Continued from Sixth Page. ïo the Common Council: Your Committee on Finance woulc recommend that the Bonds in Sewe Dist. No. 7 be sold to the Ann Arbo Savings Bank as per their proposal viz: for the $1887.48 sewer bonds Dist No 7 we will pay par, acsrued interes to date of delivery and a premium o $37.50. Respectfully submitted Arthur Brown, Harrison Soule, M. Grossman, Committee ou Finance. Adopted as follows: Yeas - Aid. Hamilton, Grossman Koch, Dell, Sweet, Brown, Vanda warker, Khodes, Spathelf, Soule, Coon Danforth, Cady, Pres. Luick. - 13. Nays - None. To the Common Council. Your Committee on finance presen the following bilis without recommen dation. Ann Arbor Electric Co., lighting $651 8 Josoph Blackburn, pound-mastër lil 25 .. .. .. 1B 5 Ann Arbor Water Co., sprinkling parks 5 U0 Respectfully subtnitted, Arttiur Brown, M. Grossman, Harnson Soule, (Jommittee on Finance. Aid. Danforth moved that the bilí oí the Ann Arbor Water Co. be allowed. Adopted as f ollows : Yeas- Aid. Grossman, Koch, Dell, Sweet, Brown, Vandawarker, Rhodes, Soule, Coon, Danforth, Cady, Pres. Luick.- 12. Nays- Aid. Hamilton. - 1. Aid. Cady moved moved .that the bil! for Ann Arbor Electric Co! be referred backto the Committee for investigation. Adopted as follows : Yeas - A.ld. Hamilton, Grossman, Koch, Doll, Sweet, Brown, Vandawarker, Rhodes, Soule, Ooon, Danforth, Cady, Pres. Luick- 13. Nays - None. Aid. Danforth moved that the bilis of Joseph Blackburn be allowed. Adopted as follows: Yeas - Aid. Hamilton, Grossman, Koch, Dell, Sweet, Brown, Vandawarker, Rhodes, Soule, Coon, Daniorth, Cady, Pres. Luick - 13. Nays - None. ORDINANCE. Chairman Cady presented an ordinance entitled ' 'An Ordinance Relative to Bicycles" which was given its third reading by sections. Aid. Soule moved to amend section one so as to limit the speed to eight miles per hour. Lost as follows: Yeas - Aid. Hamilton, Grossman, Koch, Sweet, Soule. - 5. Nays. - Aid. Dell, Brown, Vandawarker, Rhodes. Coon, Danforth, Cady, Pres. Luick.-8 Whereupon the ordinance was laid over until next session. Cbairman Cady presented an ordinance entitled ''An Ordinance to Amend Section One of 'An Ordinance rtelative to Pire Limits and Pires' Passed the Sixth Day of Oetober, 1895. and Approved the Twelfth Day of October. 1895," which was given its first reading by sections. Aid. Brown moved that the ordinance be placed on its second reading. Adopted as follows: Yeas- Aid. Hamilton, Grossman, ioch, Dell, Sweet. Brown, VandawarLer, Rhodes, Soule. Coon, Danforth, Cady, Pres. Luick. - 13. Nays - None. Whereupon the ordinance was given ts second reading by sections. STREETS. fo the Common Council. Your Committea on Streets would recommend ttiat Mrs. Bach be paid $75 .he same to be payment in full to date, December 6, 1897, for all gravel said to aave been taken from her property by he city of Ann Arbor. And that the filling of the hole on elch street as petitioned by Kurzuck and others be deferred until next spring. Kespectfully submitted, Geo. L. Moore, Arthur Brown, Harrison Soule, C. H. Cady, Committee on Streets. Thos. D. Kearney, City Attorney. Aid. Rhodes moved ae aa ame ndment hat $100 be allowed instead of $75. Lost as follows : Yeas - Rhodes, Soule. - 2. Nays - Aid Hamilton, Grossman, Soch, Dell Sweet, Brown, VancUwarcer, Coon, Danforth, Cady, Pres. Luick.- 11. Whereupon the report was adopted as follows: Yeas - Aid. Grossman, Koch, Sweet, ürown, Vandawarker, Rhodes, Soule, Coon, Danforth, Cady, Pres. Luick - 11 Xays- Aid. Hamilton, Dell.- 2. SIDEWALKS. To the Common Council. Your Committee on Sidewalks would eoommend that a sidewalk be ordered n the east side of Fouutain street be,ween Cherry and Summit streets. Excepting the part already built. Also on the south side of Hill street rom Packard to the culvert and on the ast side of 7th hetween Huron and Washington. And that the petition of C. A. Buehow for a cross wal k on Felch across Vliner street be denied until walk be )uilt on either side. And that three loads of cinaers be rawn to make a crosswalk across ïelser street in front of houses of Mrs. Hall. Respectfully submitted, F. M. Hamilton, Emmett Coon, Frank Vandawarker, John Koch,. H. P. Danforth, Committee on Sidewalks. Adopted as follows: Yeas - Aid. Hamilton, Grossman, Coch, Dell, Sweet, Brown, Vandawarcer, Rhodes, Soule, Coon, Danforth, Cady, Pres. Luick. - 13. Nays - None. RBPOKTS OF CITY OFFICEKS. The monthly reports of the City 'reasurer, Superintendent of the Poor, nd Chief of Pólice were read and rdered flled. Ann Arbor, Mich., Dec. 1, 1897. This is to certify that E. L. Seyler, 'reasurer of the City of Ann Arbor, ïas on deposit at the Farmers and Mechanica Bank at the close of business November 30, 1897 the sum of six thousand sixty-seven dollars and six cems. ($26,067.06.) F. H. Belsek. Cashier. To the Conimon Council of the City of Ann Arbor: Balance on hand last report f2311 82 MONEY RECEIVED. Contineent Fund Int. on Daily Balances to July 1, '97, F. & M. Bk $ 9 07 Int, ou Daily Balances fr'm Jan. 1, '97. toJuly 1, '97, A A. Sfifings BI; 291 45 Mills, (3 V, Licenses 5 00 Dog Fund Mills, G.V., Licenses li 00 Pólice Fund Sweet, Zenus, iees for Nov '97 3 25 Excess of City Rolls, City Tax 1897 152 16 466 98 2678 78 MONEY DISBDRSED. Contingent fund f1208 79 Street fund 1033 60 foor fund 92 73 Bridse, Culvert and Crosswalk fund 983 04 Pólice fuud 28120 Firemen's fund 617 06 City Cemetery fund 102 10 Uneolleuted City Tax 12 55 Total..; 4330 97 2678 7S Overdraft 1652 19 BALANCE ON HAND Contingent fund 9 212 76 Street fund 556.Í 84 Poorfund.. 2445 95 Bridge, Culvert, and Crosswalk fund 209S 40 Policefund 1563 97 Firemen's fund 5009 98 City Cemetery fund 5135 Waterfund 4667 40. Dog ïax fund 246 00 Delinquent Tax Fund 1028 12 Uncoliected City Tax 105B8 63 State Dog Tax 264 75 Uniersity Aid Bond and Interest Act 3420 (0 Excess of City Tax Rolis 152 16 Total Ï17821 56 19473 15 Overdraft 1652 19 Ending Nov. 30, 1897. J Respectfully submitted, E. L. Seyler, City Treasurer. To tlie Common Council of the City of Ann Arbor: Balance on hand, last report $16087 95 MONEY BECEIVEU. Nov, 30. 1897. To lat sewer No 2 tax col 8 4" „ 3 „ 653 68 „ 4 28 11 ,. 5 ., 14 31 ,. 6 bonds sd 12508 25 Int on bonds sd to F&M bk 107 70 ■ Lat sewer No 6 tax acet Premium on bonds sold 200 00 Lat sewer No 6 tax col 269 67 7 ,. 104 32 13894 53 29US2 48 DISBURSEMENTS. Nov. 30. Main sewer. Warrants Pd. 12 60 Lateral sewer No 6 „ 2055 47 7 „ 174 37 2242 44 Balance on hand Noy. 30, ,97 27710 04 BALANCE ON HAND. Main sewer fund $8538 18 Main sewcr bond lund 3200 00 Labor aco't Dist. No. 1 39 90 Tax " " " I.... 141 44 Labor - " " 2 27 28 Tax " " "2.... 818 18 Labor " " ' 3 2126 33 Tax " "3.... 3S28 70 Labor " " li 4.... 315 03 Tax " " " 4.... 1044 öl Labor " " " 5 868 89 Tax ' ' -'5.... 5769 12 Labor " " "6 5113 99 Tax B.... 3546 43 Labor " ' " 7... 1740 33 Tax " " ' 7.... 819 10 Delinquent Sewer Tax 14 51 32845 03 5104 Ü9 On Hand Nov. 30. 'i)7 27740 04 Respectfully submitted, E. L. Seyler, Treasurer. Aid. Danforth moved that $90 be apjropriated to grade the sidewalk on ;he south side of Hill between Packard and the culvert. Adopted as follows: Yeas - Aid. Gros%man, Koch, Deil, Sweet, BrowD, Vandawarker, Rhodes, Soule, Coon, Danforth, Cady, Pres. Luick.- 12. Nays.- Aid. Hamilton. - 1. RESOLUTION. By Aid. Coon. Resolved, That the Finance Commit;ee be authorizeá to employ a janitor 'or the City Offices forthe ensuing1 year at a salary not to exceed $200 per year. Adopted as follows: Yeas - Aid. Hamilton, Grossman, Xoch, Dell, Sweet, Brown, Vandawarer, Rhodes, Soule, Coon, Danforth, Cady, Pres. Luick. - 13. Nays - None. By Aid. Brown. Whereas, Judge Carpenter of the Wayne Circuit Court, has held in the case Wetherbee vs. the Michigan Cen;ral Railroad Company, that it is the duty of the city to maintain the bridge over the Railroad on Beakes street. Therefore, Resolved that the City Attorney be requested to make ■& thorough investigation of the matter and report to this Council the proper steps to take in the premises. Adopted as follows: Yeas - Aid. Hamilton, Grossman, Socti, Dell, Sweet, Brown, Vandawarjer, Rhodes, Soule, Coon, Danforth, Cady, Pres. Luick - 13. Nays - None. The subject of a Fire Alarm System was reported to the Fire Department Committee and City Attorney. On motion of Aid. Browu the Council adiourned. City Clerk.