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JOURNAL OF THE PROCEEDINGS OF THE

Dec 12/84 Ordered that said claims be & they are hereby referred to Street Comtee

Ordinances The Attorney submits an Ordinance entitled "An Ordinance to Authorize the execution of a Contract to furnish Gas for Lighting the public streets" After due consideration said Ordinance is adopted upon the following vote Towit: In favor of adoption Frye, Harrington, Latimer, Northup, Rinehart, Snyder, & Yesler. Against adoption: None An Ordinance is submitted entitiled "A special Ordinance appropriating money to pay audited bills" Adopted upon the following vote, Towit: In favor of adoption Frye, Harrington, Latimer, Northup, Rinehart, Snyder, & Yesler. Against adoption: None

Miscellaneous The Chief of the Fire department submits proposals to furnish beds etc for use of Fire Department. Referred to Fire Com tee Ordered that hereafter the pay of the Street Commissioner be paid out of the City Fund. Ordered that the Chief of Police be & is hereby instructed to transfer one of the Day Policemen to the Night force

Ordered that the Council stand now adjourned Attest: E S Osborne, Clerk Approved: John Leary, Mayor

Dec 22/84 Be it remembered that on this the 22d day of December 1884 the Common Council of the City of Seattle meets in it's Council Chamber pursuant to the call of His Honor the Mayor. The following Officers are present, Towit: His Honor the Mayor John Leary and Councilmen Chas F. Clancey, Geo. F. Frye, W.A. Harrington, B.L. Northrup, Alfred Snyder, E.F. Sox, H.L. Yesler, W.G. Latimer, & W.V. Rinehart.

Communications and Reports From the Attorney on the matter of prosecutions for violations of CityOrdinances. Ordered that the Attorney be & is hereby instructed to submit an Ordinance in accordance with his said report. From G. Kellogg Tendering his resignation as Chief of the Fire

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608 JOURNAL OF THE PROCEEDINGS OF THE Mar 6/85 Fire Fund W.A. Perry Engineer #1 no. 527 $75. James Dunham Engineer #2 528 72.50 Gordan Hardware Co tools for engine #2 529 14.50 Harrington & Smith Sundries for engines 530 4. Cemetery Fund A.E. Hanford taking acknowledgements of deeds No. 48 $5. R.H. Thomson plats of Washelli Cemetery 49 75. Water Fund Spring Hill Water Co Water No. 18 $139.50 James Street Grade #384 R.H. Thomson Engineering no. 1352-1354 $125.95 Cummings & Strong Contract Work 1355-1378 1190.19 Claims Referred C. Miller in road fund to judiciary committee Hook & Ladder Co in Fire Fund to fire committee Miscellaneous 5th St Grade ass. Ordered that the rate of assessment in order to provide funds to pay for the improvement of Fifth Street under Ordinance no.573 be & the same is hereby fixed at 29 cents in the dollar Rubbish from alleys Ordered that the street commissioner be & is hereby instructed to remove all the rubbish from the alleys provided said rubbish is piled up conveniently for that purpose Chaffee Hog pen nuisance Ordered that the petition of A.H. Spencer be & is hereby referred to the Health Officer Ordinances To pay bills 2. Ordinances are submitted each being entitled "a special ordinance appropriating money to pay audited bills." Adopted upon the following vote, to wit-: In favor of adoption Frye, Harrington, Latimer, Northup, Rinehart & Snyder, against the same none. Ordered that the council stand now adjourned. Attest: E.S. Osborne Clerk Approved John Leary Mayor

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623 COMMON COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF SEATTLE

John Shepich, Thos Clancy, Ed H. Huntley Applications for Licenses Granted Ordered that licenses be issued as follows towit: Thomas & Morgan for Retail Intoxicating liquor for 3 months from Apr 11, 1885 Scholpp & Greeninger for Retail malt liquor for 3 months from Apr 27, 1885 Bersch & Hink for Retail Intoxicating liquor for 3 months from May 1, 1885 Gruff & Johnson for Retail Intoxicating liquor for 3 months from May 1, 1885 O.P. Dahlquist for Retail Intoxicating liquor for 3 months from Apr 23, 1885 McMaster & Caswell for Retail Intoxicating liquor for 3 months from Apr 17, 1885 Wm Groz for Retail Intoxicating liquor for 3 months from May 1, 1885 Andrew Lunn & Co for Retail Intoxicating liquor for 3 months from Apr 26, 1885 The vote on granting said licenses is as follows. In favor Rinehart, Snyder, Yesler, & Latimer. Against Northup Ordered that the application of John Farnham be & is hereby laid on the table Claims Paid Cemetary Fund John L. McLellan Fencing Washelli Cem. etc. No. 53 $53.28 Watson Spencer Fencing Washelli Cem. etc 54 11. S.C Harris Co. auditor Recording plat of same 55 22. Fire Fund The Gutta Percha Rubber Mfg Co Fire buckets No 547 $66.25 Dan McKern freight Fire buckets 548 1.44 Oregan Improvement Co Coal at Stetson & Post Fire 549 12.65 A. LaBrasche services at Stetson & Post Fire 550 5.50 Pat Hogan services at Stetson & Post Fire 551 5. Ian L Johnson services at Stetson & Post Fire 552 4. Lou Bowker services at Stetson & Post Fire 553 5. J.H. Stagg services at Stetson & Post Fire 554 6. Chas Goodwin services at Stetson & Post Fire 555 10. R. Swyney services at Stetson & Post Fire 556 6.50 J.M. Sutton services hauling hose carts & hose 557 1. R.H. Calligan services hauling buckets 558 3. Emory Williams repairing pump #1 559 3. Patsy Carrol Fwding strainer to No2's suction 560 5. Post Intelligencer Printing for board of Fire Delegates 561 2. Chronicle Pub co Printing for board of Fire Delegates 562 2. Bulletin Pub. Co Printing for board of Fire Delegates 563 2.

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624 JOURNAL OF THE PROCEEDINGS OF THE

ordered that the claim of Chronicle Pub. Co for $1.50 be & is hereby laid on the table Ordered that the claim of Edward Kogan be & is hereby referred to the Judiciary Comtee. Ordered that the claim of Harris & Greenus by & is hereby referred to the Comtee on Public Buildings, Property & Grounds Ordinances An Ordinance is submitted entitled "A Special Ordinance appropriating money to pay auditors bills" Adopted, upon the following vote, to wit. In favor of adoption Northup, Rinehart, Snyder, Yesler & Latimer. Against adoption none. Ordered that the Council stand now adjourned Attest: E. S Osborne, Clerk Approved John Leary, Mayor Be it remembered that on this the 1st day of May 1885 the Common Council of the City of Seattle meets in its Council Chamber pursuant to law The following officers are present to wit: His Honor the Mayor John Leary and Councilmen B. L. Northup, Alfred Snyder, H. L. Yesler, W. G. Latimer and W. V. Rinehart Thereupon the following proceedings are had: Petitions Rec'd From the President of the Board of Fire Delegates for an appropriation of $100 00 for the Secretary of said Board for the past year. Rejected From Bittner & Theiler for the right to remove the location of their Salon business from the West side of Front Street to the East side of Front Street in the Maddock's building From Bailey Gatzert for vacating Alley in Block 787 McNaughts & Terrys 2d, additions, Referred to the Comtee on Public Buildings, Property and Grounds From C. H. S. R. R. Co. for the rebate of certain taxes assessed to the Oregon Improvement Co. Referred to Judiciary Comtee From J. F. McNaught for rebating taxes on a/c of double assessment

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630 JOURNAL OF THE PROCEEDINGS OF THE

And now the Council proceeds to consider the matter of equalizing the Assessment Roll for the planking of Commercial, Mill and Front Streets under Ordinance No. 595. Thereupon a motion is made that said Assessment Roll be rejected, the note on said Motion is as follows: In favor of said Motion Frye, Harrington, Yesler & Latimer. Against said Motion Northup, Rinehart, Snyder & Sox. There being a tie vote His Honor the Mayor Votes to sustain the Motion, thereupon said Roll is declared rejected.

From the Judiciary Committee recommending the granting of the C.P.P.S.R.R.Co to cancel certain assessments of property against to Oregon Improvement Co Report. Adopted.

From Street Com tee recommending the granting of the petition of S. F. Hoskinson to vacate temporarily the alley in Block 21 Pontius 2d add Report adopted.

Application for Licenses Referred

H. S. Meyer, M. M. Donald, John Levy, Vitus Schmid, Otto Fuhrman & Co, E. Davidson, Geo. Perkins, Benj Murphy & Co, Cowles & Foster

Licenses Ordered Issued

Ordered that licenses be issued as follows, towit: Geo. Meister for Retail Malt liquors for 3 months from May 1. Bernard King for Retail Malt liquors for 3 months from May 6 Morgan Lawrence for Retail Intoxicatingliquors for 3 months from May 23 John T. Lester for Retail Intoxicating liquors for 3 months from May 17 A. F. Hill for Retail Intoxicating liquors for 3 months from June 23 Walters Bros. & Co for Retail Intoxicating liquors for 3 months from Apr 29 Chas Ross for Retail Intoxicating liquors for 3 months from June 1 John Brannen for Retail Malt liquors for 3 months from June 3 Patrick Flynn for Retail Malt liquors for 3 months fromMay 22 Henry Mauer & Co for Retail Malt liquors for 3 months from May 22 Gumbert & Dickman for Retail Intoxicatingliquors for 3 months from June 1 Lewis Silvin for Retail Intoxicating liquors for 3 months from May 7 E. Champeaux for Retail Intoxicating liquors for 3 months from June 5 Wm Waugh for Retail Malt liquors for 3 months from May 15

The vote on granting said Applications Stands as follows: In favor of Granting the same Frye, Harrington, Rinehart, Snyder, Sox, Yesler & Latimer. Against the same Northup

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