Town of Glendale
Regular Meeting, Aug. 8, 1910.
Council called to order by Mayor.
Present: Mr. Mayor; Councilmen – Tuckey and Gillett.
Petition presented by Ray F. Stauffer requesting Council to pass an ordinance closing all dry goods and grocery stores on Sundays and all meat markets at 10 a.m. on Sundays. Filed.
J. M. Hotchkiss appeared before the Council and filed protest against license tax on pool halls, and suggesting a flat rate of $3.00 per table.
O. A. Mestrath filed protest against tax on Barber shops, suggesting a rate of 75 cents per chair.
Marks moved that a com of two be appointed to negotiate for a place in which to hold Council Meetings and Town Court and report to Council. Carried.
Committee appointed: Gillett, Tuckey.
Tuckey as com. on investigating Wagoner building reported progress. Gillett stated opinion that building was not suited for jail.
Moved by Tuckey that Mayor appoint three standing committees to consist of three members each as follow:
Streets and Alleys
Finance: Gillett, Tuckey, Garber
Streets & Alleys: Bennett, Marks, Gillett.
Public Buildings: Marks, Gillett, Bennett
Gillett moved that ordinance No. 1 be reconsidered. Carried.
Gillett moved that the following section (16) be added to Art. V of ordinance No. 1:
“Any person or persons, company or corporation who shalt sell, barter or exchange on offer to sell, barter or exchange any merchandise except tobacco, confectionery, newspapers, periodicals or soft drinks in the Town of Glendale on Sunday shall be guilty of a misdemeanor, provided that meat markets may be open for the sale of meats only on Sunday until 10 a.m. only.” Carried.
Gillett moved that quarterly license tax on pool rooms be reduced to $20.00 per quarter and $5.00 extra for each table over 5. Carried.
Tuckey moved that rate on Barber shops be changed to $1.00 for each chair. Carried.
Adjourned to August 9th at 7:30 p.m.
H. W. Bennett
V. E. Messenger
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