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1914, 742.

Chapter 59. — Of the Measuring of Upper Leather.

This chapter is repealed and superseded by 1913, 502. (See 1913, 503.)

Chapter 60. — Of the Survey and Sale of Lumber, Ornamental Wood and

Ship Timber.

Provision for the appointment of local weighers, measurers and sur-
veyors of commodities, 1918, 65.
Sect. 1. See 1908, 195, 469; 1914, 615; 1918, 257 § 90,* 294.
Sect. 4 amended, 1902, 477 § 1; 1918, 95 § 2.
Sect. 7 amended, 1902, 477 § 2.
Sects. ^11 repealed, 1902, 477 § 3.
Sect. 15 revised, 1918, 95 § 1.

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Chapter 62. — Of Weights and Bleaetiref.

The provisions of this chapter are extended to scales, balances, etc.,
having a device to indicate price as well as weight or measure, 1907, 535;
1917, 8. And to certain devices for adjusting, testing, etc., used for hire
or reward, 1909, 412 § 1. Mechanical devices for measuring leather, 1913,
503. (See 1913, 502.)

Penalty for giving false weight or measure, 1907, 394; 1911, 163; 1914,
379, 387. (See 1909, 350.) Tolerances in sale of commodities by weight
established, 1913, 801. Tolerances in packages containing malt beverages,
1914, 525.

Provision for the testing and sealing of taximeters, 1909, 541; 1917, 98.

Marking of packages containing foods required, 1914, 653.

Provisions relative to sealers and deputy sealers of weights and measures,
1914, 452.

Weighing of precious stones regulated, 1914, 183.

Relative to venue of complaints and prosecutions concerning false weights
and measures, 1914, 387.

Standard barrel and box for apples, 1915, 261 § 1.

Salaries of state employees and classification of offices and positions,
1914, 605; 1916, 2, 126; 1917, 301, 323; 1918, 228.

State clinical standard thermometer, 1917, 152.

Provision for the appointment of local weighers, measurers and sur-
veyors of commodities, 1918, 65.

Budget system for the commonwealth, 1918, 244, 257 § 7.*

Sect. 2 amended, 1914, 525. (See 1915, 261 § 1.)

Sects. 2, 3. See 1903, 408 § 1.

Sect. 3 amended, 1902, 115; 1911, 397.

Sect. 4 amended, 1910, 297; 1912, 284; 1913, 176; 1915, 43; 1918, 257
§ 240.* (See 1915, 261 § 1.)

Sect. 6 revised, 1918, 257 § 241.*

Sect. 7 revised, 1918, 257 § 242.*

Sects. 8-11 in part sui>erseded and a state eonmiission established, 1907,
534; 1910, 465; 1911, 632; 1912, 256; 1915, 190; 1916, 44, 242 §§ 6-9;
1917, 152 §§ 2-5, 243; 1918, 218, changing the official designation of the
conmiissioner of weights and measures and establishing his salary and the
number of his inspection force. (See 1902, 457; 1909, 424 § 2, 541 §§ 2, 3;
1914, 615.)

Sect. 9 repealed and superseded, 1917, 125.

Sect. 12 revised, 1918, 257 § 243.*

Sects. 12-20. County treasurers not to have custody of standard weights,
etc., or to act as sealers, 1909, 310.

Sect. 14 amended, 1914, 633 § 1.

Sect. 17 amended, 1902, 539. (See 1913, 503.)

Sect. 18 superseded, 1914, 452; 1918, 257 §§ 252,* 253.* Civil service
rules to apply to certain appointments, 1909, 382.

Sect. 19 affected, 1914, 452 § 3.

Sect. 20 revised, 1907, 283, 534 § 3. (See 1909, 310; 1915, 190.)

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Sect. 21 revised, 1918, 257 § 244.* (See 1906, 323; 1909, 531; 1910,
462.)

Sect. 21 et seq. See 1903, 408 § 2; 1905, 209; 1909, 412 § 2, 424 § 2,
541; 1911, 380 §2; 1917,98.

Sect. 22 revised, 1910, 209 § 1; 1918, 257 § 245.*

Sect. 23 amended, 1918, 257 § 246.*

Sect. 25 revised, 1914, 633 § 2; 1917, 21.

Sect. 26 amended, 1914, 633 § 3.

Sect. 27 amended, 1917, 15.

Sect. 28 revised, 1918, 257 § 247.*

Sect. 29 amended, 1918, 257 § 248.*

Sect. 29 et seq. Sealers to report to state conmiissioner, 1907, 534 § 5;
1914, 452 §§ 1-3; 1918, 257 § 251.*

Sect. 30. Repeal and substitute, 1914, 346.

Sect. 32 revised, 1910, 209 § 2. Amended, 1918, 257 § 249.*

Sect. 33 revised, 1906, 215; 1914, 379; 1918, 257 § 250.* (See 1907,
394; 1911, 163; 1914, 387.)

Sects. 34, 35 affected, 1914, 452. (See 1913, 503 § 3.)

Sect. 37. See 1914, 387.

Sect. 39 amended, 1913, 164, 801; 1917, 14.

Sect. 40. See 1918, 65.

Sect. 42. See 1918, 65.

Sect. 43 amended, 1909, 531. See acts relative to sealing bottles or jars
for milk, etc., 1906, 323; 1909, 531; 1910, 462. (See 1914, 653 § 4.)

Chapter 68. ~ Of the Metric Syitem of Weight! and Meaeuree.

Provision for the appointment of local weighers, measurers and sur-
veyors of commodities, 1918, 65.

Qf&cial designation of commissioner of weights and measures, 1918,
218.

Sect. 1 amended, 1914, 183.

Sects. 3, 4, m part, superseded, 1907, 534 §§ 3, 4. (See 1907, 535.)

Chapter 64. ^ Of Auetioneers.

Sect. 6 d seq. Auction sales of horses in Boston restricted, 1904, 336;
1905, 426. And of certain lame or diseased horses, 1906, 185 §§ 1, 3. (See
1907, 363; 1908, 133.)

Sect. 11 repealed, 1918, 257 § 254.*

Sect. 15. See 1908, 237 §§ 13 cl. 4, 21.

Sect. 16. New section added, 1918, 257 § 255.*

Chapter 66. ^ Of Itinerant Vendors, Hawkers and Pedlers.

Granting of temporary licenses to sell certain articles for charitable
purposes, 1916, 188.

Provision for the appointment of local weighers, measurers and sur-
veyors of commodities, 1918, 65.

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Official designation of the commissioner of weights and measures changed
and his salary and the number of his inspection force established, 1918, 218.

Words "transient vendor" substituted for "itinerant vendor" wherever
they occur in this chapter and amendment^, 1918, 257 § 256.'*'

Sect. 1 revised, 1918, 257 § 257.*

Sect. 2 amended, 1917, 237 § 1.

Sect. 3 amended, 1916, 120 § 1; 1917, 237 § 2. Provision for revocation
of license, 1908, 208.

Sect. 4 amended, 1916, 120 § 2.

Sects. 5, 6 revised, 1918, 257 § 258.*

Sect. 8 amended, 1916, 120 § 3.

Sect. 9 amended, 1902, 544 § 9.

Sect. 11 amended, 1916, 120 § 4; 1917, 237 § 3. Revised, 1918, 257 § 259.*

Sect. 12 revised, 1916, 120 § 5; 1917, 237 § 4.

Sect. 13 revised, 1916, 242 § 1; 1918, 257 § 260.*

Sect. 13A added by 1918, 257 § 260.*

Sect. 14 revised, 1916, 242 § 2.

Sect. 15 revised, 1916, 242 § 3; 1918, 257 § 261.* (See 1905, 377; 1906,
345; 1916,48.)

Sect. 16 revised, 1918, 257 § 262.*

Sect. 17 revised, 1916, 242 § 4; 1918, 257 § 263.* (See 1902, 531;
1906, 151; 1910,419.)

Sect. 18 revised, 1916, 242 § 5; 1918, 257 § 264.*

Sect. 19 revised, 1916, 242 § 6; 1918, 257 § 265.* (See 1905, 204; 1907,
671 § 1; 1912, 192; 1915, 253 § 1.)

Sect. 19 et seq. Secretary may revoke license in certain cases, 1908, 208.
(See 1916 289.)

Sect. 20 revised, 1916, 242 § 7; 1918, 257 § 266.* (See 1915, 253 § 2.)

Sect. 21 repealed, 1907, 571 § 2. (See 1903, 432.)

Sect. 22 amended, 1915, 253 § 3.

Sect. 23 revised, 1916, 242 § 8; 1918, 257 § 267.* (See 1915, 253 § 4.)

Sect. 24 revised, 1916, 242 § 9. (See 1915, 253 § 5.)

Sect. 25 revised, 1916, 242 § 10. (See 1915, 253 § 6.)

Sect. 26 revised, 1916, 242 § 11.

Sect. 27 revised, 1916, 242 § 12; 1918, 257 § 268.*

Sect. 29 revised, 1916, 120 § 6. (See 1915, 253 § 7.)

Chapter 66. — Of Shipping and Seamen, Harbors and Harbor Maaten.

Arrest without warrant of persons committing misdemeanors in rivers,
harbors, etc., 1912, 372.

Lines and regulations in certain harbors: Boston, 1901, 196; 1908, 579;
1912, 619; 1915, Sp. Act 334. Charles River, 1901, 245, 401; 1913, 417.
(See 1903, 465.) Haverhill, 1902, 313; 1905, 327. New Bedford, 1901,
243; 1903, 363; 1916, Sp. Act 35. Provincetown, 1913, 415. Weymouth
Fore River, 1916, 280.

Improvement of tide waters, etc., 1909, 481; 1912, 642. (See 1912, 46;
1914, 691, 693, 716, 717, Res. 112, 115, 132, 135, 137; 1915, 96.)

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Development of port of Boston, 1911, 748; 1912, 46, 181, 663; 1913, 635;
1914, 48, 555, 602, 712; 1915, 300 § 2, Sp. Acts 335, 337, 363; 1916, 231,
232,253; 1918,143,267,270. (See 1910, 648; 1912,46.) Board of directors
of Ae port of Boston abolished and powers and duties transferred to the
Massachusetts commission on waterways and public lands, 1916, 288;

1917, 178, 184 §§ 1, 3, 240. (See 1917, 60, 68.)
Mu£9ers on motor boats, 1909, 245.

Power boats must show lights at night in certain waters, 1910, 397;

1918, 257 § 269.*

Relative to the construction of fish weirs, nets and traps beyond estab-
lished harbor lines, 1918, 27.

Sects. 2, 3 repealed, 1910, 526.

Harbor and land commissioners' tide water fund established, 1912, 257.
Designation changed to "Waterways Fund", 1918, 21.

Sect. 7 amended, 1918, 291 § 17.

Sect. 17. See 1907, 229; 1910, 255.

Sect. 19 amended, 1909, 270 § 1. As to Boston, see 1908, 579; 1909,
270 § 2.

ChtapUr 67. ~ Of Pilot! and Pilotage.

Act relative to pilotage, 1918, 56.
Sect. 10. See 1914, 472, 747.
Sect. 17. See 1907, 490.
Sect. 28 amended, 1915, 17.
Sect. 32 amended, 1918, 56 § 3.

Chi4;yter 68. — Of Agonti, Consignees and Faoton.

Sale of merchandise in bulk, 1903, 415.

Uniform warehouse receipts act, 1907, 582; 1918, 257 §§ 270-273.*
Uniform sales act, 1908, 237; 1918, 257 §§ 280,* 281.*
Uniform bills of ladmg act, 1910, 214; 1918, 257 § 284.*
Sect. 1. See 1912, 271.

Sects. 2-4. Provision for dissolution of lien, 1907, 490. (See 1909, 235;
1911, 150.)
Sects. 4-6. See 1908, 237 §§ 23-30.
Sect. 6. See 1905, 324.

Chapter 69. — Of Public Warehouses.

Storage of liquors, 1911, 77, 88.

As to cold storage, see 1910, 640; 1912, 652; 1913, 538.

Relative to goods stored with public warehousemen, 1909, 227; 1912,
649; 1913,228.

Uniform warehouse receipts act, 1907, 582; 1918, 257 §§ 270-273.* (See
1909, 227.)

Uniform sales act, 1908, 237; 1918, 257 §§ 280,* 281.*

Uniform bills of lading act, 1910, 214; 1918, 257 § 284.*

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Provision for dissolution of lien, 1907, 490. (See 1907, 582 § 34.)
Charges for storage of baggage by railroad corporations, 1907, 287; 1908,
504.
Sect. 1. See 1915, 98.
Sect. 7. See 1911, 77.
Sect. 17. New section, 1915, 98.
Sect. 18. New section, 1915, 98.

Chapter 70. — Of Common Carriers and Express Companies.

Street railways as common carriers of newspapers, baggage, express
matter and freight, 1903, 202; 1904, 441; 1906, 463 lU § 41; 1907, 402;
1918,238.

Street railway companies permitted to use motor vehicles not running on
rails or tracks, and operators of such vehicles made common carriers subject
to the supervision of the public service commission, 1918, 226.

Uniform sales act, 1908, 237; 1918, 257 §§ 280,* 281.*

Uniform bills of ladmg act, 1910, 214 §§ 11-27; 1918, 257 § 284.*

Trustee process against common carriers, 1905, 324.

Public service commission granted super\'isory powers over express com-
panies, 1906, 266; 1908, 599; 1913, 784; 1918, 283.

Taking of deposits for transmitting to foreign countries, or other purposes,
1905, 428; 1906, 408; 1907, 377; 1908, 493; 1909, 287, 450; 1910, 338;
1911, 358; 1912, 335; 1913, 178, 179, 245; 1916, 175.

Provision for the appointment of local weighers, measurers and sur-
veyors of commodities, 1918, 65.

Taxation of express companies, 1918, 257 § 77.*

Sects. 3, 4. See 1907, 539 § 2; 1908, 316.

Sect. 6. See 1913, 290; 1915, 151 § 7.

Chapter 71. — Of Limited Partnerships.

Voluntary associations under written instruments, 1909, 441; 1913, 454,
596; 1914, 471, 742 § 148, 770 § 10; 1915, 20, 238 § 10; 1916, 184, 269
§§12,25.

Sect. 3. Names to be recorded in city or town clerk's office in certain
cases, 1907, 539. (See 1908, 316.)

Sect. 5 amended, 1918, 257 § 274.*

Sect. 7 revised, 1918, 257 § 275.*

Chapter 72. — Of the Use of Labels, Trade-Marks and Names.

Provision as to labels on baking powders, 1902, 540. Drugs and patent
foods, 1906, 386; 1907, 259; 1908, 307.
Sect. 1 amended, 1918, 257 § 276.*
Sect. 2 amended, 1918, 257 § 277.*
Sect. 4 repealed, 1918, 257 § 278.*

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Sect. 5. Names to be recorded in certain cases, 1907, 539. (See 1908,
316.)

Sect. 7 amended, 1918, 257 § 279.*

Sects. 7, 8. Certain insignia, badges, etc., may be registered, and the
unauthorized use thereof is prohibited, 1904, 335; 1907, 232 § 3; 1909,
514 §§ 31, 32. (See 1902, 430; 1903^ 275; 1908, 280.)

Sect. 10 amended, 1909, 196.

Chapter 73. — Of Money and Negotiable' Xnatniments.

Business of making small loans regulated, 1911, 727; 1912, 675; 1913,
347, 638; 1916, 194, 224, 274.

As to negotiation of warehouse receipts, 1907, 582 §§ 38-50; 1918, 257
§§ 270-273.* Documents of title, 1908, 237 §§ 27-40; 1918, 257 §§280,*
281.* Bills of lading, 1910, 214 §§ 28-43; 1918, 257 § 284.*

Liability of banks on negotiable instruments forged, altered, etc, 1912,
277.

Sect. 3. See 1911, 727 §§ 7, 18; 1918, 257 § 187, subsect. 37.*

Sect. 4 amended, 1915, 121.

Sect. 7 amended, 1905, 454 § 1.

Sect. 8 amended, 1905, 454 § 2.

Sects. 35, 40. See 1912, 277.

Sect. 46 revised, 1918, 257 § 282.*

Sect. 72. See 1910, 378; 1912, 277.

Sect. 88 amended, 1918, 257 § 283.*

Sects. 88, 92, 102, 103. See 1907, 204; 1911, 136; 1912, 277.

Sect. 102 revised, 1910, 417.

Sect. 141. See 1912, 277.

Sect. 201 et seq. See 1912, 277.

Sect. 212. See 1908, 237 § 73; 1910, 171 § 18.

Chapter 74. — Of the Prevention of Frauds and Perjuries.

Sect. 5 repealed and superseded, 1908, 237 §§ 4, 78. (See 1908, 237 § 4;
1912, 271.)

Chapter 75. ~ Of the Preservation of the Public Health.

Acts for protection of health, 1902, 322, 541; 1903, 220, 475; 1904, 395;
1905, 251, 474; 1906, 116, 165, 250, 386, 502; 1907, 164, 180, 259, 285, 410,
480; 1908, 150, 307, 325, 329, 381, 411, 435, 539, 570; 1909, 319, 375, 391,
405, 433, 471, 474, 514 §§ 75, 78-89, 105, 106, 536; 1910, 257, 259, 269,
271, 387, 404, 428, 458, 543, 597, 640; 1911, 278, 341, 381, 576, 597, 613,
655; 1912, 59, 151, 528, 637, 652, 653; 1913, 73, 210, 265, 272, 328, 426,
472, 504, 538, 647, 650, 654, 687, 743, 761; 1914, 67, 76, 177, 241, 325, 408,
455, 484, 545, 634, 655, 677, 688, 694, 726, 744, 788, 792; 1915, 22, 27, 55,
116, 117, 148, 187, 258, 288; 1916, 57, 134, 153, 155, 180, 197, 228, 258,
265, 286; 1917, 11, 78, 103, 112, 149, 151, 193, 208, 212, 251, 290; 1918, 58,

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111, 182, 243. (See 1907, 550 § 68; 1911, 395, 596, 597; 1912, Res. 117,
133; 1913, 426, 494, 650, 663; 1914, 240, 241, 283, 531, 628, 655, Res. 52;
1915, 44, 46, 109, 174, Sp. Act 346, Res. 2, 23.)

Acts relating to state department of health, 1914, 792; 1915, 116, 258
§ 3; 1916, 155, 180, 286 §§ 2, 13, 313; 1917, 151, 193, 208, 212; 1918, 58,
130, 131, 182. (See 1915, 109.)

Provision for reclamation of wet lands, 1913, 633, 759; 1914, 596; 1917,
212; 1918,289. (See 1915, 46.)

Practice of optometry, 1912, 700; 1915, 201.

Incorporation of milk commissions, 1911, 506.

Use of common drinking cups restricted, 1910, 428. (See 1911, 491;

1912, 581.) And of common towels, 1912, 59.

Establishment of health districts and the appointment of inspectors of
health, 1907, 537; 1910, 405, 523; 1911, 282, 603, 709; 1914, 792; 1917,
151. (See 1907, 499; 1908, 325 § 3, 329, 487; 1909, 514 §§ 75, 78-«9, 105,
106; 1910, 259, 394, 543; 1912, 726; 1913, 426.) For sanitary stations in
cities and certain towns, 1911, 596. Sanitary conditions in certain estab-
lishments, 1902, 322; 1906, 250; 1909, 514 §§ 78, 79; 1912, 318; 1914,
328, 726; 1915, 116, 117.

Towns not maintaining hospitals may appropriate money for free beds,
1915,44. (See 1915, Sp. Act 190.)

Board of labor and industries established and its powers and duties
defined, 1912, 726; 1913, 424, 766, 813, 831 §§ 4, 18; 1914, 263, 474, 533;
1915, 74; 1916, 115, 143, 308; 1917, 72. (See 1916, 222.)

Inspection of jails, prisons, etc., 1910, 405; 1911, 282..

Regulation and supervision of water companies, 1909, 319; 1913, 660.

Tuberculosis dispensaries standardized, 1914, 408.

Sale and manufacture of sausages, etc., 1914, 325, 634; 1915, 22; 1917,
11, 78.

Manufacture of bread to be sold by the loaf, 1915, 258; 191Q, 157.

As to metropolitan water and sewerage system, see 1889, 439; 1895, 342,
406, 488; 1897, 80, 81, 83, 88, 502; 1899, 342; 1900, 108; 1901, 168, 498;
1902, 101, 189, 213, 391, 535; 1903, 161, 242, 356; 1904, 186, 230, 246,
273, 317, 426, 431; 1905, 457; 1906, 235, 337, 338, 369, 404, 406, 457,
530; 1907, 165, 238, 349, 524; 1908, 556, 558; 1909, 177, 243, 258, 282,
320,453,473; 1910,32,291,292; 1911,5,541; 1912,528,694; 1913,422,
525, 685; 1914, 343, 455, 601, Res. 96; 1915, 147, 150, 210; 1916, 93, 94,
96, 100, 159, 172, 258; 1917, 3, 285, 287, 322, 314; 1918, 157, 177.

Board of health to publish information in interest of public health, 1902,
230, 272; 1913, 622; 1914, 792. And define what diseases are deemed
dangerous, 1907, 183. (See 1913, 210, 328; 1914, 792.)

Provision for appointment of school physicians, 1906, 502; 1908, 189,
412; 1910, 257. Nurses, 1911, 72. Establishment of dental dispensaries
for children, 1914, 677.

Provisions for suppressing insect pests, 1902, 57; 1905, 381; 1906, 268;
1907, 521; 1908, 591; 1909, 263; 1910, 150; 1911, 242, 474; 1912, 263;

1913, 585; 1914, 340, 341, 404; 1915, 124, 171. (See 1910, 427; 1912, 91,

112, 625; 1913^ 293, 296, 585, 600, 605.) For paving private passageways



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in certain cities, 1907, 256. For treatment or purification of sewage, 1909,
433.

Standard for cream established, 1907, 216. Ice cream, 1913, 743; 1914,
67. To prohibit misuse of vessels used in sale of milk, 1906, 116; 1908,
435; 1913, 761. (See 1906, 323; 1908, 570; 1909, 425, 531; 1910,462,
641; 1911, 610; 1912, 474.) Production and sale of milk, 1909, 405, 443;
1914,744; 1916,134,151,228; 1917,112,256,259; 1918,170. Of vinegar,
1918, 137, 145. (See 1911, 278; 1915, 109.)

Cold storage, 1910, 640; 1912, 652; 1913, 538; 1914, 545; 1915, 55;

1917, 149.

Provision for separate systems of drainage, 1903, 383.

Occupancy of cellars and basements in the city of Boston, 1907, 560 § 68;
1914,628; 1915, Sp. Act 346.

Building and use of tuberculosis hospitals encouraged, 1907, 474; 1908,
632; 1910, 198, 491; 1911, 597; 1912, 17, 637; 1915, 153; 1916, 57, 197,
286; 1917, 31, 103, 251, 290; 1918, 80, 163, 187. (See 1908, 533, 598;
1909, 414; 1912, 151, 468; 1915, Sp. Act 190, Res. 24.)

Provision for treatment of leprosy cases, 1905, 474; 1909, 250; 1913, 73.

Analyzing of intoxicating liquors, 1914, 484.

Wood alcohol, 1905, 220; 1910, 541,

Throwing of glass on bathing beaches prohibited, 1914, 76.

Moving by women of boxes and receptacles in manufacturing or me-
chanical establishments, 1913, 426; 1914, 241; 1915, 27.

Salaries of state employees and classification of ofiices and positions,
1914, 605; 1916, 2, 126; 1917, 301, 323; 1918, 228.

Manufacture and sale of mattresses, pillows, etc., 1915, 148.

State department of health required to make analyses of drugs and
poisons, 1910, 495; 1915, 104.

Infantile paralysis, 1916, 313.

Taking effect of certain orders, rules and regulations, 1917, 307.

Reports and records of venereal diseases, 1918, 96.

Registered physicians and surgeons authorized to disclose information
pertaining to venereal diseases, 1918, 111.

Physicians' certificates of exemption from vaccination made uniform,

1918, 117.

Dispensaries to be licensed by the state department of health, 1918, 131.

As to training and instruction of disabled soldiers and sailors, see
1918, 230.

Budget system for the commonwealth established, 1918, 244, 257 § 7.*

Abatement of certain nuisances on the seashore in certain counties,
1918, 243.

Sects. 1-2 repealed, 1914, 792.

Sect. 3 repealed, 1914, 792. (See 1906, 425; 1907, 364.)

Sect. 4 amended, 1903, 480; 1912, 104; 1917, 190. Duties assumed by
state department of health, 1914, 792. (See 1902, 272; 1905, 344; 1906,
386 § 6, 502 § 6; 1907, 183; 1908, 189, 329; 1909, 319, 346 § 3, 433 § 3,

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Res. 72; 1910, 405, 458, 495, 569; 1911, 218, 266, 282, 381; 1912, 635 § 7;

1913, 654 § 5, 655 § 40, 786 §§ 29, 53, 59, 67, 79, 80, 84; 1914, 484, 744;
1915, 148, 258; 1917, 193, 208, 212.)

Sect. 5. Powers and duties of inspector and assayer of liquors trans-
ferred to board of health, 1902, 110. (See 1914, 484.) Duties assumed by
state department of health, 1914, 792.

Sect. 5 extended, 1910, 394, 405. (See 1910, 457; 1914, 744, 792.)

Sect. 6 amended, 1903, 467; 1907, 208. (See 1908, 195.)

Sect. 7. See 1914, 792.

Sect. 8 revised, 1913, 670. (See 1904, 395 § 1; 1909, 391.) Duties
assumed by state department of hecJth, 1914, 792.

Sect. 9 et seq. Relative to the production and sale of milk, 1909, 405,
443; 1914, 744; 1916, 134, 151, 228; 1917, 112, 256, 258; 1918, 170.
Infantile paralysis, 1916, 313. Manufacture and sale of food and drugs,

1917, 208. (See 1911, 278; 1915, 109; 1918, 137, 145.)

Sect. 10. See 1906, 502; 1908, 189, 412; 1910, 257; 1913, 210; 1914, 677.

Sect. 12 repealed, 1916, 53.

Sect. 13. See 1909, 405, 443; 1910, 640; 1911, 443; 1912, 155.

Sect. 14 ampnded, 1914, 90.

Sect. 16 repealed, 1917, 208 § 12. (See 1903, 367.)

Sect. Idetseq. Certain of these sections and subsequent acts are repealed
and new provisions made by an act to codify and amend certain laws rela-
tive to the manufactiure and sale of foods and drugs which are adulterated
or misbranded, 1917, 208. Sale or gift of certain harmful medicines,
drugs, etc., restricted, 1906, 386; 1907, 180; 1908, 307; 1909, 375; 1910,
271, 541; 1911, 30, 341, 372; 1912, 263, 283; 1913, 585, 654, 705, 720;

1914, 694, 788, 792; 1915, 159, 187; 1916, 78, 85, 117; 1917, 275. (See
1905, 220; 1910, 416, 495, 528; 1911, 218, 266, 289; 1913, 272; 1915, 104;

1918, 137, 145.) Deleterious confectionery, 1913, 265, 647. Bread, 1915,
258.

Sect. 17 repeded, 1917, 208 § 12.

Sect. 18 repealed, 1917, 208 § 12. (See 1910, 528 § 1; 1913, 272.)

Sect. 19 repealed, 1917, 208 § 12. (See 1911, 289, 600 § 3; 1914, 792;

1915, 158, 239.)

Sect. 19 et seq. Baking powders to be labeled, 1902, 540 § 1. Also
certain patent or proprietary drugs and food, 1906, 386; 1907, 259. Bread
contaming certain materials to be labeled, 1915, 258. (See 1903, 367; 1907,
180; 1908, 307; 1911, 610; 1912, 474.)

Sect. 20. See 1914, 792; 1917, 193, 208 § 4.

Sect. 21 repealed, 1917, 208 § 12. (See 1917, 193.)

Sect. 23 amended, 1910, 528 § 2.

Sect. 24 revised, 1916, 58. (See 1905, 236; 1906, 305; 1913, 795.)

Sects. 25, 26 repealed, 1908, 238. (See 1903, 367; 1906, 386 § 6; 1907,
259; 1908, 525 § 3; 1910, 172 § 1, 416; 1911, 289, 341, 372; 1915, 258.)

Sect. 31. See 1915, 258.

Sect. 34 revised, 1902, 403,

Sect. 35 revised, 1912, 151; 1914, 647. Affected, 1914, 792. In part
repealed, 1916, 286 § 15. (See 1906, 365 § 1; 1911, 613.)



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Sect. 35 et seq. Provision for three state sanatoriums for tubercular
patients, 1907, 474; 1908, 532, 533; 1909, 414; 1910, 198, 491; 1912, 468.
(See 1908, 598; 1914, 792.)

Sect. 36 amended, 1907, 445. (See 1906, 365 § 1; 1909, 391 § 1.)

Sect. 37 repealed, 1914, 583.

Sects. 3^-42 revised, 1906, 365 § 1. (See 1902, 206; 1904, 395; 1906,
225, 365 § 4; 1907, 183, 445; 1909, 391; 1911, 613.)

Sects. 41, 4l See 1908, 386; 1918, 96, 111, 237.

Sect. 46. superseded, 1915, 12. (See 1902, 206 § 2; 1906, 365 § 2.)

Sects. 47, 52. See 1904, 395 § 1.

Sect. 49 amended, 1905, 251 § 1; 1907, 480; 1910, 269; 1914, 177. (See
1909, 292, 380, 391.)

Sects. 49, 50, 52. See 1913, 670.

Sect. 50 amended, 1905, 251 § 2; 1907, 480.

Sect. 51 amended, 1915, 52.

Sect. 52 amended, 1907, 480; 1916, 55. As to appointment of person
to give notice, see 1918, 130 § 1. (See 1902, 213 § 1; 1907, 386; 1909,
380, 391.)

Sect. 56 revised, 1906, 365 § 3.

Sect. 57 revised, 1902, 213; 1907, 386; 1909, 380; 1917, 70. (See 1904,
395 § 2; 1907, 183.)

Sects. 53, 57 affected, 1918, 130 § 2.

Sect. 59. See 1914, 792.

Sect. 62 revised, 1910, 569; 1911, 264.

Sects. 63, 64 revised, 1910, 569. (See 1905, 330; 1914, 792.)

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