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FIFTY-NINTH CONGRESS. Sess. I. Cns. 1622-1624. 1906. 113 of street parking in said District," be, and it is hereby, amended by V°"’“'°°"°°**°”- striking out of paragraph five of section two of said Act the words "Class B," and substituting therefor the words “Classes (a) and (b).” Approved, April 14, 1906. CHAP. 1623.-An Act To amend the provision in an Act approved March third, Apri114.1906. eighteen hundred and ninety-nine, imposing a charge for tuition on nonresident 4302-] _ pupils in the public schools of the District of Columbia. [Pubns, N0_ gg_] Be it enacted by the Senate and House ofRqn·esentat¢}ues of the United States of America in Uongress assembled, That the rovision in the Act Distriorof Columbia. entitle “An Act making appropriations to provid; for the expenses $`$i{h°$fh°§}°'1056_ of the government of the District of Columbia -for the fiscal year end- “°°”‘*°"· ing June thirtieth, nineteen hundred, and for other pur oses," a - proved March third, eighteen hundred and ninety-nine, which readg: "That hereafter pupili shall not be admitted to or taught free of charge in the public schools of the District of Columbia who do not resi e in said District, or whose parents do not reside or are not engaged in business or public duties therein," and so forth, be, and the same hereby is, amended so as to read as follows: _ "That hereafter pupils shall not be admitted to or taught free of gee admission de charge in the public schools of the District of Columbia who do not umdiiiriiiiisiligldm reside in said Ilistrict, or who during such tutelage do not own property in and pay taxes levied by the government of the District of Columbia, or w ose parents do not reside or are not engaged in business ‘ or public duties therein, or during such tutelage pay taxes levied by the government of the District of Columbia: I cfvided, That suc . pupils may be admitted to and taught in said public schools on the uO¤,y§i1§°° M m` payment of such amount, to be fixed by the board of trustees, with the approval of the Commissioners of said District, as will cover the expense of their tuition and cost of text—bo0ks and school supplies used by them; and all payments hereunder shall be paid into the Dmpmlorpmoooor, Treasury,·one—half to the credit of the United States and one·half to the credit of the District of Columbia." Approved, April 14, 1906. CHAP. 1624.-An Act To amend section nine hundred and twenty-seven of the April 14, mus. Code of Law for the District of Columbia, relating to insane criminals. *4*} _ Public, N o. 99. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Represe¢ztati*ves oft/ae United [ 1 States of America in CDIXQTESS assembled, That section nine hundred Q.f§•f,';°::1;f1$,'l*;g¤x},*f~ and twenty-seven of an ct entitled "An Act to establish a Code of Vo1.81,p.1340. Law for the District of Columbia,” approved March third, nineteen hundred and one, as amended by the Acts aréproved January thirty- Ve!-81 PP-2- M- first and June thirtieth, nineteen hundred an two, be, and the same is hereby, amended to read as follows: “Sec. 927. Isslmn onmmans.--—When any person tried upon an mgegitgmgf (gig; indictment or information for an oiiense is acquitted on the sole ground owns. _ that he was insane at the time of its commission, that fact shall be set ;,,§f,§‘,,,{{",f.§’d,§’,§ "" forth by the jury in their verdict; and whenever a person is indicted mY;{aeg}· P- mk or is charged by an information for an otfense, and before trial or after a verdict of guilty, prima facie evidence is submitted to the court that the accused isthen insane, the court may cause a jury to be impaneled from the jurors then in attendance on the court or, if the regular jurors have been discharged, may cause a sufficient number of jurors to be drawn to inquire into the insanity of the accused, and said inquiry · shall be conducted in the presence and under the direction of the court. vo:. xxxrv, rr 1--8