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Kleemeier Bros., sprinkling Washington Park,
June

Citizens' Street- Sprinkling and Cleaning Co.,
sprinkling Hopkins Park, June

Herman Eggers, sprinkling Lincoln Park, June.

Thomas Burns, 49 loads soil

KPL Co.. one brush

E. G. Hill Co., 490 crysanthemums

Henry A. Dreer, one Victoria Regia

Commercial - Gazette Job Printing Co., 300 an-
nual reports for 1900

Henry Burdorf, shoeing, June. .

J. M. McCullough Sons, 4 bu. grass-seed

James Griffith Sons, 1 10 cedar posts

J. L. Mott Iron Works, 4 brass jets.

Wellman & Roettker, harness repairs

Cin'ti Gas and Electric Co., electric light, June.

Central Brass Works, 2 fountain strainers

Municipal Journal and Engineer, subscription
1901

H. J. Conkling, sewer-pipe and lime

Thomas Burns, 91 cu. yds. soil

Wilber Jones, 6 loads manure

B. P. Critchell, 200 postage stamps.

City and Suburban Telegraph Ass'n, telephone-
rental, July, Aug., Sept

Adrian Meerse, one dozen mops

Thomas Burns, 37 loads soil



Park Fund carried forward.



4.937 30


71


91


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12


10


10


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34 50


16


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4 00

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2 15

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$6,208 82 $32,839 22



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982



Report of the Clerk



July
25.



Park Fund brought forward .



15-



16.
22.



23-



T. W. Fisher & Co Hay and oats

Early & Daniel «*

Wm. F. Knemoeller, medicines

John Shillito Co., 10 rolls batting

J. M. McCullough Sons, 500 flower-pots.

Bradley & Sorin Co., 500 envelopes

B. P. Critchell, cash sundries



Aug.
8.



Geo. Douglas & Co., plumbing repairs, Wash-
ington Park and Eden Park

Crane-Hawley Co., 515 ft. pipe

Cambridge Flower-pot Factory, 50 pots

J. P. Jones, cement walk

Geo. Weller Horse-keep, July

F. B. Maertz ** •*

J. H. Kohmescher & Co., 50 ft. hope

Early & Daniel, oats and hay



Cremering Bros., two dozen brooms

City and Suburban Telegraph Ass'n, operating

patrol-boxes, July

KPL Co., hose and hardware

Henry Burdorf, shoeing, July

Kleemeier Bros., sprink'g Washington Park, July
Citizens' Street - Sprinkling and Cleaning Co.,

sprinkling Hopkins Park, July

Herman Eggers, sprinkling Lincoln Park, July.

CinHi Gas and Electric Co., electric light '. .

John Collins, grading Gilbert avenue, west side.
J. E. McCracken Supply Co., 438 ft. sewer-pipe

Early & Daniel, hay and oats

W. E. Townley & Co., 456 ft. lumber

Amanda Blymyer, one load bedding

John Collins, special grading (Gilbert avenue,

west side)

Iliflt Bros., 12 loads soil

L. M. Prince, blue-prints and tape-line

J. E. McCracken Sup. Co., 4 pieces sewer-pipe

Early & Daniel, 1,700 lbs. oats

Braun & Kipp, 5,190 lbs. hay

John Collins, special grading (Gilbert avenue,

west side)



30.

Sept.

5. Geo. Welch Horse-keep, August

F. B. Maertz **

6. John Collins, special grading ^Gilbert avenue

west side )

12. B. P. Critcfiell, cash sundries

Jos. R. Peebles Sons Co., one tub melophine. . .

"as. Grifliith & Sons, 4 pieces lumber

E. McCracken Sup. Co., i piece sewer-pipe.,
ohn Boehringer.. . .Shoeing, June, July, Aug..

flenry Burdorf ** etc., August

Aug. Langfermann, Commercial Tribune, May
29 to September 3



Park Fund carried forward.



6,208 82



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98


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15


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60


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67


12


70


23


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2 10



$7,143 55



32,839 22



$32,839 22



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Board of Public Service



983



Sept.
12.



13.



26.



Park Fund brought forward .



27.



Oct.



II.
17.



City and Suburban Telef^raph As8*n, operating

patrol-boxes, August

Cin'ti Gas and Electric Co., electric light, Aug.
Daniel Ryan, special grading (Gilbert avenue,

west side)

Daniel Ryan, special grading (Gilbert avenue,

west side) •

E. Bowen, 5 lbs. twine

Wellmann & Roettker, harness repairs in July

and August '.

Geo. Douglass & Co., plumbing repairs in July

and August

John Shillito Co., ribbon

Early & Daniel, hay and oats

Denys Zirngiebel, seeds

Daniel Ryan, special grading (Gilbert avenue,

west side)



Early & Daniel, 2,075 lbs. corn

Kleemeier Bros., sprinkling Washington Park,

Aug., Sept

Citizens Street -sprinkling and Cleaning Co.,

sprinkling Hopkins Park, Aug., Sept

Herman Eggers, sprinkling Lincoln Park, Aug.,

Sept

Smith Coal and Sand Co., two loads sand . . .
City and Suburban Telegraph Ass'n, telephone-
rental, Oct., Nov., Dec

City and Suburban Telegraph Ass*n, telephone-

rental, Oct., Nov., Dec

City and Suburban Telegraph Ass'n, operating

patrol-boxes, September

Western Union Telegraph Co., clock - rental,

Oct., Nov., Dec

Morrison & Snodgrass Co., cedar and cypress

lumber

Chas. Moser & Co., 49.07 gal. boiled oil

George Welch, horse-keep, September

Daniel Ryan, special grading (Gilbert avenue,

west side)

J. P. Jones, masonry work, Eden Park

John H. Wolf, paint, etc

Cin'ti Gas and Electric Co., electric light, Sept.

F. B. Maertz, stabling (feeds )

Daniel Ryan, work grading Luray avenue

Wellmann & Roettker, harness repairs

Henry Burdorf, shoeing

Early & Daniel, 2,235 lbs. oats

feed

City and Suburban Telegraph Ass'n, telephone

rental, Oct., Nov., Dec

H. J. Conkling, sewer-pipe and cement

J. E. McCracken Supply Co., five barrels cement
Daniel Ryan, work grading Luray avenue. . . .
Martin Morris, 143 yds. riprap



Park Fund carried forward.



7,143 55



8


33


7


08


52 70


54


00


I


00


8


75


21


90


5 50


25


84


'5


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19


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$8,588 96



32,839 22



$32,839 22



Digitized by VjOOQ IC



984



Report of the Clerk



Oct.
25-

31.



Park Fund brought forward.



I



Nov.
I.
7.

Nov.
7.



8.
II.
30.
Dec.
19.



Daniel Rjan, work grading Luray avenue

City and Suburban Telegraph Ass'n, operating

patrol-boxes, October

Wm. H. Fox, repairing down-spouts, etc

E. McCracken Supply Co., 31 barrels cement.

Bowen, nine rolls roofing-paper

KPL Co. , hardware

Geo. B. Meyer, half dozen axes

Samuel H. Taft, lumber

J. P. Jones, masonry work (Luray avenue)

L. M. Prince, magnifying-glass

Roger H. Kemper, insurance

Daniel Ryan, grading Luray avenue

Herman Eggers, sprinkling Lincoln Park, Oct
Kleemeier Bros., sprinkling Washington Park,
October. ...

Citizens* Street - Sprinkling and Cleaning Co.,
sprinkling Hopkins Park, October

Castner, Curran & Bullitt, 38,450 lbs. coal. . . ,

Wm. F\ Knemoeller, medicines, Aug., Sept., Oct.

Pickering Hardware Co., hardware

Morrison & Snodgrass Co., 14 pieces cypress
lumber

Early & Daniel, 2,650 lbs hay

Henry Burdorf, shoeing.

James Griffith Sons, 6 cedar posts

Geo. Welch, horse-keep, October

F. B. Maertz, ** "

Louis H. Bolce & Co., varnish, turpentine, etc

Rombach & Groene, 10 photos Washington Park

Daniel Ryan, grading



D. Rusconi, 15,000 tulips.



D. Zirngiebel, pansy seeds ,

City & Sub. Tel. Ass'n, oper'g patrol-boxes, Nov

Dec

Early & Daniel, feed, December

G. F. Eaton & Co. , matches

A. Janszen & Co., one box ivory soap

Wellmann & Roettker, harness repairs, etc

H.J. Roberts, blanket and robe

J. Boehringer, shoeing, Sept., Oct., Nov

G. F. Snider, V. S., acc't veterinary services,

November 9

F. B. Maertz, horse-keep, November

Geo. Welch, ** "

Mt. Adams Ice Co., ice, July, Aug., Sept., Oct
John Funke, 25.11 yds. sand

B. P. Critchell, cash sundries



Appropriation $t 1,000.
Park Fund carried forward.



32,839 22



10,971 45



$43,810 67



Digitized by VjOOQ IC



Board of Public Service



985



Park Fund brought forward .



INTEREST AND SINKING FUND.

Trustees of Sinking Fund, six months' interest
December i, 1900, and twelve months' sink
ing fund lo December 1, 1900

Trustees of Sinking Fund, six months' interest
to June I, 1901

Appropriation $1,840.

Total Park Fund



Oct.
9.



WASHINGTON PARK RESTORATION FUND.



Deposit by Cin'ti Fall Festival Association....

Pay acc't laborers Oct. 8 to Dec. 5

J. M. McCulIough Sons, seeds and fertilizer . . .

J. Chas. McCulIough. seeds

Rucker Stone Co., 24.7 cu. yds. crushed stone. .
Cincinnati Fall Festival Association, ref under.



EDEN PARK (lURAY POINT) IMPROVEMENT FUND.

July

24. Subscription of S. & P. Chase, C. F. Lunken-
heimer, King Powder Co., L. P. Hazen,
C. F. Dickson estate



Pay acc't laborers August 16 to October 17.



CONTINGENT FUND.

Ordinance No. 726. (Deficiency Park Fund.)

Sept.

23. City Treasurer, appropriation

Deo.

20. Pay acc't (partial) week December 19, 1901 . . .



SANITARY FUND.



RECEIPTS.



Jan.
I.



Balance

Taxes, first six months . . .
" second six months.

Certified copy fees

Fumigation services

Refunder.



1,340 00
500 00



611 55



$611 5S



$1,000 00



$465 60



1,274 01

21,392 96

20,409 75

301 00

5 00

8 50



43.810 67



1,840 00



$45,650 67



249 78

50 75

16 25

38 81

186 22



$541 81



$1,000 00



$465 60



$43,391 22



Digitized by VjOOQ IC



986



Report of the Clerk



Deo.



SALARIES.



Pay acc't Health Department .
" district physicians.. .

Appropriation $38,706.50.



STATIONERY, HORSB-KEBP, PRINTING, POSTAGE,
TELEPHONE, AND INCIDENTALS.



Jan.
I.

9.
16.



24.
31.



Rupert J. Steer, brought forward from 1900. .
Cin'ti Gas Light and Coke Co., light, December

Werner & Simonson, chemicals, etc ,

]. F. Kutchbauch, medicines, etc

Parke, Davis & Co., 130,080 tablets

Max Wocher & Son, culture tubes, etc

Cincinnati Street Railway 'Co., 200 car tickets
Peter Haerr Horse-keep, December



Feb.



Joseph Huth

Peter Rebold "

Ben F. Burdick Shoeing, Nov., Dec

M. Burgoyne " December

Bode Wagon and Plow Works, buggy repairs. . .
W. H. Stanage & Co., reports, etc., December. .

Pounsford Stationery Co., two gross pens

Woodrow Stationery and Printing Co., i inde^.

Merz & Dinser, 700' reports, November

J. M. Ray, cash for postage in January

City and Suburban Telegraph Ass*n, telephone

rental, Jan., Feb., March ,

Western Union Telegraph Co., clock - rental,

Jan., Feb., March

H. Boesche, Enquirer, Oct., Nov., Dec

Geo. C. Miller Sons Carriage Co., buggy apron

and repairs

KPL Co., tacks

G. G. Wright & Son ,numbering-machine repairs
G. S. Ellis & Son .... Harness and repairs. . . .

C. Gerhardt

Wyckoff, Seamans & Benedict, new typewriter

less old machine

J. M. Ray, cash paid for sundries

Frank Cook, stenographic services (Joseph cases)

A. L. Boehmer, medicines

Pounsford Stationery Co., one gross blotters..
J. H. Hibben Dry Goods Co., two blankets. ..



Cin*ti Gas Light and Coke Co., light, January..

Parke, Davis & Co., 150,000 tablets

Roessler & Hasslacher Chemical Co., 132 lbs.

formaldehyde

Stein- Vogeler Drug Co., 10 lbs. blue

Cin'ti Street Railway Co., 200 car tickets

J. M. Ray, cash for postage, etc

J. H. Hibben Dry Goods Co., two blankets

Merz & Dinser, 700 reports, December



Sanitary Fund carried forward ,



32,278 50
6,298 31



40

53
90 51

13 95
109 01

59 96
10 00
17 00
17 00
17 00
17 00
7 25

5 50
9 00

4 50
I 20
9 00

7 00
10 15

66 00

3 00

4 05

4 50
I 70
3 00

6 50

1 80

62 75

2 47
15 00

75
60

8 50

38
73 40

22 69

I 00

10 00

10 50

833

7 00



38,576 81



$719 88 $38,576 81



Digitized by VjOOQ IC



Board of Public Service



987



Feb.
7.



Sanitary Fund brought forward.



28.



S. Rosenthal & Co., 3,000 envelopes

W. H. Stanage & Co., reports, etc

Bohnett & Co., records

B. F. Burdick Shoeing, January .

M. Burgoyne *' **

Peter Haerr Horse-keep, January

Joseph Huth

Peter Rebold

H. J. Roberts, two blankets and one whip ....

G. S. Ellis & Son Harness repairs . .

J. B. Wolsefer

Parke, Davis & Co., 20,000 tablets

Max Wocher & Son, one gross culture tubes. .
Pounsford Stationery Co., one roster sanitary

police

Bohnett & Co., one book on contagious diseases
W. B. Carpenter Co., one quire rotary paper.
Cin'ti Street Railway Co., 200 car tickets ....
J. M. Ray, cash for sundries



Mar.
I. Peter Haerr Horse-keep, February

Joseph Huth "

Peter Rebold

Ben F. Burdick, shoeing

M. Burgoyne, shoeing

J. M. Ray, cash for postage, etc

Pickering Hardware Co., lo-gallon oil-can

W.J. Quarry, mounting three maps

W. H. Stanage & Co., reports and erasers,

J. C. Hendricks, 2,000 physicians' reports.

Bradley & Sorin Co., ink, etc

Cin'ti Gas Light and Coke Co., light, February
14. A. H. Cox, cash for postasre ....

Williams Directory Co., one business directory

Robt. Clarke Co., 400 report blanks

Albert Bingel, medicines, February

21. S. Rosenthal & Co., 8,000 certificates

W. H. Stanage & Co., lettering 61 books, etc...

Cin' ti Traction Co., 200 car tickets

Chas. Koll, car-fare, March i to 11

John Deck, " "

W. J. Hockett, car-fare, etc., Feb. i to March 18

28. Roessler & Hasslacher Chemical Co., 132 lbs.

formaldehyde

Bradley & Sorin Co., one box carbon

Pounsford Stationery Co., 5,500 certificates

Bohnett & Co., four books, infectious diseases . .

U. S. Mailing Case Co., 1,000 mailing cases ....

J. M. Ray, cash expended for freight

Pounsford Stationery Co., stationery



April
4



Parke, Davis & Co., tablets

Max Wocher & Son, culture tubes, etc

Cin*ti Traction Co., 200 car tickets

Aug. Langfermann, Commercial Tribune, Jan. i
to April I



Sanitary Fund carried forward.



719 88



3 50


25 40


20 00


3 25


7 00


34 00


17 00


17 00


10 75


85


3 95


5 40


6 00


4 25


4 50


I 75


10 00


238


34 00


17 00


17 00


2 00


3 00


15 90


2 10


2 55


14 60


825


4 10


53


10 00


2 00


13 00


I 20


24 90


20 97


10 00


I 85


I 15


I «7


23 35


4 00


19 00


8 25


42 62


I 48


2 70


39 20


13 35


10 00



2 64



$1,270 72



38,576 81



$38,576 81



Digitized by VjOOQ IC



988



Report of the Clerk



April
4.



Sanitary Fund brought forward .



25.



May
2.



16.



23-



29.



W. H. Stanage & Co., weekly reports, etc., March
Western Union Tel. Co., clock - rental, April,

May, June

Cin'ti Gas Light and Coke Co., gas, March ....

M. Burgoyne Shoeing, March . .

B. F. Burdick

Peter Rebold Horse-keep, March

Peter Haerr " "

Joseph Huth ** "

J. F. Kutchbauch, medicine

Bohnett & Co., milk permits

J. M. Ray, cash paid for sundries

H. Boesche. Enquirer, January i to April i ....

B. Kromme, Times-Star, ** **

City and Suburban Tel. Ass'n, telephone-rental,

April, May, June

W. H. Stanage & Co., two reams paper, etc....

Bohnett & Co., 400 milk permits

Cin*ti Traction Co., 200 car tickets

Aug. Bruggemann, medicine, December



City and Suburban Tel. Ass'n, telephone-rental
(Cox), April, May, June

H. Boesche, Enquirer (Cox), January to April.

Commercial-Gazette Job Prtg. Co., 1,000 postals

Werner & Simonson, one gallon alcohol

Geo. C. Miller Sons Carriage Co., one new buggy

M. Burgoyne, shoeing

Ben. F. Burdick, shoeing

Peter Haerr Horse-keep, April

Joseph Huth ** **

Peter Rebold " "

Woodrow Sta. and Prtg. Co., one gross pencils.

W. H. Stanage & Co., 2,400 reports, etc., April

The Bradley & Sorin Co., half gross blotters .

Bohnett & Co., 700 reports ....

J. C, Hendricks, 2,000 burial permits

Cincinnati Traction Co., 200 car tickets

City and Suburban Tel. Ass'n, rent, telephone
extension

Cin'ti Gas Light and Coke Co., gas, April ....

]. C. Hendricks, 5,000 sanitary reports

J. M. Ray, cash for postage, etc

Wm. C. Riess, repairing copper still, etc

Werner & Simonson, shellac, etc

Max Wocher & Son, one pair forceps

John Keeshan, one duster

U. S. Mailing-case Co., error in bill, March 28

G. F. Snider, V. S., veterinary services to May 9

Cincinnati Traction Co., 200 car tickets

W. C. Riess, copper caps for fumigator

Robert Clarke Co., six quarts ink

Globe- Wernicke Co., one file-cabinet with cards.

Parke-Davis Co., 19,670 tablets

Roessler & Hasslacher Chemical Co., 132 lbs.
formaldehyde



Sanitary Fund carried forward.



1,270 72
19 10

3 00
45

6 50

2 00
17 00
34 00
17 00

560

7 25
6 90

4 05
I 54

69 00

3 50
6 00

10 00

3 40



15 00

3 45
10 00

1 40
250 00

4 00

2 00
31 80
17 00
17 00

3 35
15 00

1 25
8 00

2 90
10 00

12 00

23

8 70

10 15

4 50
80

45

3S

90

15 00

10 00
90

3 25
14 98

11 02

23 35



$1,995 74



38,576 81



$381576 81



Digitized by VjOOQ IC



Board of Public Service



989



June

6.

12.



Sanitary Fund brought forward.



II.



July
3-



Cin'ti Gas Light and Coke Co., gas, May

Bohnett & Co. , repairs, May

W. H. Stanage & Co., reports, labels, etc.. May.

Pounsford Stationery Co., death certificates

G. G. Wright & Son, stamps, etc

Parke-Davis Co., 6o,ooo tablets

Cincinnati Traction Co., 200 car tickets

M. Burgoyne Shoeing, May

B. F. Burdick

Peter Rebold Horse-keep, May

Peter Haerr " *

Joseph Huth ** *

Standard Oil Co., one gallon oil and can



Aug.
8.



Cincinnati Traction Co., 400 car tickets

City and Suburban Tel. Ass*n, moving telephone,

(expense)

Williams Directory Co., one Directory

J. M. Ray, cash paid for sundries

Max Wocher & Son, cotton and culture tubes. . .

W. T. Ford, medicines, Oct., Dec, Jan

Pounsford Sta. Co., 1,000 postals and printing..

** ** 1,000 certificates, "Analysis*'

Bohnett & Co., 700 reports

Aug. Langfermann, Com'l Tribune, April I to

July I

Cin'ti Gas and Electric Co., gas, June

Shaw & Stechow, two boxes for ice-chest.

B. Kromme Times-Star, April i to July

H. Boesche Enquirer, ** **

H. J. Roberts, horse-cover and whip

B. F. Burdick Shoeing, June...

M. Burgoyne ** "

Joseph Huth Horse-keep, June.

Peter Haerr " ** .

Peter Rebold " ** .

Bohnett & Co., 700 reports. May

W. H. Stanage & Co., 2,400 reports, June

Robert Clarke Co., three books, milk certificates

S. Rosenthal & Co., report sheets, etc

Western Union Telegraph Co., clock-rental, July,

A ug. , Sept

City and Suburban Tel. Ass'n, telephone-rental,

July, Aug., Sept.

Roessler & Hasslacher Chemical Co., 132 lbs.

formaldehyde

Pounsford Stationery Co., dairy permits



J. M. Ray, cash for 500 postage stamps

Shaw & Stechow, one enameled pan

Herron & Co., one kitchen table

Cincinnati Traction Co., 200 car tickets

B. McGregor, locks and keys

American Printing Co., 5,000 burial permits. . .

Bohnett & Co., 700 reports, June.

Eagle Lithographing Co., 3,000 letter-heads...

Sanitary Fund carried forward



1,995 74

15

16 00
19 70
21 50

2 70

19 20

10 00
2 00
4 00

17 00
17 00
17 00

70

20 00

2 75

9 00

15 65

7 63
I 25

11 00

6 75

8 00



I

I

4

5

2

2

17 00
17 00

17 00

8 00
14 00

5 25
28 00

3 00
66 00

23 10

9 00

10 00

I 15

I 25

10 00

I 75
5 25
8 00

18 00



$2,506 27



38,576 81



$38,576 81



Digitized by VjOOQ IC



990



Report of the Clerk



Aug.
8.



Sanitary Fund brought forward.



29.



Pounsford Stationery Co., stationery

W. H. Stanagre & Co., 2,40c reports, etc., July .
Robert Clarke Co., book. "Milk Examinations
Bode Wagon and Plow Works, buggy repairs. .

Chas. Behlen*8 Sons Co., new buggy

Graf, Morsbach Si Co., one set harness

Ben. F. Burdick, shoeing, July

Peter Haerr Horse- keep, July. .

Joseph Huth

Peter Rebold

Stein- Vogeler Drug Co., 10 lbs. blue

Cin*ti Gas and Electric Co., gas, July

Chas. Behlen*s Sons Co., buggy repairs

H. J. Roberts, two snap reins

G. G. Wright & Sons, rubber stamps, etc

J. M. Ray, clerk, cash sundries, August 9.

Wm. LeSant, repairing formaldehyde generator

Cincinnati Traction Co., 200 car tickets, Aug.



Sept.
5.



Parke-Davis Co., 30,000 tablets, August 7. . .

Bradley & Sorin Co., two gross pens

S. Rosenthal & Co., 700 reports

J. M. Ray, clerk, cash paid for postage, etc.



26.

Got.
10.

17.



Cin'ti Gas and Electric Co., gas, August

G. F. Snider, V. S., veterinary services to Sept. 9

Pounsford Sta. Co., two gross pens

** ** three lbs. rubber bands. ..

Ben F. Burdick, shoeing

M. Burgoyne, shoeing

Peter Rebold Horse-keep, August

Joseph Huth "

Peter Haerr **

Chas. Humphrey, repairing laboratory Babcock
Phil. McCloy, 10 gallons oil



J. M. Ray, clerk, cash paid for postage, etc

Palm Letter Co., lettering private offices

Cin*ti Gas and Electric Co., gas, September . . . .

Joseph Huth, horse-keep

Peter Haerr, horse-keep

Peter Rebold, horse-keep, September

B. F. Burdick, shoeing, October

M. Burgoyne, " **

H. J. Roberts, harness and repairs

C. Gerhardt, •* **

Bradley & Sorin Co., 3 books, ** Inspection," etc.

H. Boesche, Enquirer July i to Oct. i .

B. Kromme, Times-Star "

Aug. Langfermann, Confimercial Tribune, July 1

to Oct. I

L. Kruckemeyer, 100 boxes

Wm. Maag, ser\ ices caring for ambulance

G. Henshaw & Sons, repairing chairs and desk.
Globe- Wernicke Co., 750 cards



Sanitary Fund carried forward $3,227 01



2,506 27

8 85
1$ 00

I 25

5 50

150 00

20 00

4 00
17 00
17 00
17 00

I 00
S3

9 35
50

4 90
90

' 75
10 00
10 00
66 20

1 20
62 00
20 15

38
15 00

2 00
4 SS
2 00
2 00

17 00
17 00
17 00
14 76
80

'5 4S
1 62

23
17 00
17 00
17 00



38,576 81



264
70 00
15 00

4 ^S
I 85



$38,576 SI



Digitized by VjOOQ IC



Board of Public Service



991



Oct.
17.



Sanitary Fund brought forward.



3«.



Nov.

7.
14-



21.



27.



Cincinnati Traction Co., 600 car tickets

Parke- Davis Co., 70,000 tablets

J. F. Kutchbauch, medicines, April, July

Roessler-Haaslacher Co., 132 lbs. formaldehyde.

Lloyd Bros., sulphur, acid, etc

Cin'ti and Suburban Telegraph Ass'n, telephone-
rental, Oct., Nov., Dec

Western Union Telegraph Co., clock - rental,
Oct., Nov., Dec

John O. Rose, agent, insurance, ambulance

Bohnett & Co., 700 reports, July

** police certificates, etc

W. H. Stanage & Co., paper and gold seals

** reports, fasteners, etc. . .

Cincinnati Gas and Electric Co., gas, October. .

Stein- Vogeler Drug Co., 10 lbs. blue

J. C. Hendricks, reports

Henderson Lithographing Co., 3,200 letterheads

W. H. Stanage & Co., reports, etc

L. Kruckemeyer, locks, chains, and boxes. . . .

Max Wocher & Son, culture tubes, etc

G. G. Wright & Son, rubber sumps

Buck Pneumatic Stamp Co., rubber stamps...

Jones & Yount, putting up call-bell

Cincinnati Traction Co., 600 car tickets

Joseph Huth, horse-keep, October

Peter Haerr, ** "

Peter Rebold, " "

M. Burgovne, shoeing, Nov. 4

B. F. Burdick, " October

1. M. Ray, clerk, cash sundries

W. H. Stanage & Co., stapling machine

Commercial-Gazette Job Printing Co., 300 annual

reports, 1900

Henry C. Sherick, one typewriter ribbon

R. W. C. Francis, 10 vaccine points

Max Wocher & Son, culture tubes, etc. ......

G. G. Wright & Son, altering badges, etc

American Telephone and Telegraph Co., message

to Columbus, Ohio

Geo. F. Otte Co., one shade

Post-Glover Electric Co., 2 electric light shades
Pounsford Stationery Co., one gross pencils. . . .

Bohnett & Co., reports and payrolls

Roessler & Hasslacher Chemical Co., 132 lbs

formaldehyde

Cincinnati Traction Co., 600 car tickets



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