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Infirmary Department



1099



PRODUCTS OF FARM.

Bluegrass, tons 17

Butter, pounds 2,660

Cream, gallons 1,771

Clover hay, tons 7

Corn fodder, tons 20

Eggs, dozen I1O69

Lard, pounds * i)5oo

Milk, gallons . .* 24,526

Pork, pounds i »700

Potatoes, bushels 500

Timothy hay, tons 22



SHOES, SLIPPERS, MOPS, ETC., MADE BY INMATES.

Brooms 468

Cloth shoes ^ pair i

Cloth slippers pair i

Garments repaired 2,760

Leather slippers pairs 2

Leather shoes pairs 23

Mops 480

Shoes repaired 646

Slippers repaired 45



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ENGINEER DEPARTMENT



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Report of the Chief Engineer.



Engineer Department, Board of Public Service,
Cincinnati, O., January i, 1902.



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Honorable Board of Public Service : .

Gentlemen, — I have the honor to present the depart-
ment report for the year ending December 31, 1901, being
the Forty -fifth Annual Report of the Civil Engineering
Department of the City of Cincinnati.

The organization of the force is indicated by the follow-
ing register, viz. :

H. J. Stanley Chief Engineer.

E. H. Anthony Clerk of Department.

E. Macarthy Stenographer.

C. F. W. Tatgenhorst Telephone Clerk.

DIVISION OF HIGHWAYS.

George D. Baker Assistant Engineer.

Walter E. Sullivan

Charles E. Rasinsky

Edward G. Runck

Richard Bowman " "

T w A™cf,.^ncr ) Chief Notice Clerk

T. B. Armstrong | ^^^ ^^^^^^ Examiner.

E. Starbuck Smith Record Examiner.

Philip Rittweger Notice Clerk.

C. Henson **



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1104 Annual Report



W. W. Ringo General Clerk.

John Emigholz Draughtsman.

Abe Trost .General Inspector.

George Steinert Rodman.

Joseph R. Ash **

George C. Garretson **

Harrj J. Fagin

George J. Rohde "

Frank J. Zumstein "

John Marklein **

William Murray

Charles Cocklin "

Reno Runck **

Karl Finke

Fred. Weisenecker "

DIVISION OF BRIDGES.

Frank E. Morris Assistant Engineer.

William Thomas . . Foreman.

DIVISION OP SEWERS.

J. P. Thompson Assistant Engineer.

Frank C. Walker

Chas. Cornelius ** **

Charles Handman Foreman.

J. C. Miller Clerk.

Charles A. Reid

F. J. Siefert Draughtsman.

John B. Nugent "

Eugene Schellinger **

A. £. Moore Assistant Draughtsman

William Lewis Rodman.

Patrick McHugh

Joseph Widman **

Harry J. Kline..:

John Bradley, Jr "

Thos. Newman **

Edward Kenney "

David Humphrey Tap Inspector.

Peter Whitlow "



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DIVISION OF SIDEWALKS.

Henrj Autenrieb Assistant Engineer.

M. Holcroft Clerk.

R. L. Miller Assistant Clerk.

George D. Harper Record Examiner.

John Siegler Sidewalk Inspector.

William Lachtrop Rodman.

David J. Jones Notice Clerk.

F. H. Beneker

Fred. Mienze \ ^?*^^^ ^^^^^ *"^ Assistant

( inspector.



DIVISION OF STREET REPAIR.

Michael Davis Foreman Granite Paving.

Joseph G. Geiges Foreman Brick Paving.

The attached reports of the several Divisions — ^ to-wit :
Highways, Sewers, Bridges, Sidewalks, and Record and No-
tice — show the amount and character of the business of the
department during the past year.

Permit me to thank your honorable Board, personally and
in behalf of the department, for the consideration extended
at all times, and to commend the efficient services rendered
by the members of your Engineer Corps.
Very respectfully,

H. J. STANLEY,

CAte/ Engineer.



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1106 Annual Report



Division of Highways.

Cincinnati, O., January i, 1902.

Mr. H. J. Stanley, Chief Engineer Board of Public Service:
Dear Sir, — I have the honor to submit herewith the
report of the Highway Division, showing the operations
of the department in connection with street improvements
and street lighting during the year 1901, together with such
other information as usually accompanies the annual report
of this division of the department.

Very respectfully,

E. H. ANTHONY,

Department Clerk,



OBDINAKOBS TO B8TABLI8H QBADBS.

Ord. No.

603. Altenheim avenue, from Elland street to Eden avenue.

604. Parkson place, from Warsaw avenue north 554.73 feet.

628. Cinnamon street, from the northerly curb of Beechwood avenae
475.66 feet north.

651. Wold avenue, from Fairfax avenue to Hewitt avenue.

652. Marquis street, from Colerain avenue to Spring-Grove avenue.

673. Fairfax avenue, from Cinnamon street west to end of present

improvement

674. Jones street, from May street to Stanton avenue.

685. Rover alley, from the west curb of Dalton avenue to its western

terminus.
697. Linden avenue, from Spring-Grove avenue to the south rail of Cin

cinnati, Hamilton & Dayton Railroad.
702. Seegar avenue, from Baltimore avenue to Pulte street.
709. Fairfield avenue, from a point 328.82 feet north of the north curb

line of Dexter avenue to the south curb line of Fairfax avenue.
733. Middleton avenue, from McAlpin avenpe (o Lafayette avenue.



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OBDIKAKOBS TO OHANQB QBADBS.

Ord. No.

606. Columbia avenue, from Delta avenue to the west curb of McDowell

street, and from the west curb of Taylor avenue to Tusculum
avenue.

607. Hoge street, from Columbia avenue to a point 100 feet north of

Columbia avenue.
613. Forest avenue, from Eden avenue to Carthage pike.

622. Westwood avenue, from a point 376 feet west of the east curb line

of Shadwell street to a point 224 feet east of the east curb of
Shadwell street.

623. Shadwell street, from the south curb of Queen-City avenue to a

point 30 feet south of Westwood avenue.
649. Stathem avenue, from center line of Poplar court to the south curb

of Harrison avenue.
682. Enright avenue, from Warsaw avenue south 900 feet.

755. Huron avenue, from a point 832 feet east of Fairfield avenue to the

west curb of Bonaparte avenue.

OBDINAKOB8 TO IKFBOVB.

MACADAMIZED STREETS.

619. Hosea avenue, from Brookline avenue to Alexander street*

632. Paddock road, from Reading road to corporation line.

669. Grand avenue, from Warsaw avenue to Glenway avenue.

684. Bow street, from Delta avenue to Halpin avenue.

732. Forest avenue, from Carthage pike to Eden avenue.

745. Eden avenue, from Charlton street to Oak street.

749. Altenheim avenue, from west line of Lot 4, William Burnet's sub-
division, to Eden avenue.

761. Wold avenue, from Fairfax avenue to Hewitt avenue.

BRICK STREETS.

635. McCuUough street, from Eastern avenue to Dumont street.

643. Gilbert avenue, from Hewitt avenue to north corporation line at

Blair avenue.

671. Sedam street, from Sedam's north line to 400 feet north.

692. Fenton avenue, from Harrison avenue to Wolflf street.^

756. Campbell street, from Green street to Elder street.
767. Piedmont avenue, from Burnet avenue to Eden avenue.

ASPHALT STKEETS.

A- 1635. Harrison avenue, from west line of Section 32, Millcreek Town^
ship, to the northwest line of the Fischer tract.

BOWLDER STREETS.

658. Stites avenue, from Columbia avenue to Eastern avenue.



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BRICK ALLEYS.
Ord. No.
631. O'Brien alley, from Cutter street to Kossuth street.

639. Laurel alley, from Eighth street to Kenyon avenue.

640. Pennock alley, from Cutter street to Bay miller street.
662. Noble alley, from Fourth street to Avery alley.

670. Wingate alley, from Cutter street to Kenyon avenue.

672. Jordan alley, from Gest street to Clark street.

677. Avery alley, from Baymiller street to Stone street

681. Stephenson alley, from Baymiller street to Freeman avenue.

691. Pugh alley, from John street to Smith court.

701. Webb alley, from Baymiller street to Stone street.

704. Rider alley, from Poplar street to Wade street.

708. Webb alley, from Park street to Smith street.

764. Deming alley, from Harriet street to western terminus.

765. Rover alley, from a point 228.30 feet east of Dalton avenue to its

western terminus.

GRANITE ALLEYS.

625. Pugh alley, from Central avenue to John street.

ALLEYS WITH BOWLDERS.

657. Eggleston alley, from Morgan street to Florence avenue.
MISOBLLANEOXXS 0BDIKAK0B8.

ACCEPTING DEDICATION BY DEEDS FOR STREET PURPOSES.

638. Liston avenue, by C. C. C. & St. L. Ry. Co.

644. Land, by Larz Anderson, trustee.

659. Burnet avenue, by William J. McCormick.

660. Land, by Charles Schneider.

719. Land, by William Henry Elder, trustee.

722. Wunder avenue, by Lydia W under.

723. Fischer place, by Emma M. Fischer.

724. Fischer place, by Caroline Fischer Krieger.

TO ACCEPT AND CONFIRM DEDICATION OF LAND FOR SIDEWALKS.

683. Land, by Edwin F. McBirney.

748. Land, by Joseph C. Butler, Benjamin B. Whitenian, and Henrietti
L. Whiteman.

TO APPROPRIATE AND APPROPRIATING PROPERTY TO OPEN, WIDEN, OR

EXTEND STREETS.

617. Kuhlman avenue, south of Glen way avenue.
680. Bassett road, west of Elberon avenue.

731. Fergus street, from Spring-Grove avenue to C. H. & D. Ry. Co.'s
north line.



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ORDINANCES TO VACATE.
Ord. No.

605. Unnamed street or alley, 25 feet in width, from Columbia avenue

to its northern terminus.
629. Liston avenue, from Southside avenue to bridge.
634. Westwood, Elmont, Woodbine, and Cheviot avenues, and part of

Hildreth avenue of Glenmore subdivision.
650. Pleasant street, north side Henry street to south side McMicken

avenue.
655. Unnamed alley, west of Euclid avenue.

705. An alley in Avery subdivision and a portion of Avery street.
743. Jackson avenue or street, between Alfred street and Draper street.

FIXING WIDTH OF SIDEWALKS.

737* Highland avenue, from Milton street to Dorchester avenue.

FIXING WIDTH OF ROADWAYS.

737- Highland avenue, from Milton street to Dorchester avenue.
738. Middleton avenue, from McAlpin avenue to Lafayette avenue.

TO NAME STREETS AND ALLEYS.

711. Malin Street.

713. Trost street.

714. Holcroft street.
645. En^el alley.

CHANGING NAME OF STREETS AND ALLEYS.

601. Chestnut-tree street, from Carson avenue west to the corporation

line, to Mayfield avenue.
620. Mt. Harrison road, to Tomlinson avenue.

653. Zeltner street, Dallas street, Falke street, and Glendora avenue, to

Zeltner street.
710. Bank alley, to Bank place.
758. York alley, to Naeher street.

GRANTING SIDETRACKS AND SWITCHES TO STEAM RAILROAD COMPANIES.

616. P. C. C. & St. L. Railway tracks : W. F. Robertson Steel and Iron

Company, Elm street and Front street.
694. Cincinnati & Westwood Railway tracks: Lunkenheimer Company,

Tremont street, between Lawnway and Beekman streets.

TO LAY GAS LAMP SERVICE AND CONNECTIONS.

654. Cincinnati Gas Light and Coke Company, Eastern avenue, from

end of granite improvement, or old corporation line, to the north
line of Archer street.



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TO CONSTRUCT SCALES.
Ord. No.

620. Barney Bunke, 161 4 Westwood avenue.

693. J. A. Faj & Egan Co., John street, near Front street.
725. Nicholas Wolff, Beechmont avenue.

AUTHORIZING STEAM RAILROAD COMPANIES TO USE, OCCUPY, AND CROSS
CERTAIN STREETS AND ALLEYS.

636. Cincinnati Northwestern Railroad Company, tracks Linden street
and Spring-Grove avenue.

TO ANNEX TERRITORY.

621. Territory to Thirty-first Ward.
741. Territory to City of Cincinnati.

TO REPEAL ORDINANCE TO IMPROVE STREETS.

676. Piedmont street (Ordinance 117), from Burnet avenue to Eden
avenue.

REPEALING ORDINANCE CHANGING NAME OP STREETS,

675. Ordinance 653 — Zeltner street, Dallas street, Falke street, and
Glendora avenue, to Zeltner street.

TO REPEAL BLOCKED SQUARES.

646. Square bounded by Parson,' East Front, Pearl, and Martin streets.
663. Square bounded by Flint, Kenner, and Denman streets and Dalton

avenue.
686. Repealing Ordinance 663.

TO CONSTRUCT CISTERN.

739. John Shillito Company, Jackson street, between Twelfth and Canal
streets.

SUPERINTENDENT OF TRACK ELEVATION AND SUBWAYS.

648. Establishing the office of Superintendent of Track Elevation and
Subways.

TO OPERATE CARS BY ELECTRICITY.

667. Cincinnati & Northern Railway Company.

TO BLOCK SQUARES.

712. Bounded by Hamilton avenue from Chase avenue to PuUan avenue,

PuUan avenue to Brookside avenue, Brookside avenue to Chaic

avenue, Chase avenue to Hamilton avenue.
730. Bounded by Chase avenue, Turrill street, Pullan avenue, and

Hamilton avenue.
746. Bounded by Ferry street. Eastern avenue, Lewis street, and Ohio

River.



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ABBA OF CITY.

Present area of city 35.4 square miles.

ABBA OF FABKS.

Hopkins Park

Garfield Place

Washington Park

Lincoln Park

Markley Farm 148.81 "

Burnet Woods 163.50 "

Eden Park 209.25 "

Total area S39-o6 "

LBNaXH OB AVBNUBS, STBBBTS, &o.

Number of miles of graveled roads 4.00

Number of miles of macadamized roads 25 . 70

Number of miles of limestone avenues, streets, and alleys 8.00

Number of miles of asphalt avenues, streets, and alleys 26.00

Number of miles of brick avenues, streets, and alleys 42.00

Number of miles of granite avenues, streets, and alleys 47 -30

Number of miles of bowldered avenues, streets, and alleys 67.00

Number of miles of macadamized avenues, streets, and alleys 163.00

Total number of miles of improved avenues, streets, and alleys. . . . 383.00
Total number of miles of unimproved avenues, streets, and alleys. . 240.00

Total number of miles of avenues, streets, and alleys 623.00



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TABLE Ko. 14 — Beoapitalation.

Work completed, Table No. i 3i»466 19

No. 2 16,77044

No. 3 45»097 81

4 72,58565

5 240,974 31

6 29,082 56

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437,532 26



Work projected. Table No. 8 93,57^ 87

** ** ** No. 9 121,42467

" ** ** No. 10 140,753 65

" " " No. II 113,26925

" ** ** No. 12 2,13430

** ** " No. 13 200,16441

671,318 15

Less work rescinded 200,164 41



470,543 95
Grand total $908,076 21

STBBET LiaHTINa — aAS.

From January i, 1901, to December 31, 1901, 40,969
lineal feet of street mains have been laid, making a total
of 2,024,717 lineal feet, or 383.47 miles, of gas mains now
in operation.

The cost to the city from January i, 1901, to Decem-
ber 31, 1901, inclusive, for gas supplied to public lamps,
lighting, extinguishing, repairing, cleaning, erecting, and
re-erecting public lamps, has been as follows, to-wit :

January 4,298 15

February 4,046 75

March 3.910 98

April 3,562 47

May 3,639 50

June 3,210 33

July 2,853 72

August 3,145 55

September 3,9i8 01

October 3,986 93

November 3,697 63

December 4»34i 43

Total for year $44,6i i 45

Number of lamps burning December 31, 1901, single, 2,093; double, 175;
total, 2,268. Average cost of each lamp, $19.71 ; average price of gas per
thousand cubic feet, 79 cents.



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KUMBBB AND LOCATION OF QAS LAKPS BBBOTEB AJTD BELTT

I From January 1, 1001, to December 81, 1901.

! LAmpt.

January McMillan street, bet. Cleinview and Forest avs. ... i relit.

Living^ston street, opposite Pink alley i erected.

Pink alley 4 "

Peck and Gold alleys i

February . . .Conroy street, bet. Ravine and Eichelman alley ... 2 "

Eichelman alley, south of Conroy street 2 "

Males alley, between David and Everett streets 2 **

Gest street and Carr street i relit

Gest and Harriet streets i *'

March Flint street, between Dalton and McLean avenues. . 4 erected.

Wade street, between Dalton and McLean avenues. 3 "

Wade street, between Dalton and McLean avenues, i relit

Andrews alley, corner of Haven street I erected.

April Quince alley, between Waverley and Knox streets. 3 relit.

Snyder alley, between Liberty and Oliver streets. . i erected.

Piatt alley, between Race and Elm streets 3 "

Harrison avenue 3 relit

Bogan alley, between Garden and Brighton alleys. 6 erected.

Brighton, opposite alley I "

August Kress alley and Conroy street i "

LeRoy alley, between Elm and Plum streets 3 "

Cleveland avenue and Reading road 4 "



Total 49

HOURS BURNING.

Hours. Min.

January 400 25

February 335 30

March 340 10

April 285 40

May i 253 20

June 217

July 240 55

August 283 20

September 307 45

October 358 50

November 379 45

December 4^6 30

Total for year 3,819 10



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The cost of I, OCX) cubic feet of gas during the year for
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March

April

May.

June

July „..

August.....
September.

October ,

November^
December..



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$1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00



Pittsburg



$1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00



Balti-
more.



$1.0238
1.0288
1.0238
1.0247
1.025
1.025
1.025
1.026
1.026
1.025
1 025
1.025



Louls-
Tille.



$1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1 00
1.00
1.00
1.00



New

Orleans.



$2.20
2.20
2.20
2.20
1.75
1.75
1.75
1.76
1.75
1.75
1.75
1.75



Average.



$1.2448
1.2448
1.2448
1.2450
1.15H
1.15K
1.16K
l.lbVa
1.15K
1.15K
1.15»^
1.15K.



%
Average.



$0.83
.83
.83
.83
.77
.77
.77
.77
.77
.77
.77
.77



GASOLINB LIGHTINa.

The cost to the city from January i, 1901, to Decem-
ber 31, 1901, inclusive, for furnishing gasoline, lighting,
erecting, and keeping in repair the gasoline lamps, has been
as follows, viz. :

January 1,045 ^3

February 934 69

March 1,045 83

April 1,001 45

May 1,054 53

June 1 ,001 45

July 1,034 83

August 1,043 33

September 1,016 70

October 1,057 58

November I1O07 45

December if037 33

Total for year $12,281 00

Number of gasoline lamps burning December 31, 1900, 766; December 31,
1901, 766; average cost of each lamp, $16.03.



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GASOLINE — HOURS BURNING.

Hours. Min.
January 400 25

February 335 30

March 340 10

April 285 40

May 253 20

June 217

July 240 55

August 283 20

September 307 45

October 358 50

November 379 4$

December 416 30

Total for year 3,819 10

RECAPITULATION.

Cost of gasoline lighting 12,281 00

Cost of gas lighting 44>6i i 45

Total for year $56,892 45



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Engineer Department 1125



Division of Sewers.



Cincinnati, January i, 1902.

H. J. Stanley, Chief Engineer B. P. S.:

Sir, — I herewith submit a condensed report showing the

workings of the Division of Sewers for the year ending

December 31, 1901.

Tables Nos. i, 2, 3, 4, and 5 show, as their titles indicate,

the amount of work done in the field by construction, the

cost of such construction, and the office work in the prepara-

tion of plans, etc. R^^p^^tfully submitted,

FRANK J. SIEFERT,

Division of Sewers ^ Engineer Department.

TABLE No. 1.

Amount of assessment levied in 1901 381878 08

Amount paid bj city from Trunk-sewer Fund 7»o'4 5^

Total $45,892 60

Amount expended for labor and material, incidental con-
struction, etc. , from Trunk-sewer Fund $70f938 67



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