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Park Department:
Commissioners and chief officials of

80
Consolidation of Cemetery Dept. with (Ordinance, 1920)

157
Parks, Playgrounds, Squares, etc.

80-86
Park frontages, concerning (Ordinances, 1922, 1923, 1924)

168, 172, 175, 177, 179
Parkman Fund, bequest of George F. Parkman

90
Peddlers and Hawkers (Ordinances, 1915)

142, 143
Penal Institutions Dept. merged with Institutions Dept. (Ordi-
nance, 1920).

154
Penal Institutions Department .

123
re-established (Ordinance, 1924)
Pensions and Retirement System

138–140
Pensions for retired teachers

138
Permits, fees for:
Public Works Dept.

97
Street Commissioners

107
Physicians and surgeons, consulting (City Hospital)

71
Planning Department, City

61
Playgrounds (Park Dept.).

82, 83
Police Department:
Commissioner and chief officials of

129
Criminal Investigation, Bureau of

129
Police Commissioner appointed by Governor, term and salary, 113
Police force, officers and patrolmen

130
Stations and divisions of

130, 131
Printing Department

92
Superintendent's salary increased (Ordinance, 1920)

155
Prison, City (Police Dept.)

131
Probate and Insolvency, Court of

119
Probation officers (Suffolk County)

122, 123
Public Buildings Department:
City and County buildings in charge of.

93-96
Superintendent and Chief Clerk of

93
Superintendent's salary increased (Ordinance, 1921)

159
Ward-rooms, hired buildings, etc.

95, 96
Public Library. See Library Dept.
Public streets, miles of paved, by districts, 1925

99
Public Welfare, Overseers of

79
Public Works Department:

Bridge and Ferry Division of
Bridges, number of, maintained by City, etc. .

98
Deputy Commissioner of (Ordinance, 1922)

167
Ferries, municipal, operated by .

98
Highway Division of

99

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97

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Public Works Department. — Concluded.

Lamps, street, number and varieties maintained by .
Public streets in charge of, by districts and miles.
Sewer and Sanitary Division of .
Water Division of

100

99
100
101

Q.
Quarantine service (Health Dept.) abolished (Ordinance, 1915),

142

R.
Refuse, removal of

Ordinances concerning, in 1917 and 1921
Register of Deeds (Suffolk County).
Registry Department ,

City Registrar of births, marriages and deaths

City Registrar, concerning salary of (Ordinance, 1924)
Relief stations (City Hospital)
Representatives of Boston in Legislature, 1925-26.
Retirement Board
Retirement System in effect Feb. 1, 1923
River street (Ward 18) widening of (Acts of 1925, chap. 323)
Roxbury (Wards 8–12):

Assessment districts of
Municipal Court of
Parks, playgrounds, etc., in
Public Library Branch in
Public Schools in
Representatives of, in Legislature, 1925–26
Streets paved in, miles of

Wards in, boundaries of
Rules of the City Council

10!
147, 160

118
102
102
177

74
212

103
138-140

216

53

121
80-84

77
133, 134

212

99
190–192

13–18

.

S.
Salaries of City Officials

44-46, 112, 113
Sanitary Service (Public Works Dept.) supervisor of

100
School Committee:
Appropriations of, regulated to year 1929 (Acts of 1925,
chap. 309)

216
Department of, with officials

131-138
Election and term of, changed (Charter amendments of 1924), 35
Elementary School districts

133, 134
High, Latin and Normal Schools

133
Industrial and special schools

134
Pensions and retirement funds for teachers

138
School Centers

138
Special departments, with directors

134
Teachers' salary schedule

135

137,

2, 3

94, 95

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Schoolhouse Department

103
Appropriations for schoolhouse construction (Acts of 1925,
chap. 327)

216
Seal of the City, origin of
Senatorial districts in Boston, with Senators serving

212
Senators (U.S.) from Mass.

213
Sewer and Sanitary Division (Public Works Dept.)

100
Sewers, length of, in miles.

100
Sheriff of Suffolk County

118
Sidewalks, sweeping of (Ordinance, 1920)

154
Sinking Funds Department

104
Sinking Funds, use of (Ordinance, 1916)

146
Commissioners, treasurer of, salary increased (Ordinance,
1925)

181
Soldiers' Relief Department

104
Commissioner's salary increased (Ordinance, 1922)

170
Deputy commissioners of (Ordinance, 1925)

182
South Boston (Wards 6 and 7):
Assessment districts of.

52, 53
Municipal Building in
Municipal Court of

121
Parks, playgrounds, etc., in

81-83, 86
Public Library Branch in

77
Public Schools in

133
Representatives of, in Legislature, 1925–26

212
Streets paved in, miles of

99
Wards in, boundaries of

189
Southern traffic route, construction of (Acts of 1925, chap.
330 .

216
Statistics Department

105
Chairman of, concerning (Ordinance, 1924)

177
Secretary of, concerning (Ordinance, 1922)

169
Statues, monuments, etc., belonging to City

87-89
Stony Brook, Canterbury branch of, investigation concerning
(Resolves of 1925, chap. 33)

216
Store refuse, removal of

101
Street Cleaning and Oiling Service (Public Works Dept.)

100
Street Commissioners (Street Laying-Out Dept.)

106
Salaries of, increased (Ordinance, 1924)

179
Street lamps, number and varieties of

100
Street Laying-Out Department

106
Streets, public, miles of paved, by districts, 1924

99
Streets, use of (Ordinances, 1916, 1923)

144, 176
Suffolk County, See County of Suffolk.

PAGE

129
92
93
132
107
64

80

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Superintendent of:

Almshouse and Hospital . 74 Police .
Boston Sanatorium

58

Printing
City Hospital

71 Public Buildings
Fire Alarm Branch

64 Schools
Markets

78 Supplies
Parks

Wire Div., Fire Dept.
Supervisor of:

Bridges, Public Works Dept.
Construction, Building Dept.
Elevators, Building Dept.
Gasfitting, Building Dept.
Plumbing, Building Dept.
Sanitary and St. Cleaning and Oiling Service .
Licensed Minors (School Dept.)

Motor apparatus (Fire Dept.)
Supply Department

Superintendent's salary increased (Ordinance, 1920)
Supreme Judicial Court, clerks of
Superior Court, clerks of

97
59
59
60
60
100
134

64

107
152
118
119

216
108
217
150
166

217

T.
Tax limit for 1925 (Acts of 1925, chap. 271)
Transit Department

Governor square, etc., subway route (Acts of 1925, chap. 341),
Ordinance establishing, 1918
Ordinance concerning salaries, 1922
Subway (new) under Huntington ave. and Stuart st. etc.,

investigation concerning (Resolves of 1925, chap. 35)
Transportation facilities between Boston Proper and E. Boston

(Resolves of 1925, chap. 37)
Treasury Department .

Bonding of subordinates in (Ordinance, 1921)

Treasurer's salary increased (Ordin ce, 1921)
Trustees of:

Boston Sanatorium
Hospital Dept.
Library Dept.

Statistics Dept.
Trust Funds, investment of (Ordinance, 1920)
Two-platoon system in Fire Dept. (Ordinance, 1923)

217
108
159
159

58
71
75
105
157
171

V.

Vendors (itinerant), licenses of (Ordinance, 1920) •
Vessels and Ballast Department

156
109

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Wachusett Reservoir

102
Ward boundaries (new) as fixed in 1924

186-199
Ward-rooms, list of (Public Buildings Dept.)

95, 96
Water Division (Public Works Dept.)

101
Water used in 1924, average gallons daily

102
Water mains, miles of, 1925

101
Water, shutting off of (Ordinance, 1922)

171
Weights and Measures Department .

109
Ordinances increasing salaries of sealers

. 150, 152, 173
West Roxbury (Wards 19 and 20):
Assessment districts in

55, 56
Municipal Buildings (Jamaica Plain and Roslindale)
Municipal Court of

121
Parks, playgrounds, etc., in

80–83, 86
Public Library Branches in Jamaica Plain, Roslindale, and
West Roxbury Center .

77, 78
Public Schools in

133, 134
Representatives of, in Legislature, 1925-26

212
Streets paved in, miles of

99
Wards in, boundaries of

197, 198
Wire Department consolidated with Fire Dept. (Ordinance, 1919), 150
Workingmen's Loan Association

128
Workmen's Compensation Act, concerning agent under (Ordi-
nance, 1916).

144

91

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Z.
Zoning Law (Boston)

Amendment of same (Acts of 1925, chap. 219)

Zoning Adjustment Board, members of .
Zoological Garden, Franklin Park

215
216
215
90

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