Public Documents of Massachusetts, Volumes 18-39

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Secretary of the Commonwealth, 1870 - Massachusetts
 

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Page 258 - ... such neglect or default continues, and without further notice or demand, enter into and upon the said premises, or any part thereof in the name of the whole, and repossess the same as of...
Page 133 - For amount paid other companies as rent for use of their roads, specifying each company, For salaries of president, treasurer, superintendent, law expenses, office expenses of the above offices, and all other expenses not included in nny of the foregoing items, .... Total miscellaneous, .... Total expenditures for working the road, INCOME DURING THE YEAR.
Page 323 - We believe that all citizens have an inherent right to the enjoyment of pure and uncontaminated air, and water, and soil; that this right should be regarded as belonging to the whole community; and that no one should be allowed to trespass upon it by his carelessness, or his avarice, or even by his ignorance.
Page 215 - For repairs of railway 36. For repairs of equipments, ..... 36. For repairs of real estate, 37. For wages, including the wages of every person regularly employed, excepting the president, directors, superintendent, and treasurer, . 38.
Page 267 - In addition to the penalties herein provided, the supreme judicial court shall have full equity powers to compel the observance of all orders, rules and regulations made by the board of aldermen of any city, or the selectmen of any town, or of any commissioners appointed in accordance with this act. SECT. 44. Street railway corporations now existing, shall continue to exercise and enjoy their powers and privileges, according to their respective charters and to the laws in force ; and shall continue...
Page 125 - YEAR. -For passengers : — 1. On main road, including branches owned by company, - - - - 2. To and from other roads, specifying what, For freight :— 1.
Page 344 - ... whom delivered ; and for each neglect he shall forfeit a sum not exceeding fifty dollars. Whoever purchases deadly poisons, as aforesaid, and gives a false or fictitious name to the apothecary or other person, shall be punished by fine not exceeding fifty dollars.
Page 120 - Amount of debts secured by mortgage of road and franchise, or any property of the corporation, per last report, Mortgage debt paid since last report, . . . 161.
Page 209 - THE RAIL-WAY. 34. For repairs of railway, . . . . 35. For repairs of equipments, . 36. For repairs of real estate, . . ... 37. For wages, including the wages of every person regularly employed, excepting the president, directors, superintendent, and treasurer, . For interest, For taxes and insurance, other than United States taxes, For United States taxes, 41.
Page 111 - For removing ice and snow, -(this item to include all labor, tools, repairs, and extra steam-power used...

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