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AMENDATORY OF AN ORDINANCE
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NORFOLK COUNTY JOURNAL PRESS.
CITY OF ROXBURY.
In Common Council, April 6, 1857.
Read once, and upon motion of Mr. Perkins laid on the table, and 50
copies ordered to be printed for the use of the Council.
JOSHUA SEAVER, Clerk.
AMENDATORY OP "AN ORDINANCE REGULATING THE
FIRE DEPARTMENT OF THE CITY OF ROXBURY."
Be it ordained by the City Council of the City of Rox-
bury, as follows :
Section 1. That Ordinance No. 47 be and hereby is
Sect. 2. The members of the several companies shall
not assemble in the houses entrusted to their care, except
for the purpose of taking the engine or apparatus, on an
alarm of fire, and of returning the same to the house, and
taking the necessary care of said apparatus after its re-
turn ; and excepting for the business meetings of the com-
panies. And any member violating this regulation herein
made, shall be liable to be discharged from the Depart-
ment by the Mayor and Aldermen. This regulation shall
not apply to the officers and stewards of the several com-
Sect. 3. No person not connected with the Depart-
ment shall enter the different engine houses in the city, for
any other purpose than to render assistance in taking or
returning the engine or engines, or apparatus, on an alarm
of fire. And any person so offending shall forfeit the sum
of five dollars, to be recovered on complaint made to the
Presiding Justice of the Police Court of said city.
Sect. 4. This Ordinance shall go into effect on and
after its passage.
In Board of Aldermen, March 2, 1857.
Passed to be enrolled. Sent down.
JOSEPH W. TUCKER, City Clerk.