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CITY OF PORTLAND.
IN BOARD OF MAYOR AND ALDERMEN,
Ordered, That a committee consisting of two on the part of this Board, and such as the Common Council may join, be appointed, whose duty it shall be to cause the ordinances of the city to be revised, collated and arranged for publication, together with the city charter and such statute laws as are applicable to the affairs of the city.
That the committee shall make report to the city council from time to time any changes required to be made, or deemed necessary to make in the ordinances of the city. And that the committee have power to employ such assistance as they deem expedient to prosecute the work, the clerk hire not to exceed five hundred dollars, the expense to be paid from the contingent fund.
Read and passed; and appointed, on part of this Board, Aldermen Andrews and Chapman. Sent down.
IN COMMON COUNCIL. Read and passed in concurrence; and joined to committee Messrs. Melcher, Duddy and Thurston. Approved, April 7, 1880.