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MUNICIPAL REGISTER 



CONTAINING 



RULES AND ORDERS 



RECENT 



THE CITY COUNCIL, 

LAWS AND ORDINANCES, 

LIST OF THE MEMBERS OF THE GOVERNMENT, 

AND THE 

OFFICERS OF THE CITY OF BOSTON, 



1 844. 



BOSTON: 

JOHN H. EASTBURN, CITY PRINTER. 
1844. 



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in 2010 with funding from 

Boston Public Library 



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CITY OF BOSTO 



JOINT RULES AND ORDERS 



OF THS 



CITY COUNCIL 



Sect. 1. At the commencement of the Municipal 
year, the following Joint Standing Committees shall 
be chosen by ballot, viz : 

A Committee on Finance — 

To consist of the Mayor and seven members of the 
Common Council ; 

A Committee on Accounts — 

To consist of two Aldermen and three members of 
the Common Council ; 

And a Board of Visiters of the Boston Lunatic 
Hospital — 

To consist of the Mayor, two Aldermen, and four 
members of the Common Council, 



Joint Rules of the City Council. 



And tl^e following shall be appointed, viz: 

A Committee on the Public Lands — 

To consist of two Aldermen and three members of 
the Common Council ; 

A Committee on Public Buildings — 

To consist of the Mayor, two Aldermen, and five 
members of the Common Council; 

A Committee on Pubhc Instruction — 

To consist of the Mayor, two Aldermen, and the 
President and four members of the Common Council; 

A Committee on the Gaol and the Houses of 
Correction, Industry, and Reformation — 

To consist of the Mayor, two Aldermen, and five 
members of the Common Council ; 

And a Committee on Fuel — 

To consist of the Mayor, two Aldermen, and five 
members of the Common Council. 

And the members of the Board of Aldermen and 
of the Common Council, who shall constitute the 
Joint Standing Committees, shall be chosen or ap- 
pointed by their respective Boards. 

The Mayor, the President of the Common Council, 
and the Chairman of the Committee of Finance on 
the part of the Common Council, shall, according to 
the ordinance, constitute the Committee on the Re- 
duction of the City Debt. 

The member of the Board of Aldermen first nam- 
ed on every Joint Committee, of which the Mayor is 
not a member, shall be its Chairman ; and in case of 



Joint Rules of the City Council. 



his resignation or inability, the member of the same 
Board next in order, and after him, the member of the 
Common Council, first in order, shall call meetings of 
the Committee and act as Chairman. 

Sect. 2. In every case of an amendment of an 
ordinance agreed to in one Board and dissented from 
in the other, if either Board shall request a conference, 
and appoint a Committee of Conference, and the 
other Board shall also appoint a Committee to confer, 
such Committees shall, at a convenient hour, to be 
agreed upon by their Chairmen, meet and state to 
each other verbally or in writing, as either shall 
choose, the reasons of their respective Boards, for 
and against the amendment, confer freely thereon, and 
report to their respective branches. 

Sect. 3. When either Board shall not concur in 
any ordinance sent from the other, notice of such 
non-concurrence shall be given by written message. 

Sect. 4. Either Board may propose to the other, 
for its concurrence, a time to which both Boards will 
adjourn. 

Sect. 5- All by-laws passed by the City Council 
shall be termed "Ordinances," and the enacting style 
shall be : — Be it ordained by the Mayor, Aldermen, 
and Common Council of the City of Boston, in City 
Council assembled. 

Sect. 6. In all votes, when either or both branch- 
es of the City Council expresses any thing by way of 
command J the form of expression shall be " Ordered ;" 

and whenever either or both branches express opin- 

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Joint Rules of the City Council. 



ions, principles, facts, or purposes, the form shall be 
'« Resolved." 

Sect. 7. In the present and every future financial 
year, after the annual order of appropriations shall 
have been passed, no subsequent expenditure shall be 
authorized for any object, unless provision for the same 
shall be made by a special transfer from some of the 
appropriations contained in such annual order, or by 
expressly creating therefor a City Debt ; in the latter 
of which cases the order shall not be passed, unless 
two-thirds of the whole number of each branch of the 
City Council shall vote in the affirmative, by vote 
taken by yea and nay. 

Sect. 8. Joint Standing Committees shall cause 
records to be kept of their proceedings, in books pro- 
vided by the City for that purpose. No Committee 
shall act by separate consultations, and no report shall 
be received, unless agreed to in Committee actually 
assembled. 

Sect. 9. It shall be the duty of every Joint Com- 
mittee, to whom any subject may be specially referred, 
to report thereon within four weeks, or ask for further 
time. 

Sect. 10. All reports and other papers, submitted 
to the City Council, shall be written in a fair hand, and 
no report or endorsement of any kind shall be made 
on the reports, memorials, or other papers referred to 
the Committees of either branch. And the Clerks 
shall make copies of any papers to be reported by 
Committees, at the request of the respective Chair- 
men thereof. 



Joint Rules of the City Council. 



Sect. 11. No Committee shall enter into any 
contract with, or purchase, or authorize the purchase 
of any articles of, any of its members. 

Sect. 12. No Chairman of any Committee shall 
audit or approve any bill or account against the City, 
for any supplies or services, which shall not have been 
ordered or authorized by the Committee. 



RULES AND ORDERS 



OF THE 



COMMON COUNCIL. 



Rights and Duties of the President. 

Sect. 1. The President shall take the chair pre- 
cisely at the hour to which the Council may have ad- 
journed ; he shall call the members to order, and on 
the appearance of a quorum, shall cause the minutes 
of the preceding meeting to be read, and proceed to 
business. In the absence of the President, the oldest 
member present shall call the Council to order, and 
preside until a President pro tempore shall be chosen 
by ballot. If, upon a ballot for President pro tempore, 
no member shall receive a majority of the votes given 
in, the Council shall proceed to a second ballot, in 
which a plurality of votes shall prevail. 

Sect. 2. He shall preserve decorum and order ; 
he may speak to points of order in preference to other 
members, and shall decide all questions of order, sub- 
ject to an appeal to the Council, on motion of any 
member, regularly seconded. 



Rules and Orders of the Common Council. 9 

Sect. 3. He shall declare all votes; but if any 
member doubt the vote, the President, without further 
debate upon the question, shall require the members 
voting in the affirmative and negative, to rise and stand 
until they are counted, and he shall declare the result; 
but no decision shall be declared unless a quorum of 
the Council shall have voted. 

Sect. 4. He shall rise to address the Council, or 
to put a question, but may read sitting. 

Sect. 5. The President may call any member to 
the chair ; provided such substitution shall not con- 
tinue longer than one meeting. When the Council 
shall determine to go into Committee of the Whole, 
the President shall appoint the member vv^ho shall take 
the chair. The President may express his opinion on 
any subject under debate ; but in such case, he shall 
leave the chair, and appoint some other member to 
take it ; and he shall not resume the chair while the 
same question is pending. But the President may 
state facts, and give his opinion on questions of order, 
without leaving his place. 

Sect. 6. When any member shall require a ques- 
tion to be taken by yeas and nays, the President shall 
take the sense of the Council in that manner, provided 
one third of the members present are in favor of it. 

Sect. 7. He shall propound all questions in the 
order in which they are moved, unless the subsequent 
motion shall be previous in its nature ; except that in 
naming sums and fixing times, the largest sum, and the 
longest time, shall be put first. 

Sect. 8. After a motion is seconded, and stated 



10 Rules and Orders of the Common Council. 

by the President, it shall be disposed of by vote of 
the Council, unless the mover withdraw it before a 
decision, or amendment. 

Sect. 9. The President shall consider a motion 
to adjourn, as always in order, unless a member has 
possession of the floor, or any question has been put 
and not decided ; and it shall be decided without de- 
bate. 

Sect. 10. He shall put the previous question in 
the following form : " Shall the main question be now 
put .^" — and all amendments or further debate of the 
main question shall be suspended, until the previous 
question be decided ; acd the previous question shall 
not be put, unless a majority of the whole Council 
are in favor of it. 

Sect. 11. When two or more members happen 
to rise at the same time, the President shall name the 
member who is first to speak. 

Sect. 12. All Committees, except such as the 
Council determine to select by ballot, shall be nomi- 
nated by the President. 



Rights and Duties of Members. 

Sect. 13. When any member is about to speak 
in debate, or deliver any matter to the Council, he 
shall rise in his place, and respectfully address the 
Presiding Officer ; shall confine himself to the question 



Rules and Orders of the Common Council. 1 1 

under debate and avoid personality. He shall sit 
down as soon as he has done speaking. 

Sect. 14. No member, in debate, shall mention 
another member by his name ; but may describe him 
by the ward he represents, the place he sits in, or 
such other designation as may be intelligible and re- 
spectful. 

Sect. 15. No member speaking shall be inter- 
rupted by another, but by rising to call to order, or to 
correct a mistake. But if any member in speaking, 
or otherwise, transgress the Rules of the Council, the 
President sliall, or any member may^ call to order ; in 
which case, the member so called to order, shall im- 
mediately sit down unless permitted to explain ; and 
the Council, if appealed to, shall decide on the case, 
but without debate. 

Sect. 16. When any member shall violate any of 
the Rules and Orders of the Council, and the Council 
shall have determined that he has so transgressed, he 
shall not be allowed to speak, unless by way of excuse 
for the same, until he has made satisfaction. 

Sect. 17. No member shall speak more than twice 
to the same question, without first obtaining leave of 
the Council ; nor more than once, until all other mem- 
bers, choosing to speak, shall have spoken. 

Sect. IS. When a motion is made and seconded, 
it shall be considered by the Council, and not other- 
wise ; and no member shall be permitted to submit a 
motion in writing, until he has read the same in his 
place, and it has been seconded. 

Sect. 19. When a question is under debate, no 



12 Rules and Orders of the Common Council. 



motion shall be received, but to adjourn ; to lie on the 
table ; for the previous question ; to postpone to a day 
certain; to commit; to amend; or to postpone inde- 
finitely ; which several motions shall have j)recedence 
in the order which they stand arranged. 

Sect. 20. Every motion shall be reduced to 
writing, if the President direct, or any member of the 
Council request it. 

Sect. 21. When a motion has once been made, 
and carried in the affirmative or negative, it shall be in 
order for any member voting with the majority, to 
move for a reconsideration, and if such motion is 
seconded, it shall be open to debate, and be disposed 
of by the Council. And in case the motion be made 
at the same meeting, it shall be competent for a ma- 
jority of the members present to pass a vote of recon- 
sideration; but if it be not made until the next meet- 
ing, the subject shall not be reconsidered unless a 
majority of the whole Council shall vote therefor. 
But no more than one motion for the reconsideration 
of any vote shall be permitted. 

Sect. 22. No member shall be permitted to stand 
up, to the interruption of another, whilst any member 
is speaking ; or to pass unnecessarily between the 
President and the person speaking. 

Sect. 23. Every member who shall be in the 
Council, when a question is put, shall give his vote, 
unless the Council, for special reasons, excuse him. 

Sect. 24. On the 'previous question,' no mem- 
ber shall speak more than once without leave. 



Rules and Orders of the Common Council. 1 3 

Sect. 25. The division of a question may be 
called for when the sense will admit of it. 

Sect. 26, When the reading of a paper is called 
for, and the same is objected to by any member, it 
shall be deterijiined by a vote of the Council. 

Sect. 27. No standing rule or order of the Coun- 
cil shall be suspended, unless three-fourths of the mem- 
bers present shall consent thereto ; nor shall any rule 
or order be repealed or amended, without one day's 
notice being given of the motion therefor, nor unless a 
majority of the whole Council shall concur therein. 

Sect. 2S. Every member shall take notice of the 
day and hour to which the Council may stand ad- 
journed, and shall give his punctual attendance ac- 
cordingly. 

Sect. 29. No member shall be obliged to be on 
more than two Committees at the same time, nor to 
be Chairman of more than one. 



Of Communications^ Committees^ Reports, and 
Resolutions. 

Sect. 30. All memorials and other papers ad- 
dressed to the Council, shall be presented by the Pres- 
ident, or by a member in his place, who shall explain 
the subject thereof, and they shall lie on the table, to 
be taken up in the order in which they are presented, 
unless the Council shall otherwise direct. 

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14 Rules and Orders of the Common Council. 

Sect,'^ 31. Standing Comnfiittees of this Coun- 
cil shall be appointed on the following subjects, viz : 
on Elections and Returns, and on Enrolled Ordi- 
nances and Resolutions, each to consist of five mem- 
bers. 

Sect. 32. No Committee shall sit during the sit- 
ting of the Council, without special leave. 

Sect. 33. The rules of proceeding in Council 
shall be observed in committee of the whole, so far as 
they may be applicable, excepting the rules hmiting 
the times of speaking ; but no member shall speak 
twice to any question, until every member choosing to 
speak shall have spoken. 

Sect. 34. When Committees of the Council, 
chosen by ballot, or Committees consisting of one 
member from each w^ard, have been appointed or 
elected, whether joint or otherwise, the first meeting 
thereof shall be notified by the Clerk, by direction of 
the President, and they shall organize by the choice 
of Chairman, and report to the Council; and w4ien 
Committees, other than as above specified, are nom- 
inated by the President, the person first named shall 
be Chairman, and in case of the absence of the Chair- 
man, the Committee shall have powder to appoint a 
Chairman pro tern. 

Sect. 35. All messages to the Mayor and Alder- 
men, shall be drawn up by the Clerk, and sent by the 
Messenger. 

Sect. 36. All ordinances, resolutions, and orders 
shall have two several readings, before they shall be 
finally passed by this Council ; they shall then be en- 



Rules and Orders of the Common Council, 15 

rolled by the Clerk, and the Committee on Enrolled 
Ordinances shall, as soon as may be, examine them, 
and certify on the back thereof that they are duly 
enrolled. 

Sect. 37. No ordinance, order or resolution im- 
posing penalties, or authorizing the expenditure of mo- 
ney, shall have more than one reading on the same day. 

Sect. 38. The seats of the members of the Coun- 
cil shall be numbered and determined by lot ; and no 
member shall change his seat but by permission of the 
President. 

* Sect. 39. All Special Committees of this Coun- 
cil shall consist of three members, unless a different 
number be ordered. And no report shall be received 
from any Committee, unless agreed to in Committee 
actually assembled. 

Sect. 40. The Clerk shall keep brief minutes of 
the votes and proceedings of the Council, — entering 
thereon all accepted Orders and Resolutions : — shall 
notice Reports, Memorials, and other papers submit- 
ted to the Council, only by their titles, or a brief de- 
scription of their purport ; but all accepted Reports 
shall be entered at length in a separate journal to be 
kept for that purpose, and provided with an index. 

Sect. 41. All salary officers shall be voted for 
by written ballot. 

Sect. 42. It shall be the duty of all Standing 
Committees of the Council to keep records of theif 
doings, in books provided for that purpose by the 
Clerk ; and it shall be the duty of the Clerk to attend 
the meetings of said Committees and of the Special 



1 6 Rules and Orders of the Common Council. 

Committees, and make said records when required so 
to do. 

Sect. 43. No meeting of any Committee shall be 
called upon less notice than twenty-four hours. 

Sect. 44. In all elections by ballot, on the part 
of the Council, blank ballots and all ballots for persons 
not eligible, shall be reported to the Council, but shall 
not be counted in making up the returns, except in 
cases where this Council have only a negative upon 
nominations made by the Mayor and Aldermen. 

Sect. 45. It shall be the duty of every Commit- 
tee of the Council, to whom any subject may be spe- 
cially referred, to report thereon within four weeks 
from the time said subject is referred to them, or ask 
for further time. 



RECENT 



LAWS AND ORDINANCES. 



An Act concerning the House for the Reformation 
and Employment of Juvenile Offenders in the City 
of Boston. 

Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Repre- 
sentatives, in General Court assembled, and by the au- 
thority of the same, as follows : 

Sect. 1, The City of Boston is hereby author- 
ized to establish, in any building or buildings, or part 
of any building, used by said City, as a House of In- 
dustry, or for any other purpose, a separate branch or 
branches of said House of Reformation and Employ- 
ment for females, or for the separate classification of 
such females. 

Sect. 2. The Municipal or Police Court of said 
City, upon the complaint, under oath, of the Mayor, 
or any Alderm^an thereof, or of any of the Directors 
of the House of Industry, or of the said House of Re- 
formation and Employment, or of the Overseers of the 
Poor of said City, that any child or children live an 
idle and dissolute life, and that their parents are dead, 

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18 LAWS AND ORDINANCES. 

or, if living, do, from vice, or any other cause, neg- 
lect to provide suitable employment for, or to exer- 
cise salutary control over, such child or children, shall 
have power, upon conviction thereof, to sentence such 
child, or children, to such House of Reformation and 
Employment, to be kept and governed according to 
law. 

Sect. 3. Nothing herein is to be construed to 
take away the right of appeal, in the cases aforesaid, 
from the Police Court to the Municipal Court afore- 
said. [Approved by the Governor^ March 21, 1843.] 



By the Acts of 1843, Chap. 7 and 61, The duties 
of Judge of the Jllunicipal Courts excepting as a mem- 
ber of the Board of Accounts and as one of the In- 
spectors of Prisons in the County of Suffolk^ were 
transferred to the Justices of the Court of Common 
Pleas. 



All Ordinance regulating the purchase of Fuel, for the 
use of the City. 

Be it ordained by the Mayor., Aldermen and Com- 
mon Council of the City of Boston., in City Council 
assembled, as follows : 

Sect. 1. That hereafter all contracts for Wood, 
Bark, Coal, and other Fuel, for the use of the City, 
in each and every of its respective branches and de- 
partments ; as well for the use of Public Schools and 
Primary Schools, as all other public buildings and 
offices, excepting the several institutions at South Bos- 



LAWS AND ORDINANCES. 19 

ton, shall be made by a Committee of the City Coun- 
cil, of which the Mayor shall be Chairman, whose duty 
it shall be to advertise in the public newspapers in 
which the City Ordinances are printed, for sealed pro- 
posals for furnishing the same, at least one week pre- 
viously to making any contract for the same, and the 
proposals shall contain the terms for which each par- 
ticular description of fuel will be furnished, separately 
and distinctly, and such proposals being considered 
shall be accepted or rejected according to the terms 
as may be deemed advisable by said Committee — and 
the contract so made, shall provide for the delivery of 
the same at such different times and in such places as 
may be required by the Superintendent of Public 
Buildings during the year — and such contracts shall be 
made annually between the months of May and Sep- 
tember. 

Sect. 2, All fuel of every description which shall 
be contracted for, shall, previously to the delivery 
thereof, be weighed or measured by a weigher or 
measurer appointed for that purpose by the City ; and 
it shall be the duty of the Superintendent of Public 
Buildings to attend to the delivery and reception of 
the same, and to give certificates therefor as the same is 
delivered, to the end that the proper quantity and qual- 
ity may be ascertained to have been received by the 
Committee ; And it shall be the duty of the Chairman 
of said Committee to certify the bills of the same pre- 
viously to the payment thereof. 

Sect. 3. So much of the Ordinance relating to 
the Superintendent of Streets, and prescribing his du- 
ties, passed August 22, 1833, as requires said Super- 
intendent to make contracts for the purchase of fuel 
for the City, and all other parts of that, and any other 
Ordinance as are inconsistent with this Ordinance be 
and the same hereby are repealed. IPassed May 8, 
1843.] 



20 LAWS AND ORDINANCES. 

An Ordinance concerning the Removal of Buildings 
through the Streets of the City. 

Be it ordained by the Jllayor, Aldermen and Com- 
mon Council of the City of Boston^ in City Council 
assembled^ as follows : 

No person shall obstruct any street, lane or other 
highway, or any part thereof, in the City of Boston, 
by placing therein any house, barn, or other building, 
for the purpose of removing the same from any part of 
the said City. And no person shall remove or draw 
through or upon any of the said streets, lanes or other 
highways, any house, barn or other building, unless 
duly permitted so to do, by the Mayor and Aldermen. 
Any person who shall offend against the provisions of 
this Ordinance, and any person who shall aid and assist 
therein shall forfeit and pay a sum not less than one, 
nor more than twenty dollars, and a like sum for every 
twelve hours that the said obstruction shall continue, 
or that the said house, barn, or other building shall re- 
main in or upon any such street, lane or highway ; to 
be recovered by complaint before the Justices of the 
Police Court. [Passed May 18, 1843.] 



An Ordinance concerning the Sale of the Public 
Buildings. 

Be it ordained by the Mayor ^ Aldermen and Com- 
mon Council of the City of Boston^ in City Council 
assembled, as follows : 

Sect. 1. Whenever the City Council shall order 
the purchase of any land, for the purpose of erecting 
any building thereon, such purchase shall be made un- 



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der the direction of the Standing Committee of the 
City Council, on Public Buildings. 

Sect. 2. Whenever any building or any land ap- 
purtenant thereto, belonging to the City, shall be or- 
dered by the said Council to be sold, for the purpose 
of defraying the cost of any building about to be erect- 
ed, for public uses, the same shall be sold under the 
direction of the Standing Committee of the City Coun- 
cil on Public Buildings, and the receipts in money on 
account of such sale, shall, as far as may be sufficient 
for that purpose, be applied to the payment of the cost 
of erecting such building. 

Sect. 3. No Public Building belonging to the 
City shall be sold by any Committee of the City 
Council, without an Order from the Council being 
first passed authorizing such sale. 

Sect. 4. So much of the Ordinance passed March 
10, 1843, entitled '' An Ordinance concerning the 
Public Loans and Reduction of the City Debt," and 
of an Ordinance passed April lOih, J 843, entitled 
'^ An Ordinance to provide for the care and manage- 
ment of the Public Lands," as is inconsistent with the 
provisions of this Ordinance, is hereby repealed. 
[Passed Oct. 2, 1843.] 



GOVERNMENT 



OF THE 



CITY OF BOSTON, 

1 844. 



MAYOR. 

MARTIN BRIMMER, 45 Beacon Street, 

[Salary, $2,500. Charter, § 12.] 



ALDERMEN, 

THOMAS WETMORE, 9 Bussey place. 
ABRAHAM T. LOWE, Pearl Street House. 
LARRA CRANE, Broadway. 

JAMES LONGLEY, 18 McLean street. 

SIMON WILKINSON, 17 Bowdoin street. 
JONATHAN PRES TON, 13 Columbia street. 
SIMON W. ROBINSON, 22 Sheaf street. 
HENRY B. ROGERS, 5 Joy place. 



COMMON COUNCIL, 

PELEG W. CHANDLER, President. 

Ward JVo. 1. 
Isaac Harris, 8 North Bennet street, 

William H. Learnard, 12 Snow Hill street. 

Job Turner, North Bennet street, 

John P. Ober, 22 Charter street. 






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Ward JVb. 2. 
J. Cullen Ayer, 169 Hanover street, 

Abner W. Pollard, 13 Fleet street, 

Henry Davis, 8 New Prince street, 

Timothy C. Kendall, 2 Garden Court street. 

Ward JVb. 3. 

James Whiting, 5 Pitts street, 

James H. Dudley, Bangor House, 
Oliver Dyer, 1 Harmony court, 

James Boynton, 39 Portland street. 

Ward JYo. 4. 
Thomas B. Curtis, 21 Mt. Vernon street, 

Francis B. Crowninshield, 3 Somerset street, 
George W. Crockett, 7 Mt. Vernon street, 

Samuel W. Hall, Webster street. 

Ward Jfo. 5. 

George Wheelwright, 26 Vernon street, 

Willard N. Fisher, 14 Chamber street, 

Charles Boardman, 56 Leverett street, 

Loring Norcross, 25 McLean street. 

Ward J^o, 6. 

Peleg W. Chandler, 39 Chestnut street, 

Kimball Gibson, 24 West Cedar street, 

John Gardner, 55 Beacon street, 

Otis Clapp, Pinckney, near W. Cedar. 

Ward JVo. 7. 

S. Davis Leavens, 10 Beacon street, 

Gideon F. Thayer, 12 Essex street, 

Benjamin B. Appleton, 15 Avon place, 

Joseph Bradlee, 22 Franklin place. 

Ward JVb. 8. 

Benjamin P. Richardson, 60 High street, 

Samuel Topliff, 32 Washington place, 

George Whittemore, 27 Washington place, 

Samuel Harris, 26 Washington place. 



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Ward JVo. 9. 

Charles E. Cook, 3 Columbia street, 

Andrew T. Hall, 5 High street, 

Clement Willis, 49 High street, 

Charles H. Brown, 37 Purchase street. 

Ward J^o. 10. 

Horace Williams, Orange court, 

William Hayden, Beach street, 

Henry W. Button, 497 Washington street, 

Jonathan Ellis, Pine street. 

Ward JYo. II. 

Edward S. Erving, 79 Pleasant street, 

Isaac Cary, 25 Orange street, 

GreenleafC. Sanborn, 146 Pleasant street, 
William Pope, 2 Garland street. 

Ward JSTo. 12. 

Jeremy Drake, Broadway, 

Asa Brown, Broadway, 

Henry W. Fletcher, Broadway, corner E, 

Isaac Jones, Broadway. 



CITY CLERK, 

SAMUEL F. McCLEARY, 21 Pitts Street, 

Salary ^1,500, and for Assistant Clerks ^600 [Chosen by City 
Council, on the first Monday in January Charter, § 10] 

CLERK OF COMMON COUNCIL, 

WASHINGTON P. GREGG, 11 Crescent Place. 

Salary $400. [Chosen on the first Monday in January. Char- 
ter, § 11.] 

MESSENGER, 

JOHNSON COLBY, 1 Prospect Street. 
Salary $800. [Charter, § 13.] 



25 



JOINT STANDING COMMITTEES. 



ON THE REDUCTION OF THE CITY DEBT. 

[Ord. p. 295.] 
The Mayor, President of the Common Council, and the Chairman 
of the Committee on Finance on the part of the Common 
Council. 



ON ACCOUNTS. 

[Ord. p. 29.] 



Aldermen. 
Thomas Wetmore, 
Simon W. Robinson. 



Common Council, 
E. S. Erving', 
James Whiting, 
Joseph Bradlee. 

VISITORS OP THE BOSTON LUNATIC HOSPITAL. 

[Sup. Ord. p. 46.] 
The Mayor. 

Mdermen. 
Larra Crane, 
James Longley. 



Com,mon Council. 
J. Cullen Ayer, 
Isaac Harris, 
Isaac Cary, 
Gideon F. Thayer. 



The Mayor. 



ON FINANCE. 

[Ord. p. 295.] 



Common Council. 
William Hayden, 
Jeremy Drake, 
Andrew T. Hall, 
Thomas B. Curtis, 
John Gardner, 
Timothy C. Kendall, 
George Whittemore. 



ON PUBLIC LANDS. 

{Ord. p. 298. Mud. Reg. p. 20.] 



Aldermen. 
Abraham T. Lowe, 
Henry B. Rogers. 



ON PUBLIC 

[Sup. Ord. p. 55, 
The Mayor. 

Aldermen. 
James Longley, 
Jonathan Preston. 



Common Council. 
Benj. P. Richardson, 
Greenleaf C. Sanborn, 
Oliver Dyer. 

BUILDINGS. 

Mun. Reg. p. 20,] 

Common Council. 
Clement Willis, 
George W. Crockett, 
Kimball Gibson, 
Job Turner, 
James Boynton. 



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The Mayor. 

Aldermen 
Thomas Wetmore, 
Henry B. Rogers. 



ON PUBLIC INSTRUCTION. 

Common Council. 
Peleg W. Chandler, cz officio^ 
Henry W. Duttnn, 
George Wheelwright, 
J. Cullen Ayer, 
William Pope. 



ON JAIL, HOUSES OF CORRECTION AND REFORMATION. 



The Mayor. 

Aldermen. 
Thomas Wetmore, " 
Jonathan Preston. 



Common Council. 
S. Davis Leavens, 
Abner W. Pollard, 
James H. Dudley, 
Charles H. Brown, 
Lorino' Norcross. 



ON FUEL. 

[Mun. Reg. p. 18.] 



The Mayor. 

Aldermen. 
James Longley, 
Simon Wilkinson. 



Common Council. 
James Whiting, 
Isaac Car}-, 
Willard N. Fisher, 
Samuel Harris, 
Henry W. Fletcher, 



STANDING COMMITTEES 



OF THE 



MAYOR AND ALDERMEN 



ON THE POLICE OF THE CITY. 
'J'he Mayor. 
ON INTERNAL HEALTH DEPARTMENT. 
Aldermen Wilkinson, Crane and Robinson. 

ON EXTERNAL HEALTH DEPARTMENT. 
Aldermen Lowe, Wetmore and Crane. 

ON THE FIRE DEPARTMENT AND RESERVOIRS. 
The Mayor, Aldermen Longley and Crane, 
ON THE MARKET. 
Aldermen Longley, Wilkinson and Robinson. 



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ON THE COMMON, MALLS, FORT HILL AND COPP S HILL; 
The Mayor, Aldermen Wilkinson and Rogers. 

ON BURIAL GROUNDS AND CEMETERIES. 
Aldermen Longley, Lowe and Wilkinson. 

ON LAMPS, BELLS AND CLOCKS. 
Aldermen Crane, Lowe and Wilkinson. 

ON THE BRIDGES. 
Aldermen Preston and Crane, 

ON COUNTY ACCOUNTS. 
Aldermen Wetmore and Robinson. 

ON LICENSES. 
Aldermen Lowe, Longley and Crane. 

ON LAYING OUT AND WIDENING STREETS. 
Aldermen Wetmore, Preston and Rogers. 

ON PAVING AND REPAIRS OF STREETS. 
Aldermen Crane, Longley and Robinson. 

ON COMMON SEWERS AND DRAINS. 
Aldermen Wetmore, Preston and Crane. 

ON ORDINANCES. 
j^Wermea Wetmore, Lowe and Rogers. -._ 



STANDING COxMMITTEES 

OF THE 

COMMON COUNCIL 

ON ELECTIONS AND RETURNS. 



F. B. Crowninshield, 
Charles Edward Cook, 
William H. Learnard, 



James Boynton, 
Samuel Toplift'. 



ON ENROLLED ORDINANCES, 



Jonathan Ellis, 
Henry Davis, 
Benjamin B. Apple ton, 



John P. Ober, 
Hora,ce Williams 



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TREASURY DEPARTMENT. 

Richard D. Harris, City and County Treasurer and Collector — sa?' 
ary $1,800 ; and $2,700 for Assistant Clerks. [Chosen by the 
City Council in Convention, in May — City Charter, § 18.] 

Willard Cloitgh, ) Z)ej9w«y Collectors. Salary $170 each and fees. 
James Pierce, ) [Appointed by Treasurer. Statutes Chap. 15, 
§ 60. Ordinance, p. 275.] 

Elisha Copeland, jr.. Auditor — salary $1,500. [('hosen bj^ con- 
currejit vote of the City Council in May — City Ordinances, p. 

Assessors, Thomas Jackson, Samuel Norwood, George Jackson, 
salary $1,200 ; and $400 for Assistant Clerks. 



Assistant Assessors, residing in different Wards. 



Ward 2. 



. Elias W. Goddard, 


Ward 7. 


B. B. Appleton, 


James S. Wiggin. 




R. W. Bailey. 


. F. F. Raymond, 


8. 


Nathaniel Faxon, 


Samuel Emmes, 




Elijah Loring. 


. Ezekiel Bates, 


9. 


William Bramhall, 


Samuel Jepson. 




Levi Bliss. 


. I>enjamin Laixison, 


10. 


Winsor Fay, 


William Denton. 




Jabez Ellis. 


. Benj. G. Boardman, 


11. 


Stephen Child, 


Frederick Crosby. 




Warren White. 


. William Parsons, 


12. 


Samuel Leeds, 


Billings Briggs. 




Jacob Herrick. 



Samuel Norwood, Secretary. 

rThe Assessors and Assistant Assessors are chosen by concurrent 
vote of City Council, in March or April. Sup. City Ordi- 



nance. 



p. 68.] 



The Judge of Probate, and the Justices of the Police Court, cons- 
titutes the Board of .Accounts for the County, [Revised Stat- 
utes, p. 164. Act 1843, chap. 7.] 

William Knapp, Secretary to the Board. Salary $150. 



GITY SOLICITOR AND ATTORNEY. 



John Pickering, City Solicitor. 
by concurrent vote in June. 



Salary $1,000 and fees. [Chosen 
City Ordinances, p. 38.] 



Elbridge G. Austin, City Attorney. Salary $500 and fees. [Cho- 
sen by concurrent vote of the City Council, in May or June. 
Sup. City Ordinance, p. 7.] 



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POLICE DEPARTMENT. 

The duties o? Judge of the Municipal Court in the City of Boston 
are ])erformed by the Justices of the Court of Common Pleas, 
or some one of them. [Act 1843, chap, 7.] 

Samuel D. Parker, Attorney. 
Thomas W. Phillips, Clerk. 
Henry Homer, Crier and Messenger. 
Joseph Eveleth, Sheriff. 
Jabez Pratt, "^ 

Watson Freeman, \ -r, 
Silas P. Tarbell, I ^'P'^^''^^- 
Daniel J. Coburn, J 

Coroners^ Ebenezer Shute, Mace Smith, Jabez Pratt, William 
Andrews. 

T P M 11 ' C Justices of the Police Coart and of the Jus- 

Ab'^lCushing 5 tices' Court. Salary f 1,500. [Ord.p.88.] 

Thomas Power, Clerk. Salary $1,400. [Ordinances, p. 89.] 
Wm. Knapp, .Assistant Clerk. Salary ^900. [Ordinances, p. 90.] 

Jonas Stratton, Messenger. Salary ^32 per month. 

James H. Blake, City Marshal. Salary ^1,000. 
[Appointed by the Mayor and Aldermen, in May or June. City 
Ordinances, p. 226.] 

J p.!, ' > Deputy City Marshals. Salary $700. 

[Nominated by the Marshal, and approved by the Mayor and Al- 
dermen. City Ordinances, p. 226.] 

Appointed by the Mayor and Aldermen. 

Police Officers. — Ebenezer Shute, jr., Jacob Hook, Samuel B. 
Fuller, A. E. Towle, Daniel T. Van Voorhis, Samuel Bowden, 
Merick R. Stevens, Alvan Haley. Compensation $1,75 per day. 
[Sup. Ord. p. 53.] 

Constahles. — Francis M. Adams, Gustavus Andrews, W. G. Bab- 
bit, Josiah Baldwin, S. F. Barrett, John Boardman, S. M. Burn- 
bam, Frederick D. Byrnes, Wm. P. Baker, Moses Clark, Willard 
Clough, Derastus Clapp, Isaac A. Coolidge, Nathaniel Cool- 
idge, E. V. Glover,VJosiah Haskell, Thomas Holden, John 
Henry, Richard Hosea, James Hunkins,'-William Loring, John 
Lunt, Jabez Pratt, James Pierce, Jonathan Prescott, George 
Robinson, Charles Smith, Jonas Stratton, Ebenezer Shute, Eb- 
enezer Trescott, Jacob C. Tallant, Henry Taylor, Samuel J. Vi- 
alle, Wm. Whitwell, Jona. Whipple, Joseph W. Leighton, 
Francis Merrifield, Andrew Mclntire, Lysander Ripley^,'^Eras- 
tus W. Sanborn, Elijah K. Spoor, Charles Sawin. 
3* 



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James Barry, Captain of the City Watch. Salary $400. [Ap- 
pointed by the Mayor and Aldermen. City Ordinances, p, 282.] 

The Night Police consists of 

1 Captain of the Watch, - - - $400 00 per year. 

10 Constables of the Watch, - - - 1 00 per night. 

129 Watchmen, . - . . . 90 « 

Nathaniel Coolidge, Deputy Jailor. 

The Judge of Probate, and the Justices of the Police Court, are 
the Inspectors of Prisons. [P^-e vised Statutes, p. 784. Act 
1843, chap. 7.] 

William Knapp, Secretary to the Inspectors. 



HEALTH DEPARTMENT. 

Jerome V. C. Smith, Port Physician. Salary $1,400. [Chosen 
by the concurrent vote of the City Council, in May or June. 
Sup. Ordinance, p. 34-] 

George P. Tewksbury, Keeper of Rainsford Island., and Captain 
of the Quarantine Boat. Salary $6U0 per annum, including 
the pay of the services of assistant boatman. [Appointed by 
the Mayor and Aldermen [Sup. Ordinance, p. 57.] 

Consulting Physicians., John C. Warren, George Hayward, Geo. 
C. Shattuck, Jacob JJigelow. One vacancy. [Chosen by con- 
current vote in May or June. City Ordinances, p. 175.] 

Samuel II. Hewes, Superintendent of Burials. Salary $1,000. 
[Chosen by concurrent vote of the Cily Council, in May or 
June. "To be always first acted upon by the Mayor and Al- 
dermen." City Ordinances, p. 189.] 

Undertakers. Samuel Winslow, Martin Smith, Henry Davis, 
Thomas Haskell, Stephen S. Andrews, Joseph WilcuLt, Thomas 
Andrews, Francis Dillaway, John Deluce, John 13. Braid, 
William A. Brabiner, Rodney Gove, Caleb J. Pratt, Oren Fax- 
on, Levi Whitcomb, Franklin Smith, Timothy Nunan, Richard 
Dillon, John Peak, James E. Spear. [Appointed by Mayor 
and Aldermen. City Ordinance, p. 190.] 

Charles B. Wells, Superintendent of Common Setoers. Salary 
$1,000. [Chosen by concurrent vote in May or June. Sup. 
City Ordinance, p. 63,] 

The Mayor and Aldermen, Surveyors of Highioays. [Ordinance, 
pp. 105 and 258.] 

Zephaniah Sampson, Superintendent of Streets. Salary $1,100. 
[Chosen by concurrent vote in January or February. City Or- 
dinances, p. 260.] 



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PUBLIC LANDS AND BUILDLNGS, LAMPS 
AND BRIDGES. 

Freeman L. Cushman, Superintendent of the Ptiblic Lands and 
Public Buildings. Salary $1,0U0. [Chosen by concurrent vote 
in April or May. City Ordinances, p. 298. Sup. Ord. p. 55.] 

Daniel Rhodes, Clerk of Faneuil Hall Market. Salary $900. 
[Appointed by the Mayor and Aldermen, in June or July. Sup. 
City Ordinances, p. 71.] 

Sullivan Sav/in, Assistant Clerk. Salary ^35 per month. 

3 axnes^zxr J., Superintendent of Lamps. Salary ^500. [Appoint- 
ed by Mayor and Aldermen. City Ordinances, p. 214.] 

There are 326 Gas Lamps and 6 Gas Lighters at 25 cts. the 
lamp. 1,318 Oil Lamps and 19 Oil Lighters at 32 3-4 cts. the 
lamp. 

Samuel Jenkins, Siiperintendent of the North Free Bridge. Salary 
^500. [Chosen by concurrent vote, " first acted upon by the 
Mayor and Aldermen," in January or February. City Ordi- 
nance, p. 268.] 

John Bragg, Superintendent of the South Free Bridge. Salary 
^200. [Chosen by concurrent vote, " first voted upon by the 
Mayor and Aldermen," in January or February. Sup. Ord. 
p. 6.] 

Daniel Merill, Keeper of the County Court House. Salary ^700. 



FIRE DEPARTMENT. 

CHIEF E^GINEER, 

WILLIAM BARNICOAT, 220 Hanover street. Salary $1,000 
ASSISTANT ENGINEERS. Salary ^150 each. 

Henry Smith, Rear Boylston street. 
James G. Saunderson, 3 Myrtle street, 

Charles S. Clark, 240 Hanover street. 
John Shelton, S Hartford place. 

John Green, jr. 659 Washington street. 

Peter C. Jones, 56 Warren street. 
Thomas A. Williams, 3 Fayette street. 

Joshua Jacobs, 1 Brattle square. 

Henry Hart, Clerk. Salary $400. 



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FOREMEN OF ENGIJKES. 



Washington Co. jXo. 3. 
William Dyke, 

Lyman Co. J\'o. 5. 
Artemas Ward, 

Hero Co. JVo. 6. 
Theodore P. Bowker, 

Howard Co. JS'o. 7. 
Joseph C. Bartlett, 

Tremont Co. A'o. 8. 
Milton Hall, jr , 

Despatch Co. JYoi 9. 
George W. Bird, 

Hancock Co. JYo. 10. 
James Quinn, 

Maverick Co. jYo. 11. 
John Pierce, 

Eagle Co. Mo. 12. 
Elisha Smith, 

Melvill Co. JYo. 13. 
James F. Holland, 

Eliot Co. JVo. 15. 
Jotham B. Munroe, 

Mazeppa Co. JYo. 17. 
John R. Butler, 

Lafayette Co. JS'o. 18. 
William S. Damrell, 

Extinguisher Co. JYo. 20. 
Amasa Pray, 

Warren H. S/- L. Co. Mo. 1. 

Dennis Smith, 



Salem street. 
13 Snowhill street. 

Dock square. 
11 Elm street. 

Derne street. 
60 Pinckney street. 

Under City HaU. 
17 Franklin place. 

Tremont street. 
257 Tremont street. 

J^asim street. 
2 Morton place. 

Friend street. 
13 North Margin street. 

Paris street^ East Boston. 
Sumner street. 

Washington street^ near Dover. 
9 London street. 

Leverctt street. 
47 Merrimac street. 

Commercial street. 
19 Charter street. 

Broadicay, South Boston. 
Swan court. 

Pemberton hill. 
38 Lowell street. 

East street. 
Kneeland street. 

Friend street. 
51 Lowell street. 



Pemherton hill. 
118 Charles street. 



City Hose Co. JVo 1. 
Richard S. Martin, 

There are belonging to the Department, 16 Foremen of En- 
gine, Plose, Hook and Ladder Companies, at $100 each ; 16 As- 
sistant Foremen, at $75 each ; 16 Clerks, at $75 each; 16 Stew- 
ards, at ^100 each ; and 507 Members, at $50 each. 

[The Engineers and Assistant Engineers are annually chosen 
by the Mayor and Aldermen, with the concurrence of the Common 
Council. [Ordinances, pp. 129, 293, and Sup. Ordinances, p. 16.] 



42 Warren street. 

4 Grove street. 

4 Marion street. 
52 Allen street. 

7 Maple place. 



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SURVEYOR GENERAL OF LUMBER. 

[By concurrent vote in February. Sup, Ord. p. 39.] 

FRANCIS BULLARD, 

Office No. 23 India, corner of Milk street. 

Deputy Surveyors appointed by the Surveyor General. 

Surveyors of Pine Lumber. 

Charles E. Bowers, No. 10 Lindall place. 

Charles BuUard, " 8 Fayette street. 

George W. Cram, 
George Hail, 
Rolun Hartshorn, 
Charles Hersey, 
Samuel Lamson, 

John Lefavor, Centre street, East Boston. 

George Page, Fourth street, South Boston. 

Eben M. Plumer, Commercial street. 

Amasa G. Smith, No. 29 Marion street. 

Seth Thaxter, " 83 Warren street. 

Samuel Waldron, Broadway, South Boston. 

William Willet, No. 9 Orange street. 

Surveyors of Mahogany and Cedar, 
Nathaniel Bryant, South Hudson, north side of Harvard street. 
William Fisk, No. 841 Washington street. 

Surveyors of Oak, Hard Wood, S/c, 

Seth Brooks, Saratoga street, East Boston. 

Gad Leavitt, Franklin House. 

The following officers are first elected by the Mayor and Alder- 
men, with the concurrence of the Common Council. They are 
all paid by fees. [Ordinances, p. 105.] 

Inspector of Lime. Samuel Sprague. 

Fence, Vieicers. — Romanus Emerson, Rolun Hartshorn. 

Culler of Dry Fish. — Benjamin Luckis. 

Culler of hoops and Staves. — James Brov.^n. 

Assay Master. Isaac Babbitt. 

Field Drivers and Pound Keepers. Wm. Fisk, Thomas Gerrish. 

Surveyor of Hemp. Benjamin Rich. 

And the following officers are appointed by the Mayor and Al- 
dermen. 

Superintendent of Alien Passengers. Calvin Bailey. Salary $500, 
and 10 per cent, on all moneys received, but not to exceed the 
further sum of ^500. [Sup. Ordinances, p. 3.] 

Weighers of Hay, ^-c. Ebenezer Clough, John R. Bradford. [Or- 
dinances, p. 150 and and Sup. Ordinance, p. 33.] 



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Maasurers of Wood and Bark brought by Land. John R, Brad- 
ford, Amos Bates, William Shattuck, William Fisk, Moses 
Hadley, Mollis Moore. [Ordinances, p. 289.] 

Weighers of Boats and Lightrrs. Edward Loring. [Appointed in. 
April or May. [Ordinances, p. 43.] 

City Crier. Samuel T. Edwards. [Licensed from time to time, 
until the first day of May following. Ordinances, p. 97.] 

Sealers of Weights and Measures. John M. Dearborn, Edward 
Loring. [Ordinances, p. 2-54.] 



PUBLIC CHARITABLE INSTITUTIONS. 

The Directors, Overseers and Visitors of the Houses, the Mastei 
of the House of Correction, and tlie Superintendc^nt and Stew 
ard of the Boston Lunatic Hospital, are chosen by concurren 
vote of the City Council. The other officers are appointed by 
the Directors of the different Houses. 

HOUSES OF INDUSTRY AND REFORMATION. 

Directors. Joseph Lewis, Daniel Henclimaii, Artemas Simonds, 
James Means, Thomas Hollis, Nathaniel H. Emmons, Thomas 
Tarbell, Samuel Leeds, Alfred A. Wellington. [Chosen in 
May. Ordinances, p. 196.] 

Superintendent. Daniel Chandler. Salary $1,000. 
Assistant Superintendent. Thomas Steward. Salary $650. 
Clerk of Directors. Artemas Simonds. Salary $300. 

In the House of Industry, there is paid to a Teamster, $300 ; Ma- 
tron's Assistant, Overseer of Clothing and Overseer of Kitchen, 
each $156. There is also paid by the Trustees of the Boylston 
and Mason Funds, to the Chaplain, $500 ; Teacher of Boys, 
$400, and two females each $156. 

In the House of Reformation Department, there is also paid to 
the male Teacher, $400, and his Assistant, $300 ; and to the 
Matron, $200. [Appointed by the Directors.] 

The Gate Keeper receives $275, and an Assistant Farmer, $300, 
whose services are for both Houses. 

HOUSE OF CORRECTION. 

Overseers. William T. Andrews, George Darracott, Billings 
Briggs, Uriel Crocker, Joseph Moriarty. [Chosen from time to 
time. Ordinance, p. 193, Sup. Ord. p. 38.] 

Charles Robbins, Master. Salary $1,000. 

Eliphalet P. Hartshorn, Clerk. Salary $700. 



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There is also paid to four male Assistants ^300 each; and to 
three female Assistants ^200 each. Also, to one Watchman, 
$250. 

Chaplain. Rev. Charles Cleveland. Salary $600. 

BOSTON LUNATIC HOSPITAL. 
[Sup. Ord. p. 46.] 
Visiters. See Joint Committees, p. 25. 

C. H. Stedman, M D., Superintendent and Physician to the above 
Institutions. Salary $1,000. [Chosen in Sept. or Oct. Sup. 
Ord. p. 50.] 

There are also attached to this Institution one Steward and one 
Matron, $600 ; four male Attendants, $180 each ; four female 
Assistants, $168 each ; two male Assistants, $168 each ; one 
Housekeeper, one Washerwoman, tv/o Cooks, $2 each per 
week; one Sempstress, one Chamber and Table Girl, $1,50 
per week. 

OVERSEEBS OF THE POOR. 

[Charter, § 19, 34.] 

[^Chosen in each Ward zvhere they reside.] 



Ward K Thomas Hollis. 

2. Ephraim Milton. 

3. Joseph Moriarty. 

4. William Freeman. 

5. Daniel Henchman. 

6. Billings Briggs. 



Ward 7. Thomas Tarbell. 

8. John W.Warren, jr. 

9. Joseph Lewis. 

10. Joseph Eustis. 

11. William WiJlet. 

12. John Osborn. 



James Phillips, Secretary. Salary $800. 



PUBLIC SCHOOLS. 

[Sup. Ord. p. 58.] 
SCHOOL-COMMITTEE. 



Martin Brimmer, Mayor, Chairman, ^ ^ ^ .. 

P. W. Chandler, President of Common Council, ] ^^ opens. 



Ward 1. 



2. 



[The following are chosen in each Ward.] 
Ward 7 



Rev. Sebastian Streeter, 
Rev. John Woart. 
James 11 Barnes, 
Erastup O. Phinney. 
Andrew Ge5'er, 
Ezra Palmer, jr. 
Aurelius D. Parker, 
David Morgan. 
Frederick Emerson, 
William J. Dale. 
William J. Hubbard, 
George S. Hillard. 



Charles Gordon, 
Thomas M. Brewer. 

8. Rev. William Hague, 
Samuel F. Holbrook. 

9. Edward Wigglesworth, 
Rev. Daniel M. Lord. 

10. Winslow Lewis, jr. 
Rev. Nehemiah Adams. 

11. Rev. Otis A. Skinner, 
Rev. John T. Sargent. 

li!. Alvan Simonds, 

Rev. Lemuel Capen. 

Samuel F. McCleary, Secretary, 



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SUB-COMMITTEES. 

Books. — Messrs. Wigglesworth, Hillard, Hague, Palmer and 
Adams. 

To confer with Primary School Committee. Messrs. Emerson, 
Capen and Gejer. 

Music. — Messrs. CJordon, Hillard and Adams. 



SCHOOLS. 


LOCATION. 




COMMITTEES. 


Latin, . . 


School Street, . . 


Messrs 


The Mayor, Wigglesworth, Hil- 
lard, Hague and Adams. 


English High, 


Pinckney Street, . 


(C 


Hubbard, Lord, Parker, Lewis 
and Woart. 


Lyman, . . 


East Boston, . , 


" 


Morgan, Barnes and Geyer. 


Eliot, . . . 


North Bennet Street, 




Palmer, Streeter and Woart. 


EndJcott, 


Cooper Street, . . 




Streeter. Morgan and Geyer, 


Hancock, . 


Hanover Street, . 




Parker, Barnes and Palmer. 


Mayhew, 


Hawkins Streetj . 




Wigglesworth, Geyer &. Phinney 


Bowdoin, . 


Derne Street, . . 




Gordon, Chandler and Dale. 


Boylston, 


Washington Place, 




Hague, Holbrook and Lord. 


Adams, . . 


Mason Street, . . 




Lewis, Holbrook and Brewer. 


Franklin, . 


Washington Street, 




Skinner, Simonds and Sargent. 


Wells, . . 


McLean Street, . 




Emerson, Dale and Phinney. 


Hawes, . . 


South Boston, . . 




Capen, Skinner and Sargent. 


Mather, . . 


South Boston, . . 




Simonds, Holbrook and Capen. 


Johnson, 


Tremont Street, . 




Hillard, Adams and Brewer. 


Winthrop, , 


East Street, . . . 




Lord, Gordon and Capen. 


New North, 


Hanover and North 
Bennet Streets, 




Chandler, Emerson and Streeter* 


Brimmer, . 


Common Street, 




Sargent, Hubbard and Lewis. 


Smith, . . 


Belknap Street, 




Emerson, Parker and Dale. 



INSTRUCTERS IN THE VARIOUS SCHOOLS. 

Jfote. — All Grammar and Writing Masters have a salary of 
$1,500 each, except in the Mather School, $1,250 ; all Ushers in 
the Grammar and Writing Schools have a salary of $600 each ; 
and all Assistants $250 each. [All the salaries are fixed by the 
School Committee.] 

LATIN. 

Epes S. Dixwell, Master. Salary $2,000. 

Francis Gardner, Sub Master. Salary 1,500. 

George S. Parker,'Salary $S00, and George W. Torrey, Salary 

.$700, Ushers. 
Jonathan Snelling, Teacher of Writing. Salary $1,000. 

ENGLISHHIGH. 

Thomas Sherwin, Master. Salary $2,000. 
Luther Robinson, Sub Master. Salary $1,500. 
Francis S. Williams and John W. Bacon, Uslitrs. 



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LYMAN. 

Albert Bowker, Master. 

Aaron L. Ordway, Usher. 

Mary Atherton and Eliza S. Pierce, Assistants, 

ELIOT. 

Charles B. Sherman, Grammar Master. 

Levi Conant, Writing Master. 

George Tower and Jacob H. Kent, Ushers. 

Caroline W. Carter and Elizabeth Skinner, Assistants. 

HANCOCK. 

William J. Adams, Grammar Master. 
Peter Mackintosh, jr.. Writing Master. 

Adeline Howe, Henrietta L. Pierce, Catherine W. Snelling, 
Cecilia L. Gale, Sarah A. Dyke, Sarah E. ^luXe^JlssistaiUs. 

ENDICOTT. 

George Allen, jr., Gratnmar Master. 
Loring Lathrop, Writing Master. 
Robert W. Wright, Usher. 

Mary A. Torrin, Angelina A. Brigham, Ann M. Wight, Malvina 
R. Brigham, Assistants. 

M A Y H E W . 

William D. Swan, Grammar Master. 

Aaron D. Capen, Writing Master. 

Winslow Battles and Francis L. Capen, Ushers. 

Mary J. Walker and Eliza L. West, Assistants. 

B O W D O £ N . 

Abraham Andrews, Grammar Master. 

James Robinson, Writing Master. 

Mary A. Murdock, Rebecca Lincoln, Caroline E. Andrews, Har- 
riet French, Mary Robinson, Sarah D. Adams, Mary E. Nash, 
Assistants. 

BOYLSTON, 

Thomas Baker, Grammar Master. 
Charles Kimball, Writing Master. 
Henry Seaver, Usher. 

Margaret L. Emery, Clarinda R. F. Treadwell, Matilda Oliver, 
Susan I. Jones, Sarah French, Assistants. 

ADAMS. 

Samuel Barrett, Grammar Master. 

Josiah Fairbank, Writing Master. 

Isaac F Shepard, Usher. 

Elizabeth M. Emerson, Mary S. Brigham, Mary E. Beck, Assist- 
ants. 

B. Wood, Usher., Branch. 
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FRANKLIN. 

Barnum Field, Gramifiiar Master. 

Nathan Merrill, Writing Mastrr. 

Hannah S. Tirrell, Sarah Ann Gale, Catherine T. Simonds, 
Martha A. Parker, C. H. W. Emmons, Sarah A. Cushing, Caro- 
line A. Green, Maria E. Caverly, Assistants. 

WELLS* 

Cornelius Walker, Grammar Master, 
Keuben Swan, jr., Writing Master. 
William H. Swan, Levi Dodge, Ushers. 

Matilda A. Gerry, Hannah J, Woodman, Caroline F. Housleyj 
Ellen F. Hazletine, Assistants. 

H A w E s . 

Frederick Crafts, Grammar Master. 

John A. Harris, Writing Master. 

Charles A. Morrill, Usher. 

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WAUD OFFICERS 



Ward JVo. 1. 



Warden, 
E. H. Little. 

Clerk, 
William Harris. 



Warden, 
Thomas Moulton, 

Clerk, 
James M. Drake. 



Warden, 
Samuel Jepson. 

Clerk, 
Joel H. Walker. 



Warden, 
Reuben Reed, 

Clerk, 
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Warden, 
Michael Roulstone, 

Clerk, 
E. A. Hobart. 



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Jesse Farmer, 
Thomas Lombard, 
John Spence, jr. 
Martin Bates, jr. 
Thomas P. Pulsifer. 



Ward Ko. 2. 



Inspectors, 
George Carlisle, 
Edward J. Newhall, 
Benjamin Gowan, 
Joseph W. Pierce, 
Benjamin Brown. 



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Inspectors, 
William R. Stacy, 
Thomas Spr-egue, 
Andrew Abbott, 
Francis A. Kemp, 
Isaiah Caverly. 

Ward JVo. 4. 

Inspectors, 
Dainel A. Tainter, 
Peter Butler, jr. 
1). E. Jewett, 
F. L. Richardson, 
James Kidder, jr. 
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Inspectors, 
Loammi Crosby, 
Frederick Crosby, 
Thomas D. Hatch, 
John M. Wright, 
Charles C. Judson. 



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Ward JVo. 6. 



Warden, 
James C. Dunn. 

Clerk, 
William Minot, Jr. 



Warden, 
John P. Healey. 

Clerk, 
J. Otis Williams. 



Warden, 
George G. Smith. 

Clerk, 
Amos G. Bartlett. 



Warden, 
Jedediah Tuttle. 

Clerk, 
Stephen Tilton, jr. 



Warden, 
Samuel Pettes. 

Clerk, 
Amos Cumminffs. 



Warden, 
Joel Wheeler. 

Clerk, 
Daniel F. Child. 



Warden, 
William Eaton. 

Clerk, 
George N. Noyes. 



Inspectors, 
Charles H. Little, 
E. W. Pike, 
Charles Brown, 
John Reed, 
Ezra Lincoln, Jr. 



Ward jXo. 7. 



Ward JVo. 8. 



Inspectors, 
David B. Jewett, 
Alfred T. Turner, 
John R. Brewer, 
Samuel E. Guild, 
James P. Bush. 

Inspectors, 
T. P. Kendall, 
James Dillon, 
Daniel B. Badger, 
W. A. Harrington, 
George B. Parrott. 
Ward A'o. 9. 

Inspectors, 
James Bliss, 
Enoch Goodwin, 
R. B. Lincoln, 
Frederick H. Whitney, 
S. S. Ridgeway. 

Ward JVo. 10. 

Inspectors, 
Edward J. Long, 
John D, Weld, 
Edward Willett, 
J. F. W. Lane, 
Thomas P. Smith. 

Ward JYo. 11. 

Inspectors, 
James D. Kent, 
Francis Richards, 
George S. Jackson, 
George Hule, 
G. O. Frothingham. 

Ward ^''o. 12. 

Inspectors, 
Adams M. Holden, 
Barker B. Kent, 
Charles E. Paige, 
George Robinson, 
Joseph W. Hayes. 



49 



CENSUS OF BOSTON, 

AT VARIOUS PERIODS, 

And the several Apportionments of the Inhabitants by Vv^ards. 



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02 


tNew divi 
Wards, b 
sus of 183 






Ward No. 1 


2791 


32841 3558' 


3890 


4149 


5075 


5530 


G830 


6870 


7512 


" " 2 


2590 


2951 


3800 


5006 


4277 


5063 


5409 


G775 


6817 


1.5282 


" " 3 


2480- 


3189 


3545 


4813 


4908 


5279 


6068 


6820 


7012 


7345 


tc li 4 


1816 


2028 


2980 


4722] 




6497 


6040 


5394 


.5247^ 




East Boston, 


18^ 
480 J 








607 


959 


959 


1455 




(formerly 
IModdle's Island.) 


762 


762 


288 j' 


5149 








1 


7389 


Other Islands,&c 










355 


704 


704 


678 




Ward No. 5 


2254 


2803 


3652 


5074 


6138 


6675 


6959 


6959 


6804 


6879 


u u 6 


4414 


5853 


3638 


4235 


4503 


5780 


604S 


6638 


7585 


7288 


(< U J 


2513 


3213 


3787 


5732 


5760 


6913 


6576 


6823 


6727 


6482 


" " 8 


2811 


4304 


3520 


4819 


4529 


6762 


6364 


6812 


7945 


6702 


fformerly 9.) 






















Ward No. 9 


ie.97 


2160 


3588 


4727 


5072 


5887 


5499 


6656 


6839 


6742 


(formerly 8.) 






















Ward No. 10 


2013 


2318 


3621 


5082 


4937 


5843 


5963 


6672 


6827 


8133 


" " 11 


3989 


5076 


3424 


4009 


4227 


53fi] 


5077 


6695 


7336 


7450 


" " 12 


3528^ 


5357 


3419 


3894 


4908 


C910 


7541 




1 




South Boston, 


354) 


1986 


2837 


^5596 


115588 


5588 


<S5846 


6176 


(formerly north 






















part of Dorches- 






















ter ; annexed to 






















Boston, March 






















C, 1804.) 
























33,728 


43,298 


43,298 


58,277 


61,392 


78,603 


80,32£ 


80,325 


83,979 


93,383 



Fh-st Division of Wards, March 9, 1735. 

Second Division of Wards, February 1, 1806. 

* Third Division of Wards, March 13, 1822. 

t Fourth Division of Wards, December 10, 1838. 

:j: Including 776 inmates of the Houses of Industry, Correction, and Eeformation. 

jl Excluding 498 paupers and the Inmates of the House of Correction. 

§ Excluding 348 State Paupers. 

Snow's History of Boston relates, " the following account was taken" of Boston '-in the 
spring of 1722." 

" Number of Inhabitants above the Mill Creek, . . . 6018 

" Number of Inhabitants at North End, 4549 



10,5&' 



50 



AN ABSTRACT 



2^nnual BilU of illortaliti^ of llje (UttB of Boston, 



FOU T'^^ENTY-FOUR YEAP.S 



FROM 1820 TO 1843, 

With the ages and sex ; together with tlie diseases, casualties, 
and other causes of Death, according to the records of tlie 
Health Department, kept during that period, by Samuel H. 
Hewes, Es(^., the present Superintendent of Burials. 



YEAR. 


DEATHS. 


AGES. 


MALES 


. FEMALES. TOTAL. 


Total died 


in 


1820 


1102 


100 to 110 


2 


4 


6 


(( 


(( 


1821 


1424 


90' 


' 100 


30 


77 


107 


(( 


(( 


1822 


1204 


80 ' 


' 90 


242 


386 


628 


(( 


(( 


1823 


1154 


70' 


' 80 


511 


724 


1235 


<( 


(( 


1824 


1297 


60' 


' 70 


709 


824 


1533 


t( 


(C 


1525 


1450 


50' 


' 60 


1102 


929 


2031 


(( 


(( 


1S25 


1254 


40 ' 


' 50 


1693 


1242 


2935 


it 


(( 


1827 


1021 


30 ' 


' 40 


2152 


1848 


4000 


(C 


(( 


1828 


1233 


20' 


' 30 


1974 


2313 


4287 


kl 


(( 


1829 


1221 


10 ' 


' 20 


694 


1032 


1726 


(( 


(( 


1830 


1126 


5 ' 


' 10 


771 


629 


1400 


(( 


11 


1831 


1424 


2' 


' 5 


1783 


1545 


3323 


(< 


(( 


1832 


1763 


1 ' 


' 2 


1985 


2137 


4122 


t( 


(( 


1833 


1476 


Under 


lyr- 


3735 


2928 


6663 


i( 




1834 
1835 


1559 
1914 


Unkno 


wn, 


520 


~447 


r67 


It 








(( 


(( 


1836 


1770 






17,903 


17,065 


34,968 


1( 


(( 
(( 


1837 

1838 


1843 
1914 


Stillbo 


rn, 






2,572 


i( 




t( 


(C 


1839 


1864 










37,540 


i( 


(( 


1840 


1972 












t( 


n 


1841 


1919 












t( 


11 


1842 


2435 






• 






it 


n 


1843 


2201 













37,540 



51 



Abscess, 


83 


" on brain, 


5 


" on lung, 


1 


*' lumbar, 


6 


" in liver, 


1 


" in pleura, 


1 


" psoas, 


1 


Aneurism, 


4 


" of aorta. 


1 


Angina Pectoris, 


4 


Asthma, 


45 


Amputation, 

Apoplexy, 

Atrophy, 


1 

- S58 
10 



Bilious Colic, 

Bladder, inflammation of, 

or cystisis, 
Bloody flux, 
Bowel complaint, 

" inflammation of 
(enteritis) 
Bleedins:, or hcsmorrhage 
*' of bowels, 
" at lungs, 
" at stomach, 
^' of uterus, 
Brain, organic disease of, 
"" disease of, 
" effusion on, 
" inflammation of, 
(phrenitis) 
Brain, tumor on the, 
Bones, disease of the, 
Blood vessel, rupture of, 
Bronchitis, 
Burns, - . - 

Casualties and wounds, 

Cancer or carcinoma, 

Catarrh, 

Cachexy, 

Carbuncle, 

Cholera morbus, 

" infantum, 

" malignant. 
Chlorosis, 



31 

9 
2 

267 

718 

57 

1 

29 

2 

2 

1 

170 

2 

190 

2 

1 

32 

22 

199 

411 

185 

7 

25 

3 

167 

508 

78 

1 

3,643 







3,643 


Canker, 


- 


234 


Canker rash. 


- 


25 


" in bowels. 


- 


23 


Chest, inflammation 


of. 


1 


" disease of. 




4 


Child-bed, 


• 


364 


Colic, 


- 


32 


Consumption or phtliisis. 


5384 


Convulsions, 


- 


668 


Croup, Hives, or Cynan- 




clie Trachealis, 


- 


831 


Complication of diseases. 


2 


Chicken-pox, 


- 


12 


Coxalgia, 


- 


2 


Cramp, - 


- 


6 


Debility, 


_ 


312 


Decay of nature. 


- 


5 


Decline, 


- 


45 


Diabetes, 


- 


9 


Diaphragmatitis, 


- 


1 


Diarrhoea, 


- 


151 


" chronic, 


- 


9 


Drinking cold water. 


- 


19 


Dropsy, ascites or anas- 




arca. 


- 


691 


Dropsy in abdomen, 


- 


4 


" in brain or 


hy- 




drocephalus, - 




875 


Dropsy, in chest or 


hy- 




drothorax. 




124 


Dropsy of heart, 


- 


19 


" of head. 


- 


159 


" of ovarium, 


- 


1 


Dyspepsy, 


- 


43 


Dysentery, 


- 


867 


Drowned, 


- 


463 


Epilepsy, 


. 


26 


Erysipelas, 


- 


148 


Executed, 


- 


16 


Feebleness at birth, 


. 


6 


Fever, 


- 


120 


" brain. 


- 


220 



15,564 



52 



Fever bilious, 

" childbed or puer- 
peral, 

" gastric, 

" inflammatory, 

" intermittent, 

" hectic, 

" malignant, 

" nervous, - 

" lung or pulmonic, 

" pneumonia, 

" putrid, 

" pleurisy, - 

" rheumatic, 

*' scarlet or scarla- 
tina, 

" slow, 

" spotted, 

*' S3'nocha, - 

" typhus, 

" worm or worms, - 

«' yellow, 
Fistula, - 
Fits, 

Fractures, 

Frozen, . - - 

Fungus, - - - 

Gall bladder, rupture of. 
Glands, disease of the, - 
Gout or arthritis, 
Gravel, - - - 

Haeroaturia, 

Head disorders, - 

Heart, diseases of, 

" inflammation of 
(carditis) 

Hooping-cough, or per- 
tussis, - - - 

Hepatico gastritis, 

Hernia, - - - 

" strangulated. 

Heat, . - - 

Hip joint, complaint, 



15,564 
140 

72 

9 

115 

22 
3 
2 

42 

1507 

26 

8 

27 

. 54 

1155 

8 

3 

12 

1076 

99 

3 

4 

133 

15 

6 

2 

I 

4 

18 
27 

1 

7 
335 



12 

648 
1 

11 
5 
3 

32 



21,212 



21,212 
Insanity, - - 63 
Infantile diseases, - 2431 
Influenza, - - 108 
Inflammation, - - 73 
" chronic, - 1 
Intemperance, Intoxica- 
tion, and Delirium 
Tremens, - - 831 
Inanition, - - 1 
Introsusception, - 4 
Intestine, ulcerated stric- 
ture of, - - 1 

Jaundice or Icterus, - 67 



Knee, disease of. 


- 


1 


Kidnies, disease of. 


- 


11 


Lightning, 


_ 


1 


Lungs, disease of, 


- 


1 


" tumor on the. 


- 


1 


" inflammation 


of. 




(pneumonia) - 




596 


Lethargy, 


- 


7 


Leprosy, 


- 


3 


Lockjaw or tetanus. 


- 


16 


Larynx, inflammation of. 


8 


Liver, inflammation o 


for 




hepatitis. 


- 


32 


Liver, diseases of 


- 


202 


" scirrhus, 


- 


11 


Marasmus, 


- 


291 


Mesenteric gland, 


dis- 




ease of. 


- 


5 


Mesenteric gland, scirr- 




hus. 


- 


1 


Malformation, 


- 


1 


Measles or rubeola, 


- 


820 


Mortification, sphacelus. 




or gangrene, 


- 


170 


Murdered, 


- 


14 


Neuralgia, 


_ 


5 


Nervous affection, 


- 


3 


Obstipation, 


- 


3 



26,995 



53 



26,995 

Old age, - - - 1298 

Ovarium, disease of, - 1 

Ossification, - - 1 

Pleurisy, pleuritis, or in- 
flammation of pleura, 149 
Paralysis, - - 52 
Palpitation, - - 2 
Paralytic affection, - 6 
Palsy, - - - 260 
Pericardium, inflamma- 
tion of, - - 5 
Peritonitis, chronic, - 3 
Piles, ... 3 
Poison, - - - 25 
" by paint, - 1 
Peritoneum, inflamma- 
tion of - - 1 
Purpura haemorrhagica, - 2 
Prelapsus uteri, - - 1 

Quincy or cynanche, 

tonsillaris, - - 95 

Rickets, - - - 6 

Ringworm, - - 3 

Rupture, - - 8 

Rheumatism, - - 52 

Rash, - - - 2 

Scalds, - - - 34 

Scrofila, - - 152 

Scurvy, - - - 8 

Scapula, disease of, - 1 

Syphilis or venereal, - 41 
Stomach, inflammation 

of, - - - 40 



29;247 



Stomach, disease of. 


29,247 
18 


" scirrhus. 


2 


Scirrhus, 


18 


Sciatica, 


1 


Salt Rheum, 


3 


Spine disease. 


48 


" distorted, - 


1 


" enlarged, 


1 


Spina bifida. 


1 


Strangulation, 


3 


Strangury, 
Skin dis.ease. 


2 
1 


Spasms, 
Spleen, - 
Sunstruck, 


- 173 
3 
1 


Suicide, 


- 183 


Stone or calculus. 


4 


Stillborn, 


- 2589 


Stricture, 


1 


" of Esophagus 
Sudden, - 


1 

- 197 


Suffocation, 


19 


Small Pox or variola, 


- 370 


Teething or dentition, 


- 479 


Throat Distemper 
cynanche maligne. 


or 

- 252 


Thrush or aphtha. 
Tumors, 


40 

81 


Tic Doloreux, 


2 


Ulcers, - 


43 


Urethra, stricture of, 


o 


Uterus, disease of, 


9 


" rupture of, 
Unknown, 


1 

- 3727 


White swelling, 


- 16 



37,540 



TABLE OF CONTENTS, 



Page. 


Page. 


Aldermen, - - 


22 


Committees, Joint Stand- 




Accounts, board of, 


28 


ing, - 


25 


Assessors, - _ . 


28 


of Mayor and Alder- 




assistant, 


28 


men, 


26 


Auditor, . . . 


28 


of reduction of City 




Attorney, City, 


28 


debt. 


25 


Assay Masters, 


33 


of Accounts, 


25 


Alien passengers, superin- 




of Lunatic Hospi- 




tendent of. 


33 


tal, - 


25 






of Finance, - 


25 


Bark Measurers, 


34 


of Public Lands, - 


25 


Boat Weighers, 


34 


of Public Build- 




Bridges, Committee on, - 


27 


ings, 


25 


Superintendents 




of Public Instruc- 




of - - - 


31 


tion, 


26 


Buildings, public, Com- 




of J;iil, &c. - 


26 


raittee on, - - - 


25 


of House of Correc- 




Superintendent 




tion, 


26 


of - 


31 


of House of Refor- 




Burial grounds, Committee 




mation, 


26 


on, - - . . 


27 


of Police, 


26 


Superintendent 




of Internal Health, 


26 


of - 


30 


of External Health, 


26 


Bells and Clocks, Com- 




of Fire Department, 


26 


mittee on. 


27 


ofMarket, - 


26 


Buildings, removal of, - 


20 


of Common and 




Buildings, sale of public, 


20 


Malls, 
of Burial Grounds, 


27 


Chaplain House of Cor- 




&c., 


27 


rection, - - . 


35 


of Lamps, Bells and 




Council Common, mem- 




Clocks, 


27 


bers of. 


22 


of Bridges, - 


27 


Rights and Duties 




of County Ac'ts, - 


27 


of - - - 


8, 


of Licenses, - 


27 


Rules of, - 


9 


of Widening Streets, 


27 


Standing Commit- 




of Paving and Re- 




tees of, 


27 


pairs of Streets, 


27 


Clerk of, - - 


24 


of Comnion Sewers 




President of, 


22 


and Drains, 


27 



56 



CONTENTS 





Page. 


Committee of Elections 




and Returns, - 


27 


of Enrolled Ordinan- 




ces, - - - 


27 


on Ordinances, 


27 


on Fuel, 


26 


Collector of Taxes, 


28 


Census, &c., at various 




periods, - - _ 


49 


Coroners, ... 


29 


Constables, 


29 


Clerk, City, - 


24 


Cullers, of Dry Fish, 


33 


Hoops and Staves, 


33 


Crier, City, . - - 


34 


Cemeteries, Public, Com- 




mittee on. 


27 


Charitable Institutions, 




public, ... 


34 


Clocks, Bells and Lamps, 




Committee of, 


27 


Deaths in Boston, - 


50 


Diseases, &c., 


51 


Elections, Committee on, 


27 


Engineer, Chief, - 


31 


Assistants, 


31 


Engines, . . . 


32 


Fire Department, - 


31 


Fence Viewers, 


33 


Field Drivers, 


33 


Foremen of Engines, 


32 


Fuel Ordinance, 


18 


Committee, 


26 


Government of City, 


22 


Hay Weighers, 


33 


Healtli Department, 


30 


Highways, Surveyors of, 


30 


Hemp, Surveyor of, 


33 


House of Industry, 


34 


Directors of. 


34 


Superintendent of. 


34 


House ot Correction, 


34 


Overseers of. 


34 


Master of, - 


34 



Page. 

House of Reformation, 

Committee on, - 26 

Ordinance, - - 17 

Superintendent of, 34 

Directors of, - 34 

Hospital, Lunatic, - - 35 

Visitors of, - - 25 
Superintendent 

and Physician, - 35 

Inspectors of Prisons, - 30 

of Lime, - - 33 

Instructors of Public 

Schools, - - 36 

Jailer, Deputy, . . 30 

Jail, Committee of, - 26 

Keeper of County Court 

House, - - - 31 



Lumber, Surveyor General 
of - - - - 33 
Deputy Surveyors 
of - - - 33 
Lamps, Superintendent of, 31 
Lands, Public, Superin- 
tendent of, - - 31 
Lamps, Bells and Clocks, 

Committee of, - - 27 

Licenses, Committee of, 27 

Lighter Weighers, - 34 

Lunatic Hospital, - - 35 

Mortality of Boston, 1820 

to 1843, ... .50 

Mayor and Aldermen, - 22 

Committees of, - 26 

Municipal Court, see act, 18 

Judges and Clerk 

of, - - - 29 

Attorney, - - 29 

Crier of, - - 29 

Marshal, City, - - 29 

Deputies of, - 29 

Market, Committee on, - 26 

Clerk of, - - 31 



CONTENTS. 

Page. 



Measurers of Wood and 

Bark, - - - 34 

Measures and Weights, 25 

Messenger, - - - 24 

Night Police, ... 30 

Overseers of the Poor, - 35 
of House of Correc- 
tion, - - 34 

Ordinances, . - - 17 

Committees on, - 27 

Pound Keeper, - - 33 
Public Lands, Superin- 
tendent of, - - 31 
Public Buildings, Commit- 
tee on, ... 25 
Police Department, - 29 
Police Court, - - 29 
Justices and Clerk, 29 
Police Officers, - - 29 
Prisons, Inspectors of, - 30 
Port Physician, - - 30 
Physicians, Consulting, - 30 
Paving and Repaiis of 

Streets, Committee on, 27 

Public Buildings, sale of, 20 

Quarantine, - - - 30 

Residences members Gov- 
ernment, - - - 22 

Rainsford Island, Keeper 

of - - - - 30 

Rules, Joint, of City Coun- 
cil, . - - - 3 

Rules of Common Coun- 
cil, .... 8 



Removal of Buildings, 

Streets, Committee on 
Widening, 

Paving and P^e pairs 

Superintencent of, 
Surveyors of tlighways. 
Surveyors of Plemp, 
Solicitor, City, 
Sewers and Drains, Com- 
mittee of, - - 

Superintendent of, 
Sealers of WeigJit.s and 

Measures, - - - 
Schools, Public, 

Instructers in, 
School Committee, 

Primary do.. 
Sheriff, . - - - 
Treasury Department, - 
Treasurer, City, 
Taxes, Collector of, 

Deputies of, 

Undertakers, 

Visitors of Lunatic Hos- 
pital, • - - = 

Watch, City, - 

Captain of, - 
Weighers of Hay, - 

of Boats and Light- 
ers, - 
Weights and Measures, 

Sealers of, - 
Ward Officers, 
Wood Measurers, - 



57 



Pa^e. 

20 



27 

27 
30 
30 
33 

28 

30 
30 

34 
35 
36 
35 
39 
29 
28 
'28 
28 
23 

30 



30 
30 
33 

34 

34 
47 
34 



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