Minutes from August 4, 1890

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  • Letter from John Crabb asking to be paid for burying a horse (!) in the cemetery. Odd Fellows organization allowed a separate location within cemetery. Distance allowed between graves to be regulated by the Health Department.
  • City Clerk instructed to reply to Harbour Master’s complaint about the the City’s dumping of waste into the harbour would soon be replaced by burning it. Burning site to be established along False Creek.
  • Mayor and aldermen form a committee to review Royal City Planing Mills’ injunction against bridge across False Creek.

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