Act of Feb 16, 1899, ch. 4, § 28, W.Va. Acts 14, 24.

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"28. The council of said city shall have power there-in to lay off, vacate, close, open, alter, grade, and keep in good repair the roads, streets, alleys, pavements, sidewalks, cross-walks, drains and gutters therein for the use of the citizens or of the public, and to improve and light the same…

…to protect places of divine worship, and preserve order in and about the premises where and when such worship is held; to regulate the keeping of gun powder and other inflammable or dangerous substances; to provide for the regular building of houses or other structures…"

1899, WV, Acts of the Legislature of West Virginia, ch. 4, § 28

Acts of the Legislature of West Virginia at Its Twenty-Fourth Regular Session Commencing January 11th, 1899 (Charleston, WV: Press Butler Printing Co., 1899), 24. Chapter 4—An Act to Amend and Re-Enact and to Reduce into One Act, the Several Acts Incorporating the Town of Sisterville, in the County of Tyler; Defining the Powers Thereof, and Describing the Limits of Said Town; and Incorporating the City of Sisterville, in Said Tyler County, § 28. Passed February 16, 1899.