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"himself from the city without permission from the proper authority.

Therefore your Committee recommend that an investigation be had
of the charges against Chief Woolery."
Dated May 15, 1885. E. F. Sox, Chairman
W. V. Rinehart
B. L. Northup

Ordered that an investigation be had of the charges made in
said report in open Council.

And now Councilman B. L. Northup tenders his resignation
of the Office of Councilman for the Third Ward. Ordered laid
on the table.

Ordered that the Council stand now adjourned until Monday
May 18, 1885 of 8 O'Clock P. M.

Attest: E. S. Osborne, Clerk. Approved: John Leary, Mayor

Be it remembered that on this the 18th of May 1885 the Common Council of the City of Seattle meets in its Council Chamber pursuant
to adjournment.

The following Officers are present, towit: His Honor the Mayor
John Leary & Councilmen W. A. Harrington, B. L. Northup, Alfred Snyder,
E. F. Sox, H. L. Yesler, W. G. Latimer & W. V. Rinehart.

Thereupon the following proceedings are had:

Petitions Rec'd

From Gus Brehm asking for the contract to buy a certain rock
in Madison Street. Referred to Street Com tee.

Communications Rec'd

From Councilman Sox regarding the claim of Ballard & Sox for
powder stolen from powder magazine. Ordered filed.


A Motion is made to reconsider the vote by which the application of
W. F. Hall for a Retail liquor license was rejected. Motion is lost.

A Motion is made to reconsider the claim of Harris & Greenis.
Motion carried claim referred to Judiciary Com tee.

The Com tee on Public Buildings & Grounds recommend

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