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Boston, and Maine Railroad Company, railroad cor anies constituting, re-

organization and consolidation of
Boulevard, in Arlington, construction of .

investigation of cost of making Ocean avenue in Revere a
Boulevards, care and maintenance of, appropriation for
Bounty, Hampden County Fair, Inc., may receive from the commonwealth a
Bourne, town of, Monument Beach Fire District in, established
Boylston street in Boston, subway station at or near the corner of Arlington

street and, construction of
Boynton, Herbert H., deputy secretary, appropriation for salary of
Boys, industrial school for (see School for boys, industrial).

Lyman school for (see School for Boys, Lyman).
Bradford, Durfee Textile School (see School, Bradford Durfee Textile).

First Parish in, dissolved .
trustees of the funds for the support of a Congregational Gospel Minister

in, name changed, etc.
Meeting House, Proprietors of, dissolved
Breakwater in Tisbury, enlarging
BRIDGES:
Black's creek in Quincy, over, metropolitan park commission may maintain

and construct for the extension of Furnace Brook parkway
Brightman street, appropriation for maintenance and operation of
Charles river, over, between Newton and Weston, reconstruction of
Merrimac, issue of notes or bonds by Lawrence for construction of, over
Newburyport, appropriation for maintenance and operation of
South river, city of Salem inay build over
Union street, city of Salem may discontinue
Wellington, appropriation for care and maintenance of

(See also Index to general acts.)
Bridges, repair, etc., of, by street railway companies, public service commission to

investigate
Bridgewater, town of, state normal school at, certain improvements at
Bridgman, Frank E., assistant clerk of the house of representatives, appropriation

for salary of .
Brightman street bridge (see Bridge, Brightman street).
Brighton (See Index to general acts).
Brimfield, town of, Hitchcock Free Academy in, town of Sturbridge reimbursed

for transporting pupils to
Bristol county, tax granted for
Broadway Pharmacy, Incorporated, charter revived and acts confirmed
Brockton, Chamber of Commerce, Inc., number of members of the board of direc-

tors of, increased
city of, may make an additional water loan

may pay a pension to James Keough
may pay a sum of money to James F. Powers .

waterway between Taunton and, investigation of cost of
Brookline, town of, construction of a filter plant for

precinct voting, limited town meetings, etc., in
Brooks street, Brighton (see Index to general acts).
Brown, Warren H., city of Boston may pension
Brown tail moths, appropriation for suppression of
Buffum, Robert E., justice of the peace, acts confirmed

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ilding, Fall River Five Cents Savings Bank, may construct, for its own use
Buildings in Boston, construction and remodeling of

erection of

height of
Bulletin of committee hearings of the general court, appropriation for expenses

of publication of
Bureau of statistics (see Statistics, bureau of).
Burns, Charles E., granting of pension by city of Salem to, confirmed
Burying ground, Dorchester south, city of Boston may dispose of a part of
Buzzard's Bay fisheries, investigation of, continued

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C.
Cables, underground, in Boston, location of .
Cadets, Independent Corps of, Veteran Association of, may hold additional
property

89
Cambridge, City of (see Index to general acts).
Funeral Association, incorporated

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Camp and hospital, prison, appropriation for

165
construction of a road at .

447
Canal and Haverhill streets, city of Boston may lease or sell certain land between 122
Cape Cod Water Company, incorporated

349
Card catalogue (see Catalogue, card).
Carlisle, town of, payment to Frank Biggi, ratified .

208
Carver, town of (see Index to general acts).
Catalogue, card, of the state library, continuing work on .

402
Cate, Alfred P., justice of the peace, acts confirmed

405
Cattle, contagious diseases among, appropriation for exterminating

87
killed during the epidemic of the foot and mouth disease, compensation for 209, 398
Celebration, anniversary, town of Leominster may appropriate money for

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town of Paxtou may appropriate money for

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Cellars in Boston, use as living rooms of .

311
CEMETERY ASSOCIATIONS:
Glenwood, incorporated

93
Terrace Hill Cemetery Corporation, trustees of, may hold additional real estate
in Walpole

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Cemetery commissioners in the city of Lowell, appointment of

240
Censorship law, so-called

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Census, decennial, appropriation for taking

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summer, appropriation for taking

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Chamber of Commerce, Boston, gratuity fund of

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Brockton, Inc., number of directors increased

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CHANGE OF NAME OF CORPORATIONS:
First Religious Society in Roxbury

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Indian Ridge Association .

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Peabody Academy of Science, The Trustees of

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Simmons Female College

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South End Industrial School

102
Trustees of the Funds for the Support of a Congregational Gospel Minister ic.
the First Parish in Bradford

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Changes in the topographical map of Massachusetts, harbor and land coinmis-
sioners to make

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Channel in the Mystic River, straightening and improvement of
Chaplains of the senate and house of representatives, appropriations for salaries

of
Charges, freight, New York Central Railroad Company may refund to the

Wellesley Gravel Company certain .
Charities of the commonwealth, preparation of a manual of the laws concerning
Charity, state board of, appropriation for
may expend an additional sum in preparing a manual of the laws concerning

charities, etc.
Charles bank road (see Index to general acts).
Charles river (see Piver, Charles).
Charlos River Basin (see Basin, Charles river).
Charlestown district of Boston, tunnel or subway in, etc., construction of
CHARTERS:

American Submerged Exhaust Co., revived and acts confirmed
Boston Dispensary, amended
Broadway Pharmacy, Incorporated, revived, etc.
Cape Cod Water Company, granted
City of Leominster, granted
City of Quincy, amended .
Framingham Contracting Company, revived, etc.
Improved Dwellings Association in Boston, extended
Massachusetts Loan Company, revived, etc.

The Fragment Society, amended
Cholsea, city of, bonds of, surrender, cancellation and exchange of certain

taking of stones, sand and gravel from certain beaches in, allowed

Savings Bank (see Bank, Chelsea Savings).
Chicopoo, city of, may borrow money to enlarge its high school buildings
Falls, operation of the line of the Hampden Railroad Corporation to, time ex-

tended for
Gas Light Company, action of the selectmen of South Hadley in annulling cer-

tain permits, etc., granted to, confirmed
CHURCHES:
First Baptist, in Randolph, Trustees of the Ministerial Fund of, may adopt

rules and regulations
First, in Roxbury, name changed from First Religious Society in Rox-

bury
First, of Christ, Trustees of the Funds for the Support of a Congregational

agregat
Gospel Minister in Bradford, name changed, etc.
First Methodist Episcopal, of Newton, trustees of, may hold additional prop-

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First Parish in Bradford, dissolved
St. John's Episcopal, The Bliss Trust of, incorporated .

St. Michael's, in Marblehead, may hold additional property
CITIES:

Attleboro, assistant assessors of, office established

certain sewer assessments in, validated .
may purchase and cancel certain indebtedness.
municipal expenditures in, approval of
school committee of, filling vacancies in
sewer loan commission, established
(See also Index to general acts.)

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CITIES continued.
Beverly, fire department of, pay of permanent men in, established

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may borrow money to relay certain water mains

195
may pay salaries to members of its board of aldermen

98
Boston, additional tunnels or subways in, construction of

354
assessment of poll taxes and registration in (see Index to general acts).
authority of, to issue certain bonds, revoked

68
buildings in, construction and remodeling of

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erection of

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height of

286
cellars and basements in, use as living rooms of

311
East Boston tunnel in, tolls for the use of, abolished

127, 279
Harrington, Edward, of, in favor of

423
harbor (see Index to general acts).
highway between Worcester and, investigation of the cost of widening

423
hiring of beds for tuberculous patients in

132
house of correction and penal institutions department of, civil service law ex-
tended to employees of

83
Improved Dwellings Association in, charter extended

61
licensing board for, fees of

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location of underground electrical wires, cables, etc., in

199
may appoint Daniel P. Keough veterinary surgeon in the fire department 68
may construct a high pressure fire pumping station .

281
may dispose of a part of the Dorchester south burying ground

61
may lease or sell certain land between Haverhill and Canal streets

122
may pay an annuity to the widow of Alfred Augustus Bestwick

304
to the widow of John Linnane

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to the widow of Frank J. Pendergast

60
may pension the widow of William Magner

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Warren H. Brown

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Joseph H. O'Toole

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may pay a sum of money to John Corrigan

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to Charles W. Miller .

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to Patrick Sheehan

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to the widow of Daniel Connor

108
to the widow of John F. Kennedy
to the widow of Richard Power

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to the widow of H. Joseph Quinn

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to the widow of William H. Woods

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may reinstate William J. O'Leary in the public works department

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may take certain land of the commonwealth to widen Harvard street

67
may transfer land and buildings of the parental school to the hospital depart-
ment

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McGovern, James, of, in favor of the family of

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Neponset river, bridge over, between Milton and (see Index to general acts).

bridge over, between Quincy and (see Index to general acts).
property lying within the city of Quincy belonging to, adjustment of taxes
assessed on

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public schools of, appropriations for

255, 347
payment of pensions to members of the teaching and supervising staff
of

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retirement fund for laborers employed by

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CITIES continued.
Boston, Shirley-Eustis mansion in, preservation of

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street railway between Summer street and Commonwealth piers, in, con-
struction of

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subway station at or near the corner of Boylston and Arlington streets in,
construction of (see also terminal)

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superintendent of the north city hay scales of, included within civil service 148
surface drainage in, cost of disposal of

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theatrical exhibitions in, revoking and suspending licenses for

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transit commission, payment for alterations in Treinont street subway

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tunnel or subway in the Charlestown district of, construction of

250
tunnels or subways. additional, construction of, in

354
West Roxbury parkway in, investigation of development of

429
(See also Index to general acts.)
wire commissioner of, powers of

192, 199
(See also Index to general acts.)
Brockton, may make an additional water loan

109
may pay a pension to James Keough
may pay a sum of money to James F. Powers .

118
waterway between Taunton and, investigation of cost of

442
Cambridge (see Index to general acts).
Chelsea, bonds of, surrender, cancellation and exchange of certain

134
taking of stone, sand and gravel from certain beaches in

46
Chicopee, may borrow money to enlarge its high school buildings

348
Everett, may pay a pension to James T. Farmer

69
wires and electrical appliances in .

181
Fall River, approval of plans for the improvement of Watuppa ponds and Que-
quechan river by the city council of .

338
Bradford Durfee Textile School of, The, maintenance of

424
Brightman street bridge in, appropriation for maintenance and operation of 126
clerk of board of police for, salary established .

163
dispensaries for outdoor relief in, overseers of the poor may maintain

84
port of, time extended for report on developing

397
(See also Index to general acts.)
Fitchburg, city treasurer and collector of taxes of, term of office of

247
department of streets and engineering in, established

114
Holyoke, manager of the gas and electric department of, placed under civil
service.

147
may establish the office of deputy city treasurer

327
may pay a sum of money to widow of John T. Lynch

336
operation of the line of Hampden Railroad Corporation to, time extended
for

249
school board of, may appoint school physicians, medical inspectors and school

317
Lawrence, issuing of certain notes or bonds by

153
(See also Index to general acts.)
Leominster, incorporated.

290
Lowell, cemetery commissioners of, appointment of

240
may borrow money for high school purposes

346
may borrow money to increase its water supply

135
may pay a sum of money to the mother of John J. Kenney

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state highway along the northerly bank of the Merrimac river in Dracut and,
investigation of the cost of extending

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