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66 Record—City Government.
Metropolitan Police Department.
The police force at present consists of four Po-
lice Commissioners, including the Mayor, 1 Chief
of Police. 1 Clerk, 3 Captains, 3 Lieutenants, 12
Sergeants, 4 Turnkeys, 150 Privates.
Board Of Metropolitan Police Com-
missioners for St. Louis.
JohnHow, , President ; Wm.WilliamPatrick, , Treasur-
er ; JohnRiggin, , P. C. ; Mayor , Chauncey I.Filley, ,
Ex-officio .
Station Houses.
1st Police District Station House . Fourth, near
French Market.
2d Police District Station House , No. 46 Ches-
3d Police District Station House , Fifth, bet.between Bid-
dle and O’Fallon.
4th Police District Station House , Garrison av.avenue ,
cor.corner Franklin av.avenue
Chief of Police —J. E. D.Cousins, , residence 93
North 11th.
Captains —Wm.WilliamLee, , r.residence P.Banning, , and Fran-Molair, .
Lieutenants —Wm.WilliamSaulsberry, , AaronFrancis, ,
and A. w.west Hamilton.,
Clerk —Geo.Gavin, .
Sergeants —ThomasHennesey, , JustusFinch, ,
LawrenceHarrigan, , JohnDempsy, , e.east M.Martin, ,
AndrewHack, , AdamMiller, , Geo. M.Martin, , Ma-Trommiller, , JosephHercules, , Franklin
Woodall, and BernardHerr, .
St. Louis Steam Fire Department.
Chief Engineer —Geo. n.north Stevens, ; Office, Wash-
ington av.avenue , bet.between 7th and 8th.
1st Ass’t Engineer —RichardBeggs, .
2d Ass’t Engineer —John w.west Bame, .
Steam Engine Franklin No. 1 , 11th, bet.between Wash
and Carr; Johnston s.south Beggs, , Engineer .
Steam Engine Union No. 2 , Franklin av.avenue and
23d street, A. K.Hildreth, , Engineer .
Steam Engine Washington No. 3 , 5th street,
bet.between Spruce and Almond; Wm.WilliamTrowbridge, , En-
gineer .
Steam Engine Gen. Llyon No. 4 , Broadway, be-
tween Mound and Brooklin; OscarScudder, , En-
gineer .
Steam Engine Missouri No. 5. Washington av.avenue ,
bet.between 7th and 8th; JohnBailey, , Engineer .
Steam Engine Underwriter No. 6 , Carondelet
av.avenue and Park av.avenue ; IsaacThomas, , Engineer .
Steam Engine Deluge No. 7 , Market street. bet.
14th and 15th; JoleOutly, , Engineer .
Hook and Ladder Company , 7th, bet.between Olive and
Pine, East side.
w.west P.Thorne, Jr., Commissary of the Fire De-
partment .
Board Of Fire Engineers.
JoshuaCheever, . Chairman ; Chas. w.west Horn, ,
ErastusWells, , C. w.west Gottschalk, , and H.Shipman.,
John w.west Bame, , Secretary of Board .
Board Of Health.
C. w.west Gottschalk, , 1st and 2d Wards, President ;
Office, 6th, cor.corner Chesnut.
TonyNiederweiser, , 3d and 4th Wards .
J.Cheever, , 5th and 6th Wards
C. w.west Horn, , 7th and 8th Wards
Benj.Charles, , 9th and 10th Wards
Dr. F.Haeussler, , Health Officer .
John r.residence Moore, , Resident Physician City, Hos-
Dr. F. L. V.Brokaw, , Dispensary Physician
and Clerk of B. of H.
Assistants —William P.Dyle, , M. D., and Wil- D.Spore, , M. D.
Consulting Physicians —GeorgeEnglemann, , M.
D., John b.between Johnson, , M. D., ThomasMcMartin, ,
M. D., AdamHammer, , M. D., Chas A.Pope, , M.
D., John T.Hogden, , M. D., AdolphWislizenus, ,
M. D., and —Yunghans, , M. D.
City and Ward Boundries.
City Boundary —The city is bounded east by
the Mississippi river, south by Keokuk street, and
west and north by Grand avenue.
First Ward —All that part of the city lying
south of a line beginning on the Mississippi, at the
foot of Soulad street, thence west along Soulard
to Kosciusko, thence northwardly along Soulard
to Linn street, thence westwardly along Lafayette
avenue to the western line of the city.
Second Ward —All the territory lying north of
he First Ward, and south of a line beginning on
the Mississippi, at the foot of Convent street, run-
ning we twardly along Convent street, to Caron-
delet avenue, thence southwardly to Hickory
street, thence westwardly along Hickory to Grat-
tan street, thence southwardly along Graitan
street to Park avenue, thence westwardly along
Park avenue to the western line of the city.
Third Ward —All the territory lying north of
the Second Ward, and south of a line commencing
on the Mississippi river, at the foot of Plum street,
running westwardly along Plum street to Fourth
street, thence westwardly along Cerre to four-
teenth street, thence Westwardly along the Paci-
fic Railroad line to the western limit of the city.
Fourth Ward —All the territory lying north
of the Third Ward, and south of a line commenc-
ing at the foot of Market street, thence running
westwardly to Tenth street, thence southwardly
along Tenth to Clark avenue, thence westwardly
along Clark avenue to the western line of the city.
Fifth Ward —All the territory lying north of
the Fourth Ward, and south of a line commencing
at the foot of Olive street, thence westwardly
along Olive to the western line of the city.