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6
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February
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1903
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Monday, October 13th., 1!Hi2. The Büiird of Supervisors of Washtenaw County met in regular session in tbo Supervisors1 room tn the Court House in the City of Aun Arbor on tho j;:üi d.iy of October, a. i. 1902. They were called to order by the Clerk. Roll called and tlie followins? Supervisors responded to their dm uk-k Ann Arbor City, ist Ward- John R Miner. Ann Arbor City, 2d Ward-Eugone OesAnn Arbor City, Sd Ward Kischor. Ann Arbor City, h Ward H Krapi. Ann Arbor City, 5th Ward George II Rhodes. Ann Arbor City, 6th Ward- Wm D Harriman. Ann 1 City, 7th War Schi Ann Arbor To' Aug [ter Preed tllng Fred e. Ilaist. Lodi Mand Landwehr Nol Plttsl . Hutzel. Halriii - .iuhn Munn. SalLutz. Sein Sharon- W Sl; liland oyivan iiiar Web Yoi Ypsilanti, Ist I non Iough. motion of Mr.N Mincr. Sumner Damon is appolnted teinporary chairman. Oarricil. n motion of B. C. Wljitnker tlie Board acljourned t i :;! n tn Ca n JOHN R. MIN BR, Clerk Pro Tem. N". board iiK-t pnrsuani to adjourunii'in. Hol] ciii. qnoriun present. Mr. Oesterlin raovod that George Walt'pr be elected Chairman oL the Board. Oarried by nnanimous vote. Mr. Oesterlin ïoved rli.it Sumner Dainon be appointed Ohrfirman tempore of the Board Carrit'd unaniuiousJy. Mr. Whitflker moved thal a committee of two bfi appointed to arrange n proRramme for special order of business. Carried. The Ohnir annointed Mr. Whitaker and Mr. Danior vhat eoinmittee. Mr. Uesteiïin moved thal the rules of the formcT Board I-e adopted ern tliis Board until new rules are adopted. Oarried. Mr. Miner moved that the Board In committce of the whole visit the Countv House to insDect the same and the farm conneeted therewith on Thnrsday. October löth. Caniedj Air. Braun moved thal the hour of meeting be flxed at 10:30 a. m and 1:30 p. m. Oarried. Mr. Muim moved tli.it .the Chair appoiut a committee of three to procure eónveyanees to the County House. Carried. The Clmir appointed John Munn, John e. Fisher, and Henry Landvvéhr such committee. Mr. Krapf was excusod from attendance at the meeting of the Board on Tuesday. Mr. Krapf moved to adjourn nntil 30:30 Tuesdav. Oarried. GBOKGE WAI.TKI!. JXO. R. MIEH, Cliairuiau. Clerk Pro Tora. October 14. 1902 'Board met at 1o:.'!o a. m. Roil úttlled, Quorum present Minutes of I-ast meeting read and approved. Mr. Whitakér from special committee reporter! tiie dates for special orders. Tuesday, Oct. 14. at 2. p. ni., report of Drain Commissioner. Wednesday, Oct l", al n a. ni., report of County Treasurer. Wednesday, Oct. ir,, at 2. p. ni., election of School Rxaminer. Wednesday. Oct. 1.",. ;,t 230, report of Soldiers Relief Commission. Thursday, Oct. 16, at 10:30 a. ín., Cominittee of the Whole to vislt the Gounty House. Friday, Ocf. 1T, at 31 a. m., election of Janitor. Monday, Oft. 20. at 2:30 p. m., to fil! vacancies in list of persons having care of burial of deceased soldiers and sailors. Tuesday, Oct. 21, at 11 a. m., receive bids for printing proceedinj ■day, Oct. 21, at ■_ i,, ni., election .Superintendent of Poor. Wednesday, Oct. 22 at 13 a. m.. eíect County Board of Canvat Wednesday. Oct. 22 at 2 p. m., reJail Physii Thnrsday, Oct. 2:!. at 11 a. iü., report of Superintondents of Poor. Thursday, Oct. 2.''.. at 2 p. ni., receive from bank8 for county monies. B, C. AVITITTAKËK. S. DAMOX, Oommittee. Which report was adopted. Mr. -Harriman moved to amend the Hiles of the Board, page 0, by adding 16 contaglous dieeases. 17 to report rtetailed statements of county expenses Carried. Tlie rules as amended were upon inotion of Mr. Harriman adopted. n motion of Mr, McGuire the Board djourned, JOiix R. MINEE, Clerk Pro Tem. ■ w AFTBRNOON SESSION Board met at 1 :80 p. m. Roli called, quorum present. The Drain Oommissioner made hU annual report fojtether witli a communication regarding paymeat ror services fop days spent a hls office aceordinj? to the gtátute. ANNTTAL REPORT OF COUNTT DI'.AiX COMMISSIONBB ' , 5? "'■""■■ rvliora of Washu-nnw Counto: h compïïance with the proms ons of the Statute In euch mad and provided. [ hav. ,„■ ,,, Bub. ma my Ani ual Report as Countj Commlssloner of the said Countv of '■"vJ'i"f; "" Period tr,,m the twelfth day of Octob i0 the eleventh day of October ! 19Ó2 The following named Drains' were left "ñflnfshed a( the date of my last report: rhe Murray Drain. in Augusta; the York and Augusta Dralr the Falk Drain. the Ben McGraw Drain. the Stoney (Teek ?-", P.ttjn!'y, ('r"lk Extensión Drain, the Comstock Drain. Those Comg'eted exc! creek and ■ . and the Mili Extensión Drains-. On aec-ount ..f the wel weather and the scascll ■ 1 hose drasi II uncrl ' ek Extensl ■ early of November I expec to hft ree:. Inished. Drain which will , Thí alna have begun onl' w f The ling and wldenii InB of the Sugar Creek In Au ■ 1 of the 1 in in I - 1 . . 1 Dus year, . all. I also !)i%,in. ■: . i (rain in S ty. I wit] try a ■ ■ drahi! i lu ii,,, i rk is ■ will following ! for. bul ürinK tin' y 'ar, Instai , ... in and Sclo Townships; the petition le I rain ■. ,,,.,-_ sous wliosi lands the said Drain we i nf them - M.-i w cuanpea uinr minas, ior wh.-ii I 11 two ing 11 Piob ,r.., With to .lismks by certlfy, That the and true i ill the s construí tod, Rnfshed. or ■■ my jurlsi aaring th iw endlug, excepf the Murrny I .■iinisioner of Monroe I ' lunty aid is not r ■l the limmoml submitted herewith is true aud eorn All of which is respectfnlly sulunitt.il I. W. : Conntj liriiin i '.imini-sioner of 1 '■ 'tinl of Washtt'haw. Dated tli:s I3tb day of i ictober A D. FINANCIAL STATRMBNT OF STONEY CRE15K AND STONBÏ CREEK ËXTBNSIONJDRAIN. THE STONEY CREEK AND STO N E V CR RE K EXTENSIÓN DRAIN FUND Dr. No. tw. Order. Am't. Oct. 15- Tó .T. P. O'Brien, for ditchlng U.-iS J30 oo '■ 30- To H. Elliott, for '■lil.ins 11C! 10 00 Nov. To Jerome Allen fer ditching Il 6 00 S- To J. D. O'Brien, fur rlitohing 1149 85 00 8- To Gpo. Oshorn. for ditching 1150 40 00 9- To Thos. Thorn, tor litchinif 1189 17 00 " 8- To l. F. Herley, tor ditching 1152 11 26 9- To T. Hitchingham. [163 5 03 9- To P. Gal. Ir. for mí" U 54 9 00 9- To W. s. Bishop, tor ditchiiiK 1155 4 50 To P. (lalilr. for cUtchIng llóí 20 (Kr " 9 To D. F. Herley. tor dit hing 1157 f60 " i' To l F. Herley, for 'üt.hinii H5S " 11 To Tli.,s. Thorn, tor hing i]60 nn oo " Is To I' .1. Barry, clerli al vi rl I1S1 16 00 " 18- To D. W. Barry, coramiípionor's fcew Uii2 SO 00 " -Tu Jerome Allen, surveylng ltw 15 00 Dec. 17- To i, S. Bowlen, for (litdiinK 1177 " 23- To D. P. Herley, for ditching H83 4(1 00 " 24 To .7. 7) O'Brien for ditchlng: U.v4 -10 00 " 21- To .1. D. O'Brien. eloricn] worh 1185 1 HO " 2C- To W. S. Disliop, for ditehing 1187 100 00 " 27-To T. Hitchingham. ditching... . M 00 " 27- To Frank Granger, for flltchlng 1189 5E 00 " 28- To W. L. Watklna, orobal 1191 " 28- To O. R. Gunn, notary feea 1192 i :,) 1W2. . . Jan. 3 To P. Stpuder, help on drain 1107 4 7.". " 3- To Frnnk Cady, liflp surve líos 75 9 To Dan i hetp surveylnp 1199 75 " 6- To P. i jirork on drain 12X 2 50 " 1 Schuldt, for rlitchinpr : 1201 21 00 " fi-Tn Rnrt Prior, for dltohlng 1202 46 00 6- To Dan O'Brien, Jr., for ditching 1208 13 00 To S. il. ' iondie, for ditching 1204 13 oo " ; for ditching vjnr, r, no ] 6- To P. Gable, for litchintr 1206 20 00 ' " 31- To K. A. Barry clericn] work 1215 2 2T. =b. To W. ir. Wilber for ditching 1216 60 00 " 17- To Wm. Dansingburg. work on drain 1217 10 00 1 17- To D. W. Barry, commiS!ioner's fees 122? 90 00 funo fi- Td A. J. Doty. board. .1283 73 " 13- To D. F. Hrley, for ditching 1238 23 00 25- To Frank Granger, for ditching 1240 21 (X 28-Tu Burt Prior, for ditching 1341 ij of 28-To P. Gable, for ditch. , "'S 1342 50 00 July 17- To IJ. F. Herley for ditching 1243 25 00 Aug. I-To D. W. Barry, commissii 1246 21 25 ■' 22- To Jas. Hitchingham, for bridge to highway 1247 10 00 22- To John Herley, for bridge to highway...l24S 10 00 25- To W. S. Bishop, for ditching 1250 34 00 Sept. 4- To Burt Prior, for „ jUtOhitiR , 1251 2100 6-To J. IJ. O'Brien, for aitchJng 1252 25 00 6- To Thos. Hitchingham, for ditching.... 1253 52 00 0- To Dun O'Brien. .Ir. for bridge to high. way 1254 1O0O 9- To Qeo. Bridges, for bridgo-tn high way... 1236 10 00 li- Tn Geo. ( iborn for ditching ' 1257 5000 2j- To D. F Herley for ,, . r. althlng 1859 60 00 MA. 9- To P. Gable, for ditchI .. , 'ng 1263 60 00 Claree 2M 10 iny last report ] By balance $ : fina: .xt of the ■■stock drain the co.mSTOCK DRAIN Fl Dr. Order. Ara't. Oct. J5-To D. W. Barry, c "■ 1137 Í5000 11 Cuy ït, , . - - - -i " jerumi surveying ik;? 12 00 e, for work on drain HTS 5 00 21- Tu A for tl79 25 68 - ing ,-, 00 survej ing 1 3 " -1- Tu R. I 113 Feb. To D. W. Barry com49 2; " 26 f, .,- June To D. VV. Barry, ■ roisMO . 6 00 Oct. I- To E. S for ditching Balance Balance on )iand at tl my Tt : i $408 S7 By balance $;_oi 16 FINANCIAL STATEMENT OF HOP ANJ DRAIN TH] J 'RAIN Dr. Order. Am't. July l.-To the Aim Arbor Argiis-Demoerat, ior printing . -ir, $ 9 95 BaJsiK Teta] Cr. nent to tho Township of at largre j is 30 iole amount asessed the -;i' 148 00 Total $166 30 ]'■■' 15636 Balance Oct. 16, 1901 2 57 Total im 92 FINANCIAL STATBMENT'OF SUGAR CRBEK DRAIN. SUGAR CRBEK DRAIN FUND Dr. No 1902Order. Am't. '■pi. 30- To Ann Arbor Record, tor printing 3261 i 46 13 Balance 2.923 Sú Total J2.970 00 mount as86ssed to the Township "f Augusta at. large $ 148 50 Whole amount aasessed In Augu t)ip lirst year 950 40 By amount assesed to York Township nt largp 237 60 Whole amount assepgsd In JTork the lust year 1,633 30 Tot il $2,970 00 By balance 52.Ü23 S5 KIXAMMAI, STATEMENT OF THE BEN McGRAW DRAIN. THE BEN MeGRAW DR IN IT.VTi Dr. X... IHOrder. Amt. Nov. ül To Jerome Allen Mlivi-yiiiK U" $'5 00 Dec. 7-To H. E. Klliott, for aitching " 24- To J. I). CBrlen, for markins stal i 00 " 31- T.. Oeo Bryant, Tor ditchlng ..... 7 ■' " To fof flitchintf JJ94 9 00 " 3! To l; Mi rrlm m for iiifi 1195 SI 00 1902. Feb. i: To n. W Barry. cooi31 05 June 6 mi o "1 " 6- To R. Men (litollinK .. .) in C- To Oec. for (iltching 3 00 e dl ti ■ e on linni] at tl rt ÍI2T 7t PINANCIAti STATEMENT OF IN. Dr. No. 1902. Sopt. ::o--T.i Anti Arbor Ai Demo ral 1260 f 10 75 Balance . .. Total .... .$251 90 Cr. 3y aranunt a?B?síMd t- iperlor at largo $ 27 Tl y nr Tot:i] By 'iXAM'IAI. STATEMKNT OF THE GRIFPIN DRAIN. THE GRIFFIX DRAIN Dr. No. 1901Order. Am't. Deo. 6- To Jerome Allen, surveylng 1174 $6 00 1 Feb. il- To D. W. Barry, commlssioner's ieea 1220 2110 Sep. 15- To David A. i for printing I25fi 5 00 Balance 2 10 Total $34 26 Cr By balance on band at the date of my laat report S34 26 Total 32 10 Balance ï2 16 FINANCIAL STATEMENT OF THE FALK DRAIN. 1901. order INO. Iate. Order. Am't. Dec. li. To Joseph Murray for ditching 54 J30 00 " 13 To Andrew Falk, for ditrhtng 55 53 00 " 13 To John Murray, for ditching 56 30 00 J3 Don Muriay, for dhc-hing 5ö 30 00 " 13 To Jerome Allen, surveyinsr aS 6 00 " 13 To John Murray, for ditching 59 1 50 i " 13 To Ed Murray, help surveying 61 " 13 To J. Detrick 62 75 " 13 To D. V. Barry, comnr. ff es 63 9 00 " 13 To D. P. Sullivan, comr. fecs 64 37 50 " 13 To Mom for printim; 65 " 16 To Andrew Falk, labor.. 71 1902. Don Murray, help sur■iii 75 Balance il W mi K Balance on I ite of my la . . $211 35 $ 1 11 FINANCIAL STAT THE i.i'U MILJ No. Order, Am't. , 14 To Ann A us Democrat for prlnt 1176 $16 SI) 1902. Jan. 11 To John O'Hara, for imr.r 1208 3 00 " 11 To ffa for pecial comiir J21) 3 00 " 11 To Henry Braun, for imnr !212 3 00 Feb. 3 To D. W. Barry, for Mch. 5 To D. W. Barry, f-omr. f ees $7U 00 Balance on hand at the date of mj $ti4 S0 $3 2ÍI FINANCIAL STATEMENT OF THE BENNETT T 1,1 ; Hí:lX THE INETT TILE DRAIX FUNO. No. Order. Am't. May 3 To Dennis Shrehey, for unloadini..1229 $2 IS 3 To John Collins, .for unioading tile oft cars 1230 2 26 3 To Ann Arbor Re 1231 31 50 " 17 To Louis Rhortp. for sewer tile, 1.600 ft 15-inch 1232 394 75 feos Í249 2Í 00 Balance 342 7.! $70!) 4 amoimt assessci to Township of Ypsilant) a.t large $47 37 By the whole amour for the first year 751 51 $799 48 By balance $342 73 FINANCIAL STATEMENT OF 'SUPERIOR TOWNSHI1' NO. 1. DRAIN. ST'PERIOR TOWNSHIP XO. 1 DRAIN FUND. No. Order. Am't. Oct. 19 To E R. Twist, for work on drain 1140 $16 00 " 19 To John E. O'Rrien, for ditchiiií? 1111 20 0J Nov. 4 To Frank Lambío, for ditohincr 1144 14 00 4 To Chas. Palmer, for ditchinsr 1145 34 80 " 4 To Chas. Thumm. for ditchtnz 1146 34 80 " 23 To Jerome Alien, surveying- 116S 6 00 " 30 To Cha-J. Thumm. help surveying 1170 75 " 30 To Chas. Palmer, help 75 " 30 To John P O'Brien, ditchinc 1172 8 K 1902. Jan. 20 To T. Laferge 1213 10 Or Feb. 17 To D. W. Barry, comrs fi es 1221 13 or r 6 -8 J1Ö6 83 Balance on hand at the date of m v last reoort $166 83 JIM 88 By balance $0 28 FINANCIAl, STATEMENT OF MILL CREEK KXI V MILL OREBK EXTENSIÓN DRAIN. j Oct. 2 To Ed Little. forditchins 1131 $90 00 " 12 To Ed Little, fordltch7 130 0J " 25 To Ed lattle, for 3itohing .1142 220 00 ittle, fordltch123 00 " 23 To Ed 1 U'S 40 00 :,am, 3" 00 for ,12'V7 5 0) " 11 To nmis5 W " 11 T.i iraun, for .1211 5 00 I .Mch. 1 To for . 1224 15 00 '. Barry for comnrs. L Balance 2 Townsliip of Sylvün at larse... 490 50 T3y aniount i i th" VillnfTe of f" 1 2-12 60 araount i $.3.270 PO By 53,240 00 FINANCIAD Í OF THE YORK AND AI.N' YORK Al liteli ins ■ 10 8 01 i " 30 Tfi for ditching n 66 00 " 30 To Peter Wanty, for ditrhing 12 24 00 " 30 To John Murray, for dltchlnp 14 104 00 " 30 To C. MeDaniel. for ditchinfr 16 80 00 " 30 To Wm. Feldman, for dltohing 16 52 00, " To Dan Murray, for dltch■■ To BdnMÜrray;fördüch: M 52 ■■ so Tonv rVföi ]8 84K ditehing 19 sooo lo A. Young, for dltchins 20 50 0) 30 To Jerome Allen, sur" 30 To John ïtorray," for % work on drain 23 ? vi Jan. 26 To Don Murray, help survevinc 7 jk Nov. 30 To J. Detrick, help surveyimr 25 2 25 30 To J. f. Towler, for marking strikes 26 2 00 " 30 ToD. W. Bany, cnmr. tees 97 íq je " To D. F. Sulüvau. comiir fees 28 24 40 " 30 To J. Barry, cïerïcai work ie) " 30 Tq J. W. Barry writ„ „- _ lnf records 30 1100 L% To James Barry, work on draln .. . 40 , " 30 To F,l Murray, help surveying 50 2 25 Dec. 13. To ilonroe Democrnt, prlntinsr . . ei 10 ok Nov. 30 To John Miirrayi post■- " 30 To Dan Murray, work on drain ra o -n Dec. 16. To F. H. Hoffn i. i . record:Bt drain Fg 10 0i 16 A. Toune. for rtii. " 16 TonAndrëw' 100 labor 711 1 ,"0 1 John Murraj ing M Da lor dilch' ' 154 00 Balance Balance on han of my l.i.st repon e Li rL Wl ''S Bv ba : Balance Oet. 13. '02 ] '" ' ípervisors of thfl Connty of Vra In conyjliance wiiu Sei ter 9 of the Draln l.aw of ISWO, the r is required i rein ilis Office (ill Illr tirs Rntni.. day of each month, wliich wonld be 12 days in the ven.-. At $8.00 per day, $36.00 From what I have been able to learn from Drain Commissioner of surroundIng couaties, the county paya tliem for those days. iK-h I respectfully suhmil for your D. W. BARBT, County Drain Conimissloner. The report was accepted and on raotion the report and the communie was referred to the Committee on Dnilns. The Chairmnn annonnced the standing coma follows: Equalization- Landwehr, Miner M icu'gh. Law Criminal Claims No. ) er, Hnist Criminal Claims No. 2- Lutz, Harriman Holmes. Civil ClaimsHay- mond. To Settle with County Offlcers- Wblttaker. Minor. Mc Apportlonment Stnto anil County Taxes - McGuire, Braun. Lawsón. Public Buildings - Damon. Ocsterlin Landwehr. Reiected Taxea- MoCullough, Krapf Hntzel. To Examinp Accounta of Superintendente of Poor- Schumaolior. Warner RhodeK. ' Finance- Runciman. Rrann Qrosshans Fractionnl School Dlstrlcts- Placher Lawson. Warner. Dralns - Pray. Harriman, Rjiymond Printinp- Haist. Kenny, B Contagious Dis ases- Harriman, Runciman, Pray. Per Diem- Shanklnnd. Damon Rhodef: Salaries of County Offlcers- Warner terlin, Krapf. To prepare Statement of County Kxpenses- Miner. Kenny. Munii. A communleation was presen ted to ilio Board from fho Auditor General, transinltting tin apportlonment of State taxes to tliis County as folíows: , AUDITOR GEXERAL'S DEIPABTMENT. 1 Lanstng, Mich., September IS, 1002. To iho C!erk of the Board of SupervlsArbor, Mtchlíran.ET SH CMF sdffuO ors of the Connty of Washtenaw, Aun Arbor, Michigan. Sir: - Xou are hereby notlfled that a State T;i has been apportloned ro the I severa] Coantles of the State accordlug ! to thp last returns of tlie aggregate ; vnlnatlon of taxnble property thereln made to this office, un' .-is eqnalized and determined by the Stute Bo:iril of Bquallzation, at thelr sesslou in Aug- ust, 1001. The amount of State Tax íipportlonuuder vnrious : of the Lesrislnture i1 as folíows. to wit: ■■■iity- Sec. 1 102. 1R99 Col. No. 2 J9, TInivorsitv- Sec. i W7 " " 3 Asrrioulturnl Pnlloee - " " 1 2 344 S9 Normal Col -S I " " 5 2,918 SI Central Mich " " Northern Ptatc Normal Schii" " ' 7 Michigan Colleffi -Sec. 4. 117. 1!)01 " '■ s 2,294 77 LJbrarv- s SG. 1WH " " 9 281 3.') Michigan S o 1 rl i p rs' TTonio- Sec. S. Act 1001 " " 10 2 907 29 llichlaran Home fnr I and !ec. 4. Act 1fi! 1901 " " 11 1,992 90 Public School- Spc. i. Act 139, 1901.. " " 12 761 ?9 :] School for i. ....." " ; Michiiran School for the RlinAct 137. 1901 " " 14 719 7: Michiean State Prlson - Sey. 4. Act 21S. 190! " " 15 93 79 Industria! School for -Sec. 4. Act 77. 1901 ' " 10 1 705 69 Industrial Homo for Oirls-Sec 4. Act UI, 1901 " " 17 1,337 Ü : i oí Fish Comí, . -Sec 4. Act 115. 1901 " " 18 726 M Commlíner and copyrecords in Adjutant General' office-Sec. 3 Act 210, 1901 " ■■ 19 an Dairy and Foei Coramissioner - Sec 12 Act 186, 1901 " " 20 S8S15 ; Michigan Dairymen's Association- Sec. 3 rt 146, 1899 '. " -21 7 08 of Library Oommlssio 5. Aft I1S. 1899 ■ i7 Michigan N a t i o n al Guaïd- Sec. 27, Act 204. 1901 " 23 2 g35 7 State Naval Brisade Sec. 36, Act 8, 1898, " ■ 21 283 SI Statp Board of Plealth -Sec. 2. Act 140 1901 " ' 45 ga State Board of Health -Sec. 2. Act 241, 181 " "26 46 s State Board of Healta - 'Sec 2. Act 142. 1S97 " "27 88 61 State Weather Seret 246, " ■■ 2j „ Mtchljran Aericultural Art 41 '■ '■ a 10J51 rticultursl 168, 190 Tax f. ir Pri rent Exoeji U Act 216 1 o. Tax for Asyb.ms' il Purpna 599 27 1 lo be le ,,orniretl lv Sectiou ::.-,. . [883 i. DUSt aol !.! artfled aXi Von - of your Connty n tolier, the illy. PKIilïV F. POVTERS, ' Mr. I.i; ■. tbe Board ned. JOHN' R. MI' (?EO. WAL, cierk 1 O(!tober 15, 1D02. "tl nïi'f nill'Sll.-ntf" ín i ,1 :. quorum '" ■■'■ and approved. iR bilis v. " .-nted liv tho Supervisor n lona By Mr. Fínrrimnn. :u bilis. Mr. ramon. 27 fr. Holmes, 8 bilis. Mr. Warner. 2 bilis. Mr. Brnun, 5 bilis. Mr. ].:■ rr. I'ray. 11 yv. Miniíi. ü rr. Bacon. 1 bilí. iMr. Shanklnnd. t bilí. Mr. Hutzel, 2 bilis. fi-. Holmes moved ttyal n aecordíincc with :i resolntión mi paf? f W proigs 1901, fhat eaoh Counly offioer quired to reiwrl forthwltli .-ís nslniftPd. Carrled. The Jndsre of Probate made his annual reporl of commitine ;ino. To flio Honorable Board nf Supcr Isors: Centiemen. I herehy present niy official reporl of cominitraents to tho Eastern Michigan Asyluin and private institutlons fór the year ending ,Sontember 30, 1002: f f f f f r r r r r r r r r Éf ■ ï Q S : ; ' S I; ; ! i I ; ?i I ; i ! i i : ê ' ■ iz '- r z ■: 2 ' - a - 3 - i a j; a ►?■■ g : I O F : g -o-ocoooocfcrc ? L■ 5' p 5' F S" p r ; . I i 1 i h '. o ■ H 1, q L) rt -:3??r? !, r P -f 5L L■" g 3 p p b a = g L o p p a o, s p = L s a p 3át&g2gBS3fS o o : v; : c. 5. : 3 Ï a x ■ - ■ r S ■ I f #PI p ?p ; ; = ; ; : ; i : ; ?i ; a ! I i i ! I I i [ I ji I H 51 S1 j k 5 5 S1 S1 S1 51 51 S1 5 B1 The Judge of Probate stated tlmt the Eastern Michigan Vmíiiui eoiald nol receive any more feaiale patients, and itted ti-at arrangement be made witl vate asyluni. Mr. Harriman moved to appota eommlttee of throe to ro witli some private asylum for'care of fEma] uut il there is room in Stnte Asy'.um. Carried. Committee- Harrlman, Schumacner, Hutzel. Mr. Dettling moved tliat Mr. ga be added to tin' Crimina] Cl:: mi t top N'o. 1. Carried. The County Treasurer presented bis annual report. 'i'o the Honorable Chairman .nul the Board of Supervisors of Washtenaw Ooui Gentlemen:-! herewlth transmit my report of moneys received and pald out by me during the timo from October lst, 1901, to October lst, :is shown by fhe tliis office on the first day of October, 1902, all of which is respectfullj ed for your 'D and examination. G-BO. 6. Ml4.IïN, County Treasurer. Moneys received from Üct. lst, 1901, to 1902: Ann Arbor City- $25,25483 ; 11,! 20,833 34 ■ity- 10,182 41 i inty tax 4.TO 04 Kejectcd tax Liuortax _W30J0 Ann Arbor Township- State tax 2.5M 93 CtKiiity tax 1.213 6 PrtaX _!? 3.8E0 5S stt? Tow"Sh'P Min County tax 1,003 51 Rctedtax !! 3,222 CT Bridgewater Township- State tax 2.553 88 County tax VÏS%m Liquor tax 600 00 Poor taX üü -4,340 02 i vn hip- State tax 1.528 S9 Count tax i!2; 2.25139 Freedom Township- State tax j.j County tax l.WJ 11 ' tax ss ■ 3,4o3 60 Lodi TCwtiship- 2,813 83 County tax 1,32 Liquoi . 1 Lima Township- State tax 2 County tax 1, PorUiX 3,64258 Lyndon Township- State tax 1,281 50 , County tax 605 61 ''hester Townshlp- State tax 3,576 07 County tax 1,689 73 Poor tax 60,08 LÍflUr taX ' JÜ! 5,410 88 Northfield. Townshlp- State tax 1 2,2 42 County tax 1.070 5S Puor tax 13 86 Liquor tax 1,000 00 Pittsfield Township- State tax 3,109 67 County tax 1,469 42 Poor tax 67 76 RejecteJ tax 1OJ74 Salem TownshipState tax 2,321 23 County tax 1,096 42 Poor tax 8008 Rejected tax 58 13 „ ■ 3,5ou a Saline Townshlp-' State tax 3,319 38 County tax 1,568 56 Poor tax l21 4,898 18 Sharon Townshi]V- County tax 1,105 18 Poor tax 80 08 Kejected tax 2104 - 3,553 19 State tax 3.24 56 County tax : 1.552 55 P"riax 2573 5,122 89 Superior Township- State tax 2.922 ?8 County tax _w8i_2 43o4is Sylvan Township- State tax 3.8 22 County tax 1,814 75 Rejected tax 91 ._._ ■ .j.1 Webster Township- State tax - cv"ty tox ■ 1J2952 3,51977 York Townshio- State tax 3,609 78 nty tax 1,705 90 Poor tax 5794 ._, ii-ili Township- tax 3 County tax 1.510 99 m Dexter Vlllage, lip tax 2.501 00 iiq tax 4.009 00 n Village, Iiq tax. 2,i Ch " 00 Saline Village, Iiq ta ' - - - - - $ l,i,i".ltr n Delinquent taxes Fine money EHzal n Est l unu .-. Insu! :ind 105 i- I of M. II" Interest frotn A. A. S:i Hank nd is'1 ' 2f, 15 : ' a 373 B6 'und. for rent. 70 80 ■i drain J; 20 0 ; rain i i n hip 264 88 4 70 elr .. 480 00 from Oct. Ist, ■■nint of B irom t $ ■ I-.... YpSÜ: Total ! j;iid out from Oct. Ist, 1901, to Oct. 1,1! i y- Primary Int, school money 8" Del lx Ltauor tax 9, "brary il9,212 70 Ypsilanti City- k Primary Int, school money .L . tax 8 fÁ Liquor tax 8,2; ' m g,! Ann Arbor Township- j hooi e: ;'; I i hr-u'v 14 ds 'orarji 722 15 ' hip- hooi money M ■ ■ ü M73 95 -.cwiiter Township- hocl '""! r money i4' "" ()SII 47 iwnship- , Int, wchool i,l% " 1% D. L. tux i_38 Böffl im TownshiD - ry Int, school ! ' Library '- 3-ü 1.06G51 [i Township- Primary Int, school ",l ',, L2? 1,09005 Lima Tnwnslrp- Primary Int, school WW Ubrar5 __Jif 719 43 Lyndon Township- Primary Int, school money b J D. I,. tax 193 Man ip- ry Int, school money '"S o Library f Liqdor tax J ■ u tilx üü j Northfli-Ul Township- Primary Int, school money 04 Library Liquor tax J '. tax 1,254 98 Pittsfield Township- Primary Int, school money ?2 Library ' 1( D. L. tax 4J3 3. m Township- Primars Int, school money 684 U library ' ' " Ct ■ 15 1)41537 Saline Townshlp- ' Primary Int, school mom y W Library L. tax __Í 1,415 37 Scio Township- hoo! o_ money - a-' ■■■ i D. U ta 63 i4i599 Shara h!p- 1!) a) primary Int, school __!_ Hip-' Í ' h' üf,9 1R ■ }S TT (■iv .. 11 t)l u tax ownshlp- Primary Int. school y ' 1,7 ter Township- Primary tnt, school money Jl ni 1176 419 12 York Township- Primary Int, school money 161 ?? Library - ' tax 1,711 7S Ypsilanti Township- Primary Int, school money ■;: Library l CT9 83 Dexter Vlllage liquor tax t 1.2Ï7 50 Dexter Villagre D. L. tax 4 8 Manchester Village L " Milán Villaje, llquor tax 5WW Saline Village liquor tax 9W W Chelsea Village liquor tax 1,485 W Board oí School Ex 1,932 00 Soldiere' Belief. Com .HH Contingent fund 1 . Deer lácense fund .2 Insurance premium ., ,;'L?!$ County fund 16,54o Tí Delinquent tax street opening, L. Gruner Est .fg Eastern Mioh. Asylum... ........ ■ t pd State Savings Bank „ggST Jáll, for board ?í ? o Building fund I.i39 " ol Mich.; state tax and charsed back taxes 91.685 Detroit House of Correction. . .. 24U T.,oi ljw) o r uei j., op. . rs' Instltute ? m warraiits ■ ,iix,„ graphers í und !■ '. , County poor ;- ' lance tnx 5 WZ U Poor Fund. Wash í'líí ÍX Juror fund „ 4 2j? =2 il fund ;21 BS Witness fund -" Salary fund 6,6b2 07 Koebbe clriiin i % Clark Lake drain -! " 'rain u 'U McCarty drain "J { k drain " Griffln drain cGraw droin y drain 431 (& Stoney Crcek and Stoney Creek K x drain 1 York and Augusta draln 882 10 Comstock drain Superior Townslup No. 1 drain X W) Falk flrain End Mili ■■■■ ijge. unknown hi Elizab.th B. Peyton Eet... 614 36 Total ..$217,379 06 aid Oct. Bal; ,994 47 REPORT OF DRAIX .V XCXT. i Sterlin $ drain Willow Marsh drain ;■ Koebl 4 J . No. 1 drain 15 14 n drain drain i '2 CT '' 31 14 n :! f4 Willow drain 127 Kelsi o [rain 'l Tl n [ing drain 2 1 '1 : lin Irain 57 ' Irei k. No. 1.' PlttB 6 96 ts T 7 i i ti M '■! 1 3 14.". "nrti l ■ Fittsfleld No. 13 drain 2 SI Wcods Outlet drain 18 09 & Fierce drain -uiiM drain Yeoman drain v drain ■.'.!; "uttle & Derbyíhier di ■ - - drain Mffln drain J f in augusta drain 13 W i k drain lp No. 1 ■ I drain, 1 psilanti n.io Your Commlttee to settle with County offlcers n sped Enlly report (ronchers ef the County rei1 and llnd them correct and in aeconlance witb the report of the Treasurer made to the Board. There hand the suni of $6,77.3O which 3nd is on deposlt wlth the Ann Arbor Savings Baiik. C. WHITAKER, ,IXO. R. MIN'ER, M. E. McGUIN. Oct. 22, I Whicii on tuotlon C Mr. Minor was received and referred to eommittee to nnty offlcers. Carrled. jjr ] to adjourn. Canied. JOHN MIXER, ik, I'ro Tem. AFTERNOON SESSION. Board met pursuant to adjournment. ent. Mr. Uan-iimn from Committee on gious Diseases repdrted the follls and reeommended payC. S. Smith. meat McPherson & Holmes. gr. cenes. ... 9 U Bert M. Comstock, bedding 3 40 ü. nurse R A Clift'ird. physician oW Morford & SmLth, drugs E B Kellogg, phyaiclan m o On motiou of Mr. Braun the report was adopted. Mr. Bairïman callea the attention of the Board to the coadition of the tndexes in the office of the Probate Court na leing Hearly worn out, and moved that the Probate Judge be authorized to procure the makin? of new index in bis office af a probable, expense of J200. Carried. The hour having arrived for the . special orde-r to elect School Examjner, Mr. Mincr inoved that M.;n'.r. 3. C nautrh be elected School Examiner, which motiou ed nhani nous iy. The Soldiers Relief presei.ted thcir annual report. Xo the '' Board of Super-, visorj of Washtenaw C'oumy. We, the undersigaed tnembers of the Roldiers' Relief Commission, would ,ectfully report as foüows: I i ' i ir this amotint there has I pended b.V the SGldiers' Relief raission tle stuu of $1.513.06. Amount in hands of Oountv Trcasurer. Oot 1, 1902 t Estímate balance on hand Jan. lst, 1903 K1 Forty-nlne families have been relieved iiy the Commission during the past yeiii'. as follows: Ypsilanti 2f, Manchester 3 Aueusta ' Scio 8 Ann Arbor Brideewater 1 The Board has held fourteen (14) meetings during the year and have drawn in fees. which include mileage, postare and investigatlons, the sum of $2S0.8. The Board would most respectfully recomnieiul that an appropriaiion of ?1.800 be placed to the credit of the re' Relief Oommiégioc, as absolutely neeeseary ti meet i!l just claims apon tlie Comniission dnring the coming year. The Board extends thaiiks to the Connty offleers for nst of their several offices for their meetings. G. L. IIOYT. Chairman. CHAS. C. cauk. ! Secretary. JAMF.S KKI.I.Y. On motion of Mr. Landwher the report was adopted and ordered printte! wi(h proceedings, Carried. Mr. Wliiftakor moved that the report Including recominendation of the appropriation of $1,800 ba adopted. Carried. On motion of Mr. Detling the Board adjouiiuil. G EO. WA LTER, JOHN li. MIXER, rk Pro Tem. October 16, 1902. Board met pursuant to adjournment. Roll cali, quorum present. Minutes of last meeting read and approved. Mr. Harrinïan moved that the Board resolve itself im Oommittee of the Whole, to visit the County House. Mr. Miuer was appointed (Jhalrman of the Oommittee. Carried. Mr. Minor from the Committ'ee of the Whole reported as follo'ws: To the Board of Supervisors: Tli tee of "tli Whole appointed to visit the County House rcport th.it they have performed tluu duïy. They Umi the Countj farm well eared for. The inti rly taken care of. They flnd thatl the on is much decayed and the wind mil] too . loml tha1 e on Public Buili built fi d pump propelled by a no. ully submitti JOHN R. Ml? Chairiitan. On motion of Mr. Harrims port oí' the Committee wa adopted. Adjounied. JOHN R. ilINBR, Clerk, Pro '1' ober 1T, 19 12. Board mei pursuant to adjournment. Roll cali, quorum presi Minutos read and approved. Mr. McCullpugh moved thai blds for g be reqnested for 500 pamphlets and 1,000 pampWets. Carried. Mr. Harriman moved that biils be Invited for the publicatioa of proceediiiüs in one newspaper, also that joint bids be Invited for tlie publicatlon in two newspapers of opposite politics. Carried. Sip. Whlttaker moved that the i order tor reeeiving Report of i Supts. of the Poor be changed to Wed-, nesday, 2:30 p. m. cied. Minor moved that the Connty be authorized fo pureb n 19 37 for the use of the County, the Stand:iví1 Adding Machine, it not to exceed $150. :,m1 ï.y the following vote: The ï'eas and N;iy being caHed for. Yeas- Miner, Osterlln, Fischer, Kntpf, Rhodes, Harriman, Braun, rs, Grooshaus, Bunclman, Li nz. Whittaker, ShankBacoa, Warner and McCullough 1 Nays-- Dettliw?, Halst, Eaymond, es and Damon- 5. Mr. Bacon presented the animal report of the Building CJommittee. To the Honorable Öhairman and Board of Snpervisons of Washtenaw County- Gentlemen:- Tour Cbmrnittee of Public Buildings would respectfully submit the Col!ow4ng report from Oct. 1001 1" Oot. 1902. As per your order had executed the following: Flxing un Sunervlsors room. calniniiiine and Daini ient $273 10; PalntinK and flxing urt House 16S24 Walk on west Bide oi jall ai Work beneath and n Retrister of Deerl Office to make it fin -moot. S99 fO in book rt Metal Constructinn Co) Z, "W Two vault. rloors 22D W W'o Incurred the following debts for ! repairs: Ed Easterlv $15 75 W. Hei'zoer 1 40 C. Levere 2 50 Hutzel & Co 22 08 ■ . ■■. fl f0 W. Hera 38 53 Luick Rros 14 6 Luick Bros 43 23 $14o n .Tail- A. Hirtz. grading J6 84 C Bowin. curbins 17 00 Koch "Rros.. mason work.... 20 50 . $44 -il County House- F Howard ?3 00 John Eitine 39 82 Overhausine and rennirins boiler in basement of Coiirt House and steam renairine- ). nutter % Son $39 62 W. P. Flvnn 3 00 1. Sutter & 9on 16 75 H. Otto & Son 19 I.. Sutter Ü Son 14 06 K-h Br0S jül!5 $246 S2 Your Committee's compensatlon is is follows: $73 0) W. Baron. 20 Aa ie stamp and teleohone hill f0 01 W Bacon 20 davs and müeaere 80 00 ■ ood. 16 dava and mileage 10- SUPERVISORS GG Your Cominlttee Would r ommend that ivide ■ a1 the County H Al! of wliii-ii s n'sii ■mti'uü.v submitfea. IiUfiEXE OESTiüRLIN, W1I.I.1AM BACOX, IKA VVOOD, Wliii-'n report v, and adopted. Mr. Holmes moved fhai the Buüd■ lic directed to report t the Board ;ui estímate of thé amount required Cor tlie repairs nf Connty buildings for the ensuing year. Carried. On motion of Mr. DettHng the Bqard i adjourned. JNO. R. MIXKR. Clerk, Pro 'lm. AFTERNOON SESSIuX. Board met pursiiant to adjournment. Roll call, ouoruni present. Mr. Dettllng from Com. Crim. Olaims No. 1. re'ported the followtng i .ilis -aiiii recommended payment: Zina D. Buck, dep'y sheriff. .$381 74 $368 58 Zina D Buck. deo'v sheriff.. 180 78 173 28 Paul Schall. deD'v sheriff ... 191 50 18700 W. II. Lehman. deD'v sheriff. 20 30 20 30 Whieh on motion w:is allowed and ordered paid. Mr. Efarriman from ContagiouB Disease Commlttee reported the followlng and recofumended payment: James Hueston. medical attendance 22 00 $22 00 Whieh ón motion was allowed and ordered paid. On motion of Mr, Lutz adjourned to Monday, 10.30 á. m. GBO. W ALTEE, ,TXO. li. MINER, Cbairman. Clerk Pro Tem, October 20, 1002. Board met pursuan to adjournment Bol] cali, quorum present. Minutes of former meeting rëad and approv#d. A petltlon vras réceived from EJugene Osterlin Executor of the Estáte of man praying that the sum of $83.33 be refunded to said pstate for liqpor imx oceurring after tlip deatl l:uislni;in. .I;ii. 4. 1902, thni snni havinp been paid by his sucir in liiisiiicss. Mr. Bacor moved the allowcl:iim $83 33 $83 35 uurriea. Vr. Harrïman from Crim. Com. No. 2 reported the following and reoonihk'ihIciI paymept: W. G. Doty, iusticp $78115 $78115 Alluwcd on mol ion of Mr. 1 1 arrima n. Harriman .from Committée on Contagious Diseases reported the followin nended payment: 15 Schumacl $10 2o ! iimi 8 0C I 4 '5 Xorthfi.ld - atn Volz. meat 7 04 - i 'iis Mr. c.-iily ut requesi of v port i'!1"!)! the Spei ial Comitigate the tramp quesA un -Ai-l (H-. Micli.. Oct. 13, 1002. To i able Board of Supervisors of Waslitenaw ('ouiily. Grentlemen: - Vuur cominittee appointecl iiy your Honorable hody at the October session of i'.ml to examine the Docketa of, the Jusfice Courfes with regard to trampa and ilnmk arreats, also to visit the Oounty .Tail whenever they deem it necessary, would make the Collowing, report: In lookiug over the situation and calling npon the different Justices ot the County, yonv Cominittee fotrod 1 that the oumber om to the County rail Trom the smaller courts is exceedutrl.v small. We hall, therefore, ; ïne ourselves to the Justlce Courts of : mti and .Vmi Arbor wit'h the - iowing resulta. The numbér committed ■ four Justice Courts of Doty, Glbson, Chllds and Joslyn were is fiillows: November. 1901- Total number committed in November 3 ge daya In Jail per man 10 number of days in jaü in November 00 Lber. 1901- Xnul number committed in December J"4 Averai i :iail per man 11 Total in .i:lil 8U Januari I Total nnber committed in January 12R Average laya in iail Der man lUfei daya In Jail in Januarx H50 1802- Total number c.ommlttert in Februii rv ■■' lall per man IVA Total number of lavs In iail in Pebruarv 1Í56 Ch. 1902- Total nttmber rommitted in Maren.. 11iavs in iail Der man Total number of days in jall, Maren. 1300 Arril 1902- number committed to iail. in ADril '-'x Avvage days in Jai] per man Total number of days In Jail, -April.. 2O V.av. 1902- Total number commitfed to jail. May. 13 Total numb a 1 310 ■i jail nol' man H .Tune 1902- Total number oommitted In Juno - 12 ge days in lall nar man 10 Total numl nme.. 120 Julv 19fl?- Total number committed in July 26 p 'T man 7 Total number of days in iail 180 ust, 1902- Total number committed in August.. 15 Average daya in Jail per man 12, Total number of dava in Ausust - 170 September. 190?- Total numbei' eommitted in September 'n Average days in iail per man Total aumber of days In iai! 150 Tot.u nuinber committed from the four justioe courts of Doty, EHbson, Ohllds and Joslyn from November Ist, 1901 to Octobeir the lst, 1902, was 580, of which 521 committed tor being drunk and disorderly. ïot:tl number of days these persons were in jai! was 6,516, Your Oommittee was also Instructed to visit the ja il trom time lo time as they (lc"iii((i it aecessary and note the. hun her of prisoners at -.-ueli times eonílhed therein. Ymir committea wonld state tha1 they have made per-, sonal examinatiofts on the lst and I.itli I of each month and noted fhe number present at stich times witii the foJJowifij resulta: Number of prisoners in lail. Novem: I9ffl 1" jal] Novem 16 Number of prisoners in Jail Decem1 1901 - :;- Number oí Drisoners i'i lal] December 15, 1901 :''"' Number of prisoners in Jai] January, 1, 1902 "4 Nujaber of' Drisoners in 1ail January, L902 ï Number f Drisonets in iail Februa 1. 1902 ': Number of Drisoners In i.iil February 15. 1M2 44 i Number of prisoners ir 1. 1902 ,■ 27 Number of in-isoners in ini! March 1, 1902 58 Number of prisoners in iail April 1. 1902 1 Xumber of prisoners in jaiy April 15, 1902 H Number f Drisoners ir. lail May 1, 1902 8 Number of prisoners in inii May 15. 1902 9 Number of prisoners in jat] June 1. 1902 9 Number of prisoners in' )all, June 15. 1902 S Number of Drisoners in iail July 1, 1902 14 Number of prisoners n iail July 15, 1902 6 Number. of prisoners in jail August 1, 1902 8 Niftnber of prisoners in jaü August 15, 1902 5 Number of nrlsoners in iail Septomber 1. 19C2 Nmbr of prisoners in jail SeDtember Bi 1902 8 Your dbmmittee further report thitt the oíficers f ces and Jail fees and bftcfd ' for tho persons convlcfed of being drunk and disorderly, otberwlse "tramps" nmounted during the past ye&T to uwre than ten thousand dollars. II. G. l'KKTTYMAX. C. H. OADY, CHAS. BRAtPX, Ir. Harriman raoved to accépi and 'efer to Committce on. Crim. Claims Xo. 1. Carried. Mr. Harriman moved tli.it fhe aiiovc ■eport lic furnished to the papers of tln County fof immediáte publication. Mv. Miner moved tliat a special comnittee be appointed 1o eonsider the Tiimp questlon and t procure from the Législature au enabliêp act aúthor[zing the County of Washtenaw to es tablish and maintain a County Work Carried. Mr. Harriman, Mr. Whittaker and Mr. Bacon appointed such ee. Mr. Fray moved that the Sp Commiftee to investígate and repoi the Board tin1 number oí drank and disorderly committed In .ail be cón- .] for the pnsniitK year as follows:! Mr. Braun, Mr. McCullough, assistèd by Mr. Cady. Can Mr. McCullough moved to adjourn to 1 ::o ]i! ra. Carrled. SESSION. f Board mei pursuant tp adjoumment. Roll oalled, qm Mr. Whltaker was elect'ed teraporary man. The üt of porson if the burial of i w.is pead and the Collowrag ch: were madi : Brkl eks. Visilanti. 5th. Ward- Davii W tb Mu' above porrection the list, was adopted. Mr. Miner moved i'o adjoorn. Carried. f?EO. WAII'I'.I!. ,].O. l. MIXKU. Chairman. Olerk. Pro Tem. Octobes 21, J902. Board met pnrsuant to adjournirient Roll cali, quorum pres nt. Minutes of las) meeting read and npprovedi Mr. Bacon from Committee on Civil Claims reported the followlng bilis and recommended payment. Report adopted. Mnrk & Mack. soldlera burlal $40 00 Mack & Mack. soldiers burla! $M 00 F Staffan & Son. soldiers burlal... 40 00 F Staffan & Son. Rulciiers burlal... 40 00 i!. C Hirlns. soldiers burial - ' - hurial Tav E. Moore Co.. :-oldiers bu;ial 40 ■■■ Wallace & CSark. solcliers burial... Jenter & Rauschehbi burial H. W. Potter. soVMei O. M. Martín, soldlers burlal 40 00 O. M. Martin, soldlers burlal F. J. Muehll?, soldiers burial 40 (B i ii. Parker 11 OS l 'i i Charlea Parker, juror 1 TO Geo. C. Parker, juror 170 C'lifforil Parker. Juror 17') Frank Schairer, juror 1 7:1 Jacob ; elementa, witness Mari' Geo. . : ■ J.tr. Ni ex&imnatlOD B. 1F. V;i! 1 Paul luror Helnzman, .mor i w D. J. LoomiK. juror 1 60 John l. MIner. Juror lyer, juror l 60 ule, juror Emil Walti Rosin. bier wltni ss Michael Staebier, witness Martín I.. Belser, postmoitem and a 1 na t ion : C. E. Parker. DOstmortem. horsi Art Ar truction Co., steel book cases 2.1 Wm. Gerstner cáre insana Derson Kate Vt. Joslyn, Mr. Dettling from Crihi Claims No.l reporied the tollowing and recomuieuded payüient. Report adopted. Krank Munder $2S 00 John Gilfcnj ■ ird .Mr. II d'.iücs ironi Crim Claims No. 2 reported the followins and recommended paymi Repori adopted. Frank Joslya, justice $42S h Mr. Harriman rrom Contagious 1 ease Oommittee reoorted üo following j and recominended Dayment as stated. Report adopted. Dr. Alb't Walker. fumlgating.$25 00 $5 Oy L. J. Bell. mr.l. attendance.... 40 70 40 7a O. F. Underkircher. med. attendance 95 00 . Au invttation was reeëived from the Homeopathie Hospital to make i a visil Hijs afternoon which was aceepted on motlon of Mr. Munn. Mr. Osterlln offered the folíowng (852). Resolved, Tlmt the snm of hundred dollars beallowed to John L Duffy, Proseeuting Attorney, 6 cover the expenses ncurred by hiin in attending the trial and examination in the varlous Justlce Courts of th County, iu preparing cases Cor trial In the Circuit Oourt umi in the collection of the liquor tax. Adopted. The following hiils for printing proceedings were received. Ann Arbor, Mich., Oot. 21, VMY2. 6rentlenien: - iWill pnblisli proceedUfrs in the Times and ('onvicr Reglstei; and 1,000 piimphlefrs al $4.00 per page W SI LI' i:.W TIMES. Ann Arbor, Oct. 21, 1902. Board ' Supervisors: Dear Sir: - In response to yours fur n bid tur publishing in : Republican and Democratie paper and for the pamplistyle of last year, wc pnblish the proceedings in tfie Che Herald and the Ann Arbor Argus, 1,000 pamphlets it rate of $3.00 per pamphlet pase. If but ."(lo pamphlets are desired we will print tlii proceèdlngs in tho papers and furnish 500 pamphlets for $2.80 n page. l'OM W. MINCAY. Chelsea Herald. S. W. BKAKES, Ann Arbor Argus-Democrat. On motion of Mr. Harriman tlie bid of' tbc ('hcisa Herald and Ann Arbor ArgiM Democrat, was accopted for 50O pamphlets. Adjourned to l:.0 p. m. AFTERNOON SESSTON. Board met pursuant to adjournment. Roli cali, quorum present. Mr. Lutz from Crlm. Claims To. 2 reported the followlng and recommendcd paynient Report adopted. Hérbert Childs. lustlce $5115 $474 60 Frank .Toslvn. iustioe 3 i5 3 75 Mr. Dettling fnun Crlm. Xo. 1 reported the followlng and recommended paymeni : Report adopted. Bert Gillen. Hep. horiff $394 25 $389 " On motlon of Mr. Damon, Franklïn .1. Fleicher was elected Su)t. of the Poor for the ensulng three years. ii-. Bacon from Olvil C'.ainis Ooinïnitti'c reported the followlng and reeommpnded payment: ee Nsillor. lustlce as coroner, Ester Gorton Pfl.se .$5 3 F. J. Tousey, subpoftnaa 2 75 John Murrav. luror 171 i Luther Bussey. luror 156 David Deakfi. ïurnr 174 X. s. Haywood, juror 174 Win. Staiibro. iuror 17! John B Vanslckle. iuror 174 Report' adotped. Mr. JIcCullough offered the following. Resolved, That Messrs. Harriman, Whlttaker and Bacon be appointed a Special Committee to secure an acl !y the County óf Washtenaw eau bave n Board of Hirco Auditors to ■c-ted ïiy ilü' Board of Supervisors -the flrsl Board to have their i for nut', iwii .■uní lime years. Sald Board on the loth of eacli montn i" andil bilis and other expenses fo be paid iiy the Oounty. Wliich reso Iu1 ion was adopted. Adjourned I" 10.30 a. m. .!.(). B. MIri:i!. Olerk, Pro Torn. Oetober SJ. L902. Board mei pursuani i adjoiirnmen.t. Roll en 11, qui.niiM present. Minutes 3ession w i-c.iil and approved. M]-. iint inittee on ■ es reportfd as follows: Your OoBsmittee to whorn was -i that .lied thl the Auditor O( ñera I illow Im; siiiii to i1 nssessea: $-is 25 279 93 nn 1 81 W. A. HtTTZBiLi, IIKUMAX KRiA!PtF. ]{( port adopted. Mr. Detllng. Crom Crimina] Cía STo. 1. reported tliE followlng claims :iiiil recommended payinent. Report adopted : ■d of prlsS.4K 13 .l Mr. Harrlinan, from Committe Oontaglous Dlseases, reported tbe following elalms and reommended payment as gtated: Ella ñhnffer mirse $14 00 $10 W Geo Ê. Sandford. medicaltendance 79 55 60 00 Geo. S. Wheeler. cro 4 07 4 67 Mr. Liutz, from Committee on Oriminal Claims No. 2, reported the followiiif; claims Rnd reeommi nded payment. Report adopted: j. Henry l'isli, justiee f57 75 $5175 The following persons were, elected as county canvassers: Marcus Cook, Ezra B. Morris, and John J. Hunter for the ensuing year. Tlie following commurilcation was Lved: In the Washtenaw Post I hereby i publish in full the proceedtranslating gam, for the sum of Sevefity-five Dollars. E. J. HELiBBR. On motion of Mr. Harrlman, was accepted, pro Ided that the proceedings of the January 'i" included. Mr. Hol mos moved that the Building Committee investigate the co Ing and lightlng the county buildings and report at the January sion. Carried. Mr. Haist moved to adjourn to 1:30 p, in. C. rrièd. JXO. R. MINER. Clerk j' I'. M. SESSION. ird met pursuani to,adjournment. Roll cali. Quoimm present. Mr. Fishcr. from Committee mi Criminnj Claims No. 1. reported the following claims and recommended payment. Report adopted: " . J. Holmes, deputy sheriff $9.37 AJso without recomrnendation. Bert Gillen, deputy sheriff YVhk-li. mi motlop., was ordered paid. Mr. Warner, from Coi Itti e on Salarles, reported .-is follows: Vour Oomaiittee on Salaries of Coun ty Offu-ers make the CoHowlng report! i k. without fees in criminal cases per annurn f, Balnry of treasurer, ner annum... 1,000 00 ry of probi . p, per annum 600 00 Balary of prosecutlng attoriiey, In for .-ill #ork, per annurn...' .. 1,300 00 Balary of eommissio annum 1,200 00 ry of school examinéis per day We recommend thai' the allowance for board tf prisoners be flxed at ir% per mea!. No charges for lodgiDg. Tnrnkee fee, seventy cents eaeh prlsoni r. 'l'li.-it said bilis ppesented to County Clert c::c-;i moiith be paid 75 per cent. from contingent fund, subject to review iiiid adji.stiuent hy the Board of Supervisors. That the .Tanitor be paid $."011 per annum, also $30 Co vices at jail in the winter monfhs. 0. P, WAüXKK. HERMAN KRAPF, eugene (ii;sri.i;i.ix, Whlch report was adopied. Mr. Bacon presented the claim of an township for expi uses in deOg the -nii of Dr. Schmid for fi1vici-s in case ei contagiosa ili Was reeeived and referred to Come on Cont tgious Diseases. Mr. Holmes, from Criminal Claims Xo. 2, reported the followrag claims and rec nded payment: ien $29 20 lle 1 30 ; justice B. Turrbull sti T. F. Taylor, justice $10 4") 7 4" Jlr. Mijier moved to nstruct tlnj f(minitt(e on Public Buildings to procare :i new carpet for the room occupiiK) by the Circuit ïudge and havo tho walls tinted. Carried. The Superintendent of the Poor made bis animal report, whicB was reeeived and referred to the committee to settie with the Superintendets of the Poor. To the Honorable Board of Supervisors of Washtenaw County: Gentlemen: - We. the undersigned Supwintemlents of the Poor for said county, respectfully submit a report of receiptfe and expenditures at the County llmise for the year ending September 30, 1902, as follows. We have reeeived eash as follows: Ann Arbor City $517 18 Township 106 92 Bridgewater " 80 08 Freedom " SS Lima " 80 08 Manchester " 8') OS Northfieid " 1: Pittsfield " 67 7. Salem " 80 OS Saline " 10 34 Sharon " 80 08 Bcio " 2" T York " 57 94 Tpsilanti City 863 28 Total $2.325 04 Cash from County House: l Ruil gold $ 4" oo 1 Cow sold 30 00 Pigs sold 41 i. Coal eold 17 65 "ld 15 .y BOld 36 00 fBn sok1. 2 10 old Hutter BOM I ■i 1 i an Twm elved from Northfleld Twp..... 40 04 $.73 SS counts for teinporary relief In the ■ent CTties and Townships have been audited and paid for from the follows: bor Township- : 2 7r. 1 City- ! : i ■ ;pensea 10 00 :- ta Township- 10 05 J.0 05 wnship- 1 88 75 ■ral expenses 1 -" tip - i !. 11 9 O 62 82 . lst District- ! 7 :■ lanta S6 92 nti City. 2nd Distrii : .... 99 S4 es 33 70 ,. 133 54 hip- ■iportatlon to County S Supei visor's services 5 00 7 25 itendenis' Services- ■: F'. Mason "! 86 s Taylor 22 73 Philip Duffy 78 J. Fletcher 57 90 210 98 Jrnnsportation to Friends- E. P. Mason 4 45 James Taylcr 6 52 . c r. r rm fiiilip Duffy 2 81 '■■ J. Fletoher 60 '. Whitaker 4 19 A. A. R. R 86 "■ Damon 3 27 L. Shankland 4 50 V. L. Shankland 4 50 66 98 Uelief From- Cities and Townshipa $648 22 210 98 Transportation to f rienda. 56 98 -, 916 18 Lumber- James llanby 16 88 Clement W. Gill 1 60 jg g Wood and 1' .. A. &aa ' 'o 33 00 U H. MoCrady 1. Frank Stowell 116 01 ktanci 134 70 H. D. PIat 1 , P. J, Fletcher, for .Maple Ilill Cual :;■ 07 61 r arm Implements and Seer'a- Jami 5 00 Ainsworth & Bacheler I 11. J] Mii I 1 34 Benz ■ 7 ,;- Mie) ,■ Co E, F. Scha r Brni j 1 and Breadstufïs- Michigan Milling E0 122 OS ■■■■■ 1 30 The Gooil ind OH- v. hankland I. C. 19 75 17 30 17 30 I s- Iathew Long ; 1 Schm :; J. F. Schuh V. L. Bhankland 2 19 W. A. Schnelder ; F. J. Fletcher 1! I Em and 4 60 Victor ; Benz Anton Teufel Hardware Account - J. C. Fischer 39 42 Knif-st A. Meterle 12 78 H, T. Lefurge 72 93 Hay, Graln and Feed- WHHanj : Michigan Mlllihg Co :-{S 17 Groceries oud Provisions- Robort Shankland 41 89 V. Xj. Shankland...., 350 CaBper Elinsey 108 11 is. King & Co !, Standard Ofl Co is 50 John Cowen . Rinpey & Seabolt 7-4 92 Dean & Co 20 29 A. lt. Deverqux 6 (X) Wtlllaro Parker 755 C. H. Dale 4 00 441 71 Furniture: Mack sFliack 30 no V. L. Shankland 1 00 Martin Haller 24 12 - '■O Rlrssy & Seabolt 29 76 n & Co - 34 01 ! k 74 70 V. T-. Shankland C. Frey [ Lena Billmire 6 y : John HirkniHn 8 00 William Baxter 3 lunet 31 50 Nella Bush 7 no Hei ; 130 00 X) 00 PJcrotz 2 Martín Leidel 7 1.246 89 BeefJames Geraghty 3 C. Frey C. V7 Vogrel i .1 F Ho"l7lï SO 11 Chas. F. Pardon 12 21 H. Zachman 2 30 533 53 Clothlr.g- Cutting, Reyer & Co 34 7-1 Wadham Ryan & Renl 355 I,indpn;5chmitt & Apiel 8 87 James Taylor . . . . 15 11 S2 53 Books and Stationery- V. L. Shankland 2 00 Ann Arbor Printing Co . 2 76 F. J. Fletcher 1 15 Argus Democrat 100 6 90 BootJ and Shoe- 1 Mrs. D. M. Gl.ass 13 21 King's Shoe Store Z C. Trim 1 00 Philip Duffy 100 37 21 Expense Account- E. P. Masen 15 00 F. J. Fletcher 12 00 27 00 Dry Goods and Bedding - Wllllam Goodyrir 12 08 Schairer & Millen 5101 W. H. Sweet & Co 57 55 Mack & Co .' 4 50 f 125 14 Medical Attendance- I'. of M.' Hospital Horneo 112.52 Dr. W. B. Hirslale 66 68 Dr. S. M. Huil 3 00 182 25 Recapitulation - Lumbor $ IS 4S ' ■■■ i md Coal 607 64 Farm Implements and Seeds 14:i 0" ur ana BreadstufTs 122 0! Drugs and Medicinfs . 10 07 Paints and Oils 1! 7Blacksmithing 17 3C Repnips Hardware 72 Or Orain and Feed 43 r,7 islons 441 79 Furniture 65 12 ITHp I Beef Clothing is and Shoes Dl t ' Orders pald to akte - On!. i with Cou Torn s:..l'.1] 09 The followlns amöunts are duo the POOI" fUnd ílnlll -lU.S 1111(1 tdWnstlilW luani and care of inmates ;it the y 1 [ouse t'u' the past year: I ■- wks. d's. Kate Bahn oblnson .... Roberl Tidoswel! . . 'T S7 37 3 i 26 ' Ohai . 1 Fred Himendinger.. 17 Lewia L9 1 36 23 William Follske 15 670 86 Ann Arbor Township - William Da vis Curtía Davia 4 3 sil K Bridgewater Township- Cath. 96 20 96 20 Vlanchester Township - Frank Wright John Berscher 4 2 7 94 Mary Berscher 38 3 71 01 175 15 iwnahip- Clar;i Wad. 52 96 3) Andrew G. Wade ... 1 ":" 15 Mrs. C. Hewett r3 9fi 20 Lewis Rhasing ."1 94 35 ■ 321 90 Northfleld Township- Pat Kelly 52 6 97 R2 Receivfd cash 40 04 57 78 Pittsfleld Township- Cíirlstian Stabler ... 20 2 37 54 York Township ■ Delin. Harrington ..23 2 52 8S Alex-ander W'elcom. 4 1 08 53 % Sharon Township- Vangllder .... 19 6 36 77 Salem Township- Aan 30 55 0 i les Kingsiey ... 3 3 6 26 Cash íidvanced by order, ol B. C. Whití Iré 102 50 Ijima Township- r 52 96 20 Augusta Smith 1 i 85 Salit lp - Allg', ;) ... 10 i 19 58 wnship- tleicher ... 62 96 20 Ypsilpnti City, lst District- James Sanford 52 96 20 Riehard Wliiting ... 52 96 20 Williatn Ieak 21 4 39 93 llama 4 2 7 94 John Miller 9 1 16 92 An, 6 3 11 81 . 52 96 20 365 20ity, 2d r)istrict- 53 96 20 62 96 20 Mllll 52 96 20 . 52 . 96 20 'SZ 96 20 481 00 $846 20 ti Township- lllcr 12 2 33 Arbor City 670 86 ir Tnwi s'iip 104 31 96 20 Manchester Township 170 15 i hip '321 60 Northfteld Township 57 78 . ishlp 37 54 Torh 53 96 Sh:n nip 36 77 n Township 165 26 96 20 Augusta TcWnship i S6 Salem Townshiy 164 2 Web ter Township % ■ i lat District 3fl5 & Hity, 2nd District 481 00 Ypsilonti Township 2 39 Total ....$2,7811 .Male intnafeTnaintained. .. 50 tale lnmates raaintalrfed 19 69 rage mimheroí irmates 40 Additionnl hclp n house i farm 13 Nati' 31 18 sh . ....: 5 Negrcts 7 1 '-1 Ii'' ns 1 69 nu-nber cf deiths... 6 f mutes. ... 2 i u iber oí olind 2 :' and buildings: IDO acre=! at $89 per acre....$ l:i ■■ 12.80) 00 $20.000 00 o lucts: ■ 3-0 ''u;!i ' s of wheat at 65s.$ 203 00 s t 30c. 3 0 bu !:■!-■ of p ti i ( at 50c 175 00 i 25e.... 2í) 00 i $7 14 Gard ■ i Ine s 100 09 w 2 0 00 1 ■ 41 00' Esti wfi te 1 valué t l"h r $1,414 50 ante on stock: F' it vi rk kre $ 3"5 "0 2"0 00 Two 2-j'ear-cld helfers 50 00 :■ j )i .11 51 00 '0 .-1 gg ICO 00 T' r' ■ t 0) Flve cws vvith 33 plg? 5 01 i ■ ■. ; $1,062 50 Fi'rnltur ti the hnre....$1.2 'i Di .-„, -g .,„,] h,.,itiing ]V) (VI f ■■ ■ 25 00 Groccries , 7ü 0-) 7o .ras of stove wood at $2 00 140 00 35 ctrds cf four-fc ot wood 5 00 01 80 trn cf eoal at $100 310 09 Farin Implemento BOO 00 2 5Í5 00 Average cost of maintáining inmates at ti o Counly House, exclusive of the prodrcts of íhe farm and inmutes labor. ■■ mu' "d oi"htv-(ive one bundreUths dollars per week. Kk tima te for the ensuing year: Beef $ 501 00 Bl-arks-nithiig 50 00 Brri-= and shoei 100 00 1 l stationery :7r 00 Clothing 100 00 1 . itchen helo 3(0 00 Cr rery nnd cliw4re 2ñ Drugs and medicines 50 00 Dry goeds and bedding 200 00 1 Farm labor 300 00 Fnrm implemento nrd seed.. 100 "0 Fleur and breaCs'ulTs 100 00 Freight 25 00 Furniti'ie 25 00 H-rdw're W 00 Hay and grain 100 oo , Crecerles and rovisions.... öX) 0) . Imtircvemfnt Yi "A Keeper and Matron 650 00 I u"bcr 15) 00 Medical fterdants 100 O-J Paints and oils "'■ v Repairs 100 00 Tobacco 50 00 Tr-'-nrrtation to frionis 100 0 Outside temporary relief 1.000 00 4.8"K 00 Of the estima teil expenses for the lint; yi;, $2.781 15 duo from eities and towns, fi' board and care oi' poer. We have n Imlance of $26809 in the hand Cotmty Treasurer after proviuinj: and nnpaid. This wil! ;cy of $1,776 ■ We would tlit n .'t tin; sum propri ully subïnitted. by üic nndersigned Superintendents of the l'oor. Dated Oei, '1802. P. .f. FI.KTI 'HKÜ. nul ir ifi'i . JAMES TAYI.OU, We, tïie committee, tod tlu alwve r1 poft correct witli the exceptioo of oiu' error of seventy cents on amount received. BURT P. SCirrMACHEK, K. P. WARXElt, ' G. H. HODES, , Committee. Mr. Elarrlman moved to eonsider the report of the committee relating to the claim of O. B. Parker (page 169.) Cnrried, and the claim was referred to tiu committee. The claim of Oeo. Teeple for $56.00 for sparrow orders, held up last yeajJ was presented. On motion of Mr. Ki con the claim was allowed. by a vote of 20 supervisors, yea more thaii two-l thirds. Adjourned to 10:30 a. Dl. JNO K. MIN'ER, I Clerk Pro Tem. GEO. W ALTER. Chiiirman. Octobor 23, '02. Board met pursuant to adjournment. ïoll eall. Quorum present. Minutes of the last meeting were read and aproved. Mr. Bacon moved tliat the adoption of the report of the Committee on Salaries, so far as it related to the lixiiiR ff the priee for board of prlsoners, be reconsidered. Carrled. Mr. Bacon moved that tho priee t, be allowed to the Sheriff for prlsoners ii.' flxed ai eleven cents per meal and eleven cents for todglng Carried. Mr. Raymond, froin Oommittee on CUrll Claims, reported as tollos - recomniended paym Reporl adopted. B. F. Watts, coroner (Thos, RabWt 5e Conners, juror i j Patrlck Sloan, juror ig-er juror Lavy, juror i, juror Dante] Qulsh, juror ,. 190 Amtl Sohland, wltness.... 85 Michael Paul, witness WilJiarn Davy, witnesa : ■y, M. 1.. medSeal examination B P. Watts, coroner (Jus. Kierzek) 26 Win. A. ('lurk. juror 1 $0 'in. juror "i. iuror Vm. J. Aprill, juror Ohas. Schott, juror H. J. Ahhott, juror Wm. Murry, wltness Btankin witnesa . I)., mi onér (Wlt'r E. ! - roiier ( rren) .3 80 B. F. Watt Mr. Miner, from committee to 6 Avith county otticers, reported as lowis: Vuur cohimitte to settle with county offleers respectfnlly report that taey have made :i eareful exanilnation of the books and vouchers of the County Tri sur. r ami flnd them correct; .mil in accordance with the report of the Tteaöurer made to this Board, tuere ■ui hand October, urn', the suru of $(,77O.:. which they ftnd ís on deposlt in the Aun Arbor Savings Bar.k. 1!. C. WIHTTAKKR TNO. ii. MüXEE, M. E. McGUIBE. Which report was adopted. riic same eommittee, wirh thetr approvai, sulimltted the tollen wl ' 'Unty, in account with l'hilip Blum. County Cierk: To n $31 50 i'o i To recordlng W divoi dings. 24 50 Due for ree Total Cr. By entry fee %( ri ilry fee :osts , Telephoues receipts ia) Total Batanee due cl Mr. Bacon, lï ,m I tommittee on Civil Claima, reported as foüows: S. A. Co, sold . b. lustice, a ener. I dy, juror 1 00 luror il lam Wliitman, Juror 70 Masón, su aires Taylor, supt. poor p I. DntCy, supt. poor H. D. Wlthen 11, lust 9 corm R. Pierce) Wflllam K. mnty agent 3 00 Report adopted. Mr. Miuin. from Special Committee, rported aa follows: 'i & Co., carriae to county hoise '.$10 00 B. Walker, do 7 00 olhemus Transfer, do Mr Pray .froui Drain Commi eported: Vour Cimmitto 011 Drains report ;h:; ïcy have examined the report of Mr. and corapared with Treasurer's luiL-d-. and flnd that fhey agree and th;ir tho balarce priven by hira is corr m 1. Wc umi from tin Connty Ti ii'vr's récord that the followins amounta have been reeeived from township treasurers for the drains mentlond: ' :i rlrnin $10 00 Preeman drain 15 23 Tuthi'i a"d Derbyshire drain 2 72 ■ Bennett drain 33 88 ' Th. se iiminnts have heen credited to their respective drains. We ■ ommend that the sairt report bi accepted and placed on record. We n'so rrcominend that the b-ill for $30.00 fpf sprvlcea renflered bv Mr. Barry in h!s office be paid, it bring luwful and correct. .T. G. PRAT. W. D. HARR1MAN, M. L. RAYMOND. Report ;irtoptcil. Mr. PcHli"" 1" -- ■■■11 Onminnl Cli ii..s Xo. 1, reportpd t lic followlnj; and recornmended payinent: John OUVn, shr-iff $wii p.]!in. ohe-if I i tim"n aag'itv "heriff l1 0 ri-- ' shT'f 'A". lliick deouty s'-r-itT 6 83 lerlff l 60 Keport idopted. Mr. li 'i;. i m ('inimiiltrc on PrintneTfSi ' to ptib'i ■ Your ( om Fin; i V tO ij the i ícense for tlie eu fund ilfi '11 "0 v fii-ii 17 11 fund J-r r fuii'i 4 i"ivi .. 800 00 S"ol caees In rr-Erister offlee Í Bra'-d of 'c'n-iol examiners 1 PtonnsTaphor i Soldlers' relief comm I.' Poor - V'f' MtK) Hg-hta i.soo oo ' - '--■ joño imi Salary oí county offleers 670000 Toa l $s 7V 00 , lOstlmnted liquor tax for 1903 16 OV) 00 Tot'il nmount to be spread on I ,v pmi. ! ♦- - 42,700 00 (KOlltii: A. lUVCIMAN, OHAlíbKS HKAIN. MU'HAKi; F. GROSSHANS. Mr. Lutz. from Crimïial Claims No il. reported. recomniendlug payment of follouinü buis: w. r v".rpli. intiro $2 H. D. Vith'"fll. iustifp 30 .Torr.(. y Wakmar. tusttee 5 40 ColHns Luxton, deputy sheriff 16 98 Adonted. A bid was receivfil from II. 3. Penrson. M. D., for medical and surcrical nttendance and medicines at oounty i;iil for ensnlng yenr. at Kisrhty Dollars, wi'ich iiid wils accepted. Adjourned to 1:30 p. m. P. M. SESSION. Board met puisant to ndjournment Rol] cali. Quorum present. Mr. Shankland, f rom Cömmlttee on Per and Mfleage, recommend tlic pai of the followíi T,h r ■ Miles.Days.Amount. John R. Miner i j.f 14" 19 Bugene Osterlin .... 1 -í 12 I y, Herman Krapf . . 1 Ggorge H. Khodes 1 12 Bert F. Schumaeher 1 v Charles Braun 4 John Lawaon i 12 yj 99 46 32 Mlchai luiré 20 Frank ast Michael Grosshans . Gcorge Runciman Henry Landwehr .-. 35 12 ■l (í Pray 12 fred Hutzel 4 12 John Munn John Lutz 1 C. WTiittakep. . . . !) 12 'Morton L. Kayir ....6 12 william 17 Bert K ■ er is 12 I l);iri!.,;i i Hcrush Mr. Harriman, from Civil - follows: Report adoptd. Mr. Harriman, from Conjmltte Contagious Diseases, reported, recomig payment ns follows: Sylran Township, de!. l of Dr. Schmid for atti scarl , Report adopted. Mr. Baeon, from Civil Claims Come, reported, recommending ■ ns follows: Andrus Guíete, .hiror $160 : ut iel, Juror Jame '" t ,-,a W. H. Wilsey, Juror urpr Beport adopted. -Mr. Haist, from Critni 3 Xo. 1. reported, reeonunending paymi fóllows: re ' Riport adopted. Mr Raymond, fro Civil Claims, reported, recommending paymen follows: Watts, ooroner (Amelia W. iveu" . juror ." ! 70 iror. 1 - , Geor;; 1 jOTOr ;;; ■ er Imus, juror s , . . , Walter E Smith. wltness M. Sklm Mary Linabury, ■.■ ■ .... Juror iuror. . rk, Juror ■ B. . "Watts, con 1 luror L0 Allmand. juror i uror iuror ..... f. J. Muehller. .iuror Jarol) I r. r ness sri Ine A. Seybold, witness Anna B!rd, witness Lee P. Kapp, .r. D., mort. exam...... iris. Herz) 9 41 ■ i Oramer furor t 60 ■lis. .inror ror i m O'Mara. juror l.uiz. jnrur Ball, juror i Nleholas Schneíder, witness 86 Frank K. Johnson, witness g Tnlin Kapp. M. D., med. examination B. !■. Watts, coronar (ÍJdgrar Warren) 9 61 i i cf) G. (Uvinner. juror Haviland, juror 1 en Ball, puror i 60 Frank Warren, juror 1 60 Phomas O'Conner. juror 1 fio jrvnn M. Maynard. witness 85 TT r. vrillDflU4!-h. witness SR Richard Bowen, witnesa 85 ■ Charles Scott. witness $ A. K. Hale. M. r., ml. examination 5 no B. F. Watts, eoroner (H. J. Harrison) 15 91 John R. Miner. jnror 4 05 James Bnch. juror 4 or George H. Cosgrove. juror 4 0-, Jaes Donovan. juror 405 Georse Haviland. juror 4 OS (ïeorsre R Stone juror 4 n Auprustine Steeg-pr, witness tft Philin Steeser, witness 2 P6 R'rlnl1' fnMhner witness 2 6R Mrs. Schumarhpr. witness 2 BS tt y "ii'ip-i wif-ipss 1 ',-, Harry Ewer, witness 1% Jacob Sehaible. witness 95 i-k, witness f" T W. M. D., mefl. em. i ?r t ...! ,!. r OT. 1 "1 1 ■-, 1 i -. Wfrimílj ''. i"1P89 1 1 " W wltnes 1 ir, F6 '"'M.,!! . ,.,.., hl 1 'I ('oinM.iii,. ,.i, Prl"t!ne were. n motion of Hnrrlmfln. lnstructai tr prepare nnd have pnbilrtiewi i ]it oe fhe coroiiera' Inquests held, cïvi-Tr nmp ,,' .;icli '■■!■ nuil tlip exnonse i'i c;! h c;isc. and the total expense for the yecr. Mr. I.ntz. i'ro'n CiMni'ia] CÍBlms No 2 '■' norted, reeommendlng payment as follows: ■ H. Jackson. board of mr "■' "- " "" x','. Orrtsshans. from Comntittee mi Civil Claims, n'iiortcd recommendiug pflrment ;is fnilows: Rpport adopted. B. ". Watts, coroner íRosa Richanlson) { S m M s Conk. 1 Qi 'riin""1;!' c: .linie i'iror 1 W P;tri"V aionne, 1nro' 190 (V.nre Hw.n,, ■ro' 1 on WniioiP Pl'hp' tiiror 1 "" Adam Onp'p-olhersr. i'-or 1 fi" Taooh piil%;i1iii"'in wit11ílct' Tinnie Sne'f 'bertr wf'ness W Aii"a v'. Sflimiflt wltnes SMoii (-!oo! ut n moj o-víim'nntlon s n B. F. Watts, coronar mich'd Woods) fl Ji ■'wr1'. Tornon. inror 10 tr_ t Fruon 1uror 1 fll rho"as' "n furnr 1 fl tr to1 fiii'M jnror 1 r w i.r-itt i--or 1 "0 F. H. Pease, juror 160 ' - 3g WII!i'!' ..........[[ % g exam...." so ;■ ';. .ut Is, COJ raft) 9 gj Is, Juror 17 Juror 179t ón Juror 17 Juror " 17 luror .... 1 7j ror .', j -ia gs , . a ' ' ' ' i.7, fa ■ aminatioi 5 qj B. F. Thom.' " F. A . ■ ' 9 ü ' ■r. juror , 23. 2 3 8& gj gj gj amination 9 (ft. 1 7 , 1 7( 1 70 R. Manwaring, jut 179 1 78 j 7# 85 85 - . M. I)., amination 509 Report atïopti il Mr. Landwehr, from Commltte on Iza t ion, reported that the soveral supervisors had Increased and decreasc-il tlioir assessmenta of roal estáte aa follows: Increase.Decrease Ann Arbor City Í30O.000 Ann Arbor Town $501 17.000 r 4 oo r 400 om i out Lima 1",000 ..!..„ .. . m lester ; 5009 leid 34.000 Salino i 3,006 10,009 York 2ri,00O i'i Irst district.... - ■eond district. 36.C00 The advice of tüe Board was roquested as to the proprlety of eqnalizmi; on the assessed value, and on moif Mr. Bacon the eommlttee were instructetl to report on that b( i iarrii d. Mr. Landwehr, froni Commltte oa Equalization, reported as foliotra: !. Personal. Total. I $ 9.700.SSI ; bor T'n. ?g ■ .:;■, 4 m 9ü6.7 Lodi I 1.077 30 ü 1,295 6B7O4I) P 'ld :7.H Salem -'.J.a 7;-i,tl!) 154.780 9191 :■ I 1 127 !( 1,051,150 474.745 r 740,950 ■(■ York nti 5 181. Ypsi.. Ist dist.. 1,984,385 1,1 i dist... 237.010 l.OSxSS Tdtala 2,783.9S9 Í7,7)3 4í2 $34,0;' Whlen report was adopted. Mr. Bacon moved that rhe bill o1 E. Parkei;, wbicb had been msid ered, be ordered pa ld. ( 'arriiil. Mr, Harrlman off ered the f olio w Resolved, That after Jan. lst, t! the county of Washtensw will pay na biüs of constables or deputy sheritr for Bearchlug for lost or stolen p erty, anlc-ós such property s reeovered, or unlesa a writfeii order far sucli search is flrat obtained trom the Prosecütlng Attorney. Wbirli resolutlon was adopted, AiljouriK'il 10 1050 tomoirow. GEO. W ALTER, Ghalrmaa. JXO. R. MLXKK. Clerk Pro Tenu October 2-1, 1902. Board n;et pursuant to adjourament. Roll cali. Quorum pre Minutes of last meeting reacl and approved. Mr . Raymond, from Civil Oiaïma Commlttee, reported and recommended ]i:i} ment: . C. Clark, burlal of soldier $#9 F. J. Muehliir, buriRl of soldier ■ J E ■ ■ ' 8t 5O Report adopted. t, from samo coran eported and recominended ment: M i. Eearson, mcj. esam.. liviustriiil ■ $5 00 I'i port adoptad.. Mr jftpndi nt: mended paj inent: Charli ' ■ 9 3t Peport adopted. ,. r r ., ,.,.; -,.., ,, from CoramSttee on Contagious Dlseases, reported aud payméni : Dr. s. sva'ke med. attend..74 00 Detti'-sí f"nigatlng Report adopted. Mr. Sehwraaeher. from Committei Settle wlth SuoM-latendent oí' Poor, teportpd thnt they had exami tli,' booka of the Superintendent o' Poor, and found the sanie correct, ex cep( -ni error if 7(1 eents in footln ,i,,,,t..,i. Mr. Landwehr offered the followin? ■ -,.'--(i. ti.p several sirprvisors are hereby instrncted lo at!v sevenil aiiioiints as reported by tlí nmin.lH-iw o" A'iniírtioiinient. of the state and county tax. ncludinc the so'riers' relief fnnd. also tlie amomt o1 the severa I supervisors districts. as t'.r. ';) n'-o'iiios. im'Hidinsr road machino and drain Uixos, also rejected ■i) hri!"p tixes. and tlie aniount due tlie county for the support of the poot .,,,- ■ t r,wnship of AuKiista $14 Adopted. Mr. McGuire, from Cominitteo oeand County Tax, iity. Aan Arbor City Arm 1.483 62 1.64012 I l.i Lyndon r 2,232 30 1,527 i-t 2,278 64 1,596 30 Saline 2,347 60 : 1,75280 Superior feylvan 2,754 4i ter 1,59530 York 2,rüö 30 I Ypsilant! Ï,3K 20 1,679 90 YpsilantI lst Dist S.571 40 3,800 03 DjBt 1,859 22 1,268 56 $62,599 27 Í42.700 U0 A bid was reeelved from the Farmers' A: Mecli.mks' Bank offering to pa y 2 per cent uu all balances depoeited with thi-m iy the county for rhe ensulug yeai. credit therefor to be made Juni' 30Ü1 and Dec. 3Oth, whlch bid. on inotion of Mr. Harrlman, was accepted. Mr. McGuire moved to allow the CkTk $60.00 (or making copy of pH ceedings lor the printer. Oarrled. Adjourned ro 1.30 p. m. P. M. SESSION. Board mei pursuant to adjournment. Roll cali. Quorum present. The Ooinnilttee on Criminal Claims No. 1 reported the followiug and recmended payment: $1 50 Report adopted. The sanie commii nas Ryan, deputy sheriff. $404.35. wiiliout reooniuiendation. On motlon in the claim was ilisallowcd. Mr. Dettllng moved that the thauks Board bc extended to Supervisor Georpe W'alti'i'. chairman, and Sumner Damon, ehairmau pro tem. for their uniform pourtesy and kindness while presliling over the delii rationa of the Board, am Miner for hia faithful :ierb pro tempore of the Board. led. (Mi motioc of Mr. Bacon, the Board adjourned to meet Monday, January 5. 1903, at 11 a. m. ilF.O. W ALTER, airman. JOHX Tí. MIXER. rk Pro Tem. Yonr Committee to prepare an item ized statement of the expenses of the Oounty for the year beginning Oct lst, lixn. and ending Oct. 1. 1902, bèg to report the following: Itemized Stalemoni ses: Board of prís I turnkey $ . Burial of indigent soldiers -1 printing. . . . ne to asylum Conveying prisoners to workhouse Coro; Contftgioup disease ■ Defense of prlsonera 475 Op Deputy Sheriffs' fees 3 Fuel .'. I Justice fpes . Jurors aiid w-jtncsses Coroners' lnqueata and Justice oourts Juror?; and wit] lit Court 4,757 90 Juror' meals 110 5 JiKlerp Circuit 10 00 MeddcaJ examlnation insane 161 80 la.ll ildinis 2.640 21ü Postage 14S t: Supplies and rppnirs 1.179 21 Iers' Relief Commission 279 42 Supervisors, per dim and mileage ' iol Comm'r and clerk hire.... I School cxamint-rs [ff fpps 1.6W "4 49 a4 Puperlntondents of Poor 27107 port of insane 94 GS Sundrleg 106 81 Labor and Allowances of County Ofncer1;- Clerk, Treasurer, Probate Ju'Ikp, Probate Register, Pr.. ttornev and JanItor 7.224 84 Telegn-apïi and telephone iVt "- $47.183 1G ,TXO. R. MIXKR, JOHX MVXX. BERT KEX'NY.