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resolves.

for the count and canvass of the votes cast at each state, city and town election, a sum not exceeding tive thousand

dollars. Early acts and

For collating, indexing and publishing, in a style similar to that in which the blue books, so-called, are now published, all the acts and resolves of the general court from the adoption of the constitution to the year eighteen hundred and six, a sum not exceeding fifty-five hundred

doilars. Printing and biuding ordered

For printing and binding ordered by the senate and by the legisla house of representatives, or by concurrent order of the

two branches, a sum not exceeding twenty-four thousand

five hundred dollars. Tables and in.

For the preparation of tables and indexes relating to the to the statutis. statutes of the present and previous years, under the direc

tion of the governor, a sum not exceeding five hundred
dollars.
SECTION 2. This act shall take effect upon its passage.

Approved February 9, 1892. Chap. 5 An Act MAKING

AGRICULTURAL

ture.

dexes relating

APPROPRIATIONS

FOR

SUNDRY

EXPENSES.

Bounties to soci. eties.

Be it enacted, etc., as follows: Appropriations. SECTION 1. The sums hereinafter mentioned are appro

priated, to be paid out of the treasury of the Commonwealth from the ordinary revenue, to meet sundry agricultural expenses for the year ending on the thirtyfirst day of December in the year eighteen hundred and ninety-two, to wit:

For bounties to agricultural societies, twenty-one thou

sand five hundred dollars. State board of For travelling and other necessary expenses of the agriculture,

members of the state board of agriculture, a sum not exceeding nineteen hundred dollars.

For incidental expenses of the state board of agriculture,

a sum not exceeding five hundred dollars. Expenses of sec.

For travelling and other necessary expenses of the secretary of the state board of agriculture, a sum not

exceeding five hundred dollars. Trustees of agri.

For travelling and other necessary expenses of the trustees of the Massachusetts agricultural college, a sum not exceeding five hundred dollars.

For the dissemination of useful information in agriculture, by means of lectures at farmers' institutes, a sum not exceeding fourteen hundred dollars.

expenses of members.

Incidental ex. penees.

retary.

cultural college.

Farmers' insti. tutes.

bureau.

highways.

For assistants, experts, chemists, agents, and other state dairy necessary expenses of the state dairy bureau, a sum not exceeding four thousand dollars.

For purchasing nails or spikes to be driven into certain Trees on public trees designated by the authorities of cities and towns, for the purpose of preserving ornamental and shade trees on public highways, a sum not exceeding one hundred dollars.

For the purpose of exterminating contagious diseases Contagious among horses, cattle and other animals, a sum not exceed- uuimals. ing five thousand dollars. SECTION 2. This act shall take effect upon its passage.

Approved February 9, 1892.

diseases among

AN ACT MAKING APPROPRIATIONS FOR INCIDENTAL AND CONTIN

GENT EXPENSES OF THE LEGISLATIVE AND EXECUTIVE DEPART

Chap. 6

MENTS OF THE COMMONWEALTH.

Be it enacted, etc., as follows:

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

ery:

LEGISLATIVE DEPARTMENT. For stationery for the senate, purchased by the clerk Senate, stationof the senate, a sum not exceeding nine hundred dollars.

For stationery for the house of representatives, pur- House of repre. chased by the clerk of the house of representatives, a sum tionery. not exceeding sixteen hundred dollars.

For books, stationery, postage, printing and adver- Sergeant-attising ordered by the sergeant-at-arms, a sum not ex- ery. ceeding six hundred dollars.

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

arms,- station.

peuses.

EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT. For contingent expenses of the executive department, Executive de the sum of three thousand dollars.

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

partinent, -ex. penses.

ing, etc.

Governor and council.

Executive coun. cil.

receiver-general.

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

For postage, printing and stationery for the executive

council, a sum not exceeding five hundred dollars. Secretary of the Commonwealth.

For incidental and contingent expenses in the department of the secretary of the Commonwealth, a sum not

exceeding thirty-five hundred dollars. Treasurer and

For incidental and contingent expenses in the department of the treasurer and receiver-general, a sam not exceeding thirty-two hundred and fifty dollars.

For incidental and contingent expenses in the department of the auditor of the Commonwealth, a sum not

exceeding one thousand dollars. Attorney-gen. eral.

For books, stationery, postage, printing and other necessary expenses in the department of the attorneygeneral, a sum not exceeding twenty-two hundred dollars ; and for expenses of civil actions, a sum not exceeding eight hundred dollars.

Auditor of the
Commonwealth.

State house, repairs, etc.

Fuel and lights.

Commonwealth building.

No. 13 Beacon street, -rent.

STATE HOUSE EXPENSES, ETC.
For repairs, improvements and furniture at the state
house, a sum not exceeding ten thousand dollars.
For fuel and lights for the state house, a

sum not exceeding six thousand dollars.

For repairs, improvements, furniture and other necessary expenses at the Commonwealth building, a sum not exceeding five thousand dollars.

For rent of house numbered thirteen Beacon street, for use of certain commissions of the Commonwealth, a sum not exceeding fifty-seven hundred dollars.

For such repairs as may be necessary, for furniture and repairs to the same, services of janitor and other necessary expenses at house numbered thirteen Beacon street, a sum not exceeding thirty-eight hundred dollars.

For the compensation of the men employed to run the elevators at the state house, and for all other necessary expenses in connection therewith, the same to include all necessary repairs to said elevators, a sum not exceeding three thousard dollars. SECTION 2. This act shall take effect upon its passage.

Approved February 9, 1892.

Furniture and repairs.

Elevators at slate house.

Chap. 7

AN ACT MAKING APPROPRIATIONS FOR THE PAYMENT OF STATE

AND MILITARY AID AND FOR EXPENSES IN CONNECTION THERE-
WITH.

Be it enacted, etc., as follows:

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

For reimbursement to cities and towns for money paid State and milion account of state and military aid to Massachusetts volunteers and their families, a sum not exceeding four hundred and ninety-five thousand dollars, the same to be paid op or before the first day of December in the year eighteen hundred and ninety-two.

For postage, printing and other necessary expenses in Postage, printcarrying out the provisions of the state and military aid ing, etc. laws, a sum not exceeding five hundred dollars. SECTION 2. This act shall take effect upon its passage.

Approved February 9, 1892.

FOR

CERTAIN

BY

tide waters.

sum

AN ACT MAKING APPROPRIATIONS

ALLOWANCES Chap. 8 AUTHORIZED TIE LEGISLATURE. Be it enacted, etc., as follows:

SECTION 1. The sums hereinafter mentioned are Appropriations. appropriated, to be paid out of the treasury of the Commonwealth, to provide for certain yearly allowances authorized by the legislature, to wit:

For expenses in connection with the removal of wrecks Obstructions in and other obstructions from tide waters, a

not exceeding five thousand dollars. For maintaining an agricultural experimental station at Agricultural ex

perimental stikthe Massachusetts agricultural college, in the town of tion. Amherst, the sum of ten thousand dollars.

For the Massachusetts agricultural college, for the pur- Agricultural pose of providing eighty free scholarships, the sum of ten thousand dollars.

For the Massachusetts agricultural college, the sum of Aid to students, ten thousand dollars, to be expended under the direction of the trustees, for the following purposes, to wit: five thousand dollars for the establishment of a labor fund to

college.

etc.

School for the blind.

tendents in small towns.

expenses.

Premiums on securities.

State farm at

assist needy students of said college, and five thousand dollars to provide the theoretical and practical education required by its charter and the law of the United States

relating thereto. School for the For the Massachusetts school for the feeble-minded, feeble-ininded.

the sum of twenty-five thousand dollars.

For the Perkins institution and Massachusetts school

for the blind, the sum of thirty thousand dollars. School superin. To enable small towns to provide themselves with school

superintendents, a sum not exceeding thirty-five thousand

dollars. Inspection of For salaries and expenses in connection with the inspecfood and drugs.

tion of milk, food and drugs, a sum not exceeding eleven

thousand five hundred dollars. Extraordinary For the payment of extraordinary expenses, to be

expended under the direction of the governor and council, a sum not exceeding twenty thousand dollars.

For the payment of premiums on securities purchased for the Massachusetts school fund, a sum not exceeding fifty thousand dollars.

For the erection of a new building, and for the conBridgewater.

struction of one hundred additional cells to the workbouse
department, at the state farm at Bridgewater, a sum not
exceeding twenty thousand dollars, the same to be in
addition to the twenty thousand dollars appropriated by
chapter three hundred and forty-seven of the acts of the
year eighteen hundred and ninety-one.
SECTION 2. This act shall take effect upon its passage.

Approved February 9, 1892. Chap. 9 An ACT MAKING APPROPRIATIONS FOR THE PRISON AND HOSPITAL

LOAN SINKING FUND, THE STATE HOUSE LOAN SINKING FUND,

1901, AND THE STATE HOUSE CONSTRUCTION LOAN SINKING FUND.

Be it enacted, etc., as follows: Appropriations. SECTION 1. The sums hereinafter mentioned are ap

propriated, to be paid out of the treasury of the Commonwealth from the ordinary revenue, for the purposes herein

specified, to wit:Prison and hos For the prison and hospital loan sinking fund, as propital loan sink. ing fund. vided for in chapter two hundred and fifty-five of the acts

of the year eighteen hundred and eighty-four, the sum of

sixty thousand dollars. State house loan For the state house loan sinking fund, due in the year sinking fund.

nineteen hundred and one, as provided for in chapter two

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