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Page Arlington vs. Lyons, 16, 17 Kempton vs. Saunders, .

30 Barrett vs. Dolan, 19 Kennedy vs. Owen,

11 Bell vs. Walsh,

26, 33 Lanesborough vs. County Commissioners, . 6 Bucher vs. Fitchburg R. R. 19 Little vs. Little,

6, 8, 12 Cambridge vs. Boston, 16 Madden vs. Springfield,

13 Campbell vs. Baldwin, 36 Manning vs. Lowell,

13 Carver vs. Peck, 26 Mansfield vs. Dyer,

24 Chipman vs. Fowle, 35 Mason vs. Smith,

24 Cobb vs. Rice, 26 Matthews is. Westborough,

10 Cochran vs. Goodell, 34 McKenna vs. Boston,

13 Colburn ts. Jewell 33 McNeil vs. Collinson,

20 Colburn vs. littridge, 13 McNulty rs. Cambridge,

13 Cole vs. Hall, .

33 Melvin is. Bird, Commonwealth vs. Brown, 32 Merchants' Ins. Co. vs. Abbott,

31 Commonwealth vs. Cooper, 37 Miles vs. Lynn,

13 Commonwealth vs. Donahoe, 38 Milford vs. Uxbridge,

16 Commonwealth vs. Harrington, 38 Milligan vs. Drury,

6 Commonwealth vs. Intoxicating Liquors, 20 Mooney vs. Salem,

13 Commonwealth vs. Luscomb, 14 Moran vs. Goodwin,

19 Commonwealth vs. Makely, . 37 Murphy vs. Lawrence, .

11 Commonwealth vs. Moore, 37 Newmarket Nat. Bank vs. Cram,.

32 Commonwealth vs. Moran, 32 Noonan vs. Lawrence,

13 Commonwealth vs. Osborn Mill, .

15 Norris vs. Mass. Ins. Co., Commonwealth vs. Perley, 18 O'Hare vs. Downing,

31 Commonwealth us. Philpot, 37 Oliver vs. Lynn,

6 Commonwealth vs. Ramsdell,

19 Osgood vs. Lynn,

31, 32, 33 Commonwealth vs. Whittaker, 38 Osgood vs. Lynn & Boston R. R..

22 Conant vs. Kent, 25 Parker vs. Abbott,

33 Coughlin vs. Gray, 7 Pebbles vs. Boston,

16 Cowdrey vs. Cowdrey, 25 Perkins vs. O'Mahoney,

19 Cowley us. Dobbins, 35 Perkins vs. Stockwell,

25 Crawford vs. Weston, 33 Post vs. Foxborough,

13 Cumming vs. Jacobs, 36 Prescott vs. Durfee,

25, 30 Curran vs. Holliston, 13 Purinton vs. Chamberlin,

30 Dalton vs. Salem, 13 Roach vs. Somerville,

13 Denison vs. Lincoln, 20 Robinson's case,

4,31 Dickie vs. Boston & Albany Railroad, . 4, 13 Rouse vs. Somerville,

13, 22 Donnelly vs. Fall River, 13 Sewall vs. Sewall, ·

26, 33 Easton vs. Wareham, 16 Shaughnessy vs. Lewis,

36 Farnsworth vs. Boardman, 15 Sheehan vs. Fitchburg, .

13 Fay vs. Greynon,

32 Simpson vs. Dix,

32, 33, 34 Fellows vs. Smith, 35 Spellman vs. Chicopee, .

13 Foster vs. Foster, . 26, 32 Sturtevant vs. Pembroke,

36 Goddard vs. Rawson, 14 Sullings vs. Ginn,

30 Hammond vs. Granger, 26 Taunton vs. Boston,

16 Hampden Cotton Mills vs. Payson, 34 Taylor vs. Woburn,

13 Hamilton vs. Farrar,

35 United Hebrew Association vs. Benshimol,. 23 Harris vs. Carmody, 32,34 Valpey vs. Rea,

33 Harwood vs. North Brookfield, 6,7 Walsh vs. Wilson, .

7 Hathaway vs. Fall River Nat. Bank, 30, 37 Warren vs. James,

34 Hicks vs. Westport, 7 Weller vs. Weller, .

25 Holmes vs. Charter Oak Ins. Co., 24 Wheeler vs. Raymond, .

26, 31 Home Savings Bank vs. Boston, 7, 8, 32 Whitman us. Groveland,

13 Howes vs. Grush, 35 Wilson vs. Sleeper,

36 Judd vs. Tryon,

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DIGEST OF LAWS.

1882.

CHAPTER 1.

OF THE JURISDICTION OF THE COMMONWEALTH AND PLACES CEDED TO

THE UNITED STATES.

SECTION 4 gives the United States concurrent jurisdiction with the Commonwealth over lands to which they acquire a title in fee for various public purposes, to which is now added, “or for the use of the United States Fish and Fisheries Commission.”

St. 1882, c. 131.

CHAPTER 2.

OF THE GENERAL COURT.

Sections 17, 18. Compensation of messengers and pages. Superseded by St. 1882, c. 257, SS 2, 3, fixing the compensation of the messengers at five dollars per day, doorkeepers, assistant doorkeepers and postmaster at five dollars per day and one hundred dollars in addition, and pages at three dollars per day.

SECTION 22. Compensation of assistant clerks of senate and house increased to twelve hundred dollars, from nine hundred dollars.

St. 1882, c. 257, § 1.

Section 27. The limit of the number of doorkeepers, assistant djorkeepers, messengers and pages is increased from twenty-five to thirty-two.

St. 1882, c. 257, § 4.

SECTION 34. No session of the legislature, and public offices closed, on Monday, when Christmas falls on Sunday.

St. 1882, c. 49.

CHAPTER 3.

OF TIIE STATUTES.

“Mayor and aldermen” shall mean “board of aldermen,” unless provision is otherwise made, and except in case of appointments.

St. 1882, c. 164.

SECTION 3. (G. S., c. 3, $ 7.) Robinson's case, 131 Mass. 376.

SECTION 3, Cl. 16. (G. S., C. 3, § 7.) Dickie vs. Boston & Albany Railroad, 131 Mass. 516.

CHAPTER 4.

OF THE PRINTING AND DISTRIBUTION OF THE LAWS AND PUBLIC

DOCUMENTS.

Tables of changes in the Public Statutes by subsequent legislation, and indexes, are to be prepared and published with such editions of the laws as the governor directs.

St. 1882, c. 238.

SECTION 7. St. 1882, c. 6, § 1, adds 6 of labor” after “ bureau of statistics."

SECTION 10. St. 1882, c. 158, gives the assistant clerks the same documents as the clerks.

By Res. 1882, c. 57, a contract for the state printing for five years is to be made in the mode there provided.

CHAPTER 5.

OF THE STATE HOUSE, THE SERGEANT-AT-ARMS, AND STATE LIBRARY.

The State Library.

SECTION 18. Two thousand dollars instead of eighteen hundred given for assistance in the library.

St. 1882, c. 29.

SECTION 20. The amount appropriated for books, furniture, etc., increased to thirty-three hundred dollars.

St. 1882, c. 196.

CHAPTER 6.

OF THE QUALIFICATION AND REGISTRATION OF VOTERS.

St. 1882, c. 247, provides the mode of correcting errors in names upon the tax-bills of persons assessed.

If the name of a person was on the check-list of the previous year, and he has been assessed, but his name is omitted from the list of polls by clerical error, the assessors may correct the mistake.

St. 1882, c. 268.

CHAPTER 7.

OF THE MANNER OF CONDUCTING ELECTIONS AND RETURNING VOTES.

SECTION 29, providing how check-lists shall be sealed up and preserved, is amended to require the clerk to keep them for the same time that he now keeps ballots, and then transmit them to the board acting as registrars of of voters, who are to preserve them on file.

St. 1882, c. 74. Section 45. If the copies of the records of votes are incomplete or erroneous, new copies may be required. Wilful neglect to furnish them is punished.

St. 1882, c. 28, $$ 1, 2.

An abstract of the returns, and a statement of all cases where corrected returns have been received, is furnished to newspapers applying, and the copies are open to inspection by persons interested.

St. 1882, c. 28, § 3. Detached stickers, or separate pieces of paper of a surface of less than sis square inches, are not to be counted, but are preserved.

St. 1882, c. 260.

CHAPTER 9.

OF THE ELECTION OF REPRESENTATIVES IN CONGRESS, AND ELECT

ORS OF PRESIDENT AND VICE-PRESIDENT.

SECTIONS 1, 2, fixing the congressional districts are superseded by the new act.

St, 1882, c. 253.

CII APTER 11.

OF THE ASSESSMENT OF TAXES.

SECTION 3. (G. S., c. 11, $ 3.) Milligan vs. Drury, 130 Mass. 428.

SECTION 4, describing taxable personal estate, is amended in the line rearing, “but not including in such debts due any loan on mortgage of real,” by striking out “due” and inserting in its place or indebtedness.”

St. 1882, c. 76. SECTION 5, C1. 3. St. 1882, c. 217, § 2, excludes from the exemption given to literary, scientific, and charitable institutions, persons and corporations wilfully omitting to bring in the list of real and personal property required, but it does not apply to corporations making returns to the insurance commissioner.

Section 14, which provides for the taxation of mortgaged real estate, and prevents double taxation, is amended by St. 1882, c. 175.

SECTION 20. Two classes are added : 8th, personal property held by an assignee in insolvency, or by an assignee for creditors, is assessed to him. 9th, held by joint owners, not partners, to them according to their respective interests.

St. 1882, c. 165. SECTION 24. (G. S., c. 11, $ 15.) Oliver vs. Lynn, 130 Mass. 143.

Section 33. (G. S., c. 39, St. 1873, c. 315.) Little vs. Little, 131 Mass. 367.

SECTION 38. A return of mortgaged real estate, giving the amount of the mortgage, is provided for in the law as to double taxation.

St. 1882, c. 175. A return of property held for literary, benevolent, charitable, or scientific purposes, and of the receipts and expenditures, is required of persons and corporations, except such as make return to the insurance commissioner under Pub. St., c. 115, S 11; 1882, c. 217.

SECTIONS 38, 39, 40. (G. S., c. 11, SS 22, 23, 25.) Lanesborough vs. County Commissioners, 131 Mass. 424.

SECTION 41. (G. S., c. 11, $ 27.) Harwood vs. North Brookfield, 130 Mass. 565.

SECTION 62. (G. S., c. 11, § 38.) Harwood vs. North Brookfield, 130 Mass. 563.

SECTION 69. (G. S., c. 11, § 43.) Oliver vs. Lynn, 130 Mass. 143.

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