THE GENERAL LAWS, AND EXPRESS REPEAL OF CERTAIN ACTS AND RESOLVES
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THE GENERAL LAWS AND THEIR EFFECT
Temporary laws; effect of enactment of General Laws
Section 10. All acts and resolves or parts thereof in force at the time of the taking effect of the General Laws which are of limited duration shall continue in effect according to their terms, notwithstanding any provisions of said General Laws inconsistent therewith.
NOTE: The provisions of this chapter as originally enacted are set forth in chapter 282 of the General Laws (Edition of 1920). For reference to certain legislation affecting the schedule of acts and resolves expressly repealed by said chapter in connection with the original enactment of the General Laws, see the table of changes relating to chapter 282 appearing in the volume containing the laws and resolves of 1931.