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26 JOURNAL OF THE PROCEEDINGS OF THE Ordered that a notice be published warning all persons against interfering with the gaslights. Ordered that the City Marshall be and he is hereby instructed to cause the Budlong Boat House & boats to be removed away from the Columbia Street Incline Ordered that the City Marshall be and he is hereby instructed to secure the Stairway adjacent to the shore occupied by J.H. Sauderson & situated in the alley And now the City Treasurer returned the Taxroll for the year 1881 with his return thereon to the Council; there upon it is ordered that the Clerk be & he is hereby instructed to deliver said Tax Roll to the Treasurer of King County and to issue and annex thereto a Warranted directed to said Treasurer commanding him to proceed forthwith to collect the delinquent taxes upon such roll & make return thereon as provided by law Ordered that the Council stand now adjourned until Friday evening January 13th 1881 Attest: E S Osborne, Clerk Approved [by apparent stamp not hand] W.A. Jennings Acting Mayor Be it remembered that on this the 13th day of January 1882 the Common Council of the City of Seattle meets in its Council Chamber pursuant to adjornment The following officers are present to witt: His Honor the Mayor L P Smith and Councilmen Thomas Clancy, John Collins, M Densmore, Wm A Jennings, John Keenan, Moses Keezer and Charles McDonald thereupon the following proceedings are had: A petition is received from J H Sanderson praying for the right to occupy oa portion of the alley adjoining his store building on Mill Street for the purpose of a stairway into the Second storey of said building whereupon the prayer of the petition is granted

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26 JOURNAL OF THE PROCEEDINGS OF THE Ordered that a notice be published warning all persons against interfering with the gaslights. Ordered that the City Marshall be and he is hereby instructed to cause the Building Boat House & boats to be removed away from the Columbia Street Incline Ordered that the City Marshall be and he is hereby instructed to secure the Stairway adjacent to the shore occupied by J.H. Sanderson & situation in the alley And now the City Treasurer returned the Tax Roll for the year 1881 with the return Thereon the Council; thereupon it is ordered that the Clerk be & he is hereby instructed to deliver said Tax Rolls to the Treasurer of King County and to issue and annex thereto a Warranted directed to said Treasurer commanding him to proceed forthwith to collect the delinquent taxes upon such roll & make return as provided by law Ordered that the Council stated now adjourned until Friday evening January 13th 1881 Approved, W. A. Fleming, Acting Mayor Attest E S Osborne, Clerk Be it remembered that on this the 13th day of January 1882 the CommonCouncil of the City of Seattle meets in its Council Chamber pursuant to adjornment The following officers are present to wit: His Honor the Mayor L P Smith and councilmen Thomas Clancy, John Collins, M Densmore, Wm A Jennings, John Keenan, Moses Keezer and Charles McDonald

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29 COMMON COUNCILOF THE CITY OF SEATTLE Be it remembered that on this the 3rd day of February 1882 the Common Council of the City of Seattle meets in its Council Chamber pursuant to law The following Officers are presents, tour: His Honor the Mayor L.P. Smith and Councilmen Thomas Clancy, John Collins, M. Densmore, Wm A.Jennings, John Keenan, Moses Keezer & Charles McDonald Thereupon the following proceedings are had A petition is received from Dr.J.M.Kollock & others praying for the appointment of a Police Officer whose beat shell be between 3rd & 6th Streets and Seneca & Marion Streets; thereupon the prayer of the petition is granted A petition is received from C.R. Dore praying for the remitting of a Road Poll Tax; thereupon the same is referred to the Finance Committee A petition is received from Ah How praying for the right to use a Terra Cotta Chimney is his wash house; thereupon the petition is laid on the table A petition is received from Thomas Burke & others praying for grading of Second Street from Mill Street to Pike Street; thereupon the prayer of the petition is granted upon the unanimous vote of all the members of said Council and the Ordinance Committee is instructed to submit at next regular meeting an Ordinance authorizing such improvements. A petition os received from S F Coombs & others praying for the grading of Front Street from Pike Street to Lake Avenue Street; thereupon the prayer of the petition is granted upon the unanimous vote of all the members of said Council and the Ordinance Committee is instructed to submit at next regular meeting an Ordinance authorizing such improvements. The regular monthly reports of the following CIty Officers are received & ordered filed, To wit: Street Commissioner, Fire Warden, Harbor Master, City Justice & City Attorney And now the City Treasurer submits his semi annual report ending Dec 31 1882; thereupon the same is referred to the Finance Committee And now the Finance Committee make their report upon the petition of Melody Choir; thereupon it is ordered that the Clerk be

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33 COMMON COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF SEATTLE And now the Ordinance Committee submit Ordinance No 255 the same being entitled "An Ordinance to provide for the construction of a sidewalk along the east side of Front (formerly Third) Street from the north side of Wall Street to the south side of Battery Street". Thereupon after due consideration said Ordinance is adopted upon the following vote. to wit: In favor of adoption Clancey, Collins, Densmore, Jennings, Keenan, Keezer and McDonald. Against adoption none. And now the City Attorney submits Ordinance No 256 the same being entitled "An Ordinance to repeal Ordinance No 254." Thereupon after due consideration said Ordinance is adoptable upon the following vote to wit: In favor of adoption, Clancey, Collins, Densmore, Jennings, Keenan, Keezer and McDonald. Against adoption none. A Communcation is recieved and read from the Mayor upon the subject of China Wash Houses and their realtions to fire: Thereupon said Communication is offered to the the Fire Committee. And now the Council proceeds to elect a Policeman whose beat shall be the same as set forth in the petition of J M Kollock & others heretofore acted upon at this meeting Whereupon James Welch receiving a majority of all the votes of siad council is duly declared elected as such Policeman for the term provided by law Ordered that the Council stand now adjourned until Firday evening February 10th 1882 Attest: E S Osborne Clerk Approved L P Smith Mayor

Be it remembered tajt onthis the 10th day of February 1882 the Common Council of the City of Seattle meets in its CouncilChambers pursuant to adjournment The following Officers are present: to wit: His Honor the Mayor L P Smith and Councilmen Thomas Clancy, John Collins, M Densmore, Wm A Jennings, John Keenan, Moses Keezer and Charles McDonald

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35 COMMON COUNCIL OF TEH SCITY OF SEATTLE more be & they are hereby appointed to a Committee to investigate all matters pertaining to the City Cemetary Ordered that the Council stand now adjournment until Friday evening February 17th 1882 Attest: E S Osborne Clerk Approved L P Smith Mayor Be it remembered that on the 17th day of February 1882 the Common Council of the City of Seattle meets in its Council Chamber pursuant to adjournment The following Officers are present to wit: His Honor the Mayor L P Smith and Councilmen Thomas Clancy, John Collins, Wm A Jennings, John Keenan Moses Keezer & Charles McDonald Thereupon the following proceedings are had: And now a petition is received from James Gleason & others praying for the construction of a sidewalk on Jackson Street thereupon the same is referred to the Street Committee A petition is received from E A Turner & others praying for the opening of Weller Street Thereupon the same if referred to the Street committee A petition is received from C P Stone & others praying for the removal of the Bud Long Boat House & Boats from the South side of the Columbia Street Incline; thereupon the prayer of the petition is granted & it is ordered that the City Marshall be & he is hereby instructed to cause such removal And now come the persons hereinafter name and make applications for the licenses herein after named from the dates for the periods hereinafter specified; and at the same time said applicants file their several bonds in accordance with the Ordinance relative thereto. after due examination said bonds are approved; and the said applicants make

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