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Remonstrance against Issueing License to R Pritchard

Filed Aug 13 1885 W. R. Forrest Clerk

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32 JOURNAL OF THE PROCEEDINGS OF THE Names Description of License Terms Date of Commencement Thos Smith Retail Liquor 3 months Feb 8, 1882 Thos Smith d" 3 months Feb 8, 1882 Flynn & Anderson d" 3 months Feb 8, 1882 d" 1 Billiard Table 3 months Feb 8, 1882 J C Nixon Retail Liquor 3 months Feb 12, 1882 d" 2 Billiard Tables 3 months Feb 12, 1882 D A Jennings Wholesale 6 months Feb 9, 1882 Margaret Harmon Retail Liquor 6 months Feb 11, 1882 d" 1 Billiard Table 6 months Feb 7, 1882 Thos Osgood Retail Liquor 3 months Feb 16, 1882 J H Horrell d" 3 months Feb 8, 1882 G Burian Grocery 6 months Feb 13, 1882 d" 1 pool table 6 months Feb 13, 1882 d" 1 Pigeon Hole Table 6 months Feb 13, 1882 Jacob Beer Retail Liquor 3 months Feb 10, 1882 S Baxter & Co Wholesale 6 months Feb 10, 1882 Ihrig & Hahn Grocery 3 months Feb 10, 1882 d" 1 Pigeon Hole table 3 months Feb 10, 1882 Frank Peters Retail Liquor 3 months Feb 10, 1882 R Pritchard d" 3 months Feb 16, 1882 Conrad Brahm Grocery 3 months Feb 8, 1882 d" 1 Pigeon Hole Table 3 months Feb 8, 1882 Benj Murphy Retail Liquor 3 months Feb 11, 1882 Louis Sylvania d" 3 months Feb 7, 1882 John Kennedy d" 3 months Feb 10, 1882 Margaret Sullivan Grocery 3 months Feb 12, 1882 Schwabacher Bros & Co Wholesale 6 months Feb 9, 1882 Andrew Slorah Grocery 3 months Feb 7, 1882 John Collins Retail Liquor 3 months Feb 8, 1882 Fred Gasch Grocery 6 months Feb 8, 1882 d" 1 Pigeon Hole Table 6 months Feb 8, 1882 Ordered thar a Gas & Light post be erected near the Depot of the C&PSRR

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396 JOURNAL OF THE PROCEEDINGS OF THE Nov 9/83 [?] Oct 3, 1883 .Adopted From surveyor on Jackson Street Improvement #398 approved From Attorney on the protest of W C Hill against Jackson Street Improvement Assessment Roll #442. Approved Committee Reports From Judiciary Committee on the matter of charges against City Justice T H Cann. Adopted From Finance Committee recommending that Cisterns for Fire purposes be placed at corners of 5th & Washington, 4th & Madison, 3rd & University and Front & Bell Streets. Adopted From Street Committee recommending that $500.00 be allowed to Strong & Harkins on a/c change of grade in Madison Street. Report rejected. Licenses Granted Ordered that licenses be issued to the following named persons for the period of 3 months to wit: S A Scullin for Retail & 2 Billiard Tables from Nov 11/83 R Pritchard for Retail from Nov 16/83 Pritchard & Lester for Retail from Nov 17/83 Aug Wolff for grocery & 1 Pool & 1 Pigeon Hole Table from Nov 13/83 Smith & Farrar for Retail & 2 Billiard Tables from Nov 8/83 Cowles & Foster for Retail & 2 Billiard Tables from Nov 12/83 Aug Mattson for Retail from Nov 12/83 John Collins for Retail from Nov 8/83 Patrick O'Shea for Retail from Nov 13/83 Geo Peters for Retail from Nov 10/83 claims Paid The folowing claims having been duly audited by the Council are ordered paid by Warrants drawn on the funds in the amounts following , to wit: City Fund Western Union Telegraph Co Telegraph to Legislature $1.90 Herald Publishing Co Printing 4.50 Ebensold & Co Job Work 9. Wm Gash [?] [?] [?] [?] 75.

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486 JOURNAL OF THE PROCEEDINGS OF THE June 6/84 L V Schnyder for retail liquors for 3 months from May 26 Pritchard & Lester for retail liquors for 3 months from May 17 In favor of granting said license, Clancy HArris, Keenen, McDonald, Ranke, Rasin & Wusthoff. Against the Same Day & Northrup F Clancy for retail liquors for 3 months from May 27 Gumbert & Dickman for retail liquors for 3 months from June 1 Vitus Schmid for Grocery for 3 months from June 1 John Shepard for Grocery for 3 months from June 8 Chas Louch for wholesale for 3 months from June 8 In favor of granting said license, Clancy, Day, Harris, Keenen, McDonald, Ranke, Rasin & Wusthoff. Against the Same Northrup Gary Champeaux for retail liquors for 3 months from June 5 Smith & Blanchard for retail liquors for 3 months from June 7 Ordered that the application of R Pritchard for Retail liquor license on Jackson Street East End be rejected. In favor of rejection, Day Harris, McDonald, Ranke & Northrup . Against the Same Clancy, Keenen, Rasin & Wusthoff. The committee on licenses to whom was referred the petition of Smith & Blanchard for transferring the license of C H Hill make their report denying the petition. Adopted upon the Following vote, to wit: In favor of said report Day, Harris, McDonald, Northrup, Ranke. Against the same Clancy, {{Keenen]], Rasin & Wusthoff. Claims Paid City Fund Frank Seidel Making assessment Roll & Asistance No 685 $800. Oregon Imporvement Co. Lumber for Beach Road No 686 $310.60 J M Snow Surveys on Kentucky et al Sts Grades No 687 $231.02 Seattle Mill Co Lumber for Beach Road No 688 $177.18 W H Taylor Treasurer No 689 $150. J M Snow Surveys on Howell et al Sts grade No 690 $125.58 E S Osborne Clerk No 691 $125. Clarence Hanford Job Work No 692 $112. J H Woolery Chief of Police No 693 $100. Herald Pub Co Printing No 694 $84. F M Minick Police No 695 $80. Chas Lind Police No 696 $80.

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495 COMMON COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF SEATTLE June 23/84 From G T Magnimins et al for granting a retail liquor license to R Pritchard for house on Jackson Street East end. rejected From Lowman & Colt et al for preventing the sale & use of firecrackers Referred to Fire Comtee From Seifert & Delfel for erecting a barber pole. Referred to Street Comtee Remonstrances From L S Rowe et al against grading Howell, 10th & Bismark Sts. Referred to Street Comtee Communications From the Acting Mayor returning an Ordinance entitled "To appropriate fifteen hundred doallars to be used for the purpose of paying existing indebtedness against the ciyt in account of lighting, cleaning & repairing the streets of the City" without his approval and with his objections in writing to such approval which objections are as follows, to wit: Office of the Mayor City of Seattle June 20, 1884 To the Honorable Common Council of the City of Seattle I have the honor to return herewith without my approval Ordinance No entitled "To appropriate fifteen hundred doallars to be used for the purpose of payingexisting indebtedness against the ciyt in account of lighting, cleaning & repairing the streets of the City" My objections to the Ordinance are First: There is no such indebtedness existing against the City of Seattle as is mentioned in the Ordinance. Second: The expenditure contemplated by the Ordinance is not warranted by our city Charter. Very Respectfully your obediant servant U M Rasin Acting Mayor Thereupon the Council proceeds to reconsider said Ordinance after due consideration said ordinance is adopted upon the following vote to wit: Infaove of adoption Clancy, Day, Keenan, McDonald, Ranke & Wusthoff. Against adoption Harris & Northrup And [?] the Street Contee recommend the adoption of the

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