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AN ORDINANCE RELATING TO SALARIES IN THE FIRE DEPARTMENT.

Be it ordained by the Court of Common Council of the City of

Hartford: On and after April 1, 1910, the salaries of the following members of the Fire Department shall be:

Second deputy chief of the Fire Department, not more than $1,500 per annum.

Electrical inspector, not more than $1,800 per annum. Assistant electrical inspector, not more than $1,200 pe annum. Lineman, not more than $1,050 per annum.

All ordinances and parts of ordinances inconsistent herewith are hereby repealed.

Approved, March 1, 1910.

AN ORDINANCE RELATING TO THE POLICE DEPARTMENT.

I.

Be it ordained by the Court of Common Council of the City of

Hartford: SECTION The Police Department shall consist of one chiefof-police, one captain, one lieutenant, five detective-sergeants, who shall perform general detective service, not more than ten sergeants, one of whom, under the direction of the Mayor, may be assigned as inspector of licenses and public vehicles, one police matron, one hundred and sixteen regular policemen, three drivers, and not more than one hundred supernumerary policemen, any of whom may be called into regular service by the chief-of-police whenever in the opinion of the Police Board their services may be necessary. Hereafter all appointments as regular policemen shall be from the supernumerary force. No supernumerary policeman shall be appointed to the permanent force until he has performed active service for at least six months.

SEC. 2. All ordinances and parts of ordinances inconsistent herewith are hereby repealed.

SEC. 3. This ordinance shall take effect from and after May 1, 1910.

Approved, March 1, 1910.

AN ORDINANCE RELATING TO THE EMPLOYMENT OF MEDICAL

INSPECTORS OF THE HEALTH DEPARTMENT.

Be it ordained by the Court of Common Council of the City of

Hartford: That the fifth line of Section 60 of the revised ordinances relating to medical inspectors of the Health Department be amended so as to read as follows:

“Four medical inspectors, each $600.00 per year.” Approved, May 24, 1910.

AN ORDINANCE RELATING TO SALARY OF CLERK TO SEALER OF

WEIGHTS AND MEASURES.

Be it ordained by the Court of Common Council of the City of

Hartford: That Section 67, page 28, of revised ordinances of 1908, shall be amended to read as follows:

Section 67. SEALER OF WEIGHTS AND MEASURES. Sealer of weights and measures

$1,200.00 Clerk

600.00 Approved, July 12, 1910.

AN ORDINANCE PROHIBITING CERTAIN FORMS OF ADVERTISING IN

THE CITY STREETS.

I.

Be it ordained by the Court of Common Council of the City of

Hartford: SECTION No person shall place in or upon, or carry or transport in any manner or by any means, through, along, or upon any public street or sidewalk in the City of Hartford, or cause to be placed in or upon, or to be carried or transported in any manner or by any means through, along, or upon any such public street or sidewalk, any show-board or canvas, placard, sign, or advertising transparency or device of any kind for the purpose of displaying or exhibiting the same; provided, that nothing herein shall be so construed as to prohibit the customary and usual lettering used by business men on their wagons.

SEC. 2. Any violation of Section 1 of this ordinance shall be a misdemeanor and be punished by a fine not exceeding twenty dollars.

Approved, October 11, 1910.

AN ORDINANCE AMENDING SECTION 299 RELATING TO INSPECTION OF BUILDINGS, AND SECTION 301 RELATING TO CERTIFI

CATES OF APPROVAL OF PLUMBING. Be it ordained by the Court of Common Council of the City of

Hartford: That Sections 299 and 301 of the revised ordinances be amended to read as follows:

Section 299. INSPECTION OF BUILDINGS. No building intended for human habitation, occupancy or use, shall hereafter be erected or in any material manner altered or repaired, unless the owner or the person having charge of such erection, alterations or repairs shall first have submitted the plans, specifications and details therefor, in so far as the same shall relate to ventilation, light, plumbing and drainage, to the Board of Health, who shall have power to approve, reject or modify such plans, specifications and details, and to issue such written instructions relating to said work as it shall deem proper for the protection of health.

Section 301. CERTIFICATE OF APPROVAL. When the plumbing work upon any building requiring inspection and approval as aforesaid shall be completed, the Board of Health shall be notified by the plumber or person in charge, and if on inspection the work shall be found completed to the satisfaction of said Board, it shall issue a written certificate of approval, a copy of which and of all other proceedings in the matter shall be kept on file or recorded, and until such certificate is issued it shall not be lawful for the owner, manager or agent of said property to allow it to be used for human habitation or occupancy.

Approved, October 11, 1910.

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