The morning Astorian. (Astoria, Or.) 1899-1930, November 13, 1906, Page 7, Image 7

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    UI8DAY, NOVEMBER 13, 1009.
THE MORNING ASTORIAN, ASTORIA, OREGON.
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CITY ADVERTISEMENTS.
CITY ADVERTISEMENTS.
CITY ADVERTISEMENTS.
CITY ADVERTISEMENTS.
CITY ADVERTISEMENTS,
CITY ADVERTISEMENTS.
iOTICE Of PROPOSED AMEND-
MfclNT IO CITY CHHTEH.
(Notice l hereby given, that an In
ilntlve Petition, slgnm! Iiv over two
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fll.l'I'VI "'IIUKIP t( Win I MT .M AXII.I
III, till" Imii'H filed with (lie tllKll'f'KlUlf
. A. ..111.... .....I t...ll..u .1...
ri, lMiil'r Hint I tlil'lH" l'l IIHI
IIV II f A Mill III ilmlltlllillliir Hint llin
i,,iii'iMiirtt'r iin-iitiiiiii'ii pri.p.med
Im.mm utifivlillMw titv I'liiitriirtlri In
ilnlilaitiirim hint i rnhllililriir nnv nfflpiir
from bniiiK iiitoi.-xt-ii lii an contrm t i
net ii i" iiio iinrinr or me in y , tiin-w wliat slum cunsillule I tie mime,
,r AKioiia snmi no minium. '.i m um nun in make tfm expense of abating
Kill siertois of (ha City of Astoria fur ; nuisance ii Hen upon the property
linlr approval or rele.tlon. m the i where such nuisance exists; to (III up
rnnriil election (ii lip held on tliu J2th ; or drain hiiv lots or hln'k where
luv of liPCKMibnr. A U IDOU, iiiul sinKuanl water stands, urul to make
he tenor iiiul effect thercuf being an, llm cost thereof it 1 1 n upon (h prop
'allows: Ttv. Mil In such I'nce (he mime miiKt
An amendment to Section 3 of the be report.-.) to the council nnd the tie
'bailer of lh City of Astoria, being (easily (hereof declared hy ordinance
ni'llon UN of nn Act of tli Inglsltt-i nnd thereupon tha work must be let to
live assembly of (he Htiite of Oregon, , the oweH( responsible bidder, nnrt (he
npiirowil February l&, IHUll and en-; cost thereof he collected In like mnn
( Ill-ill "All Ait to llicnrtiniitte the City 'tier nn street Improvement!
of Asluila In Clatsop Countv Mtate of 13. Tu prohibit (he erection or re-nri-Kon
iiiul to repeal nn art entitled ' pair of wooden t.u lid I iiim within (he
"An A ( lo Incorporate (he City of I lire limit", mnl to rcstrlc( Hint limit
Astoria In 'liit"i County, Hint ofjthe heighl of all bulj. lings: (o pro
Oregon" wiiit lo repeal nn sei entitled ! vide fur and 1-trmlii tin- nuinher
"An m l (ii Incorporate (he City of iiiul elxn of elKriniccK ami i-xIIm from
Aetorlu In Cluteop Cmiiily, (mtkiih" nil pulillc hull cliun lw nntl ell
lApprovni Dclohi-r 20. I S 70. "h'llml lliiothir public hulMliiK newl for iiubllc
the oflb e of the H'l-rntury of Htnte ; hi'IutIukn, mill ttm mini for hiinK
ivlirimiv 1, IHI. Ji'tliiliiK (be pow-1 In- Uonre thcrnit,
ere of (he (,'ounill Hint provhllnir for 14. To provhln for the ir-vn(lon
lcenlnif. IhiIiik, rtiKultiuiitf rimtrnln- end 'xtlhKullinn nt of Die", mnl for
in, fetrlctliiB iiiiJ prnhlbltlliK bar-j (he nrmo'tvntlon of property emlnn
roome enil ilruiklnK elmpe nml plnre ; vero'l thi-t i-bv. mnl fur the appoint
wheie li'iiinm are I1; prohlbltlnic , imiK of oIIKith r''Uh vl for euch pur
tiiiiibllnic ntnl piovlillnic for nvyln Poh
jMlfl..lli,tf lit- Krxilh.tf :t .hh-
tlilSK, J
Wi IT KN'ACTKD UY TIUC KI.KCT-
oub w Tin: cut ov ahtokia:
Thai end lun H of (he Charter of !
(he City "f Aa(.rla beinir ( bm SH I
l.i( ...W H.nilllilH VI I I.II"
c-liUcK for tr-nt rnllwnye for n lon
er perloil (bun thirty yenre nnj ri-nu-!
IiiIIhk the niiiMiir of iuln friin-'th
rhlana
of eiibl AH nforpiil he ami llm """' " ' V. . .1 n
rT ,. herebV amer,!.,. eo u, io r, "irpr Vr"--
Hw ii.Iii Th Council hue) .ow-r ! bunh thn throwliiK of lmllit(, eaw
a,,! auihoil.V Z '!' 'A-' ;'" "r """', ,h,rc"
a HI.. . ...u..uU o...u ... .l lMWAaefVLl
a w no
... 'cVy S h !
fie by luxv ror eime aim i,..u...y To Iirl)Vl,,0 for , ,,,,!,,!,..
i ..n..... . ...,.i ti,ii"""( r market hotiHee ami pla-ee.
'.,..! ...n i. u . 11- L riituin un-
, r'v'or IIib flrt !lihHvlilon of j
. J.....I ... r.., ,.,.,iii.. ol.li-.i
1,1.. the author.. r of V munhfpa.
'(.oral ton. In. linlinK ine pavin-in i
any exll..,KU.bi, or for munct-
iiM.i..v. io. ni. t.ui ine or imiii, -
.Unit H.-r.Tor must "feriry ,
inerwor una tn ra"",H 1
Vi, ri.e. (,, ami rettulate auc !
era. VP"'"'! runnem. ":.""!,,
ir.lliix hotle ' k ll1'
Mib.okeie. yo lei .. "r'n'-
I r.iui. nti.l nurat e Kc n h Ii o
iiiiber. bnkere, i.ealere in K n-
t nierchmulie.., H'.ihliiK, '"M'" ",t, I
Kr.ic-r H Uy. .K"1". J
rk.-t.. Iiur.tware 1 etove. rhlmne- oven or holler, or
Kli,"VV'."?;V.1 t ZInAtcelir anparatue whl. h may be .lan
o..rv. awvera. iloctore. furnitura . " ,,, nnA ,..
urea, ilelitlala. book ami tn(i)liery
.rr. co"imla.;n mere mnt n ll.jr , or (,ll4,uV,mn,.(?
-bil'Hhn.eiit jeweli v orea ".nierly naaemblage. or any un
k.1 all orfeiialve lra - n "1 ut - . p . imiwv.nt nictlce In ntu
1,'na anil to eletlne what ahall conall-
J. the eame.
I TO l.eenae. tax aim remim..?
l.,u. i-nha hnckneya, PiirrtiiKep,
cnba h -kneya r. ' Bni, ,' rv,e for the punl.h
earta .Iray or "''I,,,?: men( thereof.' ami to retrtilnle. pro--.1
f..r (be tranportatl.m or . . punHh ,,, wing ot gUnB,
iiK.iiia,
i. . . ....
lieaenKT or nny nnieie oi i"";
.... i.,.n...i r I. ill i llnir material
fn.l iitber eubetancea. ami ta tlx the
lit.-a lliereor wn.'Uier i" ruin.'
Eieil for hue or lint.
f. To l .e iili, inx, reaiinu"-. .
. .. o.i t.n. hit it nar-
.tome nmt .Irliiklmt -hyp nnA
i,..... vii.-ra I in um a are mini: ami
j ntohtlilt irnmbllUB ami euppreea
f illllti UK linue'. "ii" "
..i.iin.r U rii rr e.l On ami
our..! ....l ." -V I., I
manner III which eiim , ce
drlnkluK alio,, la cnnH tictl or car. e.l
... ..- ...nil.. .11.. a,, nir ouor to ml- .
on, o, diiiiii. .V. . iur
In or about such bar-rooms or drln k- .
,..- nT l. flVVIIllT IIIIII'OW ,
In .' about such bar-rooms
Ins shop, or for bavins: comml itert " ,
P- nnv. sum ncen"o eon . -
, i... .... o.A.,.nr ah tia license
for 'bar-room or drlnklnir shop shall j
be Issued or be irrniiie.i i" '
peia.m or persons, ann ' 'V I i.'. V
i'l'ltTIIKIt, thnt the Cltv of Astor a.
Vav upon belt.ir 'i,l,,,''z",B,'. 'If
.... ... i, ....... tua AlertorS Ol1
i.n ii maioruv voir u , ,.,.,
the cltv. own, operate nml conduct ,
." ' . ... ...I.. n nu. anil-tU-
!Z"y'Z IhiumV-nnd " pfob.b.t
nil iHMj-mttN oliii'r nmn uio
' .. ." Z , . ,tfB.nf b. or conducting
onri.7 wool V , I ... tun -I..I ' llo IMllIH'tin 11.01. i i.i,ii4,ifs
as.. to supress nlcke -l"-tl -b i , wltn , ,nn t,y mit or any portion
machines. No license shall be ssued ; tm.re(;f
or irriinted bv the Common iwun- o prohibit nil persons from beit
.11 at the meetliiK when tho i;l,'",," k.hk or sollclllnir alms, or exhibiting
Mon therefor la received. bu( all .""'"innv cripple or deformed person on
applications shall lay over at !.,nv street or In anv public place.
ami, luminous Cltv Is or mav become entitled, or
V To cense and tax wlmrflnrrers; , m.,,' .y be asseHse.1 levle. or nu
lo ilee is.' ax and regulate Junk 't'"l- tlioi lKe.l to be collected for cltv pur
ers ami dealers In second hand njer- ,vllhn en Id cltv.
hand si-' lo license, lax and regular s2i To borrow money on Ine faith
heiiiers m nu'r- of the cltv, or loan the credit thereof.
Ilie.liera nioi . . nmilSH-l.. .....i. ntiw.lv miiote nnl lilimos-
ileX'stl'a , iioa, Vunn.s." billiard la-1
es and other tables where balls and
lies' are used, shoot Inir galleries at !
Lies mid other tallies wnere ... .. .
fio,vlliiir iilh va llin " suproKS o.'wo.y
ousis l i nlnir n ni g'lmbllng houses I
'k i r smoking, nnd i
o ounlH i Int mtes of bawdy houses i
in piiniHii ,,,. . define i
or K or.i-nndrrne
w int a im cona. ..." - i,,,,,f for
pnnl keepers of places
smoking opium, and n dum
7. To make rcgulatlo ns to 'J-ev. nt
(he Inlrodiictlon' nf n'' '""
enaes In the city; to remove n , per
sons nllllcteil with such diseases tn. re
fron' o suiuibl,. hospitals provide, bv
fi, iiv for that purpose; (o senile
& ' "anil ,rpTv..rforP,Yne v '
""iWWrt wAVM trespass y,ly'o!.; J,r liny member of the
unnn rea or personal property. I Commnn Counc II, nor any o llcer of
' o To nrovl. o the cltv with good ,,,,,, cltv of Astoria shall either dl
..nd' wholesome wn ter, nnd. for tbn .,t,tlv or Indirectly enter Into a con
and wnoicsomo . f ,,, y . . . nor f,lrnlsh sup.
terecrioii '': ".-.-. within ori'ii'. e movlslons to the Cltv. If the
I m .. . limits of the cltv as may ;,,' 0'r nv member of the Com
tlln ceasarv "or 'nUnlent therefor: ! Vmell or nny olllcer of the city
nod to grant to nnv private person or , vlonl(, the provisions of the City
f orpo?a.lon n. franchise for the err- ".hnrter his offloe will bo deemed va
i oi po.o.oo. . . wftinrworks ..t
lion Or Clllini I. o ' .i
shall be used and exereisen V""' 1 I nbove nnd below ordlnnrv low water
I rules nnd regulations and re- ; nov nn Co11mbln r,vor. and to
BVlctlons ns the comm. n utu.ll ntriM fne building and construc
ehall from time q time P ocr'be. I f Bnd rpguinting, whnrves and
provi f.W.h
'"AecTr' e WCllfeA;,
ith 'ejection nnd construction of such
? work-l ns may be "Hf ""SrLfSaw1
J nient therefor and KVrnneri?se or I
' "lu., e cnrnoratlon a. francnise or
10. TO nvio i '. v with
1 permission for the eiertr ! 0
Ltrii.tlon of gas-works and. e'cVi, 1
1 11 works within the Mmlt" of he ,
I , with nil the fights a".ftPr
A ? thnrnto. nc udinpr th power
' of us ng hte' streets and public
...v. for the purpose of aying aown,
wavV'for the purpose o laying own ,
a 9 H.-ifr m it nt rjiiio - . - , i
nlpes, erecting P""" " .
'fchSranohta. .hall be used and,
exercised under such rules, regula
tion iiiul restrictions a tho common
council kiihii rrnm time tu tlmo pro
scribe li, To provide fur (ha restraint,
supt.ni'l, ihiiiIkIiiik'HI und 1 1 1 1 I v 1 1 1 ' ) t
of vti-'iuiiit iiiul piiutH'tN, iiiul to de
clare, hy ordluiilirti what Mint II coil-
Ktllllln VII f I M 11 1 ,
12. Tu movent null remove nui
sances, ii ml (i declare liy general
! 1ft Ti
, ih iihuIIhi, nf Dm i lili'f of nolle ntnl
ixilli i-nii-n, the kepp'-r of ih rKy!
i ,.."' ., i.tv ... ..,.."..
I I. To nrovbh for the prevention
mi'l removal of nil ohm met lone from
etrpcte, ci-obm mcl elilewnlkw; for
llin I'lfiillllilf mill ll'lilllrlllir of the
l.l un.. ,.i.l Him tii.tlMM lit rtOI'r.lfl ll lit
the chmtilnir unit ri'tmlrliiK of the
rvmiip, mil TO piiltli ii'i:iiFmrT- mni-
nam imii kin if the fullurn t comply
for the iiunlehtneni f the Haute,
. Irvi.ic rm in., pn-ve in o
lii 1(1 irfcllio'll 1, 1 M iiiuvmmh
'" "'" river front nn-1
-J to wharf
' of mnrkrt hoiiM,-e nml tnnrKel
i""""i',-nn'iit of market houee. ami
"liiUKhli-r houe-e.
, , ;'!, 't.r ,
,-' , , , ,. ,,, ,.l.rI,.,
" .,"
,,, ...,.. n,i
- ,.
ifiyverliii" "H c'tnbiiH(iblc mute.
' an. to piev. m by al I pumi t o
., ,i,,..i, i, n.- from . iiri- i.Hn-
loci. n.'Kllif-nce or otherwlm-: tores-
itiiii; the mw,,- ot tar. nlt.-h. raln.
, , , (lf (.!I1,,1(.S ,,,
.,,,, iiii- i.. .ir,r.. hi.hhm
.ble nml other nluoea; to "euppreaa
...move nn-l wcure any nr-p.ire.
,',', nU,H.,r ..n.1 minrrel.
OI .1 11.1 .1 il.'l l.v nnnviiiii'iii ... ....j
I... l...l.ol ..riti.llrtn In llnv
II. m ill. . iinin. iii ... .-..
elreet, hmiHc or place In (he city.
2.1. To prohibit the cnrryimt of
.1..n.ll. ..... In ft .fllinnlel llAn-
lilatola, firearms, firei-rnckers, bombs
anil detoiiatliiK works of nil descrip
tions 24. To prevent, restrain, punish and
disperse uJiy riot or riotous nssem
bliiKe, or persons laklmr pnr( therein.
2fi. To control, resulale ami license
waahhouaes and nubile laundries, and
tn provide for their exclusion from
the cltv limits or any part thereof.
n.1 'Crt nrm-Aiit ii nv nnil all itornes-
tb" animals from r'uuniiur at larire
n' na.iii.MMi. tin.i reL'tihiie me
II 111 FH" n.
fees and compensation "f till officers
iT" 1 . ... i. .... ... i. .... ... la,.
i V f'C.-Ill V lit I L IO H HC
rov,P,i.
provided.
T(,
I'o nrovl.ie ror mo puuisnim-m
lolntlon of anv oi dln.inc of
or a vioumon oi ov .............
., ..... ... i.ttni'lHuiitm-nt tml
fg tsnnnn or one hundred days
the cltv fall, or noui. or oy i".-'-..-
lire or penalty nm -xc. uiiik .!"
, for mtrMna m,y prisoner or pr s-
(,n "'e H,r, ,;t or, pl',1,llc ,wrk,i
. ... M. to lir.1. nml rluiln
nnu io union ... -
., nm. n,tI.ents as may be
. .... ... .,,... foe ilie r snfiikeen-
itiuiPMiirv for Iho r Hafo kopn-
Inir duilnir the term thereof
i.i for I he in ir ni and
. ',' of i ,,.one- (o which (he
- aismme of nego
,,r olhpr ,nlcl.ml bonds, wltl
llt(M.0(lt coupons attached.
tlnbln r oiner mm n .-o..... .."
II. I OHI'Ol.r, .... ..x
To appropriate money to pnv
,,3 T0 npiopi i.ue iiiun.-v u i.'oy
,, a,,ll It and expondltures
of t)ie cilyi or ny prt or I em thero-
(lf ,,., nny fund app lcn .le (hereto;
.,,,i.iiM,'ii ihi.i on I. llin shall Be Con
or, iron. ... .y in. ni "; ; ;, , i ,,'
PUOVIDi:!), that no bills shall 6e con
. ..... i,.. i....9iin nr ottleer of the
cltv, without first sending to the Com
moii Council u written requlslt on
thereof, stntlng the Items needed
with the cost thereof nnd. If tne
Council deem the .supplies necessary,
thev shall authorize the proper com
mittee to purchase the same: I'ltO
V11M0I1, thnt In case of nn emergency
the committee on Fire nml Water, nnd
!l'""
or Tn in V Olll unu coiiniri.cv en cute
anWat thentf 'sireets term.
VltX and regulab
whnrves Knd docks, and to fl:
rate of whnrfnm and dockng.
thereof, and to provide for the col
.
IanainKi at tne rone m H-roolB le...-
nte
fix
and dockage
for the col-
37. To grant franchises to anv per-
son or corporation; to regulatei or
son or Pm,t jalneiwe
0f telegraph, electric light, telephone
n,PB nr w l es used within
petion or tne simm.
37. To grant franchises to nnv per-
-jir lp a
y
nd over streeta, alleys
rna nnv 11111111 turn un . . , - ,
- parks and pubUc grounds
of tne city, mm i ., u.a "" "'"i" " i'
lands owned by the Cty or under Its
control, whether they be within the
limits or tne city or wunout.
uu .. .....'..iiiiuM inbn. ntwl hoM real
estate when sold for taxes or for any
Improvement ordered by the Common
Council, and tu sell and dispose of the
same, ...
To provide for the punishment
of assault or assault nnu nuiiery
when committed within the city lim
its, 40. To locate and construct any
ditch, cmiul or pipe for the conduct
of water, and any drain, sewer or
culvurt It tnnv deem necessary or con
venient, and for such purpose It shall
have tho right to enter upon any land
between the termini of such ditch,
ennui, pipe, drain, sewer or culvert,
llm i.iirnoHi. of examining, loctttlni' ann
surveying the line of such ditch
ciinnl, , pipe, drain, sewer or culvert, for
doing no unnecessary dumiiKe there
by, and to appropriate so much of
,!, Iii oil ii J inn v l.a Hf.rCMBnrv for the
construction or the Mime, in use man
ner us Is provided In Chanter VII, Mis
cellaneous Luws of Oregon, for the ap-
iropihitlon of lands or rignt or wav
iv corooratlons named therein and to
a,ipr.j.ilul.j and divert from Its natu
rnl eoursn or chnnnel. for the purpose
of draining or Hustling any aower,
drain or culvert, any spring or stream
of water.
41. To appropriate, ror tne main-
li.iiiii.ee of ii nubile llbrar In said
ciiv H.ich sums of money as the coun
cil may deem proper, not exceeding
r 5.0.1 In uny one month and to exer
cise such power und authority as may
ne given to tne common council uy
42. To make regulations for the
prevention of accident by fire; to or
gaulB. establish and maintain a fire
department, either paid or volunteer;
to appoint three competent person!
us fire commissioners, and to make
and orduln ruh.n for tho government
or the lire department to provide en
Klnes and other apparatus for the fire
department. , ,
43. To purchase or condemn and
enter upon nd take lauds within or
without the cltv limits for public
squares, streets, parks, commons,
cemeteries, hospital grounds, work
(muses or houses of correction, or any
other proper or legitimate municipal
purposes, and lo eiiclore (he same.
Improve nnd ornament and erect suit
able buildings (hereon. Tho city hall
have entire control of nil such bulld
lni(S, nml H Ian. Is purchased or con
demned under (he provisions, of this
section, nnd Ml streets, highways,
squares and other public grounds
within the limits established or ap
propriated to public use by authority
of law, or which have been or may
hereafter bo dedicated to public use
by anv person or persons; and has
power. In case such lands are deemed
liiNtiftl. lent wr unsuitable for the pur
poi,e intended, to iilapuse of, and ton
vev the same; and conveyances of
such property, executed in such man
ner as may be prescribed by ordi
nance, shall vest In the purchuscr all
right, title and Interest of the city
therein. ,
M. To prJvile for and regula'.' th'J
naming of all streets of the city and
changing the present names, and to
provide for the numbering of houses,
stores and other buildings In the city
lliolla
45. To regulate and nrohlbU the
building of awnings, signs, sign-posts,
and to regulate and prohibit the ex
hibition und hanging of banners and
placards in or across the streets of
tho city.
46. To authorize, or to prohibit the
location of any road, railroad or street
rnllwuy. alley or public place In the
City to provide for the alteration,
change of grade or removal of
nnv such road, rallroud or railway to
regulate the moving and operating or
trains, curs or locomotives within the
corporate limits of the city, to fix the
rates Of lures to oe cnargea mereon
and to prescribe the term and condi
tions upon which any such railroad
or street-rnllwny1 sluJI be located,
constructed and oitfi-ated. 1'ItOVl
IK1). that no franchise shall be grant
ed to anv road, railroad or street
rnll-wav without the ordinance ma
king said grant shall contain a pro
vision thnt the person, firm, company
or corporation to whom said franchise
Is grunted, his, their, or Its heirs, ex
ecutors, administrators, successors or
assigns, shall Improve and keep in
repair and shnll pay for the Improve
ment and keeping In repair, according
to the Charter and Ordinances of the
Cltv, the street or grounds over which
said tract or tracks are laid, between
the rails of said trucks and for a dis
tance of one foot outside of said rails,
and where two or more tracks are
situated! cjose together either for
switches, or otherwise, such Improve
ments and repairs shall be made by
the person, company or cor
poration operating said road, ruil
wav or street-railway; and nil such
Improvements nnd repairs shall con
form to the requirements of the Char
ter mid Ordinances or the City.
l'UOVinrci) KUUTIIKR. that no fran
chise shall be granted to nnv person.
Ilrm or corporation unless the same
contains a provision for a revenue to
the cltv from the person, company or
corporation holding such franchises,
mid no such franchise shnll be granted
for a longer period than thirty years.
Any franchise granted in violation of
the provisions of this subdivision, or
which shall not contain the provisions
herein provided for, shall be null and
void. AND I'UOVIDKD FURTHER,
that (he Cltv of Astoria may reserve
the right to acquire or puivlinse any
street railway line, and nnv power
plant connected therewith, for which
a frunrhlso may be granted, nt nny
time after ten venrs from the date of
granting the same, when authorized
so to do bv a majority vote of the
electors of the city of Astoria, nt any
reneral election held In the City of
Astoria at the finnraisod value there
of; tho Cltv appointing one Appraiser,
the holder of the franchise one ap
praiser, and in case the two nipralsers
so appointed, are unable to agree up
on the valuation, the two appraisers
so appointed shall select a third ap
praiser and the decision of two of the
three appraisers made in writing nnd
filed with the Council, shall be final
In fixing the valuation of such rail
way nnd any power plant used In con
nection theruwlth.
47. To provide tor erecting, pur
chasing; appropriating or otherwise
acquiring waterworks, gas works or
electric light plants within or with
out the corporate limits of the city,
to supplv said city and its inhabitants
with water and light, or to authorize
the construction nf the same by others.
48. To establish fire limits within
certain defined limits of the city.
19. To regulate nil parades and pro
cessions, and to determine what riar
a.les and processions upon the streets
shall be unlawful; to declare the same
a misdemeanor, nnd to provide for the
punishment thereof.
rn rl, 1l...,..u Int eocrolnr nml
1111. iUiio.iin,.
restrain the keeping of do?- within
the cltv limits, and to authorize the
distraining, lmnoundln- "nd snl of
the same for tho penalty Incurred nnd
costs of proceedings, or to authorize
their destruction.
51. To provide cemeteries, and to
regulate the burial of the dead, nnd
shall have power to establish cemeter
ies or burial grounds within or with
out the cltv limits, and have author
ity and jurisdiction over the same
necessary to the safety, preservation,
regulation and ornament of the same.
52. To regulate th use of streets,
roads nnd highways and public places
for foot passengers, animals nnd ve
hicles; to protect the public from In
jury from runaways, bv punishing per
son's who negligently leave horses and
carriages in the streets without se
cure fastenings; to prescribe the
width of tires of all trucks, drays
carts and other vehicles, and the
weight to be carried thereon, for the
preservation of streets, roadway and
highway.
63. To regulate the use of streets
and sidewalks,, and preve-t (he ex
(ensloti of buildings nnd house fronts
within the street line; but they shall
have no ower to authorize the pla
cing or continuing of any encroach
ment or obstruction u.pon any street
or sldewulk, except for the tempora
ry use or occupation thereof during
the erection or repair of a building
upon the adjacent propertv or the
display of goos bv the occupants of
auioining ouu.imgs.
64. To regulate the opening of
street surfaces, the laying of gas and
water mains, the bulldln- and repair
ing of sewers and (he erection of gas
and other lights,
05. To regulate nnd prevent public
criers and advertising, noises, steam
whistles, the ringing of bells In the
streets, to control and limit traffic on
the streets, avenues and nubile places;
to regulate and prohibit (he use of
streets and sidewalks for the use of
signs, signposts, awnings, awning
posts, telegcaph, telephone and electric
light posts, und . other purposes than
travel and traffic; to establish from
time to time such police stations as
may be necessary; to provide f"r the
sprinkling of street! and cleaning of
the Rume, and to punish those who
refuse so to do; and to prohibit per
sons from roaming tho Itreets at un
reasonable hours.
&. To prevent the erection of
building! within the city limits which
shull be dangerous (' "nssers-by or
to adjacent property; and In case any
building or any nubile street shall be
come dangerous to passers-by the
Council shall have the power to cause
the same to be removed or made safe
at the expense of the property, and
said exoens shall be collected In the
same manner as for street Improve
ments, G7, To license and regulate all
such callings, trades and employments
not herein specially provided for as
In the Judgment of the council the
nubile good mav reauire to be licensed
and regulated, una a are not prohib
ited by law.
This amendment shall take effect
and be In force on the first Monday
In January, 1307.
OI,OP ANDKRSONT,
Auditor and Police Judge of the City
of Astoria. Oregon.
Dated at Astoria. Oregon, November
1st. A, D., l0G. u-l-si
NOTICE OF PROPOSED AMEND
MENT TO CITY CHARTER.
N'otice is herebv given, that an In
itiative Petition, signed by over two
hundred electors of the Cltv of Asto
ria, has been filed with the underslgn
eii Auditor and Police Judge of the
City of Astoria, demanding that the
hereinafter mentioned proposes, a
mmw!mor fn 1 lit Charter of the City
of Astoria shall be submitted to the
legal electors of the City or Astoria tor
ilw.lt onnrnvHl nr refection, at the
general election to be held on the 12th
.lav of December. A. D, 1906. and
the tenor and effect thereof being as
follows: ..a'
An amendment to section 2 of tne
Charter of the City of Astoria, giving
the city power to build, purchase,
lease find operate street car lines, tele-hones,
telegraph 'or lighting plants
and control, lease, sell or dispose of
the same for the benefit of the city.
Mffre'i!lii4'-c'j '
BE IT ENACTED BT THE ELECT
ORS OF THE CITY OF ASTORIA:
Tlmt section 2 of the charter of the
City of Astoria, being section 2 of an
Act of the Legislative Assembly of
the State of Oregon, approved Feb.
15th. 1899. and entitled "A- Act toin
rnrnorate the City of Astoria In Clat-
bod County. State of Oregon." and to
repeal an Act entitled "An Act to In
corporate the City of Astoria. In Clat-sn-
County. State of Oregon," and to
repeal an Act entitled "An Act to In
corporate the City of Astoria in Clat
son Countv. Oregon." Approved Oct
ober 20th.. 1876. "Filed tn the office
of the Secretary of State. February
ISth. 1S91," be and tne same is nere
l.v nmenited so as to read as follows:
Section 2. The Inhabitants of the
City of Astoria are hereby constitu
tp.l nnd declared .to be a municipal
corporation by the name and style
of the City of Astoria, and by such
name have nerpetual' succession, sue
nnd be sued, plead and be impieaaea
In nil courts of Justice and in all ac
tions, suits or proceedings whatever;
may purchase, hold and receive prop
erty, both real nnd personal, within
the city, for public buildings, public
works, citv Improvements and prop
erty sold for taxes and street improve
ment purposes; and may lease. Bell
or dispose of the same, for the bpnp
flt of the City, may purchase, hold
and receive property, both real and
personal, bevond the limits of the City
to be used ns parks, for burial purpos
es, for the establishment nnd main
tenance of a hospital for the recep
tion of persons affected with conta
gisuo disease, for work houses and
for houses of correction also for the
erecUon of water works to supply
the cltv with water, mav build, pur
chase, lease nnd operate street car
lines, telephone, telegraph or lighting
olants, and may control, lease, sell or
dlsnose of the same lor tne oeneni
of the City.
All property, both real nnd person
al, belonging to, nnd vested in the
present Citv of Astoria, shnll. on the
passage of this Act. become the prop
ertv of. nnd be vested in the City of
Astorio as created by this Act. And
they may control, lease, sell or dis
pose of the same for the benefit of
the City. And they shall have a com
mon -seal and may alter and brenk the
same and make a new one at pleasure.
This amendment shall take effect
nnd be in force on the first Monday
In January, 1907.
QT.OF ANDERSON,
Auditor and Police Judge of the City
of Astoria. Oregon.
Dated at Astoria. Oregon, November
1st. A. D.. 1906. ll-l-8t
NOTICE OF PROPOSED AMEND
MENT TO CITY CHARTER.
Notice Is hereby given, that an In
itiative Petition, signed bv over two
hundred electors of the City of Asto
ria, has been filed with the undersign
ed. Auditor and Police Judge of the
Cltv of Astoria, demanding that the
hereinafter mentioned proposed a
mendment to the Charter of the City
of Astoria shall be submitted to the
legal electors of the City of Astoria for
their approval or rejection, nt the
general election to be held on the 12th
dnv of December, A D.. 1906. and
the tenor and effect thereof being as
follows:
An amendment to Section 15 or the
Charter of the City of Astoria, defi
ning the nuallficatlons of electors
fixing six months residence as a
qualification to the rlc-ht to vote and
providing ror registration or electors.
RE IT ENACTED BT THE ELECT
ORS OF THE CITT OF ASTORIA:
That section 15 of the Charter of
the City of Astoria, being section 15 J
cr an Act or me legislative Assemoiy
of the State of Oregon, approved Feb
ruary 15, 1899, and entitled "An Aotto
Incorporate the City of Astoria, In
Clatsop County, State of Oregon," and
to repeal an Act entitled "An Act to
incorporate the City of Astoria, in
Clatsop Countv, State of Oregon," and
to repeal an Act entitled "An Act to
incorporate the City4 of Astoria, in
Clatsop County, Oregon, Ap
proved October 20. 1876. "Filed in the
office of the Secretary of State, Feb
ruary 18, 1891. be and the same Is
herebv amended to read s follows:
Section 15. No person Is qualified
to vete at any election under this Act,
who Is not entitled to the privileges of
an elector under the laws of the State
of Oregon, and who has not resided
In the City of Astoria for the next
six months preceding such election,
and In the ward in which he offers to
vote for the ten days next preceding
such election and tne common council
shall, by ordinance, provide for the
registration of electors, and require
registration as a conditio- to the
r.irhf in vote nt any emotion.
This amendment shall take effect
and be li force on tne first Monday
In January, 1307.
OLOF ANDERSON.
Auditor and police Judge of the City
of Astoria. Oregon.
Dated at Astoria. Oregon, November
1st. A, v.. im. ll-l-8t
NOTICE OF PROPOSED AMEND
MENT TO CITY CHARTER.
XT. els. a in tirAtf tftvan that an Tn
Itlatlve Petition, signed by over two
rla, has been filed with the undersign
ed. Auditor and Police Judre of the
city of Astoria, demanding that the
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mendment to the Charter of the City
or Astoria snail oe suoinuieu m me
legal electors of the City of Astoria for
their approval or refection, at the
r.r.arnl olertlnn tn ha held on th 12th
dav of December A. D., 1906. and
the tenor and effect thereof being as
follows:
I tn fieetfnna 97 nnrl
28 of the Charter of the City of As
toria, relating to vacancies in umce,
and providing for filling vacancies
bv appointment by a majorlt- of the
m',lnln irifimtiri of fha Common
Council to continue for the remainder
of the unexpired term.
BE IT ENACTED BY THE ELECT
ORS OF THE CITY OF ASTORIA:
TV.,.t Coin,, 97 nt tha fharter of
the City of Astoria, being section 27
tfie Legislative Assembly of the State
of Orego- -proved February 15.1899,
and entitled "An Act to incorporate
the City of Astoria. In Clatsnn Coun
ty. State of Oregon," and to repeal an
Act entitled an Act to incorporate the
City of Astoria In Clatsop County,
Oregon." and to repeal an Act enti
titled "An Act to Incorporate the City
of Astoria, in Clatson County, State
of Oregon," and to repeal an act en-
,..l,..l "A, nr. in InenrnorstA th City
of Astoria. In Clatsop County. State
of Oregon." approved October 20th
1876. "Filed In the office of the Sec
retary of State. February 18, 1891. be
and the same Is hereby amended as
follows: ....
Section 27. An dffice shall be deemed
vacant upon the death or resignation
of the incumbent or in cage the
Incumbent shall cease to be an Inhab
itant of the Cltv of Astoria for a pe
riod of sixty days without first ob
taining permission of the Common
Council. The office of Treasurer shall
be deemed vacant whenever the In
cumbent thereof shall be absent from
the City for a period of thirty days
without permission duly obtained
from the Mayor of the City of Asto
ria. The office of Councilman shall
be deemed vacant wnenever any In
cumbent thereof shall cease to be a
resident of the ward which he rep
resents, or shall fail to attend three
successive regular meetings of the
Council, unless absent on leave of tne
Council, first obtained. But a change
of the boundaries of any ward shall
not be deemed a change of residence
of anv Councilman so as create or
cause a vacancy in such office.
That section 28 of the Charter of the
City of Astoria, being section 28 of
an act of the legislative assembly of
the State of Oregon, approved Feb
ruary 15. 1899 and entitled "An act
to Incorporate the City of Astoria,
Clatsop County, State or Oregon," and
to repeal an act entitled "An act to
Incorporate the City of Astoria, Clat
soo County, State of Oregon,' and to
repeal an act entitled "An act to In
corporate the Cltv of Astoria, in Clat
sop Countvl State of Oregon,' ap
proved October 20. 1876. "Filed in the
office of the Secretary of State. Feb
ruary 18, 1891," be and the same is
herebv amended so as to read -s fol
lows: Section 28. A vacancy in any office
caused by a failure of a person elect
ted to qualify therefor, as prescribed
I" section 24, or made by or conse
quent upon a judgment of any Court,
or in any of the cases specified in
section 27. must be filled by appoint
ment by a majority of the remaining
members of the Common Council, to
continue in office for the remainder
of the unexpired term.
This amendment shall take effect
and be in force on the first Monday
In January, 1907.
OLOF ANDERSON,
Auditor and Police Judge of the City
of Astoria. Oregon.
Dated at Astoria. Oregon. November
1st. A. D.. 1906. 11-1-St
NOTICE OF PROPOSED AMEND
MENT TO CITY CHARTER.
Notice is hereby given, that an In
itiative Petition, signed by over two
hundred electors of the City of Asto
ria, has been filed with the undersign
ed. Auditor and Police Judge of the
Citv of Astoria, demanding that the
hereinafter mentioned proposed a
mendment to the Charter of the City
of Astoria shall be submitted to the
legal electors of the Citv of Astoria for
their approval or rejection, at the
general election to be held on the 12th
dnv of December, A D.. 1906. and
the tenor and effect thereof being as
follows:
An amendment to section 91 of the
Charter of the City of Astoria pro
viding for establishing and re-establishing
the grades of the streets of
the City of Astoria, and that no grade
shall be changed on an improved
street or portion thereof, except up
on a written petition of the owners
at least three-fifths of the property
nbutting upon said street, or that part
thereof upon which the change of
grade is proposed.
BE IT ENACTED BY THE ELECT
ORS OF THE CITY OF ASTORIA:
That section 91 of the Charter of
the City of Astoria, being section i
of an act of the legislative assembly
of the State of Oregon, approved Feb
ruary 15. 1S99, and entitled "An Act to
to incorporate the City of Astoria, in
Clatsop County, State f Oregon.' and
to repeal an Act entitled "An Act to
incorporate the City of Astoada in
Clatsop County, State of Oregon," and
to repeal nn Act entitled "An Act to
corporate the City of Astoria, in Clat
sop Countv, Oregon, Approved Octo
ber 20, 1876. "Filed in the office of the
Secretary of State, February 18, 1891,"
be and the same is hereby amended
so as to read as follows:
Section 91. The Council Bhall have
authority to determine and establish
the grade of all streets, avenues, al
levs and public "rounds within the
City nnd to require Improvements and
buildings adjacent, or abutting up
on such Streets, alleys or grounds, to
be made ana constructed in conror
mltv with such grades, and the
Council may change or alter the grade
of any street, alley or public grounds,
or any part thereof, whenever in their
opinion the public convenience will
be promoted thftrebyj Whenever a
grade shall be established or altered
a record and diagram thereof shall
be made In the book of street records
in the office of the City Surveyor;
PROVIDED, that In case of a street
or portion thereof which has been
once fully lmnroved as required by
ordinance, no grade shall be changed
on such Improved street, or portion
thereof, except upon a written peti
tion of the owners of at least three-
fifths of the property abutting upon
said street or that part thereof upon
which said change of grade Is pro
posed to be made, If any damage
shall result to any owner by any
change of the established grade of
any street, alley, sidewalk, wharf, or
landing, the Council may. In their dis
cretion, levy and collect the amount
thereof by special assessments on
tne lots Denenttea tnereoy, and tnere
with pay the sam; but the City shall
Incur no liability by reason of any
thing In this section contained. Be
fore the grade of any street, avenue,
or alley shall be established or al
tered, ten days notice thereof must
be given bv publication In a newspa
per published in the City of Astoria;
such notice must be given by the Aud
itor and Police Judge by order of the
Common Council, and must specify
withr convenient certainty the street,
avenue, or alley, or part thereof oi
which the grade Is proposed o be es
tablished or altered. Within ten daya
from the final publication of such no
tice the owners of three-fifth! of the
property adjacent to such street, ave
nue, or alley, or part thereof, as the
case may be, may make and file with
the Auditor and Police Judge a wrlt
tenremonstrance against the pro
posed grade or alteration, and there
upon the same shall not further be
proceeded In or made. If no such re
monstrance be made and filed, the
Council, at Its earliest convenience
thereafter and within six months from
the final publication of such notice,
may, by ordinance, establish the pro
posed grade.
This amendment shall take effect
and be in force on the first Monday
In January, 1907.
OLOF ANDERSON,
Auditor and Police Judge of the City
of Astoria, Oregon.
Dated at Astoria. Oregon. November
1st. A. P.. 1908. ll-l-8t
NOTICE OF PROPOSED AMEND
MENT TO CITY CHARTER.
Notice is hereby given, that an In
itiative Petition, signed by over two
hundred electors of the City of Asto
ria has been filed with the undersign
ed. Auditor and Police Judge of the
City of Astoria, demanding that the
hereinafter mentioned proposed a
mendment to the Charter of the City
of Astoria shall be submitted to the
legal electors of the City of Astoria for
their approval or retection, at the
general election to be held on the 12th
dav of December. A. D., 1906. and
the tenor and effect thereof being aa
follows:
An amendment to section 47 of the
Charter of the City of Astoria, de
fining the powers and duties of the
President of the Council.
BE IT ENACTED BY THE ELECT
ORS OF THE CITY OF ASTORIA:
That section 47 of the Charter of
the City of Astoria being section 47
of an act of the legislative assembly
or tne state or. Oregon approved Feb
ruary 15, 1899. and entitled "An Act to
to Incorporate the City of Astoria In
Clatsoo County, State of Oregon, and
to repeal an Act entitled "An Act to
incorporate the City of Astoria, In
Clatsop County. State of Oregon,"
and to repeal an act entitled "An act
to incorporate the Citv" ot Astoria
in ClatsoD Countv. Oresron. Approved
October 20. 1876 "Filed In the office of
the Secretary or state February 18,
1891. be and the same Is hereby
amended so as to read as follows:
Section 47. During any absence of
the Mavor from the City, or In case
of his inability to act. or during any
vacancy In the office of Mayor, the
President or the council shall be the
acting Mayor and shall perform all
the duties ot such office, during such
absence inability or vacacy. ex
cepting as otherwise provided In this
Act.
This amendment shall take effect
and be in force on the first Monday
in January, 1907.
OLOF ANDERSON,
Auditor and Police Judge of the City
of Astoria, Oregon.
Dated at Astoria. Oregon, November
1st. A. D.. 1906. ll-l-8t
NOTICE.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
the Common Council of the City of
Astoria has declared Its determination
and Intention to re-establish the
grade on 2nd street In that part of
the City of Astoria laid out and re
corded by John McClure from the
South line of Exchange street to the
center line of (Duane street, so that
said grade when so re-established will
be at the following elevation above
the base of grades as established by
ordinance No. "1 of the City of As
toria, to-wit:
At the Intersection of 2nd street and
Exchange street at 189 feet above the
base of grades; at the South line of
Exchange street at 186 feet above
the base of grades at the North line of
Exchange 'street and at the Intersec
tion of 2nd street and the South line
of Duane street, aud alsoo the center
line of Duane street at 170 feet above
the base of grades and between the
points above designated the slope shall
be gradual.
OLOF ANDERSON,
Auditor and Police Judge of the City
of Astoria.
11-7-llt
NOTICE.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GrVEN THAT
the Common Council of the City of
Astoria, has declared its determina
tion and intention to re-establish the
grade on Exchange street from the
West line of 4th street to the West
line of 2nd street in that part of the
City of Astoria laid out and recorded
by John McClure, so that said grade
when se re-established will be at
the following elevation above the base
of grades, to-wit:
At the intersection of' Exchange
street and 4th street at 190 feet above
the base of grades on the North side
and 193 feet above the base of grades
on the South side.
At the Intersection of Exchange
street and 3rd street 196 feet above
base of grades on the North side and
199 feet above the base of grades on
the South side; and at the Intersec
tion of Exchange street and 2nd
street at 186 feet above the base of
grades on the North side and 189
feet above the base of grades on the
South sJde and between the points
above designated the slope to be even
or gradual. OLOF ANDERSON,
Auditor and Police Judge of the City
of Astoria, 11-7-llt