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Hopple street and Spring-Grove avenue - 60








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Hunt and Pendleton streets , . .


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Hunt and DesMoines streets


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Hoffner street and Colerain avenue


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HofTner street and Hamilton avenue














Tefferson and Cartha&'e Dike


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Kenner street and McLean avenue


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Kenner street and Freeman avenue.












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Kincaid street (north end of oioe)






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Knowlton and Dane streets


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Kemoer lane and Nassau street .


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ICalon street and Grand avenue






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Kalon street and Hawthorne avenue














Lafavette and Clifton avenues




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Lafayette and Central avenues














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Lick street and Hamilton avenue














Liberty street and Central avenue


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Liberty and Vine streets














Liberty and Linn streets














Liberty street and Freeman avenue














Liberty and Beckett streets


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Liberty and Main streets


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Liberty and Pendleton streets


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Langdon avenue (at terminus)




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Langdon and Floral avenues










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Linn street and Dexter avenue






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Ludlow and Middleton avenues




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Ludlow and Lafayette avenues














Ludlow and Morrison avenues














Ludlow avenue and Evans place














Ludlow avenue and Miami canal














Lower River road and Mt. Hope road




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Lower River road and Dessicating Co


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Lower River road and Anderson's Ferry

Lower River road (at school-house)
















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Lower River road and Hillside avenue














Lower River road and State avenue

Monticello avenue (at north end of pipe)




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Myrtle and Ashland avenues





























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LOCATION OF PLUGS






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Milton and Young streets

Moliawk street, west of Mohawk bridge

Mitchell and Monastery streets

Mitchell av., 125 feet north of Spring-Grove av.

Marshall avenue and Canal

Marshall and Spring-Grove avenues

Marshall and Colerain avenues

Middleton and Qentral avenues

Murdock and Grand avenues

Murdock and Considine avenues

Montana and Glenmore avenues

Montana and Boudinot avenues

Montgomery and Duckcreek road

Montgomery pike and Brewster avenue ......

Montgomery pike and Florida avenue

Montgomery pike and Bevis avenue

Main and Mitchell avenues

Main apd Rockdale avenues

Main avenue and Shillito street

Madisonville pike and Observatory avenue

Madisonville pike and Woodburn avenue

Madisonville pike and Wold street

Madison road and Baker place

Madisonville pike and O'Brien street

McLean avenue and Eighth street

McMillan street and Forest avenue

McGregor avenue and Imogene street

McGregor and Auburn avenues

McMicken avenue and Dixon street

McMicken avenue and Dunlap street

McMicken avenue and Riddle road

McMicken and Dixmyth avenues

McMicken avenue (No. 2345)

McHenry road (last plug)

North Crescent avenue and Mason street .....

Ninth and Vine streets

Ninth and Mound streets.

Ninth and Baymiller streets

Ninth street and Central avenue

Ninth street and Broadway

Ohio avenue and Parker street

Observatory and Grace avenues

Observatory and Massart avenues

Observatory and Stettinius avenues

Observatory avenue and Madisonville pike . . .



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Price and Hawthorne avenues






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Price and Summit avenues












Pavilion and Hatch streets




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Pavilion and Fuller streets














Pavilion and Parallax streets














Pearl street and Central avenue




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Pullan avenue and Fers'us street


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Pullan avenue and Dane street












Parsons and Front streets




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Principio avenue, east of Dillon avenue










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Powers street and C. H. & D. R. R


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Powers street and Borden avenue














Powers street and Edgewood avenue














Queen-Citv avenue, at St. Francis Hospital ....






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Queen-City and Plymouth avenues














Queen-City avenue (at Metz's place)














Queen-Citv avenue (end of main)














Queen-City avenue and Van-Hart street

Queen-City and Spring-Grove avenues


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Queen-Citv and Colerain avenues














Ruth street (west end)


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Redbank, east of Delta


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Rockdale avenue and Zoological Garden


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Richmond street and Freeman avenue


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Shadwell street and Northside av. (6-inch pipe).






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Shadwell street and Northside av. (12-inch pipe)
Shadwell street and Grand avenue


























Shadwell and Esmonde streets










Shaddinger avenue (at north end) .














Station avenue and C. H. & D. R. R


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St. Lawrence and Buch avenues






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Stanton avenue and Beecher street




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Shaw and VVasson avenues














Second street and Broadway




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Second and Vine streets














Second and Mill streets








Second street and Central avenue














Second and Lawrence streets






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Spring-Grove and Mitchell avenues














Spring-Grove and Mitchell avenues (n. w. cor.).


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TABLE OF MAXIMUM WATER PRESSURES— Continued,



Spring-Grove and Harrison avenues

State avenue and Eighth street (north side) ..

State avenue and Gest street.

State avenue and Lehman road

State avenue and Liberty street

Sixth and Vine streets

Sixth and Court streets

Sixth and Evans streets

Sixth and Cutter streets

Sixth and John streets

Sixth and Carr streets

Sixth street and Central avenue

Sixth street and Eggleston avenue

Sixth street and Gilbert avenue

Sixth street and Broadway

Sixth street and Mt. Hope road

Seventh and Mound streets

Seventh streeth and Broadway

Seventh and Vine streets

Seventh and John streets

Seventh and Linn streets

Seventh street and Central avenue

Seventh and Culvert streets

Trimble and Langland avenues

Torrence road and Columbia avenue

Taylor street (last plug)

Trcmont and Pinetree streets

Thirteenth and Vine streets

Twelfth and Main streets

Twelfth and Vine streets :

Twelfth street and Central avenue

Third street and Eggleston avenue

Third street and Broadway

Third and Pike streets (south side)

Third and Oregon streets

Third and Collard streets

Third and Kilgour streets

Third and Parsons streets

Third and Smith streets

Union avenue (last plug)

Vine and Water streets

Vine and Charlton streets

Western avenue, north of Dempsey street. . . .
Western av., bet. Denham st. and Baltimore pike
Western avenue and Hopple street



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Webster and Main streets


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W^ebster and Vine streets












Wood and Orchard streets












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Woodlawn and Summit avenues




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Wabash and Michicran avenues












Water and John streets




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Wooster and Union-Bridge pikes














Winton road and McMakin avenue ...


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VVinton road and Epworth avenue














Westwood av. and Shadwell st. ( 12-inch pipe). .






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Whitfield and Howell avenues




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Woodburn and Hewitt avenues














Woodburn avenue and Giloin street






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York street and Central avenue


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York street and Western avenue














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TABLE XXXVI— Continued.
Konthly Beoeipta, etc., for the Tear 1901.



Receipts



January 76,914 10

February 75,524 25

March 52,386 52



April 54,184 90

May 70,453 18

June 72,877 83 !

July 85,670 09

August , 81,192 66

September 61,577 55

October 59,666 21

November 68,256 34

December ! 73,514 74



Total disbursements for 1901 . • I
Balance December 31, 1900. .



$832,218 37



Treasurer's balance

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82,045 38

103,172 17

46,089 33

51,653 69

46 097 09

130,830 00

63,411 73

100,158 15

55,680 99

50,164 84

46,317 43

66,464 32



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169,770 03

$160,903 28



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TABLE XXXIX.

Financial Statement of Beceipta, Disbursements, and Balances of the City
Waterworks for the Tear ending December 81, 1901.



Treasurer's balance January 1, 1901 .



Cash Beceipta.

From water-rents..-

Prom hydrant branches.

From meters and repairs ,

From ferrules and opening streets

From junk .^

Prom stable

From elevators and repairs

From plumbers' licenses

From water-tower admissioDs

From Linwood electric light

From ref under account (Comptroller)

From sundriesM



Disbursements.



For sinking fund, Waterworks

For interest, Waterworks

For interest— Improvement bonds new Waterworks..

For office payroll

For office expense

For pumping service ,

For returned water-rents

For stable expense

For distribution, maintenance

For rents and general expense

For damages

For supply-house purchases

For private work

For street mains

For stable property



Balance December 31, 1901....



787,S98 79

19 50

19.8S9 44

12,533 94

2^990 80

59 50

354 44

94 50

446 10

5,893 21

400 00

2,088 65



122,555 00

35,695 00

74,825 00

95,334 76

7.239 22

215,018 SO

10,372 12

6,633 22

81,506 06

4,465 25

900 00

185.806 20

13,385 01

24,004 63

13.347 80



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TABLE XL.

Beoeipta of Water-Benta by ICeter*.



Months. 1901.

January ' 19,250 60

February .^..1 20.669 46

March 19,999 24

Aprtl i 19,401 42

May 22.699 24

June - 22,215 80

July ' 22,867 35

August .„ 25,169 90

September , 25,204 91

October I 24,653 58

November 22,573 48

December ! 22,430 91

Totals ; $267,135 89



1900.



17,638 32
19,094 85
18,492 11
17,872 29
19,583 04
20,226 24
20,4-25 '22
20,116 22
22,252 54
22.132 06
22,508 22
21,013 42



9241,354 53



Beoeipta of Water-Benta by Elevators.



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June.^

July

August

September..

October

November..
December..

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1901.



5,136 54
4,404 04
3,890 09
4,338 38
4,233 67
4,281 27
4,730 07
3.996 93
4,462 34
4,416 53
4,900 15
4,871 37



$53,661 38



1900.



4,770 18
4,823 02
4.725 54
4.459 23
4,813 70
4,680 36
4,121 59
4.18:> 24
4,474 12
4,*267 92
5,100 03
4,262 59



$54,683 52



Increase in meters, $25,781.36.



Decrease in elevators, $1,022.14.



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Ordinances, By-Laws, Rules and Regulations



PERTAINING TO THE MANAGEMENT OF THE



WATER DEPARTMENT



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ORDINANCES, BY-LAWS, RULES, &c.



Extracts from the Statutes of the State of Ohio.

Src. 2410. The trustees (Board of City Affairs) shall be authorized to
make such by-laws and regulations as thej may deem necessary for the
safe, economical, and efficient management and protection of the Water-
works, and such by-laws and regulations shall have the same validity as
ordinances when not repugnant thereto or to the constitution and laws of
the state.

AK ACT to prescribe the purposes for which Water • rents may be
assessed and collected in Cities of the first ffrade of the first class.
(Passed April 24, 1896.)

Sec. I. Be it enacted by the General Assembly of the State of Ohio,
That in cities of the first grade of the first class, for the purpose of paying
the expenses of conducting and managing the waterworks ; and to provide
for paying the expenses of making betterments, enlargements, and improve-
ments of the works, including the building of machinery, building, tanks,
towers, reservoirs, or any other waterworks appliances, or the repair of the
same, or of the extensions of the works and reservoirs, or any additions
thereto, or the laying, extending, or enlarging of the water-mains ; and to
provide for the payment of the interest of any loan heretofore or hereafter
made for the purchase, lease, construction, improvement, betterment,
enlargement, or extension of any part of the waterworks system of such
city, or for the creation of a sinking fund for the liquidation of the debt
heretofore or hereafter made for any of these purposes ; and to provide for
the payment of the interest and the creation of a sinking fund for the pay-
ment of any renewal or extension bonds heretofore or hereafter issued in
lieu of waterworks bonds which may have matured or which may mature,
and for the payment of which no provision may have been made at the time
of their maturity, and notwithstanding ordinances authorizing such renewal
or extension bonds may provide for the payment of the interest and the
creation of a sinking fund therefor, by taxation ; and to provide for the
payment of the interest and the creation of a sinking fund for the payment
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purpose of laying water-mains by villages which have already been or
which may hereafter be annexed to any such city, and notwithstanding that
such bonds may have been issued under acts requiring the payment of the
interest thereon, or the creation of a sinking fund therefor, by taxatioo;
and to provide for the payment of any contract obligations hereafter entered
into by the board, or any other authorized board hereinafter referred to,
with any person, company, or corporation, their successors or assigns, for
the construction of waterworks, or additions, enlargements, improvements,
or extensions to the waterworks; and to provide for the payment of mr
contract obligations hereafter entered into by the board hereinafter referred
to, or any other authorized board, with any person, company, or corpora-
tion, their successors or assigns, for the lease of waterworks, or additions,
enlargements, improvements, or extensions to the waterworks; and to pro-
vide for the payment of any land, turnpike highway, or franchise of anj
description, or any easement or interest in any of the same, which mar be
necessary at any time for the purpose of extending, enlarging, or improving
the waterworks, or making additions thereto; the board having charge of
the waterworks of such city shall have the power to assess and collect,
from time to time, a water -rent of sufficient amount in such manner as
it deems most equitable upon all tenements and premises supplied witfa
water ; and where more than one tenant or water - taker is supplied with
water from one hydrant, or off the same pipe, and when the assessments
therefor shall not be paid when due, the board shall look directly to the
owner of the property for the entire rent, or so much thereof as reraiins
unpaid for water furnished said premises, to be collected in the same
manner as other city taxes.

Sec. 2. That Section 2411,3$ amended April 18, 1893 (9© O. L. 198), and
any and all other acts or parts thereof, in so far as the same are inconsis-
tent with any of the provisions of this act, shall not be applicable to cities
of the first grade of the first class.

Sec. 3. This act shall take effect and be in force from and after its
passage.



Ordinances of the City of Cincinnati.

AN ORDINANCE for the Government and Protection of the Water-
works of the City of Cincinnati, and to inflict Fines and Penaltwt
for the violation of the same. (Passed September 13, 1854. )

Sec. I. — Unlawful to take Water from Private Hydrant or
Cistern withoi t Permit. Bf it ordained by the City Council of Cm-
cinnatiy That from and after the passage of this ordinance it shall be
unlawful for any person or persons within the corporate limits of thecitr
of Cincinnati to take water from any private hydrant, or from any cistern
which may have been filled, in whole or in part, from the City Water-
works, except by order of the chief engineer of the Fire Department,
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the usual permit from the secretary or the proper officer of the works
so to do.

Sec. 2. — Unlawful to throw Filth, etc., or put or drive Hogs,
ETC., INTO River in Proximity to Waterworks. It shall likewise be
unlawful for any person or persons to deposit or throw into the Ohio River
in said city any iilth or dead carcass or animal within one thousand feet
of the Waterworks buildings on Front Street above the same, or within
three hundred feet below, or to put or drive any hogs or other animals
into said river within a like distance above or below said works, for the
purpose of landing them, by swimming them or driving them ashore.

Sec 3. — Unlawful to Bathe in proximity of Waterworks.
It shall in like manner be unlawful for any person or persons, either by
day or night, to go into the said Ohio River to bathe or swim within five
hundred feet above said Waterworks, or within three hundred feet below ;
and it is hereby made the duty of the police officers and ail watchmen of
the city to enforce the three sections above set forth.

Sec. 4. — Water to be shut off for non-payment of Bill.
Upon the return of a bill to the office for non - payment, the water shall
be immediately shut off; and where there is a cistern on the premises it
shall not be turned on again until the water- rent is paid as in usual cases,
and also all back rent, including up to the end of the term or half year in
which the water was turned off; and where there is no cistern on the
premises, the back rents up to the time the water was shut off shall be paid.

Sec. 5. — When Superintendent to have Ferrule drawn. In all
cases where there is a cistern on the premises, and the water from said
works is not used and paid for for three months in succession, it shall be
lawful for the superintendent to have the ferrule drawn at the expense of
the owner of the premises, or of the person who may wish to have the water
turned on again ; provided, however, that ten days* notice shall be given to
the owner or occupant of such premises before the ferrule is drawn ; and



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