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Joint Standing Comm. on the Militia. Act in further addition to the several acts for regulating the Militia, 1834
House No. 46 On February 15, 1834, the Joint Standing Committee on the Militia reported a bill: An Act in further addition to the several acts for
regulating, governing, and training the militia of this Commonwealth, 1834. [There is some sort of distinction between volunteer corps and standing
companies.] The only duty of standing companies is to exhibit their arms and equipment on the first Tuesday of May. Once the law takes effect,
members of the volunteer corps had six months to notify their commanding officer they intended to quit. The usual duties for the volunteer corps remained
and members could follow the procedure to be paid. If there were too few remaining troops, their officers did not have to attend the review. One
section listed the pay of certain officers. (Digitized from a microfilm copy of title originally held by the Massachusetts State Library).
Title:   The Joint Standing Committee on the Militia, to whom were referred the bill and accompanying documents, taken from the files of the last session, have attended to the subject referred to them, and directed me to report by bill.
OCLC Number:   1402307747
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