[OFFÍC I COÜN( II, Cu IMBER. ' Ann Abbor, Feb. 18, 1898. i Ádjourned session. President (ooley beinu; absent, the : council was caUed to order by the CÍerk. Roll called. Quorum present. Absent- A!d. Herz, íillmofe, Ferguson, Tres. Coolev. - 4. On motioft of Aid. O'Mara, A 10. i Taylor was èlected president pro tem. On motion of Aid. Kit son the foilowing order of busii'ess was taken up: ltEPOKTS OF STANDIMi COMMITTEES. ORDINAXCBS. The ordinance committee to wliom was referred tbe following ordinances: "An Ordiance Relative to Sidewalks," "An Ordinance o arnend Sections seven, nine and eleven of An Ordinance Kelative to Disorderly Persons and Disorderly Conduct,'' passed Marcli 27, 1S90, "An Ordinance to amend Sections nine, thirteen, fifteen, thirty, and thjrty-four of An Ordinance Relative to the nse of Streets, Alleys, and Public Places." passed Feb. 3d, 1S90, "Au Ordinace Relative to Disorderly Houses." and "An Ordinance Supplementary to An Ordinance Relative to Disorderly Persons and Disorderly Conduct," passed Marcli 27, 1S90, recommended their passage. First reading by title of an ordinance entitled an ordinanee to amend SectioHS nine, thhteen, rifteen, thirty, and thirty-four of '"An Ordinance Relative to the use of Streets, Alleys, and Public Places," passed Feb. 3d, 1890. First reading by title of an ordinance to amend Sections seven, nine, and eleven of "An Ordinance Relative to Disorderly Persons and Disorderly Conduct," passed Maren 27, 1890. First reading by title of "An Ordinance Relative to Sidewalks." First reading by title of "An Ordinance Relative to Disorderly Ilouses.'' First reading by title of an ordinance suplementary to "An Ordinance Relative to Disorderly Persons and Disorderly Conduct," passed March 27, 1890. Chairrnan Wines, of special committee on Charter Amendments, offered and read "A bilí to amend Sections one, sixty-nine, one hundred and eighty-one, and oue hundred and eighty-four, of the Charter of the city of Ann Arbor." Aid. Prettyman moved to take fecess of flve minutes. Adopted, At the expiration of five minutes the Couneil again reassembled. Aid. Kitson moved that the report of the Committee on Charter Amendments be and the same is hereby approved and conflrmed. Aid. Wines moved to amend Section 69 by striking out the word " sixtyflve" and insertiug in place thereof the words "one hundred." Lost as follows: Teas - Aid. Wines, Schairer, Kitson. -3. Nays - Aid. Martin, Snow, O'Mara, Rehberg, Taylor, Prettyman.- 6. Aid. Prettyman moved as amendment to Section 69 that the salary of the Marshal be flxed, not exceeding $1,000 per annum. Adopted as follows: Yeas - Aid. Wines, Schairer, Snow, O'Mara, Rehberg, Taylor, Kitson, and Prettyman. - 8. Nays - Aid. Martin. - 1. The original motion as amended now being put prevailed as follows: Yeas- Aid. Wines, Schairer, O'Mara, Rehberg, Taylor, Kitson, Prettyman. -7. Nays- Aid. Martin, Snow.- 2. By Aid. Wines: Besolved. That the draft of the bil! to amend Sections 1,69, 181, and 184 of the Charter of the city of Ann Arbor be and the same is duly approved, That the City Attorney be directed to transmit such bill to Representative Kline, with a request that he use his best endeavors to procure its passage in the legislature of this state. Adopted as follows: Yeas - Aid. Wines, Schairer, Snow, O'Mara, Rehberg, Taylor, Kitson, Prettyman.- 8. Nays- Aid. Martin.- 1. KliPORTS OF CITY OFFICEIW. The City Clerk reported a summons served on him in the case of Mis. Mary Kenny vs. City of Ann Arbor. On motion, the City Attorney 'was ordered to defend said snit. By Aid. Kitson: Resolved, That the Fire Committee are hereby requested to report to this Couneil at its next regular meetingupon communication of Board of Fire Commissioners, referred to them Xov. 16, 1892. Adopted. By Aid. Snow: Resolved, That the sum of $85 be allowed Mis. George Palmer for property destroyed by order of Board of Health. Aid. Wines moved that said resolution and the whole matter be referred to City Attorney and the Board of Health. Adopted. On motion the Couneil adjourned. City Cieik.