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Water Loan.

proceeds of loan.

Chap.135 AN ACT TO AUTHORIZE THE CITY OF CAMBRIDGE TO MAKE AN

ADDITIONAL WATER LOAN.
Be it enacted, etc., as follows:

SECTION 1. The city of Cambridge by its city council is hereby authorized to issue, in addition to what it is already authorized by law to issue, scrip or bonds to be denominated on the face thereof, Cambridge Water Loan, to an amount not exceeding five hundred thousand dollars, bearing interest not exceeding four per centum per annum, payable semi-annually, the principal to be payable at

periods not exceeding thirty years from the date of issue. Application of The proceeds of said loan shall be used in settling unpaid

damages for property taken, and for completing the Stony brook water supply authorized by chapter two hundred fifty-six of the acts of the year eighteen hundred eightyfour; and for constructing, completing and keeping in repair roads adjoining and bounding lands bought and taken in connection with its Fresh pond reservoir, as authorized in chapter one bundred thirty-seven of the acts of the year eighteen hundred eighty-eight, and for building a bridge over the Watertown branch of the Fitchburg railroad to connect such roads with Huron street extended; and for any and all other purposes connected with the protection of the water supply and the renewal, enlargement and construction of the water works of said city of

Cambridge.
Sinking fund. SECTION 2. All the provisions of chapter two hundred

fifty-six of the acts of the year eighteen hundred eighty-
four and the acts referred to therein, in regard to the
establishment and maintenance of a sinking fund for the
redemption of the Cambridge water loan, shall apply to
the loan authorized by this act.
SECTION 3. This act shall take effect upon its passage.

Approved April 6, 1892.

Chap.136 AN ACT TO INCORPORATE THE WASHINGTON SAVINGS INSTITUTION

OF LOWELL,

Wasbington Savings Institu. tion incor. porated.

Be it enacted, etc., as follows:

SECTION 1. William J. Coughlin, John J. Donovan, Stephen J. Johnson, Lemuel W. Hall, John W. McEvoy, James J. Coffey, Thomas C. Lee, Charles Wheeler, Patrick Gilbride, George M. Harrigan, Humphrey O'Sullivan, Peter F. Conaton, John E. Drury, Robert E. Crowley,

Dennis Murphy, John J. Hogan, Patrick O'Hearn, Patrick J. Savage, John T. Seede, George T. Sheldon, their associates and successors, are hereby made a corporation by the name of the Washington Savings Institution, to be located in the city of Lowell; with all the powers and Powers, duties, privileges and subject to all the duties, liabilities and restrictions set forth in the general laws which now are or may hereafter be in force relating to savings banks and institutions for savings. SECTION 2, This act shall take effect upon its passage.

Approved April 6, 1892.

AN ACT TO AUTHORIZE THE SCHOOL FOR CHRISTIAN WORKERS TO

Chap.137 ADMIT WOMEN AS STUDENTS. Be it enacted, etc., as follows:

The School for Christian Workers is authorized to women may be admit women as students. Approved April 6, 1892.

admitted as students.

AN ACT RELATING TO THE FRAUDULENT CONVERSION OF MONEY

Chap.138 OR SECURITIES DEPOSITED FOR A SPECIFIC PURPOSE. Be it enacted, etc., as follows:

Whoever, as broker or as officer, manager or agent of Penalty for any incorporated company doing the business of brokers, version of having been entrusted, either solely or jointly with deposited for a

Npecific pur. another, with any money, stocks or security for the pay-poses ment of money, with any direction in writing to invest, dispose of, apply, pay or deliver such money, stocks or security, or any part thereof respectively, or the proceeds of the same or any part thereof, in any manner, for any purpose or to any person mentioned or specified in such direction, shall, in violation of good faith and contrary to the terms of such direction, embezzle or fraudulently convert to his own use such money, stocks or security, or any part thereof, or the proceeds of the same, or any part thereof, shall be punished by imprisonment in the state prison not exceeding five years or in the jail not exceeding three years, or by a fine not exceeding five hundred dollars.

Approved April 6, 1892.

MEMBERS

OF

THE

AN ACT PROVIDING COMPENSATION FOR THE

STATE DAIRY BUREAU.

Chap.139

Be it enacted, etc., as follows:

SECTION 1. From and after the first day of January Compensation of in the year eighteen hundred and ninety-two the members bureau.

of the state dairy bureau shall be allowed from the treas-
ury of the Commonwealth five dollars a day for each day
of actual service in the discharge of their duties as mem-
bers of said bureau, in addition to their actual travelling
expenses. The amount so allowed shall be paid from
the sum now limited by section eight of chapter four hun-
dred and twelve of the acts of the year eighteen hundred
and ninety-one for carrying forward the work of said
bureau.
SECTION 2. This act shall take effect upon its passage.

Approved April 6, 1892

tained in the newspapers.

Chap.140 AN ACT TO AUTHORIZE THE PREPARATION FOR THE STATE LIBRARY

OF AN INDEX OF CURRENT EVENTS. Be it enacted, etc., as follows: Index to current SECTION 1. The trustees and librarian of the state events, etc., con

library are hereby authorized to cause to be prepared, at their discretion, an index to current events, and such other matters as they may deem important, contained in

the newspapers of the day. Expense not 10 SECTION 2. There shall be allowed and paid from the exceed $1,000.

treasury of the Commonwealth, to defray the expense necessary to carry out the provisions of the preceding section, a sum not exceeding one thousand dollars annually.

Approved April 6, 1892.

Chap.141 AN ACT TO AUTHORIZE EDUCATIONAL AND RELIGIOUS ASSOCIATIONS

TO DEFINE GROUNDS AND WAYS UNDER THEIR CONTROL AND TO

ENFORCE REGULATIONS CONCERNING THE SAME.

Be it enacted, etc., as follows: May define and SECTION 1. Any educational or religious association, grouous and pron incorporated under chapter one hundred and fifteen of ways under its the Public Statutes, may define and fix bounds upon control, etc.

private grounds and private ways under its control leading to public streets, railroads or railways,' ponds or streams, for the purposes of its annual sessions, within which bounds no person shall be permitted to enter or

pass unless in conformity with the regulations made by Regulations to its board of management: provided, that before its said be posted.

sessions, and during the continuance thereof, it shall have conspicuously posted at all entrances of said defined premises the said regulations.

SECTION 2. The officers of said association may desig- Regulations date any officers authorized to serve criminal processes by officers within any town or city of the county where it is located, authorized to to act'at its sessions for the preservation of public peace, process. the enforcement of its regulations and service of criminal processes within said defined premises.

SECTION 3. Whoever, contrary to the aforesaid regula- Penalty. tions, after notice thereof, enters or passes within the bounds so fixed, shall be punished by a fine not exceeding five dollars.

SECTION 4. The foregoing provisions shall not author- Not to obstruct ize any such association to occupy or include within such tic way. bounds the land of any person without his consent, nor to obstruct travel on any public highway.

Approved April 6, 1892.

AN ACT TO INCORPORATE THE WILLIAMSTOWN SAVINGS BANK.

Chap.142 Be it enacted, etc., as follows:

SECTION 1. James White, Keyes Danforth, Clarence Williamstown M. Smith, Stephen A. Hickox and Charles S. Cole, their Savings Bank associates and successors, are hereby made a corporation by the name of the Williamstown Savings Bank, with authority to establish and maintain a savings bank in the town of Williamstown; with all the powers and privileges and subject to all the duties, liabilities and restrictions set forth in all general laws which now are or may hereafter be in force relating to savings banks and institutions for savings. SECTION 2. This act shall take effect upon its passage. .

Approved April 6, 1892.

AN ACT TO ESTABLISH THE SALARY OF THE FIRST CLERK OF THE

Chap.143 SECRETARY OF THE STATE BOARD OF AGRICULTURE.

Be it enacted, etc., as follows:

SECTION 1. The salary of the first clerk of the secre- Salary estabtary of the state board of agriculture shall be sixteen lohed. hundred dollars a year, to be so allowed from the first day of January in the year eighteen hundred and ninetytwo. SECTION 2. This act shall take effect upon its passage.

Approved April 6, 1892.

Chap.144 AN ACT TO PROVIDE CLERICAL ASSISTANCE FOR THE TREASURER

OF THE COUNTY OF BRISTOL.

Allowance for clerical assistance.

Be it enacted, etc., as follows:

SECTION 1. From and after the first day of January in the year eighteen hundred and ninety-two, the treasurer of the county of Bristol shall be allowed for clerical assistance a sum not exceeding three hundred dollars a year, to be paid out of the treasury of the county to persons who actually perform the work, upon the certificate of said treasurer that the work is actually performed by them. SECTION 2. This act shall take effect upon its passage.

Approved April 6, 1892.
Chap.145 AN ACT TO AUTHORIZE

WAY COMPANY TO INCREASE ITS CAPITAL STOCK, EXTEND ITS
LOCATION, ISSUE

THE NEWTON AND BOSTON STREET RAIL

BONDS

AND

MORTGAGE

ITS

PROPERTY

AND

FRANCHISE.

May increase capital stock,

May extend its tracks, etc.

Be it enacted, etc., as follows:

SECTION 1. The Newton and Boston Street Railway Company is hereby authorized to increase its capital stock to an amount which, together with the amount heretofore authorized, shall not exceed one hundred thousand dollars, for the purpose of extending its tracks upon such locations as may be granted by the mayor and aldermen of the city of Newton, and for the purchase of equipment.

Section 2. The said company may extend, maintain and operate its tracks in any street or location granted to said company by the mayor and aldermen of the city of Newton, and on land acquired by the said company by purchase or by lease, or on land over which a right of way has been or may be acquired by said company. But said company shall not cross the tracks of any steam railroad at grade without first obtaining the written consent of the railroad commissioners.

SECTION 3. The said company, from time to time, by a vote of a majority in interest of its stockholders at meetings called for the purpose, may issue coupon or registered bonds, bearing interest not exceeding six per centum per annum, to an amount not exceeding the amount of its capital stock actually subscribed for and paid in, for a term not exceeding thirty years from date thereof; and to secure payment thereof, with interest thereon, the said company may make a mortgage of its road and franchise and

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May issue bonds, etc.

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