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Police Inspection With Powers
To Curb Barking Dogs Asked
The Lincoln pane citizens Associ
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duty it would be to check on all
complaints about vicious and bark
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The group asked for the change
because of the inconvenience of the
system now in use. At present, it is
necessary for the complainant to go
to the corporation counsel's office
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owners. If there were an inspector,
it was asserted, he could check on
these complaints, and make <the
owners remedy the situation.
The association also said dogs
which bark consistently should be
disposed of—even if it takes an act
of Congress to do it.
The construction of a new dog
pound also was urged. It was sug
gested that at least two more wagons
for the use of the pound be pur
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posal that the Board of Public
Welfare be created as an inde
pendent board, except that the board
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