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pensation for services such treasurer, shall be held as public money belonging to the city of Cleveland and accounted for and paid over as such.

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

And, be it further resolved, that resolution No. 4196, adopted by the board of control on March 1st, .1917, be and the same is hereby rescinded.

File No. 4895.
By Director Farrell.

Resolved, by the board of control, that the director of public utilities be and he is hereby authorized and directed to enter into contract with the John F. Casey Co., lowest and best bidder, for completing the concrete foundations for the one thirty million gallon De Laval centrifugal pump and auxiliaries, in the sum of two thousand three hundred and twenty dollars ( ($2,320.00) in accordance with its bid received August 30, 1917. NATHAN E. COOK,

Secretary.

lic works in the division of streets.

Salary-- $1.200.00 per annum.

This examination is restricted to civil service employees holding positions of inspector of public works, IW-1, (formerly inspector of street openings), in the division of streets.

The subjects of the examination will include the following: (1) A written examination consisting of practical questions relating to the duties of the position; (2) An oral examination to be conducted by a committee of experts designated for that purpose; (3) Experience as an inspector, and seniority and record in the department verified to the satisfaction of the commission will be considered and given a weight as a subject of the examination.

Duties: The incumbent of this position assigns inspectors to the various jobs, and personally supervises their work; decides all questions as to street openings and refills, and issues orders for repaving work when openings are ready for same. CIVIL SERVICE COMMISSION,

Edward A. Kline,

Secretary.

tion, department of public welfare, and will be opened and read in room 305, city hall, immediately thereafter.

Each bid must be made in accordance with the specifications which may be obtained by applying to the department of public welfare, 327 city hall.

No proposals will be entertained unless made on the blanks furnished by the de. partment of public welfare, 327 city hall, and delivered to the office of the commissioner of purchases and supplies, previous to 12:00 o'clock noon, eastern standard time, on the day above specified.

The city reserves the right to reject any or all bids.

September 5, 12, 1917.

PROPOSALS Division of Purchases and Supplies

COAL FOR OUTDOOR RELIEF DEPARTMENT, DIVISION OF CHARITIES

AND CORRECTION, DEPART

MENT OF PUBLIC WELFARE Sealed bids will be received at the office of the commissioner of purchases and supplies, city hall, Cleveland, Ohio, until 12:00 o'clock noon, eastern standard time, September 21st, 1917, for 1,000 tons coal for outdoor relief department, division of charities and correction, department of public welfate, and will be opened and read in room 305 city hall, immediately thereafter.

Each bid must be made in accordance with the specifications which may be obtained by applying to the department of publie welfare, room 327 city hall.

No proposals will be entertained unless made on the blanks furnished by the department of public welfare, 327 city hall, and delivered to the office of the commissioner of purchases and supplies, previous to 12:00 o'clock

noon, eastern standard time, on the day above specified.

The city reserves the right to reject any Ol' all bids,

September 5, 12, 1917,

CIVIL SERVICE NOTICES

Applications and full information covering the following ex. aminations 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 of the seventh day preceding the date of the examination.

Until further notice all examinations will be held at the examination room, second floor old Court House (Public Square).

STRUCTURAL STEEL WORK FOR THE

DIVISION OF LIGHT AND HEAT Sealed proposals will be received at the office of the commissioner of purchases and supplies, city hall, Cleveland, Ohio, until 12:00 o'clock noon, eastern time, September 21, 1917, for structural steel work for the division of light and heat, and will be opened and read in the city council chamber, city hall, immediately thereafter.

Each bid must be made in accordance with the specifications which may be obtained by applying to the office of the division of light and heat.

No proposal will be entertained unless made on the blanks furnished by the division of light and heat and delivered to the office of the commissioner of purchases and supplies, previous to 12:00 o'clock noon, eastern standard time, on the day above specified.

The city reserves the right to reject any or all bids.

September 5, 12, 1917.

PAVING VANHOE ROAD

GRADE ELIMINATION Sealed bids will be received at the office of the commissioner of purchases and supplies, city hall, Cleveland, Ohio, until 12:00 o'clock noon, eastern standard time, Wednesday, September 26, 1917, for paving Ivanhoe rd, grade elimination and will be opened and read in room 305, city hall, immediately thereafter.

Each bid must be made in accordance with the specifications which may be obtained by applying to bridge engineer, 618 city hall.

No proposals will be entertained unless made on the blanks furnished by the bridge engineer and delivered to the office of the commissioner of purchases and supplies, previous to 12:00 o'clock noon, eastern standard time, on the day above specified.

The city reserves the right to reject any or all bids.

September 12, 19, 1917.

SANITARY OFFICER, IH 1 (MALE AND

FEMALE), IN THE DIVISION OF

PUBLIC HEALTH, DEPART

MENT OF PUBLIC WELFARE Civil service examination will be held at 9:00 a, m,. Friday, September 21, 1917, for the position of sanitary officer IH 1, in the division of health, department of public Welfare.

Salary. $1.080 to $1.380 per annum.

The subjects of the examination will embrane the following:

(1) An oral examination to be conducted by a committee designated by the commission:

(2) A written examination consisting of questions relating to the duties of a sanitary officer; 131

Elucation and experience verified to the satisfaction of the commission.

Applicants for this position must be over 23 and uncer 33 years of age. SENIOR INSPECTOR OF PUBLIC

WORKS. IW-2. Division

OF STREETS Civil service promotion examination will be held at a date to be later announced for the position of senior inspector of pub

COAL FOR CITY HOSPITAL DIVISION OF CHARITIES AND CORRECTION, DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC

WELFARE Sealed bids will be received at the office of the commissioner of purchases and supplies, city hall, Cleveland, Ohio, until 12:00 o'clock noon, eastern standard time, September 21st, 1917, for 2.000 tons coal for city hospital, division of charities and correction, department of public welfare, and will be opened and read in room 305, city hall, immediately thereafter.

Each bid must be made in accordance with the specifications which may be obtained by applying to the department of public welfare, 327 city hall.

No proposals will be entertained unless made on the blanks furnished by the department of public welfare, 327 city hall, and delivered to the office of the commissioner of purchases and supplies, previous to 12:00 o'clock noon, eastern standard time, on the day above specified.

The city reserves the right to reject any or all bids,

September 5, 12, 1917.

SEWERS Sealed proposals will be received at the office of the commissioner of purchases and supplies, rcom 219 city hall, until 12:00 o'clock m., September 27th, 1917, and will be opened in the council chamber immediately thereafter, for the construction of sewers in the following named thoroughfares, to-wit:

E. 171st st., from Saranac rd. N. E. to St. Clair ave. N. E.

Searsdale ave. S. W., from Broadview rd. S. W. to 1020 feet westerly.

Each bid must be made in accordance with the plans and specifications which may be obtained at the office of the commissioner of eningeering, room 618 city hall.

No proposal will be entertained unless made on blanks furnished by the commissioner of engineering and delivered at the office of the commissioner of purchases and suppiies, previous to 12:00 o'clock m. on the day specified.

The city reserves the right to reject any or all bids.

September 12, 19, 1917.

ALFALFA FOR INFIRMARY DIVISION OF CHARITIES AND CORRECTION, DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC

WELFARE Sealed bids will be received at the office of the commissioner of purchases and supplies, city hall, Cleveland, Ohio, until 12:00 o'clock noon, eastern standard time. September 21st. 1917. for 150 tons alfalfa for infirmary, division of charities and correc

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CONCRETE FOUNDATIONS FOR THE

DIVISION OF LIGHT AND HEAT Sealedi proposals will be received at the office of the commissioner of purchases anii supplies, city hall, Cleveland, Ohio, until 12:00 o'clock noon, eastern time, September 28th, 1917. for concrete foundation for the division of light and heat and will be opened and read in room 305 city hall, inimediately thereafter.

Each bid must be made in accordance with the specifications which may be obtained by applying to the office of the division of light and heat.

No proposal will be entertained unless made on the blanks furnished by the division of light and heat and delivered to the office of the commissioner of purchases and supplies, previous to 12:00 o'clock

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.

Friday, September 14

Meeting of the board of control,

room 305, City Hall, 10 a. m. Monday, September 17

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

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CITY COUNCIL

MONDAY, SEPT. 10, 1917

CITY COUNCIL

OFFICIAL PROCEEDINGS

Cleveland, O., Sept. 10. 1917. The regular meeting of the council was called to order, the president, W. F. Thompson, in the chair.

Present, Messrs.: Becker Krueger Stannard Damm Meyers Stolte Dickerson Michell Sulzmann Dittrick, McGinty Taylor Faulhaber Reynolds ' nompson. Fleming Rolf

Townes Gahn

Schwartz Wagner Horrigan Sledz

Zmunt.
Kadlecek Smith

Also present were:
H. L. Davis, Mayor.
W. 9. FitzGerald. Director of Law.

Alex Bernstein, Director of Public Service,

Lamar T. Beman, Director of Public Welfare.

Clarence J. Neal, Director of Finance.

Thomas S. Farrell, Director of Public Utilities.

Fielder Sanders, Street Railroad Commissioner.

Absent:

A. B. Sprosty, Director of Public Safety.

MOTION On motion of Mr. Meyers, the reading of the minutes of the last meeting was dispensed with, and the journal was approved.

timore and Ohio Railroad there exist the following crossings at grade:

Belt line street, Denison ave., Jennings rd., W. 14th st., Newburgh ave. and Houston ave., total cost, $950,000.00.

C. C. C. & St. L. RAILROAD Main ave., St. Clair ave., W. 10th st., Superior ave., Columbus rd.. James st., Willey ave., W. 30th st., W'. 41st st., Junction rd., W. 53rd st., W. 61st st and Jasper rd., total cost, $2,650,000.00

ERIE RAILROAD Literary rd., Broadway, E. 37th st., E. 65th st., E. 79th st., Aetna rd., E. 91st st., E. 93rd st., E. 116th st., E. 123rd st, Miles ave. and E. 131st st., total cost, $2,600,000.00, NEW YORK'CENTRAL RAILROAD

Coit rd., Eddy rd., E. 110th st., E. 99th st., E. 96th st., E. 88th st., E. 72nd st., E. 96th st., E. 88th st., E. 72 nd st., E. 70th st., Marquette st., E. 53rd st E. 49th st., E. 40th st., E. 33rd st., E. 26th st., E. 14th st. and W. 117th st., total cost, $3,250,000.00.

N. Y. C. & St. L. RAILROAD E. 93rd st., Frederick ave., E. 89th st., Nevada a ve., Woodland ave., E. 86th st., Buckeye rd., E. 79th st., E. 75th st., Grand ave., Kinsman rd., W. 110th st., W. 111th st., W. 112th st., W. 114th st., W. 116th st. and 1. 117th st., total cost, $1,400.000.00. VEWBURGH & SOUTH SHORE

RAILROAD
Aetna rd. and Clark ave.,

total cost. $500,000.00.

PENNSYLVANIA COMPANY E. 14th st., E. 26th st., E. 33rd st., Bessemer ave. and Aetna rd., total cost, $1,100,000.00. WHEELING & LAKE ERIE RAIL

ROAD Commercial rd.. Broadway, Ackley ave., E. 71st st., E. 72nd st., E. 74th st., E. 75th st., E. 76th st., E. 78th st., E. 80th st., Marble ave., Burke ave., Aetna rd., E. 91st st., E. 93rd st.,

E. 102nd st., Gaylord ave., E. 103rd st and Miles ave., total cost, $3,200,000.00 WHEELING & LAKE ERIE RAIL

ROAD, C. B. & T. DIVISION Belt line st., Denison ave., Jennings rd., W. 56th st., W. 58th st., Ridge ave., total cost, $1,050.000.00.

Total cost of main line crossings, $19,700.000.00.

In addition to the above main line crossings there are spur tracks, side tracks or branch lines, in which the obligation for the city to assume part of the cost is questionable, or the obligation is entirely upon the railroad company. These are estimated to cost as follows: R & O. Railroad.

$ 600.000.00 ( T. & V. railroad.

800,000.00 C. C. C. & St. L. Railroad 500.000.00 Erie Railroad

700,000.00 New York Central Rail: road

1,150,000.00 Pennsylvania Company 2,250,000.00 River Terminal Railroad 200,000.00

COMMUNICATIONS
File No. 45352.

September 8, 1917.
To the Honorable City Council,

Cleveland, Ohio. Gentlemen:

In response to resolution file No. 45179, requesting a report on the advisability and feasibility of utilizing the space on the site of the new convention hall for temporary garage purposes, I beg to inform you that the contract for the excavation of 70 per cent of the entire area has been let and will begin on Monday, September 10th, 1917. While the present contractor who is installing the drainage sewer will require sufficient space for executing his work, additional space will be needed by the excavating contractor and likewise space must be allowed the steel and foundation contractors for the operation of their work. This latter work is expected to begin within a few months.

Considering the conditions that will exist there within the nexe few weeks, it will be seen that every available foot of space will be taken up for the operation and progress of the work. Respectfully submitted,

ALEX BERNSTEIN.

Director of Public Service.
Received.
File No. 45353.

September 8, 1917.
To the Honorable City Council,

Cleveland, Ohio. Gentlemen:

In reference to resolution file No. 42941, requesting, that I report to your honorable body the number, together with the location of the various railroad crossings at grade, and for which there have been no steps taken to eliminate, I beg to advise as follows:

Along the right of way of the Bal

portion of the cost can be taken as 35 per cent of the

total, which amounts to $6,895,000.00.

The city may also find that it is obligated to assume part of the cost of the work herein estimated under the heading of "spur Or branch tracks." The amount of such obligation also cannot well be established at present. Respectfully submitted,

ALEX BERNSTEIN, Director of Public Service. Received and referred to the committee on grade crossings. File No. 45354.

September 10, 1917. To the Honorable City Council,

Cleveland, Ohio. Gentlemen:

In compliance with council resolution No. 44626, in which you ask me to advise you what lands have been purchased for the relocation of streets incidental to the elimination of grade crossings along the New York, Chicago and St. Louis Railway between Fulton rd. and Detroit ave. and in which authority for such purchase has not yet been given by the city council, I beg to state that the following properties have been purchased:

Parcel of land for street between W. 40th st. and W. 41st st.

Two parcels of land for a street between W. 47th st. and W. 48th st.

Four parcels of land for a street between

W. 45th st. and W. 48th st. Respectfully submitted,

ALEX BERNSTEIN.
Director of Public Service.
Received.
File No. 45355.

September 10, 1917.
To the Council of the City of Cleve-

landi, Gentlemen:

I hereby certify to you that the committee of the petitioners for the passage of initiated ordinance No. 45222, have filed with me a request and direction for submission to the vote of the electors of the city of Cleveland the said ordinance.

The ordinance is as follows:
"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 Cleveland, 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 4000-28 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 earliest period allowed by law.'

I am attaching hereto the original communication from the committee of the petitioners.

Yours very truly,

R. E. COLLINS,

Clerk of Council. To the Clerk of the City Council of

Cleveland, Ohio:

The city council, having on Sept. 4th, 1917. rejected an ordinance to provide for the appointment of rapid transit commission, which ordinance was initiated and proposed by the qualified electors of the city of Cleveland, in accordance with

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Total

. $6,200,000.00 From the above report it can be seen that the total number of railroad crossings now existing at the grade of intersecting streets, and not provided for by legislation which the city council has already enacted, is ninety, and estimated to cost $19,700.000.00. The exact proportion which the city must bear in this total amount cannot be definitely established at this time, as in connection with such work the rail. road company has certain obligations under existing franchises. Approximately, however, the city's

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Approved

Yeas 24, nays 0.
THIRD READING ORDINANCES

Ord. No. 45 226.
By Mr. Horrigan.

An ordinance to re-establish the grade of the curb lines of Detroit ave. N. W., from W. 28th st. to W. 29th st., and to repeal an ordinance passed April 30, 1867, and found on page 62 of the council proceedings of 1867.

Read third time, passed.
Yeas 24, navs 0.
Ord. No. 45227.

An ordinance to re-establish the grade of the curb lines of W. 25th st., from Detroit ave. N. W. to Franklin ave. N. W., and to repeal ordinance No. 16449, passed December 13, 1909.

Read third time, passed.
Yeas 24, nays 0.
Ord. No. 45228.

An ordinance to re-establish the grade of the curb lines of Superior ave. N. W., from W, 6th st. to W. 9th st., and to repeal an ordinance passed October 1814, 1859, and found in volume B, page 149 of book of ordinances.

Read third time, passed.
Yeas 24, nay's 0.
Ord. No. 42068.

An ordinance to change the name of Durant ave. N E., and the extension thereof, from E. 123d st. to the easterly end thereof, to Arlington ave, N. E.

Read third time, passed.
Yeas 24, nays 0.

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sections 50 and 52, both inclusive, of the Cleveland City Charter.

The committee of the petitioners hereby requires and directs that the proposed ordinance be submitted in its original form to a vote of the electors of the city of Cleveland and for that purpose and in accordance with sections 56 and 57 of the Cleveland City Charter, the committee hereby certifies that the proposed ordinance is in words and figures as follows:

“AN ORDINANCE to provide for the appointment of a rapid transit commission.

Be it ordained by the people of the city of Cleveland, 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 sections 4000-16 to 4000-28 of the general code of Ohio, and to be known the board of rapid transit commissioners of Cleveland, be appointed by the mayor,

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

And the committee hereby certifies that the said proposed ordinance is to be submitted to a vote of the electors of the city of Cleveland in the manner and at the time, as provided by the Cleveland city charter.

A. A. STEARNS,

1697 E. 115th st. THOMAS S. FARRELL,

11219 Hopkins ave. JOHN R. BENTLY,

1527 E. 118th st. A. E. HYRE,

3882 W. 31st st. N. G. DRY FOOS,

Hollenden Hotel.
Committee of the Petitioners,
Received.

PETITION AND WAIVERS
File No. 45356.

To vacate first alley north of Walworth ave. S. W. and extending from W. 58th st. to W. 59th st.

Received and referred to the clirecto rof public service anal the board of revision of assessments.

PETITION
File No. 45357.

For lights on W. 92nd st., from Lorain ave, to Denison ave. S. W'.

Received and referred to the director of public service.

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village to the city of Cleveland.

Passage recommended by thecommitte eon judiciary and director of law, as an emergency measure.

Read second time.
Passed as an emergency measure.
Yeas 26, nays 0.
Ord. No. 45307.

An ordinance to transfer the following:

$400 from 62-A-3 to 61-F-1.
$200 from 62-A-3 to 62-E-4.
$500 from 63-A-3 to 63-B-10.
$200 from 63-A-3 to 63-E-2.
$200 from 63-A-3 to 63-2-1.
$500 from 65-A-3 to 65-B-6
$200 from 63-A-3 to 66-Z-19.
$50 from 63-A-3 to 66-A-2.
$200 from 63-A-3 to 66-E-7.

Passage recommended by the director of public welfare, committee

charities and correction, finance director of finance, 'director of law, as an emergency measure.

Read second time,
Passed as an emergency measure.
Yeas 26, nays 0.
Ord. No. 45308.

An ordinance to transfer the follownig:

$3,000 from 50-Z to 50-B.
$10,000 from 51-B to 50-B.
$2,000 from 51-A-3 to 50-B.

Passage recommended by the director of public welfare, committee on charities and correction, finance, director of finance, director of law as an emergency measure,

Read second time.
Passed as an emergency measure.
Yeas 26, nays 0.
Ord. No. 45309.

An ordinance to authorize the director of public service to expend a sum not to exceed twenty-six thousand ($26,000.00) dollars for the pav. ing, draining and improving

of Edgewater-Cliff boulevard from Lake Ave. to the westerly line of the Edgewater-Cliff Company's land, and for the driveways adjacent to the triangle owned by the city of Cleveland at the intersection of Edgewater-Cliff blvd. and W. 103rd st.

Passage recommended by the director of public service, committee on finance, director of finance and irector or law as an emergency measure.

Read second time.
Passed as an emergency measure.
Yeas 26, nays 0.
Ord. No. 44971.

An ordinance to issue bonds in the sum of sixty-six thousand dollars for purchasing the real estate for and establishing free public baths and equipping and furnishing the same.

Read third time, not passed.
Yeas 15, nays 11.

Those who voted in the affirmative are, Messrs.: Damm

Krueger. Stannard Dickerson

Allers Sulzmann Dittrick Michell Taylor Fleming Reynolds Townes Gahn

Schwartz Zmunt Those who voted in the negative are, Messrs.: Becker McGinty Stolte Faulhaber Rolf

Thompson Horrigan Sledz

Wagner Kadlecek Smith

Ord. No. 45160.

An ordinance to issue bonds in the sum of ten thousand ($10,000.00) dollars to pay the cost and expense of opening and extending Colgate av. N. W., from W. 65th st. to Lawn ave. N. W., for purchasing or condemning any land necessary therefor, for improving the same, and for securing the more complete enjoyment of the same.

Read third time, not passed.
Yeas 15, nays 11.
Those who voted in the affirma-

EMERGENCY ORDINANCES Ord. No. 44969,

An ordinance to issue bonds in the sum of two hundred fifty thousand dollars to pay the cost and expense of procuring the real estate and right of way and erecting water works for supplying water to the corporation and inhabitants of the city of Cleveland, and extending, enlarging, improving, repairing, equipping, furnishing and securing the more complete enjoyment of the same.

Passage recommended by the committee on finance, director of finance director of law as an emergency measure.

Rend second time.
The rules were suspende,
Yeas 26, nays 0.
Read third time.
Passed as an emergency measure.
Yeas 26, nays 0.
Ord. No. 45158.

An ordinance to transfer three thousand ($3,000.00) dallars from fund 27- F, for miscellaneous services to 27-E, for maintenance of equipment, division of street lighting.

Passage recommended by the director 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 26, nays 0.
Ord. No. 45161.

An ordinance to amend ordinance No. 43622, passed April 9, 1917, and entitled "an ordinance to authorize the paving and improving of ceriain thoroughfares herein named, by contract, and to provide for the expenditures necessary therefor."

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

an emergency measure.

Read secon dtime.
Passed as an emergency measure.
Yeas 26, navs 0.
Ord. No. 45305.

An ordinance to accept the annexation of a portion of East View

REPORT
File No. 45358.

Of the commissioner of accounts for the month of August, 1917.

Received.

ASSESSMENT REPORT File No. 43359.

No. 4805— To grade, rain, curb, pave with paving brick

on concrete and improve Hamlen ave.. S. E., between East blvd. and E. 121st st. Amount for property's portion.

. $15,200.11 Amount for city's portion.. 594.23

Received

DEEDS
File No. 43360.

From The Curtis-Ambler Realty Co. to the city of Cleveland (Durant ave. N. E.) Bearing the approval of the director of law and the committee on city property.

Approved. Yeas 24, nays 0.
File No. 45361.

From The Ambler Realty Co. to the city of Cleveland (Durant ave. N. E.) Bearing the approval of the director of law, and the committee on city property.

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Ord. No. 45229.
An ordinance to change the name
Niessen ct. S.

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

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

Read second time.
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.

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

Read second time.
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.

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

Read second time.
Ord. No. 45348.

An ordinance granting to The Euclid Square Garage Co., its successors cr assigns, the right to construct a bridge over Dodge ct. N. E.

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

Read second time. The rules were suspended. Yeas 26, nays 0.

Read third time. Passed.
Yeas 26, nays 0.
Ord. No. 45351.
By Mr. Rolf.

An ordinance determining to proceed with the improvement and to levy and assess a special tax to pay the cost and expense of constructing a pipe sewer in Hartley rd. N. E., from E. 152nd st, to easterly end, as per estimated assessment No. 2858. (G. R. 10318).

Passage recommended by the committee on taxes and assessments and cuirector of law.

Read second time.

tive are: Messrs. Damm Gahn

Reynolds Dickerson Horrigan Stannard Dittrick Krueger Taylor Faulhaber Meyers

Townes Fleming Michell Zmunt

Those who voted in the negative are: Messrs. Becker Schwartz Sulzmann Kadlecek Sledz

Thompson McGinty Smith

Wagner
Rolf

Stolte
Ord. No. 45362.
By Mr. Damm.

An ordinance to transfer the sum of fifty dollars from 1-B-Supplies, to 2-F, miscellaneous services--explanation-6-Annexation fees.

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

Read first time.

Passed as an emergency measure. Yeas 26, nays 0.

Ord. No. 45363.
By Mr. Damm.

An ordinance to transfer the sum of one hundred and forty-five dollars from 1-B-Supplies to 85-F for annual reports.

Passage recommended by the committee on finance, director of finance director of law, as an emergency measure.

Read first time.
Passed as an emergency measure.
Yeas 26, nay's 0.
Ord. No, 44785-A.
By Mr. Damm.

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 Cuyahoga river.

Introduced as a substitute for ord. No. 44785.

Read first time.

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

Ord. No. 45364.
By Mr. Fleming.

An ordinance to issue bonds in the sum of $40,000 for purchasing the real estate for and establishing free public baths and equipping and furnishing the same.

Read first time.

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

Ord. No. 45365.
By Mr. Dickerson.

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

Read first time.

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

Ord. No. 45366.
By Jr, Damm.

An ordinance to appropriate $107,045 to the division of street repairing and street cleaning.

Passage recommended by the director of public service, director of finance, and director of law, as an emergency measure.

Read first time,

Referred to the committee on appropriations and finance,

an emergency measure.

Ord. No. 45367.
By Mr. Faulhaber.

An ordinance to authorize the payment of claim for damages to property affected by the separation of grade of W. 58th st. and Lorain ave.. and the tracks of The New York, Chicago and St. Louis Railroal Company.

an

Read first time.

Referred to th edirector of public service, committee on claims and accounts, grade crossings, finance, director of finance and director of law as an emergency measure.

Ord. No. 45368.
By Mr. Horrigan.

An ordinance to authorize the director of public utilities to expend a sum not to exceed eighty thousand three hundred one and 50-100 $80,301.50 dollars for the purpose of erecting foundations and the substructure for coal bin, crusher, conveyor End the work appertaining thereto at Division ave, pumping station.

Read first time.

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

Ord. No. 45369.
By Mr. Damm.

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

Read first time.

Referred to th edirector of public safety, committee on appropriations, finance, director of finance and director of law

emergency measure.

Ord. No. 45370.
By Mr. Horrigan.

An ordinance eo release the sum of eighty thousand three hundred one and 50-100 ($80,301.50) dollars from the purpose for which it was authorized to be expended by ordinance No. 42838 and cause the said sum of eighty thousand three hundred one and 50-100 ($80,301.50) dollars to revert to the fund from which it was drawn, namely, water works fund division 101,

Read first time.

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

Ord. No. 45371.
By Mr. Damm.

An ordinance to appropriate thirteen thousand ($13,000.00) dollars from the surplus unappropriated in the division of park refreshments, department of public service for supplies, 110-B.

Read first time.

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

Ord. No. 45382.
By Mr. Damm.

An ordinance to issue bonds in the sum of sixty-six thousand ($66,000.00) dollars for purchasing the real estate for and establishing free public baths and equipping and furnishing the same.

Read first time.

Referred to the director of public service, the committee on parks, finance, director of finance and director of law, as an emergency measure,

EMERGENCY RESOLUTION

ADOPTED
File No. 45203.
Mr. Schwartz.

A resolution declaring the intention of the council of the city of Cleveland to appropriate certain property for the purpose of widening Orange ave. S. E.

Be it resolved by the council of the city of Cleveland: That it is necessary and said council hereby declares its intention to appropriat. for the purpose of widening Orange ave. S. E. the following described parcel of land:

Parcel No. 1 Situated in the city of Cleveland, county of Cuya hoga and state of Ohio, and known as being part of original ten acre lot Nos. 4 and 5, and part of sub-lot No. 23 in the partition of the Horace Perry farm in ten acre lots Nos. 4, 5 and 6 as recorded in volume 26, page 520 of Cuyahoga county common pleas court records, and being all that part of the premises conveyed to Biagio Cuffari by deed recorded in volume 1097, page 356 of Cuya hoga county records, bounded northerly by the present southerly line of Orange ave.. S. E., southerly by a line parallel with and 14 feet distant southerly at right angles from said southerly line of Orange ave. S. E., easterly by the westerly line of E.

15th st. as per the recorded plat of the Andrews & Hoyt subdivision in volume 35, page 186 of Cuya hoga count deed records and westerly by lands now owned by the West Point Land Co.; forming a strip of land extending about 37 feet along said southerly line of

as

SECOND READING ORDINANCES

Ord. No. 44752.

An ordinance to authorize the annexation of territory to the city of Cleveland (original lots Nos. 41 and 42, Warrensville township, village of East View).

Passage recommended by the committee on judiciary and director of law.

Real second time.
Ord. No. 45225.

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

Passage recommended by the director of public service, commietee on streets, city property, director of law. Read second time.

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