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Page 252 - Unless a different mode of appointment or election is provided in the city charter, the members shall be appointed by the mayor, subject to confirmation by the board of aldermen...
Page 37 - Federal ward, irrespective of the status of the parents. You are directed to accept hereafter no Indian pupil of the classes indicated, and to take steps to eliminate such pupils from your present enrollment at the end of the school year or at the end of the definite term of enrollment of each such pupil. If doubt exists as to the status of any pupil or any applicant, such case accompanied by all attendant facts and information must be presented to me for a decision.
Page 251 - Be it enacted by the Senate and the House of Representatives, in General Court assembled, and by authority of the same, that the...
Page 49 - ... engendered and developed ! And if we could get at the statistics of crime, who can doubt that they would show it had diminished in proportion to the increase of these societies ? In fact, men are better, the heart is in some sort purified, when impregnated with the noble harmonies of a fine chorus ; and it is difficult not to treat as a brother one whose voice has mingled with your own, and whose heart has been united to yours in a community of pure and joyful emotions.
Page 426 - It shall be the duty of the superintendent to make or cause to be made, complaint for all violations of these regulations.
Page 715 - I have the honor to submit to you herewith the report of the...
Page 376 - GENTLEMEN: I have the honor to submit my report for the year ending...
Page 11 - December, 1913, the number of children from 5 to 15 years of age attending school in the city almost equalled the number recorded in the census.
Page 252 - The chief officer of said department shall be called the inspector of buildings, and shall be appointed by the mayor and confirmed by the board of aldermen. He shall hold office for the term of three years, or until his successor shall be appointed and confirmed ; but may be removed by the mayor for malfeasnnce, incapacity or neglect of duty.
Page 458 - Twenty-ninth annual report of the Board of Health for the year ending December 31, 1913.

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