L.1921, c. 156, p. 434 (1924 Suppl. §§ 129-327 to 129-329), entitled “An act to relieve
the adjutant general of this state from certain duties assigned to him and to provide
assistance to the Department of New Jersey, Grand Army of the Republic,” approved
April seventh, one thousand nine hundred and twenty-one, saved from repeal. [This act provides for the relief of certain duties assigned to the adjutant general
under an act entitled “An act to make the proceedings of the Department of New Jersey,
of the Grand Army of the Republic, a part of the military archives of this state and
to provide for the printing of the same,” approved March twenty-third, one thousand
nine hundred and ten, and supplement thereto, approved April twentieth, one thousand
nine hundred and twenty. The 1921 act also provides for an appropriation of one thousand dollars to the Department
of New Jersey, Grand Army of the Republic, and further provides for copies of proceedings
of the annual encampment of the department to be furnished for the archives of the
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