Council Proceedings: October 15, 1907

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FILED Oct 19 1907 WJ Estes City Secretary.

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Whereas, it was a part of the consideration of the grant of certain streets, allays and rights of way made by the City of Fort Worth to the Missouri, Kannsas & Texas Railway Company of Texas, XII and was a condition thereof that the said Railway Company when so demanded by the Board of Commissioners of the City of Fort Worth should arrange its tracks, road bed and grounds for reasonable, proper and sufficient underhead crossing on Rosedale Street running east and west to be constructed; and also to construct and maintain the same under the tracks, road beds, ect., of the said Railway Company and keep the same in good and propercondition for the purpose of enabling the traveling public to have an underhead cros-sing on said Rosedale Street. It is therefore resolved that the demand be and the same is now made uponn the said Railway Company to in all respects comply with this obligation and to construct the said underhead roadway to a width of 50 feet the same to be independent of and exclusive of whatever space may be necessary for and may be used as a culvert for the passage of water required to be drained at and near the said Rosedale Street where the same intersects the right of way of the said Railway Company.

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Filed Oct 22 1907 WJ Estes City Secretary 1

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(Form 26.)

L. B. BAINERD, President.

F. B. ALLEN, Vice-Pres't.

J. B. PIERCE, Secretary.

L. F. MIDDLEBROOK, Ass't Secretary.

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Hartford Steam Biler INSPECTION & INSURANCE CO. of Hartford, Conn.

The Hartford Steam Boiler Inspection and Insurance Company make the following report of the condition of your steam Boiler inspected on the 11th of Oct., 1907, by Inspector T.P.Ware, 2 H.T.Boilers, 41-2, 8th Ward,

INTERNALLY:

The shell plates, Heads and tubes are free from scale., no corrosion or pitting was noted, the bracing is sound and taut, the seams show no sign of distress, and the openings to the outside attachments are clear.

EXTERNALLY:

The shell plates and heads are free from defects, no leaks on the seams observed, tube ends are tight, and the various appliances are in working order.

Respectfully, Manager.

City of Fort Worth, Fort Worth, Texas, St.Louis, Mo., Oct. 19, 1907.

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INSPECTION REPORT.

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Date 10-10

SOUTHWESTERN DEPARTMENT. Office, No. 319 North Fourth Street, SECURITY BUILDING, ST. LOUIS, MO. V. HUGO, Manager.

FILED Oct 22 1907 WJ Estes City Secretary.

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