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COMMON COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF SEATTLE

Jan 4 1884

John Stifter Grocery for 3 months from Jan 1, 1884 Fred Voight Grocery for 3 months from Jan 1, 1884 James W. Smith Retail for one month from Jan 3, 1884 A. E. Alden Retail for 3 months from Jan [1?], 1884 Frank Peters Retail for 3 months from Jan 11, 1884 Joseph Francisco Retail for 3 months from Jan 7, 1884 And now Mayor Struve being ill retires and Councilman U. M. Rasin is elected to the position of President of the Council to serve the remainder of the meeting Claims Paid City Fund E. S. Osborne clerk No. 554 $125. J. H. Woolery Chief of Police No. 555 $100. D. L. McCowan Police No. 556 $80. James Welch Police No. 557 $80. A. H. Manning Police No. 558 $80. J. C. Floyd Police No. 559 $80. Chas Lind Police No. 560 $80. John Kelly Police No. 561 $80. F. A. Minick Police No. 562 $80. R. Osborn atty No. 563 $75. J. H. Woolery Police buttons No. 564 $64. Herald Pub. Co. Printing No. 565 $62. T. H. Cann J. P. S. fees No. 566 $29.90 Jas F. Cass Fees in City-v-Planner No. 567 $26.50 F. Anthony Stationary No. 568 $16.50 Gordan Hardware Co. Hand Cuffs No. 569 $15. Sunset Telephone Co. hire rentals No. 570 $6.65 J. D. Lowman Stationery No. 571 #5.70 Road Fund Stetson & Post Lumber No. 338 $153.70 Henry Sheahan labor on Sts $91. use of house $31.50 No. 339 $122.50 S. Berry labor on Sts. No. 341 $83.50 John Francis labor on Sts. No. 342 $75.60 [?] Prisoners board No. 343 $72.60 J. H. Woolery board No. 344 $67.30

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450 JOURNAL OF THE PROCEEDINGS OF THE Apr 4/84 A. E. Alden Retail Liquor for 3 months from Apr 1. L. Diller Retail Liquor for 3 months from Apr 16. Peter Auderlou & Co Retail Liquor for 3 months from Apr 5. M. K. Gottstein Wholesale Liquor for 3 months from Mar 17. Joseph Francisco Retail Liquor for 3 months from Apr 7. Dickman & Gumbert Grocery for 3 months from Apr 4. Peter W. Wusthoff Retail Liquor for 3 months from Apr 1. The following claims having been duly audited by the Council and ordered paid by Warrants drawn on the funds & in the amounts following, to wit: City Fund W. H. Taylor Treasurer No 605 $150. E. S. Osborne Clerk 636 $125. J. H Woolery Boarding Prisoners 637 $102.75 J. H Woolery Chief of Police 638 $100. F. A. Minick Police 639 $80. T. P. Small Police 640 $80. Chas Lind Police 641 $80. A. H. Manning Police 642 $80. J. C. Floyd Police 643 $80. D. L. McCowan Police 644 $80. James WelchPolice 645 $80. R. Osborn Atty 646 $75. Herald Publishing Co Printing 647 $70.30 Geo. R. Finn Police 648 $69. Clarence Hanford Job Work 649 $58. T. H. Cann J P Fees 650 $56.20 Post-Intelligencer Co. Job Work 651 $15. Stringham & Joslin Team Nos etc 652 $13.90 B. B. Freed Double Assessment 653 $8.48 Sunset Telephone Co Line Rentals 654 $6.65 Goffe Printing Co. JobWork 655 $5.25 E. S. Osborne Laws of'83 656 $5.25 Nicholas Brown Removing Carrion 657 $2.50

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551 COMMON COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF SEATTLE. Oct 13/84 existing Ordinances and Territorial laws. Ordered that Mrs Dodd & Mrs Schultz be & are hereby permitted to peddle about the City for 3 months without a license Orderline that Wm L. Lindsley & the Janitors of all School buildings be & they are hereby appointed Special Policemen without charge to the City and that the Chief of Police be & is hereby instructed to give stars to said parties upon application Ordered that the Council stand now adjourned Attest: E S. Osborne Clerk Approved John Leary Mayor Oct 17/84 Be it remembered that on this the 17th day of October 1884, the Common Council of the City of Seattle meets in its Council Chamber pursuant to law, The following Officers are present, tonit: His Honor the Mayor John Leary and Councilmen Chas F. Clancy, Geo. F. Frye, W. A. Harrington, B. L. Northrup, Alfred Snyder, G. F. Sox, H. L. Yesler & W. G. Latimer Thereupon the following proceedings are had: The Assessment Rolls for Front, Kentucky, Harrison and Temperance Streets Improvements under Ordinances Nos 565 & 581 and Jackson Street Improvement under Ordinance No. 592 are referred to a Special Committee, to wit: Latimer, Northrup & Frye A communication is rec'd fromJustice Vrooman on the matter of Policemens fees. Referred to the Atty. A petition is rec'd from Walter Burritt for refunding $25.00 paid for a Grocery license, which license was refused. Referred to the Atty Licenses Ordered Issued Ordered that licenses be issued as follows: Blanchard & Smith for Retail liquors for 12 months from Nov. 11 The A. P. Hotaling Co for Wholesale for 6 months from Oct. 16 Chas G. Steinwey for Retail for 3 months from Oct. 3 M & K. Gottsteinfor Wholesale for 3 months from Sept 17 A. E. Alden, Manager for Retail for 3 months from Oct 1 John Collinsfor Retail for 3 months from Sept 25

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748 Journal of the Proceedings of the Feb 17 1886 Office of the Mayor Seattle W T February 17th 1886, A special meeting of the Common Council of the city of Seattle is hereby called to be held at the council chamber at the hour of seven o'clock P.M. on Thursday the 18th day of February 1886 for the transaction of such business as may legally come before it H L Yesler Mayor

Feb 18 1886 Be it remembered that on this 18th day of February 1886 the Common Council of the City of Seattle meets in its council chamber pursuant to the cll of the mayor there being present his Honor the Mayor Henry L Yesler, and Councilmen R H Calligan, J Furth, G W. Hall W. A.Harrington, John Keenen; T. W. Lake, Chas McDonald, J. J. Post and G W Young; when the following proceedings were had, to wit: Ordinances An ordinance is submitted by the City Attorney entitled "An Ordinance relating to the Police Force and defining the powers and duties and fiscally the Compensation of certain officers of the Police Department" which after consideration by the council is adopted by the following vote: In favor of the same, R H Calligan, J Furth, G W. Hall, W. A.Harrington, John Keenen; T. W. Lake, Chas McDonald, J. J. Post and G W Young, against none.

Police Officers On motion of councilman Furth the following named persons are nominated as police officers of the City of Seattle and elected by a unanimous vote of the Council Viz: Police Inspector A. E. Alden Police Officers, W H DeWolf, J Paul Lange, Peter Frissell, W M Morse, Neil Henly, C M Anderson, Saul P Short, W M

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