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lions and act— all the public streets
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■ 'Sta'.di-i'oiJ and laid ".it, <•, may louc
it't< t !•< estai• lish« I and laid <• ut. with
m th«- present and futut • • Lou: lath of
i; he City of <»lympia; but tin rights,
.privileges and franchises li -n by - larit
• d shah not be deemed to be exclusive
See. 2. The rights, privileges and
hefeby granted shall con
tinue for a period of fifty years from
rhe date of the acceptance hereof.
Sec. 3 This grant is made sub
ject to the restrictions and with tin
.powers set forth in Sections 4 to 10
"thereof, inclusite, so far as the same
imay be lawfully imi»osed and grant* d.
and the Grantees shall hate the pnw
• a rs, perform the duties, and discharge
he obligations herein set forth; and as
•consideration for the grant hereby
tmade the Grantees shall, in the manner
hereinafter in Section 10 provided, un
- Jertake to perform said duties and dis
charge said obligations.
Sec. 4 On streets and alleys having
;a grade duly established according to
f aw all mains and other pipes hereaf
ter laid under this grant shall be laid
with reference to the grade so estab
lished Whenever the Grantees shall
join pose to lay or relay mains or other
tpipes on an? street, streets, alley or al
leys, not at the time having a grade
•duly estalillshfd according to law, they
shall, ui least forty-live days before
•commencing excavation therefor, give
written notice to the City Clerk, or to
"he City Council, of their purpose, in
which notice they shall specify the
street or streets, alley or alleys, and
thereof upon which they in
tend to lay mains or other pipes, "f
within thirty days from the receipt of
:such uotice the grade of such street or
street's, alley or alleys or any portion
thereof, shall have become duly estab
lished according to law, then the Gran
tees shall Joy their pipes and oilier
mains on such street, or streets, alley
-or alleys or portions thereof, with ref
erence to the grade so established; if,
ihowever, within such time as to such
street or streets, alley or alleys, or
some portion thereof, no grade shall
'have been so established, then on the
portion thereof whereon no grade has
'.been -established the Grantees shall lav
their mains and other pipes with ref
erence to the actual physical grade of
the surface of the street or alley as it
then -exists. All mains and other pipes
■ 'hall be laid below the concrete base
•of all paved streets and alleys and on
;all other streets and alleys at least one
foot below the surface grade of the
street or alley as such grade shall nave
ibeen established or shall exist, as the
• case mu«' tie; and shall be so laid as to
interfere as little as may be with ex
isting sewers and drains laid by the
•City; their location In the streets and
shall be such as shall be approv
ed either by the Cltjr Council or by such
public body of the State of Washington
:as at the time may have power to con
trol the Grantees in the manner of re
pairs. In every case the Grantees shall,
lafter laying mains and other pipes, re
utore the surface of the street or allev
Jto as good permanent condition as i't
-was before they commenced excavation,
-rand shall tamp the All.
If In connection with the laying of
•any mains or other pipes of the Gran
dees. any water or gas pipes, or any
-sewers, are moved or otherwise dis
turbed, the Grantees shall bear, and be
for, all expense and cosi
•connected therewith.
In every case In which the mains or
•other pipes of the Grantees shall be
Said on streets of alleys surfaced at the
'time with permanent pavement, the
«,Grantees shall before cutting said pave
ment, gtve to the City a bond running to
the City. In a penal sum satisfactory to
the City Engineer, in which either'the
rtJrentees or some paving contractor or
•other contractor shall be named as
•principal, with some responsible surety
•company as surety, conditioned prop
erly to restore the cut portions of such
-pavement, and in every such case
wherein the City shall hold the paving
.•contractor's bond for the future main
tenance of such pavement, conditioned
■further to maintain the cut portion
nbereof for the remainder of the period
•vova.-ed by the original paving con
tractor's bond, and for thi-t period to
the City against any loss or
•expense -resulting from such cutting of
pavement or from excavation or from
;any other thing done by or on behalf
•of the Grantees in connection there
•wlth.
Section 5. Wherever pipes shall be
(Bald hereunder on streets whereon at
*he time permanent pavements exist
•such pipes so laid shall be or wrought
tiron or other material having equiva
lent durability.
Whenever hereafter by due proceed
ings complete provision shall have been
jtnade for the laying of permanent
(pavement on any portion of any street
•or alley whereon the pipes of the Gran
gees shall have theretofore been laid
*>efore such pavement is laid, the Gran
tees, unless already their mains on
;Such portions of such street or alley
•are of wrought iron or other materia!
Jhavlng equivalent durability, shall re
construct their mains thereon so that
the same shall be of wrought iron or
•other material having equivalent dura
bility. The size of such re-laid mains
•and their location in the street or alley
•shall be such as shall he approved
cither by the City Council or by such
public body of the State of Washington
:as at the time may have power to con
trol the Grantees in the manner of re
pairs.
Sec. 6. All mains shall so far a
practicable, be laid in the alleys, and
the streets shall be used so far as prac
ticable, only for the purpose of crossing
from the alleys in one block to the al
leys in the adjoining block.
Sec. 7. The Grantees shall from
time to time make such extensions of
their mains beyond the limits of their
• ■riginal distributing system, and with,
In the boundaries hereinafter in this
section described, as may he reason
ably necessary and expedient, but they
•shall not be required to make any such
•-xtensions unless, before making any
expenditure on account thereof.' they
•shall have been furnished with a bind
ing undertaking in such form, of such
responsibility and with such security,
its they may reasonably require assur
ing them for a period of five yea 1-
from the completion of such ext» nsioi
i.'. anneal c > s lm <me from •■rvic
furnished the: •by equivalent to one
third the cost f su' h extension.
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Minifr.'im • L.a t i-.»- SOO.OO per year, pay
i•l • ■ in 1., • > i»11 i. >• iu- •a l iio-n t - as follows
•i th«* month- of .111 it« . July. August
ii<l September $3.00 each; for the re
maining months SO.oO each.
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I>,:NSATP>N UUK MONTH.
Monthly charge per 1000 Pounds
of Water of Condensation .... 43 cents
Minimum Charge SGO.OO per yyar. pay
able in monthly instalments as. follows,
i'or tin* months of June. July. August
and September each; for the re
maining months $.;.00 ■ ach.
No ser\ ice furnished except on eon
tract binding the Ornntee« and the con
sumer for one year from the date of
the eontract.
Hills shall he rendered aeeording to
the record of meters installed by the
Grantees. Such meters shall be con
densation meters of standard type to
he owned, set, sealed and controlled by
the Grantees.
The rates so established by the Gran
tees shall be made in connection with
a regulation similarly established
whereby an adequate service or services
shall he required to be laid by tht
Grantees as far as the property lint
(hut in 110 case more than fifty (50) feet
from the main) and a suitable service
cock to be furnished and installed by
the Grantees without charge therefor.
The rates so established shall not be
raised without the consent of the Ciij
Council, or of such other public body
of the State of Washington as may at
the time have control of rates for such
public service as may be performed un
der this grant.
Hee. 9. Upon the expiration of
the first five years of the term of this
grant tlie City, having then lawful au
thority so to do, shall have the right to
purchase from the Grantees for cash
at its value, fixed as hereinafter pro
vided. their entire plant whereby steam
is conducted, transported and delivered
to the City and its inhabitants, consist
ing of all mains, fittings, expansion de
vices, pipes, services, meters and all
other appurtenant fixtures, used ill con
nection with the distribution of steam
heat, and all rights of way therefor,
and all other properly of the Grantees
which directly or indirectly Is used
therein, and the business thereby eon
ducted; provided that within thirty
days after the expiration of sucli five
years written notice shall be given tf
the Grantees, under the authority of
an effective and duly recorded ordt
nance of the city of its Intention to
purchase, and. provided the purchasi
iirlce he paid and conveyance taken not
less than six nor more than eight
months from the giving of such notice,
and provided also that at the time of
making such purchase the City, having
iawful authority so to do, shall assume
and undertake with the Grantees to
perform all the Grantees' contracts
then in force relating to said plant, to
the conduct thereof, and to the per
formance of their obligations undei
i this grant, or, In the alternative, to in
lemnlfy and secure the Grantees to
heir satisfaction against any claim by
cason thereof.
If the option to purchase herein pro
dded for shall not be exercised in the
nanner and at the time herein pro
ided, then the City shall have a like
>ption and right, to be exercised in
like manner, at the end of the second
five-year period of the term, and so at
the end of each live-year period of the
term.
The value of the plant for the pur
pose of any such purchase and sale as
is hereinbefore provided for shall be de
termined by a board of five arbitrators,
two to he appointed by the City, two
by the Grantees, and the fifth by the
four so appointed. In any such valua
tion no value shall he assigned to the
"ranehise hereby granted. Upon the
completion of any such purchase and
sale all the rights hereby granted shall
cease and determine. The right to pur
•liase hereby given shall not be con
strued to exclude any rights which the
City might otherwise have to acquire
said plant and business by condemna
tion or otherwise.
The provisions of this section are
subject to this qualification: That if
at the time of the exercise of the right
to purchase hereunder the Grantees
shall have In operation in connection
with their steam heating system an
deetrlcal generating plant and public
distributing system maintained under a
franchise, then such electrical generat
ing plant and public distributing sys
'em shall, unless the Grantees other
wise elect, lie deemed and treated, for
ourposes of any purchase hereunder, as
t part of the Grantees' Steain Heating
System.
Sec. 10. This grant is made upon
lie following sole conditions subse
luent, a breach of any one of which
hall be ground for forfeiture, but no
orfeiture shall be effective unless and
mtil specifically declared in an effec-
Ive and duly recorded ordinance of the
'ity, and no breach of any such condl
-lon shall he ground for such forfeiture
r for any declaration thereof unless
uid until It shall be continued for a
icriod of thirty days after receipt by
he Grantees of written notice thereof,
qieeifylng the breach, given under au
hority of an effective and duly re
corded resolution of the City;
(a) Within forty-eight hours after
'his ordinance becomes effective the
• rantees shall file in the office of the
City Clerk their relinquishment of all
he rights, privileges and franchises
wanted to them by ordinance Number
'.24 4.
(b) Within sixty days after this or
dinance becomes effective the Grantees
shall file in the office of the City Clerk
in writing their acceptance of this or
linance and of the grant hereby made,
ind their undertaking, on behalf of
themselves and their heirs and assigns,
to perform the duties and discharge the
obligations imposed by this ordinance;
(c) The Grantees shall at all times
luring the term hereof indemnify and
hold harmless the City from all claims
i rid demands against it established by
ihe final judgment "f a court of compe
tent jurisdiction and arising out of the
idoption of this ordinance or of any
:hing done by virtue thereof:
(d) i'n the fifteenth day of each
month during the life of till- grant —so
long as no competition in the public
listribution of steam shall exist in the I
'it.v of Oylmpia and so long as no
'ranehise adapted to ust in competition
'■villi the business conducted under this!
• resent grant shall have been granted, |
but no longer—the Grantees snail pay '
o the City Treasurer of the City for;
'he use of the City one per cent, of ah
moneys collected by them during the
nest preceding calendar month for
steam heating service furnished by
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the alley which lies between Franklin
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Block :n.
7. I'.- , inning at the center of Block
anh rutin tmnc- south through
tip- alley which lies between Washing
ton and Franklin Streets to the center
Of Bio. k
8. Beginning at the center of Block
11 an! i 11111111 •' I h♦■ll c• • south through
:to* a! 1• > \\l. u li«- lutw.cn Main ami
V\ i i in: ton Streets to the center of
Block
9. Beginning at the intersection of
( *o 1 ii! hia Street with the aßey which
In |.i't\v"'ii Third and Fourth Streets,
.! ml r ining 111enee south on Columbia
Street t-. it- intersection with tile alley
wliich lies between Sixth and Seventh
streets.
1«>. A connection of some part of the
foregoing described system with the
Grantees' steam producing plant.
The references to Blocks are to
Blocks in Sylvester's Plat of Olympia.
(f) Within seven months after the
tiling of said acceptance the Grantees
shall have expended not less than twen
ly-live thousand dollars in the con
struction and installation of some part
of the system of steam mains described
in paragraphs 1 to 10 inclusive, of (e)
of this section, and in laterals and ser
vice s connected therewith.
(g) The Grantees shall not commit
or suffer any breach of any condition
»f th«' grant of an electric franchise
made to them and their heirs and as
igns by that ordinance introduced at
a meeting of the City Council held on
May 21st, 1013, and officially known as
Ordinance No. 1251; it being the inten
tion of the present ordinance that any
•ause of forfeitures of the grant made
by said electric ordinance shall, as well,
he ground for forfeiture of the grant
made by this present ordinance.
(h) In case of any assignment of
this grant, the Grantees shall, within
10 days after such assignment, file in
the office of the City Clerk a notifica
tion thereof, stating the date of the as
signment, and the name of the assignee.
Sep. 11. The word "Grantees" wher
■ver used herein shall be taken
and understood to mean the owner or
owners for the time being of the fran
chise and rights hereby granted, and
shall apply as well to a corporation us
to an individual or individuals.
Sec. 12. This ordinance shall take
effect 011 the sixth day after its publi
cation.
Passed June 4th, 1913.
Approved June 9tli, 1913.
GEO. A. MOTTMAN,
Mayor.
Attest:
HIRAM DOHM,
Acting City Clerk.
Published June 13th and 20th, 1913.
ORDINANCE! NO. 1240.
An ordinance amending section 1 of
Ordinance No. 840, entitled "An or
dinance to regulate and license all
carts, drays, trucks, wagons, stage
coaches, express wagons or other ve
hicles kept for hire for the transpor
tation of packages or property and
repealing all ordinances In conflict
therewith and providing a penalty
for the breach thereof," approved
February Bth, 1905.
The City Council of the City of Olympla
do ordain as follows:
Section 1. That section 1 of Ordi
nance No. 840. entitled: "An ordinance
to regulate and license all carts, drays,
trucks, wagons, stage coaches, express
wagons or other vehicles kept for hire
for the transportation of packages or
property and repealing all ordinances
in conflict therewith and providing a
penalty for the breach thereof," ap
proved February Bth, 1905, be, and the
same hereby is amended to read as fol
lows:
Section 1. The owner and keeper of
every stage coach, express wagon, cart,
wagon, dray or vehicle which shall De
used for the conveyance of packages
and trunks, goods, firewood, dirt, sand,
stone, gravel, lumber, building mater
ial or any material whatsoever from
place to place within the City of Olym
pla for hire, and being operated by an
imal power, and all such vehicles be
ing operated by motor power shall pay
a semi-annual license on the first dav
of January and the first day of July of
each year in the sum of three dollars
for each vehicle drawn by one animal,
and for each vehicle drawn by two or
more animals the sum of five dollars;
and for each motor truck or other like
propelled vehicle, for each of said ve
hicles of the carrying capacity of two
tons or less the sum of five dollars, and
for each vehicle of over two tons car
rying capacity at the further rate of
one dollar per ton for each additional
ton: Provided, That a license taken as
herein provided subsequent to July
rust or January first shall be pro rata
for the period to said dates.
Passed June 4th, 1913.
Approved June 6th, 1913,
GEO. A. MOTT.MAN,
Mayor.
Attest:
HIRAM DOHM,
Acting City Clerk.
Published June 13th and 20th. 1913.
IVSTAI.IJIEXT ASSESSMENT NOTICii!
Improvement of Sixth Street et al. by
Grading, etc. L. I. D. No. 83. Ordi
nance No. 1077.
Notice is hereby given that the sec
on<l annual installment of the assess
ment levied for the improvement of
Sixth street et al by grading, etc., all
in the city of Olympia. comprising Lo
cal Improvement District No. sr», under
Ordinance No. 1077, will be due and
payable June 9th, 1913, and unless pay
ment thereof is made on or before
July 13. 1913, said installment will be
come delinquent and will bear interest
'it the rate of eight (Si per cent, per
annum until paid, and if not paid he
fore such installment becomes delin
quent a penalty of five (5) per cent, will
he added and the collection of such de
linquent assessment will be enforced
in the manner provided by law and the
charter and ordinances of the City of
Olympia.
W. IT. BRACK ETT,
City Treasurer.
r :l j'sh« d J line l 'Jth and 20th. 1913.
NOTICE TO ELECTOR*.
The poll hooks of the Citv of Olvm
pia, Washington, will be closed from
July Ist to July 2lst, 1013, inclusive.
HIRAM DOTIM,
Acting City Clerk.
Published June 20 and 27, 1913,
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AN* ''i:! •i\ _ ? • ti? g i MiI,I, \i:i >
U:.M »N • •• J WILBFH B Ft>HHAV.
1 • tv and iin i Iffht, pt iviiege and
' nch to construct, maintain and
• crate electric lines for tram-mi t
* g electt b i em rgy for heat .«nd
; •"« • r for public use, together with,
and including, poles, wires, conduits
Tml • -::•■! Api ; 11 t • i:a ft •• s. upon, o\ .
• • i'. i'.i" . i. al. tig and across the
i »ad . streets, a Beys and other pub*
•' v\ a\ •• f tii* city of olympia: lix
•'.g i»• -1 rict inr. - ther* >n, pr» m ribing
' •• duties and powers of the tiran
i' • fixing ili.' term and the terms
■ '«! 1 ' ■■n •1 i 11. • .!* the unint pr« >\ id -
in-. f• if■ t it . •n l pr* tilling the
'i 11.• •• i . I declaring and exerei.-Hng
tlm same.
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Section 1. lVrtnF lon and authority
and flie right, pi ri 1« u. md franchise
U! e her. hy gt.,np -1 t ' Millard Lemon
ami WiiPur It. Foshay. hereinafter
sometimes called the *'G ran tees," their
heirs and .assigns, to construct, main
tain and operate electric lines for trans
mitting cl.etiiejii energy for heat ami
pnwct f-.r public service, together with,
and including, poles, wires and other
• ppurtcnances. tipuii. over, along and
aci" s. and with pipes, conductors ami
•mduits. under, through, along and
across. all tin* roads, streets, alleys and
other public ways, as the same are now
established atnl laid out. and as the
same nin.v hereafter he established and
laid out. within the present and future
boundaries of the City of Olympia.
Sec tion iv The rights, privileges and
franchise's hereby granted shall con
tinue for a period of r,n years from the
date of the acceptance hereof.
Section 3. This giant Is made sub
ject to the re-Ifictions and with the
powers set forth in Sections 1 and f»
hereof, so far as the same may he law
fully impost (1 and granted, and the
Grantees shall have the powers, per
form the duties and discharge the obli
gations therein set forth; and as con
sideration for the giant hereby made
the .Graiilees shall, in the manner here
inafter in Section •; provided, undertake
to perform said duties and discharge
said obligations.
Section 4. All poles and overhead
wires erected and maintained under
this grant shall be put wherever pos
sible in the alleys and the street shall
principally he used for the purpose of
( rossing from the alley in one block to
the alley in the next block and all
poles shall he located on the
edge of the alley just inside of the
street line so as to interfere as little
as may be with the use of the alleys,
roads and streets. All poles shall be
of uniform size and height as near a*
possible and upon all paved alleys and
streets the poles shall be painted; pro
vided. that the City Council hereby re
serves to itself the absolute right at
any time to require the grantees, their
heirs and assigns, to put their power
wiies under-ground, alongside of their
heat mains in conduits.
Section 5. Before proceeding to give
any service under this grant the gran
tees shall establish and file in the man
ner provided hy law rates for heat
and power service which shall in no re
spect exceed those set forth in the fol
lowing schedule:
MONTHLY POWER RATES.
Minimum Charge: SI.OO per month per
K. W. demand load.
Installations up to 25 If. P.
First 500 K. W. If. consumption per
month 5 cents per K. W. 11.
Next 500 K. \V. IT. consumption per
month 4 cents per K. W. 11.
Next 500 K. W. If. consumption per
month 3 cents per K. W. H.
Next 500 K. W. If. consumption per
month 2 cents per K. W. if.
All in excess of 2000 K. W. H. per
month |g cents per K. W. If.
Installation of 25 H. 1». or over:
First 1000 K. W. If. consumption per
month 4 cents per K. W. H.
Next 4000 K. W. H. consumption per
month 1 cents per K. W. If.
Next 15000 K. W. If. consumption per
month 1 V 4 cents per K. W. H.
Next 15000 K. W. H. consumption per
month 1 cent per K. W. H.
All In excess of 35000 K. W. H. con
sumption per month 04i cent per K.
W. H.
A 10% discount shall be allowed on
all bills paid at the office of the Gran
tees on or before the 10th day of the
month following that In which service
is rendered.
After the establishment of the rates
provided by this section no higher rates
shall be established except with the
consent of the Public Service Commis
sion of the State of Washington, or of
such other public body as at the time
may have lawful authority to establish
rates and regulations for such public
service as may be performed under this
grant.
The rates so established shall be
available to Olympia Light & Power
Company, its successors and assigns,
for temporary emergency service, the
cost of installing and maintaining nec
essary connections and apparatus to be
paid by the users; and the grantees
shall furnish to said Olympla Light &
Power Company, its successors and as
signs, from time to time, in such tem
porary emergencies, such amount of
electrical energy as may be needed,
and as may he available without im
pairing the grantee's service to its own
consumers.
Section 6. This grant is made upon
the following sole conditions subse
quent, a breach of any one of which
shall be ground for forfeiture, but no
forfeiture shall be effective unless and
until specifically declared in an effective
and duly recorded ordinance of the
City, and no breach of any such condi
tions shall be ground for such forfeit
ure or for any declaration thereof un
less and until it shall have continued
for a period of thirty days after re
ceipt by the Grantees of written notice
thereof, specifying the breach, given
under authority of a resolution duly
passed by the City Council of Olympla,
Washington.
(a) Within sixty days after this or
dinance becomes effective the Grantees
shall file In the office of the City Clerk
in writing their acceptance of this or
dinance and of the grant hereby made,
and their undertaking, on behalf of
themselve" and their heirs and assigns,
to perform the duties and discharge the
obligations imposed by this ordinance;
(b) The Grantees shall at all times
during the term hereof Indemnify and
hold harmless the City from all claims
and demands against it established by
the final judgment of n court of compe
tent Jurisdiction and arising out of the
adoption of this ordinance or of any
thing done by virtue thereof;
(c) On the fifteenth day of each
month during the life of this grant, the
Grantees shall pay to tire City Treas
urer of the City for the use of the City
one per cent, of all moneys collected by
them during the next preceding calen
dar month for service furnished by
them under and by virtue of the grant
hereby made, and the books of the
Grantees and their successors or as
signs shall he open for inspection to
the cltv authorities for this purpose
during the life of this grant;
(d) Within seven months from the
date of the acceptance of this grant the
Grantees shall lie furnishing service in
the City of Olympia, and shall be ade
quately equipped so to furnish at least i
five hundred (500) horsepower;
(e) The rights, privileges and fran-j
chises hereby granted shall never be
assigned to Olympla Eight A Rower;
Company, its successors or assigns, .
without the consent of the ( ity ( ouncll
expressed in resolution duly adopted. ;
(f) The Grantees shall not commit
or suffer any breach of any condition of
the grant of a steam heating franchise
made to them and their heirs and as
signs by that ordinance Introduced at a
meeting of the City Council held on
May 21 st. 1913. and officially known as
Ordinance No. 1250; it being the inten
tion of the present ordinance that any
cause of forfeiture of tin- grant made
by said steam-heating ordinance shall,
- A« I 41.d f • I f itViture of the
.. : t id. h> this pn out ordinate h.
<i > In <■;t »• of :i'i v assignment of
D i- grant. tlie grunt ces -hall within
■ im •. • d- aft. r *meh as>igninent,
• tin dtii, • ..f the city • lerk a no
t ' ' . 111 o u tlo r.-of. stating the date of
• . i«nm< nt and the nat te of the
«l > Within -i\tv (♦'.<• I days after
u d han< • he* om» s . Itective the gran -
t« • • -hall. ; - principals. with a surety
• - i pai ' . iicn/.ed hy tlie laws of t! •
Stat, of w.i -h i ngt on to a t as so'e
- ir* ty up-..i bonds and undertakings
within -.i i State, as surety, or with
- :< h per • 11 a I surety as the City Coun
cil may b> resolution approve, execute
and til. with tin- City Ch rk a i»ond in
the p.-nal sum of ti\.• thousand dollar
($.".o«»oi running to tin City of <»lyrnpiu
as ohliut • . conditioned that the
tees shall perform that condition of
tl i- yraut s. t forth in subdivision (d>
of tiiis section.
<i> Within forty-eight hours after
tiiis ordinance In-come.- effective the
sratih 's shall file in tin' ollice of the
city Clerk their relinquishment of all
the tights, privileges and franchises
granted to tiieni by Ordinance Number
1215.
Section 7. The word "Grantees."
wherever used herein, shall he taken
and understood to mean the owner or
owners for the time being of the fran
chise and rights hereby granted, and
shall include a corporation as well as
an individual or individuals.
Section s. Tills ordinance shall take
off < t on the sixth day after its publi
cation.
Passed dune I, 101.1.
Approved J tine 11, 1011.
C.FO, A. MOTTMAN,
Ma yor.
Attest:
111IIAM DOIIM,
Acting City (Met k.
Published June 13 and 30, 1011.
I\ST VlildlKM \SSKSJAIK.\T NOT I lib
Improvement of Franklin Street et al.,
by sower, L. I. I>. No. 92, ordinance
No. 110 1.
Notice is hereby given that the sec
ond annual installment of the assess
ment levied for the improvement of
Franklin street et al. hy constructing
a sewer therein, all in the City of
Olympia, comprising Local Improve
ment District No. 02, under (Ordinance
No. 1104, will he due and payable June
0. 1013, and unless payment thereof is
made on or before July 13, 1913, said
installment will become delinquent and
will bear Interest at tlie rate of eight
(S) per cent, per annum until paid,
and if not paid before such installment
becomes delinquent a penalty of live
I •".) per cent, will be added and the col
lection of such delinquent assessment
will be enforced in the manner provid
ed by law and the charter and ordi
nances of the City of Olympia.
W. If. BR ACK ETT,
City Treasurer.
Published June 13th and 20th, 1913.
t ITV 'l'll I-! A SIR KIPS WARRANT
CAM,.
Notice is hereby given thnt war
rants of the City of Olympia, as follows,
will be paid on and after June 13. 1913,
and no Interest will bo allowed after
that date:
Current expense fund warrants up to
and Including No. 740, Issued in Sep
tember, 1912.
Park fund warrants up to and In
cluding No. 89, issued in April, 191.3.
General fund warrants up to and In
cluding No. 492, issued in 189 1.
Street fund warrants up to and in
cluding No. 455, Issued In 1894.
W. 11. BRACK ETT,
City Treasurer.
Published June 13 and 20, 1913.
NOTICE TO ELECTORS.
Pursuant to an ordinance of the City
if Olympia, No. 12 IS, passed ut the reg
ular meeting of the council on June
Ith, 1913, and approved on June stli.
1913, a special election will be held at
the various precincts of the city on
Monday, July 21st, 1913, to submit to the
quail tied electors of said City of Olym
pia the question, "Should the City of
Olympia acquire, in whole or In part,
construct, maintain, conduct ntul oper
ate water works for the purpose of
furnishing said city and the Inhabitants
thereof and any other persons, with an
ample supply of water for all uses and
purposes, public or private. Including
water power and other power derived
therefrom, specifying and adopting the
system and plun proposed, and declar
ing the estimated cost thereof as near
as may be, and providing for the ac
quisition of all lands, rights of way,
water rights, easements, privileges and
property necessary for the construction
and perpetual control and operation of
said water works plant, and providing
for the payment thereof by the Issu
ance of special bonds payable only out
of a fund to be created and established
for the payment of the same, by set
ting aside therefor out of the gross
revenues of said water works plant, a
fixed amount without regard to any
fixed proportion thereof."
Notice Is hereby given that all qual
ified electors having been registered
since January Ist, 1913, and who will
have registered up to and including
June 30th. 1913, are entitled to vote on
this question.
The registration books will be closed
Monday evening, June 30th, 1913, or
twenty days prior to the above men
tioned election day as provided by law.
All electors are hereby advised that
if they desire to vote on this question
they must be registered, nnd not be
dissatisfied with the result of tills elec
tion owing to the fact that they were
not qualified to vote—so therefore get
registered—and do It NOW.
HIRAM IIOHM,
Acting City Clerk.
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\ll ' ■l'lliliiiiicc pinvi.liliK fur thf lm
>l.. lit ..1 .-bin liumisc, v,.' ,
from its InterßFction with Hrvenik
fitreet wentwitrd t«> the Bay by
Mructlng ■ trunk newer therein u A
''' '" - ■'•l'li utli' T work as inav h,.
"• '' - '"'V 111 I'lilllU't tinn 111,.,, v |, h
al In acc-orilance with Resolution
• v '- 1 ;• "i th« city council <,r the citS
"• 11 ">"; i 1 I'i'i'iit ing a !.„ a| „
I' 1 " if in 'list net therefor, ami
v.,11" tii.it pn. in. in f,,r .s : ,ld
.11,. lit l„, mail,. I'V S|i,.,.|al :s„.™
menu, upon property In said district
l '" h""' l ' i'uyment hy
Til.. City Cmilli ll of the City of Olvm.
jiia iiu or.lain as follows:
- s ''' tl"" 1- That Sail Francisco street
from its intersection with Seventh
Street westward to tile bay lie improv'
ed l,y I oiistriictiiiK a trunk sew, r there.
In. ami that such other work he done
as inn , lie ii.Tessar.v in < onin-ei ion
then.will,. nccordinK' to the plans ami
speeiiicatlons therefor 11re|iared under
tlie di n et ion of the city engineer and
on tile In his oltlce.
Sec. That the cost and expense of
said improvement, including- all
snr.v and incidental expenses, shall he
home hy ami assessed against
properly included in the assessment
district hei cinaftcr crcaicil in accord
ancc with law. The city of olvmpia
shall not lie liable in any manner for
any portion of the cost and expense of
said improvement.
See 1. That there is lionhy estab
lished a lot al improvement diHtrict, to
he culled "Local I ttipn>vciiH'iit District
No. 1.'57. " the bulimia ries »»f which dis
trict art- hereby specified and describ
ed as follows, to-wit:
Hounded oil the east hv Seventh
street and the county road; hounded <>n
l he west hy the hay; bounded on the
north l.y Kthridgo street; hounded on
tlie south by Yew street.
Sec. 1. Tlint there be assessed
agn i nst that port Inn .if the property
within .Shell enlarged district lying he
twoen tlie termini of the proposed im
provement and extending haek front
tlie ina rginnI lines thereof to the mid
dle of tlie block on eaeli side thereof in
tlie mode prescribed in se, Hon 1;s of
chapter SS of tlie Session haws of the
State of Washington for lull, thirty
live (lie) per cent, of the cost and ex
pense of such improvement, and that
the remainder of such cost and ex
pense be distributed and assessed
against all the property included in
tli.' remainder of such enlarged district
in accordance with special hcnclits.
Sec. 5. Bonds hearing interest at thn
rate of t; per cent, per annum payable
on or before three years from tlie date
of issuance shall tie issued in payment
of the cost and expense of this im
provement, which bonds shall be re
deemed by tile collection of special as
sessments to be levied and assessed up
on the property within said district,
payable in three equal annual install
ments with interest tit the rate of u per
cent, pel- annum, under the mode of
"Payment li> Bonds" as detiued by law
and the charter anil ordinances .if the
City of Olympia. These bonds shall be
delivered to the contractor in redemp
tion of warrants on the local improve
ment district fund issued on estimates
of the city engineer. or the City of
olympia may at its election, sell said
bonds and make such redemption in
cash.
Passed June 18, 1913.
approved June 19, 1913.
GEO. A. MOTTMA.V,
Mayor.
Attest:
111 RAM DOIIM,
Action City Clerk.
Published June 20 and 27, 1913.
Rlllll.NA.NiCK NO. 12.13.
An Ordinance providing for the Im
provement of Cherry. Lincoln, and
Jefferson streets by constructing a
trunk sewer therein, and doing such
other work in connection therewith
as may be necessary, all in accord
ance with Resolution No. 138 <>r tho
city council of the City of Olympia,
creating a local improvement district
therefor, and providing that payment
for said improvement be made by
special assessments on property In
said district, payable by the mode of
"Payment by Bonds."
The City Council of the City of Olym
pia do orduin as follows:
Section 1. Thnt Cherry, Lincoln and
Jefferson streets he Improved bv con
structing n trunk sewer therein, as fol
lows:
Main artery to begin at the Intersec
tion of Fifteenth and Jefferson streets;
thence south on Jefferson street 10)
feet to Lincoln street; thence east oa
Lincoln street 518 feet to Cherry street:
thence south on Cherry street 250 feet
to center of Park street (intersection
of Park street sewer), and that such
other work be done as may be neces
sary in connection therewith, accord
ing to the plans and specifications
therefor prepared under the direction
of the city engineer and on file in his
office.
Sec. 2. Thnt the cost and expense of
said improvement including all neces
sary and Incidental expenses, shall he
borne by and assessed against tlie
property included in tho assessment
district hereinafter created In accord
ance with law by the mode of "Pay
ment by Bonds." Tlie City of Olympia
shall not be liable in any manner for
any portion of tlie cost and expense of
said Improvement.
Sec. 3. That there Is hereby estab
lished a local Improvement district, to
lie called "Local Improvement District
No. 138," the boundaries of which dis
trict are hereby specified and described
as follows, to-wlt:
Bounded on the north by the north
line of lots 17 to 22 Inclusive of block
one (1) of Maple Park addition and
the north line of the south half of
block four (4) and the north line of
lots 7 and 8 of block five (5) of Paul
son's subdivision: thence south on the
east line of said lot 7 to Lincoln street;
thence continuing south and south
westerly following the bluff line
(nearly) to Adams street; thence north
on Adams street to Eighteenth street;
thence north on the west line of lots 2
and 11 of Maple Park Annex (owned bv
(' E. Todd and May It. Thayer) to Sev
enteenth street; thence north on the
west line of lots f. and 17. blocks one
(1) and four (4), Maple Park addition,
to the place of beginning.
Sec. 4. Bonds bearing interest at tin?
rate of six (6) per cent, per annum pav
able on or before five years from tho
date of issuance shall be issued in pay
ment of the costs and expenses of this
improvement, which bonds shall he re
deemed by the collection of special as
sessments levied and assessed upon the
property within said district, payable
i ? v ? of iual annual installments
with interest at the rate of six (61
per cent, per annum under the mode of
"Payment by Bonds" as defined by law
and the charter and ordinances of the
< Ity of Olympla. These bonds shall ho
delivered to the contractor in redemp
tion of warrants on the local Improve
ment district fund issued on estimates
of the city engineer, or the City af
Olympla may at its election sell said
bonds and make such redemption In
cash.
Passed June IS, 1913.
Approved June 19, 1913.
GEO. A. MOTTMAN.
... . Mayor.
Attest:
HIRAM DOHM,
Acting City Clerk.
Published June 20 and 27, 1913.
Miss Flattie McUostie and James De
vine of this city were married Sundav
noon by Rev. H. S. Charupie of the
First Christian church.

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