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JOURNAL OF THE PROCEEDINGS OF THE
Mar 11 1886
Be it remembered that on this the eleventh day of March
A D 1886 the Common Council of the City of Seattle meets in the
Council chamber pursuant to adjournment the following
officers being present to wit: His Honor the Mayor H L
Yesler
and Councilmen R H Calligan, J Furth, G W Hall,
W A Harrington, T W Lake, Chas McDonald, J J Post
and G WYoung against none
Minutes of previous meeting are read and approved
Petitions
Petitions of J G Kenyon et al praying for the removal of
obstructions and opening of wharf at foot of Madison
Street
read and referred to Committee on Harbor & Wharves
Petition of G J Armstrong for permission to conduct
a laundry with certificate from Chief of Fire Dept
only, is read and referred to Committee on Sewers.
Petition of F H Osgood praying that Sec 1 of Ord-
inance No 611 and Sec 5 of Ordinance No 569 be amended
and submitting an ordinance to that effect is read and
laid on the table.
Petition of F D DeWolf praying that the alley in
Block X of Bell's 4th Addition be vacated is read and
on otion the petition is granted
Report of Dr J S M Smart Health Officer calling
attention to certiain bodies fo stagnant water as dangerous
to the public health read and referred to committee
on Sewers.
Report of Fire and Water Committee on matter ofFire
patrol recommending that the men be allowed pay at
the rate of $2.50 per day read and on motion adopted.

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