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by said persons named in section one of this act, or any of them, and to structures, dams, conduits and other appurtenances to complete and effective water works, now owned and laid by them or either of them. The company Not to take cer. shall not have the right however, except by agreement except by

agreement. with the owner thereof, to take Beaver Dam spring, socalled, or any land now belonging to Albert and Fannie M. Clapp on the westerly side of the track of the New York, New Haven and Hartford Railroad Company, nor any of the adjoining land now owned by said Clapps lying on the northerly side of Willow street and between said track and Satuit brook, so-called, and situated at a distance of more than two hundred feet westerly from said brook. SECTION 2. Section four of said chapter three hun- 1893, 391, $ 4,

amended. dred and ninety-one is hereby amended by striking out the last sentence thereof. SECTION 3. This act shall take effect upon its passage.

Approved March 4, 1902.

etc.

AN ACT TO INCORPORATE THE SYMMES ARLINGTON HOSPITAL.

Chap.146 Be it enacted, etc., as follows:

SECTION 1. George Y. Wellington, William N. Symmes Arling. Winn, Charles A. Dennett, Henry Hornblower, William incorporated, H. H. Tuttle and Omar W. Whittemore, all of Arlington, the trustees named in the last will of Stephen Symmes late of Arlington, and their associates and successors, are hereby made a corporation by the name of the Symmes Arlington Hospital, for the purpose of establishing and maintaining in the town of Arlington a hospital and a training school for nurses, or in lieu thereof a home for aged indigent married couples and women, under and in accordance with the terms and provisions of said will, and of otherwise executing and carrying out the trusts and

purposes of said will; and said corporation shall bave and exercise all the rights, powers, privileges and authority given to or vested in said trustees by said will, and shall also have and exercise all the powers and privileges and be subject to all the duties, restrictions and liabilities contained in all general laws now or hereafter in force relating to such corporations.

SECTION 2. The corporation shall consist of the afore- Membership. said incorporators and such other persons as may at any

Gifts, bequests, etc.

legal meeting of the corporation be elected members
thereof by ballot.

SECTION 3. Said corporation shall have authority to
receive all the real and personal estate given, bequeathed
and devised by said will to the trustees therein named,
and also to receive and acquire other real and personal
estate by grant, devise, bequest, gift or subscription, to
an amount not exceeding in the whole two hundred
thousand dollars, and to hold, use and expend the same
under the trusts and for the purposes and objects set forth
in said will.

SECTION 4. Said corporation shall have full power to
elect or appoint such officers as from time to time it may
deem necessary or expedient; to fix and establish all
needful regulations, and all rates and charges for patients
at the hospital, and for membership in said home; and
generally to do all acts and things necessary or expedient
to be done to carry out the provisions and objects of said
will and of this act.
SECTION 5. This act shall take effect

upon

its

passage. Approved March 4, 1902.

Officers, appointment, etc.

Jamaica Savings Bank incorporated.

Chap.147 AN ACT TO INCORPORATE THE JAMAICA SAVINGS BANK.

Be it enacted, etc., as follows:

SECTION 1. Thomas L. Livermore, Thomas G. Plant,
Rudolph F. Haffenreffer, Arthur A. Maxwell, John J.
Cantwell, Michael J. Murray, William M. Clark, J.
Albert Brackett, Gustave Magnitzky, Andrew J. Peters,
Joseph B. Gould, John Duff, John Roessle and Thomas
D. Roberts, their associates and successors, are hereby
made a corporation by the name of the Jamaica Savings
Bank, with authority to establish and maintain a savings
bank in that part of the city of Boston which was for-
merly Roxbury, or in that part which was formerly West
Roxbury, and on Columbus avenue, or on Washington
street south of its junction with said avenue as now laid
out, or at some point westerly of the above locations ;
with all the powers and privileges and subject to all the
duties, liabilities and restrictions set forth in all general
laws now or hereafter in force relating to savings banks
and institutions for savings.
SECTION 2. This act shall take effect upon its passage.

Approved March 4, 1902.

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AN ACT TO AUTHORIZE THE BOSTON FIVE CENTS SAVINGS BANK Chap.148

TO HOLD ADDITIONAL REAL ESTATE.

Be it enacted, etc., as follows:

SECTION 1. The Boston Five Cents Savings Bank, The Boston Five incorporated by chapter two hundred and thirty-two of Bank may hold the acts of the year eighteen hundred and fifty-four, is estate. authorized to purchase and hold real estate in the city of Boston, not exceeding nine hundred thousand dollars in value, for the purposes set forth in the eighth clause of section twenty-six of chapter one hundred and thirteen of the Revised Laws. SECTION 2. This act shall take effect upon

its passage. Approved March 4, 1902.

An ACT TO AUTHORIZE THE CITIES OF EVERETT AND MALDEN TO Chap.149

MAKE CERTAIN SEWER ASSESSMENTS.

amended.

betterments.

Be it enacted, etc., as follows:

SECTION 1. Chapter four hundred and ninety-five of 1898.195. the acts of the year eighteen hundred and ninety-eight is hereby amended by striking out section two and inserting in place thereof the following new section : Section 2. Any estate in either of said cities which re- Assessment of ceives benefit by reason of sewer facilities furnished by virtue of a contract or contracts made under authority of this act, shall be subject to assessment therefor, such assessment to be levied and collected by the city in which the estate is situated, in the manner and to the extent now provided by law for the levy and collection of sewer assessments in that city. SECTION 2. This act shall take effect upon its passage.

Approved March 4, 1902.

CITY OF BOSTON.

AN ACT TO PROVIDE FOR WIDENING HYDE PARK AVENUE IN THE

Chap.150 Be it enacted, etc., as follows :

SECTION 1. The board of street commissioners of the Hyde Park city of Boston may, in that part of Boston which was formerly the town of West Roxbury, widen Hyde Park widened, ete. avenue to a width not exceeding eighty-five feet, and may take therefor a strip of land from the burial ground situated on the westerly side of said avenue, near and

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southerly from Walk Hill street; and the city of Boston,
by the officer or board constructing said avenue, may, and
at the request of parties interested shall, remove the re-
mains of the dead, if any there be in the part so taken,
to some other part of the said burial ground or to some
other cemetery
SECTION 2. This act shall take effect upon its passage.

Approved March 5, 1902.

Chap.151 An ACT RELATIVE TO THE LICENSING OF MONEY LENDERS IN THE

CITY OF LOWELL.

Board of police to grant certain licenses in Lowell.

Be it enacted, etc., as follows:

SECTION 1. Licenses to carry on the business of
lending money on personal property, which licenses are
granted under authority of section fifty-seven and the
following sections of chapter one hundred and two of
the Revised Laws, shall in the city of Lowell be granted
only by the board of police of that city.
SECTION 2. This act shall take effect upon its passage.

Approved March 5, 1902.

City council and board of aldermen in

Chap.152 AN ACT TO AMEND THE CHARTER OF THE CITY OF EVERETT.

Be it enacted, etc., as follows:

SECTION 1. Beginning with the next municipal year

after the passage of this act the city council and the board
Everett, elec-
tion, terms, etc. of aldermen of the city of Everett shall be composed and

elected as follows: The board of aldermen shall be com-
posed of seven members, one at large, and one from each
ward. At the first municipal election held after the pas-
sage of this act, and in every alternate year thereafter,
four aldermen shall be elected by the voters of the whole
city, as follows: One from the voters of ward one, one
from the voters of ward four, one from the voters of ward
five and one from the voters of ward six. The

persons
so elected shall hold office for the two municipal years
next succeeding their election. At the second municipal
election held after the passage of this act, and in every
alternate year thereafter, two aldermen shall be elected
by the voters of the whole city, as follows:- One from
the voters of ward two and one from the voters of ward
three. The persons so elected shall hold office for the
two municipal years next succeeding their election. At

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the second municipal election held after the passage of this act, and in every alternate year thereafter, one alderman at large shall be elected by and from the voters of the whole city, who shall hold office for the two municipal years next succeeding his election. Three members of the common council shall be elected annually by and from the voters of each ward, and the councilmen so elected shall hold office for the municipal year next succeeding their election.

SECTION 2. Section one of chapter three hundred and 1896, 366, $ 1 sixty-six of the acts of the year eighteen hundred and cept, etc. ninety-six, except as herein otherwise provided, is hereby repealed; but the aldermen and councilmen elected at the municipal election next prior to the passage of this act shall hold office until the expiration of the terms for which they were respectively elected.

SECTION 3. Section five of chapter three hundred and 1802, 365, $ 6, fifty-five of the acts of the year eighteen hundred and ninety-two is hereby amended by striking out the words “twelve o'clock, noon”, wherever they occur, and inserting in place thereof the words : - eight o'clock in the evening, so as to read as follows: — Section 5. The Municipal elec. municipal election shall take place annually on the second hangend.muntci

. Tuesday of December, and the municipal year shall begin at eight o'clock in the evening on the first Monday of January, and continue until eight o'clock in the evening on the first Monday of the following January. SECTION 4. Section eleven of said chapter three hun- 1892, 355, $ 11,

amended. dred and fifty-five is hereby amended by striking out the words “twelve o'clock, noon”, in the third line, and inserting in place thereof the words :- eight o'clock in the evening, so as to read as follows: Section 11. The Oath of office of mayor elect and the members elect of the city council members of shall, on the first Monday in the January succeeding their election, at eight o'clock in the evening, assemble together and be sworn to the faithful discharge of their duties. The oath may be administered to the mayor by the city clerk, or by a judge of a court of record, or by a justice of the peace, and the oath may be administered to the members of the city council by the mayor, or by the city clerk, or by a justice of the peace. In case of the absence of the mayor elect on the first Monday in January, or if a mayor shall be subsequently elected, the oath of office may at any time thereafter be adminis

city council.

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