Ordinances, 30 January 1843

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Penalty of two dollars for each and every twenty four hours during which the same nuisance shall be or remain on the same lot or , or on such part of the Street adjoining as aforesaid, but no single recovery shall exceed the sum of twenty five dollars.
Sec. 3. Every Butcher or other person immediately after killing any beeves, Calves, Sheep, or other animals shall destroy the offal, garbage, & other offensive & useless parts thereof, or convey the same into some place where the same shall not be injurious or offensive to the inhabitants, under a penalty of twenty dollars for every offence.
Sec. 4. Whenever any dead carcass, putrid or unsound meat of any kind, fish, Hides or skins of any kind, or any other putrid or unsound substance, shall be found in any part of the , it shall be the duty of Supervisor of Streets to cause the same to be destroyed or to be disposed of in such other manner as may be equally secure as regards the public health, & if any person shall resist the Supervisor of Streets in the of the duties hereby imposed, or shall disturb, hinder, molest or resist him or any person or persons by him employed in the execution thereof, such offender shall forfeit the penalty of twenty five dollars.
Sec. 5. It shall be the duty of the supervisor of Streets to cause any stagnant waters to be drained off or removed from any lot, or out of any Street or other place within said , and he is hereby authorized to call upon such persons as owe road labour to assist him therein, & also to abate or remove every nuisance whatever within the .
Sec. 6. It shall be the duty of the supervisor of Streets to report to the City Council, with respect to any other nuisances that may exist in the , such as may be caused from Vats, pits, or pools of stationary water, whether from tanners, skinners, dyers, or other Persons, as he may deem injurious or dangerous to the public health; for their Order thereon, & shall carry the Order of the City Council into effect in the Premises. [p. 155]
Penalty of two dollars for each and every twenty four hours during which the same nuisance shall be or remain on the same lot or , or on such part of the Street adjoining as aforesaid, but no single recovery shall exceed the sum of twenty five dollars.
Sec. 3. Every Butcher or other person immediately after killing any beeves, Calves, Sheep, or other animals shall destroy the offal, garbage, & other offensive & useless parts thereof, or convey the same into some place where the same shall not be injurious or offensive to the inhabitants, under a penalty of twenty dollars for every offence.
Sec. 4. Whenever any dead carcass, putrid or unsound meat of any kind, fish, Hides or skins of any kind, or any other putrid or unsound substance, shall be found in any part of the , it shall be the duty of Supervisor of Streets to cause the same to be destroyed or to be disposed of in such other manner as may be equally secure as regards the public health, & if any person shall resist the Supervisor of Streets in the of the duties hereby imposed, or shall disturb, hinder, molest or resist him or any person or persons by him employed in the execution thereof, such offender shall forfeit the penalty of twenty five dollars.
Sec. 5. It shall be the duty of the supervisor of Streets to cause any stagnant waters to be drained off or removed from any lot, or out of any Street or other place within said , and he is hereby authorized to call upon such persons as owe road labour to assist him therein, & also to abate or remove every nuisance whatever within the .
Sec. 6. It shall be the duty of the supervisor of Streets to report to the City Council, with respect to any other nuisances that may exist in the , such as may be caused from Vats, pits, or pools of stationary water, whether from tanners, skinners, dyers, or other Persons, as he may deem injurious or dangerous to the public health; for their Order thereon, & shall carry the Order of the City Council into effect in the Premises. [p. 155]
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