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Manual of revised school laws to be published.

Chap. 85 RESOLVE TO AUTHORIZE THE STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION TO PRE

PARE AND PUBLISH A MANUAL OF THE REVISED SCHOOL LAWS.

Railroad commissioners to investigate certain matters

relating to

Chap. 86 RESOLVE TO DIRECT THE BOARD OF RAILROAD COMMISSIONERS TO

INVESTIGATE CERTAIN MATTERS RELATING TO THE TRANSPORTA-
TION OF PASSENGERS ON RAILROADS IN AND ABOUT THE CITY OF
BOSTON.

Resolved, That the state board of education is hereby authorized to prepare and publish a manual of the revised school laws, and that there be allowed and paid out of the treasury of the Commonwealth for this purpose a sum not exceeding five hundred dollars.

Approved May 6, 1902.

Taunton insane hospital.

Resolved, That the board of railroad commissioners is hereby directed to investigate the passenger train service furnished by, and the rates of passenger fare charged of passengers. upon, railroads in and about the city of Boston, and

transportation

particularly the matter of a cheap morning and evening
train service for that locality; and that said board is
directed also to investigate the use of electricity as a
motive power upon steam railroads, and to inquire into
the results obtained by such use upon railroads within
the Commonwealth or elsewhere, and to make a report
upon the matters aforesaid on or before the fifteenth day
of January in the year nineteen hundred and three, with
such suggestions, recommendations and information in
relation thereto as the board shall deem that the public
interests require.
Approved May 6, 1902.

Chap. 87 RESOLVE TO PROVIDE FOR CERTAIN IMPROVEMENTS AT THE TAUN

TON INSANE HOSPITAL.

Resolved, That there be allowed and paid out of the treasury of the Commonwealth a sum not exceeding eighteen thousand dollars, to be expended under the direction of the trustees of the Taunton insane hospital in the construction and equipment of a new barn and silo at the Raynham farm, in enlarging the bakery, in building a cellar and house for storage purposes, in the purchase and installation of laundry machinery, and in making other minor improvements at said hospital.

Approved May 6, 1902.

RESOLVE TO PROVIDE FOR THE COMPLETION OF THE MONUMENT Chap. 88

ON DORCHESTER HEIGHTS IN THE CITY OF BOSTON.

monument on

Resolved, That there be allowed and paid out of the Completion of treasury of the Commonwealth a sum not exceeding three Dorchester thousand dollars, to be expended under the direction of Heights. the governor and council in completing the monument on Dorchester Heights in the city of Boston, commemorating the construction in that place by General Washington and his army of a redoubt which caused the British troops under the command of General Howe to evacuate Boston on the seventeenth day of March, seventeen hundred and seventy-six. Approved May 6, 1902.

RESOLVE TO PROVIDE FOR CERTAIN IMPROVEMENTS AT THE STATE Chap. 89

INDUSTRIAL SCHOOL FOR GIRLS.

school for girls.

Resolved, That there be allowed and paid out of the State industrial treasury of the Commonwealth a sum not exceeding twenty-four thousand one hundred dollars, to be expended at the state industrial school for girls under the direction of the trustees of the Lyman and industrial schools, for the following purposes, to wit: - For the purchase of land in the town of Bolton, a sum not exceeding twentynine hundred dollars; for increased water supply, a sum not exceeding two hundred dollars; and for a cottage to hold thirty inmates, a sum not exceeding twenty-one thousand dollars. Approved May 6, 1902.

RESOLVE RELATIVE TO THE DISPOSAL OF SEWAGE AT THE LYMAN
SCHOOL FOR BOYS.

for boys.

Chap. 90 Resolved, That the superintendent of the Lyman school Lyman school for boys is hereby authorized, with the approval and under the direction of the trustees of the Lyman and industrial schools, to contract with the town of Westborough for the disposal of the sewage from said school, by means of a connection with the main trunk sewer in the said town. To carry out the provisions of this resolve a sum not exceeding six thousand dollars may be expended under the direction of the said trustees.

Approved May 13, 1902.

Chap. 91 RESOLVE TO PROVIDE FOR A TEAM OF THE MILITIA TO ATTEND

THE INTERNATIONAL RIFLE MATCH AT SEA GIRT, NEW JERSEY.

Team of militia to attend an international rifle match.

Eliza B.
Phinney,
Eugene G.
and Ellen
McSweeney.

Chap. 92 RESOLVE IN FAVOR OF ELIZA B. PHINNEY, EUGENE G. MOSWEENEY

AND ELLEN MCSWEENEY.

Chap. 93

Town of
Phillipston.

Resolved, That there be allowed and paid out of the treasury of the Commonwealth a sum not exceeding two thousand dollars, to be expended by the inspector general of rifle practice, under the direction of the adjutant general, to defray the expense of a rifle team to take part in the international rifle match at Sea Girt, New Jersey.

Approved May 14, 1902.

Standard weights, measures and bal.

ances.

Resolved, That the time within which Eliza B. Phinney, Eugene G. McSweeney and Ellen McSweeney may file petitions in the superior court for any damages suffered by them for the taking of land or rights in land by the Commonwealth through the metropolitan park commission for the Revere Beach parkway is hereby extended to the first day of July in the year nineteen hundred and two. Approved May 15, 1902.

RESOLVE IN FAVOR OF THE TOWN OF PHILLIPSTON.

Resolved, That there be allowed and paid out of the income of the Massachusetts School Fund to the town of Phillipston the sum of four hundred thirty dollars and forty-six cents, this sum being the additional amount which the town of Phillipston should have received in the apportionment of January twenty-fifth, nineteen hundred and two. Approved May 21, 1902.

Chap. 94 RESOLVE RELATIVE TO THE STANDARD WEIGHTS, MEASURES AND

BALANCES OF THE COMMONWEALTH.

Resolved, That there be allowed and paid out of the treasury of the Commonwealth a sum not exceeding one thousand dollars, to be expended by the treasurer and receiver general in repairing and adding to the standard weights, measures and balances of the Commonwealth. Approved May 21, 1902.

RESOLVE TO AUTHORIZE THE PAYMENT OF A SUM OF MONEY FROM
THE TREASURY OF THE COMMONWEALTH TO THE WIDOW OF
JOHN N. BALL.

N. Ball.

Resolved, That there be allowed and paid out of the Widow of John treasury of the Commonwealth to the widow of John N. Ball, member of the house of representatives from the seventh Middlesex district for the year nineteen hundred and one, who died before the extra session held in that year, the sum of one hundred dollars, to which he would have been entitled had he lived and served through the said extra session. Approved May 21, 1902.

RESOLVE TO AUTHORIZE THE SALE OF CERTAIN LAND OF THE COM-
MONWEALTH AT SOUTH FRAMINGHAM.

Resolved, That the governor is hereby authorized, with
the advice and consent of the council, to sell at public or
private sale, upon such terms as he
may deem
the
proper,
land at South Framingham which was purchased by the
Commonwealth for use as a pumping station for the state
camp ground, and to execute and deliver a deed of the same.

Approved May 21, 1902.

Chap. 95

Chap. 96

Certain land of

the Common

wealth at

South Framingham may be

sold.

RESOLVE TO PROVIDE FOR A DORMITORY AT THE STATE NORMAL Chap. 97

SCHOOL AT FITCHBURG.

school at Fitch

Resolved, That there be allowed and paid out of the State normal treasury of the Commonwealth a sum not exceeding fifty burg. thousand dollars, to be expended under the direction of the state board of education in the construction of a dormitory and, if necessary, in the purchase of a site therefor, at the state normal school at Fitchburg. Of this sum thirty thousand dollars may be expended during the current year and the remainder during the following year.

Approved May 21, 1902.

RESOLVE TO PROVIDE FOR A DORMITORY AT THE STATE NORMAL Chap. 98

SCHOOL AT NORTH ADAMS.

school at North

Resolved, That there be allowed and paid out of the State normal treasury of the Commonwealth a sum not exceeding Adams. seventy-five thousand dollars, to be expended under the direction of the state board of education in the construction of a dormitory at the state normal school at North

State camp ground.

Chap. 99 RESOLVE TO PROVIDE FOR CERTAIN IMPROVEMENTS AT THE STATE

CAMP GROUND.

Resolved, That there be allowed and paid out of the treasury of the Commonwealth a sum not exceeding fifteen hundred dollars, to be expended by the quartermaster general under the direction of the governor in making repairs on buildings at the state camp ground.

Approved May 21, 1902.

Chap.100

Widow of
Henry G.
Greene.

Certain acts of Joseph C. Pelletier as a justice of the peace confirmed.

Adams. Of this sum forty thousand dollars may be ex-
pended during the current year and the remainder during
the following year.
Approved May 21, 1902.

Chap.101 RESOLVE TO CONFIRM CERTAIN ACTS OF JOSEPH C. PELLETIER AS

A JUSTICE OF THE PEACE.

Commission to revise laws relating to trust companies.

RESOLVE IN FAVOR OF THE WIDOW OF HENRY G. GREENE.

Resolved, That there be allowed and paid out of the treasury of the Commonwealth to Alexandrina Greene, widow of Henry G. Greene late a member of the house of representatives from the thirteenth Worcester district, the salary to which he would have been entitled had he lived until the end of the present session.

Approved June 3, 1902.

Resolved, That all acts of Joseph C. Pelletier of Boston as a justice of the peace, between the third day of January and the twenty-fifth day of March in the year nineteen. hundred and two, are hereby confirmed and made valid, to the same extent as if during that time he had been qualified to discharge the duties of said office.

Approved June 3, 1902.

Chap.102 RESOLVE TO PROVIDE FOR A COMMISSION TO REVISE THE LAWS

RELATING TO TRUST COMPANIES.

Resolved, That the chairman of the board of commissioners of savings banks, the commissioner of corporations and the attorney-general shall constitute a commission, to serve without compensation, to consider the advisability of legislation providing for the incorporation of trust companies under general provisions of law, and shall consider the expediency of amending or revising chapter one

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