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LAWS

RELATING TO

GAS AND ELECTRICITY.

REVISED LAWS.

CHAPTER 121.
OF GAS AND ELECTRIC LIGHT COMPANIES.
SECTIONS 1-1.– Board of Gas and Electric Light Commissioners.
SECTIONS 10-11.- Gas and Electric Light Companies.

BOARD OF GAS AND EL

Amended.

1910, 539.

TRIC LIGHT COMMISSIONERS. SECTION 1. There shall be a board of gas and electric Board of gas light commissioners consisting of three persons, citizens light comof this commonwealth, one of whom shall annually before missioners. the first day of July be appointed by the governor, with 115743 the advice and consent of the council, for a term of three 1889 373. years from said day. The commissioners shall be sworn 1898 499. to the faithful performance of their official duties. They 558. shall not be in the employ of or own any stock in any gas 1907, 316. or electric light company or be in any way, directly or in- 1908, 655. directly, pecuniarily interested in the manufacture or sale of gas or electric light or of any article or commodity used by gas or electric light companies or used for any purpose connected with the manufacture or sale of gas or electric light. [and shall not engage in any other business.] The governor shall designate the chairman of the board and may, with the advice and consent of the council, remove any member for cause after notice and hearing. The chairman of the board shall receive from the commonwealth an annual salary of four thousand dollars and each of the other two members an annual salary of three thousand five hundred dollars. The board shall be provided with an office in the state house or in some other suitable place in the city of Boston in which their records shall be kept.

Acts of 1908, Chapter 658.
An Act relative to Accommodations for the Board of Gas and Elec-

tric Light Commissioners, and to authorize the Rearrangement
of Rooms in the State House.

SECTION 1. On or before the first day of September, or such Board of gas other date as the governor and council may determine, in the pres- light com. ent year, the board of gas and electric light commissioners shall be provided vacate the rooms in the state house now occupied by the board, offices, etc.

missioners to

shall provide itself with suitable offices elsewhere for the transaction of its business, and may remove thereto such portion of the furniture now in use by the board as may be suitable for its use in the new location. The rental of such offices, the expense of fitting and furnishing the same for the use of the board, and the cost of removal from the rooms now occupied by the board shall be borne by the several gas and electric light companies in proportion to their gross earnings and, together with the other annual expenses of the commissioners, shall be assessed and recovered in the manner provided by section three, Part I, of chapter four hundred and sixty-three of the acts of the year nineteen hundred and six, for the assessment and recovery of the expenses of the railroad commissioners.

SECTION 2. The governor and council may remodel and rearrange the rooms vacated by the board of gas and electric light commissioners, and may cause them to be used for such purposes and by such departments or officials as the governor and council may designate.

SECTION 3. This act shall take effect upon its passage. [Approved June 13, 1908.

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Acts of 1910, Chapter 539.
An Act relative to the Salaries of the Board of Gas and Electric

Light Commissioners.
SECTION 1. The annual salary of the chairman of the board
of gas and electric light commissioners shall be five thousand
dollars and that of the other commissioners forty-five hundred
dollars each, from and after the first day of July in the year
nineteen hundred and ten.

SECTION 2. This act shall take effect upon its passage. [Approved May 18, 1910.

Clerk of
commission.
1885, 314,
§ 1.
1894, 503.
1898, 499.

SECTION 2. The board shall have a clerk, who shall be *appointed by the governor, with the advice and consent of the council, who shall not engage in any other business, shall keep a full and faithful record of the proceedings of the board, shall serve such notices and perform such other duties as the commissioners may require and shall be sworn before entering upon the performance of his duties.

SECTION 3. The board may expend not more than

three thousand dollars annually for necessary statistics, 1885, 314, $ 5. books and stationery and for necessary incidental ex1895, 463, § 1. penses; and not more than forty-one hundred dollars an1901, 499, § 1. nually for clerical assistance.] Repealed. 1907, 54, $ 3.

Incidental expenses and clerical assistance.

1891, 351.

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