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About The Sumpter miner. (Sumpter, Or.) 1899-1905 | View Entire Issue (May 15, 1901)
Wednesday, May 15,1901
THE SUMPTER MINER
licenses and privileges granted by said
town of Sumpter, are hereby ratified,
confirmed and continued, In full force
and eft ct as though passed and grant
ed by the city of Sumpter as created
by this act.
Section 169. All processes and no
tices required to be served by this act
shall be served by the city marshal,
unless otherwise provided herein.
Section 170. No person paying the
amount due on a license to the city of
Sumpter In order to carry on nny
business or vocation within the city
limits for which a license is required
by this act or by any ordinance, shall
be required to pay tho county authori
ties of Baker county, any money for
the same purposo; and tho council
shall have exclusive control of nil such
licenses, and no part of tho Income de
rived therefrpm shall go to said
county of Dakcr.
Section 171. No member of tho city
council or other officer of the city of
Sumpter shall be interested in nny con
tract the expenses of which nro to be
paid out of the city treasury.
Section 172. The stylo of every ordi
nance shall be: "The city of Sumpter
docs ordain as follows," and all war
rants, writs and proccsscss by virtue
of the provisions of this act or any
ordinance shall run, "In tho name of
the city of Sumpter."
Section 173. Tho official books and
papers of all officers mentioned in this
act are city property, and must bo
kept as such by such officers during
their contluance in office, and. then de
livered to their successors; and such
books and papers may bo inspected at
any tlmo by a committee of tho coun
cil apoplntcd for that purpose, or by
Section 174. Whenever any person
holding nny office created by this act
or established by ordlnanco, shall neg
lect or refuse to pay over any money
belonging to the city at the tlmo fixed
by ordinance for the payment thereof,
his office shall be declared vacant by
tho council, and some qualified person
shall bo nppolnted thereto as in caso
of vacancies otherwise created, which
person so appointed shall servo as
such officer for the remainder of the
term for whlca such removed officer
was appointed, if appointed, or until
tho noxt municipal election, it such
removed officer should havo been
Section 175. Tho council shall by
ordinance fix tho compensation and
fees of all officers, unless otherwise
provided In this net, and provided,
further, that when tho recorder nnd
marshal aro performing the functions
of a Justice of the peace nnd of a con
stable respectively, they shall receive
from Baker county tho fees allowed
by law to these officers.
Section 176. Tho council shall by
ordinance fix the amount of the offi
cial undertaking of each and every
officer of tho city who may bo re
quired by this act or by any ordlnanco
to execute and file an official undertak
ing; provided, that there shall not be
lea than two sureties upon each and
every such undertaking.
Section 177. Wo action, suit or other
proceeding to which the town of Sump
ter Is a party, now pending in any
court whatsoever, and no action, civil
or criminal, or for a violation of any
ordinance now pending before the re
corder, shall abate by reason of any
of the provisions of this act
Section 178. The council shall pro
vide for the taxing and collection of
costs of a prosecution in the record
ers' court for violation of a city ordi
nance, and may as part of such costs,
provide for the collection of an at
torney fee, not to exceed ten dollars,
all of which costs shall be taxed
against the person convicted of the
violation of any city ordinance, and
which costs shall be collected by the
recorder and paid over to the city
Section 179. All acts and parts of
acts In conuict with this act are hereby
Section 180. As the town of Sump
ter Is In urgent need of protection
and government, an emergency is here
by declared to exist, and this act shall
take enect and be In force from and
after Its approval by the governor.
Passed the Senate January 23, 1901.
C. W. FULTON,
President of the Senate.
Passed the House February 1, 1901.
L. B. REEDER,
Speaker of tho House.
Approved February 6, 1901.
T. T. OEER, Governor.
Senate BUI No. 102, S. L. Moorhcnd,
chief clerk. Executive department,
Stnto of Oregon, received Fcbrunry 6,
1901. Filed 2:30 p. m., February 6,
i. I. DUNBAR,
Secretary of State.
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA.
STATE OF OREGON.
Ofllco of tho Socretnrv of Stnto,
Snlom, Oregon, Fob. 14, 1D01.
I, F. I. DUNBAR, do horoby certify
tbnt I am tho Secretary of Stnto of tho
Stnto of Oregon, nnd Cuwtntlinn of tho
Sonl of wiiil Stnto; tbnt tho foregoing
transcript of "An Art to Ineornornto tho
City of Similiter, nnd to provide n chart
er therefor, nnd to reiienl nil netH orpnrtx
of nctH in conflict therewith," tiled in
tho office of the Secretary of Stnto ot
Oregon, Fcbrunry fltb, 1001, linn been by
mo compared with tho original iiipy of
the Hiiid Act now on tile In tliiH office,
mill tbnt it is n true mid correct trmiH
cript thereof, and the whole of Hiiid
IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, I Imvo
hereunto net my hmiil and
SEAL affixed hereto the Seal of
tho Stnto of Oregon.
Dono nt tho Capital, nt Salem, Ore
gon, thin 14th day of February, A. D.
F. I. DUNBAR,
Secretary of State.
Capital Stock $ 20,000
J. M. Robblns President
J. W. Salter VIce-l'reslJent
R. II. Miller Cashier
J. W. Scrlter R. II. Miller
Clark SnyJe J. II. Robblrn
TninenetH n General Banking mid
SCENIC LINE of the WORLD 1
t Salt Lake City, Denver X
Th. most Interesting and enjoyable trip on thli
continent l over this popular railroad.
Choice of two routes through the Rocky Moun
tains and lour routes east ot Denver
Stop overs allowed at Sail Lake City or any
where between OgJen and Denver.
Through Car Service.
Perfect Dining- Car Ser
vice. Meals a la Carte.
Ak vnur nrirtit ticket a int for tickets via
the Denver & Klo Grande Railroad, Scenic Line I
ol the World.
Descriptive matter mailed upon application.
E. B, DUFFY. R. C NICHOL,
Traveling Agent. General Agent,
it Third St., Cortland, Or.
W. A. Jones
R. P. Jones
Newly Fitted and Stookid With High
Gride Liquors, Wines and ! Cigars
Sumpter Draught and Pilsner Bottled Beer, Elk Club,
Ramsey Scotch, Malt and Bourbon Whiskies
Sullivan Machinery Co.
138 ADAMS ST., CHICAGO
S. 101 Howard St., Spokane, Wash.
The New Olympia
E. E. HATJSER, Proprietor
Succcsior to IIiinmy PlNOim)
Newly refitted and
remodeled. . . .
All the best brands
of Liquors and Ci
gars handled. . .
Fine Old (1884)
key Olympia Beer, bot
tle or draught. . .
Center Street, Opposite P. O. Sumpter
Baker City Iron Works
HIGGINS & HARDbNBROOK, Props.
Iron Founders and
General Repair Work Our Specialty. Architectural iron
work and bridge castings. Write for estimates.
WEST END AUBURN AVE.
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MACHINERY. RIVETED 8TEEL PIPE.
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