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28
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November
Year
1873
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Friday, Not. 7, 1873. Board met pursuant to adjournment. Called to order by the Chairman. Roll called - present a quorum. Journal of yesterday read and approved. Mr. Van Riper, i'rom Committee on Criminal Claims, reported the following and recommended their allowance at sums stated : CLAIM KI) ALI.'ll. 321 Martin Seabolt, dep'y sheriff, $ 2 76 f 2 76 322 John W. Mayiiard, ïuror, 60 323 Luke Coyle, " 50 324 John Ryan, " 50 32ó Michael Donahue, " 50 326 Nelson B. Nye, " 50 327 Robert P. Leonard, " 50 328 Chauncey Branch, " 1 00 329 Jenniah'Peek, - l 00 330 Eli Manly, " 1 00 331 M. M. Howard, " 1 00 332 Edward Grof, " 1 00 333 John Lynch, " 1 00 334 Robert P. Leonard, " 50 336 Edward Johnson, " 50 336 James Coleman, " 50 337 Michael Donahne, " 50 338 Geo. Davis, " 50 339 M. V. K. Jones. ' 50 340 Jerold Daley, witness. 2 18 341 Jermiah Daley, " 2 18 342 Daniel Wright, " 2 18 343 Lewis Parker, " 2 18 344 Thomas Shaw, " 2 18 345 G. J. Parker, " 2 18 346 Levi Kemble, " 2 30 347 W. B. Osbom, ■' 2 12 348 Jeff. K. Lemen, " 2 30 349 Emerson Annabil, 2 30 350 M. E. Keeler, " 50 351 John Rvan, juror, 50 352 Oliver Èird, ' " 50 353 Frankhn Cate, ■' 50 354 John Ketner, " 50 355 Patrick Brennaii, " 50 35G Christ. Kearns, ' 50 357 James F. ATery, " l 00 358 T. R. Atnsden," " l 00 359 Geo. W. Moore, l 00 360 Chaunoey Brauch, " 1 00 361 A. H.Royce, " l 00 362 John A. Nichols, " 1 00 363 E. LcSuer, Marshal, 47 28 364 M. Fleming, Sheriff, 452 26 360 James Murphy, Dep'y Sheriff, balance of former bill, 20 87 On motion, the report was aocepted and adopted, and claims allowed as recoinmended. Mr. Olcott, from Committee to Settle with County Officers, reported as folio ws: Your Committeo to Settle with County Officers report, that we have destroyed the old ordere ts per resolution of this Board. J. D. OLCOTT, J. WARNER, t Committee. D. WILSEY. ) Mr. Noyes moved that the report be accepted and adopted. Carried. Mr. Noyes moved that when this Board adjourn this afternoon it adjourn until the 17th day of December next, at ten o'clock A. M., in this room. Mr. Wynkup moved to lay the motion upon the table. Lost, by yeas, 10; nays, 11. The question recurring on the adoption of the motion, the same prevailed, by yeas, 15 ; nays, 3. Mr. Tuomy, from Committee on Civi) Claims, reported the following and reoommended their nllowance at sums statetl : OLAIMED. ALL'D. 366 M. FlemiuK, Sheriff, 29 ófi Í 29 56 367 A. Miller, Dep'y Marshal, 7 50 On niotion of Mr. Olcott, the report was accepted and adopted, and clairag allowed at sums stated. Mr. Wynkup moved that the report of the Cotnmittee on Rejected Taxes, so far as it relates to the township of L,odi, be reconsidered. Agreed to. Mr. Jones, from Committoe on Rejected Taxes. ofifered the following preamble and resolutions, whieh wrre, on motion, adopted : Wheebas, The Drain Commissioner for Washtenaw County did, as he states, make an error in nssessiug ditch taxes upon certain described parcela of laud in the township of Freedom, in said report set forth, a copy of which is hereto annexed, marked schedule A, therefore, Resolved, That the Drain Commissioner be and is hereby directed to re-assess said tax to cori'ect said error. Resolved, That the Supervisor of said township of Freedom be and is hereby ordered to spread the said ditch tax upon the several parcels of land as re-assessed by said Drain Commissioner. Mr. Wynkup submitted the following resolution, which was, on motion, aJojitResolved, That the Supervisor of the township of Lodi be and is hereby authorized to reassess the rejected taxes of last year upon the land described in the last year's assessment roll, uow in possession of the County Treasurer, as the description was then as now correct : but a mistake was made by copying the said roll, or by the returns of the Auditor General. Mr. Reu wiek moved that the Committee to examine the accounts of the County Superintendents of the Poor be instructed to return to this Board the report of said County. Superintendents. Agreed to. Mr. Eenwick moved that the report of the County Superinteudents of the Poor be spread upon the journal. Carried. Tb the Honorable Board of Supcreisors of Washtetenaw County ! The undersigned Superintendents of the Poor of said county would respectfully submit the following report for the ycar ending September 30th, 1873 : Balance in tue hands of County Treasurer at date of laet report, October Sist, 18T2 f 207 81 Appropriation 17.510 0.) Approprhition for roof & heatore, 011 00 Loibis 3,000 00 fS0,62S 81 Cash per Michael Fry $ 105 23 Cash per Lwis North, Insane ac. 50 SS Cash per A. C. Voorhies, " 97 50 Cash per Wra. O'Hara, " 179 83 Cash p.ir Mrs. Barber, " 10 00 Uasli per P. Taomy 3 00 Cash pur P. Tuouiy, guardián 1S7 38 689 19 Total ainount received 821,268 00 The following amounts have been audited and orders drawn on the Connty Treasurer for the same : ANN ARBORTOWN.I Temporory Relief $ 80 41 Supervisor' services 10 00 ANN ARBOK CITY- FIRST AND SECOND WABD9. Temporary Relief 1 ,321 01 Supervisólas services 114 75 Burlal 44 00 Trausportatiou 4 50 1184 2fi AKN ARBOR CITY- TUIRD AND FOURTH WARDS. TeDiporary Relief 1,140 i Supervisor's aervices ï4 12 Burial 4!43 Traneportation 25 40 1,309 87 ANN ABBOK CITY- FI1TU AND 8IXTH WARD8. Temporary Relief Í Blfl 49 Supervisores cervices 22 00 Burial 53 50 Ttausportation 1 25 26 21 AUGUSTA. Tempojary Relief 108 14 BRIDGEWATEU. Temporary Relief i 55 00 Supervisot's services 8 25 DEXTEB. Temporary Relief t 21 Snpervixor'6 services ■" Lora. Teraporary Belief í -js 0:i Supervisor" services 4 uo 52 03 I.UIV. Transportation 3 00 LYNDON. Temporary Relief $ 28 Pl Supervisor's services 4 60 Burlal 2 00 8 41 MANCHESTER. Tetnporary Relief . 143 15 Suervlor'B cervices 30 !X) Burial 10 00 184 05 NOBTHPIELD. Temporary Uelief f 388 21 Supervisor1 services 1150 Burials 20 00 FITTBFIELD. Temporary Relief $ 79 50 Supervisor's services 1 00 Transportation 3 07 83 r,7 8YH AN. Temperary Relief f 165 13 Supervipor's services 15 00 Transportaron a s,o ïas os SHAl'.OS. Temporary Relief S 64 85 Supervigor's services 8 00 Transportation 5 00 75 86 scio. Temporary Relief $ IOS IS Baria] 20 uo 192 19 SALINE. Temporary Relief $ 79 09 Durial 20 00 09 On fcUPERIOR. Temporary Relief. IJ 06 Supervisor'? services 5 50 Transportaron 2 00 21 5iS 8AI.EM. Temporary Relief $ 14 01! Supervisor'? services 2 25 16 25 WEBSTER. Temporary Relief 8 26 40 Burial 8 00 Ï4 40 YP8ILANTI TOWN. Temporary Relief 127 85 S uperviBor's services 1 SU Biuial 38 OU Transportatiou 18 au 18 eo YP8ILAXTI C1TÏ- FIB8T DISTRICT. Temporary Relief 9 1,143 63 Supervisor's cervices 47 25 Burial 171 00 Transportation, 9 26 1,372 1 YP81LANTI C1TI- 9ECOSI) EI8TKI0T. Temporary Relief Í 943 87 SaperviBor's services 84 Wl Burial 111 00 Traneportattou 18 50 1,138 27 YOBK. Temporary Rullef í 7K 31 Supervisor' services 6 25 Burial 10 00 Transportation 2 lio r, 16 Of the above amouut there ha8 been expended for medical servicos oniside of the poor house as charged to the varions tovvne aud cities in the item of temporary relief $ 1,883 !5 Trauslent 175 00 aUPKBINTENUKÍTS' SIBTICE8 OUTSIDK TUK COÜSTT HOUSE. P.Davis $ 18 80 B. W. Walte as 96 Edward Duffy 49 IS F. K.Kexioid 42 00 145 75 AMOUNT EXPJENrjKn AT THE COtTNTT POOK UOCSE. Keeper and Matron $ 5B0 00 Male Httendant on Insane 18 00 Female attundant on Insane 130 72 Cook and kttchen help P88 8tt Farm hand 800 00 Clearing ten acres land 48 12 Threshing, etc 50 91 Wood 1,219 4i Coal TO6 85 Medical seryicesat Poor House.. 66 25 Transportation of Insane to and from Kalamazoo 48 75 Siock purchaaed 190 00 Furniture purchased 203 00 Groceries, provUlons, etc 4,138 03 ClothinK, boots, shoes, bedding. . 8,352 0 Hardware, crockery, lumber, etc, 1,209 44 Drugs, medicines, oil, stationery, 326 48 CofflnB at Poor House 105 25 Farraing implemento, seed, etc. 269 tiw Balance in Countv l'reasury Oct. lth,lS73 .'. 452 90 13,128 6-i Total Eïpenditure ÏÜ1.2C8 00 Of the items wood and coal, as shown in this report, we have now on hand 150 cords of wood aud 50 tons of coal, valued at. ,t 1.050 (X) The farm consiste of 120 acres, valued at f 9.000 00 Estimated value of buildings.... 19,000 00 28,000 (X) PRODUCTS OF FARM TOR FISCAL TEAR. 220 bushels wheat $ 330 00 490 bushels oats 171 50 11 bushels oarley 13 50 500 bushels ears corn 15 01) 200 bushels potatoes 120 00 50 bushels turnips 15 00 ü ton broom corn.. 125 00 lóObuehels eider apples dO uu 12 bárrela winter apples s uu 154 pounds of wool K4 (S8 Milkof9cows 200 00 ProductB of garden, elc 150 33 Value pauper labor ns estimated, T0O 00 E8TIMATED VALUS OP FARM 9TOCK. 3 norse? Í 350 00 lpairoxen W Ou 9C3WS 20" 1 pair steers 35 00 lheifer 10 00 ME? iS! roXy... " m:o Eatimated ralue of farming implements 550 00 Estimatedvalneof honsehold fnrniture,etc M The whole nutnber of pauper muimained in the Foor House during the year eudiug Sept. SOth.1873 314 Average number of paupers for the year., ' l"3 Number under l years of age. . . 4 Number of insaue JT Average number of insane SB 11-13 Idlollc T Average mimber idiotie 4?i Blind f Average number blind The whole number of persous supported at the Poor House during the year averages one hundred and nine, at an average cost per week of $1.86. MATIONAMTT OP FAEPKIW. Americana H'J Engliah V IrisL 84 Scotch Germana 8 French. S Italiana 1 Canadiane M Negroes JJ.m Ï8TIMATED EXPENSE FOB COMINO YEAR. Keeper and matron Í 600 00 Male attendant on insane 186 00 Female attendant on ineane 130 IW Cook and kitchen help 600 00 Farm hand 300 00 Medical attendance at C. O 25 00 Groceries, provislons, etc 4,500 00 Clothing, boots, snoee, etc ï,500 00 Hardware, crockery, drugs, medicines, lumber, etc, 1,500 00 Repairs. W 00 Tetnporary Relief 8,000 01) Amount to pay Loan made Sept. 2d,187S...V.. 8,000 00 Interest on eame 68 83 Total $21,199 33 We would most respectfully cali your attention to the i'act, tbat there are no sheds o the county farm for the protection oí' the stock from the inclemency of the weather, and would recommend that an appropriation be made for their erection. Also, for the erection of suitable water closets for the Insance Department. AU of which is respectfully subinitted. Edward Düffy, Benj. V. Waite, i?. K. Kexfobd, buperinteudunU oftüe Poor, Washlonaw County. The following is the amount expended in the various towns and cities by the Supervisors and County Superintendents ; A.NN ABBOB TOWN. 8. W. Shurtleff $ 7 08 EdwardDuffy 13 38 ANN ARBOK CITY- FIBST AXD 8EC0ND WAKDS. Robcrt p! Leonard $ 4 00 ConradKrapf 1,348 18 Küward Unffy TO Amouutsaudited by Co. Sup'ts., 28 13 ANN AltBOR CITT- THIBD AND POÜRTH WARDS. 1. O'Heanie í 8 00 A.lA.Gregory iS7 ti AntonEisele 36-1 1 Edward Duffy W (il Amount allowed by Co. Sup'lB., 62 ÍW AUN ARBOR CITY- PIFTH AND 8IXTH WARDS. David T. McCollnm 8 00 J.AustinScott W G.H.Bliodes 1 TO Edward Duffy K 4 AO8USTA. ,I.D Olcott S 86 45 F K üexfoid.. .. 19 bit 106 14 BBIDOEWATER. Daniel LeBaron. 55 00 DEXTEIt. Henry B. Jones 21 70 PRKEDOM. (X) 00 LODI. ' James Sage 43 00 00 00 LTNDON. George Rowe 30 91 MANCHESTER. Horatio Burch BB ls NORTHFIELD. Oeor"e Kcnwtck $ 388 SI EdwardDuffy ___?lüi! 408 21 PITrSFIELD. Djvld Wib-ey Tl CO SYLVAN. Orrln Thatcher $ 140 74 M. J. Noyes 24 3 165 13 SHARON. Emerson Annabil 64 88 SCIO. P.Tuomy 8 12 00 B. W. Waite HO " Jg SALINE. Wra. II. Berdan $ 80 00 Forbes 19 09 99 09 SUPERIOll. Wm.Geer $ 11 66 P. K. Hex.fo:d 2 50 14 06 BALEN. Iiaac Wynkap 14 00 mnBi Richard Walsh Í 2 40 B. W. Waite 12 00 34 40 YPSiLVNTI TOWM. W.I. Yeckley $ 18 T5 V.li. ltexlbrd 144 0 163 35 YP31LANT1 CITY- FIRST DISTRICT. LeeYost t 899 71 H. Batchelder 124 15 P. Davia 24 82 F. K. Bexford 268 95 1,315 63 YPSILANTI CITY - SECOND DISTRICT. L. P. Forbes $ 631 45 p Davia 267 13 F. K. Kexford 15(5 29 1.054 87 YOKK. Peter c'ook, by Allen Deputy - 86 31 Mr. Van Kiper, from the Coruuiittee on Criminal Claims, reported the following, and recommended thcir allowance at suins stated : Clatmed. Allowed 3fi9 Richard Beatian jnsticc $105 38 $105 38 370 James McMahon, justice 84 07 8107 371 Thomas Hickman, constable 14 35 12 35 372 Magdaleua LuU, witness 1 22 1 22 373 Geome Lulz, witness 1 SS 122 371 Adam Hanch, witncfs 122 122 On motion of Mr. Krapf, the report was aecepted and adopted, and claims allowed as recommended. Mr. Renwick offered the following resoIution, which was. on motion, adopted : Resolved, That there bc raised by tax on the taxable property of the county, eighteen thousand dollars, and placed to the credit of the County Poor House Pund, for the purpose of paying present indebtedness and for meeting the expenses of the County Poor House for the year. On motion, the Board adjourned until half-past one o'clock P. M. AFTEHNOON SESSION. Board met pursuant to adjournment. Called to order by the Chairman. Eoll called- pre&ent a quorum. Mr. Van Biper, from Committee on Criminal Claims, reported the following and recommended its allowance at sum gtated : CLAIMKI). ALL'D. 375 Thos. Hoskins, dep'y sheriff, $392 71 $379 54 Mr. Eowe moved that the report be aocepted and adopted, and claim allowed as recommended, and that the committee be discharged. Carried. Mr. Eowe, from Committee on Civil Claims, reported the following and recommended its allowance at sum stated : 376 MyronWebb, unier sheriff, ?124 50 $124 50 On motion of Mr. Noyes, the report was accepted and adopted and claim allowed as recommended. Mr. Haire offered the following, which was adopted : Resolved, That the thanks of this Board are due and are hereby tendered to our Chairman and CLerk for the faithful and efficiënt manner in which they have discharged their several duties in relation to this Board during the present session. Mr. Eenwick moved that five thousand dollars be raised for the contingent fund. Whioh motion prevailed. Diem Allowance, made the following report : Your Committee on Per Diem Allowauce, would respectfully recommend that the several sums be allowed to the different Supervisors of the several townships and cities of the Oouuty of Washtenaw for the Bession including attendance and mileage, as f ollows : é ís ÍJlJ 377 Emerson Annabil, '28154 $3.24!$84 $87.24 378 Hiram Batchelder, 28 20; 1.20' 84i 85.20 379 Horatio Burch, 28:60 3.60Ï 84 87.60 380 Antón Eisele, 28 2 .12 84 84.12 481 Luther P. Forbes, 28'20 1.20 84 85.20 382 Freeman P. Galpin, 28 14; .84 84 84.84 383 Elias Haire, 28.32! 1.92 84 85.92 384 Henry B. Jones, 28 28 1.68 84 85.68 385 Conrad Krapf, Í28I 2 .12 84 84.12 386 James Kress, 28Í421 2.52 84j 86.52 387 Michael J. Noyes, 28 36' 2.16 841 86.16 388 J. D. Olcott, 28 28i 1.68 84 85.68 389 Nathan Pierce, 28;30 1.80 84 85.80 390 George Renwick, 28 14] .84 84 84.84 391 George Rowe, 28 52 8.12 84 87.12 392 George Bhodes, 28; 2 .121 84 84.12 393 S. W. Shurtleff, 28 12 .12 84! 84.72 394 James Sage, 28120] 1.20 84 85.20 395 Patrick Tuomy, 28! 8 .48 84 84.48 396 Pomeroy Van Kiper, 28 26 1.56 84 85.56 397 Isaac Wynkup, 28 18 1.08 84 85.08 398 Myron Webb, :28 20! 1.20 84 85.20 399 David Wüsey, '28[ 8 .48 84 84.48 400 Jesse Warner, 28 34 2.04 84 86.04 101 W. Irving Yecldey, Í29 26 1.56 87 j 88.56 P. TUOMY, j JAS. M. KBESS, Ccom J. D. OLCOTT. i Ou niotion ot' Mr. Noyes the report was accepted. Mr. Noyes moved that so much of the report as relates to the mileage be ndopted. Lost. Mr. Shurtleff moved that so much of the report as relates to the per diem be adopted. Mr. Noyes moved to amend by striking out twenty eight days and iuserting twenty days. Lost. Mr. Wilsey moved to amend by strik - ing out twenty-eight and inserting twenty-four, Which motion did not prevail. The question recurring upon the motion to adopt so much of the report as relates to per diem prevailed by yeas and nays as follows : Yeas - Messrs. Annabil, Burch, Eisele, Galpin, Haire, Jones, Kress, Olcott, Renwick, Rcwe, Shurtleff, Sage, Tuomy, Van Riper, Wynkup, Webb, Warner, and Chairman, - 10. Nays - Messrs. Krapf, Noyes, Pierce, Rhodes, andWilsey - 5. Mr. Renwick moved that so much of the report as relates to mileage be referred back to the Committee on Per Diem allowance, which motion prevailed by yeas, 11; nays, 9. Mr. Wynkup askod to be excused from serving on the Committee on Small-pox Claims. Mr. Renwick moved that Mr. Wynkup be excused trom sorving on said committee. Lost. Mr. Rhodes moved that J. H. Davis be aüowed two dollars per day for eighteen days services as janitor, aud that George Atkinson be allowed two dollars per day for two days services as janitor of this Board. Adoptfcd. Mr. Tuomy from Committee ou por diem allowance to whom was referred so much of the report of said committee as referred to mileage, reported back the original report. Mr. Renwick moved to amend by adding $1.08 to Mr Kress, 84 cents to Mr. Burch, and $2.15]toMr. Haire, which niotion prevailed by yeas 11 ; nays 9. Mr. Haire moved that the report as amended be adopted. Carried. Mr. Pieroe moved that the Committee on Small-Pox Claims and the committee to examine the accounts of the County Superintendent of the poor be authorized to sit during the interval betweeu this session and the next adjoiuned session of this Board, and report to this Board at its uext adjourned session. Agreed to. Mr. Renwick from Committee on Unfinished Business submitted the following report : Your committee report that they have examined the Journal oï tlie proeeediugs of this Board for county purposes for the year A. D., 1873, and find the amounts allowed as t'ollows: Criminal claims $ 3,806.40 Civil claims, 5,351.42 For salary of county officers, 6,950.00 " " " clerk as reporter, 25.00 " county poor house, 18,000.00 " repairs and building purposes, 1,000,00 " House of Correction, 700,00 " Jurors and witnesses, 4,000.00 " Stenographic for Circuit Court, 800.00 " Contingent Fund, 5,000.00 " lusane at Kalamazoo, 800.00 846,482.82 GEÜRGE ROWE, ) GEORGE RENWICK, Í Committee. EMERSON ANNABIL, On motion, the report was acoepted and adopted. Mr. Renwick, from Committee on Apportionment of State and Couuty taxes submitted the following report : Your committee to whom was referred the apportionmeut of State and Connty Taxes, beg leave to make the followiug report, and recommeud that each Supervisor in the county be, and is hereby directed to levy for State and County purposes the several sums as per statement, to wit: 1 s 7" L H L C1TIES AND TOWNS. u Augusta I $198,500 $ 974.86 $ 921.69 A. A. Town 430,OU0 2,111.80 1,996.61 A. A. City, lst&2dw 800,000] 3,9Ï8.92 3,714.63 A. A.Cily,3d&4th 4í'.),U0ü 2 106 88 1,991.97 A. A. City, 5th ít Bth 263,OW1 1,242.52 I 1,174.75 Bridltewater 335,000! 1,645.24 1,655.50 Dexter 263,000! 1.291.63 1,221.18 Freedom 312,0001 1,532.28 I 1.448.7C Lima 335,0u0( 1,645.24 1,655.50 Lodi 421.00C : 2,067.69 1,954.82 Lyndon 190.000 933.12 882,22 Manchester 608,00 2,494.87 2,358.79 Northfleld 280,000 1,375.12 1,300.12 Pittsñeld 493,0001 2,421.20 2,289.14 Salem S80,00! 1,866.24 1.764.46 Scio 6U,IW 3,005.62 2,841.09 Superior 388,000 í 1,905.53 1,801 59 Saline 525 U00l 2,578.35 2,437.72 SylTan 367,500' 1,8(M.8.1 1,706.41 Sharon 327,000 1,605 95 1,518.35 Webster 394,UOO 1,934.99 1,829.46 York 38á,0()0 1,905.63 1,801,59 Ypsilanti Town 448,0001 2,200.20 2,080 19 Ypsilanli City, lstd. 003,000; 2,961.42 2,799.90 Ypsilanti City, 2d d. 320,000 1,571.67 1,485.85 I$10,000,000I$49 111. 5'2 $46,432.82 GEORGE EENWICK, ; JAMES SAGE, VCommittee. H. B. JONES. S On motion of Mr. Shurtleff, the report was accepted and adopted, by yeas 19 ; nays none. On motion, the Board adjourned until the 17th day of December next, at 10 o'clock, A. M.

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