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Its Closing Session

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The board of supervisors adjoainec Friday afternoou after a five days' session, most of wbiob time was spent in settling with tbe county offlcers anc other hke miscellaneous bnsiDesss. During the eessiou of Tbnrsday, Mr. Albur iutrodnced the following resolution : "Resolved tbat the connty clerk be authurized to purohase all snpplies required in the different connty offices aLd to produce the same as much as possible fioia dealers o this oonnty." The motion was carried and the clerk will endeavor to see tbat thb provisious of the resulution are implioitly carried out. The motion of Mr. Kitsou, to allow the city of Ann Arbor $500 on account of the sewer assessment, was defeated although it was vigorously defended by that gentlemen. After considerable discnssion, however, the claim was allowed at $250. The bonds of the sevefal county officers were aocepted. The bill of S. C. Randall for services in the Suekey matter was reconsidered and allowed at 200. The bill of Wm. Dansingburg for work in connection with the sparrow bonnties, $50, which had been before allowed, was reconsidered and disallowed. The coinmittee room over the supervisors' room was ordered to be fixed np for a jury room. It was resolved that hereafter no bilis nf justioes of the peace ba allowed uuless the statute in regard to the issuiug of warrauts has been rigidly followed. The judge of probate was on motion allowed 400 for extja cJerk hire. On motion of Mr. Hnnter, a vote of thanks was extended to Mr. Wbittakér for the able aud impartiul manner in which he had presided over the meetings of the board.


Ann Arbor Argus
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