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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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156 JOURNAL OF THE PROCEEDINGS OF THE Oct 16/82 From Licenses & Revenue recommending a Retail liquor license be issued to Wm Busha. Adopted From Licenses & Revenue recommending a Retail liquor license be issued to J M King. Adopted From Licenses & Revenue recommending a grocery linces be issued to Geo Walsh. Adopted From Licenses & Revenue recommending a Retail liquor license be issued to Wm Streit. Adopted Ordered that the Committee on Fire & Water have until next meeting inwhich to report on the Ordinance establishing Water Works. Special Orders of the Day And now the Council proceeds to equalize & correct the Assessment Roll under Ordinance No 313 for the 7th Street sidewalk; thereupon such equalization & correction being completed. It is ordered that said roll be declared to be the assessment roll for such improvements. And now the Council proceeds to equalize & correct the assessment roll under Ordinance No 302, for the King Street sidewalk; thereupon such equalization & correction being completed. It is ordered that said roll be declared to be the assessment roll for such improvement. And now the Council proceeds to equalize & correct the assessment roll under ordinance No 304 for the Front Street Sidewalk; thereupon such equalization & correction being completed. It is ordered that said roll be declared to be the assessment roll for such improvements. Ordinances received From the Judiciary and Legislative submitting an ordinance entitled "To repeal Ordinance No 301" Adopted upon the following vote to wit: In favor of adoption Collins, Cosper, Gasch, Manning

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199 COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF SEATTLE Jan 15/83 Fire Fund James Denham Work on Engine No 119 $18.00 A B Merrill Use of Team & Hauling coal 118 8.00 John Schram & Co Sundries for fire Dept 117 5.50 L Miller Engine to shop 116 2.00 Chas McDonald To purchase Coal 135 10.00 Applications for Licenses James W Smith for Retail Liquors Granted Charles Kitts for Retail Liquors Granted L Diller for Retail Liquors Granted L Diller 1 Billiard Table Granted O Fuhrmann Grocery Granted O Fuhrmann 1 Pool Table Granted Shaw & Alger Retail Liquor Granted Shaw & Alger 1 Billiard Table Granted John Collins 1 Billiard Table Granted Otto Pasqua Retail Liquor Granted Wm Busha Retail Liquor Referred to L&R Comtee Geo W Walsh Grocery Referred to License Comtee Miscellaneous The Clerk submits Estimated of the Cost of Front Street Grade, Front Street sidewalk Union Street & sidewlak all Referred to Finance Committee Ordered that the City purchase of T D Hinckly 20 by 60 feet off from the West End of Lot 2 Block 5 of Boren's plat at the price fo $2500.00 for an Engine House And that the City Attorney submit the proper Ordinance therefor Ordered that the City Attorney be & is hereby instructed to submit an Ordinance requiring all fees for landing on Inclines to be paid into Fire Fund Ordered that Washington Engine No 2 be turned over to Seattle Fire Co Not until such time as the New Engine House is ready to receive No 2 and that the Committee

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243 COMMON COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF SEATTLE Apr 16/83 Council on Licenses and Revenue. Licenses are ordered issued in accordance with said applications, towit: J.C. Nixon & Co wholesale &retail Zurmuller & Myers grocery Charles Kitts retail Wm Busha retail The application Geo W. Walsh for a retail license having been rejected by the Committee on Licenses and Revenue. The license is refused. Claims Paid City Fund Chronicle Printing No. 346 $54.63 2d, 3rd and Intersecting Streets Grade Ord. 288 Chin Guan & Charlie balance due on contract Nos. 204 & 205 $7686.76 Miscellaneous And now the Council proceeds to consider the bids for the grading of Washington Street under Ordinance No. 369. Whereupon it appearing to the Council that the bid of S. F. Hoole is the lowest best bid and that he is the lowest responsible bidder. It is ordered that the contract be awarded to him upon his giving a bond with good and sufficient sureties in the sum of $5000.00. And now the Council proceeds to consider the bids for the grading of Second Street in [Maynard's Plat]] under Ordinance No. 369. Whereupon is appearing to the Council that the bid of G. N. Alexander & Co is the lowest and best bid and that they are the lowest responsible bidders. It is ordered that the contract be awarded to them upon their giving a bond with good and sufficient sureties in the sum of $3000.00. And now the Council proceeds to consider the bids for the construction of sidewalks on Washington Street under Ordinance No. 369. Whereupon it appearing to the Council that the bid of S.G. Simpson is the lowest and best bid and that he is the lowest responsible bidder. It is ordered that the contract be awarded to him upon his giving a bond with good and sufficient sureties in the sum of $1000.00.

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420 JOURNAL OF THE PROCEEDINGS OF THE Jan 18/84 the amount due Strong & Harkin until a certain rock is removed & also the further sum of $450.00 as indemnity against any liability on a/c of Attachment just served in case of Chin Guan-vM. Strong. Bids for Fire Cisterns And now the Council proceeds to open + consider the bids received for Fire Cisterns, Which bids are as follows, towit: Names John T. Jordan Union &3rd Sts. $1275. Madison & 3rd $1275. Bell & Front $1325. Washington & 3rd $1325 Total $5200. Wm Harkins Union & 3rd Sts. $890. Madison & 3rd $890 Bell & Front $890 Washington & 3rd $890 Total $3560. M. Keezer Total $3590 Ordered that all said bids be rejected And now the Council proceeds to consider the assessment Roll for the Improvement of Madison Street under Ordinance No. 406; thereupon after due examination said Roll is approved. And now the Council proceeds to consider the assessment Roll for the Improvement of South 4th Street under Ordinance No. 439; thereupon after due examination said Roll is approved. And now the Council proceeds to consider the assessment Roll for the Improvement of Battery Street under Ordinance No. 441; Thereupon after due examination said Roll is approved. Applications for Licenses Ordered that licenses be issued as follows towit: Chas Anderson Retail for 3 months from Dec 1, 1883 Coffin & Co Grocery for 3 months from Jan 28, 1884 Jacob Johnson Retail for 3 months from Jan 19, 1884 Henry Duhemel Retail for 3 months from Jan 20, 1884 C. H. Hill Retail for 3 months from Jan 26, 1884 Wm Busha Retail for 3 months from Jan 17, 1884 Miles & McCormick Retail for 3 months from Jan 15, 1884 Gladhill & Kavanaugh Retail for 3 months from Jan 24, 1884 John McKay Retail for 3 months from Jan 16, 1884

The Committee on licenses make their report approving the application of the Chief of Police for an additional Policeman

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