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98 JOURNAL OF THE PROCEEDINGS OF THE Oct 15 1886 Be it remembered that on this 15th day of October 1886 the Common Council of the City of Seattle meets in its Council Chamber pursuant to law: The following officers are present to wit: His Hon. the Mayor W.H. Shoudy and Councilmen C.W. Coulter, J. Furth, J.M. Frink, Jos Green, T.D. Hinkley, R. Russell and C F. Reitze: when the following proceedings were had to wit: The minutes of the previous meetings were read and approved. Petitions & Communications Petition of D.W. West et al for street lights on south Eighth Street at the intersection of King, Water, and Lane Streets. Referred to Committee on Street Lights Petition of R.H. Denny et al for a sewer on Front Street between Pike and Union Streets. Referred to Committee on Sewers & Drainage Petition of A. J. Henrich for permission to use a portion of Grant Street for building purposes. Referred to Street Committee. Petition of L. Diller praying that he be permitted to keep the sidewalk iin front of Lot 1 Block 6 Denny's addition in good repair, and not be completed to build a new sidewalk until next spring when petitioner proposes to build a stone wall in front of said premises and build a new sidewalk. Referred to Street Committee Petition of L. Diller et als praying for the repeal of Ordinance No 767 Known as the High License ordinance. Referred to the Committee on License and Renewal.

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99 COMMON COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF SEATTLE Oct 15 1886 Petition of F.E. Sander et als praying that the Council will cause to be removed the manure deposited in the Alley of Block 20 Maynards Addition by the City Livery Stable and prevent the depositing of any more refuse in said Alley. Granted and the Chief of Police requested to see that said alley is cleared & kept cleared. Petition of Alex Meister et als for the reduction of the membership of the Fire Department. Laid on the Table. Communication from J.G. Kenyon et als calling the attention of the Council to the condition of the crossing on Front Street at the intersection of Madison Street. Referred to Street Committee Petition of James Parke et als for street lights on Mill street. Referred to the Street Light Committee Petition of L. Miller et als for three (3) street lights on Jackson Street bridge at intersection of Jackson Street with South Third South Fourth and South Fifth Sts. Referred to the Committee on Street Lights. Petition of A.W. Pekir and Adam Arth on behalf of the Seattle Turn Vereiu for a sidewalk on the south side of Jefferson Street between Third and Fourth Streets. Granted. Petition of A.W. Piper and Adam Orth for street lights at the corner of Third and Jefferson St. and Fourth & Jefferson Streets. Granted. Communication from the Columbia & Puget Sound R.R.Co. proposing to lease the wharf and its extension of

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100 JOURNAL OF THE PROCEEDINGS OF THE Oct 15 1886 Main Street for the term of ten years with the privilege of five or ten years additional at the rental of twelve (12) dollars per annum. Referrred to the Street Committee Reports City Treasurers Report for month of September read and referred to Finance Committee. Report of Custodian of the Powder House for the month of September, read approved and ordered filed. Report of the City Attorney on condition of the Street Grade suits recommending that the suits be actively proscuted, read and approved and ordered filed. Committe Reports Read From Street Committee on petition of the Sunset Telephone Telegraph Company for permission to stretch telephone wires along Grant Street Plank Road recommending that the same be granted. Adopted. From same Committee on petition of I.N. Bigelow for street crossing on Third & Pine Sts recommending that the same be granted. Adopted From same Committee on the petition of the the C & R.S. R.R. Co asking the City to vacate Main Street west of Blocks 2 & 3 Maynards plat and grant petitioner the right to build thereon, recommending that the petition be not granted. Adopted. From the same Comittee on petition of Otto Fuhrmann et als praying that a street be opened and improved from Howell Street to Broadway by way of Fourteenth and Bancroft streets, recommending that the same be not granted for the

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101 COMMON COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF SEATTLE Oct 15 1886 reason that the greater portion of the land mentioned in the petition is not platted. Adopted From Same Committee on petition of Nicholas Ruffin for permission to occupy the extension fo University Street for the purpose of building a cabin recommending that it be not granted as the petition now reads, as it is indefinate and asks too much. Adopted From Same Committee asking further time to report on petitions of J D Smith et al for opening Stewart Street and W E Williams et al for crossing on Madison Street granted From Fire and Water Committee recommending certain repairs to Engine House No 4 and the purchase of certain furniture for said engine house. Adopted and purchasing Agent authorized to purchase the necessary articles. from Committee on judiciary on petitionofC W Lawton and W H Davis reporting that upon examination they find that ordinance No 705 covers all that the petitioners can ask. adopted Licenses Referred John T Lester, J H Foster, T P Heman, Morgan and prosser Melhorn & Probst, W Waugh, O P Dahlquist, August Wolff, O N Morse & John Feigh. Licenses Ordered Issued Fred Scholpp Retail Malt Thomas & Davis Retail Intox Shaw & Alger Retail Intox Geo W Walsh Retail Intox Benj Murphy Retail Malt

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102 JOURNAL OF THE PROCEEDINGS OF THE Oct 15 1886 Otto Furhmann Retail Malt Oscar Johnson Retail Intox Oliver Parent Retail Intox A F Able & Co Retail Malt J G Armstrong Retail Intox Geo Meister Retail Intox Chas G Steinweg Retail Intox Thomas Clancy Retail Intox A Wolters & Co Retail Intox Harry Thompson Retail Malt John McCary Retail Intox James W Smith Retail Intox Wm Gross Retail Intox Geo Delfil Retail Intox Martin Lange Retail Intox The vote upon issuing said licenses is as follows viz: In favor of the same C W Coulter J Furth, J M Frink, Jos Green, T D Hinckley, R Russell & C F Reitze. Against none. The following claims against the City having been duly audited and allowed by the Council are ordered paid by warrants drawn on the funds as follows: Name #Warrant Fund Amount Remarks J H McGraw 1936 City 119.10 Sheriffs fees J F Cochrane 1937 City 1.50 Lettering Boards F Anthony 1938 City 3.50 Building Chronicle Lake Union Furniture Co 1939 City 3.50 Two straw beds for Jail W H Pumphrey 1940 City 27.35 Stationary etc Jno B Denny 1941 City 2.20 Witness fees Case of City-vs-Bauman #484 G B Driggs 1942 City 2.20 Witness fees Case of City-vs-Bauman #484 I N Zilk 1943 City 2.20 Witness fees Case of City-vs-Bauman #484 Geo G Lyon 1944 City 2.20 Witness fees Case of City-vs-Bauman #484 J O Harris 1945 City 2.20 Witness fees Case of City-vs-Bauman #484 Eva Harris 1946 City 2.20 Witness fees Case of City-vs-Bauman #484 [W B Drown]] 1947 City 2.20 Witness fees Case of City-vs-Bauman #484

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