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COMMON COUNCIL fro*** Pr«r«JU( K*gr ) honorable body that I am In receipt of * v the following communication from Bec r rotary of State Frederlok C. Martin dale. Respectfully submitted, RICHARD LINDHAY, City Clok. The following la the communication ~F*ferred to: Mr Richard Lindsay, City Clerk. De troit Dear Sir—Replying to your letter of November 13th. 1 have to acknowledge coplea of the charter amendment* of the City of Drtrott. which have been Sled In this office a* of November nth ■_ Very respect fully, j* FRBDKRICK C. MARTIN DA LE. Secretary of State Accepted and placed on Ale From the Clerk. Te the Honorable the Common Council: Gentlemen I b**g to advise your honorable body that the following liquor dealers applications and bonds under Act 291 of the Public Acts of 1993, as amended, have been Tiled In iny oft Ice: Applications. 1922-—Joseph Ntgbor. for transfer from 66 Lockwood avenue to 133* Pennsylvania avenue. 19iir—Thomas Ouraki, for transfer from 1368 Bt. Aubln avenue to 66 Lock* Wood avenue. 1924—Stanislao* Paczosny. for trans fer from 1128 Military avenue to 1368 St. Aubln avenue. ltle—Paul Kolbe, for trunsfer from IM-6 Wayne street to 1496-97 Wood ward avenue 1911—Nova Hsrcseg, for transfer from 1159 Riopelle street to 207 Wight street. 1937—Theodore Hauser, for transfer from 616 Trombly avenue to ISO Cope land avenue. Alex. Wei*man. for transfer from 116 Jefferson avenue east to 133 Michigan avenue Robert Ned or lander (wholesale*, at •1 Monroe avenue Bo ml*. Thomas GarskJ, for 66 Lockwood avenue. Stanislaus Paoaeany, for lift St. jLubin iventiM • Mathew Lafatsk, for >O6 TUvard street. t tdward lesClhaaoe. for 1646 Rnssell •tree*. IMward £. Wtrth. for 3300 Gratiot avenue. Keapeetfudly submitted, , RICHARD LINDSAY, City Clerk. _ Referred to Committee on Liquor Regulation. Or (Usance -Uoanimons consent being granted 1 OS. Littlefield offered the following eat of order: TWELFTH W ARD iaOrtttsssM to amend Section T. of an tsrdlannee entitled. “As erdlnenee to *egmlate tk# nee. bend ling, storage and sale es Isleaunsble liquid*, and the prod sets thereof In the lit; of Detroit/’ approved October IS. I»14. IT 18 HERBSY ORDAINED BY THE PEOPLE OF THE CITY OF DETROIT: Section 1. That Section 7 of 3 an ordinance entitled. “An ordi -3 nanoe to regulate the use. handling, 4 storage and sale of inflammable 6 liquids and the products thereof • In the City of Detroit,'* approved T October 13th. 1914, be and the • same Is hereby amended to read t as follows: Sec. 7. The following fees shall 1 I be paid annually for permits to 1 3 the City Boiler Inspector, who i 4 shall keep a complete record there- i 6 of. separate and distinct from all 6 other fees, and shall dally pay 7 over to the City Treasurer all > feea collected each day and take 9 the City Treasurer's receipt there -10 for, and file on the first of each 11 month with the City Controller a 1 12 full and complete report of the 13 fees received for the previous 14 month: 16 Garage permit (with or wlth -16 out storage) f 300 17 Storage permit 1.00 18 Retail dealers’ permit . 2.00 10 Painters' permit 2.00 20 Pnlnt and oil dealers’ permit 2.00 21 Jobbers' permit 6d>© 22 Permit for each tank wagon .50 >3 Manufacturers' permit 500 24 Dry cleaners' permit 10 00 26 Spotters (dry cleaning) per il . mit /. 6.00 Read twice by tltlet ordered printed an<l referred to Committee on Ordi nances. REPORTB OF COMMITTEES Ways and Meant. To the Honorable the Common Council: \ Gentlemen Your Committee on "Ways and Means, to whom wae re- , ferred the reports of the various city officers for the week ending November j Mat. 1914. reape. tfully report that with the Chief Aecountant we have exam ined the same, and believing them to be correct, recommend their approval Respectfully submitted. JAMES VERNOR £ JOHN LODGE. [. , JOHN T. THOMPSON. GODFREY FREIWAI.R JOHN L. JAKEL JOHN L OUTHARD. JOSEPH SCHEMANSKY. Accepted and adopted as follows: ' Teas Aid. Behlow, Blell, Burton. CAse. De Uulan. Dill. Field. F>e!wald. Qllnnan. (luthard, H Indie Jakel, Keat- 1 Inc. Krapp. Larnpke, Littlefield, Lodge, Nawe. O’Brien. Owen. Reinhardt. Rutter., Bchemanskv. Skrzycki, Thompson. Ver nor, WartelU Mrrzel and the President —None. w Aid. Goldner entered and took hie •eat. By t / Ways and Meant. T<> the Honorable the Common Council: - Gentlemen Your Committee on Ways and Means, to whom was r»«~ f erred the communication from the Beard of Poor Commissioners request- B additional appropriation for the e of employing a pharmacist, mrees and stenographer, for ra the city physicians who are now hlng one and a half hour office ally, respectfully report we have the matter consideration and he- . f the services of a pharmacist , Redeesary to take charge of the dis-j pens ary In order that the city phy- , AlalAns may ce able to give more time zor caring for patients awaiting treat- • mant. recommend that this Item be al- I lowea. ar well as the services of a stenographer for a period »of five months In the Relief Department, In- : stead of seven as requested, at a sal- 1 •nr of $<04.00 per year, the same to be Mdd from the Contingent Fund. In ! reference to the employment of three additional nurses, your Committee rec ommends that no action be taken at this time. The following resolution is, offered for adoption. Respectfully submitted, •iA.\lKg VKRn6r. g. - JOHN LODOF. K* JOHN T THOMPSON. GODFREY FRF. I WALD. | - JOHN L JAKEU JACOB OUTHARD. Kg ; JOS. 9CHKMANSKY. Accepted, and o’n leave, the following I resolution was offered: By Aid Vernor; • Resolved, That the City Controller be and be la hereby authorised and di rected »9 appropriate from the Con tingent Fund, a total sum of 1*21.1*. the aatd sum to be expended by the Hoard of Poor Commissioners for sal aries of one pharmacist from Decem ber 1. I*l4, to July 1. 1915, at $1,000.00 per annum, amounting to $r.K3 33. und one stenographer for Relief Depart ment for h period of Ave months at the rate of s<oo.oo per annum, amount ing to SZSO GO on account of Increase In work In City Physicians’ Depart ment. Adopted as follows: Tees—Aid. Behlow. BU-U, Burton, Case. De Gtt’en, Dill. Field, Frelwsld. J Gl'r.nan. Goldner, Out hard. Hindis, Jakel, Keating Krapp. Lempke, Littlefield.' Now.c, crßrlen. Owen. Reinhardt, | Rutter. Bch*mnnsky. flkrzycki. Thomp mp. vernor, Wattell. Wenzel and the: . President S# B Naya—Nona „ • -*-n Wsye and Means. Mb U* Honorable the Common Council:' - Your Committee on 1 Way* and Means, to Whom was referred r the communication from the Board of Awiseeors. leo ueetlna a total appro- i f prlatton of sf7«.?e. tne same being In Elßymeet of bills incurred for office \ furniture, patptlhg. repairs ete.. r*. •psrtfully report we have had the same lender '“onelderatlon and find that the ' Item* making up the shove amount f|»vir Unforeseen necessities tn eonnec flex with the work of changing partt ttona and remodallng the A«»e»*...r.. .if 1 the same be paid out of the Continuant 1 Kurd, and therefore offer the follow -1 Ins resolution. Respectfully submitted. JAMES VKRNOK, JOHN V. LDPOE, JOHN T. THOMPSON * GODFREY FR El WALD. lOIIN 1- JAKEL IA COB OUTHARD. JOS BCHBMANBKY. Accepted »»nd on leave, the following was offered: Hy Aid. Vurnor: Resolved. That the City Controller be and he Is hereby authorised and In structed to pay bills presented by the persons and Arms hereinafter mention ed In the sums specified, out of the Contingent Fund, to wit: George J Helndel & C 0........... 956 23 Ernst Kern : 85 96 .1 P. Donnelly 10-40 Bernhardt Jacob 66 19 C. E. Burch 6000 the saire being for office furniture, painting repairs to furniture »»nd flx lures. etc, mode necessary In connec tion with woik .of remodeling Asses sors’ office Adopted hs follows: Ve«s—Aid tb-hlow, Blell. Burton, Case. IV Galan, Pill, Field. PretWuld, Gltnnan. Goldier, Guthani Hindis. Jakel KUi.tlng Krapp, Lempke, I.lttleAeld, Lodge, Xowc, o’ Hrlen, Owen. Reinhardt, Rutter Schemanskv Pkriyckl. Thomp son, Vernor, Wartell, Werzel and the President —3O Nays—None Claims and Accounts. To the Honorable the Common Council: Gentlemen Your Committee on Claims and Accounts, to whom wan re , ferred the Controller’s list of Approved Accounts of November 24th. 1914. re spectfully report that we have sxamin -1 ed the same, and believing them to be , correct, recommend that they be paid from the proper funds. Respectfully submitted. PATRICK O BRIEN. MOKES WAKTELL ELM HR 1). CASK. ROBERT W*. RUTTER ANTHONY NOWC. OTTO REINHARDT Accepted and adopted as follows. Yen*—Aid. Uehlow, BU4I. Burton, Case. De Galan, IMH. Field. Fr*iwuJU. GUnnan, Goldner, Guthaxd. Hlndle. Jake), K'eatlng. Krspp. Lempke. Littlefield, Lodge. Nowc, O'Brien, Owen, Reinhardt, Rutter. Bchemansky. Skrayckt. Thomp son. Vtrnor. Wan tell, Wensel and the President—3o Nays—None. Streets To the Honorable the Common Council: Gentlemen—Your Committee on Streets to whom was referred the pe tition of T. C. Starret (2047), for per mit to construct a spur tjack across West Jefferson avenue between Swain and Minnie avenues, commuting prop erty owned by petitioner on the north 'and south sides of West Jefferson avs : nut* with Wabash railroad, respectfully report we have hail the same under j consideration, have examined the plans submitted, and seeing no objection thereto, recommend that the request be granted and therefore offer the follow ! mg resolution. Respectfully submitted. SHERMAN LITTLEFIELD, GKO. A. OWEN, HLMGR D CASE. STEPHEN 8. SKRZYCKI. Accepted, and on leave, the follow ing resolution was offered: By Aid. Keating: Resolved. That subject to the condi- I tlona provisions, restrictions and lim- I Rations, contained la an ordinance en • 1 titled: “An Ordinance to provide for ! the oonatruetton, maintenance and op eration of sidetracks and spurtracks ' upon and across any public strevt or j highway In the city of Detroit, ap -1 proved mission and authority be and the same Is hereby given and granted to T. C. Ftarret to construct, maintain and op erate a sidetrack across West Jefferson avenue between Hwaln and Minnie ave ; nues. in accordance with the map and survey thereof on Ale In the ofnee of the Commissioner of Public Works; provided that no work Is to be done on the construction of said spur track by the above mentioned erantee until said grantee shall file with the City Clerk & good and sufficient surety bond In the sum of 95.000.00 to Indemnify, save and keep harmless the City of Detroit. 1 from any and all costs, damages or expense of any kind whatsoever which ! may be suffered by the City of Detroit or which It may be put to or which may accrue against hy charging to or recovering from said city from or by reason of the granting .of permission to construct said spur track or from or by reason of any act* or things don* under or by authority or permission herein granted Said bond shall be ' kept In force throughout the life of this permit, and shall If necessary, bs renewed whenever so directed by reso lution bf the Common Council. Said grantee hereinbefore mentioned and to whom said permit is grantsd shall also submit to and file with the Depart ment of Public Works, detailed plans and specifications of the proposed spur or side rrjwk \yhich said plans and spe cifications are to be approved by eald department, and further provided that all of said work be done undsr the supervision of said last mentlonsd department. Provided. Further. That said gran tee files with the City clerk within 16 days an agreement In writing, waiving therein all damages that may result or accrue to said grantee or assignee, by reason of the separation of grades, on account of said side-track: and aalfi agreement le approved by the Corpora tion Counsel as being correct In form And execution and accepted by the Common Council Provided. That said grantee files with the City Clerk within fifteen days from the date of the approval hereof, an agreement to plank the roadway between the sidetracks and for a dist ance of eighteen inches outside there of. covering the sidetracks for whtoh this permission Is granted and main tain the same and forever hereafter keep the *y?ie In good repair to the entire satis (action of the Department of Public Worke during the life of the perTTiltxtnn granted to said grantee bjr said department; that the necessity for nil repairing, planking and replank ing of the space between the said traoke and alongside thereof or repair ing, paving or repaving of said street between the tracks and for a dletano* of 18 Inches outside thereof. Is to be determined by the said Department of Public Works and should the same be ordered to be paved at any future tinea bjr the said department and the said grantee refuses to comply with the in structions of mid department to re pair. pave, ropav* or resurface the tracks and eighteen Inches outside thereof, the Department of Public Worke shall cause eald work to be • lone and the expense thereof shall be a proper charge against said grantee collectible In ai.y court of competent | Jurisdiction; and provided, further That the said grantee shall save harmless th» City of Detroit from any and all damages growing out of the defective condition of said roadway nnk for a distance of 18 inches outside 1 thereof, In the event that eald dam ages accrue when said defective con >dltlon of aald roadway haa not been 'brought to the attention of the Depart ment of Public Work* Adopted its follows: leas—Aid Behlow. Rlell, Rurton. Cage, be Galan. Dill, Field, Frelwsld. Gllnnan. Goldner. Outhard, Hlndle. Jakel. ] Keating Krapp, lempke. Littlefield. I Lodge Nowc O’Brien. Owen. Reinhardt. P.utler fichemaitsky. Skrzycki. Thomp son. Vernor, Wartell, Wensel end the i President —SB Nays—-None Streets. To the Honorable the Common Council: Gentlemen^—Your Committee on i .Streets to whom was referred the peti tions of O C. Allen (2015), .E. Mack Morris (1963), Doty A Stewart (2012), Cass Avenue Electric Garage (19«tl), and Woodward Tire A Repair Cos. (1984) for permits to Install combina tion gasoline discharge systems and lighting posts at curb line In front of various locations, and of Philip Jacoby (I960), for permit to Install six gaso lino uink* In alley in rear of 63 How ard street, respectfully report we have had the name . under consideration, have consulted with the Corporation Counsel and are by him advised that the charter amendment adopted at the .•]*•, tloa Not ltd telatlv* to the grant ing of permits for the occupation of streets. applies to privileges of the na ture requested In the above petitions and therefore recommend that the same be denied. Respectfully submitted. MAURICE J. KEATfNtJ, SHERMAN LITTLE FI ELD. GEO. A OWEN F.I.MF.R D. CABK, , V STEPHEN 8. HkAzyCKT.' , ■'Accepted and adopted Itreete. Toth* Honorable the Common Council: GeaUemea Year unmatlM . *a THE DETROIT TIMES, W#IVKSUAY, IfOTBMBER 25, 19 14. Streets, to whom was referred the tltion of William 0. Morrison (140#). requesting the privilege of ** , J**f ,5 waste paper from store* and noteie. and of y W. Martin. *t al.. (1461). pro testing against the acceptance of pav ing on Rademaohar avenue and re questing the payment for same »>• neia up. owing to allege! unsatisfactory condition of the pavement, respect fully report we l»6ve had the same un der consideration and recommend tn.it each of the above- petitions be denied, the matter of the condition of pave ment on Raddmacher avenue ha\in* been Investigated through the Depart ment of Public Work* and by said department reported to be In good con dition. Respectfully submitted MAI RICK J KKATINO SHERMAN LITTLEFIELD GEORGE A. OWEN. ELM Ell P. CASE BTEPIIKN 8 SKK/.K KI hAvepled and adopted Streets. To the Honorable the Common Council: I Gentlemen Your Committee on Streets, to whom was referred the pe tltion of West SUle Brewery < o Lid., I 2031 ), for permit to construct uno i coveted area In front of premises at j the corner of Jefferson nnd Meldrutn avenues and also to construct one non grating covered srea. extending J over lot line in alley in rear of ‘ John It street; of the Stroh Brewery C,i. i2016). for permit to Install tllo conduit to carry high pressure steam pipe for heating purposes and elec tric wire conduit, the same to be laid under Elizabeth street at a pednt ap l nroximutely 70 feet west of the lllne of Hastings street, and “f Ed ■ ir.und S. Hayes (2v50». to operate ' night lunch wag-.n In street at tne I northeast corner of Btate and l,r J* wold streets, respectfully r, £ or * have had the same under consideration, have examined the plans submitted and seeing oo objection thereto. rec ?"?" mend that the petition of " r S ‘ d * Brewery Cos. granted In *o rar as ' the earn* pertains to area In roar of 70 John H. street and that the petition* of Btroh Brewery Cos. for conduit arvd Edmund 8. Hayes to op erate lunch wagon, be granted, and therefore offer the following resolu tion* . , . Respectfully »ukmttted. BHHUMAN LITTLEFIELD GEORGE a. OWEN. ELMER P. wASB. STEPHEN 8 SKRZYCKI Accepted and on leave the following resolution was offered: By Aid Littlefield: . . - Resolved. That the Department or Public Works be and Is hereby author ised and dlreoted to Issue a Permit to West Side Brewery Cos., to construct on* Iron grating covered area. lug 3 fL over lot line In alley In rear of 70 John R street, provide) the plans are approved by the Departmen of Building*. . , . , .. ProvldeX That no rights ln . th He streets shall be considered by this permission, which U expressly on the condition that SR covered area and all obstructions i connection therewith shall at any time when so directed by tne Common Council; and further Provided. That said pttmll by the Department of Public M orks ts granted** with the distinct understand ing that in the event of tha Charter beTna amended In such manner ** * “ provide for the levying of a fee hereafter determined upon, for’the oc cupancy of public property, that the grantee will pay said/ fee P rov ) ded ( In said act. afid that said grantee does hersby bind himself thereunto and M oept said permit on the condition here by Imposed. Adooted ax follows: Y'eas-—Aid. Behlow, Blell. Burton. Case De Oalan, Dill. Field, Frelwald. GMnnan. Goldr.er, Out hard. Hlnd, «; I J^. e i' Keating. Kiwpp Lempke, Littlefield, Lodge. Nowc. oßrlen, Owen, Reinhardt. Rutter. Schemansky. Skrxyckl. son. Vernor, Wartell. Wenzel and the President —30. Nays-N one By Aid. Littlefield. „ Resolved. That the Department of Public Work* be and Is hereby author ised and directed to Issue a permit to The Stroh Brewery Cos. to lay under ground steam pipe and electric wire conduit across Elisabeth street at a point approximately 70 feet west of the west line of Hastings Street, pro vided the plans are a PPfo,X ed by Department of Public Building*. Provided. That said work shall be ferformad under the luperrlilon of the lepartment of Public accordance with plans submitted to and approved by eald Department; Provided. That no rights la the pub fic streets shall be considered by this permission. Which I* expressly on the condition that said conduit and all obstructions In con nection therewith sltall be at any tlnie wh«n dirtottd by tnw Common Council: and further . Provided. That eald permit Issued by the Department of Public Works Is granted with the distinct fng that in the event of the Charter being amended In euch nuxnner aa wU! provide for the levying of a f «« hereafter determined upon. 1 f she cupancy of public property, (hal tne grantee will pay said fee provided for Tn .aid act. and that said grantee doe* hereby bind himself thereunto aad ac cept said permit on the condition* hereby Imposed. Adopted as follows: Yeas—Aid. Behlow, Blell, Burtoa. Cas-. De Oalan. Dill. Field Frelwald, Gllnnan. Goldner, Outhard. Hlndle. Jakel. Keating. Krapp, Lempke. Littlefield, Lodge. Nowc. O'Brien. Owen. Reinhardt. Rutter Bcliemansky. Skrzycld. eon. Vernor, Wartell. Wensel and the President —30. Nays—None By Aid. Littlefield: . Resolved. That the Department of Public Works be snd Is hereby author ized snd directed to Issue a permit to Edmund 9 Hayes to Off*rate a »J»ht lunch wagon at the northeast corner of State and Griswold street* In ac cordant* with provisions of ordinano*. Provided. That no right* in the pub lie street* shall be considered waived by this permission, which I* granted expressly on the condition that said lunch vAfon and all Qbitrlictlona In connection therewith shall at any time when so directed by tne common Council. Adooted as follows: _ T**J»--Aid. Behlow, Blell, Burton. Case. t)e Oalsn. Dill. Field (Rinnan. Goldner, Outhard. Hlndle Jakel. Keating Krapp. Lempke. LHtlefleid. Lodge. Nowc O'Brien. Owen Reinhardt, Rutter. Bchemaneky. Hkrsyckl. Thomp son, Vernor. Wartell. Wensel and the President —80. Keys —None. Sewer*. To the Honorable the Common ' our.cll: Gentlemen —Your Committee on Bewers to whom was referred the com munication from the Department of Public Works, transmitting propoaals for the construction of certain public sewers and arms, respectfully report we nave had the same under consider ation and find that J. A. Merrier Is lowest bidder for the construction of Alter road s>-w*r at 115,393 7# and Lawndale avenue sewey at 14,923 ,5; that William l’orath 1* lowest bidder for the construction of Palmer avenue ■ewer at 9986 00 and Waterloo avenue arm from Hamilton avenue to alley went of Garland at 82.348 00 and that William Blanck A Go. are lowest bid ders for construction of Kercheval avenue arm at 82.000.U0. Waterloo avenue arm from Benlteau avenue to alley west of HUlger at 81.700 00. Wat erloo arm from Benlteau to alley east of Lem ay at 82.000 00 and Waterloo aim from Hamilton to alley west r*f Umiy at BJ.7i*ooo Your Committee 1 nelng satisfied that the bids submitted : are reasonable, recommend that the I contracts entered Into by* the Depart ment of Public Works with the afore | said lowest bidders be confirmed, and that the several resolutions, presented jby Aid. Rutter at a session held on flert. 22. 1914 (J C C. p H 57-4). ap proving and confirming said contracts, | be adopted, Respectfully submitted, ROBERT W RUTTER fIHERMAN LITTLEFIELD, M<»BEB W artell HENRY V l»K GALAN. John l jakel Accepted end adopted as follows; 1 Yens—Aid. Behlow, Blell, Burton, C*nße De Galan. I*lll Field, Frelwald Gllnnan. Goldret, Outh.xrdL Hlndle Jnk*|. Keating Krapp. Lempke, Littlefield, Lodge. Nowc, O'Brien, Owen. Reinhardt, Hotter. Brhemnn*kv , Bkr*vckl. Thomp son. Vernor, Wartell Wenzel and the President —8# Nays—None Sewers. To lh«j Honorable the Common Council: Gentlemen—Your Committee on ftawera to wkbin was referred the pe tition of William Lr-Duc <1260) for the cancellation of sewer aeeeaernent lev ied against lot I, block 7. Zender'e sub, respectfully r*P*>rt we have had Ih# ■am* under consideration and find that In 1696 the sure es 999 91 was paid far the privilege of draining said lot Into public sewer; that since then a lateral sewer has been built to drain the premises, the assessment for which amounted to 931.46 which should stand, but the original payment of 929 91 made In 1995 should be refunded upon payment of the lateral sewer assess ment levied In 1898 Your Committee therefore rsnemnirnils that petition#) be allowed to pay the original amount of said lateral sewer assessment wlth ■.ijt peaaltl or inter*»t. after u)l< n the original amount can he refunded. nd therefore offer the following reso lution. Respectfully submitted. ROBERT W. RUTTER SHERMAN LITTLEFIELD, MOSES WARTELL. HENRY V 1»F. GALAN. IOHN L JAKEL Accepted, anil on leave, the follow ing resolution was offered: By Aid. Rutter: Resolved. That the City Treasurer be and he Is hereby authorized and In structed to accept from William l-a* Pur the stun o f 632 46, being the or iginal amount of lateral sewer assess ment levied against “lait R, Hlock 7. /• 'inter's sub,” (Roll 5465 fol 70), In the year 1898. without penulty and In terest. and cancel balance dm. Adopt'd as follows: Yeas Aid Behlow, Blell. Burton. Case, Pe Gatin. Dill. Field. Frelwald. Gllnnan. Goldner, Outhard, Hlndle. Jakel. Keating Krtnti, Lempke, Littlefield. L« dgc Nowc, O'Brien, Owen. Reinhardt, Rutter S hcimtnsky. Bkrs>< kl, Thomp son \\ rnor Wartell. Wensel and the President—lo. Na ys —None Taxes. To the Honorable the Common Council: Gentlemen Your Committee on Taxes, to who in was referred the pe tition* of C. 11. Little- (1866). C. H. Little Cos. Kst of C N. Ray ( 1 867 ). H Houghton A Sons »1791), C. P Stein helser (1796), McGraw Plaster Cos. ( 1795 ), Fatrvlevr Coal A Supply (17M). C H Little Cos. and Bartlett Supply Cos. (1793), all for the cancellation of the personal assess ment* levied against them for 1914. owing to the consolidation of said companies a* the United Fuel A Sup ply Cos., respectfully repor' we havo had the same under conxideratlon. and recommend as a compromise, that pe titioners be allowed to pay the origi nal amount of said assessments with out accrued penalty or Interest, pro vided puyment Is tendered on or be fore 1 >«o. 1, 1914. Respectfully submitted. ANTHONY NOWC JAMEJS VERNUK. GODFRKY FREIWALD MOffcls WARTELL (V If. C. HINPLE. F \V. WENZEL By Aid Nowc: Received. That the City Treasurer b« and he is hereby authorized and In structed to accept from the persons and firms hereinafter mentioned, the original amount of the personal as sessments levied against them for the year 1014 and cancel balance due Provided. That payment la tendered on or before Dec. 1, 1914: Ward Folio Line Malcomaon - Houghton Cos. 2 64 22 H Houghton A Sons.. 2 64 29 The C. H. Little C 0... 2 40 25 Malcomson - Houghton Cos 2 64 27 Bartlett Supply C 0.... 2 33.1 1 6 C H. Little 9 16 13 C. P. Stetnhelser 11 93 14 McGraw Plaster Cos 16 528 2 C. H. Little Est. C N Ray. Ord 17 542 » Fadrvlew Coal A Supply Cos 17 1052 2 Adopted a* follows: Yeas—Aid Behlow. Blell, Burton, Case, De Galan, Dill. Field. Frelwald, Gltnnan. Goldner, Outhard. Hlndle, Jakel, Keating Krapp. Lempke, Littlefield, I-odge. Nowc, O'Brien. Owen. Reinhardt, Rutter. Bchemnnaky. Skrzycki. Thomp son. Vernor, Wartell. Wenzel and the President —80. Nava—None. Street Openings. To the Honorable the Common Council: Gentlemen Your Committee on Street Openings, to whom was referred the petition of United Fuel Supply Cos (2003) for the vacation of all that part of Military avenue lying north of Toledo avenue and south of M. C. R. R. right-of-way, respectfully report w# have had the same under consideration and find that petitioner* are the owners of all the property abutting on the portion of Military avenue above de scribed, that by reason of the above portion of eald street not being In Une with the balance of Military avenuo south of Toledo avenue, and the great number of railroad tracks to the north, your committee does not believe that thf same la valuable for street pur poses, and can therefore see no objec tion to the vacation requested. Your committee therefore recommends that the petition l*e granted mu set forth In the accompanying resolution. Respectfully submitted. GODFREY FRKIWALD JAMES VERNOR. BHERMAN LITTLEFIELD GEORGE A. OWEN. FRED W KRAPP. PATRICK O'BRIEN Accepted, nnd on leave the following resolution was offered: By Aid. Frelwald: Resolved. That ''All that part of Mil itary avenue lying north of the north line of Toledo avenue and south of the south line of right-of-way of Michi gan Central Railroad.'' be and the same la hereby vacated; Provided. That petitioner, the United FVel A Supply Cos. files within 15 days from the date of the adoption of this resolution, an agrement with the City Clerk of the City of De troit, waiving all damages that may result or accrue to said pet'tloner or Its assigns or grantee by reason of the separation of grades at the street hereby vacated; and further Provided, That petitioner, and Its As signs or grantees, agree that If at any future time the city desires to reopen the portion of Military avenue here by vacated, petitioner shall, or Its as signs or grantees, upon demand of the Common Council, allow aald street to bf*reopened without making claim for damages therefor; and provided that petitioner nnd lta assigns or grantees agree to remove any and all obstruc tions of whatsoever nature that may be In the line of said portion of street hereby vacated, when so desired to be reopened; and further Provided, That by reason of the va cation hereby granted, the City of De troit doe* not waive any rights In the public sewer located In said street; and that by reason of eald vacation the City of Detroit shall at all times have the right to enter upon said premise* If found necessary for the purpose of cleaning repairing or re building said public sewer; and fur ther Provided. Petitioner pays into the City Treasury whatever expense may have been iricurred by the City In the matter of furnishing crosswalk*, curb ing, paving, etc., within the lines of the street hereby vacated, within 15 days from the date of the adoption of this resolution, as may be certified by the City Engineer; otherwise this reso lution shall be of no force or effect. Street Opening*. Toth*- Honorable the Common Council: Gentlemen Your Committee on Street < ipenlnga. having had under con* dlrltreiion the petition of George Boell ner of the City of Detroit, requesting that this body take the neceaxary ac tion to vacate the north 30 feet of lot 46 of Gasgraln's subdivision of part of pilvate i latm 268. and your committee being full) advised In .the premises, und ll appearing lo your committee that on November 30. 1908, Annie Cas graln sold to the petitioner the said north 30 feet of lot 46 of Casgraln's subdivision of part of private claim 268 and that said property had previ ously ben deeded to the City of De troit on December 24. 1907, to be used as a public street or highway, and It appearing to the satisfaction of your committee that this deed had been ac cepted for such purpose and ordered filed, and tt further appearing that such property haa never been used or will never In thg future be used na a high way. as Intended by sold deed, and >«ur committee after consulting with the C*ty Engineer and the Corporation Counsel, and seeing no objection to the granting of such prayer; therefore recommend the adoption of the accom panying resolution GODFREY FREIWALD J A MEM VERNOR. nil f.rman Littlefield FRED W KRAI’P GEORGE A OWEN llv Aid. Fretwald: Resolved, That the Cltv Controller be and la hereby directed to execute a quit claim deed on behalf of the City of Detroit to George Hoellner of the north 30 feet of lot 44 of Casgraln’s su Ini' vision of part of private claim 268. Detroit, Wayne Count?, Michigan. Adopted as follows: Yeas -Aid. Behlow, Blell. Burton, Case, D# Galan, Dill. Field. Frelwald. Oltanan. Goldner, Outhard. Hladlg, Jakel, Keeling, Krapp. Lempke. Littlefield, lanlg*. Nowc. O Bilen, Owvti. Reinhardt, Rutter, Hi'hvmuneky, UkrsyckL Thomp son. Vernor, Wartell, Wensel fend the lMvaldent 3#. Says —None Street Openings. To the Honorable the Common Council: Gentlemen Your Committee on Hlreet Openings, to whom wa* referred the petition of Theresa Kerwln et aL for the reduction of assessment levied for the widening of alley hi block be tween Kercheval, St. f'uul, Concord and Canton avenues, respectfully re port that we have had the same under consideration and find that petltlonar* request that the city asaurne a portion of (he assessment aforesaid. The char ter provide-, however, that assessment* for the opening or widening of alleys must all be spread on the local naseas tm nt district atnl such being the cn*e. your roninilttt e can see no other course to pursut than to recommend that lue piayer of thr petitioner be denied. Respectfully submitted, GODPHEY FUK IW ALD JAMES VERNOR. SH EItMAN LITTI-K FI ELD GEORGE A. OWEN FRED W. KRAPB PATRICK O BRIEN. Accepted and adopted. Parke and Boulevards. To the Honorable the Common Council: Gentlemen —Your Committee on Parks and Boulevard* beg leave to report that we have again had brought to our attention the communication from the Departmt nt of Parks and Boulevard*, reporting the result of offer mads to the ow nsrs of property bounded by V l ri«-wood. M<Gr*w and Milford ave nues, deslrsd by the city for purk and boulevard purpose*, by reason of the Intsnt of report of Committee on Parka and Boulevards adopted Nov. 10, 1914. t»4't being clenr by reason of typographical error. Your committee believing that the property U> ques tion should be purchased by the city for the above purpose, th* valuation as set at 813.800 having been accepted by the owners thareoL recommend that the Department of Parks and Boule vards he authorized to purchase tne properties enumerated In a communl oation from the -Department of l nrk* and Boulevards submitted Nov. 4. 1914. (J. C C.. p 1756), from the persons and for the sutnx specified therein, for park and boulevard purposes, the coat of aald property to be defrayed from the taauc of Park and Boulevard bonds authorized June 9, 1914 iJ. t. ( p 903), and therefore offer the follow ing resolution. Respectfully submitted. JOHN L JAKEL. LITTLEFIELD CHAS. W BURTON ROBERT W. RUTTER HENRY V DE GALAN MAURICE J. KKATINO By Aid Jakel: Resolved. That the vote whereby re port of Committee on l*arks and Boule vards. authorizing the Department of Parks and Boulevard* to purchase tho property bounded by Vlnewood. M ,% - Graw and Milford avenue* for paik and boulevard purposes, was adopted at a session held on the 10th Inst. c r p 1791). be and (he same Is here by rescinded by reason of typograph ical error*, and be it further Resolved. That the Department *;T Parks and Boulevards be and It Is hereby authorised and directed to pur chase from the peraons hereinafter mentioned, for the amounts ■ peel flc.l below, the following pieces or parcels of land for park and boulevard pur «oscs. towlt: ,’m W. Moore and Fred J Moore, lots 78 and 77, Moore's sub 86.600 00 • I/Ots 71 and 72 L7o# 00 Wm. C. Henalen. lot t 5 900 00 Mr* Mary A. Campbell. lots 73 and 74 1* 552*22 John J Needham, lot 79 2.500.00 G. H. Brown, the east 60 feet of the east 209 75 feet north side or McGraw avenue be tween Vlnewood and Milford 1,200.00 People's State Bank the west 148.76 feet of the east 20K 7 5 feet north side of McGraw avenue between Vlnewood and Milford . 1 - sft# ?? i being a total of 84 2.800 00. to he paid from the issue of Park and Boulevard Bonds authorized June 9, 1914 (J. C. C. p. DOS'). Adopted as follows: Yeas—Aid. Behlow. Blell. Burton. Case De Galon, Dill. Field. FYeiwald. Gllnnan. Ooldner, Outhard. Hindis. Jakel. Keating Krapp. lempke, Littlefield. Lodge, Nowc. O’Brien. Owen. Reinhardt, Rutter. Schemanaky Skrzycki, Thomp son. Vernor, Wartell. Wenzel and the President —90 Nay#—None. Ordinances. To th> Honorable the Common Council Gentlemen —Your Committee on Ordinancea to whom wa* referred -\n ordinance entitled “An ordinance to amend Section 7 of an ordinance en titled 'An ordinance to regulate the u».e, handling, storage and sale of In flammable liquids, and the products thereof In the City of Detroit,* ” re spectfully report we have had the same under consideration and seeing no ob jection thereto, recommend that aald ordinance, presented by Aid. Little field at this session, be passed as sub mitted. Respectfully submitted, SHERMAN LITTLEFIELD. GEO. A OWEN. ROBERT W. RUTTER. ELM HR D. CABE. ANTHONY NOWC, JOSEPH BUHKMANBKT. Accepted. The ordinance was then placed on the order of third reading. Third Heading *f Ordlaaaee. The title to the ordinance was read a third time The ordinance wm then r«»*d. The question being “Shall this ordi nance n*>w pass?” The ordinance wa* passed, a majority of the Aldermen present voting therefor as 1 x—aa-Aid. Behlow. Blell. Burton. Case. De Galan. Dill. FlGd Frelwald. Gllnnan. Ooldner, Outhard, Hlndle Jakel. Keating. Krapp, Lempke. JWGlefleld. Nowc O'Brien, Owen. Reinhardt, Rutter. Bchemansky. Skrzycki. Thomp son. Vernor. Wartell. Wenzel and the Proa ld« nt —30. N&ys—None. The title to the ordinance was con firmed. Liquor Regulation. To the Honorable the Common Counoll: Committee pn Liquor Regulation to whom was re ferred the application of Alec Wela man for transfer from 115 JefferAon avenue east to 132 Michigan avenue, respectfully report we have had tha same under consideration and seeing n> objection thereto, recommend that the said application be approved. We also recommend the approval of bonds of Edward laichnnce and Mathew Iji fata, covering transfers from 206 Ri vard street to 1561 Russell street and fiom 171 Russell street to 206 Rivard ! street. respectively. the applications 1 for which were approved on the 10th Reapecfully submitted, CHAR W. BURTON, MAURICE J. KKATINO. ANTHONY NGWC, JACOB OUTHARD. EIJ4ER D CAHE Accepted and adopted as follows; Ym* —Aid Behlow, Blell, Burton, Case, De Galan, Dill. Field. Frelwald, Gllnnan, Ooldner, Outhard. Hindis, Jakel, Keating Kr«s>p Lempke, • Littlefield. Tx>dge, Nowc, O’Brien, Owen. Reinhardt, Rutter. Schemanaky. Bkr*yckl. Thomp- I son vernor, Wartell. Wenzel and tne President—>o. Nay*- -None. Liquor Regulation. To the Honorable the Common Council: Gentlemen Your Committee on Liquor Regulation, to whom wai re ferred the applications of W'lllam J. Melin for transfer from 559 Canfield avenue eaat to 1198-1200 Jo*. Campau avenue; of Frank Jankowski for trans fer from ll«l Russell street to 1199- 1200 Jos. Campau avenue, and of Rich ard Welland ror transfer from 492 Ht. Aubln avenue to 1021 Hastings street, t espectfully report that we nave had the same under consideration and per* mission having been requested to with draw the above applications, your com mittee recommends that their request be granted. Respectfully submitted, CHAJ. W. BURTON. MAURICE J. KEATING ANTHONY NOWC. JACOB OUTHARD. . . ELMER IV CARE Accepted and adopted. Liquor Regulation. Gentlemen Your Committee on Liquor Regulation, to whom wai re ferred an ordinance entitled “An ordi nance to amend and ordinano# entitled 'An ordinance to amend an ordinance to amend Chapter 111 of the Ownpllad Ordinances sf the City *f Dstrolf for the year 1118. by adding thereto anew section to do known as Section It,' M re spectfully teport that said ordinance removes front the llquor-rastrictnd dis trict the property located on the north* west corner of Iroquois and Oratlot avenues, and your committee seeing no objection thereto, recommend that said ordinance, presented by Aid. Burton at a aeaalon held on the 17th Inet. (J. C. C\, p. 1826). bo passed as submitted. Respectfully submitted, A CM AS. W. BURTON. MAURICE J. KBATING ANTHONY NUIVC. JACOB GUTHARD KOMh.lt D. CASE Accepted. The ordlttance was then placed on the order of third reading. Third Heeding of Ordinance. • The title to the ordinance was read a third time. The ordinance was then read*' The question l*elng "Shall this ordi nance now pass?" The ordinance was paused. a majority of the Aldermen present voting therefor ne follows: —- Yeas -Aid. ilehtnw. Illetl, llurton. Case. I>e Oman. Pill. Field, Frelwald, Gllnnan. Ooldner, Gurnard, lilndle, Jakel, Keating. Krapp, I.empke lAttleheld. Lodge. Nowc, O s ßrian. Owen. Reinhardt, Rutter Pchemansky. Skrayckl. Thomp son. Veri’or, Wartcl! Wensel ajnl the Hi cslcent - 30. Nayi—None. The title to the ordinance was con firmed. Liquor Regulation. To the Honorable the Common Council: Gentlemen Your Committee <>n Liquor Regulation, to whom was refer red an ordinance entitled "An ordi nance to amend Section 2 of an ordi nance entitled ’An ordinance to nm**nd Section 2 of an ordinance entitled ’An ordinance prescribing certain limits within the City of I>etroit where sa loons, In which spirituous. Intoxicat ing or malt liquors are sold as a bev erage. shall" not hereafter be estab lished and maintained, and spirituous, intoxicating or malt liquors sold there in, and to repeal all ordinances or parts of ordinances Inconsistent here with." approved Feb. 17, ISM. respect fully report we have had the same under consideration, and seeing no ob jection thereto, recommend that said ordinance presented by Aid. Burton at this session, be passed as submitted. Respectfully submitted. CHA.S W. BURTON MAURICE J K FATING ANTHONY NOWC JACOB QUTHARP. ELMER P OABE. Accepte.d. Ordinance By Aid. Burton: An Ordinance lo amend Heetlon *J of no ordinance entitled "An ordinance to amend Section 2 of an ordinance en titled *An ordinance presertblaa eer tala llinlta within the t’lty of Petrelt where aaleons. In which spirituous. Intoxicating or mnlt liquors are sold as n beverage, shall not hereafter be eatahltahed and maintained, and splr. Itunua. latoxteaftag or malt llqaorn sold therein, and to repeal all ordl aaacea or porta of ordlawncea laros alatent herer*lth." ** approved Keb. IT, 1014. IT 18 11F.KEBY ORDAINED BY' TilK PEOPLE OF THE CITY OF DETROIT Section 1. That Section 2 »»f 2 an ordinance entitled An ordi -3 nance to amend Section t of an 4 ordinance entitled “An ordinance 6 prescribing certain limits within 6 the City of Detroit where saloons. 7 In which spirituous. Intoxicating or 8 malt liquors are sold as a bever -9 ag«, shall not hereafter be estah -10 llshed and maintained, and splrlt -11 uous. Intoxicating or malt Honors 12 sold therein, and to repeal all or -13 dlnances or parts of ordinances ln -114 consistent herewith.’ " he, and the 15 same is hereby amended to read 16 as follows Sec. 2. No saloon where spirit -2 uous. Intoxicating or malt liquors 3 are sold as a beverage shall here -4 after be established and malnta n -5 ed within the territory within the 6 limits of the City of Detroit. le -7 scribed as all that portion of the 6 City bounded on the north by the 9 northerly line of the Second Ward, 10 on the east hv the easterly line 11 of the Second Ward, on the south 12 by the southerly city limits, and on 13 the west hy the westerly line of It the Second Ward (the dividing 15 line between the Second and 16 Fourth Wards), excepting #o much \7 of said herein restricted portion 16 as Is bounded as follows: Com -19 menclng at a point at the Inter -20 section of the center lines of 21 Woodward and Charlotte avenues; 22 thence westerly along the center 23 line of Charlotte avenue to a point 24 250 feet distant westerly from the 23 westerly line of Woodward ave -26 nuc thence northerly on a line 27 parallel with the westerly line of 26 Woodward avenue to the center 29 line of a public alley north of and 30 parallel to Charlotte avenue; 31 thence easterly nlong the renter 32 line of said public alley to the cen -33 ter of a public alley first west of 34 and parallel to Woodward ave -35 nue; thence southerly along the 36 center line of said public alley to a 37 point 100 feet distant northerly 38 from the northerly line of Char -39 lotte avenue; thence easterly on a 40 line parallel with the north line of 41 Charlotte avenue to the center line 42 of Woodward avenue; thence 43 southerly along the center line of 4 4 Woodward avenue to the place of 45 beginning; also excepting lots 19, 46 20. 21, 22, 23 and 24 of Block 10. 47 Governor and Judges’ Plan, In said 46 City of Detroit being known as the 49 Statler Hotel site: also excepting 50 all that part of lot 4. Military Re -51 serve suh’d hy Corporation, south 32 aide of Congress street, known as 53 91 Griswold street: also excepting 54 all that part of lot 23, Cass’ West. 55 ern Addition to the City of Pe -56 trolt between Chicago and Grand 57 River Roads by I.ewla Cass 1651, 5« known as 132 Michigan avenue Sec. 3. This ordinance shall 2 take Immediate effect. Read twice by title, ordered printed and unanlmnua consent being granted, the ordinance was then placed on the order of -third read In g. Third Iteadlag of Ordinance. The title to the ordinance was read a third time The ordinance was then read. The question being "Shall thta ordi nance now paas?" The ordinance was passed, a majority of the Aldermen present voting therefor as follows; Yeas—Aid. Bchlow. Blell. llurton. Case. De Qalan, Dill. Field, Frelwald, Gllnnan. Ooldner, Guthard. Hlndle, Jakel, Keating. Krapp. I-empke. Littlefield, I.odg**. Nowc, O’Rrlen, Owen. Reinhardt, Rutter Schemnnsky. Skrzyckl. Thomp son. Veitior, Wartell. Wenzel and the President —30. Nays-—None. The title to the ordinance was con firmed. Reconsideration. Aid. Littlefield moved to reconsider the vote by which the resolution was «Sopted. Aid. Schemansky moved to suspend Rule 28 for the purpose of Indefinitely jostponlng the motion to reconsider, which motion prevailed a* follows: Yeas—Aid. Rehlow. Blell, Burton, Case. De C.alnn, Dill. Field, Frelwald. Gllnnan. Goldner, Outhard, Hlndle. Jakel, Keating Krapp l,empke, Littlefield, Lodge, Nowc, O Brlett, Owen. Reinhardt, Rutter, Bchemansky, Bkrxvckl. Thomp son, Vernor, Wartell. Wenxel and the President —10. Nays—None. Aid. Littlefield then moved that the motion to reconsider be indefinitely postponed, which motion prevailed. The regular order was resumed. Reeolutlong end Ordinance*. FIRST WARD. By Aid. Lodge: Resolved. That the Public Lighting Commission be and Is hereby request ed to erect an arm light on Melbourne avenue between John R and Brush street. . Adopted. By Aid Owen. Resolved. That the Public Lighting Commission be and la hereby request ed to maintain a pole light in Han cock avenue, between Woodward ave uue and John R. street. Adopted. SECOND WARD. By Aid. Burton: „ 4a Ordlaaaee to emead tfrtloa 2 of aa ordinance entitled "Aa ordinance <• amend Section I of an ordlaaaee en titled 'An ordlaaaee npencrlblag cer tain llinlta ertthla tbe City of Detroit where naloonn, la wMcb aplrltaoua, Intoxicating or malt llqnorn ave neld aa a beverage, shall not hereafter he established and mnlafalaed, and nplr- Ituoae, Intoxicating or malt llganm aold therein, add to repeal ell ordi nances or part* ST ordlnnarrn Incon sistent herewith.' ** approved Keb. IT, I*l4. IT IS HEREBY ORDAINED BY THE PEOPLE OF THE CITY OF DETROIT: flection. 1 That Section I of t a* ordinance entitled M An ordl -8 nanee to amend Section I «t in i 4 ordinance entitled i®, I 5 prescribing certain nmlti wltiw « the City of Detroit. Where aaloo***- 7 In whloh spirituous. Intoxicating •* 6 malt liquors are Sold as a 9 age, shall not hereafter be 10 llshed and maintained, and epwlt- U uous, latoxlcutlug or malt liquors it sold therein, and to repeal all or -18 .dlnances or parts of ordinances la -14 consistent herewith.' " bw and the 16 same is hereby amended to reed 16 as follows: - Sec. 2. No saloon where apislt* ' 8 uous. Intoxicating or malt liquor# 8 art sold as a beverage shall nsre -4 after be established and maintain* 6 ed within the territory within the ; 6 limits of the City of Detroit, de -7 scribed as all that portion or the 8 City bounded on the north by the 9 northerly line of the Second Ward. , I<> on the east by thu easterly line U of the Second Ward, on the south 12 by the southerly city-limits, and on 15 the west hy the westerly line of 14 the Second Ward (the dividing ,16 line between the Second aod 16 Fourth Wards), excepting so much 17 of said herein restricted portion 18 as Is hounded as follows: Cotn -19 menclng at a point at the inter -20 section of the center llaee of i2l Woodward ami Charlotte avenue#; 22 thence westerly ulong the oenter 23 line of Charlotte avenue to a po'nt 24 250 f<a t distant westerly from the 25 Westerly line of Woodward ave* 26 nue; thence northerly on a lino *27 parallel with the westerly line of 28 Woodward avenue to the conter 29 line of a public alley north es and 1 3u parallel to Charlotte avenue; !31 thence winterly along the center 32 line of said public ulley to the cen -33 ter of a public alley first weat of 34 and parallel to Woodward are -35 nue; thence southerly along the* 36. center linn of said public alley to a 37 point 100 fe«t distant northerly, 38 from the northerly line of CW*v -39 lotte avenue; thence easterly oB % 40 line parallel with the north line of 41 Charlotte avenue to the center line 42 of Woodward avenue; thence 43 southerly along the center line -j1 44 Woodward avenue to the place of 45 beginning; also excepting lots 19. .46 20, 21. 22. 23 and 24 of Block 10. 147 Governor and Judges’ Plan. In said t4B City of Detroit being known as the 49 Statler Hotel atte; also excepting 50 nil that part of lot 4. Military Re -51 serve suh’d by Corporation, south 52 able of Uongress street, known as 53 91 Griswold street; also excepting |54 all that part of lots 11. 12 and 13. ,55 The Morose Estate sub.-of lots 1, 56 2. 3.6, 7. and 8 of Block 1 of the 57 Moran and Morose sub. of part of 56 Sections 31. and 36, known as 1498 59 and 14 97 Woodward avenue Sec 8. This ordinance shall . 2 take Immediate effect. Read twice hy title, ordered printed j and referred to Committee on Uquor Regulation SECOND WARD, I By Aid. Vemnr: Resolved. That the City Controller i be. and he Is hereby authorized and I directed to make thie proper entries upon his hooka to effect the transfer jof the sum of 81.158 00 from the Sur i plus Balances in the Gencrai Fund, to I the credit of the sub-fund for Inspect ors and Clerks. Novemh**r 3, 1914 Elec tion. In the same fund i Adopted as follows: Yeas—Aid Hchlow, Blell, Burton. <’asc, De Galan. Dill. Field. Frelwald, Gllnnan. Gohiner. Guthard. Hlndle Jakel. I Keating. Krapp. I.empke. Littlefield. I.odg-. Nowc. O’Brien. Owen. Reinhardt, Rutior, Schemansky. Skrzyckl. Thomp son. Vernor, Wnrtell, Wenzel and the I’resldcnt—3o. Nays—Kona. FOURTH WARD. Hy Aid Keating. Resolved, That the Department of Public Work# be and Is hereby author ized and directed to raze the old bullJ- Ing known as the Boulevard Hotel, on the northwest corner of Russell street and Roulevard; and further Resolved. That the Controller la hereby Instructed to set aside a sum not to exceed fBOO.OO from the Con j tlngent Fhnd to pay the cost of same. Referred to Committee on Street#. By Aid. Keating: t Resolved, That the Public Lighting Commission he and Is hereby request ed to submit an estimate for the year 1415 sufficient to wire and electrically l equip all election booths i Adopted. By Aid. Keating: Resolved. That the Commissioner of Public Works be and Is hereby re quested to submit an estimate suf ficient to covsr coat of resurfacing t Hamilton Boulevard from West Grand Boulevard to Bethune avenue with creosote block. \ Adopted. By AUI. Keating: Resolved, That the Public lighting i Commission be and Is hereby requested to submit In their estimates for the year 1915, a sum sufficient to Install pole or arm lights on all streets be tween Third and Hamilton Boulevard, i Milwaukee avenue and city limits, where not already Installed. I Adopted. FIFTH WARD. By Aid. Bchemansky: Resolved, That the Detroit United Ry., be and Is hereby requested to so arrange their schedule of Victor ave i nue cars running trlppera up Oakland avenue, so that during the rush hours In the morning between six and aeven j o'clock that the overcrowded condt- I tlons that now exists may be ao re- I Sieved that all the workmen ongployed i at the Ford Motor Cos., and other con i cerna may be able to obtain transpor | tatlon without being compelled to . walk to Woodward avenue to reach their destination. Adopted. SEVENTH WARD By Aid. Hindis: Resolved, That the Department of Public Works be and Is hereby re quested to consider the necesMty of paving Wellington avenue from Rus sell street to the Grand Trunk Rail way, under the forced paving clause of tho City Charter, with reinforced con crete. Adopted. NINTH WARD. By Aid. Jakel: Resolved, That the Department of Harks and Boulevards be and It la hereby requested to remove two trees from In front of 979 Chene street, the same being dangerous. Adopted. NINTH WARD. By Aid. Nowc: Resolved, That the City Cogtroller be and he la hereby authorised and di rected to draw his warrant upon the proper fund in favor of C. H Wlltsle for the sum of 820.27, that being the amount paid by him with Interest add ed at the rate of six per cent for cer tificate of title Issued against lot 28, block 4, In C. F. Campau's tub. of the W. % of the rear concession of P. O. 78 S. Rich St., upon surrender of cer tificate of title Issued him by City Treasurer by reason of non-pay ment of the general taxes for the year 1910, said property having been er roneously sold for delinquent taxes. Adopted a • follows: Teas —Aid. Ilehlow, Blell, Burton, Case, De Galan, Dill. Field. FYetwald, Gllnnan. Goldner, Guthard. Hlndle, Jakel. Keating. Krapp Lempke. Littlefield. Lodge, Nowc. u’Brian. Owen. Reinhardt. Rutter. Schemansky, Skrxycld, Thomp •son, vernor, Wartell. Wenxel and tbe Treeklent—3o. Nays—None. By Aid Frelwald: Whereas. As will appear by Journal of Common Council. 1901. pace 1681. It has ben heretofore deolareo neoes sary to take certain property for Open ing Holly street from Artillery avenue to Jerome avenue; and Whereas, It has been found naoee sarv to take In part certain different and other property then that in said proceedings described; therefore, be It Resolved. That It be and la hereby declared by the Common Council of the Cltv of Detroit neceseary to take the following described private property for the purpose of making the lm provement to which reference hag here inbefore been had (In lieu of the prop erty described In resolution of Dec. 16. 1908. relevant thereto, (J. C. C. lloi, p. 1621); to wit: The south 40 feet of the north 810 feet of that part of Out Lot 10 lying south of the south line of South street end west of the west line of Crawford I avenue, olat of the subdivision of [Crawford# Fort Tract, being Private cutm 370, the east part of Prrytte Claim 167 arsrt the west part of Prtvate Claim 268 Alan all of Lot IS. Oorman's Addi tion of Lota S to 11, both Inclusive, of I Johanna Hennessey*# plat of Out Lots 64 and 79 of Crawford*# subdivision of Fort Tract, being Private Claim* 870. 267 and 368 Further resolved, That the Corpora tion Counsel be and la hereby dir sored to Institute the necessary proceedings on behalf of the City of Detroit To carry out the object of this resolu tion with regard to taking aald private property hy the said city. Adopted as follow#. * Ten a—Aid. / Be Mow, Blell, Burten, Cnee, De Ge’an, Dill, field, FVelwaid Gllnnan. Ooldner, Guthard- Hind la Jbfcet. '