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78 JOURNAL OF THE PROCEEDINGS OF THE Sep 3 1886 Be it remembered that on this 3rd day of September 1886 the Common Council of the City of Seattle meets in its Council Chamber pursuant to law. Present Mayor Shoudy and Councilmen Frink, Green Hinckley, Lake, Russell & Reitze The minutes of the last meeting were read and approved. Petitions Received & Read From P G Beigninane for permission to erect an Oyster Stall at the foot of Marion Street. Referred to Street Committee From F Lange for the removal of a tank in Jefferson Street On motion referred to a special Committee Consisting of Councilmen Hinckley, Russell and Reitze. From Seattle Gas and Electric Light Co for the opening of South 5th Street between Main & Jackson Streets for the passage of teams. Referred to Street Com. From M Korn et al for Street Lights on Washington Street at the intersection of each crossing up to and including South 11th St/ Also a light on the line of Mill Street at the junction of South 11th Broadway and 9th Streets. Granted. From H Lysler for permission to place a small wooden building on the vacant ground between the Yesler Leary Building & the Starr Building on ]]Front St]] Also a small wooden building adjoining the Times Office on James Street. Granted. From Wm Murphy et al for a Street Light of 32 candle power placed on the left of Main Street at the intersection of the Railroad. Granted.

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79 COMMON COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF SEATTLE Sep 3 1886 Reports Recd for Month of Aug From City Atty Read and ordered filed From Justices Geo G Lyon & G A Hill, referred to Finance Committee and approved From Chief of Police Read and ordered filed From City Treasurer referred to Finance Com. From Street Commr Referred to Street Com & Returned approved From Custodian of the Powder House Read and ordered filed From City Jailor Referred to Street Com & Returned approved Quarterly Report of Chief of Fire Department containing certain recommendation and suggestions read and referred to Fire &Water Committee and on motion of Councilman Frink it is ordered that the owner of Block No 14 Maynards plat be requested to remove the old shanties and prevent trannps and Indians from building campfires in the saw dust on said permises, which is a constant source of danger, And the Chief of Police is ordered to abate the same nuisance in the streets adjoining said premises. Committee Reports Recieved From Street Committee on petition of J F Phinney et al for the opening of Eighth Street recommending that the same be not granted. Report Adopted From the Smae Committee on Communicatio from Street Commissioner in regard to Front Street sidewalk recommending as follows: That the following portions of Front Street sidewalk be condemned and the owners fo the property be notified to build the same anew. 1st: Commencing at the South line of Union Street running thence south along the East Line of Front Street to a point 120 feet south of the south line of Madison Street 2d: Commencing at South line of Marion Street

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80 JOURNAL OF THE PROCEEDINGS OF THE Sep 3 1886 and running South 152 feet along E side of Front St 3d: Commencing at South line of Columbia Street and running along E line of Front Street to a point 200 feet south of South line of Cherry Street Report Adopted Petitions for Licenses Referred Mrs John Osborn, Chas Ross, J P Tighe, John Hemrich, John Brannan, Davidson & Grubb, & Feigh and Miller Licenses Ordered Issued Jacob Bersch R Intox 3 months from Sept 10 J H Foster R Intox 3 months from Aug 12 W F Allen R Intox 3 months from Aug 21 Ole Nelson R Intox 3 months from Aug 21 H Haggenmaker R Intox 6 months from Aug 15 Chas Ross R Intox 3 months from Sept 1 A F Hill R Intox 3 months from Sept 3 Vitus Schmid R Intox 3 months from Sept 1 Ernst Romey R Intox 3 months from Aug 19 A & J Heinrich R Malt 3 months from Aug 14 M McDonald R Malt 3 months from Sept 8 The vote upon issuing said licenses is as follows viz: In favor of the same Frink, Green, Hinckley, Lake, Russell & Reitze. Against none. The application of Thos Radcliffe for a retail malt license is rejected on account of insufficiency of the bond. Billd Allowed The following claims against the City having been duly audited and allowed by the Council are ordered paid by warrants drawn on the different funds as follows, to wit:

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81 COMMON COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF SEATTLE Sep 3 1886 Name Warrant# Fund Amount Remarks W R Forrest 1858 City 125.00 Salary City Clerk E Shepard 1859 City 15.40 Salary City Clerk Jas Bogart 1860 City 60.00 Salary City Clerk Jas Bogart 1860 City 53.80 Salary City Clerk A Chilberg 1861 City 40.00 Salary City Clerk L A Treen 1862 City 60.00 Salary City Clerk L Cummings 1863 City 94.50 Salary City Clerk F H Peterson 1864 City 100.00 Salary City Clerk Bolton Rogers 1865 City 26.00 Services as Police Officer J W Smart 1866 City 26.00 Services as Police Officer L B Young 1867 City 26.00 Services as Police Officer J R Davis 1868 City 26.00 Services as Police Officer W B Jackling 1869 City 26.00 Services as Police Officer B Rogers 1870 City 4.30 Special Police Chas E Norager 1871 City 2.15 Special Police Fred A Minick 1872 City 2.15 Special Police J Kelley 1873 City 2.15 Special Police J Meyers 1874 City 2.15 Special Police Wm Murphy]] 1875 City 100.00 Salary Chief ofPoliceman Jas Welch 1876 City 50.54 Salary Capt of Policeman J W Hunt 1877 City 41.00 Salary Policeman W G H Pickney 1878 City 41.00 Salary Policeman T H Campbell 1879 City 41.00 Salary Policeman J L McClellan City 41.00 Salary Policeman T Butler 1880\1881\1882 City 41.00 Salary Policeman F A Fay 1883 City 41.00 Salary Policeman Fred Voigt 1884\1885 City 41.00 Salary Policeman J L McDaniel 1886\1887 City 41.00 Salary Policeman Wm Morris 1888 City 41.00 Salary Policeman Geo G Lyon 1889 City 11.50 Justice [?] S C Harris 1890 City 1.75 Recording Deed Lowman & Hanford 1891 City 12.00 Printing for City Sunset Telephone Co 1892 City 5.90 Telephone for Sept D & E M Munroe 1893 City 7.00 Meals for ElectionBoard G A Hill 1894 City 58.65 Justice Peace Fees

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82 JOURNAL OF THE PROCEEDINGS OF THE Sep 3 1886 Young & McKeon 1895 City 8.25 Repairs at Jail [total]1322.19 Stephen Berry 1366 Road 15.75 Labor on Streets Z Scott 1367 Road 57.35 Labor on Streets E C McClellahan 1368 Road 63.00 Labor on Streets John Mahoney 1369 Road 51.75 Labor on Streets Daniel Moore 1370 Road 63.00 Labor on Streets Chas Brown 1371 Road 23.05 Labor on Streets John Trerice 1372 Road 28.10 Labor on Streets Phillip Cochran 1373 Road 52.85 Labor on Streets P Cunningham 1374 Road 55.10 Labor on Streets J L MC Clellan 1375 Road 7.85 Labor on Streets Luther Albee 1376 Road 46.65 Labor on Streets James Burke 1377 Road 47.25 Labor on Streets Thos Rock 1378 Road 52.85 Labor on Streets Young & McKeon 1379 Road 4.75 Sewer Pipe Jones & Hubbell 1380 Road 7.70 Oats Wm Beattie 1381 Road 28.00 Repair Cart etc R H Calligan 1382 Road 4.75 Use of Wagon J A McBeath & Co 1383 Road 7.75 Horse shoeing etc Stetson & Post Mill Co 1384 Road 103.74 Lumber Harrington & Smith 1385 Road 44.94 Supplies etc [total]466.18 Seattle Gas Light Co 158 Gas 384.04 Gas for Aug Thos Emerson 159 Gas 55.30 Care of Lamps W A Perry 913 Fire 75.00 Salary Engr No 1 A M Gilman 914 Fire 75.00 Salary Engr No 2 G Kellogg 915 Fire 75.00 Salary Chief of Fire Dept A LaBrasche 916 Fire 3.00 washing hose C L Mitchell 917 Fire 2.50 Leather for pistons Warren & Manning 918 Fire 6.00 washing hose G W Craig 919 Fire .75 Hauling Hose John W Hunter 920 Fire 5.00 Hauling Allmond & Phillips 921 Fire 480.00 Fire Hydrants E & L Lindsley 922\923 Fire 3.00 Hauling hose J E Bouer 924 Fire 5.50 Hauling hose cart Gutta Percha & Rubber Mfg Co 925 Fire 263.50 Hose Cart & Play pipe [total] ? Spring Hill Water Co 43 Water 246.50 Water Month of Aug

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