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RESOLVE IN FAVOR OF THE MASSACHUSETTS CHARITABLE EYE AND

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7 EAR INFIRMARY. Resolved, That there be allowed and paid out of the Massachusetts treasury of the Commonwealth to the Massachusetts and Ear Infirm. Charitable Eye and Ear Infirmary, the sum of twentyfive thousand dollars, to be expended under the direction of the managers thereof for the charitable purposes of the said infirmary during the year nineteen hundred and two.

Approved February 18, 1902.

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RESOLVE RELATIVE TO THE ACCEPTANCE BY THE COMMONWEALTH

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8 OF A MEMORIAL OF ROGER WOLCOTT. Resolved, That the governor and council, in the exercise Memorial of of their discretion, may accept for the Commonwealth Roger Wolcott. the tender of a memorial of Roger Wolcott, late governor of the Commonwealth, and may grant to the committee and their successors in charge of such memorial a suitable site for its erection, within the state house or upon the grounds adjoining the state house.

Approved February 20, 1902.

ACTS OF JOHN J.

COLLINS AS A

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RESOLVE TO CONFIRM CERTAIN

9 JUSTICE OF THE PEACE. Resolved, That the acts of John J. Collins of Boston Certain acts of as a justice of the peace, between the tenth day of Janu- as a justice of ary and the first day of November in the year nineteen firmed. hundred and one, 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 February 20, 1902.

JUSTICE OF THE PEACE.

RESOLVE TO CONFIRM CERTAIN ACTS OF J. ROBERT FENELON AS A

Chap. 10 Resolved, That the acts of J. Robert Fenelon as a jus- Çertain acts of tice of the peace, between the seventeenth day of May in elon as a justice the year nineteen hundred and one and the thirteenth day confirmed of January 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 February 20, 1902.

Wife of
Alexander
McDonald.

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RESOLVE IN FAVOR OF THE WIFE OF ALEXANDER MCDONALD.

Resolveil, That there be allowed and paid out of the treasury of the Commonwealth to the wife of Alexander McDonald of Lynn, the sum of forty-seven dollars and one cent, the amount of a warrant issued under date of August fourth, eighteen hundred and ninety-eight, in favor of said McDonald, who is supposed to be dead, said warrant not having been paid and the appropriation for the payment of the original warrant having reverted to the treasury of the Commonwealth.

Approved February 25, 1902.

Chap. 12 RESOLVE TO PROVIDE FOR CERTAIN IMPROVEMENTS AT THE STATE

NORMAL SCHOOL AT FRAMINGHAM.

State normal school at Framingham.

Resolved, That there be allowed and paid out of the treasury of the Commonwealth a sum not exceeding sixty-five hundred dollars, to be expended under the direction of the state board of education in furnishing the annex of the state normal school building at Framingham, in the equipment of its laboratories, and in grading the grounds near the new building.

Approved February 25, 1902.

Ellen Ford,

Chap. 13

RESOLVE IN FAVOR OF ELLEN FORD. Resolved, That there be allowed and paid out of the treasury of the Commonwealth an annuity of five hundred dollars for the term of five years, to Ellen Ford of Cambridge, whose husband was killed while at work on the marble panels in Memorial Hall, in the state house, in the month of December, nineteen hundred and one; the annuity to begin on the first day of January, nineteen hundred and two, and to be paid in equal quarterly instalments. Should the said Ellen Ford re-marry or die the annuity aforesaid shall be paid for the remainder of the term to her children. Approved February 25, 1902.

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RESOLVE IN FAVOR OF LEDYARD BILL, EXECUTOR. Ledyard Bill, Resolved, That there be allowed and paid out of the

treasury of the Commonwealth to Ledyard Bill of the town of Paxton, as executor of the will of D. Russell

executor.

Boynton of said Paxton, the sum of one hundred dollars, that amount having been paid into the treasury by mistake on account of the collateral inheritance tax.

Approved February 27, 1902.

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Resolved, That the sum of five thousand dollars be al- Dedicating lowed and paid out of the treasury of the Commonwealth, Dorchester to be expended under the direction of the governor and council in paying the cost of dedicating, on Evacuation Day, the seventeenth day of March, in the year nineteen hundred and two, the monument on Dorchester Heights in the city of Boston which has been erected in memory of the evacuation of Boston by the British troops.

Approved March 5, 1902.

RESOLVE TO CONFIRM CERTAIN ACTS OF WALTER H. SOUTHWICK Chap. 16

AS A MASTER IN CHANCERY. Resolved, That all acts of Walter H. Southwick as a Certain acts of master in chancery, between the twentieth day of Sep-southwick as a tember in the year eighteen hundred and ninety-nine and Charter the fifteenth day of December in the year nineteen hundred and one, are hereby confirmed and made valid, to the same extent as though he had been during that time qualified to discharge the duties of said office.

Approved March 12, 1902.

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RESOLVE IN FAVOR OF JOHN P. RYAN. Resolved, That there be allowed and paid out of the John P. Ryan. treasury of the Commonwealth to John P. Ryan of Lawrence the sum of seven hundred and twenty-nine dollars, in full compensation for injuries received by him while in the performance of his duties as armorer at the state armory in Lawrence.

Approved March 12, 1902.

RESOLVE TO PROVIDE FOR REIMBURSING THE TOWN OF NEW ASH

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Resolved, That there be allowed and paid out of the Town of New treasury of the Commonwealth to the town of New Ash- Hursed for ford the sum of five hundred dollars, to reimburse the certain expen

town for certain extraordinary expenditures needed upon a highway in the said town leading to the Greylock state reservation and used mainly by persons travelling to and from the said reservation; and also for extraordinary expenditures upon the highway leading from Pittsfield through the said town to the town of Williamstown.

Approved March 12, 1902.

Chap. 19 RESOLVE TO PROVIDE FOR COLLECTING PORTRAITS OF AUDITORS OF

THE COMMONWEALTH.

Portraits of auditors.

Resolved, That there be allowed and paid out of the treasury of the Commonwealth from the ordinary revenue, a sum not exceeding five hundred dollars, to be expended under the direction of the auditor of the Commonwealth in procuring the portraits of all the auditors who have served the Commonwealth from the establishment of the office in eighteen hundred and forty-nine up to and including the year nineteen hundred and two. The portraits so procured shall be hung in the rooms of the auditor.

Approved March 12, 1902.

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Town of Peru.

RESOLVE IN FAVOR OF THE TOWN OF PERU. Resolved, That there be allowed and paid out of the income of the Massachusetts School Fund to the town of Peru, the sum of one hundred fifty-two dollars and thirtynine cents, this sum being the additional amount which Peru should have received in the apportionment of January twenty-fifth, nineteen hundred and one.

Approved March 12, 1902.

Lowell Textile
School,

Chap. 21

RESOLVE IN FAVOR OF THE LOWELL TEXTILE SCHOOL. Resolved, That there be allowed and paid out of the treasury of the Commonwealth to the Trustees of the Lowell Textile School the sum of twenty thousand dollars, to be applied to the purposes of the school: provided, that no part of this sum shall be paid until satisfactory evidence is furnished to the auditor of accounts of the Commonwealth that an additional sum of eight thousand dollars has been paid to said trustees by the city of Lowell, or received by them from other

The city of Lowell is hereby authorized to raise by taxation and pay to said trustees such sum of

sources.

money, not exceeding eight thousand dollars, as may be necessary together with that received from other sources to obtain the amount provided for by this resolve.

Approved March 12, 1902.

RESOLVE IN FAVOR OF ELLA RAYMOND.

Chap. 22 Resolved, That there be allowed and paid out of the Ella Raymond. treasury of the Commonwealth an annuity of three hundred dollars to Ella Raymond of Malden, formerly of Lowell, whose husband was rendered unable to labor by injuries received in the discharge of militia duty at Framingham. Said annuity shall begin on the first day of January in the year nineteen hundred and two, shall be paid quarterly, and shall continue for the term of five years should said Ella Raymond so long survive.

Approved March 19, 1902.

RESOLVE TO PROVIDE FOR A HEATING AND VENTILATING PLANT

Cha. 23 FOR THE LOWELL TEXTILE SCHOOL. Resolved, That there be allowed and paid out of the Lowell Textile treasury of the Commonwealth to the Trustees of the School. Lowell Textile School a sum not exceeding twenty-one thousand seven hundred and fifty dollars, to be expended in the purchase, installing and housing of a heating and ventilating plant for that school.

Approved March 19, 1902.

RESOLVE TO PROVIDE FOR CERTAIN REPAIRS AND IMPROVEMENTS Chap. 24

AT THE STATE NORMAL SCHOOL AT WESTFIELD.

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Resolved, That there be allowed and paid out of the State normal treasury of the Commonwealth a sum not exceeding two field. thousand dollars, to be expended under the direction of the state board of education in repairing the boilers, tinting the walls, and fitting the principal's office in the building of the state normal school at Westfield, and in recoating and relaying the concrete walks around the building

Approved March 19, 1902.

RESOLVE IN FAVOR OF SAMUEL HILLMAN OF NORTH ADAMS.
Resolved, That there be allowed and paid out of the Samuel

Chap. 25 treasury of the Commonwealth to Samuel Hillman of Hillman.

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