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than one quart.
Sec. 38. This ordinance shall take
effect and be in force from and after its
passage and adoption and publication for
one week.
Sec. 39. The City Clerk and Clerk of
the City Council of the city of Yerington
is hereby authorized and ordered to have
this ordinance. No. 8, published in the
L,yon County Times, a weekly newspa*
per published in the city of Yerington,
for a period of one week.
Passed and adopted this 24th day of
June, A. D. 1907, by the following vote
of the City Council men:
Ayes—Sonne, Gallagher, Snvder.
Nays—None.
Absent—Ross.
Approved this 24th dav of June, 1907, by
rs^rl JUDSONG. R. SMITH,
^ Mayor of the City of Yerington.
Attest: W. F. PowekS,
Clerk of the Council and City of Yer
ington.
BILL NO. ii.
ORDINANCE NO. 9
AN ORDINANCE FOR THE l’RKSE RCA
TION OFTHE PEACE. MORAI.b. COMFORT
AND HEALTH OE THE CITIZENS OF THE
CITY OF YERINGTON.
The city council of the city of Yerington do
ordain:
Section i. It shall not tie lawful for any per
son to lie or sleep on any of the sidewalks,
streets, alleys or in public places within the
city, or to appear therein in such a state of intox
ication or drunkenness as to be unable to take
proper care of himself or hersell.
Sec. 2. It shall not be lawful for any person
to race, run, ride or drive any animal, animals or
automobiles in or on any of the streets or allevs
within the city at a rate of speed exceeding six
miles an hour, or to play at ball in any of the
public streets of the city of Yerington.
Sec. i. It shall not he lawful for any person
to fire off or discharge within the limits of the
city any ordnance, gun, rifle, pistol or oth r fire
arm. nor any squib, rocket, roman candle chaser,
firecracker or other fireworks of any kind or na
ture whatsoever; and it shall be unlawful to
inake any bonfire or burn any hay. straw shav
ings or other combustible material within the
city at night: provided, that the Mayor may
grant written permits to tire ordnance, fireworks
and make bonfires at such times and places as he
may deem proper.
Sec 4. It shall not be lawful for any person to
slaughter any animal within the city, or erect,
maintain or use, or cause to be erected, maintain
ed or used within the city any house, shed or
other buildings as a slaughterhouse, or to dress
or clean any slaughtered animal within the city;
or to keep any pit. pool or vat or stnnding water
(01 tanner's or dyer's use. or for any other pur
(xise whatever, that will render it unwholesome
or offensive: or to discharge, leave open, place or
keep in an street, alley, public square, lot. yard
or other place within the city attv obnoxious
privy, sink or cesspool, manure. stagnant water,
cleanings from any privv. sink or cesspool or
ally dead animal, bird or fish, green hides or
skill', putrid, unsound, unwholesome or refuse
flesh, offal, garbage or filth of any kind or nature
w hat soever.
sic 5. It shall be unlawful for anv person to
make 111 any place or suffer to be made upon
his or her premises, within his or her control,
any noise, disorder or tumult to the disturbance
of the public peace, and no person shall utter, in
the hearing of any persons, any hawdv. lewd or
obscene language words 01 epithets, or shall ad
dress to another, or shall 111 te 1 in the presence
"t another any words language or expression
having a tendency to create a breach of peace.
Sec. 6. Any person violating any of the pro
visions of this ordinance shall, uism conviction '
thereof, be fined in any sum not exceeding five
hundred dollars, or be imprisoned in the county
jail for a term not exceeding six months, ov by
Loth such fine and imprisonment.
Sec 7. This ordinance shall take effect and 1
be in force from and after its passage and adopt- j
ion and publication for one week.
SEC. s. The city clerk and clerk of the city 1
council ot the city of Yerington is hereby aathor- I
ixed and oidered to have this ordinance No. 4. j
published in the Lyon Cocntv Times, a weekly
newspaper published in the city of Yerington
for a period of one week.
P.isssed and adopted this loth day of June. A.
D. 1407 by the following vote of the city conn
oilmen:
Ayes—Snyder, Gallagher. Sonne.
Nays—None.
Absent— Ross.
Approved this 10th day of June, 1407, hy
jr’DSON G. k. SMITH.
}seal] Mayor of the city of Yerington.
Attest: W h Powers
CUrk of the council and city of Yerington.
BILL NO 12.
ORDINANCE NO. 10
VN ORINANCE TO ABOLISH OPIUM SMOK
ING DENS AND TO PROHIBIT THE
KEEPING OE PLACES OH RESORT FOR
SMOKING.
The city council ol the city of Yerington do
ordain:
Section i. No jargon or persons shall, within
the limits of the city of Yerington. keep or main
tain or become an inmate of. or visit or contrib
ute to the snpi>ort of any place, house or room
where persons frequent or assemble for the pur
pose of stnokiug opium, or resort to any such
house, place or room lor the purposed indulging
in the use of opium, or any preparation contain
ing opium, by smoking or otherwise, and the
court pronouncing a judgment of conviction
under this ordinance 'hall declaie such opium
and pipes contraband and unlawful, and shall
direct and order that all opium and pipes and
utensils used in smoking opium, taken or found.
!>e destroyed by the officer or person having the
possession thereof as soou as the same, is no
longer necessary for the purpose of evidence.
Sec. 2. Any person who shall violate any of
the provisions of section one of this ordinance
shall, on conviction thereof, be punished by a
tine not exceeding two hundred dollars, or im
prisonment not more than one hundred days, or
by l>oth such fine and imprisonment, in the dis
cretion of the court.
Sec. 3. This ordinance shall take effect and
be in force from and after its |>assage and adopt
ion aud publication for one week.
sec. 4. The city clerk and clerk of the city
council of the city of Yerington is hereby author
lzed and ordered to have this ordinance. No 10.
published in the Lyon County Times, a weekly
newspaper published in the city of Yerington.
for a period of one weel .
Passed and adopted this 24th day of June, A.
1>. 1907, by the following vote of the city coun
cil men:
Ayes—Stiyder. Gallagher. Sonne.
Nays—None.
Abseut— Ross.
Approved this 24th day of June, A. D. 1907. by
JUDSON G. R. SMI • H
|seae] Mayor of the city of Yerington.
Attest: W. K. Powers.
Clerk of the council and city of Yerington. |
BILI. NO. 13.
ORDINANCE NO. II
AN ORDINANCE TO PREVENT THE DE
STRUCTION OF PROPERTY BY FIRE.
The city council of the city of Yerington do
ordain:
Section i. No stovepipe passing through
any wooden wall or roof in the city of Yerington
shall be placed in said wall or roof within less
than three inches of wood or other combustible
substance; and all such stovepipes now in use
iu said city, not in conformity herewith, shall he
made to conform hereto within ten days after
the taking effect of this ordinance. In all such
cases a collar of iron, tin. zinc or eathenware
shall be used so as to prevent any part of any
stovepipe from being nearer than three inches
to wood or any other combustible material.
Sec. 2. It is hereby made the special duty of
the chief of police and police to see that the pro
visions and requirements of the first section of
this ordinance be strictly complied with and
enforced: and when they shall find any stovepipe
used in such manner as to require change in
order to comply with the provisions of this
ordinance, they shall notify the owner thereof to
make the requisite change within ten days after
receiving such notice.
Sec. 3. Hereafter no lamp or gasburner shall
be so arranged or used that the top thereof will
be nearer than three feet to any wood or any
combustible material, and any lamp or gasburner
now in use. not so arranged as to comply here
with, shall be so changed as to comply hereto,
by the owner thereof, within ten days after no
tice by the chief of police or a policeman to
*uch owner to make such change.
Sec. 4. Hereafter all stovepipes put into use
iu any new building shall be put into brick or
stone chimneys or stems.
Sec. 5. A violation of the provisions of this
ordinance shall, on conviction thereof, subject
the offender to a fine of not mere than fifty dol
lars. or to imprisonment in the city jail not
more than twenty-five days, or to !>oth such fine
and imprisonment.
Sec. 6. This ordinance shall take effect and he
in force from and after its passage and adoption
and publication for one week.
Sec 7. 1'hr city clerk and clerk of the city
council of the city of Yerington is hereby au
thorized and ordered to have this ordinance. No.
11; published in the Lyon Cot nty Times, a
weekly newspaper published in the city of Yer
iugton. for a period of one week.
Passed and adopted this 24th day of June, A.
D. 1907, by the following vote of the city coun
ci linen :
Ayes—Sonne, Snyder.
Nays—Gallagher.
Absent— Ross.
Approved this 24th day day of June. 1007. by
Jl'DSON G R SMITH.
[seal] Mayor of the city of Yerington.
Attest: W. F. POWERS,
Clerk of the council and city of Yerington.
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ORDINANCE NO. 12
AN ORDINANCE FOR I MPOl’NDINC. ANI
MALS. AND OTHER MATTERS IN RELA
TION THERETO.
The city council of the city of Yerington do
ordain:
Section i. The chief of police sh'll he ex
officio pound master of the city of Yerington
with the power to appoint one or more assistants
should he deem such necessary, subject to the
provisions of this ordinance.
It is hereby declared to be the duty of the
chief of iiolice to take up and impound, as here
inafter provided, any horse, mule, kitie. ass, hog.
sheep or g.xit that may be found in or upon any
street, alley, public square, or upon any unin
closed lot or grounds, within the corporate limits
of the city of Ycringtan. as defined by an Act of
the Legislature incorporating said city, unless
such animal is securely fastened with a tether
of such length as will prevent such animal reach- ;
ing the streets, alleys or public square.
Sec 2 It shall be the duty of the chief of!
police to procure an inclosure, corral, livery barn
or other suitable place to be used as .t pound for
the safe keeping of all such animals mentioned
in Section I. Such arrangements to be subject to
the provisions of this ordinance and without cost
to the said city.
It is hereby made the duty of the chief of
police to take up and impound in such inclosure
each and every one of the animals named in
Section 1. when found at any time running at
large within the corjKirate limits, but he shall ,
not take up any animal found in the immediate
charge of any person who is driving it in ;
through or from the city.
Sec. r The chief of pocice shall keep a reg
ister book, which be shall deliver to his successor
in office, in which he shall enter a full descrip- j
lion of each animal impounded, with all natural
and artificial marks and brands, with the time
when and place where taken up. and if such
animal shall not have been redeemed hefore i
there may be. in the opinion of the chief of i
police, a probability that the expense for which i
said animal may be liable will exceed the value |
tnereot. ne snail aaveruse tne same, not less'
than three days in some newspaper printed in I
the city, giving in such advertisement a trans- !
cript of the description entered in his register
and a notice that said animal will be sold by him :
to pay charges that have and will have accrued '
against it. with cost, and every sale shall take
place in front of the door of the police court
room between the hours of io o'clock a in and
i o'clock p. m. on a day not less than three ;
nor more than'ten days after the first appearance
of the advertisement, and at the time and place
designated: the chief of police shall, if not pre
viously redeemed, sell the animal at public auc
tion for each, to the highest bidder and upon
payment of the purchase money he shall deliver
the animal with a bill of sale (made in his offic
ial capacity | to the purchaser.
src. 4. Whenever any animal has been sold
or redeemed the chief of police shall enter in
his register, under the same number as its de
scription, the date it was redeemed, if redeemed,
and by whom, and the total costs mid expenses,
specifying each item charged against it and paid ,
the date it was sold, it sold, and to whom, and
for what price,; and the total costs and expenses
specifying each item charged against it. and the
lialance if any. paid to the treasurer.
sec. 5. On the first Monday in each month
the chief of police shall pay into the city treas
ury all moneys arising from the sale of animals
as provided in Section three of this Act. after
deducting therefrom all costs and expenses in
curred in the impounding, keeping anil sale of
said annuals, taking the treasurer's receipt
therefor, a duplicate of which he shall file with
the city clerk and shall at the same time make
out and present to the city council a statement,
under oath, of his transactions of the previous
month, giving the number of each kind of ani
mal impounded, the number sold, the gross
amount realized from such sale the net amount,
if any. paid into the treasury, the total amount
charged by him for feeding and keeping and the
tota^ amount of his other fees; and within three
days after any sale the chief of jrolict shall file
with the city clerk a statement under oath con
taining all the matters required t > be set out in
his register in regard to the animals sold, which
statement shall be numbered to correspond with
the register number of such animal.
Skc. 6. The chief of police shall take diligent
care that no impounded animal is so confined as
to injure itself or to injure another animal, and
he shall not treat, bruise, maim it. or alter it. or
change or deface any mark or brand that may be
on it. or cause or allow it to be beat, bruised, or
maimed, or cause or allow any mark or brand
upon it to be altered, changed or defaced, and
he shall furnish each animal impounded with
sufficient food and water during the time it is in
custody.
Sec. 7. Any impounded animal may be re
deemed and taken away either by the owner
thereof, or by some person duly authorized,
upon the payment of so many of the following
fees and charges as may have accrued, viz: For
taking up and impounding each horse, mare,
gelding, ox. steer, bull. cow. mule or ass, two
dollars, and going price per day each for feeding
and keeping for each day it is in custody: for
taking up and impounding each colt. calf. hog.
sheep or goat, one and 50-100 dollars and going
price for feeding and keeping the same for each
day it is in custody, and in case of redemption
before sale and after advertisement, and one
dollar for making it out. and in case of sale, in
addition to the foregoing fees and charges, the
said chief of police shall beallowed a ommission
of forty per cent up-'ii the gross proceeds of such
sale.
Sue. 8. If at any time within twelve months
after any side as herein provided, any person
shall prove that he or she was the lawful owner
of the animal sold, the city council shall allow a
claim in tavor of such person, payable out of the
common fund, for the particular amount paid
into the treasury 011 account of said animal.
Sec. o If anv person shall interfere with, op
pose or resist the chief of police. 01 any of his
duly authorized assistants, whilst engaged in
performing any duty imposed by this Act. he or
she shall, upon conviction, be punished bv a fine
of not less than twenty nor more than two hun
dred dollars, or by imprisonment not less than
ten nor more than one hundred days, or by both
such fine and imprisonment; and if the chief of
police or any of his assistants shall violate any of
the provisions of this Act. the person violating it
shall, upon conviction thereof, be fined in any
sum not less than twenty dollars nor more than
two hundred dollars, or shall be imprisoned not
less than ten nor more than one hundred days,
or he punished by both such fine and imprison
ment.
Sec. 10. It shall be unlawful for any live swine
to be kept within the city limits.
Sec. 11. Rverv person or persons owning,
possessing, claiming or having a care, charge or
control of any swine, who shall keep or have any
swine within the limits prescribed in section one
of this act. except for the purpose of driving or
carrying them through the city, shall, upon con
viction thereof, be punished by a fine of not less
than ten nor more than five hundred dollars, or
by imprisonment for not less than five nor more
than two hundred days, or by both such fine and
imprisonment, and each day any such swine
shall be kept as aforesaid, whether before or
after conviction, shall constitute a new offense,
punishable in the same manner as aforesaid.
Skc. 12. This ordinance shall take e.ffect and
he in force from and after its passage and adopt
ion and publication for one week.
Sec. ij. The city clerk and clerk of the city j
council of the city of Yerington is hereby au
thorized and ordered to have this ordinance, No,
12. published in the Lyon Covnty Times, a
weekly newspaper published in the city of Yer
ington. for a period of one week.
Passed and adopted this 24th day of fune. A.
D. 1907. by the following vote of the city council
iiiru.
Ayes—Sonne, Gallagher, Snyder.
Nays—None.
Absent—Ross.
Approved this 24th day of June. too-.
JUDSON G. R SMITH, i
[seal] Mayor of the City of Yerington I
Attest: VV. F. Powers.
Clerk of the council and city of Yerington.
BILL NO. is.
ORDINANCE NO. 13
AN ORDINANC E TO ABATE THE NUISANCE J
OF DOGS RUNNING AT LARGE WITHIN
THE LIMITS OF THE CITY OF YERING
TON. LYON COUNTY. NEVADA.
The city council of the city of Yerington do
ordain:
Sec r. Any person keeping any dog or dogs, 1
bitch or bitches, within the corporate limits of |
the city of Yerington shall, on or before the first
day of July of each year, procure from the chief
of police a tag for such dog or bitch for which he
or she shall pay a yearly license of two dollars !
for each dog and threedollars for each hitch.
Sf.c 2. It shall be the duty of the city clerk to !
procure at the expense of the city, and deliver to
the chief of police, such number of suitable tags
as may be required, taking his receipt therefor.
Said tags shall be disposed of bv said chief of
police in the manner hereinafter provided. He
shall also make out and submit to the city coun
cil. at least once in each quarter year, and at any
time when said city council may require it, a ■
verified statement of "his receipts from the sale'
of dog tags, showing the amount paid out or re- 1
tained by him for fees as hereinafter provided,
and the amount paid into the city treasury.
Sec. 3. For each tag sold by the chief of po
lice he shall be entitled to a fee of fifty tier cent.
For each dog killed, removed and buried, the
officer or officers performing that service shall be
entitled to and receive the sum of two dollars.
The fees herein provided for shall be retained
and paid out of the money derived from the sale
ot uog lags i>y me inici oi ponce.
SEC. 4. It shall be the duty of the chief of po
lice to issue said tags and keep a record of the
name of the purchaser of each tag, together with
the number of the tag.
Sec. 5 It shall be the duty of the chief of po
lice and the duty of every policeman to kill
every dog found within the corporate limits of
the city of Yerington wearing no tag, or having
no owner, and remove said dog beyond the city
limits, and bury him.
Sec. r>. It shall be the duty of each and every
person keeping any dog or dogs within the cor
porate limits of said city of Yerington to procure
a tag for each such dog and upon a failure, neg
lect or refusal to procure such tag he shall be
deemed guilty of a misdemeanor, and upon con
viction thereof, shall be punished by a fine of
not exceeding twenty-five dollars, or by impris
onment iu the city jail not exceeding ten days,
or by both such fine and imprisonment.
Sec. 7. Any person or persons who shall be
guilty of counterfeiting the tags herein pro
vided for, with the intention of defrauding the
city, shall be guilty of a misdemeanor, and upon
conviction thereof, sha.l be punished by a fine
not exceeding one hundred dollars, or by im
prisonment in the city jail not exceeding fifty
days, or by both such fine and imprisonment.
Sec. S. This ordinance shall take effect and be
in force, from and after its passage and adoption
and publication for a period of one week.
Sec. 9. The city clerk and clerk of the city
council of the city of Yerington is hereby au
thorized and ordered to have this ordinance No.
13 published in the Lyon County Times, a
weekly newspaper published in the city of Yer
inglon fora period of one week.
Passed and adopted this 24th day of June, A,
D. 1907. by the following vote of the city council
men:
Ayes—Sonne, Gallagher, Snyder.
Nays—None.
Absent—Ross.
Approved this 24th day of June, 1907. by
Jl'DSON G. R SMITH.
[seal] Mayor of the city of Yerington.
Attest: W. F Powers,
Clerk of the council and city of Yerington.
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M. A. 1414.
APPLICATION FOR PATENT.
United states Land Office. I
Carson City, Nevada.
April 25, 1907. j
Notice is hereby given that Henry K. Miller,
whose postoffice address is 435 Ke'.log Street.
Galesburg. Illinois, appearing in this proceed
ing by J. \V. Smith, whose postoffice address is
Yerington, Lyon county. Nevada, has this day
filed his application for a patent on the Copper
Deposit group of claims, consisting of the Cop
per Deposit claim, of 1500 linear feet, with sur
face ground 600 feet in width and the Copper
Chieftain claim with 1500 linear feet and sur
face ground 600 feet in width, bearing copper
and other precious and uselul metals; said group
being situated in the Mason Mining District in
Lyon county. Nevada, and designated by the
field notes and the official plat on file as U. S
Survey No. 2717. in an unsurveved Section in
Township it. North Range 25 East, M. D. M..
said survey being described as follows, to-wit
COPPER DEPOSIT LODE OR CLAIM.
Beginning at I he northeast corner Sec. 36, T.
13, N. R 24 E . M. I). B. 8c M . thence N. 87 deg.
2 min. W. S14.04 feet to Cor. No. 1. thence S. 28
deg. 27 min. E. 600 feet to Cor. No. 2, thence N
61 deg. 33 mm. E. 1500 feet to Cor. No. 3. thence
N. 28 deg. 27 min. W. 600 feet to Cor. No. 4,
thence S. 61 deg. 33 nun. W. 1500 feet to Cor. No.
I.
COPPER CHIEFTAIN LODF. OR CLAIM.
Beginning at the N. E. Cor. of Section 36, T.
13, N. R. 24 E.. M. U. B. & M thence N. 30 deg.
8 min W. 740.58 feet to Cor. No. 1, thence N. 23
deg. 55 min. E. 1500 feet to Cor. No. 2, thence S.
28 deg. 10 E. 600 feet to Cor. No. 3. thence S. 23
deg- 55 min. W. 1500 feet to Cor.- No. 4. and
thence N. 2S deg. 10 min. W. 600 feet to Cor. No.
1.
MAGNETIC VARIATION 17 DEG. 2S MIN. E.
AREA.
Total and net area Copper Deposit
Claim. .. 20.66 Acres
Total area Copper Chieftain Claim . .16.30 Acres
Less area iu conflict with Copper De
posit Claim, this survey. 2.33 Acres
Net area Copper Chieftain.13.97 Acres
Net area of this group.54 63 Acres
The Copper Deposit claim is recorded in Book
B page 642, the Copper Chieftain is recorded in
Book B i>age 644. and an amended notice of the
Copper Deposit is recorded in Book C page 251,
and an amended location of the Copper Chieftain
is recorded in Book C page 251 and a further
amended location of the Copper Chieftain is re
corded in Book C page .all of the location
Records of Lvon county. Nevada.
The adjoining claims as shown by the plat are
the Carbonate unsurveyed and the northerly
corner of the Copper Chieftain touches the cor
ner of the Bluestone patented claim.
Any and all persons claiming adversely any
portion of said Copper Deposit Group of Claims
or surface ground, are required to tile their ad
verse claims with the Register of the United
States Land Office at Carson City, Nevada, in the
County of Ormsby. State of Nevada, during the
seventy days period of publication hereof, or
they will be barred by virtue of the provisions of
the Statute.
It is hereby ordered that the foregoing notice
of application tor 1 latent be published for the
period ol ten consecutive weeks in the Lyon
County fillies a weekly newspaper published at
Yerington, Lyon county. Nevada.
LOUIS J COHN.
Register.
H FILK.1NGTON,
Law Attorney for Applicant.
Date of first publication April 27, 1907.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In the District Court of the Hirst Judicial Dis
trict of the State of Nevada, county of Lyon.
In the matter of the estate ) x.
of J. W. Logan,deceased ) Not,ct‘ to Creditors
Notice is hereby given that the undersigned
was. by the said court, on the fifth day of June
A. D. 1907. duly appointed administratrix of the
estate of J. W. Logan, deceased.
All persous having claims against the said es
tate, are hereby required to file the same with
the necessary vouchers and statutory affidavits
attached, with the clerk of the said court at the
court house at Dayton, Nevada, the same being
the pluce for the transaction of the business of
said estate, within three months from the date of
the first publication of this notice.
Dated June 12, 1907.
SARAH A. 1,<>C. \\
Administratrix of the estate of 1 \v 1
Deceased. ‘ <°gan,
J Walter Hanbv,
Attorney for Administratrix
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Attorney-at-Liaw q
YERINGTON, NEVADA 8
Office Opposite I,von County Bank
Practice in all State and Federal Courts O
and Supreme Court of United States. Q
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John Lothrop^
Attorneyvat'-Law and
Notary Public.
Will practice in all Courts in the State.
Office in the Court House. Dayton. Nevada.
♦ DR. McCOY CHAPPELL, ♦
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♦ Office in the Home Hotel. Main Street ♦
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♦ office in Gem Harher Shop. ♦
♦ Main street. Yerington. Nf*. $
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