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under the penalty of ten dollars for every such offense, to be recovered from the owner or owners of such express wagon, and from such driver, both or either.

$ 6. The Mayor is hereby authorized to grant licenses, from time to time, to drivers of such express wagons as are herein mentioned, as often as may be necessary, and to suspend and revoke the same, whenever he may deem it expedient.

$ 7. Any driver of any express wagon, who shall be thrice convicted of a breach of any of the sections of this ordinance, shall be deprived of his license, and forever debarred of a license under this ordinance.

AN ORDINANCE, TO AMEND AN ORDINANCE ENTITLED “AN ORDINANCE FOR THE LICENSING

AND OTHERWISE REGULATING THE USE AND EMPLOYMENT OF EXPRESS WAGONS, CARTS, AND CART MEN," ETC., ETC., APPROVED BY THE MAYOR,

JUNE 2, 1851. The Mayor, Aldermen, and Commonalty of the city of New York, in

Common Conncil convened, do ordain as follows: § 2. The Mayor shall, from time to time, license and appoint so many and such persons as he may think proper, to set up and keep public carts in said city, provided that no one person shall be licensed to keep more than three such public carts. And he shall also license so many and such persons as he may think proper, to be public cartmen of said city, and he may revoke or suspend any or all of such licenses at his pleasure ; all persons licensed as aforesaid, to keep public carts, shall be deemed to be public cartmen, within the meaning of this ordinance ; but it shall not be lawful for any person to receive or to hold a license to keep public carts, or to be a public cartman, unless he be a citizen of the United States, and resident within the State of New York, and is the actual owner of the cart or carts, with good horses therefor, so licensed to be kept as public carts; and the Mayor may examine, under oath, all persons applying for, or holding any such license, or the renewal thereof, touching their qualifications as aforesaid ; and all licenses other than to persons so qualified, shall be void.

Adopted by the Board of Councilmen, May 9, 1856.
Adopted by the Board of Aldermen, July 15, 1856.
Approved by the Mayor, July 30, 1856.

GENERAL INFORMATION. Alms-House.....

............. Blackwell's Island. American Institute.................................... Cooper Institute. Armory, City.........

.......corner Elm and White streets,

Arsenal, New York State.........Seventh avenue and Thirty-fifth street. Assay Office........................ adjoining Custom House, Pine street. Astor Library.........................................Lafa Bloomingdale Asylum (for the insane), 117th street, west side Tenth av. Custom House.......................corner of Nassau and Wall streets. City Prison......bounded by Centre, Elm, Leonard, and Franklin streets. Columbia College......... ............50th street and Fourth avenue. Court of Sessions.....................Brown Stone Building in the Park. Deaf and Dumb Institute................ Fanwood, Washington Heights. Debtor's Prison.............Ludlow street, between Broome and Grand. Dispensary, New York City..........114 White street, corner of Centre. Dispensary, Eastern... ... ..Ludlow street, corner of Essex Market place. Dispensary, Northern...... Waverley place, corner of Christopher street. Dispensary, Demilt..... Second avenue, corner of Twenty-fourth street. Dispensary, North-western..........................511 Eighth avenue. Ear and Eye Infirmary...corner of Thirteenth street and Second avenue. House of Refuge.

............ Randall's Island. Lunatic Asylum..................................... Blackwell's Island. Lyceum of Natural History..............................561 Broadway. Magdalen Asylum................Eighty-eighth street and Fifth avenue. Medical College of the New York University.............659 Broadway. Mercantile Library Association.................... Astor place building. Merchants Exchange....................Wall street, corner of William. Mechanics’ Institute................... Fourth avenue and Eighth street. Museum, American.................... Broadway, corner of Ann street. New York Society Library........... Lafayette place near Eighth street. National Academy of Design............... Broadway, near Bond street. New York City Hospital.................................319 Broadway. New York Institution for the Blind..9th avenue, near Thirty-third street. New York Board of Education..........140 Grand street, corner of Elm. New York University........... Wooster street, corner Waverley place. New York Historical Society........corner of 2d avenue and 11th street. New York Law Institute..............................Chambers street. New York Lyceum...........East Fourteenth street, near Third avenue. Orphan Asylum.................... Bloomingdale, near Eightieth street. Ophthalmic Hospital ................ Third avenue, near Eleventh street. Penitentiary........................................Blackwell's Island. Police Commissioners.................413 Broome street, corner of Elm. Peter Cooper building, junction of 3d and 4th avenues, 8th and 7th streets. Rutgers Female Institute..........Fifth avenue, opposite the Reservoir. Roman Catholic Orphan Asylum.......Fifth avenue and Fifty-first street. Stuyvesant Institute...

...659 Broadway. 1.... 2..

PAINTINGS
In the Governor's Room, City Hall.
1. . Governor Lewis...................Painted by Trumbull.

Tompkins
Clinton.

Catlin.
Yates.......

Vanderlyn.
Van Buren ........

Inman.
Throop.........

Weir.
Marcy..........

Paige.
8..
Seward..

Inman. 9.. Bouck..............

Elliott. 10.. Wright.........

Whitehorne. 11.. Young

H. P. Gray. 12.. Fish...

Hicks. 13.. Hunt...............

Elliott. 14.. Seymour

Elliott. 15..

Clark...........
16..
King..........

Hicks.
Mayor Duane..........

Varick..........
Livingston ........
Clinton...........

Parmecelli.
Willett....

Waldo.
Radcliffe...

Waldo.
7..
Halden.........

Vanderlyn.
8..
Allen.............

Waldo & Jewet.
Paulding........

Morse.
10..
Hone............

Vanderlyn. 11.. Bowen..........

Mooney. 12.. Lee...........

Weir. 13.. Lawrence.....

Inman. 14.. Clark.....

Inman. 16.. Varian............

Inman. 16.. Morris............

Spencer. 17.. Harper............

Inman & Huntington. 18.. Havemeyer.........

Matteeson. 19.. Mickle..........

Mooney. 20.. " Brady..........

Wensler. 21.. Woodhull.........

Charles W. Jarvis. 22.. Kingsland...

Elliott. 23.. Westervelt.......

Mooney. 24.. Wood...........

Elliott.
25..
Tiemann.........

Hicks.
President Washington........
Monroe...........

Vanderlyn.
Taylor...........

Vanderlyn.

9..

President Fillmore ....................Painted by - --
General McComb...........

Waldo.
Scott...........

Kellogg.
16 Lafayette ......

Morse.
Monckton ....

Morse.
Bolivar......

C. W. Jarvis.
" Williams ............

Trumbull.
Paez. .............

Charles W. Jarvis.
Jacob Morton...........

Charles W. Jarvis. Commodore Perry..........

Jarvis.
Decatur..........

Sully.
Bainbridge...........

Jarvis.
Swift ..................

Jarvis.
Governor Stuyvesant..................Painted from family portrait.

Hendrick Hudson...........Original.
D. T. Valentine, Esq.........Painted by Charles W. Jarvis.
Columbus................... Original.

G. Washington (worked in silk), from city of Lyons, France. High Constable Jacob Hays.....................Painted by Shegogue.

In Board of Aldermen's Chamber. General Wa

.........Painted by Trumbull. Governor Clinton...............................

Trumbull. John Jay .............................

Weimar.
" Alexander Hamilton..

Weimar.
In Board of Councilmen's Chamber.
President Jackson ...........................Painted by Vanderlyn.
Governor Hamilton Fish ...

" Hicks. Commodore Hull.....

o Jarvis. Henry Clay.........................

" Chas. W. Jarvis. In Supervisors' Chamber. General Brown................ ................Painted by Jarvis. Commodore McDonough...............

In Keeper's Room.
Harry Howard........... ................Painted by Johnson.

Busts.
Governor's Room ....................Bust of De Witt Clinton.

" Henry Clay, by Pruden. Chamber of Board of Aldermen...... " John Jay (presented by his

daughter to the Corpora

tion, March, 1635). Chief Justice Marshall, by

Frazee.

Common Pleas Court-room.......... Bust of Thomas Addis Emmett.

.. Tablet to John T. Irving. City Library......... .............. Bust of Chancellor Kent, Clavinger.

HARBOR MASTERS.

NEW YORK.

Captain of the Port, Archibald Hall.
L. B. Brainerd, Joseph Tinkham, James E. Coulter,
A. D. Barber,
W. Masten,

John L. Taylor.
R. Van Valkenburgh, Spencer S. Benedict,

BROOKLYN.

Franklin Whiting,

Hart L. Murray.

NEW YORK CUSTOM HOUSE.
Hiram Barney, Collector.
Rufus F. Andrews, Surveyor.
George Dennison, Naval Officer.
Isaac Henderson, Navy Agent.
D. D. T. Marshall, Naval Storekeeper.
John J. Cisco, Sub- Treasurer.
Isaac 0. Hunt, Appraiser.
John T. Hogeboom,“

Isaac Phillips,
UNITED STATES MARSHAL'S OFFICE.

Robert Murray, Marshal.
Joseph Thompson, Deputy Marshal.
UNITED STATES ASSAY OFFICE,

No. 30 Wall street.
- Dunning, Superintendent.
John J. Cisco, Treasurer.
John Torrey, Assayer.

Edward N. Kent, Melter and Refiner. Deposits of gold and silver are received and paid for, either in coins or stamped bars, at the option of the depositor. No deposit received of less value than $100. Visitors admitted every Wednesday, from 10 to 12 A.M. COMMISSIONERS OF UNITED STATES DEPOSIT FUND,

For the County of New York.
Edgar Ketchum....................Office, Register's Office.
Jno. Vanderpoel....................

EXCISE COMMISSION. The following-named persons compose the “ Board of Commissioners of Excise," of the city and county of New York, for 1862, in pursuance of Act of April 16, 1857 :

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