Map published by H.B. Smith endorsed as official Map of the City. Liquor By-Law No. 5 finalized and sent to British Columbia Gazette for publication.

This transcript was made in 2012 by Transcribimus volunteer
Margaret Sutherland

original handwritten minutes here

City of Vancouver Archives
Series 23-A Volume 1 pages 32-33

[vol 1 page 32]

Vancouver June 10th 1886

Council met in the Council Chambers on Thursday June 10th at 7:30 P.M.

Present His Worship the Mayor presiding Aldermen Balfour, Cordiner, Coldwell, Dunn, Hamilton, Humphries, L.A. Hamilton, E.P. Hamilton and Northcott.

Minutes of last meeting read and adopted.

Report of the Board of Works read.

Moved by Alderman Balfour seconded by Alderman Cordiner that the Report of the Board of Works be adopted as a whole. Carried.

[Motion 30]
Moved by Alderman L.A. Hamilton seconded by Alderman Dunn, that as the Map of the City published by Mr. H.B. Smith meets with the approval of the individual members of the Council therefore the Council endorses the map and authorizes Mr. H.B. Smith to publish it as the offical Map of the City under the sanction of the Mayor and Council And that the Clerk be authorized to subscribe for one Copy for the Council Chambers.
Carried

Moved by Alderman L.A. Hamilton seconded by Alderman E.P. Hamilton that the Council go into Committee of the whole on Liquor By-Law. Carried.

[vol1 page 33]

Council go into Committee of the Whole with Alderman Dunn as the Chair.

Moved by Alderman L.A. Hamilton seconded by the Mayor that By-Law be known as By-Law No. 5.
After the By-Law was read over Clause by Clause and passed the Committee rose to report.

Moved by Alderman Dunn seconded by Alderman Northcott that the By-Law be read a third time and that the reading of the title be taken as the reading of the whole bill. Carried.

Moved by Alderman Dunn seconded by Alderman Northcott that By-Law No 5 be engrossed, signed and sealed by the Mayor and Clerk and a copy send to the British Columbia Gazette for publication. Carried.

The Council then adjourned.

M.A. MacLean, Mayor

Thos. F. McGuigan, City Clerk

Liquor by-law made official – June 10, 1886
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