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ordered that the improvements therein prayed for be made.

The Street Committee report favorably on the petition of M.V. B. Stacy and others praying for the opening of Pike Street from Eighth Street to Fifteenth Street, thereupon the same is granted.

And now L.S. McLure tenders his resignation of the office of City Treasurer, whereupon the same is accepted to take effect upon the qualification of his successor.

The Council proceeds to fill the vacancy in the office od City Treasurer caused by the resignation of L.S. McLure and W. H. Taylor is elected Treasurer for the unexpired term.

And now the Committee on Engine House submit plans for a City Engine House prepared by W.E. Boones, architect; thereupon said plans are adopted and said Committee authorized to advertise for bids for the construction of a brick building in accordance therewith.

The Bill of the C and P.S. R.R.Co. for a lamp on Commercial Street is laid on the table.

And now comes Wm. Grose and makes application for a license to retail spirituous, malt and fermented liquors and wines from May 1st 1882 to August 1st 1882 and at the same time said applicant files his bond in accordance with the Ordinance relation thereto. After due examination said bond is approved and the said applicant making due proof that he is a man of good moral character, it is therefore ordered that upon his compliance with all the provisions of said Ordinance the Clerk be and and he is hereby instructed to issue a license to said applicant for the purpose and period herein-above specified.

And now the Ordinance Committee submit Ordinance No 265 the same being entitled, "A Special Ordinance to provide for the grading and improvement

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165 COMMON COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF SEATTLE Nov 3/82 T. H. Carr J.P.'s fees No. 222 $25.90 Seattle Chronicle Printing 223 109.14 C. Hanford & Co. Job Printing 224 73.50 M.V. B. Stacy Ground rent for jails 225 10.00 Davis & Woodruff Stationary 226 40.00 Sing Verein Orion license refunded 227 5.00 Catholic Church license refunded 228 15.00 J. F. Cochran making term numbers 229 14.00 D.A. Jennings groceries and c for Pest House 231 6.55 E. F. Manning Hauling toPest House 232 1.50 Road Fund Henry Sheahan street labor$91horsehir$23 prisonersboard $26 No 92 $140.00 Stephen Berry Street Labor 93 60.00 M.S. Costello Street Labor 94 58.75 Thomas Rock Street Labor 95 50.00 Luther Albee Street Labor 96 46.25 Robert Russell do with team 97 6.00 Stetson & Post lumber 98 73.99 G. P. McFadden hauling lumber 99 4.75 F. W. Wusthoff Nails etc 100 19.50 James Benman repairs to Street cart etc 101 3.75 F.H. Whitworth Surveys Washton. St grade 102 58.00 Gas Fund Seattle Gas Lights Co Gas No. 23 $214.65 John L. Kahaley attending lights 24 34.50 Waddell & Miles repairs to gas lamps 25 80.70 D.A. Jennings Oil etc 26 1.85 Fire Fund W.A. Perry steward No 82 $75.00 James Dunham cleaning engine 83 3.00 McDaniel Bros hauling engines to & from incline 84 2.00 Miller & Miller hauling coke and engine 85 4.00 S. E. Davison Hauling coal 86 .50 J. Maginnis Hauling coal 87 .50 F. W. Wusthoff Oil etc 88 8.10 D.A. Jennings Oil etc 89 8.50

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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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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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196 JOURNAL OF THE PROCEEDINGS OF THE Jan. 5/83 to said Treasurer commanding him to proceed and forthwith to collect the delinquent taxes upon said roll in the manner provided by law and pay the same to the Treasurer of the City of Seattle less his fees & costs of collection, and return the Warrant with his doings thereon, and the receipt of the City Treasurer for all money's collected there by paid to the City Treasurer to the Clerk. Ordered that the Gas Committee be & they are hereby instructed to place a kerosene lamp corner 5th and Jefferson Streets. Ordered that the Council stand now adjourned until Monday evening January 15, 1883. Attest: E.S. Osborne Clerk Approved H G Struve Mayor

Jan. 15/83 Be it remembered that on this the 15th day of January 1883 the Common Council of the City of Seattle meets in its Council Chamber pursuant to adjournment. The following Officers are present, towit: His Honor the Mayor H.G. Struve and Councilmen John Collins,O.F. Cosper, Fred Gasch, Charles McDonald and G. L. Manning. Thereupon the following proceedings are had: Petitions Received From A.S. Miller et al for Gas Lamps corner Marion and 3rd and Marion and 4th. Referred to Committee on Gas Lights. From W.H. Pumphrey et al for an extension of time on the payment of taxes for the Pine & 9th and Stewart, 10th & Virginia Streets Sidewalks. Referred to the Committee on Streets and Street Improvements. From M.V. B. Stacy for the right to build sidewalk from 3rd Street to alley in Block 21. Referred to the Committee on Streets and Street Improvements. From W. H. White et al for an investigation as to the right of T. J. Small to act as Policeman. Referred to the Committee

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