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

City of 

CONCORD 

Annual "Report 




1934 



1934 

City of Concord 

EIGHTY-SECOND 
ANNUAL REPORT 

of the 

RECEIPTS and EXPENDITURES 

for the year ending 

DECEMBER 31, 1934 

TOGETHER WITH OTHER ANNUAL REPORTS 

AND PAPERS RELATING TO THE 

AFFAIRS OF THE CITY 




THE RUMFORD PRESS 
CONCORD, NEW HAMPSHIRE 



1- 



•13'^ 



INAUGURAL ADDRESS BY JOHN W. STORRS, 
MAYOR OF CONCORD 



Not having the gift of gracious expression, I can only say- 
it is with a deep sense of appreciation of the honor, bestowed 
by the citizens of Concord, in calhng me to represent them as 
their Mayor, 

It is further gratifying to feel that they have elected a 
Board of Aldermen that they believe will serve their best 
interests, be a credit to the city, and merit the confidence 
that they have in them placed, and at the end of your term 
may the public acclaim of this Board, "It hath done meri- 
torious service." 

It is customary for the incoming Mayor to proceed with 
an inaugural address (which no one ever reads) ; to state the 
condition of finances of the city, of taxes, and to comment 
on the activities of the former city government — also to 
proclaim policies for the future. 

As to the financial condition of this city there are figures 
available, and the present Board will, and must, give them 
their careful and thoughtful consideration. 

As to taxes, the rates are already high, and with present 
contingencies and the recent actions, they probably will be 
higher, and while you may not be at fault, you will be cred- 
ited with any increase. Under the sense of stern compul- 
sion, "we must adapt ourselves to conditions not of our own 
making." 

The address given by Mayor Brown at the last meeting 
is comprehensive and well worth your study; it is informa- 
tive and will be found useful in your deliberations. 

There are, and will be, necessary expenses for the proper 
functioning of departments and required progressiveness of 
the city. That all costs must be carefully given your best 
attention is essential, and among your duties. Conservation 
of our resources require your solicitous meditation. Econ- 
omy is a by-word — every one believes in economy and every 
one talks economy; luxuries of the past are necessities today; 



IV CITY OF CONCORD 

the public are willing to, and do, pay for things that are 
necessary; they want, however, something to show for their 
expenditures. We are expected to use care and to give 
mature thought to all presentations. You may expect that 
units of constructive significance will, specifically, be brought 
to your attention at later dates. 

To elaborate on certain points is superfluous. To quote 
a long line of figures is tedious and tiresome, of no avail, 
passing at once from memory, but some are worthy of atten- 
tive study. To go far into detail is something easily picked 
to pieces and subject to criticism. Just criticism gives as- 
sistance and is helpful, but fault finding is not constructive. 
No one person or any one action is expected to please all 
individuals — the American people are not so constituted. 

Let us stand four-square to all the winds that blow, with 
implacable purpose, and present an impregnable bulwark 
against all propaganda. Let us be true, with unswerving 
fidelity, to the trusts upon us imposed. 

I hope our administration will be free from all political 
intrigues, all trades, and all "if you will help me I will help 
you" agreements. Let no one be hypnotized by his own 
visions, but seek assurance that we are working for the good 
of all. It must be one of our endeavors to urge that there be 
friendly relations happily subsisting between ourselves and 
the different departments of the city; this will promote effi- 
ciency and be of advantage to all concerned; it will reflect 
credit to those who can think of the Commonwealth. 

Regarding policies ! Suffice is to say (and I am impressed 
with the opinion that I have the unanimous support of my 
associates) that declarations at this time are inopportune 
and unseasonable. Things are moving with great rapidity; 
what may have looked good yesterday may tomorrow be 
worthless, or of little value. It will be my purpose to keep 
advised of all necessities and I will from time to time, as oc- 
casion demands, initiate, introduce or suggest to you such 
requirements as may be pertinent for action. With the 
shadows of uncertainty hanging over us we will meet condi- 
tions as they arise or come into existence — contingencies 



INAUGUEAL ADDRESS V 

and emergencies will be taken care of as they present them- 
selves. "Sufficient unto the day is the evil thereof" and 
"things done well, and with a care, exempt themselves from 
fear." 

You are elected by, and represent, the people of our city, 
and by your doings and actions will be judged and held re- 
sponsible — "your faults will find you out." I am but a 
figurehead, but with your loyal and co-operative support I 
have the supreme confidence that we will not only be a 
credit to those who placed us here but that we will set a 
reliable and beneficial example for future governments to 
follow. 



MUNICIPAL REGULATIONS 
For Payment of Bills Against the City 



All persons furnishing materials or service 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 know that the person is duly authorized to 
contract such liability. 

The city 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 will be required of all bills payable by 
the city, furnished on county poor account. 

All bills against the city must be approved 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 will 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 Monday of each month. 

ARTHUR E. ROBY, 

City Clerk. 



ORDINANCES AND RESOLUTIONS 
Passed During the Year Ending January 14, 1935 



An Ordinance amending chapter 36 of the revised ordinances 
AS amended march 14, 1932. 

Be it ordained by the Board of Aldermen of the City of Concord, asfollou's: 
Amend Chapter 36 of the Revised Ordinances as amended March 14, 

1932. by striking out the whole of Section 2. and inserting in place 

thereof the following : 

Section 2. The minimum rate of wages to able-bodied city employees 

working by the day shall be forty cents per hour. 
Passed February 12, 1934. 



An Ordinance regulating installation of oil burners in the 
city of concord. 

Be it ordained by the Board of Aldermen of the City of Concord, as follows: 
Section 1. For the purpose of this Ordinance, the term "Oil Burner" 
shall mean any device designed and arranged for the purpose of burning 
or preparing to burn "fuel oil," as defined by the regulations of the 
National Board of Fire Underwriters, and having a tank or container 
with a capacity of more than twenty gallons^ connected thereto. 

Sect. 2. No person, firm or corporation shall install within the City 
of Concord, any form or type of oil burner as defined in Section 1 of this 
ordinance, unless there shall have been issued to said person, firm or 
corporation, by the Fire Department of said City, a certificate of ap- 
proval of the make or type of such oil burner, application for which shall 
be made to said Fire Department, in such form as it requires, at least 
seven days before the first installation of such type or make of oil burner 
is made. 

Sect. 3. No person, firm or corporation shall install any oil burner 
as hereinbefore defined within the City of Concord, in any other manner 
than that specified in the rules and regulations of the National Board 
of Fire Underwriters in force on the date of passage of this ordinance. 
Said rules and regulations, with the definitions accompanying them, are 
hereby adopted by reference, as the rules and regulations in force within 
the City of Concord. 

Sect. 4. Every person, firm or corporation installing an oil burner 
in said City, shall immediately report in writing, such installation to said 



4 CITY OF CONCORD 

Fire Department, stating the date, location and ownership of the prem- 
ises, make of burner and such other information as said Fire Department 
may require. Within twenty-four hours after receipt of such report, 
said Fire Department shall cause said installation to be inspected, and 
shall not permit said burner to be used unless it and its installation 
conform in all respects to the provisions of this ordinance. 

Sect. 5. Any person, firm or corporation, who shall violate any 
provision of this ordinance shall, upon conviction, be fined not to ex- 
ceed ten dollars for each day such violation shall continue. 

Sect. 6. All ordinances or parts of ordinances inconsistent with this 
ordinance are hereby repealed, and this ordinance shall take effect upon 
its passage. 

Passed March 12, 1934. 



An Ordinance repealing sections 21, 22, 23, 24 of chapter 9 of the 
revised ordinances, or the so-called curfew law. 

Be it ordained by the Board of Aldermen of the City of Concord, as follows: 
Section 1. That Sections 21, 22, 23 and 24 of Chapter Nine of the 
Revised Ordinances be and hereby are repealed. 

Sect. 2. This ordinance shall take effect upon its passage. 
Passed March 12, 1934. 



An Ordinance in amendment of chapter 36 of the revised ordi- 
nances relating to laborers, WAGES, HOURS OF EMPLOYMENT, 
TEAMS, AND CITY HALL. 

Be it ordained by the Board of Aldermen of the City of Concord, as follows: 
Section 1. That Chapter 36 of the Revised Ordinances, as amended, 

be further amended by adding to said Chapter the following Section: 
Sect. 7. All vehicles owned by the City and employed in the 
several departments thereof, except cruising cars of the Police 
Department, shall be consecutively numbered in the respective 
departments, with figures not more than two inches in height on 
both sides of each vehicle, and each of said vehicles shall have 
lettered on both sides thereof, "Concord, N. H.," and the name 
or initials of the department using said vehicle, in letters not 
more than two inches in height, so that said figures and lettering 
shall be plainly visible at a distance of fifty feet from said 
vehicle. 

Sect. 2. All ordinances or parts of ordinances inconsistent with this 
ordinance are hereby repealed, and this ordinance shall take effect upon 
its passage. 

Passed March 26, 1934. 



RESOLUTIONS 5 

An Ordinance amending chapter xliii of the revised ordinances 
relating to salaries. 

Be it ordained by the Board of Aldermen of the City of Concord, as follows: 
That Chapter XLIII of the Revised Ordinances be amended by add- 
ing the following sections : 

Section 2. All salaries in excess of fifteen hundred dollars shall be 
reduced by five per cent for one year following the passage of this Ordi- 
nance, except that no salary now in excess of fifteen hundred dollars shall 
be reduced to less than fifteen hundred dollars per annum. 

Sect. 3. This Ordinance shall take effect as of April 15, 1934. 
Passed March 26, 1934. 

An Ordinance relative to comfort station. 

Be it ordained by the Board of Aldermen of the City of Concord, as follows: 
That the Police Board of the City of Concord be given control and 

supervision of the Comfort Station, including appropriation, care and 

maintenance of said station. 

Passed May 14, 1934. 

An Ordinance in amendment of chapter 36 of the revised ordi- 
nances AS amended by ordinance passed march 14, 1932, BY 

adding to said chapter the following section, to be num- 
bered section 7. 

Be it ordained by the Board of Aldermen of the City of Concord, as follows: 
Section 7. No equipment, materials or supplies shall be purchased 
by any department of the City of Concord which have been manufac- 
tured, processed or produced in whole or in part by convict labor. 
Passed August 13, 1934. 



RESOLUTIONS 

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 reconstruc- 
tion of south state street not to exceed the amount of 
$18,000. 

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

Section 1. That the Mayor of the City of Concord and the Special 
Committee appointed by the Mayor be, and hereby are, authorized on 
behalf of said City of Concord to make application to the Federal Gov- 
ernment under the provisions of the National Industrial Recovery Act 
for a loan and grant not to exceed the sum of eighteen thousand dollars 



6 CITY OF CONCORD 



i,000) to be used for the reconstruction of South State Street its 
entire length. 

Sect. 2. And that the said Mayor and said committee be authorized 
and empowered to incur such administrative and other necessary expenses 
incidental to the execution and filing of said application, as may be nec- 
essary, said expense to be charged to the appropriation for Federal 
Emergency. 

Sect. 3. The resolution providing for the reconstruction of South 
State Street passed December 11 be rescinded. 

Passed January 19, 1934. 



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

INCOME prom the DAVID OSGOOD TRUST. 

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

Section 1. That the sum of twenty-five dollars ($25.00) be hereby 
donated out of the income from 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. 

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

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

Passed January 19, 1934. 



Resolution setting aside certain streets for coasting purposes 
FOR the year 1934. 

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

That the following streets in the City of Concord be set aside for 
coasting purposes for the year 1934 under tlie supervision of the Com- 
mittee on Playgrounds and Bath. 

Short Street, Marshall Street, Laurel Street west end of said street, 
Rumford Street north from Church Street, Forest Street, Noyes Street 
west from South Street, Gardners Hill on Pembroke Road, East Concord, 
Depot Hill on Merrimack Street in Pembroke, and Lake Street in West 
Concord. 

And be it further resolved that coasting be discontinued on Concord 
Street Extension, and on Portsmouth Street, East Concord. 

Passed January 19, 1934. 



RESOLUTIONS 7 

Resolution appropriating money for the promotion of a winter 
carnival. 

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

That the sum of one hundred and fifty dollars ($150.00) be and hereby 
is appropriated for the promotion of a Winter Carnival, said sum to be 
expended under the supervision of the Committee on Playgrounds and 
Bath and added to the appropriation for Playgrounds and Bath for the 
year of 1934. 

Passed January 19, 1934. 



Resolution asking for sealed proposals for printing and binding 
the annual city reports. 

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

That the City Clerk be, and hereby is, instructed to ask for sealed 
proposals for printing and binding the city reports for the year 1933 and 
submit the same to the Finance Committee, who shall have full power to 
act in the matter. 

Passed January 23, 1934. 



Resolution providing for printing of the roster of the city 
government. 

Resolved by the Board of Aldermen of the City of Concord, as follows: 
That the City Clerk be instructed to prepare a roster of the present 
city government and cause copies to be printed and that the expense of 
printing the same shall be charged to the account of printing and sta- 
tionery. 

Passed January 23, 1934. 



Resolution in relation to paying salaries and payrolls. 

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

That the Mayor be, and hereby is, authorized to draw his warrant on 
the City Treasurer for the payment of all salaries and payrolls as the 
same shall become due during the present municipal term, and all bills so 
paid shall be laid before the Committee on Accounts and Claims at the 
next meeting. 

Passed January 23, 1934. 



5 CITY OF CONCORD 

Resolution in relation to a temporary loan not exceeding seven 
hundred thousand dollars ($700,000). 

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

That the Committee on Finance is hereby authorized to borrow on the 
credit of the city the sum not to exceed seven hundred thousand dollars 
($700,000) for expenses in anticipation of taxes for the municipal year 
1934 and to issue notes of the City therefor upon such terms and for such 
amounts as the Committee shall determine. The said loan is to be payable 
from the taxes for the said municipal year, and the said Committee on 
Finance is hereby authorized to refund all or any of the said notes at 
their maturity; provided, however, that the refunding notes shall be 
payable within one year after the date of the incurrence of the debt 
represented by the note or notes refunded. 
Passed January 23, 1934. 

Resolution appropriating money for bleachers at the memorial 
athletic field. 

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

That the sum of twenty-five hundred dollars ($2,500) be, and hereby 
is, appropriated out of any money in the treasury not otherwise appro- 
priated, to be allocated to the C. W. A. Board for the purpose of con- 
structing bleachers at the Memorial Athletic Field. 
Passed February 12, 1934. 

Resolution rescinding action of the board of mayor and alder- 
men taken JANUARY 19, 1934, RELATING TO GAS HOUSE BRIDGE. 

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

Section 1. That the action of the Board of Mayor and Aldermen 
taken at special meeting held January 19, 1934, authorizing the Mayor 
and Special Committee appointed by the Mayor to make application to 
the Federal Emergency Administration of Public Works for a loan and 
grant in a sum not to exceed forty-five thousand dollars ($45,000) for 
the purpose of constructing Gas House Bridge, so-called, on Water Street 
be and hereby is rescinded. 

Sect. 2. This resolution shall take effect upon its passage. 
Passed February 12, 1934. 

Resolution rescinding action of the board of mayor and alder- 
men TAKEN DECEMBER 28, 1933, RELATING TO BLEACHERS AT ME- 
MORIAL FIELD. 

Resolved by the Board of Alderjnen of the City of Concord, as follou's: 

Section 1. That the action of the Board of Mayor and Aldermen 
taken at a regular meeting held December 28, 1933, authorizing the 



RESOLUTIONS 9 

Mayor and Special Committee appointed by the Mayor to make appli- 
cation to the Federal Emergency Administration of Public Works for a 
loan and grant in the sum not to exceed fifteen thousand dollars ($15,000) 
for the purpose of constructing l^leachers at Memorial Field be and 
hereby is rescinded. 

Sect. 2. This resolution shall take effect upon its passage. 
Passed February 12, 1934. 



Resolution relative to purchase of land for airport purposes. 

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

Whereas for the protection of the present and future development of 
the Concord Airport it appears desirable that certain small tracts of 
land not now owned by the City of Concord easterly of the Airport be 
acquired, that certain rights of egress thereto pertaining be terminated 
and the land made available for future development, therefore 

Be It Resolved, That the Finance Committee be and hereby is author- 
ized and directed to purchase at private sale or by condemnation all 
parcels of land not now owned by the City of Concord or Horton L. 
Chandler, Trustee for the Concord Airport, within the area shown on 
the City Engineer's Plan C, sheet No. 110, within the area bounded by 
the Canterbury Road on the west, lots Nos. 4555, 4324, 4323 on the north, 
lots Nos. 4518, 4234, 4250 and 4488 on the east, and lot No. 4481 on the 
south, at a sum not to exceed four hundred dollars. 

Be It Further Resolved, that said land when purchased with all other 
parcels of land within said area now owned by the City be held for Air- 
port purposes as portions of said area have been held for the past five 
years. 

Passed March 12, 1934. 



Resolution authorizing the issuance of bonds in the amount of 
$26,000 FOR the purpose of constructing sewer systems in the 
vicinity of prospect street and lower south street. 

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

That for the purpose of constructing sewers of a permanent nature, 
negotiable, general obligation bonds of the city, registerable at the option 
of the holder as to principal only, be issued pursuant to Chapter 59 of the 
Public Laws of New Hampshire in the amount of twenty-six thousand 
dollars ($26,000), dated April 1, 1934, and payable on the anniversary of 
that date, two thousand dollars ($2,000) a year for the first six years and 
one thousand dollars ($1,000) for the next fourteen years, bearing inter- 
est at the rate of three and one-half per cent per annum payable October 
1, 1934 and semi-annually thereafter on the first days of October and 



10 CITY OF CONCORD 

April in each year. They shall be payable at the office of the Treasurer 
of the City of Concord or at the option of the holder at the National 
Shawmut Bank of Boston in the County of Suffolk and Commonwealth 
of Massachusetts, and the sale thereof is hereby delegated to the City 
Treasurer. 
Passed March 12, 1934. 



Resolution authorizing the issuance of bonds in the amount of 
$20,000 FOB the purpose of constructing an addition to the 

CENTRAL fire STATION. 

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

That for the purpose of constructing an addition to the Central Fire 
Station, general obligation coupon bonds of the City, registerable at the 
option of the holder as to principal only, be issued pursuant to Chapter 
59 of the Public Laws of New Hampshire in the amount of twenty 
thousand dollars ($20,000), dated April 1, 1934 and payable on the anni- 
versary of their date one thousand dollars a year for twenty years, 
bearing interest at the rate of three and one-half per cent per annum 
payable October 1, 1934, and semi-annually thereafter on the first days 
of April and October in each year. They shall be payable at the office 
of the Treasurer of the City of Concord, or at the option of the holder at 
the National Shawmut Bank of Boston in the County of Suffolk and 
Commonwealth of Massachusetts, and the sale thereof is hereby dele- 
gated to the City Treasurer. 
Passed March 12, 1934. 



Resolution in amendment of the rules of the board of aldermen 
adopted january 23, 1934. 

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

Section 1. That Section 9 of the Rules and Orders of the Board of 
Aldermen be amended by adding thereto the following: "No member 
shall vote in any case when he was not present when the question was 
put," so that said section shall read : 

"Every member who shall be present when a question is put, when he 
is not excluded by interest, shall give his vote, unless the board, for special 
reason, excuse him. Application to be so excused must be made before 
the board is divided, or before the calling of the yeas and nays, accom- 
panied by a brief statement of reasons, and shall be decided without 
debate. No member shall vote in any case when he was not present 
when the question was put." 

Sect. 2. This resolution shall take effect upon its passage. 
Passed March 12, 1934. 



RESOLUTIONS 11 

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 ensuing financial 

YEAR. 

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

Section 1. There shall be raised, and there is hereby ordered to be 
raised, on the polls and ratable estates within the sewerage precinct of 
said city, the sum of thirteen thousand three hundred fifty dollars 
($13,350), 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, $12,500.00 

For the payment of interest that may become 

due on precinct bonds, 850.00 

Sect. 2. This resolution shall take effect upon its passage. 
Passed March 26, 1934. 



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 Aldermen of the City of Concord, as follows: 

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 cf three 
hundred ninety thousand three hundred thirty-nine dollars ($390,339) to 
defray the necessary expenses and charges of the City for the ensuing 
financial year, which together with the sums which may be raised on 
railroads and from other sources, which are approximately one hundred 
ninety-seven thousand one hundred forty-two dollars ($197,142), shall 
be appropriated as follows : 

City relief, $12,000.00 

Bonds and Notes 

Bridge, $4,000.00 

City Hall and Auditorium, 5,000 . 00 

Public improvement, 19,000.00 

Department equipment, 4,000.00 

Public improvement and refund, 10,500.00 

$42,500.00 

Cemeteries, care , $ 1 3 ,638 . 00 

Special work, 2,500.00 

$15,138.00 



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CITY OF CONCORD 






City Hall and Auditorium 




Salary, messenger, 




$1,456.25 


Salary, janitor. 




1,211.60 


Fuel, 




1,600.00 


Lights, 




1,100.00 


Insurance, 




1,800.00 


Incidentals, 




1,000.00 



Mayor 



Salary, 
Incidentals, 



City Clerk 

Salary, City Clerk, 

Salary, Clerk, Board of Public Works, 

Salary, clerks, 

Auto upkeep, 

Incidentals, 



City Solicitor 



Salary, 
Incidentals, 



Salary, 
Clerk hire. 
Incidentals, 



Salary, 
Salary, 



City Treasurer 



City Physicians 
Care of Clocks 



5,167.85 



$1,800.00 
775.00 

$2,575.00 



$2,105.00 

200.00 

4,375.00 

400.00 

750.00 

$7,830.00 



$1,000.00 
50.00 

$1,050.00 



51,265.00 
400.00 
450.00 

^2,115.00 



$700.00 



$110.00 



RESOLUTIONS 

Sealer of Weights and Measures 



Salary, weigher, 
Incidentals, 
Auto upkeep, 



Salary, Judge, 

Salary, Associate Judge, 

Salary, clerk, 



Salary, Assessors, 
Salary, clerks. 
Auto hire. 
Listing polls. 
Incidentals, 



Salary, Collector, 
Salary, clerks. 
Postage and printing, 
Incidentals, 



Police Court 



Assessors 



Tax Collector 



Elections 



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$720.00 
100.00 
200.00 

$1,020.00 



1,620.00 
500.00 
600.00 

2,720.00 



15,760.00 

2,478.45 

400.00 

600.00 

700.00 

$9,938.45 



$2,806.25 

2,165.45 

750.00 

258.00 

$5,979.70 



Salary, election officers. 




$2,800.00 


Incidentals, 




900.00 




$3,700.00 




Fire Department 




Salary, Chief, 




$2,432.00 


Salaries, 




34,794.00 


Salaries, semi-annual. 




9,855.00 


Fuel, 




1,800.00 


Lights, 




1,100.00 


Upkeep, equipment. 




2,200.00 


Laundry, 




85.00 



14 CITY OF CONCORD 

Fire inspection, $1,000.00 

Fire alarm, 2,900.00 

Hose, 1,000.00 

Telephones and insurance, 1,558.00 

Repairs, 1,000.00 

New equipment, 1,000.00 

Incidentals, 1,800.00 

$62,524.00 

Health Department 

Salary, Sanitary Officer, $1,870.84 

Salary, Clerk, 1,111.00 

Auto upkeep, 200.00 

Fumigation supplies, 50.00 

Communicable diseases, 500.00 

V.D. Clinic, 500.00 

Diphtheria Clinic, 250.00 

Incidentals, 350.00 
Milk inspection: 

Salary, inspector, 1,683.75 

Auto upkeep, 400.00 

Incidentals, 300.00 

$7,215.59 

Department of Public Works 

Roads and bridges, $167,170. 76 

Garbage, 35,000.00 

Table garbage, 4,360.00 

Sewers, 10,136.24 

Trees, 6.702.00 

Engineering, 5,275 . 00 

Lighting streets, 40,970 . 00 

$269,614.00 

Incidentals and land damages, $2,000.00 



Interest Notes and Bonds 
Bonds, $9,571.25 

Temporary loans, 16,500.00 

$26,071.25 



RESOLUTIONS 

Parks 



Salary, Superintendent, 
Salary, employees, 
Shrubbery and trees, 
Fence, White Park, 
Trucking, 
Incidentals, 



Printing and stationery, 
Repairs, buildings, 
Salary, Board of Aldermen, 



Miscellaneous 



Margaret Pillsbury Hospital, 
N. H. Memorial Hospital, 
Memorial Day, 



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11,683.75 

3,576.00 

500.00 

300.00 

400.00 

1,000.00 





$7,559.75 


Playgroimds and bath. 


$6,300.00 


Public Comfort Station 




Salaries, 


$960.00 


Incidentals, 


500.00 




$1,460.00 


Public Library, 


$7,500.00 


Police and Watch 




Salary, Chief, 


$2,432.08 


Salary, Deputy, 


2,245.00 


Salary, officers. 


34,821.00 


Salary, specials, 


3,000.00 


Stenographer, 


1,028.33 


Repairs, 


1,200.00 


Fuel, 


1,500.00 


Lights, 


1,350.00 


Autos and auto suppHes, 


2,100.00 


Marking streets. 


250.00 


Telephones and Gamewell, 


600.00 


Insurance, 


600.00 


Keeping prisoners. 


200.00 


Incidentals, 


1,100.00 


Printing, 


400.00 


Guns, 


500.00 



153,326.41 
$2,500.00 
$1,800.00 
$1,915.00 



$4,500.00 

2,500.00 

300.00 



16 CITY OF CONCORD 

Family Welfare Society, $350 . 00 

Concord District Nursing Association, 350.00 

Penacook District Nursing Association, 100.00 

Zoning, 250.00 

Recreation Commission, 2,500.00 

Band concerts, 800.00 

Federal proj acts, 1 ,000 . 00 

Memorial Athletic Field, bleachers, 2,500.00 

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 sums shall 
be deposited by the Superintendent, or others receiving them, in the city 
treasury. The care of lots for which the City holds trust 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 re- 
mainder 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 upon its passage. 

Passed April 9, 1934. 

Resolution authorizing the city treasurer to transfer the bal- 
ance OF the income of the public library trust funds to the 
appropriation for the library. 

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

That the City Treasurer be and hereby is authorized to transfer the 
sum of one hundred forty-seven and 83/100 dollars ($147.83) which rep- 
resents the balance of the income of the Public Library Trust funds to 
the appropriation for the Library. 

Passed April 9, 1934. ____^ 

Resolution in relation to the income of the benjamin a. kimball 

AND henry a. KIMBALL BEQUESTS. 

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

That the following resolution passed by the Trustees of the Public 
Library February 20, 1934, be and hereby is adopted: 

"Resolved, That the City Treasurer be requested to transfer 
annually to the ' Maintenance Fund of the Public Library ' any 
unexpended balance of the annual income received from the 
Benjamin A. Kimball and Henry A. Kimball bequests." 
Passed April 9, 1934. 



RESOLUTIONS 17 

Resolution appropriating money for emergency relief gardens. 

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

That the suxn of five hundred dollars (.1500) be, and hereby is, ap- 
propriated out of any money in the treasury not otherwise appropriated 
for emergency relief gardens, said sum to be expended under the direction 
of the City Clerk. 

That the City Clerk be authorized to hire a supervisor who shall be 
responsible to him. 

Said supervisor shall be paid at the rate not to exceed 50 cents per 
hour. 

Passed April 9, 1934. 

Resolution authorizing the issue of fifteen thousand dollars 
IN serial notes to pay for new equipment for the highway 
department. 

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

That for the purpose of paying for new equipment for the Highway 
Department which will amount to fifteen thousand dollars ($15,000) the 
City Treasurer be, and he hereby is, authorized and directed to issue un- 
der such date as he may determine to be most convenient for promissory 
notes of the City of Concord for three thousand dollars ($3,000) each, 
payable respectively in one, two, three, four and five years time, said 
notes to bear such rate of interest as the City Treasurer may fix with 
the approval of the Finance Committee and to be payable at such place 
and to be sold in such manner as the City Treasurer determines best 
for the purpose. The proceeds derived from the sale of the said notes 
shall be expended under the supervision of the Board of Public Works. 
Passed April 9, 1934. 

Resolution in relation to the cancellation of all p. w. a. proj- 
ects WITH the federal GOVERNMENT. 

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

That the following P. W. A. projects which are now pending before 
the Federal Government be cancelled : 

Docket 4676 Resurfacing streets (Pleasant) 
4828 Resurfacing streets (Main) 
5103 Crematory 
5710 Cemetery — drainage 
5855 Cemetery — grading 
5813 Cemetery 

And also any other projects which are or may be pending before said 
Federal Government are hereby cancelled. 

That a copy of this resolution be sent to the Administrator of the 
Federal Emergency Administration of Public Works. 

Passed April 17, 1934. 



18 CITY OF CONCORD 

Resolution authorizing the issue of $60,000 serial bonds for the 
permanent improvement of city streets and highways. 

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

Section 1 . That for the purpose of constructing pubhc improvements 
of a permanent nature consisting of the construction or reconstruction of 
city streets and highways, general obhgation coupon bonds in the amount 
of sixty thousand dollars ($60,000) be issued pursuant to Chapter 59 of 
the Public Laws of New Hampshire. These said bonds shall be sixty in 
number and of the denomination of one thousand dollars each, shall be 
dated May 1, 1934, and shall be made payable to bearer with interest 
coupons attached bearing interest at a rate not to exceed three and one- 
half per cent per annum, payable semi-annually on the first day of May 
and the first day of November in each year. These said bonds shall 
become due and payable serially five thousand dollars on the first day of 
May, 1935, and five thousand dollars on the first day of May of each 
succeeding year until and including the first day of May, 1946. The 
principal of said bonds and the interest coupons attached shall be made 
payable at the National Shawmut Bank of Boston in the County of 
Suffolk, Commonwealth of Massachusetts, or at the office of the City 
Treasurer, Concord, New Hampshire, at the option of the holder. 

Sect. 2. That the City Treasurer is hereby authorized to procure 
proposals for the sale of the bonds hereby authorized and whichever bid 
seems to be for the best interests of the City shall be accepted by him, 
provided the same is approved by the Finance Committee of this Board. 
The right is reserved, however, to reject any or all bids. 

Sect. 3. The proceeds derived from the sale of said bonds shall be 
expended under the supervision of the Board of Public Works. 
Passed April 27, 1934. 

Resolution authorizing the purchase of an oil burner for cen- 
tral FIRE STATION. 
Resolved by the Board of Aldermen of the City of Concord, as follows: 

That the sum of six hundred and fifty dollars ($650) be, and hereby is, 
appropriated out of any money in the treasury not otherwise appropri- 
ated for the purchase of an oil burner for the Central Fire Station to be 
purchased and installed under the supervision of the Fire Board. 

Passed May 14, 1934. 

Resolution authorizing the issuance of bonds in the amount of 
$54,000 FOR the purpose of constructing a sewer system at 
concord manor, so called. 

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

That for the purpose of constructing sewers of a permanent nature, 
general obligation, coupon bonds of the City, registerable at the option 



RESOLUTIONS 19 

of the holder as to principal only be issued pursuant to Chapter 59 of the 
Public Laws of New Hampshire in the amount of fifty-four thousand 
dollars ($54,000) dated May 1, 1934, and payable on the anniversary of 
their date three thousand dollars a year for the first fourteen years and 
two thousand dollars a year for the next six years, bearing interest at a 
rate not to exceed three and one-half per cent per annum, payable 
November 1, 1934, and semi-annually thereafter on the first day of May 
and November in each year. They shall be payable at the office of the 
City Treasurer or at the option of the holder at the National Shawmut 
Bank of Boston, in the County of Suffolk and Commonwealth of Massa- 
chusetts. That the City Treasurer is hereby authorized to procure 
proposals for the sale of the bonds hereby authorized and whichever bid 
seems to be for the best interest of the City shall be accepted by him, 
provided the same is approved by the Finance Committee of this Board. 
The right is reserved, however, to reject any or all bids. 

Passed May 22, 1934. 



Resolution authorizing the issuance of bonds in the amount of 
$53,000 for the purpose of constructing a sewer system on 
the plains, so called. 

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

That for the purpose of constructing sewers of a permanent nature, 
general obligation, coupon bonds of the City be issued pursuant to 
Chapter 59 of the Public Laws of New Hampshire, registerable at the 
option of the holder as to principal only, in the amount of fifty-three 
thousand dollars ($53,000) dated May 1, 1934, and payable on the anni- 
versary of their date three thousand dollars each year for the first four- 
teen years, two thousand dollars each year for the next five years and 
one thousand dollars the next year, bearing interest at a rate not to 
exceed three and one-half per cent per annum, payable November 1, 
1934, and semi-annually thereafter on the first day of May and Novem- 
ber in each year. They shall be payable at the office of the City Treas- 
urer or at the option cf the holder at the National Shawmut Bank of 
Boston in the County of Suffolk and Commonwealth of Massachusetts. 
That the City Treasurer is hereby authorized to procure proposals for 
the sale of the bonds hereby authorized and whichever bid seems to be 
for the best interest of the City shall be accepted by him, provided the 
same is approved by the Finance Committee of this Board. The right 
is reserved, however, to reject any or all bids. 

Passed May 22, 1934. 



20 CITY OF CONCORD 

Resolution authorizing the mayor to accept in behalf of the city 
OF concord, deed to tract of land from rolfe and rumford 

ASYLUM. 

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

That the Mayor be, and hereby is, authorized to accept in the name of 
the City of Concord a certain tract of land from the Rolfe and Rumford 
Asylum bounded and described as follows: Beginning at the north- 
westerly corner of land of the Asylum on the easterly side of Hall Street; 
thence easterly by said Asylum land sixty-seven feet, more or less, to 
Water Street ; thence northerly by said Water Street about one hundred 
forty-seven feet to the junction of Water and Hall Streets; thence 
southerly by said Hall Street about one hundred fifty feet to the point 
of beginning. 

Said tract of land to be beautified in accordance with the vote taken 
by the Board of Public Works, April 18, 1934. 
Passed May 22, 1934. 



Resolution appropriating money for band concerts and fire 

WORKS for a fourth OF JULY CELEBRATION. 

Resolved hy the Board of Aldermen of the City of Concord, asfolloivs: 

That the sum of two hundred dollars ($200.00) be, and hereby is, 
appropriated from the account of Incidentals and Land Damages for 
band concerts by Nevers' Band of eighteen pieces for the Fourth of July 
Celebration as follows: parade in the forenoon; ball games in the after- 
noon and a concert at the evening fire works. And also the sum of two 
hundred dollars ($200.00) for fire works for the night of July 4th, all to 
be expended under the supervision of the Special Committee. 
Passed May 22, 1934. 



Resolution authorizing the issuance of bonds in the amount of 
$12,000 FOR the purpose of constructing a storm sewer in the 
vicinity of walker street. 

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

That for the purpose of constructing a storm sewer system in the 
vicinity of Walker Street, general obligation coupon bonds of the City be 
issued pursuant to Chapter 59 of the Public Laws of New Hampshire, in 
the amount of twelve thousand dollars ($12,000) dated April 15, 1934, 
and payable on the anniversary of their date one thousand dollars each 
year for twelve years, bearing interest at a rate not to exceed three and 
one-half per cent per annum, payable October 15, 1934, and semi-annu- 
ally thereafter on the fifteenth days of April and October in each year. 
They shall be payable at the office of the City Treasurer or at the option 



RESOLUTIONS 21 

of the holder at the National Shawmut Bank of Boston in the County of 
Suffolk and Commonwealth of Massachusetts. That the City Treasurer 
is hereby authorized to procure proposals for the sale of the bonds hereby 
authorized and whichever bid seems to be for the best interests of the 
City shall be accepted by him, provided the same is approved by the Fi- 
nance Committee of this Board. The right is reserved, however, to 
reject any or all bids. 
Passed June 11, 1934. 



Resolution in relation to redemption of jeremiah s. abbott 
property on diamond hill, ward 7. 

Resolved by the Board of Aldermen of the City of Concord, as follows: 
That the Tax Collector be, and hereby is, authorized to accept from 

George H. Abbott the sum of $50.00 and redeem to said George H. 

Abbott the property of the late Jeremiah S. Abbott on Diamond Hill, 

Ward Seven, sold to the City of Concord for non-payment of taxes June 

1, 1914 and June 30, 1915. 
Passed June 11, 1934. 



Resolution authorizing the mayor to execute to the federal 
emergency relief administration a lease of a certain tract 
OF land on the plains so called. 

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

Whereas the Federal Emergency Relief Administration is desirous of 
estabhshing suitable quarters in the City of Concord in the County of 
Merrimack and the State of New Hampshire as a transient relief shelter, 
and 

Whereas, said City owns certain property which it desires to rent for 
the aforesaid pm-pose. 

Be It Resolved, That the Mayor, John W. Storrs, be and hereby is au- 
thorized to execute in the name of the City a lease for five (5) years at 
rental of one dollar ($1.00) per year, a certain parcel of land acquired by 
the City by tax title from Stephan C. Badger in 1917 as shown in the 
Merrimack County Records, Volume 434, page 369. 

Passed July 9, 1934. 



Resolution reimbursing Stanley w. james for taxes erroneously 
assessed. 

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

That the sum of twenty-fom- dollars ($24.00) be, and hereby is, ap- 
propriated out of Incidentals and Land Damages for poll taxes errone- 



22 CITY OF CONCORD 

ously assessed against Stanley W. James for the years 1924 to 1933 in- 
clusive. The said Mr. James reached the age of seventy August 24, 
1924, and continued to pay poll taxes tlirough the year 1933. 
Passed September 10, 1934. 



Resolution appropriating money for playgrounds and bath. 
Resolved by the Board of Aldermen of the City of Concord, as follows: 

That the sum of one thousand dollars ($1,000) be, and hereby is, 
appropriated out of any money in the treasury not otherwise appropri- 
ated for Playgrounds and Bath. 

Passed September 10, 1934. 



Resolution authorizing the mayor to execute and deliver a 

QUITCLAIM deed TO ALBERT J. MORRILL. 

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

That the Mayor be, and hereby is, authorized to execute and deliver in 
the name of the City a quitclaim deed to Albert J. Morrill for the sum of 
three hundred dollars ($300.00) the Herbert A. Stuart property, so 
called, located in East Concord, sold to the City for taxes in 1926 and 
1933. 

Passed September 10, 1934. 



Resolution authorizing the issue of three thousand dollars in 

SERIAL notes TO PAY FOR THE INSTALLATION OF AN AUTOMATIC 
SPRINKLER SYSTEM IN CITY HALL. 

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

That for the purpose of paying for the installation of an automatic 
sprinkler system in City Hall the City Treasui-er be, and hereby is, 
authorized and directed to issue under such date as he may determine to 
be most convenient promissory notes of tlie City of Concord in the sum 
of three thousand dollars ($3,000), payable respectively in one, two and 
three years time: said notes to bear interest at a rate not to exceed three 
and one-half per cent (3H%) and to be payable at such place and to be 
sold in such manner as the City Treasurer determines best for the 
purpose. 

The proceeds derived from the sale of the said notes shall be ex-jiended 
under the supervision of the Committee on Lands and Buildings. 
Passed September 10, 1934. 



RESOLUTIONS 23 

Resolution authorizing the mayor to execute a quitclaim deed 

TO HOWARD a. CORSON. 

Resolved by the Board of Aldermen 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 Howard A. Corson of Lots Nos. 
4614, 4615, 4616, 4618 and 4631, South Pembroke Road, Assessor's Map 
Sheet 1 10, and sold to the City for non-payment of taxes. The consider- 
ation for said lots to be seventy-five doUars ($75.00). 
Passed October 8, 1934. 



Resolution authorizing the mayor to execute a quitclaim deed 
to matthew j. gorham. 

Resolved by the Board of Aldermen of the City of Concord, as follo^irs: 

That the Mayor be authorized in the name and behalf of the City to 
execute and deliver a quitclaim deed to Matthew J. Gorham of Lot No. 
4525, South Pembroke Road, Assessor's Map Sheet 115, and sold to the 
City for non-payment of taxes. The consideration for said lot to be one 
hundred twenty-five dollars ($125.00). 

Passed October 8, 1934. 



Resolution appropriating money to pay taxes assessed in 1933 on 

resident real estate sold to THE CITY OF CONCORD FOR UNPAID 

TAXES. 

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

Section 1. That the sum of seventy-nine hundred ninety-seven and 
46/100 dollars ($7,997.46) be, and the same is hereby, appropriated out 
of any money in the treasury not otherwise appropriated to pay taxes 
assessed in 1933 on resident real estate sold to the City for unpaid taxes 
as follows: 

1926 Taxes, $171.00 

1927 Taxes, 350.56 

1928 Taxes, 22.45 

1929 Taxes, 379.00 

1930 Taxes, 353.99 

1931 Taxes, 1,101.52 

1932 Taxes, 5,618.94 

Sect. 2. That the City Treasurer is hereby authorized to pay to the 
Collector of Taxes the said amount of seventy-nine hundred ninety- 
seven and 46/100 dollars ($7,997.46). 

Sect. 3. This resolution shall take effect upon its passage. 
Passed October 9, 1934. 



24 CITY OF CONCORD 

Resolution Appropriating money to pay taxes assessed in 1933 
on non-resident real estate sold to the city of concord for 
unpaid taxes. 

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

Section 1. That the sum of eighty-three and 60/100 dollars ($83.60) 
be, and the same hereby is, appropriated out of any money in the treasury 
not otherwise appropriated to pay taxes assessed in 1933 on non-resident 
real estate sold to the City for unpaid taxes as follows : 

1928 Taxes, $1.75 

1930 Taxes, 2.92 

1931 Taxes, 5.85 

1932 Taxes, 73.08 

Sect. 2. That the City Treasurer is hereby authorized to pay to the 
Collector of Taxes said amount of eighty-three and 60/100 dollars 

($83.60). 

Sect. 3. This resolution shall take effect upon its passage. 
Passed October 9, 1934. 



Resolution appropriating twenty-two thousand eight hundred 
eighteen and 12/100 dollars ($22,818.12) to pay for real 
estate sold to the city of concord for unpaid taxes for the 

YEAR 1933. 

Resolved by the Board of Aldermen of the City of Concord, asfolloivs: 

That the sum of twenty-two thousand eight hundred eighteen and 
12/100 dollars ($22,818.12) be, and the same hereby is, appropriated out 
of any money in the treasury not otherwise 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 year 1933. 
Passed October 8, 1934. 



Resolution appropriating money for the observance of armistice 
day. 

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

That the sum of one hundred dollars ($100.00) be, and hereby is, ap- 
propriated out of any money in the treasury not otherwise appropriated 
for the observance of Armistice Day. 

Said sum to be expended under the supervision of the Finance Com- 
mittee. 
Passed November 13, 1934. 



RESOLUTIONS 25 

Resolution appropriating additional money for cemeteries. 

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

That the sum of four hundred and 87/100 dollars ($400.87) be, and 
hereby is, appropriated out of any money in the treasmy not otherwise 
appropriated, for cemeteries to cover the cost of the laying of water and 
sewer pipes before the construction of North State Street, which was 
not anticipated when the 1934 budget was made, in accordance with the 
vot^of the Cemetery Commissioners, November 2, 1934. 

Passed November 13, 1934. 



Resolution authorizing the issue of not exceeding twelve 
thousand dollars in serial notes to pay for new equipment 

FOR the engineering DEPARTMENT. 

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

That for the purpose of paying for new equipment for the Engineering 
Department which is not to exceed twelve thousand dollars ($12,000) 
the City Treasurer be, and he hereby is, authorized and directed to issue 
under such date as he may determine to be most convenient promissory 
notes of the City of Concord to be payable within a three year period; 
said notes to bear a rate of interest not to exceed three and one-half 
per cent (33^%) and to be payable at such place and to be sold in such 
manner as the City Treasurer determines best for the purpose. The 
proceeds derived from the sale of the said notes shall be expended under 
the supervision of the Board of Public Works. 
Passed November 13, 1934. 



Resolution relative to relief administration. 

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

That the Overseers of the Poor be and hereby are authorized to ar- 
range for such administration and procure such supplies as may be neces- 
sary for the proper handling of relief beginning January 1, 1935, subject 
to the approval of the Committee on Finance. 
Passed December 10, 1934. 



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 follows: 

Section 1. That the sum of twenty-five dollars ($25.00) be hereby 
donated out of the income from the David Osgood Trust to the poor 



26 CITY OF CONCORD 

children of the French Parochial School, who are inhabitants of the City 
of Concord, for the pvirpose of buying school books for said children. 

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

Sect. 3. This resolution shall take effect upon its passage. 
Passed December 28, 1934. 



Resolution providing for printing and binding the annual city 

REPORTS. 

Resolved by the Board of Aldermen of the City of Concord, as follows: 
That the City Clerk be, and hereby is, instructed to ask for sealed 

proposals for printing and binding the city reports for the year 1934 and 

submit the same to the Finance Committee who shall have full power 

to act in the matter. 

Passed January 14, 1935. 



Resolution in relation to a temporary loan not exceeding seven 
hundred thousand dollars ($700,000). 

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

That the Committee on Finance is hereby authorized to borrow on the 
credit of the City the sum not to exceed seven hundred thousand dol- 
lars ($700,000) for expenses in anticipation of taxes for the municipal 
year 1935 and to issue notes of the City therefor upon such terms and for 
such amounts as the Committee shall determine. The said loan is to be 
payable from the taxes for the said municipal year, and the said Com- 
mittee on Finance is hereby authorized to refund all or any of the said 
notes at their maturity; provided, however, that the refunding notes 
shall be payable within one year after the date of the incurrence of the 
debt represented by the note or notes refunded. 
Passed January 14, 1935. 



Resolution in relation to work relief projects. 

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

That the Mayor, two members of the Board of Aldermen, to be ap- 
pointed by the Mayor, City Solicitor and City Clerk be named as a con- 
tact board to contract with the New Hampshire Emergency Relief Ad- 
ministration, Works Division, for all work relief projects; and that all 
departments of the City of Concord having work projects be requested 
to submit all projects to this committee. 
Passed January 14, 1935. 



RESOLUTIONS 27 

Resolution appropriating money for deficits in the several 
departments. 

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

Section 1. That the sum of seventy-six hundred forty-five and 
40/100 dollars ($7,645.40) be, and hereby is, appropriated out of any 
money in the treasury not otherwise appropriated, to pay outstanding 
claims as follows : 

City relief, .$2,639.12 

City Treasurer, 2.47 

Interest notes and bonds, 3,566 . 25 

Lighting streets, 41 . 20 

Playgrounds and bath, 68.03 

Recreation Commission, 1,328.33 



$7,645.40 



Sect. 2. That there be transferred to the appropriation for Fire 
Department for the year 1934, the sum of two hundred seventy-one and 
21/100 dollars ($271.21), the same being the earnings of this department. 

Sect. 3. That there be transferred to the appropriation for comfort 
station for the year 1934, the sum of twenty-one and 28/100 dollars 
($21.28), the same being the earnings of this department. 

Sect. 4. That there be transferred to the appropriation for Public 
Library for the year 1934, the amount collected for fines. Also that 
there be transferred to the said Library the sum of eight hundred forty 
dollars ($840.00), being the rent received for the battery station on the 
White property for the year 1934. 

Sect. 5. That there be transferred to the appropriation for the 
Recreation Commission for the year 1934 the sum of thirty-two hundred 
thirty-eight and 46/100 dollars ($3,238.46), the same being the earnings 
of this department. 

Sect. 6. That there be transferred to the appropriation for roads and 
bridges for the year 1934 the sum of thirty-two thousand forty-four and 
70/100 dollars ($32,044.70), the same being the earnings of this depart- 
ment. 

Sect. 7. That there be transferred to the appropriation for trees for 
the year 1934 the sum of thirty-four and 79/100 dollars, the same being 
the earnings of this department. 

Sect. 8. That there be transferred to the appropriation for sewers 
for the year 1934 the sum of thirty-seven hundred sixty and 61/100 
dollars ($3,760.61), the same being the earnings of this department. 



28 CITY OF CONCORD 

Sect. 9. That there be transferred to the appropriation for garbage 
for the year 1934 the sum of four hundred ninety-four dollars ($494), 
the same being the earnings of this department. 

Sect. 10. This resolution shall take effect upon its passage. 

Passed January 14, 1935. 



CITY GOVERNMENT, 1934 



Mayor and Chairman, Board of Public Works 
HON. JOHN W. STORRS 

Office, City HaU 
Salary, $2,000 per annum 



Aldermen-at-Large and Members Board of Public Works 

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

Term Expires, January, 1936 

WILLIAM L. STEVENS, 78 School St. 

GEORGE H. CORBETT, 12 Thompson St. 

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

Term Expires, January, 1938 

CHARLES J. McKEE, 7 Badger St. 

ARTHUR F. STURTEVANT, 60 So. State St. 

EDWARD B. HASKELL, 10 Jackson St. 



WARD ALDERMEN 

Salary, $75 per annum, plus $10 per annum to each member of 
Committee on Accounts and Claims 

Ward 1— CHARLES P. COAKLEY, Penacook, N. H. 
Ward 2— HAROLD D. MERRILL, East Concord, N. H. 

Ward 3— HARRY C. ANDERSON, 444 No. State St. 

Ward 4— JOHN T. PROWSE, 65 High St. 

Ward 5— IRVING H. HAMMOND, 88 School St. 

Ward 6— CLARENCE L. CLARK, 71 South St. 

Ward 7— W. ERNEST FARRAND, 53 Hall St. 

Ward 8— SIMEON SHARAF, 98 No. Main St. 

Ward 9— TIMOTHY J. SULLIVAN, 166 Rumford St. 



30 city of concord 

Standing Committees of the Board of Aldermen 

On Accounts and Claims — 

Aldermen Corbett, Haskell, Hammond, Clark 

On Bills, Second Reading — 

Aldermen Stevens, Sturtevant, Anderson, Merrill 

On Elections and Returns — 

Aldermen Sharaf, Corbett, Sullivan, Farrand 

On Engrossed Ordinances — 

Aldermen Sturtevant, Merrill, Sharaf, Sullivan 

On Finance — 

Mayor, Aldermen Stevens, McKee, Haskell, Corbett 

On Fire Department — 

Aldermen Tebbetts, Anderson, Clark, Coakley 

On Lands and Buildings — 

Aldermen Haskell, McKee, Anderson, Coakley 

On Police and License — 

Aldermen Hammond, Farrand, Sturtevant, Prowse 

Committee on Playgrounds and Bath — 

Aldermen Prowse, Sullivan, Tebbetts, Merrill, Sharaf, 
Coakley, Farrand, Anderson, Mrs. Bertha A. Chase, 
Mrs. Maude N. Blackwood, Mrs. Elizabeth R. Elkins, 
Miss Margaret Challis, Mrs. Kathleen Mullen, Mrs. 
H. C. Kittredge 

On Public Instruction — 

Aldermen Sturtevant, Haskell, Sharaf, Clark 



CITY GOVERNMENT 



31 



CITY OFFICIALS 



Joseph E. Shepard 
Clarence O. Philbrick 
Michael J. Lee 
Fred N. Hammond 
Arthur E. Roby 
Arthur E. Roby 
Arthur E. Roby 
Arthur E. Roby 
Margaret A. Spencer 
Charles P. Coakley 
Harold D. Merrill 
Robert J. Kelliher 
John J. Crawford 
W. H. Putnam 
Fred H. Perley 
Fred W. Lang 
Fred W. Lang 
Ralph W. Flanders 
Everett H. Runnals 
Ellsworth P. Runnals 
William T. Happny 
Fred W. Lang 
Wm. T. Happny 
Percy R. Sanders 
Grace Blanchard 
Board of Adjustment — 



Fred G. Crowell 
Austin B. Presby 
Frank Atkinson 
Clarence I. Tebbetts 
Dr. Walter C. Rowe 
Dr. Elmer U. Sargent 
George A. S. Ivimball 
V. L Moore 
J. Edward Silva 
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 



Per Annum 


Assessor, Clerk 


$2,400 


Assessor 


2,000 


Assessor, Chairman 


2,000 


Superintendent of Cemeteries 


2,600 


City Clerk 


2,250 


Registrar of Vital Statistics 


None 


Clerk of Board of Public Works 


200 


Overseer of the Poor, Wards 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 


350 


Deputy City Clerk 


1,750 


Overseer of the Poor, Ward 1 


30 


Overseer of the Poor, Ward 2 


10 


City Solicitor 


1,000 


Superintendent of City Clocks 


85 


Superintendent of City Clocks, Penacook 


25 


Culler of Staves 


Fees 


Commissioner of Public Works 


5,000 


Building Inspector, ex-officio 


None 


Fence Viewer 1 




Fence Viewer > $2 per day, paid by parties interested 


Fence Viewer J 




Chief, Fire Department 


2,600 


Board of Hydrant Commissioners 


None 


Board of Hydrant Commissioners 


None 


Board of Hydrant Commissioners 


None 


Librarian 


1,600 


Mayor, ex-officio. Chairman. Building Inspector, 




ex-officio, and Assistant Building Inspector, ex- 




officio 


None 


City Messenger 


1,500 


Milk Inspector 


1,800 


Superintendent of Parks 


1,800 


Inspector of Petroleum 


Fees 


City Physician 


600 


Assistant City Physician 


100 


Chief, Police Department 


2,600 


Assistant Chief, Police Department 


2,400 


Captain, Police Department 


2,000 


Sanitary Officer 


2,000 


Sealer of Leather, reasonable price, by person em- 




ploying 




Sealer of Weights and Measures 


720 


Tax Collector 


3,000 


City Treasurer 


1,200 


Cemetery Treasurer 


100 


Superintendent of Water Works ' 


4,000 


Judge, Municipal Court 


1,800 


Associate Judge, Municipal Court 


500 


Clerk, Municipal Court 


600 



All salaries in excess of $1,500 subject to 5% cut from April 15, 1934 to April 15, 1935. 



32 CITY OF CONCORD 

CEMETERY COMMISSION 

Two members appointed in March for three-year term by Mayor subject to 
confirmation by Board of Aldermen. Salary, none. 

John W. Stores, Mayor, ex-officio, Chairman 

Harold H. Blake, Term expires 1935 

Allen Hollis, " 

Herbert G. Abbot, " 

Harry G. Emmons, '* 

Fred W. Lang, Clerk, 

Charles L. Jackman, " 



1935 
1936 
1936 
1937 
1937 



UNDERTAKERS 

Appointed biennially in January by Mayor subject to confirmation 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, " " ]935 



LIBRARY TRUSTEES 

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

Ward 1 — William J. Veroneau, 
2 — Mrs. Armine Ingham, 
3 — Levin J. Chase, 
4 — Woodbury E. Hunt, 
5 — Willis D. Thompson,* President, " 
Louis J. Rundlett,! J 
6 — William W. Flint, 
7 — Edward D. Toland, 
8 — Perley B. Phillips, 
9 — Dr. Harold J. Connor 

* Resigned February, 1934. 
t Appointed to fill vacancy. 
i Died September 11, 1934. 



Term 


expires 


1935 


IC 


li 


1935 


u 


11 


1935 


11 


a 


1935 


It," 


n 


1935 


u 


u 


1935 


a 


li 


1935 


u 


a 


1935 


a 


a 


1935 



CITY GOVERNMENT 33 

BOARD OF EXAMINERS OF PLUMBERS 

Appointed annually in April by Mayor. Salary, none. 

Walter C. Rowe, M.D. 
Fred W. Lang, ex-officio, Clerk 
Arthur W. Brown, 



Term expires 1935 



BOARD OF HEALTH 

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



John W. Storrs, Mayor, ex-officio 

Term expires 1935 
1935 



Dr. W. C. Rowe, ex-officio, 
Dr. Thomas M. Dudley 



WATER COMMISSIONERS 

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

John W. Storrs, Mayor, ex-officio 

B. H. Orr, Term expires 1935 

Gardner Tilton, " " 1935 

Frank P, Quimby, " " 1936 

Richard S. Rolfe, " " 1936 

Henry P. Callahan, " " 1937 

Burns P. Hodgman, Clerk, " " 1937 

Dr. James W. Jameson, " " 1938 

H. H. Dudley, President, " " 1938 



34 CITY OF CONCORD 

TRUSTEES OF TRUST FUNDS 

One appointed by Mayor annually in January for three-year term subject 
to confirmation of Board of Aldermen. Salary, none. 

Carl H. Foster, Term expires 1935 

Harry H. Dudley, " " 1936 

Burns P. Hodgman, " " 1937 



PARK COMMISSIONERS 

Two appointed in January for three-year term subject to confirmation 
of Board of Aldermen. Salary, none. 

John W. Storrs, Mayor, ex-offi.cio 

Gardner G. Emmons, Term expires 1935 

Charles L. Jackman, Clerk, " " 1935 

B. C. White, " " 1936 

Alpheus M. Johnson, " " 1936 

Will J. Drew, " " 1937 

Dr. Robert J. Graves, " " 1937 



RECREATION COMMISSIONERS 

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

John W. Storrs, Mayor, ex-officio 

Gardner G. Emmons, Clerk, Term expires 1935 

J. M. Ahern, Chairman, " " 1935 

Dr. C. R. Metcalf, " " 1937 

Leigh S. Hall, " " 1937 



CITY GOVERNMENT 

WARD OFFICERS 



35 



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

GEORGE McGJRR, 1^ Supervisors 

E. LAFLAMME, 
0. H. HARDY, Clerk 



Ward 2— RALPH W. JONES, Moderator 
H. F. PIPER, 
STUART POTTER, 
H. W. INGHAM, 
E. M. SABEN, Clerk 



Supervisors 



Ward 3— ARTHUR F. HENRY, Moderator 
JOHN N. ENGEL, ] 

EVA FARNUM, } Supervisors 

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



Ward 4— J. S. OTIS, Moderator 

RUSSELL M. FRASIER, 
C. M. STRONG, 
MARGARET CHALLIS, 
W. C. BRUNEL, Clerk 



Supervisors 



Ward 5— W. L. STEVENS, Moderator 
E. W. WALKER, 
HAROLD W. GREATOREX, 
C. E. NASON, 
FRED E. SPENCER, Clerk 



Supervisors 



36 CITY OF CONCORD 

Ward 6— A. E. DOLE, Moderator 
C. DUNCAN, 

E. W. SALTMARSH, |> Supervisors 
W. A. STEVENS, 
GUY JEWETT, Clerk 

Ward 7— ALLEN N. FREEMAN, Moderator 
H. M. FARRAR, 1 

R. S. SIBLEY, \ Supervisors 

L. D. CILLEY, J 

G. B. WHITTREDGE, Clerk 

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

F. SMITH, j> Supervisors 
JOHN HIGGINS, J 
HENRY BOISVERT, Clerk 

Ward 9— ANDREW SALTMARSH, Moderator 
WILLIAM DREW, ] 

GEORGE KENNEY, } 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. MANN 
C. E. PERRY 
WILLIAM CARSON 
J. HARRY BATH 



CITY GOVERNMENT 37 

Ward 3— M. H. PEABODY 
AGNES JOHNSON 
MYLA CHAMBERLIN 
HARRY ANDERSON 

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

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

Ward 6— WALTER WILLIAMSON 
JAMES H. DOLAN 
GEORGE W. LOVEJOY 
JOHN S. CLINTON 

Ward 7— A. R. HUSSEY 

CHESTER JEWELL 
JOSEPH NAUGHTON 
A. 0. PRESTON 

Ward 8— HAROLD B. AREY 

ADOLPHE BOISVERT 
SHERRIE F. PETTINGILL 
R. COLETTI 

Ward 9— WILLIAM JOHNS 
FRED COATES 
GEORGE HODGE 
DAVID WHALEN 

Salary Per Annum 

Moderators and Ward Clerks, $40 . 00 

Supervisors— Wards 1, 2, 3, 8, 9, 40.00 

Supervisors — Wards 4, 5, 6, 7, 50 . 00 

Per Diem 
Ballot Inspectors, $8.00 



38 CITY OF CONCORD 

MAYORS OF THE CITY OF CONCORD 

The original charter of the city was adopted by the inhabitants March 10, 1853, and 
until 1880 the Mayor was elected annually. Since 1880 the Mayor has been elected for 
two years, at each biennial election in November. Under the City Charter, adopted 

May 11, 1909, the Mayor was elected, in December, 1910, for one year, and biennially 
thereafter in November beginning in the year 1911. 

Hon. JOSEPH LOW, 1853-'54 

" RUFUS CLEMENTS,* '55 

" JOHN ABBOTT, 1856-'57-'58 

" MOSES T. WILLARD, 1859-'60 

" MOSES HUMPHREY, 1861-'62 

" BENJAMIN F. GALE, 1863-'64 

" MOSES HUMPHREY, '65 

" JOHN ABBOTT, 1866-'67 

" LYMAN D. STEVENS, 1868-'69 

" ABRAHAM G. JONES, 1870-'71 

" JOHN KIMBALL, 1872-'73-'74-75 

" GEORGE A. PILLSBURY, 1876-77 

" HORACE A. BROWN,t 1878-'79-'80 

" GEORGE A. CUMMINGS,t 1880-'81-'82 

'' EDGAR H. WOODMAN, 1883-'84-'85-'86 

" JOHN E. ROBERTSON, 1887-'88 

" STILLMAN HUMPHREY, 1889-'90 

" HENRY W. CLAPP, 1891-'92 

" PARSONS B. COGSWELL, 1893-'94 

" HENRY ROBINSON, 1895-'96 

" ALBERT B. WOODWORTH, 1897-'98 

" NATHANIEL MARTIN, 1899-1900 

" HARRY G. SARGENT, 1901-'02 

" CHARLES R. CORNING, 1903-'08 

" CHARLES J. FRENCH, 1909-'15 

" NATHANIEL W. HOBBS, 1916-'17 

* Died in office, January 13, 1856. 
t Term closed in November, 1880. 
{ Term commenced in November, 1880. 



CITY GOVERNMENT 39 

Hon. CHARLES J. FRENCH, 1918-'19 

" HENRY E. CHAMBERLIN, 1920-'23 

" WILLIS H. FLINT, 1924-'25 

" FRED N. MARDEN,§ 1926-'27 

" OLIN H. CHASE,|| 1928- 

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

" ROBERT W. BROWN, 1930-'33 

" JOHN W. STORRS, 1934- 

§ Died in office, November 23, 1927. 
II Died in office, December 8, 1928. 
•* Elected to fill vacancy, December 12. 1928. 



WATER DEPARTMENT, 1934 



Board of Water Commissioners 
JOHN W. STORRS, Mayor, ex-officio 

HARRY H. DUDLEY, 
Dr. JAMES W. JAMESON, 
BURNS P. HODGMAN, 
HENRY P. CALLAHAN, 
FRANK P. QUIMBY, 
RICHARD S. ROLFE, 
BENJAMIN H. ORR, 
GARDNER TILTON, 

HARRY H. DUDLEY, President 

BURNS P. HODGMAN, Clerk 

SUPERINTENDENT 

P. R. SANDERS 

CLERK 

ALICE G. COCHRAN 

FOREMAN 

JAMES T. DAVIS 

ENGINEER 

F. JEROME HOYT 



to March 31 


1938 


to March 31 


1938 


to March 31 


1937 


to March 31 


1937 


to March 31 


1936 


to March 31 


1936 


to March 31 


1935 


to March 31 


1935 



WATER DEPARTMENT 41 

REPORT OF THE BOARD OF WATER 
COMMISSIONERS 



To the Honorable Mayor and Board of Aldermen: 

The Board of Water Commissioners, in presenting the 
sixty-third annual report by its Superintendent, Percy R. 
Sanders, feels that 1934 shows another profitable year in the 
operation of Concord's water works. During the year the 
surplus funds, account of 1934 receipts, and the balance 
brought over from last year enabled the Superintendent to 
lay 5,700 feet of eight-inch distribution pipe from the St. 
Paul's School road across the Old Saw Mill Road and west 
on the Hopkinton Road to the junction of the old and new 
roads to Hopkinton, replacing the old four-inch and two- 
inch pipe laid a number of years ago, with the result that 
this community, consisting of a number of substantial resi- 
dences, gets adequate fire protection. This job lasted a 
number of weeks and gave work to the unemployed. 

Also, a substantial amount of new distribution pipe was 
laid in West Concord, giving better fire protection, and our 
service was also extended in Concord Heights. 

The water at Lake Penacook has given the city an abun- 
dant supply of water during the year and, consequently, the 
Sanders Pumping Station at North Pembroke has been in 
service for only short periods. 

The consumption of water remains about the same as last 
year, and the details of this service are fully reported in the 
report of the Superintendent. 

There has been erected this year an iron fence, seven feet 
high, completely surrounding the high service reservoir, 
which is an additional protection for the water stored there. 

Last summer our Superintendent, with the approval of the 
members of the Water Board, suggested a location for a 
pubhc swimming pool located on land of the city controlled 
by the Water Commissioners, east of the dam at Lake 
Penacook and behind and west of the Garrison School at 



42 CITY OF CONCORD 

West Concord, water for the pool to be furnished from 
Penacook Lake. The City Government has the matter 
still under advisement. 

The financial statement for the year shows all accounts 
paid and a balance carried forward January 1, 1935, of 
$27,774.87. 

Respectfully submitted, 

For the Board of Water Commissioners 
duly authorized, 

HARRY H. DUDLEY, 

President. 



WATER DEPARTMENT 43 

REPORT OF THE SUPERINTENDENT 



To the Board oj Water Commissioners: 

I herewith present to you the sixty-third annual report of 
the operations of this department: 

Receipts 

For water from consumers at fixed 

rates, $6,390 . 89 

For water from consumers at meter 

rates, 95,341 . 12 

For water from consumers, 1933 

account, 435.95 

From dehnquents, 335.93 

For water for building purposes, 146.32 

For pipe and stock sold and labor, 1,529.76 
For repairing hydrants broken by 

automobiles, 51.41 

For old brass and iron, 42.54 

For rent of land, 160 . 00 

From woodlands, 200.96 

Refunds of bills, 27.25 
For shutting off and turning on 
water, non-payment of water 

bills, 6.00 



$104,668.13 
Deduct abatements, 39.79 

$104,628.34 



44 city of concord 

Expenditures 

maintenance account 
General care and maintenance: 



Salaries and labor, 


$16,005 


.41 




Automobile account, 


2,112 


.93 




Supplies and repairs, 


1,773 


.96 




Incidental expenses, 


768.39 








i 


B20,660.69 








Office expenses, 






3,567.32 


Care and repair of hydrants. 






1,363.05 


Care and repair of meters, 






3,831.13 


Relaying service pipes. 






2,914.18 


Thawing service pipes. 






2,079.54 


Leak account, 






630.32 


Work at lake. 






2,010.97 


North State Street Pumping Station: 








Salaries, 


$2,114 


.77 




Power, 


2,506 


,22 




General expenses. 


139 


.45 




Heating, 


171 


.87 


4,932.31 








Sanders Pumping Station: 








Salaries, 


$4,205.98 




Power, 


1,498. 


24 




Supplies and incidentals. 


937, 


,22 


6,641.44 






( 


Maintenance account, 


148,630.95 


Relaying main and services in West 








Concord, 






3,378.79 


Alterations in garage, 






1,423.21 


New fence at reservoir. 






1,337.49 


New compressor. 






2,196.44 


New Buick coupe. 






944.50 


New G.M.C. truck. 






865.80 



WATER DEPARTMENT 45 



CONSTRUCTION ACCOUNT 



Distribution pipes, $16,059.35 

Hydrants, 2,018.28 

Service pipes, 1,122.75 

Meters, 1,348.81 



Construction account, 20,549 . 19 



Total expenditures for 1934, $79,326.37 



46 CITY OF CONCORD 

EXTENSIONS AND IMPROVEMENTS 

Distribution pipes relaid and extended: 

14-iiich, bitumastic-lined : 

North State Street in West Concord, to complete relaying 
14-inch and 12-inch cement-lined pipes, 243 feet; connected 
with 3,036 feet of 14-inch pipe laid in 1933; total amount 
relaid in 1933 and 1934, 3,279 feet, all replacing 1,764 feet 
of 12-inch and 1,515 feet of 14-inch cement-lined pipes; 
total amount discontinued, 3,279 feet. 

12-inch: 

Hutchins Street, 57 feet on connection with new 14-inch 
main; 100 feet of 12-inch cement-lined discontinued. 

8-inch : 

Sewall's Falls Road, 40 feet on connection with new 14- 
inch main; 80 feet of 6-inch discontinued. 

Old Saw Mill Road, from Pleasant Street to Hopkinton 
Road, 2,937 feet, replacing 2,951 feet of 4-inch. 

Hopkinton Road, from Old Saw Mill Road west, 2,834 
feet, replacing 190 feet of 6-inch, 624 feet of 4-inch and 
2,041 feet of 2-inch; total amount laid, 5,771 feet; 5,806 feet 
discontinued. 

6-inch : 

Sewall's Falls Road, extended north from Second Street, 
2,560 feet. 

Chase Street, from Canterbury Road east, 935 feet. 

Roosevelt Avenue, extended west, 110 feet. 

On connections to new 14-inch main, 24 feet added; 10 
feet discontinued. 

2-inch : 

Hopkinton Road, extended from 8-inch and on connection, 
996 feet. 

Canterbury Road, north from Loudon Road, 886 feet. 

Burns Avenue, north from Loudon Road, 223 feet. 

South Pembroke Road, extended south, 193 feet. 



WATER DEPARTMENT 47 

Bow Street, extended south, 157 feet. 
Chase Street, east from 6-mch pipe, 34 feet. 
Cross Street, Penacook, on connection, 14 feet. 
On hydrant branches, 56 feet of 8-inch and 258 feet of 
6-inch; 82 feet of 6-inch iron and 72 feet of 6-inch cement- 
Uned discontinued. 

On blow-offs, 24 feet of 4-inch iron and 41 feet of 4-inch 
cement-hned pipe discontinued. 

Also discontinued 131 feet of 6-inch and 34 feet of 4-inch 
cement-lined pipe. 

Thirty-two gates were set, of which 17 were changed, 
occasioned by relaying mains; 4 additional gates were dis- 
continued. 

Eleven new hydrants have been set : 

Sewall's Falls Road, east side, at Besse's. 

Sewall's Falls Road, east side, at end of pipe. 

Chase Street, north side, at No. 14. 

Chase Street, north side, at end of pipe. 

South Main Street, east side, at Bartemus driveway. 

Old Saw Mill Road, west side, near St. Paul's School 

Tenement No. 93. 
Old Saw Mill Road, east side, near Hopkinton Road. 
Hopkinton Road, south side, at Frank Crowley's. 
Hopkinton Road, south side, at Francis Crowley's. 
Hopkinton Road, south side, near Miss Harriet Kim- 
ball's. 
Hopkinton Road, south side, at end of 8-inch pipe. 
Eleven old hydrants have been replaced by new ones. 
Fifty-three new services have been laid consisting of 
1,087 feet of M-inch, 99 feet of 1-inch and 90 feet of 13/^-inch 
pipe; of these 4 were relocations of old services and 10 had 
previously been supplied with another consumer. 

Eighteen services have been discontinued; total length of 
service pipe laid, 1,276 feet; total length discontinued, 510 
feet; net increase of 35 services and 766 feet of pipe. 

One hundred and forty services were relaid, including 32 
tapped on the new 14-inch pipe in West Concord, and curb 
valves were placed on 25 old services. 



48 CITY or CONCORD 

Fifty-two new meters were set and two have been dis- 
continued. 

Due to the severity of the winter of 1933-34, the frost 
went unusually deep, and approximately 100 services were 
frozen. Electricity and hot water were used to thaw them. 
In some cases it was necessary to dig to the main. We found 
in an 8-inch main on Rumford Street about two inches of ice 
inside the pipe. 

On February 18 our men were called to East Concord to 
repair a broken 6-inch pipe leading to a hydrant at the 
corner of East Penacook Street and Canterbury Road. We 
found that the break was caused by the freezing of the pipe. 

It was necessary to shut the water ofif from part of the vil- 
lage, but after doing this no houses in the village could get 
any water. 

Upon investigation it was found that the 5-foot riser sup- 
plying the lOOjOOO-gallon tank was frozen solid. Efforts 
at thawing were unavailing and the riser continued frozen 
until March 2, when the action of the sun on the stack 
thawed it sufficiently so that an opening was made through 
the stack into the tank. The stack has, from careful ex- 
amination, shown no damage from the freezing. 

The 14-inch bitumastic-lined main laid in November and 
December, 1933, in West Concord to replace 12- and 14-inch 
cement-hned pipe was connected at the upper and lower 
ends to the existing mains in April and May, 1934. The 
schedule of pipe laid also shows the amount of cement-lined 
pipe discontinued. 

Five thousand seven hundred and seventy-one feet of 8- 
inch pipe has been laid in the Hopkinton Road and Saw 
Mill Road, replacing 4- and 2-inch pipe, and seven hydrants 
were set. This was done principally to furnish fire protec- 
tion for the property along these roads, as the 4-inch pipe in 
use was so filled as to be inadequate for any fire flows. 

It has not been necessary to start the auxihary pumping 
plant at the Soucook well field this year, as there has been 
sufficient water in Penacook Lake to fully care for all de- 
mands. The usual force has been kept on duty at the plant. 



WATER DEPARTMENT 49 

A portable air compressor manufactured by the Sullivan 
Machinery Company of Claremont, with a capacity of 120 
cubic feet of air per minute, was purchased early in 1934, 
and two trucks have been fitted to haul the machine from 
the garage to the job. This compressor has proven of great 
value to the Department in digging through frozen ground, 
asphalt pavements and drilling boulders. 

A Ij/^-ton G.M.C. truck, replacing a 1928 Dodge truck, 
was purchased. This is the second of this size and make 
that we now have, and they are giving excellent service. 

At the reservoir a chain link fence 7 feet high has been 
built at the foot of the embankment, replacing one of wood 
which was at the top. 

An extension of 6-inch pipe in the Sewall's Falls Road 
was made during the winter by the C.W.A. as a relief proj- 
ect. This main furnishes water for the Municipal Golf 
Course, two hydrants and one dwelling. 

The mean height of the water in Penacook Lake for 1934 
was 183.276 feet, which was 1.724 below the overflow. The 
highest level was reached April 12 at 185.80, which was .8 
foot above the overflow, and the lowest was December 1 
when the level was 181.90, 3.1 feet below the overflow. 

Annexed to this report is the statement of the City Treas- 
urer showing the balance at the first of the year, the bonds 
and interest paid, the bifls paid and the balance at the close 
of the year. 

In closing I wish to thank the members of the Board of 
Water Commissioners and the Water Works employees for 
their co-operation in carrying on the work of the year. 

Respectfully submitted, 

PERCY R. SANDERS, 

Superintendent. 



50 



CITY OF CONCORD 



Record of Electric Pumps at North State Street 
Station for 1934 



Months 


Total 

Days 

Pumping 


Ave. Daily 

Hours 

Pumping 


K. W. H. 
Monthly 


Daily 

Ave. 

K. W. H. 


Total Gallons 

Pumped 
Venturi Meter 


Daily Ave. 
Gallons 


January 

February 


31 
28 
31 
30 
31 
30 
31 
31 
30 
31 
30 
31 


6-30 

7-15 

7-40 

6-54 

7 

7-32 

8-06 

7-30 

7-15 

7-12 

7-11 

6-54 


16,090 
16,210 
18,990 
16,610 
17,270 
17,620 
19,960 
18,690 
17,140 
17,810 
17,300 
17,040 


519 
578 
612 
553 
557 
587 
643 
602 
571 
574 
576 
549 


31,858,000 
31,867,000 
37,594,000 
33,083,000 
34,612,000 
35,787,000 
39,541,000 
36,587,000 
34,119,000 
35,162,000 
33.835,000 
33,540,000 


1,027,677 
1.138,107 
1,212,709 




1,102,766 


May 

June 

July 


1,116,516 
1,192,900 
1,275,516 




1,180,225 


September 


1,137,300 
1,134,258 




1,127,833 




1,081,935 






Total 


365 


7-15 


210,730 


577 


417,585,000 




Daily average 


1,144,068 



Pumping Record for Sanders Station for 1934 



Months 


Gallons 
Pamped by 

Gas Engine 


Gallons 

Pumped by 

Electric Motor 


Total 
Gallons 
Pumped 




170,300 
128,400 
120,100 
132,200 
155,600 
132,800 
133,600 
135,200 
99,700 
163,500 
130,800 
131,900 


197,700 
898,900 
397,200 
338.900 
129,500 
113,800 
2,342,400 
274,400 

67,200 


99,400 
100,200 


368,000 




1,027,300 




517,300 




471,100 




285,100 




246,600 


July 


2,476,000 




409,600 




166,900 




163,500 




230,200 




232,100 






Total 


1,634,100 


4,959,600 


6,593,700 







WATER DEPARTMENT 



51 



BONDED INDEBTEDNESS OF THE 
WATER PRECINCT 



Due 



Jan. 
Jan. 
Jan. 
July 
July 
July 
Feb. 
July 
Feb. 
July 
Feb. 
July 
Feb. 
July 
Feb. 
July 
Feb. 
July 
Feb. 
July 
Feb. 
July 
Feb. 
July 
Feb. 
July 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 



Rate 



Amount 



935, 


43^ 


$18,000 


936, 


4^ 


18,000 


937, 


4^ 


18,000 


935, 


4H 


4,000 


936, 


4>^ 


4,000 


937, 


4H 


4,000 


938, 


4^ 


9,000 


938, 


4K 


4,000 


939, 


4^ 


9,000 


939, 


43^ 


4,000 


940, 


4M 


9,000 


l940, 


4K 


4,000 


941, 


4M 


9,000 


941, 


43^ 


4,000 


942, 


4M 


9,000 


942, 


434 


4,000 


.943, 


4M 


9,000 


943, 


434 


4,000 


944, 


4M 


9,000 


l944. 


434 


4,000 


945, 


4M 


9,000 


l945. 


434 


4,000 


L946, 


4M 


9,000 


L946, 


4^ 


4,000 


L947, 


4M 


9,000 


L947, 


434 


4,000 


L948, 


4^ 


9,000 


L949, 


43^ 


9,000 


L950, 


4M 


9,000 


L951, 


414 


9,000 



$232,000 



52 CITY OF CONCORD 

STATEMENT OF COUPON ACCOUNT OF THE 
WATER PRECINCT 



Dr. 

To coupons overdue January 1, 

1934, and not presented, $191 . 00 
To coupons due 1934, 10,710.00 



Cr. 

By coupons paid, 1934, $10,755.00 

By coupons due and not presented, 146 . 00 



$10,901.00 



$10,901.00 



CITY TREASURER'S CONDENSED STATEMENT 
OF WATER WORKS ACCOUNT 

Carl H. Foster, City Treasurer 

Receipts 

Balance on hand, January 1, 1934, $35,536.69 
Receipts, P. R. Sanders, Superin- 
tendent, 104,628 . 34 

$140,165.03 

Expenditures 

Orders paid, $79,635 . 16 

Bonds paid, 22,000 . 00 

Interest on bonds, 10,755 . 00 

Balance on hand, January 1, 1935, 27,774.87 



$140,165.03 

Outstanding orders unpaid, $880 . 64 



WATER DEPARTMENT 53 

SUMMARY OF STATISTICS 



For the Year Ending December 31, 1934 
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 gallons per 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, 210,730. 

Total pumpage, by Venturi meter, 417,585,000 gallons. 

Average static head against which pump works, 90 feet. 

Average dynamic head against which pump works, 115.2 
feet. 



54 city of concord 

Sanders Pumping Station, Well Supply 

Two 2-stage Morris electrically operated centrifugal pumps, 
direct connected 125 H. P. Westinghouse motors; ca- 
pacity each 1,600,000 gallons per 24 hours. 

One 3-stage Morris gasoline driven centrifugal pump 
operated by 175 H. P. Dolphin, C, 6-cylinder internal 
combustion engine, 1,200 R. P. M.; capacity, 1,600,000 
gallons per 24 hours. 

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

Total pumpage by Venturi meter, 6,593,700 gallons. 

Average dynamic head against which pump works, 288 feet. 

Average suction lift, 15.5 feet. 

Total head against which pump works, 303.5 feet. 

Average static head against which pump works, 207.4 feet. 



DISTRIBUTING SYSTEM 

Kind of pipe — cast iron and cement-lined. 

Sizes — four-inch to twenty-four-inch. 
Extended — 5,853 feet during year. 
Relaid — 4,201 feet during year. 
Connected mains relaid in 1933, 3,036 feet. 
Discontinued — 381 feet during year. 
Total now in use, corrected — 455,944 feet, or 86.35 
miles. 

Sizes — two-inch and less. 

Extended — 2,503 feet during year. 

Relaid — feet during year. 

Discontinued — 2,041 feet during year. 

Total now in use, corrected — 32,214 feet, or 6.10 miles. 

Number of hydrants added during year — public, 11. 
Number of hydrants now in use — public, 601; private, 112. 
Number of stop gates added during year — 11. 
Number of stop gates now in use — 1,300. 



WATER DEPARTMENT 55 

Number of blow-off gates — 76. 

Range of pressure on mains at center of city — 88 pounds 
high service and 48 pounds low service. 

Services 

Kind of pipe — cement-lined, brass and copper tubing. 
Sizes — three-fourths-inch to ten-inch. 

Laid— 1,276 feet. 

Discontinued — 510 feet. 

Total now in use — 114,925 feet. 
Number of service taps added during year — 53. 
Number of service taps discontinued — 18. 
Number now in use — 4,822. 
Average length of service — 23.83 feet. 
Number of meters added during year — 50. 
Number now in use — 3,993. 
Percentage of services metered — 82.80. 
Percentage of receipts from metered water — 93.58. 

STATISTICS OF CONSUMPTION OF WATER 

1. Estimated total population at date, 25,228. 

2. Estimated population on lines of pipe, 24,000. 

3. Estimated population supplied, 24,000. 

4. Total consumption for year, 986,334,365 gallons. 

5. Amount supplied by gravity, 562,155,665 gallons. 

6. Amount supplied by pumping, 424,178,700 gallons. 

7. Average daily consumption, 2,686,100 gallons. 

8. Average daily use per service, 560 gallons. 

9. Gallons per day each consumer, 112 gallons. 

10. Amount of chlorine used, 2,000 pounds. 

11. Amount of chlorine per 1,000,000 gallons, 2.1 pounds. 
Cost of supply water per 1,000,000 gallons figured on 

total operating and maintenance cost, $49.31. 
Cost of supplying water per 1,000,000 gallons figured on 

total operating and maintenance cost, and bonds and 

interest paid, S82.47. 
Revenue per 1,000,000 gallons, $106.07. 



56 CITY OF CONCORD 




INVENTORY 




December 31, 1934 




Plant investment. 


$1,612,952.59 


Stock on hand: 




Pipe yard — pipe, 


3,781.63 


Hydrants, gates and special castings. 


4,517.06 


Shop — machines, tools, meters and service 




pipe. 


6,808.39 


Trucks, automobile and supplies, 


5,594.00 


City Pumping Station: 




Furniture and supplies, 


1,504.00 


Pembroke Pumping Station: 




Furniture and supplies, 


655.26 


Water Office: 




Furniture and supplies, 


500.00 




$1,636,312.93 



REPORT OF FIRE DEPARTMENT 



To the Board of Mayor and Aldermen: 

In accordance with the requirements of the City Ordi- 
nance, I herewith submit for your consideration the report of 
the Fire Department for the year 1934. 

The Department responded to 485 alarms. 

Bells Stills Total 

49 436 485 

The number of alarms for this year was 49 less than the 
previous year, and, with the greatly reduced fire loss, I feel 
that we can be proud of this record. 

The apparatus, in the main, is in good condition. We 
still have three pieces that will have to be modernized, which 
will not require a large expenditure. A combination hose 
and booster truck was installed in Headquarters to replace 
an old Winton truck that had been in service since 1915, also 
a smaller truck of the same model was installed at Engine 
and Ladder 3, Penacook Station, replacing an old White 
truck that had been in service since 1915. 

All work on these trucks was done by the permanent men, 
saving the city thousands of dollars, reflecting great credit 
for their accompKshments. 

The need of an additional ladder truck is more apparent 
daily. I urgently recommend an aerial ladder truck be 
purchased this coming year. 

The Fire Alarm System is in good condition. Rectifiers 
were installed this year, replacing the motor generator 
charging system. This change is a more efficient and eco- 
nomical method of operation. 

Two new fire alarm boxes were added to the system, but 
there are still a few locations where new boxes should be 
installed. 

All hose in the Department has been tested, and a small 
amount was turned over to other departments. One 



58 CITY OF COXCORD 

thousand feet of new hose should be purchased this coming 
year for replacement. 

The addition to the Central Fire Station has been com- 
pleted, which will meet the requirements for many years. 

Fire preventive activities have been carried on by the 
permanent force. There were 4,733 inspections made, all 
men rotating in this work. A great deal has been accom- 
plished in this line. 

I wish to thank the citizens for their co-operation with 
this Department pertaining to fire prevention. 

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

W. T. HAPPNY, 
Chief oj Department. 



FIRE DEPARTMENT 59 

SUMMARY, 1934 







BUILDINGS 






Value 
$539,051.00 


Loss 
$21,232.83 


Insurance 
$412,150.00 

CONTENTS 


Insurance Paid 
$17,142.88 


Net Loss 
$3,899.95 


Value 
$105,744.61 


Loss 
$10,753.40 


Insurance 
$79,689.61 

TOTAL 


Insurance Paid 
$4,072 . 90 


Net Loss 
$6,680.50 


$644,795.61 


$31,986.23 


$491,839.61 


$21,215.78 


$10,580.45 



APPARATUS AND FORCE 

Chief of Department 
W. T. Happny Office, Central Fire Station 

Deputy Chiefs 
M. J. Martin 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 Co. No. 3 — Penacook 

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 

Chief's car and service truck 

Veteran's Auxiliary Co. (30 men) 

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

Seventeen thousand five hundred feet of cotton-jacketed 
rubber-hned hose. 



REPORT OF POLICE DEPARTMENT 



Twenty-fifth Annual Report of the Chief of Police 

Concord, N. H., January 1, 1935. 

To His Honor, Mayor John W. Storrs, and the Honorable 
Board of Aldermen of the City of Concord, N. H.: 

Gentlemen : I respectfully submit my twenty-fifth report 
of the Police Department for the year ending December 31, 
1934. 

ROSTER 

George A. S. Kimball, Chief of Police 

Victor I. Moore, Deputy Chief 

J. Edward Silva, Captain 

Samuel Rodd, Sergeant 

Mechanic and Electrician 
Perley H. Morse 

House Officer 
Mark D. Casey 

Pensioned 

Christopher Wallace 
Samuel Bachelder 



POLICE DEPARTMENT 



61 



J. J. Halligan 

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

G. M. Dooley 



Patrolmen 

T. M. Harrison 
M. F. Densmore 
J. G. Andrews 
Will White 
Percy Davis 
Joseph Keenan 
Delmer Thompson 
Roger E. Sargent 



Capt. George Abbott 
Sergt. Nelson Strong 
Thomas Andrews 
Herbert E. Clark 
Einer F. Grell 
Bernard Greeley 
Richard Herold 
Edward L. Howland 
Harry A. Howland 
Walter B. Huckins 
Edward R. Lovely 
John Kenney 
Joseph King 
Timothy J. O'Brien 
John W. Naylor 
Denzil M. Rowe 
Frank Silva 



Reserve Officers 

Francis J. SulHvan 
Francis M. White 
Lloyd C. Carter 
Addison Martin 
J. B. Halligan 
Leonard Sullivan 
Clarence Morse 
Fred J. Valliere 
A. C. Guimond 
R. H. McKenzie 
Roland O. Fifield 
Carl Pebbles 
Homer Clough 
M. Mulligan 
Walter Bean 
Cleveland G. Percy 
William Welcome 
Paul Sleeper 



62 CITY OF CONCORD 

Appropriation, $53,326 . 41 

Department earnings, 99 . 66 



Salaries : 







$53,426.07 


Expenditures 






Chief, 


$2,432.08 




Deputy, 


2,245.00 




Officers, 


34,398.87 




Specials, 


3,872.66 




Stenographer, 


1,028.33 




Repairs, 


1,075.02 




Fuel, 


1,281.04 




Lights, 


1,110.76 




Auto and auto supplies, 


2,299.53 




Marking streets, 


1,147.25 




Telephone and Gamewell, 


483 . 60 




Insurance, 


336.90 




Keeping prisoners, 


171.45 




Incidentals, 


906.77 




Printing, 


92.40 




Guns, 


423.33 


53,304.99 







$121.08 



POLICE DEPARTMENT 63 







ARRESTS 




1909 


281 


1922 


663 


1910 


586 


1923 


708 


1911 


1,076 


1924 


813 


1912 


1,366 


1925 


699 


1913 


1,556 


1926 


964 


1914 


1,850 


1927 


894 


1915 


1,599 


1928 


788 


1916 


1,106 


1929 


895 


1917 


1,003 


1930 


770 


1918 


492 


1931 


819 


1919 


350 


1932 


760 


1920 


471 


1933 


760 


1921 


553 







1934 

Whole number of arrests, 892 

Brought before the court, 600 

Discharged by the court, 30 

Released, 100 

Adultery, 2 

Aggravated assault, 2 

Appealed to Superior Court, 3 

Arrests for out-of-town officers, 10 

Assault, 25 
Attempt to operate automobile under the influence 

of liquor, 4 

Bastardy, 7 

Begging, 9 

Beating board bill, 1 

Bound over to high court, 39 

Breaking and entering, 22 

Committed to House of Correction, 79 

Committed to New Hampshire State Hospital, 17 

Continued for sentence, 15 

Cruelty to animals, 1 

Destroying State property, 2 



64 CITY OF CONCORD 



Drunkenness, 


234 


Embezzlement, 


1 


Escaped from House of Correction, 


1 


Evading railroad fare, 


2 


Exposing his person, 


2 


Fighting, 


2 


Fornication, 


3 


Fraud, 


2 


Fugitive, 


6 


Gambling, 


46 


Illegal possession. 


4 


Illegal transportation. 


2 


Inadequate brakes. 


2 


Insane, 


15 


Kidnapping, 


1 


Keeping liquor for sale. 


4 


Larceny (grand), 


50 


Larceny (simple). 


8 


Milk law violation, 


4 


Mittimus called for. 


38 


Mittimus not to issue until called for, 


194 


Nol-prossed, 


22 


Non-support, 


10 


Number paid fines. 


189 


Operating auto while under the influence of liquor, 


38 


Overspeeding auto, 


16 


Overspeeding motorcycle. 


1 


Rape, 


1 


Phony checks, 


1 


Reckless driving. 


18 


Rude and disorderly conduct, 


25 


Runaways, 


13 


Safekeeping, 


154 


Sentence suspended. 


225 


Traffic violation. 


47 


Unlicensed dog. 


1 


Violation of automobile laws. 


28 


Violation fish and game laws, 


11 



POLICE DEPARTMENT 65 

Miscellaneous 

Accidental shooting, 2 

Accidents reported (automobile), 156 

Ambulance calls, 301 

Ambulance calls in emergency, 50 

Articles reported found, 5 

Articles reported stolen, 110 

Automobiles abandoned, 2 

Automobiles reported stolen from Concord, 27 

Automobiles reported stolen from out of town, 57 

Bicycles reported stolen, 15 

Attempted breaks, 5 

Breaks, 60 

Complaints investigated, 631 

Dangerous limbs and trees reported, 4 

Disturbances quelled, 74 

Dogs reported lost, 72 

Dogs reported injured or killed, 24 

Doors tried each night, 983 

Doors and windows found unlocked or open, 579 

Escaped from N. H. institutions, 88 

Fires, 34 

Holes in streets reported, 21 

Leaks in water pipes reported, 5 

Lights (silent and police reported out of order), 28 

Lights (street out of order), 17 

Lost articles reported, 61 

Lost children reported, 54 

Lights left burning in stores and buildings, 27 

Merchants notified of trouble in stores, 5 

Missing persons reported to this office, 8 

Motorcycles reported stolen to this office, 1 

Officers attending fires, 102 

Persons reported drowning, 1 

Persons reported found dead to this office, 1 

Persons located, 44 

Persons found ill on street, 2 



66 CITY OF CONCORD 

Persons investigated, 6 

Persons police asked to locate, 40 

Police boxes out of order, 5 

Police cars used for accidents and sick persons, 24 

Runaways reported to this office, 9 

Stray animals reported, 7 

Vacant houses and buildings watched, 2 

Wires reported down, 6 

Suicides, 6 
Respectfully submitted, 

GEORGE A. S. KIMBALL, 

Chief of Police. 



REPORT OF THE ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT 



Concord, N. H., December 31, 1934. 

To the Board of Public Works: 

Gentlemen: 

The following is the yearly report of the various sub- 
divisions of this Department: 

Engineering 

Appropriation, $5,275 . 00 

Expended, 5,273.43 



Balance, $1.57 

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

Fifty-two plans and 1,781 blue prints were made; 12,500 
feet of grade stakes were set; 396 transfers of property were 
recorded; 0.131 miles of street were laid out in 1934, bringing 
the total mileage of streets and roads m the entire city up to 
182.907 miles. 

The deed book of Blossom Hill Cemetery showing trans- 
fers of lots was brought up to January 1, 1935. 

The following streets were laid out in 1934; Sylvester 
Street Extension, West Concord. 

The employees of this Department have been: Edward 
E. Beane, engineer; C. Fred Moulton, transitman; John A. 
Howard, Walter Darrah, Gilman Crowell and Gordon 
Stevenson, rodmen; S. Frances Richardson, chief clerk; 
and Frank S. Merrill, accountant, all of whom have rendered 
valuable service to the city. 



68 



Appropriation, 
Expended, 



city of concord 
Sewers 



$10,136.24 
10,130.87 

$5.37 



Balance, 

Sewers were constructed in the following streets: 

Academy Street, 195 ft. of 8" Akron pipe 

Perkins Court, 216 " " 8" " 

Winter Street, Penacook, 110 " " 8" " 



521 



II II Off (C 



Thirty catch basins were built and connected; 39 manholes 
were built. 

There were 80 private pipe plugs and 46 main line plugs 
which were immediately removed. 

There were 46 new house connections laid and 17 relaid, 
a detailed account of every job, bill, etc., bemg kept in this 
office. 

The total mileage of sewers built by the Sewer Depart- 
ment in 1934 was .098. 

Sewer Construction by Contract 

Contracts were let to Ames Construction Co. of Somers- 
worth, N. H., for the following sewers: Prospect Street storm 
sewer, which included the laying of sewers in the following 
streets : 



Curtice Avenue 

147 ft. of 24" Akron pipe 
80 " " 20" " 
12 " " 30" Iron 

416 " " 12" Akron " 
Prospect Street 

225 ft. of 20" Akron pipe 

327 " " 12" " 

181 " " 10" " 
Granite Avenue 

259 ft. of 10" Akron pipe 



Foster Street 

95 ft. of 10" Akron pipe 
Walker Street Seiver Extension 

600 ft. of 8" Akron pipe 
Walker Street Storm Seiver 
North Slate Street 

500 ft. of 20" Akron pipe 
Walker Street 

331 ft. of 20" Akron pipe 

200 " " 18" " 

391 " " 15" " 

298 " " 12" " 



ENGINEEEING DEPARTMENT 



69 



Bradley Street 

285 ft. of 20" Akron pipe 

285 " " 15" " 

200 " " 12" " 

267 " " 10" " 
Highland Street 

842 ft. of 10" Akron pipe 
Albin Street 

763 ft. of 10" Akron pipe 
Perkins Street 

395 ft. of 10" Akron pipe 
Rumford Street 

381 ft. of 10" Akron pipe 
South Street Server 
South Street 

2,480 ft. of 15" Double Strength 
Akron pipe 



1,258 ft. of 15" Standard Akron 
pipe 

712 " " 12" Standard Akron 
pipe 
Iron Works Road 

800 ft. of 12" Akron pipe 

300 " " 10" " 
Rockingham Street 

600 ft. of 12" Akron pipe 
Roosevelt Avenue 

151 ft. of 8" Akron pipe 
Lincoln Avenue 

362 ft. of 8" Akron pipe 
Grant Avenue 

204 ft. of 8" Akron pipe 



On all of the contract jobs, the necessary catch basins for 
surface dramage were built. 

Concord Manor sewer is now under construction. The 
work completed to January 1, 1935, is as follows: 



Borough Road 
1,792 ft. of 12" Akron pipe 

200 " " 10" " 
Snow Street 
1,548 ft. of 12" Akron pipe 

111 " " 10" " 
Hobart Street 
1,800 ft. of 12" Akron pipe 

108 " " 10" " 
Abbott Road 

904 ft. of 12" Akron pipe' 
1,666 " " 10" " 



Bean Street 

252 ft. of 20" Double Strength 
Akron pipe 

243 " " 18" Double Strength 
Akron pipe 
Mitchell Street 

403 ft. of 10" Akron pipe 
Chapman Street 

323 ft. of 10" Akron pipe 
Fisherville Road 

755 ft. of 10" Akron pipe 



On the contract jobs, 76 manholes and 127 catch basins 
were built. 

Total mileage of pipe laid, 4.605. 

The Department maintains 61.815 miles of sewers located 
as follows: 



70 CITY OF CONCORD 


City Proper, 


45.699 miles 


West Concord, 


3.972 " 


East Concord, 


2.455 " 


Penacook, 


5.862 " 


Plains, 


0.718 " 


St. Paul's School, 


1.197 " 


Concord Manor, 


1.912 " 


Total, 


61.815 miles 



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 rendered valuable assistance. 

Street Lights 

During the year there were installed electric street lights 
as follows: 15-60 c.p.; 1-100 c.p.; 1-60 c.p. lamp was re- 
placed by the 100 c.p. 

This makes a total number of lights in operation Decem- 
ber 31, 1934, as follows: 143-600 c.p.; 215-200 c.p.; 1-100 
c.p.; 592-60 c.p.; 552-40 c.p. 

Appropriation, S40,970 . 00 

Expended, 41,011.20 



Overdrawn, .$41.20 

Trees 

Appropriation, $6,702 . 00 

Expended, 6,699 . 98 



Balance, $2.02 

During January and February, the C.W.A. worked on 
trees in Penacook at no cost to the city. 

Tree work is very hazardous, but we feel that the city as 
a whole is well taken care of by our foreman, J. Henry 
Jordan, and his assistants. 



engineering department 71 

Garbage Other Than Table Garbage 

Appropriation, $35,000 . 00 

Expended, 34,997.75 



Balance, $2.25 

This work is very uncertain as to amounts to collect, 
but our method of collecting seems to be satisfactory. 

Table Garbage 

Appropriation, $4,360 . 00 

Expended, 4,360 . 00 

Table garbage is collected by contract, with Bert Holt 
having the contract for the city proper, said contract to run 
until December 31, 1937. Fred Loranger has the contract 
for West Concord until June 6, 1935; also Penacook, the 
contract extending to August 1, 1936. No appropriation 
was made for the West Concord collection of garbage, the 
expense being borne by the Roads and Bridges appropria- 
tion. 

Roads and Bridges 

Appropriation, $167,170.76 

Expended, 167,169.92 



Balance, $0.84 

Bridges 

The Loudon, Cloughs Mills, Davis and Crescent Street 
bridges were replanked. 

Culverts 

Fifteen culverts were repaired and three new ones in- 
stalled. 

Fences 

Guard rails have been repaired. We are building new 
fences continually where needed. 



72 city of concord 

Snow Removal 

The streets and roads were plowed 15 times, taking 39 
days' time. Sidewalks were plowed 20 times. Total depth 
of snow fall, 81 inches. We had three hard storms that 
drifted and made plowing very difficult. 

Cleaning Streets 

The motor-driven fliisher and four patrol men worked on 
North and South State Streets, North and South Main 
Street, Park, Capitol, Green, School, Warren, Pleasant, 
Center, Prince and South Streets. 

Garage and Stables 

The buildings are in good repair, with the exception of the 
carpenter shop, which also includes storage space for trucks. 
This is a wood-frame building, and needs extensive repairs. 

Our heating plant does good work and is of sufficient 
capacity, so that we were able to extend the steam system 
to the Sewer Department garage. 

An inexpensive wood-frame building was built on to the 
east side of the garage and is used as a store room for tools. 

We have a good machine shop, but are cramped for space. 
An addition would be a great help, and tend to increase the 
efficiency of the garage mechanics. 

Equipment Purchased 

One stone crusher; three G.M.C. trucks, 3-4 tons; two 
G.M.C. trucks, 5-6 tons; three sand spreaders; one patrol 
grader; one concrete mixer; one tree sprayer; several small 
tools and appliances. 

Equipment Discontinued 

One International truck was discontinued as unsafe and 
of no value as far as service is concerned. Two Mead- 
Morrison tractors are worn out. 



ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT 73 



Sidewalks 



During the year there were laid 1.46 miles or 5,598 square 
yards of coal tar walk, and 1.25 miles of gravel walk were 
built and repaired. 

Four new walk plows were built by our forces. 

Plumbing Inspection 

There were 76 plumbing permits issued and 150 inspec- 
tions made. 

Road Construction 

There were 1,100,500 square yards of tar surface retarred, 
and 553^ miles of road tarred. 

Gravel roads were patched and road machined. 

The State of New Hampshire, under the Emergency Re- 
lief Unemployed, set up .$21,189.61 for work on Class V 
roads. This work was financed from the Roads and Bridges 
appropriation and was reimbursed by the State. All of the 
money was expended plus $0.09 balance from the 1933 
account. 

The labor was obtained from the Commissioner of Labor 
of the State of New Hampshire, and the following roads were 
worked upon: Shaker Road, Snow's Pond Road, Sanborn 
Road, Graham Road, Loudon-Penacook Road, Canterbury 
Road, Elm Street (Penacook), River Road, Lake View 
Drive, Silk Farm Road, Birchdale Road, Hooksett Turnpike 
and the Runnells Road, the work covering about 14 miles of 
road. 

Men from C.W.A. worked on Snow's Pond, Runnels Road 
and Sylvester Street, this work being done in January, 1934. 

New pavement of Hot Top (so-called) was built on North 
State Street from Pleasant Street to just north of Beacon 
Street, or a total length of 3,560 feet; 13,132 square yards of 
pavement were laid; 1,631 square yards of walk were rebuilt 
and 1,878 feet of curbing reset. 

The same kind of pavement was laid on South State 
Street from Pleasant Street to South Main Street, or a total 



74 CITY OF CONCORD 

length of 3,796 feet; 13,635 square yards of pavement were 
laid; 3,359 feet of curbing reset and 450 square yards of 
walk were relaid. 

The same kind of pavement was laid on South Main Street 
from West Street to Freight Street, with the exception of the 
easterly side, which is to be completed in 1935. A strip 28 
feet wide was built in the center, and the west side was 
topped for parking space the entire length of 2,520 feet. 

The center lane required 8,027 square yards, the west 
parking space 6,080 square yards and the work in east 
parking at South End 783 square yards of pavement. 
These were made of standard mix and meet all requirements 
of State Highway specifications. 

On these jobs the drainage was cared for by the installa- 
tion of 32 new catch basins and 41 manholes. 

Total miles of hot-top, 1.87. 

The State of New Hampshire built 2.42 miles of cement 
concrete road on North State Street from the Prison Crossing 
to Granite Avenue. 

Parks 

A cement curb was built around the small part of the in- 
tersection of Hall and Wa,ter Streets, and area graded with 
loam. 

State Aid Road 

Clinton Street was made a State Aid Road and has been 
built from Bow Line to east of Albin Road, or 2.40 miles. 

General 

All extra labor on all of the department activities was the 
so-called unemployed and citizens of Concord, and was ob- 
tained through the Department of Labor of the State of 
New Hampshire. 

To make a complete report of the activities of the Engi- 
neering Department would be too large in volume to print in 
this report. 



ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT 75 

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

Our records are kept on a card system which shows all 
receipts and expenditures. We would be pleased to show 
them to anyone interested. 

Work has been done for committees and departments 
when requested. All requests from citizens were granted 
when it was possible to do so. We are pleased to report that 
practically all of the work detailed to us has been completed, 
and that we have kept within the appropriation, and there 
are no outstanding claims. 

For the many courtesies extended me by His Honor Mayor 
John W. Storrs, the citizens, heads of departments, your 
board and for the loyalty of all employees, I wish to express 
my gratitude. 

Respectfully submitted, 

FRED W. LANG, 
Commissioner of Public Works. 



REPORT OF BOARD OF HYDRANT 
COMMISSIONERS 



Concord, N. H., December 31, 1934. 

To the Board of Mayor and Aldermen: 

Gentlemen: 

The twenty-ninth annual report of this Board for the year 
1934 is herewith submitted: 

During the year 11 new hydrants were installed as fol- 
lows: Chase Street, north side at No. 14; Chase Street, north 
side at end of pipe; Sewall's Falls Road, east side at Besse's; 
Sewalls Falls Road, east side at end of pipe; South Main 
Street, east side at Bartemus Driveway; Old Saw Mill Road, 
west side near tenement No. 93; Old Saw Mill Road, east 
side near Hopkinton Road; Hopkinton Road, south side at 
Frank Crowley's; Hopkinton Road, south side at Francis 
Crowley's; Hopkinton Road, south side near Harriet Kim- 
ball's; Hopkinton Road, south side at end of 8" pipe. 

Meetings were held on June 20, August 26 and September 
5, 1934. 

Respectfully submitted, 

W. T. HAPPNY, 
PERCY R. SANDERS, 
FRED W. LANG, 
Board of Hydrant Commissioners. 



REPORT OF THE BOARD OF EXAMINERS 
OF PLUMBERS 



Concord, N. H., December 31, ]934. 
To the Board of Public Works: 
Gentlemen: 

The thirty-fifth annual report of this Board is herewith 
submitted. 

The membership of the present Board is 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. 

No applications were received and no examinations were 
held. 

There are four classes of plumbers on the register, who 
have paid for 1934 licenses, and are listed as follows: 

Total number of registered masters, 5 

Total number of registered journeymen, 2 

Total number of examined masters, 29 

Total number of examined journeymen, 11 

Respectfully submitted, 
A. W. BROWN, 
WALTER C. ROWE, M.D., 
FRED W. LANG, 
Board of Examiners of Plumbers. 



REPORT OF BUILDING INSPECTOR 



Concord, N. H., December 31, 1934. 

To the Board of Public Works: 

Gentlemen: 

The eleventh annual report of your Building Inspector is 
herewith submitted: 

Number of building permits issued, 54 

Number of zoning permits issued, 53 

Number of buildings completed, 62 

Number of signs erected, 25 

This Department works in conjunction with the Zoning 
Board of Adjustment, and 29 cases were referred to them. 

For the courtesy extended me by His Honor Mayor John 
W. Storrs, your Board, the contractors, citizens and Zoning 
Board of Adjustment, I wish to express my appreciation. 
Respectfully submitted, 

FRED W. LANG, 
Commissioner of Public Works. 



REPORT OF THE LIBRARIAN FOR 1934 



To the Mayor and Board of Aldermen of the City of Concord: 

Gentlemen: In transmitting the final report of Miss 
Blanchard as Librarian of the Public Library, which briefly 
sets forth the condition of the Library and its work during 
the year 1934, it seems not inappropriate to add the words 
of a resolution by which the Trustees accepted her recent 
resignation, as follows: 

^^ Resolved, That the Trustees hereby accept the resigna- 
tion of Miss Grace Blanchard to take effect February 1st, 
1935, after forty years of service as Librarian of the Public 
Library; and that they take this action with much regret and 
with a profound sense of the significance of the event; 

"That, as Miss Blanchard was desired to accept this office 
upon the petition of a large number of the most substantial 
and representative people of Concord, so now she leaves it 
with the sincere regret of a still larger number of those citi- 
zens, and of a later generation, carrying with her, as the 
Trustees are convinced, their commendation of a high and 
useful educational work conspicuously well done." 
Respectfully submitted, 

WILLIAM W. FLINT, 
President of the Board. 



REPORT OF THE CITY LIBRARIAN FOR 1934 



To the Board of Trustees of the Concord Public Library: 

Gentlemen: "Feeling the pulse" of a Library is some- 
what like taking its circulation statistics; ours are given 
forthwith : 

Vols. 
Desk, 123,526 

Penacook Branch, 9,282 

West Concord, 2,350 

East Concord, 904 

Schools, 792 



136,854 



Not so much custom as in 1933; libraries everywhere say, 
"More employed, fewer readers." We have had, however, 
1,212 new borrowers; 6,424 inquirers have come to the 
Reference Room. 

Expenditures are always listened to with interest by a 
Governing Board; ours follow: 



Salaries, 


$5,972.50 


Books and periodicals 


1,617.74 


Binding, 


725.85 


Printing, 


121.65 


Fuel and light, 


873.22 


Incidentals, 


4,110.33 




$13,421.29 


We estimate our income thus: 




Rent from Battery Station, 


$840.00 


City appropriation. 


7,500.00 


Interest on funds. 


4,629.03 


Fine money. 


541.00 




$13,510.03 



PUBLIC LIBRARY 81 

You will see that we are again solvent; and that, despite 
the fact that our expense figures include the entire cost to 
date of the Boys and Girls House which opened October 1st. 
As you know, the Library owns the Nathaniel White prop- 
erty which has had as a free tenant for some years, the 
American Legion. Last spring the President of this Board 
favored carrying out my long-cherished plan; accordingly, 
that part of the old White residence which faces School 
Street was cleansed and fitted up to be the first institution 
of its kind in the state. What was the long parlor now has 
what a children's reading room should have, low tables, 
small chairs, wall-shelves filled with the right kinds of books, 
in bright bindings. Upstairs, two chambers, now sketchily 
furnished to be attractive to the young, can in future be used 
for many purposes, such as story hours, mothers' meetings, 
etc. Borrowers are children in the first six school-grades; 
how to accommodate them best, will be considered in settling 
the hours of opening. Mrs. Agnes D. C'lement was engaged 
as part-tune assistant to take charge of this Boys and Girls 
House. 

The year's net addition to the shelves is very meagre, for 
though we have bought 1,225 volumes, we have discarded 
950. 

Mr. Charles Saunders' bequest of about 850 books to the 
Penacook Branch has helped us to furnish reading to the 750 
customers in Ward 1 who crave and deserve more new pub- 
lications than we can afford. 

Miss Brown has developed our bulletin board to such an 
informative condition that almost every passer-by pauses to 
scan it. 

Over 5,000 reminder postals have been sent asking for the 
return of over-due books. 

During November and December, thanks to arrange- 
ments made, by the Library Commission, a federally paid 
helper was assigned us as a general assistant. 
Respectfully submitted, 

GRACE BLANCHARD, 

Librarian. 



REPORT OF THE CITY CLERK 



To the Board of Aldermen: 

The undersigned herewith presents an account of the 
amount received from fees, licenses and other sources for the 
year ending December 31, 1934. 

Mortgages, $330 . 00 

Conditional sales, 906 . 35 

Discharges, 65 . 25 

Writs, 12.50 

Assignment of wages, 6.00 

Marriage licenses, 498 . 00 

Certificates of record, 92 . 25 

Resident certificates, 69 . 50 

Total amount, city clerk fees, 

Theatre licenses, 

Job team and passenger carriages, 

Rent, Auditorium, 

Dog licenses. 

Comfort station, 

Junk licenses. 

Rent, Battery Station, 

Playgrounds, 

Recording pole petitions, 

Sale ordinances. 

Photostat income. 

Refund, insurance Auditorium, 

Gasoline discount. 

Sale map. 

Bounty hedgehogs. 

Sale of land, Mabel Robinson, 

Sale of land, J. T. Prowse, 



$1,979 


.85 


$889.00 


470 


.50 


2,117 


.00 


3,351 


.99 


127 


.59 


30 


.00 


840 


.00 


4 


.26 


1 


.20 




.50 


125 


.25 


20. 


.89 


17. 


.57 




.25 


4. 


20 


250. 


00 


125. 


00 



CITY CLERK 


S3 


Wallace land redemption, 


$ 16.00 


Sale of land, Morrill, 


300.00 


Sale of land, Corson, 


75.00 


Sale of land, Gorham, 


125.00 


Rent, Transient Camp, 


1.00 


Druggist permits. 


13.00 


Pool table and bowling alley licenses. 


403.00 


Refund Ai'mistice Day, 


2.55 


Circus license. 


50.00 


Filing fees, 


126.00 


Rent, Rifle Club, 


25 . 00 




$11,491.60 


Less dog license cash, January 12, 1935, 


691.42 




$10,800.18 


Deposited, City Treasurer, 


$10,800.18 


Cash on hand January 13, 1934, 


$125.54 


Motor vehicle permits, 1934, 


13,244.07 


Motor vehicle permits, 1935, 


15,653.89 



$29,023.50 
Less cash on hand, January 12, account of motor 

vehicles, 88 . 37 



$28,935.13 



Deposited, City Treasurer, $28,935. 13 

Respectfully submitted, 

ARTHUR E. ROBY, 

City Clerk. 

Concord, N. H., Jan. 24, 1935. 

We, the undersigned, hereby certify that we have audited 
the accounts of Arthur E. Roby, City Clerk, and find the 



84 CITY OF CONCORD v 

same correct and said amounts as stated have been deposited 
by him with City Treasurer, Carl H. Foster. 

GEORGE H. CORBETT, 
IRVING H. HAMMOND, 
C. L. CLARK, 
EDWARD B. HASKELL, 

Committee on Accounts and Claims. 

RELIEF GARDEN ACTIVITIES FOR 1934 



Appropriation, $500 . 00 

Expended : 
Supervisor : 



Salary and expenses. 




$277.50 




Clerical expenses. 




48.00 




Plowing, 




78.75 




Advertising, 




8.96 




Postage and cards, 




7.50 




Trucking, 




2.00 








$422.71 


Balance, 


$77.29 


Total number of gardens. 






220 


On land secured. 


108 






On own land. 


76 






Penacook gardens, 


36 







220 

Average cost per garden from appropriation, $1.92 plus. 

Most of the gardens were well taken care of and I am sure 
much benefit was derived from the fresh vegetables received 
from same. 



CITY CLERK 85 

A great many families canned vegetables which will help 
out during the winter months. 

I feel sure that the project was well worth while. 
I wish to thank the citizens of Concord, who by the dona- 
tion of land for garden plots aided greatly in the furtherance 
of said project. 

I wish to thank Mr. Raymond Tonkin, for his faithful 
services as supervisor, also the Extension Service at Durham, 
N. H., for their cooperation, seed, fertilizer, plants, and jars 
furnished, and the Board of Aldermen for making the project 
possible by the appropriation of five hundred dollars ($500). 
Respectfully submitted, 

ARTHUR E. ROBY, 

City Clerk. 



REPORT OF SEALER OF WEIGHTS AND MEASURES 



To His Hojior the Mayor and the Board of Aldermen: 

Your sealer kept a close supervision of the weighing and 
measuring devices in the City of Concord during the year 
January 1, 1934 to January 1, 1935. 

There were 967 scales tested, 596 of which were found 
correct and were sealed, 320 were adjusted before being 
sealed, 10 were confiscated, and 41 condemned for repairs. 
These were later reinspected and sealed. 

There were 1,520 weights tested, all of which were found 
correct and were sealed with the exception of 22, which were 
confiscated. 

Of the 25,267 liquid measures tested, 13 were adjusted 
before being sealed, 31 confiscated, and 6 condemned for 
repairs, while the remainder were found correct and were 
sealed. Thirty-one (31) dry measures were tested and 
found correct. 

There were 513 tests made of gasoline pumps with the 
following results: 326 were giving accurate measure and 
were sealed, 135 required adjustments before being sealed, 
52 were condemned for repairs and later reinspected and 
sealed. 

Seven (7) loads of coal in the process of delivery were 
reweighed, 3 of which were found over and two under 
weight. There were 3,876 packages reweighed, 33 of which 
were found over and 150 under weight, and 3,693 contained 
the amount indicated on the wrappers or containers. 

Fifty-one (51) cart bodies used in the delivery of wood 
were measured and found correct with the exception of 5, 
which were ordered rebuilt to conform to requirements. 

There were measured 6 tank wagons used in the delivery 
of gasoline and 6 meters on such vehicles were tested, 3 of 
which were found correct, 2 were adjusted, and 1 condemned 
for repairs. 



SEALER OF WEIGHTS AND MEASURES 87 

Miscellaneous inspections were made as follows: 1 cloth- 
measuring machine was found working accurately, 1 tape 
measure was confiscated, and 10 yardsticks were found 
correct. One hundred and eight (108) kegs of beer were 
inspected and conformed to requirements, although many 
of the seals were damaged, apparently in shipment. Four 
(4) piles of wood in the loose were measured, 2 w^ere found 
correct while 2 were short of the necessary amount. 

Your sealer has had the co-operation of merchants at all 
times and feels that the weighing and measuring equipment 
in the city is in reasonably good condition at the present 
time. 

Respectfully submitted, 

GEORGE A. DEARBORN, 
Sealer of Weights and Measures. 



REPORT OF THE CLERK OF THE MUNICIPAL 
COURT FOR 1934 



Receipts 
Received for fines, costs and sundry fees, S5,461 . 18 

Expenditures 

Paid for fees of officers, witnesses, 

and complaints and warrants, $193 . 60 

State of New Hampshire, Commis- 
sioner of Motor Vehicles, 3,125 . 40 
State of New Hampshire, Fish and 

Game Department, 115.50 

Clerk's bond, 5.00 

Postage, printing and supplies, 80 . 50 

Special justices, 75 . 00 

Counsel fees in juvenile cases, 120.00 

Probation officer, services and ex- 
penses, 180.00 
Balance paid City Treasurer, 1,566.18 



),461.18 



Respectfully submitted, 

JOHN W. STANLEY, 

Clerh. 



REPORT OF THE CITY SOLICITOR 



January 1, 1935. 
To the Board of Mayor and Aldermen: 

In accordance with the provisions of Section 3 of Chapter 
XI of the Revised Ordinances, I herein submit a report of 
my activities as City Sohcitor for the year 1934. 

The usual contracts, leases, resohitions and ordinances 
were prepared and the usual opinions furnished the Board of 
Mayor and Aldermen, special committees of the Board and 
department heads on any subject in connection with the 
ordinary conduct of municipal affairs. 

During the month of January, 1934, the applications to 
the Federal Emergency Administration of Public Works, 
already in preparation, were completed and were filed so 
far as was possible under the rules and regulations of the 
administration. 

The following civil cases mentioned in my report for the 
year 1933 have been settled : 

1. Maurice Fitzgerald vs. Roland Moran and the City of 
Concord. Settled for $150. 

2, Leon Trembly vs. The City of Concord and Milan R. 
Piper. Settled for $20. 

The following cases mentioned in my report for the year 
1933 are still pending: 

1. Ethel Blankenburg vs. The City of Concord. 

2. Bektash Real Estate Association vs. The City of 
Concord. 

3. W. Fred Lane vs. The City of Concord. 

4. Henry Bean vs. The City of Concord. 

Two new civil cases have been brought during the year: 

1. Clement Shettino vs. The City of Concord. A suit for 

injury alleged to have occurred on December 20, 1930, while 

the plaintiff was in the employ of the Water Board. The 



90 CITY OF CONCORD 

Water Department carries workmen's compensation insur- 
ance and the insurance company is defending this suit. 

2. Frank Truchon vs. The City of Concord. The suit is 
for injury said to have been occasioned to the property and 
health of the plaintiff and his family by the maintenance of 
a public nuisance consisting of a certain dump which gave 
forth an obnoxious stench. 

Two appeals have been taken from decisions of the Zoning 
Board of Adjustment by Nicholas Faretra, denying his 
petitions. These appeals take the form of an action by 
Faretra against the Zoning Board. 

In co-operation with the sanitary officer and milk in- 
spector four cases involving the adulteration of milk and 
misuse of milk containers were prosecuted. The respond- 
ents paid fines in each instance. 

Various prosecutions involving the taxi ordinance were 
successfully prosecuted in municipal court and two of the 
cases were appealed. Both were tried before a jury and 
found guilty. 

I wish to express my appreciation and thanks to former 
Mayor Brown, Mayor Storrs and members of the Board of 
Aldermen and the heads of all departments and their assist- 
ants for the courtesy shown me. 

Respectfully submitted, 

ROBERT J. KELLIHER, 

City Solicitor. 



HEALTH DEPARTMENT 

Report of the Sanitary Officer 



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

I have the honor to submit the following report on the 
health of Concord during 1934. 

During 1934 general health conditions in Concord were 
good. Deaths of true residents were less than in the year 
before, giving us a death rate, excluding institutional deaths 
of non-residents, of 12.9 per 1,000 persons as against 13.6 for 
the preceding year. In spite of our sharing in the epidemic 
of measles which swept the eastern seaboard, and in the 
regional prevalence of whooping-cough, the number of 
deaths of infants and of pre-school and school children was 
neither excessive nor unusual. Infant mortality was G2 per 
1,000 live births. 

Community protection against diphtheria was materially 
increased during the year by an immunization campaign in 
which 563 children less than five years old were treated with 
toxoid, while 1,048 children between the ages of 5 and 15 
years inclusive were treated with toxoid or toxin-antitoxin. 
For this campaign, which was carried out in co-operation 
with public and parochial school authorities, the services of 
six nurses were provided the city by an Emergency Relief 
Administration Project. The importance of protecting the 
pre-school child against diphtheria was literally brought 
home to mothers by systematic visiting by nurses, with the 
result that the percentage of protected pre-school children 
in the city was trebled. 

A communicable disease nurse was provided in this de- 
partment for the last twenty weeks of the year by another 
ERA project. Through a CWA and later yet another ERA 
project, the death records of the city for each census year 
since 1790 and for each year since 1910 were retabulated 



92 CITY OF CONCORD 

by modern methods, making it for the first time possible to 
determine the trend of age and cause specific death rates 
for true residents of Concord and providing a background 
both for comparison with other areas and for guidance of the 
pubUc health policy of the city. In co-operation with the 
State Department of Health and the United States Food 
and Drug Administration, a drive was made on adulterated 
edible oils which were being sold by bootleg methods to 
some of our grocers. The sanitation of a number of tene- 
ments was corrected by action of this department. In 
co-operation with the Concord Union School District and 
the New Hampshire Tuberculosis Association, a survey was 
made of the nutritional status of over 2,000 school children 
and tuberculosis tests arranged for 163 children found to be 
thin or known to have been exposed to tuberculosis. 

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 Gov- 
ernment, the schools and the several volunteer organizations 
interested in the public welfare and health. 

Respectfully submitted, 

TRAVIS P. BURROUGHS, M.D., C.P.H., 

Sanitary Officer. 
March 22, 1935. 



HEALTH DEPARTMENT 



93 



COMMUNICABLE DISEASES 

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













































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1 
5 




1 


2 
2 






4 

4 


1 


5 
3 




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3 






1 






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8 














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COMPARATIVE TABLE 

The following table contains the number of cases of 
communicable diseases and the deaths resulting therefrom 
for the year since and including 1924 : 



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94 CITY OF CONCORD 

SUMMARY 

Resident deaths, 568 

Non-iesidcnt deaths, 264 

Stillbirths, 8 
Burial permits issued for interment of bodies brought 

here, 98 

Transit permits issued for bodies sent away, 308 

Number of reports sent to State Board of Health, 52 
Number of reports sent to Surgeon General, Public 

Health and Marine Service, 52 

Number of nuisances, complaints investigated, 66 

Number of school buildings inspected, 17 

Number of boarding houses for children inspected, 15 

Number of parks and swimming pools inspected, 4 



HEALTH DEPARTMENT 95 

REPORT OF THE MILK INSPECTOR 

To the Honorable Mayo?- and Board of Health : 

Gentlemen: Herewith is submitted for your approval a 
summary of a report of the work done by the Milk Inspec- 
tion Division of the Board of Health during the year ending 
December 31, 1934. 

Laboratory: 

Total number of milk samples collected and an- 
alyzed, 1,192 

Total number of cream samples collected and an- 
alyzed, 87 

Total number of ice cream samples collected and 
analyzed, 51 

Total number of chocolate milk samples collected 
and analyzed, 72 

Total number of skim milk samples collected and 
analyzed, 3 

Total number of water samples collected and an- 
alyzed, 209 

Miscellaneous samples analyzed, 253 

Number of milk and cream samples brought to the 
laboratory, 8 

Milk itemized: 

Number of milk samples plated for total bacteria, 

above standard, 851 
Number of milk samples plated for total bacteria, 

below standard, 80 
Number of milk samples plated for B. coH, above 

standard, 764 
Number of milk samples plated for B. coli, below 

standard, 167 

Number of milk samples above butterfat standard, 718 

Number of milk samples below butterfat standard, 28 

Number of milk samples run for total solids, 432 

Number of milk samples run for temperature, 432 



96 CITY OF CONCORD 

Number of milk samples run for specific gravity, 432 
Number of milk samples run for sediment, 1,022 

Cream itemized: 

Number of cream samples plated for total bacteria, 

above standard, 30 

Number of cream samples plated for total bacteria, 

below standard, 26 

Number of cream samples plated for B. coli, above 

standard, 37 

Number of cream samples plated for B. coli, below 

standard, 19 

Number of cream samples run for butterfat, above 

standard, 72 

Number of cream samples run for butterfat, below 

standard, 8 

Chocolate milk iternized: 

Number of chocolate milk samples plated for total 

bacteria, above standard, 18 

Number of chocolate milk samples plated for total 

bacteria, below standard, 26 

Number of chocolate milk samples plated for B. 

coli, above standard, 20 

Number of chocolate milk samples plated for B. 

coli, below standard, 24 

Number of chocolate milk samples run for butterfat, 

above standard, 43 

Number of chocolate milk samples run for butterfat, 

below standard, 7 

Ice cream itemized: 

Number of ice cream samples plated for total bac- 
teria, above standard, 51 

Number of ice cream samples plated for total bac- 
teria, below standard. None 

Number of ice cream samples plated for B. coli, 
above standard, 47 



HEALTH DEPARTMENT 97 

Number of ice cream samples plated for B. coli, 

below standard, 4 

Number of ice cream samples run for butterfat, 

above standard, 49 

Number of ice cream samples run for butterfat, 

below standard, 2 

Number of bacteriological determinations made on 

clean milk bottles and cans, 76 



Field: 



Number of inspections made of dairies, 337 

Number of inspections made of milk plants, 297 
Number of inspections made of stores and eating 

places, 518 

Number of inspections made of milk trucks, 252 

Number of cans inspected, 723 

Number of bottles inspected, 864 

Number of bottles and cans condemned, 37 

Number of complaints investigated, 21 

Notices given to improve conditions, verbal, 112 

Notices given to improve conditions, written, 29 

Court convictions, 4 

Respectfully submitted, 

AUSTIN B. PRESBY, 

Inspector of Milk. 



REPORT OF THE PARK COMMISSIONERS 



To the Mayor and Board of Aldermen: 

Beyond the routine work, no great undertaking was 
started during 1934. The stone wall on the northern bound- 
ary of White Park was continued and this finished enclosing 
the park with fences and walls. All the provisions of the 
deed presenting the park to the city have now been fulfilled. 

The water fowl at White Park have so increased in num- 
bers that ducks to the amount of S20 were sold and the 
money turned over to the city treasurer. 

Franklin Hollis declined to continue as member of the 
Board and Robert J. Graves was appointed in his place. 

B. C. WHITE, 
ALPHEUS M. JOHNSON, 
W^ILL J. DREW, 
GARDNER G. EMMONS, 
CHARLES L. JACKMAN, 
ROBERT J. GRAVES, 

Com7mssioners. 



ASSESSORS' REPORT FOR 1934 



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 1924 to the present time, 
which shows the amount raised by direct taxation. 

Tabulations of Warrants Submitted for Assessment, 
Valuation of City and Precincts, with Rate for 
Each in 1934 



Warrant 



State 

County 

City Budget 

Schools 

*City Union 

tPenacook and Boscawen Union 

School $29,901.00 

Ward 1 

Boscawen 

Penacook share 

Boscawen share $8,860.70 

City Sewer Bonds 

Total for city 

Average tax rate for city 



Amounts of 
Warrants 



$85,904.00 

76,922.87 

390,339.00 



21,040.30 
13,350.00 



B2.67 



Tax Rate 
per $1,000 



$2.70 

2.41 

11.85 



10.43 



Assessed 

Valuation of City 

and Precincts 



(2,082,956.00) 
( 869,485.00) 



$31,969,987.00 
31,969,987.00 
31,969,987.00 

29,897,401.00 

2,952,441.00 



.96 + 



23,900,544.00 



* Includes property located in Loudon, 
t Includes property located in Canterbury. 



Exemptions for Soldiers and Sailors: 




On property. 


$254,930.00 


On polls. 1,319, 


2,638.00 


Rate of taxation per $1,000: 




Full Rate, 


$29.98 


No Sewer Bond Rate, 


29.42 


Penacook Rate, 


27.39 



100 



CITY or CONCORD 



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 


1931 


1932 


1933 


1934 




642 

37 

2,083 

104 



36 

3 

33 

1,102 

143 

4 

46 

9 



100 


721 

47 

2,131 



109 

36 

3 



1,041 

162 

10 

58 

17 

15 

150 


720 

47 

2,179 



109 

36 

3 



1,093 

127 

10 

46 

17 

7 

150 


794 




45 


C — Concord & Montreal 


2,188 



D — Manchester & Lawrence .... 
Concord & Portsmouth 


102 

36 

3 









1,170 




177 




10 


Suncook Valley 

Wilton 


58 
17 




7 


Portland & Ogdensburg 


100 




4,342 


4,500 


4.544 


4,707 





No. 


Valuation 


Improved and unimproved land and 




buildings, 




$27,728,836 


Electric plants, 




1,719,350 


Buildings on leased land, 




47,325 


Horses, 


329 


25,650 


Asses and mules. 


4 


200 


Oxen, 


2 


150 


Cows, 


1,304 


64,339 


Neat, 


310 


8,375 


Sheep, 


79 


499 


Hogs, 


78 


1,100 


Fowls, 


16,478 


12,676 


Fur-bearing animals. 


29 


710 


Vehicles, 




3,000 


Portable mills. 




100 


Boats and launches. 




2,100 


Wood and lumber, 




1,150 


Gas tanks and pumps, 




24,860 


Stock in trade. 




1,846,206 


Machinery, 




483,361 


Total, 


$31,969,987 



assessor's report 101 

Polls, Valuation, and Taxes Assessed 

The number of polls, and the tax assessed on polls and 
on the real and personal estate of Concord since 1924. 



Year 


Polls 


Soldiers 


Valuation 


Tax 


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 


1,233 


33,155,968 


1,068,152.51 


1932, 


12,812 


1,278 


32,585,968 


983,638.74 


1933, 


13,092 


1,325 


31,676,008 


957,889.64 


1934, 


13,523 


1,319 


31,969,987 


981,805.50 



102 city of concord 

List of Polls, Valuations, and Tax Assessed in 
1933 and 1934 

Total warrants submitted to tax collector: 

In 1933— Resident tax list, §925,143 . 19 

Non-resident tax list, 568 . 08 

Polls, 26,184.00 

Bank stock, 5,994.37 



Total, S957,889 . 64 

In 1934— Resident tax list, $948,058.69 

Non-resident tax list, 539 . 44 

Polls, 27,046.00 

Bank stock, 6,161.37 



Total, ,'$981,805.50 

Number of deeds recorded: 

January 1 to December 31, 1934, 393 

Number of building permits issued for past year: 
For garages, 31 

new buildings, 23 

remodelings, 53 

Total, 107 

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 Association 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 



To the Board of Aldermen: 

The undersigned hereby submits the report of the Col- 
lector of Taxes to the close of business, December 31, 1934. 



Resident list, 
Poll tax lists, 
Non-resident list, 
Bank stock, 



Tax Levy for 1929 

$955,460.87 

25,310.00 

783.24 

5,829.37 



Additions and corrections. 
Interest, 

Costs, 

Cash paid Treasurer, 
Abatements, 
Discount, 
Uncollected, 



$987,383.48 

1,223.32 

4,464.94 

801.75 

$968,930.57 

16,921.50 

5,246.14 

2,775.28 



,873.49 



$993,873.49 



Resident list. 
Poll tax lists. 
Non-resident list, 
Bank stock. 



Tax Levy for 1930 

$1,045,565.20 

25,726.00 

825.94 

5,836.37 



Additions and corrections. 

Interest, 

Costs, 



,077,953.51 

2,725.16 

5,167.28 

984 . 05 



$1,086,830.00 



104 



CITY OF CONCORD 



Cash paid Treasurer, 


$1,008,592.63 




Abatements, 


13,959.35 




Uncollected, 


4,278.02 


$1,086,830.00 






Tax Levy for 1931 




Resident list, 


$1,035,791.06 




Poll tax lists, 


25,852.00 




Non-resident list. 


728.08 




Bank stock, 


5,781.37 






$1,068,152.51 




Additions and corrections, 


1,008.56 




Interest, 


6,561.22 




Costs, 


1,450.26 


$1,077,172.55 






Cash paid Treasurer, 


$1,052,613.31 




Abatements, 


17,102.99 




Uncollected, 


7,456.25 


$1,077,172.55 






Tax Levy for 1932 




Resident list, 


$951,465.98 




Poll tax lists, 


25,624.00 




Non-resident list, 


665.39 




Bank stock. 


5,883.37 






$983,638.74 




Additions and corrections. 


952.10 




Interest, 


7,031.87 




Costs, 


1,744.55 


$993,367 . 26 






Cash paid Treasurer, 


$970,220.22 




Discount, 


2,617.09 




Abatements, 


13,307.31 




Uncollected, 


7,222.64 


$993,367.26 



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



tax collector s report 

Tax Levy for 1933 

$925,143.19 

20,184.00 

568.08 

5,994 . 37 

887.81 



105 



Additions and corrections. 

Interest, 

Costs, 

Cash paid Treasurer, 
Discount, 
Abatements, 
Uncollected, 



$958,777.45 
1,886.78 
9,285.10 
1,553.71 

$950,105.61 
5,190.49 
7,961.06 

8,245.88 



Resident list. 
Poll tax list. 
Non-resident list. 
Bank stock, 



Tax Levy for 1934 

$948,058.69 

27,046.00 

539.44 

6,161.37 



Additions and corrections, 

Interest, 

Costs, 

Cash paid Treasurer, 
Abatements, 
Cash on hand, 
Uncollected, 



$981,805.50 

2,075.42 

114.62 

369 . 20 

$753,941.55 

2,307.15 

306.35 

227,809.69 



$971,503.04 



$971,503.04 



$984,364 . 74 



$984,364.74 



106 



CITY OF CONCORD 



Taxes sold the City of Concord et ah in the 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 







52,117.50 



},117.50 



1924 



Resident list. 


$3,663.55 


Paid Treasurer, 


$4,099.71 


Non-resident list. 


7.32 


Paid Reg. of Deeds, 


10.00 


Interest, 


487.40 


Deeded, 


64.97 


Expense, 


16.60 


Cancelled by C. G., 


14.31 


Fees, 


20.00 


Unredeemed, 


5.88 



1,194.87 



1,194.87 



1925 



Resident list. 


$1,638.91 


Paid Treasurer, i 


^, 695. 23 


Non-resident list, 


15.69 


Paid Reg. of Deeds, 


9.75 


Interest, 


117.16 


Deeded, 


4.90 


Expense, 


14.80 


Cancelled by C. G., 


96.68 


Fees, 


20.50 


To 1930, paid by city, 


.50 



$1,807.06 



$1,807.06 



1926 



Resident list. 


$4,368.17 


Paid Treasurer, 


$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 



1,656.54 



1,656.54 



TAX COLLECTOR S REPORT 



107 



1927 



Resident list, 


$10,749.56 


Paid Treasurer (last 




Interest (last report), 


1,473.29 


report), 


$11,885.75 


Interest, 1934, 


72.05 


Paid Treasurer, 1934, 


180.23 


Expense (last report), 


9.55 


Paid Reg. of Deeds 




Expense, 1934, 


.68 


(last report). 


16.75 


Fees (last report). 


33.75 


Paid Reg. of Deeds, 




Fees, 1934, 


1.00 


1934, 


.50 






Held in reserve. 


.25 






Cancelled by C. G., 


67.05 






Deeded, 


37.34 






Abated, 


3.50 






Unredeemed, 


148.51 




$12,339.88 


$12,339.88 



1928 



Resident list. 


$2,409.23 


Paid Treasurer (last 




Interest (last report). 


72.80 


report). 


$2,184.88 


Interest, 1934, 


113.20 


Paid Treasurer, 1934, 


294.38 


Expense (last report). 


9.10 


Paid Reg. of Deeds 




Expense, 1934, 


1.40 


(last report). 


10.00 


Fees (last report), 


20.00 


Paid Reg. of Deeds, 




Fees, 1934, 


1.50 


1934, 


.75 






Unredeemed, 


137.22 



2,627.23 



2,627.23 



1929 



Resident list, 


$5,406.76 


Paid Treasurer (last 




Interest (last report). 


199.66 


report), 


$5,380.37 


Interest, 1934, 


20.84 


Paid Treasurer, 1934, 


59.89 


Expense (last report), 


28.70 


Paid Reg. of Deeds 




Expense, 1934, 


1.40 


(last report). 


12.00 


Fees (last report), 


24.25 


Paid Reg. of Deeds, 




Fees, 1934, 


2.00 


1934, 


1.00 






Held in reserve. 


.25 






Cancelled by C. G., 


23.63 






Abated, 


105.88 






Unredeemed, 


100.59 



5,683.61 



$5,683.61 



108 



CITY OF CONCORD 



1930 



Resident list. 


$9,079.78 


Paid Treasurer (last 




Interest (last rejjort). 


502.68 


report), 


$8,956.24 


Interest, 1934, 


17.59 


Paid Treasurer, 1934, 


45.59 


Expense (last report). 


39.20 


Paid Reg. of Deeds 




Expense, 1934, 


.70 


(last report), 


17.00 


Fees (last report). 


34.00 


Paid Reg. of Deeds, 




Fees, 1934, 


1.50 


1934, 


.75 






Redeemed by Grover, 


20.68 






Deeded, 


239.86 






Unredeemed, 


395.33 



),675.45 



),675.45 



1931 



Resident list. 




$24,339.75 


Paid Treasurer (last 




Interest (last repor 


t), 


1,149.54 


report). 


$19,531.10 


Interest, 1934, 




962.43 


Paid Treasiu-er, 1934, 


5,190.48 


Expense (last repoi 


:-t), 


88.10 


Paid Reg. of Deeds 




Expense, 1934, 




21.75 


(last report), 


36 . 50 


Fees (last report). 




73.00 


Paid Reg. of Deeds, 




Fees, 1934, 




16.00 


1934, 
Abated (last report). 
Abated, 1934, 
Unredeemed, 


8.00 

28.74 

31.57 

1,824.18 




$26,650.57 


$26,650.57 



Resident list. 
Interest (last report), 
Interest, 1934, 
Expense (last report), 
Expense, 1934, 
Fees (last report). 
Fees, 1934, 



1932 
129,769.41 Paid Treasurer (last 



165.28 


report), 




$12,537.76 


1,370.19 


Paid Treasurer 


, 1934, 


12,971.91 


30.97 


Paid Reg. of 


Deeds 




74.44 


(last report), 




27.00 


54.00 


Paid Reg. of 


Deeds, 




63.50 


1934, 




31.75 




Abated, 




52.06 




Deeded, 




138.04 




Uru-edeemed, 




5,769.27 


$31,527.79 


$31,527.79 





TAX COLLECTOR S REPORT 


109 




1933 




Resident list, 


$22,956.84 


Paid Treasm-er, 


$8,467.85 


Interest, 


85.20 


Paid Reg. of Deeds, 


16.00 


Expense, 


19.75 


Abated, 


60.28 


Fees, 


32.00 


Unredeemed, 


14,549.66 




$23,093.79 


$23,093.79 




1912 




Received on tax. 


$18.54 


Paid Treasurer, 


$38.81 


Interest, 


20.02 


Paid Reg. of Deeds, 


.25 


Fees, 


.50 







$39.06 



$39.06 



1913 



Received on 

Interest, 

Fees, 


tax. 




$17.93 

7.07 

.25 


Paid Treasurer, 
Paid Reg. of Deeds, 


$25.00 
.25 






$25.25 


$25.25 








Reimbursements 




1914 Taxes p 

City, 
Interest, 


■aid by 
paid 

paid 
paid 




$14.42 
10.58 


Paid Treasurer, 

Paid Treasurer, 
Paid Reg. of Deeds, 

Paid Treasurer, 

Paid Treasurer, 


$25.00 


1927 Taxes 

City, 
Interest, 
Fees, 


by 

by 

by 


$25.00 

$2.83 

3.25 

.50 


$25.00 

$6.33 

.25 


1928 Taxes 

City, 
Interest, 


$6.58 

$156.20 
35.54 


$6.58 
$191.74 


1929 Taxes 

City, 
Interest, 


$191.74 

$54.31 
71.73 


$191.74 
$126.04 



$126.04 



$126.04 



110 



CITY OF CONCORD 



1930 Taxes 


paid 


by 




Paid Treasurer, 


$220.49 


City, 






$92.74 


Paid Reg. of Deeds, 


.25 


Interest, 






127.50 






Fee, 




- 


.50 








S220.74 


$220.74 


1931 Taxes 


paid 


by 




Paid Treasurer, 


$496.08 


City, 






$468.73 






Interest, 




- 


27.35 








$496.08 


$496.08 


1932 Taxes 


paid 


by 




Paid Treasurer, 


$4,070.93 


City, 






$3,599.80 


Paid Reg. of Deeds, 


2.75 


Interest, 






468.38 






Fees, 




- 


5.50 








$4,073.68 


$4,073.68 


1933 Taxes 


paid 


by 




Paid Treasurer, 


$954.09 


City, 






$884.51 


Paid Reg. of Deeds, 


.25 


Interest, 






69.33 






Fee, 






.50 







$954.34 



$954.34 



Respectfully sul:)mitted, 

AMOS B. MORRISON, 

Collector. 



REPORT OF TRUSTEES OF TRUST FUNDS 

HARRY H. DUDLEY, ] 
BURNS P. HODGMAN, }■ Trustees. 
CARL H. FOSTER, J 



Receipts 
1934 
Jan. 1 To balance from 1933, $7,861.31 

Dec. 31, Income, Harper Allen, trust, 2.13 

Henry Burleigh, trust, 5.10 

William E. Chandler, trust, 12.75 

William M. Chase, trust, 12.75 

Calvin P. Couch, trust, 3 . 53 

Jacob C. Dunklee, trust, 8.50 

Samuel C. Eastman, trust, 35.00 

Seth Eastman, trust, 5.63 

Sarah E. Farrand, trust, 8.50 

George Fogg, trust, 4.00 

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, 4.45 

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 . 25 

Myra F. Morey, trust, 4 . 25 

Charles W . Morse, trust, 4.25 

Lucy M. Roach, trust, 2.13 

Charles E. Scorer, trust, 4.25 

Antonio J. Sousa, trust, 2.13 

Hiram B. Tebbetts, trust, 5.95 

Frank Watson, trust, 4.26 
Blossom Hill Cemetery Fund, 1,832 . 69 



112 CITY OF CONCORD 

Horse Hill Cemetery Fund, $ . 45 
Maple Grove Cemetery Fund, 37.36 
Millville Cemetery Fund, 76. 18 
Pine Grove Cemetery Fund, 17.28 
Old North Cemetery Fund, 24 . 99 
Soucook Cemetery Fund, 3.31 
Woodlawn Cemetery Fund, 10.60 
John H. Albin Cemetery Trust, 9 . 00 
Charlotte Merrill, trust, 45 . 00 
Minot Enclosure, trust, 90.00 
J. Eastman Pecker, trust, 22.00 
K. P. and Douglas Rollins, trust, 45.33 
Countess of Rumford, trust, 65.00 
Abial Walker, trust, 30 . 00 
Ida B. Fosgate, trust, 5.50 
Isaac L. Heath, trust, 3.00 
Margaret A . Howe, trust, 6 . 00 
Cornelia S. Parmenter, trust, 2.00 
William M. Chase, trust, 42 . 50 
P. B. Cogswell, trust, 72.66 
Samuel Eastman, trust, 219.07 
Samuel Eastman, trust, 1,321.81 
Joseph Hazeltine, trust, 106 . 74 
Benjamin A. Kimball, trust, 2,250 . 00 
Henry A. Kimball, trust, 475 . 00 
Seth K. Jones, trust, 12.00 
Seth K. Jones, trust, 22.24 
G. Parker Lyon, trust, 37.49 
Franklin Pierce, trust, 32.50 
Thomas G. Valpey, trust, 18.74 
David Osgood, trust, 25 . 00 
Fred E. Emerton (C. R. Corn- 
ing trust), 259.37 
Interest, trust funds, Merrimack County Savings 

Bank, ^ 1,415.04 

Interest, trust funds. Loan & Trust Savings Bank, 1,556 . 58 
Interest, trust funds. New Hampshire Savings 

Bank, 1,139.57 



TRUSTEES OF TRUST FUNDS 113 

Interest, trust funds, Union Trust Company, $ 1 ,635 . 39 

Interest, unexpended balance, cemetery trust 

funds, 261.49 

From unexpended income, sundry trust funds, 521 . 53 



$21,797.53 

Expenditures 
1934 
Dee. 31, By paid — 

Mary E. Bourne, account labor, trust 

lot. Calvary Cemetery, $1.50 

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

labor, trust lots, Calvary Cemetery, 364 . 50 

H. H. Dudley, treasurer, account 

Minot Enclosure, 90 . 00 

Fred E. Emerton, income C. R. Corn- 
ing trust, 259.37 

Martha J. Nelson, treasurer, income 

Countess of Rumford trust, 65 . 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, 4,489 . 79 

City Treasurer, account of income 
sundry trust funds, to reimburse city 
for money advanced for care of lots 
in Horse Hill Cemetery, 17.50 

City Treasurer, account of income 
sundry trust funds, to reimburse 
city for money advanced for care of 
lots in Maple Grove Cemetery, 208 . 70 

City Treasurer, account of income 
sundry trust funds, to reimburse 
city for money advanced for care of 
lots in Millville Cemetery, 1 18 . 75 



114 CITY OF CONCORD 

City Treasurer, account of income 
sundry trust funds, to reimburse city 
for money advanced for care of lots 
in Old Fort Cemetery, $ 1 1 . 00 

City Treasurer, account of income 
sundry trust funds, to reimburse city 
for money advanced for care of lots 
in Old North Cemetery, 436 . 75 

City Treasurer, account of income 
sundry trust funds, to reimburse city 
for money advanced for care of lots 
in Pine Grove Cemetery, 304 . 87 

City Treasurer, account of income 
sundry trust funds, to reimburse city 
for money advanced for care of lots 
in Soucook Cemetery, 24 . 80 

City Treasurer, account of income 
sundry trust funds, to reimburse city 
for money advanced for care of lots 
in Woodlawn Cemetery, 841 . 75 

City Treasurer, income, William M. 

Chase, trust, 42.50 

City Treasurer, income, P. B. Cogs- 
well, trust, 72.66 

City Treasurer, income, Samuel C. 

Eastman, trust, 219.07 

City Treasurer, income, Samuel C. 

Eastman, trust, 1,321.81 

City Treasurer, income, Joseph Hazel- 
tine, trust, 106.74 

City Treasurer, income, Benjamin A. 

Kimball, trust, 2,250.00 

City Treasurer, income, Henry A. 

Kimball, trust, 475 . 00 

City Treasurer, income, Seth K. Jones, 

trust, 22.24 

City Treasurer, income, G. Parker 

Lyon, trust, 37 . 49 



TRUSTEES OF TRUST FUNDS 115 



City Treasurer, income, Franklin 




Pierce, trust. 


m2 . 50 


City Treasurer, income, K. P. and 




Douglas Rollins, trust. 


45.33 


City Treasurer, income, Thomas G. 




Valpey, trust. 


18.74 


City Treasurer, income, Abial Walker, 




trust, 


30.00 


City Treasurer, income, Blossom Hill 




Cemetery, 


1,832.69 


City Treasurer, income, Horse Hill 




Cemetery, 


.45 


City Treasurer, income. Maple Grove 




Cemetery, 


37.36 


City Treasurer, income, Millville 




Cemetery, 


76.18 


City Treasurer, income. Pine Grove 




Cemetery, 


17.28 


City Treasurer, income, Old North 




Cemetery, 


24.99 


City Treasurer, income, Soucook Cem- 




etery, 


3.31 


City Treasurer, income, Woodlawn 




Cemetery, 


10.60 


City Treasurer, unexpended income. 




sundry trust funds. 


521.53 


By balance, 


7,339.78 


$21,797.53 



TRUST FUNDS 



BLOSSOM HILL CEMETERY 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 or- 
namentation of Blossom Hill Cemetery. 

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

Received from one-third sale of lots, 

1934, 961.27 

Received from income of fund, 1934, 1,832 . 69 

$58,980.46 

Credited to city of Concord, general 

account, $1,832.69 

Amount of capital, January 1, 1935, 57,147 . 77 

58,980.46 

Deposited in Loan and Trust Savings 

Bank, $10,250.00 

Deposited in Merrimack County 

Savings Bank, 13,383.26 

Deposited in New Hampshire Sav- 
ings Bank, 17,187.67 

Deposited in Union Trust Company, 16,326 . 84 

57,147.77 

$340.00 balance of special dividend withdrawn from New 
Hampshire Savings Bank and credited to city of Concord, 
general account. 

$100.00 accrued income, Mary J. Marshall Trust, cred- 
ited to city of Concord, general account. 



HORSE HILL CEMETERY FUND 

This fund is increased each year 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 Horse Hill Cemetery. 

Amount of capital, January 1, 1934, $13.34 
Received from income of fund, .45 

$13.79 



TRUST FUNDS 117 

Credited to city of Concord, general 

account, 1 . 45 

Amount of capital, January 1, 1935, 13.34 

$13.79 



Deposited in Union Trust Company, 13.34 



MAPLE GROVE CEMETERY FUND 

This fund is increased each year by the addition of one-third the amount received 
from the sale of lots. The income to be used for the care, protection and ornamenta- 
tion of Maple Grove Cemetery. 

Amount of capital, January 1, 1934, $1,246 . 78 
Received from one-third sale of lots, 

1934, 46.67 

Received from income of fund, 1934, 37.36 

$1,330.81 

Credited city of Concord, general ac- 
count, $37 . 36 

Amount of capital, January 1, 1935, 1,293 . 45 

1,330.81 

Deposited in Merrimack County 

Savings Bank, 1,293.45 



MILLVILLE CEMETERY FUND 

This fund originated, and is pro\aded for, by voluntary contributions of interested 
parties and by the addition of one-third the amount received from the sale of lots. 
Income devoted to the care, protection and ornamentation of Millville Cemetery. 

Amount of capital, January 1, 1934, $2,377 . 16 
Received from one-third sale of lot, 25 . 00 

Received from income of fund, 1934, 76 . 18 

$2,478.34 



Credited city of Concord, general 

account, $76 . 18 

Amount of capital, January 1, 1935, 2,402 . 16 



2,478.34 



Deposited in Loan & Trust Savings 

Bank, $872.59 

Deposited in Merrimack County 

Savings Bank, 1,529 . 57 



2,402.16 



118 CITY OF CONCORD 

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 devoted to the care, protection and ornamentation of 
Pine Grove Cemetery. 

Amount of capital, January 1, 1934, 
Received from income of fund, 1934, 



Credited city of Concord, general 

account. 
Amount of capital, January 1, 1934, 



S519. 


51 


17. 


,28 


S17 


.28 


519 


.51 



$536.79 



536.79 



Deposited in New Hampshire Sav- 
ings Bank, 519.51 

$57.16 special dividend withdrawn from New Hampshire 
Savings Bank and credited city of Concord, general ac- 
count. 

OLD NORTH 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 
Old North Cemetery. 

Amount of capital, January 1, 1934, $833 . 00 
Income received, 1934, 24 . 99 

$857.99 

Credited city of Concord, general 

account, $24 . 99 

Amount of capital, January 1, 1935, 833 . 00 

857.99 

Deposited in Merrimack County 

Savings Bank, 833 . 00 

SOUCOOK 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 
Soucook Cemetery. 

Amount of capital, January 1, 1934, $93 . 32 

Received from one-third sale of lots, 8 . 34 

Received from income of fund, 1934, 3.31 

$104.97 



TRUST FUNDS 119 

Credited city of Concord, general 

account, $3.31 

Amount of capital, January 1, 1935, 101 . 66 

$104.97 

Deposited in Loan & Trust Savings 

Bank, 101.66 

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 capital, January 1, 1934, $355 . 74 

Received from one-third sale of lot, 16 . 67 

Received from income of fund, 1934, 10 . 60 

$383.01 



Credited city of Concord, general 

account, $10.60 

Amount or capital, January 1, 1935, 372 . 41 

383.01 

Deposited in Merrimack County 

Savings Bank, 372.41 

CEMETERY FUND FOR THE PURPOSE OF IMPROVING AND 

ORNAMENTING CEMETERY GROUNDS 

Created under resolution of Board of Aldermen, March 9, 1925. 

Capital, January 1, 1934, $1,822 . 59 

Received from one-third sale of lots, 

1934, 1,057.94 

Income received, 1934, 51 . 94 

$2,932.47 

Capital, January 1, 1935, $2,932 . 47 

2,932.47 

Deposited in Merrimack County 

Savings Bank, 2,932.47 

BLOSSOM HILL CEMETERY SECTION I, ANNEX 
Income to be used for care of inexpensive single graves and common ground. 

Capital, $90.00 

Income received, 1934, .84 

$90.84 

Capital and income deposited in 

Union Trust Company, 90 . 84 



120 CITY OF CONCORD 

JOHN H. ALBIN CEMETERY TRUST 

Income to be devoted to the preservation and care of lot in Blossom Hill Cemetery, 
and also for the furnishing of suitable floral decorations during the appropriate seasons 
of the year. 

Capital, $300 . 00 
Balance, income, January 1, 1934, $6 . 24 
Income received, 1934, 10.71 

16.95 



Paid Carl H. Foster, City Treasurer, S9 . 00 

Income on hand, January 1, 1935, 7 . 95 



16.95 

Capital and income deposited in 

Union Trust Company, 307 . 95 



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 properly 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 deface- 
ment. The balance of the income, if any, is to be appropriated for the purpose of 
beautifying said cemetery. 

Capital, $1,000.00 

Balance, income, January 1, 1934, $74 . 39 

Income received, 1934, 32 . 22 

106.61 



Paid Carl H . Foster, City Treasurer, $45.00 

Balance on hand, January 1, 1935, 61 . 61 



106.61 

Capital and income deposited in New 

Hampshire Savings Bank, 1,061 . 61 



MINOT ENCLOSURE CEMETERY TRUST 

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

Capital, $3,000.00 

Income received, 1934, 90 . 00 

Paid H. H. Dudley, Treasurer, 90 . 00 

Deposited in New Hampshire Savings Bank, 3,000 . 00 



TRUST FUNDS 121 

JONATHAN EASTMAN PECKER CEMETERY TRUST 

Income to be used as follows: So much of income as is necessary to be used for the 
oare 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 lots and monument, to be expended under the direction of the mayor for the gen- 
eral care and improvement of Pine Grove Cemetery, East Concord. 

Capital, January 1 , 1934, $9,765 . 62 

Income received, 1934, 304 . 95 

$10,070.57 



Paid Carl H. Foster, City Treasurer, $22 . 00 

Capital, January 1, 1935, 10,048.57 



10,070.57 



Deposited in Loan & Trust Savings 

Bank, $2,403.38 

Deposited in Merrimack County 

Savings Bank, 4,144.00 

Deposited in New Hampshire Sav- 
ings Bank, 3,501.19 



Capital, 10,048.57 

IDA B. FOSGATE FLOWER TRUST 
Income to be expended for flowers on Lot No. 39 Block S, Blossom Hill Cemetery. 

Capital, $100.00 

Balance, income, January 1, 1934, $5.05 

Income received, 1934, 3 . 67 

8.72 



Paid Carl H. Foster, City Treasurer, $5 . 50 

Income on hand, January 1, 1935, 3.22 



8.72 

Capital and income deposited in Un- 
ion Trust Company, 103 . 22 

ISAAC L. HEATH FLOWER TRUST 
Income to be expended for flowers on Lot No. 67 Block V, Blossom Hill Cemetery. 

Capital, $100.00 

Balance, income, January 1, 1934, $.94 

Income received, 1934, 3.50 

4.44 



122 CITY OF CONCORD 

Paid Carl H. Foster, City Treasurer, $3 . 00 

Income on hand, January 1, 1935, 1 . 44 

$4.44 

Capital and income deposited in 

Union Trust Company, 101.44 

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

Capital, S200 . 00 

Balance, income, Januar}^ 1, 1934, $4 . 08 

Income received, 1934, 7 . 14 

11.22 



Paid Carl H. Foster, City Treasurer, $6 . 00 

Income on hand, January 1, 1935, 5 . 22 



11.22 



Capital and income deposited in 

Union Trust Company, 205 . 22 

CORNELIA S. PARMENTER FLOWER TRUST 
Income to be expended for flowers on Lot No. 201, Old Part Woodlawn Cemetery. 

Capital, $50.00 

Balance, income, January 1, 1934, $.69 

Income received, 1934, 1.75 

2.44 



Paid Carl H. Foster, City Treasurer, $2 . 00 

Income on hand, January 1, 1935, .44 



2.44 



Capital and income deposited in 

Union Trust Company, 50 . 44 

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 monument 
on his lot in Blossom Hill Cemetery. 

Accumulations to January 1, 1934, $1,125.26 
From Seth K. Jones trust, 6 . 00 

Income received, 1934, 39 . 27 

$1,170.53 

Deposited in Loan & Trust Savings 

Bank, 1,170.53 



TRUST FUNDS 123 

DAVID OSGOOD TRUST 
Income to be used for the purchase of school books for poor children. 

Capital, $200.00 

Balance, income, January 1, 1934, $409.28 

Income received, 1934, 20.31 

429 . 59 



Paid Rev. A. A. Sylvestre, Treasurer, $25 . 00 
Income on hand, January 1, 1935, 404.59 

429 . 59 

Capital deposited in New Hampshire 

Savings Bank, 200.00 

Income deposited in Union Trust 

Company, 404 . 59 

KATHERINE P. AND DOUGLAS ROLLINS TRUST 
Income to be used for the care of the West Garden. 

Capital, $1,511.25 

Income received, 1934, $45.33 

Paid Carl H. Foster, City Treasurer, 45 . 33 

Deposited in Merrimack County 

Savings Bank, 1,511.25 

COUNTESS OF RUMFORD TRUST 

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

Capital, $2,000.00 

Income received, 1934, $65.00 

Paid Martha J. Nelson, Treasurer 

of the Society, 65.00 

Deposited in New Hampshire Sav- 
ings Bank, 1,000.00 

Deposited in Union Trust Company, 1,000 . 00 

ABIAL WALKER TRUST 
For the benefit of the School Fund. 

Capital, $1,000.00 

Income received, 1934, $30 . 00 

Paid Carl H. Foster, City Treasurer, 30.00 

Deposited in Merrimack County 

Savings Bank, 1,000.00 



124 CITY OF CONCORD 

WILLIAM M. CHASE PUBLIC LIBRARY TRUST 

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

Capital, $1,000.00 

Income received, 1934, $42.50 

Paid Carl H . Foster, City Treasurer, 42 . 50 

Invested in Treasury 4^-3M 1943- 
'45 bonds, 

COGSWELL COLLECTION OF THE PUBLIC LIBRARY 

Request 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, 1934, $72.66 

Paid Carl H. Foster, City Treasurer, 72 . 66 

Deposited in Loan and Trust Sav- 
ings Bank, 145 . 00 
Deposited in New Hampshire Sav- 
ings 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 the Public 
Library. 

Capital, $1,524.14 

Income received, 1934, $219.07 

Paid Carl H. Foster, City Treasurer, ^ 219.07 
Invested in 160 shares United Gas & 

Improvement Co. (common), 
Invested in 4 shares United Gas & 

Improvement Co. (pfd.). 
Deposited in Union Trust Company, 202 . 64 



1,321.50 



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

Capital, $32,869.64 

Income received, 1934, $1,321 . 81 

Paid Carl H. Foster, City Treasurer, 1,321 . 81 



TRUST FUNDS 125 

Invested in $5,700 First Liberty 

Bonds, $4,914.20 

Invested in $13,500 Fourth Liberty 

Bonds, 12,376.00 

Invested in $3,000 Treas. 43^% 

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 HAZELTINE PUBLIC LIBRARY TRUST 
Annual income to be expended in the purchase of high-class literature. 

Capital, $3,312.60 
Income received, 1934, $106.74 
Paid Carl H . Foster, City Treasurer, 106 . 74 

Deposited in Loan & Trust Savings Bank, 1,312 . 60 

Deposited in Merrimack County Savings Bank, 1,000 . 00 

Deposited in New Hampshire Savings Bank, 1,000 . 00 

BENJAMIN A. KIMBALL, PUBLIC LIBRARY TRUST 

Income received, 1934, $2,250 . 00 

Paid Carl H. Foster, City Treasurer, 2,250 . 00 

HENRY A. KIMBALL PUBLIC LIBRARY TRUST 

Income received, 1934, $475 . 00 

Paid Carl H. Foster, City Treasurer, 475.00 

SETH K. JONES TRUST 

Bequest to the city of Concord 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 dollans each year to be deposited in some 
savings institution to create a monument fund; and the balance of the income to be ex- 
pended each year in purchasing books for the Concord Public Library. 

Capital, January 1, 1934, $1,000.00 

Proceeds from matured City of Hart- 
ford, Conn. 4% bond, 77.40 



Capital, January 1, 1935, $1,077.40 



126 CITY OF CONCORD 

Income received, 1934, S40.24 

Transferred to Seth K. Jones Monu- 
ment Fund, $6.00 
Paid Carl H. Foster, City Treasurer, 22 . 24 
Paid for care of lot, 12.00 

— 40 . 24 



Deposited in Union Trust Company, 1,000.00 

Deposited in Loan & Trust Savings Bank, 77 . 40 

G. PARKER LYON PUBLIC LIBRARY TRUST 

Capital, $1,000.00 

Income received, 1934, $37.49 

Paid Carl H. Foster, City Treasurer, 37 . 49 

Deposited in Union Trust Company, 1 ,000 . 00 

FRANKLIN PIERCE PUBLIC LIBRARY TRUST 

Capital, $1,000.00 

Income received, 1934, $32.50 

Paid Carl H. Foster, City Treasurer, 32 . 50 

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, 1934, $18.74 

Paid Carl H. Foster, City Treasurer, 18.74 

Deposited in Union Trust Company, 500 . 00 

HORACE B. BARTLETT PUBLIC LIBRARY BUILDING FUND 

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

Capital, January 1, 1934, $15,656.63 

Income received, 1934, 489.88 



Capital, January 1, 1935, $16,146.51 

Deposited in New Hampshire Savings Bank, 10,102.76 

Deposited in Merrimack County Savings Bank, 4,576.75 
Invested in $500 Fourth Liberty Loan Bond, 489.00 

Invested in Treasury 4^-33^ 1943-'45 bonds, 978 . 00 

Invested in $3,000 Jackson Cons. Trac. Co. bonds. 



TRUST FUNDS 127 

CHARLES R. CORNING PUBLIC LIBRARY BUILDING FUND 
Income to be paid to Fred E. Emerton during his lifetime. 

Capital, $15,000.00 

Income received, 1934, $259 . 37 

Paid Fred E. Emerton, 259 . 37 

Deposited in Loan & Trust Savings Bank, 3,750 . 00 

Deposited in Merrimack County Savings Bank, 3,750.00 

Deposited in New Hampshire Savings Bank, 3,750.00 

Deposited in Union Trust Company, 3,750.00 

CHARLES R. CORNING PUBLIC LIBRARY BUILDING FUND 
Principal and income to be used for Concord Public Library Building purposes. 

Capital, January 1, 1934, $30,107.21 

Income received, 1934, 976.35 



Capital, January 1, 1935, $31,083.56 

Deposited in Loan & Trust Savings Bank, 7,363 . 24 

Deposited in Merrimack County Savings Bank, 7,828 . 78 

Deposited in New Hampshire Savings Bank, 8,101 . 33 

Deposited in Union Trust Company, 7,790.21 

BENJAMIN A. KIMBALL PUBLIC LIBRARY BUILDING FUND 
Principal and income to be used for Concord Public Library Building purposes. 

Capital, January 1, 1934, $11,419.98 

Income received, 1934, 399 . 67 



Capital, January 1, 1935, $11,819.65 

Deposited in Loan & Trust Savings Bank, 11,819.65 

HENRY A. KIMBALL PUBLIC LIBRARY BUILDING FUND 
Principal and income to be used for Concord Public Library Building purposes. 

Capital, January 1, 1934, $1,504.90 

Income received, 1934, 52.64 



Capital, January 1, 1935, $1,557.54 

Deposited in Loan & Trust Savings Bank, 1,557 . 54 



128 CITY OF CONCORD 

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, 1934, $2,675.43 

Income received, 1934, 93 . 62 



Capital, January 1, 1935, .52,769.05 

Deposited in Union Trust Company, 2,769 . 05 

CONCORD PUBLIC LIBRARY MAINTENANCE FUND 

Capital, January 1, 1934, $6,428.02 

Income received, 1934, 224 . 98 



Capital, January 1, 1935, $6,653.00 

Deposited in Union Trust Company, 6,653 . 00 

EASTMAN ASSOCIATION TRUST 

Income to be \ised 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, 1934, $367.83 
Income received, 1934, 28 . 63 



Income on hand January 1, 1935, 396.46 

Capital and income deposited in Loan & 

Trust Savings Bank, 846 . 94 



SUNDRY CEMETERY TRUSTS 



Capital, January 1, 1934 (1,577 in- 
dividual trusts), $176,883.73 

Total trusts received during 1934 

(69), 7,647.00 



Capital, January 1, 1935 (1,646 






individual trusts). 




$184,530.73 


Unexpended income of previous 






years, 


$7,861, 


,31 


Interest on unexpended income, 






1934, 


261. 


49 


Income received, 1934, 


5,932 


.39 

M C\^^ 1 Q 


Paid Carl H. Foster, City Treas- 




i'i,u»j<j . ly 


urer, 


$6,349 


,4] 


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






account of Calvary Cemetery, 


364 


.50 


Paid Mary E. Bourne, account of 






Collins Trust, 


1. 


,50 


Unexpended income on hand, Jan- 






uary 1, 1935, 


7,339. 


.78 

1/1 nr;rc in 



Capital and income deposited in Concord Savings Banks, 
in sundry stocks and United State bonds. 

The above includes the following trusts received during 
the year 1934: 

Blossom Hill Cemetery 

Akroyd, Ehzabeth F. (additional), $25.00 

Bailey, William T. and Sarah E., 100 . 00 
Bartlett, Everett C. and Edith E., Leon N., 

Nell Roy, 125.00 

Benson, Charles B., 125.00 

Bolster, Walter J. and Laura N., 125.00 



130 CITY OF CONCORD 

Biickminster, Prcscott S. and Lena B., $50.00 

Campbell, Leola G., 100.00 

Carlson, Peter L. and Edla J., 50.00 

Cutter, Will A. and Isabelle M., 125.00 

Dolloff , Harry E. 200 . 00 

Duncklee, Charles H., 100.00 

Fitzner, Peter C. and Mary J. 50.00 

George, Roy E. and Mabel E., 175.00 

Hall, Joseph A. and Marcia I., 50.00 

Hill, Emma S., 100.00 

Hoitt, Everett, 100 . 00 

Johnson, Charles A. and Louise A., 50.00 

Leavitt, William C. and Mabel M., 125.00 

Lindgren, Milo V., 25.00 

Marshall, Mary J., 200.00 

Marshall, Thomas J. and Marjorie E., 125.00 

McLeod, John B. and Florence, 200.00 

Merrill, Orrin J. and Viola E., 75.00 

Mininno, Vincent R. and Mrs. H. V. Parenteau, 100 . 00 

Morrill, Clinton E. and Aphia W., 100 . 00 

Murphy, Daniel F. and Jennie E., 50.00 

Newell, Duncan H. and Lillie C, 125.00 

Paige, S. Adelaide, 100.00 

Pardy, Hezekiah L , 25 . 00 

Pearl, O. V. and Leonard S., 100.00 

Porter, William J. and Harriet L, 50.00 

Powell, Charles and Carrie F. Bartlett, 100.00 

Prowse, Mrs. Mary E., 100.00 

Ray, William E., 100.00 

Reed, John and John E., 125 . 00 

Remick, James W. and Mary P., 125.00 

Reynolds, Ralph E. and Abbie L., 100.00 

Richards, Garnett W. and Nellie E., 125.00 

Riford, Lizzie S. and Charies P., 150.00 

Sanders, Herbert M. and Sarah G., 150.00 

Savage, I. Milton and Maud L., 150.00 

Swaidmark, E. P. and Caroline, 50.00 

Tallman, Gordon L. and Marguerite P., 100 . 00 



CEMETERY TRUSTS 131 

Tonkin, Robert W. and Ella B., $125.00 

Walker, J. W. and Olive L., 100.00 

White, Elwin B. and Eugenie C, 50.00 

Wilson, Thomas J., 50.00 

Woods, H. Maria, 200.00 



Calvary Cemetery 



Maple Grove Cemetery 



1,950.00 



Dooley, William J. (returned by donor), $100 . 00 

McBride, Katie, 100.00 

Sweeney, William H., 300.00 

$500.00 

Calvary Cemetery (Penacook) 
Tetreault, Georgianna, $200.00 



$200.00 



Anderson, John A. and Augusta L., $100.00 

Graves, Alfred E. and Winnifred M., 100.00 

Johanson, Henrik and Anna, 50 . 00 

Wilson, Israel, 50 . 00 

$300.00 

Millville Cemetery 
Abbott, George H., $75.00 

$75.00 

Old North Cemetery 
Stevens, J. Elizabeth-Hoyt, $300 . 00 

$300 . 00 



132 city of concord 

Pine Grove Cemetery 

Carpenter, Harriet M. (additional), $25.00 

Moses, John S., 100.00 

Hunt, William L., 100.00 



$225.00 



SoucooK Cemetery 

Moore, Saville, $100.00 

Smith, George B. and Ada D., 50.00 



$150.00 



WooDLAWN Cemetery 

Blake, G. Frank, 

Brown, Edmund H,, 

Burnham, Otis T., 

Burton, Mrs. Annis, 

Drown, Lucy L., 

Durgin, William I. and Eddie C, 

Flanders, Nellie M., 

Ketcham, Edith A., 

Murphy, Mrs. Annie, 



Total trusts received, 1934, $7,647 . 00 

Total amount of Trust Funds in custody of the Trustees 
of Trust Funds. 

Blossom Hill Cemetery Fund, $57,147 . 77 

Horse Hill Cemetery Fund, 13.34 

Maple Grove Cemetery Fund, 1,293.45 

Millville Cemetery Fund, 2,402 . 16 

Pine Grove Cemetery Fund, 519.51 

Old North Cemetery Fund, 833.00 

Soucook Cemetery Fund, 101.66 



$100 


.00 


200 


.00 


100 


.00 


100 


.00 


100 


.00 


100, 


.00 


150, 


.00 


75, 


.00 


22, 


,00 


$947 


.00 



CEMETERY TRUSTS 133 

Woodlawn Cemetery Fund, $372.41 
Cemetery Fund for the purpose of improving 

and ornamenting cemetery grounds, 2,932 . 47 

Blossom Hill Cemetery, Section I, annex, 90.00 

John H. Albin Cemetery Trust, 300.00 

Charlotte Merrill Cemetery Trust, 1 ,000 . 00 

Minot Enclosure Cemetery Trust, 3,000 . 00 

Jonathan Eastman Pecker Cemetery Trust, 10,048 . 57 

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 

Seth K. Jones Monument Fund, 1,170.53 

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 

Cogswell 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 

Seth K. Jones Trust, 1 ,077 . 40 

G. 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, 16,146.51 
Charles R. Corning Public Library Building 

Fund, 15,000.00 
Charles R. Corning Public Library Building 

Fund, 31,083.56 
Benjamin A. Kimball Public Library Building 

Fund, 11,819.65 
Henry A. Kimball Public Library Building 

Fund, 1,557.54 
Arthur P. Morrill and George A. Foster Public 

Library Building Fund, 2,769.05 



134 CITY OF CONCORD 

Concord Public Library Maintenance Fund, $6,653 . 00 

Eastman Association Trust, 450 . 48 

Sundry Cemetery Trusts, 184,530 . 73 



$400,825.42 

I have verified the trust accounts of the city in the hands 
of the Board of Trustees of Trust Funds, and find such trust 
funds invested, and the income for the year 1934 accounted 
for as shown by the books of the trustees kept for that 
purpose. 

ARTHUR E. ROBY, 
City Clerk. 



BONDED INDEBTEDNESS OF THE CITY 





Municipal 








BONDS 


] 


Due 


Rate 


Amount 


Bridge, 


June 


1, 1935 


4 


$10,000 


Central Fire Station, 


April 




,1935 


33^ 


1,000 




April 




,1936 


3}4 


1,000 




April 




,1937 


3>i 


1,000 




April 




,1938 


3H 


1,000 




April 




1939 


3)^ 


1,000 




April 




,1940 


31^ 


1,000 




April 




, 1941 


33^ 


1,000 




April 




1942 


3M 


1,000 




April 




1943 


3H 


1,000 




April 




1944 


33^ 


1,000 




April 




1945 


33^ 


1,000 




April 




1946 


33^ 


1,000 




April 




1947 


33^ 


1,000 




April 




1948 


33^ 


1,000 




April 




1949 


3^ 


1,000 




April 


^ 


1950 


33^ 


1,000 




April 


-*- 


1951 


33^ 


1,000 




April 


1 


1952 


SV2 


1,000 




April 


1 


1953 


33^ 


1,000 




April 


^ 


1954 


33^ 


1,000 


City Hall and Auditor 


lum, Oct. 


^ 


1935 


43^ 


5,000 




Oct. 


-'-) 


1936 


4>^ 


5,000 




Oct. 


^) 


1937 


43^ 


5,000 




Oct. 


^: 


1938 


43^ 


5,000 




Oct. 


^) 


1939 


4M 


5,000 




Oct. 


^) 


1940 


4^ 


5,000 




Oct. 


^j 


1941 


43^ 


5,000 




Oct. 


-*-> 


1942 


43^ 


5,000 




Oct. 


^) 


1943 


4>^ 


5,000 




Oct. 


^ 1 


1944 


4^ 


5,000 




Oct. 


^) 


1945 


43^ 


5,000 



13b CITY OF CONCORD 






BONDS 


Du 




Rate 


Amount 


City Hall and Auditorium, 


Oct. 1 


, 194G 


4>^ 


$5,000 




Oct. 1 


,1947 


43^ 


5,000 


Departmental Equipment, 


May 1 


, 1935 


4M 


4,000 




May 1 


,1936 


4M 


4,000 




May 1 


, 1937 


4M 


4,000 




May 1 


, 1938 


4M 


4,000 




May 1 


, 1939 


4K 


4,000 




May 1 


,1940 


4M 


4,000 




May 1 


,1941 


4M 


4,000 




May 1 


, 1942 


4M 


4,000 




May 1 


, 1943 


4M 


4,000 




May 1 


,1944 


4^ 


4,000 




May 1 


,1945 


4M 


4,000 




May 1 


,1940 


4M 


4,000 


Highway, 


May 1 


,1935 


3M 


5,000 




May 1 


,1936 


3M 


5,000 




May 1 


,1937 


3M 


5,000 




May 1 


,1938 


3M 


5,000 




May 1 


,1939 


3M 


5,000 




May 1 


,1940 


3M 


5,000 




May 1 


,1941 


3M 


5,000 




May 1 


,1942 


3M 


5,000 




May 1 


,1943 


3M 


5,000 




May 1 


,1944 


334 


5,000 




May 1 


,1945 


3^ 


5,000 




May 1 


,1946 


3^ 


5,000 


Public Improvement, 


May 15 


, 1935 


4^ 


7,000 




Oct. 1 


,1935 


4M 


5,000 




Oct. 1 


,1936 


4M 


4,000 




Oct. 1 


,1937 


4M 


4,000 




Oct. 1 


,1938 


4M 


4,000 




Oct. 1 


,1939 


4M 


4,000 




Oct. 1 


,1940 


^H 


4,000 


Public Improvement and 










Refunding, 


May 1 


,1935 


4 


10,500 




May 1 


,1936 


4 


10,500 



TREASURY DEPARTMENT 



137 



BONDS 


Due 


Rate 


Amount 


Public Improvement and 










Refunding, 


May 


1, 1937 


4 


$10,500 




May 


1, 1938 


4 


10,500 


Sewer, 


April 


1, 1935 


33^ 


2,000 




April 


1, 1936 


33^ 


2,000 




April 


1,1937 


3^ 


2,000 




April 


1, 1938 


3H 


2,000 




April 


1, 1939 


3^ 


2,000 




April 


1, 1940 


3^ 


2,000 




April 


1, 1941 


33^ 


1,000 




April 


1, 1942 


33^ 


1,000 




April 


1, 1943 


33^ 


1,000 




April 


1, 1944 


33/2 


.1,000 




April 


1, 1945 


3^ 


1,000 




April 


1, 1946 


33^ 


1,000 




April 


1, 1947 


33^ 


1,000 




April 


1, 1948 


3^ 


1,000 




April 


1,1949 


3K2 


1,000 




April 


1, 1950 


33^ 


1,000 




April 


1,1951 


33/2 


1,000 




April 


1,1952 


3K2 


1,000 




April 


1, 1953 


334 


1,000 




April 


1, 1954 


3K2 


1,000 




April 


15, 1935 


33-^ 


1,000 




April 


15, 1936 


33^ 


1,000 




April 


15, 1937 


33/^ 


1,000 




April 15, 1938 


33^ 


1,000 




April 15, 1939 


3K 


1,000 




April 


15, 1940 


3M 


1,000 




April 


15, 1941 


3M 


1,000 




April 


15, 1942 


33-^ 


1,000 




April 


15, 1943 


33^ 


1,000 




April 


15, 1944 


33^ 


1,000 




April 


15, 1945 


33^ 


1,000 




April 15, 1946 


33^ 


1,000 




May 


1, 1935 


3 


6,000 



138 



CITY OF CONCORD 



BONDS 



Sewer, 



BONDS 



Sewer, 



BONDS 

Union School District, 



Due 


Rate 


Amount 


May 


1, 1936 


3 


S6,000 


May 


1, 1937 


3 


6,000 


May 


1, 1938 


3 


6,000 


May 


1, 1939 


3 


6,000 


May 


1, 1940 


3 


6,000 


May 


1,1911 


3 


6,000 


May 


1, 1942 


3 


6,000 


May 


1, 1943 


3 


6,000 


May 


1, 1944 


3 


6,000 


May 


1, 1945 


3 


6,000 


May 


1, 1940 


3 


6,000 


May 


1,1947 


3 


6,000 


May 


1, 1948 


3 


6,000 


May 


1, 1949 


3 


4,000 


May 


1, 1950 


3 


4,000 


May 


1,1951 


3 


4,000 


May 


1, 1952 


3 


4,000 


May 


1, 1953 


3 


4,000 


May 


1, 1954 


3 


3,000 




$422,000 


Precinct 








Due 


Rate 


Amount 


May 


1, 1935 


4 


$2,500 


May 


1, 1936 


4 


2,500 


May 


1, 1937 


4 


2,500 


May 


1, 1938 


4 


2,500 




$10,000 


School 








Due 


Rate 


Amount 


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 


Oct. 


1, 1940 


4 


2,000 


Oct. 


1, 1941 


4 


2,000 



TREASURY DEPARTMENT 



139 



BONDS 


Due 




Rate 


Amount 


Union School District, 


Oct. 1 


,1942 


4 


$2,000 




Dec. 1 


,1935 


4M 


14,000 




Dec. 1 


,1936 


4M 


14,000 




Dec. 1 


,1937 


4^ 


14,000 




Dec. 1 


,1938 


4M 


14,000 




Dec. 1 


,1939 


4M 


14,000 




Dec. 1 


,1940 


4M 


14,000 




Dec. 1 


,1941 


4M 


14,000 




Dec. 1 


,1942 


4M 


14,000 




Dec. 1 


,1943 


4M 


14,000 




Dec. 1 


,1944 


4M 


14,000 




Dec. 1 


,1945 


4^ 


14,000 




Dec. 1 


,1946 


4M 


14,000 




Dec. 1 


,1947 


4M 


14,000 




Dec. 1 


,1948 


4M 


14,000 




Dec. 1 


,1949 


4^ 


14,000 




Dec. 1 


,1950 


4M 


14,000 




Dec. 1 


,1951 


4M 


14,000 




Dec. 1 


,1952 


4M 


14,000 




Dec. 1 


,1953 


4^ 


14,000 




Dec. 1 


,1954 


4^ 


14,000 




Dec. 1 


,1955 


4K 


14,000 




Dec. 1 


, 1956 


4^ 


14,000 




Dec. 1 


,1957 


4^ 


14,000 




Dec. 1 


,1958 


4^ 


14,000 




Dec. 1 


,1959 


4M 


14,000 




Dec. 1 


,1960 


4K 


14,000 




Dec. 1 


,1961 


4M 


14,000 




Dec. 1 


,1962 


4K 


14,000 




Dec. 1 


,1963 


4^ 


14,000 




Dec. 1 


,1964 


4^ 


14,000 




Dec. 1 


,1965 


4^ 


14,000 




Sept. 1 


,1935 


4^ 


5,000 




Sept. 1 


,1936 


4M 


5,000 




Sept. 1 


,1937 


4M 


5,000 




Sept. 1 


, 1938 


414 


5,000 




Sept. 1 


,1939 


4M 


5,000 




Sept. 1 


,1940 


4M 


5,000 



140 



CITY OF CONCORD 



BONDS 

Union School District, 



Due 



Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 



Rate 

1941 43^ 

1942 43^ 

1943 414 

1944 43^ 

1945 41^ 
194G 43^ 

1947 434 

1948 43<C 

1935 43^ 

1936 41^ 

1937 43^ 

1938 43^ 

1939 43^ 

1940 41^ 

1941 43^ 

1942 A}4 

1943 43^ 

1944 4>^ 

1945 43/^ 

1946 41^ 



Amount 

$5,000 
5,000 
5,000 
5,000 
5,000 
5,000 
5,000 
5,000 
2,000 
2,000 
2,000 
2,000 
2,000 
2,000 
2,000 
2,000 
2,000 
2,000 
2,000 
2,000 









$544,000 


Notes — Engineering Dept. 








Equipment, 


Dec. 29,1935 


3^8 


$4,000 




Dec. 29, 1936 


3^ 


4,000 




Dec. 29, 1937 


^Vs 


4,000 


Notes — Highway Dept. 








Equipment, 


April 21, 1935 


3 


3,000 




April 21, 1936 


3 


3,000 




April 21, 1937 


3 


3,000 




April 21, 1938 


3 


3,000 




April 21, 1939 


3 


3,000 


Notes — Sprinkler System 


at 






City Hall, 


Sept. 18, 1935 


33^ 


1,000 




Sept. 18, 1936 


sy2 


1,000 




Sept. 18, 1937 


33^ 


1,000 



Total bonded indebtedness of the city 
exclusive of Water Department, 



$1,006,000 



TREASURY DEPARTMENT 141 

STATEMENT OF COUPON ACCOUNT 
Dr. 
Due and unpaid, January 1, 1934, 

municipal, $80.00 

Due and unpaid, January 1, 1934, 

precinct, 92 . 50 

Due and unpaid, January 1, 1934, 

Union School District, 105 . 00 

Due in 1934, municipal, 13,118.75 

Due in 1934, precinct, 850 . 00 

Due in 1934, Union School District, 24,317 . 50 

,563.75 



Cr. 




Municipal paid. 


$13,033.75 


Precinct sewer paid, 


850 . 00 


Union School District paid. 


24,337.50 


Municipal due and not presented, 


165.00 


Precinct due and not presented. 


92.50 


Union School District due and not 




presented. 


85.00 



,563.75 



142 CITY OF CONCORD 

BONDED INDEBTEDNESS OF THE WATER 
PRECINCT 

Rate Amount 

43^ S18,000 

43^ 18,000 

43^ 18,000 

43^ 4,000 

43/^ 4,000 

43/^ 4,000 

43^ 4,000 

43/^ 4,000 

43/^ 4,000 

4J^ 4,000 

43^ 4,000 

43^ 4,000 

43^ 4,000 

43^ 4,000 

43/^ 4,000 

43^ 4,000 

434 9,000 

9,000 

9,000 

9,000 

43^ 9,000 

9,000 



Due 




Jan. 1, 


1935 


Jan. 1, 


1936 


Jan. 1, 


1937 


July 1, 


1935 


July 1, 


1936 


July 1 


1937 


July 1 


1938 


July 1 


1939 


July 1 


1940 


July 1 


1941 


July 1 


1942 


July 1 


1943 


July 1 


1944 


July 1 


1945 


July 1 


1946 


July 1 


1947 


Feb. 1 


1938 


Feb. 1 


1939 


Feb. 1 


1940 


Feb. 1 


1941 


Feb. 1 


1942 


Feb. 1 


, 1943 


Feb. 1 


, 1944 


Feb. 1 


, 1945 


Feb. 1 


, 1946 


Feb. 1 


, 1947 


Feb. 1 


, 1948 


Feb. 1 


, 1949 


Feb. 1 


, 1950 


Feb. 1 


, 1951 



43^ 9,000 

434 9,000 

4M 9,000 

34 9,000 



9,000 
9,000 

41^ 9,000 

9,000 

$232,000 



TREASURY DEPARTMENT 143 

STATEMENT OF COUPON ACCOUNT OF THE 
WATER PRECINCT 

Dr. 

To coupons overdue January 1, 

1934, and not presented, $191 . 00 

To coupons due 1934, 10,710 . 00 

$10,901.00 

Cr. 

By coupons paid, 1934, $10,755.00 

By coupons due and not presented, 146 . 00 

$10,901.00 



CITY TREASURER'S CONDENSED STATEMENT OF 
WATER WORKS ACCOUNT 

Carl H. Foster, City Treasurer 

Receipts 

Balance on hand, January 1, 1934, $35,536 . 69 
Receipts, P. R. Sanders, Superin- 
tendent, 104,628.34 

$140,165.03 

Expenditures 

Orders paid, $79,635.16 

Bonds paid, 22,000 . 00 

Interest on bonds, 10,755.00 

Balance on hand, January 1, 1935, 27,774 . 87 

$140,165.03 



144 CITY OF CONCORD 

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, 1934, $172,579.44 

Frank Atkinson, Superintendent of Parks, 

sale of ducks, 20 . 00 

Travis P. Burroughs, M.D., Sanitary- 
Officer, milk licenses, 329 . 00 

Grace Blanchard, Librarian, library 

fines, 541.00 

Wm. T. Happny, Chief, rents, 599 . 50 

Wm. T. Happny, Chief, assistance, fires, 100 . 00 

Wm. T. Happny, Chief, miscellaneous, 14.12 

G. A. S. Kimball, Chief, dance licenses, 

officers' fees, miscellaneous, 157.16 

G. A. S. Kimball, Chief, damage on 

stolen car, 75.00 

F. W. Lang, Clerk of Board, Board of 

Examiners of Plumbers, 17.75 

F. W. Lang, Commissioner, garbage, 494 . 00 

F. W. Lang, Commissioner, roads and 

bridges, 32,044 . 70 

F. W. Lang, Commissioner, sewers, 3,760.61 

F. W. Lang, Commissioner, trees, 34 . 79 

Amos B. Morrison, Collector, 1912 re- 
demptions, 38.81 

Amos B. Morrison, Collector, 1913 re- 
demptions, 25 . 00 

Amos B. Morrison, Collector, reimburse- 
ment for 1914 taxes paid by city, 25.00 

Amos B. Morrison, Collector, 1927 re- 
demptions, 180.23 

Amos B. Morrison, Collector, reimburse- 
ment for 1927 taxes paid by city, 6.33 



TREASURY DEPARTMENT 145 

Amos B. Morrison, Collector, 1928 re- 
demptions, $294 . 38 

Amos B, Morrison, Collector, reimburse- 
ment for 1928 taxes paid by city, 191 .74 

Amos B. Morrison, Collector, 1929 re- 
demptions, 59 . 89 

Amos B. Morrison, Collector, reimburse- 
ment for 1929 taxes paid by city, 126.04 

Amos B. Morrison, Collector, 1929 taxes 430.15 

Amos B. Morrison, Collector, 1930 re- 
demptions, 45 . 59 

Amos B. Morrison, Collector, 1930 taxes, 570 . 82 

Amos B. Morrison, Collector, reimburse- 
ment for 1930 taxes paid by city, 220 . 49 

Amos B. Morrison, Collector, 1931 re- 
demptions, 5,190.48 

Amos B. Morrison, Collector, 1931 taxes, 1,380.46 

Amos B. Morrison, Collector, reimburse- 
ment for 1931 taxes paid by city, 496.08 

Amos B. Morrison, Collector, 1932 re- 
demptions, 12,971.91 

Amos B. Morrison, Collector, 1932 taxes, 1,708 . 73 

Amos B. Morrison, Collector, reimburse- 
ment for 1932 taxes paid by city, 4,070.93 

Amos B. Morrison, Collector, 1933 re- 
demptions, 8,467 . 85 

Amos B. Morrison, Collector, 1933 taxes, 214,102.01 

Amos B. Morrison, Collector, reimburse- 
ment for 1933 taxes paid by city, . 954.09 

Amos B. Morrison, Collector, 1934 taxes, 753,941 . 55 

Notes, City of Concord, 575,000 . 00 

Recreation Committee, Memorial Ath- 
letic Field, 164.10 

Recreation Committee, Municipal Golf 

Course, 3,170.12 

A. E. Roby, City Clerk, department, 3,937.64 

A. E. Roby, City Clerk, rent. Auditorium, 2,1 17 . 00 

A. E. Roby, City Clerk, dog licenses, 2,660 . 57 



146 CITY OF CONCORD 

A. E. Roby, City Clerk, rent, Battery Sta- 
tion, $840 . 00 

A. E. Roby, City Clerk, Comfort Station, 127 . 59 

A. E. Roby, City Clerk, Playgrounds, 4 . 26 

A. E. Roby, City Clerk, gasoline discount, 17.57 

A. E. Roby, City Clerk, sale of land, 

Mabel Robinson, 250 . 00 

A. E. Roby, City Clerk, sale of land, J. T. 

Prowse, 125.00 

A. E. Roby, City Clerk, Wallace land re- 
demption, 16.00 

A. E. Roby, City Clerk, sale of land, 

Morrill, 300.00 

A. E. Roby, City Clerk, sale of land, 

Corson, 75.00 

A. E. Roby, City Clerk, sale of land, 

Gorham, 125.00 

A. E. Roby, City Clerk, rent, transient 

camp, 1 . 00 

A. E. Roby, City Clerk, refund, Armis- 
tice Day, 2 . 55 

A. E. Roby, City Clerk, circus license, 50.00 

A. E. Roby, City Clerk, filing fees, 126.00 

A. E. Roby, City Clerk, rent. Rifle Club, 25 . 00 

A. E. Roby, City Clerk, motor vehicle 

permits, 1934, 13,279.49 

A. E. Roby, City Clerk, motor vehicle 

permits, 1935, 15,655.64 

J. W. Stanley, Clerk, Municipal Court, 

fees, 1,566.18 

State of New Hampshire, insurance tax, 5,669 . 24 

State of New Hampshire, railroad tax, 40,570.84 

State of New Hampshire, savings bank 

tax, 52,901.34 

State of New Hampshire, Building and 

Loan Association tax, 100 . 50 

State of New Hampshire, tax on interest 
and dividends, 30,336 . 64 



TREASURY DEPARTMENT 147 

State of New Hampshire, abatement of 

state tax, $21 . 23 

Transferred from Blossom Hill Cemetery 

Fund, 4,636.17 

Transferred from Horse Hill Cemetery 

Fund, 4.00 

Transferred from Maple Grove Cemetery 

Fund, 458.66 

Transferred from Millville Cemetery 

Fund, 73 . 50 

Transferred from Old North Cemetery 

Fund, 336.35 

Transferred from Pine Grove Cemetery 

Fund, 235.75 

Transferred from Soucook Cemetery 

Fund, 77.83 

Transferred from Woodlawn Cemetery 

Fund, 1,121.51 

Income sundry trust funds to reimburse 

city for money advanced for care of 

lots in Blossom Hill Cemetery, 4,489 . 79 

Income sundry trust funds to reimburse 

city for money advanced for care of 

lots in Horse Hill Cemetery, 17.50 

Income sundry trust funds to reimburse 

city for money advanced for care of 

lots in Maple Grove Cemetery, 208 . 70 

Income sundry trust funds to reimburse 

city for money advanced for care of lots 

in Millville Cemetery, 118 . 75 

Income sundry trust funds to reimburse 

city for money advanced for care of lots 

in Old Fort Cemetery, 1 1 . 00 

Income sundry trust funds to reimburse 

city for money advanced for care of lots 

in Old North Cemetery, 436 . 75 

Income sundry trust funds to reimburse 

city for money advanced for care of lots 

in Pine Grove Cemetery, 304 . 87 



148 CITY OF CONCORD 

Income sundry trust funds to reimburse 
city for money advanced for care of lots 
in Soucook Cemetery, S24 . 80 

Income sundry trust funds to reimburse 
city for money advanced for care of 
lots in Woodlawn Cemetery, 841 . 75 

Income permanent fund, Blossom Hill 

Cemetery, 1,832.69 

Income permanent fund, Horse Hill 

Cemetery, . 45 

Income permanent fund, Maple Grove 

Cemetery, 37 . 36 

Income permanent fund, Millville Ceme- 
tery, 76.18 

Income permanent fund, Old North 

Cemetery, 24.99 

Income permanent fund. Pine Grove 

Cemetery, 17.28 

Income permanent fund, Soucook Ceme- 
tery, 3.31 

Income permanent fund, Woodlawn Cem- 
etery, 10.60 

Income William M. Chase, Public Li- 
brary trust, 42 . 50 

Income P. B. Cogswell, Public Library 

trust, 72.66 

Income Samuel C. Eastman, Public Li- 
brary trust, 219.07 

Income Samuel C. Eastman, Public Li- 
brary trust, 1,321 . 81 

Income Joseph Hazeltine, Public Library 

trust, 106.74 

Income Seth K. Jones, Public Library 

trust, 22.24 

Income Benjamin A. Kimball, Public 

Library trust, 2,250.00 

Income Henry A. Kimball, Public Li- 
brary trust, 475.00 



TREASURY DEPARTMENT 149 

Income G. Parker Lyon, Public Library 

trust, $37.49 

Income Franklin Pierce, Public Library 



trust. 


32.50 


Income K. P. and Douglas Rollins trust, 


45.33 


Income Thomas G. Valpey, Public Li- 




brary trust. 


18.74 


Income Abial Walker, trust fund for 




schools. 


30.00 


Transferred from Blossom Hill Cemetery 




Permanent Fund special dividend, 


340.00 


Transferred from Pine Grove Cemetery 




Permanent Fund special dividend, 


57.16 


Accrued income Mary J. Marshall trust. 


100.00 


Rebate of interest — notes paid before 




maturity. 


70.13 


Accrued interest on bonds sold. 


526.38 


Interest on time deposit, 


228.61 




$1,986,898.03 


Cr. 




By Armistice Day, 


$100.00 


Assessors, 


9,914.61 


Band concerts, 


800.00 


Board of Health, 


7,175.09 


Bonds, City Hall and Auditorium, 


5,000.00 


Bonds, bridge, 


4,000.00 


Bonds, departmental equipment. 


4,000.00 


Bonds, public improvement, 


19,000.00 


Bonds, public improvement and refunding, 


10,500.00 


Care of clocks. 


110.00 


Cemeteries, 


32,401.10 


City Clerk, 


7,737.99 


City Hall and Auditorium, 


8,664 . 82 


City Physician, 


700 . 00 


City relief. 


14,632.63 



150 CITY OF CONCORD 

City Solicitor, $1,046.44 

City Treasurer, 2,127.47 

Comfort station, 1,501.13 

Concord District Nursing Association, 350 . 00 

Concord Family Welfare Association, 350 . 00 

Dog licenses, 326 . 89 

Elections, 3,326.65 

Engineering Department, 310,250.65 

Federal Emergency Appropriation, 1,365 . 57 

Fire Department, 63,483.03 

Incidentals and land damage, 1 ,935 . 59 

Interest on coupons, 13,033 . 75 

Interest on temporary loans, 6,837 . 54 

Interest on Beaver Meadow Golf Club, 47 . 50 
Interest on Highway Department equipment, 225 . 00 

Land, airport purposes, 225.00 

Margaret Pillsbury Hospital, 4,500.00 

Mayor, 2,575 . 73 

Memorial Athletic Field, 2,490.70 

Memorial Day, 298.32 

Merrimack County tax, . 76,922 . 87 

New Hampshire Memorial Hospital, 2,875 . 00 

Notes, City of Concord, 675,000 . 00 

Note, Beaver Meadow Golf Club property, 2,000 . 00 

Parks, 7,528.68 

Penacook District Nursing Association, 100 . 00 

Playgrounds and baths, 7,641.28 

Police court, 2,720.00 

Police and watch, 53,598.95 

Precinct, interest on sewer bonds, 850 . 00 

Precinct, sewer bonds, 12,500.00 

Printing and stationery, 2,475.86 

Public Library, 13,458.87 

Recreation Commission, 4,981.95 

Relief gardens, 422.71 

Refund 1933 taxes, .22 

Repairs, buildings, 1,624.01 

Salaries, Board of Aldermen, 1,915.00 



TREASURY DEPARTMENT 151 

State tax, $85,904 . 00 

Tax collector, 5,881 . 76 

1933 tax on non-resident real estate, sold to 

the city, 83 . 60 

1932 tax on resident real estate, sold to the 

city, 7,997 . 46 

1933 real estate sold for taxes, 22,818 . 12 
Unemployment, 107 . 98 
Union School District, 336,494 . 86 
Union School District bonds, 33,000 . 00 
Union School District interest, 24,337 . 50 
Weights and Measures, 965.21 
Zoning Survey, 152.62 
Balance on hand (outstanding and unpaid 

notes issued in anticipation of taxes for 

),000, due April 17, 1935), 61,506.32 



$1,986,898.03 



152 CITY OF CONCORD 

CITY TREASURER'S CONDENSED STATEMENT 
BOND ACCOUNTS 

Carl H. Foster, City Treasurer 
Central Fire Station Bond Account 

receipts 

$20,000 33^% bonds, dated Apri-l 

1, 1934, $20,000.00 

Premium, 255 . 78 

—— $20,255.78 

EXPENDITURES 

Orders paid, $16,888.96 

Balance on hand, January 1, 1935, 3,366. 82 

$20,255.78 

Highway Bond Account 

receipts 

$60,000 ?>]4% bonds, dated May 1, 

1934, $60,000.00 

Premium, 1,044.00 

— — $61,044.00 

EXPENDITURES 

Orders paid, $57,520 . 65 

Balance on hand, January 1, 1935, 3,523.35 

■ $61,044.00 

Memorial Athletic Field Bond Account 

receipts 

Balance on hand, January 1, 1934, $570. 18 

$570.18 



TREASURY DEPARTMENT 153 



EXPENDITURES 



Orders paid, S386.07 

Balance on hand, January 1 , 1935, 184 . 1 1 



$570.18 



Sewer Bond Account 



RECEIPTS 



$26,000 33^% bonds dated April 1, 

1934, $26,000.00 

Premium, 332.51 

$107,000 2,% bonds dated May 1, 

1934, 106,598.75 

$12,000 33^% bonds dated April 15, 

1934, 12,000.00 



$144,931.26 



EXPENDITURES 



Orders paid, $53,990.63 

Balance on hand, January 1, 1935, 90,940 . 63 

$144,931 . 26 



City Hall Sprinkler System Account 

receipts 

Notes due Sept. 18, 1935-37 inc., 

$1,000 each, $3,000.00 

$3,000.00 

EXPENDITURES 

Orders paid, $2,006.00 

Balance January 1, 1935, 994.00 

$3,000.00 



154 city of concord 

Engineering Department Equipment Account 

receipts 

Notes due Dec. 29, 1935-37 inc., 

$4,000 each, $12,000.00 



$12,000.00 



EXPENDITURES 



Orders paid, $9,962.00 

Balance due January 1, 1935, 2,038.00 



$12,000.00 



Highway Department Equipment Account 



RECEIPTS 



Notes due April 21, 1935-39 inc., 

$3,000 each, $15,000.00 



$15,000.00 



EXPENDITURES 



Orders paid, $14,957.86 

Balance on hand, January 1, 1935, 42. 14 



$15,000.00 

I hereby certify that I have examined the foregoing ac- 
counts of Carl H. Foster, City Treasurer, for the year 1934, 
and find all items of receipts and expenditures therein 
properly recorded and authenticated by appropriate vouch- 
ers, and the several items correctly cast, and the cash bal- 
ance to be $61,506.32 (sixty-one thousand five hundred six 
dollars and thirty-two cents, with notes outstanding and 
unpaid for $100,000.00 (one hundred thousand dollars) 
due April 17, 1935; Central Fire Station Bond Account, 
$3,366.82 (three thousand three hundred sixty-six dollars 
and eighty-two cents); Highway Bond Account, $3,523.35 
(three thousand five hundred twenty-three dollars and 
thirty-five cents); Memorial Athletic Field Bond Account, 
$184.11 (one hundred eighty-four dollars and eleven cents); 



TREASURY DEPARTMENT 155 

Sewer Bond Account, $90,940.63 (ninety thousand nine 
hundred forty dollars and sixty-three cents); City Hall 
Sprinkler System Account, $994.00 (nine hundred ninety- 
four dollars) ; Engineering Department Equipment Account, 
$2,038.00 (two thousand thirty-eight dollars); Highway 
Department Equipment Account, $42.14 (forty-two dollars 
and fourteen cents), and the City Water Department, 
$27,774.87 (twenty-seven thousand seven hundred seventy- 
four dollars and eighty-seven cents), 

ARTHUR E. ROBY, 

City Clerk. 



156 



CITY OF CONCORD 



MATURITIES OF SECURITIES OF THE CITY 
OF CONCORD 



Jan. 1, 


1935, $18,000 


Water, 


4>^ 


April 1 


1,000 


Central Fire Station, 


3H 


April 1, 


2,000 


Sewer, 


3H 


April 15, 


1,000 


Walker Street sewer. 


3J^ 


April 21, 


3,000 


Highway Department equip- 






ment, 


3 


May 1, 


4,000 


Departmental equipment. 


414 


May 1, 


10,500 


Public improvement and 


re- 






funding. 


4 


May 1, 


2,500 


Sewer, 


4 


May 1, 


5,000 


Highway, 


3^ 


May 1, 


6,000 


Sewer, 


3 


May 15, 


7,000 


Public improvement. 


4M 


June 1, 


10,000 


Bridge, 


4 


July 1, 


4,000 


Water, 


4H 


Sept. 1, 


5,000 


Union School, 


4M 


Sept. 1, 


2,000 


Union School, 


4H 


Sept. 18, 


1,000 


City Hall sprinkler, 


33^ 


Oct. 1, 


5,000 


City Hall, 


43^ 


Oct. 1, 


5,000 


Public improvement, 


4M 


Oct. 1, 


2,000 


Union School, 


4 


Dec. 1, 


14,000 


Union School, 


4M 


Dec. 29, 


4,000 


Engineering Dept. equipment 






No. 2, 


W^ 


Jan. 1 


1936, 18,000 


Water, 


4M 


April 1, 


1,000 


Central Fire, 


33^ 


April 1 , 


2,000 


Sewer, 


3M 


April 15, 


1,000 


Walker Street sewer. 


3M 


April 21, 


3,000 


Highway Dept. equipment, 


3 


May 1, 


4,000 


Departmental equipment. 


4M 


May 1, 


10,500 


Public improvement and 


re- 






funding. 


4 


May 1, 


2,500 


Sewer, 


4 


May 1, 


5,000 


Highway, 


3M 


May 1, 


6,000 


Sewer, 


3 


July 1, 


4,000 


Water, 


43^ 


Sept. 1, 


5,000 


Union School, 


434 


Sept. 1, 


2,000 


Union School, 


m 


Sept. 18, 


1,000 


City Hall sprinkler, 


S'A 



$112,000 



TREASURY DEPARTMENT 



157 



Oct. 1, $5,000 City Hall and Auditorium, 4J^ 

Oct. 1, 4,000 Public improvement, 4^ 

Oct. 1, 2,000 Union School, 4 

Dec. 1, 14,000 Union School, 4H 

Dec. 29, 4,000 Engineering Dept. equipment 

No. 2, 3H 



Jan . ] 


, 1937, 18,000 


Water, 


41^ 


April ] 


1,000 


Central Fire Station, 


33^ 


April 1 


2,000 


Sewer, 


3H 


April 15 


1,000 


Walker Street sewer, 


3H 


April 21 


3,000 


Highway Dept. equipment. 


3 


May 1 


4,000 


Departmental equipment, 


4K 


May 1 


10,500 


Public improvement and 


re- 






funding. 


4 


May 1 


2,500 


Sewer, 


4 


May 1 


5,000 


Highway, 


3H 


May 1 


6,000 


Sewer, 


3 


July 1 


4,000 


Water, 


43^ 


Sept. 1 


5,000 


Union School, 


m 


Sept. 1 


2,000 


Union School, 


W2 


Sept. 18 


1,000 


City Hall sprinkler, 


3H 


Oct. 1 


5,000 


City Hall and Auditorium, 


4}^ 


Oct. 1 


4,000 


Public improvement. 


4M 


Oct. 1 


2,000 


Union School, 


4 


Dec. 1 


14,000 


Union School, 


4M 


Dec. 29 


4,000 


Engineering Dept. equipment 






No. 2, 


3% 



$94,000 



94,000 



Feb. 


1, 


April 


1, 


April 


1, 


April 15, 


April 


21, 


May 




May 




May 




May 




May 




July 




Sept. 




Sept. 




Oct. 





1938, 9,000 Water, ^M 
1,000 Central Fire Station, 33^2 
2,000 Sewer, 33^ 
1,000 Walker Street sewer, 33-^ 
3,000 Highway Dept. equipment, 3 
4,000 Departmental equipment, 43<i 
10,500 Public improvement and re- 
funding, 4 
2,500 Sewer, 4 
5,000 Highway, 334 
6,000 Sewer, 3 
4,000 Water, 43^ 
5,000 Union School, 434 
2,000 Union School, 43^ 
5,000 City Hall, 43^ 



158 



CITY OF CONCORD 



Oct. 


1, 


$4,000 


Public improvement. 


4J4 


Oct. 


1, 


2,000 


Union School, 


4 


Dec. 


1, 

1, 1939, 


14,000 


Union School, 
Water, 


4J4 


Feb. 


9,000 


4M 


April 


1, 


1,000 


Central Fire Station, 


3^ 


April 


1, 


2,000 


Sewer, 


3H 


April 15, 


1,000 


Walker Street sewer. 


33^ 


April 21, 


3,000 


Highway Dept. equipment. 


3 


May 


1, 


4,000 


Departmental equipment. 


4^ 


May 


1, 


5,000 


Highway, 


3^ 


May 


1, 


6,000 


Sewer, 


3 


July 


1, 


4,000 


Water, 


4H 


Sept. 


1, 


5,000 


Union School, 


4J4 


Sept. 


1, 


2,000 


Union School, 


4M 


Oct. 


1, 


5,000 


City Hall, 


4H 


Oct. 


1, 


4,000 


Public improvement. 


4^ 


Oct. 


1. 


2,000 


Union School, 


4 


Dec. 


1, 

1, 1940, 


14,000 


Union School, 
Water, 


4J€ 


Feb. 


9,000 


4K 


April 


1, 


1,000 


Central Fire Station, 


3M 


April 


1, 


2,000 


Sewer, 


33^ 


April 15, 


1,000 


Walker Street sewer, 


3H 


May 


1, 


4,000 


Departmental equipment, 


4^ 


May 


1, 


5,000 


Highway, 


3M 


May 


1, 


6,000 


Sewer, 


3 


July 


1, 


4,000 


Water, 


4H 


Sept. 


1. 


5,000 


Union School, 


^H 


Sept. 


1, 


2,000 


Union School, 


43^ 


Oct. 


1, 


5,000 


City Hall, 


4^ 


Oct. 


1, 


4,000 


Public improvement, 


4M 


Oct. 


1, 


2,000 


Union School, 


4 


Dec. 


1, 

1, 1941, 


14,000 


Union School, 
Water, 


43^ 


Feb. 


9,000 


43^ 


April 


1, 


1,000 


Central Fire Station, 


3H 


April 


1, 


1,000 


Sewer, 


S'A 


April 


15, 


1,000 


Walker Street sewer. 


W2 


May 


1, 


4,000 


Departmental equipment, 


AH 


May 


1, 


5,000 


Highway equipment. 


SM 


May 


1, 


6,000 


Sewer, 


3 


July 


1, 


4,000 


Water, 


A'A 



$80,000 



67,000 



64,000 



TREASURY DEPARTMENT 159 



Sept. 1, 


$5,000 


Union School, 


4^ 


Sept. 1, 


2,000 


Union School, 


4H 


Oct. 1, 


5,000 


City Hall and Auditorium, 


4H 


Oct. 1, 


2,000 


Union School, 


4 


Dec. 1, 


14,000 


Union School, 
Water, 


4M 


Feb. 1, 1942, 


9,000 


^H 


April 1, 


1,000 


Central Fire Station, 


33^ 


April 1, 


1,000 


Sewer, 


3H 


April 15, 


1,000 


Walker Street sewer, 


3H 


May 1, 


4,000 


Departmental equipment. 


4>^ 


May 1, 


5,000 


Highway, 


Wi 


May 1, 


6,000 


Sewer, 


3 


July 1, 


4,000 


Water, 


4>^ 


Sept. 1, 


5,000 


Union School, 


4^ 


Sept. 1, 


2,000 


Union School, 


4K 


Oct. 1, 


5,000 


City Hall, 


^V2 


Oct. 1, 


2,000 


Union School, 


4 


Dec. 1, 


14,000 


Union School, 
Water, 


4M 


Feb. 1, 1943, 


9,000 


434 


April 1, 


1,000 


Central Fire Station, 


31^ 


April 1, 


1,000 


Sewer, 


33^ 


April 15, 


1,000 


Walker Street sewer, 


3^ 


May 1, 


4,000 


Departmental equipment. 


4J^ 


May 1, 


5,000 


Highway, 


3J^ 


May 1, 


6,000 


Sewer, 


3 


July 1, 


4,000 


Water, 


43^ 


Sept. 1, 


5,000 


Union School, 


414 


Sept. 1, 


2,000 


Union School, 


43^ 


Oct. 1, 


5,000 


City Hall, 


43^ 


Dec. 1, 


14,000 


Union School, 
Water, 


4M 


Feb. 1, 1944, 


9,000 


4^ 


April 1, 


1,000 


Central Fire Station, 


3H 


April 1, 


1,000 


Sewer, 


3^ 


April 15, 


1,000 


Walker Street sewer. 


3J^ 


May 1, 


4,000 


Departmental equipment, 


4^ 


May 1, 


5,000 


Highway, 


3^ 


May 1, 


6,000 


Sewer, 


3 


July 1, 


4,000 


Water, 


4^ 


Sept. 1, 


5,000 


Union School, 


4J4 


Sept. 1, 


2,000 


Union School, 


4^ 



$59,000 



59,000 



57,000 



160 CITY OF CONCORD 

Oct. 1, $5,000 CityPIall, 4J^ 

Dec. 1, 14,000 Union School, 4^ 



Feb. 1, 1945, 


9,000 


Water, 


4^ 


April 1, 


1,000 


Central Fire Station, 


3M 


April 1, 


1,000 


Sewer, 


^V2 


April 15, 


1,000 


Walker Street sewer. 


3M 


May 1, 


4,000 


Departmental equipment. 


414 


May 1, 


5,000 


Highway, 


3^ 


May 1, 


6,000 


Sewer, 


3 


July 1, 


4,000 


Water, 


4K 


Sept. 1, 


5,000 


Union School, 


414 


Sept. 1, 


2,000 


Union School, 


4H 


Oct. 1, 


5,000 


City Hall, 


4H 


Dec. 1, 


14,000 


Union School, 
Water, 


41^ 


Feb. 1, 1946, 


9,000 


4}^ 


April 1, 


1,000 


Central Fire Station, 


3M 


April 1, 


1,000 


Sewer, 


3H 


April 15, 


1,000 


Walker Street sewer. 


3M 


May 1, 


4,000 


Departmental equipment, 


4^ 


May 1, 


5,000 


Highway, 


3J4 


May 1, 


6,000 


Sewer, 


3 


July 1, 


4,000 


Water, 


4K 


Sept. 1, 


5,000 


Union School, 


4J4 


Sept. 1, 


2,000 


Union School, 


4H 


Oct. 1, 


5,000 


City Hall, 


4H 


Dec. 1, 


14,000 


Union School, 


4M 



Feb. 1, 1947, 9,000 Water, ^K 

April 1, 1,000 Central Fire Station, 3^ 

April 1, 1,000 Sewer, 3^ 

May 1, 6,000 Sewer, 3 

July 1, 4,000 Water, 43-^ 

Sept. 1, 5,000 Union School, 4^ 

Oct. 1, 5,000 City Hall, 4^ 

Dec. 1, 14,000 Union School, 434 



Feb. 1, 1948, 9,000 Water, 43^ 

April 1, 1,000 Central Fire Station, 3>^ 

April 1, 1,000 Sewer, W2 

May 1, 6,000 Sewer, 3 



$57,000 



57,000 



57,000 



45,000 



TREASURY DEPARTMENT 161 



Sept. 1, $5,000 Union School, 4J4 

Dec. 1, 14,000 Union School, 4^ 



Feb. 


1, 


1949, 


9,000 


Water, 


4K 


April 


1, 




1,000 


Central Fire Station, 


3H 


April 


1, 




1,000 


Sewer, 


3H 


May 


1, 




4,000 


Sewer, 


3 


Dec. 


1, 
1, 


1950, 


14,000 


Union School, 
Water, 


4J€ 


Feb. 


9,000 


4J€ 


April 


1, 




1,000 


Central Fire Station, 


sy2 


April 


1, 




1,000 


Sewer, 


W2 


May 


1, 




4,000 


Sewer, 


3 


Dec. 


1, 
1, 


1951, 


14,000 


Union School, 
Water, 


4M 


Feb. 


9,000 


4J4 


April 


1. 




1,000 


Central Fire Station, 


3H 


April 


1, 




1,000 


Sewer, 


3H 


May 


1, 




4,000 


Sewer, 


3 


Dec. 


1, 
1, 


1952, 


14,000 


Union School, 
Central Fire Station, 


414 


April 


1,000 


3^ 


April 


1, 




1,000 


Sewer, 


3^ 


May 


1, 




4,000 


Sewer, 


3 


Dec. 


1, 
1, 


1953, 


14,000 


Union School, 
Central Fire Station, 


4)€ 


April 


1,000 


3K 


April 


1, 




1,000 


Sewer, 


3H 


May 


1, 




4,000 


Sewer, 


3 


Dec. 


1, 




14,000 


Union School, 


4J^ 



April 1, 1954, 1,000 Central Fire Station, 3^ 

April 1, 1,000 Sewer, 3^ 

May 1, 3,000 Sewer, 3 

Dec. 1, 14,000 Union School, 4^ 



Dec. 1, 1955, 14,000 Union School, 4M 



$36,000 



29,000 



29,000 



29,000 



20,000 



20,000 



19,000 
14,000 



162 CITY OF CONCORD 

Dec. 1, 1956, $14,000 Union School, 



Dec. 1, 1957, 14,000 Union School, 



Dec. 1, 1958, 14,000 Union School, 



Dec. 1, 1959 14,000 Union School, 



Dec. 1, 1960, 14,000 Union School, 



Dec. 1, 1961, 14,000 Union School, 



Dec. 1, 1962, 14,000 Union School, 



Dec. 1, 1963, 14,000 Union School, 



Dec. 1, 1964, 14,000 Union School, 



Dec. 1, 1965, 14,000 Union School, 
Total, 



41^ 


$14,000 


4M 


14,000 


4^ 


14,000 


4M 


14,000 


4J4 


14,000 


4M 


14,000 


4J€ 


14,000 


4M 


14,000 


4)€ 


14,000 


4M 


14,000 




$1,238,000 



FINANCIAL STATEMENT OF THE 
CITY OF CONCORD 



For the Twelve Months Ending December 31, 1934 



Aid, 

Resolution No. 1027, 



City Relief 

Appropriation 

$12,000.00 

2,639.12 



Expended 
$14,639.12 



$32,436.57 $32,335.70 
City Hall and Auditorium 



Salary, messenger. 

Salary, janitor, 

Fuel, 

Lights, 

Insurance, 

Incidentals, 



$1,456.25 


$1,456.25 


1,211.60 


1,211.60 


1,600.00 


1,523.25 


1,100.00 


1,305.52 


1,800.00 


1,853.91 


1,000.00 


715.68 



Balance 







$14,639.12 


$14,639.12 




Bonds and Notes 




Bridge, 




$4,000.00 


$4,000.00 


City Hall and Auditorium, 




5,000.00 


5,000.00 


Departmental equipment, 




4,000.00 


4,000.00 


Public improvement, 




19,000.00 


19,000.00 


Public improvement and 


re- 






fund, 




10,500.00 


10,500.00 


Sewers, 




12,500.00 


12,500.00 




Cemeteries 




Care, 




$13,638.00 


$29,434.83 


Special work, 




2,500.00 


2,500.00 


Water and sewer pipes. Reso- 






lution No. 1020, 




400.87 


400.87 


Income, Trust Funds, 




6,453.91 




Income, Permanent Fund, 




2,002.86 




Income, Transferred Accounts, 


6,943.77 




Special dividend and an 


ac- 






crued income. 




497.16 





$100.87 



^,167.85 



^,066.21 



$101.64 



164 



CITY OF CONCORD 





Mayor 








Appropriation 


Expended 


Balance 


Salary, 


$1,800.00 


$1,800.00 




Incidentals, 


775.00 


770.05 






$2,575.00 


$2,570.05 


$4.95 




City Clerk 






Salary, City Clerk, 


$2,105.00 


$2,105.00 




Salary, Clerk, Board of Pub- 






lic Works, 


200.00 


200.00 




Salary, clerks. 


4,375.00 


4,392.68 




Incidentals, 


750.00 


665.51 




Auto upkeep, 


400.00 


400.00 






$7,830.00 


$7,763.19 


$66.81 




City Treasurer 






Salary, 


$1,265.00 


$1,265.00 




Clerk hire. 


400.00 


400.00 




Incidentals, 


450.00 


452.47 




Resolution No. 1027, 


2.47 








$2,117.47 


$2,117.47 






City Solicitor 






Salary, 


$1,000.00 


$1,000.00 




Incidentals, 


50.00 


29.69 






$1,050.00 


$1,029.69 


$20.31 




City Physicians 






Salary, physician. 


$600.00 


$600.00 




Salary, assistant, 


100.00 


100.00 





$700.00 



$700.00 



City clock, 
Clock, Ward One. 



Care City Clocks 

$85.00 $85.00 

25.00 25.00 



$110.00 



$110.00 



financial statement 

Assessors 



165 







Appropriation 


Expended 


Balance 


Salary, 


Assessors, 


$5,760.00 


$5,760.00 




Salary, 


clerks, 


2,478.45 


2,443.99 




Auto hire, 


400.00 


400.00 




Listing 


polls, 


600.00 


600.00 




Incider 


itals. 


700.00 


705.09 






$9,938.45 


$9,909.08 


$29.37 






Tax Collector 






Salary, 


Collector, 


$2,806.25 


$2,806.25 




Salary, 


clerks, 


2,165.45 


1,667.59 




Postage and printing, 


750.00 


926.25 




Inciden 


itals, 


258.00 


476.99 






$5,979.70 


$5,877.08 


$102.62 






Police Court 






Salary, Judge, 


$1,620.00 


$1,620.00 




Salary, Associate Judge, 


500.00 


500.00 




Salary, 


Clerk, 


600.00 


600.00 





$2,720.00 $2,720.00 
Sealer of Weights and Measures 



Salary, 


$720.00 


$720.00 


Auto upkeep. 


200 


.00 


200 


.00 


Incidentals, 


100, 


,00 


53 


.43 




$1,020.00 


$973.43 $46.57 




Elections 








Salary, officers, 


$2,800, 


,00 


$2,496.00 


Incidentals, 


900. 


00 


833, 


,37 




$3,700.00 


$3,329. 


37 $370.63 




Fire Department 






Salary, Chief, 


$2,432. 


00 


$2,432.08 


Salaries, permanent men, 


34,794. 


00 


35,381 . 


54 


Salaries, semi-annual, 


9,855. 


00 


9,765. 


46 


Fuel, 


1,800. 


00 


1,978. 


52 


Lights, 


1,100. 


00 


1,044. 


99 


Upkeep equipment, 


2,200. 


00 


2,102. 


31 



166 CITY OF CONCORD 





Appropriation 


Expended 


Laundry, 


$85.00 


$77.00 


Fire inspection, 


1,000.00 


870.74 


Fire alarm, 


2,900 . 00 


2,559.53 


Hose, 


1,000.00 


1,036.00 


Telephone and insurance. 


1,558.00 


1,466.97 


Repairs, 


1,000.00 


1,241.79 


New equipment, 


1,000.00 


1,123.28 


Incidentals, 


1,800.00 


1,715.00 


Oil burner. Central Fire sta- 






tion. Resolution No. 1002, 


650.00 


650.00 


Resolution No. 1027, a/c earn- 






ings. 


271.21 





$63,445.21 $63,445.21 

Board of Health 

Salary, Sanitary Officer, $1,870.84 $1,870.84 

Salary, clerk, 1,111.00 1,111.00 

Auto upkeep, 200.00 200.00 

Fumigation supplies, 50 . 00 

Communicable diseases, 500 . 00 435 . 88 

V. D. Clinic, 500.00 581.23 

Diphtheria Clinic, 250.00 98.07 

Incidentals, 350.00 527.52 

Salary, Milk Inspector, 1,683.75 1,683.75 

Auto upkeep, 400.00 400.0,0 

Incidentals, 300.00 294.54 



Department of Public Works 

Roads and bridges, $167,170.76 $199,214.62 

Resolution No. 1027, a/c earn- 
ings, 32,043.86 



$199,214.62 $199,214.62 

Garbage, $35,000.00 $35,491.75 

Resolution No. 1027, a/c earn- 
ings, 491.75 



$35,491.75 $35,491.75 
Table garbage, $4,360.00 $4,360.00 



Balance 



$7,215.59 $7,202.83 $12.76 



FINANCIAL STATEMENT 167 

Appropriation Expended Balance 

Sewers, $10,136.24 $13,891.48 

Resolution No. 1027, a/c earn- 
ings, 3,755.24 



$13,891.48 $13,891.48 

Trees, $6,702.00 $6,734.77 

Resolution No. 1027, a/c earn- 
ings, 32.77 



$6,734.77 $6,734.77 

Lighting streets, $40,970.00 $41,011.20 

Resolution No. 1027, 41 . 20 



$41,011.20 $41,011.20 
Engineering Department, $5,275.00 $5,273.43 $1.57 

Incidentals and Land Damages 
Appropriation, $2,000.00 $1,885.00 $115.00 



Interest Notes and Bonds 


Bonds, 


$9,571.25 


$13,033.75 


Highway Department, equip- 






ment. 




225.00 


Resolution No. 1027, 


3,687.50 






$13,258.75 


$13,258.75 


Sewers, 


$850.00 


$850.00 


Temporary loans, 


16,500.00 
Parks 


6,837.54 


Salary, Superintendent, 


$1,683.75 


$1,683.75 


Salary, employees. 


3,676.00 


3,695.20 


Shrubbery and trees. 


500.00 


82.90 


Fence, White Park, 


300.00 


187.20 


Trucking, 


400.00 


403.70 


Incidentals, 


1,000.00 


1,401.06 



),662.46 



$7,559.75 $7,453.81 $105.94 



168 CITY OF CONCORD 

Playgrounds and Bath 

Appropriation Expended Balance 

Appropriation, $6,300.00 $7,368.03 

Resolution No. 1011, 1,000.00 

Resolution No. 1027, 68.03 



$7,368.03 $7,368.03 

Recreation Commission 

Appropriation, $2,500.00 $5,019.29 

Note, 2,000.00 

Interest on note, 47 . 50 

Resolution No. 1027, a/c earn- 
ings, 3,238.46 
Resolution No. 1027, ' 1,328.33 









$7,066.79 


$7,066.79 








Public Library 






Appropriation, 






$7,500.00 


$13,422.99 




Income Trust Funds, 






4,598.75 






Resolution No. 1027, 


a/c 


fines. 


541.00 






Resolution No. 1027, 


a/c 


rent. 








Battery Station, 




- 


840.00 








$13,479.75 


$13,422.99 


$56.76 






Police and Watch 






Salary, Chief, 






$2,432.08 


$2,432.08 




Salary, Deputy, 






2,245.00 


2,245.00 




Salary, officers, 






34,821.00 


34,398.87 




Salary, specials. 






3,000.00 


3,872.66 




Salary, stenographer. 






1,028.33 


1,028.33 




Repairs, 






1,200.00 


1,075.02 




Fuel, 






1,500.00 


1,281.04 




liights, 






1,350.00 


1,110.76 




Auto and auto supplies. 




2,100.00 


2,299.53 




Marking streets. 






250.00 


1,147.25 




Telephone and Gamewell 


, 


600.00 


483.60 




Insurance, 






600.00 


336.90 




Keeping prisoners. 






200.00 


171.45 




Incidentals, 






1,100.00 


906.77 




Printing, 






400.00 


92.40 




Guns, 






500.00 


423.33 





$53,326.41 $53,304.99 $21.42 



FINANCIAL STATEMENT 169 



Printing and Stationery 




Appropriation Expended 


Balance 


Appropriation, $2,500.00 $2,464.81 


$35.19 


Public Comfort Station 




Salaries, $960.00 $1,155.00 




Incidentals, 500.00 326.28 




Resolution No. 1027, a/c earn- 




ings, 21.28 





$1,481.28 $1,481.28 

Repairs Buildings 

Appropriation, $1,800.00 $1,638.01 $161.99 

Salary Board of Aldermen 

Appropriation, $1,915.00 $1,915.00 

Zoning 

Appropriation, $250.00 $147.82 $102.18 

Federal Projects 

Appropriation, $1,000.00 $996.12 $3.88 

Memorial Athletic Field Bleachers 

Resolution No. 997, $2,500.00 $2,500.00 

Miscellaneous 

Band concerts, $800.00 $800.00 
Memorial Day, 300.00 297.57 $2.43 
Margaret Pillsbuiy Hospital, 4,500.00 4,500.00 
N. H. Memorial Hospital, 2,500.00 2,500.00 
Family Welfare Society, 350.00 350.00 
Concord District Nui'sing As- 
sociation, 350.00 350.00 
Penacook District Nursing As- 
sociation 100.00 100.00 
Dog licenses, 248. 14 

Land Airport Purposes 

Resolution No. 987, $400.00 $225.00 $175.00 

Relief Gardens 

Resolution No . 997, $500 . 00 $422 .71 $77.29 



170 CITY OF CONCORD 

Armistice Day 

Appropriation Expended Balance 

Resolution No. 1019, $100.00 $100.00 

1933 Real Estate Sold for Unpaid Taxes 
Resolution No. 1018, $22,818.12 $22,818.12 

Taxes on Land Sold Citt 

Resolution No. 1016, $7,997.46 $7,997.46 

Resolution No. 1017, 83.60 83.60 

Schools 
Union School District: 

Balance, 1933, $153,994.86 $314,494.86 

Voted by district, 312,797 . 75 

Increase in salaries, 6,500 . 00 

Teachers' pensions, 6,500.00 

Dog licenses, 2,255 . 30 

Abial Walker Trust Fund, 28 . 04 



$482,075.95 $314,494.86 $167,581.09 



Interest, school bonds, $23,628.75 

Balance, 1933, 9,170.00 $24,337.50 



$32,798 . 75 $24,337 . 50 $8,461 . 25 
School bonds, $23,000.00 



Balance, 1933, 10,000.00 ' ^33,000.00 

Penacook District: 

Balance, 1933, $11,068.71 $22,000.00 

Voted by district, 2 1 ,095 . 25 

Dog licenses, 157. 13 

Abial Walker Trust Fund , 1 . 96 



$32,323.05 $22,000.00 $10,323.05 

County tax, $76,922.87 

State tax, $85,904.00 

Memorial Athletic Field Bond Account 

Balance, 1933, $570.18 $386.07 $184.11 

New Equipment Highway Department, No. 1 

Serial notes, $15,000.00 $14,957.86 $42.14 



FINANCIAL STATEMENT 171 
New Equipment Highway Department, No. 2 

Appropriation Expended Balance 

Serial notes, $12,000.00 S9,962.00 $2,038.00 

Sewer Bond Account 

Sale of bonds, $144,931.26 $53,990.63 $90,940.63 

Central Fire Station Bond Account 

Sale of bonds, $20,255.78 $16,888.96 $3,366.82 

Highway Bond Account 

Sale of bonds, $61,044.00 $57,520.65 $3,523.35 

Sprinkler System City Hall 

Serial notes, $3,000.00 $2,006.00 $994.00 

Receipts Paid 

Temporary loans, $575,000.00 $475,000.00 

Refunded notes paid in 1934, 200,000 . 00 

Notes issued October payable April 17, 

1935, $100,000.00 

Disbursements 

City departments, $594,516.31 

City relief, 14,639.12 

City notes, 677,000.00 

City bonds, 55,000.00 

Interest notes and bonds, 20,993 . 79 

Schools, 336,494.86 

School bonds, 33,000.00 

School interest on bonds, 24,337.50 

County tax, 76,922.87 

State tax, 85,904.00 

Paid outstanding orders, 18,621 . 88 
Balance on hand (outstanding and unpaid notes issued 
in anticipation of taxes for $100,000 due April 17, 

1935), 61,506.32 



$1,998,936.65 
Less outstanding orders unpaid, 12,038.62 



$1,986,898.03 



172 



CITY OF CONCORD 



Water Works 



Cash balance, January 1, 1934, 

Water rents, 

Expended per orders, 

Bonds, 

Interest on bonds. 

Outstanding orders paid, 

Balance on hand, January 1, 1935, 



Less outstanding orders unpaid, 



Receipts 

835,536.69 
104,628.34 



Paid 



$79,326.37 

22,000.00 

10,755.00 

1,189.43 

27,774.87 



$140,165.03 $141,045.67 
880.64 



$140,165.03 



ARTHUR E. ROBY, 

City Clerk. 



MUNICIPAL DEBTS 



Funded Debts 
Bridge bonds, SI 0,000. 00 
City Hall and Auditorium bonds 65,000 . 00 
Departmental equipment bonds 48,000.00 
Public improvement bonds, 82,000 . 00 
Public improvement and re- 
funding bonds, 42,000 . 00 
Central Fire Station bonds, 20,000 . 00 
Highway bonds, (30,000 . 00 
Sewer bonds, 145,000.00 
Engineering Department, equip- 
ment note, No. 1, 15,000.00 
Engineering Department, equip- 
ment note, No. 2, 12,000.00 
Sprinkler System, City Hall, 

notes, 3,000.00 



Debt Not Funded 

Orders outstanding January 1, 

1935, S12,038.62 

Interest accrued, not yet due, 

municipal bonds, 3,232.95 

Coupons overdue, not pre- 
sented, municipal bonds, 80 . 00 

Coupons overdue, not pre- 
sented, school bonds, 105.00 

Due school districts, 186,365.39 

Due Memorial Athletic Field 

bond account, 184.11 

Temporary Loan notes unpaid, 100,000 . 00 



$452,000.00 



Total debt not funded, 302,006.07 

Total city indebtedness, 754,006.07 



174 



CITY OF CONCORD 



Available Assets 



Treasurer's cash balance Jan- 
uary 1, 1935 (including out- 
standing and unpaid notes 
issued in anticipation of taxes 
for S100,000, due April 17, 
1935), 
Taxes, 1929, uncollected, 
Taxes, 1930, uncollected, 
Taxes, 1931, uncollected, 
Taxes, 1932, uncollected. 
Taxes, 1933, uncollected, 
Taxes, 1934, uncollected, 
Cash in hand of Tax Collector, 

January 1, 1935, 
Cash in hand of City Clerk, Jan- 
uary 1, 1935, account motor 
vehicle permits, 
Taxes bid in by city, 
Revolving fund, 
Due Highway Department, 



$61,506.32 

2,775.28 
4,278.02 
7,456.25 
7,222.64 
8,245.88 
227,809.69 

306.35 



88.37 

23,178.14 

250.00 

220.50 



$343,337.44 



Indebtedness above assets, Jan- 
uary 1, 1935, 



410,668.63 



Indebtedness above assets, Jan- 
uary 1, 1934, 

Increase for the year. 



204,932.56 
205,736.07 



FINANCIAL STATEMENT 175 

PRECINCT DEBT 
Funded Debt 



Water Works bonds, 


$232,000.00 




Sewer bonds, 


10,000.00 


$242,000.00 






Debt Not Funded 




Outstanding orders unpaid, Jan- 






uary 1, 1935, 


$880.64 




Interest accrued, not yet due. 






water bonds. 


4,616.25 




Interest accrued, not yet due. 






sewer bonds. 


66.67 




Coupons overdue, not presented. 






water bonds. 


191.00 




Coupons overdue, not presented. 






sewer bonds, 


92.50 


5,847.06 








$247,847.06 



Available Assets 

Cash on hand, Water Depart- 
ment, January 1, 1935, $27,774.87 

Net precinct debt, January 1, 

1935, 220,072.19 

Net precinct debt, January 1, 

1934, 247,664.17 

Decrease for the year, 27,591 . 98 

Other Precinct Liabilities 



Union School District bonds, $544,000 . 00 
Interest accrued, not yet due, 3,048.76 



547,048.76 



176 CITY OF CONCORD 

RECAPITULATION 

Net regular debt, $4 10,(368 . 63 

precinct debt, 220,072.19 

school districts, 547,048 . 76 



[,177,789.58 
Increase for the year, 144,907.02 



CITY PROPERTY 



Having Value but Not Considered Available Assets 

Water Department, $1,630,312.93 

Fire Department, 280,320.00 

Highway Department, 82,836.50 

Engineering Department, ],544.50 

Sewer Department, 6,824.30 

Health Department , 975 . 00 

Milk Inspection Department, 2,300.00 

Police Department, 64,650.00 

City Clerk's Office, 2,525 . 00 

Mayor's Office, 250.00 

Assessors' Office, 11,000.00 

Tax Collector's Office, 400.00 

Sealer of Weights 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 



J,696,624.53 



1934 

Population of city (1930), 25,228 

Valuation of city, $31,969,987 

Tax assessed for the year, 981,805.50 

Rate of taxation, $16.96 per $1,000 

Rate of Union School District, $12.46 

Rate of sewer precinct, $.56 

Total rate, $29.98 per $1,000 



VITAL STATISTICS 



VITAL STATISTICS 



Births Registered in the City of Concord for the Year Ending 
December 31, 1934 

JANUARY 



Date Child's Name 

1 Donald Alan 

Raymond Clarence . . 

Donald Roy 

Kenneth Herliert . . . . 
Katharine Elizabeth . 

Paul Emile 

Marjorie 

John Stanton 

Kenneth Roland 

Robert Lee 

Bruce Anthony 



.M. L. 



.F. 
. M. 
.F. 

.M. 



Donald J 

Ruth Jeanette . . . 
Melvin Franklin . 
Edward Earl . . . . 

Hazel K 

Ethel M 

Carolyn Althea . . 



Armand Joseph . 
Arthur John . . . 



Patricia Ann 

Beverly Ruth 

Arthur Neil 

Lawrence Franklin . 
Richard Victor . . . . 

Glenda Mae 

Reginald Hill, Jr. . . 
Donald William . . . 
Clinton Henry, Jr. . 
Joanne Rebecca . . . 

Marilyn Joan 

Hugh Arthur 

Joan Pearle 

Loren Eastman . . . . 

Alice Elaine 

Jean Wilson 

Sylvia Verne 

Lois Ann 

Russell Elwin 



.M. 

.F. 
.M. 



M. 



Mother's 
Father's Name Maiden Name 

Robley F. Carr Evelyn M. Brunei 

Louisa A. Weatherbee 

Ralph B. Lucier Pansy M. Watterson 

Everett L. Gould Gladys Wilcox 

Maurice F. Ford Elizabeth Tonkin 

Edgar G. Bourgault Albertine Labreque 

Edward G. French Frances Phelps 

John J. Hallinan Louisa R. Stanton 

Pasquale Capasso Ruth Laclair 

Charles H. Westgate Mary C. Costa 

Wayne R. Carnes Helen Gammell 

Perley G. White Bertina G. Glover 

Ernest J. Croteau Rosaline Rolfe 

Nelson J. Laclair Jennie O'Brien 

Ora W. Harris Jessie McClary 

Raymond T. Auprey Melvina S. Hall 

Forrest A. Leavitt Pearle B. Greer 

Claude G. Pierce Evelyn A. Symonds 

Ralph W. Darrah Sarah E. Flint 

Charles J. Masse Flora M. Mayo 

Armand J. Nolan Esther McMichael 

Armand J. Nolan Esther McMichael 

Harry J. Welch Ruth Swenson 

Karle Johnson Marian Powers 

Harold E. Dimond Evonne A. Miner 

George F. Abbott Ruth I. Jackman 

Theodore Jacques Emma Desmarais 

Carl A. Wester Olga L Menard 

Howard E. Barker Mabel A. Giddis 

Reginald H. Rice Dorothy Gaudreau 

Edgar J. Foy Phyllis Malm 

Clinton H. Atkinson Hattie S. Garland 

Robert L. Saltmarsh Gertrude Knight 

Almon W. Griswold Muriel A. Dustin 

Frank A. Abbott Virginia Allen 

Freeman M. Grimes Pearle A. Sargent 

J. Philip Shepard Evelyn M. Towne 

Francis Smart Olive Stevens 

Earle C. Coates Marion D. Corbett 

Carl H. Esty Elizabeth Hubley 

George Wright Alice Craigue 

Russell E. Wilcox Muriel P. Giguere 



BIRTHS 



181 



FEBRUARY 



Date Child's Name 

1 Bert Robinson MX. 

1 James Bernard " " 

2 Charles Oilman " " 

2 Jonathan Ayers 

2 Arthur Albert " " 

2 Anne Elizabeth F. " 

3 John Leonard M. " 

3 F. " 

3 Ann Claire " " 

4 Kathleen Margaret " S. 

5 John Clarence M. L. 

6 Mary Joan F. " 

7 Elonora Stella 

7 Beverly May " " 

7 Carl Jerome M. " 

8 Sally Gertrude F. " 

9 Rita Florence " " 

9 Ford M.S. 

9 Thomas John " L. 

10 Douglas Anthony 

11 Sylvia Louise F. " 

11 Pajaethomas M. " 

11 — ■ Pajaethomas " " 

12 William Edward " " 

12 William Henry " " 

13 Frank Edward 

13 Frances Pauline F. " 

15 Corinne Ruth " " 

15 Angela Maria " 

15 Bettie Louise " " 

17 Piokard William M. " 

17 Allan Lester " " 

18 Edward Gene " " 

19 Edgar Arthur " " 

20 Evelyn Barbara F. " 

20 Helen Prescott " " 

21 M. " 

21 Jean F. " 

22 JohnM., Jr M. " 

22 Nancy Caldwell F. " 

23 David Richard M. " 

24 Marl Duane " " 

26 John Mannion " " 

26 Byron George " " 

27 George Richard " " 

27 Merilyn Irene F. " 

27 David Andrew M. " 

28 Lorraine Elizabeth F. " 

28 Joanne " " 

28 Patricia Margaret " " 

28 Ruth Alberta " " 



Mother's 
Father's Name Maiden Name 

Laurence F. Whittemore Evelyn D. Fulf ord 

Milo V. Lindgren Cecelia Langlois 

Mansfield S. Crafts Eliza Colby 

Woodbury Howard Jane Graves 

Leon Guimond Eva J. Ploud 

Walter E. Kennison Ruth Foley 

Leonard G. Dragon Helen M. Geary 

Shirley O. Townes Nora B. Emerson 

Ernest E. Drapeau Gertrude Smith 

Patrick J. O'Toole Margaret Gary 

Clarence Sweeney Luella S. Palmer 

Roger A. Faretra Pauline M. LaChiatti 

George D. Peverly Leola Howser 

Wilfred D. Lucier Alice Shonyo 

Carl L. Stewartson Harriet E. Sidebotham 

Sherburne Tilton Dorothy Hall 

Harley G. French Sarah M. Heath 

Orra H. Ford Florence A. Eastman 

Charles H. Keegan Marie Rogers 

Caesar A. Schenella Ethel Kelley 

Fred J. Perry Laura O'Clair 

Lillian Andreijoulos 

Lillian Andreijoulos 

William E. White Florence H. Morgan 

Earney Mayo Florence Humphrey 

Arthur Fortier Barbara Sleeper 

Henry A. Royce Pauline R. Crowe 

John E. Bartlett Marion E. Carr 

Anthony M. Cereillo Rosa M. Barasso 

John R. Bresaw Dora R. Provencal 

Albert J. Labrie Helen C. Foley 

Damon F. Savage Barbara Mills 

Leonard S. Drew Hazel E. Blanchard 

Charles E. Kenney Lillian Spencer 

Frank D. Hutchinson Eva M. Bassett 

Harold White Ruth Prescott 

George G. Stavros Cole Oeek 

Austin P. Cate Cynthia Rice 

John M. Mitchell Dorothy Smith 

John E. Buntin Mary W. Barnard 

Richard W. Pearce Hilda Buchan 

Lawrence Tonkin Merle E. Chase 

John S. Clinton Mary E. Mannion 

William A. Cressy Olive M. Hall 

Perley Barnard Eulela E. Craig 

Leon W^. Anderson Irene Chenard 

Rudolph W. May : . . Margaret Halm 

Thomas E. Angwin Leona LaFlamme 

Joseph E. Rell Doris E. Wells 

John A. Murphy Winifred Goodwin 

Walter Brooks Ethel Dow 



182 



CITY OF CONCORD 



MARCH 



Date Child's Name 

1 Verna Louise 

Marie Bernadette Laurette. 

Rose Julia 

Henry Ordway 

Patricia Joan 

Joseph Alphonse Robert . . . 
Richard Cornelius Joseph . . 

Mildred 

Carl Anderson 

Albert Raymond 

Dorothy Ella 

Gordon Harry 

Marlene Faith 

Paul Arthur 

Patrick Joseph, Jr 

Donald Richard 

Cynthia Ann 

Clifton Neal 

Joan Elizabeth 

Martha Arleen 

Richard Allen 

Gerard Leo 

Barbara Elizabeth 

Alice Marion 

Nancy Jane 

Donald W 

Maurice Alfred 

Mary Jane 

June Mary 

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9 

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13 

13 

14 

17 

19 

20 

22 

22 

23 

24 

24 

24 

24 

25 

27 

28 

28 

29 

30 

30 

31 

31 

31 



Norman 

Donald Edward . 



Jean Edwina Mary . . . . 

Carmela Vittoria 

Joseph Arthur Richard . 

Wardner Eugene 

William H. 3rd 

Eleanor Joyce 

Dorothy Joyce 

Richard Pearson 

Lois Marie 

White 

Bernard Charles 

Norman Edward 



Mother's 
Father's Name Maiden Name 

Frank R. Tyrrell Cora Palmer 

Oscar Desmarais Diana Lebrun 

Dominick Sanzone Idell Wiltshire 

Donald W. McFarland Frances Morton 

Margaret Wright 

Alphonse Gaudrau Rosanna Roy 

Joseph T. Preve Nina L Young 

Lesley C. Knowlton Lena Gingras 

R. Forrest Band Mildred Anderson 

George Wombolt Alice Jones 

Ralph W. Spofford Florence E. Holland 

Louis H. Bond Alice Langlois 

Charlotte L. Reed 

Paul A. Trombley Gertrude B. Foley 

Patrick J. Norton Elizabeth A. Gannon 

Richard Woodward Bernice I. Ford 

Wendell J. Butt Katherine Crabbe 

Charles B. Cressy Muriel B. Reddington 

Arthur F. Muzzey Irene Mathews 

Leonard S. Hill Alice A. Merrill 

George N. Ash Malvina M. Mason 

Arthur G. Lapierre Celia Labonte 

Alfred J. Cournoyer Elizabeth M. Ferrin 

John D. Johnson Clara E. Henry 

Dorothy Lucia 

William Caswell Olive Townsend 

William J. Flamand Evelyn L. Giguere 

Elie J. Fortier Margaret Juneau 

Alfred Watterson Mary Noe 

• Alice Davis 

Peter J. Lessard Eva J. Laplante 

Joseph Boisvert Vera Forsaith 

Charles M. Bean Martha A. Turnquist 

Emile A. Gagne Adelnina Corriveau 

Frank Alosa Jeanette Ginoveffo 

Herbert R. Corey Azeline Sumerville 

John J. Brasseau Amy D. Gile 

William H. Wilson, Jr Doris Toone 

John E. Hanson Evelyn G. Worth 

Harry D. Dennison Margaret B. Faust 

Frank C. Mazzur Dorothy Andrews 

Paul W. Heath Ruth R. Gaudette 

Beula L. White 

Henry L. Hodgman Mary O. Kelley 

J. Vyvyan Lemay Rose A. Bernier 



BIRTHS 



183 



APRIL 



Date Child's Name 

1 Irene Lydia 

2 Richard William 

3 Anne 

3 Damase Emos, Jr. . . 

3 Lois \'irginia 

3 Betty Ann 

3 John Clarence 

4 Jean 

5 Jeanne Ruth 

5 Phyllis Arline 

5 Louise Margaret . . . . 

5 Buckingham. 

6 Hugh Alexander. . . . 

7 James Paul 

8 Edwin Newell 

8 Priscilla Jean 

8 Barbara Ann 

9 Charles Richard . . . . 
9 Mary Alice Yvette . . 

10 Jane Angeline 

10 Gladys 

10 WiUiam 

11 Tommaso Giovanni. 
11 Anne Theresa 

11 Paul Andrew 

12 Everett Rae 

12 John Maxwell 

12 Baxter James, Jr. . . . 

14 Diane Elizabeth .... 

14 Maryann Agnes. . . . 

14 Rose Alice 

15 Robert Scott 

15 Ivan Richard 

16 Gerald Colton, Jr. . . 

17 Mary Lou 

18 Ann Theresa 

18 Priscilla Claire 

18 David Lyle 

18 Richard Stevens. . . . 

18 Genevieve 

19 John Frank 

19 Robert John 

19 John Shaw 

20 Carolyn Abbott .... 

20 Doris Ada 

21 Joseph Victor 

21 Jacquelin Edna 

22 Cynthia Emma 

23 Emilie Patricia 

23 Elma Mae 

24 Betty Joyce 



Father's Name 

.F. L. Walter C. Dickerson. 

.M. " William H. Erickson. 

.F. " Franklin H. Nutter. . 

. M. " Damase E. Carrier. . 

.F. " Gustaf Strand 

. " " Donald M. Wright. . 

. M. " Harvey A. Hollins. . . 

. F. " Andrew M. Nicoll .. . 



.M.S. 
. " L. 



.F. L. 



.M. " 
.F. " 



.M. " 



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.M. " 



.F. " 



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.M. " 



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.M. " 
.F. " 



Richard A. Olson. . . . 
Alfred P. LaRochelle . 
Merritt Buckingham. 

Hugh A. Lynn 

Donald T. Blanchard, 
Edwin N. Sanborn. . . 

Earle L. Buchin 

Arleigh A. Hooper. . . 

Charles L. Allen 

Sauer Audet 

Arthur Bourdeau .... 

Everett Woods 

Everett Woods 

John Abruzzese 

Sylvester Brodeur. . . . 

Jesse Riendeau 

Raymond F. Mead . . . 

John M. Berry 

Baxter J. Dye 

Albert J. Phoenix .... 
Joseph O. Fournier . . . 

Horace Landry 

Scott Coen 

Ivan R. Streeter 

Gerald C. Hayes 

True W. KeUey 

Joseph M. Callahan. . 
Stanley W. Morrison . 

Lyle H. FarreU 

Jacob A. Chase 

Alphonse Cannistrara. 

Frank Roddy 

Eugene F. Sullivan . . . 

John A. Terrell 

Harris Pratt 

Ira J. Auprey 

Joseph T. Audette ... 

Reuben Murray 

Harold W. Dow 

Edward J. Cote 

Arthur N. Ayer 

Orlando Sturtevant . . . 



Mother's 
Maiden Name 
. Issa M. Libby 
. Louise Firth 
.Anna R. Shreve 
. Marie J. Fortune 
. Florence Hoagland 
. Margarita Stanley 
. Irene I. Darroch 
.EUie Davidson 
. Mildred E. Gibbs 
.Helena Davis 
.Clara Dupont 
. Alberta Coakley 
.Mary E. Spillane 
.Jean Paul 
. Genevieve Kelley 
.Esther O. Erickson 
. Frances E. Parkhurst 
. Beatrice Little 
. Marie P. Dagle 
. Irene L. LaBrie 
. Lillian Dodge 
. LiUian Dodge 
.Rosina Gasbarri 
.Agnes Supry 
.Helen Lord 
. Mary F. O'Brien 
. Ida M. Couture 
.Margaret Moore 
.Frances Pearson 
.Delia Drouin 
. Laurentia Danault 
. Doris Ladd 
.Grace Sargent 
.Rose M. Cook 
. Susie Jordan 
. Mary Bresnahan 
.Claire Felch 
.Avis Henning 
. Grace Christian 
.Catherine Mobilla 
.Hazel McDonald 
.Germaine Nohn 
.Winnifred Shaw 
.Helen Colby 
. Myrtle F. Tilton 
.Cora M. Ouelette 
. Helen Merrick 
.Alice D. HiU 
. Freda Hohlich 
. Harriet Ayer 
. Doris E. Gould 



184 



CITY OF CONCORD 



AFRl'L— Concluded 



Date f'hild's Name 

24 Mary Anna F. L. 

24 M. " 

24 " " 

24 Peter Andre " " 

24 Miner " S. 

2*5 Joyce Marion F. L. 

29 Ramon Donald M. " 

29 Beverly Ann F. " 

30 Alden French M. " 



Mother's 
Father's Name Maiden Name 

Charles M. Filides Anna D. Mamos 

Paul R. Bennett Asenath Parmenter 

Paul R. Bennett Asenath Parmenter 

Andre Diaconofif Evelyn Hotson 

Henry I. Miner Cora Chagnon 

Frank R. Houston Gladys Santy 

Edgar Thebeault Flora Petracco 

Victor R. Randlett Phyllis Titus 

Lester Farrar Eva McEvoy 



MAY 



Date Child's Name 

1 Maria Ellen F. L. 

2 Richard Allan M. " 

2 Betty Ann F. " 

3 Walter Beard M. " 

4 Mary Louise F. " 

5 Shelon Eugene M. " 

6 Carlene F. " 

9 Leon Wallace M. " 

10 John William M. " 

12 Mary F. " 

12 Theodore William M. " 

14 Joseph Garnex, Jr " " 

14 Lorna Rose F. " 

14 Ursula Frances " 

14 Baker " S. 

16 Charles Richard M. L. 

16 Robert T " " 

17 Raymond Shattuck, Jr " " 

19 Richard Roy " " 

19 Donald " " 

19 John Lewis Mimms " " 

20 Dorothy Louise F. " 

22 Henry Leon M. " 

22 John Harry " " 

22 Gilbert Winant " " 

23 Fenwick Howard " " 

23 Catherine Ann F. " 

23 Peter M. " 

23 Jeanette Ida F. " 

23 Beverly Joyce " " 

23 Nancy Ann " " 

24 David Philip Marden M. " 

25 Barbara Frances F. " 

26 Jean Anne " " 

27 Nancy Rae " " 

30 Ann " " 

31 Robert Gerald M. " 



Mother's 
Father's Name Maiden Name 

Lester H. Fletcher Charlotte Seymour 

David Jutras Imogene Bourdeau 

James Mitchel Elfie Anderson 

Ralph H. Langevin Mildred Beard 

Frederic Tucker Mary Lefebvre 

Cyrus Morris Eva Chase 

Carleton C. Dickenson Gwendolyn Stott 

Paul Bennett Irene Davis 

John Dunn Marion Christie 

Ernest L. Boisvert Aurore Boucher 

Percy Young Dorothea Goodwin 

Joseph G. Codman Bernice Burdett 

Chester J. Barrett Lydia L. Labrecque 

Ellsworth Runnells Amy Milton 

Fred Baker Katherine Patten 

Charles L. Beck Ellen Olsen 

Louis Ansaldo Thena M. Thompson 

Raymond Fife Adeline Shattuck 

Roy Evarts Alice Drescher 

Eugene Mayo Anna McDonnell 

Harry Van Dudley Marjorie Mimms 

Roy Wescom Hilda Duford 

Leon Diversi Irene Lindberg 

John H. Whitney Aurore Vezina 

Harry W. Chase Violette Beauregard 

Wilbert W. Salter Mina E. Lafayette 

Manuel Enos Helen Rosendahl 

Peter Laflamme Bertha Fergeon 

Henry Hamel Ida Auger 

LeRoy Whittemore Margaret Mobbs 

Harold Angwin Anna E. McCarthy 

Gertrude E. Marden 

Herbert J. Geary Margaret Sears 

Edwin W. McDonald Bertha Stohrer 

Raymond H. Oliver Weltha Belrose 

H. Raymond Danforth Louise Sprague 

Arthur J. Curtis Ruth Clark 



BIRTHS 



185 



JUNE 



Date Child's Name 

3 Albert Sydney M. L. 

4 " " 

5 Lewis F. S. 

6 Richard Albert M. L. 

6 Betty Jean F. " 

7 Ann Pauline " " 

8 June Ann " " 

9 Irene Clara " " 

9 Clayton Oscar, Jr M. " 

10 Dorothy L F. " 

11 Beatrice Eleanor " " 

12 Donald Richard M. " 

13 Dorothy Florence F. " 

14 Frederica Alberta " " 

15 Thomas Charles M. " 

10 Ethel Mae F. " 

16 Richard M. " 

18 Paula Mary F. " 

18 Frederick Edward M. " 

18 Jane Margaret F. " 

19 Arthur Frederick M. " 

19 Shirley Jean F. " 

19 Maryan Elizabeth " " 

20 Theresa Rose " " 

20 Anne Delight F. " 

20 Leona Jane " " 

21 Beulah Aimee " " 

21 Russell Nathan M. " 

22 Barbara Ann F. " 

23 Cynthia Ann " " 

24 Evelyn Cecelia " " 

26 Beverly Ann " " 

26 Barbara Marie " " 

27 Paul Howard M. " 

27 Betty Fay F. " 

28 Richard Hill M. " 

30 Howard Freeman " " 

30 Robert Ernest " " 

30 Edward ClifiFord " " 

30 Weldon Lee " " 

30 Lena Alice F. " 



Mother's 
Father's Name Maiden Nam,e 

Robert Ellis Roxie Miller 

Everett D. Barton Susie Eagles 

Allen Lewis Alda Goodwin 

Richard A. Gushing Ruth E. Gushing 

Roland Potter Dorothy Baker 

James B. Halligan Dorothy Hammond 

Noah G. Edmunds Augusta M. Mercy 

Guy E. Kenerson Clara Burroughs 

Clayton O. Ash Margaret Bernard 

William M. Lord Dorothy J. Litchfield 

Harley A. Silver Eva M. Holbrook 

Joseph P. Brochu Marjorie Bulmer 

David E. Abbott Ada Smith 

Frederick A. Foster Edna M. Cofran 

John R. Lavalley Olive Merchant 

Carl H. Nelson Mabel M. Marshall 

John H. Rice Una Robinson 

Holten E. White Margaret Faucher 

Frederick E. Schneider Blanche A. Schneider 

John T. Harrison Mary A. Hardiman 

Frederick A. Hayes Esther Eastman 

Ralph W. Hartshorn Doris Chamberlin 

John Kilbourne Dorothy Hall 

Arthur D. LaRoche Rose Fournier 

Willoughby A. Colby Helen Sayler 

Raymond C. Estey Eleanor Monet 

Elbert R. Farrar Iva S. Floyd 

Clinton O. Hastings Belva R. McCue 

Simon F. Stiles Nora J. Downey 

Paul Keane Gertrude Pike 

Earl Smith Angeline LaBrie 

Anatole Courchene Doris Aldrich 

John D. Shea Barbara F. Hugson 

Paul L. Gross Lida E. Howard 

George Benjamin Gladys V. Eaton 

Arthur A. Saltmarsh Pauline H. Hill 

Alfred A. Anderson Evelene E. Hooper 

Henry N. Tatro Evelyn L. Roy 

Arthur L. Fox Sarah A. Schofield 

Grant MacDowell Dorothy Moylan 

Elwin C. C'illey Eleanor Dearborn 



JULY 



Date Child's Name 

1 John 

1 Thomas Frank 

1 Erwin Leaver 



Father's Name 
.M. L. Robert M. Walsh. . . 
. " " Joseph H. Robinson. 
. " " Erwin A. Ames 



Mother's 
Maiden Name 
.Helen Quinn 
. Flossie Lewis 
. Mary A. Carroll 



186 



CITY OF CONCORD 



JULY — Concluded 



Date Child's Name 

3 Thurley Eugene M. L. 

4 William Frederick " " 

4 Charles Alfred " " 

4 Frank Gilbert, Jr " " 

5 Carolyn F. " 

9 Blanche Louise " " 

9 Barbara Joyce " " 

9 Richard Paul M " 

10 Francis Edward " " 

10 Shirley Ann F. " 

10 Cynthia Ann " " 

10 James Elbert M. " 

11 Nancy Joan F. " 

12 Shirley June " " 

12 Barbara May " " 

12 Harriet Ethyl " " 

13 Nancy Hayes " " 

13 Barbara Bell " " 

13 Irene Neila " " 

14 Albert Leslie M. " 

14 Raymond Arthur " " 

15 Robert Everett " " 

16 Rose Marie F. " 

19 Gloria Joan " " 

19 Pauline Lucy " " 

19 William Howie M. " 

20 Mary Lou F. " 

21 Nora Ellen Teresa " " 

21 Shirley Ann " " 

21 Sherrill Elizabeth " " 

23 Armand M. " 

24 Thomas Hardy, Jr " " 

25 Barbara Anne F. " 

25 Douglas Howard M. " 

26 Gloria Ann F. " 

28 Donald Herman M. " 

30 Douglas Vaughn " " 

30 Ervin " " 

31 Carlton F. S. 

31 Walter F M. L. 



Mother's 
Father's Name Maiden Name 

Linwood Taylor Alberta K. Xiles 

Herman W. Ham Pauline E. Miller 

Alfred F. Colby Beulah Ives 

Frank G. Taylor Hazel Andrews 

Wayland F. Andrews Dorothy Stillings 

John Drew Jeanette Moore 

Ohver E. Bennett Lillie R. Braley 

Ulysses E. Clark Edna Forst 

Francis M. Molin Gladys M. LaFleur 

Gordon T. Forsberg Alva Christiansen 

Omer Trombley Emogene Cass 

Ralph E. Pearson Gertrude Rand 

Edward A. Chase Audrey E. Rounds 

Harold Wentworth Evelyn Monroe 

Walter E. Bassett Marion M. Hamm 

Guy V. Pike Charla Maxfield 

Chester F. Adams Vivian Flanders 

Harold E. King Pauline Savage 

Neil C. Marston Georgianna L. Lampron 

Albert Tonkin Hazel V. Perrin 

Raymond J. Bradbury Gertrude Esty 

George E. Welch Lillian B. Wright 

Adelard J. Gagne Mary Mercier 

John J. Beauchine Delia Masse 

Fernald G. Aiken Hazel Degrenia 

Alexander D. Lyons Sadie Calvin 

S. Morrill Wilson Carmilla Farr 

Edmund G. McMahon Ruby B. Douglas 

Frank W. Hodgman Mary P. Emmons 

Rial C. Rowe Esther E. Perkins 

Armand Poirier Catherine Auger 

Thomas H. Johnson Isabelle Downer 

Ovide J. Guilbault Ethel Noonan 

Harold C. Loring Thelma Oxner 

Harold F. Dow Ruth Young 

Edward W. Abbott Hilda Loven 

Irving L. Millbury Leola Whittier 

Ervin G. Kenney Leola Lavalle 

Donald Carlton Vivian Stevens 

Walter F. Price OUa Hanley 



AUGUST 



Dale Child's Name 

1 Joanne Barbara. . . 

2 Marlene Joy 

3 Robert Arthur. . . . 
3 Frederick Harry, Jr 



Mother's 
Father's Name Maiden Name 

F. L. Carl H. Stickney Goldie Gay 

" " Arthur W. Arseneault Josephine Landry 

M. " Martin H. Sandquist Laura Buck 

" " Frederick H. Reischer Frances Witham 



BIRTHS 



187 



AVGVST— Concluded 



Date Child's Name 

4 Jon Carl M. L 

5 Hugh Malcolm, Jr " " 

5 Norman Frederick " " 

7 Sheldon Frank " " 

8 Opal A F. " 

9 Maelomia Mann " " 

11 Anne Ruth " " 

11 Patricia Elizabeth " " 

11 Dorothy Eloise " " 

11 Sally Lee " " 

12 Elinor Needham " " 

13 Thomas Antonio M. " 

16 Deane Howard " " 

16 F. " 

17 Nancy Emerson " " 

17 David Minot M. " 

17 Donald Rolfe " " 

18 Robert Eugene " " 

18 Donald Bera " " 

18 Geraldine Jean F. " 

18 Mary Ehzabeth " " 

18 Charles Albert M. " 

19 Robert Burleigh " " 

20 Warren Clifford, Jr " " 

21 Irving Sidney " " 

21 Joan Eileen F. " 

22 Charlotte Ann " " 

23 Robert Worthen M. " 

24 George Sidney " " 

24 Kathleen Jane F. " 

24 James Gray M. " 

25 Theresa F. " 

26 Thomas Francis M. " 

26 Albert J " " 

26 Francis Herbert " " 

29 Joseph Gerard " " 

30 Bertha Ruth F. " 

30 Gerardo M. " 

31 Leonard Nelson " " 

31 Helen Esther F. " 

31 Burton Earl M. " 



Mother's 
Father's Name Maiden Name 

Carl A. Thunberg Leona D. Snow 

Hugh M. Galbraith Marjorie Scadden 

Lester Spooner Christine Smith 

Richard F. Lassonde Beatrice E. LaMotte 

George LaClair Thelma Smith 

Albert J. Belanger Marion Mann 

James T. Howley, Jr Audrey Bergstrom 

Daryl Dunsing Emma Huckstep 

Charles P. Williamson Grace Coulahan 

Leo A. Heath Ruth M. Bryant 

James K. Tucker Dorothy Stevens 

Thomas Lanzo Camela Vitale 

Howard H. Shedd Elizabeth H. Brower 

George Sawyer Laura Gagne 

Croghan Gault Margret Osgood 

Ralph W. Richards Thelma Seevey 

George W. Randall Mary F. Rolfe 

Charles F. Martel Irene E. Beck 

Robert B. Little Evelyn V. Ames 

William Galvin Thelma Bond 

Harold D. Gurney Olive A. Knapp 

Wilfred J. Duclos Mary E. Pierce 

Robert W. Maxfield Marion E. Burleigh 

Warren C. Clark Gertrude Weathers 

Norman C. Robinson Ruth E. Ford 

Alphonse P. St. Jean Nellie Duckworth 

Royce D. Kelley Virginia H. Simonds 

Bernard L. Chase Natalie Weir 

Walter P. Miner Ruth Cilley 

Elbridge J. Robbins Gea M. Mastroianni 

J. Gray Estes Delphine Gourd 

Axise Allaire Florida LaFlamme 

Joseph M. Hart Marie A. Drouin 

Albert H. Coutois Evelyn L. Binette 

Arthur P. Brouillard Louise A. Starkweather 

Phillip Fortin Mary A. Beaupre 

Leo G. Hatch Bertha J. Carr 

Antonio Coppola Rose 

Albert LaBraney Sarah White 

Max Adler Sarah Gensburg 

Charles W. Brown Barbara Eddy 



SEPTEMBER 



Date Child's Name 
1 Leon Henry 

10 John Foster 

1 1 Nelson Alexander . . , 



Father's Name 

. M. L. Leon H. King 

. " " Lincoln H. Berry. . . 
. " " Leslie L. Lewis. . . . 



Mother's 
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. Thelma Lougee 
. Ruth E. Foster 
. Dorothy Currier 



188 



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SEPTEMBER— Conc/wderf 



Date Child's Name 

11 Carolyn F. L 

11 Fred Kimball M. " 

12 Nancy Elaine F. " 

14 Catherine Beatrice 

15 Ruth Sylvia 

16 Fournia 

17 Beverly Ann 

17 Beverly Ann 

18 Valentine Thomas M. " 

19 Rosemary Beal F. 

20 Nita Joan " " 

21 Jane 

21 Willis Roy M. " 

22 Marie Annie Anita F. ' 

22 Carole Ann " 

22 Fabyan Inez " ' 

22 William Leon M. ' 

24 Daphne Ann Young F. 

25 John Peter M. ' 

26 Ben Dwight " ' 

26 Ann Nancy F. ' 

26 Donald Robert M. ' 

27 Oris " ' 

27 Priscilla F. ' 

27 Carl Edmund M. ' 

28 Sarah Jane F. ' 

29 Abbott M. ' 

29 Melvin F " ' 



Mother's 
Father's Name Maiden Name 

Lloyd T. Vinica Alice Kalberg 

Edward F. Blodgett Laura B. Watterson 

Joseph D. Blanchard Harriet E. Bryant 

ClafFee E. Mayo Mary A. Smith 

Norman E. MacDonald Etta T. Smith 

Mabel G. Fournia 

George H. Crutchfield Jennie Cozzi 

Harry C. Mills Nettie Brown 

Valentine T. Faust Leona B. Lowell 

Horton L. Chandler Elizabeth B. Snow 

Earl N. Robinson Blanche E. Hodgman 

Charlie R. Holbrook Mary A. Wood 

Garland E. Stearns Viola Beauregard 

Eugene Desjardins Bertha Oudit 

Elmer O. Bergstrom Ruby A. Bartlett 

Samuel A. Florence Ariel R. Avery 

Lloyd A. Simpson Mabel B. Suitor 

Daphne Young 

Edward P. McCann Anne C. Cassidy 

Dwight W. Stearns Estelle C. Boles 

Edward Sanel Yvonne Fournier 

Ralph DeAngelis Esther McKenna 

Leroy C. Smith Eugenia V. Lessard 

Lewis W. Townsend Dorothy E. Foster 

Ernest H. Whiting Mary A. Morris 

Gardner Emmons Abbie Kent 

Arthur Abbott Rose D. Roy 

Henry R. Murray Ruth Robinson 



OCTOBER 



e Child's Name 

Francis M. L. 

Lorraine Jacqueline F. " 

Arthur M. " 

Raymond 

Beverly M F. " 

Ernest Lewis M. " 

Louise F. " 

Thomas Edward Campbell M. " 

Patricia Ann F. " 

Hollis Howard, Jr M. " 

Jeanette F. " 

Sally Ann " " 

Edwin L M. " 

Patricia Anna F. 

Hillsgrove " " 

Norman Frank M. " 



Mother's 
Father s Name Maiden Name 

John R. Burke Grace G. Foye 

Dorilla Martel Esther Girard 

Arthur G. Brown Jean Moore 

Raymond Connor Mabel Auger 

George T. Robillard PauHne Truchon 

Ernest Bergstrom Florence Printiss 

James A. Kelso Elinor Hoyt 

Irene Atkinson 

Stanley D. Flint Lita B. Mills 

Hollis H. Young Miriam Andresen 

Arthur J. Landry Helen E. Vienneau 

Jasper E. Spencer Prycilla Hopcraft 

Edwin F. Greene Eva Case 

William M. Cook Mary Hallinan 

Charles F. Hillsgrove Hilda B. Grover 

Moses R. Hillsgrove Velma L. McDowell 



BIRTHS 



189 



OCTOBER— Concluded 



Date Child's Name 

15 Allison P 

15 Mary Catherine. . . . 

15 Perry 

17 Barbara Jean 

17 Joseph 

19 George Richard . . . . 

19 Donald Howard . . . . 

20 Arthur Wattles 

21 Bowman 

22 Matthew T 

23 Robert Wilfred 

23 Richard James 

23 Robert Carl 

23 Richard Charles . . . , 

25 Virginia May 

26 Elizabeth Anne 

26 Milton Edward 

27 Sandra Alzada 

27 Robert Fred 

28 Wallace George 

29 Beverly Janet 

29 Richard Charles 

29 John Marshall 

30 Mildred Louise 

31 Katharine Corrigan 
31 Margaret Elizabeth . 



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Mother's 
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Paul P. Mock Winifred J. Kimball 

Adrien J. Lacroix Agnes E. Gallagher 

Austin Perry Germaine 

Bert C. Home Annie Pierce 

Joseph DiPetro Florence Foley 

George Mahoney Louise Winn 

Donald Q. Dustin Viola Giddings 

William D. Ticknor, Jr Elizabeth Shaw 

Bowman F. Stone Ruth Hill 

H. Thornton Lorimer Edith Leach 

Wilfred H. Osborne Louise Doherty 

Newton H. Sweet Margaret T. Foley 

Reginald Follansbee Flora Bell 

Reginald Follansbee Flora Bell 

Leaman L. Locke Bertha M. Hatfield 

Noel Dore Doris Hannaford 

Ludger Ayotte Ida Miller . 

Arthur A. Moore Thelma M. Strong 

Ira Frost Emma Newton 

Curtis E. Brasseau Doris Shaw 

Percy LaTulippe Helen Brown 

Charles H. Walker Minnie I. Banfill 

Abraham D. Cushing Gladys Gale 

Walter S. Ingalls Abbie L. Tucker 

Henry M. Clay Rebecca S. Davidson 

David F. Dudley Florence E. Bayliss 



NOVEMBER 



Date Child's Name 

1 Llewellyn Louis 

2 Joyce Faye Robertson . 

2 Leona Marjorie 

3 Nelson Frank, Jr 

4 Donald 

4 William Joseph 

6 Bradbury Francis 

6 Eddie Joseph 

6 Kenneth Bond 

6 Margaret Evelyn 

10 Howard George, Jr. . . . 

11 James Benjamin 

12 Lois Ida 

13 Conrad Russell 

13 Maybeth Lucille 

14 SaUyJane 

15 Karl Emerson 

16 Forrest 



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Roy J. Colby Inez E. Griffin 

Frances Robertson 

Harold W. Chase Doris M. Clark 

Nelson F. Bebo Dorothy Nelson 

George D. Boyd Helen Collupy 

James C. Ham Myra G. Miner 

Martyn B. Kenney Louise M. Kelliher 

Eddie J. Girard Beatrice B. Garland 

Maynard Sears Gladys Melvin 

William R. Howser Kathleen E. Goss 

Howard G. Tilton Beatrice Masse 

Bennie F. Marsh Frances Guy 

Marble E. Kibbe Sarah Marcott 

Herbert G. Hardy Thelma Porter 

Roy McKenzie Maybeth Sanborn 

Arthur L. Houle AUeen I. Dow 

Harry W. Potter Mary B. Hawley 

Alfred Forrest Lydia King 



190 



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'NOYEMBER— Concluded 



Date Child's Name 

16 William Peter M. L, 

16 Lois F. " 

18 Rosella Anne " " 

18 Sally Jane " " 

18 Donald Harry M. " 

19 Jane F. " 

21 WiUiam Hutton M. " 

21 Douglas Ernest " " 

22 SaUy Lor F. " 

23 Beverly Ann " " 

23 William Herbert M. " 

24 Allen Frank " " 

24 Janet Louise F. " 

24 Warren Hayward, Jr M. " 

25 Jane F. " 

25 Mildred Carrie " " 

25 Roland Cecil M. " 

25 Carol Joyce F. " 

26 Roger Winston M. " 

26 Janet Claire F. " 

26 Roger Edward M. " 

27 Mary Rita F. " 

28 Maryanna " " 



Mother's 
Father's Name Maiden Name 

Harold H. Hood Emma Bullard 

Chester M. Gray Evelyn Page 

John J. Crawford Gladys Mingo 

Joseph E. Constant Sadie J. Kupsala 

Harry T. Rosendahl Madeleine Pierce 

Charles G. Virgin Florence A. Simons 

Martin H. Gurley, Jr Helen Hutton 

William R. Sargent Edna R. Zambs 

John C. Starkey Marjorie S. Bartlett 

Stuart Potter Sylvia Osgood 

Alfred G. Bickford Helen M. Moran 

Reginald F. Terrill Fannie M. Carleton 

WiUiam J. Pluff Alice M. Simard 

Warren H. Greene Marion Davis 

George E. Kerr Inez Stevenson 

Clayton J. Nutter Florence G. Valley 

Bertram C. Mason Clara M. Thompson 

Carl H. Abbott Flossie E. Plummer 

Roger Purington Edith Hood 

Grover Peaslee Florence Gregory 

Rodolphe Lecompte Evelyn Mayo 

Robert Crowley Rita Robichaud 

Mark D. Casey Mildred M. Kelley 



DECEMBER 



Date Child's Name 

1 Sarah Theresa 

2 Jean Gladys 

2 Edward Carroll, Jr. . 

3 Patricia Ann 

4 Viena Marie 

6 Dorothy Elaine. . . . 

7 Donald Joy 

8 Bassett .... 

8 Doris Alberta 

8 Clyde Carleton, Jr. . 

10 Adele May 

10 Armond 

11 John Hadley 

12 Robert A 

12 Floyd William, Jr. . . 

13 Paul Adam, Jr 

13 Carol Jean 

13 Betty Jane 

14 Albert Leon, Jr 

14 Richard Sumner. . . . 

15 Gerald Raymond, Jr, 



Mother's 
Father's Name Maiden Name 

F. L. Edward S. Iving Mary Murphy 

" " Ibray O. Gilbert Olive F. Milligan 

M. " Edward C. Quinn Jane Chase 

F. " George B. Merrill Doris Underwood 

" " Helvi H. Halme 

" " Oscar A. Colburn Helen F. Carter 

M. " Russell R. Reid Verna E. L. Smith 

" S. Melvin Bassett Beatrice M. I.aCroix 

F. L. Roland H. Bourke Anna M. Lefebre 

M. " Clyde C. Davis Hazel PouUin 

F. " Leon A. Smith Etta Mastin 

M. " Antonio LaMay Aline LaCasse 

" " James Fullerton Vivian Anderson 

" " Lester A. Leavenworth Annie A. Coates 

" " Floyd W. Williams Florence West 

" " Paul A. Hawthorne Lura Cate 

F. " Lester F. Newell Margaret Keith 

" " Everett R. Lawrence Pauline B. Briggs 

M. " Albert L. Morgan Ruth Hurlbutt 

" " Harry Young Evangeline Girard 

" " Gerald R. Drew Evelyn Plummer 



BIRTHS 



191 



DECEMBER— Conciwded 



Date Child's Name 

15 Charles Edward M. 

Fay Aloma F, 

Viola Beatrice 

Barbara Ann 

Veronica 

Madeline Wilma 

Robert Charles Chadwick M 

Gabrielle Dahood F 

Arthur Bailey M 

Elizabeth Ann F 

Cora Roselee 

■ Mercier 

Richard Henry M 



Oscar A., Jr 

Robert Edward 

David Ross 

Dorothy Ann F. 

Arthur Murray M 

Charles Stanley, Jr 

Richard Lee 

Mary Louise F 



Mother's 
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Howard Dunbar Ruth Chase 

Frank C. Rowell Janet A. Mitchell 

Irving R. Lane Ida M. McBride 

Roger C. Tyler Elizabeth Allen 

Napoleon Pelkey Fabiola R. Renaud 

Raymond W. Coburn Grace C. Avery 

Mabel Chadwick 

Michael M. Dahood Mary Buckley 

Arthur E. Hardy Gladys Saltmarsh 

Joseph W. Finan Alice D. Batchelder 

Arba C. Field Regina Gosselin 

George Mercier Ann Gallien 

Henry B. Pratt, Jr Lois Hatch 

Oscar A. Baker Hazel C. Hanson 

Edward Nepoeux Ann Lanzo 

Ross H. C. Lovejoy Annabelle Clark 

George M. Freeman Marjorie Annis 

Arthur M. Maynes Lena Drapeau 

Charles S. Macey Mary L. Stoddard 

Henry J. Roy Elsie B. Lessard 

George A. Wood Frances P. Gould 



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Deaths Registered in the City of Concord for the Year 
Ending December 31, 1934 

JANUARY 



Date Name Years 

2 Charles Henry Sanders 82 

3 Mary Agnes Gahagan 66 

4 John Samuel Moses 86 

4 Catherine Mary Leighton 69 

8 Otis Irving Bell 55 

9 Frank St. Germain 62 

12 Ellen Agnes Colbert 60 

14 Lena B. Sinclair 47 

17 Alma S. Loveren 74 

17 Arthur P. Arseneault 1 

21 Athina S. Melka 66 

22 Charles E. Silver 67 

23 Emma Tallant Woodies 80 

27 Sarah Magdalene Gannon 85 

29 Vinnie Boutwell Cressy 53 

31 James Francis Ryan 25 



FEBRUARY 



AGE 




Months 


Days 


3 


21 


3 


5 


4 


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8 


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2 


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7 


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2 Joseph Michael Warren 73 

2 Etta R. Hussey 64 

2 George O. Battis 75 

5 Mary F. Wheeler 61 

6 Nora Gertrude Coleman 55 

6 Cleo L. Prescott 44 

8 Phidia S. Sargent 78 

10 Ehza Gaudrault 73 

10 James Gaudreau 70 

11 Cornelius J. Crowley 54 

12 Henrik Johanson 60 

13 Mary Ellen Hoben 73 

18 Maud Roberts 73 

20 Robert Crowley 78 

22 M. Etta Bailey 81 

22 Milo Vincent Lindgren 1 

22 Mary Elizabeth Weeks 91 

23 Arvilla Tasker 78 

23 Louis Victor Letendre 78 

24 Gordon Leon Knee 5 

27 John Maki 50 

28 Frank J. Ritchie 63 

28 Rose E. Virgin 75 



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DEATHS 203 

MARCH 



Date Name Years 

1 George F. Bemis 59 

2 Augusta Lenia Anderson 56 

2 Rodney F. Robinson 71 

3 Norris Lincoln Taylor 75 

3 Vienna Jewell 86 

4 Etta Bell Colby 58 

5 Roy E. George 62 

8 Elmaise Castonguay 77 

11 Charles J. Halpin 46 

12 Juana Morency 65 

15 John H. Royce 84 

16 EUen DriscoU 93 

16 EUzabeth Lee 96 

17 William R. Hutton 63 

18 George B. Smith 70 

18 Charles F. M. Stark 86 

19 Miriam B. Stiles 89 

19 Emma G.Tyler 86 

22 LiUian B. Moors 69 

23 Ruth Eccles 44 

23 George Wm. Gage 80 

26 John Warren Yeaton 83 

28 Frangois Castonguay 82 

31 Bridget Agnes Gate 72 

APRIL 



1 Herbert L. Smith 76 

1 Alice Lillian McCaUum 52 

2 Sarah A. Morse 86 

2 Cortus W. McGee 73 

2 Arlo E. Clough 34 

3 AUce F. Chandler 79 

9 Bernard Roach 69 

11 Mary Jane Fitzner 57 

11 Thomas Francis Mulligan 76 

11 George W. Rooney 58 

13 John NicoU 70 

17 Herbert Maurice Sanders 56 

22 Marietta Bean 79 

23 Alfred J. Frazer 62 



MAY 



AGE 




Months 


Day. 


1 


8 


5 


10 


9 


8 


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2 


6 


21 


7 


4 


5 


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25 


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10 


24 


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3 Eric P. Swaidmark 68 8 6 

7 Walter L. Riford 78 8 29 

7 Asadoor Garabedian 66 



204 CITY OF CONCORD 



MAY— Concluded 



Date Name Years 

12 George E. Kibby 57 

12 Isaac Turgeon 52 

12 Phoebe M. Stevens 86 

19 S. Josephine Reed 86 

19 Norman L. Crawford 51 

20 Edgor J. Babineau 35 

20 Edmund Banker 58 

24 G. Arthur Nichols 66 

24 Homer Reed, Jr 

25 Arthur James Crowton 32 

25 Charles M. Hackett 25 

25 Dolphice Dion 23 



JUNE 



JULY 



AGE 




Months 


Days 


7 


5 


5 


16 


8 


21 


9 


2 


2 


6 




20 


1 


12 


10 


16 


9 


21 


6 


8 



1 Emma F. Laws 80 

2 John Fuller Kent 80 

3 Felix O'Clair 68 

6 Eugenie White 61 

7 Lena May Roy 48 

7 Robert Raynolds 9 

8 Grace Bunker 68 

9 Frank Justus Hodgdon 78 

9 Philias Lefebvre 66 

12 Allen E. Crafts 34 

13 Ellen Elizabeth Monroe 66 

14 Alma J. Morgan 79 

16 Susan E. Mercer 70 

16 Edward W. Rowe 70 

22 Edla J. Carlson 55 

22 John Edward Lovely 65 

23 John Henry Crowley 67 

29 Maria Suojanen 53 



6 


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1 Matilda Graham 90 

1 John F. Stohrer 68 

2 Grace E. MacDonald 66 

7 Adolfiina Haarala 45 

7 Claude H. Huckins 26 

11 Thurly Eugene Taylor 

13 Mary Elizabeth Simpson 81 

14 Annie E. Riley 73 

16 Fred A. Piper 76 

16 Katherine Harrington 79 





18 


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24 


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9 


6 




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7 


22 


11 


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DEATHS 



205 



AUGUST 



Date Name Years 

4 Alfred E. Graves 58 

4 Willie E. Kelley 69 

4 Theodore G. Little 55 

6 Viola Edith Merrill 51 

7 William Clifton Campbell 75 

7 Albert P. Knapp 86 

8 Alfred Benj. Harvey 77 

10 William Thomas Bailey 73 

10 Henry Curtis 50 

11 Alfred John Bath 71 

22 Harriett Elvira Batchelder 78 

24 Flora Polly Healey 63 

25 George Henry Sweatt 53 

25 Marjorie Cotter 9 

27 Ulysses A. Ketchum 69 

28 Lena C. Gray 53 

30 Chester L. Seaward 67 



AGE 




Months 


Days 


10 


24 


6 


12 


9 


30 


3 


19 


3 


11 


8 


22 


1 


1 


7 


3 


1 


29 


11 


3 




23 


3 


25 


3 


18 


7 


14 


1 


1 




23 



SEPTEMBER 



1 Isaac Sowerdy Ford 76 

1 Clara A. Googin 83 

3 Nellie Fowler 84 

4 Clarence Edgar Parsons 71 

6 Howard J. Locke 39 

14 Fred Thomas Bragg 63 

16 Ellen Halloran 73 

17 (7) Harold I. Darrah 41 

21 Mabel Alice Roach 60 

23 Alfred F. Wallingford 67 

24 Mary Imogene Carpenter 86 

26 Rebecca Wright Gourley 73 

26 Alta Maffat Clough 45 

26 Michael W. Pope (Petcavetch) 26 

27 Carl August Larson 71 

28 Hugh Tallant 84 

30 Jessamine Miller Jones 56 



1 


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10 


7 


10 


9 


5 


15 


5 


2 


2 


17 


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15 


5 


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7 




6 


21 


1 


25 


10 


26 



OCTOBER 



1 David John O'Brien 69 

1 Lucretia C. Hammond 89 

4 Mary Couch VanDoorn 80 

4 Anna F. Cook 70 

7 Fred Newton Ladd 75 

8 Annie Kenney 71 

13 Forrest Allen Leavitt 37 



11 


13 


9 


15 


4 


13 




1 


8 


16 


5 


27 


5 


29 



206 



CITY OF CONCORD 



OCTOBER— Concluded 



Date Name Years 

15 Donald MacNevin 1 

17 Mary Teresa Callahan 67 

20 Idella W. Streeter 83 

20 Philena Vinica 89 

21 William A. Haney 66 

23 Garnet W. Richards 7 

26 Annie E. Perkins 62 

27 Charles A. Trask 45 

29 Nellie W. Holbrook 69 

29 Eva Alice Cassevaugh 64 

30 Thomas H. Murray 84 



AGE 




Months 


Days 


2 


14 


1 


17 


5 


6 


4 


24 


5 


4 


4 


11 


11 


28 


4 


21 


10 


27 


5 


26 



NOVEMBER 



1 Grace A. Silver 64 

2 Mae A. Stewart 44 

16 — Forest 

17 John Benjamin McLeod 58 

20 Kelle Apostal 48 

21 Mary Jane Ferrin 90 

26 Emma Dyson Farrar 44 

28 Martha Frances Hazelton 89 

29 Catherine H. Cook 87 



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4 


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DECEMBER 



2 Susan A. Shepard 71 

3 Joseph Unwin 70 

4 Mary E. Gilford 78 

7 Abbie Frances Hemphill 85 

8 (7) Bassett 

9 James Cookson 85 

10 Mary F. Smith 82 

16 Napoleon Lewis Couture 45 

17 Margaret Elizabeth Jordan 88 

18 Fred H. Perley 71 

20 Ida Charlotta Johnson 82 

21 Henry C. O'Connell 42 

22 Martha J. Theobald 86 

23 Levi F. Cole 72 

28 Gertrude M. Rea 79 

30 John Comi 54 



3 


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11 


14 


10 


24 


8 


27 


2 


26 


4 


27 


10 


21 


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7 


8 



DEATHS 207 

Deaths Registered at the New Hampshire State 
Hospital for the Year Ending December 31, 1934 

JANUARY 



Date Name Years 

6 Treffle G. Marcoux 48 

11 John H. Sanborn 81 

11 NeUieDube 42 

13 Emma Towers 76 

16 Mary Francouer 62 

20 Joseph Napoleon Bourque 87 

20 Henrietta Kendall 68 

22 Leon Bedard 66 

23 Susie C.Young 73 

24 Annette Cross 80 



FEBRUARY 



MARCH 



AGE 




Months 


Days 


9 


3 


10 


25 


6 


7 


6 


24 


11 


3 


7 


20 



3 Emma Grant 62 

7 Albion K. R. CaU 37 

10 Lucy H. Wells 76 

10 Nelson Laliberte 65 

1 1 Papaethomas 

11 Papaethomas 

13 Austin Tucker 36 

15 A. Nesett Faneuf 85 

15 Rose Anna Landry 45 

15 Rose Sinon 74 

16 Mary E. Nichols 51 

16 Sarah Scott 88 

22 Forrest Stevens 49 

23 Bert Simonds 61 

23 Irwin J. Livingston 65 

26 Benjamin Kowalazyk 22 

27 Dorothy M. Welch 28 

28 Gela Metro 86 



9 


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8 


13 


10 


24 


2 


13 


10 






20 


7 


29 


5 


3 


4 


14 


2 


9 



1 Daniel Courbron 78 

1 Pearl M. Badger 58 

1 Martin Leach 88 

2 Joseph A. Barsalow 55 

3 Alfred P. ChapUn 64 

4 Robert Capstick 72 

5 Charles R. Bissett 67 

5 Ina F. Cutting 62 

11 Minnie T. Weymouth 66 



2 


25 


6 


6 


2 


17 


4 


26 


3 


22 



208 



CITY OF CONCORD 



MARCH— Concluded 



Date Name Years 

14 Philip Wood 19 

19 Anna Kamieniecki 42 

19 Alphonse Jenness 53 

19 Henrietta E. Welch 83 

26 Alfred Strickland 58 

27 Almina Paquette 43 

27 Alberta McVety 55 

27 Herman C. Whittier 73 

27 Kate Clark 81 

28 Sarah Welch 68 

28 Jane Kearns 61 

29 Fred Thibeault 63 



Months 


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14 


7 


5 


7 


4 


5 


22 


3 


13 




15 


8 




4 




5 


25 


2 


21 



APRIL 



1 George A. Taylor 65 

3 Hazel Sanel 61 

4 Thurza Barbian 46 

5 Annie D. Cobb 65 

11 Agnes McKenna 62 

12 George Parent 41 

12 Alpheus Perrington 76 

17 Minas Sortomasian 45 

19 Josiah Healey 93 

21 James Lally 57 

21 Mary Perras 73 

23 Helen L. Foster 81 

24 Annie Allard 77 

25 Emma Heath 82 

26 James Hoyle 70 

28 Octavia Drouse 80 

28 Joseph H. French 92 



5 


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MAY 



5 Frank J. Aldrich 70 

7 Joseph Gendron 63 

11 Amede Grandmaison 36 

13 LUaHiU 65 

13 Ethel Mignault 56 

13 Matthew Smith 77 

16 Frank E. WiUiams 64 

16 Lilhan Mellon 48 

17 Ida J. Johnson 71 

19 Pelogia Kubiak 53 

20 Charles F. Berry 71 

21 Amos E. Roberts 86 



2 


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10 


24 


7 


10 


6 


23 


5 


13 


10 


5 


2 


13 


11 


17 


2 


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DEATHS 209 

MAY— Co7icluded 



Date Name Years 

22 Calvin Wardner 78 

23 Ella H. Newton 66 

26 Josephine A. Edson 54 

27 Ellen J. Henry 84 

28 Katherine Milan 48 

30 Ida May Smith 77 

31 Ferdinand Langevin 54 



JUNE 



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7 


9 


14 


1 


23 




9 


6 


12 


6 


24 



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3 


11 


15 


6 


23 



2 Cynthia P. Walker 75 

4 Michael Murphy 69 

10 Sarah Wright 92 

10 Ahce M. Lugg 65 

10 Bernice Turgeon 52 

11 Mary Shackford 69 11 11 

17 Lauriana Kelley 39 

19 Mary Hilliard 50 

20 Mary Ellen CarroU 85 8 9 

21 Alfred H. Putney 75 3 27 

22 Henry Wilson 84 

24 William P. Foss 62 

25 Edson Longmaid 55 8 14 

26 Timothy Saunders 76 

27 Sophia Galorowski 56 . . 27 

28 Albert Alton Ghnes 62 3 7 

29 Wilbur Tibbetts 77 7 23 

30 Elizabeth Perkins 61 



2 George L. HUl 79 2 22 

2 Fannie Chamberlain 84 

8 Nelhe Lucas 76 8 17 

9 Helen M. Jones 66 

12 Angle Pelletier 65 

15 George Gaudette 69 

21 Albert C. Lord 81 11 21 

27 Vitalene Descoteau 46 4 2 

28 William F. Norton 42 9 5 

29 Percy Brown 59 6 19 



2 Jennie Walker 61 

4 Margaret Burns 70 



210 



CITY OF CONCORD 



AVGVST— Concluded 



Date 
4 
5 

7 



11 
12 
12 
15 
16 
16 
17 
20 
20 
28 



Name Years 

Odilon Desmarais 43 

Luman D. Marston 85 

Elizabeth Claffie 47 

Anna H. Iris 58 

Arthur P. Fitts 54 

Abbie M. Chadbourne 53 

Thomas Guertin 73 

Evelyn Simoneau 39 

Sarah Brown 50 

James Kenyon 54 

Julian O. Clark 74 

John Ridge 75 

Laura Colcord 33 

Peter Martel 75 

Harriet M. Sargent 58 



Months 


Days 


4 


3 


9 


19 


2 


16 




9 


9 


26 


6 


15 


7 


11 


5 


1 


7 


9 


3 


17 


6 


22 


10 


28 


11 


22 


6 


28 



SEPTEMBER 



1 JuUa M. Childs 77 

5 Lorenzo Boudreau 38 

7 Jennie Jeanott 55 

8 Frankhn Wilson 82 

12 Henrietta Glines 82 

13 Harry G. Little 50 

15 Annie M. WelUngton 46 

23 Genevieve Pokey 15 

25 Annie L. Underbill 66 

27 Jack Syrek 25 



10 


2 




20 


4 


15 


11 


2 


1 


8 


2 


20 


7 


4 


9 


25 



OCTOBER 



6 Alice A. Dunham 52 

11 Frank B. Hall 61 

13 William H. Miller 74 

13 LiUian Provo 18 

14 Mary Nason 75 

15 Anna E. Durant 77 

16 Anna Klardie 60 

16 Paul Frederick Flynn 62 

16 Armie E. Currier 56 

21 James Smith 35 

21 Edgar Lovejoy 73 

25 Najanee Kandarian 50 

26 Margaret Christie 64 

26 Annie M. Whittier 61 

31 Mary Kaime 65 



11 


21 


5 


12 


8 


23 




24 


4 


1 


8 


8 


8 


24 


9 


20 


5 


1 



24 
11 



DEATHS 



211 



NOVEMBER 



Date Name Years 

2 Daniel Smith 74 

3 Florence Blaisdell 54 

5 Charles Morrison 85 

6 Emma J. Callahan 61 

9 Henry Kwong 65 

13 Emma I. Booth 74 

13 Frances Karr 67 

14 Frank H. Shirley 62 

23 Howard B. Brown 67 

25 James Boyle 66 

28 Charles W. Piper 85 

28 Karpe Derkack 45 



AGE 




Months 


Days 


1 


20 




22 


2 


8 


4 


4 


5 


28 


8 


17 




2 


7 


8 


3 


20 


7 


28 



DECEMBER 



1 Alice Fernald 47 

2 Henry H. Lock 62 

8 John Joseph Haley 51 

9 Alexander Mosher 75 

12 Edgar Vigneault 41 

18 Pierre Gingras 78 

19 James F. Whalen 59 

19 Zillah Whitlam 61 

20 John H. Bawler 64 

21 Mary S. Keay 64 

24 George Waters 43 

31 Lulia Anderson 68 



3 


29 


7 


14 


5 


5 


10 


7 


1 


22 


7 


29 


3 


6 




6 



212 CITY OF COXCORD 

Deaths Registered at the Margaret Pillsbury General 
Hospital for the Year Ending December 31, 1934 

JANUARY 



Date Name Years 

1 Joseph Dionne 61 

6 George G. Prescott 66 

9 George B. Hibbard 62 

11 Paul David Cruickshank 4 

17 Matthew Joseph Dawson 25 

17 Harold Francis Blakey 35 

19 Dennis Edward Sullivan 70 

20 Roger Edmond Pray 13 



FEBRUARY 



MARCH 



APRIL 



Months 


Day 


4 




11 


23 


3 


15 


9 


14 


8 


27 


9 


5 


4 


27 


10 


1 



10 Bernadette Plante 28 4 1 

10 Mary Prowse 83 

14 Lincoln Everett Marden . . 2 

14 Mclvor . . 8 

18 Mary Wilson 74 8 3 

21 John Henry Sleeper 78 5 20 

23 Frank A. Buttrick 79 . . 20 

25 Elbert L. Moore 8 . . 19 

26 Thomas William Cragg 70 1 29 



2 Howard Michael Doolan 23 

3 William P. Call 65 

11 Gertrude Virginia Donley 35 

11 Fred Williamson 69 

14 Robert I. Tremblay 4 

15 Margaret Teresa Nolan 72 

19 Henry Lemay 47 

22 Wilbrod Drolet 18 

26 Jean Helen Oliver 1 



8 


5 


8 


14 


7 


5 


3 


1 




25 


8 


23 


10 


22 


5 


23 



5 Buckingham 

10 Wood 

14 Hattie M. Colby 81 

15 Streeter 

18 Sadie I. Fife 62 

19 Adelard LaRochelle 67 

20 Effie M. Thorndike 64 





















2 


12 


4 




1 


13 



DEATHS 



213 



APRIL — Concluded 



Date Name Years 

23 Miner 

24 Elna E. Bjork 19 

25 Bennett 

25 Bennett (Twin) 

30 Charles Henry Colby 54 



AGE 




Months 


Days 








6 
















4 


6 



MAY 



1 Donald W. Swain 23 

1 Ernest Samuel Gagnon 54 

4 Adam H. Engel 66 

9 Ralph Wood 

11 Edward Turgeon 62 

16 Henry WiUiam Smith 74 

16 Isaac Milton Savage 67 

18 Charles Cooke 68 

18 Lucius D. Caldon 82 

22 Olaf Olson 67 

23 Sarah E. W. Cochran 75 

25 George J. Carbone, Jr 26 

26 Ariel Bolivar 55 



1 


I 


3 


19 


11 


1 




29 


2 


14 


11 


24 


5 


24 


1 


12 


7 


10 


2 


2 


9 


15 



26 



JUNE 



Eva L. Locke 51 

Horace S. Abbott 50 

Carrie P. Heath 55 

Frank C. Dunklee 77 

Sargent 

Donald Reed 3 

Ernest Ray Ordway 1 

Fred Farnham Haywood 68 



8 


19 


5 


15 


7 


20 




20 




1 


10 




1 


25 


2 





JULY 



2 Donald J. Croteau 

5 Evangeline B. Marshall 21 

8 Emelia Gamelin 45 

12 Frank J. Constantine 79 

13 Marguerite Malcom 67 

21 Charles J. McDonald 73 

21 Frank X. Lassonde 68 

23 Sarah E. Smith 54 

23 Marguerite C. Parks 58 

30 Hyland MerriU 61 



5 


16 


11 


22 


9 


18 


8 


12 


9 


1 


8 


4 


9 


3 


10 


14 



214 



CITY OF CONCORD 



JULY — Concluded 



Date Name 

30 Balfour Randall . 

31 Carlton. 



AGE 

Years Months Days 

63 8 3 





AUGUST 



6 Katherine Wagner 66 

17 Oscar V. Hanson 34 

18 Walter C. Chase 73 

18 Albert J. Laflamme 23 

19 Frank W. Weeks 31 

20 John B. Gaudreau 81 

24 Michael James Powers 74 

24 George S. Miner 



7 


13 


7 


27 


1 


23 


2 


22 


7 


1 


7 


23 









SEPTEMBER 



1 Milton Babcock 74 

1 Nanette Vetter 41 

2 Charles L. Johnson 63 

2 James H. Ellis 58 

6 Margaret Shea 56 

11 Louis J. Rundlett 76 

16 Ellen Callahan 76 

18 ErvinE. Cady 50 

22 Cordelie Pincence 63 

25 Rollin J. Lea 21 



4 




11 


11 


5 


27 


2 


17 


9 


11 




14 



OCTOBER 



11 EmmaC. Senter 73 

13 Robert Lloyd McClintock 2 

19 Henry McCrossen 51 

28 Ellen E. Gordon 30 

30 Eugene Sullivan 72 



8 


21 


8 


23 


7 


9 


5 


16 



NOVEMBER 



1 Mary J. Foley 72 

4 Frank G. Peterson 65 

5 Robert D. McCreery 34 

8 Bradley P. Kenney 

13 Alice Clough 62 

17 Constant 

20 John S. Putney, Jr 38 



11 


23 


1 


10 


7 


14 




2 








6 


9 



DEATHS 215 

NOVEMBER— ConcZwded 

AGE 
Date Years Months Days 

21 Wilfred Dennis 51 

24 Allen F. TerriU 

26 Joseph Truchon 52 

28 Margaret Keefe 64 4 17 

DECEMBER 



3 Henry J. Roberts 28 

3 Edward CarroU Quinn, Jr 

6 Lida Fisk Diman 46 

11 James Aloysius Murphy 75 

20 John G. Dimond 66 

24 Elgin G. Farnsworth 78 

27 Grace Rachel Coughlin 33 

29 Raymond E. Foote 17 

31 John L. Mimms 64 



3 


2 




1 


1 


13 


10 


11 


11 


10 


6 


23 




13 



216 



CITY OF CONCORD 



Deaths Registered at the New Hampshu-e Memorial 
Hospital for the Year Ending December 31, 1934 

JANUARY 



Date Name Years 

3 Grace B. Davis 54 

14 Bell B. Peasley 69 

18 Ruth P. Home 

21 Ethel M. Pierce 

24 Loren Austin 84 

28 Diane Rena Evans 



AGE 




Months 


Days 


6 


2 


4 


12 


10 


1 




3 


11 


21 


2 


12 



FEBRUARY 



1 Mary Ann Walsh 80 

3 Townes 

4 Kathleen Margaret O'Toole 

8 Ruth A. Mack 56 

9 Ford 

14 Lucy May Curtice 60 

15 May Clifford MacGregor 73 

26 Emma Jane Hemphill 67 

28 Adelma Bilodeau 77 





1 








2 


15 








3 


1 


9 


14 


3 


18 


10 


27 



MARCH 



9 Jennie Ehzabeth Murphy 63 7 

11 Margaret Jane Harrington 68 7 

16 Julia Florence Sanders 83 2 

26 Frances S. Carpenter 6 13 

26 Fannie G. Davis 70 7 



23 
10 



APRIL 



1 Robert Melvin Bean 

2 Vera M. Boisvert 30 

30 Alice Osgood Lynch 69 



18 



MAY 



14 Baker 

26 Marion Ehzabeth ChancUer 76 

29 Lyon 





23 





DEATHS 



217 



JUNE 



Date Name 

10 Mable L. Walters 

30 Emma Frances Sanborn . 



AGE 

Years Months Days 

53 1 12 

76 9 27 



JULY 



19 James E. Jameson 86 

20 Mary G. Fagan 49 4 4 

21 Franklin P. Shattuck 86 3 4 





SEPTEMBER 












57 



11 



26 


29 Abbott 







OCTOBER 



9 Sarah A. Flanders 78 

12 Hillsgrove 

15 Joseph Wheeler 82 

23 Josephine R. Titus 67 

24 Fannie H. Gardner 69 

28 Perry 

28 Jennie Allen v 62 



4 


26 








10 


24 




19 




15 



NOVEMBER 



7 Robert Fred Frost 

25 Evelyn Page Gray 25 

27 Clara W. Sanborn 57 



DECEMBER 



1 1 AdeUna Smith 

11 Fannie Cook Tincarre 54 

15 Betty Jane Lawrence 

23 Martin 

23 Mercier 

25 Ernest Martin 





1 


10 


12 



























218 CITY OF CONCORD 

Deaths Registered at Christian Science Pleasant View 
Home for the Year Ending December 31, 1934 

JANUARY 

AOE 

Date Name Years Months Days 

1 Mary Flavell Elton 79 8 1 

10 Hattie M. Heath 68 10 27 

25 Justine R. Strauss 80 8 14 

MARCH 



18 Helen Friend Robinson 69 9 16 

24 Annah L. M. Henderson 86 . . 1 



APRIL 



20 Annie H. Springborn 78 

25 Mary F. Goodwin 88 

26 Sarah F. P. Johnson 80 

28 Alice K. Giles 78 



1 Sarah C. Chard 80 

6 Helen H. Nelson 78 

10 Mary E. Curtis 84 

22 Josephine S. Packard 69 



2 


5 




21 


5 


26 


1 


9 



JUNE 






83 


1 

6 


1 


22 Elisha C. Moore 




, . . . 81 


14 


JULY 



1 


3 


2 


5 


1 


15 


11 


7 



AUGUST 


16 Albert Horton 




. 80 


7 


4 








SEPTEMBER 






87 


2 


24 









DEATHS 219 

NOVEMBER 



AGE 
Date Name Years Mordhs Days 

9 Mary E. Trammell 81 3 16 



DECEMBER 



4 Katherine S. Wilson 81 



220 CITY OF CONCORD 

Deaths Registered at Odd Fellows Home for the Year 
Ending December 31, 1934 

JANUARY 

AGE 

Date Name Years Months Days 

19 Hannah Mannan Dame 81 2 24 

22 Mary E. French 75 4 12 

31 John F. Pray 71 4 4 



APRIL 


8 
21 


Harry Rogers Woodes . . 
Edward F. Heath 




61 
73 


5 

4 


8 
15 


MAY 


3 


Newton W. Large 




66 


10 


29 


JULY 


7 


Sarah M. Jones , 




. 81 


10 




AUGUST 


21 


Nathan Knight 




85 


4 


1 


SEPTEMBER 


1 


Ella May Sawyer 




. 70 


7 


13 










OCTOBER 


1 


John P. Burns 




74 


4 


27 


NOVEMBER 


in 






82 
79 


2 


17 


17 


Vina R. Knight 




20 



DEATHS 221 

Deaths Registered at Home for the Aged for the Year 
Ending December 31, 1934 

FEBRUARY 

AGE 
Date Name Years Months Days 

1 Harriet F. Morey 73 1 28 



JULY 


15 






. 74 


3 


2 










NOVEMBER 


4 
5 


Martha J. Tucker 

Julia 0. Hurd 




81 

88 


11 
1 


1 

8 


DECEMBER 


24 


Minnie E. Johnson 




. 68 


9 


29 



222 CITY OF CONCORD 

Death Registered at Saint Paul's Sciiool Infirmary 
MARCH 

AGE 
Date Name Years Months Days 

3 Mary Balch Sears 67 7 20 



Deaths Registered at Barrett Nursing Home 
JULY 

AGE 
Date Name Years Months Days 

11 Joseph Y. Bradbury 87 7 10 

DECEMBER 

16 Julia Grace Balch 84 3 28 



Death Registered at Deweyholm 
MARCH 

AGE 
Date Name Years Months Days 

6 David E. Herrick 75 8 29 



SUMMARY 

Total number of births for the year 521 

Total number of marriages for the year 247 

Total number of deaths in the different wards 197 

Total number of deaths in public institutions 394 

Total number brought to the city for burial 98 

I hereby certify that the foregoing is a transcript from the record of said city of Con- 
cord. 

ARTHUR E. ROBY, 

City Clerk. 



INDEX 



PAGE 

Assessors, board of, report of 99 

Board of Health, See Sanitary Department. 

Bonded indebtedness 135 

Building Inspector, report of 78 

City Clerk, report of 82 

government, departments, personnel of, 1934 29 

officials 31 

commissions of cemeteries 32 

health officers 33 

park commissioners 34 

plumbers, board of examiners of 33 

public library, trustees of 32 

recreation commission 34 

trustees of trust funds 34 

imdertakers 32 

ward officers 35 

water-works, city, commissioners 33 

Engineering department, report of 67 

Financial statement 163 

Fire department, report of 57 

Hydrant Commissioners, report of board of 76 

Mayor's Inaugural Address iii 

Mayors of the City of Concord, list of 38 

Milk inspector, report of 95 

Municipal debts 173 

regulations 2 

court, report of 88 

Ordinances and resolutions 3 

Parks 98 

Plumbers, report of board of examiners 77 

Police department, report of 60 

Polls, valuation, etc., from 1924 101 

Population 177 

Precincts, debts of 175 

Property, city, inventory of 177 

Public hbrary, report of 79 

Rehef gardens 84 

Sanitary department, board of health, report of 91 

Sealer of weights and measures, report of 86 

Securities, maturity of 156 



PAGE 

Solicitor, report of city 89 

Tax collector, report of 102 

Treasurer, balance sheet of 144 

Treasurer, condensed statement, bond account 152 

Trustees, trust funds, report of HI 

Trust funds 116 

Vital statistics, tables of 179 

Water department, report of 40 

treasurer's condensed statement 143