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773 COMMON COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF SEATTLE Apr 2 1886 Be it remembered that on this the second day of April 1886 the Common Council of the City of Seattle meets in its Council Chamber pursuant to law the following officers being present to wit: Mayor H L Yesler Councilmen R H Calligan, J Furth, G W Hall, T W Lake, Chas McDonald, J J Post and G W Young thereupon the following proceedings are had. The record of the proceedings of the previous meeting are read and approved. Petition Communication etc received; For E J Ross et al for the abatement referred to committee on Health and Police From Fred Blenkins, for permission to conduct a public laundry, on motion the petition is granted From L V Schnyder, for permission to conduct a public laundry on motion the petition is granted. From Schwabacher Bros & Co for the payment from some general fund of Warrant #146 on Jackson St sidewalk fund ordinance #335, referred to finance committee From C C Otis et al for establishment of grade and estimate of cost of improving 4th Street from Battery to Virginia on motion the petition is laid on the table From Toklas and Singerman for permission to erect a wooden shed in the rear of the San Francisco Store, on motion the petition is granted

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774 JOURNAL OF THE PROCEEDINGS OF THE Apr 2 1886 'City Officers reports received: From Justice G G Lyon referred to Judiciary Committee From City Jailor J Bogart referred to Judiciary Committee From Street Commissioner referred to Street Committee From City Surveyor referred to Judiciary Committee From Justice G G Lyon reporting the completion of Union Street sewer and showing final amount due the Contractor, referred to Finance Committee From Inspector of Police, on motion ordered placed on file From Custodian of Powder House on motion ordered placed on file From Justice D H Webster being officer in charge of City pound,referred to Finance Committee From City Treasurer referred to Finance Committee From Inspector of police on the drainage of property owned by Mr Burritt, referred to Sewer Committee From City Attorney on the petition of O Esmonin reporting that the petition has no claim of the City and recommending that the petition be not granted on motion the report is adopted Committee report s received From the Committee on Sewers and Drainage on report of Health Officer, recommeding that the cesspool between South 5th, South 6th, Main and Washington Streets be either filled or drained. On motion the matter is referred to the City Attorney, Health Officer, and City Surveyor. From Same Committee on the Feb report of the Health Officer

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775 COMMON COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF SEATTLE Apr 2 1886 in reference to the extension of Madison St sewer recommending that no action be taken in the matter at present, on motion the report is adopted. From same Committee on the petition of O J Carr et al for drain on Blanchard Street, recommending that the Street Commission be instructed to construct either all open ditch or a box drain as in his judgement will best accomplish the desierd object on motion the report is adopted. FromSame Committee on the petition of H G Struve for a sewer on 2d street. on motion the matter is referred back to the sewer committee Fron Judiciary Committee on the petition of G W Crane for reimbursement of purchase money at tax sale on property doubly assessed, recommending that petition be granted and petitioner allowed the sum of $16.00. On motion the report is adopted and warrant ordered drawn in accordance therewith From Same Committee on claim of J Murphy for reimbursement on account of injury received while acting as police officer; recommending that the claim be not allowed, on motion the report is adopted. The following alpplication for liquor licenses are received and referred to License Committee Wm Gross,Otto Fuhrman, Shaw and Alger, Thomson and Nelson, Bersch and Hink, Curtis and Grant, Henry Kersey, D P Dahlquist, Andrew Lunn, Thomas Clancy The following petitions for liquor licenses having

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776 JOURNAL OF THE PROCEEDINGS OF THE Apr 2 1886 been approved by the license committee are granted and licenses ordered issued viz: M L Abbott Wholesale Malt 3 months from April 1 John McCary Retail Intoxicating 3 months from April 15 Chas F O'Hara Retail Intoxicating 3 months from April 7 Thomas & Davis Retail Intoxicating 3 months from April 11 George Meister Retail Intoxicating 3 months from April 10 J J Marsh Retail Intoxicating 3 months from March 16 G K Bude Retail Intoxicating 12 months from April 9 C G Steinweg Retail Intoxicating 3 months from April 4 A F Able & Co Retail Malt 3 months from April 1 Scholpp & Grueniger Retail Malt 3 months from April 9 Oscar A Kraus Retail Malt 3 months from April 11 J Francisco Retail Intoxicating 3 months from April 7 The vote on the foregoing petition being as follows: in favor of the granting thereof Councilmen R H Calligan, J Furth, G W Hall, T W Lake, C W McDonald J J Post and G W Young, against none The following claims having been duly audited by the Council are allowed and ordered paid by warrant drawn on the respective funds. Name Fund Warrant# Amount Remarks W R Forrest City 1573 125.00 Salary as Clerk C H Hanford City 1574 100.00 Salary as Atty A Chilberg City 1575 83.3 Salary as Treas J Bogart City 1576 60.00 Salary as Jailor J Bogart City 1577 78.60 Board of Prisoners R H Thomas City 1578 17.00 Union St sewer R H Thomas City 1578 4.50 locating South line of city L Cummings City 1579 94.50 St Commissioner Sunset Telephone Co City 1580 5.90 Telephone for April G G Lyon City 1581 71.10 Justice Fees Burke & Rush City 1582 40.00 Painting City Stable G Kellogg & Co City 1583 5.50 Medicine for prisoners L P Smith & Son City 1584 89.10 Police Stars & Dog Tags

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777 COMMON COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF SEATTLE Apr 2 1886 774.53 Name Fund Warrant# Amount Remarks F Anthony City 1585 5.50 Binding Daily Chronicle W H Pumphrey & Co City 1586 52.20 Stationary Lowman & Hanford S & P Co City 1587 30.20 Stationary & Printing Gordon Hardware Co City 1588 434.30 Revolvers & Belts H E Levy City 1589 5.10 Supplies for Police Officer J Spencer City 1590 13.00 Plumbing for Police Officer Z C Miles City 1591 4.90 Supplies for Police Officer Seattle Hardware Co City 1592 5.20 Cartridges T C Kennard City 1593 10.00 Special Police Officer A E Alden City 1594&5 100.00 Inspector of Police W H DeWolf City 1596 80.00 Captain of Police W B Jackling City 1597 80.00 Captain of Police C M Anderson City 1598 21.67 Police Officer W M Morse City 1599 34.60 Police Officer H K Struve City 1600 65.00 Police Officer D H Blackman City 1601 65.00 Police Officer Neil Henly City 1602 54.15 Police Officer A McRae City 1603 65.00 Police Officer E H Hubbart City 1604 65.00 Police Officer G W Hapgood City 1605 28.26 Police Officer J R Davis City 1606 65.00 Police Officer J W McGee City 1607 65.00 Police Officer S P Short City 1608 65.00 Police Officer M M Holmes City 1609 65.00 Police Officer C A Craig City 1610 65.00 Police Officer Bolton Rogers City 1611 65.00 Police Officer D H Webster City 1612 65.00 Police Officer J W Smart City 1613 62.84 Police Officer J W Currier City 1614 54.15 Police Officer P Frissell City 1615 6.50 Police Officer L B Youngs City 1616 65.00 Police Officer D W Kennedy City 1617 51.98 Police Officer W M Jones City 1618 65.00 Police Officer 2754.33 G Kellogg & Co Road 1255 .50 Medicine J Finnegan Road 1256 4 .50 Labor on Streets R L Woolery Road 1257 2.25 Labor on Streets

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