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Feb. 28. By C. N. O. & T. P. Ry. Co., survey of Rosa Bradly land. .. 5 00

PRINTING AND ADVERTISING.

Oct. 21. By the RobertClarkeCo , printing^OO pamphlets

of lease, mortgage, and extension agreements 02 75
By the Robert Clarke Co., electrotyping same... 15 20

Total Printing and Advertising 77 9^

LEGAL EXPENSES.

Feb. 2. By D. M. Coffman, C. & N., cost in case of Tnis-

teesw. C. Tx>den etal 21 80

4. By 8t«nley Ferguson, notary, acknowledgment

of deed, etc., in same 1 20

16. By J. B. Lowry, clerk, recording Rosa Bradly

deed 2 50

July 1. By E. A. Ferguson, legal services 1,000 00

By John R. Sayler, legal services 1,000 00

Total Legal Expenses 2,025 50

To balance on hand December 31, 1901 1,747 68

$4,0a5 46



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Trustees of the Sinking Fund



159



BALANCE SHEET OF GENERAL LEDGER.

I>X:CEMBBR 31, 1901.



SPECIAL ACCOUNTS.



Cash

Bond account

Interest

Trustees Sinking Fund of Cincinnati..
Investment of surplas funds



CONSTRUCTION ACCOUNTS.



Engineering departments

Rights of way.....

Track — ^Track material

Track-laying

Roadbed

Bridging

Buildings — Depots, platforms, etc

Water and fuel stations

Shops

Train service

Tel^raph line-

Legal expenses

General expenses.

Damages to persons and property

Printing and advertising.

Pt^miuins and commissions

Terminal facilities in Cincinnati

Lexington and Nicholas ville Division



1,747 68



171,600 00
10,235 74



760,208 12

690,108 97

2,589,167 37

154,442 55

10,549,038 98

2,369,452 27

224,107 70

62,079 36

24,128 05

25,865 04

31,453 94

74,011 61

242,615 45

12,576 11

7,778 11

88,326 71

298,015 88

300,000 00



$18,686,859 64



18,300,000 00
386,859 64



$18,686,859 64



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FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT



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BOARD OF TRUSTEES

Commissioners of Waterworks"

1901



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BOARD OF TRUSTEES

** Commissioners of Waterworks,"
CINCINNATI, O.



TRU8TSB8



AUG. HERRMANN, President,
MAURICE J. FREIBERG, Vice-Pres't,
C. M. HOLLOWAY,
LEOPOLD MARKBREIT,
WM. B. MELISH.



OI«BBK-



CHARLES G. ROTH.



OHIBF BNaiHBBB

G. BOUSCAREN.

CONSULTINa AND ADVI80BT BNaiHBBBS:

G. H. BENZENBERG,
CHARLES HERMANY.



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FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT.



Cincinnati, O., January 2, 1902.

To the Honorable Julius Fleischmann^ Mayor, and the

Honorable Board of Legislation of the City of Cincinnati :

Gentlemen, — In pursuance and under the provisions
of an act of the General Assembly of the State of Ohio,
passed April 24, 1896, entitled "An Act to provide for
Waterworks Purposes in cites of the first grade of the first
class" (92 O. I/., pp. 606 to 613) — a copy of said act being
attached to and forming part of our First Annual Report,
and marked "Exhibit A" therein — and resolution adopted
by the Board of Trustees, "Commissioners of Waterworks,"
at its session of December 10, 1901 (Minute Book 5, page
602), I have the honor to transmit, on behalf of the Board
of Trustees, "Commissioners of Waterworks," a statement
of the receipts and expenditures for the fiscal year ending
December 31, 1901, together with such other matters in
connection with its trust as in its judgment may be of
interest to the general public.

Attached to and forming a part of this report, we also
transmit for your information and consideration a report
prepared by the Chief Engineer relative to the progress
of the work and the operations of the engineering depart-
ment during the past year.



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178 Fifth Annual Report



Addition Ai. Reai. Estate.

During the past year there was purchased from the Eber-
sole heirs an additional tract of land adjacent to property
already acquired by the Board, and situated near the contem-
plated clear well at California. There were 6.845 acres in
the tract, the purchase price being $3,000. While this
appears to be rather a high price per acre for property in
this neighborhood, it was purchased for the reason that in
completing Contract No. 18 (grading of grounds and roads,
construction of drains, excavation of basins, and revetment
of slopes) the material found in excavation (clay) suitable for
the construction of the embankment around the coagulating
basins had been exhausted. Suitable material was found in
this tract, not only in quantities to complete this contract,
but to do some additional filling that will be required under
future contracts. These eight acres consisted of the highest
plot of ground yet remaining in what was formerly known
as the Ebersole tract. There was also purchased from J. G.
Schmidlapp a piece of property on Columbia Avenue, about
573 feet front by 240 feet deep, more or less, for the sum
of $8,430. This property is located near the Western Pump-
ing Station. In filling to an elevation 74, at the Western
Pumping Station site, about 80,000 cubic yards of material
will be required. This material could only be procured,
taking cost into consideration, by dredging from the river-
bed or by excavating from the hillside at this point, and was
bought with the latter purpose in view. Afler the same has
been graded it will not be needed for water purposes any
longer. It can then be divided into lots and sold in the
open market, and the city will no doubt realize more than
the cost price. The deed has not yet been received for this
property, and no payment has been made.



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Board of Trustees, "Commissioners of Waterworks" 179

Propositions have also been received for the purchase
of additional property needed for the laying of the high-
service pump mains — two pieces — but no action has as yet
been taken with respect thereto.

A proposition has also been received for the purchase
of a piece of property on Columbia Avenue, which will
probably be needed in placing over the same a temporary
trestle or inclined plane, proposed to be used in filling the
grounds at the Western Pumping Station. No action has as
yet been taken by the Board as to whether they will pur-
chase this property themselves or leave it optional with the
successful contractor for this work to do so.

Contracts Entered Into.

During the year 1901 contracts have been entered into
as follows :

No. 25 — For the extension of the steel shell of the
pump-pit shaft from the Eastern Pump-
ing Station.

No. 26— For the construction of the pumping
machinery for the California Pumping
Station, which the Lane & Bodley
Company agreed to construct.

No. 27 — For the furnishing and delivery of water-
valves, sluice-gates, and mud- valves for
the settling reservoirs, and for the
pump mains from the Eastern Pump-
ing Station.

No. 28 — For the pumping machinery for the West-
em Pumping Station.

No. 29— For the furnishing and delivery of one
loo-horse-power steam boiler.



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180 Fifth Annual Report

The contract heretofore entered into for part of the
tunnel and shafts for supplying water to the Western Pump-
ing Station with the W. J. Gawne Company, known as
Contract No. 20, was annulled and canceled during the
latter part of the year. Readvertisement for proposals to
finish the work was ordered. Bids were received on Decem-
ber 24, 1 901. They were referred to the Chief Engineer for
computation, and his report thereon is now pending in the
Committee of the Whole. On the same day that bids were
received a suit was brought to enjoin the Board from enter-
ing into this contract. No action will be taken until this
suit has been determined.

Specifications are now being prepared for the grading
and filling of the grounds at the Western Pumping Station ;
the buildings for the California and Western Stations ; and
also the pit and foundation for the latter station.

There can be no question that contracts for all of the
important work yet to be contracted for will be entered into
during the coming year.

The detailed features of the various contracts entered into
during the past year, as well as all other contracts previously
made, are set forth in the Engineer's Report hereto attached.

Attached to this report will also be found a table, marked
** Exhibit A," showing all of the contracts entered into up
to the present time, including the character of the work,
the number of bidders on each contract, the contract price,
the Engineer's estimate as to the cost of work, the name
and address of the successful bidder, the date of entering
into the contract, the date for the completion of the same,
the payments made thereunder up to December 31, 1901,
the date of final payment if made, and such other informa-
tion as may be of interest to the public.



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Board of Trustees, ** Commissioners of Waterworks" 181

Bond Issues.

During the past year $i,cxx),ooo worth of additional
bonds were issued, bearing interest at the rate of three
per cent. These bonds brought a premium of $24,039,
making them one of the lowest if not the lowest interest-
bearing rate of any municipal bonds ever sold in this
country.

Attached to this report will be found a statement, marked
"Exhibit B," showing the total bond issues up to the pres-
ent time, giving date of issue, date and number of bonds,
amount and terms of bonds and total amount, when payable
and when redeemable, rate of interest per annum on each
issue, when payable and the amount per annum ; as well as
a record of sales, showing date of sale, name of buyer,
amount of bonds, principal, premium and interest, and total
amount paid.

The interest charges on all of the bond issues up to the
present time have been provided for by the Board of Admin-
istration, Board of City Affairs, and the Board of Public
Service out of the revenues of the Water Department, under
the provisions of Section 15 of the Waterworks Act, which
provides, among other things, that the interest charges
becoming due on the bonds pending the construction of the
work can be paid either out of the proceeds of the sale
of the bonds or by the board having charge of the water-
supply of the city, providing that board agrees to assume
this liability or any portion thereof during the construction
of such work. The Board of Public Service has also agreed
to assume this liability for the year 1902, and has included
the estimated amount of money required in their estimates
of expenditures for that year, including therein the sum



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182 Fifth Annual Report

of $75,cxx) for sinking-fund purposes, this being the amount
required by the Waterworks law, and being the first esti-
mate for this purpose.

Under the subheading of receipts and disbursements will
be found a table showing the total amount paid out for
interest charges up to the present time by these boards.

Receipts and Expenditures.

The following are the receipts and expenditures for the
year ending December 31, 1901 :

January, 1901. RECEIPTS.

2. Balance to the credit of the Waterworks Improvement

Fund $657,836 43

3. Interest on balance, December, 1900 1,15024

February, igoi.

I. From Atlas National and Western German banks and
R. Kleybolte & Co., through sale of bonds, includ-
ing premium 1,024,039 00

4. Interest on balance, January, 1901 1,100 30

Toll on freight-cars hauled over viaduct 31200

21. Toll on freight-cars hauled over viaduct 26 00

March, igoi.

4. Interest on balance, February 2,521 09

13. Refunded bj Vulcan Iron Works under Contract No. 7. 52 00

21. Toll on freight-cars hauled over viaduct 17 00

April, igoi.

1 . Interest On balance, March 2,949 '9

2. Sale of scrap iron 19 72

5. Sale of pipe castings, brass castings, and valves 219 97

18. Sale of old material 7 08

22. Toll on freight-cars* hauled over viaduct 19 00

May, 1901.

2. Interest on balance, April 2,618 08

14. From T. F. Dickinson on transfer of property, to paj

taxes due 46 87

22. Toll on freight-cars hauled over viaduct 33 00



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Board of Trustees, "Commissioners of Waterworks" 183

June^ tgoi,

3. Interest on balance, May $2,641 19

21. Toll on freight-cars hauled over viaduct 25 00

July, 1901.

2. Interest on balance, June 2,483 84

3. For making cement tests 10 00

22. Toll on freight-cars hauled over viaduct 42 00

August, 1901.

21. Interest on balance, July 2,468 32

Toll on freight-cars hauled over viaduct 57 00

23. Rent of Eastern-avenue property 26 90

September, igoi,

5. Interest on balance, August 2,372 52

23. Rent of Eastern-avenue property 9 00

24. Sale of cross-ties 13 50

Toll on freight-cars hauled over viaduct 2300

October, 190J,

2. Interest on balance, September 2,21226

21. Toll on freight-cars hauled over viaduct 24 00

25. Rent of Eastern-avenue property 9 00

November^ 190/,

2. Interest on balance, October 2,21 1 89

21. Toll on freight-cars hauled over viaduct 40 00

26. Rent of Eastern-avenue property 9 00

Rent of California property 65 00

December f 190/,

2. Interest on balance, November 2,072 30

23. Overdrawn on Payroll No. 4t3>9 i 60

24. Rent Eastern-avenue property 900

Toll on freight-cars hauled over viaduct 54 00

Total $1,7091847 29



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184 Fifth Annual Report



EXPENDITURES.
January, igoi.

4. Frank Krug, ice $2325

Williams & Co., County Directory : 5 00

A. Langfermann, daily papers 2 00

H. Boesche, daily papers 3 90

Gibson & Sorin Co., printing 25 00

Western Union Telegraph Co., clock-rental 6 00

City and Suburban Telegraph Association, telephones. . 30 00

R. V. Foster (paymaster) Expenses 2 00

Chas. Hermany ** 6656

Geo. H. Benzenberg ** 98 60

Alfred Petry ** 14 19

J. H. Barker. ** 51 80

Clara W. Strader et al.^ ground lease 30 00

Gibson & Sorin Co., desk-pad, etc 135

W. B. Carpenter Co., letter-books, etc 4 20

L. M. Prince, tape-lines, etc 9 93

Globe-Wernicke Co., office desk and chair 3' 50

Ferd. Wagner, lantern-slides i 60

J. J. Doud, urinal 415

L. Schreiber & Sons Co., testing sample of lead i 50

Cincinnati Gas Light and Coke Co., gas 5 33

Western Union Telegraph Co., clock-rental 3 00

Greg. G. Wright & Son, rubber stamps 80

Dodd, Werner & Co., lamps 6 00

City and Suburban Telegraph Association, telephone. . . 15 00

"... 42 30

8. Commercial-Gazette Job Prtg. Co., printing specifications 14265

C. G. Roth, postage stamps 25 00

City and Suburban Telegraph Ass'n, removing poles ... 38 00

15. Payroll, office 334 16

" Engineer's office 840 33

** Residency No. 1 544 00

*♦ Residency No. 2 552 50

" laboratory 112 50

** police force 1 72 50

Jos. H. Springer, salary 62 50

Commercial-Gazette Job Printing Co., voucher blanks . . 20 00

Gibson & Perin Co., stationery 9 70

Webb Stationery and Printing Co., stationery ' i 35

Crane-Hawley Co., sheet lead 25 70

Standard Oil Co., headlight oil 4 80

Albert Wendt, wrought-iron plates 17 75

F. Fritsch Manufacturing Co., copper collar, etc 44 75

Henry^Boutton, repairing tools 4 25



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Board of Trustees, "Commissioners of Waterworks** 185



Castner, Cuk-ran & Bullitt, coal

L. M. Prince, steel tapes, etc

Lowry & Goebel, window-shades

Jos. H. Springer, expenses

New Blue-on- White Process Co., blue prints

L. M. Prince, blue prints

F. H. Kirchner & Co Contract No. 6

A. J. Henkel •* No. 12

" No. 18

W. J. Gawne Co " No. ao

J. B. Frenkel, expenses to Washington, D. C

18. Western Bank Note and Engraving Co., changing and

engraving bonds

Commercial-Gazette Job Printing Co., error in voucher

No. 3.415

R. V. Foster (paymaster) Expenses . .

C. G. Roth

G. Bouscaren •. *'

Charles Hermanj **

29. Engineering News Publishing Co Advertising

Engineering Record "

Enquirer Co '*

Commercial Tribune "

Cincinnati Post

Cincinnati Times-Star Co

Cincinnati Freie Presse Co

Cincinnati Volksblatt Co

AnzeigerCo .. **

Cincinnati Volksfreund Co

Payroll, office

** Engineer's office

" Residency No. i

" Residency No. a

** laboratory

** police force

Aug. Herrmann Salary. . .

Maurice J. Freiburg "

C. M. Holloway

L. Markbreit

W. B. Melish

Charles Hermany **

G. H. Benzenberg "

Jos. H. Springer "

Alfred Petry Expenses

W. C. Jewett

Alfred Petry

G. Bouscaren *•

Gibson & Perin Co., stationery



$16


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38


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5,233 84


2,071


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Fifth Annual Report



Webb Stationery and Printing Co., stationer/.

Simpkinson & Miller, photo plates, etc

Evans Bros., wire brads, etc

Bourbon Copper and Brass Works, fitting lifting-rods . .
Robert Mitchell Furniture Co., table and chairs



February^ igoi.



8.



Brackett Bridge Co., Contract No. 19

Webb Stationery and Prtg. Co., blank forms

W. B. Carpenter Co., letter-sheets, etc

Herm. Pfister, repairing steel tapes

John H. Focken, supplies

Raber Bros., tools, etc

Jos. Hopp, distributing stones

Cincinnati Gas Light and Coke Co., gas.

L. M. Prince, steel tapes

Castner, Curran & Bullitt, coal

W. C. Peale & Bro., linseed oil

Enquirer Co Advertising

Commercial Tribune Co "

Times-Star Co "

Freie Presse Co **

Volksblatt Co

The W. J. Gawne Co Contract



Aug. J. Henkcl.



No.
No.
No.
No.
No.



23
20
18
12
6



F. H. Kirchner & Co

Runck, Heinsheimer & Co., insurance

C. G. Roth, office expenses

Cincinnati Typewriter Co., typewriter ribbons

L. Brunner, daily papers

Henry C. Sherick, stationery

R. V. Foster (paymaster), expenses

1$. Payroll, office

** Engineer's office

*• Residency No. i

** Residency No. 2

** laboratory

** police force

Jos. H. Springer, salary

Simpkinson & Miller, photo-paper

Globe- Wernicke Co., letter-cabinets

Pfau Bros., stove and fixtures

L. M. Prince, drawing-paper

W. C. Jewett Expenses

J. W. Ellms

rg. F. H. Kirchner & Co., setting anchor-bolts in pump pit.



$>3 75
8 43

3 04
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4 40



2,728 50

15 2S
8 50
5 71

2 35
28s

3 00
488
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16 00
I 52

47 25

47 25

47 25

47 25

45 50

2,206 19

10.755 18

2,338 70

3,140 52

1,226 80

54 00
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334 16
830 34
612 84

487 50
112 50
172 50

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26. Payroll, office

" Engineer's office

" Residency No. i

** Residency No. 2

** laboratory

** police force

Aug. Herrmann Salary

Maurice J. Freiberg **

C. M. HoUoway "

L. Markbreit "

W. B. Melish "

Chas. Hermany "

G. H. Benzenberg "

Jos.' H. Springer "

Webb Stationery and Prtg. Co., iiguring-paper

Henry C. Sherick, stationery

Lowry & Goebel, repairing window-shade

Stein- Vogeler Drug Co., glycerine

Bourbon Copper and Brass Works, fitting lifting -rod

connection

C. L. Berger & Son, transit

G. H. Benzenberg, expenses

Marchy tgot.

I. F. H. Kirchner & Co., Contract No. 6

Estate of M. L. Storer, rent of lot on conduit-line

5. H. C. Sherick, letter-books, etc

W. B. Carpenter Co., copying-books

Cincinnati Gas Light and Coke Co., gas

Cincinnati, Georgetown & Portsmouth Express, charges
on cement samples

Cullen Bros., coal

Herm. Pfister, plumb-bobs, etc

Albert Wendt, supports for plumb-line

Bourbon Copper & Brass Works, fitting lifting-rods. . . .

Eureka Foundry Co., deep- well pump castings

G. Bouscaren Expenses

Jos. H. Springer •*

Alfred Petry

Alfred Petry

15. Aug. J. Henkel Contract No. 12

" No. 18

W. J. Gawne Co " No. 20

** No. 23

Enquirer Co Advertising

Commercial Tribune Co •*

Cincinnati Times-Star Co "

Cincinnati Post

Cincinnati Voiksblatt **



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Cincinnati Volksfreund Advertising $39 00

Cincinnati Freie Presse Co ** 39 «>

Anzeiger Publishing Co " 39 «>

Payroll, Engineer's office 829 33

** Residency No. i 593 01

" Residency No. 2 487 50

** laboratory 112 50

*• police force 17250

office 334 16

Harriet L. Peel, typewriting 8 00

R. V. Foster (paymaster), expenses 4 20

Webb Stationery and Printing Co 48 10

Jos. H. Springer, salary 62 50

Webb Stationery and Printing Co., stationery 20 00

L. M. Prince, profile-paper 9 55

Simpkinson & Miller, photo supplies 17 60

L. C. F. Cramer, supplies 2 20

W. J. Gawne Co., pointing drills 4 50

Hy. Boutton, sharpening tools 3 00

Castner, Curran & Bullitt, coal 24 00

F. H. Kirchner, miscellaneous work 46 14

R. M. Quigley & Co., protection bed of Lick Run 564 00

Prindle & Russell, yearly retainer 350 00

22. Ellis G. Kinkead, third of retainer Lane & Bodley case.. 666 66
R. M. Quigley & Co., placing lead strips under 60-inch

pipe in archway of Reservoir No. i 138 00

29. Henry C. Sherick, stationery 745

Smith Premier Typewriter Co., stationery 9 60

C. G. Roth, postage stamps 25 00

R. V. Foster (paymaster) Expenses 2 15

G. Bouscaren ** 22 37

Jos. H. Springer ** 8 09

Chas. A. Eberle ** 3' 30

Aug. Langfermann, daily paper 2 00

Robertson &Buchwalter, third retainer Lane &Bodley case 1,000 00

Payroll, office 334 16

** Engineer's office 810 51

•* Residency No. i 649 1 7

•* Residency No. 2 487 50

'* laboratory 112 50

** police force 184 00

Aug. Herrmann Salary 333 33

Maurice J. Freiberg ** 333 33

C. M. Holloway " 333 33

L. Markbreit *' 333 33

W. B. Melish " 33333

Chas. Hermany ** 208 34

G. H. Benzenberg *• 208 34

Jos. H. Springer ** 62 50



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Webb Stationery and Printing Co., stationery

W. B. Carpenter Co., stationery

L. M. Prince, drawing-paper, etc

Simpkinson & Miller, photo supplies

Henry C. Sherick, typewriter paper

Henry Behrens & Co., stationery closet

C. L. Bcrger & Sons, level-rod

L. M. Prince, blue prints



April, igof,

9. City and Suburban Telegraph Association, telephone. . .
City and Suburban Telegraph Association, telephone . .

Chas. Riley, stakes

Cincinnati Gas Light and Coke Co., gas

Castner, Curran & Bullitt, coal

L. Schreiber*& Sons Co., testing samples

Eureka Foundry Co., castings

F. H. Kirchner & Co., filling around engine bolu

Alfred Petry Expenses

W. C. Jewett **

R. V. Foster (paymaster) **

Western Union Telegraph Co., clock-rental

C. G. Roth, postage

Webb Stationery and Printing Co., stationery

Henry C. Sherick, stationery

City and Suburban Telegraph Association telephones. . .

Western Union Telegraph Co., clock-rental

H. Boesche, daily paper

Com'l-Gazctte Job Printing Co., printing annual report

and specifications

1 2. W. J. Gawne Co Contract No. 23

** No. 20

Aug. J. Henkel ** No. 18

". No. 12

Payroll, office

•* Engineer's office

*• Residency No. i

" Residency No. 2

'* laboratory

*• police force

Springer, salary

Otte Co., door-mat

Greg. G. Wright, model dat'er

Hcrm. Pfister, thermometer attachment

L. M. Prince, kiehl

W. B. Carpenter Co., stationery

W. B. Carpenter Co., tags, etc

John Shillito Co., towels

Jas. Murdock, Jr., aluminum tags



Jos. H.
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