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Bohnett & Co., two index books

KPL Co., two sets casters

Rob't Mitchell Furniture Co., four veneer seats

Cin'ti Traction Co., 500 car tickets

Bode Wagon and Plow Works, wagon repairs,

November

Bode Wagon and Plow Works, wagon repairs,

November

L. M. Prince, draughting materials

KPL Co., hardware

Pounsford Stationery Co., paper

** *• *• 200 mailing tubes .

Phil. Uittweger, cash paid for car -fare, etc.,

October 9 to December 12

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

Ferd. Wagner, blue-print paper, etc

H. J. Roberts, half dozen whips

Pounsford Stationery Co., 6 computation books.

Post Job Rooms, 500 envelopes

Aug. Langfermann, Commercial Tribune, Oct. i

to Dec. 31

Municipal Engineering Co., subscription for 1901

M. Burgoyne, shoeing, November

Western Union Telegraph Co., clock-renul, Jan.,

Feb., March

KPL Co., 25 tapes



8TRBRT SIGN FUND.



City Treasurer, appropriation .
Pay a::c't repairs . . . ,



G. D. Allen, cleaning 636 signs .
A. V. Taylor & Co., eight signs.



2,787 04
25 00

19 45



3,400 00



66 61
380
624

4 00
60

2 80

11 85

1 75
30 50
40 00

80

2 25
25 00

51 20

54 10
98 20

1 35

5 50

6 50

I 30

28 65

5 00

7 00

1 50

2 64
2 00

13 25

12 00
61 80



$3,399 44



9 63

3S 16
56

$53 39



$3,400 00



250 00



$250 00



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Board of Public Service



1025



engineer's horse-keep.



City Treasurer, appropriation

Peter Haerr Horse-keep, etc

F. B. Maertz **

Hayman & Co **

James Gilligan "

James Pool •«

Henry Weitkamp **

J. R. Von Seggern, assignee Henry Weitkamp,

horse-keep, etc

Mundell & Yungbluth Horse-keep, etc

F. M. Zumstein **

Wrassman & Barfknecht. "

M. Burgoyne Shoeing

Koch & Rodefeld "

Louis Gschwind & Sons. "

A. L. Boehmer, medicines



CITY PRINTING AND ADVERTISING.



City Treasurer, appropriation

Commercial Tribune Co Advertising

Cincinnati Times-Star Co "

Cincinnati Volksblatt Co *♦

Cincinnati Freie Presse Co **

Taegliche Abend Presse *•

Engineering Record «*

Engineering News Publishing Co . . *♦

National Press Intelligence Co '*

Commercial Gazette Job Printing Co., printing

dodgers

Commercial-Gazette Job Printing Co., 200 an

nual reporU Electrician's Department

Commercial-Gazette Job Printing Co., 500 an

nual reports Engineer's Department

Commercial-Gazette Job Printing Co., 250 an-
nual reports Board of Public Service

American Bank Note Co., engravings for bonds,



GENERAL ENDOWMENT FUND.



45 S 85
443 56
124 65
146 05
256 20
127 60

19 00

35 75
98 60

51 93

19 00

4 00

6 40

I 00



1,800 00



$1,789 59



Jan.



City Treasurer, balance

Interest on investments

Cincinnati Orchestra Reed Band, 13 concerts.
Bradley & Sorin Co., programmes



Sept.

26. John Goakley, Quartette Memorial Concert

Drapings, etc., ** ** «



1,939 13

1,975 40

759 25

831 89

106 13

34 40

39 00

7 50

8 25
37 87

119 71

306 47
475 00
350 00



$1,800 00



6,990 00



$6,990 00



2,081 00
83 00

25 00
8 90

$2,197 90



$6,990 00



459 71
2,000 00



$2,459 71



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Report of the Clerk



Jan.
April

12



SPECIAL CONDEMNATION FUND.

Act pasted April 21, 1898 (98 O. L. 600).
City Treasurer, balance



Oct.
24.



Martha A. Fisher, compensation Case No. 1 19*783
C. P. C, alley from Crestline to Elberon av

Geo. B. Harte, Co. Clerk, costs Case No. 119*783
C. P. C, alley from Crestline to Elberon av.

Arthur W. Davis, witness fees Case No. 119,783
C. P. C, alley from Crestline to Elberon av

Edwin W. and Jessie Jewell, compensation Case
No. 122,198 C. P. C, Bassett road west of
Elberon avenue

Charles Weidner, County Clerk, costs Case No.
122,198 c. P. C



April
26.
Nov.
6.

May
7.



SPECIAL CONDEMNATION FUND.

Act paated April 21, 1898 (93 O. L. 570).
City Treasurer, proceeds from sale of bonds.



City Treasurer, rebate insurance on condemned
house



16.



June
26.



Wm. J. Mulvihill, expert witness Case No. 119,685

C. P. C, Jones street

Philip Moessinger, expert witness Case No.

119,685 C. P. C, Jones street

John J. Murphy, expert witness Case No. 119,685

C. P. C, Jones street

Geo. W. Durrell, expert witness Case No. 119,685

C. P. C, Jones street

Geo. B. Harte, County Clerk, costs Case No.

1 19,685 C. P. C, Jones street

Julia C. Giles and husband, judgment Case No.

1 19,685 C. P. C, Jones street

John Kirker (Wm. Rendigs, att'y), judgment

Case No. 1 19,685 C. P. C, Jones street

Moses Mosler and wife (V. Abraham, attorney),

judgment Case No. 1 19,685 C. P. C, Jones st.
Church of the Epiphany (W. H. H. Jenney,att*y),

judgment Case No. 119,685 C. P. C, Jones st
Adam Mueller and wife, judgment Case No.

1 19,685 C. P. C, Jones street

American Bank Note Co., engraving and fur-
nishing bonds

Trustees of Sinking Fund, accrued interest



Charles and Emma Meyer, judgment Case No.

120,993 C. P. C, Fairfield avenue

Hannah and Moses M. Marks, judgment Case

No. 120,993 C. P. C, Fairfield avenue ....



Special Condemnation Fund carried forward.



200 00
16 21
15 00

50 00
14 25



1.653 43



$295 46 $1,653 43



52,228 36
5 45



10 00

20 00'
10 00

25 OOj

43 61;
3,000 00

5,575 00

1,240 00

325 00

1,860 00

327 00
119 86

100 00
475 00



$"3,"30 47



$52,233 8'



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Jane
26.



July
3.



Special Condemnation Fund brought forward .

Union Savings Bank and Trust Co. (guardian for
Margaret G. Yost et al.), judgment Case
No. 120,993 C. P. C, Fairfield avenue

Geo. W. Durrell, witness fees Case No. 120,993
C. P. C, Fairfield avenue

Geo. B. Harte, County Clerk, costs Case No.
120,993 C. P. C, Fairfield avenue



B*dof Education (Scott Bonham,att'3r), judgment
Case No. 95,792 C. P. C, Noble court ex-
tension

R. D. Grear, Jr., and Ella Grear (S. Bonham,
att*y), judgment Case No. 95,792 C. P. C,
Noble court extension. ...

Wm. Dornette and wife (S. Bonham, att'y), judg-
ment Case No. 95,792 C.P.C, Noble court ex.

Geo. B. Harte, Co. Clerk, judgment Case No.
95,792 C. P. C, Burn's property, Noble
court extension

25. Geo. B. Harte, Co. Clerk, costs Case No. 95,792

C. P. C, Noble court extension

Chas. J. Hunt, Corp. Counsel, revenue stamp,

Case No. 95,792 C.P.C, Noble court extension

E. J. Beall Witness fees Case 95,792 C. P. C.

J. O. Woodward
Wm. Hugle....
Thos. B. Barr..
Sept.
12. Chas. Weidner, Jr., County Clerk, costs Case

No. 120,511, McBrayer avenue

Arthur W. Davis, witness fees Case No. 120,511

McBrayer avenue

George B. Ehrman, judgment Case No. 120,511,

McBrayer avenue

26. Commercial Tribune Co. . . . August advertising
Cincinnati Times-Star Co. .. **



Oct.

24.

Nov.

6.



Commercial Tribune Co., September advertising

Geo. O. Deckebach, insurance rebate Fairfield
avenue house



SPECIAL CONDEMNATION FUND.
Act passed May 16, 1894 (91 O. L. 751).



Jan.

I.
Feb.

7.



City Treasurer, balance <



Kate Healy, damages for easement Burnet av..
Case No. 1 19,423 C. P. C

Susanne McKinsey, damages for easement Bur-
net avenue. Case No. 119,423 C. P. C

Henry Stewart, damages for easement Burnet
avenue, Case No. 119,423 C. P. C

Julia E. Mecrum, damages for easement Burnet
avenue, Case No. 1 19,423 C. P. C

Special Condemnation Fund carried forward . .



I3»i30 47

8,000 00
25 00
19 30

307 00

3,562 00
2,678 00

5,623 00
160 37

7 50
75 00
75 00
60 00
60 00

II 84

20 00

325 00
27 00

27 75

6 00
5 45



$34,205 68



100 00
50 00

50 00
37 50



$237 50



52,233 81



$52,233 81



1,876 85



$1,876 85



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1028



Report of the Clerk



Feb.
7.



14.



21.



Mar.



Special Condemnation Fund brought forward. . .

Thomas and Amanda Cooper, damages for ease

ment Burnet av., Case No. 119,423 C. P. C. .
Charles Mayer, damages for easement Burnet

avenue, Case No. 1 19,423 C. P. C

Mathias D. Dralte, damages for easement Burnet

avenue, Case No. 1 19,423 C. P. C

Anna L. Frazer, damages for easement Burnet

avenue. Case No. 1 19,423 C. P. C

Ida Weil, damages for easement Burnet avenue.

Case No. 119,423 C. P. C

William Fogartj, damages for easement Burnet

avenue, Case No. 1 19,423 C. P. C

William and Henriette Peete et al., damages for

easement Burnet av.. Case No. 119,423 C.P.C



21.



J. H. Kohmescher (guardian Mamie Menkhan's
estate), damages easement Burnet avenue.
Case No. 119,423 C. P. C

George B. Harte, County Clerk, costs Case No
1 1 9,423 C . P. C



TEN PERCENTUM RETAINED ACCOUNT.
Jan.



City Treasurer, balance.
No disbursements.



237 50

37 50
500 00

25 00
100 00
100 00
500 00
100 00

100 00
85 28



1,876 ^



$1,785 28



MARKET HOUSE FUND.
Act passed April 24. 1896.



Jan.

I. City Treasurer, balance.
No disbursements.



MARKET REPAIR FUND.



Jan.



City Treasurer, balance .
No disbursements.



SPECIAL GUARANTEE FUND.
Jan.

I. City Treasurer, balance

No disbursements.



PAVEMENT FUND.



Jan.

I. City Treasurer, balance

Feb.

21. Robert Allison, President, balance advertising

and superintending Bruce avenue

May

9. Chas. Silverson, refunder acc't Bruce av. deposit



54 13
372 42



$1,876 8$



$23751



$11006



$5025



$10000



4J655



$426 SS] U^ 55



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Board of Public Service



1029



Jan.



SPECIAL STREET FUND.
(WO. L. 687.)



City Treasurer, balance .



Feb.

6. A. Whitenack, president of Delta M. E. Church,
compensation acc't Delta- av. improvement. .
Oct.

21. Charles Weidner, County Clerk, costs Case No.
118,840 C. P. C, acc*t Delta-av. improvement
Dec.
19. Cincinnati Times-Star Co., Nov. advertising. . .



MARKET- HOUSE FUND.
Jane

29. City Treasurer, proceeds from sale of bonds.
July
18.
25.



Aug.
I.



8.

22.

Nov.
27.

Dec.
5-



Trustees of Sinking Fund, accrued interest

American Bank Note Co., engraving and fur-
nishing bonds



Commercial Tribune Co June advertising

Taegliche Abend Presse **

National Press Intelligence Co. **

Cincinnati Times-Star Co May advertising

Commercial Tribune Co **

Cincinnati Times-Star Co July advertising

Cincinnati Volksblatt Co

Cincinnati Volksblatt Co. . .October advertising
Cincinnati Times-Star Co . . ** **

Commercial Tribune Co. . .. ** **

Commercial-Gazette Job Printing Co., 200 blanks
for bidders



Nov.
I.
7.



STREET EXTENSION FUND.

(94 O. L. 566.)

City Treasurer, proceeds from sale of bonds. . . .
Trustees of Sinking Fund, accrued interest. . . .
American Bank Note Co., engraving and furnish-
ing bonds

Commercial Tribune Co. .Advertising proposals
Cin*ti Times-Star Co **



GYMNASIUM PILE-DRIVING FUND.

City Treasurer, deposit by Cincinnati Gymna-
sium Athletic Club



July

17. C. H. Glendorf, acc't work done foot of Watson st.

( ■



300 00
6 00



$344 29



134 25
327 00

13 50
13 00

8 62

25 50
27 00
13 00
13 00

9 75
23 "3
22 75



5 00



$635 50



104 00

318 90
27 00
26 25



$476 15



$500 00



3.536 31



$3,536 31



51,784 25



$51,784 25



35.643 00



$35,643 00



$500 00



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1030



Report of the Clerk



CONTINGENT FUND.

ORDINANCE 6l8 — PILING, ETC., ALONG RIVBR
FRONT AT WATSON STRBBT.
Feb.

II. City Treasurer. aDDroDriation




600 00


Sept.

26. Cincinnati Times-Star Co. . . August advertising

Commercial Tribune Co " "

Pav ace' t insDection ,


7 00

8 00
66 50








Certified to 1902, acc't C. H. Glendorf ..$471 40
CONTINGENT FUND.

ORDINANCE 63O — INTEREST ON BLAIR-AV. DAMAGES.

Mar.

21. Citv Treasurer. aoDrooriation


$81 50


$60000




31 20


April

15. Tames O. Gibson Interest on $196 judgment

Robert Carlisle " 220

Thomas Gibson ** 204 "

Samuel Tappin ** 600 "


5 00

5 70

5 25

15 25


CONTINGENT FUND.

ORDINANCE 64I — TO REPLACE ENGINEER'S BUGGIES

DESTROYED BY FIRE.
Aprtl

22. City Treasurer, appropriation


$31 20


$31 20




45000


May

9. Chas. Behlen's Sons Co., i steel-tired buggy. . .
" •• I rubber-tired buggy.


150 00
275 00


PONTTVOFNT FlINH


$425 00


$45000


ORDINANCE 66$ — RELIEF OP FLOOD SUFFERERS.

June
3. City Treasurer, appropriation




$9416


12. Consolidated Boat Store Co., relief furnished
from April 26 to 29, 1901


$94 16








INDIGENT BLIND RELIEF FUND.
Jan.
I. City Treasurer, balance




947 57
3.398 «

3.241 S2
112 50


Aprtl
0. City Treasurer, from taxes first half 1900




Oct.
7. City Treasurer, from taxes second half 1900 ....




Nov.
4. City Treasurer, refunder October payroll










Indigent Blind Relief Fund carried forward


$7,699 «9







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Indigent Blind Relief Fund brought forward

April

lo. Payrolls of blind, first half certified in 1900

** " part of am't certified in 1901 . .

Got.
15. Payrolls of blind, second half certified in 1900. .

** ** partofam't " 1901..



BRIDGE REPAIR AND RECONSTRUCTION
FUND.



July



Act passed April 19. 1898 (93 O. L. 555).



I. City Treasurer, proceeds from sale of bonds

18. Trustees of Sinking Fund, accrued interest

25. American Bank Note Co., engraving and fur-
nishing bonds

Aug.
I. National Press Intelligence Co.. Tune advertising

8. Cincinnati Times-Star Co May advertising

Commercial Tribune Co **

Sept.

21. Thomas Maloney, first estimate account Eighth-
street viaduct substructure

Nov.

I. Thomas Maloney, second estimate acc't Eighth-
street viaduct substructure

Deo.
5. H. J. Stanley, expenses of inspection trip to

Chicago, 111

Pay acc*t inspection



Certified to I902,acc't Thos. Maloney. .$3,362.68



STATE -AVENUE REPAIR FUND.
Jan.
I. City Treasurer, balance



McLEAN- AVENUE REPAIR FUND.
Jan.
I. City Treasurer, balance



LINN -STREET REPAIR FUND.
Jan.
I. City Treasurer, balance



SEWER ASSESSMENT FUND.



Jan.
I.

Dec.
3«-



City Treasurer, balance

** bonds and assessm't collections.

Contractors' 90 per cent sewer improvements.. .
Trustees of Sinking Fund, retained percentage

on sewer improvements

Robert Allison, President, amount due city for

advertising, superintending, and pipe-laying



3,057 50
722 50

2,782 50
685 00



$7,247 50



436 50

327 00

8 63
27 00
27 00



1,206 15
963 67



44 00
493 50



$3,533 45



20,387 08
2,946 I
2,519 88
$25,853 07



7,699 89



$7,699 89



51,881 50



$51,881 50



$1 24



$1 79



$11 99



05

25,853 08



$25,853 13



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1032



Report of the Clerk



Jan.

I.

Deo.

Oct.
I.



Deo.
3>-



STREET ASSESSMENT FUND.



City Treasurer, balance

City Treasurer, bonds and assessm't collections.



Ella and Stephen Yungbluth and Tusculum
Loan and Building Co., damages Case No.
119,410 C. P. C, Mead avenue

Chas. Weidner, County Clerk, costs Case No.
1 19,410 C. P. C



Robert Allison, President, amounts due city for

advertising and superintending

Contractors' 90 per cent of street improvements

Trustees of Sinking Fund, 10 per cent of street

improvements



PILE -DRIVING AND RETAINING - WALL
FUND.
Jan.

I. City Treasurer, certification 1900

21. C. H. Glendorf, piling Baltimore avenue

Pay acc't inspection



Jan.

I.

May

7-

Jan.

4-

Mar.
21.

May
7.



AVENUE PAVEMENT FUND.

City Treasurer, balance

City Treasurer, proceeds from sale of bonds . . . .

Barber Asphalt Pav. Co., third estimate Spring-
Grove av. No. 3



16.

21.

23.
29.

June
6.



George B. Harte, County Clerk, balance costs
No. 1 18,789 C. P. C

Barber Asphalt Pav. Co., fourth estimate Spring-
Grove av. No. 3

Henry Wellmann, first acc*t Spring -Grove av.
bridge

Trustees of Sinking Fund, accrued interest on
bonds

Henry Wellmann, second estimate Spring-Grove
avenue bridge

T. M. Sprague, premium on supersedeas bond. . .

Daniel Dreyfus, admin, and trustee, easement
Spring-Grove av



Barber Asphalt Paving Co., fifth estimate Spring-
Grove av. No. 3

John Watson, easement Spring -Grove av., bet.
Hopple and Colerain av*



Avenue Pavement Fund carried forward .



3»094 35
178,320 81



250 00
12 14

10,289 03
152,073 77

16,950 34



I



179.575 28



255 71
36 75



181,415 16



330 00



$292 46



$330 00



«.575 08
157.508 22



1,500 08'
4 00

4,086 69

577 50
2,258 22

631 17
6 00

532 31

1,468 12
73 91



$11,138 001 159,083 30



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bet.



Avenue Pavement Fund brought forward . ,
June
12. Henry Watson, easement Spring-Grove av

Hopple and Colerain av

Martin Heinrich, easement Spring- Grove av.,

bet. Hopple and Colerain av

Jane Long heirs, easement Spring-Grove av., bet.

Hopple and Colerain av

Chas. J. Stanley, easement Spring-Grove av., bet.

Hopple and Colerain av

Ethan B. Stanley, easement Spring -Grove av.,

bet. Hopple and Colerain av

Thos. J. Weller, Jr., easement Spring-Grove av.,

bet. Hopple and Colerain av

John or Susan Crawford, easement Spring-Grove

av., bet. Hopple and Colerain av. .
B. & O. S-W. Ry. Co., easement Spring-Grove

av., bet Hopple and Colerain av

Geo. B. Harie, County Clerk, costs Case No. 3401

C. C, Fenner v. City Bond Injunction

Robert Clarke Co., briefs, Fenner v. City Bond

Injunction



18.



L. M. Prince, blue-prints, etc

Barber Asphalt Pav. Co., sixth estimate Spring-
Grove av. No. 3

Jane Long heirs, easement Spring-Grove av



July

15.

25.

Aug.

I.

12.

<5-
17.

22.
31-

Oct.

12. Henry Wellmann, fifth estimate Spring- Grove
avenue bridge

15. Barber Asphalt Pav. Co., eighth estimate Spring-
Grove avenue No. 3

30. Henry Wellmann, sixth estimate Spring-Grove
avenue bridge

Nov.

21. CM. Bates, 209 loads dirt, approach to Spring-
Grove avenue

Pay acc*t laborers, approach to Spring- Grove av



Cincinnati Freie Presse Co June advertising

Commercial Tribune Co **

Barber Asphalt Paving. Co., seventh estimate

Spring-Grove av. No. 3

S. W. Smith, Jr., trustee easement Spring-Grove

avenue No. 3

Henry Wellmann, third estimate Spring-Grove

avenue bridge

Commercial Tribune Co., July advertising

Henry Wellmann, fourth estimate Spring-Grove

avenue bridge



Dec.
II.



3«-



Barber Asphalt Pav. Co., ninth estimate Spring-
Grove avenue No. 3

Barber Asphalt Paving Co., 39 Palmer traps,
Spring-Grove avenue No. 3

Inspection



11,138 00

64 13
20 12
40 54
35 21
37 81
89 74
82 40
541 18
470 II
49 00
14 80

18,931 20
20 26

39 00
39 00

22,399 20

69 43

2,000 00
118 00

2,200 00

2,000 00

17,855 33
1,800 00



10 45
203 20



998 14

195 00
2,783 25

$84,244 50



159,083 30



159,083 30



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Report of the Clerk



STREET RAILROAD PERCENTAGE FUND.

Jan.
I.



City Treasurer, balance

Cincinnati, Newport and Covington Street Rail-
road, acc't fourth quarter 1900

Cincinnati Street Railwaj Co., balance fourth
quarter 1906

Cincinnati, Newport and Covington Street Rail-
road, three quarters of 1901

Cincinnati Traction Co., three quarters of 1901.
** ** ace' t 4th quarter 1 901.

Street-cleaning purposes

Street-repairing purposes



RIVERSIDE WATERWORKS EXTENSION.
Jan.
I. City Treasurer, balance



WATERWORKS FUND.



Jan.



City Treasurer, balance .

** receipts .

Disbursements



68,407 98



192,193 00



841,085 12



841,085 12



172 4*

953 34

27,182 12

2,94« 74
123.11S S5
40,000 00



$194,365 47



$2,528 76



169,770 03
832,218 37



1,001.988 40



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CITY INFIRMARY.



8,195 44



City Treasurer, taxes

City Treasurer, rent of poor farm, sale of bones,

rags, etc

City Treasurer, amount certified to 1901.^

Provisions (1)

Farm (2)

Furnishing ( 3 )

Improyement ( 4 )

Medicine (5)

Wages (6)

Fuel (7)

Clothing (8)

WhlsJcy (9)

Office exp. charged to O.D. P. aco't.(lO)
Office salaries " "• " (11)

Miscellaneous (12)

Conveyance (18)

Repairs (14)

Soap (15)

Tobacco (16)

Insurance (17)

Total (1 to 17 inclusiye)



257 60
1.640 00



OUTDOOR POOR.

ProTisions (18)..

Fuel (19)..

Coffins and interments (20)..

Wages (21)..

Miscellaneous (22) . .

Total (18 to 22, inclusiye)

Total expended

Amount turned over to Police Fund.

Amount certified to 1902



Total Infirmary.



84.667 40



8.063 40



30,782 83
3,879 78
2,742 35



1,233 22
17,254 43
8,712 97
3,084 91
1,011 22



714 20
817 60
666 89
1,762 16
1.886 80
525 00



$92,730 80$74,574 36



115,737 02

227 55
6,635 96



122,650 53



80,782 83

3,879 78

2,742 35

8.195 44

1,233 22

17,254 43

8,712 97

8,064 91

1.011 22

257 60

1.640 00

714 20

817 60

666 89

1,762 16

1,886 80

525 00



2,066 14
2.406 35

408 75
2,917 00

265 16



92,730 80

26,430 31

3,489 42



122,650 53



Average
No. of
Inmates



835



Amount
Expended
Charged to
Infirmary



* $74,574 36



Per Capita

Per
Annum



♦89 31



Per Capita
Dally



24.47 cts



Amount

Expended

Charged to

Outdoor Poor



t $9,961 00



Total

Amount

Expended

for Year



$92,730 80



Improve-
ment Acc't
Infirmary



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