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Approved by the mayor October 5, 1917.

city of Cleveland; now, therefore

Sec. 4. This ordinance is hereby declared to be an emergency measure and shall take effect and be in force from and after its passage and approval by the mayor. Passed October 1, 1917.

W. F. THOMPSON,

President of the Council. R. E. COLLINS,

Clerk of Council. Approved by the mayor October 5, 1917.

Ord. No. 45469.

An ordinance to accept the dedication of Desmond ave. N. W., from West blvd. to W. 89th st.

Section 1. Be it ordained by the council of the city of Cleveland, state of Ohio: That the dedication of Desmond ave. N. W., from West blvd. to W. 89th st., be and the same is hereby accepted.

Sec. 2. This ordinance shall take effect and be in force from and after the earliest period allowed by law. Passed October 1, 1917.

W. F. THOMPSON,

President of the Council. R. E. COLLINS,

Clerk of Council. Approved by the mayor October 5, 1917.

Effective November 11, 1917.

Ord. No. 45493.

An ordinance to transfer two hundred ($200.00) dollars from 87-B for bond sales (printing of bonds) to 84F for miscellaneous services, division of purchases.

Whereas, the subject matter herein provided for constitutes an emergency by way of providing for the usual daily operation of a municipal department.

Section 1. Be it ordained by the council of

the city of Cleveland, state of Ohio: That two hundred ($200.00) dollars be and the same is hereby transferred from 87-B for bond sales (printing of bonds) to 84-F for miscellaneous services, division of purchases.

And said amount is hereby available for immediate use and is in addition to all other sums heretofore appropriated for said purposes.

Sec. 2. That this ordinance is herely declared to be an emergency measure and shall take effect and be in force from and after its passage and approval by the mayor. Passed October 1, 1917.

W, F. THOMPSON,

President of the Council. R. E. COLLINS,

Clerk of Council. Approved by the mayor October 5, 1917.

Ord. No. 45498.

An ordinance to authorize the paving, repaving and improving of the intersections of Fairmount rd. S. E., Fairchild ave. S. E., Wilbur ave. S. E. and E. 107th st., by contract and to provide for the expenditures necessary therefor.

Section 1. Be it ordained by the council of the city of Cleveland, state of Ohio: That the director of public service be and he is hereby authorized and directed to expend, in order to pay for the city's portion of the improvement of the intersections of Fairmount rd. S. E., Fairchild ave. S. E., Wilbur ave. S. E. and 107th st., a sum not to exceed four thousand and twenty-six dollars and fifty cents ($4,026.50) to be paid from funds derived from the sale of bonds issued under authority of ordinance No. 38874, passed March 27, 1916, a sum not to exceed nine hundred and seventy-three dollars and fifty cents ($973.50) to be paid from the Wilbur ave. intersection fund, and a sum not exceeding two thousand two hundred dollars ($2.200.00) to be paid from the street paving and intersection fund, and to proceed with the grading, draining, curbing, paving, repaving and improving by contract, duly let after competitive bidding, of the intersections mentioned herein; and

Whereas, the expenditure herein provided for constitutes an emergency in that it relates to the immediate preservation of the public health and safety and provides for the usual daily operation of the department of public service; therefore

Sec. 2. This ordinance is hereby declared to be an emergency and shall be in force from and after its adoption and approval by the mayor. Passed October 1, 1917.

W. F. THOMPSON,

President of the Council. R. E. COLLINS,

Clerk of Council. Approved by the mayor October 5, 1917.

Ord. No. 45474.

An ordinance to accept the dedication of W. 49th st., from Memphis ave, S. W. to Woburn ave. S. W.

Section 1. Be it ordained by the council of the city of Cleveland, state of Ohio: That the dedication of W. 49th st., from Memphis ave. S. W. to Woburn ave. S. W., be and the same is hereby accepted.

Sec, 2. This ordinance shall take effect and be in force from and after the earliest period allowed by law. Passed October 1, 1917.

W. F. THOMPSON,

President of the Council. R. E. COLLINS,

Clerk of Council. Approved by the mayor October 5, 1917.

Effective November 11, 1917.

Ord. No. 45494.

An ordinańce to transfer the following: Twelve hundred ($1,200.00) dollars from 52-A-3, salaries, to 52-D, building maintenance.

Whereas, the subject matter herein provided for constitutes an emergency by way of providing for the usual daily operation of a municipal department; therefore

Section 1. Be it ordained by the council of

the city of Cleveland, state of Ohio: That the following be and are hereby transferred:

Twelve hundred ($1,200.00) dollars from 52-A-3, salaries, to 52-D, building maintenance.

And that said amounts are hereby available for immediate use and are in addition to all other sums heretofore appropriated for said purposes.

Sec. 2. That this ordinance is hereby declared to be an emergency measure and shall take effect and be in force from and after its passage and approval by the mayor. Passed October 1, 1917.

W. F. THOMPSON,

President of the Council. R. E. COLLINS,

Clerk of Council. Approved by the mayor October 5, 1917.

Ord. No. 45475.

An ordinance to accept the dedication of W. 48th st., from Memphis ave. S. W. to Woburn ave. S. W.

Section 1. Be it ordained by the council of the city of Cleveland, state of Ohio: That the dedication of W. 48th st., from Memphis ave. S. W. to Woburn ave. S. W., be and the same is hereby accepted.

Sec. 2. This ordinance shall take effect and be in force from and after the earliest period allowed by law. Passed October 1, 1917.

W. F. THOMPSON,

President of the Council. R. E. COLLINS,

Clerk of Council. Approved by the mayor October 5, 1917.

Effective November 11, 1917.

Ord. No. 45499.

An ordinance to transfer one hundred thirty ($130.00) dollars from 87-F, for bond sales (advertising bonds) to 20-A-2, for clerk hire, department of public service, general administration.

Whereas, the subject matter herein provided for constitutes an emergency by way of providing for the usual daily operation of municipal departments.

Section 1. Be it ordained by the council of the city of Cleveland, state of Ohio: That the sum of one hundred thirty ($130.00) dollars be and the same is hereby transferred from 87-F, for bond sales (advertising bonds) to 20-A-2 for clerk hire, general administration, department of public service.

And said amount is hereby available for immediate use and is in addition to all other sums heretofore appropriated for said purposes.

That this ordinance is hereby declared to be an emergency measure and shall take effect and be in force from and after its passage and approval by the mayor. Passed October 1, 1917.

W. F. THOMPSON,

President of the Council. R. E. COLLINS,

Clerk of Council.. Approved by the mayor October 5, 1917.

Ord. No. 45531-A,

An ordinance to add section 946-A to the revised ordinances of 1907 of the city of Cleveland.

Be it ordained by the council of

Ord. No. 45497.

An ordinance to transfer two thousand ($2,000) dollars from 110Z for equipment to 110-A-3 for labor, division of park refreshments.

Whereas, the subject matter herein provided for constitutes an emergency by way of providing for the usual daily operation of a municipal department.

Section 1. Be it ordained by the council of the city of Cleveland, state of Ohio: That two thousand ( $ 2.000.00) dollars be and the same is hereby transferred from 110-Z for equipment, to 110-A-3 for labor, division of park refreshments.

And said amounts are hereby available for immediate use and are in addition to all other sums heretofore appropriated for said purposes.

Sec. 2. That this ordinance is hereby declared to be an emergency measure and shall take effect and be in force from and after its passage and approval by the mayor. Passed October 1, 1917.

W. F. THOMPSON,

President of the Council. R. E. COLLINS, Clerk of Council.

Ord. No. 45477

An ordinance to accept the dedication of W. 50th st., from Memphis ave. S. W. to Woburn ave. S. W.

Section 1. Be it ordained by the council of the city of Cleveland, state of Ohio: That the dedication of W. 50th st., from Memphis ave. S. W. to Woburn ave. S. W.. be and the same is hereby accepted.

Sec. 2. This ordinance shall take effect and be in force from and after the earliest period allowed by law. Passed October 1, 1917.

W. F. THOMPSON,

President of the Council. R. E. COLLINS,

Clerk of Council. Approved by the mayor October 5, 1917.

Effective November 11, 1917.

the city of Cleveland, state of Ohio:

Section 1. That an additional section be added to the ordinances of 1907, which shall read as follows:

Section 946-A. TANKS FOR THE STORAGE OF FUEL OILS.

Tanks for the storage of fuel oils or oils with a flash point above two hundred (200) degrees Fahrenheit may be constructed of steel or reinforced concrete, if made structurally sate. The location and fire protection for such tanks shall comply with the requirements of section 946.

Sec. 2. That this ordinance shall take effect and

be in force from and after its passage and legal publication. Passed October 1, 1917.

W. F. THOMPSON,

President of the Council. R. E. COLLINS,

Clerk of Council. Approved by the mayor October 5, 1917.

Effective November 11, 1917.

the red lines on the plat, which plat is referred to herein and is attached to the original copy of this ordinance.

Sec. 2. That such switch track shall have no frogs or switch points within the limits of the street and shall be laid to the grade of said Bessemer ave, S. E. as now established and paved, and shall be relaid to such grades as may hereafter be established, and shall be planked between the rails and eighteen (18) inches outside of each rail; the water from

the

gutters of said street shall be conveyed under said track in a proper and acceptable manner. or the necessary catch basins shall be constructed and connected with the sewer in said Bessemer ave. S. E. as the city engineer shall direct at the expense of said railroad company; any paving displaced shall be relaid outside of track and at the expense of said railroad company, and said tracks, gutters and planking shall be kept in constant good repair. and the track properly lighted, by or at the expense of said railroad company, its successors or assigns, as the director of public service of the city of Cleveland may direct, and to the acceptance of said director,

Sec. 3. That the said Pennsylvania Co., C. & P. division, its successors or assigns, hereby obligates itself to at any and all times hold the city harmless from any damage to person or property or expense of any kind, that may arise by reason of said switch track or the permission herein granted; to at all times fully obey any general or special regulations that may now or hereafter be enacted governing or applicable to, the said switch track, to waive any and all rights to the contrary, and will support or remove said track

as may be ordered by the director of public service when necessary for the purpose of making any general improvements in said Bessemer ave. S. E. and at no time to stand cars upon any portion of said Bessemer ave. S. E. or allow the same to be done.

Sec. 4. That the said Pennsylvania Company, C. & P. division, shall reinove all unsaleable materials excavated in the construction of said track to the E. 79th st. dump.

Sec. 5. That the council reserves the right to at any and all times revoke this permission, and that whenever so revoked that the said Pennsylvania ('o., C. & P. division, its successors or assigns, agree to remove the track from said Bessemer ave, S. E. and return the street and pavement to the condition required by the director of

public service within thirty days (30) after receiving notice of the revocation of this grant; and in case it shall not so remove the same and repair the pavement properly, then the director of public service may cause the same to be done at the expense of said company, its successors or assigns.

Sec. 6. That this ordinance shall take effect and be in force from and after the earliest period allowed by law and the filing with the clerk of the council of a written acceptance of the terms and conditions hereof by said Pennsylvania Co., C. & P. division. Passed October 1, 1917.

W. F. THOMPSON,

President of the Council. R. E. COLLINS,

Clerk of Council. Approved by the mayor October 5, 1917.

Effective November 11, 1917.

Ord. No. 45350.

An ordinance granting to the Pennsylvania Co., C. & P. division, the right to lay a switch track across Bessemer ave. S. E.

Section 1. Be it ordained by the council of the city of Cleveland, state of Ohio: That permission, on the conditions hereinafter mentioned, is hereby given to the Pennsylvania Co., C. & P. division, to lay a switch track across Bessemer ave. S. E., said switch track to intersect the northerly line of Bessemer ave. S. E. about five hundred (500) feet easterly of the easterly line of E. 80th st., thence on a curve to the right intersecting the southerly line of Bessemer ave. S. E. about four hundred and fifty-seven (457) feet easterly of the easterly line of E. 80th st., as approximately shown by

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Neal and Farrell, Nathan E. Cook, Secretary. 304 City Hall.

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E. A. Kline, Secretary, 414 City Hall.
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Central Police Station.

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CITY STREET RAILROAD COMMISSIONERand House Numbers, Fred P. Troyan, Supt., 617

Fielder Sanders, 830 Leader-News Bldg., Main 5271, City Hall.

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Lyman O. Newell, Commissioner, 436 City Hall.
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Kibler, Supt. of Markets. Weights and Measures,
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Division of Recreation-
J. F. Potts, Commissioner, Room 435.

President--William F. Thompson.
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Ward
Name

Address Robert Hoffman, Commissioner, 618 City Hall.

1 Alva R. Dittrick.

8700 Lorain Ave. 2 Charles V. Dickerson

5834 Storer Ave. 3 Samuel B. Michell.

7915 Madison Ave. N. W. DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WELFARE

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2185 West 67th St. 5 John P. Becker.

3308 Fulton Rd. Lamar T. Beman, Director.

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3800 West 33rd St. Director's Secretary-Philmore J. Haber, 327 City

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2172 West 14th St. Hall.

8 W. J. Horrigan.

4607 Franklin Ave. Division of Health

9 J. J. McGinty.

2741 Commercial Rd. Dr. Robert H, Bishop, Jr., Commissioner.

10 John W. Reynolds,

1760 East 27th St. Dr. Martin Friedrich, Medical Expert.

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2171 East 30th St. 117 City Hall.

12 Benjamin H. Schwartz.

2544 East 50th St. Division of Employment

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5314 McBride Ave. Charles F. Arndt, Commissioner, 109 City Hall.

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.3593 East 65th St. Bureau of Immigration

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9213 Miles Ave. John Prucha, Chief, 103 City Hall.

16 R. S. Tavlor.

9308 Kinsman Rd. Bureau of Outdoor Relief--106 City Hall.

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5816 Woodland Ave. William A. Kenney, Supt.

18 Harry C. Gahn.

.4912 Cedar Ave. Parole Officer

19 Wm. Stolte.

10813 Fairchild Ave. A. E. Maska, 327 City Hall.

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1679 East 82nd St. City Chemist

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1338 East Sist St. W. White, 609 City Hall.

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1046 Last 74th St. 24 E. H. Krueger.

899 Parkwood Dr. DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC SAFETY

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J. E. Smith

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Clerk-R. E. Collins, 316 City Hall.
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Civil Branch
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Chief Justice-William H. McGannon.
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Wm. B. Beebe.
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Samuel H. Silbert.
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David Moylan.

Pierre A. White.
Clarence J. Neal, Director.

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Criminal Branch
B. H. Dayton, City Treasurer. 216 City Hall.

Judges-Wm. C. Keough. Division of Assessments and Licenses

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Clerk-Peter J. Henry.

OFFICIAL PUBLICATION OF THE CITY OF CLEVELAND

VOL. 4

WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1917

No. 1998

The City Record Published weekly under authority of the Charter of the City of

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BOARD OF CONTROL

The regular meeting of the board of control was called to order by Director FitzGerald at 10:00 a. m., Monday, October 15th, 1917.

Present: Directors FitzGerald, Bernstein, Beman, Sprosty, Neal and Farrell.

Absent: Mayor Davis.

The minutes of the previous meeting were approved as presented and on motion of the acting mayor the following resolutions were adopted:

RESOLUTIONS
File No. 4960.
By Director Bernstein.

Resolved, that the director of public service be and he is hereby authorized and directed to enter into contract with The A. M. Pejsa Paving Company, the lowest and best bidders, October 3, 1917, for paving and improving Woodhill rd. S. E., from Quincy ave. to Buckeye rd., in accordance with their bid for the same, approximately $62,770.05.

Re-assessment will be required.
File No. 4961.
By Director Bernstein.

Resolved, that the director of public service be and he is hereby authorized and directed to enter into contract with The Baldwin Bros. Company for paving and improving Woodhill rd. and E. 93rd st., from Buckeye rd. to Kinsman rd., in accordance with their bid for the same, approximately $60,450.35.

Re-assessment will be required.
File No. 4962.
By Director Bernstein.
Resolved, by the board of control,

hat the director of public service be and he is hereby authorized and Directed to enter into contract with Rieley Bros. the lowest and best

bidder for paving Ivanhoerd. grade elimination, in accordance with their bid of September 26th, 1917, amounting to $24,252.50.

File No. 4963.
By Director Bernstein.

Resolved, that the director of public service be and he is hereby authorized and directed to enter into contract with the Cleveland Trinidad Paving Company for surfacing West blvd., from Lake ave. to Clifton, in accordance with their bid received October 10, 1917, amounting approximately to $3,000.00.

File No. 4964.
By Director Bernstein.

Resolved, by the board of control, that contract No. 11804, with The J. Connelly Construction Company, amounting to approximately $166,000.00, covering the construction of section No. 4 of the south intercepting sewer, be and the same is hereby approved.

File No. 4965.
By Director Bernstein.

Resolved, by the board of control, that contract No. 11803, with The William McDowell & Son Company, amounting to approximately $2,300.00, covering the construction of a sewer in Havel ave. S. E., from E. 116th st. to E. 118th st., be and the same is hereby approved.

File No. 4966.
By Director Bernstein.

Resolved, by the board of control, that subsidiary agreement No. 780, with A. M. Pejsa Paving Company. making certain additions to and amending contract No. 11556, in sum of $10.80, covering the paving of E. 106th pl., from Wilbur ave. S. E. to north end of E. 106th pl., be and the same is hereby approved.

File No. 4967.
By Director Bernstein.

Resolved, by the board of control, that the director of public service be and he is hereby authorized and directed to enter into subsidiary agreement No. 805, with M. P. Platten, making certain additions to and amending contract No. 11530, in the sum of $17.85, covering the laying, relaying and repairing of sidewalks in the western sidewalk district.

File No. 4968.
By Director Bernstein,

Resolved, by the board of control, that the director of public service be and he is hereby authorized and directed to enter into subsidiary

agreement No. 810, with Rieley Brothers, making certain additions to and amending contract No. 11262, in the sum of $36.90, covering the paving of Harvard ave. S. E., from E. 100th st. to E. 110th st.

File No. 4969.
By Director Bernstein.

Resolved, by the board of control, that subsidiary agreement No. 795, with E. L. Phillips, making certain additions to and amending contract No. 11701, in the sum of $650.00, covering the furnishing and delivering popcorn crispettes to the various park refreshment stands, be and the same is hereby approved.

File No. 4970.
By Director Bernstein.

Resolved, by the board of control, that resolution No. 1379, adopted January 15, 1915, fixing the number, salaries and bonds of positions in the department of public service, general administration, be and the same is hereby amended as follows:

By striking out “1 messengerclerk (Class A) at $480.00 per year" and inserting in lieu thereof "1 messenger-clerk at $540.00 per year;" and

Be it further resolved, that this resolution shall relate back to and be effective from and after October 1st, 1917.

File No. 4971.
By Director Bernstein.

Resolved, by the board of control, that resolution No. 1382. adopted January 5, 1915. fixing the number. salaries and bonds of positions in the department of public service, division of garage, be and the same is hereby amended as follows:

By striking out “1 repairman at $780.00 per year” and inserting in lieu thereof "repairmen as may be needed at $3.00 per day;"

By adding thereto “repairmen as may be needed at $2.75 per day” and “laborers as may be needed at $2.50 per dav;" and

Be it further resolved, that this resolution shall relate back to and be effective from and after October 1, 1917, and further, that resolu- • tion No. 4736. adopted July 16, 1917, be and the same is hereby rescinded.

File No. 4972.
By Director Bernstein.

Resolved, by the board of control, that. in accordance with section 189

the charter and the classification adopted by the civil service

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