2013 New Jersey Revised Statutes
Title 28 - HISTORIC MEMORIALS, MONUMENTS AND SITES
Section 28:2-12 - Appropriation for care and maintenance of Washington headquarters; to whom paid and how expended
28:2-12. Appropriation for care and maintenance of Washington headquarters; to whom paid and how expended
So long as the building known as the Washington headquarters, located at Morristown, shall be held as an historic building, within which any person of this state may deposit articles of interest connected with the men and events of the revolutionary war, and so long as such building shall be kept open to the public free of charge at all proper times, the treasurer of this state shall, when the same shall be appropriated by the legislature, pay to the historic sites commission, pursuant to section 28:1-16 of this title on the first days of April and November of each year, the sum of twenty-five hundred dollars, to be expended by the historic sites commission for the care, maintenance and perpetuation of the headquarters.
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