Ordinances, 30 January 1843, as Published in the Wasp

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apprehended and to cause all buildings, chimneys, stoves, pipes, hearth stones, boilers, ash-houses, and apparatus usual in any building, which shall be found in such condition as to be considered unsafe to be without delay, at the expence of the owner thereof, or occupant thereof, put in such condition as not to be dangerous in causing or promoting fires.
Sec.3. If any person shall obstruct or hinder any person under the direction of the Warden aforesaid, in the performance of his duty under the preceding section, such person shall, for every such offence, forfeit the penalty of twenty five dollars.
FIFTH DIVISION—OF THE CITY WATCH.
Sec. 1. Be it ordained by the City Council of the city of , that there be established in said a night watch or patrol to be composed of the Captain of the Police and such watchmen as may, from time to time, be appointed by the City Council, and who shall be governed by such laws and regulations, and endowed with such powers and authority as may be given or imposed upon them by the City Council.
Sec. 2. It shall be the duty of the Captain of the Police to keep a general superintendance of the watch; direct the manner of keeping watch, and the times and rounds of the watchmen; and to perform such duties as are necessary and proper for the discharge of his duty and office; he shall keep a register of the watchmen and have a house or building for the use of the same, and shall appoint a Lieutenant who shall discharge his duties in his absence.
Sec. 3. To the said watch shall be entrusted the peace and safety of the during the night, and they shall arrest all persons who may be found in said at unusual hours and under suspicious circumstances, and bring such person or persons before the Captain of the Police, who may, in his discretion, detain such person or persons until such time as the Mayor or some Alderman can examine into the nature of the charges against him or them; they shall also stop all riotous or improper noises during the night, and may arrest offenders as aforesaid and exercise such a discretion in preserving the peace and quiet of the as may be proper and salutary, and for such or other services there shall be allowed them such reasonable compensation as the Council may agree upon.
SIXTH DIVISION—PUBLIC MARKET.
Sec. 1. All persons keeping fresh meat or fish in this , shall at all times keep the building in which such meat or fish is exposed for sale, clean and free from any disagreeable smell; and any person neglecting to comply with this or the next succeeding section, shall for each offence forfeit and pay the sum of five dollars.
Sec. 2. It shall be the duty of the supervisor of streets to inspect the state of all places within this , in which fresh meat or fish is exposed for sale, once in each month, between the first of November and the first of April, and once in each week between the first of April, and the first of November, and if he shall find the foregoing section to be not complied with, he shall order the said buildings to be cleared; and it shall be the duty of the person or persons in charge of said building or buildings, to facilitate such examination, and when directed as aforesaid, to cause such place or places to be cleansed and put in a healthy condition.
Passed January 30th 1843.
JOSEPH SMITH, Mayor
, Recorder. [p. [2]]
apprehended and to cause all buildings, chimneys, stoves, pipes, hearth stones, boilers, ash-houses, and apparatus usual in any building, which shall be found in such condition as to be considered unsafe to be without delay, at the expence of the owner thereof, or occupant thereof, put in such condition as not to be dangerous in causing or promoting fires.
Sec.3. If any person shall obstruct or hinder any person under the direction of the Warden aforesaid, in the performance of his duty under the preceding section, such person shall, for every such offence, forfeit the penalty of twenty five dollars.
FIFTH DIVISION—OF THE CITY WATCH.
Sec. 1. Be it ordained by the City Council of the city of , that there be established in said a night watch or patrol to be composed of the Captain of the Police and such watchmen as may, from time to time, be appointed by the City Council, and who shall be governed by such laws and regulations, and endowed with such powers and authority as may be given or imposed upon them by the City Council.
Sec. 2. It shall be the duty of the Captain of the Police to keep a general superintendance of the watch; direct the manner of keeping watch, and the times and rounds of the watchmen; and to perform such duties as are necessary and proper for the discharge of his duty and office; he shall keep a register of the watchmen and have a house or building for the use of the same, and shall appoint a Lieutenant who shall discharge his duties in his absence.
Sec. 3. To the said watch shall be entrusted the peace and safety of the during the night, and they shall arrest all persons who may be found in said at unusual hours and under suspicious circumstances, and bring such person or persons before the Captain of the Police, who may, in his discretion, detain such person or persons until such time as the Mayor or some Alderman can examine into the nature of the charges against him or them; they shall also stop all riotous or improper noises during the night, and may arrest offenders as aforesaid and exercise such a discretion in preserving the peace and quiet of the as may be proper and salutary, and for such or other services there shall be allowed them such reasonable compensation as the Council may agree upon.
SIXTH DIVISION—PUBLIC MARKET.
Sec. 1. All persons keeping fresh meat or fish in this , shall at all times keep the building in which such meat or fish is exposed for sale, clean and free from any disagreeable smell; and any person neglecting to comply with this or the next succeeding section, shall for each offence forfeit and pay the sum of five dollars.
Sec. 2. It shall be the duty of the supervisor of streets to inspect the state of all places within this , in which fresh meat or fish is exposed for sale, once in each month, between the first of November and the first of April, and once in each week between the first of April, and the first of November, and if he shall find the foregoing section to be not complied with, he shall order the said buildings to be cleared; and it shall be the duty of the person or persons in charge of said building or buildings, to facilitate such examination, and when directed as aforesaid, to cause such place or places to be cleansed and put in a healthy condition.
Passed January 30th 1843.
JOSEPH SMITH, Mayor
, Recorder. [p. [2]]
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