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23 THE COMMON COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF SEATTLE is granted and it is ordered that a Warrant be drawn for the sum of $4.00 on the Road Fund in favor of said Murphy. The petition of Frances McDaniel is received praying for the remitting of a Road Poll Tax, thereupon the petition is referred to the Finance Committee A petition is received from C.R.Foster praying for the remitting of a Road Poll Tax; thereupon the petition is referred to the Finance Committee A petition is received from Mrs. Sarah J. Plummer & others praying for the erection of a gas lamp at the corner of Second and Main Streets, thereupon the prayer of the petition is granted and a gas lamp is hereby ordered erected as prayed for A petition is received from Mrs. Sarah J. Plummer & others praying for the removal of a nuisance at the foot of Jackson Street; thereupon the same is referred to the Street Committee. The regular monthly reports of the following City Officers are received and ordered filed, to wit: Harbor Master, Street Commissioner, City Treasurer, City Justice, and City Attorney The petition of James Pollock and others is received praying for the construction of a sidewalk along Main Street; Thereupon the prayer of the petition is granted and the same is referred to the Ordinance Committee with instruction to submit an Ordinance providing for such improvement The following bids for furnishing metal Gas Lampposts and received and read to wit: Washington Iron Works for 50 lamp posts at the rate of $13.50 per post Williamson & Kellogg " any number of posts " " " " $12.00 " " Thereupon the bid of Williamson & Kellogg is accepted. Ordered that all lampposts hereafter erected be constructed of metal Ordered that a Warrrant be drawn in Favor of Julius Linberg on the Gas Fund in the Sum of $4.20 for wrong taxation And now a Communication is secured from J.A.Mc Phee as Agent for Raymond & Wilshire agreeing to deliver on the Wharf at Seattle a certain description of Safe for

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47 COMMON COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF SEATTLE From Apr 9th Jacob Berth a retail grocery license from Apr 1 Pigeon Hole Table from Apr 5 & Pool Table from Apr 24 all for 3 months The following claims having been duly audited by the Council as ordered paid by Warrants drawn on the funds and in the amounts as follows tourist: City Fund E.S. Osborne Clerk $$41.67 Expressage $1 No 32 $42.67 J.M. Hall Ally No 33 $41.67 James H. Wollery Chief of Police No 34 $95.00 " Removing Common No 35 $2.00 J.L. McCowan Police No 36 $80.00 W.B. Jacklin " No 37 $35.00 James Welch " No 38 $80.00 Ben Thompson " No 39 $40.00 F.H.Whitworth Salary $12.50 Survey $6 No 40 $18.50 L.H. Coombs J.P.S. Sec V No 41 $44.50 Seattle Chronicle Printing No 42 $30.00 Stewart & Everbold Job Printing No. 43 $31.00 M.V.B Stacy Ground Rent for Jails No. 44 $10.00 H.S. Crocker & Co. Job work & books No. 45 $28.00 Robb Riddell Hauling Sae No. 46 $10.00 L.Newman Keys No. 47 2.25 J. Lock Barging Comon No. 48 3.00 Seattle Chronicle Printing No. 49 .92 Road Fund R.H. Calligan Street Labor $91 useof horse 13 Prisonrs Board No. 23 122.00 James Campbell Street Labor No. 24 50.00 Luther Alber " No. 25 49.00 Thomas Rock " No. 26 30.00 Stetson & Post Lumber No. 27 .97 Gas Fund Williamson & Kellogg from Lamp post No. 5 128.00 Seattle Gas Light Co Gas $195.45 attendance $30 No. 6 225.45 Wadder Mill hook on gas pipes No. 7 15.20

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153 COMMON COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF SEATTLE Oct 13/82 Resolved that the uniform herein before prescribed shall be worn by the whole Police force from and after November 15, 1882 Thereupon said resolution is adopted Applications for Licenses received From Geo W Walsh for a Grocery License Referred to the Committee on Licenses and Revenue From Wm Busha for Retail Liquor Referred to the Committee of Licensing and Revenue From J C Nixon & Co. for a Wholesale license. Granted & license ordered issued. Claims Paid The following 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 J D Lowman Moneys pd Thos Moore license refused No 203 $45.00 John Collins freight on Fire Engine 204 $41.75 Frank Seidel Extra workmaking plat etc 205 $10.00 Road Fund Henry Sheahan Paid Laborers filling Jail No 90 $22.00 Henry Sheahan lumber 91 $17.06 Gas Fund Seattle Gas Light Co gas No 20 $160.85 Williamson & Kellogg Lamp Post etc. 21 54.00 Waddell & Miles Work on Gas mains 22 20.45 Ordinances Received To authorize the construction of Water Works. Referred to the Committee on Fire and Water supply. An Ordinance entitled "Changing the grade of Mill, Washington and Second Streets" Adopted upon the folowing vote to wit: In favor of adoption Collins, Cosper, Gasch, Manning & Rasin Against adoption none. An Ordinance entitled "Prescribing the mode of making and collecting assessments for Street Improvement" Adopted upon the

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178 JOURNAL OF THE PROCEEDINGS OF THE Dec 1/82 days. Granted. Committee on Health and Police granted further time in which to report on thr matter of sewers. Claims paid The following claims having been audited by the Council are ordered paid by Warrants drawn on the funds and in the amounts following, to wit: City Fund E. S. Osborne Clerk No. 233 $90.00 J.H. Woolery Chief of Police 234 100.00 D.L. McCowan Police 235 80.00 W. B. Thompson Police 236 80.00 James Welch Police 237 80.00 John Smart Police 238 80.00 C. H. Hanford Atty 239 75.00 T. H. Cann J.P.'s fees 240 20.70 Seattle Chronicle Printing 241 70.99 M.V. B. Stacy ground rent for Jails 242 10.00 J.H. Woolery Police buttons etc 243 15.74 Pumphrey & Lowman stationery etc 244 40.60 Stewart & Ebersold job work 245 15.50 F. H. Whitworth Surveys South 2d Street 246 59.00 E. W. Rea contract work New Engine House 247 & 248 1000.00 Road Fund Henry Sheahan Street labor89.25Prisoner's Board30Labor with horse24 No. 103 $143.25 Stephen Berry Street labor 104 61.25 Thos Rock Street labor 105 60.00 M.J. Costello Street labor 106 57.50 Luther Albee Street labor 107 55.00 Stetson & Post lumber 108 53.73 C. F. Williams hauling lumber 109 2.90 G. P. McFaden hauling lumber 110 1.00 Gas Fund Williamson & Kellogg gas lamps No 27 $27.00 Seattle Gas Light Co gas 28 227.85 J.L. Kahaley attend lights 29 36.00 Waddell & Miles repairs to gas fix lines 30 23.20

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280 JOURNAL OF THE PROCEEDINGS OF THE June 18/83 Thereupon the following proceedings are had: Petitions Rec'd From Wm Meydenbauer et al for abating the nuisance cuased by the Foss Bros Slaughter House. Referred to Health & Police. From M V B Stacy et al for grading Madison Street. Refferred to Streets & Street Improvements. From G W Young for the right to dig a pit for discharging Sewer. Referred to Streets & Street Improvements. From E Calvert et al for refunding Sidewalk tax. Referred to Finance Committee From Williamson & Kellogg for the right to use portions of Spring Street. Referred to Streets & Street Improvements. From David Kellogg to compel Providence Hospital to connect with Madison Street sewer. Referred to Health & Police. From James McNaught et al for vacating alley in Block 19 of Boren's Plat. Referred to Streets & Street Improvements From B F Day to purchase Lot4Sec4T24NR4East Referred to Public Buildings, Property & Grounds. from W E Wilson et al for grading 5th Street. Referred to Streets & Street Improvements. Reports Rec'd From the clerk on fixing rates of taxation for the year 1883. Referred to License & Revenue. Committee's Reports Rec'd From Finance asking 1 weeks further time on the assessor's petition granted From Streets recommending the granting of the petition M V B Stacy et al, for grading Madison Street. Adopted From Streets recommending the granting to Williamson & Kellogg the use of 20 feet in South side of Spring Street for 60 days, also the foot of Spring Street for a like period, all sidewalks to be unobstructed by them. Adopted From Streets on Petition of G W Young. Petition granted From Health & Police on petition of C M Bywater et al. Ordered that Comtee on Health & Police be & they are hereby instructed to abate the nuisance complained of.

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