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City *i 

CONCORD 



Annual Report 




11 HAMILTON SMITH UB|ARY 
l936 UNIVERSITY OF 



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City cl Concoko 

EIGHTY - FOURTH 

ANNUAL REPORT 

of the 

RECEIPTS and EXPENDITURES 

for the year ending 

DECEMBER 31, 1936 

TOGETHER WITH OTHER ANNUAL REPORTS 

AND PAPERS RELATING TO THE 

AFFAIRS OF THE CITY 




THE CONCORD PRESS 
CONCORD, NEW HAMPSHIRE 



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 de- 
livered 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. 

All bills against the city must be approved by the per- 
son 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. 



INAUGURAL ADDRESS 

On the incoming of a new administration it is the cus- 
tom for the new Mayor to give an address; and while I 
am not averse to writing or proclaiming, I am of the opin- 
ion than an inaugural is of but little value, few read, a 
lesser number hear and no one pays attention or takes 
seriously whatever may be uttered or written. 

To repeat what I said two years ago at this time re- 
specting the honor of the office and my gratification at 
the trustful partiality of my fellow citizens is truly ap- 
propriate on this occasion and in fact I believe my entire 
pronouncement of that date is worthy of your review and 
consideration. 

As a rule to determine at the beginning, a certain line 
of action, is a dangerous procedure; what may seem of 
best interest today, tomorrow may appear an unintelli- 
gent course of conduct. For example I find in an inaug- 
ural of a former Mayor, and a highly respected one too, 
a recommendation to build a city horse stable for the 
police and fire department. 

I am firmly persuaded however that our policy should 
be a determination to serve the city faithfully and with 
an unshaken adherence to fidelity and honesty. 

I have heard criticicisms concerning this or that de- 
partment; all mayors have heard them and some candi- 
dates for office use this as their campaign slogan, but 
after two years in City Hall I am firmly of the conviction 
that we have no municipal leaks, as they are called, and 
that every dollar that is appropriated for the departments 
is honestly spent. 

I may be excused for not going into detail of all of our 
manifold activities. 

The Police and Fire Departments, the Cemeteries, 
Park and Playground, Recreation, Public Library, Board 
of Health, Engineering and Highways, Bridges, Sewers, 



4 CITY OF CONCORD 

Trees, City Water Works and Schools all of these are 
shown in our annual City Report as well as our indebted- 
ness and miscellaneous budget outlays, Hospitals, Band 
Concerts, Memorial Day, Armistice Day, Fourth of July, 
etc. 

This brings us to the question of Taxes and Tax Rate. 
Concord is operated on a budget system and you will 
find that aside from Relief there is but little difference 
in the past several years in departmental expenses. 

The larger part of our tax rate is governed by condi- 
tions over which this Board has no control. The State, 
County and School Tax together with Relief making up 
the greater part. 

No municipal subject is surrounded with more perplex- 
ities and real difficulties than relief. Our City's Valu- 
ation is upwards of 50 million and the non taxable prop- 
erty is over 20 million or'40% of the whole; in other 
words 3/5 of the valued property has to pay 5/5 of the 
tax. 

I know of no reason why that part of the tax rate over 
which this body has control, should be materially in- 
creased. I do have fear that acts or other agencies, in- 
strumentalities or powers, may tend to move the taxes 
upwards. 

It is easy to talk about economy in our affairs, yet that 
means few or no improvements or betterments; curtail- 
ment of our appropriations for maintenance and necessi- 
ties. I am sure you will recognize this; notwithstanding 
we are pledged to do the best we can after taking all 
things into consideration, bearing in mind what Concord 
is, what Concord stands for, and what Concord demands 
and expects. 

It may be opportune to quote from the 1903 inaugural 
address of the late Mayor Charles R. Corning, he says 
in part, 

"Wiser than Solomon by an arrow's flight, would that 



INAUGURAL ADDRESS 

man be who should devise the means whereby a modern 
city would be conducted without appreciable expense to 
its inhabitants. While waiting, therefore, the advent of 
such a creation, we must go on assessing taxes and ex- 
pecting good citizens to pay them". 

Edgar H. Woodman, a former mayor of this city, and 
who to my mind, was one of the finest and purest ex- 
amples of good citizenship that I have ever known, said 
this in his inaugural address: "Taxation, like any other 
burden, does not bear so heavily upon us if we bear it 
willingly. It is usually the case that the complaints 
against taxation, where the levy is a matter of necessity, 
come largely from those who pay scarcely any taxes, or 
who do not pay their full and fair share. If we are to 
have the benefits of improvements, we must remember 
that we shall have to pay for them". I repeat what 
Mayor Woodman said, not because I seek to change the 
perennial complaint respecting high taxes but merely to 
show the deep-seated and continuous nature of the dis- 
ease. We surely have a permanency of buildings, of 
parks, of bridges, of roads to show for our expenditures, 
and moreover, we have practically paid for them by 
means of annual taxation. But there is a unique feature 
in the condition of Concord as respects taxation that is 
often overlooked. I doubt if its like is to be found any- 
where in the country; certainly not in a city the size of 
Concord. I am forced, however, to use rather common 
words to express an impressive fact when I say that the 
unique condition consists in Concord's being a show town. 
Where, I ask, is there a similar city of twenty thousand 
inhabitants that offers more of pleasure and interest than 
Concord offers? It is not necessary for me to point out 
the state and federal buildings, the parks, the libraries, 
St. Paul's School, the statues and memorials, and our pub- 
lic schools. Stand in front of the state house and look 
upon the property belonging to the nation, the state, and 
the city, not to enumerate the churches, and reflect that 



6 CITY OF CONCORD 

out of all that aggregation of wealth not a penny issues 
for the purposes of local taxation. No person, I hope, 
would care to blot out all that splendor in order that h.^ 
taxes might be lightened a few dollars. But all the 
wealth, together with the state hospital and the prison, 
although exempt from taxation, contributes in many ways 
to the direct benefit of the city and its inhabitants. So 
then, when you try to compare the tax rate of Concord 
with the rates of other cities, see to it that you keep in 
mind this imposing mass of untaxable wealth to which I 
have referred, and then, I am sure, you will find that the 
people of Concord receive a great deal for their money. 

To Mayor Coming's list of untaxable property might 
be added our two hospitals, Pleasant View, the Christian 
Science Home, The Friendly Club, Woman's Club, Camp 
Spaulding, The Young Men's Christian Association, Home 
for the Aged, I. O. O. F. Home, the Historical Societies' 
Buildings and probably others. 

It will be my purpose to keep in touch with our city's 
activities and necessities and I will from time to time as 
occasion demands call to your attention observed require- 
ments for your consideration, mature thought and action. 
With desire, courage, cooperation and determination for 
our people's well being, we cannot but attain achievements 
credible to ourselves and of beneficial import to our city. 



ORDINANCES AND RESOLUTIONS 
Passed During the Year Ending January 11, 1937 



An Ordinance amending chapter 43 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 
adding thereto the following section. 

Section 2. All salaries in excess of Fifteen Hundred dollars shall 
remain reduced by five percent for one year, beginning April 15, 1936. 

Section 3. This ordinance shall take effect as of April 15, 1936. 

Passed March 9, 1936. 



An Ordinance amending chapter 43 of the revised ordinances 
relating to salaries. 

Be it ordained by the Board of Aldermen of the City of Concord, as 
follozvs : 

Section 1. Amend Section 1, subdivision (u) by striking out the 
whole thereof and inserting the following : 

(u) City Sealer, nine hundred and twenty dollars per annum. 
Section 2. This ordinance shall take effect as of Oct. 1, 1936. 
Passed October 9, 1936. 



An Ordinance in amendment of chapter 43 of the revised ordi- 
nances in relation to salaries. 

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

Section 1. Amend sub-division (X) of an ordinance passed May 
13, 1935, by striking out the second paragraph and inserting in place 
thereof the following: 

"First Deputy $2,200 per annum, Second Deputy $2100 per annum, 
Captains $1950 per annum, Lieutenant $1925 per annum, Perma- 
nent Men $1900. New Men (First Year) $1700, Second Year 
$1800. Third year and after $1900 per annum, House Man $100 
per annum. 

Section 2. This ordinance shall take effect as of January 1, 1937. 
Passed December 14, 1936. 



8 CITY OF CONCORD 

RESOLUTIONS 

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 draft 
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 28, 1936. 



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 
follozus: 

That the City Clerk be, and hereby is, authorized to ask for sealed 
proposals for printing and binding the City Reports for the year 
1935 and submit the same to the Finance Committee, who shall have 
full power to act in the matter. 

Passed January 28, 1936. 



Resolution providing for printing of the roster of the city gov- 
ernment. 

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

That the City Clerk be instructed to prepare l 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 
Stationery. 

Passed January 28, 1936. 



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 mu- 



RESOLUTIONS 9 

nicipal year 1936 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 28, 1936. 



Resolution appropriating money for W. P. A. projects. 

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

That the sum of two thousand dollars ($2,000) be, and hereby is 
appropriated, out of any money in the treasury not otherwise appro- 
priated for the City's share of the expense of W. P. A. Projects 
which cannot be charged to the Bond Issue. 

Passed January 28, 1936. 



Resolution authorizing the sale of certain securities held by 
the trustees of trust funds under the samuel c. eastman 
public library trust. 

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

Section 1. That the trustees of trust funds be and hereby are 
authorized to sell at public or private sale or at broker's board secu- 
rities held by them under the terms of the Samuel C. Eastman Public 
Library Trust, such securities being four (4) shares of the preferred 
stock of the United Gas and Improvement Company represented by 
certificate No. B06728 registered in the name of the City of Concord, 
New Hampshire; one hundred (100) shares of common stock of the 
United Gas and Improvement Company represented by certificate 
No. AS1491 registered in the name of the City of Concord, New 
Hampshire; sixty (60) shares of common stock of the United Gas and 
Improvement Company represented by certificate No. A07137 regis- 
tered in the name of the City of Concord, New Hampshire. 

Section. 2. The city treasurer is hereby authorized to execute any 
and all necessary assignments, transfers, or agreements in connection 
with the said sale. 

Section 3. This resolution shall take effect upon its passage. 
Passed March 9, 1936. 



10 CITY OF CONCORD 

Resolution authorizing the finance committee to effect a com- 
promise SETTLEMENT BETWEEN THE ClTY OF CONCORD AND HER- 
BERT L. Knowles. 

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

Section 1. That the Finance Committee be and hereby is au- 
thorized to effect a compromise settlement between the City of Con- 
cord and Herbert L. Knowles in connection with his property on Oak 
Hill Road, East Concord, New Hampshire, deeded to the City of 
Concord by the tax collector for non-payment of taxes ; and that in 
the event of a satisfactory compromise the Mayor be and hereby is 
authorized to execute a quitclaim deed or lease or any other contract 
or" agreement between the City of Concord and the said Herbert L. 
Knowles which is approved by the Finance Committee. 

Section 2. This resolution will take effect upon its passage. 

Passed March 9, 1936. 



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 finan- 
cial 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 pre- 
cinct of said city, the sum of twenty-seven hundred and fifty ($2,750) 
to defray the necessary expenses and charges of said precinct for the 
ensuing financial year, which shall be appropriated as follows : 
For the payment of bonds $2,500.00 

For the payment of interest that may become due 

on precinct bonds 250.00 

Section 2. This resolution shall take effect upon its passage. 
Passed March 30, 1936. 



Resolution authorizing the Mayor to appoint a committee on 
rehabilitation of families in flood area. 

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

That the Mayor be and hereby is authorized to appoint a com- 



RESOLUTIONS 11 

mittee consisting of five members of the board and three civilians to 
make a study of the rehabilitation of families in various sections of 
the flood area, and said committee report back to the Board of Alder- 
men at the next meeting. 
Passed April 13, 1936. 



Resolution relative to flood control in the Merrimack Valley. 
Resolved by the Board of Aldermen of the City of Concord, as 
follows: 

Whereas, the recent flood in the Merrimack Valley caused serious 
damages to our industrial plants, many of which suffered not only 
through the direct damage but production loss and their employees 
became victims of the flood through unemployment and loss in wages ; 
and 

Whereas, floods such as we have experienced may again occur 
unless immediate steps are taken to create storage reservoirs ; 

Be it resolved, that the Concord City Government hereby respect- 
fully petitions the President of the United States to recommend and 
approve the requests of the New Hampshire Water Resources Board 
for funds from PWA which up to the present time have been sought 
without success, that the work of flood control in the Merrimack Val- 
ley may be progressed without further delay. 

Passed April 13, 1936. 



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 of 
five hundred eleven thousand two hundred dollars ($511,200) to defray 
the necessary expenses and charges of the City for the ensuing finan- 
cial year, which together with the sums which may be raised on rail- 
roads and from other sources, which are approximately one hundred 
forty-four thousand dollars ($144,000), shall be appropriated as 
follows : 

City Poor, $50,000.00 

Old Age Assistance, 18,000.00 

Dependent Soldiers, City, 10,000.00 



12 CITY OF CONCORD 

Bonds and Notes 

City Hall and Auditorium, $5,000.00 

Public Improvement, 14,000.00 

Highways, 5,000.00 

Departmental Kquipment, 4,000.00 

Central Fire Station, 1,000.00 

Public Improvement and Refund, 10,500.00 

Highway Notes, 7,000.00 

Sprinkler System Notes, . 1.000.00 

Sewers, 9,000.00 



$56,500.00 



Cemeteries, $14,537.00 

Regrading Blocks "O" and "M", 2,238.00 



$16,775.00 

City Hall and Auditorium 

Salary, Messenger, $1,500.00 

Salary, Janitor, 1,248.00 

Fuel, 1,500.00 

Lights, 1,100.00 

Insurance, 600.00 

Incidentals, 900.00 



$6,848.00 



Mayor 

Salary, $2,000.00 

Incidentals, 1,200.00 1 



$3,200.00 



City Clerk 

Salary, City Clerk, $2,137.50 ' 

Salary, Clerk Board of Public Works, 200.00 

Salary, Clerks, 4,200.00^ 

Auto Upkeep, 400.00 

Incidentals, 8 25.oo 

$7,762.50 



RESOLUTIONS 

City Solicitor 



Salary, 
Incidentals, 



Salary, 
Clerk Hire, 
Incidentals, 



City Physicians, 
Care, City Clocks, 



City Treasurer 



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, 



Police Court 



Assessors 



Tax Collector 



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$1,000.00 
50.00 

$1,050.00 



$1,300.00 
400.00 
450.00 

$2,150.00 
$1,200.00 W 
110.00 - 



$720.00 
100.00 
200.00 

$1,020.00 



$1,800.00^ 
500.00 
600.00 

$2,900.00 



$6,400.00 
2,539.00 
400.00 v 
600.00 v- 
646.68 v 

$10,585.68 



$2,850.00 
2,165.45 



14 CITY OF CONCORD 

Postage and Printing, 
Incidentals 



Elections 



Salary, Election Officers, 
Incidentals, 



Fire Department 



Health Department 



Department of Public Works 



750.00 
500.00 

$6,265.45 



$3,088.00 
1,000.00 

$4,088.00 



c , ru . , $2,470.00 

S *\ ary ' Chief ' 35,660.00 

Salaries, , ' onm 

Salaries, Semi-annual, « 

Ughts l > l00m 

Upkeep Equipment, 2,200.00 

^1^ ,'nn L00O.00V 

£" InSpeCt, ° n ' 1 000.00 
Hose, 

Telephones and Insurance, 1,420.00 

Fire Alarm, 2,500.00 

Repairs, .OOO^ 

New Equipment, 1-000.00 

Incidentals! 1.000.00 



$62,915.00 



Salary, Sanitary Officer, $1,900.00 

Salary, Clerk, 1-144-00 

Auto Upkeep, 200.00 

Departmental Expenses, 1,450.00 
Milk Inspection: 

Salary, Inspector, 1,710.00 

Incidentals, 300 -00 
Auto Upkeep, 



400.00 



$7,104.00 



Roads and Bridges, $167,000.00 

Refuse Collection, 35,000.00 



RESOLUTIONS 



15 



Table Garbage, 
Sewers, 
Trees, 

Engineering, 
Lighting Streets, 



4,610.00 
10,000.00 

6,000.00 

5,275.00 
42,000.00 \y 



$269,885.00 



Incidentals and Land Damages, 

Interest Notes and Bonds 

Bonds and Notes, 
Temporary Loans, 



Parks 



Salary, Superintendent, 
Salary, Employees, 
Shrubbery and Trees, 
Trucking, 
Incidentals, 



Playgrounds and Bath, 



Public Comfort Station 



Salaries, 

Incidentals, 

Repairs, 



Public Library, 



Salary, Chief, 
Salary, Deputy, 
Salary, Officers, 
Salary, Specials, 



Police and Watch 



$1,900.00 



$14,256.25 
2,500.00 

$16,756.25 



$1,710.00 


3,800.00 


500.00 


400.00 v 


1,000.00 V 



$7,410.00 
$6,075.00 

$1,155.00 
325.00 
200.00 

$1,680.00 

$7,500.00 



$2,470.00 
2,280.00 

36,512.00 
3,700.00 



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Salary, Stenographer, 1,040.00 

Salary, Part-time Officer, Penacook, 800.00 

Repairs, 1-000.00 

Fue i 1,500.00 

Lights, 1-200-00 

Auto and Auto Supplies, 2,300.00 

Marking Streets, 3 °0-00 

Telephone and Gamewell, 6 00- 00 

Insurance, 375.00 

Keeping Prisoners, 200.00 

Incidentals, 1,100.00 

Printing, 200.00 

New Roof, Police Station, 500.00 

$56,077.00 

Printing and Stationery, $2,500.00 

Repairs, Buildings, $1,000.00 

Salary, Board of Aldermen, $1,915.00 

Miscellaneous 

Margaret Pillsbury Hospital, $4,500.00 

N. H. Memorial Hospital, 2,500.00 

Memorial Day, 350.00 

Family Welfare Society, 350.00 

Concord District Nursing Association, 350.00 

Penacook District Nursing Association, 100.00 

Zoning, 200.00 

Recreation Commission, 2,150.00 

Band Concerts, 800.00 

Work Relief Projects, 2,000.00 

Relief Gardens, 500.00 

Armistice Day, 100.00 

Fourth of July, 200.00 

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 



RESOLUTIONS 17 

of cemeteries, and so much of the income of these trust funds as may 
be thus expended shall be deposited in the city treasury at the close 
of the year, and the remainder in each instance credited to the indi- 
vidual 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 — except Health Dept. March 30, 1936. 

Board of Health Items Approved, May 11, 1936. 



Resolution relative to the leasing of the Auditorium. 

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

That the Mayor and the Committee on Lands and Buildings be 
and hereby is authorized to sign a lease with Carlyle Bennett for the 
renting of the Auditorium from June 15, 1936 to September 26, 1936, 
at a rental of eight hundred twenty-five dollars ($825.00). 

Passed May 11, 1936. 



Resolution authorizing the Mayor to issue a quitclaim deed to 
Nettie Hinze. 

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 Nettie Hinze of Lots No. 
4445 and 4458, Exchange Ave., Jones Park, sold to the City for non- 
payment of taxes, in exchange for a deed to Lot No. 4338E, Assessors' 
Map 114. 

Passed, May 11, 1936. 



Resolution authorizing the Mayor to issue a quitclaim deed to 
the Merrimack County Savings Bank. 

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

That the Mayor be, and hereby is, authorized to execute and 



18 CITY OF CONCORD 

deliver in the name of the City of Concord a quitclaim deed to the 
Merrimack County Savings Bank for the sum of two hundred thirty- 
two and 44/100 dollars ($232.44) the Wilma Crane property located 
at 451 North State Street which was deeded to the City March 12, 
1936. Said amount includes the 1936 taxes based on the 1935 tax rate. 

Passed May 11, 1936. 



Resolution appropriating money to reimburse departments for 
expenditures account of the flood. 

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

Section 1. That the sum of thirty-five thousand dollars, 
($35,000.00) be and hereby is appropriated to reimburse departments 
for expenditures account of the flood as follows : 

Police Department, $1,200.00 

Fire Department, 764.00 

W.P.A. Projects, 150.00 

Incidentals and Land Damages, 51.00 

Playground, East Concord, 100.00 

Health Department, 510.00 

Engineering Department, 32,225.00 



$35,000.00 



Sect. 2. That the above appropriated sum be itemized on the 
1936 Real Estate Tax Bills as a special item entitled "Flood Expense." 

Passed June 8, 1936. 



Resolution authorizing the Mayor to execute a quitclaim deed 
to Edward L. Mercier. 

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

That the Mayor be and hereby is authorized to execute in behalf 
of the City of Concord a quitclaim deed to Edward L. Mercier to 
lots Nos. 3880-15, 3880-23 Assessors' Map #4 sold to the City of 
Concord, June 26, 1929 and deeded to the City of Concord, April 22, 
1935 in exchange for a deed to the City of Concord from Edward 
Mercier to lots Nos. 44, 45, 46 and 47 on plan of Rumford Park 
deeded to Edward L. Mercier by Michael Mercier, March 31, 1936. 

Passed June 8, 1936. 



RESOLUTIONS 19 

Resolution relative to the construction of the so-called Gas 
House Bridge. 

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

That this Board accept the offer of the Federal Government to 
proceed with the construction of a new Gas House Bridge, so-called, 
and that the City Solicitor be instructed to negotiate with adjoining 
abuttors relative to land damages. 

Passed, June 8, 1936. 



Resolution relative to the bequest of the late Charles F. 
Goodhue. 

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

Section 1. That the action of the Board of Trustees of the Pub- 
lic Library in accepting the bequest of the late Charles F. Goodhue 
of the collection of preserved birds, mammals, minerals, Indian relics, 
curios and all other articles contained in museum located in Bosca- 
wen, N. H., be and hereby is approved. 

Sect. 2. That the sum of $1,500 be and hereby is appropriated 
out of any money in the Treasury not otherwise appropriated, to 
defray the expenses of providing suitable location and display of said 
collection, same to be expended under the supervision of the Board 
of Trustees of the Public Library. 

Sect. 3. That said Board of Trustees shall mark and designate 
this collection "Charles F. Goodhue Collection." 

Passed July 13, 1936. 



Resolution relative to the Concord Airport. 

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

That the Committee on Finance be and hereby is authorized to 
make a study of the activities of the Concord Airport as to the pres- 
ent ownership and operation and the possible acquisition of the same 
by the City. 

Passed July 13, 1936. 



20 CITY OF CONCORD 

Resolution authorizing the transfer of two hundred fifty dol- 
lars from the Eastman Association Trust to Park Depart- 
ment Appropriation. 

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

That the City Treasurer be and hereby is authorized to transfer 
to the Park Department the sum of two hundred fifty dollars from 
the Eastman Association Trust income for expenditures for the care 
and maintenance of the monument and lot known as the Eastman Park 
East Concord, N. H. 

Passed July 13, 1936. 



Resolution authorizing the Mayor to issue a quitclaim deed 
to Rassio Parenteau. 

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

That the Mayor be and hereby is authorized to issue to Rassio 
Parenteau a quitclaim deed to lot No. 4209, north side of the North 
Pembroke Road, deeded to the City of Concord, March 12, 1936. 

The consideration for said lot to be one hundred dollars ($100.00). 

Passed August 10, 1936. 



Resolution authorizing the Mayor to issue a quitclaim deed 
to Mary A. Currier. 

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

That the Mayor be and hereby is authorized to issue to Mary A. 
Currier a quitclaim deed for two lots No. 4611, w/s So. Pembroke 
Road Plan 220/169, deeded to the City of Concord, August 19, 1935. 

The consideration for said lots to be one hundred twenty-five dol- 
lare ($125.00). 

Passed, August 10, 1936. 



RESOLUTIONS 21 

Resolution authorizing the Mayor to execute a quitclaim deed 
to Ellen M. Diskin. 

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

That the Mayor be and hereby is authorized to execute to Ellen M. 
Diskin a quitclaim deed to lot No. 3449A19, sheet 8 Assessors' Map, 
sold to the City of Concord in 1929 for non-payment of 1928 taxes 
and deeded to the City of Concord April 22, 1935, in exchange for a 
deed to lot No. 50 on the plan of Rumford Park made by Lloyd and 
Mann, dated September, 1907. 

Passed, August 10, 1936. 



Resolution authorizing the Mayor to issue a quitclaim deed 
to the Margaret A. Lyons estate, Robert D. Lyons, Admin- 
istrator. 

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

That the Mayor be and hereby is authorized to issue to the Mar- 
garet A. Lyons Estate, Robert D. Lyons, Administrator, a quitclaim 
deed to the property located at 154 Rumford Street deeded to the 
City of Concord March 23, 1936. 

The consideration for said property to be seventy-one and 20/100 
dollars ($71.20). 

Passed August 10, 1936. 



Resolution in relation to building on property formerly owned 
by mlssuel gosselin. 

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

That the matter of demolishing the building on property formerly 
owned by Missuel Gosselin on Rumford Avenue, deeded to the City 
of Concord be referred to the Committee on Lands and Buildings 
with full power. 

Passed August 10, 1936. 



22 CITY OF CONCORD 

Resolution appropriating the sum of five hundred dollare for a 
study of the control of and the control of insects known 
as Japanese Beetles. 

Whereas The City of Concord has been infested to some degree 
by insects known as Japanese Beetles, which are causing untold 
damage in infested areas to both public and private vegetation, and 

Whereas the flight of these insects is in the general direction of 
the watershed of Long Pond, the principal water supply of the city, 
and little is known about the proper method of control or extermina- 
tion of these insects, 

Noiv Therefore, Be it Resolved by the Board of Aldermen of the City 
of Concord, as follozus: 

Section 1. That the sum of five hundred dollars be appropriated 
out of any money in the treasury not otherwise appropriated to be 
expended under the direction of the Park Commission for the study 
of the control of, and the control of insects known as Japanese Beetles. 

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

Passed September 3, 1936. 



Resolution authorizing the Mayor to issue a quitclaim deed 
to Mary Esther Cushing. 

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

That the Mayor be and hereby is authorized to issue a quitclaim 
deed to Mary Esther Cushing for the Homestead, 434 North State 
street, deeded to the City of Concord, N. H., March 12, 1936. 

The consideration on said deed to be three hundred dollars 
($300.00). 

Passed September 14, 1936. 



Resolution authorizing the Mayor to issue a quitclaim deed 
to the New Hampshire Savings Bank. 

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

That the Mayor be and hereby is authorized to issue a quitclaim 
deed to the New Hampshire Savings Bank for the property located 



RESOLUTIONS 23 

at number 90 Washington deeded to the City of Concord, N. H., 
March 23, 1936. 

The consideration on said deed to be eight hundred twenty-six and 
85/100 dollars ($826.85). 

Passed September 14, 1936. 



Resolution authorizing the Mayor to execute a quitclaim deed 
for a right of way to the public service company of new 
Hampshire. 

Rcsoh'cd by the Board of Aldermen of the City of Concord, as 
follozvs: 

Section 1. That the Mayor be and hereby is authorized to exe- 
cute in the name of the City a quitclaim deed to a right of way, 
together with the right to erect, repair, rebuild, operate and patrol 
electric transmission lines, consisting of suitable and sufficient poles 
and towers, with suitable foundations, together with wires strung 
upon cross arms between the poles for the transmission of electric 
current, and suitable braces, anchors, wires and guys over a strip of 
land fifty feet each side center line, and being part of the land owned 
by the City of Concord and deeded to said City by Annie M. Chandler 
by deed dated August 23, 1932, recorded in Merrimack County Regis- 
try of Deeds, Book 523, Page 312 for the sum of one hundred dollars. 

Sect. 2. Said deed shall contain a reservation to the effect that 
the City shall have the right to all wood on the premises and may 
require the grantee at any time upon ten days notice in writing to 
reset any pole or poles to conform to the grade which may be estab- 
lished from time to time as sand is removed from the pit. 

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

Passed September 14, 1936. 



Resolution in relation to the Chandler School Lot. 

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

follozvs: 

That the Mayor be and hereby is authorized to appoint a com- 
mittee consisting of three members of the Board of Aldermen to con- 
fer with the members of Union School District relative to the pur- 



24 CITY OF CONCORD 

chase by the city from the Union School District, the Chandler 
School Lot, for playground purposes. 

Passed September 14, 1936. 



Resolution appropriating the sum of fifteen hundred dollars 

FOR THE PURCHASE OF LAND FROM THE CONCORD YOUNG Men's 

Christian Association. 

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

Section 1. That the sum of fifteen hundred dollars, be and hereby 
is appropriated from any money in the treasury not otherwise appro- 
priated for the purchase of a strip of land along Warren Street, ap- 
proximately eleven feet wide and one hundred thirty feet long from 
the Concord Young Men's Christian Association, for the purpose 
of widening said Warren Street from the Central Fire Station to 
State Street. 

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

Passed October 9, 1936. 



Resolution authorizing the Mayor to sign a new contract with 
the Concord Electric Company for street lighting. 

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

That the recommendation of the Board of Public Works dated 
August 5, 1936, relative to a new street lighting contract be adopted 
and that the Mayor be authorized to sign said contract with the 
Concord Electric Company in conformity with the letter signed by 
Levin J. Chase, Manager, and dated July 16, 1936, for a period of five 
years and that the 600 C. P. lamps be replaced by those of 400 C. P. 
The present contract to be abrograted and the new contract to be 
retroactive as of January 1, 1936. 

Passed October 9, 1936. 



Resolution authorizing the Mayor to execute a quitclaim deed 
to Evelyn Stone. 

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

Section 1. That the Mayor be and hereby is authorized to execute 
a quitclaim deed to Evelyn Stone for house, 15 Canterbury Road and 



RESOLUTIONS 25 

seventeen lots, Fernlawn, Nos. 16-30 inclusive and 236 and 239. The 
above lots were deeded to the City of Concord. N. H., March 26, 
1936. 

The consideration for the above lots to be two hundred seven and 
33/100 dollars ($207.33). 

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

Passed October 15, 1936. 



Resolution appropriating forty-six thousand five hundred 
twenty-six dollars and fifty-one cents to pay for real 
estate sold to the city of concord for unpaid taxes for the 

YEAR 1935. 

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

That the sum of forty-six thousand five hundred twenty-six and 
51/100 dollars ($46,526.51) be, and 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, September 29, 1936, of real estate, for unpaid taxes 
for the year 1935. 

Passed October 15, 1936. 



Resolution authorizing the issuance of serial bonds in the 
amount of twenty-five thousand dollars ($25,000) for the 
purpose of making public improvements of a permanent 

NATURE. 

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

Section 1. That for the purpose of paying for public improve- 
ments of a permanent nature, including the reconstruction of a por- 
tion of Warren Street ; construction of the Washington Street sewer ; 
the reconstruction of a portion of South Main Street ; there is ap- 
propriated the sum of twenty-five thousand dollars ($25,000) ; and to 
meet the said appropriation the City shall borrow the sum of twenty- 
five thousand dollars ($25,000) and give its bonds therefor. 



26 CITY OF CONCORD 

These bonds shall be twenty-five in number, and of the denomina- 
tion of one thousand dollars each; shall be dated December 1, 1936 
and shall be made payable to bearer with interest coupons attached 
bearing interest at a rate not to exceed two and one-half (2V 2 ) per 
centum per annum, payable semi-annually on the first day of June 
and the first day of December in each year. Five thousand dollars 
of said bonds shall become due and payable on the first day of Decem- 
ber, 1937, and five thousand dollars annually on the first day of 
December in each succeeding year until and including the first day of 
December, 1941. The principal of said bonds and the interest cou- 
pons attached shall be made payable at the National Shawmut Bank of 
Boston, Massachusetts, or at the office of the City Treasurer at Con- 
cord, New Hampshire at the option of the holder. 

Sect. 2. The City Treasurer is hereby authorized to secure pro- 
posals for the series of bonds hereby authorized, and shall accept 
whichever proposal seems to be for the best interests of the City, 
subject however to the approval of the Finance Committee of the 
Board of Aldermen. The right shall be reserved to reject any or all 
bids. 

Sect. 3. The appropriation provided for in Section one of this 
resolution shall be expended under the direction of the Board of 
Public Works. 

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

Passed October 15, 1936. 



Resolution appropriating money for the care and maintenance 
of the hockey rink at Memorial Field. 

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

That the sum of two hundred fifty dollars be and hereby is appro- 
priated out of any money in the treasury not otherwise appropriated 
for the purpose of maintaining and keeping cleared of snow the hockey 
rink at Memorial Field. 

That said sum is to be expended under the supervision of the 
Recreational Commission. 

Passed November 9, 1936. 



RESOLUTIONS 27 

Resolution authorizing the issuance of serial bonds in the 
amount of seventy thousand dollars ($70,000.00) for the 
purpose of making public improvements of a permanent 

NATURE. 

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

Section 1. That for the purpose of paying for public improve- 
ments of a permanent nature, including the purchase of the Concord 
Airport there is appropriated the sum of seventy thousand dollars 
($70,000) ; and to meet the said appropriation the City shall borrow 
the sum of seventy thousand ($70,000) and give its bonds therefor. 

These bonds shall be seventy in number and of the denomination 
of one thousand dollars each; shall be dated January 1, 1937 and 
shall be made payable to bearer with interest coupons attached bear- 
ing interest at a rate not to exceed two and one-half (2 J / 2 ) per 
centum per annum, payable semi-annually on the first day of January 
and the first day of July in each year. Ten thousand dollars of said 
bonds shall become due and payable on the first day of January, 
1938 and ten thousand dollars annually on the first day of January 
in each succeeding year until and including the first day of January, 
1945. The principal of said bonds and the interest coupons attached 
shall be made payable at the National Shawmut Bank of Boston, 
Massachusetts, or at the office of the City Treasurer at Concord, New 
Hampshire, at the option of the holder. 

Sect. 2. The City Treasurer is hereby authorized to secure pro- 
posals for the series of bonds hereby authorized, and shall accept 
whichever proposal seems to be for the best interests of the City, sub- 
ject however to the approval of the Finance Committee of the Board 
of Aldermen. The right shall be reserved to reject any or all bids. 

Sect. 3. The appropriation provided for in Section One of this 
resolution shall be expended under the direction and supervision of the 
special committee on Work Relief Projects. 

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

Passed December 7, 1936. 



Resolution relative to the purchase of the Concord Airport. 

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

That the City of Concord purchase all the assets of the Concord 



28 CITY OF CONCORD 

Airport Corporation in the Concord Airport for the sum of $10,000.00. 
And in addition to the purchase price this Board recommends to the 
Board of Assessors the abatement of all taxes due the city from said 
corporation. 

Passed December 7, 1936. 



Resolution authorizing the Mayor to execute a quitclaim deed 
to Robert E. Philbrick. 

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

That the Mayor be and hereby is authorized to execute to Robert 
E. Philbrick for Blacksmith Shop and Tenement, No. 40 Loudon 
Road a quitclaim deed for a consideration of $409.10, this property 
having been deeded to the City of Concord, N. H., March 23, 1936. 

Passed December 14, 1936. 



Resolution authorizing the Mayor to execute a quitclaim deed 
to Burton H. Fletcher. 

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

That the Mayor be and hereby is authorized to execute to Burton 
H. Fletcher a quitclaim deed for 4 lots and building, Concord Manor, 
Lots Nos. 429, 430, 431, 432, Penacook, N. H., for a consideration of 
$77.43, this property having been deeded to the City of Concord, N. H. 
March 23, 1936. 

Passed December 14, 1936. 



Resolution authorizing the Mayor to execute a quitclaim deed 
to Nestor George. 

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

That the Mayor be and hereby is authorized to execute to Nestor 
George a quitclaim deed for 5 lots, Nos. 62, 63, 64, 65, 66, Fernlawn 
for a consideration of $32.83, this property having been deeded to the 
City of Concord, N. H., March 11, 1936. 

Passed December 14, 1936. 



RESOLUTIONS 29 

Resolution authorizing the Mayor to execute a quitclaim deed 
to Louis Rabinovitz. 

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

That the Mayor be and hereby is authorized to execute to Louis 
Rabinovitz a quitclaim deed for 5 lots and storehouse, Homefield, 
Lots Nos. 32, 33, 34, 35, 36 for a consideration of $314.98, this prop- 
erty having been deeded to the City of Concord, N. H. March 12, 1936. 

Passed December 14, 1936. 



Resolution accepting the offer of the Uuited States to the 
City of Concord to aid by way of grant in financing the 
construction of sewers. 

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

Section 1. That the offer of the United States of America to the 
City of Concord to aid by way of grant in financing the construction 
of sewers, a copy of which offer reads as follows : 

"Washington, D. C. 
Dated: Nov. 18, 1936. 
Docket No. N.H. 1016-D 
City of Concord, 
Concord, Merrimack County, 
New Hampshire. 

Subject to the Terms and Conditions (PWA Form No. 210, July 
1, 1936), which are made a part hereof, the United States of America 
hereby offers to aid in financing the construction of sewers in the 
City of Concord (herein called the 'Project'), by making a grant to 
the City of Concord in the amount of 45 per cent of the cost of the 
Project upon completion, as determined by the Federal Emergency 
Administrator of Public Works, but not to exceed, in any event, the 
sum of $8,204. 

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA. 

Federal Emergency Administrator of Public Works 

By Horatio B. Hackett, Assistant Administrator." 

be and the same is hereby in all respects accepted. 

Sect. 2. That said City of Concord abide by all the Terms and 
Conditions relating to such grant, a copy of which Terms and Condi- 
tions is annexed to the Government's offer and made a part thereof. 



oO CITY OF CONCORD 

Sect. 3. That the Mayor be and he is hereby authorized and 
directed forthwith to send to the Federal Emergency Administration 
of Public Works three certified copies of the proceedings of this meet- 
ing of the Board of Aldermen in connection with the adoption of this 
Resolution, and such further documents or proofs in connection with 
the acceptance of said offer as may be requested by the Federal Emer- 
gency Administration of Public Works and that he be and hereby is 
further authorized to execute such documents as are required in con- 
nection with the requisition for Federal funds. 

Sect. 4. That it is hereby covenanted that work on the project 
described in the offer will be commenced as early as possible but in 
no event later than January 30, 1937 ; that the work will be planned 
so that it will reach a substantial peak before April 30, 1937 ; and that 
the project will be completed by Janury 30, 1938. 

Passed December 14, 1936. 



Resolution in relation to a revision of the revised ordinances 
of the City of Concord. 

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

That the Committee on Bills on Second Reading be authorized to 
arrange for and engage the services of such persons as necessary and 
have a revision of the Ordinances of the City of Concord made from 
1926, the date of the last revision, to date. 

And be it further Resolved: That the sum of $1,500.00 be and 
hereby is appropriated out of any money in the Treasury not other- 
wise appropriated to defray the expense of said revision, said sum to 
be expended under the direction of the Committee on Bills on Second 
Reading. 

Passed December 30, 1936 



Resolution donating the sum of twenty-five dollars out of the 
income from the David Osgood Trust. 

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

Section 1. That the sum of twenty-five dollars ($25.00) be here- 
by donated out of the income from the David Osgood Trust to the 
poor children of the French Parochial School who are inhabitants of 



RESOLUTIONS 31 

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 December 30, 1936. 



Resolution authorizing the transfer of money to the relief 
appropriation. 

Resolved by the Board of Aldermen of the City of Concord, as 
folloi\.'s : 

That the City Clerk be and hereby is authorized to transfer to the 
appropriations for city poor and dependent soldiers city such sums as 
have been received from the State of New Hampshire since July 1, 
1936 and such sums as have been received from other towns and 
counties. 

Passed December 30, 1936. 



Resolution appropriating money for W. P. A. projects. 

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

That the sum of three thousand dollars ($3,000.00) be, and hereby 
is appropriated out of any money in the treasury not otherwise ap- 
propriated for the City's share of the expense of W. P. A. Projects 
which cannot be charged to the Bond Issue. 

Passed January 11, 1937. 



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 thou- 
sand dollars ($700,000) for expenses in anticipation of taxes for the 



32 CITY OF CONCORD 

municipal year 1937 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 re- 
fund 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 11, 1937. 



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 annual city reports for the 
year 1936 and submit the same to the Finance Committee who shall 
have full power to act in the matter. 

Passed January 11, 1937. 



Resolution appropriating money for deficits in the several de- 
partments. 

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

Section 1. That the sum of six hundred seventeen and 30/100 
dollars ($617.30) be, and hereby is appropriated out of any money in 
the treasury not otherwise appropriated, to pay outstanding claims as 
follows : 

Assessors $123.45 

City Treasurer 10.86 

Elections 379.05 

Printing and Stationery, 103.94 



$617.30 



Sect. 2. That there be transferred to the appropriation for Fire 
Department for the year 1936, the sum of two hundred ninety-eight and 



RESOLUTIONS 33 

80/100 dollars ($298.80), the same being the earnings of this depart- 
ment. 

Sect. 3. That there be transferred to the approbation for Tax 
Collector for the year 1936, the sum of three hundred ninety-six 
and 82/100 dollars ($396.82), the same being the earnings of this 
department. 

Sect. 4. That there be transferred to the appropriation for Parks 
for the year 1936, the sum of two hundred eighty-four and 54/100 
dollars ($284.54), the same being the earnings of this department. 

Sect. 5. That there be transferred to the appropriation for 
Recreation Commission for the year 1936, the sum of thirty-three 
hundred sixty-eight and 07/100 dollars ($3,368.07), the same being 
the earnings of this department. 

Sect. 6. That there be transferred to the appropriation for Pub- 
lic Library for the year 1936, the sum of eight hundred eighty-three 
and 57/100 dollars (883.57) representing fines; eight hundred forty 
dollars ($840.00) representing rent of the battery station. 

Sect. 7. That there be transferred to the appropriation for Roads 
and Bridges for the year 1936, the sum of eighteen thousand two hun- 
dred thirty-seven and 02/100 dollars ($18,237.02), the same being the 
earnings of this department. 

6"ect. 8. That there be transferred to the appropriation for En- 
gineering Department for the year 1936, the sum of six hundred 
twenty-seven and 11/100 dollars ($627.11), the same being the earn- 
ings of this department. 

Sect. 9. That there be transferred to the appropriation for Sewers 
for the year 1936, the sum of thirty-two hundred twenty-eight and 
96/100 dollars ($3,228.96), the same being the earnings of this de- 
partment. 

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

Passed January 11, 1937. 



34 



CITY OF CONCORD 

CITY GOVERNMENT, 1936 



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



Office, City Hall 
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, 1938 
CHARLES J. McKEE, 7 Badger St. 

ARTHUR F. STURTEVANT, 60 So. State St. 

EDWARD B. HASKELL, 10 Jackson St. 

Term Expires, January, 1940 
WILLIAM ARTHUR STEVENS, East Concord 

GEORGE H. CORBETT, 12 Thompson St. 

WILLIAM L. STEVENS, 78 School St. 



WARD ALDERMEN 



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



Ward 1- 

Ward 2- 

Ward 3- 

Ward 4- 

Ward 5- 

Ward 6- 

Ward 7- 

Ward 8- 

Ward 9- 



-CHARLES P. COAKLEY, 
-HAROLD D. MERRILL, 
-HARRY C. ANDERSON, 
TIARRY L. ALEXANDER, 
-NUTE B. FLANDERS, 
-CLARENCE L. CLARK, 
-WALDO S. ROUNDY, 
-SIMEON SHARAF, 
-EARL W. GAIGE, 



Penacook 

E. Concord 

Roger Ave. 

12 Auburn St. 

3 Tahanto St. 

71 South St. 

125 South St. 

98 No. Main St. 

5 Charles St. 



city government 35 

Standing Committees of the Board of Aldermen 

On Accounts and Claims — 

Aldermen Clark, Corbett, Roundy, Flanders 

On Bills, Second Reading — 

Aldermen Corbett, Sturtevant, William A. Stevens, 
Flanders 

On Elections and Returns — 

Aldermen Roundy, Haskell, Sharaf, Alexander 

On Engrossed Ordinances — 

Aldermen Sturtevant, William A. Stevens, Sharaf, Gaige 

On Finance — 

Aldermen William L. Stevens, McKee, Alexander, 
Anderson 

On Fire Department- — 

Aldermen Coakley, Anderson, Clark, Merrill 

On Lands and Buildings — 

Aldermen Haskell, Roundy, McKee, Gaige 

On Police and License — 

Aldermen Sturtevant, William A. Stevens, Coakley, 
Flanders 

On Playgrounds and Bath — 

Aldermen Merrill, Anderson, Coakley, Sharaf, Gaige, 
Roundy, Mrs. Bertha Chase, Mrs. Maud N. Black- 
wood, Mrs. Victoria Mahoney, Miss Margaret Chal- 
lis, Mrs. Ethel M. Storrs, Mrs. Kathleen Mullen, 
Mrs. H. C. Kittredge, Mrs. Nora E. Donovan. 

On Public Instruction — 

Aldermen Sturtevant, Haskell, Sharaf, Corbett 



36 



CITY OF CONCORD 



CITY OFFICIALS 



Joseph E. Shepard 
Clarence O. Philbrick 
Edward F. Donovan 
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 
Ambrose Sweet 
Fred H. Perley 
Fred W. Lang 
Fred W. Lang 
Ralph W. Flanders 
Everett. H. Runnals 
Ellsworth P. Runnals 
William T. Happny 
Fred W. Lang 
William T. Happny 
Percy R. Sanders 
Walt Constantine 
Board of Adjustment 



Fred G. Crowell 
Austin B. Presby 
Frank Atkinson* 
Carl L. Sargent** 
Clarence I. Tebbetts 
D'r. Walter C. Rowe 
Dr. Elmer U. Sargent 
V. I. Moore 
J. Edward Silva 
Arthur W. Mclsaac 
Travis P. Burroughs 
W r . B. Mclnnis 

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



Salary 
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, 9, 500 

Deputy City Clerk 1,750 

Overseer of the Poor, Ward 1 350 

Overseer of the Poor, Ward 2 25 

City Solicitor 1,000 

Superintendent of City Clocks 85 

Superintendent of City Clocks, Penacook 25 

Culler of Staves Fees 

Commissioner of Public Works 3,000 

Building Inspector, ew-offtcio None 
Fence Viewer \ 

Fence Viewer y $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 1,200 
Mayor, ex-ofpcio, Chairman. Building Inspector, 
cx-officio, and Assistant Building Inspector, 

cx-officio None 

City Messenger 1,500 

Milk Inspector 1,800 

Superintendent of Parks 1,800 



Inspector of Petroleum 

City Physician 

Assistant City Physician 

Chief, Police Department 

Assistant Chief, Police Department 

Captain, Police Department 

Sanitary Officer 

Sealer of Leather, reasonable price, by 

employing 
Sealer of Weights and Measures 
Tax Collector 
City Treasurer 
Cemetery Treasurer 
Superintendent of Water Works 
Judge, Municipal Court 
Associate Judge, Municipal Court 



Fees 
1,000 
200 
2,600 
2,400 
2,000 
2,000 



720 
3,000 
1,200 

100 
4,000 
1,800 

500 



CITY GOVERNMENT 37 



Salary 
Per Annum 
John W. Stanley Clerk, Municipal Court 600 

Charles L. Jackman Police Commission, Chairman None 

Guy A. Swenson Police Commission None 

Daniel Shea Police Commission, Clerk Nona 

All salaries in excess of $1,500 subject to 5% cut from April 15, 1935 
to April 15, 1936. 

*Resigned May 1, 1936. 
**Appointed to fill vacancy. 



38 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. Storrs, ex-officio, Chairman 

Fred W. Lang, Clerk, Term expires 1937 

1937 
1938 
1938 
1939 
1939 



Claude H. Swain, 
Harold H. Blake, 
Allen Hollis, 
Herbert G. Abbot, 
Harry G. Emmons, 



UNDERTAKERS 

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

Hiram G. Kilkenny, Term expires 1937 

Nyron S. Calkin, " " 1937 

Frank J. Kelly, " " 1937 

William H. Hoyt, " " 1937 

Harley Boutwell, " " 1937 



LIBRARY TRUSTEES 

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

Ward 1 — Fred M. Dodge, 
" 2— Mrs. Armine Ingham, 
" 3 — Levin J. Chase, 
" 4 — Willis D. Thompson, Jr., 
" 5 — Edward A. Dame, 
" 6 — Oliver Jenkins, 
" 7 — Henry B. Cannon, 
" 8 — Perley B. Phillips, 
" 9 — Dr. Harold J. Connor* 
— Joseph J. Comi**, 

*Died April 8, 1936 
♦•Appointed to fill vacancy. 



Term 


expires 


1937 


it 


it 


1937 


a 


a 


1937 




it 


1937 


a 


it 


1937 


a 


it 


1937 


a 


it 


1937 


it 


ti 


1937 


it 


a 


1937 


C( 


a 


1937 



CITY GOVERNMENT 39 

BOARD OF EXAMINERS OF PLUMBERS 

Appointed annually in April by Mayor. Salary, none. 

Walter C. Rowe, M.D. 

Fred W. Lang, cx-officio, Clerk 

John J. Maloney, Term expires 1937 



BOARD OF HEALTH 

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

John W. Storrs, Mayor, ex-officio 

Dr. W. C. Rowe, ex-officio, Term expires 1937 

Dr. Thomas M. Dudley, " " 1937 



WATER COMMISSIONERS 

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

John W. Storrs, Mayor, cx-officio 

Henry P. Callahan, Term expires 1937 

Burns P. Hodgman, Clerk, " " 1937 

Dr. James W. Jameson, " " 1938 

H. H. Dudley, President, " " 1938 

B. H. Orr, u " 1939 

Gardner Tilton, " " 1939 

Frank P. Quimby*, " " 1940 

Allen M. Freeman**, " " 1940 

Richard S. Rolfe, " " 1940 

*Died August 22, 1936 
♦•Appointed to fill vacancy 



40 



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. 



Burns P. Hodgman, 
Carl H. Foster, 
Harry H. Dudley, 



Term expires 1937 

1938 

" " 1939 



PARK COMMISSIONERS 

Two appointed in January for three-year term subject to confirmation 
of Board of Aldermen. 

John W. Storrs, Mayor, ex-officio 

Will J. Drew, 
Dr. Robert J. Graves, 
Gardner G. Emmons, 
Mrs. Robert C. Murchie,* 
Mrs. Thomas N. Troxell, 
Edgar C. Hirst, 
Alpheus M. Johnson, 

'Resigned. 
**Appointed to fill vacancy. 



Term 


expires 

c< 

a 
it 
a 
u 
u 


1937 
1937 
1938 
1938 
1938 
1939 
1939 



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 

Dr. C. R. Metcalf, Term expires 1937 

Leigh S. Hall, " " 1937 

Gardner G. Emmons, Clerk, " " 1938 

J. M. Ahern, Chairman, " " 1938 



CITY GOVERNMENT 41 

WARD OFFICERS 

Ward 1— WILLIAM H. McGIRR, Moderator 

A. YORK, ) 

GEORGE McGIRR, j- Supervisors 

E. LAFLAMME, 

GRENVILLE T. DODGE, Clerk 

Ward 2— RALPH W. JONES, Moderator 

H. F. PIPER, ) 

STUART POTTER, \ Supervisors 

H. W. INGHAM, 

E. M. SABEN, Clerk 

Ward 3— ARTHUR F. HENRY, Moderator 

JOHN N. ENGEL, ) 

EVA FARNUM, [Supervisors 

OMAR E. F. EKSTROM, 

HOWARD P. BLANCHARD, Clerk 



Ward 4— J. S. OTIS, Moderator 



1 



RUSSELL M. FRASIER, 

C. M. STRONG, [Supervisors 

MARGARET CHALLIS, 

W. C. BRUNEL, Clerk 

Ward 5— W. L. STEVENS, Moderator 

E. W. WALKER, ) 

HAROLD W. GREATOREX, [- Supervisors 
C. E. NASON, 

ARTHUR W. PROUD, Clerk 



42 CITY OF CONCORD 

Ward 6— ARTHUR E. BEAN, Moderator 
C. DUNCAN,* ^ 

NELSON STRONG,** ! c 

E. W. SALTMARSH, ^Supervisors 

W. A. STEVENS, 
GUY JEWETT, Clerk 
Ward 7— ALLEN N. FREEMAN, Moderator 
H. M. FARRAR, ) 

R. S. SIBLEY, 'Supervisors 

L. D. CILLEY, 
G. B. WHITTREDGE, Clerk 

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

F. SMITH, i Supervisors 
CHARLES A. BARTLETT, 

HENRY BOISVERT, Clerk 

Ward 9— ANDREW SALTMARSH, Moderator 
MINNIE A. DREW, ) 

GEORGE KENNEY, j- Supervisors 

MARTIN H. SPAIN, 
EARLE W. GAIGE, Clerk 



BALLOT INSPECTORS 

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

Ward 2— B. H. MANN 

WILLIAM CARSON 
C. E. PERRY 
HERBERT GARDNER 

l''"'l Nov. 12, 1936. 
Appointed to fill vacancy. 



CITY GOVERNMENT 



43 



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

Ward 4— WIJNFIELD J. PHILLIPS 
PAUL MANSUR 
THOMAS CONWAY 
EDWIN DeANGELIS 

Ward 5— ATWOOD LEVENSALER 
EARL F. NEWTON 
J. W. STANLEY 
GEORGE A. CONLON 

Ward 6— WALTER WILLIAMSON 
JAMES H. DOLAN 
GEORGE W. LOVEJOY 
DONALD SALTMARSH 

Ward 7— A. R. HUSSEY 

CHESTER JEWELL 
JOSEPH NAUGTON 
A. O. PRESTON 

Ward 8— HAROLD B. AREY 

ADOLPHE BOISVERT 
SHERRIE F. PETTINGILL 
A. W. THOMPSON 

Ward 9— WILLIAM JOHNS 
FRED COATES 
GEORGE HODGE 
DAVID WHALEN 



Moderators and Ward Clerks, 
Supervisors — Wards 1, 2, 3, 8, 9, 
Supervisors — Wards 4, 5, 6, 7, 



Ballot Inspectors, 



Salary 

Per Annum 

$40.00 

40.00 

50.00 

Per Diem 

$8.00 



44 CITY OF CONCORD 

MAYORS OF THE CITY OF CONCORD 

The original charter of the city was adopted by the inhabitants March 
in, 1853, and until 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 bien- 
nially 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 HUMPREY, 1861-'62 

" BENJAMIN F. GALE, 1863-'64 

" MOSES HUMPREY, '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. CUMMI^GS,J 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. 
tTerm closed in November, 1880. 
JTerm commenced in November, 1880. 



CITY GOVERNMENT 45 

Hon. CHARLES J. FRENCH, 1918-'19 

HENRY E. CHAMBERLIN, 1920-'23 

WILLIS H. FLINT, 1924-'25 

FRED N. MARDEN* 1926-'27 

OLIN H. CHASE,f 1928- 

ROBERT W. BROWN,** 1928-'33 

JOHN W. STORRS, 1934-' 



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



46 CITY OF CONCORD 

WATER DEPARTMENT, 1936 



died August 22 


, 1936 


to March 31 


1940 


to March 31, 


1940 


to March 31 


1939 


to March 31, 


1939 


to March 31, 


1938 


to March 31, 


1938 


to March 31, 


1937 


to March 31, 


1937 



Board of Water Commissioners 

JOHN W. STORRS, Mayor, ex-offlcio 

FRANK P. QUIMBY, 
ALLEN M. FREEMAN, 
RICHARD S. ROLFE, 
BENJAMIN H. ORR, 
GARDNER TILTON, 
HARRY H. DUDLEY, 
DR. JAMES W. JAMESON, 
BURiNS P. HODGMAN, 
HENRY P. CALLAHAN, 

HARRY H. DUDLEY, President 
BURNS P. HODGMAN, Clerk 

SUPERINTENDENT 

P. R. SANDERS 

CLERK 

ALICE G. COCHRAN 

FOREMAN 

JAMES T. DAVIS 

ENGINEER 

F. JEROME HOYT 



WATER DEPARTMENT 47 

REPORT OF THE BOARD OF WATER 
COMMISSIONERS 



To the Honorable Mayor and Board of Aldermen: 

The principal work of the Department for the year 
1936 has been the satisfactory completion of the contracts 
for the extra high service system and the elevated water 
tower in Penacook. 

This work has been carried on in conjunction with the 
Public Works Administration. Contracts were let to L. 
H. Shattuck Inc., of Manchester for building the founda- 
tions for the 250,000 gallon standpipe on the Little Pond 
Road and for the 250,000 gallon elevated water tower in 
Penacook and for the construction of the pumping sta- 
tion on Columbus Avenue; to Chicago Bridge and Iron 
Works for the standpipe and for the elevated water tower; 
and to F. A. Mazzur Co., Inc. for the equipment in the 
pumping station which is operated automatically; the 
pipe laying was done by force account. 

Metcalf and Eddy were the engineers for the project 
and were very thorough in their plans, inspection and 
tests. 

The automatic pumping equipment works out as 
planned; the pumps starting when the water is down in 
the standpipe six or seven feet and stopping when the 
water level is within 18" from top of tank. 

This extra high service system provides forty pounds 
additional water pressure for this district. 

In the 1935 session of our State Legislature an amend- 
ment was made to Chapter 153 of the Statute Laws 
which placed municipal water utilities under authority 
of Public Service Commission as to uniform accounting 
and requiring reports to that Commission as prescribed. 

We were notified of this law by the Public Service 
Commission in November 1935 and after two hearings 



48 CITY OF CONCORD 

with water works officials, the Commission issued an 
order dated February 17, 1936, requiring keeping of ac- 
counts and filing reports in accordance with regulations 
accompanying and made a part of the order, effective as 
of January 1, 1936. 

This necessitated a new accounting system in our of- 
fice and in the set up, required a valuation of the plant. 

We employed Archie M. Peisch & Company to install 
the system and make such valuation. This was estab- 
lished by historic cost with depreciation reserve; while 
it was not possible to get complete information in regard 
to all separate items of plant cost during the early years 
of the Water Works, the accountants made very careful 
study of our records and we feel that their report repre- 
sented a fair and accurate valuation, while the depreci- 
ation percentages were those recommended by American 
Water Works Association and considered as standard by 
water works authorities. 

Mr. Sanders shows in his report the balance sheet as 
of January 1, 1937, as set up by the Certified Account- 
ants. 

Respectfully submitted, 

For the Board of Water Commissioners 
duly authorized, 

HARRY H. DUDLEY, 

President. 



WATER DEPARTMENT 49 



IN MEMORIAM 
Frank P. Quimby 

It is with a deep sense of loss and regret that the 
Board of Water Commissioners records the death of 
Frank P. Quimby on August 22, 1936. Mr. Quimby was 
appointed to the Board by Mayor Charles French in 1911 
and served on the Board continuously for twenty-five 
years. He brought to the Board during his years of serv- 
ice sound judgment, wise counsel and keen interest in the 
affairs of the Concord Water Works. 

During his years of service important changes took 
place, consisting of the additional water supply of the 
driven wells and pumping station at North Pembroke; 
the extension of the water service to East Concord and 
Concord Heights; additional high service to Penacook 
and the west portion of the city known as the West End. 
In all these important additions and extensions, Frank 
Quimby took a keen interest and an active part. In his 
passing the City of Concord has lost a valued citizen. 



50 CITY OF CONCORD 

REPORT OF THE SUPERINTENDENT 



To the Board of Water Commissioners: 

I herewith present to you the sixty-fifth annual report 
of the operations of this Department: 

Receipts 
For water at fixed rates, Com- 



mercial, 


$5,691.59 




For water at meter rates, Com- 






mercial, 


84,101.73 




For water at meter rates, In- 






dustrial, 


14,834.12 




For water, 1935 account, 


430.99 




From delinquents, 

For water for building purposes, 

For water for miscellaneous uses, 


300.98 

252.01 

55.15 




For pipe and stock sold and labor 
For old metals, 


, 1,937.43 
57.82 




For rent of land, 


150.00 




Refund on insurance premium, 
For shutting off and turning on 

water, non-payment of water 

bills, 


9.71 

4.00 


$107,825.53 
20.07 


Deduct abatements, 





$107,805.46 



WATER DEPARTMENT 



51 



Expenditures 



OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE 

Superintendence, 

Distribution wages, 

Distribution supplies and expenses, 

Mains, 

Services, 

Hydrants, 

Meters, 

Purification plant, 

Penacook Lake expenses, 

Office account, 

Reading meters and house inspection, 

Automobile account, 

Shop expenses, 

Repairs to water supply structures, 

Incidentals, 



North State Street Pumping Station: 



Salaries, 

Power, 

Fuel for power, 

Supplies and expenses, 

Boiler insurance, 

Repairs to equipment, 



2,615.61 
2,561.87 
187.50 
491.98 
103.50 
910.60 



Sanders Pumping Station: 




Salaries, 


4,280.98 


Power, 


1,323.59 


Fuel, 


138.83 


Supplies and expenses, 


391.59 



$2,959.43 

11,228.89 

1,258.43 

558.68 

367.89 

77.44 

3,341.59 

390.78 

1,880.42 

4,649.82 

1,434.94 

3,047.96 

335.67 

38.51 

328.25 



6,871.06 



6,134.99 



52 CITY OF CONCORD 

Columbus Avenue Pumping Station: 



Power, 


76.43 




Supplies and expenses, 


66.53 


14? 06 






iTii./U 






$45,047.71 


PLANT ACCOUNT 




Land, 




500.00 


East Concord Elevated Tank, 




2,886.49 


Mains, new and replaced, 




6,916.39 


Hydrants, new and replaced, 




1,458.27 


Services, new and relaid, 




1,403.49 


Meters, 




684.58 


Construction equipment, 




509.08 


Auto equipment, 




1,450.00 


Engineering, 




195.20 


Stock account, 




3,688.70 




$19,692.20 


P. W. A. ACCOUNT 




Repairing city streets, 


986.08 




Columbus Ave. pumping station, 


33.06 




Penacook elevated tank, 


3.64 




Insurance, advanced to be repaid, 


648.62 


1,671.40 







Total expenditures for 1936, $66,411.31 



WATER DEPARTMENT 53 

EXTENSION AND IMPROVEMENTS 

Distribution pipe laid: 
8-inch: 

Minot Street, 332 feet extended north from Woodman 
Street. 
6-inch: 

Borough Road, Penacook, 1,432 feet, from West Main 
Street to Fowler Street, 533 feet of lVi-inch pipe dis- 
continued. 

Joffre Street, 708 feet, west from South Main Street to 
Donovan Street. 

Davis Street, 578 feet, west from Donovan Street to 
Broadway. 

Princeton Street Extension, 242 feet, south from Noyes 
Street and thence 423 feet west. 

Little Pond Road, 258 feet, extended from end of pipe 
laid under PWA project. 
2-inch: 

South Pembroke Road, 168 feet, extended south. 

Ormond Street, 85 feet, extended north. 

Kearsarge Street, East Concord, 137 feet, extended. 
1^-inch: 

Franklin Terrace, 272 feet, north from Franklin Street. 

Prescott Street, 86 feet, extended west. 
1-inch: 

Huntington Street, 203 feet, north from Warren Street. 

Penacook Street, 47 feet, extended east. 

On hydrant branches: 49 feet of 6-inch. 

On connections and repairs: 36 feet of 18-inch; 9 feet 
of 10-inch; 3 feet of 8-inch. 

Distribution pipe discontinued: 

On connections and repairs: 48 feet of 18-inch ce- 
ment-lined; 56 feet of 6-inch. 

Auburn Street, 855 feet of 6-inch replaced by main 
laid under PWA project. 



54 CITY OF CONCORD 

Borough Road, 533 feet of 1%-inch. 

Relaid: Durgin Street, south from 6-inch pipe, 44 
feet of 1-inch pipe; 40 feet discontinued. 

Fourteen new gates were set, one 8-inch and thirteen 
6-inch. 

Five additional hydrants were set: 

Joffre Street, north side, between South Main and Dono- 
van Street. 

Davis Street, north side, between Donovan Street and 
Broadway. 

Princeton Street Extension, north side, opposite Chand- 
ler's house. 

Borough Road, north side, opposite Jemery's. 

Borough Road, north side, opposite #80. 

Six hydrants have been replaced by new ones. 

Forty-six new services have been laid, consisting of 14 
feet of l>4-inch; 85 feet of 1-inch and 966 feet of ^-inch 
pipe; of these 11 were relocations of old services and 2 
were for consumers formerly supplied from pipe with 
another consumer. We have also added one 6-inch 
sprinkler service for the Margaret Pillsbury General Hos- 
pital. 

Sixteen services were discontinued in addition to seven 
relocations; total length of service pipe laid 1,065 feet; 
total length discontinued 404 feet; net increase of 24 
services and 661 feet of pipe. Four consumers were 
added for service from supplies already laid, net gain of 
consumers 22. 

Forty services were relaid and curb valves were placed 
on 9 old services. 

Sixty new meters were set; 13 have been discontinued. 

It has not been necessary to use the emergency plant 
at Pembroke this year as the supply from Penacook Lake 
has been ample. Water was wasted over the spillway for 
36 days. During the March flood the water was one foot 
over the spillway. 



WATER DEPARTMENT 55 

We were obliged to run the steam pumps fourteen days 
in March at the height of the flood on account of loss of 
electric power. These pumps have been kept in reserve 
since the change in method of pumping from steam to 
electricity in 1918 and while they have been used but 
very little since that time they were put into operation 
when the need came and gave as good service as when 
closed down eighteen years ago. 

During the summer the two boilers were retubed and 
the pumps were repacked and valves changed on the 
water ends. The steam plant is now in first class condi- 
tion and ready for any demands that may be placed 
upon it. 

The damage caused by the flood was confined mainly 
to river and bridge crossings. There were two washouts 
on the 18" main line from the lake to the city necessitat- 
ing the replacing of 35 feet in one section on North State 
Street near Palm Street and 12 feet in another on North 
State Street near the cemetery entrance. 

A 6-inch main in Penacook laid through outlet of Con- 
toocook River was completely washed out and the district 
supplied by this main had to rely on a 2-inch line laid on 
the surface of the ground until it was possible to relay 
the 6-inch line. Another line, size 8-inch, on Merrimack 
Street, Penacook, was uncovered for a distance of 500 
feet but held intact. 

The 10-inch connection across the Contoocook River 
to the Boscawen Water Works was also washed out dur- 
ing the flood. At the time Boscawen was being supplied 
with Concord water but when this line went out, the drop 
in pressure was so great that none of the residents of 
Penacook were able to get any water until the line was 
shut off on the Concord side of the river. 

The boxing around the 12-inch pipe on the Bridge 
Street Merrimack River crossing was badly damaged by 
floating logs and other debris and considerable ground 



56 CITY OF CONCORD 

cork was washed out but the pipe was not harmed. While 
the water came up part way on the boxing on the 8-inch 
pipe on the Federal Bridge over the Merrimack at East 
Concord, it was well protected and no damage resulted. 

The five-foot stack on the 100,000-gallon elevated 
water tower at East Concord has been frozen clear through 
during several of the coldest winters. This season a 10- 
inch pipe has been built inside the stack and the space 
between the stack and the pipe has been filled with coarse 
granulated cork. It is hoped that this will prevent any 
recurrence of this trouble. The same procedure was fol- 
lowed at Penacook on the 250,000 gallon elevated tank. 

The improvements to the plant as outlined in the 1935 
report have been completed. The 250,000 gallon ele- 
vated water tower in Penacook was finished July 23 and 
placed in service. The extra high service system was 
placed in use November 27, 1936. 

The part of the city supplied extends on Liberty Street 
and Auburn Street north from School Street and west of 
Liberty and School to Grand View Avenue, Kensington 
Road, Minot Street, Fruit to Woodman, Giles to Warren, 
Ridge Road and Westbourne Road. Added fire protec- 
tion and service has been given to approximately 170 
residences, Odd Fellows Home and Dewey School. 

Construction work in detail was as follows: 

Distribution pipes: 
12-inch: 

Auburn Street, from north line of Centre Street to 
junction of Auburn and Penacook Streets, 4,560 feet. 

Little Pond Road from junction of Auburn and Pena- 
cook Streets to standpipe supply line, 876 feet. 

At Standpipe, from 12-inch tee on Little Pond Road 
to 12-inch sleeve in pit at base of standpipe, 109 feet. 

Liberty Street, from south line of School Street to 
north line of Centre Street, 369 feet. 



WATER DEPARTMENT 57 

South Main Street, Penacook, from 14-inch main to 
12-inch sleeve at base of elevated tank, 388 feet. . 

8-inch: 

Columbus Avenue, suction line from 14-inch main to 
foundation wall, 38 feet. 

Columbus Avenue, discharge line from foundation wall 
to Auburn Street main, 375 feet. 

Forest Street from Auburn Street to Ridge Road, 313 
feet. 
6-inch: 

Little Pond Road, from standpipe supply line to hy- 
drant at Lord's, 270 feet. 

At Standpipe, drain from pit at base of standpipe to 
road, 197 feet. 

On hydrant branches: 124 feet of 6-inch; on connec- 
tions, 23 feet of 10-inch, 26 feet of 8-inch, 132 feet of 
6-inch. 

Thirteen new hydrants were set: 

Liberty Street, southwest corner of School Street. 
Liberty Street, southwest corner of Centre Street. 
Forest Street, southwest corner of Auburn Street. 
Auburn Street, west side, near #13. 
Auburn Street, west side, near #31. 
Auburn Street, southwest corner of Franklin Street. 
Auburn Street, east side, at #54. 
Auburn Street, east side, at Bruno's. 
Auburn Street, east side, at Sansousso's. 
Auburn Street, east side, at Dunstane's. 
Little Pond Road, north side, at Rollins'. 
Little Pond Road, north side, at Lord's. 
In grounds at Penacook elevated tank. 
Thirty-two new gates were set, seven 12-inch; one 10- 
inch; five 8-inch; nineteen 6-inch. 

■ As final payments to contractors could not be made 
until ninety days from completion of contracts, the finan- 
cial statement is still incomplete. 



58 CITY OF CONCORD 

FINANCIAL STATEMENT 



WATER WORKS PWA PROJECT #N. H. 1042-R 

Construction Account to December 31, 1936 

receipts 

Bonds issued, $48,158.40 

Transferred from Water Works General 
Fund, to complete City's share, to esti- 
mated expense, 55%, 2,166.60 

Federal Grant, first and intermediate 
grants, 35%, 32,025.00 

Transferred from Water Works General 
Fund, loan in anticipation of additional 
Federal Grant, 4,000.00 







$86,350.00 


EXPENDITURES 




tying pipe and installing hydrants and valves: 


Special castings, 


218.97 




Labor and supervision, 


18,474.14 




Smith work, 


180.43 




Rent of compressor and 






jackhammer, 


734.82 




Supplies, repairs and smith 






work for same, 


655.04 




Dynamite and exploders, 


498.10 




Repairing streets, 


456.32 




Incidental expenses, 


164.25 





21,382.07 

L. H. Shattuck Inc., contract, for Colum- 
bus Ave., pumping station and founda- 
tions of Auburn St., Standpipe and Pena- 
cook Elevated Tank, partial payment, 9,056.88 



WATER DEPARTMENT 59 

Incidental expenses account of Pumping 

Station, 40.79 

Pumping Equipment, 1,300.27 
Chicago Bridge & Iron Works, contract for 
Standpipe and Elevated Tank, partial 

payment, 21,510.00 

Incidentals for Penaeook Tank, 2.63 

Engineering and inspection, 2,484.60 

Administration, 265.74 



Expenditures during 1936, 56,042.98 

1935, 28,902.41 



Total expenditures to December 31, 1936, $84,945.39 

In accordance with an order from the Public Service 
Commission under authority of Chapter 153, Laws of 
1935, we have changed our accounting system to one 
prescribed by that Commission. A financial report for 
the year 1936 with sundry statistics has been made to 
them and following is the balance sheet as of January 1, 
1937 which will present the condition of the plant ac- 
cording to their forms. 

ASSETS 

Intangible Property, $167,688.11 

Land: 

Water Supply Land, 114,184.93 

Pumping Station Land, 5,100.00 

Water Storage Land, 3,084.00 

Other Land, 5,014.98 



Total Land, 127,383.91 

Structures : 

Water Supply Structures, 115,513.18 
Pumping Station Structures, 62,921.72 



60 CITY OF CONCORD 

Water Storage Structures, 63,610.37 
Stores Department Structures, 478.28 
Garage Structures, 2,377.69 

Total Structures, 244,901.24 

Equipment: 
Water Supply Equipment, 1,389.88 

Pumping Station Equipment, 42,590.83 



Purification Equipment, 


3,453.93 




Distribution Mains, 


797,491.78 




Services, 


96,361.24 




Hydrants, 


63,619.15 




Meters, 


43,350.63 




Stable and Garage Equipment, 7,570.75 




Other Equipment, 


5,509.08 




Total Equipment, 




1,061,337.27 


Other Fixed Capital: 






Miscellaneous Expenditures 






during Construction, 


57,395.28 




Unfinished Construction, 


86,616.79 




Total other Fixed Capital, 




144,012.07 


Total Fixed Assets, 


1,745,322.60 


Current Assets: 






Cash — City Treasurer, 


44,013.68 




Materials and Supplies, 


13,312.09 




Current Receivables, 


479.56 




Total Current Assets, 


< 


57,805.33 




$1,803,127.93 



WATER DEPARTMENT 61 

LIABILITIES 



Capital Liabilities: 

Municipal Investment, 958,022.64 

Funded Debt, 236,000.00 



Total Capital Liabilities, 1,194,022.64 

Federal Grant in aid of Construction, 32,025.00 

Current Liabilities: 

Matured Interest Unpaid, 167.25 

Reserves : 

Depreciation Reserve, 545,518.92 

Profit from income account, 31,394.12 



$1,803,127.93 
Total Fixed Assets, 1,745,322.60 

Depreciation Reserve, 545,518.92 



Depreciated Valuation of plant 

January 1, 1937, $1,199,803.68 

Respectfully submitted, 

PERCY R. SANDERS, 

Superintendent. 



62 city of concord 

Pumping Record at No. State St. Station for 1936 



Months 


Total 

Days 

Pumping 


Ave. Daily 

Hours 
Pumping 


K. W. H. 

Monthly 


Daily 

Ave. 

K. W. H. 


Total Gallons 

Pumped 
Venturi Metei 


Daily Ave. 
Gallons 




31 
29 
22 
30 
31 
30 
31 
31 
30 
31 
30 
31 


6-46 
7-23 
7-43 
7-04 
7-52 
8-27 
7-48 
7-53 
7-39 
7-55 
7-31 
6-42 


16,830 
17.050 
13,840 
17,100 
19,420 
20,360 
19,100 
19,590 
18,200 
19,810 
18,100 
16,560 


543 
587 
624 
570 
626 
678 
616 
631 
606 
639 
603 
534 


33,365,000 
33,812,000 
27,382,000 
34,465,000 
39,012,000 
40,551,000 
38,405,000 
39,270,000 
36,513,000 
39,187,000 
36,050,000 
32,966,000 


1,076,290 




1,165,931 




1,244,636 




1,148,833 




1,258,452 




1,351,700 


July 


1,238,870 




1,266,774 




1,217,100 




1.264,096 




1,201,666 




1,063,419 






Total 

Daily Average.... 


357 


7-33 


215,960 


60 1 


430,978,000 


1,207,221 



Gallons pumped by steam engine. 
Total gallons pumped 



...15,951,000 
.446,929,000 



Pumping Record for Sanders Station for 1936 



Months 



January 

February 

March 

April 

May 

June 

July 

August , 

September 

October 

November 

December 

Total 

No. State St. Station 
Sanders Station 

Total 



Gallons 
Pumped by 
Gas Engine 



136,900 

138,400 

1,912,400 

111,300 

102,200 

136,900 

98,600 

135,600 

171,600 

49,100 

61,300 

35,400 



3,089,700 



Gallons 

Pumped by 

Electric Motor 



266,000 
199,200 
598,900 
241,900 
891,800 
4,316,100 
1,103,400 
539,200 
155,200 
279,700 
709,000 
143,400 



9,443,800 



Total 
Gallons 
Pumped 



402,900 

377,600 

2,511,300 

353,200 

994,000 

4,453,000 

1,202,000 

674,800 

326,800 

328,800 

770,300 

178,800 



12,533,500 



446,929,000 
12,533,500 



459,462,500 



WATER DEPARTMENT 



63 



BONDED INDEBTEDNESS OF THE 
WATER PRECINCT 



Due 

1937, 
1937, 
1937, 
1938, 
1938, 
1938, 
1939, 
1939, 
1939, 
1940, 
1940, 
1940, 
1941, 
1941, 
1941, 
1942, 
1942, 
1942, 
1943, 
1943, 
1943, 
1944, 
1944, 
1944, 
1945, 
1945, 
1945, 
1946, 
1946, 
1946, 
1947, 
1947, 
1947, 



Rate 

4/ 

4/ 

2/ 
4/ 
4/ 

2/ 
4/ 
4/ 
2/ 

4/ 

4/ 

2/ 2 

4/ 
4/ 

2/ 
4/ 
4/ 

2/ 

4/ 
4/ 
2/ 

434 

4/ 
2/ 
4/ 
4/ 

2/ 
4/ 
4/ 

2/ 
4/ 
4/ 
2/ 



Amount 
$18,000 
4,000 
4,000 
9,000 
4,000 
4,000 
9,000 
4,000 
4,000 
9,000 
4,000 
4,000 
9,000 
4,000 
4,000 
9,000 
4,000 
4,000 
9,000 
4,000 
4,000 
9,000 
4,000 
4,000 
9,000 
4,000 
4,000 
9,000 
4,000 
4,000 
9,000 
4,000 
4,000 



64 CITY OF CONCORD 



Feb. 1, 


1948, 


Ay A 


Oct. 1, 


1948, 


2y 2 


Feb. 1, 


1949, 


4% 


Feb. 1, 


1950, 


Ay 4 


Feb. 1, 


1951, 


4y 4 



9,000 
4,000 
9,000 
9,000 
9,000 



$236,000 

STATEMENT OF COUPON ACCOUNT OF THE 
WATER PRECINCT 

Dr. 

To Coupons overdue January 

1, 1936, and not presented, $146.00 
To coupons due 1936, 9,930.00 

$10,076.00 



Cr. 

By coupons paid, 1936, 9,908.75 

By coupons due and not presented, 167.25 

$10,076.00 

CITY TREASURER'S CONDENSED STATEMENT 
OF WATER WORKS ACCOUNT 

Carl H. Foster, City Treasurer 

RECEIPTS 

Balance on hand Jan. 1, 1936, $39,290.27 
Receipts, P. R. Sanders, Supt. 107,805.46 

$147,095.73 



EXPENDITURES 



Orders paid, 72,094.92 

Bonds paid, . 22,000.00 

Interest on bonds, 9,908.75 

Balance on hand Jan. 1, 1937, 43,092.06 



*Orders outstanding $482.99 



$147,095.73 



WATER DEPARTMENT 65 

WATER WORKS CONSTRUCTION BOND 
ACCOUNT 

RECEIPTS 

Balance on hand, January 1, 

1936, $19,255.99 

Federal Grants, 32,025.00 

Transferred from Water De- 
partment, 6,166.60 

$57,447.59 



EXPENDITURES 



Orders Paid, $56,034.98 

Balance on hand, January 1, 

1937, 1,412.61 



*Orders outstanding $8.00 



$57,447.59 



66 CITY OF CONCORD 

SUMMARY OF STATISTICS 



For the Year Ending December 31, 1936 
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 and pumping to stand- 
pipe for extra high service for higher section of the city. 

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, 215,960. 

Total pumpage by Venturi meter, 446,929,000 gallons. 

Average static head against which pump works, 90 feet. 

Average dynamic head against which pump works, 115.2 
feet. 



water department 67 

Sanders Pumping Station, Well Supply 

Two 2-stage Morris electrically operated centrifugal 
pumps, direct connected 125 H. P. Westinghouse mo- 
tors; capacity 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, 12,533,500 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. 

Extra High Service Station 

Two single stage Allis Chalmers electrically operated cen- 
trifugal pumps, direct connected 10 H. P. Allis Chal- 
mers motors; capacity each 300 gallons per minute. 

Power: alternating 3-phase, 60 cycles, 2200 volts, 3,500 
R. P. M. 

Operated automatically. 

Average dynamic head against which pump works, 85 
feet. 

Average head on suction side, 51 feet. 

DISTRIBUTING SYSTEM 

Kind of pipe — cast iron and cement-lined. 
Sizes — four-inch to twenty-four inch. 
Extended — 11,012 feet during year. 
Relaid — 903 feet during year. 
Discontinued — 56 feet during year. 
Total now in use, 470,148 feet, or 89.04 miles. 



68 CITY OF CONCORD 

Sizes — two-inch and less. 

Extended — 1002 feet during year. 
Relaid — 40 feet during year. 
Discontinued — 533 feet during year. 
Total now in use — 33,003 feet, or 6.25 miles. 
Number of hydrants added during year — public, 18. 
Number of hydrants now in use — public, 627; private, 

112. 
Number of stop gates added during year — 46. 
Number of stop gates now in use — 1356. 
Number of blow-off gates — 77. 

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-fouths-inch to ten-inch. 

Laid— 1,065 feet. 

Discontinued— 404 feet. 

Total now in use — 116,838 feet. 
Number of service taps added during year — 47 
Number of service taps discontinued — 23. 
Number now in use — 4,893. 
Average length of service — 23.87 feet. 
Number of meters added during year — 47. 
Number now in use — 4,098. 
Additional services under meter rate — 20. 
Percentage of services metered — 84.16. 
Percentage of receipts from metered water — 94.49. 



WATER DEPARTMENT 69 

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, 925,771,500 gallons. 

5. Amount supplied by gravity, 466,309,000 gallons. 

6. Amount supplied by pumping, 459,462,500 gallons. 

7. Average daily consumption, 2,536,100 gallons. 

8. Average daily use per service, 518 gallons. 

9. Gallons per day each consumer, 105.4 gallons. 

10. Amount of chlorine used, 2,400 pounds. 

11. Amount of chlorine per 1,000,000 gallons, 2.59 

pounds. 

Cost of supply water per 1,000,000 gallons figured 
on total operating and maintenance cost, $69,782. 

Cost of supplying water per 1,000,000 gallons figured 
on total operating and maintenance cost, and 
bonds and interest paid, $104.27. 

Revenue per 1,000,000 gallons, $114,114. 



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 re- 
port of the Fire Department for the year 1936. 

The Department responded to 563 alarms. 

Bells Stills Alarms 

71 492 563 

The number of alarms exceeded those of the previous 
year by eight, but there was a gratifying decrease in 
property loss. 

The apparatus is in good condition. Engine 8 was re- 
built and equipped with a modern pump and booster 
tank. Engine 5, the same type of truck, will be rebuilt 
this coming year, and with the completion of this project, 
all apparatus will be modernized. 

All repairs and maintenance are done in the Depart- 
ment shop by the regular force, which means a great sav- 
ing to the tax payers. 

Again I urgently recommend the purchase of an aerial 
ladder truck, as our ladder equipment is inadequate. 

The Fire Alarm system is in good condition. One 
mile of aerial cable was installed in the Penacook district, 
and a like amount to be done this coming year, the sys- 
tem, which was installed in 1905, will be completely re- 
built. 

A yearly test was made on all hose, and a small amount 
was rejected. One thousand feet of hose should be pur- 
chased for the coming year. 

Fire prevention work was carried on by the regular 
force, and there were two thousand seven hundred and 



FIRE DEPARTMENT 71 

ninety-seven inspections made. Results of this work 
have proven highly satisfactory. 

I wish to thank the citizens for co-operating with the 
fire inspectors. 

For the support and co-operation of your board, and 
the heads of departments, I wish to express my appreci- 
ation. 

Respectfully submitted, 

W. T. HAPPNY, 

Chief of Department . 



12 



CITY OF CONCORD 

SUMMARY, 1936 







BUILDINGS 






Value 


Loss 


Insurance 


Insurance Paid 


Net Loss 


$404,014.00 


$36,926.65 


$251,604.00 
CONTENTS 


$31,156.02 


$5,806.63 


Value 


Loss 


Insurance 


Insurance Paid 


Net Loss 


$183,884.76 


$16,556.18 


$162,025.00 


$10,646.20 


$5,909.98 




TOTAL BUILDINGS AND 


CONTENTS 




$587,898.76 


$55,518.83 


$413,629.00 


$41,802.22 


$11,716.61 



W. T. Happny 
M. J. Martin 



City of Concord 
FIRE DEPARTMENT 

Apparatus and Force 

Chief of Department 

Office, Central Fire Station 

Deputy Chiefs 

C. G. Howser 

District Chief 
F. M. Dodge 



Apparatus 
Chief's Car— Central Station 
Deputy Chief's Car— Central Station 
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 & Concord 
Engine Co. No. 7— East Concord 



FIRE DEPARTMENT 73 

Engine Co. No. 8 — West Concord 
Hose Co. No. 2 — Central Station 
Ladder Co. No. 1 — Central Station 
Service Truck — Central Station 
Veteran's Auxiliary Co. (15 men) 

Hose 

Seventeen thousand nine hundred feet of cotton jack- 
eted rubber lined hose. Twenty one hundred feet of 
three-quarter inch booster hose. 

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



74 CITY OF CONCORD 



IN MEMORIAM 



JOSEPH H. BRUNEL 

Lieutenant Engine Co. No. 4 

Died March 16, 1936 



RAYMOND M. GALFETT1 

Hose-man Engine Co. No. 1 

Died August 2, 1936 



WILLIAM H. McGIRR 

Hose-man Engine Co. No. 3 

Died July 4, 1936 



REPORT OF POLICE DEPARTMENT 



Concord, N. H., January 1, 1937. 

To the Members of the Board of Mayor and Aldermen, 
and the Members of the Police Commission. 

Gentlemen : I respectfully submit my second report 
of the Police Department, for the year ending December 
31st, 1936. 



ROSTER 

Victor I. Moore Chief of Police 

J. Edward Silva Deputy Chief 

Arthur W. Mclsaac Captain 

Samuel Rodd Sergeant 

James J. Halligan Sergeant 



Clerk 
Burton L. Bailey 

Pensioned 

Samuel Batchelder 

Christopher Wallace 

Janitor 
Clarence Morse 



76 



CITY OF CONCORD 



PATROLMEN 



Eugene G. Densmore 
Paul H. Moore 
George M. Dooley 
Thomas M. Harrison 
Merle F. Densmore 
Joseph G. Andrews 
William White 
Percy S. Davis 



Joseph Keenan 
Delmer G. Thompson 
Roger E. Sargent 
Mark D. Casey 
Joseph D. Jones 
J. Bernard Halligan 
Francis Sullivan 
Walter Carlson 



RESERVE OFFICERS 



Capt. George H. Abbott 
Sgt. Francis White 
Einor Grell 
Richard Herold 
Edward Howland 
Walter B. Huckins 
Edward Lovely 
Joseph King 
Timothy O'Brien 
John Naylor 
Denzil Rowe 
Frank Silva 
Paul Sleeper 
Addison Martin 
Leonard Sullivan 
Clarence Morse 
Roland Fifield 



Norris Welch 
Walter Beane 
A. C. Guimond 
John Kenney 
Micheal Mulligan 
Herbert Clark 
Fred Valliere 
Thomas Andrews 
Leslie Menzie 
Stanley Lugg 
Irving Welch 
Burton Bailey 
Jonas Welcome 
Carl Pebbles 
Homer Clough 
Cleveland Percy 
Clayton McDonald 



POLICE DEPARTMENT 77 

RETURN OF OFFENSES KNOWN TO POLICE 



52 



ssification 
Offenses 
PART 1 


of 


III 

to ©•— 



^2 -gg lb 

to t c j 

• w P" ©Si 

1. Criminal Homicide 
a. Murder, non- 
negligent man- 
slaughter 

2. Rape 2 2 11 

3. Robbery 

4. Aggravated Assault 111 

5 Burglary — 
Breaking and 
Entering 9 9 9 

6. Larceny — Theft 

(except auto) 

a. $50 in value 

and over. 7 7 7 

b. Under $50 in 

value. 12 12 4 8 

7. Auto Theft. 7 7 2 5 

TOTAL: 38 38 24 14 



78 CITY OF CONCORD 

RETURN OF PERSONS CHARGED 



Classification of ~.i *g £ S£ 

Offenses Z% |£ p 2~ 

PART 1 „a. R = £ |o 



1. Criminal Homicide 

a. Murder, non- 
negligent man- 
slaughter 

b. Manslaughter by 
negligence 

2. Rape 

3. Robbery 

4. Aggravated Assault 

5. Burglary, breaking 

and entering. 

6. Larceny, except auto 

7. Auto theft 

TOTAL 



9 


9 


7 


7 


2 


2 


21 


18 



POLICE DEPARTMENT 



79 



Classification of ~ 


oo"0 




Offenses t 

I'AKT -2 ^ 

s= 
o 

CO 
V. 

ft. 


II 

© 


1) 


8. Other assaults 


12 


12 


9. Forgery and Counter- 






feiting 


1 


1 


10. Embezzlement 






and fraud 


2 


2 


11. Stolen property; 






buying, receiving 






and possessing 






12. Weapons: carrying 






possessing, etc. 






13. Prostitution, and 






commercial vice 






14. Sex offenses 






except 2 and 13 






15. Offenses against 






family and children 


3 


3 


16. Narcotic drugs 






17. Liquor laws 


3 


3 


18. Drunkeness 163 


285 


285 


19. Disorderly conduct 


30 


30 


20. Vagrancy 


19 


19 


21. Gambling 


72 


72 


22. Driving while 






intoxicated 


29 


29 


23. Violation of road 






and driving laws 


40 


40 


24. Parking violations 


157 


157 



80 



CITY OF CONCORD 



25. Traffic and motor vehicle 

laws, except 22 and 24 23 23 

26. All other offenses 9 9 

27. Suspicion 

TOTAL Part 2 class 163 685 685 

GRAND TOTAL: 164 706 706 



Clerk of Police 

VICTOR I. MOORE, 

Chief oj Police. 



Date 



Dec. 31 



1936 



MISCELLANEOUS 

Accidents reported (Automobile) 154 

Ambulance calls 103 

Ambulance calls in emergency 59 

Articles reported found 36 

Articles reported stolen 66 

Automobiles reported stolen from Concord 7 

Automobiles reported stolen from out of town 123 

Bicycles reported stolen 17 

Attempted breaks 3 

Breaks 39 

Complaints investigated 469 

Dangerous limbs and trees reported 6 

Disturbances quelled 61 

Dogs reported lost 67 

Dogs reported killed or injured 20 

Doors tried each night 983 

Doors and windows found open or unlocked 482 

Escaped from N. H. Institutions 71 
Fires 

Holes in the street reported 19 

Lights out, silent and Police out of order 24 



POLICE DEPARTMENT 81 

Lights (street) out of order 126 

Lost articles reported 59 

Lost children reported 23 

Lights left burning in buildings and stores 64 

Merchants notified of trouble in stores 12 

Officers attending fires 171 

Persons reported drowning 2 

Persons found dead reported to this office 1 

Persons located 27 

Persons found ill on the street 6 

Persons investigated 9 

Persons Police asked to locate 12 

Police boxes out of order 63 

Police cars used for accidents and sick persons 21 

Runaways reported to this office 14 

Stray animals reported 14 

Vacant houses and buildings watched 9 

Wires reported down 8 

Suicides 3 

For the Expenditures of this Department, see the 
Financial Statement. 

Respectfully submitted, 

VICTOR I. MOORE, 

Chief of Police. 



REPORT OF ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT 



Concord. X. H.. December 31, 1936. 
To the Board oj Public Works: 

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

Engineering 

Appropriation $5, 2 75.00 

Receipts 627.50 

S5.902.50 



Expended 5,902.11 



Balance $0.39 

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

Fifty-three plans and 1,278 blue prints were made. 
S.2 71 feet of sidewalk grade stakes and 1.078 feet of road 
stakes were set. 577 transfers of property were recorded. 
0.110 miles of streets were laid out as follows: Princeton 
Street Extension 450.40 feet; widening of Warren Street 
129.66 feet, bringing the total mileage of roads and streets 
in the corporate limits to 183.452 miles. 

The deed book of Blossom Hill Cemetery showing 
transfers of lots was brought up to January 1, 1937. 

This year has been an unusual one for this department 
due to the flood in March which resulted in much w r ork 
for this department repairing roads and bridges. 

Fred W. Lang, who from April 1922 to December 31. 
1930, served as City Engineer, and from January 1, 1931 
to October 1. 1936, as Commissioner of Public Works, 
resigned to accept a more attractive position. 



engineering department 83 

Sewers 

Appropriation, $10,000.00 

Receipts, 3,234.18 



$13,234.18 

Expended, 13,228.96 



Balance, $5.22 

\V. P. A. Sewer Projects 
City Proper - 

Joffre Street 1400 feet of 12" Akron 

Penacook 

Elm Street 1397 feet of 10" Akron 

924 " " 15" " 
Cross Street 830 feet of S" Akron 

West Concord 

Clark's Field Outlet relaid 896 feet of 20" Akron pipe 
with 24" Cement. 

Sewers Built by Regular Force 

Franklin Terrace 250 feet of S" Akron 

Redwood Avenue 92 " " 8" 

Downing Street Relay 286 " " 12" " 

Plains 
Prescott Street 112 feet of 8" Akron 

The department maintains 66.824 miles of main sewers 
located as follows: 

City Proper 46.144 miles 

West Concord 3.972 " 



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1-a 

.; - 



A c 



I 






1, 100 c 



-; 



engineering department 85 

Trees 

Appropriation . 30.00 

Receipts . ; . 6 ; 



33.63 
Expended 5,838 



Balance SI 

On October 15. 1936, Mr. Carl Sargent was appointed 
Tree Warden, and henceforth all work on trees will be 
under his supervision. Mr. Sargent has made a survey 
of the trees and he found them to be in very poor condi- 
tion. This condition is largely due to the fact that ap- 
propriations for tree work have been very small. Mr. 
Sargent feels that much more money will have to be ap- 
propriated to save the trees in the city of Concord. 

Garbage Other Than Table Gasbag 

Appropriation 
Receipts 



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Expended 

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Table Garbage 
Appropriation $4 ^10.00 

Expended 4.6 10.00 

Table garbage is collected by contract. Bert Holt has 
the contract for collecting in the city proper. Fred Lor- 
anger has been collecting in Penacook and West Concord. 

Bridges and Cl'l verts 
Xew footings were put on the abutments of Twin 



86 CITY OF CONCORD 

Bridge, Penacook. A new footing was put on south 
abutment of Main Street Bridge, Penacook. Filled ap- 
proaches to Washington Street Bridge, Penacook and in- 
stalled one abutment. Put new footing on north abut- 
ment to Island Bridge, Penacook and pointed up south 
abutment. Removed old abutment of old Soucook Bridge 
from River. 

Rebuilt culvert on No. State Street at the intersection 
of Rumford Street. Built culverts on the Bog Road, 
Mountain Road and West Parish Road. 

Fences 

Guard rails were repaired and new ones installed as 
time would permit. 

Snow Plowing and Snow Removal 

In January 27 inches of snow fell which required 11 
plowings. We hired 21 plows in addition to our five and 
40 extra men. Sidewalks were plowed 9 times. 

In February 17 inches of snow fell which required 15 
plowings. We hired 22 plows in addition to our five and 
31 extra men. Sidewalks were plowed 8 times. 

No plowing was done in March or November. In De- 
cember 4 inches of snow fell which required two plowings. 
We hired 17 trucks in addition to our four. Sidewalks 
were plowed once. 

In January five trucks were hired for snow removal, 
and in February 1 1 trucks were hired for this purpose. 

Buildings 

A new machine shop has been completed 40' x SO' on 
the east side of the present garage. 
All other buildings are in good repair. 



engineering department 87 

Cleaning Streets 

The motor driven flusher and four patrolmen worked 
on North and South State Street, North and South Main 
Street, Park, Capitol, Green, School, Warren, Pleasant, 
Center, Prince and South Streets. 

All streets are given a spring and fall cleaning. 

Curbing Installed by W. P. A. 
Myrtle Street, whole length, both sides. 
Washington Street, 130 feet. 
Concord Street 60 " 

So. Spring St. 550 " 

Granite Avenue, whole length, both sides. 

Road Data 
38.48 miles of gravel road were put in order. 
47.05 miles of road were reshaped and tarred. 

(see attached map for location of work.) 

Gravel Sidewalks built 

Pleasant Street — Minot Street easterly to King's gar- 
age. (Cement curbing also built.) 
Carter Street in front of lot at corner of Broadway. 
Glen Street, both sides. 

Bridge Street, from Railroad bridge to River bridge. 
Chestnut Street. 

Tar Sidewalks 

No. Main Street at Lillios' store. 

North State Street in front of Hanna's lot. 

Summer St. Penacook at school house. 

Warren Street from Main to Green Street. 

Myrtle Street, both sides. 

North State Street, north of Hutchins Street. 

Glen Street, two lots. 

So. Main St., Sexton's Avenue to Jenney Filling Station. 



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engineering department 89 

State Aid Roads 

The State of New Hampshire Highway Department 
finished rebuilding South Pembroke Road from Lawrence 
Street to the Loudon Road. 

Equipment Purchased 

One Dodge business coupe. 

Two Mack trucks. 

One G. M. C. Truck Chassis. 

One Four Wheel Drive Truck. 

Three Chevrolet \ l /2 Ton Trucks. 

One Chevrolet Truck for Sewer Department. 

One Ford Truck. 

Two Sanding Machines. 

Seven Frink snow plows. 

One Lathe. 

One Trip Hammer. 

Hydraulic Press. 

One Sidewalk Roller. 

One Pair Horses. 

One Horse. 

One Sullivan Breaker for Sewer Department. 

One Plug Drill and hose for Sewer Department. 

See Sheet 8 for recapitulation for 1936 expenditures. 

Respectfully submitted, 

ERVIN E. WEBBER, 

Deputy Highway Commissioner. 

EDWARD E. BEANE, 

Deputy Engineering Commissioner. 



90 CITY OF CONCORD 

BOND ACCOUNTS 

Sewer Bond 

Refunded Sewer Appropriation for part of 

Prescott Street main line extension $138.19 

Public Improvement Bond Account #1 

South Main Street Construction 

Labor $1018.31 

Asphalt 373.02 

Cement 59.85 

Kerosene 34.34 

Sand & crushed stone 207.30 

Curbing 460.60 

Coal 18.42 

Supplies (Misc.) 14.91 1168.44 2186.75 

Public Improvement Bond Account #2 

National Shawmut Bank for 

floating bond 125.00 

Warren Street Construction 

Refunded Roads & Bridges 
appropriation 6835.78 

Refunded Sewer 

Appropriation 1088.95 7924.73 8049.73 

Equipment Bond #1 

Sand spreaders 12.14 

Equipment Bond #2 

Sand spreaders 45.40 



REPORT OF BUILDING INSPECTOR 

Concord, N. H., December 31, 1936. 
To the Board of Public Works: 

Gentlemen: The thirteenth annual report of the 
Building Inspector is herewith submitted: 

On October 1, 1936, Fred W. Lang, Commissioner of 
Public Works resigned, and the work of building inspector 
has been carried on by Edward E. Beane, Deputy Engin- 
eering Commissioner. 

Number of building permits issued, 75 

Number of zoning permits issued, 87 

Number of buildings completed, 130 

Number of signs erected, 7 

This department works in conjunction with the Zoning 
Board of Adjustment and 36 cases were referred to them. 

Respectfully submitted, 

EDWARD E. BEANE, 

Deputy Engineering Commissioner. 



REPORT OF BOARD OF HYDRANT 
COMMISSIONERS 

Concord, N. H., December 31, 1936. 

To the Board of Mayor and Aldermen: 

Gentlemen: The thirty-first annual report of this 
board for the year 1936 is herewith submitted: 

During the year the following hydrants were installed: 

Joffre Street between So. Main and Donovan Streets. 

Davis Street between Broadway and Donovan Street. 

Princeton Street Extension. 

Borough Road, Penacook near Jemery's. 

Borough Road, Penacook opposite #80. 

Auburn Street near LaPierre's residence. 

Auburn Street near Bruno's residence. 

Auburn Street near Santosuosso's residence. 

Auburn Street near Dunstane's residence. 

Little Pond Road near Rollins' residence. 

Little Pond Road near Lord's residence. 

Respectfully submitted, 

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

Board of Hydrant Commissioners. 



REPORT OF BOARD OF EXAMINERS 
OF PLUMBERS 

Concord, N. H., December 31, 1936. 
To the Board of Public Works: 

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

The membership of the board during the past year was 
comprised of the following: John J. Maloney, an exam- 
ined master plumber; Walter C. Rowe, M. D. and Fred 
W. Lang, Commissioner of Public Works. Mr. Maloney 
is Chairman of the board and Fred W. Lang, Clerk. 

One man was examined for a journeyman plumber's 
license and he passed the required examination. 

There are four classes of plumbers on the register, who 
have paid for their 1936 licenses. They are listed as 
follows : 

Total number of registered masters, 4 

Total number of registered journeymen, 1 

Total number of examined masters, 26 

Total number of examined journeymen, 14 

Financial Statement 

Receipts 

Received for examinations $ 1.00 

Received for licenses 22.00 



$23.00 



Disbursements 
Fee for Justice of the Peace 5.00 



Deposited with City Treasurer $18.00 

Respectfully submitted, 

JOHN J. MALONEY, ■ 
WALTER C. ROWE, M. D., 
FRED W. LANG, 

Board of Examiners of Plumbers. 



ANNUAL MEETING BOARD OF TRUSTEES 
LIBRARY 

January 13th, 1937 

Present: Members Chase, Dodge, Phillips, Thomp- 
son, Jenkins, Dame and Mrs. Ingham. 

Report of Librarian for 1936 read and accepted. Levin 
J. Chase was elected President and Mrs. H. W. Ingham 
was elected Secretary. 

Voted to increase salaries as follows: 

Miss Melvin $1080.00 

Miss Brown 1080.00 

Mrs. Clement 900.00 

Miss King 800.00 

Voted to leave hours Library shall be open on holidays 

to Librarian. 

Estimated Budget for 1936 read and approved. 

MR. CHASE {Clerk pro tern) 

M. ARMINE INGHAM, Clerk. 



Expenses for 1936: 

Salaries $6,979.92 

Books and periodicals 4,364.77 

Fuel and light 1,390.62 

Binding 790.32 

Printing 141.10 

Incidentals 1,013.50 

Total $14,680.23 



PUBLIC LIBRARY 95 



Income for 1936: 




City appropriation 


$7,500.00 


Interest on funds 


4,795.77 


Fines 


883.57 


Rent from Battery Station 


840.00 


Balance from 1935 income from trust 




funds (A) 


801.64 


Total 


$14,820.98 



REFORT OF THE CITY LIBRARY FOR 1936 



To the Board of Trustees of the Concord Publi 


'c Library: 


Expenses for the year 1936: 








Salaries 






$6,979.92 


Books and periodicals 






4,364.77 


Fuel and light 






1,390.62 


Binding 






790.32 


Printing 






141.10 


Incidentals 






1,013.50 


Total 


$14,680.23 


Income for the year 1936: 








City appropriation 






$7,500.00 


Interest on funds 






4,795.77 


Fines 






984.81 


Rent from Battery Station 






770.00 


Balance from 1935 interest on 


funds 


(A) 


801.64 



Total $14,852.22 

(A) To be included by agreement with Mayor 
Storrs on City Appropriation Resolution. 

Balance $171.99. 



The circulation for 1936 was: 






Desk — Fiction 


93,847 




Non fiction 


27,639 


121,486 


Boys and Girls House 




23,772 


Penacook — Fiction 


7,447 




Non fiction 


958 


8,405 


East Concord 




1,044 


West Concord 




670 


Plains 




335 


Schools 




488 



PUBLIC LIBRARY 97 

Boy Scouts 18 

Camps 20 



Total circulation 156,238 

Gain of 7,833 over 1935. 

The library has 1334 new borrowers of which 648 are 
of school age. The reference librarian has had 6,970 
requests. The library has bought 3,260 books and has 
been given 204 books. 1,267 volumes have been dis- 
carded. 

Through the kindness of the Shakespeare Club their 
room has been made available for a few of the Adult Edu- 
cation Center classes. 

The Goodhue Collection of birds and animals has been 
placed on the second floor of the Boys and Girls House 
and Miss Frances M. Abbott is putting the collection in 
order. 

Respectfully submitted, 

MARION F. HOLT, 

City 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, 1936. 

Mortgages, $266.00 

Conditional Sales, 1,380.95 

Discharges, 61.50 

Writs, 10.00 

Assignment of Wages, 5.00 

Marriage licenses, 482.00 

Certificates of record, 111.70 

Resident certificates, 64.00 



Total amount, city clerk fees, $2,381.15 

Theatre licenses, $894.00 

Taxi and job team licenses, 405.00 

Dog licenses, 3,483.24 

Rent, Auditorium, 1,399.00 

Rent, Battery Station, 770.00 

Photostat Income, 123.70 

County of Merrimack, refund, 125,973.45 

State of New Hampshire, 50% relief, 18,397.67 

Comfort Station, 108.81 

Sale Histories, 12.00 

Junk licenses, 40.00 

Bowling alley and pool licenses, 343.00 

Circus licenses, 75.00 

Work projects, refund, 1.56 

Town of Boscawen, refund, 50.00 

Town of Tilton, refund, 39.00 

Town of Tamworth, refund, 2.00 



CITY CLERK 


99 


Town of Warner, refund, 


7.00 


Town of Dumbarton, refund, 


42.31 


Town of Fitzwilliam, refund, 


193.73 


Town of Lebanon, refund, 


10.00 


Town of Alton, refund, 


5.00 


Town of Pembroke, refund, 


34.25 


City of Franklin, refund, 


109.38 


City of Portsmouth, refund, 


28.00 


County of Grafton, refund, 


702.09 


County of Sullivan, refund, 


79.50 


County of Belknap, refund, 


443.05 


County of Hillsboro, refund, 


226.95 


County of Rockingham, refund, 


12.50 


Sale of land, Eastman, 


35.00 


W. P. A. refund, 


173.89 


Armistice Day, refund, 


.90 


Playgrounds, refund, 


22.50 


Thomas Moran, refund, 


100.00 


City relief case, 


110.00 


Incidentals, refund, 


2.44 


Sale ordinance, 


.50 


List dog licenses, 


6.00 


Rent, basement, City Hall, 


25.00 


Refund, rents, 


68.00 


George Osgood, refund, 


9.00 


Recording pole petitions, 


1.60 


Chandler school, refund, insurance, 


59.52 


Public Service, right of way, 


100.00 


Filing fees, state primary, 


106.00 


Miscellaneous, 


7.00 




$157,219.69 


Deposited, City Treasurer, 


$157,219.69 



100 CITY OF CONCORD 

Auto Permits: 

Cash on hand, January 11, 1936, $115.70 

Motor vehicle permits, 1936, 26,761.35 

Motor vehicle permits, 1937, 5,343.25 

$32,220.30 
Less cash on hand, January 16, 1937, 141.44 

$32,078.86 
Deposited, City Treasurer, $32,078.86 

Respectfully submitted, 

ARTHUR E. ROBY, 

City Clerk. 



We, the undersigned, hereby certify that we have au- 
dited the accounts of Arthur E. Roby, City Clerk, and 
find the same correct and said amounts as stated have 
been deposited by him with the City Treasurer, Carl H. 
Foster. 

CLARENCE L. CLARK, 
N. B. FLANDERS, 
EDW. B. HASKELL, 
GEORGE H. CORBETT, 

Committee on Accounts and Claims. 



CITY CLERK 101 

RECEIPTS AND EXPENDITURES RELIEF, 1936 



Appropriations: 






City Poor 




$50,000.00 


Soldiers Aid 




10,000.00 


Old Age Assistance 




18,000.00 


Total Appropriations 


$78,000.00 


Received from State 


: of New Hampshire 


18,397.67 


Received from Othe 


r Towns and Counties 
and Receipts 


1,984.76 


Total Appropriations 


$98,382.43 


Expenditures 






City Poor 






Cash Orders 


$4,630.35 




Provisions 


20,540.02 




Board Adults 


6,084.40 




Fuel 


9,155.88 




Rents 


9,724.27 




Board, Children 


1,293.90 




Medical 


3,255.18 




Clothing 


1,445.11 




Lights and Gas 


177.56 




Burials 


909.00 




Miscellaneous 


224.64 




Trans. Projects 


688.53 




Administration 






and supplies 


7,288.18 





Total City Poor Expenditures $65,417.02 
Soldiers Aid 13,330.82 



102 CITY OF CONCORD 

Old Age Assistance 13,771.06 

Aid Other Towns and Counties 2,354.56 



Total Expenditure $94,873.46 



Balance $3,508.97 

Total City Poor Expenditures 
exclusive of Administration 
and supplies $58,128.84 

Total Soldier Expenditure 13,330.82 

Total Expenditure Towns and 

Counties 2,354.56 



Total $73,814.22 

Administration cost including 

supplies $7,288.15 

Per cent: slightly under 10 per cent, cost of admini- 
stration and supplies. 

ARTHUR E. ROBY, 

Overseer of Poor. 



REPORT OF SEALER OF WEIGHTS 
AND MEASURES 



To His Honor the Mayor and the Board oj Aldermen: 

During the period January 1, 1936 to January 1, 1937 
your sealer carried on the routine work connected with 
his office and responded to requests of citizens for special 
services such as measuring piles of wood, testing family 
scales, etc. In addition there was much extra work occa- 
sioned by the spring floods for many of the scales were 
entirely put out of commission. This was especially true 
of those located at coal establishments where sections of 
certain scales were swept several miles away. 

There were 1,021 scales tested with the following re- 
sult: 648 were found correct and were sealed, 336 were 
found incorrect and were adjusted before being sealed, 
14 were beyond repair and were confiscated, and 23 were 
condemned for repairs and later reinspected and sealed. 
Of the 1,376 weights tested, 1,361 were found correct and 
were sealed, 3 were adjusted before being sealed, and 12 
were confiscated. 

There were tested 34,795 liquid measures, which in- 
cluded bottles used in the sale of milk and cream, all of 
which were correct with the exception of 5 which were 
adjusted before being sealed, and 20 were confiscated. 
Although not prohibited by law, dry measures are seldom 
used at the present time, and your sealer found but 7 in 
existence, all of which were correct and were sealed. 

Three hundred and forty (340) tests were made of 
automatic pumps, 267 of which indicated that the devices 
were working accurately, while 62 were adjusted before 
being sealed, and 11 were condemned for repairs and 
later, when the necessary corrections had been made, 
were reinspected and sealed. There were 1,768 oil meas- 



104 CITY OF CONCORD 

uring devices tested which were found correct and sealed 
with the exception of 9 which were adjusted before being 
sealed. Nineteen (19) pumps used for dispensing grease 
by the "job" were tested and found correct. 

The usual close inspection of commodities in package 
form was made during the past year with the following 
result: 4,037 were found to contain the correct amount, 
63 were found over and 172 under weight. There were 
8 reweighings made of coal in the process of delivery, 5 
of which were found correct, 2 over and 1 under weight. 
Fifty-two (52) cart bodies used in the delivery of wood 
were measured, 46 of which were found to comply with 
the law and 6 otherwise, which were later corrected and 
again inspected. 

Respectfully submitted, 

GEORGE A. DEARBORN, 

Sealer of Weights and Measures. 



REPORT OF THE CLERK OF THE MUNICIPAL 
COURT OF CONCORD, NEW HAMPSHIRE, 1936 



RECEIPTS 

Received for fines, costs and sundry fees $7,146.13 



EXPENDITURES 




Paid for fees of officers, wit- 




nesses and complaints and war- 




rants 


$389.12 


State of New Hampshire, Com- 




missioner of Motor Vehicles 


3,158.30 


State of New Hampshire, Fish 




and Game Department 


195.80 


Clerk's Bond 


5.00! 


Postage, printing and supplies 


88.70 


State of New Hampshire, for 




Public Laws for Court 


38.00 


Special Justices 


105.00 


Bank service charges 


2.61 


Probation officer's services and 




expenses 


180.00 


Counsel fees in juvenile cases 


85.00 


Balance paid City Treasurer 


2,898.60 




$7,146.13 


Respectfully submitted, 


JOHN W. STANLEY, 




Clerk. 



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 from January 1, 1936 to date of 
this report, December 15, 1936. 

During this period the health of the city was good. No 
important disease was prevalent here. Scarlet fever de- 
creased from the preceeding year, and only three cases 
of infantile paralysis appeared in spite of the outbreaks 
of that disease reported from nearby areas. There were 
no cases of diphtheria and only one typhoid fever, that 
being an imported infection. Mumps and german measles 
continued to appear in the schools but no serious cases or 
deaths were reported. 

Continuing the sewer connection program begun in 
1935, the owners of all premises within 100 feet of any 
public sewer but not connected to it were notified that 
they should connect or show cause why connection should 
not be required. A drive was made on restaurant toilet 
facilities and this situation cleaned up as far as the some- 
what ambiguous provisions of the Public Laws in this re- 
gard seemed to permit. Plumbing in local hospitals was 
checked over and a number of potential health hazards 
were eliminated or are in process of elimination at this 
date. At the suggestion of the Sanitary Officer steps 
were taken at two local industrial plants to eliminate 
health hazards from sandblasting and from lead fumes. 
The Boston & Maine Railroad on the urgent recommenda- 
tion of the Sanitary Officer drained a small mosquito- 
breeding pond in the railroad yards near the Margaret 
Pillsbury Hospital. This was not only a potential health 
hazard but also was a distressing nuisance to patients in 
the hospital. 



HEALTH DEPARTMENT 107 

Dramatic problems arose in March when the Merri- 
mack River flooded not only homes in the city but also 
caused uneasiness about the city water supply. Due to a 
partial washing out of mains from Long Pond, it was 
necessary to resort to pumping from the Souck River 
wells, the well-heads of which were actually submerged. 
Constant and repeated tests of water from both the high 
and the low pressure services did not indicate any pollu- 
tion at any time however. General pasteurization of milk 
ceased for a short time when the city electric power failed 
but we were able to arrange for a sufficient pasteurized 
supply for hospital needs. One family under isolation 
for communicable disease had to be transferred to higher 
ground. Upon subsidence of the flood the city health 
department removed carcasses of animals of all sizes, 
cleaned up polluted homes, condemned and destroyed 
polluted foods, emptied barns of wet hay that was spon- 
taneously heating, disinfected flooded wells and carried 
on an extensive anti-typhoid campaign in which 265 per- 
sons were given free injections of typhoid vaccine. It 
is gratifying to be able to report that with the single ex- 
ception of some cases of pneumonia in men who worked 
up to their shourders in the icy water to salvage property 
and to save the Sewells Falls Dam, there was no illness 
attributable to the flood and no increase in illness and 
deaths in the city. 

Beginning July 1, and by virtue of the fact that Con- 
cord had a full time medical health officer, (half time with 
the Board of Health and half with the Union School 
District), the City Board of Health obtained from the 
federal government, through the State Board of Health, 
the sum of $4,100.00 for use in strengthening health work 
in Concord. This was utilized to employ a full time 
sanitary inspector and a full time public health nurse. 
Well trained persons were obtained for each of these 
positions. For inspector Mr. A. O. Waananen was em- 
ployed; he was a graduate of the University of New 



108 CITY OF CONCORD 

Hampshire, with the degree of Bachelor of Science, and 
had specialized in sanitation. On November 15 he re- 
signed to accept a better position. He was replaced 
by Mr. Elmer P. Wheeler, another graduate of the Uni- 
versity of New Hampshire. Mr. Wheeler has the degree 
of Bachelor of Science. For public health nurse, the ap- 
pointment was given to Miss Emily H. Foss, R.N. In 
addition to the usual nursing training, Miss Foss has had 
a year of special training in public health nursing at 
Simmons College in Boston. During the school months 
she will work in the schools, providing full school nursing 
service to the parochial schools for the first time. She 
also assists at the venereal disease clinics. 

On December 8 the Sanitary Officer, Dr. Travis Pol- 
lard Burroughs was appointed Secretary of the State 
Board of Health and was released by the Concord Board 
of Aldermen from duty with the city on December 15. 
Appreciation is expressed for the kindness and considera- 
tion shown by the Board of Aldermen in this release from 
duty on such short notice, and to the other officials and 
employees of the City of Concord for their courtesy and 
co-operation throughout the period in which I have been 
Sanitary Officer. 

Respectfully submitted, 

TRAVIS P. BURROUGHS, 

M.D., C.P.H. 



HEALTH DEPARTMENT 

COMMUNICABLE DISEASES 



109 



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





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CITY OF CONCORD 

COMPARATIVE TABLE 



The following table contains the number of cases of 
communicable diseases and the deaths resulting there- 
from for the years since and including 1926: 







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108 
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32 
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38 




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226 

38 

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323 

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72 
251 
197 

46 
378 

88 

46 


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1932 








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2 
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1933 


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4 
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1934 




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1935 


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1936 


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SUMMARY 

Resident deaths, 302 

Non-resident deaths, 231 

Stillbirths, 1 1 

Burial permits issued for bodies brought here, 94 

Transit permits issued for bodies sent away, 285 

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

Public Health and Marine Service, 52 
Number of nuisance complaints investigated, 42 
Number of school buildings inspected, 18 
Number of boarding houses for children in- 
spected, 16 
Number of parks and swimming pools in- 
spected, 5 



HEALTH DEPARTMENT 111 

MILK INSPECTION DIVISION 



To the Honorable Mayor and Board of Aldermen: 
Gentlemen : 

Herewith is submitted for your approval a summary of 
a report of the work done by the Milk Inspection Division 
of the Board of Health in the Bacteriological Laboratory 
and Field during the year ending December 31, 1936. 

Laboratory: 

Total number of milk samples collected and an- 
alyzed, 1232 

Total number of cream samples collected and an- 
alyzed, 66 

Total number of ice cream samples collected and 
analyzed, 34 

Miscellaneous samples analyzed, 44 

Number of milk and cream samples brought to the 
laboratory, 3 

Milk itemized: 

Number of milk samples plated for total bacteria 
within legal requirements, 957 

Number of milk samples plated for total bacteria 
not within legal requirements, 25 

Number of milk samples plated for B. Coli within 
legal requirements, 936 

Number of milk samples plated for B. Coli not 
within legal requirements, 44 

Number of milk samples within legal butter fat re- 
quirements, 758 

Number of milk samples not within legal buterfat 
requirements, 



112 CITY OF CONCORD 

Number of milk samples run for total solids, 402 

Number of milk samples run for temperatures, 413 
Number of milk samples run for specific gravity, 413 
Number of sediment tests run for dirty milk, 1021 

Number of cream samples plated for total bacteria 

within legal requirements, 36 

Number of cream samples plated for total bacteria 

not within legal requirements, 30 

Number of cream samples plated for B. Coli with- 
in legal requirements, 55 
Number of cream samples plated for B. Coli not 

within legal requirements, 4 

Number of cream samples within legal butterfat 

requirements, 61 

Number of cream samples not within legal butter- 
fat requirements, 
Number of ice cream samples plated for total bac- 
teria, 43 
Number of ice cream samples plated for B. Coli 

within legal requirements, 43 

Number of ice cream samples plated for B. Coli 

not within legal requirements, 

Number of bacteriological determinations made on 

clean milk bottles and cans, 18 

Number of chocolate milks analyzed, 58 

Number of orangeade drinks analyzed, 18 

Number of water samples analyzed, 246 

Canned meat analyzed, 5 

Field: 

Total number of inspections made, 1928 

Number of inspections made of dairies, 402 

Number of inspections made of milk plants, 256 

Number of inspections made of stores and eat- 
ing places, 630 
Number of inspections made of milk trucks, 160 



HEALTH DEPARTMENT 113 

Number of complaints investigated, 37 

Notices given to improve conditions, written, 101 

Follow-up notices given to improve conditions, 

written, 8 

Number of cans inspected, 372 

Number of bottles inspected, 1280 

Number of cans and bottles condemned, 21 

Number of bottles and cans cleared through the 

milk exchange, 1364 

Number of milk licenses issued, 248 

Number of milk licenses refused, 

Court convictions, 

Remarks : none 

FINANCIAL STATEMENT OF MILK INSPECTION 
DIVISION: 

Total appropriation, $2,410.00 

Yearly expenses, 2,320.30 

Appropriation balance, 89.70 

Received from milk license fees, $345.00 



ASSESSORS' REPORT 



To the Taxpayers of the City of Concord: 

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

In the following report is a table of the amount raised 
by direct taxation for the years from 1926 to the present 
time, which shows the amount raised by direct taxation. 

Tabulations of Warrants Submitted for Assess- 
ment, Valuation of City and Precincts, with 
Rate for Each in 1936 



State 

County 

City Budget 

Flood 

Schools 

*City Union 

**Penacook U. School 
City Sewer Bonds 

Total for city 

Average tax rate for city 



Amounts of 
Warrants 



$107,120.00 

141,493.02 

511,200.00 

35,000.00 

387,596.70 

28,466.16 

2,750.00 



$1,213,625.88 



Tax Rate 
per $1000 



$3.36 
4.42 

15.96 
1.10 

12.90 

14.40 

.12 



3.79 



Assessed 

Valuation of Cits 

and Precincts 



$32,039,851. 
32,039,851. 
32,039,851. 
32,039,851. 

30,070,028. 

1,978,493. 

24,039.851. 



''Includes property located in Loudon, 
•Includes property located in Canterbury, 
Exemptions for Veterans, 
On property, 
On polls, 1,030 
Rate of taxation per $10ff0. Flood 

Full Rate, $1.10 

No Sewer Bond Rate, 1.10 

Penacook Rate, 1.10 



Reg. 

$36.76 

36.64 

38.14 



$265,090. 
2,060. 
Total 
$37.86 
37.74 
39.24 



ASSESSOR S REPORT 



115 



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



Railroad 


1933 


1934 


1935 


1936 




720 

47 

2179 

109 

36 

3 

1093 

127 

10 

46 

17 

7 

150 


794 
45 

2138 

102 

36 

3 

1170 

177 

10 

58 

17 

7 

100 


792 

35 

2060 

70 

36 

3 

1232 

138 

10 

46 

17 

7 

50 


614 


A- — Fitchburg 


45 


C — Concord & Montreal .... 
D — Manchester & Lawrence 


1598 

37 

23 

3 




1216 




135 
10 




48 


Wilton 


17 




27 


Portland & Ogdensburg 







4544 


4707 


4496 


3773 








No. 


Valuation 


Improved and unim 


proved \i 


ind 








and buildings, 








$27,870,889 


Electric plants, 










1,709,480 


Horses, 






!69 




23,135 


Asses and mules, 






2 




150 


Oxen, 






2 




200 


Cows, 




i,: 


*62 




100,145 


Neat, 




] 


L75 




6,827 


Sheep, 




] 


[40 




1,117 


Hogs, 






77 




840 


Fowls, 




n,: 


!84 




17,459 


Fur-bearing animals, 






41 




1,360 i 


Vehicles, 










- 2,600 


Portable mill, 










- 12,200 


Boats and launches, 










1,500 


Wood and lumber, 










- 800 


Gas tanks and pump 


>s, 








20,600 


Stock in trade, 










1,777,654 


Machinery, 










492,895 


Total, 


$32,039,851 



116 city of concord 

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 1926, 
with rates. 



Year 


Polls 


Veterans 


Valuation 


Tax 


Rates 


1926 


12,043 




$30,242,550 


875,330.07 


$28.23 


1927 


12,477 




31,191,494 


945,886.49 


29.72 


1928 


12,630 




32,012,175 


950,336.03 


28.96 


1929 


12,655 




32,684,774 


987,383.48 


29.60 


1930 


12,863 




33,199,950 


1,077,953.51 


31.95 


1931 


12,926 


1,233 


33,155,968 


1,068,152.51 


31.57 


1932 


12,812 


1,278 


32,585,968 


983,638.74 


29.54 


1933 


13,092 


1,325 


31,676,008 


957,889.64 


29.37 


1934 


13,523 


1,319 


31,969,987 


981,805.50 


29.98 


1935 


13,338 


1,116 


31,910,830 


1,193,828.43 


36.48 


1936 


13,166 


1,030 


32,039,851 


1,245,352,87 


37.86 



List of Polls, Valuations and Tax Assessed in 
1935 and 1936 

Total warrants submitted to Tax Collector: 

In 1935— Resident tax list, $1,160,437.04 

Non-resident tax list, 659.45 

Polls, 26,676.00 

Bank stock, 6,055.94 



Total, $1,193,828.43 

In 1936— Resident tax list, $1,212,413.83 

Non-resident tax list, 612.35 

Polls. 26,332.00 

Bank stock, \ 99 L69 

Total, $1,245,352.87 



assessor's report 117 



577 



Number of deeds recorded: 




January 1 to December 31, 1936, 




Number of building permits issued 




for past year: 




For new buildings, 


52 


garages, 


38 


remodelings, 


71 


Total, 


161 



In March the Contoocook and Merrimack Rivers went 
on a rampage, overflowing their banks and flooding all 
land and buildings in their basins. Buildings were torn 
from foundations, some were floated away never to be 
recovered. Others were filled with the dirty water and 
debris, some even up on to the second floors. Cellar walls 
were undermined, floors warped out of shape; inside walls 
and finish seriously damaged. Cattle and poultry were 
drowned in their pens. Stacked hay ruined by water and 
filth. Tillage land all up and down the Intervales were 
gullied, in some parts to the extent of acres, and other 
parts were covered with sand and silt, in spots to sev- 
eral feet in depth smothering all growth thereon. Roads 
and sidewalks in this district required an expense of 
$35,000. to make passable, this was raised by a flood tax 
assessed on the entire property of the city, making a rate 
of $1.10 on each $1,000. valuation. 

The Board viewed each piece of property and allowed 
a percentage loss on the 1935 assessment valuation. This 
territory covered a distance of nearly 12 linear miles. 
The damage to taxable property for this year exceeded 
$160,000. Much of this loss will never be recovered to 
the city. 

We have to report that Bektash Temple Real Estate 
Association has petitioned the Superior Court for relief 



118 CITY OF CONCORD 

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 1933-1934-1935-1936. This case is still 
pending decision; hearings have been held before Bert 
Cooper as Master, December 12, 13 and 19, 1935. Briefs 
of Counsel to be submitted later. Counsel for the City, 
City Solicitor Robert J. Kelliher. 

Respectfully submitted, 

CLARENCE O. PHILBRICK, Chairman, 
JOSEPH E. SHEPARD, Clerk, 
EDWARD F. DONOVAN, 

Board of Assessors. 



REPORT OF TAX COLLECTOR 



To the Board of Aldermen: 

The undersigned hereby submits the report of the 
Collector of Taxes to the close of business, December 
31, 1936. 

Tax Levy for 1930 



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



Additions and corrections, 

Interest, 

Costs, 

Cash paid Treasurer, 

Abatements, 

Uncollected, 



$1,045,565.20 

25,726.00 

825.94 

5,836.37 

$1,077,953.51 
2,731.16 
5,167.28 
1,020.45 

$1,069,252.86 

14,880.78 

2,738.76 



$1,086,872.40 



-$1,086,872.40 



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



Tax Levy for 1931 

$1,035,791.06 
25,852.00 
728.08 
5,781.37 



Additions and corrections, 

Interest, 

Costs, 



$1,068,152.51 
1,014.56 
6,637.44 
1,500.06 



$1,077,304.57 



120 



CITY OF CONCORD 



Cash paid Treasurer, 

Abatements, 

Uncollected, 



$1,055,465.49 

18,146.23 

3,692.85 



$1,077,304.57 



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, 956.10 

Interest, 7,070.38 

Costs, 1,811.35 

Cash paid Treasurer, $971,837.46 

Discount, 2,617.09 

Abatements, 14,427.92 

Uncollected, 4,594.10 



Tax Levy for 1933 

Resident list, $925,143.19 

Poll tax lists, 26,184.00 

Non-resident list, 568.08 

Bank stock, 5,994.37 

Moth charge, 887.81 

$958,777.45 
Additions and corrections, 1,886.78 

Interest, 9,386.75 

Costs, 1,613.51 



$993,476.57 



$993,476.57 



$971,664.49 



TAX COLLECTOR S REPORT 



121 



Cash paid Treasurer, 
Discount, 
Abatements, 
Uncollected, 



$951,620.60 
5,190.49 
9,820.59 
5,032.81 



Resident list, 
Poll tax lists, 
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, 

Uncollected, 



$981,805.50 
2,420.65 
9,978.41 
1,937.47 

$980,320.84 
8,369.48 
7,451.71 



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



Tax Levy for 1935 

$1,160,437.04 
26,676.00 
659.45 
6,055.94 



Additions and corrections, 

Interest, 

Costs, 

Cash paid Treasurer, 

Abatements, 

Uncollected, 



$1,193,828.43 

1,800.74 

12,984.48 

2,067.97 

$1,189,552.51 
11,027.06 
10,102.05 



$971,664.49 



$996,142.03 



$996,142.03 



$1,210,681.62 



$1,210,681.62 



122 



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



city of concord 

Tax Levy for 1936 

$1,212,413.83 
26,332.00 
612.35 
5,994.69 



Additions and corrections, 

Interest, 

Costs, 

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



$1,245,352.87 

4,562.17 

119.07 

421.20 

$968,492.66 

5,213.59 

626.38 

276,122.68 



$1,250,455.31 



$1,250,455.31 



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



1923 



Resident list, 


$1,831.47 


Non-resident list, 


25.42 


Interest, 


251.07 


Expense, 


5.04 


Fees, 


4.50 



Paid Treasurer, $2,065.01 

Paid Reg. of Deeds, 2.25 

Deeded, L. R., 39.35 

Deeded, 1936, 10.89 



$2,117.50 



1924 



$2,117.50 



Resident list, 


$3,663.55 


Paid Treasurer, 


$4,099.71 


Non-resident list, 


7.32 


Paid Reg. of Deeds, 


10.00 


Interest, 


487.40 


Cancelled by C. G., 


14.31 


Expense 


16.60 


Deeded, L. R., 


64.97 


Fees, 


20.00 


Deeded, 1936, 


5.88 



$4,194.87 



$4,194.87 



TAX COLLECTOR S REPORT 



123 



1926 



Resident 


list, 


$4,368.17 


Interest, 




252.27 


Expense, 




9.10 


Fees, 




27.00 



$4,656.54 



Paid Treasurer, $4,030.10 

Paid Reg. of Deeds, 13.25 

Deeded, 324.98 

Cancelled by C. G., 251.16 

Unredeemed, 37.05 



$4,656.54 



1927 



Resident list, 


$10,749.56 


Paid Treasurer, 


$12,066.23 


Interest, 


1,545.34 


Paid Reg. of Deeds, 


17.50 


Expense, 


10.23 


Held in reserve, 


.25 


Fees, 


35.25 


Cancelled by C. G., 


67.05 






Deeded, L. R., 


97.44 






Deeded, 1936, 


43.33 






Abated, 


48.58 



$12,340.38 



$12,340.38 



1929 



Resident list, 


$5,406.76 


Paid Treasurer, L. R. 


$5,440.26 


Interest, 


220.50 


Paid Reg, of Deeds, 


13.00 


Expense, 


30.10 


Held in reserve, 


.25 


Fees, 


26.25 


Abated, 


118.71 






Deeded, L. R., 


25.65 






Deeded, 1936, 


62.11 






Cancelled by C. G. 


23.63 



$5,683.61 



$5,683.61 



1930 



Resident list, 


$9,079.78 


Interest, 


560.94 


Expense, 


40.60 


Fees, L. R., 


37.00 


Fees, 1936, 


.50 



Paid Treasurer, L. R. $9,095.49 
Paid Treasurer, 1936, .25 

Paid Reg. of Deeds, L. R. 18.50 
Paid Reg of Deeds, 1936 .25 
Paid B. L. Co., 1935, 31.07 

Redeemed by Grover 20.68 

Deeded, 543.64 

Abated, 8.94 



$9,718.82 



$9,718.82 



124 



CITY OF CONCORD 



1931 



Resident list, 


$24,33975 


Interest, L. R., 


2,627.65 


Interest, 1936, 


213.61 


Expense, L. R., 


116.53 


Expense, 1936, 


.70 


Fees, L. R., 


94.00 


Fees, 1936, 


4.00 



Resident list, 
Interest, L. R., 
Interest, 1936, 
Expense, L. R. 
Expense, 1936, 
Fees, L. R., 
Fees, 1936, 



Paid Treasurer, L. R. $26,241.67 
Paid Treasurer, 1936 694.03 

Paid Reg. Deeds L. R. 47.00 
Paid Reg. Deeds 1936 2.00 
Abated, 61.31 

Deeded, 350.23 



$27,396.24 



$27,396.24 



1932 



$29,769.41 

2,323.85 

467.10 

118.05 

13.32 

131.75 

12.00 

$32,835.48 



Paid Treasurer L. R. $29,792.16 
Paid Treasurer 1936 1,927.27 
Paid Reg. Deeds L. R. 66.00 
Paid Reg. Deeds 1936 6.00 
Abated, 124.17 

Deeded, 887.84 

Unredeemed, 32.04 



$32,835.48 



1933 



Resident list, 


$22 


:,956.84 


Paid Treasurer L. R. $17,944.31 


Interest, L. R., 




688.60 


Paid Treasurer 1936 4,290.07 


Interest, 1936, 




605.21 


Paid King, 1935, 125.45 


Expense, L. R., 




53.48 


Paid Reg. Deeds L. R. 38.00 


Expense, 1936, 




16.18 


Paid Reg. Deeds 1936 8.25 


Fees, L. R., 




76.00 


Abated, 421.24 


Fees, 1936, 




16.50 


Deeded, 73.34 
Unredeemed, 1,512.15 



$24,412.81 



$24,412.81 



1934 



Resident list, 


$27,064.26 


Interest, L. R., 


109.21 


Interest, 1936, 


850.18 


Expense, L. R., 


28.82 


Expense, 1936, 


51.40 


Fees, L. R. 


22.25 


Fees, 1936, 


31.00 



$28,157.12 



Paid Treasurer L. R. $7,878.17 
Paid Treasurer 1936 12,817.07 
Paid Reg. Deeds L. R. 21.75 
Paid Reg. Deeds 1936 31.25 
Abated, L. R., 288.83 

Abated, 1936, 58.93 

Deeded, 67.07 

Unredeemed, 6,994.05 

$28,157.12 



TAX COLLECTOR S REPORT 



125 







1935 






Resident list, 


$46,589.46 




Paid Treasurer, 


$9,892.03 


Interest, 


97.27 




Paid Shepard, 


41.85 


Expense, 


21.12 




Paid Reg. Deeds, 


16.00 


Fees, 


16.00 




Abated, 
Unredeemed, 


101.12 
36,672.85 



$46,723.85 

Reimbursements 
1928 
1928 Taxes, paid by City, $ .26 Paid Treasurer, 

Interest, 19.24 Paid Reg. of Deeds, 

Fees .50 



$46,723.85 



$19.75 
.25 





$20.00 


$20.00 




1932 




1932 Taxes, paid by City, $368.77 Paid Treasurer, 


$581.26 


Interest, 


212.49 






$581.26 


$581.26 




1933 




1933 Taxes paid by 


Paid Treasurer, 


$2,587.51 


City, 


$2,009.59 Paid Reg. of Deeds, 


.50 


Interest, 


576.72 




Fees, 


1.00 




Expense, 


.70 





$2,588.01 



1934 



1934 Taxes paid by 

City, 
Interest, 
Expense, 
Fees, 



$2,588.01 
$6,273.75 



$5,535.81 

728.92 

3.52 

11.00 

$6,279.25 



Paid Treasurer, 

Paid Reg. of Deeds, 5.50 



$6,279.25 



Received from rent and 
ale ■■! p Mi\,e\ w deeded 
to the City $2,559.30 Paid Treasurer, $2,559.30 

Respectfully Submitted, 

Amos B. Morrison 

Collector. 



REPORT OF PARK COMMISSIONERS 

To the Mayor and the Board of Aldermen: 

The Park Department through the buying of modern 
equipment has been able to carry on a much more exten- 
sive program. A new truck was purchased which has 
been much needed. A new power machine and other 
new equipment has been added which all goes to speed 
up the regular work so that more time can be given to 
new work. 

Mr. Frank G. Atkinson, who had been Superintendent 
of Parks for twenty-five years resigned May 1, 1936. The 
Commission expressed their gratitude for the long and 
faithful service so completely enacted. 

Mr. Carl L. Sargent was appointed by the Commission 
to fulfill Mr. Atkinson's place as Superintendent of Parks. 

The P. W. A. completed two cement bathing pools, one 
in Rollins Park and one in White's Park which were fin- 
ished so late in the season that they were used but little, 
however they will be ready for the next summer. These 
are going to prove of great value as a recreational center 
for Concord's children. 

In June the Park Commission accepted a strip of land 
on the west side of South Main Street which is to be main- 
tained as a parkway which will much improve the ap- 
proach to the City. 

A nursery was started where the Park Department will 
grow all their own shrubbery which will amount to a con- 
siderable saving as time goes by. 

ALPHEUS M. JOHNSON 
WILL J. DREW 
GARDNER G. EMMONS 
ROBERT J. GRAVES 
EDGAR C. HIRST 
MARJORIE TROXELL 



REPORT OF THE CITY SOLICITOR 

To His Honor Mayor Storrs and the Board of Aldermen: 

Your Solicitor reports the following legal actions pend- 
ing against the City of Concord and/or against its duly 
appointed officials in carrying out their municipal duties, 

Merrimack County Superior Court 

1. Bektash Real Estate Association vs. City of Con- 
cord 

These are appeals from the refusal of the Board of 
Assessors to abate taxes alleged to be excessive on prop- 
erty owned by the petitioners. Hearings have been held 
before Burt R. Cooper, Esquire, as Master for the years 
1932-1935 inclusive and the Master's Report has been 
filed in Court. A motion has been filed by the City So- 
licitor requesting a hearing on this report. 

2. Frank Truchon vs. City oj Concord 

This action was entered at the October Term, 1934, 
for alleged damage to his property, which is claimed to 
have arisen out of the location and use of the City Dump. 

3. Clement Schettino vs. City of Concord 

This action was entered at the October Term, 1934, 
for injuries alleged to have been sustained while Schet- 
tino was working as a City employee. Demond, Wood- 
worth, Sulloway, Piper and Jones, Esquires, have joined 
with the City Solicitor as associate counsel. 

4. Nicholas Faretra vs. James M. Langley et als 

This is a Bill in Equity entered at the March Term, 
1935, praying for a reversal of a ruling of the Zoning 
Board of Adjustment, relative to a parcel of land and 
building owned by the petitioner on Liberty Street. 



128 CITY OF CONCORD 

5. Frank Ramsey vs. James M. Langley et als 

This is a Bill in Equity entered at the April Term, 
1936, praying for a reversal of a ruling of the Zoning 
Board of Adjustment, relative to the use of the petition- 
er's property located near Penacook on the Daniel-Web- 
ster Highway. 

6. Mary J. Perry vs. City of Concord 

This action was entered at the October Term, 1936, 
for damages to her property located at 296 North State 
Street, which she alleges arose out of unreasonable and 
negligent use by the City of said North State Street, near 
her premises. 

An office has been opened by the City Solicitor at the 
City Hall, in which are all of the City Solicitor records. 
Office hours daily from 1.30 to 2.30 in the afternoon, at 
which time your solicitor is ready to take up City busi- 
ness with all interested citizens and with the City offi- 
cials and employees. 

The complete co-operation of all officials and employ- 
ees of the City, has been extended to me and I sincerely 
appreciate the aid and assistance of all. 

Respectfully submitted, 

HENRY P. CALLAHAN, 

City Solicitor. 



REPORT OF TRUSTEES OF TRUST FUNDS 



HARRY H. DUDLEY, 1 

BURNS P. HODGMAN, Trustees. 

CARL H. FOSTER, 



Receipts 




1936 




Jan. 1, To balance from 1935, 


$5,590.22 


Dec. 31, Income, J. B. & 0. B. Abbott, trust, 


1.50 


Harper Allen, trust, 


1.50 


Henry Burleigh, trust, 


5.10 


William E. Chandler, trust, 


12.75 


William M. Chase, trust, 


9.25 


Calvin P. Couch, trust, 


2.70 


Jacob C. Dunklee, trust, 


8.50 


Samuel C. Eastman, trust, 


35.00 


Seth Eastman, trust, 


5.00 


Sarah E. Farrand, trust, 


6.00 


George Fogg, trust, 


4.00 


Leverett M. Freeman, trust, 


3.00 


Jacob H. Gallinger, trust, 


8.50 


Heber B. Hardy, trust, 


3.25 


Mary D. Hart, trust, 


12.00 


Liva C. Heath, trust, 


3.79 


Eliza Lane, trust, 


4.25 


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


6.00 


Lydia F. Lund, trust, 


12.75 


Mary Ann Lyons, trust, 


3.13 


Myra F. Morey, trust, 


3.00 


Charles W. Morse, trust, 


4.25 


Lucy M. Roach, trust, 


1.50 


Charles E. Scorer, trust, 


3.00 


Antonia J. Sousa, trust, 


1.50 


Hiram B. Tebbetts, trust, 


6.40 


Frank Watson, trust, 


3.00 



130 CITY OF CONCORD 



Blossom Hill Cemetery Fund, 1,741.53 

Horse Hill Cemetery Fund, .39 

Maple Grove Cemetery Fund, 40.20 

Millville Cemetery Fund, 72.43 

Pine Grove Cemetery Fund, 16.02 

Old North Cemetery Fund, 24.99 

Soucook Cemetery Fund, 3.07 

Woodlawn Cemetery Fund, 13.16 
John H. Albin Cemetery Trust, 1 2 .00 

Charlotte Merrill, trust, 45.00 

Minot Enclosure, trust, 90.00 

J. Eastman Pecker, trust, 340.00 
K. P. and Douglas Rollins, trust, 45.33 

Countess of Rumford, trust, 60.00 

Abial Walker, trust, 30.00 

Ida B. Fosgate, trust, 4.50 

Isaac L. Heath, trust, 3.00 

Margaret A. Howe, trust, 8.00 

Cornelia S. Parmenter, trust, 1.50 
Lillian Carpenter Streeter, trust, 3.00 

William M. Chase, trust, 32.50 

P. B. Cogswell, trust, 64.41 

Samuel Eastman, trust, 163.94 

Samuel Eastman, trust, 1,045.62 

Eastman Association Trust, 250.00 

Joseph Hazeltine, trust, 99.96 

Benjamin A. Kimball, trust, 2,750.00 

Henry A. Kimball, trust, 550.00 

Seth K. Jones, trust, 12.00 

Seth K. Jones, trust, 14.34 

G. Parker Lyon, trust, 30.00 

Franklin Pierce, trust, 30.00 

Thomas G. Valpey, trust, 15.00 

David Osgood, trust, 25.00 
Fred E. Emerton (C. R. 

Corning, trust), 451.68 



TRUSTEES OF TRUST FUNDS 131 

Interest, trust funds, Loan & Trust Savings 

Bank, 1,562.77 

Interest, trust funds, Merrimack County 

Savings Bank, 1,419.77 

Interest, trust funds, New Hampshire Sav- 
ings Bank, 1,259.00 

Interest, trust funds, Union Trust Company, 1,403.20 

Interest, unexpended balance, cemetery 
trust funds, 175.00 

From unexpended income, sundry trust 

funds, 1,162.64 



$20,831.79 



Expenditures 
1936 
Dec. 31, By paid — 

Mary E. Bourne, account labor, 

trust lot, Calvery Cemetery, $1.56 

Rt. Rev. Msgr. J. S. Buckley, ac- 
count labor, trust lots, Calvary 
Cemetery, 412.50 

Edith M. Carter, account income 
Solon A. Carter Trust added to 
principal, 100.00 

H. H. Dudley, treasurer, account 

Minot Enclosure, 90.00 

Fred E. Emerton, income C. R. 

Corning trust, 451.68 

Rev. T. C. Laughlin, account labor 
trust lot, Cavalry Cemetery, 
Penacook, 9.04 

Martha J. Nelson, treasurer, in- 
come Countess of Rumford trust, 60.00 

Rev. A. A. Sylvestre, account David 

Osgood trust, 25.00 



132 CITY OF CONCORD 

City Treasurer, account of income 
sundry trust funds to reimburse 
city for money advanced for care 
of lots in Blossom Hill Cemetery, 4,756.77 

City Treasurer, account of income 
sundry trust funds, to reimburse 
city for money advanced for care 
of lots in Horse Hill Cemetery, 15.93 

City Treasurer, account of income 
sundry trust funds, to reimburse 
city for money advanced for care 
of lots in Maple Grove Cemetery, 234.10 

City Treasurer, account of income 
sundry trust funds, to reimburse 
city for money advanced for care 
of lots in Millville Cemetery, 123.80 

City Treasurer, account of income 
sundry trust funds, to reimburse 
city for money advanced for care 
of lots in Old Fort Cemetery, 15.32 

City Treasurer, account of income 
sundry trust funds, to reimburse 
city for money advanced for care 
of lots in Old (North Cemetery, 434.74 

City Treasurer, account of income 
sundry trust funds, to reimburse 
city for money advanced for care 
of lots in Pine Grove Cemetery, 626.91 

City Treasurer, account of income 
sundry trust funds, to reimburse 
city for money advanced for care 
of lots in Soucook Cemetery, 21.07 

City Treasurer, account of income 
sundry trust funds, to reimburse 
city for money advanced for care 
of lots in Woodlawn Cemetery, 830.26 



TRUST FUNDS 133 

City Treasurer, income, William 

M. Chase, trust, 32.50 

City Treasurer, income, P. B. Cogs- 
well, trust, 64.41 
City Treasurer, income, Samuel C. 

Eastman, trust, 163.94 

City Treasurer, income, Samuel C. 

Eastman, trust, 1,045.62 

City Treasurer, income, Joseph 

Hazeltine, trust, 99.96 

City Treasurer, income, Benjamin 

A. Kimball, trust, 2,750.00 

City Treasurer, income, Henry A. 

Kimball, trust, 550.00 

City Treasurer, income, Seth K. 

Jones, trust, 14.34 

City Treasurer, income, G. Parker 

Lyon, trust, 30.00 

City Treasurer, income, Franklin 

Pierce, trust, 30.00 

City Treasurer, income, K. P. and 

Douglas Rollins, trust, 45.33 

City Treasurer, income, Thomas G. 

Valpey, trust, 15.00 

City Treasurer, income, Abial Wal- 
ker, trust, 30.00 
City Treasurer, income, Blossom 

Hill Cemetery, 1,741.53 

City Treasurer, income, Horse Hill 

Cemetery, .39 

City Treasurer, income, Maple 

Grove Cemetery, 40.20 

City Treasurer, income, Millville 

Cemetery, 72.43 

City Treasurer, income, Pine Grove 

Cemetery, 16.02 



134 CITY OF CONCORD 



City Treasurer, income, Old North 




Cemetery, 


24.99 


City Treasurer, income, Soucook 




Cemetery, 


3.07 


City Treasurer, income, Woodlawn 




Cemetery, 


13.16 


City Treasurer, unexpended in- 




come, sundry trust funds, 


1,162.64 


Park Department as per resolution, 




Eastman Association Trust, 


250.00 


balance, 


4,427.58 



$20,831.79 



TRUST FUNDS 



BLOSSOM HILL CEMETERY FUND 

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

Amount of capital, January 1, 

1936, $57,929.11 

Received from one-third sale of 

lots, 1936, 577.50 

Received from income of fund, 

1936, 1,741.53 

: $60,248.14 

Credited to city of Concord, gen- 
eral account, 1,741.53 
Amount of capital, January 1, 

1937, 58,506.61 

$60,248.14 

Deposited in Loan & Trust Sav- 
ings Bank, 10,250.00 

Deposited in Merrimack County 

Savings Bank, 14,742.10 

Deposited in New Hampshire 

Savings Bank, 17,187.67 

Deposited in Union Trust Com- 
pany, 16,326.84 

$58,506.61 

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 of the fund is used for the 
care, protection and ornamentation of Horse Hill Cemetery. 

Amount of capital, January 1, 

1936, $13.34 

Received from income of fund, .39 

$13.73 



136 CITY OF CONCORD 

Credited to city of Concord gen- 
eral account, .39 

Amount of capital, January 1, 

1937, 13.34 

$13.73 

Deposited in Union Trust Company, 13.34 

MAPLE GROVE CEMETERY 

This fund is increased each year by addition of one-third the amount 

rec ived from the sale of lots. The income of the fund is used for the 

care, protection and ornamentation of Maple Grove Cemetery. 

Amount of capital, January 1, 

1936, $1,341.79 

Received from one-third sale of 

lots, 1936, 30.00 

Received from income of fund, 

1936, 40.20 

$1,411.99 



Credited to city of Concord gen- 
eral account, 40.20 

Amount of capital, January 1, 

1937, 1,371.79 

$1,411.99 

Deposited in Merrimack County 

Savings Bank, 1,371.79 

MILLVILLE CEMETERY FUND 

This fund originated and is provided 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 or- 
nation of Millville Cemetery. 

Amount of capital, January 1, 

1936, $2,402.16 

Received from income of fund, 

1936, 72.43 

$2,474.59 

Credited city of Concord, gen- 
eral account, 72.43 

Amount of capital, January 1, 

1937, 2,402.16 

2,474.59 



TRUST FUNDS 

Deposited in Loan & Trust Sav- 
ings Bank, 

Deposited in Merrimack County 
Savings Bank, 


872.59 
1,529.57 



137 



$2,402.16 



PINE GROVE CEMETERY FUND' 



This fund is increased each year by 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, 

1936, $534.51 

Received from one-third sale of 

lots, 1936, 33.34 

Received from income of fund, 

1936, 16.02 

$583.87 



Credited city of Concord, gen- 




eral account, 


16.02 


Amount of capital, January 1, 




1937, 


567.85 



$583.87 
Deposited in New Hampshire 

Savings Bank, 567.85 

OLD NORTH CEMETERY FUND 

This fund is increased each year by 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, 

1936, $833.00 

Income received, 1936, 24.99 

$857.99 



Credited city of Concord, gen- 
eral account, 24.99 

Amount of capital, January 1, 

1937, 833.00 



$857.99 
Deposited in Merrimack County 

Savings Bank, 833.00 



138 CITY OF CONCORD 



SOUCOOK CEMETERY FUND 



This fund is increased each year by 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, 

1936, $101.66 

Received from one-third sale of 

lot, 1936, 5.00 

Received from income of fund, 

1936, 3.07 

$109.73 



Credited city of Concord, gen- 
eral account, 3.07 

Amount of capital, January 1, 

1937, 106.66 

$109.73 

Deposited in Loan & Trust Sav- 
ings Bank, 106.66 

WOODLAWN CEMETERY FUND 

This fund is increased each year by 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, 

1936, $444.07 

Received from one-third sale of 
lots, 1936, 63.33 

Received from income of fund, 

1936, 13.16 

$520.56 



Credited city of Concord, gen- 




eral account, 


13.16 


Amount of capital, January 1, 




1937, 


507.40 



$520.56 
Deposited in Merrimack County 

Savings Bank, 507.40 



TRUST FUNDS 139 

CEMETERY FUND FOR THE PURPOSE OF IMPROVING AND 

ORNAMENTING CEMETERY GROUNDS 
Created under resolution of Board of Aldermen, March 9, 1925. 

Amount of capital, January 1, 

1936, $1,923.53 

Received from one-third sale of 
lots, 1936, 709.16 

Income received, 1936, 65.44 

$2,698.13 

Paid Carl H. Foster, City Treasurer, 606.96 

Capital January 1, 1937, 2,091.17 

$2,698.13 

Deposited in Merrimack County 

Savings Bank, 2,091.17 

BLOSSOM HILL CEMETERY SECTION I, ANNEX 

Income to be used for care of inexpensive single graves and common 
ground. 

Capital, January 1, 1936, $288.00 

Received during 1936, 160.00 

$448.00 

Capital, January 1, 1937, 448.00 

Balance, income, January 1, 1936, 6.41 

Income received 1936, 10.58 

$16.99 



Income on hand, January 1, 1937, 16.99 

Capital and Income deposited in 

Union Trust Company, 464.99 

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, 1936, $6.16 

Income received, 1936, 9.18 

15.34 



140 CITY OF CONCORD 

Paid Carl H. Foster, City Treas- 
urer, 12.00 
Income on hand, January 1, 1937, 3.34 



$15.34 



Capital and income deposited in 

Union Trust Company, 303.34 

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 defacement. 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, 1936, $43.14 

Income received, 1936, 31.29 

74.43 



Paid Carl H. Foster, City Treas- 
urer, 45.00 
Balance on hand, January 1, 1937, 29.43 

$74.43 

Capital and income deposited in 
New Hampshire Savings Bank, 1,029.43 

MINOT ENCLOSURE CEMETERY TRUST 

Donated to the city by Abbie P. Minot, the income to be expended an 
nually 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, 1936, $90.00 

Paid H. H. Dudley, Treasurer, 90.00 

Deposited in New Hampshire Savings Bank 3,000.00 



TRUST FUNDS 141 

JONATHAN EASTMAN PECKER CEMETERY TRUST 

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

Capital, $10,000.00 

Balance, income, January 1, 1936, $300.84 
Income received, 1936, 309.45 

610.29 



Paid Carl H. Foster, City Treas- 
urer, 340.00 
Balance on hand, January 1, 1937, 270.29 



610.29 



Capital and income deposited in 

Loan & Trust Savings Bank, 2,177.57 

Merrimack County Savings Bank, 4,396.36 
New Hampshire Savings Bank, 3,696.36 10,270.29 

CHARLOTTE B. DAY FLOWER TRUST 

Income to be expended for flowers on Lot 152, Block S Blossom Hill 

Cemetery. 

Capital, $200.00 

Income received, 1936, 2.00 

Capital and income deposited in 

Loan & Trust Savings Bank, 202.00 

IDA B. FOSGATE FLOWER TRUST 

Incom9 to be expended for flowers on Lot No. 39 Block S, Blossom Hill 

Cemetery. 

Capital, $100.00 

Balance, income, January 1, 1936, $1.81 

Income received, 1936, 3.03 

4.84 



Paid Carl H. Foster, City Treas- 
urer, 4.50 
Income on hand, January 1, 1937, .34 



4.84 

Capital and income deposited in 

Union Trust Company, 100.34 



142 CITY OF CONCORD 

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, 1936, $.47 

Income received, 1936, 3.00 

3.47 



Paid Carl H. Foster, City Treas- 
urer, 3.00 
Income on hand, January 1, 1937, .47 

3.47 

Capital and income deposited in 

Union Trust Company, 100.47 

MATILDA B. HIGGINS FLOWER TRUST 

Income to be expended for flowers on Anna Johnson Lot, Block N, 
Blossom Hill Cemetery. 

Capital, $25.00 

Income received, 1936, $.43 

Capital and income deposited in 

Union Trust Company, 25.43 

MARGARET A. HOWE FLOWER TRUST 

Income to be expended for flowers on Lot No. 75 Block CC, Blossom 
Hill Cemetery. 

Capital, $200.00 

Balance, income, January 1, 1936, $5.37 

Income received, 1936, 6.15 

11.52 

Paid Carl H. Foster, City Treas- 
urer, 8.00 

Income on hand, January 1, 1937, 3.52 

11.52 

Capital and income deposited in 

Union Trust Company, 203.52 



TRUST FUNDS 143 

LOUIS B. LANDON FLOWER TRUST 

Income to be expended for flowers on Lot 13, The Lawn, Blossom Hill 
Cemetery. 

Capital, $500.00 

Income received, 1936, $1.25 

Capital and income deposited in 

Merrimack County Savings Bank, 501.25 



CORNELIA S. PARMENTER FLOWER TRUST 

Income to be expended for flowers on Lot No. 291, Old Part Woodlawn 
Cemetery. 

Capital, $50.00 

Balance, income, January 1, 1936, $.19 

Income received, 1936, 1.50 

: 1.69 



Paid Carl H. Foster, City Treas- 
urer, 1.50 
Income on hand, January 1, 1937, .19 



1.69 

Capital and income deposited in 

Union Trust Company, 50.19 



LILLIAN CARPENTER STREETER FLOWER TRUST 

Income to be expended for flowers and shrubs on Lot Nos. 3 and 4 
Block U, Blossom Hill Cemetery. 

Capital, $100.00 

Balance, income, January 1, 1936, $.75 

Income received, 1936, 3.00 

3.75 

Paid Carl H. Foster, City Treas- 
urer, 3.00 

Income on hand, January 1, 1937, .75 

3.75 

Capital and income deposited in 

Union Trust Company, 100.75 



144 CITY OF CONCORD 

MARTHA J. THEOBALD FLOWER TRUST 

Income to be expended for flowers on Lot 1, Block AA, Blossom Hill 
Cemetery. 

Capital, $200.00 

Income received, 1936, $2.50 

Capital and income deposited in 

Loan & Trust Savings Bank, 202.50 

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 erect- 
ing a new monument on his lot in Blossom Hill Cemetery. 

Accumulations to January 1, 1936, $1,211.53 
From Seth K. Jones trust, 6.00 

Income received, 1936, 36.22 

$1,253.75 

Deposited in Loan & Trust Savings Bank, 1,253.75 

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

Capital, $200.00 

Balance, income, January 1, 1936, $396.71 
Income received, 1936, 17.88 

414.59 



Paid Rev. A. A. Sylvestre, Treasurer, 25.00 
Income on hand January 1, 1937, 389.59 



414.59 

Capital deposited in New Hamp- 
shire Savings Bank, 200.00 
Income deposited in Union Trust Company, 389.59 

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

Capital, $1,511.25 

Income received, 1936, $45.33 

Paid Carl H. Foster, City Treas- 

surer, 45.33 

Deposited in Merrimack County 

Savings Bank, 1,511.25 



TRUST FUNDS 145 

COUNTESS OF BUMFORD 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, 1936, $60.00 

Paid Martha J. Nelson, 

Treasurer of the Society, 60.00 

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

Deposited in Union Trust Com- 
pany, 1,000.00 

ABIAL WALKER TRUST 
For the benefit of the School Fund. 

Capital, $1,000.00 

Income received, 1936, 30.00 

Paid Carl H. Foster, City Treas- 
urer, 30.00 

Deposited in Merrimack County 

Savings Bank, 1,000.00 

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 edu- 
cational subjects. 

Capital, 1,000.00 

Income received, 1936, 32.50 

Paid Carl H. Foster, City Treas- 
urer, 32.50 

Invested in Treasury 4^4 -3*4 
1943-45 bonds 

COGSWELL COLLECTION OF THE PUBLIC LIBRARY 

Request of P. B. Cogswell, the income to be spent, annually for the pur- 
chase 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, 1936, 64.41 

Paid Carl H. Foster, City Treas- 
urer, 64.41 



146 CITY OF CONCORD 

Deposited in Loan and Trust Sav- 
ings Bank, 145.00 

Deposited in New Hampshire Sav- 
ings Bank, 500.00 

Deposited in Union Trust Com- 
pany, 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 January 1, 1936, 


$1,524.14 




Premium on sale of stocks, 


1,695.57 




Capital January 1, 1937, 




$3,219.71 


Income received, 1936, 


163.94 




Paid Carl H. Foster, City Treas- 






urer, 


163.94 




Deposited Merrimack County 






Savings Bank, 




3,017.07 


Deposited in Union Trust Com- 






pany, 




202.64 



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

Capital, January 1, 1937, $35,040.90 

Income received, 1936, $1,045.62 

Paid Carl H. Foster, City Treas- 
urer, 1,045.62 

Invested in $3,000 Treas. 4 l A% 

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 Sav- 
ings Bank, 4,631.61 

Deposited in Merrimack County 

Savings Bank, 7,052.50 



TRUST FUNDS 147 

Deposited in New Hampshire 

Savings Bank, 11,711.46 

Deposited in Union Trust Com- 
pany, 7,164.70 

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

Capital, $3,312.60 

Income received, 1936, $99.96 

Paid Carl H. Foster, City Treas- 
urer, 99.96 

Deposited in Loan & Trust Sav- 
ings Bank, 1,312.60 

Deposited in Merrimack County 

Savings Bank, 1,000.00 

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

BENJAMIN A. KIMBALL PUBLIC LIBRARY TRUST 

Income received, 1936, $2,750.00 

Paid Carl H. Foster, City Treas- 
urer, 2,750.00 

HENRY A. KIMBALL PUBLIC LIBRRARY TRUST 

Income received, 1936, $550.00 

Paid Carl H. Foster, City Treas- 
urer, 550.00 

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 
dollars each year to be deposited in some savings institution to create a 
monument fund; and the balance of the income to be expended each year 
in purchasing books for the Concord Public Library. 

Capital, January 1, 1936, $1,077.40 

Income received, 1936, 32.34 

Transferred to Seth K. Jones 

Monument Fund, $6.00 



148 CITY OF CONCORD 

Paid Carl H. Foster, City Treas- 



urer, 


14.34 




Paid for care of lot, 


12.00 








32.34 


Deposited in Loan & Trust Sav- 






ings Bank, 




77.40 


Deposited in Union Trust Com- 






pany, 




1,000.00 


G. PARKER LYON PUBLIC LIBRARY TRUST 




Capital, 




$1,000.00 


Income received, 1936, 


$30.00 




Paid Carl H. Foster, City Treas- 






urer, 


30.00 




Deposited in Union Trust Com- 






pany, 




1,000.00 


FRANKLIN PIERCE PUBLIC 


LIBRARY TRUST 


Capital, 




$1,000.00 


Income received, 1936, 


$30.00 




Paid Carl H. Foster, City Treas- 






urer, 


30.00 




Deposited in New Hampshire Sav- 






ings Bank, 




500.00 


Deposited in Union Trust Com- 






pany, 




500.00 



THOMAS G. VALPEY PUBLIC LIBRARY TRUST 

Capital, $500.00 

Income received, 1936, $15.00 

Paid Carl H. Foster, City Treas- 
urer, 15.00 

Deposited in Union Trust Com- 
pany, 500.00 



TRUST FUNDS 149 

HORACE B. BARTLETT PUBLIC LIBRARY BUILDING FUND 
Principal and income to be used for Concord Public Library Building 
purposes. 



Capital, January 1, 1936, 




$10,912.89 


Balance, income, January 1, 1936, 


5,693.69 




Income, 1936, 


501.72 




Income, January 1, 1937, 




6,195.41 


Capital and income, January 1, 






1937, 




17,108.30 


Deposited in Merrimack County 






Savings Bank, 




4,922.19 


Invested in Treasury 4*4-3}4, 






1943-45 bonds, 




978.00 


Deposited in New Hampshire Sav- 






ings Bank, 




11,208.11 


Invested in $3,000 Jackson Cons. 






Tract. Co. bonds, 




** 


CHARLES R. CORNING PUBLIC LIBRARY BUILDING FUND 


Income to be paid to Fred E. Emerton durii 


ig his lifetime 




Capital, 




15,000.00 


Income received, 1936, 


$451.68 




Paid Fred E. Emerton, 


451.68 




Deposited in Loan & Trust Sav- 






ings Bank, 




3,750.00 


Deposited in Merrimack County 






Savings Bank, 




3,750.00 


Deposited in New Hampshire Sav- 






ings Bank, 




3,750.00 


Deposited in Union Trust Com- 






pany, 




3,750.00 



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

Capital, January 1, 1936, $21,699.08 

Balance, Income, January 1, 

1936, $10,276.44 

Income received, 1936, 959.19 



150 CITY OF CONCORD 

Income on hand January 1, 1937, 11,235.63 

Capital and income, January 1, 

1937, 32,934.71 

Deposited in Loan & Trust Sav- 
ings Bank, 7,811.65 

Deposited in Merrimack County 

Savings Bank, 8,305.51 

Deposited in New Hampshire 

Savings Bank, 8,552.95 

Deposited in Union Trust Com- 
pany, 8,264.60 

BENJAMIN A. KIMBALL PUBLIC LIBRARY BUILDING FUND 

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

Capital, January 1, 1936, $9,000.00 

Balance, income, January 1, 1936, 

$3,174.22 
Income received. 1936, 365.22 



Income on hand January 1, 1937, 3,539.44 



Capital and income January 1, 

1937, 12,539.44 

Deposited in Loan & Trust Sav- 
ings Bank, 12,539.44 

HENRY A. KIMBALL PUBLIC LIBRARY BUILDING FUND 

Principal and income to be used for Concord Public Library Build- 
ing purposes. 

Capital, January 1, 1936, 1,182.47 

Balance, income, January 1, 1936, 421.78 
Iii.'cme received, 1936, 48.12 



Income on hand January 1, 1937, 469.90 



Capital and income January 1, 

1937, 1,652.37 

Deposited in Loan U Trust Sav- 
ings Bank, 1,652.37 



TRUST FUNDS 151 

ARTHUR P. MORRILL AND GEORGE A. POSTER PUBLIC LIBRARY 
BUILDING FUND 

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

Capital, January 1, 1936, 2,000.00 

Balance, income, January 1, 1936, 852.12 
Income received, 1936, 85.56 



Income on hand, January 1, 1937, 937.68 

Capital and income, January 1, 

1937, 2,937.68 

Deposited in Union Trust Com- 
pany, 2,937.68 

CONCORD PUBLIC LIBRARY MAINTENANCE FUND* 

Capital, January 1, 1936, 6,000.00 

Balance, income, January 1, 1936, 852.59 
Income received, 1936, 205.56 



Income on hand January 1, 1937, 1,058.15 

Capital and income January 1, 

1937 7,058.15 

Deposited in Union Trust Com- 
pany, 7,058.15 

EASTMAN ASSOCIATION TRUST 

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

Capital, 450.48 

Balance, income, January 1, 1936, 371.84 
Income received, 1936, 25.28 



397 12 



Paid Park Department as per 
resolution passed by Board of 
Aldermen July 13, 1936 250.00 



152 CITY OF CONCORD 

Balance income on hand, January 

1, 1937, 147.12 

397.12 
Capital and income deposited in 

Loan & Trust Savings Bank, 597.60 



SUNDRY CEMETERY TRUSTS 



Capital, January 1, 1936 

(1714 individual trusts), $191,430.73 

Total trusts received during 

1936 (70), 9,350.33 
Capital, January 1, 1937, 

(1784 individual trusts), $200,781.06 

Unexpended income of previous 

years, 5,590.22 

Interest on unexpended income 

1936, 175.00 

Income received, 1936, 5,815.36 





11,580.58 


Paid Edith M. Carter, account 




income Solon A. Carter Trust, 




to be added to principal, 


100.00 


Paid Carl H. Foster, City Trea- 




surer, 


6,629.90 


Paid Rt. Rev. Msgr. J. S. Buck- 




ley, account of Calvary ceme- 




tery, 


412.50 


Paid Rev. T. C. Laughlin, ac- 




count Calvary Cemetery, Pena- 




cook, 


9.04 


Paid Mary E. Bourne, account of 




Collins Trust, 


1.56 


Unexpended income on hand, 




January 1, 1937, 


4,427.58 



11,580.58 



Capital and income deposited in Concord Savings 
Banks, in sundry stocks and United States Bonds. 

The above includes the following trusts received during 
the year 1936. 



154 city of concord 

Blossom Hill Cemetery 

Andrew, Frederick C. and Luella I. $100.00 

Badger, Franklin L. and Adelia L. 150.00 

Barber, William and Lena M. 100.00 

Batchelder, A. Byron 89.34 

Blanchard, Dr. and Mrs. Walter I. 50.00 

Carlson, Hjalmer 25.00 

Carr, Fred A. 150.00 

Carter, Solon A. (additional), 100.00 

Chase, Fred L. and Ida G. 50.00 

Clark, Lily B. . 25.00 

Cochran, Stella A. 200.00 

Cousens, Delbert F. and Althea F. 50.00 

Cutting, Franklin A. and Blanche E. 150.00 

Davis, Mr. and Mrs. C. W. 89.34 

Davis, Oscar and Anna W. 125.00 

Day, Charlotte B. 400.00 

Dearborn, Florence 25.00 

Dearborn, Sarah F. (additional), 37.89 

Eaton, Calvin and Samuel Hill 100.00 

Fernald, Josiah E. 200.00 

Foster, Albert and Susie G. 125.00 

Hammond, Leslie A. and Lillian L., 100.00 

Higgins, Matilda B. Benson (add'l.), 25.00 

Hodsdon, Charles H. and Susie A., 100.00 

Horton, Isaiah H. and Ethel N., 150.00 

Jameson, William and May B., 50.00 

LaHar, Albert P., 25.00 

Laramie, Walter D. and Hazel G., 50.00 
Lau, Henry E. and Florence E. 

(additional), 200.00 

Lincoln, George L., 150.00 
Locke, Ann and John Eves and 

Hannah, 800.00 

McCauley, John (additional), 500.00 

Owen, Ada E., 25.00 



CEMETERY TRUSTS 




Patten, Mary D., 


125.00 


Pickering, Hazen (additional), 


100.00 


Pinkham, Mary N., 


50.00 


Poliquin, Leon A. and Kathryn, 


50.00 


Proctor, Edward M., 


100.00 


Quimby, Laura C, 


150.00 


Ramsay, Leland, 


50.00 


Rogers, Edith J. and E. Scott, 


100.00 


Smith, Mrs. Julia C, 


150.00 


Stevens, Henry W., 


200.00 


Whitcomb, Fayette W. and Sarah I., 


125.00 


White, Elwin B. and Eugenie C. 




(additional), 


50.00 


Willis, Eben M. and Lena G., 


200.00 


Willis, Edward S., 


125.00 



155 



Calvary Cemetery 



Coughlin, John P., 


$100.00 


Daley, Thomas and Margaret, 


158.76 


Holloran, Mary A., 


200.00 


Kelliher, Thomas F., 


200.00 


Mayo, Frank, 


75.00 


McBride, Katie (additional), 


100.00 



Maple Grove Cemetery 



Anderson, Otto and Anna H., 


$100.00 


Carter, George A., 


100.00 


Kuivila, John R., 


150.00 


McLeod, Jeannette, 


100.00 


Parmenter, Nellie S., 


50.00 



$6,091.57 



$833.76 



$500.00 



156 city of concord 

Pine Grove Cemetery 

Cate, Evelyn M., $200.00 

Eaton, Maude I., 100.00 

Moore, Martha, 100.00 

Proctor, Emma Streeter, 100.00 

Sargent, Sarah E. and Slayton, Ina T., 100.00 
Tebbetts, Clarence I. and Carrie H., 100.00 



Soucook Cemetery 

Mahoney, Fred P. and Mary J. $50.00 

Pigott, Carrie Moses and A. Duncan 100.00 



WOODLAWN CEMETARY 



Donaghey, George W. and Pearl B. 


100.00 


Drake, George W. and Ella C. 


50.00 


Harris, Sarah G. 


200.00 


Massie, J. Albert 


150.00 


Nolan, Miss Margaret 


75.00 


Pickard, Jennie C. 


100.00 


Prescott, Edwin B. 


50.00 


Sweatt, Althorn E. and Ralph T. 


100.00 


Schofield, George 


150.00 


Wilson, Robert and Susan R. 


100.00 



$700.00 



$150.00 



1,075.00 

Total Trusts received, 1936 $9,350.33 
Total amount of Trust Funds in custody of the Trustees 
of Trust Funds: 

Blossom Hill Cemetery Fund, $58,506.61 

Horse Hill Cemetery Fund, 13.34 

Maple Grove Cemetery Fund, 1,371.79 

Millville Cemetery Fund, 2,402.16 

Pine Grove Cemetery Fund, 567.85 



CEMETERY TRUSTS 157 

Old North Cemetery Fund, 833.00 

Soucook Cemetery Fund, 106.66 

Woodlawn Cemetery Fund, 507.40 
Cemetery Fund for the purpose of improving 

and ornamenting cemetery grounds, 2,091.17 

Blossom Hill Cemetery, Section I, annex, 448.00 

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, 10,000.00 

Charlotte B. Day, Flower Trust, 200.00 

Ida B. Fosgate, Flower Trust, 100.00 

Isaac L. Heath, Flower Trust, 100.00 

Matilda B. Higgins, Flower Trust, 25.00 

Margaret A. Howe, Flower Trust, 200.00 

Louis B. Landon, Flower Trust, 500.00 

Cornelia S. Parmenter, Flower Trust, 50.00 

Lillian Carpenter Streeter, Flower Trust, 100.00 

Martha J. Theobald, Flower Trust, 200.00 

Seth K. Jones Monument Fund, 1,253.75 

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, 3,219.71 

Samuel C. Eastman Public Library Trust, 35,040.90 

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, 17,108.30 
Charles R. Corning Public Library Building 

Fund, 15,000.00 



158 CITY OF CONCORD 

Charles R. Corning Public Library Building 

Fund, 32,934.71 

Benjamin A. Kimball Public Library Building 

Fund, 12,539.44 

Henry A. Kimball Public Library Building 

Fund, 1,652.37 

Arthur P. Morrill and George A. Foster Pub- 
lic Library Building Fund, 2,937.68 

Concord Public Library Maintenance Fund, 7,058.15 

Eastman Association Trust, 450.48 

Sundry Cemetery Trusts, 200,781.06 



$427,345.78 



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 
1936 accounted for as shown by the books of the trustees 
kept for that purpose. 

ARTHUR E. ROBY, 

City Clerk. 



BONDED INDEBTEDNESS OF THE CITY 



MUNICIPAI 








Bonds 


D'ue 


Rate 


Amount 


Central Fire Station, April 1, 


1937 


3/ 2 


$1,000 


April 1 


1938 


3/ 2 


1,000 


April 1 


1939 


3/2 


1,000 


April 1 


1940 


3/2 


1,000 


April 1 


1941 


sy 2 


1,000 


April 1 


1942 


sy 2 


1,000 


April 1 


1943 


sy 2 


1,000 


April 1 


1944 


sy 2 


1,000 


April 1 


1945 


$y 2 


1,000 


April 1 


1946 


sy 2 


1,000 


April 1 


1947 


sy 2 


1,000 


April 1 


1948 


sy 2 


1,000 


April 1 


1949 


sy 2 


1,000 


April 1 


1950 


3/ 2 


1,000 


April 1 


1951 


3/2 


1,000 


April 1 


, 1952 


3/ 


1,000 


April 1 


1953 


W 


1,000 


April 1 


, 1954 


sy 2 


1,000 


City Hall and Audito- Oct. 1 


, 1937 


4y 2 


5,000 


rium, Oct. 1 


, 1938 


Ay 2 


5,000 


Oct. 1 


, 1939 


4/ 


5,000 


Oct. 1 


, 1940 


4/ 


5,000 


Oct. 1 


, 1941 


4/ 


5,000 


Oct. 1 


, 1942 


4/ 


5,000 


Oct. 1 


, 1943 


4/ 


5,000 


Oct. 1 


, 1944 


4/ 


5,000 


Oct. 1 


, 1945 


4/ 


5,000 


Oct. 1 


, 1946 


4/ 


5,000 


Oct. 1 


, 1947 


4/ 


5,000 



160 



CITY OF CONCORD 



Bonds 




D'ue 


Rate 


Amount 


Departmental Equip- 


May 1 


, 1937 


4y 4 


4,000 


ment, 


May 1 


, 1938 


4y 4 


4,000 




May 1 


1939 


4y 4 


4,000 




May 1 


1940 


4/ 


4,000 




May 1 


, 1941 


434 


4,000 




May 1 


1942 


4/ 


4,000 




May 1 


, 1943 


434 


4,000 




May 1 


, 1944 


4y 4 


4,000 




May 1 


1945 


4y 4 


4,000 




May 1 


, 1946 


434 


4,000 


Highway, 


May 1 


; 1937 


3y 4 


5,000 




May 1 


1938 


sy 4 


5,000 




May 1 


, 1939 


m 


5,000 




May 1 


1940 


3y 4 


5,000 




May 1 


1941 


3/ 


5,000 




May 1 


, 1942 


3/ 


5,000 




May 1 


, 1943 


334 


5,000 




May 1 


, 1944 


zy 4 


5,000 




May 1 


1945 


334 


5,000 




May 1 


1946 


3% 


5,000 


Public Improvement, 


Oct. 1 


1937 


4% 


4,000 




Oct. 1 


1938 


434 


4,000 




Oct. 1 


1939 


434 


4,000 




Oct. 1 


1940 


4y 4 


4,000 




Dec. 1 


1937 


1/ 


10,000 




Dec. 1 


1938 


1/ 


10,000 




Dec. 1 


1939 


1/ 


10,000 




Dec. 1 


1940 


I/ 


10,000 




Dec. 1 


1937 




5,000 




Dec. 1 


1938 




5,000 




Dec. 1 


1939 




5,000 




Dec. 1 


1940 




5,000 




Dec. 1 


1941 




5,000 


Public Improvement and May 1, 


1937 


4 


10,500 


Refunding 


May 1 


1938 


4 


10,500 



TREASURY DEPARTMENT 



161 



Bonds 




DHie 


Rate 


Amount 


Sewer, 


April 1 


1937 


$a 


2.000 




April 1 


1938 


$A 


2,000 




April 1 


, 1939 


3/2 


2,000 




April 1 


1940 


^A 


2,000 




April 1 


1941 


3/2 


1.C00 




April 1 


1942 


^A 


1.000 




April 1 


1943 


3/2 


1,000 




April 1 


1944 


3y 2 


1,000 




April 1 


1945 


3A 


1,000 




April 1 


1946 


$A 


1,000 




April 1 


1947 


3/2 


1,000 




April 1 


1948 


^>A 


1,000 




April 1 


1949 


$A 


1,000 




April 1 


1950 


3/2 


1,000 




April 1 


1951 


3/2 


1,000 




April 1 


1952 


3/2 


1,000 




April 1 


1953 


3A 


1,000 




April 1 


1954 


$A 


1,000 




April 1 


5, 1937 


3A 


1,000 




April 1 


5, 1938 


3/2 


1,000 




April 1 


5, 1939 


3/2 


1,000 




April 1 


5, 1940 


3/ 2 


1,000 




April 1 


5, 1941 


3/2 


1,000 




April 1 


5, 1942 


3^ 


1,000 




April 1 


5, 1943 


3/2 


1,000 




April 1 


5, 1944 


3/ 2 


1,000 




April 1 


5, 1945 


3/2 


1,000 




April 1 


5, 1946 


3>4 


1,000 




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 


1941 


3 


6,000 




May 1 


1942 


3 


6,000 




May 1 


1943 


3 


6,000 



162 



CITY OF CONCORD 



Bonds 



Bonds 



Sewer, 



Bonds 



Union School District, 





D*ue 


Rate 


Amount 


May 1, 


1944 


3 


6,000 


May 1, 


1945 


3 


6,000 


May 1, 


1946 


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 






$392,000 


Precinct 










Cue 


Rate 


Amount 


May 1 


1937 


4 


$2,500 


May 1 


1938 


4 


2,500 






$5,000 


School 










D"ue 


Rate 


Amount 


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 


Oct. 1 


, 1942 


4 


2,000 


Dec. 1 


, 1937 


4% 


14,000 


Dec. 1 


, 1938 


4% 


14,000 


Dec. 1 


1939 


4% 


14,000 


Dec. 1 


, 1940 


4K 


14,000 


Dec. 1 


, 1941 


4% 


14,000 


Dec. 1 


, 1942 


434 


14,000 


Dec. 1 


, 1943 


434 


14,000 


Dec. 1 


, 1944 


4% 


14,000 


Dec. 1 


, 1945 


4y 4 


14,000 



TREASURY DEPARTMENT 



163 



Bonds 





D*up 


Rate 


Amount 


Dec. 1 


1946 


4y 4 


14,000 


Dec. 1 


1947 


4y 4 


14,000 


Dec. 1 


1948 


4K 


14,000 


Dec. 1 


1949 


4y 4 


14,000 


Dec. 1 


1950 


4y 4 


14,000 


Dec. 1 


1951 


4y 4 


14,000 


Dec. 1 


1952 


4y 4 


14,000 


Dec. 1 


1953 


4y 4 


14,000 


Dec. 1 


1954 


4y 4 


14,000 


Dec. 1 


1955 


4y 4 


14,000 


Dec. 1 


1956 


4y 4 


14,000 


Dec. 1 


1957 


4y 4 


14,000 


Dec. 1 


1958 


4y 4 


14,000 


Dec. 1 


1959 


4y 4 


14,000 


Dec. 1 


1960 


4y 4 


14,000 


Dec. 1 


1961 


4y 4 


14,000 


Dec. 1 


1962 


4y 4 


14,000 


Dec. 1 


1963 


4y 4 


14,000 


Dec. 1 


1964 


4y 4 


14,000 


Dec. 1 


1965 


4y 4 


14,000 


Sept. 1 


1937 


4y 4 


5,000 


Sept. 1 


1938 


4y 4 


5,000 


Sept. 1 


1939 


4y 4 


5,000 


Sept. 1 


1940 


4y 4 


5,000 


Sept. 1 


1941 


4y 4 


5,000 


Sept. 1 


1942 


4y 4 


5,000 


Sept. 1 


1943 


4y 4 


5,000 


Sept. 1 


1944 


4y 4 


5,000 


Sept. 1 


1945 


4y 4 


5,000 


Sept. 1 


1946 


4y 4 


5,000 


Sept. 1 


1947 


4y 4 


5,000 


Sept. 1 


1948 


4y 4 


5,000 


Sept. 1 


1937 


4y 2 


2,000 


Sept. 1 


1938 


4y 2 


2,000 


Sept. 1 


1939 


4y 2 


2,000 



164 



CITY OF CONCORD 



Bonds 





D"ue 


Rate 


Amount 


Sept. 1, 


1940 


4^ 


2,000 


Sept. 1, 


1941 


Ay 2 


2,000 


Sept. 1 


1942 


*y 2 


2,000 


Sept. 1 


1943 


Ay 


2,000 


Sept. 1 


1944 


*y 2 


2,000 


Sept. 1 


1945 


*y 


2,000 


Sept. 1 


1946 


Ay 2 


2,000 


Nov. 1 


1937 


iy A 


4,000 


Nov. 1 


1938 


2% 


4,000 


Nov. 1 


1939 


iy A 


4,000 


Nov. 1 


1940 


2^ 


4,000 


Nov. 1 


1941 


iy A 


4,000 


Nov. 1 


, 1942 


2y 


4,000 


Nov. 1 


1943 


iy A 


4,000 


Nov. 1 


, 1944 


2M 


4,000 


Nov. 1 


1945 


2J4 


4,000 


Nov. 1 


1946 


2M 


4,000 



$538,000 



Notes — Engineering 










Dept. 


Dec. 29, 


1937 


m 


4,000 


Notes — Highway Dept. 


April 21, 


1937 


3 


3,000 


Equipment, 


April 21, 


1938 


3 


3,000 




April 21, 


1939 


3 


3,000 


Notes — Sprinkler Sys- 










tem at City Hall 


Sept. 18, 


1937 


sy 


1,000 



Total bonded indebtedness of the City ex- 
clusive of Water Department, $949,000 



TREASURY DEPARTMENT 165 

STATEMENT OF COUPON ACCOUNT 

Dr. 

Due and unpaid, January 1, 1936, 



municipal, 


$155.00 




Due and unpaid, January 1, 1936, 






precinct, 


92.50 




Due and unpaid, January 1, 1936, 






Union School District, 


63.75 




Due in 1936, municipal, 


13,601.25 




Due in 1936, precinct, 


250.00 




Due in 1936, Union School Dis- 






trict, 


23,152.50 


$37,315.00 






Cr. 






Municipal, paid, 


$13,686.25 




Precinct sewer paid, 


250.00 




Union School District paid, 


23,046.25 




Municipal due and not presented, 


70.00 




Precinct due and not presented, 


92.50 




Union School District due and not 






presented, 


170.00 


$37,315.00 



166 



CITY OF CONCORD 



BONDED INDEBTEDNESS OF THE WATER 
PRECINCT 



Due 



Jan. 1 


, 1937 


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 


Oct. 1 


, 1937 


Oct. 1 


, 1938 


Oct. 1 


, 1939 


Oct. 1 


, 1940 


Oct. 1 


, 1941 


Oct. 1 


, 1942 


Oct. 1 


, 1943 



Rate 

4/ 

Ay 
Ay 
Ay 

4 l / 2 
Ay 
4/ 
4/ 

Ay 

Ay 2 
Ay 
Ay 2 

Ay 

A% 

Ay 
Ay 
Ay 
Ay 
Ay 
Ay 
Ay 
Ay 
Ay 
Ay 
Ay 
Ay 

2y 
2y 2 
2y 2 

2/ 
iy 

2/ 



Amount 

$18,000 
4,000 
4,000 
4,000 
4,000 
4,000 
4,000 
4,000 
4,000 
4,000 
4,000 
4,000 
9,000 
9,000 
9,000 
9,000 
9,000 
9,000 
9,000 
9,000 
9,000 
9,000 
9,000 
9,000 
9,000 
9,000 
4,000 
4,000 
4,000 
4,000 
4,000 
4,000 
4,000 



TREASURY DEPARTMENT 



167 



Due 



Rate 



Oct. 1 


, 1944 


2/ 2 


Oct. 1 


, 1945 


2/ 2 


Oct. 1 


, 1946 


2/2 


Oct. 1 


, 1947 


iy 2 


Oct. 1 


, 1948 


2 l A 



Amount 

4,000 
4,000 
4,000 
4,000 
4,000 



$236,000 



168 CITY OF CONCORD 

STATEMENT OF COUPON ACCOUNT OF THE 
WATER PRECINCT 

Dr. 

To coupons overdue January 1, 

1936, and not presented, $146.00 

To coupon due 1936, 9,930.00 

$10,076.00 

Cr. 

By coupons paid, 1936, $9,908.75 

By coupons due and not presented 167.25 

$10,076.00 



CITY TREASURER'S CONDENSED STATEMENT 
OF WATER WORKS ACCOUNT 

Carl H. Foster, City Treasurer 

RECEIPTS 

Balance on hand Jan. 1, 1936, $39,290.27 
Receipts, P. R. Sanders, Supt., 107,805.46 

$147,095.73 

EXPENDITURES 

Orders paid, $72,094.92 

Bonds paid, 22,000.00 

Interest on bonds, 9,908.75 

Balance on hand Jan. 1, 1937, 43,092.06 

$147,095.73 



TREASURY DEPARTMENT 169 

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, 1936, $16,535.66 

Robert O. Blood, Chairman, Rollins Me- 
morial Fund, 30.00 
Travis P. Burroughs, M. D., Sanitary 

Officer, milk licenses, 332.00 

Commissioner of Public Works, roads 

and bridges, 18,370.99 

Commissioner of Public Works, sewers, 3,234.18 

Commissioner of Public Works, garbage, 7.78 

Commissioner of Public Works, Engi- 
neering Department, 627.50 
Commissioner of Public Works, Board of 

Examiners of Plumbers, 18.00 

Walt Constantine, Librarian, library fines, 883.57 

Marion Holt, Librarian, library fines, 101.24 

William T. Happny, Chief, rents, 604.00 

William T. Happny, Chief, assistance, 

fires, 233.75 

William T. Happny, Chief, merchan- 
dise sold, 54.19 
William T. Happny, Chief, refunds, 58.50 
V. I. Moore, Chief, dance licenses, 95.50 
V. I. Moore, Chief, officers' fees, 40.45 
V. I. Moore, Chief, sale of motorcycle, 55.00 
V. I. Moore, Chief, telephone, 5.51 
V. I. Moore, Chief, Comfort Stations, 94.46 
Amos B. Morrison, Collector, amounts 
which have been received from rents 
and sale of property which has been 
deed to City, 2,559.30 



170 CITY OF CONCORD 

Amos B. Morrison, Collector, reimburse- 
ment for 1928 taxes paid by city, 19.75 

Amos B. Morrison, Collector, 1930 re- 
demptions, .25 

Amos B. Morrison, Collector, 1930 taxes, 75.40 

Amos B. Morrison, Collector, 1931 re- 
demptions, 694.03 

Amos B. Morrison, Collecter, 1931 taxes, 270.72 

Amos B. Morrison, Collecter, reimburse- 
ment for 1932 taxes paid by city, 581.26 

Amos B. Morrison, Collector, 1932 re- 
demptions, 1,927.27 

Amos B. Morrison, Collecter, 1932 taxes, 120.78 

Amos B. Morrison, Collecter, reimburse- 
ment for 1933 taxes paid by city, 2,587.51 

Amos B. Morrison, Collector, 1933 re- 
demptions, 4,290.07 

Amos B. Morrison, Collecter, 1933 taxes, 121.02 

Amos B. Morrison, Collecter, reimburse- 
ment for 1934 taxes paid by city, 6,273.75 

Amos B. Morrison, Collector, 1934 re- 
demptions, 12,817.07 

Amos B. Morrison, Collector, 1934 taxes, 930.20 

Amos B. Morrison, Collector, 1935 re- 
demptions, 9,892.03 

Amos B. Morrison, Collector, 1935 taxes, 271,764.74 

Amos B. Morrison, Collector, 1936 taxes, 968,492.66 

Notes, City of Concord, 700,000.00 

Recreation Committee, Memorial Ath- 
letic Field, 148.11 

Recreation Committee, Municipal Golf 

Course, 3,244.35 

A. E. Roby, City Clerk, fees, 2,381.15 

A. E. Roby, City Clerk, Theatre licenses, 894.00 

A. E. Roby, City Clerk, Taxi and job 

team licenses, 405.00 



TREASURY DEPARTMENT 171 

A. E. Roby, City Clerk, Dog licenses, 3,483.24 

A. E. Roby, City Clerk, Rent, Audito- 
rium, 1,399.00 

A. E. Roby, City Clerk, Rent, Battery 

Station, 770.00 

A. E. Roby, City Clerk, Photostat Income, 123.70 

A. E. Roby, City Clerk, County of Mer- 
rimack, refund, 125,973.45 

A. E. Roby, City Clerk, State of New 

Hampshire 50% relief, 18,397.67 

A. E. Roby, City Clerk, Comfort Station, 108.81 

A. E. Roby, City Clerk, Sale of histories, 12.00 

A. E. Roby, City Clerk, Junk licenses, 40.00 

A. E. Roby, City Clerk, Bowling alley 

and pool licenses, 343.00 

A. E. Roby, City Clerk, Circus licenses, 75.00 

A. E. Roby, City Clerk, Work projects, 

refund, 1.56 

A. E. Roby, City Clerk, Town of Bos- 

cawen, refund, 50.00 

A. E. Roby, City Clerk, Town of Tilton, 

refund, 39.00 

A. E. Roby, City Clerk, Town of Tam- 

worth, refund, 2.00 

A. E. Roby, City Clerk, Town of Warner, 

refund, 7.00 

A. E. Roby, City Clerk, Town of Dun- 
barton, refund, 42.31 

A. E. Roby, City Clerk, Town of Fitz- 

william, refund, 193.73 

A. E. Roby, City Clerk, Town of Le- 
banon, refund, 10.00 

A. E. Roby, City Clerk, Town of Alton, 

refund, 5.00 

A. E. Roby, City Clerk, Town of Pem- 
broke, refund, 34.25 



172 CITY OF CONCORD 

A. E. Roby, City Clerk, City of Franklin, 

lin, refund, 109.38 

A. E. Roby, City Clerk, City of Ports- 
mouth, refund, 28.00 

A. E. Roby, City Clerk, County of Graf- 
ton, refund, 702.09 

A. E. Roby, City Clerk, County of Sulli- 
van, refund, 79.50 

A. E. Roby, City Clerk, County of Bel- 
knap, refund, 443.05 

A. E. Roby, City Clerk, County of Hills- 

boro, refund, 226.95 

A. E. Roby, City Clerk, County of Rock- 
ingham, refund, 12.50 

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

Eastman, 35.00 

A. E. Roby, City Clerk, W. P. A. refund, 173.89 I 

A. E. Roby, City Clerk, Armistice Day, 

refund, .90 

A. E. Roby, City Clerk, Playgrounds, re- 
fund, 22.50 

A. E. Roby, City Clerk, .Thomas Moran, 

refund, 100.00 

A. E. Roby, City Clerk, City Relief case, 110.00 

A. E. Roby, City Clerk, Incidentals, re- 
fund, 2.44 

A. E. Roby, City Clerk, Sale ordinance, .50 

A. E. Roby, City Clerk, dog licenses, 6.00 

A. E. Roby, City Clerk, Rent, basement, 

City Hall, 25.00 

A. E. Roby, City Clerk, Refund, rents, 68.00 

A. E. Roby, City Clerk, George Osgood, 

refund, 9.00 

A. E. Roby, City Clerk, Recording pole 

positions, 1.60 



TREASURY DEPARTMENT 173 

A. E. Roby, City Clerk, Chandler School, 

refund, insurance, 59.52 

A. E. Roby, City Clerk, Public Service, 

right of way, 100.00 

A. E. Roby, City Clerk, Filing fees, 

state primary, 106.00 

A. E. Roby, City Clerk, Miscellaneous, 7.00 

A. E. Roby, City Clerk, Motor Vehicle 

Permits, 1936, 26,877.05 

A. E. Roby, City Clerk, Motor Vehicle 

Permits, 1937, 5,201.81 

Carl S. Sargent, Superintendent Park 

Department, 324.00 

Carl S. Sargent, Superintendent Park 
Department, From Eastman Associa- 
tion Trust, 250.00 

J. W. Stanley, Clerk Municipal Court 

fees, 2,898.60 

State of New Hampshire, insurance tax, 5,653.36' 

State of New Hampshire, railroad tax, 34,365.09 

State of New Hampshire, savings bank 

tax, 47,255.42 

State of New Hampshire, Building and 

Loan Association, tax, 100.50 

State of New Hampshire, tax on interest 

and dividends, 37,554.67 «, \/ 

Transferred from Blossom Hill Ceme- 
tery Fund, 4,511.22 

Transferred from Horse Hill Cemetery 

Fund, 4.00 

Transferred from Maple Grove Ceme- 
tery Fund, 459.25 

Transferred from Millville Cemetery 

Fund, 58.00 

Transferred from Old North Cemetery 

Fund, 248.85 



174 CITY OF CONCORD 

Transferred from Pine Grove Cemetery 

Fund, 286.58 

Transferred from Soucook Cemetery 

Fund, 20.00 

Transferred from Woodlawn Cemetery 

Fund, 1,100.34 

Income sundry trust funds to reimburse 

city for money advanced for care of 

lots in Blossom Hill Cemetery, 4,756.77 

Income sundry trust funds to reimburse 

city for money advanced for care of 

lots in Horse Hill Cemetery, 15.93 

Income sundry trust funds to reimburse 

city for money advanced for care of 

lots in Maple Grove Cemetery, 234.10 

Income sundry trust funds to reimburse 

city for money advanced for care of 

lots in Millville Cemetery, 123.80 

Income sundry trust funds to reimburse 

city for money advanced for care of 

lots in Old Fort Cemetery, 15.32 

Income sundry trust funds to reimburse 

city for money advanced for care of 

lots in Old North Cemetery, 434.74 

Income sundry trust funds to reimburse 

city for money advanced for care of 

lots in Pine Grove Cemetery, 626.91 

Income sundry trust funds to reimburse 

city for money advanced for care of 

lots in Soucook Cemetery, 21.07 

Income sundry trust funds to reimburse 
city for money advanced for care of 
lots in Woodlawn Cemetery, 830.26 

Income permanent fund, Blossom Hill 

Cemetery, 1,741.53 



TREASURY DEPARTMENT 175 

Income permanent fund, Horse Hill 

Cemetery, .39 

Income permanent fund, Maple Grove 

Cemetery, 40.20 

Income permanent fund, Millville Cem- 
etery, 72.43 

Income permanent fund, Old North 

Cemetery, 24.99 

Income permanent fund, Pine Grove 

Cemetery, 16.02 

Income permanent fund, Soucook Cem- 
etery, 3.07 

Income permanent fund, Woodlawn 

Cemetery, 13.16 

Income William M. Chase, Public Li- 
brary trust, 32.50 

Income P. B. Cogswell, Public Library 

trust, 64.41 

Income Samuel C. Eastman, Public Li- 
brary trust, 163.94 

Income Samuel C. Eastman, Public Li- 
brary trust, 1,045.62 

Income Joseph Hazeltine, Public Li- 
brary trust, 99.96 

Income Seth K. Jones, Public Library 

trust, 14.34 

Income Benjamin A. Kimball, Public Li- 
brary trust, 2,750.00 

Income Henry A. Kimball, Public Li- 
brary trust, 550.00 

Income G. Parker Lyon, Public Li- 
brary trust, 30.00 

Income Franklin Pierce, Public Li- 
brary trust, 30.00 

Income K. P., and Douglas Rollins trust, 45.33 



176 CITY OF CONCORD 

Income Thomas G. Valpey, Public Li- 
brary trust, 15.00 

Income Abial Walker, trust fund for 

schools, 30.00 

Accrued interest on bonds sold, 9.72 

Interest on time deposit, 95.00 

Transferred to general account from 
Cemetery Trust Fund, established for 
the purpose of improving and orna- 
menting cemetery grounds, 606.96 





$2,367,134.45 


Cr. 

By Aid to Dependent Soldiers, City, 


13,291.57 


Aid to Dependent Soldiers, County, 


7,645.99 


Armistice Day, 


100.00 


Assessors, 


10,699.55 


Band Concerts, 


799.99 


Board of Health, 


7,114.74 


Bonds, Central Fire Station, 


1,000.00 


Bonds, City Hall and Auditorium, 


5,000.00 


Bonds, Departmental Equipment, 


4,000.00 


Bonds, Highway, 


5,000.00 


Bonds, public improvement, 


14,000.00 


Bonds, public improvements and 


re- 


funding, 


10,500.00 


Bonds, Sewer, 


9,000.00 


Care of clocks, 


110.00 


Cemeteries, 


32,917.89 


City Clerk, 


7,510.80 


City Hall and Auditorium, 


6,784.41 D 


City Physician, 


1,200.00 


City Poor, 


67,819.83 


City Solicitor, 


1,010.00 


City Treasurer, 


2,160.86 


Comfort Station, 


1,181.56 



TREASURY DEPARTMENT 



177 



Concord District Nursing Association, 350.00 

Concord Family Welfare Association, 350.00 

County Poor, 129,580.96 

Dog Licenses, 501.02 

Elections, 4,461.05 

Engineering Department, 314^454.41 

Fire Department, 63,571.37 

Fourth of July, 200.00 

Charles F. Goodhue, Collector, 108.67 

Incidentals and Land Damage, 1,801.18 

Interest on coupons, 13,686.25 

Interest on temporary loans, 1,775.24 
Interest on Engineering Department 

notes, 270.00 
Interest on Highway Department equip- 
ment notes, 315.00 
Interest on Sprinkler System at City 

Hall notes, 70.00 

Japanese Beetle Control, 479.44 

Margaret Pillsbury Hospital, 4,500.00 

Mayor, 3,049.69 

Memorial Day, 349.33 

Merrimack County Tax, 141,493.02 

New Hampshire Memorial Hospital, 2,500.00 

Notes, City of Concord, 700,000.00 

Note, Engineering Department, 4,000.00 

Note, Highway Department, equipment, 3,000.00 

Note, Sprinkler System at City Hall, 1,000.00 

Old Age Assistance, 12,522.08 

Parks, 7,841.12 

Penacook District Nursing Association, 200.00 

Playgrounds and baths, 6,167.25 

Police Court, 2,900.00 

Police and Watch, 55,290.71 

Precinct, interest on sewer bonds, 250.00 

Precinct, sewer bonds, 2,500.00 

Printing and Stationery, 2,603.94 



178 CITY OF CONCORD 

Public Library, 14,641.66 

Recreation Commission, 5,498.24 

Repairs, Buildings, 520.15 

Salaries, Board of Aldermen, 1,915.00 

State Tax, 107,120.00 

Tax Collector, 6,657.94 

1935 real estate sold for unpaid taxes, 46,526.51 

Union School District, 368,248.18 

Union School District bonds, 27,000.00 

Union School District interest, 23,046.25 

Weights and Measures, 961.58 

Work relief projects, 2,413.26 

Y. M. C. A. Land Purchase, 1,500.00 

Zoning Survey, 151.97 
Balance on hand December 31, 1936, 
(outstanding and unpaid notes issued 
in anticipation of taxes for $100,000 

due January 22, 1937,) 69,944.79 



$2,367,134.45 



CITY TREASURER'S CONDENSED STATEMENT 
BOND ACCOUNTS 



Carl H. Foster, City Treasurer 

Engineering Department Epuipment Account 

receipts 

Balance on hand, January 1, 

1936, $45.40 

$45.40 

EXPENDITURES 

Orders paid, $45.40 

$45.40 



treasury department 179 

Highway Bond Account 
receipts 

Balance on hand, January 1, 

1936, $2,356.04 

$2,356.04 

expenditures 

Orders paid, 2,186.75 

Balance on hand, January 1, 

1937, 169.29 

$2,356.04 

Highway Department Equipment Account 
receipts 
Balance on hand, January 1, 



1936, 


$12.14 


$12.14 








EXPENDITURES 




ders paid, 


$12.14 


$1? 14 



Memorial Athletic Field Bond Account 

receipts 

Balance on hand, January 1, 

1936, $27.15 

$27.15 

EXPENDITURES 

Orders paid, * * * 

Balance on hand, January 1, 

1937 $27.15 

$27.15 



180 city of concord 

Public Improvement Bond Account No. 1 

receipts 
Balance on hand, January 1, 

1936, $49,825.15 

$49,825.15 

EXPENDITURES 

Orders paid, $40,488.55 

Balance on hand, January 1, 

1937, 9,336.60 

$49,825.15 

Public Improvement Bond Account No. 2 

receipts 
$25,000 — \ c /o bonds, dated 

December 1, 1936, $25,000.00 

Premium 94.75 

$25,094.75 

EXPENDITURES 

Orders paid, 7,924.73 

Balance on hand, January 1, 

1937, 17,170.02 

$25,094.75 

Sewer Bond Account 

receipts 
Balance on hand, January 1, 

1936, $138.19 

$138.19 

EXPENDITURES 

Orders paid, * * * 

Balance on hand, January 1, 

1937, $138.19 

$138.19 



treasury department 181 

Eastman School Bond Account 
receipts 



Balance on hand, January 1, 

1936, $34,000.00 



EXPENDITURES 

Orders paid, $34,000.00 



$34,000.00 



$34,000.00 



Water Works Construction Bond Account 
receipts 

Balance on hand, January 1, 

1936, $19,255.99 

Federal Grants, 32,025.00 

Transferred from Water De- 
partment, 6,166.60 



$57,447.59 



EXPENDITURES 



Orders paid, $56,034.98 

Balance on hand, January 1, 

1937, 1,412.61 



$57,447.59 

I hereby certify that I have examined the foregoing 
accounts of Carl H. Foster, City Treasurer, for the year 
1936, and find all items of receipts and expenditures 
therein properly recorded and authenticated by appro- 
priate vouchers, and the several items correctly cast, and 
the cash balance to be $69,944.79 (sixty-nine thousand 
nine hundred forty-four dollars and seventy-nine cents), 
with notes outstanding and unpaid for $100,000.00 (one 
hundred thousand dollars) due January 22, 1937; High- 
way Bond Account, $169.29, (one hundred sixty-nine 
dollars and twenty-nine cents); Memorial Athletic Feld 



182 CITY OF CONCORD 

Bond Account, $27.15, (twenty-seven dollars and fifteen 
cents); Public Improvement Bond Account No. 1, 
$9,336.60, (nine thousand three hundred thirty-six dol- 
lars and sixty cents) ; Public Improvement Bond Account 
No. 2, $17,170.02, (seventeen thousand one hundred 
seventy dollars and two cents) ; Sewer Bond Account 
$138.19, (one hundred thirty-eight dollars and nineteen 
cents) ; Water Works Construction Bond Account, 
$1,412.61, (one thousand four hundred twelve dollars and 
sixty-one cents), and City Water Department, $43,092.06, 
(forty-three thousand ninety-two dollars and six cents). 

ARTHUR E. ROBY, 

City Clerk. 



TREASURY DEPARTMENT 



183 



MATURITIES OF SECURITIES OF THE CITY OF 
CONCORD 



Jan. 1 


. 19.37. $18,000 


Water, 


4/ 


April 1 


1,000 


Central Fire Station, 


3/ 


April 1 


2,000 


Sewer, 


3/ 


April 15 


1,000 


Walker Street Sewer, 


3/2 


April 21 


3.000 


Highway Dept. Equipment, 


3 


May 1 


4,000 


Departmental Equipment 


4!4 


May 1 


10,500 


Public improvement and 








refunding, 


4 


May 1 


2,500 


Sewer, 


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, 


4^4 


Sept. 1 


2,000 


Union School, 


4>A 


Sept. 18 


LOW 


City Hall sprinkler, 


3K 


Oct. 1 


5,000 


City Hall & Auditorium, 


4/ 


Oct 1 


4,000 


Public Improvement, 


4V4 


Oct. 1 


2,000 


Union School, 


4 


Oct. 1 


4,000 


Water, 


2y 2 


Nov. 1 


4,000 


Eastman School, 


*A 


Dec. 1 


10,000 


Public Improvement, 


i/ 2 


Dec. 1 


5,000 


Public Improvement, 


i 


Dec. 1 


14,000 


Union School, 


4^ 


Dec. 29 


4,000 


Engineering Dept 








Equipment, No. 2 
Water, 


33/ 8 


Feb. 


I, 1938 $9,000 


4% 


April 1 


1,000 


Central Fire Station, 


3Ka 


April 1 


2,000 


Sewer, 


3/ 2 


April 15 


1,000 


Walker St. Sewer, 


3/ 


April 21 


3,000 


Highway Dept. Equipment, 


3 


May 1 


4,000 


Departmental Equipment, 


A% 


May 1 


10,500 


Public improvement and 








refunding, 


4 


May 1 


2,500 


Sewer, 


4 


May 1 


5,000 


Highway, 


2>% 


May 1 


6,000 


Sewer, 


3 


July 1 


4,000 


Water, 


4/ 2 


Sept. 1 


5,000 


Union School, 


Wa 


Sept. 1 


2,000 


Union School, 


4^ 



$117,000 



184 



CITY OF CONCORD 



Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Nov. 
Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec. 



5,000 City Hall and Auditorium, 4% 

4,000 Public improvement, 4j4 

2,000 Union School, 4 

4,000 Water, 2]/ 2 

4,000 Eastman School, 2*4 

14,000 Union School, 4 l / A 

10,000 Public improvement, \y 2 

5 000 Public improvement, 1 



Feb. 


1, 1939, $9,000 


Water, 


4y 4 


April 


1, 


1,000 


Central Fire Station, 


3/2 


April 


1, 


2,000 


Sewer, 


3/ 2 


April 


15, 


1,000 


Walker Street Sewer, 


3^ 


April 


21, 


3,000 


Highway Dept. Equipment, 


3 


May 


1, 


4,000 


Departmental Equipment, 


4% 


May 


1, 


5,000 


Highway, 


?>A 


May 
July 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Oct. 


1, 
1, 
1, 

1, 
1, 


6,000 
4,000 
5,000 
2,000 
5,000 


Sewer, 

Water, 

Union School, 

Union School, 

City Hall and Auditorium, 


3 

4/2 
4Va 
4^ 
4H 


Oct. 


1, 


4,000 


Public improvement, 


4% 


Oct. 


1, 


2,000 


Union School, 


4 


Oct. 


1, 


4,000 


Water, 


2/ 2 


Nov. 


1, 


4,000 


Eastman School, 


2% 


Dec. 


1, 


14,000 


Union School, 


4A 


Dec. 


1, 


10,000 


Public improvement, 


1/2 


Dec. 


1, 


5,000 


Public improvement, 


1 



$103,000 



$90,000 



Feb. 1, 1940 $9,000 Water, 4A 

April 1, 1,000 Central Fire Station, 3 l / 2 

April 1, 2,000 Sewer, 2,]/ 2 

April 15, 1,000 Walker Street Sewer, 2,]/ 2 

May 1, 4,000 Departmental equipment, 4% 

May 1, 5,000 Highway, 3A 

May 1, 6,000 Sewer, 3 

July 1, 4,000 Water, 4% 

Sept. 1, 5,000 Union School, 4A 

Sept. 1, 2,000 Union School, 4y 2 

Oct. 1, 5,000 City Hall and Auditorium, 4y 2 

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

Oct. 1, 2,000 Union School, 4 



TREASURY DEPARTMENT 185 

Oct. 1, 4,000 Water, 2^ 

Nov. 1, 4,000 Eastman, 2% 

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

Dec. 1, 10,000 Public improvement, \y 2 

Dec. 1, 5,000 Public improvement, 1 

$87,000 



Feb. 


1, 1941 $9,000 


Water, 


4% 


April 


1, 


1,000 


Central Fire Station, 


3/ 2 


April 


1, 


1,000 


Sewer, 


3/ 2 


April 


15, 


1,000 


Walker Street Sewer, 


3/ 2 


May 


1, 


4,000 


Departmental Equipment, 


4y 


May 


1, 


5,000 


Highway, 


3A 


May 


1, 


6,000 


Sewer, 


3 


July 


1, 


4,000 


Water, 


4y 2 


Sept. 


1, 


5,000 


Union School, 


4A 


Sept. 


1, 


2,000 


Union School, 


4/ 2 


Oct. 


1, 


5,000 


City Hall and Auditorium, 


4/ 2 


Oct. 


1, 


4,000 


Water, 


2/ 2 


Oct. 


1, 


2,000 


Union School, 


4 


Nov. 


1, 


4,000 


Eastman School, 


2A 


Dec. 


1, 


14,000 


Union School, 


4A 


Dec. 


1, 


5,000 


Public improvement, 


1 


Feb. 


1, 1942 $9,000 


Water, 


4% 


April 


1, 


1,000 


Central Fire Station, 


3/ 2 


April 


1, 


1,000 


Sewer, 


3K 2 


April 


15, 


1,000 


Walker Street Sewer, 


3/ 2 


May 


1, 


4,000 


Departmental equipment, 


4% 


May 


1, 


5,000 


Highway, 


2>A 


May 


1, 


6,000 


Sewer, 


3 


July 


1, 


4,000 


Water, 


4/ 2 


Sept. 


1, 


5,000 


Union School, 


*A 


Sept. 


1, 


2,000 


Union School, 


4y 2 


Oct. 


1, 


5,000 


City Hall and Auditorium, 


*A 


Oct. 


1, 


2,000 


Union School, 


4 


Oct. 


1, 


4,000 


Water, 


2/ 2 


Nov. 


1, 


4,000 


Eastman School, 


2A 


Dec. 


1, 


14,000 


Union School, 


4A 



$72,000 



$67,000 



Feb. 1, 1943 $9,000 Water, 4% 

April 1, 1,000 Central Fire Station, 3*A 



186 CITY OF CONCORD 



April 


1, 


1,000 Sewer, 


3/2 


April 


15, 


1,000 Walker Street Sewer, 


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, 


4/ 


Sept. 


1, 


5,000 Union School, 


4/ 


Sept. 


1, 


2,000 Union School, 


4/ 


Oct. 


1, 


5,000 City Hall and Auditorium, 


4/ 


Oct. 


1, 


4,000 Water, 


2/ 


Nov. 


1, 


4,000 Eastman School, 


2/ 


Dec. 


1, 

1, 19 


14,000 Union School, 


4/ 


Feb. 


44 $9,000 Water, 


4^4 


April 


1, 


1,000 Central Fire Station, 


3/ 


April 


1, 


1,000 Sewer, 


3/ 


April 


15, 


1,000 Walker Street Sewer, 


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, 


fy* 


Sept. 


1, 


5,000 Union School, 


4J4 


Sept. 


1, 


2,000 Union School, 


4/2 


Oct. 


1, 


5,000 City Hall and Auditorium, 


4J4 


Oct. 


1, 


4,000 Water, 


2^ 


Nov. 


1, 


4,000 Eastman School, 


2Y* 


Dec. 


1, 
1, IS 


14,000 Union School, 


4/ 


Feb. 


>45 $9,000 Water, 


4% 


April 


1, 


1,000 Central Fire Station, 


V/2 


April 


1, 


1,000 Sewer, 


3/ 


April 


15, 


1,000 Walker Street Sewer, 


3H 


May 


1, 


4,000 Departmental equipment, 


4J4 


May 


1, 


5,000 Highway, 


3% 


May 


1, 


6,000 Sewer, 


3 


July 


1, 


4,000 Water, 


4^ 


Sept. 


1, 


5,000 Union School, 


4^4 


Sept. 


1, 


2,000 Union School, 


4y 2 


Oct. 


1, 


5,000 City Hall and Auditorium, 


4y 2 


Oct. 


1, 


4,000 Water, 


2*2 


Nov. 


1, 


4,000 Eastman School, 


2% 


Dec. 


1, 


14,000 Union School, 


4% 



$65,000 



$65,000 



$65,000 



TREASURY DEPARTMENT 187 



Feb. 


1, 


1946, 


$9,000 


Water, 


4% 


April 


1, 




1,000 


Central Fire Station, 


3A 


April 


1, 




1,000 


Sewer, 


3A 


April 


15, 




1,000 


Walker Street Sewer, 


VA 


May 


1, 




4,000 


Departmental equipment, 


4% 


May 


1, 




5,000 


Highway, 


VA 


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, 


4/ 


Oct. 


1, 




5,000 


City Hall and Auditorium, 


4/2 


Oct. 


1, 




4,000 


Water, 


2/ 


Nov. 


1, 




4,000 


Eastman School, 


2/ 


Dec. 


1, 




14,000 


Union School, 


4/ 


Feb. 


1, 


1947 


$9,000 


Water, 


4/ 


April 


1, 




1,000 


Central Fire Station, 


3/ 


April 


1, 




1,000 


Sewer, 


3/2 


May 


1, 




6,000 


Sewer, 


3 


July 


1, 




4,000 


Water, 


4/ 2 


Sept. 


1, 




5,000 


Union School, 


4/ 


Oct. 


1, 




5,000 


City Hall and Auditorium, 


4/ 


Oct. 


1, 




4,000 


Water, 


2/ 


Dec. 


1, 
1, 


1948, 


14,000 


Union School, 
Water, 


4/ 


Feb. 


$9,000 


4V 4 


April 


1, 




1,000 


Central Fire Station, 


3/ 


April 


1, 




1,000 


Sewer, 


VA 


May 


1, 




6,000 


Sewer, 


3 


Sept. 


1, 




5,000 


Union School, 


VA 


Oct. 


1, 




4,000 


Water, 


2/ 


Dec. 


1, 

1, 


1949 


14,000 


Union School, 
Water, 


4/ 


Feb. 


$9,000 


4/ 


April 


1, 




1,000 


Central Fire Station, 


3/ 


April 


1, 




1,000 


Sewer, 


SA 


May 


1, 




4,000 


Sewer, 


3 


Dec. 


1, 
1, 


1950 


14,000 


Union School, 
Water, 


4/ 


Feb. 


$9,000 


4A 


April 


1, 




1,000 


Central Fire Station, 


VA 


April 


1, 




1,000 


Sewer, 


3/2 



$65,000 



$49,000 



$40,000 



$29,000 



188 CITY OF CONCORD 

May 1, 4,000 Sewer, 3 

Dec. 1, 14,000 Union School, 4 l A 



$29,000 



Feb. 1, 1951 $9,000 Water, 4% 

April 1, 1,000 Central Fire Station, 3 l / 2 

April 1, 1,000 Sewer, 3]/ 2 

May 1, 4,000 Sewer, 3 

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



April 1, 1952, $1,000 Central Fire Station, 3*/ 2 

April 1, 1,000 Sewer, 3 l / 2 

May 1, 4,000 Sewer, 3 

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



$29,000 



$20,000 



April 1, 1953 $1,000 Central Fire Station, 3 l / 2 

April 1, 1,000 Sewer, 3]/ 2 

May 1, 4,000 Sewer, 3 

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



$20,000 



April 1, 1954 $1,000 Central Fire Station, 3 l / 2 

April 1, 1,000 Sewer, 3 l / 2 

May 1, 3,000 Sewer, 3 

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

$19,000 

Dec. 1, 1955, 14,000 Union School, 4% 

$14,000 

Dec. 1, 1956, 14,000 Union School, 4^ 

$14,000 

Dec. 1, 1957, 14,000 Union School, 4% 

$14,000 

Dec. 1, 1958 14,000 Union School, 4 l 4 

$14,000 

Dec. 1, 1959 14,000 Union School, 4]A, 

$14,000 

Dec. 1, 1960 14,000 Union School, 4*4 

$14,000 

Dec. 1, 1961, 14,000 Union School, 4^ 

$14,000 



TREASURY DEPARTMENT 
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, $1,185,000 





189 


4X 


$14,000 


4% 


$14,000 


4% 


$14,000 


4>/ 4 


$14,000 



FINANCIAL STATEMENT OF THE 
CITY OF CONCORD 



For the Twelve Months Ending December 31, 1936. 



Bonds and Notes 



propriation 


Expended . Balance 


$5,000.00 


$5,000.00 


14,000.00 


14,000.00 


5,000.00 


5,000.00 


4,000.00 


4,000.00 


1,000.00 


1,000.00 


10,500.00 


10,500.00 


9,000.00 


9,000.00 


7,000.00 


7,000.00 


1,000.00 


1,000.00 


2,500.00 


2,500.00 



City Hall and Auditorium, 

Public Improvement, 

Highway, 

Departmental Equipment, 

Central Fire Station, 

Public Improvement and Re- 
fund, 

Sewers, 

Highway Notes, 

Sprinkler System Notes, City 
Hall, 

Precinct Sewer Bonds, 



Cemeteries 

Care, $14,537.00 $33,032.89 
Regrading Blocks "O" and 

"H", 2,238.00 
Income Trust Funds, 7,058.90 
Income Transferred Accounts, 6,688.24 
Income Permanent Fund, 1,911.79 
Transferred from Cemetery 
Fund, established for improv- 
ing grounds, 606.96 



$33,040.89 $33,032.89 $8.00 



FINANCIAL STATEMENT 



191 



City Hall and Auditorium 

Appropriation Expended Balance 



Salary, Messenger, 


$1,500.00 


$1,500.00 '• 


Salary, Janitor, 


1,248.00 


1,248.00 


Fuel, 


1,500.00 


1,537.15 


Lights, 


1,100.00 


1,195.25 


Insurance, 


600.00 


476.59 


Incidentals, 


900.00 


847.24 



$6,848.00 $6,804.23 



$43.77 



Mayor 



Salary, 




$2,000.00 


$2,000.00 




Incidentals, 




1,200.00 


1,054.69 




■ 


$3,200.00 


$3,054.69 


$145.31 


^^ 


City Clerk 






Salary, City Clerk, 




$2,137.50 


$2,137.50 




Salary, Clerk, Board 


of Pub- 








lie Works, 




200.00 


200.00 




Salary, Clerks, 




4,200.00 


4,176.32 




Auto Upkeep, 




400.00 


400.00 




Incidentals, 




825.00 


625.05 






$7,762.50 


$7,538.87 


$223.63 




ClTY 


Treasurer 






Salary, 




$1,300.00 


$1,300.00 v ' 




Clerk Hire, 




400.00 


400.00 




Incidentals, 




450.00 


460.86 




Resolution No. 1112, 




10.86 








$2,160.86 


$2,160.86 






City 


Solicitor 






Salary, 




$1,000.00 


$1,000.00 




Incidentals, 




50.00 


12.25 





$1,050.00 $1,012.25 $37.75 



192 



CITY OF CONCORD 



City Physicians 



Salary, Physician, 

Salary, Assistant Physician, 



Appropriation Expended Balance 

$1,000.00 $1,000.00 
200.00 200.00 



City Clock, 
Penacook Clock, 



Care City Clocks 

$85.00 
25.00 



$1,200.00 $1,200.00 



$85.00 
25.00 



$110.00 $110.00 





A< 


ssessors 




Salary, Assessors, 




$6,400.00 


$6,399.84 


Salary, Clerks, 




2,539.00 


2,641.75 


Auto Hire, 




400.00 


400.00 


Listing Polls, 




600.00 


600.00 


Incidentals, 




646.68 


667.54 


Resolution No. 1112, 




123.45 






$10,709,13 


$10,709.13 




Tax 


Collector 




Salary, Collector, 




$2,850.00 


$2,850.00 


Salary, Clerks, 




2,165.45 


2,005.55 


Postage and Printing, 




750.00 


1,206.61 


Incidentals, 




500.00 


600.11 


Resolution No. 1112, a/c 


earn- 






ings, 




396.82 






$6,662.27 


$6,662.27 




Police Court 




Salary, Judge, 




$1,800.00 


$1,800.00 


Salary, Associate Judge, 




500.00 


500.00 


Salary, Clerk, 




600.00 


600.00 



$2,900.00 $2,900.00 



FINANCIAL STATEMENT 



193 



Sealer of Weights and Measures 



Salary, 

Auto Upkeep, 

Incidentals, 



Appropriation 


Expended 


Balance 


$720.00 


$768.98 




200.00 


200.00 




100.00 


42.60 





$1,020.00 $1,011.58 



5.42 



Elections 



Salary, Officeis, 
Incidentals, 
Resolution No. 1112, 



$3,088.00 $2,800.00 
1,000.00 1,667.05 
379.05 



$4,467.05 $4,467.05 



Fire Department 



Salary, Chief, 




$2,470.00 


$2,469.84 




Salaries, 




35,660.00 


36,331.84 


Salaries, Semi-Annual, 




10,480.00 


10,312.22 




Fuel, 




2,000.00 


2,057.84 




Lights, 




1,100.00 


755.96 




Upkeep Equipment, 




2,200.00 


2,436.02 




Laundry, 




85.00 


83.49 




Fire Inspection, 




1,000.00 


860.48 




Fire Alarm, 




2,500.00 


2,397.73 




Hose, 




1,000.00 


1,036.00 




Telephone and Insurance, 




1,420.00 


1,454.05 




Repairs, 




1,000.00 


975.44 




New Equipment, 




1,000.00 


1,694.03 




Incidentals, 




1,000.00 


1,112.86 




Resolution No. 1076, a/c 


flood, 


764.00 






Resolution No. 1112, a/c 


earn- 








ings, 




298.80 







$63,977.80 $63,977.80 



Salary, Sanitary Officer, 
Salary, Clerk, 
Auto Upkeep, 
Departmental Expenses, 



Board of Health 

$1,900.00 

1,144.00 

200.00 



$1,971.25 + 
1,144.00 
191.67 



1,450.00 1,602.87 



194 CITY OF CONCORD 

Appropriation Expended Balance 



Resolution No. 1076 
Milk Inspection 
Salary, Inspector, 
Auto Upkeep, 
Incidentals, 


a/c 


flood, 


$510.00 

1,710.00 
400.00 
300.00 


1,567.50 
400.00 
277.16 



$7,614.00 $7,154.47 $459.53 



Department of Public Works 

Roads and Bridges, $167,000.00 $217,462.02 

Resolution No. 1076 a/c flood 32,225.00 

Resolution No. 1112 a/c earn- 
ings, 18,237.02 



$217,462.02 $217,462.02 

Refuse Collection, $35,000.00 $34,675.22 $324.78 

Table Garbage, $4,610.00 $4,610.00 

Sewers, $10,000.00 $13,228.96 
Resolution No. 1112 a/c earn- 
ings, 3,228.96 



$13,228.96 $13,228.96 

Trees, $6,000.00 $5,838.77 $161.23 

Engineering, $5,275.00 $5,902.11 

Resolution No. 1112 a/c earn- 
ings, 627.11 



$5,902.11 $5,902.11 
Lighting Streets, $42,000.00 $37,027.00 $4,973.00 

Incidentals and Land Damages 

Appropriation, $1,900.00 $1,802.98 

Resolution No. 1067 a/c flood, 51.00 



$1,951.00 $1,802.98 $148.02 



FINANCIAL STATEMENT 



195 



Interest Notes and Bonds 







Appropriation 


Expended 


Balance 


Bonds and Notes, 




$14,256.25 


$14,341.25 




Temporary Loans, 




2,500.00 


1,775.24 


724.76 


Sewers, 




250.00 
Parks 


250.00 




Salary, Superintendent, 




$1,710.00 


$1,736.10 




Salary, Employees, 




3,800.00 


3,721.65 




Shrubbery and Trees, 




500.00 


365.50 




Trucking, 




400.00 


975.89 




Incidentals, 




1,000.00 


1,144.40 




Resolution No. 1081 a/c 


East- 








man Association Trust, 




250.00 






Resolution No. 1112 a/c 


earn- 








ings, 




283.54 







$7,943.54 $7,943.54 



Playgrounds and Bath 

Appropriation, $6,075.00 $6,157.94 

Resolution No. 1076, a/c flood, 100.00 



$6,175.00 $6,157.94 



$17.06 



Appropriation, 

Resolution No. 1112 a/c earn- 
ings, 



Recreation Commission 

$2,150.00 $5,518.07 

3,368.07 



$5,518.07 $5,518.07 



Salary, Chief, 
Salary, Deputy, 
Salary, Officers, 
Salary, Specials, 
Salary, Stenographer, 
Salary, Part Time 

Penacook, 
Repairs, 
Fuel, 
Lights, 



Police and Watch 

$2,470.00 
2,280.00 

36,512.00 
3,700.00 
1,040.00 



Officer, 



800.00 
1,000.00 
1,500.00 
1,200.00 



$2,469.99 v 
2,280.00 

34,683.72 
4,896.66 
1,019.86 

865.32 

593.72 

1,272.84 

783.13 



196 



CITY OF CONCORD 





Appropriation 


Expended Balance 


Auto and Auto Supplies, 


2,300.00 


2,922.84 


Marking Streets, 


300.00 


302.94 


Telephone and Gamewell, 


600.00 


475.96 


Insurance, 


375.00 


407.00 


Keeping Prisoners, 


200.00 


93.15 


Printing, 


200.00 


132.17 


New Roof, 


500.00 


406.50 


Incidentals, 


1,100.00 


1,769.60 


Resolution No. 1076 a/c flood. 


1,200.00 





Appropriation, 
Resolution No. 1112, 



$57,277.00 $55,375.40 $1,901.60 
Printing and Stationery 

$2,500.00 $2,603.94 
103.94 



$2,603.94 $2,603.94 



Public Comfort Station 



Salaries, 

Incidentals 

Repairs, 



Appropriation, 

Balance, Trust Fund Income 

Jan. 1, 1936, 
Income Trust Funds, 
Fines, 
Rent, Battery Station, 



Appropriation, 



$1,155.00 


$722.00 


325.00 


337.19 


200.00 


131.87 


$1,680.00 


$1,191.06 


Public Library 




$7,500.00 


$14,680.23 


[ncome 




801.64 




4,795.77 




984.81 




770.00 




$14,852.22 


$14,680.23 


Repairs Buildings 




$1,000.00 


$520.15 



$488.94 



$171.99 



$479.85 



Appropriation, 



Salary Board of Aldermen 

$1,915.00 $1,915.00 



FINANCIAL STATEMENT 



197 



Work Relief Projects 



Appropriation 


Expended 


Balance 


Appropriation, $2,000.00 


$2,144.94 




Resolution No. 1076 a/c flood, 150.00 






$2,150.00 


$2,144.94 


$5.06 


Zoning 






Appropriation, $200.00 


$143.97 


$56.03 


Relief Gardens 






Appropriation, $500.00 




$500.00 



Resolution No. 1087, 



Japanese Beetle Control 

$500.00 $479.44 



Land Sold for Unpaid Taxes, 1935 
Resolution No. 1095, $46,526.51 $46,526.51 

Charles F. Goodhue Bird Collection 
Resolution No. 1079, $1,500.00 $123.78 

Purchase Land from Y. M. C. A. 



Resolution No. 1092, 



1,500.00 $1,500.00 



$20.56 



$1,376.22 



Miscellaneous 




Armistice Day, 


$100.00 


$100.00 


Band Concerts, 


800.00 


799.99 


Dog Licenses, 




501.02 


Fourth of July, 


200.00 


200.00 


Concord District Nursing As- 






sociation, 


350.00 


350.00 


Penacook District Nursing As- 






sociation, 


100.00 


100.00 


Family Welfare Society, 


350.00 


350.00 


Margaret Pillsbury Hospital, 


$4,500.00 


$4,500.00 


New Hampshire Memorial 






Hospital, 


2,500.00 


2,500.00 


Memorial Day, 


350.00 


$349.33 



$.01 



$0.67 



198 CITY OF CONCORD 

Schools 

Appropriation Expended Balance 

Union School District : 

Balance, Jan. 1, 1936, $156,836.36 $339,836.36 

Amount Voted by District, 323,477.95 

Teacher's Pensions, 6,500.00 

Purchase Spencer Property, 8,000.00 

Dog Licenses, 2,519.81 

Abial Walker Trust Fund, 28.15 



$497,362.27 $339,836.36 $157,525.91 



Interest School Bonds, $22,618.75 $23,046.25 

Balance, Jan. 1, 1936, 7,951.25 



School Bonds, $27,000.00 $27,000.00 

Penacook District : 



Balance, Jan. 1, 1936, 


$10,251.82 


$28,411.82 


Amount Voted by District, 


28,466.16 




Dog Licenses, 


165.79 




Abial Walker Trust Fund, 


1.85 






$38,885.62 


$28,411.82 


City Relief 




City Poor, 


$50,000.00 


$67,771.58 


Dependent Soldiers, City, 


10,000.00 


13,330.82 


Old Age Assistance, 


18,000.00 


13,771.06 


Received from State of New 






Hampshire, 


18,397.67 




Reimbursements, a/c settle- 






ments chargeable to other 






communities, 


2,094.76 





$30,570.00 $23,046.25 $7,523.75 



$98,492.43 $94,873.46 $3,618.97 

County Poor. 
Balance, Jan. 1, 1936, $146.26 $129,972.34 

Bank Deposits, 129,972.34 

Reimbured by Merrimack 
County, 129,961.48 $135.40 



FINANCIAL STATEMENT 199 

Appropriation Expended balance 

Dependent Soldiers, County 

Balance Jan. 1, 1936, $245.12 $7,645.99 
Bank Deposits, 7,645.99 
Reimbursed by Merrimack 

County, 7,645.99 $245.12 

Receipts Paid 

Temporary Loans, $700,000.00 $600,000.00 

Notes payable February 3, 1936, 100,000.00 

Notes issued and payable January 22, 1937, $100,000.00 

County tax, $141,493.02 

State Tax, 107,120.00 

Disbursements 

City Disbursements, $618,972.52 

City Poor and Soldiers, 81,102.40 

County Poor and Soldiers, 137,618.33 

Old Age Assistance, 13,771.06 

City Notes, 708,000.00 

City Bonds, 51,000.00 

Interest on Notes and Bonds, 16,366.49 

Schools, 368,248.18 

School Bonds, 27,000.00 

School, Interest on Bonds, 23,046.25 

County Tax, 141,493.02 

State Tax, 107,120.00 

Work Relief Projects, 2,144.94 

Private Charities, 7,800.00 

Paid outstanding orders, 507.53 

Balance on hand January 1, 1937 (outstanding and unpaid 
notes issued in anticipation of taxes for $100,000.00 due 

January 22, 1937) 69,944.79 



$2,374,135.51 
Less outstanding orders unpaid January 1, 1937, 6,618.68 



$2,367,516.83 
Less cash on hand poor accounts, 382.38 

$2,367,134.45 



200 CITY OF CONCORD 



Water Works 








Receipts 


Paid 


Balance, January 1, 1936, 


$39,290.27 




Water rents, 


107,805.46 




Expended per orders, 




$66,411.31 


Transferred to Water Works Construction 


Account, 


6,166.60 


Bonds, 




22,000.00 


Interest on Bonds, 




9,908.75 


Balance on hand January 1, 1937, 




43,092.06 



$147,578.72 
Less outstanding orders unpaid January 1, 1937, 482.99 



$147,095.73 $147,095.73 
Water Works Construction Account 

Appropriation Expended Balance 



Balance, January 1, 1936, 


$19,255.99 


$56,042.98 


Federal Grant, 


22,875.00 




Federal Grant, 


9,150.00 




Transferred from Water Works, 


2,166.60 




Transferred from Water Works, 


4,000.00 




Less outstanding order unpaid 






January 1, 1937, 




8.00 




$57,447.59 


$56,034.98 $1,412.61 


Bond and '. 


Note Accounts 


New Equipment Highway 






Department No. 1 






Balance January 1, 1936, 


$12.14 


$12.14 


New Equipment Highway 






Department No. 2 






Balance January 1, 1936, 


$45.40 


$45.40 


Highway Bonds 






Balance January 1, 1936, 


$2,356.04 


$2,186.75 $169.29 


Sewer Bonds 






Balance January 1, 1936, 


$138.19 


$138.19 


W. P. A. Bond Account No. 1 






Balance January 1, 1936, 


$49,825.15 


$40,756.99 


Less outstanding orders un- 






paid January 1, 1937, 




268.44 



$49,825.15 $40,488.55 $9,336.60 



FINANCIAL STATEMENT 201 

Public Improvement Account No. 2 
Sale of Bonds and Premium, $25,094.75 $8,049.73 
Less outstanding orders un- 
paid January 1, 1937, 125.00 



$25,094.75 $7,924.73 $17,170.02 

Eastman School Bond Account 
Balance, January 1, 1936, $34,000.00 $34,000.00 

Memorial Athletic Field Bond 
Account 
Balance January 1, 1936, $27.15 $27.15 

Respectfully Sumbitted, 

ARTHUR E. ROBY, 

City Clerk. 



MUNICIPAL DEBTS 



Funded Debts 

City Hall and Auditorium 

bonds, $55,000.00 
Departmental Equipment 

bonds, 40,000.00 
Public Improvement bonds, 16,000.00 
Public Improvement and Re- 
funding bonds, 21,000.00 
Public Improvement bonds, 40,000.00 
Public Improvement bonds, 25,000.00 
Central Fire Station bonds, 18,000.00 
Highway bonds, 50,000.00 
Sewer bonds, 127,000.00 
Engineering Department, 

equipment note, No. 1, 9,000.00 
Engineering Department, 

equipment note, No. 2, 4,000.00 
Sprinkler System, City Hall, 

notes, 1,000.00 



Debt Not Funded 

Orders outstanding January 

1, 1937, $6,618.68 

Interest accrued, not yet due, 

municipal bonds, 2,513.31 

Coupons overdue, not pre- 
sented, municpal bonds, 70.00 

Coupons overdue, not pre- 
sented, school bonds, 170.00 

Due school districts, 175,523.46 



$406,000.00 



FINANCIAL STATEMENT 203 



Due Memorial Athletic Field, 






bond account, 


27.15 




Due Highway bond account, 


169.29 




Due Public Improvement 






bond account, No. 1, 


9,336.60 




Due Public Improvement 






bond account, (No. 2, 


17,170.02 




Due Sewer bond account, 


138.19 




Temporary Loan notes un- 






paid, due January 22, 1937, 


100,000.00 




Total debt not funded, 




$311,736.70 


Total city indebtedness, 




$717,736.70 



AVAILABLE ASSETS 

Treasurer's cash balance 
January 1, 1937 (out- 
standing and unpaid notes 
issued in anticipation of 
taxes for $100,000. due 
January 22, 1937), $69,944.79 

Taxes, 1930, uncollected, 2,738.76 

Taxes, 1931, uncollected, 3,692.85 

Taxes, 1932, uncollected, 4,594.10 

Taxes, 1933, uncollected, 5,032.81 

Taxes, 1934, uncollected, 7,451.71 

Taxes, 1935, uncollected, 10,102.05 

Taxes, 1936, uncollected, 276,122.68 

Cash in hand of Tax Col- 
lector, January 1, 1937, 626.38 
Cash in hand of City Clerk, 
January 1, 1937, account 
motor vehicle permits, 141.44 
Taxes bid in by city, 45,211.09 
Revolving Fund, 250.00 



204 CITY OF CONCORD 

Due Highway Department, 356.95 

$426,265.61 

Indebtedness above assets, 

January 1, 1937, $291,471.09 

Indebtedness above assets, 

January 1, 1936, $355,857.87 

Decrease for the year, $64,386.78 

PRECINCT DEBT 
Funded Debt 



Water Works bonds, $236,000.00 

Sewer bonds, 5,000.00 



$241,000.00 



Debt Not Funded 



Interest accrued, not yet 
due, water bonds, 

Interest accrued, not yet 
due, sewer bonds, 

Coupons overdue, not pre- 
sented, water bonds, 

Coupons overdue, not pre- 
sented, sewer bonds, 



$3,896.25 




33.33 




167.25 




92.50 






$4,189.33 






$245,189.33 



Available Assets 

Cash on hand, Water De- 
partment, January 1, 1937, $43,092.06 

Net precinct debt, January 

1, 1937, $202,097.27 

Net precinct debt, January 

1, 1936, $230,919.48 

Decrease for the year, $28,822.21 



FINANCIAL STATEMENT 205 



Other Precinct Liabilities 



Union School District bonds, $538,000.00 
Interest accrued, not yet due, 2,841.23 



$540,841.23 



RECAPITULATION 

Net regular debt, $291,471.09 

precinct debt, 202,097.27 

school district, 540,841.23 



$1,034,409.59 

Decrease for the year, $120,411.04 



CITY PROPERTY HAVING VALUE BUT NOT 
CONSIDERED AVAILABLE ASSETS 



Water Department, 


$1,745,322.60 


Fire Department, 


280,320.00 


Highway Department, 


98,335.83 


Engineering Department, 


1,608.00 


Sewer Department, 


6,458.30 


Health Department, 


975.00 


Milk Inspection Department, 


2,300.00 


Police Department, 


64,650.00 


City Clerk's office, 


2,525.00 


Relief Office, 


700.00 


Mayor's Office, 


500.00 


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, 


2,060.00 


Public Library, 


17,500.00 


City History Commission, 


10.00 


Cemetery Department, 


9,000.00 


Goodhue Bird Collection, 


10,000.00 


Real Estate, 


567,376.00 




$2,833,615.73 


1936 




Population of city (1930), 


25,228 


Valuation of city, 


$32,039,851 


Tax Assessed for the year, 


$1,245,352.87 


Rate of taxation, (including $1.10 




flood tax) 


$24.84 per $1,000 


Rate of Union School District, 


$12.90 


Rate of Penacook District, 


$14.40 


Rate of sewer precinct, 


$.12 


Total rate, city, 


$37.86 per $1,000 


Total rate, Penacook, 


$39.24 per $1,000 



VITAL STATISTICS 



VITAL STATISTICS 

Births Registered in the City of Concord for the Year Ending 
December 31, 1936 



JANUARY 



Date 

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4 

4 

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6 

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7 

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12 
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13 
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19 
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19 
20 
22 
22 
25 
26 
26 
29 
30 
30 
30 



Mother's 
Father's Name Maiden Name 

Robert H. Lougee Eleanor Morrison 

Henry N. Tatro Evelyn Roy 

Arthur E. Gallagher Martha Gosselin 

Joseph Sandquist Doris Cheney 

Bowman Stone Ruth Hill 

Harry B. Ashe Katherine Averill 

Walter Bassett Marian Hamm 

Earney Mayo Florence Humphrey 

Alden S. Heath Ruth Muzzey 

Pierre A. Boucher Laurence Pigeon 

Fred DeAngelis Veronica Dion 

Ray Miller Gertrude Minard 

Robert Carlson Esther Kellon 

John G. Pike Louise Farrand 

Charles F. Martel Irene Beck 

Everett F. Gathercole Florence Clement 

Lesley Knowlton Lena Gingras 

Edward C. Quinn Jane Chase 

Edward C. Quinn Jane Chase 

Harry L. Jenkerson Anastasia L. Lashua 

Carl G. Gesen Margaret Jackman 

Frank Morono Irene Newton 

Raymond D. Richards Marrion McAffee 

Elzear F. Mayo Ethel O'Brien 

John R. Ballard Myra V. Preve 

David F. Dudley Florence E. Baillis 

Earl J. McArdle Agnes Johnston 

Adelard Clouthier Regina Carriere 

Edward Reardon Katherine Gannon 

Henry R. Murray Ruth Robinson 

Frank McKenna Lillian Filion 

Zado Mailhot Aureanna Cayer 

E. Melville Westgate Ruth Connelly 

Henry G. Hackshaw Gladys Lewis 

Victor Randlett Phyllis Titus 

Robert L. Gorham Catherine Leary 

Erwin Zinn Dorothy Marden 

Erwin Zinn Dorothy Marden 

Joseph Novak Mary Raines 



Child's Name 

Robert John M. 

Claudette Louise F. 

Arthur Edgar, Jr M. 

Charles Eric " 

John Raymond " 

Carol Kay F. 

Dorothy Ellen " 

Elery John M. 

Robert Stevens " 

Madeleine Irene F. 

Paul Edward M. 

Joan Ann F. 

Joan Augusta F. 

John Gilbert M. 

Marjorie Irene F. 

Nancy Mclvor " 

Bernice " 

Joseph M. 

James " 

Harry Lloyd, Jr " 

Karen Elizabeth F. 



Virginia " 

Francis Xavier M. 

Nancy Ann F. 

David Freeman, Jr M. 

Mary Shiela F. 

Joseph Reginald M. 

Edward " 

Marjorie Ann F. 

Doris Marie " 

Zado Lionel M. 

Robert Alan " 

Alfred Henry " 

Rowena June F. 

Barbara Alyce F. 

Zinn F. 

Zinn " 

Novak M 



BIRTHS 



209 



FEBRUARY 



Date Child's Name 

2 Richard Anthony M. L. 

John Victor " 

Michael ' ' 

William Cushman ' 

Beverly Ann F 

Alphonse Paul M 

Betty Anne F 

Leon Arthur M 

Richard Pearson 

Judith Helen F 

Arthur Curtice, 2nd M 

Joan Beverly F 

Robert Marble M 

Shirley Ann F 

Richard Leonard M 

William Christopher M 

Elinor Jean F 

F 

James Paul M. 

Edna Phenix F 

Sylvia Howell 

Gilbert Dean M 

Richard Neal 

Robert Raymond 

Beverly Jane F 

Franklin D'ale M 

Joseph Arthur 

David Earl 

Mary Jean F 

Ernest Paul M. 

Clarence Eugene, Jr 

Smith " S. 

Annette Marie F. L. 

Gordon Wylie M 



2 

3 

3 

4 

5 

6 

6 

7 

7 

8 

9 

11 

12 

12 

12 

12 

12 

12 

13 

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24 

24 

25 

26 

26 

27 

27 

28 

28 

29 

29 

29 

29 

29 



Donald Brian ' 

Douglas Henry ' 

William ' 

Mary Louise F 

Nora Etta " 

Frank Arthur M 

Harlan Leighton, Jr 



Jon Malcolm 

William 

Jon Ray 



Mother's 
Father's Name Maiden Name 

Frederick J. Perry Laura O'Clair 

John V. Amrol Marie Michaud 

John McClure Mary Linn 

Myron J. Hazen Barbara Cushman 

Burdett V. Pebbles Yvonne Audett 

Alphonse DiCicco Florence Wright 

William E. White Florence Morgan 

William T. Parkinson Beatrice Reeves 

Henry R. Miner Maude Hales 

John Farnum Lillian Ordway 

Grovener A. Huntoon Emma L. Stone 

George C. Sumner Helen Butson 

Marble Kibbee Sarah Marcott 

Aime Neven Mabel Well 

Robert Marden Florence Lanzo 

Christopher Notides Harriette Fille 

Ernest Green Marie Walker 

Leon N. Fortune Ann M. Pritchard 

James B. Halligan Dorothy H. Hammond 

George A. Drew Ethel M. LaD"uke 

Howell P. Campbell Elsie D. Belrose 

Maurice F. Ford Elizabeth Tonkin 

Paul Dow Frances M. Roach 

Natt W. Pillsbury Margaret Potter 

Garland Stearns Viola Beauregard 

Ernest C. Emmons Jennie Chase 

Ralph A. Pepin Rose Gaudreault 

Myrl C. Goodwin Eleanor Marshall 

Michael Skivington Winifred Gallagher 

Rodolphe LeCompte Evelyn Mayo 

Clarence E. Baker Nellie Abbott 

Norman Smith Abbee Bigelow 

Wilfred Levesque Annie Bilodeau 

Wylie Atkinson Mildred Osgood 

Wilfred Leavitt Pauline Story 

Robert Boardman Dorothy Forst 

Archie Severance Odina Gagne 

Lewis Rayno Jennie French 

Thomas Graziano Margery Nelson 

Arthur Abbott Virginia Allen 

Harlan L. Goodwin Doris J. Fuller 

Nicholas Tscharia Angelina Gommelair 

Guy Swenson Mildred Bolan 

Reuben Murray Helen Merrick 

Harry L. O'Coin Jeanette LaCroix 



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CITY OF CONCORD 



MARCH 



Date Child's Name 

2 Sally Ann F. L 

3 Gloria " 

5 Jane Ellen " 

5 Richard E M. 

6 Sheila Ann P. 

9 Clyde Millard M. 

10 Nelson J " 

10 Arline F. 

11 James Rodney M. 

11 Marita Carol F. 

11 Douglas Ellsworth M. 

15 Frederick, Jr " 

16 Ronald B " 

16 David Edward " 

17 Richard Redington " 

18 Roger Elliot " 

19 Leslie " S. 

19 Joan Lorraine F. L. 

21 Frank Carl , M. 

23 William Arthur " 

23 Christine June F. 

24 Robert William M. 

25 Gerard Andre " 

25 Leslie Melvin " 

25 William Martin " 

26 Leo Arthur " 

26 Elizabeth Catherine F. 

27 Stanley, Jr M. 

28 Florence Ann F. 

29 Gregoros Th M. 

29 Richard Arthur " 

30 Robert Colman " 

30 Marie F. 

31 Jean Lois " 



Mother's 
Father's Name Maidr-n Name 

Richard W. Brown Mabel J. Long 

Paul A. Provost Lena L. Gebeau 

Robert W. Howley Shirley Jordan 

Oscar C. Herbert Laura Wheeler 

John S. Clinton Mary E. Mannion 

Grant Farwell Ruth Sewall 

Nelson Dane Clara L. Pierce 

Donald B. Montgomery Helen F. Walker 

Esther Drake 

Leo Williams Alice Pike 

Kenneth E. Ford Jean A. Hokenson 

Frederick Paris Orilda Barbeau 

Ellwood Kimball Margaret Bettis 

John T. Fournier Carlyss Cook 

Richard E. Bailey Anna Sullivan 

Charles Colburn Ruby Heath. 

Leslie J. McGee Vera Jennison 

Leon Hammell Helen Foote 

Frank C. Harris Eva M. Palmer 

George Batchelder Marion Morrill 

Evelyn Marcotte 

Herbert C. Bergquist Irma Heubert 

Gerard L. Gaudrault Yvette Boisvert 

George Merrill Doris Underwood 

Martin H. Sandquist Laura Buck 

Earl Smith Angeline LaBrie 

Redmond Gray Cecelia McBride 

Stanley Mancini Evelyn Gagnon 

Douglas Malcolm Frances Foote 

Thomas Mamos Katherine Zaras 

Arthur C. Beaulieu Irene Day 

Irving York Helen Colman 

Paul A. Trombly Gertrude B. Foley 

John L. Babson Jean C. Carruthers 



APRIL 



2 
3 
5 
5 

5 

7 

8 

10 

10 



William Arthur 
Clinton Eustace 
Marshall Hill . 
Lorraine Cecile 
Patricia Lee ... 
Robert George 
Barbara Ann ... 

Charlotte 

Blanche May ... 

— Frost ... 

Victor Eric , 



.M. L. Henry P. Pray Alma Tooley 

Henry T. Bell Geneva L. Doe 

Lester E. Connor Alice Hill 

Oscar Landry Angeline Daigneault 

Robert E. Perkins Flora I. Ide 

George E. Pearson Alice Marden 

Eugene F. Sullivan Germaine Nolan 

Fred D. Baker Katherine Patten 

Leon A. Smith Etta M. Mastin 

.." S. Ira Frost r. Emma Newton 

.M. L. Wayne R. Carnes Helen Gammell 



BIRTHS 



211 



APEIL— Concluded 



Date Child's Name 

10 James MacAlpine " 

10 Philip Edward " 

11 Eugene Allard " 

11 Otis William Jr " 

11 Gail Page F. 

12 Dorothy Annette " 

12 Eileen Mabel " 

13 Nancy Jean " 

14 Ronald Boyd M. 

14 Jacqueline Ann F. 

14 Megan F. 

15 Wesley Harold M. 

16 Roger Wilson " 

18 Marilyn Elaine F. 

20 Edward Francis M. 

20 Thomas Allen " 

20 Patricia Jean F. 

22 James Edward M. 

22 Joy F. 

23 Donald Edward M. 

24 Marilyn F. 

25 Paul Fitch M. 

26 Mary-Ellen F. 

26 Mary Elizabeth " 

27 Paul M. 

28 Andrew Bancroft M. 

29 George Robert " 



Mother's 
Father's Name Maidin Name 

Dr. Hugh M. Galbraith ....Marjorie Scaddin 

Philip Stohrer Martha Knight 

Eugene Geary Josephine Allard 

Otis W. Whittier Hazel George 

H. Everett Humphreys Eleanor Garrish 

Harlie Silver Mae Holbrook 

George E. Gardiner Dorothy Baker 

David Eccles Dorothy Kirkpatrick 

Maurice B. Kalloch Eleanor McAlister 

John J. Healy Claire Gourd 

Harold H. Owen Louise Guyol 

Harold C. Johnson Lucille M. Ballard 

Eugene F. Magenau Sara L. Brunei 

Clarence E. Gray Thelma Eastman 

Francis L. Dodge Mary B. Connely 

Theodore Greenlaw Katherine Davis 

Joseph A. Daigle Phyllis Morse 

Omer Maher Edna Weatherbee 

Robert A. Clarke Grace Hirtle 

George King Pearl Hinz 

Louis Nicholas Clara Blanchard 

A. Cloyde Greenwood Edna Fitch 

Brownlow L. Thompson Margaret E. Rice 

Robert E. Bunker Katherine Colby 

Humbert Scagliotti Yolanda D'Aloisio 

Arthur B. Stearns Eva Marston 

Robert Potter Olive Weatherbee 



MAY 



1 Cora Mae F. L. 

1 William Adjalon M. 

1 Henry Hubbard, 3rd 

1 Merrill Park 

2 Bruce Richard 

2 Kenneth Richard 

2 Edwin Francis, Jr 

3 Gordon Edward 

3 Jacquiline Doris F. 

3 Zaven Samuel M 

5 Robert Donald , 

7 David Sumner 

7 Oliver Edmond 

8 James Francis , 

9 Betty Ann F 

9 Barbara 

9 Irene Elizabeth 

11 Gail Winsor 

14 Dale Marie 



Alfred D. Watterson Mary J. Noe 

George C. Cilley Emma Jones 

Edward D. Amsden Margaret Tolman 

William M. Foy Hazel Corey 

Donald T. Bonnette Miriam Carmichael 

Sherman Stickney Flora Potter 

Edwin F. Smith Ruth Cox 

Edward G. French Frances Phelps 

John L. Withrow Doris Lindgren 

Sarkis Koltookian Asthig Kurkjia 

Harry R. Peckham Wilhelmina Penney 

Ralph C. Dustin Ruth Sumner 

Arthur G. Lapierre Celia LaBonte 

Patrick H. Donahue Bertha Plankey 

Laurie White Charlotte Kruegel 

Henry Fontaine Helen Hughes 

Fred Garside Madeline Hackett 

Harold Ramsay Marjorie Beagarie 

Edward Perriello Lorraine Grubert 



212 



CITY OF CONCORD 



MAY— Concluded 



Date Child's Name 
15 Sylvia Ruth 

Robert Cleverly 

Joan Audrey 

Wesley Russell 

Theresa Mary 

Beatrice V. Marie .... 

Carol Landon 

Stephen Bradford .... 

Therese 

Sylvia Cathleen 



Robert Ernest 

Dawn Beverly 

Herbert Carl 

Mary Jane 

James 

Joanne Althea 

Madeline 

Marilyn Elizabeth 

Joseph James 

Francis J. Russell 
David Leighton .... 

Robert Arnold 

— — ■ — Smith 

Helen May 

Carolina Marcella 
Edmund Earle, Jr. 



Burton Charles 
Janine Doris ... 
Martin James .. 



Mother's 
Father's Name Maiden Name 

.." " George Abbott Ruth Jackman 

,.M. " Eric Ober Barbara Hammond 

.F. " Aubrey M. Brown Bernice L. Hahn 

..M. " Doddridge R. Wheeler Helen Buckley 

,.F. " Harold A. Tobin Yelma M. Whit© 

.." " Andre Lavigne Hermeline Poirier 

.." " Cecil A. Stiles Hazel Styles 

..M. " Carroll L. Milliken Myrtle Thurston 

.F. " Antonio Lamy Aline Lacasse 

.." " Norris T. Welch Cathleen Crowley 

Alfred Forest Lydia King 

Ernest Roy Ruby Loomis 

Francis J. Ferrin Gladys E. Small 

Carl G. Wester Olga Menard 

Douglas S. Jackson Helen Nadeau 

William D. Haller Anne Hickey 

Frank C. Rowell Janet A. Mitchell 

Acel Quimby Eva Girard 

William Manning Helmi Skarp 

Joseph J. Russo Ella Gerrald 

Francis J. R. Mullin Cecelia Hourihane 

R. Towle Childs Dorothy Knapp 

Oliver L. Racine Dorothy Moody 

.." S. Otis J. Smith Marion Colby 

.F. L. George P. Little Helvi H. Halme 

.." " Luigi Polini Marcella Poganelli 

..M. " Edmond E. Cutting Grace V. Wilbur 

..F. " Valmore M. Belisle Lillian Chenette 

..M. " Burton C. Home Annie M. Pierce 

..F. " Rosario Gaumont Beatrice Viens 

..M. " Albert Foy Mildred Coleman 



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JUNE 



2 Arthur Leonard 

2 Henry Jonas, Jr 

3 Shirley Walter 

4 Joyce Ann 

4 Marcia Marie 

4 Harold David 

5 Chester Ansel, 3rd 

7 Joseph Renald Eugene 

9 Margaret 

9 Bruce Carlton 

10 Maurice Alden 

11 Sandra Jean , 

12 Shirley Frances 

12 Leslie David 

16 Lois June , 



.M. L. Alford F. Abair ..., 

.." " Henry J. Welcome 

.." " Paul Lamprone 

.F. " Arthur Copp 



.M. 



.F. 
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Adam A. Mitchell 

Chester A. Hoadley 2nd 

Albert Audet 

Joseph Keenan 

Basil F. Cutting 

Arthur Curtis Jr 

Charles F. Moulton 

George H. Blodgett 

William J. Angwin 

Raymond S. Roers 



. Geraldine McMorris 
.Beatrice Sweeney 
.Mildred Towle 
.Viola E. Robinson 
.Rita Rousseau 
.Laura E. Green 
.Emily Jewell 
.Yvonne Belanger 
.Muriel Strachen 
. Lucy Dearborn 
.Ruth Clark 
.Bernice McBride 
. Elva A. Stevens 
.Dorothy E. Plummer 
.Flora L. Rogers 



BIRTHS 



213 



JUNE— Concluded 



\te Child's Name 

Henrietta Jean 

Donald Edward 

David Lee 

Edward Donald 

Oh. -tiles David 

Stephen Eastman .... 

Diana Myrna 

Sylvia Jean 

Mary Elizabeth 

John Edward 

Robert Edward 



.M. 



Jenkins 



Catherine 

John Richard, Jr. 
George Alfred, Jr. 



Mother's 
Father's Name Maiden Name 

Henry Girard Beatrice LaVallee 

Frank W. Hodgman Mary Emmons 

Frank W. Hodgman Mary Emmons 

Lawrence H. Philbrick Clara Odette 

Anson G. Morrill Katherine Roberts 

Stephen E. Root Ellen Griffin 

Daniel G. Hages Helen C. Davis 

Richard W. Berry Eleanor Taylor 

George K. Wadleigh Elizabeth Le Drew 

William E. Gilmore Doris Goodwin 

Kirk W. Mock Gladys Bennett 

Carroll Butman Muriel Bryant 

Carol Jenkins Grace Garland 

Robert A. Ferriera Ellen Bouley 

John R. Crosby Doris K. Shoves 

George A. Wood Frances Gould 



JULY 



Naomi Louise 

Richard Roland 

Allison Hale 

Ronald Joseph .... 

Shirley Mae 

George 

Suzanne Althea .. 
Maurice James .. 

Robert Allan 

James Henry 

Elizabeth Anne .. 
Shirley Ardelle .. 
Leon Stanley, Jr. 
Wayne Spencer .. 
Robert Eugene .... 
Paul Fernando .. 

Nancy Ann 

Victor Lester 

John Quentin 

Pattie Mae 

Janet Helen 

Malcolm LeRoy .. 
Robert Freeman ., 
George Douglas . 
Mtrilyn June .... 
Raymond Paul .... 
Lil;on Mudgett .. 

Richard Fred 

Barbara Ann 



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Norman L. Scruton Marion S. Wilson 

William R. Sargent Edna Zambs 

Austin Osborne Evelyn Osborne 

James Paparella Amelia M. Gargano 

Franklin A. Robbins Mabel E. Morse 

Rassio Parenteau Edna Johnson 

George E. Young Alice E. Johnson 

Maurice F. Randall Esther A. MacKinnon 

Clifton Rice Dorothy MacEachran 

Thomas Angwin Leona LaFlamme 

Adelard Gagne Mary Simone 

Elgin Sanderson Eleanor Nichols 

Leon S. Merrill Doris Lord 

Maurice Hodgman Ruth Cochran 

Robert R. McKenna Evelyn Peacoir 

Russell G. Webster Olive Ayer 

Leonard H. Bullock Margaret Trombley 

Lester Page Helen Kryzanikk 

George J. Lugg Rose Mooney 

Osborne A. Simmons Mary K. Cheseboro 

Thomas Biggar Helen Dickson 

James Houlock Marjorie Finney 

Russell Young Alice Allain 

George B. Dowie Lillian Blakey 

Harvey C. Brown Bella Collette 

Walter Dow Pauline King 

Ralph Walker Reba Sawyer 

Harley G. French }. Sarah M. Heath 

William H. Erickson Frances Firth 



214 



CITY OF CONCORD 



JULY— Concluded 



Date 



Child's Name 



20 Dudley Allen 

20 Shirley Anne 

21 King 

21 Gail Audrey 

22 Marie Gertrude 

22 Raymond Emile Joseph 

22 Barbara Ann 

22 Editha Leonora 

23 Roberta Ann 

24 Philip Arthur 

24 Beverly Joanne 

25 Marilyn Webster 

27 George Richard 

28 Sidney Emery 

28 Sheila Ann 

28 Patricia Ann 

28 Sylvia Rita 

29 Carole Mae 

30 Amelia Theresa 

30 Robert Aiken Martineau 

30 Joanne 

31 Gladys Rose 



.M. 



Mother's 
Father's Name Maiden Name 

" Reginald F. Terrill Fannie Carleton 

" Frederick P. Fisher Myrtle Loomis 

S. Leon King Thelma Lougee 

L. Willard J. Cleveland Addie D. Wiggin 

Peter J. Landry Gertrude Dupont 

Adjutor J. Flamond Yiola M. Begin 

William A. Mahoney Anna Moxley 

Paul B. Maxham Ruth Morrow 

Frederic O'Keefe Annette Dancause 

Phillip Cirves Margaret Perry 

Maynard Sears Gladys L. Melvin 

William M. Cook Mary Hallinan 

Edward A. Mignault Rose Drouin 

Sidney R. Fisher Muriel Emery 

Stanley Lugg Edna McMahon 

Ralph R. Jason Ann Scappetuoro 

Emile L. Nadeau Julia Arsenault 

Clyde E. Fitts Hazel Fifield 

Fred J. Cherrette Mary Lunderville 

Robert A. Athearn Luce A. Martineau 

Thomas E. Kelso Vivian Lowell 

Reginald C. Follansbee Florabelle Abbott 



AUGUST 



1 Edward Albert , 

2 Betty Ann 

3 Joanne Helen 

3 Exzear Joseph, Jr 

4 James Victor 

4 Geraldine 

4 Jacqueline (twin) 

4 Philip Lucien 

5 Sally Eileen 

6 Elaine May 

8 Beverly Ann 

9 Virginia Mabelle 

9 David Charles 

10 Nancy Joan 

11 Robert Louis 

14 Russell Arvid 

15 William John 

15 Malcolm LeRoy 

16 Marcia Eugene Joseph 
16 Gabriel Eugene (twin) 

16 Briand Michael 

16 Walter Eugene 

16 Thomas Trueworthy .... 

16 Cyril Maurice, Jr 



L. Joseph E. Constant Sadie Kupsala 

Edgar A. Ash Blanche Hillsgrove 

Herbert Bennett Esther Bergstrom 

Exzear J. Carrier Lucille Tyger 

H. Leon Diversi Irene Lindborg 

Orlando C. Sturtevant Doris E. Gould 

Orlando C. Sturtevant Doris E. Gould 

Lucien Aldrich Nellie Kingsbury 

Glenn Everett Mary Welch 

John H. Noble Dorothy Wentworth 

Robert C. Roers Mary Bourne 

Arthur Eagles, Jr Mildred McCue 

George Crutchfield Jennie Cozzi 

J. Emery Hoadley Virginia Douglas 

Robert Marshall Dorothy Brown 

Russell A. Eckloff Kathryn Armbrust 

John P. Daley Helen Harris 

James Havelock Marjorie Finney 

Eugene Des Jardins Bertha Audet 

Eugene Des Jardins Bertha Audet 

Oscar Parenteau Gertrude Akerman 

Walter A. Hackfhaw Bertha Woodward 

Trueworthy F. Kelley Susan Jordan 

Cyril M. Johnson Viola Cassavaugh 



BIRTHS 



215 



AUGUST— Concluded 



Ronald Andrew 

Albert Augustus 

Pauline Alice 

Gardner Owen 2nd 

Jean Fay 

Lawrence Scott 

Alfred Joseph 

Joseph Dudley Allan 

Roger Lea 

Harold Chester 

Nancy Ann , 

William James , 

Jean Godbout 

Patterson ... 

Lawrence 

Carl Herbert 

John Richard 

Arline Ann 

Lorraine Jean 

Susan 

Laurence Ralph 2nd 

Rodney Austin 

Robin Elna 

D'avid , 

Donald (twin) 

Sandra Ann 

Eleanor Ann 

Joseph Michael, Jr. 

Joyce Elaine 

Paul Armand 

Helen Elsie , 

Margaret Kathleen . 

David James 

Bruce Allen 

John Edwin 



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Mother's 

Father's Name Maiden Name 

Everett Foskett Gladys Underhill 

Chester J. Barrett Lydia LaBrecque 

Albert L. Jeancret Ruth E. Cooper 

Melvin G. Whitehouse Marjorie Parsons 

Spencer S. Treharne Blanche M. Treharne 

Edward R. Plourde Lillian M. Bennett 

Lawrence Young Bertha Beauchine 

Warren J. Miner Dorothy Auprey 

Oliver Charpentier Dolores Cormier 

Theodore Rice Elnora Weast 

Harold Wing Helen Philbrick 

Orvis Fife Millicent Bolton 

William J. McFarland, Jr... Ruth Beane 

— Verna A. Godbout 

Pauline Patterson 

William Hunneyman Laura DuBois 

Carl H. Ekstrom Luna Andrews 

Edmund O. Cox Cora Mayo 

Edward J. Stafford Edna J. Lassonde 

Roy H. Fredette Lucy Camden 

Frank M. Mills Ethel Vandermark 

Laurence R. Stevens Lillian Colby 

Austin Cate Cynthia Rice 

Robert Dunklee Ann Carpenter 

Joseph M. Callahan Mary Bresnahan 

Joseph M. Callahan Mary Bresnahan 

John S. Carr Elsie Connor 

Dorie Massey Beatrice Gelinas 

Joseph M. Hart Marie A. Drouin 

Mason Blake Marjorie Mellen 

Anatole Courchene Doris Aldrich 

Roy Wescom Hilda Duford 

Gordon E. Lloyd Katherine M. Lloyd 

James R. Killkelley Margaret Proctor 

Lloyd J. McClintock Bernice Ordway 

Charles D. Allen Flora L. Pender 



SEPTEMBER 



9 

10 





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Clarence W. Johnson Ruby Hubert 

Harry G. Owen Lucy Donovan 

William H. Crowley Leah King 

Joseph T. Reed Nellie Eaton 

William LaTulippe Maud Pierce 

— — Doris Page 

Ernest Aranosian Narissa Najarin 

Raymond C. Estey Eleanor Mount 

Arthur F. Stickney Ursula Wright 

Hollan Avery Alta Tholander 



216 



CITY OF CONCORD 



SEPTEMBER— Concluded 



Date Child's Name 

12 Carlton Wright 

12 Maxine 

13 Marylon 

13 Maureen Florence .... 

16 Donald 

16 Fred Lawrence 

16 Richard Joseph 

16 Dorothy Ruth 

17 Elmer Garfield 

17 Donald Gardner 

18 Rodney Raymond .... 

19 Norma Irene 

19 Nancy Ann 

20 June Beverly 

21 Ellen Margery 

21 Virginia Mae 

22 Jane 

22 Patricia 

23 Ann Catherine 

23 Sandra Jean 

23 Shirley Ann 

23 Richard Arthur 

25 Donat Laurence 

26 Arthur William 

28 Richard Dana 

29 Alan MacAuley 

30 Anna Elizabeth 



Mother's 
Father's Name Maiden Name 

Eric W. Smith Kathryn Botsford 

Harry Oxman Alice Livingston 

William Jordan Clara Osgood 

Ernest Bergstrom Florence Prentiss 

Vincent Heath Dorothy Gallien 

Laurence West Gladys Towle 

William F. Walsh Dorilla LeVesque 

William S. Morrill Ruth Foote 

Clyde C. Davis Hazel Poulin 

John Barstow Laura Bartlett 

Raymond Pearl Rose Quimby 

Armand J. Chateneuf Irene Arsenault 

Charles McCormick Louise Moore 

Robert Gillispie Rhea Poisson 

Charles F. Hillsgrove Hilda B. Grover 

Dewey Johnson Lillian Dodge 

Vernon H. Fisher Catherine Searle 

Calvin Smart Rose Martell 

Edward P. McCann Ann Cassidy 

Edward S. Beck Miriam Spiller 

Harry Welch Ruth Swanson 

Arthur C. Chase Jennie E. Home 

Donat Perron Clemence Bessette 

Arthur Bourbeau Irene LaBrie 

G. Danna Kenyon Evelyn H. Burnham 

Everett Merrill Mary MacAuley 

Joseph F. King Emma Prentiss 



OCTOBER 



1 Robert Carl 

1 Barbara Ann 

2 Michael 

3 Dudley 

3 Marian Irene 

4 Valia Yvonne .... 
4 Floyd Gibbons 

6 Donna Marie 

7 Cynthia Ann 

8 John James 

9 Elizabeth Jane ... 

10 Gracie Louise 

11 Rosalie Mae 

12 Ronald Ralph 

13 Patricia Ann 

13 Barbara Anne 

14 Arnold Adelard ... 
16 James Brown, Jr. 
16 Joanne Viola 



LeRoy Ordway Nellie Merrill 

Shirley D. Raymond Thelma LaTouche 

Nathan P. Smith Mary Stone 

Robert D. Bailey Alberta Smith 

Arthur Robertson Dorothy Stratton 

John C. Smith Beatrice Dalphond 

Walter L. Marden Florence Russell 

Mario Cozzi Jane Bourk 

Fletcher Ryley Arlene Bean 

Guy A. Jennison Grace A. Lord 

Arthur Rowell Rosamond Thibault 

Stanley W. Daniels Edith Wood 

Leon K. Bishop Winzola Crockett 

Laurence Turgeon Grace E. Morgan 

Worthen D. Muzzey Barbara Colby 

Thomas H. Taylor Annie E. Gee 

Omer Bolduc Doris Makin 

James B. Godfrey Barbara Leach 

Lawrence Guy Viola Carter 



BIRTHS 



217 



OCTOBER— Concluded 



Date Child's Name 
16 Nancy 

18 
22 



Nancy Ann " 

Gladys Bell " 

22 Barbara Louise " 

22 Mario Giulio M. 

23 Carol Lee P. 

23 Margaret " 

24 Joseph Armand Henri M. 

24 Carolyn Ann F. 

25 Harold Perley M. 

27 Elizabeth May F. 

27 Douglas Edward M. 

27 Irene Ardella F. 

28 Katherine Dale " 

29 Raymond Allen M. 

30 Pauline Mary F. 

30 Sharlene Alice " 

30 Bernard A M. 



Father's Name 
Wayland Andrews ... 

Duane C. Gordon 

Chester E. MacKenzie 

Martyn B. Kenney 

Richard Ciarla 

Carl "W. Forsberg 

William Speck 

Sanveur A. Audet 

Harold Colburn 

Harold A. McLain 

Robert T. French 

Frank Tyrrell 

Earl N. Robinson 

Vernon Bean 

Herman C. Annis 

Raymond T. Miner ... 
Carl Henry Stickney 
Claffee Mayo 



Mother's 
Maiden Name 
.Dorothy Stillings 
.Marion R. Miner 
.Thelma L. Blish 
.Louise M. Kelliher 
.Angelina Fina 
.Alice Hoagland 
. Verna Presby 
.Marie P. Daigle 
. Marjorie Ford 
.Esther Holmes 
.Cora E. Cate 
.Cora Palmer 
.Blanche Hodgman 
.Dorothy Corson 
.Sybil Kelley 
.Albina Donzey 
. Goldie Gray 
.Mary Smith 



NOVEMBER 



2 Wayne Wilfred M. 

4 Thomas Grant 

4 Willis Sherburne, Jr 

6 Maureen Theresa F 

6 Jon Douglas M 

6 Lois Ann F 

10 Allan Conrad M 

11 David 

12 Bruce Harold 

14 Carol Ann F 

15 Ann Elizabeth 

17 Kenneth Ivan M 

17 Sandra Grace F 

18 Jean Margarite 

18 Peter Francis M 

18 Warren Drinnels Benjamin 

18 Eugene Allan 

21 Robert Percy 

21 Arthur Sherwood 

21 Albert Gould 

22 Craig David 

23 Ramona Theresa F 

26 Mary Irene 

29 Donald M. 

29 F. S. 

29 Priscilla " L. 

30 Mary Jane 

30 Barbara Ellen 

30 



Albert L. Morgan 

Elmer H. Howe 

Willis Ash 

Patrick Norton 

Fred S. Sibley 

Norman L. Jesseman . 

Roger J. Vincent 

George Clif Baker 

Harold Bean 

Omar L. Horn 

Peter Prendergast 

Perley Lee Everett 

Percy S. Davis 

Robert D. Crowley ... 

Hugh J. Cassidy 

Harry W. Chase 

Eugene A. Fournier ... 

Percy DesRoche 

Arthur S. Tuttle 

Robert A. Barclay 

Phillip D. Sandler ... 

Hugh A. Lynn 

James F. McDonald . 
Raymond F. Mead ... 

John D. Brown 

Ernest L. Stevens ... 
Arthur W. Arsenault 
Edward E. Granfield . 
Alphonse D. Poisson . 



.Ruth Hurlbutt 
.Frances Chase 
. Bernice Locke 
.Elizabeth A. Gannon 
.Frances McBain 
.Doris K. Keith 
.Anna F. Danforth 
.Mary H. Manning 
.Doris Phelps 
.Anita Cozzi 
.Mary Morrison 
. Leona Daneault 
.Evelyn H. Freeman 
.Rita Robechand 
.Leona Lacoy 
.Violet Beauregard 
.Alice M. Spaulding 
.Blanche Laucia 
.Leona Bassett 
.Gladys Gould 
.Eunice E. Barrett 
.Mary E. Spillane 
.Adah I. Salmon 
.Mary F. O'Brien 
. Eveleen Sargent 
.Rita V. Stevens 
.Josephine O. Landry 
.Evelyn Dickenson 
.Dorothy Swain 



218 



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DECEMBER 



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12 
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14 
14 
15 
15 
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21 
22 
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Date Child's Name 

2 Beatrice Eva 

2 - 

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5 
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John Thomas .... 
Guy Vinson Jr. 
Donald Clarence 
Paul Edward .... 
Nancy Ann 



Dana Wesley 

John 

Robert William . 

Richard John 

Patricia Ann 

David Franklin .. 

Olive Thelma 

Robert Carlton ... 

Patti 

Peta 

David John 

David Bernard ... 

Barbara 

Charlotte Hazel .. 
Vincent Anthony 

Joan Audrey 

Shirley Ann 

Walter Leo, Jr. .. 
Jan Gustaf 



Madeline Elaine 
Shirley Eileen . 



Madison Armand 

Sandra 

Carol 

Janet Irene 

D'avid Noel 

James Robert 

William Bruce .... 
Walter Richard .. 
William Edward 

Judith 

Edith Pay 



Mother's 
Father's Name Maiden Name 

William W. Allen Carolyn Hemstock 

Orvile Sornberger Margaret Greenwood 

John Thomas Keegan Rose Martel 

Guy V. Pike Charla Maxfield 

Julian V. Lemay Annie Bernier 

James F. Maloney Deona A. Langton 

Clark R. Hartford Lucy F. Marshall 

James Lillios Jane Vasilion 

C. Wesley Call Margaret Picton 

Alice Cliche 

Elmer W. Keefe Mary Reardon 

Athanase Bolduc Norma Matthieu 

John Henry Boland Elma M. Wallace 

H. Franklin Parker Alice Marston 

Norman Edward Perkins ....Thelma Briggs 

Carl Hazelton Abbott Flossie E. Plummer 

Arthur D. Lockwood Anna Millis 

Arthur D. Lockwood Anna Millis 

Romaine A. Williams Mary E. Healey 

Floyd W. Williams Florence E. West 

Medric J. LaBlanc Ruth A. Dunstane 

Lester A. Spear Julia Seaward 

Salvatore Marcellino Mary M. Russo 

Henry A. Willey Gertrude Davidson 

Origne LeBlanc Antionette Fanny 

Walter L. Matulaitis Ivy A. Palmer 

Gustaf A. Swansan Beatrice McAlpine 

Frank S. Watkins Leah M. Whittemore 

Roger Faretra Pauline Maryhochiatto 

John Pendergast Mary Doherty 

Fred E. Miller Eva M. Gerald 

Madison A. Bailey Bessie M. LaBonty 

Richard S. Holmgren Virginia Shedd 

Arthur G. Ansart, Jr Ruth Young 

Phillip A. Fortin Marianna Beaupre 

Joseph P. Brochu Marjorie Buhner 

Henry R. Welch Katherine T. Daley 

John H. Huckins Helen M. Gordon 

Walter Emerson Sarah D. Keyes 

William E. Barker Anne Wilcox 

George W. Randall Florence Rolfe 

Charles N. Winslow Viola Stevens 



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JANUARY 



Date Name Years 

2 George Miner 78 

4 Jessie A. Soule 83 

6 Mary A. Le3 82 

7 Florence N. Little 76 

8 Hannah E. Must en 65 

10 Edward M. Proctor 72 

10 Matilda Giddis 73 

15 Annie McNeil Stark 83 

19 Joseph A. Stone 74 

22 Mary Niles 68 

22 Annie Corliss Morrison 70 

22 Marietta Dalrymple 80 

24 Fred B. Wilson 70 

29 Victoria Maltais 52 

31 Margaret Ann Crowley 61 

31 Michael Barnicle 57 



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1 Nora Elizabeth Lavery 47 

1 Bertha C. Bolfe 65 

2 Harriett Matilda Carpenter 84 

3 Vincenza Palumbo Faretra 70 

6 Edward Nathaniel Sawyer 68 

7 Laura A. Couillard 77 

9 Robert Merrill Long 17 

14 John Henry St. Amand 61 

14 Oscar Davis 70 

17 Sarah Ann Rowell 72 

18 Catherine Josephine D'aley 64 

19 Ellen Hannah Monier 83 

19 Mrs. Nettie Case 67 

20 Albert Nelson Baker Jr 6 

21 Mary C. Latouche 81 

23 Medi Francis Landry 37 

24 Frederick R. Roberts 68 

25 William Andrew Lee 76 

25 Carrie F. Bartlett 71 

27 William Henry Patten 83 



AGE 




lonths 


Day, 


3 


27 


9 


20 


3 


11 


8 


1 


7 


7 


10 


20 


1 




1 


13 


1 


26 


4 




8 


3 




1 


4 


14 


2 


26 


7 


17 


5 


19 


4 


21 


10 


16 




5 


11 


22 



230 



CITY OF CONCORD 



MARCH 



Date Name Years 

5 Fred C. Piper 80 

6 Anna H. Quimby 73 

6 Alice M. Heath 63 

6 Leocardie Lessard Ramsey 78 

8 Corrine Bertha Mitchell 

10 James H. Grant 51 

13 Mary Helen Roberts Ladd 57 

18 Joseph McGonagle 51 

19 Theresa V. Wilcox 84 

22 Ellen M. Arnold 77 

25 William H. Marston 53 

30 George G. Whitcomb 62 

30 Ellen Augusta Parker 91 



AGE 




Months 


Day, 




9 


8 


27 


3 


7 


2 


19 


10 


17 


2 


2 


11 


17 


6 


2 


5 


15 


1 


9 


7 


3 


4 


20 



APRIL 



Date Na me Years 

2 William Jameson 65 

4 Joseph Carter 67 

4 T. Clinton Billiard 78 

7 Etta M. .Colburn 74 

8 Harold J. Connor 45 

8 Lew Weston Gilmore 41 

9 Edgar Dimond Eastman 72 

9 John Jemery 69 

13 Thomas Hill 89 

13 Harriett E. McCoy 86 

14 Alice E. Peabody 77 

15 Jennie Barton Davis 85 

17 Henry Morrill 80 

21 Peter Sanborn 81 

24 Ida Sanborn 63 

27 Emmagene Chandler Kimball 65 

28 Lyman John Downs 61 

29 Sarah Matilda Brown Eaton 81 



AGE 




Months 


Days 


11 


18 


9 


27 


4 


2 


7 


5 


5 


15 




7 


6 


6 


10 


7 


3 


19 


5 


6 


1 


28 


9 


8 


6 




11 


19 


10 




7 


8 


3 


28 


9 


9 



MAY 



Date Name Years 

1 Alice J. Cutting 82 

1 Susie B. Smart 54 

2 Isaac Fortin 84 

2 Dorothy E. Curtis 89 

7 Sadie Mabel LaFleur 51 

8 Bethel M. Gagnon 32 

12 Maurice Geary 72 

17 Mary F. Clifford 78 



AGE 




Months 


Days 


5 


18 


9 


24 


1 


7 


11 


9 


11 


28 


1 


23 


9 


27 


11 


8 



DEATHS 



231 



MAY— Concluded 



Da te Na m e Years 

21 Margaret Harrington 82 

24 Irvin W. Porter 52 

25 Susan Ellen Parmenter 76 

26 Cora M. Streeter 66 

26 Frederick I. Blackwood 62 

28 Mary Ann Melsaac 57 

28 Irvin A. Burbank 82 

28 Daniel Weed Currier 57 

29 Amos L. Dickerman 60 

30 David Levasseur 81 

31 Mary Abbie Dakin 81 



AGE 




Months 


Days 


11 


21 


3 


24 


4 


29 


6 


6 


11 


8 


11 


5 


1 


10 


9 


21 


3 


2 


2 


15 


11 


16 



JUNE 



Date Name Years 

5 Alice Maxfield McLeod 73 

8 Delbert F. Cousens 54 

? Francis P. Duarte 17 

12 Nellie M. Knox 68 

12 John Elvin Sweet 59 

13 Horatio B. Hammond 72 

15 Edward Murphy 27 

19 Carleton L. Gibbs 72 

21 Ella Elvira Coburn 70 

21 F. Scott Rogers 58 

23 Henry M. Heath 82 

24 Pearl B. Donaghey 38 

28 Joseph Samuel Ogden 73 



AGE 




Moutlis 


Day: 


3 


4 


1 


25 


10 




10 


3 


7 


9 


9 


11 


10 


7 


1 


15 


10 


24 


4 


3 


2 


15 


8 - 


23 


10 


26 



JULY 



Date Name Years 

3 Julia E. Pease 76 

4 Frank W. Paige 83 

4 William H. McGirr 64 

7 Edward S. Willis 54 

8 Albert I. Foster 73 

10 Sarah Jane (Adams) Piper 84 

10 Elmer E. Senter 74 

14 Mary Fredette 76 

16 Harry A. D'anforth 60 

21 Frank W. Follansbee 86 

27 Alvin Benton Cross 78 

27 John Joseph Maloney 62 

27 Claud Renard Morey 53 

28 Edith L. Nutting 67 



AGE 




Months 


Days 


9 


23 


6 


26 


7 


26 


6 


15 


1 


1 


3 


9 


1 


10 


5 


10 


6 


15 


1 


5 




23 


1 


3 


6 


27 


11 


10 



232 



CITY OF CONCORD 



AUGUST 



Date Name Years 

1 Linda H. Whittier 80 

3 George H. Spearman 47 

4 Thomas James Moran 74 

5 John James Nicholson 66 

6 Olive H. Howe 64 

14 S. Andrew Smith 75 

14 Axel Edward Stenberg 56 

17 John Augustine Lyster 72 

17 George W. Heath 79 

20 Alvah Eugene Savage 85 

21 Alice P. Duteher 49 

23 Otto Anderson 67 

24 Alfred J. Miner 

24 Charles Henry Qua 87 

25 Esther Ann Phillips 84 

25 Margaret Alice Kiley „. 54 

26 Israel Beaulieu 77 



AGE 




Months 


Da us 


11 


12 


2 


17 


6 


13 


4 


2 


3 


28 


3 


5 


11 


7 


1 


28 


7 


22 


8 


19 


2 


9 




22 




3 


8 


7 


8 


9 


1 


6 



SEPTEMBER 



Date Xante Years 

1 Lillie C. Todd 66 

2 Elmer E. Young 69 

3 Sarah J. Benjamin 83 

7 John E. McQuire 74 

8 Agnes Elizabeth Coakley 39 

14 Levi Lorenzo Heath 75 

18 Mary F. Gibson 96 



AGE 




'onths 


Day 


1 




11 


27 


10 


14 


6 




6 


7 


9 


16 


7 


19 



OCTOBER 



Date Same Years 

2 Alberto C. Chase 72 

4 Frank H. Cuirier 82 

5 James Elverton Whitney 72 

7 Floyd G. Marden 

7 Luke E. Howland 63 

9 Georgia Randlett 92 

10 Susan H. McMahon 68 

10 John Welch 46 

13 Eva G. Bennett 56 

14 Lillis E. Healy 73 

14 Marie Leduc 85 

15 Anne G. Smith 72 

16 Martin Foy 70 

16 Lillian Yeaton 62 



AGE 




Months 


Days 


7 


25 


7 


6 


6 


7 




3 


9 


21 


1 


14 


3 




9 


17 


3 


7 


11 


7 


9 


17 


4 


9 


11 


1 


9 


28 



DEATHS 233 



OCTOBER— Concluded 



Date Name Years 

18 Arthur Proud 76 

21 James Nicholas Owens 48 

25 Oder Bruce Piper Chase 56 

26 Ellen Nora Hunt 88 

27 Michael J. Lyons 55 

28 Mathilda Clappin 99 

3() William Nelson Findlay 66 

31 Arthur M. Stearns 71 



NOVEMBER 



Date Name Years 

1 Marie Cadarette 93 

3 James C. Smith 71 

5 Cora Etta Holt 72 

5 Helen Rose Shaw 55 

6 Esther C. Aldrich 73 

12 Delia Hayes 85 

12 Fred A. Fellows 60 

12 Chas. Duncan 64 

14 Susan Dadmun 92 

16 Henrietta C. Levensaler 85 

19 Sarah Virgin Sanborn 81 

23 James Edward Doyle 57 

25 Lillian P. Fifield 68 

27 Robert A. Hancock 84 

29 Frank E. Carter 66 



DECEMBER 



Date Name Years 

1 Marie (Martin) Boisvert 64 

2 John Freeman 77 

3 John D. Ryan 86 

4 Alice C. Lock Rolfe 77 

5 Sophia Wood Lyle 88 

10 Margaret Elizabeth Raymond 77 

11 Louisa Lacoy 78 

12 Fred D. Mitchell 66 

12 Richard John Bolduc 

13 Matilda S. Stevens 66 

14 James Francis Condry , 35 

14 Harry G. Rolfe 64 

15 Nellie M. Clough 83 

16 Albert Joseph Deragon 45 



>nths 


Days 


11 


26 


6 


4 


4 


25 


2 


7 


6 


23 


5 


18 


4 


22 



AGE 




Muni lis 


Days 


5 


24 


7 


15 


7 


10 


2 


7 


4 


15 


3 


5 




7 


7 


24 


3 


25 




16 


5 


26 


10 


22 


7 


12 


4 


5 


2 


7 



AGE 




31 on tli s 


Days 


3 


1 




17 


5 


19 




26 


7 


25 


10 


6 


7 


23 


6 


24 




2% 


5 


15 


1 


12 


5 


9 


6 


18 


7 


5 



234 CITY OF CONCORD 



DECEMBER— Concluded 



Date Name Years 

17 Westly J. Merrill 78 

18 Rebecca M. Grace 25 

19 Anna B. Buchanan 70 

22 Charles Magnus Nordstrom 71 

22 Mattie Jane Robbins 47 

24 J. Louis Cass 86 

25 Phil S. Pettingill 71 

25 Charles Perley Riford 54 

25 Pauline King 77 

27 Josie L. Gilman 57 

29 John E. Cornell 71 

30 Susan M. Moore 96 



A (IE 




Months 


Days 


6 


26 


7 


8 


8 


11 


4 


3 


9 




8 




4 


1 


10 


2 


2 


13 


7 


2 


11 


3 


8 


8 



AGE 




Months 


Da in 


10 


11 



2 




2 


2 


6 


5 


10 


9 


11 


5 


o 


29 


4 




10 


2 


1 


15 


7 


6 



DEATHS 235 

Deaths Eegistered at the New Hampshire State Hospital for the 
year ending December 31, 1936 

JANUARY 



Date Name Years 

2 Ethel Munrn 71 

2 John O. Hodgdon 49 

4 Arthur Lemay 31 

5 Marion M. Woodley 68 

5 Mary Wiggin 91 

9 Joseph A. Cilley 78 

9 Sidney Perley Bunker 90 

11 Charles Benware 75 

11 John Stanton 66 

14 George M. Morse 80 

15 Victoria Lamay 66 

15 Joseph Gingras 72 

18 Mary A. Lyons 84 

19 Ida Beaudet 70 

26 Sarah O'Callaghan 47 

28 Clifton Carroll 

30 Nellie T. Young 77 10 10 



FEBRUARY 



Date Name Years 

3 Cyrus C. Trevett 77 

3 Daniel Waterhouse 71 

3 Charles E. Boyce 88 

5 Henriette Riviere 75 

6 Mary Tuttle 61 

7 Mary Kurta 53 

8 Frank Harriman 74 

11 Laura Thompson 46 

12 Florence Welch 45 

12 Arthur Piper 65 

14 Elizabeth Lasonde 81 

16 George F. Gibbs 90 

17 Clara Smith Chase 84 

18 Alma L. Clifford 52 

18 Albert B. Fopiano 55 

18 George N. Crockett 68 

20 Eleanor May Thornton 34 

21 Elizabeth A. Taylor 68 

23 Anna Fahey 62 

25 Mary Palmer 84 

25 Annie C. Smith 76 



AGE 




r onths 


Days 


2 


3 


9 




4 


18 


7 


1 


7 


12 


11 


14 


2 


18 


1 


6 


1 


30 


4 


7 


1 


25 


7 


2 


1 


28 


10 


15 


3 


2 


3 


28 


9 


21 


8 


19 


3 


1 



236 



CITY OF CONCORD 



MARCH 



Date Xante Years 

1 Edmond Brisson 55 

8 Frank H. McAlpine 81 

9 Pamela Chamberlain 60 

11 Samuel Newell Furber 77 

17 Lydia Newman 86 

18 Archie Vance 56 

20 Gerald A. Cullen 51 

22 Mary A. McBennett 77 

24 Ashley Pelkey , 87 

25 Leon Duquette 42 

25 William Murray 70 

28 Edwin Blood 86 

28 Helen M. Lawrence 47 

30 Bessie Goodell 21 

30 Wilbur O. Briggs 54 



AGE 




Months 


Days 


8 


2 


11 


4 


3 


12 


11 


21 


4 


14 


2 


10 


11 


9 


1 


13 


7 


14 




24 




15 


2 


12 



APRIL 



Date Name Years 

2 Reuben Pike 81 

4 Doutille Forrest 82 

6 Charles Allison 71 

6 William F. Perrin 52 

9 Orlando Barnes 78 

10 Eben S. Locke 70 

11 Mary Woodbury 88 

13 Louise King 72 

13 George Wheadon 89 

14 Thomas W. Woodward 54 

15 Etta Heywood 75 

21 Stanley Jawarski 42 

22 Edward Garveau 66 

24 Susan Terry 63 

29 George Arsenault 28 

30 Fred St. John 78 



AGE 




Months 


Days 


1 


20 


11 


5 


1 


22 


6 


9 




18 


1 




4 


25 




2 


3 


1 


2 




1 


24 


5 


10 


10 


20 



MAY 



Date Name Years 

2 Grilla Caron 72 

3 Martha Glick 75 

4 James Bulla 64 

8 Edward LaCroix 51 

9 Rosalie M. Charest 75 

11 Felix Pouliot 83 



AGE 




Months 


Days 


11 


29 


4 


8 


5 


15 


3 


22 


5 


29 



DEATHS 



237 



MAY — Concluded 



Date Name Years 

16 Annie Brooks 70 

17 Florence Chausse 29 

17 .... Chausse 

18 Thomas Philbrick 82 

22 Nina Copp 55 

23 Catherine Carr 76 

27 Lillian Younkers 55 

30 Mary Shugrue 71 

31 Sadie Libbey 46 



AGE 

Months 



Days 

16 

S- 
21 



JUNE 



Date Name Years 

1 Florence Sarette 38 

4 Angus Nickerson 80 

16 Fred N. Hall 43 

20 Nellie Sewell 72 

25 Louise Venues 79 

26 George Ward 84 

26 George A. England 59 

28 George Roy 67 

30 Adelaide Gage 93 



AGE 




\Ionths 


Days 


6 


27 


5 


6 


9 


1 


11 


24 


1 


5 


4 


17 


7 


6 


7 


5 



JULY 



Date Name Years 

6 James Roper 87 

7 Levi M. Shorey 88 

8 Emma Matilda Sargent 82 

8 Ida Whittum 79 

8 Carrie D'ay 74 

9 Arcade ETubois 84 

11 Arthur L. Pease 68 

11 Maude E. Challis 79 

11 Mary Cotter 85 

19 Charles Pontbriaud 69 

24 Nellie May Furber 78 

23 Flora Gardner Braley 69 

25 Isabelle Fletcher 85 

25 Alexandrine Lemoine 64 

26 Elizabeth Flanders 82 

27 Thomas J. Harrison ■ 57 

28 Virginia Loranger 75 

31 Mary Rutkowski 35 



AGE 




Months 


Day, 


2 


18 


3 


3 


1 


14 




10 


4 


22 


10 


17 



11 

22 
28 

1 

29 



238 



CITY OF CONCORD 



AUGUST 



Date Name Years 

2 Patrick Lee 75 

5 Walter C. Glidden 69 

9 Mary N. Crowell 80 

10 William Farnham 54 

11 Blanche W. Wellman 60 

13 Eliza Douville 58 

15 Alice M. Ashton 36 

18 James Smith 65 

22 Ernest Benway 68 



AGE 




Months 


Day< 


2 


3 


10 


14 


11 


11 


7 




2 


7 




24 


1 


1 


3 


19 



SEPTEMBER 



Date Name Years 

6 William H. Taylor 82 

6 Vasilos Kounelos 85 

11 Carl P. Wesson 76 

12 Edward J. Brown 79 

12 Myron Currier 83 

12 Hattie L. Bell 75 

19 Maude Martin 58 

21 Lydia Pratte 43 

22 Mary Petitclair 61 

25 Marcus Nye 82 

27 Emery C. Towle 64 



AGE 




Months 


Days 


3 


25 


9 


3 


7 




7 


29 


8 


29 


10 


14 




27 


6 





OCTOBER 



Date Name Years 

3 Julius A. Morse 74 

9 Anderson Crouse 50 

9 Margaret M. Woods 47 

11 Rose Marston 93 

12 Lucia M. Priest 76 

15 Troy Giltmore 36 

16 Nathan P. Cogswell 76 

17 Albina "Veroneau 54 

18 Emma Fitts 84 

28 Delia Pournier 47 

29 Ada M. Twombley 69 

29 Helen Maclntyre 30 

30 Hannah Farmer 70 

31 Hannah Erickson 66 



AGE 




'onths 


Day, 


4 


28 


6 


4 


1 


27 


8 


14 


2 


23 


1 


14 



6 
27 



DEATHS 



239 



NOVEMBER 



Date Name Years 

2 Germaine LaPlamme 35 

2 John Boynton 81 

10 Vivian Rumphrey 24 

10 Roscoe Crediford 65 

10 Ned B. Straw 75 

16 Harrison Fernald 48 

19 Minnie T. Aiken 68 

25 John Lord 69 

28 Arthur F. Ingram 79 



AGE 




lonths 


Days 


2 




7 


20 




8 


1 


1 


4 


30 




2 


9 


30 


7 


13 



DECEMBER 



Date Name Years 

1 Molly Chase 49 

4 Aldea Payette 43 

4 Francois Dellaire 52 

5 Dolor Lapone 67 

6 Sarah Rafuse 53 

11 James R. Valentine 70 

13 Fred Bingham 83 

15 Aurelie Spenard 68 

17 Joseph Brassaux 71 

18 George W. French 75 

23 Herbert Clark 69 

24 Frank Blake 81 

26 Eddie C. Sanborn 70 

26 John P. Heath 83 

28 Jules Caouette 74 



AGE 




Months 


Days 


11 


3 


7 


21 


2 


20 


9 


18 


7 


29 


11 


25 


6 


27 


11 


8 


11 


8 


9 


9 



240 CITY OF CONCORD 

Deaths Registered at the New Hampshire Memorial Hospital 
for the year ending December 31, 1936 

JANUARY 

AGE 
Date Name Years Months Days 

29 Elith B. Oaverly 57 7 8 

FEBRUARY 



Date A a me 1 ears 

22 Doris G. Knight 38 

23 Jennie H. Nelson 64 

24 Norman Clarence Smith 

27 William Severance 5hrs. 

MARCH 



Date Name Years 

6 Jra Herbert Adams Poore 60 

9 Laura Herbert 26 

10 Etta Slack Buswell 70 



AGE 




Mo at Its 


Days 


8 


19 


3 


10 



AGE 




Months 


Days 


11 


4 


1 


10 


6 


1 



AGE 




'ontlis 


Days 


10 


17 



APRIL 



Date Name Years 
3 M. Victor Mcsley 74 

10 .... Frost 

11 Susan M. Brightman 63 7 16 

MAY 

AGE 
Iiati Name Years Months Days 

10 Alice Presby 17 11 

27 Smith 

28 Ralph R. Cass 57 3 27 

JUNE 



Date Name Years 

6 Eva May Murphy 43 

24 George Edw. Cooper 29 



AGE 




Months 


Days 


11 


30 


6 


16 



DEATHS 



241 



JULY 



Date Name Years 

1 Ida May Peverly Kimball 66 

19 Will E. Gove 82 

27 Emma Perrault 24 



AGE 
Months 

7 



Days 



AUGUST 



Date Name Years 
3 Frederick Charles Andrew Jr 3 

25 Elizabeth M. Swornstadt 49 

26 Eva May DeLaMater 50 



AGE 




Months 


Days 


11 


5 


4 


28 


2- 





SEPTEMBER 



Years 

62 

27 Benjamin Franklin Kenney 77 



Date Name 

27 Joseph H. Gregoire 



AGE 




Months 


Days 


3 


6 


7 


10 



OCTOBER 



Date Name Years 

2 Ordway 

11 Luella Prentiss 76 

12 David B. Ash 72 

13 Barbara Ann Taylor 

24 Domino LaClaire 83 

31 Addie B. Colby 59 

31 Annie Sadie Webster 55 



AGE 




Months 


Days 




1 


1 


16 


7 


21 




3 lirs. 


8 


13 


8 


29 


8 


8 



NOVEMBER 



Date Name Years 

9 Mary Elaine Crowley 65 

9 Annie B. Stewart 75 

17 Everett O. Foss 64 

18 Charles H. Quimby 69 

20 Metro Costa 60 

26 Lizzie Worth 90 

27 Eugene Marston Hinds 78 

27 F^-ank L. Whitcomb 86 



AGE 




Months 


Days 




8 


6 


13 


3 


21 


9 


15 




27 


1 




5 


20 



242 CITY OF CONCORD 



DECEMBER 



Date Name Years 

11 Olive Perkins 

17 Sam B. Haynes 77 

22 Alma N. Page 84 

28 Ernest Clifton Smith 63 

31 Walter Herman Ford 77 



AGE 




Months 


Days 




12 hrs. 


5 


28 


7 


15 


11 




1 


7 



DEATHS 



243 



Deaths Registered at the Margaret Fillsbury General Hospital 
for the year ending December 31, 1936 



JANUARY 



Date Name Years 

3 Patrick Joseph Sheehan Jr 2 

9 Harlan V. Woods 13 

14 — Morono 

18 Joseph L. McAuley 41 

18 Leonard E. Marston 

20 Henry Joseph Roy 40 

24 Mary Elizabeth Callahan 59 

27 Mary Margaret Mann 49 

30 Zinn 

30 Zinn (twin) 

31 Dorothy Irene Zinn 19 

31 Novak 



AGE 
Months 
2 
2 



Days 

14 

6 

26 

2 

8 

21 

10 



25 



FEBRUARY 



Date Name Years 

3 Marion A. Whittier 49 

4 Phillip M. Miller 5 

6 Mary J. Rolfe 51 

7 Joseph Stanwood Chase 75 

12 James Paul Halligau 

16 Henry Burr Foote 50 

17 Horace Gale 66 

17 Florence R. MacLeod 76 

20 Charles D. Currier 75 

20 Margaret Spain 61 

22 Clifton Fifield 43 

22 May Dora Randall 40 

24 Cynthia Ann Butt 1 



AGE 




'onths 


Days 




12 


7 


13 


6 


4 


10 


25 


10 


13 


5 




1 


15 


7 


8 


6 


26 


6 


12 


11 


15 



MARCH 



Date Name Years 

5 Frederick A. Messer 87 

6 Roland Houston 21 

7 Christopher Cunningham 74 

8 Frederic Besse 68 

14 Cornelius Lyons 73 

16 Michael Meola 56 

16 Joseph H. Brunell 60 

19 McGee 

27 Joseph I. Huse 72 

28 Donald Robert Clarke 6 



AGE 




'ontlts 


Days 


11 


22 


9 


19 




2 


8 


20 


2 


6 


5 


25 


9 


9 


6 


7 



244 



CITY OF CONCORD 



APRIL 



Date Name Years 

1 Laura B. Merrill 69 

2 Philias Berthiaume 59 

2 Joseph T. Powers 39 

2 Delia Beatrice French 52 

4 Miller 

9 Smith 

19 Frederick A. Cochrane 63 

19 Robert Faretra 

21 Albert Hamilton Taft 29 

26 Thompson 

27 Margaret T. Halligan 66 

30 Harold Kimball Stevens 2 



AGE 

Mo nl lis 



Days 
1 
25 



28 



1 


9 


9 


4 


9 


27 




hrs. 


1 


27 


10 


22 



MAY 



Date Name Years 

1 George A. Morrill **7 

8 Walter Geo. Ames 59 

11 Edmund L. Mount 25 

11 John F. Carter 79 

11 Esta Florence McPherson 67 

19 Walter D. Laramie 50 

19 Frederick Joseph Gonyer 67 

21 Earle F. King 49 

21 Forrest 

31 Charles N. Winslow 35 

31 Lucien Gaudrault 70 



AGE 




Months 


Days 


10 


14 


3 


2 


8 


29 


9 


8 


5 


1 


7 


9 


9 


18 


11 


2 


11 


21 


6 


25 



JUNE 



Date Name Years 

4 Edward C. Frost 52 

5 Mary E. Hutchinson 63 

8 Eli Fancy 72 

13 Joseph Belanger 48 

14 Wellington Carpenter 75 

23 Butman 

25 Jenkins 



AGE 




Mont Its 


Days 




13 




23 


7 


7 


11 


26 


2 


29 




10 hrs. 



DEATHS 



245 



JULY 



Date Name Years 

8 David L. Hodgman 

12 Julia Elizabeth Talpey 72 

12 Elsie Hood 42 

17 Nancy L. Tilden 1 

21 King 

23 Charles Fowler 53 

27 Emma Louise Coburn 56 

28 Elizabeth Frances Fox 21 



Months 


Days 




21 


7 


1 




10 


2 


3 


10 


23 


11 


21 





25 



AUGUST 



Date Name Years 

2 Blanche E. Ashe 43 

4 Wm. H. T. Read 72 

10 Ethel N. Horton 57 

22 Albert Phillip LaHar 80 

22 Frank P. Quimby 79 

22 Elizabeth Chalmers 68 

30 David Callahan 



AGE 




Mont lis 


Days 


9 


24 


6 


19 


1 




5 


4 


10 


26 


1 


11 




3 



SEPTEMBER 



Date Name Years 

9 Marcus Burton Wellman 59 

12 Regina Louise Anderson 61 

17 Godbout 

19 Loraine A. Tracy 73 

19 Rachel A. W. Pike 69 

21 Austin Bates Stuart 6 

22 Mary A. McFarland 59 

26 Bowman S. Stone 1 

28 Walter M. Burnham 74 



AGE 




Months 


Days 


3 


4 




5 




25 


5 


8 


11 


27 


4 


21 


9 


21 


11 


4 


11 


5 



OCTOBER 



Date Name Years 

5 Edward M. Sawyer 85 

11 Annie F. Crowley 67 

13 Nellie Alice French 66 

21 Ina Blake 62 

21 Dr. Edward Delaney 58 

23 Sarah R. Reed 57 

24 Therese Lamy 

25 Jennie A. Tittemore 65 

25 Yvette S. Tucker 26 

30 Philip C. Rackley 41 



AGE 




Months 


Days 


4 


10 


6 


24 


6 


8 


2 


19 


6 


8 


3 


12 


5 


5 


2 


19 


8 


9 


8 


9 



246 CITY OF CONCORD 



NOVEMBER 



Date Name Years 

4 Edwin P. Cloudman 27 

13 Delia Call 33 

13 Walter Bowers 23 

14 Nora A. Walsh 61 

26 Gavyetta M. Sawyer 77 

27 Clarice M. Franks 50 

29 Brown 



DECEMBER 



AGE 




Months 


Days 


6 


10 


4 


13 


1 


20 


10 


4 


6 


26 


10 


4 



Date Name Years 

3 Sornberger 

4 Wallace LaTullipe 

6 Lois Eileen Batchelder 14 

9 Walter A. Brackett 64 

10 Nelson James Meader 23 

11 Martha J. Moore 58 

12 Barbara LeBlanc 

15 Watkins 

28 Weston George Perrin 17 1 25 



AGE 




Months 


Days 




1 


2 


29 


5 


12 


10 


16 


6 


1 


3 


29 



DEATHS 



247 



Deaths Registered at Christian Science Pleasant View Home 
for the year ending December 31, 1936 



JANUARY 



Date Name 

9 Sarah Henderson .... 
12 Emma F. D. Sanford 



Years 

.. 91 
.. 73 



AGE 

Months 

10 

10 



Days 
16 
16 



FEBRUARY 



Date Name Years 
9 Minnie M. Vought 77 

10 Ella M. Nazro 83 

11 Eva Eldora Bunker 74 

29 Josie Hillegass 70 



Months 


Days 


1 


29 


6 


22 


6 


17 


3 


16 



APRIL 



Date Name Years 

4 Henrietta Maria Davis 78 

16 Benjamin L. Lane 78 



AGE 




Months 


Days 


7 


8 


1 


20 



SEPTEMBER 



Date Name 

19 Bertha Mehring 



Years 

.. 82 



AGE 
Months 
7 



Days 
19 



OCTOBER 



Date Name 

13 Clara L. Nangle 

14 Clara Dreyer .... 



Years 
.. 83 

.. 77 



AGE 

Months 
7 



Days 



NOVEMBER 


Date Name 

10 Carrie Louise Bucklin . 


Years 
77 


AGE 
Months 

7 


Days 

7 


DECEMBER 


Date Name 
3 Martha W Bartlett 


Years 
98 


AGE 
Months 
1 


Days 
23 









248 CITY OF CONCORD 

Deaths Registered at Odd Fellows Home for the year 
ending December 31, 1936 

FEBRUARY 

AGE 
Date Name Years Months 

5 Giles O. Thompson 86 7 

27 Warren Plummer Otis 80 4 



Days 

5 

18 



AUGUST 


Date Name 

18 Solomon N. Otis 




Years 

74 


AGE 
Months 


Days 








OCTOBER 


Date Name 




Years 

88 


AGE 
Months 

1 


Days 
2 








DECEMBER 


Date Name 
8 Sadie P. Dennett 




Years 

.. 68 


AGE 
Months 
9 


Days 
24 



DEATHS 

Deaths Registered at Home for the Aged for the year 
ending December 31, 1936 



249 



FEBRUARY 


Date 

27 Sarah 


Name 


Years 
86 


AGE 
Months 
1 


Days 
29 










MAY 


Date 

11 Mary 


Name 

W. Willard .... 


Years 
82 


AGE 
Months 
2 


Days 

28 






SEPTEMBER 






Date 
4 Ellen 


Name 

E. Colby 


Years 
90 


AGE 
Months 
1 


Days 



250 CITY OF CONCORD 

Deaths Registered at Saint Paul's School Infirmary 
ending December 31, 1936 

MAY 

AQE 
Date Name Years Months Days 

31 Willard Scudder 68 3 13 



DEATHS 251 

Deaths Registered at State Prison 

AUGUST 

AOE 
Date Name Years Months Days 

3 Edward R. Donohue 44 5 22 



INDEX 



PAGE 

Assessors, board of, report of 114 

Board of Health, See Sanitary Department. 

Bonded indebtedness 159 

Building Inspector, report of 91 

City Clerk, report of 98 

government, departments, personnel of, 1936 34 

officials 36 

commissions of cemeteries 38 

health officers 39 

park commissioners 40 

plumbers, board of examiners of 39 

public library, trustees of 38 

recreation commission 40 

trustees of trust funds 40 

undertakers 38 

ward officers 41 

water-works, city, commissioners 39 

Engineering department, report of 82 

Financial statement 190 

Fire department, report of 70 

Hydrant Commissioners, report of board of 92 

Mayors of the City of Concord, list of 44 

Mayor's Inaugural Address 3 

Milk inspector, report of Ill 

Municipal debts 202 

regulations 2 

court, report of 105 

Ordinances and resolutions 7 

Overseer of Poor, report of 101 

Parks 126 

Plumbers, report of board of examiners 93 

Police department, report of 75 

Polls, valuation, etc., from 1926 116 



PAGE 

Population 206 

Precincts, debts of 204 

Property, city, inventory of 206 

Public library, report of 96 

Sanitary department, board of health, report of 106 

Sealer of weights and measures, report of 103 

Securities, maturity of 183 

Solicitor, city, report of 127 

Tax collector, report of 119 

Treasurer, balance sheet of 169 

Treasurer, condensed statement, bond account 178 

Trustees, trust funds, report of 129 

Trust funds 135 

Vital statistics, tables of 206 

Water department, report of 47 

treasurer's condensed statement 168