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CHAPTER 272.

AN ACT CONCERNING THE SALE OR USE OF TOY PISTOLS AND
OTHER DANGEROUS ARTICLES.

SECTION 1. The city council of any city, and the selectmen of any City and towns town, may adopt such rules and regulations as they may deem reason- sale or use of able in relation to the sale or use, within the limits thereof, of toy toy pistols. pistols, toy cannon, and all other articles in which explosive compounds of any kind are used, or of which such compounds form a part, and may affix penalties for violation of such rules and regulations not exceeding fifty dollars for any one offence; but no such rule or regulation shall take effect until it has been approved by the Superior Court, or in vacation by a justice thereof, and with such approval entered and recorded, as provided in section twenty-one of chapter Pub, Sts. ch. 27, twenty-seven of the Public Statutes.

§ 21.

SECT. 2. This Act shall take effect upon its passage. May 26,

1882.

CHAPTER 273.

AN ACT IN FURTHER ADDITION TO AN ACT MAKING APPRO-
PRIATIONS FOR EXPENSES AUTHORIZED THE PRESENT YEAR,
AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES."

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SECTION 1. The sums hereinafter mentioned are appropriated to be Appropriations. paid out of the treasury of the Commonwealth from the ordinary revenue, unless otherwise ordered, for the purposes specified in certain Acts and Resolves of the present year, and for other purposes, to wit:

For Jennie S. Capron, three hundred dollars as authorized by chap- Jennie S. ter thirty-eight of the Resolves of the present year. Capron. For Samuel Hillman, one hundred and twenty-five dollars, as author- Samuel Hillized by chapter thirty-nine of the Resolves of the present year.

man.

For James Burke, one hundred dollars, as authorized by chapter James Burke. forty of the Resolves of the present year.

employment

For the disabled soldiers' employment bureau, two thousand dol- Soldiers' lars, as authorized by chapter forty-two of the Resolves of the present bureau. year.

For the trustees of the state lunatic hospital at Danvers, twenty-five Lunatic hospithousand dollars, as authorized by chapter forty-three of the Resolves tal at Danvers. of the present year.

For additional clerical assistance at the state prison at Concord, State prison. twelve hundred dollars, as authorized by chapter forty-four of the

Resolves of the present year.

For the trustees of the state lunatic hospital at Taunton, twelve Lunatic hospithousand five hundred dollars, as authorized by chapter forty-five of tal at Taunton. the Resolves of the present year.

For the trustees of the state lunatic hospital at Worcester, ten Lunatic thousand dollars, as authorized by chapter forty-six of the Resolves of spital at the present year.

Worcester.

For Thomas F. Maney, three hundred dollars, as authorized by Thomas F. chapter forty-eight of the Resolves of the present year.

Maney.

For the trustees of the Massachusetts agricultural college, nine Agricultural thousand dollars, as authorized by chapter forty-nine of the Resolves college. of the present year.

Commissioner

For the compensation of a commissioner to the national forestry to forestry con- convention, fifty dollars, as authorized by a joint resolution adopted April eighteenth of the present year by the Senate and House of Representatives.

For the Massachusetts school for idiotic and feeble-minded youth, four thousand five hundred dollars, as authorized by chapter fifty-one of the Resolves of the present year.

For the compensation and expenses of an additional agent of the board of education, twenty-seven hundred dollars, as authorized by chapter fifty-three of the Resolves of the present year.

For painting and necessary repairs upon the buildings of the state normal school at Framingham, eleven hundred and seventy dollars, as authorized by chapter fifty-four of the Resolves of the present year.

School for

idiotic and feeble-minded youth.

Board of education.

Normal school at Framingham.

Paper for the Commonwealth.

State prison.

Repairs at State
House.

Contagious diseases of horses and cattle.

Assistant clerks of Senate and House.

Assistant register of probate for Suffolk.

Reports of con

For the publication of reports of contested election cases, as autested elections. thorized by chapter sixty-one of the Resolves of the present year, a sum not exceeding twelve hundred dollars.

Commissioners of savings banks.

District attorney for eastern district.

State library.

State prison salaries.

Salaries of justices of the Superior Court.

For the purchase of paper for the Commonwealth, as authorized by chapter fifty-six of the Resolves of the present year, a sum not exceeding ten thousand dollars, and there may be used from the appropriation made the present year for printing public documents such further sum as may be necessary for the same purpose.

For expenses at the state prison at Concord, a sum not exceeding seventeen thousand dollars, as authorized by chapter sixty of the Resolves of the present year.

For painting the State House and making repairs in and about the same, a sum not exceeding seventeen thousand dollars, as authorized by chapter fifty-nine of the Resolves of the present year.

For the purpose of exterminating contagious diseases among horses and cattle, a sum not exceeding two thousand dollars, as authorized by chapter fifty-eight of the Resolves of the present year.

For the salaries of the assistant clerks of the Senate and House of Representatives, six hundred dollars, as authorized by chapter two hundred and fifty-seven of the Acts of the present year, in addition to the amount heretofore appropriated.

For the salary of the assistant register of probate and insolveney for the county of Suffolk, five hundred dollars, as authorized by chapter one hundred and forty-four of the Acts of the present year, the same to be in addition to the amount heretofore appropriated.

For the salaries of the clerks of the board of commissioners of savings banks, two hundred and ninety dollars, as authorized by chapter one hundred and forty-eight of the Acts of the present year, the same to be in addition to the amount heretofore appropriated.

For the salary of the district-attorney for the eastern district, four hundred and twenty-eight dollars and thirty-three cents, as authorized by chapter one hundred and fifty-six of the Acts of the present year, the same to be in addition to the amount heretofore appropriated.

For the purchase of books for the state library, one thousand dollars, as authorized by chapter one hundred and ninety-six of the Acts of the present year, the same to be in addition to the amount heretofore appropriated.

For the payment of salaries at the state prison at Concord, sixteen hundred dollars, made necessary by the provisions of chapter two hundred and three of the Acts of the present year, the same to be in addition to the amount heretofore appropriated.

For the salary of the chief justice of the Superior Court three hundred and twenty-two dollars and fifty-nine cents, and for the salaries of the ten associate justices of the Superior Court, three thousand two hundred and twenty-five dollars and ninety cents, as authorized by chapter two hundred and five of the Acts of the present year, the same to be in addition to the amount heretofore appropriated.

For the care and maintenance of indigent and neglected children, Indigent and neglected chila sum not exceeding five thousand dollars, as authorized by chapter negle one hundred and eighty-one of the Acts of the present year.

For the establishment of an agricultural experiment station, three Agricultural thousand dollars, and for the maintenance of said station, three thou- experiment sand seven hundred and fifty dollars, as authorized by chapter two hundred and twelve of the Acts of the present year.

station.

at reformatory

For the purpose of providing a place for the burial of prisoners Burial-ground dying at the reformatory prison for women, a sum not exceeding one prison for hundred and fifty dollars for the purchase of land, and not exceeding women. five hundred dollars for fencing said land and preparing it for use, as authorized by chapter two hundred and thirteen of the Acts of the present year.

For the salaries of the officers in attendance upon the Supreme Officers attending S. J. C. in Judicial Court in the county of Suffolk, sixteen hundred dollars, as Suffolk. authorized by chapter two hundred and thirty-two of the Acts of the present year.

indexes

For expenses incurred in connection with the preparation of tables Tables and and indexes relating to the statutes of the present year and subse- to the statutes. quent years, a sum not exceeding three hundred dollars, as authorized by chapter two hundred and thirty-eight of the Acts of the present

year.

returns.

For expenses in connection with furnishing blank forms of returns, Blank forms of as authorized by chapter two hundred and twenty-six of the Acts of the present year, a sum not exceeding two hundred dollars.

For the salary of the first assistant district-attorney for the Suffolk Assistant disdistrict, sixty-one dollars and eighty-three cents, as authorized by for Suffolk. chapter two hundred and forty-five of the Acts of the present year, in addition to the amount heretofore appropriated.

For the salary of the second assistant district-attorney for the Suf- Second assistfolk district, two hundred and ninety-one dollars and sixty-seven ant districtcents, as authorized by chapter two hundred and forty-five of the Acts Suffolk. of the present year, in addition to the amount heretofore appropriated.

attorney for

For expenses incurred in connection with the ventilation of the state State prison. prison buildings at Concord, and the disposal of sewage matter, as authorized by chapter sixty-five of the Resolves of the year eighteen hundred and eighty-one, nine hundred and forty-three dollars and fifty-six cents.

For the current expenses of the state reform school at Westborough, Reform school. a sum not exceeding seven thousand dollars, in addition to the amount heretofore appropriated.

For the compensation of the doorkeepers, messengers, and pages to Doorkeepers, the Senate and House of Representatives, a sum not exceeding ten thousand dollars, in addition to the amount heretofore appropriated.

etc., of Senate and House.

For the payment of expenses incurred in the year eighteen hundred Reform school. and eighty-one at the state reform school, one thousand and twentyseven dollars and sixty-one cents.

Public Statutes.

For expenses incurred in connection with printing and binding the Printing and new Public Statutes, twelve hundred and seventy-two dollars and five binding the cents, as authorized by chapter seventy-three of the Resolves of the year eighteen hundred and eighty-one.

committees.

For the authorized expenses of committees of the present Legisla- Expenses of ture, the same to include clerical services, a sum not exceeding four thousand dollars, in addition to the amount heretofore appropriated.

For the contingent expenses of the surgeon-general, a sum not ex- Surgeonceeding one hundred dollars, the same to be in addition to the amount general. heretofore appropriated.

For expenses incurred in connection with a contract for supplying Water supply the state prison at Concord with water for fire purposes, as authorized for state prison.

District police force.

Taking of real

For the payment of any expenses incurred in the purchase or taking estate for use of of any real estate to provide additional accommodations for the various

various

departments.

Representatives.

May construct a boom on Connecticut River.

by chapter forty-eight of the Resolves of the year eighteen hundred and seventy-nine, one thousand nine hundred and forty-seven dollars and ninety-five cents.

Adulteration of

For the payment of expenses incurred in carrying out the provisions food and drugs. of the Act relating to the adulteration of food and drugs, three thousand

dollars, as authorized by chapter two hundred and sixty-three of the Acts of the present year.

Proviso.

For incidental and contingent expenses of the district police force, a sum not exceeding five hundred dollars, in addition to the amount heretofore appropriated.

Repealed.

$1, 1883, ch. 183, Provisions of

Pub. Sts. to apply only to river below the Chicopee and Connecticut Rivers.

confluence of

departments of the Commonwealth, as authorized by chapter two hundred and sixty-two of the Acts of the present year, a sum not exceeding one hundred and twenty thousand dollars; and for fitting up the same for use, a sum not exceeding ten thousand dollars.

For the compensation of representatives, one hundred dollars in addition to the amount heretofore appropriated.

SECT. 2. This Act shall take effect upon its passage. May 26,

1882.

CHAPTER 274.

AN ACT CONCERNING TRANSPORTATION OF LOGS AND TIMBER
UPON THE CONNECTICUT RIVER.

SECTION 1. The Connecticut River lumber company is authorized to construct a boom upon the Connecticut River, between the confluence of the Chicopee and Connecticut Rivers and the ferry next above said confluence, which said boom shall be provided with openings and appliances for the passage of boats and steamers that may desire to pass through the same; provided, said company shall not allow logs to collect or jam up on the falls between Holyoke Dam and the Connecticut River railroad bridge at Willimansett in the town of Chicopee.

SECT. 2. Section five of chapter ninety-four of the Public Statutes is so amended that it shall apply only to that portion of the Connecticut River below the confluence of the Chicopee and Connecticut Rivers. The county commissioners of the counties of Franklin and Hampshire upon the petition of any parties in their respective counties maintaining ferries in said Connecticut River or of the owner or owners of any steamboat or pleasure boat regularly plying in said river in said counties respectively after such notice to the parties interested Determination as said county commissioners shall deem proper shall determine the amount of damages that shall be paid by said company to said parties, or owner or owners, by reason of the floating or driving of masts, spars, or logs upon said river owned or controlled by said company and not formed into rafts and attended as provided in said section five, which amount shall include the entire damage that shall be paid by said company for the year ensuing from the date named in such petition and shall be in lieu of all damages that shall be caused to such owner or owners or such parties from said cause, except wilful or

of damages.

Party aggrieved malicious damages caused by said company. Either party aggrieved may have a jury.

by the decision of said commissioners, fixing the amount of such damages, may have a jury to determine the amount thereof in the manner provided by the Public Statutes in the laying out and discontinuance of ways. In case neither party petitions to have such damages fixed,

any person floating or driving masts, spars, or logs upon said river not formed into rafts and attended as provided in said section five shall pay all damages done by such floating or driving, and all persons who cause or permit such masts, spars, or logs to be floated or driven shall be jointly and severally liable for all such damages to be recovered in an action of tort. This Act shall not affect any existing rights nor confer any vested rights, but shall be subject to amendment or revocation.

SECT. 3. This Act shall take effect upon its passage. Muy 27,

1882.

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