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Full text of "Annual report of the receipts and expenditures of the city of Concord"

ANNUAL REPORT 



Cnr OF CONCORD 




1933 



HItW 

STATE L«RA.HY< 



1933 

EIGHTY-FIRST ANNUAL REPORT 



OF THE 



RECEIPTS AND EXPENDITURES 



OF THE 



CITY OF CONCORD 



FOR THE 



YEAR ENDING DECEMBER 31, 1933 

Together with other Annual Reports and 
Papers relating to the Affairs of the City 




BRIDGE a BYRON 
CONCORD. N. H. 



MA 
1533 

MUNICIPAL REGULATIONS 
For Payment of Bills Against the City 



All persons furnishing materials or serviee for the city, 
or aid to the city poor, should be particular to take the 
name of the person ordering such service, material, or aid, 
and should huow that the person is duly authorized to 
contract such liability. 

The cit}^ will not be holden for merchandise sold or 
delivered on city poor account, except on the written order 
of the overseer of the poor, and for no longer time than 
until his successor shall have been appointed and qualified. 

Duplicate copies M-ill be required of all bills payable by 
the city, furnished on county poor account. 

All bills against the city must be api)roved by the person 
authorizing the charge ; and unless this is done, no action 
can be had upon the bill by the Committee on Accounts 
and Claims, and no order will be given for its payment. 

Bills so certified should be left with the city clerk on or 
before the second day of the month. 

If approved by the Committee on Accounts and Claims, 
they Avill be ready for payment on Thursday following the 
regular monthly meeting of the city government. 

The regular monthly meetings of the city government 
occur on the second Mondaj^ of each month. 

ARTHUR E. ROBY, 

CiUj Clerk. 



ORDINANCES AND RESOLUTIONS 
Passed During the Year Ending January 19, 1934. 



An Ordinance in amendment of section 3, CHAPTsat 13 of 

THE revised* ordinances OF THE CiTY OF CONCORD. 

Be it ordained by the Board of Alderman of the City of Concord, 
as follows: 

1. That Section 3 of Chapter 13 of the Revised Ordinances 
of the City of Concord be amended by striking out the w^hole of 
said section and substituting the following: 

"The sanitary officer shall perform the duties imposed upon 
him by virtue of his office, and shall serve all orders and notices, 
and enforce all rules and regulations issued by the board of 
alderman or the board of health, and enforce all ordinances and 
rules relating to nuisances or other conditions affecting the 
health and comfort of the public." 

2. This act shall take effect upon its passage. 
Passed April 10, 1933. 



An Ordinance amending chapter xliii of the revised ordi- 
nances RELATING TO SALARIES. 

Be it ordained by the Board of Alderman of the City of Concord, 
as follows: 

That chapter XLIII of the Revised Ordinances be amended by 
adding thereto the following sections: 

Section 2. All salaries in excess of one thousand dollars 
shall be reduced by ten per cent for one year following the pas- 
sage of this ordinance, except that no salary now in excess of 
one thousand dollars per annum shall be reduced to less than 
one thousand dollars. 

Section 3. This ordinance shall take effect as of April 15, 
1933. 

Passed April 10, 1933. 



4 (ITV OF ('(>.\((>1{I> 

An Ordinance in amendment of chapter thirty-six of the 

REVISED ordinances. 

Be it ordained by the Board of Alderman of the City of Concord, 
ax follows: 

Section 1. Amend Chapter thirty-six of the Revised Ordi- 
nances by striking out sections tv^^o and five thereof and re- 
numbering the remaining sections in order from one to four. 

Sect. 2. This ordinance shall take effect upon its passage. 

Passed September 11, 1983. 



An Ordinance in amendment of section 2, chapter 35 of the 
revised ordinances relating to standing committees. 

Be it ordained by the Board of Alder tiian of the City of Concord, 
as follows: 

Section 1. Amend Section 2, Chapter 35 of the Revised 
Ordinances by striking out the whole thereof and substituting 
the following : 

"Sect. 2. At the commencement of each municipal term, 
there shall be appointed by the Mayor, subject to the approval 
of the Board of Aldermen, the following standing committees 
of the Board of Aldermen : A committee on Finance, consisting 
of the Mayor and four members of the Board of Aldermen, of 
which the Mayor shall be Chairman, and a Committee on 
Accounts and Claims, A Committee on Fire Department, a Com- 
mittee on Lands and Buildings, a Committee on Bills, second 
reading, a Committee on Elections and Returns, a Committee 
on Engi-ossed Ordinances, a Committee on Police and License, 
and a Committee on Public Instruction, each to consist of four 
members of the Board of Aldermen. The first named member 
of each committee shall be the chairman of such committee. 
Said committee shall perform the duties heretofore perfoi-med 
by similar committees of the City Council and Board of Mayor 
and Alderman. 

Sect. 2. This ordinance shall take effect January 23, 1934. 
Passed December 11. 1933. 



RESOLUTIONS O 

RESOLUTIONS 
Resolution donating the sum of twenty-five dollars out of 

THE income from THE DAVID OSGOOD TRUST. 

Resolved by the Board of Aldermen of the City of Concord, as 
folloivs: 

Section 1. That the sum of twenty-five dollars ($25.00) be 
hereby donated out of the income fi'om the David Osgood Trust, 
to the poor children of the French Parochial School, who are 
inhabitants of the City of Concord, for the purpose of buying 
school books for said children. 

Section 2. That said sum of twenty-five dollars ($25.00) be 
paid to and expended under the direction of the principal of said 
school. 

Section 3. This resolution shall take eff"ect upon its passage. 
Passed February 13, 1933. 



Resolution regarding the establishment of a commercial 

RADIO station IN THE CITY OF CONCORD. 

Resolved by the Board of Aldermen of the City of Concord, as 
follows : 

Considering that a radio broadcasting station under capable 
experienced management and operation would be an asset to 
the City of Concord; would supply a radio service of great 
regional value and interest which is not available at the present 
time in Concord ; would provide an additional means of utilizing 
and developing local artistic talent; would serve the business 
interest of this city by providing a powerful publicity medium 
regularly reaching some 150,000 listeners in central New Hamp- 
shire; and would become an important medium of diff'using 
official Municipal and State bulletins, public information and 
instruction, and educational programs through gratis co- 
operation of the radio station on prescribed schedule; be it 
hereby 

Resolved that the proposed building, installing and operating 
of a broadcasting station in Concord on 250 watts output during 



CITY or COXCOUl) 

daylight hours be approved and encouraged as a project of 
public interest, convenience and necessity. And be it further 

Resolved that by extending its hours of operation until 
8:00 P. M., E. S. T. at least one night weekly the public value 
of this station as the voice of the Capitol, by reaching more 
people over a greater area during these early evening hours, 
would be greatly augmented, and is therefore desirable. 

Passed March 13, 1933. 



Resolution authorizing the city solicitor to file a com- 
plaint IN THE NAME OF THE CITY OF CONCORD WITH THE 

public service commission against the new england 
te:lephone and telegraph co. 

Resolved by the Boiod of Aldetnueu of the City of Concord, as 
follows: 

Whereas it appears that the tariffs charged by the New 
England Telephone and Telegraph Company for hand sets, so 
called, and for extension telephones and cords are unreasonable, 
unjust and excessive. 

Now, therefore, be it resolved that the City Solicitor be and 
hei-eby is authorized to negotiate with the New England Tele- 
phone and Telegraph Company with a view to obtaining a de- 
crease in said tariffs, and file a complaint in the name of the 
City with the Public Service Commission against the New 
England Telephone and Telegi'aph Company for the purpose of 
obtaining an adjustment of said tariffs, in this State. 

Passed April 10, 1933. 



Resolution appropriating money for work relief. 

Resolved by the Board of Aldermen of the City of Concord, as 
follows : 

That the sum of five thousand dollars ($5,000.) be, and 
hereby is appropriated out of any money in the treasury not 
otherwise appi'opriated for work relief the same to be deducted 



UE.SOLUTIOXS 7 

from the appropriation for City Poor the amount to be supple- 
mented with funds received from R. F. C. 

The said sum to be expended under the direction of the Over- 
seers of the Poor and for persons receiving City aid. 

Passed April 10, 1933. 



Resolution relating to salaries of municip.\l officers and 
employees. 

Resolved by the Board of Aldetnnen of the City of Concord, as 
follows : 

That the Clerk of the Board of Aldermen be instructed to 
communicate to the Board of Public Works and all subordinate 
boards and committees of the City of Concord, the passage of 
an ordinance reducing the salaries of Municipal Employees ten 
per cent, and request that they take such action as may be 
necessary to effect a reduction in the salaries and wages of 
all employees, except those who receive less than one thousand 
dollars per annum on an annual employment basis and not to 
reduce any salaries now in excess of one thousand dollars to 
less than one thousand dollars per annum. 

Passed April 10, 1933. 



Resolution approving an order of the fire board. 

Resolved by the Board of Aldermen of the City of Concord, as 
folloivs : 

Whereas the Fii-e Board, in its efforts to strengthen the 
department, and bring it to the highest possible degree of 
efficiency, at the least possible cost to the City find it necessary 
to make certain changes, and 

Whereas engine companies number three, five, seven and 
eight are paid a specified sum to be divided among the members 
as the companies shall direct, and 



8 CITY OF rONCOKl) 

Whereas some of the companies were allowing the number of 
members in the company to drop to the minimum requirements 
and 

Whereas at a meeting of the Fire Board held January 5, 
1933 it was voted: "That effective February 1, 1933, Engine 
Co. number three shall consist of two permanent and thirty (30) 
call men, Engine Company number five (5) shall consist of 
thirty (30) men. Engine Company seven shall consist of thirty 
(30) men and Engine Company number eight shall consist of 
thirty (30) men, now therefore be it 

Resolved by the Board of Alderman of the City of Concord, as 
follows: That the above action taken by the Fire Board is 
hereby confirmed by this Board. 

Passed April 28, 1933. 



Resolution in relation to a discount on taxes. 

Resolved by the Board of Aldermen of the City of Concord, as 
follows: 

Sec. 1. That a discount equal to the rate of five per cent per 
annum be allowed on all taxes assessed for the year 1933 which 
are paid on or before June 1, 1933. 

Sec. 2. This resolution shall take effect upon its passage. 

Passed May 8, 1933. 



Resolution authorizing the mayor to deed the alert house 
lot land. 

Resolved by the Board of Aldermen of the City of Concord, as 
follows : 

That the Mayor is hereby authorized to deed to Mrs. E. M. 
Silver in behalf of the City of Concord a lot of land on Wash- 
ington Street, known as the Alert House Lot Land, for a 
consideration of one dollar. 

Passed May 8, 1933. 



RESOLUTIONS 9 

Resolution fixing and determining the amount of money to 

BE raised on the TAXABLE PROPERTY AND INHABITANTS 
WITHIN THE LIMITS OF THE SEWERAGE PRECINCT FOR THE EN- 
SUING FINANCIAL YEAR. 

Resolved by the Board of Alderman of the City of Concord, as 
folloivs : 

Section 1. There shall be raised, and there is hereby ordered 
to be raised on the polls and ratable estates within the sewer- 
age precinct of said City, the sum of thirty-four hundred and 
fifty dollars ($3,450.) to defray the necessary expenses and 
charges of said precinct for the ensuing financial year which 
shall be appropriated as follows: 

For the payment of bonds, $2,500.00 

For the payment of interest that may 

become due on pi'ecinct bonds, 950.00 

Sect. 2. This resolution shall take effect upon its passage. 

Passed May 8, 1933. 



Resolution authorizing the city solicitor to file a petition 

WITH the PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION RELATIVE TO THE 
SAFETY OF THE RAILROAD BRIDGE ON WATER STREET. 

Resolved by the Board of Alderman of the City of Concord, as 
follows : 

That the City Solicitor be and hereby is authorized to file a 
petition with the Public Service Commission setting forth that 
the present bridge crossing the railroad on Water Street is in- 
adequate, unsafe, and dangerous to public travel, and that the 
Commission order the construction by the Boston & Maine Rail- 
road of a proper crossing. 

Passed May 22, 1933. 



Resolution authorizing the sale of the corning flats, so- 
called, AND the execution OF A TRUST AGREEMENT WITH 
FRED A. EMERTON. 

Resolved by the Board of Alderman of the City of Concord, as 
follotvs: 

Whereas, on the fifteenth day of April, 1925, the City of 
Concord, New Hampshire, a municipal corporation, entered into 



10 CnV OF COM (tun 

a lease with Margaret Sullivan and Fred A. Emerton by the 
terms of which the said Sullivan and Emerton became the 
lessees of the so-called Corning Flats at 54 Pleasant Street, 
Concord, New Hampshire, for the terms of their natural lives, 
and the life of the survivor; the lessees paying therefore (1) 
as rent the sum of one dollar per year, (2) paying for all neces- 
sary repairs, (3) protection of the premises from loss by fire 
through insurance in the sum of not less than twelve thousand 
dollars for the benefit of the City of Concord; and 

Whereas, the said Margaret Sullivan has deceased and the 
said Fred A. Emerton is the sole lessee of the said premises: 
and 

Whereas, on the tenth day of April, 1926, an agreement was 
entered into by and between Carl H. Foster, Nathaniel E. 
Martin and Harry H. Dudley, then Trustees of Trust Funds 
for the City of Concord and in behalf of the said City of Con- 
cord, with the Roman Catholic Bishop of Manchester, a corpora- 
tion sole, by the terms of which the said City of Concord agreed 
to sell to the said Roman Catholic Bishop of Manchester, New 
Hampshire, for the sum of fifteen thousand dollars the so-called 
Corning Flats above mentioned, and upon the further agree- 
ment that the City of Concord would deed said premises to the 
said Roman Catholic Bishop of Manchester, New Hampshire, 
as soon as the said Fred A. Emerton should cease to have any 
interest therein: and 

Whereas, the said Fred A. Emerton has expressed himself in 
writing as being desirous of releasing any interest he may have 
in said premises and has agreed to execute any release or agree- 
ment that may be necessary in connection therewith upon con- 
sideration that he shall receive, during the remainder of his 
natural life, the income from the said fifteen thousand dollars 
to be paid to the Trustees of said Trust Funds of the City of 
Concord by the said Roman Catholic Bishop of Manchester: 

Now, therefore, be it resolved : 

(1) That the Mayor be and hereby is authorized to execute 
in the name of the City of Concord a quitclaim deed in behalf 
of the City of Concord for the sum of fifteen thousand dollars 
($15,000.) to the Roman Catholic Bishop of Manchester, a 
corporation sole, to a certain tract of land, situated in said 
Concord, with the three apartment house thereon, known as 
No. 54 Pleasant Street, bounded and described as follows: 



UKSor.iTioxs 11 

"Beginning at a drill hole in a stone post on the 
northerly line of Pleasant Street, said point being 428 
feet easterly of the southwesterly corner of land of 
Charles R. Corning Estate; thence northerly 157.7 feet 
to a stake: thence westerly 27 feet to the westerly 
line of said Corning land; thence southerly by said 
westerly line 160 feet to said street; thence easterly 
47.8 feet to the bound begun at. Reserving for the 
use of the occupants of other portions of the land of 
the said Corning Estate the use of the driveway on 
the easterly side of said apartment house." 

and cause to be transferi-ed to the Trustees of Trust Funds of 
the City of Concord the sum of fifteen thousand dollars 
($15,000.). 

(2) That the Trustees of Trust Funds of the City of Con- 
cord be and hereby are authorized to execute, with the Mayor, 
in the name of the City of Concord a trust agreement with the 
said Fred A. Emerton in which they shall agree to hold for the 
benefit of the said Fred A. Emerton the sum of fifteen thousand 
dollars ($15,000.) during the term of his natural life, and to 
pay the income therefrom when and as earned to the said Fred 
A. Emerton in convenient installments. 

Passed May 26, 1933. 



Resolution authorizing the mayor to give a quitclaim deed 
to frank boulay. 

Resolved by the Board of Alderinan of the City of Concord, as 
follows: 

That the Mayor be authorized in the name and behalf of the 
City, to execute and deliver a quitclaim deed to Frank Boulay 
of Lot No. 4733, Assessor's Map, Sheet 11, taxed to Daniel Q. 
Cole and sold to the City for non-payment of taxes. The con- 
sideration for said lot to be twenty-five dollars ($25.). 

Passed June 12, 1933. 



12 CITY OF coxroRi) 

Resolution fixing and determining the amount of money to 

BE raised for the ENSUING FINANCIAL YEAR FOR THE USE 
OF THE CITY. 

Resolved by the Board of Alderman of the City of Concord, o.s 
folloxvs : 

Section 1. There shall be raised and there is hereby ordered 
to be raised on the polls and ratable estates within the City 
the sum of three hundred sixty-four thousand six hundred 
thirty-five dollars, ($364,635) to defray the necessary expenses 
and charges of the City for the ensuing financial year, which 
together with sums which may be raised on railroads and from 
other sources which are approximately two hundred fifteen 
thousand six hundred ten dollars ($215,610), shall be appro- 
priated as follows: 

City Poor, $15,000.00 

Relief Work, 5,000.00 

Dependent Soldiers, City, 5,000.00 

Old Age Assistance, 10,000.00 

Bonds and Notes 

Bridge, $4,000.00 

City Hall and Auditorium, 5,000.00 

Public Improvement, 19,000.00 

Departmental Equipment, 4,000.00 

Cemetery Trust Note, 5,797.39 

Public Impi'ovement and Refund, 10,500.00 

Public Park, 5,000.00 



$53,297.39 

Cemeteries, $13,000.00 

City Hall and Audit or in ni 

Salary, Mes.senger, $1,393.75 

Salary, Janitor, 1,159.60 

Fuel, 2,200.00 

Lights, 1,000.00 

Insurance, 2,000.00 

Incidentals, 952.00 

$8,705.35 



RESOrj'TIONS 13 

Mayor 

Salary, $1,858.31 

Incidentals, 250.00 



City Clerk 



$2,108.31 



Salary, City Clerk, 
Salary, Clerk, Board 
Salary, Clerks, 
Auto Upkeep, 
Incidentals, 


Public Works, 

City Solicitor 
City Treasurer 


$2,100.63 

200.00 

4,200.00 

400.00 

700.00 


Salary, Solicitor, 
Incidentals, 


$7,600.63 

$1,000.00 
50.00 


Salary, Treasurer, 
Clerk Hire, 
Incidentals, 


$1,050.00 

$1,215.00 
400.00 
425.00 


City Physicians, 
Care, City Clocks, 


$2,040.00 
$700.00 
$110.00 



Sealer of Weights and Measures 
Salary, Weigher, $720.00 

Incidentals, 200.00 



$920.00 

Police Court 

Salary, Judge, $1,672.50 

Salary, Associate Judge, 500.00 

Salary, Clerk, 600.00 

$2,772.50 



1 4 CITY OF CONCORD 

Assessors 

Salary, Assessors, $6,026.66 

Salary, Clerks, 2,134.88 

Auto Hire, 400.00 

Listing Polls, 500.00 

Incidentals, 600.00 

$9,661.54 



Tax Collector 

Salary, Collector, $2,787.50 

Salary, Clerks, 2,126.88 

Postage and Printing, 750.00 

Incidentals, 258.00 

$5,922.38 



Elections 

Salary, Election Officers, $2,800.00 

Incidentals, 900.00 

$3,700.00 



Fire Department 

Salary, Chief, $2,415.83 

Salaries, 34,411.13 

Salaries, Semi-annual, 9,855.00 

Fuel, 1,800.00 

Lights, 1,100.00 

Upkeep, Equipment, 2,200.00 

Laundry, 85.00 

Fire Inspection, 1,000.00 

Fire Alarm, 2,900.00 

Hose, 1,000.00 

Telephone and Insurance, 1,150.00 

Repairs, 1,000.00 

New Equipment, 1,000.00 

Incidentals, 1,000.00 

$60,916.96 



RESOLl TI()X8 15 

Health Department 

Salary, Sanitary Officer, $1,758.31 

Salary, Clerk, 1,000.00 

Auto Upkeep, 400.00 

Fumigation Supplies, 100.00 

Contagious Diseases, 500.00 

V. D. Clinic, 400.00 

Toxin-Antitoxin Clinic, 250.00 

Incidentals, 300.00 

Milk Inspection 

Salary, Inspector, 1,672.50 

Auto Upkeep, 400.00 

Incidentals, 300.00 







$7,080.31 


Department of 


Public Works 




Roads and Bridges, 




$150,000.00 


Garbage, 




30,000.00 


Table Garbage, 




4,360.00 


Sewers, 




10,000.00 


Trees, 




5,800.00 


Engineering, 




4,793.00 


Lighting Streets, 




40,500.00 




$245,453.00 


Incidentals and Land Damages, 




$2,500.00 


Interest Notes and Bonds, 




12,216.25 


Cemetery Trust Note, 




212.55 


Temporary Loans, 




17,000.00 




$29,428.80 


Parks 




Salary, Superintendent, 




1,672.50 


Salary, Employees, 




2,655.00 


Shrubbery and Trees, 




250.00 


Trucking, 




300.00 


Incidentals, 




1,000.00 



$5,877.50 



k; city of ("oxcoud 

Playground and Bath, $5,300.00 

Public Comfort Station 
Salaries, . $960.00 

Incidentals, 740.00 



$1,700.00 

Public Library, $7,500.00 

Police and Watch 

Salary, Chief, $2,415.81 

Salary, Deputy, 2,230.00 

Salary, Officers, 34,252.00 

Salary, Specials, 1,500.00 

Stenographer, 1,011.70 

Repairs, 400.00 

Fuel, 1,450.00 

Lights, 1,300.00 

Auto Supplies, 1,800.00 

Marking Streets, 200.00 

Telephones, 600.00 

Insurance and Gamewell, 712.51 

Keeping Prisoners, 250.00 

Incidentals, 1,000.00 



$49,122.02 



Printing and Stationery, $2,500.00 

Repairs, Buildings, 1,000.00 

Salary, Board of Aldermen, 1,905.00 

Miscellaneous 

Margaret Pillsbury Hospital, $4,500.00 

N. H. Memorial Hospital, 1,500.00 

Memorial Day, 300.00 

Zoning, 250.00 

Recreation Commission, 1,500.00 

Band Concerts, 400.00 

The above to be spent under contract by the Finance Com- 
mittee and the parties affected. 



KESOLITIOXS 1< 

Note: There has been excluded from the budget the appro- 
priations formerly allocated to the Concord District Nursing 
Association and the Family Welfare Society. 

We are, however, in each of the above cases, as well as for 
the Red Cross, furnishing office room including heat and light 
at the expense of the City. 

Sect. 2. In addition to the foregoing there is appropriated 
for the cemeteries of the City one-third of the income from the 
sale of lots and the income derived for the care of lots and 
grading, which sum shall be deposited by the Superintendent, or 
others receiving them, in the City treasury. The care of lots 
for which the City holds ti'ust funds shall be paid from the 
money appropriated for the care of cemeteries, and so much 
of the income of these trust funds as may be thus expended 
shall be deposited in the City treasury at the close of the year, 
and the remainder in each instance credited to the individual 
fund. 

Sect. 3. In addition to the foregoing there is appropriated 
for the use of the Public Library the income derived from Public 
Library Trust Funds. 

Sect. 4. This resolution shall take effect on its passage. 

Passed June 12, 1933. 



Resolution appropriating twenty-nine thousand seven 

HUNDRED sixty-nine AND 41/100 DOLLARS ($29,769.41) TO 
PAY FOR REAL ESTATE SOLD TO THE CITY OF CONCORD FOR 
UNPAID TAXES FOR THE YEAR 1932. 

Resolved by the Board of Alderman of the City of Concord, as 
follows : 

That the sum of twenty-nine thousand seven hundred sixty- 
nine and 41/100 dollars ($29,769.41) be, and the same hereby 
is, appropriated out of any money in the treasury not other- 
wise appropriated, to pay the amount due the City of Concord 
for real estate purchased at the Tax Collector's sale of real 
estate for the unpaid taxes for the year 1932. 

Passed July 10, 1933. 



18 CITY OF CONCOUn 

Resolution appropriating money to pay taxes assessed in 
1932 on non-resident real estate sold to the city of 
concord for unpaid taxes. 

Resolved by the Board of Alderman of the City of Concord, as 
follows : 

Section 1. That the sum of sixteen and 24/100 dollars 
($16.24) be, and the same hereby is, appropriated out of any 
money in the treasury not otherwise appropriated to pay taxes 
assessed in 1932 on non-resident real estate sold to the City 
for unpaid taxes as follows: 

1928 Taxes, $4.64 

1930 Taxes, 5.80 

1931 Taxes, 5.80 

Sect. 2. That the City Treasurer is hereby authorized to 
pay to the Collector of Taxes said amount of sixteen and 24/100 
dollars ($16.24). 

Sect. 3. This resolution shall take effect upon its passage. 

Passed July 10, 1933. 



Resolution appropriating money to pay taxes assessed in 
1932 ON resident real estate sold to the city of concord 

FOR unpaid taxes. 

Resolved by the Board of Alderviun of the City of Concord, as 
follows: 

Section 1. That the sum of eighty-four hundred thii'ty-six 
and 30/100 dollars ($8,436.30) be, and the same is hereby appro- 
priated out of any money in the treasury not otherwise appro- 
priated to pay taxes assessed in 1932 on resident real estate sold 
to the City for unpaid taxes as follows: 

1926 Taxes, $179.79 

1927 Taxes, 393.38 

1928 Taxes, 44.58 

1929 Taxes, 415.88 

1930 Taxes, 455.56 

1931 Taxes, 6,947.11 



RESOT.ITIONS 19 

Sect. 2. That the City Treasurer is hereby authorized to 
pay to the Collector of Taxes the said amount of eighty-four 
hundred thirty-six and 30/100 dollars ($8,436.30). 

Sect. 3. This resolution shall take effect upon its passage. 

Passed July 10, 1933. 



Resolution providing for a discount on taxes. 

Resolved by the Board of Alderman of the City of Concord, as 
follows : 

That a discount of one and one-half per cent ( 1 Vz ''( ) shall 
be allowed on all taxes assessed for the year 1933, which are 
paid within ten days from the date of the tax bills. 

Passed July 14, 1933. 



Resolution in relation to the rebuilding of south main 
street excluding the gas house bridge. 

Resolved by the Board of Alderman of the City of Concord, as 
follows : 

This Board authorizes the Board of Public Works to proceed 
with plans and specifications and go on record as in favor of 
rebuilding South Main Street, excluding the Gas House Bridge, 
providing said money is received from the Federal Government 
on terms of a thirty per cent gift and seventy per cent grant. 

Passed July 25, 1933. 



Resolution relating to overpayments on 1933 taxes. 

Resolved by the Board of Alderman of the City of Concord, as 
follows : 

That the City Treasui'er be and hereby is authorized to draw 
checks of the City of Concord to the following named persons 
and in the following amounts, said sums representing over- 
payments on 1933 taxes, paid to the Tax Collector and deposited 
by him with the City Treasurer. 



20 CITY OF COXCOUl) 

AMOUNTS RETURNED 

No. C'k Amt. 
1.2 Ethel H. Abbott, 38 Cross St., Penacook 2658 $ 3.81 
1.67 Alice F. Brown, 17 Elm St., Penacook .... 2659 .48 
1.161 Fiesco P. Engel, 53 Summer St., Penacook 2660 5.03 
1.192 Wynne H. Fowler, 55 Summer St., Pena- 
cook 2661 12.72 

1.196 John G. Freeman, 120 So. Main St., Pena- 
cook 2662 5.17 

1.205 Helen B. Gile, 42 Washington St., Pena- 
cook 2663 .76 

1.251 Wallace C. Hoyt, 56 Washington St., 

Penacook 2664 41.92 

1.293 Frank M. Laing, 13 Pleasant St., Pena- 
cook 2665 5.06 

1.348 Maud Monroe, 35 Summer St., Penacook 2666 11.18 
1.358 Wm. G. & Jeannette B. Morrill, 11 High 

St., Penacook 2667 3.31 

1.364 Helen F. Mudgett, 47 Jackson St., City 2668 2.05 

1.369 Ada C. Muzzey, 99 High St., Penacook .... 2669 3.39 
1.439 Hattie E. Robertson, 159 So. Main St., 

Penacook 2670 3.24 

1.455 Dr. Arthur J. & Ida M. Rowe, 58 So. Main 

St., Penacook 2671 9.80 

11 Herbert G. Abbott, 193 No. Main St., City 2672 4.88 

39 Elizabeth F. Akroyd, 28 Green St., City 2673 .82 

144 Samuel L. Bachelder, Rt. 5, E. Concord 2674 .34 

171 Nellie S. Banks, 79 Pleasant St., City .... 2675 1.20 

177 Frances C. Barnard, 26 Perley St., City 2676 .84 
272 Martha Hortense Berry, 32 So. Spring St., 

City 2677 .09 

299 Bertha M. Blackwood, 38 Rumford St., 

City 2678 .74 

311 Edward J. Blanchard, 88 Pillsbury St., 

City 2679 3.15 

320 Mathilda C. Blanchard, 3 Cambridge St., 

City 2680 4.79 

420 Mary E. Brower, 32 So. Spring St., City 2681 .50 

484 Edwin G. Burgum, 68 So. State St., City 2682 1.24 

657 Wilbur A. Chase, 38B Kimball St., City 2683 .05 
707 Helen Clarke & Henrietta C. Bemis, 102 

Pleasant St., City 2684 1.82 

730 Mary T. Clough, 82 Rumford St., City .... 2685 1.02 

731 Nellie M. Clough, 20 So. State St., City 2686 1.40 



RESULT TIO.NS 21 

No. C'k Av}t. 

788 Concord Amusement Co., 260 Tremont St., 

Boston, Mass 2687 10.28 

843 Benjamin W. Couch, 4 School St., City 2688 11.64 

863 Thomas W. Cragg, 194 School St., City 2689 1.69 
977 Charlotte F. B. Day, 186 No. Main St., 

City 2690 .75 

1047 Est. Harry E. Dolloff, 139 No. State St., 

City 2691 1.00 

1100 Ellen M. Ducey, 31 Concord St., City 2692 .19 

1120 Frank C. Duncklee, The Weirs, N. H 2693 1.25 

1123 Wm. G. Dunlap, 1 Humphrey St., City .... 2694 .36 

1133 John F. Durrell, 13 So. State St., City .... 2695 1.19 

1182 Marion A. Elkin, 71 So. State St., City .... 2696 4.06 

1192 Sadie L. Emerson, 51 Thompson St., City 2697 1.55 

1196 Gardner G. Emmons, 153 School St., City 2698 .88 
1198 Harry G. Emmons, 2 Westbourne Rd., 

City 2699 41.86 

1217 Evans Printing Co., School St., City 2700 8.28 

1326 Jennie B. Follett, care of John K. Hinds, 

Agent, South St., City 2701 1.06 

1339 Ford & Kimball, Benj. W. Couch, Pres., 

Rr. 41 So. Main St., City 2702 210.30 

1373 Susan F. Fowler, care of Wm. P. Fowler, 
& Edmund F. Leland, Trs., 60 State, Bos- 
ton, Mass 2703 11.61 

1448 Mary D. Gates, 21-23 Fayette St., City .... 2704 1.22 

1552 Helen McG. Graves, 27 Forest St., City 2705 7.98 

1722 Est. Geo. A. Heath, 7 Kimball St., City 2706 .04 

1770 Sarah H. C. Hines, 4 Liberty St., City 2707 1.73 

1775 Edgar C. & Mary Hirst, 11 Tahanto St., 

City 2708 27.37 

1789 George R. Hodge, care of George W. 

Hodge, 11-11 1/2 Gladstone St., City 2709 1.07 

1790 George R. Hodge, 9 Gladstone St., City .... 2710 .41 
1893 Henry L. Huntress, 83 Pleasant St., City 2711 .35 
1959 Alma A. Johnson, 228 No. State St., City 2712 .71 
2701 Carrie F. Knowles, 17 V2 Merrimack St., 

City 2713 .65 

2139 Abbie F. LaHar, 9 Short St., City 2714 .02 

2158 Edward H. Lane, 5 Laurel St., City 2715 .67 

2159 Harriet L. Lane, 30 South St., City 2716 1.06 

2246 Theresa C. Lenahan, 58 So. Spring St., 

City 2717 .65 



_-: cri'V OK coNCoith 

No. C'k Amt. 
2342 Harriet A. Lynam, 74 Washington St., City 2718 1.40 
2346 Alexander D. Lyon, 22 Highland St., City 2719 .22 
2381 Michael J. & Mary A. Mahoney, 34 Mon- 
roe St., City 2720 1.33 

2459 Mary J. Maye, 97 No. State St., City 2721 .87 

2460 George S. Maynard, 9 Badger St., City 2722 .17 
2492 Grace E. McDonald, 29 Laurel St., City 2723 .69 
509 Edward R. McKeage, 37 Lake St., City 2724 .45 

2690 Frank S. Moulton, 12 Maple St., City 2725 1.32 

2737 Maude C. Nason, 10 Holt St., City 2726 .82 

3096 Ellen J. Quinn, 14 Highland St., City 2727 .34 

3116 Leland E. Ramsey, 25 Curtice Ave., City 2728 .37 
3131 Est. Burton I. Reed, care of Mrs. Alice B. 

Reed, Exec, 25 Thorndike St., City 2729 .67 

3170 Maude M. Ritchie, 73 South St., City 2730 .69 

3238 Dr. Walter C. Rowe, 26 Green St., City .... 2731 1.67 
3329 John H. Sargent Est., 16 Eastman St., 

City 2732 .14 

3342 Isaac M. Savage, 56 Rumford St., City .... 2733 4.06 
3437 William Slattery et als., 48 Laurel St., 

City 2734 .33 

3465 George F. & Flora L Smith, 15 Valley St., 

City 2735 5.14 

3578 Carl J. & Agnes J. Strom, 11 Thompson 

St., City 2736 .66 

3596 Dr. Dennis E. Sullivan, 7 No. State St., 

City 2737 .50 

3608 Mary E. Sullivan, 7 No. State St., City 2738 3.20 
3715 Willis D. Thompson, Jr., 24 Ridge Rd., 

City 2739 27.46 

3718 Ella Abbie Thurber, 22 Union St., City 2740 1.23 

3769 Emma Trottier, 1 Foster St., City 2741 .41 

3770 Zepherin Trottier Est., 1 Foster St., City 2742 1.07 

3800 Joseph Unwin, 35 South St., City 2743 .54 

3837 Adolph & Annie Wagner, 77 Center St., 

City 2744 7.01 

3884 Maitland B. & Hazel B. Weeks, 8 Davis 

St., City 2745 4.75 

3921 Fred L. Wheeler, 10 St. John St., City 2746 .21 

3944 Walter W. & Orpha L. Whitehouse, 8 

West St., City 2747 .33 

3988 Mary Leafie Wilson, 69 No. Spring St., 

City 2748 1.40 



RESOH'TIOXS 23 

No. C'k Ami. 

BS8 Franklin National Bank, Franklin, N. H. 2749 2.63 
BS13 Manchester National Bank, Manchester, 

N. H „ 2750 .11 

74P Concord Operating Co., 260 Tremont, Bos- 
ton, Mass 2751 .26 

77P Concord Press, 8 Depot St., City 2752 .82 

88P Cragg Bindery, 8 Depot St., City 2753 .41 

98P Walter R. Davis, 12 No. State St., City 2754 .58 
99P Derby Jewelry Co., A. H. Knowlton, Temp. 

Rec, 81 Washington St., City 2755 .19 

119P Harry G. Emmons, Inc., 62 No. Main St., 

City 2756 6.04 

123P Evans Printing Co., School St., City 2757 1.49 

165P Hancock Drug Store, 132 No. Main St., 

City 2758 1.84 

197P G. R. Kinney Co., Inc., 87 No. Main St., 

City 2759 .34 

Supp. George E. Jemery, 12 Pine St., Penacook, 

N. H 2760 8.61 



$576.04 



Passed September 11, 1933. 



Resolution rbxating to a community park and playground 

ON THE plains. 

Resolved by the Board of Alderman of the City of Concord, as 
follows : 

That lot No. 4497 now owned by the City of Concord on the 
Plains be set aside for the development of a Community Park 
and Public Playground under the direction of the Committee 
on Playgrounds and Bath. The above lot No. 4497 to be used 
for the aforesaid purposes instead of lot No. 4704, Map D, 
which was set aside for said purpose by a resolution passed by 
the Board of Aldermen June 11, 1928. 

Passed September 11, 1933. 



24 CITY OF CUNCOUU 

Resolution authorizing the mayor to execute a quitclaim 
deed covering land on west parish road. 

Resolved by the Board of Alderman of the City of Concord, as 
follows : 

That the Mayor be and hereby is authorized to execute a quit- 
claim deed to Frank E. Dimond for a certain tract of land in 
the City of Concord bounded and described as follows: 

Beginning on the south line of West Parish Road at the 
northwest corner of land of Henry H. Chase and running south- 
erly by the stone wall it being the westei'ly line of said Chase 
land about 792' to an intersecting wall; thence westerly by the 
wall about 335' to the corner thereof; thence northerly by the 
wall about 438' to the highway; thence easterly by said high- 
way about 600' to the point of beginning. Containing 6.64 
acres, more or less. 

The consideration for said deed to be fixed by the Finance 
Committee. 

Passed September 11, 1933. 



Resolution relating to the sale of the franklin school 
LOT (so called). 

Resolved by the Board of Alderman of the City of Concord, as 
folloivs: 

That the offer of J. D. Treisman, offering one thousand dol- 
lars for the Franklin School Lot (so called) be accepted and 
that the Mayor be authorized in behalf of the City to execute a 
proper deed covering the sale of said lot. 

Passed September 11, 1933. 



Resolution in relation to blower equipment for boilers at 
city hall. 

Resolved by the Boa)d of Alderman of the City of Concord, as 
follows: 

That the Committee on Lands and Buildings be, and hereby 
are, authorized to pui'chase and have installed, to the boilers at 



Ki;s()M Tioxs 25 

City Hall, blower equipment for the use of Buckwheat coal at 
an expense not to exceed $500.00. 

Said sum to be taken from any money in the treasury not 
otherwise appi'opriated. 

Passed October 9, 1933. 



Resolution authorizing robert w. brown to act as agent for 
the city in connection with acceptance of alleyways. 

Resolved by the Board of Alderman of the City of Concord, an 
follows : 

That Robert W. Brown be, and hereby is authorized to act as 
agent for the City of Concord in negotiations with property 
owners in connection with the acceptance by the City of the 
alleyways in the compact portion of the City, with the under- 
standing that no expense will be allowed in connection therewith. 

Passed October 9, 1933. 



RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING THE MAYOR AND SPECIAL COMMITTEE 
TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR A LOAN AND GRANT UNDER THE 
PROVISIONS OF THE NATIONAL RECOVERY ACT. 

Resolved by the Board of Alderman of the City of Concord, as 
follows : 

Section 1. That His Honor Robert W. Biown, Mayor of the 
City of Concord, and the special committee appointed by the 
Mayor consisting of Aldermen Waldo S. Roundy, Charles J. 
McKee and Clarence I. Tebbetts be, and hereby are, authorized 
on behalf of said City of Concord to make application to the 
Federal Government under the provisions of the National In- 
dustrial Recovery Act for a loan and grant not to exceed the 
sum of fifty-three thousand five hundred dollars ($53,500) to 
be used for the construction of a sewer system at Concord 
Manor, so-called. 

Sect. 2. And that the said Mayor Robert W. Brown and said 
committee be authorized and empowered to incur such adminis- 
trative and other necessary expenses incidental to the execution 
and filing of said application, as may be necessary, said expense 



26 (irv oi" (((Ncoiii* 

to be charged to the appropriation for incidental and land 
damages. 

Passed October 17, 1933. 



Resolution authorizing the mayor and special committee 

TO MAKE application FOR A LOAN AND GRANT UNDER THE 
provisions of the NATIONAL INDUSTRIAL RECOVERY ACT. 

Resolved by the Board of Alderman of the City of Concord, as 
folloivn : 

Section 1. That His Honor Robei-t W. Brown, Mayor of the 
City of Concord, and the special committee appointed by the 
Mayor consisting of Aldermen Waldo S. Roundy, Charles J. 
McKee and Clarence I. Tebbetts be, and hereby are, authorized 
on behalf of said City of Concord to make application to the 
Federal Government under the provisions of the National In- 
dustrial Recovery Act for a loan and grant not to exceed the 
sum of thirty-six thousand dollars ($36,000) to be used for the 
construction of a sew^er system on Lower South Street. 

Sect. 2. And that the said Mayor Robert W. Brown and said 
committee be authorized and empowered to incur such adminis- 
trative and other necessary expenses incidental to the execution 
and filing of said application, as may be necessary, said expense 
to be charged to the appropriation for incidental and land 
damages. 

Passed October 17, 1933. 



Resolution authorizing the mayor and special committee 

TO MAKE application FOR A LOAN AND GRANT UNDER THE 
provisions OF THE NATIONAL INDUSTRIAL RECOVERY ACT. 

Resolved by the Board of Alderman of the City of Concord, as 
follows : 

Section 1. That His Honor Robert W. Brown, Mayor of the 
City of Concord and the special committee appointed by the 
Mayor consisting of Aldermen Waldo S. Roundy, Charles J. 
McKee and Clarence I. Tebbetts be, and hereby are, authorized 
on behalf of said City of Concord to make application to the 



UKSOM TIOXS 2ii 

Federal Government under the provisions of the National In- 
dustrial Recovery Act for a loan and grant not to exceed the 
sum of fifty-two thousand five hundred dollars ($52,500) to be 
used for the construction of sewer system on the Plains, so- 
called. 

Sect. 2. And the said Mayor Robert W. Brown and said 
committee be authorized and empowered to incur such adminis- 
trative and other necessaiy expenses incidental to the execution 
and filing of said application, as may be necessary, said expense 
to be charged to the appropriation for incidental and land 
damages. 

Passed October 17, 1933. 



Resolution authorizing the mayor and special committee 
TO make application for a loan and grant under the 
provisions of the national industrial recovery act. 

Resolved by the Board of Aldermen of the City of Concord, as 
follows : 

Section 1. That His Honor Robert W. Brown, Mayor of the 
City of Concord and the special committee appointed by the 
Mayor consisting of Aldermen Waldo S. Roundy, Charles J. 
McKee and Clarence I. Tebbetts be, and hereby are, authorized 
on behalf of said City of Concord to make application to the 
Federal Government under the provisions of the National In- 
dustrial Recovery Act for a loan and grant not to exceed the 
sum of eleven thousand dollars ($11,000) to be used for the 
construction of a storm sewer system in the vicinity of Walker 
Street. 

Sect. 2. And the said Mayor Robert W. Brown and said 
committee be authorized and empowered to incur such adminis- 
trative and other necessary expenses incidental to the execution 
and filing of said application, as may be necessary, said expense 
to be charged to the appropriation for incidental and land 
damages. 

Passed October 17, 1933. 



28 ("ITY OF <'(>.\('()UI» 

Resolution authorizing the mayor and special committee 

TO MAKE application FOR A LOAN AND GRANT UNDER THE 

provisions of the national industrial recovery act. 

Resolved by the Board of Aldermen of the Citij of Concord, as 
folloivs : 

Section 1. That His Honor Robert W. Brown, Mayor of the 
City of Concord and the special committee appointed by the 
Mayor consisting of Aldermen Waldo S. Roundy, Charles J. 
McKee and Clarence I. Tebbetts be, and hereby are, authorized 
on behalf of said City of Concord to make application to the 
Federal Government under the provisions of the National In- 
dustrial Recovery Act for a loan and grant not to exceed the 
sum of five thousand dollars ($5,000) to be used for the con- 
struction of a storm sewer system in the vicinity of Prospect 
Street. 

Sect. 2. And the said Mayor Robert W. Brown and said 
committee be authorized and empowered to incur such adminis- 
trative and other necessary expenses incidental to the execution 
and filing of said application, as may be necessary, said expense 
to be charged to the appropriation for incidental and land 
damages. 

Passed October 17, 1933. 



Resolution authorizing the mayor and special committee 

TO MAKE application FOR A LOAN AND GRANT UNDER THE 
PROVISIONS OF THE NATIONAL INDUSTRIAL RECOVERY ACT. 

Resolved by the Board of Aldermen of the City of Concord, as 
folloivs: 

Section 1. That His Honor Robert W. Brown, Mayor of the 
City of Concord and the special committee appointed by the 
Mayor consisting of Aldermen Waldo S. Roundy, Charles J. 
McKee and Clarence I. Tebbetts be, and hereby are, authorized 
on behalf of said City of Concord to make application to the 
Federal Government under the provisions of the National In- 
dustrial Recovery Act for a loan and grant not to exceed the 
sum of ten thousand dollars ($10,000) to be used for resurfac- 
ing of School Street from Spring Street to Lil)erty Street. 



RESOLl'TIONS '2d 

Sect. 2. And the said Mayor Robert W. Brown and said 
committee be authorized and empowered to incur such adminis- 
trative and other necessary expenses incidental to the execution 
and filing- of said application, as may be necessary, said expense 
to be charged to the appropriation for incidental and land 
damages. 

Passed October 17, 1933. 



Resolution authorizing the mayor and special committee 

TO MAKE application FOR A LOAN AND GRANT UNDER THE 
PROVISIONS OF THE NATIONAL INDUSTRIAL RECOVERY ACT. 

Resolved by the Boco-cl of Aldermen of the City of Concord, as 
folloivs : 

Section 1. That His Honor Robert W. Brown, Mayor of the 
City of Concord and the special committee appointed by the 
Mayor consisting of Aldermen Waldo S. Roundy, Charles J. 
McKee and Clarence I. Tebbetts be, and hereby are, authorized 
on behalf of said City of Concord to make application to the 
Federal Government under the provisions of the National In- 
dustrial Recovery Act for a loan and grant not to exceed the 
sum of twenty thousand ($20,000) to be used for an addition 
to the Central Fire Station. 

Sect. 2. And the said Mayor Robert W. Brown and said 
committee be authorized and empowered to incur such adminis- 
trative and other necessary expenses incidental to the execution 
and filing of said application, as may be necessary, said expense 
to be charged to the appropriation for incidental and land 
damages. 

Passed October 17, 1933. 



Resolution authorizing the mayor and special committee 
to make application for a loan and grant under the 
provisions of the national industrial recovery act. 

Resolved by the Board of Aldermen of the City of Concord, as 
follows : 



30 ( iTV OF roNCORn 

Section 1. That His Honor Robert W. Brown, Mayor of the 
City of Concord and the special committee appointed by the 
Mayor consisting of Aldermen Waldo S. Roundy, Charles J. 
McKee and Clarence I. Tebbetts be, and hereby are, authorized 
on behalf of said City of Concord to make application to the 
Federal Government under the provisions of the National In- 
dustrial Recovery Act for a loan and grant not to exceed the 
sum of fifty-three thousand five hundred dollars ($53,500) to 
be used for the reconstruction of South Main Street from 
Freight Street to a point opposite Alosa's Garage. 

Sect. 2. And the said Mayor Robert W. Brown and said 
committee be authorized and empowered to incur such adminis- 
trative and other necessary expenses incidental to the execution 
and filing of said application, as may be necessary, said expense 
to be charged to the appropriation for incidental and land 
damages. 

Passed October 17, 1933. 



Resolution authorizing the mayor and special committee 
to make application for a loan and grant under the 
provisions of the national industrial recovery act. 

Resolved by the Board of Aldermen of the City of Concord, as 
folloivs: 

Section 1. That His Honor Robert W. Brown, Mayor of the 
City of Concord and the special committee appointed by the 
Mayor consisting of Aldermen Waldo S. Roundy, Charles J. 
McKee and Clarence I. Tebbetts be, and hereby are, authorized 
on behalf of said City of Concord to make application to the 
Federal Government under the provisions of the National In- 
dustrial Recovery Act for a loan and grant not to exceed the 
sum of sixteen thousand five hundred dollars ($16,500) to be 
used for the resurfacing of Pleasant Street from Green Street 
to the intersection of Pleasant and Warren Street. 

Sect. 2. And the said Mayor Robert W. Brown and said 
committee be authorized and empowered to incur such adminis- 
trative and other necessary expenses incidental to the execution 
and filing of said application, as may be necessary, said expense 



UKSOM riONS 31 

to be charged to the appropriation for incidental and land 
damages. 

Passed October 17, 1933. 



Resolution authorizing the mayor and special committee 

TO MAKE application FOR A LOAN AND GRANT UNDER THE 
PROVISIONS OF THE NATIONAL INDUSTRIAL RECOVERY ACT. 

Resolved by the Board of Aldeytnen of the City of Concord, as 
follows: 

Section 1. That His Honor Robert W. Brown, Mayor of the 
City of Concord and the special committee appointed by the 
Mayor consisting of Aldermen Waldo S. Roundy, Charles J. 
McKee and Clarence I. Tebbetts be, and hereby are, authorized 
on behalf of said City of Concord to make application to the 
Federal Government under the provisions of the National In- 
dustrial Recovei-y Act for a loan and grant not to exceed the 
sum of nineteen thousand dollars ($19,000) to be used for the 
resurfacing of Warren Street from Main Street to the inter- 
section of Warren Street with Pleasant Street. 

Sect. 2. And the said Mayor Robert W. Brown and said 
committee be authorized and empowered to incur such adminis- 
trative and other necessary expenses incidental to the execution 
and filing of said application, as may be necessary, said expense 
to be charged to the appropriation for incidental and land 
damages. 

Passed October 17, 1933. 



Resolution in relation to the installing of blowers to the 
boilers at city hall. 

Resolved by the Board of Aldermen of the City of Concord, as 
follows : 

That the Committee on Lands and Buildings be authorized 
to have installed at City Hall, blower equipment, complete to the 
boilers at a sum not to exceed $900.00. 



32 (MTV OF coxcouu ■ 

That the sum of $400.00 additional to the said amount of 
$500.00 appropriated October 9, 1933 be appropriated out of any 
money in the treasury not otherwise appropriated for the com- 
pletion of said installation. 

Passed October 17, 1933. 



Resolution authorizing the termination of the trust fund 
created by william j. dooley. 

Resolved by the Dourd of Aldermen of the City of Concord, as 
follows : 

That the Trustees of Trust Funds and the City Treasurer be 
and hereby are authorized to terminate the trust fund for the 
care of the cemetery lot created by William J. Dooley and to 
pay to the said William J. Dooley the principal and any un- 
expended interest which may be in their hands. 

Passed November 13, 1933. 



Resolution authorizing the mayor and special committee 
TO make application for a loan and grant under the 
provisions of the national industrial recovery act for 
the purpose of constructing a crematory at blossom 

HILL cemetery NOT TO EXCEED THE AMOUNT OF $49,000. 

Resolved by the Board of Alderman of the City of Concord, as 
follows : 

Section 1. That His Honor Robert W. Brown, Mayor of the 
City of Concord and the special committee appointed by the 
Mayor consisting of Aldermen Waldo S. Roundy, Charles J. 
McKee and Clarence I. Tebbetts be, and hereby are, authorized 
on behalf of said City of Concord to make application to the 
Federal Government under the provisions of the National In- 
dustrial Recovery Act for a loan and grant not to exceed the 
sum of forty-nine thousand dollars ($49,000) to be used for 
the construction of a crematory at Blossom Hill Cemetery. 

Sec. 2. And that the said Mayor Robert W. Brown and said 
committee be authorized and empowered to incur such adminis- 



KIOSOLTTIOXS 33 

trative and other necessary expenses incidental to the execution 
and filing of said application, as may be necessary, said expenses 
to be chai'ged to the appropriation for incidental and land 
damages. 

Passed November 13, 1933. 



Resolution authorizing the mayor and special committee 

TO MAKE application FOR A LOAN AND GRANT UNDER THE 
PROVISIONS OF THE NATIONAL INDUSTRIAL RECOVERY ACT FOR 
THE PURPOSE OF GRADING, FENCING, AND CONSTRUCTING A 
ROAD AND BUILDING A DAM FOR POND AT BLOSSOM HILL CEME- 
TERY, NOT TO EXCEED $12,000. 

Resolved by the Board of Aldermen of the City of Concord, as 
follows : 

SECTION 1. That His Honor Robert W. Brown, Mayor of the 
City of Concord and the special committee appointed by the 
Mayor consisting of Aldermen Waldo S. Roundy, Charles J. 
McKee and Clarence I. Tebbetts be, and hereby are, authorized 
on behalf of said City of Concord to make application to the 
Federal Govei-nment under the provisions of the National In- 
dustrial Recovery Act for a loan and grant not to exceed the 
sum of twelve thousand dollars ($12,000) to be used for the 
purpose of grading, fencing, and constructing a I'oad and build- 
ing a dam for pond at the Blossom Hill Cemetery. 

Sec. 2. And that the said Mayor Robert W. Brown and said 
committee be authorized and empowered to incur such adminis- 
trative and other necessary expenses incidental to the execution 
and filing of said application, as may be necessary, said expense 
to be charged to the appropriation for incidental and land 
damages. 

Passed November 13, 1933. 



Resolution authorizing the mayor and special committee 
TO make application for a loan and grant under the 
provisions of the national industrial recovery act for 



34 CITY OF (^ONCOKD 

THE PURPOSE OF FENCING AND CONSTRUCTING A WATER 
SYSTEM AT WOODLAWN CEMETERY, NOT TO EXCEED $8,500. 

Resolved by the Board of Aldermen of the City of Concord, as 
follows : 

Section 1. That His Honor Robert W. Brown, Mayor of the 
City of Concord and the special committee appointed by the 
Mayor consisting of Aldermen Waldo S. Roundy, Charles J. 
McKee and Clarence I. Tebbetts be, and hereby are, authorized 
on behalf of said City of Concord to make application to the 
Federal Government under the provisions of the National In- 
dustrial Recovery Act for a loan and grant not to exceed the 
sum of eight thousand five hundred dollars ($8,500) to be used 
for the purpose of fencing, and constructing a water system at 
Woodlawn Cemetery. 

Sec. 2. And that the said Mayor Robert W. Brown and said 
committee be authorized and empowered to incur such adminis- 
trative and other necessary expenses incidental to the execution 
and filing of said application, as may be necessary, said expenses 
to be charged to the appropriation for incidental and land 
damages. 

Passed November 13, 1933. 



Resolution authorizing the mayor and special committee 
to make application for a loan and grant under the 
provisions of the national industrial recovery act for 
the purpose of grading and constructing a water 
system at maple grove cemetery, not to exceed $2,500. 

Resolved by the Board of Aldermen of the City of Concord, as 
follows : 

Section 1. That His Honor Robert W. Brown, Mayor of the 
City of Concord and the special committee appointed by the 
Mayor consisting of Aldermen Waldo S. Roundy, Charles J. 
McKee and Clarence I. Tebbetts be, and hereby are, authorized 
on behalf of said City of Concord to make application to the 
Federal Government under the provisions of the National In- 
dustrial Recovery Act for a loan and grant not to exceed the 
sum of two thousand five hundred dollars ($2,500) to be used 
for the purpose of grading and constructing a water system at 
Maple Grove Cemetery. 



KKSOLITIOXS 35 

Sec. 2. And that the said Mayor Robert W. Brown and said 
committee be authorized and empowered to incur such adminis- 
trative and other necessary expenses incidental to the execution 
and filing of said application, as may be necessary, said expenses 
to be charged to the appropriation for incidental and land 
damages. 

Passed November 13, 1933. 



Resolution authorizing the mayor and special committee 
TO make application for a loan and grant under the 

PROVISIONS OF the NATIONAL INDUSTRIAL RECOVERY ACT FOR 
THE PURPOSE OF GRADING AND BUILDING A NEW ROAD TO PINE 
GROVE CEMETERY, NOT TO EXCEED FOUR THOUSAND FIVE HUN- 
DRED DOLLARS ($4,500). 

Resolved by the Board of Alder-wen of Ihe City of Concord, as 
follmvs: 

Section 1. That His Honor Robert W. Brown, Mayor of the 
City of Concord and the special committee appointed by the 
Mayor consisting of Aldermen Waldo S. Roundy, Charles J. 
McKee and Clarence I. Tebbetts be, and hereby are, authorized 
on behalf of said City of Concord to make application to the 
Federal Government under the provisions of the National In- 
dustrial Recovery Act for a loan and grant not to exceed the 
sum of four thousand five hundred dollars ($4,500) to be used 
for the purpose of grading and building a new road at Pine 
Grove Cemetery. 

Sec. 2. And that the said Mayor Robert W. Bi-own and said 
committee be authorized and empowered to incur such adminis- 
trative and other necessary expenses incidental to the execution 
and filing of said application, as may be necessary, said expenses 
to be charged to the appropriation for incidental and land 
damages. 

Passed November 13. 1933. 



30 (ITV OF rONCOUl> 

Resolution authorizing the mayor and special committee 

TO MAKE application FOR A LOAN AND GRANT UNDER THE 
PROVISIONS OF THE NATIONAL INDUSTRIAL RECOVERY ACT FOR 
THE PURPOSE OF CONSTRUCTING A DRAINAGE SYSTEM AT 
BLOSSOM HILL CEMETERY NOT TO EXCEED THE AMOUNT OF 
$25,500. 

Resolved by the Board of Aldermen of the City of Concord, as 
folloivs : 

Section 1. That His Honor Robert W. Brown, Mayor of the 
City of Concord and the special committee appointed by the 
Mayor consisting of Aldermen Waldo S. Roundy, Charles J. 
McKee and Clarence I. Tebbetts be, and hereby are, authorized 
on behalf of said City of Concord to make application to the 
Federal Government under the provisions of the National In- 
dustrial Recovei'y Act for a loan and grant not to exceed the 
sum of tw^enty-five thousand five hundred dollars ($25,500) to be 
used for the construction of a drainage system at Blossom Hill 
Cemetery. 

Sec. 2. And that the said Mayor Robert W. Brown and said 
committee be authorized and empowered to incur such adminis- 
trative and other necessary expenses incidental to the execution 
and filing of said application, as may be necessary, said expenses 
to be charged to the appropriation for incidental and land 
damages. 

Passed November 13, 1933. 



Resolution to authorize the mayor to sign a quitclaim deed 

of certain LAND NEAR BEACON STREET TO JOHN T. PROWSE. 

Resolved by the Board of Aldermen of the City of Concord, as 
follows : 

Section 1. That the Mayor be and hereby is authorized to 
execute in the name of the City a quitclaim deed in favor of 
John T. Prowse to a certain tract of land near White's Park for 
the sum of one hundi'ed twenty-five dollars ($125), said deed 
to contain a stipulation that should the City at any future time 
desire to purchase a fifteen foot (15') strip of the tract sold, 
he will reconvey the same for the sum of fifty dollars ($50). 

Sec. 2. This resolution shall take effect upon its passage. 

Passed December 11, 1933. 



RESOLI'TIONS .> < 

Resolution authorizing the fire board to pay hospital and 

MEDICAL attention EXPENSES FOR CALL MAN INJURED IN 
LINE OF DUTY. 

Resolved by the Board of Aldermen of the City of Concord, us 
follows : 

That the Fire Board be and hereby is authorized to approve 
and pay hospital bill amounting to three hundred and two 
dollars and fifteen cents ($302.15) and doctor's bill amounting 
to three hundred and sixty-nine dollars ($369.00). 

These bills were incurred in caring for Herbert Geary, a call 
man in the Fire Department, injured while responding to a 
bell alarm. 

These amounts to be charged to the appropriation for Fire 
Department. 

Passed December 11, 1933. 



Resolution authorizing the mayor and special committee 
TO make application for a loan and grant under the 
provisions of the national industrial recovery act for 
the reconstruction of south state street. 

Resolved by the Board of Aldermen of the City of Concord, as 
folloivs : 

Section 1. That His Honor Robert W. Brown, Mayor of the 
City of Concoi-d and the special committee appointed by the 
Mayor consisting of Aldermen Waldo S. Roundy, Charles J. 
McKee and Clarence I. Tebbetts be, and hereby are, authorized 
on behalf of said City of Concord to make application to the 
Federal Government under the provisions of the National In- 
dustrial Recovery Act for a loan and grant not to exceed the 
sum of sixteen thousand dollars ($16,000) to be used for the 
resurfacing of South State Street its entire length. 

Sec. 2. And that the said Mayor Robert W. Brown and said 
committee be authorized and empowered to incur such adminis- 
trative and other necessary expenses incidental to the execution 
and filing of said application, as may be necessary, said expenses 
to be charged to the appropriation for incidental and land 
damages. 

Passed December 11, 1933. 



;>S CITV OF COXCOIti* 

Resolution appropriating the sum of three thousand dol- 
lars FOR THE USE OF THE SPECIAL COMMITTEE APPOINTED FOR 
THE PURPOSE OF FILING APPLICATIONS OF THE CITY OF CON- 
CORD WITH THE ADMINISTRATOR OF THE FEDERAL EMERGENCY 
ADMINISTRATION OF PUBLIC WORKS. 

Resolved by the Board of Aldermen of (he City of Concord, as 
follotvs : 

Section 1. That the sum of three thousand dollars ($3,000) 
be and hereby is appropriated out of any money in the treasury 
not otherwise appropriated, for the use of the special committee 
appointed for the purpose of filing application of the City of 
Concord with the Administrator of the Federal Emergency 
Administration of Public Works to pay the incidental expenses 
incurred by the committee in preparing the applications author- 
ized by the Boai'd of Mayor and Aldermen. 

Sec. 2. All expenses heretofore incurred by said special com 
mittee and charged to incidental and land damages, shall be 
charged to this account. 

Passed December 11, 1933. 



Resolution authorizing the mayor and special committee 
to make application for a loan and grant under the 
provisions of the national industrial recovery act for 
the purpose of constructing the gas house bridge, so- 
called, and approaches not to exceed the amount of 
$45,000. 

Resolved by the Board of Aldermev of the City of Concord, as 
follows : 

Section 1. That His Honor Robert W. Brown, Mayor of the 
City of Concord and the special committee appointed by the 
Mayor consisting of Aldermen Waldo S. Roundy, Charles J. 
McKee and Clarence I. Tebbetts be, and hereby are, authorized 
on behalf of said City of Concord to make application to the 
Federal Government under the provisions of the National In- 
dustrial Recovery Act for a loan and grant not to exceed the 
sum of forty-five thousand dollars ($45,000) to be used for the 
construction of the Gas House Bridge, so-called, and approaches. 



RESOU'TIOXS 39 

Sec. 2. . And that the said Mayor Robert W. Brown and said 
committee be authorized and empowei'ed to incur such adminis- 
trative and other necessary expenses incidental to the execution 
and filing of said application, as may be necessary, said expenses 
to be charged to the appropriation for incidental and land 
damages. 

Passed December 11, 1933. 



Resolution in amendment of section 7 of the rules and 

ORDERS of board OF ALDERMEN. 

Resolved by the Board of Aldermen of the City of Concord, as 
follows : 

Section 1. That section 7 of the rules and orders of Board 
of Mayor and Aldermen be amended by striking out the 
whole thereof and substituting the following: 

"Sec. 7. Standing committees of four members each shall be 
appointed on elections and returns, on police and licenses, on 
bills on their second reading, and on engrossed ordinances." 

Sec. 2. This resolution shall take effect January 23, 1934. 

Passed December 11, 1933. 



Resolution to authorize the leasing of land at the con- 
cord airport. 

Resolved by the Board of Aldermen of the City of Concord, as 
folloivs : 

That the Mayor be and hereby is authorized to lease, and sign 
the necessary documents therefor, from Horton L. Chandler, 
Trustee for the Concord Airport, all parcels of land owned or 
leased by him as said Trustee included in the area shown on 
Map C of the City of Concord Engineer's Plan within the 
boundaries as follows: 

Beginning on the east side of Canterbury Road so- 
called at a point approximately 1,000 feet south of its 
junction with Branch Turnpike so-called, being the 



40 crrv of coxcoun 

southwest corner of lot No. 4555 on said plan, thence 
southerly along said road about 1,400 feet to the land 
of the State of New Hampshire; thence southesterly 
along said land of the State of New Hampshire ap- 
proximately 1,100 feet; thence northerly on a line 
approximately parallel to said Road and about 900 feet 
easterly of it about 2,200 feet to the northeasterly cor- 
ner of lot No. 4553; thence westerly about 900 feet to 
the point begun at; including all rights in and to the 
streets shown on said plan within said boundaries 
which he has. 

Said lease to run for a period of six years from the date 
thereof; to include an option for the City to purchase said 
property during the term of said lease for the total sum paid 
by said Trustee for the purchase of said property, four hun- 
dred ninety dollars ($490.00) ; to be at an annual rental equal 
to the amount of the annual taxes assessed against said prop- 
erty, which average approximately $9.00 per year. 

Passed December 21, 1933. 



Resolution authorizing the mayor to give a quitclaim deed 
to mabel j. russell for four lots in jones park. 

Resolved by the Board of Alderman of the City of Concord, as 
follows : 

That the Mayor be and hereby is authorized to give a quit- 
claim deed, without consideration, to Mabel J. Russell of the 
easterly half of lots Nos. 103, 104, 105 and 106 Jones Park, 
Ward Eight. 

The above lots were originally authorized to be conveyed by 
a resolution passed August 8, 1927, the name of the grantee 
being left off of the original resolution. 

Passed December 28, 1933. 



Resolution authorizing the mayor and special committee 
to make application for a loan and grant under the 

provisions of the NATIONAL INDUSTRIAL RECOVERY ACT FOR 



RESOLUTIONS 41 

THE PURPOSE OF THE INSTALLATION OF BLEACHERS OR A GRAND 
STAND AT THE MEMORIAL ATHLETIC FIELD NOT TO EXCEED THE 
AMOUNT OF $15,000. 

Resolved by the Board of Aldermen of the City of Concord, as 
folloivs : 

Section 1. That His Honor Robei't W. Brown, Mayor of the 
City of Concord and the special committee appointed by the 
Mayor consisting of Aldermen Waldo S. Roundy, Charles J. 
McKee and Clarence I. Tebbetts be, and hereby are, authorized 
on behalf of said City of Concord to make application to the 
Federal Government under the provisions of the National In- 
dustrial Recovery Act for a loan and grant not to exceed the 
sum of fifteen thousand dollars ($15,000.) to be used for the 
installation of bleachers or a grand stand at the Memorial 
Athletic Field. 

Sec. 2. And that the said Mayor Robert W. Brown and said 
committee be authorized and empowered to incur such adminis- 
trative and other necessary expenses incidental to the execution 
and filing of said application, as may be necessary, said expense 
to be charged to the appropriation for incidental and land 
damages. 

Passed December 28, 1933. 



Resolution authorizing the mayor to execute a deed of a 

certain tract of land on borough road to ELMER G. 
WELCH. 

Resolved by the Board of Alderman of the City of Concord, as 
follows : 

That the Mayor be and hereby is authorized to execute in 
the name of the City, a quitclaim deed in favor of Elmer G. 
Welch for three hundred fifty dollars, covering a certain tract 
of land on the Borough Road and being a portion of lot No. 
7272A on the Assessors' Map, said tract to be seventy-five feet 
wide on the northerly side of said tract. 

Passed January 8, 1934. 



42 riTY OF coxcoui) 

Resolution authorizing the mayor to execute and deliver 
a quitclaim deed to arthur m. crowley. 

Resolved by the Board of Aldermen of the City of Concord, as 
follows : 

That the Mayoi- is hereby authorized to execute and deliver 
a quitclaim deed in the name of the City to Arthur M. Crowley 
for lot No. 4525, Assessors' Map, Sheet 115, for the sum of one 
hundred dollars ($100.00). 

Passed January 8, 1934. 



Resolution appropriating money for deficits in the several 
departments. 

Resolved by the Board of Aldermeyi of the City of Concord, as 
follows : 

Section 1. That the sum of twelve thousand seven hundred 
seventy-nine and 53-100 dollars ($12,779.53) be, and hereby is 
appropriated out of any money in the treasury not otherwise 
appropriated, to pay outstanding claims as follows: 

Assessors $132.19 

Dependent Soldiers, City 160.65 

Elections 11.77 

Engineering > 71.20 

Garbage 4,028.73 

Interest, Temporary Loans 4,473.34 

Lighting Streets 470.70 

Playgrounds and Bath 160.61 

Police and Watch 1,532.25 

Printing and Stationery 201.65 

Recreation Commission 318.28 

Roads and Bridges 136.61 

Sewers 632.64 

Trees 448.91 



$12,779.53 



Sect. 2. That thei-e be transferred to the appropriation for 
Fire Department for the year 1933, the sum of sixteen hundred 
ninety-five and 51-100 dollars ($1,695.51), the same being the 
earnings of this depai'tment. 



RESOHTIOXS 43 

Sect. 3. That there be transferred to the appropriation for 
Parks for the year 1933, the sum of one hundred eight and 
24-100 dollars ($108.24), the same being the earnings of this 
department. 

Sect. 4. That there be transferred to the appropriation for 
Police and Watch for the year 1933, the sum of one hundred 
four dollars ($104.00), the same being the earnings of this 
department. 

Sect. 5. That there be transferi-ed to the appropriation for 
Public Library for the year 1933, the amount collected from 
fines. Also that there be transferred to the said Library the 
sum of eight hundred forty dollars ($840.00), this being the 
rent of the battery station on the White Property for the year 
1933. 

Sect. 6. That there be transferred to the appropriation for 
the Recreation Commission for the year 1933, the sum of forty- 
one hundred forty-eight and 12-100 dollars ($4,148.12), the same 
being the earnings of this department. 

Sect. 7. That there be transferred to the appropriation for 
Roads and Bridges for the year 1933, the sum of thirty thousand 
eighty and 31-100 dollars ($30,080.31), the same being the 
earnings of this department. 

Sect. 8. That there be transferred to the appropriation for 
Sewers for the year 1933, the sum of four hundred seventy and 
99-100 dollars ($470.99), the same being the earnings of this 
department. 

Sect. 9. That there be transferred to the appropriation for 
Tax Collector for the year 1933, the sum of five hundred fifteen 
and 31-100 dollars ($515.31), the same being the earnings of 
this department. 

Sect. 10. That there be transferi-ed to the appropriation for 
Trees for the year 1933, the sum of six hundred four and 21-100 
dollars ($604.21) ; five hundred fifty and 81-100 dollars 
($550.81) of this amount being collected on the moth warrant 
by the Tax Collector. 

Sect. 11. This resolution shall take effect upon its passage. 

Passed January 8, 1934. 



44 CITY OF roxroiu* 

CITY GOVERNMENT, 1933 



Mayor and Chainnaii, Board of Public Works 
IIOX. ROBERT W. BROWN 

Office, City Hall 
Salary, $2,000 per anmiiii 



Aldermen-at-Large and Members Board of Public Works 

Salary, $200 per annum, plus $10 per annum to each member of 
Committee on Accounts ami Claims 

Term Expires, January, 1934 
GEORGE W. CONWAY, 89 Center St. 

CHARLES J. McKEE, 7 Badger St. 

EVERETT L. DAVIS, Penacook, N. H. 

Term Expires, January, 1986 
WILLIAM L. STEVENS, 78 School St. 

GEORGE H. CORBETT, 12 Thompson St. 

CLARENCE I. TEBBETTS, East Concord, N. 11. 



WARD ALDERMEN 

Salary, ifl') pi-r annnm, plus $!<• per annum to each member of 
Committee on Accounts and Claims 

Ward 1— WILLIAM H. McGIRR, Penacook, N. 11. 

Ward 2— HAROLD D. MERRILL, East Concord, N. 11. 

Ward 3— OTTO ANDERSON, 8 Fisher St. 

Ward 4— JOHN T. PROWSE, 65 High St. 

Ward 5— RALPH H. GEORGE, 32 :\Ierrimaek St. 

Ward 6— LEVI L. HEATH, 16 So. State St. 

Ward 7— WALDO S. ROUND Y, 125 South St. 

Ward 8— CHARLES A. BARTLETT, Loudon Rd. 

Ward 9— JAMES McGUIRE, Jr., 212 No. State St. 



CITY (!()Vi:uxmi:nt 45 

Standing Committees op the Board op^ Aldermen 

On Accounts and CMainis — 

Aldermen Ronndy, Heath, Conway. 

On Bills, Second Reading — 

Aldermen Stevens, Merrill, Bartlett. 

On Elections and Returns — 

Aldermen McGirr, Anderson, Bartlett. 

On Engrossed Ordinances — 

Aldermen Davis, iMerrill, McGuire. 

On Finance — 

]\Iayor, Aldermen Stevens, Davis, Corbett, INIcGirr. 

On Fire Department — 

Aldermen Tebbetts, Davis, Roundy. 

On Lauds and Buildings — 

Alderman Heath, Anderson, ]\IcKee. 

On Police and License — 

Aldermen McKee, George, Prowse. 

Committee on Playgrounds and Bath — 

Aldermen Prowse, George, Conway, ]\IcGuire, Tebbetts, 
McGirr, Merrill, ]\Irs. Bertha A. Chase, Mrs. Maude N. 
Blackwood, Mrs. Elizabeth R. Elkins, 



4« 



( ITV OI" (ONI "OKI* 



CITY OFFICIALS 



Joseph E. Shppanl 
Clarence O. Philbrick 
Michael J. I>pe 
Fred N. Hammond 
Arthur E. Roby 
Arthur E. Roby 
Arthur E. Roby 
Arthur E. Roby 
Marffarf't A. Speucor 
Wm. H. MoGirr 
Harold 1). Morrill 
Robert J. Kellihcr 
John J. ("rawl'iinl 
W. H. Putnam 
Fred H. I'erley 
Fred W. Lang 
Fred W. Lang 
Fred \V. Lantr 

Everett H. Runnals 
Ellsworth P. Runnals 
William T. Happny 
Fred W. I.ang 
Wm. T. Happny 
Percy R. Sanders 
Grace Blanchard 
Board of Adjuxtment — 



Assessor, Clerk 

Assessor 

Assessor. Chairman 

Superintendent of Cemeteries 

City Clerk 

Registrar ot Vital Statistics 

Clerk of Board of Public Works 



Wards ;^-4-o-6-7-8-!t 



Overseer of the Pi 

Deituty City Clerk 

Overseer of the Poor, Ward 1 

Overseer of the I'oui-, Ward 2 

City Solicitor 

Suiierintendent of City Clucks 

Siii>erintendent of City Clocks, Penacook 

Culb'r of Staves 

Commissioner of IMiblic Works 

Building Inspector, c-r-offirio 

Fence Viewer $2 per day. paid by parties 

interested 
Fence Viewer 
Fence Viewer 
Chief, Fire department 
Board of Hydrant Commissioners 
Board of Hydrant Commissioners 
Board of Hydrant Commissioners 
Librarian 

Mayor, cr-i/ffrio. Chairman. Building Hi- 
speetor,cj--f>/i''irir), and Assistant Btiilding Inspector, ejc-officio 



Salary 

Per Annum 

$2,400 

2,000 

2,000 

2,600 

2,250 

None 

200 

350 

1,750 

30 

10 

1 ,000 

85 



Fred G. Crowell 
Austin B, Preshy 
Frank Atkinson 
Clarence I. Tebbetts 
Dr. Walter C. Rowe 
Dr. Elmer T'. Sargent 
George A. S. Kimball 
V. I. Moore 
J. Edward Silva 
♦Charles K. Palmer 
**Travis P. Burroughs 
W. B, Mclnnis 

George A. Dearborn 
Amos B. Morrison 
Carl H. Foster 
Carl H. Foster 
Percy R. Sanders 
William L. Stevens 
Peter J. King 
John W, Stanley 



City Niessenger 

.Milk Inspector 

Suiierintendent of Parks 

Inspector of Petroleum 

City Physician 

.\ssistant City Pliysician 

Chief, Police Department 

Assistant Chief, Police Department 

Captain, Police Department 

.Sanitary Officer 

Sanitary Officer 

Sealer of Leather, reasonable price, by 

person employing 
Sealer of Weights and Measures 
Tax Collector 
City Treasurer 
Cemetery Treasurer 
Superintendent <il' Water Works 
.Judge, .Municipal Cuiirt 
Associate Judge, Municipal Court 
Clerk, Municipal Court 



-■> 
Fees 
5,000 
None 



2,600 
None 
None 
None 
1.600 

None 

1,500 

1,800 

1,800 

Fees 

600 

100 

2,600 

2.400 

2,000 

2,000 

2,000 



720 
3,000 
1,200 

100 
4,000 
1,800 

500 

600 



♦Resigned January 1. 1933. 
♦♦Elected Jnlv 10, 1033, 
All salaries in excess of .«1,000 
to April 15, 1034. 



subject to 10"^ cut from April 15, 1933 



CITY (JOVKUNMHNT 4< 

CEMETERY COMMISSION 

Two iii<>niliprs appointed in March for three-year term by Mayor subject to 
confirmation by Board of Aldermen. Salary, n<ine. 

Robert W. Brown, Mayor, ex-ojficio. Chairman 

Fred W. Ijang, Clerk, Term expires 1934 

Charles L. Jackman, " " 1934 

Harold H. Blake, " " 1935 

Allen Hollis, " " 1935 

Herbert G. Abbot, ' " " 193(^ 

Harry G. Emmons, " " 1936 



UNDERTAKERS 

Appointed biennially in January by Mayor subject to contirniation by 
Board of Aldermen. Salary, none. 

Hiram G. Kilkenny, ^. Term expires 1935 

Nyron S. Calkin, " " 1935 

Frank J. Kelly, " " 1935 

William H. Hoyt, " " 1935 

HaRLEY BOUTWELL, 'J " lQ2o 



LIBRARY TRUSTEES 

Appointed biennially in .January by Mayor subject to confirmation by 
Board of Aldermen. Salary, none. 

Ward 1 — Charles H. Sanders, Term expires 1935 

2 — Mrs. Armine Ingham, " " 1935 

3— Levin J. Chase, " " 1935 

4— Woodbury E. Hunt, " " 1935 

5— Willis D. Thompson, Pres., " " 1935 

6—1. Eugene Keeler, Clerk, " " 1935 

7— Edward D. Toland, " " 1935 

8— Perley B. Phillips, " " 1935 

9— Dr. Harold J. Connor, " " 1935 



48 ciTV OF ("oNcoun 

BOARD OP EXAMINERS OF PLUMBERS 

Appointed aiiuually in Aju-il liy Mavor. Salary, none. 

Walter C. Rowe, M.U., 

Fred W. Lang, ex-officio. Clerk, 

Arthur W. Brown, Term eicpires 1934 



BOARD OF HEALTH 

Appointed l)iennially in January t)y >rayor siil).ieet to confirmation l>y 
Board of Aldermen. Salary, none. 

Robert W. Brown, Mayor, ex-officio 

Dr. W. C. Rowe, ex-officio, Term expires 1935 

Dr. Thomas M. Dudley, " " 1935 



WATER COMMISSIONERS 

Two appointed annually in March for four-year term by Board of 
Aldermen. Salary, none. 

Robert W. Brown, Mayor, ex-officio 

James W. Jameson, Term expires 1934 

H. H. Dudley, President, " " 1934 

B. H. Orr, " " 1935 

Gardner Tilton, >» »> 2935 

Frank P. Qui m by, " " 1936 

Richard S. Rolfe. " " 1936 

*Patrick H. Cahill, " " 1937 

**Henry P. Callahan, " " 1937 

Burns P. IIodgman, Clerk, " " 1937 

*I>ied Fel)ruary 2S. i;)3S. 
**.\ppointed to lill vacancy. 



( iTV (;()vi;k.\mknt 40 

TRUSTEES OF TRUST FUNDS 

One appointed by >rayor annually in .Taniuuy for three-year term subject 
to continnation of Board of Aldermen. Salary, none. 

Burns P. Hodgman, Term expires 1!);54 

Carl H. Foster, " " 19:^.') 

Harry H. Dudley, " " 19;]6 



PARK COMMISSIONERS 

Two ai»pointed in January for three-year term subject to confirniatioii 
of Board of Aldermen. Salary, none. 

Robert W. Brown, Mayor, ex-officio 

Will J. Drew, Term expires 1934 

*WiLLis D. Thompson, Jr., 

**Franklin Hollis. " 

Gardner G. Emmons, " 

Charles L. Jackman, Clerk, " 

B. C. White, 

Alpheus M. Johnson, " 



1934 
1934 
1935 
1935 
1936 
1936 



RECREATION COMMISSIONERS 

Appointed in April for a term of three years by Mayor subject to confirma- 
tion by Board of Aldermen. Salary, none. 

Robert W. Brown, Mayor, ex-officio 

Dr. C. R. Metcalf, Term expires 1934 

Leigh S. Hall. " " 1934 

Gardner G. Emmons, Clerk, " " 1935 

J. M. Ahern, Chairman, " " 1935 

♦Resigned May 8, 1933. 
** Appointed to fill vacancy. 



50 CITY OF CONCORD 

WARD OFFICERS 

— o — 

Ward 1— WILLIAM II. McGIRR, Moderator 
A. YORK, 1 

GEORGE :\IcGIRR, I Supervisors 

E. LAFLAMME, j 

0. H. HARDY, Clerk 



AVard 2— GEORGE A. HILL, Moderator 
H. F. PIPER, 1 

D. S. MORRISON, [ Supervisors 
PI. W. INGHAM, J 

E. :\I. SABEN, Clerk 



Ward 3— J. HAROLD JOHNSON, :\Ioderator 
JOHN N. ENGEL, 1 

EVA FARNUM, [ Supervisors 

OMAR E. F. EKSTROM, J 
HOWARD P. BLANCHARD, Clerk 



Ward 4— J. S. OTIS, Moderator 

RUSSELL M. FRASIER, ] 

C. M. STRONG, y Supervisors 

MARGARET CHALLIS, j 

W. C. BRUNEL, Clerk 



Ward 5— W. L. STEVENS, Moderator 
E. W. WALKER, 
HAROLD W. GREATOREX, [ Supervisors 
C. E. NASON, J 

FRED E. SPENCER, Clerk 



CITY GOVERNMENT 51 

Ward 6— A. E. DOLE, Moderator 

C. DUNCAN, ^ 

E. W. SALTMARSH, - Supervisors 
W. A. STEVENS, j 

GUY JEWETT, Clerk 

Ward 7— ALLEN N. FREEI\IAN, :\Ioderator 
H. M. FARRAR, ] 

R. S. SIBLEY, I Supervisors 

L. D. CILLEY, J 

G. B. WHITTREDGE, Clerk 

Ward 8— ROBERT E. PHILBRICK, Moderator 
A. J. AYOTTE, 1 

F. SMITH, [ Supervisors 
JOHN HIGGINS, J 

HENRY BOISVERT, Clerk 

Ward. 9— PAUL E. CASEY, Moderator 

WILLIAM DREW. 1 

JOSEPH J. COMI, L Supervisors 

MARTIN H. SPAIN, J 

EARLE W. GAIGE, Clerk 



BALLOT INSPECTORS 

Ward 1— W. H. ROLFE 
G. F. GRIFFIN 
GEORGE KENNEY 
H. G. HARDY 

Ward 2— B. H. :\IANN 
C. E. PERRY 
WILLIAM CARSON 
J. HARRY BATH 



n*^ 



CITY OF (UNCORD 



Ward :}— M. II. PEABODY 

AGNES JOHNSON 
MYLA CHAMBERLIN 
HARRY" ANDERSON 

Ward 4— WINFIELD J. PHILLIPS 
PAUL MANSUR 
HAROLD C. JOHNSON 
ROBERT DEE 

Ward 5— ALBERT LEVENSALER 
EARL F. NEWTON 
J. W. STANLEY 
HAROLD W. HOWE 

Ward y— WALTER WILLIAMSON 
JAMES H. DOLAN 
GEORGE W. LOVE JOY 
DONALD McLEOD 

Ward 7— A. R. HUSSEY 

CHESTER JEWELL 
JOSEPH NAUGHTON 
A. 0. PRESTON 

Ward 8— HAROLD B. AREY 

ADOLPPIE BOISVERT 
SHERRIE F. PETTINGILL 
R. COLETTI 

Ward 9— WILLIAM JOHNS 
FRED COATES 
GEORGE HODGE 
DAVID WHALEN 

Salary Per Anmmi 

Moderators and Ward Clerks, $40.00 

Supervisors— Wards 1, 2, :i 8, 9, 40.00 

Sui)ervisors — Wards 4, 5, 6, 7, 50.00 

Per Diem 
liallot Inspectors, $8.00 



CITY GOVEUXMHNT 



MAYORS OF THE CITY OP CONCORD 



The <irij;in;il charier of the city was adopted by the iiihahitants March 10, 
1S53, and until l.SS() the Mayor was elected aunually. Since ISSd the 
Mayor has been elected for two years, at each biennial election in 
Xoveniher. I'nder the City Charter, adopted May 11, 100!), the Mayor 
was elected, in December, litlO, for one year, and l)iennially there- 
after in Xoveniber beginning in tlie year 1!»11. 



Hon. JOSEPH LOW, 

" RUFUS CLEMENTS,* 

" JOHN ABBOTT, 

" MOSES T. WILLARD, 

" MOSES HUMPHREY, 

" BENJAMIN F. GALE, 

" MOSES HUMPHREY, 

" JOHN ABBOTT, 

" LYMAN D. STEVENS, 

" ABRAHAM G. JONES, 

" JOHN KIMBALL, 

" GEORGE A. PILLSBURY, 

" HORACE A. BROWN,t 

" GEORGE A. CUMMINGS,! 

" EDGAR H. WOODMAN, 

" JOHN E. ROBERTSON, 

" STILLMAN HUMPHREY, 

" HENRY W. CLAPP, 

" PARSONS B. COGSWELL, 

" HENRY ROBINSON, 

" ALBERT B. WOODWORTH, 

" NATHANIEL MARTIN, 

" HARRY G. SARGENT, 

" CHARLES R. CORNING, 

" CHARLES J. FRENCH, 

" NATHANIEL W. HOBBS, 



1858- '5-t 

'55 

1856- '57- '58 
1859- '60 
1861- '62 
1863- '64 

'65 

1866- '67 

1868- '69 

1870- '71 

1872- '78- '74- '75 

1876- '77 

1878- '79- '80 

1880- '81- '82 

1883- '84- '85- '86 

1887- '88 

1889- '90 

1891- '92 

1893- '94 

1895- '96 

1897- '98 

1899-1900 

1901- '02 

1903- '08 

1909- '15 

1916- '17 



54 CITY OF CONCORD 

Hon. CHARLES J. FRENCH, 1918- '19 

" HENRY E. CHAMBERLIN, 1920- '23 

" WILLIS H. FLINT, 1924- '25 

" FRED N. HARDEN, § 1926- '27 

" OLIN H. CHASE,|| 1928- 

" ROBERT W. BROWN,** 1928- '29 

" ROBERT W. BROWN. 1930- '33 

*L»ieil in oflice, January 13, 1850. 
tTerni closed iu Xovember, 1880. 
tTerm commenced in November, 1880. 
§Died in office, November 23, 1927. 
1 1 Died iu office, December S, 192S. 
•♦Elected to fill vacancy, December 12, 1928. 



WATER DEPARTMENT 
1938 



Board of Water Commissioners 

ROBERT W. BROWN, INIayor, ex-officio 

BURNS P. HODGMAN, to March 31, 1937 

HENRY P. CALLAHAN, to March 31, 1937 

FRANK P. QUIMBY, to March 31, 1936 

RICHARD S. ROLFE, to March 31, 1936 

BENJAMIN H. ORR, to March 31, 1935 

GARDNER TILTON, to March 31, 1935 

HARRY H. DUDLEY, to March 31, 193-t 

DR. JAMES W. JAMESON, to March 31, 1934 

PATRICK H. CAHILL, to February 28, 1933 

HARRY H. DUDLEY, President 

BURNS P. HODGMAN, Clerh 

SUPERINTENDENT 

P. R. SANDERS 

CLERK 

ALICE G. COCHRAN 

FOREMAN 

JAMES T. DAVIS 

ENGINEER 

F. JEROME HOYT 



IN MEMORIAM 

PATRICK H. C AH ILL 

Born in Concord, N. H., December 9, 1879 
Died in Concord, N. H., February 28, 1933 ^ 

Member of the Board of Water Commissioners, 
1925 to 1933. 



WATHR DKI'AKT.MKXT 0< 

REPORT OP THE BOARD OF WATER 
COMMISSIONERS 

To the Honorahle Mayor and Board of Aldermen: 

The Board of Watei- Commissioners, in presenting its 
sixty-second annual report by Superintendent Sanders, 
feels that the Avork has been carried on successfully in a 
very active year, with the result that much important work 
has been done. 

On examination of his report, Ave find that there has 
been expended. 

For maintenance, $52,979.77 

For new construction. 7,368.36 

For relaying- distribution pipes in Penacook 

and West Concord, 13,212.19 



Total exjienditures, $73,560.32 

During the year $22,000.00 of the City of Concord Water 
Bonds became due and were paid. Also, there has been 
paid out of the earnings of the water works interest to the 
amount of $11,676.25 on the outstanding City of Concord 
Water Bonds. After the deduction of the above expendi- 
tures the City Treasurer reports a balance as of January 
1, 1934 of $35,536.69 as a balance for the year 1933 on 
account of the Concord Water Works. 

It is gratifying to note that during most of the year the 
height of water in Penacook Lake has enabled our Avater 
system to supply the Avater takers of the city from this 
source, resulting in not requiring the ]uimi)ing of Avater 
from the Sanders Pumping Station at North Pembroke for 
about nine months of the year. This pumping station has 
been practically closed doAAu since March 20, 1933 except 
for occasionally starting the pumps to see if they are in 
AAorking order. 



58 t ITY OF CONCOUI) 

A rather (listurbiiiy activity liai)i)eiie(l last fall when a 
groui) of citizens proposed the takiiio" over of Forge Pond, 
so-called, for the use of a batliiug and swimming pool for 
the public. The water in Forge Pond mingles with the 
water in Penacook Lake and extends from the intake in 
Penacook Lake to the dirt dam and roadway at the West 
Concord end of tlie Pond. To carry the project out it 
was planned to separate the tw'o w'aters by a dam. On 
account of this activity the Water Board felt justified in 
requesting the State Board of Health and the City Board 
of Health to express their opinions of the plan as sug- 
gested, with the result that they both immediately wrote 
the Water Board that in their judgment it Avould be a 
menace to the city's water supply and they would be in 
op})Osition to any such plan. There soon followed a meet- 
ing of the members of the Water Board with Mayor Brown 
present and it was unanimously voted to disap])rove of any 
such project or plan. Since then the matter seems to have 
quieted down and we have heard nothing more from those 
favoring the plan and i)resume the i)roject has been 
abandoned. 

We are still supplying the Avater takers of the system 
from the chief water supply, Penacook Lake, and from 
the height of the water at the present time it would seem 
likely that there would be sufficient water at the Lake to 
supply our system through the coming year. 

Respectfully submitted : 

For the Board of Water Commissioners 
duly authorized, 

HARRY H. DUDLEY, 

President. 



WATKK DEl'AUTMKNT 59 

REPORT OF THE SUPERINTENDENT 



To the Board of Water C(/nntiissiovers: 

I herewith present to you tlie sixty-second annual re|)ort 
of the operations of this (Ie])artuient. 



Receipts 

For water from consumers at tixed 

rates, $6,648.87 
For water from consumers at meter 

rates, 93,425.98 
For water from consumers, 1932 

account, 121.00 

From delinquents, 352.34 

For water for building purposes. 103.00 

For pipe and stock sold and labor, 820.58 

For old brass and iron, 67.56 

For rent of land. 160.00 
For shutting olf and turning on 

water, non-payment of water bills, 16.00 

$101,715.33 

Deduct abatements. 37.76 

$101,677.57 



60 ("ITV OF ("ONCOKlt 

Expenditures 

maintenance account 

General eare and maintenance : 

Salaries and labor, $14,251.11 

Automobile account, 2,060.32 

Supplies and repairs, 2,074.66 

Incidental expenses, 1,166.81 

$19,552.90 

Office expenses, 3,575.73 

Care and repair of hydrants, 1,295.66 

Care and repair of meters, 4,831.46 

Relaying service pipes, 7,913.15 

Leak account, 408.65 

Work at Lake, 1,379.13 

Penacook Park, 112.57 

Painting- East Concord Tank, 491.82 

Repairing road over Dam, 294.20 

NcAv G. M. C. Truck, 884.65 
No. State Street Pumping Station : 

Salaries, 1,565.87 

Power, 1,993.32 

General expenses, 244.83 

Heating, 210.00 

4,014.02 



Sandei's Pumping Station: 

Salaries, 4,381.45 

Power, 3,526.32 

Supi)lies and incidentals, 318.06 

8,225.83 

Maintenance account, $52,979.77 

Relaying in Penacook, 1,583.64 

Relaying main in West Concord to re|)lace 

14" and 12" pipes in 1934, 11,628.55 



WATKU DEl'AIJT.MEXT 61 



CONSTRUCTION ACCOUNT 



Distribution pipes, 3,854.42 

Hydrants, 729.07 

Service pipes, 1,547.98 

Meters, 1,236.89 



Construction account, 7,368.36 

Total expenditures for 1933, $73,560.32 



(J2 CITY OF CONTOKD 

EXTENSIONS AND IMPROVEMENTS 

Distribution pipes relaid and extended : 
14-ineh : 

North State Street in West Concord, fro)u Lake Street 
to Penaeook Road, 3086 feet to replace 14-ineh and 12- 
inch cement -lined pipes now in use to be discontinued in 
1934. 

8-inch : 

Spring Street, Penaeook, 644 feet replacing 8-inch 
cement-lined discontinued. 

Spring Street, Penaeook, from Centre to High Street, 
307 feet. 

Cornell Street, from Clinton to Noyes Street, 392 feet. 

Noyes Street, extended west from Yale to Cornell Street, 
232 feet. 

6-inch : 

Centre Street, Penaeook, south from Park Avenue, 382 
feet. 

Park Avenue, Penaeook. from High to Centre Street, 
315 feet. 

Auburn Street, extended west, 347 feet. 

2-inch : 

Centre Street, Penaeook, extended south from Park 
Avenue, 251 feet. 

South Pembroke Road, extended south, 330 feet. 

li/2-iii*?b galvanized, 31 feet. 

1-inch copper tubing, 45 feet. 

On hydrant branches, 44 feet of 6-inch ; 8 feet of cement- 
lined discontinued. 

Eleven gates were set ; 2 were discontinued. 



WATER DEPAUTM EXT 63 

Two new hydrants have been set : 

Centre Street. Penacook, sonth of Park Avenne. 

Cornell Street, northwest corner of Noyes Street. 

Three old hydrants have been replaced by new ones. 

Forty-six new services have been laid consisting of 1038 
feet of %-inch and 31 feet of 2-inch pipe; of these, 7 were 
relocations of old services and 2 had previously been snp- 
l^lied with another consumer, netting 37 new consumers 
and adding 902 feet of service pipe. 

Forty-four services have been discontinued permanently, 
of which 37 were supplies for standpipes formerly used by 
the street department for si)riiikling streets; 406 feet of 
pipe discontinued. 

Four hundred and fifty-six services were relaid and curb 
valves placed on 120 old services. 

Fifty-one new meters were set and 7 have been discon- 
tinued. 

We have this year completed the program of relaying 
the original cement-lined mains in Penacook as planned 
in 1929. Avith the exception of the main from West Con- 
cord to Stark Street. 

The large number of services relaid in the City was 
occasioned by the resurfacing of most of the streets by 
the Board of Public Works. 

On March 20 Ave resumed su])plying high service from 
Penacook Lake Avith pumping at the North State Street 
station. The Lake Avas at such height that it looked as if 
the normal spring rise Avould make a IcA^el equal to our de- 
mand and above the overfloAV and this ])roved to be a correct 
forecast, for the mean height of the Lake for the year Avas 
183.43, the highest since 1928. 

Respectfully submitted, 

PERCY R. SANDERS, 

Superintendent . 



64 CITY OF roXCORI) 

Pumping Record for Sanders Station for 1933 



Monti 



s .s 



Januaiy 
February 

March .. 

April 

May 

June 

July 

August 

September 

October 

November 

Dect'niber 



177,200 
129,100 
64,200 

155.800 
127,000 
152,100 
128,800 
86,300 
128,300 
128,600 
130,800 



33,344.901) 

30.910,000 

21,078,501) 

319,800 

163,800 

2.735.600 

2,816,700 

1.362.100 

6.974.300 

5.066.500 

96.700 

131.100 



33.522.100 

31.039.100 

21.142.700 

319.800 

319.600 

2.862.600 

2.968,800 

1,490,900 

7,060,600 

5,194.800 

225,300 

261.900 



Total 



1,408.200 



105,000.000 



106,408,200 



Gallons pumped at North State Street Station 

Gallons pumped at Sanders Station - ._ 

Total gallons pumped in 1933 



315,774,000 
106,408.200 
422.182.200 



Record of Electric Pumps at North State Street 
Station for 1933 



Mouth.s 


1 = 
o g 


it) 

C 


K J:- 

. c 

w = 


1 ^ 
a 


Total gals, 
pumped 
Venturi Meter 


tL 

2 

> 
a « 

>■■§ 


Miirch _ _....._ 


12 


6:42 


6,310 


525 


13.0.56.000 


1,088,000 


April _ 


._- 28 


7:20 


15.880 


567 


32.721,000 


1,168,607 


Mav ...- 


31 


7:07 


17,210 


555 


35.309.000 


1.139,000 


June - 


30 


8:09 


19,100 


636 


38.309.000 


1,276,966 


July ...- 


31 


7:26 


18,060 


582 


36,279,000 


1,170,290 


August - — 


31 


7:24 


18,270 


589 


36,030.000 


1,162,258 


September 


...... 24 


7:21 


13,830 


576 


27,916.000 


1,163,166 


October 


27 


7:06 


15,070 


558 


30.441,000 


1,127,444 


November 


30 


6:52 


16,380 


546 


32.697.000 


1,089,900 




31 


6:45 


16,560 


534 


33,016,000 


1,065,032 








Total 


...... 275 




156.670 




315,774,000 




Daily Average 




7:13 




569 




1.148,269 



WATER DEPARTMENT 65 

BONDED INDEBTEDNESS OF THE 
WATER PRECINCT 

-Owe Rate Amount 

Jan. 1, 1934, 41/2 18,000 

Jan. 1, 1935, 41/2 18,000 

Jan. 1, 1936, 41/2 18,000 

Jan. 1, 1937. 41/2 18,000 

July 1, 1934, 41/2 4,000 

July 1, 1935, 41/2 • 4,000 

July 1, 1936, 41/2 4,000 

July 1, 1937, 41/2 4,000 

Feb. 1, 1938, 414 9,000 

July 1, 1938, 41/2 4,000 

Feb. 1, 1939, 41/4 9,000 

July 1, 1939, 41/2 4,000 

Feb. 1, 1940, 41/4 9,000 

July 1, 1940, 41/2 4,000 

Feb. 1, 1941. 414 9,000 

July 1, 1941, 41/2 4,000 

Feb. 1. 1942, 41/4 9,000 

July 1. 1942. 41/4 4,000 

Feb. 1, 1943, 41/4 9,000 

July 1, 1943, 41/2 4,000 

Feb. 1, 1944, 41/4 9,000 

July 1, 1944, 41/2 4,000 

Feb. 1, 1945, 414 9,000 

July 1, 1945, 41/2 4,000 

¥eh. 1, 1946, 414 9,000 

July 1, 1946, 4I/I, 4,000 

Feb. 1, 1947, 41/4 9,000 

July 1, 1947, 41/2 4,000 

Feb. 1, 1948, 414 9,000 

Feb. 1, 1949, 41/4 9,000 

Feb. 1, 1950, 414 9,000 

Feb. 1, 1951, 414 9,000 

$254,000 



66 CITY OF CONCOKl) 

STATEMENT OP COUPON ACCOUNT OP THE 
WATER PRECINCT 



Dr. 

To coupons overdue January 1, 1933, 

and not presented, $167.25 

To coupons due 1933, 11,700.00 

$11,867.25 

Cr. 

By coupons paid, 1933, $11,676.25 

By coupons due and not presented, 191.00 

$11,867.25 



City Treasurer's Condensed Statement of Water 
Works Account 

Carl H. Poster, City Treasurer 

Receipts 

Balance on hand, January 1, 1933, $39,906.26 
Receipts, P. R. Sanders, Superin- 
tendent, 101.677.57 

$141,583.83 

Expenditures 

Orders paid, $72,370.89 

Bonds paid, 22,000.00 

Interest on bonds, 11,676.25 

Balance on hand, January 1, 1934, 35,536.69 

$141,583.83 



WATER I)i:rAKTMENT 67 

SUMMARY OF STATISTICS 



For the Year Ending December 31, 1933 
CONCORD WATER WORKS 

CITY OF CONCORD, COUNTY OF MERRIMACK, STATE OF 
NEW HAMPSHIRE 



GENERAL STATISTICS 

Population by census of 1930, 25,228. 

Date of construction, 1872 and 1931. 

By whom owned. City of Concord. 

Sources of supply, Penacook Lake and driven wells in 

Pembroke. 
Mode of supply, gravity, also pumping- to reservoir for 

high service and fire protection. 

PUMPING 

North State St. Pumping Station 
electric pumps 

One Worthington 8", single stage centrifugal pump, ca- 
pacity 3,800.000 g:allons ])er 24 hours. Motor, G. E., 
100 H. P., A. C. 

One DeLaval 8", single stage centrifugal pump, capacity 
3,600,000 gallons per 24 hours. Motor, G. E., 100 H. P., 
A. C. 

Power: alternating, 3-phase, 60 cycles, 2,200 volts, 1,740 
R. P. M. 

K. W. H. used for year, 156,670. 

Total pumpage, by Venturi meter, 315,774,000. 

Average static head against which pump works, 90 feet. 

Average dynamic head against which pump Avorks, 115.2 
feet. 



08 CITV OF CO.NCUUl) 

Pembroke Pumping Station, Well Supply 

Two 2-.staye Morris electrically operated centrifugal pumps, 
direct connected 125 H. P, Westingliouse motor.s; ca- 
pacity each 1,600,000 gallons per 24 hours. 

One o-stage Morris g:asoline driven centrifugal pump 
operated b}' 175 II. P. Doli)hin C, 6-cylinder internal 
combustion engine, 1,200 E. P. M. ; cai)acity. 1.600,000 
gallons per 24 hours. 

Power: alternating- .■)-|)hase, 60 cycles. 2,200 volts, 1,740 
Pt. P. M. 

Total pumpage by A'enturi meter. 106,408,200 gallons. 

Average dynamic head against which i>ump works, 288 
feet. 

Average suction lift, 15.5 feet. 

Total head against which pump Avorks, 303.5 feet. 

Averag-e static head against which ])umi) works. 207.4 feet. 



DISTIUB L TING SYSTEM 

Kind of pipe — cast iron and cement-lined. 
Sizes — four-inch to twenty-four-ineh. 
Extended — 2185 feet during year. 
Relaid — 652 feet during year. 
Laid to be connected in 1934, replacing nuiins to be 

discontinued, 3036 feet. 
Discontinued — feet during year. 
Total now in use — 151,149 feet, or 85.44 miles. 

Sizes — two-inch and less. 

Extended — 656 feet during 3-ear. 

Relaid — feet during year. 

Discontinued — 258 feet during year. 

Total now in use — 31,577 feet, or 5.98 miles. 

Number of hydrants added during year — public, 2. 



WATER DHrAKT.MENT 69 

Number of hydrants now in use — public, 590, private, 112. 

Number of stop gates added during year — 9. 

Number of stop gates now in use — 1289. 

Number of blow-off gates — 79. 

Range of pressure on mains at center of city — 88 pounds 
high service and -18 pounds low service. 

Services 
Kind of pipe — cement-lined, brass and copper tubing. 
Sizes — three-fourths-inch to ten-inch. 
Extended— 902 feet. 
Discontinued — 406 feet. 
Total now in use — 114,159 feet. 

Number of service taps added during year — 37. 

Number of service taps discontinued — 44. 

Number now in use — 4787 ; also eight houses on ])rivate 
ways. 

Average length of service — 23.84 feet. 

Number of meters added during year — 44. 

Number now in use — 3943. 

Percentage of services metered — 82.36. 

Percentage of receipts from metered water — 93.34. 



70 CITY OF COXCOUl) 

INVENTORY 



Deeeiuber M, 1933 

Plant Investment, $1,582,257.17 

Stock on hand : 

Pipe yard— pipe, 2,188.59 

Hydrants, gates and special castings, 4,729.54 

Shop — machines, tools, meters and 

service pipe, 6,403.70 

Trucks, automobile and supplies. 2,763.69 

City Pumping Station : 

Furniture and supplies, 1,000.00 

Pembroke Pumping Station : 

Furniture and supplies, 500.00 

Water Office : 

Furniture and supplies, 500.00 



$1,600,342.69 



FIRE DEPARTMENT 



To the Board of Mayor and Aldermem: 

In accordance with the requirements of the City ordin- 
ance, I herewith submit for your consideration the report 
of the Fire Department for the year 1933. 

The department responded to 534 alarms. 

Bells Stills Total 

80 454 534 

The number of alarms for this year was ninety less than 
the previous year, and with the greatly reduced fire loss, 
I feel that we can be proud of this record. 

We are gradually reaching the stage where all of the 
apparatus will be in the best possible condition. During 
the past year a ladder truck was installed at the Penacook 
station which will remedy a very serious condition that 
existed in that section of the city. 

This truck was built by the men of the department, sav- 
ing the City many thousands of dollars. No small measure 
of credit is due them for this work. 

Another truck is under construction which, when com- 
pleted, will replace one that has been in service since 1915. 
A light chassis has been purchased which will replace a 
truck that has been in service since 1913. These improve- 
ments will modernize all of the apparatus. 

We still have a serious condition pertaining to ladder 
equipment in the City proper. We are depending on one 
ladder truck which is a situation that should be remedied, 
and I urgently recommend that an Aerial ladder truck 
be added to the equipment of the department. 

The Fire Alarm system is in good condition. New plates 
were installed in the batteries. Under our present system 
of motor generator charging, the plates are renewed eveiy 



<2 t'lTY OF CONCORD 

three years. By installiii<>: rectifiers, the plates would last 
eight years. I respecti'villy recoinmend that the rectifiers 
be installed this coming year. 

All detached keys and glass enclosed key boxes have been 
removed, and all boxes that Avere adapted for such were 
fitted with Quick Action Doors, and others with Peerless 
Door Bolts. 

All hose in the department have been tested and found 
to be in good condition. Six hundred feet of poor hose 
have been turned in to other departments. One thousand 
feet of hose should be purchased during the present year. 

A central telephone switch board was installed in De- 
partment Headquarters which added greatly to the 
efficiency of the department, 

A new running card governing the response of apparatus 
to alarms was installed .Inly 1st, and results so far have 
been gratifying. 

All department stations have been renovated during the 
year. The work was done by members of the department 
at a minimum cost to the City. 

Fire prevention activities have been carried on by the 
permanent force. There were four thousand seven hundred 
and twenty-eight inspections made, all men rotating in 
this work. A great deal has been accomplished in this line. 

I wish to thank the citizens for their hearty co-operation 
with this department pertaining to fire i)revention. 

For the support and co-operation of your board, and the 
heads of departments, I wash to express my appreciation. 

Respectfully submitted, 

W. T. HAPPNY, 

Chief of Depurtment. 



FIKK DEPAUTMENT 73 







Summary 










BUILDINGS 






Value 


Loss 


Insurance 


Insurance Paid 


Net Los-s 


$492,053.00 


$30,429.72 


$370,500.00 
CONTENTS 


$22,897.72 


$7,532.00 


\'alue 


Lo.«s 


Insurance 


Insurance Paid 


Net IjD.ss 


$90,885.95 


$11,926.84 


$57,550.00 
TOTAL 


$7,841.84 


$4,085.00 


$582,938.95 


$42,356.56 


$428,050.00 


$30,739.56 


$11,617.00 



Apparatus and Force. 

CHIEF OF DEPARTMENT 

W. T. Happily Office, Central Fire Station 

DEPUTY CHIEFS 
M. J. IMartin C. G. Howser 

DISTRICT CHIEFS 
F. M. Dodge S. M. Cate 

APPARATUS 

Engine Co. No. 1 — Central Station 

Engine Co. No. 2 — Central Station 

Engine and Ladder Co. No. 3 — Penacook. 

Engine Co. No. 4 — Central Station 

Engine Co. No. 5 — Plains 

Engine Co. No. 6 — South State and Concord. 

Engine Co. No. 7 — East Concord 

Engine Co. No. 8 — West Concord 

Hose Co. No. 2 — Central Station 

Ladder Co. No. 1 — Central Station 

Veteran's Auxiliary Co. (30 men) 

There are twenty-one permanent men, and one hundred 
and seventy call men connected with the Department. 

Sixteen thousand nine hundred feet of cotton jacketed 
rubber lined hose. 



POLICE DEPARTMENT 



Concord, X. H.. January 1. 1934. 

To His Honor, Mayor John W. Storrs, the Honorable Board 
of Aldermen, and the members of the Police Board. 

Gentlemen : 

I respectfully submit my twenty-fourth report of the 
Police Department for the year ending- December 31st, 
1933. 



ROSTER 

Geo. A. S. Kimball Chief of Police 

Victor I. Moore, Depnti/ Chief 

J. Edward Silva, Captain 

Samuel Rodd, Sergeant 
I 

House Officer 
.Mark D. Casey 

Pensioned 

Christopher T. Wallace 
Samuel L. Batchelder 



POLICE DEI'AUT.MIONT 



ti> 



Patrolmen 



J. J. Halligan, 
A. D. Ciishiiig-, 

F. S. Rogers, 
C. H, Curtis, 
A. W. Mclsaac, 
E. G. Densmore, 
P. H. Moore, 

G. D. Doolev. 



T. M. Harrison, 
M. F. Densmore, 
J. G. AndreAvs, 
Will White, 
Percy Davis, 
Josei)h Keenan. 
Delmar G. Thompson, 
Roger E. Sargent. 



Reserve Officers 



Capt. Geo. Abbott, 
Sergt. Nelson E, Strong, 
Thomas Andrews, 
Mark D. Casey, 
Herbert E. Clark, 
Einer F, Grell, 
Bernard Greeley, 
Richard Herold, 
Edw. L. Howland, 
Harry A. Howland, 
Walter B. Huckius, 
Edw. R. Lovely, 
John Kenney, 
Joseph King, 
Timothy J. O'Brien, 
John W. Naylor, 



Denzle M. Rowe, 
Frank Silva, 
Paul Sleeper, 
Francis J. Sullivan, 
Francis M. White, 
Carl Pebbles, 
Perley H. Morse, 
Homer Clough, 
M. Mulligan, 
Walter Beane, 
Addison Martin, 
Cleveland G. Percy, 
William Welcome, 
Roland 0. Fifield, 
Lloyd Carter. 



76 CITY OF CONCORD 

Financial Statement 



Appropriation, $49,122.02 

Department Earnings, 104.00 





$49,226.02 


Expenditures 




Salaries Chief, 


$2,415.81 


' ' Deputy, 


2,230.00 


" Captain, 


1,858.31 


' ' Sergeant, 


1,811.91 


" Regular Officers, 


30,646.87 


" Special Officers, 


3,314.92 


' ' Stenographer, 


1,011.70 


Autos and auto supplies. 


2,025.06 


Fuel, 


1,463.58 


Insurance, 


650.33 


Keeping Prisoners, 


187.95 


Lights, 


1,345.75 


Telephone and Gamewell, 


491.49 


Incidentals, 


924.73 


Repairs, 


138.63 


^Marking Streets, 


241.23 




$50,758.27 $50,758.27 



Overdrawn, $1,532.25 



I'OliU'lO DEPARTMENT 



77 





ARRESTS 




1909 


281 


1921 


553 


1910 


580 


1922 


663 


1911 


1076 


1923 


708 


1912 


1366 


1924 


813 


1913 


1556 


1925 


699 


1914 


1850 


1926 


964 


1915 


1599 


1927 


894 


1916 


1106 


1928 


788 


1917 


1003 


1929 


895 


1918 


492 


1930 


770 


1919 


350 


1931 


819 


1920 


471 


1932 


760 



1933. 



Whole niuuber of arrests. 


760 


Brought before the Court, 


470 


Discharged by tlie Court, 


30 


Released, 


212 


Adultery, 


2 


Aggravated assault. 


1 


Aiding prisoner to escape. 


1 


Appealed to Superior Court, 


8 


Arrests for out of town ofificers, 


77 


Assault, 


28 


Attempt to operate automobile while under the 




influence of liquor. 


1 


Bastardy, 


12 


Beating board bill. 


1 


Begging, 


6 


Bigamy, 


1 


Bound over to High Court, 


27 


Breaking and entering, 


7 


Carrying concealed weapons. 


1 


Committed to House of Correction. 


87 



78 <"1TY OF ("OXCUUD 

Committed to N. H. State Hospital, 14 

Conductino: auto business in residential district, 2 

Continued for sentence, 21 

Counterfeit money, 1 

Disorderly person, 3 

Drunkeness, 241 

Embezzlement, 2 

Escaped from House of Correction, 1 

Escaped from State Hospital, 1 

Evading railroad fare, 1 

Escaped from Industrial School, 3 

Escaped from Jail, 3 

Failing- to return birth certificate, 1 

False alarm, 1 

Fighting, 2 

Forgery, 1 

Fornication, 2 

Fraud, 5 

Fugitive, 1 

Idle person, 5 

Illegal possession, 12 

Illegal transportation, 6 

Inadequate brakes, 5 

Insane, 13 

Jumping bail, 4 

Keeping liquor for sale, 11 

Larceny (attempted), 1 

Larceny (grand), 14 

Larceny (simple), "^ 29 

Liquor violation, 1 

Manufacturing liquor, 1 

Milk Law violation, 1 

Mittimus called for, 28 

Mittimus not to issue until called for, 190 

Nol-prossed, 30 

Non-support, 18 

Number paid fines, 91 



rOLICE nEl'AUTMENT 79 



Operating an autoinobilo while under the in- 




fluence of intoxicating liquor. 


23 


Overspeeding auto, 


8 


Pauper, 


1 


Peddling without a license, 


3 


Phony cheeks, 


1 


Rape, 


1 


Reckless driving, 


13 


Removing trespass sign, 


1 


Rude and disorderly conduct, 


13 


Runaways, 


1 


Safe keeping, 


150 


Selling goods under false pretense. 


2 


Sentence suspended. 


204 


Traffic violation. 


25 


Trespassing, 




Violation automobile laws. 


20 


Violation of parole, 


3 


1933. 




Miscellaneous 





Abandoned autos, 17 

Accidents reported, 186 

Articles reported found, 24 

Articles reported stolen, 6 

Autos reported stolen from Concord, 26 

Autos reported stolen from out of town, 88 

Autos reported found, 37 

Ambulance calls, 246 

Emergency ambulance calls, 61 

Bicycles reported lost or stolen, 21 

Breaks, 51 

Attempted breaks, 5 

Complaints investigated, 808 

Dangerous trees or limbs re])orted, 4 

Disturbances quelled, 109 



80 CITY OF COXrORI) 

Dogs injured or killed by autos, '^7 

Doors or windows found unlocked or open, 593 

Doors tried at night, 948 

Drowning accidents, 2 

Escaped from N. H. Institutions, 65 

Fires, 72 

Holes in street reported, l'» 

Holdups, 7 

Leaks reported (in water pipes), 5 

Lights out or left burning in stores or buildings, 61 

Lodgers, 4,836 

Lost articles reported, 71 

Lost children, 30 

Lost dogs reported, 76 

Officers attending fires. 131 

Police car used for sick persons, 20 

Persons found dead, 6 

Persons, police asked to investigate, 4 

Persons, police asked to locate, 53 

Runaways, 35 

Suicides, 2 

Stray animals, 18 

Vacant houses watched, 9 

Dangerous wires reported, 12 



Respectfully submitted, 

GEO. A. S. KIMBALL, 

Chief of Police. 



REPORT OF THE ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT 



Concord, N. H., Deceuiber :!1, 19;]3. 

To the Board of Public Works: 

Gentlemen: The folloAving is the yearly report of the 
various subdivisions of this department : 

Engineerin(} 

Appropriation, $4,793.00 

Expended, 4,864.20 



Overdrawn. $71.20 

lender the federal P. W. A., we were instructed to i)re- 
pare plans and specifications for the following- Avork: 

Prospect Street, storm sewer. 
Walker Street, storm sewer. 
Plains sewer, combined system. 
Concord Manor sewer, combined system. 
South Street, combined system. 
South Main Street, reconstruction. 
Resurfacing' of South State Street. 
Resurfacing of Pleasant Street. 
Resurfacing of Warren Street. 
Resurfacing: of School Street. 
Fencing Blossom Hill Cemetery. 
Crematory Blossom Hill Cemetery. 
Drainage Blossom Hill Cemetery. 

Grading Blossom Hill Cemetery, Maple Grove Ceme- 
tery, Pine Grove Cemetery. 
Water systems ^Maple Grove and Woodlawn Cemeteries. 
This w^ork required a vast amount of time, as the federal 
government is ver\' exact in detail and text. 



82 CITY OF CUXCOKl) 

An itemized aceouiit of all work done and expenditures 
is kept on a card system, whieli we Avill be pleased to show 
and explain to all interested parties. 

Ninety-eight plans and 2,195 blue prints were made; 
2,718 feet of grade stakes w^ere set; 857 transfers of prop- 
erty were recorded ; 1.802 miles of street were laid out in 
19.'33, bringing the total mileage of streets and roads in the 
entire City up to 182.776 miles. 

The deed book of Blossom Hill Cemetery showing trans- 
fers of lots was brought up to January 1, 1934. 

The following streets were laid out in 1933 : Chase 
Street, Cornell Street, Central Avenue, (Davis Street, 
West Concord), Duncklee Avenue, Durgin Street, Martin 
Lane, Runnells Road, Water Street at River bridge, 
Franklin Terrace. 

The employees of this department have been : Edward E. 
Beane. engineer; C. Fred INIoulton, transitman; Frances 
Richardson, clerk; and Frank S. ^Merrill, accountant, all 
of whom have rendered valuable service to the City. 



Sewers 

Appropriation, $10,000.00 

Receipts, 470.99 



$10,470.99 
Expended, 11,103.63 



Overdrawn, $632.64 



Sewers were constructed in the following streets : 

Dunklee Street, 76 feet-8" Akron 

Cornell Street, 212 "8" " 

Eastman Street, E. C. 102 "8" " 

390 feet 



E\(;iNE10RIX(J DErAUT.MIONT S3 

Eleven catch basins were built and connected; 17 man- 
holes were built. 

There were 92 private pipe plugs and (3-4 main line plugs 
which were immediately removed. 

There were 21 house connections laid. 

A detailed account of every job, bill, etc., is kept in this 
otSce. 

The total mileage of sewers built in 1933 was 0.073. 

The department maintains 57.112 miles of main sewers, 
located as follows: 

City Proper, 

West Concord, 

East Concord, 

Penacook, 

Plains, 

St. Paul's School, 

Total, 

Our regular employees of this department have been, 
William H. Murphy, foreman; Richard Morrill, James J. 
Berryman and Wilbur A. Kendall, assistants all of whom 
have been of great assistance to the department. 



Street Lights 

During the year there were installed electric street 
lights as follows : 3-200 c.p. ; making the total number of 
lights in operation December 31, 1933, as follows : 143-600 
c.p.; 215-200 c.p.; 578-60 c.p.; 552-40 c.p. 

Appropriation, $40,500.00 

Expended, 40,970.70 



42.926 


miles 


3.972 


> > 


2.455 


5 ) 


5.844 


■1 ■) 


0.718 


1 1 


1.197 


> > 


57.112 


miles 



Overdrawn, $470.70 



84 city of cuncoud 

Trees 

Appropriation, $5,800.00 

Receipts, 53.40 



$5,858.40 
Expended, 6,85:112 



Overdrawn, $91)2.72 

lleceived from work on i)rivate trees by resolution. 550.81 



Aetual overdraft, $448.91 

The care of the trees is handled by forces under fore- 
man -I. Kenry Jordan. The work involved has been the 
removing- of dead trees and branches, and the removing of 
brown tail and gypsy moths from the trees in the streets 
and on private property. The work on private land was 
charged to the owner, and it is evident from the number 
of complaints as to tlie cost of removing these pests on 
private ])roperty, that it would lead us to believe that the 
])ro])erty oAvners should care for their own trees. 

Garbage Other than Table Garbage 

Appropriation, $30,000.00 

Expended, 34.028.73 



Overdrawn, $4,028.73 

This work is done by our regular forces, and onr method 
of collecting seems to be satisfactory. 

Table Garbage 

Appropriation, $4,360.00 

Expended, 4,360.00 



i:X(;i XEKUI N(! DKI'A UT.M KNT 85 

The collection of table garbage is done by contract. 
Bert C. Holt has the contract for collection of the ('ity 
proper at $4,000 per year, and Fred Loranger has the con- 
tract for collection in Penacook at $360 per year. 

Eugene Vezina had the Penacook contract until August 
1, 1983, Avhen Fred Loranger took it over. 

Roads and Bridges 

Appropriation, $150,()00.()0 

Receipts, :U),OH().;U 



$180,080.31 
Expended, 180,216.92 



Overdraft, $136.61 

Construction 

The early tha-\v in January and subsequent freezing left 
our tar treated roads in very poor condition. So much so 
that we worked the entire season in trying to bring them 
back to serviceable condition. 995,815 square yards of road 
surface Avere tar treated. 

The street car tracks were taken out, and the City filled 
the depressions and tar treated pavements where this type 
existed ; where the hot-top pavement ])revai]ed the surface 
was given a hot-top treatment. 17.762 square yards in all. 

On Washington Street, Penacook, 450 square yards of 
hot-top was laid. 

Gravel roads were patched, slionlders rebuilt and road 
machined. 

The State, under the Emergency Relief Unem]i]oyed set 
up $21,189.61 for work on Class V roads. This work was 
financed by the Roads and Bridges department and re- 
imbursed by the State. All of the approi)riation was ex- 
pended but $0.09. The labor was obtained from the 
Commissioner of Labor of the State of Xew Hampshire, 
and the following roads were built : 



86 CITY OF CONCORD 

Virgin Road, Intervale Street. River Road, District No. 
4 Road, Hooksett Turnpike, Little Pond Road, Garvins 
Falls Road. Loudon-Penacook Road,. 2 miles, Shaker Road, 
Hot Hole Pond Road. 

Total number of miles built 13.40. 

The City participated to the extent of 1.36 miles addi- 
tional in extension of the roads in the northwest part of 
the city on the Warner and Webster Roads. 

The Federal Government, under the Civil Works Admin- 
istration made several small appropriations and this money 
was expended on the following projects : 

Trees — Project No. 317. We are still working on this 
project. Project No. 278 which is the Runnells Road Con- 
struction is still operating. Project No. 280 which is the 
Snow Pond Road construction is still operating. Project 
No. 364 is for miscellaneous work about the City. Sylves- 
ter Street is being built under this allotment, and about 
500 hitching posts have been removed. This is still an 
active project. 

Bridges 
A new bridge was built b}^ the State over the Merrimack 
River just north of the old lower bridge, and approaches 
are graded complete. The old bridge was removed by the 
State. The Loudon bridge needs replanking, and we pro- 
pose to do this work the early part of 1934. 

CULVEaiTS 

Ten culverts were repaired.. 

Fences 
Guard rails have been repaired, and new ones built where 
needed. This work is continuous work. 

Snow Removal 
The streets and roads were plowed nine times taking 21 
days of time. Total depth of snow 68 inches. Sidewalks 
were plowed 25 times. 



E XUl X EERI NG DE PA RT ^ I V. XT 87 

Cleaning of Streets 

The motor driven flusher was used and three patrol men 
worked on North and South State Streets, North and South 
Main Streets, Park, C-apitol. Green, School, Warren, Pleas- 
ant, Prince and Sontli Streets. 

Garage and Stables 

Both are in good repair. In the fall, the heating- plant 
was condemned and a new boiler installed. Work on 
trucks is noAV all done at the garage by competent workmen. 

Equipment Purchased 

Two Chevrolet iVi. ton trucks for roads and bridges. 
One Chevrolet ly^ ton truck for Sewer Department. 

Equipment Discontinued 

Two International trucks were discontinued as they were 
unserviceable, and parts could not be obtained on account 
of the age of the trucks. 

Sidewalks 

Walks were repaired and new walks laid when petitioned 
for. About four miles of gravel walks were resurfaced. 

The Engineering Department also handles the examina- 
tion of plumbers, plumbing, building and zoning inspec- 
tions. There were 89 plumbing permits issued and 178 
inspections made. 

General 

We have on file in our office, progress maps which show 
the road work done each year. 

Our records are kept on a card system which shows all 
expenditures. We would be pleased to show them to any- 
one interested. 



88 CITV OF CONCOIU) 

Work lias been done for conunittees and departments 
wlien recjiiested. Re(inests from citizens were granted 
Avhen it was possible to do so. 

For the many courtesies extended me by ]\Iayor Robert 
W. BroAvn, the citizens, heads of departments and your 
board, I wish to express m\^ appreciation. 



Respectfully submitted, 

FRED W. LANG, 

Commissioner of Puhlic Works. 



REPORT OF THE BOARD OF HYDRANT 
COMMISSIONERS 



Concord, N. H., December 31, 1933. 
To the Board of Mayor and Aldermen: 

Gentlemen : The twenty-ei^ht annual report of this 
board for the year 1933 is herewith submitted. 

During the year one new hydrant was installed at the 
corner of Noyes and Cornell Streets, and one on Center 
Street, Penacook. 

Respectfully submitted, 

W. T. HAPPNY, 
PERCY R. SANDERS, 
FRED W. LANG, 

Board of Hydrant Connnissioners. 



REPORT OF THE BOARD OF EXAMINERS 
OF PLUMBERS 



Concord, N. H., December 31, 1933. 
To the Board of PKhlic Works: 

Gentlemen: The thirty-fourtli annual report of this 
board is herewith submitted. 

The membership of the present board is as follows : 
Arthur W. Brown, an examined master plumber; Walter 
C. Rowe, M. D., and Fred W. Lang. Commissioner of Public 
Works. Mr. Brown is Chairman of the board, and Fred 
W. Lang, Clerk. 

One application for a master's license, and one for 
journeyman's were received. Two meetings of the board 
were held, the applicants were examined, and the applicant 
for a master's license failed, while the applicant for a 
journeyman 's passed. 

There are four classes of plumbers on the register, and 
are listed as follows : 

Total number of registered masters 6 

Total number of registered journeymen 2 

Total number of examined masters 30 

Total number of examined journeymen 12 

Respectfully submitted, 

A. W. BROWN, 

WALTER C. ROWE, M. D., 

FRED W. LANG, 

Board of Examiiiers of Plnmhers. 



REPORT OF THE BUILDING INSPECTOR 



Concord, N. H.. December 31, 1933. 



To the Board of PuhJic Works: 

Gentlemen : The tenth annual report of your Building 
Inspector is herewith submitted : 

There were 73 building permits issued. 
There were 77 zoning permits issued. 
There were 132 buildings completed. 
There were 47 signs erected. 

The inspections have taken a great amount of time, and 
I feel that the code has been lived up to cheerfully by the 
contractors. 

This department works in conjunction with the Zoning 
Board of Adjustment, and 40 cases were referred to them. 

For the courtesy extended me by INIayor Robert W. 
Brown, your board, the contractors and citizens, I wish 
to express my appreciation. 



Respectfully submitted, 

FRED W. LANG, 

Commissioner of Public Works. 



REPORT OP THE CITY LIBRARIAN FOR 1983 



To Hie M (If/or and Hoard of Aldeniun of the City of 
Concord: 

Gentlemen : 

The Trustees of the Public Library herewith transmit the 
annual report of the Librarian which gives the outstand- 
ing features of its work in 1933. 

Respectfully submitted, 

WILLIS D. THOMPSON. 

President of the Board. 



To the Board of Trustees of the Concord Public Library: 

Gentlemen : 

The past year opened with the library comforting the 
down-hearted ; it ended with the library assisting the hope- 
ful. That is to say, whereas in 1932 we felt that the 
library was a kind of ark whereunto could resort those 
overwhelmed by the flood of dei)ressing and idle conditions, 
before 1933 closed the library was more like a tool-house, 
supplying books for study. The classes formed so eagerly 
under the leadership of Mr. Charles A. Walker and with 
the financial aid of the CWA have needed technical works 
on various subjects, such as Russian grammar, the new 
system of recording finger prints, arts and crafts, mathe- 
matics, dressmaking, chalk talks, etc. 

We ho])e the coming months will make many such worth- 
while demands upon us. 

Circulation statistics are always of interest ; those for 
1933 follow: 



IMlUilC I.IHUARY 93 

Desk 127,717 
Penacook 10.114 

East Concord 1,112 

West Concord 7,8o:i 

Schools :^J-'U 



150,427 



A gain of 6,8o9 but that is small com})ared with 19.')2's 
gain of over 30,000. This let-up in popular reading is 
partially explained by a recent Monitor item saying that 
in a Pennsylvania town the distinct increase in employ- 
ment was accompanied by a 45 per cent decrease in the 
adult reading at the public library. 

Our reading room has not been congested as it was last 
winter when the Trustees of the Shakespeare Room kindly 
allowed its use by women who found all seats taken down 
stairs. 

The reference room was visited by 6,261 persons in search 
of information. 

We have noted among our 1,152 new^ customers a larger 
number than usual of young men. many of these being 
CWA workers. 

Again we have curtailed expenditures which were as 
follows : 

Salaries $5,525.74 

Books and periodicals 1,691.66 

Bindery 670.90 

Printing 135.91 

Fuel and light 540.80 

Incidentals 884.00 



$9,449.01 



Last spring the offer was made to supply the library for 
some weeks with workmen who would be i)aid from the 
City's Unemployment Fund. It was an offer gladly 



[)i CITY OF CUNCOUl) 

accepted; aecordinply durinji' the summer the building and 
grounds were put into better condition than they have 
been in for years. Painting, cleaning, grading, grassing, 
removed the shabby look of the exterior and interior of 
the library. For the general oversight of this good work 
thanks are due the Trustee from Ward S, ^Nlr. Perley B. 
Phillips. 

Toward the close of 1!)3:J we were again benefitted un- 
expectedly, this time through the Civil Works library pro- 
jects put into action in New Hampshire by the State 
Library Connnission. We were informed that two feder- 
ally paid young women coukl help us for ten weeks, along 
any needed line of work. We decided that the taking of 
an inventory was the urgent job. It has been completed in 
season to give in this report the number of bound volumes 
now in the library — namely, 39.355. The same two helpers 
compiled statistics of our 1933 circulation according to 
classes. As always fiction was way in the lead, at 78 per 
cent. That this is a little higher figure than usual may be 
due to the diverting character of the reading especially 
sought nowadays. 

The making of an inventory affords opportunity to dis- 
card some dead matter from the shelves. It also brings to 
light losses by thievery. Works on radio, mechanics, 
stamps, army practice, athletics, the useful arts and even 
some on ])sychology have been purloined. 

Our bulletin board owes its success to Miss Brown who 
dis])lays upon it material ai)propriate to holidays, current 
events and anniversaries. 

Every summer friends of the library have brought to it 
bouquets from their gardens, notably those from Jack- 
lands. Late into last fall Mr. Edwin L. Hutchinson of the 
Ilopkinton Road kept us in flowers. We ahvays welcome 
good fiction when it is brought in to us by people who have 
been Aveeding out their own libraries. 

Once more the library has lost by death a Trustee, 
Charles H. Sanders, the dean among yon in point of 



rrr.ivic lhuiauy 95 

length of service ; he was elected to the office from Ward 1 
in 1891. At this writing it is not known of what his per- 
sonal library consisted which he bequeathed to our Pena- 
cook Branch. 

Nineteen hundred thirty-three brought nie the benefit 
and pleasure of a trip abroad, and I wish to express again 
my gratitude for the long leave of absence. Aifairs at the 
library ran perfectly during the fifteen weeks I was away. 
I had delegated to Miss Dennett the seeing to bills; to 
]\Iiss Brown opening the mail ; to ^Miss ]\Ielvin care of the 
Penacook Branch, and to Miss Holt selection of some mid- 
summer publications. It w^as no surprise to me that the 
staff did all and more than was expected of them, and that 
the interest and assistance of the President of the Board 
were never lacking. 

For during his seven years of direction of the library, 
he approached each problem of the institution with good 
cheer and great tact and stimulated all its activities. The 
public is indebted to him more than it realizes for advance 
steps taken. To his resignation from this Board we are 
not at all reconciled. 



Respectfully submitted, 

GRACE BLAXCHARD, 

Librarian. 



REPORT OF THE OVERSEER OF THE POOR 



Concord, X. 11., Deeeniber ;]1, Idoo. 

To his Iloudr Mai/nr llrown (ind fhc Jlonvtl of Aldermen: 
Gentlemen : 

I herewitli submit my rei)ort as Overseei- of the Poor for 
the year endiny December ol, 19."5.'>. 

Due to the continiuince of the depression period the City 
is giving' aid to approximately 170 city families and ooO 
county families making- a total of r)0() families. 

Immediately after the New Year came in Miss Eunice 
Patch called on me and otfered the assistance of the State 
Unemployment Relief Organization by placing one or more 
trained workers in my office to assist in the work of earing 
for the needy. About the first of February ^liss Elizabeth 
Badger came and along about the first of ^larch 31iss Mary 
MaeKay was sent as added county worker. The above two 
named persons confined their work to investigating home 
conditions of families receiving aid and although they came 
not only as strangers to our City but also to local condi- 
tions their work along these lines was satisfactory. 

July 1, 1933, as you all know, saw a radical change in 
the earing for needy in our State by the passage of House 
Bill 417, so-called, by the 1933 Legislature, whereby a state 
wide organization was set up for said purposes. There 
came into being here in Concord, immediately, the estab- 
lishment of a welfare office with some four or five |)er.sons 
as personiiel which took over the work which 1 had been 
endeavoring to struggle along with, with my regulai- staff of 
clerks in the City Clerk's Department. 

Since July 1, I am still acting in the capacity of Over- 
seer of the Poor and endeavor to co-operate in every jios- 
sible way and render assistance in an advisory capacity. 
I have taken care of all night and week end calls, of which 



POOR DEPART^NrENT 97 

there have been many, by giving direct relief and calling 
medical assistance. As I am more or less familiar -svith the 
majority of our cases they naturally turn to me in an emer- 
gency. 

Dnring the early part of the Spring the Board of Alder- 
men made possible an appropriation for so-called made 
work which was a great help not only financially but to the 
persons receiving said work. 

The expenditures for this department for both City and 
County for the first six months of the year will be found 
in the financial statement of the City of Concord in this 
report. 

The expenditures for the last six months of the year do 
not, however, show up in said financial statement due to 
the fact that I was unable to get them in time from the 
State Financial Relief office to make them a part of this 
report. The expenditures for this period will have to be 
paid out of the appropriations for 1934. I explained this 
matter fully to the Board of Aldermen at a meeting held 
January 8, 1934. 

In conclusion let me exi)ress my thanks to his Excel- 
lency Honorable John G. Winant for the R. F. C. money 
given to the City during the year, to jMiss Eunice Patch now 
State Director of Relief, to Mayor Robert W. Brown and the 
Board of Aldermen, to the Board of County Commis- 
sioners and all private agencies for all the assistance 
rendered during the year both financially and otherwise 
which certainly was a great help in carrying on the work. 

Respectfully submitted, 

ARTHUR E. ROBY, 

Overseer of the Poor. 



REPORT OF THE CITY CLERK 



To the Board of Aldermen: 

Tlie undersigned herewith presents an account of the 
amount received from fees, licenses and other sources for 
the year ending December 31, 1933. 

Mortgages, $168.75 

Conditional sales, 807.65 

Discharges, 33.50 

Writs, 12.00 

Assignment of wages, 6.00 

Marriage licenses, 442.00 

Certificates of record, 80.40 

Resident certificates, 60.00 



Total amount, city clerk fees, $1,610.30 

Theatre licenses, 863.00 

Job team and passenger carriages, . 454.00 

Rent, auditorium, 3,033.00 

Dog licenses, 2,674.18 

Comfort station, 63.84 

Junk licenses, 20.00 

Rent, battery station, 840.00 

Recording pole petitions, 1.20 

Sale Ordinances, 2.00 

Sale city histories, 7.50 

Photostat income, 67.60 

Refund, 5.97 

Library refund, 11.50 

City R. F. C, 11,461.85 

County R. F. C, 2,131.03 

Rent, basement City Hall, 12.00 

Refund poor cases, 218.76 



CITY CLERK 


yy 


Parks, 


108.24 


Refund old age. 


20.00 


State of New Hampshire, 


809.00 


Sale of land, Mrs. Silver, 


1.00 


Sale of land, Myra Green, 


10.00 


Sale of land, Alice Young, 


100.00 


Refund City Hall, 


7.50 


Druggist permits, 


11.00 


Pool table and bowling alley licenses, 


302.50 


Hedgehog bounties. 


3.20 


Circus license, 


25.00 


Unemployment, 


256.50 


Filing fees. 


98.00 


Rent, Rifie Club, 


25.00 


County, 


47,958.86 


Alderman 10% returned. 


48.50 




$73,262.03 


Less Dog License cash, Jan. 13, 1934, 


195.73 




$73,066.30 


Deposited, City Treasurer, 


$73,066.30 


Motor Vehicle Permits 1933, 


$12,751.11 


:\rotor Vehicle Permits 1934 


15,047.19 




$27,798.30 


Less Cash, Jan. 13, 1934, 


125.54 




$27,672.76 


Deposited, City Treasurer, 


$27,672.76 



Respectfully submitted. 



ARTHUR E. ROBY, 

City Clerk. 



1(1(1 CITY OF roxcoun 

Coneoi-d, X. H., January 19, 1934. 

We, the imdersigiied hereby certify that Ave have audited 
the accounts of Artluir E. Roby, City Clerk, and find the 
same correct and said amounts as stated have been de- 
posited by him witli City Treasurer, Carl II. Foster. 

WALDO S. ROUNDY, 
LEVI L. HEATH, 
GEORGE W. CONWAY, 

Committee on Accounts and Claims. 



REPORT OF SEALER OF WE l( J UTS AND 
MEASURES FOR THE CITY OF CONCORD 



To His Honor the Mayor and the Board of Aldermen: 

During the year 1933 your sealer tested !)49 scales, ()24 
of which were found correct and were sealed. 295 were 
adjusted before being- sealed, 15 Avere confiscated, not being 
susceptible of repair, and 15 were condemned for repairs, 
later being reinspected and sealed. 

There were 1,434 weights tested, 1.407 of which were 
found correct and were sealed, 2 adjusted before being 
sealed, 20 confiscated, and 5 condemned for repairs which 
were later reinspected and sealed. 

Of the 5,915 liquid measures tested, 5,879 were found 
correct and were sealed, 5 adjusted before being sealed, 
22 confiscated, and 9 condemned for repairs. There were 
20 dry measures tested and found correct. 

There were 438 tests made of gasoline pumps : 330 indi- 
cated that correct measure was being given and were, there- 
fore, sealed. It was necessarj^ to make adjustments on 85 
of these devices before sealing and condemn 23 for repairs, 
which were later reinspected and sealed. 

It is customary for the merchants to wrap commodities 
in advance of sale and 3,627 reweighings were made of 
such packages with the following results: 21 were found 
over weight, 47 under weight, and 3,559 contained the 
amount indicated on the wrappers. 

There were 9 reweighings made of coal in the process of 
delivery, 4 being found correct, 3 over weight, and 2 under 
weight. 

Twenty-seven cart bodies used for the delivery of wood 
were measured, only 2 of which were found incorrect. 

There were 30 tests made of automatic pumps used in 
the sale of grease at the garages and filling-stations. Three 
were found to measure inaccurately and were consequently 



102 CI'I'V OF ("OXCOiM* 

condemned; the reniaininji' 27 i)iinii)s were found correct 
and were sealed. 

One tank wagon used in tlie delivery of gasoline was 
measured and 8 meters on such veliicles were tested, one 
of which was condemned. 

Numerous re({uests were received from individuals, such 
as for measuring j)iles of loose wood for the purpose of 
ascei'taining their amount, and your sealer responded in 
each instance and in the discharge of his duties endeavored 
to serve the City of Concord and its citizens to the hest of 
his ability. 

Respectfully submitted, 



GEORGP] A. DEARBORN, 

City Sealer of Weights and Measures. 



REPORT OF THE CLERK OF THE MUNICIPAL 
COURT FOR 19^3 



Receipts 
Received for fines, costs and sundry fees $4,206.37 

Expenditures 

Paid for fees of officers, witnesses, 

and complaints and warrants, $248.20 
State of New Hampshire, Commis- 
sioner of Motor Vehicles, 2,078.70 
Treasurer of Merrimack Count}', 225.00 
Clerk's Bond, 5.00 
Postage, printing* and other supplies, 63.10 
Special Justices, 45.00 
Counsel fees in juvenile cases 85.00 
Probation officer, services and ex- 
penses, 180.00 
Balance paid City Treasurer, 1,276.37 



$4,206.37 



Respectfully submitted. 



JOHN W. STANLEY, 

Clerk. 



REPORT OF THE CITY SOTJOTTC^R 



January ]. 1984. 

To the Board of Mayor and Aldermen: 

In aeeordanee -with the ])rovisions of Section 3 of Chap- 
ter XI of the Revised Ordinances, I herein submit a report 
of my activities as City Solicitor for the year 1933. 

In addition to the usual duties of the Solicitor in prei)ar- 
ing contracts, leases, resolutions and ordinances and fur- 
nishing to the Board of Mayor and Aldermen and special 
committees of the Board legal opinions on any subject in 
connection with the ordinary conduct of numicipal affairs, 
the Avork of the Solicitor was considerably increased during 
the year 1933 by the decision to submit to the Federal 
Emergency Administration of Public Works applications 
for loans and grants for public works under the provisions 
of the National Industrial Recovery Act. Because of this 
it was necessary for the Solicitor to engage stenographic 
services from October 1, 1933 to the end of the financial 
year covered by this report. 

With the cheerful co-operation of the City Clerk and 
his staff, and the Commissioner of Public Works and his 
assistants, applications consisting of approximately three 
thousand nine hundred typewritten and photostated pages 
were prepared and filed seeking federal funds for the con- 
struction of the following projects: 

Prospect Street Storm Sewer. 

Walker Street Storm Sewer. 

Concord Manor Sewer. 

Plains Sewer. 

South Street Sewer. 

Addition to the Central Fire Station. 

Reconstruction of Pleasant, Warren and School Streets. 

Reconstruction of South Main Street. 



CITY SOLICITOR 105 

Reconstruction of South State Street. 

Crematory at Blossom Hill Cemetery. 

Grading and water systems in various cemeteries. 

Fencing at Woodlawn and Blossom Hill Cemeteries. 

Drainage and constructing a dam at Blossom Hill Ceme- 
tery. 

Because of the federal regulation requiring that all bonds 
purchased by the Federal Government be approved by bond 
counsel of recognized national standing the firm of Storey, 
Thorndike, Palmer and Dodge, of Boston, Massachusetts 
was retained for that purpose. 

At the direction of the Board, a petition was filed with 
the Public Service Commission setting forth that the Gas 
House Bridge on Water Street owned and maintained by 
the Boston & Maine Railroad was inadequate and request- 
ing that the railroad be ordered to reconstruct it. A hear- 
ing Avas held before the Commission and it was decided 
that tlie railroad was now furnishing to the people of the 
City of Concord and the State of New Hampshire an 
adequate structure in accordance with the terms of its 
Charter. Subsequently at the direction of the Board and 
with the co-operation of Mr. James M. Langley a test case 
was brought in the Superior and Supreme Courts to de- 
termine the right of the City to appropriate money for tlie 
purpose of reconstructing Gas House Bridge if it was 
deemed advisable so to do. 

The following cases mentioned in my report for the year 
1932 were disposed of during the yeav -. 

1. Maurice Fitzfjerald vs: Roland Moran and 
the Ciftf of Concord. After trial, this case was 
settled by the insurance company. 

2. Charles R. Maltais vs: City of Concord. 
This case has been settled by the insurance com- 
pany. 

3. John J. Dooning vs: City of Concord. This 
Avas an appeal from an award of damages in con- 



km; city of coNcoin* 

nection with the (liscontiiiuaia'P of the old road 
over the Soueook River and has been j)endiny 
since April 18, 192(). It was settled by the pay- 
ment of $25.00 to the administratrix of the estate 
of John J. Dooninji: after a vote of the Board to 
that ett'ect. 

4. City of Concord vs: Edwin B. Hale. A vol- 
untary nonsuit was entered in this ease due to 
Hale's financial irresponsibility. 

5. Petition of Arthur H. Knoivlton, Receiver 
for Derby Jewelry Company. In the above en- 
titled case I filed a brief for the City on the ques- 
tion of the legality of the 1981 assessment of 
taxes, which involved four alleged defects. The 
Superior Court decided in favor of the City and 
ordered the Receiver to pay the taxes due. 

6. Charles P. Mullins vs: The City of Concord. 
In the above case a hearing was had before Joseph 
S, Matthews, referee, who found that Mullins was 
not entitled to additional compensation as he 
alleged. 

In co-operation with the Sanitary OtiRcer and ^lilk In- 
spector two cases involving violation of the milk ordinance 
were prosecuted, the respondent in each case paying a sub- 
stantial fine. 

One prosecution was commenced for failing to connect 
with a public sewer within one hundred feet of the premises 
but was nol prossed upon the agreement by the oAvner to 
connect immediately, which Avas done. 

With the co-operation of the Secretary of the local 
Chamber of Commerce two prosecutions for violation of 
the "false advertising statute" and "transient vendor's 
statute" Avere successfully completed. The third Avas en- 
joined because of the alleged unconstitutionality of the 
statute. This case is being defended, lunvever, by the 
Attoi-ney General's De])artment. 



CITY SOLH'ITOK 107 

The following cases mentioued in my report of 19'A2 are 
still pending : 

Maurice Fitzgerald vs: Thomas Nawn. 
Leon Trembly vs: The City of Concord and 
Milan R. Piper. 

Ethel Blankenburg vs: The City of Concord. 

Three new cases were brought during the year. 

1. W. Fred Lidw vs: The City of Concord. A 
suit in which the plaintiff alleges that because of 
the dumping of refuse by the City in the ]Merri- 
mack River the course of tlie river was so changed 
tliat his proi)erty on Bridge Street was unnatur- 
ally flooded and damaged. 

2. Bektash >Real Estate Association vs: The 
City of Concord. This was an appeal from the 
refusal of the Board of Assessors to abate taxes 
alleged to be excessive on property owned by the 
corporation. 

3. Henry Bean vs: The City of Concord. An 
appeal from an assessment of damages by the 
Board of Mayor and Aldermen alleged to have 
been caused b^- a change in the grade of a road 
at Concord ]Manor. 

While the number of ])arcels of real estate sold for non- 
payment of taxes were somewhat less than the number sold 
in 1932 there was still sufficient to make it necessary to 
have forms printed for notifying the mortgagees as re- 
quired by law. 

At my request the Boartl of Mayor and Aldermen i)assed 
a resolution authorizing the filing of a petition with the 
Public Service Commission seeking a reduction in the 
charge made by the New England Telephone & Telegraph 
Company for the so-called "hand set" or "French" tele- 
])hones. Before it was possible to get sufficient evidence 



108 CITV OF COXCOlil) 

and prepare a petition, tlie Public Service Commission 
announced that the telephone company had consented to 
a "voluntarj'" reduction in this charge, at an estimated 
annual saving to the people of the State of nine thousand 
dollars. Inasmuch as the new rate was substantially that 
which had been ordered by Public Service Commissions in 
other states, no further action was taken. 

May I take this opportunity to express my appreciation 
of the assistance rendered to me by Mayor Brown, members 
of the Board of Aldermen, the City Clerk and staff and the 
heads of all departments and to thank them for the courtesy 
shown me. 



Respectfully^ submitted, 

ROBERT J. KELLIHER, 

City Solicitor. 



HEALTH DEPARTMENT 

Reports of the Sanitary Officer and 
Milk Inspector 



To the Honorable the Mayor, the Board of Health and the 
Board of Aldermen: 

I have tlie honor to submit herewith a report for the 
Health Department for the year 1933. 

During' the year just closed good health in general pre- 
vailed in Concord. Deaths were largely in the later years 
of life and came mostly as a result of degenerative condi- 
tions such as heart disease, cancer, apoplexy and diabetes. 
The death rate among true residents was 13.6. The crude 
death rate was swelled to 21.5 by our large, hospital and 
institutional population. A low level of mortality was 
experienced with diseases associated with pregnancy, child 
birth and infancy and with diseases of children and young 
adults. 

The City was unusually free from acute communicable 
diseases except undulant fever and a moderate prevalence 
of mild scarlet fever. Every case of scarlet fever and un- 
dulant fever and the one case each of typhoid fever and 
infantile paralysis was carefully investigated to disclose 
possible sources of infection. 

Environmental sanitation was a major item in the years 
work. In addition to the usual inspections and the abate- 
ment of nuisances there was added inspection of boarding 
homes for children over the age of three years and inspec- 
tion for parrot fever of parrots and parrakeets shipped to 
local dealers. Among the occupational diseases stone- 
cutters disease or silicosis witli its associated tuberculosis 
continued to present a serious hazard. A report on milk 
sanitation activities follows under a separate heading but 
we should record here a gratifying increase in the use 
of pasteurized milk. 



1 10 CITY OF C0N(M)1U» 

Venereal disease clinics were held weekly by Dr. Chancey 
Adams. Eight hundred twenty-eioht treatments were 
<?iven and fifty patients discharged as arrested or cured. 
Protection against dii)htheria was offered children at 
clinics in charge of Dr. Charles H. Parsons. Monthly tuber- 
culosis clinics were held by Dr. Robert B. Kerr under the 
auspices of the New Hampshire Tuberculosis Association. 

During the first half of the year Mrs. Marion W. Norris 
was Acting Sanitary Officer. In July, Travis Pollard Bur- 
roughs became Sanitary ( )fficei-. Dr. Burroughs graduated 
from Harvard ^Medical School in 1925 with the degree of 
M. D. and from Johns Hoi)kins School of Hygiene and 
Public Health in 1983 with the Certificate in Public Health. 
Dr. Burroughs was also elected School Physician of Con- 
cord Union School District and devoted his full time to 
these two public health duties. 

Appreciation is felt and is here recorded for the cordial 
co-operation experienced during the year from the authori- 
ties and personnel of the other departments of the City 
Government, the schools and the several volunteer organiza- 
tions interested in the public welfare and health. 

Respectfully submitted. 



TRAVIS P. BURROUGHS, 

Sanitary Officer. 



HEALTH DKrAKTMEXT 

COMMUNICABLE DISEASES 



111 



The following table shows the number of communicable 
diseases reported during each month of the year, and tlie 
deaths resulting therefrom : 

























es 






^ B 




o 






bH 


Months 


2 

"5. 
i5 


c 








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"o 


Oj to 

c Si 

4) .2 


C 

O bC 

^ 3 

> 9 






X 




.. 




!r. 




■y. 




.. 




X 




. 








« 










































a; 


CS 


9 


cc 


a 


ce 


^ 


S 


* 


ai 


a; 


X 


M 


C3 


Qj 


oi 


S' 


3 




CO 


Q 


6 


a 




Q 


a 


Q 




Q 


ca 

O 





u 


Q 


C3 


Q 


Q 





Januaiy 








19 










1 






3 






1 


1 




... 


February 


1 






3 


1 








2 






1 






3 








Marcli . - 


















3 




1 


2 






6 








April 
















- 


2 


1 




2 








1 






May _... 


..„ 
















13 






1 








1 




.... 


June .. 


— 








1 








8 






2 






10 








July _. 









1 






1 




2 






1 






6 


1 




..- 


August 


















1 






2 






8 


1 


.... 




September _ 




_.- 


... 












1 












4 






.... 


October 




_.. 














2 






1 






6 


1 




.... 


Xovember 








1 


1 














1 




.- 


10 








Deceiiilier 


1 






1 










3 








1 




2 








Total 


2 






25 


3 




1 




38 


1 


1 


16 


1 




56 


6 




- 



112 



CITY or ooxroRi) 
COMPARATIVE TABLE 



Tlie following table contains the number of eases of com- 
mnnicable diseases and the deaths resulting therefrom for 
the year since and including 1923. 





^ 


M 




OS 














Si 


"m 

> 9 


Infantile 
|)araly.sis 


2 

0- 




>. > 






1 

r- 






X 








K 




























X 


^ 


■f 


.r^ 


./- 




m 


j= 




,f^ 


X 


.^ 


« 




'r 


JZ 


rr 


r- 










































S 


2 


\ 


<s 


'^ 


ea 


^ 


OS 


c3 


=j 


^ 


51 


S 


^ 


^ 


c3 


% 


.=? 






O 


Q 


O 


Q 


u 


Q 


O 


a 


U 


Q 


U 


d 


u 


c 


u 




1923 . 






5 








9 




73 




1 




369 








512 





1924 _ 






6 




2 




7 




12 


1 


1 




583 








611 


1 


1925 _. 






■>« 




3 




t? 


1 


fi3 








?4 








130 


1 


1926 






10 


1 


I 




12 




53 




2 




231 






..._ 


315 


1 


1927 






9 








4 


1 


3.5 


2 






660 








708 


3 


1928 




_... 


_... 




1 


1 


8 


1 


9 








90 


1 






108 


3 


1929 






6 


2 






15 


2 


57 








269 




3 




347 


7 


1930 






6 


2 






8 


1 


28 




3 




27 








72 


3 


1931 . 










4 




1 




26 








226 








251 





1932 














3 




156 


3 






38 








197 


3 


1933 


1 




..... 




1 




2 




38 


1 


1 





3 


- 






46 


1 



HEALTH DEPARTMENT 113 

SUMMARY 

Resident deaths, 309 

Non-resident deaths, 247 

Stillbirths, 19 

Burial permits issued for interment of bodies 

brought here, 94 

Transit permits issued for bodies sent away, 272 

Number of reports sent to State Board of Health, 52 
Number of re])orts sent to Surgeon General, 

Public Health and Marine Hospital Service, 52 

Number of nuisances, complaints investigated, 91 

Number of rooms, cellars, school-rooms fumigated, 68 

Number of bundles of clothing fumigated, 1 

Number of hospital wards fumigated, 4 

Number of barber shops, beauty parlors inspected, 16 

Number of school buildings inspected, 17 

Number of boarding houses for children inspected, 9 

Number of parks and swimming pools inspected, 2 



114 CITY OF CUNCOKD 

To the Honordhle Mayor and Board of Aldermen: 

Gentlemen : Herewith is submitted for your approval 
a summary of a report of the work done by the Milk In- 
spection Division of the Board of Health in the Bacterio- 
logical Laborator}^ and Field during the year ending 
December 31, 1933. 

Laboratory : 

Total number of milk samples collected and 

analyzed, 1193 

Total number of cream samples collected and 

analyzed, 45 

Total number of ice cream samples collected 

and analyzed, 25 

^Miscellaneous samples analyzed, 8 

Number of milk and cream samples brought 

to the laboratory, 20 

Milk Itemized: 

Number of milk samples plated for total bac- 
teria above standard, 709 

Number of milk samples plated for total bac- 
teria below standard, 29 

Number of milk samples plated for B. Coli, 

above standard, 679 

Number of milk samples plated for B. Coli, 

below standard, 79 

Number of milk samples above butterfat 

standards, 775 

Number of milk samples below butterfat 

standards, 20 

Number of milk samples run for total solids, 590 

Number of milk samples run for tempera- 
tures, 590 

Number of milk samples run for specific 

gravity, 494 

Number of sediment tests run for dirty milk, 1178 



HEALTH DEPAUTMENT 115 

Number of cream samples plated for total 

bacteria, above standard, 27 

Number of cream samples plated for B. Coli, 

above standard, 32 

Number of cream samples plated for B. Coli, 

below standard, 5 

Number of cream samples run for butterfat, 

above standard, 44 

Number of cream samples run for butterfat, 

below standard, None 

Number of ice cream samples plated for total 

bacteria, 25 

Number of ice cream samples plated for B. 

Coli, above standard, 25 

Number of ice cream samples plated for B. 

Coli, below standard. None 

Number of bacteriological determinations 

made on clean milk bottles and cans, 35 

Field: 

Total number of inspections made, 1517 
Number of inspections made of dairies, 469 
Number of inspections made of milk plants, 185 
Number of inspections made of stores and eat- 
ing places, 671 
Number of inspections made of milk trucks, 192 
Number of complaints investigated, 18 
Notices given to improve conditions, verbal, 238 
Notices given to improve conditions, written, 39 
Follow-up notices given to improve condi- 
tions, written, 14 
Number of cans inspected, 780 
Number of bottles inspected, average 18 cases 

per month, 2592 

Number of cans and bottles condemned, 16 
Number of bottles and cans cleared through 

the milk bottle exchange, nil 

Number of milk licenses issued, 350 



no CITV (»!•' ("()X("(>KI» 

Number of milk licenses refused, None 

Court convictions, 1 
Remarks : 

Total number of water samples analyzed, 87 

Respectfully submitted, 

AUSTIN B. PRESBY, 

Inspector of Milk. 



REPORT OF THE PLAYGROUND COMMITTEE 



To the Mayor and Board of Aldermen: 

The playorouiul activities of 19:33 were a<>ain carried 
on suceessfulh' under the supervision of Paul G. Crowell, 
Director, with the assistance of the instructors. 

The attendance this year at the play<>r()unds showed an 
increase over the year 1932. The attendance durin<>' the 
ten weeks period was approximately 64,000. This Avas an 
increase of about 4,000 over 1932. It gives the Committee 
great pleasure to announce that during the year 1933 there 
were no casualties either on the i)laygrounds, going to and 
from the playgrounds, or on the coasting and skating areas. 

The location of the swimming pool was changed and was 
much more satisfactory. A different section of the Sou- 
cook River was used from previous years. Robert O'Brien, 
swimming instructor, gave satisfactory service and a i:ieti- 
tion placed before the Committee by the children asking 
that the swimming pool be kept open a week longer than 
the schedule was granted. 

The Committee feels that a great many imi)rovements 
are needed at this time to carry on the work successfully. 

The Committee wishes to acknowledge with sincere 
thanks the co-operation extended them by the Mayor, heads 
of the various departments and tlieir assistants. 



Respectfidly submitted for the Committee, 

JOHN T. PROWSE, 

Chairman. 



KEPORT OP THE PARK COMMISSIONERS 



To the Mayor and Board of Aldermen: 

The parks of the City have been kept up to their usual 
standard. At White Park the fence has been painted and 
at the corner of Auburn, Iliofh and Center Streets a new 
entrance was made, with steps leading down to the park 
level. The band stand was removed from the Court House 
Park to a location in White Park near the ball ground. 

The land in the rear of the State Library has been added 
to the park areas of the City, and a new park near the 
lower bridge is in process of construction. 

At Rollins Park the wall on Broadway was extended to 
the boundaries, many stumps were removed and the swim- 
ming pool enlarged. 

The fence around the deer park has been removed and 
the area cleaned up. 

With funds obtained from the CWA considerable work 
has been done and all the parks received attention. 

During the summer owing to press of other business 
Willis D. Thompson, Jr., resigned and the vacancy was 
filled bv Franklin Hollis. 



B. C. WHITE, 
ALPHEUS M. JOHNSON, 
WILL J. DREW, 
FRANKLIN HOLLIS, 
GARDNER G. EMMONS, 
CHARLES L. JACKMAN, 

Commissioners. 



ASSESSORS' REPORT 

To the Taxpayers of the City of Concord : 

The Board of Assessors submit to your consideration 
the following- facts and figures showing the valuation of 
the city and its school districts and special precinct, with 
the amount of taxes raised in each and returned to the 
tax collector for collection. 

In the following report is a table of the amount raised 
by direct taxation for the years from 1923 to the present 
time, which shows the amount raised bv direct taxation. 



Tabulations of Warrants Submitted for Assessment, 
Valuation of City and Precincts, With Rate for 
Each in 1933. 



Warrant 


Amounts of 
Warrants 


Tax rate 
per $1000 


Assessed 

Valuation of 

city and 

precincts 


tState - 




$85,904 00 

78,913 35 

t364.635 00 

378.524 84 

20.952 78 
3.450 00 


$2.72 

2.50 

11.29 

12.72 
10.90 

.14 
2.92 + 


$31,676,008 00 


County 

City Budget ..... 





31,676,008 00 
31,676,008 00 




29,763,862 00 


**Pen. & Bosc. U. 
$30,143 51 

Ward 1 — 


School 


2,765,602 00 
($1,922,937 00) 




( 842,665 00) 






Bosc. Share 
Citv Sewer Bonds _..-. 


$9,190 73 


23,853,522 00 




city 




Total for cit.\ 
Average tax rate for 


$932,379 97 





*Includes property located in Loudon. 
*Includes property located in Canterbury. 
t$7,000,00 deducted from budget % State Aid. 



Exemptions for Soldiers and Sailor.* 
On property 
On polls 



1325 



$264,298.00 
2,650.00 



120 



CITY OF ('().\(<»K1) 



Number of Shares of Railroad Stock Held Here on 
Which the Tax was Assessed and Collected by 
State of New Hampshire and Credited to the City. 



Railroad 


1930 


1931 


1932 


1933 




84 

47 

2174 



104 

36 

(1 

(1 

1186 

140 

4 

45 

8 



10(1 

479 

13 


642 

37 

2083 

104 

11 

36 

3 

33 

1102 

143 

4 

46 

9 



100 






721 

47 

2131 



109 

36 

3 



1041 

162 

10 

58 

17 

15 

150 





4500 


720 


A — FitchbiirK 

C — Concoifl & Montreal 

D— Coniieotinit River 

D — Manchester & Lawrence 

Conrord & Portsmouth 

Nashua & Lowell 

New Boston 

Nortliern , _ 

Peniigewasset Valley — 

Peterborough _. ._. 


47 

2179 



109 

36 

3 



1093 

127 

10 

46 


Wilton 

Maine Central 

Portland & Ogilensburg _ _ 

Prior Pref. B. & M 


17 

150 



Upper Coos 







4420 


4342 


4344 



assessor's UKroUT 121 





No. 


Valuation 


Improved and unimproved land 


and bldgs., 


$27,575,890 


Electric Plants, 




1.720,350 


Bldgs. on leased land, 




34,930 


Horses, 


351 


25,705 


Asses and Mules, 


4 


200 


Oxen, 







Cows, 


1292 


68,290 


Neat, 


224 


6,370 


Sheep, 


82 


560 


Hogs, 


66 


655 


Fowls, 


20127 


15,304 


Fur-bearing Animals, 


40 


760 


Vehicles, 




3,500 


Portable Mills, 




250 


Boats and Launches, 




1,500 


Wood and lumber, 




3.720 


Gas tanks and pumps. 




19.954 


Stock in Trade, 




1,724,935 


Machinery, 




473,126 


Total, 


$31,676,008 



122 CI T V OF CO XCORD 

PoLi-s, Valuation, and Taxes Assessed 

The number of polls, and the tax assessed on polls and 
on the real and ])ersonal estate of Concord since 1923. 



Year 


Polls 


Soldiers 


Valuation 


Tax 


1923, 


12,862 




$24,553,173 


$715,511.93 


1924, 


12,004 




27,173,636 


871,458.09 


1925, 


12,213 




28,465,631 


781,289.87 


1926, 


12,043 




30,242,550 


875,330.07 


1927, 


12,477 




31,191,494 


945,886.49 


1928, 


12,630 




32,012,175 


950,336.03 


1929, 


12,655 




32,684,774 


987,383.48 


1930, 


12,863 




33,199,950 


1,077,953.51 


1931, 


12,926 


1233 


33,155,968 


1,068,152.51 


1932, 


12,812 


1278 


32,585,968 


983,638.74 


1933, 


13,092 


1325 


31,676,008 


957,889.64 



assessor's uKrouT 123 

List of Polls, Valuations, and Tax Assessed 
IN 1932 AND 1933. 

Total warrants submitted to tax collector: 

In 1932 — Resident tax list, $951,465.98 

Non-resident tax list, 665.39 

Polls, 25,621.00 

Bank Stock, 5,883.37 



Total, $983,638.74 

In 1933 — Resident tax list, $925,143.19 

Non-resident tax list, 568.08 

Polls, 26,184.00 

Bank Stock, 5,994.37 



Total, $957,889.64 

Number of deeds recorded, 

January 1 to December 31, 1933 270 

Number of building permits issued for past year, 
For Garages, 40 

New buildings, 59 

Remodelings, 51 

We have to report that Bektash Temple Real Estate 
Association has petitioned the Superior Court for relief 
by its attorneys, Demond, Woodworth, Sulloway & 
Rogers, from a refusal of this Board on February 8, 1933, 
to abate a part of the tax, assessed against the Associa- 
tion for 1933. This case is still pending. 

Respectfully submitted, 

MICHAEL J. LEE, Chairman, 
JOSEPH E. SHEPARD, Clerk, 
CLARENCE 0. PHILBRICK, 

Board of Assessors. 



REPORT OF TAX COLLECTOR 



Tu ike Board of Aldermen: 

The undersigned hereby submits the report of the Collec- 
tor of Taxes to the close of business, December .31, 1933. 



Tax Levy for 1927 

Resident list, $914,629.98 

Poll tax lists. 24.954.00 

Non-Resident list, 1.025.64 

Bank Stock, 5.276.87 





$945,886.49 




Additions and corrections, 


1.733.55 




Interest. 


3,921.81 




Costs, 


941.10 


$952,482.95 


Cash ])aid Treasurer, 


$942,072.81 




Abatements, 


10.410.14 


$952,482.95 






Tax Levy 


FOR 1929 




Resident list. 


$955,460.87 




Poll tax lists. 


25,310.00 




Non-Resident list. 


783.24 




Bank Stock, 


5.829.37 






$987,383.48 




Additions and corrections, 


1,215.32 




Interest, 


4.427.49 




Costs, 


779.15 


•feQQ.q ftn?^ A± 



TAX ('()LIj:(T(m; s iiki'ort 



125 



Casli paid Treasurer. 
Abatements, 
Discount, 
Uncollected. 



$968,500.42 

16,564.:54 

5,246.14 

3,494.54 



Tax Levy for 1930 



Resident list, 
Poll tax lists, 
Non-Resident list, 
Bank Stock, 



Additions and corrections 

Interest 

Costs, 



Cash paid Treasurer, 

Abatements, 

Uncollected, 



$1,045,565.20 

25,726.00 

825.94 

5,836.37 

$1,077,953.51 

2,717.16 

5,085.87 
953.25 



$993,805.44 



$1,086,709.79 



$1,068,021.81 

13,205.68 

5,482.30 



$1,086,709.79 



Tax Levy for 1931 



Resident list. 




$1,035,791.06 


Poll tax lists. 




25,852.00 


Non-Resident list. 




728.08 


P^.ank Stock, 




5,781.37 




$1,068,152.51 


Additions and correc 


'tions. 


996.56 


Interest, 




6,471.54 


Costs, 




1,408.86 

$1,077,029.47 



126 



CITY OF CONCOIU) 



Ca.sh paid Treasurer, 

Abatements, 

Uncollected, 



$1,051,232.85 
15,643.29 
10,153.33 



$1,077,029.47 



Tax Le\'y for 1932 



Resident list. 
Poll tax lists, 
Non-Resident list, 
Bank Stock, 



$951,465.98 

25,624.00 

665.39 

5,883.37 



Additions and corrections. 

Interest, 

Costs, 


$983,638.74 

848.25 
6,874.68 
1,677.54 


$993,039.21 


Cash paid Treasurer, 
Discount, 
Abatements, 
Uncollected, 


$968,511.49 

2,617.09 

12,453.77 

9,456.86 



Tax Levy for 1933 



Resident list, 
Poll tax lists, 
Non-Resident list, 
Bank Stock, 
Moth charge. 



$925,143.19 
26,184.00 

568.08 
5,994.37 

887.81 



$958,777.45 



TAX COLLECTOR'S REPORT 127 

Additions and corrections, 1,438.78 

Interest, 170.62 

Costs, 243.80 

$960,630.65 



*Cash paid Treasurer, $736,003.60 

Discount, 5,190.49 

Abatements, 5,017.21 

Cash on hand, 423.29 

Uncollected, 213,996.06 



$960,630.65 



* Refund account of over-payment on property taxes 

during discount period, $576.04 



128 



CITY (IF COXCOIM) 



Taxes sold tlie City of Concord et als in tlie office of the 
Collector for redemption. 



1923 

Resident list, $1,831.47 Paid Treasurer, $2,065.01 

Non-Resident list, 25.42 Paid Reg. of Deeds, 2.25 

Interest, 251.07 Deeded, 39.35 

Expense, 5.04 Unredeemed, 10.89 

Fees, 4.50 



$2,117.50 



$2,117.50 



1924 



Resident list. 


$3,663.55 


Non-Resident list, 


7.32 


Interest, 


487.40 


Expense, 


16.60 


Fees, 


20.00 



$4,194.87 



Paid Treasurer, $4,099.71 
Paid Reg. of Deeds, 10.00 
Deeded, 64.97 

Cancelled by C. G., 14.31 

Unredeemed, 5.88 



$4,194.87 



1925 



Resident list. 


$1,638.91 


Non-Resident list, 


15.69 


Interest, 


117.16 


Expense, 


14.80 


Fees, 


20.50 



$1,807.06 



Paid Treasurer, $1,695.23 
Paid Reg. of Deeds, 9.75 

Deeded, 4.90 

Cancelled by C. G., 96.68 
Held in Reserve, .50 



$1,807.06 



1926 



Resident list, 


$4,368.17 


Paid Treasurer, i 


?3,980.10 


Interest, 


252.27 


Paid Reg. of Deeds, 


13.25 


Expense, 


9.10 


Deeded, 


38.70 


Fees, 


27.00 


Cancelled by C. G., 


251.16 






Unredeemed, 


373.33 



$4,656.54 



$4,656.54 



TAX COI.I.KCTOU S RKroitT 



12t) 



1927 



Resident list, 




$10,749.56 


Interest ( last 






report), 




1,415.42 


Interest 1933, 




57.87 


Expense, 




9.55 


Fees (last repoi 


^•t) 


33.00 


Fees 1933, 




.75 



Paid Treasurer (last 

report), $11,781.24 

Paid Treasurer 1933, 104.51 
Paid Reg. of Deeds 

(last report), 16.50 
Paid Reg. of Deeds 

1933, .25 

Held in Reserve, .25 

Cancelled by C. G., 67.05 

Deeded, 37.34 

Abated, 3.50 

Unredeemed, 255.51 



$12,266.15 



$12,266.15 



1928 



Resident list. 


$2,409.23 


Interest, 


72.80 


Expense, 


9.10 


Fees, 


20.00 



$2,511.13 



Paid Treasurer, $2,184.88 
Paid Reg. of Deeds, 10.00 

Unredeemed, 316.25 



$2,511.13 



1929 



Resident list, 
Interest, 
Expense, 
Fees, 
Fees 1933, 



$5,406.76 


Paid Treasurer (last 




199.66 


report), $5,295.02 


28.70 


Paid Treasurer 1933, 


85.35 


24.00 


Paid Reg. of Deeds 




.25 


(last report). 
Paid Reg. of Deeds 


11.75 




1933, 


.25 




Held in Reserve, 


.25 




Cancelled by C. G., 


23.63 




Abated, 


105.88 




Unredeemed, 


137.24 



$5,659.37 



$5,659.37 



130 



CITY OF CONCORD 



1930 



Resident list, $9,079.78 

Interest (last report), 489.89 
Interest 1933, 12.79 

Expense, 39.20 

Fees (last report), 33.50 

Fees 1933, .50 



$9,655.66 



Paid Treasurer (last 




report), $8,901.42 


Paid Treasurer 1933, 


54.82 


Paid Reg. of Deeds 




(last report). 


16.75 


Paid Reg. of Deeds 




1933, 


.25 


Redeemed by Grover, 


20.68 


Deeded, 


239.86 


Unredeemed, 


421.88 



$9,655.66 



1931 



Resident list, $24,339.75 

Interest (last report), 324.30 
Interest 1933, 825.24 

Expense (last report), 44.99 
Expense 1933, 43.11 

Fees (last report), 43.50 

Fees 1933, 29.50 



$25,650.39 



Paid Treasurer (last 

report), $10,873.90 

Paid Treasurer 1933, 8,657.20 
Paid Reg. of Deeds 

(last report), 21.75 

Paid Reg. of Deeds 

1933, 14.75 

Abated, 28.74 

Unredeemed, 6,054.05 



$25,650.39 



1932 



Resident list, 
Interest, 
Expense, 
Fees, 



$29,769.41 

165.28 

30.97 

54.00 

$30,019.66 



Paid Treasurer, $12,537.76 
Paid Reg. of Deeds, 27.00 
Abated, 52.06 

Unredeemed, 17,402.84 



$30,019.66 



Reimbursements 



1927 Taxes paid by 
City, 



$19.00 



Paid Treasurer, 



$19.00 



TAX COLLECTOK's REPORT 131 

1928 Taxes paid by 

City, 133.41 Paid Treasurer, 133.41 

1930 Taxes paid by 



City, 405.28 Paid Treasurer, 

1931 Taxes paid by 



City, 
Interest, 



165.55 Paid Treasurer, 

4.23 



$169.78 



1932 Taxes paid by 

City $1,321.48 

Interest, 106.27 



$1,427.75 



405.28 



169.78 



$169.78 
Paid Treasurer, $1,427.75 



$1,427.75 



Temporary Discount Loan 

Received from City Paid Treasurer, $5,296.65 

Clerk, $5,296.65 



Received, 



Itinerant Vendors License 

$44.63 Paid Treasurer, $44.63 



Property Deeded to City and Resold 
Received, $165.99 Paid Treasurer, $165.99 

Respectfully submitted, 



AMOS B. :\I0RR1S0N, 

Collector. 



January 13. 1934. 



REPORT OF TRUSTEES OF TRUST FUNDS 

HARRY H. DUDLEY, ] 

BURNS P. HODG:\rAN, \- Trustees. 

CARL H. FOSTER, j 



Receipts 

1!>33 
Jan. 1 To balance from 1932, $8,644.71 

Dee. 30 lueome, Harper Allen, trust. 2.12 

Henry Burleigh, trust, 5.95 

William E. Chandler, trust, 12.75 

William M. Chase, trust. 12.75 

Calvin P. Couch, trust, 3.52 

Jacob C. Dunklee, trust, 8.50 

Samuel C. Eastman, trust, 35.00 

Seth Eastman, trust, 4.00 

Sarah E. Farrand, trust, 8.50 

Leverett M. Freeman, trust, 4.25 

Jacob H. Gallinger, trust, 8.50 

Heber B. Hardy, trust. 4.25 

Mary D. Hart, trust, 12.00 

Liva C. Heath, trust, 4.46 

Eliza Lane, trust, 4.25 

J. W. and E. J. Little, trust, 6.00 

Lydia F. Lund, trust, 12.75 

Mary Ann Lyons, trust, 4.24 

Myra F. Morey, trust, 4.25 

Charles W. Morse, trust, 4.25 

Lucy M. Roach, trust, 2.12 

Charles E. Scorer, trust, 4.25 

Antonio J. Sousa, trust, 2.12 

Hiram B. Tebbetts, trust. 5.65 

Frank Watson, trust, 4.24 



TKT'STEKS OF TKl'ST FINDS loo 

John Albin, trust, !).()() 

Ida Fosgate, trust, 3.50 

Isaac Heath, trust, 8.50 

Seth K. Jones, trust, 12.00 

Charlotte Merrill, trust, 45.00 

Minot Enclosure, 105.00 

Cornelia Parmenter, trust, 2.00 

J. Eastman Pecker, trust, 10.00 

AViUiam M. Chase, trust, 42.50 

P. B. CogsAvell, trust, 75.16 

Samuel Eastman, trust, 219.07 

, Samuel Eastman, trust, 1,393.23 

Joseph Hazeltine, trust, 116.87 

Benjamin A. Kimball, trust, 2,000.00 

Henry A. Kimball, trust, 400.00 

G. Parker Lyon, trust, 40.00 

Franklin Pierce, trust, 35.00 

Thomas G. Valpey, trust, 20.00 

Abial Walker, trust, 35.00 

K. P. and Douglas Rollins, trust, 52.89 

David Osgood, trust, 25.00 

Countess of Rumford, trust, 70.00 

Seth K. Jones, trust, 24.75 

Interest, note City of Concord, 212.55 

Interest, trust funds, Merrimack County Sav- 
ings Bank, 1,464.91 

Interest, trust funds, Loan & Trust Savings 

Bank, 1,428.86 

Interest, trust funds. New Hampshire Savings 

Bank, 1,100.45 

Interest, trust funds. Union Trust Company. 1,635.23 

Interest, unexpended balance, cemetery trust 

funds, 309.16 

From unexpended income, sundry trust funds, 1,092.56 

$20,814.57 



134 ("ITV OF CONCOUli 

Expenditures 

1933 
Dec. 30. By paid- 
Mary E. Bourne, account labor, 

trust lot, Calvary Cemetery, $ 2.92 

Rt. Rev. Msgr. J. S. Buckley, ac- 
count labor, trust lots, Calvary 
Cemetery, 361.06 

H. H. Dudle}', treasurer, account 

Minot Enclosure, 105.00 

Caroline Stewart, treasurer, income 

Countess of Rumford trust, 70.00 

Rev. A. A. Sylvestre, account 

David Osgood trust, 25.00 

City Treasurer, account of income 
sundry trust funds, to reimburse 
city for money advanced for care 
of lots in Blossom Hill Cemetery, 4,701.25 

City Treasurer, account of income 
sundry trust funds, to reimburse 
city for money advanced for care 
of lots in Horse Hill Cemetery, 16.00 

City Treasurer, account of income 
sundry trust funds, to reimburse 
city for money advanced for care 
of lots in Maple Grove Cemetery, 232.00 

City Treasurer, account of income 
sundry trust funds, to reimburse 
city for money advanced for care 
of lots in Millville Cemetery, 136.50 

City Treasurer, account of income 
sundry trust funds, to reimburse 
city for money advanced for care 
of lots in Old Fort Cemetery, 13.00 

City Treasurer, account of income 
suudrv trust funds, to reimburse 



TRUSTEES OF TRUST FUNDS 135 

city for money advanced for care 

of lots in Old North Cemetery, 515.00 

City Treasurer, account of income 

sundry trust funds, to reimburse 

city for money advanced for care 

of lots in Pine Grove Cemetery, 323.00 

City Treasurer, account of income 

sundry trust funds, to reimburse 

city for money advanced for care 

of lots in Soucook Cemetery, 17.00 

City Treasurer, account of income 

sundry trust funds, to reimburse 

city for money advanced for care 

of lots in WoodlaAvn Cemetery, 888.50 

City Treasurer, income, William 

M. Chase, trust, 42.50 

City Treasurer, income, P. B. Coo;s- 

well, trust, 75.16 

City Treasurer, income, Samuel C. 

Eastman, trust, 219.07 

City Treasurer, income, Samuel C. 

Eastman, trust, 1,393.23 

City Treasurer, income, Joseph 

Hazeltine, trust, 116.87 

City Treasurer, income, Benjamin 

A. Kimball, trust, 1,000.00 

City Treasurer, income, Henry A. 

Kimball, trust, 400.00 

City Treasurer, income, Seth K. 

Jones, trust, 24.75 

City Treasurer, income, G. Parker 

Lyon, trust, 40.00 

City Treasurer, income, Franklin 

Pierce, trust, 35.00 

City Treasurer, income, K. P. & D. 

Rollins, trust, 52.89 



136 ( ITV OF COXCOKl) 

City Treasurer, income, Thomas 

G. Valpey, trust, 20.00 

City Treasurer, income, Abial 

AValker, trust, 35.00 

City Treasurer, unexpended in- 
come, sundry trust funds, 1,092.56 

Public Library Maintenance Fund 

from Benjamin A. Kimball Fund 1.000.00 
By balance, 7,861.31 

$20,814.57 



TRUST FUNDS 



IDA R. FOSGATE FLOWER TRUST 
Iiicdini' til l)f expeixied for fiowt'is on Lot. No. 39 Block S, Blossom Hill Cemetpiy. 

Capital, $100.00 

Balance, income, January 1, 1933, 
Income received, 1933, 



Paid Carl H. Foster, city treasurer. 
Income on hand, Januarj- 1, 1934, 



$4.91 


3.64 


3.50 


5.05 



8.55 



i.05 



Capital and income deposited in 

Union Trust Com])any, 105.05 



ISAAC L. HEATH FLOWER TRUST 

Iicome to he expended for flowers on Lot No. 67 Block V. Blossom Hill Cemetery. 

Capital, $100.00 

Balance, income, January 1, 1933, $ .94 

Income received, 1933, 3.50 

4.44 



Paid Carl H. Foster, city treasurer, 3.50 

Income on hand, January 1, 1934, .94 



4.44 



Capital and income deposited in 

Union Trust Company, 100.94 



MARGARET A. HOWE FLOWER TRUST 
Income to be expended for flowers on Lot No. 75 Block CC, Blossom Hill Cemetery. 

Capital, $200.00 

Income received, 1933, $4.08 

Capital and income deposited in 

Union Trust Company, $204.08 



138 CITY OF COMOUD 

CORNELIA S. PARMEXTER FLOWER TRUST 

Income to be expended for flowers on Lot Xo. 291. Old Part Woodlawn Cemetery. 

Capital, $50.00 

Balance, iiieonie, January 1, 1933, $ .91 

Income received, 1933, 1.75 

2.69 



Paid Carl H. Foster, city treasurer, 2.00 

Income on hand, January 1, 1934, .69 

2.69 

Capital and income deposited in 

Union Trust Company, $50.69 

JOHX H. ALBIX CEMETERY TRUST 

Income to be devoted to the preservation and care of lot in Blossom Hill Ceme- 
tery, and also for the furnishing of suitable floral decorations during the appro- 
l)riate seasons of the year. 

Capital, $300.00 

Balance, income, January 1, 1933, $4.60 

Income received, 1933, 10.64 

15.24 



Paid Carl H. Foster, city treasurer. 9.00 

Income on hand, flanuary 1, 1934, 6.24 

15.24 

Capital and income deposited in 

Union Trust Company-, 306.24 

CHARLOTTE MERRILL CEMETERY TRUST 

Income to be used in perpetuity in keeping burial lot and monument in Blossom 
Hill Cemetery in good condition, namely: In keeping the soil property enriched, 
the grass closely cut and watered, the monument and all other stone work thereon 
clean, and replacing said monument by a new one when necessary by reason of 
decay or defacement. The balance of the income, if any, is to be apv>ropriated for 
the purpose of beautifying said cemetery. 

Capital, $1,000.00 

Balance, income, January 1, 1933, $81.55 

Income received, 1933, 37.84 

119.39 



Paid Carl H. Foster, city treasurer, 45.00 

Balance on hand, January 1, 1934, 74.39 



. 119.39 

Capital aiul iiicoiiie de])()sited in 

New Hampshire Savings Bank. 1,074.39 



TIU'ST FINDS 130 

MIXOT ENCLOSUUE CEMETERY TRUST 

Donated to the city by Abbie P. Miiiot, the income to be expended annually by 
the superintendent of cemeteries for the preservation, care and embollishmetit of 
the burial lots known as the Minot Enclosure, under the direction of the duly 
appointed officials. 

Capital, $3,000.00 

Income received, 1933, 105.00 

Paid H. H. Dudley, treasurer, 105.00 

Deposited in New Hampshire Savings Bank. 3,000.00 

JONATHAN EASTMAN PECKER CEMETERY TRUST 

Income to be used as follows: So much of income as is necessary to be used 
for the care of burial lots numbered 22 and 24 and monument in Pine Grove 
Cemetery, East Concord, the balance of income not used as aforesaid to be added 
to principal till same amount to $10,000, then the balance of income accruing each 
year after paying for care of said lot and monument, to be expended under the 
direction of the mayor for the iieneral care and improvement of Pine Grove 
Cemetery, East Concord, 

Capital, January 1, 1933, $9,450.58 

Income received, 1933, 331.04 

$9,781.62 



Paid Carl H. Foster, city treasurer. 16.00 

Capital, January 1, 1934, 9,765.62 



9,781.62 



Deposited in Loan and Trust Saving-s 

Bank, 2,343.09 

Deposited in IMerrimack County Sav- 
ings Bank, 4,023.31 

Deposited in New Hampshire Savings 

Bank, 3,399.22 



Capital, 9,765.62 



SETH K. JONES MONUMENT FUND 

Increased six dollars each year from the income of the Seth K, Jones trust. The 
entire accumulation to be expended every fifty years in erecting a new moiuinient 
on his lot in Blossom Hill Cemetery. 

Accumulations to January 1. 1933. $1,081.55 
From Seth K. Jones trust, 6.00 

Income received, 1933, 37.71 

$1,125.26 

Deposited in Loan & Trust Savings Bank, 1.125.26 



1-K) CITY OF CONCOKK 

DAVID DSGOOD THUST 
Ineome to l)e used for llic iiuicliase <if school -l)ooks for poor children. 

Capital $200.00 

Balance, income, January ], 1J)33, $412.86 

Income received, 1933, 21.42 

434.28 



Paid Rev. A. A. Sylvestre, treasurer, 25.00 

Income on hand. January 1, 1934, 409.28 

434.28 

Capital deposited in New Hampshire 

Savings Bank, 200.00 

Income deposited in Union Trust Com- 
pany, 409.28 

KATHERIXE P. AND DOUGLAS ROLLINS TRUST 
Income to be u.sed for the care of the West Garden. 

Capital, $1,511.25 

Income received, 1933, 52.89 

Paid Carl H. Foster, city treasurer, 52.89 

Deposited in Merrimack County Savings Bank, 1,511.25 

COUNTESS OF RUMFORD TRUST 

For the benefit of tlie Concord Female Charitable Society. Income to be applied 
to the charitable uses and purpo.ses of said society, and under its direction. 

Capital. $2,000.00 

Income received, 1933, 70.00 

Paid Caroline StCAvart, treasurer of the Society, 70.00 

Deposited in New Hami)shire Savings Bank, 1.000.00 

Deposited in Union Trust Company, 1,000.00 

ABIAL WALKER TRUST 

For the benefit <.f the school fund. 

Capital, $1,000.00 

Income received, 1933, 35.00 

Paid Carl H. Foster, city treasurer, 35.00 

Deposited in Merrimack County Savings Bank, 1,000.00 



TKU8T rrxDs 141 

WILLIAM M. CHASE PUBLIC LIBRARY TRUST 

Annual income to be used for the benefit of the Public Library in the piirch:ist' 
of books on historical, political, sociological, scientific and educational subjects. 

Capital, $1,000.00 

Income received, 1933, 42.50 

Paid Carl H. Foster, city treasurer, 42.50 
Invested in Treasury 41/4-31/4 1943-45 bonds. 

COGSWELL COLLECTION OF THE PUBLIC LIBRARY 

Bequest of P. B. Cogswell, the income to be spent annually for the purchase of 
books of a biographical, historical and scientific character, and the books relating 
to science shall be those that give the latest developments and discoveries by 
scientific persons from year to year. 

Capital, $2,145.00 

Income received, 1933. 75.16 

Paid Carl H. Foster, city treasurer, 75.16 

Deposited in Loan & Trust Savings Bank, 145.00 

Deposited in New Hampshire Savings Bank, 500.00 

Deposited in Union Trust Company, 1,500.00 

SAMUEL C. EASTMAN PUBLIC LIBRARY TRUST 

Income to be used for the purchase of books in foreign languages for tlie Public 
Library. 

Capital, $1,524.14 

Income received, 1933, 219.07 

Paid Carl H. Foster, city treasurer, 219.07 

Invested in 160 shares United Gas & Improve- ' 

ment Co. (common). o.-,^ _^ 

Invested in 4 shares United Gas & Improve- ' 

ment Co. (pfd.). 
Deposited in Union Trust Company, 202.64 

SAMUEL C. EASTMAN PUBLIC LIBRARY TRUST 
Annual income to be used for the benefit of the Public Library. 

Capital, $32,869.64 

Income received, 1933, 1,393.23 

Paid Carl H. Foster, city treasurer, 1,393.23 

Invested in $5,700 First Liberty Bonds, 4,914.20 

Invested in $13,500 Fourth Liberty Loan Bonds. 12.376.00 



142 (ITV OF CONCORD 

Invested in $3,000 Treas. 41/4% bonds, due 1952, 2,960.63 

Invested in 12 shares Concord Gas Co., common, 1,020.00 
Invested in 5 shares Boston & Maine, first pfd.. 

Class ''D", 500.00 

Deposited in Loan & Trust Savings Bank, 1,881.61 

Deposited in Merrimack County Savings Bank, 7,052.50 

Deposited in Union Trust Company, 2,164.70 

JOSEPH HAZELTIXE PUBLIC LIBRARY TRUST 

Annual income to be expended in the i)urcliase of high class literature. 

Capital, $3,312.60 

Income received, 1933. 116.87 

Paid Carl H. Foster, city treasurer, 116.87 

Deposited in Loan & Trust Savings Bank, 1,312.60 

Deposited in IMerrimack County SaA'ings Bank, 1,000.00 

Deposited in New Hampshire Savings Bank, 1,000.00 

BENJAMIN A. KIMBALL PUBLIC LIBRARY TRUST 

Income received, 1933, $2,000.00 

Paid Carl H. Foster, city treasurer, 1,000.00 

Transferred to Public Library Maintenance Fund, 1,000.00 

HENRY A. KIMBALL PUBLIC LIBRARY TRUST 

Income received, 1933, $400.00 

Paid Carl H. Foster, city treasurer, 400.00 

SETH K. JONES TRUST 

Bequest to the city of Concortl to be invested in some New England city bond, 
the income to be applied as follows: Twelve dollars each year to keeping lot in 
Blossom Hill Cemetery in neat and orderly condition ; six dollars each year to be 
deposited in some savings institution to create a monument fund; and the balance 
of the income to be expended each year in purchasing books for tlie Concord Public 
Libiary. 

Capital, $1,000.00 

Income received, 1933, 42.75 

Transferred to Seth K. Jones Monument 

Fund, $6.00 

Paid Carl H. Foster, city treasurer, 24.75 

Paid for care of lot, 12.00 

42.75 



TRUST FTNDS 143 

Invested in City of Hartford, Conn. 4% 

bond, dne June 1, 1934, 922.60 

Deposited in Loan & Trust Savings Bank, 77.40 

G. PARKER LYON PUBLIC LIBRARY TRUST 

Capital, $1,000.00 

Income received, 1933, 40.00 

Paid Carl H. Foster, city treasurer, 40.00 

Invested in City of Concord 4% bond, 1,000.00 

FRANKLIN PIERCE PUBLIC LIBRARY TRUST 

Capital, $1,000.00 

Income received, 1933, 35.00 

Paid Carl H. Foster, city treasurer, 35.00 

Deposited in New Hampshire Savings Bank, 500.00 

Deposited in Union Trust Company, 500.00 

THOMAS G. VALPEY PUBLIC LIBRARY TRUST 

Capital, $500.00 

Income received, 1933, 20.00 

Paid Carl H. Foster, city treasurer, 20.00 

Invested in City of Concord V/c bond, 500.00 

HORACE B. BARTLE:TT PUBLIC LIBRARY BUILDING FUND 

Principal and income to be used for Concord Public Library' Building purposes. 

Capital, January 1, 1933, $15,114.53 

Income received, 1933, 542.10 

$15,656.63 

Capital, January 1, 1934, 15,656.63 

Deposited in New Hampshire Savings Bank, 9,808.52 

Deposited in Merrimack County Savings Bank, 4,381.11 

Invested in $500 Fourth Liberty Loan bond. 489.00 

Invested in Treasury 41^-314 1943-'45 bonds 978.00 
Invested in $3,000 Jackson Cons. Trac. Co. bonds. 



144 CITY OF CONCOUn 

CHARLES R. CORXIXG PUBLIC LIBRARY BUILDING FUND 

Principal and income to be used for Concord Public Library Building purposes. 

(^il)ital, January 1, 1933, $29,089.15 

Income received, 1933, 1,018.06 

$30,107.21 

Capita], January 1, 1934, 30,107.21 

Deposited in Loan & Trust Savings Bank, 7,114.25 

Deposited in Merrimack County Savings Bank, 7,600.78 

Dejiosited in New Hami)shire Savings Bank, 7,865.38 

Deposited in Union Trust Company, 7,526.80 

BENJAMIN A. KIMBALL PUBLIC LIBRARY BUILDING FUND 

Pi incii)al and income to be used for Concord Public Library Building purposes. 

Capital, January 1, 1933, $11,033.82 

Income received, 1933, 386.16 

$11,419.98 

Cai)ital, January 1, 1934, 11.419.98 

Deposited in Loan & Trust Savings Bank, 11,419.98 

HENRY A. KIMBALL PUBLIC LIBRARY BUILDING FUND 

Principal antl income to l)e used for Concord Public Library Building purposes. 

Capital, January 1, 1933, $1,454.01 

Income received, 1933, 50.89 

$1,504.90 

Capital, January 1, 1933, 1,504.90 

Deposited in Loan & Trust Savings Bank, 1,504.90 



ARTHUR p. MORRILL AND GEORGE A. FOSTER PUBLIC LIBRARY 
BUILDING FUND 

Principal and income to be used for Concord Public Library Building purposes. 

Capital, January 1, 1933, $2,584.99 

Income received, 1933, 90.44 

$2,675.43 

Capital, January 1. 1934. 2,675.43 

Deposited in Tnion Trust Company, 2,675.43 



TKl'ST FINDS 145 

CONCORD PUBLIC LIBRARY MAINTENANCE FUND 

Capital, January 1, 1933, $5,264.20 

Income received, 1933, 163.82 

Transferred from Benjamin Kimball 

Public Library Trust, 1,000.00 

$6,428.02 

Capital, January 1, 1934, 6,428.02 

Deposited in Union Trust Company, 6,428.02 

EASTMAN ASSOCIATION TRUST 

Income to be used for the care and maintenance of monument and lot, known as 
Eastman Park, East Concord, N. H. 

Capital, $450.48 

Balance of income, January 1, 1933, $340.18 
Income received, 1933, 27.65 

367.83 



Income on hand, January 1, 1934, 367.83 

Capital and income deposited in 

Loan & Trust Savings Bank, 818.31 



SUNDRY CEMETERY TRUSTS 



Capital, January 1, 1933 (1505 in- 
dividual trusts), $169,218.27 

Returned to donor in accordance 
with resolution of Board of Alder- 
men i)assed November 13, 1933, 100.00 



$169,118.27 
Total trusts received during 1933, 

(72), 7,765.46 

$176,883.73 

Capital, January 1, 1934 (1577 in- 
dividual trusts), 176,883.73 
Unexpended income of previous 

years, 8,644.71 

Interest on unexpended income, 

1933, 309.16 

Income received, 1933, 6,022.67 

14,976.54 



Paid Carl H. Foster, city treasurer, 6,751.25 

Paid Rt. Rev. Msgr. J. S. Buckley, 

account of Calvary Cemetery, 361.06 

Paid Mary E. Bourne, account of 

Collins Trust, 2.92 

Unexpended income on hand. Jan- 
uary 1, 1934, 7,861.31 

14,976.54 

Capital and income deposited in Concord Savings 
Banks, with City of Concord, N. H., in sundry stocks and 
United States and municipal bonds. 

The above includes the following trusts received during 
the vear 1933 : 



CEMETERY TRT^STS 147 

Blossom PIill Cemetery 

Anderson, Panline D. $100.()() 

Andrews, Lillian F. 125.00 

Bartlett, A. S. & Fred L. 125.00 

Bartlett, Samuel & Frances L. 125.00 

Blanchard, Mark M. & Ida M. 50.00 

Bridden, Gertrude L. 146.-46 

Cass, Mrs. Emma J. 100.00 

Clement, Fred P. & Agnes D. 125.00 

Cornwall, Frank W. & Annie L. 100.00 

Darrah, Walter E. & Sarah A. 125.00 

Dennerly, George J. & Mary E. 50.00 

DuBoia, Clarence A. & Agnes B. C. 125.00 

Dudley, Wm. R. & Ellanett Badger 100.00 

Emmons, Sarah J. 100.00 

Engstrom. George K. & Sigrid M. 50.00 

Ferns, AVilliam T. & Josephine E. 50.00 

Folsom, Arthur E. 100.00 

Green, Flanders W. & H. Ella 100.00 

Hanson, Mrs. Agnes 50.00 

Heartz, Mrs. Mary E. 75.00 

Hollins, Clarence A. & Eva B. 25.00 

Howe, Margaret A. 100.00 

Humphreys, Thomas A. & Annie 50.00 

Kallechey, George & Despo 50.00 

Kelley, Mrs. Nancy B. 100.00 

Kennedy, Joseph D. 100.00 
Leighton. Catherine j\I., Harriett M. & William 0. 150.00 

Leighton, Harry & Eliza C. 75.00 

Lessard, Joseph J. 50.00 

Linscott Willis B, & Una W. 125.00 

Little, Lois A. 100.00 

McLeod, Donald 0. 200.00 

Masters, Samuel E. 75.00 

Morrison-Searles 100.00 

Moulton, Dr. Louis I. & Grace G. 125.00 

Moulton, Frank S. & Nellie A. 100.00 



4S CITY OF ("ONCOUD 



Nelson, Ki-ed E. 


300.00 


Ouilette, Francis & Dorothy F. 


50.00 


Pajic, Ci('oi'«ie F. ({ulditional) 


50.00 


Pea body, Elmer E. & Etta B. 


50.00 


Quinn, Patrick J. 


150.00 


Ueinbold, Mrs. C. N. 


50.00 


Kinji, Warren H. 


75.00 


Rydliolm, Alfred & Charlotte P. 


50.00 


Sanborn, Peter & Ida M. 


125.00 


iShepard, Joseph E. & Lillian R. 


200.00 


Tittemore, Henry V. & Jennie A. 


50.00 


AVardner, Helen 


100.00 


Wescott, Robert W. & Nellie 


100.00 


Young, Eugene T. & Hattie A. 


150.00 




$4,946.46 


Calvary Cemetery 




Donovan, Michael H. 


$200.00 


Keenan, Mary A. 


100.00 


Leary, Daniel 


150.00 



$450.00 
Maple Grove Cemetery 



Bengston, Cecelia 


$75.00 


Hollis, Abijah 


100.00 


Mofifitt, George H. & Blanche F. 


75.00 


►Swanson, Magnus & Elizabeth 


100.00 




$350.00 


Old North Cemetery 




Coffin, Benjamin 


$100.00 


Fletcher, Almira M. 


519.00 



$619.00 



CEMETERY TRTJSTS 1 4J) 

Pine Grove Cemetery 

Carpenter, Harriet M. (additional) $ 2r).()0 

Clough, Lauren & Lizzie S. 100.00 

Eastman, Joseph & Lucy H. 100.00 

Fernaki: Sophia J. 100.00 

Tenney, Arthur H. 100.00 

Turner, Aaron & Nellie M. 75.00 



SoucooK Cemetery 
Maxfield, Dana D. 


$500.00 
$100.00 



$100.00 

WooDLAWN Cemetery 

Angel, Charles D. & Inez E. $100.00 

Ayer, Frances J. 150.00 

Bean, E. Frank & Edla 100.00 

Chandler, Dr. Willis C. 50.00 

Farrand, Squire 100.00 

Ketchum, John & Annie 50.00 

Lane, Ernest E. & Izora J. 50.00 

Prescott, Winston N. 100.00 

Savage, Mertie Fisher 100.00 

$800.00 

Total trusts received, 1933 $7,765.46 

Total amount of Trust Funds (including individual 
cemetery trusts), in custody of the Trustees of Trust 
Funds. 

Ida B. Fosgate Flower Trust, $100.00 

Isaac L. Heath Flower Trust, 100.00 

Margaret A. Howe Flower Trust, 200.00 

Cornelia S. Parmenter Flower Trust, 50.00 

John H. Albin Cemetery Trust, 300.00 

Charlotte Merrill Cemetery Trust, 1,000.00 

Minot Enclosure Cemetery Trust, 3,000.00 



150 CITY OF CONCOKI* 

Joiiatliaii Eastman Pecker Cemeteiy Trust, 9,765.62 

yeth K. Jones Monument Fund, 1,125.26 

David Osgood Trust. 200.00 

Katherine P. and Douglas Rollins Trust, 1,511.25 

Countess of Rumford Trust, 2,000.00 

Abial Walker Trust. 1,000.00 

William M. Chase Public Library Trust, 1,000.00 

CogsAvell Collection of the Public Library. 2,145.00 

Samuel C. Eastman Public Library Trust. 1,524.14 

Samuel C. Eastman Public Library Trust, 32,869.64 

Joseph Hazeltine Public Library Trust, 3,312.60 

iSeth K. Jones Trust, 1,000.00 

C. Parker Lyon Public Library Trust, 1,000.00 

Franklin Pierce Public Library Trust, 1,000.00 

Thomas G. Valpey Public Library Trust, 500.00 
Horace B. Bartlett Public Library Building 

Fund, 15,656.63 
Charles R. Corning Public Library Building 

Fund, 30,107.21 
Benjamin A. Kimball Public Library Build- 
ing Fund, 11,419.98 
Henry A. Kimball Public Library Building 

Fund, 1,504.90 
Arthur P. Morrill and George A. Foster Pub- 
lic Library Building Fund, 2,675.43 
Concord Public Library Maintenance Fund, 6,428.02 
Eastman Association Trust, 450.48 
Sundry Cemetery Trusts, 176,883.73 

$309,829.89 

1 have verified the trust accounts of the city in the 
hands of the Board of Trustees of Trust Funds, and tind 
such trust funds invested, and the income for the year 
1933 accounted for as shown by the books of the trustees 
kept for that purpose. 

ARTHUR E. ROBY, 

City Clerk. 



TREASURY DEPARTMENT 



SPECIAL FUNDS 



City Treasurer's Accounts as Custodian of 
Special Funds 

blossom hill cejvietery fund 

This fund is increased each year by the addition of one-third the amount 
received from the sale of lots. The income of the fund is used for the care, 
protection and ornamentation of Blossom Hill Cemetery. 

Amount of Capital, January 1, 1933, $55,192.50 

Received from one-third sale of lots, 

1933, 994.00 

Received from income of fund, 1933, 1,960.43 

Balance of special dividend, Jan- 
uary 1, 1934. 340.00 

$58,486.93 

Credited to city of Concord, general 

account, 1,960.43 

Balance of special dividend, Jan- 
uary 1, 1934, in N. H. Savings 
Bank, 340.00 

Amount of capital, January 1, 1934, 56,186.50 

$58,486.93 

Invested in city of Concord, 4% 

bond, 1.000.00 

Deposited in New Hampshire Sav- 
ings Bank, 16,937.67 

Deposited in Loan & Trust Savings 

Bank, 10,000.00 



152 CITY OF CONCORD 

Deposited in Merrimack County 

Savings Bank, 12,171.99 

Deposited in Union Trust Company, 16,076.84 

$56,186.50 

$150.00 of special dividend withdrawn from N, H. Sav- 
ings Bank and credited to City of Concord, General Ac- 
count. 



HORSE HILL CEMETERY FUND 

This fund is increased each year by the addition of one-third the amount 
recei-\-ed from flie sale of lots. The income to be used for the care, protection 
and ornamentation of Horse Hill Cemetery. 

Amount of eai)ital, January 1, 1933, $13.34 

Received from income of fund, .45 

$13.79 



Credited to city of Concord, general 

account, .45 

Amount of capital, January 1, 1934, 13.34 



13.79 

Deposited in Union Trust Company, 13.34 



MAPLE GROVE CEMETERY FUND 

This fund is increaj?ed each yeiir by the addition of one-third the amount 
received from the sale of lots. The income to be used for the care, protection and 
ornamentation of Maple Grove Cemetery. 

Amount of capital, January 1, 1933, $1,200.12 
Received from one-third sale of lots, 

1933, 46.66 

Received from income of fund, 1933, 42.00 

$1,288.78 

Credited city of Concord, general 

account, 42.00 

Amount of capital, January 1, 1934, 1,246.78 

1,288.78 

Deposited in Merrimack County 

Savings Bank, 1,246.78 



TKEASrUY DErAKTMENT 153 

MILLVILLE CEMETERY FUND 

This: fund originated, and is provided for, by voluntary contributions of in- 
terested parties and by tlic addition of one-third tlie amount received from tlie 
sale of lots. Income flevoted to the care, protection and ornamentation of 
Millville Cemetery, 

Amount of capital, January 1, 1933, $2,377.16 
Received from income of fund, 1933, 83.79 

$2,460.95 



Credited city of Concord, general 

account, 83.79 

Amount of capital, January 1, 1934, 2,377.16 



Deposited in Loan & Trust Savings 

Bank, 872.59 

Deposited in Merrimack County 

Savings Bank, 1,504.57 



2,460.95 



2,377.16 



PINE GROVE CEMETERY FUND 

This fund is increased each year by the addition of one-third the amount 
received from the sale of lots. Income de\oted to the care, protection and 
ornamentation of Pine Grove Cemetery. 

Amount of capital, January 1, 1933, $502.84 
Received from one-third sale of lots, 

1933, 16.67 

Special dividend, January 1, 1934, 57.16 

Received from income of fund, 1933, 19.60 

$596.27 



Credited city of Concord, general 

account, 19.60 

Special dividend, January 1, 1934, 
deposited in New Hampshire Sav- 
ings Bank, 57.16 

Amount of capital, January 1, 1934, 519.51 



596.27 

Deposited in New Hampshire Savings Bank, 519.51 



154 CITY OF CONCORD 

OLD NORTH CEMETERY FUND 

Tliis fund is iiicreasfd each year by the addition of one-third the amount 
received from the sale of lots. Income devoted to the care, protection and 
ornamentation of Old North Cemeten,'. 

Amount of capital, January 1, 1933, $833.00 
Income received, 1933, 29.16 

$862.16 

Credited city of Concord, general 

account, 29.16 

Amount of capital, January 1, 1934, 833.00 

862.16 

Deposited in Merrimack County Savings Bank, 833.00 

SOUCOOK CEMETERY FUND 

This fund is increa,«ed each year by the addition of oiie-tliird the amount 
received from the sale of lots. Income devoted to the care, protection and 
ornamentation of Soucook Cemetery. 

Amount of capital. January 1, 1933, $93.32 
Received from income of fund, 1933, 3.21 

$96.53 



Credited city of Concord, general 

account, 3.21 

Amount of capital. January 1, 1934. 93.32 



96.53 

Dei)osited in Loan & Trust Savings Bank, 93.32 



WOODLAWN CEMETERY FUND 

This fund is increased each year by the addition of one-third the amount 
received from the sale of lots. Income devoted to the care, protection and 
ornamentation of Woodlawn Cemetery. 

Amount of cai)ital. January 1, 1933, $329.07 
Received from one-third sale of lots, 26.67 

Received from income of fund, 1933, 11.41 

$367.15 



Credited city of (^oncord, general 

account, 11.41 

Amount of cai)ital. January 1, 1934, 355.74 



367.15 

De])Osited in Merrimack County Savings Bank, 355.74 



TREASURY DEPARTMENT 155 

CEMETERY FUND FOR THE PURPOSE OF IMPROVING AND 
ORNAMENTING CEMETERY GROUNDS 

Created under resolution of Board of Aldermen, March 9, 1925. 

Capital January 1, 1933, $715.27 

Received from one-third sale of lots, 

1933, 1,081.00 

Income received, 1933, 23.32 

$1,822.59 

Capital, January 1, 1931, 1,822.59 

Deposited in Merrimack County Savings Bank, 1,822.59 



Total Amount of Special Funds in the Custody 
OF THE City Treasurer. 

Blossom Hill Cemetery, $56,186.50 

Horse Hill Cemetery, 13.34 

Maple Grove Cemetery, 1,216.78 

Millville Cemetery, 2,377.16 

Pine Grove Cemetery, 519.51 

Old North Cemetery, 833.00 

Soucook Cemetery, 93.32 

Woodlawn Cemetery, 355.74 
Improving and ornamenting Cemetery Grounds, 1,822.59 



$63,447.94 



I have verified the accounts of the Special Funds of the 
city in the hands of the City Treasurer, and find such 
Special Funds invested and the income thereof for the 
year 1933 accounted for as shown by the books of the City 
Treasurer kept for that purpose. 

ARTHUR E. ROBY, 

City Clerk. 



BONDED INDEBTEDNESS OF THE CITY 



o 

Municipal 








BONDS 


Due 




Rat« 


Amount 


Bridge, June 




, 1934 


4 


$4,000 


June 




, 1935 


4 


10,000 


City Hall and Aiiditoriuni, Oct. 




, 1934 


41/2 


5,000 


Oct. 




, 1935 


41/2 


5,000 


Oct. 




1936 


41/2 


5,000 


Oct. 




, 1937 


41/2 


5,000 


Oct. 




, 1938 


41/2 


5,000 


Oct. 




, 1939 


41/2 


5,000 


Oct. 




, 1940 


4y2 


5,000 


Oct. 




, 1941 


41/2 


5,000 


Oct. 




, 1942 


41/2 


5,000 


Oct. 




1943 


41/2 


5,000 


Oct. 




1944 


41/2 


5,000 


Oct. 




1945 


41/2 


5,000 


Oct. 




1946 


41/2 


5,000 


Oct. 




1947 


41/2 


5,000 


Departmental Equipment, May 




1934 


41/4 


4,000 


May 




1935 


41/4 


4,000 


May 




1936 


41/4 


4,000 


May 




1937 


41/4 


4,000 


May 




1938 


41/4 


4,000 


May 




1939 


41/4 


4,000 


May 




1940 


41/4 


4,000 


May 




1941 


41/4 


4,000 


May 




1942 


41/4 


4,000 


May 




1943 


41/4 


4,000 


May 




1944 


41/4 


4,000 


May 




1945 


41/4 


4,000 


May 




1946 


41/4 


4,000 



TUEASrU Y I )i:i 'A UTM H.\T 



157 



BONDS 




Due 




Rate 


Amount 


Public Improvement, 


May 


15, 


1934 


4M> 


7,000 




May 


15, 


1934 


41/4 


7,000 




May 


15, 


1935 


41/4 


7,000 




Oct. 




1934 


41/4 


5,000 




Oct. 




1935 


41/4 


5,000 




Oct. 




1936 


41/4 


4,000 




Oct. 




1937 


41/4 


4,000 




Oct. 




1938 


41/4 


4,000 




Oct. 




1939 


41/4 


4,000 




Oct. 




1940 


41/4 


4,000 


Public Improvement 


May 




1934 


4 


10,500 


and Refunding, 


Mdv 




1935 


4 


10,500 




May 




1936 


4 


10,500 




May 




1937 


4 


10,500 




May 




1938 


4 


10,500 






$239,500 




Precinct 








BONDS 




Due 




Rate 


Amount 


Sewer, 


Dec. 




1934 


4 


$10,000 




May 




1934 


4 


2,500 




May 




1935 


4 


2,500 




May 




1936 


4 


2,500 




May 




1937 


4 


2,500 




May 




1938 


4 


2,500 



$22,500 



School 



BONDS 




Due 


Rate 


Amount 


Union School District, 


May 


1, 1934 


4 


$10,000 




Oct. 


1, 1934 


4 


2,000 




Oct. 


1, 1935 


4 


2,000 




Oct. 


1, 1936 


4 


2,000 




Oct. 


1, 1937 


4 


2,000 




Oct. 


1, 1938 


4 


2,000 




Oct. 


1, 1939 


4 


2,000 



158 



(.'ITY OF ("ONCOUD 



BONDS 




Due 


Rale 


Amount 


Union School District, 


Oct. 




1940 4 


2,000 




Oct. 




1941 4 


2,000 




Oct. 




1942 4 


2,000 




Dec. 




1934 414 


14,000 




Dec. 




1935 414 


14,000 




Dec. 




1936 41^ 


14,000 




Dee. 




1937 414 


14,000 




Dec. 




1938 4I/4 


14,000 




Dec. 




1939 414 


14,000 




Dec. 




1940 414 


14,000 




Dec. 




1941 4 1/4 


14,000 




Dec. 




1942 414 


14,000 




De.c 




1943 414 


14,000 




Dec. 




1944 414 


14,000 




Dec. 




1945 41/4 


14,000 




Dec. 




1946 41/4 


14,000 




Dec. 




1947 414 


14,000 




Dec. 




1948 41/4 


14,000 




Dec. 




1949 414 


14,000 




Dec. 




1950 41/4 


14,000 




Dec. 




1951 41/4 


14,000 




Dec. 




1952 41/4 


14,000 




Dec. 




1953 414 


14,000 




Dec. 




1954 41/4 


14,000 




Dec. 




1955 41/4 


14,000 




Dec. 




1956 41/4 


14,000 




Dec. 




1957 414 


14,000 




Dec. 




1958 41/4 


14,000 




Dec. 




1959 41^ 


14,000 




Dec. 




1960 41,4 


14,000 




Dec. 




1961 414 


14,000 




Dec. 




1962 414 


14,000 




Dec. 




1963 414 


14,000 




Dec. 




1964 414 


14,000 




Dec. 




1965 414 


14,000 




Sept. 




1934 41A 


5,000 



TREASURY DEPARTS! ENT 



151) 



BONDS 




Due 


Rate 


Aiiioiint 


Union School District, 


Sept. 




1935 41^ 


5,000 




Sept. 




1936 414 


5,000 




Sept. 




1937 4% 


5,000 




Sept. 




1938 414 


5,000 




Sept. 




1939 414 


5.000 




Sept. 




1940 414 


5,000 




Sept. 




1941 414 


5,000 




Sept. 




1942 4Vi 


5,000 




Sept. 




1943 414 


5,000 




Sept. 




1944 4l^ 


5,000 




Sept. 




1945 414 


5,000 




.Sept. 




1946 414 


5,000 




Sept. 




1947 414 


5,000 




Sept. 




1948 414 


5,000 




Sept. 




1934 41/2 


2,000 




Sept. 




1935 41/2 


2,000 




Sept. 




1936 41/2 


2,000 




Sept. 




1937 41/2 


2,000 




Sept. 




1938 41/2 


2,000 




Sept. 




1939 41/2 


2,000 




Sept. 




1940 41/2 


2,000 




Sept. 




1941 41/2 


2,000 




Sept. 




1942 41/2 


2,000 




Sept. 




1943 41/2 


2,000 




Sept. 




1944 41/2 


2,000 




Sept. 




1945 41/2 


2,000 




Sept. 




1946 41/2 


2,000 



Note — Beaver Meadow 
Golf Property, 



$577,000 



Mar. 29, 1934 r% $2,000 



Total bonded indebtedness of the city, 
exclusive of water department. 



$841,000 



1()0 CITY OF CUXCORD 

STATEMENT OP COUPON ACCOUNT 

Dr. 

Due and un|)ai(,l, January 1, 1933, 

municipal, $ 70.00 

Due and unjiaid, January 1, 1933, 

precinct, 92.50 

Due and unpaid, January 1, 1933, 

Union School District, 63.75 

Due in 1933, municipal, 11,523.75 

Due in 1933, precinct, 950.00 
Due in 1933, Union School District, 25,695.00 



$38,395.00 



Cr. 

Municipal paid, 11,513.75 

Precinct seAver paid, 950.00 

Union School District, paid, 25,653.75 

Municipal due and not presented, 80.00 

Precinct due and not presented, 92.50 
Union School District due and not 

presented, 105.00 



38,395.00 



TRKASURY r>i:i'AUTMENT 



161 



BONDED INDEBTEDNESS OF THE WATER 
PRECINCT 





Du 


e 


Rate 


Amount 


Jan. 




1934 


41/2 


$18,000 


Jan. 




1935 


41/2 


18,000 


Jan. 




1936 


41/2 


18,000 


Jan. 




1937 


41/2 


18,000 


July 




1934 


41/2 


4,000 


July 




1935 


41/2 


4,000 


July 




1936 


41/2 


4,000 


July 




1937 


41/2 


4,000 


July 




1938 


41/2 


4,000 


July 




1939 


41/2 


4,000 


July 




1940 


41/2 


4,000 


July 




1941 


41/2 


4,000 


July 




1942 


41/2 


4,000 


July 




1943 


41/2 


4,000 


July 




1944 


41/2 


4,000 


July 




1945 


41/2 


4,000 


July 




1946 


41/2 


4,000 


July 




1947 


41/2 


4,000 


Feb. 




1938 


41/4 


9,000 


Feb. 




1939 


41/4 


9,000 


Feb. 




1940 


41/4 


9,000 


Feb. 




1941 


41/4 


9,000 


Feb. 




1942 


41/4 


9,000 


Feb. 




1943 


41/4 


9,000 


Feb. 




1944 


41/4 


9,000 


Feb. 




1945 


41/4 


9,000 


Feb. 




1946 


41/4 


9,000 


Feb. 




1947 


41/4 


9,000 


Feb. 




, 1948 


41/4 


9,000 


Feb. 




, 1949 


41/4 


9,000 


Feb. 




, 1950 


41/4 


9,000 


Feb. 




, 1951 


41/4 


9,000 



$254,000 



162 CITY OF CONCORn 

STATEMENT OF COUPON ACCOUNT OF THE 
WATER PRECINCT 

Dr. 

To coupons overdue January 1, 1933, 

and not presented, $ 167.25 

To coupons due 1933, 11,700.00 

$11,867.25 

Cr. 

By coupons paid, 1933, 11,676.25 

By coupons due and not presented, 191.00 

11,867.25 



City Treasurer's Condensed Statement of Water 
Works Account 

Carl H. Foster, City Treasurer 

Receipts 

Balance on hand, January 1, 1933, $ 39,906.26 
Receipts, P. R. Sanders, Superin- 
tendent, 101,677.57 

$141,583.83 

Expenditures 

Orders paid, 72,370.89 

Bonds paid, 22,000.00 

Interest on bonds, 11,676.25 

Balance on hand, January 1, 1934, 35,536.69 

141,583.83 



15,820.70 


505.00 


300.00 


250.00 


f)0.0() 


1,025.00 


47.00 


26.00 


594.91 



Tl'.EASrUV DlOrAUrMKNT HKi 

CITY TREASURER'S CONDENSED STATEMENT OF 
GENERAL ACCOUNT 

Carl H. Foster, City Treasurer 

In Account with City of Concord, N. H. 

Dr. 

To balance on hand, .January 1, 1933, ^ 

Grace Blanchard, librarian, library fines, 
Wm. T. Happny, chief, rent of store, 
Wm. T. Happny, chief, rent 46 Warren St., 
Wm. T. Happny, chief, assistance, fires, 
Wm. T. Happny, chief, sale of lot corner Rum- 
ford and Franklin Sts., 
Wm. T. Happny, chief, adjustment of claim, 
Wm. T. Happny, chief, sale of junk, 
Interest, First National Bank, 
G. A. S. Kimball, chief, dance licenses and 

officers' fees, 104.00 

F. W. Lang, Clerk of Board, Board of Ex- 
aminers of Plumbers, 22.00 
F. W. Lang, Commissioner, roads and bridges, 30,080.31 
F. W. Lang, Commissioner, sewers, 470.99 
F. W. Lang, Commissioner, trees, 53.40 
Amos B. Morrison, collector, 1927 redemptions, 104.51 
Amos B. Morrison, collector, 1927 taxes, 3.40 
Amos B. ]\Iorrison, collector, reimbursement 

for 1927 taxes paid by city, 19.00 

Amos B. Morrison, collector, reimbursement 

for 1928 taxes i)aid by city 133.41 

Amos B. Morrison, collector, 1929 redemptions, 85.35 
Amos B. Morrison, collector, 1929 taxes, 202.17 

Amos B. Morrison, collector, 1930 redemptions, 54.82 
Amos B. Morrison, collector, 1930 taxes, 1,011.89 

Amos B. Morrison, collector, reimbursement 

for 1930 taxes i)aid by city, 405.28 

Amos B. Morrison, collector, 1931 redem))tions, 8,657.20 



104 CITY OF CONCORD 

Amos B. ^Forrisoii, collector, 1931 taxes, 680. 79 
Amos B. Morrison, collector, reimbursement 

for 1931 taxes paid by city, . 169.78 
Amos B. IMorrison, collector, 1932 redemp- 
tions, 12,537.76 
Amos B. Morrison, collector, 1932 taxes, 194,204.39 
Amos B. IMorrison, collector, reimbursement 

for 1932 taxes paid by city, 1,427.75 

Amos B. Morrison, collector, 1933 taxes, 736,579.64 
Amos B. IMorrison, collector. Vendor's 

licenses, 44.63 

Amos B. Morrison, collector. Land sold, 165.99 
Amos B. Morrison, collector. Discount on 

taxes and temporary loans, 5,296.65 

Notes, City of Concord, 670.000.00 
Marion W. Norris, Acting Sanitary Officer, 

milk inspection, 330.00 
Travis P. Burroughs, M.D., Sanitary Officer, 

milk inspection, 18.00 
Recreation Committee, Memorial Athletic 

Field, 233.45 
Recreation Committee, Municipal Golf 

Course, 3,914.67 
Prances Richardson, Clerk, Zoning Board of 

Adjustment, 1.00 

A. E. Roby, city clerk, fees, 3,385.27 

A. E. Roby, city clerk, refund, City Hall, 7.50 

A. E. Roby, city clerk, rent. Auditorium, 3,033.00 

A. E. Roby, city clerk, Dog licenses, 2,478.45 

A. E. Roby, city clerk, Comfort Station, 63.84 

A. E. Roby, city clerk, rent, battery station, 840.00 

A. E. Roby, city clerk. Library refund, 11.50 

A. E. Roby, city clerk. City R. F. C, 11.461.85 

A. E. Roby, city clerk. County R. F. C, 2,131.03 

A. E. Roby, city clerk. Refund jioor cases, 218.76 
A. E. Roby, city clerk. Motor Vehicle ])ermits, 

1933. 12,751.11 



TREASURY DEPARTMENT 105 

A. E. Roby, citj^ clerk, Motor Vehicle permits, 

1934, 14,921.65 

A. E. Roby, city clerk, Refund old age, 20.00 

A. E. Roby, city clerk. Parks, 108.24 

A. E. Roby, city clerk. State of N. H., 809.00 

A. E. Roby, city clerk. Sale of land, Mrs. Silver, 1.00 
A. E. Roby, city clerk. Sale of land, Myra Green, 10.00 
A. E. Roby, city clerk. Sale of land, Alice Young, 100.00 
A. E. Roby, city clerk. Unemployment, 256.50 

A. E. Roby, city clerk. Piling fees, 98.00 

A. E. Roby, city clerk. Rent, Rifle Club, 25.00 

A. E. Roby, city clerk. Aldermen 10% Return, 48.50 
A. E. Roby, city clerk. County, 47,958.86 

J. W. Stanley, clerk. Municipal Court, fees, 1,276.37 
State of New Hampshire, insurance tax, 6,846.41 

State of New Hampshire, railroad tax, 45,330.11 

State of New Hampshire, savings bank tax, 56,272.39 
State of New Hampshire, Building and Loan 

Association tax, 100.50 

State of New Hampshire, tax on interest and 

dividends, 40,698.24 

State of New Hampshire, abatement of State 

tax, 37.23 

State of New Hampshire, distribution. State 

Athletic Commission, 14.84 

Transferred from Blossom Hill Cemetery Fund, 4,801.77 
Transferred from Horse Hill Cemetery Fund, 16.00 

Transferred from Maple Grove Cemetery Fund, 393.77 
Transferred from Millville Cemetery Fund, 60.00 

Transferred from Old North Cemetery Fund, 274.60 
Transferred from Pine Grove Cemetery Fund, 354.17 
Transferred from Soucook Cemetery Fund, 2.00 

Transferred from Woodlawn Cemeterj^ Fund, 1,034.91 
Income sundry trust funds to reimburse city 

for money advanced for care of lots in 

Blossom Hill Cemetery, 4,701.25 



Kid ('l'V\ OF ('(».\('(U{I> 

Income sundry trust funds to reimburse city 
for money advanced for care of lots in 
Horse Hill Cemetery, 16.00 

Income sundry trust funds to reimburse city 
for money advanced for care of lots in 
xMaple Grove Cemetery, 232.00 

Income sundry trust funds to reimburse city 
for money advanced for care of lots in 
Millville Cemetery, 136.50 

Income sundry trust funds to reimburse city 
for money advanced for care of lots in 
Old Fort Cemetery, 13.00 

Income sundry trust funds to reimburse city 
for money advanced for care of lots in 
Old North Cemetery, 515.00 

Income sundry trust funds to reimburse city 
for money advanced for care of lots in 
Pine Grove Cemetery, 323.00 

Income sundry trust funds to reimburse city 
for money advanced for care of lots in 
Soucook Cemetery, 17.00 

Income sundry trust funds to reimburse city 
for monej' advanced for care of lots in 
Woodlawn Cemetery, 888.50 

Income permanent fund. Blossom II ill Cem- 
etery, 1,960.43 
Income permanent fund, Plorse Hill Cemetery, .45 
Income permanent fund, ^Ia])le Grove Cem- 
etery, 42.00 
Income permanent fund, ]\Iillville Cemetery, 83.79 
Income permanent fund, Old North Cemetery, 29.16 
Income permanent fund, Pine Grove Cemetery, 19.60 
Income permanent fund, Soucook Cemetery, 3.21 
Income permanent fund. Woodlawn Cemetery, 11.41 
Income William M. Chase, Public Library 

trust, 42.50 

Income P. B. Cop:sweIl. Public Librarv trust. 75.16 



TREASrUV DEPAUTMENT 1G7 

Income Samuel C. Eastman, Public Library 

trust, 219.07 

Income Samuel C. Eastman, Public Library 

trust, 1,393.2P> 

Income Joseph Hazeltine, Public Library 

trust, 116.87 

Income Seth K. Jones, Public Library trust, 24.75 

Income Benjamin A. Kimball, Public Library 

trust, 1,000.00 

Income Henry A. Kimball, Public Library 

trust, 400.00 

Income G. Parker Lyon, Public Library trust, 40.00 

Income Franklin Pierce, Public Library trust, 35.00 

Income K. P. and Douglas Rollins trust, 52.89 

Income Thomas G. Valpey, Public Library 

trust, 20.00 

Income Abial Walker, trust fund for schools, 35.00 

Transferred from Blossom Hill Cemetery 

Permanent Fund special dividend, 150.00 



$2,036,524.98 



Cr. 

By aid to dependent soldiers and their families, 

account of the city, $5,160.65 
Aid to dependent soldiers and their families, 

account of the county, 2,261.75 

Armistice Day, 25.00 

A.ssessors, 9,788.20 

Band Concerts, 400.00 

Blowers, boiler. City Hall, 900.00 

Board of Health. 6,282.79 

Bonds, bridge, 4,000.00 

Bonds, City Hall and Auditorium, 5.000.00 

Bonds, departmental equipment, 4,000.00 



1G8 ("ITV OF CONCORD 

Bonds, public iinprovenient, 19,000.00 
Bonds, public improvement and refunding, 10,500.00 

Bonds, Parks, 5,000.00 

Care of clocks, 110.00 

Cemeteries, 28,981.37 

City Clerk, 7,403.75 

City Hall and Auditorium, 7,662.60 

City Physician, 700.00 

City poor, 15,466.24 

City Solicitor, 1,002.25 

City Reconstruction Finance Corporation, 2,583.24 

City Treasurer, 2.020.24 

Comfort Station, 1,337.12 

County poor, 45,697.11 
County Reconstruction Finance Corporation, 2,130.96 

Dog Licenses, 110.40 

Elections, 3,711.77 

Engineering Department, 267,962.73 

Federal Emergency Appropriation, 1,659.15 

Fire Department, 62,423.53 

Incidentals and land damage, 2,378.12 

Interest on cemetery trusts, 212.55 

Interest on coupons, 11,513.75 

Interest on temporary loans, 14,624.10 

Interest on Beaver Meadow Golf Club, 133.00 

Margaret Pillsbury Hospital, 4,500.00 

Mayor, 2,094.62 

Memorial Day, 246.30 

Merrimack County tax, 78,913.35 

New Hampshire Memorial Hospital, 1,125.00 

Notes, City of Concord, 595,000.00 

Note, Beaver Meadow Golf Property, 1,000.00 

Note, Cemetery Trust Funds, 5,797.39 

Old Age Assistance, 5,638.00 

Parks, 5,910.87 

Playgrounds and Baths, 5,236.26 

Police Court, 2,772.50 



TKEASrKY DEPAKTMENT l()i) 

Police and watch, 50,409.57 

Precinct, interest on sewer bonds, 950.00 

Precinct, sewer bonds, 2,500.00 

Printing and stationery, 2,678.60 

Public Library, 9,402.31 

Recreation Commission, 4,829.48 

Refund 1933 taxes, 575.54 

Repairs, building-, 861.32 

Salaries, Board of Aldermen, 1,905.00 

State Tax, 85,904.00 

Tax Collector, 6,433.01 
1932 tax on non-resident real estate, sold to 

the city, 16.24 
1932 tax on resident real estate, sold to the 

city, 8,436.30 

1932 real estate sold for taxes, 29,769.41 

Discount on taxes and temporary loans, 5,296.65 

Unemployment, 3,364.37 

Union School District, 328,519.93 

Union School District bonds, 35,000.00 

Union School District interest, 25,653.75 

Weights and Measures, 911.28 

Zoning Survey, 152.12 
Balance on hand (outstanding and unpaid 

notes issued in anticipation of taxes for 

$200,000). 172,579.44 

$75,000 Due Mar. 30, 1934 

$50,000 Due Apr. 12, 1934 

$75,000 Due June 15, 1934 



$2,036,524.98 



1 <() (ITV OF CONCORD 

CITY TREAyUKER'S CONDENSED STATEMENT 
BOND ACCOUNT 

Carl II. Poster, Ciiij Treasurer 

Memorial Athletic Field Bond AttouNT 

Receipts 

Balance on hand, .January 1, 1933, $830.89 

$830.89 

Expenditures 

Orders paid, 260.71 

Balance on hand, January 1, 1934, 570.18 

830.89 



I hereby certify that I have examined the foregoing- ac- 
counts of Carl H. Foster, city treasurer, for tlie year 1933, 
and find all items of receipts and expenditures therein 
properly recorded and authenticated by appropriate 
vouchers, and the several items correctly cast, and the cash 
balance to be one hundred sevent.y-two thousand five 
hundred seventy-nine dollars and forty-four cents 
($172,579.44), with notes outstanding and unpaid for two 
hundred thousand dollars ($200,000), due as follows: 
$75,000 due Mar. 30, 1934; $50,000 due Apr. 12, 1934; 
$75,000 due June 15, 1934 ; the balance to the credit of 
Memorial Athletic Field Bond Account five hundred seven- 
ty dollars and eighteen cents ($570.18) ; and the City 
Water Department thirty-five thousand five hundred 
thirty-six dollars and sixty-nine cents ($35,536.69). 

ARTHUR E. ROBY, 

Cifij Clerk. 



FINANCIAL STATEMENT OF THE CITY OF CONCORD 



For the Twelve Months Ending December 31, 1933. 



City Poor 



Appropriation Ex[)ended Balance 

Aid, $15,000.00 $15,466.24 
Balance, 1932, R. F. C. Money, 1,618.73 

$16,618.73 $15,466.24 $1,152.49 

Dependent Soldiers, City 

Aid, $5,000.00 $5,160.65 
Resolution No. 972, 160.65 



$5,160.65 $5,160.65 

Dependent Soldiers, County 
Aid, $2,261.75 

County poor 
Aid, $45,697.11 

Old Age Assistance 
Aid, $10,000.00 $5,638.00 $4,362.00 

City R. F. C. 
Received from State and re- 
imbursements, $11,461.85 $2,583.24 $8,878.61 

County R. F. C. 
Reimbursed by County, $2,130.96 



172 CITY OF C'ONCOKU 

Bonds and Notes 

Appropriation Expended Balance 

Bridge, $4,000.00 $4,000.00 

City Hall and Auditorium, $5,000.00 5,000.00 

Public Improvement, 19,000.00 19,000.00 

Departmental Equipment, 4,000.00 4,000.00 

Public Improvement and 

Refund, 10,500.00 10,500.00 

Public Park, 5,000.00 5,000.00 

Cemetery Trust Note, 5,797.39 5,797.39 

Sewers, 2,500.00 2,500.00 



Cemeteries 

Care, $13,000.00 $29,046.77 

Income, Trust Funds, 6,842.25 

Income, Permanent Funds, 2,150.05 
Income Transferred Accounts, 6,937.22 
Transferred, Blossom Hill 

Cemetery Fund, Special 

Dividend, 150.00 



$29,079.52 $29,046.77 $32.75 



City Hall and Auditorium 

Salary, Messenger, $1,393.75 $1,393.75 

Salary, Janitor, 1,159.60 1,162.50 

Fuel, 2,200.00 1,091.46 

Lights, 1,000.00 1,058.85 

Insurance, 2,000.00 1,855.44 

Incidentals, 952.00 1,883.54 



$8,705.35 $8,445.54 $259.81 



Mayor 

Salary, $1,858.31 $1,858.31 

Incidentals, 250.00 241.99 



$2,108.31 $2,100.30 $8.01 



FI X A NCI A L STATEM E XT 



173 





City Clerk 










Appropriation 


Expended 


Balance 


Salary, City Clerk, 




$2,100.63 


$2,100.63 




Salary, Clerk Board of Public 






Works, 




200.00 


200.00 




Salary, Clerks, 




4,200.00 


4,013.62 




Auto Upkeep, 




400.00 


400.00 




Incidentals, 


- 


700.00 


694.70 






$7,600.63 


$7,408.95 


$191.68 




City 


Treasurer 






Salary, 




$1,215.00 


$1,215.00 




Clerk Hire, 




400.00 


400.00 




Incidentals, 




425.00 


415.24 






$2,040.00 


$2,030.24 


$9.76 




City 


Solicitor 






Salary, 




$1,000.00 


$1,000.00 




Incidentals, 




50.00 


19.00 





$1,050.00 $1,019.00 



$31.00 



City Physicians 



Salary, Physician, 




$600.00 


$600.00 


Salary, Asst. Physic 


•ian. 


100.00 


100.00 




$700.00 


$700.00 




Care City Clocks 




City Clock, 




$85.00 


$85.00 


Clock, Ward One, 




25.00 


25.00 




$110.00 


$110.00 






Assessors 




Salary, Assessors, 




$6,026.66 


$6,026.60 


Salary, Clerks, 




2,134.88 


2,269.01 


Auto Hire, 




400.00 


400.00 


Listing Polls, 




500.00 


580.00 


Incidentals, 




600.00 


518.12 


Resolution No. 972, 




132.19 





),793.73 $9,793.73 



174 



CITY OF CONCOUIt 



Salary, Collector, 
Salary, Clerks, 
Postage and Printing, 
Incidentals, 
Resolution No. 972 
a/c earnings, 



Tax Collector 

Appropriation Expended 

$2,787.50 $2,787.50 

2,126.88 2,004.18 

750.00 998.64 

258.00 647.37 

515.31 



Salary, Judge, 

Salary, Associate Judge, 

Salary, Clerk, 



$6,437.69 $6,437.69 

Police Court 

$1,672.50 $1,672.50 

500.00 500.00 

eun.im 600.00 



$2,772.50 $2,772.50 



Sealer of Weights and Measures 



Salary, 
Incidentals, 



Salary, Officers, 
Incidentals, 
Resolution No. 972, 



$720.00 


$720.00 


200.00 


191.28 


$920.00 


$911.28 


LECTIONS 

$2,800.00 


$2,768.00 


900.00 


943.77 


11.77 





Balance 



$8.72 



$3,711.77 $3,711.77 



Engineering Department 



Appropriation, 
Resolution No. 972, 



1,793.00 $4,864.20 
71.20 



$4,864.20 $4,864.20 
Fire Department 



Salary, Chief, 

Salaries, Permanent Men, 

Salaries, Semi-Annual, 



$2,415.83 $2,415.81 

34,411.13 34,206.67 

9,855.00 9,795.22 



FINANCIAL STATEMENT 




Appropriation 


Expended 


Fuel, 


1,800.00 


1,889.75 


Lights, 


1,100.00 


1,087.30 


Upkeep Equipment, 


2,200.00 


1,962.57 


Laundry, 


85.00 


83.95 


Fire Inspection, 


1,000.00 


858.18 


Fire Alarm, 


2,900.00 


2,591.28 


Hose, 


1,000.00 


964.10 


Telephone and Insurance, 


1,150.00 


1,281.30 


Repairs, 


1,000.00 


1,060.12 


New Equipment, 


1,000.00 


2,747.96 


Incidentals, 


1,000.00 


1,668.26 


Resolution No. 972 






a/c earnings, 


1,695.51 





175 



$62,612.47 $62,612.47 



Board of Health 



$7,080.81 $6,291.39 
Department of Public Works 



Balance 



Salary, Sanitary Officer, 


$1,758.31 


$1,858.31 


Salary, Clerk, 


1,000.00 


839.80 


Auto Upkeep, 


400.00 


300.00 


Fumigation Supplies, 


100.00 


44.17 


Contagious Diseases, 


500.00 


67.53 


V. D. Clinic, 


400.00 


378.35 


Toxin Anti-Toxin Clinic, 


250.00 


36.78 


Incidentals, 


300.00 


417.&1 


Salary, Milk Inspector, 


1,672.50 


1,665.00 


Auto Upkeep, 


400.00 


400.00 


Incidentals, 


300.00 


283.54 



$789.42 



Road and Bridges, 

Resolution No. 972 

a/c earnings. 
Resolution No. 972, 


$150,000.00 $180,216.92 

30,080.31 
136.61 


Garbage, 
Resolution No. 972, 


$180,216.92 $180,216.92 

$30,000.00 $34,028.73 
4,028.73 



$34,028.73 $34,028.73 



176 CITY OF CONCOKl) 

Appropriation Expended Balance 

Table Garbage, $4,360.00 $4,360.00 



Sewers, 
Resolution No. 972 


$10,000.00 


$11,103.63 


a/c earnings, 
Resolution No. 972, 


470.99 
632.64 






$11,103.63 


$11,103.63 


Trees, 

Resolution No. 972 


$5,800.00 


$6,853.12 


a/c earnings. 
Resolution No. 972 


53.40 




Moth Warrant, 


550.81 




Resolution No. 972, 


448.91 





$6,853.12 $6,853.12 

Lighting Streets, $40,500.00 $40,970.70 

Resolution No. 972, 470.70 



$40,970.70 $40,970.70 
Incidentals and Land Damages 



Appropriation, 


$2,500.00 


$2,361.03 


Interest Notes and Bonds 


Bonds, 


$12,216.25 


$11,513.75 


Sewers, 


950.00 


950.00 


Cemetery Trust Note, 


212.55 


212.55 


Temporary Loans, 


17,000.00 


14,624.10 


Discount on Taxes, 




5,296.65 


Resolution No. 972, 


2,920.75 






$19,920.75 


$19,920.75 




Parks 




Salary, Superintendent, 


$1,672.50 


$1,672.50 


Salary, Employees, 


2,655.00 


2,987.40 


Shrubbery and Trees, 


250.00 


34.05 


Trucking, 


300.00 


349.58 


Incidentals, 


1,000.00 


942.21 


Resolution No. 972, 


108.24 





$138.97 
$702.50 



$5,985.74 $5,985.74 



FINANCIAL STATKM KNT 



177 



Playgrounds and Bath 

Appropriation Expendod 

Appropriation, $5,300.00 $5,460.61 

Resolution No. 972, 160.61 



Balance 



$5,460.61 $5,460.61 
Recreation Commission 



Appropriation, 




$1,500.00 


$4,833.40 


Note, 






1,000.00 


Interest on Note, 






133.00 


Resolution No. 972 








a/c earnings. 




4,148.12 




Resolution No. 972, 




318.28 






$5,966.40 


$5,966.40 




Public Library 




Appi'opriation, 




$7,500.00 


$9,449.01 


Income Trust Funds, 




3,366.58 




Resolution No. 972 








a/c fines. 




505.00 




Resolution No. 972 








Rent, Battery Stat 


;ion. 


840.00 






$12,211.58 


$9,449.01 $2,762.57 




Police 


AND Watch 




Salary, Chief, 




$2,415.81 


$2,415.81 


Salary, Deputy, 




2,230.00 


2,2,30.00 


Salai-y, Officers, 




34,252.00 


34,317.09 


Salary, Specials, 




1,500.00 


3,314.92 


Salary, Stenographer 


, 


1,011.70 


1,011.70 


Repairs, 




400.00 


138.63 


Fuel, 




1,450.00 


1,463.58 


Lights, 




1,300.00 


1,345.75 


Auto Supplies, 




1,800.00 


2,025.06 


Marking Streets, 




200.00 


241.23 


Telephones, 




600.00 


440.06 


Insurance and Gamewell, 


712.51 


701.76 


Keeping Prisoners, 




250.00 


187.95 


Incidentals, 




1,000.00 


924.73 



178 CITY OF CONCOKl) 

Appropriation Expended Balance 

Resolution No. 972 

a/c earnings, 104.00 

Resolution No. 972, 1,532.25 



$50,758.27 $50,758.27 

Printing and Stationery 
Appropriation, $2,500.00 $2,701.65 

Resolution No. 972, 201.65 



$2,701.65 $2,701.65 

Public Comfort Station 

Salaries, $960.00 $943.00 

Incidentals, 740.00 414.77 



$1,700.00 $1,357.77 $342.23 

Repairs Buildings 
Appropriation, $1,000.00 $865.32 $134.68 

Salary Board of Aldermen 
Appropriation, $1,905.00 $1,905.00 

Unemployment 
Appropriation, $5,000.00 $3,472.35 $1,527.65 

Zoning 
Appropriation, $250.00 $151.22 $98.78 

Federal Emergency 
Resolution No. 964, $3,000.00 $2,028.60 $971.40 

Blowers, Boilers City Hall 
Resolution No. 953, $900.00 $900.00 

Refund 1933 Taxes 
Resolution No. 937, $576.04 $576.04 



FINANCIAL STATEMENT 179 

Balance 
$52.95 



MlSCEIXANEOUS 




Appropriation 


Expended 


Band Concerts, $400.00 


$400.00 


Memorial Day, 300.00 


247.05 


Margaret Pillsbury Hospital, 4,500.00 


4,500.00 


N. H. Memorial Hospital, 1,500.00 


1,500.00 


Dog Licenses, 


189.15 



Taxes on Land Sold City 

Resolution No. 933, $16.24 $16.24 

Resolution No. 934, $8,436.30 $8,436.30 



1932 Real Estate Sold for Unpaid Taxes 
Resolution No. 932, $29,769.41 $29,769.41 

Schools 

Union School District : 

Balance, 1932, $139,712.95 $308,419.93 

Amount Voted by District, 291,811.61 

June 15 to June 30, 1933, 23,206.98 

Teacher's Pensions, 5,500.00 

Dog Licenses, 2,150.38 

Abial Walker Trust Fund, 32.87 



$462,414.79 $308,419.93 $153,994.86 

Interest on Bonds, $25,006.25 $25,653.75 

June 1, 1933, 9,817.50 



$34,823.75 $25,653.75 $9,170.00 



School Bonds, $33,000.00 $35,000.00 

Balance, 12,000.00 



$45,000.00 $35,000.00 $10,000.00 



Penacook District: 

Balance, 1932, $10,068.73 $20,100.00 

Amount Voted by District, 20,958.93 
Dog Licenses, 138.92 

Abial Walker Trust Fund, 2.13 



$31,168.71 $20,100.00 $11,068.71 



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( ITV OF CUXCORl* 



Memorial Athletic Field Bond Account 

Appropriation Expendi'd 

Balance, 1932, $830.89 $260.71 

State Tax, $85,904.00 

County Tax, $78,913.35 



Balance 

$570.18 



Tempoiaiy Loans, 
Due June 15, 1934, 
Notes Refunded, 



Receipts Paid 

$670,000.00 $595,000.00 

75,000.00 

125,000.00 



Disbursements 

City Disbursements, $563,653.09 

City Poor and Soldiers, 20,626.89 

County Poor and Soldiers, 47,958.86 

Old Age Assistance, 5,638.00 

City R. F. C, 2,583.24 

County R. F. C, 2,130.96 

City Notes, 601,797.39 

City Bonds, 50,000.00 

Interest, Notes and Bonds, 27,220.85 

Interest, Cemetery Trust Notes, 212.55 

Discount on Taxes, 5,296.65 

Schools, 328,519.93 

School Bonds, 35,000.00 

School, Interest on Bonds, 25,653.75 

County Tax, 78,913.35 

State Tax, 85,904.00 

Paid Outstanding Orders, 1,467.32 

Balance on hand (outstanding and unpaid notes 

issued in anticipation of taxes for $200,000.) 172,579.44 

$75,000. due March 30, 1934 

$50,000. due April 12, 1934 

$75,000. due June 15, 1934 

$2,055,156.27 

Less outstanding orders unpaid, 18,631.29 



$2,036,524.98 



FINANCIAL STATKMKNT ISl 
Water Works 

Receipts Exiiciidccl 

Cash Balance January 1, 1933, $39,906.26 

Water Rents, 101,677.57 

Expended per Orders, $73,560.32 

Interest on Bonds, 11,676.25 

Bonds, 22,000.00 

Balance on Hand, January 1, 1934, 35,536.69 



$141,583.83 $142,773.26 
Less outstanding orders unpaid, 1,189.43 



$141,583.83 



ARTHUR E. ROBY, 

City Clerk. 



RECEIPTS FOR THE YEAR 1933. 



Balance on liand, January 1, 1933, $95,820.70 

Grace Blancliard, library fines, 505.00 

W. T. Happny, rent, lionse and store, 550.00 

W. T. Happny, sale, land, etc., 1,188.00 

Interest, First National Bank, 594.91 

F. W. Lang, Board of Examiners of Plumbers, 22.00 

F. W. Lang, Engineering Dei)artment, 30,604.70 

G. A. S. Kimball, dance licenses and fees, 104.00 
Amos B. Morrison, redemptions, 21,439.64 
Amos B. Morrison, reimbursements, 2,155.22 
Amos B. Morrison, taxes previous years, 1,903.25 
Amos B. Morrison, taxes, 1932, 194,204.39 
Amos B. Morrison, taxes, 1933, 736,579.64 
Amos B. Morrison, discount on taxes and 

temporary loans, 5,296.65 

Notes, temporary loans, 670,000.00 

Milk licenses, 348.00 

Municipal Golf Course, 3,914.67 

Memorial Athletic Field, 233.45 

Zoning Board of Adjustment, 1.00 

Arthur E. Roby, fees, etc., 5,163.11 

Arthur E. Roby, rent. Auditorium, 3,033.00 

Arthur E. Roby, dog licenses, 2,478.45 

Arthur E. Roby, rent. Battery Station, 840.00 

Arthur E. Roby, City R. P. C, 11,461.85 

Arthur E. Roby, County R. F. C, , 2,131.03 

Arthur E. Roby, motor vehicle permits, 1933, 12,751.11 

Arthur E. Roby, motor vehicle permits, 1934, 14,921.65 

Arthur E. Roby, reimbursement, county poor, 47,958.86 

John W. Stanley, Municipal Court fees, 1,276.37 

State of New Hampshire, insurance tax, 6,846.41 

State of New Hampshire, railroad tax, 45,330.11 

State of New Hampshire, savings bank tax, 56,272.39 



FI XA XCIAL .STATEMENT 



183 



State of New Hampshire, Building and Loan 

Tax, 100.50 
State of New Hampshire, tax on interest and 

dividends, 40,698.24 
State of New Hampshire, abatement. State 

tax, 37.23 
State of New Hampshire, distribution, State 

Athletic Commission, 14.84 

Cemeteries, income, transferred accounts, 6,937.22 

Cemeteries, income, trust funds, 6,842.25 

Cemeteries, income, permanent funds, 2,150.05 

Special dividend, Blossom Hill Cemetery fund, 150.00 

Public Library, income, trust funds, 3,366.58 

Income K, P. and Douglas Rollins trust, 52.89 

Income Abial Walker trust, schools, 35.00 

Amos B. Morrison, vendor's license, 44.63 

Amos B. Morrison, land sold, 165.99 



$2,036,524.98 



MUNICIPAL DEBTS. 



Funded Debt. 

Bridge Bonds, $14,000.00 
City Hall and Auditorium Bonds, 70,000.00 
Departmental Equipment Bonds. 52,000.00 
Public Improvement Bonds, 51,000.00 
Public Improvement and Re- 
funding Bonds, 52,500.00 
Beaver Meadow Golf Course 

Note, 2,000.00 



$241,500.00 



Debt Not Funded. 



Orders outstanding January 1, 






1934, 


$18,631.29 




Interest accrued, not yet due, 






municipal bonds. 


1,984.96 




Coupons overdue, not presented, 






municipal bonds. 


80.00 




Coupons overdue, not presented, 






school bonds, 


105.00 




Due School Districts, 


184,233.57 




Due Memorial Athletic Field 






bond account. 


570.18 




Temporary Loan notes unpaid. 


200,000.00 




Total debt not funded. 




$405,605.00 


Total city indebtedness, 




$647,105.00 



FINANCIAL STATEMENT 18.") 



Available Assets. 



Treasurer's cash balanet', .Jan- 
uary 1, 1934 (including out- 
standing and nnpaid notes 
issued in anticipation of taxes 
for $200,000 due March 30, 
April 12 and June 15, 1934,) $172,579.44 
Taxes, 1929, uncollected, 3,494.54 

Taxes, 1930, uncollected, 5,482.30 

Taxes, 1931, uncollected, 10.153.33 

Taxes, 1932, uncollected, 9,456.86 

Taxes, 1933, uncollected, 213,996.06 

Cash in hand of tax collector, 

January 1, 1934, 423.29 

Cash in hand of City Clerk, 
account motor vehicle per- 
mits, January 1, 1934, 125.54 
Taxes bid in by City, 24,977.87 
Revolving fund, 250.00 
Due higliway department, 1.233.21 



$442,172.44 

Indebtedness above assets, Jan- 
uary 1, 1934, $204,932.56 

Indebtedness above assets, Jan- 
uary 1, 1933, $257,780.92 

Decrease for the year, $52,848.36 



186 CITY OF CONCORD 

PRECINCT DEBT. 

Funded Debt. 

Water Works Bonds, $254,000.00 

Sewer Bonds, 22,500.00 

$276,500.00 

Debt Not Funded. 

Outstanding orders unpaid. 

Water Department, $1,189.43 

Interest accrued, not yet due, 
water bonds, 5,111.25 

Interest accrued, not yet due, 

sewer bonds, 116.68 

Coupons overdue, not present- 
ed, water bonds, 191.00 

Coupons overdue, not present- 
ed, sewer bonds, 92.50 

$6,700.86 



$283,200.86 



Available Assets. 

Cash on hand, Water Depart- 
ment, January 1, 1934, $35,536.69 

Net precinct debt, January 1, 

1934, * $247,664.17 

Net precinct debt, January 1. 

1933, ' $267,093.08 

Decrease for the year, $19,428.91 



financial statkment 187 

Other Precinct Liabilities. 

Union School District bonds, $577,000.00 

Interest accrued, not yet dne, 8.285.83 

$580,285.83 



RECAPITULATION. 

Net regular debt, $204,932.56 

precinct debt, 247,664.17 

school district, 580,285.83 

$1,032,882.56 

Decrease for the vear, $105,514.35 



CITY PROPERTY 



Havix(; Value But Xot Coxsidered Available Assets. 

Water Deiiartmeiit, $1,600,342.69 

Fire Department, 252,720.00 

Highway Department, 77,821.50 

Engineering- Department, 1,401.00 

Sewer Department, 7,940.30 

Health Department, 940.00 

Milk Inspection Department, 2,300.00 

Police Department, 64,650.00 

City Clerk's Ofifice, 2,525.00 

Mayor's Office, 250.00 

Assessors' Office, 11,000.00 

Tax Collector's Office, 400.00 

Sealer of AVeights and Measures, 325.00 

City Messenger's Department, 2,250.00 

Auditorium, 10,000.00 

Park Commissioner's Department, 225.00 

Public Library, 17,500.00 

City History Commission, 10.00 

Cemetery Department, 9,000.00 

Real Estate, 567,376.30 



$2,628,976.79 



1933 

Population of city (1930), 25,228 

Valuation of city, $31,676,008.00 

Tax assessed for the year, $957,889.64 

Rate of taxation, $16.51 per $1,000. 
Rate of Union School District, $12.72. 
Rate of sewer precinct, $.14. 
Total rate, $29.37 per $1,000. 



VITAL STATISTICS 



VITAL STATISTICS 



Births Registered in the City of Concord for the Year Ending 
December 31, 1933 



JANUARY 



Date Child's Name 

1 Horace Edward - .- M. 

1 Robert Everette - M. 

1 John Winaiit - M. 

2 Olof Conrad M. 

2 Flossie Mae F. 

2 Terraiire Allen - M. 

2 Beverly Ann - F. 

2 Roger Osmond - M. 

3 Shirley Fay _ F. 

3 Jennie Ann - . F. 

4 Joyce Marie _..._ F. 

5 Stanley Buchin - _ M. 

5 Marj' Elizabeth F. 

7 Nancy Lois .. _ F. 

8 Jacqueline Mae F. 



9 Pauline Marie - F. 

9 Paul Vincent - M. 

9 Marilyn ...._ F. 

10 Carole Lee ...._ - F. 

11 Joan Beatrice _ F. 

12 Bett>- Anne -..._. F. 

13 Sidne>- Frank M. 

13 Alice Lucille _ F. 

13 William M. 

15 Nancj- Louise - F. 

15 Charles Ralph M. 

16 Patricia Anne F. 

16 -...- F. 

16 Elsie Pearl F. 

17 David George _ - -.- M. 

19 Mary Louise F. 

19 Kemis Lee F. 

19 Janet Ann F. 

19 Frank, Jr - M. 

21 Ilene Melissa .._ ...._ — F. 

21 Wilfred Joseph - M. 

21 Paul Henry _... M. 

21 Reta Carolyn _ F. 

23 Margaret Edith F. 

26 Marjorie Joan F. 

26 Anne Marj- F. 



Mother's 
Father's Name Maiden Name 

L.HiMiry L. Hodgman Olive M. Kelley 

" Edgar K. Towle Dorothy J. French 

" Frank C. Rowell _.... Janet Mitchell 

" Sven Olof Trulson Alma Peterson 

'■ Roland Potter Dorothy Baker 

" .\rtlinr W. Houle Aleen Dow 

" William E. Miner Helen Davis 

" F. Roger Strong Edith Ford 

" Walter F. Price 011a Hanley 

" Norman McDona'd . Delia J. I^nfkin 

" Lester S. Rowe Lelora Lane 

'■ Edith M. Huebley 

" Albert Deragon Ruby Leavitt 

" Victor N. Tuttle Evelyn Mahoney 

" Harr>' P. Smith Maxine O'Clair 

'■ Arthur J. Champagne Anna M. Marquis 

" John J. Crawford — Gladys Mingo 

"Freeman Bachelder Marion Davis 

" Francis H. Grant Marguerite Barney 

'■ Roland H. Bo\nke _. ..Anna Lefebure 

" Alcide Hardy Alice G. Crevier 

" Raymond W. Colby .Florence Stoneham 

" Arthur T. Johnson ...Antoinette Belair 

" William Barsorian ...Elizabeth Kalagian 

" Stewart Nelson Myrtle Beekman 

" George E. Butterfield Ida Hosmer 

"Charles L. Allen -Beatrice E. Little 

"Edward Constance Sadie J. Kupsala 

"Harry Chase - Violet Beauregard 

" Arthur Rimnells ..Julia Pushee 

" Robert C. Perkins Louise Chandler 

" Ansel R. Clay _ Frances A. McComb 

" Eino J. Haikara - Ellen L. Hazard 

" Frank Perrino .Doris Townes 

■■ Joseph H. Locke - ~ Eva M. Lapont 

" Wilfred J. Duclos Mary Pierce 

" Robert L. Saltmarsh Gertrude Knight 

" Hervey J. Dube _May Arola 

'■ Robert MacKenzie Jean White 

" Austin P. Cate ...Cynthia Rice 

" Walter I>assonde _.. Mary E. Champagne 



BIRTHS 



191 



Date Child's Xamc 

26 George Andrew 

28 Cliarles W., Jr 

30 Jean Beverly 

30 Alfred Goss, Jr. 



JANUARY— Co ncluded 



Mother's 
Fathcr'n Xmne Maiden Name 

M. L. Walter G. Dow ..._... Pauline T. King 

M. " Charles W. Sweeney Agnes Johnson 

F. " Hazen C. Davis Edith MaeElroy 

M. " Alfred G. Bickford Helen Moran 



FEBRUARY 



Uf Child's Name 

James Braccy 

Phyllis 

Donna Irene 

Xancv lionise 



Richard Oliver 

Phyllis Aim 

Willis Emery, Jr 

Beverly Ann 

Ronald Harry 

Robert Harold 

Mary Lucille _ 

Paul ita 

Clifton George 

Xorbert Eugene 

Margaret Jean 

John Fisher 

Clarence Virgin. Jr 

Doris Marie 

Charles Goodhue 

Michael Charles 

James Alvin 

Arthur Avery, Jr. 

John Paul _ 

Henry Artlnn' 

Peter Gareth 

Shirley Rita 

Annabel 

Althea Lee 

Ruth 

Rose Pauline 

Raymond Stanley 

Robert Albert Joseph 

James Griffin 

Chester P 

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Mother's 
Father's Name Maiden Name 

Ralph C. V alker Reba M. Sawyer 

L. Waldo Bigelow, Jr Jo.sephine Pye 

Donald M. Ba.>^ Barbara St. Pierre 

Lambert Cross Katherine Silk 

Maybelle Taylor 

Oliver Racine Dorothy Moody 

Wallace E. A\ hj nott Julia A. Davis 

Willis E. Blown Alice Day 

Ernest W. Noonan Rose M. Florence 

Kenneth E. Ford J. Amelia Hokenson 

Leroj- Smitli . Eugenia Lessard 

Alphee J. Babnieau Alvida Arseneau 

James Twome\ Paulita Clark 

Elwin C. Cilley _ Eleanor Dearborn 

Rodoljihe LeCompte Evelina Mayo 

William L Fortin _ Cora E. Duquette 

H. Styles Bridges Sally Clement 

Clarence V. Maynard Grace E. Rollins 

Dante J. Frediani Elsa Olson 

John E. Davis _ Alice Pasquill 

Charles Filedes _.. Anna Mamos 

James Fullerton _ Vivian Anderson 

Arthur A. Saltmarsh _ Pauline Hill 

Bernard E Merrill Pauline G. Swain 

Ro\- L. Tucker Yvette Gagnon 

.Alfred L. Morencj- Evel>-n Merrill 

Wendell K. Home — _ Elsie E. Rogers 

Frederick H. Go\e Kathleen E. Scully 

Alfred J. White _ _ Mildred Nelson 

Frank A. Hutchinson Elsie P. Wellman 

Alphonse Gaudreaii Roseanna Roj' 

Stanlej- W. Daniels Edith M. Wood 

Albert J. Labrie _ „ Hden E. Foley 

John P. Stohrer _ Mabel Birtwell 

Charles P. Chase - Grace F. Clark 

Jacob Ulman _.. Mary E. Grimes 



192 



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MARCH 



Date CIdld's Same 

2 Kennetli Albert 

2 Robert _... 

2 Jane T^o\iise 

2 Natalie _.. 

3 Raymond Arthur _ 

3 John Arthur _ 

5 William Neil 

6 — — 



Dorothy Ann 

Norman Eugene 

Margaret Albertina .... 

Patrice Ruth 

Jolui _ 

Henry Archie 

Everett Edmund _ 

Richard Paul _ 

Robert Ralph 

Nancy „ 

E\erett Sprague, 2nd 

Walter Carroll 

Marie Ange Patricia . 

Ruth Pearle 

Edward John 

Richard Louis 



George Dimcan 
Paulina Ruth 

Dean Ernest 

Ellen Elizabeth 

Robert Martin . 

Doris M 

Robert Alan ...... 

— — — Sawyer . 



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Mother's 
Father's \ame Maiden Xame 

Louis F. Braley _ Elizabeth Eagles 

George A. Kidder . _ Lu!a Gordon 

John M. Carlson _ Gertruile Tippet 

Ralph H. Kimball Kathleen Merrill 

Harvey Lozeau _ _ Ethel Ash 

Joseph E. Walsh Florence Venne 

Lloyd RajTnond _ Helen Small 

Aharon S. Boghosian _ Mary Asadorian 

Clinton O. Hastings _. Beha R. McCue 

William F. Walsh Dorilla Lavesque 

Joseph C. Roy _ Eloise Coulombe 

Thure Peterson _ _ Hilda O. Magunson 

David L. Gonyer Ann Molloj- 

Joseph P. Collins . _ Julia A. Murphy 

Archie H. Moody Alva Benton 

Guy-J. Patch Enmia M. Danforth 

Ruth R. Maynard 

Louis Einond Helene Carrier 

Kenneth W. Jones Eleanor Sweet 

Everett S. Lucia Bessie M. Rejiiard 

Walter B. Chase Harriet Andrews 

Emmanuel Audette Doris Smith 

Burton C. Home Annie Pierce 

Raymond Connor Mabel Auger 

Louis Scribner Dorothea Kimball 

James Ansart Doris Olson 

George D. Swain ._ Ruth M. Ma honey 

Leroy Whittemore Margaret Mobbs 

Ernest D. Taylor __ Marguerite Sargent 

Garnett W. Richards Nellie E. Simmons 

James W. Corcoran Diana R. LaBonty 

Martin Carlen Edna Sanborn 

John Reynolds Floience E. Yeaton 

Leon T. Ash _ Ann Millis 

Harry B. Sawyer .' Ruth Coih- 

Lorenzo E. Burnham Ida King 

Ansell Cassin Dorothy George 



APRIL 



Mother's 
Date Child's Name Father's Name Maiden Name 

1 Gwyneth Anne _.. F. L.Glen Everett Mary Welch 

2 Joan Elizabeth F. " Robert Curdie - Agnes King 

2 Norma - F. " Mederic J. I^eBlanc Ruth G. Dun.staiie 

3 Paul Armand _. . \L " George C. Dupont Marie D. Ferland 

3 Jean Paul M. "Joseph M. Archambault Adrienne X. Brodeau 



BIRTHS 



193 



APRIL — Concluded 



Date Child's Name 

5 Jerald Keats 

5 Donald James 



5 Paul Frederick Hoyt — 

6 Joan _ 

6 Jolm Rowan _ 

6 Joan Mary 

6 Leon W., Jr. 

8 John William 

8 Robert Emile 

9 Shirley Theresa -.. 

10 Mary Ellen _ - 

10 Robert Arthur 

11 Joan Mary 

12 June Marie 

14 Maryland Beth 

15 Erv'ine Charles 

16 Kathleen Lois 

16 John Edward _ — 

16 Virginia Miriam 

18 Evelyn Lottie Josephine 

18 Lelon August 

19 Gloria May 

20 Patricia Louise 

20 Robert John 

20 Evelyn Grace „ -.-.. 

21 Charles Jackman _ 

21 Marcia Ann 

21 Nancy Louise 

21 Neiland 

21 Eleanor Ruth 

22 Margaret Louise 

23 Barbara Ann 



25 Helene Marie Hortense 

26 John Arthur 

27 Paul Frost 

28 Kenneth Eugene 

29 Edward 

29 Eloena 



30 



Stohrer 



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Father's Narne 

L.James F. Quimby 

" Hiram Cate ... 



" George T. Hillman, Jr. 
'■ Henry Paul Bilodeau _ 
" Henry Paul Bilodeau .. 

" Leon W. Blood 

" Bernard A. Greeley 

" .\lbert LaCroix 

" Raymond O. Fife 

" John Thornton, Jr. 

" Harr>' L. Leavitt 

" Martin Healey 

" R. Herbert McDuffie -. 

" Harold M. Ol-sen 

" Fernald G. Aiken 

" Daniel J. Donovan 

" Arthur A. Dowes _.._ 

" Lemuel Carmichael 

" William E. King 

" .\ugust Olson ._ 



" Wendell D. Spiller ._ 

" Albert A. Foy _. 

" Adelard J. Gagne 

" Charles E. French 

" Carl G. Gesen 

" William E. Johnson ... 

" Arthur J. Gagnon 

'' Arthur J. Gagnon 

" John F. Drew 

" Charles M. Coburn _ 

" Scott J. Coen 

"Gerard L. Gaudrault 

" Y. John Felpula 

" Rev. Eric Bascom 

" Leo A. Murray _.... 

" Alfred W. Anderson .. 
" .\lfred W. Anderson - 
S. Philip E .Stohrer __ 



Mother's 
Maiden A'ame 

May Ernst 
Jessie Cochran 
Agnes C. Hoyt 
Lucille R. Marden 
Agnes Rowan 
Agnes Rowan 
Fern Thomas 
Elsie I. Woodworth 
Germaine Parenteau 
Adelaide E. Shattuck 
Nellie Mudge 
Edna H. Venne 
Doris Kelley 
Beatrice Fretwell 
Stella T. Morrill 
Hazel M .Degreenia 
Josephine Weytack 
Cora L. Minard 
Virginia E. Bettison 
Eva Colby 
Flossie French 
Ruby L. Skinner 
Mildred Coleman 
Mary Mercier 
Grace E. Andrews 
Margaret S. Jackman 
Ruth E. Chappel 
Inez E. Drouin 
Inez E. Drouin 
Jeanette Moore 
E. Mildred .\nsley 
Doris Ladd 
Yvette Boisvert 
Femmie Olkonen 
Elida G. Frost 
Agnes M. Breen 
Eloena Hooper 
Eloena Hooper 
Martha B. Knight 



MAY 



Date Child's Name 
1 Grace Elizabeth 

3 Neil Richard 

4 Ernest Ray 

4 John Ordway, Jr. _ 



Father's Name 
F. L.Charles R. Foote ._. 
M. " Roland A. Smith .... 
M. " Curtis W. Ordway . 
M. " John O. Cate 



Mother's 
Maiden Name 
Lena F. Huckins 
Ethel M. Cate 
Irena M. Leighton 
Mildred Churchill 



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MAY — Concluded 



Date Child's Name 

5 Beverly Ann 

5 Robert Anslo 

6 Patricia Louise _. 

7 Carlo 

7 Joan Patricia 

8 Frederick Howard 

8 Robert Dean 

8 Robert Pa\il 

9 Carl Fellows ...._ 

9 Richard Kimball 

11 Laura Marjorie 

11 Kathleen Anne 

11 Edmund Lowell 

12 Evangeline May 

12 Marie Ange Ellen 

12 Joan Rose 

13 John 

13 Sylvia Mav 

14 Damon Al hoi 

15 Catherine D. 

15 Janice Cummings 

15 Morse 

16 Georgia Elizabeth 

16 Jean Ann 

16 Stephen Shailer 

19 Janice 

20 Murray Towle 

21 Eugene Real 

22 Janice 

22 Beulah May 

23 Leigh May hew, Jr. . 

23 Joan Frances .^ 

23 John Tilton _. 

23 Leon Joseph 

24 Joan Katie 

25 Kathleen Mary 

27 Abbott Allan 

27 Arlen Damon 

28 Robert Frank ~... 

30 John Edward 

30 Robert Ernest 



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Mother's 
Father's Xame Maiden Name 

Edward Martin ..- Edna Dwinells 

William A. Grace, Jr Dorothy Fairbanks 

Richard S. French _ Marjory Oaknian 

Cailo Bricchi _ Mary Cozzi 

William E. Joliii - Dorothy M. Ormsbee 

Fi ancis H. Reagan — — Catherine Fields 

Charles B. Smith .. - _ Roxie H. Bunnell 

George T. RoVjillard Pauline E. Truchon 

Guy E. Kenerson Clara Burroughs 

James A. Boyd _ Grace Blodgett 

Wilbur Cheney Lennie Wilcox 

John H. Powell, Jr Ethel M. Davis 

Ray E. Banker ...- _ Nellie C. Fiench 

Harold T. Drew _ Dorothy E. Moody 

Adrian J. Landry - -... Doris J. Fournier 

Ralph W. Holland - Goldie M. Auprey 

John E. Welch -... Eva M. Barker 

Harry F. Stone Evelyn M Burke 

Arthur L. Russell - Pearl Parker 

James Lilios Jane 

Walter C. Hills _.-.. Helene Black 

Edward Morse -.... Ruby M. Brown 

Adnyrum C. Chesley Georgia Cate 

Robert A. Winsor Anna Greenwood 

John Swenson ....- Margaret Eveleth 

Wilfred J. Bilodeau - Norma Dow 

.Alexander L. Guptill - - Margery Batchelder 

Wilfred Maltais .._ _ Catherine McGeshan 

Louis Ansaldo - Thelma M. Thompson 

Reginald W. Sargent Sarah E. Tebbetts 

Leigh M. Wentworth Yvonne Wilcott 

Joseph J. Marquis Jennie Crowley 

Arthur O. Lyford Gertrude Tilton 

Joseph Jaworski Margaret Moody 

Theodore J. Clo\igh -„. Edith Parker 

Peter Prendergast - Mary E. Morrison 

Abbott A. Clark Mary E. Davis 

Clifford W. Ayer Bernice Hersey 

Harold F. Dow _.. Ruth A. Yoimg 

■John L. Cle\eland _ _ Mary L. Young 

Arthur Arseneault Josephine Landiy 



JUNE 



Date Child's Name 
1 Thomas 



2 



McDonald 



Father's Name 



M. L.Robert J. Crowley 
F. S.James McDonald . 



Mother's 
Maiden Name 
Maude M. York 
Ada L Salmon 



P.IRTHS 



1 1).') 



J VyiE— Concluded 



Date Child's Name 

3 Irene Ester .. . . F. 

4 Regan . M. 

5 Helen Winnie . . - F. 

5 Carolyn F. 

5 Barbara .June F. 

5 Nancy Olive F. 

8 Harold Kimball M. 

10 Renald Joseph _ M. 

11 .Joseph Donald _ M. 

13 Ronald M. 

13 Clough _ M. 

14 Pauline Elizabeth F. 

15 Robert William _ M. 

16 John Paul M. 

16 John Durkin M. 

17 Joyce Pearl Osgood F. 

17 Charles Frederick M. 

17 Neal Albert M. 

19 George William, Jr M. 

20 John Frederick _ M. 

21 Robert Jacob ... M. 

22 Marjorie Jean F. 

22 Mary Elizabeth F. 

22 Marjorie Ruth _ F. 

22 Paul Edward M. 

23 Helen Mary F. 

24 Doris Jean F. 

24 F. 

25 William Edward M. 

27 Pauline F. 

27 Clara Louise F. 

28 James Charles, Jr. M. 

29 Earl Raymond M. 

30 Edith Maude F. 

30 Robert Engel _..... M. 



Mother's 
Father's Xaiiie Maiden A'ame 

. La.xrence West Ciladys Towie 

.William M. Regan Kathleen Hinchcv 

.Norman Shipper Carolyn Hemstock 

John L. Farnnm _„.. Lillian C. Ordway 

Eugene L. Pelletier > Blanche Y. Perron 

John Adams Lillian Cvishing 

Verne K. Stevens Gladys M. Briggs 

Renald J. Prince Hazel Annis 

Oliver J. Charpentier Dolores Cormier 

Ralph C. Johnson Mabel E. Virgin 

i.Carl H. Clough Rosa C. Pauze 

,. George H. Blodgett Elva A. Stevens 

' Jim Nauton Eva Josef 

Joseph D. Champagne Helen Mary King 

' Clarence G. Giguere Evelyn M. Durk-n 

William J. Parmenter Marion J. Osgood 

'Charles F. Martel Irene E. Beck 

Clarence E. Jesseman Vera R. Clark 

' George W. Mclnnis Mary I. LaFlannne 

' Harold E. French Marguerite Fowler 

' Ovid J. Pratt _ Cora Brown 

' Gerald M. Brown Bertha D. Blaisdell 

' Howard A. Stevens Mary E. Ineson 

' Paul A. Mansur Ruth K. Lord 

' Warren McDonald _ Frieda Lemeries 

' Peter Osolinski _ Mary Prokapik 

' Lawrence W. Schraut Isabelle Morgan 

' Merle F. Densmore Dorothy Sprague 

' George F. Dent lona M. Garvey 

' Eugene J. De.sjardins Bertha Audet 

' Holman R. Blake Marion E. Chandler 

' James C. Ham _ Myra G. Miner 

' Edward H. York Annie Fournier 

' Garland E. Stearns _. Viola Beauregard 

' George W. Bieber Marion Engel 

JULY 



Date Child's Name 

1 Joyce Ellen 

1 Beverly Aiuie _. 

4 Laurice Althea 



6 May 



8 Jobin 

9 Donald Wayne . 



Mother's 
Father's Name Maiden Name 

.. F. L.Carl H. Nelson .. Mabel Marshall 

._ F. ■' AVilliam J. Loan Helen Sampson 

_. F. " Maurice W. Hosmer Laura Folsom" 

... F. " Edward .1. Stafford _ Edna J. Lassonde 

_ F. "Charles R. Call _.. Blanche TowIe 

..- M. " Homer J. Reed Hazel Ash 

M. S.Simeon Joliin Marie A. Mercier 

_. M. L. Ralph W. Hartshorn Doris Chamberlin 



196 



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JULY — Concluded 



Date Child's \ame Father's Name 

11 Mayhew ^.. F. S. Thomas J. Mayhew _. 

12 Barbara Ann _ F. L.Archie N. Gourley 

13 Marjorie Anne ...- __ F. " Herbert A. Sherman . 

13 Dorset F. '" Edmund Emerson 

14 Douglas Norin M. " Robert E. Jones 

16 Edgar Arthur M. " Edgar A. Ash 

16 Ellen Louise F. " Edward F. Shaw 

17 Patricia F. "Edward Ellis 

17 Eugene Francis M. " Alfred B. Parker 

17 Hov\e Thomas M. " Howe Anderson 

18 Karl Byron M. " Joseph H. Robinson — 

18 F. " Everett S. Wood 

19 Ronald Allen M. " Arrington A. Wood — 

19 Edward James M. " George F. Hill 

19 Patricia Joan F. " Earl H. French 

19 M. " Ernest D. Bolduc 

23 ; F. " Leo J. Mayo 

24 — M. •' Wilbur Cole 

35 Carl Edward M. " Carl E. Harriman 

26 Nancy Sutton _ F. " Farwell A. Brown 

26 Theresa Ann _ F. " J. Paul Downing 

27 Alfred Sidney ._ M. " Sidney G. Maddock _ 

28 F. " Alexander St. Louis 

31 Donald _ M. " George B. Macnevin _ 

31 Frederick Aaron M. " Edgar A. Wells 

31 Robert Morrison M. " John E. Bean _ 



Mother's 
Maiden Name 
Jessie A. Hanrahan 
Marjory Newbold 
Helen Holmes 
Katherine Dorset 
Nan Norin 
Blanche Hillsgrove 
Ethleen G. Hutchinson 
Jessie Rogers 
Annie Hardiman 
Myrtle Modenion 
Flossie M. Lewis 

, Lillian Dodge 

. Hilda Snow 

. Lucinda Partridge 

. Laura R. Moran 

. Corinne Miner 

. Hazel Corian 

. Marie Hawkins 

. Dorothy Story 

- Mary E. Lake 
Mabel Ford 

. Eileen R. Lill 

. Laura O. Beauchine 

. Ella A. Malm 

. Maude Green 

. Doris Prichard 



AUGUST 



Date Child's Na7ne 

1 Francis Joseph M. L, 

3 Barbara Jean F. " 

3 Gordon Robert M. " 

4 Joseph Andre Phillippe M. " 

5 M. " 

5 F. " 

5 Daniel Batchelder M. " 

.5 Elizabeth Ann F. " 

6 Melville William M. " 

6 Frank Nathan. Jr., M. " 

6 Willard Elliott M. " 

8 F. " 

9 • M. " 

9 Louis Merton M. " 

9 Richard Wilfred M. " 

10 F. " 

12 Samuel Lawrence — M. 



Father's Name 
Francis M. Mulligan 
Henry Phelps 



Alfred Laramee 

Philippe Fortin 

William G. Bailey 

Simeon Fredette .. 

Leon A. Hoik 

Frank A. Staples 

Harry W. Potter 

Frank N. Sawyer 

Sidney W. Stockwell 

Guy R. Strachan 

Joseph F. Donahoe _ 

Harry M. Corson 

Emile Nadeau 



Donald M. LaFIeur _.. 
Samuel B. Stanley 



Mother's 
Maiden Name 
Alice Robinson 
Virginia Frary 
Jennie Evans 
Marie A. Beaupre 
Alice E. Ru.ssell 
Virginia Guilmette 
Bernice Batchelder 
Louise Hunt 
Mary Hanley 
Verna E. Slack 
Marianne McAhfee 
Maude J. Corson 
H. Euphemia Bourne 
Gladys Riel 
Julia Arsenault 
Gertrude W. Stevens 
Evelyn Clark 



BIRTHS 



197 



AUGVST— Concluded 



Date 
12 — 



Child's Same 



Father's Name 



13 Marilyn Rosa 

14 Mary Ann 

H 

15 Currier 

15 Robert Foster 

15 Robert Alfred 

15 Willard Conway, Jr. 

16 J. Bruce 

16 Patricia Ann _..- 

17 Howard H 

18 Jean 



18 Elizabeth Sandra 

18 Charlene Marj- 

21 Wayne Putnam 

23 Elizabeth May ...._ 

23 Robert Earl 



25 Joseph Leonard Alphonse 

28 John Baker, third 

28 Shawn Mae __. 

29 Judith Louise 

30 Beverly Joan 

31 Marlene Jov — 



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" John M. Huckins — 
" Edward N. Cohen „ 
" Willard A. Jennison 
S.Arthur Currier, Jr. . 

L. Henry L. Shay 

" J. Harold Johnson 

"Willard C. Ash 

" Arthur K. Kelley 

" Charles A. Crowley 

" Fred A. Cross - 

" John Dachowska 

" Edward Sanel 

" Augustine Flanagan , 

" Walter K. Miller 

" Edward Lamprone „ 

" Harry N. Hobson 

" Alton L. Ferris 

" Homer L. Crowther . 

" Henri Brochu 

" John B. Tasker 

" George L. Stevens 

'" Harold C. Boyden _ 
" Wilfred H. Osborne 
" Leon Magee 



Mother's 
Maiden Name 

Cecile CJirovard 
, Margaret R. Venne 

Elizabeth Pike 

Naomi Ballon 

Hazel Cole 

Esther E.Friberg 

Winnifred R. Phillips 
. Lillian I.Wirrell 

Mable I. Howe 

Josephine Erwin 

Mildred E. Holbrook 

Helen Hall 

Yvonne E. Fournier 

Helen Ivers 

Gladys Miller 

V. Elizabeth Reardon 

Irene M. Baker 

Theda LaFleur 

Florence Warner 

Lucia Brochu 

Catherine Baker 

Flossie French 

Marie E. Hebert 

Mary L. Doherty 

Cora 1. Noe 



SEPTEMBER 



Date Child's Name 

1 Pauline Theresa _ - 

Robert Louis 

Maurice Crawford 



Robert Clifford, third 

James Albert 

Lloyd William 

Edward Bradley M. 

Yvonne Jennette F. 



M. 

_ F. 

F. 

F. 

F. 

M. 

F. 

F. 

Rodney Bradford M. 

Minassian M. 



Donald Louis — 
Marjory Louise — 

Colleen 

Madeline Joyce _ 
Joanne Marie — 
Charles Willis, Jr. 
Muriel 



Father's Nam.e 

F. L.Joseph L'Heureux 

M. " Louis Brusa 

M. " Ellsworth B. Philbrick 

M. " Robert C. Hawkes 

M. " Russell R. Reid 

M. " William F. Gate 

" Thomas B. Callahan _ — 

" .Arthur Longchamp 

" Frefl Baker 

" Albert L. Drew , 



'' Francis J. Crowley 

" Calvin R. Smart 

" Alfred W. Irving 

" Charles W. Brown . 
" Raymond Severance 
" Lester E. Murray _ 

" Fred P. Roberts 

S.Sarkis Minassian _ 



Mother's 
Maiden Name 
Eva Drouin 
Eliza Rolgiatti 
Doris A. Bachelder 
Alberta Griffin 
Verna E. L. Smith 
Lura Abigal 

Alice 

Jeannette Charpentier 
Yvonne Belanger 
Ruby I. Johnson 
Gladys Angwin 
Rosa Martell 
Evelyn E. Can- 
Barbara Eddy 
Bernice Morrill 
Cora A. Runnells 
Evelyn Robinson 
Yexa Stev 



198 



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SEPTEMBER— Concluded 



Date Child's Xamc 

12 Elizabeth F. 

J2 Mary Alma F. 

14 _.. _ M. 

14 Robert Kenneth M. 

14 Donakl Sydney _ _ M. 

16 _ F. 

17 Mills F. 

17 Patricia Ann .". F. 

17 Eniile Paul M. 

18 Joanne F. 

15 Beverly Joan . . F. 

19 Chester Delmar, Jr M. 

19 Judith Mary F. 

21 Alvah Thomas, Jr M. 

22 Moniqiie ._ _ F. 

22 Madeline F. 

22 M. 

23 Gertrude Annie F. 

24 Beatrice Arlene ._ F. 

25 Russo M. 

25 _ M. 

26 Frank Lester M. 

26 Phyllis Ann F. 

26 Alice Laura F. 

26 Martin Henry, third M. 

27 M. 

28 Kenneth Frederick M. 

29 Robert Henry M. 

30 Richard M. 

30 Ralph M. 

30 Joseph Brown, Jr _ M. 



Father's \a7ne 

L.lstuic Kiiifi 

•• Iviiier C. Wiiriiin 

( in lis E. Brassiiu 
• Charles C. Hoagland 

" Kenneth C. Walker 

" John R. Burke 

S.Frank M. Mills 

L.Perley Couch 

" Eniile P. Tousignant 
" Arthur A. Moore 

" Charles C. Nutter 

" Chester D. Floyd 

'■ Scott E. Wallace 

" Alvah T. Longley 

" Denis Morin _ 

" John Hearn 

'• Philip ,r. LeBrun .._ 

" Rollo E. Dow 

" Troy Giltmore 

S.Joseph J. Russo 

L.Gordon D. McLeod 

" Frank L. Smith 

" James H. Ryan .! 

" Wm. H. Hunneyman 
" Martin H. Gurley. Jr. 

" Michel N. Dahood 

" Frederick J. Chenette 

" Leo H. Drouin 

" Zado J. Mailhot 

" .Joseph B. Piper _ 



Mother's 
Maiden Name 
.... Agnes Callahan 

Mabel K. Wiggin 

.. Doris L. Shaw 

Ellen E. Ander.son 

Margery C. Beck 

.... Ruth Gilford 

Ethel VanDeniark 

Alice Lewis 

Anna LeBlanc 

Thelma Strong 
. Evelyn E. Farrar 

Beatrice Miles 

Mary J. Fahey 
Ina Kimball 

Blanche Rouleau 

Beatrice Belanger 

... May Brodeur 

Jessie Maggison 

.._ Freda Sweeney 

Ella Gerald 

.- Velma L. Hutt 

Josephine MacLellan 

Helen Burns 

I.,aura M. Dubois 

Helen Hutton 
. Mary Backley 

Helen L. Potter 

Blanche Barker 

.._ Aureanna Cyer 
.... Evelyn Coldwell 
Clara Bassett 



OCTOBER 



Date Child's Name 

2 Betty Jean F. L. 

2 John Lister _ .= M. " 

4 Joan Louise F. " 

4 Marjorie Rose F. " 

4 Delia Ann _ F. " 

5 James Raymond M. " 

6 Clifford Gerrish M. " 

7 Beatrice F. S 

7 Robert Jameson, Jr M. L. 

8 Jane Elizabeth F. " 

10 Frank Albert _. M. " 



Mother's 
Father's Name Maiden Name 

Shirley C. Clark _.. Ida M. Forst 

Austin ,1. Perry Germaine B. Preve 

Harold W. Greatorex Irena Hodgkins 

Leon K. Bishop _ _ Wingola J. Crockett 

George E. Cooper Annabelle M. Keaton 

William F. Glavin Ruth Jenkins 

Robert D. Foley ..._. „ Florence Tirrell 

Cliffortl Broker Isabel Gerrish 

Donald Demers Limiena Burchard 

Robert J. Cushing _ Ida Anderson 

Eail M. Sawyer „ Mary E. Morin 

Frank .•\. Quimby Doris F. James 



BIRTHH 



109 



OCTOBEU— Concluded 



Date Child's Name 

11 _ ...- _ F. L 

13 Dana Little M. " 

13 Carl Enar _ M. " 

14 Marjory - - F. " 

14 Eleanor Anioret _ F. " 

16 Robert Charles M. " 

17 Edna Maire F. " 

17 Robert Edward M. " 

23 Alfred .. . M. " 

23 Conway Webster . . M. " 

25 M. " 

25 Albert Raymond M. " 

25 Leonora Anne F. " 

27 Joseph Aloysius M. '' 

29 KI(;oniki _.. F. " 

29 Esther Lavona _ _.- F. " 

30 Dennis Charles M. " 

31 Paul Burdette M. ' 



Mother's 
Father's Name Maiden .\ame 

. MalcDJni H. Moses Lois U. Richardson 

Nathaniel Sawyer Pauline Davenport 

Carl E. Oslund Helen A. Pierce 

Fred \V. GuUage _.. Dora Steed 

Franklin Mollis Eleanor A. Slaker 

Vincent Heath Dorothy Gallien 

Edmond E. Cutting Grace Wilbur 

Andrew J. Bussiere Rosa A. Fillion 

Omer J. E. Bolduc Doris Makin 

Quincy V. Sinclair . Gertrude R. Foot 

William Papineau Mary J. Chase 

Lawrence H. Philbrick Clara G. Audette 

Jerry L. Kengas Velma Haarala 

Joseph A. McGuiie Louise M. Trombly 

Thomas G. Spanos Mary Papadoplos 

John L. Olin - Mura B. Fifield 

Karl E. Dearborn June L. Hines 

' Burdette Pebbles Yvonne Audette 



NOVEMBER 



Date Child's Name 

1 Marilyn Elizabeth 

3 Roland 

3 Barbara Ruth _.. 

4 Richard Earl 

5 Robert Stewart _ 

5 Edward Richard 

7 Abbott 

7 Walter Howard 

7 Joan Elana 

9 Ann Mae 

10 Rita Louise — 

12 Beverly Gene — 

12 John Munroe _ — 

14 Thayne 

14 Joan Louise — 

15 Winfield John, Jr 

16 Diane R 

17 Albert Frederick 

17 Gary F 

18 Cote — 

21 Carmi Harold — 

21 Duane David 

21 Patricia Jean 

21 Jacquelyn _ 

22 Joan Elaine 



Mother's 
Father's Name Maiden Name 

F. L.Louis A. Forbes ._ Betty E. Fletcher 

. M. " Philip Boisvert Aurore Binette 

. F. "Edgar B. Randlett . Mildred M. Bean 

M. " William J. Pluff Alice M. Simard 

M. "William R. Howser - Kathleen E. Goss 

M. " Leon Fournier Ruth L Taj'lor 

. M. S.Arthur Abbott Rose Roy ' 

M. L.James R. Riley Ruth Simonds 

F. "Harold P. Lufkin Dawn J. Reed 

F. " Frank P. Kenney _ Doris McWhirk 

F. " Alfred Dane Irene Porter 

F. " Philip W. Clark _ _ Grace Beaulac 

M. " Shelby O. Walker ._ .- Isabelle Faneuf 

F. ■' Carl W. Harris Hazel Barnes 

F. " Charles S. Macey - Mary L. Stoddard 

M. " Winfield J. Phillips Doris Saben 

F. " Chester D. Evans _ Rena Johnson 

M. "Albert E. Lynch Ethel Coran 

M. " L. Paul Dow - Frances Roaeh 

^I- ' Larena Cote . 

F. " Andrew M. Miller Grace M. Abbott 

M. "Harold F. Sherburne - Almeda C. Cass 

M. " Oscar L. Drew Dorothy L. Robin.son 

F . " George Malfait Ruth Kelley 

F. " Carl Flagg Lula Young 

F. " Alexander I,. Chandler Nina B. Strout 



200 



CITY OF CONCORD 



NOVEMBER— CowcZwdec? 



Date Child's Xante 

23 • ■ M. 

23 Richard Gordon _ M. 

24 Maricanne M. Margarete F. 

25 Daniel Lyle M. 

25 F. 

27 Barbara Edith F. 

27 Joseph Richard Felix M. 

27 M. 

28 Antoinette ._ F. 

28 Robert Wilfred M. 

30 Robert Eben M. 

30 Myriia Lorraine F. 



Mother's 
Father's Name Maiden Name 

L.William E. Goldthwaite Dorothea Wetmorc 

" Kenneth W. Merrill _ Irene Provenchia 

" Kurt Richter Freda Sablowski 

" John L. Creighton _ Sylvia S. Poore 

" Arinand O. Harbour Regina Beauchine 

" William A. Barnard Florence O. Corson 

" Michael Kostier _. _. „ Vivian Rovidoux 

"Eugene W. Gordon Frances L. Prentiss 

" Guy Alosa Theresa P'ederico 

" Wilfred J. Boisvert Alice Dufresne 

" Henry E. Locke Eleanor ^LW>■nne 

" Arthur G. Clark Kathr\-n Lair 



DECEMBER 



Date Child's Xame 

2 Margaret Louise 

Marie Reta 

Frank Cleveland, Jr. 

— Mayo 

Dorothy Joan 

Mary Claire _.- _ .- 

Marilyn Belinda 

Joyce Eileen 

Robert A 



Catherine May- 



Edith Lillian 



Madeleine Helene ._ 

Chase 

Marj' Ann 

Anita Mae 

Webster Easterb rooks, 

Marshall Andrew 

Roger Francis 

Stanley Kirk, Jr. 

John Jewell _. 



Jr. 



Joyce May 

Ellen May 

Charles William, 
Jean Ann 



Jr. 



Mother's 
Father's Name Maiden Name 

. F. L.Mauric* E. Welch _ „... Margaret R. Mclsaac 

. F. " Rocco DiCicco Alice Chaput 

. M. " Frank C. Manning Mabelle Whitefield 

S.Elzear F. Mayo Ethel M. O'Brien 

. F. L.Axel W. Anderson Signe Johnson 

. F. " .\rchie L. Tardif Nora Cotter 

. F. " Earl R. Gilman Ada M. Garland 

. F. " Elmer T. Stevens Betty McLean 

. M. " Andrew A. Mooney Emma T. Melanson 

. F. " Stuart Potter Sylvia A. Osgood 

. F. " Joseph F. Shaw _ Irma A. Avis 

. M. " Angelo Arata _ _ Emily O'Roke 

. F. " Bernard C. Chase Doris A. Clark 

. M. " Max Levine . . Rose Solomon 

. F. " .Adelard Nolin Olivine Carrier 

. F. S. Chester P. Chase Grace Clark 

F. L.Earl C. Geer Leona F. Auprey 

. F. " Fred N. O'Keefe .\nnette Dancause 

M. " Webster E. Bridges Hazel Brown 

M. " Von J. Nay Bertha Marie Fenton 

, M. " Charles Moody Jean M. Davis 

M. " Stanley K. Richardson .\nnie Evans 

M. " Philip H. Butterfield Nettie Jewell 

M. " James Sartorelli Felicita Monti 

. F. " Joseph C. Almeda Rosa Enos 

F. " Leonard P. Ash . _ Vera L. Robinson 

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Deaths Registered in the City of Concord for the Year 
Ending December 31, 1933 



JANUARY 









AGE 




Date 


Name 


Years 


Months 


Days 


2 


Osma C. Morrill - ..- - 


77 


8 


25 


3 


Ri'-hfird J TiPp 


67 






4 


Frank A. Butterfield .- . — 


72 


3 


26 


6 




68 


8 


23 


7 




42 


4 




7 


Lilian Rose Shepard . ^ _ — 


67 


1 


19 


8 


Alice Theresa Poiilin . -.... _ 


1 





6 


9 


Stephen A. Taylor . . „ _ _ _. . 


89 


3 


12 


la 


Lucy Ann Bean 


76 


6 


12 


11 










14 


Arma M. Bickford _ .- -. _ — — 


88 


10 


18 


14 


Sophie Jane Fernald .- _ 


88 


7 


24 


14 


Sarah F. Wheeler — _ 


74 


1 


_ 


16 


George Allen Sibley 


85 


9 


12 


16 


William S. Putney -. 


83 


9 


22 


16 


Flora M. Aldricli _ . 


73 


1 


6 


16 


Mar\' Ella Brockway 


47 


10 


_._ 


17 


Sarah A. Darrah — 


72 


11 


26 


20 




73 






20 


Mar\- Ellen Dearborn 


80 




7 


21 


Fred E. Sawyer _. _ 


65 


3 


19 


21 


I\'al C. Titus ...... — .. - 


76 








21 


Hannah Ahern .... _ — _ 


73 


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21 


Annie M. Pearce ... ..- -... 


57 


5 


13 


22 


Philander G. Abbott ... _ 


86 


6 


11 


22 


Tfinrp A. Rfik-er .. 


78 


10 


10 


23 


Charle.s H. Cliapnian _ 


85 


9 


22 


24 


Florence A. Gale _._ - ._ 


79 


5 


11 


24 


Ralph K. Jordan _ 


35 


2 


20 


26 


Alexander Veno _ ._ _.. 


58 








27 


Alfred Sanel ....- _ _ . .. . _ - 


21 


8 


12 


27 


Margaret K. Desmond _ _. . „. 


51 


3 


26 


29 


Ellanett Badger Dudley 


83 


1 


24 


30 


Thomas D. Winch - 


... 85 


3 


20 


30 


John 4 Rjoik- 


59 


3 




31 


Theresa K. Bcmtelle _ 


28 


4 


3 



FEBRUARY 



3 Richard Rodney Young 

4 J. Hazen Bartlett 53 

4 Mary E. Greeley 71 



DEATHS 211 



FEBRUARY— Cowc/Hded 



Date Xame 

a Julia E. Gleason _ 

6 Alice Randall Blount _ - 

6 Joseph Huniieymen 

7 Addie C. Allen ... _ 

8 Otis Brock Greer 

8 Leander Parkhurst 

10 Effie M. Parkhurst 

12 Clara B. Harriman 

13 James E. Thompson 

14 Volana E. Kilton 

14 William L. Huntress 

16 Annie Dubia 

16 Charles H. Ames 

19 Mary Cressy Mathews 

21 Gilbert. H. Berrj' 

23 Lilla Olla Dadmun 

23 George Kendall Stratton _ 

28 Honora A. Sweeney 

2S Patrick H. Cahill 





AGE 




>-(Or.v 


Mnnthn 


Days 


59 


7 


19 


80 


3 


16 


77 


9 


28 


75 


8 


14 


62 


10 


5 


63 


2 


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72 


3 


27 


70 


4 




84 


11 


20 


87 


4 


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79 


2 


23 


86 




4 


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5 


12 


76 


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26 


82 


2 


19 


56 


4 


10 


87 


1 


17 


64 








53 


2 


19 



MARCH 



1 Eli Leon Strugeon 90 3 4 

2 Lois Ann Little 80 6 2 

5 William H. Keenan 74 

7 Ella F. Parmenter 74 __ 



Hastings 



8 Ro\ena Jane Yeaton 83 .... 26 

13 Daisy Royce __ 37 4 20 

13 Henry Noble Pike _ _. 78 2 24 

14 Eugene T. Young _ 64 7 22 

15 Josephine Whiting ._ 25 .... 27 

19 Mary Elizabeth Budd _ 74 8 7 

20 Willis Clifford Chandler 53 7 18 

20 Charles Powell .„ 64 

22 Celina Couture 90 2 23 

23 Russell Philip ..._ _ _. _ 64 2 11 

29 Ellen Sullivan 84 

29 James F. Scully _...-.._ .„ 78 6 24 

30 Clara J. Jenkins _ _ 79 5 20 



CITY OF CONCOUU 



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84 
81 
73 
87 
88 
46 
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64 
78 
99 
77 
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58 
69 
78 
68 
76 


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6 

7 
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9 


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11 


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11 


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12 


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4 


13 


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18 
20 


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3 
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21 






11 


23 


William Alfred Edmunds 






24 


John Sanborn Putney -. 




27 


26 
28 


Elizabeth A. Rushton . ..- 

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2 
5 


28 


Ellen Tuck Stevens _ _ 















MAY 



4 Abbie Smith Putney 

10 Selnia Lundgren 

11 Will Andrew Cutter . 

11 George Audette 

18 James J. Mannion _. 

20 Michael Sullivan 

22 Napoleon Landry . 



24 Edmund H. Brown 

26 Flora Barton Wellman 

26 Harry R. Sturm 

27 Mina L. Blaisdell 

30 Harriet F. Davis 

31 Phoebe Goundrey 

31 Ernest S. Brooks _ 



68 


4 


4 


90 


1 


10 


64 


1 




8 
65 


1 


8 


67 


11 


8 


75 


6 


25 


74 


3 


7 


78 


3 


23 


72 


1 


6 


87 


8 


27 


82 







49 


6 


1 



JUNE 



2 William J. Sullivan _.... 

5 Jeremiah Sullivan 

14 Clara Kimball Ayers ._ . 

15 William Henry Whiting 

16 Edith A. Winters ...._ 









51 
63 

8.5 
79 
54 


1 

2 
6 
3 


















24 








24 








29 



DEATHS 2 1 ;? 



J U N E — Conclu'ded 



AGE 

Date Xame Years Months Days 

16 Leilan M. Davis 71 6 8 

16 Mary A. Dearborn 1 87 4 22 

20 Lucy Jane Moore 89 5 13 

20 Abbie F. Moseley 88 .. .- 14 

20 Eva Case 60 .... 3 

23 Keenan (twins) _ - — _ - ...._ — 

25 Arthur P. Hadlej- . 55 8 25 

28 Prescott S. Buckminster 53 10 11 

28 Priscilla E. Pearl 81 4 

28 Almira H. Dral<e 67 9 21 

29 Emma S. Hill 84 9 3 

30 Anita Laflamme . — 18 5 

30 William G. Wall 62 10 13 



JULY 









63 

72 
81 
72 
54 
85 
78 
77 
64 
66 
60 
74 
83 
23 
82 
55 
71 
71 

61 
73 
76 

78 


10 

9 
10 
2 
7 
6 
3 
11 
1 
8 

11 

8 

1 
8 

6 

1 

10 
10 


28 












J. Elizabeth Hoyt Stevens .. _ 




8 
6 








20 


5 






11 


9 


Helen H. Coffin 




9 


10 


Ella A. Blair . . .- „ .... .. 




IS 


12 


.Iiistn« ri rinrk 




24 


14 


William \ Flandpffi 




14 


14 






10 


16 
21 


John Dearborn .. .... 

Jennie E. Adams . ... — .- ~ 





10 


21 

24 
24 


John William Paul 

Helen E. Keen _ 

Rosana M. Orr ..— _. _. 




16 
22 
28 


25 


Adella Belle Ferrin .. ._ _._ 




5 


25 








28 


Mary Fnnta'np 




24 


28 


St. Louis 






28 
29 


Hulda Carlson 

Nelson C. Simonds _ 




1 


31 
31 


John Edward Coulter 

Barthelma Nerbonne . 




11 
4 



I'U 



CITY OF COM'OUn 



AUGUST 



Ddte 
2 
4 


Xame 
Loieii S. Ric'luudxjii 

Annie M. Wiggin 

Joseph A. Tiiigeon 




Years 
89 
80 
61 
74 
92 
81 
46 
53 
77 
88 
70 
92 
16 


AGE 

Months 
11 

11 
1 
8 
9 
6 
8 
6 
7 
2 

6 
6 


Days 
23 

23 


If) 




19 


12 




21 


15 
17 


Mathilde Boulay _.. 

Frank Herbert Low .. . 





3 
26 


17 
24 


William Edward Donai 


»an .._ _ 


7 
9 


25 

28 


Anne Huntress Kemp 
Olive M. Saltmarsh ... 
Maiy Annie Dunne 


-- 


11 
5 


29 






31 






25 


31 


Shadrach Arthur Tsari 


des -.-... - 


23 


SEPTEMBER 


2 


George J. Denuerlv . - 




61 
46 
56 
61 
60 
59 
77 
77 
57 
88 
81 
65 
70 


8 

1 
4 

10 
8 
7 
2 
3 
3 
5 

5 


8 


2 

9 


Edward Joseph \'alliere _ 

Ro.se M. Osier _ - _ _ _.. 


28 


12 


Harr\' Leon Doe . 




11 


13 


Gertrude E. Stanley .. 
Harriet Lsabella Porter 
John Edward Stevens _ 
Dodd Perkins Wheeler 
Sadie A. Goodsell 




24 


13 




5 


15 




18 


18 






20 




12 


2"' 


Charles James Rand . 

George W. Fletcher . 

Ellen B. Barnard _ 




21 


24 




17 


26 






30 


Cora Isabelle Claflin 












OCTOBER 



1 Jame^ Joseph Gannon 

3 Frederick P. Clement .. 

3 James Marsh 

5 George H. Eastman ..._ 

10 Chloe C. Blackman _.... 

10 Everett Hoitt 

17 Annie E. Ford 

17 William P. Nohin „..-._ 

22 Fred Oscar Libbey 

22 Robert Lee Saltmarsh 

23 Robert W. Wescott 

29 John Joseph Crowley .. 

30 Clinton E. Morrill _ 



DEATHS 215 





OCTOBER- 


-Concluded 








Date 
31 


■ Name 




Years 

77 
82 


AGE 

Months 
6 
2 


Dans 
27 


31 


Charles Edwin Noves ._. 




4 










NOVEMBER 


1 






16 
52 
75 
90 
59 
45 
67 
SO 
52 
85 
38 
62 

59 
75 
69 
48 
73 
86 
86 
71 
24 
85 
75 
57 
75 
31 


2 

4 

6 

2 

8 
9 
6 
11 
6 
8 
1 

6 

11 • 
3 

3 

7 
1 

4 
10 
5 
1 


28 


1 






3 


11 


SflTTinpl A MillfT 






12 






16 


14 


May Myers Pickett .. . . _. 




27 


15 


T.illip Cappllp Np«p1I 






15 






14 


15 
19 


William J. Neil 

fjporgp TC Kngstrorn 




5 
26 


20 


Thomas Walter Williams 




8 


20 


Robpn William Tonkin ,. 




21 


20 


Alice Kimball Field _ 




28 


21 


KHna. M Oitting 




4 


23 


Everett C. Bartlett 




24 


23 






26 


23 


Dora V Morrill 




1 


24 


EHwarrl C, Npwdorf 




4 


25 
25 


Johanna L. Halpin _ 

Thoma.s Rohinson 






26 


Ezrn R Riinnpis 




22 


26 
26 


Alirplia Mnrin 

Marion Helen Fitzgerald . 





5 


27 


Luther D. Hackett - .- 




3 


28 


T.aiira Wnlhridgp Hpafh 




24 


29 


Bert B. Gerald .. - . ..,_ . 




18 


29 


Winifred Moynihan .. _ .. 




3 


30 


Oscar Robert Champagnp 




17 










DECEMBER 


5 


Corinna E. Devereux _ 




84 
93 
79 
70 
75 
81 
54 
76 
72 
23 


7 
6 

5 
10 
7 
9 

4 
6 


19 


9 


Lucretia Stickney Waterman _... 




9 


11 


Jennie N. Clifford _. 




16 


13 


Matilfia .lane Angwin 




11 


19 


George H. Terrill _ _. _ .. 




3 


21 


Louise Gage Kimball 




13 


21 


William Joseph Alarie 




29 


2A 


Jea.n E. Mnrin ,. , 






26 


Mary Tiemej- _ _ __ ... 




- 


27 


Ester Louise Knee ... _. 




6 











i'K; city of concord 

Deaths Registered at the New Hampshire State 
Hospital for the Year Ending December 31, 1933 



JANUARY 



AGE 

Date Xame Years Months Days 

1 Louis Eisner . _ 80 

3 Mary Campbell 68 

4 Fred W. Charon 61 1 15 

5 Cyrus E. Skinner 82 10 II 

7 Elizabeth Swanson 60 11 

8 Minnie E. Rawson 70 2 18 

8 Helen SanSouci 83 

10 Sarah Levering ._ 77 

10 Aclclie Uliiie .. - - _ _ 73 9 4 

11 Clarence E. Oilman 69 

13 Henry Wellman 75 ^ 

13 John MacDonald 41 1 5 

17 Mary J. Davis 71 8 19 

18 Mary A. Hinchey 65 11 20 

20 James E. Borden _ 65 3 18 

21 Elmer E. Peabody _ 69 9 29 

22 Mar>- Helen Clark 75 4 19 

23 Patrick J. Brennan 77 

24 Almon D. Plummer 84 11 21 

29 Gilbert Wright : 83 

31 Helen Adams Parker 66 5 25 

31 Frank E. Lamprey 82 __ 



FEBRUARY 



1 Lora S. Craig 

1 Lucy Jones 

4 Flora Prescott 

4 Flora A. Pattee .._ 

8 George E. Blaisdell 

10 Margaret Gagner ... 

11 Robert Jones _ 

12 George Brooks 

12 Ethel Wilsey 

15 Vienna Mack 

15 Martha Glover 

17 Frank Cass 

•22 Bridget E. Whalen 

25 Floyd E. H. Frye 

25 Annie Milan 

26 Charles Poulin 

28 Melissa Wyatt 



84 


1 


14 


79 


4 


13 


87 


2 


4 


72 


11 


26 


81 






79 


7 


22 


65 








45 


7 


11 


21 


7 


28 


86 


7 


20 


39 


9 




59 


10 


21 


29 


8 


7 


47 






76 








48 


3 


16 


78 


11 


24 



DEATHS 



217 



MARCH 



Date Name 

1 Byron F. Smith „.. 

7 Rose Anna Breton 

S Alexander Neilson 

13 Jolm W. Roberts 

14 Jess Tynan _ _. 

14 William V. Thorne 

20 Hertha Isabel Edgerly .._ 

20 Edgar P. Seward 

22 Herbert Ingell 

23 Rose Gautiiier _ 

26 Ira Feloh 

26 James Oilman -. 

26 Sarah Jane Richardson . 

27 Christina Wagner 

28 Ellen Lane 





AGE 




IVars 


Months 


Dni/s 


77 


2 


1 


34 


9 


23 


53 






79 


5 


26 


61 


11 


27 


49 


1 




48 


5 


19 


78 


9 


11 


52 


3 


2 


49 


_-_ 




88 


6 


22 


72 


2 




74 


3 


24 


79 




..._ 


85 


10 


8 



APRIL 



1 Grace T. Smith ._ _ 

2 Earl J. Barron . 

4 Bessie M. Freeman _ 

4 Joseph Turpin 

6 Angle N. Stevens 

12 Hartwell Peabody _.'. 

12 Frank Pscygoda 

14 Luther Roy 

14 Henrj- Balch 

17 Bernard E. Jenkins 

19 Alberta Hamblett 

21 David E. Bartlett 

23 Annie M. Swain 

25 William Gamer 

26 Maiy Christine PeiTOn 



87 
41 
28 
73 
69 
83 
47 
81 
86 
47 
62 
76 
72 
73 
64 



MAY 



3 John H. Murphy 

3 Daisy Ella Cook 

7 Nora M. Gordon -. 

8 Edmund N. Demerse 

9 Cora A. Reynolds 

11 Jennie T. Harris 

11 John F. Balla 

12 Harry T. Smalley 

14 James Knox 



21 S CITY <»F CO.NCOUI) 



MAY — Concluded 



Dale 


Xanie 


15 


Elmer Cutting _ 


18 


Emma L. Smitli — 


18 




19 


Emily H. Lewis 


19 


Almoii L. Gardner 


20 


Annie Jones 


21 


Julia Coates _ 


21 


Mar>- A. Alexander 


26 


Johanna Casey 


31 


Mary Brady _... 





AGE 




Years 


MoJtthx 


Daijs 


36 


11 


15 


80 


11 


6 


62 


11 


24 


61 




7 


58 





25 


59 








43 


.... 





73 


9 


5 


73 








91 


_.. 


13 



JUNE 



2 Mary Morrison 74 

4 William Wright - _ — 77 

6 Alice Dolloff 83 

7 Robert Elsworth 37 10 3 

8 Eugene Hunter - -. 69 1 6 

8 Aldina Biscornet - 76 1 18 

10 Florida HoiJe _ _ 44 

12 May Ellen Springer 71 8 13 

13 Elizabeth A. Cobiirn __ -_ 51 10 14 

19 Belsimore Landry 67 3 21 

22 IvT E. Robbe - 75 8 S 

23 John Colby Marshall, Jr. „ 28 6 IS 

24 Jennie Garvey 56 

24 Octavie Gillibert - - — 82 3 3 

28 George Almere Morrison — - 46 

29 Hattie M. Lyna 73 1 8 

30 Marv E. Gilman - _ 80 9 2 



JULY 



1 Michael Wright 31 9 13 

5 Grace Sink _.._ -...- 49 2 28 

7 Helen A. Drew — 51 

8 Josephine Prescott 71 

13 Benjamin Butterfield — 78 

18 Edna W. Shepard _ 86 2 18 

18 Peter Redigan _... _ 60 

19 Leona F. Dov\ning 48 3 22 

20 Frances Taft 81 

22 Frank P. Randlett __ - 75 1 14 

23 Frank E. Steele 71 10 2 

24 WaJter Goward 78 . 15 

29 Susie Osgood ~ 76 4 21 

29 Maria Tucker .. 33 _ 

30 Edward H. Winslow 85 9 

30 Henry Boucher - - - _. 48 9 12 



DEATHS 



219 



AUGUST 



Date 


A'ame 




i'ears 


AGE 

Months 


Days 


3 


Charles O. Stearns 




T2 

88 
63 
65 
61 
71 
71 
71 
60 
70 
72 
76 
37 
60 
58 
65 
68 


10 

2 

10 

7 
6 
11 

1 
4 

6 


25 


4 






6 
6 

7 


Bridget Rowen 

Elzira M. Knott — 

Anais Bouchard ....„ — 


-- 


24 


7 




14 


9 








in 


Oilman A. Clifford 




22 


11 
11 


James Nugent 

Frank Hastings 

Edward Smith 


- - 


8 
11 
24 


16 
18 
25 


Myra Hobbs - 

Edward Herrick Rowell . 


• — — ■' 


27 


25 


Henry Belloir 

Nellie Reillv — 




- 


?7 


Perrv Gould _ . .._ .... 




18 


28 


Martha Vermulen ...._ 







SEPTEMBER 



Thomas Miillin _... 

Arthur Lavoie 

Ethel M. Sage __ 

Yvonne Rousseau _.. 

Bion L. Nutting 

Charles G. Asaj' 

Ernest G. Estj- .._ 

Edward J. O'Brien 
Alzire Lafountaine _ 



OCTOBER 



4 Scott Cliapman 

5 William B. Pineo 

9 Stanislaus Yelle 

10 Arthur L. Hayward 

12 Perlej- Davenport 

18 Joseph Levesque 

19 Editli Challoner 

20 Mabel Benoit 

21 Evingelo Xuntalikas 

24 Clarence A. Hollins _ 

28 George H. Bundy 

29 Frederick Israel Kelly, Jr. 



81 


4 


4 


75 


5 





45 







84 


9 


_... 


44 


6 


17 


60 






58 


5 


12 


49 


11 


27 


49 


4 


23 


46 


6 


27 


85 






44 


6 


15 



L'LM) city of CONCOUl) 



NOVEMBER 



Date Same 

2 Dewer Hatch 

6 Edith \I. Maisliall 

7 Scertliea White 



8 Elizabetli Bilodeau 

9 Helen \V. Worden 

10 Daniel Stewart 

11 Susan Gilson — _ 

12 Mary E. Maiden _ 

15 Joseph Grant 

16 John Hogan — 





AGE 




Years 


Months 


Days 


84 


_. 


28 


84 


9 


22 


73 


5 


7 


55 


5 


25 


67 





27 


62 


6 


5 


84 


9 





78 




12 


72 


7 


25 


64 


1 


25 


79 


6 


25 


61 


1 


25 



20 George W. Willard _ 

21 Irving Drew Little 

25 Clementina B. Porter 55 5 

25 Ciiarles Sheridan 59 6 23 

28 George Burleigh 76 9 20 

29 George W. Davis -.- _ 72 2 16 

DECEMBER 

1 May Eva Le\igne -. .- — - - 

1 Lillian Duntley _ 

1 Fred Carman 

2 Marie Perry — 

2 Alexander Paquette 

8 AU)nzo Corliss . — 

10 Maria Baril 

13 George Prim 

13 Patrick McCarthy — 

13 Catherine McGee - 

15 Esther Coleman - _ 

17 Joseph Boisvert 

17 Augusta R. Tyrrell 

18 Al.bie A. George 

18 \'ictoria Biron 

19 MartiTi Hosmer _. ~ 

21 Merritt M. Covell _ _ 

25 E\elyn May Wakefield 

25 Raymond H. Tucker 

26 tirac-e A. Grant ..-. — 

26 Harry M. Russell _ 

28 Frank Dauserault 

30 Delia Sargent 

31 Frank Tardiff 



43 


5 


21 


57 








72 


7 


3 


54 


9 


1 


87 


4 


25 


79 


8 





54 


._ 


1 


84 


11 





6U 


8 


27 


66 


10 


4 


36 


1 


10 


39 


9 


9 


81 





21 


78 


7 


15 


58 







68 


10 


1 


80 


9 


13 


64 


9 


17 


42 


11 


9 


69 


6 


23 


52 


8 


28 


82 






65 


8 


23 


59 


7 


30 



i»i:aths 221 



Deaths Registered at the Margaret Pillsbury General 
Hospital for the Year Ending December 31, 1933 







JANUARY 








Date 
3 


Name 




Years 

35 

52 
62 
68 
12 
43 
65 


AGE 

Months 
4 

2 
2 
6 
4 
5 


Dai/s 
22 


6 


Frederick Earl Baldwin 
EUie L. Sullivan _.., 


- 


23 








13 


11 


Arabelle Melendy 






12 


Natalie May Cross 




14 


17 




28 


18 


Harry J. Rock 






19 


Addie S. Herrin 


— -- 




FEBRUARY 


2 


Jessie F. Lake _ 




69 
66 
4 
51 
3o 
71 
62 

68 


4 

8 
8 
3 
1 
3 
10 
7 
7 


11 




Robert F. Buclian 




9 


9 
16 


Thelnia E. Myberg 


- 


7 
21 


16 
19 


William Thomas Tippet 


•- ~ - - - -"- 


5 
2 


19 


Alfred Rydholm 




10 


20 
26 


George A. Broehu _. 

Hattie W. Durrell ..._ _ 


— 


13 

28 










MARCH 


6 


Lillian S. Cadret — .. 




61 

70 
80 
50 
19 


11 

7 
7 




6 
22 


Addie M. Burgum 

Wilbur A. Powers 




6 
12 


28 


William T. Ferns 




21 


29 


Frances Louise Murphy 






APRIL 


10 


Florence P. Newell _ ._ 




48 
62 
35 
33 


10 
8 


12 


15 


Addie Butterfield 






19 


Dorothy F. Ouilette . . 






28 


Alice M. Wilson 




10 



222 CITY OF CONCORD 



MAY 



Date Name 

3 Frank E. Knee 

7 J<ihn F. Barnard 

22 Willard Conway Ash 

22 Susan Augusta Flanders 

26 Doris H. Trager 





AGE 




Years 


Months 


Days 


54 


8 


15 


80 


11 


3 


29 


2 




83 


2 


18 


31 


3 


23 



JUNE 



2 McDonald 

4 Reagan 

17 AValter A. Gregg ...._ 



JULY 



3 


John 
Mary 

Nora 

Elean 


F. Waters __ ._ .. ... . 




. 53 

95 

53 

2 
38 

34 

73 

. 76 


2 

9 

8 

5 

2 
2 


10 


6 

6 


E. Stevens 

— Call .-.. 




14 




Ryan 






8 








10 
11 


or Abbott Tilton . 




22 


11^ 


Joan 
Irene 


Beverly Carr 




21 


15 


M. McNeil _. . .. _. 




23 


l"* 


— Wood 






'3 


Alber 
Jame> 
Charl 


t W. Hackett 




13 


?,fi 






20 


30 


es L. Mathewes .-. 




7 



AUGUST 



6 Ciiilia Reugtst)n 

17 Charles Joseph Spain _ 

18 Brady . _ 

21 Charlotte Wright Bagley 

21 Eleanor Marion Lamarre 

22 Myrtle Lee Brady - 

22 Alma Johnson 



64 




1 


58 


5 


2 


50 


4 


18 


11 


7 


19 


46 


5 


8 


65 


11 


27 



DEATHS 



223 









SEPTEMBER 








Date 
1 


Betty 

Eltha 
Agnes 
Louva 


\ame 




Years 

6 

28 
6,5 

65 

70 


AGE 

Months 
22 
2 
9 
11 

4 


Days 


8 


Marion Bassett 
Delia Matott . 




3 


10 




12 


10 








10 










17 


- Mills 








18 


Arthu 
Ida A 


" L. Proctor 






9 


20 










26 


















OCTOBER 


16 


Ann I 
Wane 
Clara 






61 
6,5 

84 


7 




27 


1 T. Billings 






28 


Maria Fellows _ 




8 








NOVEMBER 


1 


Elizab 

Carrie 

Theod 

Alice 

Ethel 

Josepl 

Rnfus 


eth E. Earle .._ 




77 

61 
44 
90 
53 
81 
94 


10 

3 
4 
1 
6 

5 




7 








8 


M. Sinclair 




2 


12 


ore R. Hill ... .. 




11 


14 


A. Abbott .- .- 




20 


19 


Louise Hesselder 
Munger 




20 


25 






26 


L Marston 














DECEMBER 


1 

7 


Laura 
Jeffers 
James 
Mildre 

Berths 
Ha rial 
John 
Alma 


B. Clough 
on Banks 


_._ 


57 
80 
47 
31 

42 

39 

28 


10 

10 

8 

5 
8 
3 

7 


25 


8 


A. Parmenter ... 
d Shattuck .._ . 




13 


9 




9 


10 


— Mayo .. - 






13 


I L. Wood . _ 




13 


24 


1 Rae Cassin 




24 


25 


Y. Rodd 




21 


27 


Marie Whitman 




14 









2l'4 CITY OF CONCUHI) 

Deaths Registered at the New Hampshire Memorial 
Hospital for the Year Ending December 31, 1933 







JANUARY 








3 


Name 
CJeorgiaiina Dion _ 




Yea rs 
56 
71 
69 


AGE 

Months 

8 
3 


Days 


11 




3 


28 






8 


29 


.Shirley Rus.^fll Elkin 


-- - ■- - - — 


19 


FEBRUARY 


3 






56 


1 


25 


26 


Clara M French . _ 






28 


Chester Philip Cliase 












MARCH 


3 






68 
25 
57 
82 


8 

1 




13 






7 


13 
25 


Harry Wilbur Jefferson 
Oilman W Hult .- .. 




3 


28 
















APRIL 


7 






43 


~ 


2 


12 
17 


Richard Paul Maynard 


- 


29 


30 


Stohrer 


- _.. - 




MAY 


15 


K'^pflT- F, RpU-er 




69 

41 

48 
67 


8 
10 

7 


15 


16 


Ruby Maud Morse 




2 


16 








30 


Km est P^iuin 






31 


Etta E. Saw\er 


■ 


28 



DEATHS SS.y 







JUNE 








Date 
13 


Xame 

Clough . 




Years 


AGE 

Month.-' 


Dtn/x 










JULY 


12 






53 
35 


1 




29 






11 














AUGUST 








13 






1 


1 




18 


Cliarles Edgar Straeha 




13 








SEPTEMBER 


1 


Ella Frances Buzzell . 
Ella Blanche Lougee 

Brassaw 

Mary E. Coleman 


- - - — - 


80 
54 

60 
67 


8 
5 

2 
5 

5 


26 
6 


u 

21 

23 


- - 


1 
10 


25 

27 


Joseph Russo, Jr. 
Xancy Louise Gagnon 




6 


OCTOBER 


i 


Ellen Theresa Carroll 


- ~ 


58 


6 


12 


NOVEMBER 


17 
29 


Edward J. H. Trask _. 
Lillian E. Rov 


- - - 


69 

28 


8 


7 














DECEMBER 








15 


Cora E. Akerman 

Potter 

Gloria B. Miner 

Chase -._ 

Margaret D. Haynes 




67 

57 


11 

9 

7 


IS 


15 
16 





21 


20 






30 


- -■-— - -- - - - 


16 



Deaths Registered at Home for the Aged for the 
Year Ending December 31, 1933 

JANUARY 

AGE 

Dult Xame Years Months Dni/s 

8 (;yiiiliia E. Colby _ _ 77 i 20 

11 Hannah E. Beane 86 2 23 

22 Flora C. Watson _ 7S 9 12 

25 Auiiusfa A. Os-iood __ _.._ 7o 7 8 



FEBRUARY 



14 Siirah E. H. Clark _ „ 76 1 4 



OCTOBER 



12 Erm'na Ward 



UEATITS 



Deaths Registered at the Odd Fellows Home for the 
Year Ending December 31, 1933 

MARCH 



AGE 
Date Name Years Mautlis Dinn 

15 George F. Dame _ - SO 10 

23 William MrComb - - 74 



MAY 



26 Ethjiii Allen 80 10 26 



AUGUST 



21 Henrv- M. Slieiiherd _ _ 78 11 

27 Daniel L. Davis . . 94 1 



SEPTEMBER 



9 John A. Wetlierall 



NOVEMBER 



2 Nellie M. Richardson 



<'l'l'\ oi' coxcoKh 



Deaths Registered at Christian Science Pleasant View 
Home for the Year Ending December 31, 1933 

MARCH 



A at: 

Date Name Years .Vox^/fv Dan' 

B.'ll.- Flo\-,l _.... 79 4 13 



APRIL 



21 Catherine Stace 



MAY 



3 Edwanl Aiiciistiiif Bailej- 79 11 13 



JULY 



AUGUST 



OCTOBER 



2 Harriet A. Jones 



DECEMBER 



27 .Icniiie Griffith Howell 80 



21 Airnes K. Rnllen _ _ 92 1 



21 Elizabeth Ami Clegg _ 70 11 11 



DEATHS 229 

Deaths Registered at Dewey Home for the Year 
Ending December 31, 1933 



DECEMBER 



AGE 
Date Name . Years Months Days 

lf> Lucie Elizabeth Borden 73 6 9 



SUMMARY 

imiril)i'r i)f births for the year 465 

numbi'r i>f marriages foi' tlie >ear _ 207 

iiuMiher of deaths in tlie different wards _. 228 

number of deaths in jiublic institutions _ 347 

inimber brought to the eitv for biu'ial ...„ . 93 



I hereby certify that the foregoing is a transcriiit from tlie record of said 
City of Concord. 

ARTHUR E. ROBY, 

Citfj Clerk. 



INDEX 



PaL-e 

Assessors, board of, report of 119 

Board of Health, See Sanitary Department. 

Bonded indebtedness 156 

Building Inspector, report of 91 

City Clerk, report of 98 

government, departments, personnel of, 1933 44 

officials 46 

commissions of cemeteries 47 

health officers 48 

park commissioners 49 

plumbers, board of examiners of 48 

public library, trustees of 47 

recreation commission 49 

trustees of trust funds 49 

undertakers 47 

ward officers 50 

water-works, city, commissioners 48 

Engineering department, report of 81 

Financial statement 171 

Fire department, report of 71 

Hydrant Commissioners, report of board of 89 

Mayors of the City of Concord, list of 53 

Milk inspector, report of 114 

Municipal debts 184 

regulations 2 

court, report of 103 

Ordinances and resolutions 3 

Parks 118 

Playgrounds 117 

Plumbers, report of board of examiners 90 

Police department, report of 74 

Polls, valuation, etc., from 1923 122 

Poor department, report of overseer 96 

Population 188 

Precincts, debts of 186 



Punt- 
Property, city, inventory of 188 

Public librarj', report of 92 

Sanitary department, board of health, report of 109 

Sealer of weights and measures, report of 101 

Solicitor, report of city 104 

Tax collector, report of 124 

Treasurer, balance sheet of 163 

Treasurer, condensed statement, bond account 170 

Treasury department, report of 151 

Trustees, trust funds, report of 132 

Trust funds 137 

Vital statistics, tables of 189 

Water department, report of 55 

treasurer's condensed statement 162 



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