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ACTS AND RESOLVES

OF

MASSACHUSETTS

1924

@ The General Court, which was chosen November 7, 1922, assembled on Wednesday, the second day of January, 1924, for its second annual session.

His Excellency CHANNING H. Cox and His Honor ALVAN T. FULLER continued to serve as Governor and Lieutenant Governor, respectively, for the political year of 1924.

ACTS.

AN ACT AUTHORIZING THE CITY OF WALTHAM TO CONSTRUCT Chap. 1

AND MAINTAIN A CITY HALL ON THE COMMON.
Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives in General

Court assembled, and by the authority of the same, as follows:
SECTION 1. The city of Waltham, if its city council, with the City of

Waltham may
approval of the mayor, so votes, is hereby authorized to con-
struct and maintain a city hall on the Common, which Common etc., a city

hall, etc. is bounded and described as follows: northerly by Main street, easterly by Elm street, southerly by Carter street and westerly by Moody street. SECTION 2. This act shall take effect upon

its

passage. Approved January 21, 1924.

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AN ACT PROVIDING FOR AN INVESTIGATION AND REPORT RELA

Chap. 2
TIVE TO A UNION HIGH SCHOOL FOR CERTAIN TOWNS IN DUKES

COUNTY.
Be it enacted, etc., as follows:

SECTION 1. The towns of Chilmark, Edgartown, Gay Head, Investigation
Gosnold, Oak Bluffs, Tisbury and West Tisbury are each hereby union high
authorized to elect one person for each one thousand inhabitants, certain towns
or fraction thereof, to serve on a union high school building in Dukes
committee. Upon the election of such person or persons by any
four or more of said towns whose total valuation equals or
exceeds three fourths of the valuation of Dukes county, said
committee shall investigate the desirability and the cost of a
union high school for the participating towns, and report its
findings to the said towns. If the establishment of said school
is found desirable, said committee shall recommend a site and
secure an estimate of the cost of the building and its equipment.
Said committee shall serve without pay, but any necessary ex- Expenses,
penses, not exceeding seven hundred and fifty dollars, incurred etc.
for travel and for preliminary plans and estimates, and for
printing and mailing the report provided for in section two, shall
be paid by the participating towns in shares proportionate to
their state tax, after examination and approval of the accounts
of said expenses by the county commissioners of Dukes county.

SECTION 2. Said committee shall cause its report and recom- Report and mendations to be printed and shall mail a copy thereof to every tions to be

recommendaregistered voter in each town represented on the committee not printed, etc. later than two weeks prior to its annual meeting for the year nineteen hundred and twenty-five. SECTION 3. This act shall take effect its

passage. Approved January 22, 1924.

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