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■COMMON COUNCIL
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’ L- Detroit, Tuesday. Dto. 15, 1914 \
L Th« Council wm i«IUd to order bjr
K|n President, Hun. Harry J. Dinge
* •Pr**enb~Aid. Barnett. Behlow. Hleil,
|*4urton, Caae. IHU. Field, Frelwald, Gltn
«mu. Goldnor, Guthard, Htndle, Jakel,
\ Kitatlng, Lein like, Littlefield. Lodg^,
Nowcl O'Brien, Owen. Helnhardt.
r Kchemansky. Schultz. Thompaon.
pVemor. Wartell, Wenzel, Wllion,
and the President—2*.
There being a quorum present, the
Council was declared to be In see
ft.Oll
rTh* Journal of the pracedlug session
was approved
Petitions Preeented.
II BY ALD. HINDLE
J; #o4l—Of John llohde. for a cancella
tion of the general city taxes for the
year I*ll.
Referred to Committee on Tajtes
BY ALD HF.BB.
304*—Of C. J. and J. 11. Eggera. for
parmlaalon to Install combination gaso
-4 line pump and lighting poat.
• Referred to Committee on Htreeta.
BY ALD. SCHULTZ
SOM—Of A. Newman, for adjustment
of a personal tax
Referred to Committee on Taxes.
30S1—Of Wm. P. Johr, for the can
. cellatlon of a personal tax.
V Referred to Committee on Taxes.
BY ALD. WE.VZEL.
mi—Of H A. Msrohl A Son. for
permission to construct coveted area
\uray.
Referred to Committee on Streets
By the Clerk
f"; 2012 —Os D. M. Mcßlaine. for settle
-1 meat of back pay.
Referred to Committee on Claims
and Accounts.
Os Mrs. J. M. Lepine. for darn
t to Committee on Ciaima
and Account*.
3014—0f Gustave K. Loeser. for
Aamages.
Referred to Committee on Ciaima
and Accounts.
: 2096—0f Marie Loeeer, for damages.
Referred to Committee on Claims
and Accounts
3011 —Os Alice Berry, for damages.
Referred to Committee on Claims
and Accounts.
OIOIT—Of B. J. Coulter et al.. for the
paving of Newland ave.
Referred to Department of Public
Works.
3011—Of H. N. Peck, administrator
•state of B. R. Fades, for a cancella
tion of taxes.
Referred to oommlttee on taxes.
2010—Of Wm W Lovett, for per
tnlaslon to construct spur track.
Referred to Committee on Streets.
; 3010 —Os Robert Fair, for permis
sion to install a combination discharge
System for gasoline and lighting post.
Referred to Committee on Streets.
SOU —Os Carl Reinert et aJ.. for the
paving of Lsslle ave. * •
Referred to Department of Cublio
90S?—Of Mrs. T. Karas et al.. pro
testing against the granting of Fquor
license for the N. W. corner of Wesson
ave. and Julia street.
Referred to Committee on Liquor
< Regulations.
SOM—Of St. Josephs Episcopal
Church, for a cancellation of taxes.
Referred to Committee on Taxes.
3014 —Os Edward E. Hartwick. for
permiaelon to construct spur-track
across Clay ave.
Refer! ed to Committee on Streets.
3033—0f Henry L Obeta, Jr., for a
refund of taxes.
Referred to Committee on Taxes,
i, 3030—0f White Motor Sales Cos., for
a cancellation of taxes.
, Referred to Committee on Thxes.
2087 —Os Albert A. Moco et al.. for
the pavtna of Euclid ave.
Referred to Department of Public
Vork.<
soil—Of Detroit Legal News Cos, for
a further hearing relative to the
granting of permission to construct
areaways.
Referred to Committee on Streets.
3019 —Os Herman Mainz, for dam-
to Committee on Claims
and Accounts. '
3040 Os Agnes Deacon, for dam
: age*
Referred to Committee on Claims
and Accounts.
3041 Os Gratiot Township Board
* knd Board of Health, protesting
against the erection of plant for the
disposal of garbage.
Referred to Committee on Health
knd City Hospitals.
3042 Os Jas. F. McCarthy, for per
jnlssion to install one two-llght post.
Referred to Committee on Streets.
3048—0f Robert Mitchell Cos. et al,
for the paving of Richmond ave.
Referred to Department of Public
bWorka.
3044—0f Anthony Maciejewskl et al..
i for the paving of Twenty-third street.
Referred to Department of Public
Works.
3043 Os J. C. Dllloway et al, for the
paving of Lakevlew ave.
Referred to Department of Public
Work*
L 1044—0f Mrs. Jos. Stanlecki. for the
of taxes.
Referred to Committee on Taxes.
1047—0f Grand River I-and Cos., for
'’ffc* construction of sewers.
Referred to Committee on Sewers.
COMMUNICATIONS.
From th« Mayor.
To the Honorable the Common Council:
- Gentlemen—l beg leave to Inform
you that 1 have this day appointed
the following, to serve as members of
the Recreation Commission, recently
provided for by amendment of our
charter: Mr*. R. H. Ashbaugh. Mrs.
Wn. H. Marta. Mr. Janies E. Danaher,
l>r. Emil Hostnger, Mr. Frederick C.
Gilbert.
Respectfully,
OHCAK B. MARX. .
Mayor.
Accepted and placed on file.
From tho Controller.
To the Honorable the Common Council:
Gentlemen —The following reports of
City Officers for the week ending Sat
urday. Dec. IS. 1914. are respectfully
submitted:
City Treasurer's disburse
ment* fit26,lob 44
City Treasurer's receipts... 126.647 I.*.
City Ti easurer Receiver’s
_ Department 42,529 68
Pound Master, K. D 1 00
Pound Master, W. D l oo
Weigh Master, U. X> 2 2 30
Weigh Master, W. D « S«
Secretary Parks and Boule-
KlMli 27 76
X>Og Pound Master 20 SO
Clerk of Market, E. D 42 70
Clerk of Market. W. D 23 60
Clerk of Police C0urt...... 201 oo
license Collector 431 00
librarian—Public Library.. 166 C 6
GEO ENGEL.
Controller.
1 Accepted and referred to the Com
mittee on Ways and Means.
From the Controller.
To the Honorable the Common Council:
r Gentlemen —The following approved
Accounts are respectfully submitted
Pay Roll—
Art Museum 9 4 •*»<>
LCahtingent 642 62
U’tuimlaslon 16,568 58
(Garbage , 1.997 76
■an dr a I 97 56
■smeral Road 20.682 32
fiarket 188 96
Phrk rn Boulevard 3.827 34
Bsrmlt 1.624 II
ipelne 67,116 10
PooftjDpni tn 1 e i 11 "
Building 132 00
Bewer 2.080 37
ntscorder’e Court 12 00
COMMISSION I I NT
B|ag— aExpress Cos., ex
mgs—a hot. Express Cos., ex
arMOMf :::i s8
U|i7-aW h. Budworth A Son.
FjeiGectlng pictur.s iv r,o
Ugf nf.i» H. Burroughs. lec
HI ,ifje|inil Window Clean
ring Cos., cleaning wln
mV iKwB _ I * no
«7,i. East Bide Coal Cos., haul*
HUplbMi
171 b. The Rdls.et Illumlnat-
P;lff Cos., lighting ....
IT* M- * *1 Elliott. Hery..
cash *. si 30
RWft -F' »l»pg .ieWS A*sO<la- i
jrKMNmi o;
Orcgg Hardware Cos \
»jv. iioughtoa-Jacabeon Fig
Co s, prlntla* . 9
in. li» -t*t Bureau, trans
‘ fer earn * x # oo
177—Macorober Cos.. Insurance I 34
170—Peninsular Elec Light
Cos., light IS I*
170—Pittmans A Dean Coal
Cos., coal 94 30
110—Pittmans A Dean Coal
Cos., coal 93 63
I*l—Raymond & Raymond.
Insurance 1 >*«■
182—Hchroeder Paint A Glaee
Cos, merchandise s *•»
1*3 —Sanitary Dust Remov
ing Cos, cleaning .... 29 75
184—Saturday Press.
printing x*'.\.. t 73 58
3 BjM 14
CONTINGENT FUND ,
191 —Olio Stoll. Reg Deeds.
recording deeds I *» 07
194 Times Ptg Go., printing »3 &0
195 Frank A Hrcault, aer
v ices ■ " ,rt ©«
194 —Conway Brief Cos., print
ing summons ........ «• 2"»
107—Fred W. Smith. Secre
tary. entry fees 7 00
8 112 *2
D. P W. CASH AMT. No. 2 FUND
01 —Max C. Koch. City Tress..
rebate on permits.... 1 542 «1
DETROIT CITY SINKING FUND
133—Wm Rlunck A Cos, spec.
ass. bonds I 2.0.1 20
D. P W GENERAL FUND
154 Munson Sup. Cos, type
writer keys 8 • •0°
166 —Det. United Rv, tickets v 0o
158—“ Engineering and Con
tracting. book 1 00
157 Gregory. Mayer A Thom
Cos, supplies 30 50
158— Houghtun-Jarobeon Pig
Cos, supplies 18 1.5
8 54 75
FIRE COMMISSION FUND.
477 w: H. Anderson Tool
A Supply Cos, saw and
blades * 3 5o
478 Banner laundering Cos,
furnishing towels. . . 280 85
879 Buhl Pons Cos, nails <4°
880— Central Heating Cos..
■team 41 20
481—Wm. Cllppert Brick
Mfr. brick 23 52
883 —Daigle - Steger Iron
Wks. bolts and beams » *6
488—Daigle - Stager Iron
Wks , I-beama 5 *0
484 Detroit Chemical Wks.
sulphuric acid. 7" 99
485 Detroit lAad Pipe Wks,
holler 1» «•
484—Detroit Lumber Cos,
lumber * #• *f
497—Fred Feldmann. har
ness repairs. • . 4 85
488—Louis Gascoigne, sun
dries 12 68
480—Great latkes Engineer
ing Wks. boring out
sleeve 3 00
490 Greenwood - Atkinson -
Armstrong Cos, es
cutcheons . 8 80
691—A. Harvey's Sons Mfg.
Cos, pipe and fittings 91 86
491 C. G. Johns A Son. har
ness repairs V» 5 4®
491—P. Koenig Coal Cos,
coal 664 9,
094—Lee A Cady, soap 98 00
691—Malow Bros, Ist pay
ment 2 700 «0
606—Cbas Manzelmann,
brooms .. 44 10
497—Metal wood Mfg. vo,
wheel cap 1 <6
098—Robert G Shaw. M D .
services 3 00
690—Roe Stephens Mfg. Cos .
repair* 47 74
700— Stokes A Whlttlngham.
mason work 139 37
701— Taepke-Zepf Paint Cos,
white lead 34 80
702 United Fuel A Supply
CO, sand, etc 188 48
-4rt —U. S. Tlra Cos, repairs . . 44 90
704 Vaughn Roofing Cos,
repairs 125 00
705 J. T. Wing A Cos, pack
ing 1 20
708—F P Woll A Cos waste 39 06
8 4.457 23
GARBAGE FUND
192 — A. C. Drake, wiring....! 13 46
193 Harris Amusement Cos,
repairs 27 03
194 A. T. Knowlson Cos,
fuses 2 32
195 Michigan Drug- Cos, al
cohol 4 14
194—Mlrb. Firs A Marin* Ins.
00, Insurance 116 40
197 D. Reardon, shavings... 31 50
198— F W*. Sepull. repairs... 16 40
199 Vesta Accumulator Cos,
buttery t 10
• f 259 4 0
GENERAL FUND
801—Hedwtg Weiss, dis
bursements f 29 35
102 —Wm. J. Nagsl. Postmas
ter; stamps 50 V 0
Srß—Hsdwlg Weiss, dis
bursements ... 77 60
829—W. J. Nagel, Postmas
ter. postage 60 00
#BO—W. J. Nagel, Postmas
ter, postage 40 00
831—W. J. Nagel. Postmas
ter, postage..... 60 00
838<r-Archer A Lanyon, stor
age 40 00
834—Barclay Parsons A
Klspp. services. 5.000 0*
815—M V. Brown A Sons Cos,
stationery, etc 9 10
834—Callaghan A Cos, law
boons f9 75
887—Calvert Lithographing
Cos, olty maps 6 86
838— conway Brief Cos,
printing records 19 90
839 Dally Attend Post, sub
scriptions 86 00,
840— The Detroit Times, adv. 4 ol‘
841— The Detroit Timas, adv. 437 87
842 Electric Railway Jour
nal. subscription 3 00
843 Evening New* Associa
tion. adv.. 152 46
84 4—Evening New* Associa
tion. adv |0 '74
846 —Edward Ford, rent, etc. 279 2e
844 Gregory. Mayer A ’luom
Cos, stationery 343 80
84 Mayer A Thom
Cos, furniture. (8 00
848— G. A R. McMillan Cos.
gingsr ale, etc » 4 25
849 Mamer Sign 'Co, sign
work 2 00
860— Mich. State Telephone
Cos, service 188 13
861— Mich. State Telephone
Cos, eervice 8
852—Richmond A Backus Cos,
supplies 8 80
868—Fred W. Smith, entry
fee 5 10
864—Taxi-cab Service Cos.
service » 70
856 Time* Printing Cos,
printing 106 20
854—Toledo Plate A Window
Glass Cos, glass 6 25
857 — Underwood Typewriter
Cos, supplies 25
868—Volk Stamp A Stencil
Cos, supplies 12 85
859—Wright. Kay A Cos. ra-
P»lr 25
840— - Lindsay-Luzon
Cos, Ink wells, etc.... 36 25
8 7,239 07
GENERAL ROAD FUND.
1656 Ain Carriage a Wag
on Works, repairs, t 36 7»i
1657 W H Anderson Tool
A Hup. Cos., dressing
tools .* 2, 70
1668 John Archer, tar...,. 204 *7
1669 John Archer, tar. ... 247 24
1660 R L. Aylward. coke.. «. oft
1661 — Barber Asphalt Paving
Cos., repairs 63 do
1662 — L. Black A Cos., ther
mometer 1 00
1663 Thco. Wuesterwald. ce
ment int 35 47
1664 P. J Breen, telephone
calls 6 35
1665 — Carpenter A Anderson.
1 emovlng hack fl 1I .
etc 6ftft 28
1666 — Blue Prig
1 A l>g. Cos., blueprint
ing ' S 1 2
16*7—Commercial Photo Prtg
Cos., photos 6 25
1668 —Cronenwelt A Hons, re
pairs 18 62
166»—Wm. E. Currie, cedar. 662 40
1670 John F.fCrudden. dls
/ biirsements . , 75
1671 H Clay, .cement
1672 dtntrnl Boiler Works.
repairs 12 95 I
1673 Detroit Bridge A Hteel
Works, repairs ... 86 Oft
I*74—Detroit Bridge A Hteel
Works Ist est 7.»oft 061
1616 Detroit Bridge A Hteel
0 Works, 2nd eat 7,000 no
1676—Detroit City Oaa Cos.,
gas 6ft
1 €77—Detroit Lumber Cos.,
lumber 4. ... 388 18
1678—H. H. Dickinson Cos.,
cement *. .. NO oft
187*—Detroit United Rail
way, tickets j, ..... 4ft 30
1660—Dtinbsr Btoiw*’’' Cos.,
■tone 191 71
1611—Dunbar gtons Cos.,
THE DETROIT TIMES, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 16. 1914.
Crushed stone 333 2«*
1882 —DuKoy Ml* Cos. block •’» 34
1683 —H D Edwards A Cos,
twin*-
1484 —ll D. Edwards A Cos,
pump. ett ... 444
1686 H D 'Edwards A Cos,
SUpplle* . 48 40
1484—H D. Edwards A Cos.
mish cord 1 *•
1687 Elmer u Amend. h> ■
drometer, etc. 401
168*—N M Forms*, cement
dot i*
16b9—F I* Kutohlck. sweep
ing . . ' 3*. 40
'l4oo—|T t T Putchick. sweep
ing • • 3J
1691 S Graham, repairs.... > **•»
101*2 -Garner Bros, cement
int • 33
1693 —Gregg iidwe. i’o, hdwe
1694 - Gregg Hdwe Cos, saw 1 4*
1685—Goodyear Tire A Rub
ber Cos. case .... . -* u *
1096—Greenslnde OH Cos, oil .’1 3®
1637 —A. Harvey’s Sons Mfg
Cos, supplies
1698 A T. Knowlson C<\>
supplies “
1699 J, G Kelly, spraying 43 ‘>o
'l7O0 —1" Koenig Coal Cos.
coal ' 13 59
'I7OI—CIiMM. U l*eech bum
t>er Cos, lumber .... a 3>
*l7O3 —Jo*. Mclsiugblin. ce
ment int 0 If
! I*o3—C. A Mahle A Hon.
broom blocks
17 (• 4—Metropolitan Caving _
Brick Cos, Ist est .<8 74
11705—Metropolitan Caving „
Brick Cos, brick . ■ >**B **
1706—Metropolitan Paving
Brick Cos, brick . 869 50
170" —Metropolitan Paving
Brick Cos, brick 706 it
1708— Mich. Vitrified Brick
Cos, Ist and final est J.»46 05
1709 Mich. Vitrified Brick
Cos, brick I* 4
1710— Mich Vitrified Brick
Cos, 3rd and final e«t 1.332 ‘8
1711 — Henry Mined, cement
int.
1712 A. B, Moeller, rent.... 80 00
1713 Geo. D. Nutt. Ist eet. . 3.1 L; 50
1714 Geo D. Nutt. Ist est. . 6 6fV 00
1715 Ohio Marble Cos, dust 38* 00
1714 —Otis Cement Const. Cos,
hauling atone 41 30
1717 — Otis Cement Const. Cos,
cement Int. 33 Ls
1718— J. C. Otto, cement Int. 13 25
1710 —Pattlson Oil Cos. oil. 15 29
1720 — Republic Creosotlng
Cos, sth and final est 6,073 II
1721 — Republic Creosotlng
Go, Ist and final eat 4.005 00
1732—Republic Creosetlng
Cos, let and final eet. 2.135 14
1735 —Republic Creoelt in g
Cos, let and final eet. 731 00
1724 —Republic Creosotlng
Cos, 4th and final est. 3.JIT 60
1735 Republic Creosotlng
Cos. 3rd est 5.884 70
1720 —Rlnshed-Gagnler Paint
Coo . turpentine I 94
1717 —Walter C. Schukneeht,
sweeping *l5B 40
1730—Walter C. Sohuknecht.
sweeping 146 20
1739—Searchlight Go, re
charge 15
1730 — Seldler-llamlln Hales
Cos, gasoline ’.O 30
1731 — Searchlight Cos, re
charge ... 76
1732 — H. L. Sheffler. cement
walks 10 86
1733 — Smith. Hlnchman A
Grylls, services 072 50
1784 —Solvay Process Cos, c.
stone 251 31
1736 Standard Oil Cos, oil. 6 78
1736 — Splltdorf Electric Cos,
coll II 5*
1737 Union Furnace Cos,
shovela 3 ®
1738 W E Tackabery. dis
bursements 3 00
1739 United Fuel A Supply
Cos, sand 114 17
1740 — United Fuel A Supply
Cos, sand 380 04
1741 United Fuel A Supply
• Cos, crock 320
174*—Victor Walgrave. ce
ment Int 4 7#
1743—Wayne Cos. Moving A
Storage Cos, cinders. 179 30
17*4 —Wetmore-Qulnn Cos,
gasoline 38 80
1746—J. T Wing A Cos. aup
, piles 6 15
1148—T. L Smith Cos, mixer 1.452 00
901.574 88
MARKET FUND.
90—Toledo Plate A Window
Glass Cos, window Its 9 1 16
PARK AND BOULEVARD FUND.
1469 Wm J. Nagel. - Post
master. postage ... 9 3e 00
1444—W H. Anderson Tool
A Supply Cos, tools.. 4 42
1465 Armstrong A Graham,
supplies 37 73
1466 — Auto Tire Repair Cos.
repairs • 440
1467 — Board of Water Com
missioners. sundries. 17 85
1409—Bockstans Bros, sup
plies 9 41
1 489—H. W. Busch. Ssv'y,
petty cash 46 33
1470 — Banner Laundering Cos..
laundry 56 37
1471 — Max Bartholomael Son
A Go, 3rd esto 3,200 00
1472 — Max Bartholomael Son
A Cos, Ist est 2,100 00
1473 J. Calvert's Sons, stone
and sand 402 8.4
147* —J. Calvert's Sons, pipe 4 32
1475—Detroit News Cos, sup
plies 1 n
1470 —Eason. Moore A Cos,
supplies 4 10
1477 —Evening News Ass'n.
advertising 29 *•*
1479—D. C. Funke, soft drinks 800
1470 —A. Harvey Sons Mfg
Cos, supplies 9 <0
1400—A. Harvey's Sons Cos,
supplies 34 49
1481— Kimball-Elsenberg Cos,
supplies 10 74
1482 — Klmball-Eiaenberg Cos,
supplies 2 78
1483 Max C. Kooh. City
Treas , labor and ma
terial 318 00
1484 Wm E. Metzger Cos,
supplies 11 00
1(85 —Morton's Bakery, sup
plies 20 01
1490 — National Case A Car
ton Cos, napkins ... 29 62
1 487 —T B Ravi Cos, supplies 5 90
1408—Adolph Xehrelber. sup
plies 9 00
1489 — Htendard Oil Cos, oil.. 8 »9
1400 —F Stearns A Cos, sup
plies 2 50
1491 stokes A Whlttlng
ham. 2nd est 1.550 00
1492 Oha* A. Strellnger A
Cos, supplies . 4 97
1498—Chas A. strellnger A
Cos, hardware, 3 41
1494 — Sun Go, gasoline, etc. 212 11
1495 Taepke-Zepf l'aint Cos,
Cos, paint 160 27
1490 Telfer Coffee Cos, cof
fee 6 89
1497 —J. T. Wing A Cos, sup
plies 10 U
9 9.409 34
PARK AND BOULEVARD CASH AC
COUNT FUND
26 Max C Koch, City Treas .
rebate on permits ....I 140 50
POLICE FUND
811 —Banner laundering Cos.,
laundry work . f 36 80
813—The Blome Bros. Cos.
supplies .... 540
813—The Bo> ei -Campbell Cos..
supplies 10 *7
; *l4—Con wav Brief »w. bul
letin 74 Oft
815— Det City Gas Cos. gas.. 24 92
816— Fred Derslilnskl. Im
pounding <logs 73 50
I 817 —General Hales Cos., sup
plies ftf 62
1818—-William H Green A Hon,
meals 4 34
819—Chas. 1», Hartman Cos..
supplies 61 65
82ft —H. F Heath. Agent, sup
plies . . . x 77 60
621 ---Huron Radiator co., i-»:
pairs . . 3 76
*22 — Edison Illuminating Cos..
current 1 66
] 823—Frank Flnnigan, sup
plies 93 Ift
u 24—John tlranke, meals.... 7 67
j 825 —Mrs Elisabeth Orygler.
meals 14 98
'B26 —A Harvey’s Hons Mfg
I*o., supplies /. 15 06
627 W J Hartwlg Cos., sup
plies 91 13
828—-R- hert Hutton A Cos.,
signs in Oft
H-JH -A H.,!*ena A Cos., meals I:i 4ft
s.tft —Lewis A Hmlth. meals.. 3 65
831—Mav «' Ko*h, Treas,
supplies 11 73
sH2—A. T Knowlson t.*o., sup
plies :io 5k
*33 —Edward J. Nebel, shoe
polish ... Ift sft
*34—l’enlnaular Elec. Light
' Cos.. 5 light . , ... . 42
825 Pringle Furniture <’«*, ,
frames 6 65
826 Hillman Bros, meals ... 176 15
88T—Superior Heal A Htamp
Cos , supplies 121 75 I
85K—I'll Rett Fuel A Supply
CO, supplies 586 00
689 l*. S Tile Go, core*... 12 35
640—1\ N. Tire Cos, 111 »• ... 71 0*
*4l l*. S Tire CO, tires 56 88
s 12— Geo. A. Walter*. Secy,
Impounding dogs 17 75
643 Geo A. Waiters, Sec),
seerst service 112 02
644 — Geo. A. Walters, Sec),
minor hills 35 42
xl6 -W in E Wandersee.
gauntlet* 15 75
*4o—WTle> A Dixon Chanda-
Her Cos, supplies 5 50
*t7—J H Wimmvr supply
Cos, supplies 59 76
t 3.069 25
four commission fund.
HJ!»—Cadillac Motor Car Cos,
auto ambulance 3,200 00
310 Crowley-Miiner A Cos,
comforter 3 00
3H—Detroit Ambulance Cos,
service * 10 50
• 2—Detroit News Cos, sta
tionery . rvr* ! 1 *0
2 Ft- The Detroit Tubercu
losis Sanatorium, care
of sick .fT 34 85
344 Forest laiwn CenieterjL
j Cos, burial ground ... 85 00
34*—Jos. Goleinblski. pro
visions 4 00
346 Grace Hospital, care of
sick 1.046 70
347 Harper Hospital, care of
sick 705 83
348 — Huron Cos. Supts. of
Door, med attendance 192 44
349 — Johnson-laii sen Cos,
plumbing and heating 2,700 00
33d —Henr> Koenig, sugar... 1 3"
Sol—A Kuhlman A Cos, leg
brace, etc. ........... 11
*52 —Library Bureau, Manila
folders 2 4 X(l
3.73 —J. TV Maney. burials, etc 266 00
354 Mt. Elliott Cemetery
Cos, burial ground ... ■ 4 7 60
357—M. M' Fadden coal 227
376 Peter B. O’Neil, atten
dant 3» n0
357 —Fere Marquette Railroad
Cos, transportation . . 9 40
30«_-St Mary's Hospital, spe
cial treatmeut 296 o«
359—Kchmled-Hlsman Cos,
carpontrv. etc 1.900 00
3*0 —Hchmied-SHman Cos,
carpentry, etc. .......
361 —Slllman Bros, meals .. '-0 •*
262 —A J Smith Construction
Cos . mason work 1.990 00
363 The Trojan Laundry Cos,
laundry 1
364 — The Trojan I-auudry Cos,
laundry > **
366—Robert J Teagan, sal
ary »' o 0
344—R. J Valentine A Son.
delivering fuel -a< h *
j«7—Wabash Railroad Cos,
transportation “ •*
960—Washtenaw Cos. Supts
of Poor, care of sick.
etc • 15
869—Whitehead A Kales Iron
Wks. steel and Iron
work 4.651 00
370—Wolverine Optical Cos,
eye-glasaea 2 35
971 —Wolverine Optical Cos,
eya-glaaaes 8 <5
918.540 98
PUBLIC BUILDING FUND
176 Det. City Gaa Cos, gss. .$ 60
177 H D. Edwards A Cos,
supplies J ”
17*—Samuel Graham, repairs 8 10
179—Max C Koch. CHy Treas
drainage 409 30
190—A. T. Knowlson Cos,
fuses 3 7 ®
181— A. T Knowlson Cos, sup
piles J JJ
182 — National Soap Cos, soap z 92
185—Toledo Plate A Window
Glass Cos, plate glass IS 00
184 — Gregg Hardware Cos,
hardware »
185— Louia Kamper. services. 156 »•
186— Otis Cement Const. Cos ,
walks 094 93
197—John H. Zimmerman
Est. 350 00
9 1.654 71
PUBLIC HEALTH FUND
451—Armour A Cos, soap 9 70 00
459—The Beck Cereal Cos,
supplies I*
469—81ue Valley Creamery
Cos, butter 1* 0®
454 Herman W. Brsu. sup
piles » - 6
455 Herman W. Breu. sup
plies I*o
466—Herman W. Breu. sup
plies HI 33
457—Herman W. Breu. sup
\ piles 11® '®
459 The (’oast Products Cos,
supplies 6‘ "0
469 —Norris K. Crisman. estl
mate 1,44d) 00
48P—Detroit Collage of Med.
A Hurg, rent 120 00
461—DePree Chemical Cos,
fuinlgtitors 338 **
46*—Detroit Rubber Htamp
Cos, rubber stamps... 63 96
468—Detroit Window Clean
ing 00, services 6 12
464 — General Ice Delivery
Cos . lc* 9 25
465 Gillette Mfg Cos, H W.
bottles . It 00
460 — Charlee D Hartman Cos,
cabinets, etc 26 36
♦ 07 —The J. F. Hart* Cos,
supplies 173 27
468 Hilton, Hart A Koehn
Cos, cabinets, etc. ... 80 00
469 — A C. Jacob Cos, window
shades 170 00
470 Jenks A Muir Mfg Cos,
bedding 104 **
471 — Johnson A Johnson,
gause HO 00
472 Louis Hamper, archi
tect's fees 2,495 35
473 L. B King A Cos, crock
ery 32 97
474 Sam Kuttnauer A Bro,
dusters *2 GO
476 John W. Ladd Cos, sup , «
plies . 5 00
470 H. iAnge A Cos, groc
eries 21* 27
477 — J T. Mayhew. milk
boxes ” 75
47*—E C. Mead, supplies.... 12 0j
479 Muncey Cartage Cos,
teaming 29 00
480 — O'Connor , Bros, esti
mate ... 2.000 0"
481— O'Connor Bros, esti
mate 2.00 u 00
4M2'—Geo. J. Relndel A Cos,
furniture, etc 40 76
483—H J. Somers, silverware 42 67
444—Frederick Steurns A Cos,
antitoxin 489 06
488—Wm. B Thompson A
Bro, meat 179 79
488 —i*. g. Internal Revenue
Collector, stamps .... 2 00
487 — Underwmd Typewriter
Go, typewriter *3 76
488— Frank Wise, fruit, etc.. 134 02
489 — O'Connor Bros, plumb
ing, etc. 372 96
811.309 Ift
PUBLIC LIGHTING COMMISSION.
730 — F. C. Marti ndale, secy
state licenses 8 69 00
731 Albert A. Albrecht Cos.,
Ist prog est., 1,929 fts
732 — America Car A Foundry
Cos., castings 2.763 21
732 —Am Engineering Cos.,
frames 86 90
734 —Kenneth Arderson Cos..
pipe 1 95
786—N. P. Anderson, team
ing .. 375 oft
738 —Beerhei, peek A Lewis.
pnper 41 26
727—F T Bowler. secy. o*Plt
dlsb 48 2ft
788 —Brennan Truck Cos.,
freight and cartage... 2 46
719—M. V Brown A Hons Cos.,
embossing 22 50
740 — Dr>ant A Berry Cos..
castings 2 79
741 — Buhl Boll< Cos., supplies. 80 23
742 Central Boiler Works,
steel 1 10
17 43—Central Tire Repair Cos.,
I repairs ld 37
744 —Chhlsey Towel '.Supply
Cos., t( v els 9 63
7 46—Chope-Htevena Co..
. paper. *t« 32 36
I 746 —Christa Marble Cos., pan
els 34 Oft
747—Commercial Milling Cos..
weighing . 3 sft
*74B—Consumers Rubber Cos..
l ose 15 Oft
749—Jas E. Cotant plumb
ing ♦ 06
76ft— Crne,. Cos., supplies 2* 13
751— Cummings A M tore. %
graphite ............. 6 64
7;,j—Ow<• t utter Cos., lamp
post a. etc. 396 00
753 ftebim.it ei lldwe, Cos..
supplies v. ••••♦ \ 27! 67
754 f»et. Blue I rlnt A Hap.'
• Cos., tune and paper.... 7 »o
755 Detroit (Mtr (las Cos., eas 1 26
7 so—Detroit Column A Mfg
Pn , wood shafts 63ft Oft
767 Detroit Graphite Cos..
pM n t 1 72
768 — Detroit V Ir.dow Clean
ing Cos /•" T v|c**i ft 6b
78%—Dlack A Hmlth. foal feat 15 »«
76ft —11. D. Edwards A Co s,
hoots / * 9«i
701 —Fie trios! Kng Equip.
Cos, switches 379 *0
762—Fat: tanks Morse A Cos, /.
scale tickets 4 00
7*B—K. Ferguson Cos, Ltd,
freight and ctg 1* 05
744—Fora Motor 00, auto
parts 3 35
703—Urn lock Packing Cos,
packing 1 40
706 —General Ice Delivery Cos,
ice « 30
767—Wm D Gibson Cos,
springs • • 2r
76S~>J. 7'. Lose Cos, cover... \ 1*
769 Greviishide Oil Cos, gneo. ..
and oil 187 ;.5
770 Hall Reusing Works,
frame 3 ™
171—HHton. Hart A Garrett.
binders 30
772 Hough Mfg Go, "t«*» „ ...
cabinet " uu
773 Wm G. Isbell. «>H*e and
tubes
774 H W. Jones- Manvllle
Cos hose »•»
77e—Max (’ Koch, city treas,
* - inspection, etc •• • •
776 — Th« P. Koenig Coal Go, ..
coal 3 * 713 tb
777 J A. Merrier. 9th prog v
778 J. A Mereter. 10th prog
est 11.169 1*
779 Mich. Bolt A Nut Wks.
bolt. • * l '\ 2*
780— Mich Drug Cos, alcohol 4 all
781 — Midi. Malleable lion Cos,
castings "*
782 Mitchell-Rand Mfg »’o,
cement 4 00
703 —Mich. State Telephone
Cos, service 11.
7*4—Moieton Truck Go,
freight and cartage.. • »»
786 National Go,
solder ... .»3 35
7X6—National Pole Cos, poles 666 0a
787 National Pole Cos, cedar
poles 333 •»
788— Newcomb-Endloott Cos,
linoleum 49 r,
789 Pslnn r-Bce Go repairs 1 26
790 — Pittsburgh Bhaftlng Cos,
steel 340
791 The Prest-o-Ute Cos.
recharge 1 76
792 — Remington Typewriter
Cos, repairs * 00
799—Restrlok Lumber Cos,
lumber 13 la
794 Richmond A Backus
Cos, tables, etc 51 J 6
795 — Rlnshed-Gagnler Paint
Cos. paint and glass.. 6 4.
794 —J. A Roebllngs Sons Cos,
wire and cable 3.309
797 — Boehm A Davison. Iron 166 5*
798 Murray W. Sales A Go,
supplies I
799 Splitdorf Klee. Cos, re
pairs * 3R
900—Chas A. Strellnger Cos,
taps ~ i®
801— Studebaker Corp of
America, fenders .... 24 40
802— Superior A Stamp
Cos, stamps - *0
808—Harry Svenspaard Sales
Corp. repairs J 2 41
804 —Frank C. Teal Cos, sup
piles 43 93
806— Tuttle A Clark, auto
robes 34 66
896—United Fuel A i4up. Cos,
sand and pipe 7® ■;
807— Vacuum Oil Cos, oil 14-8
808— Victor Elec. Sup Cos,
auto parte V s *
809— Henry L. Walker Cos,
wlr* and conduits .. *.6 jo
H 10 —Western Klee. Cos., an
chors 1.2*2 21
811— Geo. C. Wetherbee A Cos.,
mats • I *2
812— White Star Refining Cos,
oil 3 39
818 —Gleason-Tlehout Glass
Cos, globes 652 51
814 - Abbott Motor Csr Cos,
Jiood locks 1-*
815 —Pere Marquette Railroad
Cb, freight charges . 57 .9
93*.489 98
PUBLIC SEWER FUND.
306 W. H. Anderson Tool A
Sup Co./rivets 9 1 91
jog—F. C. Austin Drainage
Excav. Cos, machine.. 6.99 4 82
307 — 11. Llpplncott, Receiver.
10th and final est 1.000 0®
308 — Carpenter A Anderson.
2Rth prog, est 3.339 *0
309 Western Construction
Cos, cl/ arm 498 56
310— Banner Laundering Cos,
towel supply 2 00
311 — United Fuel A Supply
Cos, crock 4.022 09
31*—H. D. Edwards A Cos,
boots • ‘®
313—Max C. Koch. City Treas
j cement and sand .. 29-4
14—Max G. Koch City Treas,
materials » 3 9*
315 —Jeynes A Affeld. sewer. 8.401 80
310—John Johnson Cos, cov
ers. etc 60 66
317 Max C Koch. City Treas.
oil and gasoline .... 80 52
318— L. C. Miller, ass't. re
fund 7 7 71
319 Julius Porath. sewer... 0,6*4 00
320 yWm. Porath. city arm . 38 08
321 Det Lumber Cos, lum
ber •* ®l
931.826 21
RECORDER'S COURT FUND.
28 —M. V Brown A Sons Cos,
envelopes I 10 00
59—Detroit News Cos, sup
plies 18 57
30—Mich. State Telephone
Cos, service 7 3 25
8 41 7*
SPECIAL ASSESSMENT SINK INO AND
INTEREST FUND
B—Max C Koch. GltV Treax
bonds and Int |sj 946 79
GKO. ENGEL
Controller.
Referred to Committee on Claims
and Accounts.
From th# Controller.
To th* Honoiable the Common Council:
Gentlemen —1 be* to report that. In
accordance with a resolution adopte I
by your Honorable Body at a session
held November 17, 1914, the Detroit
United Railway ha* paid into the Cliy
Treasury the sum of |I3S, lo the mat*
ter of the vacation of public alleys
adjoining their property at the north
west corner of Dlx and Llvernots
av«i.
Respectfully submitted,
GKO ENGEL.
Controller.
Accepted and placed on flle.
From the Controller.
To the Honorable the Common Council
Gentlemen —I be* to advls* your
Honorable Body that lain In receipt
of * communication from the Union
Trust Company relative to the safe
keeping of the City Sinking Fund se
curities. which I herewith submit, and
recommend that It be referred to the
Committee on Ways and Means.
Respectfully submitted.
GEO. KN'GKL
Controller.
Referred to Committee on Ways and
Mean's.
From the Controller.
To the Honorable the Common Council:
Oentlemen —It le expedient that the
municipal work of constructing school
buildings, sewers, hospitals, conduits,
etc., be continued at this time, and I
uni Informed from reliable sources that
the present is an advantageous time
to Issue bonds, lo provide for the funds
for this purpose.
I, theiefore, recommend the adoption
of a resolution directing the Controller
to advertise for proposals for the pur
chase of the whole or any part of
9&50,“0<( 30-year t’ubllc School bonds:
1200,000 30-year Public Sewer bonds:
9170.000 30-year Public Building bond*
tfor hospital); 9100.00 Q 30-yenr Public
Building bonds «for new Municipal
Court Building); 9-9.000 10-year Pub
lic Building bonds, < for garage);
f 193.000 10-year Public Building bonds
(for garbage Incinerator); JlSCo&O Is*
year Public Lighting bonds (for cog
dulls). authorised by the « ommon
Council and Board of Estimates In
1914. n
Respectfully submitted;
GKO. ENGEL.
Controller.
By Aid. Vernor:
Whereas, the Common Council of the
City of Detroit, on Match 28. 1914, and
the Board of Estimates of the City
of Detroit, on March 30. 1014. acting
under the power conferred by .Section
13 of Chapter 20 of the Charter and
Laws of the City, as amended by an
act of the Legislature approved April
2. 1901, authorised the issue of 91,?i9.-
000 of Public School bonds, and
Whereas, the Common Council of the
City of Detroit, on March 28. 292 4. and
the Board of Estimates of the City of
Detroit, on March 10. 1914, acting iin-!
der the power conferred by Section 7
of Chapter 11 of tfc* t?harter and Lowe
of the City, as amended June 4. 1901.
and June IS. 1007. authorised the Issue
of 9SOS.QOO of Public Hewer bonds, and
Whereas, the Common Oounrtl’of the
<*lty of Detroit, on March 28. 1914, and
ths Board of UitlinatM of ths City of
Detroit. on Mkrth 30, 1014, actinic un
der the power confsirsd by MsctTon 1
of Chapter 11 of tbs Charier and Luwi
of ths City, aa amended June I, lull,
authorised the iaaue of 11.105.000 ut
Public Building honda, and
Whereas. the Common Council of the
City of Datroit. on March If. 1114, ami
the Board of Estimate* of tne City of
Detroit. on March JO, 1914, acting un
der the power coufaried uy necuon 7
of Chapter 13 of the Charter and Uw<
of the City, authorised the Issue o>
|657.000 Public Ligating bonds; there
fore he It
Kesolved. that the Controller be, and
he la hereby authorised and uliected
to advertise In the official newspaper
of the City, being the Detroit Times,
In three laauee. Inviting proposals for
the purchase of the whole oi any part
of JO-year Public Hchool bonds;
and *- . jo 30-year Public Newer
bonds; and 9270,000 30-year I’uhlic
Building bonds, and 9401,000 10-year
Public Hu lid In a bonds, and 9360,000 10-
year Public Lighting bonds, authorised
to be Issued ss afoiesald. sach of said
t’ond* to boos the denomination of
fioii <m- multiple thereof, as may bg
found expedient; to bear Interest at
the rate of 4 4 per cent par annum,
the Public School, Public Bewer, and
9270.000 of Public Building, U> mature
In 80 years, the Public lighting, and
|4ovooo of Public Building to mature
in 10 years front date of Issue, without
option of prior payment or redemption.
| Adopted us follows:
Yeas —Barnett. Behlow. Blell, Burton.
'Case. Dill. Field. Frelwald. Oltnnan.
Goldner, Guthsrd, Hindis, Jskel, Keat
ing. I.einpke, Littlefield. Lodge. Nowc,
O'Brien. Owen. Reinhardt. Schemansky,
Schultz. Thompson, Vernor, Wattell
\\ ettrel, Wilson, and the Presldsntt.
I—ft.
Nays—Non*
From th# Controller.
To the Honorable the Common Council:
Gentlemen—At the request of the
Board of Trustees of the Detroit Mu
seum of Art. and upon the advice of
the Corporation Counsel. w« are with
holding the salary of the Assistant Di
rector. Clyde W. Burroughs, covering
the first half of December. 1914, it
being the desire of the said Trustees
and this Department, through friendly
suit, to establish the right of the De
troit Museum of Art to legally issue
bonds for their needs In the near
future.
Respectfully submitted,
GEO. F.NOKL.
Controller.
Accepted and placed on file.
Aid De Oalan entered and took his
seat.
From the City Treasurer
To the Honorable the Common Council*.
Gentlemen —I herewith submit my
trial balance for Nov. 30, 1914.
Respectfully,
MAX C. KOCH.
City Treasurer.
CITY TREASURER'S TRIAL BALANCE. NOVEMBER 30, 1914.
City Bids 9 33.513 16
City Treasurer Accounts
Receivable . 95.132 83
City Treasurer Sidewalk
Bills 36.185 77
City Treasurer Special As
sessment Rolls 1,754,353 86
City Treasurer Sp*dal As
sessment City Bids .... 46,779 96
City Treasurer Noxious
Weed City Bids 74 25
Cttv Treasurer Uenerul
fax Levies 791,010 10
Public Sewer Loan ...... 4.999,000 00
Public Improvement I/Oun 535.000 00
Public Ughtlng Loan ... 1.079,000 00
Public School I«oan 7.217.000 00
Public Building Loan .. 786.000 00
Boulevard Improvement
Loan . s 705.000 oO
Park Improvement l*>an 650 000 00
Park and Boulevard Lmn 484.000 00
Museum of Art lx>an .... 50.'*00 00
Contagious Disease Hos
pital Loan H»0 000 00
Public Library Loan 750.U0U '*o
Grade Separation Loan.. 100.000 uu
Woodmere Loan 93,000 00
Delia) Dian 115.500 00
Springwells Loan 74.000 00
Falrvlew I>*an 127.833 23
Township of Grosse Pointe
l»an 69.431 00
Village of Hamtramck
Loan 14.992 40
Street Paving lioan 2.149.859 64
lateral Sewer Loan 3'*8.36l 33
Alley Paving Isian 3 15.742 30
Strong Box Account .... 4 846,466 1 7
Board of Education Strong
Box Account 101.700 00
Welfare Bureau Imprest ,
Cash Account 100 00
City Treasurer Imprest
Cash Account 725 00
Corporation Counsel's Im
prest Cash Account . . 100 00
Fire Commission's Imprest
Cash Account 25 00
Public Library's Imprest
Cash Account 200 00
Park rfnd Boulevard De
partment’s Imprest Cash
Account 500 00
Police Department's Im
prest Cash Account ... 894 93
Art Mus-um's Imprest
Cash Account 150 OO
Security Trust Cos. ...... 17.687 02
Cleveland Trust Cos 1.619 16
Cash t.HS'SS 42
Invested Funds 1,914,030 14
934,418,832 97
Accepted and placed on file.
From Department of Public Work*
To the Honorable the Common Council:
Gentlemen —In order to complete the
work of the addition to the F. asphalt
plant and to curry on the work to the
end of the present fiscal year In the
laboratory, I would recommend the
transfer of $l,lOO from the surplus In
the 1913-14 General Road Fund.
Respectfully submitted.
OEOROR II FENKKLL.
Commissioner.
By Aid. Vernor:
Resolved. That the Controller, be.
and la hereby authorised and directed
to mak* the proper entries on his
books to effect the transfer of 91.100
from the 1913-14 surplus In the Gen
eral Road Fund to the credit of the
1 following sub-funds In the same fund:
For addition to South Asphalt
Plant $1,000.00
Supplies for laboratory—As
phalt Plant 100.00
$l,lOO 00
Adopted as follows;
Yc*e —Aid. Barnett, Behlow. Bletl.
Burton. Case, De Gslan, Dill, field.
Kreiwald. Ollnnan, Ooldner. Guthnrd.
i Hlndle. Jakd, Resting Lempke. Little
field. Lodge. Nowc, O’Brien. Owen, Rein
hardt. Britenr nnsky. Bchulta, Thompson
Vernor. Wartell Wentel. Wilson and
the President —10.
Nays—None
From Department of Public Worke
To the Honorable the Common Council:
Gentlemen —In order to balance tbs
account I would recommend the trans
fer of $84.80 from the surplus In the
Public Sewer Fund to the credit of
the sub-fund In the same fund known
as Account No 14— Sidewalk and Grad
ing lawn —Falrvlew Pumping Station
Respectfully submitted. >
GEORGE H FKNKELI*
Commissioner.
By Aid. Vernor:
Resolved. That the Controller be. and
Is hereby authorised and directed to
make the proper entries on his hooks
to effect the transfer of 984.80 from
the surplus In the Public Sewer Fund
to the credit of the sub-fund In the
same fund known ns Account No. 18—
Sldewnlk and Grading Lawn —Falrvlew
Pumidng Station
Adopted as follows:
Yes*—Aid. Barnett, Behlow, Blell,
Burton. Care, TV Gslan, Dill, Field.
Frelnald. Ollnnan. Goldner, Guthnrd
Hlndle, Jaket, Keating Tempk*. IJttle
fleld, Lodge Nowc. O'Brien. Owen, Rein-
hurdt. Hcbeiuausky, Bchuitl. Thcb»l> ,ou :
Vernor. Wmittlt, \v«nael, Wilson and
the Pi* si.lent—lo.
Nay»—Nun*.
From Dopgrtmont of Public Works
To the Honorable the Common Court* il
Gentlemen—ln omer to complete the
wui g 1 would i econnuend the traiul# l
us 9142.23 ft out tne siuptua In the 1911-
14 Goieial Ro.nl Fund to the credit ot
the sub-iund tn tne same fund known
as Lay.ug 4" W ater tnuln from Jef
fetaou avenue to 139 feet south to old
Cummin* Station p.upcity, and Laying
Water Main into *V« stern Yard.
Ib»ef ttully submitted,
GEORGE H FENKELL
Commissioner.
By Aid Vernor;
Resolved. That the Controller be and
is heteby authorised and directed to
make the proper entries on his books
to effect ll»e transfer of 9142.23 from
the aurpltts In the 1913-14 General Road
Fund to the credit of the sub-funds In
the same fund us shown below;
Laying 6 Inch water main from
JefTerson avenue tp 439 feet a.
to old Pumping Station prop
. •rty U .951 0*
Laying Water Main Into West
ern Yard 91 15
914223
Adopted as follows;
' •***—Al<l. barnett. Behlow. Blell,
Burton. Ca*-\ De Galan. Dill, Field
Fielwald. Gltnnan. Uoldner, Guthard,
llindie, Jskel, Keating, Leiupke. Little*
neld. Lodge. N’uwc, O'Brien. Owen. Reln
-1 ardt, Hcnemunsky, Schultz, Thompson.
Vernor. Wartell, YYensel. Wilson and
the President—SO.
Nays—None
From Department of Public Workt
To the Honorable the Common Council:
Gentlemen—ln reply to a notice from
this office for 18 ilvuss Street Sweep
ing Machines, following bid was re
ceived:
Chan. Hvass & Cos., Inc 93.600
Chas. Hvass A Cos., is the only and
lowest bidder.
The Department of Public Works has
entered Into contract with the said
lowest bidder and hereby usks the ap
proval anil confirmation of the same
by your Honorable Body.
Respectfully submitted.
OEORGR H. FENKELL.
Commissioner.
By Aid. Keating
Resolved. That the contract entered
Into by the Department of Public
Works with Cbas. Hvnas A Cos., for fur
nishing eighteen <lB4 Hvass Street
Sweeping Machines, total cost 93.600.
be. and the same Is hereby approved
nnd confirmed.
Referred to Committee on Streets
From Department of Public Worke
To the Honorable the Common Council:
Gentlemen—This Department reconi*
Aggregate City Bids ....9 33 613 1 6
Agg t * gate Accounts Re
*.*£*• 96.1 32 83
Sidewalk Bills 36.185 77
Special Assessment Roils 1,784[353 86
Special Assessment City
v? M, , dß 46.779 96
Noxious Weed City Rids 7 4 25
Tax levies ... -A»2,020 10
Outstanding General ——. 1 t
City Bonds 17.454.000 00 1
Outstanding Bonds An
nexed Districts 484 756 63
Outstanding Special—As
sessment Bonds 2.893,966 17
Pinking Fund—Bond Ac
a ' oont «. 182,466 17
S. A. S. and Interest-
Bond Account 664,000 00
Hch«H»l Teachers' Retire*
ment Permanent Fund
—Bond Account .. rr. . ... 9970a 00
Sr rlpp* Memorial Fund—
Bond Account 2.000 00
Change Account 2.69 4 93
Contractors' Guarantv Ac
count 19.306 18
Current Tax Colleetlon*. 21.302 52
Park and Boulevard Cash
Account i.Bj 1 00
Department Public Works •
Cash Account No. I ... 21.306 81
Depa-tment Public Works
Cash Account No. 2..... 20959 60
Redemption Fund 11542 61
General City Bid Collec
tions 3 037 57
City Charges 147 13
Special Assessment Sink
ing aji l Interest Fund 433.568 25
Liquor License Fund .... 1 6 307 46
Board of Education *Fund 2.0*8 922 il
Police Fund 776.534* 78
Water Commission Fund :;:<«» 25
Fire Commission Fund.. 689 <*64 3«t
Public Library Fund .... 4|9s2H 25
General Fund 1*19.4440 f,o
General R »ad Fund *.lf» sHO 57
Park and Boulevard Fund 345 634 5::
Public Sewer Fund 376 itii as
Interest Fund 425 *>oo 4:*
r, uhMc H ilMinc Fund .. 44 30s r.o
Been—«e-'« Court Fund... 15 160 •;»,
**iil'tte I i*-»<tin K Fund ...
('.grbfiwo Fund 101 y ( *
» p W General Fund.. 44 1;
>4<*<ket Fund 23.36*4 v|
F|r* t» un-tment Retired
and f* «*toti Fund ... 24 251 15
S' ,v >cnt clie«-s* R<tir«*.
n 't"' Ve-mnneef Fund. 5.650 IS
Reboot Tesidie-** RiUlre
n’o"' Fund ... 24 ,r >6 «l
P-*44, n p nelnn Fond .... '' 6'»<4 'o*.
SlnVlne F»md ' 12” ”o'* n >
p *».. t,4 r> *'-td(re Fund.,. 5 25'*
PuN’lc F r *e f« lament Fund ],496 61
S , n*' , -'r Fund—Annexed
p4*»>tefs 1 ftt •>*
Pt-e«*t "4>'"*li« F*»nd .. 31 6*® <• •
G-S*e *4«. •>•»»••. f4 orl F<)n>d.. 15 081 112
Son- r*nr. Ur ,ted Polite
F»nd ;o a"« 6»
p,i*f 1n.,. n4 F.,r>q 1 ■»«; -
I ’or.-* CnnMnl,i.l„n Fund. . 'a* I■*
r»..v**-,
*r* '» .* Fund ?6 **'4
Pd-Balf fS* 1»1 U*!* **•
Ho«*es «t
14* tn- * t Refiind* ng-
RolJ Aeeount . 2.741 27
Cen»-*’l Heating Cos (De
r*o«lt> l.Onn 60
pln»-«n Pond f" 1 l 4»
9(”lnn*i v-mo-lot Fund.. "6s <4
ju’A>»at nrt Deposits .... ftV* '0
I*l'-en*ss 3 9 914 61
Deflclenev F,,nd 9.277 54
Oponlnr Award
Sidewalk Accounts 48 49
326 616 85®~~37
mends that the City Treasurer be di
rected to accept from the owner of
property below mentioned the artipunt*
specified and cancel balance on account
of error.
Respectfu’’y submitted,
i GEORGE 1L FENKKLL.
Commissioner
By Aid. Keating:
Resolved. That on recommendation of
the Department of J'ublic Works, the
City Treasurer be and is b«r»bv di
rected to accept from the owners -.f
property mentioned the amounts speci
fied for construction of cement walks
and cancel balances on account of ei
ror:
Sheet 1.14 E Pennsylvania—lot
146—Brandon’s nuh 9 S4O
Sheet 142—E. Crane between
Forest and Canfield. N. 187.64
ft of E. 125 45 ft. of O. L. I8;i 61
Adopted an followa:
Ve:ia—Aid. Barnett, Behlow. Ble||
Burton, Pune. De Gal aa. Dill, Field
FTelwald, UUuiuin. Goldner. Uuthard.
Hlndle, Jaket, Keating Lempke, Lltth
held. Lodge. Nowc. O’Brien, Owen Rein
hardt, Scjo-mansky. Scbuits. Thompson
Vernor. Wartell. Wensel. Wilson an.i
the President—3o.
Nays—Nona
From Department of Public Work*.
To the Honorable the Common Council:
Gentlemen—The Department of* Pub)
lie Uwki. Ui shja IS referred the i M
titlop of Glenn W. Watson, *t al, Tor
the paving of Avery avenue, Marquette
to r errv Park avenue; of L. fl ( aniet on
es al., for the (raving of Thirtieth street
VLGrnw to Ccbb Place; of A F. Tur
ner. et a{., for the paving of Kipling
nvenue. West Grand Pouievard to Beth
une; of (l P Rogers et al.. for the pav
ing »»f Vancouver avenue Grand River
to Beech wood; of Mrs Ellen Rot*, et al. '
for the paving of Duster avenue John
R to Melrose; of Dhas. N MrNaughton
♦•t al . for t! <• imvlng of Utica avenue
Jefferson to Kerchevnl, and of Dvfll lie
fer, *t al . for the paving of alley be.
Iweer Holcomb and Belvfdere from gi
Paul to Kerrheval. respectfully repm’
that the petith neri. are the owners of
the greater number of feet of frontal*
of real c-site abutting the streets pr«
(«o*«>d to be Improved The Department
therefore recommends that the pra\»m
of the fwtltioners be granted and th*
•Beits named within the limits stated
be paved. It Is estimated that the ro-(
of these improvements will be as sos
lows:
Avery Avenue—From Marquette to
(reatlseH §s Kelt Pag*),

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