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William B. Charles.. 1 Thomas B. Caughlan. 2 Alfred E. Smith.. 3 Richard J. Malloy. 4 William H. Burns. 5 | Leslie J. Tompkins. 6 Charles Anderson 7 Peter P. Sherry 8 Louis Freidel 9 Patrick H. Bird. 10 Frederick J. Etzel. 11 John J. Sammon 12 Edward Rosenstein. 13 John C. Hackett 14 Albert C. Wiegand. 15 Thomas J. McManus 16 Gustave Hartman.. 17 Michael J. Sheehy .. 18 Edward B. La Fetra. 19 Mervin C. Stanley. 20 Peter L. Fitzsimons 21 William Young 22 William H. Hornidge. 23 Richard H. Smith.. 24 James J. Nugent.. 25 Ezra P. Prentice 26 Michael J. Machacek. 27 | George B. Agnew 28 Emanuel S. Cahn.. 29 Frederic E. Perham* 30 Robert F. Wagner. 31 Joseph Beihilf 32 Leopold Prince.. 33 Jacob E. Salomon 34 William J. Ellis... 35 Peter J. Everett.
George F. Thompson
Henry L. Gates
Frank X. Wood.
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Henry V. Wilson. 1 Thomas D. Lewis. 2
Fred. G Whitney
John R. Yale.
MEMBERS OF ASSEMBLY-(Concluded).
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A. J. B. Wedemeyer.
George H. Whitney.
William J. Maier.
George E. Monroe.. 1 | Charles I Coutant. 2 William D. Cunningham
William R. Waddell.
Addison P. Smith
Elmer E. Charles.
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PASSED AT THE ONE HUNDRED AND TWENTY-EIGHTH REGULAR 'SessioN OF THE LEGIS.
LATURE, BEGUN THE FOURTH DAY OF JANUARY, 1905, AND ENDJ«G THE FIFT: DAY
of nineteen hundred and two, entitled "An act to incorporate
Accepted by the city.
three-fifths being present.
Section 1. Section eleven of chapter two hundred and sixty-nine
$ 11. Compensation of city officers.—The mayor, aldermen, members of the board of education, except the clerk, members of the board of public works, and members of the board of health except the president, shall receive no compensation for their services. The annual salary of the city judge shall be twelve hundred dollars; the annual salary of the city clerk shall be fixed by the common council at a sum not to exceed one thousand dollars, six hun. dred dollars of which shall be paid out of the water fund; the annual salary of the city chamberlain shall be twelve hundred dollars, but he shall receive no fees or additional compensation whatever; the annual salary of the commissioner of charities shall be fixed by the common council at a sum not to exceed six hundred dollars; the annual salary of the health officer and city
physician shall be six hundred dollars which shall include all expenses for medicines furnished to the poor, under his charge. The annual compensation of each assessor shall be one hundred dollars. The corporation counsel shall receive such annual salary as shall be agreed upon by the common council, not exceeding five hundred dollars: The superintendent of public works shall receive an anpaal salary of nine hundred dollars; the chief of police a monthly salary of seventy-five dollars; the patrolmen, other than special policemen, a monthly salary of sixty-five dollars; the special policemen shall receive two dollars a day if continuouş employment is for less than a month, or forty dollars a monthifor å full month's service; the clerk of the board of educa.' tion shall receive an annual salary of not to exceed five hundred .doHars, payable out of the school fund; the supervisors and conståbles shall be entitled to the same compensation for their services as the corresponding officers in towns are entitled to receive for like services; the inspectors of election and such other officers as are authorized to be appointed, shall receive the compensation fixed by law. Salaried officers by the year or month shall be paid ratably if actual service shall be less than the full term. No other appointive officer of the city shall be entitled to receive from the city any compensation for his services, unless otherwise provided by this act.
§ 2. This act shall take effect immediately.
of eighteen hundred and ninety-seven, entitled “An act to revise
Accepted by the city.
three-fifths being present.
Section 1. Section fifty-five of chapter seven hundred and sixty of the laws of eighteen hundred and ninety-seven, entitled "An act to revise the charter of the city of Watertown,” is hereby amended so as to read as follows:
§ 55. The city treasurer.—The city treasurer shall be the fiscal officer of the city; he shall be the collector of all taxes, assessments and water rates; he shall perform the duties, possess the powers and be subject to the liabilities and obligations prescribed