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Ordered that a notice be published warning all persons
against interfering with the gaslights.
Ordered that the City Marshall be and he is hereby ins-
tructed to cause the Budlong Boat House & boats to be re-
moved away from the Columbia Street Incline
Ordered that the City Marshall be and he is hereby instructed
to secure the Stairway adjacent to the shore occupied by
J.H. Sauderson & situated in the alley
And now the City Treasurer returned the Taxroll for the
year 1881 with his return thereon to the Council; there upon it is
ordered that the Clerk be & he is hereby instructed to deliver said
Tax Roll to the Treasurer of King County and to issue and annex
thereto a Warranted directed to said Treasurer commanding him to
proceed forthwith to collect the delinquent taxes upon such
roll & make return thereon as provided by law
Ordered that the Council stand now adjourned until
Friday evening January 13th 1881
Attest: E S Osborne, Clerk
Approved [by apparent stamp not hand] W.A. Jennings Acting Mayor
Be it remembered that on this the 13th day of January 1882
the Common Council of the City of Seattle meets in its Council
Chamber pursuant to adjornment
The following officers are present to witt: His Honor the Mayor
L P Smith and Councilmen Thomas Clancy, John Collins, M
, Wm A Jennings, John Keenan, Moses Keezer and
Charles McDonald
thereupon the following proceedings are had:
A petition is received from J H Sanderson praying for the
right to occupy oa portion of the alley adjoining his store building
on Mill Street for the purpose of a stairway into the Second storey of
said building whereupon the prayer of the petition is granted

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