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Full text of "The General Laws of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, enacted December 22, 1920 : to take effect January 1, 1921, with the Constitution of the United States, the Constitution of the Commonwealth and the rearrangement thereof and tables showing the disposition of the revised laws and of other statutes of general application"



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State Library of Massachusetts 
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THE 

GENERAL LAWS 

OF 

Cfje Commontoealtf) of iHasiSacijugetts; 

Enacted December 22, 1920 
To TAKE Effect January 1, 1921 



WITH TlIK 



CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED STATES, 'THE CONSTITUTION OF THE 

COMMONWEALTH AND THE REARRANGEMENT THEREOF 

AND TABLES SHOWING THE DISPOSITION OF THE 

REVISED LAWS AND OF OTHER STATUTES 

OF GENERAL APPLICATION 



Vol.. I 

Chapters 1-127 




BOSTON 

WRIGHT & POTTER PRINTING CO., STATE PRINTERS 

32 DERNE STREET 

1921 



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INTRODUCTION. 



By Chapter 43 of the Resolves of 1916, the General Court authorized the ap- 
pointment of commissioners for consolidating and arranging the general laws, 
and on May 24, 1916, Henry W. Dunn of Boston, James M. Swift of Fall River, 
and M. Sumner Coggan of ]\Ialden were appointed. On June 30, 1917, Henry W. 
Dunn resigned, and in July of that year James A. Lowell of Newton was appointed 
in his place. On December 31, 1918, James M. Swift resigned, and in January, 
1919, Abraham K. Cohen of Boston was appointed in his place. 

The commissioners filed three reports recommending substantive changes in 
laws, which were acted on by the General Court, viz. : the preliminary report of 
the commissioners, dated January 7, 1918, and printed as a public document, 
also their special report and supplementary special report, printed, respectively, 
as House Documents Nos. 1270 and 1720 of 1919. For legislation based on these 
reports, see General Acts of 1918, Chapter 257, and General Acts of 1919, Chapters 
301 and 333. The commissioners made their final report to the General Court 
on June 1, 1920, submitting a consolidation of the Revised Laws and all statutes 
of general application enacted since the Revised Laws, including the General Acts 
of 1919. 

The first part of the consolidation, relating to the administration of the State 
government, was changed by the numerous recent amendments to the Consti- 
tution, notably the forty-sixth, prohibiting state aid to private institutions, the 
sixty-fotu-th, providing for biennial elections, and the six-ty-sixth, providing for 
the consolidation of all State boards and offices, except those under the Governor 
and Council, into not more than twenty departments. 

The material to be consolidated was about twice as great in volume as that 
consolidated in the Revised Laws, but the commissioners considerably shortened 
it by eliminating unnecessary verbiage and omitting special and obsolete provisions. 
No radical rearrangement was attempted, but changes from the order of previous 
consolidations have been made, to cure obvious defects and make this consolidation 
more logical and orderly and the laws on any subject more easy to find. 

The report of the commissioners was referred to a Joint Special Committee 
of the General Court of 1920. The several chapters of the Revised Laws and 

[iii] 



IV INTKODUCTION. 

the general laws enacted since, together with the corresponding parts of the com- 
missioners' report, were assigned to sub-committees, who reviewed the work of 
the commissioners in detail, and reported to the Joint Special Committee. Said 
committee then considered and acted upon all changes in and amendments to the 
commissioners' report. 

The suffrage and prohibition amendments to the Federal Constitution made 
necessary numerous changes in the election laws and in the laws relating to 
the manufacture and sale of alcoholic liquors. These changes were made by the 
Joint Special Committee. The passage by the people of the act to regulate the 
manufacture and sale of beer, cider and light wines made it necessary to include 
its provisions also in the consolidation. 

These amendments to the commissioners' report, with the addition of the 
Acts of 1920, were reported by the Joint Special Conunittee to the General Court 
at its special session beginning December 7, 1920. The consolidation so reported, 
with some modifications, was duly enacted and approved on December 22, 1920. 
This act, with the corrections authorized by Chapter 54, Resolves of 1921, is 
printed in these two volumes as the General Laws of the Commonwealth. Certain 
of these corrections, printed in House Document No. 1688 of 1921, have been 
ratified and confirmed by the General Covu-t in Chapter 55 of the Resolves of 
that year. The corrections not included in said document will be reported to 
the General Court at its next session. 

The tables of disposition of prior statutes, printed at the beginning of this 
volimie, begin with a table showing the disposition of the Revised Laws and im- 
portant later acts by subjects, which it is believed will be a convenience in finding 
the law, especially pending the publication of the index. In other respects the 
tables are similar to those accompanying the Revised Laws. The index, which 
is to be published as a separate volume, is being prepared by William E. Dorman, 
counsel to the Senate. Following the example of some other states, this index 
will refer to chapters and sections instead of to pages. 

References to kindred provisions in other chapters have been placed at the 
end of many chapters of the General Laws. INIarginal references to earlier 
statutes and to decisions are placed against each section, as in earlier consolida- 
tions. The decisions cited end with the year 1920, the last case being at volume 
236, page 526, of the Massachusetts Reports. Opinions of the Attorney General 
are also cited, those subsequent to the published opinions being cited by year and 
page of the annual report of that officer. They end with the report of 1920. The 
decisions and opinions cited have been collated by George F. Tucker. 

Senator Loring and Representatives Abbott and Young were appointed, by 
authority of the General Court (Resolves of 1920, Chapter 86), a committee to 



INTRODUCTION. V 

prepare the revision of the General Laws for printing, with an introduction and 
the Federal and State Constitutions. 

Messrs. Abbott and Young, acting upon the advisory opinion of the Justices 
of the Supreme Judicial Court, 233 Mass. 603, voted to print the Constitution of 
17S0, with its amendments, as the State Constitution. Mr. Loring, being of 
opinion that the Rearrangement of 1919 should be printed as the State Consti- 
tution, brought the matter before the Supreme Judicial Court on a writ of 
mandamus, which was argued by special assignment on April 25, 1921. A rescript 
of the Court, dated August 8, 1921, decided that the Constitution of 1780, with 
its various amendments, and not the Rearrangement of 1919, is the State Consti- 
tution. The laws could not go to press until this question was decided. Since 
then the work has gone forward as fast as conditions would permit. 

The committee has decided to print the Rearrangement of the Constitution, 
as provided in Article 158 thereof and in accordance with the following dictum 
in the Opinion of the Justices, 233 Mass. 603, 611: 

"The rearrangement of the Constitution is an important instrument. It purports to 
present in unified form and in logical sequence the existing and operative provisions of the 
Constitution. It possesses all the sanctions naturally flowing from the circumstances attend- 
ant upon its origin, composition, adoption, approval and ratification. Doubtless its con- 
venience and accessibility are its abundant justification." 

In printing the State Constitution and the Rearrangement, the proofs have 
been compared with the original documents, and the original wording and punc- 
tuation have been followed. 

The committee wishes to express its appreciation of the able report of the 
commissioners, M. Sumner Coggan, Chairman, later deceased, James A. Lowell 
and Abraham K. Cohen, and the assistance which they and their assistants gave 
to the Joint Special Committee. Henry D. Wiggin, Jr., counsel to the House of 
Representatives, who assisted the commissioners for more than three years, and 
George P. Drury, who was secretary to the commissioners, have also ably and 
acceptably supervised the work for the Committee on Printing. 

AUGUSTUS P. LORING. 
ESSEX S. ABBOTT. 
BENJAMIN LORING YOUNG. 



CONSTITUTION 



UNITED STATES OF AMERICA. 



PREAMBLE. 

Objects of the Constitution. 

ARTICLE I. 

Section 

1. Legislative powers, in whom vested. 

2. House of representatives, how and by 

whom chosen. — Qualifications of a 
representative. — Representatives 
and direct taxes, how apportioned. 

— Census. — Vacancies to be filled. 

— Choosing officers. Power of im- 
peachment. 

3. Senators, how and by whom chosen. — 

How classified. — Vacancies, how 
filled. — Qualifications of a senator. 

— President of the senate, his right 
to vote. — ■ President pro icm. and 
other officers of senate, how chosen. 

— Power to try impeachments. — 
When president is tried, chief justice 
to preside. — Sentence. 

4. Times, etc., of holding elections, how 

prescribed. — One session in each 
year. 

5. Membership. — Quorum. — Adjourn- 

ments. — • Rules. Power to punish 
or expel. — • Journal. — Time of ad- 
journment limited, unless, etc. 

6. Compensation. — Privileges. — Dis- 

qualification in certain cases. 

7. House to originate all revenue bills. — ■ 

Veto. — Bill may be passed by two- 
thirds of each house, notwithstand- 
ing, etc. — ■ Bill not returned in ten 
days. — Provision as to all orders, 
etc., except, etc. 

8. Powers of congress. 

9. Provision as to migration or importa- 

tion of certain persons. — Habeas 
corpiis. — Bills of attainder, etc. — 
Taxes, how apportioned. — No ex- 
port duty. — No commercial pref- 
erences. — ■ No money drawn from 
treasury, unless, etc. — No titular 
nobility. • — Officers not to receive 
presents, unless, etc. 



Section 

10. States prohibited from the exercise of 
certain powers. 

ARTICLE II. 

Section 

1. President and vice-president, their 

term of office. — Electors of presi- 
dent and \'ice-president, number, and 
how appointed. — Electors to vote 
on same day. — Qualifications of 
president. — On whom his duties de- 
volve in case of his removal, death, 
etc. — President's compensation. — 
His oath. 

2. President to be commander-in-chief. — 

He may require opinion of, etc., 
and may pardon. — Treaty-making 
power. — Nomination of certain offi- 
cers. — When president may fill va- 
cancies. 

3. President shall communicate to con- 

gress. — He may convene and ad- 
journ congress, in case, etc.; shall 
receive ambassadors, execute laws, 
and commission officers. 

4. All civil offices forfeited for certain 

crimes. 

ARTICLE III. 

Section 

1. Judicial power. — -Tenure. — Compen- 

sation. 

2. Judicial power, to what cases it ex- 

tends. — Original jurisdiction of su- 
preme court. — ■ Appellate. — Trial 
by jurj', except, etc. — Trial, where. 

3. Treason defined. — Proof of. — Pun- 

ishment of. 

ARTICLE IV. 

Section 

1. Credit to be given to public acts, etc., 

of every state. 

2. Privileges of citizens of each state. — 

Fugitives from justice to be delivered 
up. — Persons held to service, having 
escaped, to be delivered up. 



CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED STATES. 



Section 

3. Admission of new states. — Power of 

congress over territory and other 
property. 

4. Republican form of government guar- 

anteed. — Each state to be protected. 

ARTICLE V. 
Constitution, how amended. — Proviso. 

ARTICLE VI. 

Certain debts, etc., adopted. — Supremacy 
of constitution, treaties and laws of 
the United States. — Oath to sup- 
port constitution, by whom taken. — 
No religious test. 

ARTICLE VII. 

What ratification shall establish constitu- 
tion. 

AMENDMENTS. 
Article 

1. Religious establishment prohibited. — 

Freedom of speech, of the press, and 
right to petition. 

2. Right to keep and bear arms. 

3. No soldier to be quartered in any house, 

unless, etc. 

4. Right of search and seizure regulated. 

5. Provisions concerning prosecutions, 

trials and punishments. — Private 



Article 

property not to be taken for public 
use, without, etc. 

6. Further provisions respecting criminal 

prosecutions. 

7. Right of trial by jury secured. 
S. Bail, fines and punishments. 
0. Rule of construction. 

10. Same subject. 

11. Same subject. 

12. Manner of choosing president and vice- 

president. 

13. Slavery abolished. — Appropriate legis- 

lation. 

14. Citizenship defined. — Apportionment 

of representatives. — Certain persons 
in rebellion excluded from office. — 
Debts of United States; of states 
incurred in aid of rebellion. — Appro- 
priate legislation. 

15. Right to vote not to be abridged on 

account of race, etc. — Appropriate 
legislation. 

16. Taxation of incomes. 

17. Senators, how and by whom chosen, 

— Election to fill vacancies. — 
Temporary appointments. — Amend- 
ment not retroactive. 

18. Intoxicating liquors for beverage pur- 

poses prohibited. — Appropriate leg- 
islation. — ■ Time for ratification. 

19. Right to vote not to be abridged on 

account of sex. — Appropriate legis- 
lation. 



WE the people of the United States, in order to form a more perfect 
union, estabUsh justice, insure domestic tranquilhty, provide for the 
common defence, promote the general welfare, and secure the blessings 
of liberty to ourselves and our posterity, do ordain and establish this 
Constitution for the United States of America. 



Legislative 
powers, in 



House of rep- 
resentatives, 
how and by 
whom chosen. 



Qualifications 
of a represent- 
ative. 



Representa- 
tives and 
direct taxes, 
how appor- 
tionea. 
See amend- 
ments XIV, 
XVI. 



.\IITICLE I. 

Sect. 1. All legislative powers herein granted shall be vested in a 
congress of the United States, which shall consist of a senate and house 
of representatives. 

Sect. 2. The house of representatives shall be composed of members 
chosen every second year by the people of the several states, and the 
electors in each state shall have the cjualifications requisite for electors 
of the most numerous branch of the state legislature. 

No person shall be a representative who shall not have attained to the 
age of twenty-five j'ears, and been seven years a citizen of the United 
States, and who shall hot, when elected, be an inhabitant of that state 
in which he shall be chosen. 

Representatives and direct taxes shall be apportioned among the 
several states which may be included within this Union, according to 
their respective numbers, which shall be determined by adding to the 
whole number of free persons, including those bound to service for a 
term of years, and excluding Indians not taxed, three-fifths of all other 
persons. The actual enumeration shall be made within three years after 



CONSTITUTION OF THE irXITED STATES. is 

the first meeting of the congress of the United States, and within every 
subsequent term of ten years, in such manner as they shall by law direct. 
The number of representatives shall not exceed one for every thirty 
thousand, but each state shall have at least one representative; and un- 
til such enumeration shall be made, the state of New Hampshire shall be 
entitled to choose three, Massachusetts eight, Rhode Island and Provi- 
dence Plantations one, Connecticut five. New York six, New Jersey four, 
Pennsylvania eight, Delaware one, Maryland six, Virginia ten. North 
Carolina five. South Carolina five, and Georgia three. 

When vacancies happen in the representation from any state, the ^-acan<•ie3 to 
executive authority thereof shall issue writs of election to fill such ''^'•"^"i- 
vacancies. 

The house of representatives shall choose their speaker and other Choosing offi- 
officers; and shall have the sole power of impeachment. fmpearhment°^ 

Sect. 3. [The senate of the United States shall be composed of two Senatoi-s, how 
senators from each state, chosen by the legislature thereof, for six years; chosen."''"" 
and each senator shall have one vote.] 

Amendment XVII a substitute for this paragraph. 

Immediately after they shall be assembled in consequence of the first How classified. 
election, they shall be di\ided as equally as may be into three classes. 
The seats of the senators of the first class shall be vacated at the expira- 
tion of the second year, of the second class at the expiration of the fourth 
year, and of the third class at the ex-piration of the sixth year, so that 
one-third may be chosen every second year; [and if vacancies happen by vacancies, how 
resignation, or other,\-ise, during the recess of the legislature of any state. Amendment 
the executive thereof may make temporary appointments until the nex-t 3^|\"g''fo"'thi3 
meeting of the legislature, which shall then fill such vacancies.] provision. 

No person shall be a senator who shall not have attained to the age of Qualifications 
thirty years, and been nine years a citizen of the United States, and who 
shall not, when elected, be an inhabitant of that state for which he shall 
be chosen. 

The \-ice-president of the United States shall be president of the senate, President of 
but shall have no vote, unless they be equally divided. rlghtTo'vo'te'^ 

The senate shall choose their other officers, and also a president pro President pro 
tempore, in the absence of the \'ice-president, or when he shall exercise office^rs of°sen- 
the office of president of the United States. chosen"' 

The senate shall have the sole power to try all impeaclmients. When Power to try 
sitting for that purpose, they shall be on oath or affirmation. When the '™p<=*'='^«''ts- 
president of the United States is tried, the chief justice shall preside: whenpresi- 
and no person shall be convicted \\'ithout the concurrence of two-thirds chfe'f justlce'to 
of the members present. preside. 

Judgment in cases of impeachment shall not ex-tend further than to Sentence. 
removal from office, and disqualification to hold and enjoy any office of 
honor, trust or profit under the United States : but the party convncted 
shall nevertheless be liable and subject to indictment, trial, judgment 
and punishment, according to law. 

Sect. 4. The times, places and manner of holding elections for Times, etc.. of 
senators and representatives, shall be prescribed in each state by the tions'.^how^re- 
legislature thereof; but the congress may at any time by law make or ^°"''^''- 
alter such regulations, except as to the places of choosing senators. 

The congress shall assemble at least once in every year, and such One session in 
meeting shall be on the first Monday in December, unless they shall by "^^ ^'''^^' 
law appoint a different day. 



CONSTITUTION OF THE ^^^TED STATES. 



Quorum. 
Adjournments. 



Rules. Power 
to punish or 
espel. 



Time of ad- 
journment 
limited, unless, 



House to origi- 
nate all rev- 
enue bills. 
126 Mass. 557, 

191 Mass. 370. 



Bill may be 
passed by two- 
thirds of each 



227 Mass. 538. 



Bill not re- 
turned in ten 
days. 



Provision as to 
all orders, etc., 
except, etc. 



Sect. 5. Each house shall be the judge of the elections, returns and 
qualifications of its o%vn members, and a majority of each shall con- 
stitute a quorum to do business ; but a smaller number may adjourn from 
day to day, and may be authorized to compel the attendance of absent 
members, in such manner, and under such penalties as each house may 
provide. 

Each house may determine the rules of its proceedings, punish its 
members for disorderly beha\-ior, and, •with the concurrence of two- 
thirds, expel a member. 

Each house shall keep a journal of its proceedings, and from time to 
time publish the same, excepting such parts as may in their judgment 
require secrecy; and the yeas and nays of the members of either house 
on any question shall, at the desire of one-fifth of those present, be 
entered on the journal. 

Neither house, during the session of congress, shall, without the con- 
sent of the other, adjourn for more than three days, nor to any other 
place than that in which the two houses shall be sitting. 

Sect. 6. The senators and representatives shall receive a compensa- 
tion for their services, to be ascertained by law, and paid out of the 
treasury of the United States. They shall in all cases, except treason, 
felony and breach of the peace, be pri\-ileged from arrest during their 
attendance at the session of their respective houses, and in going to 
and returning from the same; and for any speech or debate in either 
house, they shall not be questioned in any other place. 

No senator or representative shall, during the time for which he was 
elected, be appointed to any ci\-il office under the authority of the United 
States, which shall have been created, or the emoluments whereof shall 
have been increased during such time; and no person holding any office 
under the United States, shall be a member of either house during his 
continuance in office. 

Sect. 7. All bills for raising revenue shall originate in the house of 
representatives; but the senate may propose or concur with amendments 
as on other bills. 

Every bill which shall have passed the house of representatives and 
the senate, shall, before it become a law, be presented to the president of 
the United States; if he approve he shall sign it, but if not he shall re- 
turn it, with his objections to that house in which it shall have originated, 
who shall enter the objections at large on their journal, and proceed to 
reconsider it. If after such reconsideration two-thirds of that house 
shall agree to pass the bill, it shall be sent, together with the objections, 
to the other house, by which it shall like-n-ise be reconsidered, and if ap- 
proved by two-thirds of that house, it shall become a law. But in all 
such cases the votes of both houses shall be determined by yeas and nays, 
and the names of the persons voting for and against the bill shall be en- 
tered on the joiu-nal of each house respectively. If any bill shall not be 
returned by the president ■u'ithin ten days (Sundays excepted) after it 
shall have been presented to him, the same shall be a law, in like manner 
as if he had signed it, unless the congress by their adjournment prevent 
its return, in which case it shall not be a law. 

Every order, resolution, or vote to which the concurrence of the senate 
and house of representatives may be necessary (except on a question of 
adjournment) shall be presented to the president of the United States; 
and before the same shall take effect, shall be approved by him, or being 



CONSTITUTION OF THE XTXITED STATES. xi 

disapproved by him, shall be repassed by two-thirds of the senate and 
house of representatives, according to the rules and limitations prescribed 
in the case of a bill. 

Sect. 8. The congress shall have po^ve^ — to lay and collect taxes. Powers of 
duties, imposts and excises, to pay the debts and pro-vide for the common 4°G?a?,^559. 
defence and general welfare of the United States; but all duties, im- JoMlen'Mo 
posts and excises shall be uniform throughout the United States; — to loi Mass. 303. 

1 _,! 1-, i> ,1 TT ■ 1 r^ 1 106 Mass. 356. 

borrow money on the credit or the United States; — to regulate com- 129 Mass. sso. 
merce with foreign nations, and among the several states, and with the 143 i.illi. 2'm. 
Indian tribes; — to establish an uniform rule of naturalization, and i56mS;236! 
uniform laws on the subject of bankruptcies throughout the United }62MaS'ii3 
States; — to coin money, regulate the value thereof, and of foreign coin, }^ ^J|^^- p?- 
and fix the standard of weights and measures; — to provide for the pun- i^i Mass- 545. 
ishment of counterfeiting the securities and current coin of the United 201 Mass! seJi 
States; — to establish post offices and post roads; — -to promote the 34i,'4oT' ^"' 
progress of science and useful arts, by securing for limited times to au- "^^^^ss. 101, 
thors and inventors the exclusive right to their respective WTitings and HI m^' sal- 
discoveries; — to constitute tribunals inferior to the supreme court; — 5I|-,, „„,' 

,„ , ... . ii<i. • 111., 236 Mass. 281. 

to denne and punish piracies and felonies committed on the high seas, 1?? [{■ s. 240. 
and offences against the law of nations; — ■ to declare war, grant letters 231 u'. s. 68. ' 
of marque and reprisal, and make rules concerning captures on land and 267!'' 
water; — • to raise and support armies, but no appropriation of money to (Igio)' i63. 
that use shall be for a longer term than two years; — to proxade and 
maintain a na\y ; ■ — to make rules for the government and regulation of 
the land and naval forces; — to provide for calling forth the militia to 
execute the laws of the Union, suppress insm-rections, and repel inva- 
sions;— to provide for organizing, arming, and disciplining the militia, 
and for governing such part of them as may be employed in the service 
of the United States, reserving to the states respectively, the appointment 
of the officers, and the authority of training the militia according to the 
discipline prescribed by congress; — to exercise exclusive legislation in 
all cases whatsoever, o\'er such district (not exceeding ten miles square) 
as may, by cession of particular states, and the acceptance of congress, 
become the seat of the government of the United States, and to exercise 
like authority over all places purchased by the consent of the legislature 
of the state in which the same shall be, for the erection of forts, magazines, 
arsenals, dock yards, and other needful buildings; — and to make all 
laws which shall be necessary and proper for carrying into execution 
the foregoing powers, and all other powers vested by this constitution 
in the government of the United States, or in any department or officer 
thereof. 

Sect. 9. The migration or importation of such persons, as any of Provision as to 
the states now existing shall think proper to admit, shall not be prohibited importation of 
by the congress prior to the year one thousand eight hundred and eight, sons.'" ^"' 
but a tax or duty may be imposed on such importation, not exceeding 
ten dollars for each person. 

The pri\ilege of the writ of habeas corpus shall not be suspended. Habeas corp^. 
unless when in cases of rebellion or invasion the public safety may 
require it. 

No bill of attainder or ex post facto law shall be passed. teiider Wo 

No capitation, or other direct tax, shall be laid, unless in proportion Taxes, how 
to the census or enumeration hereinbefore directed to be taken. seeamenlment 

3 Op. A. G. 267. XVI. 



CONSTITUTIOISr OF THE UNITED STATES. 



No commercia 
preferences. 



No money 
drawn from 
treasury , 



No titular 
nobility. 
Officers not to 
receive pres- 
ents, unless, 
etc. 

States pro- 
hibited from 
the exercise 
of certain 
powers. 
7 Cush. 53. 
12 Allen, 421, 
424, 428. 
103 Mass. 267. 
115 Mass. 153. 
151 Mass. 364. 
160 Mass. 62. 

172 Mass. 264. 

173 Mass. 322. 
176 Mass. 9. 
178 Mass. 330. 

180 Mass. 67. 

181 Mass. 111. 

182 Mass. 41, 
49, 80. 

184 Mass. 320. 

188 Mass. 521. 

189 Mass. 70, 
263. 

190 Mass. 605. 
197 Mass. 443. 

226 Mass. 618. 

227 Mass. 331. 
231 Mass. 113. 



No tax or duty shall be laid on articles exported from any state. 

235 Mass. 572. 

No preference shall be given by any regulation of commerce or revenue 
to the ports of one state over those of another; nor shall vessels bound 
to, or from, one state, be obliged to enter, clear or pay duties in another. 

No money shall be drawn from the treasury, but in consequence of 
appropriations made by law ; and a regular statement and account of the 
receipts and expenditures of all public money shall be published from 
time to time. 

No title of nobility shall be granted by the United States; and no 
person holding any office of profit or trust under them shall, without the 
consent of the congress, accept of any present, emolument, office or 
title, of any kind whatever, from any king, prince, or foreign state. 

Sect. 10. No state shall enter into any treaty, alliance, or con- 
federation; grant letters of marque and reprisal; coin money; emit 
bills of credit; make any thing but gold and silver coin a tender in 
payment of debts; pass any bill of attainder, ex post facto law, or 
law impairing the obligation of contracts, or grant any title of nobility. 
No state shall, without the consent of the congress, lay any imposts 
or duties on imports or exports, except what may be absolutely nec- 
essary for executing its inspection laws: and the net produce of all 
duties and imposts, laid by any state on imports or exports, shall be 
for the use of the treasury of the United States; and all such laws 
shall be subject to the revision and control of the congress. No state 
shall, without the consent of congress, lay any duty of tonnage, keep 
troops, or ships of war in time of peace, enter into any agreement or 
compact with another state, or with a foreign power, or engage in 
war, unless actually invaded, or in such imminent danger as will not 

admit of delay. 232 Mass. 329. 235 Mass. 572. 221 U. S. 060. 



246 U. S. 135. 147. 

2 Op. A. G. 125, 195, 261, 

354, 426. 



4 Op. A. G. 33, 272, 278, 
282, 407, 529. 



Op. A. G. (1919) 32. 
Op. A. G. (1920) 120. 



President and 
vice-president, 
their term of 
office. 



Electors of 
president and 
vice-president, 
number, and 
how appointed. 
Op. A. G. 
(1920) 201. 



Amendment 
XII a substi- 
tute for this 



ARTICLE II. 

Sect. 1. The executive power shall be vested in a President of 
the United States of America. He shall hold his office during the 
term of four years, and, together \\ith the vice-president, chosen for 
the same term, be elected, as follows: ■ — 

Each state shall appoint, in such manner as the legislature thereof 
may direct, a number of electors, equal to the whole number of senators 
and representatives to which the state may be entitled in the congress; 
but no senator or representative, or person holding an office of trust 
or profit under the United States, shall be appointed an elector. 

[The electors shall meet in their respective states, and vote by ballot 
for two persons, of whom one at least shall not be an inhabitant of the 
same state with themselves. And they shall make a list of all the 
persons voted for, and of the number of votes for each; which list they 
shall sign and certify, and transmit sealed to the seat of the govern- 
ment of the United States, directed to the president of the senate. 
The president of the senate shall, in the presence of the senate and 
house of representatives, open all the certificates, and the votes shall 
then be counted. The person having the greatest number of votes 
shall be the president, if such number be a majority of the whole num- 
ber of electors appointed; and if there be more than one who have 



CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED STATES. xiil 

such majority, and have an equal number of votes, then the house 
of ^ep^esentati^'es shall immediately choose by ballot one of them for 
president; and if no person have a majority, then from the five highest 
on the list the said house shall in like manner choose the president. 
But in choosing the president, the votes shall be taken by states, the 
representation from each state having one vote; a quorum for this 
purpose shall consist of a member or members from two-tliirds of the 
states, and a majority of all the states shall be necessary to a choice. 
In every case, after the choice of the president, the person having the 
greatest number of votes of the electors shall be the vice-president. 
But if there should remain two or more who have equal votes, the 
senate shall choose from them by ballot the \ice-president.] 

The congress may determine the time of choosing the electors, and Electors to 
the day on which they shall give their votes; which day shall be the day!™^^"^ 
same throughout the United States. 

No person except a natural born citizen, or a citizen of the United Quaiificationa 
States, at the time of the adoption of this constitution, shall be eligible 
to the office of president; neither shall any person be eligible to that 
office who shall not have attained to the age of thirty-five years, and 
been fourteen years a resident witliin the United States. 

In case of the removal of the president from office, or of his death, On whom his 
resignation, or inability to discharge the powers and duties of the fQ^'aseliThir 
said office, the same shall devolve on the vice-president, and the con- deTth^^itc. 
gress may by law provide for the case of removal, death, resignation, 
or inability, both of the president and \'ice-president, declaring what 
officer shall then act as president, and such officer shall act accordingly, 
until the disability be removed, or a president shall be elected. 

The president shall, at stated times, receive for his services, a com- President's 
pensation, which shall neither be increased nor diminished during "=°™p^°^"°"'- 
the period for which he shall have been elected, and he shall not receive 
within that period any other emolument from the United States, or 
any of them. 

Before he enter on the execution of his office, he shall take the follow- 
ing oath or affirmation : — 

" I do solemnly swear (or affirm) that I wll faithfully execute the His oath. 
office of president of the United States, and will to the best of my ability, 
preserve, protect and defend the constitution of the United States." 

Sect. 2. The president shall be commander-in-chief of the army President to 
and na\y of the United States, and of the militia of the several states, hT-c'iST*''''"" 
when called into the actual service of the United States; he may require Julre'tpinTon 
the opinion, in writing, of the principal officer in each of the executive °^- <=*"=• 5"^ 

J ■, . ^ , .^ 1 1 • I. , • . ™^>' PMdon. 

departments, upon any subject relatmg to the duties of their respective 
offices, and he shall have power to grant reprieves and pardons for 
offences against the United States, except in cases of impeaclmient. 

He shall have power, by and Mith the advice and consent of the Treaty-making 
senate, to make treaties, provided two-thirds of the senators present igriiass. 276. 
concur; and he shall nominate, and by and with the advice and con- Nomination of 
sent of the senate, shall appoint ambassadors, other public ministers '""'''^"' °®"=^''^- 
and consuls, judges of the supreme court, and all other officers of the 
United States, whose appointments are not herein otherwise provided 
for, and which shall be established by law: but the congress may 
by law vest the appointment of such inferior officers, as they think 
proper, in the president alone, in the courts of law, or in the heads 
of departments. 



CON8TITUTION OF THE I^ITED STATES. 



When presi- 
dent may fill 
vacancies. 



President shall 
communicate 
to congress. 

He may con- 
vene and ad- 
journ congress, 
in case, etc. 



Shall receive 
ambassadors, 
execute laws, 
and commis- 
sion officers. 
All civil offices 
forfeited for 
certain crimes. 



The president shall haA'e po^-er to fill up all vacancies that may 
happen rliirine: the recess of the senate, by granting commissions which 
shall expire at the end of their next session. 

Sect. 3. He shall from time to time give to the congress information 
of the state of the Union, and recommend to their consideration such 
measures as he shall judge necessary and expedient; he may, on extraor- 
dinary occasions, convene both houses, or either of them, and in case 
of disagreement between them, "with respect to the time of adjourn- 
ment, he may adjourn them to such time as he shall think proper; 
he shall receive ambassadors and other public ministers; he shall take 
care that the laws be faithfully executed, and shall commission all the 
officers of the United States. 

Sect. 4. The president, ^-ice-president, and all civil officers of the 
United States, shall be removed from office on impeachment for, and 
conviction of, treason, bribery, or other high crimes and misdemeanors. 



Judicial 
power. 



Judicial 
power, to what 
cases it ex- 
tends. 

130 Mass. 431. 
152 Mass. 230. 
231 Mass. 313. 
235 Mass. 538. 
139 U. S. 240. 



Original juris- 
diction of 
supreme court. 



Appellate. 



Trial by jury, 
except, etc. 
Trial, where. 



ARTICLE III. 

Sect. 1. The judicial power of the United States shall be vested in 
one supreme court, and in such inferior courts as the congress may 
from time to time ordain and establish. The judges, both of the supreme 
and inferior courts, shall hold their offices during good behavior, and 
shall, at stated times, receive for their services, a compensation, which 
shall not be diminished during their continuance in office. 

Sect. 2. The judicial power shall extend to all cases, in law and 
equity, arising under this constitution, the laws of the United States, 
and treaties made, or which shall be made, under their authority; — 
to all cases affecting ambassadors, other public ministers, and consuls; 
• — to all cases of admiralty and maritime jurisdiction; — to contro- 
versies to which the United States shall be a party; — to controversies 
between two or more states; — between a state and citizens of another 
state; ^ — between citizens of different states; — between citizens of 
the same state claiming lands under grants of different states, and 
between a state, or the citizens thereof, and foreign states, citizens or 
subjects. 

In all cases affecting ambassadors, other public ministers and consuls, 
and those in which a state shall be a party, the supreme court shall 
have original jurisdiction. In all the other cases before mentioned, 
the supreme court shall have appellate jurisdiction, both as to law 
and fact, with such exceptions, and under such regulations as the 
congress shall make. 

The trial of all crimes, except in cases of impeachment, shall be by 
jury; and such trial shall be held in the state where the said crimes 
shall have been committed; but when not committed within any 
state, the trial shall be at such place or places as the congress may by 
law have directed. 

Sect. 3. Treason against the United States, shall consist only in 
le\'^dng war against them, or in adhering to their enemies, giving them 
aid and comfort. No person shall be convicted of treason unless on the 
testimony of two witnesses to the same overt act, or on confession in 
open court. 

The congress shall have power to declare the punishment of treason, 
but no attainder of treason shall work corruption of blood, or forfeiture 
except during the life of the person attainted. 



CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED STATES. XV 

ARTICLE IV. 

Sect. 1. Full faith and credit shall be given in each state to the Credit to he 
public acts, records, and judicial proceedings of every other state. And a'ctret°c.!"''''^° 
the congress may by general laws prescribe the manner in which such 99jS.^267^' 
acts, records and proceedings shall be proved, and the effect thereof. \\^ ^Im- J^°- 

122 Mass. 156. 1S9 Mass. 85. 209 Mass. 282. 

126 Mass. 26. 191 Mass. 128. 231 Mass. 113. 

142 Mass. 47. 192 Mass. 137. 232 Mass. 224. 

149 Mass. 223. 203 Mass. 159. 133 U. S. 107. 

Sect. 2. The citizens of each state shall be entitled to all privi- ^tirenf o^f°^ 
leges and immunities of citizens in the several states. each state. 

3 Gray. 268. 157 Mass. 367. 188 Mass. 239. 

11 Allen, 268. 173 Mass. 322. 236 Mass. 185. 

152 Mass. 230. 174 Masa. 29. 4 Op. A. G. 240. 

A person charged in any state with treason, felony, or other crime. Fugitives from 
who shall flee from justice, and be found in another state, shall, on i"!'vMe*dup. 
demand of the executive authority of the state from which he fled, JslMSua: 
be delivered up to be removed to the state having jurisdiction of the ^^^ '^'^^^ *^^- 
crime. 

No person held to ser\'ice or labor in one state, under the laws thereof, f 6"°°? ""ey 

. . 1 1 11 • . I *** service, hav- 

escaping into another, shall, in consequence of any law or regulation jf^j^'i'^'^P''')! '° 
therein, be discharged from such service or labor, but shall be deliv- up. 
ered up on claim of the party to whom such ser\ice or labor may be 
due. 

Sect. 3. New states may be admitted by the congress into this Admission ot 
Union; but no new state shall be formed or erected within the juris- °«^"'='"es. 
diction of any other state; nor any state be formed by the junction 
of two or more states, or parts of states, without the consent of the 
legislatures of the states concerned as well as of the congress. 

The congress shall have power to dispose of and make all needful ^"els^over'^ter- 
rules and regulations respecting the territory or other property be- ritoryand 
longing to the United States ; and nothing in this constitution shall be ° " ^""^^^ ^' 
so construed as to prejudice any claims of the United States, or of 
any particular state. 

Sect. 4. The United States shall guarantee to every state in this Republican 
Union a republican form of government, and shall protect each of erame°nt^guar- 
them against invasion, and on application of the legislature, or of the EaclTitate to 
executive (when the legislature cannot be convened) against domestic ^^ protected. 
violence. 

ARTICLE V. 

The congress, whenever two-thirds of both houses shall deem it Constitution^ 
necessary, shall propose amendments to this constitution, or, on the °''*™™ 
application of the legislatures of two-thirds of the several states, shall 
call a convention for proposing amendments, which, in either case, 
shall be valid to all intents and purposes, as part of this constitution, 
when ratified by the legislatures of three-fourths of the several states, 
or by conventions in three-fourths thereof, as the one or the other 
mode of ratification may be proposed by congress; provided that no Proviso, 
amendment which may be made prior to the year one thousand eight 
hundred and eight shall in any manner affect the first and fourth clauses 
in the ninth section of the first article; and that no state, without its 
consent, shall be deprived of its equal suffrage in the senate. 



CONSTITLTION OF THE ITSTITED STATES. 



Certain debts, 
etc., adopted. 



Supremacy of 
constitution, 
treaties and 
laws of the 
United States. 
191 Mass. 276. 
Op. A. G. 
(1918) 44. 



Oath to sup- 
port constitu- 
tion, by whom 
taken. 
Op. A. G. 
(1917) 87. 



ARTICLE VI. 

All debts contracted and engagements entered into, before the adop- 
tion of this constitution, shall be as valid against the United States 
under this constitution, as under the confederation. 

This constitution, and the laws of the United States which shall be 
made in pursuance thereof; and all treaties made, or which shall be 
made, under the authority of the United States, shall be the supreme 
law of the land; and the judges in every state shall be bound thereby, 
any thing in the constitution or laws of any state to the contrary 
notwithstanding. 

The senators and representatives before mentioned, and the mem- 
bers of the several state legislatures, and all executive and judicial 
officers, both of the United States and of the se\'eral states, shall be 
bound by oath or affirmation, to support this constitution; but no 
religious test shall ever be required as a quaHfication to any office or 
public trust under the United States. 



What ratifica- 
tion shall 
establish con- 
stitution. 



ARTICLE VII. 

The ratification of the conventions of nine states, shall be sufficient 
for the establishment of this constitution between the states so rati- 
fying the same. 



.ARTICLES 



Religious es- 
tablishment 
prohibited. 
Freedom of 
speech, of the 
press, and 
right to peti- 
tion. 



No soldier to 
be quartered 
in any hoiise, 
unless, etc. 

Right of search 
and seizure 
regulated. 
209 Mass. 396. 



Provisions con- 
cerning prose- 
cutions, trials 
and punish- 
ments. 

12 Pick. 496. 
8 Gray, 329. 
1 Allen, 150. 

13 Allen, 354. 



IN .ADDITION TO AND AMENDMENT OF 

The constitution of the United States of Avierica, proposed by congress, 
and ratified by the legislatures of the several states, pursuant to the fifth 
article of the original constitution. 

Art. I. Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment 
of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the 
freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably 
to assemble, and to petition the government for a redress of grievances. 

196 Mass. 220. 

Art. II. A well regulated militia, being necessary to the security 
of a free state, the right of the people to keep and bear arms shall not 
be infringed. 

Art. III. No soldier shall, in time of peace, be quartered in any 
house, without the consent of the owner, nor in time of war, but in a 
manner to be prescribed by law. 

Art. IV. The right of the people to be secure in their persons, 
houses, papers and effects, against unreasonable searches and seizures, 
shall not be violated, and no warrants shall issue, but upon probable 
cause, supported by oath or affinnation, and particularly describing 
the place to be searched, and the persons or things to be seized. 

Art. V. No person shall be held to answer for a capital, or other- 
wise infamous crime, unless on a presentment or indictment of a grand 
jury, except in cases arising in the land or na^'al forces, or in the militia, 
when in actual service in time of war or public danger; nor shall any 
person be subject for the same offence to be t\\ice put in jeopardy of 



CONSTITUTION' OF THE UNITED STATES. XVU 

life or limb; nor shall be compelled in any criminal case to be a witness los Mass. i89. 
against himself, nor be deprived of life, liberty or property, without 207 Mass' 240' 
due process of law; nor shall private property be taken for public IggMag^ jjg 
use, without just compensation. iso u. s. 311. 4 Op. a. g. 139. 

Private property not to be taken for public use, without, etc. 194 Mass. 80. 

Art. VI. In all criminal prosecutions, the accused shall enjoy the Further provi- 
right to a speedy and public trial, by an impartial jury of the state and ing"crimmai'" 
district wherein the crime shall have been committed, which district ?;;2''f'i"''°°/- 

, 'Til in-f. ir» Mass. 5. 

shall have been previously ascertained by law, and to be informed of ip Mass- 322. 
the nature and cause of the accusation; to be confronted with the " 
witnesses against him; to have compulsory process for obtaining 
witnesses in his favor, and to have the assistance of counsel for his 
defence. 

Art. VII. In suits at common law, where the value in controversy Right of trial 
shall exceed twenty dollars, the right of trial by jury shall be preserved, spired. 
and no fact tried by a jury shall be otherwise re-examined in any court fg^J '^Jfass*|'23 
of the United States, than according to the rules of the common law-. 207 Mass. eos. 

TTTTT -n • T *l T II 1 * 1 • n ^^° MaSS. 63. 

Art. Vlli. Excessive bail shall not be required, nor excessive fanes Ban. fines and 
imposed, nor cruel and unusual punislunents inflicted. 5'Gray?482^' 

173 Mass. 322. ISO U. S. 311. 

Art. IX. The enumeration in the constitution, of certain rights. Rule of con- 
shall not be construed to deny or disparage others retained by the ="'""="°°- 
people. 

Art. X. The powers not delegated to the United States by the same subject, 
constitution, nor prohibited by it to the states, are reserved to the 
states respectively, or to the people. 

Art. XL The judicial power of the United States shall not be same subject, 
construed to extend to any suit in law or equity, commenced or pros- 
ecuted against one of the United States by citizens of another state, 
or by citizens or subjects of any foreign state. 

Art. XII. The electors shall meet in their respective states, and Manner ot _ 

.,,,,„ ., ,. ., i?i \ choosmg presi- 

vote by ballot tor president and Mce-president, one ot whom, at least, dent and vice- 
shall not be an inhabitant of the same state with themselves; they 
shall name in their ballots the person voted for as president, and in 
distinct ballots the person voted for as vice-president , and they shall 
make distinct lists of all persons voted for as president, and of all per- 
sons voted for as vice-president, and of the number of v'otes for each, 
which lists they shall sign and certify, and transmit sealed to the seat 
of the government of the United States, directed to the president of 
the senate; — the president of the senate shall, in presence of the 
senate and house of representatives, open all the certificates and the 
votes shall then be counted ; — the person having the greatest number 
of votes for president, shall be the president, if such number be a 
majority of the whole number of electors appointed; and if no person 
have such majority, then from the persons having the highest numbers 
not exceeding three on the list of those voted for as president, the 
house of representati\es shall choose immediately, by ballot, the pres- 
ident. But in choosing the president, the votes shall be taken by 
states, the representation from each state having one vote; a quorum 
for this purpose shall consist of a member or members from two-thirds 
of the states, and a majority of all the states shall be necessary to a 
choice. And if the house of representatives shall not choose a pres- 
ident whenever the right of choice shall devolve upon them, before 



CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED STATES. 



Who are citi- 
zens of United 
States. 
Privileges of 
citizens not to 
be abridged. 
144 Mass. 10. 
147 Mass. 636. 
156 Mass. 57. 
158 Mass. 509, 



the fourth day of INIarch next following, then the vice-president shall 
act as president, as in the case of the death or other constitutional 
disability of the president. 

The person ha^•ing the greatest number of votes as vice-president, 
shall be the vice-president, if such number be a majority of the whole 
number of electors appointed, and if no person have a majority, then 
from the two highest numbers on the list, the senate shall choose the 
vice-president; a quorum for the purpose shall consist of two-thirds 
of the whole number of senators, and a majority of the whole number 
shall be necessary to a choice. 

But no person constitutionally ineligible to the office of president 
shall be eligible to that of vice-president of the United States. 

Art. XIII. Sect. 1. Neither slavery nor involuntary ser\itude, ex- 
cept as a punishment for crime whereof the party shall have been duly 
convicted, shall exist within the United States, or any place subject to 
their jurisdiction. 

Sect. 2. Congress shall have power to enforce this article by ap- 
propriate legislation. 

Art. XIV. Sect. 1. All persons born or naturalized in the United 
States, and subject to the jurisdiction thereof, are citizens of the United 
States and of the state wherein they reside. No state shall make or en- 
force any law which shall abridge the privileges or immunities of citizens 
of the United States; nor shall any state deprive any person of life, lib- 
erty, or property, without due process of law, nor deny to any person 
within its jurisdiction the equal protection of the laws. 



Apportion- 
ment of repre- 
sentatives. 
159 Mass. 413. 



169 Mass. 387. 
175 Mass. 71, 369. 
179 Mass. 131. 
183 Mass. 242. 

187 Mass. 436. 

188 Mass. 363. 
191 Mass. 545. 
195 Mass. 262. 

197 Mass. 178, 279. 

200 Mass. 482. 

201 Mass. 23. 
203 Mass. 556. 



204 Mass. 138. 

207 Mass. 259,601,606. 

208 Mass, 607. 

209 Mass. 607. 
226 Mass. 613. 

228 Mass. 63. 101, 117. 

229 Mass. 494. 

230 Mass. 131,370,503. 

231 Mass. 99. 

232 Mass. 19, 28, 88, 309. 
236 Mass. 185. 

169 U. S. 649. 



177 U. S. 155. 
197 U. S. 11. 
221 U. S. 660. 
231 U. S. 68. 
246 U. S. 135, 147. 

2 Op. A. G. 354, 442, 497. 

3 Op. A. G. 276. 

4 Op. A. G. 138, 282, 386, 
422, 557. 

Op. A. G. <1917) 51, 52, 

74, 77. 

Op. A. G. (1920) 74. 



Sect. 2. Representatives shall be apportioned among the several 
states according to their respective numbers, counting the whole number 
of persons in each state, excluding Indians not taxed. But when the 
right to vote at any election for the choice of electors for president and 
vice-president of the United States, representatives in congress, the 
executive and judicial officers of a state, or the members of the legislature 
thereof, is denied to any of the male inhabitants of such state, being 
twenty-one years of age, and citizens of the United States, or in any 
way abridged, except for participation in rebellion or other crime, the 
basis of representation therein shall be reduced in the proportion which 
the number of such male citizens shall bear to the whole number of male 
citizens twenty-one years of age in such state. 

Sect. 3. No person shall be a senator, or representative in congress, 
or elector of president and vice-president, or hold any office, civil or 
military, under the United States, or under any state, who, having pre- 
viously taken an oath, as a member of congress, or as an officer of the 
United States, or as a member of any state legislature, or as an executive 
or judicial officer of any state, to support the constitution of the United 
States, shall have engaged in insurrection or rebellion against the same, 
or given aid or comfort to the enemies thereof. But congress may, by a 
vote of two-thirds of each house, remove such disability. 



CONSTITUTIOX OF THE UNITED STATES. XIX 

Sect. 4. The validity of the pubhc debt of the United States, au- Debt of united 
thorized by law, including debts incurred for payment of pensions and be^uesl^on^. 
bounties for services in suppressing insurrection or rebellion, shall not be 
questioned. 

But neither the United States nor any state shall assume or pay any Debts incurred 
debt or obligation incurred in aid of insurrection or rebellion against the ii'on'to°be"o!d, 
United States, or any claim for the loss or emancipation of any slave; but ^"'' 
all such debts, obligations and claims shall be held illegal and void. 

Sect. 5. The congress shall have power to enforce, by appropriate Appropriate 
legislation, the provisions of this article. "'^"' "'°°' 

Art. XV. Sect. 1. The right of citizens of the United States to Right to vote 
vote shall not be denied or abridged by the United States, or by any abridged on 
state, on account of race, color, or previous condition of servitude. et™""' °^ '^'"^^' 

159 Mass. 413. 236 Mass. 2S1. 

Sect. 2. The congress shall have power to enforce this article by ap- Appropriate 

. , • 1 J.- legislation. 

propriate legislation. 

Art. XVI. The congress shall have power to lay and collect taxes Taxation of 
on incomes, from whatever source derived, \\ithout apportionment among 3°op. a.' g. 
the several states, and without regard to anv census or enumeration. " ' 

Art. XVII. The senate of the United States shall be composed of f^^brwhom 
two senators from each state, elected by the people thereof, for six '='>o^«"- 
years; and each senator shall have one vote. The electors in each 
state shall have the qualifications requisite for electors of the most 
nmnerous branch of the state legislatures. 

When vacancies happen in the representation of any state in the sen- Election to en 
ate, the executive authority of such state shall issue writs of election to 
fill such vacancies: proNided, that the legislature of any state may em- 
power the executive thereof to make temporary appointments until the Temporary 
people fill the vacancies by election as the legislature may direct. appom men s. 

This amendment shall not be so construed as to affect the election or Amendment 
term of any senator chosen before it becomes valid as part of the con- ^° '" '"^"^ '^^ 
stitution. 

Art. XVIII. Sect. 1. After one year from the ratification of this intoxicatine 
article the manufacture, sale, or transportation of intoxicating liquors beverage pur- 
within, the importation thereof into, or the exportation thereof from £^65.''*^ 
the United States and all territory subject to the jurisdiction thereof 443/^'*^^ ^*'' 
for beverage purposes is hereby prohibited. Op. a. g. (1920) 104. 

Sect. 2. The congress and several states shall have concurrent Appropriate 

. 1 • • 1 1 • 1 • 1 • legislation. 

power to enforce this article by appropriate legislation. 236 Mass. 2si. 

Sect. 3. This article shall be inoperative unless it shall have been Time for 
ratified as an amendment to the constitution by the legislatures of the 
several states, as pro\-ided in the constitution, within seven years from 
the date of the submission hereof to the states by the congress. 

Art. XIX. The right of citizens of the United States to vote shall ^.jfto bV°'^ 
not be denied or abridged by the United States or by any state on acci"JS'o°"ei. 
account of sex. 

Congress shall have power to enforce this article bv appropriate Appropriate 

, . , f. ^ ^ ^f f legislation. 

legislation. 

[Note. The constitution was adopted September 17, 1787, by the unanimous consent 
of the states present in the convention appointed in pursuance of the resolution of the 
congress of the confederation of February 21, 17S7, and was ratified by the conventions 
of the several states, as follows, viz.: By convention of Delaware, December 7, 1787; 
Pennsylvania, December 12, 1787; Netu Jersey, December 18, 1787; Georgia, January 2, 
1788; Connecticut, January 9, 1788; Massachusetts, February 6, 1788; Maryland, April 



CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED STATES. 

28, 178S; South Carolina, May 23, 1788; New Hampshire, June 21, 1788; Virginia. 
June 26, 1788; New York, July 26, 1788; North Carolina, November 21, 1789; Rhode 
Island, May 29, 1790. 

The first ten of the amendments were proposed at the first session of the first con- 
gress of the United States, September 25, 1789, and were finally ratified by the consti- 
tutional number of states on December 15, 1791. The eleventh amendment was proposed 
at the first session of the third congress, March 5, 1794, and was declared in a message 
from the President of the United States to both houses of congress, dated January 8, 
1798, to have been adopted by the constitutional number of states. The twelfth 
amendment was proposed at the first session of the eighth congress, December 12, 180.3, 
and was adopted by the constitutional number of states in 1804, according to a public 
notice thereof by the secretary of state, dated September 25 of the same year. 

The thirteenth amendment was proposed to the legislatures of the several states by 
the thirty-eighth congress on February 1, 1865, and was declared, in a proclamation 
of the secretary of state, dated December 18, 1865, to have been ratified by the legis- 
latures of three-fourths of the states. 

The fourteenth amendment was proposed to the legislatures of the several states 
by the thirty-ninth congress, on June 16, 1866. 

On July 20, 1868, the secretary of state of the United States issued his certificate, 
setting out that it appeared by official documents on file in the department of state that 
said amendment had been ratified by the legislatures of the states of Connecticut, New 
Hampshire, Tennessee, New Jersey, Oregon, Vermont, New York, Ohio, Illinois, West Vir- 
ginia, Kansas, Maine, Nevada, Missouri, Indiana, Minnesota, Rhode Island, Wisconsin, 
Pennsylvania, Michigan, Massachusetts, Neiiraska and Iowa, and by newly established 
bodies avowing themselves to be and acting as the legislatures of the states of Arkansas, 
Florida, North Carolina, Louisiana, South Carolina and Alahayna; that the legislatures 
of Ohio and New Jersey had since passed resolutions withdrawing the consent of those 
states to said amendment; that the whole number of states in the United States was 
thirty-seven, that the twenty-three states first above named and the six states next 
above named together, constituted three-fourths of the whole numljer of states, and 
certifying that if the resolutions of Ohio and New Jersey, ratifying said amendment were 
stiU in force, notwithstanding their subsequent resolutions, then said amendment had 
been ratified and so become valid as part of the constitution. 

On July 21, 1868, congress passed a resolution reciting that the amendment had been 
ratified by Connecticut, Tennessee, New Jersey, Oregon, Vermont, West Virginia, Kansas, 
Missouri, Indiana, Ohio, Illinois, Minnesota, New York, Wisconsin, Pennsylvania, Rhode 
Island, Michigan, Nevada, New Hampshire, Massachusetts, Nebraska, Maine, Iowa, 
Arkansas, Florida, North Carolirm, Alabama, South Carolina and Louisiana, being three- 
fourths of the several states of the Union, and declaring said fourteenth article to be 
a part of the constitution of the United States and making It the duty of the secretary 
of state to duly promulgate it as such. 

On July 28, 1868, the secretary of state issued his certificate, reciting the above reso- 
lution, and stating that official notice had been received at the department of state that 
action had been taken by the legislatures of the states in relation to said amendments, 
as follows: "It was ratified in A.D. 1866, by Connecticut, June 30; Neio Hampshire, 
July 7; Tennessee, July 19; Oregon, September 19; Vermont, November 9. In A.D. 
1867, by A'^eu) yorfc, January 10; /Uinot's, January 15; TTesi Virpimo, January 16; Kansas, 
January 18; Maine, January 19; Nevada, January 22; Missouri, January 26; Indiana, 
January 29; Minnesota, February 1; Rhode Island, February 7; Wisconsin, Febru- 
ary 13; Pennsylvania, February 13; Michigan, February 15; Massachusetts, March 20; 
Nebraska, June 15. In A.D. 1868, by Iowa, April 3; Arkansas, April 6; Florida, June 9; 
Louisiana, July 9; and Alabama, July 13. 

"It was first ratified and the ratification subsequently withdrawn by New Jersey, 
ratified September 11, 1866, withdrawn April, 1868; Ohio, ratified January 11, 1867, 
and withdrawn January, 1868. 

"It was first rejected and then ratified by Georgia, rejected November 13, 1866, ratified 
July 21, 1868; North Carolina, rejected December 4, 1866, ratified July 4, 1868; South 
Carolina, rejected December 20, 1866, and ratified July 9, 1868. 

"It was rejected by Texas, November 1, 1866; Virginia, January 9, 1867; Kentucky, 
January 10, 1867; Delaware, February 7, 1867; and Maryland, March 23, 1867." 

And on said July 28, 1868, and in execution of the act proposing the amendment and 
of the concurrent resolution of congress above mentioned and in pursuance thereof, 
the secretary of state directed that said amendment to the constitution be published 
in the newspapers authorized to promulgate the laws of the United States, and certified 



CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED STATES. 

that it had been adopted in the manner above specified by the states named in said 
resolution, and that it "has become valid to all intents and purposes as a part of the 
constitution of the United States." 

Subsequently it was ratified by Virginia, October 8, 1869, by Georgia, again February 
2, 1870, and by Texas, February 18, 1870. 

The fifteenth amendment was proposed to the legislatures of the several states by 
the fortieth congress on February 27, 1869, and was declared, in a proclamation of the 
secretary of state, dated March 30, 1870, to have been ratified by the constitutional 
number of states and to have "become valid to all intents and purposes as part of the 
constitution of the United States." 

The sixteenth amendment was proposed to the legislatures of the several states by 
the sixty-first congress, at its first session, in 1909. On February 25, 1913, the secretary 
of state made proclamation to the effect that, from official documents on file in the 
department, it appeared that the amendment had been ratified by the legislatures of 
the states of Alabama, Kentucky, South Carolina, Illinois, M ississippi, Oklahotna, Mary- 
land, Georgia, Texas, Ohio, Idaho, Oregon, Washington, California, Montana, Indiana, 
Nevada, North Carolina, Nebraska, Kansas, Colorado, North Dakota, Michigan, Iowa, 
Missouri, Maine, Tennessee, Arkansas, Wisconsin, New York, South Dakota, Arizona, 
Minnesota, Louisiana, Delaware and Wyominu, in all thirty-six; and, further, that the 
states whose legislatures had so ratified the said proposed amendment constituted three- 
fourths of the whole number of states in the United States; and, further, that it appeared 
from official documents on file in the department that the legislatures of New Jersey and 
New Mexico had passed resolutions ratifying the said proposed amendment. He further 
certified that the amendment had "become valid to all intents and purposes as a part 
of the constitution of the United States." 

The seventeenth amendment was proposed to the legislatures of the several states 
by the sixty-second congress, at its second session, in 1912. On May 31, 1913, the sec- 
retary of state made proclamation to the effect that, from official documents on file in 
the department, it appeared that the amendment had been ratified by the legislatures 
of the states of Massachusetts, Arizona, Minnesota, New York, Kansas, Oregon, North 
Carolina, California, Michigan, Idaho, West Virginia, Nebraska, Iowa, Montana, Texas, 
Washington, Wyoming, Colorado, Illinois, North Dakota, Nevada, Vermont, Maine, New 
Hampshire, Oklahoma, Ohio, South Dakota, Indiana, Missouri, New Mexico, New Jersey, 
Tennessee, Arkansas, Connecticut, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin; and, further, that the 
states whose legislatures had so ratified the said proposed amendment constituted three- 
fourths of the whole number of states in the United States. He further certified that 
the amendment had "become valid to all intents and purposes as a part of the consti- 
tution of the United States." 

The eighteenth amendment was proposed to the legislatures of the several states 
by the sixty-fifth congress, at its second session, in 1917. On January 29, 1919, the 
acting secretary of state made proclamation to the effect that, from official documents 
on file in the department, it appeared that the amendment had been ratified by the 
legislatures of the states of Alabama, Arizona, California, Colorado, Delaware, Florida, 
Georgia, Idaho, Illinois, Indiana, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maine, Maryland, Massa- 
chusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, Mississippi, Montana, Nebraska, New Hampshire, North 
Carolina, North Dakota, Ohio, Oklahoma, Oregon, South Dakota, Soiith Carolina, Texas, 
Utah, Virginia, Washington, West Virginia, Wisconsin and Wyoming; and, further, that 
the states whose legislatures had so ratified the said proposed amendment constituted 
three-fourths of the whole number of states in the United States. He further certified 
that the amendment had "become valid to all intents and purposes as a part of the 
constitution of the United States." 

The nineteenth amendment was proposed to the legislatures of the several states 
by the sixty-sixth congress, at its first session, in 1919. On August 26, 1920, the secretary 
of state made proclamation that, from official documents on file in the department, it 
appeared that the amendment had been ratified by the legislatures of the states of 
Arizona, Arkansas, California, Colorado, Idaho, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Ken- 
tucky, Maine, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Montana, A'ebraska, Nevada, 
New Hampshire, New Jersey, New Mexico, North Dakota, New York, Ohio, Oklahoma, 
Oregon, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Washington, 
West Virginia, Wisconsin and Wyoming; and, further, that the states whose legislatures had 
so ratified the said proposed amendment constituted three-fourths of the whole number of 
states in the United f5tates. He further certified that the amendment had " become valid 
to all intents and purposes as a part of the constitution of the United States."] 



THE REARRANGEMENT 



CONSTITUTION OF THE COMMONWEALTH. 



Adopted by the Constitutional Contention of 1917, and ratified by 
THE PEOPLE November 4, 1919. This instrument has been construed 
BY THE Supreme Judicial Court not to be the Constitution of the 
Commonwealth. It is printed here with al^rginal references to cor- 
responding articles of the Constitution of the Comjuon^'ealth and 
its amendments, which control in case of difference. See Opinion 
of the Justices, 233 Mass. 603, and Loring v. Young, decided August 8, 
1921. 



PREAMBLE. 

Objects of government. — Body politic, 
how formed. — ■ Its nature, establishment 
and title. 

DECLARATION OF RIGHTS. 
Article 

1. Equality and natural rights of all 

men. 

2. Right and duty of public religious 

worship. — Protection therein. 

3. Sect. 1. Religious freedom estab- 

lished. 
Sect. 2. No law to prohibit free ex- 
ercise of religion. — Public money 
not to be expended to aid institu- 
tions not wholly under public 
ownership and control, etc. — Ex- 
ceptions. — Care and support in 
private hospitals, etc., of persons 
who are public charges. — Inmates 
of certain public institutions not 
to be deprived of religious exer- 
cises of their own faith, nor com- 
pelled to attend religious ser\'ices, 
etc. 

4. Right of self-government secured. 

5. Accountability of all officers, etc. 

6. Services rendered to the public being 

the only title to peculiar privileges, 
hereditary offices are absurd and un- 
natural. 



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7. Objects of government; right of people 

to institute and change it. 

8. Right of people to secure rotation in 

office. 

9. All having the qualifications pre- 

scribed equally eligible to office. 

10. Right of protection and duty of con- 

tribution correlative. — Taxation 
founded on consent. — Private 
property not to be taken for public 
uses without, etc. 

11. Remedies, by recourse to the law, to 

be free, complete and prompt. 

12. Prosecutions regulated. • — Right to 

trial by jury in criminal cases, ex- 
cept, etc. — Benefit of habeas corpus 
secured, except, etc. 

13. Crimes to be proved in the vicinity. 

14. Right of search and seizure regulated. 

15. Right of trial by jury sacred, except, 

etc. 

16. Liberty of the press. 

17. Right to keep and bear arms. — 

Standing armies dangerous. — 
MUitary power subordinate to civil. 

18. Moral qualifications for office. — 

Moral obligations of lawgivers and 



19. Right of people to instruct representa- 

tives and petition legislature. 

20. Power to suspend the laws or their 

execution. 



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Article 

21. Freedom of debate, etc., and reason 

therefor. 

22. Frequent sessions, and objects thereof. 

23. No tax ■(vithout consent. 

24. Ex post facto laws prohibited. 

25. Legislature not to con\'ict of treason, 

etc. 

26. Excessive bail or fines, and cruel pun- 

ishments, prohibited. 

27. No soldier to be quartered in any 

house, unless, etc. 

28. Citizens exempt from law-n^artial, un- 

less, etc. 

29. Judges of supreme judicial court. — 

Tenure of office. — .Salaries. 

30. Separation of legislative, executive and 

judicial departments. 

THE FRAME OF GO\"ERNMENT. 

SUFFRAGE. ELECTIONS. TERMS 

OF OFFICE. 
Article 

31. Qualifications of voters for governor, 

lieutenant-governor, senators and 
representatives. 

32. Reading constitution in English and 

writing, necessary qualifications of 
voters. — Proviso. 

33. Voter who served in army or navy, 

etc., not disqualified by receiving 
municipal aid or non-payment of 
poll tax. 

34. Voter not disqualified by change of 

residence until six months from 
time of removal. 

35. General court may provide for absent 

voting. 

36. Plurality of votes shall elect by the 

people. 

37. Voting machines. — Compulsory vot- 

ing. — Proviso. 
3.S. Voting precincts in towns. — Election 
laws. 

39. Biennial election of state officers, 

councillors, senators and representa- 
tives. 

40. Elections to be held by the two houses 

of the legislature, completion of. 

— Order of filling vacancies in cer- 
tain offices. 

THE LEGISLATIVE DEPARTMENT. 

THE GENERAL COURT. 
Article 

41. Legislative department. — Com- 

mencement and termination of 
political year. — General court to 
assemble annually, etc. ■ — Quorum. 

— Recess. — Enacting style. 

42. Members of general court not to be 

appointed to certain offices, nor re- 
ceive compensation on recess com- 
mittees, except, etc. 



Article 

43. Governor's veto. — Bill or resolve 

may be passed by two-thirds of each 
house, notwithstanding. — Return 
by governor to general court for 
amendment, etc. — Bill or resolve 
to have force of a law if not re- 
turned within five days, unless 
general court adjourns in the mean- 
time. 

THE SENATE. 
Article 

44. Census of inhabitants, when taken, 

etc. — Special enumeration of legal 
voters, etc.; to determine appor- 
tionment of senators. 

45. Senate, numl^er of members, districts, 

etc. ■ — Qualifications of senators. 

46. Manner and time of choosing senators. 

— Persons qualified to vote. — 
Word "inhabitant" defined. — Re- 
ceiving, counting and return of 
votes. 

47. Governor and council to examine and 

count votes, and issue summonses. 

48. Senate to be final judge of elections, 

etc., of its own members. — ■ Vacan- 
cies, how filled. 

49. Senate to choose its officers and estab- 

lish its rules. 

50. Not to adjourn for more than two 

days. 

51. Shall try all impeachments. — Oath. 

— Limitation of sentence. 

THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. 
Article 

52. Representation of the people. 

53. Enumeration to determine apportion- 

ment of representatives. — ■ House 
to consist of 240 members. — Legis- 
lature to apportion to counties, etc. 

— Secretary to certify to officers 
authorized to diWde counties. — 
Time of meeting for di%'ision. — 
Proceedings. — Qualifications of rep- 
resentatives. — Districts to be num- 
bered, described and certified. 

54. Representatives, how chosen. — 

Towns liable to fine for failure to 
choose. 

55. Time of election of representatives. 

56. House alone can impeach. — Senate 

to try impeachments. 

57. House to originate money bills. 

58. Not to adjourn more than two days. 

59. To judge of returns, etc., of its own 

members, choose its officers and 
establish its rules, etc. — May 
punish for certain offences. — Privi- 
leges of members. 

60. Senate, governor and council may pun- 

ish. — General limitation. — Trial 
may be by committee, or otherwise. 



KEARR.VNGEMENT OF CONSTITUTION OF MASSACHUSETTS. 



LEGISLATIVE POWERS. 
Article 

61. General court may constitute judica- 

tories, courts of record, etc. ■ — 
Courts, etc., may administer oaths. 

62. Legislature to prescribe for election of 

sheriffs, registers of probate, etc. 

63. General court may enact laws, etc., 

not repugnant to the constitution. 

— May provide for the election or 
appointment of officers, and pre- 
scribe their duties. — May impose 
taxes, etc. — Valuation of estates 
once in ten years at least, etc. 

64. Powers of general court relative to im- 

posing and levying a tax on income. 

— Exemptions, etc. 

65. General court may charter cities. — 

Provisos. , 

66. General court may provide for taking 

of land, etc., to relieve congestion of 
population and provide homes. — 
ProWso. 

67. Conservation, etc., of natural re- 

sources of the commonwealth. 

68. Taxation of wild or forest lands. 

69. General court to determine manner 

of distribution of food, etc., during 
time of war, etc., by the common- 
wealth, cities and towns. 

70. Powers of general court in providing 

for the taking of land, etc., for 
widening or relocating highways, 
etc. 

71. Building zones in cities and towns. 

72. Regulation of advertising on public 

ways, etc. 

73. Taking ancient landmarks, etc. 

74. Organization of not more than twenty 

departments to perform the execu- 
tive and administrative work of the 
commonwealth, except, etc. 

75. Every charter, etc., subject to revoca- 

tion, etc. 

THE INITIATIVE AND REFERENDUM. 

Definition. 
Article 

76. Initiative and referendum, definition. 

The Initiative. 
Initiative Petitions. 

77. Contents of initiative petition. 

78. Excluded matters. — Duty of general 

court to carry out law approved by 
the people. 

79. Mode of originating petition, etc. 

80. Transmission of proposed measure to 

general court. 

Legislative Action. General Provisions. 

81. Reference to committee. 

82. Legislative substitutes for initiative 

measures. 



Legislative Action on Proposed Constitutional 

Ainendinents. 
Article 

83. Definition. 

84. Joint session to consider amendment 

to the constitution. 

85. Amendment of proposed amendments. 

86. Final legislative action. 

87. Submission to the people, and adop- 

tion. 

Legislative Action on Proposed Laws. 

88. Legislative procedure. — When meas- 

ure becomes law and takes effect. 

89. Amendment by petitioners. 

Conflicting and Alternative Measures. 

90. Conflicting and alternative measures, 

which shall govern when approved 
by the people, etc. 

91. Constitutional amendment to govern 

law, etc. 

92. General court may provide for group- 

ing, etc., upon the ballot. — 
Proviso. — Only measure receiving 
largest affirmative vote to be 
deemed approved. 



The Referendum. 
When Statutes shall take Effect. 
93. When certain laws passed by the gen- 
eral court take effect. 



Emergency Measures. 

94. Emergency law to contain preamble. 

— Yea and nay vote thereon. — 
How governor may cause certain 
laws to take effect forthwith. — ■ 
Certain franchise grants excepted. 

Referendum Petitions. 

95. Contents of referendum petition. 

96. Excluded matters. 

97. Mode of petitioning for suspension of 

a law and referendum thereon. 

98. Petition for referendum on an emer- 

gency law or a law the suspension 
of which is not asked for. 



General Provisions. 

Identification and Certification of Signatures. 
99. Identification and certification of sig- 
natures. — General court may regu- 
late circulating of petitions for hire 
or reward. 

Limitation on Signatures. 
100. Limitation on signatures. 



REARRANGEMENT OF CONSTITUTION OF MASSACHUSETTS. 



Form of Ballot. 
Article 

101. Description on ballots to be deter- 

mined by attorney-general, etc. 

102. Form of question on amendment to 

constitution. 

103. Form of question on a law. 

Information for Voters. 

104. Secretary to send certain information 

to voters. 

The Veto Power of the Governor. 

105. Governor's veto not to apply. 

The General Court's Power of Repeal. 

106. Law approved by the people may be 

amended, etc., by general court. 

Initiative and Referendum declared to be 
Self-executing. 

107. Initiative and referendum self-execut- 

ing. — Legislation to facilitate. 



STATE BUDGET AND VETO OF ITEMS 
BY THE GOVERNOR. — LENDING 
CREDIT OF COMMONWEALTH. 

Article 

lOS. The budget. 

109. The general appropriation bill; sup- 

plementary budgets. 

110. Special appropriation bills. 

111. Governor may disapprove, etc., items 

or parts of items in any appropria- 
tion bill, etc. — Items to have force 
of law, unless, etc. 

112. Commonwealth's credit not to be 

given to private enterprises. 

113. Commonwealth may borrow money 

for certain purposes. 

114. Two-thirds yea and nay vote of gen- 

eral court required to borrow money 
for any other purpose. 

115. Expenditure of borrowed money lim- 

ited. 



THE EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT. 

THE GOVERNOR. 
Article 

116. Governor. — His title. 

117. To be chosen biennially. — Qualifica- 

tions. 

118. To be chosen by the people, by a 

plurality of votes. — Choice in case 
of tie. 

119. Power of governor, and of governor 

and council. 

120. May adjourn or prorogue general 

court upon request, and convene the 
same, etc. 



.Article 

121. Governor and council may adjourn 

general court not exceeding ninety 
days in certain cases. 

122. Governor and council may pardon 

offences, except, etc. ; but not be- 
fore conviction. 

123. Judicial officers, etc., how nominated 

and appointed. — Notaries public, 
how appointed. — Women eligible, 
etc. — Removal from office. 

124. Commissions, how signed, etc. — To 

express tenure of office. 

125. Collection of revenue. — Money, how 

drawn from treasuiy, except, etc. 

126. All public boards, etc., to make 

quarterly returns. — Boards, etc., 
to send governor despatches, etc., 
of a public nature. 

127. Salary of governor. • — Salaries of jus- 

tices of supreme judicial court. — 
General court to enlarge if insuflS- 
cient. 

THE LIEUTENANT-GOVERNOR. 

Article 

128. Lieutenant-governor; his title and 

qualifications. — Election in same 
manner as governor. — Choice in 
case of tie. 

129. President of council. — Lieutenant- 

governor a member, except, etc. 

130. Lieutenant-governor to be acting gov- 

ernor, in case, etc. 

THE COUNCIL. 
Article 

131. Council to adv-ise governor, number, 

etc. 

132. Eight councillors to be chosen bien- 

nially by the people. — Eligibility. 

— Day and manner of election, etc. 

133. Vacancies in the council, how filled. 

134. Organization of the government. — 

Secretary's duties, etc. 

135. Rank of councillors. 

136. Register of council. 

137. Order of succession in office of gov- 

ernor, etc., in case of vacancy. 

SECRETARY. TREASURER. AUDITOR. 
ATTORNEY-GENER.\L. 

Article 

13S. Secretary, treasurer, auditor and 
attorney-general to be elected bi- 
ennially by the people. — • Qualifica- 
tions of voters, etc. — Vacancies, 
how filled. — To qualify within ten 
days, otherwise office to be deemed 
vacant. — Residence requirement. 

— Treasurer ineligible for more than 
three successive terms. 

139. Secretary to keep records; to attend 
the governor and council, etc. 



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THE JUDICIAL DEPARTMENT. 
Article 

140. Judicial officers to hold office during 

good behavior, except, etc. — Re- 
tirement because of advanced age, 
etc. 

141. Justices of the peace; tenure of their 

office. 

142. Provisions for holding probate courts. 

143. Marriage, divorce and alimony. 

144. Provisions respecting writs. 

145. Continuation of former laws, except, 

etc. 

146. Justices of supreme judicial court to 

give opinions when required. 

THE MILITIA. 

Article 

147. Military and naval forces, recruit- 

ment, etc. 

148. Military and naval officers, how ap- 

pointed and removed, etc. — Gov- 
ernor to issue commissions. 

OATHS OF OFFICE. INCOM- 
PATIBLE OFFICES. DISQUALI- 
FICATIONS FOR OFFICE. 

Article 

149. Oaths to be taken by all civil and 

military officers. — Affirmation in- 
stead of oath. — Tests abolished. — 
Oaths and affirmations, how ad- 
ministered. 



Article 

150. Plurality of offices prohibited to gov- 

ernor, etc., except, etc. ■ — Incom- 
patible offices. 

151. Bribery, etc., to disqualify for office. 

152. Certain offices incompatible. 

THE UNIVERSITY AT CAMBRIDGE, 
AND ENCOURAGEMENT OF 
LITERATURE. 

Article 

153. Harvard College. — Powers, privi- 

leges, etc., of the president and 
fellows confirmed. 

154. All gifts, grants, etc., to Harvard 

College, etc., confirmed. 

155. Power of alteration of government of 

university reserved to general court. 

156. Duty of legislatures and magistrates 

to encourage education, etc. 

CONTINUANCE AND ENROLLMENT. 

Article 

157. Rearrangement to appear in all future 

publications of constitution. — Not 
to be deemed to change meaning, 
etc., of existing constitution. 
15S. Provision for preserving and publish- 
ing. 



A CONSTITUTION 

OR 

FORM OF GOVERNMENT 

for 

SCfjc Commontoealtf) of jUlasfSactjusfetW. 

[Rearrangement.] 



PREAMBLE. 

The end of the institution, maintenance, and administration of gov- objects of 
ernment, is to secure the existence of the body politic, to protect it, p°eambie.° ' 
and to furnish the individuals who compose it with the power of en- 
joying in safety and tranquillity their natural rights, and the blessings 
of life: and whenever these great objects are not obtained, the people 
have a right to alter the government, and to take measures necessary 
for their safety, prosperity, and happiness. 

The body politic is formed by a voluntary association of individuals: BodypoUtic, 
it is a social compact, by which the whole people covenants with each itTnature!''' 
citizen, and each citizen with the whole people, that all shall be gov- 
erned by certain laws for the common good. It is the duty of the people, 
therefore, in framing a constitution of government, to provide for an 



REARR.\JSrGEMENT OF CONSTITUTION" OF MASSACHUSETTS. 



Body politic 
established 
under the 
name of 
The Common- 
wealth of Mas- 
sachusetts. 



equitable mode of making laws, as well as for an impartial interpreta- 
tion and a faithful execution of them; that every man may, at all times, 
find his security in them. 

We, therefore, the people of Massachusetts, inhabiting the territory 
formerly called the Province of Massachusetts Bay, acknowledging, 
with grateful hearts, the goodness of the Great Legislator of the uni- 
verse, in affording us, in the course of His providence, an opportunity, 
deliberately and peacefully, without fraud, violence, or surprise, of en- 
tering into an original, explicit, and solemn compact with each other; 
and of forming a new constitution of civil government, for ourselves and 
posterity; and devoutly imploring His direction in so interesting a de- 
sign, do hereby solemnly and mutually agree with each other, to form 
ourselves into a free, sovereign, and independent body politic, or state, 
by the name of The Commonwealth of Massachusetts, and do agree 
upon, ordain, and establish, the following Declaration of Rights, 
AND Frame of Government, as the Constitution thereof. 



Equality and 
natural rights 
of all men. 
Dec. of Rights, 
Art. I. 



Right and 
duty of public 
religious wor- 
ship. Protec- 
tion therein. 
Dec. of Rights, 
Art. II. 



Religious 

freedom 
established. 
Amendments, 
Art. XI. 



No law to pro- 
hibit free exer- 
cise of religion. 



A DECLARATION OF THE RIGHTS OF THE INHABITANTS 
OF THE COMMONWEALTH OF MASSACHUSETTS. 

Article 1. All men are born free and equal, and have certain nat- 
ural, essential, and unalienable rights; among which may be reckoned 
the right of enjoying and defending their lives and liberties; that of 
acquiring, possessing, and protecting property; in fine, that of seeking 
and obtaining their safety and happiness. 

Art. 2. It is the right as well as the duty of all men in society, 
publicly, and at stated seasons, to worship the Supreme Being, the 
Great Creator and Preserver of the universe. And no subject shall be 
hurt, molested, or restrained, in his person, liberty, or estate, for wor- 
shipping God in the manner and season most agreeable to the dictates 
of his own conscience; or for his religious profession or sentiments; pro- 
vided he doth not disturb the public peace, or obstruct others in their 
religious worship. 

Art. 3. Section 1. As the public worship of God and instructions 
in piety, religion, and morality, promote the happiness and prosperity 
of a people, and the seciu-ity of a republican government; therefore, the 
several religious societies of this commonwealth, whether corporate or 
unincorporate, at any meeting legally warned and holden for that pur- 
pose, shall ever have the right to elect their pastors or religious teachers, 
to contract with them for their support, to raise money for erecting and 
repairing houses for public worship, for the maintenance of religious 
instruction, and for the payment of necessary expenses; and all persons 
belonging to any religious society shall be taken and held to be members, 
until they shall file with the clerk of such society a written notice, 
declaring the dissolution of their membership, and thenceforth shall not 
be liable fof any grant or contract which may be thereafter made, or 
entered into by such society; and all religious sects and denominations, 
demeaning themselves peaceably, and as good citizens of the common- 
wealth, shall be equally under the protection of the law; and no sub- 
ordination of any one sect or denomination to another shall ever be 
established by law. 

Section 2. No law shall be passed prohibiting the free exercise of 

religion. Amendments, Art. XLVI, § 1. 



RE.AJIR.4NGEMENT OF CONSTITUTION OF IVLiSSACHUSETTS. XXIX 

All moneys raised by taxation in the towns and cities for the support Public money 
of public schools, and all moneys which may be appropriated by the pended to'aid 
commonwealth for the support of common schools shall be applied to, educatiS,"'^ 
and ex-pended in, no other schools than those which are conducted ac- or"e!ii^o^ 
cording to law, under the order and superintendence of the authorities undertakings 

!■ t --i-ii • 11 1 not wholly 

or the town or city m which the money is expended; and no grant, under pubUc 
appropriation or use of public money or property or loan of public control, etc. 
credit shall be made or authorized by the commonwealth or any political Artl^XLvi! §'2. 
division thereof for the purpose of founding, maintaining or aiding any 
school or institution of learning, whether under public control or other- 
wise, wherein any denominational doctrine is inculcated, or any other 
school, or any college, infirmary, hospital, institution, or educational, 
charitable or religious undertaking which is not publicly owned and 
under the exclusive control, order and superintendence of public officers 
or public agents authorized by the commonwealth or federal authority 
or both, except that appropriations may be made for the maintenance Exceptions. 
and support of the Soldiers' Home in Massachusetts and for free public 
libraries in any city or town, and to carry out legal obligations, if any, 
already entered into; and no such grant, appropriation or use of public 
money or property or loan of public credit shall be made or authorized 
for the purpose of founding, maintaining or aiding any church, religious 
denomination or society. 

Nothing herein contained shall be construed to prevent the common- care or support 
wealth, or any political division thereof, from paying to privately con- h'os''p'ita1s^etc.. 
trolled hospitals, infirmaries, or institutions for the deaf, dumb or blind are^pubiic '^^° 
not more than the ordinary and reasonable compensation for care or 5jj,"nd^n,eo,3 
support actually rendered or furnished by such hospitals, infirmaries or Art. xlvi, § 3. 
institutions to such persons as may be in whole or in part unable to 
support or care for themselves. 

Nothing herein contained shall be construed to deprive any inmate inmates of cer- 
of a publicly controlled reformatory, penal or charitable institution of tution" not to '' 
the opportunity of religious exercises therein of his own faith; but no religmurraer- 
inmate of such institution shall be compelled to attend religious services own faHh"-^ nor 
or receive religious instruction against his will, or, if a minor, without compeUed tp 

, jT 1 • , • attend religious 

the consent or his parent or guardian. services, etc 

Amendments, Art. XLVI, § 4. * ■ 

Art. 4. The people of this commonwealth have the sole and exclu- Right of seif- 
sive right of governing themselves, as a free, sovereign, and independent lecurKT^"' 
state; and do, and forever hereafter shall, exercise and .enjoy every Art^fv.'^'^'^' 
power, jurisdiction, and right, which is not, or may not hereafter be, 
by them expressly delegated to the United States of America. 

Art. 5. All power residing originally in the people, and being de- Accountability 
rived from them, the several magistrates and ofiicers of government, ^^^^^^ o^''^'^' 
vested with authority, whether legislative, executive, or judicial, are 2rt! iv. ^^'''^' 
their substitutes and agents, and are at all times accountable to 
them. 

Art. 6. No man, nor corporation, or association of men, have any services 
other title to obtain ad\'antages, or particular and exclusive privileges, pubUc being 
distinct from those of the community, than what arises from the con- topecuiiiar"' 
sideration of services rendered to the public; and this title being in g"red^a^^ 
nature neither hereditarv, nor transmissible to children, or descendants, "f'^^^^^* ■ 

1 • 1 1 1 1 i' • 1 p • • absurd and 

or relations by blood, the idea of a man born a magistrate, lawgiver, or unnatural, 
judge, is absurd and unnatural. Dec. of Rights, Art. vi. 



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Objects of 
government; 
right of people 
to institute 
and change it. 
Dec. of Rights, 
Art. VII. 



Right of people 
to secure rota- 
tion in office. 
Dec. of Rights, 
Art. VIII. 



All having the 

qualifications 

prescribed 

equally eligible 

to office. 

Dec. of Rights, 

Art. IX. 



Art. 7. Government is instituted for the common good; for the 
protection, safety, prosperity, and happiness of the people; and not for 
the profit, honor, or pri^•ate interest of any one man, family, or class of 
men: Therefore the people alone have an incontestable, unalienable, 
and indefeasible right to institute government; and to reform, alter, or 
totally change the same, when their protection, safety, prosperity, and 
happiness require it. 

Art. 8. In order to prevent those who are vested with authority 
from becoming oppressors, the people have a right, at such periods and 
in such manner as they shall establish by their frame of government, 
to cause their public officers to return to private life; and to fill up 
vacant places by certain and regular elections and appointments. 

Art. 9. All elections ought to be free; and all the inhabitants of 
this commonwealth, having such qualifications as they shall establish 
by their frame of government, have an equal right to elect officers, and 
to be elected, for public employments. 

For definition of "inhabitant", see Art. 4G. 



Right of 

protection and 

duty of 

contribution 

correlative. 

Taxation 

founded on 

consent. 

Dec. of Rights, 

Art. X. 



Private prop- 
erty not to be 
taken for 
public uses 
without, etc. 
Remedies, by 
recourse to the 
law, to be free, 
complete and 
prompt. 
IDec. of Rights, 
Art. XI. 



Prosecutions 
regulated. 
Dec. of Rights 
Art. XII. 



Right to trial 
by jury in 
criminal cases, 
except, etc. 



Beneht of 
habeas corpus 
secured, 
except, etc. 
Ch. VI, Art. 
VII. 



Art. 10. Each individual of the society has a right to be protected 
by it in the enjoyment of his life, liberty, and property, according to 
standing laws. He is obliged, consequently, to contribute his share to 
the expense of this protection; to give his personal service, or an equiv- 
alent, when necessary: but no part of the property of any individual 
can, with justice, be taken from him, or applied to public uses, without 
his own consent, or that of the representative body of the people. In 
fine, the people of this commonwealth are not controllable by any other 
laws than those to which their constitutional representative body have 
given their consent. And whenever the public exigencies require that 
the property of any individual should be appropriated to public uses, 
he shall receive a reasonable compensation therefor. 

Art. 11. Every subject of the commonwealth ought to find a cer- 
tain remedy, by having recourse to the laws, for all injuries or WTongs 
which he may receive in his person, property, or character. He ought 
to obtain right and justice freely, and without being obliged to purchase 
it; completely, and without any denial; promptly, and without delay; 
conformably to the laws. 

Art. 12. No subject shall be held to answer for any crimes or 
offence, until the same is fully and plainly, substantially and formally, 
described to him; or be compelled to accuse, or furnish evidence against 
himself. And every subject shall have a right to produce all proofs 
that may be favorable to him ; to meet the witnesses against him face 
to face, and to be fully heard in his defence by himself, or his counsel, 
at his election. And no subject shall be arrested, imprisoned, despoiled, 
or deprived of his property, immunities, or privileges, put out of the 
protection of the law, exiled, or deprived of his life, liberty, or estate, 
but by the judgment of his peers, or the law of the land. And the legis- 
lature shall not make any law that shall subject any person to a capital 
or infamous punishment, excepting for the government of the army and 
navy, without trial by jury. 

The privilege and benefit of the writ of habeas corpus shall be enjoyed 
in this commonwealth, in the most free, easy, cheap, expeditious, and 
ample manner; and shall not be suspended by the legislature, except 
upon the most urgent and pressing occasions, and for a limited time, 
not exceeding twelve months. 



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Art. 13. In criminal prosecutions, the verification of facts, in the Crimes to be 
vicinity where they happen, is one of the greatest securities of the life, ?idn!ty!" ""^ 
liberty, and property of the citizen. Dec. of Rights. Art. xiii. 

Art. 14. Every subject has a right to be secure from all unreasonable Right of 
searches, and seizures, of his person, his houses, his papers, and all his serzun;""'^ 
possessions. All warrants, therefore, are contrary to this right, if the cmst.'ot 
cause or foundation of them be not previously supjjorted by oath or ^ent'iv""^"'^' 
affirmation, and if the order in the warrant to a civil officer, to make Dec. of kights. 
search in suspected places, or to arrest one or more suspected persons, 
or to seize their property, be not accompanied with a special designation 
of the persons or objects of search, arrest, or seiziu-e: and no warrant 
ought to be issued but in cases, and with the formalities prescribed by 
the laws. 

Art. 15. In all controversies concerning property, and in all suits Right of trial 
between two or more persons, except in cases in which it has heretofore sa^redf except, 
been otherways used and practised, the parties have a right to a trial ^onst of 
by jiu'y; and this method of procedure shall be held sacred, unless, in „,• ^j vti"'"''' 
causes arising on the high seas, and such as relate to mariners' wages, Dec. of Rights, 
the legislature shall hereafter find it necessary to alter it. 

Art. 16. The liberty of the press is essential to the security of liberty of the 
freedom in a state : it ought not, therefore, to be restrained in this Kec^of Rights, 

, , 1 Art. XVI. 

commonwealth. 

Art. 17. The people have a right to keep and to bear arms for the Right to keep 
common defence. And as, in time of peace, armies are dangerous to standin'g """^^ 
liberty, they ought not to be maintained without the consent of the ousl'^Mmtf^" 
legislature; and the militarv power shall always be held in an exact gpw" subor- 

, ,. . , ..,•,. , , • 11. dinate to civil. 

subordmation to the civil authority, antl be governed by it. 

Dec. of Rights, Art. XVII. 

Art. 18. A frequent recurrence to the fundamental principles of ^^°?^J . 

. ... ,, 1 „ r ; , qualifications 

the constitution, and a constant adherence to those of piety, justice, for office. 
moderation, temperance, industry, and frugality', are absolutely neces- Art! xvii'l ' 
sary to preser\'e the advantages of liberty, and to maintain a free 
government. The people ought, consequently, to have a particular 
attention to all those principles, in the choice of their officers and rep- 
resentatives: and they have a right to require of their lawgivers and t/„°^g^' fV"**" 
magistrates an exact and constant observance of them, in the formation givers and 
and execution of the laws necessary for the good administration of the 
commonwealth. 

Art. 19. The people have a right, in an ortlerly and peaceable Right of people 
manner, to assemble to consult upon the common good ; give instructions repr'eSitatives 
to their representati\es, and to request of the legislative body, by the fegltoil^lT" 
way of addresses, petitions, or remonstrances, redress of the wrongs ArTxix^'^*"*^' 
done them, and of the grievances they suffer. 

Art. 20. The power of suspending the laws, or the execution of Power to sus- 
11 1 1 • I 1 1 1 I • 1 p™° t"* '^"^ 

the laws, ought ne\'er to be exercised but b\' the legislature, or by ortheii 

1 • 1 • 1 C • 1 • 1 •' fvafitti. 

authority derived from it, to be exercised m 
only as the legislature shall expressly provide for. 

Art. 21. The freedom of deliberation, speech, and debate, in either Freedom of 
house of the legislature, is so essential to the rights of the people, that and^eason" 
it cannot be the foundation of any accusation or prosecution, action Dl^'ofRights, 
or complaint, in any other court or place whatsoever. ^■■»- ^^i- 

Art. 22. The legislature ought frequently to assemble for the redress Frequent 
of grievances, for correcting, strengthening, and confirming the laws, obTe?t?'thereof. 
and for making new laws, as the common good may require. a^xxii'^'''*' 



XXXn REARRANGEMENT OF CONSTITUTION OF MASSACHUSETTS. 

S.nslrt.*'""'"' Art. 28. No subsidy, charge, tax, impost, or duties ought to be 
ArT'xxnf^*''' established, fixed, laid, or levied, under any pretext whatsoever, with- 
out the consent of the people or their representatives in the legislatui-e. 
kwfprohlbited. Art. 24. Laws made to punish for actions done before the existence 
ArTx-xrv^*"*' °^ such laws, and which have not been declared crimes by preceding 
laws, are unjust, oppressive, and inconsistent with the fundamental 
principles of a free government. 
not'to'c"onvict Art. 25. No subjcct ought, in any case, or in any time, to be 
of treason, etc. declared guilty of treason or felony by the legislature. 

Dec. of Rights, Art. XXV. 



Excessive 
bail or fines, 
and cruel 
punishments, 
prohibited. 

No soldier to 
be quartered 
in any house, 
unless, etc. 
Dec. of Rights, 
Art. XXVII. 

Citizens 
exempt from 
law-martial, 
unless, etc. 
Deo. of Rights, 
Art. XXVIII. 

Judges of 
supreme 
judicial court. 
Tenure of 
office. 
Salaries. 
Dec. of Rights, 
Art. XXIX. 



Separation of 
legislative, 
executive and 
judicial 
departments. 
Dec. of Rights, 
Art. XXX, 



Art. 26. No magistrate or court of law shall demand excessive bail 
or sureties, impose excessive fines, or inflict cruel or unusual punishments. 

Dec. of Rights, Art. XXVI. 

Art. 27. In tifiie of peace, no soldier ought to, be quartered in any 
house without the consent of the owner; and in time of war, such 
quarters ought not to be made but by the civil magistrate, in a manner 
ordained by the legislatiu-e. 

Art. 28. No person can in any case be subject to law-martial, or 
to any penalties or pains, by virtue of that law, except those employed 
in the army or navy, and except the militia in actual service, but by 
authority of the legislature. 

Art. 29. It is essential to the preservation of the rights of every 
individual, his life, liberty, property, and character, that there be an 
impartial interpretation of the laws, and administration of justice. 
It is the right of every citizen to be tried by judges as free, impartial, 
and independent as the lot of humanity will admit. It is, therefore, 
not only the best policy, but for the security of the rights of the people, 
and of every citizen, that the judges of the supreme judicial court 
shoiJd hold their offices as long as they behave themselves well; and 
that they should have honorable salaries ascertained and established 
by standing laws. 

Art. 30. In the government of this commonwealth, the legislative 
department shall never exercise the executive and judicial powers, or 
either of them: the executive shall never exercise the legislative and 
judicial powers, or either of them: the judicial shall never exercise the 
legislative and executive powers, or either of them: to the end it may 
be a government of laws and not of men. 



THE FRAME OF GOVERNMENT. 



SUFFRAGE. ELECTIONS. TERMS OF OFFICE. 

S^viterffor"'' Art. 31. Evcry male citizen of twenty-one years of age and up- 

ieutenant- wards, excepting paupers and persons under guardianship, and persons 

governor, temporarily or permanently disqualified by law because of corrupt 

representatives, practlccs in Tcspett to clectious, who shall have resided within the 

Art™iiTxL'. commonwealth one year, and within the city or town in which he may 

claim a right to vote, six calendar months next preceding any election 

of governor, lieutenant-governor, senators, or representatives, shall 

have a right to vote in such election of governor, lieutenant-governor, 

senators, and representatives; and no other person shall be entitled 

to vote in such election. 



EE.URR.4NGEMENT OF CONSTITUTION OF ]VL\SSACHUSETTS. XXXIU 

Art. 32. No person shall have the right to vote, or be eligible to Reading con- 
office under the constitution of this commonwealth, who shall not be El^"iis™an'd 
able to read the constitution in the English language, and vrrlte his ^^^"JfuaueS- 
name: provided, however, that these provisions shall not apply to any ^°"^^^ 
person prevented by physical disability from complying with them, P"'"™? 
nor to any person who had the right to vote when these provisions were Art. xx. 
adopted. 

Art. 33. No person having served in the army or navy of the United ^^edTn° 
States in time of war, and having been honorably discharged from such |[™yjj°j ^f^- 
service, if otherwise qualified to vote, shall be disqualified therefor on qualified by 
account of receiving or having received aid from any city or town, or nicipai aid or 
because of the non-payment of a poll tax. pSuTax.™''° ° 

Amendments, Art. XXXI. 

Art. 34. No person, otherwise qualified to vote in elections for votemotdis- 
governor, lieutenant-governor, senators, and representatives, shall, by Change of " 
reason of a change of residence within the commonwealth, be disqual- sf^mXth^"' 
ified from voting for said officers in the city or town from which he re^va?"'°' 
has removed his residence, until the expiration of six calendar months ■^"I'^xx^^' 
from the time of such removal. 

Art. 35. The general court shall have power to provide by law for General court 
voting by qualified voters of the commonwealth who, at the time of fSr absent " 
an election, are absent from the city or town of which they are inhabit- Am'e"ndments, 
ants, in the choice of any officer to be elected or upon any question ^^ ^^^ 
submitted at such election. 

Art. 36. In all elections of civil officers by the people of this com- Plurality of 
monwealth, whose election is provided for by the constitution, the eTelTby'the 
person having the highest number of votes shall be deemed and de- Ameidments. 
clared to be elected. ^^- -^'^ 

Art. 37. Voting machines or other mechanical devices for voting voting 
may be used at all elections under such regulations as may be pre- "emiutd at 
scribed by law, and the general court shall have authority to provide AmenXents. 
for compulsory voting at elections; provided that the right of secret Art. xxxvin. 
voting shall be preserved. 

Compulsory voting. Amendments, Art. LXI. Proviso. 

Art. 38. The general coiu-t shall have full power and authority to voting 
provide for the inhabitants of the towns in this commonwealth more Pn u>»-^*s'. 
than one place of public meeting within the limits of each town for the AmendmenTI; 
election of officers under the constitution, and to prescribe the manner ^'^- xxix. 
of calling, holding and conducting such meetings. 

Art. 39. Beginning with the Tuesday next after the first Monday in Biennial 
November in the year nineteen hundred and twenty, the governor, state officers, 
lieutenant-governor, councillors, secretary, treasurer, attorney-general, 8enat""°and 
auditor, senators and representatives shall be elected biennially, and Jf^JI''^'''*" 
thereafter elections for the choice of these officers shall be held biennially ^^''J^^j^^*^' 
on the Tuesday next after the first Monday in November. The gov- f^^^^^^y^^^^ 
ernor, lieutenant-governor and councillors shall hold their respective until their suc- 
offices from the first Wednesday in January succeeding theu- election chXaand 
to and including the first Wednesday in January in the third year ^ppear^at the 
following their election, and until their successors are chosen and *?'Jo°g'reiath°^ 
qualified. The terms of senators and representatives shall begin with *°^'^YoTa°nd 
the first W^ednesday in January succeeding their election and shall representa- 
extend to the first Wednesday in January in the thu-d year following 
their election. The terms of the secretary, treasurer, attorney-general ^f Xce. 



REARRANGEMENT OF CONSTITUTION OF MASSACHUSETTS. 



Elections to be 
held by the two 
houses of the 
legislature, 
completion of. 
Ch. II, Sect. 
Ill, Art. VII. 
Amendments, 
Art. X. 

Order of filling 
vacancies in 
certain offices. 



and auditor shall begin with the third Wednesday in January succeed- 
ing their election and shall extend to the third Wednesday in January 
in the third year following their election and until their successors are 
chosen and qualified. 

Art. 40. Elections appointed to be held by the two houses of the 
legislature on the first Wednesday in January or at any other time, 
if not completed on the day appointed may be adjourned from day to 
day until the same shall be completed. Vacancies in the office of gov- 
ernor and lieutenant-governor shall be first filled in the order named 
and then vacancies in the council. 

In Loring vs. Young, decided August 8, 1921, the Supreme Judicial Court expressed the opinion 
that the state constitution does not fix the date, first Wednesday in January, nor the order of filling 
vacancies, both of which this article purports to fix. 



Legislative 
department. 
Ch. I, Sect. I, 
Art. I. 

Commence- 
ment and 
termination of 

golitical year, 
leneral court 
to assemble 
annually, etc. 
Amendments, 
Art. X; Art. 
LXIV, §§ 1. 3. 



Quorum, in 
each branch 
of the general 
court, to con- 
sist of a 
majority of 

Amendments, 
Art. XXXIII. 
General court 
may talie 

The enacting 
style by the 
general court. 
Ch. VI. 
Art. VIII. 
Members of 
general court 
not to be ap- 
pointed to 
certain offices, 
nor receive 
compensation 
on recess 
committees, 
except, etc. 
Amendments, 
Art. LXV. 

Governor's 

veto. 

Ch. I, Sect. I, 

Art. II. 



THE LEGISLATIVE DEPAETMENT. 
THE GENERAL COURT. 

Art. 41. The department of legislation shall be formed by two 
branches, a Senate and House of Representatives; each of which shall 
have a negative on the other. 

The political year shall begin on the first Wednesday in January, 
and the general court shall assemble every year on the first Wednesday 
in January, and at such other times as they shall judge necessary, or 
when called together by the governor; and shall dissolve and be dis- 
solved on the day next preceding the first Wednesday in January in 
the third year following their election, without any proclamation or 
other act of the governor, and shall be styled, The General Court 
OF Massachusetts. 

A majority of the members of each branch of the general court shall 
constitute a quorum for the transaction of business, but a less number 
may adjourn from day to day, and compel the attendance of absent 
members. By concurrent vote of the two houses, the general court 
may take a recess or recesses amounting to not more than thirty days; 
but no such recess shall extend beyond the sixtieth day from the date 
of their annual assembling. Amendments, Art. lii. 

The enacting style, in making and passing all acts, statutes, and laws, 
shall be — " Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives 
in General Court assembled, and by the authority of the same." 

Art. 42. No person elected to the general com't shall during the term 
for which he was elected be appointed to any office created or the 
emoluments whereof are increased during such term, nor receive addi- 
tional salary or compensation for service upon any recess committee 
or commission except a committee appointed to examine a general 
revision of the statutes of the commonwealth when submitted to the 
general court for adoption. 

Art. 43. No bill or resolve of the senate or house of representatives 
shall become a law, and have force as such, until it shall have been 
laid before the governor for his revisal; and if he, upon such revision, 
approve thereof, he shall signify his approbation by signing the same. 
But if he have any objection to the passing of such bill or resolve, he 
shall return the same, together with his objections thereto, in writ- 
ing, to the senate or house of representatives, in whichsoever the same 
shall have originated; who shall enter the objections sent down by 
the governor, at large, on their records, and proceed to reconsider the 



REARR.\NGEXIENT OF CONSTITLTION OF MASSACHUSETTS. XXXV 

said bill or resoh^e. But if after such reconsideration, two-thirds of ™ °J "soive 

... , may be passed 

the said senate or house of representatives, shall, notvvithstandmar ^y two-thirds 

, .,,,. ■, -111 1 *ii^^ each house, 

the said objections, agree to pass the same, it shall, together with the notwithstand- 
objections, be sent to the other branch of the legislature, where it shall '"^^ 
also be reconsidered, and if approved by two-thirds of the members 
present, shall ha\e the force of a law: but in all such cases, the votes 
of both houses shall be determined by yeas and nays; and the names 
of the persons voting for, or against, the said bill or resolve, shall be 
entered upon the public records of the commonwealth. 

The governor, within five days after any bill or resolve shall have Return by 
been laid before him, shall have the right to retiu-n it to the branch of fenlmfcourt 
the general court in which it originated with a recommendation that meiftTetc'" 
any amendment or amendments specified by him be made therein. aS^lI'i'"''^' 
Such bill or resolve shall thereupon be before the general court and 
subject to amendment and re-enactment. If such bill or resolve is 
re-enacted in any form it shall again be laid before the goA^ernor for 
his action, but he shall ha^•e no right to return the same a second time 
with a recommendation to amend. 

In order to prevent unnecessary delays, if any bill or resolve shall not ^^™ bill or 
be returned by the governor within five days after it shall have been force of a law. 
presented, the same shall haxe the force of a law. Art. li. ^° ' ' 

If any bill or resolve shall be objected to, and not approved by the Biii, etc not 
governor; and if the general court shall adjourn within five days after HSi°n five 
the same shall have been laid before the governor for his approbation, bccom9'iaw°it 
and thereby prevent his returning it with his objections, as provided lajoums"?"' 
by the constitution, such bill or resolve shall not become a law, nor have meantime. 

force as such. Amendments, Art. I. 

THE SENATE. 

Art. 44. A census of the inhabitants of each city and town, on the P""^"' °' 
first day of May, shall be taken and returned into the office of the sec- when taken', 
retary of the commonwealth, on or before the last day of June, in the Amendments, 
year one thousand nine hundred and twenty-five; and every tenth opini^^ofthe 
year thereafter. In the census aforesaid, a special enumeration shall 220'Mass 609 
be made of the legal \oters, and in each city such enumeration shall Special enumer- 
specify the number of legal voters aforesaid, residing in each ward of ?ot°e°rs?U?r' 
such city. The enumeration aforesaid shall determine the apportion- anpo'rtio'nment 
ment of senators for the periods between the taking of the census. of senators. 

J not the require- 

Art. 45. The senate shall consist of forty members. The general bl?" members 
court shall, at its first session after each next preceding special enu- districts, etc. 

.... , !_, 1 • , J. , 1* • 11 T Amendments, 

meration, divide the commonwealth into forty districts of adjacent Art. xxii. 
territory, each district to contain, as nearly as may be, an ecjual number 
of legal voters, according to the enumeration aforesaid: provided, how- 
ever, that no town or ward of a city shall be divided therefor; and 
such districts shall be formed, as nearly as may be, without uniting 
two counties, or parts of two or more counties, into one district. 

Each district shall elect biennially for the term of two years one Qualifications 
senator, who shall have been an inhabitant of this commonwealth five ch^^'^sect'. 11, 
years at least immediately preceding his election, and at the time of Amendments, 
his election shall be an inhabitant of the district for which he is chosen; lxiv'^''^'^' 
and he shall cease to represent such senatorial district when he shall 
cease to be an inhabitant of the commonwealth. 



REARRANGEMENT OF CONSTITUTION OP MASSACHUSETTS. 



Manner and 
time of choos- 
ing senators. 
Ch. I, Sect. II, 
Art. II. 
Amendments, 
Arts. XV, 
LXIV. 



Persons 
qualified 
to vote. 



Word 

"inhabitant" 

defined. 



Receiving, 
counting and 
return of votes. 



Art. 40. The senate shall be the first branch of the legislature; and 
the senators shall be chosen in the following manner: there shall be 
a meeting on the Tuesday next after the first IMonday in November, 
biennially, of the inhabitants of each town in the several counties of 
this commonwealth; to be called by the selectmen, and warned in due 
course of law, at least seven days before such Tuesday, for the piu^pose 
of electing persons to be senators; and at such meetings every male 
inhabitant of twenty-one years of age and upwards, qualified as pro- 
vided in this constitution, shall have a right to give in his vote for the 
senator for the district of which he is an inhabitant. And to remove 
all doubts concerning the meaning of the word "inhabitant" in this 
constitution, every person shall be considered as an inhabitant, for the 
purpose of electing and being elected into any office, or place within 
this state, in that city or town where he dwelleth, or hath his home. 

The selectmen of the several towns shall preside at such meetings 
impartially; and shall receive the votes of all the inhabitants of such 
towns present and ciualified to vote for senators, and shall sort and 
count them in open town meeting, and in presence of the town clerk, 
who shall make a fair record, in presence of the selectmen, and in open 
town meeting, of the name of every person voted for, and of the num- 
ber of votes against his name: and a fair copy of this record shall be 
attested by the selectmen and the town clerk, and shall be sealed up, 
du'ected to the secretary of the commonwealth for the time being, with 
a superscription, expressing the piuport of the contents thereof, and 
delivered by the town clerk of such towns, to the sheriff of the county 
in which such town lies, thirty days at least before the first Wednes- 
day in January biennially; or it shall be delivered into the secretary's 
office seventeen days at least before the said first Wednesday in Jan- 
uary: and the sheriff of each county shall deliver all such certificates 
by him received into the secretary's office, seventeen days before such 
first Wednesday. 

Art. 47. And that there may be a due convention of senators on 
the first Wednesday in January annually, the governor with five of the 
council, for the time being, shall, as soon as may be after each biennial 
election, examine the returned copies of such records; and after each 
biennial election fourteen days before such Wednesday he shall issue 
his summons to such persons as shall appear to be chosen by the highest 
number of votes to attend on that day, and take their seats accordingly. 

Art. 48. The senate shall be the final judge of the elections, returns 
and qualifications of their own members, as pointed out in the con- 
stitution; and shall, on the first Wednesday in January biennially, 
determine and declare who is elected by each district to be senator by 
the highest number of votes. Any vacancy in the senate shall be filled 
by election by the people of the unrepresented district, upon the order 
of a majority of senators elected. Amendments, Art. xxiv. 

Art. 49. The senate shall choose its own president, appoint its 
own officers, and determine its own rules of proceedings. 

Ch. I, Sect. II, Art. VII. 

Art. 50. The senate shall have power to adjourn themselves, pro- 
vided such adjournments do not exceed two days at a time. 

Ch. I, Sect. II, Art. VI. 

hlipl'ach'mmts ^^'^- ^^- ^'^^ Senate shall be a com-t with full authority to hear and 
Art vFn '■ "' determine all impeachments made by the house of representatives, 



Governor and 
council to 
examine and 
count votes, 
and issue 



Ch. I, Sect. II, 
Art. III. 
Amendments, 
Arts. X, XIV, 
LXIV. 

Senate to be 
final judge of 
elections, etc., 
of its own 
members. 
Ch. I, Sect. II, 
Art. III. 
Amendments, 
Arts. X, XIV, 
LXIV. 
Vacancies, 
how filled. 
Senate to 
choose its 
officers and 
establish 
its rules. 

Not to adjourn 
for more than 
two days. 



REARRANGEMENT OP CONSTITUTION OF MASSACHUSETTS. XXXvii 

against any officer or officers of the commonwealth, for misconduct and 
maladministration in their offices. But previous to the trial of every Oath. 
impeachment the members of the senate shall respectively be sworn, 
triily and impartially to try and determine the charge in question, 
according to evidence. Their judgment, however, shall not extend ^j°J^*nc'e°° "^ 
further than to removal from office and disqualification to hold or enjoy 
any place of honor, trust, or profit, under this commonwealth; but 
the party so convicted shall be, nevertheless, liable to indictment, trial, 
judgment, and punishment, according to the laws of the land. 

THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. 

Art. 52. There shall be, in the legislature of this commonwealth, a Representation 
representation of the people, biennially elected, and founded upon the ch' i. iS In, 

principle of equality. Amendments, Art. LXIV. "^'■'- '■ 

Art. 53. The special enumeration of legal voters hereinbefore re- Enumeration to 
quired in the case of the senate shall determine the apportionment of plnlonment'ot 
representatives for the periods between the taking of the census. representatives. 

The house of representatives shall consist of two hundred and forty House to con- 
members. The representatives shall be apportioned by the legislatiu-e, men?bers. 
at its first session after the return of each such special enumeration, to apporfionto'" 
the several counties of the commonwealth, equally, as nearly as may counties, etc. 
be, according to their relative numbers of legal voters, as ascertained article is 
by the next preceding special enimieration ; and the town of Cohasset, A*mendm«its, 
in the county of Norfolk, shall, for this purpose, as well as in the forma- ^^^' ^^^' 
tion of districts, as hereinafter provided, be considered a part of the 
county of Plymouth; and it shall be the duty of the secretary of the 
commonwealth, to certify, as soon as may be after it is determined by Secretary to 
the legislature, the number of representati\'es to which each coimty officers author- 
shall be entitled, to the board authorized to divide each county into colmties."' " 
representative districts. 

The ma^•o^ and aldermen of the citv of Boston, the county commis- Time of meet- 

. (» ' T • 1 t-i IV ^1 "" ' 1- PI 111 ^"S for division. 

sioners or other counties than bunolk, or in lieu or the mayor and alder- Proceedings. 
men of the city of Boston, or of the county commissioners in each county 
other than Suffolk, such board of special commissioners in each county, 
to be elected by the people of the county, or of the towns therein, as 
may for that purpose be provided by law, shall, on the fir.st Tuesday 
of August next after each assignment of representatives to each county, 
assemble at a shire town of their respective counties, and proceed, as 
soon as may be, to divide the same into representative districts of con- 
tiguous territory, so as to apportion the representation assigned to each 
county equally, as nearly as may be, according to the relative number 
of legal voters in the several districts of each county; and such districts 
shall be so formed that no town or ward of a city shall be divided there- 
for, nor shall any district be made which shall be entitled to elect more 
than three representatives. 

Every representative, for one year at least next preceding his election. Qualifications 
shall have been an inhabitant of the district for which he is chosen, atives!^^^^" 
and shall cease to represent such district when he shall cease to be an 
inhabitant of the commonwealth. The districts in each county shall be Districts to be 
mmibered by the board creating the same, and a description of each, described and 
with the numbers thereof and the number of legal voters therein, shall '^'^'■*'fi<=<i- 
be returned by the board, to the secretary of the commonwealth, the 



REARR.\NGEMENT OF CONSTITUTION OF MASSACHUSETTS. 



Representa- 
tives, how 
chosen. 

Ch. I, Sect. Ill, 
Art. III. 
Amendments, 
Art. XXXVIII. 
178 Mass. 005. 
196 Mass. 410. 
1 Op. A. G. (i02. 



Time of elec- 
tion of repre- 
sentatives. 
Amendments, 



House alone 
can impeach. 
Senate to try 
inipeachments 

House to 
originate 
money " 



bills. 



Ch. I, Sect. Ill, 
Art. VII. 
Not to adjourn 
more than two 

Ch!''i, Sect. Ill, 
Art. VIII. 

To judge of 
returns, etc., 
of its own 
members, 
choose its 
officers and 
establish its 
rules, etc. 
May punish 
for certain 
offences. 
Ch. I, Sect. Ill, 
Art. X. 



Senate, gov- 
ernor and coun- 
cil may punish. 
Ch. I. Sect. Ill, 
Art. XI. 



Trial may be 
by committee, 
or otherwise. 



county treasm-er of each county, and to the clerk of every town in each 
district, to be filed and kept in their respective offices. The manner of 
calling and conducting the meetings for the choice of representatives, 
and of ascertaining their election, shall be prescribed by law. 

Art. 54. Every member of the house of representatives shall be 
chosen by written votes. A vote by a lawfully authorized voting ma- 
chine or other mechanical device shall be deemed a written vote. The 
house of representatives shall have power from time to time to impose 
fines upon such towns as shall neglect to choose and return members 
to the same, agreeably to this constitution. 

Towns liable to fine for failure to choose. Ch. I, Sect. Ill, Art. II. 

Art. 55. The members of the house of representatives shall be 
chosen biennially as hereinbefore provided on the Tuesday next after 
the first Monday in November; but in case of a failm-e to elect repre- 
sentatives on that day, a second meeting shall be holden, for that pur- 
pose, on the fourth INIonday of the same month of November. 

Art. 56. The house of representatives shall be the grand inquest 
of this commonwealth; and all impeachments made by them shall be 
heard and tried by the senate. ch. i, sect, in. Art. vi. 

Art. 57. All money bills shall originate in the house of representa- 
tives; but the senate may propose or concur with amendments, as on 
other bills. 

Art. 58. The house of representatives shall have power to adjom-n 
themselves; provided such adjom-nment shall not exceed two days at 
a time. 

Art. 59. The house of representatives shall be the judge of the re- 
turns, elections, and qualifications of its own members, as pointed out 
in the constitution; shall choose their own speaker; appoint their own 
officers, and settle the rules and orders of proceeding in their own house. 
They shall have authority to punish by imprisonment every person, not 
a member, who shall be guilty of disrespect to the house, by any dis- 
orderly or contemptuous behavior in its presence ; or who, in the town 
where'the general court is sitting, and during the time of its sitting, shall 
threaten harm to the body or estate of any of its members, for any 
thing said or done in the house ; or who shall assault any of them there- 
for; or who shall assault, or arrest, any witness, or other person, ordered 
to attend the house, in his way in going or returning; or who shall 
rescue any person arrested by tlie order of the house. 

And no member of the house of representatives shall be arrested, or 
held to bail on mesne process, during his going unto, returning from, or 
his attending the general court. 

Art. go. The senate shall have the same powers in the like cases; 
and the governor and council shall have the same authority to pun- 
ish in like cases: provided, that no imprisonment on the warrant or 
order of the governor, council, senate, or house of representatives, for 
either of the above described ofi:'ences, be for a term exceeding thirty 
days. 

And the senate and house of representatives may try and determine 
all cases where their rights and priN'ileges are concerned, and which, by 
the constitution, they have authority to try and determine, by com- 
mittees of their own members, or in such other way as they may 
respectively think best. 



EEAEEANGEMENT OF CONSTITUTION OF MASSACHUSETTS. 



LEGISLATIVE POWERS. 

Art. 61. The general court shall forever have full power and au- General court 
thority to erect and constitute judicatories and courts of record, or fudTcatories""' 
other coiu-ts, to be held in the name of the commonwealth, for the hear- ^^'■'sof re^^d, 
ing, trying, and determining of all manner of crimes, offences, pleas, ^^ n'i''°'' ^' 
processes, plaints, actions, matters, causes, and things, whatsoever, aris- 
ing or happening within the commonwealth, or between or concerning 
persons inhabiting, or residing, or brought within the same: whether 
the same be criminal or civil, or whether the said crimes be capital or 
not capital, and whether the said pleas be real, personal, or mixed; and 
for the awarding and making out of execution thereupon. To which Courts, etc., 
courts and judicatories are hereby given and granted full power and te?oathT.""^" 
authority, from time to time, to administer oaths or afBrmations, for 
the better discovery of truth in any matter in controversy or depending 
before them. 

Art. 62. The legislature shall prescribe, by general law, for the elec- Legislature to 
tion of sheriffs, registers of probate, and clerks of the courts, by the ^Sron of""^ 
people of the several counties, and that district-attorneys shall be chosen tera'o/'pnfbate, 
by the people of the several districts, for such term of office as the legis- ^*'=- 

lature shall prescribe. Amendments, Arts. XIX, XXXVI. 

Art. 63. And further, full power and authority are hereby given General court 
and granted to the general court, from time to time to make, ordain, "c^ not°repug- 
and establish, all manner of wholesome and reasonable orders, laws, cons'tiuit^on. 
statutes, and ordinances, directions and instructions, either with penalties ^J),: ij'^<=ct. i, 
or without ; so as the same be not repugnant or contrary to this consti- 
tution, as they shall judge to be for the good and welfare of this com- 
monwealth, and for the go^•ernment and ordering thereof, and of the 
subjects of the same, and for the necessary support and defence of the 
government thereof; and to name and settle annually, or provide by May provide 
fixed laws for the naming and settling, all ci^'il officers within the said or'^appolntiL'ent 
commonwealth, the election and constitution of whom are not hereafter presfribe^thS? 
in this form of government otherwi.se provided for; and to set forth the duties. 
several duties, powers, and limits, of the several civil and military 
officers of this commonwealth, and the forms of such oaths or affirma- 
tions as shall be respectively administered unto them for the execution 
of their se^•eral offices and places, so as the same be not repugnant or 
contrary to this constitution; and to impose and levy proportional and ^aMs,"et^°'^ 
reasonable assessments, rates, and taxes, upon all the inhabitants of, 
and persons resident, and estates lying, within the said commonwealth ; 
and also to impose and levy reasonable duties and excises upon any 
produce, goods, wares, merchandise, and commodities, whatsoever, 
brought into, produced, manufactured, or being within the same; to 
be issued and disposed of by warrant, under the hand of the governor 
of this commonwealth for the time being, with the advice and consent 
of the council, for the public service, in the necessary defence and sup- 
port of the government of the commonwealth, and the protection and 
preservation of the subjects thereof, according to such acts as are or 
shall be in force within the same. 

And while the public charges of government, or any part thereof, Jsfa'Jes'fjncfin 
shall be assessed on polls and estates, in the manner that has hitherto l^^^l^ "" 
been practised, in order that such assessments may be made with 



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REARR.\NGEMENT OF CONSTITUTION OF MASSACHUSETTS. 



Powers of 
general court 
relative to 
imposing and 
levying a tax 



General court 
may charter 
cities. 

Amendments, 
Art. II. 



General court 
may provide 
for taking of 
land, etc, to 
relieve conges- 
tion of popula- 
tion and 
provide homes. 
Proviso. 

Conservation, 
etc., of natural 
resources of the 
commonwealth. 
Amendments, 
Art. XLIX. 



Taxation of 
wild or forest 
lands. 

Amendments, 
Art. XLI. 



General court 
to determine 
manner of dis- 
tribution of 
food, etc., 
during time of 
war, etc., by 



equality, there shall be a valuation of estates within the commonwealth, 
taken anew once in every ten j'ears at least, and as much oftener as the 
general court shall order. 

Art. 64. Full power and authority are hereby given and granted 
to the general court to impose and levy a tax on income in the manner 
hereinafter provided. Such tax may be at different rates upon income 
derived from different classes of property, but shall be levied at a uniform 
rate throughout the commonwealth upon incomes derived from the 
same class of property. The general court may tax income not derived 
from property at a lower rate than income derived from property, and 
may grant reasonable exemptions and abatements. Any class of prop- 
erty the income from which is taxed under the provisions of this article 
may be exempted from the imposition and levying of proportional and 
reasonable assessments, rates and taxes as at present authorized by the 
constitution. This article shall not be construed to limit the power of 
the general court to impose and levy reasonable duties and excises. 

Art. 65. The general court shall have full power and authority to 
erect and constitute municipal or city governments, in any corporate 
town or towns in this commonwealth, and to grant to the inhabitants 
thereof such powers, privileges, and immunities, not repugnant to the 
constitution, as the general coiu-t shall deem necessary or expedient for 
the regulation and government thereof, and to prescribe the manner 
of calling and holding public meetings of the inhabitants, in wards or 
otherwise, for the election of officers under the constitution, and the 
manner of returning the votes given at such meetings. Provided, that 
no such government shall be erected or constituted in any town not 
containing twelve thousand inhabitants, nor unless it be with the con- 
sent, and on the application of a majority of the inhabitants of such 
town, present and voting thereon, pursuant to a vote at a meeting duly 
warned and holden for that purpose. And provided, also, that all by- 
laws, made by such municipal or city government, shall be subject, at 
all times, to be annulled by the general court. 

Art. 66. The general court shall have power to authorize the com- 
monwealth to take land and to hold, improve, sub-divide, build upon 
and sell the same, for the purpose of relieving congestion of population 
and providing homes for citizens: provided, however, that this article 
shall not be deemed to authorize the sale of such land or buildings at 
less than the cost thereof. Amendments, Art. xmi. 

Art. 67. The conservation, development and utilization of the 
agricultural, mineral, forest, water and other natural resources of the 
commonwealth, are public uses, and the general court shall have power 
to provide for the taking, upon payment of just compensation therefor, 
of lands and easements or interests therein, including water and mineral 
rights, for the purpose of securing and promoting the proper conserva- 
tion, development, utilization and control thereof and to enact legisla- 
tion necessary or expedient therefor. 

Art. 68. Full power and authority are hereby given and granted 
to the general court to prescribe for wild or forest lands such methods 
of taxation as will develop and conserve the forest resources of the 
commonwealth. 

Art. 69. The maintenance and distribution at reasonable rates, 
during time of war, public exigency, emergency or distress, of a sufficient 
supply of food and other common necessaries of life and the providing 
of shelter, are public functions, and the commonwealth and the cities 



REARR.\NGEMENT OF CONSTITUTION OF MASSACHUSETTS. xli 

and towns therein may take and may provide the same for their in- the common- 
habitants in such manner as the general court shall determine. and towns. 

Amendments, Art. XLVII. 

Art. 70. The general court may by special acts for the purpose of g °n"erI1 Murt 
laying out, widening or relocating highways or streets, authorize the t^e'^takin "l/""^ 
taking in fee by the commonwealth, or by a county, city or town, of 'and, etc , for 
more land and property than are needed for the actual construction of locating high- 
such highway or street: provided, however, that the land and property Imendmmts, 
authorized to be taken are specified in the act and are no more in extent ^'^' ^^^^^• 
than would be sufficient for suitable building lots on both sides of such 
highway or street, and after so much of the land or property has been 
appropriated for such highway or street as is needed therefor, may 
authorize the sale of the remainder for value with or without suitable 
restrictions. 

Art. 71. The general court shall have power to limit buildings Building zones 
according to their use or construction to specified districts of cities 'towLs^^ 

and towns. Amendments, Art. LX. 

Art. 72. Advertising on public ways, in public places and on private Regulation of 
property within public view may be regulated and restricted by law. pubUc ways?" 

Amendments, Art. L. ^''^■ 

Art. 73. The preservation and maintenance of ancient landmarks T.iking ancient 
and other property of historical or antiquarian interest is a public use, eTc. ™*'"^' 
and the commonwealth and the cities and towns therein may, upon pay- Art.Tl"^"'^' 
ment of just compensation, take such property or any interest therein 
under such regulations as the general court may prescribe. • 

Art. 74. On or before January first, nineteen hundred twenty-one, organization ot 
the executive and administrative work of the commonwealth shall be "wenty'depart- 
organized in not more than twenty departments, in one of which every ["orm the etlln- 
executive and administrati\'e office, board and commission, except those ^suativl wjrk"' 
officers serving directly under the governor or the council, shall be of the common- 
placed. Such departments shall lie imder such supervision and regula- except.' etc. 
tion as the general court may from time to time prescribe by law. Ar^Lxvi! 

Art. 75. Every charter, franchif^e or act of incorporation shall for- Every charter. 
ever remain subject to revocation and amendment. revicatiim'etc. 

Amendments, Art. LIX. 

THE INITIATIVE AND REFERENDUM. 
DEFINITION. 
Art. 76. Legislative power shall continue to be vested in the general initiative and 

, , . , .'^. . referendum, 

court; but the people reser^•e to themselves the popular initiative, definition, 
which is the power of a specified number of voters to submit constitu- nients. Art. 
tional amendments and laws to the people for approval or rejection ; initiative, i.* 
and the popular referendum, which is the power of a specified number of 
voters to submit laws, enacted by the general court, to the people for 
their ratification or rejection. 

The Initiative. 

INITIATIVE petitions. 

Art. 77. Contents. — An initiative petition shall set forth the full ^"^1*^"^!^ °^ 
text of the constitutional amendment or law, hereinafter designated as petition. 
the measure, which is proposed by the petition. 

Amendments, Art. XL\'III, The Initiative, II, § 1. 



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REARR.\NGEMENT OF CONSTITUTION OF MASSACHUSETTS. 



Certain matters 
shall not be 
proposed by 
initiative 
petition. 
Amendments, 
Art. XLVIII, 
The Initiative, 
II, § 2. 



Duty of 
general court 
to carry out 
law approved 
by the people. 
Anti-aid 
amendment, 
so-called, not 
to be subject 
of initiative 
amendment. 
Certain indi- 
vidual rights 
not to bo 
subject of 
initiative 
amendment. 
In the constitu- 
tion this pro- 
vision relates 
to referendum 
also. 



Further 
excluded 
matters. 



Certain 
legislative 
limitations 
extended. 

Initiative 
petition, 
mode of 
originat- 
ing, etc. 
Amendments, 
Art. XLVIII, 
The Initiative, 
II, § 3. 



Secretary 
of the com- 
monwealth to 
furnish blank 
forms, etc. 



Time of filing 
initiative 
petitions. 
The word 
"annual" is 
not in the 
state consti- 
tution. 



Transmission 
of proposed 
measure to 
general court. 
Amendments, 
Art. XLVIII, 
The Initiative, 
II, § 4. 



Art. 78. Excluded Matters. — No measure that relates to religion, 
religious practices or religious institutions; or to the appointment, 
qualification, tenure, removal, recall or compensation of judges; or to 
the reversal of a judicial decision; or to the powers, creation or abolition 
of courts; or the operation of which is restricted to a particular town, 
city or other political division or to particular districts or localities of 
the commonwealth; or that makes a specific appropriation of money 
from the treasury of the commonwealth, shall be proposed by an initia- 
tive petition; but if a law approved by the people is not repealed, the 
general court shall raise by taxation or otherwise and shall appropriate 
such money as may be necessary to carry such law into effect. 

Neither the provisions of this constitution embodied in article three, 
section two of the declaration of rights, nor this provision for their pro- 
tection, shall be the subject of an initiative amendment. 

No measure inconsistent with any one of the following rights of the 
individual, as at present declared in the declaration of rights, shall be 
the subject of an initiative petition: The right to receive compensation 
for private property appropriated to public use; the right of access to 
and protection in courts of justice; the right of trial by jury; protec- 
tion from unreasonable search, unreasonable bail and the law martial; 
freedom of the press; freedom of speech; freedom of elections; and the 
right of peaceable assembly. 

No part of the constitution specifically excluding any matter from 
the operation of the popular initiative and referendum shall be the 
subject of, an initiative petition; nor shall this article be the subject 
of such a petition. 

The limitations on the legislative power of the general court in the 
constitution shall extend to the legislative power of the people as exer- 
cised hereunder. 

Art. 79. Mode of Originating. — Such petition shall first be signed 
by ten qualified voters of the commonwealth and shall then be submitted 
to the attorney-general, and if he shall certify that the measure is in 
proper form for submission to the people, and that it is not, either 
affirmatively or negatively, substantially the same as any measure 
which has been qualified for submission or submitted to the people 
within three years of the succeeding first Wednesday in December and 
that it contains only subjects not excluded from the popular initiative 
and which are related or which are mutually dependent, it may then 
be filed with the secretary of the commonwealth. The secretary of the 
commonwealth shall provide blanks for the use of subsequent signers, 
and shall print at the top of each blank a description of the proposed 
measure as such description will appear on the ballot together with 
the names and residences of the first ten signers. All initiative petitions 
with the first ten signatures attached, shall be filed with the secretary 
of the commonwealth not earlier than the first \^'ednesday of the Sep- 
tember before the annual assembling of the general court into which 
they are to be introduced, and the remainder of the required signa- 
tures shall be filed not later than the first Wednesday of the following 
December. 

Art. 80. Transmission to the General Court. — If an initiative pe- 
tition, signed by the required number of qualified voters, has been filed 
as aforesaid, the secretary of the commonwealth shall, upon the next 
assembling of the general court, transmit it to the clerk of the house of 



RE.\EK.USrGEMENT OF CONSTITUTION OF MASSACHUSETTS. xliii 

re])resentatives, and the proposed measure shall then be deemed to be 
introduced and pending. 

The word "next", before "assembling", is not in the state constitution. 
LEGISLATIVE ACTION. GENERAL PROVISIONS. 

Art. 81. Reference to Committee. — If a measure is introduced into Reference to 
the general court by initiative petition, it shall be referred to a com- i!;?ttee'and"°™" 
mittee thereof, and the petitioners and all parties in interest shall be Amendments,"' 
heard, and the measure shall be considered and reported upon to the i^r'f^y'^?'' 

' • 1 1 • 1 1 • 11 The Initiative, 

general coiu't with the committee s recommendations, and the reasons m. § i- 
therefor, in writing. Majority and minority reports shall be signed by 
the members of said committee. 

Art. 82. Legislative Substitutes. — The general court may, by res- Legislative 
olution passed by yea and nay vote, either by the two houses sepa- fnitLtive"" 
rately, or in the case of a constitutional amendment by a majority of A™.Sments, 
those voting thereon in joint session in each of two general courts sue- The i^ftbthe 
cessively elected as hereinafter provided, submit to the people a substi- lvtv^'^'^'' 
tute for any measure introduced by initiative petition, such substitute 
to be designated on the ballot as the legislative substitute for such an 
initiative measure and to be grouped with it as an alternative therefor. 

LEGISLATIVE ACTION ON PROPOSED CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENTS. 

Art. 83. Definition. — A proposal for amendment to the constitu- Definition of 
tion introduced into the general coiu-t by initiative petition shall be amendment 
designated an initiative amendment, and an amendment introduced by aubsufut'e"*"^ 
a member of either house shall be designated a legislative substitute or 

a legislative amendment. Amendments. Art. XLVIII, The Initiative, IV, § 1. 

Art. 84. Joint Sessio7i. — If a proposal for a specific amendment of ("'"gn^fiJ!™ 
the constitution is introduced into the general court bv initiative petition amendment 

11 1 1 n ^ 1 i*n 1 T • to the con- 

signed by not less than twenty-nve thousand quahned voters, or ii in stitution. 

case of a proposal for amendment introduced into the general court by Art. xlviii," 

a member of either house, consideration thereof in joint session is called iv,''§ 2'.""*'™' 

for by vote of either house, such proposal shall, not later than the second 

Wednesday in the following June, be laid before a joint session of the 

two houses, at which the president of the senate shall preside; and if S°cfii™™°'^ 

the two houses fail to agree upon a time for holding any joint session Joint session. 

hereby required, or fail to continue the same from time to time until 

final action has been taken upon all amendments pending, the governor 

shall call such joint session or continuance thereof. 

Art. 85. Amendment of Proposed Amendments. — A proposal for an Proposed 

amendment to the constitution introduced by initiative petition shall tcTt'he "onsti- 

be voted upon in the form in which it was introduced, unless such t"hi?h'to°™ '° 

amendment is amended by vote of three-fourths of the members voting XmendmeSts, 

thereon in joint session, which vote shall be taken bv call of the yeas ^f'- t^J^viii, 

. J ' " •' The Initiative, 

and nays u called tor by any member. iv, § 3. 

Art. 86. Legislative Action. — Final legislative action in the joint Final legislative 
session upon any amendment shall be taken only by call of the yeas taken by yeas 
and nays, which shall be entered upon the journals of the two houses; Amendments, 
and an unfavorable vote at any stage preceding final action shall be The initiative, 
verified by call of the yeas and nays, to be entered in like manner. At ^^- 5 ■*• 
such joint session a legislative amendment receiving the affirmative general court 
votes of a majority of all the members elected, or an initiative amend- elected. 



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REARR.USfGEMENT OF CONSTITUTION OF MASSACHUSETTS. 



Submission o 
legislative 
amendment, 
etc., to the 
people. 
Amendments 
Art. XLVIII 
The Initiative 
IV, § 5; Art, 
LXIV. 



When an 
amendment 
becomes part 
of the con- 
stitution. 



ment recei\'ing the affirmative votes of not less than one-fourth of all 
the members elected, shall be referred to the general court next to be 
elected. 

Art. 87. Submission to the People. — If in the general court next 
elected a legislative amendment shall again be agreed to in joint session 
by a majority of all the members elected, or if an initiative amendment 
shall again receive the affirmative votes of at least one-fourth of all the 
members elected, such fact shall be certified by the clerk of such joint 
session to the secretary of the commonwealth, who shall submit the 
amendment to the people at the next biennial state election. 

An amendment shall become part of the constitution if approved, in 
the case of a legislative amendment, by a majority of the voters voting 
thereon, or if approved, in the case of an initiati^^e amendment or a 
legislative substitute, by voters equal in number to at least thirty per 
cent of the total number of ballots cast at such state election and also 
by a majority of the voters voting on such amendment. 



Legislative 
procedure on 
law proposed 
by initiative 
petition, etc. 
Amendments, 
Art. XLVIII, 
The Initiative 
V, § 1. 



when measure 
becomes law 
and tal^es 
effect. 



Amendment of 
proposed law 
by petitioners 
and submission 
of measure to 
the people by 
the secretary 
of the com- 
monwealth. 
Amendments, 
Art. XLVIII, 
The Initiative, 
V, §2. 



LEGISLATIVE ACTION ON PROPOSED LAWS. 

Art. 88. Legislative Procedure. — If an initiative petition for a law 
is introduced into the general court, signed by not less than twenty 
thousand qualified voters, a vote shall be taken by yeas and nays in 
both houses before the first Wednesday of the following June upon the 
enactment of such law in the form in which it stands in such petition. 
If the general court fails to enact such law before such first Wednesday 
of June, and if such petition is completed by filing with the secretary 
of the commonwealth, not earlier than the first Wednesday of the fol- 
lowing July nor later than the fir.st Wednesday of the following August, 
not less than five thousand signatures of qualified voters, in addition to 
those signing such initiative petition, which signatures must have been 
obtained after the first Wednesday of June aforesaid, then the secretary 
of the commonwealth shall submit such proposed law to the people at 
the next biennial state election. If it shall be appro\-ed by voters equal 
in number to at least thirty per cent of the total number of ballots cast 
at such state election and also by a majority of the voters voting on 
such law, it shall become law, and shall take effect in thirty days after 
such state election or at such time after such election as may be pro- 
vided in such law. 

Art. 89. Amendment by Petitioners. — If the general court fails to 
pass a proposed law before such first Wednesday of June, a majority of 
the first ten signers of the initiative petition therefor shall have the 
right, subject to certification by the attorney-general filed as hereinafter 
provided, to amend the measiu-e which is the subject of such petition. 
An amendment so made shall not invalidate any signatiu-e attached to 
the petition. If the measure so amended, signed by a majority of the 
first ten signers, is filed with the secretary of the commonwealth before 
the first Wednesday of the following July, together with a certificate 
signed by the attorney-general to the effect that the amendment made 
by such proposers is in his opinion perfecting in its nature and does not 
materially change the substance of the measure, and if such petition 
is completed by filing with the secretary of the commonwealth, not 
earlier than the first Wednesday of the following July nor later than the 
first Wednesday of the following August, not less than five thousand 
signatures of qualified voters, in addition to those signing such initia- 



REARR.\NGEMENT OF CONSTITUTION OF MASSACHUSETTS. xlv 

ti^'e petition, which signatures must have been obtained after the first 
Wednesday of June aforesaid, then the secretary of the commonwealth 
shall submit the measure to the people in its amended form. 

CONFLICTING AND ALTERNATIVE MEASURES. 

Art. 90. If in any judicial proceeding, provisions of constitutional Conflicting and 
amendments or of laws approved by the people at the same election are measures. 
held to be in conflict, then the provisions contained in the measure that govem^when 
received the largest number of affirmative votes at such election shall the pe™pie*!*etc. 

govern. Amendments, Art. XLVin, The Initiative, VI. 

Art. 91. A constitutional amendment approved at any election Constitutional 
shall govern any law approved at the same election. |™ve"?faw,'et?. 

Amendments, Art. XLVIII, The Initiative, VI. 

Art. 92. The general court, by resolution passed as hereinbefore General court 
set forth, may provide for grouping and designating upon the ballot as fS? groupi'4! 
conflicting measures or as alternative measures, only one of which is the'bXt 
to be adopted, any two or more proposed constitutional amendments ^^^'lvPh' 
or laws which have been or may be passed or qualified for submission The initiative, 
to the people at any one election: provided, that a proposed constitu- proviso. 
tional amendment and a proposed law shall not be so grouped, and that 
the ballot shall afl'ord an opportunity to the voter to vote for each of 
the measures or for only one of the measures, as may be provided in 
said resolution, or against each of the measures so grouped as con- 
flicting or as alternative. In case more than one of the measures so Oniy measure 
grouped shall receive the vote required for its approval as herein pro- eiraSmltwe 
vided, only that one for which the largest affirmative vote was cast deemed '^'^ 
shall be deemed to be approved. approved. 

The Referendum. 

when st.\.tutes shall take effect. 

Art. 93. No law passed by the general court shall take effect earlier when certain 
than ninety days after it has become a law, excepting laws declared to Ihe ge^?M ^^ 
be emergency laws and laws which may not be made the subject of a esm.''*'''' 
referendum petition, as herein provided. 

Amendments, Art. XLVIII, The Referendum, I. 
EMERGENCY MEASURES. 

Art. 94. A law declared to be an emergency law shall contain a Emergency 
preamble setting forth the facts constituting the emergency, and shall prlambie"'*'" 
contain the statement that such law is necessary for the immediate Art^xEviii' 
preservation of the public peace, health, safety or convenience. A J^^{{"'^'''' 
separate vote shall be taken on the preamble by call of the yeas and yea and nay 
nays, which shall be recorded, and unless the preamble is adopted by '""■^ thereon. 
two-thirds of the members of each house voting thereon, the law shall 
not be an emergency law. 

But if the governor, at any time before the election at which a law How governor 
may be submitted to the people on referendum, files with the secretary «%>i"n laws to 
of the commonwealth a statement declaring that in his opinion the forthwSh.* 
immediate preservation of the public peace, health, safety or convenience 
requires that such law should take effect forthwith and that it is an 
emergency law and setting forth the facts constituting the emergency, 



xlvi 



REARRANGEMENT OF CONSTITUTION OF MASSACHUSETTS. 



Certain 
franchise 
grants 
excepted. 



then such law, if not previously suspended as hereinafter pro^'ided, shall 
thereupon take effect, or if such law has been so suspended such sus- 
pension shall thereupon terminate and such law shall take effect. 

No grant of any franchise or amendment thereof, or renewal or 
extension thereof for more than one year shall be declared to be an 
emergency law. 



REFERENDUM PETITIONS. 

referendum Art. 95. Contents. — A^ referendum petition may ask for a referen- 

petition. duxa to the people upon any law enacted by the general court which is 

not herein expressly excluded. 

Amendments, Art. XLVIII, The Referendum, III, § 1. 



Certain matters 
shall not be 
the subject of 
a referendum 
petition. 
Amendments, 
Art. XLVIII. 
The Referen- 
dum. HI, § 2. 



Mode of 
petitioning for 
suspension of a 
law and referen- 
dum thereon. 
Amendments, 
Art. XLVIII, 
The Referen- 
dum, III, § 3. 



Votes neces- 
sary for 
approval, etc. 



Petition for 
referenduni on 
an emergency 
law or a law 
the suspension 
of whicn is not 
asked for. 



Art. 90. Excluded Matters. — No law that relates to religion, re- 
ligious practices or religious institutions; or to the appointment, qualifi- 
cation, tenure, remoA'al or compensation of judges; or to the powers, 
creation or abolition of courts; or the operation of which is restricted 
to a particular town, city or other political division or to particular dis- 
tricts or localities of the commonwealth; or that appropriates money 
for the current or ordinary expenses of the commonwealth or for any 
of its departments, boards, commissions or institutions shall be the 
subject of a referendum petition. 

Art. 97. Mode of Petitioning for the Suspension of a Law and a 
Rpferendum thereon. — A petition asking for a referendum on a law, 
and requesting that the operation of such law be suspended, shall first 
be signed by ten qualified voters and shall then be filed with the secre- 
tary of the commonwealth not later than thirty days after the law that 
is the subject of the petition has become law. The secretary of the 
commonwealth shall provide blanks for the use of subsequent signers, 
and shall print at the top of each blank a description of the proposed 
law as such description will appear on the ballot together with the 
names and residences of the first ten signers. If such petition is com- 
pleted by filing with the secretary of the commonwealth not later than 
ninety days after the law which is the subject of the petition has become 
law the signatures of not less than fifteen thousand qualified voters of 
the commonwealth, then the operation of such law shall be suspended, 
and the secretary of the commonwealth shall submit such law to the 
people at the next biennial state election, if thirty days intervene be- 
tween the date when such petition is so completed and filed with the 
secretary of the commonwealth and the date for holding such state 
election; if thu-ty days do not so inter-\-ene, then such law shall be sub- 
mitted to the people at the next following biennial state election, unless 
in the meantime it shall \va\q been repealed ; and if it shall be approved 
by a majority of the qualified voters voting thereon, such law shall, 
subject to the provisions of the constitution, take efi'ect in thirty days 
after such election, or at such time after such election as may be pro- 
vided in such law; if not so approved such law shall be null and void; 
but no such law shall be held to be disapproved if the negative vote is 
less than thirty per cent of the total number of ballots cast at such 
state election. 

Art. 98. Petitions for Referendum on an Emergency Law or a Law 
the Susixmsion of ichich is not asked for. — A referendum petition may 
ask for the repeal of an emergency law or of a law which takes efi'ect 
because the referendum petition does not contain a request for suspen- 



REARR.\NGEMENT OF CONSTITUTION OF MASSACHUSETTS. xlvii 

sion, as aforesaid. Such petition shall first be signed by ten qualified ^n^xLvPn' 
voters of the commonwealth, and shall then be filed with the secretary J^e Referen- 
of the commonwealth not later than thirty days after the law which is 
the subject of the petition has become law. The secretary of the com- Duties of the 
monwealth shall provide blanks for the use of subsequent signers, and common-" ' ^ 
shall print at the top of each blank a description of the proposed law '*'<'*'*''■ «'■=• 
as such description will appear on the ballot together with the names 
and residences of the first ten signers. If such petition filed as aforesaid 
is completed by filing with the secretary of the commonwealth not later 
than ninety days after the law which is the subject of the petition has 
become law the signatures of not less than ten thousand qualified voters 
of the commonwealth protesting against such law and asking for a 
referendum thereon, then the secretary of the commonwealth shall sub- 
mit such law to the people at the next biennial state election, if thirty 
days intervene between the date when such petition is so completed and 
filed with the secretary of the commonwealth and the date for holding 
such state election. If thirty days do not so intervene, then it shall be 
submitted to the people at the next following biennial state election, 
unless in the meantime it shall have been repealed; and if it shall not votes necessary 
be approved by a majority of the qualified voters voting thereon, it 
shall, at the expiration of thirty days after such election, be thereby re- 
pealed; but no such law shall be held to be disapproved if the negative 
vote is less than thirty per cent of the total number of ballots cast at 
such state election. 

General Provisions. 

identification and certification of signatures. 

Art. 99. Provision shall be made by law for the proper identifica- identification 
tion and certification of signatures to the petitions hereinbefore referred tkin oYsigna- 
to, and for penalties for signing any such petition, or refusing to sign '"("ions etc 
it, for money or other valuable consideration, and for the forgery of An^xLvfi'i' 
signatures thereto. Pending the passage of such legislation all provi- General Pro-' 
sions of law relating to the identification and certification of signatures 
to petitions for the nomination of candidates for state offices or to 
penalties for the forgery of such signatures shall apply to the signatures 
to the petitions herein referred to. The general court may provide by General court 
law that no co-partnership or corporation shall undertake for hire or drniiatmg'of 
reward to circulate petitions, may require individuals who circulate Efre'i'JTeward. 
petitions for hire or reward to be licensed, and may make other reason- 
able regulations to prevent abuses arising from the circulation of peti- 
tions for hire or reward. 



LIMITATION ON SIGNATURES. 

Art. 100. Not more than one-fourth of the certified signatures on Limitation on 
any petition shall be those of registered voters of any one county. signatures. 

Amendments, Art. XLVIII, General Provisions, 11. 
FORM OF BALLOT. 

Art. 101. Each proposed amendment to the constitution, and each Description on 
law submitted to the people, shall be described on the ballots by a de- drte°min°ed by 
scription to be determined by the attorney-general, subject to such pro- ''en°eraFeto 



xlviii 



EEARR.VNGEMENT OF CONSTITLTTIOlSr OF MASSACHUSETTS. 



Amendments, 
Art. XLVIII. 
General Pro- 
visions, III. 



Form of 
question on 
amendment to 
constitution. 
Amendments, 
Art. XLVIII, 
General Pro- 
visions, III. 

Form of 
question 
on a law. 
Amendments, 
Art. XLVIII, 
General Pro- 
Ill. 



vision as may be made by law, and the secretary of the commonwealth 
shall give each question a number and cause such question, except as 
otherwise authorized herein, to be printed on the ballot in the following 
form: 

Art. 102. In the case of an amendment to the constitution: Shall 
an amendment to the constitution (here insert description, 
and state, in distincti^•e type, whether approved or disap- 
proved by the general court, and by what vote thereon) be 
approved? 

Art. 10.3. In the case of a law: Shall a law (here insert description, 
and state, in distinctive type, whether approved or disap- 
proved by the general court, and by what vote thereon) be 
approved? 



YES. 




NO. 





YES. 

IsoT 







Secretary to 
send certain 
information 
to voters. 
Amendments, 
Art. XLVIII, 
General Pro- 
visions, IV. 



INFORMATION FOR VOTERS. 

Art. 104. The secretary of the commonwealth shall cause to be 
printed and sent to each registered voter in the commonwealth the full 
text of every measure to be submitted to the people, together with a 
copy of the legislative committee's majority and minority reports, if 
there be such, with the names of the majority and minority members 
thereon, a statement of the votes of the general court on the measure, 
and a description of the measure as such description will appear on the 
ballot; and shall, in such manner as may be provided by law, cause to 
be prepared and sent to the voters other information and arguments 
for and against the measure. 



Governor's 
veto not to 
apply. 



THE VETO POWER OF THE GOVERNOR. 

Art. 105. The veto power of the governor shall not extend to meas- 
ures approved by the people. 

Amendments, Art. XLVIII, General Provisions, V. 



THE GENERAL COURT S POWER OF REPEAL. 

Law approved ^RT. 106. Subjcct to the vcto power of the governor and to the 
maybe right of referendum bv petition as herein provided, the general court 

amended, etc., , -i"^! iij.i i 

by general may amcud or repeal a law approved by the people. 

'^°"''*- Amendments, Art. XLVIII, General Provisions, VI. 



Initiative and 
referendum 
self-executing. 
Legislation to 
facilitate. 



INITIATIVE ANT) REFERENTDUM DECLARED TO BE SELF-EXECUTING. 

Art. 107. The provisions of the initiative and referendum are self- 
executing, but legislation not inconsistent with anjthing therein con- 
tained may be enacted to facilitate the operation of such provisions. 

Amendments, Art. XLVIII, General Provisions, VII. 



STATE BUDGET AND VETO OF ITEMS BY THE GOVERNOR. 
LENDING CREDIT OF COMMONWEALTH. 

The budget,^ Art. 108. The Budget. — ^Yithin three weeks after the convening 
Amendm'ents, of the general court the governor shall recommend to the general court 
a budget which shall contain a statement of all proposed expenditures 



Art. LXIII, 



REARR.\NGEMENT OF CONSTITUTION OF MASSACHUSETTS. xlix 

of the commonwealth for the fiscal j'ear, including those already au- 
thorized by law, and of all taxes, revenues, loans and other means by 
which such expenditures shall be defrayed. This shall be arranged in General court 
such form as the general court may by law prescribe, or, hi default torm?etc. " 
thereof, as the governor shall determine. For the purpose of prepar- Governor 

I'll 1 1111 '• 11 niay require 

mg his budget, the governor shall have power to require any board, information 
commission, officer or department to fiu-nish him with any information etc 
which he may deem necessary. 

Art. 109. The General Apjyropriation Bill. — All appropriations The general 
based upon the budget to be paid from taxes or revenues shall be in- bfiFand powers 
corporated in a single bill which shall be called the general appropria- °[^l general 
tion bill. The general court may increase, decrease, add or omit items Arj^^'xiii*''' 
in the budget. The general court may provide for its salaries, mileage, § 3. 
and expenses and for necessary ex])enditures in anticipation of appro- 
priations, but before final action on the general appropriation bill it 
shall not enact any other appropriation bill except on recommendation 
of the governor. The governor may at any time recommend to the Governor may 
general court supplementary budgets which shall be subject to the supplementary 
same procedure as the original budget. bucfgets. 

Art. 110. Special Appropriation Bills. — After final action on the when special 
general appropriation bill or on recommendation of the governor, special bSil'^may 1'°° 
appropriation bills may be enacted. Such bills shall provide the specific Imendliiln'ts, 
means for defraying the appropriations therein contained. Art. lxui, §4. 

Art. 111. Siibmission to the Governor. — The governor may disap- Governor may 
prove or reduce items or parts of items in any bill appropriating money. etcTSems^'or 
So much of such bill as he approves shall upon his signing the same fn an/app'rT 
become law. As to each item disapproved or reduced, he shall transmit p"^"°° *""• 
to the house in which the bill originated his reasons for such disapproval ^™®LXin*'' 
or reduction, and the procedure shall then be the same as in the case § 5. 
of a bill disapproved as a whole. In case he shall fail so to transmit his items to have 
reasons for such disapproval or reduction within five days after the bill unTess" etc"' 
shall have been presented to him, such items shall have the force of 
law unless the general coiu-t by adjournment shall prevent such trans- 
mission, in which case they shall not be law. 

Art. 112. The credit of the commonwealth shall not in any manner Common- 
be given or loaned to or in aid of any individual, or of any private noftobe" 
association, or of any corporation which is privately owned and managed. |n'il?prise"™'* 

Amendments, Art. LXII, § I, 

Art. 113. The commonwealth may borrow money to repel invasion, common- 
suppress insurrection, defend the commonwealth, or to assist the United bormw money 
States in case of war, and may also borrow money in anticipation of p°urpo3es'° 
receipts from taxes or other sources, such loan to be paid out of the ^n''L'xiT'|'2 
revenue of the year in which it is created. 

Art. 114. In addition to the loans which may be contracted as Two-tWrds yea 
before provided, the commonwealth may borrow money only by a general court 
vote, taken by the yeas and nays, of two-thirds of each house of the Sriw m'oney 
general court present and voting thereon. The governor shall rec- pJr^ose.""""^ 
ommend to the general court the term for which any loan shall be ^^lxii?'^ 
contracted. 

Art. 115. Borrowed money shall not be expended for any other Expenditure of 
purpose than that for which it was borrowed or for the reduction or m°o"ey limited. 
discharge of the principal of the loan. Amendments, Art. lxii, § 4. 



REARIL4NGEMENT OF CONSTITUTION OF MASSACHUSETTS. 



THE EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT. 



Governor. 
His title. 
Ch. II, Sect. I. 
Art. I. 

To be chosen 
biennially. 
Qualifications. 
Ch. II, Sect, I, 
Art. II. 



To be chosen 
by the people, 
by a plurality 
of votes. 
Ch. II, Sect. I, 
Art. III. 
Amendments, 
Arts. X, XIV, 
LXIV. 



Choice in case 
of tie. 

The words "on 
the first 
Wednesday in 
January" are 
not in the state 
constitution. 



Power of gov- 
ernor, and of 
governor and 



May adjourn 
or prorogue 
genera! court 
upon request, 
and convene 
the same. etc. 
Ch. II, Sect. I, 
Art. V. 
Amendments, 
Art. X. 



THE GOVERNOR. 

Art. 11(3. There shall be a supreme executive magistrate, who shall 
be styled The Governor of the Commonwealth of Massachu- 
setts; and whose title shall be His Excellency. 

Art. 117. The governor shall be chosen biennially; and no person 
shall be eligible to this office, unless, at the time of his election, he shall 
have been an inhabitant of this commonwealth for seven years next 

preceding. Amendments, Arts. Xll, XXXIV and LXIV. 

Art. 118. Those persons who shall be qualified to vote for senators 
and representatives within the several towns of this commonwealth 
shall, at a meeting to be called for that purpose, on the Tuesday next 
after the first Monday in November biennially, give in their votes for 
a governor, to the selectmen, who shall preside at such meetings; and 
the town clerk, in the presence and with the assistance of the select- 
men, shall, in open town meeting, sort and count the votes, and form 
a list of the persons voted for, with the number of votes for each person 
against his name ; and shall make a fair record of the same in the town 
books, and a public declaration thereof in the said meeting; and shall, 
in the presence of the inhabitants, seal up copies of such list, attested 
by him and the selectmen, and transmit the same to the sheriff of the 
county, thirty days at least before the first Wednesday in January; 
and the sheriff shall transmit the same to the secretary's office, seven- 
teen days at least before such first Wednesday in January; or the 
selectmen may cause returns of the same to be made to the office of 
the secretary of the commonwealth, seventeen days at least before 
such day; and the secretary shall lay the same before the senate and 
the house of representatives on the first Wednesday in January, to be 
by them examined; and the person having the highest number of votes 
shall be deemed and declared to be elected, but if no person shall have 
been so elected, the house of representatives on the first Wednesday 
in January shall, by ballot, elect two out of four persons who had the 
highest number of votes, if so many shall have been voted for; but, if 
otherwise, out of the number voted for; and make return to the senate 
of the two persons so elected; on which the senate shall proceed, by 
ballot, to elect one, who shall be declared governor. 

Art. 119. The governor shall have authority, from time to time, 
at his discretion, to assemble and call together the councillors of this 
commonwealth for the time being; and the governor with the said 
councillors, or five of them at least, shall, and may, from time to time, 
hold and keep a council, for the ordering and directing the affairs of 
the commonwealth, agreeably to the constitution and the laws of the 
land. 

Art. 120. The governor, with the advice of the council, shall have 
full power and authority, during the session of the general court, to 
adjourn or prorogue the same to any time the two houses shall desire; 
and, in the recess of the said court, to prorogue the same from time to 
time, not exceeding ninety days in any one recess; and to call it together 
sooner than the time to which it may be adjourned or prorogued, if the 
welfare of the commonwealth shall require the same; and in case of 
any infectious distemper prevailing in the place where the general court 



RE.\ER.\NGEMENT OF CONSTITUTION OF MASSACHUSETTS. li 

is next at any time to convene, or any other cause happening, whereby 
danger may arise to the health or Hves of the members from their at- 
tendance, he may direct the session to be held at some other, the most 
convenient place within the state. 

Art. 121. In cases of disagreement between the two houses, with Governor and 
regard to the necessity, expediency, or time of adjournment or proroga- adj'ouJn™^^ 
tion, the governor, with the advice of the council, shall have a right to norexceeding 
adjourn or prorogue the general court, not exceeding ninety days, as he "l^tain rases" 
shall determine the public good shall require. ch, ii, sect, i, Art. vi. 

Art. 122. The power of pardoning offences, except such as persons Governor and 
may be convicted of before the senate by an impeachment of the house, pardon offences, 
shall be in the governor, by and with the advice of the council; but burnot ^before 
no charter of pardon, granted by the governor, with the advice of the ch'^ii'sect i 
council before conviction, shall avail the party pleading the same, not- -^t- ^i"- 
withstanding any general or particular expressions contained therein, 
descriptive of the offence or offences intended to be pardoned. 

Art. 12.3. All judicial officers, the solicitor-general, and coroners. Judicial offi- 
shall be nominated and appointed by the governor, by and with the nominated and 
advice and consent of the council ; and every such nomination shall ch!°iT,'^ct. i, 
be made by the governor, and made at least seven days prior to such ^■■' '■^• 

appointment. Amendments, Arts. XVII, XIX. 

Notaries public shall be appointed by the governor in the same manner Notaries public. 
as judicial officers are appointed, and shall hold their offices during seven AmenSnfe'nts, ' 
years. Women shall be eligible to appointment as notaries public. xxxv\i. 
Change of name shall render the commission void, but shall not prevent y^"- 
reappointment under the new name. The governor, with the consent eligible, etc. 
of the council, may remove justices of the peace and notaries public. oiBce'™"'^"™ 

Art. 124. All commissions shall be in the name of the Commonwealth Cominissions, 
of Massachusetts, signed by the governor and attested by the secretary ch^vi^Art'.lv; 
or his deputy, and have the great seal of the commonwealth affixed 
thereto. The tenure, that all commissioned officers shall bv law have To express 

I . ~, 1111 1 • 1 • • ■* • tenure of office. 

in their otnces, shall be expressed in their respective commissions. ch. iii. Art. i. 

Art. 125. All money received on account of the commonwealth from Collection of 
any source whatsoever shall be paid into the treasury thereof. 

Amendments, Art. LXIII, § 1. 

No moneys shall be issued out of the treasury of this commonwealth, Money, how 
and disposed of (except such sums as may be appropriated for the treasury, 
redemption of bills of credit or treasurer's notes, or for the payment of ch."?!! Sect, i, 
interest arising thereon) but by warrant under the hand of tfie governor ^'^- ^^■ 
for the time being, with the advice and consent of the council, for the 
necessary defence and support of the commonwealth; and for the pro- 
tection and preservation of the inhabitants thereof, agreeably to the 
acts and resolves of the general court. 

Art. 126. All public boards, the commissary-general, all superin- ah public 
tending officers of public magazines and stores, belonging to this com- make "quarterly 
monwealth, and all commanding officers of forts and garrisons within ch"n!sect. i. 
the same, shall once in every three months, officially, and without ■*^'- •'^^'• 
requisition, and at other times, when required by the governor, deliver Provision for 
to him an account of all goods, stores, provisions, ammunition, cannon oF''°ommSsary- 
with their appendages, and small arms with their accoutrements, and|™"|f'dby 
of all other public property whatever under their care respectively; ^"t'^L'^iil""'*' 
distinguishing the quantity, number, quality and kind of each, as par- 
ticularly as may be; together with the condition of such forts and gar- 



Hi 



REARRANGEMENT OF CONSTITUTION OF MASSACHUSETTS. 



etc.. of a 
public nature. 



Salary of 
governor. 
Ch. II, Sect. I, 
Art. XIII. 



Salaries of 
justices of 
supreme 
judicial court. 
General court 
to enlarge 
if insufficient. 



risons; and the said commanding officer shall exhibit to the governor, 
when required by him, true and exact plans of such forts, and of the land 
and sea or harbor or harbors, adjacent. 

And the said boards, and all public officers, shall communicate to the 
governor, as soon as may be after receiving the same, all letters, de- 
spatches, and intelligences of a public nature, which shall be directed 
to them respectively. 

Art. 127. As the public good requires that the governor should not 
be under the undue influence of any of the members of the general court 
by a dependence on them for his support, that he should in all cases act 
with freedom for the benefit of the public, that he should not have his 
attention necessarily diverted from that object to his private concerns, 
and that he should maintain the dignity of the commonwealth in the 
character of its chief magistrate, it is necessary that he should have an 
honorable stated salary, of a fixed and permanent value, amply sufficient 
for those purposes, and established by standing laws. 

Permanent and honorable salaries shall also be established by law for 
the justices of the supreme judicial court. 

And if it shall be found that any of the salaries aforesaid, so estab- 
lished, are insufficient, they shall, from time to time, be enlarged, as 
the general court shall judge proper. 



Lieutenant- 
governor; his 
title and 
qualifications. 
Ch. II, Sect. II, 
Art. I. 

Amendments, 
Art. LXIV. 
Election in 
same 
governor. 



Choice in 
case of tie. 
See note to 
Art. 118. 



Lieutenant- 
governor a 
member, 
except, etc. 

Lieutenant- 
governor to be 
acting gov- 



THE LIEUTENANT-GO\TRNOR. 

Art. 128. There shall be biennially elected a lieutenant-governor of 
the commonwealth of Massachusetts, whose title shall be His Honor; 
and who shall be qualified, in point of residence in the commonwealth, 
in the same manner with the governor; and the day and manner of his 
election, and the qualifications of the electors, shall be the same as are 
required in the election of a governor. The return of the votes for this 
officer, and the declaration of his election, shall be in the same manner; 
and if no one person shall be found to have the highest number of all 
the votes returned, the vacancy shall be filled by the senate and house 
of representatives, in the same manner as the governor is to be elected, 
in case no person shall have the highest number of the votes of the 
people to be governor. 

Art. 129. The governor, and in his absence the lieutenant-governor, 
shall be president of the council, but shall have no vote in council; and 
the lieutenant-governor shall always be a member of the council, except 
when the chair of the governor shall be vacant. ch. ii. Sect, ii, Art. ii. 

Art. 130. Whenever the chair of the governor shall be vacant, by 
reason of his death, or absence from tlie commonwealth, or otherwise, 
the lieutenant-governor, for the time being, shall, during such vacancy, 
perform all the duties incumbent upon the governor, and shall have and 
exercise all the powers and authorities, which by this constitution the 
governor is vested with, when personally present. 



THE COUNCIL. 



Council 
to advise 
governor, 
number, etc. 
Ch. II, Sect. 
Ill, Art. I. 
Amendments, 
Art. XVI. 



Art. 131. There shall be a council for advising the governor in the 
executive part of the government, to consist of eight persons besides 
the lieutenant-governor, whom the governor, for the time being, shall 
have full power and authority, from time to time, at his discretion, to 
assemble and call together; and the governor, with the said councillors. 



REARR.\NGEMENT OF CONSTITtTTION OP IVL^SSACHUSETTS. liii 

or five of them at least, shall and may, from time to time, hold and 
keep a council, for the ordering and directing the affairs of the com- 
monwealth, according to the laws of the land. 

Art. 132. Eight councillors shall be biennially chosen by the in- Eight coun- 
habitants of this commonwealth, qualified to vote for governor. The cLseVbien- 
election of councillors shall be determined by the same rule that is re- If^X^^ *'"' 
quired in the election of governor. The general coiu-t, at its first session ^"^"xv!?'''' 
after each decennial state census, shall divide the commonwealth into lxiv. 
eight districts of contiguous territory, each of which districts shall con- 
sist of five contiguous senatorial districts, as they shall be, from time to 
time, established by the general court, and each of such eight districts 
containing a number of inhabitants as nearly equal as practicable, 
without dividing any town or ward of a city, and each entitled to elect 
one councillor. No person shall be eligible to the office of councillor Eligibility. 
who has not been an inhabitant of the commonwealth for the term of 
five years immediately preceding his election. The day and manner of ^ann^'lf 
the election, the return of the votes, and the declaration of the elections, election, etc. 
shall be the same as are required in the election of governor. 

Art. 133. In case of a vacancy in the council, from a failure of elec- vacancies in 
tion, or other cause, the senate and house of representatives shall, by how'^fiiiSd! ' 
concurrent vote, choose some eligible person from the people of the Inl'xx'v""' 
district wherein such vacancy occiu-s, to fill that office. If such vacancy 
shall happen when the legislature is not in session, the governor, with 
the advice and consent of the council, may fill the same by appointment 
of some eligible person. 

Art. 134. And that there may be no delay in the organization of °f'f{;"'|o^™ 
the government on the first Wednesday in January, the governor, with ^'■^j'^^^jg 
at least five councillors for the time being, shall biennially, as soon as Arts xvi, 
may be, examine the returned copies of the records for the election of 
governor, lieutenant-governor, and councillors; and ten days before 
such first Wednesday in January he shall issue his summons to such 
persons as appear to be chosen, to attend on that day to be qualified 
accordingly; and the secretary shall lay the returns before the senate secretar>-3 
and house of representatives on such first Wednesday in January, to be " "^'*' ''^''' 
by them examined; and in case of the election of either of such officers, 
the choice shall be by them declared and published; but in case there 
shall be no election of either of such officers, the legislature shall pro- 
ceed to fill such vacancies in the manner provided in the constitution 
for the choice of such officers. 

Art. 135. The councillors, in the civil arrangements of the com- Rank of 
monwealth, shall have rank next after the lieutenant-governor. ''°"''°' °™' 

Ch. II, Sect. Ill, Art. III. 

Art. 136. The resolutions and advice of the council shall be recorded of^^^^^eii. 
in a register, and signed by the members present; and this record may ch. ^I'^^^ect. 
be called for at any time by either house of the legislature; and any 
member of the council may insert his opinion, contrary to the resolution 
of the majority. 

Art. 137. Whenever the offices of governor and lieutenant-governor order of 
shall both be vacant, by reason of death, absence from the common- officfof"" "" 
wealth, or otherwise, then one of the following officers, in the order of fn case°o£ *"'' 
succession herein named, namely, the secretary, attornej'-general, treas- Amendments, 
urer, and auditor, shall, during such vacancy, have full power and au- Art. lv. 
thority to do and execute all and every such acts, matters and things 



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REARRANGEMENT OF CONSTITUTION OF IVLiSSACHUSETTS. 



as the governor or the lieutenant-governor might or could lawfully do 
or execute, if they, or either of them, were personally present. 



Secretary, 
treasurer, 
auditor and 
attorney- 
general to be 
elected 
biennially by 
the people. 
Amendments, 
Arts. XVII, 
LXIV. 

Qualifications 
of voters, 
manner of 
election, etc., 
to be such as 
are required to 
elect governor. 



To qualify 
within ten 
days, otherwise 
office to be 
deemed vacant. 



Treasurer ineli- 
gible for more 
than three suc- 
cessive terms. 



Secretary to 
keep records; 
to attend the 
governor and 
council, etc. 
Ch. II, Sect. IV, 
Art. II. 



SECRETARY. TREASURER. AUDITOR. ATTORNEY-GENERAL. 

Art. 138. The secretary, treasurer, auditor, and attorney-general, 
shall be chosen biennially, on the Tuesday next after the first Monday 
in November; and each person then chosen as such, duly qualified in 
other respects, shall hold his office for the term of two years from the 
third Wednesday in January next thereafter, and until another is chosen 
and qualified in his stead. The qualification of the voters, the manner 
of the election, the return of the votes, and the declaration of the elec- 
tion, shall be such as are required in the election of governor. In case 
of a failure to elect either of said officers on the day in November afore- 
said, or in case of the decease, in the mean time, of the person elected 
as such, such officer shall be chosen on or before the third Wednesday 
in January next thereafter, from the two persons who had the highest 
number of votes for such office on the day in November aforesaid, by 
joint ballot of the senators and representatives, in one room; and in 
case the office of secretary, or treasurer, or auditor, or attorney-general, 
shall become vacant, from any cause, during an annual or special session 
of the general court, such vacancy shall in like manner be filled by 
choice from the people at large; but if such vacancy shall occur at any 
other time, it shall be supplied by the governor by appointment, with 
the advice and consent of the council. The person so chosen or ap- 
pointed, duly qualified in other respects, shall hold his office until his 
successor is chosen and duly qualified in his stead. In case any person 
chosen or appointed to either of the offices aforesaid, shall neglect, for 
the space of ten days after he could otherwise enter upon his duties, to 
qualify himself in all respects to enter upon the discharge of such duties, 
the office to which he has been elected or appointed shall be deemed 
vacant. No person shall be eligible to either of such offices unless' he 
shall have been an inhabitant of this commonwealth five years next 
preceding his election or appointment. 

No person shall be eligible to election to the office of treasurer for 
more than tliree successive terms. 

Amendments, Art. LXIV, § 2. 

Art. 139. The records of the commonwealth shall be kept in the 
office of the secretary, who may appoint his deputies, for whose con- 
duct he shall be accountable; and he shall attend the governor and 
council, the senate and house of representatives, in person, or by his 
deputies, as they shall respectively require. 



Judicial 
officers to hold 
office during 
good behavior, 
except, etc. 
Ch. Ill, Art. I. 



Retirement 
because of ad- 
vanced age, etc. 
Amendments, 
Art. LVIII. 



THE JUDICIAL DEPARTMENT. 

Art. 140. All judicial officers, duly appointed, commissioned and 
sworn, shall hold their offices during good behavior, excepting such 
concerning whom there is different provision made in this constitution: 
provided, nevertheless, the governor, with consent of the council, may 
remove them upon the address of both houses of the legislature; and 
provided also that the governor, with the consent of the council, may 
after due notice and hearing retire them because of advanced age or 
mental or physical disability. Such retirement shall be subject to any 



EEARRANGElvrENT OF CONSTITUTION OF IVLiSSACHCSETTS. Iv 

provisions made by law as to pensions or allowances payable to such 
officers upon their voluntary retirement. 

Art. 141. In order that the people may not suffer from the long justices of the 
continuance in place of any justice of the peace who shall fail of dis- ort'heir office, 
charging the important duties of his office with ability or fidelity, all f^i "'■ •'^• 
commissions of justices of the peace shall expire and become void, in 
the term of seven years from their respective dates; and, upon the 
expiration of any commission, the same may, if necessary, be renewed 
or another person appointed, as shall most conduce to the well-being of 
the commonwealth. 

Art. 142. The judges of probate of wills, and for granting letters Provisions 
of administration, shall hold their courts at such place or places, on probate'rourta. 
fixed daj's, as the convenience of the people shall require ; and the fy- ^^'' ■^^■ 
legislature shall, from time to time, hereafter, appoint such times and 
places. 

The words in said article of the state constitution "until which appointments, the said courts shall 
be holden at the times and places which the respective judges shall direct", are omitted from this 
article. 

Art. 143. All causes of marriage, divorce, and alimony, and all ji\?"j.^^f„d 
appeals from the judges of probate, shall be heard and determined by alimony. 
the governor and council, until the legislature shall, by law, make other 
provision. 

Art. 144. All writs, issuing out of the clerk's ofiBce in any of the Provisions 
courts of law, shall be in the name of the Commonwealth of Massachu- ^^'^""'^ 
setts; they shall be under the seal of the court from whence they issue; ^^- ^'^' ^^- ^■ 
they shall bear test of the first justice of the court to which they 
shall be returnable, who is not a party, and be signed by the clerk of 
such court. 

Art. 145. All the laws which have heretofore been adopted, used, oHor^'meT'iawa 
and approved in the Province, Colony, or State of Massachusetts Bay, g'^'^P.'.' ^'^- y 
and usually practised on in the courts of law, shall still remain and be 
in full force, until altered or repealed by the legislature, such parts only 
excepted as are repugnant to the rights and liberties contained in this 
constitution. 

Art. 146. Each branch of the legislature, as well as the governor justices of 
and council, shall have authority to require the opinions of the justices ^Xc^f court 
of the supreme judicial court, upon important questions of law, and fonf wLn"" 

upon solemn occasions. Ch. III, An. II. reqmred. 

THE MILITIA. 

Art. 147. The general court shall provide by law for the recruit- Miiitaprand 
ment, equipment, organization, training and discipline of the military recruitment,' 
and naval forces. The governor shall be the commander-in-chief thereof. Amendments. 
and shall have power to assemble the whole or any part of them for ^n. li\. 
training, instruction or parade, and to employ them for the suppression 
of rebellion, the repelling of invasion, and the enforcement of the laws. 
He may, as authorized by the general court, prescribe from time to time 
the organization of the military and naval forces and make regulations 
for their government. 

Art. 148. All military and naval officers shall be selected and ap- Military and 
pointed and may be removed in such manner as the general court may Sow* appointed 
by law prescribe, but no such officer shall be appointed unless he shall ''°'' '■s™"''^*' 



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REARRANGEMENT OF CONSTITUTION OF MASSACHUSETTS. 



Governor 
to issue 
comtnissioDS. 



shall have served one year in either the federal or state militia or in 
military service. All such officers who are entitled by law to receive 
commissions shall be commissioned by the governor. 



OATHS OF OFFICE. 



INCOMPATIBLE OFFICES. 
TIONS FOR OFFICE. 



DISQUALIFICA- 



Oaths to be 
taken by all 
civil and 
military 
officers. 
Oh. VI, Art. I. 
Amendments, 
Arts. VI, VII. 



Oaths and 
affirmations, 
how admin- 
istered. 



Plurality 
of offices 
prohibited to 
governor, etc., 
except, etc. 
Oh. VI, Art. II 



Art. 149. The following oaths shall be taken and subscribed by 
every person chosen or appointed to any office, civil or military, under 
the government of this commonwealth, before he shall enter on the 
duties of his office, to wit: 

" I, A. B., do solemnly swear, that I will bear true faith and allegiance 
to the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, and will support the consti- 
tution thereof. So help me, God." 

"I, A. B., do solemnly swear and affirm, that I will faithfully and 
impartially discharge and perform all the duties incumbent on me as 
, according to the best of my abilities and under- 
standing, agreeably to the rules and regulations of the constitution 
and the laws of the commonwealth. So help me, God." 

Provided, that when any person shall decline taking such oaths, he 
shall make his affirmation in the foregoing forms, omitting the word 
"swear" in the first oath, and inserting, instead thereof, the word 
"affirm", and omitting the words "swear and" in the second oath; and 
omitting the Mords "So help me, God", in each oath, and subjoining, 
instead thereof, the words " This I do under the pains and penalties of 
perjury." 

No oath, declaration, or subscription, excepting the above oaths, shall 
be recjuired of the governor, lieutenant-governor, councillors, senators, 
or representatives, to qualify them for the duties of their respective 
offices. 

The said oaths or affirmations shall be taken and subscribed by the 
governor, lieutenant-goAcrnor and councillors, before the president of 
the senate, in the presence of the two houses of the legislature; and 
by the senators and representatives before the governor and council for 
the time being; and by the residue of the officers aforesaid, before such 
persons and in such manner as from time to time shall be prescribed by 
the legislature. 

Art. 150. No governor, lieutenant-governor, or judge of the supreme 
judicial court, shall hold any other office or place, under the authority 
of this commonwealth, except such as by this constitution they are 
admitted to hold, saving that the judges of such court may hold the 
office of justice of the peace through the state; nor shall they hold any 
other place or office, or receive any pension or salary from any other 
state or government or power whatever. 

No person shall be capable of holding or exercising at the same time, 
within this commonwealth, more than one of the following offices, 
namely: judge of probate, sheriff, register of probate, or register of 
deeds; and never more than any two offices, which are to be held by 
appointment of the governor, or the governor and council, or the sen- 
ate, or the house of representatives, or by the election of the people 
of the state at large, or of the people of any county, military offices, 
and the offices of justices of the peace excepted, shall be held by one 
person. 



EEARR^INGEMENT OF CONSTITUTION OF MASSACHUSETTS. IvU 

No person holding the office of judge of the supreme judicial court, int-ompatihie 
secretary, attorney-general, solicitor-general, treasurer, judge of probate, Pro\-ision for 
commissary-general, sheriff, clerk of the house of representatives, register eJmm'isSry- °' 
of probate, register of deeds, clerk of the supreme judicial com't, or |n""if^i, 
clerk of the inferior court of common pleas, shall at the same time have Amendments, 
a seat in the senate or house of representatives; but their being chosen state constitu- 
or appointed to, and accepting the same, shall operate as a resignation 
of their seat in the senate or house of representatives; and the place so 
vacated shall be filled up. 

And the same rule shall take place in case any judge of the said oa'ceT.^"'''''' 
supreme judicial court, or judge of probate, shall accept a seat in the 
council ; or any councillor shall accept of either of those offices or places. 

Art. 151. And no person shall ever be admitted to hold a seat in Bribery, etc., 
the general court, or any office of trust or importance under the gov- for office. ^ 
ernment of this commonwealth, who shall, in due course of law, have ^^' ^'' ^'^' '^" 
been convicted of bribery or corruption in obtaining an election or 
appointment. 

Art. 152. No judge of any court of this commonwealth, (except Certain 
the court of sessions) and no person holding any office under the au- patibie. 
thority of the United States, (postmasters excepted) shall, at the same Art.'^viT™ "' 
time, hold the office of governor, lieutenant-governor, or councillor, or 
have a seat in the senate or house of representati\'es of this conmion- 
wealth; and no judge of any com-t in this commonwealth, (except 
the court of sessions) nor the attorney-general, solicitor-general, district 
attorney, clerk of any court, sheriff', treasurer, register of probate, nor 
register of deeds, shall continue to hold such office after being elected a 
member of the Congress of the United States, and accepting that trust; 
but the acceptance of such trust, by any of the officers aforesaid, shall 
be deemed and taken to be a resignation of such office; and judges of 
the courts of common pleas shall hold no other office under the govern- 
ment of this commonwealth, the office of justice of the peace and militia 
offices excepted. 

THE UNR'ERSITY AT CAMBRIDGE, AND ENCOURAGEMENT OF 
LITERATURE. 

Art. 153. Whereas our wise and pious ancestors, so early as the Har\ard 
year one thousand six hundred and thirty-six, laid the foundation of ch. 'v,'^sect. i, 
Harvard College, in which university many persons of great eminence ^'*" '■ 
have, by the blessing of God, been initiated in those arts and sciences 
which qualified them for public employments, both in church and state; 
and whereas the encoin-agement of arts and sciences, and all good 
literature, tends to the honor of God, the advantage of the Christian 
religion, and the great benefit of this and the other United States of 
America, it is declared, that the President and Fellows of Harvard Powers, 
College, in their corporate capacity, and their successors in that of'the^pre'sraen't 
capacity, their officers and servants, shall have, hold, use, exercise, and cSnfirmel^ 
enjoy, all the powers, authorities, rights, liberties, privileges, immunities, 
and franchises, which they now have, or are entitled to have, hold, 
use, exercise, and enjoy; and the same are hereby ratified and con- 
firmed unto them, the said president and fellows of Harvard College, 
and to their successors, and to their officers and servants, respectively, 
forever. 



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EEAERANGEMENT OF CONSTITUTION OF MASSACHUSETTS. 



Power of 
alteration of 
government of 
university 
reserved to 
general court. 
Ch. V. Sect. I, 
Art. III. 



Rant's! etc., -^RT. 154. And whereas there have been at sundry times, by divers 

Coulg7Vtc persons, gifts, grants, devises of houses, lands, tenements, goods, chattels, 

Ch^™s't I legacies, and conveyances, heretofore made, either to Harvard College 

Art. li. ' in Cambridge, in New England, or to the president and fellows of 

Harvard College, or to the said college by some other description, under 

several charters, successively; it is declared, that all the said gifts, 

grants, devises, legacies, and conveyances, are hereby forever confirmed 

unto the president and fellows of Harvard College, and to their successors 

in the capacity aforesaid, according to the true intent and meaning of 

the donor or donors, grantor or grantors, devisor or devisors. 

Art. 155. Nothing herein shall be construed to prevent the general 
coiu^t of this commonwealth from making such alterations in the gov- 
ernment of the said university, as shall be conducive to its advantage, 
and the interest of the republic of letters, in as full a manner as might 
have been done by the general court under the provisions of the consti- 
tution adopted in seventeen hundred and eighty. 

* The words "by the general court under the provisions of the constitution adopted in seventeen 

hundred and eighty" are substituted for the words "by the legislature of the late Province of the 
Massachusetts Bay." 

leSsTatures Art. 156. Wisdom and knowledge, as well as virtue, diffused gen- 

to'encourage'''^ crally amoug the body of the people, being necessary for the preserva- 
«iucation etc tion of their rights and liberties; and as these depend on spreading the 
opportunities and advantages of education in the various parts of the 
country, and among the different orders of the people, it shall be the 
duty of legislatiu-es and magistrates, in all future periods of this com- 
monwealth, to cherish the interests of literature and the sciences, and 
all seminaries of them; especially the university at Cambridge, pub- 
lic schools and grammar schools in the towns; to encourage private 
societies and public institutions, rewards and immunities, for the pro- 
motion of agriculture, arts, sciences, commerce, trades, manufactures, 
and a natural history of the country; to countenance and inculcate 
the principles of humanity and general benevolence, public and private 
charity, industry and frugality, honesty and punctuality in their deal- 
ings; sincerity, good humor, and all social affections, and generous 
sentiments, among- the people. 



Rearrangement 
to appear in all 
future publica- 
tions of con- 
stitution. 
Not to be 
deemed to 
change mean- 
ing, etc., of 
existing 
constitution. 
(New.) 
Provision for 
preser\dng and 
publishing. 
Ch. VI, Art. 
XI. 



CONTINUANCE AND ENROLLMENT. 

Art. 157. Upon the ratification and adoption by the people of this 
rearrangement of the existing constitution and the amendments thereto, 
the constitution shall be deemed and taken to be so rearranged and 
shall appear in such rearranged form in all future publications thereof. 
Such rearrangement shall not be deemed or taken to change the mean- 
ing or effect of any part of the constitution or its amendments as there- 
tofore existing or operative. 

Art. 158. This form of government shall be enrolled on parchment, 
and deposited in the secretary's office, and be a part of the laws of the 
land; and printed copies thereof shall be prefixed to the book containing 
the laws of this commonwealth, in all future editions of such laws. 

Ch. VI, Art. X, was not included in this rearrangement. 



CONSTITUTION 

OR 

FORM OF GOVERNMENT 



Commontucaltf) of jWasisacfjusiEtts!. 



PREAMBLE. 

Objects of government. — Body politic, 
how formed. — Its nature. 



PART THE FIRST. 

Declaration of Rights. 
Article 

1. Equality and natural rights of all men. 

2. Right and duty of public religious wor- 

ship. — Protection therein. 

3. Legislature empowered to compel pro- 

vision for public worship; and to 
enjoin attendance thereon. — Ex- 
clusive right of electing religious 
teachers secured. — Option as to 
whom parochial taxes may be paid, 
unless, etc. — All denominations 
equally protected. — No subordina- 
tion of one sect to another. 

4. Right of self-government secured. 
6. Accountability of all officers, etc. 

6. Services rendered to the public being 

the only title to peculiar privileges, 
hereditary offices are absurd and un- 
natural. 

7. Objects of government; right of people 

to institute and change it. 

8. Right of people to secure rotation in 

office. 

9. All having the qualifications prescribed 

equally eligible to office. 
10. Right of protection and duty of 
contribution correlative. — Taxation 
founded on consent. — Private prop- 
erty not to be taken for public uses 
without, etc. 



Article 

1 1 . Remedies, by recourse to the law, to be 

free, complete and prompt. 

12. Prosecutions regulated. — Right to 

trial by jury in criminal cases, ex- 
cept, etc. 

13. Crimes to be proved in the vicinity. 

14. Right of search and seizure regulated. 

15. Right to trial by jury sacred, except, 

etc. 

16. Liberty of the press. 

17. Right to keep and bear arms. — Stand- 

ing armies dangerous. — Military 
power subordinate to ci\-il. 

18. Moral qualifications for office. — Moral 

obligations of lawgivers and magis- 
trates. 

19. Right of people to instruct representa- 

tives and petition legislature. 

20. Power to suspend the laws or their ex- 

ecution. 

21. Freedom of debate, etc., and reason 

therefor. 

22. Frequent sessions, and objects thereof. 

23. No tax without consent. 

24. Ex post facto laws prohibited. 

25. Legislature not to convict of treason, 

etc. 

26. Excessive bail or fines, and cruel pun- 

ishments, prohibited. 

27. No soldier to be quartered in any house, 

unless, etc. 

28. Citizens exempt from law-martial, un- 

less, etc. 

29. Judges of supreme judicial court. — 

Tenure of their office. — ■ Salaries. 

30. Separation of legislative, executive and 

judicial departments. 



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CONSTITUTION OF MASSACHUSETTS. 



PAUT THE SECOND. 

Frame of Government. 
Title of body politic. 

CHAPTER I. 

LEGISLATIVE POWER. 

Section 1. 

The General Court. 

Article 

1. Legislative department. 

2. Governor's veto. — Bill may be passed 

by two-thirds of each house, notwith- 
standing. — Bill or resolve not re- 
turned within five days to be law. 

3. General court may constitute judica- 

tories, courts of record, etc. — Courts, 
etc., may administer oaths. 

4. General court may enact laws, etc., 

not repugnant to the constitution; 
may provide for the election or ap- 
pointment of olBcers; prescribe their 
duties; impose taxes, duties and ex- 
cises, to be disposed of for defence, 
protection, etc. — Valuation of es- 
tates once in ten years, at least, 
while, etc. 

Section 2. 
Senate. 
Article 

1. Senate, number and by whom elected. 

— Counties to be districts, until, etc. 

2. Manner and time of choosing senators 

and councillors. — Word "inhabit- 
ant" defined. — Selectmen to pre- 
side at town meetings. — Return of 
votes. — Inhabitants of unincor- 
porated plantations, who pay state 
taxes, may vote. — Plantation meet- 
ings. — Assessors to notify, etc. 

3. Governor and council to examine and 

count votes, and issue summonses. 

4. Senate to be final judge of elections, 

etc., of its own members. — Va- 
cancies, how filled. 

5. Qualifications of a senator. 

6. Senate not to adjourn more than two 

days. 

7. Shall choose officers and establish rules. 

8. Shall try all impeachments. — Oath. — 

Limitation of sentence. 

9. Quorum. 

Section 3. 
House of Representatives. 
Article 

1. Representation of the people. 

2. Representatives, by whom chosen. — 

Proviso as to towns having less than 
150 ratable polls. — Towns liable to 
fine in case, etc. — Expenses of trav- 
elling to and from the general court, 
how paid. 



Article 

3. Qualifications of a representative. 

4. Qualifications of a voter. 

5. Representatives, when chosen. 

6. House alone can impeach. 

7. House to originate all money bills. 

8. Not to adjourn more than two days. 

9. Quorum. 

10. To judge of returns, etc., of its own 

members; to choose its officers and 
establish its rules, etc. — May pun- 
ish for certain offences. — Privileges 
of members. 

11. Senate. — ^ Governor and council may 

punish. — General limitation. — Trial 
may be by committee, or otherwise. 

CHAPTER II. 

EXECUTIVE POWER. 

Section 1. 

Governor. 

Article 

1. Governor. — His title. 

2. To be chosen annually. — Qualifica- 

tions. 

3. To be chosen by the people, by a ma- 

jority of votes. — How chosen, when 
no person has a majority. 

4. Power of governor, and of governor and 

councU. 

5. May adjourn or prorogue general court 

upon request, and convene the same. 

6. Governor and council may adjourn 

general court in cases, etc., but not 
exceeding ninety days. 

7. Governor to be commander-in-chief. — 

Limitation. 

8. Governor and council may pardon of- 

fences, except, etc. — But not before 
conviction. 

9. Judicial officers, etc., how nominated 

and appointed. 

10. Militia officers, how elected. — How 

commissioned. — Election of officers. 
— Major-generals, how appointed 
and commissioned. — Vacancies, how 
filled, in case, etc. — Officers duly 
commissioned, how removed. — Ad- 
jutants, etc., how appointed. — • 
Army officers, how appointed. — Or- 
ganization of militia. 

11. Money, how drawn from the treasury, 

except, etc. 

12. All public boards, etc., to make quar- 

terly returns. 

13. Salary of governor. — Salaries of jus- 

tices of supreme judicial court. — 
Salaries to be enlarged if insufficient. 

Section 2. 
Lieutenant Governor. 
Article 
1. Lieutenant governor; his title and qual- 
ifications. — How chosen. 



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Lxi 



Article 

2. President of council. — Lieutenant 

governor a member, except, etc. 

3. Lieutenant governor to be acting gov- 

ernor, in case, etc. 

Section 3. 
Council, and the Manner of settling Elec- 
tions by the Legislature. 
Article 

1. Council. 

2. Number; from whom and how chosen. 

— If senators become councillors, 
their seats to be vacated. 

3. Rank of councillors. 

4. No district to have more than two. 

5. Register of council. 

6. Council to exercise power of governor 

in case, etc. 

7. Elections may be adjourned until, etc. 

— Order thereof. 

Section 4. 
Secretary, Treasurer, Commissary, etc. 
Article 

1. Secretary, etc., by whom and how 

chosen. — Treasurer ineligible for 
more than five successive years. 

2. Secretary to keep records; to attend the 

governor and council, etc. 

CHAPTER III. 

JUDICIARY POWER. 
Article 

1. Tenure of all commissioned officers to 

be expressed. — • Judicial officers to 
hold office during good behavior, ex- 
cept, etc. — But may be removed on 
address. 

2. Justices of supreme judicial court to 

give opinions when required. 

3. Justices of the peace; tenure of their 

office. 

4. Pro'visions for holding probate courts. 

5. Marriage, divorce, etc., until other pro- 

vision made by law. 

CHAPTER IV. 
DELEGATES TO CONGRESS. 
Delegates to congress. 

CHAPTER V. 
THE UNIVERSITY AT CAMBRIDGE, AND 
ENCOURAGEMENT OF LITERATURE, 
ETC. 

Section 1. 
The University. 
Article 

1. Harvard College. — Powers, pri\Tleges, 

etc., of the president and fellows con- 
firmed. 

2. All gifts, grants, etc., confirmed. 



Article 
3. Who shall be overseers. — Power of al- 
teration reserved to the legislature. 

Section 2. 
The Encouragement of Literature, Etc. 
Duty of legislatures and magistrates in all 
future periods. 

CHAPTER VI. 

OATHS AND SUBSCRIPTIONS; INCOM- 
PATIBILITY OF AND EXCLUSION 
FROM OFFICES; PECUNIARY QUALI- 
FICATIONS; COMMISSIONS; WRITS; 
CONFIRMATION OF LAWS; HABEAS 
CORPUS; THE ENACTING STYLE; 
CONTINUANCE OF OFFICERS; FU- 
TURE REVIS.4L OF CONSTITUTION, 
ETC. 

Article 

1. Oaths of office, etc. — Quakers may 

affirm. 

2. Plurality of offices prohibited to gov- 

ernor, etc., except, etc. — Incom- 
patible offices. — Bribery, etc., dis- 
qualify. 

3. Value of money ascertained. — Prop- 

erty qualifications may be increased. 

4. Pro^^sions respecting commissions. 

5. Provisions respecting writs. 

6. Continuation of former laws, except, 

etc. 

7. Benefit of habeas corpus secured, ex- 

cept, etc. 

S. The enacting style. 

9. Officers of former government con- 
tinued until, etc. 

10. Provision for revising constitution. 

11. Pro\-ision for preserving and publish- 

ing this constitution. 

AMENDMENTS. 
.Article 

1. Bill, etc., not approved within five days, 

not to become a law, if legislature 
adjourn in the meantime. 

2. General court empowered to charter 

cities. ■ — Proviso. 

3. Qualifications of voters for governor, 

lieutenant governor, senators and 
representatives. 

4. Notaries public, how appointed and re- 

moved. — Vacancies in the offices of 
secretary and treasurer, how filled. — 
Commissarj'-general may be ap- 
pointed, in case, etc. — Militia offi- 
cers, how removed. 

5. Who may vote for captains and subal- 

terns. 

6. Oath to be taken by all officers. — 

Quakers may affirm. 

7. Tests abolished. 

8. Incompatibility of offices. 

9. Amendments to constitution, how 

made. 



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CONSTITUTION OF MASSACHUSETTS. 



Article 

10. Commencement of political year; and 

termination. — Governor, etc., term 
of office. — • Meetings for choice of 
governor, lieutenant governor, etc., 
when to be held. — Article, when to 
go into operation. — Inconsistent pro- 
visions annulled. 

1 1 . Religious freedom established. 

12. Census of ratable polls. — • Representa- 

tives, how apportioned, etc. 

13. Census of inhabitants. • — Senatorial 

districts. — Apportionment of rep- 
resentatives and councillors. — Qual- 
ifications of councillors. — Freehold 
as a qualification for a seat in general 
court or council not required. 

14. Election by people to be by plurality. 

15. Time of annual election of governor and 

legislature. 

16. Eight councillors to be chosen by the 

people. ■ — • Legislature to district 
state. — Eligibility defined. — Day 
and manner of election. — Vacancies, 
how filled. — Organization of govern- 
ment. 

17. Election of secretary, treasurer, auditor 

and attorney-general by the people. 
— Vacancies, how filled. — To qual- 
ify within ten days. — Qualifications. 

18. School money not to be applied for sec- 

tarian schools. 

19. Legislature to prescribe for election of 

sheriffs, registers of probate, etc. 

20. Reading constitution in English and 

writing, necessary qualifications of 
voters. — Proviso. 

21. Census of voters and inhabitants. — 

House of representatives to consist 
of 240 members. — Legislature to 
apportion, etc. — Division of coun- 
ties. — Qualifications of representa- 
tives. — Districts to be numbered, 
etc. — Quorum. 

22. Census, etc. — Voters to be basis of 

apportionment of senators. — Senate 
to consist of 40 members. — Sena- 
torial districts. — Qualifications of 
senators. — Quorum. 

23. Residence of two years required of 

naturalized citizens to entitle to 
suffrage, or make eligible to office. 

24. Vacancies in senate. 

25. Vacancies in council. 

26. Amendments, Art. XXIII, annulled. 

27. Officers of Harvard College may be 

elected members of the general court. 

28. Persons having served in the U. S. 

army or navy, etc., not to be dis- 
qualified from voting, etc. 

29. Voting precincts in towns. 

30. Voters not disqualified by reasoi^ of 

change of residence until six months 
from time of removal. 

31. Amendments, Art. XXVIII, amended. 



Article 

32. Provisions of Amendments, Art. Ill, 

relative to payment of a tax as a vot- 
ing qualification, annulled. 

33. Quorum, in each branch of general 

court, to consist of majority of 
members. 

34. Provisions of Chap. II, Sect. I, Art. II, 

relative to property qualification of 
governor, annulled. 

35. Provisions of Chap. I, Sect. Ill, Art. II, 

relative to expense of travelling to 
the general assembly by members of 
the house, annulled. 

36. Amendments, Art. XIX, amended. 

37. Removal of justices of the peace and 

notaries public. 

38. Voting machines may be used at elec- 

tions. 

39. Powers of legislature relative to the 

taking of land, etc., for widening 
or relocating highways, etc. — Pro- 
^-iso. 

40. Amendments, Art. Ill, amended. 

41. Taxation of wild or forest lands. 

42. Referendum. 

43. Powers of general court relative to the 

taking of land, etc., to relieve con- 
gestion of population and to provide 
homes for citizens. 

44. General court may provide for taxing 

incomes. 

45. General court may provide for ab- 

sentee voting. 

46. Sect. 1. No law to prohibit free exer- 

cise of religion. 

Sect. 2. Public money not to be ex- 
pended to aid institutions not wholly 
under public ownership and control, 
etc. — Exceptions. 

Sect. 3. Care or support in private 
hospitals, etc., of persons who are 
public charges. 

Sect. 4. Inmates of certain institu- 
tions not to be deprived of religious 
exercises of their faith; nor com- 
pelled to attend services, etc. 

Sect. 5. Time of taking effect. 

47. General court may provide for distri- 

bution of food, etc., in time of war, 
etc., by the commonwealth, cities 
and towns. 

48. Initiative and Referendum. 

I. Definitions. 
The Initiative. 

II. Initiative petitions. 
Sect. 1. Contents. 

Sect. 2. Excluded matters. — Duty 
of general court to carry out law 
approved by the people. 

Sect. 3. Mode of originating. 

Sect. 4. Transmission to the general 
court. 

III. Legislative action. — General pro- 
visions. 



CONSTITUTION OF MASSACHUSETTS. 



bail 



Article 

Sect. 1. Reference to committee. 
Sect. 2. Legislative substitutes. 

IV. Legislative action on proposed 
constitutional amendments. 

Sect. 1. Definition. 

Sect. 2. Joint session. 

Sect. 3. Amendment of proposed 

amendments. 
Sect. 4. Final legislative action. 
Sect. 5. Submission to the people, and 

adoption. 

V. Legislative action on proposed 
laws. 

Sect. 1. Legislative procedure. — 
When measure becomes law and 
takes effect. 

Sect. 2. Amendment by petitioners. — 
Submission to the people. 

VI. Conflicting and alternative meas- 
ures. 

The Referendum. 

I. When laws passed by general court 
take effect. 

II. Emergency measures. 

III. Referendum petitions. 
Sect. 1. Contents. 

Sect. 2. Excluded matters. 

Sect. 3. Mode of petitioning for sus- 
pension of a law and referendum 
thereon. 

Sect. 4. Petition for referendum on 
an emergency law or a law the sus- 
pension of which is not asked for. 

General Provisions. 

I. Identification and certification of 
signatures. — Circulation of petitions. 

II. Limitation on signatures. 

III. Form of ballot. 

IV. Information for voters. 

V. Veto power of governor. 

VI. General court's power of repeal. 

VII. Amendment to be self-executing. 

VIII. Amendments, Arts. IX and 
XLII, annulled. 

49. Conservation, etc., of natural resources 

of commonwealth. 

50. Regulation by law of advertising on 

public ways, etc. 

51. General court may provide for taking 

ancient landmarks, etc. 

52. General court may take a recess. 

53. Chap. II, Sect. I, Art. X, the last two 

paragraphs of Amendments, Art. IV, 
and Amendments, Art. V, annulled. 



Article 

— Military and naval officers, how 
appointed and removed, etc. 

54. Chap. II, Sect. I, Art. VII, annulled. 

— Military and naval forces, recruit- 
ment, etc. 

55. Chap. II, Sect. Ill, Art. VI, annulled. 

— Order of succession in office of 
governor, etc., in case of vacancy. 

56. Return by governor to general court of 

bill or resolve for amendment, etc. 

57. Amendments, Art. IV, amended. — 

Women may be appointed notaries 
public, etc. 

58. Chap. Ill, Art. I, amended. — Judicial 

officers, retirement, etc. 

59. Every charter, etc., subject to revoca- 

tion, etc. 

60. Building zones in cities and towns. 

61. Compulsory voting at elections. 

62. Sect. 1. Commonwealth's credit not 

to be given to private enterprises. 

Sect. 2. Commonwealth may borrow 
money for certain purposes. 

Sect. 3. Two-thirds yea and nay vote 
of general court required to borrow 
money for any other purpose. 

Sect. 4. Expenditure of borrowed 
money limited. 
03. Sect. 1. Collection of revenue. 

Sect. 2. The budget, contents, etc. 

Sect. 3. The general appropriation 
bill; supplementary budgets. 

Sect. 4. Special appropriation bills. 

Sect. 5. Governor may disapprove, 
etc., items or parts of items in any 
appropriation bill, etc. — Items to 
have force of law, unless, etc. 

64. Sect. 1. Biennial election of state of- 

ficers, councillors, senators and rep- 
resentatives; terms of office. 

Sect. 2. Treasurer ineligible for more 
than three successive terms. 

Sect. 3. General court to assemble 
annually. 

Sect. 4. When first election under this 
article shall be held, etc. 

65. Members of general court not to be ap- 

pointed to certain offices, nor receive 
compensation on recess committees, 
except, etc. 
06. Organization of not more than twenty 
departments to perform the executive 
and administrative work of the com- 
monwealth, except, etc. 



PREAMBLE. 

The end of the institution, maintenance, and administration of go''^i|J^nment. 
government, is to secure the existence of the body pohtic, to protect 
it, and to furnish the individuals who compose it with the power of 
enjoying in safety and tranquiUity their natural rights, and the bless- 



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CONSTITUTION OF MASSACHUSETTS. 



Body politic, 
how formed. 
Its nature. 



ings of life: and whenever these great objects are not obtained, the 
people have a right to alter the government, and to take measures 
necessary for their safety, prosperity and happiness. 

The body politic is formed by a voluntary association of individuals: 
it is a social compact, by which the whole people covenants with each 
citizen, and each citizen M'ith the whole people, that all shall be gov- 
erned by certain laws for the common good. It is the duty of the people, 
therefore, in framing a constitution of government, to provide for an 
equitable mode of making laws, as well as for an impartial interpreta- 
tion, and a faithful execution of them; that every man may, at all 
times, find his seciu-ity in them. 

We, therefore, the people of Massachusetts, acknowledging, with 
grateful hearts, the goodness of the great Legislator of the universe, 
in affording us, in the course of His providence, an opportunity, delib- 
erately and peaceably, without fraud, violence or surprise, of entering 
into an original, explicit, and solemn compact with each other; and 
of forming a new constitution of civil government, for ourselves and 
posterity; and devoutly imploring His direction in so interesting a 
design, do agree upon, ordain and establish the following Declaration 
of Rights, and Frame of Government, as the Constitution of the 
Commonwealth of Massachusetts. 



PART THE FIRST, 



A Declaration of the Rights of the Inhabitants of the Com- 
monwealth of Massachusetts. 

nauJaingh?s Article I. All men are born free and equal, and have certain 
ii5Mas"ii7 natural, essential, and unalienable rights; among which may be reck- 
163 Mass. 589. oued the right of enjoying and defending their lives and liberties ; that 
191 Mass'. 54.5. of acquiring, possessing, and protecting property; in fine, that of 
seeking and obtaining their safety and happiness. 

208 Mass. 607. 231 Mass. 99. Op. A. G. (1920) 74. 

224 Mass. 122. 4 Op. A. G. 1,38, 252. 



200 Mass. 474, 



Right and duty 
of pubhc reU- 
gious worship. 
Protection 
therein. 
14 Mass. 340. 
20 Pick. 200. 
2 Cush. 104. 
12 Allen, 127. 
214 Mass. 599. 
4 Op. A. G. 418. 



empowered to 
compel provi- 
sion for public 
worship. 



Amendments, 
Art. XI, substi- 
tuted for this. 



n. It is the right as well as the duty of all men in society, publicly, 
and at stated seasons to worship the Supreme Being, the great Cre- 
ator and Preserver of the universe. And no subject shall be hurt, 
molested, or restrained,' in his person, liberty, or estate, for worshipping 
God in the manner and season most agreeable to the dictates of his 
own conscience; or for his religious profession or sentiments; provided 
he doth not disturb the public peace, or obstruct others in their 

religious worship. See Amendments, Arts. XLVI and XLVIII. 

III. [As the happiness of a people, and the good order and pres- 
erA'ation of civil government, essentially depend upon piety, religion 
and morality; and as these cannot be generally diffused through a 
community, but by the institution of the public worship of God, and 
of public instructions in piety, religion and morality: Therefore, to 
promote their happiness and to secure the good order and preservation 
of their government, the people of this commonwealth have a right 



CONSTITUTION OF MASSACHUSETTS. IxV 

to invest their legislature with power to authorize and require, and the 
legislature shall, from time to time, authorize and require, the several 
towns, parishes, precincts, and other bodies politic, or religious societies, 
to make suitable provision, at their own expense, for the institution 
of the public worship of God, and for the support and maintenance 
of public Protestant teachers of piety, religion and morality, in all 
cases where such provision shall not be made voluntarily. 

And the people of this commonwealth have also a right to, and do. Legislature 
invest their legislature with authority to enjoin upon all the subjects attendance 
an attendance upon the instructions of the public teachers aforesaid, "''^'■<'°''- 
at stated times and seasons, if there be any on whose instructions they 
can conscientiously and conveniently attend. 

Provided, notwithstanding, that the several towns, parishes, pre- Exclusive right 
cincts, and other bodies politic, or religious societies, shall, at all times, giourteMhera 
have the exclusive right of electing their public teachers, and of con- ^^'=>"'^- 
tracting with them for their support and maintenance. 

And all moneys paid by the subject to the support of public worship. Option as to 
and of the public teachers aforesaid, shall, if he require it, be uniformly raxe"raay°be"* 
applied to the support of the public teacher or teachers of his own l^^^^ "°'^^^' 
religious sect or denomination, provided there be any on whose instruc- 
tions he attends; otherwise it may be paid towards the support of the 
teacher or teachers of the parish or precinct in which the said moneys 
are raised. 

And every denomination of Christians, demeaning themselves peace- ah denomina- 
ably, and as good subjects of the commonwealth, shall be equally under nrTtCTted* ^ 
the protection of the law: and no subordination of any one sect or tio'k^ot'on'^sect 
denomination to another shall ever be established by law.] '° another. 

IV. The people of this commonwealth have the sole and exclusive Right of self 
right of governing themselves, as a free, sovereign, and independent secured. 
state; and do, and forever hereafter shall, exercise and enjoy every 
power, jurisdiction, and right, which is not, or may not hereafter, be 

by them expressly delegated to the United States of America in Congress 
assembled. 

V. All power residing originally in the people, and being derived ^f'^airoffic'^rs!^ 
from them, the several magistrates and officers of government, vested ^f^- 

with authority, whether legislative, executive, or judicial, are their 
substitutes and agents, and are at all times accountable to them. 

VI. No man, nor corporation, or association of men, have any other Services ren- 
title to obtain advantages, or particular and exclusive privileges, dis- pubUc being 
tinct from those of the community, than what arises from the consid- peculiar pHvi-° 
eration of services rendered to the public; and this title being in nature lafy offic'e'^are 
neither hereditary, nor transmissible to children, or descendants, or unn^'J^r^i'* 
relations by blood, the idea of a man born a magistrate, lawgiver, or ?P'^'' ■*"-;-, 
judge, IS absurd and unnatural. i67 Mass. 290. its Mass. 599. 

226 Mass. 286, 235 Mass. 320. 1 Op. A. G. 340. 

VII. Government is instituted for the common good; for the pro- objects of gov- 
tection, safety, prosperity and happiness of the people; and not for pf'i^opfeto * 
the profit, honor, or priAate interest of any one man, family, or class '(.ha'ig"e'it*'"' 
of men: Therefore the people alone have an incontestable, unalienable, i^qJ^a'^g^I^o 
and indefeasible right to institute government; and to reform, alter, 

or totally change the same, when theii- protection, safety, prosperity 
and happiness recjuire it. 



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CONSTITUTIOX OF MASSACHUSETTS. 



!o?e™/e?ota-^ VIII. In order to prevent those, who are vested with authority, 

tion in office, from becoiuing oppressors, the people have a right, at such periods and 

in such manner as they shall establish by their frame of government, 

to cause their public officers to return to private life; and to fill up 

vacant places by certain and regular elections and appointments. 

IX. All elections ought to be free; and all the inhabitants of this 
commonwealth, having such qualifications as they shall establish by 
their frame of government, have an equal right to elect officers, and 
160 Mass. 5S6. to bc clcctcd, for pubHc employments. 

200 Mass. 152. 228 Mass. 63. lOp.A. G. 449. 3 Op. .\. G, 497, 507. 

For the definition of "inhabitant," see Part the Second, Ch. I, Sect. II, Art. II. 
For absent voting, see Amendments, Art. XLV. 

Freedom of elections not to be the subject of an initiative or referendum petition. See Amend- 
ments, Art. XLVIII, The Initiative, II, § 2. 

For compulsory voting, see .Amendments, Art. LXI. 



All having the 
quahfications 
prescribed 
equally eUgible 
to office. 

! Mass. 594, 



Right of protec- 
tion and duty 
of contribution 
correlative. 
Taxation 
founded on 
consent. 
7 Met. 388. 
4 Allen, 466. 
108 Mass. 202. 
208. 
Ill Mass. 125, 

126' Mass. 438. 

131 Mass. 207. 

135 Mass. 175. 

139 Mass. 29, 

341. 

147 Mass. 609. 

151 Mass. 285, 

364. 

161 Mass. 302. 



X. Each individual of the society has a right to be protected by 
it in the enjoyment of his life, liberty and property, according to stand- 
ing laws. He is obliged, consequently, to contribute his share to the 
expense of this protection; to give his personal service, or an equivalent, 
when necessary: but no part of the property of any individual can, 
with justice, be taken from him, or applied to public uses, without 
his own consent, or that of the representative body of the people. In 
fine, the people of this commonwealth are not controllable by any other 
laws than those to which their constitutional representative body have 
given their consent. And whenever the public exigencies require that 
the property of any individual should be appropriated to public uses, 
he shall receive a reasonable compensation therefor. 



174 Mass. 476. 
191 Mass. 545. 
197 Mass. 279. 
201 Mass. 23. 



224 Mass. 122. 

230 Mass. 1. 

231 Mass. 99. 

232 Mass. 309. 



233 Mass. 190. 
aOp. A.G. 160. 
4 Op. A. G. 483. 
Op. A.G. (1919)107. 



Private property not to be taken for public uses without, etc. 

7 Pick. 344. 106 Mass. 356. 

12 Pick. 467. 108 Mass. 202, 208. 

6 Cush. 327. Ill Mass. 125. 
2 Gray, 1. 113 Mass. 40. 

7 Gray, 359. 126 Mass. 427, 438. 
14 Gray, 155. 127 Mass. SO, 358, 408. 
16 Gray, 417. 129 Mass. 559. 

I Allen, 150. 136 Mass. 75. 

II Allen, 530. 137 Mass. 478. 
12 Allen, 223. 142 Mass. 394. 
100 Mass. 544. 145 Mass. 509. 
103 Mass. 120. 152 Mass. 540. 

For certain public uses, see Amendments. .\rts. XLIII, XLVII and LI. 

Right to receive compensation for private property appropriated to public use not to be the sub- 
ject of an initiative or referendum petition. See Amendments, Art. XLVIII, The Initiative, II, § 2, 



158 Mass. 509. 
169 Mass. 417. 
173 Mass. 495. 

178 Mass. 199.330,363. 
188 Mass. 348. 
194 Mass. 80. 
203 Mass. 26. 

159 U. S. 380. 

1 Op. A.G. 62, 224, 327. 

2 0p. A.G. 72,263,423. 
30p. AG. 273, 375, 396. 
4 Op. A. G. 244, 541. 



Remedies, by 
recourse to the 
law. to be free, 
complete and 
prompt. 

224 Mass. 122. 

225 Mass. 217. 

227 Mass. 46. 

228 Mass. 63. 

Prosecutions 
regulated. 
S Pick. 211. 
10 Pick. 9. 
18 Pick. 434. 
21 Pick. 542. 
2 Met. 329. 
12 Cush. 246. 

1 Gray, 1. 

5 Gray, 144. 
8 Gray, 329. 

10 Gray, 11. 

11 Grav. 438. 

2 Allen, 361. 



XI. Every subject of the commonwealth ought to find a certain 
remedy, by having recom-se to the laws, for all injiuies or wrongs which 
he may receive in his person, property, or character. He ought to 
obtain right and justice freely, and without being obliged to purchase 
it; completely, and without any denial; promptly, and without delay; 
conformably to the laws. 

XII. No subject shall be held to answer for any crimes or offence, 
until the same is fully and plainly, substantially and formally, described 
to him; or be compelled to accuse, or furnish evidence against himself. 
And every subject shall have a right to produce all proofs, that may 
be favorable to him; to meet the witnesses against him face to face, 
and to be fully heard in his defence by himself, or his counsel, at his 
election. And no subject shall be arrested, imprisoned, despoiled, or 
deprived of his property, immimities, or privileges, put out of the 



CONSTITUTION OF MASSACHUSETTS. Ixvii 

protection of the law, exiled, or deprived of his life, liberty, or estate, n Alien, 23s. 
but by the judgment of his peers, or the law of the land. 12 Alien', 155. 

97 Mass. 570. 141 Mass. 203. 184 Mass. 198. 

100 Mass. 287. 149 Mass. 550. 189 Mass. 12. 

107 Mass. 172. 150 Mass. 66, 334. 201 Mass. 23. 

108 Mass. S. 158 Mass. 598. 207 Mass. 240, 259. 
118 Mass. 443. 162 Mass. 90. 218 Mass. 507. 
120 Mass. 118. 163Mass.411. 231 Mass. 99. 

122 Mass. 330. 169 Mass. 387. 232 Mass. 88, 309. 

124 .Mass. 464. 170 Mass. 328. 233 Mass. 190. 

127 Mass. 550. 172 Mass. 311. 235 Mass. 357. 

129 Mass. 489, 559. 173 Mass. 322, 498. 236 Mass. 310, 516. 

132 Mass. 12. 175 Mass. 71. 3 Op. A. G. 396. 

133 Mass. 503, 578. 179 Mass. 131. 

Right of access to and protection in courts of justice not to be the subject of an initiative or ref- 
erendum petition. See Amendments, Art. XLVIII, The Initiative, II, § 2. 

And the legislature shall not make any law, that shall subject any Right to tri.ii 
person to a capital or infamous punishment, excepting for the govern- criminal cases, 
ment of the army and navj"^, without trial by jury. ^'^"^^ 

122 Mass. 330. 228 Mass. 63. 

135 Mass. 48. Op. A. G. (1920) 95. 

Right of trial by jurv not to be the subject of an initiative or referendum petition. See .Amend- 
ments, Art. XLVIII, The Initiative, II, § 2. 

XIII. In criminal prosecutions, the verification of facts in the *^''™^^ :*° "^f 
vicinity where they happen, is one of the greatest securities of the life, vicinity. 
liberty, and property of the citizen. 

2 Pick. 550. 121 Mass. 61. 151 Mass. 419. 208 Mass. 162. 

XIV. Every subject has a right to be secure from all unreasonable Keht of search 
searches, and seizures, of his person, his houses, his papers, and all his regulated, 
possessions. AH warrants, therefore, are contrary to this right, if the Am(fnd°tiv. " 
cause or foundation of them be not previously supported by oath or Icush.^llg. 
affirmation; and if the order in the warrant to a civil officer, to make j3Gray,^454 
search in suspected places, or to arrest one or more suspected persons, Joo'^ia^g^JIg 
or to seize their property, be not accompanied with a special designa- 126 Mass. 269. 
tion of the persons or objects of search, arrest, or seizure: and no M-ar- 152 Mass! 54b. 
rant ought to be issued but in cases, and with the formalities prescribed 203 Mais! sio! 

by the laws. 209 Mass. 396. 

Protection from unreasonable search not to be the subject of an initiative or referendum petition. 
See .\mendments. Art. XLVIII, The Initiative, II, § 2. 

XV. In all controversies concerning property, and in all suits Right to trial 
between two or more persons, except in cases in which it has hereto- except, etc 
fore been otherways used and practised, the parties have a right to a A™nd°tvii. " 
trial by jury; and this method of procedure shall be held sacred, unless, 2 PicPssI"' 
in causes arising on the high seas, and such as relate to mariners' wages, 
the legislature shall hereafter find it necessary to alter it. 

8 Gray, 373. 128 Mass. 600. 183 Mass. 189. 

11 .Alien, 574. 130 Mass. 23B. 189 Mass. 296. 

102 Mass. 45. 135 Mass. 490. 205 Mass. 4S8. 

114 Mass. 388. 149 Mass. 550. 215 Mass. 467. 

120 Mass. 320. 152 Mass. 416. 229 Mass. 478. 

122 Mass. 505. 163 Mass. 446. 230 Mass. 197. 

123 Mass. 590. 173 Mass. 68. 232 Mass. 88. 

124 Mass. 464. 176 Mass. 229. Op. A. G. (1917) 77. 

125 Mass. 182. 180 Mass. 334, 377. 

Right of trial by jur>' not to be the subject of an initiative or referendum petition. See Amend- 
ments, Art. XLVIII, The Initiative, II. § 2. 

XVI. The liberty of the press is essential to the security of freedom Liberty of the 
in a state: it ought not, therefore, to be restrained in this common- 20Pick. 2ou. 
wealth. 4 Op. a. g. 135, i78. 

Freedom of the press not to be the subject of an initiative or referendum petition. See Amend- 
ments, Art. XLVIII, The Initiative, II, § 2. 

XVII. The people have a right to keep and to bear arms for the Right to 
common defence. And as, in time of peace, armies are dangerous to bear arms. 



7 Pick. 344. 
6 Gray, 144. 



Ixviii 



CONSTITUTION OF MASSACHUSETTS. 



dangerour™'"'' liberty, they ought not to be maintained without the consent of the 
Military power legislature; and the military power shall always be held in an exact 

subordinate to '^ .. . , . .. • , ^ . , , i l -j. 

ci"'- subordination to the civil authority, and be governed by it. 

5 Gray, 121. 166 Mass. 171. 1 Op. A. G. 552. 



Moral qualifica- 
tions for office. 
4 Op. A. G. 418. 



Moral obliga- 
tions of law- 
givers and 
magistrates. 



Right of people 
to instruct rep- 
resentatives 
and petition 
legislature. 
151 Mass. 50. 
156 Mass. 57. 
224 Mass. 176. 



XVIII. A frequent recurrence to the fundamental principles of the 
constitution, and a constant adJierence to those of piety, justice, mod- 
eration, temperance, industry, and frugality, are absolutely necessary 
to preserve the advantages of liberty, and to maintain a free govern- 
ment. The people ought, consequently, to have a particular atten- 
tion to all those principles, in the choice of their officers and repre- 
sentatives: and they have a right to require of their lawgivers and 
magistrates, an exact and constant observance of them, in the forma- 
tion and execution of the laws necessary for the good administration 
of the commonwealth. 

XIX. The people have a right, in an orderly and peaceable manner, 
to assemble to consult upon the common good; give instructions to 
their representatives, and to request of the legislative body, by the 
way of addresses, petitions, or remonstrances, redress of the wrongs 
done them, and of the grievances they suffer. 



Riaht of peaceable assembly not to be the subject of an initiative 
Amendments, Art. XLVIII, The Initiative, II, § 2. 



referendum petitic 



^SthefaTs ■^■^- '^^^ power of suspcudiug the laws, or the execution of the 
or their execu- laws, ought ncvcr to be exercised but by the legislature, or by authority 
16 Mass. 326. derived from it, to be exercised in such particular cases only as the 
legislature shall expressly provide for. 

Modified by the initiative and referendum. See Amendments, Art. XLVIII, I, Definition. 



batl'^et? "inf XXI. The freedom of deliberation, speech and debate, in either 
reason therefor, housc of tlic legislature, is SO csscntial to the rights of the people, tliat 
it cannot be the foundation of any accusation or prosecution, action 
or complaint, in any other court or place whatsoever. 

Freedom of speech not to be the subject of an initiative or referendum petition. See Amendments, 
Art. XLVIII, The Initiative, II, § 2. 



Frequent ses- 
sions, and ob- 
jects thereof. 



XXII. The legislature ought frequently to assemble for the redress 
of grievances, for correcting, strengthening and confirming the laws, 
and for making new laws, as the common good may require. 

XXIII. No subsidy, charge, tax, impost, or duties, ought to be estab- 
lished, fixed, laid, or levied, under any pretext whatsoever, without 
the consent of the people or their representatives in the legislature. 

XXIV. Laws made to punish for actions done before the existence 
of such laws, and which have not been declared crimes by preceding 
laws, are unjust, oppressive, and inconsistent with the fundamental 
principles of a free government. iso Mass. 57. 

XXV. No subject ought, in any case, or in any time, to be declared 
guilty of treason or felony by the legislature. 

XXVI. No magistrate or court of law, shall demand excessive 
bail or sureties, impose excessive fines, or inflict cruel or unusual 

punishments. 5 Gray, 482. 165 Mass. 66. 

173 Mass. 322. 178 Mass. 549. 180 U. S. 311. 

Protection from unreasonable bail not to be the subject of an initiative or referendum petition. 
See Amendments, Art. XLVIII, The Initiative, II, § 2. 

nlfedin^" XXVII. In time of peace, no soldier ought to be quartered in any 
house without the consent of the owner; and in time of war, such 



No tax without 

consent. 

8 Allen, 247. 



Ex post facto 
laws prohibited. 
12 Allen, 421, 
424, 428. 
155 Mass. 162. 

172 Mass. 264. 

173 Mass. 322. 
Legislature not 
to convict of 
treason, etc. 

Excessive bail 
or fines, and 
cruel punish- 
ments, pro- 
hibited. 



quartered 
any house, 
unless, etc. 



CONSTITUTION OF MASSACHUSETTS. Ixix 

quarters ought not to be made but by the civil magistrate, in a manner 
ordained by the legislature. 

XXVIII. No person can in any case be subject to law-martial, or citizens exempt 
to any penalties or pains, by virtue of that law, except those employed tiai?unies" etc. 
in the army or navy, and except the militia in actual service, but by 
authority of the legislature. 

referendum petition. See 

XXIX. It is essential to the preservation of the rights of every judges of su- 
individual, his life, liberty, property, and character, that there be an rourt^ ^Tenure 
impartial interpretation of the laws, and admini.stration of justice. 3^pil.™462^^' 
It is the right of every citizen to be tried by judges as free, impartial 4 Aiitn'sgi' 
and independent as the lot of humanity will admit. It is, therefore, jq-'j,"' ^*|,g 
not only the best policy, but for the security of the rights Of the people, 225, 

and of every citizen, that the judges of the supreme judicial court 229 iiass^ 421! 
should hold their offices as long as they behave themselves well; and 
that they should have honorable salaries ascertained and established Sa'^^'es- 
by standing laws. 

Tenure of their oflfice not to be the subject of an initiative or referendum petition. See ,-Vmendments, • 

Art. XLVm, The Initiative, II, § 2. The Referendum. Ill, § 2. 

XXX. In the government of this commonwealth, the legislative separation of 
department shall never exercise the executive and judicial powers, or ewJutiv^and 
either of them: the executive shall never exercise the legislative and m^ts^'''^''*'*' 
judicial powers, or either of them: the judicial shall never exercise the 2c'ush^677 
legislati^'e and executive powers, or either of them : to the end it may ^ Ajjen, sm. 
be a government of laws and not of men. 

100 Mass. 2S2. 142 Mass. 200. 207 Mass. 577. 230 Mass. 310. 

114 Mass. 247. . 143 Mass. 490. 20S Mass. 610. 1 Op. A. G. 192, 233. 

116 Mass. 315. 174 Mass. 514. 212 Mass. 127. 30p. A. G. 219,424, 507. 

129 Mass. 559. 175 Mass. 71. 214 Mas.?. 602. 4 Op. A. G. 41.53, 199. 

130 Mass. 357. 183 Mass. 535. 224 Mass. 122. Op. A. G. (1920) 92. 
136 Mass. 239. 201 Mass. 609. 231 Mass. 99. 

For initiative and referendum, see Amendments, Art. XLVIII. 

For organization of executive, etc.. work of the Commonwealth in not more than twenty depart- 
ments, see Amendments, Art. LXVI. 



PART THE SECOND. 

The Frame of Government. 

The people, inhabiting the territory formerly called the Province Title of body 
of Massachusetts Bay, do hereby solemnly and mutually agree with p°'''"^- 
each other, to form themselves into a free, sovereign, and independ- 
ent body politic, or state, by the name of The Common^'ealth of 
Massachusetts . 

CHAPTER I. 

THE LEGISLATIVE POWER. 
Section I. 
The General Court. 
Article I. The department of legislation shall be formed by two Legislative 
branches, a Senate and House of Representatives: each of which shall Op''^a"g°'' 
have a negative on the other. The legislative body shall assemble every 'i^'^> **■ 



CONSTITUTION OF MASSACHUSETTS. 



For change of 
time, etc.. see 
Amendments, 
Art. X. 



Governor's 

veto. 

99 Mass. 630. 

214 Mass. 602. 

1 Op. A. G. lOS. 
3 Op. A. G. 552. 
For right of 
governor to 
return bill or 
resolve for 
amendment, 
see Aniend- 
ments, Art. 
LVI. 

For disapproval 
or reduction b,y 
the governor 
of items in 
bills appropri- 
ating money, 
see Amend- 
ments, Art. 
LXIII, § 5. 
Bill may be 
passed by two 
thirds of each 
house, not- 
withstanding. 
186 Mass. 603. 
208 Mass. 614. 
227 Mass. 538. 

2 Op. A. G. 513. 
Bill or resolve 
not returned 
within five days 
to be law. 

135 Mass. 594. 



year [on the last Wednesday in May, and at such other times as they 
shall judge necessary; and shall dissolve and be dissolved on the day 
next preceding the said last Wednesday in INIay;] and shall be styled, 
The General Court of Massachusetts. 

II. No bill or resolve of the senate or house of representatives shall 
become a law, and have force as such, until it shall have been laid 
before the governor for his revisal; and if he, upon such revision, ap- 
prove thereof, he shall signify his approbation by signing the same. 
But if he hav'e any objection to the passing of such bill or resolve, he 
shall return the same, together with his objections thereto, in writing, 
to the senate or house of representatives, in whichsoever the same 
shall have originated; who shall enter the objections sent down by the 
go\-ernor, at large, on their records, and proceed to reconsider the said 
bill or resolve. But if after such reconsideration, two thirds of the 
said senate or house of representatiA^es, shall, notwith.standing the said 
objections, agree to pass the same, it shall, together with the objections, 
be sent to the other branch of the legislatiu-e, where it shall also be 
reconsidered, and if approved by two thirds of the members present, 
shall have the force of a law: but in all such cases, the votes of both 
houses shall be determined by yeas and nays; and the names of the 
persons voting for, or against, the said bill or resolve, shall be entered 
upon the public records of the commonwealth. 3 Op. a, g. 415. 

And in order to prevent unnecessary delays, if any bill or resolve 
shall not be returnee! by the governor within five days after it shall have 
been presented, the same shall have the force of a law. 



192 Mass. 15. 
I case of adjournment of the general court ' 



3 Op. A. G. 414. 
'ithin the five days, see Amendments, .\rt. I. 



General court 
may constitute 
judicatories, 
courts of rec- 
ord, etc. 
SGrav, 1. 
12 Gray, 147, 

228 Mass. 63. 
See Amend- 
ments, Art. 
XLVIII, The 
Initiative, II, 
§2, and The 
Referendum, 
III, § 2. 

Courts, etc., 
may administer 
oaths. 



General court 
may enact laws, 
etc., not re- 
pugnant to the 
constitution: 
may provide for 
the election or 
appointment 
oFofficers, 
prescribe their 
duties, etc. 
9 Gray, 426. 
4 Allen, 466. 
6 Allen, 353. 
14 Allen, 359. 
100 Mass. 544. 
Ill Mass. 454. 
132 Mass. 542. 
136 Mass. 75. 
138 Mass. 601. 
148 Mass. 375. 
150 Mass. 592. 



III. The general court shall forever have full power and authority 
to erect anrl constitute judicatories and courts of record, or other courts, 
to be held in the name of the commonwealth, for the hearing, trying, 
and determining of all manner of crimes, offences, pleas, processes, 
plaints, actions, matters, causes and things, whatsoever, arising or 
happening within the commonwealth, or between or concerning persons 
inhabiting, or residing, or brought within the same, whether the same 
be criminal or civil, or whether the said crimes be capital or not capital, 
and whether the said pleas be real, personal, or mixed; and for the 
awarding and making out of execution thereupon. To which courts 
and judicatories are hereby given and granted full power and authority, 
from time to time, to administer oaths or affirmations, for the better dis- 
covery of truth in any matter in controversy or depending before them. 

IV. And further, full power and authority are hereby given and 
granted to the said general court, from time to time, to make, ordain, 
and establish, all manner of wholesome and reasonable orders, laws, 
statutes, and ordinances, directions and instructions, either with pen- 
alties or without; so as the same be not repugnant or contrary to this 
constitution, as they shall judge to be for the good and welfare of this 
commonwealth, and for the government and ordering thereof, and of 
the subjects of the same, and for the necessary support and defence of 
the government thereof; and to name and settle annually, or provide 
by fixed laws, for the naming and settling all ci^ul officers within the 
said commonwealth; the election and constitution of whom are not 
hereafter in this form of government otherwise provided for; and to 



CONSTITUTION OF MASSACHUSETTS. 



Ixxi 



set forth the several duties, powers, and limits, of the several cW\\ and Jg ]^Ji;^^; flf^ 
military officers of this commonwealth, and the forms of such oaths or Jt? 

• 1111 'ii** 1 1 i"! ^ Mass. 11/, 

affirmations as shall be respectively administered unto them tor the 598 
execution of their several offices and places, so as the same be not igo Mass! isui 
repugnant or contrary to this constitution; and to unpose and levy i62Mass. ii3, 
proportional and reasonable assessments, rates, and taxes, upon all f64'Mass. «. 
the inhabitants of, and persons resident, and estates lying, within the igl'Mass. 2S7, 
said commonwealth: and also to impose and levy, reasonable duties f*;2.599. 

' ' 1 1* 1 loo Mass. So, 

and excises, upon any produce, goods, wares, merchandise, and com- 589. 
modities, whatsoever, brought into, produced, manufactured, or being ns Massing' 
within the same; to be issued and disposed of by warrant, under the ire Mass! 9, 
hand of the governor of this commonwealth for the time being, with i77']via°'g. 434. 
the advice and consent of the council, for the public service, in the }go Mass' 274! 
necessary defence and support of the government of the said common- H^.j^jj^^g 333 
wealth, and the protection and preservation of the subjects thereof, isa Mass. 242. 
according to such acts as are or shall be in force within the same. is. * 

191 Mass. 545. 232 Mass. 88. 4 Op. A. G. 20, 27, 41, 48, 183, 207, 

203 Mass. 26. 234 Mass. 612. 252, 259, 265, 276, 289, 337. 386, 407, 

209 Mass. 607. 197 U. S. 11. 422, 483, 519, 521, 529, 553, 557. 

211 Mass. 624. 20p. A. G. 161, 264, 326, 5S4. Op. A. G. (1917) 24, 77. 

216 Mass. 356, 605. 3 Op. A. C. 109, 280, 3S4, Op. A. G. (1919) 32. • 

221 Mass. 323. 388, 526, 538. Op. A. G. (1920) 97. 



May impose taxes, etc., to be disposed of for defence, etc. 

19 \TQaa 9.(^9 in.-^ \Tocc 9fi7 isa \Tn. 



12 Mass. 252. 103 Mass. 267. 183 Mass. 333. 228 Mass. 101, 117. 

6 Allen, 428. 114 Mass. 388. 188 Mass. 239. 232 Mass. 28. 

6 Allen, 558. 118 Mass. 386. 190 Mass. 110. 233 Mass. 190. 

8 Allen, 247, 256. 123 Mass. 493. 193 Mass. 406. 234 Mass. 42. 

12 Allen, 75, 312, 126 Mass. 547. 196 Mass. 603. 246 U. S. 135, 146. 

500,612. 127 Mass. 408. 199 Mass. 96. 3 Op. A. G. 294,299, 

98 Mass. 19. 133 Mass. 161. 224 Mass. 31. 409, 491, 495. 

100 Mass. 282. 134 Mass. 419. 226 Mass. 268. 4 Op. A. G. 192, 215. 

101 Mass. 675. 145 Mass. 108. 

And while the public charges of government, or any part thereof, g^ta"^*'""^"' 
shall be assessed on polls and estates, in the manner that has hitherto ^^ jg^f'^^yig 
been practised, in order that such assessments may be made with etc 
equality, there shall be a valuation of estates within the common- 126 Mass. 547. 
wealth taken anew once in every ten years at least, and as much oftener p ■• • 
as the general court shall order. 

For the authority of the general court to charter cities, see Amendments, Art. II._ 

For additional taxing power given to the general court, see Amendments, .\rts. XLI and XLIV. 

For the state wide referendum on bills and resolves of the general court, see Amendments, Art. XLII, 
which was annulled by Amendments, .\rt. XLVIII, General Provisions, VIII. 

For the initiative and referendum, see .\mendments. Art. XLVIII. 

For the power given the general court to provide by law for absentee and compulsory voting, see 
Amendments, Arts. XLV and LXI. 

For the power given the general court to determine the manner of providing and distributing the 
necessaries of life, etc., during time of war, public distress, etc., by the commonwealth and the cities 
and towns therein, see Amendments, Art. XL^'II. 



CHAPTER I. 

Section II. 

SeJiate. 

Article I. [There shall be annually elected, by the freeholders and 1^%^ ^m'^ 
other inhabitants of this commonwealth, qualified as in this constitution elected. 

.... , .,, , p 1 Superseded bv 

IS provided, forty persons to be councillors and senators tor the year Amendments, 
ensuing their election; to be chosen bj' the inhabitants of the districts, which was in 
into which the commonwealth may from time to time be divided by seded^y*"" 
the general coiu-t for that purpose: and the general court in assigning irt^xxiT'^' 
the numbers to be elected by the respective districts, shall govern 



Ixxii 



CONSTITUTION OF MASSACHUSETTS. 



see Amend- 
ments, Art. 
XVI. 



themselves by the proportion of the public taxes paid by the said dis- 
!l"™°)iiiw"^^ tricts; and timely make known to the inhabitants of the commonwealth, 
the limits of each district, and the number of councillors and senators 
to be chosen therein; provided that the number of such districts shall 
never be less than thuleen ; and that no district be so large as to entitle 
the same to choose more than six senators. 

And the several counties in this commonwealth shall, until the general 
court shall determine it necessary to alter the said districts, be districts 
for the choice of councillors and senators, (except that the counties of 
Dukes County and Nantucket shall form one district for that purpose) 
and shall elect the following number for councillors and senators, viz. : — 



Suffolk 

Essex 

Middlesex 

Hampshire 

Plymouth 

Barnstable 

Bristol 



Six 

Six 

Five 

Four 

Three 

One 

Three 



York 

Dukes County 1 

and Nantucket J 

Worcester 

Cumberland 

Lincoln 

Berkshire 



Two 
One 

Five 
One 
One 

Two] 



Manner and 
time of choosing 
senators and 
councillors. 
See Amend- 
ments, Arts. X, 
XV, XLV, LXI 
and LXIV, § 1. 

As to cities, 
see Amend- 
ments, Art. II. 

Provisions as to 
qualifications of 
voters super- 
seded by 
Amendments, 
Arts. Ill, XX, 
XXVIII, 
XXX, XXXI, 
XXXII and 
XL. 

Word "inhabit- 
ant" defined. 
3 Mass. 568. 
7 Mass. 523. 
5 Met. 298. 
122 Mass. 594. 



Selectmen to 
preside at towi 
meetings. 



As to cities, se 
Amendments, 
Art. II. 



Time changed 
to first Wednes- 
day of January, 
■See Amend- 
ments, Art. X. 



II. The senate shall be the first branch of the legislature; and the 
senators shall be chosen in the following manner, viz. there shall be 
a meeting on the [first INIonday in April,] [annually,] forever, of the 
inliabitants of each town in the several counties of this commonwealth; 
to be called by the selectmen, and warned in due course of law, at 
least seven days before the [first Monday in April,] for the piupose of 
electing persons to be senators and councillors; [and at such meetings 
every male inhabitant of twenty-one years of age and upwards, having 
a freehold estate within the commonwealth, of the annual income of 
three pounds, or any estate of the value of six-ty pounds, shall have a 
right to give in his vote for the senators for the district of which he is 
an inhabitant.] And to remove all doubts concerning the meaning of 
the word "inhabitant" in this constitution, every person shall be con- 
sidered as an inhabitant, for the purpose of electing and being elected 
into any office, or place within this state, in that town, district or 
plantation where he dwelleth, or hath his home. 

See also Amendments, Art. XXIII, which was annulled by Amendments, Art. XXVI. 

The selectmen of the several towns shall preside at such meetings 
impartially; and shall receive the votes of all the inhabitants of such 
towns present and qualified to vote for senators, and shall sort and 
count them in open town meeting, and in presence of the town clerk, 
who shall make a fair record, in presence of the selectmen, and in open 
town meeting, of the name of every person voted for, and of the number 
of votes against his name: and a fair copy of this record shall be at- 
tested by the selectmen and the town clerk, and shall be sealed up, 
directed to the secretary of the commonwealth for the time being, 
with a superscription, expressing the purport of the contents thereof, 
and delivered by the town clerk of such towns, to the sherift" of the 
county in which such town lies, thirty days at least before [the last 
Wednesday in May] [annually;] or it shall be delivered into the sec- 
retary's office seventeen days at least before the said [last Wednesday 
in May:] and the sheriff of each county shall deliver all such certificates 
by him received, into the secretary's office, seventeen days before the 
said [last Wednesday in May.] 



CONSTITUTION OF MASSACHUSETTS. Ixxiii 

[And the inhabitants of plantations unincorporated, qualified as this inhabitants of 
constitution provides, who are or shall be empowered and required pfantat'S"'!*'^'' 
to assess taxes upon themselves toward the support of government, ^'ies'm ^*^'^ 
shall have the same privilege of voting for coimcillors and senators in ^'°*-^-' 
the plantations where they reside, as town inhabitants have in their 
respective towns; and the plantation meetings for that purpose shall Plantation 
be held annually [on the same first Monday in April], at such place 
in the plantations respectively, as the assessors thereof shall direct; 
which assessors shall have like authority for notifying the electors, Assessors to 
collecting and returning the votes, as the selectmen and town clerks °°*''y' ®'°- 
have in their several towns, by this constitution. And all other persons 
living in places unincorporated (qualified as aforesaid) who shall be 
assessed to the support of government by the assessors of an adjacent Timeofcieo- 
town, shall have the privilege of giving in their votes for councillors by Amend- 
and senators in the town where they shall be assessed, and be notified 5^™'*'^''- 
of the place of meeting by the selectmen of the town where they shall 
be assessed, for that purpose accordingly.] 

III. And that there may be a due convention of senators on the Governor and 
[last Wednesday in May] annually, the go^■ernor with five of the council, an^neand*'" 
for the time being, shall, as soon as may be, examine the returned anTissTie**^' 
copies of such records; and fourteen days before the said day he shall ^^mon^es. 
issue his summons to such persons as shall appear to be chosen by to first 

[a majority of] voters, to attend on that day, and take their seats accord- January by '" 
ingly: provided nevertheless, that for the first year the said returned in.'^x.'"''''*''' 
copies shall be examined by the president and five of the council of the Majority 
former constitution of government; and the said president shall, in plurality by 
like manner, issue his summons to the persons so elected, that they may aS.'^xiT"*'^' 
take their seats as aforesaid. 

IV. The senate shall be the final judge of the elections, returns and fnaUudge'of 
qualifications of their own members, as pointed out in the constitution; eiection^s. etc., 
and shall, [on the said last Wednesday in May] [annually,] determine members. 
and declare who are elected by each district, to be senators [by a majority 

of votes; and in case there shall not appear to be the full number of Time changed 
senators returned elected by a majority of votes for any district, the Wednesday of 
deficiency shall be supplied in the following manner, viz.: The members Amendments, 
of the house of representatives, and such senators as shall be declared ' 
elected, shall take the names of such persons as shall be found to have changed to 
the highest number of votes in such district, and not elected, amounting AmTudments, 
to twice the number of senators wanting, if there be so many voted for; ^''" ^^'^' 
and out of these shall elect by ballot a number of senators sufficient vacancies, how 
to fill up the vacancies in such district ; and in this manner all such changed to 
vacancies shall be filled up in every district of the commonwealth ; and "g^'j™ ^^ 
in like manner all vacancies in the senate, arising by death, removal See Amend- 
out of the state, or otherwise, shall be supplied as soon as may be, after xxiv. 
such vacancies shall happen.] 

V. Provided nevertheless, that no person shall be capable of being Qualifications 
elected as a senator, [who is not seised in his own right of a freehold r4operty'quai- 
within this commonwealth, of the value of three hundred pounds at ish",5"" ^^"^' 
least, or possessed of personal estate to the value of six hundred pounds nf^^n^^lrf 
at least, or of both to the amount of the same sum, and] who has not x"i ' 
been an inhabitant of this commonwealth for the space of five years ^eeabo'^Am'e'nd- 
immediately preceding his election, and at the time of his election, he xxn.' ^'^*" 
shall be an inhabitant in the district for which he shall be chosen. 



Ixxiv 



CONSTITUTION OF MASSACHUSETTS. 



Senate not to 
adjourn more 
tlian two days. 



Shall choose 
officers and 
establish rules. 

Shall try all 
impeachments. 
167 Mass. 599. 
210 Mass. 214. 



VI. The senate shall have power to adjourn themselves, provided 
such adjournments do not exceed two days at a time. 

See Amendments, Art. LII. 

VII. The senate shall choose its own president, appoint its owti 
officers, and determine its own rules of proceedings. 

VIIL The senate shall be a court with full authority to hear and 
determine all impeachments made by the house of representatives, 
against any officer or officers of the commonwealth, for misconduct and 
mal-administration in their offices. But previous to the trial of every 
impeachment the members of the senate shall respectively be sworn, 
truly and impartially to try and determine the charge in question, 
according to evidence. Their judgment, however shall not extend 
further than to removal from office and disqualification to hold or 
enjoy any place of honor, trust, or profit, under this commonwealth: 
but the party so convicted, shall be, nevertheless, liable to indictment, 
trial, judgment, and punishment, according to the laws of the land. 

IX. [Not less than sixteen members of the senate shall constitute a 

quorum for doing business.] See Amendments, Arts. XXII and XXXIII. 



Representa- 
tives, by whom 
chosen. 
7 Mass. 523. 
Superseded by 
Amendments. 
Arts. XII and 
XIII, which 
were in turn 
superseded by 
Amendments, 
Alt. XXI. 



Proviso as to 
towns having 
less than 150 
ratable polls. 



Expenses of 
travelling to 
and from the 
general court, 
how paid. 
Annulled by 
Amendments, 
Art. XXXV. 

Qualifications 
of a repre- 
sentative. 



CHAPTER I. 

Section III. 

Iloiwe of Representatives. 

Article I. There shall be, in the legislature of this commonwealth, 
a representation of the people, [annually] elected, and founded upon 
the principle of equality. 

For change to biennial elections, see Amendments, Art. LXIV. § 1. 

II. [And in order to provide for a representation of the citizens of 
this commonwealth, founded upon the principle of equality, every cor- 
porate town containing one hundred and fifty ratable polls, may elect 
one representative: every corporate town, containing three hundred and 
seventy-five ratable polls may elect two representatives: every corpo- 
rate town containing six hundred ratable polls, may elect three rep- 
resentatives: and proceeding in that manner, making two hundred and 
twenty-five ratable polls, the mean increasing number for every addi- 
tional representative. 

Provided nevertheless, that each town now incorporated, not having 
one hundred and fifty ratable polls, may elect one representative: but 
no place shall hereafter be incorporated with the privilege of electing a 
representative, unless there are within the same one hundred and fifty 
ratable polls.] 

And the house of representatives shall have power from time to time 
to impose fines upon such towns as shall neglect to choose and return 
members to the same, agreeably to this constitution. 

[The expenses of travelling to the general assembly, and returning 
home, once in every session, and no more, shall be paid by the govern- 
ment, out of the public treasury, to every member who shall attend as 
seasonably as he can, in the judgment of the house, and does not depart 
without leave.] 

III. Every member of the house of representatives shall be chosen 
by written votes; [and for one year at least next preceding his election, 



CONSTITUTION OF MASSACHUSETTS. LxXV 

shall have been an inhabitant of, and have been seised in his own right >-'ew provision 
of a freehold of the value of one hundred pounds within the town he see Amend- 
shall be chosen to represent, or any ratable estate to the value of two xxl' ^'^*' 
liinidred poiuids; and he shall cease to represent the said town im- 
mediately on his ceasing to be qualified as aforesaid.] 

Property qualifications abolished by Amendments, Art. XIII. 

IV. [Every male person, being twenty-one years of age, and resident Qualifications 
in any particular town in this commonwealth for the space of one year These°provi- 
next preceding, having a freehold estate within the same town, of the led^d^by^"^" 
annual income of three pounds, or any estate of the value of six-ty pounds, Artrni.^xx, 
shall have a right to vote in the choice of a representative, or repre- xxx'xxxi 
sentatives for the said town.] ^^^ii«"d 

See also Amendments, Art. XXIII, which was annulled by Art. XXVI. 

V. [The members of the house of representatives shall be chosen Pepresenta- 
annually in the month of May, ten days at least before the last Wednes- cho'sen*^''" 
day of that month.] 

Time of election changed by Amendments, Art. X, and changed again by Amendments, Art. XV. 

VI. The house of representatives shall be the grand inquest of this House alone 
commonwealth; and all impeachments made by them, shall be heard 2ioMMs*2'i4 
and tried by the senate. 

VII. All money bills shall originate in the house of representatives; House to origi- 
but the senate may propose or concur with amendments, as on other {Jjjj^ »" ™o°<'y 

bills. 126 Mass. 547, 557. 

VIII. The house of representatives shall have power to adjourn Not to adjourn 
themselves ; provided such adjoiu-nment shall not exceed two days at a ^°yl ''""' '""^ 

time. See Amendments, Art. LII. 

IX. [Not less than sixty members of the house of representatives, Quorum. 
shall constitute a quorum for doing business.] 

See Amendments, Arts. XXI and XXXIII. 

X. The house of representatives shall be the judge of the returns, To judge of 
elections, and qualifications of its own members, as pointed out in the ks'own mem-°' 
constitution; shall choose then- own speaker; appoint their own officers, iillm^ersand 
and settle the rules and orders of proceeding in their own house: They ^'g^'g^V^ 
shall have authority to punish by imprisonment, every person, not a May'punish 
member, who shall be guilty of disrespect to the house, by any dis- o°ffences'!"' 
orderly, or contemptuous behavior, in its presence; or who, in the town als^ivfas's^llb. 
where the general court is sitting, and during the time of its sitting, ^ °p- ^- ^ ^■ 
shall threaten harm to the body or estate of any of its members, for any 

thing said or done in the house; or who shall assault any of them there- 
for; or who shall assault, or arrest, any witness, or other person, ordered 
to attend the house, in his way in going or returning; or who shall 
rescue any person arrested by the order of the house. And no member Privileges of 
of the house of representatives shall be arrested, or held to bail on ^''"'^"^■ 
mesne process, during his going unto, returning from, or his attending 
the general assembly. 

XL The senate shall have the same powers in the like cases; and l'"^**"- 
the governor and council shall have the same authority to punish in like council may 
cases. Provided that no imprisonment on the warrant or order of the oraerai umita- 
governor, council, senate, or house of representatives, for either of the u ciray, 220. 
above described offences, be for a term exceeding thirty days. 



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CONSTITUTION OF MASSACHUSETTS. 



Trial may be 
by committee, 
or otherwise. 
223 Mass. 51G. 



And the senate and house of representatives may try, and determhie, 
all cases where their rights and privileges are concerned, and which, by 
the constitution, they have authority to try and determine, by com- 
mittees of their own members, or in such other way as they may respec- 
tively think best. 



CHAPTER II. 



His title. 
To be chosen 
amiually. 
For chanee to 
biennial elec- 
tions, see 
Amendments, 
Art. LXIV. 
§§ 1-4. 



To be chosen 
by the people, 
by a majority 
of votes. 
196 Mass. 410. 
See Amend- 
ments, Art. 
XLV. 

Time of elec- 
tion changed 
by Amend- 
ments, Art. X, 
and changed 
again by 
Amendments, 
Art. XV. 
As to cities, sei 
Amendments, 
Art. 11. 



Time changed 
to first 

Wednesday of 
January by 
Amendments, 
Art. X. 



Changed to 
plurality by 
Amendment 
Art. XIV. 
How chosen 



I has 



I per- 



Power of gov- 
ernor, and of 
governor and 
council. 
190 Mass. 016. 



EXECUTIVE POWER. 

Section I. 

Governor. 

Article I. There shall be a supreme executive magistrate, who 
shall be styled, The Governor of the Commonwealth of Massa- 
chusetts; and whose title shall be — His Excellency. 

II. The governor shall be chosen [annually:] and no person shall 
be eligible to this office, unless at the time of his election, he shall have 
been an inhabitant of this commonwealth for seven years next preced- 
ing; [and unless he shall at the same time, be seised in his own right, 
of a freehold within the commonwealth of the value of one thousand 
pounds;] [and unless he shall declare himself to be of the Christian 

religion.] See Amendments, Arts. VII and XXXIV. 

III. Those persons who shall be qualified to vote for senators and 
representatives within the several towns of this commonwealth, shall, 
at a meeting to be called for that purpose, on the [first Monday of April] 
[annually,] give in their votes for a governor, to the selectmen, who 
shall preside at such meetings; and the town clerk, in the presence and 
with the assistance of the selectmen, shall, in open town meeting, sort 
and count the votes, and form a list of the persons voted for, with the 
number of votes for each person against his name; and shall make a 
fair record of the same in the town books, and a public declaration 
thereof in the said meeting; and shall, in the presence of the inliabit- 
ants, seal up copies of the said list, attested by him and the selectmen, 
and transmit the same to the sheriff of the county thirty days at least 
before the [last Wednesday in May]; and the sheriff shall transmit 
the same to the secretary's office, seventeen days at least before the 
said [last Wednesday in ^lay]; or the selectmen may cause returns of 
the same to be made to the office of the secretary of the commonwealth, 
seventeen days at least before the said day; and the secretary shall 
lay the same before the senate and the house of representatives, on the 
[last Wednesday in May], to be by them examined: and in case of an 
election by a [majority] of all the votes returned, the choice shall be by 
them declared and published. But if no person shall have a [majority] 
of votes, the house of representatives shall, by ballot, elect two out of 
four persons who had the highest number of votes, if so many shall have 
been voted for, but, if otherwise, out of the number voted for; and 
make return to the senate of the two persons so elected; on which 
the senate shall proceed, by ballot, to elect one, who shall be declared 
governor. 

IV. The governor shall have authority from time to time, at his 
discretion, to assemble and call together the councillors of this com- 
monwealth for the time being; and the governor with the said coun- 
cillors, or five of them at least, shall, and may, from time to time, hold 



CONSTITUTION OF MASSACHUSETTS. IxXVU 

and keep a council, for the ordering and directing the affairs of the 
commonwealth, agreeably to the constitution and the laws of the 
land. 

V. The governor, with advice of council, shall have full power and May adjourn 
authority, during the session of the general court to adjoiu-n or pro- general court 
rogue the same to any time the two houses shall desire; [and to dissolve and°onvene'' 
the same on the day next preceding the last Wednesday in ]\Iay; and, *''^^^""' 

in the recess of the said court, to prorogue the same from time to time, 
not exceeding ninety days in any one recess;] and to call it together 
sooner than the time to which it may be adjourned or prorogued, if 
the welfare of the commonwealth shall require the same: and in case 
of any infectious distemper prevailing in the place where the said court 
is next at any time to convene, or any other cause happening whereby 
danger may arise to the health or lives of the members from their 
attendance, he may direct the session to be held at some other, the 
most convenient place within the state. 

[And the governor shall dissolve the said general court on the day tion. see''"" 
next preceding the last Wednesday in INIay.] Aitx""^"''^' 

VI. In cases of disagreement between the two houses, with regard ^oyn^Jj"^ ^""^ 
to the necessity, expediency or time of adjournment, or prorogation, adjourn 
the governor, with ad\ice of the council, shall have a right to adjourn in cases, etc . 
or prorogue the general court, not exceeding ninety days, as he shall c "edTng lii'ncty 
determine the public good shall require. 190 Mass. eie. ''''*'^- 

VII. [The governor of this commonwealth for the time being, shall Governor to be 
be the commander in chief of the army and navy, and of all the mill- chief. 

tary forces of the state, by sea and land; and shall have full power JnnunSand 
by himself, or by any commander, or other officer or officers, from superseded by 

. . . , . , , ... Amendments, 

time to time, to train, instruct, exercise and govern the militia and Art. liv. 
na\'y ; and, for the special defence and safety of the commonwealth, to 
assemble in martial array, and put in warlike posture, the inhabitants 
thereof, and to lead and conduct them, and with them to encounter, 
repel, resist, expel and pursue, by force of arms, as well by sea as by 
land, within or without the limits of this commonwealth, and also to 
kill, slay and destroy, if necessary, and conquer, by all fitting ways, 
enterprises, and means whatsoever, all and every such person and 
persons as shall, at any time hereafter, in a hostile manner, attempt 
or enterprise the destruction, invasion, detriment, or annoyance of this 
commonwealth; and to use and exercise, over the army and navy, and 
over the militia in actual service, the law martial, in time of war or 
invasion, and also in time of rebellion, declared by the legislature to 
exist, as occasion shall necessarily require; and to take and surprise 
by all ways and means whatsoever, all and every such person or persons, 
with their ships, arms, ammunition and other goods, as shall, in a 
hostile manner, invade, or attempt the invading, conquering, or annoy- 
ing this commonwealth; and that the governor be intrusted with all 
these and other powers, incident to the offices of captain-general and 
commander in chief, and admiral, to be exercised agreeably to the 
rules and regulations of the constitution, and the laws of the land, and 
not otherwise. 

Provided, that the said governor shall not, at any time hereafter, by Limitation. 
virtue of any power by this constitution granted, or hereafter to be 
granted to him by the legislature, transport any of the inhabitants of 
this commonwealth, or oblige them to march out of the limits of the 
same, without their free and voluntary consent, or the consent of the 



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CONSTITUTION OF MASSACHUSETTS. 



Governor and 
council may 
pardon 
offences, 
except, etc. 
135 Slass. 48. 
190 Mass. 616. 
201 Mass. 609. 
1 Op.A. G. 199. 
4 0p. A.G. 119. 
Op. A. G. 
(1920) 179. 



nominated and 
appointed. 
228 Mass. 63. 



Militia ofRcers, 
how elected. 
Limitation of 
age struck out 
by Amend- 
ments, Art. V. 
This article 
annulled and 
superseded by 
Amendments, 
Art. LIII. 
How commis- 
sioned. 



Major-generals, 
how appointed 
and 
sioned. 



Officers duly 
commissioned, 
how removed. 
Superseded by 
Amendments, 
Art. IV. 

Adjutants, etc, 
how appointed. 



Army officers, 
how appointed. 



general court; except so far as may be necessary to march or transport 
them by land or water, for the defence of such part of the state, to which 
they cannot otherwise conveniently have access.] 

VIII. The power of pardoning offences, except such as persons may 
be convicted of before the senate by an impeachment of the house, 
shall be in the governor, by and with the advice of council: but no 
charter of pardon, granted by the governor, with advice of the council 
before conviction, shall avail the party pleading the same, notwith- 
standing any general or particular expressions contained therein, de- 
scriptive of the offence or offences intended to be pardoned. 

But not before conviction. 109 Mass. 323. 

IX. All judicial officers, [the attorney-general,] the solicitor-general, 
[all sheriffs,] coroners, [and registers of probate,] shall be nominated 
and appointed by the governor, by and with the advice and consent 
of the council; and every such nomination shall be made by the gov- 
ernor, and made at least seven days prior to such appointment. 

For proWsions as to election of attorney-general, see Amendments, Arts. XVII and LXIV, § 1. 
For provision as to election of sheriffs, registers of probate, etc., see Amendments, Art, XIX. 
■For provision as to appointment of notaries public, see Amendments, Arts. IV and LVIl. 
.A.ppointment, tenure, etc., of judges not to be the subject of an initiative or referendum petition; 
see Amendments, Art. XLVIII, The Initiative, II, § 2, and The Referendum, III, § 2. 

X. [The captains and subalterns of the militia, shall be elected by 
the written votes of the train band and alarm list of their respective 
companies, [of twenty-one years of age and upwards:] the field officers 
of regiments shall be elected by the written votes of the captains and 
subalterns of their respective regiments: the brigadiers shall be elected 
ill like manner, by the field officers of their respective brigades: and such 
officers, so elected, shall be commissioned by the governor, who shall 
determine their rank. 

The legislature shall, by standing laws, direct the time and manner 
of convening the electors, and of collecting votes, and of certifying to 
the governor, the officers elected. 

The major-generals shall be appointed by the senate and house of 
representatives, each having a negative upon the other; and be com- 
missioned by the governor. 

And if the electors of brigadiers, field officers, captains or subalterns, 
shall neglect or refuse to make such elections, after being duly notified, 
according to the laws for the time being, then the governor, with advice 
of council, shall appoint suitable persons to fill such offices. 

[And no officer, duly commissioned to command in the militia, shall 
be removed from his office, but by the address of both houses to the 
governor, or by fair trial in court-martial pursuant to the laws of the 
commonwealth for the time being.] 

The commanding officers of regiments shall appoint their adjutants 
and quartermasters; the brigadiers their brigade-majors; and the 
major-generals their aids; and the governor shall appoint the adjutant- 
general. 

The governor, with advice of council, shall appoint all officers of 
the continental army, whom by the confederation of the United States 
it is provided that this commonwealth shall appoint, as also all officers 
of forts and garrisons. 

The divisions of the militia into brigades, regiments and companies, 
made in pursuance of the militia laws now in force, shall be considered 
as the proper divisions of the militia of this commonwealth, until the 
same shall be altered in pursuance of some future law.] 



CONSTITUTION OF MASSACHUSETTS. IxXlX 

XL No moneys shall be issued out of the treasury of this common- Money, how 
wealth, and disposed of (except such sums as may be appropriated for treMury?'" ' * 
the redemption of bills of credit or treasmer's notes, or for the payment i3'^l?ie'n!*593. 
of interest arising thereon) but by warrant under the hand of the gov- 5*^* ^'^^f- ^^■ 
ernor for the time being, with the advice and consent of the council, for ^i^i^) lO- 
the necessary defence and support of the commonwealth; and for the 
protection and preservation of the inhabitants thereof, agreeably to 
the acts and resolves of the general court. 

Certain appropriations of money from treasury not to be subjects of initiative or referendum peti- 
tion. See Amendments, Art. XLVIII, The Initiative, 11, § 2, and The Referendum, III, § 2. 

XII. All public boards, [the commissary-general,] all superintending ah public 
oflScers of public magazines and stores, belonging to this common- mTke "quarterly 
wealth, and all commanding officers of forts and garrisons within the ^^'■^°^- 
same, shall once in every three months, officially, and without requisi- Provision for 
tion, and at other times, when required by the governor, deliver to of commissary- 
him an account of all goods, stores, provisions, ammunition, cannon nuiiKiby" 
with their appendages, and small arms with their accoutrements, and An^'uii'"**' 
of all other public property whatever under their care respectivelj- ; 
distinguishing the quantity, number, quality and kind of each, as 
particularly as may be; together with the condition of such forts and 
garrisons and the said commanding officer shall exhibit to the gov- 
ernor, when required by him, true and exact plans of such forts, and 

of the land and sea or harbor or harbors adjacent. 

And the said boards, and all public officers, shall communicate to 
the governor, as soon as may be after receiving the same, all letters, 
despatches, and intelligences of a public nature, which shall be directed 
to them respectively. 

XIII. As the public good requires that the governor should not be salary of 
under the undue influence of any of the members of the general court «='"'^™°''- 
by a dependence on them for his support, that he should in all cases, 

act with freedom for the benefit of the public, that he should not have 
his attention necessarily diverted from that object to his private con- 
cerns — and that he should maintain the dignity of the commonwealth 
in the character of its chief magistrate, it is necessary that he should 
have an honorable stated salary, of a fLxed and permanent value, amply 
sufficient for those purposes, and established by standing laws: and it 
shall be among the first acts of the general court, after the commence- 
ment of this constitution, to establish such salary by law accordingly. 

Permanent and honorable salaries shall also be established by law salaries of jus- 
for the justices of the supreme judicial court. preme judicial 

Compensation of judges not to be the subject of an initiative or referendum petition; see Amend- *^ourt. 
ments, Art. XLVIII, The Initiative, II, § 2, and The Referendum, III, § 2. 

And if it shall be found that any of the salaries aforesaid, so estab- salaries to be 
lished, are insufficient, they shall, from time to time be enlarged as fMuffident. 
the general court shall judge proper. 

CHAPTER II. 

Section II. 

Lieutenant Governor. 

Article I. There shall be [annually] elected a lieutenant governor Lieutenant 
of the commonwealth of Massachusetts, whose title shall be, His ti!tre"nd ' 



Ixxx 



CONSTITUTION OF MASSACHUSETTS. 



See Amend- 
ments, Arts. 
VII and 
XXXIV. 
For change 
to biennial 
elections, see 
Amendments, 
Art. LXIV. § 1 
How chosen. 
Election by 
plurahty pro- 
vided for oy 
Amendments, 
Art. XIV. 

President of 
council. 
Lieutenant 
governor a 
member, 
except, etc. 

Lieutenant 
governor to be 
acting gov- 

135 Mass. 594. 
See Amend- 
ments, Art. LV. 



and residence in the commonwealth, in the same manner with the 
governor: and the day and manner of his election, and the qualifica- 
tions of the electors, shall be the same as are required in the election of 
a governor. The return of the votes for this officer, and the declaration 
of his election, shall be in the same manner: and if no one person shall 
be found to have [a majority] of all the votes returned, the vacancy 
shall be filled by the senate and house of representatives, in the same 
manner as the governor is to be elected, in case no one person shall 
have [a majority] of the votes of the people to be governor. 

IL The governor, and in his absence the lieutenant governor, shall 
be president of the council, but shall have no vote in council: and the 
lieutenant governor shall always be a member of the council except 
when the chair of the governor shall be vacant. 

III. Whenever the chair of the governor shall be vacant, by reason 
of his death, or absence from the commonwealth, or otherwise, the 
lieutenant governor, for the time being, shall, during such vacancy, 
perform all the duties incumbent upon the governor, and shall have 
and exercise all the powers and authorities, which by this constitution 
the governor is vested with, when personally present. 



Council. 
190 Mass. Oin. 
Number of 
councillors 
changed to 
eight. 

See Amend- 
ments, Art. 
XVI. 



Number; from 
whom and 
how chosen. 
Modified by 
Amendments, 
Arts. X and 

xin. 

Superseded by 
Amendments, 
Art. XVI. 



If senators be- 



No district to 
have more 
than two. 



Council to 

exercise power 
of governor in 
case, etc. 



CHAPTER II. 

Section III. 

Council, and the Manner of settling Elections by the Legislature. 

Article I. There shall be a council for advising the governor in 
the executive part of government, to consist of [nine] persons besides 
the lieutenant governor, whom the governor, for the time being, shall 
have full power and authority, from time to time, at his discretion, 
to assemble and call together. And the governor, with the said coun- 
cillors, or five of them at least, shall and may, from time to time, hold 
and keep a council, for the ordering and directing the affairs of the 
commonwealth, according to the laws of the land. 

II. [Nine councillors shall be annually chosen from among the 
persons retiu-ned for councillors and senators, on the last Wednesday 
in May, by the joint ballot of the senators and representatives assem- 
bled in one room: and in case there shall not be found upon the first 
choice, the whole number of nine persons who will accept a seat in the 
council, the deficiency shall be made up by the electors aforesaid from 
among the people at large; and the number of senators left shall con- 
stitute the senate for the year. The seats of the persons thus elected 
from the senate, and accepting the trust, shall be vacated in the 
senate.] 

III. The councillors, in the civil arrangements of the common- 
wealth, shall have rank next after the lieutenant governor. 

IV. [Not more than two councillors shall be chosen out of any one 

district of this commonwealth.] Superseded by Amendments, Art. XVI. 

V. The resolutions and advice of the council shall be recorded in a 
register, and signed by the members present; and this record may be 
called for at any time by either house of the legislature; and any 
member of the council may insert his opinion, contrary to the resolu- 
tion of the majority. 

VI. [Whenever the office of the governor and lieutenant governor 
shall be vacant, by reason of death, absence, or otherwise, then the 



CONSTITUTION OF iL'i.SSACHUSETTS. IXXX] 

council, or the major part of them, shall dm^ing such vacancy have This article 
full power and authority to do, and execute, all and every such acts, 8uperseded"by 
matters and things, as the governor or the lieutenant governor might An.'^Lv!'^''**' 
or could, by virtue of this constitution, do or execute, if they or either 
of them, were personally present.] 

VII. And whereas the elections appointed to be made by this Elections may 
constitution, on the [last Wednesday in May annually,] by the two untli/etc!" 
houses of the legislature, may not be completed on that day, the said 
elections may be adjourned from day to day untO the same shall be 
completed. And the order of elections shall be as follows: [the vacancies Order thereof. 
in the senate, if any, shall first be filled up;] the governor and lieu- ime'n'dlents, 
tenant governor shall then be elected, provided there should be no ^'^^ x'xv ^' 
choice of them by the people: and afterwards the two houses shaU andJLXiv. 
proceed to the election of the council. 



CHAPTER II. 
Section IV. 
Secretary, Treasurer, Commissary, etc. 
Article I. [The secretary, treasurer and receiver-general, and the secretarj-, etc., 
commissary-general, notaries public, and naval officers, shall be chosen how chosen"'* 
annually, by joint ballot of the senators and representatives in one Treasurer 
room. And that the citizens of this commonwealth may be assured, mor'lthanfiVe 
from time to time, that the moneys remaining in the public treasury, years!^'^^ 
upon the settlement and liquidation of the public accounts, are their 
property, no man shall be eligible as treasurer and receiver-general 
more than five years successively.] 

For provision as to election of secretary, treasurer and receiver-general, auditor and attorney- 
general, see Amendments, Arts. XVII and LXIV, § 1. 

For provision as to appointment of notaries public, see .\mendment3. Arts. IV and LVII. 

Commissary-general, appointment. Amendments, Art. IV: abolished. Amendments, Xjt. LIII. 

Treasurer and receiver-general ineligible to election for more than three successive terms. See 
Amendments, Art. LXIV, § 2. 

II. The records of the commonwealth shall be kept in the office Secretary to 
of the secretary, who may appoint his deputies, for whose conduct he to att'en^the 
shall be accountable, and he shall attend the governor and council, founcU?etc'!'* 
the senate and house of representatives, in person, or by his deputies, 
as they shall respectively require. 



CHAPTER III. 

JUDICIARY POWER. 

Article I. The teniu-e, that all commission officers shall by law Tenure of aii 
have in their offices, shall be expressed in their respective commissions. offic™LTo be* 
All judicial officers, duly appointed, commissioned and sworn, shall ju^kfarofficers 
hold their offices during good behavior, excepting such concerning whom j'jjl-"''' °^ 
there is different provision made in this constitution : provided never- behavior, ex- 
theless, the governor, with consent of the council, may remove them But'ma.vbe 
upon the address of both houses of the legislature. address. °° 

134 Mass. 314. 216 Mass. SI. 

For tenure, etc., of judges, see Amendments, Art. XLVIII, The Initiative, II, § 2, and The Refer- 
endum, III, § 2. 

For retirement of judicial officers, see Amendments, Art. LVIII. 



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Jxistices of su- 
preme judicial 
court to give 
opinions when 
required. 
122 Mass. 600. 
126 Mass. 557. 



II. Each branch of the legislature, as well as the governor and 
council, shall have authority to require the opinions of the justices of 
the supreme judicial court, upon important questions of law, and upon 
solemn occasions. 

226 Mass. 268, 607, 613. 



Justices of the 
peace; tenure 
of their office. 

3 Cush. 584. 

4 Op. A. G. 124. 



For removal of 
justices of the 
peace, see 
Amendments, 
Art. XXXVII. 



Provisions for 
holding pro- 
bate courts. 
12 Gray, 147. 



Marriage, 
divorce, etc., 
until other 
provision made 
by law. 

105 Mass. 325. 
116 Mass. 315. 



III. In order that the people may not suffer from the long continu- 
ance in place of any justice of the peace, who shall fail of discharging 
the important duties of his office with ability or fidelity, all commis- 
sions of justices of the peace shall expire and become void, in the term 
of seven years from their respective dates; and upon the expiration 
of any commission, the same may, if necessary, be renewed, or another 
person appointed, as shall most conduce to the well-being of the 
commonwealth. 

IV. The judges of probate of wills, and for granting letters of admin- 
istration, shall hold their courts at such place or places, on fixed days, 
as the convenience of the people shall require; and the legislature shall, 
from time to time, hereafter appoint such times and places; until 
which appointments, the said courts shall be holden at the times and 
places which the respective judges shall direct. 

V. All causes of marriage, divorce, and alimony, and all appeals 
from the judges of probate shall be heard and determined by the 
governor and council, luitil the legislature shall, by law, make other 
provision. 



Delegates to 
confess. 



CHAPTER IV. 

DELEGATES TO CONGRESS. 

[The delegates of this commonwealth to the congress of the United 
States, shall, some time in the month of June annually, be elected by 
the joint ballot of the senate and house of representatives, assembled 
together in one room; to serve in congress for one year, to commence 
on the first Monday in November then next ensuing. They shall have 
commissions under the hand of the governor, and the great seal of the 
commonwealth; but may be recalled at any time within the year, and 
others chosen and commissioned, in the same manner, in their stead.] 



Harvard 
College. 



CHAPTER V. 

THE UNIVERSITY AT CAMBRIDGE, AND ENCOURAGEMENT OF 
LITERATURE, ETC. 

Section I. 

The University. 

Article I. Whereas our wise and pious ancestors, so early as the 
year one thousand six hundred and thirty-six, laid the foundation of 
Harvard College, in which university many persons of great eminence 
have, by the blessing of God, been initiated in those arts and sciences, 
which qualified them for public employments, both in church and 
state: and whereas the encouragement of arts and sciences, and all 
good literature, tends to the honor of God, the advantage of the Chris- 
tian religion, and the great benefit of this and the other United States 



CONSTITUTION OF MASSACHUSETTS. Ixxxiii 

of America — it is declared, that the President and Fellows op Powers, priv-i- 
Harvard College, in their corporate capacity, and their successors the president 
in that capacity, their officers and servants, shall have, hold, use, confirmed!^ 
exercise and enjoy, all the powers, authorities, rights, liberties, priv- 
ileges, immunities and franchises, which they now have or are entitled 
to have, hold, use, exercise and enjoy: and the same are hereby ratified 
and confirmed unto them, the said president and fellows of Harvard 
College, and to their successors, and to their officers and servants, 
respectively, forever. 

II. And whereas there have been at sundry times, by divers persons, aii gifts, 
gifts, grants, devises of houses, lands, tenements, goods, chattels, confirm^! ' 
legacies and conveyances, heretofore made, either to Harvard College 

in Cambridge, in New England, or to the president and fellows of 
Harvard College, or to the said college, by some other description, 
under several charters successively: it is declared, that all the said 
gifts, grants, devises, legacies and conveyances, are hereby forever 
confirmed unto the president and fellows of Harvard College, and to 
their successors in the capacity aforesaid, according to the true intent 
and meaning of the donor or donors, grantor or grantors, devisor or 
devisors. 

III. [And whereas, by an act of the general court of the colony of ^.g" ^ra' ^^ 
Massachusetts Bay passed in the year one thousand six hundred and 
forty-two, the governor and deput\'-governor, for the time being, and 

all the magistrates of that jurisdiction, were, with the president, and a See statutes, 

• • • • 1SS1 224 

number of the clergy in the said act described, constituted the over- 1852! 27. ' 
seers of Harvard College: and it being necessary, in this new constitu- isgI]!?! 
tion of government to ascertain who shall be deemed successors to }||g' 1^,^132 
the said governor, deputy-governor and magistrates; it is declared, Jlgl'Jg''- 
that the governor, lieutenant governor, council and senate of this isge. 191. 

. . 1901 187 488 

commonwealth, are and shall be deemed, their successors, who with 1902,' 243.' 
the president of Harvard College, for the time being, together with 1914] 593! 
the ministers of the congregational churches in the towns of Cam- 
bridge, Watertown, Charlestown, Boston, Roxbury, and Dorchester, 
mentioned in the said act, shall be, and hereby are, vested with all ^""""JrvidTo 
the powers and authority belonging, or in any w-ay appertaining to the the legislature. 
overseers of Harvard College; provided, that] nothing herein shall be 
construed to prevent the legislature of this commonwealth from making 
such alterations in the government of the said university, as shall be 
conducive to its advantage and the interest of the republic of letters, 
in as full a manner as might have been done by the legislature of the 
late Province of the Massachusetts Bay. 



CHAPTER V. 

Section II. 

The Encouragement of Literature, etc. 

Wisdom, and knowledge, as well as virtue, diffused generally among Duty of legisia- 
the body of the people, being necessary for the preservation of their isYrateTinTil^ 
rights and liberties; and as these depend on spreading the opportunities 'I'i'Aifent'sM^' 
and advantages of education in the various parts of the country, and J°5 flags' 419 
among the different orders of the people, it shall be the duty of legis- i-js Mass. em. 
latures and magistrates, in all future periods of this commonwealth, sop.A.d.aso. 



kxxiv 



CONSTITUTION OF MASSACHUSETTS. 



For further to chcrisli tlic interests of literature and the sciences, and all seminaries 

pubUc schools, of them; especially the university at Cambridge, public schools and 

mentsTArts. grammar schools in the towns; to encourage private societies and public 

XLv"/°'' institutions, rewards and immunities, for the promotion of agricultiue, 

arts, sciences, commerce, trades, manufactures, and a natiu-al history 

of the country; to countenance and inculcate the principles of humanity 

and general benevolence, public and private charity, industry and 

frugality, honesty and punctuality in their dealings; sincerity, good 

humor, and all social affections, and generous sentiments among the 

people. 



Oaths of 
office, etc. 



Abolished. 
See Amend- 
ments, Art. 
VII. 



Declaration 
and oaths of 
all officers. 



For new oath 
of allegiance, 
see Amend- 
ments, Art. VI. 



CHAPTER VI. 

OATHS AND SUBSCRIPTIONS; INCOMPATIBILITY OF AND EXCLU- 
SION FROM OFFICES; PECUNIARY QUALIFICATIONS; COMMIS- 
SIONS; TVTIITS; CONFIRMATION OF LAWS; H.ABEAS CORPUS; THE 
ENACTING STYLE; CONTINUANCE OF OFFICERS; PROVISION 
FOR A FUTURE REVISAL OF THE CONSTITUTION, ETC. 

Article I. [Any person chosen governor, lieutenant governor, coun- 
cillor, senator or representative, and accepting the trust, shall before 
he proceed to execute the duties of his place or office, make and sub- 
scribe the following declaration, viz. — 

"I, A. B., do declare, that I believe the Christian religion, and have 
a firm persuasion of its truth; and that I am seised and possessed, in 
my own right, of the property required by the constitution as one 
qualification for the office or place to which I am elected." 

And the governor, lieutenant governor, and councillors shall make 
and subscribe the said declaration, in the presence of the two houses 
of assembly; and the senators and representatives first elected under 
this constitution, before the president and five of the council of the 
former constitution, and forever afterwards before the governor and 
council for the time being.] 

And every person chosen to either of the places or offices aforesaid, 
as also any person appointed or commissioned to any judicial, executive, 
military, or other office under the government, shall, before he enters 
on the discharge of the business of his place or office, take and subscribe 
the following declaration, and oaths or affirmations, viz. — 

["I, A. B., do truly and sincerely acknowledge, profess, testify and 
declare, that the Commonwealth of Massachusetts is, and of right 
ought to be, a free, sovereign and independent state; and I do swear, 
that I will bear true faith and allegiance to the said commonwealth, 
and that I will defend the same against traitorous conspiracies and all 
hostile attempts whatsoever: and that I do renounce and abjure all 
allegiance, subjection and obedience to the king, queen, or govern- 
ment of Great Britain, (as the case may be) and every other foreign 
power whatsoever: and that no foreign prince, person, prelate, state 
or potentate, hath, or ought to have, any jurisdiction, superiority, pre- 
eminence, authority, dispensing or other power, in any matter, civil, 
ecclesiastical or spiritual, within this commonwealth, except the au- 
thority and power which is or may be vested by their constituents 
in the congress of the United States: and I do further testify and 
declare, that no man or body of men hath or can have any right to 
absolve or discharge me from the obligation of this oath, declaration. 



CONSTITUTION OF MASSACHUSETTS. LxXXV 

or affirmation; and that I do make this acknowledgment, profession, 
testimony, declaration, denial, renunciation and abjuration, heartily 
and truly, according to the common meaning and acceptation of the 
foregoing words, without any equivocation, mental evasion, or secret 
reservation whatsoever — So help me, God."] 

"I, A. B., do solemnly swear and affirm, that I will faithfully and oath of office. 
impartially discharge and perform all the duties incumbent on me as 
: according to the best of my abilities and understanding, 
agreeably, to the rules and regulations of the constitution, and the laws 
of this commonwealth — So help me, God." 

Provided always, that when any person chosen or appointed as Quakers 
aforesaid, shall be of the denomination of the people called Quakers, "^eVme™- 
and shall decline taking the said oath[s], he shall make his affirmation meets, Art. vi. 
in the foregoing form, and subscribe the same, omitting the words 
["/ do swear," "and abjure," "oath or," "and abjuration" in the first 
oath; and in the second oath, the words] "swear and," and [in each of 
them] the words "So help vie, God;" subjoining instead thereof, " This 
I do under the pains and penalties of perjury." 

And the said oaths or affirmations shall be taken and subscribed by oathsand 
the governor, lieutenant governor, and councillors, before the presi- hi^w'ad^i'iSis- 
dent of the senate, in the presence of the two houses of assembly; and ^"^■ 
by the senators and representatives first elected under this constitution, 
before the president and five of the council of the former constitution; 
and forever afterwards before the governor and council for the time 
being: and by the residue of the officers aforesaid, before such persons 
and in such manner as from time to time shall be prescribed by the 
legislature. 

II. No governor, lieutenant governor, or judge of the supreme Plurality of 
judicial court, shall hold any other office or place, under the authority hibu^togov- 
of this commonwealth, except such as by this constitution they are Ixceptretc. 
admitted to hold saving that the judges of the said court may hold ?i^i7,J|' 
the offices of justices of the peace through the state; nor shall they SeeAmend- 
hold any other place or office, or receive any pension or salary from vm.'' ^^^' 
any other state or government or power whatever. 

No person shall be capable of holding or exercising at the same time, same subject. 
within this state more than one of the following offices, viz. — judge iop'^a.g. ' 
of probate — sheriff — register of probate — or register of deeds — and ^^^' ^^^" 
never more than any two offices which are to be held by appointment 
of the governor, or the governor and council, or the senate, or the 
house of representatives, or by the election of the people of the state 
at large, or of the people of any county, military offices and the offices 
of justices of the peace excepted, shall be held by one person. 

No person holding the office of judge of the supreme judicial court incompatible 
— secretary — attorney-general ■ — • solicitor-general — treasurer or re- ^^^ {^^y,„ 
ceiver-general — judge of probate — [commissary-general — president, visions as to 
professor, or instructor of Harvard College] — sheriff ■ — clerk of the offices, see 
house of representatives — register of probate — register of deeds — Anl'viT™ ' 
clerk of the supreme judicial court • — ■ clerk of the inferior court of com- officers of Har- 
mon pleas — or officer of the customs, including in this description naval excepted by* 
officers — shall at the same time have a seat in the senate or house of Art.^xxvir ' 
representatives; but their being chosen or appointed to, and accepting 
the same, shall operate as a resignation of their seat in the senate or 
house of representatives; and the place so vacated shall be filled up. 

Provision for appointment of commissary-general repealed by Amendments, Art. LIII. 



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CONSTITUTION OF MASSACHUSETTS. 



See Amend- 
ments, Arts. 
XIII and 
XXXIV. 

Provisions 
respecting 



Provisions re- 
specting writs. 

2 Pick. 592. 

3 Met. 58. 
13 Grav, 74. 
221 Mass. 9. 



Continuation of 
former laws, 
except, etc. 
8 Pick. 309. 
16 Pick. 107. 
2 Met. 118. 
6 Grav, 1. 
139 Mass. 29. 
148 Mass. 309. 
208 Mass. 162. 

Benefit of 
habeas corpus 
secured, ex- 
cept, etc. 



The enacting 
style. 



And the same rule shall take place in case any judge of the said 
supreme judicial court, or judge of probate, shall accept a seat in 
council; or any councillor shall accept of either of those offices or 
places. 

And no person shall ever be admitted to hold a seat in the legislature, 
or any office of trust or importance under the government of this com- 
monwealth, who shall, in the due course of law, have been convicted 
of bribery or corruption in obtaining an election or appointment. 

III. [In all cases where sums of money are mentioned in this con- 
stitution, the value thereof shall be computed in silver at six shillings 
and eight pence per ounce : and it shall be in the power of the legislature, 
from time to time, to increase such qualifications, as to property, of 
the persons to be elected to oflBces, as the circumstances of the com- 
monwealth shall require.] 

IV. All commissions shall be in the name of the Commonwealth of 
Massachusetts, signed by the governor and attested by the secretary 
or his deputy, and have the great seal of the commonwealth affixed 
thereto. 

V. All WTits issuing out of the clerk's office in any of the courts of 
law, shall be in the name of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts: 
they shall be under the seal of the court from whence they issue: they 
shall bear test of the first justice of the court to which they shall be 
returnable, who is not a party, and be signed by the clerk of such 
court. 

VI. All the laws which have heretofore been adopted, used and 
approved in the Province, Colony or State of Massachusetts Bay, and 
usually practised on in the courts of law, shall still remain and be in 
full force, until altered or repealed by the legislature; such parts only 
excepted as are repugnant to the rights and liberties contained in this 
constitution. 

VII. The privilege and benefit of the writ of habeas corpus shall be 
enjoyed in this commonwealth in the most free, easy, cheap, expedi- 
tious and ample manner; and shall not be suspended by the legislature, 
except upon the most urgent and pressing occasions, and for a limited 
time not exceeding twelve months. 

VIII. The enacting style, in making and passing all acts, statutes 
and laws, shall be — " Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Rep- 
resentatives in General Court assembled, and by the authority of the 



Officers of jx. fTo the end there may be no failure of justice, or danger arise 

termer govern- l .' p ^ ^ e It 

ment continued to the commouwealth from a change or the form or government — all 
officers, civil and military, holding commissions under the government 
and people of Massachusetts Bay in New England, and all other officers 
of the said government and people, at the time this constitution shall 
take effect, shall have, hold, use, exercise and enjoy, all the powers 
and authority to them granted or committed, until other persons shall 
be appointed in their stead: and all courts of law shall proceed in the 
execution of the business of theu- respective departments; and all the 
executive and legislative officers, bodies and powers shall continue in 
full force, in the enjoyment and exercise of all their trusts, employments 
and authority; until the general court and the supreme and executive 
officers under this constitution are designated and invested with their 
respective trusts powers and authority.] 



CONSTITUTION OF MASSACHUSETTS. IxXXVU 

X. [In order the more effectually to adhere to the principles of the Provision for 
constitution, and to correct those violations which by any means may Bti™tion?°°' 
be made therein, as well as to form such alterations as from experience For easting 

,, , ~ , 1 ■ 1 1 11 1 • 1 provision as to 

shall be found necessary — the general court which shall be in the year amendmenta, 
of our Lord one thousand seven hundred and ninety-five, shall issue ments, Art. 
precepts to the selectmen of the several towns, and to the assessors of The initiative, 
the unincorporated plantations, directing them to convene the qualified '^" 
voters of their respective towns and plantations, for the purpose of 
collecting their sentiments on the necessity or expediency of revising 
the constitution, in order to amendments. 

And if it shall appear by the returns made, that two thirds of the 
qualified voters throughout the state, who shall assemble and vote in 
consequence of the said precepts, are in favor of such revision or amend- 
ment, the general court shall issue precepts, or direct them to be issued 
from the secretary's office to the several towns to elect delegates to 
meet in convention for the purpose aforesaid. 

The said delegates to be chosen in the same manner and proportion 
as their representatives in the second branch of the legislature are by 
this constitution to be chosen.] 

XL This form of government shall be enrolled on parchment and p™8erving'and 
deposited in the secretary's office, and be a part of the laws of the land — publishing thia 

I * (• 1 11 1 n 1 111 • • 1 constitution. 

and printed copies thereoi shall be prefixed to the book containing the 
laws of this commonwealth, in all future editions of the said laws. 



ARTICLES OF AMENDMENT. 

Article I. If any bill or resolve shall be objected to, and not Bin, etc.. not 
approved by the governor; and if the general court shall adjourn within wthin five 
five days after the same shall have been laid before the governor for b^oCa faw, 
his approbation, and thereby prevent his returning it with his objections, adjtfurn In'the 
as provided by the constitution, such bill or resolve shall not become a 3 liag^fgy 

law, nor have force as such. See Const, Ch. I, Sect. I, Art. II. 

Art. II. The general court shall have full power and authority to General court 
erect and constitute municipal or city governments, in any corporate charter cities. 

, '■ 111 i*ri_" 1''2 Mass 344 

town or towns in this commonwealth, and to grant to the inhabitants 200 Mass! 152. 
thereof such powers, privileges, and immunities, not repugnant to the l^j? m^^; 5^^; 
constitution as the general court shall deem necessary or expedient op 'a'^g*^' ^^^' 
for the regulation and government thereof and to prescribe the manner dsis) 38. 
of calling and holding public meetings of the inhabitants, in wards or mTnts^l^ts. 
otherwise for the election of officers under the constitution, and the xrviii^^he 
manner of returning the votes given at such meetings. Provided, that ^"J'a^Ji'T^iJi' 
no such government shall be erected or constituted in any town not Referendum, 
containing twelve thousand inhabitants, nor unless it be with the 
consent, and on the application of a majority of the inhabitants of ^[.?''j|°^g ^qq 
such town, present and voting thereon, pursuant to a vote at a meet- 
ing duly warned and holden for that purpose. And provided also, 
that all by-laws made by such municipal or city government shall be 
subject, at all times to be annulled by the general court. 

Art. III. Every male citizen of twenty-one years of age and up- Quaiifieations 
wards, excepting paupers and persons under guardianship who shall governor, ""^ 



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CONSTITUTION OF MASSACHUSETTS. 



lieutenant 
governor, 
senators and 
representa- 
tives. 
11 Pick. 538. 

6 Met. 298, 

7 Gray, 299. 
122 Mass. S94. 
124 Mass. 596. 
144 Mass. 497. 
226 Mass. 607. 
228 Mass. 63. 

1 Op. A. G. 54, 



have resided within the commonwealth one year, and within the town 
or district in which he may claim a right to vote, six calendar months 
next preceding any election of governor, lieutenant governor, senators, 
or representatives, [and who shall have paid, by himself or his parent, 
master or guardian, any state or county tax, which shall, within two 
years next preceding such election, have been assessed upon him in 
any town or district of this commonwealth; and also, every citizen 
who shall be, by law, exempted from taxation, and who shall be, in all 
other respects, qualified as above mentioned,] shall have a right to 
vote in such election of governor, lieutenant governor, senators and 
representatives; and no other person shall be entitled to vote in such 
election. 

See Amendments, Arts. XXX, XXXII, XL. See also Amendments, Art. XXIII, which was an- 
nulled by Amendments, Art. XXVI. 

For educational qualification, see Amendments, Art. XX. 

For provision as to those who have served in the army or navy in time of war, see Amendments, 
Arts. XXVIII and XXXI. 

For absentee voting, see Amendments, Art. XLV. 

Art. IV. Notaries public shall be appointed by the governor in 
the same manner as judicial officers are appointed, and shall hold their 
ofiices during seven years, unless sooner removed by the governor 
with the consent of the council, [upon the address of both houses of 
the legislature.] 

For appointment of women as notaries public, see Amendments, Art. LVII. 

[In case the office of secretary or treasurer of the commonwealth 
shall become vacant from any cause during the recess of the general 
court, the governor, with the advice and consent of the council, shall 
nominate and appoint, under such regulations as may be prescribed by 
law, a competent and suitable person to such vacant office, who shall 
hold the same until a successor shall be appointed by the general court.] 

[Whenever the exigencies of the commonwealth shall require the 
appointment of a commissary-general, he shall be nominated, ap- 
pointed and commissioned in such manner as the legislature may, 
by law, prescribe. 
how*remov«r' All officers Commissioned to command in the militia may be removed 
from office in such manner as the legislature may, by law, prescribe.] 

Last two paragraphs of Art. IV annulled and superseded by Amendments, Art. LIII. 

^r'^calTttmla^nd ^RT. V. [In the elections of captains and subalterns of the militia, 
subalterns. ^\\ ^^g members of their respective companies, as well those under as 
those above the age of twenty-one years, shall have a right to vote.] 

This article annulled and superseded by Amendments, Art. LIII. 

takra'bvaii Art. VI. Instead of the oath of allegiance prescribed by the con- 

stitution, the following oath shall be taken and subscribed by every 
person chosen or appointed to any office, civil or military under the 
government of this commonwealth, before he shall enter on the duties 
of his office, to wit: 

" I, A. B., do solemnly swear, that I will bear true faith and allegiance 
to the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, and will support the consti- 
tution thereof. So help me God." 

Prodded, That when any person shall be of the denomination called 
Quakers, and shall decline taking said oath, he shall make his affirma- 
tion in the foregoing form, omitting the word "swear" and inserting 
instead thereof the word "affirm;" and omitting the words "So help 
me God," and subjoining, instead thereof, the words "This I do under 
the pains and penalties of perjury." 



Notaries pub- 
lic, how 
appointed 
and removed. 
4 Op. A. G. 
124. 

See Amend- 
ments, Art. 
XXXVII. 



Vacancies in 
the offices of 
secretary and 
treasurer, how 
aied. 

This clause 
superseded by 
Amendments, 
Art. XVII. 

Commissary- 
general may be 
appointed, in 
case, etc. 



officers. 

2 Op. A. G. 246. 
Op. A. G. 
(1917) 87. 
See Const., 
Ch. VI, Art. I. 



CONSTITUTION OF MASSACHUSETTS. Ixxxix 

Art. VII. No oath, declaration or subscription, excepting the oath Tests aboi- 
prescribed in the preceding article and the oath of office, shall be '^ 
required of the governor, lieutenant governor, councillors, senators or 
representatives, to qualify them to perform the duties of their respective 
offices. 

Art. VIII. No judge of any court of this commonwealth (except incompatibility 
the coiui; of sessions) and no person holding any office under the au- 122 aiSs. 445, 
thority of the United States (postmasters excepted) shall, at the same 123'Mass. 253 
time, hold the office of governor, lieutenant governor, or councillor, or J-^- ^ q 233 
have a seat in the senate or house of representatives of this common- 4 0p a G.457. 
wealth; and no judge of any court in this commonwealth (except the (i9'i7) is. 
court of sessions) nor the attorney-general, solicitor-general, county 
attorney, clerk of any court, sheriff, treasurer and receiver-general, 
register of probate, nor register of deeds, shall continue to hold his said 
office after being elected a member of the Congress of the United States, 
and accepting that trust; but the acceptance of such trust by any of 
the officers aforesaid shall be deemed and taken to be a resignation of 
his said office; and judges of the courts of common pleas shall hold no 
other office under the government of this commonwealth, the office of 
justice of the peace and militia offices excepted. 

Art. IX. [If, at any time hereafter, any specific and particular Amendments 
amendment or amendments to the constitution be proposed in the how made""°°' 
general court, and agreed to by a majority of the senators and two- ''"'''^ ^Iji''^'?,, 
thirds of the members of the house of representatives present and Art. XLyin, 
voting thereon, such proposed amendment or amendments shall be iv.^and"^'" °' 
entered on the journals of the two houses, with the yeas and nays A"t."xLvni, 
taken thereon, and referred to the general court then next to be chosen, viefons'viii 
and shall be published; and if, in the general court next chosen as afore- 
said, such proposed amendment or amendments shall be agreed to by a 
majority of the senators and two thirds of the members of the house 
of representatives present and voting thereon ; then it shall be the duty 
of the general court to submit such proposed amendment or amendments 
to the people: and if they shall be approved and ratified by a majority 
of the qualified voters voting thereon, at meetings legally warned and 
holden for that purpose, they shall become part of the constitution 
of this commonwealth.] 

Art. X. The political year shall begin on the first Wednesday of ^""r^""^ • 
January instead of the last Wednesday of May, and the general court caiyear. 
shall assemble every year on the said first Wednesday of January, and i^on'te ''™^'" 
shall proceed at that session to make all the elections, and do all the ann^n'°^ 
other acts which are by the constitution required to be made and seeAmend- 
done at the session which has heretofore commenced on the last Wednes- LXivi § a.' 
day of May. And the general court shall be dissolved on the day next Termination 
preceding the first Wednesday of January, without any proclamation year°""^* 
or other act of the governor. But nothing herein contained shall pre- 
vent the general coiut from assembling at such other times as they 
shall judge necessary, or when called together by the governor. The Governor, etc., 
governor, lieutenant governor and councillors, shall also hold their seeAmend-^' 
respective offices for one year next following the first Wednesday of Lxivit?.' 
January, and until others are chosen and qualified in their stead. 

[The meeting for the choice of governor, lieutenant governor, senators Meetingsforthe 
and representatives shall be held on the second INIonday of November emor, Ueuten- 
in every year; but meetings may be adjourned if necessary, for the etc'fwhen°to' 
choice of representatives, to the next day, and again to the nex-t sue- ''^^'=''*- 



CONSTITUTION OF MASSACHUSETTS. 



This clause 
superseded by 
Amendments, 
Art. XV. 



Article, when 
to go into 
operation. 



Inconsistent 

provisions 

annulled. 

Religious 
freedom 
established. 
8 Met. 133. 
122 Mass. 40. 
See Dec. of 
Rights, Art. 
III. 

See Amend- 
ments, Arts. 
XLVI and 
XLVIII, The 
Initiative, II, 
§ 2, and The 
Referendum, 
III, § 2. 



Census of rata- 
ble polls to be 
taken in 1837. 
and decennially 
thereafter. 
7 Mass. 623. 
This article 
was superseded 
by Amend- 
ments, Art. 
XIII, which 
was also super- 
seded by 
Amendments, 
Arts. XXI and 
XXII. 



ceeding day, but no further. But in case a second meeting shall be 
necessary for the choice of representatives, such meetings shall be held 
on the fourth Monday of the same month of November.] 

All the other provisions of the constitution, respecting the elections 
and proceedings of the members of the general court, or of any other 
officers or persons whatever, that have reference to the last Wednesday 
of May, as the commencement of the political year, shall be so far 
altered as to have like reference to the first Wednesday of January. 

[This article shall go into operation on the first day of October next 
following the day when the same shall be duly ratified and adopted 
as an amendment of the constitution; — and the governor, lieutenant 
governor, councillors, senators, representatives and all other state 
officers, who are annually chosen, and who shall be chosen for the 
current year when the same shall go into operation, shall hold their 
respective offices until the first Wednesday of January then next fol- 
lowing, and until others are chosen and qualified in their stead, and 
no longer • — ■ and the first election of the governor, lieutenant governor, 
senators and representatives to be had in virtue of this article shall 
be had conformably thereunto, in the month of November following 
the day on which the same shall be in force, and go into operation 
pursuant to the foregoing provision. 

All the provisions of the existing constitution inconsistent with the 
provisions herein contained are hereby wholly annulled.] 

Art. XI. Instead of the third article of the bill of rights, the fol- 
lowing modification and amendment thereof is substituted. 

"As the public worship of God and instructions in piety, religion 
and morality, promote the happiness and prosperity of a people and the 
security of a republican government; — therefore, the several religious 
societies of this commonwealth, whether corporate or unincorporate, 
at any meeting legally warned and holden for that purpose, shall ever 
have the right to elect their pastors or religious teachers, to contract 
with them for their support, to raise money for erecting and repairing 
houses for public worship, for the maintenance of religious instruction, 
and for the pajTnent of necessary expenses : and all persons belonging 
to any religious society shall be taken and held to be members, until 
they shall file with the clerk of such society, a written notice, declar- 
ing the dissolution of their membership, and thenceforth shall not be 
liable for ajiy grant or contract which may be thereafter made, or en- 
tered into by such society :^ — -and all religious sects and denominations, 
demeaning themselves peaceably, and as good citizens of the common- 
wealth, shall be equally under the protection of the law; and no sub- 
ordination of any one sect or denomination to another shall ever be 
established by law." 

Art. XII. [In order to provide for a representation of the citizens 
of this commonwealth, founded upon the principles of equality a census 
of the ratable polls, in each city, town and district of the common- 
wealth, on the first day of May, shall be taken and returned into the 
secretary's office, in such manner as the legislature shall provide, within 
the month of May, in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred 
and thirty-seven, and in every tenth year thereafter, in the month of 
May, in manner aforesaid, and each town or city having three hundred 
ratable polls at the last preceding decennial census of polls may elect 
one representative, and for every four hundred and fifty ratable polls 
in addition to the first three hundred, one representative more. 



CONSTITUTION OF MASSACHUSETTS. XCI 

Any town having less than three hundred ratable polls shall be rep- Towns having 
resented thus; the whole number of ratable polls, at the last preceding rSwepoli^ 
decennial census of polls, shall be multiplied by ten, and the product senlii^'^'^^ 
divided by three hundred, and such town may elect one representative 
as many years within ten years, as tliree hundred is contained in the 
product aforesaid. 

Any city or town having ratable polls enough to elect one or more Fractions, how 
representatives, with any number of polls beyond the necessary num- ''«p'^«^'"«'- 
ber, may be represented as to that surplus number by multiplying such 
surplus number by ten and dividing the product by four hundred and 
fifty; and such city or town may elect one additional representative as 
many years within the ten years as foiu* hundred and fifty is contained 
in the product aforesaid. 

Any two or more of the several towns and districts may, by consent Towns may 
of a majority of the legal voters present at a legal meeting in each of re"entati?/d^- 
said towns and districts respectively called for that purpose, and held '"°'^' 
previous to the first day of July in the year in which the decennial 
census of polls shall be taken, form themselves into a representative 
district, to continue until the next decennial census of polls, for the 
election of a representative or representatives, and such district shall 
have all the rights, in regard to representation, which would belong to 
a town containing the same number of ratable polls. 

The governor and council shall ascertain and determine within the The governor 
months of July and August, in the year of oiu- Lord one thousand eight deferm'ine'the 
hundred and thirty-seven, according to the foregoing principles, the ^"sM'trtiverto 
number of representatives, which each city, town and representative wWcheach 
district is entitled to elect, and the number of years within the period ''f«i. 
of ten years then next ensuing, that each city, town and representative 
district may elect an additional representative, and where any town 
has not a sufficient number of polls to elect a representative each year 
then how many years within the ten years, such town may elect a 
representative, and the same shall be done once in ten years thereafter New appo> 
by the governor and council, and the number of ratable polls in each mad^once'iB''* 
decennial census of polls, shall determine the number of representatives, y^^*^'' 
which each city, town and representative district may elect as afore- 
said, and when the number of representatives to be elected by each 
city, town or representative district is ascertained and determined as 
aforesaid, the governor shall cause the same to be published forthwith 
for the information of the people and that number shall remain fixed 
and unalterable for the period of ten years. All the provisions of the inconsistent 
existing constitution inconsistent with the provisions herein contained, anxiiS'«r 
are hereby wholly annulled.] 

Art. XIII. [A census of the inhabitants of each city and town, on Census, 
the first day of May, shall be taken, and returned into the secretary's p^o^!^^;^' ^^' 
office, on or before the last day of June, of the year one thousand eight *" census 
hundred and forty, and of every tenth year thereafter, which census Amendments'!^ 
shall determine the apportionment of senators and representatives for and^xxii. 
the term of ten years. The several senatorial districts now existing shall Senatorial dis- 
be permanent. The senate shall consist of forty members: and in the permanen"^ 
year one thousand eight hundred and forty, and every tenth year there- Provisions as 
after, the governor and council shall assign the number of senators to superseded by 
be chosen in each' district, according to the number of inhabitants in the Art. xxii. 
same. But, in all cases, at least one senator shall be assigned to each dis- 
trict. The members of the house of representatives shall be apportioned 



CONSTITUTION OF MASSACHUSETTS. 



House of repre- 
sentatives, how 
apportioned. 
Provieions as to 
representatives 
superseded by 
Amendments, 
Art. XXI. 
Small towns, 
how repre- 
sented. 



Towns may 
unite into 
representative 
districts. 



Basis of 
representation, 
and ratio of 
increase. 



The governor 
and council tu 
apportion the 
number of 
representatives 
of each town 
once in every 
ten years. 



Councillors to 
be chosen from 
the people at 
large. 

Provisions as 
to councillors 
superseded by 
Amendments, 
Art. XVI. 
Qualifications 
of councillors. 



Property not 
requirea for 
seat in gen- 
eral court or 
council. 
Election by 
people to be 
by plurality. 



Time of annual 
election of 
governor and 
legislature. 
For change to 
biennial elec- 
tions, see 
Amendments, 
Art. LXIV. 



in the following manner: Every town or city containing twelve hun- 
dred inhabitants, may elect one representative ; and two thousand four 
hundred inhabitants shall be the mean increasing number which shall 
entitle it to an additional representative. Every town containing less 
than twelve hundred inhabitants, shall be entitled to elect a representa- 
tive as many times, within ten years, as the number one hundred and 
sixty is contained in the number of the inhabitants of said town. Such 
towns may also elect one representative for the year in which the valua- 
tion of estates within the commonwealth shall be settled. Any two or 
more of the several towns may, by consent of a majority of the legal 
voters present at a legal meeting, in each of said towns respectively, 
called for that purpose, and held before the first day of August, in the 
year one thousand eight hundred and forty, and every tenth year there- 
after, form themselves into a representative district, to continue for the 
term of ten years; and such district shall have all the rights in regard 
to representation, which would belong to a town containing the same 
number of inhabitants. The number of inhabitants which shall entitle 
a town to elect one representative, and the mean increasing number, 
which shall entitle a town or city to elect more than one, and also the 
number by which the population of towns, not entitled to a representa- 
tive every year, is to be divided, shall be increased respectively, by one 
tenth of the numbers above mentioned, whenever the population of the 
commonwealth shall have increased to seven hundred and seventy 
thousand, and for every additional increase of seventy thousand inhab- 
itants, the same addition of one tenth shall be made, respectively, to the 
said numbers above mentioned. In the year of each decennial census, 
the governor and council shall, before the first day of September, appor- 
tion the number of representatives which each city, town, and represent- 
ative district is entitled to elect, and ascertain how many years within 
ten years, any town may elect a representative, which is not entitled to 
elect one every year; and the governor shall cause the same to be pub- 
lished forthwith. Nine coimcillors shall be annually chosen from among 
the people at large, on the first Wednesday of January, or as soon there- 
after as may be, by the joint ballot of the senators and representatives 
assembled in one room, who shall, as soon as may be, in like manner, fill 
up any vacancies that may happen in the council, by death, resigna- 
tion, or otherwise. No person shall be elected a councillor, who has 
not been an inhabitant of this commonwealth for the term of five years 
immediately preceding his election; and not more than one councillor 
shall be chosen from any one senatorial district in the commonwealth.] 
No possession of a freehold or of any other estate shall be requu-ed as 
a qualification for holding a seat in either branch of the general court, 
or in the executive council. 

Art. XIV. In all elections of civil officers by the people of this 
commonwealth, whose election is provided for by the constitution, the 
person having the highest number of votes shall be deemed and declared 
to be elected. 

Art. XV. The meeting for the choice of governor, lieutenant- 
governor, senators and representatives, shall be held on the Tuesday 
next after the first Monday in November, annually; but in case of a 
failure to elect representatives on that day, a second meeting shall be 
holden for that purpose on the fourth Monday of the same month of 
November. 



CONSTITUTION OF MASSACHUSETTS. XCOl 

Art. XVI. Eight councillors shall be [annually] chosen by the in- Eight council- 
habitants of this commonwealth, qualified to vote for governor. The chosen by the 
election of councillors shall be determined by the same rule that is ?|2^Mass. 594 
required in the election of governor. The legislature, at its first session ^8*- 
after this amendment shall have been adopted, and at its first session bien^auit>° 
after the next state census shall have been taken, and at its first Amendments, 
session after each decennial state census thereafterwards, shall divide ^'Lxiv. 
the commonwealth into eight districts of contiguous territory, each Legislature to 
containing a number of inhabitants as nearly equal as practicable, with- '^"'"'"'* ^"'"^ 
out dividing any town or ward of a city, and each entitled to elect one 
councillor: provided, however, that if, at any time, the constitution Proviso. 
shall provide for the division of the commonwealth into forty senatorial 
districts, then the legislatiue shall so arrange the councillor districts 
that each district shall consist of five contiguous senatorial districts, as 
they shall be, from time to time, established by the legislature. No 
person shall be eligible to the office of councillor who has not been Eligibility 
an inhabitant of the commonwealth for the term of five years im- " ° ' 
mediately preceding his election. The day and manner of the election. Day and man- 
the return of the votes, and the declaration of the said elections, shall °J^^'' °f «'''=="""• 
be the same as are required in the election of governor. [Whenever 
there shall be a failure to elect the full number of councillors, the va- vacancies, how 
cancies shall be filled in the same manner as is required for filling po^ng^ ^o- 
vacancies in the senate; and vacancies occasioned by death, removal vision as to 
from the state, or otherwise, shall be filled in like manner, as soon Amendments, 
as may be after such vacancies shall have happened.] And that there organization 
may be no delay in the organization of the government on the first of government. 
Wednesday of January, the governor, with at least five councillors for 
the time being, shall, as soon as may be, examine the returned copies 
of the records for the election of governor, lieutenant-governor, and 
councillors; and ten days before the said first Wednesday in January 
he shall issue his summons to such persons as appear to be chosen, 
to attend on that day to be qualified accordingly; and the secretary 
shall lay the retiuns before the senate and house of representatives * 
on the said first Wednesday in January, to be by them examined; 
and in case of the election of either of said officers, the choice shall 
be by them declared and published; but in case there shall be no 
election of either of said officers, the legislature shall proceed to fill 
such vacancies in the manner provided in the constitution for the 
choice of such officers. 

Art. XVII. The secretary, treasurer and receiver-general, auditor, Election of 

secretary, 
treasurer, 
auditor, and 
attorney-gen- 

as such, duly qualified in other respects, shall hold his office for the "^^ \y "''= 
term of [one year] from the third Wednesday in January next thereafter. For election 
and until another is chosen and qualified in his stead. The qualification serAmend-"'"" 
of the voters, the manner of the election, the return of the votes, and "xiv,' §Y 
the declaration of the election, shall be such as are required in the 
election of governor. In case of a failure to elect either of said officers 
on the day in November aforesaid, or in case of the decease in the 
mean time of the person elected as such, such officer shall be chosen 
on or before the third W^ednesday in January next thereafter from the 
two persons who had the highest number of votes for said offices on 
the day in November aforesaid, by joint ballot of the senators and 



CONSTITUTION OF MASSACHUSETTS. 



To qualify 
within ten 
days, other- 
wise office to be 
deemed vacant. 



School money 
not to be ap- 
plied for secta- 
rian schools. 
12 Allen, 500, 
508. 

103 Mass. 94, 
96. 

For original 
provision as to 
schools, see 
Dec. of Rights, 
Art. III. 



Legislature to 
prescribe for 
election of 
sheriffs, regis- 
ters of probate, 

13 Gray, 71. 
llGMasB. 172, 
117 Mass. 599, 
603. 



Reading consti- 
tution in 
English and 
writing, neces- 
sary qualifica- 
tions of voters. 
Proviso. 
159 Mass. 413. 
For other quali- 
fications, see 
Amendments, 
Arts. Ill, 
XXVIII, XXX, 
XXXI, XXXII, 
XL. 



Census of 
voters and 
inhabitants. 
P. S. c. 31. 
7 Mass. 523. 
220 Mass. 609. 
Op. A. G. 
(1920) 92. 



House of repre- 
sentatives to 
consist of 240 
members. 



representatives in one room; and in case the ofBce of secretary, or 
treasurer and receiver-general, or auditor, or attorney-general, shall 
become vacant from any cause during an annual or special session 
of the general court, such vacancy shall in like manner be filled by 
choice from the people at large; but if such vacancy shall occur at any 
other time, it shall be supplied by the governor by appointment, with 
the advice and consent of the council. The person so chosen or ap- 
pointed, duly qualified in other respects, shall hold his office until his 
successor is chosen and duly qualified in his stead. In case any person 
chosen or appointed to either of the offices aforesaid, shall neglect, for 
the space of ten days after he could otherwise enter upon his duties, 
to qualify himself in all respects to enter upon the discharge of such 
duties, the office to which he has been elected or appointed shall be 
deemed vacant. No person shall be eligible to either of said offices 
unless he shall have been an inhabitant of this commonwealth five 
years next preceding his election or appointment. 

Art. XVIII. [All moneys raised by taxation in the towns and cities 
for the support of public schools, and all moneys which may be ap- 
propriated by the state for the support of common schools, shall be 
applied to, and expended in, no other schools than those which are 
conducted according to law, under the order and superintendence of 
the authorities of the town or city in which the money is to be expended; 
and such moneys shall never be appropriated to any religious sect for 
the maintenance exclusively of its own schools.] 

This article superseded by Amendments, Art. XLVI. 

Art. XIX. The legislature shall prescribe, by general law, for the 
election of sheriffs, registers of probate, [commissioners of insolvency,] 
and clerks of the courts, by the people of the several counties, and that 
district-attorneys shall be chosen by the people of the several districts, 
for such term of office as the legislature shall prescribe. 

121 Mass. 65. Op. A. G. (1917) 24. See Amendments, Art. XXXVI. 

Art. XX. No person shall have the right to vote, or be eligible to 
office under the constitution of this commonwealth, who shall not be 
able to read the constitution in the English language, and write his 
name : — provided, however, that the provisions of this amendment shall 
not apply to any person prevented by a physical disability from com- 
plying with its requisitions, nor to any person who now has the right 
to vote, nor to any persons who shall be sixty years of age or upwards 
at the time this amendment shall take effect. 

See also Amendments, Art. XXIII, which was annulled by Amendments, Art. XXVI. 

Art. XXI. A census of the legal voters of each city and town, on 
the first day of May, shall be taken and returned into the office of the 
secretary of the commonwealth, on or before the last day of June, in 
the year one thousand eight hundred and fifty-seven; and a census of 
the inhabitants of each city and town, in the year one thousand eight 
hundred and sixty-five, and of every tenth year thereafter. In the 
census aforesaid, a special enumeration shall be made of the legal voters; 
and in each city, said enumeration shall specify the number of such 
legal voters aforesaid, residing in each ward of such city. The enu- 
meration aforesaid shall determine the apportionment of representatives 
for the periods between the taking of the census. The house of repre- 
sentatives shall consist of two hundred and forty members, which shall 



CONSTITUTION OF MASSACHUSETTS. XCV 

be apportioned, by the legislature, at its first session after the return of Legislature to 

1 . p'li 1 • PI apportion, etc. 

each enumeration as aioresaid, to the several counties of the common- lo Gray, eia. 
wealth, equally, as nearly as may be, according to their relative numbers 
of legal voters, as ascertained by the next preceding special enumeration ; 
and the town of Cohasset, in the county of Norfolk, shall, for this pur- 
pose, as Mell as in the formation of district.s, as hereinafter provided, 
be considered a part of the county of Plymouth ; and it shall be the duty Secretary shaii 
of tlie secretary of the commonwealth, to certify, as soon as may be cers'autho?i^«i 
after it is determined by the legislature, the number of representatives counties^ 
to which each county shall be entitled, to the board authorized to divide 
each county into representative districts. The mayor and aldermen of °'™,-°°°' 
the city of Boston, the county commissioners of other counties than locray, eis. 
Suffolk, — or in lieu of the mayor and aldermen of the city of Boston, 225 Mass! 55," 
or of the county commissioners in each county other than Suffolk, such ' 
board of special commissioners in each county, to be elected by the 
people of the county, or of tlie towns therein, as may for that purpose 
be provided by law, shall, on the first Tuesday of August next after each 
assignment of representatives to each county, assemble at a shire town 
of their respective counties, and proceed, as soon as may be, to divide 
the same into representative districts of contiguous territory, so as to 
apportion the representation assigned to each county equally, as nearly 
as may be, according to the relative number of legal voters in the sev- 
eral districts of each county; and such districts shall be so formed that 
no town or ward of a city shall be divided therefor, nor shall any district 
be made which shall be entitled to elect more than three representatives. 
Every representati^'e, for one year at least next preceding his election. Qualifications 
shall have been an inhabitant of the district for which he is chosen, and tiv^^"'''^"'''" 
shall cease to represent such district wlien he shall cease to be an inhab- ^^" '^'*^'' '*'■ 
itant of the commonwealth. The districts in each county shall be num- Districts to be 
bered by the board creating the same, and a description of each, with described and 
the numbers thereof and the number of legal voters therein, shall be '='="'^^- 
returned by the board, to the secretary of the commonwealth, the 
county treasurer of each county, and to the clerk of every town in 
each district, to be filed and kept in their respective offices. The 
manner of calling and conducting the meetings for the choice of rep- 
resentatives, and of ascertaining theu* election, shall be prescribed by 
law. [Not less than one hundred members of the house of representa- Quorum. 
tives shall constitute a quorum for doing business; but a less number me'n'ts™.™t." 
may organize temporarily, adjourn from day to day, and compel the ^•^-^"•• 
attendance of absent members.] 

Art. XXII. A census of the legal voters of each city and town, on Census, etc. 
the first day of May, shall be taken and retiuned into the office of the 7 Mass^Ms^'' 
secretary of the commonwealth, on or before the last day of June, in 220 Mass.' 609I 
the year one thousand eight hundred and fifty-seven; and a census of ^^■20)92 
the inhabitants of each city and town, in the year one thousand eight 
hundred and sixty-five, and of every tenth year thereafter. In the Voters to be 
census aforesaid, a special enumeration shall be made of the legal voters, tionment 0?°"^" 
and in each city said enumeration shall specify the number of such ^'"''"■°^- 
legal voters aforesaid, residing in each ward of such city. The enu- 
meration aforesaid shall determine the ajiportionment of senators for 
the periods between the taking of the census. The senate shall consist l^^^f j'g ''°°" 
of forty members. The general court shall, at its first session after members. 
each next preceding special enumeration, divide the commonwealth 



CONSTITUTION OF MASSACHUSETTS. 



Quorum. 
See Amend- 
ments. Art. 
XXXIH. 



Residence of 
two years re- 
qmred of natu- 
ralized citizens, 
to entitle to 
suffrage or 
make eligible 
to office. 
This article 
annulled by 
Amendments, 
Art. XXVI. 



Amendments, 
Art. XXIII, 
annulled. 



Officers of 
Harvard 
College may be 
elected mem- 
bers of the 
general court. 

Persons having 
served in the 
U. S. army or 
navy, etc., not 
to be disquali- 
fied from vot- 
ing, etc. 



into forty districts of adjacent territory, each district to contain, as nearly 
as may be, an equal number of legal voters, according to the enumera- 
tion aforesaid: — provided, however, that no town or ward of a city shall 
be divided therefor; and such districts shall be formed, as nearly as 
may be, without uniting two counties, or parts of two or more counties, 
into one district. Each district shall elect one senator, who shall have 
been an inhabitant of this commonwealth five years at least immediately 
preceding his election, and at the time of his election shall be an in- 
habitant of the district for which he is chosen; and he shall cease to 
represent such senatorial district when he shall cease to be an inliab- 
itant of the commonwealth. [Not less than sixteen senators shall 
constitute a quorum for doing business; but a less number may organize 
temporarily, adjourn from day to day, and compel the attendance of 
absent members.] 

Art. XXIII. [No person of foreign birth shall be entitled to vote, 
or shall be eligible to office, unless he shall have resided within the 
jurisdiction of the United States for two years subsequent to his nat- 
uralization, and shall be otherwise qualified, according to the constitu- 
tion and laws of this commonwealth: provided, that this amendment 
shall not affect the rights which any person of foreign birth possessed 
at the time of the adoption thereof; and, provided, further, that it shall 
not affect the rights of any child of a citizen of the United States, born 
during the temporary absence of the parent therefrom.] 

Art. XXIV. Any vacancy in the senate shall be filled by election 
by the people of the unrepresented district, upon the order of a majority 
of senators elected. 

Art. XXV. In case of a vacancy in the council, from a failure of 
election or other cause, the senate and house of representatives shall, 
by concurrent vote, choose some eligible person from the people of 
the district wherein such vacancy occurs, to fill that office. If such 
vacancy shall happen when the legislature is not in session, the governor, 
with the advice and consent of the council, may fill the same by ap- 
pointment of some eligible person. 

Art. XXVI. The twenty-third article of the articles of amendment 
of the constitution of this commonwealth, which is as follows, to wit: — 
" No person of foreign birth shall be entitled to vote, or shall be eligible 
to office, unless he shall have resided within the jurisdiction of the 
United States, for two years subsequent to his naturalization, and shall 
be otherwise qualified according to the constitution and laws of this 
commonwealth: provided, that this amendment shall not affect the 
rights which any person of foreign birth possessed at the time of the 
adoption thereof; and provided, further, that it shall not affect the rights 
of any child of a citizen of the United States, born during the temporary 
absence of the parent therefrom," is hereby wholly annulled. 

Art. XXVII. So much of article two of chapter six of the consti- 
tution of this commonwealth as relates to persons holding the office 
of president, professor or instructor of Harvard College is hereby 
annulled. 

Art. XXVIII. No person having served in the army or navy of the 
United States in time of war, and having been honorably discharged 
from such service, if otherwise qualified to vote, shall be disqualified 
therefor on account of [being a pauper;] or [, if a pauper,] because of 

the non-payment of a poll tax. Superseded by Amendments, Art. XXXI. 



CONSTITUTION OF MASSACHUSETTS. XCvii 

Art. XXIX. The general court shall have full power and authority voting pre- 
to provide for the inhabitants of the towns in this commonwealth 229 Mass'Toi'' 
more than one place of public meeting within the limits of each town For absentee 
for the election of officers under the constitution, and to prescribe the ^on°see™^' 
manner of calling, holding and conducting such meetings. All the a?J*^xlv°'^' 
provisions of the existing constitution inconsistent with the provisions 
herein contained are hereby annulled. 

Art. XXX. No person, otherwise qualified to vote in elections for Voters not dia- 
go^'ernor, lieutenant-governor, senators, and representatives, shall, by ^e^'dn^'f''^ 
reason of a change of residence within the commonwealth, be disqualified den?! unti?s^ix 
from voting for said officers in the city or town from which he has months from 
removed his residence, until the expiration of six calendar months removal. 
from the time of such removal. p. . . . 

For absentee voting provision, see Amendments, Art. XLV. 

Art. XXXI. Article twenty-eight of the amendments of the con- Amendments. 
stitution is hereby amended by striking out in the fourth line thereof amen'd^^ '"' 
the words "being a pauper", and inserting in place thereof the words: 
— receiving or having received aid from any city or town, — and also 
by striking out in said fourth line the words "if a pauper", so that 
the article as amended shall read as follows: Article XXVIII. No Person who 
person having served in the army or navy of the United States in time o7navy°ete™^ 
of war, and haA'ing been honorably discharged from such service, if "rom'voting^''^ 
otherwise qualified to vote, shall be disqualified therefor on account of '^'''■ 
receiving or having received aid from any city or town, or because 
of the non-payment of a poll tax. 

Art. XXXII. So much of article three of the amendments of the Provisions of 
constitution of the commonwealth as is contained in the following A™''iu"reia- 
words: "and who shall have paid, by himself, or his parent, master, or t'^etopay- 

.. 1 • 1 1 n • 1 * mentofatax 

guardian, any state or county tax, which shall, within two years next asa.yoting 

.. ^iij.- 1 1 1 1 • . quanfication, 

preceding such election, have been assessed upon him, m any town or annulled. 
district of this commonwealth; and also every citizen who shall be, 
by law, exempted from taxation, and who shall be, in all other respects, 
qualified as above mentioned", is hereby annulled. 

Art. XXXIII. A majority of the members of each branch of the gen- Quorum, in 
eral court shall constitute a quorum for the transaction of business, but general tou^?' 
a less number may adjourn from day to day, and compel the attend- ^a'^SJit^'of' 
ance of absent members. All the provisions of the existing constitution members, 
inconsistent with the provisions herein contained are hereby annulled. 

Art. XXXIV. So much of article two of section one of chapter two Provisions of 
of part the second of the constitution of the commonwealth as is con- frsectS*!""' 
tained in the following words : " and unless he shall at the same time, ^eMw to 
be seised in his own right, of a freehold within the commonwealth of EeatioTof'"ov- 
the value of one thousand pounds"; is hereby annulled. emor, annulled 

Art. XXXV. So much of article two of section three of chapter one Provisions of 
of the constitution of the commonwealth as is contained in the following f°ct'"in^^^' '' 
words: " The expenses of travelling to the general assembly, and return- ^Jitwe to 
ing home, once in every session, and no more, shall be paid by the trTveifin" to 
government, out of the public treasury, to every member who shall the general 
attend as seasonably as he can, in the judgment of the house, and does members of the 
not depart without leave ", is hereby annulled. ouse,annu 

Art. XXXVI. So much of article nineteen of the articles of amend- An^xiT"'^' 
ment to the constitution of the commonwealth as is contained in the amended.' 
following Mords "commissioners of insolvency", is hereby annulled. 



CONSTITUTION OF MASSACHUSETTS. 



Voting 

machines may 
be used at 
elections. 
196 Mass. 410. 
1 Op. A. G. 602. 

Powers of 
legislature 
relative to the 
taking of land, 
etc., for 
widening or 
relocating 
highways, etc. 

Proviso. 



Amendments, 
Art. Ill, 
amended. 



Taxation of 
wild or forest 
lands. 



Referendum. 
This article 
superseded by 
Amendments, 
Art. XLVIII, 
and annulled 
by Id,, General 
Provisions, 
VIII. 



Powers of 
general court 
relative to the 
taking of land, 
etc., to relieve 
congestion of 
population 
and to provide 
homes lor 
citizens. 



General court 
may provide 
for taxing 
incomes. 

226 Mass. 268. 

227 Mass. 522. 
234 Mass. 42. 
Op. A. 0. 
(1920) 208. 



Art. XXXVII. The governor, with the consent of the council, may 
remove justices of the peace and notaries public. 

Art. XXXVIII. Voting machines or other mechanical devices for 
voting may be used at all elections under such regulations as may be 
prescribed by law: provided, however, that the right of secret voting 

shall be preserved. For compulsory voting, see Amendments, Art. LXI. 

Art. XXXIX. Article ten of part one of the con.stitution is hereby 
amended by adding to it the following words : — The legislature may 
by special acts for the purpose of laying out, widening or relocating 
highways or streets, authorize the taking in fee by the commonwealth, 
or by a county, city or town, of more land and property than are needed 
for the actual construction of such highway or street : provided, however, 
that the land and property authorized to be taken are specified in the 
act and are no more in extent than would be sufficient for suitable 
building lots on both sides of such highway or street, and after so much 
of the land or property has been appropriated for such highway or 
street as is needed therefor, may authorize the sale of the remainder 
for value with or without suitable restrictions. 

Art. XL. Article three of the amendments to the constitution is 
hereby amended by inserting after the word "guardianship", in line 
two, the following: — and persons temporarily or permanently dis- 
qualified by law because of corrupt practices in respect to elections. 

Art. XLI. Full power and authority are hereby given and granted 
to the general court to prescribe for wild or forest lands such methods 
of taxation as will develop and conserve the forest resources of the 
commonwealth. 

Art. XLII. [Full power and authority are hereby given and granted 
to the general court to refer to the people for their rejection or approval 
at the polls any act or resolve of the general court or any part or parts 
thereof. Such reference shall be by a majority yea and nay vote of all 
members of each house present and voting. Any act, resolve, or part 
thereof so referred shall be voted on at the regular state election next 
ensuing after such reference, shall become law if approved by a majority 
of the voters voting thereon, and shall take effect at the expiration of 
thirty days after the election at which it was approved or at such time 
after the expiration of the said thirty days as may be fixed in such act, 
resolve or part thereof.] 

Art. XLIII. The general court shall have power to authorize the 
commonwealth to take land and to hold, improve, sub-divide, build 
upon and sell the same, for the purpose of relieving congestion of pop- 
ulation and providing homes for citizens: provided, however, that this 
amendment shall not be deemed to authorize the sale of such land or 
buildings at less than the cost thereof. 

4 Op. A. G. 516. Op. A. G. (1920) 241. 

Art. XLIV. Full power and authority are hereby given and granted 
to the general court to impose and levy a tax on income in the manner 
hereinafter provided. Such tax may be at different rates upon income 
derived from different classes of property, but shall be levied at a uni- 
form rate throughout the commonwealth upon incomes derived from 
the same class of property. The general court may tax income not de- 
rived from property at a lower rate than income derived from property, 
and may grant reasonable exemptions and abatements. Any class of 
property the income from which is taxed under the provisions of this 



CONSTITUTION OF MASSACHUSETTS. XCIX 

article may be exempted from the imposition and levying of propor- 
tional and reasonable assessments, rates and taxes as at present author- 
ized by the constitution. This article shall not be construed to limit 
the power of the general court to impose and levy reasonable duties 
and excises. 

Art. XLV. The general court shall have power to provide by law General court 
for voting by qualified voters of the commonwealth who, at the time Sr aKtee* 
of an election, are absent from the city or town of which they are in- 10'°^^ g 552 
habitants in the choice of any officer to be elected or upon any question 

submitted at such election. For compulsory voting, see Amendments, Art. LXI. 

Art. XLVI. (In place of and substitution for article XVIII substitute for 
of the articles of amendment of the constitution.) Article XVIII. An.xvni/' 
Section 1. No law shall be passed prohibiting the free exercise of f^|^^ 
religion. 

Section 2. All moneys raised by taxation in the towns and cities Public money 
for the support of public schools, and all moneys which may be ap- pended^'o"^d 
propriated by the commonwealth for the support of common schools whony'un°der°' 
shall be applied to, and expended in, no other schools than those which S^j'^'and*'"''" 
are conducted according to law, under the order and superintendence control, etc. 
of the authorities of the town or city in which the money is expended; 179 Mass. 571. 
and no grant, appropriation or use of public money or property or iop.a^g.^3i9, 
loan of public cretlit shall be made or authorized by the commonwealth I'op^a'.g. "s, 
or any political division thereof for the purpo.se of founding, maintain- 1"^ ^ q j-3 
ing or aiding any school or institution of learning, whether under public ^^p ^ g 
control or otherwise, wherein any denominational doctrine is inculcated, Op. a. g.' 
or any other school, or any college, infirmary, hospital, institution, or 102. ' ' 
educational, charitable or religious undertaking which is not publicly (1920) 100, 116. 
owned and under the exclusive control, order and superintendence of 
public officers or public agents authorized by the commonwealth or 
federal authority or both, except that appropriations may be made Exceptions, 
for the maintenance and support of the Soldiers' Home in IMassachu- 
setts and for free public libraries in any city or town, and to carry out 
legal obligations, if any, already entered into; and no such grant, ap- Credit of the 
I)ropriation or use of public money or property or loan of public credit weauh'°' 
shall be made or authorized for the purpose of founding, maintaining Amendments 
or aiding any church, religious denomination or society. Art. lxii, §'i. 

Section 3. Nothing herein contained shall be construed to prevent Care or sup- 
the commonwealth, or any political division thereof, from paying to hospifaiTeTc.? 
privately controlled hospitals, infirmaries, or institutions for the deaf, who"re"^ubiio 
dumb or blind not more than the ordinary and reasonable compensa- charges. 
tion for care or support actually rendered or furnished by such hos- 
pitals, infirmaries or institutions to such persons as may be in whole 
or in part unable to support or care for themselves. 

Section 4. Nothing herein contained shall be construed to deprive inmates of cer- 
any inmate of a publicly controlled reformatory, penal or charitable tfdSs no't'to 
institution of the opportunity of religious exercises therein of his own oFrtlfTous^'ex- 
faith; but no inmate of such institution shall be compelled to attend ercises ot their 
religious services or receive religious instruction against his will, or, if compelled to 
a minor, without the consent of his parent or guardian. ttc^" servnces. 

Section 5. This amendment shall not take effect until the October Time of 
first next succeeding its ratification and adoption by the people. '""""^ ^^'"^^' 

This amendment not to be the subject of an initiative amendment. See Amendments, Art. XLVIII, 
The Initiative, II, § 2. 



CONSTITUTION OF MASSACHUSETTS. 



General court 
may provide 
for distribution 
of food, etc., 
in time of 
war, etc., by 
the common- 
wealth, cities 
and towns. 
Op. A. G. 
(1918) 29. 



Art. XLVII. The maintenance and distribution at reasonable rates, 
during time of war, public exigency, emergency or distress, of a sufficient 
supply of food and other common necessaries of life and the providing 
of shelter, are public functions, and the commonwealth and the cities 
and towns therein may take and may provide the same for their inhab- 
itants in such manner as the general court shall determine. 



Initiative and 

referendum, 

definition. 



Art. XLVIII. 

/. Definition. 

Legislative power shall continue to be vested in the general court; 
but the people reserve to themselves the popular initiative, which is 
the power of a specified number of voters to submit constitutional 
amendments and laws to the people for approval or rejection; and the 
popular referendum, which is the power of a specified number of voters 
to submit laws, enacted by the general court, to the people for their 
ratification or rejection. 



Contents 
of initiative 
petition. 



Certain mat- 
ters shall not 
be proposed 
by initiative 
petition. 



Duty of gen- 
eral court to 
carry out law 
approved 
by the people. 



Anti-aid 
amendment, 
so-called (Art. 
XLVI), not 
to be subject 
of initiative 
amendment. 
Certain indi- 
vidu.ll rights 
not to be 
subject of 
initiative or 
referendum 
petition. 



Further 
excluded 
matters. 



The Initiative. 
//. Initiative Petitions. 

Section 1. Contents. — An initiative petition shall set forth the full 
text of the constitutional amendment or law, hereinafter designated 
as the measure, which is proposed by the petition. 

Section 2. Excluded Matters. — No measiu-e that relates to religion, 
religious practices or religious institutions; or to the appointment, 
qualification, tenure, removal, recall or compensation of judges; or 
to the reversal of a judicial decision; or to the powers, creation or 
abolition of courts; or the operation of which is restricted to a par- 
ticular town, city or other political division or to particular districts 
or localities of the commonwealth ; or that makes a specific appropria- 
tion of money from the treasury of the commonwealth, shall be proposed 
by an initiative petition; but if a law approved by the people is not 
repealed, the general coiu-t shall raise by taxation or otherwise and shall 
appropriate such money as may be necessary to carry such law into 
effect. 

Neither the eighteenth amendment of the constitution, as approved 
and ratified to take effect on the first day of October in the year nine- 
teen hundred and eighteen, nor this provision for its protection, shall 
be the subject of an initiative amendment. 

No proposition inconsistent with any one of the following rights of 
the individual, as at present declared in the declaration of rights, shall 
be the subject of an initiative or referendum petition: The right to 
receive compensation for pri\-ate property appropriated to public use; 
the right of access to and protection in coiu-ts of justice; the right of 
trial by jury; protection from unreasonable search, unreasonable bail 
and the law martial; freedom of the press; freedom of speech; freedom 
of elections; and the right of peaceable assembly. 

No part of the constitution specifically excluding any matter from 
the operation of the popular initiative and referendum shall be the 
subject of an initiative petition; nor shall this section be the subject 
of such a petition. 



CONSTITUTION OF MASSACHUSETTS. O 

The limitations on the legislative power of the general court in the Certain 
constitution shall extend to the legislative power of the people as exer- iSationB 
cised hereunder. extended. 

Section 3. Mode of Originating. — Such petition shall first be signed [jon'^mode'of'' 
by ten qualified voters of the commonwealth and shall then be sub- originating, 
mitted to the attorney-general, and if he shall certify that the measure 
is in proper form for submission to the people, and that it is not, either , 

affirmatively or negatively, substantially the same as any measure 
which has been qualified for submission or submitted to the people 
within three years of the succeeding first Wednesday in December and 
that it contains only subjects not excluded from the popular initiative 
and which are related or which are mutually dependent, it may then 
be filed with the secretary of the commonwealth. The secretary of fh™*^"' 
the commonwealth shall provide blanks for the use of subsequent wealth to fur- 
signers, and shall print at the top of each blank a description of the forms, etc. 
proposed measure as such description will appear on the ballot to- 
gether with the names and residences of the first ten signers. All 
initiative petitions, with the first ten signatures attached, shall be Time of eiing 
filed with the secretary of the commonwealth not earlier than the first petitions. 
Wednesday of the September before the assembling of the general 
court into which they are to be introduced, and the remainder of the 
required signatures shall be filed not later than the first Wednesday 
of the following December. 

Section 4. Transmission to the General Court. — If an initiative Transmission 
petition, signed by the required number of qualified voters, has been measu^rt^o the 
filed as aforesaid, the secretary of the commonwealth shall, upon the e^nerai court, 
assembling of the general court, transmit it to the clerk of the house of 
representatives, and the proposed measure shall then be deemed to be 
introduced and pending. 

///. Legislative Action. General Provisions. 

Section 1. Reference to Committee. — If a measure is introduced [^"[j,^™^.! '" 
into the general court by initiative petition, it shall be referred to a committee and 
committee thereof, and the petitioners and all parties in interest shall 
be heard, and the measure shall be considered and reported upon to 
the general court with the committee's recommendations, and the 
reasons therefor, in writing. Majority and minority reports shall be 
signed by the members of said committee. 

Section 2. Legislative Substitutes. — The general court may, by Legislative 
resolution pjissed by yea and nay vote, either by the two houses sep- ,™'tfatlve^ '" 
arately, or in the case of a constitutional amendment by a majority of 
those voting thereon in joint session in each of two years as hereinafter 
provided, submit to the people a substitute for any measure intro- 
duced by initiative petition, such substitute to be designated on the 
ballot as the legislative substitute for such an initiative measure and 
to be grouped with it as an alternative therefor. 

IV. Legislative Action on Proposed Constitutional Amendments. 
Section 1. Definition. — A proposal for amendment to the consti- Pefimtionof 

1 • I ..... . . 11,, mitiative 

tution introduced into the general court by initiative petition shall be amendment 
designated an initiative amendment, and an amendment introduced substitute. 



CONSTITUTION OF MASSACHUSETTS. 



Joint session 
to consider 
amendment to 
the constitu- 
tion. 



When governor 
shall call joint 



Proposed 
amendment 
to the consti- 
tution, form 
in which to be 
voted upon. 



Final legisla- 
tive action to 
be taken by 
yeas and nays. 



Reference to 
next general 
court. 



Submission of 
legislative 
amendment, 
etc., to the 

226 Mass. 607. 
3 0p. A.G..3T0. 



When 
amendment 
becomes part 
of the con- 
stitution. 



by a member of either house shall he designated a legislative sub- 
stitute or a legislative amendment. 

Section 2. Joint Session. — If a proposal for a specific amend- 
ment of the constitution is introduced into the general court by initi- 
ative petition signed by not less than twenty-five thousand qualified 
voters, or if in case of a proposal for amendment introduced into the 
general court by a member of either house, consideration thereof in 
joint session is called for by vote of either house, such proposal shall, 
not later than the second Wednesday in June, be laid before a joint 
session of the two houses, at which the president of the senate shall 
preside; and if the two houses fail to agree upon a time for holding any 
joint session hereby required, or fail to continue the same from time 
to time until final action has been taken upon all amendments pending, 
the governor shall call such joint session or continuance thereof. 

Section .3. Amendment of Proposed Amendments. — A proposal for 
an amendment to the constitution introduced by initiative petition 
shall be voted upon in the form in which it was introduced, unless such 
amendment is amended by vote of three-fourths of the members voting 
thereon in joint session, which vote shall be taken by call of the yeas 
and najs if called for by any member. 

Section 4. Legislative Action. — Final legislative action in the 
joint session upon any amendment shall be taken only by call of the 
yeas and nays, which shall be entered upon the journals of the two 
houses;- and an unfavorable vote at any stage preceding final action 
shall be verified by call of the yeas and nays, to be entered in like 
manner. At such joint session a legislative amendment receiving the 
affirmative votes of a majority of all the members elected, or an initi- 
ative amendment receiving the affirmative votes of not less than one- 
fourth of all the members elected, shall be referred to the next general 
court. 

Section 5. Submission to the People. — If in the next general court 
a legislative amendment shall again be agreed to in joint session by a 
majority of all the members elected, or if an initiative amendment or a 
legislative substitute shall again receive the affirmative votes of at least 
one-fourth of all the members elected, such fact shall be certified by 
the clerk of such joint session to the secretary of the commonwealth, 
who shall submit the amendment to the people at the next state elec- 
tion. Such amendment shall become part of the constitution if ap- 
proved, in the case of a legislative amendment, by a majority of the 
voters voting thereon, or if approved, in the case of an initiative amend- 
ment or a legislative substitute, by voters equal in number to at least 
thirty per cent of the total number of ballots cast at such state election 
and also by a majority of the voters voting on such amendment. 



Legislative 

Erocedure on 
iw proposed 
by initiative 
petition, etc. 



V. Legislative Action on Proposed Laws. 

Section 1. Legislative Procedure. — If an initiative petition for a 
law is introduced into the general coiu-t, signed by not less than twenty 
thousand qualified voters, a vote shall be taken by yeas and nays in 
both houses before the first Wednesday of June upon the enactment 
of such law in the form in which it stands in such petition. If the 
general court fails to enact such law before the first Wednesday of 
June, and if such petition is completed by filing with the secretary of 



CONSTITUTION OF MASSACHUSETTS. 

the commonwealth, not earher than the first Wednesday of the follow- 
ing July nor later than the first Wednesday of the following August, 
not less than five thousand signatm-es of qualified voters, in addition 
to those signing such initiative petition, which signatures must have 
been obtained after the first Wednesday of June aforesaid, then the 
secretary of the commonwealth shall submit such proposed law to the 
people at the next state election. If it shall be approved by voters whe 
equal in number to at least thirty per cent of the total number of ballots andTakef " 
cast at such state election and also by a majority of the voters voting ^''''""• 
on such law, it shall become law, and shall take eft'ect in thirty days 
after such state election or at such time after such election as may be 
provided in such law. 

Section 2. Amendment by Petitioners.- — If the general com-t fails Amendment 
to pass a proposed law before the first Wednesday of June, a majority fiw Cy pe*!! 
of the first ten signers of the initiative petition therefor shall have the siZTi^sston of 
right, subject to certification by the attorney-general filed as herein- °;,o^^,"b*° 
after provifled, to amend the measure which is the subject of such secretary of 
petition. An amendment so made shall not invalidate any signature weaul™"""' 
attached to the petition. If the measure so amended, signed by a 
majority of the first ten signers, is filed with the secretary of the com- 
monwealth before the first Wednesday of the following July, together 
with a certificate signed by the attorney-general to the effect that the 
amendment made by such proposers is in his opinion perfecting in its 
nature and does not materially change the substance of the measure, 
and if such petition is completed by filing with the secretary of the 
commonwealth, not earlier than the first Wednesday of the following 
July nor later than the first Wednesday of the following August, not 
less than five thousand signatures of qualified voters, in addition to 
those signing such initiative petition, which signatures must have been 
obtained after the first Wednesday of June aforesaid, then the secretary 
of the commonwealth shall submit the measure to the people in its 
amended form. 

VI. Conflicting and Alternative Measures. 

If in any judicial proceeding, provisions of constitutional amendments Conflicting 
or of laws approved by the people at the same election are held to be melsill-es?""^ 
in conflict, then the provisions contained in the measure that received r^''vcm''when 
the largest number of affirmative votes at such election shall govern, approved by 

A constitutional amendment approved at any election shall govern 
any law approved at the same election. 

The general com-t, by resolution passed as hereinbefore set forth. General court 
may provide for grouping and designating upon the ballot as conflicting "of group^nl. 
measures or as alternative measures, only one of which is to be adopted, b'aubt'.''™ **"* 
any two or more proposed constitutional amendments or laws which 
have been or may be passed or qualified for submission to the people 
at any one election : provided, that a proposed constitutional amendment Proviso. 
and a proposed law shall not be so grouped, and that the ballot shall 
afford an opportimity to the voter to vote for each of the measm-es or 
for only one of the measures, as may be provided in said resolution, or 
against each of the measiu-es so grouped as conflicting or as alternative. 
In case more than one of the measures so grouped shall receive the vote Largest affirma- 
required for its approval as herein provided, only that one for which the prevail*'' '° 
largest affirmative vote was cast shall be deemed to be approved. 



CONSTITUTION OF MASSACHUSETTS. 



When laws 
passed by 
general court 
rake effect. 
Op. A. G. 
(1919) 78. 



The Referendutm. 

/. When Statutes shall take Effect. 

No law passed by the general court shall take effect earlier than 
ninety days after it has become a law, excepting laws declared to be 
emergency laws and laws which may not be made the subject of a 
referendum petition, as herein provided. Op. a. g. (1920) 194, 199. 



Emergency 
law to contain 
preamble. 
236 Mass. 46.3. 



How governor 
may cause 
certain laws 
to take effect 
forthwith. 



Exception. 



II. Emergency Measures. 

A law declared to be an emergency law shall contain a preamble 
setting forth the facts constituting the emergency, and shall contain 
the statement that such law is necessary for the immediate preserva- 
tion of the public peace, health, safety or convenience. A separate 
vote shall be taken on the preamble by call of the yeas and nays, which 
shall be recorded, and unless the preamble is adopted by two-thirds of 
the members of each house voting thereon, the law shall not be an 
emergency law; but if the governor, at any time before the election at 
which it is to be submitted to the people on referendum, files with 
the secretary of the commonwealth a statement declaring that in his 
opinion the immediate preservation of the public peace, health, safety 
or convenience requires that such law should take effect forthwith and 
that it is an emergency law and setting forth the facts constituting the 
emergency, then such law, if not previously suspended as hereinafter 
provided, shall take effect without suspension, or if such law has been 
so suspended such suspension shall thereupon terminate and such law 
shall thereupon take effect: but no grant of any franchise or amend- 
ment thereof, or renewal or extension thereof for more than one year 
shall be declared to be an emergency law. 



Contents of 

referendum 

petition. 

3 Op. A. G. 424. 

Certain mat- 
ters shall not 
be the subject 
of a referendum 
petition. 
Op. A. G. 
(1919) 78. 
Op. A. G. 
(1920) 194, 199. 



Mode of 
petitioning 
for the sus- 

f)eiision of a 
aw and a 
referendum 
thereon. 
233 Mass. 543. 

Duties of the 
secretary of 



III. Referendum Petitions. 

Section 1. Contents. — ^ referendum petition may ask for a refer- 
endum to the people upon any law enacted by the general court which 
is not herein expressly excluded. Op. a. g. (1919) 95. 

Section 2. Excluded Matters. — No law that relates to religion, 
religious practices or religious institutions; or to the appointment, 
qualification, tenure, removal or compensation of judges; or to the 
powers, creation or abolition of courts; or the operation of which is 
restricted to a particular towm, city or other political division or to 
particular districts or localities of the commonwealth ; or that appropri- 
ates money for the current or ordinary expenses of the commonwealth 
or for any of its departments, boards, commissions or institutions shall 
be the subject of a referendum petition. 

Section 3. Mode of Petitioning for the Suspension of a Law and a 
Referendum thereon. — A petition asking for a referendum on a law,, 
and requesting that the operation of such law be suspended, shall first 
be signed by ten qualified voters and shall then be filed with the secre- 
tary of the commonwealth not later than thirty days after the law that 
is the subject of the petition has become law. The secretary of the 
commonwealth shall provide blanks for the use of subsequent signers, 
and shall print at the top of each blank a description of the proposed 
law as such description will appear on the ballot together with the 



suspension 
not 
asked for. 



CONSTITUTION OF MASSACHUSETTS. C^ 

names and residences of the first ten signers. If such petition is com- 
pleted by filing with the secretary of the comnioTiwealth not later than 
ninety days after the law which is the subject of the petition has become 
law the signatiu-es of not less than fifteen thousand qualified voters of 
the commonwealth, then the operation of such law shall be suspended, 
and the secretary of the commonwealth shall submit such law to the 
people at the next state election, if thirty days intervene between the 
date when such petition is filed with the secretary of the common- 
wealth and the date for holding such state election; if thirty days do 
not so intervene, then such law shall be submitted to the people at the 
next following state election, unless in the meantime it shall have been 
repealed; and if it shall be approved by a majority of the qualified ^°y fo"^''""" 
voters voting thereon, such law shall, subject to the provisions of the approval, etc 
constitution, take effect in thirty da\s after such election, or at such 
time after such election as may be provided in such law; if not so 
approved such law shall be null and void; but no such law shall be 
held to be disapproved if the negative vote is less than thirty per cent 
of the total number of ballots cast at such state election. 

Section 4. Petitions for Referendum on an Emergency Law or a Law Petition for 
the Suspension of which is not asked for. — A referendum petition may an emergen™ 
ask for the repeal of an emergency law or of a law which takes effect Ihes^sp.'^"^ 
because the referendum petition does not contain a request for sus- asked'foi 
pension, as aforesaid. Such petition shall first be signed by ten qual- 
ified voters of the commonwealth, and shall then be filed with the 
secretary of the commonwealth not later than thirty da>-s after the 
law which is the subject of the petition has become law. The secretary Duties of 
of the commonwealth shall pro\'ide blanks for the use of subsequent th"commSn- 
signers, and shall print at the top of each blank a description of the "^'''*''' ^"=- 
proposed law as such description will appear on the ballot together 
with the names and residences of the first ten signers. If such petition 
filed as aforesaid is completed by filing with the secretary of the com- 
monwealth not later than ninety days after the law which is the sub- 
ject of the petition has become law the signatures of not less than ten 
thousand qualified ^'oters of the commonwealth protesting against such 
law and asking for a referendum thereon, then the secretary of the 
commonwealth shall submit such law to the people at the next state 
election, if thirty days intervene between the date when such petition 
is filed with the secretary of the commonwealth and the date for holding 
such state election. If thirty days do not so intervene, then it shall 
be submitted to the people at the next following state election, unless 
in the meantime it shall have been repealed ; and if it shall not be ap- votea neces- 
proved by a majority of the qualified voters voting thereon, it shall, Ip'^rovai, etc. 
at the expiration of thirty days after such election, be thereby repealed; 
but no such law shall be held to be disapproved if the negative vote is 
less than thirty per cent of the total number of ballots cast at such 
state election. 

General Provisions. 

7. Identification and Certification of Signatures. 

Provision shall be made by law for the proper identification and and'clrtifira- 
certification of signatiu-es to the petitions hereinbefore referred to, and t'o" of ^igna- 
for penalties for signing any such petition, or refusing to sign it, for tions, etc 
money or other valuable consideration, and for the forgery of signa- 



Law to regu- 
late petitions 
circiilated for 
hire or reward. 



CONSTITUTION OF MASSACHUSETTS. 

tures thereto. Pending the passage of such legislation all provisions 
of law relating to the identification and certification of signatures to 
petitions for the nomination of candidates for state offices or to penalties 
for the forgery of such signatures shall apply to the signatures to the 
petitions herein referred to. The general court may provide by law 
that no co-jjartnership or corporation shall undertake for hire or reward 
to circulate petitions, may require individuals who circulate petitions 
for hire or reward to be licensed, and may make other reasonable regu- 
lations to prevent abuses arising from the circulation of petitions for 
hire or reward. 

//. Limitation on Signatures. 

Not more than one-fourth of the certified signatures on any petition 
shall be those of registered voters of any one county. 



Form of 
question on 
ballot, etc. 



III. Form of Ballot. 

Each proposed amendment to the constitution, and each law sub- 
mitted to the people, shall be described on the ballots by a description 
to be determined by the attorney-general, subject to such provision as 
may be made by law, and the secretary of the commonwealth shall 
give each question a number and cause such question, except as other- 
wise authorized herein, to be printed on the ballot in the following 
form : — 

In the case of an amendment to the constitution: Shall an amend- 
ment to the constitution (here insert description, and state, 
in distinctive type, whether appro\ed or disapproved by 
the general coiut, and by what vote thereon) be approved? 

In the case of a law: Shall a law (here insert description, and state, 
in distinctive type, whether approved or disapproved by 
the general court, and by what vote thereon) be approved? 



TES. 




NO. 





TES. 




NO. 





Certain in- 
formation for 
voters to be 
sent by 
secretary of 
thee 
wealth. 



IV. Information for Voters. 

The secretary of the commonwealth shall cause to be printed and 
sent to each registered voter in the commonwealth the full text of 
every measure to be submitted to the people, together with a copy of 
the legislative committee's majority and minority reports, if there 
be such, with the names of the majority and minority members thereon, 
a statement of the votes of the general court on the measure, and a 
description of the measure as such description will appear on the ballot; 
and shall, in such manner as may be provided by law, cause to be 
prepared and sent to the voters other information and arguments for 
and against the measure. 



T'. The Veto Power of tJie Governor. 
eift^ndto*cer- The vcto powcr of the governor shall not extend to measures approved 

tain measures. Jjy -^he pcOplc. 

T7. The General Court's Power of Repeal. 

Amendment Subjcct to the vcto powcr of the govemoF and to the right of ref- 

er repeal by erenduni by petition as herein provided, the general court may amend 
or repeal a law approved by the people. 



CONSTITUTION OF M.iSSACHUSETTS. 



VII. Amendment declared to be Self -executing. 



This article of amendment to the constitution is self -executing, but This amend- 



ent to be 



legislation not inconsistent with anything herein contained may be seif-exeeuting, 
enacted to facilitate the operation of its provisions. "'^' 

VIII. Articles IX and XLII of Amendments of the Constitution 
annulled. 

Article IX and Article XLII of the amendments of the constitution Amendments, 
are hereby annulled. _ XLii'a'nniiied. 

Art. XLIX. The conservation, development and utilization of the Conservation. 
agricultural, mineral, forest, water and other natural resources of the natural re- 
commonwealth are public uses, and the general court shall have power c°mmon°-' 
to provide for the taking, upon payment of just compensation therefor, wealth. 
of lands and easements or interests therein, including water and mineral 
rights, for the purpose of securing and promoting the proper conserva- 
tion, development, utilization and control thereof and to enact legisla- 
tion necessary or expedient therefor. 

Art. L. Advertising on public ways, in public places and on pri- i^^^'^lj™ J''' 
vate property within public view may be regulated and restricted by tjsing on pub- 
law, icwajs, ec. 

Art. LI. The preservation and maintenance of ancient landmarks General court 
and other property of historical or antiquarian interest is a public use, Sr ta^'ing"''' 
and the commonwealth and the cities and towns therein may, upon marks'etc"'^ 
payment of just compensation, take such property or any interest therein 
under such regulations as the general court may prescribe. 

Art. LII. The general court, by concurrent vote of the two houses, oenemi court 
may take a recess or recesses amounting to not more than thu-ty days; ^rlsli*'""' 
but no such recess shall extend beyond the sixtieth day from the date ' °p- ^- ^^- ^^■ 
of their first assembling. 

Art. LIII. Article X of Section I of Chapter II of the constitution, Certain articles 
the last two paragraphs of Article IV of the articles of amendment, ainSuld'amr 
relating to the appointment of a commissary general and the removal s^p^f^^ded. 
of militia officers, and Article V of the articles of amendment are hereby 
annulled, and the following is adopted in place thereof: Article X. navafoffice^ 
All military and naval officers shall be selected and appointed and how appointed 
may be removed in such manner as the general court may by law pre- etc. 
scribe, but no such officer shall be appointed unless he shall have passed i Op. a^g. 29; 
an examination prepared by a competent commission or shall have ^*'^' 
served one year in either the federal or state militia or in military 
service. All such officers who are entitled by law to receive commis- 
sions shall be commissioned by the governor. 

Art. LIV. Article VII of Section I of Chapter II of the constitu- Certain article 
tion is hereby annulled and the following is adopted in place thereof: annXd'and" 
Article VII. The general coiu-t shall provide bv law for the recruit- superseded 

, . J ... . , ^ , .. \ ,. . . ... Mihtary and 

ment, equipment, organization, training and discipline or the mihtary navai forces. 
and naval forces. The governor shall be the commander-in-chief et""" '"'" ' 
thereof, and shall have power to assemble the whole or any part of i^op'^A^G.^r-ig. 
them for training, instruction or parade, and to employ them for the 
suppression of rebellion, the repelling of invasion, and the enforcement 
of the laws. He may, as authorized by the general court, prescribe 
from time to time the organization of the military and naval forces 
and make regulations for their government. 



CONSTITUTION OF MASSACHUSETTS. 



Certain article 
of constitution 
annulled and 
superseded. 
Order of 
succession in 
office of 
governor, etc., 
in case of 
vacancy. 



general court 
of bill or 
resolve for 
amendment, 

215 Mass. 57. 
Op. A. G. 
(1919) 48. 



Amendments. 
Art. IV, 
amended. 
Women may 
be appointed 
notaries 
public, etc. 

Const., Chap. 
Ill, Art. 1, 
amended. 



Every charter, 
etc., subject to 
revocation, etc. 

Building zones 

in cities and 

towns. 

234 Mass. 597. 

Compulsory 
voting at 
elections. 



Common- 
wealth's credit 
not to be 
given to private 
enterprises. 
Op. A. G. 
(1920) 116. 
Common- 
wealth may 
borrow niouey 
for certain 
purposes. 



Two-thirds 
yea and nay 
vote of 
general court 
required to 
borrow money 
for any other 
purpose. 



Art. LV. Article VI of Section III of Chapter II of the constitution 
is hereby annulled and the following is adopted in place thereof: When- 
ever the offices of governor and lieutenant-governor shall both be va- 
cant, by reason of death, absence from the commonwealth, or otherwise, 
then one of the following officers, in the order of succession herein 
named, namely, the secretary, attorney-general, treasurer and receiver- 
general, and auditor, shall, during such vacancy, have full power and 
authority to do and execute all and every such acts, matters and things 
as the governor or the lieutenant-governor might or could lawfully do 
or execute, if they, or either of them, were personally present. 

Art. LVI. The governor, within five days after any bill or resolve 
shall have been laid before, him, shall have the right to return it to the 
branch of the general court in which it originated with a recommenda- 
tion that any amendment or amendments specified by him be made 
therein. Such bill or resolve shall thereupon be before the general 
court and subject to amendment and re-enactment. If such bill or 
resolve is re-enacted in any form it shall again be laid before the gov- 
ernor for his action, but he shall have no right to return the same a 
second time with a recommendation to amend. 

Art. LVII. Article IV of the articles of amendment of the consti- 
tution of the commonwealth is hereby amended by adding thereto the 
following words: — Women shall be eligible to appointment as notaries 
public. Change of name shall render the commission void, but shall 
not prevent reappointment under the new name. 

Art. LVIII. Article I of Chapter III of Part the Second of the con- 
stitution is hereby amended by the addition of the following words: — 
and provided also that the governor, with the consent of the council, 
may after due notice and hearing retire them because of advanced age 
or mental or physical disability. Such retirement shall be subject to 
any provisions made by law as to pensions or allowances payable to 
such officers upon their voluntary retirement. 

Art. LIX. Every charter, franchise or act of incorporation shall 
forever remain subject to revocation and amendment. 

Art. LX. The general court shall have power to limit buildings 
according to their use or construction to specified districts of cities and 

towns. Op. A. G. (1919) 60. 

Art. LXI. The general court shall have authority to provide for 
compulsory voting at elections, but the right of secret voting shall be 
preserved. 

Art. LXII. Section 1. The credit of the commonwealth shall 
not in any manner be given or loaned to or in aid of any individual, or 
of any private association, or of any corporation which is privately 
owned and managed. 

Section 2. The commonwealth may borrow money to repel inva- 
sion, suppress insurrection, defend the commonwealth, or to assist the 
United States in case of war, and may also borrow money in anticipa- 
tion of receipts from taxes or other sources, such loan to be paid out 
of the revenue of the year in which it is created. 

Section 3. In addition to the loans which may be contracted as 
before provided, the commonwealth may borrow money only by a vote, 
taken by the yeas and nays, of two-thirds of each house of the general 
court present and voting thereon. The governor shall recommend to 
the general court the term for which any loan shall be contracted. 



CONSTITUTION OF MASSACHUSETTS. CIX 

Section 4. Borrowed money shall not be expended for any other Expenditure 
purpose than that for which it was borrowed or for the reduction or moneyUmited. 
discharge of the principal of the loan. Op. a. g. (1920) se, si. 

Art. LXIII. Section 1 . Collection of Revenue. — All money re- Collection ot 
ceived on account of the commonwealth from any source whatsoever op'^a'g. 
shall be paid into the treasury thereof. *'''-°' ^^^• 

Section 2. The Budget. — Within three weeks after the convening The budget, 
of the general court the governor shall recommend to the general court ""'' ™ ^' " "' 
a budget which shall contain a statement of all proposed expenditures 
of the commonwealth for the fiscal year, including those already author- 
ized by law, and of all taxes, revenues, loans and other means by which 
such expenditures shall be defrayed. This shall be arranged in such General court 
form as the general court may by law prescribe, or, in default thereof, form.^t"'"' 
as the governor shall determine. I'or the purpose of preparing his 
budget, the governor shall have power to require any board, commis- Governor 
sion, officer or department to furnish him with any information which iSformat^ion. 
he may deem necessary. 

Sections. The General Appropriation Bill. — All appropriations The general 
based upon the budget to be paid from taxes or revenues shall be incor- gPjj"'°P"»t'°° 
porated in a single bill which shall be called the general appropriation 
bill. The general court may increase, decrease, add or omit items in 
the budget. The general court may provide for its salaries, mileage, 
and exjjenses and for necessary expenditures in anticipation of appro- 
priations, but before final action on the general appropriation bill it 
shall not enact any other appropriation bill except on recommendation 
of the governor. The governor may at any time recommend to the Supplementary 
general court supplementary budgets which shall be subject to the " ^^'^' 
same procedure as the original budget. 

Section 4. Special Appropriation Bills. — After final action on the Special appro- 
general appropriation bill or on recommendation of the governor, special may'bT 
appropriation bills may be enacted. Such bills shall provide the specific •='""^'^'^' ^^^'' 
means for defraying the appropriations therein contained. 

Section 5. Suhnission to the Governor. — The go\'ernor may dis- Governor may 
approve or reduce items or parts of items in any bill appropriating etc^.'^tems'^or 
money. So much of such bill as he approves shall upon his signing I'Jf any°apprT 
the same become law. As to each item disapproved or reduced, he pr^atio° t>iii, 
shall transmit to the house in which the bill originated his reason for 
such disapproval or reduction, and the procedure shall then be the 
same as in the case of a bill disapproved as a whole. In case he shall forceVniuv"' 
fail so to transmit his reasons for such disapproval or reduction within "uiess. etc. 
five days after the bill shall have been presented to him, such items 
shall have the force of law unless the general court by adjournment 
shall prevent such transmission, in which case they shall not be law. 

Art. LXIV. Section 1. The governor, lieutenant-governor, coun- Biennial eiec- 
cillors, secretary, treasurer and receiver-general, attorney-general, offic° ^*'^'° 

cour 
Bena 
repr 
tives: terms 

offices from the first Wednesday in January succeeding their election of office. 
to and including the first Wednesday in January in the third year 
following their election and until their successors are chosen and quali- 
fied. The terms of senators and representatives shall begin with the 
first W^ednesday in January succeeding their election and shall extend 
to the first Wednesday in January in the third year following their 



CONSTITUTION OF MASSACHUSETTS. 



Treasurer ineli 
gible for more 
than three suc- 
cessive terms. 

General court 
to assemble 
annually. 

When first 
election under 
this article 
shall be held, 
etc. 



Members of 
general court 
not to be ap- 
pointed to 
certain offices, 
nor receive 
compensation 
on recess 
committees, 
except, etc. 
Op. A. G. 
(1919) 74. 

Organization 
of not more 
than twenty- 
departments 
to perform the 
executive and 
administrative 
work of the 
common- 
wealth, 
except, etc. 



election and until their successors are chosen and qualified. The terms 
of the secretary, treasurer and receiver-general, attorney-general and 
auditor, shall begin with the third Wednesday in January succeeding 
their election and shall extend to the third Wednesday in January in 
the third year following their election and until their successors are 
chosen and qualified. 

Section 2. No person shall be eligible to election to the office 
of treasurer and receiver-general for more than three successive 
terms. 

Section 3. The general court shall assemble every year on the 
first Wednesday in January. 

Section 4. The first election to which this article shall apply shall 
be held on the Tuesday next after the first Monday in November in 
the year nineteen hundred and twenty, and thereafter elections for the 
choice of all the officers before-mentioned shall be held biennially on 
the Tuesday next after the first Monday in November. 

Art. LXV. No person elected to the general court shall during 
the term for which he was elected be appointed to any office created 
or the emoluments whereof are increased during such term, nor receive 
additional salary or compensation for service upon any recess com- 
mittee or commission except a committee appointed to examine a 
general revision of the statutes of the commonwealth when submitted 
to the general court for adoption. 

Art. LXVI. On or before January first, nineteen hundred twenty- 
one, the executive and administrative work of the commonwealth shall 
be organized in not more than twenty departments, in one of which 
every executive and administrative office, board and commission, except 
those officers serving directly under the governor or the council, shall 
be placed. Such departments shall be under such supervision and 
regulation as the general court may from time to time prescribe by 
law. 



The constitution of Massachu.setta was agreed upon by delegates of the people, in 
convention, begun and held at Cambridge, on the first day of September, 1779, and 
continued by adjournments to the second day of March, 1780, when the convention 
adjourned to meet on the first Wednesday of the ensuing June. In the mean time the 
constitution was submitted to the people, to be adopted by them, provided two-thirds 
of the votes given should be in the affirmative. When the convention assembled, it was 
found that the constitution had been adopted by the requisite number of votes, and the 
convention accordingly Resolved, "That the said Constitution or Frame of Government 
shall take place on the last Wednesday of October next; and not before, for any purpose, 
save only for that of making elections, agreeable to this resolution." The first legislature 
assembled at Boston, on October 25, 17S0. 

The first nine Articles of Amendment were submitted, by delegates in convention 
assembled, November 15, 1820, to the people, and by them ratified and adopted April 
9, 1821. The fifth Article was annulled by the fifty-third Article, and the ninth Article 
by the forty-eighth Article. 

The tenth Article was adopted by the legislatures of the political years 1829-30 and 
1830-31, and was approved and ratified by the people May 11, 1831. 

The eleventh Article was adopted by the legislatures of the political years 1832 and 
1833, and was approved and ratified by the people November 11, 1833. 

The twelfth Article was adopted by the legislatures of the political years 1835 and 
1836, and was approved and ratified by the people November 14, 1836. 



CONSTITUTION OF MASSACHUSETTS. 

The thirteenth Article was adopted by the legislatures of the political years 1839 and 
1840, and was approved and ratified by the people April 6, 1840. 

The general court of the year 1851 passed an act calling a third convention to revise 
the constitution. The Act was submitted to the people, and a majority voted against 
the proposed convention. On May 7, 1852, another act was passed calling upon the 
people to vote upon the question of calling a constitutional convention. A majority of 
the people having voted in favor of the proposed convention, election for delegates thereto 
took place in March, 1853. The convention met in the State House, in Boston, on May 
4, 1853, and organized by choosing Nathaniel P. Banks, Jr., president, and William S. 
Robinson and James T. Robinson, secretaries. On the 1st of August, this convention 
agreed to a form of constitution, and on the same day was dissolved, after having provided 
for submitting the same to the people, and appointed a committee to meet to count the 
votes, and to make a return thereof to the general court. The committee met at the time 
and place agreed upon, and found that the proposed constitution had been rejected. 

The fourteenth, fifteenth, sixteenth, seventeenth, eighteenth and nineteenth Articles 
were adopted by the legislatures of the political years 1854 and 1855, and ratified by the 
people May 23, 1855. 

The twentieth, twenty-first and twenty-second Articles were adopted by the legis- 
latures of the political years 1S56 and 1857, and ratified by the people on May 1, 1857. 

The twenty-third Article was adopted by the legislatures of the political years 1858 
and 1859, and ratified by the people May 9, 1859, and was annulled by the twenty-sixth 
Article. 

The twenty-fourth and twenty-fifth Articles were adopted by the legislatures of the 
political years 1859 and 1860, and ratified by the people May 7, 1860. 

The twenty-sixth Article was adopted by the legislatures of the political years 1862 
and 1863, and ratified by the people April 6, 1863. 

The twenty-seventh Article was adopted by the legislatures of the political years 
1876 and 1877, and was approved and ratified by the people November 6, 1877. 

The twenty-eighth Article was adopted by the legislatures of the political years 1880 
and 1881, and was approved and ratified by the people November 8, 1881. 

The twenty-ninth Article was adopted by the legislatures of the political years 1884 
and 1885, and was approved and ratified by the people November 3, 1885. 

The thirtieth and thirty-first Articles were adopted by the legislatures of the political 
years 1889 and 1890, and were approved and ratified by the people November 4, 1890. 

The thirty-second and thirty-third Articles were adopted by the legislatures of the 
political years 1890 and 1891, and were approved and ratified by the people November 3, 
1891. 

The thirty-fourth Article was adopted by the legislatures of the political years 1891 
and 1892, and was approved and ratified by the people November 8, 1892. 

The thirty-fifth Article was adopted by the legislatures of the political years 1892 and 
1893, and was approved and ratified by the people November 7, 1893. 

The thirty-sixth Article was adopted by the legislatures of the political years 1893 
and 1894, and was approved and ratified by the people November 6, 1894. 

The thirty-seventh Article was adopted by the legislatures of the political years 1906 
and 1907, and was approved and ratified by the people November 5, 1907. 

The thirty-eighth Article was adopted by the legislatures of the political years 1909 
and 1910, and was approved and ratified by the people November 7, 1911. 

The thirty-ninth Article was adopted by the legislatures of the political years 1910 
and 1911, and was approved and ratified by the people November 7, 1911. 

The fortieth and forty-first Articles were adopted by the legislatures of the political 
years 1911 and 1912, and were approved and ratified by the people November 5, 1912. 



CONSTITUTION OF MASSACHUSETTS. 

The forty-second Article was adopted by the legislatures of the political years 1912 
and 1913, and approved and ratified by the people November 4, 1913, and was annulled 
by the forty-eighth Article. 

The forty-third and forty-fourth Articles were adopted by the legislatures of the 
political years 1914 and 1915, and were approved and ratified by the people November 2, 
1915. 

In his inaugural address to the general court of 1916, Governor McCall recommended 
that the question of revising the constitution, through a constitutional convention, be 
submitted to the people ; and the general court passed a law (chapter 98 of the General 
Acts of 1916) to ascertain and carry out the will of the people relative thereto, the ques- 
tion to be submitted being "Shall there be a convention to revise, alter or amend the 
constitution of the commonwealth?" The people voted on this question at the annual 
election, held on November 7, casting 217,293 votes in the affirmative and 120,979 votes 
in the negative; and accordingly the governor on December 19, 1916, made proclamation 
to that effect, and, by virtue of authority contained in the act, called upon the people 
to elect delegates at a special election to be held on the first Tuesday in May, 1917. The 
election was on May 1. In accordance with the provisions of the act, the delegates met 
at the State House on June 6, 1917, and organized by choosing John L. Bates, president, 
and James W. Kimball, secretary. After considering and acting adversely on numerous 
measures that had been brought before it, and after providing for submitting to the 
people the forty-fifth, forty-sixth and forty-seventh Articles, at the state election of 1917, 
and the Article relative to the establishment of the popular initiative and referendum and 
the legislative initiative of specific amendments of the constitution (Article forty-eight) at 
the state election of 1918, the convention adjourned on Wednesday, November 28, 1917, 
"until called by the president or secretary to meet not later than ■within ten days after 
the prorogation of the general court of 1918." 

The forty-fiith, forty-sixth, and forty-seventh Articles were submitted, by delegates 
in convention assembled, September 28, 1917, August 30, 1917, and October 11, 1917, 
respectively, to the people, and by them ratified and adopted November 6, 1917. 

On Wednesday, June 12, 1918, the convention reassembled and resumed its work. 
Eighteen more articles (Articles forty-nine to sixty-six, inclusive) were approved by the 
convention and were ordered to be submitted to the people. On Wednesday, August 
21, 1918, the convention adjourned, "to meet, subject to call by the president or secre- 
tary, not later than within twenty days after the prorogation of the general court of 
1919, for the purpose of taking action on the report of the special committee on rear- 
rangement of the constitution." 

The forty-eighth Article was submitted, by delegates in convention assembled, Novem- 
ber 28, 1917, the forty-ninth Article, August 7, 1918, the fiftieth to the sixtieth Articles, 
inclusive, August 15, 1918, the sixty-first to the sixty-fourth Articles, inclusive, August 
20, 1918, and the sixty-fifth and sixty-sixth Articles, August 21, 1918, to the people, and 
by them ratified and adopted November 5, 1918. 

On Tuesday, August 12, 1919, pursuant to a call of its president, the convention again 
convened. A rearrangement of the constitution was adopted, and was ordered to be 
submitted to the people for their ratification. On the following day, a sub-committee of 
the special conunittee on rearrangement of the constitution was "empowered to correct 
clerical and typographical errors and establish the text of the rearrangement of the con- 
stitution to be submitted to the people, in conformity with that adopted by the conven- 
tion." 

On Wednesday, August 13, 1919, the convention adjourned, sine die. 

On Tuesday, November 4, 1919, the rearrangement was approved and ratified by the 
people. 

(As to the effect of this action, see Opinion of the Justices, 233 Mass. 603, and Loring 
». Young, decided August 8, 1921.) 



TABLES OF DISPOSITION OF THE LAWS. 



NOTE. 

The first of these tables is an index showing in a summary manner the disposition of the chapters 
of the Revised Laws, and of several other important laws, by subjects, not by exact titles. The other 
tables should be consulted for the disposition of sections in detail. In all the tables 1918, 257, and 1919, 
333, are treated as if they had taken effect prior to the General Laws. See Explanations at beginning 
of Table IL 



DISPOSITION IN GENERAL OF CHAPTERS OF THE REVISED LAWS AND OF 
CERTAIN OTHER ACTS RELATING TO IMPORTANT SUBJECTS. 



Chapter of 

Revised Laws 

or Other 

Act. 



Subject, so far as includeti in the General La 



1 Jurisdiction of the Commonwealth ........ i 

2 Arms and Great Seal of the Commonwealth ...... 2 

3 General Court •••■....... 3 

4 Governor, Lieutenant Governor, Council ....... 6 

5 State Secretary ........... 9 

6 State Treasurer ........... lo 

State Auditor ........... 11 

State Finance -..■.....,, 29 

(§§ 43-51 gone to General Laws, Chapter 3.) 

7 Attorney General and District Attorneys ....... 12 

8 Statutes ■•■......... 4 

9 Printing and Distribution of Laws and Public Documents .... 5 

10 State House ............ g 

Sergeant-at-Arms ........... 3 

vState Library ........... 6 

11 Elections (superseded by 1913, S35, and by several other acts) . . . 50-57 

12 Assessment of Local Taxes (superseded by 1909, 490, I) . . . . 59 

13 Collection of Local Taxes (superseded by 1909, 490, II) ... . 60 

14 Taxation of Corporations (superseded by 1909, 490, III, and by 1919, 355) . 14, 63 

15 Taxation of Legacies and Successions (superseded by 1909, 490, IV, and by 

several other acts) .......... 65 

16 Militia (superseded by 1917, 327) 33 

17 Notaries Public, Commissioners ........ 222 

18 General Provisions relative to State Officers ...... 30 

19 Civil Service ............ 13, 31 

Corrupt Practices ........... 55 

20 Counties, County Commissioners ........ 34 

21 County Treasurers, County Finances ....... 35 

22 Registers of Deeds .......... 36 

23 Sheriffs 37 

24 Medical Examiners .......... 38 

25 Towns ............. 39-42 

26 Cities 39-42 

27 Municipal Indebtedness (superseded by 1913, 719) ..... 44 

28 Public Parks, Playgrounds, Public Domain ...... 45 

29 Return and Registry of Births, Marriages and Deaths .... 46 

30 Workhouses and Almshouses ......... 47 

31 Watch and Ward. — Repealed by 1918, 257, § 159. 

32 Fires, Fire Departments, Fire Districts ....... 48 

[ cxiii ] 



CXIV DISPOSITION OF CERTAIN IMPORTANT STATUTES. 

Chapter of 
^^''oJk''"'* Subject, 80 far as included in the General Laws. 



or Other 
Act. 



32 State Fire Marshal (see 1919, 350, §§ 101, 104) 22, 148 

33 Fences, Fence Viewers, Pounds, Field Drivers ...... 49 

34 Manufacture and Distribution of Gas and Electricity by Cities and Towns 

(superseded by 1914, 742) 164 

35 Public Records 9, 66 

36 Parishes and Religious Societies ........ 67 

37 Donations and Conveyances for Pious and Charitable Uses ... 68 

38 Libraries ............ 78 

39 Board of Education 15, 69 

40 Teachers' Institutes and Associations. — Repealed by 1918, 257, § 172. 

41 School Funds 70 

42 Public Schools 71 

43 School Registers and Returns ......... 72 

44 School Attendance 76 

45 Nautical Training School ......... 74 

46 School Offenders and County Training Schools ...... 77 

47 Stat« Highways (superseded by 1917, 344, I) 81 

48 Laying Out and Discontinuance of Ways (superseded by 1917, 344, II) . 82 
Damages for taking Land for Public Uses (superseded by 1917, 344, II, and 

by 1918, 257, § 187) 79 

49 Sewers, Drains, Sidewalks ......... 83 

50 Betterments (superseded by 1917, 344, III, and by.l918, 257, § 219) . . 80 

51 Repair of Ways and Bridges (superseded by 1917, 344, IV) ... 84 

52 Regulations and By-Laws relative to Ways and Bridges (superseded by 1917, 

344, V) 85 

53 Boundaries of Highways, etc. (superseded by 1917, 344, VI) ... 86 

54 Law of the Road (superseded by 1917, 344, VII) 89 

55 Ferries, Canals 88 

56 Regulation of Trade 93 

Inspection and Sale of Food ......... 94 

57 Inspection and Sale of Various Articles ....... 94 

58 Inspection of Gas and Gas Meters (superseded by 1914, 742) . . . 164 

59 Measuring of Upper Leather ......... 95 

60 Survey and Sale of Lumber, etc. (superseded by 1920, 551) ... 23, 96 

61 Surveying of Land ........... 97 

62 Weights and Measures 23, 98 

63 Metric System 99 

64 Auctioneers ............ 100 

65 Transient Vendors, Hawkers and Pedlers (see 1918, 257, § 256) ... 101 

66 Shipping, Seamen, Harbors, Harbor Masters ...... 102 

67 Pilots 103 

68 Agents, Consignees and Factors ........ 104 

69 Public Warehouses (superseded in part by 1907, 582) .... 105 

70 Common Carriers and Express Companies ...... 159 

71 Limited Partnerships 109 

72 Labels, Trade Marks and Names ........ 110 

73 Money and Negotiable Instruments ........ 107 

74 Prevention of Frauds and Perjuries . 259 

75 Public Health 17, 111 

76 Registration of Physicians, etc. . . . . . . . . 13, 112 

77 Promotion of Anatomical Science ........ 113 

78 Cemeteries and Burials .......... 114 

79 State and Military Aid and Soldiers' Relief 115 

80 Settlement of Paupers (superseded by 1911, 669) 116 

81 Support of Paupers .......... 117 

82 Maintenance of Illegitimate Children (superseded by 1913, 563) . . . 273 

83 Protection and Care of Children (supplemented by 1903, 334, and 1906, 413) 119 

84 State Board of Charity (now Department of Public Welfare) ... 18, 121 

85 State Infirmary, etc. (see 1911, 104) 122 

State Farm (see 1919, 199) 125 

86 Massachusetts Training Schools (see 1911, 566) 120 

Reformation of Juvenile Offenders ........ 119 

87 Departmentof Mental Diseases (superseded by 1909,504; 1916,285; 1919, 350) 19 
Commitment and Care of Insane and Feeble Minded (superseded by 1909, 

604) 123 

88 State Sanatoria for Tuberculdsis . . . . . . . . 17,111 

89 Agriculture 20, 128 

90 Animal Industry 21, 129 

91 Fish and Game Commission ......... 21 

Fisheries ............ 130 



DISPOSITION OF CERTAIN IMPORT.AJ^T STATUTES. CXV 

Chapter of 

^'oTtHh^r' Subject, so far as included in the General Laws. Ge^ne^arLa-'a 
Act. 

92 Preservation of Certain Birds and Animals ...... 131 

93 Timber Afloat or Cast on Shore (in part repealed by 1918, 257, §§ 321-323) 135 

94 Lost Goods and Stray Beasts ......... 134 

95 Unclaimed or Abandoned Property ........ 135 

96 Division of Waterways, etc. ......... 16 

Waterways, etc. ........... 91 

97 Wrecks, etc. (in part repealed by 1918, 257, § 334) ■ 91 

98 Lord's Day 136 

99 Gaming 137 

100 Intoxicating Liquors (in part superseded by 1920, 630) .... 138 

101 Common Nuisances (in part superseded by 1914, 624) .... 139 

102 Licenses ............ 140 

103 Supervision of Plumbing (in part superseded by 1909, 536) . . . 142 

104 Inspection of Buildings, etc. (superseded by 1913, 655 and 806, and by 1914, 

791) 22,143 

105 Inspection of Steam Boilers (superseded by 1907, 465, and by 1915, 259) . 22, 146 

106 Labor (superseded by 1909, 514) 149, 153, 229 

107 Statistics of Labor, etc 9, 23, 44, 149 

108 State and Other Police 22, 147 

109 Corporations (so far as not superseded) ....... 14, 155 

110 Corporations (so far as not superseded) ....... 155,158 

111 Railroads (superseded by 1906, 463, I, II) 25,159,160 

112 Street Railways (superseded by 1906, 463, III) 161 

113 Savings Banks (superseded by 1908, 590) 26,168 

114 Co-operative Banks (superseded by 1912, 623) 170 

115 Banks and Banking (see 1918, 12). — Omitted as special. 

116 Trust Companies (in part superseded by 1904, 374, and by 1908, 520) . . 172 

117 Mortgage Loan Investment Companies ....... 173 

118 Insurance (superseded by 1907, 576) ....... 26, 175 

119 Fraternal Benefit Societies (superseded by 1911, 628) 176 

120 Assessment Insurance .......... 177 

121 Gas and Electric Companies (superseded by 1914, 742) .... 25, 164 

122 Telephone and Telegraph Companies, Lines for Transmission of Electricity 

(in part superseded by 1911, 509) 166 

123 Aqueduct Companies .......... 165 

Proprietors of Wharves, Real Estate in Common, General Fields . . 179 

124 Agricultural and Horticultural Societies ....... 156, 157, 180 

125 Charitable Corporations, etc. ......... 180 

126 Foreign Corporations .......... 181 

127 Alienation of Land .......... 183 

128 Land Court and Land Registration (see 1904, 448; 1910, 560) ... 185 

129 Estates for Years and at Will 186 

130 Easements 187 

131 Homesteads ............ 188 

132 Dower and Curtesy 189 

133 Descent of Real Property 190 

134 General Provisions relative to Real Property ...... 184 

135 Wills 191 

136 Probate of Wills, Appointment of Executors ...... 192 

137 Appointment of Administrators ........ 193 

138 Public Administrators 194 

139 General Provisions relative to Executors and Administrators . . . 195 

140 Distribution of Personal Property of Intestates ...... 190 

Allowances and Advancements ........ 196 

141 Payment of Debts, Legacies and Distributive Shares ..... 197 

142 Insolvent Estates of Deceased Persons ....... 198 

143 Settlement of Estates of Deceased Non-Residents ..... 199 

144 Settlement of Estates of Absentees ........ 200 

145 Guardians and Conservators ......... 201 

146 Sales, etc., of Real Estate by Executors, etc. ...... 202 

147 Trusts 203 

148 General Provisions relative to Sales, Compromises, etc., by Executors, 

Trustees, etc 204 

149 Bonds of Executors, Trustees, etc. ........ 205 

150 Accounts and Settlements of Executors, Trustees, etc. .... 206 

151 Marriage ............ 207 

152 Divorce 208 

153 Husband and Wife 209 

154 Adoption, Change of Names ......... 210 

155 Masters, Apprentices and Servants. — Repealed by 1918, 257, § 402. 



CXVl DISPOSITION OF CERTAIN IMPORTANT STATUTES. 

Chapter of 

'"'oTotte'" Subiect, so far as included in the General Laws. G^TLt. 
Act. 

156 The Supreme Judicial Court ......... 211 

157 The Superior Court 212 

158 Provisions Common to the Supreme Judicial and Superior Courts . . 213 

159 Equity Jurisdiction and Procedure in the Supreme Judicial and Superior 

Courts 214 

160 District Courts 218 

161 Trial Justices 219 

Justices of the Peace .......... 222 

162 Probate Courts 215 

163 Courts of Insolvency .......... 216 

164 Judges and Registers of Probate and Insolvency . . . . . 217 

165 Clerks, Attorneys and Other Officers of Courts ...... 221 

166 Courts and Naturalization ......... 220 

167 Commencement of Actions, Service of Process ...... 223 

168 Arrest on Civil Process . ......... 224 

Process after Judgment for Necessaries or Labor ..... 225 

169 Bail 226 

170 Absent Defendants 227 

171 Survival of Actions . . . ... . • . 228 

Actions for Death and Injuries resulting in Death ..... 229 

172 Actions by and against Executors and Administrators .... 230 

173 Pleading and Practice 231 

174 Set-off and Tender 232 

175 Witnesses and Evidence .......... 233 

176 Juries 234 

177 Judgment and Execution ......... 235 

178 Levy of Executions on Land ......... 236 

179 Writs of Entry 237 

180 Writs of Dower 238 

181 Summary Process for Possession of Land ....... 239 

182 Settlement of Title to Land 240 

183 Determination of Boundaries of Flats ....... 240 

184 Partition (superseded by 1917, 279) 241 

185 Waste and Trespass .......... 242 

1S6 Private Nuisances ........... 243 

187 Foreclosure and Redemption of Mortgages ...... 244 

188 Informations by the Commonwealth ....... 245 

189 Trustee Process 246 

190 Replevin 247 

191 Habeas Corpus and Personal Liberty (§§ 35-47 repealed by 1918, 257, § 443) 248 

192 Audita Querela, Certiorari, Mandamus, Quo Warranto .... 249 

193 Writ of Error, Vacating Judgment, Writ of Review ..... 250 

194 Arbitration 251 

195 Improvement of Low Land and Swamps (in part superseded by 1918, 289) 252 

196 Mills, Dams, Reservoirs ' . . 253 

197 Liens on Buildings and Land ......... 254 

198 Mortgages, Conditional Sales and Pledges of, and Liens on, Personal Prop- 

erty ............. 255 

199 Recognizances for Debts ......... 256 

200 Seizing and Libelling Forfeited Property ....... 257 

201 Claims against the Commonwealth ........ 258 

202 Limitation of Actions .......... 260 

203 Costs 261 

204 Fees 262 

205 Rights of Accused Persons ......... 263 

206 Crimes against Governments ......... 264 

207 Crimes against the Person ......... 265 

208 Crimes against Property .......... 266 

209 Forgerj', Crimes against Currency ........ 267 

210 Crimes against Public Justice ......... 268 

211 Crimes against Public Peace ......... 269 

212 Crimes against Chastity, Morality, Decency and Good Order . . . 272 

213 Crimes against Public Health 270 

214 Crimes against Public Policy ......... 271 

215 Felonies, Accessories, Attempts . . . . . . . . 274 

216 Proceedings to prevent Crimes ........ 275 

217 Search Warrants, Rewards, Fugitives, .\rrests, etc.; Probation . . . 276 

218 Indictments and Proceedings before Trial ....... 277 

219 Trials and Proceedings before Judgment ....... 278 

220 Judgment and Execution ......... 279 



DISPOSITION OF CERTAIN IMPORTANT STATUTES. 



Chapter of 

°™6ther"^ Subject, so far as included in the General Lawa. 

Act. 

221 Fines and Forfeitures ■.......,, 

222 Prison Commissioners (superseded by 1919, 350, §§ 82-86) . 

Powers and Duties of Department of Correction ..... 

223 State Penal and Reformatory Institutions ...... 

224 Jails, Houses of Correction, et<;. ........ 

225 Officers and Inmates of Penal and Reformatory Institutions 

226 Laws and Their Effect 

1863, 220 Massachusetts Agricultural College 

1889, 439 Sewerage System for Mystic and Charles River Valleys .... 

1893, 407 Metropolitan Park Commission ........ 

1894, 288 Roadways and Boulevards in Metropolitan Parks ..... 

1895, 406 Sewerage System for Neponset River Valley ...... 

488 Metropolitan Water Supply ......... 

1903, 249 Registration in Veterinary Medicine ....... 

334 Neglected Children .......... 

437 Business Corporations (as to taxation superseded by 1909, 490, III) 

Foreign Corporations .......... 

1904,374 Incorporation, etc., of Trust Companies (see 1908, 520) . . . . 

409 State Forester and Forestry ......... 

1905, 326 Settlement of Trust Estatos in which Absentees are Interested 

381 Suppression of Gypsy Moths, etc. ........ 

465 MiUtia (superseded by 1908, 604, and 1917, 327) 

473 Registration of Embalmers ......... 

1906, 385 Commission for the Blind ......... 

390 Assignment of Wages (in part superseded by 1909, 514) .... 

413 Delinquent Children .......... 

463 I. Railroads and Street Railways (in part superseded by 1913, 784, and 

1919,350, §§ 117-122) 

II. Railroads ........... 

III. Street Railways .......... 

(N.B. — Some sections of the above act are in other chapters, such as Ta.\a- 

tion. Actions for Death, etc.) 
516 Electric Railroads ........... 

1907, 363 Disposition of Old and Infirm Animals ....... 

414 Bucket Shops ........... 

465 Inspection of Steam Boilers (in part superseded by 1915, 259) 

560 Elections (superseded by 1913, 835) 

561 Savings Bank Life Insurance ......... 

576 Insurance ............ 

582 Warehouse Receipts .......... 

1908, 237 Sales of Personal Property 

520 Trust Companies ........... 

590 Savings Banks ........... 

604 Militia (superseded by 1917, 327) 

1909, 441 Voluntary Associations (supplemented by 1913, 509 and 596; 1914. 471 and 

742; 1915, 20; 1916, 184) 

490 I. Assessment of Local Taxes ........ 

II. Collection of Local Taxes ........ 

III. Taxation of Corporations (in part superseded by 1919, 355; 1920, 415 
and 549) 

IV. Taxation of Legacies and Successions (in part superseded by 1909, 268 
and 527; 1912, 678; 1916, 268; 1920, 396 and 548) . . . . 

504 Insane Persons ........... 

514 §§ 1-9, 17-120. Labor 

§§ 10-16. Conciliation and Arbitration ....... 

§§ 121-126. Assignments of Wages ....... 

§§ 127-143. Employers' Liability ........ 

526 Registration of Osteopaths ......... 

534 Motor Vehicles ........... 

536 Supervision of Plumbing ......... 

1910, 171 Transfer of Stock 

214 BiUs of Lading 

449 Registration of Nurses .......... 

619 City and Town Retirement Systems ........ 

1911, 456 Desertion and Non-Support of Wives and Children ..... 

471 Vocational Education .......... 

509 Transmission of Electricity ......... 

532 State Retirement System ......... 

595 Commitment and Care of Defective Delinquents ..... 



280 
27 
124 
125 

126 
127 

281 



28, 92 

92 

92 

92 

13, 112 

119 

63, 156 

181 

172 

21, 132 

203 

132 

33 

13, 112 

15,69 

154 

119 

25, 159 
160 
161 



162 
133 
271 
146 
50-56 
178 
175 
105 
106 
172 
167, 168 
33 

182 
59 
60 

63 

65 
123 
149 
23, 150 
154 
153 
13, 112 

90 
142 
155 
108 
13, 112 

32 
273 

74 
166 

32 
123 



DISPOSITION OF CERTAIN IMPORTANT STATUTES. 



Chapter of 
'^TrOth^r"^ Subject, so far as included in the General Laws. 

Act. 
1911,628 Fraternal Benefit Societies 

634 County Retirement Systems ......... 

669 Settlement of Paupers, etc 

727 Small Loans ............ 

751 Workmen's Compensation ......... 

1912, 502 Short Forms in Conveyancing ......... 

503 Pensions for Laborers .......... 

623 Co-operative Banks .......... 

635 Tenement Houses in Towns ......... 

674 Congressional Districts .......... 

678 Taxation of Legacies and Successions ....... 

700 Registration of Optometrists ......... 

706 The Minimum Wage .......... 

726 Board of Labor and Industries (see 1919, 350, §§ 69-78) .... 

1913, 447 Co-operative Associations ......... 

563 Maintenance of Illegitimate Children ....... 

655 Inspection of Buildings .......... 

663 Aircraft (superseded by 1919, 306) 

719 Municipal Indebtedness .......... 

763 Aid to Mothers with Dependent Children ...... 

779 School Attendance, etc. .......... 

784 Public Service Commission (in part superseded by 1919, 350, §§ 117-122) 
786 Tenement Houses in Cities ......... 

806 Inspection of Elevators .......... 

831 Child Labor 

832 Teachers' Retirement System ......... 

835 §§1-11. General Provisions relative to Primaries, Caucuses and Elections . 

§§ 12-68. Voters, Registration, etc. ....... 

§§ 88-92. Political Committees 

§§ 93-210. Nominations, Primaries, Caucuses ...... 

§§211-215. State Ballot Law Commission ...... 

§§216-346,379-392. Elections 

§§ 347-371. Corrupt Practices (in part superseded by 1914, 783) 

§§372-378. Election Inquests 

§§ 393-399. Town Meetings 

§§ 400-433. Town Elections 

§§ 434-502. Penalties 

1914, 598 Taxation of Forest Lands 

624 Injunctions against Houses of Prostitution ...... 

742 Gas and Electricity 

770 Taxation of Stock Transfers (in part superseded by 1915, 238) 

783 Corrupt Practices ........... 

791 Cinematographs ........... 

795 Fire Prevention in Metropolitan Fire Prevention District .... 

1915, 145 Shade Trees 

163 Support of Destitute Parents ......... 

237 Tax Titles 

238 Taxation of Stock Transfers 

259 Licensing Certain Engineers and Firemen ....... 

267 City Charters 

292 Liens on Buildings and Land ......... 

296 Supervision of Electricians ......... 

301 Registration of Dentists and Dental Hygienists ..... 

1916, 184 Actions against Voluntary Associations (see 1909, 441) .... 
266 Trackless Trolleys 

268 Taxation of Legacies and Successions ....... 

269 Income Tax (for distribution see 1919, 314) 

270 Senatorial and Councillor Districts, and Apportionment of Representatives . 
296 Super\isor of Administration ......... 

1917, 202 Registration of Chiropodists ......... 

277 Disposition of State Revenue ......... 

279 Partition of Land 

327 Militia 

344 I. State Highways • . 

II. Laying Out and Discontinuance of Ways ...... 

Land Damages (superseded by 1918, 257, § 187) .... 

III. Betterments (superseded by 1918, 257, § 219) 

IV. Repair of Ways and Bridges ........ 

V. Regulations and By-Laws relative to Ways and Bridges 

VI. Boundaries of Highways and Other Public Places, and Encroachments 

VII. Law of the Road 



176 

32 

116 

140 

152 

183 

32 

170 

145 

57 

65 

13, 112 

151 

23, 149 

157 

273 

143 

90 

44 

118 

76,77 

25, 159 

144 

143 

149 

32 

50 

51 

52 

53 



55 
39 
41 
56 
61 

139 

164 
64 
55 

143 

148 
87 

273 
60 
64 

146 
43 

254 

141 

13, 112 

182, 223 

163 
65 
62 
57 
7 
13, 112 
29 

241 
33 
81 
82 
79 
80 
84 
85 
86 



DISPOSITION OF CERTAIN IMPORTANT STATUTES. 



Chapter of 
or Other Subject, so far as iDcluded in the General Laws. 

Act. 

1918,228 Classification of State Offices and Positions 

230 Training and Instruction of Disabled Soldiers and Sailors . . . . 

244 Budget System 

247 Removals, etc., in Civil Service ........ 

257 § 187. Eminent Domain ......... 

§ 219. Betterments 

261 Salaries of County Commissioners ........ 

262 Massachusetts Agricultural College ........ 

272 Salaries of District Attorneys and Assistant District Attorneys 

2S9 Improvement of Low Lands ......... 

1919, 150 Veterans' Preference 

241 Salaries of County Treasurers ......... 

259 Sale of Second Hand Motor Vehicles 

271 Licensing and Regulation of Private Detectives ...... 

274 Probate Appeals ........... 

287 Salaries of Sheriffs ........... 

289 Ab.sent Voting 

290 State and Military Aid 

306 Aircraft 

314 Distribution of Income Tax ......... 

350 §§14-16. Officers under Governor and Council . . . . . 

Superintendent of Buildings ....... 

Sergeant-at-.\rm3 ......... 

State Secretary ......... 

State Treasurer ......... 

§ 32. State Auditor 

§ 33. Attorney General ......... 

§§34-37. Department of Agriculture ....... 

§ 38. Agriculture ........... 

§§ 39-44. Department of Conservation ....... 

Department of Banking and Insurance ..... 

Department of Corporations and Taxation .... 

Department of Education ....... 

Department of Civil Service and Registration .... 

§ 68. Department of Industrial Accidents ...... 

§§69-78. Department of Labor and Industries . . . . . 

§§79-81. Department of Mental Diseases ...... 

§§ 82-85. Department of Correction ....... 

§ 86. State Farm ........... 

§§ 87-89, 91, 95. Department of Public Welfare 

§§ 89-94. Powers and Duties of Department of Public Welfare . 

§§ 96-98. Department of Public Health 

§§ 99-101, 103, 105, 106, 110. Department of Public Safety 
§§ 99, 101, 102, 107-109. State Police, Powers and Duties of Department of 
Public Safety ........... 

§ 104. Fire Prevention .......... 

§§111-116. Department of Public Works ...... 

§§117-122. Department of Public Utilities 

§§ 123-126. Metropolit.an District Commission ..... 

§§ 127-129. Metropolitan Parks, Waters and Sewers .... 

353 Salaries of Judges, Registers and Assistant Registers of Probate and Insolvency 

355 Taxation of Business Corporations (in part superseded by 1920, 415 and 549) 

356 Salaries of Clerks and Assistant Clerks of Courts 

361 Salaries of Registers of Deeds and Assistant Registers 

362 Salaries of Justices. Clerks and Assistant Clerks of District 

363 Distribution of Certain Revenue for Schools 

1920, 240 Games on Lord's Day 

280 Daylight Saving 

349 Stock without Par Value of Business Corporations 

396 Taxation of Legacies and Successions from Non-Residents 

415 Taxation of Business Corporations . 

418 Regulation of Bakeries . . . . 

545 Regulation of Advertising Signs 

548 Ta.xatiou of Gifts in Contemplation of Death 

549 Taxation of Business Corporations . 
551 Survey of Lumber ..... 
553 Small Claims Procedure .... 
579 Woman Suffrage ..... 
599 Municipal Operation of Street Railways . 
619 Licensing of Boxing Matches . 
630 Licensing of Sale of Certain Non-Into.xicating Beverages 



§§ 17-21. 
§§22,23. 
§§24-27. 
§§ 28-31. 



§§45-51. 
§§52-55. 
§§56-62. 
§§ 63-67. 



Courts 



30 

74 

29 

31 

79 

80 

34 

75 

12 

252 

31 

35 

140 

147 

215 

37 

54 

115 

90 

58 



3 
9 

10 
11 
12 
20 

128 
21 
26 
14 
15 
13 
24 
23, 149, 1.50 
19 
27 

125 
18 

121 
17 
22 

147 

148 
16 
25 
28 
92 

217 
58,63 

221 
36 

218 
70 

136 
4 

156 
65 
63 

111 
93 
65 
63 
96 

218 
51 

161 

147 

138 



DISPOSITION OF STATUTES PRIOR TO THE REVISED LAWS. 



II. 

SPECIFIC DISPOSITION OF CERTAIN ACTS AND RESOLVES ENACTED PRIOR 
TO THE REVISED LAWS AND NOT THEREBY JIEPEALED. 



EXPLANATIONS. 



G. L. means General Laws. S. means Superseded by. R. means Repealed by. O. means Omitted. 

The time for the taking effect of 1918, 257, and 1919, 333, was postponed until February 1, 1921, 
before which time the General Laws became effective. (See 1919, 5, and 1920, 2.) The substantive 
changes made by 1918, 257, and 1919, 233, however, appear in the General Laws, and provisions of 
law repealed by them are omitted from the General Laws, and appear as repealed in this table. 



1853, Res. 62 . . 


S. 1876, Res. 47. 


1890 


270 .. . 


PartG. L. 92, § 77; part S. 


1860, Res. 60 . . 


G. L. 127, § 152. 






1918, 257, § 187, subs. 1, 


1863, 220, § 1 . . 


PartG. L. 15, §20; 75, §§2, 






3, 6, 14, 16. 




13; parts. 1864,223, § 1; 


1891 


192 .. . 


G. L. 92, § 4. 




1871,378; 1918,262, §§1, 


1892 


251, §§ 1-3 . 


G. L. 92, § 81. 




2; partO. 


1893 


407, § 1 . . 


S. 1899, 400. 


" 220, § 2 . . 


Part G. L. 7, §§ 3, 9-13; 
part O. 




407, § 2 . . 


PartG. L. 92, § 100; part 
S. R. L. 9, § 7; 1919, 350, 


" 220, § 3 . . 


Part G. L. 75, § 4; part 






§§ 125, 126; partO. 




Special. 




407, § 3 . . 


G. L. 92, § 33. 


" 220, § 4 . . 


S. 1918, 262, § 3. 




407, § 4 . . 


S. 1895, 272. 


" 220, § 5 . . 


Part S. 1871, 378; 191S, 262, 


" 


407, § 5 . . 


G. L. 92, § 34. 




§§ 1, 2; partO. 




407, § 6 . . 


S. 1896, 465, § 2. 


" 220, § 6 . . 


Part G. L. 75, § 22; part S. 
1864, 223, § 2; part R. 




407, § 7 . . 


S. 1918, 257, § 187, subs. 
6, 14, 16, 38. 




1864, 223, § 7; part 


" 


407, § 8 . . 


S. 1918, 257, § 187, subs. 3. 




Temporary. 




407, § 9 . . 


Special. 


■' 220, §§7-9 . 


O. 




407, § 10 . . 


S. 1896, 550, § 2; R. 1896, 


1864, 223, § 1 . 


S. 1918, 262, § 1. 






550, § 4. 


'■ 223, § 2 . 


PartG. L. 75, § 11; part O. 




407, §§11,12. 


S. 1896, 550, § 3; R. 1896, 


■' 223, §§ 3-6 


Special. 






550, § 4. 


1871,378 . . 


Part G. L. 75, § 8; part S. 




407, § 13 . . 


0. 




1884, Res. 50. 


1894 


101 . . . 


S. 1905, 211, § 1. 


1876, Res. 47 . 


S. 1918, 257, § 169. 


" 


143, § 1 . . 


Temporary. 


1882, 212, § 1 . 


Temporary. 


" 


143, § 2 . . 


S. 1895, 57. 


" 212, §2 . 


O. (See 1894, 143, § 2.) 




143, § 3 . . 


G. L. 75, §§ 16, 17, 19. 


" 212, §3 . 


Parts. 1883, 105; part O. 




143, § 4 . . 


Parts. 1908,459, § 1; 1918, 


" 212, §4 . 


O. (See 1894, 143, § 2.) 






262, § 4; part O. 


" 212, §5 . 


Part G. L. 75, §§ 17, 18; 




288, § 1 . . 


G. L. 92, §5 35, 80. 




part S. 1894, 143, § 3; 




288, § 2 . . 


S. 1918, 257, § 219. 




part Special. 


" 


288, § 3 . . 


Part G. L. 92, §§ 35-37; 


" 212, §6 . 


0. 






part S. 1895, 450, § 8; 


1883, 105 . . 


S. 1894, 143, § 4. 






1919, 350, § 126; part O. 


1884, Res. 50 . 


Part S. 1918, 262, § 2; 




2SS, § 4 . . 


O. 




part O. 




2SS, § 5 . . 


S. 1918, 257, § 187, subs. 6, 


1887. 31, § 1 . 


S. 1894, 143, §§ 1, 3. 






14, 16, 38. 


31, §§2-5 


O. 




288, § 6 . . 


S. 1918, 257, § 187, subs. 3. 


1889, 45 . . 


G. L. 15, § 20. 




288, § 7 . . 


Special. 


■■ 439. § 1 . 


S. 1901, 168, §§ 1-5. 




288, § 8 . . 


S. 1896, 550, § 2; R. 1896, 


" 439, § 2 . 


Parts. 1901, 168, §2; 1919, 






550, § 4. 




350, § 126; part O. 




288, §§ 9, 10 . 


S. 1896, 550, § 3; R. 1896, 


" 439, § 3 . 


Part G. L. 92, § 1; part S. 






550, § 4. 




1895. 406, § 1; 1899, 424, 




288, §11 . . 


O. 




§§1.2. 




307, § 1 . . 


Special. 


" 439, § 4 . 


S. 1890, 270. 


" 


307, § 2 . 


Temporary. 


" 439, §§5-7 


G. L. 92, § 32. 




307, §§3-6 . 


S. 1895, 294, §§ 3-6. 


" 439, § 8 . 


S. 1899, 424, § 7. 


1895 


, 57 . . 


Temporary. 


" 439, § 9 . 


.S. 1915, 150. 


" 


272 .. . 


Part G. L. 92, §§ 33, 34, 37, 


■■ 439, § 10 . 


G. L. 92, § 3. 






79; part S. 1919, 350, 


" 439, § 11 . 


. O. 






§ 126; part 0. 


" 439, § 12 . 


Part S. 1912, 3, §§ 3-5; 




294, § 1 . 


Special. 




part Special. 


" 


294, § 2 . 


Temporary. 


" 439, §§ 13-16 


S. 1894,307, §§3-6. 


** 


294, §§ 3, 4 


S. 1906, 369, §§ 1^. 



DISPOSITION OF STATUTES PRIOR TO THE REVISED LAWS. 



1895, 294, § 5 


. S. 1906, 369, § 5. 


1896, 465, § 2 . . 


S. 1898, 455. 


'■ 294, § 6 


. O. 


" 465, § 3 . . 


G. L. 92, § 88. 


" 305, §§ 1-4 . .Special. 


" 550 .. . 


R. 1899, 419, § 3. 


" 305, § 5 


. S. 1895, 450, § 4. 


" 550, §§2,3 


S. 1899,419, §§ 1,2. 


" 406, § 1 


. Part G. L. 92, § 1 ; part S. 


1897, 80 . . . 


G. L. 92, § 2. 




1899,424, §§1,2; part O. 


83, § 1 . . 


Special. 


" 406, §§2-4 . G. L. 92, §32. 


83, § 2 . . 


Temporary. 


" 406, § 5 


. G. L. 92, § 77. 


83, § 3 . . 


S. 1906. 369, §§ 1, 4. 


" 406, § 6 


. S. 1918, 257, § 187, subs. 


83, § 4 . . 


S. 1906, 369, § 5. 




6, 14, 16. 


83, § 5 . . 


O. 


" 406, § 7 


. R. 1897, 502, § 4. 


88 . . . 


Special. 


" 406, § 8 


. Part G. L. 92, § 100; part S. 


" 121, §1 . . 


Part G. L. 92, § 41; part O. 




1906, 235. 


" 121, §2 . . 


S. 1901, 464, § 1; R. 1901, 


" 406, § 9 


. S. 1897, 80. 




464, § 2. 


" 406, § 10 


. G. L. 92, § 3. 


■' 121, §3 . . 


S. 1919, 350, § 128. 


" 406, §§11- 


-13. G. L. 92, §81. 


" 336 .. . 


Part G. L. 92, § 16; part S. 


" 406, § 14 


. G. L. 92, § 4. 




1909, 74, § 1. 


" 406, § 15 


. Special. 


" 339 . . 


G. L. 92, § 24. 


" 406, §§ 16, 


17. S. 1906, 369, §§ 1-4. 


" 456 . . 


Special. 


" 406, § 18 


. S. 1906, 369, § 5. 


" 467 . . 


Special. 


" 406, §§ 19, 


20. S. 1901, 513, § 1; R. 1901, 


" 473, I 1 . 


G. L. 92, § 10. 




513, § 2. 


■' 473, §§2-15 


Special. 


" 406, § 21 


. o. 


" 520, § 1 . . 


Part G. L. 92, § 1; part 


" 450, § 1 


. G. L. 92, § 83. 




Special. 


" 450, §2 


. G. L. 22, §§ 84, 85. 


" 520, §§2-4 


Special. 


" 450, § 3 


. G. L. 92, § 40. 


" 520, § 5 . 


S. 1915, 150. 


" 450, § 4 


. S. 1918, 257, §219, subs. 1,5. 


" 520, §§6-10 


Special. 


■' 450, § 5 


. S. 1898, 473, § 2. 


1898, 166 . . 


O. 


" 450, § 6 


. S. 1901, 380. 


" 180, §§1-3 


Special. 


" 450, § 7 


. S. 1901, 93. 


'■ 180, §4 . . 


S. 1906, 369, §§ 1, 4. 


" 450, § 8 


. G. L. 92, § 37. 


" 180, § 5 . 


S. 1906, 369, § 5. 


" 450, § 9 


. S. 1897, 121, § 3; R. 1897, 


" 180, § 6 . 


O. 




121, §4. 


" 215, §4 . 


O. 


" 450, § 10 


. S. R. L. 7, § 1. 


" 293, § 1 . 


Special. 


" 450, §11 


. S. R. L. 175, § 74. 


" 293, § 2 . 


Part S. 1908, 560; part O. 


" 488, § 1 


. S. 1901, 168, §§ 1-5. 


" 293, §§3-12 


Special. 


" 488, § 2 


. S. 1899, 424, §7; 1901, 168. 


" 295. § 1 . 


G. L. 92, § 10. 




§2; R. L. 7, § 1; 9, § 7; 


" 295, § 2 . 


Part G. L. 92, § 10; part O. 




1919, 350, § 126. 


" 295, §§3-15 


Special. 


" 488, § 3 


. S. 1898, 392. 


" 392 . . 


S. 1899, 349. 


" 488, § 4 


. Part G. L. 92, §§ 14, 78; 


" 424, §§ 1, 2 


Special. 




part Special. 


" 424, § 3 . 


Temporary. 


" 488, § 5 


. S. 1918, 257, § 187, subs. 


" 424, § 4 . . 


S. 1906, 369, §§1,4. 




1,3. 


" 424, § 5 . . 


S. 1906, 369, § 5. 


" 488, § 6 


. 0. 


" 424, § 6 . . 


O. 


" 488, §§7, 


5 . Temporary. 


" 455 .. . 


G. L. 92, § 87. 


" 488, § 9 


. G. L. 92, § 32. 


" 463, § 1 . 


G. L. 92, §§ 33, 79. 


'• 488, § 10 


. PartG. L. 92, § 15; part O. 


" 463, § 2 . . 


S. 1918, 257, § 187, subs. 6, 


" 488, §11 


. S. 1909, 473. 




14, 16, 38. 


" 488, § 12 


. Part G. L. 92, § 32; part O. 


" 463, §3 . 


S. 1918, 257, § 187, subs. 3. 


" 488, § 13 


. S. 1918, 257, § 187, subs. 9, 


'• 463, § 4 . 


O. 




12, 14, 16, 22, 37, 38. 


" 464 . . 


G. L. 92, § 82. 


" 488, § 14 


. Part S. 1898, 551; part 


" 473, § 1 . 


S. 1918, 257, § 219, subs. 4. 




Special. 


" 473, §2 . 


G. L. 92, § 48. 


" 488, § 15 


. Special. 


■' 531 . . 


R. 1903, 465, § 16. 


" 488, § 16 


. S. 1896, 436. 


•■ 551 . . 


S. 1901, 505. 


" 488, § 17 


. Special. 


1899,241, §§1,2 


Special. 


" 488, § 18 


. Part G. L. 92, §§ 25, 82; 


" 241, §3 . 


Temporary. 




part S. 1901, 513, § 1; 


'■ 241, §4 . 


S. 1906, 369, §§ 1, 4. 




part R. 1901, 513, § 2. 


" 241, §5 . 


S. 1906, 369, § 5. 


" 488, § 19 


. S. 1901, 489. 


" 241, §6 . 


O. 


" 488, §§20 


21 . G. L. 92, § 27. 


" 306, § 1 . 


S. 1918, 257, § 187, subs. 14. 


" 488, § 22 


. S. 1897, 456. 


" 306, § 2 . 


S. 1918, 257, § 187, subs. 22. 


" 488, § 23 


. S. 1897, 336. 


" 308, §§ 1, 2 . 


PartG. L. 92, § 17; part S. 


" 488, § 24 


. Part G. L. 92, § 17; part O. 




R. L. 75, § 114. 


'• 488, §§25- 


-30. G. L. 92, §§ 18-23. 


" 342 . . 


S. 1900, 108, § 1. 


" 488, § 31 


. S. 1896, 494, § 1. 


" 349 . . 


S. 1907, 349. 


1896, 414, § 1 


. Part G. L. 92, § 1 ; part 0. 


" 400 . . 


S. 1900, 393. 


" 414, §2 


Special. 


" 419, § 1 . 


S. 1920, 443, §§ 1-4. 


" 414, §3 


. S. 1897, 88. 


" 419, §2 . 


S. 1920, 443, § 5. 


" 414, §4 


. S. 1906,369, §§ 1-3. 


" 424, § 1 . 


Part G. L. 92, § 1; part 


" 436 . 


. S. 1897, 467. 




O. 


" 465, § 1 


. G. L. 92, § 86. 


" 424, § 2 . 


G. L. 92, § 1. 



cxxu 

1899, 424, § 3 



" 424, §§4-6 . 

" 424, 1 7 . . 

" 424, § 8 . . 

" 424, § 9 . . 

" 424, §§10-12. 

" 424, § 13 . . 

" 424, § 14 . . 

" 424, §§15-17. 

" 424, § 18 . . 

" 424, §§ 19,20. 

" 424, §§21,22. 

" 464. §§1-3 . 

" 464, § 4 . . 

" Res. 55 . . 
1900, 108, § 1 . . 

" 108, § 2 . . 

" 172, § 1 . . 

" 172, §§2-8 . 

" 242 .. . 

" 340, § 1 . . 

" 340, § 2 . . 



DISPOSITION OF THE REVISED LAWS 



Part G. L. 92, § 77; part S. 

1918, 257, § 187, subs. 

1, 3, 6, 14, 16. 
G. L. 92, § 32. 
Part G. L. 92, § 100; part S. 

1906, 235. 
S. 1915, 147. 
G. L. 92, § 3. 
G. L. 92, § 81. 
G. L. 92, § 4. 
Special. 

S. 1906, 369, §§ 1-4. 
S. 1906, 369, § 5. 
S. 1901, 513, § 1; R. 1901, 

513, § 2. 

o. 

Special. 

Part S. 1920, 443, §§ 1-3, 5; 

part O. 
Part G. L. 74, § 46; part O. 
S. 1901, 498. 
O. 

Part G. L. 92, § 1 ; part O. 
Special. 
G. L. 92, § 42. 
Part G. L. 92, § 37; part O. 
G. L. 92, § 37. 



1900, .393 
" 413, §§1-4 
" 413, §5 

" 413, §6 

•' Res. 72 

1901, 93 . 
" 146 . 

" 168, § 1 

" 168, §2 

" 168, § 3 

" 168, §4 

" 168, §5 

" 380 . 

■' 442 . 

" 456, § 1 

" 456, § 2 

" 464, § 1 

•' 489 . 



505 . 
513, § 1 



S. 1901, 146. 

S. 1908, 301, §§ 1^. 

S. 1906, 463, III, § 131. 

S. 1908, 301, § 5. 

Part G. L. 74, § 46; part O. 

G. L. 92, §§ 37, 38. 

Part S. 1902, 77; 1919, 350, 

§§ 123, 124; partO. 
S. 1919, 350, §§ 123, 124. 
Part S. 1919, 350, §§ 124, 

125; part O. 
S. 1919, 350, § 125. 
S. 1919, 350, § 124. 
Special. 
PartG. L. 92, § 99; part S. 

1904, 431. 
G. L. 92, § 24. 
Temporary. 
Part S. 1920, 443, §§ 1, 3-5; 

part O. 
G. L. 92, § 48. 
Part S. 1904, 426; part 

Special. 
S. 1904, 186. 
O. 
Part G. L. 92, § 99; part S. 

1904, 431. 



III. 



SPECIFIC DISPOSITION OF THE REVISED LAWS. 



EXPLANATIONS. 



G. L. means General Laws. S. means Superseded by. R. means Repealed by. O. means Omitted. 

The time for the taking effect of 1918, 257, and 1919, 333, was postponed until February 1, 1921. 
before which time the General Laws became effective. (See 1919. 5. and 1920. 2.) The substantive 
changes made by 1918. 257, and 1919, 333, however, appear in the General Laws, and provisions of law 
repealed by them are omitted from the General Laws, and appear as repealed in this table. 



1, §§ 1-3 


. . G. L. 1. §§ 1-3. 


c. 3, § 16 




. G. L. 3, § 27. 


■ §4 


. . Part G. L. 1. § 4; part O. 


" §17 




. S. 1902, 544, § 1. 


■ §5 


Special. 


■• §18 




. S. 1918, 61. 


• §6 


. . G. L. 1, § 7. 


" §19 




. S. 1912, 170, § 1. 


' §7 


. . S. 1918. 257. § 187. subs. 44. 


" §20 




. G. L. 3. § 24. 


' §8 


. . G. L. 1, § 6. 


" §21 




. S. Const, amend. 65. 


' §9 


. . S. 1918, 257, § 188. 


" §22 




. G. L. 3, § 25. 


' §§10- 


12 . . -S. 1918, 257, § 189; R. 1918, 


" §§ 23- 


-25 


. G. L. 3, §§40-42. 




257, § 190. 


■• §26 




. Part G. L. 3, § 44; part 0. 


' §13 


. . G. L. I, § 10. 


" §27 




. G. L. 3, §§45,49. 


2, §§ 1-4 


. . G. L. 2, §§ 1^. 


" §1 28, 


29 


. G. L. 3, §§ 46, 47. 


3. §§ 1-5 


. . G. L. 3, §§ 1-5. 


" §30 




. S. 1913, 434. 


• §6 


. . S. 1919, 293, §§ 1, 2; R. 


" §§31 


32 


. G. L. 3, §§ 49, 50. 




1919, 293, § 5. 


c. 4, § 1 




. S. 1914, 445. 


• §7 


. . Part G. L. 3. § 5; part S. 


■■ §2 




. .S. 1919, 282. 




1912. 481. I 1; part R. 


■■ §3 




. S. 1912, 639, § 1; R. 1912 




1912. 481, § 2. 






639, § 2. 


' §8 


. . S. 1911, 676. 


" §4 




. G. L. 6, § 4. 


' §9 


. . G. L. 3, § 10. 


■■ §5 




. S. 1914, 158; R. 1919, 25, §3 


' § 10 


. . S. 1907, 163. 


" §6 




. S. 1902, 523, § 1; 1904 


' §11 


. . G. L. 3, § 12. 






268, § 1; 1919, 25, § 2 


• §12 


. . S. 1904, 87, § 1. 






R. 1902, 523, § 2; 1904 


' § 13 


. . G. L. 3. § 13. 






268, § 2; 1919, 25, § 3. 


' § 14 


. . S. 1913, 450. 


•• §7 




. S. 1918. 257. § 3. 


' §15 


. . G. L. 3, § 22. 


" §8 




. S. 1904, 88; R. 1918. 10. § 2 



DISPOSITION OF THE REVISED LAWS. 



c. 4, § 9 . 


. S. 1908, 549. 


c. 6, §§ 60-64 




G. L. 29. §§ 33-37. 


" § 10 . 


. G. L. 6, § 9. 


" §65 






S. 1916. 192. § 1; R. 1916, 


" §11 . 


. S. 1920, 253. 








192. § 2. 


c. 5, § 1 . 


. Part G. L. 9, § 1; part S. 


•' §§ 66-68 




G. L. 29. §§40-42. 




1907. 276. 


" §69 






G. L. 29. § 44. 


" §2 . 


. S. 1902, 364; part R. 1913, 


" §70 






S. 1912, 3, § 5. 




721. 


•• §71 






G. L. 29, § 46. 


" §3 . 


. Part G. L. 9, § 3; part S. 


•■ §72 






G. L. 29, § 48. 




1911, 294. 


" §§ 7.3- 


r6 




G. L. 29, §§ 57-60. 


" §§4-7 


. G. L. 9, §§ 11-14. 


" §77 






G. L. 30, § 39. 


•' §8 . 


. S. 1917, 42, § 3. 


" §78 






G. L. 29, § 61. 


" §§9,10 


. G. L. 9, §§ 16, 17. 


" §79 






S. 1910, 512. 


" §11 . 


. S. 1903, 424. 


c. 7, §§ 1-5 






G. L. 12, §§ 3-7. 


c. 6, §§ 1-3 


. G. L. 10. §§ 2-A. 


•' §6 






PartG. L. 12, §8; part O. 


" §4 . 


. Part G. L. 10, § 5; part S. 


" §7 






G. L. 12, § 9. 




1903, 398, § 1 ; 1905, 272. 


" §8 






S. 1908, 586. 




§ 1; 1907, 276, § 1; 1910, 


" §9 






Part G. L. 12. § 2; part S. 




151, § 1; 230; 265; 1912, 








1907. 276, § 1. 




7. § 1; 632; 1913, 336, 


" § 10 






O. 




§§ 1, 2; 1919. 169, § 2; 


" §11 






G. L. 12, §§ 12, 13. 




part R. 1903. 398. § 2; 


•■ §12 






PartG. L. 12, § 14; part S 




1905. 272. §2; 1910. 151. 






1906, 460, § 1; 1910, 310 




§ 2; 1912, 7, § 2; 1913, 






§1- 




336, §§ 3, 4. 


•' §13 




S. 1902, 471, §§ 1. 2; 1903 


" §5 . 


. O. 






395. § 1; 1905. 157 


" §6 . 


. G. L. 10, § 6; 58, § 28. 






§§ 1-3; 1906.460. §§ 1,2 


" §7 . 


. G. L. 10, § 7. 






part R. 1903. 395, § 2 


•• §8 . 


. G. L. 10. § 9. 






1905, 157, § 5. 


'■ §9 . 


. S. 1905.211. §2. 


•• §14 




G. L. 12, § 18. 


" §§ 10-12 


. G. L. 10, §§ 12-14. 


■■ §15 






G. L. 12, § 26. 


•• §13 . 


. G. L. 11, § 1. 


•• § 16 






R. 1918, 257, § 8. 


" §14 . 


. S. 1902, 177; part R. 1903, 


" §§ 17. 


18 




G. L. 12, §§ 27, 28. 




120, § 2. 


•• §19 






0. 


" §15 . 


. G. L. 11, §7. 


•' §120, 


21 




G. L. 12, §§ 29, 30. 


•' § 16 . 


. S. 1908, 195; 597, § 4. 


c. 8, § 1 






S. 1919, 97. 


" §17 . 


. S. 1908, 597, § 4. 


■■ §2 






G. L. 4. § 2. 


" §18 . 


. S. 1914. 399, § 3. 


" §3 






G. L. 4, § 5. 


" §§ 19, 20 


. G. L. 11. §§ 10, 11. 


•' §4 






S. 1919, 301. § 1. 


" §§21,22 


. S. 1905, 211, §§3,4. 


§ 5 (prelim. K 


G. L. 4, § 7 (prelim, t). 


" §§ 23. 24 


. G. L. 11, §§ 14, 15. 


" § 5, cl. 


1 . 


G. L. 4, § 7. cl. 2. 


" §25 . 


. S. 1905. 211. §5. 


" § 5, cU 


. 2-4 


G. L. 4, § 7. el3. 10-12. 


" § 26 . 


. S. 1905. 211, § 6; R. 1910, 


" § 5, els 


.5-8 


G. L. 4. § 7. els. 14-17. 




220, § 6. 


" § 5, cl. 


9 . 


S. 1911. 136. 


" §27 . 


. R. 1905, 211, § 13. 


" § 5, cl. 


10 


O. 


" § 28 . 


. S. 1917.277, §2. 


" § 5, cl. 


11 


Part G. L. 4, § 7, cl. 19 


" §§29,30 


. G. L. 29, §§ 19, 20. 






part O. 


" §31 . 


. S. 1905. 211, § 7. 


'• § 5, cl. 


12 


G. L. 4, §7, cl. 20; 44, §3. 


" § 32 . 


. O. 


" § 5, cl. 


13 


O. 


'■ § 33 . 


. G. L. 29, § 15. 


" § 5, els 


. 14-18 G. L. 4, § 7, els. 21-25. 


" §34 . 


. G. L. 29, § 17. 


■• § 5, els 


. 19-2 


G. h. 4, § 7. els. 29-31. 


" § 35 . 


. S. 1905, 369; R. 1908, 434, 


" § 5, els 


. 22. 23 G. L. 4, § 7, els. 33. 34. 




§ 2; 1914, 370, § 3. 


" § 5, els 


. 24. 25 G. L. 4. § 7. els. 37. 38. 


" § 36 . 


. G. L. 29, § 24. 


c. 9. § 1 




S. 1914, 449. § 1; R. 1914 


" §§ 37, 38 


. S. 1905, 211. §§S. 9. 






449. § 2. 


" §39 . 


. G. L. 29, § 22. 


" §2 




Part G. L. 5, § 3; part S. 


" § 40 . 


. S. 1905, 211, § 10. 






1908.443; 1909. 147. 


" §41 . 


. G. L. 29, § 27. 


■• §3 




S. 1908, 474. 


" §42 . 


. Part G. L. 29, § 30; part S. 


" §4 




R. 1918. 8. 




1907, 520, §§ 1-4. 


•• §5 




R. 1905. 211. § 13. 


" §43 . 


. Part G. L. 3, § 30; part 0. 


" §6 




S. 1902. 438, § 2; R. 1902 


" §§ 44, 45 


. G. L. 3, §§ 31, 32. 






438, § 7. 


" §46 . 


. S. 1903, 283, § 1. 


■• §7 




S. 1902, 269; 438, § 4 


'• §47 . 


. G. L. 3, § 34. 






1903, 390; 1904, 388. § 1 


" § 48 . 


. S. 1903, 283, § 2. 






410; 1905, 138, § 1; 275 


" § 49 . 


. G.L.3, §36; 6. §7; 30, §31. 






1908, 444; 459, § 1; 523 


" §§ 50, 51 


. G. L. 3, §§ 37. 38. 






§ 1; 1909, 67; 371, § 3 


" §52 . 


. PartG. L. 6, § 12; part 0. 






1910, 514, § 1; 1913, 329 


" § 53 . 


. G. L. 3, § 26. 






1914, 291. § 1; 374; 575 


" §§ 54-56 


. G. L. 30, §§ 25-27. 






1915. 149; 1918. 189, § 1 


•' §57 . 


. G. L. 30, § 41. 






R. 1902, 228. § 8; 438, § 7 


" § 58 . 


. G. L. 29, § 31. 






1905, 138. § 2; 1908, 459 


" § 59 . 


. S. 1906, 487, § 1; R. 1906, 






§ 3; 523, § 2; 1910, 514 




487, § 2. 








§ 2; 1918, 189, § 2. 



CXXIV 


DISPOSITION OF T 


c. 9, § 8 . . 


S. 1908, 422; 1914, 291, § 2; 




1918, 202. 


" §9 . . 


Part G. L. 5, § 10; part R. 




1919, 24. 


" § 10 . . 


G. L. 5, §§ 10, 11. 


'■ §§11,12. 


G. L. 5, §§ 14. 15. 


" § 13 . . 


S. 1919, 301, § 10. 


" § 14 . . 


Part G. L. 5, § 1; part S. 




1914, 399, § 3. 


" §15 . . 


G. L. 5, § 17. 


c. 10, §§ 1, 2 . 


G. L. 3, §§ 15, 16. 


■• §3 . . 


Part G. L. 3, § 17; part R. 




1919, 350, § 22; part O. 


" §4 . . 


Part G. L. 8, §§ 6, 9; part 




S. 1919. 350, § 18. 


" §5 . . 


S. 1920, 593. 


" §6 . . 


S. 1905, 218, § 1. 


" §7 . . 


O. 


" §8 . . 


G. L. 8, § 12. 


" §9 . . 


Part G. L. 8, § 4; part S. 




1919, 350, § 18. 


" § 10 . . 


S. 1903, 455. 


■• §11 . . 


S. 1903, 323; part R. 1911, 




115, §2. 


■• § 12 . . 


S. 1911, 115, § 1; R. 1911, 




115, §2. 


■■ §13 . . 


S. 1920, 346. 


" § 14 . . 


Part G. L. 3, § 18; part S. 




1903, 323; 1911, 115. § 1. 


'■ § 15 . . 


S. 1910, 154, § 1. 


" § 16 . . 


G. L. 8, § 13. 


" § 17 . . 


Part G. L. 8, § 7; part S. 




1919, 350, § 19. 


" §18 . . 


G. L. 8, § 14. 


" §§ 19, 20 . 


G. L. 8, §§ 15, 16. 


'■ §21 . . 


G. L. 8, §§ 17, 18. 


" §22 . . 


S. 1920, 354. 


" §23 . . 


G. L. 6, § 38. 


" §§ 24, 25 . 


G. L. 6, §§33, 34. 


" §26 . . 


S. 1910, 421, § 1; R. 1910, 




421, §3. 


" § 27 . . 


Part G. L. 6, § 36; part S. 




1905, 154; 1910, 421, § 2; 




part R. 1910, 421, § 3. 


" §28 . . 


G. L. 6, § 39. 


" §29 . . 


S. 1905, 154; 1910, 421, §2. 


" § 30 . . 


Part G. L. 6, § 37; part S. 




1910, 217, § 2. 


c. 11, §§1-421 . 


R. 1907, 560, § 456. 


" §1 . . 


S. 1907, 429, § 16; 560, § 1. 


" §§ 2-4 . 


S. 1907, 560, §§ 2-4. 


" §5 . . 


S. 1902, 384. 


" §6 . . 


S. 1907, 468. 


" §§7-14 . 


S. 1907, 560, §§ 7-14. 


" §15 . . 


S. 1907,429, § 2; 560, § 15; 




part R. 1903, 279, §§ 16, 




18. 


•' § 16 . . 


S. 1903, 279, §17; 1907. 560, 




§ 16. 


" §§ 17, 18 . 


S. 1907, 560, §§ 17, 18. 


" §19 . . 


S. 1903,430: 1907,560, §19. 


" §20 . . 


S. 1902, 90. 


" §§ 21-35 . 


S. 1907, 560, §§ 21-35. 


■* §36 . . 


S. 1907, 429, § 4; 560, § 36. 


" §§ 37^5 . 


S. 1907, 560, §§ 37-45. 


" §§ 46, 47 . 


.S. 1903,474, §§ 1,2. 


•' §§48-,50 . 


S. 1907,560, §§48-50. 


" §§ 51-53 . 


S. 1903, 474, §§ 3-5. 


" §§54-68 . 


S. 1907, 560, § § 54-68. 


" §§ 69-73 . 


S. 1907,560, §§78-82. 


" §74 . . 


S. 1905, 386, § 1; 1907, 560, 




§83. 


" §§ 75-83 . ' 


S. 1907, 560, §§ 84-92. 



§§ 85-87 
§§ 88, 89 
§90 . 
§§ 91-94 
§95 . 
§96 . 
§97 . 
§98 . 
§§99-102 
§ 103 . 
§ 104 . 
§ 105 . 

§§ 106, 107 
§ 108 . . 
§ 109 . . 
§§ 110-116 
§ 117 . . 
§ 118 . . 
§ 119 . . 
§ 120 . . 
§§ 121-127 
§ 128 . . 
§ 129 . . 
§ 130 . . 
§ 131 . . 
§§ 132-136 
§ 137 . . 
§ 138 . . 

§§ 139-141 
§ 142 . . 
§§ 143, 144 
§ 145 . . 
§ 146 . . 
§§ 147, 148 
§ 149 . . 
§ 150 . . 
§§ 151, 152 
§§ 153-161 
§ 162 . . 
§§ 163-170 
§171 . . 
§ 172 . . 

§ 173 . . 

§ 174 . . 
§ 175 . . 

§§ 176-185 
§ 186 . . 
§ 187 . . 
§ 188 . . 

§§ 189-191 
§ 192 . . 
§§ 193, 194 
§§ 195, 196 
§ 197 . . 
§§ 198-203 
§ 204 . . 
§§ 205-208 
§ 209 . . 
§§210-212 
§213 . . 
§ 214 . . 

§§ 215-225 
§226 . . 
§§ 227-230 
§ 231 . . 



S. 1902, 225. 

S. 1907, 560, §§ 94-96. 

S. 1907, 560, §§ 98, 99. 

S. 1903, 474, § 6. 

S. 1907, 560, §§ 101-104. 

S. 1907, 560, § 108. 

S. 1902, 506. 

S. 1907, 560, § 110. 

S. 1907, 330. 

S. 1907, 560, §§ 112-115. 

vSpecial. 

S. 1907, 560, § 116. 

S. 1906, 444, § 2; 1907. 560. 

§ 117. 
S. 1907, 560, §§ 118, 119. 
S. 1903, 474. § 7. 
S. 1904, 275; 1907. 560, § 121. 
S. 1907, 560, §§ 122-128. 
S. 1907, 560, §§ 130, 150. 
.S. 1907, 560, §§ 131. 150. 
vS. 1904, 201. 

S. 1907. 560. §§ 133, 150. 
S. 1907, 560, §§ 134-140. 
Special. 

S. 1907. 560, § 141. 
.S. 1906. 444. § 3. 
S. 1907, 560. § 143. 
S. 1907. 560. §§ 161-165. 
S. 1903. 474. § 8. 
Part S. 1903. 453; 1907. 560. 

§ 105. 
S. 1907. 560. §§ 167-169. 
S. 1907. 560, § 171. 
S. 1906, 444. §§ 4. 5. 
1907, 560. § 174. 
S. 1907.429, §7; 560. § 175. 
S. 1907. 560. §§ 176. 177. 
S. 1905, 386, § 3. 
S. 1907. 560. § 179. 
S. 1905, 386, §§ 4, 5. 
S. 1907, 560. §§ 182-190. 
S. 1906. 444. § 6. 
S. 1907. 560. §§ 192-199. 
S. 1902. 157. 
S. 1903, 454, § 9; 1907. 560. 

§201. 
S. 1903, 454, § 9; 1905. 386. 

§7. 
S. 1907. 560. § 203. 
S. 1903, 454. §9; 1905. 386. 

§8. 
S. 1907, 560. §§ 205-214. 
S. 1906. 311. 
S. 1907. 560. § 216. 
S. 1903. 368, § 2; 1907. 560. 

§§ 217. 224. 
S. 1907. 560. §§ 218-220. 
S. 1905. 313. § 1. 
S. 1907. 560. §§221.222. 
S. 1907. 560, §§ 229, 230. 
S. 1907. 429. § 8; 560. § 231. 
S. 1907, 560, §§ 232-237. 
S. 1907, 429. § 9. 
S. 1907. 560. §§ 239-242. 
S. 1907,429. §10; 560, §243. 
S. 1907, 560. §§ 244-246. 
S. 1905. Ill ; 1907. 560, § 247. 
S. 1907, 429. § 11; 560. 

§§ 243. 248. 
S. 1907. 560, §§ 249-259. 
R. 1907, 429, § 12. 
S. 1907. 560. §§ 260-263. 
S. 1903. 474. § 9. 



DISPOSITION OF THE REVISED LAWS. 



c 


11, § 232 . . 


. S. 1907, 560, § 265. 


c. 12, § 23 . 


. . S. 1902, .342, § 1; 1903,437, 




■• § 233 . . 


. S. 1903, 474, § 10. 




§71; 1909.440. §2; 490. 




" §§ 234-236 


. S. 1907, 560, §§ 267-269. 




I, § 23. 




" § 237 . . 


. S. 1906,444, §10; 1907, 560, 


" §§ 24-40 


. S. 1909, 490, I, §§ 24-40. 






§270. 


" §41 . 


. . S. 1903. 157. 




" §§ 23S-240 


. S. 1907, 560, §§ 271-273. 


" §§ 42-48 


. . S. 1909. 490, I, §§42-48. 




" § 241 . . 


. S. 1903,474, § 11. 


" § 49 . 


. . R. 1902, 111. 




" §§ 242-266 


. S. 1907, 560, §§ 275-299. 


" §§ 50-53 


. . S. 1909, 490, I, §§ 49-52. 




" §267 . . 


. S. 1903,474, §12; 1906,444, 


" § 54 . 


. . S. 1908, 589, § 5. 






§ 11; 1907, 560, §300. 


" §§ 55, 56 


. S. 1909, 490, I, §§ 54, 55. 




' §§ 268, 269 


S. 1907, 560, §§ 301, 302. 


" §57 . 


. . S. 1908, 387, § 1. 




' § 270 . . 


. S. 1903, 368, §§1, 2, 4; 1907, 
560, § 224. 


" § 58 . 


. S. 1907,181; 1908,314; 387, 
§ 2; 1909, 490, I, § 57. 




' §271 . . 


S. 1907, 560, § 225. 


•■ § 59 . 


. . S. 1909, 490, I, § 58. 




' § 272 . . 


S. & R. 1903, 368, § 3. 


" §§ 60, 61 


. S. 1908. 314; 1909, 490, I, 




' § 273 . . 


S. 1905, 313, § 2. 




§§ 59, 60. 




' §§ 274-278 


S. 1907, 560, §§ 303-307. 


" § 62 . 


. S. 1909, 490. I, § 61. 




' §279 . . 


S. 1902,544, §2; 1907, 560, 
§ 308. 


" § 63 . 


. S. 1908, 314; 1909. 490. I. 
§62. 




' §§ 280-284 


S. 1907, 560, §§ 309-313. 


" §§ 64-83 


. S. 1909. 490, I. §§ 63-82. 




' §285 . . 


S. 1904, 3S0, §§ 1, 2; 1907, 


" § 84 . 


. S. 1902, 91. 






560, § 314. 


" §§ 85-92 


. S. 1909, 490, I. §§ 85-92. 




' § 286 . . 


S. 1907, 560, § 315. 


" § 93 . 


. S. 1904, 181. 




' §§ 287, 288 


S. 1904.380, §§ 2, 3. 


'■ § 94 . 


. S. 1908, 314; 1909, 490. I, 




' § 289 . . 


S. 1907, 560, § 317. 




§94. 




' §§ 290-293 


S. 1907, 560, §§ 321-324. 


" §§ 95, 96 


. S. 1909, 490, I, §§ 95, 96. 




' §§ 294-296 


S. 1907,560, §§318-320. 


•• §97 . 


. S. 1909, 490, I, § 97; R. 




' §§ 297-299 


S. 1904, 375, §§ 1-3. 




1918. 257. § 40. 




• §300 . . 


R. 1904, 375, § 4. 


" §§ 98-100 


. S. 1909. 490. I, §§ 98-100. 




' §301 . . 


S. 1904, 375, § 5. 


" § 101 . 


. S. 1909. 449; 490, I, § 101. 




' §§ 302-304 


S. 1907, 560, §§ 330-332. 


c. 13, §§ 1-12 


. S. 1909, 490, II, §§ 1-12. 




' §305 . . 


S. 1904, 375, § 6. 


•■ §13 . 


. S. 1907, 427; 1909, 490. II. 




' §§ 306-319 


S. 1907, 560, §§334-347. 




§13. 




' § 320 . . 


S. 1906, 76. 


" §§ 14-19 


. S. 1909. 490, II, §§ 14-19. 




' §§ 321-323 


S. 1907, 560, §§ .349-351. 


•• §§ 20-42 


. S. 1909, 490, II, §§ 21-43. 




' § 324 . . 


S. 1905, 386, § 9. 


" §43 . 


. S. 1902, 423. 




' §§ 325-367 


S. 1907, 560, §§353-395. 


" § 44 . 


. S. 1909, 259. 




' §§ 368-379 


S. 1907,560, §§ 398-409. 


" §§45-57 


. S. 1909, 490. II. §§ 46-58. 




' §380 . . 


S. 1906, 444, § 13. 


" § 58 . 


. S. 1905,325, § 1; 1909, 490, 




' §§ 381-384 


S. 1907, 560, §§411-414. 




II, § 59. 




' §385 . . 


S. 1904, 310, § 1. 


" §59 . 


. S. 1909, 490, II, § 60. 




' §§ 386, 387 


S. 1907, 560, §M16, 417. 


" §§ 60, 61 


. S. 1902, 443. 




' §388 . . 


S. 1903,279, §14; 1907,560, 


" §§ 62-74 


. S. 1909, 490, II, §§ 63-75. 






§419. 


" §75 . 


. S. 1905, 325, § 3. 




■ § 389 . . 


S. 1903, 279, § 15; 1907, 560, 


" §§ 76-79 


. S. 1909, 490, II, §§ 77-80. 






§420. 


" § 80 . 


. S. 1908, 247. 




' § 390 . . 


S. 1904, 310, § 2. 


" §§81-87 


. S. 1909, 490, II, §§ 83-89. 




' §§ 391-398 


S. 1907, 560, §§ 42.3-430. 


c. 14, § 1 . 


. S. 1907, 564. § 1. 




' §§ 399H101 


S. 1907, 560, §§432-434. 


•• §2 . 


. S. 1904. 99. 




' §§ 402-419 


S. 1907, 560, §§ 436-^53. 


■■ §3 . 


. S. 1909, 490, III, § 3. 




' §420 . . 


S. 1904, 375, § 7. 


•• §4 . 


. S. 1906, 271, § 1; part R. 




' §421 . . 


S. 1903, 318. 




1908, 468. 




' §422 . . 


S. 1912,674, §§1,2; R. 1912, 


" §5 . 


. S. 1908, 433. 






674, § 3. 


•• §§6,7 


. R. 1908, 468. 




' §423 . . 


S. 1906, 497, §§ 12-20. 


•■ §8 . 


. S. 1909, 490, III, § 8. 




' §424 . . 


S. 1906, 497, §§ 1-10. 


" §§9-16 


. S. 1909,490, III. §§ 11-18. 




' §425 . . 


S. 1906, 497, § 22. 


" §17 . 


. S. 1906. 271, § 2. 




' § 426 . . 


S. 1906, 298, § 2; R. 1907, 


" § 18 . 


. S. 1909, 490, III. § 20. 






560, § 456. 


" §§ 19, 20 


. S. 1906.271, §§3,4. 


c. 


12, §§1-3 . 


S. 1909, 490, I, §§ 1-3. 


" §21 . 


. S. 1909, 490, III, § 23. 




• §4 . . 


S. 1909.490, I, §4; part R. 


" §22 . 


. S. 1906, 271, § 5. 






1902. 374. § 4. 


" §23 . 


. S. 1909, 490, III, § 25. 




' §5 . . 


S. 1909, 490, I, § 5. 


" §24 . 


. S. 1903. 307. 




' §6 . . 


S. 1908, 120. 


" §§ 25-31 


. S. 1909.490. III. §§ 27-33. 




' §§ 7-9 . 


S. 1902. 374; R. 1902, 375. 


■' § 32 . 


. S. 1906. 271. § 6. 




' §§ 10, 11 . 


S. 1909, 490. I. §§ 8. 9. 


" § 33 . 


. S. 1906, 271. § 8. 




' §12 . . 


S. 1903. 161. 


" §34 . 


. S. 1909. 490. III. § 36. 




' §§13, 14 . 


S. 1909. 440, § 2; 490, §§ 13, 


" § 35 . 


. S. 1908, 520, § 12. 






14. 


" § 36 . 


. S. 1909, 490, III, § 38. 




■ §15 . . 


S. 1902, 113. 


" §37 . 


. S. 1902, 342, § 2; 1903, 437, 




' § 16 . . 


S. 1909, 490. I, § 16. 




§48; 1906,463, II, § 211, 




' §17 . . 


S. 1902, 112. 




III, §125; 516, §14; 1909, 




' §§ 18-22 . 


S. 1909, 490, I, §§ 18-22. 




490, III, § 40. 



DISPOSITION OF THE REVISED LAWS. 



c. 14, |§ 38, 39 

" §40 . 

" §41 . 

" §42 . 

" §§ 4.3-47 

" § 48 . 

" § 49 . 

" § 50 . 

" §§51,52 

" § 53 . 

" § 54 . 

" § 55 . 

" § 56 . 

" § 57 . 

" § 58 . 

" § 59 . 

" § 60 . 

" §61 . 

" § 62 . 

" § 63 . 

" § 64 . 

" § 65 . 

" § 66 . 

'■ §67 . 



§1 . 
§2 . 
§3 . 
§4 . 
§§5,6 
§7 . 
§§8-10 
§11 . 
§§ 12-15 
§ 16 . 
§17 . 
§§ 18-20 

§§ 1-13 
§ 14 . 
§§ 15-22 
§23 . 
§§ 24, 25 
§26 . 
§§ 27-29 
§30 . 
§31 . 
§§ 32-36 
§§ 37-54 
§55 . 
§56 . 
§57 . 
§§ 58-77 
§78 . 



S. 1902, 342, §§ 3, 4. 

S. 1903,437, §74; 1906, 271, 

§9. 
S. 1906, 463, III, § 130; R. 

1906, 463, III, § 158. 
S. 1902, 342, § 5. 
S. 1906, 463, III, §§ 133-137; 

R. 1906, 463, III, § 158. 
S. 1909, 490, III, § 52. 
R. 1903, 437, § 95. 
Part S. 1903, 437, § 75; R. 

1903, 437, § 95. 
R. 1903, 437, § 95. 
S. 1909, 490, III, § 53. 
S. 1903,437, §77; 1906, 271, 

§ 10. 
S. 1903,437, §49; 1908,318. 
S. 1903, 437, § 79; 1909, 490, 

III, § 60. 
S. 1903, 437, § 78; 1909, 490, 

III, §61. 
S. 1903, 437, §§ 50, 78; 1909, 

490. Ill, § 58. 
S. 1909, 490, III, § 59. 
S. 1903, 437, § 80; 1909, 490, 

III, § 63. 
S. 1903,437, §86; 1906,463, 

II, § 216, III, § 131; 516, 

§ 20; 1909,490, III, §64. 
S. 1903, 437, § S7; 1906, 463, 

II, §217, III, §132; 516, 
§21; 1909, 490, III, §65. 

S. 1903,4.37, § 81; 1909,490, 

III, § 66. 

S. 1909, 490, III, § 67. 

S. 1903, 437, § 82; 1909, 490, 

III, § 68. 
S. 1903, 437, § 83; 1909, 490, 

III, § 69. 
S. 1903, 437, § 84; 1906, 349. 
S. 1903, 437, § 85; 1909, 490, 

III, §71. 
R. 1903, 437, § 95. 
Part R. 1907, 563, § 26. 
S. 1905, 470, § 1. 
Part S. 1907, 563, § 4. 
S. 1907, 563, § 8. 
S. 1907, 563, § 4. 
S. 1907, 563, §§ 9, 10. 
S. 1907, 563, § 9. 
S. 1907, 563, §§ 12-14. 
O. 

S. 1907, 563, §§ 1&-18. 
S. 1905, 367. 
S. 1903, 248. 
S. 1907, 563, §§ 22-24. 
R. 1905, 465, § 194. 
S. 1905, 465, §§ 1-13. 
S. 1902, 336. 
S. 1905, 465, §§ 15-22. 
S. 1905, 465, §§ 23, 31. 
S. 1905, 465, §§ 24, 25. 
S. 1905, 465, §§ 27, 32. 
S. 1905,465, §§28-.30. 
S. 1903,377; 1905,465, §31. 
S. 1905,465, §§33,70. 
S. 1905,465, §§35-39. 
S. 1905, 465, §§ 41-58. 
S. 1905, 465, §§ 57, 59. 
S. 1905, 46.5, § 60. 
S. 1905, 465, §§ 61, 62. 
S. 1905, 465, §§ 63-82. 
S. 1904, 231, § 1. 



16, §§ 79-81 . 
•• §82 . . 
" §§83-111 
" §§ 113-117 
" § 118 . . 



§ 119 



§§ 120-124 
§§ 125-138 
§ 1.39 . . 
§§ 140-146 
§ 147 . . 
§§ 148-173 
§§ 174-179 
§ 180 



181 



17, §1 
" §§2 
'■ §4 
" §5. 
•• §6 
" §7 



" § 12 

c. IS, § 1 

" §§2,3 

'■ §4 

" §5 

•• §6 

" §§ 7-10 

" §§11. 

" § 13 

" § 14 

" §15 

" § 16 

" §§ 17. 

c. 19, § 1 



185 



12 



18 



§3 
§4 
§5 



§7 



§§10, 

§12 

§ 13 

§14 

§15 

§ 16 

§17 

§18 

§ 19 

§20 

§21 
§22 
§23 
§24 

§25 
§§26, 
§28 
§29 



S. 1905,465, §§84-86. 
S. 1902, 158. 
S. 1905, 465, §§ 88-116. 
S. 190.5, 465, §§ 117-121. 
S. 1903,457, § 1; 1905,465, 

§§122, 123; partR. 1903, 

457, § 3. 
S. 1903, 457, § 2; 1905, 465, 

§§ 122, 123; part R. 1903, 

457, § 3. 
S. 1905,465, §§ 124-128. 
S. 1905, 465, §§ 131-144. 
S. 1903, 247. 
S. 1905, 465, §§ 146-152. 
S. 1904, 226. 
S. 1905, 465, §§ 154-179. 
S. 1905, 465, §§ 181-186. 
S. 1902, 493. 
S. 1905, 465, §§ 189-193. 
G. L. 222, § 1. 
R. 1918, 257, § 82. 
G. L. 222, § 10. 
PartG. L. 222, §2; part O. 
G. L. 222, § 2. 
Special. 
G. L. 222, § 3. 
S. 1918, 257, §§ 83-85. 
G. L. 222, § 7. 
S. 1918, 257. § 86. 
G. L. 30, §§ 9, 10. 
G. L. 30, § 4. 
R. 1918, 257, § 88. 
S. 1910, 452. 
G. L. 30, §§ 11-14. 
G. L. 30, §§ 21, 22. 
S. 1903, 229, § 1. 
R. 1903, 229, § 2. 
S. 1918, 257, § 89. 
S. 1904, 295. 
G. L. 30, §§ 19, 20. 
S. 1906, 159. 
Part G. L. 13, § 3; part S. 

1907, 454, § 1; 1916, 297. 

§ 2; 1919, 350, § 66; part 

R. 1907, 454, I 2. 
G. L. 31, § 32. 
G. L, 13, § 6. 
S. 1902, 308. 
Part G. L. 31, § 3; part S. 

1919, 3.50, §66; part O. 
G. L. 31, § 3. 
G. L. 31, § 7. 
G. L. 31, §§4, 5. 
Special. 
S. 1911, 119. 
S. 1911, 63. 
G. L. 31, § 11. 
S. 1918, 257, § 92. 
S. 1912, 212. 
G. L. 31, § 17. 
G. L. 31, § 16. 
G. L. 31, §§ 15, 18. 
Part G. L. 31, §§ 21, 22; 

part S. 1919, 150, § 1. 
S. 1902, 413. 
G. L. 31, § 22. 
S. 1905, 150. 
PartG. L. 31, §3; 41, §112; 

part S. 1919, 150, § 3. 
S. 1918, 160, § 1. 
G. L. 55, §§ 11, 12. 
G. L. 55, § 15. 
G. L. 55, § 13. 



DISPOSITION OF THE REVISED LAWS. 



c. 


19, § 30 . . 


G. L. .55, § 30. 


c. 21, § 43 . . 


G. L. 35, § 40. 




' §31 . . 


G. L. 55, § 14. 


" § 44 . . 


G. L. 35, § 42. 




■ §32 . . 


G. L. 55, § 29. 


•■ §45 . . 


S. 1919, 350, §§ 52-54. 




' §33 . . 


S. 1917, 17. 


•' §46 . . 


S. 1912, 406. 




' §34 . . 


S. 1910, 359. 


•■ §47 . . 


G. L. 35, §§ 18, 44. 




' §35 . . 


G. L. 31, §51; 56, §61. 


'■ §48 . . 


S. 1911,35. 




' §36 . . 


S. 1902, 544, § 3. 


" §§ 49, 50 . 


G. L. 35, §§ 46, 47. 




• §37 . . 


G. L. 31, § 48. 


c. 22, §§1-6 . 


G. L. .36, § 1. 


c. 


20, § 1 . . 


G. L. 34, § 1. 


•■ §7 . . 


S. 1902, 544, § 5. 




■ §§2,3 . 


G. L. 34, § 2. 


" §§8,9 . 


G. L. 36, § 4. 




' §4 . . 


G. L. 34, § 14. 


" §§ 10-15 . 


G. L. 36, §§ 8-13. 




' §5 . . 


G. L. 34, § 3. 


■• §§ 16, 17 . 


G. L. 36, § 14. 




' §§6.7 . 


Part G. L. 34. § 3; part O. 


" §§ 18, 19 . 


G. L. 36, § 15. 




' §§S, 9 . 


Part R. 1911, 5S1, §4; part 


'■ §§20,21 . 


G. L. 36, §§ 16, 17. 






Special. 


" §22 . . 


G. L. 36, § 20; 262, § 38. 




■ § 10 . . 


G. L. 34, § 1. 


" §§ 23, 24 . 


G. L. 36, §§ 22, 23. 




• §11 . . 


R. 191S, 257, § 137. 


" §§25-30 . 


G. L. 36, §§ 25-30. 




■ §§ 12,13 . 


G. L. 34, § 4. 


■• §31 . . 


S. 1902, 422. 




' § 14 . . 


S. 1002, 411; 544, §4. 


" §32 . . 


S. 1904,452, §§1,2; part R. 




' §15 . . 


O. 




1904, 452, § 3. 




' §§ 16, 17 . 


S. 1908, 431, §§ 1, 2. 


■' §33 . . 


Part G. L. 36, § 38; part S. 




• § 18 . . 


G. L. 34, § 10. 




1904. 452, § 1. 




' §19 . . 


S. 1908. 431, § 3. 


" §34 . . 


G. L. 36, § 39. 




' §§20,21 . 


G. L. 34, § 12. 


c. 23, §§ 1, 2 . 


G. L. 37, §§ 2, 3. 




§ 22 . 


G. L. 34, § 13. 


" §3 . . 


PartG. L. 37, § 4; part 0. 




' §23 . . 


G. L. 220, § 7. 


" §4 . . 


S. 1918, 257, § 144. 




' §§ 24-26 . 


G. L. 34, §§ 14-16. 


" §§ 5-10 . 


G. L. 37, §§ 5-10. 




' §27 . . 


Part G. L. 34, § 17; part S. 


•' §11 . . 


G. L. 37, § 2. 






191S, 257, § 1.38. 


" §§12,13. 


Part G. L. 37, §§ 11, 12; 




' §28 . . 


PartG. L. 34, § 14; part 0. 




part O. 




' §§29,30 . 


G. L. 34, § 18. 


" §§ 14-17 . 


G. L. 37, §§ 13-16. 




' §§31,32 . 


G. L. 34, § 19. 


" §18 . . 


Part G. L. 37, § 19; part S. 




' §33 . . 


Part G. L. 34, § 4; part 
Special. 




1902,359; 436; 1906,233; 
1907,254; 1908,397; 442; 




§34 . . 


G. L. 34, §§ 4, 7. 




446; 1912,548; 1913, 4S1; 




§35 . . 


G. L. 34, § 20. 




1918, 257, § 146; 1919, 




' §36 . . 


G. L. 34, § 22. 




287. 


c. 


21, §1 . . 


G. L. 35, § 3. 


" § 19 . . 


Part G. L. 37, § 20; part S. 




§2 . . 


Part G. L. 35, § 7; part S. 




1919, 287, §§3,4. 






1904, 451, § 1; part R. 


" §§ 20,21 . 


G. L. 37, §§ 22, 23. 






1904, 451, § 5. 


c. 24, § 1 . . 


G. L. 38, § 1. 




• §3 . . 


S. 1905, 322; 332; 1906. 
398, §1; 1908,352; 1912, 
298; 1919, 177, § 1; R. 
1906, 39X, § 2; 1909, 283, 


•■ §2 . . 


Part G. L. 38, § 1 ; part S. 
1908, 135, § 1; 1911,365; 
1913, 335; 1915, 278; 
part R. 1908, 135, § 2. 






§2; 1919, 177, §2. 


" §3 . . 


G. L. 38, § 2. 




§4 . . 


S. 1915, 51. 


■• §4 . ^ 


S. 1914, 637. 




§§5,6 . 


G. L. 35, § 1. 


" §§5,6 . 


G. L. 38, §§ 3, 4. 




• §§7-13 . 


G. L. 35, §§ 9-15. 


•• §7 . . 


S. 1908, 424. 




§14 . . 


G. L. 35, §§ 16, 18. 


" §8 . . 


G. L. 38, §§ 6, 7. 




■ §15 . . 


G. L. 35, § 17. 


•■ §9 . . 


G. L. 3S, § 6. 




' § 16 . . 


G. L. 35, § 19. 


" § 10 . . 


S. 1909, 273, § 1. 




• §17 . . 


G. L. 35, S 10. 


" §11 . . 


S. 1904, 119. 




§§ IS, 19 . 


G. L. 35, §§ IS, 19. 


•• §12 . . 


S. 1918, 257, § 148. 




§20 . . 


S. 1918, 257, § 139. 


•• §13 . . 


G. L. 38, § 10. 




' §21 . . 


G. L. 35, § 21. 


•• §14 . . 


S. 1912, 496. 




■ §22 . . 


S. 1911, 36. 


'■ §15 . . 


G. L. 38, § 12. 




■ §23 . . 


G. L. 35, § 24. 


" §§ 16,17 . 


G. L. 38, § 13. 




' §24 . . 


G. L. 35, §§ 18, 25. 


" § 18 . . 


G. L. 38, § 8. 




■ §25 . . 


G. L. 35, §§ 18, 26. 


" §19 . . 


G. L. 38, § 6. 




• §26 . . 


G. L. 35, §§ 18, 27. 


" §§ 20, 21 . 


G. L. 38, §§ 14, 15. 




' §27 . . 


G. L. 35, §§ IS, 28. 


" §22 . . 


S. 1920, 18S. 




' §28 . . 


G. L. 35, §§ 18, 29. 


" §23 . . 


G. L. 38, § 17. 




' §29 . . 


G. L. 35, § 30. 


" §§24.25. 


G. L. 3S, § 18. 




' §§30,31 . 


G. L. 35, § 31. 


•' §§ 26, 27 . 


G. L. 38, §§ 19, 20. 




' §§ 32-35 . 


G. L. 35, §§ 32-35. 


" §28 . . 


R. 1917, 326, § 2. 




' §36 . . 


R. 1918, 257, § 141. 


" §§ 29, 30 . 


G. L. 38, §§21, 22. 




• §37 . . 


G. L. 35, § IS. 


C.25, §§ 1-11 . 


G. L. 42, §§ 1-11. 




' §38 . . 


G. L. 35, § 36. 


•■ §12 . . 


G. L. 40, § 2. 




' § 39 . . 


S. 1914, 386. 


•• §13 . . 


.S. 1920, 591, § 11. 




' §40 . . 


S. 1918, 257, § 142. 


" §14 . . 


Part G. L. 40, §§ 4, 41; part 




' §41 . . 


G. L. 35, § 40. 




S. 1902, 544, § 6. 




' §42 . . 


PartG. L. 35, §41; part O. 


" § 15 (prelim. " 


) G. L. 40, § 5 (prelim. H). 



CXXVIU 




DISPOSITION OF T 


IE REVISE 


D L 


.\WS. 




c. 


25, § 15, subs. 


1-9 


G. L. 40, § 5, subs. 1-9. 


c. 25, § 76 




. G. L. 41, § 39. 






§15, subs. 


10 . 


S. 1915, 145, § 7; R. 1915, 
145, § 13. 


'■ §77 

" §78 




. S. 1916, 131. § 1. 
. G. L. 41, § 38. 






§ 15, subs. 


11 . 


S. 1913, 62. 


" §§79 


80 


. G. L. 41, §§ 50, 51. 






1 15, subs. 


12 . 


S. 1903. 116; 1910, 90. 


" §81 




. S. 1917, 344, IV, § 10 


R. 




§ 15, subs. 


13 . 


G. L. 40, § 5, subs. 13. 






1917, 344, VIII, § 1. 






§ 15, subs. 


14 . 


G. L. 40, § 5, subs. 2. 


" §82 




. R. 1917, 344, VIII, § 1. 






I 15, subs 


15, 




" §83 




. S. 1917, 344, IV. § 12 


R. 




16 




G. L. 40, § 5, subs. 14, 15. 






1917, 344, VIII, § 1. 






§ 15, subs. 


17 , 


G. L. 40, § 5, subs. 17. 


'■ §84 




. G. L. 41. § 65. 






' § 15, subs 


18, 




" §§ 85. 


86 


. S. 1917. 344. IV, §§ 13 


14- 




19 




G. L. 40, § 5, subs. IS. 






R. 1917, 344, VIII, § 


1. 




§15, subs. 


20 ! 


G. L. 40, § 5, subs. 30. 


" §87 




. O. 






§ 16 . 




R. 1915, 145, § 13. 


" §§ 88. 


89 


. G. L. 41, § 92. 






' §17 . 




G. L. 40, § 11. 


" §§ 90, 


91 


. G. L. 41, §§93. 94. 






' § 18 . 




S. 1908, 91. 


•' §§92, 


93 


. G. L. 41, § 95. 






' §19 . 




G. L. 44. § 55. 


" §94 




. G. L. 41. §§96.98. 






' §20 . 




Part G. L. 40, § 12; part O. 


" §95 




. S. 1920, 591, § 8. 






' §21 . 




G. L. 40. § 12. 


•' §96 




. G. L. 41, §4. 






• §22 . 




S. 1908. 452. 


■' §97 




. R. 1918, 291, § 12. 






' §23 . 




Part G. L. 40, § 21 ; part S. 
1920. 591. § 3. 


" §98 
" §99 




. G. L. 40, § 46. 
. S. 1920. 591, § 12. 






' §24 . 




S. 1920. 591. § 9. 


■■ § 100 




. G. L. 40, § 53. 






' §25 . 




G. L. 40, § 31. 


" § 101 




. R. 1918, 257, § 149. 






' §26 . 




S. 1904, 344. § 1. 


e. 26. § 1 




. G. L. 40. § 1. 






§27 . 




S. 1907. 117. § 1; R. 1907, 
117, §3. 


" §2 
■■ §3 




. G.L.39. §1; 40, §1; 41 
. G. L. 39, § 1. 


§3. 




' §28 . 




G. L. 40, § 47. 


" §4 




. G. L. 40, § 47. 






' §29 . 




S. 1918, 291, §4. 


" §5 




. G. L. 40, § 38. 






' §30 . 




G. L. 40, § 50. 


•■ §6 




. G. L. 166, § 25. 






' §31 . 




G. L. 40, § 38. 


" §7 




. G. L. 39, § 3. 






§32 . 




Part G. L. 44. § 8; part S. 
1913. 719. § 6. subs. 2. 


" §s 

•• §9 




. G. L. 39, § 1. 
. G. L. 39, § 4. 






' §33 . 




G. L. 40. § 39. 


" § 10 




. 0. 






• §34 . 




G. L. 40. § 38. 


'• §11 




. G. L. 39, § 2. 






§35 . 




S. 1902, 361. 


•■ §§12 


13 


. G. L. 41. §91. 






' §36 . 




S. 1918, 257, § 187, subs. 3. 


" §14 




. Special. 






§37 . 




S. 1918. 257. § 1S7, subs. 6, 
14, 16. 38. 


•• §15 




. Part G. L. 41, § 12; 

Special. 


part 




. §38 . 




G. L. 40. § 40. 


" § 16 




. G. L. 41, § 18. 






•^ §39 . 




S. 1918. 291. § 5. 


•• §17 




. G. L. 41, § 108. 






' §§40,41 




G. L. 40. §§ 35. 36. 


" §18 




. G. L. 40. § 24. 






' §42 . 




G. L. 40, §§ 34, 35. 


" §19 




. S. 1906. 210. § 1. 






' §43 . 




G. L. 40, § 37. 


" §20 




. S. 1920, 591, § 13. 






' §44 . 




G. L. 40, § 44. 


•■ §21 




. S. 1910, 261. 






• §45 . 




S. 1918, 291, § 6. 


" §22 




. G. L. 41, § 110. 






' §46 . 




R. 1918, 291, § 7. 


■• §23 




. G. L. 40, § 5, el. 1. 






' §47 . 




S. 1918, 291, § 8. 


•• §24 




. G. L. 40, § 8. 






' §48 . 




S. 1918, 257, § 187, subs. 3. 


" §25 




. G. L. 40, § 16. 






• §49 . 




S. 1918, 257, § 187, subs. 14. 


■■ §26 




. S. 1914, 198. § 3. 






' §50 , 




G. L. 40, § 15. 


" §27 




. G. L. 40. § 18. 






• §51 . 




G. L. 40, § 5, subs. 24. 


■■ §28 




. S. 1915. 2. 






' §§ 52, 53 




G. L. 166, § 24. 


■■ §§29 


30 


. G. L. 39. § 5. 






' §54 . 




G. L. 166. § 25. 


" §§31- 


-34 


. G. L. 39, § 6. 






' §55 . 




S. 1918. 291, §9. 


" §§35 


36 


. G. L. 39. §§ 7. 8. 






' § 56 . 




G. L. 166, § 23. 


" §37 




. G. L. 143. § 2. 






' §57 . 




S. 1909. 514, § 22; R. 1909, 


" §38 




. G. L. 40, § 23. 










514, § 145. 


" §39 




. Part G. L. 41, §§ 3. 


36; 




' §58 . 




G. L. 40, § 45. 






part 0. 






' §§59,60 




G. L. 41, § 15. 


■' §40 




. G. L. 40. § 35. 






' § 61 . 




G. L. 41, § 16. 


c. 27, § 1 




. S. 1913, 719, § 7. 






' §62 . 




S. 1918, 291, § 11. 


■■ §2 




. Part G. L. 44, § 3; part 0. 




' §§ 63, 64 




G. L. 41, § 15. 


" §§3,4 


. S. 1913, 719, § 12. 






' §§ 65-67 




G. L. 41, §20. 


" §5 




. S. 1908, 341, § 2. 






' § 68 , 




G. L. 41, § 29. 


'• §§ 6, 


r 


. S. 1913, 719, §§3,4. 






' § 69 . 




S. 1909,517, §3. 


■• §8 




. G. L. 44, §§ 2, 8. 






■ §70 . 




G. L. 41. § 28. 


" §9 




. S. 1913.719, §8. 






' §71 . 




G. L. 41. §§ 33. 34. 


" §10 




. S. 1908, 250, § 1. 






' §72 . 




S. 1920. 591. § 6. 


■' §11 




. S. 1903, 375. 






' §73 . 




PartG. L. 41. § 36; part S. 
1904, 277, § 2. 


" §12 
" §13 




. 0. 

. S. 1908, 341, § 1. 






• §74 . 




S. 1904. 277. § 1. 


■' §14 




. G. L. 41, § 44. 






' §75 . 




G. L. 41. § 37. 


" §§ 15 


16 


. G. L. 44, §§48,49. 





DISPOSITION OF THE REVISED LAWS. 



C.27, §17 




. S. 1913, 719, § 13. 




c. 32, § 9 . . 


■• §18 




. Part G. L. 44, § 50 


part S. 


" § 10 . . 






1913, 719, §§ 9, 15. 


" §§11,12. 


■■ §19 




. Part G. L. 44, § 51 ; 


part O. 


" §13 . . 


■■ §20 




. G. L. 44, § 14. 






" §21 




. S. 1913, 719, § 11. 




" §§ 14, 15 . 


" §§22 


23 


. O. 




" § 16 . . 


" §24 




. PartG. L. 44, §57; 


part O. 


■' §17 . . 


" §25 




. PartG. L. 44, § 21; 


part O. 




" §26 




. S. 1913, 719, § 21. 




" §18 . . 


c. 28, § 1 




. S. 1902, 544, § 7. 






■■ §2 




. G. L. 45, §§3, 5. 




" § 19 . . 


■' §3 




. G. L. 45, § 4. 




" § 20 . . 


" §4 




. PartG. L. 45, §5; 


part 0. 


" §21 . . 


■' §5 




. O. 




" §22 . . 


•■ §6 




. G. L. 45, § 4. 






" §7 




. PartG. L. 45, §3; 


part 0. 


" §23 . . 


•■ §8 




. O. 




■' §24 . . 


" §9 




. PartG. L. 45, §3; 


part O. 




" § 10 




. S. 1908, 341, § 3. 




" §25 . . 


'■ §11 




. Part G. L. 45, § 7; 


part S. 


" §§26-32 . 






1918, 257, § 187, 


subs. 5. 


" § 33 . . 


" §12 




. S. 1918, 257, § 158. 




•' §34 . . 


" §13 




. G. L. 45, § 9. 




" §§35,36. 


" §§ 14, 


15 


. G. L. 45, § 10. 




" §37 . . 


" §§ 16-18 


. G. L. 45, §§ 11-13. 






" §§ 19 


20 


. S. 1910, 508, §§ 1, 2 




" §§ 38-45 . 


" §21 




. S. 1913, 719, § 6. 




" §46 . . 


" §22 




. G. L. 45, § 17. 




" §§47,48. 


" §23 


, 


. S. 1913, 564, § 1. 




" §49 . . 


" §24 




. O. 




■' §§50-55 . 


" §§ 25-27 


. S. 1913, 564, §§ 2^ 




" §56 . . 


'■ §28 




. G. L. 45, § 23. 




" §§ 57-66 , 


" §29 




. S. 1913, 564, § 5. 




" § 67 . . 


'■ §30 




. G. L. 45, § 24. 




" §§ 68-70 . 


c. 29, § 1 




. Part G. L. 46, § 1 ; 
1910, 322, § 1. 


part S. 


•■ §§71,72. 


" §2 




. G. L. 46, § 2. 




" ' § 73 . . 


•• §3 




. S. 1910, 93. § 1; R. 1912, 


" §74 . . 






280, § 3. 




" §75 . . 


" §4 




. G. L. 46, § 4. 




" §76 . . 


'■ §5 




. S. 1910, 93, § 2. 






'■ §§ 6-S 




. G. L. 46, §§ 6-8. 




" §77 . . 


" §9 




. G. L. 46, § 5. 




" §§ 78-80 . 


" § 10 




. S. 1910, 322, § 2. 




" §S1 . . 


•■ §§11, 


12 


. G. L. 46, §§ 10, 11. 






" §13 




. S. 1910, 93, § 3. 




■■ §82 . . 


•• §§ 14, 


15 


. G. L. 46, §§ 13, 14. 






" § 16 




. PartG. L. 46, § 15; 


part 0. 


c. 33, §§1,2 . 


" §17 




. S. 1912, 470. 




•• §§3-6 . 


•■ §18 




. S. 1903, 305. 




" §§7-12 . 


■• §19 




. G. L. 46, §§18, 27. 




" §13 . . 


" §§ 20, 


21 


. G. L. 46, §§ 19, 20. 




" §§14-16 . 


" §22 




. S. 1902, 544, § 8. 




" §§17-19 . 


" §23 




. Part G. L. 46, § 22; part 


" §20 . . 






Special. 




" §§21-25 . 


" §§ 24-26 


. G. L. 46, §§ 23-25. 




" §§26,27 . 


" §27 




. S. 1919, 168, § 1. 




" §28 . . 


" §§28, 


29 


. G. L. 46, §§28, 29. 




" §§29-40 . 


c. 30, §§ 1-24 


. G. L. 47, §§ 1-24. 




c. 34 ... 


c. 31 




. R. 1918, 257, § 159 




" §1 . . 


c. 32, § 1 




. S. 1902, 142, §§1,2 






" §2 




. G. L. 148, § 3. 






" §3 




. PartG. L. 148, §4; 


part S. 


•■ §§2-6 . 






1902, 142, §§1,2; 


part O. 


" §7 . . 


" §4 




. Part G. L. 148, § 5; 
1902, 142, §§ 1, 2 


part S. 


" §§8,9 . 
" §10 . . 


" §5 




. S. 1902, 142, §§ 1, 2; 1920, 


" §§11, 12 . 






436. 




" §§13-17 . 


" §6 




. G. L. 148, § 7. 




" §18 . . 


■■ §7 




. PartG. L. 148, § 8; 
1902, 142, §§ 1, 2 


part S. 


" §19 . . 


" §8 




. Part S. 1903, 365, § 2 


partO. 


" §§20,21 . 



G. L. 48, § 1. 

Part G. L. 48, § 2; part O. 

G. L. 48, §§3, 4. 

Part G. L. 48, § 5; part S. 

1918, 257, § 187, subs. 10. 
G. L. 48, §§ 6, 7. 
S. 1913, 600, § 1. 
S. 1907, 475, § 3; R. 1907, 

475, § 10. 
S. 1907, 475, § 2; R. 1907, 

475, § 10. 
G. L. 48, § 9. 
S. 1907, 475, S 3. 
G. L. 48, § 11. 
S. 1907, 475, §§ 2, 7; R. 

1907, 475, § 10. 
G. L. 48, § 12. 
S. 1908, 209, § 1; R. 1916, 

51, § 5. 
G. L. 48, § 24. 
G. L. 48, §§ 29-35. 
G. L. 48, § 38. 
Part G. L. 48, § 39; part O. 
G. L. 48, §§ 40, 41. 
S. 1919, 333, § 1; R. 1919, 

333, § 2. 
G. L. 48, §§ 45-52. 
S. 1918, 291, § 33. 
G. L. 48, §§ 54, 55. 
8. 1906, 63. 
G. L. 48, §§ 61-66. 
PartG. L. 48, §67; part O. 
G. L. 48, §§ 67-76. 
S. 1908, 98. 
G. L. 48, §§ 78-80. 
S. 1902, 108, §§ 1, 2; R. 1918, 

81, § 2. 
S. 1903, 253. 
G. L. 48, § 82. 
R. 1918, 81, § 2. 
S. 1918, 81, § 1; R. 1918, 

81, § 2. 
S. 1920, 286. 
G. L. 48, §§ 84-86. 
S. 1906, 476; R. 1913, 697, 

§4. 
S. 1913, 697, §§ 1, 5; R. 

1913, 697, § 4. 
G. L. 49, §§ 2, .3. 
S. 1918, 257, §§ 161-164. 
G. L. 49, §§ 8-13. 
G. L. 49, §§ 14, 18. 
G. L. 49, §§ 15-17. 
G. L. 49, §§ 19-21. 
S. 1918, 291, § 14. 
G. L. 49, §§ 23-27. 
G. L. 49, §§ 29, 30. 
G. L. 49, § 28. 
G. L. 49, §§ 31-42. 
R. 1914, 742, § 199. 
S. 1906,463,111, §59; 1914, 

742, § 92; part R. 1906, 

463, III, § 158. 
S. 1914, 742, §§ 93-97. 
S. 1908, 341, § 4. 
S. 1914, 742, §§ 98, 99. 
S. 1903, 255. 
S. 1905, 410, §§ 1, 2. 
S. 1914, 742, §§ 103-107. 
S. 1909, 173, § 1; R. 1909, 

173, § 2. 
S. 1914, 742, § 112. 
S. 1905,410, §§3,4. 



DISPOSITION OF THE REVISED LAWS. 



c. 34, §§ 22-26 


. S. 1914, 742, §§115 


-119. 


c. 40 . . 


. . R. 1918, 257, § 172. 


•• §27 . 


. S. 1905, 410, § 5. 




" §4 . 


. . S. 1904, 383. 


" §28 . 


. S. 1914, 742, § 121. 




" §5 . 


. . R. 1905, 260, § 2. 


'■ § 29 . 


. S. 1905, 410, § 6. 




c. 41, § 1 


. . G. L. 70, § 8. 


" §§30,31 


. S. 1914, 742, §§ 123 


124. 


" §2 . 


. . O. 


c. 35, § 1 


. S. 1919, 350, § 24. 




'■ §3 . 


. . PartG. L. 70, §9; part O. 


•• §§2,3 


. . S. 1913, 485, §§ 1, 2 




" §§4,5 


. . S. 1903, 456, §§ 1, 2; R. 


•• §4 . 


. G. L. 9, § 17. 






1903, 456, § 4. 


'■ §5 . 


. G. L. 4, § 7, cl. 25; 


66, § 3. 


" §6 . 


. . S. 1913, 340; R. 1919, 363, 


" §6 . 


. G. L. 66, § 3. 






§ 16. 


■• §7 . 


. G. L. 66, § 2. 




" §7 . 


. . R. 1919, 363, § 16. 


•■ §8 . 


. G. L. 66, § 4. 




" §8 . 


. . G. L. 70, § 18. 


" §9 . 


. S. 1908, 57. 




c. 42, § 1 . 


. . S. 1908, 181. 


" § 10 . 


. G. L. 66, § 4. 




■■ §2 . 


. . S. 1914, 556. 


" §§11,12 


. G. L. 66, §§ 6, 7. 




" §3 . 


. . S. 1902, 433. ' 


■• §13 . 


. G. L. 66, § 16. 




" §4 . 


. . S. 1919, 292, § 1. 


" § 14 . 


. S. 1918, 257, § 167. 




" §5 . 


. . G. L. 71, § 14. 


•■ §15 . 


. S. 1913, 355. 




" §§ 6, 7 


. . S. 1918, 257, §§ 176, 177. 


" § 16 . 


. S. 1913, 485, § 3. 




■• §§8,9 


. . S. 1919, 292, §§2, 3. 


" §§ 17-22 


. G. L. 66, §§ 10-15. 




" § 10 . 


. . S. 1906, 505. § 3; R. 1906, 


" § 23 . 


. S. 1903, 177. 






505, § 8. 


c. 36, §§1-3 


. G. L. 67, §§ 1-3. 




" §11 . 


. . S. 1914, 590. 


" §4 . 


. G. L. 67, § 5. 




" §§ 12, 13 


. . G. L. 71, §§ 19, 20. 


•• §5 . 


. G. L. 67, § 4. 




" §§ 14, 15 


. . G. L. 71, §§27, 28. 


'■ §§6,7 


. G. L. 67, §§ 6, 7. 




" § 16 . 


. . Part G. L. 74, § 52; part 0. 


■• §8 . 


. G. L. 67, § 10. 




" §§ 17-21 


. . G. L. 71, §§ 29-33. 


" §9 . 


. G. L. 67, § 8. 




" §§ 22-24 


. . G. L. 71, § 34. 


" §§ 10, 11 


. G. L. 67, §§ 11, 12. 




" §§ 25, 26 


. . G. L. 71, §§35, 36. 


'■ §12 . 


. G. L. 67, § 14. 




" §27 . 


. . S. 1918, 257, § 180. 


" §13 . 


. G. L. 67, § 13. 




" § 28 . 


. . PartG. L. 71, §38; part O. 


" §14 . 


. G. L. 67, § 15. 




•■ § 29 . 


. . R. 1918, 257, § 181. 


" §15 . 


. G. L. 67, § 9. 




" § 30 . 


. . R. 1903, 456, § 4. 


" §§ 16-25 


. G. L. 67, §§ 16-25. 




•■ §31 . 


. . S. 1914, 714, §§ 2, 5; R. 


" §26 . 


. S. 1918, 291, § 15. 






1914, 714, § 6. 


" §27 . 


. S. 1905, 167. 




" § 32 . 


. . Part S. 1914, 714, § 1 ; part 


" §§28-37 


. G. L. 67, §§ 28-37. 






O. 


•• § 38 . 


. Part G. L. 67, § 38 


part 0. 


" § 33 . 


. . 0. 


" §§39^2 


. G. L. 67, §§39-42. 




" § 34 . 


. . S. 1910, 201. 


" §43 . 


. S. 1918, 291, § 16. 




" § 35 . 


. . G. L. 71, § 48. 


" §§44-51 


. G. L. 67, §§ 44-51. 




'■ § 36 . 


. . S. 1919. 292, § 8. 


" §52 . 


. S. 1911, 261. 




" §37 . 


. . G. L. 71, § 48. 


" §§ 53, 54 


. G. L. 67, §§ 53, 54. 




" § 38 . 


. . G. L. 71, § 50. 


" § 55 . 


. 0. 




" § 39 . 


. . G. L. 71, § 52. 


C.37, §§ 1-14 


. G. L. 68, §§ 1-14. 




" § 40 . 


. . Part G. L. 71, § 59; part 


c. 38, §§ 1-3 


. G. L. 78, §§ 1-3. 






0. 


■' §4 . 


. Part G. L. 78, § 4 


part S. 


" §§41,42 


. . G.L. 71. §60. 




1912, 241, § 1. 




" §43 . 


. . S. 1911, 399. 


" §5 . 


. G. L. 78, § 5. 




" § 44 . 


. . S. 1911, 384. 


" §6 . 


. G. L. 78, § 7. 




" § 45 . 


. . S. 1918, 109. 


" §§ 7-10 


. G. L. 78, §§ 10-13. 




" § 46 . 


. . O. 


" §11 . 


. G. L. 15, § 9. 




■• §47 . 


. . G. L. 71, §§ 61, 65. 


" §12 . 


. S. 1910, 396, § 2. 




" §48 . 


. . G. L. 71, § 65. 


" §§13,14 


. G. L. 78, §§ 15, 16. 




" § 49 . 


. . S. 1919, 292, § 9. 


" §15 . 


. S. 1906, 183. 




" §50 . 


. . S. 1909, 229. 


" §§ 16, 17 


. G. L. 78, §§ 17, 18. 




" §51 . 


. . G. L. 71, § 70. 


c. 39, § 1 


. S. 1909, 457, § 1; 


R. 1909, 


■• §52 . 


. . G. L. 71, § 74. 




457, § 6. 




" §53 . 


. . 0. 


" §2 . 


. S. 1904, 234, § 1. 




c. 43, §§ 1,2 


. . S. 1912.368, §§ 1, 2. 


" §§3,4 


. S. 1904, 234, §§ 1 


, 2; R. 


■• §3 . 


. . S. 1914, 443, § 1. 




1904, 234, § 3. 




" §§ 4-9 


. . S. 1912, 368, §§ 3-8. 


" §5 . 


. G. L. 10, § 16; 69, 


S3. 


■' § 10 . 


. . G. L. 72, § 7. 


" §6 . 


. S. 1909, 457, § 4. 




" §11 . 


. . S. 1912, 368, § 9. 


" §§7,8 


. Part G. L. 69, § 1 ; 


part 0. 


c. 44, § 1 


. . S. 1905, 320. 


" §9 . 


. S. 1904, 234, § 1; 


R. 1904, 


•• §2 . 


. . S. 191.3, 779, § 2. 




234, § 3. 




" §3 . 


. . S. 1911, 268, § 1. 


" § 10 . 


. . S. 1912, 79. 




■■ §4 . 


. . S. 1905, 375. 


" §11 . 


. S. 1918, 257, § 170. 




" §5 . 


. . G. L. 76, § 12. 


" §§ 12-16 


' . R. 1904, 234, § 3. 




■• §6 . 


. . S. 1906. 371. 


" § 17 . 


. Part G. L. 69, § 4; 


part O. 


" §§7,8 


. . G. L. 76, §§ 16, 17. 


" § 18 . 


. G. L. 69, § 4. 




C.45, §§1,2 


. . G. L. 15, §§22,23. 


" § 19 . 


. S. 1918, 257, § 171, 




" §§3,4 


. . G. L. 74, §§ 49, 50. 


" § 20 . 


. . G. L. 69, § 27. 




" §5 . 


. . S. 1903, 171. 


" §21 . 


. . G. L. 69, § 26. 




" §6 . 


. . G. L. 74, § 53. 



DISPOSITION OF THE REVISED LAWS. 



c. 46, § 1 


. S. 1902, 256. 


c. 49 


§14 . 


. S. 1918, 257, § 219, subs. 12 


'■ §2 . 


. G. L. 77, § 2. 






R. 1918, 257, § 214. 


■■ §§3-5 


". S. 1903, 3.30, §§ 1-3. 




§15 . 


. S. 1907, 177; R. 1918, 257, 


" §6 . 


. S. 1913, 779, § 9. 






§214. 


" §7 . 


. G. L. 77, § 7. 




§ 16 . 


. S. 1908, 453; R. 1918, 257, 


■• §S . 


. S. 1904, 220, § 4. 






§214. 


" §9 . 


. S. 1903, 308. 




§§ 17-20 


. S. 1918, 257, 5 219, subs. 14 


'■ §10 . 


. S. 1903, 330, § 4. 






R. 1918, 257, § 214. 


" §11 . 


. PartG. L. 77, § 11; part S. 
1906, 489, § 4. 




§21 . 


. S. 1918, 257, § 219, subs. 12 
R. 1918, 257, § 214. 


" §12 . 


. S. 1912, 552. 




§22 . 


. S. 1918, 257, § 219, subs. 4 


" §13 . 


. S. 1913, 779, § 12. 






R. 1918, 257, § 214. 


c. 47 


. R. 1917, 344, VIII, § 1. 




§23 . 


. S. 1918, 257, § 219, subs 


" §§ 1^ 


. S. 1917, 344, I, §§ 1-4. 






11,12; R. 1918, 257, §214. 


'■ §5 . 


. S. 1909, 464, § 1. 




§24 . 


. S. 1907, 365. 


" §6 . 


. S. 1904, 108, § 1. 




§25 . 


. G. L. 83, § 1. 


" §§7-U 


. S. 1917, 344, I, §§ 7-11. 




§§ 26, 27 


. G. L. 83, § 23. 


" §12 . 


. S. 1917, 344, I, § 13. 




§28 . 


. 0. 


" §§13,14 


. S. 1917, 344, I, §§ 16, 17. 




§29 . 


. G. L. 83, § 8. 


" §15 . 


. S. 1917, 344, I, § 19. 




§30 . 


. G. L. 83, § 11. 


" § 16 . 


. S. 1909, 454, § 1; 1913, 773; 
part R. 1909, 454, § 2. 




§31 . 


. Part G. L. 83, § 3; part S 
1913, 719, § 5, c\. (13). 


•• §17 . 


. S. 1908, 279. 




§32 . 


. G. L. 83, §§ 3, 24. 


" §§ 18-20 


. S. 1917, 344, I, §§ 26-28. 




§33 . 


. S. 1918, 257, § 215. 


" §21 . 


. S. 1906, 463, III, § 72; 1914, 




§.34 . 


. G. L. S3, § 24. 




742, § 130; 1917, 344, I, 




§§ 35, 36 


. G. L. 83, §§ 12, 13. 




§ 29; part R. 1906, 463, 




§§ 37-41 


. R. 1918, 257, § 217. 




III, § 1.58; 1914, 742, 




§§ 42-45 


. S. 1918, 257, § 218. 




§ 199. 


c. 50 




. R. 1917, 344, VIII, § 1. 


c. 48 


. R. 1917, 344, VIII, § 1. 




§§ l-IO 


. S. 1917, 344, III, §§ 1-10. 


" §1 . 


. S. 1912, 554, § 1. 




§11 . 


. S. 1902, 503. 


" §2 . 


. S. 1917, 344, II, § 2. 




§§ 12-16 


. S. 1917, 344, III. §§ 12-16. 


" §§ 3-8 


. S. 1912, 554, §§ 2-7. 




§§ 17-27 


. S. 1917, 344, III, §§ 18-28. 


" §§9,10 


. S. 1917, 344, II, §§ 10, 11. 


c. 51 




. R. 1917, 344, VIII, § 1. 


" §§11,12 


. S. 1912, 554, §§ 8, 9. 




§§1.2' 


. S. 1917, 344, IV, §§ 1, 2. 


" §§ 13-23 


. S. 1917, 344, II, §§ 14-24. 




§4 . 


. S. 1917, 344, IV, § 11. 


" §§ 25-28 


. S. 1917, 344, II, §§ 25-28. 




§6 . 


. S. 1917, 344, IV, § 15. 


" § 30 . 


. S. 1917, 344, II, § 29. 




§10 . 


. Part S. 1917, 344, IV, § 16 


•' §52 . 


. S. 1903, 243, § 1. 






part R. 1915, 145, § 13. 


•' § 53 . 


. S. 1917,344, II, §31. 




§§ 11-20 


. S. 1917, 344, IV, §§ 17-26. 


" §§54,55 


. S. 1908, 431, §§ 4, 5. 




§21 . 


. S. 1910, 166, § 1. 


" § 56 . 


. S. 1912, 554, § 10. 




§§ 22-32 


. S. 1917, 344, IV, §§ 28-38. 


■■ §57 . 


. S. 1917, 344, II, § 9. 


c. 52 




. R. 1917, 344, VIII, § 1. 


" §§ 58-60 


. S. 1917, 344, II, §§ 35-37. 




§§1-3' 


. S. 1917, 344, V, §§ 1-3. 


" §§ 64-81 


. S. 1917, 344, II, §§ 38-55. 




§§4,5 


. S. 1917, 344, V. §§ 5, 6. 


" § 83 . 


. S. 1917, 344, II, § 56. 




§6 . 


. S. 1917, 344, V, § 12. 


" § 84 . 


. S. 1917, 344, II, § 5S. 




§§8-12 


. S. 1917, 344, V, §§ 13-17. 


" §85 . 


. S. 1906, 463, III, § 50; 1917, 




§13 . 


. S. 1917, 344, V, § 24. 




344, II, § 59; part R. 




§§ 16-22 


. S. 1917, 344, V, §§ 25-31. 




1906, 463, III, § 158. 




§§25-31 


. S. 1917, 344, V, §§ 32-38. 


" §§ 86, 87 


. S. 1917, 344, II, §§ 60, 61. 




§§32,33 


. S. 1917, 344, V, §§ 44, 45. 


" §§ 91-100 


. S. 1917, 344, II, §§ 62-71. 


c. 53 




. R. 1917, 344, VIII, § 1. 


" § 102 . 


. S. 1917, 344, II, § 72. 




§§1-5' 


. S. 1917, 344, VI, §§ 1-.5. 


" § 103 . 


. S. 1913, 572. 




§6 . 


. S. 1908, 296, § 1; R. 1910 


" § 104 . 


. S. 1912, 24. 






363, § 2. 


" §§ 105, 10 


6 . S. 1910,511, §§ 1, 2. 




§§7-U 


. R. 1910, 363, § 2. 


" §§ 107-11 


1 . S. 1917, 344, II, §§ 77-84. 




§§12, 13 


. 8.1908,296, §§2,3; R. 1915 


c. 49, § 1 . 


. G. L. 83, §§ 1, 6. 






145, § 13. 


" §2 . 


. Part S. 1918, 257, § 187, 




§14 . 


. R. 1907, 475, § 10. 




subs. 3; part O. 




§ 16 . 


. S. 1917, 74, § 1. 


" §3 . 


. Part G. L. 83, § 14; part S. 




§§ 17-20 


. S. 1917, 344, VI, §§ 7-10. 




1918, 257, § 219, subs. 4. 


c. 54 




. R. 1917, 344, VIII, § 1. 


" §4 . 


. S. 1918, 257, § 219, subs. 5, 




§§1-3' 


. S. 1917, 344, VII, §§ 1-3. 




7; R. 1918, 257, § 214. 




§4 . 


. S. 1917, 344, VII, § 5. 


" §§ 5. 6 


. G. L. 83, §§ 15, 16. 


c. 55 


§§1-11 


. G. L. 88, §§ 1-11. 


" §7 . 


. S. 1918, 257, § 212, § 219, 


c. 56 


§1 . 


. G. L. 93, § 1. 




subs. 9. 




§2 . 


. G. L. 94, § 306. 


" §8 . 


. G. L. 83, § 18. 




§§3,4 


. S. 1902, 138, §§ 1-3; R. 


" §9 . 


. S. 1918, 257, § 213, § 219, 






1902, 138, § 5. 




subs. 15. 




§5 . 


. R. 1903, 196. 


" §§ 10, 11 


. G. L. 83, §§20,21. 




§§6-26 


. R. 1918, 257, § 221. 


" §12 . 


. G. L. 83, §§ 1, 3, 10, 24. 




§§27,28 


. G. L. 94, §§ 84, 85. 


" §13 . 


. G. L. 83, § 22. 




§§29,30 


. G. L. 41, §§ 88, 89. 



DISPUSITION OF THE REVISED LAWS. 



c. 56, §§31-33 

" § 34 . 

" § 35 . 

'■ §§36-41 

" §42 . 

" §§43,44 

" §§45-47 

" §4S . 

" §49 . 

" §50 . 

'■ §51 . 



" § 52 . 

" §§ 53, 54 

" §55 

" §56 

" §57 

" §58 

" §59 

" §60 

" §01 

" § 62 

" §63 

'■ §64 

" §§65,66 

" § 67 . 

" §§68,69 

" § 70 . 

" §§71,72 

" § 73 . 

" §§74-76 

c. 57, §§1,2 

•• §3 . 

■• §4 . 

" §5 . 



" §§8-10 

" §11 . 

" §§12,13 

" §14 . 

" §15 . 

" §16 . 

'■ §17 . 

" §§18,19 

" § 20 . 

" §21 . 

" §22 . 

" § 23 . 

" § 24 . 

•■ § 25 . 

" §§26,27 

" § 28 . 



G. L. 94, §§ 86-88. 

G. L. 41, § 90. 

G. L. 94, § 1. 

G. L. 94, §§ 49-54. 

G. L. 94, §§ 60, 62. 

G. L. 94, § 55. 

G. L. 94, §§ 56-58. 

S. 1903, 361. 

G. L. 94, § 61. 

G. L. 94, § 63. 

Part G. L. 94, § 33; part S. 

1909, 405, § 1; part R. 

1909, 405, § 4. 
Part G. L. 94, §§ 33, 35; 

part S. 1909, 405, § 2; 

part R. 1909, 405, § 4. 
S. 1909, 443, §§ 1-3; R. 

1909, 443, § 5. 
G. L. 94, §§ 12, 19. 
S. 1908, 643. 

Part G. L. 94, § 20; part S. 

1910, 641, § 2. 
G. L. 94, § 19. 
G. L. 94, § 23. 
G. L. 94, § 39. 
G. L. 94, § 38. 
S. 1910, 641, § 1. 
G. L. 94, § 36. 
G. L. 94, § 35. 

S. 1912, 218, §§1,2; R. 1912, 

218, § 10. 
S. 1909, 425; R. 1912, 218, 

§ 10. 
S. 1912, 218, §§5,6; R. 1912, 

218, § 10. 
S. 1907, 243; 1908, 411, § 1; 

1912, 448. 
S. 1908, 411, §§ 2, 3. 
S. 1907, 293; 1913, 687, § 1. 
G. L. 94, §§ 151-153. 
G. L. 94, §§ 140, 141. 
S. 1920, 418, § 16; R. 1920, 

418, § 23. 
S. 1909, 191; R. 1920, 418, 

§23. 
R. 1920, 418, § 23. 
S. 1908, 197; R. 1920, 418, 

§23. 
S. 1916, 157; R. 1920, 418, 

§23. 
G. L. 94, §§ 93-95. 
S. 1911, 388, § 1; R. 1911, 

388, § 12. 
S. 1911, 388, § 5; R. 1911, 

388, § 12. 
S. 1911, 388, § 1; R. 1911, 

388, § 12. 
S. 1911, 388, § 4; R. 1911, 

388, § 12. 
R. 1911, 388, § 12. 
S. 1911, 388, §§ 7, 9; R. 

1911, 388, § 12. 
S. 1903, 122, § 5. 

S. 1903, 122, § 10; R. 1903, 

122, § 11. 
S. 1912, 246. 
S. 1909, 350. 
S. 1918, 257, § 225. 
S. 1903, 408, § 1; R. 1903, 

408, § 3. 
S. 1918, 257, § 226. 
G. L. 94, §§ 219, 220. 
G. L. 94, § 223. 



. 57, § 29 . 

" §30 . 

" §31 . 

" §§32-34 

" §35 . 

" §§36-38 

'■ § 39 . 

" §§40-43 

" §§44-46 

" §§47-49 

" § 50 . 

■' §§51-54 

" §§65-59 

" §60 . 

" §§61-64 

'■ § 65 . 

" §§ 66, 07 

" § 68 . 



§§70-74 

§§ 75-79 

§80 . 

§§81,82 

§83 

§84 

§85 



c. 59 
c. 00 



§87 



§91 
§92 
§93 



§3 

§4 

§5 

§§0,7 

§8 . 
§9 . 
§§10, 11 



§13 . 
§14 . 
§15 . 
§§16-18 
§19 . 

§§1-4' 
§6 . 

§1' '■ 
§§2,3 
§4 . 
§§5,6 
§7 . 
§8 . 
§§9-11 
§15 . 
§§ 16-18 



G. L. 94, § 222. 

G. L. 94, § 221. 

G. L. 94, § 224. 

R. 1918, 257, § 227. 

G. L. 94, § 236. 

R. 1918, 257, § 228. 

S. 1902, 459; R. 1918, 257, 

§ 228. 
R. 1918, 257, § 229. 
S. 1918, 257, §§ 230-232. 
G. L. 94, §§ 262-204. 
S. 1918, 257, § 233. 
G. L. 94, §§ 266-269. 
G. L. 94, §§ 278-282. 
R. 1918, 257, § 2.34. 
G. L. 94, §§ 285-288. 
G. L. 94, § 237. 
S. 1911, 600, §§ 1, 2. 
G. L. 94, § 170. 
S. 1911, 600, § 4; R. 1911, 

600, § 5. 
O. 

G. L. 94, §§ 290-300. 
G. L. 94, §§ 239, 301. 
G. L. 94, §§ 302, 303. 
S. 1902, 453, § 1. 
S. 1907, 228, § 1. 
S. 1907, 228, § 1; R. 1907, 

228, § 2. 
S. 1908, 205, § 1. 
S. 1908, 205, § 2; R. 1919, 

91, § 4. 
S. 1902, 453, §§ 2, 3. 
G. L. 94, § 246. 
S. 1902, 453, § 4. 
S. 1918, 257, § 238. 
R. 1918, 257, § 239. 
R. 1914, 742, § 199. 
S. 1902, 228, §§ 1, 2; R. 

1902, 228, § 8. 
Part S. 1902, 228, § 2; R. 

1902, 228, § 8. 
S. 1902, 228, § 2; R. 1902, 

228, § 8. 
Part S. 1902, 228, § 3; R. 

1902, 228, § 8. 
S. 1902, 228, §§ 4-6; R. 

1902, 228, § 8. 
S. 1902, 228, §§6,7; R. 1902, 

228, § 8. 
S. 1914, 742, § 182. 
S. 1909, 483, § 1. 
S. 1914, 742, §§ 184, 185. 
S. 1913, 254, § 1; 1914, 742, 

§ 186. 
S. 1909, 483, § 2. 
S. 1903, 464. 
S. 1914, 742, § 187. 
S. 1914, 742, §§ 194-196. 
S. 1909, 483, § 4. 
R. 1913, 502, § 6. 
S. 1913, 502, §§ 1-4. 
S. 1913, 502, § 5. 
R. 1920, 551, § 12. 
S. 1919, 350, §§ 69, 74, 77. 
S. 1920, 551, §§ 1, 2. 
S. 1902, 477, § 1. 
S. 1920, 551, §§ 4, 5. 
S. 1902, 477, § 2. 
S. 1920, 551, § 2. 
R. 1902, 477, § 3. 
S. 1918, 95, § 1. 
S. 1920, 551, §§ 8-10. 



DISPOSITION OF THE REVISED LAWS. 



c. 61, §§1,2 


. . G. L. 97, §§ 1, 2. 




c. 65 


§15 . 


. S. 1905, 377. 


" §3 . 


. . G. L. 97, § 7. 






§ 16 . 


. S. 1918, 257, § 262. 


'■ §4 . 


. . G. L. 97, § 1. 




" 


§17 . 


. S. 1902, 531. 


" §§5-8 


. . G. L. 97, §§ 3-6. 






§18 . 


. S. 1916, 242, § 5. 


c. 62, § 1 . 


. . G. L. 98, § 2. 




'* 


§19 . 


. S. 1905, 204. 


" §2 . 


. . S. 1914, 525. 




" 


§20 . 


. S. 1915, 253, § 2. 


" §3 . 


. . S. 1902, 115. 




" 


§21 . 


. S. 1903, 432; R. 1907, 571, 


" §4 . 


. . S. 1910, 297. 








§2. 


" §5 . 


. . G. L. 94, §§ 173, 174. 


\ 




§§ 22-25 


. S. 1915, 253, §§ 3-6. 


" §§6.7 


. . S. 1918,257, §§241,24 






§§ 26, 27 


. S. 1916, 242, §§ 11, 12. 


" §8 . 


. . S. 1902,457, § 1; 1907 


, 534, 




§28 . 


. G. L. 101, § 29. 




§§ 1-3. 






§29 . 


. S. 1915, 253, § 7. 


" §9 . 


. . S. 1917, 125, 1 1; R. 


1917, 


G. 66 


§1 . 


. G. L. 102, § 1. 




125, § 2. 






§§2,3 


. R. 1910, 526. 


" § 10 . 


. . S. 1907, 534, § 3. 




" 


§§4-6 


. G. L. 102, §§2-4. 


" §11 . 


. . S. 1907,534, §3; 1918 


, 257. 




§7 . 


. S. 1918, 291, § 17. 




§ 243; part R. 1909 


310, 




§§ 8-16 


. G. L. 102, §§ 6-14. 




§1. 






§§ 17, 18 


. G. L. 102, §§ 17, 18. 


" §12 . 


. . S. 1918, 257, § 243. 






§ 19 . 


. S. 1909, 270, § 1. 


" §13 . 


. . R. 1909, 310, § 1. 






§§ 20-28 


. G. L. 102, |§ 20-28. 


" §14 . 


. . S. 1914, 633, § 1. 




c. 67 


§§1-21 


. G. L. 103, §§ 1-21. 


" §15 . 


. . Part G. L. 98, § 6; p.irt R. 




§§ 22, 23 


. G. L. 103, §§23, 24. 




1909, 310, § 1. 






§24 . 


. G. L. 103, § 28. 


" §16 . 


. . G. L. 98, § 7. 




■' 


§§ 25-27 


. G. L. 103, §§25-27. 


" §17 . 


. . S. 1902, 539. 






§28 . 


. S. 1915, 17. 


•• §1S . 


. . S. 1914, 452, § 1; R. 


1914, 




§29 . 


. G. L. 103, § 28. 




452, § 4. 






§30 . 


. PartG. L. 103, §29; part O. 


" §19 . 


. . G. L. 98, § 39. 






§31 . 


. G. L. 103, § 30. 


" § 20 . 


. . S. 1907, 283. 






§32 . 


. .S. 1918, 56, § 3. 


" §21 . 


. . S. 1918, 257, § 244. 




" 


§§ 33-35 


. G. L. 103, §§33-35. 


" § 22 . 


. . S. 1910, 209, § 1. 




c. 68 


§§1-6 


. G. L. 104, §§ 1-6. 


" § 23 . 


. . S. 1918, 257, § 246. 




c. 69 


§1 . 


. G. L. 105, § 1. 


" § 24 . 


. . G. L. 98, § 50. 




" 


§§2,3 


. G. L. 105, §§ 3, 4. 


" §§25,26 


. . S. 1914, 633, §§ 2, 3. 






§4 . 


. S. 1907, 582, §§ 2, 3. 


" §27 . 


. . S. 1917, 15. 






§5 . 


. .S. 1907, 582, § 43. 


" §§28,29 


. . S. 1918, 257, §§ 247, 248. 




§6 . 


. S. 1907, 582, § 24. 


" § 30 . 


. . S. 1914, 346. 






§§7,8 


. G. L. 105, §§5, 6. 


" §31 . 


. . G. L. 98, § 52. 






§§9, 10 


. S. 1907, 582, §§ 35, 36. 


" § 32 . 


. . S. 1910, 209, § 2. 




" 


§§ 11-13 


. S. 1907, 582, § 34. 


" §33 . 


. . S. 1906, 215. 






§§ 14-16 


. G. L. 105, §§ 62-64. 


" § 34 . 


. . S. 1919, 128; part R. 


1909, 


(-.70 


§§1,2 


. G. L. 159, §§ 1,2. 




310, § 1. 






§§3-5 


. G. L. 159, §§ 5-7. 


" § 35 . 


. . S. 1914,452, §§ 1, 2. 






§6 . 


. G. L. 229, § 2. 


" §36 . 


. . G. L. 98, § 8. 






§§7,8 


. G. L. 159, §§ 8, 9. 


" §§37,38 


. . G. L. 98, §§ 27, 28. 




c. 71 


§§1-4 


. G. L. 109, §§ 1-4. 


•• §39 . 


. . S. 1913, 164. 






§5 . 


. S. 1918, 257, § 274. 


" §40 . 


. . G. L. 94, § 178. 






§6 . 


. G. L. 109. § 6. 


■■ §41 . 


. . G. L. 98, § 58. 






§7 . 


. S. 1918, 257, § 275. 


" §42 . 


. . G. L. 94, § 179. 






§§8-11 


. G. L. 109, §§8-11. 


" §43 . 


. . S. 1909, 531. 




c. 72 


§§1,2 


. S. 1918, 257, §§ 276, 277. 


c. 63, § 1 


. . S. 1914, 183. 






§3 . 


. G. L. 110, §3. 


" §§ 2-5 


. . G. L. 99, §§ 2-5. 






§4 . 


. R. 1918, -257, § 278. 


c. 64, § 1 . 


. . G. L. 100, § 2. 






§5 . 


. G. L. 110. §4. 


" §§2,3 


. . 0. 






§6 . 


. G. L. 110, §7. 


" §§4-8 


. . G. L. 100, §§ 3-7. 






§7 . 


. Part G. L. 110, § 8; part S. 


" §9 . 


. . S. 1919, 227. 








1920, 618. 


" § 10 . 


. . q. L. 100, § 9. 






§§8,9 


. G. L. 110, §§9, 10. 


" §11 . 


. . R. 1918, 257, § 254. 






§ 10 . 


. G. L. 110, §§ 11,26. 


" §12 . 


. . G. L. 100, § 10. 






§11 . 


. G. L. 110, §§ 12, 26. 


• " §13 . 


. . G. L. 100, § 12. 






§12 . 


. G. L. 110. §§ 13, 26. 


" §14 . 


. . G. L. 100, § 11. 






§13 . 


. G. L. 110. §§ 14, 27. 


" §15 . 


. . G. L. 100, § 13. 






§14 . 


. G. L. 110. § 15. 


c. 65, § 1 


. . S. 1918, 257, §§ 256, 2 


57. 




§15 . 


. PartG. L. 110. §17; part O. 


•• §2 . 


. . S. 1917, 237, § 1. 






§§ 16-18 


. G. L. 110. §§ 18-20. 


" §§3,4 


. . S. 1916, 120, §§ 1,2. 




'* 


§19 . 


. PartG. L. 110, §21; part 0. 


" §§5,6 


. . S. 1918, 257, §§ 256, 258. 




§20 . 


. G. L. 110, §§22. 28. 


" §7 . 


. . PartG. L. 101, § 6; part S. 




§21 . 


. G. L. 110. §§23. 28. 




1918, 257, § 256. 






§§ 22, 23 


. G. L. 110, §§24,25. 


•■ §8 . 


. . S. 1916, 120, § 3. 




c. 73 


§§1,2 


. G. L. 107, §§ 1, 2. 


" §9 . 


. . S. 1902, 544, § 9. 






§3 . 


. Part G. L. 107, § 3; part 0. 


" § 10 . 


. . G. L. 101, § 10. 






§4 . 


. S. 1915, 121, § 1. 


" §§11,12 


. . S. 1916, 120, §§ 4, 5. 






§§5,6 


. G. L. 107, §§5, 6. 


" §§ 13, 14 


. . S. 1916, 242, §§ 1, 2. 






§§7,8 


. S. 1905, 454, §§1,2. 



DISPOSITION OF THE REVISED LAWS. 



§§9-17 

§§18-40 

§§41^5 

§46 . 

§§47-87 

§88 . 

§§ 89-101 

§102 . 

§§ 103-169 

§170 

§171 

§§ 172-206 

§207 

§§208-210 

§211 . 

§212 . 

§§l-i 



75, §1 



§3 

§4 
§5 
§6 

§7 

§8 

§§9- 

§12 

§13 

§14 

§15 

§16 

§17 

§18 

§19 



' §20 . 




' §21 . 




' §22 . 




■ §23 . 




' §24 . 




' §§25,26 




' §27 . 




' §28 . 




' §§29,30 




' §31 . 




' §32 . 




' §33 . 




' §34 . 




' §§35,36 




' §37 . 




" §§38-41 




" § 42 . 




" §43 . 




" § 44 . 




' §45 . 




" § 46 . 




" §47 . 




' §48 . 




' §§49,50 





G. L. 107, §§ 9-17. 

G. L. 107, §§ 23-45. 

G. L. 107, §§ 47-51. 

S. 1918, 257, § 282. 

G. L. 107, §§5.3-93. 

S. 1918, 257, § 283. 

G. L. 107, §§ 95-107. 

8. 1910, 417, § 1. 

G. L. 107, §§ 109-175. 

G. L. 107, § 177. 

G. L. 107, § 176. 

G. L. 107, §§ 178-212. 

PartG. L. 107, § 18; part O. 

G. L. 107, §§ 19-21. 

O. 

G. L. 107, § 22. 

G. L. 259, §§ 1^. 

S. 1908, 237, § 4; R. 1908, 

237, §78. 
G. L. 259, §§ 5, 6. 
S. 1914, 792, §§1,3; R. 1914, 

792, § 8. 
S. 1914, 792. § 3; R. 1914, 

792, § 8. 
S. 1906,425, § 1; 1914, 792, 

§§2,3; R. 1906.425, §2; 

1914, 792, § 8. 
S. 1903, 480. 
G. L. HI, § 9. 
S. 1903, 467. 
G. L. Ill, § 23. 
S. 1913, 670. 
G. L. Ill, §§ 26-28. 
R. 1916, 53. 
G. L. Ill, § 30. 
S. 1914, 90. 
G. L. Ill, §32. 
S. 1903, 367; R. 1917, 208, 

§12. 
S. 1917, 208, § 6; R. 1917, 

208, § 12. 
S. 1910, 528, §1; 1913, 272; 

1917,208, §§7,8; R. 1917, 

208, § 12. 
S. 1917, 208, § 8; R. 1917, 

208, § 12. 
G. L. 94, § 304. 
S. 1917, 208, § 4; R. 1917, 

208, § 12. 
G. L. 94, § 154. 
S. 1910, 528, § 2. 
S. 1905, 236. 
R. 1908, 238. 
G. L. 94, § 196. 
S. 1920, 418, § 3; R. 1920, 

418, § 23. 
G. L. Ill, §§34, 35. 
R. 1920, 418, § 23. 
G. L. Ill, § 36. 
G. L. Ill, § 3S. 
S. 1902, 403. 
S. 1906, 365, § 1. 
S. 1906, 365, § 1; R. 1914, 

583. 
S. 1906, 365, § 1. 
S. 1906, 225. 
G. L. Ill, § 104. 
PartG. L. Ill, §105; part O. 
G. L. Ill, § 106. 
S. 1902, 206, § 2. 
G. L. Ill, § 108. 
S. 1920, .306. 
S. 1905, 251, §§ 1, 2. 



75, § 51 . 


. S. 1915, 52. 


•• §52 . 


. S. 1907, 480. 


" §53 . 


. S. 1918, 130, § 2. 


'■ §54 . 


. G. L. Ill, § 115. 


" § 55 . 


. G. L. Ill, § 188. 


" § 56 . 


. S. 1906, 365, § 3. 


" §57 . 


. S. 1902, 213, § 1; R. 1902, 




213, §3. 


" §58 . 


. G. L. Ill, § 10.3. 


" §§59-61 


. G. L. 94, §§ 160-162. 


■• §§ 62-64 


. S. 1910. 569. 


■■ § 65 . 


. G. L. Ill, § 122. 


" §66 . 


. G. L. Ill, § 127. 


" §§67-69 


. G. L. Ill, §§ 123-125. 


'■ §70 . 


. S. 1910, 313. 


" §§71-78 


. G. L. Ill, §§ 128-135. 


■• §79 . 


. S. 1915, 46. 


'■ § SO . 


. G. L. Ill, § 137. 


" §81 . 


. S. 1918, 257, § 192. 


" §§82-85 


. G. L. Ill, §§ 1.39-142. 


" §§86-88 


. G. L. Ill, §§ 98-100. 


" § 89 . 


. PartG. L. Ill, §101; part 0. 


" §90 . 


. S. 1903, 306. 


•• §§91-98 


. G. L. Ill, §§ 143-150. 


" §99 . 


. G. L. 94, § 118. 


'■ §100 . 


. S. 1907, 243; 1911, 297, §2 


" §§101,10 


2 . S. 1911, 297, §§3,4. 


" §§ 103, 10 


1 . R. 1902, 312, § 1. 


" §105 . 


. S. 1902, 312, § 2. 


•• §106 . 


. G. L. 94, §§ 134, 135. 


" § 107 . 


. G. L. 94, § 137. 


" § 108 . 


. G. L. Ill, §§ 151, 152. 


" §§ 109, 11 


9 . G. L. Ill, §§ 152, 153. 


" § 111 . 


. PartG. L. Ill, §154; parts. 




1907, 243. 


" § 112 . 


. G. L. Ill, § 159. 


" §113 . 


. S. 1907, 467. 


" §114 . 


. G. L. Ill, § 161. 


■' §115 . 


. G. L. Ill, §§23, 159. 


■' §116 . 


. Parts. 1914,792, §2; part O. 


" §117 . 


. G. L. Ill, § 17. 


" §§118,11 


) . G. L. Ill, §§ 162, 163. 


" § 120 . 


. PartG. L. Ill, §164; part 0. 


" §121 . 


. G. L. Ill, § 165. 


" §122 . 


. G. L. Ill, §§ 160, 162. 


" §123 . 


. S. 1910, 550. 


" §§ 124-12< 


) . G. L. Ill, §§ 167-172. 


" § 130 . 


. G. L. Ill, § 174. 


" §§131-13 


> . G. L. Ill, §§ 176-180. 


•• §136 . 


. R. 1908, 337. 


" §1.37 . 


. S. 1902, 190, § 1. 


•■ §138 . 


. G. L. Ill, § 182. 


" §139 . 


. S. 1902, 190, § 2. 


" §140 . 


. G. L. Ill, § 189. 


" §141 . 


. G. L. Ill, § 187. 


76. §§1,2 


. G. L. 13, §§ 10, 11. 


" §3 . 


. S. 19J3, 346. 


•■ §4 . 


. S. 1902, 505, §§ 1, 4; R 




1902, 505, § 6. 


" §5 . 


. S. 1918, 257, § 286. 


" §6 . 


. G. L. 112, § 5. 


" §7 . 


. G. L. 112, § 3. 


" §8 . 


. S. 1917, 55, § 2. 


■• §9 .^ 


. S. 1909, 526, § 6; 1918, 85 


•• §§10,11 


. S. 1909, 261, §§ 3, 4. 


" §12 . 


. S. 1902, 505, §§ 2, 4; R 




1902, 505, § 6. 


" §13 . 


. S. 1918, 257, § 288. 


" §14 . 


. S. 1906, 120. 


" §15 . 


. G. L. 112, § 26. 


" §16 ., 


. S. 1907, 140. 


" §17 . 


. S. 1902, 321. 



DISPOSITION OF THE REVISED LAWS. 



c. 76, § 18 . 


. . S. 1908, 525, § 2. 




c. 81, §§27, 28 


. . G. L. 117, §§41,42. 


" §19 . 


. G. L. 112, §32. 




" § 29 . 


. . G. L. 117, §40. 


" § 20 . 


. R. 1916, 305, § 3. 




" §§ 30-40 


. G.L. 117, §§23-33. 


" §§21,22 


. G. L. 112, §§ 33, 34. 




" §41 . 


. S. 1905, 115. 


" § 23 . 


. S. 1902, 327. 




■• §42 . 


. S. 1918, 257, § 300. 


" §§24,25 


. S. 1915, 301, §§1,2; R. 


1915, 


" §43 . 


. G. L. 117, § 33. 




301, § 14. 




" § 44 . 


. S. 1918, 257, § 301. 


" § 26 . 


. S. 1908, 294, § 1; R. 


1915, 


c. 82 


. Part R. 1913, 503, § 9. 




301, § 14. 




" §1 . 


. S. 1904, 159. 


" §27 . 


. S. 1902,505, §§3,4; R. 


1902, 


" §2 . 


. 0. 




505, § 6. 




" §3 . 


. S. 1913, 563, § 1. 


" § 28 . 


. S. 1905, 289, § 1; R. 


1915, 


" §§4,5 


. S. 1911,53, §§ 1, 2. 




301, § 14. 




'■ §6 . 


. Part S. 1913. 503, § 2. 


" § 29 . 


. S. 1903, 219; R. 1915 


301, 


" §7 . 


. S. 1913, 563, §2; 1918, 199 




§ 14. 




" §§8-11 


. 0. 


c. 77, § 1 . 


. S. 1918, 257, § 298. 




" §12 . 


. S. 1905, 345. 


" § 2 . 


. G. L. 113, §§3, 4. 




■■ § 13 . 


. Part S. 1913, 563, § 4. 


" §3 . 


. G. L. 113, §§2, 3. 




■■ §14 . 


. O. 


" §4 . 


. S. 1904, 204. 




" §15 . 


. S. 1913, 563, §§ 2, 6. 


c. 78, §§ 1-6 


. G. L. 114, §§ 1-6. 




" § 16 . 


. O. 


■' §7 . 


. S. 1919, 333. § 9. 




" §17 . 


. S. 1913, 563, § 3. 


" §§8-14 


. G. L. 114, §§ 8-14. 




" §§ 18-20 


. 0. 


" §15 . 


. O. 




" §21 . 


. S. 1913, 563, § 7. 


" § 16 . 


. S. 1909, 279. 




" § 22 . 


. S. 1913, 563, § 1. 


" §17 . 


. G. L. 114, § 17. 




" § 23 . 


. O. 


'■ §18 . 


. G. L. 114, § 19. 




c. 83, §§ 1-8 


. G.L. 119, §§1-8. 


" §§19,20 


. S. 1904, 422, §§1,2. 




'■ §9 . 


. G. L. 119, §§9-11. 


" §21 . 


. S. 1917, 7. 




" § 10 . 


. S. 1905, 269. 


" §§22-25 


. G. L. 114, §§ 23-26. 




" §§ 11-17 


. G. L. 119, §§ 14-20. 


" §§26,27 


. G. L. 114, §§29, 30. 




" §§ 18, 19 


. G. L. 119, §21. 


" §28 . 


. G. L. 114, § 32. 




" §§ 20-24 


. G. L. 119, §§22-26. 


" §29 . 


. PartG. L. 114, §33; part O. 


" §25 . 


. S. 1911,490, § 1. 


" §30 . 


. S. 1908, 379, § 1. 




" §§26-34 


. G. L. 119, §§ 28-36. 


" §§31-35 


. G. L. 114, §§ 37^1. 




" § 35 . 


. PartG. L. 119, §37; part 


" §§36-41 


. G. L. 114, §§ 4.3-4S. 




" § 36 . 


. S. 1911, 490, § 2. 


" §42 . 


. G. L. 114, § 50. 




" §37 . 


. S. 1903, 334, §§ 1, 3-5; R 


" §43 . 


. G. L. Ill, § 107. 






1903, 3.34, § 7. 


" §44 . 


. G. L. 114, §49. 




" § 38 . 


. S. 1903, 334, § 6; R. 1903 


c. 79, § 1 . 


. S. 1902, 192, §§ 1, 2; 


1904, 




334, § 7. 




381, § 1. 




•• § 39 . 


. G. L. 119, §39. 


■' §2 . 


. S. 1904, 381, § 2. 




c. 84, § 1 


. S. 1919, 350, §§ 87, 88. 


" §3 . 


. S. 1902, 251; 1904, 381 


. §3. 


" §2 . 


. S. 1908, 598. 


" §§ 4-7 


. S. 1904, 381, §§ 4-7. 




" §3 . 


. PartG. L. 18, §6; 121, §22 


" §8 . 


. S. 1902, 192, § 3; R. 
192, § 5. 


1902, 




part S. 1919, 350, §§ 90, 
91, 94, 95. 


■' §§9-16 


. S. 1904, 381, §§ 9-16. 




" §4 . 


. PartG. L. 121, §22; partS. 


*■ § 17 . 


. S. 1904, 381, §15; 1919 


,290, 




1909, 208. 




§15. 




" §5 . 


. G. L. 121, §§ 7, 22. 


" §18 . 


. S. 1916, 116. 




" §6 . 


. G. L. 121, § 39. 


" §19 . 


. G. L. 115, § 18. 




" §7 . 


. S. 1905, 211, § 11. 


" § 20 . 


. S. 1902, 292. 




" §8 . 


. G. L. 121, §9. 


•• §21 . 


. S. 1904, 381, § 18. 




" §9 . 


. G. L. 120, § 16. 


" § 22 . 


. S. 1902, 192, §§ 1, 2; 


1904, 


" §10 . 


. O. 




381, § 1. 




" §11 . 


. S. 1903, 231. 


" § 23 . 


. S. 1904, 381, § 1. 




■■ §12 . 


. G. L. 121, § 11. 


" §24 . 


. G. L. 115, §23. 




•■ § 13 . 


. O. 


c. 80 


. R. 1911, 669, §7. 




■• § 14 . 


. S. 1903, 402. 


" §§ 1-3 


. S. 1911, 669, §§ 1-3. 




" § 15 . 


. G. L. 121, §41. 


" §4 . 


. S. 1911, 669, §5. 




c. 85, § 1 . 


. Part G. L. 18, § 8; part S. 


" §5 . 


. S. 1911, 669, §§ 4, 5. 






1919, 199, § 1. 


" §6 . 


. S. 1911, 669, §§4, 6. 




" §2 . 


. Part G. L. 122, § 1; 12.5, 


c. 81, §§ 1-3 . 


. G. L. 117, §§ 1-3. 






§§ 2, 4, 46; part S. 1905, 


" §4 . 


. S. 1905, 285. 






211, § 1; 1919, 350, § 8. 


■' §5 . 


. S. 1905, 303, § 1. 




" §3 . 


. G. L. 122, § 2; 125, § 44. 


" §6 . 


. G. L. 117, §37. 




" §4 . 


. S. 1918, 257, § 302. 


" §7 . 


. S. 1905, 303, § 2. 




" §5 . 


. O. 


" §§8-16 


. G. L. 117, §§4-12. 




" §6 . 


. Part G. L. 122, § 4; 125, 


" §§ 17-19 


. G. L. 117, §§ 14-16. 






§§3,47; parts. 1917, IS. 


" §20 . 


. S. 1918, 180. 




" §7 . 


. G. L. 122, § 7. 


" §21 . 


. S. 1903, 355. 




" §8 . 


. G. L. 122, § 5. 


" §§ 22-24 


. G. L. 117, §§20-22. 




" §9 . 


. G. L. 122, § 15. 


." §25 . 


. S. 1915. 143. 




" § 10 . 


. S. 1903, 233. 


" § 26 . 


. G. L. 117, §39. 




" §11 . 


. G. L. 122, § 16. 



DISPOSITION OF THE REVISED I^WYS. 



§12 , 


. G. L. 122, § 9. 


c. 86, § .36 . 


. S. 1904, 363, § 2. 


§13 . 


. G. L. 122, § 13. 


■■ §§ 37^3 


. R. 1918, 257, § 305. 


§14 . 


. G. L. 122, § 17. 


" § 44 . 


. G. L. 120, § 20. 


§15 . 


. S. 1908, 555. 


" § 45 . 


. S. 1915, 113, §3. 


§ 16 . 


. S. 1909, 98. 


■' § 46 . 


. G. L. 120, § 18. 


§ 17 . 


. G. L. 122, § 14. 


" §47 . 


. G. L. 120, § 24. 


§ 18 . 


. G. L. 122, § 3. 


" § 48 . 


. O. 


§19 . 


. G. L. 122, § 8. 


" §§49-53 


. G. L. 121, §§ 15-19. 


§§ 20, 21 


. G. L. 122, §§ 10, 11. 


•• §54 . 


. O. 


§22 . 


. G. L. 122, § 23. 


c. 87 . . . 


. R. 1909, 504, § 107. 


§§ 23, 24 


. G. L. 122, §§ 21, 22. 


•■ §§ 1-3 


. S. 1909, 504, §§ 2-4. 


§25 . 


. G. L. 122, § 6; 125, § 54. 


" §4 . 


. S. 1906, 184. 


§26 . 


. 0. 


" §5 . 


. S. 1909, 504, § 6. 


§27 . 


. G. L. 122, § 19. 


" §0 . 


. S. 1908, 613, § 1; 1909, 504 


§28 . 


. PartG. L. 125, §45; part S. 




§7. 




1919,350, §§84, 86. 


" §§7,8 


. S. 1909, 504, §§ 8, 9. 


§29 . 


. Part G. L. 125, § 43; part S. 


" §9 . 


. S. 1909, 504, §§ 7, 10. 




1919, 199, § 2. 


" §11 . 


. S. 1909, 504, § 13. 


ISO . 


. Part G. L. 272, § 53 ; part O. 


" §13 . 


. S. 1909, 504, § 14. 


§31 . 


. G. L. 127, § 114. 


'■ §14 . 


. Part S. 1909, 504, § 15. 


§32 . 


. O. 


" § 15 . 


. S. 1909, 504, §§ 16-18. 


§33 . 


. S. 1903, 188; R. 1920, 380, 


" § 16 . 


. S. 1909, 504, § 14. 




§3. 


" §17 . 


. S. 1909, 504, § 23. 


§34 . 


. O. 


" §§ 18-22 


. S. 1909, 504, § 15. 


§§ 35, 36 


. G. L. 122, §§ 24, 25. 


•• §§ 23, 24 


. S. 1909, 504, § 16. 


§37 . 


. G. L. 279, § 36. 


■' §25 . 


. S. 1909, 504, § 26. 


§38 . 


. Part G. L. 127, § 138; part 


" §§ 26, 27 


. S. 1909, 504, §§ 17, 18. 




S. 1909, 132, § 2; part O. 


" §29 . 


. S. 1909, 504, § 20. 


§39 . 


. S. 1904, 216. 


•■ § 30 . 


. S. 1909, 504, § 22. 


§40 . 


. S. 1908, 470. 


•■ §§31,32 


. S. 1909, 504, § 28. 


§41 . 


. G. L. 125, § 48. 


•• § 33 . 


. S. 1904, 459, § 1. 


§§ 42, 43 


. S. 1909, 504, § 69; R. 1909, 


" §34 . 


. S. 1909, 504, § 30. 




504, § 107. 


•■ § 35 . 


. S. 1906, 418. 


§44 . 


. S. 1909, 504, § 106; R. 1909, 


" §36 . 


. S. 1909, 504, §§ 11, 27. 




504, § 107. 


" §37 . 


. S. 1909,504, § 11. 


§45 . 


Special. 


" §38 . 


. S. 1909, 504, §§ 11, 27. 


§1 . 


. PartG. L. 18, §12; 120, §1; 


" § 39 . 


. S. 1905, 436. 




parts. 1911, 566, § 1. 


" § 40 . 


. S. 1909, 504, § 35. 


§2 . 


. PartG. L. 120, §3; part O. 


" §41 . 


. S. 1909, 504, § 34. 


§§3-6 


. G. L. 120, §§ 4-7. 


" §§ 42-47 


. S. 1909, 504, §§ 36-41. 


§7 . 


. PartG. L. 120, § 8; part S. 


" § 48 . 


. S. 1904, 459, § 3; 1909, 504 




1917, 18. 




§48. 


§§8,9 


. G. L. 120, §§ 9, 10. 


" §49 . 


. S. 1905, 475, § 1. 


§ 10 . 


. PartG. L. 119, §73; part O. 


■■ §51 . 


. S. 1909, 504, § 12. 


§11 . 


. S. 1918, 257, § 303. 


" §52 . 


. S. 1909, 504, § 42. 


§12 . 


. O. 


" §§ 53, 54 


. S. 1905, 432, §§ 1, 2. 


§13 . 


. R. 1918, 257, § 304. 


■■ § 56 . 


. S. 1909, 504, § 91. 


§14 . 


. G. L. 119, § 75. 


" §57 . 


. S. 1909, 504, § 47. 


§15 . 


. S. 1906, 413, § 3; R. 1906, 


■' § 58 . 


. S. 1909, 504, § 69. 




413, § 15. 


■' § 59 . 


. S. 1909, 504, § 50. 


§ 16 . 


. S. 1906, 413, § 6; R. 1906, 


" § 60 . 


. S. 1909,504, §§50, 75. 




413, § 15. 


■■ § 61 . 


. S. 1909, 504, § 86. 


§17 . 


. Part G. L. 119, § 75; part 


•' §§ 62-64 


. S. 1909, 504, §§ 51-53. 




S. 1906, 413, § 4; part R. 


" § 65 . 


. S. 1909, 504, § 56. 




1906, 413. § 15. 


■' §66 . 


. S. 1906, 352. 


§§ 18, 19 


. S. 1906, 413, § 5; R. 1906, 


" §67 . 


. S. 1909, 504, § 58. 




413, § 15. 


" §73 . 


. S. 1909, 504, § 49. 


§20 . 


. S. 1902, 314. 


" §§ 75-80 


. S. 1909, 504, § 82. 


§21 . 


. Part G. L. 119, § 76; part 


■• § 81 . 


. S. 1905, 282, § 1; R. 1905, 




O. 




282, § 2. 


§§ 22, 23 


. G. L. 119, §§ 77, 78. 


•■ §§ 82, 83 


. S. 1909, 504, §§ 84, 85. 


§24 . 


. 0. 


" § 85 . 


. S. 1909, 504, § 68. 


§§ 25, 26 


. G. L. 119, §§ 79, 80. 


" §86 . 


. Part S. 1909, 504, § 76. 


§27 . 


. O. 


" §§ 87-89 


. S. 1909, 504, § 69. 


§§ 28, 29 


. G. L. 119, §§ 81, 82. 


" § 90 . 


. S. 1909, 504, § 70. 


§30 . 


. Part G. L. 119, § 75; part S. 


" §91 . 


. S. 1909, 504, § 76. 




1906, 413, § 4; part R. 


" § 92 . 


. S. 1909, 504, §§ 69, 76. 




1906, 413, § 15. 


" §§ 93, 94 


. S. 1909, 504, § 76. 


§31 . 


. S. 1904, 459, § 6. 


" § 95 . 


. .S. 1905, 435. 


§32 . 


. G. L. 119, § 83. 


■■ § 96 . 


. S. 1909, 504, § 76. 


§33 . 


. G. L. 120, § 13. 


" §§ 97-99 


. S. 1909, 504, §§ 78-80. 


§34 . 


. S. 1911, 489. 


" § 101 . 


. S. 1909, 504, § 81. 


§35 . 


. G. L. 120, § 25. 


" §§ 102-10 


5 . S. 1905, 458, §§ 1-4. 



DISPOSITION OF THE REVISED LAWS. 



CXXXVII 



c. 87, § 109 




" §§111 


112 


" §113 




" §114 




" §§115, 


116 


" §117 




" § 118 




" § 120 . 




" § 122 . 




" § 12,3 . 




" §§ 124, 


125 


" § 126 . 




■• §§ 127- 


129 



c. 88, § 1 



§3 







§5 




" 


§6 






§7 






§s 






§9 


,c 


89 


§1 



§3 



" §7 

" §8 

" §9 

" §10 

'■ §11 

" §12 

" §13 

c. 90, § 1 



§3 

§4 

§5 
§6 

§7 

§8 

§9 

§10 

§11 

§12 

§§13, 

§15 

§§16- 

§21 

§22 

§23 

§24 

§25 

§26 



§27 
§28 
§29 
§30 
§31 
§§32,33 



Part S. 1908, 613, § 1; part 

Temporary. 
S. 1909, 504, §§ 24, 25. 
S. 1909, 504, § 59. 
Part S. 1909, 504, § 60. 
S. 1909, 504, §§ 61, 62. 
S. 1909, 504, § 64. 
S. 1904, 459, § 5; 1909, 504, 

§63. 
Part S. 1909, 504, § 82. 
S. 1909, 504. § 60. 
S. 1909, 504, § 69. 
S. 1909, 504, § 66. 
S. 1909, 504, § 67. 
S. 1905, 175, §§ 1-3; R. 

1905, 175, § 4. 
S. 1905, 159; 1907,474, §§ 1, 

15. 
S. 1918, 257, § 187, subs. 5. 
S. 1907, 474, §§ 1, 15. 
S. 1907,474, §§ 6, 15. 
S. 1907,474, §§ 8, 15. 
S. 1907, 474, §§ 9, 15. 
S. 1909, 378; R. 1911, .396. 
PartG. L. Ill, §64; part S. 

1919, 350, § 96. 
O. 

S. 1902, 116, § 4. 
S. 1915, 114. 
S. 1918, 268, § 3. 
S. 1911, 186. 
S. 1905, 155. 
PartG. L. 128, § 4; part S. 

1919, 350, § 38. 
R. 1918, 257, § 312. 
PartG. L. 128, § 5; part O. 
PartG. L. 128, § 15; part S. 

1919, 350, § 37. 
O. 

S. 1916, 46, § 1. 
S. 1908, 416, § 1. 
G. L. 128, § 14. 
S. 1902, 116, §§ 1-3. 
S. 1902, 116, § 3; 1919, 350, 

§44. 
Part G. L. 129, § 38; part O. 
Part G. L. 129, §§ 2, 3, 5; 

parts. 1911, 381, § 1. 
G. L. 129, § 8. 
Part G. L. 129, §§ 11, 12; 

parts. 1920, 470; part O. 
S. 1911, 297, § 1. 
G. L. 129, § 10. 
G. L. 129, § 6. 
G. L. 129, § 27. 
S. 1908, 515, § 1. 
S. 1911, 143. 
G. L. 129, §§ 16, 17. 
S. 1916, 147. 
G. L. 129, §§ 18-22. 
G. L. 129, § 29. 
G. L. 129, § 24. 
S. 1918, 257, § 314. 
G. L. 129, §§ 23, 38. 
S. 1918, 39. 
S. 1918, 257, § 187, subs. 

10, § 193. 
S. 1908, 515, § 2. 
S. 1911, 6. 
S. 1918, 39. 
G. L. 129, § 35. 
S. 1903, 322. 
G. L. 129, §§ 33, 34. 



. 90, § 34 
• 91, §1 
" §2 
" §3 
" §4 
■' §5 
" §6 
" §7 
■' §S 



§9 . 
§§10-13 
§14 . 
§§15,16 
§17 . 
§18 . 
§19 . 

§20 . 

§21 . 

§§22,23 

§24 . 

§25 . 

§26 . 

§§27-33 

§§34-37 

§§38-41 

§42 

§§43-51 

§52 

§§ 53-56 

§57 

§58 

§59 
§60 
§61 
§62 
§63 
§64 
§65 
§66 
§67 
§68 
§69 
§70 

§71 . 
§§ 72-77 
§§ 78,79 



§80 . 

§81 . 

§82 . 

§83 . 

§84 . 

§85 . 
§§86,87 
§88 . 
§§89-91 
§92 . 

§§93,94 
§§95-98 
§99 . 
§§ 100, 101 
§§ 102, 103 
§ 104 . . 
§§ 105-107 
§ 108 . . 
§§ 109-112 
§ 113 . . 



G. L. 129, § 37. 
O. 

S. 1919, 350, §§ 39, 40, 43. 

S. 1905, 407. 

G. L. 130, § 5. 

Part G. L. 130, § 15; part O. 

G. L. 130, § 14. 

Special. 

S. 1906, 356, § 1; R. 1910, 

460, § 2. 
S. 1904, 365. 
G. L. 130, §§ 17-20. 
G. L. 130, § 22. 
G. L. 1.30, §§ 24, 25. 
S. 1918, 2.57, § 315. 
G. L. 130, § 27. 
S. 1903, 274; R. 1911, 286, 

§2. 
G. h. 1.30, § 29. 
S. 1918, 257, § 316. 
G. L. 130, §§ 31, 32. 
S. 1918, 257, § 317. 
G. L. 130, § 34. 
S. 1903, 294. 
G. L. 1.30, §§ 36-42. 
G. L. 130, §§ 44-47. 
Special. 

G. L. 130, § 48. 
Special. 

G. L. 130, § 43. 
Special. 

R. 1909, 377, § 4. 
S. 1909,377, §§1,3;R. 1909, 

377, § 4. 
R. 1909, 377, § 4. 
G. L. 130, § 57. 
R. 1918, 257, § 319. 
S. 1906, 314, § 1. 
S. 1902, 137. 
S. 1902, 544, § 11. 
G. L. 130, § 55. 
S. 1907, 296. 
S. 1904, 329. 
R. 1905, 417, § 2. 
R. 1904, 223. 
S. 1912, 129, §§ 1, 3; R. 

1912, 129, § 4. 
G. L. 130, § 67. 
G. L. 130, §§ 69-74. 
Part G. L. 130, § 76; part 

Special. 
G. L. 130, § 77. 
S. 1904, 116; R. 1917, 182. 
Special. 

S. 1908, 270, § 1. 
S. 1906, 288; R. 1907, 297, 

§4. 
S. 1913, 517. 
G. L. 130, § 91. 
S. 1907, 303. 
G. L. 130, §§ 100-102. 
S. 1909, 265, §§ 1, 2; R. 

1909, 265, § 4. 
G. L. 130, § 109. 
G. L. 130, §§ 114-117. 
Special. 

G. L. 130, §§ lis, 119. 
G. L. 1.30, §§ 135, 136. 
S. 1913, 549. 
G. L. 130, § 131. 
Part G. L. 130, § 131 ; part O. 
G. L. 130, §§ 131-134. 
G. L. 130, § 137. 



DISPOSITION OF THE REVISED LAWS. 



, §114 . 

§115 . 

§116 . 

§117 . 

§ 118 . 

§119 . 
§120 . 
§§ 121-126 
§127 . 
§128 . 
§129 . 
§130 . 
§131 . 
§132 . 
§133 . 
§§134-136 
§137 . 

§138 . 
§ 139 . 
§140 . 
§1 . 
§2 . 

§3 . 

§4 . 

§5 . 

§6 . 

§7 . 

§8 . 

§9 . 

§10 . 

§11 . 

§12 . 

§13 . 
§14 . 
§15 . 



§16 

§17 

§18 
§19 
§20 

§21 



" §23 . 
" § 24 .. 

c. 93, § 1 
•■ §§2-4 
" §§5,6 
" §7 . 

C.94, §§1,2 
•■ §3 . 
" §§ 4-7 
" §8 . 



c. 95, 



il-5 
i6,7 



§13 



G. L. 130, § 142. 

Special. 

S. 1913, 523. 

G. L. 1.30, § 146. 

Part G. L. 130, § 147; part 

O. 
G. L. 130, § 148. 
R. 1918, 40. 
Special. 

S. 1905, 281, § 1. 
S. 1907, 298, § 1. 
R. 1907, 298, § 2. 
Special. 

G. L. 130, § 149. 
S. 1908, 492. 
S. 1903, 246. 
G. L. 1.30, §§ 152-154. 
S. 1908, 330, § 1; R. 1908, 

330, § 2. 
G. L. 1.30, § 157. 
R. 1908, 76. (See 1919, 200.) 
G. L. 130, § 156. 
S. 1904, 176. 
S. 1903, 206; R. 1908, 441, 

§4. 
S. 1902, 165; R. 1906, 303, 

§2. 
S. 1906, 301, §§ 1, 3; R. 

1906, 301, § 2. 
S. 1903, 162; R. 1909, 508, 

§ 3; 1910,472, §2. 
S. 1904, 369. 
S. 1903, 287. 
S. 1903, 329. 
S. 1907, 166. 
Special. 
S. 1906, 241; R. 1910, 533, 

§5. 
S. 1906, 278; R. 1910, 533, 

§5. 
Special. 

G. L. 131, § 79. 
PartG. L. 131, §80; part S. 

1912, 567, §§ 3, 10; part 

R. 1912, 567, § 9. 
S. 1905, 73; R. 1908, 477, 

§4. 
S. 1903, 245; R. 1910, 545, 

§4. 
S. 1902, 154. 
G. L. 131, § 2. 
S. 1905, 445; R. 1908, 330, 

§2. 
S. 1911, 236, §§ 1, 3; 356, 

§§ 1,4; R. 1911, 236, §2; 

356, § 5. 
S. 1902, 236, § 1; R. 1902, 

236, § 2. 
Special. 

G. L. 131, § 78. 
G. L. 135, § 12. 
R. 1918, 257, § 321. 
R. 1918, 257, § 322. 
R. 1918, 257, § 323. 
S. 1918, 257, §§ 324, 325. 
R. 1918, 257, § 326. 
S. 1918, 257, §§ 327-330. 
R. 1918, 257, § 331. 
S. 1918, 257, § 332. 
G. L. 135, §§ 1-5. 
S. 1918, 257, § 333. 
G. L. 135, §§ 7-11. 
S. 1907, 363, §§ 1, 2. 



c. 96, § 1 . . 


. Part G. L. 16, § 2; part S. 




1916, 288, §§ 1, 2. 


" §2 . . 


. Part S. 1916, 288, §§ 3, 4; 




part O. 


" §3 . . 


. PartG. L. 91, § 2; part O. 


" §§4,5 . 


. G. L. 91, §§ 25, 26. 


" §6 . . 


. Part G. L. 91, § 27; part 




O. 


" §7 . . 


. G. L. 91, § 37. 


" §8 . . 


. G. L. 91, § 10. 


" §§9,10 . 


. G. L. 91, §31. 


" §11 . . 


. G. L. 91, § 30. 


■• §12 . . 


. G. L. 91, §§ 3, 6. 


" §13 . . 


. G. L. 91, § 32. 


■' §14 . . 


. G. L. 91, § 34. 


" §15 . . 


. G. L. 91, § 19. 


" § 16 . . 


. Part G. L. 91, § 20; part S. 




1914, 717, § 2. 


•• §17 . . 


. G. L. 91, § 14. 


" §18 . . 


. G. L. 91, § 13. 


" §§19,20 . 


. G. L. 91, § 18. 


•■ §21 . . 


. G. L. 91, § 15. 


" §22 . . 


. G. L. 91, § 17. 


" §23 . . 


. G. L. 91, §§ 21, 24. 


" §§24,25 . 


. G. L. 91, §§ 22, 23. 


■■ §26 . . 


. G. L. 91, § 28. 


■' §§27,28 . 


. G. L. 91, §§35, 36. 


c. 97, §§1-14 . 


. R. 1918, 257, § 334. 


'■ §§15-20 . 


. G. L. 91, §§ 39-44. 


" §21 . . 


. R. 1918, 257, § 334. 


" §22 . . 


. 0. 


" §23 . . 


. G. L. 91, § 45. 


c. 98, §§ 1, 2 . 


. S. 1904, 460, §§ 1, 2. 


" §3 . . 


. S. 1902, 414. 


" §4 . . 


. G. L. 136, § 6. 


" §5 . . 


. S. 1904. 460, § 3. 


" §6 . . 


. G. L. 1.36, § 12. 


" §7 


. R. 1918, 257, § 339. 


" §§8-11 . 


. G. L. 136, §§ 13-16. 


" §12 . . 


. S. 1908, 123. 


" §13 . . 


. G. L. 136, § 18. 


•• §§14, 15 . 


. G. L. 136, § 19. 


" §16 . . 


. G. L. 136, § 1. 


'■ §17 . . 


. G. L. 136, § 20. 


c. 99, §§1,2 . 


G. L. 137, §§ 1, 2. 


•■ §3 . . 


S. 1918, 257, § 340. 


■' §4 . . 


S. 1919, 247, § 1. 


•■ §5 . . 


G. L. 137, § 5. 


'• §6 . . 


S. 1919, 247, § 2. 


" §7 . . 


G. L. 137, § 7. 


c. 100 ... 


. [Note : Sections marked as 




being superseded by 1920, 




630, were used as a guide 




in the revision of this 




chapter. Sections marked 




as omitted were dropped 




as obsolete because of the 




eighteenth amendment to 




the Constitution of the 




United States.] 


" §1 . . 


PartG. L. 138, § 2; part O. 


" §2 . . 


Part G. L. 138, § 3; part O. 


" §§ 3-9 . 


G. L. 138, §§4-10. 


" § 10 . . 


S. 1920, 630, § 3. 


" §11 . . 


G. L. 138, § 12. 


" §12 . . 


S. 1920, 630, § 4. 


" §13 . . 


S. 1910, 476. 


■' § 14 . . 


S. 1920, 630, § 6. 


" §15 . . 


S. 1906, 287. 


" § 16 . . 


S. 1920, 630, § 7. 


" §17 . . 


S. 1906, 395; 1920, 630, § 8. 


" §18 . . 


Part G. L. 138, § 18; part S. 




1920, 630, § 9. 



DISPOSITION OF THE REVISED LAWS. 



c. 100, § 19 . 

" § 20 . 

" §21 . 

" § 22 . 

" §23 . 

" § 24 . 

" § 25 . 

" § 26 . 

" § 27 . 
§ 28 . 

" §29 . 
§§ 30-32 
§33 . 

" § 34 . 

" §35 . 

" §§36.37 
§§ 38, 39 
§40 . 

" §41 . 

" §42 . 

" §43 . 
§ 44 . 

" § 45 . 

" § 46 . 

" §47 . 
§48 . 

" §49 . 

" § 50 . 

" §§51,52 

" §53 

" §54 

" §§ 55, 56 

" §57 

" §58 

" §59 

§60 
" §61 
" §62 

§63 
" §§64,65 
'• § 66 . 

§ 67 . 

§§ 68-71 
" § 72 . 
" §§ 73-75 
•• § 76 . 
" §§77-79 

§ SO . 
" §§ 81-84 

§85 . 

§86 . 
" §87 . 
" § 88 . 
" §89 . 

§90 . 

c. 101, §§ 1^ 

" §5 . 

" §6 . 

" §7 . 



§§ 10, 11 
" §12 
c. 102, § 1 



PartG. L. 138, § 19; part S. 

1920, 630, § 10. 
S. 1902, 171. 
S. 1907, 190. 
S. 1913, 410, § 2. 
S. 1907, 308. 
G. L. 138, § 29. 
G. L. 138, §§ 30, 85. 
G. L. 138, § 31. 
S. 1918, 257, § 341. 
G. L. 138, § 88. 
G. L. 138, § 33. 
G. L. 138, §§39-41. 
R. 1903, 461. 
S. 1906, 374. 
S. 1906, 104. 
S. 1920, 630, §§ 14, 15. 
O. 

S. 1920, 630, § 16. 
S. 1920, 630, § 8. 
Part G. L. 138, §43; partS. 

1920, 630, § 17. 
Part G. L. 138, § 44; part S. 

1920, 630, § IS. 
Part G. L. 138, § 45; part S. 

1920, 630, § 19. 
Part G. L. 138, § 46; part S. 

1920, 630, § 20. 
PartG. L. 138, §47; part S. 

1920, 630, § 21. 
S. 1908, 108. 
O. 

S. 1907, 517, § 1. 
S. 1915, 130. 
O. 

S. 1920, 630, § 24. 
Part G. L. 138, § 87; part O. 
G. L. 138, §§ 77, 78. 
S. 1910, 264. 
Part G. L. 138, § 49; part 

Special. 
G. L. 138, § 50. 
O. 

PartG. L. 138, §51; part O. 
G. L. 138, §§52, 85. 
Part G. L. 13S. § 85; part O. 
G. L. 138, §§ 59, 60. 
O. 
Part G. L. 138, § 54; part S. 

1902, 110; 1914, 484. 
G. L. 138, §§ 55-58. 
PartG. L. 138, § 61; part O. 
G. L. 138, §§62-64. 
S. 1909, 154, § 1. 
G. L. 138, §§ 66-68. 
Part G. L. 138, § 69; part O. 
G. L. 138, §§ 70-73. 
S. 1909, 154, § 2. 
S. 1904, 122. 
G. L. 138, § 81. 
Part G. L. 138, § 82; part O. 
G. L. 138, § 76. 
G. L. 138, § 80. 
S. 1919, 333, § 7. 
G. L. 139, § 3. 
S. 1914, 624, §§ 1, 11. 
PartG. L. 139, §15; part S. 

1914, 624, § 2. 
S. 1914, 624, §§ 3, 12. 
G. L. 139, § 17. 
S. 1914, 624, §§ 13, 14. 
G. L. 139, § 18. 
G. L. 140, § 20. 



§2 . 

§§3,4 

§§5,6 

§7 

§S 

§9 

§§10 



§§13 


-18 


§19 




§20 




§21 




§22 




§§23 


-27 


§28 




§§29 


30 


§31 




§32 




§§33 


-39 


§40 




§41 




§42 




§§4.3-45 


§§46-56 


§57 




§§58 


59 


§60 




§61 




§§ 62- 


-65 


§66 




§67 




§68 




§69 




§70 





§71 . 

§72 . 

§§73-77 
§7S . 

§79 . 

§80 . 

§§S1,82 

§83 . , 

§§84,85 

§86 . 

§§87,88 
§89 . 
§90 . 
§91 . 
§92 . 
§93 . 
§94 . 

§95 . . 

§§96-98 
§§99, 100 



S. 1910, 383. 

G. L. 140, § 4. 

G. L. 140, §§ 5, 6. 

G. L. 140, §§ 7, 9. 

G. L. 140. §§ 8, 9. 

S. 1918, 64. 

G. L. 140, §§ 10, 11. 

G. L. 140, §§ 12, 13. 

G. L. 140, §§ 13-18. 

O. 

G. L. 140, § 9. 

G. L. 140, § 21. 

G. L. 140, § 19. 

G. L. 140, §§41-45. 

S. 1920, 216. 

S. 1902, 187, §§ 1, 2. 

G. L. 140, § 54. 

S. 1902, 187, § 3. 

G. L. 140, §§70-76. 

S. 190.5, 415. 

S. 1911,727, §21. 

S. 1907, 211. 

G. L. 140, §§80-82. 

G. L. 140, §§ 85-95. 

S. 1908, 605, § 1; R. 1911, 

727, § 24. 
S. 1911, 727, §§ 11, 12; R. 

1911, 727. § 24. 
R. 1911, 727, § 24. 
S. 1908, 605, § 2; R. 1911, 

727, § 24. 
S. 1911, 727, §§ 13-16; R. 

1911, 727, § 24. 
S. 1908, 605, § 4; R. 1911, 

727, § 24. 
S. 1911, 727, § 18; R. 1911, 

727, § 24. 
S. 1908, 605, § 6; R. 1911, 

727, § 24. 
S. 1912, 486. 
Part G. L. Ill, § 156; part 

S. 1912, 486. 
G. L. Ill, §§ 157, 158. 
Part G. L. Ill, § 158; part 

S. 1912. 486. 
G. L. 140. §§ 115-119. 
S. 1907, 373, § 1; R. 1915, 

259, § 13. 
S. 1905, 259, § 2; R. 1915, 

259, § 13. 
S. 1911, 562, § 2; R. 1915. 

259. § 13. 
S. 1905, 310, §§ 1, 2; R. 

1915, 259, § 13. 
S. 1911, 562, § 5; R. 1915, 

259 § 13. 
S. 1907, 373, §§ 3, 4; R. 

1915. 259. § 13. 
S. 1905, 310, § 3; R. 1915, 

259, § 13. 
S. 1910, 565, §§1,5. 
S. 1904, 370, § 2. 
S. 1904, 370, § 4. 
S. 1904, 370, §§ 2, 4. 
S. 1909, 199. 
S. 1904, 370. §§ 2. 4. 
Part S. 1904, 370, §§ 1, 2; 

part O. 
Part G. L. 148, § 26; part S. 

1904, 370, § 1. 
S. 1904. 370. 
S. 1910, 588, § 2; R. 1910, 

588, § 1. 



cxl 



DISPOSITION OF THE REVISED LAWS. 



c. 102, 1 101 




" § 102 




•• § 103 




" § 104 




■■ § 105 




§§ 106- 


108 


" §§ 109, 


110 


'■ §§111, 


112 


•■ §113 




" §§114, 


115 


§116 




■' §117 




•■ §§118, 


119 


" §§ 120, 


121 


" § 122 




§ 123 




" § 124 




" §§ 125, 


126 


" § 127 




■' 5§ 128, 


129 


■■ § 130 




" §131 




" §132 




" § 133 





" § 134 . 

" § 135 . 

§ 136 . 

" § 137 . 

" § 138 . 

§§ 139, 140 
" § 141 

" § 142 

§§ 143, 144 

§§ 145-150 
" §151 . 
" § 152 

§§ 153, 154 
" § 155 . 

§ 156 . 
" § 157 

§§ 158-163 

§ 164 

§§ 165, 166 
" § 167 . 
" § 168 . 
" §§ 169-171 

§§172,173 

§§ 174, 175 
" § 176 . 
" §§ 177-180 

§§ 181-183 
" § 184 . 

§ 185 . 

§ 186 . 

§§ 187-189 
103, § 1 . . 
•• §2 . . 
•■ §3 . . 
" §4 . . 

" §5 . . 



§8 



S. 1910, 588, § 4; R. 1910, 

588, § 1. 
S. 1904, 370. 
Parte. L. 148, §27; part S. 

1904, 370, § 1. 
S. 1914, 795, §§ 3, 5. 
O. 

G. L. 148, §§ 60-62. 
S. 1911, 204, §§ 1, 2. 
G. L. 148, §§ 22, 23. 
R. 1904, 370, § 5. 
Part S. 1904, 370, § 3 ; part O. 
S. 1904, 370, § 4. 
G. L. 148, § 18. 
O. 

G. L. 148, §§ 63, 64. 
S. 1908, 187, § 1. 
G. L. 140, § 133. 
PartG. L. 140, § 134; part O. 
G. L. 140, §§ 13.5, 136. 
PartG. L. 140, §132; part S. 

1908, 187, § 3. 
S. 1914, 198, § 4. 
S. 1908, 169. 

G. L. 140, § 140. 
G. L. 140, § 145. 
Part G. L. 140, § 147; part 

R. 1904, 353, § 3. 
S. 1910, 319; part R. 1918, 

291, §21. 
G. L. 140, § 149. 
G. L. 140, § 146. 
G. L. 140, § 141. 
S. 1904, 105, § 1; R. 1904, 

105, § 2. 
G. L. 140, §§ 143, 144. 
S. 1904, 105, § 1; R. 1904, 

105, § 2. 
S. 1914, 198, § 4. 
S. 1907,240, §§1,2. 
G. L. 140, §§ 154-159. 
S. 1903, 100. 
S. 1905, 106. 
G. L. 140, §§ 163, 164. 
S. 1904, 142. 
G. L. 140, § 166. 
G. L. 140, § 161. 
G. L. 140, §§ 167-172. 
G. L. 140, § 153. 
G. L. 140, §§ 173, 174. 
G. L. 140, § 176. 
S. 1920, 191. 
G. L. 140, §§ 178-180. 
S. 1904, 460, §§ 4, 5. 
G. L. 140, §§ 184, 185. 
S. 1906, 190. 
G. L. 140, §§ 187-190. 
S. 1910, 125, §§ 1-3. 
S. 1906, 107. 
G. L. 140, § 201. 
S. 1902, 187, § 4. 
G. L. 140, §§ 203-205. 
G. L. 142, §§ 1, 3. 
S. 1909, 536, §§ 2-4. 
S. 1909, 536, § 1. 
Part G. L. 142, § 4; part S. 

1909,536, §§2-4; part O. 
PartG. L. 142, § 11; part S. 

1909, 536, §7; part O. 
G. L. 142, §§ 12, 13. 

Part S. 1909, 530, § 10; 

part O. 
G. L. 142, § 14. 



c. 103, § 10 
" §11 
" §12 

c. 104, § 1 



•■ §§5-14 . 

§§ 15-18 

§§19,20 
" §21 . 
•• §22 . 
" §23 . 
" §24 . 
" §25 . 
" §26 . 
" §27 . 
" §28 . 

§§ 29, 30 
" §31 . 
" §§32,33 
" §§.34,35 
" §§36,37 

§§38-40 
" §41 . 
" §§42-47 
" §§48,49 

§50 . 
" §51 . 
" §52 . 
" §53 . 

§54 . 

" §55 . 

" §56 . 

c. 105, § 1 . 



2, 6; R. 



R. 



§3 

§4 



§5 



Special. 

G. L. 142, § 15. 

G. L. 142, § 2. 

S. 1912, 334; R. 1913, 655, 

§61. 
S. 1913, 655, §§ 2, 3; R. 

1913, 655, § 61. 
S. 1908, 221; R. 1913, 655, 

§61. 
S. 1913, 655, §§ 5-14; R. 

1913, 655, § 61. 
S. 1913, 655, §§ 25-28; R. 

1913, 655, § 61. 
S. 1908, 487, §§ 1, 2; R. 

1908, 487, § 3. 

S. 1913, 655, § 56; R. 1913, 

655, § 61. 
S. 1913, 655, § 15; R. 1913, 

655, § 61. 
S. 1913, 655, § 22; R. 1913, 

655, § 61. 
S. 1913, 655, § 16; R. 1913, 

655, § 61. 
S. 1907, 503, § 1; R. 1913, 

655, § 61. 
S. 1913, 655, § 21; R. 1913, 

655, § 61. 
S. 1913, 806, §§ 1, 

1913, 806, § 13. 
S. 1911, 455; R. 1913, i 

§ 13. 
S. 1913, 655, §§ 42, 43; 

1913, 655, § 61. 
Part S. 1913, 655, § 44; part 

R. 1913,655, §61; part O. 
S. 1913, 655, §§ 44, 45; R. 

1913, 655, § 61. 
S. 1913, 655, § 46; R. 1913, 

■655, § 61. 
S. 1913, 655, §§ 23, 24; R. 

1913, 655, § 61. 
S. 1909, 514, §§ 91-93; R. 

1909, 514, § 145. 

S. 1907, 503, § 2; R. 1909, 

514, § 145. 
S. 1909, 514, §§ 95-100; R. 

1909, 514, § 145. 
S. 1913, 655, §§ 47, 48; R. 

1913, 655, § 61. 
S. 1913, 655, § 50; R. 1913, 

655, § 61. 
S. 1913, 655, § 57; R. 1913, 

655, § 61. 
S. 1913, 655, § 60; R. 1913, 

655, § 61. 
S. 1913, 655, § 52; R. 1913, 

655, § 61. 
S. 1913, 655, § 29; R. 1913, 

655, § 61. 
S. 1913, 655, § 53; R. 1913, 

655, § 61. 
S. 1909, 514, § 36; R. 1913, 

655, § 61. 
Part G. L. 22, § 6; 146, 

§§ 17, 56; part S. 1907, 

465, § 4; 1913, 610, § 1; 

part R. 1913, 610, § 0; 

part O. 
S. 1907, 465, §§ 1, 2. 
S. 1907, 465, §§ 1, 13. 
Part S. 1907, 465, §§ 14, 15; 

part O. 
S. 1907, 465, §§ 15, 20. 



DISPOSITION OF THE REVISED LAWS. 



cxli 



c. 105, § 6 . . 


S. 1907, 465, § 28. 


" §§7,8 . 


O. 


" §9 . . 


S. 1907, 465, § 20. 


" §§10,11 


S. 1907, 465, §§ 20, 28. 


" §12 . . 


O. 


c. 106 ... 


R. 1909, 514, § 145. 


•' §1 . . 


S. 1904,399, § 1; 1909, 514, 




§ 10; part R. 1904, 399, 




§2. 


" §2 . . 


S. 1902, 446. 


" §§3-5 . 


S. 1904, 313, §§ 2-4. 


" §§6-S . 


S. 1909, 514, §§ 15-17. 


" §9 . . 


.S. 1909, 514, § 33. 


'■ §10 . . 


S. 1909, 514, § 120. 


" §§11-13 


S. 1909,514, §§ 18-20. 


" §14 . . 


S. 1904,311. 


" § 15 . . 


S. 1909, 514, § 24. 


" §16 . . 


S. 1908, 489, §§ 1-5; 1909, 




514, § 140; part R. 1908, 




489, § 6. 


■' §17 . . 


S. 1909, 514, § 144. 


" § 18 . . 


S. 1909, 514, § 30. 


■' §19 . . 


S. 1909, 514, § 43. 


§20 . . 


S. 1906, 517, § 1; 1909, 514, 




§46. 


" §21 . . 


S. 1906, 517, § 2. 


" §22 . . 


S. 1906, 463, III, § 95; R. 




1906, 463, III, § 158. 


" §23 . . 


S. 1904, 397; 1909, 514, 




§47. 


" §24 . . 


S. 1902, 435. 


" §§25,26 


S. 1909, 514, §§ 49, 50. 


" §27 . . 


S. 1907, 267, § 1. 


" §28 . . 


S. 1905, 267, § 1. 


" §§29,30 


S. 1909, 514, §§ 57, 58. 


" §31 . . 


S. 1904, 432. 


" §32 . . 


S. 1909, 514, § 60. 


" §33 . . 


S. 1906, 499, §§ 1, 4; R. 




1906, 499, § 6. 


" §34 . . 


S. 1906, 499, §§ 2, 4. 


" §35 . . 


S. 1902, 183. 


§36 . . 


S. 1909, 514, § 67. 


'■ §§37-42 


S. 1909, 514, §§ 68-73. 


" §43 . . 


S. 1909, 514, § 74. 


■' §§44-46 


S. 1909, 514, §§ 75-77. 


" §§ 47-53 


S. 1909, 514, §§ 79-85. 


" §§54,55 


S. 1909, 514, § 105. 


§§ 56-61 


S. 1909, 514, §§ 106-111. 


§62 . . 


S. 1902, 450. 


§§63,64 


S. 1909,514, §§ 113, 114. 


" §§ 65, 66 


S. 1905, 304, §§1,2. 


§67 . . 


. S. 1909, 514, § 117. 


" §68 . . 


S. 1905, 304, §3; 1909, 514, 




§118. 


" §69 . . 


. S. 1909, 514, § 119. 


" §70 . . 


. S. 1909, 514, § 36. 


" §71 . . 


. S. 1908, 420. 


" §72 . . 


. S. 1906, 370. 


" §73 . . 


. S. 1908, 457. 


" §§74-78 


. S. 1909, 514, §§ 131-135. 


" §79 . . 


. S. 1909, 514, § 142. 


c. 107 ... 


. R. 1909, 371, § 10. 


" §1 . . 


. S. 1909, 371, §§ 1,2. 


" §2 . . 


. S. 1908, 462, § 1. 


" §3 . . 


. R. 1908, 90. 


" §4 . . 


. S. 1909, 371, § 9. 


" §§5,6 . 


. S. 1909, 371, § 4. 


" §7 . . 


. S. 1909, 371, § 3. 


" §8 . . 


. S. 1909, 371, § 5. 


" §9 . . 


. S. 1908, 481, § 1; R. 1908, 




481, §2. 


" §§10,11 


. R. 1902, 438, § 7. 


c. lOS, § 1 . . 


. S. 1904, 318, § 1. 



c. 108, § 1 



§3 
§4 
§5 



§6 . . 

§7 . . 

§8 . . 
§9 . . 
§10 . . 
§§11,12 



§ 13 



§14 



§15 



§16 



23 




24 




25 




§26- 


-28 


§29, 


30 


31 




§ 32-34 


35 




36 





§37 . 
§38 . 



§4 



§5 



§6 



S. 1906, 521, § 1; 1912, 726, 

§ 4; 1919, 350, §§ 100, 

102. 
S. 1913, 480. 
G. L. 22, § 8. 
Part G. L. 22, § 7; part S. 

1904, 382, § 1; 1905, 247, 

§ 1; 365; 461, § 1; 1906, 

480; 1913,834, § 1; 1918, 

275, § 1; part R. 1904, 

382, § 2; 1913, 834, § 2. 
Part G. L. 147, § 3; part S. 

1912, 726, § 10. 
Part G. L. 147, § 2; part 

O. 
S. 1907, 413. 
G. L. 147, § 7. 
S. 1902, 544, § 12. 
S. 1909, 514, §§ 34, 35; R. 

1909, 514, § 145. 
PartG. L. 159, §89; part S. 

1906,463, I, §49; part R. 

1906, 463, I, § 68. 
Part G. L. 159, § 90; part S. 

1906, 463, I, § 50; part R. 

1906, 463, I, § 68. 
PartG. L. 159, §91; part S. 

1906,463, I, §51; part R. 

1906, 463, I, § 68. 
PartG. L. 159, §92; part S. 

1906,463, I, §52; part R. 

1906, 463, I, § 68. 
S. 1906, 463, I, § 53; R. 

1906, 463, I, § 68. 
G. L. 159, § 93. 
Part G. L. 159, § 95; part S 

1906, 463, I, § 55; part R 

1906, 463, I, § 68. 
S. 1906, 463, I, § 49; R 

1906, 463, I, § 68. 
S. 1906, 463, I, § 52; R 

1906, 463, I, § 68. 
S. 1906, 463, I, §§ 53, 54 

R. 1906, 463, I, § 68. 
R. 1906, 463, I, § 68. 
S. 1906, 463, I, §§ 50, 

R. 1906, 463, I, § 68. 
G. L. 147, §§ 11-13. 
S. 1903,428, §§ 1, 2. 
G. L. 32, § 84. 
G. L. 147, §§ 18-20, 
PartG. L. 147, §21 
S. 1919, 271, §§ 1 

1919, 271, § 10. 
Part S. 1919, 271, § 9; R. 

1919, 271, § 10. 
G. L. 147, § 31. 
G. L. 155, § 1. 
O. 
Part G. L. 155, § 3; part S. 

1903, 437, § 2; 1914, 742, 

I 12; part R. 1903, 437, 
§ 95; 1914, 742, § 199. 
Part G. L. 155, § 6; part S. 

1903, 437, § 4; 1914, 742, 
§ 17; part R. 1903, 437, 
§ 95; 1914, 742, § 199. 
Part G. L. 155, § 7; part S. 

1903, 437, §§ 13, 20, 22, 

24; 1914, 742, § 18; part 

R. 1903, 437, § 95; 1914, 

742, § 199. 
G. L. 155, § 8. 



52 



part O. 
, 5; R. 



cxlii 

c. 109, § 7 



DISPOSITION OF THE REVISED LAWS. 



§ 10 

§11 
§ 12 
§13 

§14 
§ 15 

§ 16 

§17 



§ 19 
§20 



S. 1903, 437, §§ 4, 40; 1910, 

197; part R. 1903, 437, 

§95. 
Part G. L. 155, § 9; part S. 

1903, 437, § 5; 1906, 463, 

II, § 14; 1914, 742, § 6; 

part R. 1903, 437, § 95; 

1914, 742, § 199. 
S. 1903, 437, § 40; 1906, 

463, II, § 223; 1908, 163, 

§ 1; R. 1903, 4.37, § 95; 

1906,463, II, §258; 190S, 

163, § 2. 
S. 1903, 437, § 41 ; 1906, 463, 

II, § 224; 1908, 163, § 1; 

R. 1903, 437, § 95; 1906, 

463, II, § 258; 1908, 163, 

§2. 
Part S. 1906, 463, II, § 225; 

part R. 1906, 463, II, 

§ 25S; part O. 
PartG. L. 155, § 13; part S. 

1903, 437, § 6; part R. 

1903, 437, § 95. 
Part G. L. 67, § 22; 155, 

§ 14; part S. 1903, 437, 

§§6,9; partR. 1903,437, 

§95. 
Parts. 1903. 437, § 9; part 

R. 1903, 437, § 95; part 

O. 
PartG. L. 155, § 15; part S. 

1903,437, § 21; 1906, 463, 

II, § 34, III, § 15; 1914, 

742, § 19; part R. 1903, 

437, § 95; 1906, 463, II, 

§ 258, III, § 158; 1914, 

742, § 199. 
Part S. 1914, 742, § 20; part 

R. 1914, 742, § 199; part 

O. 
Part G. L. 155, § 21 ; part S. 

1903,437, §29; 1906,463, 

II, § 38, III, § 19; 1914, 
742, § 21; part R. 1903, 
437, § 95; 1906, 463, II, 
§ 258, III, § 158; 1914, 
742, § 199. 

Part G. L. 155, § 16; part S. 

1903, 437, §§ 8, 40, 41; 

1914, 742, § 29; part R. 

1903, 437, § 95; 1914, 

742, § 199. 
PartG. L. 155, § 17; part S. 

1903, 437, § 14; part R. 

1903, 437, § 95. 
PartG. L. 165, §12; 166, §9; 

part S. 1906, 463, II, § 63, 

III, §105; 1914, 742, §36; 
787, §5; partR. 1906, 463, 

II, §258, III, §158; 1914, 
742, ^199; 787, § 12. 

Part G. L. 165, § 12; 166, 
§ 10; parts. 1906,463, II, 
§ 64, III, § 106; 1914, 
742, § 37; 787, § 5; part 
R. 1906, 463, II, § 258, 

III, § 158; 1914, 742, 
§ 199; 787, § 12. 

Part G. L. 165, § 13; part R. 

1914, 787, § 12. 
PartG. L. 165, § 14; partR. 

1914, 787, § 12. 



109, § 24 . . . Part G. L. 165, § 12; 160, 
§ 4; part S. 1906, 463, II, 
§ 65, III, § 107; 1913, 
784, § 3; 1914, 742, § 39; 
787, § 5; part R. 1906, 
463, II, § 258, III, § 158; 
1914, 742, § 199; 787, 
§ 12. 

§ 25 ... S. 1906, 463, II, § 66, III, 
§ 108; R. 1906, 463, II, 
§ 258, III, § 158. 

§ 26 ... S. 1914, 742, § 40; R. 1914, 
742, § 199. 

§ 27 . . . Part G. L. 165, § 12; 166, 
§ 5; part S. 1906, 463, II, 
§ 67, III, § 109; 1913, 
784, § 3; 1914, 742, § 41; 
787, § 5; part R. 1906, 
463, II, § 258, III, § 158; 
1914,742, §199; 787, § 12. 

§ 28 . . . Part G. L. 165, § 12; 166, 
§ 6; part S. 1906, 463, II, 
§ 68, III, § 110; 1914, 
742, § 42; 787, § 5; part 
R. 1906, 463, II, § 258, 
III, § 158; 1914, 742, 
§ 199; 787, § 12. 

§ 29 ... G. L. 155, § 20. 

§ 30 . . . Part G. L. 165, § 12; 166, 
§ 7; part S. 1906, 463, II, 
§ 69, III, § 111; 1909, 
477, § 1; 1914, 742, § 43; 
787, § 5; 1918, 54; part 
R. 1906, 463, II, § 258, 
III, § 158; 1909,477, §3; 
1914, 742, § 199; 787, 
§ 12. 

§ 31 . . . Part G. L. 165, § 12; 166, 
§ 8; part S. 1906, 463, II, 
§ 70, III, § 112; 1909, 
477, § 2; part R. 1906, 
46.3, II, § 258, III, § 158; 
1909, 477, § 3; 1914, 787, 
§12. 

§ 32 . . . PartG. L. 155, §22; parts. 
1903,437, §30; 1906,463, 
II. §42, III, § 23; 1914, 
742, § 24; part R. 1903, 
437, § 95; 1906, 463, II, 
§ 258, III, § 158; 1914, 
742, § 199. 

§33. . . PartG. L. 155, §22; parts. 
1903,437, §30; 1906,463, 
II, § 42, III, § 23; 1914, 
742, § 25; part R. 1903, 
437, § 95; 1906, 463, II, 
§ 258, III, § 158; 1914, 
742, § 199. 

§34. . . PartG. L. 155, §23; parts. 
1914, 742, § 26; part R. 
1914, 742, § 199. 

§ 35 . . . PartG. L. 155, §22; parts. 
1903,437, §30; 1906,463, 
II, § 42, III, § 23; ^914, 
742, § 27; part R. 1903, 
437, § 95; 1906, 463, II, 
§ 258, III, § 158; 1914, 
742, § 199; part O. 

§36 . . . Part S. 1903, 423, § 1; R. 
1903, 423, § 2. 

§§37,38 . S. 1903,423, § 1; R. 1903, 
423, § 2. 

§ 39 ... R. 1903, 423, § 2. 



DISPOSITION OF THE REVISED LAWS. 



cxliii 



§40 


. . Parte. L. 155, §47; part S. 
1903,437, §32; 1906,463, 
II, § 44, III, § 25; 1914, 
742, § 62; part R. 1903, 
437, § 95; 1906, 463, II. 


c. 110, § 13 




§ 258, III, § 158; 1914, 


" §14 




742, § 199. 




§§41 


-51 . O. 




§52 


. . Part G. L. 155, § 50; part S. 






1903,437, §51; 1906,463, 


■' §15 




II, §226, III, §138; 1914, 






742, § 84; part R. 1903, 






437, § 95; 1906, 463, II, 






§ 258, III, § 158; 1914, 


" §16 




742, § 199. 


■>, 


§53 


. . Part G. L. 155, § 51; part S. 
1903,437, §52; 1906,463, 
II, §227, III, §139; 1914, 
742, § 85; part R. 1903, 
437, § 95; 1906, 463. II. 






§258, III, § 158; 1914, 


" §17 




742, § 199. 




§54 


. . PartG. L. 155, §52; part S. 
1903,437, §53; 1905,156; 






1906, 463, II, § 228, III, 


" §18 




§ 140; 1914, 742, § 86; 






part R. 1903, 437, § 95; 






1906, 463, II, § 258, III, 






§ 158; 1914, 742, § 199. 


" §19 


§55 


. . Part G. L. 155. § 53; part S. 
1903,437, §54; 1906,463, 
II, §229, III, §141; 1914, 
742, § 87; part R. 1903, 
437, § 95; 1906, 463. II. 






I 258, III. § 158; 1914, 


" §20 




742. § 199. 




§56 


. . G. L. 155, § 54. 




§57 


. . PartG. L. 155, §55; part S. 






1903,437, §55; 1906,463, 


" §21 




II, §231. III. §143; 1914, 


§22 




742, § 88; part R. 1903, 






437, § 95; 1906, 463, II, 






§ 258, III, § 158; 1914, 






742, § 199. 


" §23 


§1 


. . Part G. L. 155, § 2; part S. 
1903, 437, § 3; part R. 
1903, 437, § 95; part 






O. 


" §24 


§2 


. . Part G. L. 158, § 1; 165, 
§ 12; part S. 1903, 437, 
§ 1; 1914, 742, § 2; part 






R. 1903, 437, § 95; 1914, 


■' §25 




742, § 199. 




§3 


. . Part S. 1903, 437, § 2; part 
R. 1903, 437, § 95; part 






O. 


" §26 


§4 


. . Part G. L. 158, § 2; part S. 
1903, 437, § 7; 1914, 742, 
§ 3; part R. 1903, 437, 
§ 95; "1914, 742, § 199. 




§§5, 


3 . . S. 1903, 437, §§ 7, 8; R. 
1903, 437, § 95. 


" §27 


§7 


. . S. 1903, 437, § 93; R. 1903, 
437, § 95. 




§8 


. . S. 1903, 437, §§ 7, 8, 92; R. 
1903, 437, § 95. 


" §28 


§9 


. . S. 1910. 346; part R. 1914, 
742, § 199. 




§10 


. . S. 1903, 437, §§ 1, 7, 8; R. 






1903, 437, § 95. 


" §29 


§11 


. . S. 1903,437, §§7,8; R. 1903, 
437, § 95. 




§12 


. . R. 1918, 257, § 363. 


" §30 



Part G. L. 158, § 4; 165, 
§ 12; part S. 1903, 437, 
§§7,8; 1914,742, §§3,5; 
part R. 1903, 437, § 95; 
1914, 742, § 199; part O. 

Part S. 1903, 437, §§ 7, 8; 
1914, 742, § 4; part R. 
1903,437, §95; 1914,742, 
§ 199; part O. 

Part G. L. 158, § 5; part S. 
1903. 437, § 8; 1914, 742, 
§ 5; part R. 1903, 437, 
§ 95; 1914, 742, § 199. 

Part G. L. 155, § 9; 175, 
§ 49; 177, § 4; part S. 
1903, 437, § 5; 1912, 623, 
§ 1; 1913, 447, § 1; 1914, 
742, § 6; part R. 1903, 
437, §95; 1914, 742, §199; 
part O. 

Part G. L. 158, § 6; part S. 
1903, 437, § 9; 1914, 742, 
§ 7; part R. 1903, 437, 
§ 95; 1914, 742, § 199. 

Part G. L. 158, § 7; part S. 
1903, 437, § 8; 1914, 742, 
§ 8; part R. 1903, 437, 
§ 95; 1914, 742, § 199. 

Part G. L. 158, § 8; part S. 
1903.437, §10; 1906.463, 
II, § 30; 1914, 742, § 9; 
part R. 1903, 4.37, § 95; 
1906, 463. II, § 258; 1914, 
742, § 199. 

PartG. L. 158, § 9; part S. 
1903,437, §§ 11, 12; 1914, 
742, § 10; part R. 1903. 
437, §95; 1914, 742, §199. 

O. 

Part G. L. 158, § 18; part S. 
1903. 437, §§ 17, 18; 1914, 
742, § 13; part R. 1903, 
437, §95; 1914,742, § 199. 

Part G. L. 158. § 19; part S. 
1903.437. § 18; 1914,742, 
§ 14; part R. 1903, 437, 
§ 95; 1914, 742, § 199. 

Part G. L. 158, § 20; part S. 
1903,437, § 18; 1914,742, 
§ 15; part R. 1903, 437, 
§ 95; 1914, 742, § 199. 

Part G. L. 158, § 34; part S. 
1903,437, §24; 1914,742, 
§ 16; part R. 1903, 437, 
§ 95; 1914. 742. § 199. 

Part G. L. 158, § 35; part S. 
1903, 437, §§ 13, 20; 1914, 
742, § 18; part R. 1903, 
437, § 95; 1914, 742, 
§ 199. 

Part G. L. 158, § 21 ; part S. 
1903,437, §26; 1914,742, 
§ 22; part R. 1903, 437, 
§ 95; 1914, 742, § 199. 

PartG. L. 158, §22; part S. 
1903, 423, § 1; 437, § 31; 
1914, 742, § 22; part R. 
1903, 437, § 95; 1914. 742, 
§ 199, 

PartG. L. 158, §23; part S. 
1914, 742, § 28; part R. 
1914, 742, § 199. 

O. 



cxliv 

c. 110, §31 

'• 5 32 
" § 33 

" §34 



135 
I 36 



DISPOSITION OF THE REVISED LAWS. 



§43 . 



§44 . 



" §45 . 



" §46 . 



§47 . 



" §48 
" §49 



" §51 



Parte. L. 158, §24; part S. 
1903,437, §40; 1914,742, 
§ 35; part R. 1903, 437, 
§ 95; 1914, 742, § 199. 

S. 1903, 437, § 40; 1908, 534, 
§ 1; part R. 1903, 437, 
§ 95; 1914, 742, § 199. 

Part S. 1903, 437, § 4; 1914, 
742, § 50; part R. 1903, 
437, § 95; 1914, 742, 
§ 199. 

Part G. L. 155, § 20; part S. 
1903, 437, § 40; part R. 
1903, 437, § 95. 

0. 

PartG. L. 158, §25; part S. 

1902, 441, §§ 1, 2; 1914. 
742, § 31; part R. 1903, 
437, § 95; 1914, 742, 
§ 199. 

Part G. L. 158, § 26; part S. 

1914, 742, § 32; part R. 

1914, 742, § 199. 
Part G. L. 158, §27; partS. 

1914, 742, § 33; part R. 

1914, 742, § 199. 
Part G. L. 158, § 28; part 

S. 1914, 742, § 34; part 

R. 1914, 742, § 199. 
Part G. L. 158, § 29; part 

S. 1914, 742, § 45; part 

R. 1914, 742, § 199. 
Part G. L. 158, § 30; part 

S. 1914,742, §46; part R. 

1914, 742, § 199. 
Part G. L. 158, § 31; part S. 

1914, 742, § 47; part R. 

1914, 742, § 199; part 

O. 
Part G. L. 158, § 32; part 

S. 1903, 437, §§ 11, 12, 

14; 1914, 742, § 48; part 

R. 1903, 437, § 95; 1914, 

742, § 199. 
Part G. L. 158, § 33; partS. 

1903, 437, §§ 11, 12, 14; 
1914, 742, § 36; part R. 
1903, 437, §95; 1914, 742, 
§ 199. 

Part S. 1903, 437, § 14; 1914, 

742, § 49; part R. 1903, 

437, §95; 1914,742, §199; 

part O. 
Part G. L. 158, § 10; part 

S. 1903, 437, §§ 4, 40; 

1914, 742, § 50; 1920, 

295; part R. 1903, 437, 

§ 95; 1914, 742, § 199. 
S. 1903,437, §§40,41; 1910, 

124; part R. 1903, 437, 

§ 95; 1914, 742, § 199. 
Special. 
S. 1903, 437, § 40; R. 1903, 

437, § 95. 
S. 1903, 437, § 94; 1914, 

742, § 60; 1919, 333, § 15; 

part R. 1903, 437, § 95; 

1914, 742, § 199. 
PartG. L. 158, §37; part S. 

1903, 437, §§ 45, 46; 

1914, 742, § 65; part R. 

1903,437, §95; 1914,742, 

§ 199; part O. 



c. 110, § 52 



§53 



" §54 



§55 



§56 



§58 



§59 



§61 



§62 



§64 



§65 



§67 



§71 



PartG. L. 158, §37; part S. 
1903,437, §47; 1914,742, 
§ 66; part R. 1903, 437, 
§ 95; 1914, 742, § 199. 

Part G. L. 158, § 38; part S. 
1903, 437, § 49; 1914, 
742, § 67; part R. 1903, 
437, §95; 1914,742, §199. 

PartG. L. 158, §39; part S. 
1903,437, §§41,42; 1914, 
742, § 68; part R. 1903, 
437, §95; 1914,742, §199. 

Part G. L. 158, § 40; part S. 
1903, 437, §§41, 43; 1914, 
742, § 69; part R. 1903, 
437, §95; 1914,742, §199. 

Part S. 1903, 437, § 92; part 
R. 1903, 437, § 95. 

Part G. L. 158, § 41 ; part S. 
1903, 437, §§ 41, 46; 1914, 
742, § 70; part R. 1903, 
437, §95; 1914,742, §199. 

PartG. L. 158, §44; part S. 
1903,437, §§34,35; 1914, 
742, § 73; part R. 1903, 
437, §95; 1914,742, §199. 

Part G. L. 158, § 45; part 
S. 1903, 437, § 33; 1914, 
742, § 74; part R. 1903, 
437, §95; 1914,742, §199. 

Part G. L. 158, § 46; part S. 
1903,437, §36; 1914,742, 
f 75; part R. 1903, 437, 
§ 95; 1914, 742, § 199. 

PartG. L. 158, §47; part S. 
1903, 437, § 36; 1914, 742, 
§ 76; part R. 1903, 437, 
§ 95; 1914, 742, § 199. 

Part G. L. 1.58, § 49; part 
S. 1903, 437, § 36; 1914, 
742, § 77; part R. 1903, 
437, §95; 1914,742, §199. 

Part G. L. 158, § 50; part 
S. 1903, 437, § 38; 1914, 
742, § 78; part R. 1903, 
437, §95; 1914,742, § 199. 

Part S. 1914, 742, § 79; 
part R. 1914, 742, § 199; 
part O. 

Part G. L. 158, § 51; part 
S. 1903, 437, § 37; 1914, 
742, § SO; part R. 1903, 
437, §95; 1914,742, §199. 

Part G. L. 158, § 52; part 
S. 1903, 437, § 37; 1914, 
742, § 81; part R. 1903, 
437, § 95; 1914, 742, 
§ 199. 

Part G. L. 158, § 53; part S. 
1903, 437, § 37; 1914, 
742, § 82; part R. 1903, 
437, § 95; 1914, 742, 
§ 199. 

Part G. L. 158, § 54; part S. 
1903, 437, § 39; 1914, 742, 
§ 83; part R. 1903, 437, 
§ 95; 1914, 742, § 199. 

S. 1903,' 437, § 93; R. 1903, 
437, § 95. 

S. 1903, 437, § 92; R. 1903, 
437, § 95. 

R. 1918, 257, § 194. 

O. 



DISPOSITION OF THE REVISED LAWS. 



cxiv 



c. 110, §76 

" §77 

" §78 

' §79 
' §80 
' §81 



■ §82 
§83 



§84 



5 85 



c. Ill (except § 158) 

" §1 . . . 

" §§2-7 . . 

" §8 . . . 

■' §9 . . . 

§ 10 . . . 

" §11 . . . 

§ 12 . . . 

" §14 . . . 

§§15,16 . 

§§17-24 . 

" §25 . . . 

" §26 . . . 

" §27 . . . 

§§30-36 . 

" §37 . . . 

§§38-46 . 

" §47 . . . 

■' §48 . . . 

§55 . . . 

" §56 . . . 

§57 . . . 

" §58 . . . 

§59 . . . 



part 
part 



part 



Part G. L. 158, § 12; part 

S. 1914, 742, § 126; part 

R. 1914, 742, § 199 
Part G. L. 158, § 13; part 

S. 1914, 742, § 131; part 

R. 1914, 742, § 199. 
Part G. L. 158, § 14; part 

S. 1914, 742, § 132; part 

R. 1914, 742, § 199. 
S. 1914, 742, § 64; R. 1914, 

742, § 199. 
Part S. 1914, 742, § 1; R. 

1914, 742, § 199. 
Part G. L. 158, § 16; part 

S. 1914, 742, § 63; part 

R. 1914, 742, § 199. 
Special. 
Part G. L. 158, § 36 

S. 1914, 742, § 72 

R. 1914, 742, § 199. 
Part G. L. 158, § 42 

S. 1903, 437, §§ 49, 50; 

1914, 742, § 89; part R. 

1903, 437, § 95; 1914, 

742, § 199. 
Part G. L. 158, § 48; part S. 

1903,437, § 36; 1914,742, 

§ 90; part R. 1903, 437, 

§ 95; 1914, 742, § 199. 
PartG. L. 158, §43; part S. 

1903, 437, §§ 88, 89; 1908, 

219; 382, § 1; 1914, 742, 

§91; 1915,92; 1920, 598, 

§6;partR. 1903, 437, §95; 

1914. 742, § 199. 
R. 1906, 463, II, § 258. 
S. 1906, 46.3, II, §1, III, §1. 
S. 1906, 463, II, §§ 2-7. 
S. 1902, 432, § 1; R. 1904, 

429, § 3. 
S. 1902, 402; R. 1906, 463, 

I, § 68. 
S. 1902, 432, § 2; R. 1906, 

463, I, § 68. 
S. 1906,463, I, §5; R. 1906, 

463, I, § 68. 
Amended 1906, 267; S. 1906, 

463, I, § 6; R. 1906, 463, 

I, § 68. 
S. 1906, 463, I, § 8; R. 1906, 

463, I, § 68. 
S. 1904,357, §§1,2;R. 1906, 

463, I, § 68. 
S. 1906, 463, I, §§ 11-18; R. 

1906, 463, I, § 68. 
S. 1906, 433, § 13; 463, I, 

§19; R. 1906,463, I, § 68. 
S. 1906,463,1, §20; R. 1906, 

463, I, § 68. 
S. 1906,463, I, §22;R. 1906, 

463, I, § 68. 
S. 1906, 463, II, §§ 8-14. 
S. 1906,463, II, §§ 14, 15. 
S. 1906,463, II, §§ 16-24. 
S. 1906, 463, II, § 26. 
S. 1906, 463, II, §§25, 27, 29. 
S. 1906, 463, II, § 33. 
S. 1906, 463, II, § 35. 
Parts. 1906, 463, II, §§ 36, 

37. 
S. 1906,463,11, §§31,32. 
S. 1903, 423, § 1; R. 1903, 

423, § 2. 



c. 


Ill, §§60-70 


S. 1906, 463, II, §§ 45-55. 




" §74 . . 


S. 1906, 463, II, § 56. 




■' §§ 75, 76 


S. 1906,463,1, §§59,60; R. 
1906, 463, I, § 68. 




•• §§77-82 


S. 1906, 463, II, §§ 57-62. 




" §83 . . 


S. 1906, 463, II, § 248. 




■' §84 . . 


R. 1903, 126. 




" §§85,86 


S. 1906, 463, II, §§ 249, 250. 




" §87 . . 


S. 1906, 463, II, § 248. 




•■ §§88-96 


S. 1906, 463, II, §§ 71-79. 




§§97-116 


S. 1906, 463, II, §§ 81-100. 




" §§118-133 


S. 1906, 463, II, §§ 101-116. 




§ 134 


S. 1902, 533, § 1; R. 1906, 
463, I, § 68. 




" § 135 . 


S. 1906,463, I, §24;R. 1906, 
463, I, § 68. 




" §§136,137 


S. 1902,533, §§2,3;R. 1906, 
463, I, § 68. 




§§ 138, 139 


S. 1906, 463, I, §§ 27, 28; R. 
1906, 463, I, § 68. 




" §§ 140-148 


S. 1906, 463, II, §§ 117-125. 




§ 149 


S. 1902, 440, § 1; R. 1906. 
463, I, § 68. 




§ 150 . 


S. 1906, 463, 1, §33;R. 1906, 
463, I, § 68. 




" §§151,152 


S. 1902,440, §§2,3;R. 1906. 
463, I. § 68. 




" § 153 . 


S. 1903, 478; R. 1906, 463, 
I, § 68. 




§ 154 


S. 1906,463,1, §38;R. 1906, 
463, I. § 68. 




§ 155 . 


S. 1902, 440, § 4; R. 1906. 
463, I, § 68. 




§§ 156, 157 


S. 1906,463, I, §§40,41; R. 
1906, 463. I, § 68. 




" § 158 . 


S. 1906, 463, I, § 42. 




§ 159 


S. 1902, 440, § 6; R. 1906, 
463, I, § 68. 




§ 160 


S. 1906,463,1. § 45; R. 1906, 
463, I. § 68. 




§§ 161-163 . 


S. 1906, 463, II, §§ 126-128. 




§§ 164-168 . 


S. 1906, 463, II, §§ 218-222. 




§169 . . 


S. 1906,463,1, §58;R. 1906. 
463, I, § 68. 




§§170-198 . 


S. 1906, 463, II, §§ 129-157. 




§§200-210 . 


S. 1906, 463, II, §§ 158-168. 




§211 


S. 1906, 283. 




§§212-214 . 


S. 1906, 463, II, §§ 170-172. 




■■ §§215-217 . 


S. 1906, 463, II, §§ 174-176. 




" §218 . . 


S. 1906, 463, II, § 173. 




§§219-222 . 


S. 1906,463, II, §§ 177-180. 




§§223,224 . 


S. 1906,463,1, §§56,57; R. 
1906, 463, I, § 68. 




" §§225-236 . 


S. 1906, 463, II, §§ 181-192. 




■ §237 . . 


S. 1902, 544, 1 13. 




§§238-248 . 


S. 1906,463, II, §§ 194-204. 




' §249 . . 


S. 1906, 463, II. § 232. 




§250 . . 


S. 1905, 210. 




' §251 . . 


S. 1906, 463, I, §64;R. 1906, 
463, I, § 68. 




§§252-254 . 


S. 1906, 463, II, §§ 235-237. 




§255 


S. 1906,463, II, §§238,239. 




■ §§256-258 . 


S. 1906, 463, II, § 239. 




' §259 . . 


S. 1906, 463, II, § 240. 




' §260 . . 


S. 1906,463,1, §66;R. 1906, 
463, I, § 68. 




§261 . . 


S. 1906, 463, II, § 241. 




§262 . . 


S. 1906,463,1, § 65; R. 1906, 
463, I, § 68. 




' §263 . . 


S. 1903, 297; R. 1906, 463, 
I, § 68. 




§§264-266 . 


S. 1906, 463, II, §§ 242- 
244. 



cxhi 



DISPOSITION OF THE REVISED LAWS. 



c. Ill, §267 



|§ 268, 269 
§270 . 
§271 

§§272-277 
§278 . 

§§279-283 
§§284,285 

§§1,2 
§§3,4 
§5 ■ 
§§6,7 
§8 . 
§§9,10 
§11 . 
§12 . 
§§ 13, 14 
§15 . 
§16 . 
§17 . 
§18 . 



§19 . . 
§§20,21 



§25 . . 
§26 . . 
§27 . . 
§28 . . 
§29 . . 
§§30,31 

§§32-35 
§§36,37 
§38 . 
§39 . 
§40 . 
§41 . 
§42 . 

§§43,44 
§45 . . 
§46 . . 
§§47,48 
§§49,50 
§51 . . 
§52 . . 
§53 . . 
§§54,55 
§§56,57 
§58 . 
§59 . 
§60 . 
§61 . 



§63 . 

§§65-68 
§§69-74 
§75 . . 



§76 



§§ 85-91 
§92 . . 



S. 1906, 463, 1, § 63; R. 1906, 

463, I, § 68. 
S. 1906,463, II, §§245, 246. 
Part S. 1906, 463, II, § 247. 
S. 1906, 463, II, § 80. 
S. 1906, 463, II, §§ 205-210. 
S. 1906, 463, I, § 67; R. 1906, 

463, I, § 68. 
S. 1906, 463, II, §§ 251-255. 
S. 1904, 169, §§ 1, 2. 
R. 1906, 463, III, § 158. 
S. 1906, 463, III, §§ 2, 3. 
S. 1906, 463, III, § 4. 
S. 1905, 80, § 1. 
S. 1906, 463, III, §§ 6, 7. 
S. 1906, 463, III, §§ 8-11. 
S. 1906, 463, III, §§ 43, 44. 
S. 1906, 463, III, § 32. 
S. 1906, 463, III, § 144. 
S. 1906, 463, III, §§ 145, 146. 
S. 1906, 463, III, §§ 12, 13. 
S. 1906, 463, III, § 14. 
S. 1906, 463, III, §§ 17, 18. 
S. 1903, 423, § 1; 1906, 463, 

III, § 26; part R. 1903, 

423 § 2. 
S. 1906, 463, III, § 29. 
S. 1902, 370, § 1; R. 1902, 

370, § 2. 
S. 1906, 463, III, § 104. 
S. 1902, 370, § 1; R. 1902, 

370, § 2. 
S. 1906, 463, III, § 27. 
S. 1906, 463, III, § 33. 
S. 1906, 463, III, § 28. 
S. 1906, 463, III, § 30. 
S. 1906, 463, III, § 42. 
S. 1902, 399; 1906, 463, III, 

§§ 64, 65. 
S. 1906, 463, III, §§ 66-69. 
S. 1906, 463, III, §§ 76, 77. 
S. 1906, 463, III, § 70. 
S. 1906, 463, III, § 73. 
S. 1903, 143. 
S. 1906, 463, III, § 75. 
S. 1905, 376, § 1; R. 1905, 

376, § 2. 
S. 1906, 463, III, §§ 78, 79. 
S. 1904, 110. 
S. 1906, 463, III, § 81. 
S. 1906, 463, III, §§ 83, 84. 
S. 1906, 463, III, §§ 88, 89. 
S. 1906, 463, III, § 35. 
S. 1903, 134. 
S. 1906, 463, III, § 91. 
S. 1906, 463, III, §§ 37, 38. 
S. 1906, 463, III, §§ 92, 93. 
S. 1906, 463, III, § 92. 
Part S. 1906, 463, III, § 94. 
S. 1906, 463, III, § 45. 
S. 1906, 463, III, § 71. 
S. 1906, 463, III, § 82. 
S. 1906, 463, 1, § 21 ; R. 1906, 

463, I, § 68. 
S. 1906, 463, III, §§113-116. 
S. 1906, 463, III, §§ 96-101. 
S. 1906, 463, III, §§ 40, 41. 
S. 1902, 370, § 1; 1906,463, 

III, § 34; part R. 1902, 

370, § 2. 
S. 1906, 463, III, § 36. 
S. 1906, 463, III, §§ 51-57. 
S. 1906, 463, III, § 31. 



c. 


112, §93 . . 


S. 1906, 463, III, § 151. 




" §94 . . 


S. 1906,463, 1, §20;R. 1906, 
463, I, § 68. 




" §95 . . 


R. 1903, 328. 




•■ §§96-100 


S. 1906, 463, III, §§153-157. 


c. 


113 ... 


R. 1908, 590, § 69. 




■• §1 . . 


S. 1906, 204, § 1. 




" §2 . . 


S. 1902,490, §§1,2. 




•■ §3 . . 


S. 1906, 204, §3; 1908, 590, 
§5. 




■■ §§4,5 . 


S. 1908, 590, §§ 6, 7. 




•■ §§6,7 . 


S. 1908, 590, §§ 9, 10. 




•■ §9 . . 


S. 1908, 590, § 8. 




§10 . . 


S. 1908, 590, § 1. 




" §11 . . 


S. 1906, 377. 




" §12 . . 


S. 1908, 590, § 18. 




•' §13 . . 


S. 1908, 590, § 21. 




" §14 . . 


S. 1908, 590, § 28. 




" §15 . . 


S. 1908, 590, § 35. 




" §16 . . 


S. 1902, 169, § 1. 




" §§17,18 


S. 1908, 590, §§ 26, 27. 




" §19 . . 


S. 1908, 590, §§ 30, 34. 




" §20 . . 


S. 1908, 590, § 36. 




" §21 . . 


S. 1902, 169, § 3. 




" §25 . . 


S. 1908, 590, § 46. 




§ 26 (prelim. 


H) S. 1908, 590, § 68 (prelim, t)- 




§ 26, cl. 1 


S. 1908, 590, § 68, cl. 1. 




§ 26, cl. 2 (a- 


c) S. 1908, 590, § 68, cl. 2 (a-c). 




§ 26, cl. 2 (d) 


S. 1904, 208. 




§ 26, cl. 2 (e. 


f) S. 1908, 590, § 68, cl. 8 (e). 




§26, cl.3(a, 


b) S. 1908, 590, § 6S, cl. 3 (b, c). 




§ 26, cl. 3 (c 


S. 1908, 590, § 68, cl. 3 (a). 




§ 26, cl. 3(fc-m) S. 1908, 590, § 68, cl. 8 (e). 




§ 26, cl. 4 (e 


S. 1908, 590, § 68, cl. 8 (e). 




§ 26, cl. 5 


S. 1908, 590, § 68, cl. 7. 




" § 26, cl. 7 


S. 1908, 590, § 68, cl. 8 
(prelim. U). 




§ 26, els. 8-11 S. 1908, 590, § 68, els. 9-12. 




" §27 . . 


S. 1908, 590, §§ 28, 44. 




'■ §28 . . 


S. 1908, 590, §§ 33, 45. 




" §29 . . 


S. 1908, 590, § 68, cl. 1. 




" §§30,31 


S. 1908, 590, §§ 59, 60. 




" §§32,33 


S. 1908, 590, §§ 62, 63. 




" §34 . . 


S. 1908, 590, § 61. 




" §35 . . 


S. 1908, 590, §§ 64, 66. 




■' §36 . . 


S. 1908, 590, § 65. 




" §§37,38 


S. 1908, 590, §§ 49, 50. 




" §39 . . 


S. 1908, 590, § 48. 




'■ §40 . . 


S. 1908, 590, § 47. 




§§42-45 


S. 1908, 590, §§ 51-54. 




" §46 . . 


S. 1908, 590, § 12. 




" §47 . . 


S. 1902, 169, § 2. 




" §48 . . 


S. 1908, 590, § 38. 




" §49 . . 


S. 1908, 590, §§ 13, 15. 




" §50 . . 


S. 1908, 590, § 39. 




" §51 . . 


S. 1908, 590, § 14. 




" §§52,53 


S. 1908, 590, §§ 42, 43. 




" §54 . . 


S. 1908, 590, § 41. 




" §55 . . 


S. 1908, 590, § 55. 




§56 . . 


S. 1908, 590, § 58. 


c 


114 ... 


R. 1912, 623, § 45. 




■' §1 . . 


S. 1912, 623, § 42. 




" §2 . . 


. S. 1912, 623, § 1. 




" §3 . . 


. S. 1912, 623, §§ 1, 3, 4. 




" §4 . . 


. S. 1903, 147, § 1. 




■■ §5 . . 


. S. 1912, 623, § 12. 




■' §6 . . 


. S. 1912, 623, §§ 5, 6. 




" §7 . . 


. S. 1912, 623, § 8. 




■' §8 . . 


. S. 1912, 623, §§ 9, 11. 




" §§9,10 . 


. S. 1903, 95, §§ 1, 2. 




" §11 . . 


. S. 1910, 288. 




■' §12 . . 


. Part S. 1912, 623, § 19. 




" § 13 . . 


. S. 1912, 623, § 22. 



DISPOSITION OF THE REVISED LAWS. 



cxhii 



c. 114, § 14 . 

§§ 15, 16 
" §17 . 
■' §18 . 
" §19 . 

§§20,21 
•■ §22 . 
" §23 . 
" §24 . 
" §25 . 
" §26 . 
" §27 . 
" §28 . 
" §29 . 

§30 . 
c. 113 . . 



c. 116, §§1, 
" §3 

■' §4 
■' §5 
" §6 
" §7 



§§9,10 
§11 . 
§12 . 
§13 . 
§§14, 15 
§16 . 
§17 . 
§18 . 
§19 . 
§§20-23 
§24 . 
§§25-27 
§28 . 
§29 . 
§30 . 
§31 . 
§§32,33 
§34 . 
§35 . 
§36 . 
§37 . 
§38 . 
, §§ 1-14 
§15 . 



§§1-6 
§7 . 
§§8-10 
§11 . 

§§ 12-14 
§15 . . 
§§16-18 
§§20,21 
§§22-25 
§§26-28 
§29 . . 



S. 1912, 623, § 24. 
S. 1912, 623, §§ 26, 27. 
S. 1906, 280. 
S. 1912, 623, §§ 15, 31. 
S. 1912, 623, § 29. 
S. 1912, 623, §§ 31, 32. 
S. 1912, 623, § 37. 
S. 1912, 623, § 34. 
S. 1903, 203. 
S. 1912, 623, § 36. 
S. 1912, 623, § 2.S. 
S. 1912, 623, § 9. 
S. 1912, 623, § 40. 
S. 1912, 623, § 43. 
S. 1912, 623, § 38. 
O. [.Vote: On account of 
1918, 12, which provides 
that on and after March 
fourteenth, nineteen hun- 
dred and eighteen, no bank 
shall be incorporated un- 
der this chapter, it has 
been treated as not of 
general application (there 
being now not over three 
banks subject to its provi- 
sions) and has beenomitted 
from this revision.) 
G. L. 172, §§ 2, 3. 
S. 1909, 491, § 1. 
G. L. 172, § 5. 
S. 1907, 487, § 1. 
S. 1904, 374, § 6. 
G. L. 172, § 12. 
S. 1911, 87. 
G. L. 172, §§ 14, 15. 
G. L. 172, § 19. 
S. 1912, 54. 
S. 1917, 172, § 1. 
G. L. 172, §§ 34, 35. 
S. 1907, 417. 
G. L. 172, § 51. 
S. 1908, 116. 
G. L. 172, §§ 55, 58. 
G. L. 172, §§ 56-59. 
G. L. 172, §§49,54. 
G. L. 172, §§ 77-79. 
S. 1904, 374, § 7. 
G. L. 172, § 80. 
S. 1905, 228. 
G. L. 172, § 25. 
G. L. 172, §§ 38, 39. 
S. 1916, 129, § 2. 
S. 1912, 53. 
S. 1907, 320. 
G. L. 172, § 27. 
G. L. 1.58, § 17. 
G. L. 173, §§ 1-14. 
G. L. 173, §§ 15, 16. 
R. 1907, 576, § 122. 
S. 1907, 576, §§ 1-6. 
S. 1903,421; 1907, 576. § 8. 
S. 1907, 576, §§ 8-10. 
S. 1903, 223, § 1; 1907, 576, 

§11. 
S. 1907, 576, §§ 12-14. 
S. 1902, 106. 
S. 1907, 576, §§ 16-18. 
S. 1907, 576, §§ 20, 21. 
S. 1907, 576, §§ 23-26. 
S. 1907, 576, §§ 29-31. 
S. 1906,396; 1907,576, §§32, 
34. 



118, §30 . . . 


s. 


1907, 576, § 33. 


" §31 . . . 


s. 


1907, 576, § 32. 


■• §§32,33 . 


s. 


1907, 576, § 36. 


" §§34-38 . 


s. 


1907, 576, §§ 37-^1. 


" §39 . . . 


s. 


1904, 300. 


" §§40-42 . 


s. 


1907, 576, §§ 43-45. 


'■ §43 . . . 


s. 


1903, 174. 


•' §44 . . . 


s. 


1907, 576, §§ 47. 50. 


" §§45-47 . 


s. 


1907, 576, §§ 48-50. 


§48 . . . 


s. 


1913, 343. 


" §§49,50 . 


s. 


1907,576, §§51,52. 


" §§52-55 . 


s. 


1907,576, §§53-56. 


" §56 . . . 


s. 


1907, 576, § 34. 


" §§57-61 . 


s. 


1907,576, §§ 57-61. 


§§62-69 


s. 


1907, 576, §§ 63-70. 


" §§71,72 . 


s. 


1907, 576, §§ 71, 72. 


" §73 . . . 


s. 


1907, 576, §§ 73, 74. 


§74 . . . 


s. 


1907, 576, § 82. 


" §75 . . . 


s. 


1907, 576, §§ 76, 82. 


" §76 . . . 


s. 


1907, 576, §§ 79, 80. 


■' §§ 77-79 . 


s. 


1907, 576, §§83-85. 


" §80 . . . 


s. 


1907, 576, § 34. 


" §§ 81-87 . 


s. 


1907, 576, §§ 86-92. 


" §88 . . . 


s. 


1906, 271, § 7. 


" §§89-93 . 


s. 


1907, 576, §§ 94-9S. 


" §94 . . . 


Part S. 1907, 576, § 99. 


■■ §§95,96 . 


S. 


1907,576, §§ 100, 101. 


" §§97-112 . 


S. 


1907, 576. §§ 106-121. 


Forms . 


s. 


1907, 576, § 101. 


119 (except § IS) 


R 


1911, 628, §33. 


•• §1 . . . 


Parts. 1911,628, §§3,5(1), 






12 (o. b). 


" §2 . . . 


Parts. 1911, 628, §§2, 3, 12 






(a, c, e, g). 


" §3 . . . 


Parts. 1911, 628, § 29 (a). 


" §4 . . . 


S. 


1911. 628. §§ 12 (rf), 29 
(a). 


" §5 . . . 


S. 


1911, 628, § 18. 


" §6 . . . 


S. 


1911, 628, §§ 5 (1), 6. S, 
9(1), 29 (a). 


" §7 . . . 


S. 


1911, 628, §§ 5 (1), 9 (1), 
10, 11. 


" §8 . . . 


S. 


1911, 628, §§6, 11. 


" §11 . . . 


Parts. 1911,628, §§3,5(1), 






14, 22 (h), 29 (a). 


'■ § 12 . . . 


S. 


1903, 332. 


" § 13 . . . 


S. 


1907, 471. 


" § 14 . . . 


S. 


1911, 628, §§ 22 (a), 31. 


" § 15 . . . 


S. 


1911, 628, §§ 24, 26. 


" § 16 . . . 


S. 


1907, 472. 


" § 17 . . . 


S 


1911, 628, § 20. 


" § IS . . . 


S 


1911, 628, §31. 


•• § 19 . . . 


s 


1911, 628, §§ 24, 25, 28. 


" §20 . . . 


s 


1911. 628, §§ 12 (/), 13. 


•■ §21 . . . 


s 


1911. 628, § 31. 


■• §22 . . . 


Part S. 1911, 628, § 4. 


120, § 1 . . . 


PartG. L. 177, § 2; part S. 






1911, 628, § 4. 


■' §2 . . . 


G 


. L. 177, § 4. 


" §3 . . . 


S 


1919, 333, § 10. 


•■ §4 . . . 


G 


. L. 177, § 4. 


" §5 . . . 


G 


. L. 177, § 6. 


" §6 . . . 


G 


. L. 177, § 8. 


" §7 . . . 


Part G. L. 177, § 9; part O. 


" §8 . . . 


S 


1910, 237 


" §9 . . . 


G 


. L. 177, § 12. 


" §§10,11 . 


G 


. L. 177, §§ 10, 11. 


•■ § 12 . . . 


G 


. L. 177. § 13. 


" § 13 . . . 


S 


1903, 227. 


" § 14 . . . 


G 


. L. 177, § 20. 


" §§ 15, 16 . 


G 


. L. 177, §§ 14, 15. 


" § 17 . . . 


PartG. L. 177, § 16; part S. 






1914, 661. 



cxlviii 



DISPOSITION OF THE REVISED LAWS. 



c. 120, §§ 18, 19 


. G. L. 177, §§ 17, 18. 




c. 124, §§4, 5 . . R. 1918, 257, § 377. 


" § 20 . 


. G. L. 177, § 5. 




" §6 


. . S. 1907, 189; R. 1918, 257, 


" § 21 . 


. G. L. 177, § 21. 






§377. 


" § 22 . 


. G. L. 177, § 3. 




" §7 


. . S. 1913, 213, § 2; R. 1918, 


c. 121 . . 


. R. 1914, 742, § 199. 






257, § 377. 


" §1 . 


. S. 1907, 316. 




§§8-15. . R. 1918, 257, § 377. 


•■ §2 . 


. S. 1914, 742, § 134. 




" §16 


. . G. L. 128. § 46. 


•■ §3 . 


. S. 1907,54, § 1; R. 1907, 


54, 


" §§17 


18 . R. 1918. 257. § 377. 




§3. 




'■ §19 


. . Part G. L. 180, § 4; part O. 


" §4 . 


. S. 1904, 435, § 1; R. 1904, 


§§ 20-23 . G. L. 128, §§ 47-50. 




435, § 3. 




c. 125, § 1 


. . G. L. 180, § 1. 


" §§5,6 


. S. 1914, 742, §§ 138, 139 




•• §2 


. . S. 1915, 213. 


" §7 . 


. S. 1911, 293. 




" §3 


. . S. 1919, 333, § 11. 


" §§8,9 


. S. 1914, 742, §§ 141, 142. 




•• §4 


. . G. L. ISO, § 5. 


" §§ 10-12 


. S. 1914, 742, § 38. 




" §5 


. . S. 1910, 181. 


" § 13 . 


. S. 1914, 742, § 51. 




•■ §§6, 


7 . . G. L. 180, §§ 7, 8. 


" §§ 14-16 


. S. 1914, 742, §§ 53-55. 




" §8 


. . S. 1915. 209; 1917, 45, § 1. 


" § 17 . 


. S. 1914, 742, § 127. 




" §9 


. . G. L. 180, § 10. 


" §§ 18, 19 


. S. 1914, 742, §§ 131. 132 




'■ §§10 


11 . G. L. 180, §§ 13, 14. 


" § 20 . 


. S. 1914, 742, § 138. 




•• §12 


Special. 


" §21 . 


. S. 1914. 742. § 57. 




" §§ 13- 


-16 . G. L. 180, §§ 15-18. 


" §22 . 


. S. 1914. 742, § 56. 




•• §17 


. . Part G. L. 159, § 86; part S 


" §§ 25-27 


. S. 1914, 742, §§ 155-157. 






1906,463,1, §46; part R. 


§ 28 . 


. S. 1914, 742, § 143. 






1906, 463, I, § 68. 


" §§ 29, 30 


. S. 1914, 742, §§ 144, 145 




§18 


. . PartG. L. 159, §87; part S 


" §31 . 


. S. 1903, 406. 






1906,463,1, §47; part R 


§32 . 


. S. 1912, 249. 






1906, 463, I, § 68. 


" §33 . 


. S. 1903, 164. 




" §19 


. . S. 1906, 463, 1, §48; R. 1906 


" §§ 34, 35 


. S. 1914, 742, §§ 162, 163. 






463, I, § 68. 


§ 36 . 


. S. 1911, 348. 




" §20 


. . Parts. 1905,216, § 1; 1918 


" §37 . 


. S. 1909,318, § 1; 1914, 742, 




246. § 2; 248. § 2; 274 




§ 191. 






§ 2; part O. 


" § 38 . 


. S. 1914, 742, § 198. 




" §§21 


22 . Part S. 1918. 246. § 2; 248 


§39 . 


. S. 1914, 742, § 164. 






§2; 274. § 2; part O. 


§40 . 


. S. 1908, 243. 




c. 126 . 


. . Except § 8, part R. 1903 


" §41 . 


. S. 1914, 742, § 198. 






437. §95;except §§2. 7-9 


c. 122. § 1 . 


. S. 1911, 509, § 1. 






17-19, R. 1919. 333. § 16 


" §2 . 


. S. 1903, 237. 




" §1 


. . Part S. 1903. 437, § 56; 1914 


" §3 . 


. PartG. L. 166, §29; part S. 




742, § 172. 




1918, 257. § 187, subs. 7 


.9. 


" §2 


. . PartG. L. 181. § 2; part S 


" §4 . 


. S. 1918, 257, § 187, subs. 


42. 




1903, 437, § 57. 


" §5 . 


. S. 1918, 257, § 187, subs. 
3.S. 


14. 


" §3 


. . S. 1903, 437. §§ 56, 66; R 
1903. 437. § 95. 


" §§6-8 


. G. L. 166, §§ 1-3. 




" §4 


. . S. 1903. 437, § 58; 1907, 576 


" §9 . 


. G. L. 166, § 16. 






§84. 


§ 10 . 


. G. L. 166, §§ 17. 18. 




" §5 


. . S. 1903, 437. § 59; 1907. 576 


" §11 . 


. G. L. 166. § 19. 






§14. 


" §§ 12-14 


. G. L. 166. §§ 13-15. 




" §6 


. . S. 1903, 437, § 60. 


" § 15 . 


. G. L. 166. § 42. 




" §7 


. . Part G. L. 181, § 6; part S 


" § 16 . 


. G. L. 166. § 30. 






1903. 437, § 61. 


" §17. 


. S. 1911. 509, § 3. 




" §8 


. . G. L. 181, § 7. 


§ 18 . 


. S. 1920, 591, § 18. 




" §§9, 


10 . . S. 1903.437. §§62. 63. 


" § 19 . 


. G. L. 166, § 33. 




" §11 


. . S. 1903. 437. § 64; 1906, 463 


" § 20 . 


. S. 1911, 509, §4. 






III, §58; 1914,742, §172 


" §§21,22 


. G. L. 160, §§ 34, 35. 






R. 1906, 463, III, § 158 


" §23 . 


. S. 1911, 509, § 5. 






1914, 742. § 199. 


" § 24 . 


. S. 1906, 433, § 8. 




•■ §12 


. . S. 1903. 437. § 65. 


" § 25 . 


. G. L. 166. § 43. 




" §13 


. . S. 1903. 437. §66; 1909. 490 


" § 26 . 


. G. L. 166, § 37. 






III, § 54. 


" § 27 . 


. S. 1908, 233. 




•■ §14 


. . S. 1903, 437, §67; 1909, 490 


" §28 . 


. S. 1911, 509, § 6. 






III, § 55. 


" §§ 29, 30 


. G. L. 166, §§ 40, 41. 




" §15 


. . S. 1903, 437, §§ 50. 68; 1909. 


c. 123, §§ 1^0 


. G. L. 179, §§ 1-40. 






490. III. § 58. 


§41 . 


. G. L. 165. § 15. 




" §16 


. . S. 1903.437. §69; 1909.490, 


§42 . 


. PartG. L. 165. §16; part S. 




III. § 58. 




1903. 423. § 1; part 


R. 


" §17 


. . Part G. L. 181. § 14; part S. 




1903.42.3. §2; part O. 






1903. 437, § 70. 


" §§43-53 


. G. L. 165. §§ 17-27. 




" §§18 


19 . G. L. 181, §§ 15, 16. 


c. 124, § 1 . 


. S. 1909, 133; R. 1918. 257, 


§20 


. . S. 1903, 437, §91; 1919, 333. 




§377. 






§ 16. 


" §2 . 


. R. 1918, 257, § 377. 




c. 127, §§1-. 


) . . G. L. 183. §§ 1-5. 


" §3 . 


. S. 1913, 213, § 1; R. 1918, 


" §6 


. . G. L. 183. § 7. 




257, § 377. 




" §7 


. . G. L. 183. § 29. 



DISPOSITION OF THE REVISED LAWS. 



cxlix 



127, § S . 


. S. 1902, 289. 


c. 128 


§ 109 . . 


" §9 . 


. G. L. 183, § 31. 


" 


§ 110 . . 


" §§10-16 


. G. L. 183, §§ 34-40. 


c. 129 


§§ 1-12 . . 


" §17 . 


. G. L. 183, § 32. 


c. 130 


§§1-4 . . 


" §18 . 


. G. L. 183, § 42 and Appen- 
dix, forms 13-15. 


c. 131 


§1 . . . 


" §19 . 


. Part G. L. 183, §§ 30, 41; 




§2 . . . 




part O. 




§3 . . . 


" §20 . 


. Part G. L. 183, §§ 33, 41; 


" 


§4 . . . 




part 0. 




§§5-7 . . 


" §21 . 


. G. L. 183, § 42 and Appen- 




§§8, 9 . . 




dix, form 16. 




1 10 . . . 


§22 . 


. G. L. 183, §§30,41. 




§11 . . . 


" §23 . 


. G. L. 183, § 42. 




§ 12 . . . 


" §§24-27 


. G. L. 183, §§ 45^8. 


" 


§ 13 . . . 


" §28 . 


. S. 1917, 306, § 1. 


c. 1.32 


§1 . . . 


" §29 . 


. S. 1914, 108; R. 1917, 306, 




§§2-5 . . 




§2. 




§§6-8 . . 


" §§30,31 


. S. 1917,306, §§3, 4. 




§9 . . . 


" §§32,33 


. G. L. 183, §§ 52, 53. 




§§ 10-14 . 


§34 . 


. S. 1907, 294; 1908, 149, § 1. 


0.133 


§§1-6 . . 


" §35 . 


. G. L. 183, § 55. 


c. 134 


§1 . . . 


128, § 1 . 


. S. 1904,448, §10; 1905,249, 




§2 . . . 




§ 1; 1910,560, §3. 




§§3-6 . . 


" §§2-8 


. G. L. 185, §§2-8. 




§§7-10 . . 


■' §§9-11 


. G. L. 185, §§ 10-12. 




§§11-15 . 


" § 12 . 


. Part G. L. 185, § 14; part 




§ 16 . . . 




S. 1904, 386, § 1; 1906, 




§§ 17-20 . 




416; 1918, 260, § 3; 287, 


c. 135 


§1 . . . 




§ 1 ; part R. 1904, 386, 




§2 . . . 




§2. 




§3 . . . 


'• § 13 . 


. S. 1902, 458. 




§4 . . . 


" § 14 . 


. G. L. 185, §§ 17, 18. 




§5 . . . 


" § 15 . 


. G. L. 185, § 19. 




§§6-9 . . 


" § 16 . 


. S. 1914, 696. 




§§10,11 . 


" § 17 . 


. G. L. 185, § 21. 




§12 . . . 


" § 18 . 


. Part G. L. 185, § 26; part S. 




§§ 13-15 . 




1905, 249, § 2. 




§16 . . . 


'■ § 19 . 


. G. L. 185, § 27. 




§§17,18 . 


" § 20 . 


. PartG. L. 185, §28; part 0. 




§§ 19-21 . 


" §21 . 


. G. L. 185, § 35. 




§§ 22, 23 . 


" § 22 . 


. G. L. 185, § 32. 




§§24-30 . 


§ 23 . 


. G. L. 185, §31. 


c. 136 


§1 . . . 


" § 24 . 


. ' G. L. 185, § 29. 




§2 . . . 


" § 25 . 


. G. L. 185, § 33. 




§3 . . . 


" § 26 . 


. G. L. 185, § 30. 




§4 . . . 


" 1 27 . 


. G. L. 185, § 34. 




§§5,6 . . 


" §§ 28-31 


. G. L. 185, §§ 36-39. 




§§7,8 . . 


" §32 . 


. S. 1906, 452, § 1. 




§§9,10 . . 


■' §§ 33, 34 


. G. L. 185, §§41,42. 




§11 . . . 


§35 . 


. G. L. 185, §§33,43. 




§12 . . . 


" § 36 . 


. S. 1910, 245, § 1. 


c. 137 


§1 . . . 


" §37 . 


. S. 1910, 560, § 4. 






" §38 . 


. Part G. L. 185, § 46; part S. 




§2 . . . 




1911, 9, § 1; 1915, 290. 




§§3-5 . . 


" §§ 39-61 


. G. L. 185, §§47-69. 




§6 . . . 


" §62 . 


. Part G. L. 185, § 70; part S. 




§7 . . . 




1905, 296, § 2. 




§8 . . . 


§§ 63-75 


. G. L. 185, §§ 71-83. 






" § 76 . 


. G. L. 254, § 2. 




§9 . . . 


" § 77 . 


. G. L. 185, § 84. 




§10 . . . 


" § 78 . 


. Part G. L. 185, § 85; part O. 




§§11,12 . 


" §§ 79-84 


. G. L. 185, §§86-91. 




§ 13 . . . 


" § 85 . 


. S. 1917, 279, § 43. • 




§14 . . . 


" §§ 86-88 


. G. L. 185, §§ 93-95. 




§15 . . . 


" § 89 . 


. S. 1918, 257, § 187, subs. 4. 


c. 138 


§1 . . . 


" § 90 . 


. G. L. 185, § 96. 




§2 . . . 


" §91 . 


. PartG. L. 185, §97; partS. 




§3 . . . 




1919, 17. 




§4 . . . 


" §§ 92-10 


2 . G. L. 185, §§98-108. 




§5 . . . 


" §§ 103-1 


06 . G. L. 185, §§ 110-113. 




§§6.7 . . 


" § 107 


. G. L. 185, §§ 114, 115. 


" 


§8 . . . 


§ 108 


. G. L. 185, § 116. 


'* 


§9 . . . 



G. L. 262, §§ 39, 43. 

G. L. 185, § 118. 

G. L. 186, §§ 1-12. 

G. L. 187, §§ 1^. 

G. L. 188, § 1; 235, § 34, 

cl. 14. 
G. L. 188, § 2. 
PartG. L. 188, § 10; partO. 
S. 1915, 28, § 1. 
G. L. 188, §§ 5-7. 
G. L. 188, § 4. 
G. L. 188, § 8. 
S. 1917, 279, § 1. 
G. L. 188, § 9. 
G. L. 236, § 18. 
S. 1915, 134. 
G. L. 189, §§ 2-5. 
G. L. 189, §§ 7-9. 
S. 1904, 306. 
G. L. 189, §§ 11-15. 
G. L. 190, §§ 3-8. 
Part G. L. 184, § 1 ; part O. 
G. L. 184, § 2. 
G. L. 184, §§ 4-7. 
G. L. 184, §§ 9-12. 
G. L. 184, §§ 14^18. 
S. 1918, 257, § 383. 
G. L. 184, §§ 20-23. 
G. L. 191, § 1. 
G. L. 191, §§ 2, 3. 
G. L. 191, § 2. 
G. L. 191, §4. 
S. 1911, 246. 
G. L. 191, §§ 6-9. 
G. L. 191, § 10. 
S. 1902, 160. 
G. L. 191, §§ 12-14. 
S. 1918, 257, § 384. 
G. L. 191, §§ 16, 17. 
G. L. 191, §§ 20-22. 
G. L. 191, §§ 18, 19. 
G. L. 191, §§ 24-30. 
S. 1905, 90. 
S. 1912, 493. 
S. 1917, 22. 
S. 1907, 130. 
G. L. 192, §§ 5, 6. 
G. L. 192, § 7. 
G. L. 192, §§ 8, 9. 
Part G. L. 192, § 10; part O. 
G. L. 192, § 11. 
PartG. L. 193, § 1; part S. 

1914, 356. 
G. L. 193, § 2. 
G. L. 193, §§ 4-6. 
S. 1911, 588. 
G. L. 193, § 8. 
Part G. L. 193, § 9; part S. 

1919, 208, § 1. 
G. L. 193, § 10. 
S. 1918, 257, § 388. 
G. L. 193, §§ 12, 13. 
S. 1908, 153. 
G. L. 193, § 16. 
G. L. 193, § 15. 
S. 1908, 510, § 1. 
S. 1907, 284, § 1. 
G. L. 194, § 5. 
G. L. 194, § 7. 
G. L. 194, § 12. 
G. L. 194, § 2. 
G. L. 194, § 3. 
G. L. 194, § 2. 



DISPOSITION OF THE REVISED LAWS 



e. 13S 


§10 . 


. Part G. L. 194. § 4 ; part S. 
1903, 260, § 1. 


c. 145, § 20 . . 


. S. 1909, 504, § 100; R. 1909, 
504, § 107. 




§11 . 


. S. 1903, 260. § 1. 


" §21 . . 


. G. L. 201, § 15. 




§12 . 


. S. 1917, 90, § 1. 


■• §22 . . 


. G. L. 201, § 33. 




§13 . 


. G. L. 194, § 11. 


" §23 . . 


. S. 1906, 452, § 2. 




§§14, 15 


. S. 1917. 90, §§ 2, 3. 


" §24 . . 


. G. L. 201, § 35. 




§16 . 


. G. L. 194, § 8. 


•■ §§25,26 


. G. L. 201, §§ 37, 38. 




§17 . 


. G. L. 194, § 16. 


■■ §27 . . 


. S. 1918, 257, § 395. 




§18 . 


. S. 1919, 208, § 4. 


" §§ 28-35 


. G. L. 201, §§40-47. 




§19 . 


. G. L. 194, § 18. 


" §36 . . 


. G. L. 201, § 32. 


c. 139 


§§1-5 


. G. L. 195, §§ 1-5. 


" §37 . . 


. G. L. 201, § 5. 




§6 . 


. S. 1918, 257, § 390. 


■' §38 . . 


. G. L. 201, § 48. 




§7 . 


. R. 1918, 257, § 391. 


" §39 . . 


. Part G. L. 201, § 36; part 




§§ 8-15 


. G. L. 195, §§ 8-15. 




0. 


c. 140 


§§1,2 


. G. L. 196, §§ 1. 2. 


" §40 . . 


. S. 1903, 96. 




§3 . 


. Part G. L. 190, §§ 1, 2; 


" §41 . . 


. S. 1910, 95. 






part S. 1905, 256. 


" §42 . . 


. G. L. 201. § 49. 




§§4-S 


. G. L. 196, §§3-7. 


c. 146, § 1 . . 


. S. 1918, 257, § 397. 




§9 . 


. S. 1917, 279, § 41. 


" §2 . . 


. G. L. 202, § 2. 


c. 141 


§1 . 


. S. 1914, 699, § 1. 


■■ §§3-8 . 


. G. L. 202. §§ 4-9. 




§2 . 


. S. 1904, 165. 


" §9 . . 


. G. L. 202. § 14. 




§§3-5 


. G. L. 197. §§ 3-5. 


" §§10,11 


. G. L. 202, §§ 10, 11. 


" 


§6 . 


. S. 1908. 313. 


" §12 . . 


. G. L. 202, § 13. 




§7 . 


. Parte. L. 197. §7; part 0. 


•• § 13 . . 


. S. 1909, 604, § 102; R. 1909, 




§8 . 


. G. L. 197, § 8. 




504, § 107. 


" 


§9 . 


. S. 1914, 699. § 3. 


■' §§ 14-17 


. G. L. 202, §§ 15-18. 




§10 . 


. G. L. 197. § 10. 


•■ §18 . . 


. S. 1904. 217. 


" 


§§11-13 


. S. 1914, 699, §§ 4-6. 


'■ §§ 19-24 


. G. L. 202. §§ 21-26. 


" 


§§ 14-16 


. G. L. 197, §§ 14-16. 


" §25 . . 


. S. 1907. 219. 




§17 . 


. S. 1914, 699, § 7. 


" §§26-29 


. G. L. 202. §§ 28-31. 




§18 . 


. G. L. 197, § 18. 


" §30 . . 


. S. 1918, 257, § 398. 




§19 . 


. S. 1915, 151, § 1. 


'■ §§31-33 


. G. L. 202, §§ 33-35. 


" 


§20 . 


. S. 1914, 699, § 8. 


c. 147, §§1-6 . 


. G. L. 203, §§ 1-6. 


" 


§§21,22 


. G. L. 197, §§ 22, 23. 


'■ §§7-11 . 


. G. L. 203, §§ 8-12. 




§§23-32 


. G. L. 197, §§ 25-34. 


" § 12 . . 


. S. 1916, 301. 


c. 142 


§1 . 


. PartG. L. 198, § 1; part S. 


" §§13,14 


. G. L. 203, §§ 14, 15. 






1909, 297. 


" §15 . . 


. S. 1907, 262. 




§2 . 


. S. 1907, 257. 


" §§ 16, 17 


. G. L. 203, §§ 17, 18. 


" 


§3 . 


. S. 1911, 177. 


" §18 . . 


. G. L. 203, § 23. 


" 


§§4-8 


. G. L. 198, §§ 4-8. 


" §§19,20 


. G. L. 203, §§ 24, 25. 


" 


§9 . 


. S. 1915, 13. 


" §§ 21-23 


. G. L. 203, §§ 40-42. 


" 


§ 10 . 


. G. L. 198, § 10. 


c. 148, §§ 1-13 . 


. G. L. 204. §§ 1-13. 


" 


§11 . 


. Part G. L. 198, § 11 ; part O. 


" § 14 . . 


. S. 1903, 222; 1907, 447. 




§12 . 


. Part G. L. 198, § 12; part S. 
1919, 17. 


" § 15 . . 


. S. 1903, 222; 1918, 257, 
§399. 




§§ 13-15 


. G. L. 198. §§ 13-15. 


§ 16 . . 


. ■ Part G. L. 204. § 16; part S. 


" 


§16 . 


. S. 1916. 19. 




1903, 222. 


" 


§§ 17-21 


. G. L. 198. §§ 17-21. 


" § 17 . . 


. PartG. L. 204, §17; part S. 




§§22-32 


. G. L. 198. §§ 23-33. 




1903, 222. 


c. 143 


§1 . 


. G. L. 199. § 1. 


" § IS . . 


. PartG. L. 204. § IS; part S. 




§2 . 


. S. 1904. 360. 




1903. 222. 




§§3-5 


. G. L. 199. §§ 3-5. 


•■ §§ 19-23 


. G. L. 204, §§ 19-23. 


c. 144 


§1 . 


. S. 1902, 544, § 14. 


" §24 . . 


. S. 1915, 63. 




§§2,3 


. G. L. 200. §§ 2, 3. 


" §§ 25, 26 


. G. L. 204, §§ 25, 26. 




§4 . 


. S. 1904, 206, § 1. 


c. 149, § 1 . . 


. G. L. 205. § 1. 


" 


§§5-7 


. G. L. 200, §§ 5-7. 


" §§2-7 . 


. G. L. 205. §§ 3-8. 




§8 . 


. G. L. 200, § 9. 


" §8 . . 


. G. L. 205, § 4. 


" 


§9 . 


. S. 1906, 175. 


" §§ 9-14 . 


. G. L. 205, §§ 9-14. 




§10 . 


. G. L. 200, § 12. 


" § 15 . . 


. S. 1912, 161. 




§11 . 


. S. 1908, 241, § 2. 


" §§ 16-35 


. G. L. 205, §§ 16-35. 




§12 . 


. G. L. 200, § 14. 


c. 150, §§1-3 . 


. G. L. 206, §§ 1-3. 


c. 145 


§§1.2 


. G. L. 201, §§ 1, 2. 


" §§4,5 . 


. G. L. 206, §§ 5, 6. 




§3 . 


. S. 1918, 257, § 394. 


" §6 . . 


. S. 1913. 248. 


" 


§4 . 


. S. 1902, 474. 


" §§7-11 . 


. G. L. 206. §§9-13. 




§5 . 


. G. L. 201, § 3. 


" §12. . 


. S. 1920. 46. 




§G . 


. S. 1907, 169, § 1; R. 1909, 


" §§ 13-16 


. G. L. 206, §§ 15-18. 






504, § 107. 


" § 17 . . 


. S. 1907. 438. 




§7 . 


. S. 1907, 169, § 2. 


" §§ 18-24 


. G. L. 206, §§ 20-26. 


" 


§8 . 


. G. L. 201, § 10. 


" § 25 . . 


. S. 1906, 127. 




§9 ■ 


. G. L. 201, § 22. 


" §§ 26-29 


. G. L. 206, §§ 28-31. 




§§10,11 


. G. L. 201, §§ 12, 13. 


c. 151, §§ 1-9 . 


. G. L. 207, §§ 1-9. 


" 


§12 . 


. G. L. 201, §§ 2, 7, 9, 23. 


§ 10 . . 


. S. 1913. 360. § 1. 




§§13-19 


. G. L. 201, §§ 24-30. 


" §§ 11-13 


. G. L. 207. §§ 14-16. 



DISPOSITION OF THE REVISED LAWS. 



cU 



c. 151, § 14 . 

§ 15 . 
§ 16 . 
§17 . 
§§ IS, 19 
§20 

§§21.22 
§23 . 
§24 . 
§25 . 
§26 . 
§27 . 
§ 28 . 
§29 . 
§§ 30, 31 
§32 . 
§§3.3-41 
§42 . 
§43 . 
§44 . 

152, §§ 1-9 
§§ 10-12 
§ 13 . 
§§ 14-24 
§25 . 
§§ 26-28 
§§ 29-32 
§ 33 . 
§§ 34-38 
§39 
§40 
§41 
§§42 

153, §§ 1, 
§3 

§§4-6 
§7 
§§S 
§13 

§§ 14-30 
§§31 
§33 
§34 
§35 
§36 
§37 

c. 154, § 1 
§2 
§3 
§4 



12 



32 



14 



c. 155 

c. 156, §§ 1-4 

§5 



§§11-14 
§15 . 
§16 . 

§17 . 
§§ 18, 19 
§20 . 
§§21-25 
§26 . 
§27 . 
157, § 1 . 



§3 
§4 
§5 



S. 1902, 310, § 1; R. 1902, 

310, § 2. 
G. L. 207, § IS. 
S. 1911, 7.36, § 1. 
S. 1912, 120. 
G. L. 207. §§ 23, 24. 
S. 1907, 159. 
G. L. 207. §§26. 27. 
S. 1911. 736, §2. 
G. L. 207, § 31. 
S. 1911, 7.36, § 3. 
G. L. 207. § 34. 
O. 

G. L. 207. § 35. 
G. L. 207. §§ 36, 55. 
G. L. 207, §§38, 39. 
G. L. 207, §§ 40, 56. 
G. L. 207, §§ 41-49. 
G. L. 207. § 54. 
G. L. 207, §§ 51, 52. 
G. L. 207. § 52. 
G. L. 208. §§ 1-9. 
G. L. 208. §§ 12-14. 
S. 1902, 544, § 21. 
G. L. 208, §§ 17-27. 
S. 1918, 257, § 400. 
G. L. 208, §§ 2^-31. 
G. L. 208. §§33-36. 
Part G. L. 208, § 37; part O. 
G. L. 208, §§ 38-42. 
S. 1911. 85. 
G. L. 20S. § 44. 
S. 1911, 127. 
G. L. 208, §§46, 47. 
G. L. 209, §§ 1, 2. 
S. 1920, 478. 
G. L. 209, §§ 4-6. 
S. 1910, 576. 
G. L. 209, §§ 8-12. 
R. 1918, 257, § 195. 
G. L. 209, §§ 13-29. 
G. L. 209, § 30. 
G. L. 209, § 32. 
G. L. 209. § 34. 
G. L. 209, § 33. 
G. L. 209, § 35. 
S. 1919. 333. § 28. 
G. L. 210. § 1. 
S. 1902. 544. § 22. 
S. 1907. 405. 
S. 1915. 53. 
G. L. 210, §§ 5-14. 
R. 1918, 257, § 402. 
G. L. 211, §§ 1-4. 
S. 1905, 263, § 1. 
G. L. 211, §§ 5-7. 
R. 1918, 257. §§ 403. 404. 
G. L. 211, §§ 8-11. 
S. 1903. 54, § 1. 
S. 1903, 54, § 2; 1915. 107, 

§2. 
S. 1920, 386. 
G. L. 211, §§ 15. 16. 
O. 

G. L. 211, §§ 17-21. 
S. 1911, 743, § 1. 
S. 1914, 619. 
Part G. L. 212. § 1 ; part S. 

1902, 3S3. 
S. 1910, 555, § 1. 
G. L. 212. §§ 3, 4. 
O. 
R. 1910, 555, § 3. 



157, §§6. 7 . 


G. L. 212, §§5,6. 


■' §8 . . 


R. 1910, 555, § 3. 


" §9 . . 


G. L. 212, § 7. 


§10 . . 


G. L. 277. § 47. 


" §§11-17 


G. L. 277, §§ 50-56. 


§§ 18-20 


G. L. 212. §§ 8-10. 


" §21 . . 


S. 1919, 333, § 29. 


" §§22.23 


G. L. 212, §§ 12, 13. 


" §24 . . 


Part G. L. 212, § 14; part S 




1902, 456; 1903, 54, § 3 




97; 1904. 38; 144; 1907 




26; 1911. 254; 430. 


" §25 . . 


PartG. L. 212, §16; part S 




1915. 292. § 4. 


'■ §26 . . 


0. 


" §27 . . 


S. 1909. 193. 


'■ §28 . . 


G. L. 212. § 22. 


" §29 . . 


S. 1912, 209. 


" §30 . . 


G. L. 212, § 21. 


•■ §§31-34 


G. L. 212, §§ 23-26. 


§35 . . 


S. 1911. 743. § 2. 


158. §§ 1-8 . 


G. L. 213, §§ 1-8. 


■• §9 . . 


S. 1910. 555. § 2. 


§ 10 . . 


S. 1908. 179. 


" §11 . . 


S. 1910. 540, § 2. 


" §§12-15 


G. L. 213, §§ 10-13. 


159. §§1,2 . 


G. L. 214. §§ 1. 2. 


•■ §3 . . 


PartG. L. 214. § 3; part S 




1902. 544. § 23. 


" §§4,5 . 


G. L. 214. §§4. 5. 


" §6 . . 


G. L. 231. § 55. 


" §7 . . 


G. L. 214. § 6. 


" §8 . . 


S. 1909. 183. 


" §9 . . 


G. L. 214. § 8. 


§10 . . 


G. L. 214. § 10. 


" §11 . . 


S. 1905. 107. 


■■ §§ 12, 13 


G. L. 214, §§ 12, 13. 


■' §14 . . 


G. L. 214. § 15. 


" §15 . . 


S. 1913. 815. § 1; R. 1913 




815, § 9. 


§ 16 . . 


S. 1913, 815, 1 4; R. 1913 




815, § 9. 


" § 17 . . 


G. L. 214, § 16. 


" §18 . . 


PartG. L. 214. § 17; part 


" §19 . . 


S. 1911. 284. § 1. 


" §§20-23 


G. L. 214, §§ 20-23. 


" §24 . . 


PartG. L. 214, §24; part S 




1913, 716, § 3. 


" §§25.26 


G. L. 214, §§ 26, 27. 


" §27 . . 


G. L. 214, § 30. 


" §2S . . 


G. L. 214. § 28. 


" §29 . . 


G. L. 214, § 31. 


§30 . . 


S. 1911, 284, § 2. 


" §31 . . 


G. L. 214, § 33. 


" §§32,33 


G. L. 214, §§ 39. 40. 


■' §34 . . 


S. 1911. 284, §3. 


§35 . . 


G. L. 214, § IS. 


§§36-38 


G. L. 214, §§ 34-36. 


" §39 . . 


G. L. 214, §41. 


" §§40,41 


G. L. 214, §§37,38. 


" §42 . . 


G. L. 214, § 43. 


160, § 1 . . 


Part G. L. 218. § 1 ; part S 




1911. 414, § 1; 1914, 532 
§1- 
Part G. L. 218, § 1; part S 


" §2 . . 




1902, 161 ; 1903, 214, § 1 




412, § 1; 1909, 93; 1911 




469, § 5; part R. 1903 




214, §4; 412, § 5. 


" §3 . . 


R. 1918, 257, § 406. 


" §§4,5 . 


G. L. 218, § 1. 


" §6 . . 


S. 1909, 219. 


" §7 . . 


G. L. 218. § 7. 



clii 



DISPOSITION OF THE REVISED LAWS. 



c. 


160, § 8 




Part G. L. 218, § 5; part 

0. 
G. L. 218, § 8. 


c. 160, § 68 . . 




•■ §§0. 


. 


§ 69 . . 




" §11 




S. 1908, 289. 


■' § 70 . . 




" §12 




G. L. 21s, § 9. 


■• §71 . . 




" §§13, 


14 


S. 1918, 257, §§ 407, 408. 


e. 161, § 1 . . 




" §§15-17 


G. L. 218, §§ 16-18. 


•• §2 . . 




" §§18, 


19 


S. 1918,257, §409; R. 1918, 
257, § 410. 


" §§3,4 . 
" §5 . . 




§20 




0. 


" §6 . . 




" §21 




G. L. 218, § 20. 


" §7 . . 




" §22 




Part G. L. 21N, § 20; part S. 
1916, 174, § 1; part O. 


" §8 . . 
" §§9,10. 




•■ §23 




G. L. 218, § 20. 


" §§ 11-13 




" §24 




PartG. L. 211s, §20; part O. 


" § 14 . . 




■• §25 




G. L. 218, § 29. 






•' §§26, 


27' 


Part G. L. 218, § 26; part S. 
1918, 257, § 420. 


" § 15 . . 
" § 16 . . 




'■ §28 




S. 1909, 442. 


'• § 17 . . 




§29 




PartG. L. 218, §26; part S. 
1911, 176, § 1; 1918. 257, 
§420. 


•• §§ 18-26 
" § 27 . . 

" § 28 . . 




§30 




Part G. L. 218, § 26; part S. 
1918, 257, § 420. 


" § 29 . . 
■• §§30,31 




" §31 




G. L. 218, § 26. 


" § 32 . . 




" §32 




G. L. 218, § 28. 


" § 33 . . 




■• §33 




S. 1918, 257, §411. 


" §34 . . 




•■ §34 




G. L. 218, § 30. 


§ 35 . . 




'■ §35 




G. L. 218, § 35. 


•■ §§ 36-39 




" §§36,37 


G. L. 218, §§33, .34. 


" §§40,41 




" §38 




S. 1918,257, §412; R. 1918, 
257, § 413. 


" §§ 42, 43 
" §44 . . 




■• §39 




G. L. 218, § 38. 


•' § 45 . . 




§40 




S. 1913,471, §3. 


•• §46 . . 




§41 




G. L. 218, § 40. 


•■ § 47 . . 




" §42 




S. 1913,471, §4. 


•' § 48 . . 




•■ §43 




G. L. 218, § 42. 


" §49 . . 




" §44 




S. 1906, 166. 


" §50 . . 




" §45 




S. 1918, 257, § 414. 


•■ §51 . . 




" §§46 


47 


G. L. 218, §§ 44, 45. 


" § 52 . . 




•' §48 




G. L. 218, § 47. 


" § 53 . . 




" §49 




0. 


" § 54 . . 




'■ §50 




S. 1918, 257, § 415. 


§55 . . 




" §§51 


52 


G. L. 218, §§ 2. 3. 


" § 56 . . 




" §§53 


54 


G. L. 218, §§ 48, 49. 


•' § 57 . . 




§55 




S. 1912, 649, § 11. 


§ 58 . . 




" §56 




S. 1907, 179. 


" § 59 . . 




'• §57 




S. 1918, 250. 


" §60 . . 




§58 




Part G. L. 218, § 53; part 
S. 1906, 468; 1908, 418; 
1913, 446; 1916, 69, § 1. 


§61 . . 

" §§ 62, 63 

c. 162, §§1-4 . 




" §59 




S. 1912, 649, § 1. 


" §5 . . 




" §60 




R. 1918, 257, § 416. 


" §§6,7 . 




■■ §61 




G. L. 218, § 56. 


" §§8,9 . 




" §62 




S. 1912, 497. 


§ 10 . . 




" §63 




S. 1914, 700, § 2. 






" §64 




S. 1909, 386. 


" §11 . . 




" §65 




G. L. 218, § 64. 






" §66 




S. 1912, 462, § 1; R. 1912, 
462, § 2. 


'■ § 12 . . 
" §§ 13, 14 




" §67 




PartG. L. 218, §§69-71,74, 
83, 84; part S. 1902, 299; 
320; 356; 360, §§ 1, 2; 
378; 1903, 214, § 2; 1904, 
453, §§ 1-3; 454, § 1; 

1905, 452; 1906, 289, § 1; 
355, § 1; 1907, 324; 333; 
1908,351; 1909, 367; 368; 
1911, 259; 1912, 315; 
1913,691; 725; 1914,690, 
§ 1; 1919, 362, § 6; part 
R. 1904, 453, §4; 454, §2; 

1906, 289, § 2; 355, § 3. 


•■ § 15 . . 
" §16 . . 
" § 17 . . 
" § 18 . . 
" § 19 . . 
" §20 . . 
" §§ 21-24 
" §§ 25, 26 
" § 27 . . 
" § 28 . . 
" §§ 29-32 
" §33 . . 
" §§34-37 



S. 1904, 453, § 3; R. 1904, 

453, § 4. 
G. L. 218, § 6. 
G. L. 218, § 9. 
G. L. 218, § 84. 
G. L. 222, § 1. 
G. L. 222, §§ 1, 2. 
G. L. 218, § 36. 
G. L. 218, § 35; 219, § 1. 
S. 1917, 326, § 1. 
G. L. 219, § 4. 
PartG. L. 219, §4; part O. 
S. 1917, 326, § 1. 
R. 1917, 326, § 2. 
S. 1902, 544, § 24; R. 1917, 

326, § 2. 
R. 1917, 320, § 2. 
S. 1917, 326, § 3. 
G. L. 219, § 5. 
R. 1917,326, §2. 
O. 

S. 1917, 326, § 4. 
S. 1918, 257, § 412. 
G. L. 219, §§ 18, 19. 
S. 1918, 257, § 421. 
G. L. 219, § 25. 
G. L. 219, § 29. 
G. L. 219, §31. 
G. L. 219, §§ 21-24. 
G. L. 219, §§ 26, 27. 
G. L. 219, § 28. 
G. L. 219, § 30. 
G. L. 219, § 28. 
Part G. L. 219, § 10; part O. 
S. 1918, 257, § 422. 
Part G. L. 219, § 9; part O. 
S. 1917, 326, § 5. 
O. 

s. 1917, 326, § er 

R. 1917, 326, § 2. 

S. 1917, 326, § 7. 

G. L. 219, § 15. 

O. 

S. 1917, 326, § 8. 

G. L. 219, § 12. 

R. 1917, 326, § 2. 

(By reference) G. L. 219, § 15. 

G. L. 219, § 16. 

PartG. L. 219, § 11; part O. 

G. L. 219, § 11. 

G. L. 215, §§ 1-4. 

S. 1910, 100. 

G. L. 215, §§7,8. 

S. 1919, 274, §§ 1, 10. 

S. 1919, 17; 274, §§ 2, 10; 

333, § 30. 
S. 1919, 274, §§ 2, 10; 333, 

§31. 
G. L. 215, § 19. 
S. 1919, 274, §§ 6. 10. 
G. L. 215, §21. 
G. L. 215, §§ 22, 29. 
G. L. 215, § 23. 
S. 1919, 274, §§ 10, 12. 
S. 1907, 266. 

PartG. L. 215, § 25; part O. 
G. L. 215, §§ 26-29. 
S. 1919, 274, §§ 7, 10. 
Part G. L. 215, § 20; part O. 
O. 

G. L. 215, §§ 30-33. 
S. 1915, 151, § 8. 
G. L. 215, §§ 35-38. 



DISPOSITION OF THE REVISED LAWS. 



cliii 



c. 162, § 38 . . 
" §§ 39. 40 
" §§41,42 
" §§ 43, 44 

§§ 45, 46 
" §47 . . 
" §§ 48, 49 

^50 . . 

" §§ 51-57 

" §58 . . 

." §59 . . 

" §60 . . 



c. 163, § 1 . 
•• §2 . 

" §§3-i: 

c. 164, §§1,2 
" §3 
" §4 
■' §5 
" §6 
" §7 
" §8 
" §9 

§10 
■■ §11 
" §12 

§13 
" §14 

§15 
" §16 
•• §17 
" §18 
" §19 
" §20 
" §§21 

§24 
" §§25, 
" §27 



§28 
§29 



§30 . 

§§31,32 

§33 

§34 

§35 

§§1,2 

§3 

§4 



165, 



§5 
§6 
§7 



§§8-14 . 
§15 . . 
§16 . . 
§§ 17-19 
§20 . . 
§21 . . 



S. 1907, 129. 

G. L. 215, §§ 41, 42. 

G. L. 215, § 43. 

G. L. 215, §§ 44, 45. 

G. L. 215, §§47, 48. 

S. 1905, 229. 

G. L. 215, §§ 50, 51. 

Parte. L. 215, §52; part S. 

1919, 274, § 1. 
G. L. 215, §§ 53-59. 
Part G. L. 215, § 60; part O. 
G. L. 215, § 61. 
Part G. L. 215, §§ 62, 63; 

parts. 1905, 79; 1907, 273, 

§ 1; 1908, 218, § 1; 227; 

1910, 262; 1914, 88, § 1 ; 

1917, 38; 1919, 43; part 

R. 1,907, 273, § 2; 1908, 

218, §2; 1914, 88, §2. 
G. L. 216, § 1. 
S. 1902, 544, § 25. 
G. L. 216, §§ 3-177. 
S. 1907,442, §§ 1, 2. 
G. L. 217, § 5. 
G. L. 217, § 2. 
S. 1904, 401, § 1. 
G. L. 217, § 14. 
S. 1904, 401, § 2. 
G. L. 217, § 10. 
G. L. 217, § 9. 
G. L. 217, § 5. 
G. L. 217, § 12. 
G. L. 217, § 15. 
G. L. 217, § 21. 
S. 1915, 26. 
G. L. 217, § IS. 
G. L. 217, § 20. 
S. 1904, 286, § 1. 
G. L. 217, § 2S. 
G. L. 217, § 17. 
G. L. 217, § 27. 
G. L. 217, § 11. 
G. L. 217, § 13. 
G. L. 217, §§6, 7. 
Part G. L. 217, § 39; part S. 

1904, 286, § 2; 455, §§ 1, 

2; 1914, 483; part R. 

1904, 455, § 3. 
S. 1904, 286, § 3. 
PartG. L. 217, §33; part S. 

1904, 219; 1907, 206; 1913, 

386, § 1; 1918, 161, § 1; 

part R. 1918, 161, § 2. 
G. L. 217, § 42. 
G. L. 217, § 43. 
S. 1906, 149. 
S. 1911, 302. 

S. 1906, 193; 1917, 253, § 1. 
G. L. 221, §§ 1, 2. 
G. L. 221, §§ 3, 4. 
PartG. L. 221, § 4; part R. 

1917, 44, § 3. 
G. L. 221, § 4. 
G. L. 221, § 6. 
Part G. L. 221, § 5; part S. 

1912, 547, § 1; part R. 

1912, 547, § 2. 
G. L. 221, §§ 8-14. 
S. 1907, 145, § 1.^ 
G. L. 221, § 16. 
G. L. 221, §§ 19-21. 
S. 1910, 94. 
G. L. 221, § 17. 



. 165, §§ 22, 23 
" §24 . . 

§25 . . 

§§26-29 
" §30 . . 
" §31 . . 

§32 . . 
" §33 . . 

§34 . . 

§35 . . 

§§36-38 
" §39 . . 

§§40,41 
•• §42 . 
" §43 . 
" §44 . 

§45 . 

§§46-50 

§51 . 
" §52 . 

§53 . 
" §54 . 
" §55 . 
" §56 .. 
" §57 . 
" §58 . 
" §59 . 

§60 . 

§61 . 

§62 . 
" §63 . 

§§ 64-66 
" §67 . 
" §68 . 
" §69 . 
■' §§70,71 
•■ §§ 72-74 
" §75 . . 

" §76 . . 

" §77 . . 

■• §78 . . 

" §79 . . 

" §80 . . 

" §81 . . 

§82 . . 

§83 . . 
" §§84-87 

•' §88 . . 

166, §§ 1-12 . 
§§13,14 

" §§15,16 

" §17 . . 



c. 167, § 1 
•■ §2 



!3-5 . 
§6 . . 
§§7,8 . 
§9 . . 
§§ 10-14 
§15 . . 
§§ 16-21 
§22 . . 
§23 . . 
§24 . . 
§25 . . 



G. L. 221, §§ 22, 23. 

G. L. 221, § 25. 

S. 1917, 206. 

G. L. 221, §§ 28-31. 

G. L. 221, § 33. 

S. 1908, 253. 

G. L. 221, § 34. 

S. 1909, 165. 

S. 1902, 462; 1904, 451, §§ 1, 

2; 1911, 299. 
S. 1902, 358; 499; 513; 

1904, 451, § 3. 
G. L. 221, §§ 100-102. 
G. L. 221, § 35. 
S. 1904, 355, §§ 1, 2. 
G. L. 221, § 38. 
S. 1904, 355, § 3. 
S. 1919, 260. 
S. 1914. 432. 
G. L. 221, §§48-52. 
PartG. L. 221, §45; part O. 
S. 1904, 348. 
G. L. 221, § 54. 
S. 1918. 257, § 423. 
S. 1914, 576, § 2. 
G. L. 221, § 57. 
S. 1914, 576, § 3. 
G. L. 221, § 59. 
S. 1914, 576, § 4. 
S. 1911, 237. 
S. 1914, 576, § 5. 
G. L. 221, § 63. 
S. 1908, 358, § 1. 
G. L. 221, §§ 65-67. 
S. 1908, 358, § 2. 
G. L. 221, § 69. 
S. 1917, 335, § 1. 
G. L. 221, § 69. 
G. L. 221, § 7U. 
PartG. L. 221, § 75; part S. 

1917, 298. 
S. 1906, 470; 1907, 459; 1917, 

335, § 2. 
G. L. 221, § 80. 
G. L. 221, § 79. 
G. L. 221, §81. 
S. 1915, 142, § 1. 
S. 1904, 145. 
S. 1918, 257, § 424. 
S. 1912, 289. 
G. L. 221, §§86-89. 
S. 1913, 674; 1914, 759; 1915, 

142, § 2. 
G. L. 220, §§ 2-13. 
Part G. L. 220, §§ 14, 15; 

part O. 
Special. 
Part G. L. 220, § 19; part 

Special. 
O. 

G. L. 223, § 1. 
S. 1913, 644. 
G. L. 223, §§4-6. 
S. 1904, 320. 
G. L. 223, §§ 8, 9. 
Part G. L. 223, § 10 ; part O. 
G. L. 223, §§ 11-15. 
Part G. L. 223, § 16; part O. 
G. L. 223, §§ 17-22. 
Part G. L. 223, § 23; part O. 
O. 

G. L. 223, § 24. 
S. 1908, 338. 



cliv DISPOSITION OF THE REVISED LAWS. 



c. 167, §§ 26, 27 . G. L. 223, §§ 26, 27. 
§ 28 ... S. 1906, 201, § 1. 
§§29-34 . G. L. 223, §§ 29-34. 
§35 ... S. 1913, 309; R. 1920, 591, 

§2. 
§ 36 . . . G. L. 223, § 37. 
§§37,38 . G. L. 223, §§ 41, 42. 
§39 . . . Part G. L. 223, §§ 43, 44 

part S. 1906, 463, I, § 61 

part R. 1906, 463, I, § 6S 

part O. 
§ 40 ... G. L. 223, § 45. 
§41 . . . Part G. L. 223, §46; part O. 
§§42-53 . G. L. 223, §§ 47-58. 
§ 54 ... G. L. 223, § 70. 
§ 55 . . . G. L. 223, § 59. 
§ 56 ... S. 1907, 546, § 2. 
§§57-59 . G. L. 223, §§ 61-63. 
§00. . . Part G. L. 22.3, §64; parts. 

1913, 611, § 1; part R. 

1913, 611, § 18. 
§61 . . . Part G. L. 223, §65; parts. 

1920, 495, § 1; part R. 

1920, 495, § 2. 
§ 62 . . . S. 1907, 370. 
§63 ... S. 1918, 257, §.425. 
§§64.65 . G. L. 223, §§ 68, 69. 
§§66-68 . R. 1910, 531, § 1. 
§§69-79 . G. L. 223, §§ 74-84. 
§ 80 ... S. 1907, 453. 
§§81-108 . G. L. 223, §§ 86-113. 
§ 109 . . O. 
§ 110 . . S. 1909, 190. 
§ 111 . . G. L. 223, § 115. 
§ 112 . . S. 1913, 305. 
§§ 113-116 . G. L. 223, §§ 117-120. 
§117 . . S. 1907, 393. 
§118 . . PartG.L. 223, §122; parts. 

1911, 150, § 1; part R. 

1911, 150, § 2. 
§§ 119, 120 . G. L. 223, §§ 123, 124. 
§ 121 . . Part G. L. 223, § 125; part 

S. 1918, 257, § 426. 
Part G. L. 223, § 126; part 

S. 1911, 150, § 1; part R. 

1911, 150, § 2. 
G. L. 223, §§ 127-131. 
G. L. 223. § 133. 
S. 1910, 480. 
§2 . . . S. 1916, 272, § 1; R. 1916, 

272, § 2. 
§3 . . . G. L. 224, §§3, 4. 
§ 4 . . . S. 1916, 272, § 3. 
§5 . . . O. 
§§6,7 . . PartG.L. 224, §59; parts. 

1909, 119, §§ 1, 2; part O. 
§§8-10 . . S. 1911, 192, §§ 1-3. 
I 11 . . . S. 1919, 333, § 32. 
§§ 12, 13 . G. L. 224, §§ 64, 65. 
§ 14 . . . Parte. L. 262, §4; part O. 
§§15,16 . Part G. L. 224, §§ 66, 67; 

part O. 
§17. . . Part G. L. 224, §§6, 7; part 

S. 1920, 378; part O. 
§§18,19 . Part G. L. 224, §§ 8, 9; 

part O. 
§ 20 . . . S. 1906, 203, § 1. 
§21 . . . PartG. L.224. §11; partO 
§§22-24 . G. L. 224, §§ 12-14. 
§25. . . PartG. L.224, § 15; parte. 
§ 26 . . . G. L. 224, § 16. 
§27 . . . S. 1911, 192, §4. 
§ 28 . . . G. L. 224, § 18. 



§122 



" §§ 123-12: 

" § 128 . 

c. 16S, § 1 . . 



c. 108, § 29 . . 


. PartG. L.224. § 19; 


part O. 


•' §§30-32 


. G. L. 224, §§ 20-22. 




•• §33 . . 


. PartG. L.224, §23; 


part O. 


" §§ 34, 35 


. G. L. 224, §§ 24, 25. 




•■ §36 . . 


. PartG. L.224, §26; 


part O. 


" §37 . . 


. PartG. L.224, §70; 


part O. 


" §38 . . 


. S. 1915, 9. 




" §§39,40 


. G. L. 224, §§2S, 29. 




" §41 . . 


. S. 1906, 203, § 2. 




" §42 . . 


. G. L. 224, §31. 




" §43 . . 


. PartG. L.224, §32; 


part O. 


§44 . . 


. G. L. 224, § 33. 




" §45 . . 


. PartG. L.224, §34; 


part O. 


§46 . 


. G. L. 224. § 35. 




" §§47,48 


. Part G. L. 224, §§ 
part O. 


36, 37; 


§§49,50 


. PartG. L.224, §38; 


part O. 


" §51 . 


. PartG. L.224, §39; 


part O. 


" §52 . 


. G. L.224, §§40,42. 




§§53,54 


. PartG. L.224, §41; 


part 0. 


" §§ 55, 56 


. G. L. 224, §§ 43, 44 




" § 57 . 


. Part G. L. 224, § 45; part 0. 


§§ 58-60 


. G. L. 224, §§ 46-48. 




§§61,62 


. 0. 




§§ 63-67 


. G. L. 224, §§ 49-53. 




" § 68 . 


. Part G. L. 224, § 1 ; 


part O. 


§§ 69-72 


. G. L. 224, §§ 54-57. 




" § 73 . 


. S. 1910, 84. 




" § 74 . 


. PartG. L. 262, § 4; 


part O. 


■• § 75 . 


. S. 1911, 150, § 1; R. 1911, 




150, § 2. 




•• § 76 . 


. S. 1913, 611. §§ 1 
1913, 611, § 18. 


8; R. 


" § 77 . 


. O. 




" I 78 . 


. G. L. 218, §§ 47, 56 




■' § 79 . 


. G. L. 261, §§ 23, 26 




" §§ 80, 81 


. S. 1913, 471, §§ 5, 6 




■■ §§ 82, 83 


. G. L. 225, §§ 5, 6. 




" § 84 . 


. S. 1918, 257, § 428. 




■• § 85 . 


. G. L. 225, § 8. 




§ 86 . 


. S. 1913, 471, § 7. 




c. 169, §§ 1-3 


. G. L. 226, §§ 1-3. 




•• §4 . 


. PartG. L. 226, §4; 


part S. 




1911, 150, § 1; 


part R. 




1911, 1.50, §2. 




" §§5-25 


. G. L. 226, §§ 5-25. 




c. 170, §§ 1-4 


. G. L. 227, §§ 1-4. 




•• §§5,6 


. G. L. 227, §§ 6, 7. 




" §7 . 


. Part G. L. 227, § 8; 


part O. 


" §8 . 


. G. L. 227, § 9. 




" §9 . 


. S. 1918, 257, § 429. 




" §§ 10-16 


. G. L. 227, §§ 11-17. 




c. 171, § 1 . 


. G. L. 228, § 1. 




■• §2 . 


. S. 1907, 375. 




" §§3,4 


. G. L. 228, §§2, 3. 




" §5 . 


. PartG. L. 228, §4; 


part 0. 


•■ §6 . 


. S. 1919, 333, § 34. 




■■ §7 . 


. PartG. L. 228, §6; 


part O. 


'■ §§ 8-12 


. G. L. 228, §§ 7-11. 




" §§ 13-15 


. O. 




§ 16 . 


. Part G. L. 80, § 8; 


part S. 




1918, 257, § 187, 


,ubs. 21. 


" §§ 17, 18 


. G. L. 228, §§ 12. 13 




" § 19 . 


. PartG. L. 228, §14; 


part O. 


c. 172, §§ 1-4 


. G. L. 230, §§ 1-4. 




" §5 . 


. G. L. 230, § 6. 




•• §§6-11 


. G. L. 230, §§ 8-13. 




c. 173, §§ 1, 2 


. G. L. 231, §§ 1, 2. 




" §3 . 


. S. 1919, 333, § 35. 




" §§4-7 


. G. L. 231, §§ 5-8. 




" §8 . 


. G. L. 231, § 10. 




" §9 . 


. PartG. L. 231, §11; 


part O. 


" § 10 . 


. S. 1919, 333, § 36. 





DISPOSITION OF THE REVISED LAWS. 



dv 



, § 11 . . . G. L. 231, §§ 12, 13. 
§§12-20 . G. L. 231, §§ 14-22. 
§21 . . . O. 
§ 22 . . . G. L. 231, § 23. 
§23. . . Parte. L. 231, §24; part O. 
§§ 24-27 . G. L. 231, §§ 25-28. 
§ 28 . . . S. 1913, 307. 
§§ 29-31 . G. L. 231, §§ 32-34. 
§ 32 . . . .S. 1918, 257, § 4.30. 
§§ 33-37 . G. L. 231, §§ 36-40. 
§ 38 . . . S. 1909, 227. 
§39. . . PartG. L. 231, §42; partO. 
§§40-51 . G. L. 231, §§43-54. 
§52 . . . S. 1911, 275. 
§ 53 . . . G. L. 231, § 56. 
§ 54 . . . S. 1917, 101. 
§ 55 . . . S. 1905, 271. 
§ 56 . . . G. L. 231, § 60. 
§ 57 . . . S. 1909, 225; R. 1913, 815, 

§9. 
§ 58 . . . R. 1913, 815, § 9. 
§59 . . . S. 1909, 206, § 1 ; R. 1913, 

815, § 9. 
§ 60 . . . S. 1913, 815, § 2; R. 1913, 

815, § 9. 
§ 61 . . . S. 1912, 276, § 1; R. 1913, 

815, § 9. 
§62 . . . S. 1913, 815, § 7; R. 1913, 

815, § 9. 
§63 . . . S. 1911, 593; R. 1913. 815, 

§9. 
§64 . . . S. 1913, 815, §§ 3, 4; R, 

1913, 815, §9. 
§ 65 . . . S. 1913, 815, § 6; R. 1913, 

815, § 9. 
§66 . . . S. 1913, 815, § 4; R. 1913, 

815, § 9. 
§ 67 . . . R. 1913, 815, § 9. 
§§ 68-71 . G. L. 231, §§ 70-73. 
§72. . . PartG. L. 231, §74; part O. 
§ 73 . . . G. L. 231, § 75. 
§74 . . . G. L. 231, §77. 
§75 . . . G. L. 231, §76. 
§ 76 . . . R. 1906, 342, § 1. 
§§77,78 . G. L. 231, §§78,79. 
§79 . . . S. 1911,497. 

G. L. 231, § 81. 

S. 1904. 448, § 9; R. 1912, 
542. 

G. L. 231, §§ 82, 83. 

G. L. 231, §§86, 87. 

G. L. 231, § 29. 

G. L. 231, §§ 88-94. 

G. L. 231, § 84. 

G. L. 231, § 95. 

S. 1906, 342, § 2. 

S. 1906, 451. 

S. 1910,534, §§2,3. 

Part G. L. 231, §§ 99, 100; 
part O. 

G. L. 231, § 101. 

o. 

PartG. L. 231, §102; part O. 

S. 1910, 555, § 5. 

S. 1906, 342, § 3. 

S. 1911, 212, § 1. 

S. 1912, 317, § 1. 

G. L. 231, §§ 116, 117. 

G. L. 231, § 121. 

G. L. 231, § 127. 

G. L. 231, §§ 129, 130. 

S. 1915, 111. 

S. 1907, 546, § 1. 



§81 

§§82,83 
§§84,85 
§86 . . 
§§ 87-93 
§94 . . 
§95 . . 



§97 . . 
§§98,99 
§§ 100, 101 

§102 . 

§103 . 

§104 . 

§105 . 

§106 . 

§ 107 . 

§ 108 . 
§§109,110 
§111 

§112 . 
§§113,114 

§115 . 

§116 . 



c. 173, §§ 117-119 
§ 120 . 

■' §§121,122 

" § 123 

" § 124 
§ 125 

" §126 

" § 127 

•■ § 128 

" § 129 

§ 130 

c. 174, §§ 1-8 

■■ §9 . 

" § 10 . 



§11 



12, 13 



§ 14 . 

§11-3 
§4 . 
§§5-7 
§8 . 
§§9-20 
§21 . 
§22 . 
§23 . 
§§ 24-38 
§39 . 
§§ 40, 41 
§§ 42-67 
§68 . . 
§§ 69-71 
§§ 72-74 
§§75-78 
§§1,2 



§3 

§4 



§5-8 
§ 9-16 
17 . 
§ 18-36 
§37-40 



c. 177, § 1 . . 

" §§2-13 . 

" § 14 . . 

■■ §§ 15, 16 

" §17. . 

" § 18 . . 

" §§ 19-21 

" § 22 . . 

" § 23 . . 

■' §§ 24-36 

" §37 . . 

" §§ 38-44 

" § 45 . . 

" §§ 46-51 

§§ 52-58 

c. 178, §§ 1-3 . 



§4 
§5 
§6 



§§7-18 . 
§§ 19, 20 
§§21,22 

§§ 23-27 
§28 . . 
§§29-45 
§46 . . 
§§ 47-52 
§53 . . 



G. L. 231, §§ 135-137. 

S. 1915, 185, § 1. 

G. L. 231, §§ 138, 139. 

G. L. 231, § 30. 

G. L. 231, § 142. 

PartG. L. 231, § 141; part O. 

G. L. 231, § 141. 

O. 

G. L. 231, § 143. 

G. L. 231, § 141. 

G. L. 231, § 147. 

G. L. 232, §§ 1-8. 

PartG. L. 232, §9; part O. 

G. L. 232, § 10. 

Part G. L. 232, § 11 ; part O. 

G. L. 232, §§ 12, 13. 

Part G. L. 232, § 14; part S. 

1918, 257, § 187, subs. 39. 
G. L. 233, §§ 1-3. 
S. 1918, 257, § 435. 
G. L. 233, §§5-7. 
S. 1907, 328. 
G. L. 233, §§ 9-20. 
S. 1913, 81. 
G. L. 233, § 22. 
S. 1918, 257, § 436. 
G. L. 233, §§ 23-37. 
G. L. 233, § 40. 
G. L. 2.33, §§ 38, 39. 
G. L. 233, §§ 41-66. 
G. L. 233, § 80. 
G. L. 233, §§ 67-69. 
G. L. 233, §§ 74-76. 
G. L. 233, §§70-73. 
G. L. 234, §§ 1, 2. 
S. 1904, 307. 
S. 1907, 348, § 1. 
S. 1907, .348, §§ 5-8. 
G. L. 234, §§ 9-16. 
S. 1919, 333, § 19. 
G. L. 234, §§ 18-36. 
G. L. 234, §§ 39-42. 
S. 1912, 190. 
G. L. 235, §§ 2-13. 
Part G. L. 235, § 14; part O. 
G. L. 235, §§ 15, 16. 
Part G. L. 235, § 18; part O. 
S. 1914, 54, § 1. 
G. L. 235, §§ 19-21. 
Part G. L. 235, § 22; part O. 
S. 1914, 54, § 2. 
G. L. 235, §§ 24-36. 
S. 1915, 131. 
G. L. 235, §§ 38-44. 
Part G. L. 235, § 45; part O. 
R. 1910, 531, § 1. 
G. L. 235, §§46-52. 
G. L. 236, §§ 1-3. 
S. 1920, 344. 
G. L. 236, § 5. 
S. 1913,611, § 1; 1920,495, 

§ 1; part R. 1913, 611. 

§ 18. 
G. L. 236. §§ 6-17. 
G. L. 236, §§ 19, 20. 
Part G. L. 236, §§ 21, 22; 

part O. 
G. L. 236, §§ 23-27. 
S. 1915, 127. 
G. L. 236, §§ 29-45. 
S. 1914, 318. 
G. L. 236, §§ 47-52. 
S. 1914, 436. 



clvi 



DISPOSITION OF THE REVISED LAWS. 



c. 178, §§ 54, 55 
c. 179, § 1 . . 

•• §§2-10 . 

" §11 . . 

" § 12 . . 

" § 13 . . 

" § 14 . . 
§ 15 . . 

■• §§ 16-20 

'■ §21 . . 

" I 22 . . 

" §§23-31 

" §§ 32-34 

§§ 35-43 

e. 180, §§ 1-12 . 

c. 181, § 1 . . 

•• §2 . . 



§3 . 
§§4,5 
§§6,7 
§8 . 
§§9. 10 
1-3 
■■ §4 . 
" §§ 5-14 
" § 15 . 
c. 183, § 1 . 
•• §§2^ 
" §5 . 
§6 . 



182, 



184 



§1 . 

§2 . 

§3 . 

§4 . 

§§5, e 

§8 . 
§ 10 . 

§11 . 

§ 12 . 
§ 13 . 
§14 . 
§ 15 . 
§16 . 
§§ 19, 20 
§21 . 
§22 . 
§25 . 
§§ 26, 27 
§§28-30 
§§31,32 
§33 . . 
§34 . . 
§§ 35, 36 
§§ 37, 38 
§§ 39, 40 
§41 . 
§42 . 
§43 . 
§44 . 
§45 . 
§46 . 
§47 . 
§§ 48, 49 
§50 
§51 
§52 
§53 
§54 
§55 



G. L. 236, §§ 54, 55. 

G. L. 237, § 1. 

G. L. 237, §§ 3-11. 

Parte. L. 228, § 8; part O. 

G. L. 237, § 12. 

G. L. 237, §§21,22. 

G. L. 237, § 13. 

PartG. L. 237, §14; part O. 

G. L. 237, §§ 15-19. 

Part G. L. 237, §§ 21-25; 

part S. 1904, 448, §§ 1, 8. 
G. L. 237, § 20. 
G. L. 237, §§ 26-34. 
S. 1918, 257, § 437. 
G. L. 237, §§ 36-44. 
G. L. 238, §§ 1-12. 
S. 1914, 146. 
PartG. L. 239, § 2; part S. 

1913, 644; 1918, 257, 

§409. 
G. L. 239, § 3. 
G. L. 239, § 4. 
G. L. 239, §§5, 6. 
O. 

G. L. 239, §§ 7, 8. 
G. L. 240, §§ 1-3. 
S. 1918, 257, § 438. 
G. L. 240, §§ 5-14. 
S. 1913, 533. 
S. 1906, 50, § 1. 
G. L. 240, §§20-22. 
G. L. 240, § 24. 
G. L. 240, § 26. 
R. 1917, 279, § 40. 
S. 1917,279, § 1. 
S. 1917,279, §§ 1,2, 4, 5. 
S. 1917, 279, § 1. 
S. 1917, 279, § 6. 
S. 1917, 279, § 8. 
S. 1917, 279, § 6. 
S. 1917, 279, § 11. 
Part S. 1917, 279, § 23. 
S. 1917, 279, § 10. 
S. 1917,279, §§ 12, 16. 
S. 1917, 279, § 23. 
S. 1917, 279, § 5. 
Part S. 1917, 279, § 14. 
S. 1917, 279, § 24. 
S. 1917, 279, § 27. 
S. 1917, 279, § 18. 
S. 1917, 279, § 21. 
S. 1917,279, §§ 19, 20. 
S. 1917, 279, §§ 28-30. 
S. 1917, 279, § 2. 
S. 1902, 544, § 26. 
S. 1912, 135. 
S. 1917, 279, §§ 8, 9. 
S. 1917, 279, §§ 12, 13. 
S. 1917, 279, §§ 4, 5. 
S. 1917, 279, § 14. 
S. 1917, 279, § 23. 
S. 1917, 279, § 2. 
Parts. 1917, 279, § 1. 
Part S. 1917, 279, § 18. 
S. 1917, 279, § 3. 
S. 1907, 361. 
S. 1917, 279, §§ 36, 37. 
S. 1917, 279, § 1. 
S. 1917, 279, § 32. 
S. 1917, 279, §§ 9, 23. 
S. 1917, 279, § 15. 
S. 1917, 279, § 25. 
S. 1917, 279, § 31. 



c. 185, 

c. 186, 
c. 187, 



c. 188, 
c. 189, 



§§ 56, 57 
§§ 58, 59 
§§ 1-9 . 
§§ 1-5 . 
§§ 1-13 . 
§§ 14. 15 
§§ 16-40 
§1 . 
§2 . 
§§3-12 
§§1-5 
§§6-33 
§34 . 

§§35-64 
§65 . . 



§§ 66-82 

c. 190, §§1-6 . 

" §7 . . 

" §§ 8-16 . 

" § 17 . . 



M8 ■ . 
§ 19 . . 
§§ 20, 21 
§22 . . 
§23 . . 
§24 . . 
§§ 1-34 . 
§§35-47 
§§ 48-53 
§§1-3 



c. 191, 
c. 192, 
c. 193, 



c. 194, 
c. 195, 



§4 
§§5-13 
§§ 1-21 
§22 . 

§§ 2.3-28 
§29 . 
§§30-37 
§§ 1-13 



§1 
§§2,3 
§4 . 
§5 . 
§6 . 



§9 . 
§10 . 
§11 . 
§§12,13 
§14 . 
§15 . 
§16 . 
§§ 17-22 
§§23,24 
§25 . . 
§§ 1-3 . 
§4 . . 
§§5,6 . 
§7 . . 
§§8-17 . 
§18 . . 
§§ 19-64 
§1 . . 

§2 . . 



S. 1917, 279, § 16. 

S. 1917, 279, §§ 38, 39. 

G. L. 242, §§ 1-9. 

G. L. 243, §§ 1-5. 

G. L. 244. §§ 1-13. 

S. 1906, 219, §§ 1, 2. 

G. L. 244, §§ 16-40. 

G. L. 245, § 1. 

S. 1919, 305. 

G. L. 245, §§ 3-12. 

G. L. 246, §§ 1-5. 

G. L. 246, §§ 7-34. 

S. 1905, 308; 1909, 514, 

§ 125; R. 1909,514, §145. 
G. L. 246, §§ 35-64. 
PartG. L. 246, §66; part S. 

1911, 150, § 1; part R. 

1911. 150, §2. 
G. L. 246, §§ 67-83. 
G. L. 247, §§ 1-6. 
O. 

G. L. 247, §§ 7-15. 
PartG. L. 247, § 16; part S. 

1911, 150, § 1; part R. 

1911, 150, § 2. 
G. L. 247, § 17. 
S. 1918, 257, § 440. 
G. L. 247, §§ 19, 20. 
R. 1918, 257, § 441. 
S. 1918, 257, § 442. 
G. L. 247, § 22. 
G. L. 248, §§ 1-34. 
R. 1918, 257, § 443. 
G. L. 248, §§ 35-40. 
G. L. 249, §§ 1-3. 
S. 1902, 544, § 27. 
G. L. 249, §§5-13. 
G. L. 250, §§ 1-21. 
Part G. L. 250, § 22; part 

O. 
G. L. 250, §§ 23-28. 
O. 

G. L. 250, §§ 29-36. 
G. L. 251, §§ 1-13. 
S. 1918, 289, § 1. 
S. 1918, 289, § 4. 
G. L. 252, § 8. 
Part G. L. 252, § 8; part O. 
S. 1918, 289, §§ 7, 8. 
O. 

Part S. 1918, 289, § 4; part O. 
S. 1918, 289, §§ 13, 14. 
O. 

S. 1918, 289, §§ 16, 17. 
Part G. L. 252. § 8; part O. 
S. 1918, 289, § 18. 
G. L. 252, §§ 8, 13. 
S. 1918, 257. §§ 196-201. 
G. L. 252, §§ 21, 22. 
S. 1918, 257, § 202. 
G. L. 253, §§ 1-3. 
S. 1905, 259. 
G. L. 253, §§ 5, 6. 
Part G. L. 253, § 7; part O. 
G. L. 253, §§ 8-17. 
Part G. L. 253. § 18; part O. 
G. L. 253. §§ 19-64. 
S. 1915,292, §§1,2; R. 1915, 

292, § 13. 
S. 1915, 292, § 1; R. 1915, 

292, § 13. 
S. 1915, 292, § 2; R. 1915, 

292, § 13. 



c. 197, §§5-7 
" §8 . 



§§11-14 

§§ 15-20 
" §21 . . 
" §§22,23 
" §24 . . 
" §§25-27 

" §28 . . 

" §§ 29-31 

§§32,33 

c. 198, § 1 . . 



" §3 . 

" §§4-22 

" §§23-27 

" §28 . 

" §29 . 

" §30 . 
c, 199, §§ 1-9 

" §10 . 
c. 200, §§ 1, 2 

" §3 . 

" §§4-15 
c. 201, § 1 . 

" §2 . 

" §§3-5 

c. 202, §§ 1-3 

" §4 . 

§§5-10 

§§11-31 

c. 203, §§ 1-3 

'■ §4 . 

'■ §5 . 

" §§6,7 



" §§8-15 
" §§ 16, 17 


" §§ 18, 19 
" §20 . 


" §§21-25 
'■ §26 . 
" §§27,28 


" §29 . 

" §30 . 

c. 204, § 1 . 

" §2 . 


" §3 . 
" §4 . 
" §5 . 
" §6 . 


" §§7-9 
§ 10 . 



DISPOSITION OF THE REVISED LAWS 



S. 1915, 292, §§ 6-8; R. 1915, 

292, § 13. 
G. L. 254, § 9. 
S. 1915,292, §§4, 8;R. 1915, 

292, § 13. 
S. 1908, 127; R. 1915, 292, 

§13. 
S. 1915, 292, § 4; R. 1915, 

292, § 13. 
G. L 254, §§ 16-21. 
Part G. L. 254, § 22; part O. 
G. L. 254, §§ 23, 24. 
S. 1915,292, §4. 
S. 1915, 292, § 10; R. 1915, 

292, § 13. 
S. 1906, 223; R. 1915, 292, 

§13. 
R. 1915, 292, § 13. 
G. L. 254, §§ 25, 26. 
Amended 1913,656; S. 1915, 

226, § 1. 
G. L. 255, § 2. 
Amended 1913, 656; G. L. 

255, § 3. 
G. L. 255, §§ 4-22. 
G. L. 255, §§ 26-30. 
G. L. 255, § 23. 
G. L. 255, §§24,26, 27. 
G. L. 255, § 31. 
G. L. 256, §§ 1-9. 
PartG. L. 262, §4; part O. 
G. L. 257, §§ 1, 2. 
S. 1918, 257, § 445. 
G. L. 257, §§4-15. 
S. 1905, 370, § 1. 
S. 1905, 370, § 2; R. 1910, 

555, § 3. 
G. L. 258, §§ 3-5. 
G. L. 260, §§ 1-3. 
S. 1902, 406. 
G. L. 260, §§ 5-10. 
G. L. 260, §§ 12-32. 
G. L. 261, §§ 1-3. 
O. 

G. L. 261, § 4. 
Part G. L. 261, §§ 5, 6; 

part O. 
G. L. 261, §§ 7-14. 
Part G. L. 261, §§ 15, 16; 

part O. 
G. L. 261, §§ 17, 18. 
Part G. L. 261, § 19; part 

O. 
G. L. 261, §§ 20-24. 
S. 1904, 413. 
Part G. L. 261, §§ 2.6, 27; 

part O. 
O. 

G. L. 261, § 28. 
Part G. L. 262, § 1 ; part O. 
Part G. L. 262, § 2; part R. 

1904, 350, § 1; 1909, 186; 

1913,38, § 1; partO. 
G. L. 262, § 3. 
O. 

R. 1917, 326, § 2. 
PartG. L. 262, § 4; part S. 

1912, 382; part R. 1904, 
350, § 2. 

G. L. 262, §§ 5-7. 

Part G. L. 262, § 8; part S. 

1913, 611, § 1; part R. 
1913, 611, § 18. 



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c. 204, § 11 . . 


. S. 1913, 611, § 2; R. 1913 




611, §18. 




■' § 12 . . 


. S. 1912, 184; R. 1913, 611 




§18. 




■■ §13 . . 


. G. L. 262, § 21. 




" §14 . . 


. S. 1910, 317. 




" §15 . . 


. S. 1913, 611, § 6; R. 1913 




611, § 18. 




" §16 . . 


. S. 1913. 611, §7. 




" § 17 . . 


. S. 1903, 256; R. 1919, 112 




§2. 




" §§ 18-20 


. G. L. 262, §§ 26-28. 




" §21 . . 


. S. 1920, 207. 




" §§ 22-24 


. G. L. 262, §§ 30-32. 




■' §26 . . 


. S. 1908, 121. 




" §26 . . 


. G. L. 262, § 35. 




" §27 . . 


. S. 1920, 598, § 8. 




§28 . . 


. G. L. 262, § 37. 




§29 . . 


. S. 1908, 365. 




§§30-32 


. G. L. 262, §§ 40-42. 




" §33 . . 


. PartG. L. 262, §43; 
1913, 611, § 16. 


part S 


" §§34,35 


. G. L. 262, §§ 44, 45. 




§36 . . 


. PartG. L. 262, §46; 
191.3, 611, § 13. 


part S 


" §§37,38 


. S. 1913, 611, §§ 14, 
1913, 611, § 18. 


15; R 


" §39 . . 


. G. L. 262, § 47. 




§40 . . 


. PartG. L. 262, §48; 


part O. 


§§41-43 


. G. L. 262, §§ 49-51. 




•' §44 . . 


. PartG. L. 262, §53; 


part 0. 


§§45,46 


. G. L. 262, §§ 54, 55. 




" §47 . . 


. S. 1910, 311. 




" §§ 48-55 


. G. L. 262, §§ 57-64. 




c. 205, §§1,2 . 


. G. L. 263, §§ 1, 2. 




" §§3-8 . 


. G. L. 263, §§ 4-9. 




0. 200, §§ 1-4 . 


. G. L. 264, §§ 1-4. 




•• §5 . . 


. S. 1913, 464. 




" §6 . . 


. G. L. 264, § 8. 




c. 207, §§ 1-16 . 


. G. L. 265, §§ 1-16. 




'■ § 17 . . 


. S. 1911, 84. 




" §§ 18-20 


. G. L. 265, §§ 18-20. 




•• §21 . . 


. S. 1918, 257, § 446. 




" §§22-31 


. G. L. 265, §§ 22-31. 




e. 208, §§1-6 . 


. G. L. 266, §§ 1-6. 




•■ §§7,8 . 


. S. 1912, 419, §§ 1, 2. 




" §§9,10 . 


. G. L. 266, §§ 9, 10. 




§§11-13 


. S. 1918, 257, §§ 447-449. 


" §§ 14-21 


. G. L. 266, §§ 14-21. 




" §§22-25 


. G. L. 266, §§ 23-26. 




" §26 . . 


. S. 1906, 261. 




" §27 . . 


. G. L. 266, § 31. 




•• §28 . . 


. S. 1919, 333, § 37; R. 1919, 




333, § 38. 




■' §29 . . 


. G. L. 266, § 39. 




" §30 . . 


. S. 1910,389; R. 1911, 126. 


" §§31-36 


. G. L. 266, §§ 40-45. 




" §37 . . 


. S; 1906, 181. 




" §38 . . 


. S. 1913, 551. 




§39 . . 


. G. L. 266, § 48. 




§40 . . 


. R. 1902, 544, § 28. 




" §§41-43 


. G. L. 266, §§ 49-51. 




" §44 . . 


. S. 1911, 216. 




" §45 . . 


. G. L. 266, § 53. 




" §§46-54 


. G. L. 266, §§ 55-63. 




" §55 . . 


. S. 1910, 516. 




" §§56-59 


. G. L. 266, §§ 65-68. 




" §60 . . 


. Amended 1907, 232, 
1920, 367. 


§3; S. 


■' §61 . . 


. S. 1902, 544, § 29. 




§§62-65 


. G. L. 266, §§ 74-77. 




§§66-76 


. G. L. 266, §§ 80-90. 




§§ 77-85 


. G. L. 266, §§ 93-101 





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DISPOSITION OF THE REVISED L.\WS. 



c. 208, § 86 . . 


. S. 1904, 396. 




c. 212, §42 . 


. Part G. L. 272, § 51 ; part S. 


•• §§ 87, 88 


. G. L. 266, §§ 103, 104. 






1917, 275, §§ 12, 14. 


" §189,90 


. G. L. 266, §§ 137, 138. 




" §43 . 


. G. L. 272, § 52. 


" §§91-98 


. G. L. 266, §§ 105-112. 




" §44 . 


. O. 


" §99 . 


. S. 1904, 444, § 1. 




•■ §45 . 


. S. 1905, 307. 


" § 100 


. S. 1902, 544, § 30. 




" §46 . 


. S. 1914, 743. 


§§ 101, 102 . S. 1902, 544, §§ 31. 3 


2; R. 


" §47 . 


. S. 1914, 654. 




1915, 145, § 13. 




■' §48 . 


. G. L. 272, § 53. 


■• § 103 


. R. 1908, 296, § 5. 




" §§49-52 


. G. L. 272, §§ 55-58. 


§ 104 


. S. 1905, 279, § 2; R. 


1915, 


" §53 . 


. S. 1906, 403. 




145, § 13. 




§§ 54-60 


. G. L. 272, §§ 61-67. 


" § 105 


. G. L. 266, § 115. 




" §61 . 


. S. 1913, 114. 


" § 106 


. S. 1902, 544, § 33. 




" §§ 62-70 


. G. L. 272, §§ 69-77. 


§§ 107-111 . G. L. 266, §§ 118-122. 




■• §§ 71-77 


. G. L. 272, §§ 79-85. 


■• §112 


. S. 1905, 434. 




•' §78 . 


. G. L. 272, § 87. 


" §§ 113-115 . G. L. 266, §§ 124-126. 




" §§ 79, 80 


. S. 1918, 99, §§ 1, 2. 


■' §116 


. Amended 1904, 305; 


G. L. 


" §§81-89 


. G. L. 272, §§ 90-98. 




266, § 127. 




c. 213, § 1 . 


. G. L. 270, § 1. 


■• §117 


. G. L. 266, § 128. 




" §2 . 


. S. 1912, 263. 


" §118 


. G. L. 110, §§ 23, 28. 




" §3 . 


. S. 1909, 346, § 1. 


" §119 


. G. L. 266, § 129. 




" §4 . 


. S. 1913, 647. 


§ 120 


. S. 1905, 241. 




" §§5-8 


. G. L. 270, §§ 9-12. 


§§ 121, 122 . G. L. 266, §§ 131, 132. 




•• §9 . 


. S. 1913, 650, §§1-3; R. 1914, 


■' § 123 


. PartG.L. 266, §133; part O. 




634, § 5. 


§§ 124-126 . G. L. 266, §§ 134-136. 




'■ §10 . 


. G. L. 270, § 13. 


c. 209, § 1 . 


. S. 1909, 155, § 1. 




c. 214, § 1 . 


. G. L. 271, § 1. 


" §2 . 


. G. L. 267, §§ 3, 4. 




" §2 . 


. S. 1907, 366. 


" § 3 . 


. S. 1909, 155, § 2. 




" §§3-6 


. G. L. 271, §§ 3-6. 


" §§4-28 


. G. L. 267, §§ 7-31. 




" §7 . 


. S. 1918, 257, § 457. 


c 210, §§ 1-5 


. G. L. 268, §§ 1-5. 




" §§8-29 


. G. L. 271, §§ 8-29. 


" §§6-14 


. G. L. -268, §§ 7-15. 




§§30-33 


. G. L. 271, §§ 31-34. 


•• §§ 15-18 


. S. 1920, 380, § 1; R. 


1920, 


c. 215, §§ 1-5 


. G. L. 274, §§ 1-5. 




380, § 3. 




•■ §6 . 


. PartG. L. 274, §6; part R. 


" § 19 . 


. G. L. 268, § 26. 






1911, 130. 


§20 . 


. Part G. L. 268, § 29; part O. 


c. 216, §§ 1-17 


. G. L. 275, §§ 1-17. 


" §21 . 


. G. L. 268, § 17. 




c. 217, §§ 1-6 


. G. L. 276, §§ 1-6. 


" §22 . 


. S. 1909, 255. 




•■ §7 . 


. S. 1908, 370. 


" §§23,24 


. G. L. 268, §§ 31, 32. 




" §8 . 


. G. L. 276, § 8. 


" §§25-32 


. G. L. 268, §§ 18-25. 




" §9 . 


. S. 1914, 521. 


§33 . 


. G. L. 268, § 33. 




" §§10-12 


. G. L. 276, §§ 10-12. 


§34 . 


. G. L. 222, § 9. 




■' §13 . 


. S. 1920, 399. 


" §§35-39 


. G. L. 268, §§ 34-38. 




" §§ 14-23 


. G. L. 276, §§ 14-23. 


c. 211, §§1-8 


. G. L. 269, §§ 1-8. 




" §24 . 


. S. 1912, 269. 


•■ §9 . 


. S. 1911, 548, § 3. 




" §§25-27 


. G. L. 276, §§ 25-27. 


" §10 . 


. G. L. 269, § 12. 




" §28 . 


. G. L. 276, § 23. 


" §11 . 


. S. 1911, 244, § 1; R. 


1911, 


" §§ 29-32 


. G. L. 276, §§ 29-32. 




244, § 4. 




•• §33 . 


. G. L. 276, § 34. 


" §12 . 


. G. L. 269, § 13. 




" §34 . 


. S. 1914, 465, § 1. 


c. 212, § 1 . 


. G. L. 272, § 1. 




■■ §35 . 


. S. 1904, 164. 


" §2 . 


. S. 1910, 424, § 1. 




" §§36-55 


. G. L. 276, §§ 37-56. 


" §§3,4 


. G. L. 272, §§ 3, 4. 




" §56 . 


. S. 1912, 226. 


" §5 . 


. S. 1913, 469. 




" §57 . 


. G. L. 276, § 58. 


" §6 . 


. S. 1910, 424, § 2. 




" §58 . 


. G. L. 276, § 60. 


" §7 . 


. G. L. 272, § 11. 




§59 . 


. S. 1920, 584, § 3. 


" §§8,9 


. S. 1910,424, §§3,4. 




•• §§60,61 


. G. L. 276, §§ 62, 63. 


" §§ 10-15 


. G. L. 272, §§ 14-19. 




" §62 . 


. S. 1906, 180. 


" §16 . 


. S. 1905, 316. 




" §§ 63-65 


. G. L. 276, §§ 65-67. 


" §§ 17-19 


. G. L. 272, §§ 22-24. 




" §§66,67 


. S. 1918, 257, §§459,460. 


§20 . 


. Part S. 1913, 259; part R. 


" §68 . 


. G. L. 276, § 70. 




1904, 120. 




" §69 . 


. S. 1920, 584, § 5. 


" §§21,22 


. G. L. 272, §§ 30, 31. 




" §§70-76 


. G. L. 276, §§ 72-78. 


" §23 . 


. S. 1910, 367. 




" §77 . 


. S. 1906, 221. 


" §§ 24, 25 


. G. L. 272, §§33, 34. 




" §78 . 


. S. 1920, 584, § 7. 


" §26 . 


. G. L. 272, § 21. 




" §79 . 


. S. 1903, 236. 


" §§27-34 


. G. L. 272, §§ 35-42. 




" §80 . 


. G. L. 276, § 82. 


" §35 . 


. PartG. L. 272, §43; part S. 


" §81 . 


. S. 1905, 295. 




1906, 463, III, § 87. 




" §82 . 


. S. 1910, 275. 


§36 . 


. Part G. L. 272, § 44; part O. 


§83 . 


. G. L. 276, § 90. 


" §37 . 


. S. 1905, 384, §§1,2. 




" §84 . 


. S. 1911, 8. 


" §38 . 


. S. 1918, 257, § 451. 




" §85 . 


. . S. 1908, 465, § 3; R. 1908, 


§39 . 


. S. 1913, 620. 






465, § 6. 


" §40 . 


. S. 1908, 440; 1918, 257, 


§452. 


§86 . 


. S. 1908, 465, §§2,3; R. 1908, 


" §41 . 


. G. L. 272, § 50. 






465, § 6. 



DISPOSITION OF THE REVISED LAWS. 



clix 



c. 217, §§87, 8S 


. S. 1908, 465, § 2; R. 


1908, 


c. 222, § 8 . 


. G. L. 124, § 5. 




465, § 6 . 




" §9 . 


. Part G. L. 124, § 6; part S. 


§89 . 


. . S. 1908, 465, § 4; R. 


1908, 




190.5,211, § 1; partO. 




465, § 6. 




c. 223, §§ 1, 2 


. G. L. 125, §§ 11, 12. 


" §90 . 


. . S. 1908, 465, § 1; R. 
465, § 6. 


1908, 


" §3 . 


. PartG. L. 125, § 13; part S. 
1916,278; part 0. 


" §91 . 


. . S. 1910, 485. 




" §4 . 


. G. L. 125, §§2,4 


" §92 . 


. . S. 1910, 479. 




" §5 . 


. PartG. L. 125, § 3; part S. 


'■ §93 . 


. G. L. 276, § 94. 






1917, 18. 


§94 . 


. . S. 1906, 440. 




■■ §6 . 


. PartG. L. 125, §14; part 0. 


" §95 . 


. G. L. 276, § 96. 




" §7 . 


. G. L. 125, § 7. 


" §96 . 


. G. L. 276, § 85. 




" §8 . 


. Part G. L. 125, § 5; part S. 


" §97 . 


. G. L. 276, § 97. 






1917, 18. 


c. 218, §§ 1-37 


. G. L. 277, §§ 1-37. 




" §9 . 


. G. L. 125, § 10. 


" §§38-45 


. G. L. 277, §§ 39-46. 




" §10 . 


. R. 1918, 257, § 468. 


§§46-61 


. G. L. 277, §§ 57-72 




" §§11-16 


. G. L. 125, §§ 15-20. 


" §§62-67 


. G. L. 277, §§ 74-79. 




" §17 . 


. S. 1906, 242. 


" forms at end 




" §18 . 


. G. L. 125, § 8. 


of chapter. G. L. 277, forms at e 


nd of 


" § 19 . 


. Part G. L. 125, § 22; part S. 




chapter. 






1902, 454; 1910, 430, § 1; 


c. 219, §§ 1-6 


. G. L. 278, §§ 1-6. 






1918,228; 1919, 186; 234, 


" §7 . 


. S. 1909, 49. 






§ 1; 1920, 340; 353; part 


" §§ 8-10 


. G. L. 278, §§ 8-10. 






R. 1910, 430, § 2; 1911, 


" §§11,12 


. S. 1904, 257; R. 1909 
§ 107. 


504, 




542, § 2; 1914, 554. § 2; 
part O. 


" §§ 13-15 


. G. L. 278, §§ 11-13. 




" §§20,21 


. G. L. 125, §§ 23, 24. 


. " §16 . 


. S. 1909,504, § 104; R. 


1909, 


" §22 . 


. G. L. 125, §§ 2, 4. 




504, § 107. 




" §23 . 


. G. L. 125, § 3. 


" §§17,18 


. G. L. 278, §§ 13, 14. 




■■ §24 . 


. Part G. L. 125, § 26; part O. 


" §19 . 


. S. 1918, 257, § 461. 




■• §25 . 


. Part G. L. 125, § 5; part S. 


■' §§20,21 


. G. L. 278, §§ 16, 17. 






1917, 18. 


§22 . 


. S. 1905, 319. 




" §26 . 


. G. L. 125, § 27. 


§23 . 


. G. L. 278, § 19. 




" §27 . 


. PartG. L. 125, §29; part S. 


" §§24,25 


. S. 1918, 257, §§462, 463. 




1908, 426; 1910, 430, § 1; 


" §26 . 


. G. L. 278, § 22. 






1911, 542, § 1; 1914, 554, 


" §27. 


. G. L. 278, § 24. 






§1; 1918, 228; 1919,234, 


§28 . 


. S. 1909, 381. 






§ 1; 1920, 343; 353, § 1; 


§§ 29-38 


. G. L. 278, §§ 25-34. 






part R. 1910, 430, § 1; 


c. 220, § 1 . 


. S. 1905, 338. 






1911, 542, § 2; 1914, 554, 


'■ §§2,3 


. G. L. 279, §§ 3, 4. 






§2. 


" §4 . 


. S. 1902, 544, § 34. 




§28 . 


. G. L. 125, § 30. 


" §§5,6 


. G. L. 279, §§ 6, 7. 




§29 . 


. S. 1912, 380, § 1. 


" §7 . 


. S. 1911, 179. 




" §30 . 


. Part G. L. 125, §§ 2, 4; 


'■ §§8-14 


. G. L. 279, §§ 9-15. 






part 0. 


" §15 . 


. Parte. L. 279, § 16; part 0. 


" §31 . 


. S. 1918, 257, § 472. 


" §16 . 


. S. 1904, 224. 




" §§ 32-34 


. G. L. 125, §§ 32-34. 


" §§ 17, 18 


. G. L. 279, §§21, 22. 




" §35 . . 


. Part G. L. 125, § 5; part S. 


" §19 . 


. S. 1918, 257, § 464. 






1917, 18. 


" §20 . 


. G. L. 279, § 24. 




" §36 . . 


. G. L. 125, § 35. 


" §21 . 


. -S. 1904, 303. 




•' §37 . . 


. R. 1904, 205. 


" §§22-26 


. G. L. 279, §§ 26-30. 




" §38 . . 


. G. L. 125, § 37. 


" §27 . 


. S. 1908, 232. 




" §39 . . 


. Part G. L. 125, § 38; part S. 


" §28 . 


. G. L. 279, § 32. 






1909, 303; 1912, 380, §2; 


§29 . 


. S. 1907, 252. 






1913, 675; 1919, 233, § 1; 


" §30 . 


. G. L. 27S, § 34. 






part R. 1912, 380, § 3;, 


" §31 . 


. S. 1914, 310. 






1919, 233, § 2. 


§§32-44 


. G. L. 279, §§ 38-50. 




" §40 . . 


. G. L. 125, § 54. 


" §45 . 


. G. L. 279, § 52. 




§§41-45 


. G. L. 125, §§ 49-53. 


c. 221, § 1 . 


. G. L. 280, § 1. 




" §46 . . 


. Part G. L. 125, § 54; part 0. 


" §2 . 


. S. 1911, 250, §§ 1, 2. 




c. 224, §§ 1-15 . 


. G. L. 126, §§ 1-15. 


" §§3-9 


. G. L. 280, §§ 3-9. 




" §16 . . 


. S. 1914, 34. 


§§10,11 


. S. 1918,257, §§466, 46 


7. 


" §17 . . 


. PartG. L. 126, §17; part O. 


" §§ 12-16 


. G. L. 280, §§ 12-16. 




" §§ 18, 19 


. G. L. 126, §§ IS, 19. 


c. 222, § 1 . 


. Part G. L. 27, § 6; part S. 


§20 . . 


. S. 1909, 514, § 55; R. 1909, 




1913, 829, §3; 1916 


241, 




514, § 145. 




§§1-3; partR. 1913 


829, 


§§ 21-29 


. G. L. 126. §§21-29. 




§8. 




" §30 . . 


. S. 1912, 77. 


" §2 . 


. R. 1916, 241, § 9. 




" §§31,32 


. G. L. 126, §§ 33, 34. 


" §3 . 


. G. L. 124, § 1. 




" §33 . . 


. O. 


" §4 . 


. S. 1916, 241, §§7,8; R, 


1916, 


'• §§34-37 


. R. 1904, 211. 




241, § 9. 




c. 225, §§1-9 . 


. G. L. 127, §§ 2-10. 


" §5 . 


. R. 1914, 526; 1916, 241 


, §9. 


" §10 . . 


. S. 1904, 214. 


" §§6,7 


. G. L. 124, §§ 8, 9. 




" §11 . . 


. PartG. L. 127, §12; part O. 



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DISPOSITION OF STATUTES SINCE THE REVISED LAWS. 



c 


225, §§ 12-14 


. G. L. 127, §§ 13-15. 




c. 225, § 90 . 




G. L. 127, § 104. 




" §15 . . 


. S. 1918, 257, § 475. 




" §§91,9 


2 


G. L. 127, §§ 105, 106. 




" §§ 16, 17 


. G. L. 127, §§ 21, 22. 




" §93 . 




G. L. 127, § 102. 




" §18 . . 


. S. 1904, 241. 




" §§94,95 . 


G. L. 127, §§ 107, 108. 




" §§ 19-25 


. G. L. 127, §§ 27-33. 




•• §96 . 




S. 1905. 240. 




" §26 . . 


. G. L. 127, § 48. 




" §97 . 




G. L. 127, § 111. 




" §27 . . 


. G. L. 127, § 34. 




" §98 . 




S. 1906. 302, § 2. 




" §28 . . 


. S. 1903, 207. 




§99 . 




G. L. 127, § 113. 




§29 . . 


. S. 1905, 244. 




" § 100 




S. 1906, 302, §§1,3. 




" §§30-33 


. G.L. 127, §§35-38. 




§ 101 




S. 1906, 472; R. 1909, 504, 




" §§34-36 


. G. L. 127, §§ 40-42. 








§107. 




■• §37 . . 


. R. 1911, 193. 




•• § 102 




S. 1909, 504. § 106; R. 1909, 




■• §§38-42 


. G. L. 127, §§ 43-47. 








504, § 107. 




" §§43,44 


. G. L. 127, §§ 51, 52. 




" § 103 




S. 1909, 504, §§ 105, 106; 




" §45 . . 


. S. 1912, 565, § 1. 








R. 1909, 504, § 107. 




" §§46-50 


. G. L. 127, §§ 61-65. 




" § 104 




G. L. 127, § 116. 




•■ §51 . . 


. S. 1903, 213. 




" §§105- 


107 . 


G. L. 127, §§ 120-122. 




" §§52,53 


. Part G. L. 127, §§ 


67, 68; 


" §10S 




S. 1903, 354. 






part 0. 




" §§ 109, 


110 . 


G. L. 127, §§ 124, 125. 




" §54 . . 


. Part G. L. 127, §§ 


57, 69; 


" §111 




PartG.L. 127, §126; part 0. 






part S. 1910, 414, 


§§2,5. 


" §112 




S. 1919, 105. 




§55 . . 


. Part S. 1910, 414, 
1910,414, §6. 


5 4; R. 


" §113 




Part G. L. 127, §§ 128, 130; 
part S. 1913, 829, § 3. 




§56 . . 


. S. 1914, 669. 




" §114 




S. 1911,451, § 1. 




" §§57-62 


. G. L. 127. §§ 72-77. 




" §§115, 


116 . 


G. L. 127. §§ 133, 134. 




" §§ 63, 64 


. O. 




" §117 




S. 1906, 244. 




" §65 . . 


. S. 1916, 183. 




'■ §118 




Part G. L. 127, § 136; p.art S. 




" §66 . . 


. S. 1904, 243, § 1; R. 1904, 






1903, 209, § 5; part O. 






243, § 5. 




" §§119, 


120 


S. 1909, 1.32, §§ 1, 2. 




" §67 . . 


. G. L. 125, §§ 41, 54. 




•• §121 




S. 1902, 227. 




" §68 . . 


. G. L. 127, § 78. 




•■ § 122 




0. 




" §§69-71 


. G. L. 127, §§ 85-87. 




§ 123 




Part G. L. 127, § 143 ; part 0. 




" §72 . . 


. S. 1904, 363, § 1. 




" § 124 




S. 1916, 3. 




" §73 . . 


. G. L. 127, § 89. 




■' § 125 




G. L. 127, § 145. 




" §74 . . 


. S. 1917, 248, § 1; R. 1917, 


§126 




Part G. L. 127, § 146 ; part O. 






248, § 2. 




" §127 




G. L. 127, § 147. 




" §§ 75-80 


. G. L. 127, §§ 92-97. 




•• § 128 




S. 1908, 251. 




" §81 . . 


. S. 1915, 184. 




•■ § 129 




S. 1903, 452. 




" §82 . . 


. PartG. L. 127, §110 


partO. 


" §§ 130-132 


G. L. 127, §§ 150-152. 




" §§83,84 


. G. L. 127, §§ 99, IOC 


. 


•• §§ 133- 


135 


G. L. 127, §§ 155-157. 




" §85 . . 


. PartG.L. 127, §101 


part O. 


" § 136 




S. 1903, 212. 




§86 . . 


. G. L. 127, § 111. 




" § 137 




S. 1905, 235. 




" §87 . . 


. Part G. L. 127, § 112; part 


§§ 138-140 


G. L. 127, §§ 161-163. 






S. 1915, 113. § 2; 


part R. 


§ 141 




Part G. L. 127, § 164; part 






1915, 113, § 2. 








O. 




■' §88 . . 


. S. & R. 1915, 113, § 


2. 


" §142 




G. L. 127, § 165. 




§89 . . 


. Part G. L. 127, §§ 103, 115; 


c. 226, §§ 1-7 




G. L. 281, §§ 1-7. 






parts. 1909,312; 


partO. 


•■ §8 . 




G. L. 281, § 9. 



IV. 

SPECIFIC DISPOSITION OF GENERAL PROVISIONS OF LAW ENACTED SINCE 
THE REVISED LAWS. 



EXPLANATIONS. 



G. L. means General Laws. S. means Superseded by. R. means Repealed by. O. means Omitted. 

The time for the taking effect of 1918, 257, and 1919, 333, was postponed until February 1, 1921, 
before which time the General Laws became effective. (See 1919. 5. and 1920, 2.) The substantive 
changes made by 1918, 257, and 1919, 333, however, appear In the General Laws, and provisions of law 
repealed by them are omitted from the General Laws, and appear as repealed in this table. 



1902, 57, § 1 



57, §2 
57, §3 



Part G. L. 132, §§ 25, 26; 

part S. 1914, 404. 
R. 1905, 381, § 10. 
S. 1905, 381, § 11. 



1902, 77 
" 90 



Part S. 1919, 350, § 125; part 

O. 
Part S. 1903, 279, § 5 ; R. 1903, 

279, §16; 1907,560, § 456. 



DISPOSITION OF STATUTES SINCE THE REVISED LAWS. 



clxi 



1902, 91 
" 101 



109, § 1 



109, 


§2 


110 




112 




113 




115 




116, 


§1 


116, 


§2 


116, 


§3 


116, 


§4 


127, 


§1 


127, 

1 Q7 


§2 


lOi 

138 




142, 


§i 


142, 


§2 


142, 


§3 


154 




157 





1.59 . 

160 . 

161 . 
165 . 

169, § 1 
169, § 2 
169, §§3,4 

171 . 

177 . 

178 . 
183 . 

186 . 
187, § 1 
187, § 2 
187, § 3 
187, § 4 
187, § 5 
189 . 
190, § 1 
190, § 2 

192, § 1 
192, § 2 

192, § 3 
192, §4 
196 . 

205 . 

206, § 1 
206, § 2 
213, §§1 

225 . 

226 . 

227 . 

228 . 



S. 1909, 490, I, § 83. 

S. 1918, 257, § 187, subs. 3; 

R. 1918, 257, § 187, subs. 

46. 
S. 1907, 576, § 15; R. 1907, 

576, § 122. 
S. 1906, 171, §§ 1,2;R. 1906, 

171, § 3. 
Part G. L. 40, § 5, cl. 27; 

part S. 1907, 311. 
S. 1907, 311. 
O. 

S. 1909, 490, I, § 17. 
S. 1909,440, §2; 490, I, § 15. 
S. 1911, 397. 

o. 

S. 1912, 60S, §§ 1, 2. 

S. 1912, 608, § 3. 

S. 1916, 49. 

S. 1907, 250, § 2. 

G. L. 131, § 20. 

S. 1906, 314, § 2. 

R. 1918, 33. 

O. 

S. 1903, 365, § 1; R. 1904, 

433, § 3. 
R. 1904, 433, § 3. 
S. 1905, 245. 
S. 1903, 454, §9; 1907, 560, 

§ 200. 
S. 1905, 465, § 87; R. 1905, 

465, § 194. 
G. L. 94. § 238. 
G. L. 191, § 11. 
Part G. L. 218, § 1; part O. 
8. 1905, 406; R. 1906, 303. 

§2. 
S. 1908, 590, § 29. 
S. 1908, 590, § 37. 
S. 1908, 590, §§ 19, 20; R. 

1908, 590, § 69. 
S. 1905, 206, § 1. 
S. 1903, 120, § 1; 1905. 149, 

§1; partR. 1903, 120, §2. 
G. L. 130, § 11. 
S. 1909, 514, § 66; R. 1909, 

514, § 145. 
Part G. L. 218, § 1; part 0. 
S. 1910, 554, § 1. 
S. 1910, 193. 
S. 1910, 554, § 2. 
G. L. 140, § 202. 
G. L. 140, §§ 54, 202. 
S. 1909, 258. 
G. L. Ill, § 181. 
S. 1902, 644, § 10; R. 1902, 

544, § 35. 
O. 
Part G. L. 6, §§ 22, 24; part 

S. 1904, 381, § 1; part O. 
S. 1904, 381, § 8. 
S. 1903, 420, § 1. 
S. 1908, 465, § 3; R. 1908, 

465, § 6. 
S. 1917,344, V, §§ 7, 8; R. 

1917, 344, VIII, § 1. 
S. 1906, 365, § 4. 
S. 1906, 365, § 2. 
S. 1907,386, §§ 1, 2. 
S. 1902, 492. 
S. 1904, 127. 
S. 1912, 158. 
R. 1914, 742, § 199. 



1902, 228, § 1 
228, § 2 
228, §§3,4 
228, § 5 

228, § 6 

228, § 7 
230 . 
236, § 1 



251 
253 
256 
264 



272 

286 

288 

289 
292 
297 



298, § 1 

298, § 2 

299 
307, §§ 1-13 
.307, § 14 
307, § 15 

308 . 

309 . 

310, § 1 

311, §1 
311, §2 



311, §§3,4 

312, §2 

314 . 

315 . 
315, § 1 
315, §§2 
315, §4 
315, §5 
320 . 
321 

322 . 

324 . 
327 . 
336 . 

340 . 
340, § 1 
340, § 2 
340, § 3 
342, § 1 
342, § 2 
342, § 3 



342, § 4 . 



S. 1914, 742, § 133. 

S. 1914, 742, § 174. 

S. 1909, 483, §§ 5, 6. 

S. 1909, 318, § 1; 483, § 8; 

part R. 1909, 318, § 2. 
S. 1907,54, §2; R. 1907, 54. 

§3. 
S. 1914, 742, § 179. 
S. 1913, 622. 
G. L. 131, § 77. 
G. L. 207, § 58. 
S. 1904,381, §§17, IS; 1913, 

323. 
S. 1904, 381, § 3. 
S. 1912, 382. 
S. 1913, 779, § 5. 
Part S. 1907, 560, § 15; part 

Special. 
S. 1918, 189, § 1; R. 1918, 

189, § 2. 
G. L. Ill, §25. 
S. 1910, 90. 
S. 1906, 463, III, § 38; R. 

1906, 463, III, § 158. 
G. L. 183, § 30. 
S. 1904, 381, § 17. 
S. 1916, 201, § 1; R. 1916, 

201, §2. 
S. 1906,463, I, §§30,32; R. 

1906, 463, I, § 6S. 
S. 1906,463,1, §§31,32; R. 

1906, 463, I, § 68. 
S. 1904, 453, § 1 (Class H). 
Special. 
G. L. 92, § 10. 
Special. 
S. 1915, 6. 
G. L. 218, § 6. 
G. L. 207, § 17. 
Special. 
Part G. L. 66, § 17; part 

O. 
G. L. 66, § 17. 
S. 1903, 220, § 2. 
S. 1906, 413, § 3. 
R. 1903, 473, § 15. 
S. 1903, 473, § 8. 
S. 1903, 473, §§ 7, 8. 
S. 1903, 473, § 13. 
S. 1903, 473, § 9. 
S. 1904, 453, § 1 (Class H). 
S. 1918, 257, § 290. 
S. 1909, 514, § 78; R. 1909. 

514, § 145. 
G. L. 208, § 32. 
S. 1908, 525, § 3. 
S. 1904, 439; R. 1905, 465. 

§194. 
R. 1907, 576, § 122. 
S. 1907, 576, § 34, cl. 6. 
S. 1907, 576, § 85. 
S. 1907, 576, § 34, cl. /. 
S. 1909, 490, I. § 23, cl. 10. 
S. 1909, 490, III, § 40. 
Amended 1909, 267, § 2; S. 

1903,437, §72; 1906,463, 

II, § 212, III, § 126; 516, 

§ 15; 1907, 395; 1909, 439, 

§ 2; 490, III, §41. 
S. 1903,437, §73; 1906,463, 

II, § 213, III, § 127; 516, 
§ 16; 1909, 439, § 3; 490, 

III, § 42. 



chii 


DISPOSITION OF STATUTES 


SINCE THE REVIS 


1902, 342, 


§5 . 


S. 1903,437, §76; 1906, 463, 
II, § 215, III, § 129; 516. 


1902, 436 








§ 19; 1909, 439, § 4; 490. 


" 437, 


§1 . . 






III. § 45. 


" 438, 


§1 • • 


" 346 




R. 1907, 560. § 456. 






" 346, 


§i .' 


S. 1907, 560, § 359. 


" 438, 


52 . . 


" 346, 


§3 . 


S. 1907, 660, § 359. 


" 438, 


§3 . . 


" 348 




S. 1902, 512; R. 1907, 560, 


" 438, 


§4 . . 






§456. 


" 438, 


§5 . . 


" 349 




S. 1909, 490, II, § 81. 


" 438, 


§6 . . 


" 350 




R. 1909, 514, § 145. 






" 350, 


§§1-3 


S. 1909, 514, § 74. 


" 440 




" 355, 


§1 . 


G. L. 172, § 45. 


" 440, 


§i '■ '■ 


" 355, 


§2 . 


S. 1908, 520, § 15. 


" 440, 


§2 . . 


•' 356 




S. 1904, 453, § 1 (Class F). 


" 440, 


§3 . . 


" 358 




S. 1904, 451, § 3. 


" 440, 


§4 . . 


" 359 




S. 1912, 561. 


" 440, 


§6 . . 


" 360 




S. 1904, 453, § 1 (Class F). 


" 440, 


§7 . . 


" 361 




G. L. 40, § 40. 


" 441, 


§1 . . 


" 364 




Part G. L. 9, § 2; part S. 
1908, 561 ; 1920, 620. § 1 ; 
part R. 1913, 721. 






" 368 




S. 1906, 355, § 2. 






" 370, 


§i ' 


S. 1906, 463, III, § 103; R. 
1906, 463, III, § 158. 






" 371, 


§1 . 


G. L. 215, §5. 


" 441, 


§2 . . 


" 371, 


§§2-4 


G. L. 205, § 2. 






" 374, 


§§1.2 


S. 1909, 490, HI, § 10. 






" 374. 


§3 . 


S. 1909, 490, I, § 7. 






'• 378 




S. 1904, 453, § 1 (Class G). 






" 383 




S. 1903, 472, § 2. 






" 384 




S. 1904, 334; R. 1909, 514, 
§ 145. 


" 443 




" 389 




G. L. 114, § 18. 


" 444 




'■ 391, 


§i ' 


G. L. 92, § 15. 


" 446 




" 391, 


§2 . 


Temporary. 






" 395 




S. 1906, 463, III, § 7; R. 
1906, 463, III, § 158. 


" 449 
" 449, 


§1 ' ' 


" 396 




S. 1906, 463, III, § 7; R. 
1906, 463, III, § 158. 


" 449, 
" 450 


§§2-4 . 


" 397 




S. 1912, 489, § 1; R. 1912, 










489. § 2. 


•■ 453, 


§1 . . 


" 399 




S. 1906,463, III, §§7,64,65; 


" 453, 


§2 . . 






R. 1906, 463, III, § 158. 


" 453, 


§3 . . 


" 402 




S. 1906, 417; 463, I, § 2; R. 
1906, 463, I, § 68. 


" 453, 
■' 454 


§4 . . 


" 403 




G. L. Ill, §37. 


" 455 




" 406 




S. 1913, 435. 


■■ 456 




" 411 




S. 1902, 544, § 4; R. 1902, 
544, § 35. 


" 457 
" 458 




" 412 




G. L. 217, § 33. 


" 459 




" 413 




Part S. 1919, 150. § 2; part 
O. 


" 462 
" 463 




" 414 




S. 1908, 126, § 1. 






" 416, 


§§1.2 


S. 1920, 527, §§1,2. 


" 470 




" 416, 


§3 . 


Part G. L. 218, §§ 6, 8; part 
S. 1904, 453, § 1. 


" 471 




" 416, 


§4 . 


O. 


" 473 




" 416, 


§5 . 


Temporary. 






" 417 




G. L. 113, § 5. 


" 474 




'• 422 




G. L. 36, § 31. 


" 477, 


§1 ! ; 


" 423 




S. 1905, 193. 






" 430 




S. 1904, 335, § 2; R. 1904, 
335, § 3. 


" 477, 


§2 . . 


" 432, 


§1 . 


S. 1906,463,1, §1; R. 1906, 


" 478 








463, I, § 68. 


" 483, 


§§1-3 '. 


" 432, 


§2 . 


S. 1904, 429, § 1; R. 1906, 
463, I, § 68. 


" 490 




" 433 




S. 1906, 200, § 1; 1911, 537; 
1918, 198, § 2; R. 1906, 
200, §2; 1918, 198, §8. 


" 492 




" 435 




S. 1908, 645; R. 1909, 514, 
§ 145. 


" 493 





Part G. L. 37, § 21; part S. 

1913, 637; part O. 
S. 1920, 515, § 1. 
S. 1912, 719, § 10; 1916, 296, 

§ 1.; R. 1916, 296, § 9. 
G. L. 7, § 9. 
G. L. 30, § 35. 
G. L. 7, § 9. 
G. L. 29, § 28. 
S. 1916, 296, § 5; R. 1916, 

296, § 9. 
R. 1906, 463, I, § 68. 
S. 1906, 463, I, § 29. 
S. 1906, 463, I, § 34. 
S. 1905, 408, § 2. 
S. 1906, 463, I, § 39. 
S. 1906, 463, I, § 43. 
S. 1906, 463, I, § 35. 
PartG. L. 155. § IS; part S. 

1903, 437, §§ 26, 27, 40; 

1913, 764, § 1; 1914, 742, 

§§ 5, 30; 1915, 299, § 1; 

part R. 1903, 437, § 95; 

1913, 764, § 5; 1914, 742, 

§ 199; 1915, 299, §4. 
PartG. L. 155, § 19; part S. 

1903,437, §27; 1913,764, 

§3; 1914,742, §30; 1915, 

299, §2; part R. 1903, 437, 

§95; 1913,764, §5; 1914, 

742, § 199; 1915. 299, § 4. 
S. 1905, 325, § 2; 1909, 490. 

II, §61. 
O. 
S. 1904, 313, § 1; R. 1909, 

514, § 145. 
R. 1906, 463, III, § 158. 
S. 1906, 218. 

S. 1906,463, III. §§ 61-63. 
S. 1906, 427; R. 1909, 514, 

§ 145. 
S. 1918, 257, § 235. 
S. 1908, 304. 
S. 1910. 219. § 2. 
G. L. 94, § 248. 
G. L. 125, § 22. 
G. L. 218, § 1. 
G. L. 212, § 14. 
S. 1907,534. §§2,3. 
S. 1910, 560, § 1. 
R. 1918, 257, § 228. 
S. 1904. 451, § 1. 
S. 1906, 347, § 3; R. 1906, 

347, § 5. 
R. 1918, 16. 
S. 1905, 157, § 3; R. 1905, 

157, § 5. 
S. 1903, 276; R. 1907, 563, 

§26. 
S. 1904, 163. 
S. 1918, 95, § 2; R. 1920, 

551, § 12. 
S. 1920, 551, § 6; R. 1920, 

551, § 12. 
G. L. 189, § 6. 
S. 1906, 463, III, §§147-149; 

R. 1906. 463, III, § 158. 
S. 1906,204, §§1,2;R. 1906, 

204, § 5. 
S. 1907, 560, § 93; R. 1907, 

560, § 456. 
S. 1905, 465, § ISO; R. 1905, 

465, § 194. 



DISPOSITION OF STATUTES SINCE THE REVISED LAWS. 



clxiii 



1902, 495 . 

" 495, § 1 

" 495, § 2 

" 495, § 3 

" 495, § 5 

" 495, § 6 

" 499 . 

" 50.3 . 

" 505, § 1 

" 505, § 2 

" 505, §3 

" 505, § 4 

" 505, §§ 5, 6 

" 506 . . 



513 




523, 


§1 


524 




530 




531 




533 




533, 


§1 


533, 


§2 


533, 


§3 


537 




537, 


§1 


537, 


§2 


537. 


§3 


537, 


§4 


539 




540 




542 




544, 


§1 


544, 


§2 


544, 


§3 


544, 


§4 


544, 


§5 


544, 


§6 


544, 


§7 


544, 


§8 


544, 


§9 


544, 


§10 


544, 


§11 


544, 


§12 


544, 


§13 



544, § 14 
544, §§ 15-19 
544, § 20 
544, § 21 
544, § 22 
544,, § 23 
544, § 24 
544, § 25 
544, § 26 

544, § 27 
544, § 29 



R. 1909, 444, § 17. 

S. 1907, 321, § 1; 1909, 444, 

§1. 
S. 1909, 444, § 2. 
S. 1909, 444, § 4. 
S. 1907, 321, I 2. 
S. 1909, 444, § 15. 
S. 1904, 451, § 3. 
S. 1917, 344, III, § 11; R. 

1917, 344, VIII, § 1. 
G. L. 13, § 11. 
S. 1907, 399. 
S. 1903, 228. 
Part G. L. 13, §§ 11, 24; 

parts. 1915,301, §3. 
O. 
S. 1907, 560, § 109; R. 1907, 

560, § 456. 
S. 1907, 560, § CO; R. 1907, 

560, § 456. 
S. 1904, 451, § 3. 
S. 1906, 109, § 1; 1908, 497; 

1919,25, §2; R. 1906,109, 

§ 2; 1919, 25, § 3. 
G. L. 180, § 27. 
S. 1905, 157, § 2; R. 1905, 

157, § 5. 
S. 1906, 151. 
R. 1906, 463, I, § 68. 
S. 1906, 463, I, § 23. 
S. 1906, 463, I, § 25. 
S. 1906, 463, I, § 26. 
R. 1907, 560, § 456. 
S. 1903, 425. 

S. 1907, 560, §§ 170, 177. 
S. 1907, 560, § 172. 
S. 1907, 560, § 167. 
Part G. L. 98, § 32; part S. 

1917, 125, § 1; part R. 

1909, 310, § 1. 
G. L. 94, § 11. 
S. 1909, 504, § 15; R. 1909. 

504, § 107. 
G. L. 3, § 28. 
S. 1907, 560, § 308; R. 1907, 

560, § 456. 
G. L. 31, §47; 40, §8. 
Part G. L. 34, § 7; part 

S. 1904, 451, I 1; 1911, 

162. 
S. 1918, 257, § 143. 
S. 1918, 291, § 1. 
Part G. L. 45, § 2; part O. 
G. L. 46, § 21. 
PartG. L. 101, §§8, 9; part 

S. 1918, 257, § 256. 
Part G. L. 1 1 1 , § 183 ; part O. 
S. 1905, 190. 
G. L. 147, § 8. 
S. 1906, 463, II, § 193; R. 

1906, 463, II, § 258. 
S. 1903, 241. 
R. 1903, 241, § 3. 
R. 1904, 206, § 2. 
S. 1914, 385. 
S. 1904, 302. 
S. 1910, 531, § 2. 
R. 1917, 326, § 2. 
G. L. 216, § 2. 
S. 1917, 279, § 28; R. 1917, 

279, § 40. 
G. L. 249, § 4. 
G. L. 266, § 73. 



1902, 544, § 30 
" 544. §§ 31 



544, § 33 
544, § 34 
Res. 65 

54, §§1,2 

54, §3 

54, §§4,5 

95, §1 

95, §2 

96 . 

97 . 
100 . 
116 . 
120, § 1 
122 . 

§1 

§§2,3 
§4 
§5 



§7 
§9 
§10 



137 . 

143 . 

147, § 1 

147, §2 
150 
151, § 



158 
161 
162 



171 
173 



177 
179 
188 

195 

202 

203 
206 



207 . 
209, § 1 
209, §§2,3 
209, § 4 
209, § 5 

212 . 



213 . 

214, §1 



Part G. L. 266, § 114; part 

S. 1915, 145, § 11. 
S. 1915, 145, § 12; R. 1915, 

145, § 13. 
G. L. 266, § 117. 
G. L. 279, § 5. 
G. L. 73, § 6. 
S. 1915, 107, §§ 1,2. 
S. 1919, 109. 
O. 

S. 1912, 623, §§ 14, 16. 
S. 1912, 623, § 17. 
S. 1905, 127. 
S. 1909, 197. 
S. 1904, 283, § 1. 
G. L. 40, § 5, subs. 12. 
S. 1905, 149, § 1. 
R. 1912, 527, § 15. 
S. 1912. 527. §§ 2, 3. 
S. 1912. 527. § 1. 
S. 1912. 527, § 12. 
S. 1912, 527. § 9. 
S. 1912. 527. §§ 11. 12. 
S. 1912, 527, § 13. 
S. 1912, 527, § 1. 
S. 1904, 332. 
S. 1906, 463, III, § 90; R. 

1906, 463, III, § 158. 
Part G. L. 221, § 4; part S. 

1904, 451, § 3. 
S. 1905, 376, § 1; R. 1906, 

463, III, § 158. 
S. 1912, 623, § 10; R. 1912. 

623, § 45. 
R. 1912, 623, § 45. 
S. 1918, 257, §§ 188, 189. 
S. 1905, 465, § 64; R. 1905, 

465, § 194. 
S. 1909,440, §§ 2, 3; 490, I, 

§41. 

o. 

S. 1909, 490, I, § 10. 

S. 1905, 414; R. 1910, 472, 

§2. 
S. 1914,742, § 161; R. 1914, 

742, § 199. 
Part G. L. 74, § 51 ; part O. 
S. 1904, 265; R. 1906, 463, 

I, § 68. 
S. 1907, 576, § 46; R. 1907, 

576, § 122. 
G. L. 66, § 18. 
S. 1907, 323. 
S. 1920, 380, § 1; R. 1920, 

380, § 3. 
S. & R. 1918, 257, § 1. 
S. 1904, 441; R. 1906, 463, 

III. § 158. 
S. 1912. 623. § 35. 
S. 1908, 441, §§ 1-3; R. 1908, 

441, § 4. 
G. L. 127, § 49. 
G. L. 279, § 17. 
S. 1907, 251, § 2. 
S. 1918, 257, § 475. 
Part G. L. 127, §§ 136, 148; 

part O. 
Part G. L. 27, § 4; 127. 

§§ 158. 160; part S. 1919. 

266. § 1. 
G. L. 127, § 66. 
Part G. L. 218, § 1; part 

Special. 



clxiv 



DISPOSITION OF STATUTES SINCE THE REVISED LAWS. 



214, 


§2 . 


Part G. L. 218, §§ 6, 8, 74; 
part S. 1904, 453, § 1; 
part O. 


214, 


§3 . 


O. 


219 




S. 1905, 289, § 2. 


220, 


§1 ". 


S. 1909, 471 ; 476. 


220, 


§2 . 


S. 1908, 329, § 6. 


222 




Part G. L. 204, §§ 16-18; 
part S. 1907, 447; 1918, 
257, § 399. 


223 




S. 1907, 576, § 11; R. 1907, 
576, § 122. 


226, 


§§1.2 


S. 1912,3, §§ 1, 2; R. 1912, 
3, §6. 


226, 


§3 . 


R. 1905, 169. 


227 




G. L. 177, § 19. 


228 




S. 1915, 301, § 3. 


229, 


§1 " 


G. L. 30, § 24. 


231 




Part G. L. 121, § 10; part O. 


233 




G. L. 122, § 16. 


236, 


§i '. 


S. 1920, 584, § 8. 


236, 


§2 . 


O. 


237 




S. 1906, 117. 


241, 


§1 ' 


S. 1906, 224, § 1. 


241, 


§2 . 


G. L. 200, § 13. 


242, 


§1 ■ 


Part G. L. 92, § 1 ; part O. 


242, 


§§2-7 


Special. 


243 




R. 1917, 344, VIII, § 1. 


243, 


§1 '■ 


S. 1917, 344, II, § 30. 


244, 


§1 . 


G. L. 131, § 28. 


244, 


§2 . 


G. L. 131, §§ 28, 89. 


245 




S. 1905, 419. 


246 




S. 1913, 439. 


247 




S. 1905, 465, § 145; R. 1905, 
465, § 194. 


248 




S. 1907, 563, §§ 4, 21; part 
R. 1907, 563, § 26. 


249, 


§1 . 


S. 1906, 503, § 1. 


249, 


§2 . 


G. L. 13, §27; 112, §54. 


249, 


§3 . 


Part G. L. 112, § 55; part 
Temporary. 


249, 


§4 . 


S. 1906, 503, § 2. 


249, 


§5 . 


S. 1911, 199. 


249, 


§6 . 


G. L. 112, § 57. 


249, 


§7 . 


S. 1914, 750. 


249, 


§§8,9 


S. 1907, 314, §§ 1, 2. 


251 




S. 1907, 563, § 7; part R. 
1907, 563, § 26. 


253 




S. 1911,90. 


255 




S. 1914, 742, § 100; R. 1914, 
742, § 199. 


256 




S. 1919, 112, § 1; R. 1919, 
112, § 2. 


260, 


§1 . 


S. 1905, 124, § 1. 


260, 


§2 . 


G. L. 194, § 9. 


274 




S. 1907, 306; R. 1911, 285, 
§2. 


275, 


§1 . 


S. 1904, 335, § 1; R. 1904, 
335, § 3. 


275, 


§2 . 


S. 1904, 335, § 1; R. 1904, 
335, § 3. 


276 




S. 1907,56,3, §§5, 7; part R. 
1907, 563, § 26. 


279 




R. 1907, 560, § 456. 


279, 


§§1-5 


S. 1904, 245, §§ 2-6. 


279, 


§6 . 


S. 1907, 560, § 75. 


279, 


§7 . 


R. 1904, 245, § 7. 


279, 


§§8,9 


S. 1907, 560, §§ 76, 77. 


279, 


§10 . 


S. 1903, 474, § 1; R. 1903, 
474, § 13. 


279, 


§§ 11, 12 S. 1907, 560, §§ 396, 397. 


279, 


§13 . 


S. 1905, 318, § 1. 


279, 


§§ 14, 15 S. 1907, 560, §§ 419, 420. 



1903, 279, § 16 

279, § 17 

279, § 19 

283, § 1 

283, § 2 

287 . 

291 . 

294 . 

297 . 



299 




305 




306 




307 




308 




318 




320 




320, 


§1 


320, 


§2 


320, 


§3 


321 




322 




323 





329 . . 
3.30, §§ 1-3 
330, § 4 

332 . 

333 . 
3.34, § 1 
334, §§2-6 
.344 
354 



355 




357 




361 




365, 


§1 


365, 


§2 


365, 


§3 


365, 


§4 


367 




368 




368, 


§i 


36S, 


§2 


368, 


§3 


368, 


§4 


375 




377 




383, 


§1 


383, 


§2 


383, 


§3 


383, 


§4 


386 




387, 


§1 


390 




395, 


§1 


398, 


§1 


400 




402 




406 





S. 1907, 560, § 20. 

S. 1907, 560, § 16. 

S. 1907, 560, § 54. 

G. L. 3, § 33. 

G. L. 3, § 35. 

S. 1907, 250, 8 1. 

S. 1905, 211, § 1. 

S. 1904, 308. 

S. 1906, 463, 1, §62;R. 1906, 

463, I, § 68. 
G. L. 71, § 62. 
S. 1906, 415. 
G. L. Ill, § 102. 
S. 1909, 490, III, § 26. 
G. L. 77, § 9. 
S. 1907, 429, § 13; R. 1907, 

560, § 456. 
R. 1910, 63, § 2. 
S. 1909, 514, § 25. 
S. 1908, 228. 
S. 1909, 514, § 25. 
S. 1908, 613, § 1. 
G. L. 129, § 32. 
S. 1911, 60; 115, § 1; 1914, 

710, § 1; part R. 1911, 

115, §2. 
G. L. 131, §§ 22, 89. 
S. 1904, 220, §§ 1-3. 
S. J913, 779, § 11. 
S. 1909, 407. 
G. L. 147, § 9. 
S. 1909, 181. 
G. L. 119, §§43-47. 
G. L. 131, §90. 
Part G. L. 127, § 123; part S. 

1906, 324. 
S. 1912, 331. 
G. L. 12, § 2. 
G. L. 94, § 59. 
S. 1904, 433, § 1; R. 1904, 

433, § 3. 
S. 1904, 433, § 2. 
O. 
S. 1913, 610, § 1; R. 1913, 

610, § 6. 
S. 1917, 208, § 1; R. 1917, 

208, § 12. 
R. 1907, 560, § 456. 
S. 1907, 560, § 223. 
S. 1907, 560, §§ 223, 224. 
S. 1905, 313, § 1. 
S. 1907, 560, § 228. 
S. 1913,719, §§5, 6. 
S. 1905, 465, §31; R. 1905, 

465, § 194. 
G. L. 83, § 5; 92, § 9. 
G. L. 92, § 9. 
S. 1907, 464. 
G. L. 83, § 13; 92, § 9. 
G. L. 93, §41; 271, §30. 
Temporary. 
S. 1918, 189, § 1; R. 1918. 

189, § 2. 
S. 1905,157, §§1,2;R. 1905, 

157, § 5. 
S. 1913, 336, § 2; R. 1913, 

336, §§ 3, 4. 
S. 1905, 458, § 1; R. 1909, 

504, § 107. 
S. 1913, 82. 
S. 1914, 742, § 146; R. 1914, 

742, § 199. 
S. 1912, 438. 



DISPOSITION OF STATUTES SINCE THE REVISED LAWS. 



clxv 



1903, 408, 
" 408, 
" 410 

" 412, 
" 412, 



412, 
415 
420 

421 



§4 



423, § 1 



424 




425 




426, 


§1 . . 


426, 


§2 . . 


426, 


§3 . . 


430 




432 




437, 


§i .' .' 


437, 


§2 . . 



437, § 3 



437, 


§4 . . 


437, 


§5 . . 


437, 


56 . , 


437, 


§7 . . 


437, 


§8 . . 


437, 


§§9,10 . 


437, 


§11 . . 


437, 


§12 . . 


437, 


§13 . . 


437, 


§14 . . 


437, 


§15 . . 


437, 


§16 . . 


437, 


§17 . . 


437, 


§18 . . 


437, 


§19 . . 


437 


§20 . . 


437, 


§21 . . 


437, 


§§ 22, 23 


437, 


§24 . . 


437, 


§25 . . 


437, 


§26 . . 


437, 


§27 . . 


437, 


§28 . . 


437, 


§§ 29, 30 


437, 


§31 . . 


437 


§32 . . 


437 


§33 . . 


437. 


§34 . . 



S. 1911, 380, § 1. 

S. 1905, 209. 

S. 1909, 504, § 94; R. 1909, 

504, § 107. 
G. L. 218, § 1. 
Part G. L. 218, §§ 6, 8, 74; 

part S. 1904, 453, § 2; 

part O. 
Part G. L. 218, § 1; part 

Special. 
Temporary. 
G. L. 106, §§ 1, 2. 
Parts. 1904, 3IS1. §l;partO. 
S. 1907, 576, § 7; R. 1907, 

576, § 122. 
Part G. L. 155, §§ 45, 46; 

part S. 1903, 437, § 2S; 

1906, 463, II, § 41, III, 

§ 22; 1910, 171, §§ 1, 3; 

1914, 742, § 23; part R. 

1903, 437, § 95; 1906, 463, 
II, § 258, III, § 1.58; 1910, 
171, §24; 1914,742, §199. 

G. L. 9, § 18. 

S. 1907, 560, § 166; R. 1907, 

560, § 456. 
S. 1909, 188. 
O. 

G. L. 32, § 83. 
S. 1907, 560, § 19; R. 1907, 

560, § 456. 
R. 1907, 571, § 2. 
S. 1910, 385. 
Part G. L. 155, § 3; part S. 

1910, 353. 
Part G. L. 155, § 2; part S. 

1909, 490, III, § 2; 1918, 

257, § 345. 
G. L. 155, §6; 156, §4. 
S. 1918, 257, § 346. 
G. L. 155, §§ 13, 14. 
S. 1906, 286. 
Part G. L. 156, § 6; part S. 

1920, 349, § 1. 
S. 1918, 257, §§ 347, 348. 
G. L. 156, § 10. 
PartG. L. 156, § 12; part S. 

1918, 257. § 349. 
G. L. 156, § 13. 
S. 1918, 257, § 350. 
G. L. 156, §§ 18, 19. 
Part G. L. 156, § 20; part S. 

1918, 257, § 352. 
G. L. 156, § 21. 
S. 1918, 257, § 353; 1920, 

237, § 1. 
G. L. 156, §§ 25, 26. 
Part G. L. 156, § 28; part S. 

1904, 207. 

G. L. 155, § 15. 

G. L. 156, §§ 30, 31. 

S. 1912, 175. 

G. L. 156, § 27. 

S. 1916, 105. 

S. 1920, 349, § 3. 

Part G. L. 155, §§ 45, 46; 

part S. 1910, 171, §§ 1, 3; 

part R. 1910, 171, § 24. 
G. L. 155, §§ 21, 22. 
G. L. 156, § 34. 
G. L. 155, § 47. 
G. L. 156, § 35. 
S. 1911, 488, § 1. 



303, 437 


§35 . . 


•■ 437 


§36 . . 


" 437 


§37 . . 


" 437 


§38 . . 


■' 437 


§39 . . 


" 437 


§40 . 


" 437 


§41 . . 


" 437 


§§ 42-45 


•• 437 


§46 . . 


'■ 437 


§47 . . 


■' 437 


§48 . . 


" 437 


§49 . . 


" 437. 


§50 . . 


" 437, 


§51 . . 


" 437, 


§52 . . 


" 437, 


§53 . . 


•■ 437, 


§54 . . 


■• 437, 


§55 . . 


" 437, 


§56 . . 


" 437, 


§57 . . 


" 437, 


§58 . . 


•• 437, 


§59 . . 


" 437, 


§60 . . 


" 437, 


§61 . . 


" 437, 


§§ 62, 63 


" 437, 


§64 . . 


" 437, 


§65 . . 


" 437, 


§66 . . 


" 437, 


§67 . . 


" 437, 


§68 . . 


" 437, 


§69 . . 


■ 437, 


§70 . . 


' 437, 


§71 . . 


' 437, 


§72 . . 


• 437, 


§73 . . 


' 437, 


§74 . . 


• 437, 


§75 . . 


' 437, 


§76 . . 


' 437, 


§77 . . 


' 437, 


§78 . . 


' 437, 


§79 . . 


•■ 437, 


§80 . . 


" 437, 


§81 . . 


•■ 437, 


§§ 82-85 


•• 437, 


§86 . . 


" 437, 


§87 . . 


•■ 437. 


§§ 88, 89 


" 437, 


§§ 90, 91 


" 437, 


§92 . . 


' 437, 


§93 . . 


' 437, 


§94 . . 


■ 437, 


§96 . . 


' 450 




' 450, 


§1 ' '. 


■ 450, 


§2 . . 


' 450, 


§3 . . 


' 452 




' 453 




' 454 




' 454, 


§i '. '. 


' 454, 


§2 . . 


' 454, 


§§3,4 . 


' 454, 


§5 . . 


' 454, 


§6 . . 


' 454, 


§7 . . 



G. L. 156, § 37. 

S. 1911, 488, § 2. 

G. L. 156, § 39. 

S. 1920, 349, § 5. 

R. 1911, 488, § 3. 

S. 1920, 349, § 6. 

S. 1918, 257, § 360. 

G. L. 156, §§44-47. 

G. L. 156, §§47, 48. 

S. 1908, 300, § 1. 

S. 1909, 490, III, § 40. 

S. 1906, 346, § 1. 

G. L. 156, § 52. 

G. L. 155, § 50. 

S. 1920, 165. 

Part G. L. 155, § 52; 156, 

§ 51 ; part S. 1905, 156. 
G. L. 155, § 53. 
G. L. 155, § 55. 
Part G. L. 181, § 1; part S. 

1914, 742, § 172; 1919, 

333, § 16. 
G. L. 181, § 2. 
S. 1905, 242. 
G. L. 181, § 4. 
S. 1918, 171. 
G. L. 181, § 6. 
G. L. 181, §§ 8, 9. 
S. 1906, 463, III, § 58; 1914, 

742, § 172. 
G. L. 181, § 11. 
S. 1905, 233. 
S. 1908, 300, § 2. 
S. 1906, 346, I 2. 
S. 1909, 490, III, § 58. 
G. L. 181, § 17. 
G. L. 59, § 5, cl. 16. 
S. 1909, 439, § 2; 490, III, 

§41. 
S. 1909, 490, III, I 42. 
S. 1904, 261. 
S. 1907, 578. 
S. 1909, 439, § 4; 490, III, 

§45. 
S. 1906, 271, § 13. 
S. 1909, 490, III, §§ 61, 62. 
S. 1909, 490, III, § 60. 
S. 1909, 490, III, § 63. 
S. 1909, 490, III, § 66. 
S. 1909, 490, III, §§ 68-71. 
S. 1908, 614. 
S. 1909, 490, III, § 65. 
S. 1907, 396, §§1,2. 
S. 1920, 598, §§3,4. 
G. L. 158, § 15. 
G. L. 157, §§ 1, 2; 158. § 15. 
G. L. 155, § 12. 
O. 

R. 1907, 560, § 456. 
S. 1907, 560, § 166. 
S. 1907, 560, § 170. 
S. 1907, 560, § 167. 
G. L. 127, § 149. 
S. 1907,560, §§ 105, 106; R. 

1907, 560, § 456. 
R. 1907, 560, § 456. 
S. 1907, 560, § 1. 
S. 1904. 377; 1907. 560, 

§144. 
S. 1907, 560, §§ 147. 148. 
Part S. 1907. 560, § 149. 
S. 1907, 560, §§ 130. 150. 
S. 1907. 560, § 151. 



clxvi 



DISPOSITION OF STATUTES SINCE THE REVISED LAWS. 



1903, 454, 

" 454, 

" 454, 

" 454, 

" 454, 

" 454, 

" 454, 

" 454, 

•■ 455 

" 456 

•■ 466, 

■' 456, 



§8 
§9 
§ 10 
§11 

§12 
§13 

§§14 



1,2 
5 . 

457, §§1,2 



§3 



459 
460 
464 

465, 
465, 
465, 
465, 
465, 
465, 
465, 
465, 
465, 
467 
472, 
472, 
472, 

473 
473, 
473, 
473, 
473, 
473, 

473, 
473, 

473, 
473, 
473, 
473, 
473, 
473, 

474 
474, 
474, 
474, 
474, 
474, 
474, 
474, 
474, 
474, 

475 
475, 
475, 
475, 
476, 



480 
481 



§§1,2 
§3 . 
§§4-6 
§7 
§8 
§9 
§10 
§§ 11 
§ 14 



§7 



§10 
§11 
§12 
§ 13 
§14 



§§1.2 

§§3-5 

§6 

§7 

§8 

§9 

§10 

§11 

§12 



§1 . 
§§2,3 
§§4-6 
§§1-4 



S. 1907, 560, §§ 153, 154. 

S. 1905, 386, §§ 6-8. 

S. 1907, 560, § 155. 

S. 1907,429, §14; 1907,560, 

§ 156. 
S. 1907, 560, § 157. 
S. 1905, 386, § 14. 
S. 1907, 560, §§ 159, 160. 
S. 1905, 386, § 16. 
S. 1905, 218, § 2. 
R. 1919, 363, § 16. 
S. 1918, 186, §§ 1, 2. 
Part S. 1919, 363, § 15. 
S. 1905, 465, §§ 122, 123; R. 

1905, 465, § 194. 
G. L. 40, § 42. 
G. L. 138, § 2. 
S. 1909, 483, § 3; R. 1914, 

742, § 199. 
Temporary. 
S. 1906, 368, § 1. 
Temporary. 
S. 1906, 368, § 2. 
Special. 

S. 1906, 402, § 2. 
O. 

S. 1906,402, §§3-5. 
O. 

S. 1907, 208. 
G. L. 212, § 15. 
S. 1907, 286. 
Part G. L. 221, § 6; part S. 

1904, 451, § 3. 
R. 1909, 534, § 31. 
S. 1905, 311, §§2,3. 
S. 1909, 534, §§ 5, 6, 9. 
S. 1905, 311, § 4. 
S. 1909, 534, §§ 10, 12. 
S. 1905, 311, § 2; R. 1905, 

311, §7. 
S. 1909, 534, § 14. 
S. 1906, 412, § 1 ; 1909, 534, 

§14. 
S. 1905, 311, § 5. 
S. 1909, 534, § 7. 
S. 1909, 534, §§7, 11. 
S. 1907, 580, § 3. 
S. 1909, 534, § 1. 
S. 1905, 366, § 1; R. 1905, 

366, § 2. 
R. 1907, 560, § 456. 
S. 1907, 560, §§46,47. 
S. 1907, 560, §§ 51-53. 
S. 1907, 560, § 100. 
S. 1905, 386, § 2. 
S. 1907, 560, §§ 89, 166. 
S. 1907, 560, § 264. 
S. 1906, 444, § 8. 
S. 1907, 560, § 274. 
S. 1904, 293, § 1 ; 1907, 560, 

§300. 
R. 1909, 514, § 145. 
S. 1909, 514, § 86. 
S. 1909, 514, § 87. 
S. 1909, 514, §§ 88-90. 
S. 1906, 463, III, §§ 46-49; 

R. 1906, 463, III, § 158. 
S. 1905, 408, § 3; R. 1906, 

463, I, § 68. 
S. 1912, 104. 
S. 1907, 356, § 1; R. 1907, 

356, § 3. 
S. 1919, 292, § 5. 



1903, 484 . . 
•■ 484. §§2, 3 
" 484, § 4 

1904, 38 . 
41 . 



87 . 

88 . 

99 . 
105, § 1 
107, § 1 

107, §2 

108, § 1 

108, § 2 
110 . 

116 . 

119 . 

120 . 
122 . 
125, § 1 



125, § 2 

127 . 

142 . 

144 . 

145 . 

152 . 

153 . 

159 . 



163 
164 
165 
169 

170, §§ 1-6 

172 

173 

176 

179 

181 
183 
186 

194 
198 
200 
201 

204 
206, 
207 
208 
209 
210 

214 
215 

216 
217 
218 
219 
220, 
220, §§2,3 



R. 1915, 72. 

S. 1906, 434, §§ 1, 2. 

R. 1906, 434, § 3. 

G. L. 212, § 14. 

S. 1907, 560, § 145; R. 1907, 

560, § 456. 
S. 1906, 463, II, § 233; R. 

1906, 463, II, § 258. 
S. 1906, 126. 
Part S. 1908, 507, § 1 ; part 

R. 1908, 507, § 2; part O. 
S. 1906, 322. 
G. L. 140, § 142. 
G. L. 70, § 17. 
R. 1919, 363, § 16. 
S. 1909, 464, § 2; R. 1917, 

344, VIII, § 1. 
O. 
S. 1906, 463, III, § 80; R. 

1906, 463, III, § 158. 
S. 190.5, 81; R. 1917, 182. 
S. 1909, 273, § 2. 
O. 

G. L. 138, § 75. 
S. 1917, 344, 1, § 15; R. 1917, 

344, VIII, § 1. 
Temporary. 
G. L. 140, § 160. 
S. 1907, 241. 
G. L. 212, § 14. 
G. L. 221, § 83. 
S. 1908, 290. 
Part G. L. 35, § 37; part S. 

1913, 719, § 90; part O. 
Part S. 1913, 563, § 1; part 

R. 1913, 563, § 9. 
S. 1919, 333, § 1; R. 1919, 

333, § 2. 
G. L. 201, §§ 4, 5. 
S. 1920, 584, § 1. 
S. 1914, 699, § 2. 
S. 1906, 463, II, §§ 256, 257; 

R. 1906, 463, II, § 258. 
G. L. 92, §§ 89-94. 
PartG. L. 71, §51; part O. 
G. L. 71, § 52. 
S. 1918, 53. 
S. 1907,560, § 107; R. 1907, 

660, § 456. 
S. 1906, 271, § 11. 
G. L. 110, §§ 16, 27. 
Part S. 1918, 257, § 187, 

subs. 16; part Temporary. 
S. 1911, 352. 
G. L. 31, § 6. 
G. L. 167, § 21. 
S. 1907, 560, § 132; R. 1907, 

500, § 466. 
G. L. 113, § 6. 
S. 1918, 257, § 393. 
G. L. 156, § 28. 
S. 1908, 590, § 68, cl. 2 (d). 
G. L. 5, §§ 3, 4; 78, § 6. 
S. 1906, 463, III, § 150; R. 

1906, 463, III, § 158. 
G. L. 127, § 11. 
PartG. L. 71, §66; part O. 
G. L. 127, § 149. 
S. 1906, 73. 
G. L. 278, § 35. 
G. L. 217, § 33. 
S. 1906, 389; 1913, 779, § 6. 
S. 1913, 779, §§ 7, 8. 



DISPOSITION OF STATUTES SINCE THE REVISED LAWS. 



clxA-ii 



904. 220, § 4 . 


. S. 1913, 779, § 10. 


1904, 2S6, 


§3 . 


" 223 . . 


. o. 






" 224 . . 


. G. L. 279, § 20. 


" 287 




" 226 . . 


. S. 1905, 465, §153; R. 1905, 








465, § 194. 


" 292 




" 231, § 1 . 


. S. 1905, 465, § 83; R. 1905, 
465, § 194. 


" 293, 


§1 '■ 


" 231, §2 . 


. Special. 


" 293, 


§2 . 


" 231, §3 . 


. S. 1905, 465, § 83; R. 1905, 
465, § 194. 


" 294, 


§1 . 


" 234, § 1 . 


. Part G. L. 69, §§ 1, 2; part 
S. 1909, 457, § 3; 1910, 


" 294, 


§§2,3 




282; 1918, 257, § 168. 


" 295 




" 234, § 2 . 


. S. 1910, 282, § 1. 


•' 300 




" 240 . . 


. S. 1907, 576, § 60; R. 1907, 








576, § 122. 


" 302 




" 241 . . 


. Part G. L. 127, §23; part S. 


" 303 






1905, 459, § 1. 


" 304 




" 242, § 1 . 


. Amended 1911, 129; S. 1915, 








160. 


" 305 




'■ 242, §§2-6 


. G. L. 140, §§ 34-38. 


•' 306 




" 242, § 7 . 


. G. L. 140, §§34,39,40. 


" 307 




" 243, § 1 . 


. Part G. L. 127, §§ 74, 81; 


" 308 






part S. 1915, 260, § 1. 


" 310, 


§1 ' 


" 243, 1 2 . 


. S. 1916, 187; R. 1920, 380, 








§3. 


•■ 310, 


§2 . 


" 243, § 3 . 


. PartG.L. 127, §137; part 0. 






" 243, § 4 . 


. S. 1909, 295. 


" 311 




" 244, . . 


. 0. 






•' 245 . . 


. R. 1907, 560, § 456. 


" 313, 


§§1-4 


" 245, § 1 . 


. S. 1907, 560, § 421. 






" 245, § 2 . 


. S. 1906, 444, § 12. 


" 314, 


§1 . 


" 245, §§3,4 


. S. 1907, 560, §§ 71, 72. 






" 245, § 5 . 


. S. 1905, 318, § 2; 1907, 560, 
§73. 


" 314, 


§2 . 


" 245, § 6 . 


. S. 1907, 560, § 74. 


" 315 




" 248 . . 


. Part G. L. 74, § 44; part S. 








1912, 445, § 1; part R. 


" 317 






1912, 445, § 2. 


" 318 




" 257 . . 


. S. 1909, 504, § 103; R. 1909, 








504, § 107. 


" 320 




" 258 . . 


. S. 1913, 526. 






" 259, § 1 . 


. Part G. L. 218, § 1; part S. 








1917, 302; part R. 1910, 


" 322. 


§§1-3 




258. 


" 326 




" 261 . . 


. S. 1906, 271, § 12. 






" 263 . . 


. G. L. 29, §§ 53, 54. 


" 327, 


§1 . 


" 264 . . 


. Part G. L. 218, § 1; part 


" 327, 


§§2,3 




Special. 


" 329 




" 265 . . 


. S. 1906,463,1, §7; R. 1906, 


" 331 






463, I, § 68. 


" 332 




•" 267 . . 


. S. 1906, 463, III, § 102; R. 








1906, 463, III, § 158. 


" 334 




" 268, § 1 . 


. S. 1919, 25, §2; R. 1919, 25, 








§3. 


" 335 




" 271 . . 


. S. 1911, 628, § 29, cl. (6). 


" 335, 


§§1,2 


" 272 ■ . . 


. G. L. 217, §§ 30, 39. 


" 343 




" 273 . . 


. G. L. 92, § 32. 






" 274, § 1 . 


. S. 1905, 348. 


" 344, 


§1 . 


" 274, § 2 . 


. G. L. 47, § 25. 


" 344, 


§2 . 


" 275 . . 


. S. 1907, 429, § 5; R. 1907, 
560, § 456. 


•■ 347, 


§§1-3 


" 277, § 1 . 


. G. L. 41, § 36. 


" 348 




" 277, § 2 . 


. Part G. L. 41, § 36; part O. 


" 349 




" 278, § 1 . 


. G. L. 123, § 22. 






" 278, § 2 . 


. G. L. 122, § 20. 


" 350 




" 281 . . 


. G. L. 217, § 33. 


" 355, 


§i ' 


" 282, §§1,2 


. G. L. 130, §§ 143, 144. 


" 355, 


§2 . 


" 282, § 3 . 


. G. L. 218, § 26; 219, § 24. 


" 355, 


§3 . 


" 283 . . 


. S. 1911, 392. 


" 356, 


§§1-3 


" 286, § 1 . 


. S. 1907, 442, § 3. 


" 357 




-' 286, § 2 . 


. S. 1904, 455, §§ 1, 2; 1906, 








265. 


" 360 





R. 



R. 



Part G. L. 217, § 33; part S. 

1907, 207, § 2; 1914, .559. 
S. 1912, 547, § 1; R. 1912, 

547, § 2. 
S. 1912, 623, § 24. 
S. 1907, 560, § 300; R. 1907, 

560, § 456. 
O. 
S. 1907, 560, §§ 17, 19; 

1907, 560, § 456. 
S. 1907, 560, §§ IS, 19; 

1907, 560, § 456. 
S. 1916, 196. 
S. 1907, 576, § 42; R. 1907, 

576, § 122. 
G. L. 210, § 2. 
G. L. 279, § 2.5. 
S. 1907, 576, §§ 62, 83; R. 

1907, 576, § 122. 
G. L. 266, § 127. 
G. L. 189. § 10. 
S. 1906, 257. 
S. 1918, 257, § 318. 
S. 1907. 560. §415; R. 1907, 

560. § 456. 
S. 1907, 560, § 422; R. 1907, 

560, § 456. 
S. 1909, 514, § 21; R. 1909, 

514. § 145. 
S. 1909. 514. §§ 11-14; R. 

1909, 514. § 145. 

S. 1918, 247. § 1; R. 1918, 

247, § 4. 
S. 1905, 243; R. 1918. 247, 

§4. 
S. 1909, 514, § 44; R. 1909, 

514, § 145. 
S. 1918, 257, § 187, subs. 39. 
S. 1913, 610, § 1; 1919, 350, 

§§ 99-103, 108. 
G. L. 223, § 7. (R. 1909. 

514. § 145; Re-enacted 

1910, 63, § 1.] 
G. L. 41, § 53. 

Part G. L. 92, §§ 41, 48; 

part O. 
Part G. L. 32, § 85; part O. 
G. L. 32, § 85. 
S. 1916, 6. 
S. 1914, 690, § 1. 
S. 1912, 528, § 14; R. 1912. 

528, § 15. 
S. 1907, 560, § 5; R. 1907, 

560. § 456. 
R. 1909, 514, § 145. 
S. 1909, 514, §§ 31, 32. 
S. 1909, 514, §§ 28, 29; R. 

1909, 514, § 145. 
S. 1919, 275. 
S. 1905, 144. 
S. 1909, 514, § 101; R. 1909, 

514, § 145. 
S. 1914, 411. 
S. 1909, 514, § 23; R. 1909, 

514, § 145. 
O. 

S. 1914, 670. 
G. L. 221, § 37. 
G. L. 221, § 39. 
G. L. 119, §§ 49-51. 
S. 1906, 463, I, §§ 9, 10; 

1906. 463, I, § 68. 
G. L. 199, § 2. 



R. 



clxviii 



DISPOSITION OF STATUTES SINCE THE REVISED LAWS. 



1904, 361 

•' 363, 

" 363, 

" 364 

" 365 

" 366, 

" 367, 

" 367, 

" 3G9 

" 370, 

" 370, 

" 371 

" 372, 



372, 
372, 
373 

374, 
374, 

374, § 

374, 
375 
375, 
375, 
375, 
375, 
377 

379 
380 
380, 
380, 
381, 
381, 
381, 
381, 
382, 
383 



§4 

§§5-16 
§§ 17, i; 
§1 



§1 



385 
386, 
387 

388, 

388, 

392, 
395 
396 



399, § 1 



401, 
401, 
403, 
408, 

408, 
409, 
409, 

409, 
409, 
409, 



§1 



§1 



S. 1905, 465, § 157. 

G. L. 127, § 88. 

G. L. 120, § 21. 

R. 1905, 417, § 2. 

G. L. 130, § 17. 

R. 1907, 161. 

S. 1910, 548. 

G. L. 130, § 7. 

S. 1912, 567, §§ 1, 6, 10; R. 

1912, 567, § 9. 
S. 1905, 280, § 1. 
S. 1905, 2S0, § 3. 
S. 1905, 391. 
G. L. 218, § 1. 
Part G. L. 218, § 6; part 

1919, 362, § 1; part O. 
Part G. L. 218, § 1; part O. 
O. 

S. 1906, 463, III, §§117-121; 

R. 1906, 463, III, § 158. 
G. L. 172, §§ 6-9. 
Part G. L. 172, § 10; part S. 

1920, 598, § 7. 

Part G. L. 172. § 11; part S. 

1916, 37, § 1. 
S. 190.5, 331. 
R. 1907, 560, § 456. 
S. 1907, 560, §§ 326-328. 
S. 1907, 560, § 329. 
S. 1907, 560, § 333. 
S. 1907, 560, § 454. 
S. 1905, 386, § 17; R. 1905, 

386, § 18. 
G. L. 91, §2. 
R. 1907, 560, § 456. 
S. 1907, 560, § 316. 
S. 1907, 560, §§ 316, 325. 
S. 1909, 468, §§ 1-3. 
S. 1908, 405. 
S. 1909, 468, §§ 5-16. 
S. 1907, 354, §§1,2. 
Part S. 1913, 834, § 1 ; part O. 
S. 1905, 260, § 1; R. 1918, 

257, § 172. 
S. 1909, 490, I, § 12. 
S. 1906, 416. 



§ 1; R. 1913, 
j§ 1,2;R. 1908, 



S. 1913, 386 

386, § 2. 
S. 1908, 459, 

459, § 3. 
S. 1918, 189, § 1; R. 1918, 

189, § 2. 
S. 1912, 623, § 39. 
S. 1909, 391, §§ 1, 2. 
Part G. L. 266, § 102; part 

S. 1906,463, III, §85; part 

R. 1906, 463, III, § 158. 
S. 1909, 514, § 47; R. 1909, 

514, § 145. 
S. 1909, 514, § 10; R. 1909, 

514, § 145. 
S. 1912, 322. 
G. L. 217, § 40. 
O. 
S. 1917, 235, § 1; R. 1917, 

235, § 3. 
Temporary. 
S. 1907, 473, § 1. 
Part G. L. 132, §§1,6; part 

O. 
S. 1912, 577. 
S. 1919, 350, § 42. 
S. 1916, 97. 



904, 409, 


§6 . 


" 410 




" 413 




" 414 




" 414, 


§§'l.2 


" 421 




" 422 




" 423 




" 423, 


§1 ' 


" 423, 


§7 . 


" 423, 


§9 . 


" 423, 


§§20, 


" 426 




'• 427, 


§1 '. 


" 427, 


§2 . 


" 427, 


§3 . 


•■ 427, 


§4 . 


" 427, 


§§5-8 


" 429 




" 429, 


§§1.2 


" 430 




" 431 




" 432 





433, § 1 



433, § 2 



435 
435, 
435, 
439 

440 
441 



442, § 1 



442, 
443 
444, 
444, 
444, 
446, 

446, 
446, 
446, 
446, 
446, 
446, 
446, 
446, 
446, 
446, 

446, 
448, 

448, 
448, 



448, 
448, 



§2 

§1 
§2 
§3 
§1 

§2 

§3 

§4 

§5 

§6 

§7 

§8 

§9 

§§ 10, 

§12 

§13 
§1 

§2 
§3 



S. 1907, 473, § 2. 

S. 1908, 462, §3; 1918. 189, 

§ 1; R. 1918, 189, § 2. 
G. L. 261, § 25. 
R. 1908, 460, § 4. 
S. 1908,460, §§ 1, 2. 
S. 1907, 563, § 7; R. 1907, 

563, § 26. 
G. L. 114, §§ 20, 21. 
R. 1914, 692, § 11. 
S. 1909, 371, § 7. 
Part S. 1914, 692, § 2. 
Part S. 1914, 692, § 2. 
Part S. 1914, 692, § 2. 
S. 1906, 457. 
G. L. 174, §§ 1, 2. 
G. L. 174, §§3,4. 
PartG. L. 174, §§5, 6; part 

O. 
G. L. 174, §§ 7, 8. 
G. L. 174, §§ 9-12. 
R. 1906, 463, I, § 68. 
S. 1906, 463, I, §§3, 4. 
S. 1912,726, §12; 1919,350, 

§108. 
G. L. 92, § 99. 
S. 1905, 213; R. 1909, 514, 

§145. 
Part G. L. 148, §§ 3, 4, 8; 

parts. 1905,247, §1;461, 

§ 1; 1918, 275, §2; 1919, 

350, §§ 99-102, 104, 108; 

partR. 1905,247, §2; 461, 

§ 2; part O. 
S. 1913, 610, § 1; R. 1913, 

610, § 6. 
R. 1914, 742, § 199. 
S. 1909, 490, III, § 9. 
S. 1914, 742, § 137. 
S. 1905, 465, § 14; R. 1905, 

465, § 194. 
O. 
S. 1906, 463, III, § 41; R. 

1906, 463, III, § 158. 
S. 1909, 440, § 2; 490, I, 

§84. 
S. 1909, 490, III, § 46. 
R. 1918, 257, § 203. 
G. L. 266, § 113. 
G. L. 128, § 7. 
S. 1914, 239. 
PartG.L. 18, §10; 121, §28; 

part O. 
S. 1918, 257, § 187, subs. 5. 
G. L. 121, § 29. 
Temporary. 
G. L. 121, § 28. 
Temporary. 
G. L. 18, § 6. 
G. L. 121, § 30. 
S. 1909, 497. 
G. L. 121, §§ 32, 33. 
Part G. L. 121, § 6; part S. 

1919, 350, § 93. 
S. 1905, 128. 
Part G. L. 185, § 25; part S. 

1910, 560, § 3. 
G. L. 185, § 22. 
Part G. L. 185, § 15; part S. 

1910, 560, § 1; part R. 

1910, 560, § 5. 
G. L. 185, § 23. 
S. 1910, 560, § 3. 



DISPOSITION OF STATUTES SINCE THE REVISED LAWS. 



clxix 



1904, 448, § 6 . 


. G. L. 185, §§ 24, 37. 


1905, 73 






. S. 1906, 482; 1908, 477, §§ 1 




' 448, § 7 . 


. O. 






3; R. 1908, 477, §4. 




■ 448, § 8 


. S. 1910, 560, § 6. 


79 




. G. L. 215, § 62. 




' 448, § 9 . 


. S. 1905, 286; R. 1912, 542. 


80, 


§1 '. . 


. Part S. 1906, 463, III, § 5 




' 448, § 10 


. Gone to many places. 






R. 1906, 463, III, § 158. 




• 450 . . 


. R. 1913, 655, §61. 


81 




. R. 1917, 182. 




' 450, § 1 . 


. S. 1913, 655, § 30. 


90 






. G. L. 192, § 1. 




' 450. § 2 . 


. S. 1905, 342, §§ 1, 2. 


92 






. S. 1912, 322. 




' 450, §§3, 4 


. S. 1913, 655, §§32,33. 


" 106 






. G. L. 140, § 162. 




• 450, § 6 . 


. S. 1913, 655, § 34. 


■' 107 






. G. L. 214, § 11. 




' 450, § 7 . 


. R. 1905, 342, §3. 


" 110 






. S. 1906, 187. 




' 450, §§8, 9 


. S. 1913,655, §§35,36. 


" 111 






. S. 1907, 560, §247; R. 1907 




' 450, § 10 . 


. S. 1913, 655, § 55. 






660, § 456. 




' 450, § 11 . 


. S. 1913, 655, § 59. 


" 115 




. G. L. 117, §34. 




' 450, § 12 . 


. S. 1913, 655, § 49. 


" 124, 


§1 ' 


. G. L. 194, § 9. 




' 450, §§ 13, 


14 S. 1913, 655, §§ 37, 38. 


" 124, 


§2 . 


. 0. 


•• 451, § 1 . 


. S. 1905, 179; 1906, 290; 1910, 


" 127 




. S. 1907, 169, § 3. 




537; 1913, 423, § 1; 603; 


" 128 




. Special. 




651, § 1; 1915, 272, § 1; 


" 133 




. G. L. 218, § 8. 




1918, 261, § 1; 263, § 1; 


" 134 




. S. 1906, 463, III, § 86; R 




287, §l;partR. 1918,287, 






1906, 463, III, § 158. 




§7. 


" 138, 


§1 . 


. .S. 1918, 189, § 1; R. 1918 


" 451, §2 . 


. S. 1918, 287, § 1; R. 1918, 






189, § 2. 




287, § 7. 


" 144 




. G. L. 40, § 32. 


" 451, §3 . 


. S. 1907, 145, § 2; 1911, 174; 


■' 149 




. S. 1907, 139, § 2. 




1914, 405; 1918, 287, § 1; 


" 150 




. S. 1910, 500. 




R. 1918, 287, § 7. 


" 154, 


§1 ' 


. S. 1910, 421, §2; 1916, 112 




■ 451, §4 . 


. G. L. 35, § 3. 






§1. 




' 451, §5 . 


. 0. 


" 155 




. Part G. L. 20, § 5; part S 




' 451, §6 . 


. S. 1918, 287, 1 6. 






1907, 401, § 1; 1919, 350 




' 452, § 1 . 


. S. 1919, 361, §§ 1,2, 4. 






§37. 




' 452, § 2 . 


. S. 1913, 682. 


" 156 




. Part G. L. 155, § 52; 156 


" 453, § 1 . 


. PartG. L. 218, § 10; part S. 

1905, 165; 443, §§ 1, 2; 

1906, 325, §§ 1, 2; 1908, 
323; 1909,357; 1911,414, 






§ 51; part S. 1906, 463, II 
§228, III, §140; 1914, 742 
§ 86; part R. 1914, 742 
§ 199. 




§ 2; 1912, 604, § 1; 660; 


" 157, 


§1 . 


. S. 1910, 369, § 1; 1911, 485 




1914, 686; 1915, 286; 1916, 






§ 1; R. 1918, 272, §5. 




261-263; 1917, 340, § 1; 


" 157, 


§2 . 


. S. 1914,326, §2; 1917, 242 




1918, 173; 211, § 1; 260, 






1918, 272, § 2; R. 1918 




§ 2; 1919, 362, §§ 1, 2; 






272, § 5. 




part R. 1912, 604, § 2; 


" 157, 


§3 . 


. S. 1906, 460, § 2; R. 1918 




1918, 211, § 2. 






272, § 5. 


" 453, § 2 . 


. 8.1907,128, §§1-3; R. 1907, 


" 157, 


§4 . 


. G. L. 12, § 23. 




128, § 4. 


" 157, 


§6 . 


. Temporary. 


" 453, § 3 . 


. S. 1919, 362, § 3. 


" 159 




. S. 1907, 474, §§ 1. 2, 15. 


" 453, 1 5 . 


. G. L. 218, § 47. 


" 162 




. G. L. 121, § 38. 


" 454, § 1 . 


. S. 1906, 449, § 1; 450; 1912, 
649, § 10; 1913, 726; 736, 


" 163 




. S. 1908, 349; R. 1912, 174 
§2. 




§1. 


" 165 




. S. 1918, 211, § 1; 1919, 362 


" 455, § 1 . 


. Part G. L. 217, §§ 34, 35; 






§§1.2. 




part S. 1906, 265, § 1; 


'■ 167 




. G. L. 67, § 27. 




1907, 442, § 4; 1908, 541, 


" 169 




. O. 




§ 3; 1911, 668; 1912, 378; 


" 175, 


§§1-3 


. S. 1909, 504, §§ 95-97. 




585; 654; 1919,353, §§1-3. 


" 176, 


§§1-3 


. S. 1908, 566, §§ 1-3. 




9, 10, 12; part R. 1906, 


" 179 




. S. 1918, 261, § 1; 263, § 1 




265, § 2. 






287, §l;partR. 1918,263, 


" 455, § 2 . 


. S. 1919, 353, § 7. 






§4. 


" 457, § 1 . 


. Part G. L. 92, § 10; part 


" 183 




. G. L. 217, § 33. 




0. 


" 189 




. S. 1916,37, §1; R. 1916,37, 


" 457, §§2-1 


2 . Special. 






§2. 


" 458, §§1-7 


. 0. 


" 190 




S. 1909, 377, §§ 1-3; R. 1909, 


" 459, § 1 . 


. S. 1905, 447. 






377, § 4. 


" 459, § 2 . 


. S. 1909, 504, § 41. 


" 191, 


§§1-4 


. S. 1907, 576, §§ 102-105; R. 


" 459, § 3 . 


. S. 1909, 504, § 48. 






1907, 576, § 122. 


■' 459, § 4 . 


. O. 


" 192 




. Part G. L. 218, § 8; part S. 


" 459, § 5 . 


. S. 1909, 504, § 48. 






1919, 362, § 2. 


" 459, § 6 . 


. O. 


" 193 




. S. 1909, 490, II, § 44. 


" 460, § 1 . 


. S. 1908, 385, § 1. 


" 195 




G. L. 185, § 43. 


" 460, § 2 . 


. S. 1918, 257, § 336. 


" 202 




. S. 1908, 317, § 1; R. 1908, 


" 460, § 3 . 


. S. 1918, 257, § 338. 






317, §2. 


" 460, § 4 . 


. S. 1905, 341. 


" 204 




. S. 1907, 571, § 1. 




' 460, § 5 . 


. S. 1907, 309. 


" 206, 


§1 




. S. 1911, 83, § 1. 



clxx 



DISPOSITION OF STATUTES SINCE THE REVISED LAWS. 



i, 208 . . . S. 1906, 463, II, § 234-, R. 
1906, 463, II, § 258. 

209 .. . S. 1911,380, § 2. 

210 .. . S. 1906, 463, II, § 233; R. 

1906, 463, II, § 258. 
211, §1 . . S. 1918, 257, §476. 
211, §2 . . G. L. 10, § 10. 
211, §3 . . S. 1907, 139, § 1. 
211, §4 . . S. 1908, 630, § 1. 
211, §5 . . S. 1918, 244, §3. 
211, §6 . . S. 1910, 220, § 1; R. 1910, 

220, § 6. 
211, §7 . . S. 1918, 257, §6. 
211, §8 . . G. L. 29, § 25. 
211, §9 . . G. L. 29, §16. 
211, § 10 . . S. 1918, 257, §7. 
211, §11 . . S. 1911, 154. 
211, §12. . Part G. L. 29, § 12; part O. 
213 .. . S. 1907, 224; R. 1909, 514, 

§145. 
216, § 1 . . S. 1906, 275, § 1. 
216, §2 . . S. 1918,274, §2. 
218, §1 . . S. 1909, 174, § 1; R. 1909, 

174, § 2. 
218, §2 . . S. 1907, 359, § 1. 
220 .. . S. 1910, 541, §§1,2; R. 1910, 

541, § 3. 
222 ... S. 1918, 257, § 356; R. 1918, 

257, § 357. 

228 .. . G. L. 172, § 24. 

229 ... G. L. 215, § 49. 

231 ... S. 1909, 514, § 55; R. 1909, 

514, § 145. 
233 .. . S. 1909, 490, III, § 54. 

235 .. . PartG.L.27,§4; 127,§§159, 

160; part S. 1919, 266, § 1; 
part O. 

236 .. . S. 1906, 305. 

238 .. . S. 1909, 514, § 106; R. 1909, 
514, § 145. 

240 .. . S. 1916, 76. 

241 ... G. L. 266, § 130. 

242 ... G. L. 181, § 3. 

243 ... S. 1918, 247, § 1; R. 1918, 

247, § 4. 

244 ... G. L. 127, § 50. 

245 .. . S. 1913, 552. 

247, §1 . . S. 1913, 834, § 1; R. 1913, 

834, § 2. 
249, § 1 . . S. 1910, 560, § 3. 
249, § 2 . . G. L. 185, § 26. 
249, § 3 . . G. L. 185, § 99; 262, § 39. 
249, § 4 . . O. 
249, §5 . . PartG. L. 262, §39;partO. 

250 .. . S. 1908, 590, §68, cl. 8 {^). 

251 .. . S. 1907, 480. 
255, §§1-6 . Special. 

255, § 7 . . Part G. L. 218, § 1 ; part S. 

1906, 497, §§5, 14, 22; 

1916,226, §4; part O. 
255, §§8-12 . Special. 
256 .. . S. 1917, 303. 

258 .. . G. L. 268, § 28. 

259 .. . G. L. 253, § 4. 
260, § 1 . . R. 1918, 257, § 172. 
263, § 1 . . O. 

263, § 2 . . S. 1909, 33. 

266, § 1 . . G. L. 231, § 3. 

267, § 1 . . S. 1906, 284, § 2; 1909, 514, 

§ 56; R. 1909, 514, § 145. 
267, § 2 . . S. 1909, 514, § 58; R. 1909, 

614, § 145. 
209 . . . S. 1911, 500. 



1905, 271 . 


. . S. 1910, 538. 


" 272 . 


. . O. 


" 275 . 


. . S. 1918, 189, § 1; R. 1918, 




189, § 2. 


" 279 . 


. . R. 1915, 145, § 13. 


" 279, § 1 


. . S. 1908, 297, § 1. 


•• 279, §2 


. S. 1915, 145, § 9. 


■■ 279, §3 


. S. 1908, 297, § 2. 


" 280, § 1 


. S. 1908, 502, § 1; 1910, 565, 




§§2,3; 1914,795, §3. 


•' 280, §2 


. S. 1910, 223, § 2. 


■' 280, §3 


. G. L. 148, § 16. 


" 281 . 


. O. 


" 2S2, § 1 


. S. 1908, 629; 1909, 504, § 1; 




R. 1909, 504, § 107. 


" 284 . 


. S. 1911,88. 


" 285 . 


. G. L. 121, §7. 


" 286 . 


. R. 1912, 542. 


" 287 


. S. 1907, 576, § 11; R. 1907, 




576, § 122. 


" 288 . 


. Part S. 1910, 560, § 6; part 




R. 1910, 560, § 2. 


" 289, § 1 


. S. 1908, 294, § 2. 


" 289, § 2 


. S. 1915, 301, § 12; R. 1915, 




301, § 14. 


" 291 . 


Temporary. 


■' 295 


. S. 1906, 329. 


" 296, § 1 


. G. L. 185, § 70. 


" 296, § 2 


. O. 


" 298 . 


. S. 1905,465, §120; R. 1905, 




465, § 194. 


" 303, § 1 


. G. L. 117, §36. 


" 303, §2 


. S. 1913, 112. 


" 304 . 


. R. 1909, 514, § 145. 


" 304, §§ 1, 


2 . S. 1909, 514, §§ 115, 116. 


" 304, § 3 


. S. 1909,514, § 118. 


" 307 . 


. S. 1906, 501, §§1-3; R. 1907, 




563, § 26. (Revived 1908, 




104.) 


•' 308 . 


. S. 1906, 390, § 1 ; 1909, 514, 




§ 125; R. 1909, 514, § 145. 


" 310, § 1 


. S. 1911,562, §3. 


" 310, §2 


. S. 1906, 414. 


" 310, §3 


. S. 1915, 259, § 11. 


" 311 


. R. 1909, 534, § 31. 


" 311, §1 


. S. 1908, 648, § 1. 


•■ 311, §2 


. S. 1906, 412, § 8. 


" 311, §3 


. S. 1907, 580, § 2. 


" 311, §4 


. S. 1908, 648, § 5. 


" 311, §5 


. S. 1906, 412, § 3. 


" 311, §6 


. S. 1906, 412, § 5: 


" 313 . 


. S. 1907, 560, §§ 226, 227; 




R. 1907, 560, § 456. 


" 315 . 


. S. 1911, 628, § 12 (a). 


•' 316 . 


. G. L. 272, § 20. 


" 317 . 


. R. 1911, 614, § 13. 


" 317, §§1,2 


. S. 1908, 402, §§1,2. 


" 317, §3 


. S. 1911, 614, § 11. 


" 317, §5 


. S. 1911, 614, § 11. 


" 318, § 1 


. S. 1907,560, §418; R. 1907, 




560, § 456. 


" 318, §2 


. S. 1907, 560, § 73; R. 1907, 




560, § 456. 


" 319 . 


. S. 1913, 652. 


■■ 320 . 


. S. 1906, 383. 


" 321, § 1 


. -G. L. 221, §24. 


" 321, §2 


. G. L. 9, § 17. 


" 322 . 


. S. 1911, 270, § 1; R. 1911, 




270, § 2. 


" 323 . 


. Part G. L. 217, §§ 24, 26; 




part S. 1917, 214. 


" 324 . 


. G. L. 246, § 65. 


" 325, § 1 . 


. S. 1909, 490, II, § 59. 



I 



DISPOSITION OF STATUTES SINCE THE REVISED L.A.WS. 



clxxi 



1905, 325, § 2 


. S. 1909, 490, II, § 62. 


1905, 386, § 9 


. S. 


" 325, § 3 


. Amended 1908, 226; S. 1909, 


" 386, § 10 


. s. 




490, II, § 76. 


" 386, §11 


. s. 


" 326, § 1 


. G. L. 203, §§26, 27. 


•' 386, § 12 


. s. 


" 326, §§2- 


r . G. L. 203, §§ 2S-33. 


" 3S6, § 13 


. s. 


" 326, § 8 


. PartG. L. 203, §34; part 0. 


" 386, §§ 14 


15 S. 


" 326, § 9 


, G. L. 203, § 35. 


" 386, § 16 


. S. 


" 326, § 10 


. G. L. 203, § 39. 


" 386, § 17 


. s. 


" 326, §§ 11 


-13 G. L. 203, §§ 36-38. 


" 390 . 


. R. 


" 328 . 


. G. L. 6, § 13. 


■■ 391 . 


. S. 


" 330, § 1 


. S. 1912, 442, § 1. 






" 330, § 2 


. S. 1908, 269. 


" 400 . 


. s. 


" 330. § 3 


. S. 1918, 96, § 1. 






" 331 . 


. S. 1908, 520, §§8-11. 


" 401, § 1 


. s. 


" 332 . 


. S. 1907, 231. 






" 336 . 


. S. 1913, 611, §§ 3, 15; R. 
1913, 611, § IS. 


" 401, §2 


. s. 


" 338 . 


. S. 1912, 154. 


" 406 . 


. s. 


" 339 . 


. S. 1910,501, §§ 1,2. 






" 340 . 


. O. 


" 407 . 


. G. 


" 341 


. S. 1907, 274, § 1. 


" 408 


. R. 


" 342, §§1, 


I . S. 1913, 655, § 31; R. 1913, 


" 408, § 1 


. S. 




655, §61. 


" 408, §§2, 


J . S. 


" 344 . 


. G. L. 117, § 20. 


•• 410 


. R. 


" 345 . 


. Part R. 1913, 563, § 9; part 


" 410, §§1, 


2 . S. 




Temporary. 


•■ 410, §3 


. S. 


" 347 . 


. G. L. 143, §§22, 23. 


" 410, §4 


. S. 


" 348 


. G. L. 47, § 25. 


" 410, §5 


. s. 


" 354, § 1 


. S. 1909, 504, § 82; R. 1909, 


" 410, §6 


. s. 




504, § 107. 


" 410, §7 


. s. 


" 354, § 2 


. 0. 


" 414 


. s. 


" 355, § 1 


. G. L. 125, § 39. 


'• 415 


. G. 


" 355, § 2 


. G. L. 127, § 79. 


'■ 417, §1 


. G. 


" 355, § 3 


. Part S. 1920, 380, § 1 ; part O. 


" 419 . 


. s. 


" 355, § 4 


. Part G.L. 124, §1; 127, §80; 


" 428, §§1, 


2 . S. 




part S. 1916, 183. 


" 42S, § 3 


. G. 


" 355, § 5 


. Temporary. 


" 428, § 4 


. G. 


" 365 . 


. Part S. 1913, 834, § 1; part 
R. 1913, 834, § 2; part O. 


" 428, § 5 


. S. 


" 366, § 1 


. S. 1906, 412, § 9; R. 1909, 


" 432 . 


. s. 




534, § 31. 


" 434 . 


. G. 


" 367 . 


. S. 1907, 563, §§ 6, 19; R. 


" 435 . 


. S. 




1907, 563, § 26. 


" 436 . 


. s. 


" 369 . 


. S. 1908, 434, § 1; 1912, 71; 


" 437 . 


. s. 




R. 1908, 434, § 2; 1914, 


" 443 . 


. s. 




370, § 3. 


" 445 . 


. s. 


" 370, § 1 


. G. L. 258, § 1. 






" 370, § 2 


. S. 1908, 288; R. 1910, 555, 


" 447 . 


. s. 




§3. 


•■ 452 . 


. s. 


" 373, §§1-S 


. G. L. 41, § 48. 


" 454 . 


. G. 


" 375 . 


. S. 1911,268, §2. 


■• 456, §§1-^ 


. G. 


" 376, § 1 


. S. 1906, 463, III, § 74; R. 
1906, 463, III, § 158. 


•' 456, § 5 


. s. 


" 377 . 


. S. 1906, 345. 


" 457 


. G. 


" 381, § 1 


. G. L. 132, § 11. 


" 458, §1 1-4 


. S. 


" 381, §2 


. Part G. L. 132, § 4; part S. 








1909, 263, §§ 1, 2. 


" 459 . 


. G. 


" 381, §§3-e 


) . S. 1906, 268, §§ 1-4. 


" 461, § 1 


. S. 


" 381, §7 


. Part G. L. 132, §§ 19, 20; 








part S. 1906, 268, § 5. 


" 464, § 1 


. G. 


" 381, §§S,S 


) . O. 


" 465 . 


. R. 


" 381, §11 


. S. 1906, 268, § 6. 


" 465, §§ 1-1 


1 . S. 


" 381, § 12 


. S. 1907, 521, § 4. 


" 465, § 12 


. S. 


" 384, § 1 


. S. 1917, 135. 


" 465, § 13 


. s. 


" 384, §2 


. G. L. 272, § 46. 


■' 465, § 14 


. s. 


" 386 . 


. R. 1907, 560, § 456. 


" 465, § 15 


. s. 


" 386, § 1 


. S. 1907, 560, § 82. 


" 465, § 16 


. s. 


" 386, § 2 


. S. 1907,560, §§120, 149, 181. 


" 465, §§ 17 


-19 S. 


" 386, I 3 


. S. 1907, 560, § 178. 


" 465, § 21 


. s. 


" 386, §§4, 


5 . S. 1907, 560, §§ 180, 181. 


" 465, §22 


. s. 


" 386, § 6 


. S. 1911, 436; 1913,835, §226. 


•' 465, § 23 


. s. 


" 386, § 7 


. S. 1907, 560, § 202. 


" 465, § 24 


. s. 


" 386, § 8 


. S. 1907, 560, § 204. 


" 465, § 25 


. s. 



1906, 298, § 1. 

1907, 560, § 181. 
1907, 560, § 146. 
1907, 560, § 129. 
1907, 560, § 152. 
1907, 560, §§ 158, 159. 

, 1907,560, §§168,178-181. 
1907, 560, § 145. 
1918, 257, § 203. 

1905, 465, § 112; R. 1905, 
465, § 194. 

1909, 504, § 14; R. 1909, 
504, § 107. 

1907, 576, § 34, cl. (a) ; R. 
1907, 576, § 122. 

1907, 576, § 85; R. 1907, 
576, § 122. 

1906,303, §§1,3;R. 1906, 
303, § 2. 

L. 21, §6; 130, §2. 
, 1906, 463, I, § 68. 

1906, 463, I, § 32. 
1906, 463, I, §§ 36, 37. 
1914, 742, § 199. 

1914, 742, §§ 101, 102. 
1914, 742, § 113. 

1906, 411. 
1914, 742, § 120. 
1914, 742, § 122. 
1914, 742, § 125. 

. 1907, 99; R. 1910,472, §2. 
i. L. 140, § 77. 
L. 130, § 60. 

1907, 307. 

1906, 408, §§ 1, 2. 
L. 169, § 4. 
L.-169, § 16. 

1907, 377, § 7; R. 1909, 
287, § 1. 
1909, 504, §§45, 46. 

L. 266, § 123. 
1909, 504, § 75. 
1909, 504, § 33. 

1908, 566. 
1907, 128, §§ 2, 3. 

1907, 300; R. 1908, 330, 
§2. 

1909, 504, § 29. 
1918, 227. 
L. 107, §§ 7, 8. 
L. 92. §§ 49-52. 

1918, 257, § 187, subs. 14, 

16. 

. L. 92, § 97. 

1909, 504, §§ 71-74; R. 
1909, 504, § 107. 
. L. 127, §§23, 24. 

1913, 834, § 1; R. 1913, 
834, § 2. 

L. 119, § 40. 

1908, 604, § 209. 
1908, 604, §§ 1-11. 

1907, 526, § 1. 

1908, 604, § 13. 
1908.604, §§ 14, 39. 
1906, 504, § 1. 
1908, 604, § 116. 
1908, 604, §§35-37. 
1906, 504, § 2. 
1908, 604, § 15. 
1908, 344. 
1908, 604, § 17. 
1908, 604, § 32. 



clxxii 



DISPOSITION OF STATUTES SINCE THE REVISED LAWS. 



1905, 465, § 26 . 




S. 1908, 604, § 28. 


1905, 473, § 5 


. Part G. L. 13, § 31 


; part S. 


" 465, § 27 . 




S. 1906, 423, § 1; 1908, 604, 




1916.305, §2; part O. 






§20;part R. 1906,423,§4. 


■• 473, § 6 


. S. 1910, 390. 






" 465, § 28 . 




S. 1906, 273. 


" 473, § 7 


. Part G. L. 112, § 


84 


part 


" 465, § 29 . 




S. 1907,305, § 1; 1908, 604, 




O. 










§20; part R. 1907, 305, §3. 


" 473, §§8-10. G. L. 112, §§ 85-87 






" 465, § 30 . 




S. 1908, 604, § 19. 


•• 474, § 1 


. S. 1913, 73. 






" 465, §31 . 




S. 1908, 604, § 22. 


•■ 474, §2 


. Temporary. 






" 465, § 32 . 




S. 1908, 604, § 20. 


" 475, § 1 


. S. 1906, 471; R. 1909 


504, 


" 465, § 33 . 




Part S. 1908, 604, § 20. 




§107. 






•■ 465, §§ 34, 


35 


S. 1906, 504, §§ 3, 4. 


•■ 475, §2 


. Special. 






•■ 465, § 36 . 




S. 1908, 604, § 33. 


" Res. 2 


. S. 1909, Res. 5. 






•■ 465, §§ 37- 


39 


S. 1908, 604, §§ 40-42. 


1906, 50, § 1 


. G. L. 240, § 19. 






" 465, §40 . 




Part S. 1908, 604, § 43. 


50, §2 


. G. L. 240, § 23. 






" 465, §§ 41- 


56 


S. 1908, 604, §§44-59. 


50, §3 


. G. L. 240, § 25. 






" 465, §§ 57- 


-62 


S. 1908, 604, §§ 61-66. 


59 . 


. G. L. 217, § 43. 






•■ 465, § 63 . 




S. 1908, 604, §§42, 67. 


63 . 


. G. L. 48, § 60. 






" 465, §§ 64-69 


S. 1908, 604, §§6.8-73. 


66 . 


. S. 1906, 347, § 4. 






" 465, § 70 . 




S. 1908,604, §§74-79. 


" ■ 67 . 


. G. L. 36, § 10. 






•■ 465, §§ 71- 


76 


S. 1908, 604, §§ 80-85. 


73 . 


. S. 1907, 236. 






" 465, § 77 . 




S. 1908, 604, §§ 86, 87. 


76 . 


. S. 1907, 560, § 348; 


R. 


1907, 


" 465, §§ 78, 


79 


S. 1908, 604, §§ 88, 89. 




560, § 456. 






■■ 465, § 80 . 




S. 1906, 504, § 5. 


" 104 . 


. S. 1920, 630, § 13. 






" 465, §§ 81, 


82 


S. 1908, 604, §§ 91, 92. 


" 105 


. R. 191.3, 655, § 61. 






" 465, § 83 . 




S. 1906, 212. 


" 105, § 1 


. S. 1913, 655, § 51. 






" 465, §§ 84-86 


S. 1908, 604, §§ 100-102. 


" 105, §§2,3 . S. 1913, 655, §35. 






" 465, § 87 . 




S. 1906, 373. 


" 105, §4 


. S. 1913, 655, §§55, 


56. 




" 465, §§ 88, 


89 


S. 1908, 604, §§ 104, 105. 


" 105, § 5 


. S. 1913, 655, § 59. 






" 465, § 90 . 




S. 1906, 504, § 7. 


" 105, § 6 


. S. 1913, 655, § 58. 






" 465, §§ 91- 


-98 


S. 1908, 604, §§ 107-114. 


'■ 107 . 


. S. 1907, 355. 






" 465, § 99 . 




S. 1906, 504, § 8. 


•• 109, § 1 


. S. 1919, 25, §2; R. 


1919, 25, 


" 465, §§100 


-109 


S. 190S, 604, §§ 117-126. 




§3. 






" 465. §110 




S. 1906, 504, §9 a 110). 


" 116, §§1, 


2 . G. L. 94, § 48. 






" 465, §§111 


-116 


S. 1906,504, §9(§§ii5-i20). 


" 116, §3 


. S. 1908, 435, § 1. 






" 465, §117 




S. 1906, 504, §9 (^111). 


'■ 116, §4 


. S. 1908, 435, § 1; 


R. 


1908, 


" 465, §118 




S. 1906, 504, §9 (§ US). 




435, § 2. 






" 465, §119 




S, 1906, 504, §9 (.^111). 


" 117 . 


. S. 1911, 509, §2. 






" 465, § 120 




S. 1906, 504, § 9 (§§ 114. 
123). 


" 120 . 
" 126 . 


. S. 1908, 525, § 1. 
. S. 1915, 271. 






" 465, § 121 




S. 1906, 504, § 9 (§§ 121, 
122). 


" 127 . 
" 129 . 


. G. L. 206, § 27. 
. G. L. 209, § 36. 






•• 465, §§122 


123 


S. 1906,504, §9 (§i2/). 


" 139 . 


. G. L. 136, § 11. 






" 465, §§124-152 


S. 1908, 604, §§ 141-169. 


" 141 . 


. Temporary. 






" 465, § 153 




S. 1906, 198. 


" 146 . 


. G. L. 1, § 5. 






'• 465. §§154 


155 


S. 1908, 604, §§ 171, 172. 


" 147 . 


. S. 1912, 134. 






" 465, § 156 




S. 1906, 504, § 11. 


■' 149 


, S. 1912, 658. 






" 465, § 157 




S. 1905,468, § 1; 1906, 504, 


•■ 151 . 


. S. 1910, 419. 










§12. 


" 158, § 1 


. S. 1920, 541, §§ 1 


2, 


4; R. 


" 465, § 158 




S. 1907, 305, § 1; R. 1907, 




1920. 541. § 5. 










305, § 3. 


" 158, §2 


. S. 1920, 541, § 3; 


R. 


1920, 


" 465, §§ 159 


16C 


S. 1908, 604, §§ 175, 176. 




541, § 5. 






'■ 465, § 161 




S. 1906, 504, § 13. 


" 159 . 


. S. 1907, 344. 






" 465, §§162- 


-176 


S. 1908,604, §§178-192. 


" 165 . 


. S. 1907, 410, §§ 1,2. 




" 465, § 177 




S. 1906, 504, § 14. 


" 166 . 


. G. L. 218, § 40. 






" 465, §§178-181 


S. 1908, 604, §§ 194-197. 


" 171, §1 


. S. 1917, Sp. 121, §1 


;R 


1917, 


■■ 465, § 182 




S. 1906, 504, § 15. 




Sp. 121, § 3. 






" 465, §§183 


-187 


S. 1908, 604, §§ 199-203. 


•• 171, §2 


. S. 1917,Sp. 121, §2 


;R 


1918, 


" 465, § 188 




S. 1908, 604, § 24. 




81, § 2. 






" 465, §§189-193 


S. 1908, 604, §§ 204-208. 


'■ 172, § 1 


. S. 1911, 548, § 1. 






" 468, § 1 . 




S. 1906, 504, § 12; R. 1908, 
604, § 209. 


" 172, §2 
" 175 . 


. S. 1908, 350, § 1. 
. G. L. 200, § 10. 






" 468, § 2 . 




Special. 


" 179, §§ 1- 


J . S. 1908,488, §§1-3 


R. 


1908, 


" 470, § 1 . 




S. 1906, 436, § 1; R. 1907, 
563, § 26. 


■' 180 . 


488, § 3. 
. G. L. 276, § 64. 






'• 470, § 2 . 




O. 


" 181 . 


. G. L. 266, § 46. 






" 472, § 1 . 




S. 1907, 465, §§ 1, 14. 


" 183 . 


. S. 1913, 316. 






" 472, § 2 . 




S. 1907, 465, §§ 10, 15, 17. 


" 184 . 


. S. 1909, 504, § 5; 


R. 


1909, 


" 472, §3 . 




S. 1907, 465, § 28. 




504, § 107. 






" 473, §§1,2 




Part G. L. 13, §§ 29, 30; 
part O. 


" 185, § 1 
" 185, §§ 2, 


. S. 1913, 281. 
3 . G. L. 272, § 78. 






" 473, §3 . 




Temporary. 


•■ 187, § 1 


. G. L. 221. § 53. 






•' 473, § 4 . 




Part G. L. 112, § 82; part 
O. 


" 187, §2 
" 190 . 


. O. 

. S. 1920, 47. 







DISPOSITION OF STATUTES SINCE THE REVISED LAWS. 



clxxiii 



906, 192 . . 


Part G. L. 218, § 66; part S. 


1906. 268. § 6 . 




1918, 195. 




" 269 . . 


'• 193 . . 


S. 1917, 253, § 1; R. 
253, § 2. 


1917. 


" 271, § 1 . 


" 194 . . 


G. L. 218, § 8. 




" 271, §2 . 


" 195 . . 


S. 1908, 348. 




" 271. §3 . 


" 196 . . 


S. 1914, 690, § 1. 




" 271. §4 . 


" 197, § 1 . 


S. 1914, 690, § 1. 




" 271. §5 . 


" 197, §2 . 


O. 




" 271. §6 . 


" 19S . . 


S. 1908,604, §170; R. 
604, § 209. 


1908, 


■' 271.17 . 


'■ 200, § 1 . 


S. 1908, 427; R. 1918 


198, 


" 271. §8 . 




§8. 




" 271, §9 . 


" 201, §1 . 


S. 1920, 591, § 2. 






" 203, § 1 . 


S. 1914, 429. 






" 203, § 2 . 


G. L. 224, § 30. 




'■ 271. §10 . 


" 204 . . 


R. 1908, 590, § 69. 




" 271, §11 . 


" 204, §§ 1, 2 


S. 1908,590, §§2,3. 




" 271, §12 . 


" 204, § 4 . 


S. 1908, 590, § 4. 




" 271, § 13 . 


" 210, § 1 . 


S. 1907, 272; R. 1918, 
§4. 


247, 


" 273 . . 


'■ 210, §2 . 


S. 1918, 247, § 2; R. 


1918, 


" 274 . . 




247, § 4. 




" 275 . . 


" 212 . . 


S. 1906, 423, § 3: 504 


§ 0; 


" 276 . . 




R. 1900, 423, § 4; 


1908, 






604, § 209. 




" 277 . . 


" 215 . . 


. S. 1914, 379. 




■' 278 . . 


" 218 . . 


. S. 1914, 742, § 109; R. 


1914, 






742, § 199. 




" 280 . . 


" 219, §1 . 


. S. 1918, 257, § 439. 






" 219, §2 . 


. G. L. 244, § 15. 




" 281 . . 


" 219, §3 . 


. O. 




" 281, § 1 . 


" 221 . . 


. S. 1911, 160. 




" 281, §§2, 3 


" 223 . . 


. S. 1909. 237. 




" 282, § 1 . 


" 224 . . 


. G. L. 200, §§ 1, 8. 




" 282. § 2 . 


" 225 . . 


. S. 1906, 365, § 1. 




" 283 . . 


" 228 . . 


. S. 1914, 690. § 1. 






" 232 . . 


. S. 1910, 634. 




" 284 . . 


" 233 . . 


. S. 1914, 3.34. 






" 234 . . 


. G. L. 85, § 2. 




" 286 . . 


" 235 . . 


. G. L. 92. § 100. 




" 287 . . 


" 239, § 1 . 


. G. L. 130, § 75. 




•• 288 . . 


" 239, § 2 . 


. G. L. 130. § 35. 






" 240 . . 


. Part G. L. 218. § 8; part S. 


" 289, § 1 . 




1918. 211, § 1. 




" 290 . . 


" 241 . . 


. S. 1909. 328; R. 1910 


533, 






§5. 




" 293 . . 


" 242 . . 


. G. L. 125, § 21. 




" 296 . . 


" 243, § 1 . 


. PartG. L. 125, §39; part O. 


" 296, § 1 . 


" 243, § 2 . 


. G. L. 127, § 151. 




" 296, § 2 . 


" 244 . . 


. PartG. L. 127, § 135; 
S. 1911,451. § 1. 


part 


" 296, §3 . 


" 248 . . 


. Part G. L. 21S. § 8; part S. 


" 298 . . 




1918.211. § 1. 






" 250 . . 


. S. 1909. 514, § 102; R. 


1909, 


" 299, § 1 . 




514, § 145. 




" 299, § 2 . 


" 251. § 1 . 


. S. 1919, 292, § 4. 






" 251, §2 . 


. G. L. 71, § 47. 




" 299. § 3 . 


" 256 . . 


. G. L. 218, § 11. 




" 299, § 4 . 


" 257 . . 


. G. L. 234, § 3. 




" 301, § 1 . 


" 261, § 1 . 


. G. L. 266. § 30. 






" 261, §2 . 


. O. 




" 301, §3 . 


" 262 . . 


. G. L. 147. § 2. 






" 265, § 1 . 


. S. 1907,442. § 5; 1911 


. 445, 


" 302, §§ 1-3 




§ 1; 1913.791; 191S 


,280, 


" 302, §4 . 




§ 1; 1919.353, §4. 




" 303 . . 


" 266 . . 


. S. 1906. 463. I, § 7; part R. 


" 303, § 1 . 




1906, 463, III, § 158 




" 303, § 3 . 


" 267 . . 


. S. 1906. 463. I. § 6. 




" 304 . . 


" 268, § 1 . 


. S. 1908. 591. § 1. 




" 305 . . 


" 268, §§2, 3 


. S. 1907. 521, §§ 1. 2. 




" 306, §§ 1-3 


" 268, § 4 . 


. S. 1908, 591. § 2. 




■' 309. § 1 . 


" 268, § 5 . 


. S. 1907, 521. § 3. 







G. L. 132, § 12. 

G. L. 246. § 5. 

Part S. 1909, 490, III. § 4; 

part R. 190S, 468. 
S. 1909, 490, III. § 19. 
S. 1907. 246. 
S. 1909. 490. III. § 22. 
S. 1909. 490. III. § 24. 
S. 1909. 490. Ill, § 34. 
S. 1907, 576. § 93; R. 1907. 

576. § 122. 
S. 1909. 490, III, § 35. 
S. 1906, 463, II, § 214, III. 

§ 128; 516, § 17; 1909, 

490, III, § 43. 
S. 1909, 490. III. § 57. 
S. 1909. 490. I, § 93. 
S. 1909, 490. III. § 43. 
S. 1909. 490. Ill, § 57. 
S. 1908, 604, § 20; R. 1908, 

604, § 209. 
Temporary. 
S. 1918. 274, § 2. 
Part G. L. 221, § 6; part S. 

1918. 287, §§ 1, 3. 
G. L. 31, §§8, 9. 
S. 1910, 533, § 3; R. 1910, 

533, § 5. 
S. 1912, 623, § 27; R. 1912, 

623, § 45. 
R. 1913. 413. § 4. 
S. 1913. 413, § 1. 
S. 1909, 261, §§ 2, 3. 
S. 1907, 251, § 1. 
O. 
S. 1906, 463, II. § 169; R. 

1906, 463. II, § 258. 
S. 1909. 514, § 56; R. 1909, 

514. § 145. 
S. 1912, 595. 
O. 
S. 1907, 297, §§ 1-3; R. 1907, 

297, § 4. 
S. 1914, 690, § 1. 
S. 1918. 261, § 1; 263, § 1; 

287, § 1. 
G. L. 127, § 25. 
R. 1909. 371. § 10. 
S. 1909. 371, § 6. 
S. 1909. 371. § 3. 
S. 1907.79. § 1; R. 1907.79, 

§2. 
S. 1907, 560, §352; R. 1907, 

560. § 456. 
G. L. 218. § 1. 
PartG. L. 218. § 6; part S. 

1917, 328. 
O. 

Temporary. 
S. 1909, 421, § 1; R. 1909, 

421, §3. 
S. 1909. 421. § 4; R. 1909. 

421, §3. 
G. L. 127, §§ 117-119. 
G. L. 127, § 123. 
R. 1908, 441, § 4. 
S. 1908, 441, §§ 1. 2. 
S. 1908. 441. § 3. 
G. L. 131, § 24. . 
S. 1913, 795. 
G. L. 31, §31. 
S. 1907. 4S9. § 1; R. 1909. 

504, § 107. 



clxxiv 



DISPOSITION OF STATUTES SINCE THE REVISED LAWS. 



1906, 309, § 2 . . R. 1909, 504, § 107. 
" 311 ... S. 1907, 560, §215; R. 1907, 

560, § 456. 
" .313 . . . S. 1909, 504, § 14; R. 1909, 

504, § 107. 



314, §§1, 


2 . S. 1909, 377, §§1,3; R. 1909, 




377, § 4. 


314, §3 


. o. 


315, § 1 


. S. 1907, 367. 


315, §2 


. S. 1909, 490, I, § 5, cl. 14. 


316 . 


. S. 1909, 504, § 54; R. 1909, 




504, § 107. 


322 . 


. S. 1907, 564, § 2. 


323, § 1 


. G. L. 98, § 51. 


323, § 2 


. Part G. L. 98, § 56; part S. 




1914, 452, § 3. 


324 . 


. G. L. 127, § 123. 


325, § 1 


. S. 1914, 547; 1917, 319; 1918, 




211, § 1; 1919, 362, § 1. 


325, § 2 


. S. 1907, 128, § 1. 


327 . 


. G. L. 130, § 12. 


329 . 


. S. 1907, 261. 


336 . 


. S. 1912, 3, § 4. 


337 . 


. S. 1912, 3, § 4. 


338 . 


. S. 1912, 3, § 4. 


339, §§ 1-^ 


t . S. 1906, 463, III, § 76; R. 




1906, 463, III, § 158. 


341 . 


. G. L. 121, § 14. 


342, § 2 


. S. 1910, 555, § 4. 


342, § 3 


. S. 1911,212, § 1. 


342, § 4 


. Special. 


344, §§1, 


2 . G. L. 240, §§ 27, 28. 


344, § 3 


. S. 1910, 560, § 7. 


345 


. S. 1916, 48. 


346, § 1 


. S. 1909, 440, § 2; 490, III, 




§ 58; 1914, 198, § 7. 


346, § 2 


. S. 1909, 490, III, § 58, 1st 




% 


347, § 1 


. S. 1910, 343. 


347, §§2-^ 


1 . G. L. 167, §§ 38-40. 


349 . 


. S. 1909, 490, III, § 70. 


351 . 


. Part G. L. 218, § 8; part S. 




1918,211, § 1; parte. 


352 . 


. S. 1907, 432, § 1. 


353 . 


. R. 1909, 534, § 31. 


353, §§ 1, 


2 . S. 1909, 534, § 27. 


353, § 3 


. S. 1909, 534, § IS. 


353, § 4 


. S. 1909, 534, § 27. 


355, § 1 


. S. 1913, 488. 


355, § 2 


. G. L. 218, § 63. 


356 . 


. S. 1910, 460, § 1; R. 1910, 




460, § 2. 


365, § 1 


. Part G. L. Ill, §§ 75, 93, 




117, 118; part S. 1907, 




445; 1911, 613. 


365, § 2 


. S. 1915, 12. 


365, § 3 


. G. L. Ill, §97. 


365, § 4 


. G. L. Ill, §94. 


368, § 1 


. O. 


36S, § 2 


. Part S. 1909, 524, §§ 5, 7; 




part 0. 


36S, § 3 


. . O. 


369, § 1 


. G. L. 92, § 5. 


369, §§2, 


3 . G. L. 92, § 6. 


369, §§4, 


5 . G. L. 92, §§7,8. 


370 . 


. S. 1909, 514, § 128; R. 1909, 




614, § 145. 


371 . 


. . S. 1907, 215. 


372 . 


. . G. L. 155, § 11; 181, § 19. 


373 . 


. . S. 1908, 604, § 103; R. 1908, 




604, § 209. 


374 . 


. . S. 1917, 36. 


375 . 


. . S. 1907, 433. 



1906, 377 




" 383 




" 384, 


§§1,2 


" 384, 


§§3,4 


" 385, 


§1 . 


" 385, 


§2 . 


" 385, 


§3 . 


. " 3S5, 


§4 . 


" 385, 


§5 . 


" 385. 


§6 . 


•■ 385, 


§7 . 


'• 385, 


§8 . 


" 386, 


§1 . 


•' 386, 


§2 . 



386, §§3,4 



386, 


§5 


386, 


§6 


387, 


§1 


387, 


§2 


387, 


§3 


387, 


§§^ 


389, 


§1 


389, 


§2 


390 




390, 


§§ 


390, 


§5 


392 




395, 


§1 


396 





398, § 1 



,399, 
399, 



§1 



402, § ; 



402, 


§§3- 


403 




404, 


§1 


407, 


§§1. 


407, 


§3 


407, 


§4 


408, 


§1 


408, 


§2 


408, 


§3 


408, 


§4 


411 




412 




412, 


§1 


412, 


§2 


412, 


§§3, 


412, 


§5 


412, 


§§6, 


412, 


§8 


412, 


19 


413, 


§§1, 


413, 


§3 


413, 


§4 


413, 


§§5, 


413, 


§7 


413, 


§8 



S. 1908, 590, §§ 16, 17; R. 

1908, 590, § 69. 
S. 1913, 779, §§ 1, 2. 
G. L. 140, § 198. 
G. L. 140, §§ 199, 200. 
S. 1918, 266, §§ 1, 2. 
S. 1916, 160, § 1. 
G. L. 69, §§ 13, 21. 
G. L. 69, §§ 14, 21. 
G. L. 69, §§ 15, 22. 
S. 1920, 201. 
Part G. L. 15, § 15; 69, 

§§ 2, 12; part S. 1918, 

266, §§ 2, 3. 

o. 

S. 1907, 259, § 1. 

S. 1907, 259, § 1; R. 1907, 

259 § 3. 
S. 1910, 387, § 2; R. 1910, 

387, § 11. 
S. 1910, 387, § 4; R. 1910, 

387, § 11. 
PartG. L. 94, §217; part S. 

1910, 387, §§ 5, 9. 
S. 1907, 465, § 1. 
S. 1912, 531, § 1. 
O. 

S. 1907, 465, § 28. 
S. 1913, 779, § 6; R. 1913, 

779, § 25. 
O. 

R. 1909, 514, § 145. 
S. 1909, 514, §§ 121-124. 
S. 1909, 514, § 126. 
S. 1908, 529, § 4; R. 1914, 

742, § 199. 
S. 1920, 630, § 8. 
S. 1907, 576, § 32, cl. 4; R. 

1907, 576, § 122. 
S. 1909, 283, § 1; R. 1912, 

333, § 2. 
S. 1907, 213; R. 1913, 205. 
Part S. 1911, 731, § 1; R. 

1913, 205. 
Special. 
Part S. 1920, 443, §§ 1, 3-5; 

part Special. 
Special. 

G. L. 272, § 59. 
S. 1907, 349. 
G. L. 10, § 15. 
G. L. 11, § 10. 
Temporary. 
S. 1907, 377, § 1. 
S. 1911,358, § 1. 
S. 1909, 287, § 2. 
G. L. 169, § 17. 
S. 1914, 742, § 114; R. 1914. 

742, § 199. 
R. 1909, 534, § 31. 
S. 1909, 534, § 16. 
S. 1909, 534, § 1. 
S. 1908, 648, §§ 6, 7. 
S. 1907, 408. 
S. 1909, 534, § 23. 
S. 1907, 580, § 1. 
S. 1909. 534, § 17. 
G. L. 119, §§ 52, 53. 
G. L. 119, §§ 54, 66. 
G. L. 119, §55. 
S. 1916, 243, §§ 1, 2. 
G. L. 119, §57. 
S. 1916, 243, § 3. 



DISPOSITION OF STATUTES SINCE THE REVISED LAWS. 



clxxv 



1906, 413, 
413, 
413, 
413, 
413, 
414 

415 
416 
417 



421, 
421, 
421, 
421, 
423 
423, 
425, 
427 



§11 
§12 
§13 
§14 



§1 

§2 
§3 
§4 

§§1-3 
§1 



433, § 1 



433, 
433, 
433, 
433, 
433, 
433, 
433, 



433, 
433, 
433, 
433, 
434, 
435 
435, 
435, 

435, 
435, 
435, 
435, 
435, 



§9 . . 
§§ 10, 11 
§12 
§13 
§§1-3 



436, § 1 

436, § 2 
437 . 



440 
444 
444, 
444, 
444, 
444, 
444, 
444, 
444, 
444, 
444, 
444, 
444, 
444, 
444, 
449, 



449, 
450 
451 



§2 

§3 

§4 

§5 

§6 

§7 

§8 

§9 

§10 

§11 

§12 

§13 

§1 

§2 



G. L. 119, §§ 59, 60. 

G. L. 119, §§ 61, 74. 

G. L. 119, § 62. 

S. 1916, 243, § 4. 

S. 1912, 187. 

S. 1907, 373, § 2; R. 1915, 

259, § 13. 
G. L. 46, § 17. 
S. 1913, 738. 
S. 1910, 401, § 1; R. 1910, 

401, § 2. 
S. 1909, 504, § 32; R. 1909, 

504, § 107. 
S. 1910, 497, § 2. 
S. 1911, 423. 
O. 

S. 1907, 517, § 2. 
R. 190S, 604, § 209. 
S. 1908, 604, §§ 93-95. 
S. 1907, 364. 
S. 1907, 193; R. 1909, 514, 

§ 145. 
S. 1913, 784, §§ 2, 3; 1917. 

344, I, § 1. 
S. 1913, 784, § 9. 
R. 1913, 784, § 3. 
G. L. 159, § 43. 
Part G. L. 159, § 24; part 0. 
G. L. 159, § 39. 
G. L. 25, § 5. 
Part G. L. 166, § 11; part S. 

1913, 784, § 3; 1917, 122, 

§1. 
G. L. 166, § 12. 
S. 1913, 784, §§ 11, 12. 
G. L. 166, § 43. 
G. L. 159, § 42. 
R. 1915, 72. 
R. 1909, 514, § 145. 
S. 1909, 514, § 1. 
S. 1907, 135, § 1; 1908, 485, 

§1. 
S. 1908, 485, §§1,2. 
S. 1909, 514, § 4. 
S. 1908,485, §§4, 5. 
S. 1908, 485, § 3. 
S. 1907, 135, § 1; R. 1907, 

135, § 2. 
S. 1907, 563, § 1; part R. 

1907, 563, § 26. 
Temporary. 
S. 1908, 534, § 1; R. 1908, 

534, § 2. 
S. 1914, 491. 
R. 1907, 560, § 456. 
S. 1907, 429, § 15. 
S. 1907, 560, § 117. 
S. 1907, 560, § 142. 
S. 1907, 429, § 6. 
S. 1907, 560, § 173. 
S. 1907, 560, § 191. 
S. 1907, 560, § 65. 
S. 1907, 560, § 266. 
S. 1907, 560, § 170. 
S. 1907, 560, § 270. 
S. 1907, 560, § 300. 
S. 1907, 560, § 70. 
S. 1907, 560, § 410. 
S. 1913, 736, § 1; R. 1913, 

736, § 2. 
G. L. 218, § 69. 
S. 1913, 726. 
S. 1910, 534, § 1. 



1906, 452, § 1 . 
452, § 2 . 
457 . . 
460, §§1,2 

460, § 3 . 
460, § 4 , . 

460, § 5 . 
463, I, § 1 



463, I 
463, I 

463, I 
463, I 
463, I 



463, I 
463, I 
463, I 
463,1 
463,1 

12 
463, I 
463,1 
463, I 
463, I 
463, I 

18 
463, I 
463,1 



§7 



§13 
§14 
§15 
§16 



§§ 21, 



G. L. 185, § 40. 

G. L. 201, § 34. 

G. L. 92, § 26. 

S. 1910,439, §§2, 4;R. 1910, 

439, § 6. 
G. L. 12, § 20. 
S. 1910, 439, § 5; R. 1910, 

439, § 6. 
G. L. 12, § 21. 
Part G. L. 25, § § 3, 6, 7 ; part 

S. 1911, 681; 1913, 784, 

§§1.9. 
S. 1910, 401, § 1. 
S. 1909, 4U0, III, § 9; R. 

1913, 784, § 8. 
R. 1913, 784, § 8. 
G. L. 159, § 43. 
PartG. L. 159, §22; part S. 

1911, 755, §§ 1, 2; 1913, 

784, § 2. 
S. 1913, 784, § 2. 
G. L. 159, § 39. 
S. 1909, 343. 
PartG. L. 159, §24; part O. 

G. L. 159, §§ 29, 30. 
S. 1913, 784, § 11. 
G. L. 159, § 38. 
S. 1913, 784, § 11. 
G. L. 159, § 35. 

G. L. 159, § 31. 
G. L. 159, § 42. 
PartG. L. 159, §32; part S. 
1917, 122, § 1. 



463, I, 


§23 . 


S. 1908, 542, § 1. 


463, I, 


§24 . 


G. L. 159, § 60. 


463, I, 


§25 . 


S. 1908, 542, § 2. 


463, I, 


§§ 26- 




33 




G. L. 159, §§62-69. 


463, I, 


§34 : 


S. 1914, 722, § 1. 


463, I, 


§35 . 


G. L. 159, § 73. 


463, I, 


§36 . 


S. 1918, 257, § 204; 285 


463, I, 


§37 . 


S. 1908, 390, § 1. 


463,1 


§38 . 


S. 1912, 156. 


463,1 


§39 . 


S. 1908, 390, § 2. 


463, I, 


§40 . 


G. L. 159, § 79. 


463,1 


§41 . 


S. 1910, 544. 


463,1 


§42 . 


Special. 


463,1 


§43 . 


S. 1909, 358. 


463,1 


§44 . 


Special. 


463, I 


§45 . 


G. L. 159, § 82. 


463, I 


§§ 46- 




50 




G. L. 159, §§ 86-90. 


463, I, 


§ 51 .■ 


S. 1918, 257, § 364. 


463, I, 


§§ 52, 




53 




G. L. 159, §§ 92, 93. 


463, I, 


§54 .■ 


S. 1914, 423. 


463, I, 


§55 . 


G. L. 159, § 95. 


463, I, 


§56 . 


S. 1913, 784, § 13. 


463, I, 


§57 . 


G. L. 159, § 29. 


463, I, 


§58 . 


G. L. 159, § S3. 


463, I, 


§§ 59. 




60 




G. L. 159, §§ 55, 56. 


463, I, 


§61 '. 


G. L. 223, § 43. 


463, I, 


§62 . 


G. L. 159, § 28. 


463, I, 


§63 . 


S. 1907, 392. 


463, I, 


§64 . 


G. L. 159, § 101. 


463, I, 


§§ 65, 




66 




G. L. 159, §§ 103, 104. 


463, I, 


§67 '. 


S. 1907, 585, § 7. 



clxxvi 



DISPOSITION OF STATUTES SINCE THE REVISED LAWS. 



1906, 463 


I, 


§69 


•■ 463 


II 


§1 


" 463 


II 


§2 


■' 463 


II 


§§3-1 


" 463 


II 


§17 


" 463 


II 


§18 


" 463 


II 


§§19- 


3 






" 463, 


II 


§32 . 


" 463, 


11. 


§33 . 


" 463, 


II, 


§34 . 


" 463, 


II, 


§§35- 


37 . 




•' 463, 


II. 


§38 .' 


•' 463, 


II, 


§§39, 



40 . . 
463,11, §41 



463, II, 
463, II, 
463, II. 
463, II, 
463, II, 
47 . 
463, II, 

463. II, 
463. II, 

463, II, 
56 . 

463, II, 
62 . 

463, II, 

463. II. 

463, II. 

463, II, 

463. II, 

463, II, 

463, II, 

70 . 

463, II, 
463, II, 
463. II, 
463. II, 
463, II, 
463. II, 
463, II, 
463, II. 
463, II. 
81 . 
463. II. 
463. II. 
463. II. 
463, II. 
463, II, 
463, II. 



§42 
§43 

§44 
§45 
§§ 46, 

§48 



§50 

§§51- 

§§57- 

§63 
§64 
§65 
§66 

§67 
§68 



§72 
§73 
§74 
§75 
§76 
§77 
§78 



§82 
§83 
§84 
§85 
§86 
§87 



O. 

G. L. 160, § 1. 
PartG. L. 160. §2; part O. 
i G. L. 160. §§ 3-16. 
G. L. 160, § IS. 
G. L. 160, § 17. 

G. L. 160. §§ 19-31. 
PartG. L. 160, § 32; part S. 

1918, 257, § 365. 
G. L. 160, § 33. 
G. L. 155, § 15. 

G. L. 160, §§ 34-36. 
G. L. 155, § 21. 

G. L. 160, §§ 37, 38. 

Part G. L. 155, § 46; part S. 

1910, 171, §§ 1,3; part R. 

1910, 171, § 24. 
G. L. 155, § 22. 
G. L. 155, § 42. 
G. L. 155, § 47. 
G. L. 160, §§ 39, 40. 

G. L. 160, §§ 41. 42. 

S. 1912,725,11, §5;R. 1913, 

784, § 16. 
G. L. 160, § 49. 
S. 1913, 784, § 15; R. 1913, 

784, § 16. 

G. L. 160. §§ 50-55. 

G. L. 160. §§ 64-69. 

G. L. 160, § 56. 

S. 1918, 257, § 366. 

S. & R. 1913, 784, § 16. 

S. 1912,725,11, §4;R. 1913, 

784. § 16. 
G. L. 160, § 252. 
S. 1913, 784, § 16. 

S. 1908,636, §§1,2;R. 1919, 

333, § 24. 
G. L. 160, §§ 76, 252. 
G. L. 160, § 77. 
S. 1912, 725. II, § 2. 
S. 1918, 257, § 187, subs. 3. 
G. L. 160, § 79. 
Part G. L. 160, § 86; part O. 
G. L. 160, § 85. 
S. 1915, 157, § 2. 



463, II, § 88 



463. II, 
463, II, 

463, II. 
463, II, 
463, II, 

463. II, 
463, II, 



§90 . 

§91 . 

§92 . 

§93 . 

§94 . 

§95 . 



G. L. 160, § 
G. L. 160, §i 
S. 1912, 72.5. 
S. 1918, 257, 
S. 1918, 257, 
S. 1918, 257, 
S. 1918, 257, 

41. 
S. 1918, 257, 

39. 
S. 1918, 257. 
Part G. L. 

•tart O. 
S. 1918, 257, 
G. L. 160, § 
S. 1918, 257, 

14. 
S. 1918, 257, 
S. 1918, 257, 



§ 87-89. 
j 75, 252. 

II, § 3. 

§ 187, subs. 7. 

§ 187, subs. 40. 

§ 187, subs. 39. 

§ 187, subs. 14, 

§ 187, subs. 38, 

§ 187. subs. 22. 
160. §§ 81, 90; 

§ 187, subs. 40. 
81. 
§ 187, subs. 11, 

§ 187, subs. 20. 
§ 187, subs. 24. 



1906, 463, II 


§§ 96, 




97 




S. 1918. 257. § 187, subs. 32, 
33. 


" 463, II 


§98 . 


S. 1918, 257, § 187, subs. 19. 


" 463, II 


§99 . 


S. 1918, 257, § 187, subs. 18. 


" 463, II 


§ 100 


S. 1918, 257, § 187, subs. 17. 


" 463, II 


§§101, 




102 




G. L. 160, §§ 91, 92. 


" 463, II 


§ 103' 


G. L. 160, §§ 93, 252. 


" 463, II 


§ 104 


G. L. 160, § 94. 


" 463, II 


§ 105 


G. L. 160, §§ 95, 252. 


" 463, II 


§ 106 


G. L. 160, §§96, 252. 


" 463, II 


§107 


G. L. 160, § 97. 


" 463, II 


§108 


G. L. 160, §§ 98, 252. 


" 463, II 


§109 


G. L. 160, § 100. 


" 463, II 


§ 110 


S. 1918, 257, § 206. 


" 463, II 


§§111- 




113 




G. L. 160, §§ 102-104. 


" 463, II 


§ 114' 


S. 1918, 257, §207; 285. 


" 463, II 


§115 


G. L. 160, § 106. 


" 463, II, 


§ 116 


S. 1907, 315. 


" 463, II, 


§ 117 


G. L. 160, § 108. 


" 463, II, 


§118 


G. L. 160, §§ 100, 252. 


" 463, II, 


§ 119 


0. 


•■ 463, II, 


§§120- 




126 




G. L. 160, §§ 109-115. 


■• 463, II, 


§§127- 




142 . 




G. L. 160, §§ 118-133. 


" 463, II, 


§ 143' 


S. 1913, 161. 


" 463, II, 


§§144- 




150 




G. L. 160, §§ 135-141. 


" 4'63, II 


§ 151' 


G. L. 160, § 147. 


" 463, II 


§ 152 


G. L. 160, §§ 148, 252. 


" 463, II, 


§ 153 


G. L. 160, §§ 149, 252. 


" 463, II 


§§154, 




155 




G. L. 160, §§ 150, 151. 


" 463, II 


§ 156 


G. L. 160, §§ 152, 252. 


•' 463, II, 


§157 


S. 1910, 355. 


" 463, II, 


§§ 158. 




159 . 




G. L. 160, §§ 154, 155. 


" 463. II, 


§160 


G. L. 160, §§ 156, 252. 


" 463, II, 


§§161- 




166 . 




G. L. 160, §§ 157-162. 


" 463, II, 


§ 167' 


S. 1909, 514, § 143; R. 1909, 
514, § 145. 


" 463, II, 


§ 168 


S. 1917,41. 


" 463, II, 


§§169- 




172 . 




G. L. 160, §§ 164-167. 


" 463, II, 


§173' 


S. 1909, 348. 


" 463, II, 


§§174- 




177 . 




G. L. 160, §§ 169-172. 


" 463, II, 


§§'l78, 




179 . 




G. L. 160, §§ 177, 178. 


'■ 463, II, 


§ 180' 


G. L. 160, § 176. 


" 463, II, 


§181 


G. L. 160, § 186. 


" 463, II, 


§ 182 


G. L. 160, § 188. 


" 463, II. 


§ 183 


S. 1908, 649, § 2; R. 1908, 
649, § 3. 


" 463, II, 


§184 


G. L. 160, § 187. 


" 463, II, 


§ 185 


G. L. 160, § 196. 


" 463, II, 


§186 


G. L. 160, § 194. 


" 463, II, 


§ 187 


G. L. 160, § 197. 


" 463, II, 


§ 188 


Part G. L. 160, § 198; part 

0. 
G. L. 160, §§ 193, 252. 


" 463, II, 


§189 


■' 463, II, 


§190 


G. L. 160, § 199. 


" 463, II, 


§ 191 


G. L. 160, § 173. 


" 463, II, 


§§192- 




196 . 




G. L. 160. §§ 201-205. 


" 463, II, 


§ 197' 


G. L. 160, §§ 206, 252. 


" 463, II, 


§§198- 




200 




G. L. 160, §§ 207-209. 


" 463, II. 


§201 


G. L. 160, §211. 



DISPOSITION OF STATUTES SINCE THE REVISED LAWS. 



clxxv'ii 



1906,463,11, §§202, 




1906,463,111, §41 . 


S. 1907. 402, § 1; R. 


1907 


203 . . . 


S. 1910, 633, §§ 1, 2. 




402, § 2. 




" 463, II, § 204 


G. L. 160, § 214. 


" 463, III, §42. 


S. 1910, 551. 




" 463, II, §§205- 




" 463, III, §§ 43- 






20S . . . 


G. L. 160, §§58-61. 


49 . . . 


G. L. 161, §§55-61. 




" 463, II, § 209 


S. 1907, 585, § 8. 


" 463,111, §50. 


S. 1917, 344, II, § 59. 




" 463, II, '§ 210 


G. L. 160, § 63. 


" 463, III, § §51- 






" 463, II, § 211 


S. 1909. 490, III, § 40. 


57 . . . 


G. L. 161, §§ 62-68. 




" 463, II, § 212 


S. 1909, 439, § 2; 490, III, 


" 463, III, §58. 


S. 1919, 333, § 16. 






§41. 


'■ 463, III, §59. 


S. 1914, 742, § 92; R. 


1914 


" 463, II, § 213 


S. 1909, 490, III, § 42. 




742, § 199. 




" 463, II, § 214 


S. 1909, 490, III, § 43; 513, 


" 463.III, §§60- 








§1. 


62 . . . 


S. 1914, 742, §§ 109-111; R 


" 463, II, § 215 


S. 1909, 439, § 4; 490, III, 




1914, 742, § 199. 






§45. 


" 463. III. § 63 . 


R. 1914, 742, § 199. 




" 463, II, §§ 216, 




" 463, III, §§64, 






217 . . . 


S. 1909, 490, III, §§ 64, 
65. 


65 . . . 
" 463,111, §§ 66- 


S. 1909, 417, §§ 2, 3. 




" 463, II, §§21S, 




68 . . . 


G. L. 161, §§ 77-79. 




219 . . . 


G. L. 159, §§ 96, 97. 


" 463, III, §69. 


Part G. L. 161, §80; part O 


" 463. II, § 220 


G. L. 159, § 99. 


" 463, III, §70. 


S. 1909, 417, § 4. 




" 463, II. § 221 


G. L. 159, § 98. 


" 463,111, §71 . 


G. L. 161, § 82. 




" 463, II, § 222 


G. L. 159, § 100. 


•• 463. Ill, §72. 


S. 1917, 344, I, § 29. 




" 463, II, §§223- 




" 463,111, §§73- 






225 . . . 


G. L. 160, §§ 215-217. 


81 . . . 


G. L. 161, §§ 83-91. 




■' 463, II, §§226, 




" 463, III, §82. 


S. 1911, 290. 




227 . . . 


G. L. 155, §§50, 51. 


" 463, III, §§83, 






" 463, II, § 228 


Part G. L. 155, § 52; part S. 


84 . . . 


G. L. 161, §§ 93, 94. 






1919, 333, § 12. 


" 463, III, §85. 


G. L. 206. § 102. 




" 463, II, §§229- 




" 463, III, §86. 


G.L. 161, §95. 




231 . . . 


G.L. 155, §§53-55. 


" 463,111, §87. 


G. L. 272, § 43. 




" 463, II, §§232, 




" 463, III, §§88, 






233 . . . 


G. L. 160, §§218, 219. 


89 . . . 


G. L. 161, §§96,97. 




" 463, II, § 234 


S. 1909, 233, § 1. 


" 463, III, §90. 


S. 1911, 345. 




" 463, II, §§235- 




" 463, III, §§91, 






247 . . . 


G. L. 160, §§ 222-2.34. 


92 . . . 


G. L. 161, §§ 100, 101. 




" 463, II. § 248 


S. 1909, 502, § 1; 1917, 122, 


" 463, III, §93. 


Special. 






§3. 


" 463, III, §94. 


G. L. 161, § 102. 




" 463, II, §§249- 




" 463, III, §95. 


S. 1909, 514, § 46; R. 


1912 


251 . , . 


G. L. 160, §§ 243-245. 




533, § 1. 




" 463, II, § 252 


S. 1912, 375. 


" 463,111, §§96, 






" 463, II, §§253- 




97 . . . 


G. L. 161, §§ 104, 105. 




257 . . . 


G. L. 160, §§247-251. 


" 463, III, §98. 


G. L. 161, § 107. 




" 463. II. § 259 . 


O. 


" 463, III, §99. 


S. 1906, 479 ; R. 1908, 530, § 2. 


" 463, III, §§1-6 


G. L. 161, §§ 1-6. 


" 463, III, §§100 






" 463, III, §7 . 


S. 1909, 417, § 1. 


101 . . . 


G. L. 161, §§ 109, 110. 




" 463, III, §§ 8- 




" 463, III, § 102 


G. L. 161, § 113. 




12 . . . 


G. L. 161. §§ 8-12. 


" 463, III, § 103 


Amended 1910, 536; 


3. L. 


" 463, III, § 13 . 


S. 1909, 417, § 5. 




161, § 25. 




" 463, III. §14. 


G. L. 161, § 14. 


" 463, III, §104 


G. L. 161, § 27. 




" 463,111, §15 . 


G. L. 155, § 15. 


" 463,111, §105 


G. L. 161, § 36. 




" 463,111, §§ 16- 




" 463,111, §106 


S. 1918, 257, § 368. 




18 . . . 


G. L. 161, §§ 15-17. 


•■ 463, III, §107 


G. L. 161, § 28. 




" 463, III, § 19 . 


G. L. 155, § 21. 


" 463,111, §108 


S. 1914, 671. 




" 463, III, §§20, 




" 463, III, §§109 






21 . . . 


G. L. 161, §§ 18, 19. 


110 . . . 


G. L. 161, §§ 30, 31. 




" 463,111, §22 . 


Part G. L. 155, § 46; part S. 


" 463, III, §§111 








1910, 171, §§1,3; partR. 


112 . . . 


S. 1908, 6.36, §§1,2;R. 


1919, 




1910, 171, § 24. 




333, § 24. 




" 463, III, §23. 


G. L. 155, § 22. 


" 463,111, §113 


G. L. 161, § 129. 




'■ 463,111, §24. 


G. L. 155, § 42. 


" 463, III, §114 


Part S. 1918, 257, § 


187, 


" 463, III, §25. 


G. L. 155, § 47. 




subs. 3; part 0. 




" 463, III, §26. 


G. L. 161, § 20. 


" 463, III, §§115 






" 463, III, §27. 


G. L. 161, §§ 21, 22. 


116 . . . 


G. L. 161, §§ 130, 131. 




" 463, III, §§28, 




" 463, III, §§117 






29 . . . 


G. L. 161, §§ 23, 24. 


118 . . . 


G. L. 159, §§96, 97. 




" 463, III, §§ 30- 




" 463,111, §119 


G. L. 159, § 99. 




33 . . . 


G. L. 161, §§ 38-41. 


" 463,111, §120 


G. L. 159, § 98. 




" 463,111, §34. 


S. 1915, 133. 


" 463, III, §121 


G. L. 159, § 100. 




" 463,111, §35. 


G. L. 161, § 43. 


" 463, III, §§122- 






" 463, III, §36. 


G. L. 161, § 46. 


124 . . . 


G. L. 161, §§ 132-134. 




" 463,111, § §37- 




" 463, III, § 125 


S. 1909, 490, III, § 40 


502, 


40 . . . 


G. L. 161, §§49-52. 




§3. 





clxxviii 



DISPOSITION OF STATUTES SINCE THE KEVISED LAWS. 



906, 463, III 


§126 


S. 1909, 439, § 2; 490, III, 


1906, 493 








§41. 


" 494 


§1 . . 


" 46.3, III 


§127 


S. 1909, 490, III, § 42. 


" 497 


§§1-3 . 


" 463, III 


§128 


S. 1909, 490, III, § 43; 513, 


" 497 


§4 . . 






§2. 


" 497, 


§5 . . 


•' 463, III 


§129 


S. 1909, 439, § 4; 490, III, 










§45. 


" 497, 


§6 . . 


•' 463, III 


§130 


S. 1909, 502, § 4. 


" 497, 


§7 . . 


" 463,111 


§§131 




" 497, 


§8 . . 


132 . 




S. 1909, 490, III, §§ 64, 65. 


" 497, 


§§9,10 . 


" 463, III 


§§133 


- 


" 497, 


§11 . . 


136 . 




S. 1909, 490, III, §§47^50. 


" 497, 


§§ 12-20 


" 463, III 


§137 


S. 1907, 318. 


" 497, 


§21 . . 


" 463, III, 


§§138 




" 497, 


§22 . . 


139 . 




G. L. 155, §§ 50, 51. 


" 497, 


§23 . . 


" 463, III, 


§140 


PartG. L. 155, § 52; part S. 
1919, 333, § 13. 


" 499, 


§§1-5 . 


" 463, III, 


§§141 




" 501, 


§1 . . 


143 . 




G. L. 155, §§ 53-55. 


" 501, 


§2 . . 


" 463,111, 


§144 


G. L. 161, § 135. 


" 501, 


§§3,4 . 


■■ 463,111, 


§145 


Part G. L. 161. § 136; part O. 


" 501, 


§5 . . 


■• 463,111, 


§146 


G. L. 161, § 137. 


" 501, 


§6 . . 


•■ 463, III, 


§§147 




" 502, 


§§1.2 . 


148 . 




S. 1908, 590, § 68, cl. 5; R. 


" 502, 


§§3,4 . 






1908, 590, § 69. 


" 502, 


§5 . . 


" 463, III, 


§149 


S. 1908, 590, § 68, cl. 13; R. 
1908, 590, § 69. 


" 502, 


§6 . . 


" 463, III, 


§150 


S. 1908, 590, § 68, o!. 8 (e) ; 


" 502, 


§7 . . 






R. 1908, 590, § 69. 


" 503, 


§1 . . 


" 463, III, 


§151 


S. 1917, 122, § 4. 






" 463,111, 


§152 


S. 1913, 784, § 12. 


" 503, 


§2 . . 


" 463, III, 


§§153- 




" 503, 


§3 . . 


155 . 




G. L. 161, §§ 139-141. 


" 504 




" 463,111, 


§156 


G. L. 159, § 39. 


" 504, 


§i '■ '■ 


" 463,111, 


§157 


G. L. 161, § 142. 


■■ 504, 


§2 . . 


" 463. Ill, 


§§159 




" 504, 


§3 . . 


160 . 




O. 


" 504, 


§4 . . 


" 465 . 




Part G. L. 13, § 3; part S. 


" 504, 


§5 . . 






1910, 204, § 1; 1919, 350, 


" 504, 


§6 . . 






§ 66; part R. 1910, 204, 










§2. 


" 504, 


§7 . . 


•• 468 . 




PartG. L. 218, § 53; part S. 


" 504, 


§8 . . 






1913, 726. 


" 504, 


§9 . . 


" 469 . 




S. 1908, 604, § 140; R. 1908, 










604, § 209. 


" 504, 


§10 . . 


" 470 . 




Part G. L. 221, § 76; part S. 


" 504, 


§§ 11, 12 






1919, 267, § 2. 


" 504, 


§13 . . 


" 471 . 




S. 1909, 504, § 49; R. 1909, 


" 504, 


§14 . . 






504, § 107. 


" 604, 


§15 . . 


" 472 . 




S. 1909,504, § 105; R. 1909, 


" 505 








504, § 107. 


" 505, 


§i '. '. 


" 474 . 




8.1910,540, §§1,2;R. 1910, 


■' 505, 


§2 . . 






540, § 3. 


■• 505, 


§3 . . 


" 476 . 




S. 1913, 697, §§1.5;R. 1913, 


" 505, 


§4 . . 






697, § 4. 


" 505, 


§5 . . 


" 479 . 




S. 1908, 530, § 1; R. 1908, 


■• 505, 


§6 , . 






530, § 2. 


" 505, 


§7 . . 


" 480 . 




S. 1918, 275, § 1. 


" 508 


(except 


" 481 . 




G. L. 51, § 1. 


§§9-11) . 


" 482 . 




S. 1908, 477, § 1; R. 1908, 


" 508, 


§1 . . 






477, § 4. 


■' 508, 


§2 . . 


■' 4S7, § 1 




G. L. 29, § 32. 


" 508, 


§3 . . 


" 489, § 1 




G. L. 218, § 57. 


" 508, 


§4 . . 


" 489, § 2 




G. L. 21.8, §§ 58, 59. 


" 508, 


§5 . . 


" 489, § 3 




Part G. L. 218, § 59; part S. 


" 508, 


§6 . . 






1918, 178; 1919, 255. 


" 508, 


§7 . . 


" 489, § 4 




G. L.77, §11; 218, §§57,59, 


" 508, 


§8 . . 






60. 


" 508, 


§§9-11 . 


" 489, § 5 




S. 1916, 243, § 2. 


" 508, 


§12 . . 


" 489, § 6 




PartG. L. 276, §§86,91,94, 


" 508, 


§14 . . 






95; parts. 1915,254, § 1. 


" 508, 


§15 .!. . 


" 489, § 7 




G. L. 119, §69. 


" 508, 


§16 . . 


" 489, § 8 




G. L. 119, § 68. 


" 508, 


§17 . . 



S. 1909, 490, I, § 5, el. 15. 

S. 1907, 170. 

S. 1916, 270, §§ 1-3. 

S. 1916, 270, §§ 2, 4, 5. 

Part S. 1916, 270, §§ 5-7, 11; 

part O. 
S. 1916, 270, §§ 7, 8, 10. 
S. 1916, 270, § 9. 
S. 1916, 270, §§ 7, 10. 
S. 1916, 270, §§ 11, 12. 
Special. 

S: 1916, 270, §§ 14-22. 
Special. 

S. 1916, 270, § 24. 
Special. 
S. 1909, 514, §§ 61-65; R. 

1909, 514, § 145. 
S. 1909, ISO. 
S. 1911, 456, § 2. 
S. 1911,456, §§5, 6. 
S. 1911, 456, § 3. 
O. 

S. 1910, 257, §§ 1, 2. 
G. L. 71, §§ 55, 56. 
G. L. 71, §§ 56, 57. 
Part G. L. 71, §§ 57, 58; 

part S. 1908, 189. 
R. 1908, 412. 
Part G. L. 13, §§ 26, 28; 

part O. 
S. 1918, 257, § 295. 
G. L. 112, § 57. 
R. 1908, 604, § 209. 
S. 1908, 604, §§ 20, 39. 
S. 1908, 604, § 38. 
S. 1908, 604, §§ 25, 26. 
S. 1908, 604, § 31. 
S. 1908, 604, § 90. 
S. 1907, 305, § 2; 1908, 604, 

§§ 95-99. 
S. 1908, 604, § 106. 
S. 1908, 604, § 115. 
S. 1907, 526, §§ 2-14; 1908, 

604, § 129. 
S. 1908, 604, § 161. 
S. 1908, 604, §§ 173, 174. 
S. 1908, 604, § 177. 
S. 1908, 604, § 193. 
S. 1908, 604, § 198. 
R. 1911, 471, § 11. 
S. 1909, 457, §§ 1-3. 
Part S. 1911, 471, § 2. 
Part S. 1911, 471, §§ 3, 4. 
S. 1911,471, §5. 
S. 1909, 540. 
S. 1911,471, §2. 
G. L. 75, § 15. 

R. 1909, 504, § 107. 

S. 1907, 421; 1909, 504, § 15. 

S. 1909, 504, §§ 17, 18. 

Part S. 1909, 504, § 20. 

S. 1909, 504, § 16. 

S. 1909, 504, § 23. 

S. 1909,504, §§ 18, 26. 

S. 1909, 504, § 95. 

S. 1909, 504, § 27. 

Temporary. 

S. 1909, 504, §§ 48, 63. 

S. 1909, 504, § 61. 

S. 1909, 504, §§ 62, 76. 

S. 1909, 504, § 64. 

S. 1909, 504, § 82. 



DISPOSITION OF STATUTES SINCE THE REVISED LAWS. 



clxxix 



1906, 516, 


§§1- 


5 . G. L. 162, §§ 3-7. 


1907. 140 




" 516, 


§§6, 


7 . S. 1907, 428, §§ 1, 2. 


•• 145. 


§1 ; ; 


" 516, 


§§8, 


3 . G. L. 162, §§ 10, 11. 


" 145, 


§2 . . 


" 516, 


§§ 10 


11 G. L. 162, §§ 14, 15. 


" 158 




" 516, 


§§ 12 


13 S. 1907,428, §§3,4. 


" 159 




" 516, 


§14 


. S. 1909, 490, III. § 40. 


" 163 




" 516, 


§15 


. S. 1909, 439. § 2; 490, III, 
§41. 


" 164 




" 516, 


§16 


. S. 1909, 490, III, § 42. 


" 165, 


§§1.2 . 


" 516, 


§17 


. S. 1909. 490. III. §43; 513, 
§3. 


" 166 




" 516, 


§18 


. S. 1909, 490. III. § 44. 






" 516, 


§19 


. S. 1909. 439, § 4; 490, III, 
§45. 


" 169, 


§1 . . 


" 516, 


§§ 20 


21 S. 1909,490,111, §§64, 65. 


" 169. 


§2 . . 


" 516, 


§§ 2: 


-26 S. 1909, 490, III, §§ 47-51. 


" 169, 


§3 . . 


" 516, 


§27 


. G. L. 162, § 1. 


" 170 




" 517 




. R. 1909, 514. § 145. 


" 173 




" 517, 


§§1, 


2 . S. 1907.269, §§1,2. 






" 517, 


§3 


. S. 1909, 514, § 39. 


" 176 




'■ 517, 


§4 


. S. 1907, 269, § 3. 


" 177 




" 517, 


§5 


. S. 1909, 514. § 41. 


■' 179 




" 521, 


§1 


. S. 1911. 619. 


" 180 




" 521, 


§2 


. Temporary. 


" 181 




" 522, 


§1 


. S. 1909. 410. 


" 183 




" 522, 


§2 


. S. 1907, 465, § 16. 


" 186, 


§1 : .' 


" 522, 


§3 


. S. 1907, 465, §§ 16, 28. 


" 186, 


§§2,3 . 


1907, 26 




. G. L. 212, § 14. 


" 189 




43 




. S. 1909. 468. § 1. 


" 190 




54, 


§1 


. S. 1908, 636, § 1; R. 1908, 


" 191, 


§1 ^ ; 






536, § 3. 


" 191, 


§2 . . 


54, 


§2 


. S. 1908, 536. § 2; 1909, 483, 


" 191, 


§3 . . 






§ 8; R. 1908, 536, § 3; 


" 191, 


§4 . . 






1913, 317. § 3. 


" 191, 


§5 . . 


79, 


§1 


. S. 1909, 371. § 2; R. 1909, 










371, § 10. 


" 191, 


§6 . . 


80 




. S. 1914, 511. 


" 191, 


§7 . . 


98 




. Part G. L. 218, § 1; part 
Temporary. 






99 




. S. 1909. 508. §§ 1, 4; 1910, 


" 191, 


§8 . . 






472, §1; R. 1909,508, §3; 


•• 191, 


§9 . . 






1910, 472, § 2. 


" 193 




" 110, 


§1 


. Part G. L. 218, § 1; part 
Special. 


" 195 




" 111, 


§1 


. G. L. 5, § 9. 


" 196 




" 111, 


§2 


. S. 1918. Sp. 157. 






" 117 




. S. 1908. 142. §§1.2. 


" 198 




" 118 




. G. L. 131, § 21. 


" 198, 


§1 ^ ^ 


" 128. 


§1 


. S. 1912, 563; 660; 672, § 1; 
1917, 319; 1918, 211, § 1; 


" 198, 


§2 . . 






1919, 362, § 1; part R. 


" 198, 


§3 . . 






1912, 672, § 2. 


" 198, 


§4 . . 


" 128, 


§2 


. S. 1912,604. § 1; 1913.483: 


" 198, 


§5 . . 






748, §1; 1914,509; 1917, 


" 19.S, 


§7 . . 






333; 1918, 208; 211. § 1; 


" 203 








1919, 362, § 1. 






" 128, 


§3 


. S. 1917,203; 1918,211, § 1; 
1919, 362, § 1. 


" 204 
" 206 




" 129 




. G. L. 215, § 40. 


" 207, 


§1 .' .' 


" 130 




. S. 1918. 257. § 387. 






" 133, 


§1 


. S. 1919. 267. § 1. 


" 207, 


§2 . . 


" 135, 


§1 


. S. 1908. 485. § 6; R. 1909, 
514. § 145. 


" 208 
" 211 




" 137 




. 0. 


" 213 




" 138 




. G. L. 114. §44. 






" 139, 


§1 


. PartG. L. 11. § 12; part S. 
1908, 597, § 4. 


" 215 
" 216 




" 139, 


§2 


. Part G. L. 11, § 6; part S. 


'■ 219 








1907, 276, § 1; 1908, 597, 


222, 


§1 '. '. 






§2; 1912,512, §2; 1914, 


222, 


§2 . . 






399. § 1; part R. 1907, 


" 223 








276, § 2; 1912, 512, § 3; 


" 224 








1914, 399. § 2. 







S. 1910, 172, § 2. 

G. L. 221. § 15. 

S. 1918. 287. § 1. 

Part G. L. 262, § 33; part O. 

G. L. 207. § 25. 

S. 1912. 13. 

S. 1909, 514, § 104; R. 1909, 

514, § 145. 
G. L. 92, § 98. 
S. 1908, 413. § 1; 1909, 466, 

§§ 1, 3; R. 1909, 466. 

§2. 
S. 1909, 504, § 99; R. 1909, 

504, § 107. 
G. L. 201. §§ 8, 9. 
G. L. 201, §§ 1, 16-18. 
G. L. 12, § 24. 
Part G. L. 69, § 24; part R. 

1919, 301, § 8. 
G. L. 212, §22; 223, § 24. 
S. 1908, 356. 
G. L. 218. § 51. 
G. L. 270. § 3. 
S. 1909. 490. I, § 57. 
G. L. Ill, § 6. 
G. L. 40, § 5, subs. 30. 
G. L. 32, § 88. 
R. 1918, 257, § 377. 
S. 1913, 410, § 1. 
G. L. 41, § 73. 
Part G. L. 41, | 74; part O. 
G. L. 41, § 75. 
G. L. 41, § 77. 
S. 1918. 135; R. 1918, 257, 

§ 150. 
G. L. 40, § 5, subs. 28. 
Part G. L. 41. §§ 79, 81; 

part S. 1918, 257, § l.s7, 

subs. 10. 
PartG. L. 41, §81; part O. 
G. L. 41. § 73. 
S. 1908. 650; R. 1909. 514, 

§145. 
G. L. 119, §§70, 71. 
S. 1917, 344, IV. § 5; R. 

1917. 344. VIII. § 1. 
R. 1911. 614, § 13. 
S. 1911,614, §§ 1, 11. 
S. 1909, 262, § 2; R. 1909. 

262, § 1. 
S. 1911, 614, §§2, 9. 
S. 1911, 614, § 2. 
S. 1911, 614, §§ 10, 11. 
S. 1909, 262, § 2. 
^. 1909, 534, §§ 15, 18; R. 

1909, 534, § 31. 
G. L. 4, § 9. 
S. 1910, 335. 
PartG. L. 217, §23; part S. 

1919, 353, § 4. 
S. 1914. 559. 
O. 

G. L. 140. § 79. 
Part S. 1911. 731. § 1; R. 

1913, 205. 
S. 1918, 117. 
G. L. 94, §§ 12, 21. 
G. L. 201, §31; 202, §27. 
S. 1912, 468. 
G. L. Ill, § 65. 
S. 1915, 254, § 1. 
S. 1909, 514, § 59; R. 1909, 

514, § 145. 



clxxx 



DISPOSITION OF STATUTES SINCE THE REVISED LAWS. 



1907, 225, § 1 . 


. G. L. 36, § 18; 217, § 15. 


•' 225, § 2 . 


. G. L. 36, § 19. 


" 225, §3 . 


. G. L. 185, § 9. 


" 226 . . 


. G. L. 121, § 28. 


" 228, § 1 . 


. S. 1918, 257, § 236. 


" 229, § 1 . 


. Part G. L. 91, § 52; part S. 




1912, 257, § 2. 


" 229, §2 . 


. G. L. 91, § 53. 


" 229, §§3, 4 


. G. L. 91, § 54. 


" 229, §§ 5, 6 


. G. L. 91, §§ 55, 56. 


" 231 . . 


. S. 1916, 182. 


" 232, § 1 . 


. S. 1920, 591, § 11. 


" 232, §2 . 


. S. 1913, 464. 


■' 232, § 3 . 


. S. 1920, 367. 


" 232, § 4 . 


. S. 1908, 604. § 170; R. 1908, 




604, § 209. 


" 234 . . 


. G. L. 221, §§4, 5. 


" 236 . . 


. S. 1917, 296. 


" 238 . . 


. Part G. L. 92, § 10; part .S. 




1907, 349. 


" 240, § 1 . 


. S. 1908, 182. 


" 240, § 2 . 


. G. L. 140, § 152. 


" 241 . . 


. S. 1910, 392. 


" 243 . . 


. Parte. L. 94, § 148; part S. 




1912, 448. 


" 245 . . 


. O. 


" 246 . . 


. S. 1909, 490, III, § 21. 


" 250, § 1 . 


. S. 1917, 20. 


" 250, § 2 . 


. G. L. 131, § 20. 


" 251, §1 . 


. S. 1914, 635; 1910, 347. 


" 251, §2 . 


. S. 1910, 347. 


" 252 . . 


. S. 1910, 356. 


" 253 . . 


. S. 1917, 134, § 1; R. 1917, 




134, § 2. 


" 254 . . 


. S. 1919, 287, § 1. 


" 255 . . 


. O. 


" 257 . . 


. G. L. 198, § 2. 


" 259, § 1 . 


. 0. 


" 259, § 2 . 


. S. 1917, 208, § 9. 


" 261 . . 


. S. 1910, 332. 


" 262 . . 


. S. 1917, 279, § 42. 


" 266 . . 


. S. 1919,274, §§ 10, 12. 


" 267 . . 


. S. 1909, 514, § 51; R. 1909, 




514, § 145. 


" 269 . . 


. R. 1909, 514, § 145. 


" 269, § 1 . 


. S. 1907, 570. 


'■ 269, § 2 . 


. S. 1909, 514, § 38. 


" 269, § 3 . 


. S. 1909, 514, § 40. 


" 271, §1 . 


. PartG. L. 121, § 22; part 0. 


" 271, §2 . 


. G. L. 121, § 38. 


" 272 . . 


. S. 1918, 247, § 2. 


" 273, § 1 . 


. G. L. 215, § 62. 


" 274 . . 


. S. 1908, 385, § 2. 


" 276, § 1 . 


. S. 1908, 469; 1912. 575, § 1; 




1914, 589, § 1; 1919, 308, 




§1; 309, § 1 ; part R. 1914, 




589, § 2. 


" 282 . . 


. R. 1918, 257, § 355. 


" 282, § 1 . 


. S. 1908, 180. 


" 282, § 2 . 


. S. 1918. 257, § 354. 


" 283 . . 


. Part G. L. 98, § 31 ; part S. 




1907, 534, § 3. 


" 284, § 1 . 


. S. 1918, 257, § 389. 


" 284, § 2 . 


. Temporary. 


" 285, §§ 1-3 


. G. L. 130, §§ 138-140. 


" 285, § 4 . 


. S. 1913, 504. 


" 286 . . 


. S. 1911,567. 


" 287 . . 


. S. 1908, 504. 


" 289 . . 


. S. 1911, 388, § 7; R. 1911, 




388, § 12. 


" 293 . . 


. S. 1913, 687. 


" 294 . . 


. S. 1908. 149, § 1; R. 1908, 




149. § 2. 



1907, 296 . . 


. R. 1909, 377, § 2; R. 1909 




377, § 4. 


'■ 297 . . 


R. 1909, 403, § 4. 


'■ 297, §§1,2 


,S. 1909, 403, § 1. 


" 297, §3 . 


S. 1909, 403, § 3. 


" 298, § 1 . 


S. 1918, 31. 


" 299 . . 


G. L. 48, § 15; 1.30, § 9. 


" 300 . . 


. S. 1908, 330, § 1; R. 1908 




330, § 2. 


" 303 . . 


. S. 1916. 61. 


" 304 . . 


. S. 1916, 277. 


" 305, § 1 . 


S. 1908, 604, § 30; R. 1908 




604, § 209. 


" 305, § 2 . 


. S. 1908, 604, § 96; R. 1908 




604, § 209. 


" 306 . . 


. S. 1911, 285, § 1; R. 1911 




285, § 2. 


" 307 . . 


. S. 1908, 377; R. 1910, 545 




§4. 


" 308 . . 


. S. 1909, 261, § 1. 


" 309 . . 


. S. 1909, 2.54. 


" 311 . . 


. G. L. 40, § 5, subs. 27. 


" 312 . . 


. G. L. 221, § 78. 


" 314 . . 


. G. L. 112, §§59, 60. 


'■ 315 . . 


. G. L. 160, § 107. 


" 316 . . 


. S. 1910,539; 1914, 742, §133 




R. 1914, 742, § 199. 


" 318 . . 


. S. 1909, 490, III, § 51. 


" 319, § 1 . 


. S. 1908, 520, § 14. 


" 319, §2 . 


. S. 1912, 73, § 1. 


" 319, §§3, 4 


. G. L. 172, §§22, 23. 


" 320 . . 


. S. 1908, 520. § 13. 


" 321 . . 


. R. 1909. 444, § 17. 


" 321, § 1 . 


. S. 1909, 444, § 1. 


" 321, §2 . 


. S. 1909, 444, § 6. 


" 321, §3 . 


. S. 1909, 444, § 13. 


" 321, §4 . 


. S. 1909, 444, §§ 8, 9. 


" 321, §§5-7 


. S. 1909, 444, §§ 10-12. 


" 321, §8 . 


. S. 1909, 444, § 14. 


" 323 . . 


. S. 1911, 454. 


" 324 . . 


. S. 1917. 282, § 1; R. 1920 




485, § 2. 


" 327 . . 


. G. L. 262, § 24. 


" 328 . . 


. S. 1913, 85. 


" 329 . . 


. S. 1908, 193. 


" 330 . . 


. S. 1907, 560, § 111; R. 1907 




560, § 456. 


■' 332 . . 


. S. 1913, 257. 


" 333 . . 


. S. 1920, 490. 


■• 334, § 1 . 


. S. 1912, 459. 


" 335 . . 


. G. L. 276, § 92. 


■• 336 . . 


. G. L. 180, § 28. 


" 337, §§1-3 


. G. L. 180, § 26. 


" 340 . . 


S. 1908, 590, §§ 56, 57; R 




1908, 590, § 69. 


" 343, § 1 . 


. S. 1909, 201. 


" 343, § 2 . 


. G. L. 41, § 17. 


"344 . . 


. S. 1910, 608. 


" 348, § 1 . 


. G. L. 234, § 4. 


■' 348, § 2 . 


. G. L. 234, §§ 4, 37. 


" 348, § 3 . 


. G. L. 234, § 38. 


" 348, §§4-8 


. G. L. 2.34, §§ 4-8. 


■• 349 . . 


. G. L. 92, §§ 10, 12. 


•' 351 . . 


. S. 1912, 623, § 30. 


" 354 . . 


. S. 1909, 468, §§ 17, 18. 


" 355 . . 


. S. 1910, 532. 


" 356, §§1,2 


. S. 1908, 604, §§ 26, 27; R 




1908, 604, § 209. 


" 359 . . 


. Part G. L. 3, § 15; part S 




1914,710; 1919,350, §18 


" 361 . . 


. S. 1917, 279, § 33; R. 1917 




279, § 40. 


" 362 . . 


. G. L. 120, § 12. 



DISPOSITION OF STATUTES SINCE TUE KEVISED LAWS. 



clxxxi 



1907, 363, § 1 
" 363, §§2, 
" 364 . 



365 . 

366 . 

367 . 

370 . 

371 . 
373 . 
373, § 1 
373, § 2 
373, §§3, 
375 . 
377, § 1 
377, §§ 2, 
377, §4 

377, § 5 
377, § 6 
377, § 7 
378 . 

383 . 

384 . 
386, § 1 
3S6, § 2 

389 . 

390 . 
392, § 1 

392, § 2 
393 . 
394, § 1 

395 . 

396 . 
399 . 

401 . 

402, § 1 
405 . 
408 . 



410, § 1 
410, § 2 



411 
413 



414, §§1-4 
417 . 
421 . 
427 . 
428, § 1 
428, § 2 
428, § 3 

428, § 4 
429 . 

429, § 1 
429, § 2 
429, § 3 
429, § 4 
429, § 5 
429, § 6 
429, § 7 
429, § 8 
429, § 9 
429, § 10 
429, § 11 
429, § 13 
429, § 14 
429, § 16 



S. 1915, 125. 

G. L. 133, §§ 2, 3. 

S. 1914, 792, § 2; R. 1914, 

792, § 8. 
G. L. 83, § 2. 
S. 1913, 370. 

S. 1909, 490, I, § 5, cl. 14. 
G. L. 223, § 66. 
G. L. 203, § 22. 
R. 1915, 259, § 13. 
S. 1911, 562, § 1. 
S. 1911, 562, § 4. 
S. 1911,562, §§6, 7. 
G. L. 229, § 5. 
S. 1913, 179. 
G. L. 169, §§ 6, 7. 
Part G. L. 169, § S; part R. 

1911, 358, § 2. 
G. L. 169, § 9. 
G. L. 169, § 11. 
R. 1909, 287, § 1. 

S. 1908, 299, §§1,2. 

S. 1911, 428, § 1; R. 1911. 

428, § 2. 
S. 1914, 684. 
S. 1909, 380. 
S. 1917, 70. 
G. L. 266, § 32. 
G. L. 208, § 16. 
Part G. L. 229, § 3; part S. 

1912, 354. 
O. 

G. L. 223, § 121. 

S. 1911, 163. 

S. 1909, 490, III, § 41. 

S. 1920, 349, §§ 8, 9. 

S. 1914, 384, § 1; R. 1914, 

384, § 2. 
S. 1919, 350, § 37. 
S. 1918, 238. 
G. L. 210, § 3. 
S. 1909, 534, § 24; R. 1909, 

534, § 31. 
S. 1908, 150. 
Part G. L. 270, §§ 14, 15; 

part O. 
S. 1918, 257, § 41S. 
PartG. L. 149, § 17; part S. 

1907, 537, § 5; 1912, 726, 

§5. 
G. L. 271, §§ 35-38. 
G. L. 172, § 50. 
S. 1909, 504, § 14. 
S. 1909, 490, II, § 13. 
G. L. 162, § 8. 
S. 1908, 450. 
G. L. 162, § 16. 
G. L. 162, § 18; 229, §3. 
R. 1907, 560, § 456. 
S. 1907, 560, § 1. 
S. 1907, 560, § 15. 
S. 1907, 560, § 19. 
S. 1907, 560, § 36. 
S. 1907, 560, §§ 121, 149. 
S. 1907, 560, § 172. 
S. 1907, 560, § 175. 
S. 1907, 560, § 231. 
S. 1907, 560, § 238. 
S. 1907, 560, § 243. 
S. 1907, 560, § 248. 
S. 1907, 560, § 455. 
S. 1907, 560, § 150. 
S. 1907, 560, §§ 1, 101. 



1907, 429, § 17 . 


S. 1907, 560, § 431. 


" 429, § IS . 


S. 1907, 560, § 435. 


" 431, §§ 1-6 


G. L. 160, §§ 235-240. 


" 432, § 1 . 


S. 1909, 504, §§ 57, 58. 69: 




R. 1909, 504, § 107. 


" 433 .. . 


S. 1908, 324. 


" 438 .. . 


G. L. 206, § 19. 


" 442, §§ 1, 2 


S. 1908, 541, §§ 1, 2. 


" 442, § 3 . . 


S. 1909, 248. 


" 442, § 4 . . 


S. 1912, 584. 


" 442, § 5 . . 


S. 1909, 431, § 1; R. 1909. 




431, § 2. 


" 443, §§1,2 


G. L. 221, §§ 43, 44. 


" 443, § 3 . . 


Temporary. 


" 445 .. . 


G. L. Ill, § 95. 


" 447 .. . 


G. L. 204, § 14. 


" 448 .. . 


Part G. L. 162, § 17; part S. 




1918, 257, § 187, subs. 10. 


" 451 . . . 


Part G. L. 22, § 6; part S. 




1913, 610, § 1; part R. 




1913,610, §6; part O. 


" 452, § 1 . . 


S. 1907, 563, § 11. 


" 452, § 2 . . 


Temporary. 


" 453 . . . 


PartG. L. 223, §85; part O. 


" 454, § 1 . . 


S. 1919, 350, § 66. 


" 458 .. . 


S. 1915, 95. 


" 459, § 1 . . 


G. L. 221, § 74. 


" 460, §§ 1-3 . 


G. L. 266, § 78. 


" 464 .. . 


G. L. 92, § 9. 


" 465, §§1,2 . 


S. 1908,563, §§1, 2. 


" 465, §3 . . 


G. L. 146, §§ 11, 12. 


" 465, § 4 . . 


G. L. 22, §6; 146, § 13. 


" 465, § 5 . . 


S. 1912, 531, §3. 


" 465, § 6 . . 


G. L. 146, §§ 14, 57, 59-62. 


" 465, §7 . . 


G. L. 146, §§ 5S, 63. 


" 465, § 8 . . 


Part G. L. 146, § 16; part 

0. 
G. L. 146, §§ 17-20. 


" 46.5, §§9-12 . 


" 465, §§ 13-15 


S. 1912, 531, §§ 4-6. 


•■ 465, § 16 . . 


G. L. 146, § 24. 


■■ 465, § 17 . . 


S. 1912, 531, § 7. 


" 465, § IS . . 


S. 1908, 563, § 2. 


" 465, § 19 . . 


G. L. 146, §§8, 27. 


" 465, §§20-23 


G. L. 146, §§28-31. 


" 465, § 24 . . 


Part G. L. 22, § 10; part S. 




1919, 350, § 105; part 0. 


" 465, § 25 . . 


PartG. L. 22, § 10; 146, §2; 




part S. 1913, 610, § 5; 




1919, 350, § 105; part 0. 


" 465, § 26 . . 


S. 1909, 393, § 2. 


" 465, §27 . . 


S. 1918, 257, § 344. 


" 465. § 28 . . 


S. 1909, 393, § 3. 


" 465, § 30 . . 


0. 


" 466 .. . 


S. 1908, 178. 


" 467 . . . 


G. L. Ill, § 160. 


" 468 .. . 


S. 1907, 560, § 6; R. 1907, 




560, § 456. 


" 469 .. . 


G. L. 93, § 14. 


" 471 . . . 


S. 1911, 628, §§ 16, 17. 


" 472 .. . 


S. 1910, 296. 


" 473, § 1 . . 


S. 1909, 263, § 1. 


" 473, § 2 . . 


O. 


" 474, § 1 . . 


Part S. 1919, 350, §§ 96. 98; 




part Temporary. 


" 474, § 2 . . 


S. 1919, 350, §§ 96, 97. 


" 474, §3 . . 


S. 1918, 257, § 187, subs. 5. 


" 474, §4 . . 


Part G. L. Ill, § 67; part S. 




1919. 3.50, § 96. 


" 474, §5 . . 


S. 1908, 532, § 1. 


" 474, § 6 . . 


PartG. L. 17, §9; 111, §63; 




part S. 1919, 350, § 96. 


" 474, § 7 . . 


S. 1908, 532, § 2. 


" 474, § 8 . . 


S. 1919,350, §§96,98. 



clxxxii 



DISPOSITION OF STATUTES SINCE THE REVISED LAWS. 



1907, 474, 


§9 


. Parte. L. 17, §9; HI, §63; 
part S. 1910, 491; 1919, 
350, § 96. 


1907, 535, § 2 . . 


" 474, 


§10 


. S. 1912, 17. 


" 537, §§1,2 . 


" 474, 


§11 


. O. 


■' 537, § 3 . . 


■• 474, 


§12 


. S. 1919, 350, 1 96. 


" 537, § 4 . 


" 474, 


§13 


Special. 




" 474, 


§14 


. S. 1919, 350, § 96. 


" 537, §5 . . 


•■ 474, 


§15 


. S. 1919, 350, §§ 96, 98. 


" 537, § 6 . . 


" 475, 


§1 


. S. 1913, 600, § 1. 


■' 537, § 7 . . 


" 475, 


§2 


. G. L. 48, § 25; 132, § 37. 


" 537, § 8 . . 


•■ 475, 


§3 


. G. L. 48, § 10. 


" 539, § 1 . . 


" 475, 


§4 


. G. L. 132, § 3. 


•■ 539, §2 . 


" 475, 


§5 


. S. 1918, 257, § 160. 


■• 539, §3 . . 


'■ 475, 


§6 


. G. L. 48, § 27. 


" 543 .. . 


" 475, 


§7 


. G. L. 48, § 26. 


" 546, § 1 . 


" 475, 


§8 


. G. L. 132, § 3. 


'■ 546, § 2 . 


" 475, 


§9 


. Temporary. 


•■ 549, § 1 . 


" 480 




. PartG.L. Ill, §111; parts. 


" 549, § 2 . 






1910, 269; 1916, 55. 


•■ 553 . . 


" 482 




. S. & R. 1911, 561, § 3. 


" 556 . . 


" 487, 


§i 


. S. 1913, 206. 


•' 560 . . 


" 489, 


§1 


. S. 1909, 504, § 65; R. 1909, 
504. § 107. 


" 560, § 1 . 


" 489, 


§2 


. O. 


" 560, §§ 2-4 


" ' 490, 


§1 


. G. L. 255, § 33. 


" 560, §5 . 


" 490, 


§2 


. G. L. 255, § 32. 


" 560, §§6-13 


" 494 




. S. 1909, 534, § 19; R. 1909, 
534, § 31. 


" 560, § 14 . 


" 499 




. S. 1908, 487, § 1; R. 1908, 


" 560, § 15 . 






487, § 3. 


" 560, §§16, 17 


■■ 500, 


§1 


. G. L. 266, § 27. 


" 560, § 18 . 


" 500, 


§§2, 


i . G. L. 140, §§ 83, 84. 




■' 503, 


§1 


. S. 1913, 655, § 20; R. 1913, 
655, §-61. 


" 560, § 19 . 


" 503, 


§2 


. S. 1909, 514, §§ 94, 103; R. 


" 560, §§ 20-23 






1909, 514, § 145. 


" 560, § 24 . 


" 517, 


§1 


. S. 1910, 497, § 1. 




" 517, 


§2 


. O. 


■' 560, §25 . 


" 520 




. R. 1918, 290, § 5. 




" 520, 


§1 


. S. 1918, 290, §§ 1-3. 


•■ 560, § 26 . 


" 520, 


§§2, 


3 . S. 1918, 290, § 3. 




•' 520, 


§4 


. S. 1918, 290, § 1. 


" 560, §§ 27-40 


" 520, 


§5 


. S. 1914, 662. 


" 560, §41 . 


" 521, 


§1 


. Part G. L. 132, § 14; part S. 


" 560, §42 . 






1910, 150. 


" 560, § 43 . 


•■ 521, 


§2 


. S. 1911, 474. 




" 521, 


§3 


. G. L. 132, §§ 15, 21. 


•' 560, §44 . 


" 521, 


§4 


. G. L. 132, § 14. 




" 524. 


§1 


. G. L. 92, § 28. 


" 560, §45 . 


" 524, 


§2 


. G. L. 92, §31. 


" 560, § 46 . 


" 524, 


§3 


. S. 1909, 177, § 1. 




" 526 




. R. 1908, 604, § 209. 


•■ 560, §§47-59 


" 526, 


§1 


. S. 1908, 604, § 12. 


" 560, § 60 . 


" 526, 


§§2, 


5 . S. 1908, 604, §§ 127, 128. 




" 526, 


§§4, 


5 . S. 1908, 604, §§ 130, 131. 


" 560, § 61 . 


" 526, 


§6 


. S. 1908, 604, §§39, 132. 


" 560, §62 . 


" 526, 


§§7- 


) . S. 1908, 604, §§ 133-135. 


" 560, §§63-69 


" 526, 


§10 


. Part S. 1908, 604, § 136. 


" 560, §70 . 


" 526, 


§§11 


-14 S. 1908, 604, §§ 137-140. 




" 533, 


§§1- 


5 . G. L. 167, §§ 41-43. 


" 560, § 71 . 


■' 533, 


§4 


. G. L. 167, § 45. 




" 533, 


§5 


. G. L. 167, § 44. 


'■ 560, § 72 . 


■- 533, 


§6 


. PartG.L. 167, §45; part O. 


" 560, § 73 . 


" 534 


§1 


. S. 1918, 218, § 1. 




" 5.34 


§2 


. S. 1910, 465, § 1. 


" 560, § 74 . 


" 534 


§3 


. Part G. L. 98, §§ 29, 57; 








part S. 1918, 257, §§ 241, 


" 560, § 75 . 






243; partO. 


" 560, § 76 . 


" 534 


§4 


. G. L. 98, § 30. 




" 534 


§5 


. S. 1918, 257, § 251. 


" 560 §§77,78 


" 534 


§6 


. 0. 


" 560, § 79 . 


" 535 


§1 


. S. 1917, S. 





Part G. L. 98, § 43; part S. 

1914, 346; 1918, 257, 

§§ 244, 245. 
S. 1910, 523, §§ 1, 2. 
G. L. Ill, § 18; 149, § 18. 
Part G. L. Ill, § 19; part .S. 

1914, 792, § 5; 1917, 151. 
S. 1912, 726, § 5. 
S. 1910, 523, § 3. 

o. 

S. 1914, 792, § 2. 

G. L. 110, § 5. 

S. 1908, 316. 

G. L. 110, §5. 

R. 1913, 835, § 503. 

G. L. 231, § 134. 

Part G. L. 223, § 60; part O. 

S. 1915, 61. 

Temporary. 

G. L. 230, § 7. 

G. L. 162, § 2. 

R. 1913, 835, § 503. 

S. 1912, 398, §§ 1, 2; 1913, 

835, § 1. 
S. 1913, 835, §§ 2-4. 
S. 1909, 514, § 45. 
S. 1913, 835, §§ 6-13. 
S. 1909, 440, § 2; 1913, 835, 

§14. 
S. 1909, 344, § 1. 
S. 1913, 835, §§ 16, 17. 
S. 1909, 440, § 2; 1913, 835, 

§18. 
S. 1909, 440, § 2; 1913, 835, 

§19. 
S. 1913, 835, §§20-23. 
S. 1909, 440, § 6; 1913, 835, 

§24. 
S. 1909, 440, §§ 2, 6; 1913, 

835, § 25. 
S. 1909, 440, § 2; 1913, 835, 

§26. 
S. 1913, 835, §§ 27-40. 
S. 1909, 344, § 2. 
S. 1913, 835, § 42. 
S. 1909, 440, § 2; 1913, 835, 

§43. 
S. 1909, 440, § 2; 1912, 471, 

§1. 
S. 1909, 344, § 3. 
S. 1909, 440, §2; 1913, 835, 

§46. 
S. 1913, 835, §§ 47-59. 
S. 1909, 440, § 2; 1913, 835, 

§60. 
S. 1913, 835, § 61. 
S. 1910, 147. 
S. 1913, 835, §§ 63-69. 
S. 1909, 440, § 2; 1913, 835, 

§70. 
S. 1909, 440, § 2; 1913, 835, 

§71. 
S. 1913, 835, § 72. 
S. 1909, 440, § 2; 1913, 286; 

835, § 73. 
S. 1909,440, §2; 1913, 835, 

§74. 
S. 1913, 835, § 75. 
S. 1909, 440, § 2; 1912, 471, 

§2. 
S. 1913, 835, §§77, 78. 
S. 1909, 440, § 2; 1913, 835, 

§79. 



DISPOSITION OF STATUTES SINCE THE REVISED LAWS. 



clxxxiii 



907, 560, § 80 . 


. S. 1909, 440, 
§80. 


§ 2; 1913.835, 


1907, 560. 


§ 190 . S. 1909, 440, § 2; 1913, 835, 
§216. 


" 560, § 81 . 


. S. 1913, 835. 


§81. 


•' 560, 


§§ 191, 192 S. 1913, 835, §§ 217. 218. 


" 560, § 82 . 


. R. 1908, 83. 




" 560, 


§ 193 . S. 1909, 440, § 2; 1913, 835, 


" 560, § 83 . 


. S. 1909, 440, 


§2; 1913,835, 




§219. 




§82. 




■• 560, 


§§ 194-199 S. 1913, 835, §§ 220-225. 


'■ 560, §§84, 


35 S. 1913, 835, 


§§ 83, 84. 


" 560, 


§200 . S. 191 1,436; 1913, 835. §226. 


" 560, § 86 . 


. S. 1909. 440. 


§ 2; 1913, 835, 


" 560, 


§§ 201-205 S. 1913, 835, §§ 227-231. 




§85. 




" 560, 


§206 . S. 1912, 515. 


" 560, §§87, 88 8.1913,835, 


§§ 86, 87. 


" 560, 


§§ 207-218 S. 1913, 835, §§ 233-244. 


'■ 560, § 89 . 


. S. 1911. 550. 


§§ 1, IS; 1913, 


" 560, 


§219 . S. 1912, 641, § 5. 




835. § 88. 




" 560, 


§§ 220-222 S. 1913, 835, §§ 246-248. 


" 560, §§90-92 S. 1913, 835, 


§§ 89-91. 


" 560, 


§223 . S. 1912. 641, § 1; R. 1912, 


" 560, § 93 . 


. S. 1908, 428. 






641, § 13. 


■' 560. §§94, 95 S. 1913, 835, 


§§ 190. 191. 


" 560, 


§224 . S. 1912, 641, §§1,2; R. 1912, 


" 560, § 96 . 


. R. 1911, 550 


§21. 




641, § 13. 


" 560, § 97 . 


. S. 1911.378. 




" 560, 


§225 . S. 1912, 641, § 4; R. 1912. 


" 560, § 98 . 


. R. 1911, 550 


§21. 




641, § 13. 


" 560, § 99 . 


. S. 1911, 550. 
§144. 


§ 1; 1913. 835, 


" 560, 


§226 . S. 1912, 641, § 12; R. 1912, 
641, § 13. 


" 560, §§ 100-102 S. 1913, 835, 


§§ 145-147. 


■' 560, 


§227 . S. 1912, 641, § 8; R. 1912, 


" 560, § 103 


. S. 1913. 835, 


§§ 125, 148. 




641, § 13. 


" • 560, § 104 


. S. 1913, 8.35, 


§ 149. 


" 560, 


§228 . S. 1912, 641, § 10; R. 1912, 


" 560, § 105 


. S. 1911. 353. 






641, § 13. 


" 560, § 106 


. S. 1913. 835. 


§ 151. 


" 560, 


§ 229 . S. 1913, 835, § 257. 


" 560, § 107 


. S. 1912, 254. 




" 560, 


§ 230 . S. 1912, 398, § 3; 1913. 835, 


" 560, §§108- 


-116 S. 1913, 835. 


§§ 152-160. 




§258. 


" 560. §117 


. S. 1911.517. 




" 560, 


§§ 231-233 S. 1913, 835, §§ 259-261. 


" 560, §§ 118, 


119 S. 1913. 835. 


§§ 162, 163. 


•' 560, 


§ 234 . S. 1912, 266. 


" 560. § 120 


. S. 1911. 550. 


§4; 1913, 835, 


" 560, 


§§ 235-240 S. 1913, 835, §§ 263-268. 




§ 164. 




" 560, 


§ 241 . S. 1908, 461. 


" 560. § 121 


. S. 1910, 200 


1911, 550, § 5; 


" 560, 


§§ 242-246 S. 1913, 835, §§ 274-278. 




1913, 835, 


§ 165. 


" 560, 


§247 . S. 1912, 307. 


" 560, §§ 122- 


-129 S. 1913. 835. 


§§ 166-173. 


" 560. 


§§ 248-250 S. 1913, 835, §§ 280-282. 


" 560, § 130 


. S. 1913, 835. 


§§ 104-100. 


" 560, 


§251 . S. 1911,304. 


'■ 560, § 131 


. S. 1913. 835. 


§§ 107, 175. 


" 560, 


§§ 252-261 S. 1913, 835, §§ 284-293. 


" 560, § 132 


. S. 1913, 835. 


§ 108. 


" 560, 


§262 . S. 1912, 641, §9. 


" 560, § 133 


. S. 1908. 423, 


§1. 


" 560, 


§§263-297 S. 1913, 835, §§ 295-329. 


" 560, §§134- 


-138 S. 1913, 835. 


§§ 176-180. 


" 560, 


§ 298 . S. 1913. 686. 


" 560, § 139 


. S. 1909, 440, 


§2. 


" 560, 


§299 . S. 1913. 835. §331. 


" 560, § 140 


. S. 1911, 735. 




" 560, 


§300 . S. 1909. 440. § 2; 1913, 835, 


" 560, §§ 141 


142 S. 1913, 835, 


§§ 183, 184. 




§332. 


" 560, § 143 


. S. 1911, 518. 




" 560, 


§§301-303 S. 1913, 835, §§ 333-335. 


" 560, § 144 


. S. 1913, 835, 


§§ 93, 128. 


" 560, 


§§ 304-306 S. 1913, 835, §§ 337-339. 


" 560, §§ 145 


146 S. 1913. 835, 


§§ 129, 1,30. 


" 560, 


§307 . S. 1908, 391; 1913, 835, §340. 


" 560, § 148 


. S. 1909, 264. 




" 560, 


§§ 308-313 S. 1913, 835, §§ 341-346. 


" 560, § 149 


. S. 1911, 550 


§§ 4, 5; 1913, 


■' 560 


§314 . S. 1913, 835, § 1. 




835, §§ 94 


131-133, 135. 


" 560 


§ 315 . S. 1913, 835, § 347. 


" 560, § 150 


. S. 1913. 835, 


§§ 103-109. 


" 560 


§§316, 317 S. 1911.679. §§1, 2. 


" 560, § 151 


. S. 1908, 423, 


§2. 


" 560 


§318 . S. 1913, 8.35, §350. 


" 560, §§ 152- 


-154 S. 1913, 835, 


§§ 100-102. 


'• 560. 


§319 . S. 1911, 679. §3. 


" 560, § 155 


. S. 1913. 835. 


§ 136. 


" 560, 


§§ 320-324 S. 1913, 835, §§ 357-361. 


" 560, § 156 


. S. 1913, 835, 


§§ 110, 111. 


" 560, 


§325 . S. 1911,679, §4. 


" 560, § 157 


. S. 1913, 835, 


§ 112. 


" 560, 


§§ 326-343 S. 1913, 835, §§ 363-380. 


" 560, § 158 


. Part S. 1913 


835, § 137. 


" 560, 


§§ 344-349 S. 1913, 835, §§ 382-387. 


" 560, § 160 


. S. 1913. 835, 


§99. 


" 560, 


§350 . S. 1910, 246, § 1; R. 1910, 


•■ 560, §§ 161 


-164 S. 1913, 835, 


§§ 186-189. 




246, § 2. 


" 560, §§ 165-168 S. 1913, 835, 


§§ 192-195. 


" 560, 


§§ 351-364 S. 1913, 8.35. §§ 389-402. 


" 560, § 169 


. R. 1911, 550 


§21. 


" 560 


§§365-368 S. 1913, 835, §§ 404-407. 


" 560, § 170 


. S. 1911. 354. 




" 560 


§§ 369-380 S. 1913, 8.35, §§ 409-420. 


" 560, § 171 


. S. 1911. 355. 




" 560 


§381 . S. 1913. 431. 


" 560, § 172 


. S. 1913. 835, 


§ 198. 


" 560 


§§382-429 S. 1913. 835. §§ 422-469. 


'■ 560. § 173 


. S. 1909, 440 


§ 2; 1913, 835, 


" 560 


§ 430 . S. 1910. 55, § 3. 




§199. 




" 560 


§§431-433 S. 1913. 835, §§ 471-473. 


" 560, § 174 


. S. 1913. 835, 


§200. 


" 560 


§§434^46 S. 1913. 835. §§ 475-487. 


" 560, § 175 


. S. 1908. 425. 




" 560 


§ 447 . S. 1909. 514. § 45. 


" 560, § 176 


. S. 1913, 835. 


§202. 


" 560 


§§448^53 S. 1913, 835, §§ 489-494. 


" 560, § 177 


. S. 1909, 149; 


1913,835, §203. 


" 560 


§§ 454, 455 S. 1913, 835, §§ 501, 502. 


■' 560, §§178 


-180 S. 1913, 835, 


§§ 204-206. 


" 561 


§§1-9 . G. L. 178. §§ 1-9. 


" 560, § 181 


. S. 1913, 835, 


§§ 122, 207. 


" 561 


§ 10 . . S. 1915, 32. 


" 560, §§ 182 


-185 S. 1913, 835, 


§§ 208-211. 


" 561 


§ 11 . . S. 1908, 222. 


" 560, § 186 


. S. 1912, 641. 


§1. 


" 561 


§ 12 . . S. 1918, 70. 


" 560, §§ 187 


-189 S. 1913, 835, 


§§ 213-215. 


" 561 


§ 13 . . G. L. 178, § 13. 



clxxxiv 



DISPOSITION OF STATUTES SINCE THE REVISED LAWS. 



1907, 561, § 14 



561, § 15 . . 

561, § 16 . . 
561, §§17-23 

561, §24 . . 
561, §§25-28 

561, §29 . . 
561, §§30-32 

561, §33 . . 

563, § 1 . . 

563, § 2 . . 

563, § 3 . . 

563, §§4-13 . 

563, § 14 . . 

563, § 15 . . 

563, § 16 . . 

563, §§ 17-24 

563, § 25 . . 

563, § 26 . . 

564, § 1 . . 
564, § 2 . . 

570 .. . 

571, § 1 . . 

576, § 1 . . 

576, § 2 . . 

576, § 3 . . 

576, §4 . . 

576, § 5 . . 

576, §§6-10 . 

576, §11 . . 



576, § 12 . . 

576, § 13 . . 

576, § 14 . . 

576, § 15 . . 

576, § 16 . . 

576, § 17 . . 

576, §§ 18, 19 

576, § 20 . . 

576, § 21 . . 

576, § 22 . . 
576, §§23,24 

576, § 25 . . 

576, § 26 . . 

576, § 27 . . 

576, § 28 . . 

576, § 29 . . 

576, § 30 . . 

576, § 31 . . 

576, § 32 . . 



576, § 33 . 
576, § 34 . 



576, § 35 . 



Parte. L. 26. § 10; 178, §14; 

part S. 1919, 350, §§ 46. 

51. 
S. 1914, 246. 
G. L. 26, § 12; 178, § 16. 
G. L. 178, §§ 17-23. 
G. L. 63, § 18. 
G. L. 178, §§ 24-27. 
Part G. L. 178, § 28; part O. 
G. L. 178, §§ 29-31. 
Temporary. 
S. 1909, 268, § 1. 
S. 1909, 490, IV, § 2; part R. 

1912, 678, § 2. 
S. 1909,490, IV, §3;R. 1912, 

678, § 2; 1916, 268, § 3. 
S. 1909, 490, IV, §§4-13. 
S. 1908, 268. 
S. 1909, 490, IV, § 15; part 

R. 1912, 678, § 2. 
S. 1909, 490, IV, § 16; part 

R. 1912, 678. § 2. 
S. 1909, 490, IV, §§ 17-24. 
S. 1909, 490, IV, § 25; part 

R. 1909, 527, § 8. 
Part R. 1908, 104, §2; part O. 
S. 1909, 490, III, § 1. 
S. 1909, 430, § 1; 490, III, 

§2; part R. 1909,430, §2. 
S. 1909, 514, §§ 37, 39; R. 

1909, 514, § 145. 
S. 1912, 192. 
G. L. 175, § 1. 
G. L. 175, § 29. 
G. L. 175, §§2,3. 
Part G. L. 26, § 6; part S. 

1919, 350, § 50. 
S. 1911, 292, § 1; 1916, 40, 

§1. 
G. L. 175, §§ 4-8. 
Part G. L. 175, §§ 9-11; 

parts. 1911, 54; 315; 1912, 

74; 1920, 168, § 1; 333; 

part R. 1920, 168, § 2. 
G. L. 175, § 13. 
G. L. 175, § 180. 
G. L. 175, § 154. 
S. 1911, 429, § 4. 
G. L. 175, § 15. 
Part G. L. 175, §§ 16, 17; 

part S. 1919, 29; part O. 
G. L. 175, §§ 18, 19. 
S. 1909, 345; 1914, 448, § 1; 

1919, 114, § 1. 
G. L. 175, § 186. 
S. 1913, 835, §§ 356, 499. 
G. L. 175, §§ 30, 31. 
S. 1917, 113. 
PartG. L. 175, §§34,57,58, 

60, 64; part S. 1908, 473. 
G. L. 175, § 35. 
G. L. 175, § 37. 
S. 1920, 150. 
G. L. 175, §§ 38-43. 
G. L. 175, §§44, 67. 
S. 1908, 2i>i; 509; 1910, 499, 

§ 1; 1913, 2.35; 541; 1917. 

146, § 2; 1919, 96; 1920, 

327, § 1. 
S. 1919, 333, § 14. 
S. 1908, 81; 1912, 524; 1920, 

152; 327, § 2. 
G. L. 175, § 56. 



1907, 576, 


§36 




•■ 576, 


§37 




" 576, 


§38 . 




" 576, 


§39 . 




" 576, 


§40 




" 576, 


§41 




" 576, 


§42 




" 576, 


§43 




" 576, 


§44 . 




" 576, 


§45 . 




" 576, 


§46 




" 576, 


§47 




" 576, 


§§48, 


49 


'■ 576, 


§50 




■' 576, 


§§51- 


56 


" 576, 


§57 




" 576, 


§§58, 


59' 


" 576, 


§60 




" 576, 


§61 




" 576, 


§62 




" 576, 


§63 




■■ 576, 


§§64, 


65 


" 576, 


§06 




" 576, 


§67 




" 576, 


§68 




" 576, 


§69 




" 576, 


§70 




" 576 


§71 




" 576, 


§72 




" 576, 


§73 




" 576 


§74 




" 576 


§75 




■• 576 


§§76-79 


" 576 


§80 




" 576 


§81 




" 576 


§82 




" 576 


§83 




•• 576 


§84 




" 576 


§§85 


86 


•■ 576 


§87 




■■ 576 


§88 




" 576 


§89 





576, § 90 
576, § 91 



576, 


§92 . 


576, 


§93 . 


576, 


§94 . 


576, 


§95 . 


576, 


§96 . 


576, 


§97 . 


576, 


§98 . 


576, 


§99 . 


576 


§ 100 


576 


§ 101 


576 


§§102 


576 


§106 



G. L. 175, §§ 57-62. 

Part G. L. 175, §§ 63, 66; 

part S. 1909, 92; 95; 1910, 

375, § 1. 
G. L. 175, § 69. 
S. 1912, 396. 
G. L. 175, § 71. 
S. 1918, 69. 
PartG. L. 175, §73; part S. 

1912, 403. 
Part G. L. 175, §§ 76, 77; 

part S. 1915, 7. 
Part G. L. 175, §§ 77, 78; 

part S. 1908, 471. 
G. L. 175, § 79. 
S. 1909, 390, § 1; R. 1909, 

390, § 2. 
S. 1908, 482. 
G. L. 175, §§ 81, 82. 
S. 1913, 343. 
G. L. 175, §§ 84-89. 
G. L. 175, §§ 95, 96. 
G. L. 175, §§ 97, 9.8. 
Part G. L. 175, § 99; part S. 

1911, 406; 1916, 150, § 1. 
S. 1909, 256; 1911,344; 1912, 

330. 
G. L. 175, § 106. 
G. L. 175, §§ 114, 115. 
S. 1917, 146, §§3, 4. 
Part G. L. 175, § 118; part S. 

1917,210. 
G. L. 175, § 23. 
G. L. 175, § 153. 
PartG. L. 175, §§ 120, 121; 

parts. 1908,511, §§ 1,2. 
G. L. 175, § 122. 
S. 1916, 12; 1918, 35. 
G. L. 175, § 20. 
Part G. L. 175, §§ 124-127; 

part S. 1909, 242. 
S. 1909,467. 
Part G. L. 175, § 132; part S. 

1918, 60. 
G. L. 175, §§ 140-143. 
S. 1908, 166. 
G. L. 175, § 149. 
G. L. 175, § 94. 
G. L. 175, § 150. 
PartG. L. 175, § 151; part S. 

1909, 415; 1919, 114, § 1; 

part R. 1919, 114. § 2. 
G. L. 175, §§ 155, 156. 
G. L. 175, § 5. 
S. 1908, 165. 
Part G. L. 175, §§ 157, 158; 

parts. 1914,448, §2; part 

R. 1919, 114, § 3. 
G. L. 175, § 159. 
G. L. 175, § 161. 
S. 1911, 429, § 1. 
Part S. 1908, 170; part R. 

1917, 104, § 2. 
S. 1919, 35. 
S. 1911, 429, § 3. 
S. 1919, 19. 
G. L. 175, § 171. 
S. 1919, 86. 
G. L. 175, § 185. 
G. L. 175, § 178. 
G. L. 175, §§ 14,25,26. 
5 G. L. 40, § 13. 
G. L. 175, § 160. 



DISPOSITION OF STATUTES SINCE THE REVISED LAWS. 



clxxxv 



1907, 576, § 107 
576, § 108 
576, § 109 
576, § 110 

576, §§ 111, 11 
57G, § 113 
576, §114 
576, § 115 
576, § 116 
576, § 117 
576, § 118 
676, §119 
576, § 120 
676, § 121 

576, § 123 

577, §§ 1-3 

578 . . 

579 . . 

580, § 1 . 

680, § 2 . 
5S0, § 3 . 

580, § 4 . 
581 . . 

581, §§ 1,2 

581, §3 . 

681, §4 . 

582, § 1 . 

582, § 2 . 

682, §§3-17 
682, § 18 . 
682, §§19-25 
582, § 26 . 
582, §§27-40 
682, § 41 . 
682, § 42 . 
582, § 43 . 
682, §§44-55 
582, § 56 . 
682, §§67,58 
582, § 59 . 
582, § 60 . 
585, § 1 . 

585, § 2 . 

585, §§3,4 
585, §§5,6 
585, § 7 . 
585, § 8 . 

585, § 9 . 

685, § 10 . 

686, §11 . 
686, § 1 . 

586, §§2-7 
, 67, § 1 . 

75 . . 
81 . . 
85, § 1 . 

85, § 2 . 

91 . . 
98 . . 
99, § 1 . 



S. 1919, 47; 130. 

G. L. 175, § 168. 

G. L. 175, § 18. 

PartG. L. 175, § 26; part S. 

1914, 661. 
! G. L. 175, §§ 20, 21. 
G. L. 175, § 23. 
S. 1919, 110. 
G. L. 175, § 85. 
S. 1908, 162. 
G. L. 176, § 4. 
G. L. 175, § 122. 
G. L. 175, § 45. 
G. L. 175, § 194. 
Part G. L. 175, § 159; part S. 

1910, 426. 
O. 
S. 1909, 514, § 52; R. 1909, 

514, § 145. 
S. 1909, 490, III, § 56. 
S. 1913, 835, § 408; R. 1913, 

835, § 503. 
S. 1908, 648, § 3; R. 1909, 

534. § 31. 
S. 1909, 534, §§ 4, 29; R. 

1909, 634, § 31. 
S. 1908, 642, § 1; R. 1909, 

534, § 31. 
Temporary. 
R. 1913, 835. § 603. 
S. 1910, 55, §§ 1, 2. 
S. 1911, 422. 
S. 1913, 835, § 499. 
Part G. L. 106, § 7; part S. 

1916, 98. 
S. 1918, 257, § 270. 
G. L. 105, §§ 9-23. 
8. 1909, 227. 
G. L. 105, §§ 24-30. 
G. L. 223, § 72. 
G. L. 105, §§ 31-44. 
S. 1918, 257, § 271. 
G. L. 105, § 46. 
G. L. 105, § 47; 223, § 73. 
G. L. 105, §§ 48-59. 
G. L. 105, § 56. 
G. L. 105, §§ 65, 66. 
O. 

G. L. 106, § 66. 
Part G. L. 160, § 71; part 

Temporary. 
Part G. L. 160, §§ 33, 71; 

part Temporary. 
G. L. 160, §§ 72, 73. 
G. L. 160, §§ 116, 117. 
G. L. 169, § 64. 
G. L. 160, § 62. 
G. L. 160, § 74. 
G. L.159, § 54. 
O. 
S. 1908, 194, § 1; 1909, 490, 

III, §72. 
S. 1909, 490, III, §§ 73-78. 
G. L. 66, § 4. 
G. L. 201, § 11. 
S. 1912, 311. 
S. 1913, 835, § 352; R. 1913, 

835, § 503. 
S. 1913, 835, § 495; R. 1913, 

835, § 503. 
S. 1915, 164. 
G. L. 48, § 77. 
S. 1909, 490, II, § 32. 



1908, 99, § 2 
104 . 
108 . 
110, §1 
110, §2 
116 
120 
121 
123 
126 
127 

133 

135, § 1 

142 

143 

149, § 

150 

151 

153 

158 

162 

163, § 1 

165 

166 

168 

169 

170 

173 

177 

178 

179 



181 

1S2, § 1 

185 

187, 

189 

190 

191 



193 . 
194, § 1 
194, § 2 
194, § 3 
195 . 
197 . 

205, § 1 

205, § 2 

208 . 

209 . 
209, §§ 1-3 
209, §§4,5 
216, § 1 

216, §2 



218, §1 
219 . 



220 
221 



S. 1909, 490, II, § 85. 

o. 

S. 1920, 630, § 22. 

S. 1909, 166. 

S. 1913, 211. 

S. 1908, 505. 

S. 1909, 490, I, § 6. 

S. 1911, 736, § 5. 

G. L. .136, § 17. 

S. 1908, 273, § 1. 

S. 1915, 292, § 4; R. 1916, 

292, § 13. 
G. L. 133, § 4. 
G. L. 38, § 1. 
G. L. 40, § 48. 
G. L. 147, § 2. 
G. L. 183, § 54. 
G. L. 270, § 14. 
G. L. 175, § 46. 
G. L. 193, § 14. 
G. L. 92, §§ 95, 96. 
G. L. 175, § 188. 
G. L. 155, § 10. 
G. L. 175, § 168. 
S. 1910, 366. 
G. L. 216, § 123. 
S. 1910, 87. 
S. 1911, 429, § 1. 
G. L. 5. § 3. 
G. L. 231, § 119. 
S. 1914, 370, § 1; R. 1914, 

370, § 3. 
S. 1910, 540, § 1. 
S. 1915, 15; R. 1918, 257, 

§355. 
S. 1917, 169. 
S. 1910, 629. 
S. 1919, 350, § 108. 
G. L. 140, § 132. 
G. L. 71, § 58. 
S. 1915, 254, § 1. 
Part G. L. 218, § 65; part S. 

1912, 462, § 1; part R. 

1912, 462, § 2. 
S. 1909, 490, I, § 11. 
S. 1909, 490, III, § 72. 
S. 1909, 490, III, § 79. 
S. 1909, 490, III, § 72. 
G. L. 30, § 29. 
S. 1914, 653, §§6, 7; R. 1914, 

653, § 9. 
S. 1918, 257, § 237. 
S. 1909, 424, § 1; R. 1919, 

91, §4. 
S. 1915, 253, § 5. 
R. 1916, 61, § 5. 
S. 1911, 244, §§ 1-3. 
S. 1911, 244, §§2, 3. 
S. 1917, 344, III, § 17; R. 

1917, 344, VIII, § 1. 
S. 1917, 344, III, § 19; R. 

1917, 344, VIII, § 1. 
S. 1909, 514, § 27; R. 1909, 

614, § 145. 
G. L. 215, § 62. 
S. 1908, 382, § 1; R. 1908, 

382, § 2. 
S. 1909, 490, III, § 68. 
S. 1913, 655, § 4; R. 1913, 

665, § 61. 
G. L. 178, § 11. 
S. 1909, 490, II, § 76. 
G. L. 215, § 62. 



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1908, 228 

" 229 
" 230 
" 231 



232 . . 

233 . . 
237, §§ 1, 2 
237, § 3 . 
237, §§4-14 
237, § 15 . 
237, §§ 16-19 
237, § 20 . . 

237, §§21,22 
237, § 23 . . 
237, §§24-26 
237, §§27-29 

237, § 30 . . 
237, §31 . . 



237, 


§32 . . 


237, 


§§33-38 


237, 


§39 . . 


237, 


§40 . . 


237, 


§§41-52- 


237, 


§§53,54 


237, 


§§55, 56 


237, 


§57 . . 


237, 


§§58-61 


237, 


§62 . . 


237, 


§§63-75 


237, 


§76 . . 


237, 


§77 . . 


243 




245, 


§1 . 


245, 


§2 . . 


245, 


§3 . . 


247 




248 




250, 


§1 '■ '■ 


250, 


§2 . . 


251 




253 




255 




256 




257, 


§1 . . 


257, 


§2 . . 


259 




263 




266, 


§§1,2 


266, 


§3 . 


266, 


§§4,5 


268 




269 




270 




273 




278 




279 




280 




286 





S. 1009, 514, § 26; R. 1909, 

514, § 145. 
S. 1915, 37. 
S. 1916, 241, § 1. 
Part G. L. 217, §§ 24, 26; 

parts. 1911,445, § l;part 

R. 1911, 445, § 2. 
G. L. 279, § 31. 
G. L. 166, § 38. 
G. L. 106, §§3,4. 
PartG. L. 106, § 5; part O. 
G. L. 106, §§ 6-16. 
Part G. L. 106, § 17; part O. 
G. L. 106, §§ 18-21. 
Part G. L. 106, § 22; part S. 

1910, 214, § 40. 
G. L. 106, §§ 23, 24. 
Part G. L. 106, § 25; part O. 
G. L. 106, §§ 26-28. 
(By reference) G. L. 106, 

§29. 
S. 1918, 257, § 280. 
(By reference) G. L. 106, 

§29. 
S. 1918, 257, § 281. 
(By reference) G. L. 106, 

§29. 
G. L. 223, § 72. 
(By reference) G. L. 106, 

§29. 
G. L. 106, §§ 30-41. 
Part G. L. 106, §§ 42, 43; 

part O. 
G. L. 106, §§44, 4.5. 
Part G. L. 106, § 46; part O. 
G. L. 106, §§47-50. 
Part G. L. 106, § 51 ; part S. 

1910, 214, §42. 
G. L. 106, §§ 52-64. 
Part G. L. 106, § 65; part O. 
G. L. 106, § 63. 
S. 1914,742, § 197; R. 1914, 

742, § 199. 
S. 1919, 350, § 37. 
G. L. 128, § 39. 
S. 1912, 500, § 1. 
S. 1909, 490, II, § 82. 
S. 1913, 334. 
S. 1913, 719, § 9. 
O. 

G. L. 127, § 148. 
S. 1916, 177. 
G. L. 130, § 8. 
S. 1908, 604, § 130; R. 1908, 

604, § 209. 
PartG. L. 73, § 2; part O. 
Tcmporarj'. 
S. 1918, 287, § 4; R. 191S, 

287, § 7. 
G. L. 90, § 18. 
G. L. 161, §§73, 74. 
G. L. 161, § 73. 
G. L. 161, §§ 75, 76. 
S. 1909, 490, IV, § 14. 
S. 1912, 442, § 2. 
S. 1909,403, §§2,3; R. 1909, 

403, § 4. 
S. 1911, 328, § 1. 
G. L. 161, § 114. 
S. 1917,344,1, §23;R. 1917, 

344, VIII, § 1. 
G. L. 266, §§ 71, 72. 
S. & R. 1918, 257, § 419. 



5INCE THE RI 

1908, 288 . 


:VISED L.\WS. 

. S. 1909, 204, § 1; R. 1910, 




555, § 3. 


" 289 . 


. G. L. 218, § 10. 


" 290 . 


. G. L. 40, § 5, subs. 26. 


" 294, § 1 


. S. 1915, 301, §§ 1-5, 7; R. 




1915, 301, § 14. 


" 294, § 2 


. S. 1909, 301. 


" 295 . 


. G. L. 205, §§ 1, 5. 


" 296, § 1 


. O. 


" 296, §2 


. S. 1910, 321; R. 1915, 145, 




§13. 


" 296, § 3 


. S. 1915, 145, § 3; R. 1915, 




145, § 13. 


'■ 296, § 4 


. S. 1915, 145, § 2. 


" 297, § 1 


. S. 1915, 145, § 8; R. 1915, 




145, § 13. 


•■ 297, § 2 


. S. 1915, 145, § 10; R. 1915, 




145, § 13. 


•■ 299 . 


. S. 1909, 490, II, § 20. 


" 300, § 1 


. S. 1909, 326. 


■• 300, §2 


. S. 1909, 490, III, § 55. 


" 301, §§1- 


> . G. L. 92, §§ 43-47. 


" 304 . 


. S. 1910, 219, § 1. 


" 305 . 


. S. 1913, 324. 


" 306 . 


. R. 1909, 514, § 145. 


" 306, § 1 


. S. 1909, 514, § 8. 


" 306, §§2, 


} . S. 1909, 514, § 9. 


" 307 . 


. R. 1910, 387, § 11. 


" 307, § 1 


. S. 1910, 387, § 1. 


" 307, § 2 


. S. 1909, 375, § 1. 


" 307, §4 


. S. 1910, 387, § 5. 


" 313 . 


. G. L. 197, § 6. 


" 314 . 


. S. 1909,490,1, §§57,59,60 




62, 94. 


" 315 . 


. Temporary. 


" 316 . 


. G. L. 110, §6. 


■■ 317, §1 


. S. 1908, 604, § 174; R. 1908, 




604, § 209. 


" 318 . 


. S. 1909, 490, III, §59; 1909 




528. 


" 319 . 


. G. L. 217, § 33. 


" 323 . 


. S. 1914, 532, § 2. 


" 324 


. S. 1909, 145, §§1,2. 


" 325, §§1, 


2 . G. L. 149, § 107. 


" 325, § 3 


. O. 


" 326 . 


. G. L. 217, § 33. 


■• 327 . 


. G. L. 217, § 33. 


" 328, § 1 


. G. L. 217, § 33. 


" 329, § 1 


. G. L. 94, § 138. 


" 329, §§2, 


J . G. L. 94, §§ 122, 123. 


" 329, § 4 


. G. L. 94, § 121. 


" 329, § 5 


. Part G. L. 94, § 124; part O. 


" 329, § 6 


. S. 1912, 248, § 2. 


" 329, § 7 


. O. 


" 330, § 1 


. G. L. 130, § 13. 


" 333 . 


. G. L. 136, § 6. 


" 335 . 


. R. 1913, 655, § 61. 


" 335, § 1 


. S. 1913, 655, §§ 31, 51. 


■' 335, § 2 


. S. 1910, 143. 


" 335, § 3 


. S. 1913, 655, § 58. 


" 335, §4 


. S. 1913, 655, § 1. 


" 338 


. G. L. 223, § 25. 


" 341, § 1 


. S. 1911, 350. 


" 341, §2 


. S. 1913, 719, § 6, subs. 4. 


" 341, §3 


. G. L. 45, § 6. 


" 341, §4 


. S. 1914, 742, § 98; R. 1914 




742, § 199. 


" 342 . 


. S. 1910, 421, § 2. 


" 343 . 


. G. L. 136, § 6. 


" 344 . 


. S. 1908, 604, § 16; R. 1908 




604, § 209. 


" 345, §§1- 


J . R. 1913, 835, § 503. 


" 348 . 


. S. 1913, 339. 



DISPOSITION OF STATUTES SINCE THE REVISED LAWS. 



dxxxvii 



1908, 349 . . 


. S. 1912, 174, § 1; R. 1912, 
174, § 2. 


1908,418 




. Part G. L. 218, § 53; part S. 
1913, 736, § 1; part R. 


" 350, § 1 . 


. S. 1911, 548, §2. 






1913, 736, § 2. 


" 350, § 2 . 


. S. 1908, 583. 


" 420 




S. 1909,514, § 127; R. 1909, 


" 351 . . 


. G. L. 218, § 69. 






514, § 145. 


" 352 . . 


. S. 1919, 177, § 1. 


" 422 




. S. 1914, 336. 


" 353 . . 


. S. 1919, 112, § 1; R. 1919, 
112, §2. 


" 423, 


§1 .' 


S. 1913, 835, § 109; R. 1913, 
835, § 503. 


" 354 . . 


. G. L. 136, § 10. 


" 423, 


§2 . 


S. 1913, 8.35, § 98; R. 1913, 


" 356 . . 


. S. 1910, 330; R. 1918, 257, 






835, § 503. 




§214. 


" 424 




S. 1918, 249. 


" 358, § 1 . 


. Part G. L. 221, § 64; part 
Temporary. 


" 425 




S. 1913,835, §201; R. 1913, 
835, § 503. 


" 358, § 2 . 


. S. 1909, 230. 


" 426 




G. L. 125, §§28, 29. 


" 360, § 1 . 


. PartG. L. 140, §49; part O. 


" 427, 


§i ' 


Part S. 1911, 537; R. 1918, 


" 360, § 2 . 


. G. L. 140, § 50. 






198, § 8. 


" 365 . . 


. S. 1910, 273. 


" 427. 


§2 . 


O. 


" 368 . . 


. G. L. 140, § 179. 


" 428 




S. 1913, 835, § 92; R. 1913, 


" 370 . . 


. G. L. 276, § 7. 






835, § 503. 


" 371 . . 


. S. 1908, 604, § 174; R. 1908, 


" 431, 


§§1,2 


G. L. 34, § 9. 




004, § 209. 


" 431, 


§3 . 


G. L. 34, § 11. 


" 372, § 1 . 


. S. 1914, 527, § 1; R. 1914, 
527, § 2. 


" 431, 


§§4,5 


S. 1917,344,11, §§32,33; R. 
1917, 344, VIII, § 1. 


" 372, § 2 . 


. S. 1909, 429. 


" 433 




S. 1909, 490, III, § 5. 


" 374 . . 


. G. L. 217, § 33. 


" 434, 


§i ' 


S. 1912, 71; 1914, 370, § 2; 


" 375 . . 


. G. L. 22, § 6. 






R. 1914, 370, § 3. 


" 377 . . 


. S. 1909, 396; R. 1910, 545, 


" 435, 


§1 . 


G. L. 94, § 45. 




§4. 


" 436 




G. L. 175, § 139. 


" 378 . . 


. G. L. 129, § 15. 


•■ 440 




S. 1913, 612, § 2. 


" 379, §§1-3 


. G. L. 114, §§34 36. 


" 441, 


§1 '■ 


S. 1909, 272, § 1; 1911, 236, 


" 380 . . 


. S. 1909,514, §141; R. 1909, 
514, § 145. 






§ 1; 356, § 1; R. 1909, 
272, § 2; 1911, 236, § 2; 


" 381, § 1 . 


. G. L. Ill, § 185. 






356, § 5. 


" 381, §§2, 3 


. G. L. Ill, § 186. 


" 441, 


§2 . 


S. 1911, 236, § 1; 356, § 3; 


" 382, § 1 . 


. PartG. L. 158, §43; part S. 






R. 1911,236, §2; 356, §5. 




1914, 742, § 91; part R. 


" 441, 


§3 . 


S. 1911, 236, § 3; 3.56, § 4; 




1914, 742, § 199. 






R. 1911,2.36, §2; 356, §5. 


" 385, § 1 . 


. G. L. 130, §§2,4. 


" 442 




S. 1919, 287, § 1. 


" 385, § 2 . 


. Part G. L. 140, § 181; part 


" 443 




G. L. 5, § 3. 




0. 


" 444 




S. 1918, 189, § 1; R. 1918, 


" 386 . . 


. S. 1918, 237. 






189, § 2. 


" 387 . . 


. S. 1909, 490, I, §§ 56, 57. 


" 446 




S. 1919, 287, §§ 1, 4. 


" 389 . . 


. R. 1913, 655, § 61. 


•• 450 




G. L. 162, § 9. 


" 3S9, § 1 . 


. S. 1909, 354. 


" 452 




Part G. L. 40. §§ 16-18; part 


" 389, § 2 . 


. S. 1913, 655, § 49. 






S. 1909, 289. 


" 389, § 3 . 


. Parts. 1913, 655, §58; part 
O. 


■• 453 




S. 1918,257, §219, subs. 14; 
R. 1918, 257, § 214. 


" 390, § 1 . 


. Part G. L. 159, § 75; part S. 


" 454, 


§§1.2 


G. L. 93, §§ 2, 3. 




1918, 257, § 187, subs. 6. 


" 454, 


§3 . 


G. L. 93, § 7. 


■■ 390, §2 . 


. S. 1914, 18. 


" 454, 


§4 . 


O. 


" 391 . . 


. S. 1913, 835, § 340; R. 1913, 
835, § 503. 


" 457 




S. 1909,514, §§ 129, 130; R. 
1909, 514, § 145. 


" 392 . . 


. G. L. 40, § 5, subs. 25. 


" 458 




G. L. 218, § 70. 


" 395 . . 


. S. 1920, 282. 


" 459, 


§1 '. 


S. 1910, 429, § 1. 


" 396 . . 


. S. 1918, 161, § 1; R. 1918, 
161, § 2. 


" 459, 


§2 . 


S. 1910, 429, § 2; R. 1918, 
189, § 2. 


" 397 . . 


. S. 1919, 287, §§ 1, 4. 


" 459, 


§3 . 


R. 1918, 189, § 2. 


" 402 . . 


. R. 1911, 614, § 13. 


■' 400 




R. 1909, 436, § 4. 


'■ 402, § 1 . 


. S. 1911, 614, § 1. 


" 460, 


§§1-3 


S. 1909,436, §§ 1-3. 


" 402, § 2 . 


. S. 1910, 614, § 3. 


■' 401 




S. 1913,835, §269; R. 1913, 


" 405 . . 


. S. 1909, 468, § 4. 






835, § 503. 


" 411, §1 . 


. S. 1912, 448. 


■■ 462 




R. 1909, 371, § 10. 


" 411, §2 . 


. G. L. 94, § 146. 


" 462, 


§1 ' 


S. 1909,371, §§ 1-3. 


" 411, §3 . 


. G. L. 94, § 149. 


" 462, 


§§2-5 


S. 1909, 371, § 3. 


" 413, § 1 . 


. S. 1909, 466, § 1; R. 1909, 


■' 403 




O. 




466, § 2. 


" 464, 


§1 ' 


S. 1908, 594. 


" 414 . . 


. G. L. 29, § 43. 


" 464, 


§2 . 


S. 1909, 490, III, § 21. 


" 416, § 1 . 


. PartG. L. 20, §5; 12S, §§5, 
12; part O. 


" 465, 


§1 . 


Part G. L. 270, § 98; part S. 
1914, 191. 


" 416, §2 . 


. o. 


" 465, 


§§2,3 


G. L. 276, §§ 99, 100. 


" 417, § 1 . 


. S. 1917, 271, § 1. 


" 465, 


§4 . 


Part G. L. 276, § 101; part 


" 417, §2 . 


. G. L. 1.30, § 3. 






O. 


" 417, §3 . 


. G. L. 130, § 2. 


" 465, 


§5 . 


G. L. 276, § 102. 



clxxx\'iii 



DISPOSITION OF STATUTES SINCE THE REVISED LAWS. 



1908, 469 . 




Part S. 1912, 66; part R. 
1918, 257, § S. 


1908, 515, 
" 516 


§2 . . 


" 470 . 




S. 1919, 105. 


'• 518 




" 471 . 




G. L. 175, § 78. 


" 518, 


§i .' . 


•' 473 . 




G. L. 175, § 33. 


" 518, 


§2 . . 


•■ 474 . 




Part G. L. 5, § 4; part S. 


" 520, 


§1 . . 






1912, 61, § 1. 


" 520, 


§2 . . 


" 475 




S. 1919, 127. 


" 520, 


§§3.4 . 


" 476, § 1 




G.L.92, §62; 147, §§14,17. 


" 520, 


§5 . . 


" 476, § 2 




G. L. 147, §§ 14, 17. 


" 520, 


§6 . . 


" 477 . 




R. 1909, 309, § 4. 


" 520, 


§7 . . 


'■ 477, §§ 1- 


-3 


S. 1909, 309, §§ 1-3. 


■' 520, 


§8 . . 


" 478, § 1 




S. 1909. 214. 


" 520, 


§9 . . 


" 478, § 2 




G. L. 132, § 10. 


" 520, 


§§10,11 


" 478, § 3 




G. L. 132, § 2. 


" 520, 


§12 . . 


" 478, § 4 




G. L. 132, § 10. 


" 520, 


§13 . 


■' 478, §§5, 


6 


O. 


" 520, 


§14 . . 


" 478, § 7 




G. L. 132, § 10. 


" 520, 


§15 . . 


" 478, § 8 




G. L. 132, § 5. 


■■ 523, 


§1 . . 


■■ 479 . 




S. 1911,561, §5. 






" 480 . 




S. 1909, 440, § 2; 1913, 835, 


" 523, 


§2 . . 






§70; R. 1913, 835, §503. 


" 525, 


§1 . . 


" 481, §1 




S. 1909, 371, § 2; R. 1909, 


" 525, 


§2 . . 






371, I 10. 


" 525, 


§3 . . 


" 482 . 




S. 1909, 390, § 1. 


" 528 




" 483 . 




S. 1912, 229, §§ 1, 2; R. 


" 529 








1913, 835, § 503. 


" 529, 


§1 ; '. 


" 484 . 




R. 1911, 614, § 13. 


" 529, 


§2 . . 


" 484, §§ 1 


2 


S. 1911, 2.35, §§ 1, 2. 


" 529, 


§§3,4 . 


" 484, § 3 




S. 1909, 325. 


" 529, 


§5 . . 


" 484, § 4 




S. 1910, 614, § 2. 


" 529, 


§6 . . 


" 484, § 5 




S. 1911, 2.35, §3. 


" 530 




" 485 




R. 1909, 514, § 145. 


" 531, 


§1 '. '. 


" 485, §§ 1- 


-6 


S. 1909, 514, §§ 2-7. 






" 485, § 7 




S. 1909, 371, § 3. 






" 486 




S. 1914,742, § 114; R. 1914, 


'■ 531, 


§2 . . 






742, § 199. 


" 531, 


§3 . . 


" 487 . 




R. 1913, 655, § 61. 


" 531, 


§4 . . 


" 487, §§ 1 


2 


S. 1913, 655, §§55, 56. 






" 488, §§ 1 


2 


G. L. 130, § 62. 






" 488, § 3 




Part G. L. 130, § 62; part 0. 


" 531, 


§§5,6 . 


" 489 . 




R. 1909, 514, § 145. 


" 532 




" 489, §§ 1 


2 


S. 1909, 514, § 136. 


" 534, 


§1 .' . 


" 489, § 3 




S. 1909, 514, § 137. 






" 489, §§4 


5 


S. 1909, 514, § 138. 


" 536, 


§1 . . 


" 489, § 6 




S. 1909, 514, § 140. 






" 492 




S. 1917, 53. 


" 536, 


§2 . . 


" 493, § 1 




G. L. 169, § 10. 


" 537 




" 493, § 2 




G. L. 169, § 3. 


" 539 




" 495 . 




G. L. 159, § 102. 


" 541, 


§§1.2 ; 


" 497 . 




S. 1919,25, §2; R. 1919,25, 


" 541, 


§3 . . 






§3. 


" 542, 


§1 . . 


" 498, §1 1 


2 


G. L. 32, §§ 42, 43. 


" 542, 


§2 . . 


" 498, § 3 




R. 1913, 832, § 16. 


" 543 




" 499, §§ 1 


2 


S. 1911, 135, §§ 1, 2. 


" 544 




" 499, § 3 




O. 


" 547 




•' 499, § 4 




G. L. 40, § 41. 






" 499, § 5 




S. 1911, 135, § 3. 


" 549 




" 499, § 6 




O. 


" 550, 


§1 " '■ 


" 502 . 




S. 1910, 223, § 1. 


" 550, 


§2 . 


" 504 . 




G. L. 160, § 195. 


" 550, 


§3 . 


" 505 . 




G. L. 172, § 52. 


" 550, 


§4 . 


" 507, § 1 




S. 1914, 159; R. 1918, 257, 
§2. 


" 552 
" 553 




" 509 . 




S. 1910,499, § 1; 1913, 541; 
1917, 146, § 1. 


" 555 
" 560 




" 510, § 1 




S. 1913, 246. 


" 561 




" 510, §2 




S. 1908, 621, § 1. 






" 511, §§1-4 


S. 1912, 401, §§ 1-4. 






" 512 . 




S. 1917, 344, VII, §§4, 5;R. 


" 563, 


§1 . 






1917, 344, VIII, § 1. 


" 563, 


§2 . . 


" 513, §§ 1- 


-5 


S. 1912, 223, §§ 1-5. 






" 515, §1 




S. 1912, 608, § 5. 


■' 565 





G. L. 129, § 36. 

G. L. 231, § 118. 

R. 1913, 835, § 503. 

S. 1913, 835, § 358. 

S. 1913, 835, § 500. 

G. L. 172, § 60. 

Part G. L. 172, § 61 ; part O. 

G. L. 172, §§ 62, 63. 

G. L. 172, § 65. 

Temporary. 

G. L. 172, § 66. 

S. 1910, 377. 

S. 1917, 283. 

G. L. 172, §§ 75, 76. 

S. 1909. 490, III, § 37. 

G. L. 172, § 26. 

G. L. 172, § 20. 

G. L. 172. § 45. 

S. 1918. 189, I 1; R. 1918. 

189. § 2. 
R. 1918. 189. § 2. 
S. 1918. 257. § 289. 
S. 1913. 720. §§ 1. 2. 
S. 1910. 172. § 1. 
G. L. 227. § 5. 
R. 1914. 742. § 199. 
S. 1914. 742. § 1. 
S. 1914. 742. § 165. 
S. 1914, 742, §§ 167, 168. 
S. 1909, 316, § 1. 
S. 1914, 742, § 171. 
S. 1910, 567. 
Part G. L. 94, § 291 ; part S. 

1911, 266, § 1; part R. 

1911, 266, § 5. 
G. L. 94, § 1. 
G. L. 94, § 292. 
Part G. L. 94, § 295; part S. 

1911, 266, § 4; part R. 

1911, 266, §5. 

G. L. 94, §§ 293, 294. 

Temporary. 

Part S. 1914, 742, § 35; part 

R. 1914, 742, §199;partO. 
S. 1913. 317. § 1; R. 1913, 

317, §3. 
S. 1913, 317, § 2. 
S. 1920, 141. 
G. L. Ill, § 173. 
G. L. 217, §§ 1, 2. 
S. 1919, 353, §§ 1, 2. 
S. 1909, 47, § 1. 
G. L. 159, § 61. 
S. 1920, 327, § 2. cl. (6). 
G. L. 6, § 11. 
S. 1909, 514, §§ 53, 54; R. 

1909, 514. § 145. 
G. L. 6. § 8. 
S. 1909. 490. Ill, § 2. 
S. 1909. 490. III. § 5. 
S. 1909. 490. III. § 7. 
S. 1909, 490, III, § 6. 
G. L. 159. §§84, 85. 
S. 1909, 514, § 143. 
S. 1913, 797. § 1. 
G. L. 92. § 10. 
Part G. L. 9, § 2; part S. 

1912. 522; 1913,718; part 
O. 

S. 1909, 393, § 1. 

Part G. L. 146, § 26; 175, 

§ 117; part O. 
R. 1914, 791, § 16. 



I 



DISPOSITION OF STATUTES SINCE THE REVISED LAWS. 



clxxxix 



1908, 566 . . 


. R. 1914, 791, § 16. 


" 566, §§1,2 


. S. 1914, 791, §§ 1, 2. 


" 566, § 3 . 


. S. 1914, 791, § 15. 


" 566, § 4 . 


. Parts. 1914, 791, §§ 4, 10. 


" 566, § 5 . 


. S. 1914, 791, § 5. 


" 568 . . 


. O. 


" 570, § 1 . 


. G. L. 94, §§ 1, 19. 


" 570, § 2 . 


G. L. 94, § 19. 


" 572 . . 


R. 1911,471, § 11. 


" 572, §§1,2 


S. 1909,457, §§ 1,2. 


" 572, § 3 . 


Parts. 1911, 471, §§4, 8. 


" 572, § 4 . 


S. 1911, 471, § 7. 


" 583 . . 


G. L. 269, § 10. 


" 586 . . 


S. 1916, 248, § 1. 


" 589, §§ 1-4 


Special. 


" 589, § 5 . 


S. 1909, 490, I, § 53. 


■■ 589,.§§ 6-9 


Special. 


" 590, § 1 . 


G. L. 4, § 7, cl. 28; 167, § 1. 


" 590, § 2 . 


Part G. L. 26, § 2; part S. 




1919, 350, §§ 45, 49; part 
0. 
S. 1912, 516, § 1. 


" 590, § 3 . 


" 590, §§4, 5 


S. 1909, 491, §§ 2, 3. 


" 590, §§6, 7 


G. L. 167, §§ 3, 4. 


" 590, § 8 . 


S. 1910, 622. § 2. 


" 590, § 9 . 


S. 1910, 399, § 2; R. 1910, 




399, § 17. 


" 590, § 10 . 


S. 1910, 399, § 7; R. 1910, 




399, § 17. 


" 590, § 11 . 


S. 1910, 399, § 2; R. 1910, 




399, § 17. 


" 590, § 12 . 


S. 1910, 622, § 3. 


" 590, § 13 . 


S. 1912, 97. 


" 590, § 14 . 


Part G. L. 167, § 8; part O. 


" 590, § 15 , 


S. 1910, 393. 


" 590, § 16 . 


S. 1909, 491, § 4. 


" 590, § 17 . 


S. 1914, 470. 


" 590, § 18 . 


G. L. 168, § 2. 


" 590, §§ 19-24 


G. L. 168, §§ 4-9. 


" 590, § 25 . 


Part G. L. 168, § 10; part S. 




1909, 491, § 5. 


" 590, §§26, 27 


G. L. 168, §§ 11, 12. 


" 590, §§28-30 


S. 1910, 622, §§ 4-6. 


" 590, §31 . 


G. L. 168, § 16. 


" 590, § 32 . 


S. 1910, 622, § 7. 


■' 590, § 33 . 


G. L. 168, § 22. 


" 590, §34 . 


S. 1910, 622, § 8. 


" 590, § 35 . 


G. L. 168, § 24. 


" 590, § 36 . 


S. 1911, 211. 


" 590, § 37 . 


G. L. 168, § 26. 


" 590, § 38 . 


S. 1915, 62. 


" 590, § 39 . 


G. L. 168, § 27. 


" 590, § 40 . 


S. 1909, 491, § 6. 


" 590, §41 . 


G. L. 233, § 77. 


" 590, § 42 . 


R. 1910, 622, § 9. 


" 590, §§43-45 


G. L. 168, §§ 28-30. 


" 590, § 46 . 


S. 1909, 491. § 7. 


" 590, § 47 . 


G. L. 168, § 32. 


" 590, §§48-54 


G. L. 168, §§ 34-^0. 


" 590, § 55 . 


S. 1918, 257, § 369. 


" 590, § 56 . 


S. 1916, 198. 


" 590, § 57 . 


S. 1912, 70. 


" 590, § 58 . 


G. L. 167, § 21. 


" 590, § 59 . 


G. L. 168, § 45. 


■' 590, § 60 . 


S. 1919, 116, § 4. 


" 590, § 61 . 


S. 1920, 414. 


" 590, §§62-66 


G. L. 168, §§49-53. 


" 590, § 67 . 


G. L. 168, § 3. 


" 590, § 68 (pre 




Km. H) . 


G. L. 168, § 54 (prelim. V- 


" 590, § 68, cl. 1 


S. 1910, 622, § 10. 


" 590, § 68, cl 




2 (o-c) . 


. G. L. 168, §54, el. 2 (a-c). 



908,590, § 68, 


cl. 




2(d) 




S. 1909, 491, § 8. 


" 590, § 68, 


cl.' 




2(e) 




S. 1912, 580. 


" 590, § 68, 


cl! 




3(a) 




G. L. 168, §54, cl. 3 (o). 


" 590, § 68, 


cl.' 




3 (6-d) 




S. 1909, 491, § 8. 


" 590, § 68, 


cl.' 




3(e) . 




Part G. L. 168, § 54, cl. 3 (e) ; 
part O. 


" 590, § 68, 


el. 




3(/) . 




G. L. 168, §54, cl. 3 (/). 


" 590, § 68, 


cL 




3 (g) . 




Part G. L. 168, § 54, cl. 3 (g) ; 
part S. 1909, 491, § 8. 


" 590, § 68, 


cl. 




3 (h. i) . 




G. L. 168, § 54, cl. 3 {h, i). 


" 590, § 68, 


cl'. 




3 U) . 




S. 1909, 491, § 8. 


" 590, § 68, 


cl.' 




3 (ft-n) . 




G. L. 168, §54, el. 3 (k-n). 


" 590, § 68, cl. 4 


G. L. 168, § 54, cl. 17. 


" 590, § 68, 


els. 




5,6 




G. L. 168, § 54, els. 4, 5. 


" 590, § 68, cl. 7 


G. L. 168, § 54, cl. 7. 


" 590, § 68, cl. 8 




(prelim. 


V 


S. 1909, 491, § 8. 


" 590, § 68, 


cl. 




8(a) . 




G. L. 168, §54, cl. 9 (a). 


" 590, § 68, 


cL 




8 (6-d) . 




S. 1909, 491, § 8. 


" 590, § 68, 


cl.' 




8(e) . 




Part G. L. 168, § 54, el. 9 (c) ; 
part S. 1909, 491, § 8. 


" 590, § 68, 


cl. 




8(/) ■ 




G. L. 168, § 54, cl. 9 (/). 


" 590, § 68, 


els! 




9-13 . 




G. L. 168, § 54, els. 11-15. 


" 590, §§ 69 


70 


O. 


" 591, § 1 . 




PartG. L. 132, §§8, 11; part 
S. 1909,263, §§1,2; 1919, 
350, § 42. 


" 591, §2 . 




S. 1915, 124. 


'■ 594 . . 




S. 1909, 490, I, § 5, cl. 15. 


" 595, § 1 . 




G. L. 91, § 46. 


" 595, §§2, 3 




G. L. 91, §47. 


" 595, §§4, 5 




G. L. 91, §§48, 49. 


" 597, § 1 . 




G. L. 11, § 1. 


" 597, § 2 . 




PartG. L. 11, § 2; part 0. 


" .597, § 3 . 




S. 1919, 210. 


" 597, § 4 . 




Part G. L. 11, § 8; part S. 
1916, 296. §§ 3, 4. 


" 597, § 5 . 




S. 1910, 220, § 1; R. 1910, 
220, § 6. 


" 597, § 6 . 




G. L. 11, §8. 


" 598 . . 




Part G. L. 121, § 6; part S. 



190S, 639, § 6; 1919, 350, 

§§ 91-93. 
599, §1 . ■. Part G. L. 159, § 33; part 

S. 1917, 122, § 1. 
599, § 2 . . G. L. 159, § 33. 
599, § 3 . . S. 1913, 784, § 13. 
599, §4 . . S. 1911, 755, §§ 1, 2. 
601, §1 . . S. 1911, 673, § 1. 
601, §2 . . S. 1920, 461. 
601, §3 . . G. L. 32, §48. 
604 ,. . R. 1917, 327, § 268. 
604, § 1 . . S. 1917, 327, § 1. 
604, §2 . . S. 1917, 327, §§ 2, 3. 
604, §§3, 4 . S. 1917, 327, §§3, 4. 
604, § 6 . . S. 1917, 327, § 3. 
604, §§ 7-11 . S. 1917, 327, §§ 5-9. 



DISPOSITION OF STATUTES SINCE THE REVISED LAWS. 



1908, 604, 
604, 
604, 
604, 
004, 
604, 
604, 

604, 
604, 



§12 
§13 
§14 
§15 
§16 
§17 
§18 

§19 

§20 



604, § 21 



604 


§22 . . 


604 


§25 . . 


604 


§26 . . 


604 


§28 . . 


604 


§29 . . 


604 


§30 . . 


604 


§31 . . 


604 


§32 . . 


604 


§33 . . 


604, 


§35 . . 


604, 


§36 . . 


604, 


§37 . . 


604 


§38 . . 


604 


§39 . . 


604 


§40 . . 


604, 


§41 . . 


604, 


§42 . . 


604, 


§43 . . 


604, 


§44 . . 


604, 


§45 . . 


604, 


§46 . . 


604, 


§47 . . 


604, 


§48 . . 


604, 


§49 . . 


604, 


§50 . . 


604, 


§51 . . 


604, 


§52 . . 


604, 


§53 . . 


604, 


§54 . . 


604, 


§55 . . 


604, 


§56 . . 


604, 


§57 . . 


604, 


§58 . . 


604, 


§59 . . 


604, 


§61 . . 


604, 


§62 . . 


604, 


§63 . . 


604 


§64 . . 


604 


§65 . . 


604 


§66 . . 


604, 


§§67,68 


604, 


§69 . . 


604 


§70 . . 


604, 


§71 . . 


604 


§72 . . 


604, 


§73 . . 



S. 1912, 720, § 1. 

S. 1916, 284, § 1. 

S. 1910, 348, § 1. 

Part S. 1917, 327, § 10. 

S. 1915, 289, § 1. 

S. 1917, 327, § 14. 

S. 1912, 365, § 1; 1917, 327, 

§§ 11,78(6), 194(a). 
S. 1916, 1, § 1. 
S. 1910, 228; 1911, 326; 1912, 

365, § 2; 720, § 2. 
S. 1917, 327, § 194; R. 1912, 

365, § 4. 
S. 1911, 670. 
S. 1916, 284, § 3 (a); 1917, 

327, §§ 78 (c), 118, 222 (a). 
S. 1915, 289, § 2. 
S. 1917, 327, § 78 (b). 
S. 1917,327, §222 (a). 
S. 1917, 327, § 15. 
S. 1917, 327, § 189; part R. 

1916, 284, § 16. 
S. 1915, 289, § 3. 
S. 1917, 327, § 16. 
S. 1917,327, §§50,81 (c). 
S. 1917, 327, §§ 81 (a), 197. 
S. 1917, 327, §§ 81 (fe), 198. 
S. 1917, 327, §§ S3, 84. 
S. 1910, 348, § 2. 
S. 1917, 327, §§ 85, 201. 
S. 1911, 298. 
S. 1910, 299. 

S. 1917,327, §§ 88, 203 (b). 
S. 1916, 284, § 6. 
S. 1917, 327, §§90, 205 (a). 
S. 1917, 327, §§91, 205 (6). 
S. 1917, 327, §§92, 205 (c). 
S. 1917,327, §§93, 208 (a). 
S. 1917,327, §§94, 205 (d). 
S. 1917, 327, §§95, 205 (c). 
S. 1917, 327, §§ 96,205 (/), 

208 (6). 
S. 1917, 327, §§97, 208 (c). 
S. 1917, 327, §§ 98, 205 (h), 

208 (e). 
S. 1917,327, §§99, 208(/). 
S. 1917, 327, §§ 100, 206 

(a). 
S. 1917,327, §§ 101, 206 (b). 
S. 1916, 284, § 7. 
S. 1917,327, §§103,207 (a). 
S. 1917,327, §§ 104,207 (6). 
Parts. 1912, 138, § 1; 464, 

§§1,2,4, 6; R. 1912, 138, 

§ 4; 464, § 13. 
S. 1912, 464, § 7; R. 1912, 

464, § 13. 
S. 1912,464, §§ 1,4, 5, 8, 9; 

R. 1912, 464, § 13. 
S. 1912, 464, § 3; R. 1912, 

464, § 13. 
S. 1912, 464, §§ 1, 9; R. 

1912, 464, § 13. 
R. 1912, 464, § 13. 
S. 1912, 464, § 5; R. 1912, 

464, § 13. 
S. 1912, 464, § 7; R. 1912, 

464, § 13. 
S. 1912, 464, § 11; R. 1912, 

464, § 13. 
S. 1917, 327, §§105 (ft), 210. 
S. 1917,327, §§ 110 (a), 263. 
S. 1917,327, §§109,217. 



604, 
604, 

604, 
604, 

604, 
604 
604, 
604, 

604 
604 
604, 



§74 



§78 

§79 
§80 

§81 
§82 
§83 
§84 



604 


§90 . 




604 


§§91,92 


604 


§93 . . 


604 


§94 . 




604 


§95 . 




604 


§96 . 




604 


§97 . 




604 


§98 . 




604 


§99 . 




604 


§100 




604 


§101 




604 


§102 




604 


§103 




604 


§104 




604 


§105 




604 


§106 




604 


§107 




604 


§108 




604 


§109 




604 


§110 




604 


§111 




604 


§113 




604 


§114 




604 


§115 




604 


§116 




604 


§117 




604 


§118 




604 


§§119-121 


604 


§122 . 


604 


§123 . 


604 


§124 . 


604 


§126 . 


604 


§§127-132 


604 


§133 . 


604 


§§134,135 


604 


§136 . 


604 


§137 . 


604 


§§ 138, 139 


604 


§140 


604 


§141 . 


604 


§142 


604 


§§ 143-148 


604 


§149 . 


604 


§150 . 


604 


§151 . 


604 


§152 





S. 1916, 284, §§ 10, 16; 1917, 

327, § 119. 
S. 1916, 2S4, § lU; 1017, 327, 

§ 119. 
S. 1917, 327, § 119. 
S. 1916, 284, § 10; 1917, 327, 

§119. 
R. 1909, 167. 
S. 1916, 284, §§ 10. 16; 1917, 

327, §119. 
S. 1917,327, §§ 120,223 (a). 
S. 1916, 284, § 11. 
S. 1914, 376. 
S. 1915, 126, § 2; 1917, 327, 

§§ 122, 225 (W. 
S. 1917, 327, §§ 123, 225 (c). 
S. 1917, 327, §§ 124 (a), 226. 
Part S. 1917, 327, §§ 125, 

227 (a). 
S. 1917, 327, §§ 126, 227 

(b, c). 
S. 1917, 327, §§ 191, 265. 
S. 1912, 444, §§ 1, 2. 
S. 1917, 327, § 111. 
Part S. 1917, 327, §112. 
S. 1917, 327, §§ 113, 219. 
S. 1912,441. 

S. 1917,327, §§ 114, 219 (6). 
Part S. 1917, 327, § 219 (d). 
S. 1915, 2S9, § 4. 
S. 1917,327, §§ 116,220 (a). 
S. 1915, 289, § 5. 
S. 1917,327, §§ 117,221 (6). 
S. 1912, 87. 

S. 1917,327, §§129, 229 (fc). 
S. 1917, 327, §§ 130, 229 (a). 
S. 1912, 67. 
S. 1911, 554. 
S. 1916, 284, § 13. 
S. 1917, 327, §§ 134, 231 (c). 
R. 1913, 321. 

S. 1917,327, §§ 135,231 (d). 
S. 1917, 327, § 141. 
S. 1917,327, §§ 136,232. 
S. 1917,327, §§137 (c), 140, 

233 (c), 236. 
S. 1917, 327, §§ 139, 140, 

235, 236. 
S. 1917, 327, §§ 137 (b), 

233 (6). 
S. 1917, 327, §§ 137 (a), 

233 (a). 

S. 1917, 327, §§ 138 (,a-c), 

234 (a-c). 

S. 1917, 327, § 142. 

S. 1917, 327, §§ 143, 237. 

S. 1912, 142. 

S. 1917, 327, § 145. 

S. 1917, 327, §§ 35^0. 

S. 1909, 323. 

S. 1917, 327, §§ 42, 43. 

Part S. 1917, 327, § 44. 

S. 1913, 812, § 3; 1917, 327, 

§45. 
S. 1917, 327, §§ 46, 47. 
S. 1914, 752, § 1. 
S. 1917, 327, § 25. 
S. 1915, 289, § 6. 
S. 1917,327, §§27-32. 
R. 1912, 116. 
S. 1917, 327, § 33. 
S. 1917, 327, § 146. 
S. 1916, 209. 



DISPOSITION OF STATUTES SINCE THE REVISED LAWS. 



, §153 


. S. 1917,327, §§148,239 (c). 


1908, 606, 


§2 . 


, §154 


. S. 1916,209; 1917,327, §149. 


" 606, 


§3 . 


, §155 


. S. 1917, 327, § 150. 


" 606, 


§§4,5 


, §§ 156, 157 S. 1917, 327, §§ 151 (a, b). 


" 606, 


§§6,7 




239 id). 


" 606, 


§8 . 


, §15S 


. S. 1911,642, § 1. 


" 612 




, §159 


. S. 1917,327, §§ 157,243 (a). 


" 613, 


§1 '■ 


, §160 


. S. 1917, 327, §§ 17, 152. 






, §161 


. Part S. 1917, 327, §§ 158, 
243 (6). 


" 613, 


§2 . 


, §162 


. S. 1911, 594, § 1. 


" 613, 


§3 . 


, §163 


. S. 1917,327, §54 (a). 


" 614 




, §§ 164-166 S. 1917, 327, §§ 55-57. 


" 615 




. §167 


. S. 1917, 327, § 187 (c). 


" 617 




, §168 


. S. 1917,327, §§ 161,245. 


" 617, 


§1 '■ 


, §169 


. S. 1917, 327, § 58. 


" 617, 


§2 . 


, §170 


. S. 1916, 8. 


" 617, 


§3 . 


,§171 


. S. 1917, 327, § 60. 


" 620 




, §172 


. Parts. 1917, 327, §§34, 160, 


" 621 






244 (h). 


" 629 




, §173 


. S. 1913, 532. 






,§174 


. S. 1911, 642, § 2; 1912, 399; 


" 630 






part R. 1916, 221, § 2; 


" 636, 


§i .' 




1917, 105, §3. 


" 636, 


§§2,3 


,§175 


. S. 1917, 327, § 169. 


" 637, 


§1 . 


, §176 


. S. 1912, 568. 


" 637, 


§2 . 


, §177 


. S. 1914, 481. 


" 638 




, §178 


. S. 1917, 327, §§179, 264. 


" 639, 


§1 '. 


, §§ 179, 180 S. 1917, 327, |§ 178, 257 (b). 






. §181 


. S. 1917, 327, §§ 180, 181, 


" 639, 


§2 . 




258 (a). 


" 639, 


§3 . 


, § 182 


. S. 1912, 519. 






, §183 


. S. 1917, 327, §§ 180-184, 








257 (a), 259 (a, 6). 


•' 639, 


§4 . 


, §184 


. S. 1917, 327, §§ 180, 183, 
257 (a). 






, §185 


. S. 1917, 327, §§ ISO, 183, 


" 6.39, 


§5 . 




185-187 (a), 257 (a), 260 


" 639, 


§6 . 




(a, b). 






. §186 


. Part S. 1917, 327, §§ 186, 


•• 639 


§7 . 




260 (a). 


" 642 




, §187 


. S. 1917, 327, §§ 153 (6), 180, 








196, 257 (a). 


" 643 




, §188 


. S. 1917,327, §§ 153(6), ISO, 
182, 183, 196, 257 (a). 


" 645 




, §189 


. S. 1917, 327, §§ 153 (h). 


" 646 






188, 196. 


" 648 




I, § 190 


. Part S. 1917, 327, §§ 153, 


" 648, 


§§1,2 




188, 196. 


" 648, 


§3 . 


, §191 


. S. 1915, 289, § 7. 


" 648 


§4 . 


, §193 


. S. 1917,327, § 19. 


" 648, 


§5 . 


, §194 


. S. 1917, 327, §§ 153 (a), 196. 


" 648, 


§6 . 


, § 195 


. S. 1917, 327, § 64. 


" 648, 


§7 . 


I. §§ 196, 197 S. 1917, 327, §§ 66, 67. 


" 648, 


§8 . 


, §198 


. S. 1909, 170; part R. 1916, 


" 649, 


§1 . 




284, § 16. 


" 649, 


§2 . 


I, § 200 


. S. 1912, 58. 


" 650 




, §201 


. S. 1916, 284, § 14. 






I, § 202 


. S. 1917, 327, § 71. 


" Res 


59 . 


I, § 203 


. S. 1917, 327, §§ 154, 240. 


1909, 33 




I, § 204 


. S. 1917, 327, §§ 192, 266. 


" 47 




i. § 205 


. S. 1917, 327, § 74 (a). 


•' 49 




I, § 206 


. S. 1917, 327, §§155, 241. 


■• 50 




I, § 207 


. S. 1917,327, §§ 177, 255. 


" 60 




I, § 208 


. S. 1917, 327, § 75. 


" 67 




J 


. R. 1911,727, §24. 


" 74, 


Si' ; 


>, §1 


. S. 1911,727, §3. 


" 74, 


S2 . 


>, §2 


. S. 1911,727, §§4,7. 


" 92 




>, §4 


. S. 1911, 727, § 17. 


" 93 




5. §5 


. S. 1911, 727, § 10. 


" 94 




5, §6 


. S. 1909, 317. 






5, §§7, 


3 . S. 1910, 563. 


■' 95 




3, §1 


. G. L. 88, § 14. 


" 98 





G. L. 88, § 17. 

G. L. 88, § 19. 

G. L. 88, §§ 14, 15. 

G. L. 88, §§ 17, IS. 

G. L. 88, §§15, 17. 

G. L. 36, §§4,5. 

S. 1909, 504, § 1; R. 1909, 

504, § 107. 
S. 1909, 504, §§ 14, 15; R. 

1909, 504, § 107. 
Temporary. 
S. 1909, 490, III, § 64. 
S. 1909, 490, III, §§ 72-79. 
R. 1914, 742, § 199. 
S. 1914, 742, § 159. 
S. 1914, 742, § 146. 
S. 1914,742, §§ 159, 160. 
G. L. 159, § 53. 
Temporary. 
S. 1909, 504, § 82; R. 1909, 

504, § 107. 
G. L. 11, § 13. 
S. 1909, 369. 
G. L. 159, §§ 51, 52. 
S. 1909, 216. 
S. 1915, 254, § 1. 
G. L. 11, § 12. 
Part G. L. 120, § 1; part S. 

1911, 566, § 1; part O. 
PartG. L. 18, § 6; part O. 
Part G. L. 119, § 73; 121, 

§ 15; part S. 1918, 257, 

§306; partO. 
Part G. L. 120, §§ 14, 15; 

parts. &R. 1915, 113, §2; 

part O. 
G. L. 120, §§3,4. 
Part S. 1919, 350, § 87; part 

O. 
Special. 
S. 1909, 534, § 30; R. 1909, 

534, § 31. 
S. 1917, 189. 
S. 1909, 514, § 48; R. 1909. 

514, § 145. 
S. 1920, 327, § 2, el. (6). 
R. 1909, 534, § 31. 
S. 1909, 534, §§ 25, 26. 
Part S. 1909, 534, § 2. 
S. 1909, 534, § 20. 
S. 1909, 534, § 8. 
S. 1909, 5.34, §§ 18, 21. 
S. 1909, 634, § 22. 
S. 1909, 534, § 29. 
G. L. 160, § 189. 
Part G. L. 160, § 190; part O. 
S. 1909, 514, § 112; R. 1909, 

514, § 145. 
PartG. L. 75, § 14; part O. 
O. 

G. L. 159, § 59. 
G. L. 27S, § 7. 
G. L. 5, § 3. 

PartG. L. 2, § 6; part O. 
O. 

G. L. 92, § 16. 
Part G. L. 92, § 16; part O. 
G. L. 175, § 63. 
G. L. 218 § 1. 
S. 1913, 336, § 2; R. 1913, 

336, §§3,4. 
G. L. 175, §§ 66, 68. 
G. L. 122, § 12. 



DISPOSITION OF STATUTES SINCE THE REVISED LAWS. 



1909, 103 
114 
115 
116 
117 
118 



119, § 1 
119, §2 
131 . 
132, § 1 
132, § 2 

133 . 

134 . 

136, § 1 

136, § 2 
145, § 1 
145, § 2 
147 . 



148 . 

149 . 

154, § 1 

154, § 2 

155, § 1 
155, § 2 
160 . 



166 




167 




170 




173, 


§1 . 


174, 


§1 . 


177, 


§1 . 


177, 


§2 . 


180 




181 




183 




184 




186 




187 




188 




189 




190 




191 




192, 


§i " 


192, 


§2 . 


193 




196 




197 




198, 


§i '. 


198. 


§3 . 


199 




201 




204, 


§i ' 


204, 


§2 . 


206, 


§1 . 



G. L. 40, § 43. 
G. L. 194, § 6. 
G. L. 200, § 11. 
G. L. 223, § 35. 
Part G. L. 218, § 1; part O. 
S. 1917, 327, § 52; R. 1917, 
327, § 268. 

o. 

G. L. 224, § 59. 

G. L. 146, § 69. 

G. L. 127, § 140. 

Part G. L. 127, §§ 138, 140; 

part O. 
S. 1914, 276; R. 191S, 257, 

§377. 
S. 1917, 344, V, §4; R. 1917, 

344, VIII, § 1. 
Part G. L. 29, § 39; part S. 

1916, 152. 
G. L. 29, § 39. 
G. L. 92, § 53. 
Temporary. 
Part G. L. 5, § 3; part S. 

1910, 80, § 1; 1912, 144, 

§1. 
R. 1910, 137. 
S. 1912, 446, § 1; 1913, 835, 

§203; R. 1913,835, §503. 
G. L. 138, § 65. 
G. L. 138, § 74. 
G. L. 267, §§ 1, 2. 
G. L. 267, §§ 5, 6. 
PartG. L.36, §21; 262, §38; 

part S. 1920, 495, § 1 ; part 

R. 1920, 495, § 2. 
PartG. L. 221, § 93; part S. 

1918, 287, § 1. 
G. L. 217, § 3. 

R. 1917, 327, § 268. 

S. 1914, 380; R. 1916, 284, 

I 16; 1917, 327, § 268. 
S. 1914, 742, § 108; R. 1914, 

742, § 199. 
Part G. L. 3, § 21; part S. 

1914, 710, § 1; part R. 

1919, 350, § 23. 
G. L. 92, § 30. 

G. L. 92, § 29. 

S. 1911, 456, §§ 1, 7. 

G. L. 119, § 42. 

Part G. L. 214, § 7; part 

O. 
G. L. 148, § 65. 
O. 

R. 1918, 257, § 34. 
G. L. 32, § 83. 
G. L. 136, § 4. 
G. L. 223, § 114. 
R. 1920, 418, § 23. 
S. 1920, 327, § 2, cl. (a). 
S. 1920, 327, § 2. 
G. L. 212, § 17. 
G. L. 110, § 18. 
G. L. 212, § 14. 
G. L. 191, § 23. 
G. L. 191, § 23. 
S. 1919, 180. 
G. L. 41, § 17. 
S. 1910, 645; R. 1910, 555, 

§3. 
O. 
S. 1913, 815, § 3; R. 1913, 

815, § 9. 



909, 208 . 


. PartG. L. 121, §§8, 22 
O. 


; part 


" 211 . 


. S. 1909, 514, § 139; R. 
614, § 145. 


1909, 


" 212, §1 


. G. L. 128, § 3. 




•• 212, §2 


. Temporary. 




" 213 . 


. S. 1913,835, §340; R. 
835, § 503. 


1913, 


" 214 . 


. G. L. 132, § 10. 




■• 216 . 


. S. 1915, 254, § 1. 




" 217 . 


. G. L. 218, § 70. 




" 218, §1 


. S. 1914, 370, § 1; R. 
370, § 3. 


1914, 


" 219, §1 


. S. 1911,473, §§ 1,2. 




" 219, §2 


. S. 1911,473, § 2. 




" 220 . 


. S. 1913, 815, §§1,3; R 
815, §9. 


1913, 


■' 221 . 


. PartG. L. 100, §§ 1,2 
Special. 


part 


" 227 


. S. 1913, 228. 




" 229 . 


. S. 1911, 232. 




" 230 . 


. S. 1920, 540, § 1. 




" 233 . 


. G. L. 160, § 220. 




" 235 . 


. G. L. 276, § 59. 




" 236, §§ 1, 


2 . G. L. 231, §§ 122, 123. 




" 236, §3 


. G. L. 231, § 131. 




•■ 237 . 


. S. 1915, 292, § 9. 




" 242 . 


. G. L. 175, § 131. 




" 243 . 


. G. L. 59, §§ 6, 7. 




" 245 . 


. G. L. 102, § 15. 




" 248 . 


. G. L. 217, § 23. 




" 250 . 


. G. L. Ill, §69. 




" 254 . 


. G. L. 140, § 182. 




•' 255 . 


. G. L. 268, § 30. 




•• 256 . 


. S. 1912, 330. 




■• 258 . 


. G. L. 92, § 10. 




" 259 . 


. S. 1909, 490, II, § 45. 




" 261, §1 


. G. L. 138, § 27. 




" 261, §2 


. O. 




" 261, §3 


. Part G. L. 13, § 22; part O. 


■' 261, §4 


. G. L. 13, § 23. 




" 261, §5 


. S. 1918, 257, § 292. 




" 262 . 


. R. 1911, 614, § 13. 




" 262, § 2 


. S. 1911,614, §4. 




" 263, § 1 


. S. 1917, 63. 




" 263, § 2 


. O. 




•■ 264 . 


. S. 1913, 835, § 97; R. 
835, § 503. 


1913, 


•• 265 


. R. 1917,312, §7. 




" 265, § 1 


. S. 1917,312, §§ 1, 2. 




•• 265, § 2 


. S. 1917,312, §6. 




■' 266 . 


. G. L. 65, §§ 33, 34. 




" 267. § 1 


. S. 1914, 198, §6 (§40, 


t3). 


■' 267, § 2 


. S. 1914, 198, §6 (§41, 


15). 


" 268 . 


. S. 1909, 527, § 1. 




•■ 270 . 


. G. L. 102, § 19. 




•' 272 . 


. S. 1910, 365, § 1; R. 
365, § 2. 


1910, 


" 273, § 1 


. S. 1916, 114. 




•■ 273, §2 


. S. 1912, 443. 




" 274 . 


. G. L. 123, §§ 102, 103 




" 276 . 


. S. 1910, 439, § 3. 




" 278 . 


. G. L. 140, § 114. 




" 279 . 


. G. L. 114, § 15. 




" 280 . 


. S. 1917, 327, § 62; R. 
327, § 268. 


1917, 


" 281 . 


. R. 1914, 791, § 16. 




" 281, §1 


. S. 1911,48, § 1. 




" 281, § 2 


. S. 1914,791, §§ 4, 10. 




" 281, §3 


. S. 1914, 791, § 5. 




" 283 . 


. R. 1912, 333, § 2. 




" 283, § 1 


. S. 1912, 333, § 1. 




" 286, § 1 


. G. L. 92, § 70. 





DISPOSITION OF STATUTES SIXCE THE REVISED LAWS. 



286, § 2 . 


Part G. L. 92, § 70; part O. 


1909,371, §3 


. Part G. L. 44. § 44; 149. 


286, §§3,4 


. Part G. L. 92, § 71 ; part O. 




§ 160; part S. 1910, 83; 


287. § 2 . 


. S. 1909, 450. 




1911, 74; 1918, 189, § 1; 


289 . . 


. S. 1917,344, IV, §6; R. 1917, 




part R. 1918, 189, § 2. 




344, VIII, § 1. 


*■ 371. §§4, J 


. G. L. 149, §§ 171, 172. 


292 . . 


. G. L. 117, § 19. 


" 371, §6 . 


. Part G. L. 44, §§43, 44; part 


295 . . 


. S. 1920, 334. 




O. 


297 . . 


. G. L. 198, § 1. 


" 371, §7 . 


. Part G. L. 9, § 8; part S. 


298 . . 


. S. 1917,327, §174; R. 1917, 




1914, 692, § 1; 1919. 350, 




327, § 268. 




§§ 25, 26. 


300 . . 


. S. 1917, 327, § 61; R. 1917, 


•■ 371, §8 


. S. 1919, 350, §§ 25, 26. 




327, § 268. 


" 371, §9 . 


. G. L. 9, § 19; 44, § 46; 149, 


301 . . 


. S. 1911,377. 




§ 173. 


302 . . 


. S. 1912, 384. 


" 375 . 


. S. 1910, 387, § 2; R. 1910. 


303 . . 


. S. 1919, 2.33, § 1; R. 1919, 




387, §11. 




233, § 2. 


" 377 


. R. 1918, 30, § 6. 


309, § 1 . 


. G. L. 131, §42. 


" 377, § 1 


. S. 1910, 469. 


309, § 2 . 


. Part G. L. 131, § 43; part 


•■ 377, §§ 2, : 


. S. 1918, 30, §§4, 5. 




S. 1912, 567, §§2, 3; part 


" 378 . 


. R. 1911, 396. 




R. 1912, 567, § 9. 


•• 379 . 


. G. L. 121, § 7. 


309, § 3 . 


. Part G. L. 131, § 42; part 


" 380 . 


. G. L. Ill, § 116. 




S. 1912,567, § 10; part R. 


" 381 . 


. S. 1910, 244. 




1912, 567, § 9. 


" 382, § 1 


. G. L. 31, §4. 


310, §2 . 


. S. 1910, 320. 


" 384 . 


. G. L. 217, § 33. 


312 . . 


. G. L. 127, § 115. 


" 386 


. S. 1916, 69, § 2. 


316 . . 


. S. 1914, 742, §§ 169, 170; R. 


" 390, § 1 


. S. 1910, 463. 




1914, 742, § 199. 


" 391, §1 


. G. L. 121, § 12. 


317 . . 


. Part S. 1911, 727, §,19; R. 


" 391, §2 


. O. 




1911, 727, §24. 


" 393, § 1 


. S. 1912, 531, § 1. 


318, § 1 . 


. S. 1914,742, §§177, 191; R. 


" 393, §2 


. G. L. 146, §§ 2-1. 




1914, 742, § 199. 


" 393, §3 


. G. L. 146, §§5,7,32,33,68. 


319 . . 


. S. 1914, 787, § 5; R. 1914, 


" 394 . 


. G. L. 160, § 241. 




787, § 12. 


" 396 . 


. S. 1910, 545, §§1,5; R. 1910, 


323 . . 


. S. 1912, 665; R. 1917, 327, 




545, § 4. 




§268. 


" 398 . 


. S. 1910, 459. 


325 . . 


. S. 1910, 614, § 1; R. 1911, 


" 399, § 1 


. G. L. 93, §§35, 37. 




614, § 13. 


" 399, § 2 


. S. 1911,81. 


326 . . 


. S. 1920, 349, § 7. 


" 399, § 3 


. G. L. 93. § 37. 


328 . . 


. S. 1910, 533, §§ 1, 2, 4; R. 


" 399, § 4 


. G. L. 93. § 39. 




1910, 533, § 5. 


'• 402 . 


. G. L. 166. § 20. 


331, § 1 . 


. S. 1915, 262. 


" 403 . 


. R. 1910, 177, § 5. 


342, § 1 . 


. S. 1912, 189. 


" 403, §§ 1, ; 


! . S. 1910, 177, §§1,2. 


342, §§2-4 


. G. L. 63, §§ 13-15. 


" 403, § 3 


. S. 1910, 177, § 4. 


343 . . 


. G. L. 159, § 23. 


" 405, § 1 


. S. 1910, 114. 


344 . . 


. R. 1913, 835, § 503. 


" 405, §2 


. G. L. 94, §§ 33, 34. 


344, § 1 . 


. S. 1909, 440, §§ 2, 5; 1913, 


" 405, § 3 


. S. 1909, 443, § 4. 




835, § 15. 


■■ 407 . 


. S. 1910, 339. 


344, § 2 . 


. S. 1913, 835, § 41. 


" 408 . 


. O. 


344, § 3 . 


. S. 1913, 835, § 45. 


" 410 . 


. S. 1911, 561, §4. 


345 . . 


. S. 1919, 114, § 1. 


" 412, §1 


. G. L. 98, § 1. 


346, § 1 . 


. G. L. 270, §§ 6, 7. 


•■ 412, §2 


. S. 1914, 346; 1918. 257. 


346, § 2 . 


. Part G. L. 270, § 7; part 




§§244, 245. 




O. 


" 413 . 


. S. 1913, 610, § 1; R. 1913, 


346, § 3 . 


. G. L. 270, § 6. 




610, § 6. 


348 . . 


. G. L. 160, § 168. 


" 415 . 


. S. 1913, 247. 


350 . . 


. S. 1918, 257, § 224. 


" 416 . 


. R. 1919, 122, § 6. 


353 . . 


. S. 1913, 386, § 1; R. 1913, 


•' 416, §§ 1- 


i . S. 1914,381, §§ 1-4. 




386, § 2. 


" 417, §1 


. Part G. L. 161, § 7; part 


354 . . 


. R. 1913, 655, § 61. 




Special. 


356 . . 


. R. 1913, 835, § 503. 


■• 417, §§2, 


3 . G. L. 161, §§70, 71. 


357 . . 


. S. 1919, 362, § 2. 


" 417, §4 


. G. L. 161, §81. 


358 . . 


. S. 1914, 722, § 2. 


■• 417, §5 


. S. 1918, 257, § 367. 


362, §§ 1-3 


. G. L. 131, § 68. 


" 417, §6 


. Special. 


363 . . 


. G. L. 153, § 3. 


■• 419 . 


. R. 1915, 268, § 26. 


364 . . 


. G. L. 218, § 70. 


" 419, § 1 


. S. 1915, 268, § 1. 


365, § 1 . 


. S. 1912, 336. 


" 419, §2 


. S. 1915, 268, § 5. 


365, § 2 . 


. O. 


" 419, §3 


. S. 1915, 268, § 2. 


366 . . 


. S. 1914, 690, § 1. 


" 419, §4 


. S. 1915, 268, § 4. 


367 . . 


. S. 1917, 282, § 3. 


" 419, §5 


. S. 1915, 268, § 3. 


368 . . 


. S. 1914, 690, § 1. 


" 419, §§6, 


7 . S. 1915. 268, §§6, 7. 


369 . . 


. S. 1915, 298. 


•■ 419, §8 


. . S. 1915, 268, §§ 12, 13. 


371, §1 . 


. S. 1919, 350, §§ 25, 52. 


" 419, §9 


. S. 1915, 268, § 14. 


371, §2 . 


. S. 1912, 560, § 1. 


" 419, § 10 


. Part S. 1915, 268, § 15. 



DISPOSITION OF STATUTES SINCE THE REVISED LAWS. 



909, 419 


§11 . . 


•■ 419 


§12 . . 


" 419, 


§§13-15 


" 419 


§17 . . 


" 419, 


§§18,19 


" 419, 


§§20,21 


" 419, 


§22 . . 


" 419, 


§23 . . 


" 419, 


§24 . . 


" 420, 


§1 . . 


" 420, 


§2 . . 


" 421, 


§1 . . 


" 421, 


§2 . . 


■• 421, 


§4 . . 


" 422, 


§§1-3 . 


" 423, 


§1 . . 


" 423, 


§2 . . 


" 423, 


§3 . . 


" 423, 


§§4-6 . 


" 424 





428 




428, 


§1 . 


428, 


§2 . 


428, 


§3 . 


429 




430, 


§i '. 


431, 


§1 . 


432 




433, 


§i '. 


433, 


§2 . 


433, 


§3 . 


433, 


§4 . 


434 




436 




436, 


§§1-3 


439, 


§1 . 


439, 


§§2^ 


440 




440, 


§i ." 


440, 


§2 . 



440, 


§3 




440, 


§4 




440, 


§5 




440, 


§6 




441, 


§1 




441, 


§2 





443, 
443, 
443, 



S. 1915,268, §§ 13, 17. 

S. 1915, 268, § 16. 

S. 1915,268, §§9-11. 

S. 1915, 268, § 19. 

S. 1915, 268, § 24. 

S. 1915, 268, §§ 21, 22. 

S. 1915, 268, § 20. 

S. 1915, 268, § 25. 

S. 1915, 268, § 23. 

G. L. 136, § 9. 

G. L. 136, § 6. 

Part G. L. 131, §§ 37, 89; 
part S. 1912, 567, §§ 2, 3, 
6; part R. 1912, 567, § 9. 

G. L. 131, § 40. 

Part G. L. 131, § 37; part 
S. 1912, 567, § 10; part 
R. 1912, 567, § 9. 

G. L. 131, §§29-31. 

S. 1918, 257, § 337. 

S. 1913, 451. 

G. L. 136, § 7. 

G. L. 136, §§ 5-7. 

S. 1919, 91, §§ 1-3; R. 1919, 
91, §4. 

S. 1912, 218, § 3; R. 1912, 
218, § 10. 

R. 1917, 85, § 6. 

S. 1913, 590. 

S. 1917, 85, § 1. 

S. 1914, 298, § 2. 

S. 1918, 257, § 187, subs. 3. 

S. 1913, 792. 

S. 1911,73, §1; R. 1911,73, 
§2. 

S. 1919, 350, §§ 101, 108. 

G. L. 83, § 6. 

G. L. 83, § 10. 

G. L. 83, § 7. 

PartG. L. S3, § 13; part O. 

G. L. 218, § 70. 

R. 1910, 627, § 4. 

S. 1910, 627, §§ 1-3. 

S. 1913, 458. 

S. 1914, 198, § 6 (§§ 41, 42, 
45). 

R. 1913, 835, § 503. 

(See 1914. 198, § 1.) 

Part S. 1909, 490, I, §§ 1.3- 
15,23,26,94, II, §§3,50, 
III, 11, 14; 1912,471, § 1 
1913,453, § 1; 835, §§ 14, 
15, IS, 19, 24-26, 43, 46 
60, ISl, 199,216,219,332 
part gone to many places. 
(See 1914, 198, § 5; 1918 
57; 184, § 7; 257, § 46 
1920, 307.) 

S. 1909, 490, I, § 41. 

(See 1914. 198, § 4.) 

S. 1913, 835, § 15. 

S. 1913, 835, § 24. 

S. 1914,471. 

Part G. L. 182, § 4; part S. 
1909, 440, § 1; 1914, 742, 
§ 148; part R. 1909, 440, 
§8. 

Part G. L. 218, § 26; part S. 
1911, 176, § 1; 1918, 257, 
§420. 

G. L. 94, § 40. 

G. L. 94, § 42. 

G. L. 94, § 41. 



14 



1909, 444 . . 
444, §§1-4 
444, §§6-12 
444, §§13, 
444, § 15 
449 

450 . 
453, § 1 
453, § 2 
453, § 3 
453, §4 

453, § 5 

454, § 1 

457, § 1 
457, § 2 
457, § 3 
457, § 4 

457, § 5 
464 . 
464, § 1 
464, §§2-4 
466 

466, § 1 
460, § 3 
467 . 

468, § 1 



468, § 2 . 
468, § 3 . 
468, § 4 . 
468, §§5-16 
468, § 17 . 

468, § 18 . 

469, §§ 1-4 
469, §§5,6 
469, §§7,8 
471 

472, § 1 
472, § 2 

473 . 

474 . 
476 . 
477, § 1 

477, § 2 . 

481, §§1,2 
481, § 3 . 

483 . . 

483, § 1 . 

483, § 2 . 

483, § 3 . 

483, § 4 . 
483, §§5-7 

483, § 8 . 

485 . . 
488 . . 
490, I, §§ 1- 
490, I, § 4 



490, I, § 5, els, 

1,2 . 
490,1, §5,cl.3 
490,1, §5, cl.4 
490,1, §S,cl. 5 
490, 1, § 5, cl. 6 



R. 1912, 507, § 16. 

S. 1912, 507, §§ 1-4. 

S. 1912,507, §§5-11. 

S. 1911, Res. 103. 

.S. 1912, 507, § 14. 

S. 1911, 366, § 1; R. 1911, 

366, § 2. 
S. 1913, 245. 
G. L. 32, § 69. 
G. L. 32, § 73. 
G. L. 32, § 69. 
S. 1913, 545. 
G. L. 32, § 72. 
S. 1917,344,1, §22;R. 1917, 

344, VIII, § 1. 
S. 1919, 350, §§ 56-58. 
O. 

S. 1910, 282, § 1. 
Part G. L. 69, § 2; 72, § 1; 

parts. 1915, 294, § 5. 
Temporary. 

R. 1917, 344, VIII, § 1. 
S. 1917, 344, I, § 5. 
S. 1917, 344, I, § 6. 
R. 1911, 118, §4. 
S. 1911, lis, § 1. 
S. 1911, 118, §5. 
Part G. L. 175, § 129; part S. 

1913, 474, § 1. 
S. 1912, 549: 1914, 407, § 1; 

587, §l;partR. 1914,407, 

§2. 
S. 1910, 467. 

S. 1910, 470; 1914, 587, § 3. 
S. 1912, SS9. 
S. 1914, 5S7, §§ 5-16. 
S. 1914, 311. 
S. 1913, 475. 
G. L. 130, §§ 85-88. 
G. L. 130, § 87. 
G. L. 130, §§89, 90. 
S. 1911, 297, § 5. 
G. L. 120, § 14. 
S. 1914, 207. 
G. L. 92, §§ 11, 13,82. 
G. L. 94, § 139. 
G. L. 94, §§ 129, 130. 
S. 1910, 374, § 1; R. 1914, 

742, § 199. 
S. 1914, 742, § 44; R. 1914, 

742, § 199. 
G. L. 91, § 11. 
Part G. L. 91, § 29; part S. 

1913, 635, § 3. 
R. 1914, 742, § 199. 

S. 1914, 742, §§ 175, 183. 

S. 1914, 742, § 180. 

S. 1912, 233. 

S. 1914, 742, § 198. 

S. 1914, 742, §§ 175-177. 

S. 1913, 317, § 2; R. 1913, 

317, §3. 
G. L. 161, § 26. 
S. 1920, 327, §2, cl. (6). 
G. L. 59, §§ 1-3. 
Part G. L. 59, § 4; part S. 

1914, 198, §2; part O. 

G. L. 59, § 5, els. 1, 2. 
S. 1914, 518, § 1. 
G. L. 59, § 5, cl. 4. 
S. 1920, 17S. 
O. 



DISPOSITION OF STATUTES SINCE THE REVISED LAWS. 



1909, 490, I, 

7,8 
" 490, 1, 
" 490, I, 

10 
" 490, I, 

11 
" 490, I, 

12 
" 490, I, 

13 
" 490, 1, 

14 
" 490, I, 

15 



§ 5, els 



§ 5, cl. < 
§ 5, cl. 



G. L. 59, §5, els. 11, 12. 
S. 1916, 144, § 1. 



§ 5. cl. 
§5,'cl. 
§ 5, el. 
'§5,'cl. 
§5,'cl. 



490, I, § 6 



490, 1, 
490, 1, 
490, 1, 
490, I, 

490, 1, 

490, I, 

490, I, 
14 

490, I, 

490, I, 

IS 
490, I, 
490, I, 

22 . . 
490, 1, § 23 



§7 . 

§8 . 

§9 . 

§10 . 

§11 . 

§12 . 

§§13, 

§15 . 

§§16- 

§19 '. 
§§20- 



490, 1, § 24 
490, I, § 25 
490, I, § 26 



490, I, §§27, 
28 . . . 

490, I, § 29 . 

490, I, § 30 . 

490, I, §31 . 

490,1, §§32, 
33 . . . 

490,1, §§34- 
36 . . . 

490, I, § 37 . 

490, I, §38 . 

490, I, § 39 . 

490, I, § 40 . 

490, I, § 41 . 



490, I, § 42 . 

490, I, §43 . 

490, I, §44 . 
490,1, §§45- 

48 . . . 

490, I, § 49 . 

490, I, § 50 . 

490, I, § 51 . 

490, I, § 52 . 

490, I, § 53 . 

490, I, § 54 . 
490,1, §§55, 

56 . . , 



G. L. 59, § 5, cl. IS. 

S. 1918, 42. 

G. L. 59, § 5, cl. 21. 

S. 1916, 144, § 2. 

S. 1910, 333. 

S. 1914, 83. 

S. 1914, 598, § 5; R. 1914, 

598, §26; 1918,257, §61. 
S. 1913, 473, § 2. 
S. 1914, 629, § 1. 
G. L. 59, § 6. 
S. 1914, 629, § 2; 1918, 52, 

§2. 
G. L. 59, § 5, cl. 14, § 18, 

cl. 2. 
PartG. L. 59, §5, cl. 2; part 

Special. 

Part G. L. 59, §§ 9, 10; part 

S. 1914, 198, § 2. 
S. 1914, 198, § 2; 1915, 237, 

§23. 

G. L. 59, §§ 12-14. 
Special. 

G. L. 59, §§ 15-17. 

Part G. L. 59, § 18; part S. 

1909, 516, § 2; 1911, 383, 

§2; 1914, 198, §2; 1918, 

129, § 1. 
R. 1918, 129, § 2. 
Part G. L. 59, § 11; part O. 
Part G. L. 59, § 19; part S. 

1909, 440, § 2; 1914, 198, 

§ 2; part O. 

G. L. 59, § 18, els. 6, 7. 
S. 1918, 257, § 35. 
G. L. 59, § 90. 
R. 1918, 43. 

G. L. 59, §§ 91, 92. 



G. L. 59, §§ 20-22. 

S. 1918, 28. 

G. L. 59, § 24. 

G. L. 59, §§ 27, 93. 

G. L. 59, § 28. 

S. 1909, 440, §§ 2, 3; 

198, § 5. 
S. 1909, 515. 
S. 1916, 130. 
G. L. 59, § 32. 

G. L. 59, §§ ,34-37. 

R. 1918, 50, § 1. 

S. 1919, 51. 

G. L. 59, § 26. 

Special. 

S. 1910, 521. 

S. 1913, 649. 



G. L. 59, §§ 43, 44. 



1909, 490, I, § 57 . 


S. 1909, 440, § 1; 1914, 198, 




§ 2: 1920,307. 


" 490, I, § 58 . 


Part G. L. 59, § 46; part R. 




1918, 257, § 38. 


" 490, I, § 59 . 


Part G. L. 59, § 47; part 




Special. 


" 490, I, § 60 . 


Part G. L. 59, § 49; part 




Special. 


" 490, I, §61 . 


G. L. 59, § 94. 


" 490, I, § 62 . 


G. L. 58, §29; 59, §50. 


" 490, I, § 63 . 


G. L. 59, § 51. 


" 490, I, §§64, 




65 . . . 


G. L. 59, § 52. 


" 490, I, §§ 66- 




69 . . . 


G. L. 59, §§ 53-56. 


" 490, I, § 70 . 


S. 1913, 688, § 3; R. 1913, 




688, § 5. 


" 490, I, § 71 . 


S. 1913, 688, § 1. 


•' 490, I, § 72 . 


G. L. 59, § 59. 


" 490, I, § 73 . 


S. 1918, 50, § 2. 


" 490, I, §§ 74- 




76 . . . 


G. L. 59, §§62-64. 


" 490, I, § 77 . 


S. 1918, 257, § 39. 


" 490, I, §§ 78- 




S2 . . . 


G. L. 59, §§ 66-70. 


" 490, I, § 83 . 


S. 1913, 226. 


" 490, I, § 84 . 


S. 1914, 198, § 5. 


" 490, I, § 85 . 


S. 1911, 89. 


" 490, I, § 86 . 


S. 1915, 237, § 17. 


" 490, I, § 87 . 


G. L. 59, § 78. 


" 490, I, § SS . 


S. 1913, 599, § 1. 


" 490, I, §§ 89- 




91 . . . 


G. L. 59, §§80-82. 


" 490, I, § 92 . 


O. 


" 490, I, § 93 . 


S. 1909, 440, § 2; 1913, 453, 



§1- 

490, I, § 94 . Part G. L. 59, §§84, 94; part 

S. 1909, 440, § 2; 1914, 

198, § 2. 
G. L. 59, § 86. 
Part S. 1909, 440, § 2; R. 

1911,308. 
R. 1918, 257, § 40. 
G. L. 59, § 87. 
S. 1919, 135. 
G. L. 58, § 9. 
S. 1911,366, § 1. 
Part G. L. 60, § 1 ; part S. 

1920, 255. 
S. 1918, 257, § 41. 
Part G. L. 60, § 3; part S. 

1909, 440, § 2; 1914, 198, 

§2. 
§ 4 . G. L. 60, § 6. 
§ 5 . S. 1918, 48. 
§ 6 . S. 1918, 257, § 43. 
§§7-10 G. L. 60, §§9-12. 

G. L. 60, §§ 100, 101. 

S. 1918, 257, § 44. 

S. 1909, 512; 1915,237, §22. 

S. 1909, 440, § 2; 1914, 198, 

§ 2; 1918, 57. 



490, I, I 
490, I, ! 

490, I, I 
490, I, i 
490, I, I 
490, I, ! 
490, I, 
490, II, 

490, II, 
490, II, 



§3 



§11 

§12 . 

§13 . 

§14 . 



15- 



490, II, 
490, II, 
490, II, 
490, II, 
490, II, 
490, II, 
490, II, 
490, II, 

490, II, 

18 . 
490, II, 
490, II, 
490, II, 
490, II, 

23 . 
490, II, 
490, II, 

30 . . . 
490, II, § 31 . 



§19 . 
§20 . 
§21 . 
§§22, 

§24 ; 

§§25- 



G. L. 60, §§ 18-21. 

S. 1913, 599, § 2. 

G. L. 60, § 23. 

PartG. L. 60, §24; part O. 

G. L. 60, §§ 25, 26. 
R. 1919, 349, § 2. 

G. L. 60, §§ 27-32. 
G. L. 60, §§ 33, 103. 



DISPOSITION OF STATUTES SINCE THE REVISED LAWS. 



909, 490, II, § 32 . 


S. 1913, 237. 




1909,490,111, §11 . 


Part G. L. 63. § 1; part S. 


" 490. II, §§33, 








1909, 440, § 2; 1914, 


198, 


34 . . . 


G. L. 60, §§ 35, 36. 






§2. 




'• 490, II, § 35 . 


O. 




■■ 490, III, §§12, 






" 490, II, § 36 . 


S. 1909,440, §2; 1914, 198, | 


13 . . . 


G. L. 63, §§ 2, 3. 






§2; 1918,257, §46. | 


•• 490, III, § 14 . 


Part G. L. 63, § 4; part S. 


" 490, II, §§37, 








1909,440, §2; 1914, 


198, 


38 . . . 


G. L. 60, §§38, 39. 






§2. 




" 490, II, § 39 . 


S. 1913, 255. 




" 490, III, §§ 15- 






" 490, II, §§40, 






17 . . . 


G. L. 63, §§ 5-7. 




41 . . . 


G. L. 60, §§ 41, 42. 




'■ 490, III, § 18 . 


S. 1909, 440, § 2; 1914, 


198, 


'■ 490, II, § 42 . 


S. 1918, 257, § 48. 






§2; 1918, 184, §7. 




" 490, II, § 43 . 


G. L. 60, § 44. 




" 490, III, §§ 19, 






" 490, II, § 44 . 


S. 1911, 370. 




20 . . . 


G. L. 63, §§ 9, 10. 




" 490, II, § 45 . 


S. 1912, 390. 




" 490, III, § 21 


S. 1912. 189. 




" 490,11, §46 . 


G. L. 60, § 47. 




'■ 490, III, § 22 


G. L. 63, § 13. 




■' 490, II, § 47 . 


S. 1918, 257, § 50. 




•■ 490, III, § 23 


G. L. 59, § 5, els. 16, 28 


63, 


•' 490, II, §§48, 








§15. 




49 . . . 


G. L. 60, §§ 49, 50. 




" 490, III, § 24 


G. L. 63, § 17. 




•■ 490, II, §§50, 






" 490, III, § 25 


G. L. 59, § 5, els. 16, 30 


63, 


51 . . . 


Part G. L. 60, § 51 ; 


part S. 




§19. 






1909, 440, § 2; 1914, 198, 


" 490, III, § 26 


S. 1915, 217. 






§2. 




" 490, III, §27 


R. 1919, 349, § 8. 




•■ 490, II, § 52 . 


S. 1915, 237, § 24. 




■' 490, III, § 28 


S. 1918, 184, § 2. 




•• 490, II, § 53 . 


S. 1918, 2.57, § 51. 




" 490, III, §§29, 






■■ 490,11, §54 . 


G. L. 60, § 53. 




30 . . . 


S. 1919, 349, §§ 10, 11. 




■• 490,11, §55 . 


S. 1915, 237, § 2. 




" 490, III, §31 


S. 1918, 1.S4, § 3. 




" 490, II, §§ 56- 






" 490, III, § 32 


S. 1919, 349, § 10. 




58 . . . 


G. L. 60, §§ 55-57. 




" 490, III, § 33 


S. 1916, 227. 




" 490, II, § 59 . 


S. 1915, 237, § 16. 




" 490, III, § 34 


S. 1917, 104, § 1. 




•• 490,11, §60 . 


G. L. 60, §§ 62, 104 




" 490, III, § 35 


S. 1910. 235. 




" 490,11, §§61, 






" 490, III, §36 


G. L. 63, § 29. 




62 . . . 


G. L. 60, §§ 62, 63. 




■' 490, III, § 37 


S. 1910, 216; R. 1919, 


349, 


■• 490, II, § 63 . 


S. 1918, 257, § 54. 






§16. 




•• 490,11, §64 . 


R. 1918, 257, § 55. 




" 490, III, §38 


R. 1919, 349, § 16. 




•■ 490, II, §§ 65, 






" 490, III, §39 


S. 1919,355, §§ 1, 14. 




66 . . . 


G. L. 60, §§59, 60. 




" 490, III, § 40 


S. 1909,502, §3; 1911, 


379; 


" 490, II, §§ 67, 








1912, 124; 457; 1914 


198, 


68 . . . 


S. 1915,237, §§19, 


20. 




§6. 




" 490, II, §§ 69, 






" 490, III, §41 


.S. 1910, 270; 1914, 198 


§6. 


70 . . . 


Special. 




•• 490, III, § 42 


S. 1914, 198, § 6; R. 


1919, 


" 490, II, §§ 71- 








349, § 17. 




74 . . . 


G. L. 60, §§ 82-85. 




•■ 490, III, §43 


S. 1913, 453, § 2. 




" 490, II, § 75 . 


S. 1918, 257, § 57. 




" 490, III, § 44 


R. 1919, 349, § 18. 




" 490,11, §76 . 


R. 1915, 237, § 26. 




" 490, III, § 45 


S. 1914, 198, § 6. 




" 490, II, §§ 77- 


• 




" 490, III, §46 


G. L. 63, § 59. 




83 . . . 


G. L. 60, §§ 87-93. 




•• 490, III, § 47 


S. 1912, 457, § 2. 




" 490, II, § 84 . 


G. L. 60, §§ 94, 99. 




" 490, III, §48 


G. L. 63, § 62. 




" 490, II, §§ 85, 






•■ 490, III, § 49 


G. L. 63, §§ 63, 64. 




86 . . . 


G. L. 60, §§ 95, 96. 




" 490, III, §§50, 






" 490, II, § 87 . 


S. 1919, 41. 




51 . . . 


G. L. 63, §§ 65, 66. 




" 490, II, § 88 . 


G. L. 60, § 98. 




" 490, III, § 52 


G. L. 63, § 54. 




•• 490, II, § 89 . 


Part G. L. 60, § 105 


part S. 


" 490, III, § 53 


R. 1918, 184, § 8. 






1913, 311. 




" 490, III, § 54 


S. 1915, 167. 




" 490, II, sched- 






" 490, III, § 55 


Part G. L. 181, § 13; 


part 


ule of forms 


S. & R. 1913, 311. 






O. 




" 490, III, § 1 . 


Part G. L. 14, § 2; 


part S. 


" 490, III, § 56 


S. 1918, 235. 






1919,350, §§ 52, 


53. 


" 490, III, § 57 


S. 1919, 349, § 20. 




" 490, III, § 2 . 


S. 1913,792; 1918, 


103. 


•• 490, III, § 58 


Part G. L. 63, § 80; 


181, 


" 490, III, § 3 . 


G. L. 58, § 29. 






§ 21; part S. 1914, 


198, 


" 490, III, § 4 . 


Part G. L. 58, § 2; 


part S. 




§ 2; part O. 






1914, 198, § 2. 




" 490, III, §59 


S. 1909, 528; 1914, 198 


,§6. 


" 490, III, § 5 . 


S. 1916, 173. 




" 490, III, § 60 


G. L. 63, § 70. 




" 490, III, § 6 . 


Part G. L. 58, § 3; 


part S. 


" 490, III, § 61 


G. L. 63, § 73. 






1914, 198, § 2. 




" 490, III, § 62 


G. L. 63, §§ 75, 80. 




■• 490, III, § 7 . 


G. L. 58, § 4. 




" 490, III, § 63 


G. L. 63, § 74. 




" 490, III, § 8 . 


Part G. L. 58, § 26 
1914, 198, § 2. 


part S. 


■' 490, III, § 64 


S. 1910, 456; 1912, 
1914, 198, § 6. 


695; 


" 490, III, § 9 . 


Part S. 1914, 742 


§ 136; 


" 490, III, § 65 


G. L. 58, § 25. 






1913, 784, § 8; 


part R. 


" 490, III, § 66 


S. 1919, 349, § 22. 






1914, 742, § 199; part 


" 490, III, § 67 


G. L. 63, § 68. 






O. 




" 490, III, § 68 


S. 1919, 349, § 23. 




" 490, III, § 10 . 


S. 1913, 473, § 1. 




'• 490, III, § 69 


G. L. 63, § 72. 





DISPOSITION OF STATUTES SINCE THE REVISED LAWS. 



909, 490, III, § 70 


Part G. L. 63, §77; part R. 


1909, 504, § 10 . . 


R. 1914, 762, § 9. 




1919, 349. § 20. 


" 604, §11 . . 


G. L. 123, § 24. 


" 490, III, §71 


G. L. 63, § 78. 


'■ 504, § 12 . . 


G. L. 123, § 23. 


" 490, III, § 72 


Part S. 1914, 198, § 2; R. 


" 504. § 13 . . 


G. L. 123. § 9. 




1918. 257, § 77. 


" 504. § 14 . . 


G. L. 19, § 5; 123, § 25. 


" 490, III, § 73 


Part S. 1914. 198, § 2; R. 


" 504, § 15 . . 


Part G. L. 19, § 6; part R 




1918, 257, § 77. 




1914.358, §3; part Tem- 


" 490, III, § 74 


R. 1918, 257. § 77. 




porary. 


" 490, III, § 75 


Part S. 1914, 198, § 2; R. 


" 504, § 16 . . 


G. L. 123, § 27. 




1918, 257, § 77. 


" 504, § 17 . . 


PartG. L. 19, §6; 123, §26 


" 490, III, §§76, 






part S. 1914, 762, § 8, cl. 


77 . . . 


R. 1918, 257, § 77. 




(b). 


" 490, III, § 78 


S. 1914, 198, § 6; R. 1918, 


" 504, § 18 . . 


S. 1914, 762, § 6; R. 1914 




257, § 77. 




762, § 9. 


" 490, III, § 79 


R. 1918. 257, § 77. 


" 504. § 19 . . 


R. 1914, 762, § 9. 


" 490, IV, § 1 . 


S. 1909.527, § 1. 


'• 504, § 20 . . 


S. 1914. 762, § 8, els. (a, c. 


" 490, IV, § 2 . 


Part R. 1912, 678, § 2; piirt 




ff);R. 1914, 762, §9. 




O. (See 1920, 396, § 2.) 


" 504. § 21 . . 


S. 1915, 79, § 4. 


" 490, IV. § 3 . 


S. 1911, 502; R. 1912, 678, 


" 504. § 22 . . 


Part S. 1914, 762, § 8, cl. (/) 




§2; 1916,268, §3. 




part O. 


" 490, IV, §4 . 


S. 1909, 527, § 2. 


" 504, § 23 . . 


S. 1918, 257, § 187, subs. 5. 


•• 490, IV, § 5 . 


G. L. 65. § 15. 


" 504, §§24, 25 


S. 1914. 762, § 7; R. 1914, 


•• 490, IV, §§6, 7 


S. 1909.527, §§3,4. 




762, § 9. 


•• 490,IV, §§l^ 




•• 504, §§26, 27 


G. L. 123, §§ 40, 41. 


11 . . . 


G. L. 65, §§ 16-19. 


" 504, § 28 . . 


G. L. 123, § 10. 


■' 490, IV, § 12 . 


G. L. 65. § 21. 


" 504, § 29 . . 


S. 1914. 473. 


" 490, IV, §§ 13, 




" 504. §§30. 31 


G. L. 123, §§51,52. 


14 . . . 


S. 1909, 527, §§ 5, 6. 


•• 504, § 32 . . 


.S. 1916, 67. 


" 490, IV, § 15 . 


Part R. 1912, 678, § 2; part 


" 504, § 33 . . 


G. L. 123, § 54. 




O. (See 1920, 396, § 4.) 


" 504, § 34 . . 


G. L. 123, §§ .55, 71. 


" 490, IV, § 16 . 


S. 1909, 527, § 7; part R. 


•• 504, §§35, 36 


G. L. 123. §§ 56. 57. 




1912, 678, § 2. 


" 504, §37 . . 


S. 1919. 333, § 6. 


■• 490. IV, § 17 . 


G. L. 204, § 3. 


" 504, §§38-40 


G. L. 123, §§59-61. 


" 490, IV, § 18 . 


G. L. 65, § 20. 


•■ 504, §41 . . 


G. L. 123, § 75. 


'■ 490, IV, § 19 . 


G. L. 65, § 25. 


" 504, § 42 . . 


G. L. 123, § 78. 


" 490, IV, § 20 . 


G. L. 65, § 27. 


" 504, § 43 . . 


S. 1919, 145. 


" 490, IV, §21 . 


G. L. 65, § 30. 


" 504, § 44 . . 


O. 


•■ 490, IV, § 22 . 


S. 1911, 551. 


" 504, § 45 . . 


G. L. 123, §§ 86, 96. 


" 490, IV, § 23 . 


Part G. L. 65, § 23; part R. 


" 504, § 46 . . 


S. 1918, 257, §310; R. 1918. 




1910,481, §2. 




257, §311. 


" 490, IV. § 24 . 


S. 1918, 257, § 75. 


•■ 504, §§47.48 


G. L. 123, §§ 72, 73. 


" 490, IV, §§ 25- 




" 504, § 49 . . 


S. 1910, 420. 


27 . , . 


G. L. 65, § 36. 


" 504, § 50 . . 


S. 1914, 558. 


" 491, § 1 . . 


G. L. 172. § 4. 


" 504, §§51-53 


G. L. 123, §§ 63-65. 


" 491, §2 . . 


Part S. 1919. 350, §'47; part 


•• 504, § 54 . . 


S. 1918, 139, § 3. 




O. 


■■ 504, § 55 . . 


O. 


" 491, §3 . . 


S. 1910. 622, § 1. 


" 504. § 56 . . 


G. L. 123, § 68. 


" 491, §4 . . 


S. 1914, 610. 


" 504, §§57, 58 


S. 1911, 71, §§ 1, 2. 


" 491, §5 . . 


G. L. 168, § 10. 


" 504, § 59 . . 


S. 1918, Sp. 119. 


•■ 491, §6 . . 


S. 1912, 171. 


" 504, § 60 , . 


PartG. L. 19, § 6; part O. 


" 491, §7 . . 


S. 1917, 144. 


" 504, §§61,62 


G. L. 123, §§45,46. 


'• 491, § 8 . . 


G. L. 168. § 54, ol. 2 (d). 


" 504, §§63, 64 


S. 1916, 122, §§ 1,2. 




cl. 3 (b-d, g, j). fl. 9 


" 504, § 65 . . 


G. L. 123, 5 67. 




(prelim. H), (6-c). 


" 504, §§66, 67 


G. L. 123, §§ 48, 49. 


•■ 491, §9 . . 


Temporary. 


■■ 504, § 68 . . 


G. L. 123, § S3. 


" 492 .. . 


S. 1913, 835, § 17; R. 1913, 


" 504, § 69 . . 


S. 1911. 334, § 1. 




835, § 503. 


" 504, § 70 .■ . 


G. L. 123, § 21. 


" 494 .. . 


Part G. L. 217, §§ 25, 26; 


•• 504, § 71 . . 


S. 1914, 493. 




part S. 1916, 276, § 2. 


" 504, § 72 . . 


G. L. 123, § 17. 


" 497 .. . 


G. L. 121, §31. 


" 504, § 73 . . 


G. L. 123, §§ 19, 31. 


" 502 .. . 


R. 1917, 122, § 5. 


" 504, §74 . . 


G. L. 123, § 18. 


" 502, § 1 . . 


S. 1910, 558. 


" 504, § 75 . . 


S. 1917, 48. 


■' 504, § 1 . . 


G. L. 123, § 2. 


" 504, §§76,77 


G. L. 123, §§ 89, 90. 


■' 504, §§2,3 . 


S. 1914, 762, § 1; R. 1914, 


■' 504, §§78-80 


,S. 1916, 122, §§3-5. 




762, § 9. 


" 504, § 81 . . 


G. L. 123, § 94. 


" 504, §§4, 5 . 


S. 1914, 762, § 3; R. 1914, 


" 504. § 82 . . 


1915, 208. 




762, § 9. 


■' 504, § S3 . . 


O. 


" 504, § 6 . . 


G. L. 123, § 11. 


" 504, §§84, 85 


G. L. 123, §§97, 98. 


" 504, § 7 . . 


S. 1914, 762, § 2; R. 1914, 


" 504, § 86 . . 


G. L. 123, § 95. 




762, § 9. 


" 504, §§87-92 


G. L. 123, §§ 106-111. 


" 504, § 8 . . 


S. 1914. 762, §§4, 5; R. 1914, 


" 504, § 93 . . 


S. 1919, 48. 




762, § 9. 


" 504, § 94 . . 


S. 1918, 63. 


" 504, § 9 . . 


G. L. 123, § 5. 


" 504, § 95 . . 


PartG. L. 123, §32; part O. 



CXCVUl 


E 


ISPO.SITION OF STAT 


UTE.S 


SINCE THE REV 


S 


1909, 504, 


§96 . 


O. 




1909, 514, § 53 . . 




' 504 


§§97,98 


Special. 




" 514, §54 . . 




' 504 


§99 . 


G. L. 201, §§ 6, 7. 








' 504 


§ 100 


G. L. 201, § 14. 




" 514, §55 . . 




' 504, 


§101 


G. L. 201, § 13; 206, § 


7, 


" 514, §§ 56, 57 




' 504, 


§102 


G. L. 202, § 12. 




■' 514, §58 . . 




' 504, 


§103 


S. 1917, 46, § 1. 




" 514, §59 . . 




' 504, 


§104 


G. L. 123, § 101. 




" 514, §60 . . 




• 504 


§105 


G. L. 123, §§ 102, 103. 








■ 504 


§106 


S. 1910, 122. 




" 514, §61 . . 




' 504 


§108 


O. 




" 514, §§62-64 




' 50S 


§1 . 


Part G. L. 131, §§ 39, 89: 


" 514, §65 . . 






part S. 1912, 567, 


§ 6; 


" 514, §66 . . 






part R. 1912, 567, § 


9. 


" 514, §67 . . 


" 5D8 


§2 . 


G. L. 131, §40. 




" 514, § 68 . . 


'• 508. 


§3 . 


O. 




" 614, §§69, 70 


*■ 508, 


§4 . 


Part G. L. 131, § 39; 


part 


" 514, §71 . . 






S. 1912, 567, § 10; 


part 


" 514, §72 , . 






R. 1912, 567, § 9. 




" 514, §73 . . 


" 512 




S. 1915, 237, § 22; R. 
237, § 26. 


1915, 


" 514, §74 . , 

" 514, §75 . . 


* 


• 513, 


§§1-3 


S. 1913, 453, § 2. 




" 514, §§76, 77 




' 514, 


§1 . 


G. L. 149, § 160. 




" 514, §78 . . 




• 514, 


§2 . 


PartG.L. 149, § 161; part O. 


" 514, §79 . . 




' 514, 


§3 . 


S. 1911, 158. 




" 514, § 80 . . 




' 514, 


§§4-6 


G. L. 149, §§ 163-165. 




" 514, §81 . . 




■ 514, 


§7 . 


G. L. 23, § 4; 149, § 166. 


" 514, § 82 . . 




• 514, 


§§8,9 


G. L. 149, §§ 167, 168. 




" 514, §§83, 84 




' 514, 


§10 . 


PartG.L. 23, §13; 150, §2; 


" 514, §85 . . 






part S. 1917, 341; 


1918, 


" 514, §86 . . 






225; 257, § 476; 


1919, 








350, §§71,72,74; part 0. 


" 514, §§ 87, 88 




' 514, 


§11 . 


S. 1914, 681, § 1. 




" 514, § 89 . . 




■ 514, 


§§ 12,13 


G. L. 150, §§5, 6. 




" 514, §90 . 






' 514, 


§14 . 


S. 1920, 361. 




" 514. §91 . 






' 514, 


§15 . 


S. 1913, 444. 




■• 514. §92 . 






■ 514, 


§ 16 . 


S. 1914, 681, § 2. 




■' 514, § 93 . 






' 514, 


§17 . 


PartG. L. 149, § 1; part S. 


" 514, §94 . 








1911, 241: part R. 


1913, 


" 514, §95 . 








655, § 61. 




" 514, §96 . 






' 514, 


§§18,19 


G. L. 149, §§ 19, 20. 








• 514, 


§20 . 


G. L. 149, §§25, 180. 








' 514, 


§21 . 


G. L. 149, § 26. 




" 514, §§97. 98 




' 514, 


§22 . 


G. L. 149, § 28. 








' 514, 


§23 . 


S. 1920, 210. 




" 514, §99 . . 




' 514, 


§24 . 


G. L. 159, §4. 








' 514, 


§§25,26 


G. L. 271, §§ 40, 41. 




•■ 514, §§ 100, 




' 514, 


§27 . 


G. L. 149, §21. 




101 . . . 




' 514, 


§28 . 


S. 1912, 495. 




" 514, §102 






• 514, 


§29 . 


G. L. 271, § 39. 




" 514, § 103 






' 514, 


§30 . 


G. L. 175, § 29. 




" 514, § 104 






' 514, 


§31 . 


G. L. 110, §9. 




■• 514, § 105 






' 514, 


§32 . 


G. L. 266, § 69. 




•■ 514, §§ 106- 






' 514, 


§§33-35 


G. L. 149, §§ 175-177. 




109 . . 






■ 514, 


§36 . 


Part G. L. 143, § 20; 


149, 


" 514, §110 








§ 180; part S. 1913 


806, 


" 514, § HI 








§12. 




" 514, §112 






' 514, 


§§37,38 


S. 1911,494, §§ 1, 2. 




■' 514, §113 






■ 514, 


§39 . 


S. 1911,494, §§ 1,4. 




" 514, § 114 






■ 514, 


§40 . 


S. 1911,494, §3. 




" 514, § 115 






' 514, 


§41 . 


Temporary. 




" 514, §116 






' 514, 


§42 . 


S. 1911, 494, § 1. 




" 514. §117 






' 514, 


§43 . 


G. L. 149, § 37. 




" 514, §118 






' 514, 


§44 . 


G. L. 48, § 56. 








• 514, 


§45 . 


S. 1913, 835, §§ 5, 488. 




" 514, §§119, 120 




• 514, 


§46 . 


S. 1912,533, §§2,3. 




" 514, § 121 




' 514, 


§47 . 


S. 1913, 758. 




" 514, § 122 






' 514, 


§48 . 


S. 1911,484, § 1. 




" 514, § 123 






' 514, 


§49 . 


Part G. L. 149, § 57; part 0. 


" 514, § 124 






' 514, 


§50 . 


O. 




" 514, §125 






' 514, 


§51 . 


Part G. L. 149, § 59; 


part 


" 514, § 126 








S. 1913,831, §9. 




" 514, § 127 




* 


' 514, 


§52 . 


G. L. 149, §§ 47, 49, 50. 


" 514, § 128 





G. L. 149, § 39. 

PartG. L. 125, §§ 13, 24, 31; 

p.irt O. 
G. L. 149, § 40. 
S. 1913, 779, §§ 14, 15. 
S. 1910, 257, § 3. 
S. 1913, 779, § 17. 
S. 1910, 257, § 4; 1913, 779, 

§ 18. 
S. 1910, 249. 
S. 1913, 779, §§ 20-22. 
S. 1913, 831, § 26. 
.S. 1913, 779, § 23. 
G. L. 149, § 99. 
S. 1917, 110. 
G. L. 149, §§ 101, 102. 
G. L. 149, § 100. 
S. 1912, 96. 
S. 1913,831, §§3, 20. 
R. 1913, 806, § 13. 
S. 1910, 404. 
G. L. 149, §§ 104, 105. 
S. 1915, 117. 
S. 1914, 328, § 1. 
S. 1910, 259, § 1. 
G. L. 149, § 136. 
S. 1910, 259, § 2. 
G. L. 149, §§ 117, 118. 
G; L.449, § 122. 
Part G. L. 149, § 119; part 

O. 
G. L. 149, §§ 120, 121. 
S. 1915, 116. 
S. 1915, 69. 
G. L. 149, §§ 124, 125. 
G. L. 149. § 125. 
S. 1914, 566. 
S. 1912,318. 
G. L. 149, § 128. 
Part G. L. 143, § 20; 149, 

§ 129; part R. 1913, 806, 

§ 13. 
S. 1913, 655, §§ 17, IS; R. 

1913, 655, § 61. 
S. 1913, 655, §§ 19, 54; R. 

1913, 655, § 61. 

G. L. 149, §§ 130, 131. 
G. L. 149, § 137. 
G. L. 149, § 140. 
S. 1914, 557. 
R. 1913, 655, § 61. 

G. L. 149, §§ 143-146. 

G. L. 149, § 147. 

G. L. 149, § 146. 

S. 1910, 350. 

S. 1916, 14. 

G. L. 149, §§ 153, 154. 

G. L. 149, § 155. 

S. 1911, 263. 

G. L. 149, § 17. 

PartG. L. 149, §157; part S. 

1919, 193. § 2. 
G. L. 149. §§ 158. 159. 
S. 1916. 208. § 1. 
G. L. 154, § 4. 
G. L. 154, § 1. 
S. 1916, 208, § 2. 
S. 1910, 563. 
G. L. 154, § 7. 
G. L. 153, § 1. 
S. 1915, 179. 



DISPOSITION OF STATUTES SINCE THE REVISED LAWS. 



909,514, §129 


. G. L. 229, § 4. 


1909, 534, § 24 . 


'■ 514, § 130 


. G. L. 229, § 8. 


'■ 5.34, § 25 . 


" 514, § 131 


. G. L. 153, §5; 229, §9. 


" 534, § 26 . 


" 514, § 132 


. S. 1910, 166, § 2. 




■' 514, § 133 


. G. L. 153, § 7. 


■' 534, § 27 . 


" 514, § 134 


. G. L. 153, § 2. 




" 514, § 135 


. G. L. 153, § S. 


" 534, §28 . 


" 514, §§ 1.36-139 R. 1911, 751, V, §4. 


" 534, § 29 . 


" 514, § 140 


. O. 


" 534, § 30 . 


" 514, § 141 


. G. L. 153, § 9. 


" 534, § 32 . 


" 514, § 142 


. G. L. 153, §1;229, §4. 


" 536, § 1 . 


" 514, § 143 


. G. L. 153, § 4. 




" 514, § 144 


. S. 1912, 409; R. 1913, 746, 


" 536, § 2 . 




§2. 


" 536, § 3 . 


" 514,1145 


. Part S. 1910, 63, §§ 1, 2; 






part O. 


•' 536, § 4 . 


" 514, § 146 


. 0. 


" 536, § 5 . 


" 515 . 


. G. L. 58, §5; 59, §30. 


" 536, § 6 . 


" 516, § 1 


. G. L. 59, § 5, cl. 19. 


" 536, § 7 . 


" 516, §2 


. S. 1918, 129, § 1. 




" 517, §§1, 


2 . G. L. 59, §§ 60, 61. 


" 536, §8 . 


" 517, §3 


. G. L. 41, §30. 


" 5.36, § 9 . 


" 624, §§1, 


2 . Special. 


" 536, § 10 . 


" 524, § 3 


. Part S. 1911, 498, § 1; part 


" 5.36, § 11 . 




Special. 


" 540 . . 


" 524, § 4 


. Special. 




" 524, §§,5, 


5 . S. 1910, 582, §§ 1, 2. 


" 541, §§ 1-3 


•■ 524, § 7 


. PartG. L. 92, §76; part O. 


" 542 . . 


" 524, § 8 


. G. L. 218, § 1. 


" Res. 5 . . 


■• 524, § 9 


. G. L. 212, § 6. 


1910, 44 . . 


" 524, § 10 


Special. 




" 524, § 11 


. Part S. 1920, 443, §§ 1, 3-5; 


55 . . 




part O. 


55. §§1,2 


'• 526, §§ 1, 


2 . Temporary. 


55, §3 . 


" 526, §§3, 


i . G. L. 112, §11. 


63, § 1 . 


" 526, § 5 


. G. L. 112, § 10. 


63, § 2 . 


" 526, §6 


. S. 1918, 85, § 2. 


73 . . 


" 527, § 1 


. S. 1912, 678, § 1. 




" 527, § 2 


. S. 1915, 152. 


80 . . 


" 527, §§3, 


i . G. L. 65, §§ 13, 14. 


83 . . 


" 527, §5 


. G. L. 6.5, § 22; 217, § 16. 




■■ 527, § 6 


. G. L. 217, § 16. 


84 . . 


" 527, § 7 


. Part S. 1920, 396, § 5; part 


87 . . 




R. 1912, 678, § 2. 


90 . . 


" 527, § 8 


. G. L. 65, § 2. 


93, § 1 . 


" 527, §9 


. G. L. 65, § 29. 




" 527, §§10 


11 G. L. 65, § 36. 


93, § 2 . 


" 52S . 


. S. 1914, 198, § 6. 


93, §3 . 


" 531 


. S. 1920, 45. 


94 . . 


" 534, § 1 


. S. 1914, 204, § 1; 1915, 16, 

§1. 


95 . . 


" 534, § 2 


. S. 1912, 400. 


98 . . 


•' 534, § 3 


. S. 1910, 605, § 1. 


" 100 . . 


" 534, § 4 


. S. 1915, 16, § 2. 


■■ 114 . . 


" 534, § 5 


. S. 1910, 605, § 2. 


■' 121 . . 


" 534, § 6 


. S. 1914, 420, § 1. 


" 122 . . 


" 534, § 7 


. S. 1915, 16, § 3. 


■' 123 . . 


" 534, § 8 


. S. 1910, 605, § 3. 


" 124 . . 


" 534, § 9 


. S. 1915, 87; 1919, 88. 




" 534, § 10 


. S. 1910, 605. §4. 




" 534, § 11 


. G. L. 90, § 11. 


" 125, §§ 1-3 


" 534, § 12 


. S. 1911,37. 


" 126 . . 


" 534, § 13 


. G. L. 90, § 13. 


" 130, § 1 . 


" 534, § 14 


. S. 1910, 605, § 5. 


" 130, § 2 . 


" 534, § 15 


. G. L. 90, § 16. 


" 141 . . 


" 534, § 16 


. S. 1910, 605, § 6. 


" 143 . . 


" 534, § 17 


. G. L. 90, § IS. 




" 534, § 18 


. S. 1913, 116. 


" 147 . . 


" 534, § 19 


. G. L. 90, § 21. 




" 534, § 20 


. S. 1913, 95. 


" 150 . . 


" 534, § 21 


. S. 1915, 16, § 7. 


" 151, §1 . 


" 534, § 22 


. S. 1913, 123. 


" 152 . . 


" 534, § 23 


. G. L. 90, § 25. 


" 153 . . 



G. L. 90, § 27. 

G. L. 90. §§ 28, 33. 

Part G. L. 90, §§ 29, 30; part 

S. 1912, 123. 
PartG. L. 90, § 31; part S. 

1919, 350, § 116. 
G. L. 90, § 32. 
S. 1914, 695. 
S. 1910, 525. 
O. 
Part G. L. 17, § 10; part S. 

1910, 597. 
G. L. 142, § 4. 
PartG. L. 17, § 10; 142, §5; 

part Special. 
G. L. 142, §§3, 6, 7. 
G. L. 142, §§ 8, 9. 
G. L. 142, § 10. 
PartG. L. 31, §4; 142, § 11; 

part Special. 
G. L. 142, § 2. 
Part G. L. 142, § 1 ; part O. 
S. 1914, 287. 
Temporary. 
S. 1911, 471, § 9; R. 1911, 

471, § 11. 
S. 1917, 98, §§ 1-3. 
G. L. 166, § 20. 
S. 1911,427. 
S. 1913, 835, § 4; R. 1913, 

835, § 503. 
R. 1913, 835, § 503. 
S. 1913, 8.35, §§354, 355. 
S. 1913, 835, § 470. 
Part G. L. 223, § 7 ; part O. 
O. 
S. 1914, 381, § 5; R. 1919, 

122, § 6. 
S. 1912, 109. 
S. 1918, 189, § 1; R. 1918, 

189, § 2. 
G. L. 224, § 58. 
G. L. 140, § 139. 
S. 1920, 528. 
S. 1912, 280, §§ 1, 2; R. 

1912, 280, § 3. 
G. L. 46, § 5. 
G. L. 46, § 12. 
G. L. 185, §9; 221, § 17. 
G. L. 201, §§ 19, 20; 205, 

§§ 1, 13, 19. 
S. 1912, 82. 
S. 1917, 126. 
G. L. 94, § 33. 
O. 

S. 1917, 46, § 2. 
O. 
PartG. L. 158, §11; part S. 

1914, 742, § 52; part R. 

1914, 742, § 199. 
G. L. 140, §§ 191-193. 
PartG. L. 10, §5; part O. 
G. L. 39, § 16. 
Special. 

G. L. 148, § 66. 
S. 1913, 655, §51; R. 1913, 

655, § 61. 
S. 1913, 835, § 62; R. 1913, 

835, § 503. 
S. 1913, 600, § 2. 
S. 1919, 169, § 2. 
S. 1919, 182, § 1. 
G. L. 132, § 2. 



DISPOSITION OF STATUTES SINCE THE REVISED LAWS. 



010, 154 . . . 


G. L. 3, § 19. 




1910, 227 . 


. R. 1917, 327, § 268. 


" 166, § 1 . . 


S. 1912, 221; R. 1917, 344, 


•• 227, § 1 


. S. 1917, 327, §§ 163 (a). 




VIII, § 1. 






248 (a). 


" 166, §2 . . 


S. 1910, 611. 




" 227, §2 


. S. 1917, 327, § 163 (6). 


" 171, §§1,2 . 


G. L. 155, §§ 27, 28. 




" 227, § 3 


. S. 1917, 327, § 164. 


" 171, §3 . . 


PartG. L. 155, §29; 
1914, 742, § 23. 


part S. 


" 228, § 1 


. S. 1911, 326; R. 1917, 327, 
§268. 


■■ 171, §§4-12 . 


G. L. 155, §§ 30-38. 




" 230 . 


. S. 1913, 336, § 2. 


•• 171, §13 . . 


G. L. 155, §39; 223 


§71. 


" 235 . 


. S. 1919, 349, § 15. 


•• 171, §14 . . 


S. 1910,531, §2. 




•■ 236 . 


. S. 1918, 189, § 1; R. 1918, 


•■ 171, §§15-17 


G. L. 155, §§40-42. 






189, § 2. 


" 171, §§18, 19 


G. L. 155, §§24,25. 




■• 237 . 


. G. L. 177, § 7. 


" 171, §§20,21 


G. L. 155, §§43,44. 




" 244 . 


. G. L. 278, § 25. 


•■ 171, §22 . . 


G. L. 155, § 26. 




" 245, § 1 


. G. L. 185, § 44. 


" 171, §§23,25 


O. 




" 245, § 2 


. O. 


" 172, §1 . . 


S. 1918, 257, § 291. 




" 246, § 1 


. S. 1913, 835, §388; R. 1913. 


•■ 172, § 2 . . 


G. L. 112, §27. 






835, § 503. 


" 177, §1 . . 


S. 1919, 334. 




•• 248, § 1 


. G. L. 262, § 52. 


" 177, §§2,3 . 


G. L. 130, §§80,81. 




" 249 


. S. 1913, 779, § 19. 


•■ 177, §4 . . 


G. L. 130, § 83. 




" 253, § 1 


. S. 1914, 690, § 1. 


" 179 .. . 


S. 1918, 189, § 1. 




" 253, § 2 


. Temporary. 


" 181 . . . 


G. L. 180, § 6. 




" 2.55 . 


. G. L. 91, § 49. 


" 182 .. . 


S. 1913, 835, §170; 


R. 1913, 


" 256 . 


. S. 1912,401, §3. 




835, § 456. 




" 257, §§1, 


2 . G. L. 71, §§53, 54. 


" 184 .. . 


Part G. L. 13, § 3; 


part S. 


" 257, § 3 


. S. 1911, 269. 




1919, 350, § 66. 




" 257, §4 


. S. 1913. 779, § 18. 


" 185 .. . 


S. 1912, 401, § 3. 




" 259 


. G. L. 149, §§ 134, 135. 


" 187, § 1 . . 


S. 1919, 349, § 19. 




" 260 . 


. Part G. L. 59, § 76; part O. 


" 187, §2 . . 


G. L. 63, § 76. 




•■ 261 . 


. S. 1920, 591, § 14. 


" ISS . . . 


PartG. L. 221, §4; 


part S. 


" 262 . 


. G. L. 215, § 62. 




1918, 287, §§ 1, 3. 




•■ 263, § 1 


. G. L. 93, § 38. 


" 193 . . . 


S. 1918, 291, § 19. 




" 263, § 2 


. 0. 


•■ 197 . . . 


S. 1914, 742, § 61; R. 1914, 


" 264 . 


. G. L. 138, § 79. 




742, § 199. 




" 265 . 


. S. 1919, 169, § 2. 


" 200 .. . 


S. 1913, 835, §§ 133, 
1913, 835, § 503. 


165; R. 


" 266 . 


. Part G.L. 217, §§24, 26; part 
S. 1919, 353, § 5. 


" 201 . . . 


S. 1919, 292, § 7. 




" 268 . 


. S. 1911,43. 


" 204, § 1 . . 


Part G. L. 13, § 3; 


part S. 


" 269 . 


. S. 1914, 177. 




1919, 350, § 66. 




" 270 . 


. S. 1912, 491. 


" 207, § 1 . . 


G. L. 218, § 1. 




" 271 . 


. R. 1914, 694, § 7. 


" 207, §2 . . 


PartG. L. 218, §§6, 


8; part 


•• 271, §1 


. S. 1914, 694, §§ 1, 4. 




O. 




•■ 271, §2 


. S. 1914, 694, §§2,3. 


" 207, § 3 . . 


Part G. L. 218, § 


1 ; part 


" 271, §3 


. S. 1914, 694, § 6. 




Special. 




" 272, § 1 


. G. L. 60, § 14. 


" 207, §4 . . 


Temporary. 




" 272, § 2 


. S. 1916, 131, §2. 


" 209, § 1 . . 


S. 1918, 257, § 245. 




" 273 . 


. S. 1920, 495, § 1. 


■' 209, § 2 . . 


S. 1918, 257, § 249. 




" 275 . 


. G. L. 276, § 89. 


" 214, §§1-4 . 


G. L. 108, §§1-4. 




" 279 . 


. G. L. 218, § 70. 


" 214, §5 . . 


S. 1918, 257, § 284. 




" 281 . 


. G. L. 168, § 54, cl. 11. 


" 214, §§6-19 . 


G. L. 108, §§ 6-19. 




" 282 . 


. S. 1911, 466. 


" 214, §20 . . 


S. 1913, 228. 




" 283 . 


. S. 1917, 327, §§ 166, 249; R. 


" 214, §§21-23 


G. L. 108, §§ 20-22. 






-1917,327, §268. 


" 214, § 24 . . 


G. L. 223, § 72. 




" 284, § 1 


. PartG.L. 143, §§54,57;part 


" 214, §§25-32 


G. L. 108, §§ 23-30. 






Special. 


" 214, §33 . . 


G. L. 108, §31; 223 


§73. 


" 287 . 


. G. L. 218, § 13. 


" 214, §§34-51 


G. L. 108, §§ 32-49. 




" 288 . 


. S. 1912, 623, §§ 19-21. 


" 214, §52 . . 


G. L. 108, § 51. 




■' 296 . 


. S. 1911,628, §§21, 29 (a), 31. 


" 214, §53 . . 


G. L. 108, § 50. 




" 297 . 


. S. 1912, 284. 


" 214, §54 . . 


Special. 




■' 298, § 1 


. S. 1918, Sp. 160, § 1. 


" 214, §56 . . 


G. L. 108, § 51. 




" 298, §2 


. Special. 


" 216 .. . 


S. 1911, 383, § 1; R. 1910, 


•' 299 . 


. S. 1912, 268; R. 1917, 327, 




349, § 16. 






§268. 


" 217, §1 . . 


G. L. 6, § 33. 




■' 300 . 


. S. 1918, 189, § 1; R. 1918, 


" 217, §2 . . 


G. L. 6, §§ 34, 37. 






189, § 2. 


" 219 .. . 


G. L. 94, §§ 244, 245 




" 306 . 


. G. L. 30, § 44. 


" 220 .. . 


R. 1912,719, § 11. 




" 310, § 1 


. S. 1919, 220, § 1. 


" 220, §§1,2 . 


S. 1912,719, §§3,4. 




■■ 310, §2 


. S. 1918, 272, § 2; R. 1918,. 


" 220, § 3 . . 


S. 1918, 290, § 3. 






272, § 5. 


" 220, §§4, 5 . 


0. 




" 310, §3 


. R. 1918, 272, § 5. 


" 223, § 1 . . 


S. 1913, 452, § 1. 




■■ 311 . 


. G. L. 262, § 56. 


" 223, § 2 . . 


G. L. 148, § 19. 




" 313 . 


. G.L. Ill, § 126. 


" 224 .. . 


G. L. 218, § 70. 




" 316 . 


. S. 1918, 257, § 465. 


" 225 .. . 


R. 1917, 327, § 268. 




" 317 . 


. G. L. 262, § 22. 



I 

I 



DISPOSITION OF STATUTES SINCE THE REVISED LAWS. 



910,319 . . 


Part G. L. 140, § 148; part 
S. 1918,291, §10; part R. 


1910, 387, §6 . 




1918, 291, § 21. 


" 387, § 7 . 


" 320 . . 


O. 


" 387, § 8 . 


" 321 . . 


S. 1915, 145, § 2; R. 1915, 


" 387, § 9 . 




145, § 13. 


" 387, § 10 . 


" 322, § 1 . 


G. L. 46, § 1. 


" 389 . . 


'■ 322, §2 . 


PartG. L. 46, §9; part O. 


" 390 . . 


" 326 . . 


G. L. 8, § 10. 




" 327 . . 


G. L. 136, § 6. 


" 392 . . 


" 328 . . 


G. L. 148, § 9. 


" 393 . . 


" 329 . . 


G. L. 217, §33. 




" 330 . . 


S. 1914, 450; R. 191S, 257, 


" 394 . . 




§214. 


•' 396, § 1 . 


" 332 . . 


S. 1911, 116. 


■' 396, § 2 . 


" 333 . . 


S. 1916, 144, § 3. 




" 335 . . 


S. 1914, 359. 




" 338, § 1 . 


S. 1913, 178. 


" 397, § 1 . 


" 338, § 2 . 


G. L. 169, § 17. 


" 397, §2 . 


" 339 . . 


S. 1911, 628, §§20, 29 (6). 


" 398, § 1 . 


" 342 . . 


S. 1917, 277, § 2. 


" 398, § 2 . 


" 343 . . 


G. L. 167, §37. 


" 399, § 1 . 


" 345 . . 


S. 1911, 604. 


" 399, § 2 . 


" 346 . . 


Part G. L. 158, § 3; part S. 


" 399, § 3 . 




1914, 742, § 3; part R. 


•• 399, §§4-16 




1914, 742, § 199. 


" 400, §§ 1-3 


" 347 . . 


G. L. 279, § IS. 


■' 401, § 1 . 


•' 348, § 1 . 


S. 1912, 593; R. 1917, .327, 
§268. 




" 348, § 2 . 


S. 1911, 747; R. 1917, ;i27, 






§268. 


" 404 . . 


" 350 . . 


S. 1911, 208. 




" 353 . . 


G. L. 156, § 3. 


•• 405, |§ 1,2 


" 355 . . 


G. L. 160, § 153. 


" 405, §3 . 


" 356 . . 


G. L. 279, § 33. 


" 405, §4 . 


" 358 . . 


G. L. 168, § 54, cl. 9 (c). 


" 411 . . 


" 359 . . 


G. L. 31, §§38,39. 


" 412 . . 


" 360 . . 


G. L. 127, § 26. 


" 414, §§1-3 


" 363, § 1 . 


S. 1915, 145, § 1; R. 1915, 


" 414, §4 . 




145, § 13. 


" 414, §5 . 


" 364 . . 


S. 1912, 623, § 38. 


" 414, §6 . 


" 365, § 1 . 


S. 1911, 236, § 1; 356. § 1; 
R. 1911,236, §2; 356, §5. 


•■ 416, § 1 . 


" 366 . . 


G. L. 175, §§ 144, 145. 


■• 416, §2 . 


" 367 . . 


G. L. 272, § 32. 


" 417, §1 . 


" 369, § 1 . 


S. 1911, 485, § 1; R. 1918, 


•• 417, §2 . 




272, § 5. 


" 419 . . 


" 369, § 2 . 


Temporary. 


" 420 . . 


" 370 . . 


G. L. 35, § 23. 


" 421, §1 . 


" 374, § 1 . 


S. 1914, 742, §§ 39, 43; R. 
1914, 742, § 199. 


" 421, §2 . 


" 375, § 1 . 


G. L. 175, § 63. 


■• 422, § 1 . 


" 375, § 2 . 


S. 1916, 5. 


" 422, §2 . 


•' 376, § 1 . 


G. L. 183, § 43. 


" 424, § 1 . 


" 376, §§2,3 


G. L. 183, § 44. 


" 424, §2 . 


" 376, § 4 . 


0. 


" 424, §§3, 4 


" 377 . . 


Part G. L. 172, § 32; part S. 


■' 424, § 5 . 




1914, 422. 


•■ 424, §§6-8 


" 378, §§ 1, 2 


G. L. 266, §§ 33, 34. 


" 426 . . 


" 379, § 1 . 


G. L. 44, § 20. 


" 427 . . 


•' 379, § 2 . 


Special. 




" 379, 1 3 . 


PartG. L. 44, § 20; part 0. 


" 428, §§1,2 


" 383 . . 


G. L. 140, § 2. 


" 429, § 1 . 


" 385 . . 


G. L. 156, § 2. 


" 429, § 2 . 


" 387, § 1 . 


G. L. 94, § 216. 




" 387, § 2 . 


S. 1915, 187, §§1, 2;R. 1915, 
187, § 12. 


■' 430 . . 


" 387, § 3 . 


S. 1915, 187, § 2; R. 1915, 


" 436 . . 




187, § 12. 


" 439, § 1 . 


" 387, § 4 . 


S. 1915, 187, § 4; R. 1915, 






187, § 12. 


" 439, §2 . 


" 387, § 5 . 


S. 1911, 341; R. 1915, 187, 


" 439, §3 . 




§12. 


" 439, § 4 . 



Part S. 1915, 187, § 8; R. 

1915, 187, § 12. 
S. 1911,372, § 1. 
S. 1912, 283, § 3. 
G. L. 94, § 217. 
Temporary. 
R. 1911, 126. 
Part G. L. 13, § 31; 112, 

§ 83; part O. 
S. 1918, 271. 
PartG. L. 167, §9; part S. 

1918, 189, § 1. 
(By reference) G. L. 94, § 60. 
G. L. 15, § 11. 
Part G. L. 78, § 14; part S. 

1914, 373, § 2; 1918, 189, 

§1. 
S. 1918, 257, § 269. 
O. 

S. 1914, 262. 
G. L. 40, § 11. 
G. L. 107, § 1. 
S. 1912, 472, § 2. 
S. 1913, 177. 
G. L. 167, §§ 24-36. 
G. L. 140, §§ 194-196. 
Part G. L. 25, § 6; part S. 

1912, 622, § 1; 1913, 784, 

§§ 1, 9, 13; part R. 1912, 

622, § 2. 
Part S. 1913, 831, §§ 6, 20; 

R. 1^13, 831, § 28. 
S. 1911, 282, §§ 1,2. 
G. L. Ill, § 22. 
O. 

G. L. 195, § 7. 
G. L. 40, §51. 
S. 1915, 207, §§ 1-3. 
G. L. 127. § 58. 
S. 1912, 565, § 2. 
Part O; part Special. 
S. 1917, 208, §§ 4, 5; R. 

1917, 208, § 12. 
R. 1917, 208, § 12. 
G. L. 107, §§ 108, 169. 
O. 

S. 1916, 242, § 4. 
G. L. 123, § 74. 
S. 1920, 423, § 1. 
S. 1916, 112, § 1; R. 1916, 

112, § 2. 
S. 1913, 225. 
G. L. 6, § 20. 
G. L. 272, § 2. 
G. L. 272, § 6. 
G. L. 272, §§ 12, 13. 
S. 1914, 621. 
G. L. 272, §§ 8-10. 
G. L. 175, § 176. 
S. 1918, 241, § 1; R. 1918, 

241, § 2. 
G. L. Ill, §8. 
S. 1914, 91, § 1. 
S. 1914, 91, § 2; R. 1918, 

189, § 2. 
S. 1911, 542, § 1; R. 1911, 

542, §2; 1914,544, §2. 
G. L. 272, § 60. 
S. 1914, 542, § 1; R. 1914, 

542, § 2. 
S. 1918, 272, § 3; 281. 
S. 1913, 602. 
S. 1919, 245. 



DISPOSITION OF STATUTES SINCE THE REVISED LAWS. 



1910, 439, § 5 . 

440 . . 

443 . . 

445. § 1 . 

445. § 2 . 

449, §§ 1, 2 

449, § 3 
449, § 4 
449, § 5 
449, § 6 
449, § 7 
449, § 8 
449, § 9 
449, §§ 10, 
449, § 12 

452 . 

453 . 

454 . 
456, § 1 
457 . 
45S, § 1 
458, § 2 
459 . 
460, I 1 

462 . 

463 . 
465 . 
467 . 

469 . 



470 . 
472, § 1 
473 . 

476 . 

478 . 

479 . 

480 . 
481, §1 
483 . 
485 . 
487 . 

488, § 1 

489 . 
491 . 

493, § 1 

493, § 2 
493, § 3 
493, § 4 
493, § 5 
493, § 6 
493, § 7 
495, § 1 
495, § 2 
497, § 1 
497. § 2 
498 . 

499, § 1 

499, § 2 

500 . 

501 . 



S. 1918, 281. 

G. L. 65, § 31. 

G. L. 161, § 69. 

S. 1914, 347, § 1; R. 1914, 

347, § 6. 
S. 1914, 347, § 4; R. 1914, 

347, § 6. 
PartG. L. 13, §§13,14; part 

O. 
S. 1919, 142. 
G. L. 112, § 75. 
Temporary. 
G. L. 112, §76. 
Part G. L. 13, § 15; part 0. 
G. L. 112, § 77. 
Part G. L. 112, § 78; part O. 
G. L. 112, §§ 80, 81. 
G. L. 112, §79. 
S. 1915, 222, § 1. 
G. L. 161, § 106. 
G. L. 125, § 6. 
S. 1914, 198. § 6 (§ 64). 
G. L. 94, § 33. 
G. L. Ill, § 14. 
O. 

G. L. 32, § 50. 
G. L. 130, § 16. 
G. L. 98, §§ 16, 17. 
S. 1917, 9. 
S. 1911, 632. 
S. 1914, 587, § 2; 1919, 290, 

§2. 
S. 1916, 25, § 1; 1918, 30, 

§1; R. 1916,25, §2; 1918, 

30, § 6. 
S. 1914, 587, § 3. 
S. 1916, 15. 
S. 1911, 136. 
S. 1915, 67. 
G. L. 266, § 116. 
Part G. L. 276, §83; partS. 

1915, 254, § 1. 
S. 1916, 272, § 1. 
G. L. 65, § 24. 
S. 1914, 447. 

PartG. L. 276, § 103; part O, 
S. 1917,344, 1, § 18; R. 1917, 

344, VIII, § 1. 
S. 1914, 370, § 1; R. 1914, 

370, § 3. 
G. L. 175, § 101. 
Part G. L. 17, § 9; part S. 

1919, 350, §§96,98. 
Part G. L. 175, § 108; part 

S. 1916, 28; 1919, 92, § 1. 
G. L. 175, §§22, 109. 
S. 1911, 628, § 4. 
G. L. 175, § 193. 
G. L. 175, § 187. 
S. 1919, 92, § 2. 
G. L. 175, §§ 5, 190. 
G. L. Ill, § 12. 
S. 1915, 104. 
S. 1912, 201. 
O. 
S. 1917, 344, 1, §20; R. 1917, 

344, VIII, § 1. 
S. 1913, 174; 1914, 426; 1920, 

327, § 1. 
Part G. L. 175, § 56; part S. 

1920, 327, § 2. 
G. L. 31, §26. 
S. 1919, 362, § 4. 



910, 508, 


§1 


. S. 1915, 25, § 1. 


" 508, 


§2 


. S. 1918, 257, § 187, subs. 6 
14, 38. 


" 508, 


§3 


. S. 1918, 124. 


" 50S, 


§4 


. G. L. 45, § 18. 


" 511, 


§1 


. S. 1917, 344, I, 1 18, II 
§ 76; R. 1917, 344, VIII 
§1. 

. S. 1917, 344, 1, §18; R. 1917, 


" 511, 


§2 






344, VIII, § 1. 


" 512 




. G. L. 29, § 62. 


'■ 513 




. S. 1917,327, §§ 193, 267; R 
1917, 327, § 268. 


" 514, 


§1 


. S. 1918, 189, § 1; R. 1918 
189, § 2. 


" 515, 


§1 


Special. 


" 515, 


§2 


. G. L. 92, § 12. 


" 516 




. G. L. 266, § 64. 


" 517 




. S. 1911, 526, § 1; R. 1911 
526, § 3. 


" 518 




. G. L. 161, § 72. 


•' 520 




. S. 1911, 550; R. 1913, 835 
§503. 


■' 521 




. S. 1913, 719, §§ 18, 19. 


'■ 523, 


§§'l- 


5 . S. 1914, 792, § 5. 


" 524 




. S. 1917, 169. 


" 525 




. S. 1917, 276. 


" 528, 


§1 


. S. 1917, 208, § 7; R. 1917 
208, § 12. 


" 528, 


§2 


. G. L. 94, § 155. 


" 531, 


§2 


. G. L. 214, § 3. 


" 532 




. G. L. 140. § 197. 


" 533, 


§1 


. S. 1911, 101. 


•■ 533, 


§2 


. S. 1911, 118, § 2; R. 1911 
118, §4. 


" 533, 


§3 


. S. 1911, 118, §3. 


" 533, 


§4 


. S. 1911, 118, § 5; 1919, 83. 


■• 534, 


§§1. 


2 . G. L. 231, §§97, 98. 


" 534, 


§3 


. O. 


" 536 




. G. L. 161, § 25. 


" 537 




. S. 1918, 261, § 1; 263, § 1 
287, § 1. 


" 538 




. S. 1911, 305. 


" 539 




. S. 1914,742, §133; R. 1914 
742, § 199. 


" 540, 


§1 


. S. 1918, 257, § 95. 


" 540, 


§2 


. G. L. 32, § 62. 


" 640, 


§3 


. O. 


" 541, 


§1 


. S. 1920, 185. 


" 541, 


§2 


. G. L. 270, § 4. 


'■ 543, 


§1 


. G. L. 149, § 108. 


" 543, 


§§2, 


3 . G. L. 149, § 109. 


" 543, 


§§4, 


5 . G. L. 149, §§ 110, HI. 


■' 543, 


§6 


. PartG. L. 149, §112; part 


" 543, 


§7 


. 0. 


" 544 




. S. 1918, 257, § 187, subs. 3 
§§ 205, 285. 


" 545 




. R. 1913, 529, § 4. 


" 545, 


§1 


. S. 1913, 529, § 1. 


" 545, 


§2 


. S. 1912. 388. 


" 545, 


§3 


. S. 1913, 529, § 3. 


" 545, 


§5 


. S. 1913, 529, § 5. 


" 548 




. G. L. 130, § 6. 


" 550 




. G. L. Ill, § 166. 


" 551 




. G. L. 161, § 54. 


" 552, 


§1 


. G. L. 175, § 102. 


" 552, 


§2 


. G. L. 175, § 99. 


" 554, 


§1 


. S. 1917, 130. 


" 554, 


§2 


. S. 1918, 291, § 20. 


" 555, 


§1 


. G. L. 212, § 2. 


" 555, 


§2 


. G. L. 213, § 9. 


" 555, 


§4 


. S. 1918, 257, § 432. 


" 555, 


§5 


. S. 1917, 345. 



DISPOSITION OF STATUTES SINCE THE REVISED LAWS. 



,558 . . . S. 1917, 122, § 1 ; R. 1917, 
122, § 5. 

559, §§1.2 . G. L. 32, §§39,40. 

559, §3 . . G. L. 32, §41; 59. §5, ol. 9; 

62, §S(ff). 

560, §1 . . G. L. 1S5, §§ 15, 16; 231, 

§ 111. 

560, § 3 . . Part G. L. 185, § 1 ; part O. 

560, § 4 . . G. L. 185. § 45. 

560, §6 . . G. L. 185, § 15; 231, § 111. 

560, § 7 . . G. L. 185, § 15. 

563 .. . Part G. L. 154, § 6; part S. 

1911,727, §22. 

564 . . . R. 1911, 172. §3. 

564, §§1,2 . S. 1911, 172, §§ 1,2. 

664, §3 . . S. 1911, 172, §4. 

565. § 1 . . G. L. 148, § 57. 
565, §2 . . G. L. 148, §§ 10, 13. 
565, § 3 . . G. L. 148, § 10. 

665, § 4 . . G. L. 148, § 19. 
565, §5 . . G. L. 148, §§ 16, 59. 
565, § 6 . .0. 

567 ... G. L. 161. § 108. 

569 .. . Part G. L. Ill, §§ 72, 73; 

parts. 1911, 264. 

575, § 1 . . Part G. L. 21, §7; part O. 

575, § 2 . . O. 

576 .. . G. L. 209, § 7. 

582, § 1 . . G. L. 92, § 38. 

582, § 2 . . O. 

583, § 1 . . G. L. 123, § 6. 
583, § 2 . . G. L. 10, § 17. 
583, §3 . . G. L. 11, § 10. 
585 .. . G. L. 92, §§ 72, 73. 
587, §§1,2 . G. L. 162, §§ 12, 13. 

587, § 3 . . G. L. 162, § 2. 

588, § 2 . . G. L. 148, § 10. 
588, § 3 . . Temporary. 
588, §4 . . G. L. 148, § 17. 
590 .. . G. L. 129. § 9. 
596 .. . G. L. 161, § 48. 
597. § 1 . . G. L. 17, § 10. 

597, § 2 . . Temporary. 

598, §§ 1, 2 . S. 1913, 706, § 1. 
598, § 3 . . G. L. 44, § 36. 
598. §4 . . G. L. 14, §4. 
598, § 5 . . G. L. 44, § 39. 

598, §6 . . G. L. 44, § 41. 

599, §1 . . S. 1918. 189. § 1; R. 1918. 

189. § 2. 

599. § 2 . . Temporary. 

605, § 1 . . S. 1914, 204, § 2. 

605, §2 . . Part G. L. 90, § 6; part S. 

1914, 695. 

605, §3 . . S. 1915, 10, § 1. 

605. § 4 . . S. 1914, 204, § 3. 

605, § 5 . . S. 1914, 190, § 1; 1917, 200, 

§1- 

605. § 6 . . G. L. 90, § 17. 

607. § 1 . . G. L. 58. § 13. 

607. §§ 2-4 . S. 1911. 478, §§ 1-3. 

607, § 5 . . G. L. 58, § 16. 

607, §6 . . S. 1911,478, §4. 

608 .. . S. 1916, 297, § 1. 

611 ... S. 1911, 178. 

614 ... R. 1911. 614, § 13. 

614, § 1 . . S. 1911. 614, §§ 1,5, 6. 

614, §2 . . S. 1911, 614, § 9. 

614, §3 .y. S. 1911,614, §§2, 3, 9. 

616, § 1 . . G. L. 44, § 23. 

616, §2 . . Part G. L. 44, § 24; part S. 

1912, 45. 

616, § 3 . . Part G. L. 44, § 25; part O. 



1910,616, §4 




S. 1912, 49, § 1. 


" 616, §5 . . 


G. L. 44, § 60. 


" 619, §§ 1-6 . 


S. 1911,3.38, §§ 1-6. 


" 619. § 7 . . 


G. L. 32, § 37. 


" 619. §8 . . 


G. L. 32, § 34. 


" 619, §9 . . 


S. 1918, 257, § 133. 


" 619, § 10 . . 


G. L. 32, § 38. 


•• 622, § 1 . . 


S. 1912, 173. 


" 622, §§2, 3 


G. L. 167, §§ 5, 6. 


" 622, §§4, 5 . 


G. L. 168, §§ 13, 14. 


" 622, § 6 . . 


S. 1912. 357. 


" 622, § 7 . . 


G. L. 168. § 17. 


" 622, § 8 . . 


G. L. 168, § 23. 


" 622, § 10 . . 


G. L. 168, § 54. cl. 1. 


" 622, §11 . . 


G. L. 168, § 44. 


" 624, § 1 . 


S. 1916, 252. 


■• 624, §§2-5 


G. L. 41, §§56-59. 


•■ 624, § 6 . 


S. 1911,207. 


" 624, §7 . 


G. L. 41. §61. 


" 627 . . 


R. 1911.592, §3. 


" 627, § 1 . 


0. 


" 627, §1 2, 3 . 


S. 1911.592, §§ 1.2. 


" 628, |§ 1-3 


S. 1911,439, §§ 1-3. 


" 629 . . 


S. 1911,391. 


" 633, §§1,2 


G.L. 160, §§212,213. 


•' 633, § 3 . 


G. L. 94, § 16. 


■' 634 . . 


S. 1914, 667. 


" 640 . . 


G. L. 94, §§ 167, 168. 


" 641. § 1 . 


G. L. 94, § 37. 


" 641. §2 . 


G. L. 94, § 20. 


" 645, § 1 . 


G. L. 258, § 2. 


" 645, § 2 . 


Temporary. 


■• 648 . . 


R. 1911, 748, § 18. 


" 648, §§1,2 


S. 1911,748, §5. 


" 648, §3 . 


S. 1911.748, §7. 


" 648, § 4 . 


S. 1911.748, § 6. 


■■ 648, §5 . 


S. 1911, 748, § 10. 


" 648, § 6 . 


S. 1911,748, § 17. 


■■ 648, §7 . 


S. 1911,748, § 11. 


" 649, § 1 . 


R. 1911, 628, §§ 4, 9, 33. 


" 649. § 2 . 


0. 


" 653, §§1-5 


S. 1911. 220, §§ 1-5 


" 653, §§6-9 


S. 1911,220, §§7-10. 


" 656, § 1 . 


G. L. 93, § 24. 


" 656, §2 . 


Part G. L. 93, § 25; part O 


" 656, § 3 . 


S. 1919, 101, § 1. 


" 656, §§4. 5 


G. L. 93, §§ 26, 27. 


" 656. § 6 . 


G. L. 93, § 26. 


" 656. § 7 . 


S. 1919, 101. § 2. 


■■ 656, §8 . 


G. L. 93. § 24. 


■■ Res. 100 . 


PartG. L. 75, § 23; part 


1911, 3 . . . 


G. L. 29, § 47. 


4 . 




G. L. 29, § 47. 


5 . 




0. 


6 . 




P. 1918, 209. 


S . 




G. L. 276, §§ 85, 87. 


9 . 




G. L. 185, § 46. 


" 19, § 1 . 


G. L. 131, § 23. 


" 19, §2 . 


S. 1912, 567, §§ 2, 3; R 




1912, 567, § 9. 


" 19. § 3 . 


PartG. L. 131, §23; part S 




1912, 567, § 10; part R 




1912, 567, § 9. 


" 30 . . . 


G. L. 270, § 5. 


■' 31 . 




G. L. 229, § 6. 


" 35 . 




S. 1914, 216. 


" 36 . 




S. 1913. 121. 


" 37 . 




S. 1915, 16, § 5. 


" 38 . 




S. 1917, 4. 


" 43 . 




S. 1913, 534. 


" 48 . 




S. 1914, 791, § 3; R. 1914 




791, § 16. 


" 51 . 




G. L. 175, § 17. 



DISPOSITION OF STATUTES SINCE THE REVISED LAWS. 



1911, 53, § 1 

53, § 2 
54 . 

59 . 

60 . 
63 . 

68 . 

70 

71, § 1 

71, §2 

72 . 

" 73, § 1 

74 . 

75 . 

77 . 

81 . 

82 . 
" 83, § 1 

83, §2 

84 

85 

87 

88 

89 

90 



101 

111, §1 
115, U 
116 

118, §1 
lis, §§2,3 
118, §5 

119 . 

120 . 
121, §1 
121, §2 
122 . 
127 
129 

135, § 1 
135, § 2 
135, § 3 
136 . 
140 . 
143 . 
145 

145, I 2 
145, §3 

145, §4 

146, §§1,2 
146, §§3-5 
146, § 6 
146, § 7 
147 . 



150, I 1 

151 

154 

158 

160 

162 

163 

172, § 1 

172, § 2 

172, §4 



S. 1913, 563, § 6; part R. 

1913, 563, § 9. 
S. 1912, 163. 
S. 1920, 333. 
S. 1912, 560, § 1; R. 1912, 

560, § 2. 
S. 1919, 350, § 22. 
G. L. 31, § 10. 
S. 1911, 483, § 1; R. 1911, 

483, § 2. 
G. L. 246, § 6. 
G. L. 123, § 69. 
G. L. 123, § 87. 
G. L. 40, § 5, subs. 21. 
S. 1919, 353, § 4. 
S. 1918, 189, § 1; R. 1918, 

189, § 2. 
R. 1918, 257, § 219, subs. 17. 
O. 

G. L. 93, § 36. 
R. 1912, 719, § 11. 
S. 1920, 630, § 11. 
Temporary. 
G. L. 265. § 17. 
G. L. 208, § 43. 
G. L. 172, § 13. 
O. 

G. L. 59, § 75. 
Part G. L. 48, § 81 ; part S. 

1919, 350, § 30; part 0. 
S. 1916, 110. 
S. 1911,628, §29 (b). 
S. 1914, 710, § 1. 
S. 1911,470, § 1. 
S. 1914, 120. 
G. L. 131, §§ 48, 49. 
Part G. L. 131, §§ 48. 49; 

part S. 1920, 425, § 4. 
G. L. 31, §§ 13, 14. 
G. L. 159, § 3. 
G. L. 208, § 10. 
S 1919 194. 

s! 1913,419; R. 1918, 162, § 2. 
G. L. 208, § 45. 
G. L. 140, § 33. 
G. L. 40, § 41. 
Part G. L. 40, § 41 ; part O. 
G. L. 59, § 6. 
S. 1916, 104, § 1. 
Part S. 1914, 118; part O. 
S. 1912, 608, § 6. 
R. 1917, 327, § 268. 
S. 1917, 327, § 80. 
Temporary. 
Part S. 1916, 284, § 15. 
G. L. 41, §§82,83. 
G. L. 41, § 84. 
G. L. 41, § 83. 
G. L. 41, § 82. 
Part G. L. 260, § 11; part 

O. 
G. L. 262, § 23. 
G. L. 149, § 45. 
G. L. 121, § 40. 
G. L. 149, § 162. 
S. 1920, 584, § 6. 
G. L. 34, § 8. 
G. L. 94, § 177. 
S. 1913. 270. 
G. L. 131, § 45. 
PartG. L. 131, §45; part S. 

1912, 567, § 10; part R. 

1912, 567, § 9. 



1911.173 


. G. L. 266, § 105. 


" 174 . 


. S. 1918, 287, § 1. 


•■ 175 


. G. L. 119, § 47. 


•■ 176, §1 


. PartG. L. 218, §26; part S. 




1918, 257, § 420. 


•■ 176, §2 


. S. 1911, 461. 


'■ 177 . 


. S. 1916, 18. 


" 178 . 


. S. 1912, 251. 


•■ 179 . 


. G. L. 279, § 8. 


" 184 . 


. Part G. L. 268, § 6; part S. 




1914, 742, § 149; part R. 




1914, 742, § 199. 


'• 185 . 


. G. L. 130, § 78. 


" 186 . 


. S. 1915, 250. 


" 187 . 


. R. 1912, 490. 


" 188 . 


. G. L. 131, § 38. 


•' 191 . 


. G. L. 65, § 24. 


" 192, § 1 


. G. L. 224, §§59, 65. 


" 192, §§2,. 


5 . G. L. 224, §§ 61, 62. 


•■ 192, §4 


. G. L. 224, §§ 17, 63. 


■■ 192, §5 


. G. L. 224, § 63. 


" 194 


. G. L. 266, § 123. 


" 195 . 


. G. L. 127, § 70. 


" 198 . 


. G. L. 131, § 25. 


■' 199 . 


. S. 1914, 116. 


" 204, §§ 1-C 


. G.L. 148, §§20-22. 


" 205 


. S. 1920, 327, § 2, cl. (b). 


" 206 


. G.L. 201, §§7, 14, 17. 


" 207 . 


. G. L. 41, § 60. 


" 208 . 


. S. 1914, 247. 


" 210 


. R. 1920. 166, § 3. 


" 210, §§1, 


2 . G. L. 147, §§ 15, 17. 


" 210, §3 


. S. 1911,625. 


" 211 


. S. 1918, 11. 


" 212 . 


. G.L. 231, §§ 113, 114. 


" 214 . 


. S. 1914, 527, § 1. 


•■ 215 . 


. G. L. 131, §61. 


" 216 . 


. G. L. 266, § 52. 


'• 218 . 


. G. L. Ill, § 10. 


•• 220, § 1 


. S. 1916, 45. 


■• 220, § 2 


. G. L. 128, § 32. 


■■ 220, § 3 


. Part G. L. 128, § 33 ; part O. 


■• 220, §§4, 


5 . G. L. 128, § 34. 


" 220, § 6 


. . G. L. 128, § 35. 


" 220, § 7 


. PartG. L. 128, §36; part 0. 


" 220, § 8 


. G.L. 128, §§5, 37. 


" 220, § 9 


. G. L. 128, § 38. 


" 220, § 10 


. O. 


222 


. S. 1913,835, §403; R. 1913, 




835, § 503. 


•■ 228 . 


. G. L. 167, §§ 1, 14. 


'■ 229, § 1 


. G. L. 149, § 55. 


•• 229, § 2 


. Part G. L. 149, § 55; part O. 


" 229, § 3 


. G. L. 149, § 180. 


" 231 . 


. G. L. 32, § 64. 


" 232 . 


. S. 1919, 84. 


" 235, § 1 


. S. 1911, 614, § 1. 


" 235, § 2 


. S. 1911,614, §§2, 7. 


" 235, 1 3 


. S. 1911, 614, § 11. 


" 236, § 1 


. S. 1912, 203. 


" 236, § 3 


. G. L. 131, §§ 34, 35. 


" 237 . 


. G. L. 221, § 61. 


" 241 


. S. 1912, 191. 


" 242, §§ 1- 


i . G. L. 132, §§ 22-24. 


" 244 


. R. 1916, 51, § 5. 


" 244, §§ 1, 


2 . S. 1912, 419, §§3,4. 


" 246, § 1 


. S. 1918, 257, § 385. 


" 246, § 2 


. 0. 


" 247 . 


. S. 1918, 257, § 174. 


" 249 . 


. . G. L. 149, §§ 151, 152. 


" 250 . 


. . G. L. 280, § 2. 


" 251, §1 


. . S. 1912, 311. 


" 251, §2 


. . G. L. 175, § 90. 



DISPOSITION OF STATUTES SINCE THE REVISED LAWS. 



911,251, §3 


. S. 1915, 181. 


1911,3.34, §2 . 


. O. 


•• 254 . 


. G. L. 212, § 14. 


■• 337 . . 


. S. 1912, 189. 


" 259 . 


. S. 1920, 484. 


" 338, § 1 . 


. Part G. L. 32, § 26; part 0. 


" 261 . 


. G. L. 67, § 52. 


" 3.38, § 2 . 


. G. L. 32, § 27. 


•' 263 . 


. S. 1919, 193, § 1. 


" 338, § 3 . 


. Part G. L. 32, § 28; part S. 


'■ 264 . 


. G. L. Ill, § 71. 




1918, 257, § 126. 


•' 265 . 


. G. L. 127, § 39. 


•' 338, § 4 . 


. Part G. L. 32, § 29; part ,S. 


" 266, §§ 1, 


2 . G. L. 94. §§289, 290. 




1918, 257. § 127; part O. 


" 266, § 3 


. G. L. Ill, § 10. 


'■ 338, § 5 . 


. PartG. L. 32. § 30; part S. 


" 266, § 4 


. G. L. 94, § 289. 




1918. 257. § 128. 


" 268 . 


. S. 1913, 779. §§ 3, 4. 


" 338, § 6 . 


. Part G. L. 32. §§ 31. 32; 


" 269 . 


. S. 1913, 779, § 16. 




part S. 1918. 257. §§ 130. 


" 270, § 1 


. Part G. L. 35, § 7; part S. 




131. 




1917, 173. 


" 338, § 7 . 


. G. L. 32. § 27. 


" 273 . 


. S. 1916, 122, I 1. 


" 339. §§1.2 


. O. 


" 274, § 1 


. G. L. 279, § 51. 


'■ 341 . . 


. S. 1915, 187, § 11. 


" 275 


. G. L. 231, § 55. 


•■ 343. § 1 . 


. O. 


" 278 


. G. L. 94, § 32. 


" 343. §§2. 3 


. G. L. 131, §41. 


•' 281, § 1 


. Parte. L. 149, §132; part O. 


" 344 . . 


. S. 1912, 330. 


" 281, §2 


. G. L. 149, § 132. 


" 345 . . 


. S. 1913, 357. 


" 281. §3 


. Temporary. 


" 348 . . 


. S. 1914,742, §190; R. 1914, 


" 282 


. G. L. Ill, §§20. 21. 




742, § 199. 


" 283 . 


. S. 1911. 548. § 3; R. 1911, 


" 349 . . 


. S. 1914, 742, § 51; R. 1914, 




548. § 4. 




742, § 199. 


" 284, § 1 


. Part G. L. 214, § 19; 231, 


" 350 . . 


. S. 1913, 719, § 14. 




§ 135; part S. 1913, 716, 


•" 352 . . 


. G. L. 31, §4. 




§ 3; part O. 


" 353 . . 


. S. 1913, 835, § 150; R. 1913, 


" 284, § 2 


. G. L. 214, § 32. 




835, § 503. 


" 284, § 3 


. G. L. 214, § 29. 


" 354 . . 


. S. 1913, 835, § 196; R. 1913, 


" 285, § 1 


. Part G. L. 130, §28; part O. 




835, § 503. 


" 289, § 1 


. S. 1917, 208, § 9; R. 1917, 


" 355 . . 


. S. 1913, 835, § 197; R. 1913. 




208, § 12. 




835. § 503. 


" 290 . 


. G. L. 161, § 92. 


" 356. § 1 . 


. S. 1912, 270. 


" 292 . 


, S. 1912, 407, § 1; 1916, 40. 


" 356, § 2 . 


. 8.1912,567, §§2,3; R. 1912, 




§1. 




567. § 9. 


" 293 . 


. S. 1914. 742. § 140; R. 1914. 


" 356, § 3 . 


Part G. L. 131, §§ 81, 88; 




742. § 199. 




part S. 1912, 567, § 6; 


'■ 294 . 


. G. L. 9. §3; 11, §3. 




part R. 1912, 567, § 9. 


" 297, § 1 


. G. L. 94, § 147. 


■■ 356, § 4 . 


. Part G. L. 131. §§ 34. 35; 


" 297, § 2 


. PartG. L. 94. § 119; part S. 




part S. 1912. 567. § 10; 




1916. 153. § 1; part R. 




part R. 1912, 567, § 9. 




1916. 153, § 2. 


" 357 . . 


. G. L. 161, § 63. 


" 297, §3 


. S. 1911, 534. § 1. 


" 358, § 1 . 


. S. 1912, 335. 


■' 297, § 4 


. S. 1919. 27. 


" 358, §2 . 


O. 


" 297, § 5 


. S. 1914, 206. 


" 359 . . 


. G. L. 65, § 35. 


" 297, § 6 


. S. 1911,534, §2. 


" 361, §1 . 


. S. 1912, 52. 


" 298 . 


. S. 1917, 327, §§ 86, 202; R. 


" 361, §§2, 3 


. G. L. 175, §§ 147. 148. 




1917. 327, § 268. 


" 365 . . 


. G. L. 38, § 1. 


" 299, § 1 


. S. 1918. 261, § 2; 263. § 3; 


" 366 . . 


. S. 1914, 198, § 5. 




287, § 5. 


■• 367, § 1 . 


. S. 1912, 157; 320. 


'• 299, § 2 


. Temporary. 


" 367, § 2 . 


. R. 1914, 538, § 3. 


" 302 . 


. Part G. L. 217, §§ 30, 39; 


" 370, § 1 . 


. S. 1915, 237, § 1. 




part S. 1917, 335, § 2. 


•• 372, § 1 . 


S. 1912, 283, § 1. 


" 304 . 


. S. 1913,835, §283; R. 1913. 


" 372, § 2 . 


. G. L. 94, § 214. 




835. § 503. 


■• 372, §3 . 


. S. 1912, 283, § 2. 


" 305 . 


. PartG. L. 231, §59; part 0. 


" 375, § 1 . 


PartG. L. 69, §5; 71, § 12; 


" 309 . 


. G. L. 71. § 20. 




part O. 


" 310 . 


. R. 1913. 779. § 25. 


■■ 375, §2 *. 


PartG. L. 69, § 5; part O. 


" 313 . 


. S. 1912, 452, § 1. 


" 375, §3 . 


O. 


" 314 . 


. G. L. 71, § 47. 


" 377 . . 


. S. 1915, 301, §§ 10, 13; R. 


" 315 . 


. S. 1917, 10, §§ 1, 3. 4; R. 




1915, 301, § 14. 




1917, 10. § 5. 


" 378 . . 


. S. 1913, 835, §143; R. 1913, 


" 322, § 1 


. S. 1920, 213, § 1. 




835, § 503. 


" 322. § 2 


. S. 1917, 335, § 2; R. 1917, 


'• 379 . . 


. S. 1914, 198, § 6. 




335. § 3. 


" 380. § 1 . 


. G. L. 94. §§ 115. 116. 


" 322, § 3 


. S. 1920, 213, § 5. 


•• 380. §§2.3 


. G. L. 94. §§ 116. 117. 


" 325 . 


. Part G. L. 148, § 25; part S. 


" 381, § 1 . 


PartG. L. 129. §§2.7; part 




1914, 155, § 1. 




S. 1913. 329. 


" 326 . 


. S. 1912, 720, § 2; R. 1917, 


" 381, §2 . 


Part G. L. 111. § 16; 128. 




327, § 268. 




§ 13; part S. 1912, 608, 


" 328 . 


. S. 1914, 757, § 1. 




§§1.2. 


" 329 . 


. G. L. 175, § 4. 


" 381, §3 . 


. G. L. 129, § 7. 


" 334, § 1 


. S. 1917, 131. 


" 381. §4 . 


O. 



DISPOSITION OF STATUTES SINCE THE REVISED LAWS. 



1911,383, 
383, 
384 
388, 
388, 
388, 
388, 
388, 



§1 

§2 

§§1.2 

§3 

§4 

§5 

§6 



388, § 7 

388, 

388, 

388, 

388, 

389 

391 

392 

394 

395 

397 

399 

400 

406 

409 



§§1-5 

§6 . 

§§7,8 

§9 

§1 

§2 



410, 
410, 
410, 
410, 
414, 
414, 



423 
427 
428, 
429, 
429, 
429, 
429, 
429, 
430 
431 
432 
433 
434 



439, 
439, 
440, 

442 
443, 
443, 
444 
445, 
446 

447 
449 



451, § 1 
2 



§3 



§1 



§1 



§3 



451, 

451, 

452 
454 
455 



456, I 1 



R. 1919, 349, § 16. 

S. 1918, 129, § 1. 

G. L. 71, §§ 63, 66. 

G. L. 94, §§ 250, 251. 

G. L. 94, §§ 1, 252. 

G. L. 94, § 253. 

Part G. L. 94, § 254; part O. 

S. 1918, 220, § 1. 

G. L. 75, §20; 94, §257. 

G. L. 94, § 258. 

S. 1918, 220, § 2. 

Part G. L. 94, § 259; part O. 

Part G. L. 94, § 1; part O. 

G. L. 172, § 53. 

G. L. 140, § 151. 

S. 1920, 547. 

G. L. 123, § 82. 

S. 1915, 174. 

Part G. L. 94, § 175; part O. 

S. 1912, 114. 

G. L. 59, § 5, cl. 3 (d). 

G. L. 175, § 100. 

G. L. 59, §5, cl. 2, § 11; 75, 

§§26-28. 
G. L. 131, §§ 69-73. 
O. 

G. L. 131, §§ 74, 75. 
G. L. 131, §§71,74. 
PartG. L. 218, § 1; part O. 
S. 1918, 211, § 1; 1919, 362, 

§§1.2. 
Parts. 1913, 835, §356; R. 

1913, 835, § 503. 
S. 1917, 180, § 1. 
G. L. 6, §§ 12, 13. 
G. L. 266, § 92. 
S. 1918, 71. 
Temporary. 
S. 1919, 47. 
S. 1920, 326. 
O. 

S. 1917, 88. 
G. L. 180, § 19. 
G. L. 277, §§48,49. 
O. 
S. 1914,742, §193; R. 1914, 

742, § 199. 
S. 1913, 835, § 226; R. 1913, 

835, § 503. 
G. L. 92, § 69. 
Special. 
S. 1914, 791, § 17; R. 1914, 

791, § 16. 
G. L. 161, § 45. 
S. 1912, 155. 
G. L. 140, §§ 52, 53. 
G. L. 71, § 59. 
S. 1913, 791. 
S. 1918, 189, § 1; R. 1918, 

189, § 2. 
G. L. 35, §§ 18, 28. 
Part S. 1917, 327, § 87 (6); 

R. 1917, 327, § 268. 
Part G. L. 127, § 131 ; part S. 

1912, 103; 1913, 829, §3. 
G. L. 127, § 149. 
Part G. L. 127, § 132; part S. 

1912, 103. 
S. 1912, 160. 
G. L. 218, § 69. 
S. 1913, 806, § 4; R. 1913, 

806, § 13. 
G. L. 273, § 1. 



1911,456, §2 . 


G. L. 273, § 3. 




■ 456, § 3 . 


G. L. 273, § 2. 




' 456, § 4 . 


G. L. 273, § 4. 




■ 456, § 5 . 


S. 1918, 257, § 453. 




• 456, § 6 . 


S. 1914, 520. 




• 456, § 7 . 


G. L. 273, § 7. 




■ 456, § 8 . 


S. 1912, 310. 




■ 456, § 9 . 


G. L. 273, § 10. 




■ 460 . . 


G. L. 264, § 10. 




• 461 . . 


G. L. 218, § 31. 




' 462 . . 


G. L. 161, § 105. 




' 466 . . 


S. 1912, 80, § 1. 




■ 467 . . 


Part S. 1920, 353, § 1 ; p.^rt O 




■ 468, § 1 . 


S. 1918, 291, § 22. 




■ 468, § 3 . 


G. L. 31, § 49. 




' 469, §§ 1-4 


Special. 




• 469, § 5 . 


G. L. 218, §1. 




• 470, § 1 . 


Part G. L. 276, § 83; part S 




1913, 612, § 1; 1915, 254 
§1- 
Temporary'. 




' 470, § 2 . 




' 471, §1, els. 1 


-5 G. L. 74, § 1. 




• 471, §1, els. 6 


7 S. 1919. 292, §§ 14, 15. 




' 471, §1, els. 8 


9G. L. 74, § 1. 




• 471. §2 . 


G. L. 69, §2; 74, §2. 




■ 471, §3 . 


S. 1917,215, §5; 1919, 292 
§ 16. 




• 471, §4 . 


G. L. 74, § 3. 




' 471, §5 . 


PartG. L. 74, §§4,5;partO 




■ 471, §6 . 


G. L. 74, § 6. 




• 471,§7, els. 1 


2G. L. 74, §§7,8. 




• 471, §8 . 


G. L. 74, § 1. 




' 471, §9,cl. 1 


G. L. 74, §§1,9. 




■ 471, §9, el. 2 


S. 1917, 61. § 1. 




' 471, §9,cl. 3 


G. L. 74, § 10. 




' 471, § 10 . 


S. 1919, 292, § 17. 




' 473, § 1 . 


G. L. 218, §§4, 6. 




' 473, § 2 . 


G. L. 218, § 6. 




• 474 . . 


G. L. 132, §§ 14, 16, 17. 




' 477 . . 


G. L. 148, § 15. 




' 478, § 1 . 


S. 1914, 648, § 1. 




' 478, §§2, 3 


G. L. 58, §§ 14, 15. 




' 478. § 4 . 


G. L. 58, § 17. 




• 478, § 5 . 


G. L. 58, § 13. 




• 480 . . 


S. 1917, 277, § 1. 




' 483, § 1 . 


G. L. 220, § 16. 




■ 484 . . 


S. 1912, 477. 




• 485, § 1 . 


S. 1912, 576; 1914, 326, § 1 




1917, 242; 1918, 272, § 1 




R. 1918, 272, § 5. 




' 485, § 2 . 


Temporary. 




■ 486, § 1 . 


S. 1918, 257, § 187, subs. 8. 




■ 486, § 2 . 


G. L. 159, § 76. 




• 486, § 3 . 


Temporary. 




487 . . 


G. L. 161, § 47. 




■ 488, §§ 1, 2 


S. 1918,257, §§358,359. 




489 . . 


G. L. 120, § 19. 




490, § 1 . 


G. L. 119, § 27. 




490, § 2 . 


G. L. 119, § 38. 




491, §1 . 


S. 1912, 581. 




491, §2 . 


G. L. 160, § 175. 




492, § 1 . 


G. L. 93, § 18. 




492, § 2 . 


G. L. 93, § 15. 




492, § 3 . 


G. L. 93, § 17. 




492, § 4 . 


G. L. 93, §§ 15, 16. 




493, § 1 . 


Part G. L. 26, § 8; part S. 
1919, 350, § 50. 




493, § 2 . 


G. L. 175, § 104. 




493, § 3 . 


Part G. L. 26, § 8; part 0. 




494, § 1 . 


S. 1916, 240, § 1. 




494, §§ 2, 3 


G. L. 149, §§ 34, 35. 




494, § 4 . 


S. 1916, 240, § 2. 




495, § 1 . 


G. L. 140, § 121. 



DISPOSITION OF STATUTES SINCE THE REVISED LAWS. 



1911,495, §2 . 


0. 


1911,542 . . 


" 495, §§3-10 


G. L. 140, §§ 122-129. 




" 495, §11 . 


G. L. 140, § 121. 


" 548, §§1-3 


" 497 . . 


G. L. 231, § SO. 


" 550 . . 


" 498 . . 


G. L. 92, § 74. 


" 550, § 1 . 


" 500 . . 


G. L. 119, §§ 12, 13. 


" 550, § 2 . 


" 501 . . 


G. L. 231, § 128. 


" 550, §§3,4 


" 502 . . 


R. 1912,678, §2; 1916,268, 
§3. 


" 550, § 5 . 


•' 503, § 1 . 


G. L. 93, §§ 2, 4. 


" 550, § 6 . 


" 503, §§2-4 


G. L. 93, §§ 5-7. 




" 506, § 1 . 


PartG. L. 180, §20; part 0. 


" 550, §7 . 


" 506, §§2, 3 


G. L. 180, §§21,22. 


•• 550, § 8 . 


" 506, §4 . 


PartG. L. 180, §23; partO. 


" 550, §9 . 


" 506, §§5, 6 


G. L. 180, §§ 24, 25. 


" 550, § 10 . 


" 507 . . 


O. 


" 550, § 11 . 


" 508 . . 


G. L. 160, §§ 191, 192. 


•■ 550, § 12 . 


" 509, § 1 . 


Part G. L. 166, § 21 ; part S. 


" 5.50, §§13, 




1914, 742, § 127. 


" 550, § 15 . 


" 509, § 2 . 


PartG. L. 166, §22; part S. 


" 550, § 16 . 




1916, 166. 


" 550, § 17 . 


" 509, § 3 . 


G. L. 166, § 31. 


■' 550, § 18 . 


" 509, § 4 . 


G. L. 166, § 34. 


" 550, § 19 . 


" 509, § 5 . 


G. L. 166, § 36. 


■' 551 . . 


" 509, § 6 . . 


G. L. 166, § 39. ' 


" 554 . . 


" 509, § 7 . . 


Part G. L. 166, § 27; part S. 






1914, 742, § 132; part R. 


■' 558 . . 




1914, 742, § 199. 




" 509, § 8 . . 


G. L. 166, § 28. 


" 561, § 1 . 


" 614 .. . 


S. 1917,327, §§ 167,248 (c) ; 






R. 1917, 327, § 268. 


" 561, § 2 . 


" 517 .. . 


S. 1913, 835, §161; R. 1913, 






835, § 503. 


" 561, §3 . 


" 518 .. . 


S. 1913, 835, § 185; R. 1913, 






835, § 503. 


" 561, §4 . 


" 526, § 1 . . 


G. L. 10, § 11. 




" 526, § 2 . . 


PartG. L. 10, § 11; part S. 






1918, 189, § 1; part R. 


" 561, §5 . 




1918, 189, § 2. 




" 527, § 1 . . 


S. 1918, 257, § 95; R. 1918, 


" 562 . . 




257, § 96. 


" 562, § 1 . 


" 532, § 1 . . 


S. 1912, 363, § 1. 


" 562, § 2 . 


" 532, § 2 . . 


Temporary. 


" 562, § 3 . 


" 532, § 3 . . 


S. 1912, 363, § 2. 


" 562, § 4 . 


" 532, § 4, cl. 1 . 


PartG. L. 10, § 18; part S. 


" 562, §§5-7 




1919, 350, § 28; part O. 


" 562, § 8 . 


" 532, § 4, cl. 2 . 


G. L. 10, § 19. 


" 566, § 1 . 


" 532, § 4, cl. 3 . 


S. 1912, 363, § 3. 




" 532, §4,cl. 4 . 


PartG. L. 32, §3,cl. 3; part 
.S. 1919, 350, § 29; part 


" 566, § 2 . 




R. 1919, 350, § 29. 


" 566, § 3 . 


" 532, §4,cl. 5 . 


G. L. 32, § 3, cl. 4. 


" 567 . . 


" 532, § 4, cl. 6 . 


S. 1919, 36. 


■' .576 . . 


" 532, § 5 . . 


Part G. L. 32, § 4; part S. 


" 577 . . 




1918, 257, § 104. 


" 578 . . 


" 532, § 6 . . 


PartG. L. 32, §§5,32; part 


" 578, § 1 . 




S. 1912, 363, §4; 1913,63, 


" 578, §§2,3 




§ 1; 1914, 582, §§ 1, 2; 


" 578, § 4 . 




1918, 257, §§ 105, 106, 


" 578, §§5, 6 




108. 


" 584 . . 


" 532, § 7 . . 


G. L. 32, § 37; 59, § 5, cl. 8; 
62, §8(ff). 


" 588 . . 


" 532, § 8 . . 


G. L. 32, § 34. 


" 589, § 1 . 


" 532, § 9 . . 


S. 1918, 257, § 109. 


" 589, § 2 . 


" 532, § 10 . . 


G. L. 32, § 38. 


" 589, §§3-5 


" 534, § 1 . . 


G. L. 94, § 125. 


" 592 . . 


" 534, § 2 . . 


G. L. 94, § 128. 


" 592, §§1,2 


" 537 .. . 


Amended 1913, 396; S. 1918, 
198, §§2,3,5,6; R. 1918, 


" 593 . . 




198, § 8. 


" 594 . . 


" 539, §§ 1-5 . 


G. L. 160, §§ 179-183. 


" 594, § 1 . 


" 539, § 6 . . 


G. L. 160, § 182. 


" 594, § 2 . 


" 541 . . . 


S. 1913, 685. 


" 594, § 3 . 



S. 1914, .5.54, § 1; part R. 

1914, 554, § 2. 
S. 1919, 207, §§ 1-3. 
R. 1913, 835, § 503. 
S. 1913, 835, §§ 1, 88, 113. 
S. 1912, 274, § 1. 
S. 1913,835, §§ 115, 116. 
S. 1912, 446, § 2; 483, § 1; 

1913,835, § 117. 
S. 1912, 275, § 1; 1913, 835, 

§ 118. 
S. 1913, S35, § 119. 
S. 1912, 274, § 2. 
S. 1913, 83.5, § 94. 
S. 1913, 835, § 121. 
S. 1913, 835, § 96. 
S. 1913, 835, §§ 103, 107. 
S. 1913, 835, §§ 110, 111. 
S. 1913, 8.35, § 123. 
S. 1912, 261. 
S. 1913, 835, § 125. 
S. 1912, 265. 
S. 1913, 835, § 127. 
S. 1915, 64. 
S. 1917, 327, §§ 132,231 (a); 

R. 1917, 327, § 268. 
S. 1914, 742, § 188; R. 1914, 

742, § 199. 
S. 1918, 275, § 2; 1919, 350, 

§101. 
S. 1913, 610, § 5; 1918, 275, 

§2. 
Parts. 1918, 275, § 2; 1919, 

350, § 101; part O. 
Part G. L. 22, § 6; part S. 

1913, 610, §§ 1, 5; 1918, 

275, § 2. 
S. 1918, 275, § 2; 1919, 350, 

§101. 
R. 1915, 259, § 13. 
S. 1914, 451. 
S. 1915, 259, § 3. 
S. 1915, 259, §§ 4-6. 
S. 1913, 209. 
S. 1915, 259, §§ 8-10. 
S. 1915, 2.59, § 12. 
PartG. L. 18, §§ 12, 13; 120, 

§ 2; part O. 
PartG. L. 18, §§ 14-16; part 

O. 

o. 

G. L. 212, § 1. 

S. 1914, 408. 

G. L. 277, § 73. 

R. 1917, 344, VIII, § 1. 

S. 1914, 182. 

S. 1917, 344, V, §§ 19, 20. 

S. 1917, 344, V, § 23. 

S. 1917, 344, V, §§ 21, 22. 

G. L. 149, § 154. 

Part G. L. 193, § 7; part S. 

1919, 208, § 1. 
G. L. 123, § 35. 
G. L. 123, § 37. 
G. L. 123, §§ 36-38. 
R. 1912, 705, § 3. 
S. 1912, 705, §§ 1, 2. 
S. 1913, 815, § 3; R. 1913, 

815, § 9. 
R. 1917, 327, § 268. 
S. 1917,327, §§ 159, 244(a). 
S. 1917, 327, § 188. 
S. 1913, 524. 



DISPOSITION OF STATLTTES SINCE THE REVISED LAWS. 



911,594, 


§5 




" 594 


§6 . . 


" 594 


§7 . . 


■' 595 


§§1-4 . 


" 595, 


§5 . . 


" 595 


§§6-11 . 


" 595 


§12 . . 


" 596 




" 597 




" 600, 


§i ; ; 


" 600, 


§2 . . 


" 600, 


§3 . . 


" 600, 


§4 . . 


" 603, 


§§1.2 . 


•• 603, 


§3 . . 


" 603, 


§4 




" 604 






" 607 






" 610, 


§i 




•' 610, 


§2 




•' 613 






" 614 






" 614, 


§1 




" 614, 


§2 




" 614, 


§§3- 




" 614, 


§7 




" 614, 


§8 




" 614, 


§9 




" 614, 


§10 




" 614, 


§11 




'• 614, 


§12 




•' 616 






" 618 






•' 619 






" 620 




■' 624 




" 625 




" 628, 


§§1-3 '. 


" 628, 


§4 . . 


■• 628, 


§5,cl. (1) 


" 628, 


§ 5, cl. (2) 


" 628, 


§ 5, cl. (3) 


" 628, 


§6 . . 


" 628, 


§7 . . 


" 628, 


§8 . . 


" 628, 


§9,cl. (1) 


" 628, 


§ 9, cl. (2) 


*' 628, 


§10 . . 


" 628, 


§11 . . 


" 628, 


§ 12, cl. (a) 


" 628, 


§ 12, cl. (6) 


•• 628, 


§ 12, cl. (c) 


" 628, 


§ 12, cl. (d) 


" 628, 


§ 12, els. 


(e 


■ /) . . 


" 628 


§ 12, cl. (a) 


" 628 


§1 13, 14 


" 628 


§15 . . 


" 628 


§16 . . 


" 628 


§17 . . 


" 628 


§§18,19 


" 628 


§20 . . 


" 628 


§21 . , 


" 628 


§ 22, cl. (a) 


" 628 


§22, 


cl. W 



S. 1917, 327, § 162. 

S. 1917, 327, § 136. 

S. 1917, 327, §§ 166, 177. 

G. L. 123, §§ 113-116. 

S. 1913, 790, § 1. 

G. L. 123, §§ 118-123. 

S. 1913, 796, § 2. 

G. L. Ill, § 33. 

S. 1912, 637, §§ 1, 2. 

G. L. 94, § 171. 

S. 1915, 239. 

S. 1915, 158. 

G. L. 94, § 169. 

PartG. L. 149, §§ 114, 115; 

part O. 
G. L. 149, § 115. 
O. 

G. L. 123, § 103. 
S. 1915, 129. 
S. 1912, 474, § 1. 
G. L. 94, § 24. 
S. 1912, 151. 
R. 1919, 296, § 14. 
S. 1919, 296, § 1. 
S. 1917, 26. 
S. 1919, 296, §§4-7. 
S. 1916,74, § 1; R. 1916, 74, 

§2. 
S. 1919, 296, § 9. 
S. 1915, 212. 
S. 1919, 296. § 11. 
S. 1912. 379. 
S. 1919, 296, § 10. 
S. 1913, 610, § 1; R. 1913, 

610, § 6. 
G. L. 63, § 16. 
PartG. L. 22, §7; 147, § 1; 

part S. 1913, 610, §§ 1, 4; 

part R. 1913, 610, § 6. 
S. 1913, 610, § 1; part R. 

1913, 610, § 6. 
S. 1915, 251; R. 1918, 247, 

§4. 
O. 

G. L. 176, §§ 1-3. 
G. L. 175, §3; 176, §5. 
G. L. 176, § 19. 
S. 1917, 108. 
G. L. 176, § 17. 
S. 1913, 617, § 1. 
G. L. 176, §31. 
G. L. 176, § 20. 
G. L. 176, § 13. 
G. L. 176, § 15. 
S. 1920, 359. 
G. L. 176. § 14. 
G. L. 176, § 6. 
S. 1913, 617, § 2. 
G. L. 176, § 7. 
S. 1918, 105. 

G. L. 176, §§ 9, 10. 
G. L. 176, § 32. 
G. L. 176, §§ 11, 12. 
Temporary. 
S. 1920, 257, § 2. 
G. L. 176, §42- 223, §28. 
G. L. 176, §§ 33, 34. 
G. L. 176, § 30. 
G. L. 176, § 35. 
G. L. 176, § 38. 
Part G. L. 176, §§ 39, 40; 
part R. 1913, 617, § 3. 



1911,628, §23 . 


R. 1913, 617, § 4. 


•' 628, §§24, 25 


G. L. 176, § 36. 


" 628, § 26 . 


G. L. 176, § 44. 


" 628, § 27 . 


G. L. 176, § 37. 


" 628, § 28 . 


G. L. 176, §§ 41, 43. 


'• 628, § 29 . 


Part G. L. 176, §§ 45, 46; 




parts. 1913, 411; 617, §5. 


" 628, § 30 . 


S. 1917, 204. 


" 628, § 31 . 


Part G. L. 176, §§ 48-50; 




part S. 1914, 661. § 1. 


" 628, § 32 . 


O. 


" 629, § 1 . 


S. 1913, 831, § 10. 


" 629. § 2 . 


S. 1913, 831, § 20. 


" 632 . . 


S. 1912, 256. 


■' 633 . . 


S. 1912, 720, § 2; R. 1917, 




327. § 268. 


" 634. § 1 . 


S. 1913, 817, § 1. 


" 634, § 2 . 


G. L. 32, § 21. 


" 634, § 3 . 


PartG. L. 32, § 22; part S. 




1913, 817, § 2; 1918, 257, 




§ 117. 


" 634, § 4 . 


Part G. L. 32, § 23; part S. 




1918, 257, § 118; part 




O. 


" 634, § 5 . 


Part G. L. 32, § 24; part S. 




1918,257, §§ 119, 120. 


" 634, 1 6 . 


Part G. L. 32, §§ 25, 32; part 




S. 1913, 817, § 3; 1918, 




104, §§ 1, 2; 257, §§ 122, 




124. 


" 634, § 7 . 


G. L. 32, § 37; 59, § 6, cl. 8; 




62, § 8 (a). 


" 634, § 8 . 


G. L. 32, § 34. 


" 634, § 9 . 


S. 1918, 257, § 125. 


" 634, § 10 . 


G. L. 32, § 38. 


" 635 . . 


G. L. 229, § 6. 


" 642, § 1 . 


S. 1917,327, §§156,242; R. 




1917, 327, § 268. 


" 642, § 2 . 


S. 1912, 399; R. 1916, 221, 




§ 2; 1917, 105, § 3; 327, 




§268. 


" 649, § 1 . 


S. 1917, 50. 


" 649, § 2 . 


O. 


" 656, §§1,2 


S. 1915, 211, § 1. 


" 656, § 3 . 


G. L. 146, §§56-59,65, 67. 


•• 656, § 4 . 


G. L. 146, §§58,66. 


" 656, § 5 . 


G. L. 146, § 54. 


" 656, § 6 . 


Part G. L. 146, §§ 5, 68; 




part S. 1915, 259, § 11; 




part R. 1915, 259, § 13. 


" 667 . . 


Part G. L. 5, § 3; part S. 




1912, 144. 


•• 668 . . 


S. 1917, 336. 


" 669, 1 1 . 


PartG. I,. 116, § 1; part S. 




1918, 257, § 299. 


" 669, § 2 . 


G. L. 116, § 2. 


" 669, § 3 . 


S. 1913, 266. 


" 669, § 4 . 


S. 1914, 323; 1916,316. 


■• 669, § 5 . 


G. L. 116. §§5,6. 


" 669, § 6 . 


G. L. 116, §7. 


" 670 . . 


S. 1912, 506, § 1; R. 1917, 




327, § 268. 


" 673 . . 


S. 1916, 273. 


•' 675, §§ 1-3 


G. L. 32, § 68. 


" 676 . . 


S. 1918, 62. 


" 679 . . 


R. 1913, 835, § 503. 


" 679, §§ 1, 2 


S. 1913, 835, §§ 348, 349. 


" 679, § 3 . 


S. 1913, 835, § 351. 


" 679, § 4 . 


S. 1913, 835, § 362. 


" 679, §§5, 6 


S. 1913, 835. §§ 497, 498. 


" 681 . . 


. S. 1913, 784, § 9. 


" 682, § 1 . 


G. L. 32, § 65. 


" 709 . . 


. 0. 



DISPOSITION OF STATUTES SINCE THE REVISED LAWS. 



911,722, 11 


. Part G. L. 21, § 5; 48, § 28; 


1911,751, II, §§9,10 


S. 1914. 708. §§ 4. 5. 




part S. 1919, 350, § 42. 


" 751,11, §11 . 


S. 1912, 571, §2; 1913, 445. 


" 722, § 2 


. G. L. 48, § 28; 132, § 4. 


" 751,11, §12 . 


G. L. 152. § 38. 


" 722, § 3 


. G. L. 130, § 9. 


" 751.11, §13 . 


S. 1914, 708, § 7. 


" 722, § 4 


. Temporary. 


" 751, II, §§ 14, 




■• 723 . 


. O. 


15 . . . 


G. L. 152, §§40, 41. 


" 727, § 1 


. S. 1912, 675, § 1. 


" 751, II, § 16 . 


S. 1912. 172. 


" 727, § 2 


. G. L. 140, § 112. 


" 751, II, § 17 . 


G. L. 152, § 43. 


" 727, § 3 


. S. 1912, 675, § 2. 


" 751,11, §18 . 


PartG. L. 152, §44; part S. 


" 727, §§4-( 


3 . G. L. 140. §§ 97-99. 




1920. 223, § 1. 


" 727, § 7 


. S. 1916, 224. 


•• 751,11, §19 . 


S. 1912, 571, § 4. 


" 727, § 8 


. PartG.L. 140. §101; part O. 


" 751,11, §§20, 




•' 727, § 9 


. G. L. 140, § 102. 


21 . . . 


G. L. 152. §§46, 47. 


" 727, § 10 


. S. 1912. 675. § 3. 


" 751,11, §22 . 


S. 1914. 708. § 8. 


" 727, §§ 11 


12 G. L. 140. §§ 104. 105. 


" 751,111, §§1-5 


S. 1912. 571. §§ 6-10. 


" 727, § 13 


. S. 1912, 675, § 4. 


" 751, III, § 6 . 


S. 1912. 571, § 11; R. 1917, 


" 727, §§ 14- 


-16 G. L. 140. §§ 107-109. 




297, § 3. 


" 727, § 17 


. S. 1912, 675, § .5. 


•• 751,111, §7 . 


S. 1912, 571, § 12. 


" 727, § 18 


. G. L. 140, § 111. 


•• 751,111, §8 . 


S. 1914, 708, § 10. 


" 727, § 19 


. PartG.L. 140, §114; parte. 


" 751,111, §9 . 


R. 1917, 297, § 5. 


" 727, § 20 


. Temporary. 


■' 751,111, §§10, 




" 727, § 21 


. G. L. 140, § 78. 


11 . . . 


S. 1912, 571, §§ 13, 14. 


" 727, § 22 


. S. 1912, 675, § 6. 


" 751,111, §§12, 




" 728 . 


. G. L. 3, §§ 39, 43, 49. 


13 . . . 


S. 1914, 708, §§ 11, 12. 


". 731, §1 


. S. 1913, 368. 


" 751,111, §14 


S. 1917, 297, § 10. 


" 731, §2 


. G. L. 71, §45. 


■■ 751, III, § 15 


S. 1913, 448. 


" 731, §3 


. G. L. 71, § 67. 


" 751,111, §16 


S. 1912, 571, § 15. 


" 731, §4 


. G. L. 71, §§45. 67. 


" 751,111, §17 


G. L. 152. § 18. 


" 735 . 


. S. 1913,835. §182; R. 1913, 


" 751,111, §18 


S. 1913. 746, § 1. 




835, § 503. 


" 751, IV, § 1 . 


S. 1915. Sp. 314, § 1. 


" 736, § 1 


. G. L. 207. § 19. 


" 751, IV, §2 . 


S. 1914, 338. 


" 736, § 2 


. S. 1912. 463. § 1. 


" 751.IV, §§ 3- 




" 736, § 3 


. G. L. 207, §§ 33, 53. 


12 . . . 


Special. 


" 736, § 4 


. S. 1912, 463, § 2. 


" 751, IV, § 13 . 


PartG. L. 152, § 53; part S. 


" 736, § 5 


. S. 1919. 168. § 2. 




1916, 200, § 1 ; part Special. 


" 736, § 6 


. G. L. 207. § 29. 


•■ 751, IV, §§14, 




" 743 . 


. S. 1920, 627. §§ 1, 2. 


15 . . . 


Special. 


" 745 . 


. S. 1912, 275, § 1; R. 1912. 


" 751. IV, §§16, 






275, § 2. 


17 . . . 


PartG. L. 152, § 53; part S. 


•' 747 . 


. S. 1913, 733; R. 1917, 327. 




1916, 200, § 1. 




§268. 


'■ 751, IV, § 18 . 


G. L. 152, § 64. 


" 748, § 1 


. S. 1914, 712, § 1. 


•■ 751, IV, §19. 


S. 1914, 661, § 1. 


" 748, § 2 


. Part G. L. 91, § 3; part S. 


" 751, IV, §20. 


G. L. 152. § 21. 




1916, 288, § 3. 


" 751, IV. §21. 


S. 1912. 571. § 16. 


" 748, § 3 


. Part G. L. 91, § 3; part S. 


" 751. IV, §22 . 


G. L. 152. § 25. 




1919, 550, § 12; part 


" 751, IV, §23. 


S. 1915. Sp. 314. §1;R. 1915, 




Temporary. 




Sp. 314, § 2. 


'■ 748. § 4 


. Parte. L. 91, §§1,3; parts. 


" 751, IV, § 24 . 


O. 




1919, 325. 


" 751,V, §1 . 


G. L. 152, § 23. 


" 748, § 5 


. G. L. 91, § 5. 


" 751, V, §2 . 


Part G. L. 152, § 1; part S. 


" 748, § 6 


. S. 1918, 257, § 187, subs. 3. 




1913, 568. 


" 748, § 7 


. S. 1918, 257, § 187, subs. 6, 


" 751, V, §§3,4 


S. 1912, 571, §§ 17, 18. 




14, 16. 


" 751, V, §5 . 


O. 


" 748, § 8 


. G. L. 91, § 7. 


" 755, § 1 . . 


S. 1913, 784, §§ 10, 22. 


" 748, § 9 


. S. 1912, 181. 


" 755, § 2 . . 


S. 1913, 784, §§ 10, 23. 


" 748, § 10 


. G. L. 91, §4. 


" 755. § 3 . . 


O. 


" 748, |§11 


12 G. L. 91. §§8.9. 


" 755, § 4 . . 


Part S. 1913, 784, §§ 8, 9; 


" 748, § 13 


. S. 1916. 288. § 4. 




part O. 


" 748, § 14 


. Temporary. 


■' 755. § 5 . . 


0. 


" 748, § 15 


. G. L. 91, § 16. 


•• 755. § 6 . . 


S. 1913. 784, §6; 1918, 283, 


" 748, § 16 


. G. L. 91, § 57. 




§ 2; part R. 1913, 784, § 6. 


" 748, § 17 


. Special. 


" 755. § 7 . . 


O. 


•' 751,1, §1 


. G. L. 152, § 66. 


" Res. 5 . . 


G. L. 6, § 14. 


" 751.1, §§1 


i, 3 G. L. 152, § 67. 


" Res. 103 . . 


Part G. L. 20. § 5; part S. 


" 751, 1, §4 


. Part G. L. 152, § 68; part S. 




1912,507, §§12, 13; 1919. 




1913, 807, § 4. 




350. § 37. 


" 751, 1. § 5 


. Part G. L. 152, § 24; part S. 


1912. 3, §§ 1-4 


G. L. 29, §§49-52. 




1912, 666, § 2. 


3, §5 . . 


G. L. 29, § 45. 


" 751, II, §§ 


1,2 G. L. 152. §§26, 27. 


'■ 7, § 1 . . 


S. 1917, 2, § 1; R. 1917, 2, 


" 751, II, § ; 


i . S. 1912, 571, § 1. 




§2. 


" 751, 11, I ^ 


t . S. 1916, 90. 


" 13 . . . . 


S. 1918. 203. 


" 751,11, §§ 


5-7 S. 1914, 708, §§ 1-3. 


" 17 . . . . 


Part G. L. Ill, § 66; part 


" 751, II, i 


i . S. 1917, 269. 




O. 



DISPOSITION OF STATUTES SINCE THE REVISED LAWS. 



912, 24 




. S. 1917, 344, II, § 75; R. 


1912, 155 . . 






1917, 344, VIII, § 1. 


" 156 . . 


45 




. G. L. 44, § 24. 


" 157 . . 


49, 


§1 


. PartG. L. 44, §26; part O. 




49, 


§2 


Special. 


" 158 . . 


52 




. G. L. 175, § 146. 


" 159 . . 


53 




. G. L. 172, §41. 


" 160 . . 


54 




. G.L. 172, §31. 


" 161 . . 


58 




. S. 1917,327, §§176,254; R. 


" 162 . . 






1917, 327, § 268. 


" 163 . . 


59 




. G. L. Ill, §8. 




61 




. G. L. 5, § 4. 


" 165 . . 


62 




. S. 1917, Sp. 244. 


" 170 . . 


64 




. G. L. 36, §§4, 7. 


" 171 . . 


66 




. S. 1914, 615; part R. 1918, 


" 172 . . 






257, § 8. 


" 173 . . 


67 




. S. 1917,327, §§51, 131,230; 
R. 1917, 327, § 268. 


" 174, § 1 . 


70 




. PartG. L. 168, §43; part S. 


" 175 . . 






1913, 130; part R. 1913, 


" 181 . . 






130. 


" 182 . . 


71 




. S. 1914, 45; R. 1914, 370, §3. 




73 




. G. L. 172, § 21. 


" 184 . . 


74 




. S. 1920, 333. 




77, 


Hi- 


5 . G. L. 126, §§ 30-32. 


" 185 . . 


79 




. PartG.L. 73, §§l,4;partO. 


" 187 . . 


SO 




. S. 1913, 421, § 1. 


" 189 . . 


82 




. G. L. 176, § 47. 


" 190 . . 


87 




. S. 1917,327, §§128,228; R. 


" 191 . . 






1917, 327, § 268. 


" 192 . . 


90 




. G. L. 172, § 42. 


" 197 . . 


96 




. G. L. 149, § 103. 


" 201 . . 


97 




. G. L. 167, § 7. 


'■ 203 . . 


" 103 




. G. L. 127, §§ 131, 132. 


" 209 . . 


'■ 104 




. S. 1917, 190. 


'• 212 . . 


" 106 




. S. 1915, 266. 


" 218, §1 . 


" 109 




. G. L. 5, § 3. 


" 218, §2 . 


" 110, 


ll 


. S. 1913, 573, §§ 1, 2; R. 


" 218, §3 . 






1913, 573, § 4. 


" 218. §§4, 5 


" 110, 


§2 


. S. 1913, 573, § 3; R. 1913, 


" 218, §6 . 






573, § 4. 


" 218, §7 . 


" 114 




. G.L. 71, §§61,63. 


■' 218, §§8, 9 


" 115 




. S. 1918, 257, § 146. 


" 219 . . 


" 117 




. S. 1917, 327, § 53; R. 1917, 
327, § 268. 


" 221 . . 


" 119 




. G. L. 175, § 130. 


" 223, § 1 . 


" 120 




. S. 1913, 752, § 2. 


" 223, §§2, 3 


" 122 




. G. L. 168, § 46. 


" 22.3, §§4, 5 


" 123 




. G. L. 90, § 29. 


" 226 . . 


" 124 




. S. 1914, 198, § 6 [§ 40 
(Third)]. 


" 229, § 1 . 


" 128 




. G. L. 167, § 10. 


" 229, § 2 . 


" 129, 


§§l-i 


. G.L. 130, §§64-66. 




" 134 




. G. L. 221, § 72. 


" 233 . . 


" 135 




. S. 1917,279, §§1-4; R. 1917, 








279, § 40. 


" 234 . . 


" 138 




. R. 1917, 327, § 268. 


" 238 . . 


" 138, 


§1 


. S. 1917, 327, §§ 105 (fl), 213. 


" 241, § 1 . 


" 138, 


§2 


. S. 1912, 464, § 9. 


" 246 . . 


" 139 




. G. L. 175, § 50. 


" 248, § 1 . 


" 142 




. S. 1917, 327, §§ 144, 238; 


" 248, § 2 . 






R. 1917, 327, § 268. 


" 249 . . 


" 144 




. G. L. 5, § 3. 




" 145 




. S. 1914, 370, § 1; R. 1914, 


" 251 . . 






370, § 3. 


" 252 . . 


" 147 




. S. 1917, 327, § 18; R. 1917, 








327, § 268. 


" 253 . . 


" 149 




. S. 1916, 40, § 1; R. 1916, 


" 254 . . 






40, § 2. 


" 254, § 1 . 


" 151 




. PartG.L. Ill, §92; part S. 


" 254, §2 . 






1914, 647; 1920, 108, § 1; 


" 254, §3 . 






part R. 1916, 286, § 15. 


" 254, §4 . 


" 154 




. S. 1913, 653. 


" 256 . . 



G. L. 140, § 51. 
G. L. 159, § 77. 
S. 1912, 320, § 1; R. 1912, 

320, § 2. 
G. L. 127, § 141. 
G. L. 220, § 18. 
G. L. 217, § 33. 
G. L. 205, § 15. 
G. L. 175, §§ 27, 2.8. 
Part R. 1913, 563, § 9; part 

O. 
G. L. 119, § 48. 
S. 1919, 364, § 1. 
G. L. 167, § 20. 
S. 1912, 571, § 3. 
PartG. L. 167, §2; part O. 
S. 1919, 177, § 1; R. 1919, 

177, § 2. 
S. 1920, 349, § 2. 
S. 1912, 663, § 1. 
S. 1914, 791, § 4; R. 1914, 

791, § 16. 
S. 1913, 611, § 3; R. 1913, 

611, § 18. 
S. 1918, 151, § 2. 
G. L. 119, § 64. 
G. L. 63, §§ 11, 12. 
G. L. 235, § 1. 
PartG. L. 149, § 1; part O. 
S. 1915. 253, § 1. 
G. L. 264, § 7. 
O. 

S. 1917, 170. § 1. 
G. L. 212. § 20. 
S. 1915. 76. 
S. 1918. 257. § 222. 
G. L. 94. § 26. 
S. 1919. 301. § 9. 
G. L. 94. §§28, 29. 
G. L.94, §31. 
G. L. 94, § 30. 
O. 

S. 1918, 287, § 1. 
S. 1917, 344, IV, § 27; R. 

1917, 344, VIII, § 1. 
G. L. 45, § 15. 
S. 1918, 124. 
G. L. 45, § 16. 
S. 1914, 390. 
Parts. 1913, 835, §353; R. 

1913, 835, § 503. 
S. 1913, 835, § 496; R. 1913, 

835, § 603. 
S. 1914,742, §181; R. 1914, 

742, § 199. 
G. L. 65, § 26. 
R. 1918, 129, § 2. 
S. 1913, 180. 
S. 1913, 713. 
G. L. 94, §§ 131, 132. 
S. 1916, 139. 
S. 1914, 742, § 147; R. 1914, 

742, § 199. 
G.L. 153, §6; 229, § 10. 
S. 1913, 835, §398; R. 1913, 

835, § 503. 
G. L. 218, §§61, 62. 83. 
R. 1913. 835. § 503. 
S. 1913, 835. § 138. 
S. 1913, 835. §§97, 139. 
S. 1913, 835, § 140. 
S. 1913, 835, § 142. 
S. 1917, 243. 



DISPOSITION OF STATUTES SINCE THE REVISED LAWS. 



1912, 257, 
" 257, 
" 260 



263 

264 
265 



269 
270 
271 
272, 
272, 
273 



276, 

277, 
277, 

277, 
280, 
283, 
283, 

283, 
284 
289 
298 

304 
307 

308 
310 
311 
312, 
312, 
312, 
315 
317, 
317, 
318 
320, 
322 
325 
330 
331 
332 



335 
336 
347 
352 



il . . G. L. 91, §24. 
I 2 . . G. L. 91, § 52. 

S. 1913, 240; R. 1918, 257, 

§378. 
S. 1913,835, §124; R. 1913, 

835, § 503. 
S. 1916, 78. 
G. L. 273, § 9. 
S. 1913, 835, § 126; R. 1913, 

835, § 503. 
S. 1913,835, §262; R. 1913, 

835, § 503. 
S. 1914,715; 1916,284, §5; 

1917, 327, § 87 (o) ; R. 

1917, 327, § 268. 
G. L. 276, § 24. 
S. 1917, 170, § 2. 
S. 1918, 257, § 382. 
G. L. 58, § 7. 
S. 1918, 257, § 33. 
. S. 1913, 516; R. 191.3, 835, 

§503. 
S. 1913, 835, §§ 97, 114; R. 

1913, 835, § 503. 
S. 1912, 446, § 3; R. 1913, 

835, § 503. 
S. 1912, 483, § 2; 1913, 835, 

§118; R. 1913,835, §503. 
S. 1913, 815, § 5; R. 1913, 

815, § 9. 
R. 1913, 815, § 9. 
G. L. 107, § 46. 
G. L. 167, §19(seeG.L. 107, 

§46). 
) 3 . . G. L. 107, § 18. 
!§1, 2 . Part G. L. 46, §3; part O. 

S. 1915, 159. 
|2 . . S. 1915,187, §11; 1917, 275, 

§ 13; R. 1917, 275, § 22. 
1 3 . . G. L. 94, § 215. 
S. 1913, 176. 
G. L. 221, § 85. 
S. 1917, 99; R. 1919, 177, 

§2. 
G. L. 209, § 3. 
S. 1912, 473 ; 1913, 835, § 279 ; 

R. 1913, 835, § 503. 
G. L. 39, § 13. 
G. L. 273, § 9. 
S. 1913, 750. 
G. L. 59, § 48. 
1 2 . . S. 1913, 694. 
I 3 . . G. L. 59, § 94. 

S. 1914, 690, § 1. 

G. L. 231, §§ 112, 115. 

Temporary. 

S. 1914, 328, § 2. 

S. 1913, 391. 

S. 1913, 70. 

G. L. 278, § 23. 

G. L. 175, §§ 5, 18, 105. 

G. L. 117, § 18. 

Parte. L. 217, §23; part S. 

1919, 353, § 4. 
S. 1919, 177, § 1; R. 1919, 

177, § 2. 
S. 1913, 655, § 1; R. 1913, 

655, § 61. 
G. L. 169, §§2, 3. 
S. 1914, 690, § 1. 
S. 1913, 645. 
S. 1914, 370, § 1; R. 1914, 

370, § 3. 



912, 353 




" 354 




" 357 




" 358 




" 360, 


§1 


" 362 




" 363, 


§1 



363, 


§3 . 


363, 


§4 . 


365 




365, 


§i '. 


365, 


§2 . 


368, 


§1 . 


368, 


§2 . 


368, 


§3 . 


368, 


§4 . 


368, 


§5 . 


368, 


§§6,7 


368, 


§8 . 


368, 


§9 . 


372 




375 




377, 


§1 .' 


377, 


§2 . 


378 




379 




380, 


§1 . 


380, 


§2 . 


382 




384 




387 




388 




389 




390 




391 




394, 


§1 ' 


394, 


§2 . 


396 




398, 


§§1.2 


398, 


§3 . 


399 





400 . . 
401, §§1,2 

401, §3 . 

401, §4 . 

403 . . 

406 . . 

407 . . 

409 . . 

411 . . 



419, §§1,2 
419, §3 . 



G. L. 217, § 33. 

G. L. 229, § 3. 

G. L. 168, § 15. 

S. 1917, 327, § 69; R. 1917, 

327, § 268. 
G. L. 244, § 14. 
G. L. 9, § 2. 
Part G. L. 32, § 1; part S. 

1914, 568, § 1. 
Part G. L. 32, § 2; part ,S. 

1918, 257, §§ 101, 102; 

part O. 
S. 1918, 257, § 103. 
PartG. L. 32, §§5 (2), 6 (6); 

part S. 1918, 257, § 107; 

1920, 416, § 3. 
R. 1917, 327, § 268. 
S. 1917, 327, § 195 (a). 
S. 1912, 720, § 2. 
PartG. L. 72, § 1; part O. 
G. L. 72, § 1. 
S. 1913, 356. 
G. L. 72, §§3,8. 
G. L. 72, § 4. 
G. L. 72, § 5. 
G. L. 72, § 6. 
G. L. 72, § 8. 
G. L. 91, § 58. 
G. L. 160, § 246. 
PartG. L. 35, §43; 44, §52; 

part S. 1916, 152. 
G. L. 35, §43; 44, § 61. 
S. 1914, 620. 
S. 1913, 249; R. 1919, 296, 

§ 14. 
G. L. 125, § 31. 
S. 1919, 233, § 1; R. 1919, 

233, § 2. 
G. L. 262, § 4. 
G. L. 147, § 10. 
G. L. 41, § 54. 
S. 1913, 529, § 2; R. 1913, 

529, § 4. 
G. L. 138, § 5. 
G. L. 60, § 46. 
Part G. L. 269, § 11 ; part O. 
G. L. 212, § 6; 218, § 1. 
Special. 

G. L. 175, § 70. 
S. 1913, 835, § 1; R. 1913, 

835, § 503. 
S. 1913,835, §258; R. 1913, 

835, § 503. 
S. 1913, 664; 1916,221, § 1; 

1917, 105, § 2; 327, 

§§ 168, 250, 256; R. 1916, 

221, § 2; 1917, 105, § 3; 

327, § 268. 
S. 1919, 294, § 1. 
S. 1920, 147, §§1,2. 
G. L. 175, § 184. 
S. 1920, 147, § 3. 
G. L. 175, §§ 74, 75. 
S. 1914, 546. 
S. 1916, 40, § 1; R. 1916, 

40, § 2. 
R. 1913, 746, § 2. 
S. 1918, 241, § 1; R. 1918, 

241, § 2. 
G. L. 218, § 8. 
G. L. 266, §§ 7, 8. 
S. 1916, 51, § 1; R. 1916, 

51, § 5. 



DISPOSITION OF STATUTES SINCE THE REVISED LAWS. 



912,419, §4 


. S. 1916, 51, § 4; R. 1916, 


1912,496 . . 


. S. 1917, 94. 




51, § 5. 


" 497 . . 


. S. 1914, 700, §§ 1-3. 


•■ 437 


. R. 1914, 742, § 199. 


" 498 . . 


. Part G. L. 217, §§ 24, 26; 


" 437, § 1 


. S. 1914, 742, §§ 190, 191, 




part S. 1919, 353, § 5. 




198. 


" 499 . . 


. G. L. 218, § 70. 


•■ 437, § 2 


. S. 1914, 742, § 192. 


" 500, § 1 . 


. S. 1914, 424, § 1. 


" 438 . 


. G. L. 131, §67. 


" 500, § 2 . 


. Temporary. 


" 441 


. S. 1917, 327, §§113, 219(a); 


" 502, § 1 . 


. G. L. 183, § 8. 




R. 1917, 327, § 268. 


" 502, § 2 . 


. G. L. 183, § 10 and Appen- 


•■ 442, § 1 


. G. L. Ill, §70. 




dix, form 1. 


" 442, §2 


, G. L. Ill, §70; 233, §79. 


" 502, §3 . 


. G. L. 183, § 11 and .Appen- 


" 443 . 


. S. 1918, 257, § 147. 




dix, form 2. 


" 444, § 1 


. S. 1917, 327, §§ 110 (W, 


" 502, §§4, 5 


. G. L. 183, Appendix, forms 




218 (a); R. 1917, 327, 




3,4. 




§268. 


■• 502, § 6 . 


. S. 1913, 369. 


" 444, § 2 


. S. 1917, 327, §§ 110 (c, e), 


•■ 502, §§ 7-12 


. G. L. 183, Appendix, forms 




218 (6); R. 1917, 327, 




7-12. 




§268. 


" 502, § 13 . 


. G. L. 18.3, § 9. 


" 445, § 1 


. S. 1918, 257, § 476. 


" 502, § 14 . 


. G. L. 183, § 12. 


" 446 . 


. R. 1913, 835, § 503. 


" 502, § 15 . 


. G. L. 183, § 14. 


" 446, 1 1 


. S. 1913, 835, § 203. 


" 502, §§ 16, 1 


7 G. L. 183, §§ 16, 17. 


" 446, § 2 


. S. 1913, 835, § 117. 


" 502, § 18 . 


. G. L. 183, § 19. 


" 446, § 3 


. S. 1913, 835, § 120. 


" 502, § 19 . 


. G. L. 183, § 13. 


" 447, §§ 1-^ 


I . G. L. 32, §§52-55. 


" 502, § 20 . 


. G. L. 183, § 28. 


" 448 . 


. S. 1914, 627. 


" 502, § 21 . 


. G. L. 183, § 15. 


" 452 . 


. S. 1913, 758. 


" 502, §§ 22-2 


4 G. L. 183, §§ 25-27. 


" 457, § 1 


. S. 1914, 198, § 6. 


" 502, § 25 . 


. S. 1920, 495, § 1; R. 1920, 


" 457, § 2 


. G. L. 63, § 61. 




495, § 2. 


" 459 


. G. L. 223, § 1.32. 


" 503, § 1 . 


. .S. 1915, 47. 


" 462, § 1 


. G. L. 218, § 65. 


" 503, § 2 . 


. Part G. L. 32, § 77; part 


" 463, § 1 


. S. 1914, 428, § 1. 




Temporary. 


" 463, § 2 


. G. L. 207, § 30. 


" 503, § 3 . 


. Temporary. 


" 464 . 


. R. 1917, 327, § 268. 


" 503, § 4 . 


. G. L. 32, § 77. 


" 464, § 1 


, Part S. 1917, 327, § 212. 


" 506 . . 


. R. 1917, 327, § 268. 


" 464, § 2 


. S. 1917, 327, §§ 105 (i), 211. 


" 506, § 1 . 


. S. 1914, 718, § 1. 


" 464, § 3 


. S. 1916, 284, § 9. 


" 506, § 4 . 


. R. 1914, 362, § 1. 


" 464, § 4 


. S. 1915, 203. 


" 507, § 1 . 


. S. 1919, 350, § 37. 


" 464, § 5 


. S. 1917, 327, §§ 105 (c). 


" 507, § 2 . 


. G. L. 128, § 17. 




209(c). 


" 507, § 3 . 


. S. 1916, 91, § 1. 


" 464, § 6 


. Parts. 1917, 327, § 209 (a). 


" 507, § 4 . 


. G. L. 128, § 19. 


" 464, § 7 


. S. 1917, 327, §§ 105 (/), 


" 507, § 5 . 


. S. 1919, 331, § 1. 




209 (e). 


" 507, §§ 6, 7 


. S. 1915, 161, §§ 1, 2. 


" 464, § 9 


. S. 1917, 327, §§ 107, 212. 


" 507, § 8 . 


. G. L. 128, § 25. 


" 464, § 10 


. Part S. 1917, 327, § 108. 


'■ 507, §9 . 


. S. 1916, 91, § 3. 


" 465, § 1 


. S. 1913, 250. 


■■ 507, § 10 . 


. G. L. 128, § 29. 


■' 465, § 2 


. G. L. 21, §7. 


" 507, §11 . 


. Part G. L. 128, § 30; part O. 


" 466 . 


. G. L. 38, §§ 1, 2. 


•■ 507, § 12 . 


. S. 1918, 193. 


" 467 . 


. G. L. 94, § 136. 


" 507, § 13 . 


. G. L. 128, § 28. 


" 468 . 


. G. L. Ill, § 65. 


" 507, § 14 . 


. Part G. L. 20, § 5; 128, 


" 470 . 


. G. L. 46, § 10. 




§§ 16, 17; part S. 1919, 


" 471, § 1 


. S. 1913, 835, § 44; R. 1913, 




350, § 37. 




835, § 503. 


" 507, § 15 . 


. Temporary. 


" 471, § 2 


. S. 1913, 835, § 76; R. 1913, 


" 507, § 16 . 


. O. 




835, § 503. 


" 512, § 1 . 


. G. L. 11, §3. 


" 472, § 1 


. O. 


" 512, §2 . 


. S. 1915, 274, § 1; R. 1915, 


" 472, § 2 


. G. L. 167, § 22. 




274, § 2. 


" 473 . 


. S. 1913,835, §279; R. 1913, 


" 515 . . 


. S. 1913,835, §232; R. 1913, 




835, § 503. 




835, § 503. 


" 474 . 


. G. L. 94, § 17. 


" 516 . . 


. S. 1913, 294. 


" 477 . 


. S. 1913, 758. 


" 519 . . 


. S. 1917, 327, §§ 180-184, 


" 479 . 


. R. 1913, 806, § 13. 




187 (b), 257 (o), 258 (a-c). 


" 4S1, §1 


. S. 1914, 56; R. 1919, 293, 




259 (a, 6). 262; R. 1917, 




§5. 




327, § 268. 


" 482 . 


. G. L. 276, § 28. 


" 522, § 1 . 


. G. L. 9, § 2. 


" 483 . 


. S. 1913, 835, §§ 117, 118; 


" 523 . . 


. G. L. 131, §§ 36, 45. 




R. 1913, 835, § 503. 


" 524 . . 


. S. 1916, 135. 


" 486 . 


. G. L. Ill, § 155. 


" 527, § 1 . 


. PartG. L. 94, § 1; part 0. 


" 488 . 


. G. L. 160, § 200. 


" 527, §§2-4 


. G. L. 94, §§ 225-227. 


" 4S9, § 1 


. S. 1914, 288; R. 1916, 149, 


" 527, §§5, 6 


. S. 1917, 47, §§ 1, 2. 




§3. 


" 527, §§ 7, 8 


. G. L. 94, §§ 230, 231. 


" 491 . 


. S. 1914, 198, § 6. 


" 527, § 9 . 


. G. L. 75, § 20; 94, § 232. 


" 493 . 


. G. L. 192, § 2. 


" 527, § 10 . 


. G. L. 94, § 233. 


" 495 . 


. G. L. 271, § 39. 


" 527, §§11,1 


2 G. L. 94, § 234. 



DISPOSITION OF STATUTES SINCE THE REVISED LAWS. 



1912, 527, § 13 . 


. G. L. 94, § 235. 




1912,571, 


§6 . . 


•' 527, § 14 . 


. O. 








" 528 . . 


. S. 1914, 455. 




" 571, 


§7 . 


" 530. § 1 . 


. G. L. 123, § 25. 




" 571, 


§8 . 


'■ 530, § 2 . 


. Gone to many places. 




" 571, 


§9 . 


" 530, § 3 . 


. Part G. L. 123, § 25; 


part 


" 571 


§10 . 




Special. 




" 571, 


§11 . 


" 531, § 1 . 


. PartG. L. 146, §§6-9; 


part 


" 571, 


§12 . 




0. 




" 571, 


§§13, 14 


" 531, §2 . 


. Part G. L. 146, § 10; 


part 


" 571, 


§15 . 




O. 




" 571, 


§16 . 


" 531, §3 . 


. G. L. 146, §§ 14, 15. 




" 571, 


§17 . 


" 531, §4 . 


. G. L. 146, § 21. 




" 571, 


§18 . 


" 531, §5 . 


PartG. L. 146, §22; part O. 


" 575 




" 531, §6 . 


. G. L. 146, § 23. 




■■ 576 




" 531, §7 . 


G. L. 146, § 25. 








" 532, § 1 . 


G. L. 138, § 53. 




•• 577 




" 532, § 2 . 


O. 




" 580 




" 533, § 1 . 


O. 




" 581 




" 533, § 2 . 


. S. 1913, 833, § 1. 




" 584 




" 533, § 3 . 


S. 1913, 833, §§ 1, 2. 




" 585 




" 533, § 4 . 


O. 




" 586 




" 535, §§ 1, 2 


G. L. 207, §§21,22. 




" 587, 


§1 '■ 


" 535, § 3 . 


G. L. 207, § 32. 








" 545 . . 


S. 1914, 347, § 5; R. 


1914, 








347, § 6. 




" 587, 


§2 . 


" 546, §§ 1, 2 


G. L. 48, § 57. 




" 587, 


§3 . 


" 546, §3 . 


Temporary. 




" 587, 


§4 . 


" 547, § 1 . 


Part G. L. 221, § 4; part S. 








1918,287, §§ 1,3. 




" 587, 


§ 5, cl. 1 


" 548 . . 


S. 1919, 287, § 1. 




" 587, 


§ 5, cl. 2 


" 549 . . 


S. 1914, 587, § 1. 




" 587, 


§6 . 


" 552 . . 


S. 1912,711. 




" 589 




" 554 . . 


R. 1917, 344, VIII, § 1 




" 592 




" 554, § 1 . 


S. 1917, 344, II, § 1. 




" 593 




" 554, §§2-7 


S. 1917, 344, II, §§ 3-8 








" 554, §§8, 9 


S. 1917,344,11, §§ 12, 


13. 


■' 595 




" 554, § 10 . 


. S. 1917, 344, II, § 34. 




" 597 




" 660, § 1 . 


PartG. L. 9, § 9; 44, 


§45; 


•■ 603 






149, § 169; part S. 


1919, 


" 604 






350, §§ 26, 52-55. 




" 604, 


§1 ' 


" 561 . . 


S. 1919, 287, § 1. 








" 562 . . 


. G. L. 127, § 90. 








■' 563 . . 


S. 1918,211, § 1; 1919 
§1. 


362, 


" 604, 
■■ 606 


§3 . 


■' 565, § 1 . 


G. L. 127, § 53. 




" 60S, 


§1 '. 


" 565, §2 . 


G. L. 127, § 57. 




" 608, 


§2 . . 


" 565, § 3 . 


G. L. 127, §§53,54,64 




" 608, 


§3 . 


" 565, §§4, 5 


G. L. 127, §§ 59, 60. 




" 608, 


§4 . 


" 566, § 1 . 


Part G. L. 74, §§ 26 


. 27; 


" 608, 


§5 . . 




part S. 1917, 247, 


§ 1; 


" 608, 


§6 . 




part O. 




" 608, 


§7 . 


" 566, § 2 . 


. Part S. 1914, 544, § 1 ; 


part 


" 608, 


§§8,9 




R. 1914, 544, § 2; 


part 


" 614 






Special. 




" 621 




" 566, § 3 . 


. Part G. L. 74, §§ 11 


, 25; 


" 622, 


§1 ' 




part O. 




" 623, 


§§1-5 


" 566, § 4 . 


. S. 1917, 247, § 3; R. 


1917, 


" 623, 


§6 . 




247, § 6. 




" 623, 


§§7,8 . 


'• 566, § 5 . 


. Part G. L. 74, § 34; part S. 


" 623, 


§9 . 




1917, 247, § 5. 




" 623, 


§§10,11 


" 566, § 6 . 


. G. L. 74, § 38. 




" 623, 


§§12,13 


" 567, §§ 1-6 


. G. L. 131, §§ 81-86. 




" 623, 


§14 . 


" 567, § 7 . 


. G. L. 131, §89. 




" 623, 


§15 . 


" 567, § 8 . 


. G. L. 131, § 87. 




" 623, 


§§16-18 


" 567, § 10 . 


. G. L. 131, § 88. 




" 623, 


§§ 19-21 


" 568 . . 


. S. 1917,327, §§170,251; R. 


" 623, 


§22 . 




1917, 327, § 268. 




" 623, 


§23 . 


■' 571, § 1 . 


. G. L. 152, § 28. 




■" 623, 


§24 . 


" 571, §2 . 


. S. 1913, 696. 




" 623, 


§25 . 


" 571, §3 . 


. G. L. 152, § 42. 




" 623, 


§§ 26-28 


" 571, §4 . 


. G. L. 152, § 45. 




•' 623, 


§29 . 


" 571, §5 . 


. S. 1918, 119. 




" 623, 


§§30-32 



Part G. L. 24, § 2; part S. 

1917,297, § 1; part O. 
S. 1913, 48. 
S. 1915, 123. 
G. L. 152, § 6. 
S. 1914, 708, § 9. 
R. 1917, 297, § 3. 
S. 1917, 297, §4. 
S. 1917, 297, §§ 6, 7. 
G. L. 152, § 16. 
G. L. 152, § 22. 
Part G. L. 152, § 52; part O. 
O. 

S. 1920, 422, § 1. 
S. 1918, 272, § 1; R. 1918, 

272, § 5. 
G. L. 132, § 9. 
G. L. 168, § 54, cl. 2 (e~g). 
G. L. 160, § 174. 
S. 1919, 353, §§ 1, 2. 
S. 1919, 353, §§ 1, 2, 11. 
G. L. 156, §§ 2, 45. 
Part G. L. 74, §§ 26, 27; 

part S. 1917, 176, § 1; 

part O. 
Special. 

PartG. L. 74, § 11; part O. 
Part G. L. 74, §§ 11, 25; 

part O. 
G. L. 74, §§ 7, 32, 33. 
G. L. 74, §§8,30. 
G. L. 74, § 38. 
S. 1914, 587, § 4. 
S. & R. 1916, 33. 
S. 1913, 710; R. 1917, 327, 

§268. 
S. 1914, 598, § 24. 
G. L. 31, § 4. 
O. 

Part R. 1913, 748, § 2. 
S. 1913, 748, § 1; 1914, 509, 

§ 1; 1917,333; 1918,208; 

1919, 362, § 1. 
O. 

G. L. 220, § 16. 
O. 

S. 1919, 350, § 40. 
S. 1914, 490, § 1. 
.S. 1913, 329. 
G. L. 129, § 28. 
G. L. 129, § 15. 
G. L. 129, § 26. 
Temporary. 
S. 1919, 350, § 101. 
G. L. 59, § 33. 
G. L. 25, § 6. 
G. L. 170, §§ 2-6. 
S. 1914, 643, § 1. 
G. L. 170, §§ 8, 9. 
S. 1915, 38. 
S. 1914, 643, §§ 2, 3. 
G. L. 170, §§ 14, 15. 
S. 1914, 613, § 4. 
G. L. 170, § 17. 
S. 1914, 643, §§ 5-7. 
G. L. 170, §§21-23. 
S. 1917, 52. 
G. L. 170, § 25. 
S. 1918, 83, § 2. 
S. 1918, 101. 
G. L. 170, §§ 28-30. 
G. L. 170, § 32. 
G. L. 170, §§ 36-38. 



DISPOSITION OF STATUTES SINCE THE REVISED LAWS. 



1912, 623 


§§33, 


34 




623 


§§35-40 




623 


§41 . 






623 


§§42,43 




623 


§44 . 






623 


§46 . 






629 


§§1^ 






632 








635 


§i '. 






635 


§2 . 






635 


§3 . 






635 


§4 . 






635 


§§5-S 






635 


§9 . 






635 


§10 . 






635 


§11 . 






635 


§12 . 






635 


§13 . 






635 


§14 . 






635 


§15 . 






635 


§16 . 






635 


§17 . 






635 


§18 . 






' 635 


§19 . 






635 


§20 . 






' 635 


§21 . 






' 635 


§22 . 






635 


§23 . 






635 


§24 . 






635 


§25 . 






' 635 


§26 . 






' 635 


§27 






' 635 


§28 






635 


§§29, 


30 




' 635 


§31 . 






' 635 


§32 . 






635 


§33 . 






635 


§34 . 






' 635 


§§35, 


36 




' 635 


§37 






' 635 


§38 






' 635 


§39 






' 635 


§40 






' 635 


§41 






' 635 


§42 






' 635 


§§43, 


44 




' 635 


§45 






' 635 


§§46-48 




' 635 


§49 






' 635 


§50 






' 635 


§51 






' 635 


§52 






' 635 


§53 






' 635 


§54 






' 635 


§§55. 


56 




' 635 


§57 






' 635 


§58 






' 635 


§59 






' 635 


§60 






' 635 


§§61- 


64 




' 635 


§65 






■ 635 


§66 






' 635 


§67 






■ 635 


§§68- 


72' 




' 635 


§73 






' 635 


§§74- 


78' 




' 635 


§79 






' 635 


§80 






' 635 


§§81- 


86' 



S. 1914, 643, §§ 8, 9. 

G. L. 170, §§ 41-46. 

Part G. L. 170, § 47; part O. 

G. L. 170, §§48,49. 

Special. 

O. 

G. L. 168, §§ 18-21. 

S. 1919, 169, § 2. 

O. 

G. L. 145, § 2. 

G. L. 145, § 9. 

(By reference) G. L. 145, § 4. 

G. L. 145, §§ 5-8. 

G. L. 145, §§ 3, 10. 

G. L. 145, §§3, 11. 

G. L. 145, §§3, 12. 

G. L. 14,5, §§ 3, 13. 

G. L. 145, §§3, 14. 

(By reference) G. L. 145, § 4. 

G. L. 145, §§ 3, 15. 

G. L. 145, § 16. 

(By reference) G. L. 145, 

§§3,17. 
G. L. 145, §§3, 18. 
G. L. 145, §§ 3, 19. 
G. L. 145, §§ 3, 20. 
G. L. 145, §§3, 21. 
G. L. 145, §§ 3, 22. 
G. L. 145, §§ 3, 23. 
G. L. 145, §§ 3, 24. 
G. L. 145, §§ 3, 25. 
G. L. 145, § 26. 
G. L. 145, §§ 3, 27. 
G. L. 145, §§ 3, 28. 
(By reference) G. L. 145, § 4. 
G. L. 145, §§ 3, 29. 
(By reference) G. L. 145, §4. 
G. L. 145, §§ 3, 30. 
G. L. 145, §§3, 31. 
(By reference) G. L. 145, § 4. 
G. L. 145, §§ 3, 32. 
G. L. 145, § 33. 
G. L. 145, §§ 3, 34. 
G. L. 145, §§ 3, 35. 
(By reference) G. L. 145, § 4, 
(By reference) G. L. 145 

§36. 
(By reference) G. L. 145, § 4, 
G. L. 145, §§ 3, 37. 
(By reference) G. L. 145, § 4, 
G. L. 145, §§ 3, 38. 
G. L. 145, § 39. 
(By reference) G. L. 145, § 4, 
G. L. 145, §§ 3, 40. 
(By reference) G. L. 145, § 4, 
Part G.L. 145, §§3,41; part 

S. 1913, 614. 
G. L. 145, § 42. 
G. L. 145, § 43. 
(By reference) G. L. 145, § 4. 
(By reference) G. L. 145, 

§44. 
G. L. 145, § 45. 
(By reference) G. L. 145, § 4 
G. L. 145, § 46. 
(By reference) G. L. 145, § 4 
G. L. 145, § 47. 
(By reference) G. L. 145, § 4 
G. L. 145, § 4S. 
(By reference) G. L. 145, § 4 
G. L. 145, § 49. 
(By reference) G. L. 145, § 50 
G. L. 145, §§ 61-56. 



1912,635, §§87,88 
§ 89-92 



635, 
635, 
635, 
637, 
637, 
638 

639, 
641 
041, 
641, 
641, 
641, 
641, 
641, 
041, 
641, 
648, 
648, 
649, 

649, 
649, 
649, 
649, 
649, 



649, 
649, 
651, 
651, 
651, 
651, 
651, 
651, 
651, 
651, 
652, 
652, 
652, 
652, 
652, 
652, 
653, 
653, 
653, 
654 
658 
660 



§1 



§§3,4 

§5 

§§6-8 

§9 

§10 

§11 

§1 

§2 

§1 



I §3-6 

|7 
l§8, 9 
llO 



§11 

§12 

§1 

§§2,3 

§4 

§5 

§6 

§7 

§§8,9 

§ 10 

§§1,2 

§3 

§4 

§§5-8 

§9 

§10 



663, § 1 



663, 
663, 
664 
665 



666, § 1 



666, 
672, 



674, 
674, 



675, 
675, 



(By reference) G. L. 145, 

§§ 57, 58. 
G. L. 145, §§ 59-62. 
PartG. L. 145, § 63; part O. 
Part G. L. 145, § 1 ; part O. 
S. 1916, 57. 
S. 1920, 238, § 2. 
S. 1915, Sp. 329, § 1: R. 

1915, Sp. 329. § 3. 
PartG. L. 6, §3; part O. 
R. 1913, 835, § 503. 

S. 1913, 835, §§ 212, 249. 

S. 1913, 835, § 250. 

S. 1913, 835, § 251. 

S. 1913, 835, § 245. 

S. 1913, 835, §§ 252-254. 

S. 1913, 835, § 294. 

S. 1913, 835, § 255. 

S. 1913, 835, § 474. 

S. 1916, 109. 

S. 1913, 612, § 1. 

Part G. L. 21S, § 54; 223, 

§2; parts. 1916, 174, § 1. 
S. 1914, 35, § 2. 
G. L. 231, §§ 104-107. 
Temporary. 
S. 1914, 35, §§ 3, 4. 
Part G. L. 218, § 53; part 

S. 1913, 726; 1917, 262; 

1918, 287, § 1; part O. 
S. 1913, 430. 
G. L. 218, § 52. 
G. L. 93, § 8. 
G. L. 93, § 9. 
G. L. 93, § 10. 
G. L. 93, § 8. 
G. L. 93, § 12. 
R. 1918, 257, § 220. 
G. L. 93, § 11. 
O. 

S. 1917, 149, §§ 1, 2. 
S. 1919, 28. 
S. 1920, 297, § 2. 
S. 1917, 149, §§ 3-6. 
G. L. 94, § 67. 
G. L. 94, § 73. 
G. L. 149, § 54. 
O. 

G. L. 149, § 54. 
S. 1919, 353, § 3. 
G. L. 217, §§.30,39. 
S. 1918, 211, § 1; 1919, 362, 

§§1,2. 
Part G. L. 91, § 6; part S. 

1916, 232. 
Special. 
Temporary. 

S. 1915, 254, § 1. 

S. 1917, 327, § 41; R. 1917, 

327, § 268. 
G. L. 152, § 52. 
G. L. 152, § 24. 
PartG. L. 218, § 10; part S. 

1917, 330, §§ 1, 2; 19'l8, 
211, §1. 

G. L. 57, § 1. 
Part G. L. 57 

1916, 226, § 

1916, 226, § 6. 
PartG. L. 26, §§3, 4; part S. 

1913, 638; 1919, 350, §§45, 

49. 
S. 1913, 347, § 1. 



§ 1; part S. 
1-5; part R. 



DISPOSITION OF STATUTES SINCE THE REVISED LAWS. 



1912, 675, § 3 


. G. L. 140, § 103. 


" 675. §4 


. G. L. 140, § 106. 


" 675, § 5 


. S. 1913. 347, § 2. 


" 675, § 6 


. G. L. 154, § 2. 


" 678, § 1 


. S. 1913, 498, § 1; 1916, 26S, 




§1- 


" 678, § 2 


. Part G. L. 65, § 36; part O. 


" 678, § 3 


. G. L. 65, § 36. 


" 683 . 


. G. L. 92, § 66. 


" 684, § 1 


. S. 1916,40, § 1;R. 1916,40, 
§2. 
i . R. 1916, 40, § 2. 


" 684. §§2, 


" 695 . 


. R. 1914. 198, § 6 (§ 64). 


" 700. § 1 


. G. L. 112. § 66. 


" 700, § 2 


. S. 1920. 512, § 1. 


" 700. § 3 


. G. L. 13. § 17. 


" 700, §§4-( 


) . S. 1920. 512, §§ 2-4. 


" 700. § 7 


. S. 1920, 403. 


" 700. § 8 


. G. L. 112. § 71. 


" 700, §§9, 


10 . S. 1920, 512, §§ 6, 7. 


" 705. § 1 


. O. 


" 705, § 2 


. S. 1918, 262, § 4. 


" 706, § 1 


. .S. 1916, 303. § 1. 


" 706, § 2 


. Part G. L. 23, § 13; part S. 




1919, 350, § 12. 


" 706, § 3 


. G. L. 23, § 12; 151, § 1. 


" 706, § 4 


. S. 1914, 368, § 1. 


" 706. §§5. 


3 . S. 1913, 673, §§ 1, 2. 


" 706, § 7 


. R. 1914, 368, § 3. 


" 706, § 8 


. S. 1920, 387. 


'■ 706. §§9, 


. G. L. 151, §§ 6, 7. 


" 706, § 11 


. S. 1913, 330. 


" 706, § 12 


. G. L. 151. § 9. 


" 706, § 13 


. S. 1913, 673, § 3. 


" 706, §§ 14- 


-16 G. L. 151, §§ 11-13. 


" 706, § 17 


. Part G. L. 151, § 15; part S. 




1919, 350, § 8. 


■' 711 


. G. L. 77, § 12. 


■' 712. §1 


. G. L. 220, § 16. 


" 715 . 


. O. 


■' 719, §1 


. S. 1914, 698, § 1; R. 1914, 




698, § 2. 


" 719, §2 


. S. 1916, 296, § 2; R. 1916, 




296, § 9. 


" 719, §§3,^ 


t . S. 1917, 278, §§1,2; R. 1918. 




244, § 5. 


" 719, §5 


. S. 1916. 296, § 7; R. 1916, 




296, § 9. 


" 719, §§6, 


7 . G. L. 7, §§12, 13. 


" 719, §8 


. Part G. L. 7, § 8; part O. 


" 719, §9 


. S. 1917, 165, § 2. 


" 719, § 10 


. Part G. L. 7, § 16; part O. 


" 720, § 1 


. S. 1914, 460; R. 1917, 327. 



§268. 
720, §2 . . Part S. 1917, 327, §§ 78 

(b,d,e), 81 (d), 87 (a), 89; 

R. 1917, 327, § 268. 
722 .. . G. L. 32, §§ 66, 67. 
723, § 1 . . G. L. 32, § 75. 
723, § 2 . . Part G. L. 32, § 76; part O. 
725, I . . . Special. 
725, II, § 1 . G. L. 160, § 84. 
725, II, § 2 . Part G. L. 160, § 78; part R. 

1915, 157, § 1. 
725, II, §3 . Part G. L. 160, §§80-82, 86; 

part S. 1918, 257, § 187, 

subs. 7. 
725,11, §4 . S. 1913, 784, §§ 15, 16; R. 

1913, 784, § 16. 
725, II, § 5 . S. 1913, 784, § 15; R. 1913, 

784, § 16. 
725, II, § 6 . G. L. 160. § 70. 
725, II, § 7 . G. L. 160, § 210. 



1912. 726, § 1 
•' 726, § 2 



726, § 3 
726, § 4 



726. § 5 

726, § 6 

726, § 7 
726. § S 

726, § 9 

726, § 10 
726. § 11 
726, § 12 

726, § 13 

726, § 14 

729 

Res. 22 

Res. 120 
1913, 38, § 1 
38. §2 
48 . 

62 
63 



70 
73 

81 

82 

85 

93 

95 
112 
114 
116 
120 
121 
123 
130 
132 

148 

154, § 1 

154, 

161 

164 

174 

176 



2,3 



180 
181 
182 
191 
206 
209 

210 
211 
213 
214 



S. 1919, 350, §§ 69. 70. 
Part S. 1919, 350, § 70; part 

O. 
Part G. L. 23, § 13; part S. 

1919, 350, § 70. 
Part G. L. 149, § 5; part S. 

1913, 813, § 1; 1919, 350, 

§§ 71, 74. 
PartG. L. 147, §1;149, §§1, 

2; part S. 1919, 350, § 71. 
Part G. L. 149, §§ 4, 18; 

part O. 
S. 1919, 350, § 74. 
S. 191.5. 74; 1919, 224; 350, 

§§ 74, 75. 
Part G. L. 149, § 15; part S. 

1919, 350, § 71. 
G..L. 149. § 16. 
S. 1919, 3.50, § 75. 
Part.S. 1913, 610. § 1; 1919. 

350, §§ 101, 108; part O. 
S. 1913. 746, § 1; R. 1913, 

746. § 2. 
S. 1914, 533. 
O. 

G. L. 9. § 19. 

Part G. L. 74, § 48; part O. 
O. 

R. 1917, 326, § 2. 
Part G. L. 24, § 4; part S. 

1919. 299, § 1; part O. 
G. L. 40. § 5, subs. 11. 
Part G. L. 32, § 5 (2) A (6) ; 

part S. 1918, 257, § 134. 
S. 1918, 257, § 187, subs. 34. 
G. L. 217, § 8. 
Part G. L. Ill, § 68; part 

Special. 
S. 1914, 406. 
G. L. ISO. § 12. 
S. 1916, 31. 
G. L. 78, § 9. 
S. 1915, 16, § 6. 
G. L. 117, §38. 
G. L. 272, § 68. 
G. L. 90, § 20. 
PartG. L. 276, § 84; part O. 
Part G. L. 35, § 22; part O. 
S. 1916, 290. 

Part G. L. 168, § 43; part O. 
S. 1918, 189, § 1; R. 1918, 

189, § 2. 
S. 1918, 257, § 187, subs. 37. 
G. L. 92, § 26. 
Special. 

G. L. 160. § 134. 
S. 1913, 801. 
S. 1917, 238, § 1. 
S. 1915, 43. 
G. L. 167, § 23. 
G. L. 169, § 1. 
G. L. 169, §§ 1, 2. 
G. L. 78, § 4. 
G. L. 175, § 167. 
G. L. 114. § 42. 
S. 1916, 38, § 1. 
S. 1916, 37, § 1. 
S. 1915, 259, § 7; R. 1915, 

259, § 13. 
G. L. Ill, § 29. 
G. L. 217, §§ 3, 41. 
R. 1918. 257, § 377. 
S. 1914, 76. 



DISPOSITION OF STATUTES SINCE THE REVISED LAWS. 



1913, 223 




. S. 1917, 344, VII, § 6; R. 


1913, 334 . . 






1917, 344, VIII, § 1. 


" 335 . . 


" 225 




. PartG. L. 6, § 19; part O. 


" 336, § 1 . 


" 226 




. G. L. 59, § 71. 


" 336, § 2 . 


" 227 




. G. L. 217, § 33. 


" 336, §3 . 


" 228 




. PartG. L. 231, §41; part 0. 


" 339 . . 


" 235 




. S. 1913, 541. 


" 340 . . 


" 236, 


§1 '. 


. S. 1913, 728. 




" 236, 


§2 . 


. G. L. 276, § 33. 


" 341 . . 


" 237 




. S. 1919, 12. 


■■ 343 . . 


'• 240 




. S. 1914, 209; R. 1918, 257, 


" 346 . . 






§378. 


" 347, § 1 . 


" 245 




. G. L. 169, § 5. 


" 347, § 2 . 


" 246 




. S. 1917, 12. 


" 349 . . 


" 247 




. G. L. 175, § 151. 


" 355 . . 


" 248 




. G. L. 206, § 8. 


" 356 . . 


" 249 




. S. 1919, 296, § 12; R. 1919, 


" 357 . . 






296, § 14. 


" 358 . . 


" 250 




. G. L. 21, §7. 




" 254 




. S. 1914,742, §186; R. 1914, 


" 359, § 1 . 






742, § 199. 


'■ 359, § 2 . 


" 255 




. S. 1920, 270. 


" 360, §§ 1-3 


" 256 




. G. L. 265, § 33. 


" 360, § 4 . 


" 257 




. G. L. 223, § 38. 


" 360, § 5 . 


" 259 




. S. 1918, 257, § 450. 


" 365 . . 


" 264 




. G. L. 170, § 31. 


" 368 . . 


•' 265 




. S. 1917, 208, §§ 1, 2, 7. 


" 369 . . 


■• 266 




. G. L. 116, §4. 




" 268 




. S. 1917, 327, § 73; R. 1917, 


" 370 . . 






327, § 268. 


" 376 . . 


" 269 




. G. L. 130, § 10. 


" 386, § 1 . 


■' 270 




. S. 1917, 170, § 3. 


" 390 . . 


" 272 




. S. 1917, 208, § 7; R. 1917, 


" 391 . . 






208, § 12. 


" 392 . . 


" 281 




. G. L. 272, § 78. 


•' 396 . . 


" 286 




. S. 1913, 835, § 73; R. 1913, 








835, § 503. 


" 401, § 1 . 


" 288 




. G. L. 233, § 78. 


" 401, §2 . 


" 289 




. G. L. 218, §41. 


" 404 . . 


" 290 




. G. L. 229, § 11. 




" 291 




. Part G. L. 168, § 54, cl. 16; 
part S. 1915, 273, § 2. 


" 408, §§ 1-4 


" 294 




. Part G. L. 26, § 3; part S. 


" 409, §§ 1-3 






1919, 350, § 49; part 0. 


" 409, § 4 . 


" 295 




. Part G. L. 120, § 6; part S. 


'• 410, § 1 . 






1918, 189, § 1; part R. 


" 410, §2 . 






1918, 189, § 2. 


" 411 . . 


" 296 




. G. L. 131, § 76. 


" 413, § 1 . 


" 300 




. G. L. 255, §§ 25, 26. 


" 413, §2 . 


" 305 




. G. L. 223, § 116. 


■■ 413, §3 . 


" 307 




. G. L. 231, §§31, 141. 


" 414, § 1 . 


■• 309 




. R. 1920, 591, § 2. 




" 310, 


§1 '■ 


Temporary. 


•■ 416 . . 


" 310, 


§2 . 


. G. L. 32, §§ 5 (2), 6 (b). 


" 417 . . 


" 311 




. Part G. L. 60, § 105; part 
Special. 


" 419 . . 


" 312 




. G. L. 266, § 36. 


" 421 . . 


" 316 




. S. 1914, 373, § 1. 


" 422 


" 317, 


§1 .' 


. S. 1914, 742, § 135. 


" 423, § 1 '. 


" 317, 


§2 . 


. ,S. 1914, 742, § 178. 




" 319 




. S. 1914, 267; R. 1918, 241, 


" 423, § 2 . 






§2. 


" 424 . . 


" 321 




. R. 1917, 327, § 268. 


" 426, § 1 . 


" 323 




. G. L. 115, § 17. 


" 426, §2 . 


" 324 




. PartG. L. 84, §21; part 0. 


" 430 . . 


" 328 




. G. L. Ill, § 184. 


" 431 . . 


" 329 




. Part G. L. 129, § 2; part S. 








1914, 291; 1918, 189, § 1; 


" 434 . . 






part R. 1918, 189, § 2. 


" 435 . . 


" 330 




. S. 1914, 368, § 4. 


" 439 . . 


" 332, 


§i " 


. G. L. 218, § 10. 


" 441 . . 


" 332, 


§2 . 


. S. 1919, 362, § 2. 


" 444 . . 


" 333 




. S. 1913, 746. 





S. 1918, 115, § 2. 

G. L. 38, § 1. 

S. 1919, 169, § 1. 

S. 1917, 231; 1919, 169, § 2. 

O. 

G. L. 218, § 70. 

S. 1918, 257, § 173; R. 1919, 

363, § 16. 
Special. 

G. L. 175, § 83. 
S. 1915, 293. 
G. L. 140, § 96. 
G. L. 140, § 110. 
G. L. 127, § 153. 
G. L. 66, §5. 
S. 1914, 443, § 2. 
G. L. 161, § 98. 
S. 1918, 189, § 1; R. 1918, 

189, § 2. 
G. L. 149, § 46. 
G. L. 149, § ISO. 
G. L. 207, §§ 10-12. 
G. L. 207, § 50. 
G. L. 207, I 13. 
S. 1913, 758. 
S. 1919, 292, § 6. 
G. L. 183, §§ 18, 20-24, 

Appendix, forms (5, 6). 
S. 1918, 257, § 456. 
G. L. 29, § 55. 
G. L. 217, § 33. 
G. L. 220, § 17. 
S. 1914, 538, §§ 1, 2. 
G. L. 5, § 3. 
S. 1918,198, §§3, 4; R. 1918, 

198, § 8. 
S. 1918, 257, § 187, subs. 35. 
R. 1915, 281, § 1. 
Part G. L. 266, § 123; part S. 

1918, 257, § 307. 
S. 1913, 835, §§ 270-273; R. 

1913, 835, § 503. 
G. L. 172, §§28-30. 
O. 

Part G. L. 138, § 25; part O. 
S. 1915, 200. 
G. L. 176, § 46. 
Part G. L. 138, § 28; part O. 
G. L. 138, § 27. 
G. L. 138, § 87. 
S. 1918, 212, § 1; 1919, .362, 

§1. 
G. L. 44, § 24. 
G. L. 92, § 75. 
S. 1918, 162, § 1; R. 1918, 

162, § 2. 
S. 1918, 257, § 168. 
G. L. 92, § 26. 
S. 1918, 263, § 1; R. 1918, 

263. § 4. 
R. 1918, 263, § 4. 
Special. 
S. 1914, 241. 
G. L. 149, § 53. 
G. L. 218, § 50. 
S. 1913,835, §421; R. 1913, 

835, § 503. 
G. L. 3, § 48. 
G. L. 260, § 4. 
G. L. 130, § 151. 
G. L. 145, § 42. 
Part G. L. 150, § 8; part S. 

1914,370, § 1; 1920,207. 



4 



i 



DISPOSITION OF STATUTES SINCE THE REVISED LAWS. 



1913,445 
'• 446 

447, 
447, 
447, 
447, 



§3 
§4 
§5,cl 
§6,cl 



447, § 7 

448 

450 

451 

452 

453 

454 



457 
458 
464 
467, 
467, 
467, 
468 
469 
471, 
471, 
471, 
471, 
471, 



§1 



(2,3 



473, 
473, 
474, 



475 
479 



483 




485, 


§1 


485, 


§2 


485, 


§3 


487, 


§1 


487, 


§§. 


487, 


§4 


488 




489 




494, 


§1 


494, 


§2 


494, 


§3 


494, 


§4 


498 





499, 1 1 



499, §§ 



501 
502, 
503, 

503, 
503, 
504 



i§l-5 



§3 



S. 1913, 696. 

Part G. L. 218, § 53; part S. 

1913, 736, § 1. 
G. L. 157, § 3. 
S. 1915, lis, § 1. 
G. L. 157, § 5. 

G. L. 157, § 6, els. 1, 2. 
Part G. L. 157, § 6, cl. 3; 

part S. 1915, 118, § 3. 
G. L. 157, § 7. 
G. L. 152, § 15. 
S. 1920, 345, § 1. 
G. L. 136, § 8. 
S. 1916, 162. 
S. 1914, 198, §§ 5, 6. 
Part G. L. 182, § 4; part S. 

1914, 742, § 148. 
R. 1914, 465, § 2. 

S. 1918, 129, § 1, cl. 5. 

S. 1914, 570. 

S. 1916, 82. 

G. L. 76, § 3. 

S. 1913, 779, § 2. 

R. 1917, 327, § 268. 

G. L. 272, § 5. 

R. 1918, 257, § 458. 

G. L. 279, § 2. 

G. L. 218, § 39. 

G. L. 231, §97. 

Part G. L. 225, §§1-3; part 

O. 
G. L. 225, § 4. 
G. L. 225, §§9, 10; 262, § 4. 
G. L. 149, § 142. 
G. L. 63, § 67. 
G. L. 59, § 8. 
G. L. 175, § 181. 
Part G. L. 175, § 5; part S. 

1919, 46; 47. 
S. 1914, 587, § 18. 
S. 1919, 296, § 5; R. 1919, 

296, § 14. 
S. 1913, 610, § 5; 1918, 275, 

§ 2; 1919, 350, § 101. 
S. 1919, 287, § 1. 
S. 1918, 211, § 1. 
Part G. L. 9, § 5; part S. 

1919, 350, § 24. 
S. 1915, 45. 
G. L. 66, § 9. 
S. 1914, 138. 
G. L. 48, § 37. 
Part G. L. 48, § 36; part O. 
S. 1918, 227. 
S. 1920, 327, § 2, cl. (b). 
S. 1914, 283, § 1. 
G. L. 41, §71. 
S. 1914, 283, § 2. 
G. L. 41, § 72. 
S. 1916, 268, § 1. 
Part G. L. 155, § 4; part S. 

1914, 742, § 173; part R. 

1914, 742, § 199. 
Part G. L. 155, § 5; part S. 

1914, 742, § 173; part R. 

1914, 742, § 199. 
S. 1918, 201. 
G. L. 95, §§ 1-5. 
Part G. L. 98, §§ 1, 44; part 

S. 1918, 257, § 245. 
S. 1918, 257, §§ 244, 245. 
Part G. L. 98, § 56; part O. 
G. L. 130, § 141. 



1913, 508 . 


. O. 


" 509, § 1 


. G. L. 182, § 7. 


" 509, § 2 


. S. 1914, 742, § 150; R. 1914, 




742, § 199. 


" 509, § 3 


. G. L. 182, § 8. 


" 509, § 4 


. S. 1914,742, § 151; R. 1914, 




742, § 199. 


" 509, § 5 


. Part G. L. 182, § 9; part S. 




1914, 742, § 152; part R. 




1914, 742, § 199. 


" 509, § 6 


. Part G. L. 182, § 10; part S. 




1914, 742, § 153; part R. 




1914, 742, § 199. 


" 509, § 7 


. PartG. L. 182, § 11; part S. 




1914, 742, § 154; part R. 




1914, 742, § 199. 


" 510 . 


. S. 1919,86; R. 1919, 85. 


■' 515, § 1 


. S. 1913, 840. 


" 516 


. S. 1913, 835, § 193; R. 1913, 




835, § 503. 


" 517 . 


. S. 1915, 86. 


" 518, §1 


. G. L. 220, § 16. 


" 520, § 1 


. S. 1918, 23. 


" 520, § 2 


. G. L. 41, §42. 


'• 520, § 3 


. Part G. L. 41, § 43; part O. 


" 523 . 


. S. 1917, 54. 


" 524 . 


. R. 1917, 327, § 268. 


" 525 . 


. S. 1918, 257, § 187, subs. 37. 


" 526 


. G. L. 218, § 69. 


■' 529, § 1 


. S. 1914, 453. 


" 529, § 2 


. S. 1917, 139. 


" 529, § 3 


. O. 


" 529, § 5 


. G. L. 131, §§ 62-64. 


" 530, § 1 


. S. 1917, 186. 


•' 530, §2 


. G. L. 90, § 26. 


" 532 . 


. S. 1917, 105, § 1; R. 1917, 




327, § 268. 


" 533 . 


. G. L. 240, § 15. 


" 534 . 


. S. 1917, 217. 


" 535, § 1 


. G. L. 175, § 187. 


" 537, § 1 


. G. L. 92, § 26. 


" 537, §§2, 


3 . Special. 


•• 538, § 1 


. .S. 1914, 545. 


•■ 538, § 2 


. G. L. 94, § 91. 


" 541 


. S. 1918, 115, § 1; 1920, 327, 




§ 1, els. 7, 8. 


•• 542, § 1 


. G. L. 131, § 66. 


■• 542, § 2 


. O. 


■• 545 . 


. S. 1920, 515, § 2. 


" 546 . 


. R. 1917, 344, VIII, § 1. 


•' 546, §§ l-[ 


. S. 1917, 344, II, §§ 35-37. 


" 546, § 5 


. S. 1917, 344, II, § 38. 


" 549 . 


. G. L. 130, § 131. 


" 551 . 


. G. L. 140, § 175; 266, § 47. 


" 552 . 


. G. L. 131, § 65. 


'• 559 . 


. S. 1913,835, § 134; R. 1913, 




835, § 503. 


" 563, § 1 


. PartG. L. 273, § 11; part O. 


'• 563, § 2 


. G. L. 273. §§ 12, 13. 


" 563, § 3 


. G. L. 273, § 17. 


" 563, §§4,. 


> . G. L. 273, §§ 13, 14. 


" 563, § 6 


. G. L. 273, §§ 15, 16. 


" 563, § 7 


. G. L. 273, §§ 15, 16, 19. 


" ,563, §8 


. G. L. 212, § 24. 


•• 563, § 9 


. PartG. L. 273, § 19; part O. 


" 564, § 1 


. S. 1915, 162. 


■' 564, § 2 


. G. L. 45, § 21. 


" 564, §§3, 


1 . G. L. 45, § 22. 


■' 564, § 5 


. Part G. L. 44, § 7 (2) ; part 




S. 1913, 719, §§ 8, 14. 


" 564, § 6 


. S. 1913, 719, § 8. 


" 568 . 


. S. 1914, 708, § 13. 


" 569, §§ 1-^ 


t . G. L. 130, §§ 110-113. 



CCXVlll 


DISPOSITION OF STA 


Tl 


TES 


SINCE THE EEVIS 


1913, 572 . 


. S. 1917, 56; R. 1917 


344, 


1913, 629, §§3-5 . 




VIII, § 1. 






" 629, § 6 . . 


" 573, §§ 1-3 . G. L. 130, § 58. 






" 629, §§7-9 . 


" 574 . 


. R. 1920, 551, § 12. 






" 633, § 1 . . 


" 575, § 1 


. S. 1919, 292, § 10; 
292, § 21. 


R. 


1919, 


■• 633, § 2 . . 
" 635, § 1 . . 


" 575, § 2 


. R. 1919, 292, § 21. 








" 578, § 1 


. S. 1914, 523, § 1. 






" 635, § 2 . . 


" 578, § 2 


. R. 1914, 523, § 2. 






" 635, § 3 . . 


" 578, § 3 


. Temporary. 






" 636 .. . 


" 585 . 


. S. 1916, 78. 






" 637 .. . 


" 590 . 


. S. 1914, 298, § 1; R. 


1917, 


" 638 .. . 




85, § 6. 






" 642 . . . 


" 595, § 1 


. Part G. L. 121, § 23 


part S. 


" 643, §§1-5 . 




1919, 350, § 90. 






" 644 .. . 


" 595, § 2 


. S. 1919, 350, § 88. 








" 595, § 3 


. PartG. L. 121, §27 


part 0. 


" 645 .. . 


" 596 . 


. PartG. L. 182, § 5; 


part O. 


" 646, § 1 . . 


" 597 . 


. G. L. 156, § 5. 






" 646, § 2 . . 


" 598 


. G. L. 161, § 99. 






" 647 .. . 


" 599, § 1 


. G. L. 59, § 79. 






" 648 .. . 


" 599, § 2 


. S. 1916, 20. 






" 649 .. . 


" 600, § 1 


. G. L. 48, § 8. 






•• 650, §§1-3 . 


" 600, § 2 


. G. L. 132, §§ 13, 14. 








" 602 


. S. 1916, 287. 






" 651, §1 . . 


" 603 


. S. 191S, 261, § 1. 






" 652 .. . 


" 605, § 1 


. S. 1915, 80. 






•■ 653 .. . 


" 605, § 2 


. G. L. 132, § 28. 






•■ 654 .. . 


" 610, §1 


. S. 1918, 275, § 1; 1919 


350, 


" 655, §§ 1-3 . 




§§ 99, 101, 103. 






" 655, §4 . . 


'■ 610, §2 


. Part S. 1913, 655, § 14 


part 


" 655, §§5-10 . 




O. 






" 655, § 11 . , 


" 610. §3 


. Temporary. 






" 655, §§ 12, 13 


" 610, §4 


. G. L. 146, §§ 1, 5. 






•■ 655, § 14 . . 


" 610, § 5 


. S. 1918, 275. § 2; 1919 


350, 


" 655, §§15-18 




§ 101. 






•■ 655, § 19 . . 


" 611, §§1, 


2 . PartG. L. 262, §§8, 
0. 


9 


part 


" 655, §20 . . 
" 655, §§21-28 


" 611, §3 


. Part G. L. 262, § 10 


part O. 


" 655, § 29 . . 


" 611, §4 


. G. L. 223, § 36. 






" 655, § 30 . . 


" 611, §§5- 


5 . G. L. 262, §§ 11-14. 






" 655, §§31-38 


" 611, §9 


. O. 






■' 655, § 39 . . 


" 611, §§10 


-12 G. L. 262, §§ 15-17. 






" 655, § 40 . . 


'■ 611, §13 


. G. L. 262, § 46. 






" 655, § 41 . . 


" 611, §14 


. G. L. 262, § 18. 








" 611, §15 


. PartG. L. 262, § 19 


part 0. 


" 655, §§42-46 


" 611, §16 


. G. L. 262, § 43. 






" 655, § 47 . , 


" 611, §17 


. G. L. 262, § 20. 






" 655, §§48-51 


" 612, § 1 


. G. L. 276, § 83. 






" 655, § 52 . . 


" 612, §2 


. S. 1915, 254, § 2. 








" 613 . 


. G. L. 175, §§35,36. 








" 614 . 


. G. L. 145, § 41. 






" 655, §§53, 54 


" 616 


. S. 1920, 383. 






" 655, § 55 . . 


" 617, § 1 


. G. L. 176, § 21. 






" 655, §§56-59 


" 617, §2 


. S. 1915, 39. 






" 655, § 60 . . 


'■ 617, §3 


. 0. 






" 656 .. . 


" 617, §5 


. G. L. 175, §29; 176 


§46. 




" 619, § 1 


. G. L. 149, §§47,48. 






" 657 . . . 


" 619, §§2-^ 


I . G. L. 149, §§50-52. 






" 660, § 1 . . 


" 619, §5 


. G. L. 149, § 49. 






" 660, §§2, 3 . 


" 619, §6 


. G. L. 149, §§48, 52. 






" 663 .. . 


" 619, § 7 


. 0. 






'■ 663, § 1 . . 


" 620 . 


. G. L. 272, § 48. 






" 663, § 2 . . 


" 622 


. G. L. Ill, §24. 






■• 663, § 5 . . 


" 623 . 


. S. 1914, 742, §189; 
742, § 199. 


R. 


1914, 


" 663, § 6 . . 
■• 663, § 7 . . 


" 624 


. G. L. 237, § 2. 






" 663, § 8 . . 


" 625, § 1 


. G. L. 175, § 103. 






" 663, §11 . . 


" 625, § 2 


. G. L. 175, § 99. 






" 664 .. . 


" 626, §§ 1-. 


i . G. L. 131, §§ 58-60. 








" 628 . 


. G. L. 71, §44. 






" 668 .. . 


" 629 . 


. R. 1914, 649, § 10. 






" 669, §§1,2 . 


■' 629, §§ 1, 


2 . S. 1914, 127, §§ 1, 2. 






" 670 .. . 



S. 1914, 649, §§ 3-5. 

S. 1914, 127, § 3. 

S. 1914,649, §§ 7-9. 

G. L. 127, § 83. 

S. 1914, 180. 

Part G. L. 91, § 4; part 

Temporary. 
Temporary. 
G. L. 91, § 29. 
G. L. 59, § 3. 
S. 1919, 287. § 1. 
S. 1919, 350, § 49. 
S. 1920, 204. 
G. L. 130, §§ 94-98. 
PartG. L. 223, §2; 239, §2; 

part O. 
PartG. L. 40, § 6; part O. 
G. L. 129, § 13. 
S. 1918, 257, § 193. 
G. L. 270, § 8. 
G. L. 4, § 8. 
S. 1913, 823. 
S. 1914, 634, §§2-i;R. 1914, 

634, § 5. 
S. 1918, 261, § 1. 
G. L. 278, § 18. 
G. L. 279, § 1. 
O. 

G. L. 143, §§ 3-5. 
S. 1918, 291, § 23. 
G. L. 143, §§7-12. 
G. L. 143, § 32. 
G. L. 143, §§ 13, 14. 
G. L. 143, § 1. 
G. L. 143, §§ 15-18. 
G. L. 143, § 19. 
S. 1917, 156, § 1. 
G. L. 143, §§ 24r-31. 
G. L. 143, § 33. 
G. L. 143, § 1. 
G. L. 143, §§ 34-41. 
G. L. 143, §§ 1, 52. 
G. L. 143, § 42. 
Part G. L. 143, §§ 1, 42; 

part O. 
G. L. 143, §§ 44^8. 
G. L. 143, § 43. 
G. L. 143, §§ 49-52. 
G. L. 143, §§ 15, 16, 21, 24- 

31, 33, 43, 45, 46. 49. 51, 

57. 
G. L. 143, §§ 53, 54. 
S. 1917, 156, § 2. 
G. L. 143, §§ 56-59. 
Part G. L. 143, § 60; part O. 
S. 1915, 226, § 1; R. 1915, 

226. § 2. 
S. 1916, 88. 
S. 1915,21, §2. 
R. 1915, 21. §3. 
R. 1919, 306, § 10. 
S. 1919,306, §§ 1,2,8. 
Parts. 1919,306, §§ 1,8. 
S. 1919, 306. § 4. 
S. 1919. 306, § 3. 
S. 1919, 306, § 5. 
S. 1919, 306, § 1. 
S. 1919, 306, § 9. 
S. 1917, 327, § 77; R. 1917, 

327, § 268. 
PartG. L. 15, § 11; part O. 
G. L. 41, § 52. 
G. L. Ill, § 7. 



DISPOSITION OF STATUTES SINCE THE REVISED LAWS. 



1913,671 



673, § 1 
673, § 2 

673, § 3 

674, § 1 
675 . 



676 . 

677 . 

678 . 

678, § 1 

679 . 

679, §§ 1, 
679, § 3 
679, § 4 

681 . 

682 . 

685 . 

686 . 

687, § 1 

688, § 1 
688, § 2 
688, § 3 

688, § 4 

689, § 1 
689, § 2 

690 . 

691 . 
692, § 1 
692, § 2 
694 . 
696 

697, §§ 1, 2 
697, § 3 
697, § 5 
702 . 

705, § 1 
705, § 2 
705, § 3 
705, § 4 
705, § 5 
705, § 6 
705, § 7 
700, § 1 



706, § 3 



709, 


§1 . 


709, 


§2 . 


710 




711 




713 




716, 


§1 '. 


716, 


§§2,3 


716, 


§4 . 


716, 


§5 . 


718 




719, 


§1 ' 


719, 


§§2,3 


719 


§4 . 


719, 


§5 . 


719 


§6 . 


719 


§7 . 



S. 1914, 352, §§1,2;R. 1914, 

:352, § 3. 
G. L. 151, §3. 
S. 1914, 368, § 2. 
S. 1914, 368, § 5. 
S. 1915, 142, § 2. 
PartG. L. 125, §36; part S. 

1919, 233, § 1; part R. 

1919, 233, § 2. 
G. L. 143, § 61. 
G. L. 3, § 8. 
R. 1915, 255. 
R. 1913, 818. 
R. 1919, 321, § 5. 
S. 1919,321, §§ 1, 2. 
S. 1918, 257, § 42. 
S. 1919, 321, §3. 
G. L. 32, § 86. 
S. 1919, 361, § 3. 
G. L. 92, § 64. 
S. 1913,83.5, §330; R. 1913, 

835, § 503. 
G. L. 94, § 150. 
S. 1915, 237, § 21. 
S. 1913, 824. 
G. L. 59, § 58. 
S. 1914, 625. 
G. L. 65, § 13. 
G. L. 65, § 36. 
G. L. 149, § 24. 
S. 1917, 292. 
G. L. 44, § 56. 
G. L. 44, § 13. 
G. L. 58, § 29 (3). 
S. 1914, 70S, § 6. 
S. 1918,257, §§97,98. 
G. L. 32, § 80. 
G. L. 32, § SO. 
G. L. 30, § 30; 34, § 21; 40, 

§52. 
S. 1916, 85. 
G. L. 112, §38. 
S. 1920, 360. 
G. L. 112, §39. 
PartG. L. 112, § 40; part O. 
G. L. 112, §42. 
G. L. 112, §41. 
Part G. L. 44, §§ 37, 38; 

parts. 1916, 13, § 1. 
Temporary. 
Part G. L. 14, § 4; part S. 

1919, 350, § 55. 
G. L. 12, § 10. 
S. 1914, 728. 
S. 1917, 327, § 24; R. 1917, 

327, § 268. 
G. L. 32, § 74. 
G. L. 94, § 96. 
G. L. 231, § 132. 
G. L. 231, §§ 124, 125. 
S. 1918, 257, § 431. 
G. L. 231, § 126. 
Part G. L. 9, § 2; part O. 
G. L. 44, § 2. 
S. 1914, 143, §§ 1, 2. 
S. 1918, 26, § 2. 
Part G. L. 44, § 7; cl. 3 S. 

1916, 11; cl. 8 S. 1914, 

317. 
Part G. L. 44, § 8; cl. 4 S. 

1915, 115; concluding K 

S. 1914, 143, § 3. 
G. L. 44, §§2,20. 



1913,719, 
719, 
719, 
719, 
719, 

719, 
719, 



§11 . 

§12 . 

§13 . 

§14 . 

§ 15 . 



719, § 16 



719, 
719, 
719, 
719, 
719, 
719, 

719, 
720, 
720, 
722 
724 
725 



(20 . 
121 . 



§22 



727, § 1 



727, § 
727, § 
727, § 



736, 


§1 . 


737 




738 




743, 


§§1,2 


743, 


§3 . 


744 




745 




746, 


§1 ' 


748, 


§1 . 



752, § 1 
752, § 2 
752, § 3 
758 . 
759 

759, § 5 
761, § 1 

761, §2 
762 
763, § 1 



763 


§2 . 


763 


§3 . 


763, 


§4 . 


763 


§§5,6 


763 


§7 . 


764 


§§1-4 



774, § 1 . 

779, §§1,2 
779, § 3 . 
779, § 4 . 
779, § 5 . 
779, §§ 6-8 
779, § 9 . 



S. 1914. 143, §§4, 5. 

G. L. 44, § 18. 

G. L. 44, § 12. 

G. L. 44, § 10. 

Part G. L. 44, § 47; part 

Special. 
S. 1916, 62, § 1. 
G. L. 44, § 11. 
G. L. 44, §31. 
S. 1916, 101. 
Special. 
S. 1915, 18. 
S. 1915, 138. 
G. L. 44, § 59. 
Part G. L. 44, § 2; part 

Special. 
O. 

G. L. 112, §§30,31. 
G. L. 112, §30. 
G. L. 148, § 56. 
S. 1915, 207. 
S. 1917, 282, § 2; R. 1919, 

250, § 2. 
S. 1918, 287, § 1. 
Part G. L. 44, § 23; part O. 
S. 1914, 55, §§ 1, 2. 
Part G. L. 44, § 26; part O. 
G. L. 44, § 25. 
Part G. L. 44, § 60; part O. 
G. L. 276, § 33. 
S. 1916,284, §4; 1917, 327, 

§ 82; R. 1917, 327, § 268. 
S. 1914, 666; 1918, 287, § 1. 
S. 1919, 361, § 2. 
S. 1920, 627, § 3. 
S. 1914, 67, §§ 1, 2. 
G. L. 94, §§ 60, 64. 
G. L. 131, § 64. 
R. 1918, 290, § 5. 
G. L. 152, § 19. 
S. 1918, 211, § 1; 1919, 362, 

§1. 
Part G. L. 175, § 55; part S. 

1918,115, §2. 
G. L. 207, § 37. 
S. 1914, 121. 
G. L. 207, § 52. 
S. 1915, 57. 
R. 1917, 212, §3. 
S. 1914, 596, § 2. 
Part G. L. 94, §§ 46, 47; 

part O. 
G. L. 94, §§ 46, 47. 
O. 
G. L. 116, § 3; 118, §§ 1, 

2. 
G. L. 118, §3. 
G. L. 118, § 4. 
G. L. 116, §3; lis, § 1. 
G. L. 118, §§5, 6. 
Temporary. 
G. L. 161, §§ 32-35. 
G. L. 149, § 116. 
S. 1914, 514, § 1; R. 1917, 

344, VIII, § 1. 
S. 1917,344,1, §25;R. 1917, 

344, VIII, § 1. 
S. 1915, 81, §§ 1,2. 
G. L. 76, § 5. 
S. 1915, 78; 1919, 291. 
S. 1914, 738; 1918, 257, § 184. 
G. L. 77, §§ 3-5. 
S. 1918, 257, § 185. 



DISPOSITION OF STATUTES SINCE THE REVISED LAWS. 



1913,779, § 10 



779, 
779, 
779, 
779, 
779, 

779, 

779, 

779, 
779, 
779, 



§13 
§14 
§15 
§16 

§17 

§18 

§19 
§20 
§21 
779, § 22 
779, § 23 



779, 

784, 



784, 

784, 



§24 



784, §§4,5 



784, 
784, 



784, § 8 . . 

784, § 9 . . 

784, § 10 . . 

784, §11 . . 

784, § 12 . . 

784, § 13 . . 

784, § 14 . . 

784, § 15 . . 

784, § 16 . . 

784, § 17 . . 

784, § 18 . . 
784, §§ 19, 20 

784, § 21 . . 

784, § 22 . . 

784, § 23 . . 

784, § 24 . . 

784, § 25 . . 

784, § 26 . . 

784, § 27 . . 

784, § 28 . . 

784, § 29 . . 

786, § 1 . . 

786, § 2 . . 

786, §§3,4 . 

786, §§5-8 . 

786, §§9-96 . 

786, § 97 . . 

786, § 98 . . 

791 . . . 

792 .. . 



795 . 

796, § 1 

796, § 2 

797, § 1 
801 
803, §§ 1-5 



Part G. L. 77, § 8; part 

Special. 
S. 1918, 257, § 186. 
G. L. 77, § 13. 
G. L. 77, § 12. 
S. 1913,831, § 1. 
S. 1916, 95, § 2. 
Part G. L. 149, § 87; part 

S. 1919, 62. 
Part G. L. 149, § 88; part S. 

1914, 580; 1916, 66. 
PartG. L. 149, §89; part S. 

1914, 316. 
S. 1915, 70. 
G. L. 149, §§ 92, 180. 
G. L. 149, §§ 93, 180. 
G. L. 149, §§S6, 94, 95. 
Part G. L. 149, § § 95, 97, 98 ; 

part S. 1916, 95, § 3. 
G. L. 149, § 96. 
S. 1918, 283; 1919, 350, 

§§117.118. 
G. L. 159, § 12. 
S. 1918, 54. 
Special. 
S. 1915, 193. 
PartG. L. 25, §1; 159, §11; 

233, §76; 262, §44; part 

O. 
O. 
Part G. L. 25, §§ 7, 8, 10; 

part O. 
G. L. 159, §§ 13,41. 
G. L. 159, §§34,36,44. 
G. L. 159, § 31. 
G. L. 159, § 27. 
G. L. 159, § 26. 
S. 1915, 303. 
Part G. L. 160, §§ 48, 252; 

part O. 
G. L. 159, § 17. 
S. 1914, 679. 
G. L. 159. §§ 18, 19. 
S. 1916, 24. 
Amended 1916, 92; G. L. 

159, § 14. 
S. 1916, 244. 
G. L. 160, § 185. 
S. 1916, 137. 
G. L. 159, § 37. 
Part G. L. 25, § 5; part S. 

1919, 350, § 121. 
PartG. L. 25, §5; 159, §40; 

part S. 1919, 350, § 121. 
PartG. L. 159, §105; part O. 
O. 

PartG. L. 144, §2;part O. 
G. L. 144, §§ 8, 9. 
G. L. 144, §§4-7. 
G. L. 144, §§ 10-97. 
Part G. L. 144, § 98; part O. 
G. L. 144, § 1. 
S. 1919,353, §§4, 13. 
Part G. L. 14, § 6; part S. 

1918, 103, § 1; 257, §345; 

1919, 350, § 53. 
S. 1916, 58. 

G. L. 123, § 117; 125, §30. 
G. L. 123, § 124; 125, § 30. 
S. 1917, 216. 
S. 1917, 14. 

S. 1917, 344, V, §§ 39-43; 
R. 1917, 344, VIII, § 1. 



1913, 805, 
805, 
805, 
805, 



805, 
806, 



§1 . 
§§2,3 

§4 . 
§5 . 

§§6,7 
§§1-5 
§6 . 

§7 . 



806, § 8 



806, 


§9 




806, 


§10 . . 


806, 


§§11, 12 


807, 


§§1,2 . 


807, 


§3 . . 


807, 


§4 




807, 


§§5, 


3 . 


807, 


§7 




812 






812, 


§§1, 


2 


812, 


§3 




813, 


§1 




813, 


§2 




813, 


§3 




813, 


§4 




813, 


§§5, 




813, 


§7 




813, 


§8 




813, 


§9 




813, 


§10 




813, 


§11 




813, 


§12 




813, 


§13 




815, 


§§1- 




815, 


§8 




816 






817, 


§1 




817, 


§2 




817, 


§3 




819, 


§§1-4 


822 




823 




824 




825 




829, 


§§1.2 


829, 


§3 . 


829 


§4 . . 


829, 


§5 





829, § 6 



829, 
830, 
830, 



830, 
831, 
831, 
831, 



17 

(§1,: 
13 



§§4- 

§1 



§4 



S. 1919, 311, § 1, els. 2, 3, 5. 
S. 1919,311, §2. 
S. 1919,311, § 3, cl. 1. 
Parts. 1919, 311, § 3, cl. 1; 

part O. 
S. 1919, 311, §§4, 5. 
G. L. 143, §§ 62-66. 
Part G. L. 143, § 68; part S. 

1919, 350, § 106; part O. 
Part G. L. 143, §§ 62, 69; 

part .S. 1919, 350, § 106; 

part Temporary. 
PartG. L. 143, § 69; part S. 

1919, 350, § 106. 
G. L. 143, §§ 67, 69. 
Temporary. 
G. L. 143, §§70,71. 
G. L. 152, §§ 69, 70. 
Part G. L. 152, § 71; part O. 
G. L. 152, §§ 68. 72. 
G. L. 152, §§73, 74. 
,S. 1916, 307. 
R. 1917, 327, § 268. 
S. 1917,327, §§41,42. 
S. 1917, 327, § 45. 
Part G. L. 149, § 6; part S. 

1916, 308. 
PartG. L. 149, § 8; part S. 

1919, 350, § 71. 
S. 1916, 308; 1919,350, § 76. 
G. L. 149, §3; 152, §2. 
G. L. 149, §§ 10, 11. 
PartG. L. 149, § 8; part S. 

1916, 308. 
S. 1919, 224. 

PartG. L. 24, § 5; part O. 
G. L. 149, § 12. 
O. 

G. L. 149, § 1. 
G. L. 149, §§ 13, 180. 
G. L. 231. §§ 61-67. 
G. L. 215, §43; 231, §§ 142, 

144. 
S. 1919,350, §§ 101, 108. 
PartG. L. 32, § 20; part S. 

1915, 234, § 1. 
G. L. 32, § 22. 
Part G. L. 32, § 25 (2) C (b) ; 

part S. 1915, 234, § 2; 

1918, 257, § 123. 
G. L. 53, §§ 19-22. 
Temporary. 

S. 1918, 257, § 37. 
R. 1915, 237, § 26. 
G. L. 41, § 41. 
S. 1916,241, §§ 1, 5. 
S. 1915, 206. 
S. 1916, 241, § 3. 
PartG. L. 27, §4; 124, §4; 
part S. 1914, 179, § 1; 

1919, 266; part II. 1914, 
179, § 2. 

S. 1917, 266, § 1; R. 1917, 

266, § 2. 
S. 1916, 241, §5. 
Special. 
Part S. 1920, 510, § 1 ; part 

R. 1920, 510, § 2; part 

Special. 
Special. 

G. L. 149, § 60. 
G. L. 149, § 61. 
G. L. 149, § 63. 



i 



i 



DISPOSITION OF STATUTES SINCE THE REVISED LAWS. 



1913,831, §§5- 


S . 


G. L. 149, §§ 62-65. 


" 831, §9 




S. 1917, 294. 


" 831, §§10 


-16 


G. L. 149, §§ 68-74. 


" 831, § 17 




S. 1915, 57. 


" 831, § IS 




G. L. 149, §§ 75, 76. 


" 831, §19 




G. L. 149, § 77. 


" 831, §20 




PartG. L. 149, §78; part O. 


" 831, §21 




PartG. L. 149, § 79; part O. 


" 831, §22 




G. L. 149, § SO. 


" 831, §23 




PartG. L. 149, § 81; part O. 


" 831, § 24 




Part G. L. 149, § 82; part O. 


" 831, §25 




Part G. L. 149, § 83; part O. 


" 831, §§26 


27 


G. L. 149, §§84,85. 


" , 832, § 1 




Part G. L. 32, § 6; part S. 
1916,257, § 1; 1917, 233, 
§1. 


" 832, § 2 




0. 


" 832, § 3 




Part G. L. 32, §§ 7, 18; part 
S. 1919, 292, § 18. 


" 832, § 4, cl 


■d) 


Parts. 1919,350, §61; part 
Temporary. 


" 832, § 4, cl 


•(2) 


G. L. 15, § 17. 


" 832, § 4, cl 


.(3) 


G. L. 15, §18; 32, §8,cl. (2). 


" 832, § 4, 


els. 




(4-6) 




G. L. 32, § 8, els. (3-5). 


" 832, § 5 




Part G. L. 32, § 9; part S. 
1918, 257, §§ 111, 112. 


" 832, § 6 




Part G. L. 32, § 10; part S. 
1916, 257, § 2; 1918, 257, 
§§113, 114; 1920,335, § 1. 


" 832, § 7 




S. 1915, 198, § 3; 1916, 60, 
§§ 1, 2; 238; 1919, 292, 
§19. 


" 832, § 8 




G. L. 32, § 37; 59, § 5, cl. 8; 

62, § 8 (ff). 


" 832, §§9, 


10 . 


G. L. 32, §§ 12, 13. 


" 832, §§11 


12 


Part G. L. 32, §§ 14, 15; 
part 0. 


" 832, § 13 




PartG. L. 32, § 16; part S. 
1919, 292, § 20. 


" 832, § 14 




G. L. 32, § 8. 


" 832, § 15 




G. L. 32, § 17. 


" 833, § 1 




S. 1915, 277. 


" 833, § 2 




G. L. 161, § 103. 


" 833, § 3 




0. 


" 834, § 1 




S. 1918, 275, § 1. 


" 835, § 1 




Part G. L. 4, § 7, cl. 1 ; 50, 
§1; parts. 1914,783, §1; 
1918,293, §29; 1919,289, 
§§ 1, 18; partO. 




' 835, §§2^ 


I . 


G. L. 50, §§ 2-4. 




' 835, § 5 




G. L. 149, § 178. 




' 835, § 6 




S. 1920, 630, § 8. 




' 835, § 7 




G. L. 50, § 5. 




' 835, § S 




Part G. L. 50, § 1; part 
Special. 




' 835, § 9 




G. L. 50, § 7. 




' 835, §§ 10 


11 


S. 1918, 257, § 10. 




' 835, § 12 




G. L. 51, § 1. 




' 835, § 13 




S. 1914, 345, § 1. 




' 835, § 14 




G. L. 51, § 3. 




' 835, §§15^ 


-19 


.S. 1915, 91, §§ 1-5. 




' 835, § 20 




S. 1917, 106, § 6. 




' 835, § 21 




G. L. 51, § 10. 




' 835, § 22 




G. L. 51, § 13. 




' 835, § 23 




Part G. L. 51, § 14; part 
Special. 




' 835, § 24 




G. L. 51, § 17. 




' 835, § 25 




G. L. 51, § 15. 




' 835, §§26 


27' 


S. 1919, 269, §§ 2, 3. 




' 835, §§2S 


29 


'G. L. 51, §§ 19,20. 




' 835, § 30 




G. L. 51, § 23. 




' 835, § 31 




G. L. 51, §21. 



1913, 835, §§ 32, 33 S. 1920, 243, §§ 1, 2. 
" 8.35, §34 . . G. L. 51, § 25. 
" 835, §35 . . G. L. 51, § 2.3. 
" 835, § 36 . . Part G. L. 51, §§ 26-28, 30; 
parts. 1919, 159, §1;269, 
§l;partR. 1919,159, §2. 
835, § 37 . . Part G. L. 51, § 26; part S. 

1919, 269, § 1. 
835, §38 . . Part G. L. 51, § 29; part 
Special. 
§39 . . G. L. 51, § 31. 
§40 . . G. L. 51, § 33. 
§41. . S. 1918, 257, §11; 1919, 108, 



835, 
835, 
835, 

835, 
835, 
835, 
835, 
835, 
835, 
835, 
835, 
835, 
835, 
835, 
835, 
835, 
835, 
835, 



835, 
835, 

835, 
835, 
835, 
835, 
835, 

835, 
835, 

8.35, 
835, 
835, 
835, 
835, 
835, 

835, 
835, 
835, 
835, 

835, 
835, 
835, 
835, 
835, 
835, 
835, 



part 
part 



§42 . . G. L. 51, §32. 
§43 . . G. L. 51, §36. 
§44 . . S. 1917, 77. 
§45 . . G. L. 51, § 42. 
§46 . . S. 1915, 91, § 6. 
§§47-50 G. L. 51. §§ 44-47. 
G. L. 51, § 38. 
S. 1916, 81. 
G. L. 51, §49. 
G. L. 51, § 39. 
G. L. 51, §§ 40, 41. 
G. L. 51, §§ 52-54. 
S. 1920, 579, § 1. 
G. L. 51, § 5G. 
Part G. L. 51, § 57; 
S. 1919, 269, § 1; 
Special. 
G. L. 51, §§ 5S, 59. 
Part G. L. 51, § 60; part 

Special. 
S. 1919, 269, § 4. 
G. L. 51, § 62. 
S. 1914, 676, § 1. 
R. 1915, 91, § 13. 
S. 1914, 611, § 1; R. 1915, 

91, § 13. 
R. 1915, 91, § 13. 
S. 1914, 611, § 2; R. 1915, 

91, § 13. 
S. 1915, 91, §7. 
Special. 
S. 1915, 48. 
Special. 

S. 1919, 269, § 7. 
§86 . . Parts. 1919,269, § 1; part 

Special. 
j87 . . Special. 
)§ 88,89 S. 1914, 790, §§ 12, 13. 
i 90 . . S. 1915, 100. 
j91 . . Part G. L. 52, § 8; part S. 

1919. 269, § 1. 
i92 . . G. L. 52, § 10; 53, §72. 
i§ 93-96 G. L. 53, §§24-27. 
} 97 . . S. 1919, 289, § 20. 
i 98 . . G. L. 53, § 24. 
j 99 . . S. 1918, 19. 

G. L. 53, §§ 29, 30. 
S. 1917, 80. 
S. 1914,790, §§ 1-3. 
S. 1914,790, §§4,5. 
G. L. 53, § 35. 
S. 1914, 790, §§ 6-9. 
PartG. L. 53, §§2, 41; part 
S. 1918, 257, § 13. 
835, § 114 . G. L. 53, § 42. 
835, §115 . S. 1920, 481. 
835, § 116 . G. L. 53, § 44. 
835, § 117 . S. 1915, 283; part R. 1914, 
790, § 10. 



§51 
§52 . . 
§53 . . 
§54 . . 
§§55,56 
§§57-59 
§60 . . 
§61 . . 
§62 . . 



i§63, 64 
)65 . . 



§67 . . 
§68 . . 
§§69-72 
§73 . . 

§74 . . 
§75 . . 

§76 . . 

§§77-82 
§83 . . 
§84 . . 
§85 



§ 100, 101 

102 

835, §§ 103-105 
i 106, 107 

108 

§ 109-112 

113 



83, 
835, 
835, 
835, 



DISPOSITION OF STATUTES SINCE THE REVISED LAWS. 



1913,835, § 118 



835, 
835, 
835, 
835, 
835, 
835, 
835, 



(§119-123 

i 124 

i§125, 126 

!127 

)§ 128-131 

(132 

i 133 



835, 
835, 
835, 
835, 
835, 



134 

§ 135-137 
§ 138, 139 

140 

141 
835, § 142 

5 143-147 

148 



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835, 



835, 
835, 
835, 
835, 
835, 
835, 
835, 
835, 
835, 
835, 
835, 
835, 

835, 
835, 
835, 
835, 
835, 



835, 
835, 
835, 

835, 
835, 
835, 

835, 
835, 
835, 
835, 
835, 
835, 
S35, 
835, 
835, 
835, 
835, 

835, 
835, 
835, 
835, 
835, 

835, 
835, 

835, 
835, 
835, 
835, 
835, 



!§ 149-154 
j 155 

j§ 156-163 
)§ 164, 165 
i§ 166-179 
(180 

|§ 181-185 
!186 . 
i I 187-189 
!§ 190, 191 
jl92 
)193 

jl94 
)195 . 
jl96 
)197 
!19S 



5199 
j200 
(201 

)202 
(203 
i§ 204-207 

j§ 208-210 

j211 

j212 

i§ 213, 214 

1215 

S216 

J217 

(§218,219 

(§220-224 

(225 

(226 . 

(§227,228 
5 229 . 
(230 . 
(§231-235 
(236 

(§237,238 
(239 

j240 . 
5 241 
(242 
(243 
(§244-248 



S. 1914, 790, § 11; 1916, 179, 
§10. 

G. L. 53, §§47-51. 

S. 1917, 81. 

G. L. 53. §§ 53, 54. 

G. L. 9, § 2. 

G. L. 53, §§ 55-58. 

G. L. 53, §§59, 60. 

Part G. L. 56, § 14; part S. 
1914, 345, § 2; part O. 

S. 1915, 105. 

G. L. 53, §§ 62-64. 

G. L. 53, §§ 66, 67. 

S. 1916, 16. 

G. L. 53, § 69. 

G. L. 53, § 70. 

G. L. 53, §§ 73-77. 

Part G. L. 53, §§ 2, 78, 85; 
part O. 

G. L. 53, §§ 79-84. 

G. L. 53, §§ 86, 87. 

G. L. 53, §§ 88-95. 

G. L. 53, § 96. 

G. L. 53, §§ 97-110. 

S. 1918, 257, § 15. 

G. L. 53, §§ 112-116. 

G. L. 53, §§2, 117. 

G. L. 53, §§ 118-120. 

G. L. 53, § 2. 

S. 1919, 269, § 11. 

PartG. L. 53, §§3, 71; part 
S. 1918,.257, § 16. 

G. L. 53, § 71. 

G. L. 53, § 4. 

G. L. 53, § 80. 

G. L. S3, § 5. 

Part G. L. 53, § 6; part S. 
1919, 269, § 1; part Spe- 
cial. 

S. 1917, 82, § 1. 

R. 1917, 82, § 2. 

Part G. L. 53, § 8; part S. 

1917, 250, § 1; part O. 
G. L. 53, § 9. 

S. 1918, 293, § 33. 

PartG. L. 53, §§11-14; part 

Special. 
G. L. 53, §§ 15-17. 
PartG. L. 6, § 29; part O. 
G. L. 6, § 30. 
G L. 6, § 32. 
G. L. 6, § 31. 
S. 1914, 676, § 2. 
S. 1918, 74. 
S. 1914, 676, §§3,4. 
G. L. 54, §§5-9. 
S. 1920, 146, § 2. 
Part G. L. 54, § 11; part 

Special. 
G. L. 54, §§ 12, 13. 
Special. 

S. 1919, 269, § 12. 
G. L. 54, §§ 15-19. 
Part G. L. 54, § 20; part 

Special. 
G. L. 54, §§ 21, 22. 
Part G. L. 41, § 14; part S. 

1918, 257, § 155. 
G. L. 54, § 23. 

S. 1919, 269, § 13. 
G. L. 54, § 25. 
S. 1920, 169. 
G. L. 54, §§ 27-31. 



1913, 835, § 249 


. Part G. L. 54, § 32; part S. 




1918, 257, § 17. 




" 835, § 250 


. G. L. 54, § 33. 




" 835, § 251 


. S. 1916, 43, § 1. 




" 835, §§252-255 G. L. 54, §§ 35-38. 




" 835, § 256 


. S. 1916, 43, § 2. 




" 835, § 257 


. Part G. L. 54, § 40; 
Special. 


part 


" 835, § 258 


. S. 1917, 250, § 2. 




" 835, § 259 


. S. 1915, 36. 




" 835, §§ 260-264 G. L. 54, §§ 43^7. 




" 835, §§265 


266 S. 1919, 364. §§ 3, 4. 




" 835, §§267, 268 G. L. 54, §§50, 51. 




" 835, § 269 


. S. 1919, 54. 




■' 835, §§270 


271 S. 1919, 301, § 4. 




" 835, § 272 


. G. L. 54, § 57. 




" 835, § 273 


. S. 1919.301, §4. 




" 835, §§274 


275 S. 1919, .364, §§5,6. 




" 835, § 276 


. G. L. 54, § 61. 




" 835, § 277 


. S. 1916, 247. 




" 835, § 278 


. S. 1919, 269, I 15. 




■' 835, § 279 


. S. 1914, 329. 




" 835, § 280 


. S. 1919, 364, § 7. 




" 835, §§281- 


-291 G. L. 54, §§ 66-76. 




" 835, §§292 


293 S. 1914,435, §§1,2. 




" 835, § 294 


. S. 1916, 80. 




" 835, §§ 295- 


-297 G. L. 54, §§ 80-82. 




" 835, § 298 


. Part G. L. 54, § 83; 

Special. 


part 


" 835, § 299 


. G. L. 54, § 84. 




" 835, § 300 


. S. 1918, 41. 




" 835, § 301 


. S. 1919, 301, § 2. 




" 835, §§ 302-304 G. L. 54, §§ 105-107. 




" 835, § 305 


. S. 1920, 493, § 2. 




" 835, §§ 306-308 G. L. 54, §§ 109-111. 




" 835, § 309 


. S. 1917, 109, § 1. 




" 835, §§310 


311 G. L. 54, §§ 113, 114. 




" 835, §312 


. S. 1917, 109, § 2. 




" 835, §§31.3- 


-317 G. L. 54, §§ 116-120. 




" 835, §§ 318, 319 S. 1914, 393, §§ 1, 2. 




" 835, §§ 320-328 G. L. 54, §§ 123-131. 




" 835, § 329 


. S. 1917, 109, § 3. 




■' 835, §§330, 


331 G. L. 54, §§ 133, 134. 




" 835, § 332 


. Part G. L. 54, § 135; 
Special. 


part 


" 835, §§333- 


-337 G. L. 54, §§ 136-140. 




"• 835, § 338 


. PartG. L. 54, §141; part S. 




1919, 269, § 1. 




" 835, § 339 


. G. L. 54, § 142. 




" 835, § 340 


. PartG. L. 35, § 2; 36 


§8; 




54, § 143; part S. 


1919, 




269, § 1. 




" 835, § 341 


. PartG. L. 54, §144; part S. 




1919, 269, § 1. 




" 835, § 342 


. Part G. L. 54, §§ 142 
part S. 1919, 269, § 1 


-144; 


" 835, § 343 


. G. L. 54, § 146. 




" 835, § 344 


. Part G. L. 54, § 147; part S. 




1919, 269, § 1. 




" 835, § 345 


. G. L. 54, §§ 138, 148. 




" 835, § 346 


. G. L. 54, § 149. 




" 835, § 347 


. G. L. 55, § 28. 




" 835, § 348 


. S. 1914, 783, § 2. 




" 835. § 349 


. S. 1914, 783, §§ 2, 3. 




" 835, §§ 350-352 G. L. 55, §§ 8-10. 




" 835, § 353 


. G. L. 55, § 7. 




" 835, § 354 


. S. 1920, 256. 




" 835, § 355 


. G. L. 55, § 32. 




" 835, § 356 


. G. L. 55, § 7. 




" 835, § 357 


. G. L. 55, § 35. 




" 835, § 358 


. S. 1914, 783, § 4. 




" 835, § 359 


. G. L. 55, § IS. 




" 835, § 360 


. G. L. 55, § 17. 





DISPOSITION OF STATUTES SINCE THE REVISED LAWS. 



913,835, §.361 


S. 1914, 783. § 5. 




1913, 835. § 437 


■• 835, § 362 


Amended 1914, 783, § 6; S. 


" 835, §§4.38-447 




1917, S3. 




" 835, §§448, 449 


" 835, § 363 


Amended 1914, 783, 
G. L. 55, § 19. 


§ 7; 


" 835, § 450 


" 835, § 364 


S. 1914, 783, § 8. 




" 835, §451 


" 835, §§ 365-367 G. L. 55, §§ 23-25. 




•' 835, § 452 


" 835, § 368 


S. 1914, 783, § 9. 




" 835, §§453,454 


" 835, § 369 


S. 1914, 783, § 2. 






" 835, § 370 


G. L. 55, § 21. 




" 835, §455 


" 835, § 371 


S. 1914,783, § 11. 




•' 835, § 456 


" 835, §§ 372-378 G. L. 55, §§ 39-45. 




■' 835. § 457 


" 835, § 379 


Part G. L. 54, § 150; part S. 


•' 835, §§458-461 




1919, 269, § 1. 




" 835, §§462-464 


" 835, § 380 


PartG. L. 54, § 151; part S. 


" 835, § 465 




1919, 269, § 1. 




•• 835, § 466 


" 835, §§ 381-388 S. 1919, 269, §§ 16-23 




" 835, § 467 


" 835, § 389 


S. 1918, 114, § 1. 




" 835, § 468 


" 835, § 390 


S. 1919, 269, § 25. 




" 835, § 469 


" 835, §391 


S 1917, 255, § 1. 




" 8.35, § 470 


" 835, §392 


G. L. 12, § 12; 35, § 


1; 36, 


" 835, §471 




§2. 




■' 835, §472 


•' 835, § 393 


G. L. 39, § 9. 




" 835, §§473, 474 


" 835, §394 


S. 1917, 221, § 1. 




" 835, § 475 


•' 835, § 395 


S. 1918, 291, § 24. 




" 835, § 476 


" 835, § 396 


S. 1917,221, §2. 




" 835, §477 


•' 835, § 397 


G. L. 39, § 14. 




■' 835, § 478 


" 835, § 398 


PartG. L. 39, § 15; part 0. 


•' 835, §479 


" 835, § 399 


G. L. 39, § 17. 




" 835, § 480 


" 835, §400 


S. 1918,291, §§13, 14 


1920, 


" 835, §481 




591, § 33; part R. 


1918, 






291, § 26. 




" 835, § 482 


" 835, § 401 


S. 1918,257, § 151;R 


1920, 






591, § 35. 




" 835,1483 


" 835, §402 


S. 1920, 591, § 33; R. 


1920, 


'■ 835, §484 




591, §35. 




" 835, §485 


" 835, § 403 


S. 1918, 257, § 152; R. 


1920, 


" 835, §486 




591, § 35. 




" .835, §487 


" 835, §404 


S. 1920, 591, § 33; R. 


1920, 


■■ 835, §488 




591, § 35. 




'■ 835, §489 


" 835, § 405 


Part S. 1920, 591, § 33; R. 


" 835, §490 




1920, 591, § 35. 




■• 835, §491 


" 835, §§406, 4C 


)7S. 1920, 591, § 33; R. 


1920, 


" 835, §492 




591, § 35. 




■■ 835, §493 


" 835, § 408 


S. 1920, 591, § 34. 




" 835, §494 


" 835, § 409 


G. L. 41, § 63. 




" 835, §495 


" 835, § 410 


S. 1918, 257, § 154. 




'■ 835, § 496 


■' 835, § 411 


Part S. 1920, 591, § 31; R. 


•■ 835, §§497,498 




1920, 591, § 35. 




" 835, §499 


" 835, § 412 


G. L. 41, §5. 




■• 835, § 500 


•' 835, §413 


G. L. 41, § 9. 




" 835, §501 . 


" 835, §414 


S. 1920, 591, § 15. 




" 835, § 502 


" 835, §415 


S. 1918, 291, § 27. 




" 835, § 504 . 


" 835, §416 


R. 1918,291, §28. 




" 840 .. . 


" 835, §417 


G. L. 41, § 8. 




1914, 18 . . . 


" 835, §§418, 4 


19 G. L. 39, §§ 18, 19. 




33 . . . 


" 835, § 420 


O. 






" 835, §421 


S. 1918, 291, § 29. 




34 . . . 


" 835, § 422 


Part G. L. 39, § 21 ; part O. 


35, § 1 . . 


" 835, § 423 


Part G. L. 41, § 10; part S. 


35, §2 . . 




191S, 291, § 30. 




35, §§3,4 . 


" 835, § 424 


S. 1918, 257, § 155. 




45 . . . 


" 835, § 425 


R. 1920, 591, § 35. 






" 835, § 426 


G. L. 41, § 27. 




54, § 1 . . 


" 835, § 427 


G. L. 41, § 40. 




54, § 2 . . 


" 835, § 428 


G. L. 41, § 49. 




55, § 1 . . 


" 835, § 429 


S. 1918, 291, §31. 






" 835, § 4.30 


G. L. 41, § 109. 




55, § 2 . . 


" 835, § 431 


G. L. 41, § 10. 




56 . . . 


" 835, §§432,4 


33 G. L. 41, §§6,7. 






" 835, § 434 


G. L. 56, § 1. 




67 . . . 


" 835, § 435 


G. L. 56, § 3. 




76 . . . 


" 835, § 436 


S. 1915, 91, § 8. 




S3 . . . 



G. L. 56, § 4. 
G. L. 56, §§ 15-24. 
I S. 1918, 257, § 20. 
Part G. L. 56, § 28; part 

Special. 
.S. 1918, 257, § 21. 
G. L. 56, § 32. 
: S. 1918, 257, § 21; R. 1918, 

257, § 22. 
S. 1918, 257, § 23. 
S. 1918, 257, § 21. 
G. L. 56, § 5. 
.S. 1915, 91, §§9-12. 
: G. L. 56, §§ 9-11. 
G. L. 56, §§ 12, 29. 
S. 1918, 257, § 26. 
G. L. 56, § 46. 
G. L. 56, § 13. 
Special. 

G. L. 55, §.34; 56, §65. 
G. L. 56, § 45. 
G. L. 56, § 39. 
[G. L. 56, §§47,48. 
S. 1918, 257, § 27. 
G. L. 56, § 44. 
G. L. 56, § 43. 
R. 1918, 257, § 156. 
G. L. 56, § 30. 
G. L. 56, § 49. 
S. 1918, 257, § 26; R. 1918, 

257, § 28. 
S. 1918, 257, § 26; R. 1918, 

257, § 28. 
S. 1918, 257, § 29. 
R. 1918, 257, § 30. 
G. L. 56, § 50. 
S. 1918, 257, § 31. 
G. L. 56, § 51. 
G. L. 149, §§ 178, 180. 
G. L. 55, §27; 56, §63. 
G. L. 55, § 26; 56, § 63. 
G. L. 56, § 40. 
G. L. 56, § 42. 
G. L. 56, § 41. 
G. L. 56, § 53. 
G. L. 56, § 59. 
G. L. 56, § 58. 
;S. 1914, 783, §§ 12, 13. 
G. L. 56, §§ 58, 62. 
G. L. 56, § 57. 
G. L. 56, § 66. 
G. L. 56, §§ 67-69. 
O. 

G. L. 214, § 9. 
G. L. 159, § 78. 
S. 1918, 257, § 187, subs. 14,. 

22. 
G. L. 126, § 16. 
G. L. 231, § 110. 
S. 1914, 409. 
G. L. 231, §§ 108, 109. 
S. 1914,370, §§1,2; 11.1914, 

370, § 3. 
G. L. 235, § 17. 
G. L. 235, § 23. 
Part G. L. 44, § 24; part 

O. 
G. L. 44, § 24. 
S. 1919, 293, §§ 1, 3; R. 

1919, 293, § 5. 
G. L. 94, §§64, 65. 
G. L. 265, § 32. 
G. L. 59, § 5, cl. 25. 



DISPOSITION OF STATUTES SINCE THE REVISED LAWS. 



1914, 88, § 1 . 


. S. 1916, 73; R. 1918, 123, 


1914.246 . . 




§2. 


'• 247 . . 


" 90 . . 


. S. 1920, 591, § 17. 


" 262 . . 


91, §1 . 


. S. 1916, 233, § 1. 


" 263 . . 


91, §2 . 


. S. 1916, 233, § 2; R. 1918, 
189. § 2. 


" 267 . . 


" 101 . . 


. R. 1920. 308, 1 6. 


■' 272 . . 


" 101, §§1,2 


. S. 1920, 308, § 2. 


" 276 . . 


■■ 101, §3 . 


. S. 1920, 308, § 5. 


" 283, § 1 . 


■■ 108 . . 


. S. 1917, 306, § 1; R. 1917. 


" 283, § 2 . 




306, § 2. 


■■ 284 . . 


'■ 116 . . 


. G. L. 112. § 56. 


" 287 . . 


" 118 . . 


. G. L. 78, § 8. 


" 288 . . 


" 120 . . 


. S. 1917, 170, § 4. 




'■ 121 . . 


. G. L. 207, § 20. 


•■ 291, §1 . 


" 122 . . 


. S. 1920, 218. 




" 126 . . 


. G. L. 263, § 3. 




" 127 . . 


. R. 1914, 649, § 10. 


" 291, §2 . 


" 127, §§1,2 


. S. 1914, 649, §§ 1, 2. 




" 127, §3 . 


. S. 1914, 649, § 6. 


" 298 . . 


" 134 . . 


. R. 1919, 7. 


•■ 298, § 1 . 


" 138 . . 


. G. L. 48, § 36. 


" 298, §2 . 


" 143, § 1 . 


. G. L. 44, § 1. 


" 298, §3 . 


" 143, § 2 . 


. S. 1918, 26, § 1. 


" 304 . . 


" 143. §3 . 


. G. L. 44, §§8, 10. 




" 143, §§4, 5 


. G. L. 44, §§ 16, 17. 


■• 310 . . 


" 146 . . 


. G. L. 239, § 1. 


•■ 311 . . 


" 155 . . 


. G. L. 148, § 24. 


•■ 315 . . 


" 158 . . 


. S. 1918, 257, § 2; R. 1919. 


■' 316 . . 




25, § 8. 


•' 317 . . 


" 159 . . 


. S. & R. 1918, 257, § 2. 


■■ 318 . . 


" 161 . . 


. R. 1917, 327, § 268. 


•• 320 . . 


" 161, §1 . 


. S. 1917, 327, §§ 78 (b). 
195 id). 


■■ 323 . . 


" 164 . . 


. G. L. 149, § 138. 


■' 325, § 1 . 


" 174 . . 


. G. L. 74, § 18. 


•■ 325, §2 . 


■■ 177 . . 


. G. L. Ill, §§ 109, 110. 


■' 326 . . 


'• 179 . . 


. G. L. 127, § 158. 


" 326. §§1.2 


" 180 . . 


. S. 1915, 177. 


" 328, § 1 . 


■• 182 . . 


. S. 1916, 30; R. 1917, 344, 


" 328, §2 . 




VIII, § 1.' 


" 328, §3 . 


" 183 . . 


. G. L. 99, § 1. 


" 329 . . 


•' 190 . . 


. S. 1917, 200. 


■■ 334 . . 


" 191 . . 


. Ci. L. 276, § 98. 


" 336 . . 


" 196 . . 


. S. 1917, 327, § 49; R. 1017, 


" 338 . . 




327, § 268. 


" 340 . . 


■• 198, § 1 . 


. G. L. 59, § 21. 


" 342. § 1 . 


" 198, § 2 . 


. G. L. 58, §§ 2, 26; 59, §§ 9, 






10, 19, 84; 60, §§ 3, 51; 


" 343, § 1 . 




63, §§1,4. 




" 198, §3 . 


. G. L. 40, § 17. 


■• 343, §§2-6 


" 198, §4 . 


. G. L. 140, §§ 137, 138, 150. 


■' 345, § 1 . 


" 198, §5 . 


. Part G. L. 59, §§ 74, 83; 


" 345, § 2 . 




part S. 1914, 689; 1918, 


•■ 346 . . 




257, § 36. 


" 347, § 1 . 


" 198, § 6 . 


. Parte. L. 58, §26; 63, §§55, 


" 347, §§2, 3 




79; parts. 1915,34; 1918, 


•' 347, §4 . 




184, §§ 5, 6; 222; 1919, 


" 347, § 5 . 




332, § 1; 349, §§ 14, 21; 


" 349 . . 




part R. 1918, 257, § 77. 


" 350, § 1 . 


•• 198, §7 . 


. G. L. 156, § 50. 




•■ 200 . . 


. G. L. 160, § 99. 


" 352, § 1 . 


•■ 204, § 1 . 


. S. 1915, 16, § 1. 


" 352, § 2 . 


" 204, § 2 . 


. G. L. 90, § 3. 


" 356 . . 


" 204. § 3 . 


. S. 1915, 16, § 4. 




" 206 . . 


. G. L. 94, § 127. 


" 358, § 1 . 


" 207 . . 


. Temporary. 




•• 209 . . 


. S. 1917, 226; R. 1918, 257, 


" 358, § 2 . 




§378. 


" 358, § 3 . 


" 216 . . 


. Part G. L. 35, § 45; part O. 


" 359 . . 


•■ 217 . . 


. G. L. 41, § 111. 


" 362, § 2 . 


" 239 . . 


. S. 1920, 202. 


" 367 . . 


" 241 . . 


. S. 1915, 27. 


" 368, § 1 . 



G. L. 17, § 15; 26, § 11. 

S. 1915, 75. 

G. L. 40, § 11. 

G. L. 149, § 179. 

S. 1918, 241, § 1; R. 1918. 

241, § 2. 
G. L. 119. § 41. 
R. 1918, 257, § 377. 
G. L. 41, § 70. 
G. L. 121, § 26. 
G. L. 165, § 11. 
G. L. 142, § 16. 
S. 1916, 149, §§ 1, 2; R. 

1916, 149, § 3. 
Part G. L. 128, § 5; part S. 

1918, 189, § 1; part R. 

1918, 189, § 2. 
R. 1918, 189, § 2 (but see 

1918, 202). 
R. 1917, 85, § 6. 
S. 1917,85, §§ 1,4. 
S. 1917, 85, § 3. 
S. 1917, 85, § 5. 
S. 1917,344,1, §12;R. 1917, 

344, VIII, § 1. 
G. L. 279, § 35. 
S. 1914, 587, § 17. 
G. L. 13, § 25. 
G. L. 149, §§ 87, 89. 
G. L. 44, § 7. 
G. L. 236, § 46. 
G. L. 176, § 32. 
Part G. L. 116, § 5; part S. 

1916, 316. 

G. L. 94, §§ 89, 144. 

S. 1917, 11. 

R. 1918, 272, § 5. 

S. 1918, 272, §§ 1, 2. 

S. 1914, 726. 

G. L. 149, §§ 113, 127. 

O. 

S. 1919, 364, § 2. 

S. 1919, 287, § 1. 

S. 1918, 202. 

Special. 

G. L. 92, § 101. 

S. 1917, 327, § 76 (a); R. 

1917, 327, § 268. 

Part G. L. 92, § 1; part 

Special. 
Special. 

S. 1920, 579, § 2. 
G. L. 53, § 60. 
Part G. L. 98, § 55; part O. 
G. L. 149, § 22. 
G. L. 149, § 23. 
S. 1915, 108. 
S. 1916, 89. 
S. 1914, 587, § 3. 
S. 1917, 105, § 1; R. 1917, 

327, § 268. 
G. L. 32, § 78. 
Part G. L. 32, § 79; part O. 
Part G. L. 193, § 1 ; part S. 

1914, 702. 
Part G. L. 19, § 5; part O; 

part Temporary. 
PartG. L. 19, §6; part O. 
O. 

G. L. 217, § 33. 
R. 1917, 327, § 268. 
G. L. 94, § 83. 
S. 1919, 72. 



I 
I 



DISPOSITION OF STATUTES SINCE THE REVISED LAWS. 



914, 36S, § 


2 . 


" 36S, § 4 . 


" 368, § 5 . 


" 370, § 1 . 


" 370, § 2 . 


■' 371 . . 


" 373, § 1 . 


" 373, §2 . 


" 374, § 1 . 


" 375 . . 


" 376 . . 


" 379 . . 


" 380 . . 


" 381 . . 


'■ 381, §§1-5 


'■ 384, § 1 . 


" 385 . . 


" 386 




" 387 




" 390 




•' 391 




" 393 




" 397 




" 399. § 1 . 


" 399, §3 . 


" 401, §§1,2 


" 401, §3 . 


" 404 . . 


" 405 . . 


" 406 . . 


" 407, § 1 . 


" 408 . . 


" 409 . . 


" 411 . . 


" 419, §1 . 


" 420, § 1 . 


'■ 420, §§2, 3 


" 421 . . 


" 422 . . 


" 423 . . 


" 424 . . 


" 426 . . 


" 428, § 1 , 


" 428, § 2 . 


" 429 . . 


" 432 . . 


" 435 . . 


" 436 . . 


" 437 . . 


" 437, § 1 . 


" 437, § 2 . 


" 437, § 3 . 


" 437, § 4 . 


" 437, § 5 . 


" 442, §§ 1-3 


" 443, § 1 . 


" 443, §2 . 


" 445 . . 


" 446 . . 


" 447 . . 


" 448, § 1 . 


" 448, §2 . 


" 449, § 1 . 


" 450 





G. L. 151, § 4. 

S. 1919, 76. 

G. L. 151, § 10. 

G. L. 29, § 23. 

Part G. L. 29, § 23; part S. 

1917, 327, §§ 175, 253. 
R. 1918, 257, § 434. 
G. L. 78, §§ 14, 19. 
S. 1918, 127. 
S. 1918, 189, § 1. 
S. 1914, 587, § 6. 
S. 1915, 126, § 1; 1917,327, 

§§ 121 (c), 224 (a); R. 

1917, 327, § 268. 
S. 1918, 257, § 250. 
S. 1917, 327, § 68; R. 1916, 

284, §16; 1917,327, §268. 
R. 1919, 122, § 6. 
S. 1919. 122, §§ 1-5. 
Part G. L. 13, § 24; part 

O. 
G. L. 208, § 15. 
G. L. 35, § 37. 
G. L. 94, § 180. . 
S. 1920, 584. § 2. 
G. L. 74, § 18. 
G. L. 54, §§ 121, 122. 
G. L. 165, § 10. 
G. L. 11, § 6. 
G. L. 11, §9. 
G. L. 131. §§ 43. 44. 
G. L. 131, §§43,44. 
G. L. 132, §§ 25, 26. 
S. 1918. 287, § 1; R. 191S, 

287. § 7. 
S. 1919, 268. 
S. 1914, 587, § 1. 
G. L. Ill, §57. 
G. L. 231, § 103. 
S. 1915, 304. 
S. 1918, 257, § 110. 
G. L. 90, § 6. 
S. 1915, 16, § 1; R. 1917, 

187, § 2. 
S. 1916, 65. 
G. L. 172, § 73. 
G. L. 159, § 94. 
S. 1917, 75. 
S. 1920, 327, § 1, cl. 4. 
G. L. 207, § 28. 
G. L. 207, § 57. 
G. L. 224, § 10. 
G. L. 221, §41. 
G. L. 54, §§ 77, 78. 
G. L. 236, § 53. 
R. 1915, 268, § 26. 
S. 1915, 268. §§ 11, 18, 19. 
S. 1915,268, §§ 11, 18. 
Part S. 1915, 268, § IS. 
S. 1915. 268. § 18. 
Part S. 1915. 268. § 18. 
O. 

S. 1916, 102, § 1. 
S. 1915, 90; 1916, 102, § 2. 
G. L. 6, § 1. 
G. L. 217, § 33. 
PartG. L. 9, § 17; part O. 
S. 1919, 114, § 1. 
R. 1919, 114, §3. 
S. 1918. 151. 
Part S. 1918. 257. § 219, 

subs. 12; part R. 1918, 

257, §214; part O. 



1914,451 


. . S. 1915. 259, § 1; R. 1915. 




259, § 13. 


" 452, §§1, 


2 . S. 1918, 257, §§252,253. 


" 452, §3 


. . G. L. 98, § 36. 


" 453 . 


. . G. L. 131, § 62. 


" 454 . 


. G. L. 50, § 1. 


" 455 . 


. S. 1916, 258. 


■' 458 . 


. G. L. 125, § 9. 


" 460 


. S. 1917, 327, § 22; R. 1917. 




327. § 268. 


■' 462 


. G. L. 65, § 28. 


" 464, § 1 


. G. L. 175, § 112. 


" 464, § 2 


. G. L. 175, §113; 214. §3. 


" 465, § 1 


. G. L. 276, § 35. 


" 467, § 1 


. G. L. 146. § 42. 


" 467, § 2 


. PartG. L. 146, §43; part 0. 


" 467, §§3, 


4 . G. L. 146, §§ 44, 45. 


•' 467, § 5 


. G. L. 146, §§ 5, 55. 


" 470 . 


. S. 1918, 44. 


" 471 . 


. G. L. 182, §§ 1, 2. 


■■ 473 . 


. S. 1918, 257, § 309. 


■• 474, § 1 


. S. 1917, 260. 


" 474, §2 


. G. L. 149, §§ 2, 27. 


•' 477 


. G. L. 209, § 31. 


" 479 . 


. G. L. 31, § 40. 


•• 481 . 


. S. 1916, 86; R. 1917, 327, 




§268. 


" 483 . 


. S. 1920, 477. 


" 484 . 


. G. L. Ill, § 11. 


" 486 . 


. S. 1918, 257, § 91. 


" 490 . 


. Part G. L. 21, § 9; part S. 




1919, 350, §§40, 44. 


• 491 . 


. G. L. 276. § 95. 


■• 492 . 


. G. L. 114. §31. 


" 493 . 


. G. L. 123, § 16. 


" 494, § 1 


. G. L. 32. §7(1). 


" 494, § 2 


. 0. 


" 504, §§ 1, 


1 . Part G. L. 172, §§ 43, 44; 




part O. 


" 504, §3 


. Part G. L. 172, § 46; part 




O. 


" 505, § 1 


. G. L. 175, § 11. 


" 509, § 1 


. S. 1919. 362, § 1. 


" 509, § 2 


. S. 1918. 211. § 1. 


" 510, § 1 


. S. 1918. 168. § 1. 


" 510, §2 


. o. 


" 511 


. G. L. 212, § 28. 


■• 514, §1 


. S. 1917,344. I, §21; R. 1917, 




344, VIII, § 1. 


•■ 515, §1 


. S. 1916, 107. 


■■ 515, §§2. C 


. G. L. 92, § 68. 


" 518, § 1 


. G. L. 59, § 5, cl. 3. 


•' 520 . 


. S. 1918, 257, § 454. 


" 521 . 


. G. L. 276, § 9. 


■■ 522 . 


. G. L. 15, § 11. 


•• 523, § 1 


. G. L. 59, § 5, cl. 13. 


•• 525 . 


. G. L. 94, § 172. 


•• 526 . 


. R. 1916. 241. § 9. 


■■ 527, § 1 


. G. L. 159. § 71. 


" 531 


. G. L. 92. § 39. 


•• 532, § 1 


. PartG. L. 218. § 1; part O. 


" 532, §2 


. S. 1918. 211, § 1; 1919, 362, 




§§1.2. 


" 533 . 


. PartG. L. 149, § 14; part S. 




1918, 189, § 1. 


" 537, § 1 


. G. L. 172, §§ 48, 81. 


'• 537, §2 


. G. L. 172, § 47. 


" 537, §3 


. G. L. 172. §§ 31. 37. 


" 538, §§1,5 


. G. L. 71. § 71. 


" 540, § 1 


. G. L. 31. § 41. 


" 542, § 1 


. G. L. 12. § 25. 


" 544. § 1 


. S. 1917, 247, § 3. 


" 545 . 


. S. 1915, 55. 



CCXXV'l 




DISPOSITION OF STATUTES 


SINCE THE REVI 


SED LAWS. 


1914, 546 . 


. Part G. L. 14, § 5; part S. 


1914, 605 . . 


R. 1919, 320, § 2. 




1919, 350, §§ 53, 55. 


" 605, §§1,2 


S. 1918,228, §§ 1,3. 


" 547 . 


. S. 1919, 362, § 1. 


" 605, §§3,4 


S. 1919, 320, § 1. 


■• 553, § 




. G. L. 231, § 85. 


" 605, § 5 . 


S. 1918, 228, § 1. 


■' 554, § 




. S. 1919, 213, § 1. 


" 605, § 6 . 


S. 1919, 320, § 1. 


" 556 




. S. 1918, 257, § 175. 


" 606, § 1 . 


G. L. 121, § 1. 


•' 557 




. S. 1915, 216. 


•• 606, § 2 . 


G. L. 121, § 7. 


" 558 




. S. 1915, 73. 


" 606, §§3-5 


G. L. 121, §§ 20-22. 


" 559 




. G. L. 217, § 33. 


" 610 . . 


G. L. 107, § 12. 


•■ 56.3 




. G. L. 65, § 36. 


" 611 . . 


R. 1915, 91, § 13. 


" 566 




. G. L. 149, § 126. 


" 615 . . 


Part G. L. 30, § 17; part S. 


•' 567 




. G. L. 266, § 54. 




1917,327, §72; 1920,546. 


" 568, 1 ] 




. S. 1919, 94. 




§2; part R. 1918, 257, §8. 


" 570 




. S. 1917, 265. 


" 616 . . 


S. 1919, 350, § 11. 


•' 571 




. O. 


" 619 . . 


G. L. 211, §23. 


" 573, § 




. S. 1919, 220, § 1; R. 1919, 


" 620 . . 


S. 1917, 336. 




220, § 4. 


" 621 . . 


G. L. 272, § 7. 


" 573, §2 


. G. L. 12, § 22. 


" 622 . . 


Part G. L. 22, § 6; part S. 


■' 575 . 


. S. 1918, 189, § 1; R. 1918, 




1919, 3.50, § 101. 




189, § 2. 


" 623 . . 


G. L. 149, § 40. 


" 576, § 1 


. G. L. 231, § 140. 


" 624, § 1 . 


G. L. 139, § 4. 


•' 576, § 2 


. G. L. 221, § 56. 


" 624, § 2 . 


G. L. 139, § 5; 219, § 26. 


" 576, § 3 


. G. L. 221, § 58. 


" 624, §§3-9 


G. L. 139, §§ 6-12. 


" 576, § 4 


. G. L. 221, § 60. 


" 624, § 10 . 


O. 


" 576, § 5 


. G. L. 221, § 62. 


" 624, § 11 . 


G. L. 139, § 14. 


" 576, § 6 


• o. 


" 624, § 12 . 


G. L. 139, § 16. 


•• 577, § 1 


. Temporary. 


•• 624, §§ 13, 14 


G. L. 139, §§ 19, 20. 


" 577, §2 


. Part G. L. 22, § 6; part S. 


■' 624, § 15 . 


G. L. 139, § 13. 




1919, 350, §§ 101, 108. 


" 625 . . 


G. L. 60, § 17. 


" 580 . 


. G. L. 149, § 88. 


•' 626 . . 


G. L. 223, § 39. 


•' 582, § 1 


. S. 1915, 197, § 3. 


" 627 . . 


G. L. 94, §§ 146, 148. 


'■ 582, § 2 


. G. L. 32, § 5 (2) B. 


" 629 . . 


S. 1918, 52, §§ 1, 2. 


" 587, § 1 


. S. 1918, 164, § 1. 


•■ 631, §1 . 


G. L. 25, § 9. 


" 587, § 2 


. S. 1919, 290, § 2. 


" 631, §2 . 


G. L. 25, § 10; 164, § 85. 


" 587, § 3 


. S. 1917, 161; 1919, 290, §3. 


" 633, § 1 . 


G. L. 98, § 38. 


" 587, § 4 


. S. 1919,290, §§4, 16. 


" 633, § 2 . 


S. 1917, 21. 


" 587, §§ 5- 


5 . S. 1919, 290, §§ 5-15. 


" 633, § 3 . 


G. L. 98, § 48. 


" 587, § 16 


. Temporary. 


" 634, § 1 . 


G. L. 94, § 1. 


" 587, § 17 


. S. 1916, 191. 


" 634, § 2 . 


PartG. L. 94, § 142; part S. 


•' 587, § 18 


. S. 1917, 160. 




1917, 78. 


" 589. § 1 


. Part G. L. 9, § 1; part S. 


" 6.34, §§3, 4 


G. L. 94, § 143. 




1914, 615. 


" 635 . . 


G. U 279, §§ 18, 19. 


" 590 . 


. S. 1918, 257, § 179. 


" 637 . . 


G. L. 38, § 3. 


" 594 . 


. G. L. 266, § 22. 


■• 642 . . 


G.L. 175, §47,cl.3, §§90,91. 


" 596 


. R. 1917, 212, § 3. 


" 643, § 1 . 


G. L. 170, § 7. 


" 597, §§ 1, 


2 . G. L. 1.30, § 120. 


" 643, § 2 . 


S. 1915, 77. 


" 597, §§3- 


12 . G. L. 130, §§ 121-130. 


" 643, § 3 . 


G. L. 170, § 13. 


" 598, § 1 


. G. L. 61, § 1. 


" 643, § 4 . 


S. 1920, 110. 


" 598, § 2 


. Part G. L. 61, § 2; part S. 


" 643, §§ 5-7 


G. L. 170, §§ 18-20. 




1918, 257, § 59. 


" 643, §§8,9 


G. L. 170, §§ 39, 40. 


" 598, § 3 


. G. L. 61, §4. 


'• 647 . . 


G. L. HI, § 92. 


" 598, §4 


. PartG. L. 61, § 5; part 0. 


•• 648, § 1 . 


PartG. L. 14, §4; 58, § 13 


" 598, § 5 


. PartG. L. 59, §5, cl. 26; 61, 




part S. 1919, 349, § 1. 




§6; partO. 


■■ 648, § 2 . 


Part G. L. 58, § 13; part O 


" 598, § 6 


. G. L. 61, § 7. 


" 649, §§ 1-6 


G. L. 146, §§ 34-39. 


" 598, § 7 


. Part G. L. 61, § 8; part O. 


'■ 649, § 7 . 


G. L. 146, § 34. 


" 598, § 8 


. Part G. L. 61, §§ 9, 25, 26; 


" 649, §§8, 9 


G. L. 146, §§40, 41. 




part 0. 


" 653, § 1 . 


G. L. 94, § 181. 


" 598, § 9 


. Part G. L. 61, § 10; part O. 


" 653, § 2 . 


Part G. L. 94, § 182; part S 


" 598, §§ 10 


-19 G. L. 61, §§ 11-20. 




1920, 418, § 17. 


" 598, § 20 


. G. L. 61, §§21, 22. 


" 653, § 3 . 


S. 1917, 208, § 6. 


" 598, §§21 


22 G. L. 61, §§ 23, 24. 


•■ 653, § 4 . 


G. L. 94, § 181. 


" 598, § 23 


. G. L. 61, § 27. 


" 653, § 5 . 


G. L. 94, § 184. 


" 598, § 24 


. G. L. 156, §§ 6, 7. 


" 653, § 6 . 


Part G. L. 94, § 183; part S 


" 598, § 25 


. O. 




1920, 418, § 22. 


■' 598, § 26 


. S. 1918, 257, § 61. 


" 653, § 7 . 


PartG. L. 94, §181; part S 


•• 598, § 27 


. O. 




1920, 418, § 17. 


" 000, § 1 


. G. L. 31, § 19. 


" 653, §8 . 


PartG. L. 94, § 184; part S 


" 600, § 2 


. G. L. 31, § 12. 




1920, 418, § 17. 


" 600, §§3, 


4 . G. L. 31, §§36, 37. 


" 653, § 10 . 


O. 


■■ 600, § 5 


. S. 1918, 257, § 94. 


" 654 . . 


Part G. L. 272, § 54; part O 


" 604 . 


. PartG. L. 218, § 10; part S. 


" 656 . . 


S. 1918, 189, § 1. 






1917, 291. 


" 658, § 1 . 


G. L. 93, § 19. 





DISPOSITION OF ST.^ 


.TUTES 


SINXE THE K 


EVISED LAWS. CCXXVU 


1914, 658, § 2 


. . S. 1918, 257, § 223. 




1914, 708, § 15 


. . Part G. L. 24. §§ 6, 7; 152. 


" 658, § 3 


. . G. L. 93, § 21. 






§63; parts. 1919,299, § 1. 


" 658, § 4 


. . Part G. L. 93, § 22; 


part 0. 


" 708, §§16 


,17 0. 


" 658, § 5 


. . G. L. 93, § 23. 




" 710, § 1 


. . Parts. 1917, 244; 1919, 183; 


" 661, § 1 


. . G. L. 155, § 48; 176, § 48; 




235; partO. 




181, § 20. 




" 710, § 2 


. . 0. 


" . 661, § 2 


. . G. L. 155, §49; 181 


§20. 


" 712, § 1 


. . S. 1916, 288, §§ 1, 2. 


" 662 . 


. . S. 1914,762, §4; 1918, 290, 


" 712, §2 


. . O. 




§ 4; R. 1914, 762, § 9; 


•' 712, §3 


. Temporary. 




1918, 290, § 5. 




" 712, §4 


. O. 


" 663 . 


. . G. L. 217, § 33. 




" 714, §§1- 


3 . G. L. 71, §§ 41-43. 


" 666 . 


. . S. 1918, 287, § 1. 




" 714, §§4, 


5 . G. L. 71, § 42. 


" 667 . 


. . S. 1919, 203, § 1. 




" 714. §7 


. . S. 1918, 257, § 182. 


" 669 . 


. . Part G. L. 127, § 71 


part S. 


" 714, § 8 


. . G. L. 71. §§41-43. 




1917, 277, § 1. 




" 715 


. . S. 1915. 71; R. 1917. 327. 


" 670 . 


. . S. 1915, 249. 






§268. 


•' 671 


. . G. L. 161, § 29. 




" 717, § 1 


. . G. L. 91, § 10. 


" 673 


. . G. L. 221, § 92. 




" 717, §2 


. . G. L. 91, § 20. 


" 676, § 1 


. S. 1919, 269, § 5. 




" 717, §3 


. . S. 1917. 240. § 1. 


" • 676, § 2 


. S. 1920, 146, § 1. 




•• 717, §4 


. . S. 1917, 240, § 3. 


" 676, § 3 


. G. L. 54, § 3. 




" 718 


. . R. 1917, 327, § 268. 


" 676, § 4 


. Part G. L. 54, § 4; 


part S. 


" 718, § 1 


. . S. 1916, 284, § 3. 




1919, 269, § 1. 




•• 719, § 1 


. Part G. L. 74, §§ 11, 35; 


" 677 . 


. S. 1920, 100, §§1,3; 


R. 1920, 




part O. 




100, § 4. 




" 719, §2 


. G. L. 74, §§ 28-30. 


" 679 


. G. L. 159, § 15. 




" 720, § 1 


. S. 1919, 350, §§ 39, 40, 42. 


" 681, § 1 


. G. L. 150, § 3. 




" 720, § 2 


. S. 1916, 136. 


" 681, § 2 


. G. L. 150, § 9. 




" 720, § 3 


. G. L. 132, §§ 4, 31. 


" 684 . 


. S. 1919, 215, § 1. 




" 720, § 4 


. G. L. 132, § 7. 


" 686 


. S. 1919, 362, § 1. 




" 720, § 5 


. G. L. 58, § 13. 


" 688, §§ 1, 


2 . G. L. 149, §§ 41, 42. 




■■ 720, § 6 


. G. L. 132, § 32. 


" 688, § 3 


. Temporary. 




•■ 722. § 1 


. G. L. 159. § 70. 


" 689 . 


. G. L. 58, § 10. 




" 722, § 2 


. G. L. 159, § 81. 


" 690, § 1 


. Part G. L. 218, § 73 


part S. 


•• 722. § 3 


. Temporary. 




1919, 219. 




" 723 . 


. G. L. 160, § 184. 


" 690, § 2 


. G. L. 218, § 73. 




" 724 . 


. R. 1918, 76. 


" 694 . 


. R. 1915, 187, § 12. 




" 726 . 


. G. L. 149, § 133. 


" 694, §§ 1-^ 


i . S. 1915, 187, §§ 1-4. 




" 728 . 


. G. L. 12, § 10. 


" 694, § 5 


. S. 1915, 187, § 6. 




" 736 . 


. G. L. 218, § 63. 


" 694, § 6 


. S. 1915, 187, § 11. 




" 739 . 


. S. 1915, 254, § 2. 


" 695 . 


. Part G. L. 90, § 33; 


part S. 


'• 740 


. G. L. 44, § 15. 




1915, 10, § 2; 16, § 8; 


•■ 742, § 1 


. PartG. L. 164, § 1; part 0. 




1916, 140; 1919, 294, §2; 


" 742, § 2 


. G. L. 164, § 3. 




1920, 262, § 2; 419. 


■• 742, § 3 


. G. L. 164, § 5. 


" 696 . 


. S. 1919, 155. 




" 742. §4 


. R. 1919, 333, § 18. 


" 698, § 1 


. S. 1916, 296, § 2; R. 1916. | 


" 742, § 5 


. G. L. 164, § 6. 




296, § 9. 




" 742, § 6 


. S. 1919, 333, § 17; R. 1919, 


" 699, §§ 1, ; 


i . G. L. 197, §§ 1,2. 






333, § 18. 


" 699, § 3 


. G. L. 197, § 9. 




" 742, § 7 


. S. 1918,257, §372; R. 1919, 


" 699, §§4, 


J . G. L. 197, §§ 11, 12. 






.333, § 18. 


" 699, § 6 


. S. 1918, 257, § 392. 




" 742, § 8 


. G. L. 158, § 7. 


" 699, § 7 


. S. 1915, 33, § 1. 




" 742, § 9 


. S. 1919, 333, § 17; R. 1919, 


" 699, § 8 


. G. L. 197, § 21. 






333, § 18. 


" 700, § 1 


. S. 1918, 257, § 417. 




" 742, § 10 


. G. L. 158. § 9. 


" 700, § 2 


. G. L. 218, §§ 61, 62. 




•• 742, § 11 


. O. 


" 700, § 3 


. S. 1920, 490. 




" 742, § 12 


. G. L. 155, § 3. 


" 702 . 


. G. L. 193, § 1. 




" 742, §§ 13- 


15 S. 1919, 333, § 17; R. 1919, 


" 707 . 


. R. 1918. 257, § 380; 273, | 




333, § 18. 




§6. 




" 742, § 16 


. S. 1918. 257. § 373. 


" 70S, § 1 


. S. 1917, 198. 




•' 742, § 17 


. G. L. 155. § 6. 


" 708, § 2 


. G. L. 152, § 31. 




" 742. § 18 


. G. L. 164. § 7. 


" 708, § 3 


. PartG. L. 152, §32; 


part S. 


" 742, § 19 


. S. 1918. 257. § 374. 




1919, 204. 




" 742, § 20 


. R. 1919. 333. § 18. 


" 708, § 4 


. S. 1917, 249. 




" 742. § 21 


. G. L. 155. § 21. 


" 708, § 5 


. S. 1919, 205. 




" 742. § 22 


. G. L. 158. §§ 21. 22. 


" 708, § 6 


. G. L. 152, § 36. 




" 742, § 23 


. G. L. 155, §§ 27, 29, 45, 


" 708, § 7 


. G. L. 152, § 39. 






46. 


" 708, § 8 


. G. L. 152, § 48. 




" 742, § 24 


. S. 1919, 333, § 17. 


" 708, § 9 


. S. 1917, 297, § 2. 




" 742, § 25 


. PartG. L. 155, § 22; part S. 


" 708, § 10 


. S. 1916, 72. 






1919, 333, § 17. 


" 708, §§ 11, 


12 S. 1917, 297, §§ 8, 9. 




■' 742. § 26 


. G. L. 155, § 23. 


" 708, § 13 


. G. L. 152, § 1. 




•■ 742. § 27 


. Part G. L. 155, § 22; part S. 


" 708, § 14 


. G. L. 152, § 50. 






1919, 333, § 17. 



DISPOSITION OF STATUTES SINCE THE REVISED LAWS. 



§2S . . 
§29 . . 
§30 . . 
§§31-34 
§35 . . 



742, 

742, 



742, 
742, 



74^ 
742, 



742, 
742, 
742, 

742, 
742, 



742, 
742, 
742, 
742, 



742, 
742, 

742, 
742, 
742, 
742, 
742, 
742, 
742, 
742, 
742, 
742, 
742, 
742, 
742, 



§36 . . 

5 37 . . 
S§3S, 39 

§§40,41 

§42 . . 

§§43,44 
§§45-47 
§48 



§51 

§52 

§§53 

§58 

§59 

§60 

§61 

§62 

§63 

§64 



§67 



§§69,70 
§71 . . 
§72 . . 
§73 . . 

§§74-76 
§§77,78 
§79 . . 
§§80-83 
§84 . . 

§§85-87 



!91 
!92 
i93 

)§ 94-99 
(100 . 

)§ 101-104 

j§ 105-113 

!§114, 115 

j§ 116-119 

il20 

\ 121 

)§ 122-124 

!§ 125, 126 

jl27 

jl28 

jl29 

5130 

S 131 

5 132 



G. L. 158, § 23. 

G. L. 155, § 16; 164, §8. 

G. L. 155, §§ 18, 19. 

G. L. 1.58, §§ 25-28. 

G. L. 15S, § 24; 164, § 10; 
(by reference) 165, § 2. 

G. L. 164, § 11; (by refer- 
ence) 165, § 2. 

S. 1918, 257. § 375. 

G. L. 164, §§ 13, 14; (by ref- 
erence) 165, § 2. 

G. L. 164, § 16; (by refer- 
ence) 165, § 2. 

G. L. 164, §§ 17, 18; (by ref- 
erence) 165, § 2. 

G. L. 164, §§ 18, 19. 

G. L. 158, §§ 29-31. 

G. L. 164, § 20. 

R. 1919, 333, § 18. 

G. L. 158, § 10; (by refer- 
ence) 165, § 2. 

G. L. 164, § 21; (by refer- 
ence) 165, § 2. 

S. 1915, 192. 

G. L. 164, §§ 23-27. 

G. L. 155, § 10; 164, § 28. 

S. 1918, 257, § 376. 

S. & R. 1919, 333, § 15. 

S. 1919, 111. 

G. L. 155, § 47. 

G. L. 158, § 16. 

G. L. 164, § 31. 

G. L. 158, § 37. 

G. L. 158, § 37; (by refer- 
ence) 156, § 49. 

G. L. 158, § 38. 

G. L. 158, § 39; (by refer- 
ence) 165, § 2. 

G. L. 158, §§ 40, 41. 

O. 

G. L. 158, § 36. 

G. L. 164, § 32. 

G. L. 158, §§ 45-47. 

G. L. 158, §§ 49, 50. 

O. 

G. L. 158, §§ 51-54. 

S. 1919, 333, § 17; R. 1919, 
333, § 18. 

G. L. 155, §§ 51-53. 

G. L. 155, § 55. 

G. L. 158, § 42. 

G. L. 158, § 48. 

S. 1915, 92. 

S. 1917, 205, § 2. 

Part G. L. 164, § 35; part 
O. 

G. L. 164, §§ 36-41. 

PartG. L. 164, § 42; part S. 
1915, 20, § 1. 

G. L. 164, §§ 43-46. 

G. L. 164, §§ 48-56. 

S. 1918, 77, §§ 1, 2. 

G. L. 164. §§ 59-62. 

S. 1918, 78, § 1. 

S. 1920, 236. 

G. L. 164, §§ 65-67. 

G. L. 164, §§ 69, 70. 

G. L. 164, § 71; 166, § 21. 

S. 1917, 141. 

G. L. 164, § 73. 

S. 1917, 344, I, § 29. 

G. L. 164, § 74. 

G. L. 164, § 75; 166, § 27. 



1914, 742 


§133 




" 742 


§134 




'■ 742 


§135 




" 742 


§136 




" 742 


§137 




" 742 


§138 




•■ 742 


§139 




" 742 


§140 




" 742 


§§141- 


143 


■■ 742 


§144 




" 742 


§145 




■■ 742 


§146 




■' 742 


§147 




'■ 742 


§148 




" 742 


§149 




" 742 


§§150-154 


" 742 


§§ 155- 


160 


" 742 


§§161- 


163 


" 742 


§§ 164- 


171 


" 742 


§172 




•■ 742 


§173 




•■ 742 


§174 




" 742 


§175 




■■ 742 


§176 




" 742 


§177 




•• 742 


§178 




■■ 742 


§ 179 




" 742 


§180 




" 742 


§181 




" 742 


§182 




" 742 


§§ 183- 


-185 


'■ 742 


§186 




" 742 


§§187, 


188 


" 742 


§189 




" 742 


§190 




" 742 


§191 




" 742 


§§192- 


-197 


" 742 


§198 




•■ 742 


§200 




•■ 743 






" 744 


§1 '. 




" 744 


§§2-5 




" 744 


§6 . 




" 745 


§1 . 




" 746 






" 750 






" 751 






" 752 


§1 . 




" 752 


§2 . 




" 757 






" 758 






" 759 






•■ 761 


S 1 





762, 
762, 



Part G. L. 25, § 3; part S. 

1919, 350, §§ 117, 118; 

part O. 
S. 1916, 220, § 1. 
G. L. 25, § 9. 
S. 1917, 205, § 3. 
G. L. 25, § 12. 
G. L. 164, § 76. 
G. L. 164, § 106. 
S. 1918, 78, § 2. 
G. L. 164, §§78-80. 
S. 1920, 583, § 1. 
G. L. 164, § 82; (by refer- 
ence) 165, § 2. 
S. 1920, 583, § 2. 
Part G. L. 164, § 84; part O. 
S. 1915, 20, § 2. 
G. L. 268, § 6. 
G. L. 182, §§ 7-11. 
G. L. 164, §§ 86-91. 
G. L. 164, §§ 92-94. 
G. L. 164, §§ 95-102. 
Part G. L. 181, § 1; part S. 

1919, 333, § 16. 
G. L. 155, §§4,5. 
S. 1916, 220, § 2. 
G. L. 164, § 103. 
Part G. L. 25, § 14; part O. 
S. 1920, 242. 
G. L. 25, § 15. 
S. 1917, 205, § 4. 
G. L. 164, § 105. 
S. 1918, 9, § 1. 
S. 1918, 9, § 3. 
G. L. 164, §§ 112-114. 
G. L. 164, §§ 115, 119. 
G. L. 164, §§ 116, 117. 
G. L. 164, §§ 118, 119. 
G. L. 164, § 120. 
PartG. L. 164, § 121; part 0. 
G. L. 164, §§ 122-127. 
G. L. 164, § 2. 
O. 

G. L. 272, § 53. 
S. 1916, 228. 
G. L. 94, § 43. 
G. L. 94, § 35. 
G. L. 160, § 221. 
O. 

Part G. L. 112, § 58; part O. 
S. 1917, 327, § 48 (c) ; R. 

1917, 327, § 268. 
S. 1915, 31; R. 1917, 327, 

§268. 
S. 1917, 327, § 48; R. 1917. 

327, § 268. 
S. 1916, 146, § 1. 
S. 1917,93, §1; R. 1917,93, 

§2. 
PartG. L. 221, §91; part S. 

1919, 357, § 2. 

o. 

Parts. 1916, 285, §§ L, 2,4; 

part R. 1916, 285, § 8; 

part O. 
Part G. L. 123, § 3; part S. 

1916, 285, § 3; part R. 

1916, 285, § 8. 
Part S. 1916, 285, § 4; 1918, 

257, § 308; part R. 1916, 

285, § 8. 
S. 1918, 290, §§1^;R. 1918, 

290, § 5. 



DISPOSITION OF STATUTES SINCE THE REVISED LAWS. 



1914, 762, §5 . 


. G. L. 123, § 8. 




1914, 795, § 4 


. . G. L. 148, § 31. 


" 762, § 6 . 


. S. 1915, 241, § 1. 




•■ 795, §5 


. . G. L. 140, § 120. 


" 762, § 7 . 


. Part S. 1916, 285, §? 


6, 7; 


" 795, §§6-14 . G. L. 148, §§ 32-40. 




part R. 1916, 285, - 


S. 


" 795, §§ 15-18 G. L. 148, §§ 42-45. 


" 762, §8 . 


. S. 1915, 241, § 2. 




'■ 795, §§ 1£ 


,20 Part G. L. 148, §§ 46, 47 


" 767, § 1 . 


. Special. 






part O. 


•■ 767, § 2 . 


G. L. 92, § 12. 




■• 795, §21 


. . G. L. 148, § 48. 


" 770, § 1 . 


S. 1915, 238, § 1. 




■■ 795, §22 


. . G. L. 148, § 41. 


" 770, § 2 . 


S. 1919, 349, § 25. 




■' 795, §23 


. . G. L. 148, § 50. 


" 770, §3 . 


PartG. L. 64, §3; part O. 


" 795, § 24 


. . G. L. 148, § 49. 


■• 770, § 4 . 


G. L. 64, § 5. 




■■ 795, §25 


. . G. L. 22, §7; 148, §29. 


" 770, § 5 . 


PartG. L. 64, §4; part O. 


■• 795, § 26 


. . G. L. 148, § 28. 


" 770, §§6, 7 


S. 1915, 238, §§3,4. 




" 795, §27 


. . G. L. 148, § 51. 


" 770, § 8 . 


G. L. 64, § 9. 




" 795, § 28 


. . G. L. 148, § 2. 


" 770, §9 . 


S. 1920, 464. 




1915, 2 . 


. . G. L. 40, § 9. 


" 770, § 10 . 


S. 1915, 238, § 5. 




6 . 


. . G. L. 31, §§29,30. 


" 770, § 11 . 


G. L. 64, § 6. 




7 . 


. . G. L. 175, § 77. 


" 770, § 12 . 


S. 1915, 238, § 6. 




8 . 


. . S. 1917, 344, 1, §24; R. 1917, 


" 770, § 13 . 


G. L. 30, § 27. 






344, VIII, § 1. 


" 770, § 14 . 


Temporary. 




9 


. . G. L. 224, § 27. 


" 778 


0. 




10, §1 


. . G. L. 90, § 8. 


" 783, § 1 . 


S. 1916, 161. 




10. §2 


. . G. L. 90, § 33. 


" 783, §§2, 3 


S. 191S, 257, § 18. 




11 


. . G. L. 90, § 10. 


'■ 783, § 4 . 


G. L. 55, § 4. 




12 . 


. . G. L. Ill, § 96. 


" 783, § 5 . 


G. L. 55. § 6. 




13 


. . G. L. 198, § 9. 


" 783, § 6 . 


S. 1917, S3. 




14 


. . G. L. 36, §32; 217, § 19. 


" 783, § 7 . . 


G. L. 55, §§ 20, 36. 




15 


. S. 1918,257, §354; R. 1918, 


" 783, § 8 . . 


G. L. 55, § 22. 






257, § 355. 


" 783, § 9 . . 


G. L. 55, § 36. 




16, §1 


. Part G. L. 90, § 1; part S. 


" 783, § 10 . . 


S. 1918, 257, § 19. 






1915, 99; 1919, 214. 


" 783, §11 . . 


G. L. 55, § 38. 




16, §2 


. S. 1920, 262, § 1. 


" 783, §§ 12, 13 


G. L. 56, §§ 54, 55. 




16, §3 


. S. 1918, 17. 


" 783, § 14 . . 


0. 




16, §4 


. G. L. 90, § 10. 


" 787, § 1 . . 


G. L. 25, §3; 165, §4. 




16, §5 


. G. L. 90, § 12. 


" 787, § 2 . . 


G. L. 25, § 9. 




16, §6 


. G. L. 90, §§ 22, 23. 


" 787, § 3 , . 


G. L. 25, § 11. 




16, §7 


. G. L. 90, § 23. 


" 787, § 4 . . 


G. L. 165, § 7. 




16, §8 


. G. L. 90, § 33. 


" 787, § 5 . . 


S. 1920, 295. 




17 


. G. L. 103, §§24,28. 


" 787, §§6-8 . 


R. 1915, 21, § 1. 




18 . 


. Part G. L. 44, § 29; part O. 


" 787, §§9, 10 . 


G. L. 165, §§ 8, 9. 




19 . 


. G. L. 90, § 20. 


" 787, §11 . . 


G. L. 165, § 1. 




20, § 1 


. G. L. 164, § 42. 


" 787, § 12 . . 


G. L. 165, § 3. 




20, § 2 


. G. L. 182, §§ 3, 4. 


" 787, § 13 . . 


O. 




21, §2 


. G. L. 165, § 6. 


" 788 .. . 


R. 1915, 187, § 12. 




22 . 


. G. L. 94, § 145. 


" 790, §§ 1-9 . 


S. 1916, 179, §§ 1-9. 




23 . 


. Gone to many places. 


" 790, § 10 . . 


S. 1915, 283. 




24 . 


. G. L. 215, § 46. 


" 790, §11 . . 


S. 1916, 179, § 10. 




25 . 


. S. 1918, 124. 


" 790, § 12 . . 


S. 1919, 269, § 8. 




26 . 


. G. L. 195, § 6; 217, § 22. 


" 790, § 13 . . 


S. 1915, 42; 1919, 269 


§9. 


27 . 


. G. L. 149, § 53. 


" 790, § 14 . . 


O. 




28, § 1 . 


. G. L. 188, § 1. 


" 791, §§ 1-7 , 


G. L. 143, §§72-78. 




28, §2 . 


. G. L. 188, § 3. 


" 791, §8 . . 


Part G. L. 143, § 79; part O. j 


31 . . 


. S. 1917, 327, § 48; R. 1917, 


" 791, §9 . . 


G. L. 143, § 75. 






327, § 268. 


" 791, § 10 . . 


G. L. 143, §§ 75. 80. 




32 . . 


. S. 1919, 115. 


" 791, §§11-13 


G. L. 143, §§ 81-83. 




33, § 1 . 


. G. L. 197, § 17. 


'■ 791, § 14 . . 


O. 




33, § 2 . 


. O. 


" 791, § 15 . . 


G. L. 143, § 84. 




34 . . 


. G. L. 63, § 55. 


" 791, § 17 . . 


G. L. 143, § 85. 




35 . . 


. S. 1917, 201, § 1; R. 1917, 


" 792, § 1 . . 


Part G. L. 17, § 1; part S. | 




201, §2. 




1919, 350, §§ 96, 97; 


part 


36 . . 


. PartG. L. 53, §40; 54, §42; 


" 792, § 2 . . 


0. 

PartG.L. 17, §§2, 6,7; 


111, 


37 . . 


part 0; part Special. 
. G. L. 2, § 5. 




§ 2; part S. 1919, 


350, 


38 . . 


. G. L. 170, § 11. 




§97. 




39 . . 


. S. 1916, 4. 


" 792, § 3 . . 


G. L. 17, §3; 111, §3. 




40 . . 


. S. 1917, 327, § 74 (6); R. 


" 792, § 4 . . 


G. L. 17, § 4. 






1917, 327, § 268. 


" 792, § 5 . . 


S. 1920, 435. 




41, §1 . 


. S. 1916, 276, § 1. 


" 792, §§6, 7 . 


Temporary. 




41, §2 . 


. G. L. 217, § 29. 


" 795, § 1 . . 


PartG.L. 148, §§1,28; 


part 


42 . . 


. G. L. 90, §§ 4, 33. 




O. 




43 . . 


. G. L. 94, § 173. 


" 795, § 2 . . 


Part G. L. 22, § 8; part S. 1 


44 . . 


. G. L. Ill, § 74. 




1919, 350, §§ 99, 101, 


104. 


45 . . 


. S. 1918, 257, § 165. 


" 795, § 3 . . 


S. 1916, 138. 


1 


46 . . 


. G. L. Ill, § 136. 



DISPOSITION OF STATUTES SINCE THE REVISED LAWS. 



1915, 47 . 
48 
" 49, §§ 1, 
51 

52 . 

53 . 
54, § 1 
54, §2 
55 

56, § 1 
56, § 2 
56, § 3 
56, §4 
56, §5 
57 
60 
61 
62 
63 



70 
71 

73 
74 

75 
76 
77 
78 
79, §1 



79, §§2,3 
79, § 4 . 

80 . 
81, §1 

81, §2 
82 

82, §1 
82, §2 

82, §3 

83, §1 
83, §2 
84 

85, §1 
85, §2 
85, §3 
85, §4 
85, §5 
85, §6 
85, §7 
86 . 
87 
88, §1 



88, § 2 . 

89 . . 

90 . . 
91, §§ 1-5 
91, §6 . 
91, §§7-11 
91, §12 . 

92 . . 

93 . . 



S. 1919, 21. 

S. 1919, 269, § 6. 

G. L. 130, § 63. 

G. L. 35, § 8. 

G. L. Ill, § 113. 

G. L. 210, § 4. 

S. 1917, 27. 

G. L. 130, § 61. 

Part G. L. 94, § 91 ; part O. 

S. 1918, 257, § 52. 

G. L. 60, § SO. 

S. 1915, 237, § 25. 

G. L. 59, § 72. 

O. 

S. 1916, 222. 

G. L. 41, § 111. 

S. 1919, 333, § 26. 

R. 1919, 16. 

G. L. 204, § 24. 

Part G. L. 193, § 3; part S. 

1919, 349, § 6. 
S. 1919, 77, § 1; R. 1919, 

77, §2. 
S. 1915, 265. § 1; R. 1915, 

265, § 2. 
G. L. 123, § 25. 
G. L. 149, § 122. 
G. L. 149, § 90. 
S. 1917, 327, § 87 (6); R. 

1917, 327, § 268. 
S. 1917, 69. 
S. 1919, 350, § 74. 
S. 1916, 229. 
G. L. 31, § 17. 
S. 1918, 83, § 1. 
S. 1919, 291. 
PartG. L. 19, §5; 123, §25; 

part O. 
Part G. L. 123, § 25; part O. 
Part G. L. 19, § 6; part 

Temporary. 
G. L. 132, § 27. 
Part G. L. 76, § 1 ; part S. 

1919, 281. 
Part G. L. 76, §§ 2, 4; part O. 
R. 1920, 317, § 3. 
S. 1920, 317, § 2. 
S. 1916, 11. 
S. 1920, 317, § 2. 
S. 1918, 25, § 1. 
G. L. 44, § 5. 
G. L. 44, § 27. 
Part G. L. 44, § 9; part O. 
G. L. 44, § 20. 
G. L. 44, § 16. 
Part G. L. 44, § 47; part O. 
S. 1916, 62, § 2. 
G. L. 44, § 11. 
O. 

G. L. 1.30, § 84. 
G. L. 90, § 9. 
Part G. L. 12, § 14; part S. 

1917, 222, § 1; part R. 

1917, 222, § 2. 

o. 

S. 1915, 254, §§ 1, 2. 
S. 1916, 102, § 2. 
S. 1917, 29, §§ 1-5. 
S. 1916, 87. 
S. 1917, 29, §§ 12-16. 
S. 1918, 257, § 25. 
S. 1915, 264. 
G. L. 167, § 15. 



1915, 94 
95 



100 
101 
104 
105 
106, §§ 1, 

106, § 3 

107, § 1 
107, § 2 
lOS . 

109 . 

110 . 
Ill 
112, §1 

112, §§2, 

113, § 1 
113, §2 



113, §§3,4 
113, §5 
114 . 
115 

116 . 
117 

118, §1 
lis, §2 

lis. §3 
119 . 

120, §§1,2 

120, §3 

121, §1 

123 . 

124 . 

125 . 

126, § 1 

126, § 2 

127 

129 

130 

131 

132 

133 

134 

135 

136 

137, § 1 

137, §§2-4 

137, § 5 

138 

139 

140 

141 

142 

143 

144 

145, § 1 

145, § 2 

145, §§3-12 

145, § 14 

146, § 1 
146, § 2 
146, § 3 
146, § 4 



G. L. 76, § 13. 

G. L. 32, § 49. 

G. L. 48, § 57. 

G. L. 105, §§ 2, 7. 

S. 1916, 260. 

S. 1919, 269, § 10. 

S. 1918, 245. 

G. L. Ill, § 13. 

S. 1918, 257, § 14. 

G. L. 78, § 20. 

O. 

G. L. 211, § 12. 

S. 1920, 386. 

S. 1916, 143. 

S. 1917, 112, § 1. 

S. 1920, 333. 

S. 1918, 257, § 433. 

G. L. 240, § 16. 

Part G. L. 240, §§ 17, 18; 

part O. 
G. L. 120, § 13. 
Part G. L. 120, § 16; part 

O. 
G. L. 120, §§ 22, 23. 
G. L. 120, § 12. 
S. 1918, 268, § 2. 
G. L. 44, § 8. 
G. L. 149, § 123. 
G. L. 149, § 106. 
G. L. 157, § 4. 
Part G. L. 157, § 9; part S. 

1918, 257, § 362. 
G. L. 157, § 6, subs. 4. 
S. 1920,580, §§1,2;R. 1920, 

580, § 4. 
G. L. 36, § 24. 
G. L. 262, §§38,39. 
G. L. 107, § 4. 
S. 1915, 275. 
G. L. 132, §§ 8, 18. 
Part G. L. 133, § 1; part 

O. 
S. 1917, 327, §§ 121 (6), 224 

(a) ; R. 1917, 327, § 268. 
S. 1917,327, §§122, 225(a); 

R. 1917, 327, § 268. 
G. L. 236, § 28. 
S. 1919, 350, §§ 87-90. 
O. 

G. L. 235, § 37. 
G. L. 152, § 17. 
G. L. 161, § 42. 
S. 1918, 257, § 381. 
O. 

G. L. 123, § 71. 
S. 1918, 138. 
G. L. 59, §§ 40-42. 
G. L. 59, § 73. 
S. 1920, 172. 
G. L. 29, § 56. 
R. 1920, 231. 

G. L. 127, §§ 137, 148, 149. 
S. 1915, 295, §§ 1, 2. 
G. L. 40, § 5, subs. 20, § 14. 
G. L. 140, § 54. 
G. L. 87, § 13. 
G. L. 87, §§ 1, 2. 
G. L. 87, §§ 3-12. 
O. 

G. L. 231, § 9. 
G. L. 231, § 7. 
G. L. 223, § 3. 
G. L. 231, § 68. 



DISPOSITION OF STATUTES SINCE THE REVISED LAWS. 



146, forms 


itend 


1915, 189, § 7 


. G. L. 74, § 30. 


of chapt 


csr . G. L. 231, forms at end uf 


•■ 189, §8 


. PartG. L. 74, § 11; part O. 




chapter. 


" 189, § 9 


. G. L. 74, §§ 32, 33. 


147 . 


. PartG. L. 92, § 2; part 0. 


" 189, § 10 


. G. L. 74, § 38. 


148, § 1 


. G. L. 94, §§ 270, 276. 


" 190 . 


. G. L. 98, § 33. 


148, § 2 


. G. L. 94, § 271. 


" 191 . 


. G. L. 164, § 47. 


148, §§3-. 


) . G.L. 94, §§273-275. 


" 192 . 


. G. L. 164, § 22. 


148, § 6 


. G. L. 94, §§ 274, 276, 277. 


" 193 . 


. S. 1918, 283, § 2. 


149 


. S. 1918, 189, § 1; R. 1918, 


" 197, § 1 


. G. L. 32, § 9 (4). 




189, § 2. 


" 197, §2 


. S. 1920, 49. 


150 . 


. G. L. 92, § 2. 


■• 197, § 3 


. G. L. 32, § 5 (2) A (a). 


151, §§1,; 


J . G. L. 197, §§ 19, 20. 


•• 198, § 1 


. S. 1919. 94. 


151, §3 


. G. L. 206, § 4. 


" 198, §2 


. G. L. 32, § 4 (2) A. 


151, §4 


. G. L. 197, § 24; 198, § 22. 


" 198, §3 


. S. 1919, 292, § 19. 


151, §5 


. G. L. 197, § 24. 


" 200 . 


. G. L. 138, § 26. 


151, §6 


. G. L. 215, § 39. 


" 201 


. S. 1920, 512. § 3. 


151, §7 


. G. L. 230, § 5. 


" 202 . 


. S. 1919. 273. § 1; R. 1919, 


151, §8 


. G. L. 215, § 34. 




273, § 2. 


152, § 1 


. S. 1916, 268, § 2. 


•• 203 . 


. S. 1917,327, §§ 105, 209; R. 


152, 1 2 


. G. L. 65, § 36. 




1917, 327, § 268. 


155, § 1 


. S. 1919, 92, § 1. 


" 205 . 


. G. L. ISO, § 11. 


156 . 


. G. L. 114, § 16. 


" 206 . 


. Part G. L. 124, § 7; 127, 


157. § 1 


. O. 




§§ 128, 129, 149; part S. 


157, §2 


. Part G. L. 160, § 83; part S. 




1916, 241, § 1; partO. 




1918, 257, § 187, subs. 5. 


" 207, § 1 


. G. L. 127, § 54. 


158 . 


. G. L. 94, § 165. 


" 207, §2 


. G. L. 127. §§ 55, 57. 


159 . 


. S. 1910, 117. 


" 207, § 3 


. G. L. 127, § 56. 


160 . 


. G. L. 140, § 33. 


•■ 208 . 


. S. 1917, 133. 


161, §1 


. G. L. 128, §21. 


•■ 209 . 


. S. 1917, 45. §§ 2. 3. 


161, §2 


. S. 1916, 91, §5. 


" 211 . 


. G. L. 146, §§ 53, 65. 


162 


. G. L. 44, §7; 45, § 19. 


" 212 . 


. S. 1919, 296, § 10; R. 1919, 


163, § 1 


. G. L. 273, § 20. 




296, § 14. 


163, § 2 


. G. L. 273, § 22. 


" 213 . 


. G. L. ISO, § 2. 


163, § 3 


. Part G. L. 273, § 21 ; part O. 


" 214 . 


. G. L. 149, § 149. 


164 . 


. G. L. 40, § 5, cl. 27. 


" 216 . 


. S. 1918, 110. 


165 . 


. G.L. 41, §72; 45, §§2, 5. 


" 217 . 


. S. 1919, 349, § 7. 


166 . 


. S. 1920, 508, §§ 1, 2. 


" 219 . 


. G. L. 172, §§ 16, 17. 


167 . 


. S. 1916, 83. 


" 220 . 


. G. L. 148, § 12. 


168 . 


. O. 


•■ 222 . 


. S. 1915, 269. 


169 . 


. G. L. 143, § 72. 


'■ 223, § 1 


. G. L. 91, § 33. 


171 . 


. G. L. 132, § 29. 


" 223, § 2 


. G. L. 185, § 117. 


174 


. G. L. 123, § 79. 


" 223, § 3 


. O. 


175 . 


. G. L. 5, § 9. 


" 224 . 


. Part S. 1919, 350. §§ 18, 19 


176 . 


. R. 1917, 344, VIII, § 1. 




part 0. 


176, §§ 1- 


i . S. 1917, 344, V, §§ 9-11. 


■' 225 


. O. 


177 


. S. 1918, 159. 


•• 226, § 1 


. G. L. 255, § 1. 


178, § 1 


. G.L.175, §47,cl.5,§§55,90. 


" 227 . 


. R. 1916, 256. § 1. 


178, § 2 


. G. L. 175, § 90. 


" 231 . 


. R. 1918. 257. § 370. 


178, § 3 


. G. L. 175. § 92. 


•• 233 . 


. R. 1919. 349. § 16. 


179 


. G. L. 229, § 7. 


" 234, § 1 


. Part G. L. 32, § 20; part S 


180, §§ 1, 


I . G. L. 272, § 25. 




1919, 106, § 1. 


180, §§3, 


1 . G. L. 272, §§26,27. 


" 234, § 2 


. G. L. 32, § 25 (2) C (6). 


180, § 5 


. G. L. 140, § 3. 


■• 236 


. G. L. 152, § 51. 


181 


. G. L. 175, §§ 90, 93. 


'• 237, § 1 


. S. 1918, 257, § 49. 


182, § 1 


. Part G. L. 41, §§ 113, 114; 


" 237, §2 


. G. L. 60, § 54. 




part O. 


" 237, §§3- 


2 . G. L. 60, §§ 64-73. 


182, §§2- 


3 . G. L. 41, §§ 115-119. 


■• 237, § 13 


. G. L. 60, § 75. 


182, § 7 


. PartG. L. 41, § 113; part 0. 


•• 237, § 14 


. G. L. 60, § 74. 


183, § 1 


. G. L. 152, § 62. 


" 237, § 15 


. G. L. 60, § 76. 


183, §2 


. S. 1916, 29. 


" 237, § 16 


. S. 1918, 257, § 53. 


184 . 


. G. L. 127, § 98. 


■' 237, § 17 


. R. 1918, 257, § 47. 


185 . 


. G. L. 231, § 120. 


" 237, §§ 18 


19 G.L. 60, §§77, 78. 


187 . 


. R. 1917, 275, § 22. 


•• 237, § 20 


. S. 1918, 257, § 56. 


187, §§ 1- 


i . S. 1917, 275, §§ 1-9. 


•• 237, §21 


. S. 1916, 103. 


187, §11 


. S. 1917, 275, §§ 13, 21. 


'■ 237, §22 


. Part G. L. 60, § 15; part S 


189, § 1 


Temporary. 




1918, 257, § 45. 


189, § 2 


. Part G. L. 74, §§ 25-27; part 


" 237, §23 


. G. L. 59, § 11. 




O. 


" 237, § 24 


. G. L. 60, § 51. 


189, § 3 


. Special. 


" 237, § 25 


. G. L. 60, § 81. 


189, § 4 


. G. L. 74, § 25. 


" 237, § 26 


. S. 1918, 257, § 58. 


189, § 5 


. G. L. 74, §§ 35-37. 


" 238, § 1 


. S. 1918, 257, § 78. 


189, § 6 


. Part G. L. 74, §§28, 29, 31; 


" 238. § 2 


. G. L. 64, § 17. 




part O. 


" 238, § 3 


. G. L. 64, §§ 15, 16. 



DISPOSITION OF STATUTES SINCE THE REVISED LAW'S. 



1915, 238, § 


4 . 


. G. L. 64, §§ 10-13. 


•■ 238, § 5 . 


. G. L. 64, § 2. 


■• 238, § 6 . 


. S. 1918, 46. 


•' 239 . . 


. S. 1916, 189. 


" 240, §§1,2 


. G. L. 131, § 16. 


•■ 240, §§3,4 


. G. L. 131, §§ 17, IS. 


" 241, §1 . 


. PartG. L. 123, §§ 7, 28, 43; 




part S. 1918, 239. 


■• 241, §2 . 


. Part G. L. 123, §§ 26, 29; 




part S. 1919, 350, § 8. 


•• 244 . . 


. PartG. L. 152, §75; part O. 


" 245, § 1 . 


. S. 1918, 287, § 1. 


" 249 . . 


. G. L. 221, § 36. 


•■ 250 . . 


. S. 1916, 46, § 2. 


" 251 . . 


. S. 1918, 247, §§1-3; R. 1918, 




247, § 4. 


•• 25.3, §§ 1. 2 


. S. 1916, 242, §§ 6, 7. 


" 253, § 3 . 


. G. L. 101, § 25. 


" 253, §§4-6 


. S. 1916, 242, §§ 8-10. 


■• 253, § 7 . 


. S. 1916, 120, § 6. 


•• 253, §8 . 


. O. 


■' 254, § 1 . 


. G. L. 276, § 83. 


" 254, § 2 . 


. G. L. 276, § 88. 


" 258 . . 


. R. 1920, 418, § 23. 


" 258, § 1 . 


. S. 1920,418, §§ 12, 13. 


■• 258, § 2 . 


. S. 1920, 418, § 22. 


" 259, §§1,2 


. G. L. 146, §§46, 47. 


•■ 259, §3 . 


. Part G. L. 146, § 46; part O. 


" 259, § 4 . 


. G. L. 146, §§50,57, 64. 


" 259, § 5 . 


. G. L. 146, §§56-59, 64. 


" 259, § 6 . 


. G. L. 146, §§ 59, 67. 


" 259, § 7 . 


. G. L. 146, § 49. 


" 259, § 8 . 


. G. L. 146, § 48. 


" 259, § 9 . 


. G. L. 146, §§ 58, 66. 


■■ 259, § 10 . 


. G. L. 146, § 51. 


" 259, § 11 . 


. G. L. 146. §§ 5, 55, 56, 68. 


•' 259, § 12 . 


, G. L. 146, § 52. 


" 200, § 1 . 


. G. L. 127, § 81. 


•• 260, § 2 . 


. Part G. L. 127, §§ 71, 72; 




part S. 1917, 277, § 1 ; part 

o. 

. G. L. 94, § 100. 


'■ 261, §1 . 


'■ 261, §§2, 3 


. S. 1916, 63, §§ 1, 2. 


'■ 261, §4 . 


. G. L. 94, § 103. 


■• 261, §5 . 


. S. 1917, 13. 


■• 261, §6 . 


. G. L. 94, § 105. 


" 261, §7 . 


. G. L. 94, § 112. 


" 261,18 . 


. S. 1916, 63, § 3. 


'• 261, §9 . 


. G. L. 94, § 107. 


" 261, §10 . 


. S. 1916, 63, § 4. 


" 261, §11 . 


. Part G. L. 94, § 110; part O. 


" 261, §12 . 


. G. L. 94, § 110. 


■• 261, §13 . 


. Temporary. 


•• 261, §14 . 


. S. 1918, 169, § 2. 


•■ 261, §15 .. 


. G. L. 94, § 113. 


" 261, § 16 . 


. Part G. L. 94, § 1 ; part 0. 


" 262 . . 


. G. L. 217, § 33. 


'■ 263 . . 


. G. L. 40, § 14. 


" 264 . . 


. Part G. L. 164, § 33; part S. 




1920, 598, § 5. 


" 265, § 1 . 


. S. 1919, 350, §25; 1920,630, 




§5. 


" 266 . . 


. Part G. L. 74, §§ 1, 14; part 




S. 1917, 215, § 5. 


" 267, 1, §§ 1-6 G. L. 43, §§ 1-6. 


" 267, 1 


§7 


. Part G. L. 43, § 7; part 0. 


" 267, I 


§§8-15 G. L. 43, §§8-15. 


" 267, I 


§§16 


17 S. 1916, 68, §§ 1,2. 


" 267, I 


§§18- 


-22 G. L. 43, §§ 18-22. 


" 267, I 


§23 


. S. 1917, 162. 


" 267, I 


§§24- 


-31 G. L. 43, §§24-31. 


" 267, I 


§32 


. S. 1918, 257, § 157. 


" 267, I 


§§3.3, 


34 G. L. 43, §§ 33, 34. 



, 267, I, § 35 . 
267,1, §§36-41 
267, I, § 42 
267, I. § 43 
267, 1, §§44,45 
267, I, § 46 
267, I, § 47 
267, II, § 1 
267, II, § 2 
267,11, §§3-10 
267, III, § 1 
267,111, §2 
267, III, §§3, 
267, III, § 5 
267, III, §§ 6 
267,111, §8 
267, IV, § 1 
267, IV, §§2- 

14 . . 
267, V, i 
267, V, I 
267. V, 
267, V, 



§1.2 
§3,4 

§5,6 



267, V, § 8 
267, V, § 9 

267, V, §§ 10- 
14 . . 

268, §§ 1-7 
268, § 8 . 
268, §§9, 10 
268, § 11 . 
268. §§ 12-16 
268, § 17 . 
268, § 18 . 

268, § 19 . 
268, § 20 . 
268, §§21,22 
268, §§23-25 
268. § 26 



271 

272. § 1 

273, § 1 

273, § 2 

274, § 1 
275 



278 . 
280, § 1 
282, §§ 1-3 
282, § 4 
282, § 6 
283 . 
284, § 1 
285 
286 
287 
288 
289 
289, § 1 
289, § 2 
289, § 3 
289, § 4 



289, § 5 

289, § 6 
289, § 7 
290 . 



G. L. 43, § 33. 

G. L. 43, §§35-40. 

G. L. 43, § 42. 

O. , 

G. L. 43, §§ 43, 44. 

G. L. 43, §41. 

G. L. 43, § 45. 

G. L. 43, § 46. 

PartG. L. 43. § 47; part O. 

G. L. 43, §§ 48-55. 

G. L. 43, § 56. 

Part G. L. 43, § 57; part O. 

G. L. 43. §§ 58. 59. 

S. 1916. 99, § 1. 

G. L. 43, §§ 61, 62. 

(By reference) G. L. 43, § 63. 

G. L. 43, § 64. 

G. L. 43, §§ 66-78. 

G. L. 43. §§ 79, 80. 

S. 1920, 3.37, §§ 1, 2. 

G. L. 43, §§83, 84. 

Part G. L. 43, § 85; part S. 

1920, 337, § 3. 
G. L. 43, § 86. 
S. 1920, 337, § 3. 

G. L. 43, §§ 88-92. 

G. L. 171, §§ 1-7. 

G. L. 59, § 5, cl. 15. 

G. L. 171, §§8, 9. 

PartG. L. 171, § 17; part O. 

G. L. 171, §§ 10-14. 

G. L. 171, § 18. 

Part G. L. 171, §§ 19-21; 

part O. 
G. L. 171, § 15. 
PartG. L. 171. § 16; part O. 
G. L. 171, §§22, 23. 
G. L. 171, §§ 25-27. 
O. 

S. 1919, 131. 
G. L. 3, § 13. 
S. 1918, 261, § 1. 
Part G. L. 168. § 54, cl. 4; 

part O. 
O. 

S. 1916, 236, § 1. 
Part G. L. 152, § 5; part S. 

1920, 207. 
G. L. 161, § 103. 
G. L. 38. § 1. 
S. 1919. 353, § 4. 
G. L. 41, §§ 45^7. 
O. 

G. L. 41, § 45. 
G. L. 53, § 45. 
S. 1916, 59. 
G. L. 44, § 23. 
S. 1919, 362, § 1. 
G. L. 152, §§ 54, 55. 
G. L. 149, §§ 41, 42. 
R. 1917, 327, § 268. 
S. 1917,327, §§ 11,78 (6). 
S. 1917, 327, § 14. 
S. 1917, 327, § 12. 
S. 1917, 327. §§ 115 (a). 

219 (e). 
Parts. 1917.327, §§ 110 (d)„ 

221 (o). 
S. 1917, 327, § 26. 
Part S. 1917, 327. § 63. 
G. L. 185, § 46. 



DISPOSITION OF STATUTES SINCE THE REVISED LAWS. 



§§1,2 

§3 

§1 



10 



§11 
§12 
§13 

§14 



" 301 

" 301 

" 301 

" 301 

'• 303 

" 304 

" Sp. 314, § 1 

" Sp. 329, § 1 

" Sp. 329, § 2 
1916, 1 

1, §1 
1,§2 
2 . 



G. L. 254, § 1. 

S. 1916, 306, §§ 1-3. 

G. L. 254, § 6. 

S. 1916, 306, § 4. 

S. 191S, 265, § 3. 

G. L. 254, § 11. 

Part G. L. 254, § 12; part O. 

S. 1916, 306, § 5. 

G. L. 254, §§ 14, 15. 

O. 

S. 1917, 55, § 1. 

S. 1919, 350, §§59, 60. 

Part G. L. 15, § 6; 69, § 7; 

part S. 1919, 350, § 60; 

part O. 
G. L. 69, § 8. 
G. L. 15, § 6. 
G. L. 69, § 2. 
G. L. 69, § 7. 
G. L. 15, § 5. 
Tempor.ary. 
G. L. 221, § 82. 
S. 1919, 357, § 1. 
G. L. 141, § 1. 
Part G. L. 13, § 32; 141, 

§§2, 3; partO. 
Part G. L. 141, § 3; part S. 

1918, 257, § 342; 1919, 

333, § 8. 
S. 1916, 199, § 2. 
G. L. 141, §5. 
G. L. 141, §§ 6, 10. 
G. L. 141, §§ 7, S. 
S. 1918, 257, § 343. 
S. 1919, 333, § 23. 
G. L. 160, §§ 43, 44. 
G. L. 160, §§ 45, 46. 
PartG. L. 13, § 19; 112, §43; 

part O. 
G. L. 13, § 20; 112, § 43. 
S. 1920, 424, § 1. 
S. 1918, 257, § 293. 
S. 1920, 424, §§2-4. 
PartG. L. 112, §48; part S. 

1918, 217, § 2. 
Part G. L. 112, §§ 49, S3; 

part O. 
Part G. L. 112, §§ 50, 52; 

part O. 
S. 1917, 76, § 1. 
G. L. 112, § 5.3. 
S. 1917, 76, § 2. 
O. 

G. L. 160, § 47. 
S. 1916, 70. 
Special. 

G. L. 75, §§ 25, 27. 
O. 

R. 1917, 327, § 268. 
S. 1917, 327, § 79. 
S. 1917, 327, § 78 (6). 
S. 1919, 320, § 1; R. 1919, 

320, § 2. 
G. L. 127, § 144. 
G. L. 176, § 416. 
Part G. L. 175, § 65; part 

O. 
G. L. 130, § 59. 
G. L. 131, § 66. 
S. 1917, 327, § 59; R. 1917, 

327, § 268. 
S. 1917, 327, § 2.39 (6); R. 

1917, 327, § 268. 



37, §1 

38, §1 
38, §2 
39 . 
40, §1 



§1 
§2 



43, §2 
44 
45 . 

46, §1 



46, 


§2 




47, 


§1 


47, 


§2 


48 




49 




51, 


§§1 


51, 


§3 


51, 


§4 


52 




54, 


§1 


54, 


§2 


54, 


§3 


55 




56, 


§1 


56, 


§2 


56, 


§3 


56, 


§4 


56, 


§§5 


57 




58 






59 






60 






61 






62 






63, 


§1 


63, 


§2 


6