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shall be to make all the fires, and do all the cleaning necessary in the City Hall, the sum of Seven Hundred and Fifty Dollars per annum; and there shall be paid to a Porter, whose duty it shall be to make all the fires and do all the cleaning necessary in the City Building, (so called,) the sum of Two Hundred Dollars per annum; the whole to be done to the satisfaction of the Superintendent of Public Buildings.

POLICE.

SECT. 17. The salary of the Chief of Police shall be at the rate of Two Thousand Two Hundred Dollars per annum.

The salary of the Deputy shall be at the rate of Fifteen Hundred Dollars per annum.

The salary of the Clerk of the Police Department shall be at the rate of One Thousand Dollars per annum, payable monthly.

The salary of the Captains of Police shall be at the rate of Three Dollars per day, payable monthly.

The salary of the Lieutenants of Police shall be at the rate of Two Dollars and Fifty Cents per day, payable monthly.

The salary of the Captain of the Detective Officers of the Police shall be Three Dollars per day, payable monthly. The salary of the Officers of this Force shall be Two Dollars and Fifty Cents per day, payable monthly.

The salary of the officers of the lock-ups under the Court House shall be at the rate of Two Dollars and Fifty Cents per day, payable monthly.

The salary of the Superintendent of Hacks and Carriages shall be at the rate of Two Dollars and Fifty Cents per day, payable monthly. The salary of the Superintendent of Trucks and Wagons shall be at the rate of Two Dollars and Fifty Cents per day, payable monthly.

The salary of the Day and Night Officers shall be at the rate of Two Dollars per day, payable monthly.

Sect. 18. The salary of each of the Officers appointed by the Mayor and Aldermen to take charge of Truant and Vagrant Children, shall be at the rate of One Thousand Dollars per annum. All fecs received by the officers mentioned in this and the preceding section, for attendance as witnesses or any other service, shall be returned by the officer paying the same to the City Treasurer, who shall first deduct the amount thereof from their salaries aforesaid, before paying

the same.

SUPERINTENDENTS.

SECT. 19. The salary of the Superintendent of the Public Library shall be at the rate of Two Thousand Dollars per

annum.

SECT. 20. The salary of the Superintendent of Common Sewers shall be at the rate of Thirteen Hundred Dollars per annum; and he shall act as Secretary to the Committee on Sewers and Drains; and he shall be allowed to hire, at the expense of the City, a horse and chaise, provided the bills for the same be approved by the Chairman of the Committee on Sewers and Drains; but the amount shall not exceed Two Hundred Dollars per annum.

SECT. 21. The salary of Superintendent of Streets shall be at the rate of Eighteen Hundred Dollars per annum, and he shall act as Secretary to the Committee on Paving; and the Committee on Paving shall have the power to furnish him with a horse and chaise, at the expense of the City, and have the same kept at the City Stables, for which they shall approve the bills.

SECT. 22. The salary of the Superintendent of Public Buildings shall be at the rate of Fifteen Hundred Dollars per annum, and he shall act as Secretary to the Committee on Public Buildings, and he shall be allowed to hire, at the expense of the City, a horse and chaise, provided the bills for the same be approved by the Chairman of the Committee on Public Buildings, but the amount shall not exceed Two Hundred Dollars per annum.

SECT. 23. The salary of the Superintendent of Public Lands shall be at the rate of Fifteen Hundred Dollars per annum, and he shall act as Secretary to the Commissioners on Public Lands.

SECT. 24. The salary of the Superintendent of Health shall be at the rate of Seventeen Hundred Dollars per annum. And the Committee on Internal Health shall have the power to furnish him with a horse and chaise at the expense of the City, and have the same kept at the City Stables.

The salary of bis Assistant shall be at the rate of One Thousand Dollars per annum, and he shall account for all sums of money received by him as fees, in connection with his office. And he shall also act as Secretary to the Committee on Internal Health.

SECT. 25. The salary of the Superintendent of Faneuil Hall Market shall be at the rate of Fifteen Hundred Dollars per annum, and he shall account for all sums of money received by him in his official capacity.

The salary of the Deputy Superintendent shall be at the rate of Nine Hundred and Fifty Dollars per annum.

SECT. 26. The salary of the Superintendent of Faneuil Hall shall be at the rate of Three Hundred Dollars per annum. He shall be allowed the sum of One Hundred Dollars per annum, to be paid to an assistant; and he shall account for and pay over all sums of money received by him for the City in his official capacity.

SECT. 27. The salary of the Superintendent of Lamps shall be at the rate of One Thousand Dollars per annum;

and he shall be allowed the sum of Two Hundred Dollars per annum, to be paid a Clerk, which sum shall be in full for any services he may render for the delivery of oil in that department.

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SECT. 28. The salary of the Inspector of Milk shall be at the rate of Eight Hundred Dollars per annum; and he shall be allowed the further sum of One Hundred Dollars per annum for office expenses.

BRIDGES.

SECT. 29. The salary of the Superintendent of the Mount Washington Avenue Bridge shall be at the rate of Thirteen Hundred Dollars per annum, which salary shall be in full for his services, and for all and any assistants he may employ.

SECT. 30. The salary of the Superintendent of the Federal Street Bridge shall be at the rate of Twelve Hundred Dollars per annum, and he shall be allowed the use of the shop on said bridge, rent free, and a horse at the City's expense, for the purpose of opening and closing the draw,- the said compensation and privileges to be in full for his services and the services of such assistants as he may employ.

SECT. 31. The salary of the Superintendent of the Dover Street Bridge shall be at the rate of Seren Hundred Dollars per annum, and he shall be allowed the use of the house on said bridge, rent free,- the said compensation and privileges to be in full for services of himself and assistants.

SECT. 32. The salary of the Superintendent of the Meridian Street Bridge shall be at the rate of Five Hundred Dollars per annum, the same to be in full for his services and the services of such assistants as he may employ.

SECT. 33. The salary of the Superintendent of the Chelsea Street Bridge shall be at the rate of Two Hundred Dollars per annum, the same to be in full for his services and the services of such assistants as he may employ.

FIRE DEPARTMENT.

Sect. 34. The salary of the Superintendent of Fire Alarms hall be at the rate of Twelve Hundred Dollars per annum.

SECT. 35. The salary of the Chief Engineer of the Fire Department shall be at the rate of Twelve Hundred Dollars per annum; that of the Assistant Engineers shall be at the rate of Two Hundred and Fifty Dollars each per annum; that of the Secretary of the Board of Engineers shall be at the rate of Eight Hundred Dollars per annum, which shall be in full payment for all the services which may be required of him by the Mayor and Aldermen, the Chief Engineer, and the Board of Engineers.

The Foremen of the respective HOOK AND LADDER Companies, shall be paid at the rate of One Hundred and Fifty Dollars each per annum, except the Foreman of the East Boston Company, who shall receive at the rate of One Hundred Dollars per annum.

The Assistant Foremen, Clerks, Rakemen, and Axemen, shall be paid at the rate of One Hundred and twenty-five Dollars each per annum, except the Assistant Foreman, Clerk, Rakemen, and Axemen of the East Boston Company, who shall be paid at the rate of Seventy-five Dollars each, per annum.

The Stewards of said Companies shall be paid at the rate of One Hundred and Twenty-five Dollars each, per annum, except the Steward of the East Boston Company, who shall be paid at the rate of Seventy-five Dollars each, per annum.

All other members of said Companies shall be paid at the rate of One Hundred Dollars each per annum, except the members of the East Boston Company, who shall be paid at the rate of Sixty Dollars each, per annum.

The men employed upon the STEAM FIRE ENGINES shall be paid at the following rates :

Engineers, Sixty Dollars per month.
Firemen and Drivers, Fifty Dollars per month.

Foremen (of the FIose) in the City proper, One Hundred and Fifty Dollars per annum.

Hosemen in City proper, One Hundred and Twenty-five Dollars per annum.

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