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162 JOURNAL OF THE PROCEEDINGS OF THE Nov. 3/82 Be it remembered that on this the 3rd day of November 1882 the Common Council of the City of Seattle meets in its Council Chamber pursuant to law. The following Officers are present, to wit: Councilmen O.F. Cosper, Chas F. Clancy, Fred Gasch, G. L. Manning and U.M. Rasin. Thereupon the following proceedings are had. By reason of the absence from the City of His Honor the Mayor Councilman U.M. Rasin is elected to the position of Acting Mayor to serve during such absence. Petitions Received From W.D. Lyts for the right to erect a building near the Columbia Street Incline. Referred to the Committee on Streets and Street Improvements. From John H. Carr et al for a sidewalk on the north side of Jackson Street from the west side of 8th Street to the the west side of 6th Street. Referred to the Committee on Streets and Street Improvements. From F.X. Prefontaine et al for a refunding concert license paid by Catholic Church. Referred to the Committee on Streets and Street Improvements. From E.A. Turner et al for the right to raise a sidewalk on 8th Street fronting Lot 5 Block 40 and to grade and raise crosswalk. Referred to the Commitee on Streets and Street Improvements. From M. S. Booth et al for a street lamp corner Jefforson and 5th Streets. Referred to Gas Light Committee. From W. N. Bell with a reference to a sidewalk in front of Odd Fellows Hall on Front Street in BellTown. Referred to the Committee on Streets and Street Improvements. From E.W. Rea asking for further time in which to complete the New City Engine House. Referred to Jail Comtee. From H.J. White protesting against paying grade tax for Union Street grade. Referred to the Committee on Streets and Street Improvements. Reports Received From the City Attorney for the month ending Oct 01 1882.

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163 COMMON COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF SEATTLE Nov 2/82 Adopted. From Justice of the Peace showing fines collected. Adopted. From City Clerk showing amount of receipts as fees. Adopted. From Treasurer showing general receipts and disbursements. Referred to Finance Comtee. From Treasurer on Jackson Street sidewalk. Referred to Finance Comtee. From Street Commissioner showing labor done. Referred to the Committee on Streets and Street Improvements. From Street Commissioner approving 7th Street sidewalk. Referred to the Committee on Streets and Street Improvements. From Surveyor showing work done on Front Street grade. Referred to the Committee on Streets and Street Improvements. From Surveyor showing work done on 2d, 3rd and other Streets grade. Referred to the Committee on Streets and Street Improvements. From Harbor Master showing collections. Adopted. Committee's Reports Received From Jail Committee showing contract work done on New City Engine House. Adopted. From Streets and Street Improvements recommending the granting of the petition of Eliza A. Driggs et al for opening Wall and Vine Streets. Adopted and Street Commissioner is hereby instructed to open said streets accordng to the prayer of said petition. From Streets and Street Improvements recommending the granting of the petition of the Sisters of Charity et al for a sewer on Madison Street. Ordered that the Committee of 2 Councilmen be appointed to conduct with the Street Committee and report at next meeting plans and specfications for such sewer. Thereupon the Acting Mayor appoints Cosper and Clancy as such Committee. From Fire and Water Supply on an Ordinance granting a water franchises. Laid on the table. From Gas Lights recommending the erecting of certain lamp posts.

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164 JOURNAL OF THE PROCEEDINGS OF THE Nov 3/82 From Fire and Water Supply on the petition of J.W. George et al with reference to Wash House on Lot 8 Block 6 Maynard's Plat stating that work had been stopped there and occupation thereof forbidden. Adopted. From Licenses and Revenue recommending a retail liquor license be issued to Frank Peters. Adopted. From Licenses and Revenue recommending a retail liquor license be issued to J.H. Grimsley. Adopted. From Licenses and Revenue recommending a retail liquor license be issued to Joseph Francisco. Adopted. From Licenses and Revenue recommending a retail liquor license be issued to Wm. Grose. Adopted. From Licenses and Revenue recommending the granting of the petition of F.X. Perfontaine refunding license collected from Catholic Church. Adopted. From Licenses and Revenue recommending the granting of the petition of the Sing Verein Orion for refunding license collected. Adopted. From Jail Committee that E. W. Rea have 5 weeks further time from date in which to complete the New City Engine House. Adopted. From Finance approving the Treasurer's report on Jackson Street sidewalk. Adopted. Claims paid The following claims having been duly audited by the Council are ordered paid by Warrants drawn on the funds and in the amounts following, to wit: City Fund E.W. Rea contract work City Engine House Nos. 207 208 209 210 211 212 $1068.75 E. S. Osborne Clerk No. 213 180.00 C.H. Hanford Atty 214 41.65 J.H. Wooley Chief of Police 215 100.00 D. L. McCoulan Police 216 80.00 W. B. Thompson Police 217 80.00 James Welch Police 218 80.00 R. H. Calligan Police 219 71.85 J.W. Renart Police 220 8.15 Frank Seidel Assessor 221 187.50

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165 COMMON COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF SEATTLE Nov 3/82 T. H. Carr J.P.'s fees No. 222 $25.90 Seattle Chronicle Printing 223 109.14 C. Hanford & Co. Job Printing 224 73.50 M.V. B. Stacy Ground rent for jails 225 10.00 Davis & Woodruff Stationary 226 40.00 Sing Verein Orion license refunded 227 5.00 Catholic Church license refunded 228 15.00 J. F. Cochran making term numbers 229 14.00 D.A. Jennings groceries and c for Pest House 231 6.55 E. F. Manning Hauling toPest House 232 1.50 Road Fund Henry Sheahan street labor$91horsehir$23 prisonersboard $26 No 92 $140.00 Stephen Berry Street Labor 93 60.00 M.S. Costello Street Labor 94 58.75 Thomas Rock Street Labor 95 50.00 Luther Albee Street Labor 96 46.25 Robert Russell do with team 97 6.00 Stetson & Post lumber 98 73.99 G. P. McFadden hauling lumber 99 4.75 F. W. Wusthoff Nails etc 100 19.50 James Benman repairs to Street cart etc 101 3.75 F.H. Whitworth Surveys Washton. St grade 102 58.00 Gas Fund Seattle Gas Lights Co Gas No. 23 $214.65 John L. Kahaley attending lights 24 34.50 Waddell & Miles repairs to gas lamps 25 80.70 D.A. Jennings Oil etc 26 1.85 Fire Fund W.A. Perry steward No 82 $75.00 James Dunham cleaning engine 83 3.00 McDaniel Bros hauling engines to & from incline 84 2.00 Miller & Miller hauling coke and engine 85 4.00 S. E. Davison Hauling coal 86 .50 J. Maginnis Hauling coal 87 .50 F. W. Wusthoff Oil etc 88 8.10 D.A. Jennings Oil etc 89 8.50

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166 JOURNAL OF THE PROCEEDINGS OF THE Nov 3/82 Waddell and Miles oil can etc No90 $2.15 Kellogg and Anderson tupoli etc 91 4.50 H.W. Wadleigh water 92 7.50 Front Street Sidewalk Fund Hoole & Simpson contract work Nos 44, 45, 46, 47, 48, 49 50, 51, 52, 53, 54, 55, 57 $ 2076.75 King Street Sidewalk Fund D.S. Hill contract work Nos 58 & 59 $490.00 F. H. Whitworth Surveys plans etc 60 22.00 Stewart 10th, & Virginia Streets Sidewalk Fund F. H. Whitworth Surveys, plans etc No61 $14.00 Pine and 9th Streets Sidewalk Fund F.H. Whitworth Surveys, plans etc No62 $12.00 Front Street Grade Fund Chiu Guan & Charlie contract work No63 $287.63 F. H. Whitworth surveys etc No64 61.00 2d, 3d, and intersecting Streets Grade F. H. Whitworth Surveys, plans etc Nos 65, 66 $401.50 Chin Guan & Charlie contract work Nos 67,68,69,70, 71,72,73, 74,75,76,77,78,79,80,81,82,83 $4126.77 7th Street Sidewalk Fund John J. McGilvra contract work Nos 84, 85 and 86 $450.00 F. H. Whitworth surveys etc 87 18.00 Applicants for Licenses Received James Vergon for retail liquors from Nov 7 1882 for 3 mos Granted Pritchard & Lester for retail liquors from Nov 17 1882 for 3 mos Granted A. F. Hill for retail liquors from Nov 12 1882 for 3 mos Granted A. F. Hill 1 Billiard Table Nov 12 3 mos Granted Adam Sling grocery Nov 10 3 mos Granted Adam Sling 1 Pigeon Hole Table Nov 10 3 mos Granted John H. Horrell retail liquors Nov 8 3 mos Granted Louis Sylvania retail liquors Nov 8 3 mos Granted Margaret Sullivan grocery Nov 12 3 mos Granted Thos Smith retail liquors Nov 8 3 mos Granted Thos Smith retail liquors Nov 8 3 mos Granted French & Co wholesale Liquors Nov 8 3 mos Granted French & Co wholesale Liquors Nov 8 3 mos Granted Aug Mattson retail liquors Nov 12 3 mos Granted

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