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their choice, and until another Board are chosen in their stead, in pursuance of this Act. section 12. Be it further enacted, That the said Cemetery shall be and hereby is declared exempted from all public taxes, so long as the same shall remain dedicated to the purposes of a Cemetery. In House of Representatives, March 27, 1835. Passed to be enacted. Julius Rockwell, Speaker. In Senate, March 28, 1835. Passed to be enacted. George Bliss, President. March 31, 1835. approvedd. Samuel T. Armstrong. A true Copy. Attest. Edward D. Bangs, Secretary of thee Commonwealth. The amount paid by these proprietors to the Horticultural Society, under the articles of separation, was $4,223,42. The original cost of the land was $9,766,89. The quantity, in all, is one hundred and ten and a quarter acres, a piece having been added, on the west side, to the first purchase. The total cost of grounds and improvements, up to the close of the year last past, is $34,107,57. The whole number of
Appendix V: Officers of the corporation. Joseph Story, President. George Bond, Treasurer, Office 9 Kilby Street. B. R. Curtis, Secretary, Office 16 Court Street. Trustees. Samuel T. Armstrong, Jacob Bigelow, George Bond, Martin Brimmer, Charles P. Curtis, Benjamin R. Curtis, Benjamin A. Gould, Isaac Parker, James Read, Joseph Story. Committee on lots. George Bond, Jacob Bigelow, Charles P. Curtis. Superintendent, James W. Russell. Terms of subscription. The price of a lot of 300 superficial feet is Eighty Dollars, and in proportion for a larger lot. Selections may be made on the following terms, and the person who first reports his selection to the Secretary, is entitled to a preference, to wit: 1. From any lots numbered 1 to 350 inclusive and unsold, (a choice from these having been offered by auction) at par. 2. From the remaining lots laid out and unsold, on payment of Ten Dollars. 3. From any other part of the Cemete