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County of Suffolk:
Auditor

117 Land Court
Commissioners

117 Register of Deeds.
District Attorney

117 Sheriff
Index Commissioners

118 Treasurer
Courts and Officers of:
Juvenile Court

121 South Boston District
Municipal Court, Boston West Roxbury District
Proper

119, 120

(incl. Hyde Park).
Brighton District

120 Probate and Insolvency,
Charlestown District

120 Judges and Register
Dorchester District

120 Probation officers
East Boston District

121 Superior Court.
Roxbury District

121 Supreme Court.
Criminal Investigation, Bureau of (Police Dept.)

121

119
122
119
118
129

102
118
215

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128
92

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D.
Deaths, registrar of
Deeds, Register of (Suffolk County).
Departments, changes in
Departments and Commissions of the City (alphabetical list):
Art Dept.

114 Mayor
Assessing

47 Park
Auditing

57 Police.
Boston and Cambridge

Printing
Bridges Commission . 116

Public Buildings
Boston Sanatorium

58 Public Welfare, Overseers
Budget Dept.

of
Building

59 Public Works Dept.
City Clerk

61 Registry
City Planning

61 Retirement Board
Collecting

School Committee
Election

62 Schoolhouse Dept.
Finance Commission.

116 Sinking Funds
Fire Dept. .

63

Soldiers' Relief
Franklin Foundation

124 Statistics
Health Dept.

69 Street Laying-Out
Hospital

70 Supply
Institutions

Transit
Law

Treasury
Library

75 Vessels and Ballast
Licensing Board

126 Weights and Measures
Market Dept.

78
Detention, House of (Police Dept.)
District Attorney (Suffolk County)

Eight assistants to be appointed (Acts of 1925, chap. 285).

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Districts:
Assessment.
48–57 Medical (County)

123, 124
Fire

65, 66
Municipal Court

119-121
Geographical, with wards, 186-199 School

133, 134
Legislative

212
Dock and Faneuil Hall squares, widening, etc. (Acts of 1925, chap.
333)

216
Dorchester (Wards 13-18):
Assessment districts of

53–55
City Buildings in .

93, 94, 96
Municipal Court of

120
Parks, playgrounds, etc., in .

81-83, 85
School districts in .

133, 134
Streets paved in, miles of
Wards in, boundaries of

193–196
Downtown south-to-north highway, investigation of continued
(Resolves of 1925, chap. 32)

217

99

48, 49

E.
East Boston (Ward 1):

Assessment districts of
City Buildings in .

93–95
District Court of

121
Parks, playgrounds, squares, etc. in

81–83, 85
Public Library Branch in

77
Relief station (hospital) in

71, 74
School districts in . .

133
Streets paved in, miles of

99
Ward 1, boundaries of

186
Election Department

62
Commissioners, salaries of (Ordinances 1921, 1923)

165, 171
Elections, biennial, established (Charter amendments of 1924)

35
Engineers, Public Works Dept.

99, 100, 101
Examiners, Board of (Building Dept.)
Executive Departments of City

47–109
Executive Officers, with salary, term, etc.

44-46

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60

97
107
113
98

F.
Fees for permits, Public Works Dept.
Fees for permits, Street Commissioners
Fence-viewers (Building Dept.).
Ferries (North and South) owned by City
Ferry. See Bridge and Ferry Division.
Finance Commission
Fire Department, with officials, fire-districts, etc..

Firemen's hours of labor (Ordinances, 1917 and 1923)
Two-platoon system (Ordinance, 1923)

116
63-69
148, 171

171

PAGE Fire Department, with officials, fire-districts, etc.- Concluded. Fire apparatus, companies and their officers

66-69 Assignments by districts

65, 66 Total equipment in use and in reserve

69 Firemen's Relief Fund

69 Fiscal year, change of (Charter amendments of 1924)

35 Flag, City (Ordinance, 1916)

146 Foreign Consuls in Boston .

214 Fountains, monuments, statues, etc.

87-89 Fourth of July Orators appointed by City Government

210, 211 Franklin Foundation

124, 125 Franklin Fund, Managers of

124 Franklin Union (Trade School)

125 Franklin Park

80, 82, 87, 90 Free port within Port of Boston, investigation concerning (Resolves of 1925, chap. 24)

217

G. Garage permits, fees (Street Commissioners) Government of Boston, 1925

Members of, 1909–1924 Gymnasia, public (Park Dept.).

107

9 202-205

90, 91

H.
Harbor Master (Police Dept.)
Harvard University, “tree museum

” of
Hawkers and Peddlers (Ordinances, 1915)
Haymarket-Square Relief Station (Hospital Dept.)
Health Department

Chief officials of
Heights, Building, regulation of
High Pressure Fire Service .
Highway Division, Public Works Dept.
Hospital Department (City Hospital)

Convalescent Home, Dorchester
Medical and Surgical Staff
Relief Stations

South Department
Hospitals, unnecessary noise near (Ordinance, 1916)
House of Correction, Deer Island
House of Detention (Police Dept.)
Hyde Park (Ward 18, part):

Assessment districts of
Municipal Building in
Municipal Court of (with W. Roxbury)
Playgrounds, parks, etc., in .

130

89 142, 143

71, 74 69, 70

70 182-184

102

99 70-74 71, 74 71-74 70-74

73 145 123 131

55 94, 96

121 82, 83, 85

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Index Commissioners (Suffolk County)
Insolvency and Probate, Court of
Inspectors:

Health Dept. .
Police Dept.

School Dept. (medical).
Institutions Department:

Commissioner and Deputy Commissioner of
Ordinance establishing, 1920
Ordinance changing, 1924
Superintendent of Long Island Almshouse and Hospital

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Jail, County, Charles St.

95
Ordinances as to salaries of officers, 1916, 1917, 1918, 1919,
1920, 1923, 1924

145, 147, 145, 151, 153, 172, 177
Jailer and Sheriff (Suffolk County)

118
Jitneys, licensing and regulation of (Ordinances, 1921, 1924)

178
July Fourth, Orators appointed by the City

210, 211
Junk and second-hand articles (Ordinance concerning, 1918)

149
Justices of Municipal Courts

120-121
Juvenile Court

121

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Lamps, street, number and varieties of
Land Court (Suffolk County)
Law Department .
Legislation in 1925 pertaining to Boston ..
Legislature of 1925–26, Boston members of
Library Department:

Central and Branch libraries of .
Officials and Trustees of
Reading-rooms of .
Trust funds, appropriation, etc.

Volumes, number belonging and circulated
License and Permit Fees:

Board of Examiners (Building Dept.)
Public Works Dept.
Street Commissioners

76, 78

75
77, 78

76
76

60, 61

97
107

Licensing Board
Licensing Division, Mayor's Office (Amusement licenses)
Loan Association, Workingmen's
Loan Company, Chattel
Loan Company, Collateral .

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47 128 128 128

78

M. Market Department

78 Faneuil Hall and Quincy Markets Closing of markets (Ordinance, 1923)

174 Superintendent's salary increased (Ordinance, 1922)

167 Marriage Certificates (Registry Dept.)

102 Massachusetts, Members of 69th Congress from

213 Mayor: Department of

47 Municipal Employment Bureau

47 Office staff of

47 Mayors of Boston, 1822 to 1925

206 Medical Examiners (Suffolk County)

123 Metropolitan Sewerage Districts

101 Metropolitan transportation, a district of (Resolves of 1925, chap. 38)

217 Metropolitan Water District

102 Monuments, statues, etc., belonging to City

87-89 Morton and Washington streets (Dorchester) widening of (Acts of 1925, chap. 325)

216 Mortuaries (Suffolk County)

124 Municipal Court:

Boston Proper, Brighton, Charlestown, Dorchester · 119, 120
East Boston, Roxbury, South Boston, W. Roxbury

121 Justices of (regular and special)

119-121 Probation officers of

122, 123 Municipal Employment Bureau

47 Municipal Standard (Ordinance, 1916)

146 Municipal year, change of (Charter amendments of 1924,

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Officers paid by fees
Old South Association .
Orators of Boston since 1771
Ordinances enacted, 1914-1925

Revised (13th Revision) 1914
Overseers of Public Welfare

Temporary Home and Wayfarers' Lodge in charge of

113, 126

128 210, 211 141-182

141 78, 79

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