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Gas Consumers Benefit Co., pipe

Ira D. Washburn Co., paints and glass

Kiechler Manufacturing Co., repairing condenser

Coney Supply Co., cement .

Pittsburg Plate-Glass Co., oil, etc

Henry Strueve, lime

Total



IMPROVEMENTS.



Thompson, Nuring & Co., water alarms.
Stewart Iron Works, hospital doors



Total.



$1,004 01



65
S5

SO

n

so
68
20



15 95
5 28
366

2 21
17 80

7 20
46 02
14 40
14 70

13 44
17 02

3 00
7 05

90 10
I 50



$286 58



5400
96 75

$150 75



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Cincinnati Workhouse 609



RECORD OF PRISONERS

Committed during the Year 1901.

Total committed, 1901 2,283

Total committed, 1900 2,805

Decrease in number, 1901 522

Daily average in 1901 464

Daily average in 1900 , 440

Increase of average in 1901 24

Greatest number, February 19th 550

Lowest number, May nth 386

Average number committed daily 7.26

Average number of times committed 3 . 85

Average sentence of prisoners, 1901 106

Average sentence of prisoners, 1900 86. 51



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610



Annual Report



PRISONERS COMMITTED AND DISCHARGED.



•Months.



January .
February
March.
April. .
May.. .
June...
July...
August



Committed



Male. Female Total,



Totals.



i6i
>«5
93
79
137
140
112
192



September 144
October . . | 143
November
December



120
172



1,608



50
43
38
47
71
54
56
85
55
43
68

65



Discharged.



Male. Female Total.



211
158

I3«
126
208



277
199
186
188
337



'39



101 I

147 I
134 I
138 i



194 I III j
168 I 118



186
159
138
III

«55



675 2,283 i»637



57
48

32
72
60
64
63
75
48

55
65



690



196
149
198
166
210
171
182
249

234
186
166
220



2,327



Daily
Average



t9t

Ji e *



« 5 s

si i



521.26
527.20
518.80
459.80
416

442.681

447
472

443
43>
437
455



464



1


1

550 1


1


1 386

1 ....




















'






.\verage


of year.



BEOAPITUI4ATION.





Male.


Female.


Toul.


Number of prisoners remaining January i, 1901...
Number of prisoners committed to December 31.. .


405
1,608


.,2
675

. 787
690

, 97


5'7
2,283


Total


2,013
1,637


2.800


Number of prisoners discharged


2.327






Number of prisoners remaining January i, 1902


376


473



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Cincinnati Workhouse



611



DISCHARGES.



Male.



Expiration of sentence 1,128

I I

Payment of line and costs

Police Court, new trials

Pardoned by Police Commissioners

Paroled by Police Commissioners ...

Common Pleas Court, writ of habeas corpus.

** ** stay of execution

Died

Probate Court, sent to Longview Asylum. . . .

Cincinnati Hospital

Escaped

Commissioners Clark County

" Clermont County

** Gallia County

** Hamilton County

** Jackson County

Pike County

** Scioto County

Mayor Village of Hillsboro . . . . ,.

** Norwood

North Bend

Total 1,637



195
164
105

I
1
I
7
>5
I
I
2
2
4
3
I
2
2
2



Female.

390
164

83

38

2

I

I

5



690



Total.

1. 518

359

247

143

3

2

8
20

i
2
2
2

5
3

2
2

3

2
I
I

2,327



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612



Annual Report



COLOR OF PRISONERS.



White . .
Colored.



Total..



Total




Laborers.. . .
Mechanics. .
Professions .
Tradesmen .



Housework.
Total...



OCCUPATION OF PRISONERS.



FEKALES.



I.IOI

108
380



1, 60S

67s
a. 283



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Cincinnati Workhouse



613



NATIVITY OF PRISONERS.



Africa

Austria . .

Belgium

Canada

England

France

Germany

Ireland

Italy

Prussia

Russia

Switzerland. .

Scotland

Sweden

United States

Total..



Female.



1, 608



3
35



626



Total.

I

3

I

II
29

3

79
91

5

I

7
5

5

1

2,041



675 2,283



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614 Annual Report



crimp:s and offenses of prisoners.

Assault and battery 136

Abusing family 23

Adultery 8

Aiding prisoner to escape 1

Boarding train in motion 3

Cruelty to animals 3

Carrying concealed weapons 55

Discharging firearms i

Disorderly conduct 284

Drunkenness 499

Exposing person 7

Embezzlement 2

Fornication 3

Failing to provide for children 32

Game of chance 9

Gambling 4

House-breaking 11

Ijabitual offenders 4

Harboring lewd women , 2

Interfering with an officer 3

Impersonating an officer 1

Injuring shrubbery i

Keeping house of prostitution 3

Loitering 827

Larceny 4

Malicious destruction of property 24

Misconduct on street car 1

Obtaining money by false pretense 8

Obtaining food, etc., by false pretense 2

Obstructing street i

Petit larceny 261

Practicing trick game 3

Profane language i

Personal violence to an officer 2

Pointing firearms *. 5

Renting rooms 'for prostitution 6

Resisting an officer i

Receiving stolen goods i

Street-begging 24

Suffering game of chance i

Stoning railroad train 3

Seining for fish 1

Smoking opium 4

Slander 1

Taking horse without leave 3

Threatening to strike 1

Using genuine labels to defraud : 1

Vagrancy i

Violating scalpers law i

Total 2,283



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Cincinnati Workhouse



615



COMMITTED FROM COUNTIES UNDER CONTRACT.

Adams 3

Brown 4

Clark I

Clermont 2

Gallia 14

Highland 4

Jackson 2

Lawrence 9

Mei^s 2

Pike 4

Scioto 9

Vinton i

Total 55



COMMITTED FROM INCORPORATED VILLAGES
UNDER CONTRACT.

Addyston, Hamilton County 8

Bethel, Clermont County 2

Batavia, Clermont County i

Cleves, Hamilton County 1

Delhi, Hamilton County 2

Greenfield, Highland County i

Hillsboro, Highland County 6

Lockland, Hamilton County 2

Lynchburg, Highland County i

Lebanon, Warren County i

Middleport, Meigs County 5

Madisonville, Hamilton County.^ i

Manchester, Adams County 2

Norwood, Hamilton County 5

North Bend, Hamilton County 3

New Vienna, Clinton County 2

Portsmouth, Scioto County 2

St. Bernard, Hamilton County 4

Waynesville, Warren County i

Williamsburg, Clermont County i

Winchester, Adams County 2

West Union, Adams County i

Total 54



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616 Annual Report



PRISONERS RECEIVED AND DISCHARGED

Since First Occupancy of the Workhouse, November 17, 1869.

1869 and 1870 3,095

1871 3i38o

1872 3,677

1873 3.745

1874 4,175

1875 4,507

1876 4,750

1^77 3t396

1878 2,984

1879 2,654

1880 3.o«2

1 88 1 2, 945

1882 , 3.037

1883 2,619

1884 2,524

1885 2,370

1 886 2.802

1 887 3.361

1888 3.620

1889 3*296

1890 3.73«

1891 4,042

1 892 4,087

1893 3.858

1894 4.014

1895 3.729

1896 3.173

1897 3.563

1898 3*3^^

1899 3.o«8

1900 2,805

1901 2,283

Total 107,564

Discharged to January i, 1902 107,091

Remaining January I, 1902 473



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Cincinnati Workhouse



617



Report of the Physician.



To the Honorable Board of Police Commissioners :

Gentlemen, — In rendering you the report of the City
Workhouse for the year ending December 31, 1901, it is to
be noted the year has been marked by no special features
of difference from preceding ones.

During the year the following cases have been treated
in the hospital of the institution :

Alcoholism 36

Catarrhal fever 10

Cystitis I

Diarrhoea 2

Epilepsy 6

Erysipelas 5

Fractures of the skull 3

Fracture i

Gunshot wound i

Heat prostration 4

H aemorrhage 2

Hemiplegia i

Injuries 13

Insane 7

Morphine habit 11

Malaria 13

Neuralgia i

Orchitis ! i

Parotitis i

Pneumonia 2

Phthisis 2

Rheumatism 6

Senility i

Sprains 1

Syphilis 4

Typhoid fever 13

Total 148



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618 Annual Report



The entire time of all patients in the hospital was 3,108
days. To patients not confined to the hospital medicines
were given on 23,039 occasions, an average of about 63
per day.

During the year, notwithstanding the prevalence of
smallpox throughout the city and country, the Workhouse
remained entirely free from it. The sanitary condition of
the prison in general has been excellent, and the fact that
prisoners, as a rule, during their stay in the institution,
regain their health and increase decidedly in weight, is
evidence that the food is wholesome in quality and sufficient
in quantity.

Within the period of this report eight prisoners have
died : two suicided, one by hanging and one by jumping
from a second-story window ; one from haemorrhage from
the lungs ; two from pneumonia ; one from old age ; and
one was killed by a fellow-prisoner.

With thanks to your honorable Board for the considera-
tion shown me during the year, and an expression of my
appreciation for the many courtesies extended by the other
officers of the institution, this report is respectfully sub-
mitted.

TRAVIS CARROLL, M. D.,

Physician.



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ANNUAL REPORT



CITY AUDITOR



1901



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OFFICE FORCE.



PAUL M. MILLIKIN,
GEORGE O. DECKEBACH,
GEORGE FRIEDLEIN, -
MATTHEW McGUIRE, ^
R. L. PUNSHON, J

A. BART HORTON, -
SAMUEL J. LEWIS,
E. V. BROOKFIELD,
GEORGE WILLIAMS,
LOUIS SCHIFFMACHER,
WILLIAM HAYES,
GEORGE W. MAGLEY, -
A. H. FOSTER,
FRED. A. STEGNER,
WILLIAM O'KEEFE, ^

GEORGE I. KING, /

GEORGIA STOWE, -
E. J. COX, ....



Aiidiiar.

- Assistant Auditor,
Book-keeper,

- Assistant Book-keepers,
Ch ief Assessment Clerk .

- Assistant Assessment Clerks.

Chief License Clerk,

- Assistant License Clerk,
Record Clerk,

- General Clerk,
Department Examiner,

- AssH Department Examiners,

Stenographer and Gen'' I Clerk.

- Messenger.



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STATE OF OHIO,

Hamilton County



iss.



Before me, a notary public in and for Hamilton County, appeared

Paul M. Millikin, Auditor of the City of Cincinnati, who, being

duly sworn, deposes and says that the accompanying Statements are

true to the best of his knowledge and belief, and that they contain a

report of the accounts of the City of Cincinnati, showing the revenue,

receipts and expenditures, and sources from which the revenues and

funds therein named are severally derived, and the manner in which

they have been disbursed.

PAUL M. MILLIKIN.

Sworn to and subscribed in my presence this 24th day of May,

1902.

GEO. O. DECKEBACH,

Notary Public,

Hamilton County, O.



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CONTENTS.



General Fund 627-668

Receipts 627-629

Disbareements— Board of Public Service 629, 630

Board of Elections 657

Board of Legislation 648

Board of Supervisors 659,660

Certified Liabilities 668

City Auditor 641, 642

City Clerk 647

City Engineer 636-639

City Hall 653-656

City*8 Portion Sidewalks 632

City's Portion Street Improvements 631

City Printing and Advertising 656

City Treasurer 643, 644

Condemnation 631

Construction and Repair of Steps 632

Contingent Account 661-668

Corporation Counsel 644-647

Davidson Fountain 633

Electrician 635,636

Free Employment Bureau 641

Garbage 633

Inspector of Buildings 658

Inspector of Stationary Engineers 660

Justices of the Peace 649-651

Mayor 639,640

Park Concerts 666

Police Court 651,652

Stationery Storekeeper 659

Supervising Engineer 652

Town Halls 633-635

Wharfage 660,661

Special Funds 672-827

Avenue Pavement Fund 814, 815

Bounty Fund 818

Branch Hospital Improvement P'und 821

Bridge Fund 768-771

Bridge Repair and Reconstruction Fund 823

Cincinnati Hospital Fund 708-714

City Infirmary Fund 715-723

Eden Park Luray-Point Fund 826



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Special Funds — Continued :

Fire Department Fund 700-707

Firemen's Pension Fund 804-806

Groesbeck Endowment Fund 813

Gymnasium Pile-driving Fund 825

Hospital Library and Museum Fund 810

House of Refuge Fund 724-729

Interest Fund 809

Linn-Street Repair Fund 820

Light Fund 748-750

McLean-Avenue Repair Fund 820

Market Fund 774, 775

Market Repair Fund 811

Market-House Fund 813, S22

Park Fund 757-701

Pavement Fund SIO

Pile-driving and Retaining-wall Fund 780

Police Relief Fund 807, 808

Recapitulation Special Funds 779

Relief of Blind Fund 818

Riverside Waterworks Extension Fund 812

Sanitary Fund 7(>2-7&t

Sewer Assessment Fund 8<>2

Sewer Assessment Sinking Fund WW

Sewerage Fund ; 7G5-767

Sinking Fund 8<j9

Si>ecial Condemnation Fund 812,816

Special Guarantee Fund 811

Special Street Fund 819

State-Avenue Repair Fund 819

Street Assessment Fund 799,800

Street-Cleaning Fund 730-734

Street Extension Fund 824

Street Improvement Sinking Fund 801

Street Railroad Percentage Fund 735-742

Street-Repairing Fund 743-747

Superior Court Fund 778

Trunk Sewer Fund 772,773

University Fund 788-798

Washington-Park Restoration Fund 827

Watch Fund 091-699

Waterworks Fund 672-690

Waterworks Improvement Fund 781-787

Wharfage Fund 776, 777

Workhouse Fund 751-756

Appropriations and Expenditures — General Fund 669,670

Licenses — Municipal 671

" Vehicle 747

Funds, Statement of, showing Cash Balances, etc 830,831

Income and Credits, Statement showing Sources of 832-834

Population, Assessed Valuation of Property, etc 828,829



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FORTY-NINTH ANNUAL REPORT



OF THE



CITY AUDITOR OF CINCINNATI



City Auditor's Office, ]
Cincinnati, O., January i, 1902.)
To the Honorable Board of Legislation of Cincinnati:
Gentlemen, —

I herewith submit for your information and
consideration, in accordance with Section lyS^-aj Subdi-
vision I, of the Revised Statutes of Ohio, this the Forty-
ninth Annual Report of the City Auditor of the City of
Cincinnati, showing the revenue, receipts and expenditures
of the city for the fiscal year ending December 31, 1901 ;
also the sourcea from which the revenues and funds are
severally derived, and the manner in which they have
been disbursed.

Very respectfully,

PAUL M. MILLIKIN,

City Auditor.



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General Fund — Receipts



621



GENERAL FUND



RECEIPTS.



Balance in city treasury January 2, 1901 .

From County Treasurer, Taxes :

Regular levy. . .February settlement. .
August **



Dow law February settlement.

August **



From City Auditor:

Municipal licenses collected

City Electrician's bills for wire-tax collected

Correction of voucher, ** John Fehrenbatch,

Superintendent City Hospital," February

28, 1899; Contingent Ordinance 280



From City Treasurer :
Interest on bank balance.



From Advertising and Superintending Street
Improvements, amounts returned to Gen-
eral Fund :
R. Allison, President B. of P. S



From Justices of the Peace, Costs and Fees
collected :



James M. Brandt

J. F. Kushman

James D. Templeton

Philip Winkler

Charles Weidner, Jr., County Clerk



From City Engineer:

Rent of town halls — Clifton, Westwood, and

Linwood

Forfeited deposits for specifications



Amount carried forward



39,837 71!
37,974 55



72,401 74
70.719 54



94,758 29
403 >6



191 80



",398 35
1,897 12
>,776 37
2,868 45
73 40



3,262 25
55 00



49,144 21



77,812 26



143,121 28



95,353 25
23. '51 56

12,863 04



8,013 69



3.3'7 25



$412,776 54



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City Auditor's Annual Report



Amount brought forward

From Fees collected :

Charles S. Holder, Clerk of Police Court

Henry Ketter, Inspector Stationary Engineers
Charles A. Tooker, Inspector of Buildings..

From Cincinnati Street Railway Co. :

Rent of tracks over Eighth-street Viaduct. .

From John Chapman Co. :

Rent of lots west side of Gilbert avenue

From Rent of Wharves :
John A. Pentland, Wharfmaster

From R. E. Secrist :
Use of street for wagon-scale one year

From Fred Fischer :
City's portion hay-weighing scales in Sixth-
street Market



From Corporation Counsel :

Fees due city in Insolvency Court

Costs collected in sundry cases

Damages recovered in suit of City v. Rhein
Strom Bros ,



Unknown conscience money.

From Sales of Old Material :
City Auditor.



Inspector of Buildings.
Custodian of City Hall.
City Engineer



From Privilege to Tap Sewer :

P. M. Brickel

Evan Evans

J. W. Jaynes

George Laubly & Co



From Advertising Amended Plats :

H. Berger

Jacob Martin

Sophia Meeks



From Robert Allison, President B. of P. S. ;
Compromise of claim (Mineral Plaster Co.),
use of roller village of Avondale; Ordi
nance 1239, December 30, 1895

From A. H. Cox, Purchasing Agent:
Sale of three old horses



Frotn City Treasurer :

Refunder account revenue stamps.

Amount carried forward



8,341 70

17 14

5,708 00



25 60
46 40

240 00



34 15

33 00

2 00

5 95



10 00
10 00
10 00
10 00



10 00
10 00
10 00



412,776 54

15.763 70
1,000 00

150 00

2,960 00

25 00

71 38



312 00
55 00

75 «o

40 00

30 00

150 00

95 75
2 06



$433»5o6 53



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General Fund — Disbursements



629



Amount brought forward

From H. E. Deckebach :
Rent of house No. 3129 Fairfield avenue. . .

For Sale of Condemned Houses :
Henry Hater, house No. 1029 Linn street..
Adam Mueller, house No. 2612 May street
Jos. L. Pence, house Nos. 1024-26 Noble court
World's Fair Wrecking Co., 1027 Linn street

From Geo. F. Holmes, Clerk B. of P. S. :
Account overinspection charged to contractor



Total.



DISBURSEMENTS.



BOARD OF PUBLIC SERVICE.

SALARIES.



Robert Allison

W. C. Johnson

Samuel Weil, Jr

M. A. McGuire

William Magley

City Treasurer, payrolls (office force).

Total



Appropriation $31,480

INCIDENTALS.

For Cash Disbursements, Postage, etc. :

A. H. Cox....

G. F. Holmes

A. C. Straehley



For Advertising, Printing, Books, Stationery,
Papers, etc. :

W. H. Anderson & Co

H. Bocsche

L. Bartsch

L. Brunner

Commercial Gazette Job Printing Co

Robert Clarke Co

Eagle Lithographing Co.

A. Langfermann

F. K. Wood

Williams Directory Co

Webb Stationery and Printing Co

Woodrow Stationery and Printing Co



Amount carried forward



125 00

125 00

35 00

25 00



4,000 00
4,000 00
4,000 00
4,000 00
4,000 00
'1,390 94



10 00
117 94



12 00
19 65

2 60
I 42

23 00

6 50

30 00

12 06

3 50
8 00

35 50
18 50



433.506 53



75 00



310 00
7 00



$433,898 53



$31,390 94



'37 94



172 73



$300 67



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City Auditor's Annual Report



Amopnt brought forward



For Cleaning Office, Carpets, Washing Towels,
Soap, etc. :



Charles Bencsik . . . ,
Mrs. Anna Daum. . .

Fair Co

Thos. Ward

Weatherhead & Co.



For Clock and Clock-rental:

Barker & Freisens

Western Union Telegraph Co.



For Carpets, Dry Goods, Shades, etc. :

Handy Window-shade Adjusting Co.
John Shillito Co



For C. of C. Membership (A. H. Cox) :
R. J. H. Archiable



For Cementing Radiator :
Thos. J. Nichol & Co...



For Iron Safe :
City and Suburban B. A. & L. Co.



For Groceries, Fans, Gate, Glass, Hardware,
and Repairs:

Buck Pneumatic Stamp Co

George F. Eaton & Co

James Griffith & Sons

William J. Gibson

G. Henshaw & Sons

KPLCo

W. C. Peale & Bro

William H. Pfister

Randolph Richards

Standard Electric Co

Smith Premier Typewriter Co

G. G. Wright & Son

Oscar Zenck



For Telephone-rental :
City and Suburban Telegraph Association.



ToUl.



Appropriation $1,200



75 50
18 81
24 02
17 00
3 60



12 00
24 00



4 25
221 28



2 90

365

14 25

27 50

6 00

9 94

2 93

I 50

17 00

19 00

9 66

5 70

75



300 67



138 93
36 00

225 53
40 00

70 00



120 78
147 00



$1,188 9t



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General Fund — Disbursements



631



CITY'S PORTION COST OF STREET
IMPROVEMENT.

For Payrolls :
City Treasurer



City Portion Cost of Improvement of:
McKeon alley



Extras connected with Improvement of :

Burnet av. . .L. F. Klanke Cont'r

Carrie st. . . .Evans & Springmeier. . . **

Broken Stone and Limestone Curbing, etc. :
Bruce avenue Trinidad A. P. Co.



Total.



Appropriation $$^500

Note— In Addition to above, there was paid from
the Contingent Fand, Ordinance 716, 92,931.25 account
deficiency in fand for city's portion of street improve-
ment, making total amount paid out for Cifegr's Portion
of Street Improvement S8,352.08.



CONDEMNATION.



Victor Abraham, attorney, judgment for land

on Russell street

Drausin Wulsin, attorney, judgment for land

on Kuhlman avenue

George B. Harte, County Clerk, court costs

Kuhlman avenue

George B. Harte, County Clerk, court costs

Russell street

George B. Harte, County Clerk, costs apd

judgment Ahrens-street property



Expert Witness Fees :

Arthur W. Davis Ahrens-street property

Philip Moessinger ... ** ••

Robert Stuhlmann. . . ** **



Total .



Appropriation $2^00



5,019 00



29 69



249 99
10 40



III 75



$5,420 83



2,217 59

• 85 00

8 43
40 42
107 56



20 00
15 00
6 00



2,459 00



41 00



$2,500 00



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City Auditor's Annual Report



CONSTRUCTION AND REPAIR OF
STEPS.

For Payroll :
City Treasurer <

Lumber, Nails, and Hand-rail :

]. B. Doppes Sons

Enterprise Lumber Co

Ben Evans

Jas. Griffiths & Sons

KPL Co

H. W. Meier Sons

W. E. Townley & Co



Total .



Appropriation $4,500



CITY'S PORTION SIDEWALKS.

For Payroll :
Citv Treasurer ^



For Brick and Plank:

Thomas Evans

John Murray

John Warburg

For Car-tickets :

Cincinnati Street Railway Co.
Cincinnati Traction Co



For Horse:
Charles Kuntz.



For Lumber :
J. B. Doppes & Sons.



k'



W. Meier Sons.



For Repairs of Buggies, etc. :

Bode Wagon and Plow Works

For Stone-cutting and Artificial Stone:

Cincinnati Granitoid Co

Thomas Evans

M. T. Flynn

F. B. Gier & Co.

F. Springmeier



Total.



Appropriation $9^00



83 52


»35


57


4


00


463


20


60


50


297


66


357


«5



623 85

10 84
80 00



25 00

175 00



3> 96
45 57



10 10

185 40

7 20

5 40

151 29



3»095 '3



M02 30



$4,497 43



7,962 22

714 69

200 00
140 00



77 53
46 15



359 39



$9,499 98



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General Fund — Disbursements



633



REMOVAL OF GARBAGE.

Sanitary Extracting Co

Appropriation $26^5 S3. jo



CARE TYLER DAVIDSON FOUNTAIN.



For Payrolls :
City Treasurer .



For Hardware, etc.:

KPL Co

G. B. Meyer

Pickering Hardware Co.
(^een-City Supply Co..




For Incidentals :
Fred, Maag



Adrian Meerse . .
Witt Cornice Co.



Total .



Appropriation $2,500



TOWN HALLS.



For Payrolls :
City Treasurer.



CLIFTON.



For Gas :

Cincinnati Gas Light and Coke Co.



Cincinnati Gas and Electric Co.



For Coal :

Hinch Coal and Coke Co.. .
Kineon Coal and Coke Co.
Kroger Coal and Coke Co. .
Queen-City Coal Co



For Rent:

Resor Academy and Clifton Literary Institute

A mount carried forward



55
4 30
16 00



4 81

» 37



97 32
24 00

16 00
75 00



2.435 08



5 37



20 85



$2,461 30



936 30



6 18



212 32
2,500 00



$3,654 80



Digitized by VjOOQ IC



634



City Auditor's Annual Report



Amount brought forward



For Sundry Bills :

Colter & Co., soap and matches

P. DeRoo, brooms

Dorst & Co. , clock repairs

M. B. Farrin, kindling wood

Fred. Grube, carpenter- work

Conrad Hoehn, plastering

George Horn, papering

Wm. Hines, bolts, etc

Anna E. Karl, sprinkling

KPL Co., hardware

A. Kelly, labor

George F. Laubly, plumbing

Long, Armstrong & Co., painting, etc.

Adrian Meerse, mops

Jas. Murdock, Jr., number plates

W. C. Peale & Bro., glazing, etc

Jos. Reich, repairs, etc

L. A. Strobel & Co., mouldings

John R. Townley, boiler repairs



Total



Appropriation $4400



LINWOOD.

For Payrolls :
City Treasurer

For Insurance :

Adam Gray & Co

Kennett, Heckle & Hall

Geo. I. King & Son

Laws Insurance Agency

Rothier, Butterfield & Co

J. O. Rosfe, agent

Kunck, Heinsheimer & Co

For Sundry Bills :

Colter & Co., matches, etc

Geo. H. Dean & Kite Bros., lamp chimneys. .

Thos. De Armond, kindling wood

P. DeRoo, brooms, etc

Geo. Heatley, roof repairs and furnace work.

John Keeshan, dusters

John Lipps, cement sidewalk

F. M. Parvin, plumbing

F. Reynolds, carpenter- work, etc

Standard Oil Co., gasoline

H. C. Whetstone, coal



Total.



Appropriation $600



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2 75
60 00



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