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OONTENTS OF WOLUME III.
CONTAINING DOCUMENTS FROM NO. 43 TO. 151, INCLUSIVE.
DOC. No. 43—Municipal Register. 1901. 44– Rules and Orders of the Common Council, report of committee. 45 — Rules and Orders of the Board of Aldermen, report of committee. 46—Rules and Orders of the City Council, report of joint committee. 47— Annual Estimates, Appropriations and Taac Orders for 1901–1902, message of mayor-recommending. o g 48— Ordinances of the City of Boston, in addition to and amendment of the Revised Ordinances of 1898; also a regulation amending the Revised Regulations of 1898. 49— Completion of Blue Hill Avenue Boulevard, message of the mayor enclosing a communication from the city engineer relative to. 50— Fourth of July Oration July 4, 1901, by Curtis Guild, Jr. 51—Auditor’s Monthly Eazhibit. January 31, 1901. 52—Jury List. 1901. 53 – Engine-house West Side District, Ward 24, message of the mayor transmitting communication from the fire commissioner regarding establishment of. 54— Repairs on Buildings whder Control of Police and Fire Department, message of the mayor enclosing a communication from the corporation counsel relative to right to make. .55— Monthly Statement City Treasurer. February 1, 1901. 56— Eacamination of Accounts of Franklin Fund, report of special committee. 57— City Collector's Monthly Statement. January, 1901. 58– Cutting of Wires, message of mayor enclosing a communication from the fire Commissioner relative to. 59— Borrowing Capacity of the City Within the Debt Limit, message of the mayor transmitting statement of sinking-fund commissioners. 60— Amounts of Pay-rolls in Calendar Years 1895, 1899, 1900, message of the mayor transmitting communication from the city auditor relative to. 61 – Appropriation Bill for the City and County for 1901–1902, report of committee On appropriations. 62– Marcella-street Home for Hospital for Consumptives, message of the mayor relative to adapting. 63 – City Collector’s Monthly Statement. February, 1901. 64— City Treasurer’s Monthly Statement. March 1, 1901. 65— Grade Crossings, East Boston, communication from corporation counsel as to progress made in abolition. 66– Auditor’s Monthly Eazhibit. March 8, 1901. 67 – Orders Establishing the Several Appropriations and Levying a Specific Taa: for the financial year ending January 31, 1902. 68 – Auditor’s Monthly Eaohibit. March 13, 1901. 69 – Auditor’s Monthly Eachibit. April 1, 1901. 70— City Treasurer's Monthly Statement. April 1, 1901. 71— West End Street Railway Company, 211th location. April 1, 1901. 72 — West End Street Railway Company, 212th location. April 1, 1901.