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(Telephones-Unless otherwise stated, call Maid 4600

or Central 1 for any of the officials listed below). EXECUTIVE

DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC UTILITIES

Thomas S. Farrell, Director, MAYOR-HARRY L. DAVIS.

Director's Secretary-Harold S. Weidel

228 City Hall. Mayor's Secretary--Nathan E, Cook.

Division of Water

George B. Dusinberre, Commissioner; J. T. MarDEPARTMENT OF LAW

tin, Deputy Commissioner, 211 City Hall.

Division of Light and Heat-
W. S. FitzGerald, Director.

W. E. Davis, Commissioner, 228 City Hall.
Managing Clerk-J. M. Crawford.
Assistants-Wm. B. Woods.

Board of Control-Mayor Davis, President, and Ven Svarc.

Directors FitzGeraid, Bernstein, Beman, Sprosty, James T. Cassidy

Neal and Farrell. Nathan E. Cook, Secretary A. A. Cartwright.

Room 305 City Hall, 304 City Hall, Assistant Prosecutors-James L. Lind.

Civil Service Commission-Ralph W. Edwards, L Herman E. Kohen.

A. Deutsch and Benedict Crowell, Commissioners
Edward Stanton

E. A. Kline, Secretary, 414 City Hall.
E. J. Russick,

Fred A. Irvine.
Central Police Station

Sinking Fund Commission-Muyor Davis, Presi.
Main 1330
Central 4021

dent; Clarence J. Neal, Secretary, and President
of City Council Thompson. J. H. Morris, Asst

Secretary, 128 City Hall.
DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC SERVICE
Alex Bernsteln, Director.

Board of Revision of Assessments-Mayor Davis, Director's Secretary-Floyd E

Waite, 314 City

President; Clarence J. Neal, Secretary; Directors Hall.

FitzGerald and Bernstein, and President of City Division of Streets

Council Thompson, 305 City Hall,
John G. Tomson, Commissioner, 124 City Hall.
Street Lighting, Albert Moritz. Supt., 112 City
Hall. Sidewalks, 617 City Hall. Street Signs

City Architect-F. H Betz, 604 City Hall.
and House Numbers, Fred P. Troyan, Supt., 617
City Hall.

CITY STREET RAILROAD COMMISSIONERDivision of Parks and Public Grounds

Fielder Sanders, 830 Leader-News Bldg., Main 6271 Lyman 0. Newell, Commissioner, 436 City Hall.

Central 348.
H. C. Hyatt, City Forester, 435 City Hall. Chas.
Kibler, Supt. of Markets, Weights and Measures.
Central and West Side Markets. Cemeteries, 435

LEGISLATIVE
City Hall,

CITY COUNCIL
Division of Recreation-
J. F. Potts, Commissioner, Room 435.

President-William F. Thompson.
Division of Engineering and Construction

Ward Name

Addresy Robert Hoffman, Commissioner, 618 City Hall.

1 Alva R Dittrick..

.8700 Lorain AV 2 Charles V. Dickerson

.5834 Storer Ave

3 DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WELFARE

Sampel B. Michell,

7915 Madison Ave. N. W Frank J. Faulhaber.

2185 West 67th St Lamar T. Beman, Director.

5 John P. Becker...

3308 Fulton Rd Director's Secretary-Philmore J. Haber, 327 City

6 Clayton C. Townes.

.3800 West 33rd St Hall.

7 Jerry R. Zmunt.

2172 West 14th St

8 Division of Health,

W. J. Horrigan.

4607 Franklin Ave Dr. Robert H. Bishop, Jr., Commissioner.

9 J. J. McGinty.

2741 Commercial Rd Dr. Martin Friedrich, Medical Expert

10 John W. Reynolds.

1760 East 27th St 117 City Hall.

11 Thomas W. Fleming

2171 East 30th St Division of Employment

12 Benjamin H. Schwartz.

25 44 East 50th Si Charles F. Arndt, Commissioner, 109 City Hall.

13 Charles A. Kadlecek.

.5314 McBride Ave Bureau of Immigration

14 Jos. F. Sledz..

3593 East 650h Su John Prucha, Chief, 103 City Hall

15 Wm. F. Thompson

9213 Miles Ave Bureau of Outdoor Relief-106 City Hall.

16
R. S. Taylor..

9308 Kinsman Rd William A. Kenney, Supt.

19 Wm. L Wagner.

5816 Woodland Ave. Parole officer

Harry C. Gahn.

.4912 Cedar Ave A. E. Maska, 327 City Hall.

19 Wm. Stolte.

10813 Fairchild Ave City Chemist

20 Charles B. Stannard

1679 East 82nd St W. White, 609 City Hall.

21 John Sulzmann

1338 East 81st St 22 Edward A. Movers.

1739 East 70th St 23 Adam J Damm.

1046 East 74th St DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC SAFETY--

E H. Krueger.

899 Parkwood Dr A. B. Sprosty, Director.

25 I E Smith

1376 East 112th St

26 Division of Police

William Roll.

15322 St. Clair Ave W. S. Rowe, Chief, Central Police Station, Main

Clerk--R. E. Collins, 316 City Hall.
26, Central 542. Secretary of Police Department.
W. W. Norris, Room 330 City Hall.
Division of Fire

JUDICIAI
George A. Wallace, Chief, 328 City Hall. Fire
Prevention Bureau, Thomas F. Connell, Chief

MUNICIPAL COURT
Warden, Room 328 ty Hall. Secretary of the
Fire Department, Room 330 City Hall.

Civil Brancb
Division of Buildings-

Chief Justice-William H. McGannon E. W. Cunningham, Commissioner, 605 City Hall,

Judges-Geo P. Baer, William L. Hemmings, Commissioner of Di.

Daniel B. Cull, vision of Smoke, 330 City Hall.

Wm. B. Beebe,
Frank C. Phillips,

Samuel H. Silbert,
DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE-

Samuel E. Kramer
Clarence J. Neal, Director.

Pierre A. White.
226 City Hall.

Bailiit C'has. L Selzer.
Division of Accounts--

City Hall Main 4600, Central I
C. S. Metcalf, Commissioner, 226 City Hall
Division of Treasury-

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

Judges- ym. C. Keough,
Division of Assessments and Licenses-

David Moylan. L. C. Cukr, Commissioner. 226 City Hall.

Central Police Station. Main 1330, Central 4071 Division of Purchases and SuppliesEdward Shattuck, Commissioner, 219 City Hall

Clerk--Peter J. Henry.

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The City Record Published weekly under authority of The Charter of the City of Cleveland Subscription (by Mail)-50 cents a year

Address all communications to

R. E. COLLINS, Clerk of Council, 316 City Hall

Entered as second-class matter February 18, 1914, at the post-office at Cleveland, Ohio, under the Act of March 3, 1879.

BOARD OF CONTROL

The regular session of the board of control was called to order by Director Bernstein at 10:00 a. m. Friday, September 7, 1917.

Present: Directors Bernstein, Neal, Beman and Farrell.

Absent: Mayor Davis and Directors FitzGerald and Sprosty.

The minutes of the previous session were approved as presented and on motion of the acting president the following resolutions were approved.

RESOLUTIONS
File No. 4874.
By Director Bernstein.

Resolved, by the board of control, that contract No. 11773, with The Cleveland Trinidad Paving Company, amounting to approximately $26,200.00, covering the re-surfacing of Clifton rd. N. W., from Lake ave. N. W. to east line of W. 110th st., be and the same is hereby approved.

File No. 4875.
By Director Bernstein.

Resolved, by the board of control, that contract No. 11772, with The Cleveland Trinidad Paving Company, amounting to approximately $14,000.00, covering the grading, draining and paving of Clifton rd. N. W., from W. 110th st. to W. 112th st., and from W. 115th st. to the center line of W. 117th st., be and the same is hereby approved.

File No. 4876.
By Director Bernstein.

Resolved by the board of control, that contract No. 11774, with The River Construction Company, amounting to approximately $8,000.00, covering the construction of a sewer in E. 119th st., from Coltman rd. S. E. to Mayfield rd. S. E., be and the same is hereby ap

proved.

File No. 4877.
By Director Bernstein.

Resolved, by the board of control, that contract No. 11770, with Roehl Brothers, amounting to approximately $9,700.00, covering the grading, draining and paving of University rd. S. W., from the east line of W. 10th st. to W. 14th st., be and the same is hereby approved.

File No. 4878.
By Director Bernstein.

Resolved, by the board of control, that contract No. 11771, with A. M. Pejsa Paving Company, amounting to approximately $8,000.00, covering the grading, draining and paving of Harris ave. S. E., from E. 90th st. to E. 93rd st., be and the same is hereby approved.

File No. 4879.
By Director Bernstein.

Resolved, by the board of control, that subsidiary No. 786, with The William McDowell & Son Company, making certain additions to and amending contract No. 11625, in the sum of $234.90, covering the grading, draining and improving E. 108th st., from Harvard ave. S. E. to Miles ave. S. E., be and the same is hereby approved.

File No. 4880.
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. 794, with F. A. Skeel, making certain additions to and amending contract No. 11470, in the sum of $128.85, covering the erection and completion of the comfort station at the corner of Fulton rd. and Denison ave.

File No. 4881.
By Director Farrell.

Resolved, by the board of control, that contract No. 11769 with the Pennsylvania Salt Mfg. Co. for chloride of lime for the division of water in the sum of forty-one hundred and twenty-five dollars ($4,125.00) be and the same is hereby approved. File No. 4882. By Director Farrell.

Resolved, by the board of control, that all bids for steam pipe and fittings for the power plant extension for the division of light and heat, be and the same are hereby rejected. NATHAN E. COOK,

Secretary.

The regular meeting of the board of control was called to order by Mayor Davis at 10:00 a. m., Monday, September 10, 1917.

Present: Mayor Davis, Directors FitzGerald, Bernstein, Beman, Sprosty and Neal.

Absent: Director Farrell.

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

File No. 4883.
By Director Bernstein.

Resolved, that the director of public service be and he is hereby authorized and directed to enter into contract with the Hanna Estate Company, the lowest and best bidder, August 31st, 1917, for the construction of a sewer in W. 23rd st., from Kenneth ave. S. W. to the old city limits, in accordance with its bid for the same, approximately $436.00.

File No. 4884.
By Director Bernstein.

Resolved, by the board of control, that contract No. 11776, with The Walter P. Gibbons Contracting Company, amounting to approximately $75,000.00, covering the construction of a sewer in W. 117th st. from Berea rd. N. W. to Lorain ave., be and the same is hereby approved.

File No. 4885.
By Director Bernstein.

Resolved, by the board of control, that subsidiary agreement No. 792, with Roehl Brothers, making certain additions to and amending contract No. 11690, in the sum of $145.00, covering the paving of Poe ave. S. W., from W. 32nd st. to W. 39th st., be and the same is hereby approved.

File No. 4886.
By Director Bernstein.

Resolved, by the board of control, hat contract No. 11775, with R. P. Burnett, amounting to approximately $164,000.00, covering the grading, draining and paving of St. Clair ave. N. E., from E. 55th st. to 50 feet east of E. 82nd st., be and the same is hereby approved.

File No. 4887.
By Director Bernstein.

Resolved, by the board of control, that the commissioner of nurchases and supplies be and he is hereby authorized and directed to purchase the following described real estate from the owner, Noah S. Good,

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needed for opening and widening Cleveland Fireproof Construction E. 117th st. and being described as Company, amounting to approxifollows:

mately $78,986.00, covering the Parcel No. 1

construction of three cottage ward Beginning at the intersection of buildings and school building at a line 30 feet southerly at right Warrensville sanatorium, Warrensangles from the northerly line of ville, Ohio, be and the same is said original lot No. 363 with the hereby approved. westerly line of E. 117th st. pro- File No. 4889. duced northerly in a direct line as By Director Beman. said E. 117th st. was established Resolved, by the board of control, in L. M. Southern's Victoria Park that contract No. 11767, with The subdivision and recorded in volume Electric Construction & Sales Co., 31, page 21 of Cuyahoga county amounting to approximately $1,record of maps; thence southerly 250.00, covering the erection and along said production northerly of completion of the electrical equipsaid westerly line of E. 117th st. ment for the school building and to the northwesterly corner of E. three cottage ward buildings at 117th st. as dedicated by plat re- Warrensville sanatorium, Warrenscorded in volume 50, page 34 of ville, Ohio, be and the same is Cuyahoga county record of maps; hereby approved. thence easterly along the northerly File No. 4890. line of said E. 117th st. as recorded By Director Beman. in volume 50, page 34 of Cuyahoga Resolved, by the board of control, county record of maps 68 feet to that contract No. 11765, with the northeasterly corner thereof; Warden & Leese, amounting to apthence northerly parallel with the proximately $9,135.00, covering the first described line to a point 30 erection and completion of the feet southerly at right angles from plumbing equipment for the school the northerly line of said original building and three cottage ward lot No. 363; thence westerly 68 buildings at Warrensville feet to the place of beginning. torium, Warrensville, Ohio, be and Parcel No. 2

the same is hereby approved. Beginning at the northeasterly File No. 4891. corner of said original lot No. 363; By Director Beman. thence westerly along the northerly Resolved, by the board of control, line of said original lot No. 363 to 'that contract No. 11766, with the northeasterly corner of a par- Warden & Leese, amounting to apcel of land dedicated by L. M. proximately $5,269.00, covering the Southern as a part of Sellers ave. erection and completion of the N. E. by plat recorded in volume heating equipment for the school 50, page 34 of Cuyahoga county building and three cottage ward record of maps; thence southerly buildings at Warrensville sanaalong the easterly line of land torium, Warrensville, Ohio, be and dedicated as aforesaid by L. M. the same is hereby approved. Southern 30 feet to the southeast- File No. 4892. erly corner thereof; thence easterly By Director Neal. to the southeasterly corner there- Resolved, by the board of control, of; thence easterly parallel with that in accordance with section 189 the first described line to the east- of the charter and the classification erly line of original lot No. 363; adopted by the civil service comthence northerly along said east- mission, the numbers. salaries, erly line of original lot No. 363, 30 bonds and positions in the departfeet to the place of beginning. ment of finance, division of ac

That the commissioner of pur- counts, be and the same is hereby chases and supplies be and he is fixed as follows: hereby authorized and directed to Yo, and Title expend an amount not to exceed the sum of one thousand dollars ($1.000.00) out of the bond fund ordinance No. 43491-A and pay the same to the owner, Noah S. Good, upon delivery to the city of Cleve

ACCTS. land of a good and sufficient war

AND CHIEF BOOKPR.....C-B-3 ranty deed certificate of title showing said premises to be free

..C-C4 2,000.00 and clear of all incumbrances whatsoever excent the taxes and assessments for the year 1917 and thereafter and to the satisfaction

1,350.00 of the director of law. File No. 4888.

JUNIOR BOOKKEEPER

.....C-B-1

Bond. $1.000.00.
By Director Beman.
Resolved, by the board of control,

Rond. $1,000.00. that contract No. 11763, with The

Bond, $1,000.00.

CLERK ..

C-C-2 1,100.00
Bond, $1.000.00.
SENIOR CLERK

C-C-3 1,200.00 Bond, $1.000.00. 1 JUNIOR BOOKKEEPER .....C.B1 1,100.00

Bond. $1,000.00.
JUNIOR BOOKKEEPER .....C-B-1 1,000.00

Bond. $1,000.00.
Junior Clerk

C-C-1 720.00
LEGAL ASSISTANT

0-L-1 1,500.00 Be it further resolved, that resolution No. 4628, adopted by the board of control on June 15th, 1917, be and the same is hereby rescinded;

And, be it further resolved, that this resolution shall be in force from and after its passage.

File No. 4893.
By Director Neal.

Resolved, by the board of control, that in accordance with section 189 of the charter and the classification adopted by the civil service commission, the numbers, salaries, bonds and positions in the department of finance, general administration, clerical service, be amended to read as follows: Position

Class-Grade Per Innum 1 STENOGRAPHER

C-S-2 $900.00 Be it further resolved, that resolution No. 1333, adopted by the board of control January 4th, 1915, be and the same is hereby rescinded;

And, be it further resolved, that this resolution shall be in force. from and after its passage.

File No. 4894.
By Director Neal.

Resolved, by the board of control, that in accordance with section 189 of the charter and the classification adopted by the civil service commission, the numbers, salaries, bonds and positions in the department of finance, division of treasury, be and the same is hereby fixed as follows: No. and Ttile

(lass and Salary Per

Grade Annum
SUPERVISION A-1
City treasurer. C-R-4

$3,000.00 Bond $100.000 00.

CLERK HIRE A-2
SENIOR CASHIER C-R-3

2.000.00
Bond, $20,000.00
SENIOR CASHIER, C-R-3..

1,900.00 Bond, $20.000.00. Paymaster, C-R-2

1,500.00 Bord. $20,000.00. 1 CASHIER, C-R-2

1.500.00 Bond. $5.000.00. 1 Paymaster, (-R-2

1,350.00 Bond. $15,000.00 CLERK C-C-2

1,200.00 Bond. $5.000.00. 1 BOOKKEEPER, (-B-2

1,200.00 Bond. $1.000.00. 1 CLERK, C-C-2

1,200.00 Bond, $1,000.00. 1 CASHIER, C-R-2

... 1.200.00 Bond. $1.000.00. Be it further resolved, that the salary herein fixed for the city treasury shall be in full for all services rendered to the city, the board of education or the various pension funds of which he is treasurer, and all fees, costs, percentages, penalties, allowance, and other perquisites allowed by any public authority or collected or received, pursuant to law, as com

of Position

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Class and Salary of Position

Gra de l'er annum SUPERVISION 1-1 1 Commissioner of accounts.... Exempt $3,000.00

Bond $10.000.00. 1 DEPU MMISSIONER OF ACCOUNTS

C.C. 2,500.00 Bond $3.000.00, 1 DEP. COMM. OF

2,100.00 Bond, $2.000.00,

('LERK HIRE 1-2 1 Chief Clerk

Bond. 9 000.00 2 BOOKKEEPERS

C-B-2 1.500.00 Bond $1.000.00. 1 BOOKKEEPER.

C-B-2 1.350.00 Bond. $1.000.00. 1 JUNIOR BOOKKEEPER C.B.

Bond. $1.000 00. 1

1.250.00

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SENIOR CLERKS

C.C.3

1,350.00

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CLERK

C.C.2

1,150.00

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