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A,

Owners, and agents of non-residents,

to state on oath the accuracy of
AD QUOD DAMNUM.

Lists, or in what they are defective, 67 68
Writ of—to be issued by the Clerk of Penalty on failure to do so,

68
the County Court of Henrico, on Duty of Assessor, on such failure, 68
request of the Directors of Public Lots of Decedents to be charged to
Buildings, &c.

7 8 their Estates and their personal
See Streets, and

26 property liable for Taxes thereon,
ALDERMEN.

until regular transfers made to Heirs
Who eligible,
12 or Devisees,

68
How, and by whom elected,

12 Assessor, to enter his own property,
Their number,

12 15 22 29 and that for which he is liable, 71
Jurisdiction of,

14 15 21 Assessor, as soon after the 1st of
Vacancy, how supplied,

13 March, in every year, as practica-
ARROWS.

ble to call on every person charge.
Not to be discharged from any Bow, able with any Tax, for a written list
in the streets,

116 of the subjects-to be authentica-
ASSEMBLY, GENERAL

ted by the oath of the furnisher, 68 69
When first held in the Town of Rich- Oath to be administered by Assessor, 69
mond,

9 Penalty on failure to furnish such list
See Representative.

-or to authenticate it by oath, 69
ASSESSOR.

In case of such failure, how Assessor
When and by whom appointed, 66 to proceed,

69
Bond, and Qualification,

66 67 Two fair copies of Lists to be furnish-
Salary of,

71 121 ed to the Chamberlain, on or before
When and by whom Bond may be

the 1st July—one for the Hall, and
put in suit,

the other for the Collector,

69
Duties, of,

67 68 69 The Assessor to be regulated in the
To make a list annually of the Tax manner of performing his duties, as

on Houses and Lots, in the City, nearly as practicable, by that pre-
whether improved or not-and scribed by Act, 6th March, 1819,
enter it in a book,

67 to the Commissioner of the Reve-
Fach Lot or part of a Lot, to be en- nue,

tered separately--with the num. Assessor, when not also Commisa
ber, quantity, and value of ground sioner of the Revenue, to obtain
and improvements; name of own. from the Clerk's of Hustings and
er, his residence and amount of County Courts, lists of Deeds, Wills,
Taxes,

67 &c. recorded within the preceding
Alterations, of ownership, value, year,

73.
improvements, title, to be notic- Expenses-how defrayed,

71
ed,

76 Errors of Assessor, when and how rec.
Frrors in entries or descriptions of tified,

the preceding years, to be cor. See Equalizers.
rected ;-but no transfer of any Ordinaries and Houses of Private En-
Lot, heretofore correctly charg- tertainment,-yearly rent thereof,
ed, shall be made, but on record to be ascertained and returned by
evidence,

68

69

69

Assessor, in his List of Taxable
A. List of Taxable Personal Pro-

Lots,

70
perty of residents, to be annual. :
Rent of, how ascertained,

70
ly taken, ---distinguishing each
species-with the amount of Buildings, number of,-erected with-
Tax, separately, and in the ag- in the preceding year—their mate.
gregate,

67 rials, height, uses, &c. to be ascer.
in taking Lists of Real and Pere

tained and returned,
sonal property,-- how to pro- General regulations to be pursued in
cerile

67 68 69 preparing said Lists,

70 72
107 109
52 Sale of, regulated,

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Pavements a statement of the costs

BREAD.
of, and tax thereon, &c. to be report.

Assize of sole power

of establishing,
ed by Assessor to the Equalizers,
71 vested in Hustings Court,

14
See Equalizers.

Loaf-bread exposed for sale, to be sold
ATTORNEY OF THE CITY. by avoirdupois weight,

101
Salary of,

63 To be made of good and wholesome
AUCTIONEERS.
four or meal,

101
By whom licensed, and under what Weight of Loaves,

101
terms,

21 Loaves to be stamped with the initials
License-how obtained, and term of, 81 of the makers name, and the figures
General License for the sale of Real designating the weight of each loaf, 101

and Personal estate-on what terms Penalty on selling or exposing for
granted,

82 sale, bread, without stamp, or false-
Special License, for the sale of Lands ly stamped,

101
and Slaves,

82|Or bread made of unwholesome flour
For the sale of Public Stock.

83 or meal-or containing alum or any
Clerk's Fees,
82 83 other unwholesome ingredient,

101
Penalty on selling without License, 83 Penalties, how recovered,

101
Sales of Sheriffs, and other Public Of-

BRICK-KILNS.
ficers,--by Executors, Trustees, &c.
How regulated,

116
not affected by this Ordinance, 84 BRIDGE over Shockce Creek.
Auctioneers, exempted from Merchant Corporation authorized to raise mo-
Tax,

83 84 ney by Lottery to erect a stone
Bell or Herald to notify to the Public bridge over,

16
the time and place of sale, when

BUILDING MATERIALS.
'may be used,

83 Obstruction to Streets by, how re-
Returns of Auctioneers to be made on gulated,

44
oath,

82 83 BUILDINGS, Reparation of.

Precautions to be taken to warn foot
B.

passengers against passing under

the roof, chimney, &c. of buildings
BALL,
undergoing repairs,

115
Playing at, in Streets, prohibited, 116

BUILDINGS, Public.
BALLOONS
Ground appropriated for,

6
Location of,

9 27:
Not to be set off, without permission
in writing, &c.

116

See Directors of Public Buildings.
BANDY.

BURYING PLACES.
Playing at, in Streets, prohibited, 116

Richmond Hill. Regulations for the
BASIN-MASTER.

government of-by whom establish-

ed,
114

86
By whom, and when appointed,

114

Walls, Gates, &c. how and by whom
Term, &c.

114
Oath of office,

kept in repair,

86 87
Sexton of, by whom appointed,
115

86
Salary,
Duties and authority of,

114 115

Interments therein,-how regulat-
114
ed,

86 87 90
Boats not to float at large in Basin,

Shocke Hill. Committee of_how con-
Penalty on setting afloat, boats made

stituted--and powers,

87
fast,

114

Keeper of, when and by whom ap-
Boats afloat, to be secured by Basin-

115
Master, and disposed of,

87
pointed, &c.
To give Bond, &c.

87
BOUNDARIES OF THE CITY.

88
20 27 Duty of,-Salary and Fees,
Ascertained,

Interments—how regulated,

89 90
Coutts' Addition and Watson's Tene-
ment to be taken as part of the City, 20 Graves--depth of,

Title to Sections of ground-how ac-
Commissioners appointed by the Exe.

27
cutive, to ascertain and establish, quired,

88 89
When to revert to City,

89
Lots—how owners may have them in-

89
cluded within City Boundary,

27 Enclosures of, regulated,

Injuries to enclosures, Tomb-Stones,
Streets, to be extended to the Boun-

&c. how punished,
dary line-and the dividing lines of
the Wards,

28

BUTCHERS.
BRAN.

See Markets.
To be sold and bought by weight,

52

BUTTER
Average weight of bushel,

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88

90

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BYRD'S LOTTERY, &c. When may act by Deputy,

110
Charles Carter, the surviving Trustee, To receive Rents of Stalls,

105
authorized to convey Lots, &c. held Duty of, on any Stall becoming va-
under,

cant,

105
Conveyance, not to affect the rights To examine Meats, Fish, Fowls, &c.

of other claimants, or the heir at and if defective-how to proceed, 107
Law of Byrd,

12 Butter, Oysters, &c. if bought in City,

or consigned therein, &c. to be seiz-
C.
ed,

107 8
How disposed of,

108
CAPITOL.
To inspect Measures, &c.

109
Capitol, &c. to be erected,

7 Examine Butter, &c. sold by weight,
How built, and of what,
7 and seize, if deficient,

109
See Public Square.

Authority of, within Market limits, as
CARTS.

to wagons,
&c.

100
See Wagons, Drays and Carts.

See Markets.
CELLAR DOORS.

COLLECTOR OF RAXES,
Not to be erected on Streets of less By whom, and when appointed,

72
width than fifty feet,
47 Bond,

72
May extend five feet, in the foot way

May appoint a Deputy, with the ap-
of Streets fifty feet in width, 47 probation of the Hall,

72
CHAMBERLAIN.
Duty of,

72 73
When and by whom elected,

78 To collect all Taxes and Levies, im-
Tenure of office,
78 posed by any Ordinance,

72
To execute bond,

80 To commence 1st August in each year, 72
Oath of office,

80 Distress for tax, when may be made,
Salary,

80
and on what levied,

52 73
Duty of-as Chamberlain--as Treasu-

How disposed of,

73
rer and Secretary of the Sinking

Insolvents and Absentees-list of, to
Fund and Clerk of the Common

be returned on oath, certified by
Hall,

- 79 Court of Hustings, to the Chamber.
CHIMNIES.

lain, within six months after tax is
Wooden, not to be erected,
3 5 payable,

73
CITY-HALL.

Subject to corrections of the Hally 73
New Building, nearthe Capitol square, Compensation of

72
used as the City Court-House, to be

See Taxes.
known by the name of the City-

COMMON COUNCIL.
Hall,

12
84 Who eligible,
Committee of, when and by whom

Who not eligible,

15
appointed.-Duty of,
85 By whom elected,

12 24
Keeper of-when and by whom ap-

Mode of election,

12 23 24

23
pointed-Duty and Salary of,

85 By whom conducted,
Injuring or defacing of-how punish-

How constituted,

13 14 16 29
ed,

85 Qualifications—to be judged of by
Refreshments, &c. under what regu-

Comnion Councilmen elect,

24
lations may be sold therein
85 86 Oath of,

41
Yard of-See Public Square.

President of,

25
CITY PROPERTY.

COMMON-HALL.
All the property, real and personal,

When and by whom may be convened, 25
vested in the Trustees of the Town

Quorum,

15 25
of Richmond-transferred to, and Authority of,
vested in the Corporation,

15 See Common Council.
CITY OF RICHMOND.

COMMONS.
See Corporation.

Common Hall empowered to lease.
CLERK OF THE COMMON-HALL. sell, or use a parcel of land, ceded
When and by whom elected,

79

by William Byrd, in the year 1742,
Duty of,

79

as a common for the use of the in.
May appoint a Deputy, with the ap-

habitants of Richmond, &c.

33
probation of the Hall,

79

CONSTABLE.
See Chamberlain.

To be annually appointed by Hustings
CLERKS OF MARKETS.
Court,

29
To be appointed by the Hustings To takć the oath of Constable, and
Court,
14. give bond, &c.

29

25

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May appoint Deputies, with the ap.

DOGS.-Mad
probation of the Court,
30 Proceedings against,

123
Authority of,

29

DRAYS.
Fees,

29 30 See Wagons, Drays, &c.
Ca. Sa.when may be executed by him, 37
Henrico Constables-authority of, re-

E.
stricted,

32
CORN.

ELECTIONS.
To be sold and bought by weight,

52

Of Common-Councilmen, 12 16 22 23
Bushel, average weight of,

52

Mayor, Recorder and Aldermen, 29
CORPORATION.

Delegate to represent the City, 19
The Town of Richmond, incorporated, 13 See Ward Elections.
Style of,

12

ENGINES. Fire
To have a common Seal,

13 16 See Fire Department.
Keeper of,

36

EQUALIZERS.
General corporate powers,

13 25 38 When and by whom appointed, 70
To erect Public Buildings,

Duty of,

70 71
Work-Houses,

See Assessor.
Houses of Correction,

ERRORS.
Court-House,

Of Assessor, how and when rectified 69 70
Prison,
Market-House,

F.
Hospitals, &c.

13
To purchase Fire Engines,

13 21

FEES.
Sink Wells,
13 Of Constable,

29
Tax Ordinaries,
14 Guager,

61
Expel disorderly persons, &c. 14 Magazine Keeper,

64
Fine Tippling-Houses,

14 Chamberlain,
See Hustings Court.

For entering Wagons, &c. 53 57
Common Council.

License for Public Exhibi.
Property vested in the Trustees of

tions,

77
the Town of Richmond, vested in

Auctioneers,

82 83
Corporation,

15

FILTH and DIRT.
COUNTY LEVY.

See Nuisance.
See Titheables.

FINES and PENALTIES.
COURTS.

How recovered and appropriated, 48 100
Of Appeals,–High Court of Chance-

FIRES.
ry,-General Court, &c.—when first Fire Companies.
held in the Town of Richmond,

How constituted,

91
See Hustings Court.

Immunities of,

91 92
CRACKERS,

Roll of, to be reported to Courts
See Fire-Works.

of Enquiry by Commandants, 92
Effect of report,

92
D.

Penalty on failure to report, 92
Empowered to elect officers, and

93
DIRECTORS OF PUBLIC BUILDINGS.

make by-laws,

Election, when and to whom cer-
Authority of, 7 8 9 10 17 18 27

tified,

93
See Lots.

Meetings of,

93
DOGS.
Absentees to be reported,

93
When not to run at large, 122 124 Fire Department.
Under what restrictions and regula-

Of whom constituted,

94
tions admitted in the Streets, 124 125 Clerk of, when and how appoint-
Owner of, who deemed,

125 ed,
Dogs, found at large, how secured and

Duty of,

95
disposed of,

122 123 124 125 Vacancies in the office of Princi.
Hedemption, terms of,

124

pal Engineer, and Fire War.
Penalty on permitting to go at large, 124 dens-how filled,
Strangers, when affected by this Or. May adopt rules, &c. to be ap.
dinance,

125

proved by the Common-Hall, 94
Penalty on obstructing the execution Empowered to make by-laws, and
of this Ordinance,

123

regulate their own proceedings
See Markets.

in meetings,

96

95

97

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