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W.A. Perry Engine Steward 22 $75.00
T.D. Hinckly Ground sent 23 8.00
Waddell & Miles work on water pipe Columbia
St. Incline 24 25.50
F.W.Westhoff File etc 25 3.00
The resignation of W.B.Jacklin of the Office of Police -
man is received and accepted. There being a vacancy in
the office of Policeman the Council proceed to an election
to fill such vacancy Whereupon Wm.B. Thompson
securing a majority of all the votes of said Council he is
duly declared elected to fill such vacancy
A communication is received from the Surveyor rel-
ative to the grade of Second Street which is read.
Ordered that the bids received in pursuance of the
notices published as required by Ordinance Nos
260 & 261 be & They are hereby laid over until streets
And now the Cemetery Committee return the following
bids to the Council for the slashing of the whole of the
new City Cemetery which bids are now opened by the
Council & read as follows tourist
D.C.Whitney $45.00
Jacob H. Keith 175.00
Patrick Forrest 125.00
James B. Henderson 200.00
A.N. Nims 147.50
Whereupon is appearing to the Council that the bid of
D.C. Whitley is the lowest & best bid received it is ordered that
the contract be awarded to him accordingly
Ordered that the Officers of the Police be & they are hereby
required to wear their stars upon the outside of their coat collars
Ordered that the Gas Committee be & they are hereby authorized
to have the gas light posts painted
Ordered that the Council stand now adjourned until Friday evening
May 4 1882
Attest: E S Osborne, clerk
Approve L.P. Smith, Mayor

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