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For assessors' books and registration blanks, a sum not exceeding Assessors' one thousand five hundred dollars.

For preparation for publication and for the publication of the pro- Provincial vincial statutes, a sum not exceeding five thousand dollars.

For term reports, a sum not exceeding sixteen hundred dollars.

statutes.

MISCELLANEOUS.

For expenses incurred in the construction and repair of roads in the Roads in town of Mashpee during the year one thousand eight hundred and Mashpee. eighty-one, three hundred dollars.

To the sheriffs of the different counties, for distributing proclama- Sheriffs. tions, blanks, and making return of votes, a sum not exceeding five hundred dollars.

For weights, measures, balances, and reports for sundry newly Weights and incorporated towns, a sum not exceeding one thousand two hundred measures. dollars.

For postage, printing, and other necessary expenses in carrying out State and milithe provisions of the state and military aid laws, a sum not exceeding five hundred dollars.

For editing the registration report under the direction of the secre- Registration tary of the Commonwealth, a sum not exceeding five hundred dollars. report.

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

tary aid.

CHAPTER 19.

AN ACT TO AUTHORIZE THE OLD COLONY RAILROAD COMPANY

TO TAKE LAND IN BRAINTREE AND IN BOSTON. SECTION 1. The Old Colony Railroad Company may take so much May take land land in the town of Braintree southerly of the South Shore Branch in Braintree and easterly of its main line as its directors may deem necessary to make and maintain a convenient connection of tracks between said main line and said South Shore Branch; and may also take such land adjoining its railroad in South Boston as its directors may deem necessary (but not exceeding twenty-five feet in width at any point in addition to its present road bed), for raising its railroad over the proposed extension of D Street in South Boston; and may also temporarily take, for a period not exceeding ten months, for the purpose of changing its tracks during the time the work of raising its railroad is going on, so much land as may be necessary to construct and maintain a railroad with two tracks westerly of its present road bed for the whole or any part of the distance between Dorchester Street and Dorchester Avenue in said South Boston, and may construct, maintain and operate a railroad thereon for the said period of ten months. Locations, in the form provided by law, of the land taken hereunder shall be filed within one year, and of the land the temporary use of which is taken for tracks shall be filed within three months from the passage of this Act.

SECT. 2. In the exercise of the powers granted by this Act said Powers and Old Colony Railroad Company and any person or corporation who duties. shall sustain any damage in their property shall have all the rights, privileges and remedies, and be subject to all the duties, liabilities and restrictions provided by the general laws of the Commonwealth in the like case.

Sect. 3. This Act shall take effect upon its passage. February 14, 1882.

CHAPTER 20.

May increase capital stock.

AN ACT TO AUTHORIZE THE NATIONAL TUBE WORKS COM

PANY TO INCREASE ITS CAPITAL STOCK. SECTION 1. The National Tube Works Company, a corporation established in Boston under the general laws of this Commonwealth, is hereby authorized to increase its capital stock to an amount not exceeding two million dollars.

Sect. 2. This Act shall take effect upon its passage. February 14, 1882.

CHAPTER 21.

AN ACT MAKING APPROPRIATIONS FOR EXPENSES OF THE

VARIOUS CHARITABLE AND REFORMATORY INSTITUTIONS,
AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES.

Appropriations.

Salaries. State almshouse.

State primary school.

State prison.

Prison for women.

SECTION 1. The sums hereinafter mentioned are appropriated, to be paid out of the treasury of the Commonwealth, from the ordinary revenue, for the purpose of meeting the current expenses of the institutions hereinafter named, and for other purposes, during the year eighteen hundred and eighty-two, to wit:

For the payment of salaries at the state almshouse at Tewksbury, a sum not exceeding twenty thousand dollars; and for other current expenses at said institution, a sum not exceeding seventy-three thousand dollars.

For the payment of salaries at the state primary school at Monson, a sum not exceeding seventeen thousand dollars ; and for other current expenses of said institution, a sum not exceeding thirty-five thousand dollars.

For the payment of salaries at the state prison at Concord, a sum not exceeding fifty-two thousand dollars; and for other current expenses of said institution, a sum not exceeding eighty-two thousand three hundred dollars.

For the payment of salaries at the reformatory prison for women, a sum not exceeding twenty-three thousand dollars ; and for other current expenses of said institution a sum not exceeding forty-seven thousand two hundred dollars.

For the payment of salaries at the state reform school for boys, a sum not exceeding fifteen thousand dollars; and for other current expenses of said institution, a sum not exceeding fifteen thousand dollars.

For the payment of salaries at the state industrial school for girls, a sum not exceeding five thousand six hundred dollars ; and for other current expenses of said institution, a sum not exceeding nine thousand dollars.

For the payment of salaries of the state workhouse at Bridgewater, à sum not exceeding eleven thousand lollars ; and for other current expenses of said institution, a sum not exceeding twenty-nine thousand dollars.

For the contingent expenses of the commissioners of prisons, a sum not exceeding eight hundred dollars, the same to include printing blanks, and binding.

For the travelling expenses of the commissioners of prisons, and the secretary thereof a sum not exceeding eight hundred dollars.

Reform school.

Industrial school

State workhouse.

Expenses. Commissioners of prisons.

convicts.

For the payment of the cost of supporting prisoners removed from Support of the reformatory prison for women, a sum not exceeding five hundred

prisoners. dollars.

For expenses incurred in removing prisoners from the reformatory Removing prison for women, a sum not exceeding two hundred dollars.

prisoners. For the salary of the agent for aiding discharged female prisoners, Discharged feseven hundred dollars; and for expenses of said agent, a sum not

male prisoners. exceeding two thousand three hundred dollars.

For the salary of the agent for aiding discharged convicts, one Discharged thousand dollars; and for the expenses of said agent, a sum not exceeding three thousand dollars.

For expenses incurred in the arrest of fugitives from justice, a sum Arrest of not exceeding two thousand dollars.

fugitives. For the salary of the chief of the district police force, a sum not District police. exceeding one thousand seven hundred dollars ; for the compensation of the district police force, a sum not exceeding eighteen thousand dollars; for travelling expenses actually paid by members of said force, a sum not exceeding nine thousand dollars; and for incidental and contingent expenses, a sum not exceeding two thousand dollars.

For travelling and other necessary expenses of the trustees of the Expenses of state primary, reform and industrial schools, a sum not exceeding one thousand two hundred dollars.

SECT. 2. This Act shall take effect upon its passage. February 18, 1882.

trustees.

CHAPTER 22.

AN ACT MAKING ADDITIONAL APPROPRIATIONS FOR CERTAIN

EXPENSES AUTHORIZED IN THE YEAR EIGHTEEN HUNDRED
AND EIGHTY-ONE.

nations and

SECTION 1. The sums hereinafter mentioned are appropriated, to Appropriations. be paid out of the treasury of the Commonwealth, from the ordinary revenue, for the purposes specified herein, to wit:

For printing and binding the pamphlet edition of the general laws Printing enacted at the extra session, one hundred and nine dollars and eight edition of laws. cents.

For travelling and other expenses of the trustees of the state pri- Trustees. mary, reform and industrial schools, seventy-nine dollars and eightyfour cents.

For travelling and other expenses of the inspector of gas-meters, Inspector of one hundred and thirty-two dollars and sixty-eight cents.

gas-meters. For expenses incurred in medical examinations and inquests, seven Medical examihundred and nine dollars and forty cents.

inquests. For the preparation for publication, and for the publication of the Provincial provincial laws, seven hundred and eighty-three dollars and forty-six cents. For current expenses at the state reform school for boys, two thou- State reform

school. sand three hundred and ninety-seven dollars and eighty-two cents.

For payment of salaries at the state prison at Concord, one hundred State prison. and ninety-six dollars and forty-six cents; and for other expenses at said institution, six thousand eight hundred and sixty-six dollars and forty-two cents.

For the payment of current expenses at the state almshouse at State almsTewksbury, nine thousand nine hundred and ninety-four dollars and thirty-seven cents.

SECT. 2. This Act shall take effect upon its passage. February 18, 1882.

laws.

house.

CHAPTER 23.

AN ACT TO INCORPORATE THE WHEELWRIGHT SCIENTIFIC

SCHOOL.

purpose.

duties.

Corporators. Section 1. Robert Codman, Eben F. Stone, Charles G. Wood,

William B. Atkinson, and the mayor of the city of Newburyport for

the time being, their associates and successors, are hereby made a corName and poration by the name of the Wheelwright Scientific School, for the pur

pose of establishing a scientific school in said Newburyport, or assist

ing young men of that city, as provided in the will of William WheelPowers and wright, deceased, to obtain a scientific education ; with all the powers

and privileges and subject to all the duties, restrictions and liabilities set forth in all general laws which now are or may hereafter be in force

and applicable to such corporations. May hold and

SECT. 2. The said corporation shall have authority to receive, hold manage fund.

and manage the fund bequeathed for the purposes for which the said corporation is created by the will of William Wheelwright, late of Newburyport, deceased, and any other donations or bequests which may be made for its benefit, and may hold for the purposes aforesaid real and personal estate to an amount not exceeding three hundred

thousand dollars. Officers of the SECT. 3. The officers of said corporation shall consist of the trusconsist of trus- tees under said will, one of whom shall be president; also a treasurer tees under the

and a secretary, who may or may not be members of said board of trustees. Whenever a trustee shall die or resign or become incompetent to discharge the duties of his trust, a successor shall be elected by ballot by the remaining trustees; but no person so elected shall have any authority to act as trustee until approved as such by the judge

of probate for the county of Esses. To be estab SECT. 4. The said institution shall be established in said Newburylished in Newburyport.

port, and shall be conducted and managed in accordance with the provisions of the will of said William Wheelwright. It shall as often as once in three years, and oftener when thereto requested, render to the probate court for the county of Essex and also to the city of Newburyport an account of all receipts and disbursements of the said trust fund.

Sect. 5. This Act shall take effect upon its passage. February 18, 1882.

will.

CHAPTER 24.

AN ACT TO AUTHORIZE THE DISCONTINUANCE OF A DRAW

IN THE BRIDGE OVER BLUE RIVER, IN THE TOWN OF DUX-
BURY.

May discon. tinue draw in bridge.

SECTION 1. The town of Duxbury is hereby authorized to discontinue the draw in the Bridge over Blue River in said town.

Sect. 2. This Act shall take effect upon its passage. February, 18, 1882.

CHAPTER 25.

AN ACT TO INCORPORATE THE PINE GROVE CEMETERY AS

SOCIATION, IN THE TOWN OF SHEFFIELD.

SECTION 1. Albert W. Curtiss, Leonard Tuttle, Abner Roys, S. Corporators. Hopkins Bushnell, Luella D. Smith, Herbert C. Joyner, their associates and successors, are hereby made a corporation by the name of Name and the Pine Grove Cemetery Association, for the purpose of establishing purpose. and maintaining a place for the burial of the dead, to be located in the town of Sheffield in the county of Berkshire, and shall have all the powers and privileges and be subject to all the duties, liabilities and Powers and restrictions of the statutes applicable to similar corporations.

SECT. 2. Said corporation may hold real and personal estate for Real and perthe purpose aforesaid, not exceeding in amount the sum of five thou- sorial estato. sand dollars.

Sect. 3. This Act shall take effect upon its passage. February 18, 1882.

duties.

CHAPTER 26.

AN ACT TO AUTHORIZE THE TOWN OF WINCHESTER TO ISSUE

ADDITIONAL WATER BONDS.

SECTION 1. The town of Winchester is hereby granted the right, May issuo addifrom time to time, to issue notes or bonds to an amount not exceed- bonds. ing one hundred thousand dollars, in addition to that authorized by chapter two hundred and sixty-five of the Acts of the year eighteen St. 1872, ch. 265. hundred and seventy-two, and subject to the conditions therein contained, for the purpose of supplying said town with pure water. The same shall be denominated on their face “ Winch er Water Fund Bonds,” and be payable at periods not more than thirty years from their respective dates.

Sect. 2. This Act shall take effect upon its passage. February 18, 1882.

CHAPTER 27.

AN ACT TO INCORPORATE THE GUARANTEE ASSURANCE COM

PANY OF BOSTON.

SECTION 1. William II. Goodwin, Frank Goodwin, Henry P. Cof- Corporators. fin, Nathaniel J. Bradlee, A. Davis Weld, Junior, William H. Hill, Ezra Farnsworth, J. Gardner White, William I. Parker and Samuel Batchelder, junior, their associates and successors, are made a corporation by the name of the Guarantee Assurance Company of Boston, Namne. for the purposes hereinafter set forth ; to have its place of business in the city of Boston, and to be subject to the provisions of all general laws which now are or hereafter may be in force in relation to like corporations.

SECT. 2. The capital stock of said company shall be two hundred Capital stock. thousand dollars, and may be increased to one million of dollars by a vote of the stockholders, and shall be invested in the same kind of securities in which savings banks are required to invest.

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