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4. AN ACT MAKING APPROPRIATIONS FOR THE MAINTENANCE OF THE

GOVERNMENT DURING THE PRESENT YEAR.

Appropriations authorized.

Be it enacted, 8c., as follows :

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

LEGISLATIVE DEPARTMENT.

Senators, mileage.

Compensation.

Representatives, mileage.

Compensation.

Clerks, Senate and House.

Chaplains.

For the mileage of senators, a sum not exceeding four hundred dollars, which shall be allowed and paid.

For the compensation of senators, a sum not exceeding twelve thousand three hundred dollars, which shall be allowed and paid.

For the mileage of representatives, a sum not exceeding two thousand three hundred dollars, which shall be allowed and paid.

For the compensation of representatives, a sum not exceeding seventy-two thousand three hundred dollars, which shall be allowed and paid.

For the salaries of tlie clerks of the senate and house of representatives, including the compensation of such assistants as they may appoint, four thousand dollars.

For the salaries of the chaplains of the senate and house of representatives, a sum not exceeding four hundred dollars, which shall be allowed and paid.

For the compensation of the preacher of the election ser

mon, one hundred dollars, which shall be allowed and paid. Sergeant-at- For the salary of the sergeant-at-arms, two thousand

dollars.

For the compensation of the door-keepers, messengers and pages of the senate and house of representatives, a sum not exceeding nine thousand five hundred dollars, which shall be allowed and paid.

For the compensation of such watchmen and firemen as G. S. 14, $659, 60. may be employed in the state house, a sum not exceeding

three thousand eight hundred dollars.

For fees of witnesses summoned before committees, a sum not exceeding eight hundred dollars.

Preacher of elec. tion sermon.

arme.
G. S. 14, $ 50.
Door-keepers,
messengers and
pages.

Watchmen and firemen.

Witnesses' fees. G. S. 15, Acts '60, 41.

Lieut. governor
and council.
G. S. 14, $ 2.

EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT. For the mileage and compensation of the lieutenantgovernor and council, a sum not exceeding ten thousand dollars.

retary.
Acts 1866, 293.

For the compensation of the private secretary of the gov- Governor's secernor, two thousand dollars.

For the compensation of the messenger of the governor Messenger. and council, one thousand two hundred dollars.

For the compensation of the assistant-messenger of the Assistant-mesgovernor and council, three hundred sixty-five dollars.

1866, 298.

senger.
G.S. 14, $ 63.

Commonwealth,

Acts 1866, 298.

SECRETARY'S DEPARTMENT. For the salary of the secretary of the Commonwealth, two Secretary of thousand five hundred dollars.

Acts 1866, 298. For the salary of the first clerk in the secretary's depart- First clerk.

Acts 1866, 298. ment, two thousand dollars.

For the salary of the second clerk in the secretary's Second clerk, department, one thousand seven hundred dollars. For the salary of the messenger in the secretary's depart- Messenger,

Acts 1866, 298. ment, one thousand dollars.

For such additional clerical assistance as the secretary Assistant-clerks. may find necessary for the performance of the duties of the department, a sum not exceeding fourteen thousand dollars.

For such clerical assistance as the secretary may find Extra-assistant necessary for the preparation of the census statistics of the Res. 1865, 58. year eighteen hundred and sixty-five, a sum not exceeding two thousand five hundred dollars.

G. S. 14, s 4.

TREASURER'S DEPARTMENT. For the salary of the treasurer and receiver-general, three Treasurer and

receiver-general. thousand five hundred dollars.

Acts 1866, 298. For the salary of the first clerk in the treasurer's depart- First clerk.

Acts 1866, 293. ment, two thousand dollars.

For the salary of the first and second assistant-clerks in First and second the treasurer's department, three thousand four hundred Acts 1866, 298. dollars.

For such additional clerical assistance as the treasurer Auditional assismay find necessary, a sum not exceeding two thousand five G. S. 15, $ 12. hundred dollars.

assistant-clerks.

TAX COMMISSIONER.

missioner.

For the salary of the deputy tax commissioner, two Deputy tax com thousand dollars.

Acts 1866, 298. For the salary of the first clerk of the tax commissioner, First clerk,

Acts 1866, 298. one thousand five hundred dollars. For such additional clerical assistance as the commissioner Assistant-clerks

Acts 1865, 283. may find necessary, a sum not exceeding nine thousand dollars.

Auditor of
accounts.
Acts 1866, 298.

First clerk.
Acts 1866, 298.

AUDITOR'S DEPARTMENT. For the salary of the auditor of accounts, two thousand five hundred dollars.

For the salary of the first clerk in the auditor's department, two thousand dollars.

For the salary of the second clerk in the auditor's department, one thousand seven hundred dollars.

For such additional clerical assistance as the auditor may find necessary, a sum not exceeding four thousand four hundred dollars.

Second clerk.
Acts 1866, 298.

Assistant-clerks,
G. S. 15, $ 2.

Attorney-gen-
eral.
Acts 1866, 298.
Clerk.
G. S. 14, 16.

ATTORNEY-GENERAL'S DEPARTMENT. For the salary of the attorney-general, three thousand five hundred dollars.

For the salary of the clerk of the attorney-general, one thousand dollars.

Commissioner
savings banks.
Acts 1866, 192.
Insurance com-
missioner.
Acts 1866, 255.
Clerk.
Acts 1866, 255.

Assistant-clerks for 1866 and to April 1, 1867.

COMMISSIONERS, ET AL. For the salary of the commissioner of savings banks, three thousand dollars.

For the salary of the insurance commissioner, two thousand dollars.

For the salary of the clerk of the insurance commissioner, one thousand dollars.

For such additional clerical assistance as the insurance commissioner may find necessary, a sum not exceeding one thousand dollars to the first of April of the present year; and for the year cigliteen hundred and sixty-six, a sum not exceeding five hundred and thirteen dollars and sixteen cents, which shall be allowed and paid.

For the salary of the constable of the Commonwealth, two thousand five hundred dollars.

Constable of
Commonwealth.
Acts 1865, 282.

AGRICULTURAL DEPARTMENT.

Secretary board
agriculture.
G.S. 16, $ 4.
Clerks.
Acts 1865, 243.

For the salary of the secretary of the board of agriculture, two tliousand dollars.

For the salaries of the clerks to the secretary of the board of agriculture, two thousand dollars.

BOARD OF STATE CHARITIES.

Secretary board charities.

Clerks.
Acts 1863, 240.

For the salary of the secretary of the board of state charActs 1863, 240. ities, two thousand dollars.

For such clerical assistance as the secretary of the board of state charities may find necessary, a sum not exceeding four thousand five hundred dollars.

charities.
Acts 1866, 298.

For the salary of the agent of the board of state charities, Agent board three thousand dollars.

For such clerical and other assistance as the agent of the Clerks and board of state charities may find necessary, a sum not Acts 1868, 24). exceeding eighteen thousand dollars.

EDUCATIONAL DEPARTMENT.

For the salary and expenses of the secretary of the board Secretary board of education, two thousand nine hundred dollars, to be paid Acts 1865, 246. from the income of the Massachusetts school fund.

For the salary of the assistant-librarian and clerk of the Clerk and assisboard of education, two thousand dollars.

Acts 1866, 298. For such additional clerical assistance in the state library Clerical assistas may be found necessary, a sum not exceeding one tlou- G. S. 5, $ 5; Res. sand one hundred dollars.

1861, 33; 1866,

tant librarian,

28.

MILITARY DEPARTMENTS.

eral.
Acts 1866, 298.

Acts 1866, 299.

Acts 1866, 298, 299.

299.

For the salary of the adjutant-general, two thousand five Adjutart-geuhundred dollars.

For the salary of the first clerk of the adjutant-general, First clerk, two thousand dollars.

For such additional clerical assistance as the adjutant- Assistant-clerks. general may find necessary, a sum not exceeding fourteen Acts 1866, 298, thousand eight hundred dollars.

For the salary of the surgeon-general, a sum not exceed- Surgeon-general. ing two thousand five hundred dollars.

For such clerical assistance as the surgeon-general may Clerks and mesfind necessary, a sum not exceeding four thousand three acts is66, 293, hundred dollars; and for the compensation of a messenger, a sum not exceeding eight hundred dollars.

For the salary of the paymaster, a sum not exceeding one Paymaster. thousand eight hundred dollars.

1866, 298, 299. For such clerical assistance as the paymaster may find Clerk. necessary, one thousand one hundred dollars.

1866, 298, 299. For contingent expenses of the executive department, to Executive deinclude such extra clerical service and other expenses as the cal service and governor may deem necessary, a sum not exceeding five expenses. thousand dollars, which shall be allowed and paid.

For contingent fund of the governor and council, for mil- Governor and tary purposes, a sum not exceeding eight thousand dollars, contingent. ch shall be allowed and paid.

any expenses which may be incurred under authority Agency out of

overnor and approved by him, in the maintenance soldiers of such a ency out of the Commonwealth as he may find and bounties, needful, for the adjustment and collection of bounties and governor.

Acts 1863, 254;

Acts 1863, 254;

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council, military

State for Mass.

claims

Transportation of paupers from hospitals and almshouses.

claims due Massachusetts soldiers, and for necessary and . proper disbursements in their behalf, a sum not exceeding eight thousand dollars, which shall be allowed and paid.

For the transportation of state paupers, to be expended by the agent of the board of state charities, a sum not exceeding nine thousand dollars : provided, the same shall

be expended only in the transportation of state paupers from Report of expense the several hospitals and almshouses; and a detailed report

of such expenditures shall be rendered to the auditor of the

Commonwealth on the first day of every month ; also, for Removal of cer- the removal of persons becoming a public charge, not

authorized to be removed by existing laws, a sum not
exceeding one thousand dollars.
SECTION 2. This act shall take effect upon its passage.

Approved January 30, 1867.

to auditor.

tain other per-.

SORS.

000 in estate.

Limitation of Act

AN ACT CONCERNING THE MARINE SOCIETY AT NEWBURYPORT. Chap. 5.

Be enacted, &c., as follows: May hold $100,- SECTION 1. The Marine Society at Newburyport is hereby

authorized to hold real and personal estate to an amount not exceeding one hundred thousand dollars.

SECTION 2. So much of the act incorporating said society, of 1777 repealed.

being chapter eight of the acts of the year seventeen hundred and seventy-seven, as authorized said society to hold real and personal estate, the rents and interest of which shall not exceed eight hundred pounds per annum, is hereby repealed.

Approved February 1, 1867.

ROAD COMPANY.

Timo to, under
Act of 1864, ex-

1869,

Chap.

6. AN ACT IN RELATION TO THE SALEM AND SOUTH DANVERS RAILBe it enacted, &c., as follows :

SECTION 1. The time allowed to the Salem and South tended to May 1, Danvers Railroad Company for extending its railway into

the towns of Marblehead, Swampscott, Danvers and Lynn,
and for the further laying of its tracks in Salem and South
Danvers, under the provisions of chapter two hundred and
eighty-four of the acts of the year eighteen hundred and
sixty-four, and for exercising all other powers granted by
said act, the exercise whereof is limited by said act, is hereby
extended to the first day of May, in the year eighteen hun-
dred and sixty-nine.
SECTION 2. This act shall take effect upon its passage.

Approved February 1, 1867.

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