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ACTS AND RESOLVES

1923

ACTS AND RESOLVES

AS PASSED BY THE

Eighty-first Legislature

OF THE

STATE OF MAINE

1923

Published by the Secretary of State, in accordance with the Resolves of the Legis-

lature approved June 28, 1820, March 18, 1840, and March 16, 1842.

LORING, SHORT & HARMON
PORTLAND, MAINE

1923

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NOTE

The Eighty-first Legislature convened on the third day of January and recessed on the seventh day of April, A. D. 1923.

According to the provisions of section sixteen, article thirty-one, of the constitution, no act or resolve, other than emergency measures, shall take effect until ninety days after the recess of the legislature.

CIVIL GOVERNMENT OF THE STATE OF MAINE

For the Political Years 1923 and 1924.

GOVERNOR:

PERCIVAL P. BAXTER, Portland

Private Secretary:
GILBERT R. CHADBOURNE, Augusta
GERTRUDE H. PLAISTED, Assistant, Bangor

Councilors:

First District-Cecil F. CLARK...
Second District—HERBERT A. LOMBARD (Chairman)....
Third District-RUPERT H. BAXTER....
Fourth District-LEROY R. FOLSOM.
Fifth District-JAMES J. CLEMENT.
Sixth District-WILLIAM S. OWEN.
Seventh District-ROBERT J. PEACOCK.

.. Saco Bridgton

... Bath Norridgewock . Montville

Milo .Lubec

Messenger:
GEORGE W. LEADBETTER, Augusta

FRANK W. Ball, Augusta, Secretary of State.
EDGAR C. SMITH, Dover-Foxcroft, Deputy Secretary of State.
William L. Bonney, Bowdoinham, Treasurer of State.
Louis H. Winship, Augusta, Deputy Treasurer of State.
ELBERT D. HAYFORD, Farmingdale, State Auditor.
JAMES W. Hanson, Belgrade, Adjutant General.
RANSFORD W. Shaw, Houlton, Attorney General.
William H. FISHER, Augusta, Deputy Attorney General.
Philip D. STUBBS, Strong, Assistant Attorney General.
AUGUSTUS O. THOMAS, Augusta, Commissioner of Education.

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