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SINKING FUND COMMISSION

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Walter E. Wright's subdivision of opening fund created by ordinance parts of original 100 acre lots 318 No. 43491-A, passed April 30, 1917, and 319 as shown by the recorded and approved by the mayor May plat in volume 22 of maps, page 17 4, 1917, upon delivery to the city of Cuyahoga county records; also, of Cleveland of a good and suflici

Parcel No. 2. Situated in the ent deed of warranty, together city of Cleveland, county of Cuya- with a certificate of title showing hoga and state of Ohio and known said premises to be free and clear as being a part of lands conveyed of all incumbrances and to the satby Mary E. Reed to Walter E. isfaction of the director of law. Wright by deed recorded in volume

NATHAN E. COOK, 575, page 475 of Cuyahoga county

Secretary. records, September 26th, 1894, and as shown on a recorded plat in volume 42, page 912 Cuyahoga

The regular session of the board county records.

of control was called to order by Said first and second parcels to

Mayor Davis at 10:00 a. m., Mongether are bounded and described

day, December 24th, 1917. as follows:

Present: Mayor Davis, DirecBeginning at the northwest cor- tors FitzGerald, Bernstein, Beman, ner of said block “A” aforesaid;

Sprosty, Neal and Farrell. thence southeasterly along. the

Absent: None. northeasterly line of block “A” and The minutes of the previous said northeasterly line extended to meeting were approved as prethe northerly line of said sublot sented and on motion of the presiNo. 43, about 530-32/100 feet; dent the following resolutions were thence westerly along the northerly adopted: line of said sublot No. 43 about 14

File No. 5104. feet to a line drawn 10 feet north

By Director Farrell. easterly from and parallel with the Resolved, by the board of control, southwesterly line of said sublots that the director of public utilities Nos. 43 and 44; thence southeast

be and he is hereby authorized and erly along the last described line directed to enter into contract with about 176-59/100 feet to the south- The Republican Structural Iron erly line of said sublot No. 44; Works, lowest and best bidder, for thence easterly along said south- structural steel work for the exerly line about 55 feet to the south- tension of the power plant of the easterly corner of said sublot No. division of light and heat, in a sum 44; thence easterly about 12-92/100 not to exceed one hundred and feet to the southeasterly corner of seventy-five thousand dollars the land conveyed as mentioned in ($175,000.00) in accordance with its said parcel No. 2 aforesaid; thence bid received December 14, 1917. westerly along the southerly line

NATHAN E. COOK, of land conveyed in said second

Secretary. parcel aforesaid, 70-62/100 feet to the southerly corner of the land conveyed in said second parcel aforesaid; thence northwesterly along the southwesterly line of the land conveyed in said second parcel aforesaid about 405 feet to a line extended southerly through the center line of sublot No. 17 in said subdivision aforesaid: thence northeasterly along said extended line which passes through the center of said sublot No. 17, about 15-76/100 feet to a line drawn 716, feet southwesterly from and parallel with the northeasterly line of said block “A” aforementioned; thence northeasterly along said line 716 feet southwesterly from and parallel with the northeasterly line of said block “A” about 28468/100 feet to the northwesteriy end of said block A;" thence northeasterly about 7-67/100 feet to the place of beginning.

That the commissioner of purchases and supplies be and he is hereby authorized and directed to expend an amount not to exceed one thousand dollars ($1,000.00) out of a fund known as the street

* Bids for deposit of moneys under control of the sinking fund commission opened at eleven o'clock a. m. December 7th, 1917.

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adjourned, subject to the call of the secretary.

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$62,000.00 American Writing Paper Co., 5's.

$50,000.00 Canadian Pacific R. R. Co., special investment fund notes.

$50,000.00 Chicago, North Shore and Milwaukee First 5's.

$50,000.00 Eastern Power Light Corp. 5% conv. bonds.

$50,000.00 Great Western Power Co., of Cal., 6's.

$90,000.00 Mahoning & Shenango Railway Light Co. 5's.

$60,000.00 Midvale Steel and Ordnance Co. 5's.

$50,000.00 Northern States Power Co., 6% gold notes.

Yours very truly, (Signed) R. S. CRAWFORD,

Treasurer.” On motion by Mr. Thompson, seconded by Mr. Neal, the assistant secretary is hereby authorized and instructed to release the above specified securities.

Roll call.
Yeas. Neal, Thompson.
Nays. None.
Motion carried.

There being no further matters of business presented for the consideration of the commission, on motion duly seconded the meeting adjourned, subject to the call of the secretary.

CIVIL SERVICE NOTICES

Cleveland, Ohio,
Monday, December 10th, 1917.

The members of the sinking fund commission met this day in the office of the commission, 128 city hall, at two o'clock p. m. pursuant to the call of the secretary.

The following members present:

Messrs. Neal, Thompson.
Absent: Mr. Davis.

Mr. Thompson presided at the meeting.

The assistant secretary presented the bids which were received on December 7th, 1917, and which were opened and read in the presence of W. F. Thompson, a member of the commission, and Mr. C. S. Metcalf, deputy director of finance.

On motion by Mr. Neal, seconded by Mr. Thompson, the following resolution was adopted:

Be it resolved, that the proposals received from the banks for the deposit of funds of the commission as read and listed by the assistant secretary be incorporated in and made a part of this record; and,

Be it further resolved, that

The Pearl Street Savings & Trust Company offering a rate of 4.26 per cent per annum interest on the daily balances not exceeding $200,000.00; The Guardian Savings & Trust Company offering a rate of 4.1125 per cent per annum interest on the daily balances; The Cleveland National Bank offering a rate of 4.06 per cent per annum interest on the daily balances; and The Superior Savings & Trust Company offering a rate of 4.05 per cent per annum, interest on the daily balances, being the highest bidders; now, therefore be it

Resolved, that the cash funds in the hands of and under the control of the sinking fund commission for deposit for the period of three years beginning January 1st, 1918, to 'and including the 31st day of December, 1920, be awarded as follows: One-seventh (1/7) of the cash funds not to exceed $200,000.00 to The Pearl Street Savings & Trust Company; two-sevenths (2/7) of the funds to The Guardian Savings & Trust Company; twosevenths (2/7) of the funds to The Cleveland National Bank; and twosevenths (2/7) of the funds to The Superior Savings & Trust Company, in accordance with and under the terms of the proposals of said banks filed with the commission December 7th, 1917.

Roll call.
Yeas. Neal, Thompson.
Nays. None.
Resolution adopted.

There being no further matters of business presented for the consideration of the commission, on motion duly seconded, the meeting

Cleveland, Ohio, Thursday, December 20th, 1917.

The members of the sinking fund commission met this day in the office of the commission, 128 city hall, at two o'clock p. m. pursuant to the call of the secretary.

The following members present:

Messrs. Neal, Thompson.
Absent: Mr. Davis.

Mr. Thompson presided at the meeting.

The secretary presented and read the following letter from the director of finance:

“December 18th, 1917. Hon. Harry L. Davis, President, Sinking Fund Commission,

City. Dead Sir:

The city of Cleveland offers the sinking fund commission $13,144.00 five (5) per cent city of Cleveland street improvement notes for sewering the following streets:

E. 124th st., from Buckeye rd. S. E. to Williams ave. S. E.

E. 125th st., from Buckeye rd. S. E. to Williams ave. S. E.

E. 126th st., from Buckeye rd. S. E. to Williams ave. S. E.

E. 127th st., from Buckeye rd. S. E. to Williams ave. S. E.

E. 128th st., from Buckeye rd. S. E. to Williams ave. S. E.

Said notes to be dated November 1st, 1917, and maturing as follows: $1,673.00, May 1st, 1918; $1.673.00, November 1st, 1918; $1,633.00 May 1st, 1919; $1,633.00, November 1st, 1919; $1,633.00, May 1st, 1920; $1,633.00, November 1st, 1920; $1,633.00, May 1st, 1921; $1,633.00, November 1st, 1921.

Yours very truly, (Signed)

C. J. NEAL

Director of Finance." On motion by Mr. Neal, seconded by Mr. Thompson, the following resolution was adopted:

Resolved, that the foregoing offer of the city of Cleveland of notes as specified in the above letter, be and the same are hereby accepted.

Roll call.
Yeas. Neal, Thompson.
Nays. None.
Resolution adopted.

The secretary presented and read the following letter from The First Trust & Savings Company:

“December 19th, 1917.
Mr. J. H. Morris,
Assistant Secretary,
Sinking Fund Commission,

City of Cleveland, Ohio.
Dear Sir:

Kindly permit us to withdraw from securities which you hold to secure your deposit with this company, the following:

Applications and full information covering the following examinations may now be obtained at the office of the civil service commission, 414 City Hall. Applications should be obtained as soon as possible, and must be filed by applicant in person at that office not later than 12

o'clock noon the seventh day preceding the date of the examination.

Until further notice all examinations will be held at the exa mination room, second floor old Court House

(Public Square).

RODMEN (JR. INSTRUMENTIAN-BI 1)

Civil service examination will be hell at 9:00 a.

m. Thursday, January 3rd, 1918, for positions of rodmen, (Jr. instrumentmen--BI 1) in the division of engineering, Hepartment of public service.

Salary-$720.00-780.00 per annum.

The subjects of the examination will include the following:

1. Written examination consisting practical questions (including mathematics) relating to the duties of a rodman. 2. Training and experience.

DUTIES The duties of incumbents of these positions are to perforin rountine Work

requiring the use of the simpler surveying instruments and mathematical tables,

Examples: Caring for instruments, tape, ete. Running leveling rod, tape, ete. Checking field notes and instruinent readings.

Assisting transition and levelmen. 10

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ENGINEMAN TG 2 Civil service examination will be held at 9:00 a. m., Tuesday, January 13, 1918, for positions of engineman TG 2, (operating engineers in the service of the city ani koard of education.

Salary-Various rates according to character and capacity of plant.

The subjects of the examination will include the following:

Written examination consisting of practical questions relating to the duties of an operating enginecr; and may, in the discretion of the commission, also include an oral examination to be conducted by a committee designated for that puropse.

Experience tending to qualify applicant to perform the duties of the position, verified to the satisfaction of the commission, will be considered and given weight as a subject of the examination.

Qualifications: Each applicant must submit with his application an engineer's license issued by the state of Ohio.

The subjects of the examination will include the following:

(1) Writing:
(2) Spelling:
(3) Arithmetic;

(1) A written examination consisting of practical questions which, in the opinion of the commission, tend to demonstrate applicants' knowledge of the duties of the position, good judgment and general fitness for the position;

(5) An oral examination to be conducted by the members of the commission or by a committee designated for that purpose;

(6) A muscular strength test.

Applications must be filed by applicant in person not later than 12:00 noon, Saturday, December 29th, 1917. CIVIL SERVICE COMMISSION,

Edward A. Kline,

Secretary.

13 1+ 13 10 17 18 19

Hussey, Katherine M., 13500 Casper rd. Bauer, Ellen Elizabeth, 3235 W. 90th

street. Gross, Sarah, 709 E. 126th st. Drake, Howard Edwin, 8008 Wade

Park ave. Stapt, Alvin J., 8707 Detroit ave. Glickman, E. Lillie, 8021 Cedar ave. McQuaid, Mary L., 1175 Elmwood ave. Lipkowitz, Mildred M.. 2526 E, 39th st. Quay, Frances G., 2007 Forestdale ave. McCain, Archie J., 664 E. 94th st. Haber, Anna B., 2335 E, 63rd st. Mudri, Helen G., 10211 Rosehill ave. Williams, Henry J., 1288 W. 108th st.

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CIVIL SERVICE ELIGIBLE LIST

INFORMATION AND

COMPLAINTS Complaints, inquiries or suggestions regarding the work of municipal departments should be made in writing or by telephone to the officials directly in charge or to clerk of council, 316 City Hall. A directory of city officials appears on the inside cover page.

B.,

PATROLMEN Civil service examination will be held at 9:00 a. m, Saturday, January 19, 1918, at the Spencerian Commercial School, corner Euclid ave. and E. 18th st, for positions of patrolmen in the division of police, department of public safety.

Applicants must be not less than 5 ft. 8 in. in ight, must weigh not less than 148 lbs., and must be between the ages of 21 and 32 years, inclusive.

Each applicant will be required to undergo a preliminary physical examination, to be conducted by the medical officer of the division of police, at the Orange ave. municipal bath house, 1611 Orange ave., at a time to be later announced by mail to each applicant. Applicants rejected in the physical examination will be disqualified.

JUNIOR BOOKKEEPERS-C B 1. MI NICIPAL SERVICE AND BOARD

OF EDUCATION
Date of examination- Noveinber 1.7th, 1917

Date listel-December 18th, 1917
No.
Name

Address 1 Speiser, Beverly

10121 Parkgate ave. 2 Pfeil, Anna K., 1244 E. 100th st. 3 Kroeckel, Dorothy H.. 0822 Superior

ave. 4 Suid, Nathan. 7312 Cedar ave. 5 Molitor. Lillian E., 22055 E. 103rd st.

Tate, Mabel M.. 2039 Broadview rd. 7 Krieger, William H., 10046 St. Clair

ave. 8 Quay. Elizabeth D.. 2007 Forestdale

ave.

CALENDAR Friday, December 28~

Meeting of the board of control, room 305, City Hall, 10 a. m. Monday, December 31

Meeting of the board of control, 10 a. m.

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CITY COUNCIL

MONDAY, DEC. 24, 1917

CITY COUNCIL

OFFICIAL PROCEEDINGS

leveland, O., December 24, 1917.
he council met pursuant to re-
=, the president, W. F. Thompson,
he chair.
resent--Messrs.
ker Krueger Stannard
nm

Meyer's Stolte
kerson Michell Sulzmann
rick McGinty Taylor
:lhaber Reynolds Thompson
ning Rolf

Townes n Sledz

Wagner rigan Smith

Zmunt Decek bsent: Mr. Schwartz. he council adjourned to meet nday,

December 24, 1917, at 3 ock p. m.

a. Elolline.

Clerk of Council.

CITY COUNCIL

OFFICIAL PROCEEDINGS

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leveland, O., December 24, 1917.
he regular meeting of the council

called to order, the president,
F. Thompson, in the chair,
resent-Messrs.
ker Meyers Stolte

Michell Sulzmann Kerson McGinty Schwartz rick Reynolds Taylor Ihaber Rolf

Thompson ning Sledz

Townes rigan Smith

Wagner Llecek Stannard Zmunt eger bsent: Mr. Gahn. so present were:

S. FitzGerald, Director of Law. lex Bernstein, Director of Public ice. amar T. Beman, Director of PubWelfare. homas S. Farrell, Director of lic Utilities. Osent:

L. Davis, Mayor. arence J. Neal, Director of ince.

B. Sprosty, Director of Public ty. elder Sanders, Street Railway missioner.

MOTION motion of Mr. Meyers,

the ling of the minutes of the last ting was dispensed with and the nal was approved.

MOTION otion by Mr. Thompson that the ence of Mr. Schwartz from meet

of December 17 is hereby auFized and excused. as 24, nays 0. Ot voting: Messrs. Gahn and vartz.

COMMUNICATIONS le No. 46030.

Cleveland, O., Dec. 18, 1917. che Honorable Council

the City of Cleveland, City Hall. tlemen: ader the terms of section 10, ornce No. 31783-A, I wish to re

port an emergency purchase ters and figures used in this sign
amounting to more than $1,000.00 as shall not be less than two (2) inches
follows:

square in size."
Requisition 111-4330 issued by the Amendment agreed to.
garbage collection plant called for • Yeas 15, nays 9.
five

cars of No. 1 timothy hay. Those who voted in the affirmative
Market conditions on all kinds of are: Messrs.
forage are very unsettled at this Becker McGinty Sulzmann
time, but we were able to purchase Damm Reynolds Taylor
these five cars at an exceptionally Faulhaber Rolf

Thompson low price of $26.75 per ton delivered, Kadlecek Sledz

Townes if we would take advantage of the Krueger Sniith

Wagner offer at once. Estimating 12 tons to Those who voted in the negative the car this purchase will amount are: Messrs. to $1,605.00 and we believe it to be Dickerson Meyers Stannard a decided advantage to the city to Dittrick Michell Stolte make the purchase at this time.

Fleming Scliwartz Zmunt Very truly yours,

Not voting: Messrs. Gahn and
EDWARD SHATTUCK,

Horrigan.
Commissioner.

Read second time.
Received and referred to the com- Motion by Mr. Kadlecek to sus-
mittee on finance.

pend the rules was sustained. File No. 46031.

Yeas 23, nays 1.
From C., C., C. & St. L. Ry. Co, ac- Those who voted in the affirmative
cepting terms and conditions of or- are:

Messrs.
dinance No. 45732. (Concrete wall, Becker Michell Stolte
W.
1th st.).

Damm McGinty Sulzmann
Received

Dickerson Reynolds Taylor File No. 46032,

Dittrick Rolf

Thompson From the executive committee of Faulhaber Schwartz Townes Trinity Cathedral accepting terms Fleming Sledz

Wagner and conditions of ordinance No. Kadlecek Smith Zmunt 45887.

Krueger Stannard
Additional steps Euclid aye.

Those who voted in the negative
Received.

are: Mr.
ASSESSMENT REPORTS

Meyers
File No. 46033.

Not voting: Messrs. Gahn and
No. 4824-To grade, drain, curb, Horrigan.
pave with paving brick on concrete Read third time. Passed.
and improve Forest ct. S. E., be- Yeas 20, nays 4.
tween E. 33rd st, and E. 34th st.

Those who voted in the affirmative Amount for property's por

are: Messrs. tion

. $1,852,08 Becker Michell Stannard Amount for city's portion... 233.07 Damm McGinty Sulzmann Received.

Dittrick Reynolds Taylor File No. 46034.

Faulhaber Rolf

Thompson No. 4828-To grade, drain, curb, Fleming Schwartz Townes widen, repave with dressed block Kadlecek Sledz

Wagner stone or wood block on concrete and Krueger Smith improve Superior ave. N. E., be- Those who voted in the negative tween E. 12th st. and east line of are: Messrs. E. 55th st.

Dickerson Stolte Zmunt Amount for property's por

Meyers tion

$ 268,363.43

Not voting: Messrs. Gahn and
Amount for city's portion. 318,790.77 Horrigan.
Received.

Ord No. 45939.
File No. 46035.

An ordinance to change the name
No. 4829-To grade, drain, curb, of Hiawatha ct. N. E. extending
repave with dressed block stone or from E. 105th st. to E. 110th st. to
wood block on concrete and improve Rockhurst ave. N. E.
Euclid ave., between 230 feet west Read third time. Passed.
of Adelbert rd. S. E. to easterly Yeas 24, nays 0.
city limits.
Amount for property's por-

EMERGENCY ORDINANCES tion

.$ 97,988.00 Ord. No. 45907. Amount for city's portion.. 97,988.00 An ordinance to issue bonds in the Received.

sum

of four hundred thousand File No. 46036.

( $ 400,00.00) dollars to pay the cost No. 4830—To grade, drain, curb, and expense of opening, widening, resurface with sheet asphalt and im- extending and improving Carnegie prove Hamilton ave. N E., between ave. 9. E., from E. 89th st. to E. E. 6th st. and E. 9th st.

107th st., and for purchasing or conAmount for property's por

demning any land necessary theretion.

. $1,691.25

for. Amount for city's portion... 1,691.25 Passage recommended by the diReceived,

rector of public service, committee

on streets, finance, director of THIRD READING ORDINANCES finance and director of law, as an Ord. No. 45413-A.

emergency measure.
To regulate the operation of taxi- Read third time,
cags and automobiles kept for hire, Passed as an emergency measure.
and repealing ordinance No. 28289, Yeas 24, nays 0.
passed May 26, 1913.

Ord. No. 46003.
Amendment by Mr. Kadlecek.

An ordinance to transfer the fol-
Insert in the beginning of section lowing:
18 the following sentences:

$600.00 from 30-X-2, land better"Every taxicab and automobile ments, division of parks, boulevards kept for hire occupying a publie and playgrounds, to 28-A-3 for labor stand shall at all times carry on operation, division of street trees. the outside of both front doors a $900.00 from 30-A-3, labor operasign bearing the name of the tion, division of parks, boulevards owner of the vehicle and the city and playgrounds, to 31-A-3 for lalicense number therefor. The let- por operation, division of

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Passage recommended by the di-
rector of public service, committee
on finance, director of finance and
director of law, as an emergency
measure.

Read second time.
Passed as an emergency measure.
Yeas 24, nays 0.
Ord. No. 45905.

To issue bonds in the sum of $66,-
000.00 for purchasing the real estate
for and establishing free public
baths and equipping and furnishing
the same.

Passage recommended by the di-
rector of public service, committee
on parks, finance, director of finance
and director of law, as an emerg-
ency measure.

Read second time.

Motion by Mr. Damm to suspend
the rules was not sustained.

Yeas 16, nays 8.

Those who voted in the affirmative
are: Messrs.
Damm Meyers Sulzmann
Dickerson Michell Taylor
Dittrick Reynolds Townes
Fleming Rolf

Wagner
Kadlecek Stannard Zmunt
Krueger

Those who voted in the negative
are: Messrs.
Becker McGinty Stolte
Faulhaber Sledz

Thompson
Horrigan Smith

Not voting: Messrs. Gahn and
Schwartz.

Read second time.
Ord. No. 45962.

An ordinance to transfer the fol-
lowing:

$250.00 from 34-2 for equipment,
division of engineering and con-
struction, to 29-A-3 for labor (op-
eration), division of night soil.

$150.00 from 34-F for miscellane-
ous services, division of engineering
and construction, to 29-A-3 for la-
bor (operation), division of night
soil.

$ 200.00 from 21-F for miscellane-
ous services, division of public build-
ings, city hall, to 29-B for supplies,
division of night soil.

Passage recommended by the di-
rector of public service, committee
on finance, director of finance and
director of law, as an emergency
measure.

Read second time.
Passed as an emergency measure.
Yeas 24, nays 0.
Ord. No. 963.

An ordinance to transfer the fol-
lowing:

$1,800.00 from 74-E, maintenance
of equipment, to 73-E, maintenance
of equipment.

Passage recommended by the di-
rector of public safety, committee on
finance, director of finance and direc-
tor of law, as an emergency measure.

Read second time.
Passed as an emergency measure.
Yeas 24, nays 0.
Ord. No. 45964.

An ordinance to authorize the di-
rector of public utilities to expend a
sum not to exceed six thousand four
hundred and fifty and 00/100 ($6,-
450.00) dollars for liquid chlorine for
the division of water.
Passage

recommended by the
committee on public works, finance,
director of finance and director of
law, as an emergency measure.

Read second time.
Passed as an emergency measure.
Yeas 24, nays 0.
Ord. No. 46037.
By Mr. Damm.

An ordinance to transfer the fol-
lowing:

$2,200.00 from 51-B to 60-A-3.
$500.00 from 50-Y to 50-A-3.
$400.00 from 50-X to 50-A-4.

Passage recommended by the di-
rector of public welfare, committee

on finance, director of finance and
director of law,

an emergency
measure.

Read first time.
l'assed as an emergency measure.
Yeas 24, nays 0.
Ord, No. 46038.
By Mr, Damm.

An ordinance to transfer the fol-
lowing:

$ 1,300.00 from 36-D-2 to 35-A-3.
$200.00 from 36-D-2 to 35-A-4.
$600.00 from 35-Y-19 to 35-A-3.

Passage recommended by the di-
rector of public service, committee
on finance, director of finance and
director of law, as

an

gency
measure.

Read first time.
Passed as an emergency measure.
Yeas 24, nays 0.
Ord. No. 46039.
By Mr. Damm.

An ordinance to transfer balance
remaining in Central viaduct repair
fund and in the lower W. 3rd st. re-
pair fund to the general bridge bond
fund.

Read first time.

Referred to the director of public
service, committee on finance, direc-
tor of finance and director of law,
as an emergency measure.

Ord. No. 46040.
By Mr. Damm.

An ordinance to transfer balance
remaining in the E. 65th st. fill fund
to the general bridge bond fund.

Read first time,

Referred to the director of public
service, committee of finance, direc-
tor of finance and director of law, as
an emergency measure.

Ord. No. 46041.
By Mr. Dittrick.

An ordinance to amend section 146
of the revised ordinances of 1907 of
the city of Cleveland, as amended
by ordinance No. 44205, passed July
16, 1917. (Police department.)

Read first time.

Referred to the director of public
safety, committee on police, finance,
director of finance and director of
law, as an emergency measure.

Ord. No. 46042.
By Mr. Dittrick.
An ordinance to amend section 149
of the revised ordinances of 1907 of
the city of Cleveland, as amended
by ordinance No. 4261, passed Janu-
ary 10, 1917. (Fire department).

Read first time.

Referred to the director of public
safety, committee on fire, finance,
director of finance and director of
law, as an emergency measure.

Ord. No. 46043.
By Mr. Damm.

An ordinance to transfer the sum
of thirty ($30.00) dollars from 85-A-1
for supervision, division of suplies,
to 84-A-2, for clerk hire, division of
purchases.

Read first time.

Referred to the committee on
finance, director of finance, and di-
rector of

law,

an emergency
measure.

Ord, No. 46044.
By Mr, Dittrick.

An ordinance to authorize the di-
rector of public service to expend a
sum not to exceed twenty-one thou-
sand two hundred and seventeen
dollars and fifty-seven cents ($21,-
217.57) for paying the city's portion
of the cost of paving the section of
West blvd., between Lorain ave, and
Madison ave, N. W.

Read first time.

Referred to the director of public
service, committee on streets,
finance, director of finance and di-
rector of law,

an

emergency
measure.

Ord. No 4604
By Mr. Dittrick.

An ordinance to authorize the di-
rector of public service to expend a

sum not to exceed eighteen thousand
three hundred and eighty-four dol-
lars and fifty-nine cents ($18,384.59)
for paying city's portion of the cost
of paving West blvd., between Lo-
rain ave. and Adelaide ave. S. W.

Read first time.

Referred to the director of public
service, committee on streets,
finance, director of finance, and di-
rector law, as an emergency
measure.

Ord. No. 46046.
By Mr. Rolf.

An ordinance to make aproria-
tions for the ensuing year 1918.

Read first time.

Referred to the committee on ap-
propriations, finance, director of
finance and director of law, as an
emergency measure.

The rules were suspended. Yeas
23, nays 0.

Read second time.
SECOND READING ORDINANCES

Ord. No. 45856-A.

An ordinance granting to the New
York Central Railway Company the
right to construct, maintain and op-
erate a switch track and certain
other structures upon

land
known as the Lakeview park prop-
erty northerly of the railroad com-
pany's main line.

Passage recommended by the
committee on steam railways, city
property, when amended in line 5
after the word “lands" by inserting
the words: "owned by the city of
Cleveland."

In section 5 strike out the words:
"that this grant shall terminate at
the conclusion of the present war
between the United States and Ger-
many and shall in no event extend
and be operative beyond April 1,
1920."

Amended as recommended.
Road second time.

Motion by Mr. Meyers to suspend
the rules was not sustained. Yeas
14, nays 10.

Those who voted in the affirmative
are:

Messrs.
Becker McGinty Sulzmann
Faulhaber Rolf

Taylor
Kadlecek Schvartz Thompson
Krueger Smith

Townes
Meyers Stolte

Those who voted in the negative
are: Messrs.
Damm Michell Stannard
Dickerson Reynolds Wagner
Dittrick Sledz

Zmunt
Fleming

Not voting: Messrs. Gahn and
Horrigan.

Ord. No, 46026.

An ordinance to accept the dedi-
cation of E. 78th st., from Lexington
ave. N. E. to Hough ave. N. E.

Passage recommended by the di-
rector of public service, committee
on stieets and director of law.

Read second time.
Ord. No. 46028.

An ordinance to amend and sup-
plement sections 1 and 6 of ordi-
nance No. 44759-A, passed July 30th,
1917, eliminating the overhang of
roadway about the eight floor of
the warehouse, and granting an
easement for warehouse wall foun-
dation projecting into Central ave.
about six feet; and in section 6
specifying the nature of the bond to
be given and the duration thereof.

Passage recommended by the di-
rector of public service, committee
on streets and director of law.

Read second time.

Motion by Mr. Meyers to suspend
the rules was not sustained. Yeas
12. nays 12.

Those who voted in the affirmative
are: Messrs.
Dittrick McGirty Sulzmann
Faulhaber Rolf

Taylor
Kadlecek Smith Thompson
Krueger Stolte

Townes

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