ADMINISTRATION OF THE GOVERNMENT (Chapters 1 through 182)
PROPRIETORS OF WHARVES, REAL ESTATE LYING IN COMMON, AND GENERAL FIELDS
Enclosure by proprietor of own land; effect on common field
Section 34. A proprietor may enclose his land at his own expense; and, so long as he keeps it enclosed with a sufficient fence, may cultivate and use it as he thinks fit; and during such period, so far as such enclosed land is concerned, he shall neither be assessed for any expenses incident to the common field nor exercise any control over the portion thereof not enclosed.