The Revised Ordinances of 1885, of the City of Boston: As Passed and Approved December 14, 1885. (With Amendments Thereto, Passed and Approved, to May 1, 1886) Being the Ninth Revision. To which are Added the Revised Standing Regulations of the Board of Aldermen

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Rockwell and Churchill, city printers, 1886 - 275 pages

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Page 155 - ... the provisions of this chapter, shall be liable to a penalty of not less than twenty nor more than fifty dollars, and to a like penalty for every day's continuance of such violation.
Page 81 - ... in necessitous circumstances ; and also to the relief of the widows and orphans, in necessitous circumstances, of police officers who have died while in the service of the city.
Page 185 - In the construction of the statutes of this state the following rules shall be observed, unless such construction would be inconsistent with the manifest intent of the legislature, or repugnant to the context of the statute: . . . Second.
Page 158 - Water-closet the same floor, shall be supplied with water from a tank or cistern, and the flushing-pipe shall not be less than one inch in diameter ; but this requirement shall not apply to water-closets substituted for vaults, where the same are located outside of the building proper, and...
Page 155 - ... stands in the ground during the summer months. It shall be the duty of the inspector of buildings to give the grades at which piles may be cut off. Buildings exceeding thirty-five feet in height shall have not less than two rows of piles under all external and party-walls, and the piles shall be spaced not over three feet on centres in the direction of the length of the wall.
Page 10 - Sundays and legal holidays, from nine o'clock in the forenoon until five o'clock in the afternoon, except on Saturdays, when they may be closed at twelve o'clock, noon.
Page 96 - ... such rules and regulations as may be made by the board of aldermen, be placed in a street for the purpose of being sold at public auction.
Page 2 - ... shall take effect and be in force from and after the time therein respectively limited, without the sanction or confirmation of any Court or other authority whatsoever.
Page 202 - ... theatrical exhibitions, public shows, public amusements and exhibitions of every description to which admission is obtained upon payment of money or upon the delivery of any valuable thing...
Page 161 - The Museum shall be open for inspection every day on which the Public Library is opened, from ten o'clock in the morning till two in the afternoon, and from four o'clock till six in the evening, during the months of April, May, June, July, August, and September ; and from eleven in the morning till three in the afternoon, during the remainder of the year.

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