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An Act in Addition to an Act to Provide for the Regulation and Inspection of Buildings, The More Effecttal [Sic] Prevention of Fire, And the Better Preservation of Life and Property in Boston

By Boston Mass. Acts and Laws

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Title: An Act in Addition to an Act to Provide for the Regulation and Inspection of Buildings, The More Effecttal [Sic] Prevention of Fire, And the Better Preservation of Life and Property in Boston  
Author: Boston Mass. Acts and Laws
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Language: English
Subject: Building laws, Architects--Legal status, laws, etc., Zoning law
Collections: American Libraries Collection
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Publication Date:
1870
Publisher: Boston

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