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Alaskan Klk Makes a Great Hit at Baltimore. List month the ^raod lodge of Klk* lift at Baltimore. Skyway and Ju neau Klk lodges were represented by Judge IVIaney. The day the lodge meeting opened Judge lVluif v, who la one of the best Northarn orators, made a speech from the gall ry of the auditorium to which the lodge met that carried the fcUka off their feet b.v storm. A sixviai committee was appointed to escort the judge to the stage, where t lie mayor of Baltimore gate him the key of t he city The coteroor of Mary land. who is one of the Best People On Karth, was on the stage, and he rose i<l in a neat speech said that he was i.ot going to be outdone by the mayor of Baltimore, and he presented Judge IVIaney with the key of the state. Judge IVIaney poured hot shot into ?le Kllu aliout Alaska and made the Kikt the Wrongest supporter* of Alas ka th.it can be found anywhere. Jud)>e IVIaney has just rv turned from the Kast and is at Junsau. PYROGRAPIIY Ih i lie Very Latest Art of Decorating. I'y rography is the art of decorating ? *1, leather or cardboard by menu of h* .it. The design being burnt Into the article to be decorated, producing a \ rr\ pretty effect. It ta very simple and anyone can leara to do it with one of our out tit*. We have a few outfit* and also some articles all ready to be burnt, ahich will be sold for the same price tli.it you woukl have to pay In l\ K K::kn, Cold arc.' S"< ""smlth. At lk< Puitk.M The I'antheoo has juat received a consignment of UiTtuitage whls k>< i-M' and bourbon. This is the flu . ? -ki .\er brought to skagw.it>. Try It. tf Board of Trade Cafe Commutation tickets at the Hoard of Tr.ule fafe, *?">.? for Great clearance sale starts July #, at I the Seattle saloon. UP EARLY I Wedding of Skngw*y Pastor at 5 A. M. The Juneau Dispatch in lu account of the wedding of He?. James Thom son, haw the following to nay: "The I lev. J amen Thomson, pastor of tfie I'reabyteriwn church at Skagway, recontly from Seattle, and Mis* Kthel Emma lilanchanl, were married at 5 o'clock, last Tuesday morning, at the Congregational parsonage at Douglas, lie*. Thomas Coyle performing the ceremony. Mis* Hlanchard came in ou the Cottage City froin her home In Se attle, where she waa the choir leader In Kei. Thornton'* former church. She waa popular among a large circle of friends who itaw her olT on the Cot* tage City and supposed she waa merely going to Skagw?y for a brief vacation and had no suspicion of her approach ing marriage The bride waa dreased in a pearl fray cloth traveling auit. After a wedding breakfaat the couple took the Cottage City from Juneau for Skagway." Nolle* All billa owing to Alaska General Klotric Co. rau?t be paid U) nio and no contract made with company will be recognized unless made with lue. J. M. Tannkr, Manager Alaska Geh'l Klectrlc Co. Te HeMUrs of School WarraU School warrants frotn 29M to 313, in dual re, will be palil on presentation Holders will take notice. Interest cea?es on these warrants Aug. 1?, 1W3. | U. H. UkaI-kk, Town Treasurer. Aug. IV, 1903. Lost An Elks' tooth charm. Name en graved. Suitable reward. No ques tions. Return to Dally Alaskan. It W. Jennings. The Royal Laundry cannot be ex- | celled. They suit your taste and con- ( venience and lit you In prices. Phone V7, next to electric plant. Strength and vigor come of good food. duTv digested. "Force," a ready to-serve wheat and barley food, add* no burden, but sustaius, nourishes, invor ates. For Rent and for Sale cards for sale at this office. Fine stationery at Skagwa.v News Co. Wanted? Girl to do general house work. Apply at this office. The leading barbershop and baths. : 1 The lYtnclpal, opposite Hoard of Tvade 1 1 For Woman's Eye Theeniollient, sanative, antiseptic, cleansing, purifyingand beautifying properties of Cuticura ?oap render it of price less value to women. Millions of Womon Uh Cuticura Soap, assisted by Cuticura Ointment, for beauti fying the skin, for cleansing the scalp and the stopping of falling hair, for softening, whitening and soothing red, rough hands, for baby rashes, Itchings and chafings 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. Itching* and.chaflngs, have found Instant relief and re freshing sleep In a warm bath with Cutlcura Soap and a single applica tion of Cutlcura 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. C?tlr?ri Soi?, < ilntm.nl ?d.1 Fills tbnMUkovl tb? world HrtlUti Itopot: *7 JS fkartrrboM* *).. 1-n.lou. Kr??ch l*p<MI # Rue ito li Pill. Pifli Pl?rr?? AND ClIKM- Com* ? !*?u I'ruM . llu?t<>u. |J. II. A. Cigars, lobacco, Etc. Blank Books and Stationery Magazines Books and the latest Lead ing Newspapers I. f. Fairbanks !U-21? Broadway. Phone 90 Tha Dally Aliiki! hM r?o?lT?d an iHortMiBt of Plat* Text, tk? T.rj IttMl t rp? prl?U?*. It is tka fashion. ^ 1 | Notice Extraordinary ! [ Men's Wool Suits, coats 36-36 Sizes, $lo 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 26 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. |B"?STr W. H. Robertson] smbnmshmmmmmmmmmmmi I Carpets ' Matting m : Wall Papers . RUGS Id all size*. 7J x 9 ft. to 12 x 12 ft. SPECIAL TUIS WEEK Ruf- | fled Lace Curtains. II pair. ! IMS l( Lv bbv/ I GO TO THE 1 Slf HI SCOTT HOTEL Caribou Crossing, Y.T. For the Bent Meal Senred in Yukon Territory Lunches Put Up SCAIP TREATMENT PARLORS Ladies' and Gentlemen Disease* of Ilalr ami Scalp a Specialty Office Days? Tuesday aiul Friday's Mrs. Thompson, 4th ami Main. R.W.JENNINGS, Attorney at- Law Offlca:? Room 7, Railroad Building Ordinance No. 35 An Ordinance Providing for the Or ganization of the Court of the Munici pal Magistrate of the Town of Skag way, District of Alanka. and Prescrib ing a Method of Procedure for Causa* Therein, and Defining Certain Dutle* of the Municipal Marshal and for Other Purposes. lie It Ordained bv the Common Council of the Town of Skagway: Section No. 1. Time of Holding Court. That the person elected as municipal magistrate of tho town of Skagway ?hall, during his term of office, ho In at tendance daily at the hour of 2 o'clock p m.exoept Sundays and legal hoi 'days, and except such other tltnrs as ho may Ik: permitted to be absent by said council and at such place as the said council shall prescribe, for tho trial of causes and for the transaction of such business as may properly come before him; no business shall be transacted by him on Sunday or on a legal holiday, except that he may Issue warrsuts of arrest or commitment, receive the verdictaof the jury or order tho discharge of a prison er on such days. Section No. 2, Municipal Marshal. That tho person designated as mun icipal marshal shall be the executive officer of such court He shall preserve order thoreln, oboy Its legal mandates, serve lis proccHsua tin J tupoenas, re ceive Into his custody and faithfully keep all offenders, keep a true and cor rect written rcoord of the time of their reception by him, tho length of time of tho commitment and for what offense committed; and at tho expiration of their period of commitment discharge them from custody. Such record shall be open to tho inspection of tho public at all reasonable hours. Section No. 3. Magistrate to Act as Clerk. That said municipal magistrate *hall act an the clerk of Ms own court anil shall keep all papers filed with him as such magistrate. He shall also safely anil accurately keep a docket in which sh II be entered the title of evory cause brought before him and a true and ohron logical account of each and every proceeding In suchcause. Said hies and docket shall be open to th? Inspect.on of the public at all reasonable hours. Section No. 4, Power of Municipal Magistrate That said innnlclpal maglttrate shall have power to hoar and dotermine causes arising under ordinances of aald town of Skagway and to punish viola tions of such orjlnances, and he shall have such othe.- powers as are given him by ordinance or statue or by impli cation. He shall take judicial notice of all ordinances and statutes. Section No. 5. Process and Subpotni. That the process and subpoena istned by said magistrate shall be entitled ?In the Court of the Municipal Magis trate of the Town of Slcagwav. Alaska. The title of all criminal causes shal De "The Town of Skagway, a Municipal Corporation, Plaintiff, vs. Defendant*' The process and subpoenas must be entitled in such court and cause, dated and signed by the magistrate, with In* name of office. Section No. t). (examination of Informant and 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 red uoo his statement to writing and cause the samo to be subscribed by him and also take the deposition of any wltnesso. that the informant may produce In sup port thereof. Section No. 7. When Warrant of Arrest to Issue. That thereii|>on, If the magistrate be satisfied thai the violation complained of liaslwon committed, and tint there Is probable cause to believe that the person charged committed it, he must issue a warrant of arre-t. Section No. 8. Defioatlon and Form of a Warrant. That the warrant of arrest Is an or der, In writing, In the name of the Town of Skagway, signed by the magistrate, with his namo of offlce, commanding the arrtst of the defendant, and may be substantially in the following form: In the Court of the Municipal Magis trate of Me 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 policcman of said town or to the person specially authorized to serve this warrant: In the name of the Town of Skagway okketing: Information upon oath having been this day laid before me that the offense In violation of Ordinance No has been commit ted, and aco wing thereof, you aro therefore hereby com manded forthwith to arrest the above namod and bring him before me at my olllce in the town of Skagway to be dealt with as by ordi nance and statutes provided. Dated at Skagway, Alaska thla day of IW.. Municipal Magistrate. j Seciion No. ?. Service of Warrant: That the person to whoio the warrant la directed shall, an soon as practicable, arrest the defendant and bring him be fore said magistrate: and shall return said warraul into said court with his doings thoreon endorsed as follows: "1 hereby certify that t have executed the within warrant by arresting said de fendant and I now have him In court." Dated at Skagway this day of 190 . Municipal Marssbal Section No. 10. What Warraut is to Contain. That the warrant must specify the name of the defendant, or if it be 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 also slate an olTense In respect of which the magistrate has authority to Issue a warrant. Section No. 11, Duty of OfBoer Making Arrest. That the officer or person making the arrest must take the defendant before the magistrate and must at the same time deliver to the magistrate the war rant with his return endorsed thereon and subscribed by him. Section No. 12. Defendant Must be Taken Before the Magistrate Without Delay. That the defendant must in all casta be taken before the magistrate without delay. Section No. 13. Ever; Perron Bound to Aid In Offioer Making Arrest. Tnat every person must aid an officer in the execution of a warrant, or the arrant of ?n offender without a warrant, as hereinafter provided, if the offioer re quire his aid In making ?uch arrest. Section No. 14. Officer must show Warrant and state his Authority if Required. That the officer mail Inform tho de fendant that he acta under the authori ty of the warrant, unleas he is making mild arrest without a warrant, as here inafter provided, and must alio show the warrant, if required by the dtfend ant. Section No. 15. When an Officer may break open u Door or a Window. That an officer In order to make said arrest may break open any outer or inner door or window or a dwelling houae or othcrwiso, If after notlco of nls autho rity and purpose, he be refuted admit tance; and auch officer may break open acy outer or inner door or window of a dwelling house orotherwlae for the pur pose of liberating a person who, nam ing entered for the purpose of making an arrcs, la detained therein, or when neceaaary for hi* own liberation. Section No. 16. When any Person may Arrest without a Warrant. That any person may, without a war rant, arrest a person for a crime com mitted, or attempted, in his presence; but in such case ne must witnout un necessary delay lako him before the magistrate or deliver him to an offi cer. Section No. 17. May break open Door or Window If Ad mittance Refused. That to make arrest as provided in last section, a person may break open any door or window, as provided in Sec. 15, if, after notice of his purpose, he be refused admittance. Section No. 18. Offlccr must state his Authority and | Cause of Arrest. That except when arresting a person I without a warrant, the person making | the arrest must Inform tho person ar rested of the cause of such arrest, except I whon he is in tho actual commission of ] a crime, or is pursued immediately af ter its commission, or escaped. Section No. 10. Whon Officer may take before Magls- 1 trate Person Arrested by Bystander. That an officer may, without war rant, take before tho magistrate a per son, who being engaged in the vlo'a tlon of an ordinance, is arrested by a bystanjor and delivered to him. Section No. 20. When Magistrate uiav order Arrest for | Offense Committed In his Presence. That when an o (Tense 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 ami may thereupon proceed as if ihe offender had Itcen brought before him upon warrant of arrest. Section No. 21. Magistrate to Inform Defendant of the I Charge and his right to Counsel. That when the defendant is brought | before the magistrate upon au arrest, either with or without wurrant, 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 arc had. Section No, 22. Time to Send and Bonding for Counsel, That he must allow the defendaut a reasonable time to send for counsel, and | adjourn the examination for that pur pose, and may upon the request of the delendaut, require an officer to take a message to such counsel if In the town. The officer when required by the mag istrate must take the message without | delay. Section No. 23. Trial:? When to Proceed, That Immediately after the appear ance of counsel, or if aftor waiting a considerable time, none appear, or if the defendant do not require counsel, the magistrate must proceed to try the case. Section No. 24. Trial:? When Completed:? Adjourn ment. That tho trial must bo completed at ono session unless tac magistrate for good cause shown adjourn it; and the adjournment canrot be for more than ono day at each time, nor more than five (6) days In all. unless by consent or on motion of the defendant. Soction No. 25. On Adjournment tho Defendant to be| Committed or give Bail. That if an adjournment be had for good cause the magistrate must com mit the defendant for trial, or may, in his discretion, discharge him from cus tody untlll the close of the trial, upon his giving ball or depositing money in lieu thereof for his appearance at the time to which the trial is adjourned. Section No. 20. Form of Commitment. Thfct the commitment for trial Is b.v | endorsement signed by the magistrate, on a warrant of arrest, to the following | effect: The within named having been brought before mo undoi this warrant, is committed for trial to I the custody of the offlccr having him in charge. Date day of ....1D0. . Municipal Magistrate Section No. 27 . When Wltnom la to be Subpoenaed. That at the trial the magistral e must, In the ttrta place, read to the defendant the statement upon which the warrant of arrest is iaaed, and, If the defondant request it, must subpoena the Informant ami witnesses so examined. If thev be w'.thln live miles of the place where the magistrate sits; and If they be with In such distance, he must Issue subpoenas for additional witness when required by.the Informant or defendant: but the fees and mileage for the service and attandancoof only three wltncxso for the defendant are taxable against the town. Section No. 28, Witnesses to be Kxainined io the I're sence of the Defendant. That the witnesses must bo examined In the presence of the defendant aud may be cross-cxamlned in hla beha f or against him. Section No. 29. Defendant:? When must Plead. That when the defendant is brought before the magistrate tho complaint or statement must be read to him and he must be required to plead thereto. Section No. 30. Defendant may Plaad same Pleas as In Indictment. That the defendant way plead the satne pinna, ami in the game manner, and with the same rffect, an upon an in dictment. Hid pi a, however, munt be oral and entered in the docket It the defendant refuse to plead the magit i rut.' must enter that (act. together with a plea of "not guilty" on his behalf. Section No. 31. Isiue:? How Tried. That upon a plea other than that of guilty, If the defendant do not then de mand a trial by Jurv, the magistrate must proceed to try the Issue; and no jury trial is to bo allowed in any event unleea the charge to he tried la for an ofTonae under tho lawn of the United Sutea applicable to Alaaka. Scctlon No. 32. Order to Summon Jury. That if a trial by Jury b: demanded and tho caae be triable by jury ns afore said. the magistrate must make au or der in writing directed to the mari-hal commanding him to Rummon twelve persona to serve aa jurors in the action at a time and place to be named there in. S<ction No, 33. When Jurors Required to Appear. That the order shall rt quire tho jur ors to appear before the magistrate forthwith, or at some future time to which the trial may be poetpoued. Section No. 34 Officer to Summon Persona Qualified to Serve as Jurors. That the officer serving the order for r jury muat do so impartially by select ing only such persons aa he knows, or bus good reason to believe, are qualified ac cording to law to serve aa jurors in laid magistrate's court, and in the particular action for which they are Delected. Section No. 35. Order for Jury. How aerved. That the officer muat serve the order by giving notice to each person selected ot the time ami place lie is required to appear, and for what purpose, and re turn the same according to the directions therein, with the names of the persons summoned, verified by his own certifi cate. Section No. 30. Dofioicncy in Juror*. How Supplied: That if a sufficient number of jurors do not ap|?ar at the time and place re quired, or jf any uf those appearing are peremptorily challenged, or upon] b challenge (or cause, are found disqual ified, *he inttgis rate must ordrr the pro per officer to summon a sufficient num ber of 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 |>erempt ory challenges Section No. 38. What is Ground for Challenge for Cause. I'rem| tory Challenges: That in tri .Is hy jury before ?aid mu nicipal magistrate tin re shall bo allow ed tho same ground for challeuge for cause as are prescribed hy Sec. 124, 125, 126 and 127, Ch. H, P. thiol Carter's Annotated Alaska Code, K I. of 1!**); provided tlmt the fact that the promised juror is an inhabitant or a tax payer to the Town of Skagway, shall nut lie a cause for challenge. Peremptory chal lenge* are those lor which no cause need be assigned. Section No. 39, Order of Challenges. Defendant shall first, and then the plaintiff shall examine each juror and then pass him or challeuge him for cause. After tho challenge for cauhe and whm the panel is full of competent and qualified jurors, defendant uiay challenge one, then plaiutltT one, then de.'ondant one, then plaintiff one, then defendant one, then plaintiff one, per emptorily, the panel being tilled after each challenge. .Section No. 40. Conduct of Trial. The trial of criminal cause sha'i be conducted as trials of ctiniinal causes ?re conducted in the Unitod States Dis trict Court. Section No. 41. Judgment of Conviction. Tiiat when the defendant pleads guil ty or is convicted, either hy the magis trate or the jury, the magistrate must give judgment thereon for such punishment as may be proscribed by ordinance for the crime. Section No. 42. Judgment of Acquittal. That when the defendant is found not guilty, either by the magistrate or the jury, he must be immediately dis charged. Section No. 43. Judgment of Con viciton. Entry of. That when a judgment of conviction is given, either upon u plea of tcuiliy or upon a trial the magistrate must enter the same in the docket substantially as follows : In tho municipal magistrate's court for the Town of Sltagway, District oi Alaska: The Town of Skagway, v? (day of the month aud year). The above named having been brought before me Municipal Magistrate ot the Town of Skyway, in a criminal action lor the offense of in violation of ordinance No and the said having there upon pleaded not guilty (or as the cast may be) and duly tried by me (or bj jury as the case may be) and upon such trial duly convicted, 1 have aijudgetl that he be imprisoned in the town jaii for days and that he pay the cost: of the action, taxed at dollars (oi that he pay a line of dollars ami such costs aud be imprisoned in such jail until such flue and coats are paid not exceeding days, as tho caw may be). Munici|>nl Magistrate. "If the defendant has pleaded guilt), instead of tbe paragraph commencing" and the said "and ending' upou such trial duly convicted" the en try must stale substantially as follows: ?'And ihe said. having h.ei herool duly oonvic.ed upou a plea 01 guilty". Section No. 44. How to lie Imprisoned for Kine. If auy person having been duly con rioted us aforesaid and lined, in an* <11111, is uuahic, or unwilling to i>oy sai tine, no shall be imprisoned in said towi jail one (1) day for every two dollar* oi said Due and costs. Section No. 45. Judgment of Couvlction. How Kiecutcd That the judgment must t>e executed hj the marsnalorany det uty ii|*>n receiving a certified copy o| tlie entry ol judgment; and anch copy shall also he deemed an execution against the propeity of tin defendant for the purixMo of collecting the amount of any tine of costs men tioned therein. Section No. 40 Payment of Kine and Coat*. That if tbe fine aud costs, or any part I hereof, be paid before commitment, they matt bo paid to the magistrate, ami thereafter to the officer in whoa* ?WtOdr defendant may be at the time of such payment, which officer muit iinmediatly pay the name lo the magi* trate. Section No. 47. Money Paid on Judgment ol Conviction. That any money paid to the magis trate npon a judgment in n criminal ac tion must firnt lie app led to the coats of the action, and the whole sum shall be byhim>paid into tbe town treasury ot said town. Section No. 48. Coats. That in each case tbo magistrate shall asses* as coets aucb fees as are allowed commissioner* and constables in trials before United States commissioners In tbe Distrct of Alaska, Division No. 1. Section No. 49. Jurors snd Witnesses. Jurors shall attend and serve, and tbe witnesses shall attend and testify, when subpoenaed, without any compensation from the town; bat there shall be taxed as costa two (?-' 00) dollar* per day for each juror serving and lor each witness testifying, and tti.it Amount shall be col lected from tbe defendant, if the line i* paid, or shall be taxed avainst hi in as costs it the defendant is iuipiisone<lj.for the line and costa. Section No. 50. Action to be Tried in one Day, Uule**. That when the defendant is brought before the magistrate the action must be tried within one day thereafter, unlets continued (or good uauae shown. Section No. 61. Defendant may give Dai I. That at any time before the com mencement of the trial, or during tbe progress thereof the magistrate may ad mit the defendant to bail, if he require it, and take bail of him accordingly. Section No. 62. Undertaking of liaii. Form of. That the bjil mu-t be given by a writ tun undertaking executed by one or more sufficient suritles, approved by tbe magistrate, and bo In substantially tbe following form: "In the Municipal Magistrate'* Court for the Town of Skagway, District of Alaska A rnminnl action having been com menced on the day of 190. . iu tbe magistrate's court as aforesaid, against for tbe crimo of in vIolatioD of ordinance No. and he having been duly admit ted to bail by said magistrate in the gum of dollars. Wo and here by undertake l hat tho above named. . . . shall appear at |the time and place fixed for trial of the above men tioned action, and shall at all limea ren tier himself amenable to tho order and process of sajd couit, and if convicted shall ap|iear for judgment and surren der bllBMll in execution thereof; or if he fail to perform either of tbeso Uona that we will pay to the Town of Sktigway, a municipal corporation du ly, regularly and legally organized un der the laws ol the L'nited States applic able to Alaska, the sum of dollars. Dau-d at Skagway, Alaska, this d y of 190.. Section No. 63. Proceeding, if the Defendant do not give Kail. That if the defendant do not give bail when broeghl before the magistrate, or daring the progress of the trial, he mint bo committed to jail to answer ihe ac tion as the magistrate may direct. Section No, fit. Form oi Commitment! That the commitment must lie signed by tlie magistrate, with hia name ol of lice, and may lie substantially a* fol low,: In the Municipal Magistrate's Court for the Town of Skagway, District of Alaska. In the name of the Town of Skagway : To I ho Marshal of said Town, or auy Deputy : An order having Una day been made by me that be committed for trial In a criminal action aitainat aaid for the crime ol in yloUtiou of ordinance No. . .you are hereby commander to receive bun into your custody and detain him according ly, or until he be otherwise legally discharged. Dated at Skagwav this day of 1U0.. Municipal Magistrate Section No, 55. Special Deputies. That whenever it appears to the mag istrate that any process, order or sub poena authorized to be iasuid or made ?>y this oidinauco, will not be served for the want of anollicer, such magistrate may appoint any suitable portion, not being a party to the action, to serve the #anw Such appointment may be mad* by an endorsement on the process or or der in substantially the following form, and s gued by the magistrate with hi* uauie of otlice: 1 hereby appoint to serve the within process, order or subpoena (as tbe esse may bei. Municipal Magistrate. Section No. 60, Appeals and Stay of Execution. Thai in ci.se of appeal from the judg incut of the niuuici|>ul magistrate in a crimi. ai case, a supersedeas or stay of exe.ution in nut obtained unless the do iciidaiit within t lie time allowed by law, make and tile with the magistrate his uond iu the Hum u! ??0.00, u inprison meut be adjudged and in double the ? mount of lue due. if a line ba ini|>o*ed, .-onditioued that he will abide by and perform the judgment of tald inagis rate, if thesume be approved, and in lefault thereof, that he will i>ay to said, .be town of Skagway. the amount nam ;d in said bond as a penalty thereof; ind iu addition to the giving o( taid ooud, he shall take tucli other steps to ,wrfect bin appeal, us are required by .lie laws relating to api>eals from tbe judgment of magistriies acting as just tew "f t lie pMM in criminal ewes. Section So. 67. Civil Action. I li.it civil action before said municip il magistrate and appeals from biir judg ment ill civil actiou shall be beguu and proseou '.ed iu all reit>ects conformable .o the proceedings laid ilown In Car.er's Annotated Code ot Alaska, edition of i900 for civil actions before and ap|K*Is roni judgments of commissioners acting is jus. ices i.f the peacej and the lornia i Mil provisions prescribed hereby are lereby adopted, mutatis mu audis! Section No. W. Hepcaling Clause. That all ordinances and parts of ordi nances in conflict herewith are hereby repealed . Section Xo. W. When to uko Kffict. That this ordinance sh?ll take effect and be iu force from and af.er it* |>as <agoby the council and approval by the mayor, l'assed the council July 2i)tb, 1903. W. S. MoKean, City Cierk. Approved by me July 20J>, 190J. f,. S. Kellkr, iUyor aud ('resident of tbe 0 illicit.