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104 JOURNAL OF THE PROCEEDINGS OF THE Oct 15 1886 An ordinance is submitted to the clerk entitled "A Special Ordinance Appropriating Money to pay Audited bills" which is passed by the following vote: In favor of the same Coulter, Furth, Frink, Green, Hinckley, Russell and Reitze Against None. Ordered that the Council do now adjourn, attest. W. R. Forrest Clerk W. H. Shoudy Mayor. Nov 5 1886 Be it remembered that on this 5th day of Nov 1886 the Common Council of the City of Seattle meets in its Council Chamber pursuant to law. The following officers are present to wit: Mayor Shoudy and Councilmen Furth, Hinckley, Russell and ]]Reitze]]. There not being a quorum present it is ordered that Council adjourn until tomorrow evening Octo 6th at 7 oclock PM Nov 5 1886 attest W R Forrest Clerk W. H. Shoudy Mayor Nov 6 1886 Be it remembered that on this 6th day of November 1886 the Common Council of the City of Seattle meets in its Council Chamber pursuant to adjournment; Present Mayor Shoudy and Councilmen Furth, Frink, Green Hinckley & Reitze: where the following proceedings were had. to wit: The minutes of the last meetings were read and approved. Petitions & Communications. Petition of School Board of School District No 1 for sidewalk on Seventh Street between Union and Madison Sts

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105 COMMON COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF SEATTLE. Nov 6 1886 Referred to Street Committee. -- Petition of Jas Fuerback et als to have the names of the Streets posted conspicuously at Street corners throughout the City. Referred to Street Committee -- Petition of W E Boone et al for a plank sidewalk in alley between James & Terrace and Seventh & Eighth Streets. Referred to Street Committee -- Petition of Fred Gasch et al for a sidewalk on South Side of Mill Street betweem South Fourth and South Fifth Streets. Referred to Street Committee -- Petition of O. N. Morse for permission to build a wooden bridge between the Arlington Hotel and Pacific House. Referred to Fire & Water Committee -- Petition of Henry Westphal et al for abating nuisance on Pike Street between Front & West Streets. Referred to Committee on Health & Police. -- Petition of Frank Wilton for return of licence money for unexpired term. Referred to Committee on Revenue & License Petition of Charles Hopkins et al for a sidewalk on the West side of Front Street from the Cracker Factory to the North side of Union St. Referred to Street Committee. Petition of Wm D O'Toole et al to have Seneca Street between Front Street and the Alleyway on the Dock repaired so as to enable parties doing business thereon to have access with teams. Granted. Petition of D. R. McKinlay et al to extend Washington Street sewer from its present Eastern terminus to the

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106 JOURNAL OF THE PROCEEDINGS OF THE Alley in Block 31 in D. S. Maynards plat. Referred to Committee on Sewers and Drainage. Monthly Reports Rec'd -- From Street Commissioner for month of October referred to Street Committee and returned approved. From City Jailor: Referred to Judiciary Committee From Justice of the Peace G. A. Hill Referred to Finance Com. FromHealth Officer for Quarter ending October 31, making certain suggestions and recommendations. Referred to Committee on Health & Police. From Chief of Police for month of Oct, Ordered filed From City Treasr for month of Octo. Referred to Finance Com. From City Atty for the month of Octo Read & approved & ordered filed From Chief of the Fire Department accepting fire alarm service and recommending that Telephones be put in each Engine house. Also calling attention to the dangerous condition of Engine House No. 2. and requesting that a Committee be appointed to examine the same. Referred to Committee on Public Buildings & Grounds and also to Fire & Water Committee. Committee Reports Received From Street Committee on petition of L. Diller in regard to Front Street sidewalk reporting that the Committee has examined the same and recommending that the petition be granted. Report adopted. From same Committee on the communications from J H Kenyon et al calling attention to crossing at the intersection of Front & Madison Streets - recommending that a new crossing be placed in the place of the present crossing and that the same be raised so that it shall be 18 inches above the old crossing in the center on the lower side, and that the slope of the new crossing shall be made to conform to the

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107 COMMON COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF SEATTLE 1886 grade of Front Street also that the street be repaired on each side ofthe crossing to suit the grade at the new crossing. On motion the report is adopted. From same Committee on the proposition of the C&P S R R Co to lease the wharf and lower end of Main St recommending that the proposition be not accepted On motion the Committees report & Recommendationis adopted. From Street Light Committee recommending that the petition of I N Bigelow for a street light on S W Corner of 3rd & Pine Streets be granted Adopted. From Sewer & Drainage Committee recommending that hte petition of D R McKinlay et al for extension of Washington Street sewer be granted. Adopted From same Committee recommending that the petition of R H Denny et al for a sewer on Front Street from Pike Street to Union Street be granted. Adopted Licenses Referred Wm Cheadar, A Slorah, Jack Connors, Gumbert & Clinch Conrad Brehm, Margaret O'Shea, R Lowe & Co, M J McDonough, Thomas Anderson, Ernst Romey, A Walters, B Kurz H M Peters, E C Huntley & W F Allen & Co. Licenses Ordered Issued John T Lester Retail Intox 3 months J H Foster Retail Intox 3 months F P Heman Retail Intox 3 months Morgan & Prosser Retail Intox 3 months Melhorn & Probst Retail Intox 3 months O P Dahlquist Retail Intox 3 months O N Morse Retail Intox 3 months

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108 JOURNAL OF THE PROCEEDINGS OF THE 1886 John Feigh Retail Intox 3 months W Waugh Retail Malt 3 months Aug Wolffe Retail Malt 3 months The vote upon issuing said licenses is as follows, To wit: In favor of the same Furth, Frink, Green, Hinckley & Reitze. Against none. Bills Allowed The following claims against the City having been duly audited by the Council are allowed and ordered paid by warrants drawn on several funds as follows viz: Name Warrant Fund Amount Remarks W R Forrest 1966 City 125.00 Salary City Clerk F A Peterson 1967 City 100.00 Salary City Atty L A Treen 1968 City 100.00 Salary City Treas L Cummings 1969 City 92.95 Salary St Comm'r James Bogart 1970 City 60.00 Salary City Jailor James Bogart 1970 City 63.20 Board of Prisoners Wm Murphy 1971 City 100.00 Salary Chief of Police James Welch 1972,73 City 24.00 Captain Chief of Police W H Pinckney 1974 City 65.00 Salary Policeman J W Hunt 1975,76 City 65.00 Salary Policeman Thos H Campbell1977,78 City 65.00 Salary Policeman F A Fay 1979,80 City 65.00 Salary Policeman Fred Voigt 1981 City 65.00 Salary Policeman Tobias Butler 1982 City 65.00 Salary Policeman J LMcClellan 1983 City 65.00 Salary Policeman J S McDaniel 1984 City 65.00 Salary Policeman Jno W Frasier 1985 City 75.60 Salary Special Policeman E Hubbart 1986 City 7.50 Salary Special Policeman Jno C Ward 1987 City 5.00 Salary Special Policeman E Deal 1988 City 10.00 Salary Special Policeman W M Jones 1989 City 7.50 Salary Special Policeman Jas Duncan 1990 City 5.00 Salary Special Policeman Young & McKeon 1991 City 2.38 Repairing Jail

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