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Foremen, in East and South Boston, One Hundred Dollars per annum.
Hosemen, in East and South Boston, Seventy-five Dollurs per
The men employed upon the HORSE HOSE Companies shall be paid at the following rates:
Drivers, Fifty Dollars per month.
Foremen in City proper, One Hundred and Fifty Dollars per annum.
Hosemen in City proper, One Hundred and Twenty-five Dollars per annum.
Foremen in East and South Boston, and of Hose Company in Northampton Street, One Hundred Dollars per annum.
Hosemen, in East and South Boston, and of Hose Company in Northampton Street, Seventy-five Dollars per annum.
HOUSES AT SOUTH BOSTON.
Sect. 36. The Salary of the Superintendent of the Boston Lunatic Hospital shall be at the rate of Fifteen Hundred Dollars per annum; and he shall be allowed sufficient houseroom, free of rent, and board for himself and his family in said Hospital, which compensation and privileges shall be in full for his services as Superintendent of said Hospital, and also as Physician to all the Public Institutions at South Boston.
SECT. 37. The salary of the Master of the House of Correction shall be at the rate of Thirteen Hundred Dollars per annum, and he shall be allowed sufficient house-room in said building, free of rent, and board for himself and his family; but no other fees or perquisites shall be allowed him.
SECT. 38. The salary of each of the Principal Assessors shall be at the rate of Sixteen Hundred Dollars per annum, including the allowance provided for by the General Statutes of the Commonwealth, and there shall be allowed this department the further sum of Forty-eight Hundred Dollars, to be paid for Clerk hire.
The Assistant Assessors shall be allowed Three Dollars for each and every day which they shall severally devote to the service, but no pay shall be allowed for revising assessments.
The salary of the Per Diem Assessors shall be at the rate of Four Dollars for each and every day which they shall severally devote to the service on street duty.
The number of said days' service of the Assistant Assessors and Per Diem Assessors shall be certified, according to the Ordinance.
SECT. 39. The salaries of the Assistant Clerk of the Supreme Judicial Court and of the Assistant Clerk of the Superior Court for civil business, shall be paid at the rates established by statute, to wit:
To the Assistant Clerk of the Supreme Judicial Court, Fifteen Hundred Dollars per annum.
To the Assistant Clerk of the Superior Court for civil business, Eighteen Hundred Dollars per annum.
Ordered, That whenever any person in the employ of the City shall demand payment for his salary, or any part thereof, it shall be the duty of the Auditor and City Treasurer to deduct therefrom any and all sums due from such officer to the City.
In Board of Aldermen, April 15, 1861. Read once, and ordered to be printed.
S. F. MOCLEARY, City Clerk.
In Bourd of Aldermen, Monday, April 15, 1861.
The Committee on Paving having had under consideration the subject of the completion of the raising of the grade on Dover Street, from Shawmut Avenue to Tremont Street, as contemplated by the City Council of last year, present the following Report and Orders :
The filling up of the Back Bay lands to a higher grade than that of Dover Street and other streets in that vicinity comprised in the area between Tremont and Washington streets, rendered it imperatively necessary that this territory should be raised to a corresponding level, in order to obtain a proper drainage, which had been disturbed, and in some instances cut off
, by the operation above mentioned. The City Council of last year, therefore, to afford the most immediate relief, ordered the raising of Dover Street, agreeably to a plan approved by the Committee on Paving, and adopted by the Board of Aldermen, and carried forward the work with commendable energy. Considerable time elapsed before the necessary steps could be taken to commence the work, and the approaching inclemency of winter prevented the accomplishment of the design of the City Government. The entire range of houses upon one side of the street had been raised, and upon the other only twelve remained at the low grade unmoved. Of these twelve houses (being in one block between Shawmut Avenue and Emerald Street), a portion only of the owners had signed the bond for the raising of