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Page 42 - And the occupant of any tenement shall be liable for the payment of the price or rent for the use of the water in such tenement; and the owner thereof shall be also liable, if. on being notified of such use. he does not object thereto...
Page 40 - Such petition may be filed in the clerk's office of said court, in vacation or in term time, and the clerk shall thereupon issue a summons to...
Page 41 - ... who shall, after reasonable notice to the parties, assess the damages, if any, which such petitioner may have sustained as aforesaid ; and the award of the...
Page 38 - Stoneham may supply itself and its inhabitants with water for the extinguishment of fires and for domestic and other purposes...
Page 35 - ... any person violating the provisions of this section shall forfeit and pay the sum of three hundred dollars, which may be recovered in any court of law of this State, and which shall go to the credit of the tobacco fund...
Page 35 - ... which shall be taken by the city pursuant to the provisions of this act, or shall corrupt the same, or render it impure, or destroy or injure any dam, aqueduct, pipe, conduit, hydrant, machinery, or other property held, owned or used by the...
Page 37 - ... three times the amount of damages assessed therefor, to be recovered in an action of tort : and upon conviction of either of the above wilful or wanton acts shall be punished by a fine not exceeding three hundred dollars or by imprisonment not exceeding one year.
Page 42 - And the said city council may sell the same, or any part thereof, from time to time, at public or private sale, or pledge the same for money borrowed for the purpose aforesaid, on such terms and conditions as the said city council shall judge proper.
Page 36 - ... against all damages which may be recovered against it, and shall reimburse to it all expense which it shall reasonably incur by reason of any defect or want of repair in such road, street, or way caused by the maintenance, repairing, or replacing of said pipes, or by reason of any injury to persons or property caused by any defect or want of repair in...
Page 42 - ... damages assessed therefor, to be recovered in an action of tort ; and on conviction of either of the wanton or malicious acts aforesaid, may also be punished by fine, not exceeding three hundred dollars, or by imprisonment, not exceeding one year.

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