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  88.867.  Definitions. — 1. The term "approaches" or "sidewalk approaches" as used in sections 88.863 to 88.913 shall be understood to mean the extension of sidewalks at corner lots from the property line each way to the street curb line, and being in fact the connection across the parkway or intervening space between the corner of the property and the crossing in the street.

  2.  The words "city clerk" shall be construed to mean the officer of any city who performs the duties appertaining to the office of clerk or record keeper of such city, whether he be known as city clerk or by any other title.

  3.  The words "city council" as used in sections 88.863 to 88.913 shall in all cases be construed to mean the legislative or governing body of any city, whether it be known by that or any other title.

  4.  The words "city engineer" and the words "street commissioner" shall be construed to mean any person appointed, authorized or employed by the city council to exercise and perform the duties and functions commonly appertaining to such officers.


(RSMo 1939 §§ 7538, 7545)

Prior revisions: 1929 §§ 7384, 7391; 1919 §§ 8792, 8799; 1909 §§ 9648, 9655

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