The total tax levy for Ann Arbor city is $45,820, of which $6,620 s for bonds and interest as follows : The sum of $3,200 is for interest on sewer bondSj and $3,420 for principal of $2,000 and $1,-120 for interest on aid given the University. There should be added to the above the amouut of liquor tax, some $8,000 to get the total income. The total tax levy for onr neighboring city of Ypsilanti is $31,800, of which $12,500 is for a sinking fund, in other worde to pay bonds and interest on bonds. Their street and bridge fund calis for $4,300, while Ann Arbor's sti'eet and bridge fund aniounts to $20,000. Quite a difïerence between the twins in that respect, and yet Ypsilanti's streets are in as good condition as those of Ann Arbor. One ot two important M'118 - important to tax-payeTs, at least, have beco-me laws, aniO'ng them bekig au act provkling for the publicatioa oí the pro-ceediings of annual school meefflaigs. and au annual Jioaincdial statement in graded BclioO'l ■;-:s. Also for tlu' prïatlng or wriit.niig of fiümncial sbatenients oí tuwiisliip for distributioii at the annual towu meeting.