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

G. S. 15.

EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT.

and

For the mileage and compensation of the lieutenant- Lieut. governor governor and council, a sum not exceeding twelve thousand G. S. 14, § 2. dollars.

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

secretary. 1866, 298.

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

1867,

For the compensation of the assistant-messenger of the Assistant-mesgovernor and council, eight hundred dollars.

penses ex

For the contingent expenses of the executive department, Contingent exto include such extra clerical assistance and other expenses tra clerks. as the governor may deem necessary, a sum not exceeding ten thousand dollars, which shall be allowed and paid.

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For any expenses which may be incurred under authority Agency for colof the governor and approved by him, in the maintenance of diers' bounties, such agency out of the Commonwealth, as he may find need- &c. ful, for the adjustment and collection of bounties and 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.

senger.
1867, 167.

SECRETARY'S DEPARTMENT.

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

Commonwealth 1866, 298.

For the salary of the first clerk in the secretary's depart- First clerk. ment, two thousand dollars.

1866, 298.

For the salary of the second clerk in the secretary's de- Second clerk. partment, one thousand seven hundred dollars.

1866, 298.

For the salary of the messenger in the secretary's depart- Messenger. ment, one thousand dollars.

1866, 298.

clerks.

For such additional clerical assistance as the secretary Additional may find necessary for the performance of the duties of the G. S. 14, § 4; department, a sum not exceeding sixteen thousand dollars. 1867, 167.

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

TREASURER'S DEPARTMENT.

For the salary of the treasurer and receiver-general, three Treasurer and thousand five hundred dollars. :

receiver-general.

1866, 298. First clerk.

1866, 298.

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For the salaries of the first assistant-clerk and of the cashier in the treasurer's department, three thousand four hundred dollars.

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

TAX COMMISSIONER'S BUREAU.

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

For the salary of the first clerk of the tax commissioner, one thousand seven hundred dollars.

For the salary of the second clerk of the tax commissioner, one thousand five hundred dollars.

For such additional clerical assistance as the tax commissioner may find necessary, a sum not exceeding nine thousand five hundred dollars.

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 two hundred 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 five thousand seven hundred dollars.

ATTORNEY-GENERAL'S DEPARTMENT.

For the salary of the attorney-general, three thousand five hundred dollars.

For the salary of the assistant attorney-general, one thousand eight hundred dollars.

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 five hundred dollars.

The fees received as compensation for the valuation of life policies, are hereby appropriated to be applied in accordance

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with the provisions of chapter two hundred and sixty-seven of the acts of the year eighteen hundred and sixty-seven, for the compensation of actuarial and clerical service employed in making such valuation.

For the salary of the constable of the Commonwealth, Constable of the three thousand dollars.

Commonwealth 1865, 282.

For the salary and office expenses of the inspector of gas- Inspector of meters, three thousand dollars.

gasmeters. 1861, 168.

AGRICULTURAL DEPARTMENT.

For the salary of the secretary of the board of agriculture, Secretary board two thousand five hundred dollars.

of agriculture. 1867, 167.

For such clerical assistance as the secretary of the board Clerks. may find necessary, a sum not exceeding two thousand dollars.

1865, 243.

BOARD OF STATE CHARITIES.

For the salary of the secretary of the board of state chari- State charities, ties, two thousand dollars.

secretary.
1863, 240.

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

1863, 240.

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

1866, 298.

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

1863, 240.

of State pau.

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For the transportation of state paupers, to be expended by Transportation the agent of the board of state charities, a sum not exceed- pers. ing twelve thousand dollars; and any additional assistance necessary to effect such transportation shall be paid out of said sum: provided, a detailed report of such expenditures Expense to be shall be rendered to the auditor of accounts on the first day ditor monthly. of every month; also, for the removal of persons becoming Removal of cera public charge, not authorized to be removed by existing laws, a sum not exceeding one thousand dollars, which shall be allowed and paid.

tain paupers.

EDUCATIONAL DEPARTMENT.

tion, secretary.

For the salary and expenses of the secretary of the board Board of educaof education, three thousand four hundred dollars, to be paid 1867, 276. from the moiety of the income of the Massachusetts school fund applicable to educational purposes.

For the salary and expenses of such agent or agents as the Salary and exboard of education may appoint, a sum not exceeding three G. S. 34.

pense agent.

Assistant-librarian and clerk. 1866, 298.

Additional

clerks.

For such additional clerical assistance in the state library G.S.5; Resolves as may be found necessary, a sum not exceeding thirteen 1861, 33; 1866, 28. hundred dollars.

Adjutant-general.

1866, 298.

First clerk.

1866, 298.

Surgeon-general.

1866, 298, 299. Clerks.

Messenger.

Additional

For such additional clerical assistance as the adjutant1866, 299; 1867, general may find necessary, a sum not exceeding sixteen

clerks.

167.

thousand five hundred dollars.

Paymaster.

Deputy quartermaster-general. 1866, 298, 299. Clerk.

Employés at
arsenal.
1866, 298, 299.

thousand dollars, to be paid from the moiety of the income of the Massachusetts school fund applicable to educational purposes.

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

$10,000 in real estate.

MILITARY DEPARTMENTS.

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

Proviso.

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

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

For such clerical assistance as the surgeon-general may find necessary, a sum not exceeding three thousand three hundred dollars.

For the compensation of a messenger in the surgeongeneral's bureau, a sum not exceeding one thousand dollars.

For the completion of the records of the paymaster's bureau, under the direction of the governor, a sum not exceeding two thousand dollars, which shall be allowed and paid.

For the salary of the deputy quartermaster-general, a sum not exceeding one thousand eight hundred dollars. And for the salary of his clerk, a sum not exceeding one thousand five hundred dollars.

Chap. 4. AN ACT TO AUTHORIZE THE PLYMOUTH FIVE CENT SAVINGS BANK, IN

THE TOWN OF PLYMOUTH, TO HOLD REAL ESTATE.

For the compensation of the employés at the state arsenal in Cambridge, a sum not exceeding three thousand dollars. SECTION 2. This act shall take effect upon its passage. Approved February 1, 1869.

Be it enacted, &c., as follows:

SECTION 1. The Plymouth Five Cent Savings Bank, located in the town of Plymouth, is hereby authorized to hold real estate to an amount not exceeding ten thousand dollars provided, that no part of said amount shall be invested in real estate, except in the purchase of a suitable site, and the erection or preparation of a suitable building, to

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be used for banking purposes; and all income, if any, arising. from such real estate, shall be devoted exclusively to the interests of said corporation.

SECTION 2. This act shall take effect upon

its passage.

Approved February 3, 1869.

AN ACT TO AUTHORIZE THE EAST BOSTON SAVINGS BANK TO HOLD
REAL ESTATE.

Chap. 5.

Be it enacted, &c., as follows:

estate.

SECTION 1. The East Boston Savings Bank is hereby $50,000 in real authorized to hold real estate to the amount of fifty thousand dollars provided, that no part of said amount shall be Provi invested in real estate, except in the purchase of a suitable site, and the erection or preparation of a suitable building, to be used for banking purposes; and all income, if any, arising from such real estate, shall be devoted exclusively to the interests of said corporation.

. SECTION 2. This act shall take effect upon its passage. Approved February 4, 1869.

AN ACT TO AMEND SECTIONS TWO AND SEVEN OF CHAPTER THREE
HUNDRED AND THIRTEEN OF THE ACTS OF EIGHTEEN HUNDRED
AND SIXTY-EIGHT, RELATIVE TO THE Lee and NEW HAVEN RAIL-
ROAD COMPANY.

Be it enacted, &c., as follows:

SECTION 1. The second section of chapter three hundred Amendment. and thirteen of the acts of the year eighteen hundred and sixty-eight, is hereby amended by striking out the words "in addition to the amount previously loaned by the Commonwealth."

AN ACT RELATING TO THE SUMMONING OF JURIES TO ASSESS THE
VALUE OF CERTAIN LANDS TO BE PURCHASED BY THE UNITED
STATES.

Chap. 6.

SECTION 2. The seventh section of the same act is Amendment. amended by striking out the word "three," and substituting in place thereof the word "four."

SECTION 3. This act shall take effect upon its passage.

Approved February 4, 1869.

Chap. 7.

Be it enacted, &c., as follows:

§ 2;

SECTION 1. The respective second sections of chapters two Amendment to hundred and ninety-two and two hundred and ninety-three is68, 293, 2. of the acts of the year eighteen hundred and sixty-eight, are hereby amended, by striking out therefrom the words "and said jury shall be summoned for that purpose by the sheriff of the county of Suffolk or his deputy," and inserting in each of said sections instead thereof, the words "and the

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