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has the superintendence of places of public amusement, carriages, wagons, trucks, pawnbrokers, junk shops, intelligence offices, &c.

Under the present organization, the Police are divided into day and night police; the night police performing the duties devolving on watchmen.

Daniel J. Coburn, Chief of Police. Salary $2,200. Office,

City Hall. Luther A. Ham, First Police Deputy. Salary $1,200. Hezekiah Earl, Second Police Deputy. Salary $800.

Horace G. Barrows, Clerk of Police. Salary $1,000.

Rufus C. Marsh, Superintendent of Couches, Carriages, fc. George W. Oliver, Superintendent of Trucks, Wagons, &c.

There are eight Police Stations, the location and officers of which are as follows:

STATION No. 1.
Old Hancock School House, Hanover street.
Edward H. Savage, Captain.
Arnold C. Whitcomb, Nathaniel G. Davis, Lieutenants.

STATION No. 2.

Williams Court.
William K. Jones, Captain.
Oliver Whitcomb, Harrison Marsh, Lieutenants.

STATION No. 3.

Levereit street.
Samuel G. Adams, Captain.
Asa Morrill, Alfred H. Porter, Lieutenants.

STATION No. 4.
Washington street, at Boylston Market.
William D. Eaton, Captain.
John S. Hunt, Geo. Churchill, Lieutenants.

STATION No. 5.

Canton street place.
George M. King, Captain.
Cyrus Small, William Chadbourn, Lieutenants.

STATION No. 6.

Broadway, South Boston.
Robert Taylor, Captain.
George Smith, John L. Philbrick, Lieutenants.

STATION No. 7.

Paris street, above Maverick Square.
Nathaniel Seaver, Captain.
Thomas S. Adams, Alvan S. Drew, Lieutenants.

STATION No. 8. — (Harbor Police.)

Commercial street, opposite Union Wharf.
William B. Tarleton, Captain.
William E. Hough, Stephen Curtis, Lieutenants.

CONSTABLES.

[Ord. p. 115.]

Appointed and Qualified. Moses Bass,

Albert G. Dawes, Wm. Blaisdell,

Charles H. Dennie, Wm. H. Brown,

George B. Dexter, Wm. Calder,

David M. R. Dow, Silas Carlton,

Ephrain Eliot, Lemuel Clark,

Eben F. Gay, Derastus Clapp,

Wade H. Goodwin, Wm. 0. Cheswell,

Zaccheus Holmes, Rufus R. Cook,

John C. Harrington, Isaac A. Cooledge,

Alex. Hopkins, Daniel B. Curtis,

Luther Hutchins, James Curtis,

Fred. P. Ingalls,

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Edward J. Jones, Robert E. Keith, John Y. Kendall, John T. Lawton, John C. Leighton, Wm. H. Mason, Harum Merrill, Thomas L. Mizner, Charles H. Moore, William Munroe, Henry Nichols, John C. Pattee, David Patterson, Nathaniel A. Pennock, John L. Philbrick, George D. Phillips, James Pierce, Isaac Pierce,

Jabez Pratt, Wm. F. Reed, Edwin Rice, Thomas M. Smith, Charles Smith, James E. Spear, Elijah K. Spoor, Oliver H. Spurr, Henry C. Stratton, Henry Taylor, John G. N. Taylor, Jacob C. Tallant, Geo. W. Tuckerman, Samuel S. Vialle, Edward A. Vose, William Whitwell, John Wilson.

The following Constables attend the Ward Meetings of the

Citizens on Election Day.

Ward.

1-James E. Spear. 2 Wm. Munroe. 3Wm. Calder. 4-Geo. D. Phillips. 5-David Patterson. 6_Wm. Whitwell.

Ward.

7-Nathaniel A. Pennock. 8–-Charles Smith. 9-Isaac A. Cooledge. 10--Zaccheus Holmes. 11-Albert G. Dawes.

12_John T. Lawton.

Constables appointed by the Mayor and Aldermen to make

complaints against Truant Children and Absentees from School. [City Ordinances, p. 546, 549. Salary $1,000

each per annum.] William F. Reed,

John Y. Kendall. John C. Pattee,

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PRINTING AND ADVERTISING.

Messrs. Geo. C. Rand & Avery, 3 Cornhill. City Printing.

Work done by contract. [City Ordinances, p. 396.] The newspapers in which the City Ordinances, Advertisements,

8c., are published, comprise all the daily papers. [Elected by the City Council, in February or March.]

SEWERS.

[Ord. p. 487. Simeon B. Smith, Superintendent of Common Sewers. Office,

City Hall. Salary $1,000. [Chosen by concurrent vote.]

SOLICITOR.

[Ord. p. 489.] John P. Healy, City Solicitor, Office, No. 46 Court street.

Salary $2,500. [Chosen by concurrent vote.]

STREETS.

The Board of Aldermen are Surveyors of Highways. [Char

ter, § 41.] Alfred T. Turner, Superintendent of Streets, Office, City Hall.

Salary $1,700. [Chosen by concurrent vote. City Ordinances, p. 520.]

TREASURY DEPARTMENT.

Frederic U. Tracy, City and County Treasurer and Collector

Salary $3,000; and $6,000 for permanent assistant clerks, $1,100 of which is paid to a clerk, whose duty it is to receive money for the Water Rates. [Chosen by the City Council in Convention, in May, City Charter, § 42.]

DEPUTY COLLECTORS.

James Pierce,

Ephraim L. Eliot, Alexander Hopkins,

Henry Nichols, Eben F. Gay,

Edwin Rice. Moses Bass,

[Appointed by Treasurer. Statutes 1821. 110, § 1, 13. City Ordinances, p. 537. They are also appointed Constables by the Mayor and Aldermen.] Elisha Copeland, City Auditor. Salary $2,500, and $1,900 for

clerk hire. [Chosen by concurrent vote of the City Council, in May. City Ordinances, p. 160.]

WATER DEPARTMENT.

[Ord. p. 568. Mun. Reg. p. 67.]

COCHITUATE WATER BOARD.

Office 1191 Washington street.

John H. Wilkins, Chairman. Samuel Hatch,

John T. Dingley, Tisdale Drake,

Thomas P. Rich,
Charles Stoddard,

Samuel Hall.
Chosen by concurrent vote.]
Samuel N. Dyer, Clerk.

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