Popular Aldermen Get Two-Year Term – Feb 29, 1892

Popular Aldermen Get Two-Year Term – Feb 29, 1892

Alderman McGuigan led opposition to the proposal that the Aldermen with the highest number of votes be appointed for a two-year term; proposal carried nevertheless. Rates raised for the rental of the Market Hall for all users, including the Zion Church and the W.C.T.U. (Women’s Christian Temperance Union). The Board of Health confirmed that the Chinese man confined on Darcy Island did have leprosy. Where permission is granted for property owner to excavate under the sidewalk, the owner must provide proper bearings to support stone sidewalks. $9 rent granted for Mrs. West. (more…)

One Vancouver leper placed on Darcy Island – December 21, 1891

Duncan MacRae to be paid $87.50 for building on Darcy Island. One Vancouver leper established there. Accounts were submitted before year end, particularly from the Board of Works. By-Law was established to fix time and place for election of Mayor, Aldermen, Park and License Commissioners.

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City of Vancouver Archives
Series 23-A Volume 4 pages 613-618

[Vol. 4 page 613]

The Council met on Monday December 21st 1891.
Present: His Worship the Mayor and Aldermen Carroll, Brighouse, Scoullar, Templeton, Wm Brown, McDowell and C.L. Brown.

The minutes of last meetings were read and adopted.

Communications
The following were received and read:
From Fred Allen et al, Feed Merchants, calling attention to the fact that outsiders were infringing on their privileges. Referred to Police Committee.

From John Irving, President of the Vancouver Water Works Co granting permission to the City Engineer to examine their works. Filed.

From Henry Extense et al, asking to be allowed to occupy Abbott St between Hastings and Cordova as a cab stand. Referred to the Police Committee.

From the City Solicitor stating that there could be no objection to granting the application of Oppenheimer Bros for a siding if traffic was not impeded. Referred to Board of Works.

From Godfrey & Co and Abray & Haywood claiming damages from the flooding of their cellars. Referred to Board of Works.

From the City Auditor submitting reports for September, October & November. Referred to Finance Committee.

From Wm Cargill Secy of U.S.S. Co. agreeing to accept the offer made by City for rent of wharf. Filed.

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From R.C. Lawrence asking for the position of weighing master. Referred to Market Committee.

From D.A. Campbell asking that his license be fixed at $50.00 for the remainder of the year. Referred to Police Committee.

From Ernest Buse et al asking that the road to Hastings be repaired. Referred to Board of Works.

From the Provincial Treasurer stating that the amount promised by the Provincial Government as Poll Tax refund would be paid after the meeting of the Legislature. Filed.

From the Market Clerk giving weekly report. Filed.

From the Secy of the School Board asking for the balance of their appropriation. Referred to Finance Committee.

From Robert Moore asking for the extension of the sidewalk on 10th Av. Referred to Board of Works.

From J.A. Coldwell drawing attention to the bad condition of Hastings Street near Carroll. Referred to Board of Works.

From John McLaren reporting on the Electric Lights. Filed.

From J.W. Horne et al offering to lease the plant of the St Ry Co in case of purchase, for 4 1/2 per cent per annum for 10 yrs and keep it in efficient working order. Referred to Special Committee.

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The following reports were received and read:

Water Works.
The Water Works Committee met on Friday December 18th 1891 and resolved to extend the time for receiving tenders on the water pipes to February 1st 1892.
sgd. A.W. Scoullar
Chairman

Moved by Alderman McDowell
Seconded by “ C.L. Brown
That the Report be adopted.
Carried

Finance

The Finance Committee met on Friday December 18th 1891.
Present Aldermen Brown, Carroll, Scoullar and Hobson.
Tenders were received from Several parties for making 20 ballot boxes.
The Matter was left in the hands of the chairman for decision, who decided to give the contract to D.J. McPhalen.

The following account was recommended for payment:
The Telephone Co. Voters’ List $161.70

sgd. Wm Brown
Chairman
Moved by Alderman McDonnell
Seconded by “ Templeton
That the Report be adopted.
Carried

Health

The Health Committee met on Friday December 18th 1891.
Present Aldermen Carroll, Scoullar, and Templeton.
It was recommended:-

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1. That the City Clerk be instructed to notify the Victoria Council that the City has placed one leper on Darcy Island and that they be requested to send supplies sufficient for said leper when they are sending their own, and render an account to the City as per agreement.

2. That Duncan McRae be paid his account for work in connection with the leper colony, the amount being $87.50.

3. That the B.C. Carriage Works tender for making barrels for night soil purposes be accepted at $3.25 each work to be completed within 30 days.
sgd J.T. Carroll
Chairman
Moved by Alderman Wm Brown
Seconded by “ McDowell
That the Report be adopted.
Carried
Board of Works

The Board of Works met on Thursday December 17th 1891.
Present Aldermen Brighouse, Wm Brown, C.L. Brown and Templeton.
It was recommended:-
1. That J.P. Blake be authorized to ex tend cavate under the sidewalk and build a wall at No. 427 Hastings Street East subject to the directions and approval of the City Engineer.
2. That the City Engineer be instructed to have the street in front of A.W.E. Thomson’s Store on Westminster Av fixed with broken stone.
3. That the communication from Oppenheimer Bros. re pulling down a siding on Powell Street etc. be referred to the City Solicitor.

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to give his opinion as to what privileges it would be advisable to grant.
4. That A.D. McDonald’s account for fencing lots be paid if found correct.
5. That the City Engineer be authorized to have a temporary crossing and culvert constructed on the south side of Howe Street, Block 52, to give access to the premises known as the Vancouver Opera House and that a crossing be put down on Thurlow Street east side of Robson.
6. That the following accounts be paid:-
D. McGillivray Repairs $45.12
Oldfield + Cook Extras at Crematory 163.50
Van Elec Ry + Light Co. Fares 15.00
E.C. Britton Bute St. 122.93
W.H. Fraser Hospital 780.98
W.L. Blair 7th Av. 76.00
E.C. Britton Seymour St. 149.34
W.H. Kendall Rock 904.41
Thos Veitch delivering Rock 359.43
J. Ironsides Barclay St. 214.80
W.G. Fraser Pender St. 241.10
McLennan + McFeely Supplies 23.75
E. Myers Lanes 42.91
H.H. Spicer Lumber 5.73
H. Lomas etal Labor 464.20

sgd. S. Brighouse
Moved by Alderman Scoullar
Seconded by “ McDowell
That the Report be adopted.
Carried.

Introduction of By-Laws
Alderman McDowell introduced a By-Law introduced a By-Law to provide funds for the purchase of Stock in the Vancouver St Ry Co and to quarantine their bonds, which was read a first time

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Alderman Wm Brown moved seconded by Alderman Templeton that the rules be suspended and a By-Law introduced to fix the time, appoint Returning Officers etc. for holding an election for Mayor, Aldermen, Park & License Commissioners. Leave granted and the By-Law read a first and second time.
The Council went into Committee of the Whole on the By-Law with Alderman McDowell in the Chair.
The By-Law was read over clause by clause and reported as complete with amendments. The By-Law was then read a third time and finally passed.

Motions

Moved by Alderman Templeton
Seconded by “ Brighouse
That the account of the Laundry for hospital washing be paid if found correct.
Carried.

The Council then adjourned.
D. Oppenheimer
Mayor
Thos F. McGuigan
City Clerk

Lepers to be moved to Darcy Island – November 16, 1891

Vancouver’s share of the cost of the Darcy Island leprosy quarantine will be 2/7, Victoria’s will be 5/7. W.J. Hogg wrote to request that the Sunday Closing By-Law be enforced. D.J. McLean awarded contract for supplying waterproof overcoats for the police force at a cost of $9.00 each. License Inspector authorized to purchase dog tags for next year’s use.

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City of Vancouver Archives
Series 23-A Volume 4 pages 566-573

[Vol 4 page 566]

Vancouver Nov 16th 1891
The Council met on Monday November 16th 1891
Present His Worship the Mayor and Aldermen Carroll, Scoullar, Godfrey, Hobson, Wm Brown, McDowell, C.L. Brown and Doering.

The Minutes of last meetings were read and adopted.
The following communications were received and read:-
From Rand Bros. drawing attention to the condition of the drain in front of the Hotel Metropole.
Referred to the Board of Works.

From J.L. Franklin, Secretary to the City Band asking that the Council arrange re Bank practises in basement of the Market building.
Referred to Market Committee

From Dr. Bredemeyer asking the City to purchase his mineral collection.
Referred to the Finance Committee.

From the Market Clerk furnishing weekly report.
Filed

From Drs. Bell-Irving and Thomas reporting on the Lepers.

Referred to Health Committee

From W.J. Hogg asking that the Sunday Closing By-Law be enforced.
Referred to Police Committee

From Andrew Engle claiming $500 for coming to Vancouver on the strength of a telegram re crematory.
Referred to Crematory Committee

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From the Chief of Police reporting on the electric lights.
Filed

From R.B. Taylor et al asking for a 4 ft sidewalk on 11th Av.
Referred to Board of Works.

From J. Gosse et al asking for a sidewalk on Lorne Street.
Referred to Board of Works.

From A.H.B. McGowan, asking for the grant to the reading room to be paid over.
Referred to Finance Committee

From H. Abbott stating that he was unable to attend the meeting re lepers.
Filed.

From C. D. Rand Secretary to Gas Co withdrawing from sale the Gas Works.
Referred to committee having matter in hand.

The following Reports were received and read.

Finance

The Finance Committee met on Friday November 13th 1891. Present Aldermen Scoullar, Brown and Hobson. It was recommended:-
1. That the City Treasurer be authorized to deposit a cheque for $50 with the Customs House as a guarantee for the payment of the duty on the jaws of the rock crusher.

2. That the following accounts be paid:-
John McDowell Expenses to Victoria $24.00
A.W. Scoullar “ 24.00
sgd Wm Brown, Chairman
Moved by Alderman Godfrey
Seconded by Alderman Doering
That the Report be adopted.
Carried

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The Police Committee met on Tuesday November 10th 1891.
Present Aldermen Hobson (in the Chair) Carroll, Scoullar and C.L. Brown.
It was recommended:-
1. That D. J. McLean be awarded the contract for supplying the police force with water proof over coats as per sample 229A price $9.00 each and that the chief receive one same, as sample 18215 price $12.50.

2. That J. J. Bower be appointed Pound Keeper at a salary of $50.00 and fees.

3. That the following accounts be paid:-
H. Eligh Milk $1.70
Dr. Bell-Irving Medical Attendance 12.50
Hayes & McIntosh Meat 24.40
H. McDowell & Co Oil .25
J. P. Blake Bread 23.90
Daily Telegram Letter Heads 4.00

4. That the License Inspector be authorized to purchase dog tags for next year’s use and that nine buckets be purchased for Jail use.

5. That Smith and Kidd be allowed to use the lanes but not the streets for wood cutting purposes and that the be required to furnish a bond to the amount of $100.00 as a guarantee that they will leave no refuse after they get through.

6. That Tupper Thomson & Co’s application to use the corner of Abbott & Hastings St. as an express stand cannot be entertained as they are not licensed draymen.

7. That Champion and White and their Bondsmen be notified that the penalty set forth

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in their bond will be enforced for failing to carry out the instructions of the Health Inspector as required under the Public Health By-Law and that their license be cancelled as per advice of the City Solicitor.
sgd D.G. Hobson
Acting Chairman

Moved by Alderman McDowell
Seconded by “ Doering
That clause 7 be struck out.
Carried.
Moved by Alderman McDowell
Seconded by “ Hobson
That the balance of the Report be adopted.
Carried.
Water Works Committee

The Water Works Committee met on Tuesday November 10th 1891.
Present Aldermen Scoullar, Wm Brown and Templeton.

A communication was received from B.T. Rogers manager of the B.C. Sugar Refinery stating that his Company was entitled to free water from the 1st of August.

Resolved
That Mr. Rogers be communicated with and informed that as the City in not yet in possession of the Water Works they cannot comply with his Request.

That the City Engineer be empowered to receive and take delivery on behalf of the City at the time money is paid over of the plant and property of the Water Works Co. as contained in the list handed in by the Company to the Arbitrators.

That Mr. Salsbury be requested to examine

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into the accounts of the Water Works Co. since the 1st of August with a view of ascertaining the amount payable to the City.
sgd A.W. Scoullar
Chairman
Moved by Alderman Wm Brown
Seconded by “ C.L. Brown
That the report be adopted.
Carried.
Report
of
Special Committee re Lepers
To the Aldermen
City of Vancouver
Gentlemen
The Special Committee appointed by this Council has the pleasure of meeting the deputation from the Council of the City of Victoria, consisting of Aldermen Holland, Renouf, and Munn (Sanitary Committee) and Alderman Robertson accompanied by Dr. Milne, Health officer and Joshua Davies Esq., President of the Jubilee Hospital Board.
Aldermen Gifford and Kennedy of New Westminster were also present at the meeting.
The Mayor welcomed the deputations and on behalf of this City thanked the Council for Victoria for the prompt and neighbourly manner in which it had acted in this matter.
After full discussing the question it was decided that the most desirable method would be for this City to erect the necessary building and provide the equipment and that the combined Cities should afterwards share the cost of the establishment each paying an equal shore of the cost of maintenance which in the present circumstance would be Victoria

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two five sevenths and Vancouver two sevenths of the Whole amount.

Your Committee would respectfully put forth this proportion to the Council for its favorable consideration and acceptance.
Sgd. D Oppenheimer, Mayor
“ A.W. Scoullar
“ D.G. Hobson
“ J.T. Carroll
Moved by Alderman Wm. Brown.
Seconded by “ Scoullar
That the Report be adopted.
Carried

Motions
Moved by Alderman Wm. Brown
Seconded by “ Scoullar
That the Council endorses the proposals contained in the report of the Special Committee for the disposal of the two lepers now in this City and authorizes the Committee to carry out all the details in connection with their removal and domiciling on Darcy Island.
Carried

Moved by Alderman Scoullar
Seconded by “ Hobson
That the names of the applicants for Police Magistrate be read.
Carried

Moved by Alderman Wm Brown
Seconded by “ Doering
That his Worship the Mayor be requested to call a Special Meeting of the Council on Wednesday at 3 p.m. for the purpose of appointing a Police Magistrate for this City and that in the meantime the City Clerk be instructed to

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receive all applications that may be presented to him for presentation to the Council.

Moved in amendment by Alderman Scoullar
Seconded by Alderman McDowell
That the Council proceed to ballot for the appointment.
Amendment lost, motion carried.

Moved by Alderman Godfrey
Seconded by “ Doering
That the following accounts be paid:-
Wm Tierney Nelson St. grading $919.41
E. Myers Block 62 & 72. 541 Lanes $157.63
E.C. Britton Melville St 266.00
W.D. Hobson Homer St. 462.16
A.D. McDonald Box drains 389.74
W.G. Fraser Prior St 30.80
W.D. Hobson Lanes 24.5l8.66.74.73.83 650.03
M. McIntyre 9th Av. 91.25
W.H. Kendall Rock 890.37
Vancouver Elec Ry & Light Co. Fares 10.00
McLennan & FcFeely Hardware 13.95
D. McGillivray Repairs 39.68
do Cambie St. Bridge 1950.00
Daily Telegram Letter Heads 9.50
John Telford Box drains 220.57
H. Lomas et al Labor 520.00
Van City Foundry Supplies 78.75
W.D. Hobson Granville St. Bridge 920.00

Carried
Moved by Alderman Scoullar
Seconded by Alderman McDowell
That the tenders for Slack Coal be opened.
Carried.

Moved by Alderman Godfrey
Seconded by Alderman Hobson
That the tenders be re

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ferred to the Board of Health to examine into the qualities of the coal, and report to Council.
Carried.
The Council then adjourned.
C.L. Brown
Chairman
Thos. F. McGuigan
City Clerk

Council to meet with Victoria City Council to decide the leper matter – November 13, 1891

A committee was appointed to meet with representatives from Victoria to establish a jointly-funded leprosy quarantine facility.

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City of Vancouver Archives
Series 23-A Volume 4 page 565 only

[Vol. 4, pg. 565]

November 13, 1981
A Special Meeting of the Council was held on Friday November 13th 1891.

Present His Worship the Mayor and Aldermen Carroll, Scoullar, Templeton, Hobson, Wm Brown and C. L. Brown.

The object of the meeting was to discuss the Leper matter.

A deputation from the City Council of Victoria was expected to arrive next day, and it was decided that a joint meeting should be held with a view of coming to an arrangement between the two cities towards bearing the expense of the Keep of the lepers in both Cities.

Moved by Alderman Wm Brown.
Seconded by “ Hobson.
That his Worship the Mayor and Aldermen Carroll, Templeton and Scoullar be appointed to wait upon the Victoria Deputation to confer with them upon the Leper matter.
Carried.

The Council then adjourned.

D. Oppenheimer
Mayor

Thomas F. McGuigan
City Clerk

Leprosy correspondence to be made public – November 9, 1891

All correspondence between the City, the Dominion Government and the C.P.R. regarding the leper cases to be published. City Market hall rented for a Temperance lecture for the sum of $10. City Hall to be re-insured for $5,000 over 3 years at a premium of $400.

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City of Vancouver Archives
Series 23-A Volume 4 pages 558-564

Vancouver, November 9, 1891
Vol. 4, pg. 558

The Council met on Monday, November 9, 1891.
Present: His Worship the Mayor and Aldermen Carrall, Brighouse, Scoullar Hobson, Templeton, Wm. Brown and McDowell.
The minutes of last meeting were read and adopted.
The following communications were received and read:

From H. Abbott, notifying the Council to remove the lepers from the shack where they are now confined.
Referred to Board of Health

From B.T. Rogers, Manager of the Sugar Refinery, asking for a return of all monies paid for water since August 1, 1891.

From Dr. Brydone-Jack and J.A. Shearet, asking for the Market Hall for a Temperance lecture on the 13th inst. for a fee of $10.00.

Moved by Alderman Templeton
Seconded by Alderman McDowell
That the prayer of the petitioners be granted.
Carried

From E.V. Chambers asking for a sidewalk on 7th Avenue from Block 100 to Block 97.
Referred to Board of Works

From Geo. Palloy asking that the sidewalk be widened on Gore Avenue.
Referred to Board of Works

From the Market Clerk furnishing weekly report.
Filed

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From the Chief of Police reporting on the electric lights.
Filed

From L. McLean et al asking for the opening of 8th Avenue one block west of Centre Street.
Referred to Board of Works

From J.A. Fulton, Secretary of the Trades and Labour Council, asking the Council the push the settlement of the leper question.
Referred to Health Committee

From Smith and Kidd asking for permission to cut wood on the streets and lanes.
Referred to Police Committee

From J. Duff Stuart asking for the Market Hall for a free lecture on Saturday evening.

Moved by Alderman Brown
Seconded by Alderman Templeton
That the Hall be granted for the sum of $10.00.
Carried

From the St. Andrews Society asking the Market Hall for the 30th inst.
Referred to Market Committee

The following reports were received and read:

FINANCE

The Finance Committee met on Friday November 6th, 1891.
Present: Aldermen Brown, Hobson, Carrall, and Scoullar

A communication was received from Dr. Bredemeyer offering his mineral collection to the City for a stated sum. The City Solicitor advised that the City had not the power under the Charter to expend money for such purpose.

Vol. 4, pg. 560

It was recommended:
1) That the following accounts be paid:
Telephone Co. $ 22.80
C.P. Telegraph Co. 8.35
A. St. G. Hamersley, Law Costs 75.00

2) That the City Hall be reinsured in the Companies represented by Mr. H.S. Ceperley for 3 years for $5000.00 at a premium of 4 per cent.
Signed W. Brown, Chairman

Moved by Alderman McDowell
Seconded by Alderman Hobson
That the report of the Finance Committee be adopted.
Carried

HEALTH
The Health Committee met on Wednesday, November 4th, 1891.
Present: His Worship the Mayor and Aldermen Carrall, Templeton, McDowell and Scoullar.
It was recommended:

1) That the present scavengers be instructed by the Health Inspector to hand all the garbage etc. to the Crematory.

2) That the appointment of Messrs. Champion and White as Caretaker of the Crematory be confirmed in accordance with their tender for same; their duties to commence November 6th and that one of them perform day duty and the other night duty until further orders.

3) That the scavengers while at the Crematory be under the direct control of the man on duty in charge of same; they to deposit their loads where and in what manner he …

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… shall direct.

4) That this Committee report being fully satisfied with the test of the crematory made in accordance with the resolution of Council and that the crematory be accepted from the builder upon the Certificate of the Sanitary Engineer of this City being filed in accordance with the terms of an agreement entered into between the Corporation and the Crematory Co.

5) That a Committee existing of Aldermen McDowell and Templeton, the City Solicitor and the Health Inspector be appointed with the view of conferring with the present licensed scavengers to see what arrangements can be made with them as to purchasing their plant and taking over from them their scavengering business.

6) That the City Clerk be instructed to call for tenders for delivering at the crematory one scow load of black coal at so much per ton, said coal to be delivered at the crematory within one week from the acceptance of tender.

7) That the Health Inspector instruct the crematory caretakers and Licensed Scavengers in accordance with the resolutions passed at this meeting.

8) That the following accounts be paid:
A. Lanvill et al Guarding Lepers $ 67.50
Mrs. Connolly, Washing 11.95

The Health Committee met on Monday, November 9, 1891.
Present: Aldermen Carrall, McDowell, Scoullar and Templeton.
It was recommended:
1) That Alderman McDowell be authorized to purchase a suit of clothes for John…

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… Morney at the City Hospital, price not to exceed $20.00.

2) That the following accounts be paid:
Hudson’s Bay Co, Supplies $ 18.75
Alex McDonald, Labor 1.15
Palmer Bros., Supplies 1.05
F.W. Hart, Burial 15.00
J.R. Morrow, Supplies 143.86
R. C. Winch, Supplies 17.03
Mrs. Eaton, Nursing 47.50
H.H. Layfield, Supplies 5.50

3) That tenders be invited for the heating and ventilating of the new wing of the City Hospital; tenderers to submit plans and details with tender.
J.T. Carrall, Chairman

Moved by Alderman McDowell
Seconded by Alderman Hobson
That the report of the Health Committee be adopted.
Carried

Board of Works
The Board of Works met on Thursday, November 5th, 1891.
Present: Aldermen Brighouse, Wm. Brown, Ch. Brown, Templeton and Godfrey.
It was recommended:

1) That the lane in Block 30, 185 be graded by the chain gang as soon as possible.

2) That the City Engineer be empowered to have Seymour Street on the east side from Nelson to Smithe sidewalked without calling for tenders.

3) That the City Engineer be empowered….

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… to act upon the petition of Joseph Coupland et al for the gravelling and sidewalking of Seymour Street from Robson to Pacific.

4) That the following accounts be paid:
J.M.O. Toole, speaking tube $ 6.50
D.H. Morgan, 7th Avenue 98.97
Davis & Taylor, Sign 2.75
M. McIntyre, Lane Block 105 154.60
W.S. Cook, Keefer Street 99.60
W.G. Fraser, Campbell Avenue 40.40
J. Hartney, 11th Avenue 219.98
T. Veitch, delivering rock 218.09
H.H. Spicer, lumber 45.90
D.H. Morgan, 14th Avenue 351.17
G.. Mesher, sidewalk 81.50
H. Lomos et al, labor 519.75
The following petitions and communications were received and referred to the City Engineer:
1. From D.C. Coverley et al petitioning for an 8 ft. sidewalk on 7th Avenue to the School House.
2. From H. Abbott drawing attention to the condition of Drake Street.
3. From Joseph Huntley re quarters for crematory caretaker.
Signed: Wm. Templeton, Acting Chairman

Moved by Alderman McDowell
Seconded by Alderman Hobson
That the Report of the Board of Works be adopted.
Carried
Motions
Moved by Alderman Templeton
Seconded by Alderman Scoullar
That all the correspondence which has passed between the City Council of Vancouver, the Dominion Government …

Vol. 4, pg. 564

… and the CPR regarding the Leper Case be published, also an account of the action brought before a Judge of the Supreme Court asking for an order to compel the CPR to remove the lepers out of the City and the ruling of the Judge in the matter.
That it be inserted as an advertisement in the paper having the City advertising contract for at least two issues.
Carried

Notice of Motion
Alderman Carrall gave notice that he would at the next regular meeting of Council move that the water works system be extended to the following parts of the City: Mount Pleasant, Brighouse Estate and the eastern portions of the City not already supplied.

The Council then adjourned.
D. Oppenheimer, Mayor
Thos. F. McGuigan
City Clerk