||; Sec. 27. â€¢ To provide, for the inspecting [and â€¢nifcasuf- MeMurJn. of ing of lumber, and other buildingimaterials, and ;for the lumbers â- "-; measurement of all kinds of m.eclxanical-wprk.;; â- .., aw;--! '"'-'ii Sec. 2.8.. To provide for the. inspection ah(l Weighing weighing hay. of bay, lime,: .pit â- qo.al, and- measuring ^f, charcoal, fire wood and other fuel, to be sold,or used.within the ;cjtyi Sec. 29. To provide for and;.r;egulate the. inspection inspection of of tobacco, and of bee', pork, flour,, meal; also .beer, tobacco# and whisky, ;brandy, and all other spirituous and fermented liquors. ...I :;; â- : i r .; â- -,..,:.. â- '; :â- !>â- 'â- ..'â- ''> ^t-n'VXs'^ Sec. 30. . To regulate the weights, quality, and price Astob,rea4/ of bread, sold and used in, the.city. , â- â- Sec. 31.; .To provide.for taking tbe enumeration .of census, the inhabitants of the city. ... ;,, â- ;â€ž ... iiin â- . , " .;,_, Sec. 32. To fax the compensation of a.H city officers,: Regulate fees. and regulate the fees of jurors, witnesces and others, for services rendered, under this act or any city ordinance. Sec., 33. The city council shall have exclusive power .,, â€¢ ,i 'i"t. t l v l.i â€¢ Other powers. within the city by ordinance, to license, regulate, suppress, or restrain billiard tables, and from [one to.twen-: ty pin alleys; aridâ- every,other.description/of,gaming or gambling. . â- ... ,.â- :â€¢., j f.",..; j^r i: Wteil lUif.l .â- '.â- ! j!i Sec. 34. The pity council shall have exclusive power within the city by ordinance to r.'egulate ;the police ejty police, of/the city, to: impose 'fines, .forfeitures iand penalties, for the breach of any ordinance, and-provide frr the recovery of such fines and forfeitures, and the en- qO"jeÂ«^n "f â- forcement of such.penalties, and tp ,pass such ordinances finei?- â- â- â€¢; as may be necessary and proper to carry into effect and rk " ' ' execution, the powers;-specified in..^bis act:. Provided, that such ordinances are not repugnant to the Constitution of tbe-United States, orthe laws;o/i this.Territory. Sec. 35. All ordinances passed by the city eo,uncil, â€ž ,, â- i it â€¢ i â€¢ jj* â€¢ i : i it i i ' Ordinances to shallj within one month, alter they shau have /been pas- be published. iSed, ,be published in some newspaper-printed in; the, city,, op certified,copies thereof be posted up:in three of themost public, places in the city.; , â€"::;;.:; ,.:'!. .â€¢::.:.â- â- â- .â- â- ; \ Seg. ,36; All ordinances of \the city may be, proven by the;:seal; ofvthe corporation;, and when published:in book- or. pampfileti,,form; purporting; tQ be printed or ^^"'^"ven' published by,.the;autl;ority; of the corporation,; the sam,e-; ; , \ ti,.n shall; be ;receive.d in-eyide,nice inj,al] courts, or, places,1 l witliout;further proof.t:,U:-ry, r! jr/ivv .vtimqim 'ajiiiotpos Seo,.; 37.; iTheimayor and alderm^ shall be;cons,err, vators of wijbe peace within,the 'limits,, of'the citjy, and.