« SebelumnyaLanjutkan »
REGULATORS AND SURYETURJ
borough, in which they shall insert an original entry or minute of cvery regulation or survey, or other act, by them made and done. And that one days personal notice at least shall be given to said regulators, previous to the time appointed for the performance of any duty to be required of them. But before the said regulators and surveyors shall enter upon the duties of their respective offices, they shall severally take an oath to be administered by the Chief Burgess, Assistant Burgess, or by any justice of the peace of the county.-“ That they will well and truly perform the duties of said office or * appointment, without favor partiality or prejudice, to the best of « their skill and judgment." Enacted and ordained in Town Council, April 10th, 1815.
President of the Council. Attest-Geo, KLINE, Jr. Clerk.
to an Ordinance respecting Regulators and Surveyors. Whereas, it is represented to the Town Council of the borough of Carlisle, that no record has been made and preserved of the regulations and surveys made by the regulators, agreeably to the provisions of “an Ordinance respecting regulators and surveyors,” passed the 10th of April 1815. Therefore,
Sect. l. And be it enacted and ordained by the Town Council, of the borough of Carlisle, and it is hereby ordained and enacted by the authority of the game, That the regulators be required to ascertain, within one month from the passage hereof, all regulations of the heighth, and declination of pavements in said borough, which have been made by the present, or former regulators, and to have the same regulations particularly entered in a book to be kept by them for that purpose, if the same have not been already so entered. And if the said regulators shall neglect or refuse to perform any part of the duty enjoined on them as aforesaid, they shall forfeit and pay to the use of the corporation the sum of ten dollars, for each offence. And it shall be the duty of the Chief Burgess and Assistant Burgess, to see that this ordinance is fully carried into effect.
SECT. 2. And be it further ordained, &c. That whenever hereafter the regulators for the time being, shall regulate and establish the heighth and declination of any Street, Labe or Alley, or of any pavement therein-they shall within ten days thereafter, have the same particularly entered in the said book, under the penalty of five dollars, for each neglect or refusal so to do.
SALARIES OF BOROUGE OFFICBRS.
Sect. 3. And be it further ordained, &c. That the street and road Commissioners of said borough, shall within two months from this date, place or cause to be placed proper and permanent marks of stone, iron or other durable material at such leading points in said regulations, as the said regulators shall deem necessary, so as distinctly and plainly to designate the same, under the penalty of forfeiting for each neglect, the sum of fifty dollars, to be recovered for the use of the corporation,
SECT. 4. And be it further ordained, &c. That whenever here. after the regulators for the time being, shall deem it proper, that any such mark should be placed at any leading point in any regulation hereafter made by theme the street and road Commissioners for the time being, shall on notice thereof being given to them, place or cause to be placed, such marks as are directed in the preceding section, under the penalty of five dollars, for each months neglect, to be recovered as aforesaid
Sect. 5. And be it further ordained, &c. That if any person shall at any time, destroy, break, deface alter or remove, (uithout the authority of the Town Council,) any mark so placed, in obedience to this ordinance, such person shall forfeit and pay for the use of the corporation, the sum of fifty dollars, to be recovered as aforesaid. Ordained and enacted in Town Council, July 20, 1821.
President of Town Council. ATTEST-GEO. A. GRAYSON, Clerk
AV ORDINANCE fixing the Compensation of certain Officers of the Corporation.*
*Obsolete and repealed by Supplement,
AN ORDINANCE respecting Salaries of Borough Officers. Be it enacted &c. That all ordinances fixing the salaries of Borough officers, be, and the same are hereby repealed, and that the salaries of the different officers as fixed for the present year, shall be the compensation which the present officers shall receive, and it shall be the duty of every Council at their first meeting, or some subsequent meeting to fix and designate the compensation which each officer of the borough shall receive, for the year or term he is elected, which shall not be diminished during his continuance in office. Enacted and ordained in Town Council June 12th. 1824
President of the Town Council. Attest-Tuomas Jones, Clerk,
AN ACT, OR ORDINANCE,
supplementary to an Ordinance, or Law to regulate the Market.
Sect. 1. Be it' enacted and ordained by the Town Council of the borough of Carlisle, and it is hereby enacted by the authority of the same: That from and after the legal publication of this act, no Butcher or other person, selling meat, by less than the quarter, shall be permitted to occupy any Stall, or part of a Stall, for the purpose of selling meat, during Market hours, in the Outer range of Stalls, in the Market House of this Borough: And if any butcher, or other person as aforesaid, shall occupy any of said outer stalls, or any part thereof, contrary to the true intent and meaning of this act, be shall forfeit and pay the sum of Three Dollars, to the use of this corporation for each and every offence: Which fine the Clerk of the market is here. by authorized to collect. Provided, nevertheless, that this act shall not be construed, so as to prevent fariners from selling their beef, veal, and other meat by the quarter, on the outer range of stails as heretofore.
Sect. 2. And be it further enacted by the authority aforesaid, That the rent of the inner Stalls, shall be as at present, Six Dollars per annum, to be paid as is provided by an Ordinance passed the 12th of April 1823, and the Clerk of the Market, is hereby authorized and directed, to allow any butcher, or other person to occupy any vacant Stall of the inner range, for the sum of Twenty Cents, for each and overy market day he shall so occupy the same.
Sect. 3 And be it further enacted by the authority aforesaid, That the owner, or driver of every wagon, cart or carriage, other than those hereinafter excepted, during market hours, shall back his or their Wagon, Cart, or Carriage, in such a way, as that the wheels shall rest against the curb stone of the side pavement in High Street, or on the South side of the Market House: And no person, or persons shall be permitted to occupy any part of Hanover Street, in front of the Market House, during said hours, with his wagon, cart, or carriage : And any person offending against any provision of this section, shall forfeit and pay, a fine of one dollar.
Sect 4. And be it further enacted, That all wagons laden with Wood, Rails, Boards or other lumber, shall not be permitted during market hours, to back their wagons against the Curb Stone, of the side pavement in High Street, or on the South side of the Market House, nor to occupy any part of Hanover Street, opposite to the said market house, nor the Eastern end thereof as aforesaid, under the penalty of one dollar.
Sect. 5. And be it further enacted, That an ordinance entitled, "An ordinance supplementary to an Ordinance or law, to regulate the market,” passed the eleventh day of August, 1821, be and the same is hereby repealed. Enacted in Tuwn Council, the 22d of May, 1824.
President of the Town Council, Attest-Thomas Jones, Clerk.
Respecting party walls, and the foundation of Buildings. Persons intending to build to call on the regulators and surveyors to mark the
boundary line, according to the plan of the borough- The owners of ad. Joining lots to be present, unless in cases of non-attendance after ten days notice being given by the party intending to build.
1 Persons intending to build to make known' whether the wall next the adjoin
ing lot shall be a party wall-Regulators to mark the foundation--Space of ground allowed on an adjoining lot when a party wall-Regulators not to act without the party owning the adjoining lot be present, unless in case of non-attendance when ten days written notice is given.
2 Depth of foundation when a party wall-Dimensions-Expense to be paid by
first builder, and reimbursed by the person who may hereafter build, the value thereof to be ascertained by the regulators.
3 Relating to the building of log or frame houses. Penalty on persons building, unless having first called upon the regulators to view.
5 Relating to vaults under the pavements.
6 Liberty granted to persons building, a portion of the street -Proviso-Time limited for occupying the streetPenalty.
7 Sect. 1. Be it ordained and enacted by the Town Council of the borough of Carlisle, and it is hereby ordained and enacted by the authority of the same, That it shall be the duty of the regulators or surveyors of said borough when called on for that purpose by the owner or owners, occupier or occupiers of any lot or lots in said borough, to lay off, ascertain and mark the lines and boundaries of such lot or lots, agreeably to the plan of said borough and the just rights of all parties interested ; and no person or persons hereafter shall build, construct, or erect, or cause to be built, constructed or erected, any house or building on any of the streets, lanes or alleys, or adjoining the lot or ground of any other person or persons, before he, she or they shall have his, her or their ground, upon which such building is intended to
be erected, designated and marked out by said regulators or surveyors in the presence of the person or persons, owning the adjoining lot of ground, or of such executor, guardian or agent as may have the care and management of the same, unless in cases of non-attendance, where ten days written notice hạth been given to him, her, or them, by the party so intending to build.
Sect. 2. Be it ordained, &c. That in case any person or persons intending to build or erect any house or houses on his, her or their ground, and adjoining the ground of any other person or persons, shall declare and manitest his, her or their intention to construct and make the same wall and walls of such house or houses to be a party wall or walls between him, her or them, and the person or persons owning the adjoining ground, the person or persons, so intending to build, before he, she or they shall commence to break ground in order to prepare the foundation thereof, shall call upon the said regulators or surveyors to set out and mark the foundation for the same, which said regulators shall lay out the foundation or foundations thereof, so that the said party wall or walls shall stand upon and extend over the line the one half of the thickness of such wall or walls, provided, that in no case more than 12 inches shall be occupied over such neighbours wall: And provided also, that the regulators shall not proceed in making any regulation, except in the presence of the owner or owners of the adjoining lot of ground, or of such other person or persons as may have the care and management of the same, unless ia cases of non-attendance, where ten days written notice hath been proved upon him, her or thein by the party intending to build as aforesaid,
Sect. 3. Be it further ordained, &c. That the foundation of all party walls shall be dug and laid at least seven teet below the surface of the street, if the said street shall have been regulated and pitched by the regulators or surveyors, if not, the said regulators and surveyors shall fix the depth of the said foundation, so that it shall be at least seven feet below the level of the street when it shall be so regulated and pitched ; And it is further ordained, That the said party walls shall be constructed and built as follows, to wit: if the whole superstructure shall be built of stone, then from the foundation up to the first floor or tier of joists, the wall shall be two feet in thickness, and faced on both sides, and from the first floor or tier of joists, the said wall shall be carried up i8 inches in thickness, leaving an offset or scarcement of three inches on each side, to support the first tier of joists, and if the superstructure shall be built of brick, then from the foundation up to the first floor or tier of joists the walls shall be built