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Scale.100 Feet to an Inch.
hith. of J.H. Bufford, Boston.
Northwestirardwy by lilin-risau. Arenne about 2:1 17.;
Northrustwardly by Concord Streetźbout 6581%; Southeastwardly by Albany Street about 62 fl.; and Southwestwardly by Springfield Street avou 630 ft. containing 67, acres. The average grade of the streets around the hot will be,when graded, about 17 ft, ahove mcan 10m water, or 7ft, abore tide mar'sh level.
FARWELL & CO
In Board of Aldermen, June 18, 1861. Laid on table, and ordered to be printed. Attest:
S. F. McCLEARY, City Clerk.
PROPOSED BY THE COMMON COUNCIL TO THE FIRE ORDINANCE.
June 13, 1861.
SECTION 1. Line 2. After many, insert "foremen.”
SECT. 2. Line 8. After determine, insert " and the Board of Engineers may recommend to the City Council a suitable person to fill the office of Secretary of Engineers.
SECT. 28. Line 2. Strike out “1” in axlemen wherever said word occurs in this or other sections of the Ordinance.
SECT. 30. Line 4. After nominated, insert 6 annually at least, or."
Line 19. After returned, insert “ by the company as aforesaid within one week from the date of reception of notice of such rejection.”
SECT. 46. Line 2. After sickness, insert “and except those cases in which he shall fail to hear the alarm in the night-time by reason of the omission to give or sound the alarm in the fire district in which he lives."
After Section 46 insert a new section, to be numbered as follows:
“SECT. 47. The Board of Engineers, notwithstanding the provisions herein contained, may, with the approval of the Mayor, grant to any officer or member of the Fire Department, if they shall think it compatible with the interests of the Department, a