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100 JOURNAL OF THE PROCEEDINGS OF THE July 28th, '82 proof that they are men of good moral character. It is ordered that the Clerk be & is hereby instructed to issue licenses to said applicants upon their compliance with all the provisions of the ordinance relative thereto. The following claims having been duly audited by the Council are ordered paid by Warrants drawn in the funds & in the amounts following to wit: City Fund E. W. Rea Contract work on New Engine House Nos 128-$100 Contract work on New Engine House 129-$100 Contract work on New Engine House 130-$100 Contract work on New Engine House 131-$100 Contract work on New Engine House 132-$100 (ttl) $500.00 S. F. Coombs J.P.s fees No 133 $39.70 M.V.B. Stacy Ground rent for jails 134 $10.00 L. P. Smith & Son Dog Tags 135 $10.75 L P Smith Cash Expended during quarentine 136 $2.00 Harry Chaffey Milk for Pest House 137 $4.50 John J. Seerley Cleaning Pest House 138 $9.00 A. M. Smith Abating Nuisance 139 $4.00 Fire Fund Thomas Redding Hauling Engine To Fire No 54 $4.00 Cemetery Fund Stetson & Post Lumber for old Cemetery No 2 $28.00 Robt Russell Hauling for old Cemetery 3 $4.50 F.W. Wusthoff Nails for old Cemetery 4 $1.80 John Fish Labor at old Cemetery 5 $1.25 N. Preston Labor at old Cemetery 6 $22.50 John Olsen Labor at old Cemetery 7 $8.75 And now the Mayor in pursuance to Ordinance No 276 to extend & establish Madison Street, the Mayor appoints & files his written appointment of D. M. Crane on behalf of the City as an appraiser of damages & benefits. Ordered that the written appointment under said ordinance heretofore fixed on behalf of property damaged of J.E. Houghton be & is hereby approved. And now it appearing to the Council that the owners of property benefited by such extension & establishment of Madison Street have failed to file a written appointment of an appraiser & are are therefore now in default. It is ordered that L. B. Andrews

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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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