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RULES AND REGULATIONS.)
Feb. 18, 1850.
Whenever the hall is used for any meeting, or other pur- Jan. 28, 1850. pose, on a petition signed by one hundred legal voters, there shall be paid to the city clerk, through the hands of the superintendent May 21, 1863. of the hall, the following prices, in advance:
For opening and closing the hall for a convention or a political Fees. meeting, six dollars a day.
For opening, closing, lighting and warming the hall in the evening, for a political or any other meeting, eight dollars.
For opening, closing, lighting and warming the hall on an occasion when tickets are sold or money is taken at the door, twelve dollars for a day, and twenty-five dollars for an evening; and persons requiring the use of the hall for a dinner, shall pay in addition to the usual fee the sum of six dollars, to defray the expense of washing and cleaning the hall and floor.
For opening, closing, lighting and warming the hall for a ball, twenty-five dollars.
2. No decorations shall be made in the hall without a special Decorations. order from the board of aldermen.
3. The police attending any meeting in the hall, shall be Police. appointed by the board of aldermen, and the expense of the same shall be defrayed by the applicants.
4. The applicants shall be answerable, jointly and severally, Damages. for all damages done to the hall during their occupation of the
5. Woodcock and partridges not
to be killed at certain times
be sold on street stands
times, under penalty. 7. Pinnated grouse or heath hens. 8. Marsh birds, upland plover.
1 Rules and regulations relating to Faneuil Hall, passed by the mayor and aldermen January 28 and February 18, 1850, and by the board of aldermen January 28, 1856, and May 21, 1863.
9. Fresh water fowl.
be killed on feeding or roost
domesticated birds, except
snipe, hawks, &c.
1. Superintendent of Faneuil Hall
Market, how appointed.
tendent. Their duties.
for carts and other carriages.
may order carriages, horses,
them to be removed.
carriages, &c., by owner, or
of this ordinance, how pun-
10. Stalls to be leased by written
leases. 11. Offal, &c., not to remain in the
stalls. 12. Offal, &c., not to be thrown
into the passageways or on sidewalks. Stale meat, vegetables, &c., not to be sold or exposed. Superintendent may
remove it. Penalty. 13. Stalls, &c., shall revert to the
city when rent is not paid, or regulations are not com
plied with. 14. Poultry shall be dressed, &c. 15. Gaming, smoking, disorderly
behavior, &c., prohibited.
Penalty. 16. Horses, carriages, &c., not per
mitted within limits of the
market, except, &c. Penalty. 17. Passageways, &c., shall not be
incumbered. 18. Street stands shall not be occu
pied, except, &c. 19. Street stands, what hours to be
occupied 20. Penalties. 21. Superintendent shall pay over
moneys, and make quarterly
report. 22. Other ordinances repealed. Pro
Mayor and alder-
1. By an act of the legislature, passed February 21, 1824, the mayor and aldermen were authorized, whenever the city council should declare that the public exigencies require that the limits of Faneuil Hall market should be extended in any direction between Ann street on the north, a line drawn from the east end of Faneuil Hall, on the west, south side of Faneuil Hall, and the lane leading to Greene's wharf on the south, and the harbor on the east, to lay out and widen Faneuil Hall Market, within
one year from the first day of April, 1824, in such direction Provisions respect- within the limits aforesaid, not exceeding one hundred and eighty
feet wide, as might be prescribed by the city council; provided, that the land taken, by virtue of this act, should never be used
ing damages for land taken, &c. Ibid.
1 Now called North street.
produce may be sold on street
Faneuil Hall Mar
1859, c. 211, $ 1.
for any other purposes than those described in said act, without 1823, c. 148.
2. The city of Boston shall make no by-law, ordinance, or Provisions and regulation, excluding from the occupation of street stands within the limits of Faneuil Hall Market, in said city, as the same are, stands around or may be defined in the city ordinances, for the sale of fresh ket under certain provisions, and perishable produce, any persons taking such restrictions, stand for the sole purpose of selling such fresh provisions or perishable produce, provided the same are the product of the farm of the person offering them for sale, or of some farm within ten miles of the residence of such person; or are to be sold at wholesale only, by the party offering them for sale on commission, for, or as agent for some person or persons residing or having a usual place of business within eight miles of said market; or are meats to be sold at wholesale only by the person who slaughtered the animals of which the same was a part.
3. The said city shall make no by-law, ordinance, or regula- No prohibition by tion prohibiting the occupation of stands within said limits, and city of Boston durthe sale of fresh provisions and perishable produce, by the per- of the day, except, sons hereinbefore mentioned, between the hours of four o'clock in the afternoon and the time of closing said market at night, or 1860, c. 152, § 1. before eleven o'clock in the forenoon, except on Sunday and holidays.
4. Any existing by-laws, ordinances, or regulations inconsis- Repeal in part of tent herewith are hereby repealed; but this act 2 shall not be con- 1859, c. 211, $ 3. strued to repeal or prevent reasonable rules of police, needful for the decorum, convenience, and good order of the market, and of those who buy and sell therein.
1 The city council, by resolves passed March 11, 1824, declared that the public exigencies required such extension; and on July 22, 1824, the mayor and aldermen laid out and widened the said market, "in an easterly direction from said Faneuil Hall to the harbor, between two lines parallel to the walls of Faneuil Hall aforesaid, and running eastwardly towards the harbor, of which the north line shall be fourteen feet distant from the north side of said hall, and the south line shall be one hundred and eighty feet to the south of said north line.” City Records, vol. II., pp. 70, 294.
2 Chap. 211, 1859.
Woodcock and partridges not to
Quail not to be
Pinnated grouse or
Marsh birds, upland plover. Ibid. $ 4.
5. Whoever, between the first day of January and the fifteenth be killed at certain day of August, takes or kills any woodcock, or between the first
day of February and the first day of September, takes any ruffed grouse or partridges, or within the respective times aforesaid, sells, buys or has in his possession any of said birds so taken or killed in this commonwealth or elsewhere, shall forfeit for every such bird twenty-five dollars.
6. Whoever, between the first day of April, eighteen hundred and sixty-nine, and the first day of November, eighteen hundred and seventy-two, takes or kills any of the birds known as quail or Virginia partridge, in any way whatsoever, shall forfeit for every such bird the sum of twenty-five dollars. And whoever shall, after the first day of November, eighteen hundred and seventytwo, take or kill any of said birds, except in the months of November and December annually, shall forfeit for every such bird the sum of twenty-five dollars.
7. Whoever, at any season of the year, within this State, takes or kills any of the birds called pinnated grouse or heath hens, or sells, buys, or has in his possession any of said birds so killed or taken, shall forfeit for every such bird twenty-five dollars.
8. Whoever, between the first day of March and the first day of July, takes or kills any marsh birds or upland plover, within this. State, shall forfeit for every such bird twenty-five dollars.
9. Whoever, between the first day of March and the first day of September, takes or kills any fresh water fowl, shall forfeit for every such bird twenty-five dollars.
10. Whoever, at any season of the year, within this State, on feeding or roost- kills any fresh water fowl or sea fowl, either upon the feeding or
roosting grounds of said fowl, shooting from any vessel, boat or craft, or chases, or pursues and captures, said fowl, upon or from their feeding or roosting grounds, in any boat or vessel of any kind whatever, shall forfeit for every such bird so taken or killed twenty-five dollars.
11. Whoever, at any season of the year, takes or kills any cated birds, except undomesticated bird not heretofore mentioned in this act, except
snipe, hawks, owls, crows, jays and gulls, or destroys or disturbs the eggs or nests of such undomesticated birds, except the nests or eggs of snipe, hawks, owls, crows, jays and gulls, shall forfeit twenty-five dollars for each offence; provided, that any person, having first obtained the written consent of the mayor and aldermen of any city or selectmen of any town, may, in such city or town, take or destroy, for scientific purposes only, such birds and eggs as said written consent may specify.
12. Whoever, between the first day of April, eighteen hundred and sixty-nine, and the fifteenth day of December, eighteen hundred and seventy-two, and thereafter between the fifteenth
Fresh water fowl.
Fresh water or sea
fowl not to be killed
ing grounds. Ibid. $ 6.
Penalty for killing other undomesti
snipe, hawks, &c. Ibid. $ 7.
Deer not to be
ties to enforce law.
day of December and the first day of September, takes or kills 1869, c. 246, $ 8. any deer, except his own tame deer kept on his own grounds, shall forfeit for every such offence twenty-five dollars.
13. The mayor and aldermen and selectmen of the several Municipal authoricities and towns of this commonwealth shall cause the provisions Ibid. $ 9. of the preceding sections to be enforced in their respective places; and all forfeitures accruing under these sections shall be paid, Forfeitures, how two-thirds to the informant or prosecutor, and one-third to the city or town where the offence is committed.i
SECTION 1. The mayor and aldermen shall Superintendent of annually, on the first Monday of February, or ket appointed, &e. within sixty days thereafter, appoint a superintendent of Faneuil Hall Market, who shall hold his office for one year, from the first Monday of April in the year in which he shall be appointed, and until his successor is chosen and qualified, or he is removed. He may be removed at the pleasure of the mayor, and a vacancy may be filled at any time for the unexpired term. He shall receive such compensation for his services as the city council shall from time to time determine.
SECT. 2. The superintendent of Faneuil Hall His deputies
, their Market may, whenever authorized by the board duties
. of aldermen, employ one or more deputies, who shall be approved by the mayor, and who shall have power and authority to assist the superintendent in the execution of his office, and on any occasion, when said superintendent is not present, to officiate for him in his stead, and to perform his duties; but no deputy shall remain in office
1 For penalties for sale of meat of young calves, tainted or damaged fish, and for adulteration of food and drugs, see “Health,” post.
2 An ordinance in relation to Faneuil Hall Market, passed June 3, 1859; amended May 18, 1866.