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552 JOURNAL OF THE PROCEEDINGS OF THE Aug 3 1888 Fire} and} D E Durie Chairman Thomas E Jones and C F Reitze Water Supply}

Street Lights} James McCombs Chairman U R Niesz and Joseph Green

License} and} D E Durie Chairman C F Reitze and James McCombs Revenue}

Harbor} and} U R Niesz Chairman J F McDonald and F J Burns Wharves}

Sewers} and} James McDonald Chairman F J BUrns and C F Reitze Drainage} The Council now takes a recess for half an hour. After recess the City Attorney states to the Council that the vote hitherto taken for City Treasurer by which F E Sander had been declared elected was irregular. No candidiate having received a majority of the votes if the Council the vote having stood four for Sander, three for Parker and one for Wald. On motion of the councilman Reitze the vote for City Treasurer is ordered reconsidered by the following vote, viz: in favor of said motion Burns, Durie, Jones, McCombs, Niesz & Reitze. Against the same none. The Council now proceeds to elect a City Treasurer with the following result F E Sander four (4) votes. Isaac Parker four votes

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553 COMMON COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF SEATTLE Aug 3 1888 there being a tie vote the Mayor casts his ballot for Isaac Parker whereupon the said Isaac Parker is duly elected City Treasurer of the City of Seattle. Petitions etc. Petition of Jesse F Cochran & others for opening Light Street from Bluff Street to Bradley Street read and referred to the Street Committee. Petition of J D Lowman and others for a change of grade on [Fifth Street]] corner of Marion Street read and referred to Street committee. Petition of S N Sorensen for a sewer in Spring Street an a sidewalk on said street from Second Street to Third Street read and referred to the Committee on Sewers and Drainage. Petition of Winsor and Co to have Front Street between Pike Street and Union Street read and the Chief of Police directed to notify property owners to clean up their street fronts. Petition of Puget Sound Improvement Company & others to have property owners on line of Pike Street sewer compelled to connect their houses with the sewer in order that the street may be planked as heretofore ordered. Referred to Street Committee. Petition of G Beninghansen for perission to put a small building on west side of Commercial Street next to Harrington & Smith's store referred to Com on Fire & Water. Petition of J H Bridge for opening the alley in Block 31 of Maynard's plat from Mill to Washington Streets referred to Street Committee.

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600 JOURNAL OF THE PROCEEDINGS OF THE Sep 7 1888 liable for such or any part thereof. Adopted. Ordered that the City Attorney, surveyor and Street Committee be granted further time to report in the Mill Street Bulkhead. Licenses referred Vitus Schmid, Long & Kelly, NP Wildrick Licenses Ordered Issued Louis Laniere, John S Morgan, Conrad Brehm, Alex Meister, J H Loughead, Gorman Bros, Ole Nelson Hahn & Engleman, Grady Bros, Davis & Davis The vote upon issuing said licenses is as follows: In favor of the same Burns, Durie, Green Jones, McCombs, McDonald Niesz and Reitze Against the same none. Bills Allowed The following claims against the City having been duly audited and allowed by the Council are ordered paid by warrants drawn on the several funds as follows to-wit: Name No of Warrant Fund Amount Remarks W R Forrest 3284 City 150.00 salary City Clerk Aug C W Ferris 3285 City 87.00 salary deputy City Clerk Aug E A Turner 3286 City 62.50 salary City Treasurer 1/2 Month Isaac Parker 3287 City 62.50 salary City Treasurer 1/2 Month Sam'l H Piles 3288 City 150.00 salary City Atty Aug L Cummings 3289 City 125.00 salary Street Comnr Aug Sam'l A Hoyt 3290 City 75.00 salary Harbor Master James Bogart 3291 City 75.00 salary Jailer & Janitor James Bogart 3291 City 132.40 Board of prisoners Albro Gardner 3292 City 25.00 salary City surveyor 6 mos Albro Gardner 3292 City 10.00 Calculating area Madison St lots J C Mitchell 3293 City 150.00 salary Chief of Police Aug [total]1098.40

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624 JOURNAL OF THE PROCEEDINGS OF THE Oct 5 1888 Official Reports Rec'd From City Attorney Read & Ordered filed. From Chief of Police Read & Ordered filed. From Treasurer Referred to Finance Committee. From Justices Jones & Soderberg referred to the Judiciary Com. From Harbor Master Read & Ordered filed. Licenses ordered issued. McNatt & Clingan - Bagley & Salman - E Meyer Patrick Welch - Gottleib Burian Passed by the Following vote. in favor of same F J Burns D E Durie, Jos Green, T E Jones, Jas McCoombs, C F Reitze Against same none. Licenses Referred Wm McMasters - Josh Davis - Charles Williams Jacobson & Co - S Lindstrom Maguire & Newhall Bills allowed The following bills having been duly audited are ordered paid by warrants being drawn on the several funds as follows to wit: Name Fund No Amt Remarks W R Forrest City 3348 150.00 Salary as Clerk C W Ferris City 3349 100.00 Salary as Depty Isaac Parker City 3350 125.00 Salary as Treasurer S H Siles City 3351 150.00 Salary as Atty Sam'l A Hoyt City 3352 75.00 Salary as Harbor Master L Cummings City 3353 125.00 Salary as St Coms'r James Bogart City 3354 75.00 Salary as Janitor James Bogart City 3354 132.00 Board Of Prisoners J C Mitchell City 3355 3.50 Cash Paid out J C Mitchell City 3355 150.00 Salary as Chief of Police E Briggs City 3356 90.00 Salary as Police Officer O D Butterfield City 3357 75.00 Salary as Police Officer S Leckie City 3358 75.00 Salary as Police Officer A W Ryan City 3359 75.00 Salary as Police Officer [total]1400.50

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643 COMMON COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF SEATTLE Nov 2 1888 Mercer & others for the opening on High Street adopted. From Same Committee Granting petition of Lewis & Gilman et al for the grading of Rainier Street adopted and the Cit Surveyor instructed to submit plans & specification. From Same Committee recommending that the petitions of McNatt & Clark and Jno Egan for erection of wooden structures within the fire limits be referred to the Fire & Water Committee. Ordered referred to said Com. From Same Committee recommending that the City subscribe the sum of $175.00 for the purpose of protecting shade trees planted by theArbor Association adopted From Same Committee Granting petition of A W Engle et als fro vacating alley in Block 89 C C Terry's Second Addition adopted. Application for liquor licenses referred Davis & Harvey Bills Allowed The following claims against the city having een duly audited and allowed by the Council are ordered paid by warrants drawn on the several funds as follows, to wit: Name no fund amount Remarks W R Forrest 3414 City 150.00 Salary City Clerk C W Ferris 3415 City 100.00 Salary Deputy City Clerk Saml H Piles 3416 City 150.00 Salary City Atty Laurence Cummings 3417 City 125.00 Salary Street Commr Dan'l A Hoyt 3418 City 75.00 Salary Harbor Master Isaac Parker 3419 City 125.00 Salary City Treasurer R M Eames 3420 City 75.00 Salary Health Officer James Bogart 3421 City 75.00 Salary Jailer & Janitor

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