ADMINISTRATION OF THE GOVERNMENT (Chapters 1 through 182)
PUBLIC SAFETY AND GOOD ORDER
TENEMENT HOUSES IN TOWNS
Notice of person controlling tenements; filing; contents; fees
Section 59. The owner of a tenement house and every lessee of the whole house or of two or more tenements therein, or the agent of the owner or other person having control of a tenement house, shall annually during the month of April file in the office of the town clerk a notice containing his name and address, and also a description of the property, by street number or otherwise, as the case may be, in such manner as will enable the board of health and building inspector easily to find the same; and also the number of apartments in each house, the number of rooms in each apartment, and the number of families occupying the apartments. Such owner shall pay to the said clerk at the time of filing the said notice and description the fee provided by clause (74) of section thirty-four of chapter two hundred and sixty-two.