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nearing completion. This entire structure — foundati<ms,
columns, arches, railings, floor -beams, floors, roof, and
stairways — is made of concrete, in which is imbedded



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twisted steel bars. This combination is such as to give
to the former the tensile strength inherent in the steel bars,
thereby utilizing the great compressive strength of the con-
crete. This method of concrete construction is known as
the "Ransome" system. By means of it floors a few inches
in thickness, with spans varying from five to forty feet, have
been made to support ver}' heavy weights. Walls have been
built to a height exceeding seventy feet, carrying six floors
and a roof, the average thickness of the walls not exceeding
nine inches. This system is capable of being applied to
every variety of construction, and, owing to the fact that
the materials essential to the production of concrete are
easily procured, warrants the prediction that in the near
future the use of concrete will become general, and in con-
sequence the prevailing methods of building construction
will be materially changed. It is very certain that any
efforts to construct fire-proof buildings without the use of
concrete will prove fruitless, since experience has shown
this material to be the best fire-resistant extant.

The repairs made during the period under consideration
have been extensive, a large part of which is due to the
efforts of this department in condemning buildings, walls,
etc., about which complaints have been made, as well as
those unsafe structures which have come under the observa-
tion of the officers of the department. In this connection'
your honorable Board is requested to so amend the present
law as to give the Inspector authority to compel owners
of unsafe property to make the same safe or to cause the
removal of them, as the case may be ; and in the event
of their refusal after due notice, to empower the Inspector
to make safe or tear down buildings or other structures
which are unsafe, unsanitary, or otherwise a menace to life.



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health, or property. The necessity for such a law is impera-
tive. There are in this city a large number of wretchedly
dilapidated traps, unfit for occupancy, a disgrace to the com-
munity and the age in which we live ; yet these conditions
can not be altered because there is no law whereby the
owners of such property can be compelled to cause their
removal.

An ordinance emanating from your honorable Board,
known as the "bath-tub ordinance," which became a law
in the early part of the year, and required owners of tene-
ment buildings hereafter erected or buildings remodeled for
tenement purposes to be equipped with bath-tubs, met with
some opposition when its enforcement was undertaken. It
has, however, been generally complied with, and as a result
many tenement buildings are now supplied with bath-tubs.
It is believed that at no distant day a tenement house without
this most necessary and essential adjunct will be the excep-
tion rather than the rule.

The ** bill-board" ordinance, requiring advertisers to pay
fees for boards erected by them, has produced a revenue
amounting to $490. This sum represents the amount of
fees collected at this oflSce during the year, this amount
having been paid almost entirely by two of the largest firms
of bill-board advertisers in the city. There have probably
been some few signs erected without permits by persons
unknown to this department or the police authorities. The
services of the latter were requested in an effort to apprehend
the violators of the ordinance, but as yet their labors ha\*e
not been rewarded with success. There are parties engaged
in a small way in the business of erecting bill-boards who in
the pursuit of their calling exercise extreme caution in con-
ducting their business ; their work being done during the
change of police reliefs, early in the morning or late in the



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evening, thus escaping without discovery. When the fact
is considered that the boards erected by these parties are
light and quickly set up, and localities selected which are
remote from the city proper, on unfrequented roads and
streets, usually in the suburbs, it can be readily understood
how easily the work can be done without detection. If the
cost of permits were governed by the size of the bill-boards,
it would seem the opposition ofiEered by the small advertiser
would be overcome. Under the present ordinance the fee
for every board (size 7 by 10) is five dollars, and ten dollars
for any board of larger size. If the present rates were
changed, and a fee of one dollar for a permit and an addi-
tional charge of one cent per square foot were made, the
incentive for evading payment of the onerous fee now exacted
would be overcome, and in consequence the revenue derived
therefrom would be more than double that under the present
system of charges.

The requirements of the present building ordinance make
it the duty of the Inspector of Buildings to issue permits for
new buildings, alterations, etc., only after the approval of
plans and specifications and the payment of a fee prescribed
by law. No person or corporation is exempt from this
requirement, the city of Cincinnati being obliged to pay the
same as an individual. I would suggest to your honorable
Board the propriety of amending the present law so as to
exempt the city of Cincinnati from the payment of fees for
building permits, giving the Inspector of Buildings the au-
thority to issue permits to the said city without cost.

Your attention is directed to the returns from elevator
inspections,, as shown by Table V. The revenue from this
source is $3,260, a sum greater than has ever been produced
in any previous year — a gratifying result, indicative of



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services faithfully rendered by those assigned to this branch
of the service. This arm of the service is self-sustaining,
and if an additional inspector was provided, whose duties
should be confined to reinspections of elevators upon which
repairs have been ordered, the increased revenue would
warrant the appointment.

The duties pertaining to the Inspectors 6f Plumbing have
received careful attention, the inspections made during the
year being 926. The revenue from plumbing permits is for
alterations only ; no charge is made for new work or for
repairs on old work, the former being covered by the general
building permit. The importance of inspecting plumbing
is not fully understood or appreciated to the extent which
its importance, based on modem practice and the laws of
hygiene and of conditions which experience has proved to
be favorable to health, has shown it to merit. No branch
of house construction requires a higher order of intelligence
in its execution than plumbing ; for upon the practical skill
of the plumber, and his familiarity with the fundamental
rules regarding sanitary construction, depends the health
of the future occupants of the building. The Inspectors of
Plumbing have performed their duties with zeal and fidelity,
although at times it has been a difficult task to respond to
the calls made upon them as promptly as those requiring
their services might wish. As there are but two deputies
assigfned to this duty— one of whom remains in the office to
issue permits and pass upon plans of plumbing submitted,
the other attending to outside inspections — it will be under-
stood why there are times when delay in the inspection of the
work of those requiring their services can not be avoided.

The number of fire-escapes erected during the )'ear is
twenty - eight, with a number in course of construction.



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Many buildings complained of as requiring fire-escapes were
found on inspection to be exempt from the provisions of the
law, owing to the fact that the number of occupants was less
than twenty-five persons. In these cases the necessity for
better facilities for escape was nearly if not quite as great as
it would have been had the exact number of persons men-
tioned in the ordinance occupied the premises. It would,
it seems, in fairness to all persons, be proper to require any
building three or more stories in height to be provided with
a sufficient number of fire-escapes, regardless of the number
of its occupants.

The ordinance prepared by the Journeymen Painters' Or-
ganization of Cincinnati, at their solicitation passed by your
honorable Board, which "provided for the inspection of
ropes and other appliances used by contractors," and for
the appointment of an inspector for that service, has been
in successful operation since October 22, 1901. The en-
forcement of this ordinance has given general satisfaction,
especially to those interested in and benefited by its oper-
ation.

In conclusion, I extend to your honorable Board the
thanks of this department for the material aid it has received
at your hands, and to all other officers of the municipal
government for favors rendered or courtesies extended. To
those associated with me in the conduct of the office I extend
my sincere thanks for the faithful service rendered by them
while engaged in the performance of their duties.

Following is a report in detail of the business of this office.

Respectfully submitted,

CHARLES A. TOOKER,

Inspector of Buildings.



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TABLE I.

Th« Batlmated Oost of Btmotares and th« Office Beoeipts durinff the
Fifteen Tean' ezistenoe of the Building liaw and Ordinance.

TOTAL ESTIMATED COST OF STRUCTURES.

In 1887, from April 25 to December 31 $2,846,850 60

In 1888, from January I to December 31 4,098,308 00

In 1889, from January i to December 31 4,143,314 00

In 1890, from January i to December 31 4,310^701 00

In 1891, from January i to December 31 5f068,$38 00

In 1892, from January i to December 31 4,229,809 00

In 1893, ^rom January i to December 31 3,673,939 00

In 1894, from January i to December 31 3,131,9^ <»

In 1895, from January i to December 31 3,049,744 «>

In 1896, from January I to December 31 2,864,953 ^

In 1897, from January i to December 31 2,486,900 00

In 1898, from January i to December 31 1,873,070 00

In 1899, from January i to December 31 2,650^879 50

In 1900, from January i to December 31 2,145,035 00

In 1901, from January I to December 31 3,5o5r45o 00

RECEIPTS FOR PERMITS.

In 1887, from April 25 to December 31 $5,567 00

In 1888, from January i to December 31 7,44* jS

In 1889, from January i to December 31 8,066 50

In 1890, from January I to December 31 8,157 85

In 1891, from January i to December 31 8,640 20

In 1892, from January i to December 31 7,530 25

In 1893, from January i to December 31 8,007 95

In 1894, from January i to December 31 8,523 75

In 1895, from January i to December 31 9,661 00

In 1896, from January i to December 31 8,333 45

In 1897, from January i to December 31 7,920 15

In 1898, from January i to December 31 5,479 4S

In 1899, from January I to December 31 8,908 3$

In 1900, from January i to December 31 7,280 45

In 1901, from January i to December 31 10,592 60



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TABLE IV.

Report of Ropes, Scaffolds, etc., Inspected from October 80, 1001, to
December 81, 1001.

Number of inspections made 310

Number of ropes, etc., found defective 76

Number of ropes ordered spliced 7

Number of ropes ordered reversed in blocks 19

Ropes found defective and defects cut out 7

Acid-burned ropes condemned 5

Ropes condemned 36

Lookouts condemned i set.

Ladder-scaiTold condemned 1



TABLE V.

Oertiilcates issued for Elevator Inspections.



Months



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

April

May

June

July

August

September.
October . . .
November .
December .

Total..



Certiflcste Nambert



839s to
8495 to
8643 to
8840 to
9007 to
9146 to
9267 to
9393 to
9554 to
9697 to
9774 to
9905 to



8494.
8642.

8839.
9006.

9145-
9266.

9392.

9S53.
9696.

9773.

9904-

10024.



CertifloAtea
Issued



100
148
197
167

'39
121
126
161
143
77
131
120

1,630



Pees
Received



200 00
296 00
39400
334 00
278 00
242 00
2$2 00
322 00
286 00
154 00
262 00
240 00

$3,260 00



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Annual Report



BUILDING PERMITS.



BRICK AND STONE.



No.



I^OCATION.



Jan.

4975
4976

4977
4978
4979
4980

4981

Feb.
4982
4983
4984
4985
4986
4987
4988

4989
4990

4991
4992

4993
4994
4995

4996
4997
4998

Mar.

4999
5000
5001
5002

5003
5004
5005
5006



N. 8. Chase st., bet. Kirby and Cherry

S. E. cor. Briggs and B. & O. Ry

N. 8. Ludlow av., east of Clifton

W. 8. Kirby rd., soutli of Chase st

N. E. cor Pearl and Plum

W. 8. Buck, bet. Harrison and Queen-City avs.
140 West Fourth st



W. 8. Colerain av., bet. Township and Marshall
E. 8. Spring-Grove av., bet. Alfred and Straight
S. 8. Front st , bet. Lawrence and Ludlow. . .

N. 8. Harrison, east of Robert av

S. 8. Spring-Grove av., west of Ludlow

2617-2619 Vine St.

3444 Colerain av

519 Klotter av

S. E. cor. Bellevue and Fosdick

S. E. cor. Race and Elder

N. E. cor. Third and Culvert

E. 8. Reading rd., bet. Rockdale and Hutchins

N. 8. Chase st., bet Kirby and Delaney

N. 8. Greenwood av., bet. Washington av. and

Reading road

E. s. Parker place, bet. Warsaw and Glenway .

465-467 East Front st

31-33 West Fifth st



S. 8. McGregor, bet. Reading rd. * Symmes st.

W. 8. Middleton, bet. Bryant and Thrall

N. s. Westminster, bet. Hackberry and Kleine

Kilgour st, bet. Finn and Ellen

318 West Court st

N.s. Central av., bet. Larribee bridge * Mohawk

N. W. cor. Chase and Gordon

E. 8. Central av., bet. Cherry * Phoebe alleys.



Cost I cort
Permit. • Stmctnre.



8 90

6 85
4 15
4 40

2 95
t8 00

7 15

4 90
6 05

10 50
28 30

6 50

3 85

7 45

5 40



35
12 75


3 50


4 90


4 40


93 00


«o 35


4 45


565


24 50



25


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29


2 50


31


465


25


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24


16 05


18


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$1,500
2,500
1,800
2,000

30,000

3,5«>
15,000



4,000

3.500

800

3*000

1,000

tzjooo

1.700
1,800
S.500
5.000
3,000



akjoo

7,500

3,000

lyXX>
2,000



2,800
4050

>75o

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4,000

600

2,860

6,000



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BRICK AND STONE— Continued.



No.



Mar.
5007
5008
5009
5010
501
5012

5013
5014
5015
5016
5017
5018
5019
5020
5021
5022
5023
5024
5025
5026
5027
5028
5029
5030
5031

April
5032
5033
5034
5035
5036
5037
5038
5039
5040
5041
5042

5043
5044

5045
5046

5047
5048

5049
5050
5051
5052
5053
5054
5055
5056



LOCATION.



E. 8. Josephine St., bet. Saunders and Ringgold.

N. 8. Dexter av., east of Fairfield

N. 8. Court St., bet. Freeman and Baymiller. . .
E. 8. Powhatan, bet. Rochelle and St. Clair.. .

W. 8. Middleton, bet. Bryant and Thrall

'507-'509 Bremen st

N. 8. Queen-City av., near Merton

W. 8. Vine St., bet. Nixon and St. Clair

W. 8. Cook St., bet. Alfred and Straight

1821 Pleasant st

W. 8. Linwood pike, bet. Tweed & Eastern av.

S. W. cor. Dayton st. and Western av

W. 8. Freeman av., northwest cor. Espanola st.

S. 8. Rockdale av., west of Burnet av

433 Pioneer st

W. 8. Miller St., bet. Elmore and Townsend. . .

S. 8. Marion St., bet. Reading and Dakota

S. E. cor. Eighth and McPherson

N. E. cor. Reading road and Ridgeway av

N. 8. Pullan, bet. Langland and Hamilton

N. 8. Chase st., bet. Lakeman and Witler

1066 Wade st

751 West Court »t

N. 8. Erkenbrecher av., bet. Eden and Burnet.
Beekman, Lonway, Tremont, and Waverly avs.



Not issued

S. W. cor. Delhi and Fountain sts

435-437 East Second st

N. s. Ada St., bet. Fairview and Ravine

S. E. cor. Halstead and Kottmann

Ring place. Price Hill

N. E. cor. Seventh and Walnut

N. 8. Liston av., Riverside

3034 Colerain av

1900 Baymiller st

N. 8. Chestnut, bet. Boudinot and Epworth. .

1035 Central av

S. 8. Mann place, east of Reading road

N. 8. Walnut av., near Walnut place

S. E. cor. Reading road and Cleveland st. . . .

W. 8. Vaughn, south of Daniels

W. 8. Jackson st, bet. Canal and Twelfth

S. 8. McMicken, bet. Dunlap and Central av.

N. 8. Front St., east of Martin

N. 8. McMicken av., bet. Race and Vine

E. 8. Baker place, near Madison av

N. E. cor. Vernon place and Maxwell

S. 8. Erkenbrecher av., east of Vine

W. 8. Borden St., bet. Dreman and Elmore. . .
E. 8. Elberon av., bet. Eighth and Phillips..



27
26
20
28

31
10

30
28

24

13

I

23
22

3>
6

25

29
3>
25
25
23
16

31
30



Coat
Permit.



Cost
Structure*



$3 90
8 30
4 10
3 50



5
3
7
5

6

3 _

10 85

4 00
13 00
44 00

3 00

4 00

11 15
6 25

26 75

4 35

5 75
5 30

5 15

6 20
160 85



3 00
18 30

3 >o

4 35
3 60

23 00

14 25

3 80

3 50

365

14 85

7 30

2 50
129 00

3 >o
86 85

4 50
5.65

8 20
10 15

8 00
7 90
4 65
4 25



$3»7oo
5,000
700
3.100
6,500
i,Soo
8,000
2,800

3»5oo
1,800
8,000
1,200
7,500

25,000
1,000
1,900

10,000
2,800

30,000
3,500
2,500
3,000
3.500
5,000

65,000



1,700
5,000
1,600
2,200
2,500
6,000
8,100
2,000
1,700
2,600

10,000
6,000
1,000

50,000
2,000

30,000
2,000
8,000
3,000

14,000
6,000
8,000
2,800
3,500



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BRICK AND STONE— Continued.



May

5057
5058

S059
5060
5061
5062
5063
5064
5065
5066
5067
5068
5069
5070
5071
5072
5073
5074
5075
5076

5077
5078

5079
5080
5081
5082
5083
5084
5085
5086

June

5087
5088
5089
S090
5091
5092

5093
5094

S095
509b

5097
5098
5099
5100
5101
5102

5103
5104

5*05
5106



LOCATION.



E. s. Boudinot av., bet. Urwiler and Montana.

N. W. cor. Ninth and Cheapside

Neff drive, north of Glenway

1710 Chase av

N. s. McMicken av., bet. Vine and Race

E. s. Carthage pike, west of Forest av

N. s. Front St., east of Martin

W. s. Enright, bet. Eighth and St. Lawrence.

W. s. Kilgour, bet. Third and Pearl

W. s. Baltimore av., north of Trade

N. E. cor. Erkenbrecher av. and Dora

N. W. cor. Forest and Rockdale avs

S. 8. Jester, bet. Gordon and Shillito

W. s. Clifton av., bet. Warner and McMillan.

2217 Loth St

W. 8. Eden, bet. Charlton and Daniels

N. 8. Central av., bet. Freeman and Kindel. . .

S. W. cor. Price av. and Woodlawn

E. 8. Spring-Grove av., bet Alfred and Draper

S. s. Hale, bet. Main and Harvey avs

E. s. Bishop, bet. Nixon and Jefferson avs

N. s. York St., bet. Linn and Baymiller

640 West Eighth st

E. 8. Reading road, bet. Union and Whittier. .
N. s. McMillan, bet. Moerlein and Clifton avs.

N. s. Brice, bet. Hamilton and Innes avs

S. 8. Oak, bet. Highland and Burnet avs

E. s. Central av., bet. Charlotte and Findlaj. .

N. s. PuUan, bet. Cherry and Delaney

W. s. Dexter lane, north of Madison av

842 Betts St

270 Southern av

529 Main St

N. E. cor. Epworth and Montclair

W. s. Madison av., near Fairview

E. s. Auburn av., bet. Kinsej and McCormick

N. W. cor. Vine and Longworth

S. E. cor. Fairfield and Dexter

S. s. Pullan av., bet. Brookside and Langland.

S. W. cor. Heywood and Massachusetts

W. s. Loth St., bet. Mulberry and St. Joe

N. 8. Waverly av., west of Beekman

S. s. South St., bet. Depot and State

S. s. Howell, bet. Clifton and Whitfield

E. s. Ravine St., bet; Emming and Warner

W. s. Hazelwood av.,bet. Montana and Urwiler
W. s. Jefferson av., bet. University and Rochelle
E. s. Enright av., bet. Warsaw and Eighth ...
E. s. Linn St., bet. Findlay and Charlotte ....
708 Bauer av



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Cost


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Permit.


structure.


30


«6 45


$2,500


6


26 00


9/XX3


21


12 75


9.000


25


3 35


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31


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12,500


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7 50


4.000


12


3 70


2.400


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5 10


3.500


28


655


4.000


23


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3.000


29


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2,500


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1,600


28


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35,000


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27


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Digitized by VjOOQ IC



Inspector of Buildings



1377



BRICK AND STONE— Continued.



Jane
5107
5x08

5'09
5"o
5111
5112

5114

5"5
5x16
5117
51x8
5119

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5120
5121
5122
5123
5124

■5125
5x26
5x27
5128
5"29
5130
5«3i
5132

.5133
5134
5>35
5136
5>37
5138
5139
5140
5141
5142

Aug.

5H3
5«44

5145
5x46

5>47
5i4«
5149
5150

S'S'
5152
5153
5iS4



LOCATION.



N. 8. Madison road, east of Fairfield

W. s. Lakeman St., bet. Chase and Bluerock.

£. 6. Evans place, north of Ludlow

N. W. cor. Fairfax and Cinnamon

N. E. cor. Chase and Linden

N. s. New St., bet. Culvert and Broadway ...
N. s. Hawthorne av., bet. Phillips and Murdock

1344 Chapel St

1315 Vine St

S. s. Parker av., bet. Ohio and Clifton

W. 8. Clifton av., bet. Warner and McMillan.
E. 8. Central av., bet. Findlay and Charlotte. .
414 Clinton st

1219 Richmond st

W. s. Ashland av., bet. Myrtle and Locust

S. W. cor. Court and Baymiller

E. s. Culvert, bet. Fifth and Sixth

Baker place, bet. Madison av. and Forest

N. s. George, bet. John and Central av

N. s. Wade st., bet. Baymiller and Barton ....



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