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353 COMMON COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF SEATTLE Sept 7/83

Be it remembered that on this the 7th day of September 1883 the Common Council of the City of Seattle meets in its Council Chamber pursuant to law.

The following Officers are present, towit: His Honor the Acting Mayor Councilman U. M. Rasin and Councilmen Thomas Clancy, B. F. Day, Geo. W. Harris, Charles McDonald, Otto Ranke and F. W. Wusthoff

Petitions Rec'd From A. S. Miller et al for changing proposed elevation of Sidewalks on 4th Street near Marion. Referred to Street Committee

From ]]Murphy and Stewart]] asking for the postponement of the detention of the forfeiture for & on a/c of 9th Street Improvement bid of $250.00 until the final payment. Referred to the Street Committee

From G. N. Alexander for an extension of time for the completion of the piling on South 3rd Street until October 10, 1883. Referred to Street Committee

From M. H. Wilcox et al for a crossing in Front Street. Referred to Street Committee

From Geo F. Frye for the right to move building through the street to use a portion of Front & Marion Street for building purposes, for the dumping of earth foot of Marion Street & for the right to construct a Sewer across Front Street Referred to Street Committee

Reports Rec'd From the following City Offices & referred as follows towit: City Justice to Judiciary Comtee; Clerk to Finance Comtee; Treasurer on General Funds to Finance Comtee; Street Commissioner to Street Comtee; Harbor Master to Harbor & Wharves; Chief of Police in relation to Officer Manning to Health & Police Comtee; Fire Warden to Fire Comtee

From the Surveyor submitting the Plans and Specifications for the construction of Sidewalks in Spring Street under Ordinance No. 440. Referred to the Street Committee

Committees Reports Rec'd From the Street Committee recommending the granting of the petition of Deitrich Rohl et al for the opening of Clay Street from Water Street to City limits. Adopted & Street Commissioner is hereby instructed to okay the law.

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354 JOURNAL OF THE PROCEEDINGS OF THE Sept 7/83

From Harbor & Wharves Comtee approving the Harbor Masters report. Adopted.

From Judiciary and Legislative Comtee approving the report of the City Justice. Adopted.

From Street Committee recommending the granting of the petition of Geo. F. Frye for the moving of a building & for other purposes. Adopted

From Street Committee recommending the granting of the petition of G. N. Alexander for further time until October 10.1883 in which to complete the piling in South 3rd Street. Adopted.

From Street Committee recommending the granting of the petition of Murphy and Stewart for the postponement of the detention of the forfeiture of $250.00 until the final payment on 4th Street Improvement. Adopted

From Finance Committee approving Clerks report. Adopted From Finance Committee approving Treasurers report. Adopted From Street Committee approving Street Commissioners report and Payroll. Adopted

Applications for Licenses Ordered that licenses be issued as follows, towit: J. C. Conrad for Retail liquor for 3 months from Sept 5.1883 Otto Fuhrmann for Grocery 3 10 James Glynn & Co Retail 3 10

Claims Paid The following claims having been duly audited by the Coucil are ordered paid by Warrants drawn on the funds and in the amounts following towit:

City Fund Clarence Hanford Job work No. 451 $115.50 J. H. Woolery Chief of Police 452 100. E. S. Osborne Clerk 453 90. D. L. McCowan Policeman 454 80. A. H. Manning do 455 80. Charles Lind do 456 80. James Welch do 457 80. J. C. Floyd do 458 80.

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355 COMMON COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF SEATTLE Sept 7/83

Richard Osborn Attorney No. 459 $75. R. B. Crowell Making tax roll 460 67.50 T. H. Cann S. P. S. fees 461 59.50 Pumphrey & Lowman Stationary 462 44.70 Ebersold & Co Job Work 463 33. Myra A. Carr Tax error refunded 464 10.76 Seattle Telephone Exchange use of lines 465 6.65 L. Neuman keys for City Hall 466 5. Cosper, McIntyre & Co. Brooms 467 3.5 E. S. Osborne Postage on Mayor Report 468 2.42

Road Fund Stetson & Post lumber No. 253 $476.76 Henry Sheahan Street labor $91. use of horse $39. 254 130. D. L. McCowan Boarding Prisoners 255 110. J. M. Snow Establishing grade on 5th Street, Pine north 256 78.8 James Campbell Street labor 257 63.75 Luther Absee Street labor 258 63.75 Stephen Barry Street labor 259 63.75 Thomas Rock Street labor 260 63.75 G. N. Alexander Carts & man 261 59.70 G. P. McFaden hauling lumber 262 40. Wald & Campbell Hardware 263 19.03 John Terrice Street labor 264 10. J. L. Kahaley hauling lumber 265 3. Geo. B. Adair, Trustee Nails 266 8.50

Gas Fund Seattle Gas Light Co. Gas No. 61 $309.85 J. L. Kahaley Attending Gas 62 40.

Fire Fund Carkeek & Nicholas Contract Work Columbia St. Engine House No. 205 $600. Donald Macke Services as Architect 204 145. W. A. Perry Engineer No. 1 205 75. F. B. Cosper Engineer No 2 206 75. Waddell & Miles Carbolized hose & sundries 207 19.50 Geo. A. Adair [------] Nails & sundries 208 3.15 Cosper McIntyre Co [-------] 209 2.50

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356 JOURNAL OF THE PROCEEDINGS OF THE Sept 7/83

L. Neuman Brass screws No. 210 $2. T. W. Bennett Shelving 211 2. Hall & Paulson Furniture Co Furniture Polish 212 1. The claim Hall & Paulson Furniture Co. for $10.00 is rejected

Madison St Improvement #406 Strong & Harkins Contract Work Nos 371 to 378 $5544.19 J. M. Snow Engineering 403 113.87

Pine Street Improvement #421 Strong & Harkins Contract Work Nos 379 + 380 $411.44

South 3rd St Improvement #399 Strong & Harkins Contract Work Grading Nos 381 + 382 $2273.56 G. N. Alexander do 383 443.88 J. M. Snow Engineering 399 26.

Columbia St Improvement #386 Cummings and Strong Contract Work No 384 $3894.21 J. M. Snow Engineering 396 85.25

Main St Improvement #385 S. G. Simpson Contract Work No 385 $5720.31 J. M. Snow Engineering 412 101.

9th St Improvement #395 Frahm & Simpson Contract Work No 386 $1141.42 J. M. Snow Engineering 408 88.

Jackson St Improvement #398 G. N. Alexander Contract Work No 387 $3780.14 J. M. Snow Engineering 410 151.61

Washington St Improvement #369 G. N. Alexander Contract Work - Grading No 388 $2089.38 S. G. Simpson Contract Work Sidewalks 389 310.94 J. M. Snow Engineering 394 39.

4th St Improvement #395 Murphy and Stewart Contract Work No 390 $1721.26 J. M. Snow Engineering 401 39.62

James St Improvement #387 J. M. Snow Engineering No 406 $13.

Battery St Improvement #441 J. M. Snow Engineering No 414 $98.

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357 COMMON COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF SEATTLE Sept 7/83

Jackson St Improvement #442 J. M. Snow Engineering No 415 $98.75

South 4th St Improvement J. M. Snow Engineering No 416 $31.50

Consideration of Ordinances Ordered that the 3 applications for Street Railway franchises by the Seattle Street Railway Co J. R. Lewis et al and J. B. Metcalf et al be laid over for special business for meeting on Tuesday September 11.1883.

Ordered that the Attorney be & is hereby instructed to submit an Ordinance grading & licensing Peddlers, Hawkers etc.

The Attorney submits an Ordinance entitled "An Ordinance to amend Ordinance No 383 entitled An Ordinance to establish certain grades in the City of Seattle," thereupon after due consideration the same is adopted upon the following Vote, towit: In favor of adoption Clancy, Day, Harris, McDonald, Rasin, Ranke & Wusthoff. Against adoption none.

The Attorney submits an Ordinance entitled "To prevent the [------] of teams unfastened," thereupon after due consideration the same is adopted upon the following Vote, towit: In favor of adoption Clancy, Day, Harris, McDonald, Rasin, Ranke & Wusthoff. Against adoption none.

8 appropriation Ordinances are submitted each being entitled "A Special Ordi-nance appropriating money to pay audited bills," thereupon after due consideration the same are adopted upon the following Vote, towit: In favor of adoption Clancy, Day, Harris, McDonald, Rasin, Ranke & Wusthoff. Against adoption none.

Miscellaneous Ordered that the Clerk be & is hereby instructed to advertise for bids for boarding city prisoners.

And now in pusuance to notice duly given the Council proceeds to examine & equalize the Assessment Roll for the Improvement of Madison Street under Ordinance No 406; thereupon P. H. Lewis files written objections to such assessment. Pending the consideration of which objections [---------] said roll are referred to the Street Committee, Assessor & Attorney for examination

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