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R. E. COLLINS,

Clerk of Council. Approved by the mayor September 21, 1917,

Adopted September 17. 1917

W. F. THOMPSON,

President of the Council. R. E. COLLINS,

Clerk of Council. Approved by the mayor September 21, 1917.

said avenue.
Adopted September 17, 1917

W. F. THOMPSON,

President of the Council. R. E. COLLINS,

Clerk of Council, Approved by the mayor September 21, 1917.

File No. 45447.
Mr. Becker.

Whereas, there is a nuisance that constitutes a serious menace to public health existing on Hyde ave., between W. 38th st. and W. 41st st.; and,

Whereas, a prosecution pending in police court for suffering this nuisance to exist came to naught for the reason that it was explained that the nuisance either was or soon would be abated; and,

Whereas, the said nuisance still exists and still constitutes a menace to public health; now, therefore

Be it resolved by the council of the city of Cleveland: That the director of public welfare be request

to report to the council what steps, if any, have been taken or are to be taken to cause the abatement of this nuisance. Adopted September 17, 1917

W. F. THOMPSON,

President of the Council. R. E. COLLINS,

Clerk of Council. Approved by the mayor September 21, 1917.

File No. 45451.
Mr. Dickerson.

Resolved, that the director of public service be requested to place the necessary arc lights on W. 62 nd st., south of Denison ave., to properly light said street. Adopted September 17, 1917

W. F. THOMPSON,

President of the Council. R, E. COLLINS,

Clerk of Council. Approved by the mayor September 21, 1917.

File No. 45452.
Mr. Thompson.

Be it resolved by the council of the city of Cleveland, state of Ohio: That the director of public service be and he is hereby requested to place East blvd., from Union ave. north., in a passable condition, Adopted September 17 1917.

W. F. THOMPSON,

President of the Council. R. E. COLLINS,

Clerk of Council. Approved by the mayor September 21. 1917.

File No. 45457. Mr. Thompson.

Whereas, ` Angela ave. S. E., between E. 116th st. and E. 131st st., is insufficiently lighted; now, therefore

Be it resolved by the council of the city of Cleveland, state of Ohio: That the director of public service be and he is hereby requested to place the necessary arc lights on Angela ave. S. E., between E. 116th st. and E. 131st st., to properly light said street. Adopted September 17. 1917

W. F. THOMPSON,

President of the Council. R. E. COLLINS,

Clerk of Council. Approved by the mayor September 21, 1917.

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File No. 45448.
Mr. Gahn.

Resolved, by the council of the city of Cleveland: That the Pennsylvania Co. be and hereby is requested to advise this council at once why it has neglected to accept the grade crossing elimination ordinance relating to the crossings over Central ave, and those following streets south, Adopted September 17. 1917

W. F. THOMPSON,

President of the Council. R. E. COLLINS,

Clerk of Council. Approved by the mayor September 21. 1917.

File No. 45453.
Mr. Horrigan.

Resolved, that the director of public service be and he is hereby requested to place the necessary arc lights on Clinton ave.

N. W.. between W. 29th st. and W. 32nd st., to properly light said avenue. Adopted September 17, 1917

W. F. THOMPSON,

President of the Council. R. E. COLLINS,

Clerk of Council Approved by the mayor September 21, 1917.

File No. 45458.
Mr. Thompson.

Whereas, the residents of E. 116th st., between Union ave. S. E. and the Erie Railroad tracks, have complained of the insufficient lighting on said street; now, therefore

Be it resolved by the council of the city of Cleveland, state of Ohio: That the director of public service be and he is hereby requested to place the necessary arc lights on E. 116th st., between Union ave. S. E. and the Erie Railroad tracks, to properly light said street. Adopted September 17, 1917

W. F. THOMPSON,

President of the Council. R. E. COLLINS,

Clerk of Council. Approved by the mayor September 21. 1917.

File No. 45454.
Mr. Faulhaber.

Resolved, that the director of public service be requested to place an arc light on W. 58th st., near Walworth ave. S. W.. or to re-arrange lights to allow for one additional light. Adopted September 17, 1917

W. F. THOMPSON,

President of the Council. R. E. COLLINS,

Clerk of Council. Approved by the mayor September 21, 1917.

File No. 45 459.
Mr. Taylor.

Resolved, that the director of public service be and he is hereby requested to place the necessary arc lights on Park Hill ave. S. E., between E. 116th st. and E. 130th st., to properly light said street. Adopted September 17, 1917

W. F. THOMPSON,

President of the Council. R. E. COLLINS,

Clerk of Council. Approved by the mayor September 21, 1917.

File No. 45449.
By Mr. Dittrick.

Whereas, in the construction of the subway, approaches to the new high-level bridge in the city has been put to considerable expense in the removal of underground work, removal and abandonment of street railroad tracks, laying of sewers and relaying of new pavements; and Whereas,

the

property owners along the easterly and westerly approaches to

the new high-level bridge are now filing claims for damages with the city; therefore

Be it resolved by this council, that the director of public service be and he is hereby requested to furnish this council, at the earliest opportunity, with a statement of the approximate cost to the city of all underground work, removal and abandonment of street railroad tracks, laying of new sewers, relaving of new pavements, together with a detail statement of all the claims that have been filed by property owners for damages. Adopted September 17. 1917

W. F. THOMPSON,

President of the Council. R. E. COLLINS.

Clerk of Council. Approved by the mayor September 21. 1917.

File No. 45455.
Mr. Michell,

Resolved, that the director of public service be requested to place an arc light at the intersection of Pear ave. N. W. and W. 64th pl. Adopted September 17.* 1917

W. F. THOMPSON,

President of the Council. R. E. COLLINS,

Clerk of Council. Approved by the mayor September 21. 1917.

File No. 44228.

An ordinance to amend section 31 of Ord. No. 16238-A, as amended by ord. No. 20890-B, and providing for free rides for members of the Ohio National Guard and members of the United States army during the time of war.

Be it ordained by the council of the city of Cleveland, state of Ohio: That

Section 1. Section 31 of ordinance No. 16238-A, as amended by ordinance No. 20890-B, be and the same is hereby amended so as to read as follows:

"Sec. 31. During the continuance of this grant the company shall carry on its cars, free of charge, all policemen and firemen of the city of Cleveland, in uniform and on duty, and members of the Ohio National Guard and of the United States Army, the United States Navy, and all branches of the United States Military Service, including the Naval Militia of the state of Ohio, in uniform, during the existence of a state of war between the United States of America and any foreign power, but shall otherwise

File No. 45 456.
Mr. Thompson.

Whereas, Lenacrave ave. S. E. from E. 116th st. to E. 131st st., is very poorly lighted; and

Whereas. residents on said street have complained about the insufficient lighting of said street; now, therefore

Be it resolved by the council of the city of Cleveland, state of Ohio: That the director of public service be and he is hereby requested to place the necessary arc lights on Lenacrave ave. S. E., from E. 116th st. to E. 131st st., to properly light

File No. 45450,
Mr. Faulhaber,

Resolved, that the director of public service be requested to put in condition the pavement on W. 55th st., south of Nickel Plate tracks; also to grade, round up and place cinders on said street, from end of pavement to Walworth ave. S. W., to make same passable.

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give no free passes or free transportation unless otherwise required by law except to motormen, conductors and inspectors of the company in uniform or upon presentation of badge when going to or from work; and the

company shall have the right to furnish to its other employes, except employes in the general office, free transportation while on duty or going to or returning from work, the cost of the came to be charged to operation. The company shall, by the adoption of all reasonable protective measures, and by necessary supervision of its employes and accounting force, provide for the collection of fares due to the company from passengers. It, at any time, the street railroad commissioner notifies the company that, in his judgment, any laxity, carelessness or inefficiency exists in the matter of collecting the revenue of the company, or of

permitting free transportation in any way, or any wastefulness in the purchase or use of material, or émployment of persons, or their compensation, said commissioner shall have the right to employ such assistance as he may need to determine the facts, and the company shall pay the cost of all such assistance, subject to the limitations imposed by section 10 hereof. If, as the result of such investigation, it is found that any such failure to collect revenues, or wastefulness, exists, it shall be at once corrected. If there be disagreement between the city and the company as to th result of such investigation, or as to the efficiency of any corrective applied by the company, and the question having been submitted to arbitration under the provisions of section 11 hereof, such board finds such failure to exist, or not to have been corrected, the reduction in the rate per cent of interest payments

ovided in section 11 hereof, may be made and enforced by the board of arbitration until the failure is corrected."

Sec. 2. That original section 31 of ordinance No. 16238-A, as amendied by ordinance No. 20890-B, be and the same is hereby repealed.

Sec. 3. That this ordinance shall take effect and be in force from and after the earliest period provided by law and the filing of an acceptance in writing with the clerk of council by The Cleveland Railway Company within thirty (30) days after its passage. i'assed September 17, 1917.

W. F. THOMPSON,

President of the Council. R. E. COLLINS,

Clerk of Council. Anproved by the mayor September

east, line of said Palmer and Burneti's subdivision about 9.12 feet to a point 150 feet northerly from the north line of Kinsman rd. 66 feet in width; thence easterly and parallel with said north line of Kinsman rd. to the southwest corner of said sublot No. 193, in The Van Sweringen Company's subdivision No. 19, as recorded in volume 55, page 34 of Cuyahoga county map records; thence easterly along the south line of said sublot No. 193 to the southeast corner thereof; thence northerly along the east line of said Van Sweringen Coi's subdivision No. 19, 120 feet; thence westerly parallel with the first described line to the easterly line of said Palmer and Burnett subdivision; thence northerly along said easterly line about 9.12 feet to the southeast corner of sai: sublot No. 7 in said Palmer and Burnett subdivision; thence westerly along the southerly line of said sublot No. 7 and the southerly line of said sublot No. 124 in said Palmer and Burnett subdivision to the southwest corner of said sublot No. 124; thence southerly along the west line of said Palmer and Burnett's subdivision, which is the east line of the Palmer and Boyer subdivision 120 feet to the place of beginning.

Sec. 2. That the director of law of said city be and he is hereby authorized and directed to prosecute the proceedings nesessary and make application on behalf of said city and the council thereof, to effect saill annexation of said above de. scribed territory.

Sec. 3. This ordinance shall take effect and be in force from and after its passage and legal publication. Passed September 17. 1917.

W. F. THOMPSON,

President of the Council. R. E. COLLINS,

Clerk of Council. Approved by the mayor September 21, 1917.

Effective October 28, 1917.

Sec. 4. That said bonds shall be prepared by the director of law, signed by the mayor and director of finance, sealed with the city seal and recorded in office of the sinking fund commission. Said bonds shall express upon their face the purpose for which they are issued, the fact that they are issued pursuant to law and ordinance and they shall be made payable, both principal and interest, at the American Exchange National Bank in the city of New York.

Sec. 5. That the faith and credit of the city of Clevelana aid neicy pledged for the pa y ment of both principal and interest of the bonds hereinbefore described at maturity in accordance with the laws and constitution of the state of Ohio.

Sec. 6. That for the purpose of pravicing the necessary funds

to pay the interest on the foregoing issue of bonds promptly when and as the same falls due, and also to create and maintain a sinking fund sufficient to discharge the said bonds at maturity, there shall be an hereby levied on all of the taxahi propery of the city of Cleveland in addition to all other taxes a direct tax annually during the years 1917 to 1947, both inclusive, in an amoun sufficient to pay the interest on ai! bonds as it accrues and to provide a sinking fund for their final redemption at maturity.

That said tax shall be and is hereby ordered certified, levied and extended upon the tax duplicate and collected by the same officers, in th same manner, and at the same time that the taxes for general purposes for each of said years are certifier. extended and collected. That all funds derived from said tax levies hereby required shall be placed in a separate and distinct fund, which, together with all interest collected on the same, shall be irrevocably pledged to the payment of the interest and principal of said bonds when and as the same fall due. Sec. 7.

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 September 17, 1917.

W. F. THOMPSON,

President of the Council. R. E. COLLINS,

Clerk of Council. Approved by the mayor September 21, 1917.

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Cleveland.

Section 1. council

Ord. No. 45167.

An ordinance to issue bonds in the sum of thirty thousand dollars ($30,000.00) to pay the cost and expense of opening, widening, and extending E. 49th st., at Broadway S. E., Cor purchasing or condemning any land therefor, for improving the same, and for securing the more complete enjoyment of the same.

Section 1. Be it ordained by the council of the city of Cleveland, state of Ohio, two-thirds of all members thereto concurring, that it is deemed necessary to issue and sell bonds as hereinafter provided.

Sec, 2 That under authority of law, bonds of the city of Cleveland be issued in the amount of thirty thousand ($30,000.00) dollars, to pay the cost and expense of opening, widening and extending E. 49th st., at Broadway S. E., for purchasing or condemning any land therefor, for improving the Same.

and

for securing the more complete enjoyment of the same.

Sec. 3. That said bonds shall be designated

"Street Opening Bonds," shall be of the denomination of one thousand ($1,000.00) dollars each, shall be

dated October 1st, 1917, and shall be drawn to mature as follows:

One (1) of said bonds to mature on the first day of October, 1918, and one (1) of said bonds to mature on the first day of October in each of the next succeeding twenty-nine (29) years, the last bonds maturing October 1st, 1947, and all of said bonds shall bear interest from the first day of October, 1917, at the rate of five per cent (5%) per annum, pavable semi-annually upon presentation and surrender of the attached coupons signed by the city treasurer.

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Ord. No. 4475 2.

An ordinance to authorize the annexation of territory to the city of

Be it ordained by the

of the city of Cleveland, state of Ohio:

That the annexation of the following described territory to said city of Cleveland be and the

is hereby authorized to be Situatert in original lots Nos. 41 and 42, Warrensville township. now in the village of East View. "Cuyahoga counts, Ohio, and bounded and described as follows: Beginning at the southwest corner

sublot No. 127. in Palmer and Burnett's subdivision as recorded in

of Cuvahoga county map records; thence easterly along the south line of said sublot No. 127 and sublot No. 4 in said Palmer and Burnett's subdivision to No. 4; thence southerly along the

same marle:

Ord. No. 44785-A.

An ordinance to authorize the expenditure of five hundred thousand dollars for collecting and discharging at the southerly sewage treatment site, the sewage from the southeastern section of the city and lying easterly of the Cuya hoga river.

Whereas, it is determined to proceed with the construction of the so-called “southerly sewage treatment works" by making the necessary contracts therefor: and

Whereas, said work is to be performed pursuant to the order of the state board of health; now, therefore,

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 a sum not to exceed five hundred thousand ($500,000.00) dollars for constructing such Sewers, Sewer connections, outlet channels and appurtenances thereto, as may be required to collect and conduct the sawage from the southeastern section of the city and lying easterly of the Cuvahoga river, to the site of the "southerly sewage treatment works." and for discharging the treated sewage from said site to the

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Approved by the mayor September 21, 1917.

Effective October 28, 1917.

Cuyahoga river, Said amount to be paid out of the Cuya hoga river purification bond fund.

Sec. 2. The work herein provided for shall be done by contract duly let, upon a unit basis for the improvement after competitive bidding.

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 daily operation of a municipal department; therefore,

Sec. 3. 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 September 17, 1917.

W. F. THOMPSON,

President of the Council. R. E. COLLINS,

Clerk of Council. Approved by the mayor September 21, 1917.

Ord. No. 45231.

On ordinance to change the name of Grand Army ct. S. W., extending from W. 25th st. easterly, to Garden ave. S. W.

Section 1. Be it ordained by the council of the city of Cleveland, state of Ohio: That the name of Grand Army ct. S. W., extending from W. 25th st. easterly, be and the same is hereby changed to Garden ave. S. W.

Sec. 2. This ordinance shall take effect and be in force from and after the earliest period allowed by law. Passed September 17, 1917.

W. F. THOMPSON,

President of the Council. R. E. COLLINS,

Clerk of Council. Approved by the mayor September 21, 1917.

Effective October 28, 1917.

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44° 04' 35" east along said southerly line of St. Clair ave. N. E. 10 feet to the place of beginning.

Parcel No. 2. Beginning at the intersection of the southerly line of Kipling ave. N. E. and the northeasterly line of Ruple rd. N. E.; thence south 43° 41' 48" east along the said easterly line of Ruple rd. N. E. 623.41 feet to the proposed northwesterly side line of Mandalay ave. N E.; thence southwesterly on an arc of a circle deflecting to the left along the said northwesterly side line of proposed Mandalay ave. N. E. 51.16 feet, said circle having a radius of 484.94 feet and said arc having a chord of 51.14 feet in length and bearing south 53° 34' 57" west; thence southwesterly on an arc of a circle deflecting to the right 12.29 feet to the southwesterly line of Ruple rd. N. E., said circle having a radius of 10.72 feet and said arc having chord

of

11.63 feet in length and bearing south 83° 24' 25" West; thence north 43° 41' 48" west along

said southwesterly line of Ruple rd. N. E., 601.76 feet; thence northwesterly on an arc of a circle, deflecting to the right, 13 feet to the southeasterly side line of Kipling ave. N. E.. said circle having radius of 10.71 feet and said are having a chord of 12.22 feet and bearing north 10°

AS" east; thence north 45° 09' 30" east along said southeasterly side line of Kipling ave. N E.. 50.11 feet to the place of beginning.

Sec. 2. That this ordinance shall take effect and be in force from and after the earliest period allowed by law.

The clerk of the council is hereby directed to notify the county auditor of the above vacation by sending him a copy of this ordinance. Passed September 17. 1917.

W. F. THOMPSON,

President of the Council. R. E. COLLINS,

Clerk of Council Approved by the mayor September 21, 1917.

Effective October 28, 1917.

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Ord. No. 452 25.

An ordinance to vacate Ruple rd. N. E. hereinafter described.

Whereas, on the 19th day of February, 1917, the council of the city of Cleveland adopted resolution No. 42562, declaring its intention to vacate Ruple rd. N. E, hereinafter described; and

Whereas, notice has been served on all property owners, bounding and abutting upon said Ruple rd. N. E., and return of said notice has been filed with the clerk of the council of the city of Cleveland; and

Whereas, the board of revision of assessments has approved the vacation of said Ruple rd. N. E. hereinafter described, as provided in sec. tion 176 of the charter of the city of Cleveland; and

Whereas, the council upon consideration is satisfied that there is good cause for the said vacation, and that it will not be detrimental to the general interest of the public and ought to be made; now, therefore,

Section 1. Be it ordained by the council of the city of Cleveland, state of Ohio, three-fourths of all members thereof concurring, that the following Ruple rd. N. E. be vacated, to-wit:

Being a part of original lot No. 42, tract 10. of Euclid township, Cuyahoga county and state of Ohio, now in the city of Cleveland, described as follows:

Parcel No. 1. Beginning at the intersection of the southerly line of St. Clair ave. N. E. and the north-' easterly line of Ruple rd. N. E.; thence south 43° 41' 48" east along the said northeasterly line of Ruple id. N. E. 892.59 feet to the northerly line of Kipling ave. N E.; thence south 45° 50' 30" west along said northerly line of Kipling ave. N. E. 51.11 feet; thence southwesterly on an arc of a circle deflecting to the right 11.45 feet to the southwesterly line of Ruple rd. N. E., said circle having a radius of 9.31 feet and said arc having a chord of 10.74 feet in length and bearing south 80° 25' 18" west; thence north 43° 41' 48" west along the said southwesterly line of Ruple rd. N. E., 154.91 feet; thence northwesterly on an arc of a circle deflecting to the right 127.29 feet, said circle having a radius of 453.52 feet and said are being subtended by a chord 126.87 feet in length and bearing north 32°

44'

14" West: thence northwesterly on an

arc of a circle deflecting to the left 157.52 feet; said circle having a radius of 475 feet and said are being subtended by a chord 156.80 feet in length and bearing north 34° 11' 48" west; thence north 43° 41' 48" west 453,06 feet to said southerly line of St. Clair ave. N. E.; thence north

Ord. No. 45310.

An ordinance to transfer the following:

One hundred ($100) dollars from 82-A-3, notice servers to 82-A-5, extra notice servers, within the division of assessments and licenses.

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

Section 1. Be it ordained by the council of the city of Cleveland, state of Ohio: That the following be and is hereby transferred:

One hundred ($100.00) dollars from 82-A-3 notice servers,

to 82- A-5, extra notice servers, within the division of assessments and licenses of the finance department; and that said amount is hereby available for immediate use and is in addition to all other sums heretofore appropriated for said purpose.

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 September 17, 1917.

W. F. THOMPSON,

President of the Council. R. E. COLLINS,

Clerk of Council. Approved by the mayor September 21, 1917.

Ord. No. 45229.

An ordinance to change the name of Niessen ct. s.

W., extending from W. 44th st. to W. 46th st., to Niessen ave. S. W.

Section 1. Be it ordained by the council of the city of Cleveland, state of Ohio: That the name of Neissen ct. S. W., extending from W. 44th st. to W'. 46th st. be and the same is hereby changed to Neissen ave. S. W.

Sec. 2. This ordinance shall take effect and be in force from and after the earliest period allowed by law. Passed September 17. 1917.

W. F. THOMPSON,

President of the Council. R. E. COLLINS,

Clerk of Council. Approved by the mayor September 21. 1917.

Effective October 28, 1917.

Ord. No. 45230.

An ordinance to name the first alley south of Superior ave. N. E. and extending from E. 105th st. to E. 110th st.--Rockhurst ave. N. E.

Section 1. Be it ordained by the council of the city of Cleveland, state of Ohio: That the first alley south of Superior ave. N. E. and extending from E. 105th st. to E, 110th st. be and the same is hereby named Rockhurst ave. N. E.

Sec. 2. This ordinance shall take effect and be in force from and after the earliest period allowed by law. Passed September 17. 1917.

W. F. THOMPSON,

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

Ord. No. 45351.

An ordinance determining to proceed with the construction of

a sewer and its appurtenances in Hartley rd. N. E., between E. 152nd st. and easterly end, and to assess a tax therefor, as per estimated assessment report No. 2858.

Whereas, the board of revision of assessments has reported to this council the necessity for this improvement, and recommended estimated assessment report No. 2858 on the 4th day of September, 1917, after due consideration and public hearing; and

Whereas, the director of public service has fixed 30 years

as the estimated life of this improvement; therefore

Be it ordained by the council of the city of Cleveland, state of Ohio. three-fourths of all members thereof concurring.

Section 1. That it is hereby determined to proceed with the construction of a pipe sewer and its necessary appurtenances in Hartley rd. N. E., between E. 152nd st. and easterly end, pursuant to a resolution adopted by the council on the 9th day of July, 1917, and that for the purpose of paying the cost and expense thereof there is hereby levied a special tax upon the several force from and after its passage and approval by the mayor. Passed September 17, 1917.

W. F. THOMPSON.

President of the Council. R. E. COLLINS,

Clerk of Council Approved by the mayor September 21, 1917.

lots and parcels of land designated in, and in accordance with estimated assessment No. 2858 as

made for that purpose and reported to this council by the board of revision of assessments on the 4th day of September, 1917, and which was made on the basis of special benefits conferred by said improvement, on the several

lots and parcels of land therein described.

Sec. 2. That the owners of the several lots and parcels of land included in said assessment shall pay the amounts from them severally due, as shown by “column No. 3" of said estimated assessment No. 2858 to the

treasurer on or before the 1st day of November, 1917, and in default thereof said tax shall be payable to the county treasurer in five (5) equal annual installments with the regular taxes of 1917, 1918, 1919, 1920, 1921.

Sec, 3. That bonds or notes of the city of Cleveland shall be issued in anticipation of the collection of assessments by installments.

Sec. 4. That all claims for damages by reason of said improvement shall be adjudged after the completion of the same.

Sec, 5. That this ordinance shall take effect and be in force from and after the earliest period allowed by law. (G. R. 10318). Passed September 17, 1917.

W. F. THOMPSON,

President of the Council. R. E. COLLINS,

Clerk of Council. Approved by the mayor September 21, 1917.

division of police and fire, as follows:

Three thousand ($3,000,00) dollars to 71-B-supplies, division of police.

Two thousand ($2,000.00) dollars to 71-E, maintenance of equipment, division of police.

Seven thousand ($7,000.00) dollars to 73-B-supplies, division of fire.

Said sum accruing from the unappropriated revenue received from taxes,

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 September 17, 1917.

W. F. THOMPSON,

President of the Council. R. E. COLLINS,

Cierk of Council. Approved by the mayor September 21, 1917.

Ord. No, 45365.

An ordinance to authorize the commissioner of purchases and supplies to purchase certain land for extending W. 100th st. to W. 101st pl.

Whereas, this expenditure constitutes an emergency in that it is necessary for the daily operation of the department of public service that this land be obtained at once; now, therefore

Section 1. Be it ordained by the council of the city of Cleveland, state of Ohio: That the commissioner of purchases and supplies be and he is hereby authorized and directed to purchase from the owner thereof. Nettie Reilley, for a consideration not to exceed' nine hundred dollars ($900.00) the following described premises, to-wit:

Situated in the city of Cleveland, county of Cuyahoga, and state of Ohio, and known as being sub-lot No. one hundred seventy-one (171) in Hill Crest subdivision of a part of original Brooklyn township lots Nos, 14 and 15 as shown by the recorded plat of said subdivision in volume 41 of maps, page 8 of Cuyàhoza county records,

said sub-lot No. 171 has a frontage of 40 feet on the westerly side 01 W. 100th st. and is 124.54 feet

the northerly line, 124.85 feet deep on the southerly line and has a rear line of 40 feet, as shown

That the commissioner of purchases and supplies be and he is hereby authorized and directed to

amount not to exceed of the street intersection fund and nine hundred üollars ($900.00) out

Same to the owner, Nettie Reilley, upon delivery to the city

good and deed and certificate of title showing

suficient warranty said premises to be free and clear ot all incumbrances whatsoever exCpt the taxes for 1917 and there. after and to the satisfaction of the declared to be an emergency meas

This ordinance is hereby ure and sl. ll take effect and let in

Ord. No. 45366.

An ordinance to appropriate the sum of twenty-three thousand six hundred ninety ($ 23,690.00) dollars, an unappropriated balance received from the cigarette and inheritance tax; an unappropriated balance of $40,000.00 received from special assessment funds due the general fund; an unappropriated balance of $30,000.00 revenue accruing from interest on deposits belonging to the general fund; an unappropriated revenue from public utilities due on workmen's compensation tax, paid by the general fund, amounting to $10.755.00; and transfer from 93-H, $2,600.00 interest

on

certificate of indebtedness, making a total of $107,045.00, to the division of street repairing and street cleaning as follows: $8,000.00 to 25-F for miscellaneous services; $15,000.00 to 25-A-4 for labor (maintenance); $60,000.00 to 26-A-3 for labor operation; $24,045,00 to 26-F for miscellaneous services.

Whereas, an emergency exists in order to provide for the usual daily operation of a municipal department; now, therefore

Section 1. Be it ordained by the council of the city of Cleveland, state of Ohio: That there be appropriated the

sum of twenty-three thousand six hundred ninety ($23,690.60) dollars, an unappropriated balance received from the cigarette anci inheritance tax; an unappropriated balance of $40,000.00 received from special assessment funds due the general fund; an unappropriated balance of $30,000.00 revenue accruing from interest on deposits belonging to the general fund; an unappropriated revenue from public utilities due on workmen's compensation tax paid by the general fund, amounting to $10,755.00; and transfer from 93-H, $2,600.00 interest on certificates of indebtedness, making a total of $107,045.00, to the division of street repairing and street cleaning as follows: $8,000.00 to 25-F for miscellaneous services: $15,000.00 to 25 - A-4 for labor (maintenance); $60,000.00 to 26-A-3 for labor (operation); $24,045.00 to 26-F for miscellaneous services. 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 September 17, 1917.

W. F. THOMPSON,

President of the Council. R. E. COLLINS,

Clerk of Council. Approved by the mayor September 21, 1917.

Ord. No. 45412.

An ordinance to submit to the electors of the city of Cleveland. ordinance No. 45222, being an initiated ordinance entitled, “An ordinance to provide for the appointment of a rapid transit commission."

Whereas, on the 27th day of August, 1917, the clerk of council certified to council that there was filed with him a petition signed by the electors of the city of Cleveland, sufficient in number, as required by section 50 of the charter of the city of Cleveland, which petition was found by the clerk to be sufficient and which petition initiated the aforesaid ordinance; and

Whereas, the council of the city of Cleveland on the 4th day of September, 1917, by a vote of the members thereof, decided to reject the aforesaid ordinance; and

Whereas, the committee of the petitioners have certified to the clerk of council that said ordinance be submitted to a vote of the electors of the city of Cleveland, in accordance with the provisions therefor contained in the charter of the city of Cleveland; now, therefore,

Be it ordained by the council of the city of Cleveland, state of Ohio: That

Section 1. Ordinance No. 45222, rejected by the council of the city of Cleveland September 4, 1917, and entitled as aforesaid, shall be submitted to the electors of the city of Cleveland for approval or rejection at the next regular municipal election to be held on the 6th day of November, A. D. 1917.

Sec. 2. The aforesaid ordinance shall be placed on the same ballot with other ordinances and proposed amendments to the charter required by law or by the charter of the city of Cleveland to be submitted to the vote of electors. The president and clerk of council are hereby directed to certify the above ordinance to the board of deputy state supervisors and inspectors of elections of Cuya hoga county for submission to the electors of the city of Cleveland, as provided by law.

Sec. 3. The aforesaid ordinance shall be submitted to the electors in such a way as to allow them to vote separately thereon. The said ordinance shall be designated on the ballot by its official file number and also by its full text, as hereinafter set forth. The ballot shall be marked in accordance with instructions printed thereon. The form of ballot to be userl shall be as follows:

OFFICIAL BALLOT
Regular Election, Tuesday, Novem-

ber 6. 1917.
Initiated Ordinance No. 452 22.

To Vote FOR the ordinance place a crosmark in the blank space

to th left of the words-"FOR THE ORDIN NE.

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Ord. No. 45369.

An ordinance to increase the appropriation for supplies, in the department of police and fire, in the sum of twelve thousand ($12,000) dollars,

Whereas, there exists an unappropriated revenue accruing from taxes, amounting to twelve thousand ($12,000.00) dollars; and

Whereas, an emergency exists in order to provide for the usual daily operation of a municipal department.

Section 1. Be it ordained by the Council

the city of Cleveland, state of Ohio: That

the Sum 0 twelve thousand ($12.000.00) dollars be and is hereby ?ppropriatid to the

director of law.

Sie. 3.

of

To vote AGAINST the ordinance place a crossmark in the blank space to the left of the words “AGAINST THE ORDINANCE."

Approved by the mayor September 21, 1917.

File No. 45193.
Mr. Rolf.

Be it resolved by the council of the city of Cleveland, state of Ohio: That the street railroad commissioner be and he is hereby requested to have all west bound St. Clair ave. cars stop at E. 141st st., instead of E. 140th st. Adopted September 17, 1917

W. F. THOMPSON,

President of the Council. R. E. COLLINS,

Clerk of Council. Approved by the mayor September 22, 1917.

commissioner be and he is hereby requested to have The Cleveland Railway Company repair its tracks at the crossing of Fulton rd, and Clark ave. Adopted September 17. 1917

W. F. THOMPSON,

President of the Council. R. E. COLLINS,

Clerk of Council. Approved by the mayor September 22, 1917.

INITIATED ORDINANCE

NO. 45222. “AN ORDINANCE to provide for the appointment of a Rapid Transit Commission.

Be it ordained by the people of the city of ('le innd, state of Ohio: That

Section 1. It is hereby declared to be essential to the interests of the city of Cleveland, that a Rapid Transit Commission, with the powers and duties prescribed in section 4000-16 to 4000-39 of

the general code of Ohio, and to ! be known as the Board of Rapid | Transit Commissioners of Cleveland, be appointed by the mayor,

Sec. 2. Be it further ordained that this ordinance shall take effect and be in force at the earliiest period allowed by law."

FOR THE ORDINANCE

File No. 45200.
Mr. Stolte.

Whereas, it is desirable that the Cedar ave. cars make a loop at the terminal of the line near Cedar rd.; now, therefore,

Bé it resolved by the council of the city of Cleveland: That the city of Cleveland hereby tenders to the Cleveland Railway Company the use of the parkway at this point for a loop of the Cedar ave line. Adopted September 17, 1917

W. F. THOM ON,

President of the Council. R. E. COLLINS,

Clerk of Council. Approved by the mayor September 22, 1917.

File No. 45332.
By Mr. Faulhaber.

Be it resolved by the council of the city of Cleveland, state of Ohio: that the street railroad commissioner be and he is hereby requested to change the car stop on W. 65th st., north of Clark ave., to Sargent ave. S. W. Adopted September 17, 1917

W. F. THOMPSON,

President of the Council. R. E. COLLINS,

Clerk of Council. Approved by the mayor September 22, 1917.

AGAINST THE ORDINANCE

Sec. 4. The board of deputy supervisors and inspectors of elections of Cuyahoga county shall certify to the council and mayor of the city of Cleveland the result of the vote upon the said ordinance.

Sec. 5. This ordinance shall take effect and be in force from and after the earliest period allowed by law. Passed September 17, 1917.

W. F. THOMPSON,

President of the Council. R. E. COLLINS,

Clerk of Council. Approved by the mayor September 21, 1917.

File No. 45329.
By Mr. Rolf.

Be it resolved by the council of the city of Cleveland, state of Ohio: that The Cleveland Railway Company be required to install through service from and to the public square on St. Clair ave., between London rd, and Nottingham rd. Adopted September 17, 1917

W. F. THOMPSON,

President of the Council. R. E. COLLINS,

Clerk of Council. Approved by the mayor September 22, 1917.

File No. 45403.
By Mr. Krueger.

Resolved, that the Cleveland Railway Company be requested to renew its tracks on St. Clair ave. between E. 103rd st. and E. 105th st. this work to be done in connection with the repairs of the crossovers at E. 105th st. Adopted September 17, 1917

W. F. THOMPSON,

President of the Council. R. E. COLLINS,

Clerk of Council. Approved by the mayor September 22. 1917.

Ord. No. 45429.

An ordinance to transfer fifty dollars from B-1-supplies, to 2-F miscellaneous services, general fund. Whereas, an

emergency exists in order to provide 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 sum of fifty dollars ($50.00) be and the same is hereby transferred from B-1-supplies, to 2-F- miscellaneous services, general fund.

Sec. 2. That this ordinance shall take effect and be in force from and after its passage and approval by the mayor. Passed September 17. 1917.

W. F. THOMPSON,

President of the Council. R. E. COLLINS,

Clerk of Council.

File No. 45330.
By Mr. Dickerson.

Resolved, that the street railroad commissioner be and he is hereby requested to have The Cleveland Railway Company install a car stop on the Denison ave. car line at W. 67th st. and Denison ave. S. W. Adopted September 17. 1917

W. F. THOMPSON,

President of the Council. R. E. COLLINS,

Clerk of Council. Approved by the mayor September 22, 1917.

File No. 45407.
By Mr. Reynolds.

Whereas, The Cleveland Railway Company desires to install a locker room at its Highland station,

Now, therefore, be it resolved by the council of the city of Cleveland that the Cleveland Railway Company be and the same is hereby authorized to install said locker room in its Highland station at an estimated cost of $1,617.50, and

Be it further resolved that when said improvement has been completed the actual cost of same not to exceed $1,617.50 be deemed a capital charge as prescribed in amended ordinance No. 16238-A. A lopted September 17. 1917

W. F. THOMPSON,

President of the Council. R. E. COLLINS,

Clerk of Council. Annroved by the mayor September 22, 1917.

File No. 45331.
By Mr. Becker.
Resolved, that the street railroad

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