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James Bailey *• 72 50

A. F. Nagle ** 75 00

Post-Glover Electric Co., desk lamp, etc 512

W. B. Carpenter Co., stationery 5 70

Bradley & Sorin Co., ink-erasers 2 00

L. M. Prince, field-books 5 10

Chas. S. Ferris, lumber i 65

John Kihm, horseshoeing i 75

Geo. H. Pierce, carpenter- work 8 25

Post-Glover Electric Co., electric lamps 9 60

Devere Electric Co., repairs, etc 2 65

Robert Clarke Co., office supplies 4 75

Henry C. Sherick, carbon paper 4 50

Webb Stationery and Printing Co., office supplies 3 00

Commercial- Gazette Job Prtg. Co., printing specifications 40 80

L. Brunner, daily papers ... i 20

Enquirer Co Advertising: 33 00

Commercial Tribune Co ** 33 00

R. V. Foster (paymaster), expenses 4 50

Clerk U. S. Court, certified copy of petition i 85

H. L. Peel, typewriting 4 30

City Waterworks, water- rent 9 98

December ^ i^oi.

3. Cincinnati Gas and Electric Co., gas * 5 10

L. M. Prince, blue prints 40 32

W. G- Hess, blue prints 34 45

Brown & Patterson, horse-feed, etc 49 14

G. S. Ellis & Son, horse-blanket, etc 10 15



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204



Fifth Annual Report



C. A. Eberle Expenses

J. A. Hiller

G. Bouscaren "

Raber Bros., nails,

13. John Shillito Co., office supplies

Lewis B. Folger, lantern-slides

The R. A. Kelly Co., moss around Waterworks model . .

Cincinnati Typewriter Co., ribbons

The Webb Stationery and Printing Co., stationery

I^ayroll, office

•• Engineer's office

'• Residency No. i

** Residency No. 2

•• laboratory

** miscellaneous force

** police force

James Bailey Salary . . .

A. F. Nagle

R. V. Foster ^paymaster) Expenses

C. G. Roth

James Bailey •'

A. F. Nagle

W. C. Jewett

Smith Premier Typewriter Co., typewriter and cabinet.

W. B. Carpenter Co., figuring-pads

Webb Stationery and Printing Co., envelopes, etc

Henry C. Sherick, manuscript covers

L. M. Prince, tracing-cloth

Sprengard & Dinkel, hand-pump

John H. Focken, supplies

L. C. F. Cramer, window-glass

John Treuheit, horse-keep ,

Mer. and Man. Toilet Supply Co., ser^'ice

Castner, Curran & Bullitt, coal

C. Crane & Co., lumber

Fairbanks, Morse & Co., sand

J. A. Harris, ice

Geo. H. High, horse-keep

W. J. Gawne Co Contract No. 23



A.J. Henkel

Henkel & Sullivan

Camden Iron Works

U. S. Cast-Iron Pipe and Foundry Co.. .
Coffin Valve Co



No. 12
No. 18
No. 26
No. 24
No. 27



$14 55

11 36
20 II

3 >o
i» 43
19 60

3 00

2 00
9 65

3^5 32
1,050 84
619 99
951 84
112 50

17833

172 50

72 50

75 00

4 21

5 58
9 16
8 50

16 01
118 25

6 50

12 50
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6 08

3 75
5 55

1 80

17 25

2 25

14 00

43 n

10 50

' 30

15 00

34,877 62

932 64

10,175 38

6,571 91

9,338 35
4,320 00



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Board of Trustees, ** Commissioners of Waterworks" 205

20. Payroll, office $363 48

" Engineer's office 1,053 83

" Residency No. i 5^5 00

** Residency No. 2 910 00

'* laboratory 112 50

** miscellaneous force 84 85

" police force 184 00

Aug. Herrmann Salary ... 333 37

Maurice J. Freiberg ** 333 37

C. M. HoUoway •* 333 37

L. Markbreit ** 333 37

W. B. Melish - 333 37

Chas. Hermany '* 208 34

Geo. H. Ben zen berg '• 20834

James Bailey '* 72 50

A. F. Nagle '* 75 00

Standard Oil Co., oil 5 29

Chas. S. Ferris, lumber 15 78

L. M. Prince, blue prints 37 5*

W. G. Hess, blue prints 16 68w

J. A. Hiller Expenses 10 15

G. Bouscaren ** 21 34

Simpkinson & Miller, photo supplies 4 85

Bradley & Sorin Co., mailing-tubes 3 75

Webb Stationery and Printing Co., envelopes 5 00

Littleford Bros., smoke-stack 18 00

24. Henkel & Sullivan Contract No. 18 20,00000

27. Brackett Bridge Co " No. 19 9,071 50

F. H. Kirchner & Co " No. 6 15,00000

Total $593i'65 34

RECAPITULATION OF RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS.

Receipts for the year 1901, including balance brought over

from 1900 1,709,847 29

Expenditures for the year 1901 593f 165 34

Balance on hand December 31, 1901 $1,1 16,681 95



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20G Fifth Annual Report

The following table shows the total receipts and dis-
bursements up to the present time:

TOTAL RECEIPTS TO DECEMBER 31, 1901.

1897 — From sale of bonds and miscellaneous sources 50,000 00

1898— From sale of bonds and miscellaneous sources 818,500 00

1899 — From sale of bonds and miscellaneous sources 1,034,960 32

1900 — From miscellaneous sources «9i433 43

1901 — From sale of bonds and miscellaneous sources 1,052,010 86

Total receipts to December 31, 1901 $2,974,904 61

TOTAL DISBURSEMENTS TO DECEMBER 31, 1901.

Disbursements for the year 1897 {see First Annual Report) . . . 68,638 13

Disbursements for the year 1898 {see Second Annual Report). . 348,789 98

Disbursements for the year 1899 {see Third Annual Report).. 379>949 18

Disbursements for the year 1900 {see Fourth Annual Report) . 467,680 03

Disbursements for the year 1901 {see Table) 593«i65 34

Total disbursements to December 31, 1901 $1,858,222 66

RECAPITULATION.

Total receipts to December 31, 1901 2,974,904 61

Total disbursements to December 31, i9o< 1,858,222 66

Balance on hand December 31, 1901 $1,1 16,681 95

Attention has already been called in this report to the
fact that the interest charges on the bond issues have been
provided for by the Board of Administration, Board of City
AflFairs, and Board of Public Service, out of the revenues
of the Water Department. As this is a part of the cost
of the work, although not paid out of the Waterworks
Improvement Fund, and notwithstanding the fact that the
amount of the same will appear in the Waterworks and
Auditor's reports, we have deemed it advisable to include
in this report a table showing the amount expended for
interest charges up to the present time. This will give the



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Board of Trustees, "Commissioners of Waterworks** 207

public a better opportunity to keep in touch with the ehtire
matter. This table is as follows :

INTEREST CHARGES PAID ON ACCOUNT OF WATERWORKS
IMPROVEMENT.

1897— August 30, six months* interest on $50,000; 3.65 per cent;

Waterworks Improvement bonds of date Veb. i, 1937. 912 50
1898— February 10, six months' interest on $50,000; 3.65 per

cent; Waterworks Improvement bonds of date Feb. i,

1937 • 912 50

• February 10, interest from October 4, 1897, to February 1,
1 898, on $250,000 ; 3 . 50 per cent ; Waterworks Improve-
ment bonds of date Aug. i, 1937 2,816 80

August I, six months' interest on $250,000; 3. 50 per cent ;

Waterworks Improvement bonds of date Aug. i, 1937. 4*375 00
August 8, thirty-three days' interest from June 28, 1898,
to August I, 1898, on $50,000; 3.50 per cent; Water-
works Improvement bonds of date Aug. i, 1938 158 20

August 8, six months' interest on $50,000; 3.65 per cent;

Waterworks Improvement bonds of date Feb. i, 1937. 4»375 00

1899— Feb. II, six months' interest on $50,000—3.65 per cent. . 9^2 50

" ** ** 250.000— 3.50 per cent.. 4,375 00

** ** ** 50,000 — 3.50 per cent. . 87500

** ** ** 500,000— 3.50 per cent. . 8,75000

August 7, six months* interest on 50,000—3.65 per cent. . 912 50

•* *• •* 250,000— 3. 50 per cent.. 4,375 00

•* *• ** 50,000-3.50 per cent.. 87500

" ** •* 500,000 — 3.50 per cent. . 8,75000

1900— Feb. 5, six months* interest on 50,000— 3.65 per cent. . 912 50

•* ** '* 250,00a— 3.50 per cent.. 4,375 00

*' *• *' 50,000— 3.50 per cent.. 87500

** *' *• 500,000— 3.50 per cent. . 8,75000

*' '* *' 1,000,000 — 3.00 per cent.. 15,00000

August 3, six months* interest on 50,000—3.65 per cent. . 912 50

" ** ** 250,000— 3. 50 per cent.. 4,375 00

•*• " 50,000^3.50 per cent.. 87500

•* ** ** 500,000 — 3.50 per cent.. 8,75000

•* ** ** i»ooo,ooo — 3.00 per cent. . 15,00000



* Voucher paid calls for six months* interest, viz 4,.375 00

Trustees of Sinking Fund paid City Waterworks, November 3,
1897, Blxty-flve days* accrued interest, from Aurusi 1, 1897,
to October 4. 1897 1,658 20

Leaving net payments by city of $2,816 80

Amount carried forward $103,200 00



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208 Fifth Annual Report

Amount brought forward 103,200 00

1901 — Feb. 5, six months' interest on $50,000 — 3.65 percent..
" ** ** 250,000— 3.50 per cent. .

'* ** '* 50,000— 3.50 per cent. .

'* •• " 500,000— 3.50 per cent..

*' " *' 1,000,000— 3.00 per cent. .

August 3, six months* interest on 50,000 — 3.65 per cent. .
" *' '* 250,000 -3.50 per cent .

** *' ** 50,000— 3.50 per cent..

*' *' *' 500,000 — 3.50 per cent. .

*' ** ** 1,000,000 — 3.00 per cent. .

** '* *' 1,000,000 — 3. 00 percent .

Total $178,025 00



Classification of Expenditures.

The following table is a complete classification of the
accounts and distribution of the total expenditures up to
December 31, 1901 :

Administration.

No. /. Commissioners' and Office Salaries: 't^D^'ifJwL

a. Commissioners 95*855 45

b. Office 36,179 80

Total $132*035 25

No. 2. Office and Sundry Administration Expenses.

a. Removal, refitting, and refurnishing offices of other
departments rendered necessary by the occu-
pancy of their offices by the Commissioners. . . 2,086 23

h. Offices — Fitting and repairs 1*851 77

c. Offices— Furniture, carpets, curtains, etc 4*063 24

d. Printing (including annual reports, books, forms and

accounts, proposals, specifications, contracts, and

engraving and printing of bonds) 12,721 43

e. Advertising — Newspapers, etc '5*729 88

y*. Stationery, supplies, etc 2,063 05

g. Horses, vehicles, harness, etc

h. Commissioners' horse-hire, horse-keep, etc 55 50

i. Inspection visits 84 50

j. Incidentals (including postage, telegrams, telephones,

messenger service, clock-rental, etc.) 2,047 68

Total $40,703 28



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Board of Trustees, "Commissioners of Waterworks" 209



No. 3. Ugal Expenses. I^De^Tiwf

a. Attorney's fees 16,374 26

b. Examinations and abstracts of titles 484 50

c. Court expenses - Costs and fees, etc 5.076 26

d. Judgments (except damages and rights of way)

e. Experts (including testimony, investigations, etc.).. 2,582 52

f. ♦ Incidentals 924 54

Total $25,442 08

So. 4. Interest Charges, (Interest on bonds under Section 15,
Act of April 24, 1896.)

a. Interest (nothing paid by the Trustees up to the
present time.)

No, $, Insurance.

a. Experimental Filter Plant 273 00

b. House at California, O 285 00

c. House at Western Pumping Station 28 99

Total $586 99

Engineering.
No, 6, Engineering.

( 1 ) Preliminary Surveys and Investigations.

a. Consulting engineers' salaries 2,916 62

b. t Consulting engineers* expenses 560 45

c. Engineering Corps* salaries 21,823 55

d. Engineering Corps' expenses (including board, trans-

portation, tolls, etc 1,244 79

e. Offices — Fitting and repairs 926 14

/ Offices— Furniture, carpets, curtains, etc 350 59

g. Instruments, tools, etc 1,019 54

h. Supplies, etc 93 11

i. Stationery and office supplies 393 44

/ Incidentals (including postage, telegrams, telephone,

messenger service, clock-rentals, etc. ) I37 57

k. Borings 6,074 10

/. Photographing and blue printing 60 86

nt. Engineering Commission salaries and fees 3*750 00

n. Engineering Commission expenses 284 67

Total $39,635 43

*Tbe sum of fl. 060. 85 charged to this account should have been charged to '*c."
tin report for 1897 this acooant was charged with $886.67. which should have been
charged to 6— 1c.



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210 Fifth Annual Report

(2) Construction. ''tS'vJ^'^'i^

a. Consulting engineers' salaries 19,166 60

d. Consulting engineers' expenses 2,372 70

c. Engineering Corps' salaries 167,072 73

d. Engineering Corps' expenses (including board, trans-

portation, toll, etc.) '>S26 39

e. Offices— Fittings and repairs *.527 53

y*. Off[ices — Furniture, carpets, curtains, etc >«492 68

j^. Instruments, tools, etc 3«3S5 ^5

h. Supplies, etc •• i ,702 50

i. Stationery and office supplies 2,908 69

J. Incidentals (including postage, telegrams, telephone,

messenger service, clock-rental, etc.) 2,42 1 01

k. Borings >o,564 85

/. Photographing and blue printing 2,076 53

m. Horses, vehicles, harness, horse-keep, etc 827 85

o. Special inspection 5.952 50

p. Special tests • 9*544 13

Total $232,542 34

Real Estate.

No. 7. /^ea/ Estate and Rights of Way.

a. Intake 24,750 00

b. California Pumping Station 6,448 15

c. Pump mains (California Station to Reservoir) 'tj^i 5°

d. Settling basins, filtering plant, and clear well 82,280 85

e. Gravity conduit I9«974 97

J\ Pendleton Pumping Station 34tOOO 00

g. Pump mains (Eden Park and Hill-tops) 4i300 00

h. Incidentals (including salaries, fees, and expenses of

agents, options, etc.) 31678 23

i. Roads 21 ,490 52

j. Taxes 386 44

Total $198,622 66

Pumping Plant,
No. S. Intake Pter.

a. Masonry and foundations 102,764 18

b. Valve-house 58 16

c. Gates and operating gear 10,644 66

d. Water-supply for operation 2,458 40

e. Screens 1,260 59

/. Lighting 55^ 07

g. Furniture, etc

h. Tools and supplies

i. Bridge approach, masonry and foundations 5t56i 57

j. Bridge approach, superstructure 19.300 00

k. Incidentals

/. Bridge approach, siding 389 74

Total $142,989 Zl



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Board of Trustees, *' Commissioners of Waterworks" 211

^^- P- Iniafc^ Tunnel and Shafts. I^D^cSX^gof

or. Tunnel (proper) 40,476 70

^. Shafts • 13,14009

^- Incidentals

"^^^J $53,616 79

o. yo. ^tsp^pi^^ Station {.California).

«• G rading and protection 4^899 08

^- ^ump-pit 286,962 85

J^- Engine-house

«- toiler foundations

^ ^oi ler-house and smoke-stacks

-^' ^ oal elevators and incline plane

^' ^*»rriping machinery and traveling-crane 57i47o 59

* -^^xiliary machinery (including electric-light plant

and generators) 2,462 38

V *^**miture and plumbing i 25

^' Meeting

y T^i-jfccks

* -"-^ «"«>ins and sewers 829 05

" ^**oidentals 17002

Total. . _ ^ $390,795 22

No. ii- ^^99m^n^ Station (Pendleton).

' ^^ *"«Kiing and protection

• ^^ mp-pit

■ ^- *^ ^ine-house

' -toiler foundations

* ^^oiler-house and smoke-stacks

^^ ^>al elevators and inclined plane

f' **■ ^^ inping machinery and traveling-crane

''^ 'i^xiliary machinery (including electric-light plant

J. and generators)

•' ,^* v^rniture and plumbing

■*; J^««ting

/ ,JV *"«cks

ff^' "^^ ^^ins and sewers

,," ^^^T^ cidentals

^^^ 5.8tributing tank

A^o. 12. ^==^^^

( 1 ) ^^^\tT^^ ^'^^*'^'

^^ ^*^^rnia Settling Reservoirs.

f^^ ^^ ip€8 and specials 1 2,842 79

^^ ^^ates, valves, and Venturi meters 4,320 00

ii^ ^Ipe-laying

^ ^^alve chambers

J^ ^^ulverts and drains

" trading

'^^ Incidentals



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$17,162 79



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212 Fifth Annual Report



( 2 ) Pendleton Station to Eden-Park Reservoir. ^D^aifiwT*

a. Pipes and specials

b. Gates, valves, «nd Venturi meters

r. Pipe-laying

d. Valve chambers

e. Culverts and drains

/. Grading

g. Incidentals

( 3 ) Pendleton Station to Hill-tops.

a. Pipes and specials

b. Gates, valves, and Venturi meters

c. Pipe-laying

d. Valve chambers

e. Culverts and drains

/.Grading

g. Incidentals

Conduits.
No. 14. Gravity Conduit.
Clear well to Pendleton Pumping Station.

a. Tunnel 81,107 ^4

b. Permanent shafts 49t039 33

c. Temporary shafts 55»397 40

d. Incidentals 38 00

Total $185,582 57



Purification Plant.
No. IS' Experimental Purification Plant.

a. Foundations S«996 12

b. Settling tanks 4.933 4©

c. Filtering tanks 2,115 29

d. Laboratory building and shed >i754 55

e. Pipes, valves, and meters (including labor) 5*3^5 93

/. Fitting laboratories (including instruments, appara-
tus, and tools) 3,268 83

g. Supplies, chemicals, stationery, etc 1*899 78

h. Salaries 16.138 00

i. Incidentals (including postage, telegrams, telephones,

messenger service, etc.) i8o 91

Total $41,672 81



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Board of Trustees, "Commissioners of Waterworks" 213

No. ,6. Settling Basins. 1o"Dil.Xl9M

a. Grading, rolling, and clearing 83,879 88

b. Revetment

c. Inlet weir

d. Effluent tunnel and shaft

e. Masonry in basins and dams (piers, concrete packing

and cascades, steps, foundations, crabs, etc. ) . . .

/. Floating tubes (chains, pulleys, crabs, and supports).

g. Effluent pipe (pipes and specials, blow-off, laying,
etc. )

h. Flushing pipe (pipes and specials, g^tes, laying) . .

/. Driveways (grading macadam)

/ Drainage (ditches, paving, drain -pipes, and catch-
basins) 18,380 63

fc. Hydraulic pipe line (pipe and specials, valves, hy-
drants, laying)

/. Pumping machinery

m. Pump-house

n. Gate-houses

o. Keeper's house

p. Sodding ,

q. Fencing (iron railings and gates)

r. Tools

s. Incidentals



5,195 20


857 59


16,124 <3


12,878 55


25,909 25


5*232 49


3,116 07



Total $171,573 79

No. //. Filtering Plant.

a. Grading and rolling ^ 3,093 61

b. Coagulating basins 25,736 52

c. Drains 948 80

Toul ; $29,778 93

No. 18. CUar Well.

a. Grading 2,650 18

b. Masonry . . .%

c. Revetment ;

d. Roof

e. Gates

/ Pipes and specials (including layings) 1,814 40

g. Gate-house

h. Draining

i. Incidentals



Total $4,464 58



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No. 19. Pip^ Ufus. "^'^^X

( 1 ) Settling Reservoirs to Filters.

a. Pipes and specials

b. Gates and valves

r. Pipe-laying

d. Valve chambers

e. Culverts and drains

y. Grading

g. Incidentals

( 2 ) Filters to Clear Well.

a. Pipes and specials

b. Gates and valves

c. Pipe-lajing

d. Valve chambers

e. Culverts and drains

f. Grading

g. Incidentals



No. 20, Storage House atid Care of Material,

a. House 831 56

b. Care of material 5 02



Total $836 58

Roads and Grounds.

No. 2J. Roads and Grounds.

a. Grading and rolling 49i9i3 4^

b. Macadamizing 2,371 60

c. Culverts and drains 23,613 79

d. Protection of river bank 33i469 20

e. Repair of buildings 135 95

/ Incidentals 2,953 ^

g. Railroad viaduct 30|635 04

h. Railroad track 7,088 28

Total $150,181 20

Operative Tests.
No. 22. Operation.

a. Engineering and experts

b. Salaries

c. Fuel -

d. Oil, waste, and other supplies

e. Tools

/. Repairs

g. Stationery, printing, etc

h. Horses, vehicles, harness, etc

I. Horse-keep, horse-hire, etc

j. Incidentals .



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Recapitulation of Distribution of Expenditures.

No. I. Commissioners and Office Salaries 132,03535

No. 2. Office and Sundry Administration Expenses 4 40,703 28

No, 3. Legal Expenses 25,442 08

No. 5. Insurance 586 99

No. 6. Engineering — (i) Preliminary Surveys and Investi-
gations 39,635 43

(2) Construction 232,542 34

No. 7. Real Estate and Rights of Way 198,622 66

No. 8. • Inuke Pier 142,989 37

No. 9. InUke Tunnel and Shafts 53,6i6 79

No. 10. Pumping Station ( California) 390*795 22

No. 12. Pump Mains (California Station to Reservoirs) 17,162 79

No. 14. Gravity Conduits (Clear Well to Pendleton Pumping

Station) 185,582 57

No. 15. Experimental Purification Plant -. 41,672 81

No. 16. Settling Basins "7'»573 79

No. 17. Filtering Plant 29,778 93

No. 18. Clear Well 4,464 58

No. 20. Storage House 836 58

No. 21. Roads and Grounds 150,18120

Total $1,858,222 66

Litigation.

The suit brought by the Board against the Lane & Bodley
Company to recover the difference between the amount that
said company agreed to build the pumping machinery for
the California Pumping Station and the amount that the
Board will be required to pay for the work under the con-
tract with the Camden Iron Works has been on trial in the
Common Pleas Court during the past month. It is expected
that a decision will be reached during the present month.

In the latter part of the year a suit was filed against the
Board by F. H. Kirchner & Co.-, whose contract for the in-
take pier, tunnel, and pump pit was completed by him during
the past season, for alleged damages and extras, amounting
to about $60,000. This case has not as yet been set for
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The only other litigation during the year was the suit to
enjoin the Board from proceeding with the construction
of the tunnel under what was known as Contract No. 20,
to which attention has already been called. This case has
not as yet been set for a hearing.

Progress of the Work.

The paper prepared by Mr. Melish, showing the progress
that was being made in the work, and which paper is illus-
trated by stereopticon views, was presented by him to a
number of organizations during the past year. It is the
intention to add to 'this paper, from time to time, other
important features of the work as it may progress, and to
present the same to such persons or organizations as may
deem it a matter of interest to them.

Cost of the Work.

It is evident that the amount authorized by the Water-
works Act — viz., $6,500,000 — will be insufficient to finish
the work as contemplated. This is largely brought about
on account of the increased cost of material and labor since
the original estimates were made ; the litigation to which
the Board has been subjected ; and the fact that it is intended
to combine the high service with the low service at the
Western Pumping Station, necessitating a double system
of force mains, and to include the improvement of the
reservoirs at Eden Park — features that were not taken into
consideration at the time the original estimates were made.
Careful estimates are now being prepared showing the total
expenditures already made, approximate balances due on
contracts already entered into, and approximate estimates
of cost of work yet to be done. When completed the entire



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Board of Trustees, ''Commissioners of Waterworks'* 217

matter will be presented to the members of the Hamilton
County delegation of the General Assembly for their con-
sideration.

Conclusion.

In conclusion, I desire to thank my associate members
for the uniform kindness they have shown me as their pre-
siding officer ; and on behalf of the Trustees permit me also
to thank your Honor, the members of the Board of Legis-
lation, the City Auditor, and the Corporation Counsel — in
fact, all of the city officers with whom we are associated
in the transaction of our official business — for the courtesies
extended and information tendered ; and to the chief and
advisory engineers and the employees in general we express
our appreciation of the services rendered.

All of which is respectfully submitted by order of the
Board of Trustees, "Commissioners of Waterworks.''

AUG. HERRMANN,
January 7, 1902. President,



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Grand
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$50,000 00

250,000 00

50,000 00

518,643 84

1,023,939 00

1,024,039 00



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BBOOBD OF SAIiBS



No.




Buyer Principal


Premium


Interest


Grand
Total


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1897.
97..

)8...


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Trustees of the Sinking Fund $50,000 00

•* *' " 250,000 00

" ** ** 1 50,000 00

f AUas National Bank. Wertero Ger- i ^rm nno nn
1 man Bank and R. Kleybolte & to. j j 500,ooo 00

(Atlas National Bank, Western GerOi, 000000 00
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Board of Trustees, ** Commissioners of Waterworks'' 219



Report of the Chief Engineer.



Cincinnati, O., Januar>' lo, 1902.

Board of Trustees^ ^^Commissioners of Waterworks ^^
Cincinnati y O.:

Gentlemen, —

In compliance with a
resolution of your Board, passed December 10, 1901, I



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