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Meetings of,

96 Unsrund, not to be offered for sale in
Engines and repairs to, &c. regu. Markets,

107
lated,
96 97 Duty of Clerks of Markets,

107
Penalty on preventing the Prin-

FOOT-WAYS.
cipal Engineer-Wardens

or Not allowed to Streets of less width
any Fire-man, discharging his than thirty feet,

46 47
or their duty at fires,
97 Exception,

47
Principal Engineer.

By whom laid out,

46
When and by whom nominated, How graduated and regulated, 47
and to whom,

91 92 Eighteen feet wide, on Streets exceed.
Proceedings thereon,

93 94 ing 100 feet in width,
How distinguished at fires, 96 Twelve feet, on Streets less than 100
Authority of, in all cases of fires, 94 feet, and under 65 feet in width, 46
Duty of, at fires,

94 95 Ten feet, on Streets 50 and under 65
To report to Fire Department the feet in width,

46-9
cause of fires, &c.

95 Seven feet, on Streets 40 and under
To report delinquencies,
95 50 feet in width,

47
To examine Engines, &c. in the Five feet, on Streets 30 and under 40
months of April and October,
feet in width,

47
and report their condition to What part may be occupied by mer.
Fire Department,
95 chandize,

44
Penalty on failure to attend fires, Penalty on riding on,

44 45
&c.

97

FRUITS, CAKES, &c.
When and by whom remitted, 97 Not to be sold by slaves residing in
In absence of, by whom his duties City,

119
to be performed,

95 Sales of, in Streets, how regulated, 118
Fire Wardens.
When and by whom nominated,

G.
and to whom,

91
Proceedings thereon,

93 94

GAOL,
How distinguished at fires, 96 Corporation authorized to build, 13
Duty of, on alarm of fire,

95

GOATS.
at fires,
96 Going at large, prohibited,

5 6
How classed, and when to act as How taken up, and disposed of, 125
Principal Engineer,

95

GUAGER AND INSPECTOR.
Commanders of Fire Companies.

When and by whom appointed, 60
Duty of, on alarm of fire,
95 May appoint a Deputy,

62
Engines, &c. when, and under Oath of office, and before whom taken, 62
what regulations to be remov-

Not to traffic, in articles, required to
ed from Engine-house,

95 be inspected and guaged,
To report quarter yearly to the All spirituous Liquors, Wine, Oil, Mo-

Fire Department, thenumber of lasses, Vinegar, and Spirits of Tur.
whitemembers who attended at pentine in casks, brought into this

each fire during the quarter, 96 City, to be vended therein, must be
To report annually, the names of inspected,

60
the effective members of their Penalty on failure to submit them to
companies-and names of offi. inspection,

61
cers,
96 Duty of Inspector and Guager,

60
To notify to the Fire Department To use “Gunter's Scale,"

61
whenever any new election of Number of gallons, and Proof of Spi.
officers has taken place, 96 rits, to be marked on casks,

60
Penalty on failure to perform any Penalty on marking without inspec.
of the duties required of them, 97 tion, or for altering marks,

61
Sec Watch.

How recovered.

62
FIRE ARMS.

Marked casks, not to be re-filled, 61
See Guns.

Old bungs may be renewed,

62
FIRE WORKS.
Fees of Inspector, &c.

61 62
Not to be set off without License, 116 Quarterly returns, to be made to the
Crackers, Squibs and Torpedoes-sale Common-Hall, of the number and
of, how regulated,

116 description of casks guaged, 62
See Crackers, &c.

GUN POWDER.
FISH.

Not more than 25 lbs. to be kept by
Sale of, in Markets regulated, 107

any person, in his possessioit,

62

65

Page.

65

Page.
To be kept in Tin Canisters,

65 May hold Pleas of the Commonwealth
GUN POWDER-MAGAZINE. at monthly Terms,

29
Keeper of, when and by whom ap- Where held,

35
pointed,

63 Quarterly Terms --February, May,
How removed,

63 August and November. (Act, Janu-
To give bond, &c.

64
ary 12, 1827)

24
Duty of,

64 65 66 Court day, Friday before last Mon.
Fees,

65 day. Ibid.)
Storage,

64
Powder, condition of, how ascertain.

I.
ed,
Condition of Magazine, to be report-

INSPECTOR OF LIQUORS,
ed by Keeper to President of Hall, 65 See Guager.
See Gun Powder.

INTERMENTS.
GUNS.

See Burying Places.
Firing of, within the limits of City,
prohibited,

116

J.
Exception,

116
GUTTERS.

JAMES RIVER.
"To be kept open and free from ob.
structions,

Powers heretofore vested in the Dic
43

rectors of Public Buildings, to im-
By whom, and under what penalty, &c. 43

prove its navigation, transferred to
Corporation,

16
H.

GRAND JURY.
HACKNEY COACHES, &c.

When to be summoned, and by whom, 20
To be entered with Clerk of the Com- Presentments of, how proceeded on,

22
mon-Hall,

57
Tax, &c.

57

K.
To be numbered,

57
Penalty on failure to enter, &c. 57

KITES.
Rates,
57 Prohibited,

116
Table of, to be kept by drivers, 57
Penalty for demanding higher rates

L.
after services performed, unless
agreed on before.

LANDS--PUBLIC.
HALLS OF JUSTICE.

In and near the City, not necessary
To be erected,

7

for the use of the Government, to
HAY, FODDER AND LONG FORAGE. be sold, and proceeds applied to..
Brought into City either by land or, wards erecting Public Buildings, 17
water, for sale, not to be purchased,

LIME.
sold or stored, except by weight- Lime Kilns, regulation of,

116
under the certificate of Weigh-Mas- Quick Lime, storage of, regulated, 127
ter,

50 51

LOTS.
Under what penalty,

50 Directors of Public Buildings autho-
Hay, &c. to be inspected by Weigh. rised to lay off additional Lots, &c. 8 10

Master, and certificate granted, ac- How owners of, may have them in-
cording to quality

cluded within boundary of City,

27
Fee,

49

LOTTERIES.
Agreements for sale of Hay, &c. un-

Corporation authorised to raise money
der what penalty enforced,

50

by, to defray the expense of erect.
See Weigh-Master.

ing a Stone-Bridge over Shocka
HOGS.
Creek,

16
See Swine.
HORSES.

M.
Not to be strained or run, in the City, 45
Penalty, &c.

45

MAGAZINE.
HUCKSTERS.
See Markets.

See Gun Powder-Maguzine.
HUSTINGS COURT.

MAGISTRATES.
How constituted,

14 24 Authorised to examine privily, and
Jurisdiction of, 14 15 16 19 21 25 take the acknowledgment of a feme
A Court of Record,
15 covert,

21

58

their own,

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Of Henrico County, not to issue War- Dogs, not to be brought within the

rants for the recovery of debts, by Market Squares, by Butchers during
one citizen of Richmond against Market hours,

106
another,

32 Articles of Provisions on the way to
Exclusive jurisdiction, in such cases Market, not to be sold or bought
vested in City Magistrates,
32 before 10 o'clock, A. M.

108
See Aldermen.

Slaves, not to vend articles, without
MARKETS.

permission in writing, describing
Corporation may erect,

13 the quantity and sort, --authorised
New Market on Shocke Hill, estab. to be sold,

108
lished,

20 No person shall expose for sale, or
Committee of, when and by whom ap- .sell, in the Markets-Butter, Eggs,
pointed,

105 Fruits, Vegetables, Fowls, Fish or
Clerks of,

110 Oysters, if bought within the City,
Stalls not to be let to unlicensed per- or consigned therein to him for sale, 107
sons,

105 Articles so exposed, &c.-how pro-
License, how procured,

105
ceeded against,

107 108
For what forfeited,

105 Certificates of non-resident venders
Rent of Stalls, how assessed,

105 or consignors, to be produced to
Not more than two, to be occupied Clerk, or any citizen, by resident
by one Butcher at same time, 105 venders,

108.
How vacated, &c.

105 106 Residents within the jurisdiction of
How far to extend from the walls, 110 the City, not to assist, or interfere
To be kept clean and decent by their in the sale of any provisions, not.
occupants,
106

108
Name of occupant, to be written or Rubbish, Filth, &c. not to be deposit-
printed in plain characters over the ed in or about the Markets,

109
Stall,

106 Markets, to be swept, white-washed,
Boxes and Benches may be removed and lighted, &c.

110 111 121
by owners,

107 Wagons, Carts, &c. to be afranged by
Unlicensed venders-rates of, to be Clerks,

110
collected by Clerks,

109 Clerks to attend from day break till
Occupants of Stalls, vending meats of the Market closes and prosecute

unlicensed persons, how and when for fines, &c.—and account quarter-
to account,

106 ly to the Clerk of the Hall, under
Steelyards, not to be used in Markets, 107 oath, for all monies received by
Patent-balances, to be procured by them respectively,

111,
Clerks,

107 Clerks-constituted Police Officers,
Fruits or Vegetables, to be sold by within two hundred yards around
dry measure,
109 the Market,

111
Measures to be inspected by Clerks, 109 Salary of Clerks,

111
Beef, Pork, Mutton, Veal, Shoat, Lamb Market days and hours,

109 110
and Butter, to be bought and sold

MASTER OF POLICE.
by weight,
109

29
Butter, &c. sold by weight, to be ex-

By whom appointed,

29
amined by Clerksmand if deficient

Authority of,
seized,

109 See Mayor.

MAYOR,
Unsound Meats, Fish, &c. not to be
offered for sale, or sold,
107 By whom elected,

12 22 36
Clerks to examine and prosecute, 107 From whom may be chosen,

36
Appeal allowed to Market Committee, 107 Term of service,

36
Slaughtered Cattle, Sheep, or Hogs, When to Qualify,

36
purchased in City, by any Butcher, Re-eligible, from year to year

without
not to be sold by them,
106 limitation,

36
Hides with the ears of the animals, Jurisdiction of,

35 37
brought to Market, to be exposed By whom to be exercised, in case of
to view,
106 death, sickness, &c.

37
Beef Tallow, not to be brought into Keeper of the Seal of the Corpora-
the Market Square, during the Sum- tion,

37
mer establishment,

107 Office to be in some convenient part
Heads, feet, or other parts of animals,

of City,

26
not to be left in the Market-houses Salary to be fixed by the Common.
or Streets contigrious,
107 Hall,

37 113

City,

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Page
Duties of, (as prescribed by Ordi-

OYSTERS.
nance.)

Sales of, in Streets, regulated, 118
To hold'« Mayor's Court,"

113 Not to be sold by Slaves residing in
Appoint Deputies of Police, 113

117
Exercise a general superintend-
ance and control over the Police

P.
of City, and Watch,

133
Attend daily at the Cage, 118 119

PAVING STREETS.
Explore the Streets, &c.

118 Common-Council, may cause Streets
See Watch, &c.

to be paved,

31
MAYOR'S COURT.

A person of skill and experience to be
See Mayor.

appointed to graduate the Streets,
MEAL.

and superintend their pavement, 31
To be sold and bought by weight,

52 Full powers given, to effect the object, 32
Bushel, average weight of,
52 Expense, how defrayed,

31
MEASURES.

Owners of Lots, &c. to what extent
See Weights and Measures.

chargeable,

31
Collector to be appointed,

31
N.
Non-residents—how charged,

31
When tenent in possession--and when
NECESSARY HOUSES.
not,

31
See Privies.

Assessor to makeout a statement of the
NOTARIES PUBLIC.

costs of pavements, made opposite
Authority of,

30 the property of every person,-and
NUISANCES.

the amount of Tax paid on such
Dirt, Rubbish, Filth, or offensive mat. property, for pavement, and report
ter, not to be deposited on any to Equalizers,

71
Street,

44 Duty and authority of Equalizers on
Under what penalty,

44

such report,
Occupiers of houses, not to suffer to

PENALTIES.
be placed in any Street, Lane, or See Fines and Penalties.
Alley-before his or her door or

PLAYS.
Lot, any Dirt, &c. &c.

44 See Public Exhibitions.
Putrid water, &c. in Houses or Lots,

POLICE, DEPUTIES OF..
how removal effected,

117 To be appointed by the Mayor, 113
How abated,
45 117 Tenure of office,

113
Streets-obstructions by Auctioneers, Compensation,

113
&c. how regulated,

44 Duties of,

113 118 119
Foot-way-what part of, may be occu-

POULTRY.
pied by Merchants with goods, &c. 44 See Markets.
Hogsheads, &c. not to be rolled down

POWDER MAGAZINE.
the Basin-bank,
;-or through any

See Gun Powder-Magazine.
Street, &c.

115

PRIVIES.
See Building-materials-Horses--Foot Location of, regulated,

117
How proceeded against when extreme.
ly offensive, &c.

117
0.

PUBLIC EXHIBITIONS.

The acting, exhibiting or perforining
OATH.'

for gain, any Play, Farce, Interlude,
Of Assessor,

66

Show, Opera, or other Theatrical
Basin-Master,

114

or Dramatical Performance or En.
Chamberlain,

80

tertainment, or any other public
Common-Councilman,

41

Exhibition, without License, probi-
Guager,

62

bited,
Poll-takers,
23 Under what penalty,

77 78
Voter,

24 How License to be obtained, 75 76
Surveyor,

73

Mayor's duty, on application, 75 76 78
Watch, Officers of,

119 Free-holders' report and proceed-
OATS.
ings thereon,

66 67
To be sold and bought by weight; 52 Building not to be altered, after rc-
Bushel, average weight of,

52

port made,
ORDINARIES,

License to be issued by Chamberlain,
See Taverne,

on order of the Mayor,

ways-- Privies.

Page

Page.
What to specify,

76 77

Q.
Tax and fee,

76
For Theatrical Exhibitions-$10

QUOITS.
per week, or $ 150 per year, 76 Playing at, in Streets, prohibited, 116
Circus and Feats of horsemanship,
$ 5 for each day's or night's per.

R.
formance,

76 112
Rope or Wire dancing, or Puppet

RECORDER.
Shows, $ 30 for each week, 76

How elected, and by whom, 12 16 29
Musical parties for gain, $ 5 for

13
each day's or night's perform-

Vacancy, how supplied,

Jurisdiction of,
ance,

13
76

In absence-sickness, &c. of
All other public Exhibitions for

76

Mayor,
gain, $ 5 per week,

35 37 78

REGIMENT.
Paintings, Sculpture, and Models,

The inhabitants of the City, to be
&c. to be Licensed without Tax, 126

formed into a distinct Regiment,
Licensed persons, not to permit others

and shall not be obliged to attend
to make exhibitions, &c.

77

Company or Regimental musters;
Museum of Warrel & Lorton exempt-

20
ed from the requisitions of this Or.

except in or near the City,

RUBBISH.
dinance,

78

See Nuisances.
The Mayor may grant License or per.

Markets.
mission for any Religious or Chari-

RYE.
table purpose, free of tax,

76

To be sold and bought by weights 52
PUBLIC PROPERTY.

Bushel, average weight of,
See Public Square.

S..
PUBLIC SQUARE AND YARD OF
CITY-HALL.

SALARIES.
The Corporation empowered to enact

Mayor, Recorder, &c. to receive com-
and enforce Ordinances, in relation

pensation to be fixed by the Com-
to the Police thereof-subject to the

mon-Hall--and paid out of City.
control of the Executive,

33
Funds,

37
Under such control, may grant or re-

Assessor,

69
fuse Licenses for the sale of refresh-

Aldermen,

114
ments therein,
33 Basin-Master,

115
Tax on License to vend articles of re.

Chamberlain,

80
freshments therein--and Fines in-
Keeper of City-Hall,

85
curred, &c. how appropriated,
103 Markets Clerks of,

111
Keeper or Superintendent-to be ap-

Mayor,

113
pointed by the Corporation, 33 102 Police Deputies of,

113
Duty of, and Salary,
33 102 Recorder,

114
Committee of the Public Square, when

Watch, and officers of,

119
and how appointed,
102 Weigh-Master,

50
Duty of,
102 Street-hands-Overseer of,

46
Authority of, as to Licenses to sell

SEAL, PUBLIC.
refreshments therein,
103 To be kept by the Mayor,

36
Booths, &c. not to be erected therein, 104 To be affixed to all corporate trans-
Playing at any sport or play whatever,

actions, and due faith and credence
prohibited therein,
116 to be given thereto,

16
Penalty on destroying, or injuring any

SHOCKE CREEK.
tree, post, &c.

103

Navigation to be improved, by open-
All officers of Police-required, -

ing old channel,

10 11
pecially on Public days, to aid in Stone bridge over, to be erected, 16
enforcing this Ordinance,

103

SHORTS.
PUMPS.

To be sold and bought by weight, 52
Corporation authorised to provide, 13 Bushel, average weight of,
Penalty on breaking, destroying or

SHOWS.
injuring,

59! See Public Exhibitions.
PUTRID WATER, &c.

SIDE-WALKS.
See Nuisances.

See Foot. Ways.

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