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hall; and one thousand dollars for the maintenance of the dining hall, this sum to be available upon the completion of the building

Approved April 17, 1902.

RESOLVE IN FAVOR OF THE NEW ENGLAND INDUSTRIAL SCHOOL FOR

Chap. 70

DEAF MUTES.

Resolved, That there be allowed and paid out of the New England treasury of the Commonwealth to the New England In- school for Deal dustrial School for Deaf Mutes the sum of forty-five hun- Mutes. dred dollars, to be expended under the direction of the trustees thereof for the educational purposes of said school for the year nineteen hundred and two. Said trustees shall report to the state board of education the expenditures made under the authority of this resolve.

Approved April 17, 1902.

RESOLVE TO PROVIDE FOR A SURVEY AND ESTIMATE BY THE BOARD

Chap 71 OF HARBOR AND LAND COMMISSIONERS AS TO THE IMPROVEMENT OF CATAUMET HARBOR.

Resolved, That the board of harbor and land commis- Survey and sioners is hereby directed to make or cause to be made a the improvesurvey and estimate as to the cost, best method and ad- ment of Catauvisability of improving Cataumet harbor, lying partly in be made. the town of Falmouth and partly in the town of Bourne, and to report thereon to the general court not later than the fifteenth day of January in the year nineteen hundred and three. For this purpose the board may expend a sum not exceeding five hundred dollars, to be taken from the annual harbor and river improvements and contingency appropriation.

Approved April 17, 1902.

RESOLVE IN FAVOR OF MARTHA REESE GRANT.

Chap 72 Resolved, That there be allowed and paid out of the Martha Reese treasury of the Commonwealth to the guardian of Martha Grant. Reese Grant, orphan daughter of James A. and Rhoda Rosella Grant, for her benefit, an annuity of three hundred dollars payable in equal quarterly instalments from the first day of January in the year nineteen hundred and two up to and including the twenty-fifth day of May in the year nineteen hundred and four, should she so long survive, being the amount authorized by chapter ninetytwo of the resolves of the year eighteen hundred and

ninety-nine to be paid to her mother, Rhoda Rosella Grant, who died on the twenty-first day of February in the year nineteen hundred and two. The said chapter ninety-two is hereby repealed.

Approved April 18, 1902.

Chap. 73 RESOLVE TO PROVIDE FOR THE PURCHASE OF ADDITIONAL LAND

FOR THE USE OF THE STATE NORMAL SCHOOL AT BRIDGEWATER

State normal school at Bridgewater.

Resolved, That there be allowed and paid out of the treasury of the Commonwealth a sum not exceeding thirty-five hundred dollars, for the purchase, under the direction of the state board of education, of additional land for the use of the state normal school at Bridgewater.

Approved April 18, 1902.

Chap. 74 RESOLVE TO PROVIDE FOR A CHEMICAL DEPARTMENT IN THE STATE

NORMAL SCHOOL AT WORCESTER.

State normal school at Worcester.

Resolved, That there be allowed and paid out of the treasury of the Commonwealth a sum not exceeding seventy-five hundred dollars, to be expended by the state board of education in the alteration and furnishing of rooms and in the purchase of chemical supplies for a chemical department in the main building of the state normal school at Worcester. Approved April 18, 1902.

Chap. 75 RESOLVE TO DIRECT THE BOARD OF RAILROAD COMMISSIONERS TO

INVESTIGATE THE MERITS OF FENDERS NOW

IN ('SE BY STREET

RAILWAY COMPANIES.

Merite of fenders in use

way companies to be investi

Resolved, That the board of railroad commissioners is by street rail... hereby authorized and directed to examine the fenders in

use upon street railway cars in this Commonwealth, and gated, etc.

such other fenders as may be brought to their attention and are in their opinion worthy of consideration. After giving such public hearings upon the subject as they may deem necessary the board shall report to the general court on or before the fifteenth day of January in the year nineteen hundred and three such recommendations in regard to fenders upon street railway cars as they may deem proper.

Approved April 18, 1902.

RESOLVE TO PROVIDE FOR THE MAINTENANCE AND REPAIR

CERTAIN APPARATUS USED IN THE BOILER INSPECTION DEPART

OF Chap. 76

MENT OF THE DISTRICT POLICE.

Resolved, That there be allowed and paid out of the Repair, etc., of treasury of the Commonwealth a sum not exceeding five in boiler inspechundred dollars, to be expended under the direction of tien departthe chief of the district police for the maintenance and necessary repair of apparatus used by the members of the boiler inspection department of the district police in the examination of engineers and firemen.

Approved April 23, 1902.

RESOLVE TO PROVIDE ROOMS IN THE STATE HOUSE FOR THE EX

Chap 77

AMINATION OF APPLICANTS FOR ADMISSION TO THE STATE SANA

TORIUM.

Resolved, That the sergeant-at-arms is hereby authorized Rooms to be and directed to provide suitable rooms in the state house examination of for use in the examination of applicants for admission to admission to the state sanatorium.

Approved April 23, 1902.

the state sana. torium.

RESOLVE TO AUTHORIZE PAYMENT TO THE BOSTON, CAPE COD AND

Chap. 78 NEW YORK CANAL COMPANY OF INTEREST RECEIVED BY

TUE COMMONWEALTH ON MONEY DEPOSITED BY THE COMPANY WITH THE TREASURER OF THE COMMONWEALTH.

Resolved, That the treasurer of the Commonwealth is Treasurer to hereby authorized and directed to pay to the treasurer of par, Cape Basthe Boston, Cape Cod and New York Canal Company the cade York interest already accrued on the two hundred thousand pany interest dollars deposited by the company with the treasurer of deposit. the Commonwealth under the provisions of chapter four hundred and forty-eight of the acts of the year eighteen hundred and ninety-nine, and also to pay semi-annually to the treasurer of said company the interest which may hereafter accrue on said deposit: provided, however, that Proviso. the treasurer of the Commonwealth shall retain from said interest such amount as may be required for payment of the assessment to which said deposit is or may be liable under the provisions of section six of chapter six of the Revised Law's.

Approved April 23, 1902.

New Bedford
Textile School.

Proviso.

Chap. 79

RESOLVES IN FAVOR OF THE NEW BEDFORD TEXTILE SCHOOL.

Resolved, That there be allowed and paid out of the treasury of the Commonwealth the sum of eighteen thousand dollars, to be expended by the Trustees of the New Bedford Textile School for the purposes of the school : provided, that no part of this sum shall be paid until satisfactory evidence has been furnished to the auditor of accounts that an additional sum of seven thousand dollars has been paid to the said trustees by the city of New Bedford or received by them from other sources. The city of New Bedford is hereby authorized to raise by taxation and pay to said trustees such sum of money not exceeding seven thousand dollars as may be necessary to secure the amount provided for by this resolve.

Resolved, That there be allowed and paid out of the treasury of the Commonwealth to the aforesaid trustees a further sum of eight thousand dollars, to be expended under their direction in equipping an addition to the building for the use of said school.

Approved April 30, 1902.

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RESOLVE IN FAVOR OF HERMAN B. COOK OF BOSTON. Resolved, That the sum of sixty dollars is hereby appropriated to be paid out of the treasury of the Commonwealth to Herman B. Cook of Boston, in full compensation for injuries to a horse owned by said Cook which were received at the Framingham camp ground in July, nineteen hundred and one, the said horse being then on hire by the state for use in the militia.

Approved April 30, 1902.

Chap. 81 RESOLVE TO PROVIDE FOR THE EXPENSES OF THE BAND OF AND

FOR THE PURCHASE OF A FLAG FOR THE MASSACHCSETTS AGRI

CULTURAL COLLEGE.

Massachusetts
Agricultural
College.

Resolved, That there be allowed and paid out of the treasury of the Commonwealth the sum of two hundred dollars, to be expended under the direction of the trustees of the Massachusetts Agricultural College, for the expenses of the band of and for the purchase of a flag for the use of the cadets of the college.

Approved April 30, 1902.

OF HARBOR AND LAND

COMMISSIONERS

AS TO A CANAL

FROM

RESOLVE TO PROVIDE FOR PRINTING THE REPORT OF THE BOARD

Chap. 82 TAUNTON RIVER TO WEYMOUTH FORE RIVER.

Resolved, That the board of harbor and land commis- Report of sursioners is hereby authorized and directed to prepare, on canal from

vey of proposed or before the first day of May in the year nineteen hun- Tweomdiverse dred and two, a report of its survey of the proposed Beine edet to be canal from Taunton river to Weymouth Fore river, and to have five hundred copies thereof printed. The said report shall include such maps as the board may deem necessary, a statement of the cost of making the proposed canal, and a statement of the expenses incurred by the board in making the survey. The cost of printing the report shall not exceed the sum of one hundred dollars, and shall be paid out of the sum appropriated for the said survey. A copy of the report shall be delivered to each member of the general court, and a copy shall be sent to each representative and senator from Massachusetts in the congress of the United States.

Approved April 30, 1902.

Chap. 83

RESOLVE TO PROVIDE FOR REPAIRS AT THE REFORMATORY PRISON

FOR WOMEN. Resolved, That there be allowed and paid out of the Reformatory treasury of the Commonwealth the following sums, to be women. expended at the reformatory prison for women under the direction of the board of prison commissioners : — For painting the buildings, a sum not exceeding twenty-five hundred dollars; for new stairways and other means of protection from fire, a sum not exceeding five thousand dollars; for new boilers and setting, a sum not exceeding three thousand dollars.

Approved May 6, 1902.

THE

COL'NTY

OF

RESOLVE AUTHORIZING

COMMISSIONERS
COUNTY TO REPAIR CERTAIN BRIDGES.

Chap 84 Resolved, That the county commissioners of Essex County com. county are hereby authorized and directed to expend a Erex county to sum not exceeding twenty-five hundred dollars in repair- bridges. ing Rocks bridge between the city of Haverhill and the town of West Newbury, and Deer Island bridge between the city of Newburyport and the town of Amesbury, which have been injured by recent freshets.

ESSEX

repair certain

Approved May 6, 1902.

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