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Excerpt from The by-Laws and Orders of the Town of Boston: Passed at Several Legal Town Meetings, and Duly Approved by the Court of Sessions; Together With Rules and Orders Passed by the Selectmen; The Rules and Regulations of the Board of Health; Also, Sundry Laws of the Commonwealth, and Other Important Informa
The Selectmen, Overseers of the Poor, and Board of Health, were empowered by a law of the Common wealth, ia 1813, to assemble annually in Convention, in the month of June or July, to appoint some suitable person or persons as Town Treasurer and Collector or Collectors of Taxes.
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