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BATCRDAY, MAY 18, 1918.
t OtMmmc No. 363-A.
AK URDINANI'I «• rtnlalr lk« *«n
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T 111 HEREBY ORDAINED BY
THU PEOPLE or Tine CITY OF
DETROIT:
1. (Inspection)—lt shall
br (lie duty of the Chief of ths Do*
parttnent of Hafety Engineering
and his assistants. In addition to
their other duties, to Inspect all
manufacturing houses. Ice making
houses, cooling plants, refrlgera
tors, packing houses, cold storage
houses, chill rooms, fressers. or
any other factory or plaoe where
in the piping, machinery and other
apparatus Is under pressure, In
cluding boilers, tanks, Jacketed
kettles, generators, reservoirs and
pipes used therein, and the ap
paratus connected therewith, and
the extensions thereunto, wherein
ammonia or other poisonous
liquids, acids, gases, vapors or a
combination thereof, poisonous nr
otherwlas. are ussd In manufactur
ing houses. Ics making houses,
packing houses, cold storage
houses, chill rooms, freetsrs, cool
ing plants, refrigerators, nr any
other factory or place whatsoev
er owned or operated by any per.
son. firm or corporation within
the City of Detroit. Held Inspec
tions shall be made once a year
In any event and oflener when
ever. In the Judgment of the
Chief Inspector, such Inspection
shell he necessary.
Section 2.—(Drillings) Any
boiler, tank. Jacketed kettle, gen
erator or reservoir, and the pipes
and extension thereof, and ths
apparatus connected therewith.
In any manufacturing house, Ice .
making house, cooling plant, re
frigerator. packing house, cold
storage house, chill room, freeser,
or any othar factory or place
whatsoever wherein the piping,
■ machinery and apparatus Is un
der pressure, having been used
for five years or mor*-, and Its
condition hoing such that In the
opinion of the Chief Inspector
and his assistants ths seme
should he drilled. In order that
the exact thickness and condition
may he ascertained, and con
cerning which the aald Inspector
or Inspectors shall report the
same to the Chief Inspector and
ssid Inspector shall forthwith
serve, or cause to be served, the
owner, agent, lessee or occupant,
or person In possession or con
trol thereof with a written notice
to show cause to said chief In
spector. within five days, why
such boiler, tank, Jacketed ket
tle, generator or reservoir, and
ths pipes and extensions and ap
paratus connected therewith
should not be drilled If. after
the said owner, agent, lessee or
occupant has been heard at the
end of live days, or upon his
failure to appear within five days
and show cause why such work
hereinabove contemplated should
not be done, the Chief Inspec
tor deems It necessary that
said holler, tank. Jacketed kettle,
generator or reservoir, and the
pipes and extensions and appa
ratus connected therewith, shall
be drilled at such points as ‘he
Inspecting officer may direct, and
the drilling and plugging of said
holes In said hollers, tanka. Jack
eted kettles, generators or reser
voirs. and the pipes and exten
sions and apparatus connected
therewith, shall he done nt the
expense of the owner, agent, lea
aee or oecupant.
flection 2. (Building, etc.. Re
porled Unsafe- Procedure ) —lt
ahall he ths duty of the Chief
Inspector, when it Is reported to
him that any part of any manu
facturing house. Ice making
house, cooling plant, refrigerator,
packing house. cold storage
house, r-MU room. freearr. or
other factory or place wherein
the boiler, tank. Jacketed kettle,
generator, or resrvolr, and the
pipes and extensions thereof and
apparatus appertaining thereto
are used under pressure. »n%
wherein ammonia of other pois
onous lU|uors. acids, gases, vapors
or combination thereof, poisonous
pr otherwise arc used. Is In an un
safe and dangerous condition to
make an examination of the same,
and If th<*y or any part of them
are foun«l to he In such an un
safe condition as to endanger
life, he ahall forthwith serve, oc
cause to be served, the owner,
agent, lessee, occupant or psnwn
In possession, charge or control
of said manufacturing house.
Ice making house, cooling plant,
refrigerator, packing house, cold
storage house, chill room, freeser
or other factory or place, with a
notice In writing to adopt such
precautionary measures as shall
nave been spec I fled by the De
partment of Safety (engineering.
When" It shall come to the know
ledge of the Department of Safe
ty Engineering that any portion
of any building wherein the ap
paratus covered by this ordi
nance Is Installed. D In *w> h ap
parent unsafe condition as to
raise a rtsonahle question as to
the safety of the pipes or other
apparatus Installed therein, the
Department of Hsfety Engineer
ing shall, thereupon. Inform the
Building t xepartment In writing
of the condition of such buildings
or parts of buildings. It shall he
tbs duty of the Building Depart
ment. upon this infcimatlon in
writing, to cause e joint Inspec
tion or the building or parts of
buildings believed to he unsafe
for the operation and use of ap
paratus covered by this ordi
nance.
Nothing In this ordinance shall
be construed as authorising the
Department of Hafety Engineer
ing to Issue permits for the con
struction or alteration of build
ings.
lection 4 —(lce end Refrtgera,-
ting Plants—Tima of Inspection
—When not required.)—-It shall
be the duty of said Chief Inspec
tor, and his assistants, to msks
the inspections of Ice and refrl
gsratlng plants and parts there
of required by this article, so
far as found practical, within the
months of October. November and
December, to (he end that own
ers of plants shall be apprised of
necessary repairs and renewals,
and have sufficient time to make
same before the approach of
warm weather the following
spring: but nothing In this sec
tion shall prevent the making of
Inspections during other month*
as may be necessary for ths pro
tection of the public.
It shall not be the duty of the
Chief Inspector and hla assist
gaits, under the terms of this
Ordinance to Inspect any am
monia condensor or expansion or
other colls, commonly used, sub
merged or covered in water or
brine. „ . _
Section B— (Plans and spactfl
catlona for New or Reconstructed
Plants.)—No new plants or any
reconstruction' of old plants for
refrigeration or cooling purposes
Shall he Installed or srected or
maintained In the City of Detroit
until the plane and eberlflcatlone
therefor have been filed In the
oldie of the Chief of the Depart
ment of Hafety Engineering, and
approved by the Chief Inspector.
Hu< h plans shall show the amount
of w< rk to be done. Hitch plans
and specification* shall also show
that tlie room »r apartment Is pro
vided with proper doora and prop
er means of exit, and air shafts,
fsns or other means of ventila
tion. to provide for the removal
and escape of poisonous gas and
a sufficient change of air to keep
the rooms at a temperature not to
exceed ninety degrees Fahren
heit.
Ppon the approval of said
plans, a duplicate set of which
shall he left on die In the office
of the Department of Hafety En
gineering which of dee shall Is
sue a permit for the Inatallatlon
or Mdd plant.
It shall be the duty of the
Chief Inspector to examine In d«-
tall all plana and specification*
submitted to the department.
After the Department of Hafety
Engineering hae approved the
plans and specldcatlons for the
lostsllatlcn of apparatus covered
by this ordinance with reference
to the location of such apparatus,
the character of the name, means
for exit and other provisions cov
• i« <1 b> this ordinance, the build
ing Department shall then Issue
a permit for the construction oi
alteration of such buildings nn
dar the requirements of th- build -
lug code, euhjtci only to the re
quln-menls of this ordinance.
No alters)lon shall be made In
buiMma» Mivcrol by this ordi
unnet without permits from the
Department of Safety Engineer
ing and the liulldlng Depaitmciit.
nor in uppmatua without the ap
proval of tin Department of Safe
ty Engineering
Section 4 (Inspection Fees.)
The fees for the inspection of
cooling plants shall he as follows:
Class A—lncluding compressors
or generators of over BO tons ca
pacity, lb.ur each.
Class B-—lncluding compressors
or generator* of less than BO tons
capacity. $6 00 each.
All lees provided for In this
oidlnance shall be paid to the
City Treasurer.
Section 7. (Refrigerating
Plante—Construction.) Each re
frigerating plant ahall be equip
ped with an emergency pipe or
pipes by which, In esse of acci
dent the gas under pressure can
he discharged by a valve which
can he opened Inside and outside
the refrigerating plant into
water, or brought Into contact
with sufficient water to absorb
and earry off all gaaes so dis
charged. At the diecretlon of the
Chief Inspector the emergency
pipe or pipes may conduct the
gases to a point at least 10 feet
above the roofs of adjacent build
ings Into the open air.
Section B.—(Safety Devices.)—
All refrigerating machines snail
be equipped with automatic safe
ty devices which .discharge at
JOO lbs. pressure to the square
Inch for ammonia; 1.400 lbs. praa
aure to the square Inch for car
bon dioxide; 100 Ibe. pressure to
the square Incb for sulphur diox
ide and 100 lbs. pressure to the
square inch for ethyl chloride In
to the emergency' plpea required
by the preceding section or Into
ths low pressure side.
Hectlon 9—ln refrigerating
plants built and erected after the
passage of this ordinance, every
room containing pipes carrying
a refrigerating chemical turner
pressure exceeding 40 lbs. per
square Inch fur etnyl chloride; (It)
lbs for sulphur dioxide; 100 lbs.
fur ammonia and 800 lbs. for car
bon dioxide, and which by acci
dent may become (tiled with the
gases generated by said chemi
cals. shall have an exit to the
open air direct or by means of
ststrwav or to a room or hall
from which said gases can be ex
cluded other refrigerating plans
shall be provided with such
means of exit Os the Chief In
spector may prescribe. Rooms
which contain only the liquid sup
ply pipe to the refrigerator colls
are not Included within the
meaning of this section.
Hectlon lt> —(Pressure ) The
maximum pressure allowed In re
fiigerating nun hlnes shall not
exceed Son lbs. for ammonia; 1,-
400 lbs. for carbon dioxide; 100
Ran for sulphur dioxide and 100
lbs for ethyl chloride to the
square Inch All mpes used for
refrigerating purposes shall stand
a hydostatlc test of at least
double the maximum pressure per
squsie inch Specified In this sec
tion All fitting must he guaran
teed to stand a pressure of at
least three times the maximum
pressure per square inch specltted
in this chapter.
Hectlon 11 i Eights i- No room
containing refrigerating con
densers or compressors of am
monia <>r ethyl chloride under
pressure shall luivi in it any open
dame, ore baht or direct opening
into the hollar room; but internal
combustion engine may be lo
cated therein, which may bs
stalled in the u-usl manner.
There shall he it fire wall between
Mich room mid the boiler room.
e<|tilpp< and with a seir-cliiting door.
Section 12 —i Precautions.)
Helmet* or respirators In such
large refrigerating plants us ba
designated by tin filler inspec
tor there shall be kept, fit for
available use, suitable h -lmets or
respirators which shall permit
wearer to reach, without suffoca
tion. any part of the refrigerating
system
Section IS— (Pipe* to he des
ignated i In all r« frlgcratlng
plant* the pipe* - , in the engine
room shall Inv, conspicuous
signs display'd at proper places
designating in easily legible let
ters th- name of the retrigerating
clMumcal ponAalnrd therein
Hectlon 14. — > Rules ) —ln all
refrigerating plants there shall
be posted several copies of a brief
set of rules satisfactory to th*
Chief Inspector, directing all em
ployes as to their duties In case
of lire, or other emergencies. Em
ployers shall he responsible for
the proper drill of all employes In
such emergency duties.
Hectlon 15. (Supervision.)—No
refrigerating machines of over
three ton refrigerating capacity
shall he operated unless under
the ihargc of a person holding
a certificate of tit nos# from the
Chief In.ptdnr.
Hectlon Ifi. (Exemptions.)
Surplus storage. Refrigerating
plants ma* store a surplus stock
of the ret rig'rating < hemleala
sufficient to recharge the system.
Huch charge must r»e stored In a
cool place. No cylinders may he
stored In a boiler room.
Section 17 •( Refrlgei ating ma
chines of less than three tons ca
pacity.)—The Chief Inspector
may exempt from the provisions
of this article refrigerating ma
chines of less than three ton re
frigerating capacity, provided a
certificate of approval has been
Issued for such machine.
Section 18— When an inspec
tion of any plant covered by this
ordinance na* been made and the
operator, owner*, lessee or agent
ot such plant has complied with
the provisions of the ordinance,
the Chief Inspector shall Issue n
certiorate of inspection certifying
under what conditions said plant
may bn operated under the au
thority of the City of Detroit.
The certiorate of Inspection shall
be properly framed and displayed
under glass In s conspicuous
place In the room where the ap-
Caratus upon which
as been Issued Is being operated.
Section 19. Within ten days
i ftei written notification by the
Chief Holler Inspector to the
owner or occupant to correct or
remedy rny hazardous condition,
an appeal, slating specifically the
quextlona which tha appellant de*
aims to have passsd upon may he
taken Huch appeal ahall be heard
by the Hoard of Roller Rules.
The membeis of the board ar#
authorised to take testimony and
to grant or reject auch appeal,
subject to review by the proper
court.
Hectlon 20.—(Penalty.) Any
peiaon or corporation who vio
lates. neglects or refuses-to com
ply wlfh. or who resists nr op
popes. the enforcement of any of
the provisions of this ordinance
shall be f)n«d not less than Ono
Hundred ($100.00) Dollars nor
more than Two «$200.9(i) Hun
dred Dollars for each offense, and
every Mich person or corporathw
Shall be deemed guilty of a sep
arate offense for-every day an
whi'b such violation neglect sir
refusal shall continue
Her. 21. All ordinances or parts
thereof Inconsistent herewith *re
hereby repealed.
Her. 23. This ordinance shall
take immediate effect.
Approved May 9. 1914
OHCAR B MARY.
Mayor.
Attest: RICH ARD MNDHAY,
R-731 City Clerk. /
■J - 1 1 !
PROPOSALS FOR HOSE
Healed proposals will he received
st the office of the Fire t'ommleMon,
Detroit. Mich., until 2 30 p. m . Mon
day, May 22. 1914, for furnishing said
fire Commission with X.oO'i feet of
Vt-lnch cotton rubber-lined (Re hose
In 80-foot lengths, fitted with the host
heavy bronxe couplings.
Price hid will he for delivery F. O.
B. Detroit. Ths successful bidder will
ba required to furnish a satisfactory
surety bond In the sen ( ,f one-hilf
amount of contract, to guo-rentec ful
fillment of same and gtie
The right to reject any and all bids
Is expressly reserved.
Rids will he I ndorsed “ITroposa's for
Hose." sn«l delivered to-the under
signed.
OKOItUK O FINN.
R-T4I - Sscretary.
Ordinance No. 357-A.
AN ORDINANCE to ame ad sm Ordi
nance entitled “As Ordinance to
amend dee. I-K of Chapter IPT of
ths ( emptied Ordinance* of the city
of Detroit for the year Itia.** ap
proved April *Mh. 1114.
IT 1H HEREBY ORDAINED BY
THE PEOPLE OK THE CITY OK DE
TROIT:
Hectlon I That an Ordinance
entitled "An Ordinance to amend
Section l-K of ('haptrr 197 of the
Compiled of the City
of Detroit for the year 1912," ap
proved \nnl 24th. 1914. be, and
the same ta hereby amended to
read as follows;
See. l-o. The lire limits of the
city of Detroit shall also Include
all that portlony-of the olty de
scribed within the following lim
its. to-wtt: Commencing st a
point <>n ths canter line of Bald
win av*pu» 200 feet distant
northerly from the northerly line
of Jefferaun avenue; thence east
erly on a line 200 Teet distant
northerly from the northerly line
of Jefferson avenue to the easter
ly city limits: thence southerly
along the easterly city limits to
a point 200 feet distant southerly
from the southerly line of Jeffer.
son avenue; thence westerly on a
line 200 feet distant southerly
from the h..other!) line of Jeffer
son avenue to the center line of
Iroquois avenue, extended; thence
southerly along the center line of
Iroquois avenue, extended, to the
National boundary line; thence
westerly along the National
boundary to the center line of
RG-Iwln avenue, extended; thence
northerly along the center line of
Baldwin avenue extended to tha
point of beginning; except lota 1,
-and 3. on the south side of Jef
ferson avenue west of Lamay
avenue, of Benßegu’a subdivision
of the north 493 feet of that por
tion of private claim 724 lying
south of Jefferson avenue; also i
excepting the rear north 59 feet
of lots 22 and 22 of the J. K Vls
ger s mb nos lots 4. 5 4. 7 <»f the
li. Rcauhten farm, P. C. 19, locat
ed on the northeast corner of Jef
ferson averue and Belvldare avt»-
nue; also excepting lot one (u)
of A. M. r'atnpau Realty Fompfirxy
subdivision of part of the LaJ
fertv farm. Private rtalm 322. ac
cording to the plat recorded Tin
Liber 32 of Plats. Page *7.
Approved May 9. 1914
OHCAR B. MARX,
Mayfor.
Attest RICHARD MNDHAY.
B-739 City Clerk.
Ordinance No. 359-A.
AN ORDINANCE to amend am srll
naaee entitled -An erdlnamee ta
amend aa ordinance entitled «Aa
ordinance to amend am ordinance
entitled ‘An ordinance ta amend
Section X Chapter 181, •( tie Com
piled Ordinances off the City off De
*g*i* hr ***• y ** r 1,, V ameod-
IT IS HEREBY ORDAINED BY
THE PEOPLE OK THE (STY OF
DETROIT:
Section I. That nn ordinance
entitled "An iirdliian<'e to amend
an ordinance entitled \Yn ordi
nance to amend an ordlrannee en
titled 'An ordinance to amend
' Section 2. Chapter 181. of the
Compiled Ordinances «>r the city
of Detrlot for the year 1912,’ ns
amended," he and the same tx
hereby amended to r-vid as fol
lows
Sec. 3, No saloon where spir
ituous. intoxicating <e malt li
quor* arc Bold as u loivernga altall
hereafter be < «tnff llsh- and and
maintained within ;.i«- territory
within the limits «>Jj the City of
Detroit deacrHod ueSal! that por.
tlon of the elty hornded on the
north by the norther.y line of the
Second ward, on tl» east by the
eastetly line of tho Second ward,
on the south by the southerly
<’ltv Limits, and <*n the west I>y
the westerly line of the Second
w'urd (the ilivullrju line between
the Second ands ourth wards),
excepting so mucJt of said h-retn
r*stricted portion, n* is bounded
as follows: Coiffitnenclng at a
point at the lull rat-etlon of the
• enter lines of Woodward and
Charlotte avem.es: thence west.
erl> along th< center line off
Charlotte av< n * to a point 230
feet distant w soterly from the
westerly line << Woodward uven
ue, thence not? hcrly on s line
parallel with Tie westerly line of
Woodward uv« nu<- to the center
line of a putdl' alley north of and
parallel to Charlotte avenue;
thence easterly along the cen
tal line of r-nhi public allay to
the center «4f a public alley first
west of and -parallel to Woodward
avenue; iloaoe southerly along
the venter fine of -aid public al
ley to a point Hit) feet distant
northerly fr-on lhe northerly line
of Churloli- avenue, thence east,
erly on a line parallel with the
north lin<x of Charlotte avenue to
the center line <*t Woodward ave
nue; theme southerly along the
center Hoe <>f Woodward avenus
to the idace of beginning, also
excepting lots Ift. 20. 21. 22. 23
and 24 <*T block 10. Governor nnd
Judge’s I'lan, in said City of De
troit. being known as the Htatler
Hotel site, also excepting fill
that part of lot 4, Military Re
serve. auh'd by Corporation south
side of. Congress street, known us
91 Griswold street; slso excepting
■II that part of lot 23, Cass west,
ern Asiditlon to the City of De
troit, net ween Chicago and Grand
River roads, hy Lewis Cass. 1181,
known oj" 132 Michigan avenue;
also excepting all that part of
lot 37. block 8, Governor and
Judge's I’lan, known as 181-188
Griswold street; also excepting
all that part of lot 20. block 41,
('ass Western Addition to the
City of Detroit, between the Chi.
ragn and Grand River roads, by
l-ewls ('ash. 1851. known as 142
Michigan avenue. Also excepting
the following described parcsl of
land: The south half of lot 26 and
west 19 feet of south half of lot
t-4 subdivision of Park lota 77,
78. 7ft and 74. Detroit. Wayne
County, Michigan. Also excepting
all that part of lot 11, block f.
Governor and Judge's Plan,
known as 174 Hhelby street; also
excepting lot 4, Governor's and
Judge's Plan, north side of Mlchl.
gan avenue, premises known as
30 Michigan avenue; also except
ting all that part of lot I, Mili
tary Reserve north of Congress
street, known as S4 Wayne atrost.
Her. 2. This ordinance shall
take Immediate effect.
Approved May ft. 1914.
OHCAR B. MARX.
Mayor.
Attest RICHARD LINDSAY.
B-737 City Clerk.
Ordinance No. 361-A.
AN ordinance: (• amend District •
•f nn ordinance entitled “An ordL
nan*# proscribing certain limits
within the City off Detroit wherein
there shall not hereaffter he oatab*
Itabed nnd maintained places or le.
cations far the sale at wholesale
nf splrltnons, Intoslcntlng nr malt
IT IH HEREBY ORDAINED BY
THE .PEOPLE OF THE CITY OF
DETROIT:
Section 1. That District 4 of an
ordinance entitled "An ordinance
prescribing certain limits within
the City of Detroit wherein there
shall not hereafter be established
and maintained places or loca
tlonw for the ante at wholesale of
spirituous, intoxicating or malt
liquors," he and the same Is here
by amended to read as follows:
Mist. 4. Beginning at the Inter,
section of the National Boundary-
Line with the center line of Fifth
street pro J*'ted; tlienee norther
ly along said line and along the
renter line of Fifth street to the
center line of Grand River ave
nue; thence northwesterly along
ih*- center line of Grand River
avenue to the center line of
Greenwood avenue; thence north,
erly along the center line off
Greenwood avenue and Hamilton
tioolcvnrd to the northerly limits
of the city; thenre westerly along
the northerly limits of the city
.to the westerly city limits, thence
southerly along the westerly eltv
limits to a point 283 feet north of
the centerllneof Bancroft avenue:
thenre westerly on a line parull-'i
with said Bancroft avenue and
0 233 feet northerly of the center
lln* thereof (being the Imundnry
limits of the city), to the center
DETROIT TIMES
line of Wilson \tvcnu«; thenra
southerly slung lb* center line
of Vt llt*>n avenue to the center
line of Heward avenue; thence
easterly along the canter line of
Hi wzrq avenue to the center line
off Greenfield avenue; thence
soutlwf-ly along the center line of
Greenlefd avenue to the center
line of Grand Boulevard west;
thence easterly along the center
lin*- «ag sold boulevard to the ln
lri sect lon with ths eenter line of
Sterlijng avenue projected; thence
southwesterly along the center
line of said Sterling avenue to
the oentcr line of Holden avenue;
thenre southeasterly along the
rentier line of Holden avenue to
the center line of Trumbull ave
nue; thence southerly along the
center line of Trumbull avenue
to ffhe eenter line Os Fort street
west; thence easterly along the
• eater Hae of Fort street west to
the center Hae off Eighth street:
thence southerly along ths center
line of Eighth street and said
center line projected to the Na
tional Boundary Line; thence
easterly along the National Boun
dary Line to the place of begin
ning; excepting, however, the fol
lowing described parcels; Lot* 4
and 7. Dickinson's B#ctlon of the
1-abrosse Farm, being lot 22 and
the eastern part off lot tl north
of Grand River Avenuo. being
R remises known as 400-492 Grand
Iver avenue.
Sec. This ordinance shall
take Immediate effect.
Approved May 9. 191«.
OSCAR B. MARX.
Mayor.
Attest: RICHARD LINDSAY.
. B-736 City Clerk.
Ordinance No. 362-A.
AN ORDINANCE 4m smrs4 District 8
•f aa mrdlaaasa entitled “An ardl
maaee preoertMag eerlala limits
within the City es Detroit wherein
there shall not hereafter he estab
lished and maintained places nr le
esfleas for the sale at wholesale es
apirltueu*, lategleatlag er malt Nq-
HEREBY ORDAINED BY
THE PEOPLE OF THE CITY Oi>
DETROIT:
Hection 1. That District B of
an ordinance entitled "An ordi
nance prescribing certain limits
within the City of Detroit where
in there shall not hereafter be es
tablished and maintained places
or locations for the sale at
wholesale of spirituous, intoxica
ting or malt liquors," be and the
same is hereby amended to read
as follows:
Dlst. 5. Beginning at ths inter
section of the National Boundary
Line with the center line of Has
tings street projected; thence
northerly along the said line and
along the center line of said Has
tings street and Melrose avenue
to tne center line of Mareton ave
nue: thence westerly along the
center line of Mareton avenue to
the center line of Oakland ave
nue; thence northerly along the
center line of Oakland avenue to
the center line of Holbrook ave
nue; thence easterly along the
center line of Holbrook avenue to
the center line of Goodwin ave
nue; thence northerly along the
center line of Goodwin avenue to
the northerly limits of the elty;
thence easterly along the north
erly limits of the city to the cen
ter line nf Russell street; thence
southerly along the center line of
Kiishcll street to the center line
of Canlff avenue; thence '-asterlv
along the center line of Canlff
avenue to the center line of Rus
sell st te' t; thence southerly along
the center line of Russell street
to the center line of Westminster
avenue, thence westerly along the
center line of Westminster ave
nue to the center line or Russell
street; thence southerly along the
center line of Russell street and
said center line projected to the
National Boundary Line; thence
westerly along the National
Boundary Line to the place of be
ginning. ex« epting, however, the
following described parcel of
land: West qne-lmlf of lot 22 of
Muilett Farm, being mote or less,
according to the piat recorded In
the ofh«c of the Register of
Deeds. Wayne County, Michigan,
said prentices being known as 307
fongi'its Street Lust, and except
ing also the following described
parcel of land: lota 1 it; and 177 of
lit'* plat of the Mit'dlvislon of the
Louis Moran Farm, between Fort
street and Elisabeth street, com
monly known as mini bets 230 and
292 Hastings sited
Sec. 2. This oidlnance shall
take Immediate effect.
Approved May 9. 1314
OHCAR B. MARX.
Mayor.
Attest. RICHARD MNDHAY.
R-734 City Clerk.
Ordinance No. 360*A.
AN ORDINANCE to amend mm ordi
nance entitled "An ordinance to
amend Section 8 of an ordlnnncr en
titled -An ardlnnnee prescribing cer
tain limits %x It bln the City of De
troit. xxhere snloons In which spirit
nous Intoslcntlng or malt liquors
are *oM as a beverage shall not
hereaffter be established and main
tained, and aplrlttaous. Intoxicating
or malt liquors sold tberrln, and to
repeal all ordinances Inconsistent
herewith, approved Jon. 1. 18W4."
IT 18 HEREBY ORDAINED BY
THE PEOPLE OF THE CITY OF
DETROIT:
Hectlon 1. That an ordinance
entitled "An ordinance to amend
Section 9 of an ordinance en
titled ’An ordinance prescribing
certain limits within the City of
Detroit where saloons In wntch
spirituous, intoxicating or malt
liquors are sold as a beverage
shall not hereafter he established
and maintained, and spirituous,
intoxicating or malt liquors sold
therein, and to repeal all ordi
nances Inconsistent herewith, ap
proved Jan. 2, 19<>8." be, and the
aame la hereby amended to read
as follows:
Sec. 9. No saloon where spiritu
ous, Intoxicating or malt liquors
are sold as a beverage shall bs
hersafter established and main
tained within the territory with
in ths City of Detroit described
as follows: All that portion of
the city bounded on the north by
the northerly city limits; on ths
east by the center line of Chen*
street; on the south by the cen
ter line of Harper avenue, and on
the west by tne center line of
Dubois street; also all that por
tion of the city described as fol
lows: Commencing st a point In
the center line of Milwaukee ave
nue at the Intersection of the
center line of Dubois street;
thence northerly along the center
line of Dubois street to the north
erly city limits; thence along the
northerly and easterly city limits
to the center line of Clay avenue;
thence westerly along the center
line of Clay avenue to the rlahl
of-way of the D., U li. A M. Ry.;
thence southerly along the right
of-way of the IY, G. H. A M. Ry.
to ths center line of Milwaukee
avenue: thence easterly along the
center line of Milwaukee avenue
to the place of beginning; also all
that part of the territory within
the City of Detroit bounded on
the north by line 190 feet north
erly from and parallel to the
north line of Jefferson avenue, on
the east by the renter line of
Chene street; on the west by the
center line of Dequlndre street,
and on the south hy the national
boundary line In the Detroit river.
"Excepting, however. *h* follow
ing described parcel of land: Lots
I and 4 of Kohler's subdivision of
fart of lot 2. sub. of quarter sec
ion* 29. 40. 41. 42 and 69. 10.000
acre tract, according to the re
corded plat In liber IB of Plats,
page 18. Register of Deeds office.
Wayne County, Mich., said prem
ises being .An the southwest cor
ner of Newton and Jos. Cainpau
•venue"; excepting also the fol
lowing described parcel of land
situated at the corner of Norton
and Bt. Aubin avenues, lots Nos.
44 and 46 of the subdivision
of that part of out lota 3
and I of the subdivision of
the west half of quarter sec
tion 59. 10.000 acre tract, between
the Boulevard and Young street,
according to the plat recorded In
llher 22 of plats, page 4 .
Sec. 2. I'hts uromance shall
take Immediate effect.
Approved May 9, 1914
OHCAR it MARX.
Mayor.
Attest: RICHARD LINDSAY.
R-73* City Clerk. I
Ordinance No. 356- A
AM ONDINANCIC «• aMr ml an orSl
■a»r» entitled an erdl enure la
ammd Nrrlloa II Ml of aa ordi
nance entitled i «%■ ordlnaar* to
ammd Sections llal. ItU*. ltd.
• mi. tin, im. hbi. uhi. mi.
Ml*. Ilk*, till, llml. Mai. Mo*.
Mai. Hal. Hr*, tin*. Mil and Mai.
<*f I kaplrr I4A of Ik* ( ouiplled
Ordinances of Ik* City of l)*ir*ll
far (hr >rar IMM and alao k; add-
Ink art* ■*ril*ni Ibaroto to k*
kNo«» aa Hortloaa l(*l and Man,
K»»r*»*d Jana T. 191 k.
IT Id HEREBY lIHDAINKD BY
TUI! PEOPLE OF THU CITY OF DE
THOIT:
Hectlon 1. That an ordinance
entitled an ordinance to amend
Hectlon | (ml of an ordinance en
tltlrd: "An ordinance to ammd
Hectlona 1(a). 1(b), 1(c). Kdl.
1<»). 1(f), MO. 1(h). 1(1). MJ).
Ilk). Ill), Mm). Mn). M<>). M in.
1 «o>.0 >. Mr). 1(a). l(t) and Mu), of
Chapter 146 of the Compiled Ordi
nances of the City of Detroit
for the year 1904 and alao by artd
thit new section* thereto to be
known an Hectlona l(v) and
Mw).” approved June T. 1910, be
and the name la hereby amended
to read aa follows:
Sec. Mm). The fire timlte of
the City of Detroit shall alao
Include all that aectlon of the
City described within the follow
ing Itmltn. to-wit: Commencing
at a point on the center line or
Minnie street where aald center
line interaects the southerly
right-of-way of the Wabash rail
road; thence westerly along said
southerly right-of-way lias to the
center line of Clark avenue,
thence southerly along the center
line of Clark avenue to the center
line, extended, of the public al
ley first north of West Jeffer
son avenue; thence westerly
along the center iine of the pub
lic alley first north of West Jef
ferson avenue to the center line
of Moore street: thence westerly
along a line .110 feet distant
northerly at right angles from
the northerly line of West Jef
ferson avenue to the westerly
city limits; thence along salu
westerly city limits to tnc Na
tional boundary line; thence
easterly along said National
Boundary line to the center line
of Minnie street, extended, south
erly: thence northerly along tha
center line of Minnie street, ex
tended to the point of begin
ning—excepting so much of said
herein restricted portion as Is
bounded as follows; Commenc
ing at the intersection of the
westerly boundary of private
claim 3D and the southerly line
of West Jefferson avenue; thence
In a southerly direction on a line
parallel with the westerly line of
said private claim 30 to the har
bor fine of the Detroit river;
thence in an easterly direction
along said harbor line to the
Kolnt of Intersection of said h.»r
or line with the westerly Una
of private claim 30, If extended
southerly; thence north on said
westerly line of private claim
30. to the point "f Intersection
of said westerly line and the
southerly line of West Jefferson
avenue; thence west on the
southerly line of West Jefferson
av. nue to the pluce of beginning.
Also Dots Five (5) and Six (0)
of McMillan's Subdivision, situ
ated on the North Side of Welt
Jefferson avenue, between (Jreen
and Cottrell avenues, excepting
aNo the following described par
cel of land; The east 9 feet of
lots 11 and IJ. Walter Crane
farm, situated on the North Side
of Jefferson avenue. between
Carrfpbell and Junction.
Sec. 2 This Ordinance shall
take immediate effect.
Approved May 9, 1916.
OSCAH B MARX.
M ayor.
Attest: RICHARD MNDS.VY.
B-740 City Clerk.
Ordinance No. 358-A.
AY ORDINANCE to amend District
• of ■■ ordinance entitled “An ordi
nance prescribing certain limits
nllkln tbe City of Detroit wherein
tk-r* shall not hereafter be eatnh
llsheal and mnlntntned places nr
locations for the sale at wholesale
of spirituous, Intoxicating or malt
llganra.”
IT IS HEREBY ORDAINED BY
TIIE PEOPLE OK THE CITY OF DE
TROIT:
Section 1. That District. 8 of nn
ordinance entitled “An ordinance
prescribing certain limits within
the City of Detroit wherein there
shall not hereafter T>« estnbllshed
and maintained places or loca
tions for the sale at wholesale of
spirituous, intoxicating or malt
liquors," be and the sHrfir is here
by amended to read as follows:
Dis. it Beginning at the In
tersection of the National Boun
dary line with center line of
Fifth street projected; thence
northerly along said line and
along the center line of Fifth
street to the renter line of
Grand River avenue; thence
northwesterly along the center
line of Grand River avenue to
the center line of Greenwood
avenue; them « northerly along
the center line of Greenwood
avenue ami Hamilton Boulevard
to the northerly city limits;
thence westerly along said nor
therly- city limits and the south
line of the Village of Highland
Park to the southwest corner of
said village; thence northerly
along the westerly line of the
Village of Highland Park to a
point 415 feet southerly from the
northerly line of the 10.000-acre
tract; thence westerly parallel
to the northerly line of said 10,-
000-acre tract to a point 233 feet
westerly of the center line of
Twelfth street; thence southerly
and parallel to the center line
of Twelfth street to a point In
the center line of Quarter Section
27. 10,000-acre tract; thence east
erly ntong the center line of said
Suarter Section 27 to the center
ne of Twelfth street, thence
southerly along the center line of
Twelfth street to the center line
of Calvert avenue; thence easter
ly along the center line of Cal
vert avenue to the center line of
Wilson avenue; thence southerly
following the center line of Wil
son avenue, to the center line of
Heward avenue; thence easterly
along the center line of Seward
avenue to the center line of
Greenfield avenue; thence south
erly along the center line of
Greenfield avenue to the center
line of Grand Boulevard West;
thence easterly along the center
line of said Boulevard to the
Intersection with the center line
of Sterling avenue projected;
thence southwesterly along the
center line of said Sterling ave
enue to the center line of Hol
den avenue; thence southeasterly
along the center line of Holden
avenue to the center line of
Trumbull avenue; thence souther
ly along the renter line of Trum
bull avenue to the center line of
Fort street West; thence easter
ly along the center line of Fort
street West to the center line of
Eighth street; thence southerly
along the center line of Eighth
street and said center line pro
jected to the National Boundary
line; thence easterly along the
National Boundary to tn« place of
beginning. ~
Sec. 2 This ordinance shall
take Immediate effect.
Approved May 9. 1916
OSCAR B MARX.
Mayor.
Attest: RICHARD LINDSAY
R-738 City Clerk
PROPOSALS FOR
FUEL WANTED
Muntolpal Court Building.
Detroit, Mich., May 11, l#l«.
Sealed propoeal# will hr received
by the Board of Poor Comnilealonere
until TuMiliy. May l*. at 11 o clock
noon for eunplylng coal for c* l * P'*i r
from Tuly 1. 1»1 <l. to lune SO. I»1T.
according to specifications now on
flic and open to Inspection at this or.
flee. The right to reject any and ail
bide la reeerved.
Dn. PAUL C. lit LIT*.
President.
NAfinr M PRKNZLArKU.
R.74t Secretary.
DIPT. OF PUBLIC WORK#.
SIDEWALK NOTICE
Detroit. May 13. 191*.
To All Whcgn It May Concern:
Tak e notice that by order of the
Common Council you are required to
construct, reconstruct or put to prop
er line und grade, a brick, nulural
stone, artificial stone, cement or con
crete sidewalk, crosswalk or drive
way. according to specifications pre
pared by the Commissioner of Public
Works and approved by the Common
Council.
EAST SIDE—BOOK R
(1) (>n the west aide of Drexel
avenue. In front of or adjoining
such lots or parts of lots num
bered 102, 102. 104. 105. 10*, 107,
I OH, 109. ill, between Freud
avenue and Essex avenue, Jef
ferson Park sub. of the Jeffer
son Park Realty Cos.
(2) On the west aide of Hamilton
avenue. In from of or adjoin
ing such lota or parts of tots
numbered 1, 2. 3, between Jef
feraon avenue and River,
Malre's suh. of part of west
half of IV C 3*7.
(2) On the west aide of Hamilton
avenue, in front of or adjoin
ing such lot or parts of lot
numbered O. L., between Jef
ferson avenue and River, w.
W of P. C. 387. lying s. of and
adjoining Belle Isle Parkview
sub.
(4) On the north side of Jameaon
street. In front of or adjoining
such lota or parts of lota num
bered 1. 2. a. 4. 6. 6, between
Pennsylvania avenue and Mc-
Clellan avenue; Yemen’s A
Sprague's sub. of that part of
P. C. 152. lying n. of Jefferson
avenue.
EAST SIDE—BOOK C.
(1) On the north side of Gratiot
avenue, in front of or adjoin
ing such lots or parts of lota
numbered 6,7, 8, 9. between
East Grand Boulevard and Hel
en avenue, amended plat of lota
1 to 9 Inclusive ana lot 14 In
block 1 of Brewer's sub. of the
s. 24 acres of the w. 30 acres
of I*. C. 671. lying n. of Gra
tiot avenue.
WEST SIDE—BOOK B.
(1) On the south aide of Clarendon
avenue. In front of or adjoin
ing such lots or parts of lota
numbered 39. 40. 41, 42, 42. 44.
45. 4*. between Grand River
avenue and Mackinaw avenue,
Arcade Park subdivision of
part of quarter eectione 49 and
00, 10,000-acre tract.
(2) On the south side of Claren
don avenue. In front of or ad
joining such lots or parts of
lots numbered 191, 192 192, 194,
between Grand River avenue
and Mackinaw avenue. Martin
dale sub. of Martlndale sub. on
*4 sec. 50 of the 10.000-acfe
tract and part of % sec. 49.
10,0'*0-acre tract.
(3) On the north side of Grand
River avenue, in front of or ad
joining such lot or parts of
lot numbered 38, between Clar
endon avenue and losco ave
nue, Ariade Park subdivision of
puit of *4 sets. 49 anil 50,
lO.Ouo-acre tract.
(4) On tbe north side of Tlreman
avenue, in front of or adjoin
ing such lots or parts of lots
numbered t». L. 1, o. L. 2. O. L.
3. between Epworth Boulevard
and It. R.. Horger's sub. of that
part of frac. sec. 3 lying be
tween P. O. 260 and the I)., L.
6 N. It U . and n. of the center
of the Holden road.
(5) On the north side of Tlreman
avenue. In front of or adjoin
ing such lots or parts of lots
numbered 1. 2. 3,4, 5. (5. be
tween Ep worth Houle vat.l and
It. It., Hidden Ridge sub. of
lots 4, 5. 5 and 7 of Horger’s
suh. of that part of F. S. 3. T. 2
H. R. 11 E. between P. C. 260
and I>.. L A N. It. R„ n. of
Hidden avenue.
(6) On the north side of Warren
avenue, In front of or adjoining
such lots or parts of lots num
bered O. L.. n. 11.28 acres, ex
cept Milford avenue as opened
walk on Mouth Tlreman. be
tween I* L. A N. It H. and Ep
tvorth Boulevard, w. 4 of /rnc
sec. No. 3 lying between War
fen and Tlreman avenue.
(•) On the north side of Warren
avenue in front of or adjoining
such lots or parts of lots num
bered O. L. n. 3.25 acres of s
7 acres, except w. 99 ft. of n
274 ft., w 90 ft. of n 274 ft of
3.25 Acres of s. 7 acres, walks
on South Milford avenue, w. *4
of frac sec. No. .1. lying be
tween Warren nnd Tlreman
avenues, between IV, L. A N. B.
It and Ep worth Boulevard.
(8) On the south side of Wsj-ren
•venue In front of or adjoining
such lots or parts of lots num
bered 13. 14. 15. 16. 17, 18, 19.
-0, between Campbell avenue
and Wesson avenue Sullivan
and Rilsscll* sub. of N. E. Frl
Her 10. T-2-S U-ll E.
(>) On the north aide of Warren
avenue in front of or adjoining
such lots or parts of lots num
bered 19. 20. 21. 22. between
Idvernois avenue and Hill ave
nue A. A. Willson's Sub. of lot
I, P. C. 266.
(10) On the south side of Warren
avenue In front of or ndjolning
such lots or parts of lots num
bered O. L.. between Military
avenue and Llvernols avenue,
sub of part of the W. % of P.
C. 5 1 4.
(11) (»n the north side of Warren
avenue in front of or adjoining
such lot or parts of lot num
bered 60. *l, 92, 98. 94. 9k, 66.
between Hammond avenue and
Military avenue, Crowley’s sub.
of jMjrt of the E half of P.
(13. On the north side of Warren
avenue In front of or adjoining
such lots or parts of lots num
bered 193. 194. 195, between
Hammond avenue and railroad
Crowley’s suh. of part of the E
half of P. C. 674.
WEST SIDE—BOOK C.
(1) On the west side of Cecil ave
nue in front of or adjoining
such lota or parts of lots num
hered 91. between Herbert ave
nue and Michigan avenue. Bur
ton's Mich. Ave Muh of part of
P. C. 719 N. of Michigan Ave.
(2) On the west side of Cecil ave.
nue In front of •or adjoining
auch lots or parts of lots num
bered 90-72. between Herbert
avenue and Panama aventie.
Burton's Mich. Ave. Sub of
part of p. C. 719 X of Michi
gan avenue
(8) On the west side of Cecil ave
nue In front of or adjoining
such lots or parts of lots num
bsred 71-63, between Panama
avenue and McGraw avenue.
Burton's Mich. Ave Suh. of part
of V C. 719 Nos Michigan
avenue .
(4 ( On the West side of Cecil ave
nue in front of or adjoining
such lots or parts of lota num
bered 52-34, between McGraw
avenue and Wagner avenue.
Burton a Mich Ave. Huh of
part of P C. 719 N. of Michi
gan avenue,
(5) (>n the esside of Chopin ave
nue In front of or adjoining
such lot or parts of lot num
bered 155. between Herbert
avanu* and Michigan avenue.
Burton s Mich Ave. Hub of part
of V C 719 N. of Michigan
avenue
(6l <m the east aids of Chopin
avenue in front of or adjoining
such lots or parts of lots num
bered 1 56-174, between Herbert
avenue and McGraw avenue.
Burton’s Mich. Ave. Huh of
part of P C. 719 N. of Michi
gan avenue.
(7) on the east side of Chopin ave
nue in front of or adjoining
,iich lots or parts of lots num
bered 175-198, between Panama
avenue and McGraw avenue.
Burton's Mich. Ave. Suh. of part
of P. C. 719 N. of Michigan ave
nue.
(8> on the east aide of Chopin
avenue In front of or adjoining
such lots or parts of lots num
bered 191-212. between McGraw
avenue and Wagner avenue.
Burton's Mlch. Ave. Hub. of
part of P. C. 71* N. of Mleht
tin avenue.
«9* On the west side of Chopin
avenue In frunt of or adjoin*
• Ing such lots or parts es lota
numbered 326-Jl7. between Mc-
Graw avenue and Wagner ave- 1
nue. Burton’s Mich Ave. Hub of
part of P. C. 719 N. of Michi
gan avenue. ,
(10) On the west side of Chopin
avenue In front of or- adjoin
ing such Jut or parts of lot
numbered 33A between McGraw
avenue and Falcon court. Bur
ton's Vllch. Ave Hub of part of
P C 719 N. of Michigan gVe?
nue.
(11) On the west side of Choidp
svenue In front of ur adjoining
such lot ur parts »>r lot tfURS
be red 254, between Panama
avenue and Falcon court. Bur
ton's Muh Ave. Hub of part of
P. C. 719 N. of Michigan ave
nue.
(12) On the west side of Chopin
svenue In front of or adjoin
ing such lots or parts of lots
numbered 273-2511, between
Herbert avenue and Panama
avenue. Burton's Mich. Ave.
Huh of part of P. C. 719 N. of
Michigan Ave. .
(13) On the west side of Chopin
avenue In front of or adjoining
such lot or parts of lot num
bered 874. between Herbert
avenue and Michigan avenue.
Burton's Mich. Ave. Hub of part
of P. C. 719 N. of Michigan
avenue. „ _ ,
(14) On the north side of Coplan
avenue in front of or adjoining
such lota or parts of lots num
hered 800. I*9, 19S. 19., 196
195. between Leigh avenue and
railroad. Talt and Harbaugh a
addition to the Village of Del
ray of part of P. C. ll l*i rear
of p C. 41.
(II) On the south Mde of Coplan
avenue In front of or adjoining
such lots or parts of lots num
bered 240. 239. 238. 287. 284.
IIS. 131. 131. between Beaurnont
avenue and Leigh avenue, Talt
and Harbaugh’** addition to the
Village of Delray of part of P.
C. 11 In rear of P C. 45.
(16) On the south side of Copeland
svenue In front of «>r adjoining
such lots or parts of lots num
bered 217. 214. 215. 214 11*.
212 211. 210. 209, 208. 207. JO6,
205 204, 203. 202. 201. 223, 224.
225, between Leigh avenue and
railroad. Tail and Harbaugh a
addition to the Village of Del
ray of part of P. C. 11 In rear
of r c 45 - .a
--(17) On the east side of Florida
avenue In front of or adjoining
such lots or parts of lots num
bered 221. 235. between Panama
avenue and McGraw 8 ' r *' n J*f i
Hevmour and Troester s Michi
gan Ave. Hub nos part of P. C.
719.
(18) On tbe east side of Florida ave
enue In front of or adjoin ng
Mich lot or pans of lot num
bered 188. between McGraw
avenue and Wagner KVenj*.
Seymour and Troester s
gnn Ave. Sub’n of part of P. C.
(19) On'the east side of Florida
avenue in front of or adjoining
such lot or parts of lot num
bered 187. between Kirkwood
avenue and Wagner f avenue,
Seymour and Troester a Michi
gan Ave. Hub’n of part of P.
C. 71*.
(20) On the west side of Hanover
avenue In front of or idJoinlPß
such lots or parts of lots num
bered 11. 10. 9, 8. 7. rear on
East Fourteenth between Grand
Boulevard and Lothrop avenue.
Osborn and MoCallum* Sub of
Is>ts 9 and 10 Vt S«*c. 64. 10.000
Acre Tract. ,
(21) On the north side of Hogarfh
avenue In front of or adjoining
such lota or part a of tots num
bered 295 296. 297. 298, 300.
801. 302, 303. 304. 806. 306, 307.
308 309. 310, 111. 312. 313. 314.
315, 319, between ave
nue and Lin wood afenueCrO*-
man and McKay’s Hub of part
of t* Sec. 53 10.000 Acre Tract.
(22) Gn the south side of ■ Hog arth
avenue In front of or adjoining
such lots or parts of lots num
bered 221. 222, 223. 221. 226. 2-7.
2'»B 229, E"4, 235, 236, 241. 242,
between Llnwood avenue and
Lawton avenue. Crosman and
McKay's Hub of part of % Bee.
63. 10.000 Acre Tract.
(23) On the north aide pf Hogarth
avenue In front of or adjolntng
such lots or parts lota "tim
bered 272, 278. 274. 275, 276. 277.
278 279. 283 284. 285. 284. 293,
294' between Wlldemere avenue
and 1-awton aveouw. Crosman
A McKav’a Hub. of part of 14
Sec. 53. 10.000 Acre Tract.
(24) On the south Hide of n°|N f *n
avenue In front of or adjoining
such lots or parts of lots num
bered 243. 214 245, 246 249.
S'O. 230. 252. 263. 255. 256. 257.
2.-,a 260. 261. 268. 264, 267, 288,
between Lawton avenue and
Wildcmere avenue. *
McKav’a Huh of nurl of V 4 See.
63, 10,000 Acre Tract.
(25) On the south aldaof North
western avenue In front of or
adjoining such lots or ports of
lots numbered 125. 126. I-i. J2*
12** 130, 133, 15 4, 135, 136 13i.
143’ 1 44, 1 16. 1 46. between Law
ton avenue and Llnwood ave
nue. Crosman nnd McKay a Huh.
of part of 44 See. 63, 10,000 Acre
Trart.
(28) On the north side of North
western avenue In front of or
adjoining such lots or partsl of
lots numbered 208. 209. 210, _ll.
212 SIS 214. 215, 216, 21 ~ 318.
219| 220. between Lnwton ave
nue and Llnwood avenue Cros.
man and McKay’s Hub. of part
of Sec. 53. 10.000 Acre Tract
(27) On the north side of North
western avenue In front of or
adjoining such lots or PHr**, of
loth numbered 178. li9. 180. isj
188. I*9. 190. 191. between
Wlidetnere avenue and Lawton
avenue. Crosman & Mi Kay a
Suh. of part of Sec. 53, K',-
000 Acre Tract.
(28) On the south sble of North
western avenue in front of or
adjoining such lot or parts or
lot numbered H 7. between
Lawton avenue and Wlldenv-re
avenue Crosman & McKays
Rub of P-M of 44 Sec. 53. 10.-
000 Acre Tract. . .. .
(29) On the south side of fort land
avenue in front of or ndjolning
-UI b lots or parts of lots num
bered 99, 98. 97. between Leigh
avenue and railroad Talt and
Harbaugh'* addition to the \ 11-
lagr of Delray of part of P C.
11 In rear of P. C. 4.*.
(30) On the east side of 1 7 r , or i tor
avenue In front of or adjoining
such lots or ljarts of lot* num
bered 516. 51.1, 514. ;>l3. 'ill, he.
tween Herbert avenue and
Michigan avenue. Seymour and
Troester's Michigan Ave. Sub n
of part of P. C 719.
(81) nn the east side of l* ror * or
a venue In front of or adjoining
such lots or parts «.f J°»* n 'J"V
hered 511. 510. 509, 008. sft,. 006
50R 504. 608, »02. Sot. 500 499.
488’ 497 496, 493. between Pan
ama avenue and Herbert ave
nue Seymour and Troester s
Michigan Ave. Sub’n of part of
(32) On the ea«t side of Proctor ave
nue in front of or adjoining
such lots or parts of lots num
bered 492. (v 4. between Pana
man avenue and McGraw ave
nue Seymour and Troester s
Michigan Ave. Sub’n of part of
P. C. 719.
(33) On the east side of 1 rortor
' avenue in front of or adjoining
such lots or parts of lots num
bered 455 473. between Wagner
avenue and McGraw avenue.
Hevmour and Troester* Michi
gan Ave. Suhn of part of P C.
719.
(84) On the west side of Proctor
avenue In front of or adjoining
such lot or parts of lot num
bered 343, between Wagner
avenue and Kirkwood avenue.
.Seymour and Troester’s Michi
gan Av«. Suh nos part of P. C.
719.
(35) On the west able of Proctor
avenue In front of or ajdnln-
Ing such lot* or parta of lota
numbered 824, 842. between Mc-
Graw avenue and Wagner ave
nue. Seymour and Troeater’a
Michigan Ave. Suh’n of part of
P. C. 719.
(88) On the we*t aide of Proctor
*venu* In front of or adjoining
t auch lot or porta of lot num
bered 306, between Panama
avenue and McGraw avenue.
Heymour and Troeater’a Michi
gan Ave. Htfhn of part of P.
C. 719.
(17) On the aouth aide of Rowran
avenue In front of or adjoin
ing such lota or part* of tots
• numhered 188, 187. 186 186. I*4,
188. 182. 181. 180. 179 178. 177.
176. 175, 174. 178. 172. 171. 179.
166, 168 167, between Green
» ven
Boot
and D. *.
of Watew— MmSHH
• 38* on the «Mi eUfjT
»v«nu* in front j# mhMKmmmm
•u<-h lot in Tiili
hered BIT, MlMi
avenue and
Bur ton’s Mlc>L
part or P. C. Tli
avenue.
(39) On the aaat okM
avenue la treat
such lots or parta eg IM
hered Sit, 846, latdM
h« - rt avenue and rmlM—
tgan avenue. '44’illM
• 40) <>n the east aide
avenue In front *f
11. g such lot or aarta rBHImMI
numbered 847, oetwaOßa^B.^'v'’?-
avenue and Falcon NWRIB
ton’s Mich Ave. luh n
P r. 719 n. of MtASaBTISIgM
<4l* <>n the east aide of
avenue In front of 00 ndMMslpii
such lot or perto of
hered 366. betWOOMr —IM
svenue and Fa loon OOWfli (■iiiiaaMß
ton's Mich. Av*. Hub. of ndaßllllif
P O. 719 N. Os
nue. ~ JjHm
• 4'-') <<n the west aide of
avenue In front of or adMMIIISt
su< h lota or parta of
hered 407, t»*. betWOOR TOMi
Gruw avenue and FalMriH
nue. Burton’s Mich. AYOk.iMfeaßßl
part of P. C. 718 JL dgg-“;|
Kan avenue.
(43) On tbe west aide of WkfMllll
avenue in front of or *d|6Wggg§g|
such lota or parts of lota
hered 4 26. 401. between WMig-'vTft
Avenue and Mc«3rhW 4'48H8
Burton’s Mich Avo.
part of r. C lit M. tm
gan avenue.
(44) On the west aide of
avenue In fro*.t of or
such lots or parts of lota
be red 4 4*. 1 27. between WW
avenue and Panama WRBH
Burton’s MU ;h ,.« v £2
part of P. C. 718 K. of
ran avenue. _ .31
(45) On the east side Os
avenue In front of or
ing such lot* or parta fg HB
numbered 366. 884.
draw avenue and Wagner‘•Kß*
nue. Burton a Mich.
of part of P. C. Tit N. of
gan avenue
As are owned by you, «a
fore the 31#t day °f l**2b
or In default thereof tie
he constructed, reconatrucxeo ew
to proper line and *rad* *F YJ*
partrnent of Public Work*. 4MW.J»g§
expense thereoL together
cost of this publication, wm
sensed against w.a*^» ». aßi
0.7 10 GEO. H. rapaiHMgjHß
Pommlaaloner of Public
■ I ■■ Wff
I)EPT. OF PUBLIC
Detroit, Map •» IPM
PROPOSALS FOil
FURNISHING OAT§9
Scaled proposals will bo radjfflE
at the office of tha De PsrtaMNteslil
public Work#. Detroit,
Monday, May 16. lilt, at If. <Fll—
a. m. Eastern standard tiNafrXgi
which time and placa they
opened, for furnishing and dottFjffMi
f. o. b. cars on siding at IM H*UI
collection barn foot .TjdPßfflll
fourth street. In ths CltF Os D(MVVH|
Three cars (3) whits Oats. l*
Cars of oats must be
by Board of Trade "1
***Each"bidder must deposit UJWFK:';
bbl a certified check in tlf ,«WLiM
82t)0, payable to the order of tlnH
pertment of Public Works bwgftJH
proposal* are opened, UOMIWIiWIIi
that should they b# ths lowest iHBB
der they will within five
being awarded the contract yHF'.JKHB
department, enter Into 8 a
with surety company bond? IBM
full estimated amount of COUtTfBMH
The right to reject any «f U MH
posnls expressly reserved. AII<GNH|
posala shall be made In duyltentn*3Mß
B-7 33 CQlkgMMjMßjyi
CITY OF DETROIT—
CITY TftKASURKIt j I
Detroit. April tt. Illli
FOR OPENING STREmI
Notice <M hereby given to mljlnH
son* interested that there WHi
filed in this office the fopowßH
named assessment roll:* jj
Roll No. 286. For opening JBtlbdJ
avenue from Llnsee street to
Av»mie. w here not already openulL u|
a public street and hlghwny. -. "M
The amounts assessed In ani« nH|
are due and payable at this «■
for a *pi«e of sixty (tt) dava EM
date of this notice. If not paid Vtjfl
in said 60 days a penalty
cent will he added, and thSXUUB
suci) tnx shall bear Interest 6)t
of 7 per cent per annum
of confirmation of ths aasesmudlH
roll until paid. g
MAX C. KOCH* I
B 771 City Treasur—M
CITY OF DETROIT—-OFFICB
CITY TRCABURKR 1
Detroit April It. It IB J
FOR OPENING STRSnsI
Notice Is hereby given to Ml sgtH
«••»* interested that thers hu MM
file,) in this office the followMH
naiifd assessment roll: fl
Roll No. 285. For opening Clgotfl
aveuijci from Llnxce street to
street, where not already
11 public street and highway. Jj
The amounts assessed In said rfl
are due and pavnhle at this offtM
for a space of sixty (60)
date of th- notice. If not P«id 'WTfIH
in mid xixty (60) days a penalty 4|J
per cent w ill he added, and thereafNM
sUi'h tax sliall bear interest at sH
iat< of 7 pep cent per annum frdS
date of confirmation of the
nunt roll until paid.
MAX a KOCH, M
THE RECORDER’S CoS3|
OF THE CITY OF
In the Matter of WMeaM
Roby Street From FerryAfS
nue to Medbury Avetfl
Where Not Already Opes tofl
Width of 50 Feet aa a Paid
Street and Highway. * |
To nil owners of property B (Ml
following descri hed district which bB
been estaidlshed by the ComfiV
(’onncll us the Assenment district MBs
such opening: jj
Ix>ts 5 to 14, both Inclusive, IMM
Starring * suh. of the N. 118.88 f4M
of O L 64. Ht. Aubln Farm Dttftfl
H'avne County. Michigan. ‘ j
Also lota 1 to 22. both IndUBIVM
the Trio *uh. of part of 6. 2*
Aubln Farm, between Ferry
Medbury avenues. Detroit,
Countv. Michigan
Also Lots 24 to 2T, hath IwMBMIH:
Lot “ 36 to 39. both Inclusive. gtsSTIH
o l 38. Ht. Aubln Farm, DetrdH
"iiyne (’ounty. Michigan,
Also all that part of O. La. tt, MH
3 2 and 38 lying between Ferry
• nue and Medburv avenue agnail
JRoby street, as deeded, pint M (K
sub of P C. No tt by the kitra «|
James V3 Itherell, and sxcept the wsm
20 feet thereof.
You are hereby notified and vafM|
that proceedings are now pettdtnff B
the Recorder's Court of the Qtfm
Detroit In the matter of wMmHH
Rotiy Htreet from Ferry
Medbury Avenue where not
open to a width of 56 feetaa
lie street And highway. yBjPBB
rtav of the summons ioSMM_flHf§||§|
Above cause is Wednesday IttaMP
I*l6. at t> .to a m.. and m 6MmH|
property In the abdVU dsasHuMggflll
-e- mrnt rM-trlet ara at llkittf
fiear In the*# proceedings and ’mm
end. and any and all #kNMg>lMli
suthoriKcd to make tkemsatVW ptmm
i— s so these proceedings by apMMH
in pencil nr by attorney at Ms IMB
t.efore the trtst mid -eues.
JOHN X dkOQAB SB
C*erk l;»c«rd«r'i OMBm

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