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Dec 9 1885

From Judiciary Committee recommending that the date
of delinquency of city taxes be postponed until March 1st
1886. Action deferred until the next regular meeting.

From same committee recommending that Ordinance
No. 637 be amended as follows: That Sec 7 be so amended
as to omit the words "And that they have not signed in the
proceeding three months a similar bond for any person
engaged in the sale of intoxicating liquors."
And amend Sec 8 by omitting the owners and lessons permit
therefrom. Report adopted and the City Attorney
directed to draw & submit the necessary ordinance.

Ordered that the COuncil do now adjourn.

W R Forrest Clerk
H L Yesler Mayor

Dec 18 1885

Be it remembered that on this the 18th day of Dec 1885,
the common council of the City of Seattle meets in
its Council Chamber pursuant to law, the following
officers being present, viz: His Honor the Mayor H. L. Yesler
and Councilmen R. H. Calligan, J. Furth, Geo W. Hall, John
, T. W. Lake, J. J. Post, and G. W. Young. When the following proceedings were had, to wit:

Petitions and Communications

Petition of Patrick Flynn et al, praying that a
free soup house be established by the city.
Referred to Committee on Health and Police.

Petition of Fred Keenen asking permission to put
in a wooden partition in the building at 814
Front Street
. Referred to Committee on Fire and Water.

Petition of Charles Baker asking that Depot Street
be opened from Front Street to Temperance Street.

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