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5
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January
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1894
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OFFICIAL. I Codncil Chambee, I anx Akbor Januarv 1, 1894. i Regular session. Called to order by Pres. Watts. Eollcalled. Quorum present. Absent- Aid. O'Mara and Prettyman - 2. The journal of the last session approved. FINANCE. TÏEPORTS STANDING COMMITTEES, FINAÏiCE. To the üommon Council: Your Committee on Finance respectfully report Unit tliey have had the following bilis under consideration and would recointnerid their allowance at sums stated: CONTINGENT FUND. W. J. Miller, salary .$ 68 66 E. B. Norrie, salary 25 n P. O'Hearn, salary s:; :i-i (Seo. H. Pond, 1 mo. salary s :;; Mr-. M. G. Stark. salary, jauitor 6 2ti Jas. K. Baeh. insuranceon furniture.. 10 00 David Rinsey, 7 mo's otlice rent 33 25 Henry V. Wilmoi, posting tax notlces. 1 U0 Daniel Hiscock & son, coal :T 3', Glen V. Mills, o copies City directory. 18 00 G. C. Khodes, snpplies 1 45 Dean & Co., supplies 1 0 D. J. Malloy, supplies 76 Joe Goromiller, jauitor 26 00 J. E. Harkins, supplies 2 75 W. J. Miller, suppiles 4 87 Louis Rokde, coal -..- 7 86 Martin Halier, 24 vards linoleum I; 18 S. Wood&Co., lumber 9 75 Bailey & Dow. repairs, ete.u (5 60 B. M. Thompson, exp. to Detroit 3 50 Beakes & Omrtiss, printing 18 00 Kicnniond &, Backus Co., supplies 14 51 D. G. Gates, buryingdog 50 John Bísele, oü 68 ïhe Ann Arbor Thonips ;n-Houston Electric Co., streel lighting 601 10 Th6 Ann Arbor Thompson-Houston Electric Co., office lighting 5 57 Total $1,010 44 SEWliR FUND. Ann Arbor Sa vings Bank, accounts assigned them :is ïollows: Martin A dámsohack, labor.15"?5 George Flowers, labor 3 37 Cha-.. Moore, labor 6 75 Autaist Kettii-h, labor. 18 60 Christian Walz, labor 13 Sö Charles Sobrepper, labor '■', DO Win. Errinanu. labor 11 10 Peter Peterson, labor 10 80 Lewis Lucas, labor 22 SO August Boehnke, labor 7 G.ï Philip Lavere, labor 5 4U Charles Walker, labor 9 52 August Arndt, labor S 17 William Colgrove, labor 13 57 Charles Winkle, labor lti 95 Williara Pike, labor ' 5 02 Jeüerson Lewis, labor 2 10 EdwardBull - 135 Charles Schrepper, labore.6 13 Barney Langer, labor 12 MO Lewis Lucas, labor 8 85 August Arudt, labor 7 65 Wm. Colgrove, labor 2 70 August Retiich, labor 17 85 Charles Mauser, labor 10 95 William Schneider, labor.... 14 10 Julius Nimz, labor 16 85 Richard Suppel, labor 19 20 Julius Betke, labor 16 0 Nlcbolas Hinderlong. labor.. 3 45 Alexander Sclilup, labor 7 6 ïheobolt Martini, labor 6 75 John F .Gross, labor... 5 40 George Henry, labor 6 30 William Stoü, labor 2 70 Philip Leaver, labor 65 Jacob Moegle, labor 4 20 Chas. Sagej-, labor 6 90 Mictiael Heary, labor 16 50 Myron Mills, labor 5 55 Chas. Haeuser, labor 13 6 Christian Jetter, labor 17 85 Charles Long. labor 8 85 Charles Colé, labor 17 10 Harry Braithlre, iabor. 20 56 Kred Mills,' labor 6 90 Cari Brush, labor 39 20 Ernest Gutekunst, labor 6 30 (inuüeb Finkbeiner, labor... 17 85 Paul Tessmer, labor 15 iz Julius Schultz, labor.... 7 65 Georse La re-re, iabor 12 33 Charles Colgrove, labor. - 6 90 Herman Scheve, labor 13 65 William Bird, labor 17 10 Chas. Walker, labor 6 75 Harry O'Gradv, labor 6 15 Chas. Glasser. labor SI 60 William Kretlow, Iabor 2 10 f Lewis Lucas, labor 2 70 ramea Parsons labor 3 K7 VaUmfine Aleer, labor. 4 20 DaVid Eahr. iabor 14 40 Willium Stoll.labor 3 6o MichaelMcPresken, labor ... 9 60 Fred Haarer.labor 2 10 William Krdmann, labor 2 70 Michael Kenny, labor 5 55 Fred Ulrich, labor 11 85 H. Looker, labor 20 70 Christian Wal?., labor 12 37 John Ryau, labor 5 40 Jetfersóu Lucas, labor 2 70 TohuCirnes, labor 5 40 ('laúd Gage, labor... 75 Julius Betke, la.bor 2 10 August Malkenthin, labor. , 20 7u Wm. Suhneider. labor 4 88 Charles Scheider, lebor 7 65 Williaui Colgrove. labor 7 65 Oscar Och rader, labor 14 70 John F. Gross, Iabor 7 65 August Boehnke, labor 12 90 August Tessmer, labor 8 10 Thebold Martiui. labor 9 OH William Alien, labor 6 75 Michael Williams, labor s ;0 Charles Haeuser, labor 7 05 Nicholas Hinderlong, labor.. 7 65 Christian Bonine, labor 13 35 William Piske. labor 11 40 Charles Glasser, labor 4 fü Michael Herey, iabor 7 05 Herman Zolz, iabor .... 13 20 lacob Moegle, labor 7 65 Harry O'Grady, labor 7 65 Bert Bailey, labor-... 8 40 Geo. Masón, labor 6 75 AJfred Cook, labor 21 45 ('has. i olgrovo, labor 6 30 FrcdHiiHz labor 6 15 Herman Hennig, labor 4 05 Christian Roehm, labor. 3 45 lolin Downs, labor .' 5 40 Geo. Boettger, labor 4 80 Harry GarTand, labor ÍS 90 Thomas CUaikins, labor 4 65 Wm. Stoll, labor 6 00 Ernest Gutekunst. labor 1 35 Chas. Winkln, labor, 15 97 Cha-1. Raab, labor 6 75 Philip Lavere, labor : '7 72 Cieo. Laere', labor 45 Julius Reuter, laoor., 9 45 Emil Kahr. laoor 5 40 Frank Rutbenbtieeher, labor 6 75 John Gant, lat. OÍ' 5 40 George Heniy, labor 4 35 George Ebei'wein, labor 5 40 Albert Marsh, labor 5 40 Harry l;ra;hiri, labor 10 65 John Krumri. iabor 23 66 James Parsons. labor 5 62 David Tayior, labor 6 60 Jacob Maúrer. labor 6 15 William Moward. labor. 26 19 Adolph Fiukbeiner, labor 9 60 Barney Mast, labor 14 t6 Chorles Sager, labor 7 65 i onrad Lehman, labor 25 65 Jacob Kies, labor 7 05 August Ai'ndt, labor 9 24 AlbertRettich, labor 2 92 Wií ■ Fletciier, labor 'Z 70 ('has. Walker, labor .' 9 00 Barney Langei, laöor 8 4!) Mathias Suholerle, labor 2 70 Charles Schrepnur. labor 7 65 JohaBurns, labor 8 45 Michael Keuny, labor 2 70 John Keru, labor... 1147 Uarl llaueser, labor 18 90 Total i 1,311 66 L. C. Weinmaiin, accounts assigned to him, as íollows: Charles Schneider, labor 5 10 John Gross, labor 1 ■ 20 Chas, Waiar, labor 15 42 Charles Schaetder, labor 6 90 August Jahr, labor 13 05 Henry 01 tmaler, labor 2 70 Charles Wyara, labor 11 17 John Gross, labor 7 35 Total $ 71 89 Emil Golz, accounts assigned him, as foilows: George Masón, labor. 6 90 Hatrv O'Grady, labor tí 30 William Kuehn, labor 4 80 Tot:il $ 18 00 Albert Hettieh, labor 12 22 Daniel Elven, labor. 8 17 Alexander Schlup, labor 5 40 Jolui liyaii, labor 7 50 .iolin línriis. labor, 7 50 Joün Zebbp, labor 4115 Dary Wbitley, labor aio George Piucber, labor. ... 4 05 A. Schlup, Inbor ñ 10 Geo. Boettger, labor 8 32 Jefferson Lewi, labor 4 35 Fred Weinberü, labor ó 40 George Henry, labor 3 75 Charles Glaser, labor 4 05 August Molkenthen, labor.. 1 4 05 Jacoo Maurer, labor 3 45 Chas, vvinkle, labor 10 34 John Ktummri, labor 45 Peter Peterson, labor 45 Harry Bragluri, labor 2 70 Gottlieb Finkbeiner, labor 7 50 Martin Adamscbeck, labor 6 15 ïchacl VValsh, labor 22 95 Samuel Pike, labor 3 90 .)ulius Nimz, labor 0 25 Harry Kayuske, labor 5 15 Albeit SiHflVn, la-bor 3 10 Williaui Fleteher, labor 2 92 Alfrod Cook, labor 5 62 Fred Hiutz, labor 2 70 Mathew Sclimerly, labor 75 Gustave Walters, labor ]3 95 John Holk, labor 13 65 Albert Marsh, labor 2 70 Bert Hailey, Iabor 2 lü George Ma'son, Inbor 2 70 John Uvan, labor 2 70 Thomas Clarken, labor 2 70 Emil Kahr, iubor 45 Julias Heuter, labor 2 70 William Coigrove, labor 2 70 Richard Supnle, labor '. 10 95 Williamötoli, :bor 2 42 John Johnke, labor 14 70 Alexaucler Sohiup, labor 6 !7 t'onrad Lehman, labor 5 02 Harry Garlaud, labor 2 70 Uñarles Colgróve, labor 2 70 Frank Suthei land, labor 45 37 Charles Krumrt, labor 23 S! Frank Sohultz, labor 23 40 Aumist AlaJkeutin, labor 1 80 Charles Haase, labor 13 65 CarlBruch, labor 13 42 Julius Sehultz, labor... 2 70 Adolph W altera, labor 24 60 Edward Essllnger. labor 3 60 August RetticE, labor 3 6t August Boehnke, labor 4 05 Geo. Henry, labor 3 00 Fred vJrie'b, labor 3 15 Barney Langer, labor 2 70 Kichard Zebbe. labor 17 40 Chris, lioiiine, labor... 1 0 August J bar, labor 11 lo Charles Haeuser, labor 2 10 Albert yetfike, labor 5 62 Miebael Williams, labor 2 70 Charles Schi-epper, laDOr 1 35 Barney Mast, labor 76 Adolph FeiDkbeiner, labor - 2 02 Wm. Sehpeidr. Inbor 200 Charles Sager, labor.. 45 Ernest Gucekunst, labor 45 Oscar Sohrader. labor 4 05 Gottlieb Walters, labor 15 45 .Tohn F. Gross, labor 2 70 Herxiian Zulz, labor 4ö Lcouaid lilake, labor 10 65 Charles Walker, iabor 2 70 Adolpli Betke, labor 4.") Jefferson Lewis, lubr 2 70 Wiiham Ffelske, labor - 00 Jaeoli Kies. labor 4 05 Cbrlstian Jetter, labor , 8 40 Charles Cele, labor 10 50 Charles Hausen, labor 9 00 William "ird, labor 4 95 Antón Otto, labor 9 45 Charles Glaser, labor 4 05 William Allen, labor - - 2 05 Hermau Scheve, labor -- 1 05 Jacob Moetfle, labor 2 70 Charles Bart, labor 9 7S Philip Lavere, la&or x 70 Geo. Kisher, labor 2 70 John Byrns, labor 2 70 John Burns, labor 1 35 Valentino Alger. labor 2 70 William Piske, labor. ' 2 70 Michael McPresken, Iabor 9 07 Herman Bueholz. labor 1 35 August Ardt, labor 2 70 Aiisuet Pommeiing, labor.. 2 62 John Downs, labor 2 70 Jonri Cairns, labor i . 1 35 Frank Hurt. labor 4 80 Adolph Betke, labor 8 24 Fred Haarer, labor 2 70 Michael Heary, labor 75 Kobert Leonard, labor 1 50 August Herman. labor 3 45 David Ti.ylor, labor 2 70 Miebael iiinzelmaun, iabor 1 8," Willi-m Kretlow, labor 4 05 Charle Ka ib, labor 2 70 James tieeman, labor 1 35 faul Tessmer, labor 5 40 Cbnstiaa Larmie, labor 8 10 William EükenmíiiU!. labor 2 7' William Kayuske, labor 1 35 John Miller. labor I :j5 Edward Miller. labor 1 35 John Nowlaud, labor 45 GS Fred Uadke. laboi 1 87 Albert Glassnap, labor 1 &5 John McArttier, labor 3 45 Jtüius Betke. labor.. 135 James Parsqns, labor 2 70 Walter Rogéis, labor 60 John Gross, labor 2 70 Christian Walt., labor 135 Geo. Lavere, labor 2 70 Henry Oltnieier, labor 4 80 Daniel Flnn, labor 2 70 Geo. Boeuger. labor 2 70 Christian Dieterle, labor 1 35 Geo Ebrwein. labor 2 70 John Gran t, labor _ 135 Chas. Cox, labor 6 75 Patrick McCabe, labor 28 35 Fred Schumacher, labor 3 45 Alexander Sohlnp, labor ■ 7 05 Charles Moore, labor 6 10 C. E. Godfi-ey, team labor 60 35 Daniel Crawford, teamlabor 6 60 Nelson Sutherlaud, teamlabor 6 30 K. J. Koffers, 3 wheel barrows 4 50 Grossman & Scblenker, supplies ü 29 A. G Schmidt, blacksniitbing 5 26 Esslinger Bros., blacksinithing 4 25 S. Wood & Co., lumber andsewer pipe 213 94 Lewis Robde, cement audsewerpipe.. 268 47 C. Eberbach, supplies 10 88 Herman Krapf, supplies 2 55 James Tolbert, lumber and pipe 73 15 Lake Shore Foundry, ron pipelSinah 259 7S Sehuh & Muehlig, supplies &c 33 12 Godírey J. liremer, 1 jack serew 1 50 Michigan (Central Kailroad Co., freigaf 011 .iack screws 2 47 Michigan Central Kailroad Co., f reight on sewer pipe 149 40 T.a. A. & N. M. Railroad Co., iron pipe frelght 22 02 r. A. A. & N. M K. R. Co., freiírht sewer pipe 590 10 P. L. Bodmer, lumber 41 39 Christina Carey, servlng meáis 5 75 Dean & Co., lanterna and oil 9 56 WillisOlárk, lahor 27 75 Patrick Keed, labor _ 37 80 Edward Byoraft, team labor 3 10 Nelson Sutherland, salary 66 6ü Geo. V. Key, eugineer salary 150 00 Will II. Koseuoranz. salary 6 87 Postal Telegraph Cable Co.. telejrams 1 10 Aun Albor Engine & Boiler Works, manholes &c 137 70 Geo. Miller & Sou, pump 10 75 Kaiamazoo Foundry A: Machine Co,, jack screws, ll 15 H. F. Shields, lunch aild dinners 14 60 Mrs. J, Walker, 20meals 5 00 Geo. H. Pond, expenses to Toledo, O. 4 00 Farmers & Mechanics Bank, accounts assigned tuem as follows: Jacob Maurer, labor 6 90 Christian Deiterle, labor H 55 Fred Weinburg, labor 9 75 Lawrence Hughs, labor 20 55 Dan Flynn, labor 9 45 John Byrnes, labor 29 39 Christian Deiterle, labor 6 00 Jacob Groes, labor 675 Johnathan Drake, labor 15 00 Henry üuo, labor 8 00 Wm liurns, labor 3 30 Michael McPresken, labor... 6 97 Michael Williams, labor 15 Oil Charles Williams, labor 6 10 Charles Btirt. labor 8 40 William Feiske, labor 15 15 John Uyan, labor 405 Jacob Maurer, labor 4 05 Chas. Kroger, labor 8 10 Gi'orge Schhmmer, labor 11 66 Hewis NowJand, labor 2 02 Charles Cox, labor 1185 John Burns, labor 10 04 Total '. $ 223 93 State Savings BanK, accouui ssignea them as follows: Henry Otto. labor 6 15 Geo. Fioher, labor 6 90 Peter Peterson, labor 10 35 Johu liurns. labor 6 15 Geo. Fisher. labor 10 27 Lawrence Hughs, labor .. 9 37 Gottlieb Kugath, labor 10 65 Fred Mills, labor , 5 85 George Henry. hibor 1 95 Myron Mills, labor. --V 16 August Teesmer, labor 10 80 Charles Sager, labor 7 50 Charles ('olgrove, labor 8 8ó Charles Cox, labor.... 11 10 JuliusSchnltz, labor 10 Fred Ulrlch, labor lo su Henry utto, labor 8 25 Johnathan Drake, labor 10 35 Geo. Fisher, labor 8 17 Charles Bart, labor 11 10 Harry Kayuske, labor 10 20 James Parson, labor 4 05 George Allmenclinger, labor. 8 85 üarnèy Mast, labor 14 60 Alexander Sclilup, labor 9 ÍS David Rahr, labor ls ; i Charles Kresrer, labor 80 Peter Hlnderlong, labor l 35 James Barson, labor s " John Johnke. labor 15 60 Edward Hurd, labor 1 85 Charles Kreger, labor. ;j B7 Wni. Burns, labor 135 ; Geo . Boettger, labor 1 35 Total $ 277 38 Ohlo Valley Fire Clay Co., sewer pipe bilis from Nor. 1, to Dec. 1893. . . chdmed $2,550 88 1,850 99 Beakes & Curtías time books. 23 00 Bobinson & Howlett, use of team 6 00 Total $6,979 01 STREET FÜKD. N. Sutherland, horse and cart 4 56 Miehael Heary, team labor 7 70 Frank Dujrdale, labor.. 1 50 Jacob Hoegle, labor 4 05 Total { ir si BRIDGE, Ct'LVEHT AND 0BOSSWALK FÜND. Bennet Freneh, snow piowin? (i 00 Elias Saddler, ■■ " : mi Martín Nagle, " " (i 00 Jese Smitfi, " " R 0 Geo. Selilimmer. " " (i 00 Julius Weinberg, " " 4 5'i John McHujrh, " " ti 00 Fred üartlett, " ■ g 00 Thomas Hannon, " " 450 Chauncey M. Thompson, rep, erossingr 3 90 Qus.tave Waltere, labor 135 Charles Glaser, labor 27e Miehael Williams,, labor 4 05 Willis Clark, labor _ 7 42 John A. Kobinson, snow plowin 6 00 J. 1'. Judson, repairins crosswalks 10 80 P. L. Uodrner, lumber, clainied $105.20. 162 45 Total $ 198 67 FIRE DEPARTMENT FÜND. Fred Sipley, salarv 60 00 C. A. Edwards, sálary 50 00 Louis Hoelzle, salary 50 00 Henry McLaren, salary 50 00 Max Wittlinjfer, salary 50 00 Albert West, salary 45 00 Herman Kiru, salary 40 00 Eugene Williams, salary 40 00 John Kenny, salary .; 8 00 Sam McLaren, salary 8 00 Wm.Retticb, 8 00 Edward Huelzle, salary s 00 illiamL. Sehuierle, alary 8 00 Mrs. li. Kuam, washiug 5 00 D. Hiscock & Son, coal 17 40 S. Wood & Co., lumber : 51 Geo. V. Seybold, blacksrnithing-.. 20 95 Fred Sipley. freijrlit 83 Bwathel Kyer & Peterson, corn 4 25 E. B, Preston & Ccsuppllea 9 00 J. E. Harkins, supplies 14 97 Total $500 41 pclice ersi). Charles Wheeler, salary 65 00 David Collins, salury 50 00 Noble C. Tice, salary " 50 0(1 Christian Brenner, special pólice 2 00 Total $ icr 00 POOR FUSD. Fred Sipley, salary 10 00 G. W. Seybold, repairs 2 00 Pred Sipley, freischt on wood 7 20 A. G. Mclntyre, wood 32 50 Williarn Fletcher, labor 1 50 Doty & Feiner, slioes 3 75 Edward Duffy, groceries. l; 03 John Eisele, groceries 6 75 Mrs. Ann Evans, aid 5 00 Eberbach Drug Co., medicine 1 40 John Goetz Jr., groceries 10 30' D. Hiscock & Son, coal 6 60 The J. T.Jacobs Co..clothing 5 76 John Goetz &Bon, groceries 16 94 Williarn F, Lodholz, groceries 12 50 Williíim H. Mclntyre, groceries. 12 95 O. M. Martin, ooffln...." lu 00 U'Hara&Boyle, sroceries 6 85 Caspar Rinsey, groceries 13 72 Kinsey & Seabolt, groceries lñ 77 L. Kohde.coal 24 50 C. W. ófrel. meat 3 51 W. D. Vojtel, meat 2 71 ( liarles .iiti, meat _ 4 75 Wahr & Mlller, shoes 14 00 Total ï 243 89 OEMETERY FUND. James Tolbert, lamber 1 56 WATER FÜXD. Ann Arbor Water Co., Cmonths water bilí, claimed 12,902.50 2.S15' 00 BECAPITULATiON. Conting-entFund T 1,010 44 Sewer Fund 6,979 01 Street Fund 17 81 Bridge. Culvert and Crosswalk Fund. 195 67 Fire Fund 500 41 Pólice Fund 167 00 Poor Fund 243 89 Cemetery Fund ' 1 56 Water Fund 2.S15 00 Total $11,930 00 Respectfully submitted. Walter L. Taylor, Frank Wood, WlLLIAM IlERZ, Pinance Committee. Accepted and recommendation concurred iii and warrants ordered drawn for the sums stated as follows: Yeas - Aid. Schairer, Herz, Martin, Snow, Wood, Ferguson, Taylor, Kitson, Pres. Watts- 9. Nays, Aid. Wagner and Manly- 2. Aid. Manly explained his vote as being on the ground that there was no legal right for boarding any of the men engaged on the sewer and also that the board of public works had no right to work the men for inore than ten hours. Aid. Wagner explained lus vote on the grouud that the water bill was allowed at too large an,amouut, owing to the shortage of water last summer. Aid. Taylor, of the Finance committee, reported the bill of Clay Greene for H months rent for the city offices, S43.74, and recommended its allowance. xVld. Manly moved that the bill be recommitted to the Finance committee. Aid. Martin moved that the bill be laid on the table. Adopted. Aid. Taylor, of the Finance committee reported the bill of the Grand Rapids Lithographing Co., for 90, for engraving sewer bonds and recommended its allowance. Aid. Taylor moved that the report be adopted andjthe clerk be directed to draw a warrant for the sum stated therein. Adopted as follows. Yeas- Aid. Schairer, Wagner, Ilerz, Martin, Snovv, Wood, Ferguson, Taylor, Manly, Kitson, Pres. Watts - 11. Nays - None. Aid. Taylor, of the Finance committee, reported the bill of Prof. Greene for $250 without recommendation. Aid. Schairer moved that the bill be allowed. Aid. Manly moved that the bill be laid upon the table. Adopted. On motion of Aid. Wood the Council adjourned until Thursday next at 7.30 p. m. Slerk.

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