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THE NEW YORK
ASTOS, LENOX AND
* A copy of the record of any ordinance or resolution heretofore passed and recorded, or that may hereafter be passed, certified by the Clerk and verified by the seal of the city, any copy thereof published in the official paper of the city or printed in the books containing the official proceedings of the City Council, or published in any compliation of ordinances made under direction of the City Council, shall be prima facie evidence of the contents of such ordinances and of the regularity and legality of all proceedings relating to the adoption and approval thereof, and shall be admitted as evidence in any court in this State without further proof."-Sec. 10, Chap. IV., City Charter.
"All books and pamphlets published, or which may be published, purporting upon their title page to be published by the authority, order or direction of the City Council, and purporting to contain the ordinances of said city, standing rules and orders of said City Council, or either, are hereby declared to be competent and prima facie evidence of the contents of such ordinances, standing rules and orders of any resolutions or other matters purporting to be the acts of said City Conncil, which may be found printed therein, and of the due and legal adoption, approval and publication thereof."-Sec. 2. Chap. XI., City Charter.
OFFICERS OF THE CITY, 1884-85.
GEO. A. PILLSBURY,
MAYOR. PRESIDENT OF THE COUNCIL.
First Ward-E. F. Comstock, M. W. Glenn, Titus Mareck.
City Comptroller-Wm. B. Hill.