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Be it remembered that on this the 23rd day
of June 1882, the Common Council of the City of Seattle
meets in its Council Chamber pursuant to adjournment
of June 19th 1882.
Present His Honor the Mayor L.P. Smith and
Councilmen John Collins, Wm. A. Jennings, Chas McDonald, G.
L. Manning
, M. Densmore, and Thos Clancy.
Thereupon the following proceedings was had:
A petition is received from Stewart & Ebusned et al praying
for the construction of a sidewalk on the west side of
Front Street, the same is thereupon referred to the Street Committee.
And now come Beede & Co and make applicaton for
a license to retail liquor for the period of three
months beginning July 1st 1882, and at the same time
said applicants file their bond in accordance with the
ordinance relating thereto.
After due examination said bond is approved, and the said
applicants making due proof that they are persons of good
moral character it is therefore ordered that upon their
compliance with all the other provisions of said ordinance
that clerk be and he is hereby instructed to issue a
license to said applicants for the period and purpose
above specified.
And now comes E. N. Rea, Contrator, and excutes a
contract for the erection of the City Engine House, whereupon
it is ordered that the Mayor and City Clerk be in-
structed to execute the same on behalf of the City.
In accordance with the requirements of Ordinance No 285
the Mayor appoints a jail committee, towit John Collins,
Chas McDonald, & M. Densmore.
Ordered that the Chielf of Police be intructed to
employ two extra night Policeman and two extra day
Policeman for the 3rd and Fourth of July 1882.
Ordered that Frank Seidell be and he is hereby
granted permission to fire salutes on July 4th 1882.
Ordered that the City Marshall be and he

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