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119 COMMON COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF SEATTLE 1886 An Ordinance is submitted by the City Attorney entitled "An Ordinance extending High Street in G Kinnears Addition to the City of Seattle" which is passed by the following vote, viz: In favor of the same Coulter, Furth, Frink, Green, Hinckley, Russell and Reitze Against none. An Ordinance is submitted by the City Attorney entitled "An Ordinancevacating portions of Allee Street and Bluff Streets in G Kinnears Addition to the City of Seattle" which is passed by the following vote, viz: In favor of the same Coulter, Furth, Frink, Green, Hinckley, Russell and Reitze Against none. An Ordinance is submitted by the Clerk entitled "A Special Ordinance appropriating money to pay audited bills" which is passed by the following vote, viz: In favor of the same Coulter, Furth, Frink, Green, Hinckley, Russell and Reitze Against none. Ordered that the Council do now adjourn W H Shoudy mayor Attest W R Forrest clerk Dec 3 1886 Be it remembered that on this 3rd day of December 1886 the Commn Council of the City of Seattle meeting in its Council chamber pursuant to law. The following Officers are present towit: His Honor the Mayor W H Shoudy and Councilmen J Furth, J M Frink, Joseph Green, T D Hinckley, R Russell and C F Reitze. The Following proceedings were had to wit:

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120 JOURNAL OF THE PROCEEDINGS OF THE Dec 3 1886 The minutes of the last meeting were read and approved. Petitions etc Rec'd Petition of J S Houghton et al for street lights Corner Pine and 9th and 10th Streets Referred to Committee on Street Lights. Petition of Thomas Radcliff for the return of $20.00 on acct of license refused by the Council.. Granted & Clerk directed to draw a warrant on the City Fund in favor of said petitioner. Petition of Lyman Wood et al for the establishing of a Free Public Library by the City. Referred to Com on Public Buildings & Grounds. Petition of Thomas T Minor et al to open a street south from Jackson Street to the City limits. Referred to Street Committee. Reports of City Officers rec'd Report of the City Atty for the month of November read and approved and ordered filed. Report of Justice Geo G Lyon for the months of October & November. Referred to Finance Com. Report of G A Hill for the month of November Referred to Finance Com. Report of the Chief f Police for monthofNovember read, approved and ordered filed. Report of Street Commissioner for the month of November is referred to the Street Committee and returned approved.

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121 COMMON COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF SEATTLE Dec 3 1886 Report of City Jailor for the month of November referred to the Finance Committee Report of the City Treasurer for month of November is read and referred to the Finance Committee. Committee Reports Received From Committee on License and Revenue recommending that the petition of J W Jones for permission to peddle articles of his own manufacture without a license be granted and recommending that the Hawkers license Ordinance be so amended as to permit persons to sell goods manufactured by themselves within the City Limits without obtaining a license therefore. Report adopted & City Atty directed to draw and submit the necessary ordinance. From Street Light Com. on petition of J W Van Brocklin et al for street lights Corner of 5th & Terrace & Sixth & Terrace Streets recommending that the same be granted. Adopted. From Same Com. on petition ofJones & Hubbell et al for Street Lights in the Railroad Alley from Columbia to Madison Street recommending that the same be granted. Adopted From same Com. rejecting the petition of Jas E Houghton fpr Street Lights onPine & 9th & 10th streets. Report Adopted Licenses Ordered Issued M McDonald Retail Malt Liquor 3 months Jno Heinrich Jr Retail Malt Liquor 3 months A F Hill Retail Intox Liquor 3 months Jacob Bersch Retail Intox Liquor 3 months Charles Ross Retail Intox Liquor 3 months F L Benjamin Retail Intox Liquor 3 months

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122 JOURNAL OF THE PROCEEDINGS OF THE Dec 3 1886 Vitus Schmid Retail Intox Liquor 3 months the vote upon issuing said licenses is as follows to wit: In favor of same Furth, Frink, Green, Hinckley, Russell & Reitze]] Bills Allowed Thefollowing claims against the City having been duly audited by the City Council are ordered paid by warrants drawn on the various Funds as follows viz: Name Warrant# Fund Amount Remarks W R Forrest 2008 City 125.00 Salary City Clerk F H Peterson 2009 City 100.00 Salary City Atty L A Treen 2010 City 100.00 Salary City Treasr Laurence Cummings 2011 City 87.50 Salary Street Commisnr James Bogart 2012 City 60.00 Salary City Jailor James Bogart 2012 City 141.80 Board of Prisoners Wm Murphy 2013 City 100.00 Salary Chief Police W H Pinckney 2014 City 90.45 Salary Captain Police James Welch 2015 City 65.00 Salary Patrolman A H Manning 2016 City 65.00 Salary Patrolman John Frasier 2017 City 65.00 Salary Patrolman J W Hunt 2018 City 65.00 Salary Patrolman T Butler 2019 City 65.00 Salary Patrolman J L McClellan 2020 City 65.00 Salary Patrolman J L McDaniel 2021 22 City 65.00 Salary Patrolman T H Campbell 2023 City 65.00 Salary Patrolman Fred Voigt 2024,25 City 65.00 Salary Patrolman F A Fay 2026,27,28 City 65.00 Salary Patrolman Sunset Telephone Co 2029 City 5.90 Telephone Service Dec/86 Cedar River Coal Co 2030 City 8.00 CoalforJail and Council Young & McKeon 2031 City 1.25 Tapers & Cleaning Sink L Neuman 2032 City 1.35 Jail Lock Key & Latch Lowman & Hanford 2033 City 21.50 City Warrants & Table License R H Thomson 2034 City 135.00 Supt Grant Street Plank Road and assistants Harrington & Smith 2035 City 6.25 Supplies for Jail Wm Murphy 2035 City 1.50 Rolling logs off Slip [total]1635.00

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123 COMMON COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF SEATTLE Dec 3 1886 M A Kelly 2037 City 13.50 Medicine for prisoners G A Hill 2038 City 69.50 Justice Fees Thos Radcliffe 2039 City 20.35 Telephone Service Dec/86 E C McClallahan Road 1447 60.00 Labor on Streets Daniel Moore Road 1448 49.00 Labor on Streets Thos Rock Road 1449 55.10 Labor on Streets Phillip Cochran Road 1450 39.35 Labor on Streets Z Scott Road 1451 38.80 Labor on Streets P Cunningham Road 1452 54.00 Labor on Streets Stephen Berry Road 1453 55.00 Labor on Streets Oscar Young Road 1454 54.00 Labor on Streets John Mahoney Road 1455 54.00 Labor on Streets James Burke Road 1456 52.85 Labor on Streets Chas Brown Road 1457 3.35 Labor on Streets O F Soderberg Road 1458 40.50 Labor on Streets John Sheehan Road 1459 50.60 Labor on Streets Young & McKeon Road 1460 16.50 Sewer Pipe & Labor Schwabacher Bros & CoRoad 1461 24.55 Oats Gordon Hardware Co Road 1462 16.50 Powder, Fuse, & Screen J A McBeath & Co Road 1463 12.20 Horse Shoeing etc Harrington Smith Road 1464 19.15 Supplies for St Comr M McTeigh Road 1465 14.67 Repairing Harness etc M A Kelly Road 1466 4.25 Horse Medicine G Kellogg Road 1467 2.55 Horse Medicine Chas McDonald Road 1468 5.00 Sharpening Tools Stetson & Post Mill CoRoad 1469 240.33 Stetson & Post Mill Co W H Shoudy Road 1470 27.00 Feed W A Perry Fire 966 75.00 Salary Engr No 1 A M Gilman Fire 967 75.00 Salary Engr No 2 W R Forrest Purching Agt Fire 968 4.55 Tripoli Nos 1 & 2 Baker & Thurlow Fire 969 2.00 Coal Oil & Broom for #4 wrench & Oiler for No 4 Gordon Hardware Co Fire 970 2.25 Gordon Hardware co J Schram Fire 971 5.25 Chimney pipe for No 4 Washington Iron Works Fire 972 15.50 Stove for No 4 F Marco Fire 973 14.75 Setting axle on H & L Truck etc Lowman & Hanford Fire 974 7.50 Cards for Fire Alarm Boxes

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