Chap. 0036 An Act making appropriations for salaries and expenses at the state prison, massachusetts reformatory, the reform, atory prison for women, and for expenses in connection therewith.
Be it evaded, etc., as follows:
Section 1. The sums hereinafter mentioned are appropriated, to be paid out of the treasury of the Commonwealth from the ordinary revenue, for the purposes specified, to meet expenses for the year ending on the thirty-first day of December in the year eighteen hundred and ninety-one, to wit: -
For the payment of salaries and wages at the state prison at Boston, a sum not exceeding sixty-nine thousand dol-
lars ; and for other current expenses at said institution, a sum not exceeding eighty thousand dollars.
For the payment of salaries and wages at the Massachusetts reformatory at Concord, a sum not exceeding seventy-two thousand five hundred dollars; and for other current expenses at said institution, a sum not exceeding one hundred and five thousand five hundred dollars.
For the pa}Tment of salaries and wages at the reformatory prison for women at Sherborn, a sum not exceeding twenty-four thousand dollars; and for other current expenses at said institution, a sum uot exceeding thirty-two thousand dollars.
For expenses incurred in removing prisoners to and from state and county prisons, a sum not exceeding nine hundred dollars.
For supporting prisoners removed from state to county prisons, a sum not exceeding two hundred dollars.
For the salary of the agent for aiding prisoners discharged from the state prison, one thousand dollars; and for expenses of said agent, a sum not exceeding three thousand dollars, to be used in rendering assistance to said prisoners.
For expenses of the agent for aiding discharged female prisoners, discharged from the prisons of the Commonwealth, including assistance rendered to said prisoners, a sum not exceeding three thousand dollars.
For aiding prisoners discharged from the Massachusetts reformatory, a sum not exceeding five thousand dollars.
For incidental and contingent expenses of the commissioners of prisons, a sum not exceeding twelve hundred dollars.
For travelling expenses of the commissioners of prisons, and of the secretary and agents of said commissioners, a sum not exceeding twenty-five hundred dollars.
For travelling and other necessary expenses of the trustees of the state primary, reform and industrial schools, a sum not exceeding one thousand dollars.
For the support of Sarah J. Robinson, a prisoner in jail at Lowell in the county of Middlesex, a sum not exceeding four hundred dollars.
For expenses incurred in the arrest of fugitives from justice, a sum not exceeding two thousand dollars.
Section 2. This act shall take effect upon its passage.
Approved March 2, 1891.