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The 192nd General Court of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts

AN ACT ACCEPTING THE DEVISE OF CERTAIN LAND IN GEORGETOWN AS PART OF THE GEORGETOWN-ROWLEY STATE FOREST.

Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives in General Court assembled, and by the authority of the same, as follows:


The department of environmental management acting on behalf of the commonwealth and the executive office of administration and finance may accept as part of the Georgetown-Rowley State Forest the devise of a certain parcel of land described in the will of Baker Adams which is on file in the Essex county probate court as Docket No. 97P 2629-EP1. Said parcel shall be known as the Baker-Adams Memorial Parcel of the Georgetown-Rowley State Forest, in memory of Cornelius Gould Baker, Lavinia Vine Bartlett Baker, Clarence Cushman Adams and Cornelia Vine Baker Adams. Said department of environmental management shall erect suitable markers bearing thereon said designation in compliance with the standards of said department.

Approved November 17, 1998.