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PUBLIC ADVERTISING
Ordlnnnce No. 1 1,831
(New Series.)
An Ordinance declaring the Intention
of the City Council of the City of Los
Angeles to order tho opening of Third
Btreet, between Saratoga streot and
Fresno street, to a width of 60 feet.
The Mayor and Council of the City of
Los Angeles do ordain as follows:
Section 1. That tho public Interest
and convenience require, and it is the
lntcltlon of tho City Council of the City
of Los Angeles to order the following
Improvement to bo mv.de, to wit:
That
THIRD STREET,
a publio street of the City of Los An-
Eeies, bo opened between Saratoga
street and Fresno street, to a width of
sixty feet. >-:*: ■■
Se,c. 2. That the land necessary and
convenient to be taken for the improve-
ment described in Section 1 hereof, is
situated in the City of Los Angeles,
County of Los Angeles, State of Cali-
fornia, and is more particularly de-
scribed as follows, to wit:
Beginning at the intersection of the
center line. of Third street with the
center lino of Saratoga street; thence
north 28 degrees 12 minutes 46 seconds
east along said center line of Saratoga
Btreet 30 feet to a point; thence south
61 degrees 45 minutes 15 seconds
east 546.65 feet to a point In the center
lino of Savannah street; thence south
62 degrees 09 minutes 45 seconds east
1046.47 feet to a point in the center
line of Dacotah street; thence south 61
degrees 48 minutes oast 627.33 feet to
a point in the conter line of Fresno
street; thence along said centor line of
Fresno street south 27 degrees 43 min-
utes 30 seconds west 30 feet to Its in-
tersection with the center line of Third
street; thence continuing along said
center line of Fresno street south 27
degrees 43 minutes 30 seconds west 30
feet to a point; thence north 61 degrees
48 mlnutea west 627.19 feet to a point
in said center line of Dacotah street;
thence north 62 degrees 09 minutes
45 seconds west 1047.17 feet to a point in
said center line of Savannah street;
thence north 61 degrees 45 minutes
15 seconds west 54G.61 feet to a point
In said center line of Saratoga street;
thence along said center line of Sara-
toga street north 28 degrees 12 min-
utes 45 seconds east 30 feet to the point
of beginning; excepting therefrom any
land therein contained which is now a
part of any public street or alley.
Sec. 3. That the boundaries of the
district in tho City of Los Angeles to
be benefited by said Improvement, and
to be assessed to pay Hie expenso there-
of, and to be known as the assessment
district, are hereby fixed as follows, to
wit:
Beginning at the most northerly cor-
ner of lot 14 of Peterson's Subdivision
of lot 6 of Workman and Hellman's
Subdivision of block 73 H. S., as per
map recorded In Book 10, at page 72,
Miscellaneous Records of Los Angele3
County; thence southeasterly In a direct
lino to the most easterly corner of lot
8. said Peterson's Subdivision; thence
northeasterly in a direct lino to tho
most northerly corner of lot 9 of Davln
and Julllen's Subdivision of part of lots
6 and 7, block 73, Hancock's Survey, as
per map recorded In Book 54, at pago
49, Miscellaneous Records of Los An-
geles County; thence southeasterly In a
direct line to the most easterly corner
of lot 30, said Davln and Jullien's Sub-
division; thence southeasterly In a
direct line to the most westerly corner
of lot 62 of Fremont Heights tract, as
per map recorded In Book 5 of Maps,
at pago 109, Records of Los Angeles
County: thence southeasterly in a
direct line to the most southerly corner
of lot 40. said Fremont Heights tract;
thence northeasterly In a direct line to
the most northerly corner of lot 3 of
the Dacotah tract, as per map recorded
in Book 19, at page 75, said Miscellan-
eous Records of Los Angeles County;
thenco southeasterly in a direct line to
the most easterly corner of lot 15, said
Dacotah tract; thence southwesterly In
a direct line to the most northerly cor-
ner of lot 33 of Ogllvle's Grand View
Heights tract, as per map recorded in
Book 6 of Maps, at pages 58 and 50,
Records of Los Angeles County; thence
southeasterly In a direct line to the
most easterly corner of lot 48, said
Ogllvle's Grand View Heights tract;
thence southeasterly In n direct line to
the most easterly corner of lot 64 of
the La Paloma Helerhts addition, as per
map recordpd in Book 7 of Maps, at
page 32, Records of Los Angeles
County: thence southwesterly in a
direct line to the most southerly corner
of lot 7fl. said La Paloma Hplghts addi-
tion; thence northwesterly In a direct
line to the most southerly corner of lot
17 of Ogllvie's Grand View Heights
tract. as hereinbefore mentioned;
thence northwesterly In a direct line
to the most westerly corner of lot 32,
said last mentioned tract; thenco
southwesterly in a direct line to the
most southerly corner of lot 21 of the
Pacotah tract, as hereinbefore men-
tioned; thence northwesterly In a direct
line to the most westerly corner of lot
9 of said Dacotah tract; thence south-
westerly In a direct line to the most
easterly corner of lot 13 of Fremont
Heights tract, as hereinbefore men-
tioned; thence northwesterly In a direct
line to the most northerly corner of lot
1, said Fremont Heights tract; thence
northwesterly In a direct line to the
most southerly corner of lot 25 of
Davin and Jullien's Subdivision, as
hereinbefore mentioned: thence north-
westerly In n direct line to the most
westerly corner of lot 4, said Davln ancl
Julllen's Subdivision: thence south-
westerly in a direct line to the most
noutheriy corner of lot 21 of Peterson's
Subdivision, as lierelnbeforp mentioned;
thence northwesterly In a direct line to
the most westerly corner of lot 15, said
Peterson's Subdivision: thence north-
easterly In a direct line to the point of
beginning.
Sec. 4. That all the proceedings for
the aforesnid improvement shall be
takpn under the "Street Opening Act of
1903." nnd the Street Superintendent of
the City of Tjos Angeles shall post and
publish' notices of salrl Improvement In
the manner and for the time required
by said net. and the Los Anureles Her-
ald, a, dully newspaper published and
circulated in said city, is hereby desig-
nated as the newspaper in which said
notices shall be published.
Sec. R. The City Clerk Rhall certify
to the passage of this Ordinance and
shall cause the, same to be published
once In tlie Los Angeles Herald.
I hereby certify thnt the foregoing
Ordinance was adopted by the Council
of the OHy of Los Angeles at Its meet-
Ing of Octo'bcr 36, 190 S.
H. J. LELANDE.
City Clerk.
Approved this 19th day of October,
1)0 ' OWEN McALFKR.
10-23 It Mayor.
Ordlnnnce No. 11342
(New Series.)
An Ordinance of the Mayor nnd Ceuncll
of the City of Los Aneelea establlshlne
the grade of Boulder street, from Ever-
green avenue to Dobinson street.
The Mayor and Council of the City of
Los Angeles do ordain as follows:
Section 1. That the grade of
BOULDER STREET,
from Evergreen avenue to Doblnson
street, is hereby established In accordance
with the following elevations:
At the Intersection with Kvergreen
avenuo the grade shall be 332.00 at the
northwest corner and 330.00 at the
southwest corner.
At a point on the north side 150 feet
east of the east line of Forest avenuo
the grade shall be 330.00, and 328.00 at a
point on the south side opposite thfcre-
to.
At the intersection with Forest ave-
nue the grade shall be 322.00 nt the
northeast and northwest corners, and
321.00 at tho southeast and southwest
corners.
At a point on the north sldo 400 feet
east of the east line of Doblnson street
nnd at a point on the south sldo op-
posite thereto the grade shall be 325.00.
At the Intersection with Doblnson
street the grade shall be 326.00 at the
northeast corner and 327.00 at the
southeast corntr.
And at all points between said desig-
nated points the grade shall bo estab-
lished so as to conform to a straight
line drawn between said designated
points.
Elevations refer to the top of the curb,
are 1n feet, and are above a plane which
Is 255 feet below City datum plane.
Sec. 2. The City Clerk shall certify
to the passage of this Ordinance, and
shall cause tho same to be published
once in the Los Angeles Herald, and
thereupon and thereafter It shall tal:a ef-
fect and be In force.
I hereby certify that the foregoing Or-
dinance was adopted by the Council of
the City of Los Angeles at its meeting
October 16, 1905.
H. J. LELANDE,
City Clerk.
Approved this 19th day of October. 1305.
OWEN McALEER,
10-23 It Alayor.
PART Ik
PUBLIC ADVERTISING
Ordlnnnce No, 11,84*
(New Series.)
An Ordinance of the Mayor and Coun-
cil of the City of Los Angeles, estab-
lishing the grade of Ensign avenue, from
Temple street to Bellevue avenue.
The Mayor and Council of the City of
Los Angeles do ordain as follows:
Section 1. That the grade of
ENSIGN AVENUE,
from Temple street to Bellevue avenue.
Is hereby established In accordance with
the following elevations:
At the Intersection with Temple stroc:
the grade shall be 332.00 at the northwest
corner and 331.50 at the northeast corner,
as now established on Temple street.
At a point on the west side 140 feet north
of the north line of Temple street the
grade shall be 339.70 and 338.85 at a point
on the east side opposite thereto. '
At a potnt on the west side 160 feet north
of the north line of Temple street the
grade shall be 340.86 and 339.96 at a point
on the east side opposite thereto.
At a point on the west side 180 feet
north of the north line of Temple street
the grade shall be 342.13 and 841.23 at a
point on the east side opposite thereto.
At a point on the west side 200 feet
north of the north line of Temple street
the grade shall be 343.53 and 342.63 at a
point on the east side opposite thereto.
At a point on the west side 220 feet
north of the north line of Temple street
the grade shall be 345.03 and 344.18 at a
point on the cast side opposite thereto.
At a point on the west side 240 feet
north of the north line of Temple street
the grade shall be 346.66 and 3-15.86 at a
point on the east side opposite thereto.
At a point on the west side 260 feet
north of the north line of Temple street
the grade shall bo 348.40 and 347.70 at a
point on the east side opposite thereto.
At a point on the west side 340 feet
north of the north line of Temple street
the grade shall be 355.60 and 355.30 at a
point on the east side opposite thereto.
At a point on the west side 360 feet
north of the north line of Temple street
the grade shall be 357.21 and 357.01 at a
point on the east side opposite thereto.
At a point on the west side 380 feet
north of the north line of Temple street
the grade shall be 358.45 and 353.34 at a
point on the east side opposite thereto.
At a point on the west side 400 feet
north of the north line of Temple street
the grade shall be 359.30 and 359.28 at a
point on the east side opposite thereto.
At a point on the west side 420 feet
north of the north line of Temple street
tho grade shall be 359.77 and 359.84 at a
point on the east side opposite thereto.
At a point on the west side 440 feet
north of the north line of Temple street
the grade shall be 359.87 and 3'i0.0l at a
point on the east side opposite thereto.
At a potnt on the west side 460 feet
north of the north line of Temple street
the grade shall be 359.60 and 309.50 at a
point on the east side opposite thereto.
At a point on the west side 640* feet
north of the north line of Temple street
the grade shall be 355.40 and 35U.20 at a
point on the east side opposite thereto.
At a point on the west side 660 feet
north of the north line of Temple street
the grade shall bo 354.54 and 365.71 at a
point on the east side opposite thereto.
At n point on the west side 680 feet
north of the north line of Temple streot
the grade shall be 354.12 and 3a5.04 at a
point on the east sldo opposite thereto.
At a point on the west side 700 feet
north of th« north line of Temple street
the grade shall be 353.23 and 354.18 at a
point on the past side opposite thereto.
At a point on tho west side 720 feet north
of tho north line of Temple street the
grade shall be 352.16 and 333.14 at a point
on the east Bide opposite thereto.
At a point on the west side 740 feet
north of the north line of Temple street
the grade shall be 350.91 and 351.91 at a
uoint on the east side opposite thereto.
At a point on the west side 760 feet
north of the north line of Temple street
the grade shall be 349.50 and 350.50 at a
point on the east side opposite thereto.
At a point on the west side 840 feet north
of the north line of Temple street the
grade shall be 343.50 and 344.50 at a point
on the east side opposite thereto.
At a point on the west side 860 feet
north of the north line of Temple street
the grade shall be 342.07 and 343.08 at a
point on the east side opposite thereto.
At a point on the west side 880 feet
north of the north line of Temple streot
the grade shall be 340.80 and 341.82 at a
point on the east side opposite thereto.
At a point on tho west side 900 feet
north of the north line of Temple street
the grade shall be 339.66 and 340.71 at a
point on the east side opposite thereto.
At a point on the west side 920 feet
north of tho north line of Temple street
the grade shall be 338.68 and 339.77 at a
point on the east side opposite thereto.
At a point on tho west side 910 feet
north of the north line of Temple street
the grade shall be 337.84 and 333.98 at a
point on the east side opposite thereto.
At a point on the west side 9'W feet
north of the north line of Temple street
the grade shall be 337.15 and 338.36 at a
point on the east side ooposlte thereto.
At the Intersection with Bellevue ave-
nue the grade shall be 330.00 at the south-
west corner and 332.00 at the southeast
corner.
And at all points between said designated
points tha grade shall be established so
as to conform to a straight line drawn
between said designated points.
Elevations refer to tho top of the curb,
are In feet and are above a plane which
Is 255 feet below City datum plane.
Sec. 2. The City Clerk shall certify
to the passage of this Ordinance, ana
shall cause the same to be published
once In the Los Angeles Herald, and
thereupon and thereafter it shall take
effect and be in force.
I hereby certify that the foregoing
Ordinance was adopted by the Council
of the City of Los Angeles at its meat-
ing of October 10, 1905.
H. J. LELANDE.
City Clerk.
Approved this 19th day of October. 1905.
OWEN McALKER,
10-23 It Mayor.
Notice of Street Work
Public notice Is hereby given that on
Monday, the 2d day of October, A. D.
1905, the Council of the City of Los An-
geles, did, at its meeting on said day,
adopt an Ordinn-nce of Intention, num-
bered 11,711 (New Series), to have the
following work done, to wit:
Ist That said
IVERS AVENUE
in said city, from the west line of
Mohawk street to the east line of
Stanislaus street, including all inter-
sections of streets (excepting such por-
tions of said street and intersections
as are required by law to be kept in
order or repair by any person or com-
pany having railroad tracks thereon,
and also excepting such portions as
have already been graded and graveled
nnd accepted), be graded and graveled
to the official grade, in accordance with
the plans and profile on file in the
offico of the City Engineer and speci-
fications 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 be-
ing No 26 (New Series).
2d. That a cement curb be con-
structed along each line of the roadway
of said Ivers avenue, from the
west line of Mohawk street to the
east line of Stajilslaus street (ex-
cepting along such portions of tho
lino of said roadway upon which a
cement or granite curb has already
been constructed to the official line
and grade). In accordance with specifi-
cations for constructing cement curbs,
on fllo In the office of the City Clerk,
said specifications being No. 22 (New
3d. That a cement sidewalk five (o)
feet In width be constructed along
each side of said Ivers avenue from
the west line of Mohawk street to
tho east line of Stanislaus street,
(excepting such portions of said
street between said points along which
a cement or asphalt sidewalk five (5)
feet In width has been constructed to
the official line and grade), said side-
walk to be constructed in accordance
with specifications for constructing
cemont sidewalks on file in the office
of the City Clerk of said city, said
specifications being No. 23 (New Series).
Sec. 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 line of said street. In-
cluding the cost of intersections, and tt
Is determined. In pursuance of an
Act of the Legislature of the State of
California, approved February 27, 1893,
as amended by an Act of the Legislature
amending 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. Said
bonds shall be serial, extending over A
period of ten years, an even proportion
of the principal sum of which shall be
Jayable annually, on the second day of
anuary 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
ally on the second days of January and
July of each and every year. •
Reference Is hereDy made to said Ordi-
nance of Intention for further particulars.
JAMES HANLEY,
10-23-28 6t Street Superintendent
LOS ANGELES HERALD: MONDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 33, 1905.
PUBLIC ADVERTISING
Notice of Street Work.
Public notice Is hereby given that on
Monday, the 2d day of October.
A.D. 1905, the Council of the City of
Los Angeles did, at its meeting on said
day, adopt an Ordinance ot Intention
the following work done, to wit:
numbered 11,712 (New Series), to have
numbered 11,718 (New Series), to have
Ist. That said
ESPERANZA STREET
In said city from tho northerly line of
Stephenson avenuo to the southerly line
of Percy stroet: from the northerly lino
of said Percy street to the southerly line
of Sablna street, and from the northerly
line of said Sablna street to the southerly
line of Sixth street. Including all Inter-
sections of streets (excepting such por-
tions of said street and intersections as
are required by law to be kept In order
or repair by any person or company hav-
ing railroad tracks thereon, and also ex-
cepting such portions as have already
been graded and graveled and accepted),
be graded and graveled to the official
grade In accordance with the plans and
profile on file In the office of the City
Engineer, and specifications for the con-
struction of graveled streets, Class A,
In the City of Los Angeles on file In the
office of tho City Clerk of said city, said
specifications being No. 26 (New Serins).
2d. That a cement curb be construct-
ed along each line of the roadway of said
Esperanza street, from the northerly curb
line of Stephenson avenue to the south-
erly line of Percy street; from the north-
erly line of said Percy street to the
southerly line of Sabtna street, and from
the northerly line of said Sablna streot
to tho southerly line of Sixth street
(excepting along such portions of the
line of said roadway upon which h
cement or granite curb hns already
been constructed to the official line anci
grade). In accordance with specifica-
tions for constructing coment curbs,
on file in the office of the City Clerk,
said specifications being No. 22 (New
Series*.
3d. That a cement sidewalk five (5)
feet In width be ' constructed along each
side of said Esperanza street from the
northerly curb line of Stephenson avenue
to the southerly lino of Percy street; from
the northerly line of said Percy stroc!
to the southerly line of Sablna street;
and from the northerly line
of said Sablna street to the
southerly line of Sixth street
(excepting such portions of said stroet
between said points along which c
cement or asphalt sidewalk five (5)
feet In width has been constructed to
tho official line and grade), said sldo-
u-alk to bo constructed In nccordance
with specifications for ronstructins
cement sidewalks on file In the office
of the City Clerk of said city, said
specifications being No. 23 (New
Series).
4th. That a cobble-paved gutter ho
constructed along each line of the road-
way of said Esperanza street from the
northerly curb line, of Stephenson avenue
to tho southerly line of Percy street; from
the northerly line of salci Percy street
to the southerly line of Sablna street, and
from the northerly line of said Sablna
street to the southerly line of Sixth
street (excepting along such portions of
the line of said roadway along which a
cement or cobble-paved gutter ha"
already been constructed to the official
line and grade, and 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 com-
pnny having railroad tracks thereon.
Said gutters shnll be three and one-half
(S',s>) feet In width, excepting at Intersec-
tions of streets and alleys, where said
gutters shall be seven (7) feet In width;
and said gutters shall be constructed In
accordance with the plans and profile
therefor on file In the office of the City
Engln?er, and in accordance with spe-
cifications for the construction of cobble-
paved gutters on fllo In the office of the
City Clerk, said specifications being No.
7 (New Series).
Sec. 2. The Council of said city
finds upon estimate of the City En-
gineer that the total cost of said
improvement will bo greater than fifty
cents per front foot along each line of
tald street, Including the cosl of Inter-
sections, and It Is determined, In
pursuance of an Act of tho Legisla-
ture of the State of California, ap-
proved February 27, 1893. as amended
by an Act of the Legislature amending
said last named Act. which amending
Act became a law March 2. 1899, that
bonds shall bo Issued to represent 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
January of each ypnr by coupon, nftpr
their dite until the whole are paid,
nnd to bear Interest at the rate of
seven (7) per cent per annum, payable
semi-annually on the second nays of
January and July of each and every
year.
Reference Is hereby made to said Or-
dinance of Intention for further par-
ticulars.
JAMES HANLEY.
10-23-28 6t Street Superintendent.
Ordlnnnrr No. 11,830
(New Series.)
An Ordinance of the Mayor and Council
of the City of Los Angeles establishing
tho grade of Kvergreen avenue, from
Wabash avenue to Brooklyn avenue.
The Mayor and Council of the City
of Los Angeles do ordain as follows:
S«ctlon 1. That the grade of
EVERGREEN AVENUE,
from Wabash avenue to Brooklyn ave-
nue. Is hereby established In accordance
with the following elevations:
At th 3 Intersection with VVabash avenue
the grade shall be 360.00 at the southwest
and southeast corners.
At the intersection with Falrmount
street the grade shall be 358.60 at the
northwest "orner. 360.60 at the southwest
corner. 357.50 at the northeast corner and
f59.50 at the southeast corner.
At a point on the west side 130 feet south
of the nouth line of Falrmount street tho
grade shall be 171. 0n and 373.00 at a point
on the fa-it side opposite thereto.
At the intersection with Blanchard
street the grade shall be 378. 50 at tl'.c
northwest and southwest corners ana
377.00 at the northeast and southeast cor-
ners.
At a point on the west side 130 feet south
of the south line of Blanchard street the
grade shall be 377.00 and 3'i6.00 at a point
on the east side opposite thereto.
At the lntsrsectlon with Winter street
tho grade shall be 367.00 at the northwest
and northeast corners and 365.00 at the
southwest and southeast corners.
At the intersection with Malabar str«et
the grade shall be 346.00 at the northwest
and northeast corners and 344.00 at the
southwest and southeast corners.
At the Intersection with Boulder street
the grade rhall be 332.00 at the northwest
corner and 330.00 at the southwest corner.
At the Intersection with Upper boule-
vard the gride shall bo 330.60 at the north-
east corner and 328.00 at the southeast
corner.
At a point on the west side 130 feet south
of the south line of Boulder street the
grade shall be 325.60 and 326.00 at a point
on the east sldo opposite thereto.
At the intersection with Folsom street
the grade shall be 326.50 at the northwest
corner and 327.60 at the southwest corner.
At the intersection with Clinton street
the grade shall be 328.00 at the northeast
corner and ?30.00 at the southeast corner.
At the Intersection with Cincinnati
Btreet the grade shall be 336.00 at the
northwest corner and 337.00 at the south-
west corner.
At the Intersection with the first alley
south of Clinton street the grade shall be
336.00 at the southeast corner.
At the intersection with the second al-
ley south of Clinton street the grade shall
be 337.00 at the northeast corner and 339.00
at a point on the west side opposite there-
to.
At the Intersection with Brooklyn ave-
nue the grade shall be 834.85 at the north-
west corner, as now established on Brook-
lyn avenue.
At the intersection of the produced east
line of Evergreen avenue with the pro-
duced north line of Brooklyn avenue the
g-ade shall be 335.00 as now established on
rooklyn avenue.
And at all points between said desig-
nated points the grade shall be estab-
lished so as to conform to a straight
line drawn between said designated
points.
Elevations refer to the top of th«
curb, are in feet and are above a plane
which Is 265 feet below City datum
plane.
Bee. 2. The City Clerk shall certify to
the passage of this Ordinance, and shall
cause the same to be published once in
The Los Angelo* Herald and thereupon
and thereafter It shall take effect ana be
in force.
I hereby certify that the foregoing Ord'-
nanoe was adopted by the Council of the
City of Los Angeles at Its meeting of
October 16, 1905.
H. J. LELANDE,
City Clerk
Approved this 18th day of October, 1905.
OWEN McALEER,
10-23 It Mayor.
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PUBLIC ADVERTISING
Notice of Street Work
Publio notice Is hereby given that on
Monday, the 2d day of October, A. D.
A.D. 1906, the Council of the City of
Los Angeles, did, at its meeting on
said day, adopt an Ordinance of Inten-
tion, numbered 11,702 (New Series), to
have the following work done, to wit:
Ist. That said
LORENA STREET,
: In said city from the northerly line ot
Stephenson avenue to the southerly
line of Fourth street. Including all In-
tersections of streets (excepting such
portions of said street and intersections
as are required by law to be kept in
order or repair by any person or com-
pany having railroad tracks thereon,
and also excepting such portions as
have already been graded and graveled
and accepted), be graded and graveled
to the official grade In accordance with
the plans and profile on file in tho
office of 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).
S(d. That a cement curb be con-
structed along each line of the road-
way of said Lorena street, from the
northerly curb line of Stephenson ave-
nue to the southerly line of Fourth
street (excepting along such portions
of the line of said roadway upon which
a cement or granite curb has already
boen constructed to the official line and
grade), In accordance with specifica-
tions for constructing cement curbs, on
file In the office of the City Clerk, said
specifications being No. 22 (New
Series)
3d. That a cement sidewalk five (6)
feet In width be constructed along the
westerly side of said Lorena street from
the northerly curb line of Stephenson
avenue to the produced center lino of
Plxth street extending east from said.
Sixth street; also along the easterly
sldo of said Sixth street from the nor-
therly curb line of Stephenson avenue
to the southerly line of Fourth street
(excepting such portions of said streot
between said points along which a
cement or asphalt sidewalk five (5)
feet in width has been constructed to
the official line and grade), said side-
walk to be constructed In accordance
with specifications for constructing
cement sidewalks on file In the office
ot the City Clerk of aald city, said
specifications being No. 23 (New
Series).
4th. That a cobble-paved guttor be
constructed along- each linn of the
roadway of said Lorena street from the
noriheriy curb line of Stephenson ave-
nue to the produced southerly line of
that certain alley situate between
Snblna street nnd Sixth street ancl ex-
tending easterly from said Lorena
strict: and from the produced north-
erly lino of Eagle street to tho south-
erly line of Fourth street; and acrosß
the intersections of said Lorena street
with Percy street and Sablna street,
tho alley on the east sldo of Lorena
street between Stephenson avenue and
Sahlna street (excepting along such
portions of the line of s»!d roadway
along which a cement or cobble-paved
KUtter has already been constructed to
the official line and grpde. nnd nlso ex-
cepting such portions ot »nld street and
Intersections as are required by law
to be kept in order or repair by any
person or company having rullroad
tracks thereon. .- '
Said gutters shall be thrre and one-
halt (3%) feet In width excepting at
Intersections of streets and nllsyn.
where said gutters shall be seven (7)
feet In width: and said gutters shall be
constructed In accordance with the
plans and profile therefor on file In the
offico of the City Engineer, and In ac-
cordance with specifications for the
construction of cobble-paved gutters
on file In the office of the City Clerk,
said specifications being No. 7 (New
Series).
Sec. 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 line, of
Bald street, Including the cost of Inter-
sections, and it is determined,
In pursuance of nn Act of tho Legisla-
ture of the State of California, ap-
proved February 27, 1893. as amended
by an Act of the Legislature amending
said last named Act. which amending
Act became a law March 2. 1899, that
bonds shall be Issued to represent the
coßt of said Improvement. Said bonds
shall b9 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
January of each year by coupon, after
their date, until tho whole are paid,
and to bear Interest at tha rate of
seven (7) per cent per annum, payable
seml-annually on tho second days -of
January and July of each and every
year.
Reference Is hereby made to sa!£ "irdl-
nance of Intention for further particulars.
JAMES HANLEY,
10-23-28 6t Street Superintendent.
Notice of Street Work
Public notice Is hereby given that on
Monday, the 2d day of October.
A.D. 1905, the Council of the City of
Los Angeles did, at Its meeting on said
day. adopt an Ordinance ot Intention
numbcrod 11,715 (New Series), to have
the following work done, to wit:
That a vitrified pipe sewer be con-
structed In said city In
HILL CREST DRIVE,
from westerly terminus to easterly
terminus between Iho points, on the
lines, at the elevations and on the
grades as are designated on the plan
nnd profile of said sewer on file In the
office of the City Engineer of said city,
said plan and profile being numbered
15,573 In the records of said office; said
newer shall bo built across such street
or alley Intersections, and with such
manholes, Junction chambers, flush-
tanks, Iron covers, steps and buckets,
and other appurtenances,. as are desig-
nated upon said plan and profile.
Said Improvement shall be con-
structed 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 specifica-
tions thorefor on file In the office of the
City Clerk of said city, said specifica-
tions being entitled "Specifications for
the construction of a sewer in Hill
Crest drive, from westerly terminus to
easterly terminus In the City of Los
Angeles," and which specifications were
approved by said Council at Its meeting
of October 2, 1905, 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'oplnlon of
Bald City Council. Is of more than looal
or ordinary public benefit, and said City
Council hereby declares that the district
In the said City ot Los Angeles benefited
by said work or Improvement, and to
be assessed to pay the costs and ex-
penses thereof. Is described as follows:
All that portion of the City of Los
Angeles included within the following
described exterior boundary line, to
wit:
Commencing 1 at the moßt northerly
corner of lot 25 of Map of Roselawn
place, as per map recorded in Book 2,
page 86 of Maps, Records of Los An-
geles County; thence from said point of
beginning southerly In a direct line
to the most easterly corner of said last
mentioned lot; thence westerly and par-
allel to the southerly line of Hill Crest
drlvs to the most southerly corner of
lot 81 of said last mentioned map;
thence northerly In a direct line to the
most westerly corner of said last men-
tioned lot; thence easterly along the
southerly line of Hill Crest drive to
the point of beginning.
Reference is hereby made to said Or-
dinance of Intention for further par-
ticulars.
JAMES HANLEY.
10-23-E8 6t Street Superintendent.
Notice Inviting Proposals for the Par-
chose of Boating and Refreshment
Privileges of Baatlnke Park.
Sealed proposals will be received by
the undersigned until the meeting of
the Board ot Park Commissioners on
Thursday, October 26, 1905, at 8:30 a. m.
for the boating and refreshment priv-
ileges of Eastiake Park.
The term of lease will be for two
years ccmmunclng November 1, 1905.
All bids to be accompanied by a cer-
tified check for J2OO drawn In favor of
Owen McAleer, Chairman of the Board,
as a guarantee that the bidder will
enter into the contract In oonformlty
with the bid if same is awarded to him.
The Board of Park Commissioners
reserve the right to reject any and all
' iS ' R. H. MULLALLY,
Secretary of the Board of Park Com-
missioners,
Room No. 16, City Hall.
10-21-25 Dt
. ; PUBLjC ADVERTISING
Notice of Street Work
Publio notice Is hereby given that on
Monday, tho 2d day of October, A.D. 1905,
the Council of the City of Los Angeles
did, at its meeting; on said day, adopt
an Ordinance of Intention, numbered
11,701 (New Series), to have the follow-
ing work done, to wit:
Ist. That said
HYPERION AVENUE,
in said city from the south line ot
Sunset boulevard to a point 400
foet south of the south line
of Delmar avenue, including all
Intersections of streets (excepting such
portions of said street and intersections
as are required by law to be kept In
order or repair by any person or com-
pany having railroad tracks thereon,
and also excepting such portions as
have already been graded and graveled
and accepted), be graded and graveled
to the official grade In accordance with
the plans and profile on file In the
office of the City Engineer and speci-
fications for the construction of grav-
eled streets, Class C, In the City of
Los Angeles, on file in the office of the
City Clerk of snld city, said specifica-
tions bolng No. 28 (Now Series).
2d. That a cement curb be con-
struoted along each line of the roadway
of said Hyperion avenue, from the
south curb line of Sunset boulevard to
a point 400 feet south of tho
south line of Delmar avenue (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 accordance with speclfl-
catlors for constructing cement curbs,
on file in the office of the City Clark,
said specifications being No. 22 (New
Series).
3d. That a cement sidewalk five (3)
feet in width be constructed along
th« easterly side of said Hyperion ave-
nu» from the south curb line of Sunset
boulevard to a point 100 foot north of
the produced north line uf Delmar ave-
nue and from a point 50 feet south of
produced south line of Delmar avenue
t> a point 350 foet south ol said pro-
duced south lino of said Delmar ave-
nue; and along the westerly side of
said Hyperion avenue from the south
curb lino of Sunßet boulevard to a
point 200 feet north of the
north line of Delmar avenue
(excepting suoh portions of salt!
■treet between said points along which
a cement or asphalt sidewalk five (fc>)
feet In width has been constructed to
the official line and grade), said side-
walk to be constructed in accordance
with specifications 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 a cobble-paved gutter be
constructed along each line of the
roadway of said Hyperion avenue from
a point three and one-half feet north
of the south curb line ot Sunset boule-
vard to a point 400 feet south of the
south line of Delmar avenue and across
Hyporion avenuo along the produced
north curb line of Delmar avenue (ex-
cepting along such portions of the line ot
said roadway along which a cement or
cobble-paved gutter has already been
constructed to the official line and grade,
and also excepting such portions of snld
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-hnlf
f3V4) feet In width excepting at intersec-
tions of streets, whore said gut-
ters shall bo seven (7) feet In width;
and said gutters shall be constructed In
accordance with the plans and profllo
therefor on file In tha office of the City
Engineer, and in ncordanco with specifi-
cations for the construction of oobble-
paved gutters, on file In the office of the
City Clerk, said specifications being No.
7 (New Series).
Sec. 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. Including the cost of Inter-
sections, and tt Is determined,
In pursuanco of an Act of the Legisla-
ture of the State of California, ap-
proved February 27, 1R93, as amended
by an Act of the Legislature amending
said last named Act. which amending
Act became a law March 2. 1899, that
bonds shall be Issued to represent the
cost of said lmpro\-ement. Bald bonds
shall be serial, extending over a period
of ten years, an even proportion of the
principal sum ot which shall be pay-
ablo annually, on the second day of
January of ench year by coupon, after
their dato until tho whole are paid,
and to bear interest at the rate of
seven (") per cent per annum, payable
seml-annually on the second days of
January and July of each and every
Reference Is hereby made to said Or-
dinance of Intention for further par-
UoUlarß - JAMES HANLET.
10-23-28 6t Street Superintendent.
Ordinance No. 11,843
(New Series.)
An Ordinance of the Mayor and Council
of the City of Los Angeles, establishing
the grade of Waterloo street, from Belle-
vue avenue to Kane street.
The Mayor and Council of the City of
Los Angeles do ordain as follows:
Section 1. That the grade of
WATERLOO STREET,
from Bellevue avenue to Kane street, is
hereby established in accordance with the
following elevations:
At the Intersection with Bellevue ave-
nue the grad» shall be 437.60 at the north-
east and northwest corners, as now es-
tablished on Bellevue avenue.
At a point on the west side 40 feet north
of the north line of Bellevue avenue the
grade shall be 439.30 and 439.27 at a point
on the east side opposite thereto.
At a point on the west side 60 feet north
of the north line of Bellevue avinue the
grade shall be 440.10 and 440.08 at a point
on the east side opposite thereto.
At a point on the west side 80 feet north
of tho north line of Bellevue avenue tha
grade shall be 440.71 and 440.70 at a point
on the east side opposite thereto.
At a point on the west side 100 feet north
of the north line of Bellevue avenue the
grade shall be 441.13 and 4-U.J3 at a point
on the east side opposite thereto.
At a point on the west sido 120 feet north
of the north line of Bellevue avenue the
grade shall be 441.35 and 441.85 at a point
on the east side opposite thereto.
At a point on the west side 140 feet north
of the north line of Uellevue avenue the
grade shall be 441.38 and 441.38 at a point
on the east side opposite thereto.
At a point on the west side 160 feet north
of tho north line of Bellevue avenue the
grade shall be 441.22 and 441.22 at a point
on the east side opposite thereto.
At the intersection with Kane stroet the
grade shall be 431). w at toe southeast cor-
ner and 439. 00 at a potnt on the west side
opposite thereto, as now established.
And at all 'points between Bald desig-
nated points the grade shall be established
so as to conform to a straight line drawn
between said designated points.
Elevations refer to the top of the curb,
are in feet and are above a plane which
Is 255 feet below City datum plane.
See. 2. The City Clerk shall certify
to the passage of this Ordinance, and shall
cause the same to be published once in
the Los Angeles Herald, and thereupon
and thereafter It shall take effect and be
in force.
I hereby certify that the foregoing Or-
dinance was adopted by the Council of
the City of Los Angeles at its meeting of
Octooer 16, 1905.
H. J. LELANDB.
City Clerk.
Approved this 19th day of October, 1905.
OWIiN McALEBR,
10-23 It Mayor.
Ordinance No. 11,867
(New Series.)
An Ordinance of the Mayor and
Council of the City of Los Angeles, fix-
Ing and establishing the curb lines on a
certain street in the City of Los An-
geles.
The Mayor and Council of the City of
Los Angeles do ordain as follows:
Section 1. The east and west curb
lines of
AVENUE TWENTY-SIX.
from the produced north line of Leon
street, to the south line of Dayton ave-
nue are hereby fixed and established
parallel to and distant twenty-three
(23) feet at right angles from the cen-
ter line of said Avenue Twenty-six as
now established between said limits.
Sec. 2. The City Clerk shall certify
to the passage of this Ordinance and
shall cause the same to be published
once in the Los Angeles Herald, and
thereupon and thereafter It shall take
effect and be in force.
I hereby certify that the foregoln*
Ordinance was adopted by the Council
of the City of Los Angeles at its meet-
Ing <*■ October 16, 1905.
H. J. LELANDE. .
City Clerk.
Approved this 19th day -of October,
I '° ' "OWENMcALEER, :
10-23 It '. Mayor.
PUBLIC ADVERTISING
Notice of Street Work
Publio notice Is hereby given that on
Monday, the 2d day of October, A. £>.
1906, the Council of the City ot Los An-
geles did, at its meeting on said day,
adopt an Ordinance of Intention, No.
11,710 (New Series), to have the follow-
ing work done, to wit:
Ist. That
SPENCE STREET
in said city from the northerly line of
Stephenson avenue to the southerly line
of Percy street, from the northerly line
of said Percy street to the southerly line
of Sablna street, and from the northerly
line of said Sablna Btreet to the southerly
line of Sixth street. Including all Intersec-
tions of streets (excepting such portions
of said street and Intersections as urn
required by law to be kept in order or
repair by any person or company having
railroad tracks thereon, and also except-
ing such portions as have already been
graded and graveled and accepted), be
graded and graveled to the official grade
In accordance with the plans and profile
on file In the office ot the City Engineer
and specifications for the construction of
Civcied stroets. Class A, in the City of
s Angeles, on file in the of flee of the
City Clerk of said city, said specifications
being No. 26 (New Series).
2d. That a cement curb be constructed
along oach line of the roadway of said
Spence street from the northerly curb
line of Stephenson avenue to the south-
erly line of Percy street; from the north-
erly line of said Percy street to the
southerly line of Sablna street, and from
the northerly line of said Sablna street
to the southerly lino of Sixth street (ex-
cepting along such portions of the line
of said roadway upon which a cement or
franlte curb has already been constructed
o tho official line and grade), In accord-
ance with specifications for constructing
cement curbs, on file In the office of the
City Clerk, said specifications being No.
22 (New Series).
3d. That a cement sidewalk five (5)
feet In width be constructed along each
tide of said Spence street from the north-
erly curb line of Stephenson avenue to
the southerly line of Percy street; from
the northerly line of said Percy street to
the southerly line of Sablna street, and
from the northerly line of Bald Sabir.a
street to the southerly line of Sixth street,
(excepting such portions of said street
between said points along which a cement
or asphalt sidewalk five (5) foet in width
has been constructed to the official lino
and grade), said sidewalk to be con-
structed In accordance with specifications
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 a cobble-paved gutter be con-
structed along each line of the roadway
of said Spence street from tha northerly
curb line of Stephenson avenue to the
southerly line of Percy stroet; from the
northerly line of said Percy street to the
southerly line of Sablna street, and from
the northerly line of said Sablna street
to the southerly line of Sixth street; also
across the Intersections of said Spence
street with all alleys between said Steph-
enson avenue and said Sixth street (ex-
cepting along such portions of the line of
said roadway along which a cement or
cobble-paved gutter has already been
constructed 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
(3W> feet In width excepting at intersec-
tions- ot streets and alleys, where said
gutters shall be seven (7) feet In width;
and said gutters shall be constructed In
accordance with the plans and profile
therefor on file in the office of the City
Engineer, and In acordance with specifi-
cations for the construction of cobble-
paved gutters, on file in the office of the
City Clerk, said specifications being No.
7 (New Series).
Bee. 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 line of
said stroet, Including the cost of Inter-
sections, and It Is determined,
In pursuanco of an Act of the Legisla-
ture ot the State of California, ap-
proved February 27, 1893, as amended
by an Act of the Legislature amending
said last named Act. which amending
Act became a law March 2, 1899, that
bonds shall be Issued to represent 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
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
semi-annually on the second days of
January and July of each and every
year.
Reference is hereby made to said Ordi-
nance of Intention for further particu-
lfl ™ JAMES HANLET.
10-23-28 6t Street Superintendent.
Ordinance No. 11,830
(New Series.)
An Ordinance of the Mayor and Council
of the City of Los Angeles, establishing
the grade of Folsom street, from Ever-
green avenue to Dobtnson street.
The Mayor and Council of the City of
Los Angeles do ordain as follows:
Section 1. That the grade of
FOLSOM STREET,
from Evergreen avenue to Doblnson
street, Is hereby established In accordance
with the following elevations:
At the Intersection with Evergreen ave-
nue the grade shall be 326.60 at the north-
west corner and 327.50 at the southwest
corner.
At the intersection with Forest avenue
the grade shall be 316.60 at the north-
east corner, 315.00 at the southeast and
northwest corners, and 314.50 at the south-
west corner.
At a point on the north side 260 feet east
of the east line of Doblnson street the
grade shall be 319.34 and 31U.27 at a point
on the south side opposite thereto.
At a point on the north side 240 feet east
of the east line of Doblnson street the
grade shall be 319.67 and 319.63 at a point
on the south side opposite thereto.
At a point on the north side 220 feet east
of the east line of Doblnson street the
grade shall be 320.21 and 320.21 at a point
on the south side opposite thereto.
At a point on the north side 200 teet east
of the east line of Doblnson street tho
grade shall be 320.96 and 821.00 at a point
on the south side opposite thereto.
At a point on the north side 180 feet east
of the east line of Doblnson street the
grade shall be 321.93 and 322.05 at a point
on the south side opposite thereto.
At a point on the north side 160 feet east
of the east line of .Doblnson street tho
grade shall be 323.11 and 323.31 at a point
on the south side opposite thereto.
At a point on the north side 140 feet east
of the east line of Doblnson street the
grade shall be 824.60 and 324.80 at a point
on the south side opposite thereto.
- At the Intersection with Doblnson street
the grade shall be 335.00 at the northeast
corner and 326.00 at the southeast corner.
And at all points between said desig-
nated points the grade shall be es-
tablished so as to conform to a straight
line drawn between said designated
points.
Elevations refer to the top of the
curb, are in feet, and are above a plane
which Is 265 feet below City datum
P Sec!" 2. The City Clerk shall certify to
the passage of this Ordinance, and shall
cause the same to be published once in the
Los Angeles Herald, and thereupon and
thereafter It shall take effect and be in
force.
I hereby certify that the foregoing Or-
dinance was adopted by the Council of
the City of Los Angeles at its meeting of
October 16, 1905.
H. J. LELANDB,
City Clerk.
Approved this 19th day of October, 1905.
OWEN MOALBER,
10-28 It Mayor.
Ordlnnnce No. 11,858
(New Series).
An Ordinance of the Mayor and Council
of the City of Los Angeles fixing and es-
tablishing the curb lines on a certain
street In the City of Los Angeles.
The Mayor and Council of the City of
Los Angeles do ordain as follows:
Section 1. That the curb lines on
each side of
DAYTON AVENUE.
between Loreto street and Amabel
street are hereby fixed and established
eight (8) feet distant from the property
lines of said Dayton avenuo bctweon
the aforesaid limits.
Sec. 2. The City Clerk shall certify to
the passage of this Ordinance and shall
cause the same to be published ■ once In
the Los Angeles Herald, and thereupon
and thereafter it shall take effect and
I hereby certify that the foregoing Or-
dlnanoe was adopted by the Council of
the City of Los Angeles at its meeting cf
October 16. 1905. £_, LBLANDB
City Clerk.
Approved this 19th day of October,
1 " OWEN McAXEER. "'
10-23 It Mayor.
_I»UgLICAC^
Ordlnnnce No. 11,810 i
(New Series.)
An Ordinance of the Mayor and Council
of the City of Los Angeles, declaring their
Intention to construct a sewer in said city
In Toluca Btreet and Colton street.
The Mayor and Council of the City of
Los Angeles do ordain as follows: >
Section 1. That the public interest and
convenience require and that it Is the in-
tention of the Council of tho City of Los
Angoles to order the following work to be
done, to wit:
That a vitrified pipe sewer be construct-
ed in said city in
TOLUCA STREET,
from Second street to Colton
street; In Colton street, from
Toluca street to Kern streot,
between the points, on the lines, at thi
elevations and on the grades as are desig-
nated on the plan and profile of said
sewer on file In the office of the City En-
gineer of said city, said plan and profile
being numbered 11,670 In tho 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, aa are
designated upon said plan and profile.
Said Improvement shall be constructed
In accordance with said plan and profile;
In accordance with plans Noa. 25,462,
25,455, 24,748 and 26,453 on file In the
office of the said City Engineer; and In
further accordance with tho specifications
therefor on file in the offico of the City
Clerk of said city, said specifications
being entitled "Specifications for the
construction of a sower in Toluca
street, from Second street to Colton
street; In Colton street from Toluca street
to Kern street in the City of Los An-
geles," and which specifications were ap-
Broved8 roved by said Council at its meeting of
ctober 16, 1905, which said plan and pro-
file, 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 public benefit, and said City
Council hereby declares that the district
In the said Clry 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:
AH that portion of the Cltv of Los An-
gelos Included within the following de-
scribed exterior boundary line, to wit:
Commencing at the most westerly
corner of lot 20, block 10 of Subdivision
Map of lot 8 block 39 Hancock Survey,
as per map recorded In Book 5, page 69,
Miscellaneous Records of Los Angeles
County; thence from said point of be-
ginning northerly in a direct line to the
most northerly corner of said lot 20,
said point of beginning: being on the
northerly line of First street; thence
westerly in a direct line to the most
westerly corner of lot 21 of said block
10; thence northerly In a direct line to
the most northerly corner of lot 27 of
said block 10; thence easterly In a
direct line to the most westerly corner
of lot 1 of said block 10; thence north-
erly in a direct line to the most north-
erly corner of said last mentioned lot,
said last mentioned point being on the
southerly line of Colton street; thenco
easterly along the said southerly line of
Colton street to a point at the Intersec-
tion of the said last mentioned line
with the said westerly line of Toluca
street; thence easterly in a direct line
to the most westerly corner of lot 1 of
Map of the Los Angeles Improvement
Co. s Subdivision of part of lot 8, block
39, Hancock's Survey, as per map re-
corded in Book 7, page 65, Miscellan-
eous Records of said county; thence
northerly in a direct lino to the most
northerly corner of said last mentioned
lot; thence easterly and parallel to tho
northerly line of Colton street to tho
most easterly corner of lot 7 of said last
mentioned map; thence southerly in a di-
rect line to the most southerly corner of
raid last mentioned lot; thenco west-
erly In a direct line to the most
easterly corner of lot 1 of Map
of Los Angeles Improvement Co.'s Sub-
division of block 9 In lot 8, block 39,
Hancocks Survey, as per map recorded
in Book 7, page 10, Miscellaneous Rec- .
ords of said county; thence southerly
in a direct line to the most southerly
corner of said last mentioned lot;
thence westerly in a direct line to the
most southerly corner of lot Si of said
last mentioned map; thence south&rly
in a direct line to the most southerly
corner of lot 21 of said last mentioned
map: thence westerly In a direct line
to the most easterly corner of lot 20 of
said last mentioned map; thence south-
erly and parallel to the easterly line of
said Toluca street to a point on the
northerly line of First street; thence
westerly along said northerly line of .
First stnet to the point of beginning.
Sec. 3. That the Street Superintendent
of said city shall cause to be conspicu-
ously posted along the line of said con-
templated work or improvement. In th«
manner and form required by law, notices
of the passage of this Ordinance, and he
shall also cause a notice similar In sub-
stance to be published for six days In the
Los Angeles Herald, a daily newspaper
Rubllshed and circulated In said city, and
ereby designated by the said City Coun-
cil for such publication.
Sec. 4. The said City Clerk shall certify
to the passage of this Ordinance and
cause the same to bo published by two
insertions thereof In the Los Angeles
Herald, and shall cause the said Ordi-
nance to be posted conspicuously for two
days on or near the chamber door of the
said Council, and thereupon and there-
after It shall take effect and be in force.
I hereby certify that the foregoing Or-
dinance was adopted by the Council of the
City of Los Angeles at Its meeting of
October IS. 1906, by the following vote:
Ayes — Messrs. Blanchard, Ford, Ham-
mon, Healy, Hlller, Houghton, Kern,
Smith and Summeriand g^^
City Clerk and ex-offlclo Clerk of the
Council of the City of Los Angeles.
Approved this 19th day of October,
190B> OWEN MoALHBB.
10-23-8* 2t Mayor.
" Ordlnnneo No. 11,832
(New Series.)
An Ordinance declaring the Intention of
the Mayor and Council of the City of Lo«
Angeles to establish the grade of Avenue
Fifty-one, from Montezuma street to the
soui'i line of Myers and Kulll's Highland
Park terrace, aa per map recorded in
Book 7 of Maps, at page 106, Records of
Los Angeles County.
The Mayor and Council of the City ot
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
AVENUE FIFTY-ONE,
from Montezuma street to the south line
of Myers and Kulll's Highland Park ter-
race, as per map reoorded in Book 7 or
Maps, at page 1«, Reoords of Los An-
geles County, In accordance with the fol-
lowing elevations:
At the intersection with Monteiuma
street the grade shall be 637.60 at the
southwest corner and 636.00 at the south-
east corner. „ .
At a point on the west elde, 20 feet
south of the south line of Montecuma
street, the grade shall be 637.67, and 638.69
at a point on the east side opposite
At a' point on the west side, 40 feet
south of the south line of Monteauma
street, the grade shall be 637.22, and 636.77
at a point on the east side opposite
At 6 a' point on the west side. 60 feet
south of the south line of Montezuma
street, the grade shall be 636.66, and 636.60
at a point on the east side opposite
A™ a' point on the west side, 80 feet
south of the south line of Montezuma
street, the grade shall be 635.65, and 638.78
at a point on the east side opposite
At a point on the west side, 100 feet
south o? the south line of Montezuma
street, the grade shall be 634.25, and 634.62
at a point on the east side opposite
th At et a" point on the west side, 120 feet
south of the south line of Montezuma
street, the grade shall be 632.69, and 633.0(1
at a point on the east side opposite
At e the Intersection with said south line
of Myers and Kulli's Highland Park ter-
race ¥he grade shall be 606.00 on the west
side and 603.00 on the east side.
And at all points between said deslgr-
nated points the grade shall be estab-
lished so as to conform to a straight
line drawn between said designated
Elevations refer to the top of the curb,
are In feet and are above a plane which
Is 255 feet below City datum plane.
Seo. 2. The City Clerk shall certify to
the passage of this Ordinance, and shall
cause the same to be published for ten
days In the Los Angeles Herald, and
thereupon and thereafter it shall tike
b S«W?&t the foregoing
Ordinance was adopted by the Council of
the City of Los Angeles at its meeting ot
October 16. 1905. LEbANDB ,
City Clerk.
Approved this l^y^^V 99 * 5 '
10-21-tl, 11-l-10t ilayor.

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