Minutes from October 13, 1890

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  • Correspondence from Miss Bowes asking Council to provide a separate apartment in the Jail for female prisoners
  • Board of Works…”strongly urge[s] the Council to… get rid of the present and rapidly increasing number of squatters along the shore of Burrard Inlet and False Creek and the consequent loss to the revenue of the City
  • Rents were established for the new City Market – five cents per front foot per day for a stall in the market building for a period of one month or more (six cents if for a period of less than one month), twenty cents per day for an outside stall or stand, ten cents per day for each horse, mule, cow, steer, ox or calf brought to sell, five cents per day for each sheep, lamb, hog, or pig

These minutes were transcribed in November, 2015 by guest transcriber Chris Stephenson.

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