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31 COMMON COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF SEATTLE Gas Fund Seattle Gas Light Co Attend lights $30 Gas $189.90 $219.90 Waddell & Miles Work on mains 36.82 Fire Fund W. A. Perry Engine Steward $75.00 J.D. Hinckly Ground sent 8.00 Poole & Hildebrand Hauling Engine to & from fire 10.00 Anthony LeBrash Assistance to Steward 1.00 W. H. Shoudy Strap etc. .75 Kellogg & Anderson tripoli 1.00 F. W. Wusthoff Grease & nails 1.40 Schwabacher Bros & Co Coal & olive oil 2.50 J. L. Kahaley Coal & lumber to Engine House 4.50 Waddell & Miles Damper for pipe .25 Charles McDonald To purchase coal 10.00 The claim of Harrington & Smith is referred to the Street Committee And now come the several persons herein after named & make application for the licenses herein after specified for the periods from the dates herein after set out, and at the same time said applicants file their Several Bonds in accordance with The Ordinance relative thereto. And after examination said bonds are approved & said applicants making due proof that they are persons of good moral character. It is therefore ordered that upon their compliance with all the other provisions of said Ordinance the Clerk be & is hereby instructed to issue licenses to said applicants for the periods & purposes following To wit:

Names Description of License Terms Date of Commencement Lester & Cowden Retail liquor 3 Months Feb. 17, 1882 Thos & C.F. Clancy d" 3 Months Feb. 8, 1882 d" 2 Billiard Tables 3 Months Feb. 8, 1882 Smith & Farmer Retail liquor 3 Months Feb. 8, 1882 d" 1 Billiard Table 3 Months Feb.8, 1882 Bernard Crosseu Grocery 3 Months Feb. 8, 1882 A. F. Hill Retail Liquor 3 Months Feb. 8, 1882 d" 1 Billiard Table 3 Months Feb. 8, 1882

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122 JOURNAL OF THE PROCEEDINGS OF THE granted to Goldberg and Vena for Retail Liquors, Charles Anderson for Retail Liquors and to Carner and Whiting for a Bowling Alley. Adopted and licenses ordered issued. The following claims having been duly audited by the Coumcil are indeed paid by Warrants drawn on the Funds and in the amounts following towit: City Fund W. E. Boone plans and specifications for Engine House No 173 $262.50 L.B. Andrews appraiser Madison St Extension 174 $20.00 D. M. Crane appraiser Madison St Extension 175 $15.00 J.E. Houghton appraiser Madison St Extension 176 $15.00 total $312.50 And now the Council proceeds to open the bids for attending the Street lamps, which bids read as follows, towit: J. C. Floyd per lamp for month $1.20 Lewis McMillan per lamp for month $1.40 H. G. Thomton per lamp for month $1.25 John Baker per lamp for month $1.50 P. Brumm per lamp for month $1.00 James Bogart per lamp for month $1.40 J. L. Kahaley per lamp for month $1.00 Ordered that foregoing bids be referred to the Gas Light Com. And now in pursuance to the order duly made on September 1st 1882 the Council proceeds to examine and equalize the assessment Roll for Front Street grade made in pursuance to Ordinance No 284 etc to hear all complaints touching said roll, pending which the matter if said consideration is laid over until Tuesday evening September 5th 1882 of 1/2 o'clock p.m. And now in pursuances, to the order duly made on September 1st 1882 the Council proceeds to examine & equalize the assessment roll for 2d, 3d, and other streets graded & improvement made in pursuance to Ordinance No 288 & to hear all complaints touching said roll, pending which the matter of said consideration is laid over until Tuesday evening September 5th 1882 at 1/2 o'clock p.m. And now in pursuance to the order duly made in September 1st 1882 the Council proceeds to examine and equalize the

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124 JOURNAL OF THE PROCEEDINGS OF THE Sept4/82 And now the Council proceeds to consider an ordinance entitled "To amend Sections 6, 7, 8 and 9 of Ordinance No. 589", pending which the matter is laid over until Friday evening. And now the Gas Committee report in the matter of attending the street lamps recommending that the contract be awarded to J. L. Kahaley. Report adopted and contract is awarded. And now the Council proceed to consider Ordinance No 297 entitled "To provide for the letting of certain contracts for sidewalks on Pine and 9th Streets and Stewart, 10th and Virginia Streets under Ordinances Nos. 280 and 281; thereupon the same is adopted upon the following vote, to wit: In favor of adoption Collins, Clancy, Gasch, McDonald, Manning and Rasin. Against adoption none. And now the Council proceed to consider Ordinance No 298 entitled "A special ordinance appropriating money to pay audited bills"; thereupon after due consideration said ordinance is adopted upon the following vote, to wit: In favor of adoption Collins, Clancy, Gasch, McDonald, Manning and Rasin. Against adoption none. And now the Council proceeds to consider Ordinance No 299 entitled "A special ordinance appropriating money to pay audited bills" thereupon after the due consideration said ordinance is adopted upon the following vote, to wit: In favor of adoption Collins, Clancy, Gasch, McDonald, Manning and Rasin. Against adoption none. And now the Council proceeds to consider ordinance No 300 entitled "A special ordinance appropriating money to pay audited bills"; thereupon after due consideration said ordinance is adopted upon the following vote, to wit: In favor of adoption Collins, Clancy, Gasch, McDonald, Manning and Rasin. Against adoption none. Ordered that the Council stand now adjourned until Tuesday September 5th 1882 at 7 1/2 o'clock p.m. Attest: E S Osborne Clerk Approved H G Struve Mayor

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182 JOURNAL OF THE PROCEEDINGS OF THE and Simpson be allowed $2.00 a M extra for the hauling lumber on account of Front Street sidewalk under Ordinance No. 304. Rejected. From Licenses and Revenue recomending the granting of the petition of F.X. Prefontaine et al for remitting moneys paid for a concert license. Adopted. From Licenses and Revenue recommending granting of the petition of Geo C. Thompson for using Beer's Concert license. Adopted. Claims Paid The following claims having been duly audited by the Council are ordered paid by Warrants drawn on the funds and in the accounts following, towit: City Fund F. X. Prefontaine License submitted No. 249 $5.00 Road Fund J. L. Kahaley hauling lumber No. 111 $1.00 Fire Fund The Gutta Percha and Rubber Mfg Co Hose No. 105 $579.50 Ordinances Received From the City Atty extending the time to complete contract on grading Front, Union, 2d and 3rd Streets. Adopted on the following vote, to wit: In favor of adoption Collins, Cosper, Clancy, Gasch, McDonald and Manning. Against adoption, none. From the City Atty submitting an ordinance entitled "To provide for the levying and collecting of a special tax for the purpose of raising funds to pay for the construction of a sidewalk on Pine and Ninth Streets under Ordinance No. 281." Adopted on the following vote, to wit: In favor of adoption Collins, Cosper, Clancy, Gasch, McDonald and Manning. Against adoption none. From the City Attorney submitting an ordinance entitled "To provide for the levying and collecting of a special tax for the purpose of raising funds to pay for the construction of a sidewalk on Stewart, Tenth and Virginia Streets under Ordinance No. 284. Adopted on the following vote, to wit: In favor of adoption Collins, Cosper, Clancy, Gasch, McDonald and Manning. Against adoption none.

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COMMON COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF SEATTLE

Jan. 5/83 Pool tables. Granted. Funk & Dickman for retail liquors. Granted. Peter Anderson & Co for retail liquors. Granted. James W. Smith & Charles Hills for a retail liquors. Referred to Committee on Licenses and Revenue. Claims Paid The following claims having been duly audited by the Council and ordered paid by the Warrants drawn on the funds and in the amounts following, towit: City Fund E.S. Osborne Clerk $90 Cleaning and c $3 No. 252 $93.00 J.H. Wooley Chief of Police 253 100. D. L. McCowan Police 254 80. W. B. Thompson Police 255 80. James Welch Police 256 80. Jas. W. Stuart Police 257 80. C. H. Hanford Attorney 258 75. F.H. Carr J.P. fees 259 11.40 M.V. B. Stacy Ground rent for Jails 260 10. Hall & Paulson Furniture Co. furniture for 261 219.25 New Engine House Waddell & Miles stores and furniture for 262 137.90 New Engine House Geo W. Boardman Co. extra work painting 263 12.50 New Engine House S. P. Bookes attendance to Council Chamber 264 2.50 L. Miller Morning Clerk 265 1.50 Joe McClaire coal to New Engine House 266 2.75 A.B. Holyoke Police (stars) 267 19. J. Shaun & Co. Police (lanterns) 268 5. Road Fund J. L. Kahaley hauling lumber No. 113 $1.50 Henry Sheahan Street labor $87.50 side of house $24.50 Prisoners board $30.33 114 142.33 Thos Rock street labor 115 61.25 Latner Albee street labor 116 57.50 M.J. Costello street labor 117 53.75 Stephen Berry street labor 118 45 W. M. Estebe street labor 119 13.75 N. Preston street labor 120 1.25

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