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ORDINANCES, RESOLUTIONS, AND ORDERS
ESTaBLISHED BY THK MaYOR'" aLlfeBtolf, -aND COMMONaLTY OF THK
THE FIRE DEPARTMENT
CITY OF NEW YORK,
From 1812 to I860.
CONTINUATION OF THE REVISION OF THE ORDINANCES OF 1845,
THE FIRE DEPARTMENT,
TO THE YEAR 1860.
Originally, Pursuant to a Resolution of Common Council, Approved Sept. 22, 1854;
Bkprinted Witr Contlxcation, St Order D'd or Counciuiei, Oct. 18,1849.
Document lVo. IS.
No. 26 J<'nN Street.
ORIGINAL ORDER TOR PUBLICATION.
By Councilman Pinckney:
Resolved, That the Clerk of the Common Council be, and he is hereby directed to employ a competent copyist to compile all the various laws and amendments to laws, as passed by the State Legislature, and all the ordinances, amendments to ordinances, and resolutions, as passed by the Common Council, relative to the organization and regulation of the New York Fire Department, from the passage of the original law, authorizing the Common Council to "appoint firemen," passed 1813.
Adopted by the Board of Councilmen, Sept. 18, 1854. Adopted by the Board of Aldermen, Sept. 21, 1854. Approved by the Mayor, Sept. 22, 1854.
On October 13,1859, the following resolution was adopted by the Board of Councilmen:
By Councilman Bulteel:
Whereas, At the late burning of the City Hall, a great number of bound volumes were destroyed, among which was the compilation of the laws and regulations of the Fire Department; and whereas there are daily and numerous calls for the same, therefore, be it
Resolved, That the Clerk of this Board be directed to have printed and bound, without delay, 2,500 copies of the compilation of the laws of the State of New York; also, ordinances, resolutions, and orders, as established by the Mayor, Aldermen, and Commonalty of the City of New York, relating to the FireyDepartment of this city.
Cleric Board of Councilmen.