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743 COMMON COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF SEATTLE Feb 5 1886 From Same committee returning report of the chief of the Fire Department in regard to Engineer James Ingraham with the recommendation that the same be tabled for the reason that there are no charges made against said Ingrahamsave that of ill feeling. adopted From Committee on Beach Road reporting that of the 40 lots across which the proposed road would run the free right of way had been obtained of 33 and negotiations were in progress to secure the right of way across the remaining 7 Report adopted and on motion the City Attorney is directed to draw the necessary ordinance establishing said highway. From Committee on Public Grounds reporting that the soil of the City Park was not in suitable condition for transplanting shrubbery and recommending that the matter be indefinately postponed. adopted From the City Attorney reporting that Geo H Wright is not in in his opinion entitled to the return of his Road Poll tax as asked for, as the said Wright was not connected with the Fire Department at the time the assessment was made and therefore cannot claim his exemption. Adopted Also an verbal report from the City Attorney that in his opinion the ordinance for the licensing of the sale of fruit trees heretofore submitted is invalid. Applications for License Referred E H Huntley, Harris & Peters, E Champeaux, Richentenwald & Co, M J McDonough, John T Lester, A & J Heimrich, A Slorah, Margaret O'Shea, Jacob Boegli, Oliver Parent, Fred Gasch, John Feigh, Aug Wolfff, W Waugh, Andrew Slorah, A Walters & Co, B Kurtz, Eugene O'Connor & Thomas Radcliffe Licenses Ordered Issues The following licenses are ordered issues viz: John Heimrich Jr Retail Intox 3 months from Jany 16th 1886 Wm McMasters Retail Intox 3 months from Jany 17th 1886

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751 COMMON COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF SEATTLE Feb 19 1886 Andrew Slorah Retail Malt 3 months from Feby 11 B Kurz Retail Malt 3 months from Feby 6 Thos Radcliff Retail Malt 3 months from Feby 18 Margaret O'Shea Retail Malt 3 months from Feby 15 A Slorah Retail Intoxicating 3 months from Feby 23 John T Lister Retail Intoxicating 3 months from Feby 17 Oliver Parent Retail Intoxicating 3 months from Feby 13 John Feigh Retail Intoxicating 3 months from Feby 8 A Walters & Co Retail Intoxicating 3 months from Jany 29 Eugene O'Connor Retail Intoxicating 3 months from Feby 15 Henry Fasur Retail Intoxicating 3 months from Feby 12 Jacob Boegli Retail Malt 3 months from Feby 27 Fred Gasch Retail Malt 3 months from Feby 8 The vote upon issueing said licenses being as follows, to wit: 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 Bills Allowed

The following cleima having been dly audited bythe Council are allowed and ordered paid by warrants drawn on the several funds, viz: G Kellogg City 1483 3.25 Medicine for prisoners H B Nelson City 1484 3.75 Services as Special Police F D Sprague City 1485 3.75 Services as Special Police Waddell & Miles City 1486 6.72 Pipe repair city Jail G Kellogg Road 1212 2.25 Horse Medicine D L Fletcher Fire 747 4.00 Damage to Boot Black Stand G Kellogg Fire 748 5.65 Salt & Labor thawing Fire Plugs Frank Beattie Fire 749 3.00 Washing Hose C F Rich Fire 750 2.50 Repairing Straps etc A Labrasche Fire 751 3.00 Washing Hose Labrasche & Meydenbauer Fire 752 6.00 Washing Hose Waddell & Miles Fire 753 1.85 2 buckets Spring Hill Water Co Water 34 166.00 Water Month of Jany

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783 COMMON COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF SEATTLE Apr 16 1886 on road fund be issued in lieu and that the Treasurer return to Clerk the assessment roll under said ordinance #335 and receive credit thereupopn on motion the report is adopted Proposal of G G Teschman for building cistern is read On motion the bod is rejected and the Chairman of Fire and Water Committee is instructed to have the cistern built the following petition for liquor licenses are received and referred to Committee on Licenses Margaret O'Shea, H Foster, H Haggenmaker & Co, A Wolff, G C Delfel, Grubb & Johnson, J Murphy, Mauer & Steinle J Shepich, Harms & Peters The following petitionfor liquor licenses having been approved by the License Committee are granted T Clancy R I 3 months from April 16th A Lunn R I 3 months from April 26 O L Dahlquist R I 3 months from April 23 Curtis & Grant R I 3 months from April 23 Bersch & Hink R I 3 months from May 1 Shaw & Alger R I 3 months from April 9 Wm Gross R I 3 months from May 1 Thompson & Nelson M I 3 months from April 28 Henry Kersey M I 3 months from April 12 Otto Fuhrman M I 3 months from April 16th The Vote on the foregoing petitions being as follows in favor of the granting thereof R H Calligan J Furth, G W Hall, Chas McDonald, J J Post and G W Young; against none. The Claim of Black Diamond Coal Co on City fund for $4. coal is allowed and warrant ordered drawn

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4 JOURNAL OF THE PROCEEDINGS OF THE May 7 1886 The following petitions for liquor licenses having been approved by the license committee are granted and licneses ordered issued: James Murphy Retail intoxicating 3 months from May 12 Geo C Delfel Retail intoxicating 3 months from May 16 Grubb & Johnson Retail intoxicating 3 months from May 1 Harm & Peters Retail intoxicating 3 months from May 20 Mauer & Steinle Retail intoxicating 3 months from Apr 30 H Foster Retail intoxicating 3 months from May 12 H Haggenmaker & Co Retail intoxicating 3 months from May 15 Margaret O'Shea Retail malt 3 months from May 15 A Wolff Retail malt 3 months from May 13 J Shepich Retail malt 3 months from May 8 The vote on the foregoing being as follows: In favor thereof Councilmen R H Calligan, J Furth, G W Hall, W A Harrington, T W LAke, Chas McDonald, J J Post and G W Young The following claims have been duly audited by the Council are allowed andordered paid by warrants drawn on the respective funds to wit: W R Forrest #1622 City 125.00 Clerk A Chilberg #1623 City 83.33 Treasurer C H Hanford #1624 City 100.00 Attorney J Bogart #1625 City 108.40 Jailor & Board of Prisoners L Cummings #1626 City 91.00 St Commissioner G G Lyon #1627 City 44.55 Justice Fees M Dishon #1628 City 7.46 Printing for Mch R H Thomson #1629 City 23.50 Engineering J S M Smart #1630 City 75.00 Health Officer Sunset Telephone Co #1631 City 5.90 Telephone for May G W Hapgood #1632 City 1.50 Repairs in Clerk's office G A Hill #1633 City 23.65 Justice Fees J W Warner #1634 City 7.50 Special Police L Miller #1635 City 4.00 Coal for Police Office Chas Woolery #1636 City 2.20 Witness Fees Kline & Rosenberg #1637 City 3.00 Gloves for Police

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56 JOURNAL OF THE PROCEEDINGS OF THE Jul 30 186 is ordered to put in a wooden sewer in accordance with the prayer of the petitioner. Petition of G Kellogg et al for fire ladders to be placed at Lake Union Referred on Fire & Water Communicaton from A W Burrell contractor for Beach Road Bridge received read & Ordered filed and on motion of Councilman Furth the clerk is ordered to return the said Burrell the certified check deposited by him with his bid upon the filing of the approved bond & Contract Communication of L Kusters asking that the item of $2500 personal property be stricken from the assessment of Anna E Shannon she being a non-redisent of Seattle since 1885 & Living in Canada read & on motion the request is granted and the clerk is directed to make the correction. Committee Reports Received From Fire & Water Committee recommending that the sum of $50. be allowed Chief Engineer Campbell as partial compensation for valuable services rendered Adopted and Clerk ordered to draw a warrant in favor of said Campbell for the sum of $50.00 Quarterly report of Health Officer for the Quarter ending July 30 1886. received read and approved & ordered filed. Licenses referred O N Morse, The A P Hotaling Co, Andrew Slorah, & Margaret O'Shea Licenses Ordered Issued O P Dahlquist R Intox 3 months from July 23rd 1886 Walters & Dietz R Intox 3 months from July 29 1886 A Wolters R Intox 3 months from July 19 1886

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