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fifty dollars will be imposed upon any person-violating said ordinance. In advocacy of this ordinance, Mr. Scott stated that instances had come to light where persons had bought wood from the city yard and resold it at three dollars per stick. The Council also suspended the rules in order to permit Mr. Scott to offer an ordinance prohibiting the keeping of explosive missiles on private premises upon a penalty of fifty dollars. The ordinance was read by its title and passed. Mr. Denoon introduced an ordinance concerning the use of the city water, increasing the rates, from and after the 1st of March next, one hundred per cent. --The rules were suspended, and the Council, by unanimous consent, passed the same. The report of the City Gauger, certifying that his receipts for gauging liquors, etc., for the past six months, ending January 1st, 1865, amounted to three thousand, six hundred and sixteen dollars, was read by the President. An application for assistance