Tuesday, September 21, 2010

Police Jury Minutes, 5 July 1897 continued

On motion of Mr. Picard, seconded by Mr. Kuhlman, the following resolution was adopted viz Resolved that all persons, associations of persons selling mineral, water, soda, mead, pops etc except as provided by Act 150 of 1890 shall pay a license as graduated under section 11 of said act and when gross sales are less than $2000 the license shall be $5.

The finance committee reported for approval and on motion of Mr. Madere, the following bills were ordered payable out of contingent fund of 1897.
     Lewis Ory, Sheriff--attending District Court May term 1897, $30; expenses for testing dogs June 1897, $13.97; keeping courthouse clean, May and June 1897, $20.
     G. Lorio, for stationery 2 July 1897, $15.40
     J. C. Triche, for 3 boxes pens June 1897, $3.00
     R. J. Perkins, 500 court blanks, 7 June 1897, $4.00
     Mrs. G. Myers, prescription for smallpox, $1.50
     A. E. Picard, expenses for attending Board of Assessment on railroad, 1897, $65.
     W. E. Uniacke, expense for serving subpoenas, 7 May 1897, $2.20.
     John Rupp, for burial of Joseph Brown on 6 June 1897, $12.
     William Scott, for burial of unknown black man, 19 June 1897, $12

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