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SECT. 6. No warp or line shall be passed across the mouth of any slip, for the purpose of hauling any vessel by the said slip before the vessel shall be within one hundred feet of said slip, if the owners or occupants thereof object, unless the Harbor Master may think it necessarj.
SECT. 7. All vessels at anchor in the harbor of Boston, shall keep an anchor watch at all times, and shall keep a clear and distinct light suspended at least six feet above the deck, during the night; and whenever the provisions of this section shall be violated on board any vessel, the master or owners shall be liable to a penalty of not more than twenty dollars, to be recovered in the manner provided in the act to which this is in addition, and shall be held liable to pay all damages that may be occasioned by such violence.
Under no circumstances whatever are vessels permitted to anchor in the track of the ferry boats, or in Fore Point Channel.
An Act in addition to an Act to establish Regulations con
cerning the Harbor of Boston. SECTION 1. The Harbor Master shall have authority to regulate the anchorage of all vessels in the upper harbor of Boston, and when necessary, to order the removal of such vessels, and to cause the same to be removed in obedience to such order, at the expense of the master or owners thereof; and if any person shall obstruct said Harbor Master in the performance of any of his duties, as prescribed by this act, or by the act to which this is in addition, or shall neglect or refuse to obey any lawful order made by said Harbor Master, he shall be liable to a penalty not exceeding fifty dollars for each offence.
John M. Moriarty, Port Physician, resident at Deer Island.
Salary $200 and board. [Chosen by concurrent vote. . City Ordinances, p. 270.]
George Loring, Captain of the Steamer Henry Morrison,
which runs daily from the City to Deer Island. [Pay $250 per month for the boat and crew.]
Tho Quarantine Boat is in the service of the Port Physician,
and the men are paid by the City. She is used as a boarding boat, and visits all vessels coming from foreign ports, to inspect their crews, passengers, and cargoes.
Ezra Forristall, Superintendent of Health. Salary $1,400.
[Chosen by concurrent vote.] Daniel B. Curtis, Assistant Supt. Salary $720. [Appointed by Superintendent, and confirmed by the Board of Alder.
Ord. p. 275.] IIenry G. Clark, City Physician. Salary $1,000. [Chosen
by concurrent votc. Office, City Building, Court Square. City Ordinances, p. 268.]
George Hayward, James Ayer, Jacob Bigelow, John Jeffries,
D. H. Storer, Consulting Physicians. [Chosen by concur
rent vote. City Ordinances, p. 261.] Nicholas A. Apollonio, City Registrar. Salary $1,200. [Cho
sen by concurrent vote of the City Council. City Ordinances, p. 271.1
David W. Foster, Clerk. Salary $850.
George Adams, Assistant Registrar of Births.
Grounds and Funcrals. He records the Births, Deaths, and Marriages, and grants Certificates of all Intentions of Marriage.
[Appointed by the Mayor and Aldermen. City Ordinances,
INSTITUTIONS AT SOUTH BOSTON AND DEER
The Directors, Overseers and Visitors of the different Insti
tutions, and the Master, of the House of Correction, are chosen by concurrent vote of the City Council. The other officers are appointed by the Directors of the different Houses.
HOUSE OF INDUSTRY, AT DEER ISLAND.
Office, City Hall. Directors. - Wm. Dall, Chairman, John Flint, John Cowdin,
David F. McGilvray, John C. Bucknam, Mark Googins, and Timothy C. Kendall. Chosen by concurrent vote, in May. Ordinances, p. 301.] Clerk of the Directors, William Willett. Salary $1,200. [Appointed by Directors.]
The Board meet the first Thursday at Deer Island; the third Thursday at the House 'of Reformation; all other Thursdays at their office, City Hall.
John M. Moriarty, Superintendent and Physician. Salary
$1,000. [Appointed by Directors.] There are also paid by the Trustees of the Boylston and
Mason Funds, to the Chaplain, $500; Teacher of Boys, $500; Assistant Teacher, $300.
HOUSE OF REFORMATION AT SOUTH BOSTON,
This Institution was established for the Education and
Reformation of juvenile offenders, and is under the care of the Directors of the House of Industry.
In the House of Reformation Department, there is paid to
the Male Teacher, $700, and to two Assistants $300 cach; and to the Matron, $200. [These officers are appointed by the Directors.]
HOUSE OF CORRECTION.
Office, City Building, Court Square. Overseers.—Thacher Beal, Chairman ; Ezra H. Baker, Brad
ley N. Cumings, Thomas D. Demond, Otis Norcross, Wm. F. Nichols, Farnham Plummer. [Chosen by concurrent vote, in May. Ordinances, p. 282.] The Board meet at City Building on Friday afternoons.
Master. - Charles Robbins. Salary $1200, and board in
Deputy Master.-Silas P. Walker. Salary $600, and board
Clerk to Master.-P. R. Irwin. Salary $450, and board in
Clerk to Overscers.-Guy C. Underwood. Salary $800.
Chaplain.-Rev. J. T. Burrill. Salary $1100.
There is also paid to eight Male Assistants, $450 each, and
board; two at $350, and four at $300. Two Female Assistants, at $250 each, and two at $200, and one at $300.
BOSTON LUNATIC HOSPITAL.
Visitors.--Stephen Tilton, Chairman ; Otis Kimball, Joseph
Buckley, Otis Rich, William H. Calrow, William Parkman, John L. Emmons. [Chosen by concurrent vote, in January or February. Ordinances, p. 341.]
The regular Meetings of the Board are held at the Hospital on the second Tuesday of every month, and at the City Hall on the fourth Tuesday of every month.
Clement A. Walker, M. D., Superintendent and Physician to
the above Institution and House of Correction. Salary $1500, and board in the House. [Chosen in June, by the Visitors. Ord. p. 341.]