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ing out children, a sum not exceeding nine thousand
dollars.
SECTION 2. This act shall take effect upon its passage.

Approved February 29, 1892.

Chap. 35 An Act MAKING APPROPRIATIONS FOR SALARIES AND EXPENSES AT

THE LYMAN SCHOOL FOR BOYS AT WESTBOROUGH.

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

priated, to be paid out of the treasury of the Common-
wealth from the ordinary revenue, for the payment of
salaries and expenses at the Lyman school for boys at
Westborough for the year ending on the thirty-first day
of December in the year eighteen hundred and ninety-

two, to wit: Lyman school

For the payment of salaries, wages and labor at the
for boys at
Westborough. Lyman school for boys at Westborough, a sum not exceed-

ing nineteen thousand and eighty-five dollars; and for other
current expenses at said institution, a sum not exceeding
twenty-seven thousand five hundred dollars.
SECTION 2. This act shall take effect

upon

its

passage. Approved February 29, 1892.

Chap. 36 AN ACT MAKING APPROPRIATIONS FOR THE MASSACHUSETTS SOLDIERS'

HOME, EXTERMINATION OF THE GYPSY MOTH, AND CERTAIN OTHER

EXPENSES AUTHORIZED THE PRESENT YEAR.

Executive stenographer.

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 Common-
wealth from the ordinary revenue, for the purposes
specified in certain acts and resolves of the present year,
to wit:

For the compensation of a stenographer for the executive
department, a sum not exceeding one thousand dollars, as
authorized by chapter sixteen of the acts of the present
year.

For the publication of a bulletin of committee hearings, hearings. a sum pot exceeding one thousand dollars, as authorized

by chapter one of the resolves of the present year. Widow of For the widow of the late Charles F. Loring, the sum Loring. of eight hundred dollars, as authorized by chapter three

of the resolves of the present year.

Bulletin of committee

Charles F.

soldiers' home.

For the trustees of the Massachusetts soldiers' home, Massachusetts the sum of thirty thousand dollars, as authorized by chapter four of the resolves of the present year.

For providing against depredations by the insect known Gypsy moth. as the ocneria dispar or gypsy moth, a sum not exceeding seventy-five thousand dollars, as authorized by chapter five of the resolves of the present year; this amount to be in addition to any balance remaining unexpended, authorized by chapter three hundred and ninety-four of the acts of the year eighteen hundred and ninety-one. SECTION 2. This act shall take effect upon its passage.

Approved March 1, 1892. AN ACT MAKING APPROPRIATIONS FOR DEFICIENCIES IN APPROPRIA

Chap. 37 TIONS FOR CERTAIN EXPENSES AUTHORIZED IN THE YEAR EIGHTEEN

HUNDRED AND NINETY-ONE. Be it enacted, etc., as follows:

SECTION 1. The suns hereinafter mentioned are appro- Appropriations. priated, to be paid out of the treasury of the Commonwealth from the ordinary revenue, for the payment of certain expenses in excess of appropriations therefor in the year eighteen hundred and ninety-one, to wit :

For the support and relief of state lunatic paupers in state lunatic the hospitals and asylums of the Commonwealth, the sum paupers. of ten thousand one hundred thirty-three dollars and fifty cents.

For expenses of the commissioners on inland fisheries Commissioners and game, made necessary by a resolution of the general ou inland fish court adopted on the first day of June in the year eighteen hundred and ninety-one, the sum of forty-five dollars.

For expenses of the railroad commissioners, the sum of Railroad com. ninety-eight dollars and sixty-three cents.

For refunding a certain tax assessed upon the Boston Tax upon the five cents savings bank, for its real estate used for banking bento savings purposes, the sum of thirty-two hundred fifty-three dollars bank. and four cents. For current expenses at the Lyman school for boys at Lyman school

for boys. Westborough, the sum of eleven hundred eighty-seven dollars and ninety-six cents.

For current expenses at the state prison at Boston, the state prison at sum of thirteen thousand twenty-seven dollars and twentytwo cents.

For payment of certain bills in connection with the Reformatory reformatory prison for women, the sum of one hundred prison for eighty-seven dollars and thirty-nine cents.

missioners.

Boston.

Becretary of the
Commonwealth.

Printing and binding public documents.

Education of deaf pupils.

Fuel, etc., for state house.

Massachusetts reformatory at Concord.

Damages for land taken at Sherborn.

For incidental and contingent expenses in the department of the secretary of the Commonwealth, the sum of six hundred and thirty-six dollars.

For printing and binding public documents, under the direction of the secretary of the Commonwealth, the sum of twenty-eight hundred and five dollars and thirty-four cents.

For the education of deaf pupils of the Commonwealth, in the schools designated by law, the sum of thirty-three hundred thirty-seven dollars and seventy-three cents.

For fuel and lights for the state house, the sum of four hundred sixty dollars and twenty cents.

For current expenses at the Massachusetts reformatory at Concord, the sum of fifty-eight hundred seventy-one dollars and eighty-two cents.

For the payment of land damages awarded by judgment of the superior court in the taking of land at the reformatory prison for women at Sherborn, by the commissioners of prisons under authority of chapter four hundred and sixty-three of the acts of the year eighteen hundred and eighty-nine, the sum of eleven thousand sixteen dollars and thirty-seven cents.

For the payment of certain bills authorized by the commissioners on the publication of the province laws, the sum of fourteen hundred forty-five dollars and ninetyone cents.

For salaries and expenses of agents of the state board of education, the sum of one hundred thirty-two dollars and twenty-six cents.

For the support of state paupers in the Massachusetts school for the feeble-minded, and hospital cottages for children at Baldwinville, the sum of fourteen hundred eighty-one dollars and sixteen cents. SECTION 2. This act shall take effect upon its passage.

Approved March 4, 1892.

Publication of province laws.

Board of edu. cation.

State paupers.

Chap. 38 AN ACT MAKING APPROPRIATIONS FOR SALARIES AND EXPENSES AT

THE STATE PRISON, MASSACHUSETTS REFORMATORY, THE REFORM-
ATORY PRISON FOR WOMEN, AND FOR EXPENSES IN CONNECTION

THEREWITA.

Appropriations.

Be it enacted, etc., as follows:

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

oners.

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 the payment of salaries and wages at the state state prison at prison at Boston, a sum not exceeding sixty-nine thousand Boston. dollars; and for other current expenses at said institution, a sum not exceeding ninety thousand dollars.

For the payment of salaries and wages at the Massa- Massachusetts chusetts reformatory at Concord, a sum not exceeding Concora seventy-four thousand two hundred dollars; and for other current expenses at said institution, a sum not exceeding one hundred ten thousand eight hundred dollars.

For the payment of salaries and wages at the reforma- Reformatory tory prison for women at Sherborn, a sum not exceeding promenfor twenty-four thousand dollars; and for other current expenses at said institution, a sum not exceeding thirtyone thousand dollars.

For expenses incurred in removing prisoners to and Removal of from state and county prisons, a sum not exceeding nine state and county hundred dollars.

prisons. For aiding prisoners discharged from the Massachusetts Alding prisreformatory, a sum not exceeding five thousand dollars.

For the salary of the agent for aiding prisoners dis- Agent for aidcharged from the state prison, one thousand dollars; and discharged from for expenses of said agent, a sum not exceeding three state prison. thousand dollars, to be used in rendering assistance to said prisoners.

For expenses of the agent for aiding discharged female Agent for aiding prisoners discharged from the prisons of the Common- female wealth, including assistance rendered to said prisoners,

a prisoners. sum not exceeding three thousand dollars.

For incidental and contingent expenses of the commis- Commissioners sioners of prisons, a sum not exceeding twelve hundred of prisone: dollars.

For travelling expenses of the commissioners of prisons, Secretary and and of the secretary and agents of said commissioners, sum not exceeding twenty-five hundred dollars.

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

For the support of Sarah J. Robinson, a prisoner in Sarah J. the jail at Lowell in the county of Middlesex, a sum not exceeding four hundred dollars.

expenses.

agents.

Robinson.

Fugitives from justice.

May appro. priate money to water public streets.

For expenses incurred in the arrest of fugitives from justice, a sum not exceeding two thousand dollars. SECTION 2. This act shall take effect upon its passage.

Approved March 4, 1892. Chap. 39 AN ACT TO AUTHORIZE THE TOWN OF PROVINCETOWN TO APPROPRI

ATE MONEY TO WATER ITS STREETS.
Be it enacted, etc., as follows:

SECTION 1. The town of Provincetown may annually
appropriate money to water all or any of the public
streets or roads within its limits.
SECTION 2. This act shall take effect upon its passage.

Approved March 4, 1892. Chap. 40 AN ACT IN RELATION TO THE ADMISSION OF FRATERNAL BENEFICIARY

ORGANIZATIONS OF OTHER STATES. Be it enacted, etc., as follows: 1888, 429, SECTION 1. Section eleven of chapter four hundred $ 11; 1890, 341, Ś 1 amended. twenty-nine of the acts of the year eighteen hundred

eighty-eight, as amended by section one of chapter three hundred forty-one of the acts of the year eighteen hundred ninety, is hereby amended by striking out, in the first and second lines, the words associations or societies”, and adding to the section at the end thereof the following : - Corporations of other states paying only disability and death benefits may, upon complying with the provisions of this act, be admitted to this Commonwealth. The transaction of the business defined in this act, by any corporation, association, partnership or individuals, unless organized or admitted as provided herein, is forbidden, so as to read as follows: Section 11.

Fraternal beneficiary corporations organized under the organizations of laws of another state, now transacting in this Commonother rtater may wealth business as herein defined, may continue such

business upon the plans heretofore governing them, as
reported to the insurance department, and by otherwise
conforming to the provisions of this act Corporations
of other states paying only disability and death benefits
may, upon complying with the provisions of this act, be
admitted to this Commonwealth. The transaction of the
business defined in this act, by any corporation, associa-
tion, partnership or individuals, unless organized or
admitted as provided herein, is forbidden.
SECTION 2. This act shall take effect upon its passage.

Approved March 4, 1892.

Fraternal

transact busi. ness.

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