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President of the Board of Aldermen, Hugh McLean.

ALDERMEN AT LARGE (FOR TWO YEARS).

Joseph Beaudry, Jr. J. Joseph Doran.

William D. Bunnell. Archibald Ferguson, Sr.

Edward L. Cassidy. » William J. Ryan.

Peter J. Westphal.

ALDERMEN AT LARGE (FOR ONE YEAR).

Henry A. Collins. Adam Leining.

Patrick F. Donoghue. Hugh McLean.

Arthur M. French. Daniel Proulx.

Homer J. Stratton.



ALDERMEN BY WARDS.

Ward. Ward.

1 — Timothy J. Lynch. 5 — Michael J. Doyle.

2 — Samuel Migneault. 6 — Elbert Goss.

3 — Frank Feather. 7 — James H. Wylie, Jr.

4 — James S. Lacey.



City Clerk— Edward A. Kane.
City Treasurer — Pierre Bonvouloir.
Messenger — William* T. Walsh.



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49° dTY OFFICERS



CITY GOVERNMENT FOR 1899.



Mayor, ARTHUR B. CHAPIN.
President of the Board of Aldermen, Arthur M. French.

ALDERMEN AT LARGE (FOR TWO YEARS).

Patrick F. Donoghue. Joseph A. Marin.

Arthur M. French. Hugh McLean.

Adam Leining. William McCorkindaie.

Edwin L. Squier.

ALDERMEN AT LARGE (FOR ONE YEAR).

Joseph J. Beaudry. J. Joseph Doran.

William D. Bunnell Archibald Ferguson, Sr.

Edward L. Cassidy. William J. Ryan.

Peter J. Westphal.

ALDERMEN BY WARDS.

Ward. Ward.

1 — Timothy J. Lynch. 5 — Michael J. Doyle.

2 — Samuel Migneault. 6 — William G. Beaudro.

3 — Moritz E. Ruther. 7 — Frank B. Towne.

4 — Joseph A. O'Donnell.

City Clerk — Edward A. Kane.

City Treasurer — Pierre Bonvouloir.
Messenger — William T. Walsh.
Clerk of Committees — John C. Doran.



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CITY OFFICERS 49*



CITY GOVERNMENT FOR 1900.



Mayor, ARTHUR B. CHAPIN.
President of the Board of Aldermen, Arthur M. French.

AliDERMEN AT LARGE (FOR TWO YEARS).

J. Joseph Doran. Adelard M. Potvin.

Jeremiah J. Farrell. John Stalker.

John K. Judd. Frank C. Webber.

Marciene H. Whitcomb.

ALDERMEN AT LARGE (FOR ONE YEAR).

Patrick F. Donoghue. Joseph A. Marin.

Arthur M. French. Hugh McLean.

Adam Leining. William McCorkindale.

Edwin L. Squier.

ALDERMEN BY WARDS.

Ward. Ward.

1 — John P. McTigue. 5 — Michael J. Doyle.

2— Arthur R. Vincent. 6— William G. Beaudro.

3— Herbert C. Clark. 7— Frank B. Towne.

4 — Florence Donoghue.

City Clerk — Edward A. Kane.
City Treasurer — Pierre Bonvouloir.
Messenger — William T. Walsh.
Clerk of Committees — John C. Doran.



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492 CITY OFFICERS



CITY GOVERNMENT FOR 1901.



Mayor, ARTHUR B. CHAPIN.
President of the Board of Aldermen. Michael J. Doyle.

ALDERMEN AT LARGE (FOR TWO YEARS).

William G. Beaudro. John J: Finn.

Edward F. Dowd. Charles S. Hemingway.

William 0. Ducharme. James M. Kennedy.

William McCorkindale.

ALDERMEN AT LARGE (FOR ONE YEAR).

J. Joseph Doran. Adelard M. Potvin.

Jeremiah J. Farreil. John Stalker.

John K. Judd. Frank C. Webber.

Marciene H. Whitcomb.

ALDERMEN BY WARDS.

Ward. Ward.

1 — Dennis O'Leary. 5 — Michael J. Doyle.

2 — Eugene Laramay. 6 — John C. Carlin.

3— John R. Allan. 7— Frank B. Towne.

4— Frank B. Towne.



City Clerk— Edward A. Kane.*
City Clerk— John F. Sheehan.**
City Treasurer — Pierre Bonvouloir.
Messenger — William T. Walsh.
Clerk of Committees — John C. Doran.



•Died April 24, 1901.

••Elected by Board of Aldermen, April 30, 1901.



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CITY OFFICER-* 493



CITY GOVERNMENT FOR 1902.



Mayor, ARTHUR B. CHAPIN.
President of the Board of Aldermen, James M. Kennedy.

ALDERMEN AT LARGE (FOR TWO YEARS).

George Barnett. Jeremiah J. Farrell.

George B. Noonan. Adelard M. Potvin.

John D. Ryan. John .Stalker.

Frank C. Webber.

ALDERMEN AT LARGE (FOR ONE YEAR).

William G. Beaudro. John J. Finn.

Edward F. Dowd. Charles S. Hemingway.

William 0. Ducharme. James M. Kennedy.

William McCorkindale.

ALDERMEN BY WARDS.

Ward. Ward.

1 — Dennis O'Leary. 5 — Eugene F. Kane.

2 — Eugene Laramay. 6 — John D. Dearden.

3— Leon W. Bliss. 7— Thomas W. Holley.

4 — Alexander O'Brien.

City Clerk— John F. Sheehan.
City Treasurer — Pierre Bonvouloir.
Messenger — William T. Walsh.
Clerk of Committees — John C. Doran.



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494 CITY OFFICERS



CITY GOVERNMENT FOR 1903.



Mayor, ARTHUR B. CHAPIN.
President of the Board of Aldermen, James M. Kennedy.

ALDERMEN AT LARGE (FOR TWO YEARS).

John R. Allan. William A. Allyn.

William O. Beaudro. Ira J. Humes.

Michael J. Kearns. James M. Kennedy.

William Lambert.

ALDERMEN AT LARGE (FOR ONE YEAR).

George Barnett. Jeremiah J. Farrell.

George B. Noonan. Adelard M. Potvin.

John D. Ryan. John .Stalker.

Frank C. Webber.

ALDERMEN BY WARDS.

Ward. Ward.

1 — Patrick J. Sullivan. 5 — Eugene F. Kane.

2 — Eugene Laramay. 6 — James Devine.

3— Leon W. Bliss. 7— Thomas W. Holley.

4 — John T. Sheehan.

City Clerk — John F. Sheehan.
City Treasurer — Pierre Bonvouloir.
Messenger — William T. Walsh.
Clerk of Committees — John C. Doran.



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CITY OFFICERS 495



CITY GOVERNMENT FOR 1904.



Mayor, ARTHUR B. CHAPIN.
President of the Board of Aldermen, James M. Kennedy.

ALDERMEN AT LARGE (FOR TWO YEARS).

George Barnett. Martin J. Leary.

Leon W. Bliss. George B. Noon an.

Eugene Laramay. Richard P. Stapleton.

Frank C. Webber.

ALDERMEN AT LARGE (FOR ONE YEAR).

John R. Allan. William A. Allyn.

William G. Beaudro. Ira J. Humes.

Michael J. Kearns. James M. Kennedy.

William Lambert.

ALDERMEN BY WARDS.

Ward. Ward.

1 — Patrick J .Sullivan. 5 — John J. White.

2 — Victor S. Laplante. 6 — Herbert Ainley.

3 — William F. Wicks. 7 — Robert P. Cunningham.

4 — J. Henry Sullivan.

City Clerk— John F. Sheehan.
City Treasurer — Pierre Bonvouloir.
Messenger — William T. Walsh.
Clerk of Committees — John C. Doran.



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496 CITY OFFICERS



CITY GOVERNMENT FOR 1905.



Mayor, NATHAN P. AVERY.
President of the Board of Aldermen, James M. Kenned}".

ALDERMEN AT LARGE (FOR TWO YEARS).

John R. Allan. Ira J. Humes.

"William A. Allyn. Michael J. Kearns.

William J. Cray. James M. Kennedy.

James J. Sullivan.

ALDERMEN AT LARGE (FOR ONE YEAR).

George Barnett. Martin J. Leary.

Leon W. Bliss. George B. Noonan.

Eugene Laramay. Richard Stapleton.

Frank C. Webber.

ALDERMEN BY WARDS.

Ward. Ward.

1 — Samuel N. Bogart. 5 — Richard Connor.

2 — Victor S. Laplante. 6 — Herbert E. Ainley.

3— William F. Wicks. 7— Robert P. Cunningham.

4 — J. Henry ,Sullivan.



City Clerk— John F. Sheehan.
City Treasurer — Pierre Bonvouloir.
Messenger — William T. Walsh.
Clerk of Committees — John C. Dor an.



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CITY OFFICERS 497



CITY GOVERNMENT FOR 1906.



Mayor, NATHAN P. AVERY.
President of the Board of Aldermen, James M. Kennedy.

ALDERMEN AT LARGE (FOR TWO YEARS).

Herbert E. Ainley. James Devine.

George Barnett. George B. Noomn.

Frederick Ch'l r. Henry J. Soutiere.

Samuel C. Warner.

ALDERMEN AT LARGE (FOR ONE YEAR).

William A. Allyn. Ira J. Humes.

William J. Cray. Michael J. Kearns.

John R. Allan.* James M. Kennedy.

Thomas H. Finn** James J. Sullivan.

ALDERMEN BY WARDS.

Ward. Ward.

1 — Dennis O'Leary. 5 — Richard Connor.

2 — Frank Rainault. 6 — Frank Linnehan.

3— William F. Wicks. ?— Jesse E. Sheldon.

4 — J. Henry Sullivan.

City Clerk— John F. Sheehan.
City Treasurer — Pierre Bonvouloir.
Messenger — William T. Walsh.
Clerk of Committees — John C. Doran.



♦Resigned February 6, 1906.

••Elected by the Board of Aldermetty February 6, 1906.



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498 CITY OFFICERS



CITY GOVERNMENT FOR 1907.



Mayor, NATHAN P. AVERY.
President of the Board of Aldermen, James M. Kennedy.

ALDERMEN AT LARGE (FOR TWO YEARS).

Leon W. Bliss. Israel Ducharme.

George R. Burns. James M. Kennedy.

William J. Cray. John D. Ryan.

James J. Sullivan.

ALDERMEN AT LARGE (FOR ONE YEAR).

Herbert E. Ainley. James T. Devine.

George Barnett. George B. Noon an.

Frederick Childs. Henry J. Soutiere.

Samuel C. Warner.

ALDERMEN BY WARDS.

Ward. Ward.

1 — Dennis O'Leary. 5 — Richard Connor.

2 — Frank Rainault. 6 — Leander C. Hartzell.

3 — Thomas A. Bray. 7 — Jesse E. Sheldon.

Jeremiah J. Slattery.

City Clerk — John F. Sheehan.
City Treasurer — Pierre Bonvouloir.
Messenger — William T. Walsh.
Clerk of Committees — John C. Dor an.



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CITY OFFICERS 499



CITY GOVERNMENT FOR 1908.



Mayor, NATHAN P. AVERY.
President of the Board of Aldermen, James M. Kennedy.

ALDERMEN AT LARGE (FOR ONE YEAR).

Leon W. Bliss. Israel Dueharme.

George R. Burns. James M. Kennedy.

William J. Cray. John D. Ryan.

James J. Sullivan.

ALDERMEN AT LARGE (FOR TWO YEARS).

Herbert E. Ainiey. William G. Cantin.

George Barnett. Frederick Childs.

Thomas E. Begley. James T. Devine.

Samuel C. Warner.

ALDERMEN BY WARDS.

Ward. Ward.

1— Thomas H. Finn. 5— John J. White.

2 — Alfred F. Cousineau. 6 — Allan J. Malcolm.

3— Thomas A. Bray. 7— Philip 11. Judd.

4 — Jeremiah J. Slattery.

City Clerk — John F. Sheehan.
City Treasurer — Pierre Bonvouloir.
Messenger — William T. Walsh.
Clerk of Committees — John C. Doran.



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CITY ORDINANCES.



CITY OP HOLYOKE.

In the Year One Thousand Nine Hundred and .Seven.

AN ORDINANCE

To Amend an Ordinance entitled, "An Ordinance in Rela-
tion to Junk Dealers and Dealers in Second-hand Art-
icles.' '

Be it ordained by the Board of Aldermen of the City of
Holyoke as follows:

Section 1: An ordinance entitled, "An ordinance in
relation to Junk Dealers and Dealers in Second-hand Art-
icles' ' is hereby amended by striking out Section 16 thereof,
and inserting in the place of said section the following:

Section 16: For every license granted under this or-
dinance to a dealer in, or keeper of a shop for the purchase,
sale or barter of, junk or old metals, there shall be paid to
the city clerk the sum of twenty-five dollars for the use of
the city.

For every license granted under this ordinance to a
dealer in second-hand articles there shall be paid to the
city clerk the sum of two dollars for the use of the city.

Section 2: This ordinance shall take effect upon its
passage.

Approved May 9, 1907.



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CITY ORDINANCES 5OI

CITY OF HOLYOKE.

In the Year One Thousand Nine Hundred and ,Seven.

AN ORDINANCE
To Establish the Salaries of the Overseers of the Poor.

Be it ordained by the Board of Aldermen of the City of
Holyoke as follows:

Section 1 : The annual compensation of the Overseers
of the Poor, each, is hereby established at one hundred and
fifty dollars, beginning with the first day of January, 1907,
with fifty dollars additional for the secretary.

Section 2: So much of Section 1, of Chapter 38, of the
Revised Ordinances, as is inconsistent herewith is hereby
repealed.

Section 3: This ordinance shall take effect upon its
passage.
Allowed to go into effect without the signature of the Mayor.



CITY OP HOLYOKE.

In the Year One Thousand Nine Hundred and .Seven.

AN ORDINANCE
To Establish the Relief Department.

Be it ordained by the Board of Aldermen of the City of
Holyoke as follows:

Section 1 : Section 2, of Chapter 14, of the Revised Or-
dinances, is hereby amended by adding thereto, after the
first sentence of said section, the following, viz: —

Said Overseers of the Poor and City Almoner shall con-
stitute a department to be known as the Relief Department
of the City of Holyoke.



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- 02 CITY ORDINANCES

Section 3: This ordinance shall take effect upon its
passage.

Approved Sept. 18, 1907.



CITY OF HOLYOKE.

AN ORDINANCE
To Amend Chapter 38 of the Revised Ordinances.

Be it ordained by the Board of Aldermen of the City of
Holyoke as follows:

Section 1: The annual compensation of the Mayor is
hereby established at $2,000.00, beginning with the first day
of January, 1907.

Section 2. So much of Chapter 38. of the Revised Or-
dinances, as is inconsistent herewith is hereby repealed.

Section 3. This ordinance shall take effect upon its
passage.

Passed over veto of mayor .Sept. 25, 1907.



CITY OF HOLYOKE.

In the Year One Thousand Nine Hundred and .Seven.

AN ORDINANCE
To Establish Salaries of Police.

Be it ordained by the Board of Aldermen of the City of
Holyoke as follows:

Section 1 : The annual compensation for police service

is hereby established as follows, viz: —

Assistant Marshal (including services as patrolman),
fifteen hundred dollars.



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CITY ORDINANCES 503

Captain of Police (including services as patrolman),
fourteen hundred dollars.

Lieutenant of Police (including services as patrolman),
thirteen hundred dollars.

Patrolmen, each as follows, viz: —

First year, $875.00;

Second year, $925.00 ;

Third year, $975.00;

Fourth year, $1,025.00;

Fifth year, and thereafter $1,100.00. In each year there
shall be two weeks vacation with full pay.

Section 2: All ordinances and parts of ordinances in-
consistent herewith are hereby repealed.

Section 3: This ordinance shall take effect December
1, 1907.

Approved Nov. 21, 1907.



CITY OP HOLYOKE.

In the Year One Thousand Nine Hundred and .Seven.

AN ORDINANCE

Relating to Leave of Absence of the Permanent Members of
the Fire Department.

Be it ordained by the Board of Aldermen of the City of
Holyoke as follows:

Section 1 : .Subject to the provision that the days to be
assigned for days off, as hereby provided, may be changed
at any time as the interests of the department may require,
each member of the permanent force of the fire department
shall be allowed leave of absence, without loss of pay, as
follows, viz: —



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504 CITY ORDINANCES

1 : Twenty-four hours three times in each calendar
month, to be known as "day off."

2: One extra hour for dinner on Thanksgiving Day
and Christmas Day.

3 : Two weeks vacation each year.

4: In case of death in the immediate family of a per-
manent fireman, he shall be given three days leave of ab-
sence without loss of pay.

Section 2: All ordinances and parts of ordinances in-
consistent herewith are hereby repealed.

Section 3: This ordinance shall take effect upon its
passage.

Approved Nov 21, 1907.



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