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compensation and interest Russell-street ap-
propriation, Case 47,648 Superior Court. ; . .
Feb.

7, Geo. B. Harte, county clerk, costs in Case '47,648
Superior Court


2,217 59
40 42

20 00

15 00
6 00

32 56

75 00

843

85 00


Mar. ^

14. Arthur W. Davis, witness fees, Case 119,607
C. P. C. Ahrens street




Philip Moessine:er, expert services, Case 119,607
C. P. C, Ahrens street




Robert Stuhlmann, expert mason, Case 1 19,607
C. P. C. Ahrens street




Geo.B. Harte, county clerk, costs in Case 119,607
C. P. C, Ahrens street




April

16. Geo. B. Harte, county clerk, judgment for Emil
Ulm, Case 119,607 C. P. C, Ahrens street..

25. Geo. B. Harte, county clerk, costs in Case 120,849,
Kuhlman avenue




Minnie E. Hazard (D. Wulsin, attorney), judg-
ment in Case 129,849, Kuhlman avenue






$2,500 00


$2,500 00


CONSTRUCTION AND REPAIR OF STEPS.
City Treasurer, appropriation




4,50000


Pav acc't twelve months


3,095 13
28 00

144 25
346 49

53 51

86 00

35 10

2 88

50 52

34 13

35 20

78 61
60 50

67 78
«77 33


Jan.
9. James Griffith Sons, 1,400 ft. pine lumber. .....

Feb.

7. H. W. Meier Sons 7,501 ft. pine lumber

James Griffith Sons. . .17,200 •* " etc..
Mar.

14. James Griffith Sons, 2,612 ft. pine lumber and
d ressinfi[




April
2, Enterprise Lumber Co., pine lumber




II. H. W. Meier Sons 1,755 ft. lumber

Enterprise Lumber Co... 128 **

25. H. W. Meier Sons 2,496 "

May

23. W. E. Townley & Co., 2,053 ft. lumber




June

27. James Griffith Sons, 1,760 ft. lumber




July

18. W. E. Townley & Co., 4,492 ft. lumber

2C. KPL Co.. 2? keo^s nails




Aug.

8. W. E. Townley & Co 4,253 ft. lumber

15. " " 9.333 "




Amount carried forward


$4,295 43


$4,500 06





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Amount brought forward

Sept.

18. Enterprise Lumber Co. . . . 2,452 ft. lumber.

H. W. Meier Sons 1,088

}. B. Doppes Sons 640 **

26. Ben. Evans, mill- work

Nov.

21. H. W. Meier Sons, 1,067 ft. lumber

Deo.

5. H. W. Meier Sons, 1,267 it, lumber

J. B. Doppes Sons, 3,600 "



CITY'S PORTION SIDEWALK FUND.



Jan.
24.
Feb.
14.



City Treasurer, appropriation

Pay acc't department, twelve months

Pay acc't repairs, **

Cin'ti Street Railway Co., 500 car tickets



4.295 43

4669

22 85

II 52

4 00

20 27

24 67
72 00



$4,497 43



4,50000



$4,50000



Cincinnati Granitoid Co., city's portion side-
walks. Eighth street and Elberon avenue. .

T. B. Gier & Co., city's portion sidewalks, Liston
and Vernon street :



Mar.

21. Cincinnati Traction Co., 500 car tickets

April

25. Cincinnati Traction Co., 500 car tickets

June

6. Cincinnati Traction Co., 500 car tickets

27. Tohn Murray, city's portion sidewalk. Plum St..
rhos. Evans, city's portion sidewalk, Welbourne

avenue, etc

Thos. Evans, city's portion sidewalk, Lawnway
avenue, etc



Cincinnati Traction Co., 500 car tickets

Thos. Evans, city's portion sidewalk Eastern av.
Chas. Kuntz, one bay horse, six years old



July
25-

29.
Aug.

8. H. W. Meier Sons, 2,312 ft. lumber

Thos. Evans, city's portion sidewalks, Freeman

avenue, etc

22. Thos. Evans, city's portion sidewalks, McMillan

street, etc .

Sept.'

5. Cincinnati Traction Co., 500 car tickets ,

M. T. Flynn, extra work Richmond - street im
provement

iohn Warburg, 8,000 brick
. B. Doppes & Sons, 1,880 ft. lumber



12.

26.

Nov.

21.

Dec.

12.

24.

27.



Cincinnati Traction Co., 500 car tickets.



Cincinnati Traction Co., 500 car tickets

Bode Wagon and Plow Works, buggy repairs
Ferd. Springmeier, city's portion sidewalks,
Walnut street



7,508 03
454 »9

25 00



10 10

5 40
25 00

25 00

25 00
10 84

126 56

135 24

25 00

234 70
140 00

45 57
185 40

127 35
25 00

7 20
80 00
3" 96

25 00

25 00

46 15

151 29

$9,499 98



9,50000



$9.5«)<



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1015



Deo.



REMOVAL OF GARBAGE FUND.
City Treasurer, appropriation 12 months. .



31. Sanitary Extracting Co., 12 months.



CARE OF TYLER DAVIDSON FOUNTAIN.

*
City Treasurer, appropriation 12 months



Deo,

31. Pay acc't 12 months

** fountain cleaners

" repairing sewers, etc

*• trimming trees

May

23. Pickering Hardware Co., screwdriver and vise,

Geo. B. Meyer, wrench

KPL Co., pliers

July

Fred. Maag, cash paid for sundries

Queen-City Sup. Co., hose-couplings, bands, etc.
Ooi
17. Queen-City Supply Co., one dozen rubber rings

Adrian Meerse, three dozen mops

Witt Cornice Co., four patent cans and Hds .



MAINTENANCE OF TOWN HALLS.



CLIFTON.



City Treasurer, appropriation

Pay acc't, 12 months

Cincinnati Gas Light and Coke Co..
Cincinnati Gas and Electric Co. ... .



Jan.

9.
16.
Feb.
28.
Mar.
14.
21.
April



Miss Anna E. Karl, sprinkling.
KPL Co., one window-brush . .



}. Murdock, Jr., two number-plates.



Kineon Coal Co., eight tons coal

W. C. Peale & Bro., two lights glass

Resor Academy and Clifton Literary Institute,
rent, October i to April i, 1901



May

2. Joseph Reich, smokestack and repairing pump.

16. George Horn, papering Clifton dwellings

29. Fred. Grube, carpenter repairs (brick house) . .
June

27. Adrian Meerse, half dozen mops ,

Conrad & Hoehn, plastering repairs



Maintenance of Town Halls carried forward.



$26,583 30



1,460 60

597 00

322 13

55 35

1 72

50
40

55

2 50

25

4 30

16 00



$2,461 30



997 50
481

I 37

45 00

1 50

80

24 00

2 40



1,250 00

10 50

22 75

7 50

I 08
4 00



$2,373 21



$26,583 30



2,500 00



$2,500 00



4,400 00



$4,400 00



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Report of the Clerk



Maintenance of Town HalU brought forward
July

12. Long, Armstrong: & Co., tinting walls, etc

1 8. KPL Co., sweepers, brushes, etc

P. DeRoo, one dozen brooms

Colter & Co., soap and matches

25. M. B. Farrin, one load kindling

Aug.

22. John R. Townley, repairing boiler fire-box

Wm. Hines, poker, etc

Sept.

18. Long, Armstrong & Co., pafnting brick dwelling

Joseph Reich, repairing tin-work

Dorst & Co., repairing, etc., town-hall clock. . . .

Oct.

10. Resor Academy and Clifton Literary Institute,

rent to October i

15. Pay acc*t masonry repairs

Nov.

21. L. A. Strobel & Co., 900 ft. picture moulding, etc

Dec.

5. Hinsch Coal and Coke Co., 60,175 lbs. coal

" " 18,000 •*

Kroger Coal and Coke Co., 10 tons coal

Pay acc't repairs carpenter

A. Kelly, putting in 25 tons coals

Geo. F. Laubly, plumbing repairs

W. C. Peale & Bro., one light glass

KPL Co., one coil spring



17.
24.



WESTWOOD.



City appropriation

Pay acc't 12 months

Jan.
9. Long & Kimball, tinting ceiling and walls. . . .

J. L. Schwartz & Co., 10 tons coal, i load kindling
31. Standard Oil Co., 2 bbls. gasoline, 106 gallons. .
Feb.

21. Standard Oil Co., i bbl. gasoline, 53 gallons. . . .
Mar.
7. P. DeRoo, one dozen brooms

Colter & Co., soap and matches

Geo. H. Dean & Kite Bros., glass globes and

chimneys

21. Standard Oil Co., 513^ gal. gasoline

28. A. Hader, repairing skylights, roof, etc

May

16. Standard Oil Co., 2 bbls. gasoline, io6yi gallons
June

20. Standard Oil Co., 2 bbls. gasoline, 109 gallons
Nov.
7. P. DeRoo, half dozen brooms

Frank Egner, one sweeping brush

Colter & Co., soap and matches

14. A. J. Hader, kindling wood

Standard Oil Co., 2 bbls. gasoline, 1063^ gallons

Maintenance of Town Halls carried forward



2,373 «»

246 75

II 25

2 75

1 20

2 50

II 60

380

69 60
42 00
60 00



1,250 00
II 05

28 32

74 9"

22 41

16 00

2 75

2 50
8 85

3 00
45



$4,244 90



355 00

37 25
34 75
15 37

6 84

2 75
I 40

4 55

7 47
29 75

12 04

15 33

I 38
I 00

1 60

2 75
14 06



$543 29



4,40000



900 00



$5.3a> <»



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Board of Public Service



1017



Maintenance of Town Halls brought forward
Nov.

19. Pay acc't laborers, etc

21. J. L. Schwartze & Bro., 15 tons coal
27. Ruebel Bros., vitrified brick, etc. .

Dec.

5-



12.

24.

27.



H. & S. Pogue Co., nine window-shades

Standard Oil Co., 2 bbls. gasoline, 1031^ gallons

Barron- Boyle Co., one plate glass

J. R. Ware & Co., three loads sand

Wm. Otterstein, plumbing repairs

Standard Oil Co., 2 bbls. gasoline, 103 gallons. .



LINWOOD.



City Treasurer, appropriation.,

Insurance

Pay acc't, 12 months



Jan.

July
3.



George Heatly, roof repairs.



14.

21.
27.
Dec.

12.



Standard Oil Co., 3 bbls. gasoline, 158.59 gallons
3 " «57

P. DeRoo, brooms and brushes

John Keeshan, two dusters

Geo. H. Dean & Kite Bros., 2 doz. lamp chimneys

F; M. Parvin, plumbing repairs

Colter & Co., matches and soap

H. C. Whetstone, 10 tons coal

George Heatley, cleaning and repairing furnace.

Thos. DeArmond, one load kindling

F. Reynolds, carpenter work



John Lipps, 758^ feet cement walk .



Total.



RENTAL LOWER RIVER ROAD EXTENSION



City Treasurer, appropriation

Certification from 1900

Disbursements



Certified to 1902.



ELECTRICIAN'S SALARY.



City Treasurer, appropriation ,

L. H. Weissleder, pay acc't 12 months



543 29

88 50
48 75
24 65



6 00

H 49

2 72

12 00

4 15
II 87



$756 42



180 00
240 00

2 50

17 88
20 22

3 25
50

I 80
I 50

1 40
30 00

6 20

» 75

2 00

91 00



$600 00



$5,601 32



None.



$2,000 00



5,300 00



600 00



$5,900 00



600 00
150 00



$750 00



$2,000 00



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Report of the Clerk



ELBCTRICIAK'S INCIDENTALS.



City Treasurer, appropriation

Western Union Telegraph Co., clock - rental,
Jan., Feb., March..../

City and Suburban Telegraph Ass'n, telephone-
rental, Jan., Feb., March

Smith Premier Typewriter Co., repairing type-
writer



L. H. Weissleder, cash paid for postage.



Jan,
4.

31.
Feb.

Mar.

14. Wm. Magly, expenses Eastern trip accH public

lighting

28. Devere Electric Cow, desk-lamp, etc
April
4. Western Union Telegraph Co., clock - rental,

April, May, June

City and Suburban Telegraph Ass'n, telephone-
rental, March, April, May, June

L. H. Weissleder, cash paid for postage

II. •* subscription to Western Elec-
trician to March i, 1902

L. H. Weissleder, cash paid for car tickets



25.
May

16. L. H. Weissleder, cash paid for car tickets
June

6. Smith Premier Typewriter Co., repairing type-
writer

H. W. Welland, acc*t buggy repairs
July

3. L. H. Weissleder, cash paid for postage stamps.
Western Union Telegraph Co., clock - rental,

July, Aug., Sept

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

G. G. Wright & Son, rubber stamps

Williams ji5irectory Co., one directory

Sept. .

5. L. H. Weissleder, cash paid for postage

L. M. Prince, 18 black prints

F. B. Maertz, horse-keep, August

13. H. Moore, salary draughtsman to Sept. 15

Pickering Hardware Co., one quart glue

Ryan Bros., shoeing

John Shillito Co., 20 yds. sheeting *.

L. H. Weissleder, subscription to Electrical

World to September, 1902,

27. H. Moore, salary draughtsman half month, to

September 30
Oct.
3-



15.
30.



L. H. Weissleder, subscription to Municipal
Engineer to October

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

H. Moore, salary draughtsman, October 15



Electrician's Fund carried forward.



3


00


15


00


I


10


5


00


131
3


80
46



3 00

35 00
5 00

3 00
10 00



60
70 00

5 00

3 00

30 00
60

6 00

5 <^

9 69

17 00

32 50

57

5 00!

3 04

3 00

37 50

2 00

3 00
37 50
37 50



$533 86



60000



$60000



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1019





Electrician's Fund broucrht forward


53386

32

5 00

400

I 00
15 00
40 81


600 00


Oct.
31.

Deo
19.


L. H. W^eissleder. cash sundries




" " paid for postage

' L. H. Weissleder, subscription to Street Rail-
road Journal to August, 1902






L. H. Weissleder, subscription to American
Electrician to November, 1902




20.
?6


L. H. Weissleder, cash paid for postage, etc. . . .
L. M. Prince, black orints. etc






DEAD WIRE INSPECTION.

City Treasurer, appropriation






$599 99


4600 00






$200 00


Deo


Pav acc't insoector. 12 months *. . . .


$200 00




31.




ENGINEER'S FUND.

SALARIES.

Citv Treasurer. aoDrooriation








$24,000 00


Dec
31.


Paj acc't engineer, assistant engineers, clerk,
etc., 12 months


$23,957 16








INCIDENTALS.

Citv Treasurer, appropriation








3,400 00


Jan.
9.


L. M. Prince, 80 blue prints


16 40

7 55
75 00

1 ?5
12 00

2 55
10 70

488

1 70
5 00
264
390
365

2 80

8 00
2 00

12 00

30 00

2 10

19 90

1500

80

16 14


W. T. Cressler,. rubber stamps






Cincinnati Street Railway Co., 1,500 car tickets.
H. J. Roberts, harness repairs






«* three blankets






F Krumdieck, wagon repairs




10.


Herman Pfister, instrument repairs, December. .

Pounsford Stationerv Co., three gross pads

Phil. Rittweger, cash expended for car-fare, etc.
Williams & Co., one Hamilton Co. Directory.. .
A. Langfermann, Com'l Tribune, Oct. i to Jan. i

H. Boesche, engineer " «•

L. M. Prince, 35 yards blue- print paper






J. B. Wolsefer, harness repairs






M. Burgoyne Shoeing, Dec.

Koch & Rodefeld ** **






Western Union Tel. Co., clock-rental, Jan., Feb.,
March






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




16.
24.


KPL Co., hardware

Woodrow Stationery and Prtg. Co., stationery. .
G. F. Snider, V. S., veterinary services to Oct. 9

Pickering Hardware Co., plumb-bob line

Louis Gschwind Sons, horse-shoeing, Oct., Nov.
Dec






Engineer's Fund carried forward






$256 12


$3,400 00







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Report of the Clerk



Jan.
24.



31.



Feb.
7.



14.
21.



Mar.
7.



Engineer's Fund brought forward



Bode Wagon and Plow Works, buggy repairs.
Pounsford Stationery Co., half doz. ribbons..

B. Kromme, Times-Star, July i to Jan. i

Cin'ti Street Railway Co., 500 car tickets

Otto Zeuch, chair repairs

J. B. Wolsefer, harness repairs, Aug., Nov., Dec.
Post-Glover Electric Co., desk-lamp, shades, etc.
Pounsford Sta. Co., three reams typewriter paper
Pickering Hardware Co., six tapes



James Pool, horse-keep, January

M. Burgoyne Shoeing, January

Louis Gschwind Sons ** **

Herman Pfister, instrument repairs, January...

Assur & Co., 5,000 envelopes

£. H. Anthony, cash paid 500 postage stamps..
L. M. Prince, drawing material and blue-prints

Pounsford Stationery Co., one box carbon

Globe- Wernicke Co., one desk

Littleford Bros., one rubbish can



April
3



O. Armleder Co., wagon repairs

KPL Co., one dozen rules ,

Pounsford Stationery Co., one gross pens

L. M. Prince, blue- prints, paper, etc

Mrs. Mary Dosch, repairing draughting table. .

C. Crane & Co., 3,000 stakes

Herman Pfister, repairing tapes

Robert Clarke Co., one dozen blank books

Pickering Hardware Co., two lbs. tacks

KPL Co., two pair shears

Koch & Rodefeld, shoeing

Queen-City Supply Co , half dozen pick-handles

L. M. Prince, one roll tracing-cloth . . . .*

Cincinnati Traction Co., 500 car tickets



18.



City and Suburban Telegraph Ass'n, telephone
rental, April, May, June

Western Union Tel. Co., clock - rental, April,
May, June

H. Boesche, Enquirer Jan. i to April i

Aug. Langfermann,Com'l Tribune, ** "

Herman Pfister, instrument repairs

G. S. Ellis & Son, two blankets

W. H. Stanage & Co., stationery, drawing mate-
rials, etc

Pounsford Stationery Co., six computation books

L. M. Prince, drawing material

E. H. Anthony, cash for postage stamps

W. H. Stanage & Co., two gross pencils

Engelke Saddlery Co., one set harness

Pickering Hardware Co., plumb-bob line

Pounsford Stationery Co., index book

Woodrow Sta. and Prtg. Co., 300 clips

** " one gr. pen-holders

Gibson- Perin Co., carbon, pencil, and bonds. .

Engineer's Fund carried forward



256 12


45 30


3 75


I 45


25 00


75


4 35


II 00


2 40


30 12



3,40000



34 00

5 50

6 00
2 30

10 00
10 00

8035

2 50

36 00

7 25

>5 15

283
9 25

7 90
12 75
30 00

1 35
675

80

2 40
2 80

63

8 40
25 00



30 00

12 00
390
2 64

13 40

5 50

90 70
7 00

35 65
10 00

7 50

"g

I 00
41

5 50

6 90



$955 55



$3,40000



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1021



April
25.



May.
I.

16.
23.



29.
June



8.
II.
18.

25-

27.

July

2.

3.



Engineer's Fund brought forward

Pickering Hardware Co., level-glass and rules .

Dugan & Bode, 1,500 stakes

Cincinnati Traction Co., 500 car tickets

O. Armleder Co., wagon repairs

Devere Electric*Co., electric-bell supplies

Pickering Hardware Co., five hatchets

Com'l-Gazette Job Prtg. Co., 300 specifications

KPL Co. , one axe and stone

Pounsford Stationer/ Co., one doz. mem. books

*' '* ink and pencils

Robert Clarke Co., four dozen rubber erasers. .

Herman Pfister, instrument repairs, April

KPL Co., one dozen rules

F. K. Wood, copy-holder

Stein- Vogeler Drug Co., one lb. sponges

Phil. Rittweger, cash for railroad fare, etc

Stein- Vogeler Drug Co., two lbs. sponges

Cincinnati Traction Co., 500 car tickeU

Citj and Suburban Telegraph Ass'n, telephone-
rental, extension bell to June i, 1902

Pickering Hardware Co., one hatchet

Geo. F. Snider, acc't veterinary services to June 9

Frank Sief ert, cash paid for postage

Pay acc't painters and laborers, cleaning office



A. Langferman, Com'l Tribune, Apr. i to July i

Paj acc't laborers, cleaning offices

Herman Pfister, instrument repairs

L. M. Prince, drawing materials

Wilber H. Murray Mfg. Co., two sets harness.. .
Louis Gschwind Sons, shoeing, Mar., April, May

Williams Directory Co., three directories

KPL Co., 12 surveyor points

** hardware

Geo. A. Thayer Co., cleaning and repairing car-
pets, etc

George Stagge, plastering repairs

C. H. Higgins, six gallons cleaner, etc

A. Janszen & Co., one box ivory soap

'* " one box soapine

W. C. Peale & Bro., brushes, buckets, and paint

•* paint

" paint

Eagle White Lead Co., 300 lbs. white lead

(I (i ^QQ it (t

f ( tt .mpQ tt tt

D. Appleton & Co., cyclopedia

H. Boesche, Enquirer, April i to July i

Pounsford Stationery Co., one staple machine. .
H. J. Roberts, harness repairs

** shoe boil roll

*' hitch rein

Engineer's Fund carried forward



955 55

2 64
22 50
25 00

3 70

2 26

3 38

10 00
I 25

4 00

11 65

1 40
18 30

2 83

3 50
« 75

2 10

3 50
25 00

12 00
68

15 00

10 00

124 60

127 40

88 20

2 64

65 80

"3 50
80 50
48 50
14 80
18 00
10 80
I 21

41 25
17 60

3 72



18 37
18 38
18 37
6 00
3 90
2 25

25

I 85

40



$1,886 64



3,400 00



$3,400 00



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Report of the Clerk



July
3-



Engineer's Fund brought forward.



i8.



Clarence O. Brjant, clipping horse

A. Janszen & Co., one box ivory soap

Desmond & Ryan, ** "

Chas. Cornelius, cash paid for car-fare May 30 to

June 30

L. M. Prince, drawing materials

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

Western Union Telegraph Co., clock-rental, July,
Aug. Sept '

Koch & Rodefeld, shoeing, June 3

Herman Pfister, instrument repairs

M. Burgoyne, shoeing, June

B. Kromme, Times-Star, Jan. 18 to July 12...
Bode Wagon and Plow Works, wagon repairs.



25.



26.

Aug.
I.

8.



Barron-Boyle Co

Bode Wagon and Plow Works, buggy repairs

Robert Clarke Co., two waste baskets

Louis Gschwind Sons, shoeing ^

H. Boesche, Enquirer, April i to June i, acc't
purchasing agent

Williams Directory Co., one Directory, account
purchasing agent '

City and Suburban Tel. Ass'n, telephone-rental,
July, Aug., Sept., acc't purchasing agent.

City and Suburban Tel. Ass'n, telephone cabinet
rental, acc't purchasing agent

M. Burgoyne, shoeing, May

J. B. Wolsefer, harness repairs

Frank J. Siefert, cash paid for postage.

Cin'ti Traction Co., 500 car-fares

A. C. Straehley, cash for postage, account pur-
chasing agent



Ira D. Washburn Co., paint, oil, etc

Bennett & Jeckel, cleaning and repairing shades
M. Burgoyne, shoeing, July



Koch & Rodefeld, shoeing, July

Hauser- Brenner & Fath Co., 991 stakes

it i( t( 220 '*

L. M. Prince, tacks and plumb-bob line

Herman Pfister, instrument repairs, July

1 5. KPL Co., two dozen rules

" spade and pick

Herman Pfister, one dozen tape handles

Com'l-Gazette lob Printing Co., printing

Pickering Hardware Co., brush, etc

22. C. B. Rattermann & Co., window-shades

Bradley & Sorin Co. , ink

29. A. Janszen & Co. , soap

Street Railway Publishing Co., subscription to
May, 1901



Engineer's Fund carried forward ,



1,886 64

2 00
6 61

3 00

3 15
37 13

30 00

12 00
2 00

2 45

II 00

I 25

5 30

5 25
80

16 03
I 25
I 40

6 40



3,40000



I



3 45
6 00

15 00

to 00
" 75

4 75
10 00
25 00

10 00

13 50

22 05

9 00

8 50
2 00

2 00
39 64

9 16

3 30
2655'

5 40

6 00

5 00

55
10 00

4 40

6 65

4 00



$2,309 06



$3,40000



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1023



Aag.
29.
Sept.
5-

12.



18.



Oct.
I.



17.
24.

Not.
14.



Engineer's Fund brought forward

Bode Wagon and Plow Works, wagon repairs .

Cin'ti Traction Co., 500 car tickets

L. M. Prince, one roll tracing-cloth

Geo. D. Baker, cash for postage

Chas. Ripka Co., scales and plumb-bob

Herman Piister, instrument repairs, August...

Louis Gschwind Sons, shoeing, July and August

M. Burgoyne, shoeing, August

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Devere Electric Co., electric supplies

Phil. Rittweger, cash expended'for car-fare, June
22 to Sept. 13

H, Boesche, Enquirer, July i to October 1 . . . .
Aug. Langfermann, Commercial Tribune, July i

to October i

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

Nov., Dec

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

Oct., Nov., Dec

0. Armleder Co., wagon repairs

Herman Piister, instrument repairs, September.

L. M. Prince, draughting materials

KPL Co., hardware

Lowry & Goebel, curtain repairs

roller

H. J. Roberts, ankle-boots

** harness, etc

M. Burgoyne, shoeing, September

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G. F. Snider, V. S., account veterinary services,

October 9

Woodrow Stationery and Printing Co., stationery

D. Appleton & Co., Encyclopaedia, 1900

John Shillito Co., 4 yds. cretonne

KPL Co., emery, etc

1. A. Stewart, 100 mops

Herman Pfister, two parallel rulers

Webb Stationery and Printing Co., stationery..

F. J. Siefert, cash paid for postage

Smith- Premier Typewriter Co., repairing type-
writer

J. H. Leiding, agent, insurance to Oct. 28, 1902.

M. Burgoyne, shoeing, October

Herman Piister, instrument repairs, October. . . .

G. G. Wright & Son, one rubber stamp

L. M. Prince, drawing material

Pounsford Stationery Co., one dozen ink-wells. .
Ferd. Wagner, drawing-paper and tracing-cloth.
KPL Co., clamps, bench, and roller

*' 7}^ lbs. sash-cord

M. Burgoyne, shoeing, October

Engineer's Fund carried forward



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Engineer's Fund brought forward.



Cin'ti Traction Co., 500 car tickets

Bode Wagon and Plow Works, wagon repairs,

September 20

Bode Wagon and Plow Works, wagon repairs,

August 5

KPL Co., two dozen tapes

Bode Wagon and Plow Works, buggy repairs.
Pickering Hardware Co., two dozen rules. . . .
W. H. Stanage & Co., stationery

** ** paper and clips

F. Wagner, two rolls blue-print paper



M. Burgoyne, shoeing, November

L. Wansch, one feed-bag

Herman Piister, instrument repairs

L. M. Prince, blue-print paver, etc

H. J. Roberts, harness, October

W. H. Stanage & Co., stationery, November . .



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