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hundred and sixteen of the Revised Laws relating to trust companies. Said commission shall give public hearings to all persons interested in the subject, if they deem it advisable so to do, and shall submit to the general court, on or before the first day of February in the year nineteen hundred and three, a report of their doings under this resolve, together with a draft of a bill or bills embodying any legislation which they may recommend.

Approved June 3, 1902.

RESOLVE TO EXTEND TUE TIME

MITTEE APPOINTED TO CONSIDER THIE ADVISABILITY OF CONSTRUCT

FOR THE REPORT OF THE COM-Cl

Clap.103

ING A DAM ACROSS THE CHARLES RIVER BETWEEN THE CITIES OF

BOSTON AND CAMBRIDGE.

Resolreil, That the time within which the committee Time extended. appointed under chapter one hundred and five of the resolves of the year nineteen hundred and one to consider the advisability of constructing a dam across the Charles river between the cities of Boston and Cambridge is required to report to the general court be extended until the second Wednesday in January in the year nineteen hundred and three.

Approved June 3, 1902.

RESOLVE TO PROVIDE FOR AN ADDITIONAL EXPENDITURE BY THE

Chap.104

COMMISSIONERS

OF

THE

MASSACHUSETTS

NAUTICAL

TRAINING

SCHOOL.

Resolved, That there be allowed and paid out of the Massachusetts treasury of the Commonwealth a sum not exceeding five ing school. thousand dollars, to be expended by the commissioners of the Massachusetts nautical training school in making repairs upon the school ship Enterprise, and in meeting certain other necessary expenses during the present year. This sum shall be in addition to the amount provided for by section five of chapter forty-five of the Revised Laws.

Approved June 3, 1902.

RESOLVE IN FAVOR OF HARRY J. DOUGAN.

Chap.105 Resolved, That there be allowed and paid out of the Harry J. treasury of the Commonwealth to Harry J. Dougan the sum of four hundred dollars, on account of the loss of a thumb caused by the explosion of the magazine of a rifle

at the rifle range in the town of Lexington on the twentysixth day of April in the year nineteen hundred and one, the said rifle being the property of the Commonwealth.

Approved June 5, 1902.

Chap.106 RESOLVE TO AUTHORIZE THE PAYMENT OF A sum of MONEY FROM

TIIE TREASURY

OF THE COMMONWEALTH TO THE

FATHER OF

WILLIAM L. MOONEY.

Father of
William L.
Mooney.

Resolved, That there be allowed and paid out of the treasury of the Commonwealth to the father of William L. Mooney, member of the house of representatives from the nineteenth Suffolk 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 said member would have been entitled had he lived and served through the said extra session.

Approved June 5, 1902.

Chap.107 RESOLVE TO PROVIDE THAT THE STATE BOARD OF HEALTH SHALL

INVESTIGATE THE PRODUCTION OF VACCINE LYMPH IN THIS COM-
MONWEALTH, AND ALSO REPORT A PLAN FOR ITS PRODUCTION

AND FREE DISTRIBUTION. Production of Resolved, That the state board of health is authorized vaccine lymph to be investi. and requested to report to the general court as soon as gated, etc.

possible a plan for the production and distribution of pure vaccine lymph for free use in this Commonwealth ; and also to report as to the quality of the vaccine lymph in use in this Commonwealth during the past winter and at the prtsent time, and as to the quality of the vaccine lymph produced or sold by private persons or corporations in this Commonwealth, and the methods and conditions by and under which it is produced.

Approved June 10, 1902.

Walter H.
Gilman.

Chap.10s RESOLVE IN FAVOR OF WALTER II. GILMAN OF LOWELL.

Resolved, That there be allowed and paid out of the treasury of the Commonwealth to Walter H. Gilman of Lowell, who is permanently disabled by reason of an injury received by him while in the discharge of his duty as a militiaman, on the twenty-ninth day of November in the year eighteen hundred and seventy-five, the sum of five hundred dollars.

Approved June 11, 1902.

RESOLVE IN FAVOR OF THE WIDOW OF JOHN HOPKINS.

Chap.109 Resolved, That there be allowed and paid out of the Widow of

John Hopkins. treasury of the Commonwealth to the widow of John Hopkins late an associate justice of the superior court of this Commonwealth, who died on the nineteenth day of May in the year nineteen hundred and two, the sum of four thousand and one dollars and thirty-six cents, being the amount of salary which he would have received had he held the said office until the end of the year nineteen hundred and two.

Approved June 11, 1902.

RESOLVE TO PROVIDE FOR THE BETTER PROTECTION OF BUTTER BY

Chap.110 THE DAIRY BUREAU OF THE STATE BOARD OF AGRICULTURE.

Resolved, That there be allowed and paid out of the Protection of treasury of the Commonwealth a sum not exceeding three butter. thousand dollars, to be expended by the dairy bureau of the state board of agriculture in protecting the purity of butter sold in this Commonwealth, this sum to be in addition to any amount heretofore authorized for the same purpose.

Approved June 11, 1902.

1861.

RESOLVE TO PROVIDE FOR MEDALS FOR THE MASSACHUSETTS MINUTE

Chap.111 MEN OF 1861. Resolved, That there be allowed and paid out of the Medals for the treasury of the Commonwealth a sum not exceeding minuto men of three thousand dollars, to be expended under the direction of the adjutant general in the preparation of medals to be distributed by him to the members of the Massachusetts volunteer militia of the third, fourth, fifth, sixth and eighth regiments, third battalion, and first battery of light artillery, and to those general and staff officers selected by the governor, who responded to President Lincoln's first call for troops on the fifteenth day of April in the year eighteen hundred and sixty-one, and who were mustered in and served honorably. In case of the death of any of the persons above described the medal may be presented to his widow, child or such other representative as the adjutant general may select. Authority is hereby granted to use on the said medals the state seal used by Governor John A. Andrew. Chapter sixty-two of the resolves of the year nineteen hundred and two is hereby repealed.

Approved June 11, 1902.

Chap.112 RESOLVE RELATIVE TO AN INVESTIGATION OF THE IMPROVEMENT

OF SPOT POND BROOK BY THE METROPOLITAN WATER AND SEWER

AGE BOARD,

Condition of Spot Pond brook to be investigated, etc.

Resolved, That the metropolitan water and sewerage board is hereby authorized and directed to investigate the condition of Spot Pond brook in Stoneham, Melrose and Malden, and to report a plan for such improvements to the brook as will provide for the easy and natural flow to tide water of the water from Doleful pond and surrounding country turned into it by said board. The board shall take into consideration the whole question of the improvement of the brook, shall ascertain what troubles are to be remedied, and by what methods the needed improvements may be effected, and shall give public notice and a hearing to all persons interested. If the board finds that such plan and improvements are feasible and desirable, it shall recommend a plan for apportioning the expense of the improvements between the Commonwealth and towns and cities benefited, and the extent, if any, to which betterments should be imposed upon abutting owners. Said report shall be made to the general court before the fifteenth day of January in the year nineteen hundred and three.

Approved June 11, 1902.

Widow of
Albro G. Bean.

Chap.113 RESOLVE IN FAVOR OF THE WIDOW OF ALBRO G. BEAN.

Resolved, That there be allowed and paid out of the treasury of the Commonwealth to Esther E. Bean, widow of Albro G. Bean late a messenger of the senate, who died on the first day of June in the year nineteen hundred and two, the sum of three hundred and fifty dollars, being the amount of money that he would have been entitled to receive had he performed service as messenger till the end of the present session.

Approved June 11, 1902.

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Chap.114 RESOLVE TO AUTHORIZE

TIIE TRUSTEES OF

TIIE MASSACHUSETTS

AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE TO BORROWA SUM OF MONEY.

Trustees of the
Massachusetts
Agricultural
College may
borrow a cer-

Resolred, That the trustees of the Massachusetts Agricultural College are hereby authorized to borrow the sum of thirty-five hundred dollars for a period not exceeding

seven months, for the purpose of meeting the deficiency taineym of caused by the reinvesting for this year of the fund received from the United States in the year eighteen hundred and sixty-two, and known as the fund for the promotion of education in agriculture and the mechanic arts.

Approved June 19, 1902.

RESOLVE TO PROVIDE FOR THE APPOINTMENT OF A COMMISSION To Chap.115

INVESTIGATE THE METHOD OF SUPPORTING PUBLIC SCHOOLS.

Resolved, That the governor appoint a commission, Commission to consisting of five persons, from different branches of the method of sup

porting public public service, to investigate the method of supporting schools,

appointment, public schools. The commission shall take into con- etc. sideration the aid now given to the towns by means of the school fund and in other ways, and the measure now pending to provide for levying a mill tax for school purposes; shall determine the most equitable method of distributing the amount paid by the state for educational purposes, and whether the amount should be increased; and shall report the results of their investigation to the next general court, with such recommendations for new legislation or otherwise, as they may deem best. The commission shall serve without compensation, but, for all expenses actually incurred in the performance of their official duties, they shall be allowed such a sum, to be paid out of the treasury of the Commonwealth, as the governor, with the advice and consent of the council, shall approve.

Approved June 19, 1902.

RESOLVE TO PROVIDE FOR THE DISTRIBUTION OF

COPIES OF THE GUIDE BOOK OF THE STATE HOUSE.

ADDITIONAL Chap.116

copies of guide

Resolved, That there be distributed the following copies Additional of the guide book to the state house : — To the governor, book of state ten copies; to the lieutenant governor, the members of distributed. the executive council, the secretary, treasurer, auditor, and attorney-general of the Commonwealth, ten copies each ; to the members and officers of the general court for the year nineteen hundred and two, ten copies each ; to the reporters, five copies each; to the doorkeepers, messengers, pages and assistant clerks, two copies each; and the remainder shall be placed in the hands of the sergeant-at-arms to be distributed by him at his discretion.

Approred June 23, 1902.

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