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Massachusetts Reports - Page 244
by Massachusetts. Supreme Judicial Court - 1910
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Report of the Commissioner of Education Made to the Secretary of the ...

United States. Bureau of Education - Education - 1906
...of the board of aldermen, and in a town which, by vote of the inhabitants at nn annual town meeting, accepts the provisions of this section or has accepted the corresponding provisions of earlier laws, the school committee shall make regulations with reference to the care, custody, aud distribution of...
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Massachusetts Reports, Volume 143

Massachusetts. Supreme Judicial Court - Law reports, digests, etc - 1887
...Pub. Sts. c. 104, 1, provides that any city or town, except Boston, which accepts the statute, " may, for the prevention of fire and the preservation of life, by ordinances or by-laws not repugnant to law, and applicable throughout the whole or any defined part of its territory, regulate...
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Annual Report of the Town Officers ... and the Town Records

Brookline (Mass.) - Brookline (Mass.) - 1888
...forty-three of the statutes of the year eighteen hundred and seventy-two, or which adopts this section, may, for the prevention of fire and the preservation of life, by ordinances or bylaws not repugnant to law, and applicable throughout the whole or any defined part of its territory, regulate...
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The Town Meeting: A Manual of Massachusetts Law

Austin De Wolf - Local government - 1890 - 198 pages
...town which has adopted chapter 243 of the statutes of the year 1872, or which adopts this section, may, for the prevention of fire and the preservation of life, by ordinances or by-laws not repugnant to law, and applicable throughout the whole or any defined part of its territory, regulate...
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Acts and Resolves Passed by the General Court of Massachusetts

Massachusetts - Law - 1894
...or section one of chapter one hundred and four of the Public Statutes, or which adopts this section, may for the prevention of fire and the preservation of life, by ordinances or by-laws not repugnant to law and applicable throughout the whole or any defined part of its territory, regulate...
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Annual Report of the Commissioners on Fisheries and Game: 1901-1903

Massachusetts. Commissioners on Fisheries and Game - Fisheries - 1902
...read as follows : SECTION 08. Whoever takes or captures pickerel in a river, stream or pond, in a town which accepts the provisions of this section...accepted the corresponding provisions of earlier laws, in any other manner than by naturally or artificially baited hook and hand 1'me, shall forfeit one...
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Woodland and Roadside, Volumes 5-7

Forests and forestry - 1906
...TAKE LAND FOR STREET PLANTING. 16 (C & T) RL, ch. J$, i. 85. If the city council of a city or a town accepts the provisions of this section or has accepted the corresponding provisions of earlier laws, the board or officers authorized to lay out streets, highways or town ways may, whether any such street...
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Public documents of Massachusetts, Volume 12

Massachusetts - History - 1902
...town which by a vote of a majority of the voters voting thereon at an annual or special town meeting accepts the provisions of this section or has accepted the corresponding provisions of earlier laws, the provisions of this chapter and the rules made under the authority thereof which relate to the police...
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The Revised Laws of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts Relating to Public ...

Massachusetts - 1902 - 38 pages
...of the board of aldermen, and in a town which, by vote of the inhabitants at an annual town meeting, accepts the provisions of this section or has accepted the corresponding provisions of earlier laws, the school committee shall make regulations with reference to the care, custody and distribution of...
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Manual of the revised laws and city ordinances relating to the public health

Boston. Ordinances, etc - 1904 - 227 pages
...tried. SECT. 70. If the city council of a city or a town having a population of more than five thousand accepts the provisions of this section, or has accepted the corresponding provisions of earlier laws, no privy vault shall be constructed upon premises which are connected with a public or private sewer...
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