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title: 'The Coconino sun. (Flagstaff, Ariz.) 1898-1978, June 02, 1906, Page 5, Image 4',
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BOARD OF SUPERVISORS
Instruct District Attorney to SccTlut
the Property of the Grand Can
yon Road Be Assessed as
Required by Law.
Office of the Board of Supervisors
of Coconino County, Arizona,
Flagstaff, Ai izona, May 28th, 1906
Pursuant to adjournment of May
7th, 1906, the board met today.
Present R. H. Cameron, chair
man and member, F. 0. Poison and
A. T. Cornish, members, and H. C.
The minutes of the meeting of
May 7th read and approved by the
unanimous vote of the board.
On motion by member Poison,
seconded by member Cornish and by
the unanimous vote of the whole
board the following resolution was
"Be it resolved that whereas
this board is advised and believes
that the property of the Grand
Canyon Railway, including its
franchise, right of way, road bed,
bridges, culverts, rolling stock, de
pots, station grounds, buildings,
telegraph lines and all other prop
erty, both real and personal, exclus
ively used in the operation of the
railway, is subject to taxation and
should be assessed by the Territorial
Board of Equalization of the Terri
tory as required by law,
"Whereas, all of the said railroad
and property is situate within the
county of Coconino, in the Terri
tory of A r izona,. Now therefore,
the district attorney of this county,
should be and is hereby authorized
requested, empowered and directed
in the name of and on behalf of
Coconino county to demand of the
said Territorial Board of Equaliza
tion that it assess or cause to be as-
sessed all of the aforesaid property!
of the said Grand Canyon Railway
company, as required by law, and)
to take any and all further or addi
tional steps which he may deem pro
per or necessary in the premises to
insure the assessment of all the
hereinbefore mentioned property as
required by law and the collection,
of all taxes assessed."
The statutory petition being pre-!
sented asking that the Bellemont
school district be re-established and,
the same being approved by the su-(
perintendent of county schools, it is'
hereby ordered by the full and un
animous vote of the board that said
district be re-established as follows:
"Bounded on the north by the'
sixth standard north; on the west
by the line between ranges four and
five east; on the south by the fifth .
standard south and on the east by
the line between ranges five andi
six east, according to the official j
plat on file in the office of the re
corder of Coconino county, Arizona. '
The necessary petition being pre-i
sented asking that J. J. Thompson
be appointed road overseer for
Verde cut-off road, it is hereby or
dered by the unanimous vote of the
whole board that he, is hereby ap-'
pointed road overseer for said dis
trict. The following claims against the
J county were considered, approved
and ordered paid :
Thomas Devine, trial jury
certificates paid $10.40
Thomas Devine, advances to
outdoor indigent sick. . . . 20.00
Thomas Devine, for postage
Thomas Devine, May salary
as treasurer 183.30
Thomas Devine, court orders '
Harry Henderson, fees, etc.
A. E. Douglass, May salary,
probate judge 100.00
S. B. H ibben, May salary,
deputy recorder 75.00'
E. S. Carlos, May salary,
Willis Cronkhite, expense
nurse indigent sick 10.00
C. H. Adams, constables fees 26.10
A. Sanford, bounty, four
lobo wolves 80.00
H. F. Ashurst, salary dis
trict attorney 166.66
Poison Bros.','- supplies fur- .
nished indigentsick, Will-
iam3 ' 4.771
B. A. Cameron, May salary,
H. C. Hibben, May salary,
recorder ! 166.66
F. O. Poison, May salary,
A. T. Cornish, May salary,
R. H. Cameron, May salary,
supervisor 8 3.33
Ruffin Drug Co., supplies
furnished , 6.90
Babbitt Bros., coal and sup
plies furnishedl 05.35
w. S. Norvell, transcript
J. J. Donahue, meals for
J. A. Wilson, painting court
house fence 13.00
H. II. McNeil Co., supplies.
district attorney 25.00
H. H. McNiel Co., supplies
district attorney 2.90
H. II. McNeil, election sup
H. H. McNeil .recorder sup
C. M. Funston, printing... 50.60
C. M. Funston, stationary.. 1.25
C. M. Funston, publishing. . 10.00
Don Chisholm, work on cliff
Don Chilsholm, work on cliff
W. H. Andrson, work on G.
C. road 32.50
C. A. Green, work on Rogers
Lake road 100.00
Esau Lamb, work on Will
iams road ., 192.20
R. H. Cameron is hereby granved
leave of absence from the territory
for sixty days.
A statutory petition was pre
sented asking that the Grand Can
yon wagon road be changed as fol
lows: By adding to the western side
of the said road where the same
crosses over section nine, Tp 21 N.
R 7 E., G & S R M. Coconino coun
ty, Arizona, so that the said road
will after said change be thirty
feet wider than it commonly was
at the places where said road cros
ses said section. After due consid
eration it was ordered that the law
ful notices be posted showing that
the Board would take action on said
petition at the regular meeting to
be held July 2nd, 1906.
There being no further business
the Board adjourned till Monday
July 2nd, 1906.
R. H. CAMERON,
Chairman Board fo Supervisors, Co
conino County, Arizona.
Attest: H. C. HIBBEN, Clerk
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