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cation of Parkview ave. S. E., from E. 102nd st. to the west line of F. & C. Pekoc's subdivision.

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

Read second time.
Ord. No. 45232.

An ordinance to accept the dedication of Schiller ave. S. W., from Pearl rd. S. W. to W. 35th st.

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

Read second time.
Ord. No. 45234.

An ordinance to accept the dedication of E. 102nd st., 'from Union ave, S. E. to the southerly line of the Gleim subdivision.

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

Read second time.
Ord. No. 45417.

An ordinance granting the Steel Products Co., its successors and as signs, the right to lay two two-inch wrought iron pipes across E. 65th st., the right to install a forty-two inch diameter by five feet long steel tank under the sidewalk of E. 65th st.; also the right to construct a six-inch steam line and a four-inch hot water return line across E. 65th st.

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

Read second time.
Ord. No. 45435.

An ordinance to issue bonds in the sum of fifteen thousand dollars, for purchasing and condemning the necessary land for public playgrounds and for improving the same, and for improving or completing the improvement of any existing public playgrounds.

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

emergency measure.

Ord. No. 45469.

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

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

Read second time.
Ord. No, 45474.

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

Passage recommended by the director of public service, committee on_streets, director of law.

Read second time.
Ord. No. 45475.

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

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

Read second time,
Ord. No. 45477,

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

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

Read second time.

enjoyment of the same, and for procuring the real estate necessary therefor.

Be it resolved by the council of the city of Cleveland, state of Ohio, two-thirds of all members elected or appointed thereto concurring: That it is necessary to issue and sell bonds of the city of Cleveland for the purpose of erecting hospitals and extending, enlarging, improve ing, repairing, equipping, furnishing and securing the more complete enjoyment of the same, and for procuring the real estate necessary therefor, in an amount in excess of two and one-half per cent (212%) of the total of all property in the city of Cleveland, as listed and assessed for taxation, to-wit: in the sum of one million dollars ($1,000,000.00) and that the question of issuing and selling bonds of said city, in excess of two and one-half per cent (212%) as aforesaid, in the sum aforesaid, be submitted to vote of the qualified electors of the city of Cleveland, at the general election to be held on the 6th day of November, 1917, at the regular place or places of voting in said city, as established by the board of deputy state supervisors and inspector's of elections of Cuya hoga county, Ohio, between the hours of 5:30 a. m. and 5:30 p. m., central standard time; that said election shall be conducted and certified in the manner provided by law; that the question whether such bonds shall be issued shall be in the form following: "Shall the bonds of the city of Cleveland be issued in the sum of one million dollars ( $1,000,000.00) for the purpose of erecting hospitals and extending, enlarging, improving, repairing, equipping, furnishing and securing the more complete enjoyment of the same, and for procuring the real estate necessary therefor," and those who vote in favor of the proposition shall have written or printed on their ballots the word: "For the issue of bonds," and those who vote against the same shall have written or printed on their ballots: "Against the issue of bonds."

That the mayor be and he is hereby directed to give public notice of the time and places of holding said election in the manner provided by law, and that the clerk of the council be and he is hereby directed to certify a copy of this resolution to the board of deputy state supervisors and inspectors of elections of Cuyahoga county, Ohio.

And, whereas, the adoption of the resolution constitutes an emergency in that it provides for the immediate preservation public property, health and public safety, and for the usual daily operation of a municipal department;

Now, therefore, be it further resolved, that this resolution is hereby declared to be an emergency and shall take effect and be in force from and after its approval by the mayor.

Read third time, adopted as an emergency measure.

Yeas 26, navs 0.
Ord. No. 45205.

A resolution submitting to vote a bond issue in the sum of $500,000 for park and boulevard purposes.

Motion by Mr. Stolte to re-refer to the committee on finance was SUStained.

Yeas 14, navs 11.

Those who voted in the affirmative are: Messrs. Becker Reynolds Stolte Faulhaber Rolf

Sulzmann Horrigan Schwartz Thompson Kadlecek Sledz

Wagner McGirty Smith Those who voted in the negative

are: Messrs. Damm Gahn

Stannard
Dickerson Krueger

Taylor
Dittrick Meyers Zmunt
Fleming Michell
Not voting-Mr. Townes.

DECLARATORY
File No. 45409.
Mr. Taylor.

To grade, drain, curb, pave and improve Hamlen ave. S. E., from East blvd. to E. 121st st.

Read third time, adopted.
Yeas 25, nays 0.
GENE AL RES LUTIONS

ADOPTED
File No. 45404.
By Mr. Reynolds.

Resolved, that the Cleveland Railway Company be and the same is hereby authorized to purchase a parcel of land for a suitable car barn site on W. 117th st., between Detroit ave, and Bellaire rd. at an estimated cost not to exceed $22,500.00.

Be it further resolved that when said land has been purchased the cost of same not to exceed $22,500.00 be deemed a capital charge as provided by the provisions of amended ordinance No. 16238-A.

Adoption recommended by the committee on street railways.

Adopted.
File No. 45461.
Mr. Damm.

Resolved, that the clerk of council be instructed to print the final report of the continuous audit for 1916 in full in the City Record. Adoption recommended

by

the committee on finance.

Adopted.
File No. 45500.
By Mr. Reynolds.

Whereas, the board of directors of the Cleveland Railway Company have authorized the sale of a parcel of its real estate consisting of 233.25 feet of land on W. 30th st., 165 ft. in depth for the sum of $5,831.25, cash, and

Whereas, the city street railroad commissioner has approved said sale

Now, therefore, be it resolved by the council of the city of Cleveland, that the Cleveland Railway Company be and is hereby empowered to effect said sale and the same is hereby approvd.

Adoption recommended by the committee on street railways.

Adopted. SECOND READING RESOLUTIONS

File No. 45460.

A resolution to issue bonds in the sum of one hundred thousand ($100,000.00) dollars to extend the time of payment of certain indebtedness.

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

Read second time.'
File No. 45 462.
Mr. Thompson,

Resolution declaring the necessity of issuing bonds of the city of Cleveland in excess of an aggregate of 2 12% of the total value of all property in the city of Cleveland, as listed and assessed for taxation, for the purpose of paying the city's portion for constructing sewers and for procuring the real estate necessary therefore.

Be it resolved by the council of the city of Cleveland, state of Ohio, two-thirds of all members elected or appointed thereto concurring: That it is necessary to issue and sell bonds of the city of Cleveland for the purpose of paying the city's portion for constructing sewers, and for procuring the real estate necessary therefor, in an amount in excess of two and one-half per cent (2 42%)

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THIRD READING RESOLUTIONS

File No. 44993. Mr. Rolf. Resolution declaring the necessity of issuing bonds of the city of Cleveland in excess of an aggregate of 2142% of the total value of all property in the city of Cleveland, as listed and assessed for taxation, for the purpose

of erecting hospi als and extending, enlarging, improving, repairing, equipping, furnishing and securing the more complete

of the total of all property in the city of Cleveland, as listed and assessed for taxation, to-wit: In the sum of three million dollars ($3,000,000.00) and that the question of issuing and selling said bonds of said city, in excess of two and onehalf per cent (2 1/2 %) as aforesaid, in the sum aforesaid, be submitted to a vote of the qualified electors of the city of Cleveland, at the general election to be held on the 6th day of November, 1917, at the regular place or places of voting in said city, as established by the board of deputy state supervisors and inspectors of elections of Cuya hoga county, Ohio, between the hours of 5:30 a. m. and 5:30 p.

m., central standard time; that said election shall be conducted and certified in the manner provided by law; that the question whether such bonds shall be issued shall be in the form following: "Shall the bonds of the city of Cleveland be issued in the sum of three million dollars ($3,000,000.00) for the purpose of paying the city's portion for constructing sewers, and

for procuring the real estate necessary therefor," and those who vote in favor of the proposition shall have written or printed on their ballots the words: "For the issue of bonds," and those who vote against the same shall have written or printed on their ballots: "Against the issue of bonds."

That the mayor be and he is hereby directed to give public notice of the time and places of holding said election in the manner provided by law, and that the clerk of the council be and he is hereby directed to certify a copy of this resolution to the board of deputy state supervisors and inspectors of elections of Cuya hoga county, Ohio.

And, whereas, the adoption of the resolution constitutes an emergency in that it provides for the immediate preservation of public property, health and public safety, and for the usual daily operation of a municipal department.

Now, therefore, be it further resolved, that this resolution is hereby declared to be an emergency and shall take effect and be in force from and after its approval by the mayor.

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

Read second time.

The rules were suspended. Yeas 24, nays 0.

Read third time.
Passed as an emergency measure.
Yeas 24, nays 0.

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that the city plan commission be requested to have a study made of the territory without the limits of the city of Cleveland, which study will lay out proposed main thoroughfares, and

Be it further resolved: that the city plan commission have the results of its siudy so assembled or printed that they may be available to persons who are laying out allotments outside of the city of Cleveland with the view that these persons will plan their allotments so as to make provision for the proposed main thoroughfares recommended by the city plan commission.

Adopted.
File No. 45502.
By Mr. Thompson.

Whereas, the city of Cleveland has just added to its eastern boundaries, between Buckeye rd. and Miles ave., a portion of East View village and a portion of Warrensville township, and

Whereas, these annexations serve to emphasize an already existing need for fire service in the district east of E. 93rd st., and between Buckeye rd. and Miles aver and

Whereas, the territory referred to herein cover's about

nine

square miles and includes such rapidly growing sections as Corlett village, formerly and Newburgh city, formerly, now, therefore

Be it resolved by the council of the city of Cleveland: that the director of public safety be requested to advise the council the amount of money necessary to make provision for the giving of the section herein described adequate fire protection.

Adopted.
File No. 45503.
By Mr. Rolf.

Whereas, in the extreme easterly limits of the city

of Cleveland, (formerly Nottingham) there is no police station, now, therefore

Be it resolved by the council of the city of Cleveland, state of Ohio: that the director of public safety be and he is hereby requested to report to council on the feasibility and advisability of erecting a police station in the extreme easterly limits of the city of Cleveland, formerly Nottingham.

Adopted.
File No. 45504,
By Mr. Krueger.

Resolved, that the health department eliminate the large, stagnant pool in Dugway brook valley, opposite Gooding ave., by requiring the property owners to drain said pool.

Adopted.
File No. 45505.
By Mr. McGinty.

Whereas, the earth being removed from the site of the public hall, in the process of the excavation being made there, is now being dumped immediately north of the tracks of The Lake Shore Railroad Company on the site of the new Union passenger station; and

Whereas, it seems that when the work of building this station is begun the aforesaid earth now being dumped at the site thereof must be again removed; and

Whereas, the city of Cleveland has received certain rights under the Fleming bill, passed at the last session of the general assembly, now, therefore

Be it resolved by the council of the city of Cleveland: that the director of public service be requested to advise the council why the provisions of the Fleming bill are not being used so that the earth from the public hall site could be used to make land along the lake front instead of being dumped on the site of the new union passenger station

from which it must later be removed

when the construction work of the passenger station is begun.

Adopted.
File No. 45506.
By Mr. Stolte.

Whereas, in Wade Park there is a monkey-house without monkeys, and Whereas,

a monkey-house without monkeys serves no useful purpose and in its existence constitutes an eye sore to the beauty of the park; now, therefore,

Be it resolved by the council of the city of Cleveland, state of Ohio: that the director of public service be requested to cause the removal of the abandoned monkey-house in Wade Park.

Adopted.
File No. 45507.
By Mr. Rolf.

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 report to council the estimated cost of widening E. 1520 st. four feet on each side, between St. Clair ave. N. E, and East Cleveland village.

Adopted.
File No. 45508.
By Mr. Stolte.

Resolved, that the director of public service be requested to repair the paving on Cedar rd., between Murray Hill rd. and Overlook rd.

Adopted.
File No. 45509.
By Mr. Stolte,

Resolved, that the director of public service be requested to place an additional arc_light on E. 120th st., E. 121st st., E. 123rd st., E. 124th st, and E. 126th st., off of Mayfield rd.

Adopted.
File No. 45510.
By Mr. Stolte,

Resolved, that the director of public service be requested to remove the gas lamp on Wilbur ave., east of E. 102nd st. to the corner of E. 102nd st. and Wilbur ave.

Adopted.
File No. 45511.
By Mr. Stolte.

Resolved, that the director of public service be requested to place an are light on Wain ct., between E. 103rd st. and E. 105th st.

Adopted.
File No. 45512.
By Mr. Stolte.

Resolved, that the director of public service be requested to place an are light on E. 119th st., between Euclid ave, and Mayfield rd.

Adopted.
File No. 45513.
By Mr. Stolte.

Resolved, that the director of public service be and he is hereby requested to place an arc light on Ford dr. at alley between Bellflower rd. N. E. and Magnolia dr.

Adopted.
File No. 45514.
By Mr. Zmunt.

Resolved, that the director of public service be requested to install new arc light on W. 15th st., between Rowley and Clark ave.

Adopted.
File No. 45515. ?
By Mr. Becker.

Resolved, that the director of public service be and he is hereby requested to place an arc light in the first alley south of Clark ave., running east from W. 43rd st. to properly light said alley.

Adopted.
File No. 45516.
By Mr. Krueger.

Resolved, that the director of public service be requested to place an arc light on Earle ave. N.' E., between E. 105th. st. and Parkwood dr.

Adopted.

DECLARATORY
File No. 45463.
Mr. Stolte.

To grade, drain, curb, pave_and improve Hessler rd. N. E., from Bell. flower rd. N. E. to 259 feet southerly.

Adoption recommended by the committee on streets, taxes and assessments,

Read second time.

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NEW RESOLUTIONS ADOPTED
File No. 45501.
By Mr. Thompson.

Whereas, the city is constantly adding to its territory by annexation those portions of adjoining villages and townships that are developing to meet the growth of this community; and

Whereas, it is desirable that there should be some general plan for main thoroughfares in the territory adjoining the limits of Cleveland, which the city will surely annex in the years to come; now, therefore,

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

service, the committee on finance, director of finance and director of law.

DECLARATORY

File No. 45523.
Mr. Thompson.

To grade, drain, curb, pave and improve Beachwood ave. S. E., from 135 feet west of E. 124th st. to E. 131st st.

Read first time.
Referred

to the

committee on streets, taxes and assessments.

File No. 45517.
By Mr. Zmunt.

hereas, a great many complaints have been made to the effect that the Erie railroad company allows its gates at its Literary rd. crossing to be down at times when there are no trains passing, and

Whereby traffic is unnecessarily held up, and foot passengers are obliged to either pass around or under the crossing gates.

Now, therefore, be it resolved, that the director of public service be requested to take such steps as may be necessary to compel the Eri Railroad Company to keep its crossing at literary rd, open to traffic. Adoptea. GENERAL RESOLUTIONS

REFERRED
File No. 45518.
Mr. Stolte.

Resolved, that the Cleveland Railway Company be requested to repair the car tracks on Euclid ave., between Ford dr. and E. 118th st.

Referred to the committee on street railways.

File No. 45519. Mr. Reynolds. Whereas, the franchise of the Cleveland Railway Co. on Hayden ave. in East Cleveland has expired; and

Whereas, the city of Cleveland, the Cleveland Railway Co. and the city of East Cleveland have been unable to agree upon the terms upon which a renewal should be granted and accepted and as a result through service on Hayden ave, has been discontinued; and

Whereas, the residents along Hayden ave.,

through their Improvement Association and the

East Cleveland council, have petitioned the Cleveland Railway Company to restore through service temporarily pending negotiations, such service to be revocable at

will of either party, a copy of which request, the same being ordinance No. city of East Cleveland is hereto attached marked exhibit "A" and made a part hereof; and

Whereas, the Cleveland Railway Co. is willing to accede to such request;

Now, therefore, be it resolved by the council of the city of Cleveland, that the Cleveland Railway Co. be and the same is by authorized to install and maintain service on Hayden ave. as prescribed in said ordinance until further order.

Referred to the committee on street railways. FIRST READING RESOLUTIONS File No. 45520. By Mr. Damm.

Whereas, the sum of one hundred and fifty dollars ($150.00) has been deposited with Louise Dewald, supervisor of cemeteries, by Jane W. Abeel for the purpose of creating a permanent trust fund, the interest thereof to be used for the perpetual care of the northwest one-half of lot 40, section 13, in Woodland cemetery, and known as the Horace Wilkins lot.

Whereas, the said sum of one hundred and fifty dollars ($150.00) is now in the hands of the supervisor of cemeteries; 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 directed to place said sum of one hundred and fifty dollars ($150.00) to the credit of a fund to be called the “Horace Wilkins trust fund" and that semiannually, upon

settlement of the city depositories with the city of Cleveland for the interest due said city of Cleveland upon its average

daily balances in such depositaries, the director of finance be and he is hereby directed to place to the credit of the "Horace Wilkins trust fund" an amount equal to the interest upon one hundred and fifty dollars (150.00) for the time such money has remained in the city treasury and acquired interest, as being a part of the city balances at a rate of interest which shall be equal to the average of the rates paid to the city by such depositaries; and that such amount of interest or so much thereof as may be necessary, shall be used from time to time for the perpetual care of the northwest onehalf of lot 40, section 1, in Woodland cemetery

Read first time.

Referred to the director of public service, committee on finance, director of finance and director of law.

File No. 45521.
Mr. Dittrick,

Whereas, the council is satisfied that there is good cause for vacating the portion of W. 90th st. as hereinafter described and that it will not be detrimental to the general interest of the public and that such vacation ought to be made; now, therefore, be it

Resolved, by the council of the city of Cleveland, state of Ohio: That it hereby declares its intention to vacate the portion of W. 90th st. which is bounded on the north by the southerly right-of-way line of the N. Y., C. & St. L. R. R., and bounded on the south by a line parallel with and distant 166.71 feet northerly of the northerly line of Madison ave. N. W.; that the mayor be and he is hereby authorized to serve notice of the adoption of this resolution upon all persons whose property abuts upon the portion of said W. 90th st. affected by this vacation.

Referred to the director of public service, the committee on streets, city property and the director of law

File No. 45522.
Mr. Thompson.

Whereas, under the terms of a certain deed from the Cranwood Estates Company and the Standard Land Company to the city of Cleveland, dated on the 9th day of October, 1915, and as recorded in volume 1698, page 512, it is provided, that the city of Cleveland shall pay the cost of grading the land conveyed for park and boulevard

purposes, and laying sidewalks thereon, and that said grading and other improvements shall be completed before and during the year of 1917.

Whereas, the Cranwood Estates Company desires to have a portion of said boulevard graded and cindered and some of the sidewalks laid at once; and are willing to advance money for the cost of said grading. cindering and sidewalks.

Whereas, the city of Cleveland has at present no funds appropriated for paying the cost of said grading. cindering and sidewalks; now, therefore, be it

Resolved, that it is the sense of this council that the cost of grading, cindering and laying of sidewalks on a portion of East blvd. in the Cranwood Park allotment, shall be reimbursed to the said Cranwood Estates Company

as

soon as the city of Cleveland shall have provided the necessary

funds to pay said cost; the said sum to be paid by the city of Cleveland not to exceed fifteen hundred ($1,500.00) dollars, and shall be determined in accordance with the bills rendered for the doing of said work, and approved by the director of public service.

Read first time.
Referred to the director of public

SIDEWALKS
File No. 455 24.
Mr. Townes.
To lay, relay, repair sidewalks on
Henninger rd. S. W., from Pearl rd.
S. W. to first angle west of W. 24th
st. at various places. Present width.

File No. 45525.
Mr. Townes.

To lay, relay, repair sidewalks on Gifford ave. S. W., from W. 45th st. to W. 49th st. at various places. Five feet.

File No. 455 26. Mr. Dickerson, To ay, reay, repair sidewalks on W. 900h st., from Almira ave. S. W. to 200 feet southerly, at various places. Present width.

File No. 455 27.
Mr. Stannard.

To lay, relay, repair sidewalks on Colgate ave. N. W. at house No. 6514, 6712, 6800.

The above resolutions read first time. Referred to the committee

on sidewalks.

File No. 45528.
Mr, Stannard.

Resolved, that the sidewalks on E. 57th st., at house Nos. 3625, 3641 and 3643, be laid, relaid and repaired with stone or cement to the full width of present width to the established grade.

On E. 57th st. at Nos. 3625, 3641, 3643.

And that the mayor be directed to cause legal notice to be served upon the owners of property abutting on said sidewalks, or their agent or agents, of the adoption of this resolution and if said sidewalks within fifteen days from the service of said notice are not constructed а tax will be levied to pay for the same and the director of public service is directed to have the same done at the expense of said property owners.

Read first time. The rules were suspended. Yeas 24, nays 0.

Read second and third time and adopted. Yeas 24, nays 0.

RESOLUTION

File No. 45529.
By Mr. Schwartz.

Whereas, Mr. Leo Weidenthal has for the past ten years been a rep. resentative of the Plain Dealer in the city hall; and

Whereas, during that time he has shown unusual enthusiasm and devotion towards material development of Cleveland through its governmental activities and towards every civic movement intended to better and beautify the city; and

Whereas, the council has learned that Mr. Weidenthal is about to leave his present work and to take editorial charge of The Jewish Independent; now, therefore,

Be it resolved by the council of the city of Cleveland: That in the name of the city of Cleveland we express our appreciation of his spiendid services rendered to the city and that we extend to him our best wishes in his new work.

Adopted by a rising vote.

The council adjourned to meet Monday, October 1, 1917, at 7 o'clock p. m.

REGylline

Clerk of Council.

ADOPTED RESOLUTIONS AND

ORDINANCES

LAID ON THE TABLE
File No. 45204.

A resolution declaring the intention of the council of the city of Cleveland to appropriate certain described property for the purpose of widening E. 15th st.

Laid on the table.
Ord. No. 45439.
By Mr. Rolf.

An ordinance to authorize the director of public service to expend a sum not to exceed five hundred and seventeen dollars for the construction of a sewer and its appurtenances in Earlwood rd. N. E., between E. 134th st. and Rodman ct. N. E.

Laid on the table.
Ord. No. 45441.
By Mr. Townes.

An ordinance to authorize the director of public service to expend a sum not to exceed four hundred and thirty-six dollars, for the construction of a sewer and its appurtenances in W. 23d st. from Kenneth ave. S. W. to the old city limits.

Laid on the table.
Ord. No. 45442.
By Mr. Rolf.

An ordinance to authorize the director of public service to expend a sum not to exceed eight hundred and fifty-four dollars for the construction of a sewer and its appurtenances in Rugby rd. N. E. from E. 134th st. to Rodman ct. N. E.

Laid on the table.

File No. 45196.
Mr. Reynolds.

Resolved, that the Cleveland Railway Company be and the same is hereby authorized to enter into contract with the Westinghouse Electric Manufacturing Co. for one 1500 K. W. 60 cycle 514 R. P. M. 14 pole, six phase compound wound, inter pole rotary converter, including three 550 K. V. A. shell type, air blast, single phase, 60 cycle transformers, 11,000 V. primary winding, provided with four 2 12% voltage adjustment taps and the secondary circuits suitable for diametrical sixphase connections, and provided with 13 and 23's voltage starting taps.

Rotary to be equipped with end play D. C. speed limiting device, equalizer switch on panel fastened to converter frame, shunt field break up switch mounted on converter, etc.; and

Be it further resolved, that when said converter has been received and installed at the Harvard ave, substation, the actual cost of same not to exceed $17,000.00 shall be deemed a capital charge as provided by amended ordinance No. 16238-A. Adopted September 4, 1917.

W. F. THOMPSON,

President of the Council. R. E. COLLINS,

Clerk of Council. Approved by the mayor September 12, 1917.

File No. 45190.

Resolved, that the director of public service be and he is hereby requested to place the necessary arc lights on E. 176th st., south of St. Clair ave. N. E., to properly light said street. Adopted August 27, 1917.

W. F. THOMPSON,

President of the Council. R. E COLLINS,

Clerk of Council. Approved by the mayor August 29, 1917.

File No. 45176.
By Mr. Meyers.

Whereas, all legislation has been passed and the contract has been let for the repaving of E. 65th st., between Hough ave., and Euclid ave., and

Whereas, many requests have been made to the department of public service to expedite the repaving of this street; now, therefore

Be it resolved by th council of the city of Cleveland: That the mayor be requested to report to council what are the prospects for the immediate beginning of work in the repaving of E. 65th

st.,

between Hough ave. and Euclid ave. Adopted August 27, 1917.

W. F. THOMPSON,

President of the Council. R. E. COLLINS,

Clerk of Council. Returned by the mayor September 12, 1917, without approval or objection,

File No. 45194.
Mr. Michell.

Resolved, that the Cleveland Railway Company be and it is hereby authorized and directed to change the car stop at the northwest corner of W. 58th st. and Detroit ave. to the northeast corner of W. 58th st. and Detroit ave. Arlopted September 4, 1917.

W. F. THOMPSON,

President of the Council. R. E. COLLINS,

Clerk of Council. Approved by the mayor September 12, 1917,

FIRST READING ORDINANCES
Ord. No. 45530,
By Mr. Kadlecek.

An ordinance to amend ordinance No. 44820 of the revised ordinances of the city of Cleveland, passed July 9th, 1917, defining the inner fire district of the city of Cleveland,

Read first time.

Referred to the director of public safety, committee on building code and director of law.

Ord. No. 45531.
By Mr. Dittrick.

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

Read first time,

Referred to the director of public safety, committee on building code and director of law.

Ord. No. 45532.
By Mr. Taylor.

An ordinance vacating a part of E. 82nd st.

Read first time.

Referred to the director of public service, committee on streets, city property, board of revision and director of law.

Ord. No. 45533.
By Mr. Townes.

An ordinance to name the alley lying between W. 38th st. and W. 39th st. and extending from Peoria ct. S. W. to Fostoria ct. S. W.W. 39th pl.

Read first time.

Referred to the director of public service, committee on streets and director of law.

Ord. No. 45534. By Mr. Townes. An ordinance to change the name of Akron ave. S. W. extending from W. 23rd st. to W. 24th st. to Henninger rd. S. W.

Read first time.

Referred to the director of public service, committee on streets

and director of law.

Ord. No. 45535. By Mr. Stolte. An ordinance to change the name of E. 122nd pl, extending from Mt. Overlook ave.

S. E. to Woodland ave. S. E. to E. 121st st.

Read first time.

Referred to the director of public service, committee streets and director of law,

File No. 45197.
Mr. Reynolds.

Resolved, that the Cleveland Railway Company be and the same is hereby authorized to enter into contract with The Cleveland Trolley Supply Company for 1,475 conductor's stools complete ready to attach to fare box stand as shown on The Cleveland Railway Company's drawing No. 2815; and

Be it further resolved. that when said stools are received and placed in service, the actual cost of same not to exceed $8,500.00 be deemed a capital charge as provided in amended ordinance No. 16238-A. Adopted September 4. 1917.

W. F. THOMPSON,

President of the Council. R. E. COLLINS,

Clerk of Council. Approved by the mayor September 12, 1917.

File No. 45198.
Mr. Reynolds.

Resolved, that the Cleveland Railway Company be and the same is hereby authorized to enter into contract with the Wm. Wharton Jr. & Co, for the purchase of special work to be used at the corner of Euclid ave, and E. 105th st.; and

Be it further resolved, that when said special work has been received and installed the cost of same not to exceed $8,856.30 to be distributed between capital and M. D. & Ras provided in amended ordinance No. 16238-A. Adopted September 4, 1917.

W. F. THOMPSON,

President of the Council. R. E. COLLINS,

Clerk of Council. Approved by the mayor September 12, 1917,

File No. 45195.
Mr. Reynolds.

Resolved, that the Cleveland Railway Company be and the same is hereby authorized to enter into contract with the Mercury Manufacturing Co. for the purchase of one Mercury tractor, 109-V equipped with 40-A-6 Edison cells; and

Be it further resolved, that when said tractor has been received the cost of same not to exceed $2,190.00, be deemed a capital charge as provided in amended ordinance No. 16238-A. Adopted September 4, 1917.

W. F. THOMPSON,

President of the Council. R. E. COLLINS,

Clerk of Council. Approved by the mayor September 12, 1917,

File No. 45312.
By Mr. Reynolds,

Resolved, that, whereas, the operation of the extension in W. 35th st., requires the installation of a Wye at the old city limits near Cypress ave.. and

Whereas, The Cleveland Railway Company is desirous of purchasing a parcel of land about 41.8 feet front on W. 35th st., formerly State rd, for such purpose,

on

Now, therefore be it resolved that the Cleveland Railway Company be and the same is hereby authorized to purchase the said parcel of land for the purpose above set forth and that the actual cost of same not to exceed $1,600.00, be deemed a capital charge as provided by the provisions of amended ordinance No. 16238-A. Adopted September 4, 1917.

W. F. THOMPSON,

President of the Council. R. E. COLLINS,

Clerk of Council. Approved by the mayor September 12, 1917.

Orange ave. S. E. and being 14 feet wide.

Sec. 2. That due notice, according to law, of the adoption of this resolution be served upon all owners and persons in possession of or having an interest

of

record in the above described premises.

Sec. 3 That the mayor of the city of Cleveland be and he is hereby authorized and directed to appoint some suitable person to serve said notices and make return of said service in the manner provided by law. That this resolution shall be in force and effect on and after its adoption and approval by the mayor. Adopted September 10, 1917.

W. F. THOMPSON,

President of the Council. R. E. COLLINS,

Clerk of Council. Approved by the mayor September 20, 1917.

File No. 45313.
By Mr. Sulzmann.
Whereas, the president

of the United States has appealed to the people for the conservation of iron and steel, for use for war purposes, and

Waereas, the city, at this time, is fin ling difficulty in disposing of bonds for the public hall at a reasonable rate of interest; and

Whereas, it appears that the city will be unable to build a public hall, as planned, out of the sum of money authorized for its construction; and

Whereas, traffic on the down town streets is daily becoming more congested and the problem of parking automobiles is a most serious one, now, therefore

Be it resolved by the council of the city of Cleveland, state of Ohio: that the director of public service be requested to investigate the feasibility and economy of temporarily delaying construction of the public hall and using the site for an auto storage yard upon the same terms as the city of Cleveland now operates an auto storage yard on other mall property. Adopted September 4, 1917.

W. F. THOMPSON,

President of the Council. R. E. COLLINS,

Clerk of Council. Approved by the mayor September 12, 1917.

That it hereby declares its intention to

vacate the following described part of said E. 82nd st.:

All that part of E. 82nd st. bounded and described as follows:

Beginning at the intersection of the easterly line of said E. 82nd st. with the southerly line of an 11 foot alley, said point of beginning being distant southerly, measured along said easterly line, 136 feet from the southerly line of Holton ave. S. E.; thence south 0° 25'00" west along said easterly line of E. 82nd st. 194.58 feet to the northerly line of a proposed street; thence south 83° 01 10" west along the northerly line of said proposed street 6.49 feet to the easterly end of a turnout between said northerly line and the present westerly line of E. 82nd st.; thence along said turnout on a curved line deflecting to the left 72.08 feet, said curved line having a radius of 50 feet and the chord of whose arc bears south 41° 43'00" west 66.00 feet to a point in said westerly line of E. 82nd st.; thence north 0° 25' 00" east along said westerly line of E. 82nd st. 245.40 feet to a point distant southerly, measured along said westerly line 136 feet from the southerly line of Holton ave. S. E.; thence south 89° 07' 10" east 50 feet to the place of beginning. 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. 45385.
By Hr. Kadlecek.

Whereas, it is desirable that main routes be designated for the use of motor trucks to the end that, except in cases of necessity, motor trucks shall be required to use these main routes and not to use residence streets; now, therefore,

Be it resolved by the council of the city of Cleveland: that the director of public safety be requested to report to council å plan for designating main routes leading to various sections of the city to be used by motor trucks to the exclusion of the use of residence streets, except in cases where it may be necessary to make deliveries of merchandise upon said residence streets. A lopted September 10, 1917.

W. F. THOMPSON,

President of the Council. R. E. COLLINS,

Clerk of Council. Approved by the mayor September 20, 1917.

File No. 45387.
By Mr. Faulhaber.

Resolved, that the director of public service be requested to revoke permit No. 15151, dated January 9, 1917, issued for ninety days, covering obstructions placed on Junction rd, and Train ave. S. W., by the Masters & Mullen Construction Company and to order the same removed at once, to, eliminate danger to vehicle traffic, which is very dangerous at this point. Adopted September 10, 1917.

W. F. THOMPSON,

President of the Council. R. E. COLLINS,

Clerk of Council, Approved by the mayor September 20, 1917.

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 appropriate 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 Cuyahoga 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 Cuyahoga 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 Cuvahoga county deed records and westerly by lands now owned by the West Point Land Co.; forming a land extending about

37 feet along said southerly line of

File No. 44802.
By Mr. Rolf

Whereas, the council is satisfied that there is good cause for vacating the portion of Ruple rd. N. E., as hereinafter described and that it will not be detrimental to the general interest of the public and that such vacation ought to be made, now therefore, be it

Resolved, by the council of the city of Cleveland, state of Ohio: that it hereby declares its intention to vacate the portion of Ruple rd. N. E. described as follows:

Beginning at a point in the easterly line of original lot No. 42, north 0° 56' 03" east, 196.77 feet from a stone monument at the southeasterly corner of said original lot No. 42; thence north 43° 41' 48" west, 335.79 feet along the southwesterly line of Ruple rd. N. E., as shown on the plat of the Ruple heirs subdivision in vol. 156, page 40 of Cuya hoga county common pleas records, to the southeasterly side line of Mandalay ave. N. E., as shown on the plat of the proposed five points allotment by The R. R. & P. P. Company, thence northeasterly along said southeasterly side line of Mandalay ave, N. E., as proposed, on an arc of a circle deflecting to the right. 60.31 feet, said circle having a radius of 384.30 feet and said are having a cho.d of 60.25 feet in length and bearing north 51° 31' 05" east; thence south 43° 41' 48" east along the northeasterly side line of Ruple rd. N. E., 269.55 feet to the said easterly line of said original lot No. 42, thence south 0° 56' 03" west along said easterly line of said original lot No. 42, 85.40 feet to the place of beginning.

That the mayor be and he is hereby authorized to serve notice of the adoption of this resolution upon all persons whose property abuts upon the portion of said Ruple rd. N. E., affected by this vacation. Adopted September 17. 1917

W. F. THOMPSON,
President of the Council.

File No. 45208.
Mr. Taylor

Whereas, this council has received a petition signed by the owners of all the property abutting upon E. 82nd st. affected by the proposed vacation of a part of said E. 82nd st. hereinafter described, and waiving notice of the passage of the resolution declaring the intention of the council to vacate said part of said E. 82nd st., and of the time and place at which objections can be heard before the board of revision of assessments, and consenting to the vacation as prayed for in said petition; and

Whereas, this council is satisfied that there is good cause for vacating the portion of E. 82rd st. hereinafter described, and that it will not be detrimental to the general interest and ought to be made; now, therefore,

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

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