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Slaughtered cattle to be paid for, when and how

they shall be released for the use and benefit of the owner. If any such cattle are slaughtered and upon post mortem examination it shall be found the slaughtered animal was not afflicted with tuberculosis, then the animal so killed shall be paid for by the state at its full appraised value, in accordance with the provisions of section eleven of this chapter; provided, however, that said state board of agriculture, may in its discretion, and after requiring of the importer a bond to keep any rules and regulations and requirements that said board may adopt as to quarantine, and to pay all expenses incident to the enforcement of the said rules and regulations and requirements, permit the importation of a male animal for breeding purposes only, without requiring the certificate provided for in section fourteen hereof and in this section and without requiring that said animal be slaughtered, and provided, further, that no compensation shall be paid to such importer if at any time said board should decide that such animal shall be killed, and provided, further, that the total number of importations of such male animals shall not exceed three in any calendar year.'

SEC. 2. This act shall take effect from and after its passage.

CHAPTER 433.

(2318)

H 678. AN ACT IN AMENDMENT OF SECTIONS 4 AND 5 OF

Approved ARTICLE III OF CHAPTER 413 OF THE GENERAL LAWS, May 1, 1923. ENTITLED OF THE PENAL AND CHARITABLE COMMISSION.”

It is enacted by the General Assembly as follows:

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SECTION 1. Section 4 of article III of chapter 413 of the general laws, entitled “Of the penal and charitable commission,” is hereby amended so as to read as follows:

“Sec. 4. The commission shall have power to Oaklawn designate certain land and buildings at the state and buildings institutions at Cranston which shall hereafter com- nated. prise the state institution known as the Oaklawn school, and from time to time change such designation when in the judgment of the commission it is deemed advisable."

SEC. 2. Section 5 of article III of chapter 413 of the general laws, is hereby amended so as to read as follows:

“Sec. 5. The commission shall have power to state designate certain land and buildings at the state in- women, land stitutions at Cranston which shall hereafter comprise how desigthe state institution known as the Rhode Island state reformatory for women and to change such designation when in the judgment of the commission it is deemed advisable. All female persons committed to Eemales.com. the Rhode Island state prison or the state workhouse etc., where to and house of correction shall be confined and cared and cared for. for in the Rhode Island state reformatory for women.”

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nated.

SEC. 3. This act shall take effect upon its passage, and all acts and parts of acts inconsistent herewith are hereby repealed.

CHAPTER 434.

(2319)

H 559 A.
Approved
May 4, 1923.

AN ACT REPEALING SECTION 20 OF CHAPTER 203 OF
THE GENERAL LAWS, ENTITLED

OF MILK.'

Section 20 of chapter 203 of the general laws, as amended, repealed.

Sections 21
and 22 of
chapter 203 of
the general
laws, as
amended,
renumbered as
secs. 20 and 21.

It is enacted by the General Assembly as follows:

SECTION 1. Section 20 of chapter 203 of the general laws, entitled “Of milk,” is hereby repealed.

SEC. 2. Sections 21 and 22 of said chapter 203 are hereby renumbered to read respectively sections 20 and 21.

SEC. 3. This act shall take effect upon its passage and all acts and parts of acts inconsistent herewith are hereby repealed.

CHAPTER 435.

(2320)

H 695.
Approved
May 4, 1923.

AN ACT AUTHORIZING THE METROPOLITAN PARK COM

MISSION OF PROVIDENCE PLANTATIONS TO PROVIDE
FOR THE LIGHTING OF CERTAIN PARKWAYS IN THE
TOWNS OF EAST PROVIDENCE AND BARRINGTON.

Metropolitan park commission authorized to provide parkway and the drive at Haines park.

It is enacted by the General Assembly as follows:

SECTION 1. For the purpose of lighting Barrington

parkway, and the metropolitan park drive at Haines fearlighting of park, in the towns of East Providence and Barrington,

now part of the metropolitan park system, the metropolitan park commission of Providence Plantations is hereby authorized and empowered on behalf of the state of Rhode Island, to provide for the construction of a lighting system along said parkway and drive and for maintaining said lighting system and furnishing electric current therefor, for a period of ten years, at an annual cost of not exceeding the sum of eight thousand one hundred and twenty-five dollars. Said sum to be paid out of money appropriated by the general assembly for improvement, repairs and the purchase of equipment for parks, reservations and other properties in the care and under the control of the metropolitan park commission.

Sec. 2. This act shall take effect upon its passage, and all acts and parts of acts inconsistent herewith are hereby repealed.

CHAPTER 436.

(2321)

AN ACT IN AMENDMENT OF AND IN ADDITION TO H 802.

CHAPTER 166 OF THE GENERAL LAWS, ENTITLED May 4, 1923.
“OF THE REGISTRATION OF BIRTHS, DEATHS AND
MARRIAGES,” AND OF ALL ACTS IN AMENDMENT
THEREOF AND IN ADDITION THERETO.

It is enacted by the General Assembly as follows:

SECTION 1. Section 2 of chapter 166 of the general laws, entitled “Of the registration of births, deaths and marriages,” is hereby amended so as to read as follows:

“Sec. 2. The secretary of the state board of Abstract of health shall receive the returns made in pursuance births, marof the preceding section, and annually make a general published.be abstract and report thereof, in form as prescribed by

returns of

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section three of this chapter, and publish and print not exceeding one thousand copies thereof; and for preparing, tabulating and publishing said annual report, including all clerical assistance needed therefor and the printing and binding of said report, the sum of seventeen hundred dollars is hereby annually

appropriated to be paid to the state registrar. Said Returns where returns, after such report is prepared shall be kept

permanently by the secretary of the state board of health who shall cause the same to be arranged, full alphabetical indices of all the names to be made, and the whole to be bound in volumes of convenient size and carefully preserved in his office.'

SEC. 2. Chapter 166 of the general laws, entitled “Of the registration of births, deaths and marriages,” is hereby amended by adding thereto the following section:

“Sec. 24. The secretary of the state board of health is hereby authorized to furnish certified copies of records of births, deaths and marriages upon request. The fee for issuing copy of any birth, death or marriage shall be fifty cents and the monies received for such service shall be paid monthly into the general treasury.”

SEC. 3. Within thirty days after the passage of

this act the secretary of state shall transfer into the state board of custody of the secretary of the state board of health

the returns arranged in bound volumes which are now in his possession and shall take a receipt therefor.

Sec. 4. This act shall take effect upon its passage, and all acts and parts of acts inconsistent herewith are hereby repealed.

Secretary of state board of health to furnish certified copies of records.

Fee for copy.

Secretary of state to transfer records in his possession to secretary of

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