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SINKING-FUND.
Duty of,

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Treasurer and Secretary of, when and To proceed through the different
by whom elected,

79 Wards, and view the several
Duty of,

79 Streets, &c. therein-and note
See Chamberlain.

the repairs, &c.

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SLAUGHTER-HOUSES.

The Commissioners in each Ward
Not regulated

to cause such repairs to be
SOAP-BOILERS.

made, &c.

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Prohibited, unless licensed by Com. To render an account quarterly
mon-Hall,

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to the Chairman, exhibiting the
SQUIBS.
amount expended, &c.

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Sale of, regulated,

116 To render every year to the Hall
Not to be set off without license, &c. 116 an account of the most impor-
STREETS.

tant improvements, &c.—and
On Shocke-Hill, to be enlarged to a

sums expended, &c.

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breadth not less than 80, nor more In case of equal division on any
than 120 feet,

9 10 subject relative to their duties,
All Streets on Shocke-Hill

, (except
the Hall to decide,

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H Street, and that part of E Street To constitute a majority, there
Eastward of Harris' Building,) to

must be present at least one
be reduced to the width of 66 feet, 30 member from each Ward, 43
The excluded ground, to be added Streets separating two Wards, to
to the Squares, and vested in the

be repaired at their joint ex-
owners of adjoining Lots,

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pense,

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Cross Streets to be extended to James

Commissioners to hire hands and
River,

26 purchase or hire horses, carts,
Streets East and West of Shockæ.

&c.

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Creek, to be joined,

26 To contract for feeding, clothing,
The Way from the Northern bounda-

&c.

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ry of City-by Tate's Tan-yard and

To appoint an Overseer of the
the Market-house-to be laid out as

hands, &c.
a Street, not to exceed 100 feet in

Duty of Overseer-to superin-
width, and extended by Mitchell's

tend and carry into effect the
Tenement, to the River,

26 repairs and improvements, that
Street from Shot Manufactory to be

may be ordered by the Com.
extended, near the margin of the

missioners of Streets, or of each
River, to Rocketts' Landing, not to

Ward, or by the Common-Hall,
exceed 100 feet in width,

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&c.

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How property condemned, &c. 26 27 Overseer-to give bond, &c. 46
Certain Streets, North of Main Street, When and by whom may be re-
established of the width of 66 feet, 28 moved,

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Streets South of Main Street, to be

Salary,

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laid off,

28 See Building-materials.
Eleventh Street, between D and E

Foot-ways.
Streets--width and bearings of, to

Nuisances.
be changed,

STONES.
D Street-to be extended from 25th Throwing of, in Streets, prohibited, 116
Street to Rocketts' Street,

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SURVEYOR.
Pine Street, discontinued,

34 Common-Hall, authorised to nominate
Oak Street, changes in, made,

34 a Mathematical Surveyor of the City, 25
Streets, Lanes and Alleys, which have How examined and commissioned, 25
been, or may hereafter be ceded to Authority,

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the Public --to be within the juris- When and by whom elected, 73 74
diction and control of the Common- Term of service,

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Council, as fully, as those laid off Tenure of office,

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in the original plan of City,
38 Oath of office,

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Linesand width of such Streets, Lanes, Duty of,

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&c. to be ascertained,
38 Compensation,

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See Paving Streets.

No other Surveyor to make surveys in
Commissioners of Streets.

the City, for compensation, without
When and by whom appointed, 42 the consent of Common-Hall--or
Number of, and how distributed, 42 43 of a majority of Commissioners of
Term of service,

42 Streets,

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SWINE.

Drivers of, subject to the approval or
Not to be raised, or kept and suffer. rejection of the Mayor, &c.

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ed to go at large,

5 6 Full load of Wagon, Dray, &c.
Found going at large, may be destroy- Rates of,

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ed, &c.

6 Penalty on demanding higher rates,
Found at large in any Street, Lane, unless under special agreement, be-

Alley, or uninclosed place or Lot, fore load taken on,
forfeited to City,

122 Ticket, when to be given, and what
How taken up, secured, and disposed to specify,

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of,

122 123 125 Wagons, &c. when must be entered,
Obstructing the execution of Ordi.

though not employed for hire,
nance-how punished,
123 Tax on such,

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Drivers of Wagons, &c. to drive to
T.
the right,

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Wagons, &c. not to stand in middle of
TALLOW CHANDLERS.
Street,

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Prohibited, unless licensed by Com- Nor opposite any intersecting Street, 58
mon-Hall,

118 To stand as near as practicable to the
TAVERNS.
Gutter or Foot Pavement,

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Hustings Court, vested with exclusive Penalty on violating these regulations, 58

power to License and fix their rates, 14 Mayor, &c. authorised to direct the re-
Corporation may demand reasonable moval of any Carriage, Wagon, &c.

Fees for Ordinary Licenses over in such manner as may seem best
and above those established for rais- for the general convenience,

58
ing a revenue,

14 Penalty on refusal to obey such order, 58
TAXES.

Drivers, &c. except when loading or
May be imposed by Corporation on the discharging, to keep in their hands
White and Black male titheables, strong reins,

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and on the Real and Personal pro-

Team not to be driven faster than a
perty, within City,
13 walk,

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Not more than one-third of the sum Not to be driven on the Foot-way, 54

levied, to be levied on the tithe. Wagon, &c. not to be driven on any
ables,

13 paved Street, with wheel locked, 54
Corporation, authorised to appoint a Drivers not wantonly to smack their
Collector and direct distress to be whip,

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made for delinquencies, &c.
13 Nor beat their Teams cruelly,

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THEATRES."

Not to feed their Teams in any Street,
See Public Exhibitions.

&c.

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TIPPLING-HOUSES.

Penalty on violating these, regula-
Corporation authorised to fix fines on, 14 tions,

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TITHABLES.

Officers of Police, Sergeant, Consta-
Residing in City, exempt from Coun- bles, &c. their duty under this Or-
ty levies, and from rates.
22 dinance,

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TORPEDOES.

WARDS.
See Fire-Works.

City to be divided into three Wards,

by a Committee to be appointed by
W.
the Executive,

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Wards to be numbered and named by
WAGONS, DRAYS, CARTS, &c. Committee,

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Employed for hire, to be entered an. Division, when made, to be reported

nually with the Clerk of the Com. to the Executive, and recorded in
mon-Hall,
52 the Hustings Court,

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Bond and security to be given for the To remain in force three years—then,
delivery of all articles, &c.

53 and triennially thereafter, Commit-
Tax, and Clerk's Fee,

53 tees shall be appointed by the Exe-
Register of Wagons, &c. to be kept cutive, to make such alterations, as
by Clerk, with number, initials of shall be deemed necessary,

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owner's name, &c.

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WARD ELECTIONS.
Wagons, Drays, &c. to be marked with

numberand initials of owner's name, To be held on the first Wednesday in
with white paint, in large figures April,

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and letters, on a dark ground, 53 | How, and by whom conducted,
Penalty on failure to enter, or number, 53 Sergeant's duty,

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Electors qualification of,

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WEIGH-MASTER.
To vote in the Wards in which they When and by whom elected, 48 49 50
reside,

24 Bond and security to be given, 50
Residence, how tested,

24 Vacancy, by death, &c. when new ap-
Non-resident freeholders--where to pointment to be made,

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vote,

24 To have the care of the Public Scales, 49
Elected-qualifications of, by whom Duty of,

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adjudged,

24 To weigh all articles, &c. and grant
Proceedings to be had on disqualifica-

a certificate thereof, and enter
tion pronounced,

24 the same in a book, correspond.
See Common-Council.-

ing therewith,

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WATCH

To Inspect all Hay, Fodder, &c. of.
The Corporation invested with power

fered for weighing, and grant cer-
to appoint and pay Watchmen, 13

tificate of quality,

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To be appointed by the Mayor,

119 To attend at landing, and weigh
Number of,

119 all Forage, in Bales or Bundles,
Compensation,

119 brought by water, (if more than
May be removed by First Officer, for 20 bundles)---provided Patent-
disobedience, &c.

120 Balances be furnished, 50 51
Officers of Watch-by whom elected, 119 Salary of

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How qualified,
119 Fees,

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removed,
120 How disposed of,

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Salary of,

120 See Hay, Fodder, &c.
Duties of First Officer,

120 WEIGHTS AND MEASURES.
of Second Officer,

120 Standard Weights and Measures to be
Watch Districts, to be designated by provided by the Clerk of the Mar-
the Mayor,

120 ket (E and 17th St.) at cost of City, 51
atch, under the superintendence Duty of Clerk,

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and control of the Mayor,--and the

Fees,

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officers and privates to conform to Penalty on selling any article by defici-
his directions,
113 ent weights or measures,

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WATER.

WHARVES.
Then, and under what terms, may be Corporation authorised to erect-and

introduced into the city, or any lay a duty on vessels coming to, and
part thereof,

38 using the same to keep them in
D Street, from 11th to 14th Streets, repair,

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watered,

98 104

WHEAT.
Fire-Plugs, and water protected, 99 100 To be sold and bought by weight, 52
WELLS.
Bushel, average weight of,

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See Pumpe, and p. 59.

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