Trustees Records, Vol. 7, 1886 (page 366)

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on behalf of the Corporation, to execute and deliver a
contract for the necessary work at a cost not exceeding
Four Thousand dollars, the same to be in accordance
with the Superintendent's plans and specifications.

Tomb charge waived, Lot 1209 for hollow Monument for Urns
A communication was received from the Superintendent
stating that an application had been made by Charles
P. Bowditch, esquire, for permission to erect on Lot No. 1209
a hollow Monument for the reception of Urns containing
the ashes of cremated bodies, but that before issuing
a permit for that purpose, he desired to know whether
he should require the payment of the fee of Fifty dollars
provided by the vote of the Board of Trustees passed May
5, 1862
. Voted that, in view of the character of the
proposed structure, the Superintendent be authorized to
waive such payment, provided that in other respects the
proposed erection was satisfactory to the Committee on Lots.

Dissolved

Lewis G. Farmer,

Secretary

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October 17. Meeting
October 17, 1906.

The Monthly Meeting of the Board of Trustees was held
as notified, on Wednesday, October 17, 1906, at 12 o'clock, M.

Present, the Presdident and Messrs. Beal, Cheever
Choate, Foster, Hemenway, Hobbs, Jones, Watson and
Whitney.

Records
The records of the meeting of September 19, were read

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Of NOTE: application had been made by Charles P. Bowditch, esquire, for permission to erect on Lot No. 1209 a hollow Monument for the reception of Urns containing the ashes of cremated bodies,