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CHAPTER 19.

RESOLVE TO PROVIDE FOR REPAIRING THE DWELLING HOUSE

OF SAMUEL C. CISCO AND SARAH M. CISCO, MEMBERS OF THE
HASSANAMISCO TRIBE OF INDIANS.

Resolved, That there be allowed and paid out of the treasury of the Samuel C. Cisco Commonwealth to the selectmen of the town of Grafton, the sum of and Sarah M. two hundred dollars, to be expended by them in repairing the dwelling house of Samuel C. Cisco and Sarah M. Cisco, members of the Hassanamisco tribe of Indians. March 23, 1882.

CHAPTER 20.

RESOLVE DIRECTING THE BUREAU OF STATISTICS OF LABOR

TO INVESTIGATE THE LIABILITY OF EMPLOYERS FOR IN-
JURIES RECEIVED BY THEIR EMPLOYÉS.

Resolved, That the bureau of statistics of labor investigate the sub- Subject of ject of the liability of employers to workmen for injuries received liability of emwhile in the discharge of their duty, and consider what changes, if uries received any, are needed in the existing laws relative to such liability, and em- ployés. body the results of such investigation and consideration in the fourteenth annual report of said bureau : provided, such investigation can be conducted within the appropriation already made for clerical and contingent expenses of said bureau for the current year. March 27, 1882.

CHAPTER 21.

RESOLVE IN FAVOR OF FANNY ROSS.

Resolved, That there be allowed and paid out of the treasury of the Fanny Ross. Commonwealth to Fanny Ross, of Cambridge, widow of the late Michael Ross, who was a member of company B, forty-seventh regiment of Massachusetts volunteers and re-enlisted in the fifty-ninth regiment, and died in camp before being mustered in on said re-enlistment, an annuity of two hundred dollars, for the term of three years from the first day of January in the year eighteen hundred and eightytwo, payable in equal quarterly instalments. March 27, 1882.

CHAPTER 22.

RESOLVE IN FAVOR OF THE STATE NORMAL SCHOOL AT

WORCESTER.

State Normal
School at

Resolved, That there be allowed and paid out of the treasury of the Repairs at Commonwealth a sum not exceeding one thousand dollars for the repair of the building and improvement of the grounds of the State Worcester. Normal School at Worcester; the same to he expended under the direction of the board of education. March 27, 1882.

CHAPTER 23.

RESOLVE IN FAVOR OF AUGUSTUS N. DAVIS.

Augustus N.
Davis.

Resolved, That there be allowed and paid out of the treasury of the Commonwealth to Augustus N. Davis, the sum of three hundred dollars, to defray the necessary expenses incurred and as a compensation for permanent injuries received while in discharge of his duty as a member of company H, first regiment of infantry, Massachusetts volunteer militia, on the twenty-first day of September in the year eighteen hundred and eighty-one. March 27, 1882.

CHAPTER 24.

RESOLVE IN FAVOR OF WILLIAM B. F. WHALL.

William B. F.
Whall.

Resolved, That there be allowed and paid out of the treasury of the Commonwealth the sum of one hundred dollars to William B. F. Whall, the same being for services as clerk of the int special committee to prepare a copy of the Public Statutes for enactment. March 27, 1882.

CHAPTER 25.

RESOLVE IN FAVOR OF THE TOWN OF QUINCY.

Allowance to the town of Quincy.

Resolved, That there be allowed and paid out of the treasury of the Commonwealth to the town of Quincy, the sum of one hundred and thirty-seven dollars and twenty-five cents, being the amount due said town from the Commonwealth for temporary aid furnished state paupers resident in said town, in the year eighteen hundred and seventy-nine. March 27, 1882.

CHAPTER 26.

RESOLVE PROVIDING FOR AN ABSTRACT OF THE SOCIAL

AND INDUSTRIAL STATISTICS OF THE COMMONWEALTH AS
COLLECTED IN THE TENTH UNITED STATES CENSUS.

Social and Resolved, That for the purpose of enabling the bureau of statistics industrial statistics of the

of labor to complete an abstract of the social and industrial statistics Commonwealth of the Commonwealth collected in the tenth United State census, the

chief of said bureau is authorized to expend, for clerical assistance and contingent expenses, a sum not exceeding one thousand dollars, in addition to the amount now authorized by law for the expenses of said bureau. Said abstract shall be published as a part of or as a supplement to the thirteenth annual report of said bureau, and shall contain the social, agricultural, and manufacturing statistics of the several cities and towns of the Commonwealth. March 28, 1882.

CHAPTER 27.

RESOLVE GRANTING THE COMMITTEE ON PRINTING POWER TO

SELL THE COMMONWEALTH'S TYPE USED IN THE PUBLICA-
TION OF THE PUBLIC STATUTES.

Resolved, That the committee on printing are hereby authorized to Type used in dispose of the Commonwealth's type, used in the publication of the publication serie Public Statutes, in such manner as their best judgment may deter- utes to be sold. mine, and if deemed expedient they may employ the services of some auctioneer; and shall forthwith make a statement of their transaction to the treasurer of the Commonwealth, who shall receive from the purchaser or purchasers the same the amount of the purchase money thereof, and shall therefrom pay the expenses of such sale. March 28, 1882.

CHAPTER 28.

RESOLVE IN FAVOR OF THE TOWN OF CHARLEMONT.

lemont.

Resolved, That there be allowed and paid out of the treasury of the Town of CharCommonwealth the sum of three hundred and eighty-six dollars and fifty cents to the town of Charlemont, the same being in full settlement for support and assistance rendered Michael Dardis, John Foley, and John Farrell, state paupers, during the period from the eleventh day of August in the year eighteen hundred and seventy-five to the eighth day of February in the year eighteen hundred and seventysix. March 28, 1882.

CHAPTER 29.

RESOLVE IN FAVOR OF JOHN FORD.

Resolved, That the treasurer in the county of Middlesex be and he John Ford. is hereby authorized and required to refund and pay over to John Ford the amount of eight hundred and eighty dollars and eighty-one cents, which said amount was received and is now in the treasury of said county, having been paid by said Ford on account of a judgment and execution in favor of the Commonwealth against him as surety on a forfeited recognizance; said Ford having since said payment caused his principal to be surrendered and sentenced. March 30, 1882.

CHAPTER 30.

RESOLVE CONFIRMING THE AWARDS OF ARBITRATORS, UNDER

AGREEMENTS MADE BY THE MANAGER OF THE TROY AND
GREENFIELD RAILROAD AND HOOSAC TUNNEL WITH AUSTIN
DEWOLF, LATHROP T. SMITH, JOSEPH D. NEWTON AND
PATRICK T. O'REILLY.

Resolved, That the several awards made by Edmund H. Bennett, Awards of Joseph O. Proctor and Justin Dewey, in pursuance of the following agreements for arbitration, namely : an agreement between the manager of the Troy and Greenfield Railroad and Hoosac Tunnel and

arbitrators confirmed.

Austin De Wolf; an agreement between said manager and Lathrop T.
Smith ; an agreement between said manager and Joseph D. Newton;
and an agreement between said manager and Patrick T. O'Reilly ;
all for the adjustment of damages occasioned by the taking of land in
Greenfield for the Troy and Greenfield Railroad, are approved, ratified
and confirmed, and said manager is authorized, in accordance with the
award made under the last-named agreement, to release to said Patrick
T. O'Reilly all the rights of the Commonwealth in a strip of land situ-
ated between the dwelling house of said O'Reilly and the fence now in
front thereof, said fence being twenty-seven and two-tenths feet from
the westerly corner of the brick foundation of said dwelling house,
and thirty-four and six-tenths feet from the easterly corner of said
brick foundation, in both cases measured by extending the side lines
of said dwelling house straight to the said fence. The said parties
having elected to retain their respective rights of drainage, drains
shall be maintained by the Commonwealth and its assigns as provided
in said awards. Said awards shall be recorded in the registry of deeds
for the county of Franklin. March 30, 1882.

CHAPTER 31.

RESOLVE PROVIDING FOR THE PRINTING OF ADDITIONAL COPIES

OF THE REPORT OF THE TRUSTEES OF THE AGRICULTURAL
COLLEGE.

Report of trus Resolved, That there be printed five hundred additional copies of tees of Agricul- the report of the trustees of the agricultural college for the year

eighteen hundred and eighty-one, for the use of that institution. March 30, 1882.

CHAPTER 32.

RESOLVE PROVIDING FOR THE PUBLICATION OF A NEW EDITION

OF THE STATUTES RELATING TO PUBLIC SCHOOLS.

Statutes relating to public schools to be printed.

Resolved, That an amount not exceeding five hundred dollars be allowed and paid out of the treasury of the Commonwealth for the purpose of printing, for the use of the cities and towns, three thousand copies of the edition of the Public Statutes relating to the public schools, together with the decisions of the Supreme Judicial Court relating thereto; said amount to be expended under the direction of the board of education. March 30, 1882.

CHAPTER 33.

RESOLVE AUTHORIZING THE TRUSTEES OF THE STATE LUNATIC

HOSPITAL AT TAUNTON TO EXCHANGE LAND WITH THE OLD
COLONY RAILROAD COMPANY.

Trustees of

Resolved, That the trustees of the state lunatic hospital at Taunton lunatic hospital are hereby authorized to exchange a strip of land on the west side of exchange land the hospital farm, containing four or five acres more or less, for a ony Railroad.

tract of land of substantially the same extent belonging to the Old Colony Railroad Company. March 30, 1882.

with Old Col

CHAPTER 34.

RESOLVE IN FAVOR OF RICE AND HUTCHINS.

Resolved, That there be allowed and paid out of the treasury of Rice and the Commonwealth the sum of ten hundred and seventy-eight dollars Hutchins. and ninety-two cents, to the firm of Rice and Hutchins, the same being for certain money overpaid by them for labor of certain convicts in the state prison, and interest thereon. April 1, 1882.

CHAPTER 35.

RESOLVE IN FAVOR OF THE TOWNS OF OTIS, SANDISFIELD,

AND TOLLAND.

Tolland.

Resolved, That there be allowed and paid out of the treasury of Towns of Otis,

Sandisfield, and the Commonwealth to the following named towns, respectively, the sums herein below set against their names, in re-imbursement of payments made towards the construction of the Lee and New Haven Railroad, in consequence of the proposed loan of three hundred thousand dollars by the Commonwealth, under chapter three hundred St. 1868. ch. and thirteen of the Acts of the year eighteen hundred and sixty-eight, St. 1870, ch. and the supposed renewal thereof by chapter three hundred and eighty- 387. seven of the Acts of the year eighteen hundred and seventy:

Otis, sixteen thousand dollars ; Sandistield, twenty-four thousand dollars ; Tolland, fifteen thousand dollars. April 5, 1882.

CHAPTER 36.

RESOLVE PROVIDING FOR THE PAINTING OF THE BUILDINGS

OF THE STATE PRIMARY SCHOOL AT MONSON.

school at Monson.

Resolved, That there be allowed and paid out of the treasury of the State primary Commonwealth a sum not exceeding twenty-five hundred dollars, for painting the buildings of the state primary school at Monson; the same to be expended under the direction of the trustees of that institution. April 5, 1882.

CHAPTER 37.

RESOLVE RELATING TO THE WAR RECORDS IN THE DEPART

MENT OF THE ADJUTANT-GENERAL.

Resolved, That the adjutant-general is authorized to continue the War records in work on the war records in his department, authorized by chapter the department thirty-eight of the Resolves of the year eighteen hundred and eighty- general. one, at an expense, during the present year, not exceeding two thousand dollars. April 5, 1882.

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