Laws and Ordinances, Together with the Act to Incorporate the Town of Worcester, and Other Special Acts of the Legislature Relating to the Town and City: Supplement to the Laws and ordinances of the city of Worcester. 1868-76

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C. Hamilton, 1876 - 147 pages
 

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Page 114 - ... court shall order, to appear and answer to the said petition; the said summons shall be served fourteen days at least before the return day thereof, by leaving a copy thereof, and of the said petition, certified by the officer who shall...
Page 116 - Increase the capital stock, from time to time, to an amount not exceeding five hundred thousand dollars...
Page 97 - Animate, with all the powers and privileges, and subject to all the duties, liabilities, and restrictions, set forth in all general laws...
Page 92 - ... such officers or members, to make such requisitions in respect to their qualifications and period of service, to define their office and duties, to fix and pay such compensation for their services, and, in general, to make such regulations in regard to their conduct and government, and to the management and conduct of fires, and persons attending at fires, subject to the penalties provided for the breach of the city...
Page 115 - ... by the authority and for the purposes of this act, every such person or persons shall forfeit and pay to the said city three times the amount of the damages that shall be assessed therefor, to be recovered by any proper action.
Page 111 - Charlestown to an amount not exceeding two hundred thousand dollars, in addition to the amount -now authorized by the eleventh section of chapter one hundred and five of the acts of the year eighteen hundred and sixtyone.
Page 121 - ... shall be sentenced to pay a fine of not less than five dollars and not more than ten dollars...
Page 101 - ... a trial shall be had at the bar of the court in the same manner in which other civil causes are there tried by the jury, and if either party request it the jury shall view the place in question.
Page 91 - Children. For children more than three years of age, and less than twelve years of age, HALF PRICE is to be charged for each child ; and for childre'n under three years of age, under the care of an adult person, NO CHARGE is to be made. Baggage. Each driver of a hackney carriage, if requested so to do, shall carry with each passenger one trunk and one valise or carpet bag, or other article, and to contain clothing, without compensation therefor; but for every trunk or other article more than two,...
Page 134 - No motion or proposition on a subject different from that under consideration shall be admitted under color of amendment.

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