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The bill permitting the construction of a draw less bridge across the Charles River at Boylston street to the Stadium which has recently passed Congress, was signed yesterday by President Taft. In order to make this enactment operative, a bill must be passed by the Massachusetts legislature assessing the damages to property which would be caused by building a draw less bridge with a 12-foot archway. Although no opposition to such action on the part of the Legislature has developed, the bill can be introduced in the present Legislature only be suspension of the rules, since the date for introducing new bills is long past by.

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