AN ACT AUTHORIZING THE DARTMOUTH POLICE RELIEF ASSOCIATION TO PAY A CERTAIN BENEFIT TO ITS MEMBERS UPON THEIR RETIREMENT.
Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives
in General Court assembled, and by the authority of the same,
The Dartmouth Police Relief Association, a corporation duly organized
under the laws of the commonwealth, is hereby authorized, upon the retirement
from the police department of the town of Dartmouth of any member in good
standing, to pay to such member, if he so elects, such sum, not exceeding the
full death benefit paid upon the death of any such member in good standing, as
may from time to time be determined by vote of said corporation. Any amount so
paid shall reduce the death benefit otherwise payable upon the death of any
such member. In order to exercise this benefit, the member must have been a
member in good standing for at least ten years, as a full time officer.