COUNC1L C II AMBER, i Ann Arbor, September 6th, 1897. f Eegular session. Calied to order by Pres. Luick. Roll called. Quorum present. Absent Aid. Mooie, Sweet, Brown Soule, Coon. COMJIUNICATION FKOM THE MAYOK To the Common Couneil: I have this day appointed Clinton .T Snyder a special policeman to act ii and about the opera house without ex pense to the City of Ann Arbor. Chas. E. Hiscock, Mayor. Sept. 4, 1897. Eeceived and ordered filed. PETITIONS AND COMMUNICATIONS. To the Common Couneil: The Board of Review of the assess menú roll of Lateral Sewer Distric No. l in said City of Ann Arbor, do hf reby certify to the Common Counci in said City that they have duly con sidered the assessment roll of the Lateral Sewer District No. 6 of the latera sewer systern of said city as certified by the City Assessor of said city and after due consideration of said roll they have approved and do hereby approve said assessment roll and of the estimation and determinatlon of the value of each parcel of land sitúate therein as therein set down by said Assessor and altered and confirmed by this Board and all matters and things therein contained. C. H. Cady, Chairman Board of Review. Glen V. Mills, Clerk. Alá. Kocli moved that the report be accepted and approved by the Council Adopted as follows: Yeas- Aid. Hamilton, Grossman Koen, Dell, Vaudawarker, llhodes Spathelf, Danforth, Cady, Pres. Luick -10. Nays- None. To the Common Council: The Board of JFire Commissioners most earnestly protest against youi action in removing the telephone placed by them in the residence of Mr. ffm. H. Mclntyre for iire protectipn, to the residence of the Marshal and request that you take immediate steps to again place a telephone in the residence of Mr. Mclntyre for fire protection. Bespectfully submitted, Glen V. Mills, Clerk Board of Fire Commissioners. Referred to Fire Department Committee. To the Common Council: The Board of Public Works herewith present the following estímate for completed work in sewer districts No. 6 and 7. Respectfully submittcd, Glen V. Mills, Clerk of the Board of Public Works. ENGINEER'S FOURTI1 ESTÍMATE. LATERAL SEWER DISTRICT NO'. 6. Excavation, etc. 8 to 10 ft., 1102 ft. at Xic Í253 46 10 to 12 ft., 451 ft. at álc 13a 61 12 to 14 ft., 486 ft. at Mc 194 40 $581 47 Pipe. 8 in. sewer pipe, 1,310 ft. at llo. .$144 10 4 in. sewer piue, 3Sfi ft. at 5c. - 19 30 10 in. sewer pipe, 323 ft. at 14c. 45 22 20S 62 Manholes, etc. 4 manholes at $25 00 each 100 00 3fiushtanks at $54 00 each lt!2 00 ] lamphole at $5.00 5 00 Total estímate $1.057 09 Less 10 per cent per contract 105 70 Amount due contractor $ 951 üy Geo. F. Key, City Engineer. Aid. Dell moved that the Council concur in the recommendation of the Board and order a warrant drawn in payment of the same. Adopted as follows: Yeas - Aid. Hamilton, Grossman, Koch, Dell, Vandawarker, Rhodes, Spathelf, Danforth, Cady, Pres. Luick -10. Navs - Xone. Ann Arbor, Mich., Sept. 4, 1897. EXGIBEER'S FIRST ESTÍMATE. SEWER DISTRICT NO. T. Excavation, etc m ft. at 30c per ft $ 29 70 1542.8 ft. ;it 4iic per ft 617 12 1147.2 ft. at45c per ïc ölti 2-t 81,163 06 Sewer pipe, etc. 18(14 ft. 8 in. pipe at 12c per ft.. $216 48 998 ft. 4 in. pipe at 6c per ft.... 5!) 88 G6 Y's at 45e eaco 29 70 306 06 Manholes, etc. 3 manholes ;it $25.00 eacb ï 75 00 1 flushtank at $60.00. fiü 00 2 manholes at 2fi.00 each 52 00 3 lampholes at ÍS.00 each 24 00 2 lampholes at Í7.00 eucli 14 00 , 225 00 Total estímate 5M,íí 12 Less 10 per cent. per contract ltin 41 Amount due contructor $1,524 71 Geo. F. Key, City Engineer. AU1. Koch moved that the Cöuncil concur in the recommendation of the Board and order a warrant drawn in payment of the same. Adopted as follows: Yeas - Aid. Hainilton, Grossman, Kocli, Dell, Vandawarker, Khodes, Spathelf, Danforth, Cady, Pr,es. Luick -10. Nays - None. EHGINEEB'S ESTÍMATE FOR SHEDS AT BEAU OF ENGINE HOUSE. The dimensions are 24x66 ft., plate 12 ft. high, roof sloping to west, east -front 26 ft. high, loft over entire building for storing hay, straw, etc. Walls to be 8 in. brick on stone footing. Designed to have two wagon sheds, roller shed, box-stall and buggy shed, coal bins, etc. Roof of corrugated iron. Estimated cost: Masonry $660 00 Oarpcutry 235 00 Ironwoik 105 00 Total estímate 11,000 00 Geo. F. Key, City JËngineer. Referred to the Fire Department Committee. The f ollowing bids for coal were presented to the Council: Hard. Carmel. Steam. Henry Richards 15 9M S5 and $6 $3 99 ] Michael Staebler 5 85 4 75 3 20 I IiOUi8Rohde.. 6 00 5 00 4 50 Aid. Dell moved that the Council accept the bid of Michael Staebler tor furnishing coal for the ensuing year. Adopted as follows: Yeas - Aid. Hamilton, Grossman, Koch, Dell, Vandawarker, Rhodes, Spathelf, Daniorth, Cady, Pres. Luick -10 Nays - None. The Clerk presented the invitation trom the Civic-Philanthropic Conference to the Council to attend their meeting at Battle Creek, October 12-17 1897. Aid. Hamilton moved that Pres Luick ta&e the necessary steps to ac cept such invitation. Adopted. A petition signed by Arthur G. Hal and Ü7others, askiug ior improvenient on E. iJniversity ave., was read and re ferred to.the Street Ooinniittee. A petition signed by Win. Arnolc and 14 others, asking for a brick cross walk on the north side of Liberty across First, was read and referred to the Sidewalk Committee. KEPORTS OF STANDING COMMITTEES FINANCE. To the Common Council. Your Committee on Finance woalc respectfully report that they have hac the íollowiñg bilis under consideratioi aud would recommend their approva and that warrants be ordered drawi in payment of the same: Respectfully submitted, Arthur Brown, Michael Grossman, Committee on Finance CONTINGENT FÜND. Glen V. Mills, salary $ S3 34 Patrick O'Hearn " S3 34 Thomas D. Kearney, salary 50 (X Edward L. Seyler, " 8 3i Geo. L. Moore, board of review _ 3 00 F. M. Hamilton, " " 3 0 John. Koch, " " 3 00 Mieliael Grossman " " 3 00 J. A. Dell, " ' 3 00 Geo. W. S weet, ' " 3 01 Arthur Brown, " " 3 (X J?. Vandawai'ker, " '■ 3 OU G. C. Bhodtís, " " 3 00 Geo. Spathelf, Jr., " " 3 00 Harrison Souie, " " 3 00 H. I'. Danforth " ' 3 00 C. H. Cady, " " 3 00 M. E. Easierle, janitor 1" 00 Mrs. C. A. Greene, rent 29 1" Geo. F. Key, salary lufl 00 TheCook House, meals 3 00 Bailey &. Edmunds, repairs 2 1( Ann Arbor Argus, printing 19 li Glen V. Mills, postage 1 75 T. Riee Miner, expert services.. 25 0 Engineering News, subscription 5 W Anñ Arbor Electric Co., lighting 530 Sö W. W. Wetmore, supplies 5 15 lohn CoDde, drayage 2i Kalamazoo Publishingr Co., dater 3 1( Postal Tel.-Cable Co., telegrams 2 7: Pittsburg Reduction Co., aluminum.95 (K E. L. Seyler, postage 2 00 Farmers & Mechantes Bank, accts. assigned 19 53 Sid W. Millard, printing 7 50 U. S. Express Co., express 85 American Express, express 40 Farmers & Mechanics Bank, accts. assigned 39 12 Total $ 1,172 6u SEWER FL'ND- GENERAL. loehreim & Krauss, labor $ 7 67 farmers & Mechanics Bank, accounts assigned 15 00 DISTRICT NO. 6. E. W. Groves, salary 8 75 00 district.no. 7. Frank Sutherland, inspector $ 4125 Tntnl Ut 15Ï8 O9 BRIDGE, CCLVERT AND CROSSWALK FUND. Farmers & Mechanics Bank, accts. assigned --- $ 766 59 James Tolbert, lumber 134 Oi EInaer L. ttrown, plank 19 87 .Christ Bonnin, labor 75 Total S 911 24 STREET ÏDND. Farmers & Mechanics Bank, acets. assig-ned $2,176 33 Christ Weinmann, labor 2 25 W. F.Lodbolz, aect. assigned _ 5 70 Daniel Hiscoek, coal 20 X Daniel Hiscock, gravel 8 üO James Donnet?aD, repairs 21 75 C. W. Gill, lumber.. 5 57 Hunter & Chapín, repairs 6 92 A. G. Schmidt, repairs. 2 70 Jxrais Rohde, suppl'ies 29 67 Btark & Gartee, signs 1 OC Wm. J. Wenger, repairs... 4 20 Esslinger Bros., repairs 4 00 Hurd-Uolmes Co., supplies 3 7u Ann Arbor Agricultural Co., grates.. 7 52 (J. K. Godfrey, drayage __ 50 Fred Davis, labor 750 Frank Sutherland, labor 17 55 George H. Fisher, labor IS 'J0 Michael Gauss, gravel 7 25 Glen. V. Mills, acct. assigned 4 00 Daniel J. Ross, salary 66 66 3d. Bycraft, grave] ij 50 Geo. W. Seybold, repairs and supplies, 55 40 Total $2,491 43 PÓLICE FUND. Zenas Sweet, salary $ 75 00 euben Armbruster, salary 50 00 xeorge Isbell, salary 50 00 ohn O'Mara, salary 50 00 )avid Collias, salary 50 00 Vin. Eldert, special 4 00 lenry Meuth, special 4 00 Clinton J. Snyder, special 4 00 Jiarence Sweet, special 4 00 'atrick Irwin, special 4 00 liornas Blackburn, special 4 00 Paul Schall, special 4 00 Total. $ 303 (i0 FiRE DEPARTMENT FUND, ï'red Sipley, salary $ 60 00 }. A. Edward-s smary 55 00 V. H. McLaren, salary 50 00 lax Wittlinger, salary 50 00 Albert West, salary 50 00 Sugene Williams, salary 50 00 ierman Kim, two months' salary 100 ÜO amuel JlcLaren, salary 5u 00 dwarfl Hoelzle, salary 40 00 Charles Carroll, salary 20 00 V. L. Schuierle, salary 8 00 Seorjre Hoelzle, salary 8 00 Vm. Kettich, salary A. W. Üorg, salary 8 00 jouis Hoelzle, salary 5 40 Sd. Hill, salary 2 no Irs. lieam, washing 12 00 Vm. llerz, paint 14 20 cbumacher & Miller, medicine 1 00 oodale & Co., brun 3 U0 eo. H. Brown, polish 1 50 iearns & Cornell, horse shoeing lts 70 amesDonegan, " " " 6 00 ' vv. ShepberÜ, subscription 3 00 J. J. Malloy, supplies 11 05 Total $ t35 45 POOR I'UND. Fred Sipley, salary $ 10 00 Fred Sipley, railroad fiire and hotel bilis.. 16 00 John Burns, groeeries 1 60 ?. Bigalke, grooerles 5 00 Davis & Seabolt, groeeries 9 66 C. G. Dariing, services 3 00 id. iJuffy, groceries : 00 )oty& Ftiner, slioes 1 00 John Goetz, Jr., groceries 5 5t5 JohnGoetz & Son, groceries 1 63 G. lloeffer, groceries 4 oo L. Jaeger, meat 25 mbrose Kearney, groeeries 5 94 baríes Lutz, meat i U0 V. F. JjOdholz. groeeries 7 31 Manu Uros., medicine 45 Wru. 11. Mclntyre, groceries 9 35 .[. H. Maynard, groceries 2 00 Mrs. K. M. Nebel, rent 2 (0 O'Hara & Boyle, irroceries 2 00 O. II. .Martin, coftin 10 00 Rinsey & Seaboit, groceries 18 51 O. Kinsey, groceries 5 8U Geo. Spathelf, meat 1 00 w. F. stimson, gTOceries 5 90 L. C. Weinman, meat 1 50 Total .- $ 134 96 CKMETKHY FDND. Nelson Garliughouse, labor S 25 50 tíeorge W. Weeks, labor 9 50 Total g 34 00 KECAriTULATION, A0OOST, 1897. Contingent Fund 11,173 60 Sewer l-'und, sïeneral 22 67 WO.6 75 0(1 No. 7 4125 Bridge, Culvert and Crosswalk Fund911 24 Street Fund : 2.4H1 4-i Pólice Fund 303 60 Firemen's Fund 635 45 foor Fund 134 98 Cemetery Fund :J4 00 Total $5,822 20 Adopted as follows: Yeas - Alci. Hamilton, Grossmau, Koch, Dell, Vandawarker, Rhodes, Spatlielf, Danforth, Oady, Pres. Luick -10. Naya- iN on e. ORDINAXCE. Chairrnan Cady introduced au ordinance entitled "AnOrdii'iance relative to the Public Health"' which was given its tirst reading by title. Aid. Danfortü moved tliat the ordinance be given its second reading. Adopted. Whereupon theordinance was given its second readiug by sections. STREETS. ïo the Comrnon Council: Your Comrnittee on Streets would recommend that the necessary catchbasins be constructed at the corner of Monroe and E. University ave. and at the corner of Washtenaw and S. University aves. so as to turn the storm water gathering at these points into the sewer the' same to be used until storm sewers are construeted to take care of such water or the capacity of the sewers require some other disposal. Respectfully subuiitted, C. H. Cady, J. A. Dell, Michael Grossman, G. C. Rhodes, Comujittee on Streets. Adopted as follows: Yeas - Aid. Hamilton, Grossman, Koch, Del), Vandawarker, Rhodes; Spathelf, Danforth, Cady, Pres. Luick -10. Nays- None. To theCommon Council: Your Committee on Streets would recommend that $400 be appropriated to scrape off the mud, grade, gravel and roll N. Main street from Catherine street north to the A. A. R. R. crossing or to the extent of the appropriation. And further your committee would reeommend that the Board of Public Works be ordered to gravel that portion of División street where necessary between Huron and Jefferson and thoroughly roll the same also grade and complete with gravel the iutersections of Washington, Liberty and Wil liaras streets. ESTÍMATE FOR TURNPIKING MAIN ST., CATHERINE TO SDMM1T. Spiking roadway S 23 60 Shaping " J32 00 Rolling " 45 5U Total estimate Ï500 00 Geo. F. Key, City Engineer Respectfully submitted, C. II. Cady, J. A. Dell, Michael Grossman, G. C. Rhodes, Committee on Streets Adopted as follows: Yeas- Aid. Hamilton, Grossman Koch, Dell, Vandawarker, Rhodes, Spathelf, Danforth, Cady, Pres. Luick - T0. Nays - None. To the Common Council: Your Committee on Streets would recommend that the City Engiueei furnish an estimate for grading Ann st. between Ingalls and Thirteenth, also a grade for the gutter on the north side of Packard across Wells. And further that $50 be appropriated to grade, gravel and roll Hill st. between Packard and Allen'sCreek, also $50 to grade and repair Eighth st. And further that the Board of Public Works be directed to scrape, gravel, where necessary, and roll Packard st. between State and the Junction and also place a two foot tile in the water course across Hill near Church. Respectfully submitted, C. HCady, J. A. Dell, M. Grossman, G. C. Rhodes, Committee on Streets. Adopted as follows: Yeas - Aid. Hamilton, Grossman, Koch, Dell, Vandawarker, Rhodes, Spathelf, Danforth, Cady, Pres. Luick -10. Nays - None. To the Common Council: Your Committee on Streets would recommend that no more stone, gravel, sand, street scrapings or dirt of any kind be drawn at the expense of the City of Ann Arbor on E. Huron between Thirteenth any Fourteentb sts: and further your Committee would recommend that the Board of Public Works direct the sewer contractor or any other flrm orperson having surplus stone, gravel or dirt, over which they have control, to draw the same to the stone yard, holes in the street or some place that will be of benefit to the people of the City of Ann Arbor. Respectfully submitted, Geo. L. Moore, C. H. Cady, J. A. Dell, Michael Grossman, Committee on Streets. Adopted as follows: Yeas - Aid. Hamilton, Grossman, Koch, Dell, Vandawarker, Spathelf, Danforth, Cady, Pres. Luick- 9. Nays- Aid. Rhodes. STREET AND BIDBWALK. To the Common Council: Your Committees on Streets and Sidewalks would recommend that the idewalk be graded on both sides of Seventn st. between Liberty and Jeferson. NGINEER'S ESTIMATE FOR GRADING ON SBVENTH STREET. ,(i00 cu. yds., at 15e per y cl $240 00 Geo. F. Key, City Engineer. Respectfully submitted, M. Grossman, J. A. Dell, G. C. Rhodes, C. H. Cady, Committee on Streets. Respectfully submitted, F. M. Hamilton, John Koch, Frank Vandawarker, Georgè Spathelf, Jr., H. P. Danforth. Committee on Sidewalks. Adopted as follows: Yeas- Aid. Hamilton, Grossman, Koch, Dell, Vandawarker, Rhodes, pathelf, Dunforth, Cady, Pres. Luick -10. Nays- None. (Continued on next page ) COUNCIL PROCEEDiNGS. Contiuued from Precediug Page. SIDEWALKS. T0 the Common Council. Your Committee oa bidewalks would .ecommend that brick erosswalks be Oa the east side of Ashley aeróos Washington. On tho west side of State across MonrOn the north side of Monroe across On the east side of Detroit across A.lso that plank crosswalks be ordered On the DOrth side of Washington .cross 3rd. Oa the north side of Williams across And that crosswalks be ordered repaired On the east side of 2nd across Williams, (with plank). On the north side of Williams across Main (vvith plank). On the west side of Thayer across N. pniversity Ave., (with tar). Respectfully submitted, F. M. Hamilton, John Koch, Frank Vandawarker. George Spathelf, Jr. H. P. Danforth, Committee on Sidewalks. Adopted as follows: Yeas - Aid. Hamilton, Grossman, Koch, Dell, Vandawarker, Rhodes, á pathei f, Danforth, Cady, Pres. Luick -10. Nays- None. To the Common Council: Your Committee on bidewalks would ■recommend that plank sidewalks be ordered built along the following streets and in front of the following nroperty. On the east side of N. First street between Miller Ave. and Kingsley Street property of McNally, Kitson, Karberg, farnam. On the west side of N. lst, between Ann and Miller Ave. On the north side of Williams be,Second,and Ashley. And that the following walks be ordered repaired. In front of No. 10 and 14 Miller Ave. with tar. And that the M. C. R. R. be directed to place a railing on the line of the walk leading to the viaduct at the l'oot of Detroit street. That the sidewalk on the east side of Lj. Pifth Ave írom Packard soutu "be laid on line. Respectfally submiited, F. M. Hauijltuii, John Koch, Geo. Spathelf, Jr. Frank Vandawarker, Horace P. Danforth, Committee on Sidewalks. Adopted as follows : Yeas - Aid. Harniliton, Grossman, Koch, Dell, Vandawarker, Rliodes, .Spathelf, Danforth, Cady, Pres. Luick -10. Nays - None. KEPORTS OF SPECIAL COMMITTEES. To the Common Council. Your Special Conimittee on the Boulevard Park would report that they have given the matter due consideration and have secured options on all ■of the necessary property on the north .side Of the river. Your committee would recommend that the council visit the same at their earliest opportunity. Respectfully submitted, J. A. Dell, G. C. Rhodes, John Koch, Special Committee. Adopted as follows : Yeas- Aid. Hamilton, Grossman, Koch, Dell, Vandawarker, Rhodes, .Spathelf, Danforth, Cady, Pres. Luick -10. Nays - None. REPOltTS OF CITY OFFICERS. The monthly reports of the City Treasurer, Superintendent of the Poor and City Marshall were presented to the council and ordered placed on file. To the Honorable the Common Council of the City of Ann Arbor: Ann Arbor, Micta., Aug. 2, 1897. I hereby certify that Edward L. Seyler, as Treasurer of the City of Ann Arbor, Mich., has on deposit in the Farmers & Mechanics Bank, this 2d day of Aug.,A. D. 1897, the sum of seven thousand nine hundred twenty-four and sxity one-hundredths dollars ($7,924.60). H. A. Williams, Teller, F. & M. Bank. G1TY TREASÜBER'S REPORT. ■Cverdraft on band, last report $ il92 81 MONEY RECEIVED. Oemetery fund Nelsou Garliughouse Saieof lots W 00 3?ire fund Sipley Fred Binding permit ï 00 Pólice íund Sweet Marshal _„ „, „. Fees for July, '87 7 20 f4 20 Total "08 04 MONEY DISBÜRSED. 'Contiusient lund $1270 19 Street fund 2208 73 Foor fund 1W '-'ü Bridge, Oulvert and Cr.osswalk fund 27o51 Pólice fund 2bO 00 Firemen's fund Ww 86 City Cemetery fund ' !'O Water fund 30o i 50 State Dog Tax 1 00_78TMS Total overdraft 3 14983 09 BALANCE ON HAND ■Contingent fund 4311 'X Street fund 13S1 " Poor fund ST3 85 Bridge, Culvert, and Crosswalk fund 33.13a Pollcefiuid „ SU 68 Firemen's fund 3'! !l City Cemetery fund 70 10 Water fund 1332 b Dog Tax fund 22100 Delinquent Tax Fund lbOi bo State Dog Tax 265 7 $ 5513 12 30496 2 5513 1 Total 8 ïisJöFw Respectfully submitted, E. L. Seyler, Treasurer. To the Common Council of the City o Ann Arbor: SEWER REPORT. -July 1. Balance on hand... 812870 ü MONEY RECEIVED. ■J uly 31. Tax Acc't Sewer No. 1 93 75 " 31 " " ' " 2 14! 64 " 31 3 439 13 ' 31 ' " " 4 30 88 ' 31 " ' 5 430 96 1142 1 Total 14018 7 July 31 MONEY DISBURSED. '" sewer, No. Ö " ■ 743 iA 827 58 Balance on band 1319121 BALANCE ON HAND. July 81, 1897. M-ain sewerfund. - )3S7 84 Labor acc't Dist. N.i..":. 39 90 - :' i:;.::. ín; Ë " :: "ï:::: " TmL " "3.... 1403 80 ■Liiibor " " 'i j oír a.. & ■ I:;;; 7T3W 86889 Labor " ;: :: 520r0(i ■ Delinquent SewerTax..::. H 51 S17295 40 04 19 4104 111 Balance on hand 51319121 Respectfully submitted, E. L. Seyler, Treasurer. Anx Arbor, Mich., Sept. 1, 1897. This is to certify that E. L. Seyler, ii'eas., has on deposit at the Farmers and Mechanies Bank the sum of $29,293 64. f. H. Belser. To the Common Council of the City of Ann Arbor: CITY TREASUKEK'S REPORT. Balance on hand, last report (overdrajt) 814.982 09 MONEY BECEIVEU. Bridge, Oulvert and Crosswalk Ross. ü J. oíd luniber, M C R R.13.75, Bridge No 3S10 23 75 Appropriation 5,000 00 Contingent Fuud Mills, G V, liceuses, SS9, Heat oí Greene Bldg, $15 . . 104 00 Appropriation 600 00 Cemetery Fund Garlinghouse N, sold lot. ... 25 00 Appropriation 100 00 Dog Fund Mills. GV.licenses 100 i iremans Fund Appropriation 7000 00 Poor Fund A ppropriation 2500 00 Pólice Fund Swect. Marshal, f ees for Aug'97 11 70 Appropriation 3000 00 Street Fund Paving driveway 5 00 Order paid 17 10 Iron sold toHutzel 2 20 Appropriation 150C0 00 University Aid 1! and Int Appropriation 3420 00 Water Fund Appropriation 6000 00 842809 75 Total on hand 27827 66 MONEY DISBUKSED Contingent fuud 1416 06 Street fund 1419 73 Poor f vind 127 82, Bridee. Culvert and Crosswalk fuud 1163 4S Pólice fund 291 00 Firemen'sfund 5U5 39 üity cemetery fund 15 75 Dos; tax fund 27 00 Total 5026 23 27827 66 5026 23 Balance on hand 22S01 43 BALANCE ON HAND. ontingent fund 3499 29 treet fund 267 18 3oor fund 2745 53 Bridge, culvert and crosswalk fund 488 04 'olice fund 2409 02 firemeivs f und 6H06 18 3ity cemetery fund 179 35 Vater fund 4667 40 )og tav fund 395 00 Jniversity Aid bond fund.. 3420 00 Delinquent tax fund 1607 S5 tate dog tax fund 263 75 Total 2407(5 46 1S75 03 alance on hand Aug 31, '97 822.801 43 Respectfully submitted, E. L. Seyler, City Treasurer. "o the Common Council of the City of Ann Arbor: Augl, '97. Bal on hand last report Y13,191 21 MONEY RECEIVED. AUJÍ Oí, ÍUIIIU ?ÜHf XUI1U, fund appro 532,000 00 Aug 31. t;ix acct lat sewer Nol 95 22 'ax acct lát sewer No 2 309 37 'ax :icct lat sewer No 3 1.4T8 49 'ix acct lat sewer No 152 48 'ax acct lat sewer No 5 334 32 5,509 SS 818,761 09 DISBÜRSEMENTS. Aug 31, Main Sewer warrants paid 39 00 Aus 31, Lat Sewer no U, warrants paid 1.(554 85 $1,693 85 Bal on hand 1T,O(5T 24 BAMANCE Otf HAND. Aug 31. Main sewer fund S 9,348 84 Uain sewer bond acct (appro) 3,200 00 jiibor acct lat sewer No. 1.. . 39 90 Tax ' Nol... 14144 jabor " " " No 2: . 27 38 l'ax ■■ ' " No 2... 759 13 Labor " " " No 3... 2,126 33 Cax " ' " No 3... 2,882 29 Labor " " " No 4... 315 03 fax " " ' No4... 925 92 jabor ■' " " No 5... 808 89 fax " " " No5... 5.541 38 Labor " " " No 6... 2,394 38 Jelinquent sewer tax fund.. 14 51 S22.S20 38-5.759 04 5.759 04 Aug 31, balance on hand. . .817,007 24 Respectfully submitted, E. L. Seyler, City Treasurer. RESOLUTIONS. By Aid. Kooh. Resolved, That the special assessment roll of Lateral Sewer Assessment District No. 6 in said City of Ann Arbor as certified to this Council by the Board oí Review be and the same is hereby conñrmed and the City Assessor of said City is hereby ordered to assess and spread upon such lateral sewer assessment roll the sum of twelve thousana five hundred eighty-five and twenty-five hundredths dollars ($1255.25) the same being the sum of money üxed and deterinined upon as the estimated cost oí Lateral Sewer No. 6 (street crossings excepted) as provided by law and an ordmance of said City entitled, ''An Ordinance Relative to Sewers'' providing for the construction of a system of lateral and connecting sewers in the City of Ann Arbor passed the 21st day of May 1394 and approved the 23rd day of May 1894 on and upon each and every of the regular annual assestment rolls of the City of Ann Arbor for one year in and during which any such special assessment shall or may be payable and to levy and assese against the owner or occupants of the lands set down therein the said sums oí money on and upon and against the lands set down in and valued upon said special assessment roll. Adopted as follows: Yeas - Aid. Hamilton, Grossman, Koen, Dell, Vandawarker, Rhodes, Spathelf, Danforth, Cacty, Pres. Luick -10. Nays- None. On raotionthe Council adjourned. City Clerk.