The branching fractions for the major decay modes of the lepton are measured from a sample of tagged decays selected from +- pairs produced in e+e- annihilation. The decay products of one member of the +- pair are used to identify the event. The opposite member of the pair is then included in the sample if it satisfies an invariant-mass cut and a charged-multiplicity cut. In this way, we attempt to select an unbiased sample of decays. The sample is divided into categories based on charged- and neutral-particle multiplicities, and charged-particle identification. The branching fractions are measured simultaneously, with an unfold technique and a maximum-likelihood fit, with the sum of the branching fractions constrained to be unity. The branching fractions for the decay modes - K- and - K*- are fixed at the world averages in the fit. The following branching fractions are measured: B(-e) =(126.96.36.199)%, B(-' - )=(188.8.131.52)%, B(-) =(10.01.1 *1,4)%, B(-0) =(184.108.40.206)%, B(-(n0, n>1))=(12.01.42.5)%, B(-+-) =(6.7 0.80.9)%, and B(-+- (n0,n>0)) =(220.127.116.11)%. The total branching fraction to one charged pion plus at least one neutral hadron is measured to be (18.104.22.168)%. Limits on allowed decay modes involving the meson are discussed. © 1987 The American Physical Society.