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Eden avenue, from Charlton street to Oak street Macadam.

Forest avenue, from Carthage pike to Eden avenue Macadam.

Findlay street, from Dunlap street to Miami and Erie Canal Granite.

Elder street, from Elm street to Logan street Brick.

College street, from Sixth street to Seventh street Granite.

Logan street, from Liberty street to Findlay street Brick.

Campbell street, from Green street to Elder street Brick.

Green street, from Elm street to Logan street Asphalt.

Harrison avenue, from west line of Section 32, Millcreek Town-
ship, to Fischer's northwest line Asphalt.

Pavilion street, from St. Gregory street to east line of Fuller st. .Asphalt.

St, Gregory street, from Hatch street to Pavilion street Asphalt.

Bremen street, from Twelfth street to Fourteenth street Asphalt.

Bremen street, from Fourteenth street to Liberty street Asphalt.

Belvedere street, from Hatch street to Pavilion street Brick.

Laurel street, from Central avenue to Freeman avenue Asphalt.

Altenheim avenue, from west line of Lot 4, Burnet's subdivision,

to Eden avenue. Macadam.

Wade street, from John street to Cutter street Asphalt.



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Oregon street, from Monastery street to Third street Brick.

East Sixth street, from Baum street to bowlder improtrement

south of Gilbert avenue Bowlders.

Piedmont avenue, from Burnet avenue to Eden avenue Brick.

College street, from Sixth street to Seventh street Asphalt.

Deming alley, from Harriet street to western terminus Brick.

Long alley, from Jail alley to Franklin street. Brick.

Hill street, from St. Gregory street to Martin street Bowlders.

Baum street, from east curb of East Sixth street to west line of

Monastery street Bowlders.

Celestial street, from first angle southeast of Siderial street to

Hill street Bowlders.

Wold avenue, from Fairfax avenue to Hewitt avenue Macadam.

Rover alley, from 228.30 feet east of Dalton avenue to western

terminus .* Brick.

Produce alley, from Pearl street to Kirby alley Granite.

Guy street, from McMillan street to Straight street Asphalt.

Esmonde street, from Shadwell street to Van Hart street Brick.

Commerce street, from Vine street to Race street Granite.

Jones street, from Stanton avenue to May street Brick.

Eggleston avenue, from Pearl street to Broadway Granite.

Hulse alley, from David street to Bauer avenue Brick.

Hewitt avenue, from Gilbert avenue to Hackberry street Brick.

Pancoast alley, from Eighth street to Ninth street Brick.

Abbott alley, from Von Seggern alley to College alley Brick.

Campbell street, from Elder street to Findlay street Brick.

Notices were served to owners of property at interest
of the pendency of ordinances to appropriate property for
public use, as follows :

Kuhlman avenue, south of Glenway — Widening.

Beekman st., from Harrison to Queen-Cit}' av. — Easement and widening.

Bassett road, west of Elberon avenue — Widening.

Beekman St., from Harrison to Queen-City av.— Easenrent and widening.

East Court street, from Russell st. to Gilbert av. — Opening and extending.

Fergus street, east one half, from Spring -Grove avenue to north line of

C. H. & D. R. R.
Grandin-road viaduct.
North from Eighth street, between Garfield and McPherson avenues for

sewer right of way. *

Respectfully,

T. B. ARMSTRONG,

Chit/ Notice Clerk and Record ExatMtiur.



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ELECTRICAL DEPARTMENT



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Officers of the Electrical Department



Capt. W. C. JOHNSON.

CommilUe on Electrical Dept.

L. H. WEISSLEDER,

City Electrician.

E. A. SARRAN,

Chief Inspector,

SAMUEIy BLACK,

Assistant Inspector.

OSCAR MITCHELL,

Clerk and Inspector.

MAMIE WATSON,

Stenographer.



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Report op the City Electrician.



Cincinnati, Ohio, April i, 1902.

To the Honorable Board of Public Service^ City of Cincinnati^ O.:

Gentlemen, — I have the honor to submit my report for the fiscal
year ending December 31, 1901, it being the Eleventh Annual Report
of the City Electrician.

The exhibits herewith attached give the physical statistics of this
department, and Exhibit No. i gives the number of electric - light
districts, with the number of electric lamps in operation, together
with the number erected duriiig the year.

The electric lamps erected were additions in the various electric-
light districts as were deemed necessary by the Board of Legislation
from time to time, making a total number of electric lamps erected
during the year 1901 thirty- four.



Exhibit No. 1.— CITY LiaHTINQ.





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Number of arc lamps in operation December 31, 1900

** ** erected during 1901

Total number of arc lamps in operation December 31, 1901.



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34

3,402



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The annexed suburbs — Avondale, Clifton, Westwood, Riverside,
and Linwood — have not as yet been included in any of the electric-
light districts, and hence are illuminated by the old method, excepting
Linwood, which has been illuminated by continuing the electric-light
plant that was in the possession of that village prior to annexation.

Exhibit No. 2.— REOAPITITLATIGN OF OUTAaES.



For Month op



January

February

March

ApriU

May

June

July

August

September.^

October

November

December

Total

Money value



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U. M.

809:30

1,709:32
897:27
718:30
586:39
647:02

1^%1:28

1,462:21
692:27
687:25
498:02

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$336.36



The above exhibit is the recapitulation of outages for the twelve
months ending December 31, 1901, and also shows the money values.

This department has been guided in computing deductions to be
made from the bills of the Cincinnati Edison Electric Company and
its successors, the Cincinnati Gas and Electric Company, by the prior
administrations — namely, the reports submitted by the Police Depart-
ment—and deductions made accordingly.



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Exhibit No. 3 is a comparison of outages for the year 1901 with
that of the year previous, 1900, while Exhibit No. 4 shows the entire
number of lamps reported out during the same years — namely, 1900
and 1901.

Exhibit No. 3.



Lamps in operation

Total outages

Money value :.

Outages more than one hour
Money value ;



1900



3.368


3,402


33,5i3iV hrs.


i6,262^«j hrs


$737.29


$357.77


30.254t^ hrs.


15,289}? hrs


$665.59


$336.36



1901



Exhibit No. 4.— OXTTAGES BEPOBTBD B7 POLICE DEFABTMEKT.



Month



January . . .
February . .
March . . . .

April

May

June

July

August —
September
October . .
November.
December

Total .



1900



3,259
2,180

1,791
802

1,305
864

1,719
1,792
1,709
4,^59
14,223
3,348



lamps.



37,451 lamps.



1901



1,251 lamps.

1,647 "

1,286 "

1,166 "

1,362 "

1,362 "

1,362 **

2,700 "

1,547 "

1,372 "

1,196 »♦

3,099 '*



'9,350 lamps.



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Exhibit No. 6.

OONSTBUCTION OF CINCINNATI, NBWPOBT ft COVINQTON AND
SOUTH COVINQTON A CINCINNATI STBEET RAILWAYS.



Length of round trip (in miles) . . .
Miles of feeder wire in use in 1901

Miles of trolley wire in use

Total number of poles

Horse-power of motors

Maker of motors

Type of motors

Miles of extension made in 1901 . .



Cincinnati, New-
port and Covingr.
ton Line.


South Coringtoo

and Cincinnati

Line


1.705
0.307

0.54
21

25 and 35 hp.

Westinghouse

Nos. 3 and 49

None


0.905
0.824
1.82

74
25 and 35 hp.
Westinghouse
Nos. 3 and 49

None



Exhibit No. 7.

CONSTRUCTION OF THE CINCINNATI NORTHWESTERN
RAILROAD COMPANY.

Length in feet round trip in Cincinnati Si9O0

Number extensions round trip constructed in 1901

Miles of feeder wire strung in 1901 •

Miles of feeder wire in use December 31, 1.901 .75

Miles of trolley wire renewed in 1901

Miles of trolley wire in use December 31, 1901 i

Number of poles erected in 1901 90

Number of heavy poles substituted for light ones in 1901

Total number of poles in use December 31, 1901 90

Total number of cars in use December 31, 1901 i

Horse-power of motor on each car 100 H. P.

Total horse-power of motors on roads 100 H. P.

Makerofn^otor { E.e^-"'',.

Type of motor G. E. No. 57

Principal station { """gSion"'

Auxiliary station

Horse-power of boilers ,

Horse-power of engines

Horse-power of generators i n^r a C

The foregoing (Exhibits No. 5, No. 6, No. 7) is a summary of the
number of miles of feeder and trolley wire erected and in use during
the past year, and the number of miles of extensions made by the
various street railways.



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Exhibit No. 5 will also show the generating stations with their
capacity, and the size of motors used in operating the various car
lines of the Cincinnati Traction Company.

Exhibit No. 8.

TBLEGBAPH AND TELEPHONE XTNDEBGBOITND OONSTBITCTION.





City and
Suburban
Telegraph

Associa-
tion


Western

Union

Telegraph

Company


Postal
Tele-
graph
and
Cable
Co.


Cin-
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Fire
Depart-
ment


Total


Number feet of conduit built in)
1901 f

Number feet of duct In conduit)


24,304
201,629
162,071
1,088,815
143,556
474,315
53,322,720

118,081,920

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Total number feet of duct In con-)
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Number feet of cable drawn In)
conduit in 1901 J

Number feet of cable in use De-)
cember 31, 1901 f

Number feet of conductors In)
cable drawn in conduit In 1901 . . )

Number feet of conductors In)
cable in use December 31, 1901..)

Number conductors in cable In)
use December 31, 1901 )

Size of conductors in cable In use)
December 31, 1901 )

Number of feet of fire-alarm con-)
ductors In cables )

Number of feet of telephone con-)
ductors In cables )

Number of telephones Installed)
In 1901 :..]

Number of telephones In use De-)
cember31, 1901 )

Number manholes built in 1901.. . .


22*534
28,469


3,900
3,900


2,834

( 6,532
1 * 36.710


191.339

} 1,164,456

143,556

543,319

53.322,720

119.949,755

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510,689

118,672,860

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3,900


36,634


1,867.835

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Number terminal poles in use)
December 31, 1901 f

Number of terminal buildings


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♦ In connection with the City and Suburban Telegraph Association conduit.



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Exhibit No. 10.— BI'BOTBIO LIGHT AND POWBB OONSTBtTOTION.



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No. Poles erected In 1901

No. Poles replaced In 1901

No. Poles removed In 1901

No. Poles bought from other Co.'B

No. Poles sold to other Co.'s

No. Poles rented from other Co.*s
No. Poles rented to other Co.'s....
Total No. Poles in use Deo 31, 1901

No. Feet Wire strung In 1901

No. Feet Wire removed In 1901 ...
Total No. Feet Wire In use Dec. )

81. 1901 ;

Character of Insulation (



Voltage of Circuits.... .
Character of Current...



No. City Arc Lamps in opera- 1

tlon Dec. 31, 1901 ».. j

No. City Arc Lamps erected in \

1901 — J

No. Commercial Arc Lamps in?

operation Dec. 31. 1901 (

No. Commercial Arc Lamps on )

Uty Circuits. i

No. Arc Lamps on Overhead!

Circuits /

No. Arc Lamps on Under-)

ground Circuits j

No. Incandescent Lamps on >

Underground Circuits J

No. Incandescent Lamps on)

Overhead CircniU )

No. Incandescent Lamps in- )

stalled in 1901 I

Total No. Incandescent Lamps \

in operation Dec. 81. 1901........./

Total No. Service Connections)

made in 1901 i

Total No. Service Connections i

in use Dec. 81, 1901 ;

Horse-power of Motors in- 1

stalled in 1901...... «/

Total Horse-power of Motors)

in Operation Dec. 31, 1901 >

No. Feet Underground Conduit)

laid In 1901 «» ;

No. Feet Underground Conduc- ^

tors in Conduits laid In 1901....
Total No. Feet of Underground

Conduit in use Dec. 31, 1901

Total No. Feet Underground

Conductors In Conduits in

use Dec. 31, 1901 ,

Price per Lamp, Commercial )

Arc, per hour /

Price per Lamp, Incandescent, )

per hour /

Price per K. W. Hour, Motors

Price per K. W. Hour, Incan-)

descent Lamps. j

Maker of Engines. ~

Maker of Generators

Total ca pacity of Plant



12,834
589,260
21,000

831,606

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t Report to April 30, 1901.

^ Edward P. Allis Co.

I Rail. Hamilton, Corliss, Russell, and Porter.

I Lane A Bodley and Westlnghouse.

1 Lane A Bodley, Buckeye, and AUIs.

I New York Safety and Armlngton.



a Oeoeral Electric Co.

frWestloghouseand Mathers.

c Wood, Slattery, T. H , Edison, 0. 4 C.

dWood, Slattery, T. U., Jenny, C. <fc C, and

Jants A Leist.
e Edison.



pinclades 8,402 lamps on City Circuits;

8 lamps in Flndlay Market;

I lamp in Eden-Park Greenhouse.



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Exhibits No. 8, No. 9, and No. 10 show the overhead and under-
ground construction of the various electric-light, telephone, telegraph,
district messenger, and cab companies.

The Cincinnati Fire Department is still suffering from the lack of
funds to place all of its wires in underground conduits, as provided
for by the Telephone Company in their ^bway system.

BEMOVAL OF DEAD WIBE.

The removal of dead wire is accomplished with as much expedition
and care as the appropriation at the disposal of this department will
warrant, as the amount which is now appropriated annually is rather
too small to do much good.

DEFECTIVE WOBK.

The number of tickets issued for defective work done by the various

companies are as follows :

The Cincinnati Edison Electric Co 39

The Jones Brothers Electric Co 2

The Cincinnati Gas Light and Coke Co. (electrical dep't). 4

The Brush Electric Light Co 2

The First Cincinnati Edison Electric Illuminating Co 2

The Cincinnati Gas and Electric Co 34

Total 83

BEINSPECTION TICKETS.

The number issued for defective work are as follows :

The Cincinnati Edison Electric Co 59

The Jones Brothers Electric Co 4

The Cincinnati Gas Light and Coke Co. (electrical dep't). 4

The Brush Electric Light Co 2

The First Cincinnati Edison Electric Illuminating Co... 2 .

The Cincinnati Gas and Electric Co . 24

Total 93

Total number pieces of defective construction reported during 1901 . . 233

Total number of lamps reported without globes during 1901 654

Total number of lamps reported with broken globes during 1901 434

The following is a list of "trouble letters" sent out during

the year:

The Cincinnati Edison Electric Co 97

The Cincinnati Gas Light and Coke Co. (electrical de-
partment) 35

The Brush Electric Light Co 3

The Cincinnati Gas and Electric Co 214

The Jones Bros. Electric Co 36



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The First Cincinnati Edison Electric Illuminating Co.. . 4

The Devere Electric Co i

. The Ohio Messenger and Telegraph Co 3

The Western Union Telegraph Co 17

The American District Telegraph Co 12

The Postal Telegraph Cable Co 6

The Ludlow Automatic Fire-alarm Co i

The National Automatic Fire-alarm Co i

The Fitzsimmons Telephone Manufacturing Co i

The Citj and Suburban Telegraph Association 39

The Queen-City Electric Co 5

The Cincinnati Traction Co 19

The St. Clair Cab and Mounted Messenger Co 5

The A merican Cab Co 9

The Cincinnati Cab Co 5

The Gerdes Hotel Plant i

Messrs. Jones & Yount 2

Total 516

The following is a list of **0. K. Tickets" issued for work

done under the Special and Service Permits issued to the various

companies :

The Cincinnati Gas and Electric Cry 836

The Cincinnati Edison Electric Co 1,388

The Queen-City Electric Co 7

The Cincinnati Gas Light and Coke Co. (electrical de-
partment) 224

The Brush Electric Light Co i 119

The First Cincinnati Edison Electric Illuminating Co.. . 46

The Jones Bros. Electric Co.„ 96

The St. Clair Cab and Mounted Messenger Co 7

The A merican Cab Co i

The Western Union Telegraph Co 8

The American District Telegraph Co 7

The Postal Telegraph Cable Co 22

The Ohio Messenger and Telegraph Co 2

The City and Suburban Telegraph Association 31

The Walnut Hills District Telegraph Co 5

The Fitzsimmons Telephone Manufacturing Co 5

The Devere Electric Co 5

Messrs. Jones & Yount 11

Mr. Albert Becker I

Mr. F. D. Schopper i

Mr. E. M. Lawton 6

The Cincinnati Street Railway Co i

The Cincinnati Traction Co 5

The Cincinnati, Newport & Covington Street Railway Co. 1

The Ludlow Automatic Fire-alarm Co 3

The Fleischmann Co I

Messrs. Anderson & Ziegler i

Total 2,840



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PBBMITS ISSUED.
This department issued during the year 1,589 Service Permits and
1,263 Special Permits, making a total of 2,852, as follows:



The Cincinnati Edison Electric Co

The Cincinnati Gas Light and Coke Co , elec

trical department

The Cincinnati Gas and Electric Co

The Brush Electric Light Co

The First Cincinnati Edison Electric Ilium. Co. .

The Jones Bros. Electric Co

The City and Suburban Telegraph Association..

The Western Union Telegraph Co

The Postal Telegraph Cable Co

The Fitzsimmons Telephone Manufacturing Co.

The American District Telegraph Co

The Devere Electric Co

Messrs. Jones & Yount

The Cincinnati Traction Co '.

The Cincinnati Street Railway Co

The Cin'ti, Newport & Covington Street Ry. Co.
The St. Clair Cab and Mounted Messenger Co. .

The American Cab Co

The Cincinnati Cab Co

Mr. Albert Becker

Mr. F. D. Schopper

Mr. E. M. Lawton

The Ludlow Automatic Fire-alarm Co

The Walnut Hills District Telegraph Co

The Fall Festival Association

Mr. Louis Heeman

Totals



Service



84
834
51
23
39



1,589



Special



462



26

637

8
6
6

3



1,263



Total



1,020

no

1,471

59
29

45

37

7

14

2



2,852



COST OF CITT LIGHTINa.

January 23,828 19

February 23,837 47

March 23,895 69

April 23,961 81

May , 23,965 78

June 23,964 88

July 23,949 94

August 24,005 87

September 24,056 ;iS

October 24,055 85

November 24,058 32

December 23,929 48

Total $287,509 66



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Electrical Department 1155



BXPBNDITUBBS.

The expenditures for this department for the year are as follows:

For telephone rental no oo

For clock-rental 12 00

For board of horse 1 72 32

For veterinary services and medicine '5 65

For horseshoeing 8 75

For repairs to buggy and harness ^7 65

For new horse no 00

For lap-sheet, whip, spreader, and hitching-strap 3 75

For new maps 86 88

For muslin (for mounting maps) 6 54

For paste and glue 89

For car-fare no 00

For postage stamps 30 00

For electrical periodicals 13 00

For City Directory for 1901 6 00

For rubber stamps 60

For new desk-lamp ; 3 46

For typewriter repairs ....;.. i 70



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