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PUBLIC ADVERTISING
Netlee of Bale ot nn Oil Pls>« l.lne
Franchise
Office of the City Clerk of ths City
ef Los Angelas, California, July 17th,
1106.
To whom It may concern:
Notice la hereby given that (in appli-
cation has been made to the City Coun-
cil of the City of Los Angeles for a
franchise, granting the right to
construct and lay down, and to main-
tain and operate, an oil pipe line alonir
and under certain publlo streets of the
City of Los Angeles.
And that It Is proposed by SAtd City
Council to offef for sale and grant to
tha highest bidder Bald franchise, on
the terms and conditions hereinafter
mentioned. That said franchise Is de-
scribed as follows, to wit: A franchise
to construct and lay down, and for a
period of twenty-one years to maintain
and operate, an oil pipe line along and
under the streets and portions of
streets In said city, described as fol-
lows:
Commencing at the westerly boundary
of the City of Los Angeles at the inter-
■ section of Vermont avenue and First
street; thence easterly along First
street to Beauiiry avenue; thence north-
erly on Beaudry avenue to Diamond
street; thence easterly on Diamond
street to Flgueroa street; th<>nce north-
erly on Flgueroa street to New Depot
Btrcet: thence along New Depot street
to College street: thence easterly on
College stret to Data street; thence
along Date street to and upon lot 3 of
the Garden of Frank Sablchi, being the
southeast corner of Alhambra avenue
and Date street;
Also, commencing at the Intersection
of College and Adobe streets; thence
northerly on Adobe street to its north
Intersection with Bernardo street;
Also, comenclng at the southeast cor-
ner of Date street and Alhambra ave-
nue; thence easterly along Alhambra
avenue 650 feet;
Also, commencing at tho southeast
corner of Date street and Alhambra
avenue; thence southerly along Data
Street 360 feet.
Also, commencing at a point In
tho northerly end of Lyon street,
said point being about 600 feet
north of the Intersection of ' Lyon
and 'Macy streets; thence south-
erly on Lyon street to Vlgnes street;
thenco southerly on Vlgnes street to
Commercial street; thence westerly on
Commercial street to its intersection
with Amelia street;
Together with the necessary service
connections to deliver oil on the prop-
erty along the abovo described streets
. and portions of streets.
And during said period of twenty-one
years to 1 carry, conduct and transmit
crude petroleum oil through the said
pipe line, together with the right to
construct and maintain all such traps,
manholes, appliances and attachments
as may be necessary for tho purpose of
safely and efficiently operating and
maintaining said pipe line.
That the terms and conditions upon
which said franchise will be offered for
sale and granted are the following:
That the pipe to be laid and main-
tained shall be not more than eight
Inches ln diameter; that the said pipe
shall be regular lapwelded steel line
pipe, shall be of sufficient strength to
withstand a pressure of not less than
1000 pounds per square inch, and shall
be laid with tight Joints, which shall
be made so close as to withstand a
pressure of 1000 pounds to the square
Inch without leaking.
That said pipe line shall be laid at
all points not less than two and one-
half feet below the established grade of
the streeta under which such pipe Is
laid. That all excavations for laying.
moving or repairing said pipe line shall
be done In such manner as not to in-
terfere with the free use of the streets
by tho public, except such temporary
Interference as man be necessarily inci-
dent to the proper prosecution of said
work. That all excavations shall be
made and refilled in strict compliance
with the Ordinances of the said city
which may be in force at the time of
the performance of said work, and that
the grantee of said franchise, or Its
successors and assigns, shall make
such deposits of money with the City
Treasurer as may be from time to time
required from persons making excava-
tions In the streets of said city, for the
purpose of Insuring the restoration of
all streets to a good and perfect condi-
tion along Buch excavations.
That there >shall be traps or
manholes constructed along the line of
said pipe at Intervals of not more than
ten blocks for the purpose of atrordlng
access to said pipe for the cleaning or
maintenance thereof; said traps or
manholes to be so capped and covered
as to be flush with the street and not
to interfere in any way with the use of
said street for travel or traffic; that
said pipe shall never, at any time, bo
subjected to a pressure of more than
five hundred pounds to the square Inch,
and that the City Engineer, or any of
his duly authorized deputies, or the City
Boiler Inspector, shall have the right,
at all times, to inspect the pumping
machinery that may be used for the
purpose of forcing oil through said
pipe, and to measure or ascertain the
pressure to which said pipe Is being
subjected at tho time of such inspec-
tion, and that if, at any tijno, said pipe
shall be subjected to a pressure exceed-
ing five hundred pounds to the square
inch, the franchise herein granted, and
all rights thereunder, shall be forfeited
That ln the event that a
change of grade, the laying of any
sewer, or the making of any other Im-
provements ln any of the streets along
and under which said pipe may be laid,
shall, ln the opinion of the Street Su-
perintendent of said city, render neces-
sary any change In the position of said
pipe, the grantee, or Its successors or
assigns, shall shift or move the same
at its or their own cost and expense, ln
conformity with the Instructions and to
the satisfaction of the said Street Su-
perintendent, and ln case the said
grantee, or Its successors or assigns,
shall fall to comply with the Instruc-
tions given therefor by said official, for
ten days after service of, said Instruc-
tions upon the said grantee, or Its suc-
cessors or assigns, or upon the manager
or agent of said grantee, or Its. suc-
cessors or assigns, In Los Angeles, he,
the said official, may do the work re-
quired in said notice to be done, and
keep an itemized account of the cost
thereof, which said grantee and Its suc-
cessors and assigns, by the acceptance
of this franchise, agrees to pay Imme-
diately upon Its being presented to said
grantee, or Its successors or assigns, or
to such manager or agent ln Los An-
geles.
That the work of constructing
and laying down said pipe line shall
be- commenced ln good faith
within not more than four month*
from the date of the granting of this
franchise, and shall be continuously
prosecuted thereafter ln good faith,
and shall be completed within
not more than three years thereafter;
and that If said work be not so com-
menced, prosecuted and completed with-
in the times and in the manner speci-
fied, this franchise shall be forfeited.
That the said grantee and Its
successors and assigns shall, during the
life of this franchise, pay to the City of
Los Angeles, ln lawful money of the
United States, two per cent of the gross
annual receipts of such grantee and its
successors and assigns, arising from the
user operation or possession of this
franchise. No percentage shall be paid
for the first five years succeeding the
date of thla franchise, but thereafter
such percentage must be payable an-
nually, and this franchise is to be for-
feited by failure to make the pay-
ments provided for. The amount of tho
gross annual receipts of the grantee of
this franchise and its successors and
assigns, arising fn»m its use, operation
or possession, shall be deemed and un-
derstood to be, and shall be, the total
gross earnings collected or received, or
In any manner gained or derived by the
grantee of this franchise, or its suc-
cessors or assigns, from the use of said
fipe line, and from or on account of
he carriage or transmission of oil
through the same. And it shall be the
duty of the grantee of this franchise
and its successors and assigns to file
with the City Clerk of the City of Los
Angeles, within thirty days after the
expiration of Biz years from the data
of the granting of said franchise, and
within thirty days after the expiration
of each and every year, thereafter, a
statement, verified by the oath of the
manager or presiding officer of aald
Krantee, or Ita successors and assigns,
showing the total gross receipts and
gross earnings collected or received, or
in any manner gained or derived by the
said grantee, or Its successors or as-
algna, during the preceding twelve
months from the use of said pipe line,
' and from or on account of the carriage
or transmission of oil through the same.
And within ten days after the time for
' filing the aforesaid statement It shall
be the duty of said grantee, or Its suo-
cessors or assigns, to pay to the City
Treasurer of the City of Los Angeles
the aggregate sum of tha said percent-
age upon the amount of the gross an-
nual receipt* arising from the use, op-
eration or possession Oi this franchise.
determined and computed ln the manner
hereinbefore provided. And any neglect,
PUBLIC ADVERTISING PUBLIC ADVERTISING
Jtittlrt of Sale of Proa+rty for DcMlnqntnt A ****Mit<Mit l.^vlott to P«<r the
Avenue to a Point HH h*r*t Snrthrnnierly From the Most W*«t*rly Coracpr of
Work 11 of the nronklrn Trntt, In the titr ot I.oa \naeli>«.
Notice Is hereby given that, pursuant to the provision of thft Statutes of the
State of California relative to the collection of assessments to pay the expenses
of opening and widening streets within municipalities, I, James Ilanley. Street
Superintendent of th« City of Los Angeles, will on Tuesday, the 22d day of
August, 1905, at 10 o'clock a. m.. In t<Jf> office of the Street Superintendent of the
City of Los Angeles, In the City IlS.ll In said rlty, Bell at public auction for
lawful money of the United States, nil the property described In the following
delinquent list of assessments for the opening and widening of Tehama street
from Brooklyn avenue to a point 88 feet northeasterly from the most westerly
corner of block 1 1 of the Brooklyn Tract, attached to this notice, upon which
property the delinquent assessments described In said list ar<» a lien, together
with the costs and penalties accruing thereon, unless said assessments shall be
paid before said sale, together with the costs and penalties thereon.
:§ fi IS f II
: § OWNER. DESCRIPTION OF ol Qo C S
:| property. jjg >i a 9
l*~^Kb£niSfih^..Vr..^.*7^.\*~^«!»i.ti i'.Ts 1 '.50 m.»
2^%%di«n 10 .^..^. bI . 0 . C . k . E •.. O ??•.. C^ m^ ! l . nKB 8.00 .16 .60 ...5
21— Jane Lynch, ?ot 7, block E, Oeo. Cummlngs
Subdivision ■ 1.60 .08 .60 *.0»
22— Jane Lynch, lot 8. block K, Oeo. Cummlngs
Subdivision ..10.00 .60 .60 11. UU
23— Jane Lynch, lot 10, block E. Oeo. Cummlngs
Subdivision 20,00 1.00 .60 21. 50
SM— Jane Lynch, lot 12, block E, Qeo. Cummings
Subdivision 35.00 1.76 .50 »7.2ft
80— C R. English, lot 14, block B, Oeo. Cummlngs
Subdivision of part of lots 2 and 3, block 60,
Hancock's Survey 60.00 2.60 .60 58.00
SB— Oeo. If. Lockwood, lot 1, block C of a part of
lot 3, block 60, Hancock Survey 50.00 2.60 .50 63.00
36— 0e0. H. Lockwood, lot 2, block 6 of a pnrt of
,« I? 1 8. block 60, Hancock Survey 28.00 1.26 .60 26. 75
Js— Wilson Phclps. lot 23, block 8, Brooklyn Tract.. 30.00 1.60 .60 32.00
69— 8. Duncan, lot 24, block 11, Brooklyn Tract.... 48.00 2.40 .60 60.110
S2~V; H< ? r "-wford, lot 23, block 11. Brooklyn Tract 46.20 2.31 .60 4'J.0l
S2~ M.M .' U 7 IT^rgit, lot 21, block 11, Brooklyn Tract. 41.80 2.09 .60 44. »»
25 — V'zzlp F. Hock, lot 10, block 12. Brooklyn Tract 63.25 3.16 .60 ««.»!
79 — Mrs. Emeline Sprague, lot 13, block 12, Brook-
.. lyn Tract < 61.75 2.68 .60 64.88
84 — Demetlno Oarofols, lot 18, block 12, Brooklvn
„„ ..Tract ."..27.00 1.35 . F>U 15. 85
gg — Hanrinli Oould. lot 20, block 12, Brooklyn Tract 24.1)0 1.25 .60 28. 8D
U~ J t XJ* |P rn Kue. Jot 16, block 13, nrooklyn Tract. 37.75 1.88 .50 40.13
89 — J. W. Sprague, lot 16, block 13, Brooklyn Tract. 83.60 1.67 .50 36.67
. , ,» ,„,. JAMES HANLKY,
g-a-iz lot Street Superintendent.
Notice of Snle of Property for nrllnqiiVnt AsM-ntniont Levied to Pny the
I'.xppnnpN for Opening Mlrnn.l.c Street From Its Present Southern Terminus
to Twenty-uppond Street. In the City of Imh Angeles.
Notice is hereby given that, pursuant to the provision of the Statutes of the
State of California relative to the collection of assessments to pay tho expenses
of opening nnd wldenir.g streets w.'thln municipalities, I. James Hanlcy, Street
Superintendent of the City of Los Angeles, will on Saturday, the 19th day of
August. 1905. at 10 o clock a. m.. ln the office of the Street Superintendent of the
£ y f,,i S^ n ? e.e .K BI Tl r 'i. th , 0 «P lty Hall ln sald clty - sellat public auction for
lawful money of the United States, all the pruperty described ln the following
delinquent list of assessments for the opening of Miranda street from its present
southern terminui, to Twenty-second street, attached to this notice, upon whlcn
v „H *l y the , delln <I l >ent assessments described In said list are a lien, together
1J1: . costs ,?"", Penalties accruing thereon, unless said assessments shall be
paid before said sale, together with tho costs and penalties thereon.
: g OWNER. DESCRIPTION OF §» Go 2 B
; n PROPERTY. So — "
3 — Geo. A. Corbln, south 30 feet of lot 17, Hardln
«-a^. Ct GeorgeVnorth-24-feet-ofVot 187 Hardin^ 00 $4 - E ° $ $95> °°
„ _ T , rnc i 78.00 3.»0 .60 S&.4U
JX~ Orr 4, n Brown, lot 9, Hardin Tract 210.00 10.50 .60 221.00
19 — S. E. Jones, south 12.60 feet of lot 7, McKlnlay
20— S.^. Jones.'noVtyV3.34'feet"o'fVot'B."Mcki'nlay 68 ' 85 2'852 ' 85 ' B<> S °''"'
"-Ma/yM. Mote^lot'^.'b'loikV^UrmstonTrait:: l^:^ 1.15 iso "s'.ll
35— E. F. Henderson, lot 21. block 12, Urmston Tract 50.00 2. 50 !60 63.00
„ , „ In , JAMES HANLEY,
8-j-u lot Street Superintendent.
omission or refusal by said grantee, or
Its successors or assigns, to file said
verified statement, or to pay the said
percentage of tho said gross annual re-
ceipts, at the times and In the manner
hereinbefore provided, shall lpso facto
work a forfeiture of the franchise here-
in granted, and of all rights thereunder,
to the City of Los Angeles.
That a'.iy neglect, failure or
refusal to comply with any of the con-
ditions of this franchise shall there-
upon immediately lpso facto effect a
forfeiture thereof, and the said city, by
Its City Council, may thereupon declare
this franchise forfeited, and may ex-
clude said grantee and its successors
and assigns from further use of the
streets of said city under said franchise,
and said grantee and its successors and
assigns shall thereupon and Immedi-
ately surrender, all rights In and to the
same, and this franchise shall be
deemed and shall remain null, void and
of no effect. Provided, however, that
said grantee, its successors or assigns,
shall have the right to remove said pipe
from said streets, subject to such regu-
lations as the said City Council may
Impose.
That said grantee, or its suc-
cessors or assigns, shall not sell, trans-
fer or assign said franchise, or any of
the rights or privileges granted hereby,
except by a duly executed Instrument
in writing, filed in the office of tho
City Clerk of the City of Los Angeles;
and provided, further, that nothing in
said franchise contained shall be con-
strued to grant to said grantee, or its
successors or assigns, any right to sell,
transfer or assign said franchise, or any
of . the rights or privileges thereby
granted, except ln the manner afore-
said.
That the City of Los Angeles shall
have the right, at the expiration of the
aforesaid period, to purchase the pipe
lines and all properties In any of the
streets hereinbefore mentioned, belong-
ing to the grantee of said franchise, or
his or its successors ln Interest, laid or
constructed under the grant of said
franchise, or used by said grantee or
his or its successors In interest in the
exercise of said franchise, at a fair
valuation, provided that the option to
make such purchase shall be declared
by resolution of the City Council passed
not more than six months prior to the
expiration of said period of twenty-one
years.
The valuation of the property covered
by the aforesaid option or right to pur-
chase shall be determined by a board of
three arbitrators, of whom one shall bo
appointed by the city, one by the said
grantee or his or Its successors in in-
terest, and the third by the two arbi-
trators so appointed. Said arbitrators
shall be appointed within thirty days
after the declaration by the city of its
option to purchase said property. In
case Bald arbitrators fall to make and
file an award within the time herein-
after limited, a new board of three ar-
bitrators shall be appointed In the same
manner as hereinbefore prescribed, to
determine the valuation of said prop-
erty. The board of arbitrators shall
immediately upon the appointment of
Its members enter upon the discharge
of its duties. Any vacancy In the board
of arbitrators shall be filled by the
party who made the original appoint-
ment to the vacant place. The award
of the arbitrators must ba made and
filed with the City Clerk of said city
within three months after their ap-
pointment, and a majority of the arbi-
trators who agree thereto may make
such award.
The amount of the valuation of said
property determined by the arbitrators
as hereinbefore provided shall be paid
by the city to said grantee, or his or
its successors or assigns, ln lawful
money of the United States, upon the ex-
piration of the aforesaid period of
twenty-one years, or. if the award of
the arbitrators shall not have been
made and filed at least two months be-
fore the expiration of said period of
twenty-one years, then within two
months after the filing of said award.
Upon the making of said payment the
title and right of possession of all said
property shall pass to the City of Los
Angeles.
That any neglect, failure or refusal
to comply with any of the conditions of
said franchise shall thereupon Immedi-
ately lpso facto effect a forfeiture
thereof, and the aald city, by its City
Council, may thereupon declare said
franchise forfeited, and may exclude
said grantee, or his or Its successors
and assigns, from further use of the
streets of said city under said franchise,
and said grantee and his or its success-
ors and assigns shall thereupon and Im-
mediately surrender all rights In and to
the same, and Bald franchise shall be
deemed and shall remain null, void and
of no effect. •
Notice Is also hereby given that
sealed bids. In writing, will be received
for said franchise up to eleven o'clock
In the forenoon of the fifth day of
September, 1906; that the bids received
will be opened at that time; that all
bids must be for the payment of a
stated sum ln gold coin or the United
States; and that the franchise will bo
struck off, sold and awarded to the
person, firm or corporation who shall
make the highest cash' bid therefor;
provided, only, that at tha time of
opening said bids any responsible per-
son, firm or corporation, present or
represented, may bid for said franchise
a sum not less than ten per cent above
the highest sealed bid therefor, and
that aald bid so umdo may lie raited
LOS ANGELES HERALD! THURSDAY MORNING, AUGUST 10, 190 J.
not less than ten per cent by any other
responsible bidder, and said bidding
may so continue until finally said fran-
chise shall be struck off, sold and
awarded by said City Council to the
highest bidder therefor in gold coin of
the United States. Each sealed bid must
be accompanied with cash, or a certi-
fied check payable to the City Treas-
urer of the City of Los Angeles, for
the full amount of said bid. and no
sealed bid will be considered unless
said cash or check Is enclosed -there-
with; and the successful bidder must
deposit at least ten per cent of the
amount of his bid? with the City Clerk
before said franchise will be struck off
to him. and if he shall fall to make
such deposit immediately his bid will
not be received, and will be considered
as void, and said franchise will then
and there be again offered for sale to
the bidder who shall make the highest
cash bid therefor, subject to the same
conditions as to deposit as above men-
t pned. Said procedure will be had un-
til said franchise is struck off, sold
and awarded to a bidder who nhall
make the necessary deposit of at least
ten per cent of the amount of his bid.
as herein provided. Said successful
bidder shall deposit with the City Clerk,
within twenty-four hours after fhe ac-
ceptance of his bid, the remaining nine-
ty per cent of the amount thereof, and
ln case he or it fails to do so, then the
said rtrposlt theretofore made will be
forfeited, and the award of «ial'l fran-
chise will be void, and said franchise
will then and there by said C!ty Coun-
cil be again offered for sale to the
highest bidder therefor, ln the same
manner and under the same lostrlc-
tlons as hereinbefore provldsd, and ln
case said bidder falls to deposit with
the City Clerk the remaining nl.icty
per cent of his bid within twenty-four
hours after Ita acceptance, the f.ward
to him of said franchise will be set
aside, and the deposit theretofore made
by him will be forfeited, and no fur-
ther proceedings for the sale of said
franchise will be had until the same
shall be readvertlsed for sale.
Notice Is also hereby- given that the
successful bidder for said franchise
must, within five days after said fran-
chise Is awarded to him or it, tile with
the City Council a bond running to said
city, in the penal sum of five thousand
dollars, with at least two good nnd suf-
ficient sureties, to be approved by said
City Council, conditioned that said bid-
der shall well and truly observe, fulfill
and perform each and every term and
condition of said franchise, and that ln
case of any breach of condition of said
bond the whole amount of the penal
sum therein named shall be taken and
deemed to be liquidated damages, and
shall be recoverable from the principal
and nuretles upon said bond. If said
bond be not so filed, the award of said
franchise will be set aside, and any
money paid therefor will be forfeited.
H. J. LELANDE.
8-2-11 lOt City Clerk.
Notice of Public Work ■ • I
Public notice is hereby given that at I
Its meeting held on Tuesday, the 18th
day of July, A. D. 1905, the City Council
of the City of Los Angeles adopted an
Ordinance, designated as Ordinance No.
11,323 (New Series), declaring its inten-
tion to order the following Improve-
ment to be made, to wit:
Section 1. That It Is the Intention of the
City Council of the City of Los Angeles
to close up, vacate and abandon, for alley
purposes, all that certain
ALLEY
In Kendall's Addition and Subdivision of
Villa Lots, as per map recorded In Book
30, at page 82, Miscellaneous Records of
Los Angeles County, more particularly
described as follows, to wit:
Beginning at the Intersection of the
southerly line of Vernon avenue with the
easterly line of lot 4, of Kendall's Addi-
tion and Subdivision of Villa Lots, as per
map recorded In Hook 30, at page 82, Mis-
cellaneous Records of Los Angeles Coun-
ty; tliei.ee southerly in a dlrec. line to
the southeasterly corner of lot 1, said
Subdivision; thence easterly In a direct
line to the southwesterly corner of lot 6
said Subdivision; thence northerly In a
direct line to tho intersection of the west-
erly line of said lot 6 with the southerly
line of Vernon avenue; thence westerly
ln a direct line to the point of beginning.
Sec. 2. That the exterior boundaries of
the district of land affected by said work
or Improvement are hereby specified and
declared to be as follows, to wit:
Beginning at the intersection of the
southerly line of Vernon avenue with the
easterly line of Bouth Park avenue;
thence easterly along said southerly line
of Vernon avenue to the easterly jfne of
lot 6. Kendall's Addition and Subdivision
of Villa Lots, as hereinbefore mentioned;
thence southerly in a direct line to the
noutheasterly corner of said lot 6; thence
westerly In a direct line to the Intersec-
tion of the southerly line of lot 1, Bald
Subdivision, with the easterly line of
Bouth Park avenue; thence northerly ln
a direct line to the point of beginning.
Reference Is hereby made to said Or-
dinance, on file ln the office of the City
Clerk of said city, for further partlvu-
JAMES HANLEY,
8-7-16 lOt Street Superintendent
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PUBLIC ADVERTISING
JVojle* of Slrrrt Work
PuMle notice I* hereby given that on
Monday, tho 17th day of July, A. I>. 1905,
tho Council of thft City of Los AnrrMr*
did, nt Its mootlnir on Mid tiny, adopt
nn (lrtiln.-inro of Intention, No.
11, SOD (Now Series), to have the follow-
ing work done, to wit:
s'an ma kino btrert
In «ftM city, from the went line of Ver-
mont n vrniio to the west line of that por-
tion of Berendo street lying north of San
Marino street, Including all Intersections
of streets (excepting such portions of
wild titroot nnd Intersections us are re-
quired by law to he. kept In order or re-
pair by any person or company having
railroad tracks thereon, and also except-
ing such portions ns have already been
graded and graveled and .".ceepted), be
f traded and graveled to the oUlclal gride
n accordance with the plans and profile
on (lie In the office of the City Engineer
and specifications for the construction of
? raveled streets, Class A, In the City of
■on Angeles, on file In the office, of the
City Clerk of said city, said specifications
being No. 26 (New Series).
2<l. That a cement curb be constructed
nlong each line of the rondway of said
Ran Marino street, from the west line of
Vermont avenue to the west line of that
portion of Derendo street lying north of
Ban Mnrln> street (excepting along such
portions of the line of said roadway upon
which a cement or granite curb has al-
ready been constructed to the official line
and grade), In accordance with specifica-
tions for constructing cement curbs, on
file In the ofllce of the City Clerk, said
specifications being No. 22 (New Series).
Bd. That a cement sidewalk five (5) feet
In width be constructed nlong each side
of said San Marino street from the west
line of Vermont avenue to a point 160 feet
east of the cast lino of that portion of
Berendo street lying north of Ban Marino
nlrcet (excepting such portlonn of said
Btrect between said points along which a
cement or asphalt sidewalk five (6) feet
In width has been constructed to the
official line and grade), said sidewalk to
be constructed In accordance with specifi-
cations for constructing cement sidewalks
on file In the office of the City Clerk of
said City, said specifications being No. 23
(New Series).
4th. That o cobble-paved gutter be con-
Btructed along each line of the roadway
of snld San Marino street, from the west
line of New Hampshire avenue to the
west line of that portion of Berendo
street lying north of San Marino street;
and a cobble-paved gutter along each
side of San Marino street across JBerendo
street, the center line of tho gutter to be
the produced north and south curb lines
of San Marino street, respectively (ex-
cepting along such portions of the line of
Bald roadway along which a cement or
granite gutter has already been con-
structed to the official line and grade,
nnd also excepting such portions of said
street and Intersections as are required
by law to bo kept In order or repair by
any person or company having railroad
trncks thereon).
Said gutters shall be three and one-half
(3V6) feet In width, excepting at Intersec-
tions of streets, where said gutters shall
be seven (7) feet In width; and said gut-
ters shall be constructed In accordance
with the plans and profile therefor on tile
In the office of tho City Engineer, and In
accordance with specifications for the
construction of cobble-paved gutters on
die in the office of the City Clerk, said
specifications being No. 7 (New Series).
Sec. 2. The Council of snld city
finds, upon estimate of the City Engineer,
that the total cost of said Improvement
will be greater than fifty cents per front
foot along each line of said street. Includ-
ing the cost of Intersections, and It Is
determined. In pursuance of an Act
of the Legislature of the State of
California, approved February 27th, 1893,
as amended by an Act of the Legislature
amending eald last named act, which
amending act became a law March 2d,
1899, that bonds shall be Issued to repre-
sent the cost of said Improvement. Said
bonds shall be serial, extending over a
period of ten years, r.n even proportion of
the principal sum of which shall be pay-
able annually, on the second day of Jan-
uary of each year by coupon, after their
date until the whole are paid, and to
bear Interest at the rato of seven (7) per
Dent per annum, payable seml-annually
an the second days of January and July
Df each and every year.
Reference Is hereby made to said
Ordinance of Intention for further par-
ticulars.
JAMBS HANLEY.
8-7-12 6t Street Superintendent.
Notice of Street Work '
Public notice Is hereby given that on
Monday, the 17th day of July, A. D. 1905,
the Council of the City of Los Angeles
did, at Its meeting on said day, adopt
an Ordinance of Intention, numbered
11,805 (New Series), to have the follow-
ing work done, to wit:
Ist. That
CORDOVA STREET
In said city, from the west line of Bonlta
ivenue to the east curb line of Norman-
ile avenue, including all Intersections of
3treets (excepting such portions of said
3treet and intersections as are required
by law to be kept In order or repair by
iny person or company having railroad
tiacks thereon, and also excepting such
portions as have already been graded and
Ifraveled and accepted), be graded and
graveled to the official grade In accord-
ance with the plans and profile on file In
the office of the City Engineer and speci-
fications for grading and graveling streets
In the City of Los Angeles with the natu-
ral gravel of the street, Class A, on file In
the office of the City Clerk of said city,
said specifications being No. 30 (New
Series).
2d. That a cement curb be constructed
along each line of the roadway of said
Cordova street, from the west line of
Bonlta avenue to the east curb line 6f
Normandle avenue (excepting |along such
portions of the line of said roadway upon
which a cement or granite curb has al-
ready been constructed to the official line
and grade), In accordance* with specifica-
tions for constructing cement curbs, on
file In the ofllce of the City Clerk, said
specifications being No. 22 (New iSeries).
Sec. 2. The Council of said city
finds upon estimate of the City Engineer
that the total cost of said Improvement
will bo greater than fifty cents per front
foot along each line of said street, Includ-
ing the cost of Intersections, and It Is
determined, In pursuance of an Act
of the Legislature of the State of
California, approved February 27th, 1893,
as amended by an Act of the Legislature
amending said last named act, which
amending act became a law March S!d,
189?. that bonds shall be Issued to repre-
sent the cost of said improvement. Said
bonds shall be serial, extending over a
period of ten years, an even proportion of
the principal sum of which shall be pay-
able annually, on the second day of Jan-
uary of each year by coupon, after their
date until the whole are paid, and to bear
Interest at the rate of seven (7) per cent
per annum, payable seml-annually on the
second days of January and July of each
and every year.
Reference Is hereby made to said
Ordinance of Intention for further par-
" CUliirS ' ' JAMES HANLET,
8-7-12 6t Street Superintendent.
Ordinance No. ' 11 , 331
(New Series)
An Ordinance declaring the Intention of
the Mayor and Council of the City of Los
Angeles to establish the grade of Bishop
street, from Effle street to the north line
of the I'alo Verde Tract, as per map
recorded 'in Book G of Maps, at page 181.
Records of Los Angeles County.
The Mayor and Council of the City of
Los Angeles do ordain as follows:
Section 1. That It Is the Intention of
the Council of the City of Los Angeles to
establish the grade of
BISHOP STREET,
from Effle street to the north line of the
Palo Verde Tract, as per map recorded
in Book 6 of Maps, at page 181, Records
of Los Angeles County, In accordance
with the following elevations:
At the Intersection with Effle street the
grade shall be 472.00 at the northwest
corner and 473.00 at the northeast corner.
At a point on the east side 900 feet
north of the north line of Effle street
the grade shall be E13.68, and 612.85 at
a point on the west side opposite
thereto.
At the Intersection with said north line
of the Palo Verde Tract the grade thall
be 634.00 on both sides.
And at all points between said designate
ed points the grade shall be established
so as to conform to a straight Una drawn
between said designated points.
Elevations refer to the top of the curb,
are In feet and are above a plane which la
265 feet below City datum plane.
Sec. 2. The City Clerk shall certify to
the passage of thla Ordinance and (hall
cuuse the same to be published for ten
days in the Los Angeles Herald, and
thereupon and thereafter It shall take
eifei-t and be in force.
I hereby certify that the foregoing Or-
dinance was adopted by the Council of
the City of Lua Angeles at Ha meeting of
July 17. m c LANr> B . t
Approved thU «.£ da^o yggsT *
i-T-H lOt , Mayor.
PUBLIC ADVERTISING
*•««• of t<rt*« Work
Public notice In hereby given that on
Monday, the 17th day of July, A. D. 1905,
the Council of the City of Lou Anßelen
did, at Its meeting on said day, adopt
an Ordinance of Intention. tin.
11,307 (New Beries), to have the follow*
liik work done, to wit:
Ist. That
Kb MOLINO STREET
In snld city from the south line of Pico
street to the north line of Sepulvedfi
street, Including nil intersections of Btretts
(excepting such portions of snld street
and Intersections nit are required by law
to be kept In order or repair by any
person or company having rallrond tracks
thereon, and also excepting such por-
tions aa have already been graded mitt
graveled and accepted), be graded ntul
graveled to the official grade In nccord-
nnce with the plans and profile on fllo In
the office of the City Engineer and speci-
fications for the construction of graveled
stree»« Class A, In the City of Los An-
geles, on fllo In the office of the City
Clerk of said city, snld specifications
being No. 26 (New Series).
2d Thnt a cement curb be constructed
along each lino of the rondwny of snM
Kl Mollno street from the south curb lino
of rico street to the north curb line of
Sepulveda street (excepting along such
portions of the line of said roadway
upon which a crnif.nt or granite curb linsj
already been constructed to the official
lino and grade). In accordance with speci-
fications for constructing cement curbs,
on file In the office of the City Cleric,
said specifications being No. 22 (Now
Scries).
3d. That a cement sldewnlk five (5) feet
In width be constructed along each slrlo
of snld El Mollno street from the south
curb line of Pico street to the north
line of Sepulveda street (excepting such
portions of said street between said
points along which a cement or asphalt
sidewalk five (B) feet In width has been
constructed to the official line and grade),
said sidewalk to be constructed In ac-
cordance with specifications for con-
structing cement sidewalks on file In tho
office of the City Clerk of said city, said
specifications being No. 23 (New Scries).
Sec. 2. Tho Council of said city
finds upon estimate of the City Engineer,
that the total cost of said Improvement
will be greater than fifty cents per front
foot along each line of said street. In-
cluding the cost of Intersections, and It
Is determined, In pursuance of an
Act of the Legislature cf the State of
California, approved February 27th, 1893,
as amended by an Act •of the Legis-
lature amending said last named
act, which amending act became a
law March 2d, 1599, that bonds shall be
Issued to represent tho cost of said Im-
provement. Said bonds shall be serial,
exter ding over a period of ten years, an
even proportloin of the principal sum of
which shall bo payable annually, on the
second day of January of each year by
coupon, after their date until the whole
ar» paid, and to bear Interest at the
rate of seven (7) per cent per annum,
payable seml-annually on the second days
of January and July of each and every
yea>\
Reference Is hereby made to said
Ordinance of Intention for further par-
ticulars.
JAMES HANLEY,
-8-7-12 6t StreeJ Superintendent.
Notice of Public Work
Public notice Is hereby given that at
Its meeting held on Monday, tho 17th
day of July, A. D. 1905, the City Council
of the City of Los Angeles adopted an
Ordinance, designated as Ordinance No.
11,324 (New Series), declaring its inten-
tion to order the following Improve-
ment to be made, to wit:
Section 1. That It Is the Intention of
the City Council of the City of Los An-
geles to "close up, vacate and abandon,
for alley purposes, all that portion of a
certain
ALLEY,
being a publlo alley of the City of X.os
Angeles, lying- parallel with tho ensterly
line of Central avenue, between Forty-
ninth and Fiftieth streets, described as
follows, to wit:
Beginning at the northeasterly corner
of lot 1, block 3, of the Central Park
Front Tract, as per map recorded In
Book 22, at page 94, Miscellaneous Rec-
ords of Los Angeles County; thence eag-
erly In a direct line to the northwesterly
corner of lot 4, said block 3; thence south-
erly In a direct line to the southwesterly
corner of said lot 4; thence westerly In
a direct line to the Intersection of the
southerly line of said block 3 of the Cen-
tral Park Front Tract with the westerly
line of lot 62 of Strong and Dickinson's
Central Avenue Tract, as per map re-
corded In Book 3 cf Maps, at page 54,
Records of Los Angeles County; thence
southerly along said westerly line of lot
62 a distance of 16 feet to a point; thence
westerly along the northerly line of said
lot 62 a distance of 16 feet to a point;
thence northerly along tho prolongation
of said westerly line of lot 62 a distance
of 16 feet to a point In the southerly line
of lot 3, said block 3, Central Park Front
Tract; thence easterly In a dlroct line to
the southeasterly corner of said lot 3;
thence northerly In a direct lino to the
point of beginning.
Sec. 2 That the exterior boundaries of
the district of land to be affected by said
work or Improvement are hereby specified
and declared to be as follows, to wit:
Beginning at the northwesterly corner
of lot 1, block 3. of the Central Park Front
Tract, as hereinbefore mentioned; thence
easterly in a direct line to the northeast-
erly corner of lot 4, said block 3; thence
southerly In a direct line to the south-
easterly corner of said lot 4; thence ■west-
erly In a direct line to the northeasterly
corner of lot G2 of Strong and Dickinson's
Central Avenue Tract, as hereinbefore
mentioned; thence southerly In a direct
line to the southeasterly corner of said lot
62; thence ■westerly In a direct line to the
southwesterly corner of said lot 62; thence
northerly In a direct line and parallel
with the easterly line of Central avenue
to a point in the southerly line of lot 3,
said block 3, of the Central Park Front
Tract; thence westerly In a direct lino
to the southwesterly corner of lot 3. said
Central Park Front Tract; thence north-
erly In a direct lino to the point of be-
ginning. In said city.
Reference Is hereby made to said Or-
dinance, on file In the office of the City
Clerk of, said city, for further particu-
. JAMES HANLT3Y,
Street Superintendent of the City of
Los Angeles.
8-7-16 lot
Notice of Street Work
Public notice is hereby given that on
Monday, the 17th day of July. A. D. 1905,
the Council of the City of Los Angeles
did, at Its meeting on said day, adopt
an Ordinance of Intention, numbered
11,316 (Now Series), to have the follow-
ing work done, to wit:
That a vitrified pipe sewer be construct-
ed In said city In
MICHIGAN AVENUE,
between Chicago street and Breed street,
between the points, on the lines, at the
elevations and on the grades as aro desig-
nated on the plan and profile of said
sewer on file in tho office of the City En-
gineer of said city, said plan and profile
being numbered 15,555 in the records of
said office; said sewer shall be built
across such street or alley Intersections,
and with such manholes, junction cham-
bers, flushtanks, Iron covers, steps and
buckets, and other appurtenances, as are
designated upon said plan and proft».
Said improvement shall be constructed
In accordance with said plan and profile;
In accordance with plans Nos. 24,748 and
25,453 on file in the office of the said City
Engineer; and In further accordance -with
the specifications therefor on file
In tho office of the City Clerk of
said city, said specifications being en-
titled "Specifications for the Construction
of a sewer in Michigan avenue, between
Chicago street and Hreefd street, in the
City of Los Angeles," and which specifi-
cations were approved by said Council
at Its meeting of July 17th, 1906, which
said plan and profile, said plans, and said
specifications, are hereby referred to for
more particular description of said work.
Sec. 2. That the said contemplated
work of improvement. In the opinion of
said City Council, Is of more than local
or ordinary publlo beneflt, and said City
Council hereby declares that the district
in the said City of I.os Angeles benefited
by said work or Improvement, and to be
assessed to pay the costs and expenses
thereof Is described as follows:
All that portion of the City of X,os An-
Kele« Included wtthin the following de-
scribed exterior boundary line, to wit:
CqinmuncliiK at the most easterly corner
of lot f>7 of Map of Bpence's Addition to
Doyle Heights, us said map is recorded
In Hook 6, page 603, Miscellaneous Rec-
ords of Los Angeles County; thence from
■aid point of beginning In a direct line to
the most northerly corner of lot 70 of said
map; thence in a direct ■ line to the
most westerly corner of lot 63 of said
map; thence in a direct line to the most
southerly corner of lot 66 of said map;
and thence in a direct line to the point of
beginning.
Referenoe Is hereby made to said
Ordinance of Intention for further par-
ticulars.
JAMKS HANX.HY,
1-7-11 «t . Street Superintendent i
PUBLIC ADVERTIBINQ
Node* of Street Work
Public notice Is hereby given that on
Monday, the 17th day of July. A. D. 100&,
the Council of the City of Los Angeles
did, at Its meeting on «ald day, adopt
an ordinance of Intention, No.
11, 311 (New Series), to have the follow-
ing work done, to wit:
Ist. That
CAHUENOA STREET.
In said city, from the south line of
Tenth streot to the north curb line of
Pico street, Including all Intersections
of streets (excepting such portions 01
said street and intersections as ara re-
quired by law to be kept In order or
repair by any person or company hav-
ing railroad tracks thereon, and also
excepting such portions as have al-
ready bee.l graded and graveled ana
aecepted), be graded and graveled to
tho official grado In accordance with
tho plans anil profile on file ln the of-
fice ot the City Engineer and specifi-
cations for the construction of graveled
streets, Class A, In the City of Los An-
geles, on file In the office of the City
Clerk of said city, said specifications
being No. 26 (New Series).
2d. That a cement curb bo con-
structed along each line of the roadway
of said Cnhuenga street, from the south
line of Tenth streot to the north curb
lino of Pico street (excepting along
such portions of the line of said road-
way upon which a cement or granite
curb has already been constructed to
the official line and grade), in accord-
ance with specifications for construct-
ing cement curbs on file In the office
of tho City Clerk, said speclflcr.tlons
being No. 22 (New Series).
3d. That 'a cement sidewalk five (6)
feet In width be constructed along each
side of said Cnhuenga street, from the
south line of Tenth street to tho north
curb line of Pico street (excepting such
portions of snld street between said
points along which a cement or asphalt
sidewalk five (6) feet In width has
been constructed to tho official line
and grade), said sidewalk to be con-
structed In accordance with specifica-
tions for constructing cement sldo-
walks on fllo In tho office of the City
Clerk of snld city, said specifications
being No. 23 (New Series).
4th. That a cobble-paved gutter be
constructed along each sldo of said
Cahucnga street, from a point 340 feet
north of the north line of Eleventh
streot to tho north curb lino of Elev-
enth street; and from a point 475 feet
north of tho north line of Twelfth
street to the north curb line of Twelfth
street; and from a point 228 feet north
of the north line of Pico street to the
north curb line of Pico street (except-
ing along such portions of the line of
said roadway along which a cement or
granlto gutter has already been con-
structed to the official line and grade,
and also excepting such portions of said
street and Intersections as are required
by law to be kept In order or repair by
any person or company having railroad
tracks thereon).
Said gutters shall be three and one-
half (3%) feet ln width, excepting at
Intersections of streets, where said gut-
ters shall be seven (7) feet ln width;
and said gutters shall be constructed
in accordance with the plans and pro-
file therefor on file In the office of the
City Engineer, and In accordance with
specifications for the construction of
cobble-paved gutters on file ln the of-
flco of the City Clerk, said specifica-
tions being No. 7 (New Series).
6th. That a vitrified pipe culvert bo
constructed at right angles across Ca-
huenga street, through a point on tho
west side of said Cahuenga street 306.84
feet north of the northwest corner of
Pico street and Cahuenga street. Said
culvert shall havo an internal diameter
of 24 Inches, a length of 104 feet, shall
be provided with two concrete end
walls, and shall be constructed in ac-
cordance with the plans, profiles and
cross-sections for the same on file ln
the office of tho City Engineer of said
city, and ln accordance with specifica-
tions for the construction of pipe sew-
ers in the City of Los Angeles on file
in the office of the City Clerk of said
city, said specifications being num-
bered 32 (New Series).
That a steel concrete culvert be con-
structed across Cahuenga street, the
center line of which said culvert shall
cross the east line of said Cahuenea
street at a point 24.94 feet north of the
northeast corner of Eleventh street and
Cahuenga street, and shall cross the
west line of Cahuenga street at a point
18.38 feet north of the northwest cor-
ner of Eleventh street and Cahuenga
street. Said culvert shall have an in-
ternal width of 8 feet 8 inches, a length
of 77.32 feet, shall be provided with
wing and end walls and one (1) cobble
apron, and shall be constructed ln ac-
cordance with the plan, profile and
cross-section for the same on file in
tho office of the City Engineer of said
city, and In accordance with the speci-
fications contained ln "Specifications
for the construction of cement pipe
culverts ln the City of Los Angeles"
on file in the office of the City Clerk
of said city, said specifications being
numbered 12 (New Series).
Reference Is hereby made to said
Ordinance of Intention for further par-
tlCUlarS - JAMES HANLEY.
8-7-12 6t Street Superintendent.
Notice— Civil Service Examinations
Los Angeles, Cal., Aug. 3. 1905.
In accordance with Section 1. Rule iv.
Civil Service Rules and Regulations of
the City of Los Angeles, notice Is hereby
given that a competitive examination for
promotion will be held on Friday, the
18th day of August, 1905, beginning at 9
a. m. o'clock at Grand Ave. School, In
the City of Los Angeles, Cal., for the
purpose of examining applicants for ad-
mission to the eligible lists ln divisions
and classifications as designated below:
-Blv. C, Class 2, Battalion Chief, Fire
Department.
Dlv. C, Class 4a, Lieutenant, Fire De-
partment. j>
Dlv. C, Class 4c. Driver, Fire Depart-
ment.
Entrances for the above examinations
are limited as follows:
Battalion Chief to Captain.
Lieutenant to Engineer,- Driver and
Hoseman.
Driver to Hoseman.
Also, on the same date and at the
same place, will be held competitive ex-
aminations for original entrance to the
eligible lists in divisions and classifica-
tions designated below:
Dlv. H. Class 23, Live Stock Inspector,
Health Department. „ , ,
Div. B, Class 4, Secretary to Captain of
Police, Police Department.
Dlv. C, Class 3, Secretary Fire Depart-
ment, Fire Department.
Div. C, Class 5, Hoseman, Fire Depart-
Dlv. I, Class 5. Inspector Street Sweep-
ing Machines, Street Department.
Dlv. F. Class 3, Electrical Inspector,
Electrical Department.
Dlv. F. Class 4, Lineman, Electrical De-
Pi Dlv? C A,' Class 15, Clerk for High School
Principals, School Department.
Dlv. A. Class 21, Mimeograph Operator,
School Department.
Said competitive examinations will in-
clude tests of proficiency in Reading,
Writing, Spelling, Arithmetic; knowledge
of the duties of the several positions
named, general and specific experience
tending to fit the applicant for such posi-
tion; physical health; muscular strength;
soundness and acuteness of faculties; per-
sonal habits; moral character and such
qualifications as will fairly attest the ca-
pacity of persons examined to discharge
the duties of positions which they seek.
Applicants must appear in perßdn at the
offlce of the Civil Service Commission not
less than eight days before tha date
fixed for the examination, and file, under
oath, an application in form prescribed
by the Commission, blanks for which will
be furnished on request.
By order of the Board of Civil Service
Commissioner.. - BDKLM AN.
W. A. SPALDING. President.
8 6-18 Secretary.
Notice of Street Work
Publlo notice Is hereby given that on
Monday, the 17th day of July. A.D. 1905,
the Council of the City of Los Angeles
did, at Its meeting on said day, adopt
an Ordinance of Intention, No.
11,314 (New Series), to have the follow-
'Vh^a^min't^wVlk four M) feet In
* I<lth a^ KK 3 NT t^F tIKTt lKTH OSTRe^T0 STR e^T" lde ° f
from the west curb line ot Con-
gress avenue to the east curb
fine of La Balle avenue (excepting
Buch portion* of said street between Bald
points along which a cement or asphalt
sidewalk four (4) feet in width has been
constructed to the ofnctal line and grade),
Bald Bldewalk to be constructed In accord-
ance with specifications for constructing
cement uldewalkß ontla In the offlce of
tho City Clerk of said city, said spedflcft-
tioncT being No. 23 (New Series). .
Reference is hereby made to ealci
Ordinance of Intention for further par-
ticulars. JAMES HANLBV. >
„Ml«t Btre«tflu P .rlntendent
PUBLIC ADVERTISING
ICotlre of 9tre«t Work
ruhlle notion Is hereby given that on
Monday, the 17th day of July, A. D. lltOs,
the Council of the City of Los Angeles
did. At Its meeting on said day, adopt
an Ordinance of Intention, numbered
11.30ft (New Series), to have the follow-
ing work done, to wit:
Ist. Thnt '
SKVF-NTH STREET
In snld city from tho produced Mat lln*
of T?ixel street to tha produced west Una
of that portion of Park View street ex-
tending north of Beventh street, Includ-
ing all Intersections of streeta (excepting
such portions of said street and Intersec-
tions as are required by law to be kept
In order or repair by any person or com-
pany having railroad tracks thereon, ana
also excepting such .portions as have al-
ready been graded and paved with as*
phalt and acoeptert), be graded and par?il
with hydraulic) cement and broken stone
concrete base, with broken stone and as-
phaltlc cement binder course, with asphalt
wearing surface and with vitrified block
gutters.
Snld gutters are to extend along tha
north line of the roadway of said Bev-
•nth streot from tho produced east Una
of Blxel street to a point five (6) feet east
of the produced east line of Lucas av9-
mie; and from a point three (S) feet east
of the wost curb line of Luras avenue to a
point three (8) feet west of the east curb
line of Valencia street, and from a point
five (5) feet west of the wost line of Va-
lencia street to the produced west Una
of that portion of Park View street ex-
tending north of said Seventh street!
also along the north side of said Seventh
street across each Intersecting street or
alley, except Lucas avenue, Valencia
street, Union avenue and Alvnrado street
between the produced east line of Blxol
street and the produced west line of that
portion of Park .View street extending
north of Seventh street; and along tha
south line of tho roadway of said Seventh
street from the produced east /line of
nixel street to a point 167.91 feet east of
tho east line of Garland avenue, and
from a point 163.68 feet east of the east
line of Garland avenue to a point thren
(3) feet west of the east curb line of
Valencia street; and from a point five (5)
feet west of the west line of Valencia
street to the produced west line of thnt
portion of Park View street extending
north of Seventh street; also along
the south side of said Seventh
street, across Garland avenue, Bea- .
con street, Burlington avenue, Bon-
nie Brae street, Westlake avenue,
Grand View street. Park View street,
and across each Intersecting alley be- .
tween tho produced east line of said
Blxel street and the produced west line
of that portion of said Park View street
extending north of said Seventh street. -
Said gutters shall be three (3) feet In
width, except across street and alley In-
tersections, whero said gutters shall bo
six (6) feet In width.
All of said work Is to be constructed
to the official grade of said Seventh street,
ln accordance with the plans, profiles and
cross-sections for the same on fllo In tha
offlce of the City Engineer of said city.
Said vitrified block gutters shall be con-
structed In accordance with Specifications
No. 18 (New Series) "For the Construc-
tion of Vitrified Block Gutters ln the City
of Los Angeles."
Said paving with asphalt shall be per-
formed in accordance with specifications;
for street paving with hydraulic cement
and broken stone concrete base and as-'
Shalt wearing surface, Class B, said specl-
catlons being No. 10 (New Series). ■
2d. That a cement curb be constructed
along each Una of the roadway of said'
Seventh street from the produced east
lil.e of Blxel street to the produced west
line of that portion of Park View street;
extending north of Seventh street (ex-
cepting along such portions of the lino,
of said roadway upon which a cement or
granite curb has already been constructed ■
to the official line and grade), in accord-
ance with specifications for constructing
cement curbs, on file ln the office of the
City Clark, said specifications being No.
22 (New Series). ■'- . • ... .
3d. TKit a cement sidewalk six (6) feet .
in width be constructed along each slda
of said Soventh street from the produced
east line of Blxel street to the produced
west line of that portion of Park View
street extending north of Seventh street '
(exciting such portions of said street '
alonß which a cement or asphalt sidewalk
BIX (6) feet in width has been constructed
to the ofnclal line and grade), said side-
walk Vo be constructed in accordance ;
with specifications for constructing ce-
ment sidewalks on file In the office of the I
City Cfmk of said city, said specifications
being No. 23 (New Series).
4th That two (2) culverts be construct-
ed aeros.* portions of Seventh street (ex-- ;
ceptlng Along and across such portions of
said irtretH and intersections as are re-
quired toy law to be kept in order or re-
pair by any person or company having
rallrwtd tracks thereon. Said culverts
to be located as follows:
That o.ie of said culverts be constructed
across Seventh street from the curb re- -
turn at the northwest corner of Seventh
street and Valencia street to the curb
return at the southwest corner of Seventh
street and Valencia street. ■.. 1
That one (1) culvert be constructed
across a portion of Seventh street from
the curb return at the northeast corner
of Seventh street and Lucas avenue to
the south line of the right of way of
the Los Angeles Railway Company. ■ ,
Said culverts are to be constructed of
concrete with steel plate tops. In accord-,
ance with Section 10, Specifications No. 10
(New Series) on file ln the office of the
City Clerk, and also ln accordance W4tn
plans therefor on file ln the office of tha
City Engineer of the City of Los Angeles,
gee. 2. The Council !of - said city
finds upon estimate of the City Engineer
that the total cost of said improvement
will be greater than fifty cents per front
foot along each lino of said . street, In-
cluding the cost of Intersections, anfl It
is determined, In pursuance of an
Act of the Legislature of the State of
California, approved February 27th. 1893. ■
as amended by an Act of the Legislature
nmendlng said last named act, which
amending act became a law March 2d.
1899, that bonds shall be Issued to repre-
sent the cost of said improvement. Sulrt
bonds shall be serial, extending over a
period of ten years, an even proportion
of the principal sum of which shall ba .
payable annually, on the second day of
January of each year by coupon, after
their date until the whole are paid, and
to bear interest at the rate of seven (7)
per cent per annum, payable seml-annu-
aliy on the second days of January and!
July of each and every year. :— .
Seo 3. This Ordinance repeals ,Ordl-
nancn No. 10,756 (New Series). - •
Reference Is hereby made to sale]
Ordinance of Intention for further par-
ticulars. JAMES HANLET,
8-7-12 6t Street Superintendent.
Notice of Street Work
Public notice is hereby given that ons
Monday, the 17th day of July, A. D. 1905.
the Council of the City of Los Angeles
did, at its meeting on said day, adopt
an Ordinance of Intention, numbered
11,313 (New Series), to have the follow-
ing work done, to wit: . .
Ist. Tha j t ONDON STREET
in said city from the west line of CaBO
street to a point 550 feet west of the west
line of Casco Btreet, including all Inter-
sections of streets (excepting such pota-
tions of said street and Intersections ass:
are required by law to be kept ln order;,
or repair by any person 'or company
having raMroad tracks thereon, and also
excepting such portions as have already
been graded and graveled and actepted).
be graded and graveled to the official
grade in accordance with the plans and
profile on file ln the office of the City.
Engineer and. specifications for grading
and graveling streets ln the City of Loa •
Angeles with the natural gravel of the !
street. Class A, on flle in the office of
the City Clerk of said city, said specifica-
tions nelnc* No. 80 (New Series). - ■
2d. That a cement curb be constructed
along each line of the roadway of said I
London street, from the west line of
Casco street to a point 550 feet west ' of
the west line of Casco street (excepting
along such portions of the ltpe of said
roadway upon which a cement or granite
curb has already been constructed to tha I
official line and grndo)," In accordance
with specifications for constructing ce-
ment curbs, on file In the office of > th« ,
City Clerk, said specifications being No;
3d. That a cement sidewalk five (5) feet
In width be constructed along the north
slda of said London street from the west
line of Casco to a point 660 feet 1 west of
the west line of Casco street, and along '
the south slda of London Btreet from a
point 400 feet west of the west l line ■of
Casco street to a point 650 feet west lof I
the west line of Casco street (excepting
such portlona of said street between data
points along which a cement or asphalt*
sidewalk five (5) feet In width has bean
constructed to the official line and (crade),
said Bldewalk to be constructed In < ac-
cordance with specifications • for run-
structlne cement sidewalks on file In thai
offlce of the City Clerk of Bald city, said
specifications being No. 23 (New Series).
Reference Is hereby ■ mada to . aald
Ordinance of Intention for further par-
tlou.lars.-... JAMBS HANLHY, '■';'■
8-7-12 Bt ■ Btreet Superintendent. •,.-,.

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