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Union Cemetery, charter of

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Valley Forge, appropriation for the erection of a monument at..
Vasco Gama, The, charter of.

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Warren, town of, authorized to appropriate $25,000 for the observance of
150th anniversary of its incorporation...

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Town of, account of allowed....

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Warwick, Town of, account of allowed.....

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Washington Park Methodist Church of Providence, name of The Edgewood

Methodist Episcopal Church in the city of Providence, State of
Rhode Island, changed to.....

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Westerly and Charlestown, boundary line between, established

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Weatherhead-Thompson Company, charter amended

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Weeks Furniture Company, The, charter of......

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Weenat Shassit Association, The, name of The Weenat Shassit Tribe, No. 6,

Improved Order of Red Men of Newport, R. I., changed to...... 118
Tribe No. 6, The, Improved Order of Red Men of Newport, R, I.,
name of changed to The Weenat Sbassit Association..

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William A. Slater Mills Corporation, The, name of Slatersville Mills, changed
to.

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Whaley, Israel, account of allowed..

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Whipple, Henry, account of allowed

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White, Charles J., account of allowed...

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Woman suffrage, petitions for submission of question of, ordered taken
from files and referred to certain committees...

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Woolsey, Sarah C., authorized to adopt Isabel Redwood Yardley..

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Woonsocket court house, sheriff of Providence county authorized to appoint
a night watchman for.......

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city of, authorized to issue $350,000 of bonds for the funding of its
unfunded indebtedness

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authorized to issue $100,000 of bonds for the purpose of establish-

ing a system of sewerage..

act to prevent the pollution of the sources of the water supply of 65
court house commission, allowance to for services...

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Electric Machine and Power Company, charter amended.

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Yardley, Isabel, Redwood, Sarah C. Woolsey authorized to adopt...
Youdelevitz, Harry, name of changed to Ilarry Levit...
York, Benjamin, account of allowed..
Young, Irving W., account of allowed..

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State of Rhode Island and Providence Plantations.

ACTS AND RESOLVES

PASSED AT THE

JANUARY SESSION, 1897.

[The Chapters of Public Laws are numbered continuously from the

General Laws, Revision of 1896.]

CHAPTER 438.

AN ACT MAKING APPROPRIATIONS FOR THE SUPPORT OF Passed Feb. 2.

1897. THE STATE OF RHODE ISLAND FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDING ON THE THIRTY-FIRST DAY OF DECEMBER, A. D. 1897.

It is enacted by the General Assembly as follows :

SECTION 1. The following sums, or so much there- Annual approof as may be authorized by law, are hereby appropri- the support of ated to the objects hereinafter expressed, for the fiscal ernment. year ending on the thirty-first day of December, 1897, to be paid out of the several appropriations herein mentioned ; and the state auditor is hereby authorized to draw his orders for such portion thereof as may be required from time to time, upon the receipt by him of properly authenticated vouchers.

SALARIES.

To the governor, three thousand dollars.
To the lieutenant-governor, five hundred dollars.

Annual appro-
priations.
(Continued.)

To the secretary of state, thirty-five hundred dollars.
To the attorney-general, forty-five hundred dollars.
To the general treasurer, twenty-five hundred dollars.

To the ex-chief justice and chief justice of the supreme court, fifty-five hundred dollars each, and to the associate justices thereof, five thousand dollars each.

To the state auditor, fifteen hundred dollars.
To the insurance commissioner, one thousand dollars.

To the commissioner of public schools, three thousand dollars.

To the assistant attorney-general, two thousand dollars.

To the reporter of the decisions of the supreme court, twelve hundred dollars.

To the commissioners of shell fisheries, three hundred dollars each, fifteen hundred dollars.

To the railroad commissioner, one thousand dollars.

To the state sealer of weights, measures and balances, five hundred dollars.

To the librarian of the law library, twelve hundred dollars.

To the clerk of the secretary of state, two thousand dollars.

To the clerks of the state auditor, three thousand three hundred and fifty dollars.

To the clerk of the commissioner of public schools, seven hundred and fifty dollars.

To the clerk of the general treasurer, fifteen hundred dollars.

To the sheriff of the county of Newport, six hundred dollars.

To the sheriffs of the counties of Bristol, Kent and Washington, four hundred dollars each.

To the crier of the courts in Providence county, seven hundred dollars.

To the clerk of the appellate division of the supreme court, county of Providence, twenty-five hundred dollars.

To the assistant clerk of the appellate division of the supreme court, county of Providence, fifteen hundred dollars.

To the clerk of the common pleas division of the

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