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For the salary of the inspector of charities, two thousand five bun-

dred dollars.

For such clerical assistance as the inspector of charities may deem
necessary, a sum not exceeding four thousand five hundred dollars.

For incidental and contingent expenses in the department of the
inspector, the same to include expenses incurred in the inspection of
public institutions, a sum not exceeding one thousand dollars.

SUPERINTENDENT OF IN-DOOR POOR.
For the salary of the superintendent of in-door poor, two thousand Superintendent

of in-door poor.
five hundred dollars.

For the salary of the assistant to the superintendent of in-door

poor, one thousand five hundred dollars.

For the salary of the assistant in the bureau of visitation, one thou- Bureau of

visitation.

sand five hundred dollars.

For such additional clerical assistance, including services of visitors, Clerical

assistance.

as the superintendent of in-door poor, with the approval of the board

of health, lunacy and charity', may deem necessary, a sum not exceed-

ing twelve thousand five hundred dollars.

For travelling and contingent expenses of the department of the Travelling and
superintendent of in-door poor, a sum not exceeding six thousand dol- egntingent

lars.

SUPERINTENDENT OF OUT-DOOR POOR.

For the salary of the superintendent of out-door poor, two thousand Superintendent

five hundred dollars.

For the salary of the clerk of the superintendent of out-door poor, Clerk.

one thousand five hundred dollars.

For such other clerical assistance, including visitors, as the super- Additional
intendent of out-door poor, with the approval of the board of health, ances

lunacy and charity, may deem necessary, a sum not exceeding ten

thousand two hundred dollars.

For travelling, incidental and contingent expenses of the superin- Incidental and

contingent

tendent of out-door poor, a sum not exceeding twenty-eight hundred

dollars.

MISCELLANEOUS CHARITABLE.

For the support and relief of state paupers in the lunatic hospitals State paupers

and asylums of the Commonwealth, a sum not exceeding one hundred hospitals.

and eighteen thousand dollars.

For transportation of state paupers to the State almshouse, six Transportation

hundred dollars.

For transportation of state paupers, a sum not exceeding twelve Transportation.

thousand dollars.

For expenses attending the management of cases of settlement and Cases of settle-

bastardy, and in connection with complaints of, or in behalf of, per- turdy.
sons confined as lunatics, a sum not exceeding two thousand dollars.

For the re-imbursement of the Massachusetts Infant Asylumn for the Infant asylum.
support of infants having no known settlement in the Commonwealth,
a sum not exceeding fifteen thousand dollars.

For the support of state paupers by cities and towns, a sum not ex- Support of
ceeding twenty-seven thousand dollars, which amount is made applica- by towns.
ble for the payment of claims for the present and previous years.

For the burial of state paupers by cities and towns, for the present Burial.
and previous years, a sum not exceeding seven thousand dollars.

For the temporary support of state paupers by cities and towns, for Temporary sup-

the present and previous years, a sum not exceeding eighteen thou- mail to cities

sand dollars; and if at any time it shall be found necessary a sum not

exceeding one thousand dollars may be advanced on account of the

support and transportation of outside foundlings and other state pau-

pers : provided, a detailed report of such expenditures shall be ren-

dered to the auditor of accounts whenever required.

For the support and transportation of outside foundlings, a sum not Transportation

of foundlings.

exceeding eight thousand dollars.

For expenses incurred in connection with small-pox, and other dis- Dangerous

diseases.

eases dangerous to the public health, a sum not exceeding ten thou-

sand dollars.

Idiotic and feeble-minded youth. Auxiliary visitors.

Johonnot annuities.

Indian paupers.

For support of Indian state paupers, a sum not exceeding five hundred dollars.

For the Massachusetts School for Idiotic and Feeble-minded Youth, a sum not exceeding seventeen thousand five lundred dollars.

For travelling and necessary expenses of the auxiliary visitors of the board of health, lunacy and charity, a sum not exceeding twelve hundred dollars.

For annuities due from the Commonwealth, incurred by the acceptance of the bequests of the late Martha Johonnot, a sum not exceeding one thousand three hundred dollars.

For other annuities authorized by the Legislature, a sum not exceeding one thousand nine hundred and seventy-two dollars.

For pensions, a sum not exceeding six hundred and twenty dollars.

For expenses incurred in connection with medical examinations and

inquests, a sum not exceeding three thousand five hundred dollars. Temporary sur The sum of two thousand dollars is hereby appropriated for the port of paupers, temporary support of paupers, from which aid may be given by the

board of health, lunacy and charity, in extraordinary cases of suffering, where the provisions made by existing laws are in their judgment insufficient.

Annuities.

Pensions. Medical exami. nations and inquests.

GRATUITIES.

Gratuity to town of Westfield.

For a gratuity payable to the town of Westfield, authorized by the Legislature, the sum of five thousand dollars.

SECT. 2. This Act shall take efiect upon its passage. February 11, 1882.

CHAPTER 18.

AN ACT IN FURTHER ADDITION TO “AN ACT MAKING APPRO

PRIATIONS FOR THE MAINTENANCE OF THE GOVERNMENT
DURING THE PRESENT YEAR.”

SECTION 1. The sums hereinafter mentioned are appropriated for the purposes specified, to be paid from the ordinary revenue, unless otherwise ordered, out of the treasury of the Commonwealth, to meet the current expenses of the year ending on the thirty-first day of December one thousand eight hundred and eighty-two, to wit :

LEGISLATIVE AND EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENTS.

Printing and binding ordered by Legislature.

Senate stationery.

House stationery.

For printing and binding ordered by the Senate and House of Representatives, or by concurrent order of the two branches, a sum not exceeding twenty thousand dollars.

For stationery for the Senate, purchased by the clerk of the Senate, a sum not exceeding nine hundred dollars.

For stationery for the House of Representatives, purchased by the clerk of the House of Representatives, a sum not exceeding sixteen hundred dollars.

For books, stationery, printing and advertising ordered by the ser-. geant-at-arms for the Legislature, a sum not exceeding eight hundred dollars.

For incidental and contingent expenses of the sergeant-at-arms, a sum not exceeding three hundred dollars.

For postage, printing and stationery for the executive council, a sum not exceeding five hundred dollars.

Sergeant-atarms stationery.

Incidental expenses.

Council printing and stationery.

expenses of governor and

For the contingent expenses of the governor and council, a sum not contingent exceeding one thousand five hundred dollars.

For the contingent expenses of the executive department, as author- council. ized by chapter two hundred and eight of the Acts of the year eighteen expenses of hundred and seventy-nine, three thousand dollars.

For postage, printing, and stationery of the executive department, Postage and a sum not exceeding eight hundred dollars.

printing.

executive department.

STATE HOUSE EXPENSES.

furniture.

For fuel and lights for the state house, a sum not exceeding four State house

fuel and lights. thousand dollars.

For repairs, improvements and furniture of the state house, a sum Repairs and not exceeding five thousand dollars.

For rent, taxes, and other expenses connected with house number Expenses of thirty-three Pemberton Square, a sum not exceeding ten thousand bersenis. Pema.

Square dollars.

INCIDENTAL AND CONTINGENT EXPENSES.

expenses

missioner.

commissioner.

commissioners.

For incidental expenses of the secretary's department, a sum not Incidental exceeding three thousand dollars.

Secretary. For incidental expenses of the treasurer's department, a sum not Treasurer. exceeding one thousand one hundred dollars.

For incidental and contingent expenses of the tax commissioner's Tax com. department a sum not exceeding three thousand three hundred and fifty dollars.

For incidental expenses of the commissioner of corporations, a sum Commissioner not exceeding four hundred dollars.

of corporations. For incidental expenses of the auditor's department, a sun not Auditor. exceeding seven hundred dollars.

For incidental expenses of the insurance commissioner's department, Insurance a sum not exceeding three thousand dollars.

For compensation of experts, or other agents, for rent of office, and Railroad for incidental and contingent expenses of the railroad commissioners, a sum not exceeding two thousand eight hundred and seventy-five dollars. For travelling and incidental expenses of the commissioners on Travelling and

incidental savings banks, the same to include expenses incurred in auditing the accounts of county officers, a sum not exceeding two thousand dollars.

For the contingent expenses of the surgeon-general, a sum not Surgeonexceeding tive hundred dollars.

general. For the incidental expenses of the attorney-general's department, a Attorneysum not exceeding one thousand five hundred dollars; and for expenses

general. of civil actions, a sum not exceeding three hundred dollars.

For travelling expenses of the inspector and assistant inspector of Inspectors of gas-meters, a sum not exceeding six hundred dollars ; and for furnish- gas-meters. ing such additional apparatus as the inspectors of gas-meters may require, a sum not exceeding two hundred dollars.

expenses.

MILITARY DEPARTMENT.

general.

For incidental expenses of the adjutant-general's department, a sum Arlintantnot exceeding three thousand dollars.

For the compensation of officers and men of the volunteer militia for Military duty. military duty, a sum not exceeding seventy thousand dollars.

For transportation of officers and men of the volunteer militia while Transportation. on military duty, a sum not exceeding thirteen thousand dollars.

For rent of brigade and battalion headquarters and company armo- Headquarters ries, a sum not exceeding thirty-one thousand dollars.

and armories.

accounts.

ch. 15.

Quartermaster For expenses of the bureau of the quarter-master general, a sum general.

not exceeding five thousand dollars. Quartermast

For quarter-masters' supplies, a sum not exceeding six thousand ers' supplies. dollars. Grading camp For grading the camp-ground of the State at Framingham, a sum ground.

not exceeding five hundred dollars. Military

For military accounts, in connection with volunteer militia not other

wise provided for, a sum not exceeding four thousand dollars. Medical

For medical supplies for the use of the volunteer militia, a sum not supplies.

exceeding five hundred dollars. Soldiers'

For payment of bounties due to Massachusetts volunteers, a sum bounties.

not exceeding five hundred dollars. List of sailors In Resolve chapter cight of the year eighteen hundred and eighty, and marines. Resolve of 1875,

entitled, “ Resolve to amend chapter fifteen of the Resolves of the year eighteen hundred and seventy-five, authorizing the publication of a list of Massachusetts officers, sailors and marines, who served in the navy in the late civil war,” a sum not exceeding one thousand

dollars. Proceeds of Any sums of money received under the provisions of section eightysale of grass at six of chapter two hundred and sixty-five of the Acts of the year St. 1878, ch. 265, eighteen hundred and seventy-eight, and from the sale of grass at the $ 86.

state camp-ground, may be expended by the quartermaster-general under the direction of the governor and council for the purchase of other military supplies, and for the care and improvement of said

ground. Re-imburse For the re-imbursement of cities and towns for money paid on and military

account of state and military aid to Massachusetts volunteers and their families, a sum not exceeding four hundred and thirty-six thousand dollars ; the same to be payable on or before the first day of December of the present year.

ment for state

aid.

Bounties to societies.

board.

expenses.

expenses.

fertilizers.

AGRICULTURAL.
For bounties to agricultural societies, a sum not exceeding sixteen

thousand four hundred dollars. Expenses of For travelling and necessary expenses of the members of the board

of agriculture, a sum not exceeding one thousand five hundred dollars. Travelling For travelling expenses of the secretary of the board of agriculture,

and all postages and necessary expenses, a sum not exceeding five

hundred dollars. Incidental For incidental expenses of the board of agriculture, a sum not

exceeding five hundred dollars. Commercial The fees under section two of chapter two hundred and six of the St. 1874, ch. 206,

Acts of the year eighteen hundred and seventy four, entitled “An $ 2.

Act concerning commercial fertilizers," are hereby appropriated to be used in accordance with the provisions of section five of the same Act.

PRINTING, BINDING, ETC. Printing and For printing and binding the public series of documents, under the binding public direction of the secretary of the Commonwealth, a sum not exceeding

thirty-five thousand dollars. Pamphlet For printing the pamphlet edition of the Acts and Resolves of the

present year, for distribution in the Commonwealth, a sum not exceeding thirty-three hundred dollars.

For printing and binding the Blue Book edition of the Acts and Resolves of the present year, with the governor's message and other

matters in the usual form, a sum not exceeding three thousand dollars. Newspaper For the newspaper publication of the general laws and all informapublication.

tion intended for the public, a sum not exceeding five hundred dollars.

edition.

Blue Book

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