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Longshoreman Injured On Moore's Wharf. While working on Moor*'* wharf la^i ni.hl. J???et>h Held, a iontrihore n .in. wa? hurt :?l?out the hea.1 by Mug accidentally struck by a ?linjr which ? ,i> N'iii^ operaWil on the Karalloo. Ili- Hits taken to the railroad hospital ? here hi* wound waa treated. Mr. Held lately came from Philadel phia. Mo ha* no family in this city. So!. Ian Get Th-lr P?i Tht Mtkliers were )>aiil for the month July yesterday afternoon and pro oe<tle?| at once to |>ut their money in circulation. CARELESS \n Oiiuee <>f Pn-veuliou Is Worth a Pound of (Mire. t it i <>ti ilTonl to have tour valuable ? i| ? t-s nnl other effect* >ou value to ! .y 11 .k bureau drawer or in your when you can gel a box in my ?.i-. . .".it (or a year? You arw l* i feet I v vvuri' from lire, thefl or bur . unl have free acceaa to bos from ' a. ut. to !? |k in. ?I.'W ty have |?|>er* they value ?? I illy, keepaakea that cannot bo r< ; v.-d. Here is a safe place for t hem. IKiays are ilan^erou*. Now la the ti <?: delay may lie the caune of a heavy Iom to you. * ? i:.iw; right now is the appoint J I tun. ? atch on ere too late. Kuclar, liroadway Jeweler. At tk* Putk *? I i,. hMlM ha* just NMMI ,i: .. cmi> _:tiinent of Hermitage whi? ? tnd Imurlion. Thb i? the tin mI of whisky ever brought to ??ji'?ay. Try K. '' Board of Trad* Uf* t inn 'at ion tickets at the Hoanl of Ti .ide ? afe. for N- * Lace i'urtftiq* at E. R. I'eoplea. Stetson hats at Clay son 'a. ? .it c'e.wance sale starts July ?, at the S-attle saloon. CHANGES P. c. Officers Flopped AroauJ. Several of the Pacillc Coast steamer officials are t>einj; changed. Last night O. P. Cuminings, formerly purser on the Al-Ki, wan In charge of that posi- ' tloo ou the Cottage City. Clarence' McGregor, who has been purser for' several years on the steamers, has re signed from the company. Purser Jones, of the Spokane, will be on the Cottage City next trip. Capt. Nicholson, of the Spokane, will | come up next trip on the City of Seat tle rice Capt Cann, transferred to the Spokane. The latter ship is now tied up to a buoy in the Seattle harbor, and her future run has uot been decided upon as yet, although she mar make several trips North when business is good before the season closes. I Lost An Klks' tooth charm. Name en graved. Suitable reward. No ques tion*. Keturn to Daily Alaskan. It W. Jennings. j Nwtles All bills owing to Alaska General Eletric Co. must be paid to me and no contract made with company will be recognized uuless made with me. J. M. Tannic*, Manager Alaska Geu'l Klectric Co. To HoUUr* of School Warrat* School warrants from 1NW to 313, in clusive, will be paid on presentation ' Holders *111 lake notice. Interest ceases on these warrant* Aug. lit, 190S H. H. Dkapkk, Towu Treasurer. Auk. i?, iwh. Oooidoatal Hotel Rooms at 25c, 50c, 75c, ?1.00 and 12.00 per dav, and from 110 to $15 per month. John Wiiajams, Prop. Strength and vigor come of good food, dulv digested. "Force." a ready to-serve wheat and l>arley food. a?Uls no burden, but sustains, nourishes, luvor ates. For Kent and for Sale cards for sale at this office. Karl A Wilson's collars and culls at Coo way's. Fine stationery at Skagway News Co. Wanted -Girl to do general house work. Apply at this office. The leading barbershop and baths. The Principal, opposite Hoard of Trade For Woman's Eye The emollient, sanative, antiseptic, cleansing, ptirifyingand beautifying properties of Cuticura i'oap render It of price less value to women. Millions of Womon Us* Cuticura Soap, assisted by Cuticura Olntmant, for beauti fying the akin, for cleansing the scalp and the stopping of falling hair, for softening, whitening and soothing red, rough hands, for baby rashes, itchings and chaflngs and for all the purposes of the toilet, bath and nursery, as well as In washes for ulcerative weak nesses, and for many sanative, antiseptic purposes which read ily suggest themselves. MILLIONS OF BABIES Tortured with Itching, burning and scaly skin and scalp humours, ec zemas, rashes, Itchings and chaflngs, have found Instant relief and re freshing sleep In a warm bath with Cuticura Soap and a single applica tion of Cuticura Ointment, the great skin cure. This Is the purest, sweetest and most effective treatment for Itch ing, scaly humours, of children and Infants as well as adults, yet com pounded. Cut Kara Hoap. Ointment and Pllla ir? no Id throughout tb# world. Hrltiah Ivpot: -7 221 ChartarbotM* HQ., Uwdoo. Prtftcb l>*pot: ft Xur da la Pali. Parlr I'ottkh Daru AKl> I'HKM- Coir * SoU I'roiM.. Boatoo. I. S. A. Cigars, Tobacco, Etc. Blank Books and Stationery Mjira/.iuoa Itooki ami tho I .atom I-oid li>C Newxpapen I. f. Fairbanks 214-21?> Hroadwav. Phone 00 Tk* Dally AUikan k*a rmltsd an ? MortmBBt of Plat* Tut, tk* r*ry l*t**t tjrp* for ioclitr prlattBR. It I* tk* faskloa. / \ j Notice Extraordinary ! I Men's Wool Suits, coats 35-36 Sizes, $1 j 00 and $16 00 values for $10 00. Double Breasted, Square Cut Corduroy Coat, $16 00 suit for $8 00. Single Breasted, Round Cut $15 suit for $7 50. Boy's Wool Suits, $8 00 and $10 00 values: now $5 & $ 3. 33 13 Per Cent, Off On All Men's Hats. All $1 50 & $1 25 White Shirts Going at $1 00. Corless, Coon & Co's Best Lin en Collars, 2 for 25c. Boy's Lisle Thread Bicycle Hose. 35 & 40c. values. 20c Balbrigan Underwear. $1 00 Per suit. All Tan and Button Shoes at a Great Sacrifice. Two Large Pencil Tablets 5c. Heavy Working Boots and Shoes at Cost. W. H. Robertson] j Carpets J Matting * | Wall Papers . SSSg RUGS In all sizes. "J I 9 ft. to 12 x 12 ft. SPECIAL THIS WKKK? Ruf fled Lac? Curtains, $1 |?ir. IPI GO TO THE i m iiii SCOTT HOTEL Caribou Crossing, Y.T. For the Best Meal Served in Yukon Territory Lunches Put Up SCALP TREATMENT PARLORS Ladies' and Gentlemen Diseases of Hair and Scalp a Spaclalt.v Office Da; i ? Tuesday aiul Friday's Mr*. Thompson, 4th tutd Main. R.W.JENNINGS, Attorney-at-L?w Office:? Boom 7, Railroad Building Ordinance No, 35 An Ordinance Providing for tho Or ganization of the Court of the Munici pal Magistrate of tho Town of Skar way. District of Alaska, and Proscrib ing a Method of Procedure for Causes Therein, and Defining Ortain Duties of the Municipal Marshal and for Other Purposes. Be It Ordained bv the Common Council of the Town of Skagway: Sectio.i No. 1. Time of Holding Court. That tho person elected as municipal magistrate of the town of Hkagway ?hall, during hi* term of office, lie in at tendant dally at tho hour of 2 o'clock p m.excrptSundavsand legal hol'days.and exoept Huch other time ? as he may bo permitted to be absent by said council and at tuch place as the said council ?hall prescribe, for the trial of causes and for the transaction of such business as may properly come before him; no business shall Im transacted by him on Sunday or on a legal holiday, except that h? may Issue warrants of arrest or commitment, receive the verdletsof the jury or order the discharge of a prison er on such days. Scctlon No. 2, * Municipal Marshal, That the person designated as mun icipal marshal shall be tho executive officer of such court He rhall preserve order thorelo, obey its legal mandates, serve lis processes 'ana supoenas, re ceive Into his custody and faithfully keep all offenders, keep a true and oor rect written record of the time of their reception by him, the length of time of tho cominltmoDt and for what offense committed; and at. the expiration of their period of commitment discharge them from custody. >"*ueh record thai I be open to the Inspection of the public at all reasonable hour*. Section No. 3. Magistrate to Act an Clerk. That said municipal magistrate shnll act an the clerk ol his own court anil shall keep all piper* filed with him ax such magistrate. He shall also ?axel* and accurately keep a docket in which sh II be entered the title of every cause brought before him and a true and ehron logical account of each and every proceeding In sucheause. Said files and docket shall be open to the Inspect.on of the public at all reasonable hours Section No. 4, Power of Municipal Magistrate That said municipal magistrate shall have power to hear and determine causes arising under ordinances of said town of Skagway and to punish viola ijoos of such (mlioancoH, ?du ho anal I have t?uch other powers an aro him by ordinance or statue or by impli cation. He shall take jndlclal notice of all ordinances and statutes. Section No. 5. Process and Subpoena Tli at the process and subpoena is;ued by said magistrate shall bo entitled 'In the (.'ourt of the Municipal Magis trate of the Town of Skagwav. Alaska.' The title of all criminal causes shall be "Tho Town of Skagway, u Municipal Corporation, Plaintiff, vs. Defendant.' The process and subpoeuas must be entitled in such court and cause, dated and signed by the magistrate, with his name of office. Suction No. 0. Examination of Informautand his Witnesses. That when complaint Is made to the magistrate of the commission of a vio lation of an ordinance he must examine the informant on oath and reduce his statement to writing and cause the ?me to be subscribed by him and also lake tho deposition of any witnesses that the informant may produce In sup port thereof. Section No. 7, When Warrant of Arrest to Issue. That thercu|ion, If the magistrate be satisfied that the violation complained of has been eommittcu. and lh.it there Is probable cause to believe that the person charged committed It, he must Issue a warrant of arrest. Section No. 3. Dellnatlon and Form of a Warrant. That the warrant of arrest is an or der, In writing, In tho name of the Town of Skagway, signed by the magistrate, with hit name of office, commanding the arrest of the defendant, and may be substantially In tho following form: In tho Court of the Municipal Magis trate of tne Town of Skagway. The Town of Skagway a Municipal Corpo ration, Plaintiff, vs. Defendant To the marshal of the town of Skag way or to any policeman of said town or to the person specially authorl/.ed to serve this warrant: In the name of the Town of Skagway URMTINCi: Information upon oath having been this day laid before me that the offense of In violation of orflnance No has been commit ted, and accislng thereof, you are thcreforo hereby com manded forthwith to arrest the above named and bring him before me at my office In the town of Skagway to be dealt with as by ordi nance and statutes provided. Dated at Skagway, Alaska this day of 11*0- ? Municipal Magistrate. Section No. 9. Service of Warrant: That the p?rson to whom the warrant Is directed shall, ax soou i? practicable, arrest the defendant and brine him be fore aaid magistrate: and shall return ?aid warrant Into said court with his doings thereon endorsed as follows: "1 hereby oertlfy that 1 have executed the within warrant by arreatiog said de fendant and 1 now have him In court." Dated at Skagway this day of 190.. Municipal Marsshal Section No. 10. What Warraut is to Contain. That the warrant must specify the name of the defendant, or if it bo un known, the defendant may be desig nated by a fictitious name, with a state ment therein that his true name is un known, and it must alsostate an offense In respect of which the magistrate has authority to issue a warrant. Section No. 11, Duty of Officer Making Arrest. That the officer or person making the arrest must take the defendant before the magistrate and must at the same timedellvcr to tbc magistrate the war rant with his return endorsed thereon and subacribed by him. Section No. 12. Defendant Must be Taken Before the Magistrate Without Delay. That the defendant must In all casta bo taken before the magistrate without delay. Section No. 13. Every I'orron Bonn J to Aid In Offiocr Making Arrest. That every person must aid an officer In the oxecution of a warrant, or the arrest of an offender without a warrant, a? hereinafter provided, If the officer re quire hU aid In making such arrest. Section No. 14. Officer muat show Warrant and state his Authority If Required. That the officer mast inform the de fendant that he acts under the authori ty of the warrant, unless ho Is making Hitid arrest without a warrant, as here inafter provided, and roust also show the warrant, if required by the defend ant. ?Section No. 16. When an Officer may break open a Door or a Window. That an officer In order to make said arrest may break open anv outeror Inner door or window of a dwelling house or otherwise, If after notloe of his autho rity and purpose, ho bo refused admit tanco;and such officer may break open acy outer or Inner door or window of a dwelling house or otherwise for the pur pose of liberating a person who, n?< - ing entered for the purpose of making an arres, is detained therein, or when necessary for his own liberation. flection No. 10. When any Person may Arrest without a Warrant. That any person may, without a war rant, arrest a person for a crlmo com mitted, or attempted, In his presence; but in such cose he must without un neccaaary delay tako him before the magistrate or deliver him to an otTI M Section No. 17. May break open Door or Window If Ad mlttince Refused. That to make arrest an provided in lout section, a pi-rrM d may break open any door or window, iih provided in Sec. 15, if, afler notice ol his purpose, he be refused admittance. Section No. 18. Officer must Btate his Authority and Cause of A rrest. That excopt when arresting a person without a warrant, the person making the arrest must Inform tho person ar rested of the cause of such arrest, except when he is in the actua' commission of a crime, or is pursued immediately af ter lu commission, or escaped. Section No. 10, When Officer may take before Magis trate Person Arrested by Bystander. That an officer may, without war rant, take before the magistrate a per son, who being engaged In the vio'a tlon of an ordinance, is arrested by a bystunJer and delivered to him. Section No. 20. When Magistrate inav order Arrest for OITcnse Committed in his Presence. That when an offense is committed in the presence of the magistrate he may by verbal or written order com mand any person to arrest the offender, or may himself arrest him and may thereupon procoed as if ihe offender had been brought before him upon a warrant of arrest. Section No. 21. Magistrate to Inform Defendant of the Charge and his right to Counsel. That when the defendant is brought before the magistrate upon an arrest, either with or without wsrrant, on a charge of having committed a violation of ordinance, the magistrate must im mediately Inform him of the charge against him and of his right to the aid of counsel before any further proceed* ings are had. Section No, 22. Time to Send and Sending for Counsel, That ho must allow the defendant a reasonable time to send for counsel, and adjourn the examination for that pur pose, and may upon (he request of the defendant, require an officer to take a message to such counsel if in the town. The oil leer when required by the mag istrate must take the message without | delay. Section No, 23. Trial:? When to 1'rocced, That immediately after the appear ance of counsel, or If aft-'r waiting a considerable time, none appear, or if the defendant do not require counsel, the magistrate must proceed to try the ease. Section No. 24. Trial:? When Completed:? Adjourn ment. That the trial must bo completed at one session unless toe magistrate for good cause stiown adjourn It; and the adjournment canrot Do for more than one day at each time, nor moro than live (5) days In all, unless by couscut or on trotion of the defondant. Section No. 25. On Adjournment the Defendant to be | Committed or give Ball. That If an adjournment bo had tor good cause the magistrate must com mit the defendant for trial, or may, in his discretion, discharge him from cus tody untill the close of the trial, upou his giving ball or depositing money m lieu thereof for his appearance at the time to which the trial Is adjourned. Section No. 20. Form of Commitment. That the commitment for trial is by endorsement signed by the magistrate, on a warrant of arrest, to the following effect: The within named having been brought before me uudei | this warrant, I* committed for trial to the custody of the officer having him in charge. Date day of 190. . Municipal Magistrate Sec lion No. 27. WIiiq Witness Is to be Subpoenaed. That at the trial tlio magistrate must. In the Hr*t place, read to the defendant the statament upon which the warrant of arrest ia Used, and, if tho defendant request it, mutt subpoena the Informant and witnesses so examined. If thev Ix within Ave miles of the place where the magistrate sit'; und if they be with in such distance, be must Issue subpoenas for additional witness when required by.thu informant or defendant; but the fres and mileage for the scrriot and nttandance of only three wltnesso for the defendant are taxable against the town. Section No. 28. Witnesses to be Examined in the I'ro seneo of the Defendant. That the witnesses must be examined in the presence of the defendant and may !>e cross-examined in hi* beha f or against him. Section No. 20. Defendant:? When muat Flood. That when the defendant is brought l>efore Ihe magistrate the complaint or statement must bo read to him and he must bo required to plead thereto. Section No. .10. Defendant may Pinad same Pleas as in lud let menu That tbe defendant may plead the Mine nleas, and In tbe same manner, and with the same effect, an ii|x>n an in dictment. HI* pica, however, m list be oral and entered in tho docket If the defendant refuse to ulaad tbe magis trate in ii Ht enter that fact, together with a plea of "not gtiiity" on his behalf. Section No. 31. Issue: ? How Tried. That upon a plea other than that of guilty, if the defendant do not then de mand a trial by Jury, tbe magistrate must proceed to try the inane; and no jury trijl ii to be allowed in any event unless tbe charge to be tried l? for an offeutte under the lawi of the United Butea applicable to Alaska. Section No. 32. Order to Summon Jury. That if a trial by fury b? demanded and the case be triable by jury as afore said, the magistrate must make an or der in writing directed to tbe marshal commanding him to summon twelve persons to serve as juiors in the action at a time and place to be named there in. 8 ction No. 33. When Jurors Kiqulred to Appear. That the order shall nqnlre the jur ors to appear before the magistrate forthwith, or at some future time to whioh the trial may be postponed. Section No. 34 Officer to Summon Persons Qualified to Serve as Jurors. That the officer nerving the order (or * jury fount do so impartially by select ing ontj such persona aa he knows, or has good reason to believe, are qualified ac cording to law to aerve aa jurors in said magistrate's court, and in the particular action (or which thry are selected. Section No. 36. Order for J ary. How ?erved. That the officer must serve the order by giving notice to each iwrson selected oi the time and place ho is required to appear, and (or what pur|x>se, and re turn the same according to the directions therein, with the names o ( the persons summoned, vended by his own certifi cate. Section No. 30. Defloiency in Jurors. How Supplied: That if a sufficient number o( jurors do not ap)?ar at the time and place re quired, or |f any of those appearing are iieremptorily challenged, or upon] a challenge for cause, are found disqual ified, *he inagia.rate must order the pro Gr officer to summon a sufficient num r o( other qualified persons until the jury is complete. Sec: ion No. 37. Challenges : That each party Is entitled to take challenges for cause and three perempt ory challenges Section No. 38. What ia Ground (or Challenge for Cause, l'remptory Challenges: That in trl Is by jury before said mu nicipal magistrate there shall be allow ed the name ground for challenge for cause as are prescribed by Sec. 124, 126, 12ti and 127, Ch. 14. P. U5 of Carter's Annotated Alaska Code, K I. of 1900; provided that the (act that the pro|x>sed juror is an inhabitant or a tax |>ayer to the Town o( Skagway, shall not be a cause (or challenge. Peremptory chal lenge* are those lor which no cause need beossigneJ. Section No. 30, OrJer o( Challanges. Defendant shall drat, and then the plaint If shall examine onch juror and then pasa him or challenge him (or cause. After the challeoge for cause and when the panel is full of competent and qualified jurors, de'endant may challenge one, then plaintiff one, then de'endant one, then plaintiff one, then defendant one, then plaintiff one, per emptorily, the panel being filled after each challenge. Section No. -10. Conduct of Trial. The trial of criminal cause shall be conducted as trials of criminal causes ?re conducted in the United States Dis trict Court. Section No. 41. Judgment of Conviction. That when the delendant pleads guil ty or is convicted, either by the magis tral* or the jury, the magistrate must give ludgment thereon for such punishment as may be prescribed by ordinance (or the crime. Section No. 42. Judgment o( Acquittal. That when the Jefeudant ia (ound not guilty, either by the insgisiiate or tin jury, he must be immediately dis charged. Section No. 43. Judgment of Conviction. Entry o(. That when a judgment of couviction is given, oither upon a plea of guilty or u|ion a trial the magistrate must entei the same in tbo docket substantially at follows : In the municipal magistrate's court (or the Town of Skagway, District oi Alaska: The Town of Skagway, vs (day ol the month and year). The above named having been brought before me .Municipal Magistrate ol the Town o( Skxgway, iu a criminal action lor the offense of in violation olordiuance No and tlu said having there upou pleaded uot guilty (or aa the cast may be) and duly tried by me (or bj jury as the case may be) and upon such trial duly convicted, I have a 1 judged that he be imprisoned in the town jai. for day Band that he pay the cost; o( the action, taxed at dollars (oi that he pay a fine o( dollars ?nu such costs and be imprisoned in sue!, jail until such flue and coats are paid. not exceeding days, as the case may be). Municipal Magistrate "If the defendant ha* pleaded guilt), instead of tbe paragraph commencing" and the said "and ending' ii, nil such trial duly convicted" the en try must stato substantially an follow*. 'And the aaid having h. ei hereof duly oouvic ed upou a plea o: guilty". Section No. 44. How to be Imprisoned for Kine. If any |>ersoii having been duly coil vis ted as oforenaid aud fined, in an\ ?am, is unable, or unwilliug to p?y sai line, Do shall be imprisoned in said towi jail one (1) day for every two dollars o. naid Hue aud costs. Section No. 45. Judgment of Conviction. How Ktecuted That the judgment must lie executed bj the marshal or any de> uty upon receiving a certified copy ol the entry of judgment; and such copy shall also be deemed an execution against the propeity of tin defendant for tbe purpose of collecting the amount of any floe of costs men tioned therein. Section No. 40 Payment of Klne and Costs. That if tbe fine and ooata, or any part thereof, bo paid before commitment, they mailt bit paid to the magistrate, and thereafter to the officer In whole custody defendant may bo at the time of fliicli payment, which officer molt immedintly pay the name lo the magis trate. Section No. 47. Money Paid on Judgment ot Conviction. That any money paid to the magis trate upon a judgment in a criminal ac? tion muat first be app ied to the cost* of the action, and the whole mm shall be byhimipaid into the town treasury oi Raid town. Section No. 48. Costs. That in each case the magistrate shall assess aa costs such fees as are allowed commissioners and constables in trials before United States commissioners In the District of Alaska, Division No. 1. Section No. 4D. Jurors and W'itneimes. Jurors shall attend and serve, and the witnesses shall attend and testify, when subpoenaed, without any com pen* .tion from the towu; but there shall be taxed as costs two (|2 00) dollars per day for each juror serving and tor each witness testifying, and lb .t amount shall be col' iected from the defendant, if the fine is paid, or shall l? taxed against hi in as costs it the defendant Is lmprisoned].for the tine and costs. Section No. 60. Action to be Tried in one Day, Unlaas. That when the defendant is brought beforo the magistrate the action must be tried within one day thereafter, uuleis continued for good cause thown. Section No. 51. Defendant may give Bail. That at anv time before the com mencement of the trial, or during the DMSrexH thereof tho magistrate may ad defendant to bail. If be require It, and take bail of him accordingly. Section No. 62. Undertaking of Bail. Korm ol. That the bail must be given by a writ ten undertaking executed by OM or more sufficient suritles, approved by the magistrate, and be In substantially tbe '?"ln the Municipal Magistrate's Court for the Town of Skagway, District of A A\.*winal action having been com menced on the day of ? ??? '?y in the magistrate's court as aforesaid, ,?-ingt ,or lhe cr,me ol g ,, .In violation of ordinance No.'. '.'.'.and be having been duly admit ted to bail by said magistrate In the sum of dollars. , We, ?n<1 l5 by undertake that the above named. ... shall sppear at ithe time and niace flxed for trial of the above men & action, and shall at all times ren der himself amenable to tbe 0" ler and process of said couit, and if convicted shall appear lor judgment and aurnn der himself in exmitionlhrreol, or if ho f?H to perform either of tnese conditions that we will pay to the Town of sksgway. a municipal corporation du ly, regularly and legally owiwd un der the laws ol lhe I nited States applic able to Alaska, tbe sum of dollars. . . . 1 lated at Skagwav, Alaska, this d?y of 19?. . Section No. 53. Proceeding, ii the Defendant do not l>ive Bail. That if the detendant do not give bail when broeght before the magistrate, or during the progress of the be committed to jail to answer the ac tion as the magistrate may direct. Section No. M. Form ol Commitmenti That the commitment must be signed by the magistrate, with his name o? o ? uce, and may b? substantially ai (ol '"Tnthe Municipal Magistrate's Court for the Town of Skagway, District ol A1DiWlTie name of the Town of skagway: To tho Marshal ?f said Town, or any '^An' order having this day been imsd# by me that trial in a criminal action against for the crime ol in violation of ordinance No. ..you ?? hereby commandea to receive bun into your tUBlody and detain him according ly, or until he be otherwise legally discharged. , . Dated at Skagway this day 1?0.. Municipal Magistral# Section No, 55. Special Deputies. That whenever it appears to the mag islrale that any process, ordor or sub ?Miciia authorised to be issued or m*M SX. ordinance, will not be served ^for tbe want of an otticer, such magistrate may appoint any su.Uble person, not belLg u party to tho action, to -nine Such appointment may be mad* by an endorsement on the process or or der in substantially tbe and signed by U? magistrate with hia name ol ollice: . 1 hereby appoint ... . . . . . - ? ?????*? Ihe within process, order or subpoena (as the case may be). Municipal Magistrate. Section No. 50, Appeals and Stay of Kxecutiou. That in ci se of appeal from tlie judg meat ul Mm uuinioipnl magistrate in ? cHmi ai case, a supersedeas or stay of exo.ution in not obtained unless the de fendant wltbla the time allowed bylaw, make and tilo with the magistrate hi* bond iu the sum o.' $260.00, if iniirlson ment !>?? adjudged and iu double the ?mount of ue line, if a Hue b<? imposed, conditioned that he will abide by and lierform tho judgment of ?aid magis irate, if the same be approved, and fa default thereof, that he will pay to Mid, the town of Skagway. the amount earn ed In said bond as a jxnalty thereof; and iu addition to the giving of ?aid bond, lie sball take such other steps to perfect his appeal, as are required by itie laws relating to apiieals from the judgment of magistrates acting as just ices of the peace in criminal cases. Section No. 57. Civil Action. llut civil action before said municip al magistrate and appeals from bis judg ment in civil actiou shall be begun and prosecuted in all respects conformable to the proceedings laid down in Carter's Annotated Code of Alaska, edition ot 1900 for civil actions before and appeals from judgments of commissioners acting as justices uf the peace| and the forms and provisions prescribed hereby are hereby adopted, mutatis mutandis' Section No. 58. He|>ealiiig Clause. That all ordinances and parts of ordi nances in conflict herewith aro hereby re|>ealed . Section No. AO. When to take Ktfect. That this ordinance shall take effect and be in force from and af or its pas sage by the council aud approval by the mayor, Passed the council July 20tb, 1903. W. 8. McKkan, City C erk. Approved by me July 20*.h, 190 J. f, 8. Keller, Mayor and President of the Council.