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CITY OF NEW YORK. 



*LAW DEPARTMENT. 



REPORT 



— FOR — 



YEAR ENDING DECEMBER 31, 1897. 



Counsel to the Corporation. 



New York: 

THE MARTIN B. BROWN COMPANY. PRINTERS AND STATIONERS, 

Nos. 49 TO 57 Park Place. 

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INDEX. 



PAGE 

Report of the Corporation Counsel v 

Schedule No. I — List of all actions and proceedings pending in the office of the Counsel 

to the Corporation on December 31, 1897, with a recapitulation i 

Actions and Special Proceedings brought against the City or any of its Officers . . J 

Excise Rebate Suits 81 

Actions brought by the City 82 

Suits brought by the Receiver of Taxes 87 

Certiorari Proceedings against the Commissioners of Taxes and Assessments. . . 88 

Other Certiorari and Mandamus Proceedings 90 

Condemnation Proceedings (other than Street Openings) loi 

Assessment Proceedings 103 

Claims filed under Chapter 537 of the Laws of 1893 112 

Schedule No. 2— List of actions and special proceedings Ixjgun during the year 1897, with 

a recapitulation 118 

Schedule No. 3 — List of actions and special proceedings terminated during the year 1897, 

with reca[)itulatton and a statement showing how each was disposed of 196 

Schedule No. ^ — List of claims received for collection, with a statement of the disposition 

thereof, namely, whether they were collected without suit, put in suit, or withdrawn. 317 

Schedule No. 5— Table of disposition of calendar cases, record ol nisi prius and Appellate 

Court work, references, heanngs, motions, etc 329 

Schedule No. 6 — Statement of payments made from each appropriation during the year 

1897, exclusive of salaries and payments for the Bureaus 357 

Schedule No. 7 — Statement of moneys collected by the Counsel to the Corporation (as 
distinguished from the heads of Bureaus) between January i and December 31, 1897, 
and paid over to the various Departments 361 

Schedule No, 8 — List of personal injury cases disposed of between January i and Decem- 
ber 31, 1897, showing the percentage of recovery ^64 

Report of Bureau of Street Openings (John P. Dunn and Henry DeF. Baldwin) 365 

Report of Bureau of Attorney for Collection of Arrears of Personal Taxes (Robert G. Monioe). 392 

Report of Bureau of Corporation Attorney (George W. Lyon) 421 

Report of the Attorney to the Department of Street Improvements of the Twenty-third and 

Twenty-fourth Wards (John J. Brady) for the quarter ending December 31, 1897 422 

Report of the Special Counsel in Charge of Proceedings relating to the Water Supply (H. T. 

Dykman) 423 

Report of Proceedings against Delinquent Jurors for the quarter ending December 31, 1897. . . 425 



LAW DEPARTMENT. 



Report for the Year ending December 31, 1897. 



Law Department, ) 

Office of the Counsel to the Corporation, r 

New York, December 31, 1897. ) 

J/ort. William L. Strong, Mayor : 

Sir— I have the honor to transmit herewith the annual report of the Law Department for the 
yeai ending December 31, 1897. It conforms with the requirements heretofore prescribed and 
sets forth the operations and action of the Department during the past twelve months and the 
condition of the City's law business at the close of the year 1897. 

The volume of business of the Law Department for that year reached proportions never before 
equaled, as will appear by a comparison of the reports of previous years with the following 
table of — 

STATISTICS. 

The statistics of the business of the office of the Counsel to the Corporation (exclusive of the 
business transacted in the different bureaus and offices of the Law Department, which make their 
own reports) are contained in eight schedules. The foUowmg summary of the schedules will 
indicate the volume of the work for the year : 

Schedule i. 
Actions and Proceedings Pending on December 31, 1897. 

Common law action on contract 996 

Common law actions on tort 482 

Equity actions 406 

Actions in which the summons only has been served 422 

Certiorari proceedings *. . 282 

Mandamus proceedings yc 

Proceedings to vacate assessments 641 

Condemnation proceedings 12a 

Award proceedings C5. 

Miscellaneous proceedings 18 

Claims filed under chapter 537 of the laws of 1893. 418^ 



Total 3,925 



Schedule 2. 

Actions and Proceedings Begun During the Year 1897. 

•Common law actions on contract 2 126 

Common law actions on tort i^- 

Equity actions j .g 

Actions in which the summons only has been served 208 

Award proceedings ^^ 

Certiorari proceedings j , . 

Mandamus proceedings j2i 

Proceedings to vacate assessments 27c 

♦1,524 of these actions were for rebate of excise license fees. 



VI 

Condemnation proceedings 93 

Miscellaneous proceedings 22 

Total 3,329 



Schedule 3. 

Actions and Proceedings Terminated during the Year 1897. 

*Coxnmon law actions on contract 2,614 

Common law actions on tort 7^ 

Equity actions 86 

Certiorari proceedings 198 

Mandamus proceedings 7^ 

Proceedings to vacate assessments 19 

Condemnation proceedings 48 

Award proceedings 29 

Actions in which summons only has been served 10 

Miscellaneous proceedings 3 

Claims for change of grade, Twenly-third and Twenty-fourth Wards 210 



Total 3,369 

These actions and proceedings were disposed of as follows : 

After argument at the Court of Appeals 31 

After argument at the Appellate Division 59 

After trial at Special or Trial Term 83 

After argument ot the motions at Chambers 145 

Alter hearings before Referees or Commissioners 272 

By agreement between Law and Finance Departments to compromise 75 

By discontinuance or dismissed upon motion 229 

By offer of judgment, without trial, or by judgment on default, there being no defense 2,309 

Certified pursuant to decision in a former case 158 

Abandoned or closed in some informal manner 8 



Total 3,369 



Schedule 4. 

List of Claims Received during the Year for Collection^ with a Statement of their Disposition, 

Total number of claims 405 

Collected in whole 291 

Part paid 3 

Withdrawn by Department from which sent 4 

Held to await the decision of a case pending 3 

Still under examination 104 

405 

Schedule 5. 

Table Showing Disposition of Calender Cases and References^ Together with a List of 

Miscellaneous Proceedings, 

Number of cases tried in Court 138 

Number of appeals argued or submitted at the Appellate Division 92 

Number of such appeals argued or submitted at the Court of Appeals 30 

Number of appeals argued at United States Circuit Court of Appeals i 

Number of appeals argued at United States Supreme Court i 

* 2,064 of these actions were for rebate of excise license fees. 



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Number of references and proceedings before Commissioners in which testimony was taken 83 

Number of sessions before Referees and Commissioners at which testimony was taken 985 

Number of claims for change of grade tried 138 

Number of motions disposed of after argument 682 



Schedule No. 5 shows the following results : 

Trial and Special Terms. 

Number of actual trials 138 

Decisions for the City 69 

Decisions against the City 47 

Decisions partly favorable and partly unfavorable 3 

Cases tried in which th^ City was not directly interested 10 

Cases tried in which the juries disagreed or a juror was withdrawn or verdict set 

aside 

Not yet decided 



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2 
- 138 



APPELLATE DIVISION. 



Number of Appellate Division arguments 92 

Decisions for the City 50 

Decisions against the City 41 

Decisions partly favorable and partly unfavorable i 

92 



COURT OF APPEALS. 

Number of arguments before the Court of Appeals 30 

Decisions for the City 17 

Decisions against the City 11 

Decisions partly favorable and partly unfavorable i 



30 



UNITED STATES CIRCUIT COURT OF APPEALS. 

Appeal argued, decided in favor of the City 



UNITED STATES SUPREME COURT. 

Appeal argued (not yet decided) 



Schedule 6. 

Appropriation Maae for the Law Department {Exclusive of the Buteaus and Offices) for the 

Year 1897, and Amounts Paid Under the Same, 

Salary of Corporation Counsel $12,000 00 

Amount paid out $12,000 op 



Salaries of Assistants, Clerks, etc $1 10,000 00 

Amount paid out $107, 132 47 

Transferred to other appropriations 2,800 00 

Balance unexpended 67 53 



110,000 00 



Contingent counsel fees, including deficiencies $25,000 00 

Transferred from other appropriations 3»772 24 



$28,772 24 



Amount paid out $28,734 38 

Balance unexpended 37 86 

28,772 24 



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General contingencies $20,ocx) oo 

Transferred from another appropriation i,ooo oo 

$2 1, ceo CO 

Amount paid out $20,990 61 

Balance unexpended 9 39 

21,000 co- 



Schedule 7. 

Statement of Moneys Received and Paid into the City Treasury by the Counsel to the Corpo- 
ration during the Year 1897. 

Collected by the Counsel to the Corporation $1 7,090 36 

To this amount should be added the collections made by the Bureaus of the Law 
Department in 1897, as follows : 

By the Attorney for the Collection of Arrears of Personal Taxes 47i987 72 

By the Corporation Attorney 4, 144 41 

Total collections by the Law Department $69,222 49. 

Schedule 8. 
Personal Injury Cases Disposed of during the Year 1897. 

Number of cases disposed of 46 

Total damages claimed in such actions $387,665 00 

Total damages recovered in such actions, including costs and interest 23,181 03 

Percentage of recovery ^ '0597 

Opinions. 

9,570 pages of press copying were required for the opinions and other correspondence of the 
Department during the year. 

There were received from the Finance Department 845 requests for the examination of 
claimants, in 354 of which oral examinations, under oath, were conducted. The circumstance 
that only 354 claimants were examined, when 845 requests for examination were received, is 
explained by the fact that a large number of the claims filed were in mechanics' liens cases and in 
assessment matters, where all the facts being already within the knowledge of the City's officers, 
examinations were not necessary. In addition to these claims in the ordinary suits against the 
Gity there were 855 claims filed for rebates of excise license fees, which were examined into and 
filed. 

Contracts. 

Contracts were examined or drafted and approved as to form, on request, as indicated below : 

Department of Public Works 392^ 

Department of Public Parks ; 105 

Department of Charities 82 

Department of Correction 42 

Department of Docks 118 

Fire Department 86 

Aqueduct Commission 9 

Police Department 12 

Health Department 8 

Street Cleaning Department 30 

Commissioner of Street Improvements of the Twenty-third and Twenty-fourth Wards 280 

City Record 7 

'Armory Board 2 

Board of Estimate & 

■«is 2 

Total 1,183 



IX 



GENERAL REMARKS. 



The Department has been subdivided as follows : 

The General Office. 
The Bureau of Street Openings. 
The Bureau of the Corporation Attorney. 

The Office of the Attorney for the Collection of Arrears of Personal Taxes. 
The Office of the Special Counsel in Charge of Proceedings Relating to the Water Supply. 
The Office of Attorney to the Department of Street Improvements of the Twenty-third and 
Twenty-fourth Wards. 

At the close of the year the Department staff was as follows : 



The Counsel to the Corpora- 
tion. 
12 Assistants. 
5 Junior Assistants. 

1 Senjor Law Clerk. 

2 Junior Law Clerks. 



The General Office, 

I Chief Clerk. 

I Deputy Chief Clerk. 

1 Register Clerk. 

2 General Clerks. 
I Librarian. 

3 Copyists. 

(56 Persons.) 



2 Examiners. 

7 Stenographers. 

8 Typewriters. 

3 Messengers. 

3 Messenger Boys. 
3 Office Boys. 



2 Senior Assistants. 
6 Assistants. 
I Chief Clerk. 



The Bureau of Street Openings, 

1 Chief Computer. 
22 Computers. 

2 General Clerks. 

(43 Persons.) 



5 Stenographers. 
3 Typewriters. 
I Searcher. 



1 Attorney. 

2 Assistants. 



The Bureau of the Corporation Attorney. 

3 Clerks. (9 Persons.) 

3 Process Servers. 



The Office of the Attorney for the Collection of Arrears of Personal Taxes. 

1 Attorney. i Clerk. 2 Law Clerks. 

(4 persons). 

The Office of the Special Counsel in Charge of Proceedings Relating to the Water Supply. 

The Counsel employs assistants and clerks as occasion may require, and in connection witb 
other duties not relating to the Water Supply. 

The Attorney to the Department of Street Improvements of the Twenty-third and 

Twenty 'fourth Wards, 

I Attorney. i Clerk. (2 persons). 

Making a total of 115 persons in the Law Department. 



Matter Specially Mentioned. 

In the report of the Law Department for the year 1896 attention was particularly called to the 
acquisition of title to real estate, chiefly through the exercise of the right of eminent domain, for 
various public purposes. For the year 1897 the statement may be repeated that " the work that 
was accomplished in this direction has been far in excess of anything hitherto done in the history 
of the city, and lying, as much of it does, at the foundation of city improvements, and being a 
necessary preliminary thereto, its important and far-reaching effect can hardly be exaggerated." 

I will follow generally the arrangement of the subject made in that ' "^ntinuing the 

history of what was then uncompleted and referring to the new proceed! 



X 



The facts may be stated under the following heads : 

Ordinary Streets, Roads and Avenues. 

Extraordinary Streets, Boulevards and Public Places. 

Parks. 

School -house Sites. 

Court-house Sites. 

Armory site. 

Bridge approaches. 

Sites for the use of the Fire and Police Departments. 

Hall of Records. 

Dock condemnation proceedings. 

Real estate required for use in connection with the water supply. 



Ordinary Streets y Roads and Avenues. 

The proceedings to acquire lands for streets, roads and avenues are nearly all in charge of the 
Bureau of Street Opening. There are now more proceedings of this character pending before 
-Commissioners than ever before in the history of the city, and more reports were moved for con- 
firmation during the year 1897 than during any previous year. 

A detailed account of the work of this bureau is printed in the body of the report, and only a 
few sajient points will be mentioned here. 

Seventy reports of Commissioners of Estimate and Assessment were confirmed during the 
year, which is twenty-five more than during the previous year. The amount of awards in pro- 
ceedings confirmed was $3,922,062.05, and more than three times the amount of the previous year. 

The amount of assessments confirmed in 1897 was $2,286,177.54, which is more than double 
the amount of the previous year. 

In addition to the streets, title to which was acquired through condemnation proceedings, 
there were cessions of land for street purposes by the property-owners in thirty separate cases, so 
that it may be said that title to a hundred new streets was acquired. 

The number of lineal feet thus acquired is 160,616.95, or almost exactly 30.42 miles. 

It will be observed that the taxed costs in these proceedings amounted to $181,700.12— that 
is to say, about 4^ per cent, of the amount of the awards. 

Thus, it costs less to open streets by condemnation proceedings, and to assess the cost thereof, 
than would be the tees of an assignee in administering an estate equal in amount to the awards 
made. It is to be remembered, also, that the salaries of the office force and a part of the rent of 
the rooms occupied by the Bureau, as well as of the general expense of running it, are included in 
the taxed costs. 

Attention was called in the report for 1896 to an important question, then pending before the 
Court of Appeals, as to whether, where streets north of One Hundred and Fifty-fifth street on Man- 
hattan Island are more than a mile in length, the whole or only one-half of the cost of the opening 
is to be borne by the property-owners. Those cases, involving three important avenues, to wit, 
Audubon avenue, VVadsworth avenue and Edgecombe road, have been disposed of, the appeals 
having been dismissed'by the Court of Appeals, and the City has been successful in its claim that 
the whole of the cost of opening such streets must be assessed upon the property-owners, and not 
one-half only, as was claimed by opposing counsel under the alleged authority of chapter 565 of 
the Laws of 1865. 

Attention is called to the following table : 



1897. 



-Commissions appointed 167 

Proceedings pending at the end of the year 243 

Number oif meetings of commissions 5i3iz 

Folios of testimony taken 8iiX34 

Opinions furnished I 372 

Lineal feet of street acquired by cession i 23,164. ix 




i^QS- 



72 

96 

2,785 

37»965 

58 

3.470 



' XI 

The pay-roll for the Bureau in the month ot December, 1896, called for $4,094.84 ; for Decem- 
ber, 1897, $5,584.11. 

The average time required for the completion of a proceeding was one year, six months and 
twenty-two days. Much of this time was consumed in waiting for maps. The average time taken 
for that purpose was six months and fourteen days. The shortest time in which a proceeding was 
completed was five months and ten days. 

Extraordinary Streets^ Boulevards ana Public Places, 

THE ELM STREET WIDENING. 

The Commissioners of Estimate and Assessment m this important proceeding were appointed 
on the 27th of February, 1895. The litigation was pressed with unusual energy and diligence 
-during the year 1896 and the year 1897, until on the 28ih day of April, 1897, the Commissioners 
made an informal report of the amount of awards which they had determined upon, to wit, 

^5.401,377- 

The great labor involved in preparing the assessment maps caused some delay, and it was 
finally decermined that a motion should be made to confirm the awards separate and apart from 
the assessment. A motion for such confirmation was made before Mr. Justice Smyth in November, 
1897, and was under consideration by him at the end of the year. 

It may be well to state that this improvement involves the widening and straightening of 
Elm street, from Worth to Spring street, so as to make it of the uniform width of eighty feet ; 
also the cutting through of the blocks from Worth to Duane street ; the taking of property on the 
westerly side of Centre street, between Duane and Reade streets ; the taking of the whole block 
bounded by Centre, Reade and Chambers streets ; the widening of Marion street, from Spring 
street to its northerly terminus, and the cutting through of the blocks from Prince to Great Jones 
street, so that at the latter place the westerly line of the proposed Elm street will be a continua- 
tion of the westerly line of Lafayette place. 

It was provided by chapter 641 of the Laws of 1897 that title should vest upon the ist of 
May of that year, and that interest should run at the legal rate upon the awards from that date to 
the date of payment. 

The buildings on the property acquired for the opening, widening and extending of this 
street, were sold at public auction, and most of them had been torn down at the end of the year. 

GRAND BOULEVARD OR CONCOURSE, FROM ONE HUNDRED AND SIXTY-FIRST STREET TO 

MOSHOLU PARKWAY. 

This proceeding was begun in 1895, under authority of chapter 130 of the Laws of that 
year. The boulevard extends a distance of over four miles, with a width of 180 feet, following 
the ridge easterly of Jerome avenue. 

For the purpose of acquiring title it was divided into four sections, and a separate proceedings 
instituted as to each section. The reports of the commissions on three of these sections were con- 
firmed during the year 1897, the amounts of awards being as indicated below. 



Section. 



First. . 
Second 
Third. 



Date of Confirmation. 



February' 20, 1897 

May 4. 1897 

October 28, 1897.. 



Award. 



4576,937 96 
688,444 47 
264,947 00 



These three sections taken together extend from One Hundred and Sixty-first to One Hun- 
dred and Eighty-fourth street. The fourth sections extends from One Hundred and Eighty-fourth 
street north to a line which is about 200 feet south of One Hundred and Ninety-eighth street. 



HARLEM SPEEDWAY. 

This road or avenue extends from One Hundred and Fifty-fifth to Dyckman street, a distance 
of about two and a half miles along or near the westerly bank of the Harlem river. The. ^xci 



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ceeding for acquiring title thereto is under chapter 102 of the Laws of 1893. Evidence on the 
part of property-owners was presented to the effect that the property taken was of the value of 
$3,000,000. The evidence given by the City's experts placed the value at a little less than 
$200,000. The Commissioners awarded $255,576.50, and the Court, after hearing the objections, 
fixed the damages at $275,504.22. The order of confirmation was entered July 30, 1897. 

ADDITION TO THE SPEEDWAY. 

This addition was provided for by chapter 894 of the Laws of 1895, which allows the acquisi- 
tion of a tract of land on the westerly side of the Speedway proper, extending from One Hundred 
and Fifty-fifth street northerly to the Highbridge Park, and from the Speedway westerly to- the line 
of the Aqueduct. Title vested in the City on the 19th day of January, 1896, upon the filing of 
the oaths of the Commissioners. The awards are to bear interest at 6 per cent, from that date. 
A separate and partial report has been filed as to Parcels Nos. 4, 5, 6 and 6^, awarding $304,512. 

EXTERIOR ^l£ET, FROM SIXTY-FOURTH TO EIGHTY-FIFTH STREET, ON THE EAST RIVER. 

The reporf m this proceeding, involving, as it did, peculiar and important questions of law as 
to alleged riparian rights of owners abutting on the East river, was confirmed on the 14th of July, 
1897, and the contention of the City was sustained. The amount of the awards was $497,458, 
3vhich, with the taxed costs, made the assessment $517,738.28. 

Parks, 

ST. NICHOLAS PARK. 

This park is situated between One Hundred and Thirtieth and One Hundred and Forty-first 
streets, St. Nicholas, Convent and Amsterdam avenues. The proceeding to acquire title to the 
land was begun in July, 1894, and is still pending before the Commissioners of Appraisal. 

During the year 1897 about 1,600 pages of testimony have been taken relative to the value of 
the property. The testimony as to a considerable portion of the land embraced within the park 
area has been concluded both on behalf of the property -owners and the City, and the matter is 
now in the hands of the Commissioners for their determination and report. 

COLONIAL PARK (SO-CALLED). 

This park lies between One Hundred and Forty-fifth and One Hundred and Fifty-fifth 
streets, Bradhurst and Edgecombe avenue?, and consists of a sidehill and a narrow level place on 
the east resembling, in its main features, Mornmgside Park. About 1,200 pages of testimony were 
taken during the year 1897, and the testimony was closed in December, 1897. The matter is now 
in the hands of the Commissioners for their determination and report. 

RIVERSIDE PARK EXTENSION. 

This park was laid out and designated by chapter 152 of the Laws of 1894, and includes land 
between Seventy-second and One Hundred and Twenty-ninth street westerly of the roadway of 
the New York Central and Hudson R'ver Railroad Company. The proceeding was begun in 1894, 
and during the year 1897 about i,coo pages of testimony were taken. The case, both on the part 
of the property-owners and of the City, has been concluded as to a considerable part of the prop- 
erty sought to be acquired. 

LITTLE ITALY PARK (SO-CALLED). 

This park was laid out and designated by chapter 746 of the Laws of 1894, and embraces all 
the land on the East river between One Hundred and Eleventh and One Hundred and Fourteenth 
streets east of First avenue. About 1,400 pages of testimony were taken during the year 1897, the 
testimony as to the greater part of the land has been concluded and two separate reports have been 
made by the Commissioners, the aggregate amount of the awards being $1,701,223, each of which 
has been confirmed, and the City has become the owner of the property included in each of the 
said reports. 

Dart not yet reported upon is a small portion of the entire area, and a report may be 
to that early in the year 1898. 



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FORT GEORGE PARK. 

This park was laid out under authority of chapter 876 of the Laws of 1895. The Commis- 
sionerft were appointed on the 17th of April, 1896, and during the year 1897 about 1,600 pages of 
testimony were taken. Proof of title has been completed, and the case on behalf of the property- 
owners, as to value, is about three-fourths completeH. 

ELEVENTH WARD PARK. 

E^rly in the year 1896 the Board of Street Opening and Improvement designated lands to be 
laid out as a park on the east side of the city, comprising the two tenement blocks bounded by 
Stanton, Houston, Pitt, Willett and Cherry streets. Commissioners of Estimate were appointed on 
the loth of July, 1896, and in the year 1897 about i,8go pages of testimony were taken. Proof as 
to title has been completed, and the proof as to value has been more than half completed. 

WEST SIDE PARK. 

The Board of Street Opening and Improvement also in the year 1896 laid out and established 
a park on the west side of the city, bounded by Ninth and Tenth avenues. Twenty-seventh and 
Twenty-eighth streets. Commissioners were appointed in that year, and during the year 1897 over 
800 pages of testimony were taken. Proof of title as to all the property involved has been con- 
cluded, and considerable testimony on behalf of the property-owners as to value has been taken. 

DIVISION STREET PARK (SOCALLED). 

This park was laid out by the Board of Street Opening and Improvement, under chapter 320 
of the Laws of 1887, and chapter 293 of the Laws of 1895, and Commissioners of Estimate were 
appointed on February 5, 1897. 

The land involved consists of three tenement-house blocks, bounded by Hester, Elssex, Division, 
Norfolk, Suffolk, Canal, Rutgers and Jefferson streets and East Broadway. 

About 1,000 pages of testimony were taken during the year 1897. Proof as to title to all 
the property embraced within the park area has been concluded, and considerable testimony has 
been taken on behalf of property -owners as to the value of properly. 

SEVENTEENTH WARD PARK OR PLAYGROUND. 

On the loth of December, 1897, the Board of Street Oj^ening and Improvement, under 
the provisions of chapter 420 of the Laws of 1887, chapter 223 of the Laws of 1895, chapter 
676 of the Laws of 1897, selected, located and laid out this public park or playground, com- 
prising nearly all of the tenement-house block bounded by Houston, Essex, Norfolk and Stan- 
ton streets, and requested the Counsel to the Corporation to acquire title to it by condemnation 
proceedings. The notice of application to the Court for the appointment of Commissioners of 
Estimate on the 20lh of January, 1898, is now be»ng advertised. 

TWENTY-SECOND WARD PARK. 

On December 17, 1897, the Board of Street Opening and Improvement, pursuant to chap- 
ter 320 of the Laws of 1887, selected, located and laid out a public park, comprising the two 
blocks bounded by Eleventh and Twelfih avenues, Fifty-second, Fifty-third and Fifty-fourth 
streets, and requested the Counsel to the Corporation to institute a proceeding for the purpose 
ot acquiring title to this land. 

A notice of application to the Court for the appointment of Commissioners of Estimate on 
the 2ist of January, 1898, is now being published. 

School- house Sites, 

The statements and tabulations below will show in detail the extent and importance of 
this branch of the Department's work, as well as the skill, fidelity and success with which it 
has been conducted. 

44 separate and distinct school sites have been acquired during the year 1897, and title 
thereto is now vested in The City of New York ; 36 of thesa by condemnation proceedings 
and 8 by purchase. 

The record for 1896 was 32 ; 26 by condemnation proceedings and 6 by pur'**"""* 

The awards in the 36 proceedings amounted to $2,396,966. 



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The sums paid for the 8 ai(«3 acquired by privale purchase amounted to $354,000, maltinj; 
u total or 12,750,966, which is the amount expended or to b: expended !or property acquired 
for school purposes during the year 1897. 

All ot the proceedings mentioned as pending in the report for Itigd have been concluded, 
except one, as to which the Board of Education has requested thit no testimony be taken. 

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been Examined and Approved by the Law Depariiiienl during the Year iSgj. 



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XV 

The following is a Table relating to Action taken in the Cases of certain proposed High Schools. 

1. East Fifteenth street, Nos. 331 and 351 and East Sixteenth street, Nos. 326 and 344. Area, 
21 lots. Proof of title is about completed and the oaths ot the Commissioners were filed in the 
County Clerk's office on October 25, 1897. Title will vest February 25, 1898, unless the report be 
sooner confirmed. 

2. Tenth avenue, Fifty-eighth and Fifty-ninth streets. Area, 16 lots. Proof of title is com- 
pleted and the oaths of the Commissioners were filed in the County Clerk's office on October 25,. 
1897. Title will vest February 25, 1898, unless the report be sooner confirmed. 

3. Boston road, One Hundred and Sixty-sixth street and Jackson avenue. Area, 378 by 218 
by 290 by 200. Oaths of the Commissioners were filed in the County Clerk's office on October 
25* 1897. Title will vest February 25, 1898, unless the report be sooner confirmed. 

4. One Hundred and Fourteenth and One Hundred and Fifteenth streets, between Seventh 
and Eighth avenues. Area, 18 lots. The oaths of the Commissioners were filed in the County 
Clerk's office on December 31, 1897. Title will vest on May i, 1898, unless the report be sooner 
confirmed. 

The following is a Table relating to the Action taken in the Cases of other School Site 

Proceedings during the Year, 

1. Wadsworth avenue, One Hundred and Eighty-second and One Hundred and Eighty-third 
streets. Area, 8 lots. The Commissioners of Estimate have reported and a motion has been 
made to confirm their report. ^ 

2. Jerome and Walton avenues (proposed) north of One Hundred and Eighty-fourth street. 
Area, 16 lots. The evidence is in and the case with the Commissioners. 

3. East side of Avenue C, Eighth and Ninth streets, in the Twenty-fourth Ward. Area, i^ 
lots. The evidence is in and the case with the Commissioners. 

- 4. East Sixth street, between Avenues B and C. Area, i lot and 20 feet off rear of 3 lots^ 
The evidence is all in and the briefs are to be submitted. 

5. Rear of Nos. 57 and 59 Mott street. Area, 50 by 50. The evidence is nearly completed. 

6. Sixty-fifth and Sixty-sixth streets, between Boulevard and Amsterdam avenue. Area, 10 
lots. The evidence is nearly completed. 

7. Nos. 112, 114. and 116 Sheriff street. Area, 3 lots. The proof as to values is nearly 
completed. 

8. Nos. 60 to 66 Broome street. Area, 3 lots. The proof as to values is nearly completed. 

9. Nos. 236 and 238 West Twenty-fifth street, and 20 feet off rear of Nos. 230, 232, 234, 240,. 
242 and 244 West Twenty-fifth street. Area, 30 by 98.9 and 20 by 90. The proof of value on 
behalf of the property. owner is nearly completed. 

10. No. 233 East Thirty -seventh street and Nos. 232 to 240 East Thirty-eighth street. Area, 
5 lots. The Commissioners have heard considerable testimony as to value on behalf of the 
claimants. 

11. One Hundred and Forty-fifth and One Hundred and Forty-sixth streets, between the 
Boulevard and Amsterdam avenues. Area, 12 lots. The proof as to title is completed. 

12. One Hundred and Forty-first street, between Eighth and Edgecombe avenues, and Nos. 
316, 318 and 320 West One Hundred and Forty-first street. Area, 2 lots. The proof as to title 
is completed. 

13. Southwest corner of Lenox avenue and One Hundred and Thirty-fifth street. Area, 3 
lots. The proof as to title is completed. 

14. Block bounded by One Hundred and Sixty-ninth street, Ogden and Merriam avenues. 
Two irregular shaped parcels. 

15. Nos. 121 and 123 East Eighty-seventh street. Area, 2 lots. The proof as to title is 
completed. 

16. No. 337 East Seventieth street. Area, i lot. The proof of title is completed. 

17. St. Nicholas avenue, between One Hundred and Sixteenth and One Hundred and Seven- 
teenth streets. Area, 29 by 256 by 25 by 272. The proof of title is completed. 

18. Academy street, between Vermilyea avenue and Kingsbridge road. Area, 150 by 303 by 
150 by 305. The proof of title is completed, and some of the proof as to "^^"-^ «- behalf of claim- 
ants has been received. 



XVI 

Proceedings in which Commissioners have been Appointed and the Orders Filed. 

1. Block bounded by Manhattan, East Houston, East Third and Lewis streets. Area, 211 
*>y 195 by 213 by 167. 

2. Dominick, Clark and Broome streets. Area, 152 by 169 by 104 by 84 by 49 by 84. 

3. Nos. 208 and 214 East Eightieth street. Area, 2 lots. 

4. Southeast corner of Elliott avenue and Julianna street. Area, 4 lots. 

5. One Hundred and First and One Hundred and Second streets, between Columbus and 
Amsterdam avenues. Area, 12 lots. 

6. Sixty-sixth and Sixty-seventh streets, between First avenue and Avenue A. Area, 12 lots. 

7. Nos. 206 and 212 East Seventy-sixth street. Area, 4 lots. 

Proceedings in which Commissioners have been Appointed^ but in which the Orders Appointing 

Commissioners have not been Filed. 

1. Madison avenue, One Hundred and Twenty-seventh and One Hundred and Twenty- 
eighth streets. 

2. Southwest comer College avenue and One Hundred and Forty-fifth street. 

3. Monroe and Gouvemeur streets. 

4. Essex and Norfolk streets. 

5. Fourth and Fifth streets. 

6. East Seventeenth street. 

7. Delancey street. 

8. Gerard and Walton avenues. ^ 

9. Intervale avenue, Dongan and Kelly streets. 

10. Eleventh and Twelfth streets, in Twenty-fourth Ward. 

11. Ninety-fifth and Ninety-sixth streets. 

12. East Fifty-second street. 

13. One Hundred and Fourteenth street, between Third and Lexington avenue. 

14. East Forty-sixth street. 

15. One Hundred and Forty-seventh and One Hundred and Forty -eighth streets, between 
Seventh and Eighth avenues. 

16. One Hundred and Sixteenth and One Hundred and Seventeenth screets, between Fifth 
and Lenox avenues. 

17. Sixty-third street, between Second and Third avenues. 

18. First avenue, between Ninth and Tenth streets. 

19. Twenty- first street, between Second and Third avenues. 

20. One Hundred and Third street, between Second and Third avenues.. 

Proceedings in which Applications for Appointment of Commissioners are being Advertised. 

1. Forty-first and Forty-second streets, between Second and Third avenues. 

2. Thirty-third street, between Second and Third avenues. 

3. One Hundred and Forty-fourth and One Hundred and Forty-fifth streets and College 
avenue. 

4. King street, between Varick and Congress streets. 

5. Fifty-fifth street, between Sixth and Seventh avenues. 

6. Fifty-seventh and Fifty-eighth streets, between Ninth and Tenth avenues. 

7. Forty-nmth street, between Ninth and Tenth avenues. 

8. Southwest comer Second street and White Plains avenue. 

9. Eighteenth and Nineteenth streets, between Eighth and Ninth avenues. 

10. Southwest corner One Hundred and Seventy -sixth street and Prospect avenue. 

11. Eighty-second street, between First and Second avenues. 

12. Eighty-sixth street, between Park and Lexington avenues. 

13. James street, between Oak and Cherry streets. 

Armory Site. 
The condemnation of lands for sites upon which to erect armories for the National Guard is 
authorized by chapter 559 of the Laws of 1893, and under that act the procedure relative to the 
t;quisition of title is that provided for by chapter 23 of the Code of Civil Procedure. 



xvii 

During the year 1897 a condemnation proceeding was instituted for the purpose of acquiring 
title to seven lots of land on the southerly side of Sixty-sixth street, between Columbus avenue 
and Central Park, West, as a site upon which to erect an armory for the use of the First Battery 
of the National Guard. 

Commissioners of Appraisal were appointed in said proceedings, and testimony as to the 
value of the property is now bein^ taken before them. 

Bridge Approaches. 

THIRD AVENUE BRIDGE. 

The proceeding for the acquisition of title to lands on both sides of the Harlem river, for 
the approaches to the New Third Avenue Drawbridge, mentioned in the report for 1896, has been 
concluded. 

About 800 pages of testimony were taken during the year 1897. 

The Commissioners made five separate reports covering all the property embraced in the pro- 
ceeding, all of which reports have been confirmed by the Court. 

During the year 1897 a proceeding was instituted for the purpose of acquiring title to lands for 
the South Third avenue approach to said bridge on the easterly side of Third avenue, extending 
from the north side of One Hundred and Twenty-eighth street to the Harlem river. 

Commissioners of Estimate have l)een appointed in the proceeding. Their oaths of office as 
such Commissioners were filed in the office of the Clerk of the County of New York on November 
12, 1897, and under the provisions of the Amendatory Act, chapter 716 of the Laws of 1896, the 
title to the lands in question vested in the City on the filing of said oaths. 

In October, 1897, the Board of Estimate and Apportionment adopted a resolution providing 
for the widening of East One Hundred and Thirtieth street and the southwest or Lexington avenue 
approach to said bridge, and consenting that the title to the lands necessary for such improvement 
be acquired by the Commissioner of Public Works for and in behalf of the City. 

A notice of application to the Court for the appointment of Commissioners of Estimate in the 
matter of acquiring title to said lands is now being advertised for the 20ih day of January, 1898. 

NEW EAST RIVER BRIDGE, FROM NEAR THE FOOT OF GRAND STREET. 

Although the Law Department has no responsibility for this proceeding the following is stated : 

The laws relating thereto are Laws of 1895, chapter 789 ; Laws of 1896, chapters 612 and 734^ 
and Laws of 1897, chapters 421 and 422. 

The Commissions, I am informed, have employed their own counsel. 

Three proceedmgs have Ijeen begun for the condemnation of certain property ; one as to 
property in The City of New York, and two as to property in Brooklyn. 

Commissioners were appointed in each proceeding and testimony is being taken in each by 
them. 

The Bridge Commission, I am also informed, under authority vested in it by the acts, has 
purchased during the year several pieces of property both in New York and Brooklyn. 

WILLIS AVENUE BRIDGE APPROACHES. 

The proceedings for the acquisition of lands between One Hundred and Thirty-second street 
and Willis avenue and One Hundred and Twenty-fifth street and First avenue, for approaches to 
the proposed bridge across the Harlem river at the point indicated have progressed during the year. 
The final maps were received on July 29, 1897, and the final report of the Commissioners was filed 
August 18, 1897. 

Sites for the use of the Fire and Police Departments, 

FIRE DEPARTMENT. 

During the year 1897 a condemnation proceeding was instituted and concluded for the pur- 
pose of acquiring title to two lots of land known as Nos. 42 and 44 Great Jones street as a site for 
the use of the Fire Department. The property rowners claimed $63,390, as the value of tb*" 
perty ; the City admitted it to be worth $54,680, and the award of the CoaLm\?&\Qtket^'s?%&' 



XVlll 

A site was also purchased at private sale for the use of the Fire Department known as No. 1 19 
Maiden lane, the purchase price being $47,400. 

The pending condemnation proceedings for sites for use of the Fire Department are as follows : 

1. Seventy-fifth and Seventy-sixth streets, between the Boulevard and Amsterdam avenue* 
Area, 2 lots. Proof as to title has been completed. 

2. Broome street. No. 363. Area, i lot. Proof as to title has been completed, and some of 
the proof as to value has been taken on behalf of the claimants. 

3. Main street, between Arnow place and Eastchester road. Area, 2 lots. Proof as to title 
has been completed. 

4. Scofield avenue, east of Main street. Area, 2 lots. Proof as to title has been completed. 

5. No. 7 Thames street. Area, I lot. The order appointing Commissioners has been filed 
in County Clerk's office. 

6. Nos. 113 and 115 Thirly-third street. Area, 2 lots. The order appointing Commissioners 
has been filed in County Clerk's office. 

POLICE DEPARTMENT. 

During the year 1897 a site was purchased at private sale for the use of the Police Depart- 
ment, consisting of 4 lots on the east side of Sedgwick avenue, north of Wolf street, the purchase 
price paid being $14,000. 

Proceedings have been also instituted to acquire a site for the use of this Department, the 
premises being known as No. 135 West Thirtieth street, and Commissioners have been appointed. 

Hall of Records, 

In April, 1897, the Board of Estimate and Apportionment, under the provisions of chapter 59 
of the Laws of 1897, selected, as a site upon which to erect a building for the use and accommoda- 
tion of the Register and other departments of the City Government, certain lands on Chambers, 
Centre and Reade streets. 

Commissioners of Appraisal were appointed in May, 1897, in a proceeding instituted for the 
purpose of acquiring title to said lands. Certain property-owners made a motion for the removal 
of two of the Commissioners, which was denied by the Special Term. The property-owners in 
•question thereupon appealed to the Appellate Division, which affirmed the order of the Special 
Term denying their motion. They thereupon appealed to the Court of Appeals, which court 
dismissed their appeal. 

The oaths of the Commissioners of Appraisal were filed in the County Clerk's office on May 
18, 1897, and under the provisions of said act title to the site in question vested in the City four , 
months after the filing of said oaths, to wit : September 18, 1897. 

Testimony is now being taken in the proceeding. 

Dock Condemnation Proceedings. 

The proceedings rendered necessary in order to carry out the plan of improvement instituted 
by the Dock Department to acquire property along the water front by the exercise of the right of 
eminent domain have been vigorously prosecuted during the year. 

268 meetings have been held in the proceedings mentioned below. 

In 4 proceedings reports were confirmed during the year, and the amounts of the awards 
were as follows : 

Awards. 

Horatio and Gansevoort streets $764,688 02 

Jane and Horatio streets 754,680 cx) _ 

West Twelfth street 678,474 37 

Bethune and West Twelfth streets 890,000 00 

Total of awards $3,087,842 39 



XIX 

The foUotving proceedings are still pending : 

West Eleventh and Bank streets. 

Bank and Bethune streets. 

Watts and Canal streets. 

West Forty-second and West Forty-third streets. 

Pier 35, East river. 

Bulkhead adjoining Pier 35, East river. 

Pier 39, East river. 

One Hundred and Fourth and One Hundred and Fifth streets, East river. 

Real Estate Required for Use in Connection with the Water Supply, 

The litigation necessary for the acquisition of lands and easements required in order to secure 
and protect the water supply, particularly in the Counties of Westchester and Putnam, has pro- 
ceeded during the year 1897. 

The important proceeding which, however, relates to land in The City of New York, known 
as the Jerome Park Reservoir Proceeding, was concluded, the Commissioners of Appraisal having 
made their final reports, designated as the Second and Third Separate Reports. 

The Second Report included 64 separate claims, and the amount of the awards was $843,063. 
The amount claimed was $1,348,295 — a saving of $505,232. 

The Third Separate Report involved one claim for damages to contiguous real estate caused 
by the construction of the reservoir. 

This claim was disallowed, the Supreme Court holding that the Commissioners of Appraisal 
had no power to hear and determine the claim in question and make an award therefor. 

The proceeding known as the Fourth Supplementary Cornell Dam Proceeding was closed 
during the year 1897. 

The report covered twenty-one parcels. 

The amount claimed and which there was evidence to sustain was $232,880 78 

The amount of the award was 1 13,855 12 

Making a saving in favor of the City of $1 19,025 66 

In the Mount Kisco proceeding, the Second Separate Report was made covering forty 
parcels. 

The amount claimed and which there was evidence to sustain was $424,319 04 

The award was 123,804 24 

Making a saving to the City of $300,514 80 

In the Carmel or Lake Glcneida proceeding, the Second Separate Report was made. 

The amount claimed and which there was evidence to sustain was $284,482 69 

The amount awarded being 177,726 00 

Making a saving in favor of the City of $106,756 69 



In the Patterson and Towners proceeding, the evidence was closed and submitted to the 
Commissioners, but no report has yet been made. 

A proceeding known as the Lake Mahopac proceeding, embracing seventy-two parcels of 
land in the Town of Carmel, was instituted and evidence is being taken on behalf of the 
claimants. 

A proceeding was also iit^^tituted under chapter 674 of the Laws of 1896 for the purpose of 
discontinuing all proceedings in relation to certain parcels that were conditioned in various rw^nd- 
ing proceedings under chapter 189 of the Laws of 1893. 

This proceeding involves about sixty-seven parcels. 



XX 

The Commissioners were appointed, and they are now engaged in taking evidence of dam- 
ages suffered while the parcels were under conditions. 

At the beginning of the year there were 6i6 claims in proceedings of this class against The 
City of New York in process of examination and trial. 
The total aggregate of such claims was $6,710,731 00 



In this, however, is not included about 250 separate parcels acquired by the City, for which 
no claims have yet been filed. 

It is estimated that these claims will aggregate over $1,000,000. 

In addition to the foregoing proceedings the assessment and taxation of al)out 8,000 acres of 
the City^s property owned in the Counties of Westchester and Putnam for use in connection with 
the City*s water supply is the subject of constant examination, contests and litigation. 

The following proceedings, as popularly known, were pending at the end of the year : 

Bronx river. Rye Pond and Wampus. 

Byram. 

Brewster. 

Brewster, First Supplemental. 

Carmel or Lake Gleneida. 

Cornell Dam, Fourth Supplemental. 

Cornell Dam, Fifth Supplemental. 

Cornell Dam, Sixth Supplemental. 

Cornell Dam, Seventh Supplemental. 

Cornell Dam, Eighth Supplemental. 

Reservoir **D," Third Section. 

Reservoir **D," Fourth Section. 

Discontinuance proceeding. 

Farmers* Mills and White Pond. 

Double Reservoir ** I,'* additional lands. 

Mount Kisco. 

Mount Kisco amended. 

Lake Mahopac. 

Middle and west branch of Croton river. 

Muscoot. 

Patterson and Towners. 

Contract Litigation, 

A large amount of litigation was prosecuted during the year, growing out of contracts for 
various public works. 

Twenty of such cases, brought by contractors, were actually tried ; one, three times. 

Of those tried, three were carried up to, and decided by, the Appellate Division, before which 
were argued nine different cases of this class. 

In several instances claims were settled after an informal reference to take testimony, the Law 
Department being represented upon such heanngs. 

The total amount demanded by the plaintiffs in these contract cases was $199,681 58 

The total amount recovered, excluding interest and costs, was 55»986 36 

Deducting the amount admitted to be due to the plaintiffs, to wit 6,654 20 

There is a balance remaining, which may be called the net recovery, of 49>332 16 

Two of these cases, however, were tried against the express advice of the Law Department 
and wholly upon the urgent request of the Comptroller. 

The amount involved in these two cases was $I7>989 8 1 



XXI 

The difiference between the amount thus remaining of $31,342 35 

And the amount recovered by the City on counterclaims in contract cases of 23,273 65 

Constitutes a balance of 8,068 70 



So that there wa> a net recovery against the City of approximately 4 per cent, of the amount 
claimed. 

Among the most important contract suits disposed of during the year was the case of William 
E. Dean vs. The Mayor, etc. 

The contract involved was for the Construction of Dyckman street from the Harlem river to 
the Hudson river. 

After the contractor had been paid the sum of $147,979.66, a dispute arose between him and 
the representatives of the City as to the latler^s liability to pay an instalment of $12,343.76. 

It was claimed on behalf of the City that the certificate of completion of the Commissioner of 
Public Works had been obtained by mistake, and that the contractor had not done the amount of 
work for which he claimed compensation. 

Suit was accordingly brought for the sum of $13,043.76 claimed to be due under the contract, 
together with $25,000 as damages. The City denied its liability and set up a counterclaim to the 
eliect that the contractor, through mistake, had obtained $26,514.99 more than he was entitled to 
and accordingly demanded judgment for that sum agamst him. Along trial before a jury followed, 
resulting in a verdict for the City for $21,694 and judgment in its favor for the sum of $21,998.33, 
was subsequently entered. 

Important Cases before the United Stages Supreme Court and the Court of Appeals, 

In April, 1897, I argued before the United States Supreme Court the important case of Robert 
W. Workman vs. The Mayor, etc. 

This case was a libel in admiralty to obtain damages against The City of New York for 
injuries caused by the ** New Yorker,'* a fireboat under control of the Fire Department of The City 
of New York, which, when coming up the East river and attempting to enter the slip for the pur- 
pose of extinguishing a fire, collided with the barkentme "Linda Park." 

It was held by the United States Circuit Court of Appeals that The City of New York was not 
responsible for the negligence of the members of its Fire Department, committed while attempting 
to extinguish a fire within the corporation limits, and that this rule was not affected by the fact that 
the suit was in admiralty instead of at common law. 

The case was considered so important, both on account of the principle involved and the fact 
that it was the first of its class in which the City's liability could l>e tested in the United States 
Courts, that an appeal was taken to the Supreme Court of the United Slates. That court had not 
decided the case at the end of the year. 

In the report for the year 1896, referencs was made to the case of Henry W. Sage vs. The 
Mayor, etc., which was decided in that year by the Appellate Division. 

The case is an exceedingly important one, involving directly title to the tideway, that is, the 
land between high and low water in the Harlem river, between Ninety-fourth and Ninety-fifth 
streets. It indirectly involved the title to the tideway elsewhere on Manhattan Island. 

The Court of Appeals, in the year 1897, afifirmed the decision of the Court below, and sus- 
tained fully the position of the City in claiming absolute ownership of the tideway around Man- 
hattan Island. 

The enormous value of this land is conceded, and is placed by experts in the neighborhood of 
$45,ooo,oco. 

Another important case decided by the Court of Appeals in the year 1897 was that of the Sun 
Printing and Publishing Company vs. The Mayor, etc. 

In this case the Rapid Transit Acts of 1894 and 1895, authorizing cities of over a million of 
inhabitants to construct railroads therein, which shall be deemed public highways, at their own 
expense, if so determined by a majority vote of the electors, and to issue bonds in payment tb^-'*^~- 
were held not to be in violation of the constitution. 



xxu 

The broad principle was established as the law of this State, that railroads are highways, and 
as such may be properly deemed to be for a municipal purpose, when constructed by a munici- 
pality, and, therefore, indebtedness incurred for the purpose of building such roads, is incurred for 
a. ** city purpose,** within the meaning of the constitution. 

The case of Franklin P. Eastman vs. The Mayor, etc., may also be alluded to as one of the 
important decisions rendered by the Court of Appeals during the year 1897. 

The questions involved were of a technical character and relate to wharf and bulkhead leases 
and rights therein as between the City and its lessees. 

Without going into the questions at length, it will be sufficient to state that the contention of 
the City was sustained by the Court of Appeals and several mooted questions answered. 

Many other matters might be referred to,. but I have contented myself with mentioning such as 
seemed of more general interest. I will allude to only one or two more. 

Much time and attention, as has been stated in previous reports, was required by, and given 
both by myself and by my assistants, to the bills that were introduced into the Legislature, a large 
number of which became laws, the time of one assistant bemg almost entirely occupied by such 
matters while the Legislature was in session. . 

The most important of these measures was the Greater New York Charter, known as chapter 
378 of the Laws of 1897, which was adopted on May 4, 1897, and is to go into operation on the 
first of January, 1898. 

It is proper to add that much of the Chaner was reviewed by myself and members of the Law 
Department, particularly as to technical matters, and numerous changes were recommended as the 
result of this review, which in every instance met with the approval of the Commissioners, and 
subsequently were incorporated into the Charter. 

Vast as the interests represented by the Law Department have already become from compara- 
tively small beginnings, they are evidently destined to continue to increase greatly in the future 
under the new regime about to be inaugurated. 

In concluding this report, which is the last of the series which began with the year 1885 and 
ends the official reports of the Law Department of the present City of New York, I take pleasure 
in again expressing, as I have done on other occasions, my cordial appreciation of the faithful 
services of the department staff, without whose endeavors and assistance the results obtiined would 
have been impossible. 

FRANCIS M. SCOTT, Counsel to the Corporation. 



Schedule 1. 

LIST OF ALL ACTIONS AND PROCEEDIXGS PENDING IN THE 
OFFICE OF THE COUNSEL TO THE CORPORATION ON 
DECEMBER 31, 1897. 

Actions and Special Proceedings brought against the City or any of its Officers. 



The Mayor, Aldermen and Commonalty of the City of New York are defendants, unless other- 
wise mentioned . 



Court. 


Regis- 
ter 
Folio. 


Supreme . . . 
«« 


57 
45 


4» 
20 


• • • 


S6 


i6i' 


« 

• • • 


56 


99 


4« 

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47 


127 


4( 

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29 


326 


• < 

• • • 


57 


156 



When 
Commenced. 



«< 



U.S. Circuit 
Supreme . . . 



« 






Dec. t^t, 1897 
Aug. 8, 1893 



Oct. 27, 1897 
Dec. 28, '• 

" 26, 1894 

*• 26, 1882 

.. _ •• 3». »897 
35 349 : Mar. 15, 1887 



56 386 ' DeCk 7, 1897 

i 
50 112 ' June z, 1896 

40 489 : Jan. 30, 1891 



56 451 j Dec. 14, 1897 



Title of Action. 



57 '54 



57 155 



57 2x5 



•• 31. " 



" 31. " 



*• 3T, •• 



3S 454 May 7, 1889 



57 42 Dec. 31, 1897 
49 256 Jan. 24, 1896 



56 1C4 Oct. 7, 1897 



34 21 



56 96 
53 23a 



Apr. 28, 1886 



Dec. 28, 1897 
Mar. 13, " 



Abbe, Catherine A. B 

Abrams, Henry M., vs. The 
Mayor, Board oi Aldermen 
and Commonalty of tht 
City of New York 

Ackerman, Bernard L 

AcritelH, Peter P., vs. The 
Mayor, etc., Patrick Cos- 
tello, et al 

Adamo, Achille 

Adams, John, by Jane Adams, 
his guardian ad litem 

Adams, Thomas 

Addoms, Mortimer C 

Adlum, Joseph 

Ahrens, James, and William 
Ahrens 

Alcorn, Mary A., ancillary 
guardian of Anna A. Le- 
viness, a minor f Matter of) . 

Alderman, Robert, vs. John 
F. Harriot, Property Clerk, 
etc 

Alker, Alphonse H., as 
administrator of Henry 
Alker, deceased 

Allien, I^urent H., executor, 
etc., of Heniy O. Allien, 
deceased 

Ailing, Asi A , as executor, 
etc., of N. P. Rogers, de- 
ceased 

American Cable Railway Co. 
vs. The Mayor, etc., and the 
City of Brooklyn 

American Express Company. 

Americaa Forcite Powder 
Mfg. Co. vs. The Mayor, 
etc., Marrm Bros, et al. . . . 

American Forcite Powder 
Manufacturing Co.vs The 
Mayor, etc., Terence A. 
Smith et al 

Anderson, Henry H., and 
George M. Miller, as execu- 
tors, etc., of John Paine, de- 
ceased 

Anderson, William 

Andrews Mfg. Co 



Nature of Action. 



Summons only served. 

Damages for personal injuries alleged to have 

been received February 25, 1893, by falling on 

the snow and ice at westerly crossing of 4th 

St. and Lafayette pi., |xo,ooo. 
To recover amount of assessment paid for 

regulating, etc., Dyckman st. 
To foreclose lien under contract for paving river 

front, from West 51st to 53d st., $347.65. 

To recover back amount deposited with the 
Comptroller with bid for regulating, etc., 133d 

St., |X2S. 

Damages for alleged personal injuries from 
falling on ice on sidewalk at 143d st. and 3d 
ave., January 8, x88i, |io,ooo. 

Summons only served. 

To declare void and recover back amount of as- 
sessment for Z47th St. sewer, from 8th ave. to 
145th St. ; from St. Nicholas ave. to Harlem 
river, on Ward Nos. jo, 11, 54 and 55, Block 
841,1119.93. 

For difference in wages as Mason in Park De« 
partment, bet.$^ and $3.50 per day, $19.50. 

Damages to plaintiff's horse by reason of falling 
in manhole Dec. 5, 1895, at Broadway, bet. 53a 
and 54th sts., $500. 

For an award made on public school site on 
southerly side of 38th St., on Map No. 2, 
$2,088.61. 

To recover $1,033.59 taken from the person oi 
Rachmeil Kaufman. 

Summons only served. 



do 



do 



Infringement of patent cable railway used on 
New York and Brooklyn Bridge. 

Summons only served. 

To foreclose lien for materials furnished Marria 
Bros. under <X)ntract for regulating, etc.. East 
167th St., from Prospect to Westchester ave., 
$1,842.48. 

Summons only served. 



To recover back excess of assessment for 66tb 
St. outlet sewer, on Ward Nos. 29 to 36, Block 
198. $1,332.20. 

Summons only served. 

For furniture furnished for office of Special Com- 
missioner of Jurors, $3,150. 



Schedule i— Suits against the City, etc 



Court. 




When 
Commenced. 



Supreme ... 56 436 ! Dec. 10, 1S97 



56 410 



Title of Action. 



NATURii OF Action. 



10, 



c< I 



Andrews, Walkce C 






37 
31 



41 
45 



Andrews, Wallace C To recover amount of assessment paid for Har* 

lem River and Spuyten Duyvil Creek Im- 
provement, from North river to East river ta 
Harlem Kills, $102.63. 
To recover amount of assessment paid for Har- 
lem River Improvement, from ihe North 
river to the Kast river to Harlem Kills. 
$819.03. 
Salary as member of the so-called Wolf Board 
of Aldermen for years 1881 and 1882, at 
$2,000 per annum, $4,000. 
To recover back for himself and as assignee 
of various parties amount assessed in 1882 
on premium on United States bonds, 15,378.30. 



175 ; Dec. 30, 1887 jAngcrstein, Guslave 

I 

265 ' Mar. 28, 1884 



256 I June 

391 ' Feb. 

I 

I 



IT, 1891 
12, 1894 



4( 


... 57 


142 Dec. 


it 


... 52 


284 Nov. 


4< 


• • . I 49 


164 Dec. 


«( 


... 45 


95 Sept. 



53 325 j Apr. 3, 1897 



.31, •• 
27, 1896 

24. 1895 
88, 1893 



36 86 June i, 1887 

i 
i 

..,•56 348 I Nov. 29, 1897 
Sept. 24, 1894 
Supreme ... I 41 '55 1 June ". 1891 



Apgar, Levi, v?. John N. 
Hayward, (}eorge B. Van- 
derpoel and Thomas B. 
Asten 

Appleby, Charles E 

Arm, Jacob 



Armory Board (Matter of the 
application; vs. Lucy Hor- 
ton Drexel et al 



U. S. Circuit- 46 405 



Summons only served. 

To recover amount of assessment paid for issth 
St. regulating, grading, etc., between £l:on 
and Courtlandt aves., $637.54. 
Application for trial of issues in the matter of 
armory site on s )Utherly side of 66th St., bet. 
Columbus ave. and Central Park, West. 

Asch, Annie iSummons only served. 

Asche, Annie do 

i Ascough, Horace K do 

JAspinwall, John A., and To foreclose mortgage on premises on Spring 
Frederick De Peyster Fos-1 St., near Hudson st. 
ter, as trustees of Catharine j 
A. Kingsland vs. John! 

Duffy et al i 

Atwell, Cornelia A 'To have assessment tor nth ave. sewer, from 

j 66th to 76th St., on Ward Nos. 38 to 42, Block 
j I 203. declared void and to recover back amount 

' paid therefor, $1,136.30. 
Auchmuty, Ellen S., v«. The. Injunction to restrain ttie erection of stand 
' Mayor, etc., and Aarun W.| under eleviited railway stairs at 93d st. and 

I LeBourveau I Columbus ave. 

jAudsley, Geo. Ashdown, and j For services in designinj:, furnishing and deliv- 
ering plans for contemplated new municipal 
building, $i2o,ocM3. 
Summons only served. 



Wm. James Audsley vs. The 

Mayor, etc., et al 

lAuld, Agnes 



«t 



49 



..,55 



53 



263 Jan. 28, 1896 Ayen, George A . 
85 June I, 1897 Ayling, Amanda 
373 Apr. 






19, •• Aymar, F^Hzabftth, vs. Mary 
I Agnes Wallace Barlow et 

I al 

31, '• liachrach, S 

15, " Bacr, Fltzal>«;th, by Jaioh 
I Bacr, her gwardian ad htcm 
...!48 67 May 25, 1895 'iJag;{ot, Atinore L 



Damagf.'S for pcrvonal injuries by beinjsf thrown 
from truck .S<:pt. 15, 1895, at the westerly side 
of 3d ave. and 28th St., $10,000. ^ • 

Damages for pergonal injuries by tailing on 
sidewalk at 7th ave. and laist st., on Dec. 2, 
1806, S6.1VJ. 

fo Kjrccloso mortgage on lot on northerly side 
of 38th St., east of 6th ave. 



■ 57 
i 53 



50 l)f:C. 
138 Feb. 



(« 



42 
32 

49 
18 



>3b I S-pt. 4, 1891 Bailey, Edmund S. 



21 



I << 



346 Feb. 

i 

578 ! Mar, 



6, 1881 ' Bailey, Eliza M 

24, 1896 ] 
27, 1875 I 



.Summons only served. 

I>amag(.'s lor personal injuries received at 14th 
St. and ist ave., 515,000. 

Strvic«;s as Inspector of Election in October 
and November, 1893, by James Cassidy, 
Second Election District, Twenty-seventh 
Assembly District, New York, $36. 

Summons only served. 



lo recover back excess of assessment for River- 
sid(; Park opening, etc., to restrain collection 
of assessments. 

Baird, Matthew Damages by reason of having been prevented 

i tiom completing contract for paving in Park 
I Row, $8,600. 
Baird, Matthew, sole adminis' Dainat;us lor failure of defv^ndants to execute 



trator of William 
deceased 



iiaird. 



106 



17. 



107 



'7. 



No. 2. 



ilieir contract with plaintiff for regulating, 
file, nth st, from Avenue A to 4th ave., 
$i',ooo. 
For balance due on contract for regulating, etc., 
Hiid-Non St., from Spring to X4th St., East 
Broadway, Elizcibeth St., etc., $2,290. 
For balance due on contract for regulating, etc., 
Hudson St., Whitehall St., and Wall st., 
$365.03. 
No. 3. ..;To recover certain amounts retained as repair- 
j in;; security in the regulating, etc., of Mad i- 
! son ave., between 94th and 103d sts., and other 
I sts.. $7,182 30. 

55 '52 June 23, 1897 Baird, Robert H 'For damages to horse and wa^on on Central 

I Bridge at 155th st. and 8th ave., $300. 



47 105 i Dec, 17, 1894 , Baird, Matthew H., No. i. 
47 
. 47 



ilo 



do 






b-CHEDULE I~SUITS AGAINST THIC CiTY, ETC. 



Court, 



Supreme 



Regis- 
ter 
Folio. 



55 336 

55 337 

55 321 
52 213 

56 387 
47 270 



Whhn 
Commented. 



Aug. 4, 1897 



** . it 



July 30, •• 

Nov. 4, 1896 

Dec. 7, 1897 
Feb. 19, 1895 



Title of Action. 



Xatl're of Action. 



W. Hallannan 



" 9, " 



" 3T, " 



' 56 427 I Dec. Q, 1897 

i I 
. ' 56 426 1 

I ! 

57 56 I 
I 
55 322 I July 30, •• 

I 
57 46 I 

. 46 182 June 18, 1894 

I 
I 

36 488 j Oct. 17, 1887 



. . 46 190 ' June 20, 1894 



*• 31, '• 



55 


328 


Aug. 3, 1897 


55 


329 


3» 


57 


*57 


Dec. 31, " 


35 


356 


Mar. 17, 1887 



37 176 

S3 187 

56 387 

56 422 

52 350 

53 323 



•• 53 324 

I 

i 
•• 53 448 

• • ' 49 56 



Dec. 30, •* 

Mar. 2, 1897 

Dec. 7, " 

" 8, " 

Dec. 3, 1896 

Apr. 3, 1897 



" 2, " 



May 25, •• 

Nov. 6, 1895 



taker, John O. 
Baker, Seward 
Baldwin, John. 



Buker, Alfred J., vs. Joseph! Damages for false arrest and imprisonment by 

E. Gthegan ' defendant, a Sergeant of the Twenty-ninth 

I Precinct, $ ro.ooo. 
Baker, Alfred J. vs. Thomas Damages for f.lse arrest by defendant, n Patrol- 
man of the Twenty-ninth Precinct, $io,coo. 

To recover damages for property taken for 
school purposes at 93d St., and Amsterdam 
ave., 126,972. 

For services rendered to Town of West Chester 
as an attorney- at-law bet. Mar. 15. 1894, and 
June 4, 189-., $2,450. 

For difference in wages as Mason in Park De- 
partment, bet. $4 and $3.50 per day, $36.95. 

To foreclose two mortgages, City a judgment 
creditor against Maccabe a delmquent juror, 
$100. 

To foreclose lien on contract for erection of 
school-house on Tremont and Anthony aves., 
$294. 

To foreclose lien under contract for erection of 
school-house at* 91st st.and ist ave., $250. 

Summons only served. 



Baldwin, Truman H., vs. 

Arthur J. Bohmer, James 

S. Maccabe, The Mayor, 

etc., et al 

Ballentyne, David, vs. The 
Mayor, etc., Patrick J. 
W.ilhet al.(No. i) 

Ballentyne, David, vs. The 
Mayor, etc., Patrick J. 
WaKh et al. (No. 2) 

Balstier, John A., as execu- 
tor of H. T. and Homer 
Moi*gaii, deceased 

Banks, Jeannette 



Banks, Robert Leonard, as 
administrator of James 
Lenox, deceased 

Bankwitz, Max 



Banyer, Goldsborough, as 
executor of and trustee 
under the last will and tes- 
tament of Harriet B. White, 
d<*ceased, etc 

Barilati, Marcello H., vs. The 
Mayor, etc., William S. 
Andrews, as Commissioner 
of Street Cleaning, and Pas- 
quale Caponigri 

Barker, Henry 



Barker, Julia. 



Bariey, Eliia M. 
Barnard, Henry. 



Barnett, John. 



Barney Dumping Boat Co. . . 

Barrett, John 

Barringer, Theodore B 

Barrington, Michael J 



Barry, Thomas 



do 



Baxter, Mary A. (Matter of). 
Bayersdo: f er, Max 



For personal iniuries received on 83d St., bet. 

ad and 3d aves., opposite No. 247, on Dec. 30, 

1896, $5,000. 
Sumn.ons only served. 



Damages for personal injuries alleged to have 
been received at the hands of a police ofHcer 
on February 12, 2894, at corner of Z7th st. and 
3d ave., $5,000. 

! Damages arising from the occupation of certain 

I v/harf premises on the North river, south of 
Morton street, for prosecution of the work of 

j the permanent improvement of the river front. 

To restrain the defendants from carrying out 
contract between th: Commissioner of Street 
Cleaning and Caponigri for trimming scows. 



Damage for loss of services of plaintiff's wife 
Julia Barkri, 5,000. 

Damages for personal injuries sustained by fall- 
ing on sidewalk on southerly side of £. 126th 
St. near Second ave., $5,000. 

Summons only served. 

To have assessment for 147th st. sewer, from 8th 
ave. to 145th St., and St. Nicholas ave. to Har- 
lem river, on Ward Nos. 11, 12 and 55, Block 
952, declared void and to recover back amount 
paid therefor, $4S2.48. 

Salary as member of the so-called Wolf Board 
of Aldermen for years 1881 and 1882, at $2,000 
per annum, $4,000. 

For use of dumping boats and for towing same 
to sea, $707. 

For d'fference in wages as Mason in Park De- 
partmei.t, bet $4 and $3.50 per day, $24.00. 

To recover amount of assessment paid for reg- 
ulating, etc., Dyckman St., $300. 

Damages for pcr.onal injuries received Sept. 12, 
1896, by falling over an obstruction in Ann st., 
near Park Row, $2,500. 

For amount due under contract, for furnishing 
and laying water-mains in 42d and other 
streets, $846.07. 

For amount alleged to be due under contract 
for regulating, etc., 16 est St., bet. Gerard and 
Jerome aves., $23,337. 

For an award made in the matter ox' opening 

Brook ave. 
For return of portion of license money paid for 

Hjsrlem Atheneum, $gi. 



Schedule i— Suits against the City, etc. 



Court. 



Suprenie 



<« 






«< 



Regis- 
ter 
Folio. 



38 388 

46 139 

55 343 

... 56 98 

■.•!47 55 



When 

Commenced. 



Title of Action. 



Jan. 24, 1889 Beach, George O 

May 38, 1894 |Beactleston & Woerz. 



Aug. 7, 1897 Beard, Frank S. 



I 



Dec. 

Nov. 



53 I" 

57 43 
35 49» 



35 409 



49 165 
42 134 

57 53 



. . . ' 41 260 

•••145 47 

i 

... I 5^ 236 

... 49 288 



28, •• 
17, 1894 



Beard, Frank S. 



i Becker, Jennie T. Brady, as 
executrix, stc, of James 
Bmdy, deceased 



Feb. 8, 1897 



Dec. 
May 



3x. " 
3. 1887 



Apr. 7, 



I* 



Beekman, Catherine L., ct 
al., executors, vs. The 
Third Avenue Railroad 
Co 

Beekman, Gerard as execu- 
tor, etc., of James W. Beek 
man, deceased 

Beekman, S. Abian, Girard 
Beekman, James W. Beek- 
man, Jr., executrix and ex- 
ecutors under last will, etc., 
of James W. Beekman, de- 
ceased 

Beers, Henry I 



Dec. 

Sept. 



24. 1895 
4, 1891 



do 
Bell. Adelaide M. 



Dec 3r, 1897 jBell, James W. 
Tune II, 1891 Bell. Tared W. . 



Sept. 
Mar. 
Feb. 



I, 1893 

»3. 1897 

5, 1896 



Nature of Action. 



For salary as Apportionment Clerk in Board of 
Docks, between December la, 1886, and No- 
vember 19, 1888, $3,77302. 

Damages for injuries and loss of team of horses 
by reason of falling in trench at Morris ave., 
between 158th and 159th sts, on November 
16. 1893, $700. 

For stenographic notes of testimony furnished 
to the District Attorney, reported at the 
Court of General Sessions, $536 75. 

For transcripts of Stenographer's notes of trials 
in Court of General Sessions, $777.30. 

Amount claimed to be due under contract of 
Benjamin A. Carr. for regulating, grading, 
etc., Claremont ave., from 123d to X27th St., 
and for damages alleged to have been sus- 
tained, $22,734.55. 

To restrain the laying of railroad tracks in front 
of plaintifTs premises. 



Summons only served. 



To have assessment for Boulevard sewers, from 
77th to 92d St., on Ward Nos. 45 to 50, Block 
219, declared void and to recover back amount 
paid therefor, $1,007.18. 



To have assessments for Broadway regulating 
and paving, Broadway sewers and Broadway 
•opening and widening vacated and to recover 
back $651.19. $868. Z2 and $157.44, P^*d there- 
for respectively. 

Summons with notice served. 

Summons only served. 

do 

do 



... 49 zSo i 

I 

I 
I 

... 56 388 

! 

... I 46 444 



Dec. 
Oct. 



7. 1-97 
9. 1894 



Bell, John J., vs. The Mavor, 

etc., of the Ci*y of New 

York, Alfred Marsichet al. 

Bell. John J., vs. Thomas H. 

McLaug' lin. The Mayor, 

etc., et al 

Bellmund, Frederick, vs. 
New York Mutual Gas- 
light Co., Equitable (>as 
light Co.. The Mayor, etc., 

and Eugene J. Flood i 

Bellmund, Oltillie, vs. New: 
, York Mutual Gas-light Co.,' 
' Equitable Gas-light Co.,, 
! The Mayor, etc., and 
1 Eugene J. Flood i 

Bennett, Cornelius 

! 

Bennett. David, vs. John Van 

Aiken, The Mayor, etc., 

' and all others whom it may 

I concern 



do 



do 



..; 53 163 ' Feb. 24, 1897 |Bergan,John J. 



...55 236 

I 

...| 40 438 

...48 17 



52 66 

36 305 



July 
Dec. 
May 

Sept. 

I 
I 

, Aug. 

I 

I 
I 

I 
I 



17, " 
29, 1890 

2. J895 



Bcrger, Adolph 

Berlcy, Alexander. . 
Berlowitr, Ephraim. 



Berman, Samuel. 



12, 1896 

Ti, 1887 EJemheimer, Adolph 



Damages for personal injuries caused by ex- 
plosion of gas in 39th St., bet. 8th and 9th 
aves., Oct. 2, 1895, $15,000. 



Damages for personal injuries caused by ex- 
plosion of gas in 39th st., bet. 8th and cth 
aves., Oct. 2, 1895, $5,030. 



For difference in wages as Mason in Park De- 
partment, bet. $4 and $3.50 per day, $111.44. 

To foreclose lien for labor pertormed under con- 
tract of defendant Van Aiken, for pavmg East 
iiithst., between ist and Pleasant aves., and 
at intersection of 97th st. and Madison ave., 
$22.50. 

For services as Keeper in City Prison, Black- 
we'l's Island, from Aug. 20, 1891, to Aug. 20, 
1894, $1,887.50. 

Damae:es for personal injuries received at No. 
108 Pitt St., $i5,oco. 

Salary as Axeman in Engineer Corps of Aque- 
duct Commission, $570. 

Damages for personal injuries received Decem- 
ber 29, 1894, by falling on ice on sidewalk at 
No. 241 East 105th St., $10,000. 

Damages for personal injuries received by fall- 
ing in West i38ih st., bet. North river and 
Boulevard, June 12, 1896, Sio,ooo. 

To have assessment for St. Nicholas ave. tree- 
planting, between iioth and 154th sts , on Ward 
Nos. 43 to 46, Block 698, declared void and to 
recover hack amount paid therefor, $41.12. 



Schedule i — Suits against the City, etc. 



V^\^UK 1 




Supreme 




•« 




«( 




«« 




<« 




<< 




*( 




«( 




«i 




«« 




(C 




<« 




«« 





«» 



City 

Supreme 



(« 



«i 



Regis- 

TF.R 

Folic. 


42 


436 


49 


370 


52 


961 


50 


31 


39 


313 


47 


160 


39 


450 


48 


174 


- 


362 



When 
commf.nced. 



Jan. z8, 1892 

Mar. 5, 1896 
Nov. 



ax, 



II 



Apr. 
Jan. 



Title of Action. 



Nature of Action. 



Bernheimer, Meyer, A., el | Summons only served 

al., execiitor5 of Isaac Bern- 

heimer, and Simon Bem- 

heimer 

Bemheimer, Simon, et al , 

executors, etc., of Isaac 

Bernheimer, deceased 

Berrian, Rudolph 



21. " 
II, 1890 



Dec. 39, 1894 



42 136 

46 205 

52 178 

52 78 

57 48 

44 207 

47 163 

17 III 

32 452 

52 342 

55 306 
57 13 

56 497 

53 353 

53 439 

57 47 
46 161 

40 287 

57 54 



Mar. 

July 

Mar. 

Sept. 
July 



18, 1890 
12, 1895 
22, 1887 

4, 1891 



Besnard, Julia, vs. James 
Churchill 

Biehn, Martin, vs. Lena 
Schwindt and aaother 



Rilotto, Savino. 



Bird, John J , 



'Birrell, Mary A., an infant, 
by Chas. L. Kohler, her 



guardian ad litem. 
Bishop, Abbie A. .. 



do 



2, 1894 Bishop, Julia A . 



' Oct. 23, 1896 
Sept. 17, " 



Bissell, Caroline (Matter of). 
Bissell, Joseph B 



! Dec. 3?, 1897 iBisseH, P. St. Geoi^ge, as ex- 
ecutor, etc., of oeorge H. 

Bissell, deceased 

Bissonetie, Sophie 



Apr. 17, 1893 



Jan. 3, 1895 



Feb. 4, 1874 



Binniker, Bridget. 



Bixby, Butler H. 



May 23,1885 , Black, Anne 



Dec. 
ruly 
Dec. 

Apr. 
May 
Dec. 



7, 1896 
28, 1897 

30» " 



Bbck, Cornelius J. 
Black, Mary Ella. . 



2/. 



3'. 



• I 



June 5, 1894 

Sept. 16, 1890 
Dec. 31, 1897 



Blair, George E. (et al.), as 
executors of Mary J. Bl lir. 

Bloch, Benoit, vs. John F. 
Harriot, Property Clerk. . . 

Bloom, Rafa- 1, vs. Louisa 
Ficken and Orville A. War- 
field 

Bloomingdale, Lyman G~. . . . 



Blum, Hyman. 



To recover amount of assessment paid for outlet 
sewer in M mhattan st. on certam ward num- 
bers in Block No. ^30, 49,352.35. 

For services as Pohce Constable in Villnge of 
Williamsbridge, from June 6, 1895, to Jan. i, 
1896, $250. 

Damages for alleged false arrest and imprison- 
ment. Mar. 35, 1896, 1)25,000. 

Replevin for five second mortgage coupon bonds 
of Peoria, Decatur and Evansville Railway 
Co., of ii,ooo each, valued at $3,253.13 ^ 

Damages by reason of the flooding of plaintiff's 
cellar at Williamsbridge Railroad Station on 
New York Central and Hudson River Rail- 
road Co., en September 18 and 19, 1894, ^484. 

For salary as Laborer in Department of Public 
Works, between May 16 and September 19, 
1889, $176. 

Damages for persona] injuries by falhng on 
crosswalk on 9th avenue and West i52d St., on 
November 36, 1894, $5,000. 

To have assessment for x 06th street sewer, be- 
tween Harlem river and 5th ave., on Ward No. 
20, Block 303, declared void, and to recover 
back amount paid therefor, $70.55. 

Summons only served. 

Damages for personal injuries alleged to have 
Deen received March 17, 1894, by colliding 
with Street Cleaning Department cart in Man- 
hattan St., $6,000. 

For an award on Map No. 54, in the matter of 
opening Brook ave., $588.80. 

For rental of fire hydrants and for water fur- 
nished by New York and Westchester Water 
Co. and Upper New York City Water Co. 
for use in certain towns and villages in t'le 
33d and 34th Wards, $30,884.65. 

Summons only served. 



I Damages for alleged personal injuries received 
while standing on sidewalk at corner of 5th 
ave. and Waverley place while viewing the 
Columbian parade, October 13, 1892, $5,000. 

Damages for personal injuries alleged to have 
been received February i3, 1^4. caused by 
falling in hole in sidewalk at No. 394 Grand 
St., $25,000. 

Salary as Police Justice, $27,361.10. 

To recover back excess of assessment for Broad- 
way regulating, etc., on Ward No. 63, Block 
7, $203.50. 

For balance of salary as Inspector of Buildinj^s, 
$56.06. 

Damages for personal injuries sustained at Mstt 
ave. and 144th st., Apr. 25, 1897, $5,00?. 

To recover amount of assessment pai J f')r io8th 
St., bet. Hudson river and Boulevard. 

To replevin certain postage stamps in possession 
of defendant. $700. 

Damages for false arrest and imprisonment, 
March 30, 1897, $s,ooo. 

For goods, wares and merchandise sold and 
delivered to Department of Public Charities, 
bet. Aug. 12 and 15, 1896, $1,385.79. 

Summons only served. 



Blumentlal, Hugo. 



Damages for personal mjuries alleged to have 
been received February 17, 1894, by falling 
on snow and ice on sidewalk at West End 
ave. and 79th St.. $xo,ooo. 

Blunt, Edward 'Damages for deprivation of use of alley- w ay at 

I Liberty and Nassau sts., $5,000. 
Boardman, Levanthia W. as Summons only served, 
executrix of Abraham B. 
Cox. deceased > 



Schedule i— Suits against the City, etc. 



Court. 



Regis 

TER 



When 



Folio. Commenced. ; 



Title of Action. 



Nature of Action. 



Supreme . . . 


45 


325 




56 


467 


• • • 


33 


492 


«i 

• • • 


46 


37 



«< 



Feb. 3, 1894 ; Bode, Fritz 
Dec. 20, i?97 
Apr. 14, 1886 
Mar. 28, 1894 



Boeder, August and Robert 
E. Boeder 

Bogart, Joseph, vs. Jaraci 
Meaken (Capt. William 
Meakim) 

Bohmer, Ferdinand, Jr 



• • 1 



55 225 

56 117 
45 295 

39 157 

50 50 

55 189 

45 219 



July 15, 1897 

Oct. 13, " 

Jan. 23, 1894 ! Bolster, Honora 



Bohmer, Ferdinand, Jr., vs. 
Louis K. Haffen, The 
Mayor, etc., et al 

Bolger, John J 



Sept. 23; 1889 

Apr. 28, 1896 
July 6, 1897 
Dec. 7, 1893 



Bolton, Thomas, In repeti- 
tion of 



Bonynge, Robert 

Bonynge, Robert , 

Booss, Frederick {Matter of) 



28 272 i Mar. 25, 1882 



Borst, Charles, et al. 



48 264 Aug. 6, 1895 .Boudonin, Constant, vs 

I Louis F. Haffen, Commis- 
j sioner of Street Improvc- 

! ' ments, etc 

46 138 I May 26, 1894 Bowery Savings Bank v». 

Francis A. Clark, his wife. 
The Mayor, etc., the De- 
partment of Buildings of 

the City of New York 

Bowery Savings Bank vs. 
Francis A. Clark, The 

Mayor, etc., at al 

Bowery Savmgs Bank vs. John 
Hutchinson, executor, etc., 
of Bernard Mooney, The 

Mayor, etc., et al 

Bowie, Myra A 



48 355 

49 132 



Sept. 19, 1895 
Dec. 9, " 



57 7 

53 443 

53 442 

35 "4 

39 85 



*• 30, 1897 
I May 7, •• 



.. ^^ .. 



Dec. 17, 1886 
July 23, 1889 



Bowne, Watson H 



IBowne, Watson H., and 
i Warren Ferris 



Bowns, Henry E. 



56 


389 


Dec. 7, 


1897 


47 


4c8 


Apr. 10, 


1895 


41 


249 


June II, 


1891 


48 


2C8 


July 16, 


1895 


12 


162 


May 9, 


1871 



Boyle, Charles, and Peter 
Buttersly vs. Hugh J. 
Grant, as Mayor, etc., 
Theodore W. Myers, as 
Comptroller, etc., et al 

Boyle, Thomas 



Bradley, Catherine. 
Brady, Edward C. . 



Brady, Elizabeth 
Brady, James B.. 



Damages for loss of business, etc., by the digging 
of a trench in front of premises No. 6iz E^st 
158th St., in September, 1892,11,420. 

For drugs, etc., furnished Patrick Farrell as 
Overseer of the Poor of the Village of Wil- 
hamsbridge, $16.60. 

Damage^ for alleged false arrest and imprison- 
ment, February 15, 1886, $5,000. 

For extra work performed and extra materials 
furnished in the regulating, etc.. of 138th St., 
between Railroad ave., East, and the Madison 
Avenue Bridge, $10,750. 

To restrain defendants n'om issuing a permit to 
enter upon !>treets for construction of railroad 
tr<icks. 

For bahince due plaintiff on contract with Village 
of Williamsbndsc for grading and flagg^ing 
streets, 386.40. 

Damat^es for personal injuries resulting from 
falling on snow and ice on sidewalk of Amster- 
dam ave., between 159th and i6oth sts., on 
March 7, 1893, $2,500. 

For an order for the distribution of the moneys 
awarded estate of Ann Bolton, on Maps No.s 
520, 52oj^, 6%, 7 and 8. in acquiring lands 
for New P.irks (Bronx Park\ 

For stenographer's minutes furnished the Court 
of Oyer and Terminer, $52.80. 

For stenoi^raphic minutes furnished in case of 
People V.S.Patrick Masterson, $47.30. 

For an award made on Dama^^e Block No. 990, 
in the matter of acquiring title to certain lands 
for purpose of sewerage, etc., at 167th street 
and Harlem river. 

To recover possession of premises beginning at 
intersection of south line of 129th st. and 
west line of Bloomingdale road, and for dam- 
ages, $5,000. 

To rest nun construction of sewer in front of 
plaintifPs premises in Newell ave. 



To foreclose a mortgage, City a judgment 
creditor, for several judgments obtained by 
the Building Department. 



To foreclose mortgage on premises at corner of 
98th street and ist ave. 



To foreclose a mortgage. 



To recover amount of assessment paid for regu- 
lating, etc., Dyckman st., $51.61. 

For goods, wares and merchandise so sold and 
delivered at Town of Westchester, $^92.63. 

For goods, wares and merchandise delivered to 
school districts Nos. i and 4, Town of West- 
chester, $144.24. 

For coal furnished to the various Courts, De- 
partments, Armories, etc., in December, 1884, 
and January and February, 1885, $5,746.93. 

To restrain the defendants from entering into 
a contract with the United Slates Illuminat- 
ing Co. 



For difference in wages as Mason in Park De- 
partment, bet.«4 and $3.50 per day, $61.37. 

To recevcr back amount of assessment paid for 
Boulevard sewers, $194.06. 

Salary of Inspector of Regulating and Grading 
in the Department of Public Works, from 
January i to April 5, 1888, $270. 

Damages for personal injuries by falling on Ice 
on the sidewalk in, front of No. 313 East 38th 
St., on J muary 28 1895, $5,000. 

balance claimeJ to be due on contract for set- 
ting curb, etc., 83d St., between 3d ave. and 
Avenue A. $3.n6. 



Schedule i— Sum 



I Ndv.iS.iS^ Brady. Juh 
r July; 9,189, Brady, Toh 



V c.tn work perfoimed m Sunday! ii a 
[{liiiler in Street Cleaning DspartiDcnt, (fa. 



, i«,7 'Brand, Jo.cph C, D.. ^ 






_ bridge, (350. 

o recm-et excess ..I a<e»in<M>( paid for Clifton 
SI. n'EulaliniE. uridine, etc., between Si. Ann'i 
andOnion.ve,,,:,™, 



andUni™.ve.^«, 
SitDimoDi only lervfid. 

SaWy II memb 



Wolf Hoard of Aldermen. 

Tddty Employce.nn May ii, iM,» Kroad- 

To recaver nmount^f iW"™,! paid for .s-,(h 
«. .esulaiine, Kndioe, etc, beii-cen HBn 
at..( L™nla.dn.e».. („7.„. 

} or iiiBcrence in tnt*' » Mav 

r>ai«c« 



', H.innih, u Encu- 



Qrjdgepori Savirgi Bank . . 



l.PhilipJ 

Broadway Saving! loitilu- 
lion of the Ciiy ol New 



Tnyloi and Abraham Ce. 



Volf Boa: 



.,."d*3.^ 






1 EdgKi 



)ai.i««fo.p^i... .by.he- 

plaiDtiff on ;■.. ,n t).e 

'ormjorereK™ or aowimenlpaidfbr Cliltoor 

II. rsgiilBtinj, grading, etc. between St. 

LMgneeDfJameiT. LeiliiSriilaryatSlrwt 
Coimuiioner in the Village of Witliams- 

Jamsges lor breaking of plate-gliM window at 
No, 133 Eail^th II, by a driier of Street Clean- 
ing Earl. May 7. ■Sg7.*3?.3?. 
fc«?vV>We«™ »StK«" L^o*', 'of Psrk"a^e' 

n"^f'°m^ni^/'a{enF'''''"'''°'''"' 

.nmnion; only lerved. 



Knily of Felin Oesnaldo, i 



Damages tor personal injuriei by falli 
mow and ice and defective sidewall 



s 



Schedule i — Suits against the City, etc. 



Court. 



4( 



(t 
«« 



(( 



Regis- 

TEK 
FdLIO. 



When 

commencpd. 



Title of Action. 



Nature of Action. 



Supreme... 56 252 Nov. 12, 1897 



4& 313 . Sept. 16, 1895 



Brodie, William H., John R. To foreclose lien under contract of Falvey A 



« 
« 



Brodie and Gilbert L. Max 
well vs. John Falvey, The 
Board of Kducation et al . . 
jBromfield.Grace 



Company, for repairs to Primary School No. 
17, $110. 



I 



41 

4X 
49 



5-! 
47 
57 
57 
56 



Damages for personal injuries received March 
10. 1895, by falling on defective sidewalk on 
the easterly side of Madison ave., between 
113th and ir4th sts., $5,000. 

257 June II, i8qi Brower, John ISummons only, served. 

iBrowcr, William W do 

Brown, Charles W ' Damages for personal mjuries by reason of fall- 
ing on ice un the sidewalk at No. 30 East 34th 
St., Jan. 30, 1895, $10,000. 
For excess of assessment paid for Morris ave. 
James, Mary R.Rieicnfeld I regulating, etc., from n8th to issth St., on 
and John Henry James.... Ward Nos. 13 to 17, Block 1618, $150.17. 



25« '■ II. 
2{2 Jan. 28, 1896 



48 Sept. 8, '• 

lie . Dec. 18, 1894 

i 
143 " 31, 1897 



A)- " 3S " 



441 I " 10, " 



Brown, Francis, Simon E. 



Brown, Harriet A., adminis- 
tratrix of Nathan L. Cul- 
ver, deceased (Matter of) . 

Brown, Francis. Simeon E. 
James, iV'ary R. Risenfeld 
and John H.James I 

Brown, Frederick Alden, as 
executor, etc , of Eli Char- 
lier, deceased 

Brown, Harriet P 



For awards made to Hiram Farrington on 
Parcels Nos. 871 to 876 in the matter of the 
New Aqueduct. 

summons only served. 



do 



37 177 



«' 



, 57 51 I Dec. 31, 1887 

I 43 43^ i ^ct- 2?. 1892 



..46 15 ! Mar. 12, 1894 



To recover amount of assessment paid for xasth 
St. pavement, bet. Harlem river and Man- 
hattan St., $561.55. 

30, 1887 I Brown, Hugh Byron Salary as member of the so-called Wolf Board 

of Aldermen for years 186 1 and 1882. at 
$2,000 per annum, $4,000. 

Brown, John Crosby Summons only served. 

Brown, Mercer N., vs.; Damages for alleged assault and false arrest on 
Andrew Armstrong i October 18, 1892, $1,000. 



57 

55 



55 
186 



Dec. 31, 1897 
July 2, '• 



5^ 
40 



30 Aug. 21, 189^. 
484 j Jan. 28, 1891 



Brown Sarah, vs. Isaac 
Cowen, Cornelius Callahan 



imprisonment and 
Dvicember, 1893, 



Bruns, William D. 



41 134 



Apr. I, •• 



44 192 Mar. 30, 1893 



'47 S8 



Nov. 20, 1894 



47 58 i '* ao, 



47 58 



I " 20, " 



48 326 



••55 

i 

• • I 56 

I 

> -.1 41 

1 ■ 



Sept. 13, 1895 
365 Aug. 17, 1897 
218 Nov. X, " 

386 July 8, 189X 



Damages for false arrest and 
malicious prosecution in 

and James J. Savage j and January, 1894, $5,000. 

Browne, 1 homas Quincy ;Summon< only served. 

Brown. ng, William C, Henry To restrain defendants from taking possession 
W. Kinsr and Euward W. of or selling buildings Nos. 185, 187 and 189 
Dewty, vs. Charles H. T. k.lm st., prior to confirmation of report for 

CoUis, etc making of awards in the matter of Elm st. 

widi-ning. 
For 45 tons of coal furnished the City between 

Dec. 8, 1894, and Jan. 20, 18Q5. $246.50. 
Damages by reason of the tearing down by the 
Commissioner of Public Works of plaintifl^' 
poles, wire, etc., in December, 1889, $525,000. 
For loss of profits caused by reason of cutting 
off electric-light currents in April and July, 
1889. $837.55 and $3,353-40. 
Damages for personal injuries caused by the 
breaking down of street sweeping machine 
ridden by plaintiff on August 2, 1892, $a,ooo. 
To foreclose a mortgage ; defendant Nooney a 
judgment creditor. 



Brush Electric 
Co. (The)... 

Brush Electric 
Co. (The) 

Bruton, Hugh F 



Illuminating 



Illuminating 



Bryan, Frances A., vs. 
Owen Toher and wife, 
Robert B. Nooney, Com-j 
missioner of Tutors, etc. j 
(No.i; .' ! 

Bryan, Frances A., vs. 
Owen Toher and wife, 
Robert B. Nooney, Com- 
missioner of Jurors, etc. 
(N0.2) 

Bryan, Frances A., vs. 
Owen Toher and wife, 
Robert B. Nooney, Com- 
mi-sioner of Jurors, etc, 
(No. 3) 

Buchler, Andrew 



Buckley, Dennis F. 
Buckley, John J... 



Buercn, Melinda C. N., as 
administratrix, etc., of 
(^harlcs Buercn, late of the 
City of Brooklyn, deceased, 
vs. The Mayor, etc., of the 
City of New York and the 
Citv of Brooklyn 



To foreclose a mortgage 
judgment creditor. 



To foreclose a mortgage 
judgment creditor. 



defendant Nooney a 



defendant Nooney a 



Summons only served. 

For salary as Inspector of Buildings, from June 

2p, 189 "j, to April 22, 1897. 
To recover amount paid for permit for vault 

covering at premises corner of Boulevard and 

93d St., $403.82. 
For services as an Expert Accountant on 

behalf of the Trustees of the New York and 

Brooklyn Bridge, from May 19, 1884, to 

April 5, 1889, $2,500. 



Schedule i— Suits against the City, eic. 



Court. 



Supreme . 



Regis- 
ter 
Folio. 






<( 



«< 



(* 



City 

Supreme 



«( 



53 2S9 



46 392 



When 
Commenced. 



Title of Action. 



Nature of Action. 



Mar. 25, 1897 Bulkley, Justus L., et al., ex- 
ecutors of Daniel B. Fayer- 
weather, vs. Fannie Robin- 
son, The Mayor, etc., ct al. 

Sept. 18, 1894 IHurford, Thomas W 



45 


205 


Dec. 


• 

X. i?93 


49 


376 


Mar. 


9, 1896 


53 


136 


Feb. 


13, 1897 


52 


183 


Oct. 

■ 


24, 1896 


57 


52 


Dee. 


31, i8>7 


19 


212 


Jan. 


7. 1^96 


42 


I' 8 


July 


21, 1891 



Burgoyne, Charles G . 



Burke, James 



Burlan:^o, Emanuel 



liurlick, William G., and 
Elizabeth S. Recmer 

Burnet, Charloue A., and 

George H. Jackson 

Burnett, Catherine 



45 365 ^'^^b. 8, 1894 



56 
43 



381 Dec. 7, 1897 



Burnett, James G. D., vs. 
The Mayor, etc.. of i>ew 
York, l.ouisJ.Heintz, Com- 
missioner of Street Im- 
provements in 23d and 24th 
Wards, and Charleii W. 
Coll ins 

Burnett, John S., as exec- 
utor of the last will and tes- 
tament of David Tomp- 
kins, decensttd 

Bums, Denis 



To forec^.ose mortgage on premises on East 
Broadway and Division st. 



Damages for personal injuries caused by being 
thrown from a carriage at Mott ave. and 165th 
St.. on June 29, 181^4, owing to negligent man- 
ner of grading, $35,000. 

For printing points, etc., in the case of John 
O'Brien and Hcman Clark vs. The Mayor, 
etc., of New York, $745.93. 

Damages for personal injuries caused by defec- 
tive sidewalk at No. 3263 Third ave., Kfar. 16, 
1695, $5.00^- 

For rent of premises on southerly side ol ist st. , 
in the Village of WilliamsMridge, for Jan., 
Feb., Mar. and Apr., 1896, $50. 

For amount ot assessment paid for 51st and 56tli 
sts. sewer, bet. 9th ave. and the Hudson river, 

I $948. 

{Summons only served. 

Damages sustained hy reason of overflow ol 
sewer at northerly side ol 177th St., between 
Third and Vanderhilt aves., in 1894, $3,166.50. 

To restrain interfering with or obstructing flow 
of water in Mott Haven Canal, at 138th st., 
or from constructing any structure that will 
prevent navigation of C4nal. 



65 



Mar. 8, 1*92 .Burns, John F, 



56 118 



Oct. 13, 1897 



56 



40 



41 
48 

57 
56 
56 



53 
57 
49 
38 
Sa 

41 
56 
49 
47 



389 j Dec. 7, •• 
297 I Sept. 25, 1890 

259 June II, 1891 
325 
5 



Burns, Joseph, vs. The 
Mayor, etc., Terence A. 
Smith, et al 

Burns, Patrick 



Bums, Michael 



768 
223 

225 

44 
i65 

258 
225 

26 

390 
224 

204 



47 205 



Sept. 13, 1895 
Dec. 30, 1897 

Oct. 28, " 

Nov. 3. •' 

Mar. 13, " 
Dec. 31, " 
Dec. 24, 1895 
Jan. 15, 1889 
Nov. 9, 1896 

Feb. 17, 1891 

Dec. 7, 1897 

Jan. 13, Z890 

*' as. 189s 



" as. •• 



:BurrclI, John E. , 

^Burtt, Robert D. 

Busch, Gustave. . 



Bush, Charles 



Bussing, John, Jr., vs. Thos. 
G. Hammond and wife. 
The Mayor, etc., et al . . . . 

Butler, Clara 



Butl-'r, William Allen, as ex- 
ecutor, etc., of F. K. Agate. 
Byrne, Bernard 



Byrne, Edward. 



Byrne, James C, vs. Charles 
A.Stoddard, The Mayor, 
etc., et al 

Byrnes, Bridget, vs. Thomas 
Murphy 

Cahill, Edward F 



Cahill, Susanna V. . . 
Caldwell, Charles H 



Caldwell, Emma E. 



To recover amount of assessment paid for Mor- 
ris avenue regulating, etc., from 138th to 
i55ih St., $60.35. 

For services as Commissioner to inquire into 
sanity of Gustave Weinberg, $125. 

For balance ot saljry as Inspector in the De- 
partment of Public Works, from September 
26, 1888, to August 13, 1891, at $100 per 
month, $3,400. 

To foreclose lien for labor performed under 
contract for constructing sewer in West 96th 
street, $128. 

For difference in wages as Mason in Park De- 
partment, bet. $4 and $3.50 per diy, $21. 

Balance of salary as Foreman in Department of 
Public Works, between May 31, 1889, and 
July 29. 1889, at $3 . 50 per day, $153. 

Summons only served, 
do 

To recover amount of assessment paid for regu- 
lating, etc., Dyckman st., $3S5.35. 

For building foundation under boiler house at 
Central Islip, Long Island, $400. 

To foreclose a mortgage on premises in Town of 
Morrisania. 

For rent oi Butler's Hall, Main st., Westchester 

Village, $60. 
Summons only served. 

do 

Salary as Assistant Clerk of City Court, for 
December, 1888, at $1,500 per annum, $125, 

To foreclosure a mortgage on premises in zSad 
St., near izth ave. 

Damages for alleged assault and battery on 
February 7, 189 1, $2,000. 

For difference in wages as Mason in Park De- 
partment, bet. $4 and $3.50 per day, $48.87. 

For repayment ol amount of taxes paid by the 
plaintiff by error, $273. 

Damages to canal-boat •• Bertha " on January 
30, 1894. at Pier 44, East river, foot of 
Rutgers st., by spile puncturing bottom, $1,300. 

Damages for personal injuries alleged to have 
been received at the sinking of the canal- 
boat " B;rtha " on January 30, 1894, $10,500. 



lO 



Schedule i — Suits against the City, etc. 



Court. 



Supreme 



City. 



«( 



Regis- 

[ TER 

. Folio. 



When 
Commenced. 



42 408 Jan. 6, 1892 



41 265 
57 75 



June II, 1891 
Dec. 31, 1897 



Title of Action. 



Nature of Action. 



41 264 June II, 1891 



55 20 May 15, 1897 



• 53 
46 



2ei 

5 



Supreme ... 55 

55 
47 



23 

31 
"3 



U. S. Circuit 



Supreme ... 



« 



39 
44 

55 
40 



51 

338 

359 
458 



35 72 



35 



38 54 



22 485 



47 

56 
56 



453 
472 

430 



Mar. 17, " 
" 7. 1894 

May 18, 1897 



*• 19. •' 



Dec. 19, 1894 

June 25, 1889 
*• 28. 1893 

Aug. 13, 1897 
Jan. 14, 1891 

Dec, I, i886 



Calkins, Frank A For salary as Assistant Engineer m the De- 
partment of Public Works, from February 
z. 1886, to November 14, 1891, at $1,900 per 
annum, $10,924.97. 

Callaghan, Patrick Summons only served. 

Callaghan, Patrick do 



Callaghan, Patrick, and John 
B. Rebaut, as executors, 
etc . ...••.. 

Callaghan, William j '.'..'.'.'.'.'. 



Callahan, Edward A, 



123 " 20, " 



July 23, 1888 



Nov. 14, 1877 

Apr. 28, 1895 
Dec. 20, X897 



•• 10, " 



Callahan, James, an infant 
over fourteen years of age, 
by Ann Callahan, his guard- 
ian ad litem, vs. John Mc- 
Ginty 

Callahan, James A 



Ca:hhan, Mary 

Callahan, I'homas F. 



Callahan, Thomas F., 

fames H . Gartlan 

Calligan, Ellen 



and 



Camden Iron Works. 



Camden Iron Works vs. The 
Mayor, etc., et al 



Cammann, Charles L., Henry 
J. Cammann, Susan Cam- 
mann, Oswald Cammann, 
an infant, by Charles L. 
Cammann, guardian ad 
litem, and Charles L. Cam- 
mann, as trustee, etc., 
Noi. 

Cammann, Cliarles L,, Henry 
J. Cammann, Susan Cam- 
mann, Oswald Cammann, 
an infant, by Charles L. 
Cammann, guardian ad 
litem, and Lharles L, 
Cammann, as trustee, etc., 
vs. George W, Birdsall.. . . 

Cammann, Charles L., Henry 
J. Cammann, Susan Cam- 
mann, Oswald Cammann, 
an infant, by Charles L. 
Cammann, his guardian ad 
litem, and Charles L. Cam- 
mann, as trustee under and 
by virtue of the last will 
and testament of Sarah B. 
Cammann. deceased. No. 2. 

Campbell, Christopher C. . . . 



Campbell, Edward J , 



do 



For salary due as Hamessmaker and Keeper in 

Blackwell's Island prison, from November 14^ 

x88o, to Sept. 10, 1805, $8,165. 
For s-alary as Electrical Expert in Fire Dept.» 

from Sept. i, 1895, to Feb. 20, 1896. $890. 
Damages or personal injuries received July 16, 

1893, by falhng off rock at the Kindenberg^ 

Central Park, $2,000. 



For salary as Plasterer and Keeper on Black> 
well's Island, from Nov. 16, 1891, to Aug. 21, 
1895, $5,662. .... 

Damages for personal injuries received at Spring 
and Thompson sts., on Dec. 14, 1896, ||2,ooo. 

Damages for personal injuries alleged to have 
been received by falling on ice and snow on 
sidewalk on northerly side of 50th St., be- 
tween 8th ave. and Broadway, on February i, 
1894, $io,oco. 

For blank books and stationery furnished, be- 
tween May 28 and October 18, 1886, $36q.93._ 

Damages for personal injuries alleged to have 
been received January 17, 1893, by falling on 
ice and snow on sidewalk at No. 539 West 
S7th St.. $5,ooo. 

For twenty tons ol pipes and special castings 
supplied at Department of Public Works^ 
$897.79. 

To foreclose lien agamst moneys du^ on con- 
tract of O'Brien & Clark, dated May 17, 
1888, for building Section 13 of New Croton 
Aqueduct. 

Damajjes for alleged trespass and tearing down 
fence on plaintiffs' lands in 24th Ward, at 
Harlem river and Kordham Landing joad^ 
in August and September, 1886, $30,000. 



Damages or alleged trespass and tearing down 
fence, etc., on plaintiffs' lands, at Harlem 
river, between Fordham Landing road and 
road leading to Macomb's Dam, August 
and September, x886, $15,000. 



Damages for alleged trespass upon plaintiffs* 
land at Fordham Landing road, Macomb's 
Dam road and Harlem river, 24th Ward, 
between March 8 and July 14, 1887, $30,000. 



Campbell, James. 



To restrain defendant from using a certain 

improvement made and patented by James 

Knibbs, used in steam fire-engine pumps, 

and for damages. 
For wages as District Superintendent of the 

Street Cleaning Department, from April 25,. 

iS^94, to March 4, 1894, $264.86. 
Individually aid assignee of others for extra 

work on Sundays in Department of Street 

Cleaning, $1,304.10. 
For extra work on Sundays as Hostler in Street 

Cleaning Depart nent and as assignee of 

ninety four others, $17,512.20. 



II 



Schedule i — Suits against the City, etc. 



Court. 




Regis- 
ter 
Folio. 


Supreme 




31 488 


« 




36 268 


«i 




56 520 


4t 




48 357 


(( 




53 33 


*t 




50 330 


« 




48 378 


«< 




50 166 


41 




46 307 


«• 




57 21 
37 270 


«( 




55 402 


«( 




53 364 


«« 




57 71 


(« 




41 267 


it 




53 310 


tt 




57 26 


t* 




37 283 


«l 




52 44 
55 354 


«( 




52 23s 


«( 




52 442 






57 19 
57 18 


<l 




57 73 


4« 




55 28s 


«( 




56 477 



When 
Commenced. 



Aug. 25, 1884 
" 2, 1887 

Dec. 27, 1897 
Sept. 19, J 895 

Jan. x6, 1897 
July 28, 1896 
Sept. 26, 2895 

June 19, 1896 
July 23, 1892 



Dec. 31, 1897 
Feb. 15, 1888 



Sept. 9, 1897 
Apr. 15, " 

Dec. 3X, " 

June II, 1891 

Mar. 20, 1897 
Dec. 31, '* 
Feb. 23, 1888 



Sept. 5, 1896 
Aug. 13, 1897 



Nov. xa, 1896 



Dec. 31, •• 

" 31, 1897 
3». 



" 31. " 



July 23, •' 
Dec. 21, *' 



Title of Action. 



Campbell, James C, vs. Board 
of Police Commissioners. . . 

Campbell, Thomas P., execu- 
tor of the last will and tes- 
tament of Rob't B. Camp- 
bell 

Campign, Garrett C 



Canavan, John, Morris Cana- 
van and David Canavan, 
vs. The Mayor, etc., Chris- 
topher Nally et al 

Cappelle, Albert, vs. John F. 
Harriot, etc 



Carlin, Alice 



Carlin, John, as executor, 
etc., of Luke O'Brien, de- 
ceased, vs. Terrcnce A. 
Smith, The Mayor, etc., 
etal 

Carpenter, Theodore, and 
George H. Knapp,as execu 
tors, etc., of Mary S. Brou 
wer (Matter of) 

Carroll, James 



Carroll, James. 
Casey, John ... 



Nature of Action. 



Casey, Michael H . 



Cashin, Jerome, an infant, by 
bis guardian ad litem, Ed- 
ward J. Cashin 

Cashman, Daniel A 

Cashman, Michael H., indi- 
vidually and executor of 
Daniel Cashman, dec'd. . . . 

Casin, Bertha, by Barmet 
Casin, her guardian ad 
litem 

Cassen, Isaac, an infant, by 
Samuel Cassen, his guard- 
ian ad litem 

Cassidy, Roseanna 



Cassidy, Thomas 

Catterbcrry, Catherine I., vs. 
The Mayor, etc., Charles 
H. Coleman, et al 

Caitaberry, Louis, and Sal- 
vator M. UiPasquale 



Catterson, George 



Cauld well, Elizabeth M 

Cauldwell, Thomas, as ex- 
ecutor, etc., of William A. 
Cauldwell, deceased 

Cauldwell, Thomas W., as 
executor, etc., of William 
A. Cauldwell. deceased. . . . 

Cecilian Asphalt Paving Co. 
vs. The Mayor, etc., Julian 
Wazeter et al 

Central Fireproofing Co. vs. 
The Mayor, etc.. The 
Board of Education, David 
Barry, Patrick Ryan et al. 



For injunction to restrain defendants from inter- 
fering with business of plaintiff as auctioneer 
at No. 693 Broadway. 

To have assessment for sewers in Boulevard, 98th 
St , 9th ave. and xooth st., on Ward Nos. 20 
and 32 to 28, Block 1145, declared void and to 
recover back amount paid therefor, $444.80. 

For extra work and services as Section Foreman 
in Street Cleaning Department, bet. Apr. a6, 
1802, and Nov. 7, 1897, $1,081.85. 

To foreclose lien against contract of defendant 
Nally for constructing retaining-wall, etc., on 
westerly line of Riverside Park, between 79th 
and o6th sts. $1,324.50. 

To replevin certain goods valued at $375. 



To recover amount of assessment paid for 
Boulevard sewers, bet. 77th and 92d sts., 

$384.64. . 

To foreclose lien under contract of defendant 
Terrence A. Smith for building a sewer at 
Kingsbridge road, $7,015.56. 

For payment of an award on Parcel No. 39, Mt. 
Kisco proceeding. 



Damages for pergonal injuries by the falling of 

a derrick at the foot of East 84th St., on July 

5. 1893. $io,coo. 
Summons with notice served. 
To have assessment for Boulevard sewers, 98th 

St. to 9th ave., on Ward No. 57, Block 1026, 

declared void, and to recover back amount 

paid therefor, $154.66. 
Damages for personal injuries sustained at 

109th St. and Riverside Drive, May 16, 1897, 

$2,000. 
Damages for personal injuries caused by falling 

in depression on x6ist St., near Washington 

ave., on Nov. 3, 1896, $10,000. 
Summons only served. 

do 



Damages for personal injuries received May 2, 

1896, by being struck by a wagon in front of 
No. 163 Suffolk St., $10,000. 

Damages for personal injuries received July 23, 

1897, at No. 234 East 46th st., caused by 
negligent driving of dirt cart, $1,000. 

Damages for alleged injuries to premises No. 429 
West 13th St., in 1884, by reason of the open- 
ing and extension of Washington St., from 13th 
to 14th St., $975. 

Summons only served. 

To foreclose lien on contract of William F. Nor- 
ton and William Dalton for constructing East 
198th St. sewer, $2,922 65. 

For balance claimed to be due and damages 
sustained under contract with the Village of 
Williamsbridge for constructing sewers, etc., 
in Olin and oiner avenues, $8,000. 

For services as Inspector of Sewers, in the Vil- 
lage of Wiiliamsbride. $750. 

Summons only served. 

Summons with notice for $179.40 served. 



Summons only served. 



To foreclose mechanic's lien for work on Gram- 
mar School No. 87, $460. 

To foreclose lien under contract of defendants 
Barry & Ryan for building Mosholu Park- 
way school-house, $1,000. 



Schedule i— Suits against the City, i 



Cludwidt. MaiLhew 



olly^ deci 



lanigo fbc pcnonal injuries by hUiae "f ■ 
poiiTon or KifTolding at eagine-houme a[ Shift 
No.is of N«w Aqueduct on Nov. 8, iSgs. 



Damages lor penODH I injuriei hyhdng throwa 
from ciiriige on C«niral ave., High Bridge 
' Aug. 3. 1(96,1 



:ha». Julia A., V9. TheFoi 
Mayor. Etc, of tta Cily of ' 

Ducks and'lheNawVot 



Suninioniraly strred. 

™f'"i8°' 



iavingiBaift: 

INat. BiokfThe). 



Third Avenus 'ksilra 

chruii^VjohoG":::'.:::: 



:New Aqiieduci On map. Parcels N 
6«,m.j«T.«. . , 
unmoiiiwiih not KB hw 13,114.56 aerv 
auVmuiion oTiUtitravcn)/ to decide ci 



to ;s. tlocL 106, declared void and to i< 
TECovtr tuclc*inounijuidIhereror,|i.i7a.4a. 
To rFiiiainilie laying ofriilroodtraclu ID froi 
ol plain litTa premiwa. 

For balance of ulary ai Inspector of Building 



Ciirygml. John F iBalancoUiinEd'tu Ik due under conEnct dated 

AUDUII J. igrS;,rsr puUic market on Avi^iiif 
I C.froQiittihw jlhilreel.l16.674.30. 
Churcli.SltnccnE |Torrcavarbiickuc»iariiue>«neniri>rregu[iI- 

Nai.5«ili6^, BWk'ls',Sg4.t8, '" ' " 



. Co. vi.Toforedoii 



The Mayo 



liiiien*' Sa^rinn Bank v>. To foreddso a mongoge, Tht City' madi > 
William T. Waahbom, a> party by reason of a Joitgnienl eniercd JanU' 



Clarlc, Fani 

KeTithM 
Dark, Hen 



onlhofOtlober iSBSitSgaa 



13 



Schedule i— Suits against the City, etc. 



Court. 



Supreme .. 



(« 



*i 



City 



Supreme. . . . 



City 



Supreme . . . 






4i 



« 



(( 



«i 



(< 



ti 



<< 



(< 



«< 



<i 



«( 



Regis- 
ter 
Folio. 


S3 


146 


4x 


168 


36 


3o€ 


33 


350 


48 


133 


48 


139 


55 


156 


42 


138 


4* 
4X 


266 

203 


57 


IZX 


38 


289 


49 


ZI 


41 


271 


53 


3x5 


47 


316 


39 


451 


57 


158 


56 


360 


56 


123 


56 


456 


55 


401 


49 


397 


49 


250 


33 


401 


48 


402 


48 


403 



When 
Commenced. 



Oct. 13, 1896 
Apr. 23, 1891 

Au|^. II, 1887 

Dec. 31, 1885 
June 29, 1895 
July 2, " 
June 24, 1897 

Sept. 4, 1891 

June II, " 
•• II, " 

Dec. 31, 1897 
Jan. 24, 1889 

Oct. 21, 1895 

June II, 1891 

Apr. 1, 1897 
Mar. 13, 1895 

** 18, 1890 

'* 31. X897 

Dec. I, " 

Oct. 14, " 

Dec. IS, " 
Sept. 9, " 

Mar. 17, 1896 

Jan. 22, 1897 

Feb. IX, 1886 

Oct. 5, 1895 



5* 



Title of Action. 



Clark, John 

Clark,John H 

Clarkson, William R 

Cleary,John D 

Clemmons, Wm. Francis, vs. 
John F. Harriot et al 

Clifford, Maria A 

Coakley, Daniel, vs. Charles 
H. T. Collis, Commissioner 
ol Public Works 

Coates, Annie E 

Coates, Howard W 

Coates, Howard, and Ben- 
jamin C. Wetmore, as ex- 
ecutor of George H. Peck, 
deceased, and Joseph H. 
Godwin 

Coates, Howard W., as exec- 
utor of George H. Peck, 
deceased 

Coates, James W. 

Coby,Patrick 

Coddington, Cliflford, execu- 
tor, etc., of M. E. Cod- 
dington 

Cody, Bridget A 

Cody, Elizabeth 

Cody, John 

CoiSn, Charles B., as admin- 
istrator of Alfred M. CoiSn, 
deceased 

Cohn, Edward, an in&nt, by 
Albert Cohn, his Guardian 
ad litem 

Colby, Anna S 

Coleman, Henry. 

CoUett, Edwin 

Collier, Lizzie Hudson 

Collins, Henry J 

Collins, William 

Colt, Harris D., as trustee, 
etc., of Marie L. Cameron, 
deceased, vs. James Liv- 
ingston et al. (No. i) 

Colt, Hart is D., as trustee, 
etc., of Marie L. Cameron, 
deceased, vs. James Liv- 
ingston et al. (No. 3} 



Nature of Action, 



Damages for loss of service of plaintiff's wife, 
Emma Clark, $2,500. 

Salary as Attendant to the Court of General 
Sessions for November, 1888, at $1,000 per 

' annum, $83.53. 

To have assessment for 7th avenue tree-planting, 
between zioth and 154th sts., on Ward Nos. 
I to 4, Block 723, declared void and to re- 
cover back amount paid therefor, $36.89 

Salary as member of Wolf Board of Aldermei> 
for years 1879 and 1880, at $4,000 per annum, 
$8,oco. 

Replevin of clothing seized by the police while 
being removed from No. 10 Baxter St., 
$204.38. 

Dami^es for personal injuries by falling over 
platform on the southeasterly side of Cherry 
St., near Pike Slip, on July 4, 1894, $10,000. 

To recover 3o,coo stone paving blocks excavated 
at Gouverneur Hospital and for damages, $50.. 

Summons only served. 

do 
do 



do 



To have assessment for 96th st sewer, loth 
ave. to Hudson river, on Ward No. 45 to 47, 
Block 10.^0, declared void and to recover back 
amount paid therefor, $51.75. 

Damages by reason of falling of stone wall on 
premises No. 427 West X49th St., December 16, 
1894, $13,050. 

Summons only served. 



Damages for personal injuries received on north 
side of Madison st., in front of No. 51, $10,000. 

Damages for personal injuries alleged to have 
been received by falling on ice on sidewalk 
on the southerly side of 90th st., between 
2d and 3d aves., on January 6, 1895, $5,000. 

For salary as Foreman in Department of Public 
Works, between September 18 and June 29, 
i88q, $175. 

Summons only served. 



Damages for personal injuries by falling into 
hole on Pier foot ot East Z23d St., $5,000. 

Damages for injury to horse caused by defective 

roadway at 5th ave. and 58th st. on Feb. aa, 

1897. $500. 
To recover amount of assessment paid for regu- 

lating, etc., Dyckman St., $937.50. 
Damages for personal injuries sustained at 

xoqth St. and Riverside Drive, May i6, 1897, 

$10,000. 
For personal injuries alleged to have been 

received at 5th ave. and 6oth st., Apr, 33, 1895^ 

$io,ooo. 
Damages for personal injuries by falling in hole 

in sidewalk at No. 43a West 40th st., Sept.30» 

1895, $15,000. 
For an award made to plaintiff for land in X3th 

ave. taken in the matter of opening the Ganse- 

voort Market, $22,750. 
To foreclose a mortgage. 



do 



M 



Schedule i — Suits against the City, etc. 



Court. 




Supreme . 




« 

< 




4( 




<« 




«< 




tt 




« 


• • • 


(( 


• • • 


« 


• • • 


«l 


• • • 


<« 


• • • 


(« 


• • • 


<( 


• • • 


« 


• • • 


«( 


• • • 


« 


• • • 
• 



SthJud.Dis. 



Supreme 
«( 

*t 

«« 

t* 

«( 

t* 
«< 



Regis- 
ter 
Fouo. 


4X 


263 


45 


319 


48 


235 


45 


338 


56 


390 


45 


237 


56 


528 


55 


X65 


45 


394 


55 


134 


57 


70 


40 


144 


44 


87 


39 


xoo 


49 


230 


42 


IZ2 


49 


248 


48 


127 


35 


268 


56 


450 


56 


384 


53 


411 


56 


647 


53 


410 


55 


»59 


49 


X30 



When 

Commenced. 



June II, 1891 

Jan. 31, 1894 

July 27, 1895 
Dec. 23, 1893 

" 7, 1897 
«* 22, 1893 

" 27, X897 
June 28, " 

Feb. 12, 1894 

June 27, 1897 
Dec. 31, " 
May 20, 1890 

Jan. 4, 1893 

Aug. 3, 1889 

Jan. 14, 1896 
Aug. 26, 189Z 

Jan. 22, 1896 

June 26, 1895 
Feb. 28, 1887 

Dec. 13, 1897 

•* 8, •* 

Apr. 30, '* 

Dec. IS, •* 

Apr. 30, •* 
June 25, ** 
Dec. 6, Z895 



Title of Action. 



Combes, Richard Carmen, 
as executor, etc., of 
Richaid F. Carmen, de- 
ceased 

Comins & Evans vs. The 
Mayor, etc., Thos. Dwyer 
etal 

Cominsky, Charles, vs. 
Edward J. Bourke 

Conkling, Thomas W., and 
Louis H. Zerego, as execu- 
tors, etc., of Elizabeth M. 
Conklin (Matter of ) 

Connally, John 



Conneally, Jane Ann, as 
administratrix of Mary 
Conneally, deceased 



Connolly, Ann , 



Connor, Bridget, as adminis 
tratrix, etc., of Timothy 
Connor, deceased 



Conrad, William. 



Conroy, Alexander. . . . 
Consolidated Gas Co. 



Consolidated Gas Co. of New 
York vs. The Mayor, etc., 
and the Dock Commission- 
ers 

Consolidated Gas Co. of New 
York 



Consolidated Gas Co. of New 
York 



Consolidated Ice Co 



Nature of Action. 



Summons only served. 



do 



Constable, Frederick A., in- 
dividually and as executor 
and trustee under the last 
will and testament of Rich- 
ard Arnold, deceased 

Conway, John H., vs. Edward 
P. Barker, Theodore Sutro 
and James L. Wells, Com- 
missioners of Taxes and 
Assessments 

Conway, Robert H., vs. 
George S. Chapman 

Cook, Charles F 



Cook, Francis vs. The Mayor, 
etc., the Board of Educa- 
tion, David Barry, et al. . . 

Cooley, James C, vs. William 
L. Strong, Mayor, et al . . . . 

Coon, Deborah A 

Coon, Euphenia H 

Coon, George W 

Cooper, Douglas 

Cooper, John 



Damages for assault and battery and false arrest 
and imprisonment, June 29, 7895, #5,000. 

For an award made on Damage Map No. Z2z, 
in the matter of opening Cathedral parkway, 
$zo,ooo. 

For difference in wages as Painter in Park De- 
partment, bet. $4 and $3- 50 per dav, |i3. 

Damages for death of plaintiflrs intestate, 
caused by personal injuries alleged to have 
been received February 7, 1893, by failiog 
on snow and ice on sidewalk at za4th St., be- 
tween 7th and Lenox aves., $5,000. 

Damages for personal injuries by falling on de- 
fective pavement at No. z Hamilton St., 

$10,(KX>. 

Damages for death of Timothy Comior by being 
thrown from a truck on cor. of Gouvemeur 
Slip and South Ferry, on Apr. 27, xBgy, 
$25,000. 

To recover amount of assessment paid for zssth 
St. regulating, grading, etc., between Elton 
and Courtlandt aves., $z,046. 

Damages for personal injuries received at No. 
135 East 33a St., Apr. 12, 1897, |z5,ooo. 

Summons only served. 

To restrain awarding of any contract for con- 
struction of pier at foot of West 41st st. 



To recover back amount of assessment paid 
for i6th St. repaving, from Avenue C to the 
East river, on Ward Nos. 694 to 698, 779 to 
783, 1810 to 1826 arid 3408 to 3427( $5,02a.4z. 

To recover back excess ot assessment for zst 
ave. sewers, between 92d and izoth sts., and 
in 2d avc., between 95th and 109th sts, on 
Ward Nos. i to 52, Block 214, $458*23. 

For possession of premises at 1x3th <*nd xz4th 
sts.. East river. 

lliat assessment for flaggring on 6th ave., from 
125th to 145th St., on various ward numbers 
in Blocks 620, 621, 715, 722 and 725, be declared 
void and that plaintiff recover back amount 
paid therefor, $774.36. 

Summons with notice for $250 served. 



Damages for alleged false arrest and imprison- 
ment on June 10 and 11, 1895, $zo,ooo. 

To recover back excess ot assessment for Boule- 
vard sewer, gSth St., oth ave., etc., on Ward 
Nos. 59, 6oand64, Block 1026, $231. iz. 

To foreclose lien on contract for erection of 
school-house on Mosholu Parkway, $5,000. 

To restrain the granting of franchise to Street 

Railroad Co. on roau from Bartow to City 

Island. 
For personal injuries by falling on icy sidewalk 

at x38th St. and Railroad ave. on Dec. Z9, 1896, 

$zo,ooo. 
Damages for personal injuries by falling over 

wire on sidewalk in Bank st., near West St., 

$10,000. 
Damages for loss of services of plaintiff's wife, 

Deborah A. Coon, $10,000. 
Damages for personal injuries received at X3th 

ave., bet. 24th and 25th sts., $5,000. 
Damages for injuries by collision with cart of 

Street Cleaning Department on May 20, xS^i, 

$3,OOD. _ 



15 



Schedule i— Suits against the City, etc. 



Court. 


Kegis- 

TRR 

Folio. 


When 
Commenced. 


Title of Action. 


Nature of Action. 


Supreme . . . 


57 
55 

56 

56 
38 
38 

43 

41 
57 
57 
57 
57 
57 
57 
57 
57 
57 
57 
57 
57 
57 
42 

53 

53 

53 

41 

36 
42 

45 


2 
4«5 
155 

382 

144 

'45 

352 

2C8 

57 
58 

59 
60 

61 

62 

63 

64 

65 
66 

67 

68 

69 

418 

360 

X44 

14s 

19 

343 
203 

366 


Dec. 30, 1897 
Sept. 16, •* 
Oct. 23, •• 

Dec. 7, " 

Oct. 27, 1888 

a7» 
Aug. 3r, 1892 

June iz, 1891 
Dec. 31, 1897 
" 31. " 
" 3'. •• 
*• 3'. " 
" 3t. •• 
" 3», " 
" 31. " 
" 3'. " 
" 31. " 
" 31. " 
" 31, " 
" 3', " 
" 3'. " 
Jan. 9, 189a 

Apr. 14, 1897 

Feb. 17, •• 

" 17. " 
June T2, 1891 

Aug. 20, 1887 
Sept. 29, 189 z 

Feb. 8, Z894 


Corbett. Tohn 


To recover amoiut of assessment paid lor regu- 
lating, etc., Dyckman St., $959.80. 

Damages for personal injuries received at Canal 
and Chrystie sts., Apr. 26, Z897, $25,000. 

Damages for overflow of water into house at 
No. 634 West 158th St., due to defective curb- 
ing of street, $448.7^. 

Damages for personal injuries and injuries to 
bicycle, caused by obstruction in roadway of 
Jerome are., near i82d st., $z5o. 

To have assessment for 96th St., sewer, from 
zoth ave. to Hudson river, declared void and 
to recover back amount paid therefor, $30.50. 

To have assessment for zoSth st. sewer, between 
Hudson river and Boulevard, to zzoth st. to 
zoth ave., etc., declared void and to recover 
back amount paid therefor, $269.62. 

To restram the using of Pier (new No.) 60, at the 
foot of West 30th street, or adjacent bulkheads 
or docks, for the purposes of a dumping 
ground. 

Summons only served. 


Corbo, Sebastiano. 
Cordes, August W 

Cornell, Alfred L. , 

Cornell, Charles 6. 

do 

Cornell, John M., 
The Mayor, etc., 
of New York, th 
ment of Docks, 
of Health and otl 

Corporation ofTrini 
(The) 




*« 




t* 




** 

• ... 

4i 

... 

*< 

... 


, No. 2... 
No. 3... 

et al., vs. 
of the City 
e Depart- 
the Board 

lers 

ty Church 


... 


Corporation of 
church. No. z . . 


Trinity 


do 


«« 

... 


Corporation ot 
church. No. 2. . . 


Trinity 


do 


... 


Corporation of 
Cnurch. No. 1... 


Trinity 


do 


41 

• « • 


Corporation of 
Church. No. a... 


Tzinity 


do 


«« 

... 


Corporation of 
Cnurch. No. s... 


Trinity 


do 


... 


Corporation ot 
Cnurch. No. 6... 


Trinity 


do 


4( 

... 


Corporation of 
Church. No. 7... 


Trinity 


do 


<« 

... 


Corporation of 
Cnurch. No. 8.. . 


Trinity 


do 


4« 

... 


Corporation of 
Church. No. . . . 


Trinity 


do 


41 

... 


Corporation of 

Church, No. 10. 
Corporation of 

Church. No, zz. 
Corporation of 

Church, No. Z2. 
Corporation of 

Church, No. Z3. 
Corr. Michael .... 


Trinity 


do 


44 

... 


Trinity 


do 


44 

... 


Trinity 


do 


44 

... 


Trinity 


do 


44 




Salary as Clerk in the Tax Department, from 


44 


Cottrell. Tames 


January zi, z888, to November 25, Z89Z, 
$3,868.82. 
Damages for personal injuries bv falling on 


44 


Coulter, Mary A. 

Courier, Sarah M 

Cox, John, vs. Joli 
The Mayor, et< 
City of New Yor 
H. Smith and Ja 
ington 




defective sidewalk at zioth st. and Lexington 
ave., $10,000. 
Damages for personal injuries by being knocked 


44 




down at 8th ave. and Z39th st. by a police 
patrol wagon on Feb. 23, Z896, $zo,ooo. 
Damages for personal injuries by being knocked 


(t 

... 


m Devlin, 
:., of the 
k, Francis 
mes Sym- 


down at 8th ave. and zsoth st. by a police 
patrol wagon on Feb. 23, Z896, $10,000. 
To have declared void certam assignments under 
the following contracts : z. Regulating and 
paving Bank st. ; 2. Regulating and paving 
Little West Z2th st. ; 3. Regulating and paving 
Leroy st. ; 4. Regulating and pavmg z6th st. ; 



4* 


Gram Hcnrv 


5. Regulating and paving Houston st.,.and to 
recover balance claimed to be due, $5,056. 
£0 recover back amount of assessment for zioth 


44 


Crane,Clarissa L., ; 
Crane 


and Albert 


street regulating, etc., from zst ave. to River- 
side Drive, $157.02. 

To recover back amount of alleged illegal as- 
sessment paid for 9lh ave. flagging, etc., from 
64th to 71st St., on premises Ward Nos. 3 and 
4, Block Z12, $85.78, paid September z5, Z87S ; 
also for 3d avenue flagging, from 93d to zozst 
St., on Ward Nos. 33, 34, 35 and 36, Block 384, 
$z42.o5, paid September 3, Z885, $227.83. 

To recover amount of assessment paid for Mor- 


4( 


Creamer, Thomas. 








ris ave. regulating, etc., from Z38th to zsjth 
street, $3Z.2S. 



i6 



Schedule i— Suits against the City, etc. 



Court. 


Regis- 
ter 
Folio. 


Supreme . . . 


S3 »74 


... 


57 x6o 


«« 

. • • 


47 167 


4( 


55 90 




36 X3I 


4f 

t . . 


55 aii 


• • • 


56 Sai 


• • • 


48 ai9 


... 


48 218 


... 


35 440 


• • • 


40 19 


«( 

... 


52 344 


• • • 


40 139 



«< 



<« 



« 



«( 



4i 



« 



4* 



'9 
53 

48 
49 



«9 
78 

327 
276 



45 
48 

56 

3Z 



Surrogate's. 



Supreme . . . 



44 



City 



306 
381 

462 
292 



47 240 



82 



44 I 



48 126 



55 
56 



X25 
294 



When 
commbn'ced. 



Mar. X, [897 

Dec. 31, •* 
Jan. 9, X895 



June a, X897 

" X3. •• 
July 9. " 

Dec. a;, " 

19, X895 



" 19. •• 



Apr. 22, 1887 



Title of Action. 



Cr^in, Charles A., vs. The 
Mayor, etc., Maurice Fitz- 
gerald et al 

Crimmins, John D 

Crimmins, Thomas E., vs. 
Tne Tnnidad Mastic Roof- 
ing Co., Jas. Quinn, William 
Lewris Boyle, Ashbel P. 
Fitch, as Comptroller, etc. 

Croft, Frank D., and another 



Croker, Eldward, vs. George 

Suttie 

Cronin, Daniel J 



Nature of Action. 



Cronin, Edward. 



Cronin, John J... 
Cronin, Margaret. 

Crosby, Darius G . 



«( 



9, 1890 



Dec. 7, X896 
May XI, X890 
Apr. X, X87S 
Jan. 26, 1897 

Sept. 13, 1895 
Jan. 31, X896 



Crowe, James G. 



July 23, 1894 
Sept. 27, X895 

Dec. 16, 1897 
Sept. 17, 1876 

Feb. 6, 1895 

Mar. X4, 1893 



do 



Cruger, S. Van Rensselaer, 

as substituted trustee, et al. 

Crump, John W 

Cuff", William, vs. The Mayor, 
etc., Charles W. Collins 
et al 

Culhone, William H 

Cullcn, Edgar M., et al., ex- 
ecutors of Henry J. CuUen, 
Jr., vs. The Mercantile 
Trust Co., as temporary 
administrator of Mary A. 
Gordon, William W. Old, 
as executor, etc., of Leo- 
nore M. Van Wyck, de- 
ceased, et al 

CuUen, John 



To foreclose lien under contract of Manrice 
Fitzgerald for dumping garbage, etc., $100. 

Summons only served. 

To restrain the Comptroller from paying out 
certain moneys due upon the contract of James 
Quinn with the City for paving South St., from 
Whitehall to Corlears st. 

For goods, wares and merchandise sold and for 
services performed, bet. Nov. 9, 1895, and July 
30, 1896, $6,458.54. 

Damages for alleged false arrest and imprison- 
ment. May 2x, X887, $5,000. 

For services as constable in the Town of West- 
chester, from Jan. x, X893, to June 6, 1895, 
I288.75. 

For extra work as Detailed Custodian in Incum- 
brance Yard No. 7 of Street Cleaning Depart- 
ment, from April, X895, to Nov. x, x897,$553.7<. 

Damages for loss oi services of plainuff's wife 
Mai^aret Cronin, $^000. 

Damages for personal injuries by foUinc; on snow 
and ICC on sidewalk on comer of Madison and 
Oliver sts., on December 31, 1894, $95,000. 

To have assessment for xx5th st. regulating, etc, 
on Ward Nos. 38^^ and 40, Block 405, declared 
void and to recover back amount paidt here- 
for, $200.78. 

Salary as Inspector of Masonry for May, x68o, 
$46.50; November, 1889, $X20, and March! 
$104, $270.50. 

For balance of salary as Inspector of Buildings, 
$91.50. 

Summons only served. 

For fireworks furnished February 9, 1871, at the 
reception of the Irish Exiles. 

To foreclose lien under contract for regulating, 
etc., i8och St., from Amsterdam ave. to Kings- 
bridge rd. 

Summons only served. 

For an accounting of transactions had by Henry 
J. Cullen, Jr., as administrator, etc., and of 
him and Josiah Porter, as trustees, etc , of 
George P. Gordon. 



CuUen, John, vs. Patrick 
Gallagher and The Mayor, 
etc 



Cullen, John, vs. The Mayor, 
etc., David Barry, et al. . . 

Cuming, William A., as 
assignee 



Cumming, Anna Justina, as 
next of kin of Anna Justina 
Martuis, deceased (Matter 

of) 

Cummins, Frank 



June 26, 1895 Cunningham, Annie 



" 15. X897 
Nov. 23, " 



Cunningham, Richard, vs. 

Philip I. Marrin 

Cunningham, Richard J.... 



Damages for personal injuries by the falling of 
a derrick at the foot of East 84th st., on July 
5i J 893, $2,500. 

To foreclose lien for labor performed and ma- 
terials furnished under contract of defendant 
Gallagher for building school-house on Edge- 
combe ave., between X40th and Z4xst sts., 
$4i493- 

To foreclose lien under contract for erection of 
school building on Mosholu Parkway, ^1,500. 

Claim under contract made between Jolui B. 
Devlin and the City, July 21, 1869, for regu- 
lating, etc., Madison ave., between 4ad and 
86th St., $31,067.90, and damages, $35,4x0.78. 

For moneys deposited by the Public Adminis- 
trator with the Comptroller. 



Damages for loss of horse and wagon by reason 
of their falling in trench made for laying 
pipes in Webster ave., on September a6, xSgx, 
$500. 

Damages for personal injuries resulting from 
slipping and falling on crosswalk at comer 
of 103d St. and 3d ave., $3,000. 

Damages for false arrest and imprisonment on 

j May 27, 1897, $2,000. 

For salary as Inspector of Buildings, from Sept. 

j 30, X896, $1,200. 



17 



Schedule i— Suits against the City, Etc. 



Court, 



Supreme 



«< 



<( 



(( 



(( 



U. S. Dist 
Supreme . . . 

U.S. Dist.. 
Supreme . . . 

U.S. Dist 

Supreme 
(I 



4( 



4i 
*( 



*t 



«t 



*t 



4t 



U. S. Circuit 



Supreme ... 



(( 



II 



Regis- 
ter 
Folio. 



45 340 

S6 5 13 

53 »49 

53 »93 

55 300 

40 I ox 



4z a6i 
47 902 

46 66 



56 344 

56 X35 

53 "' 

53 xaa 

46 203 

46 >04 

53 87 

53 460 

43 386 



57 74 
49 30 



36 87 

49 348 

57 x6 

56 385 

49 203 

56 391 

56 39X 

45 a47 



When 
Commenced. 



Feb. 7, X894 

Dec. 33, X897 
Feb. z8, X894 

Mar. 4, 1897 

July 27, " 
May 23, Z890 



June XI, X89Z 
Jan. 34, 1895 



Apr. 14, Z894 



Nov. 29, 1897 
Oct. x8, " 



Feb. xo, •• 



" xo. " 



July a, X894 

" 24, •• 
Jan. 38, X897 

Dec. 3x, 1896 

Sept. 31, 1892 



Dec. 31, 1897 
Oct. 23, 1895 



June X, X887 

Feb. 24, 1896 

Dec. 30, 1897 

" 8, •• 
Jan. 2, 1896 
Dec. 7, 1897 



«« . II 
7» 



Dec. 29, X893 



Title of Action. 



Curley, Thomas J , 



Curtin, Hugh A 

Curtis, Annie Neilsoi 



Curtis, George M., vs. Ed- 
ward P. Barker et al., Tax 
Commissioners, etc 

Ciutis, Louis 



Cushing, William, 



Cutting, Francis Bayard. 
Dailey, John D 



Dailey, John D., vs The 
Mayor, etc., and Louis H. 
Newton 



Dailey, John D., et al . 



Daily, George, and John A 
Carlson 



Dalbec, Joseph F. 



Dalbec, Joseph F., admin- 
istrator of Edgar M. Dal- 
bec 

Dalton, Mary A 



Dalton, Thomas 
Daly, James .... 



Daly, Mary. 



Daly, Peter (Matter of) . 



Daly. Thomas W. 
Darcy, Robert.... 



Darling, Sidney S. 



David Mayer Brewing Co. 
vs. Owen Toher, Robert 
6. Nooney, Commissioner 
of Jurors, et al 

Davidson, Edwin, by Albert 
Davidson, his guardian ad 
litem 



Davb, Arthur S. 



Davis, Louis B. 



Davison, John. 
Day, George.. 
Dazian, Henry 



Nature of Action. 



To recover amount of assessment paid for 
Mwris ave. regulating, etc., from zaSth to 
xssfh St.. S519.60. 

For services as Commbsioner to inquire into 
the sanity of Michael Floria, #150. 

For an award made for property taken for 
school site at East Houston and Essex sts., 
$17,763.60. 

For damages by neglect of defendants to keep 
personal tax assessment register open lor 
public examination, etc., $x,ooo. 

Damages for personal injuries sustained at 123d 
St. and 3d ave., Apr. 24, 1897, $5,000. 

Balance of salary as Inspector of Masonry on 
New Aqueduct, between February x, x888, 
and December x, X889, at $120 per month, 
$2,730. 

Summons only served. 

Damages to the tug-boat *' Three Brothers" 
while passmg under Madison Avenue Bridge 
at Harlem river, October 30, 1894, $350. 

To restrain the City from entering into a con- 
tract with defendant Newton for towing and 
unloading scows of the Street Cleaning De- 
partment. 

Action for salvage. 

To recover amount paid to Commissioner of 
Public Works for permits for constructing 
areas in froat of premises on Amsterdam ave., 
bet. X46th and X47th sts., $870. 

For services as Inspector of Sewers in the 
Vilbge of Williamsbridge, $750. 

For services as Inspector of Sewers in the 
Village of Williamsbridge, $750. 

Damages for personal iniuries alleged te have 
been received March 9, X893, by reason of 
falling on ice on crosswalk on southwest cor- 
ner of Hudson and Clarkson sts., $30,000. 

Damages for loss of services of Mary A. Dalton 
for a period of eight months, $xo,ooo. 

To recover amount paid for assessment for 
sewers in 95th and 98th sts., from xst to 3d 
avcs., $370. 

Damages for personal injuriesJ>y falling on 
defective sidewalk in front ofNos. 54 and 56 
Amsterdam ave. on Jan. xo, 1896, $5,000. 

For an award made on Damage Maps Nos. 
X003, X004 and X007, in the matter of open- 
ing T38th and other streets, in the 33d Ward 
of the City of New York, $376. 

Summons only served. 

Damages for personal injuries received J une X4, 
X895, by being thrown out of buggy at West- 
chester ave., between Leggett's lane and Lane 
ave., $3,500. 

To have assessment for sewer in X47thst., 8th 
ave. and 145th St., on Ward Nos. 56 to 59, 
Block 847,^ declared void and to recover back 
amount paid therefor, $434.02. 

To foreclose mortgage on premises at Fordham 



Damages for personal injuries caused by horse 
of Street Cleaning Department on Aug. 3X, 
X897, on Madison ave., bet. xxoth and xzxth 

sts., $3,003. 

Damages for personal injuries by falling on de- 
fective pavement on West 63d St., near 
Columbus ave., $15,000. 

Salary as a member of the so-called Wolf Board 
of Aldermen for the years 1890 and X89X, 
$4,000. 

For difference in wages as Mason in Park De- 
partment, bet. $4 and $3.50 per day, $29.25. 

For difference in wages as Mason in Park De- 
partment, bet. $4 and $3.50 per day, $15. 

Amount claimed to be due Alfred Thompson 
for furnishing floats, etc., for Columoian 
Celebration, $xx,soo. 



i8 



Schedule i — Suits against the City, etc. 



Court. 


Regis- 
ter 
Folio. 


Supreme . . . 


48 223 


... 


48 277 


«< 

• • • 


59 170 


... 


43 X55 


... 


45 a? 


«« 

... 


45 4x7 


•« 

• • • 


44 aa4 


• • • 


39 a57 


4« 

• • • 


39 471 


4« 

• • • 


53 X 


• • • 


48 372 


• • • 


45 4x8 


4thJud.Dist. 


5a 423 


Supreme . . . 


45 X73 


• • • 


52 369 



When 
Commenced. 



July ao, 1895 
Aug. . " 

Oct 21, 1896 

May 5, 1892 

Aug. 17, 1893 

Feb. 14, Z894 
Apr. 22, 1893 
Nov. 29, 1887 



«i 



4« 
*< 



Mar. 
May 
Sept. 

Feb. 
Dec. 

Nov. 

Dec. 



21, 1890 

8.1897 

95. X895 

X4. X894 
30, 1896 
IX, 1893 

II. " 



TriXE ok Action. 



Dean. WUliam E. 



do 



do 



De Canio. Francis. 



Decker. George. 



do 



Deep River Savings Batik . . . 

De Fieri. Pasquall, vs. Michael 
A. Fortunato, John F 
Dawson, The Mayor, etc.. 
et al 

De Forrest, William H., 
George R. Sheldon, as- 
signee 

Degenhardt, George, vs. The 
Mayor, etc.. Charles H. T. 
Collisetal 

Depnan, Mary, as administra- 
trix, etc., of Patrick Deg- 
nan, deceased 



Nature op Actiok. 



De Graff, Henrj' P. 



De Kraft, Frederick, vs. John 
F. Harriot, Property Clerk, 
etc 

Deianey, Nicholas 



55 


»3S 


June 


17, 1897 


29 


343 


Jan. 


5. X883 


32 


240 


Dec. 


31. 1884 


33 


349 


(< 


31, 1885 


37 


»74 


(( 


30, " 



39 298 



42 395 



45 244 

56 95 

57 xoo 



Del Guidice, Michael, as- 
si(;nee of Donato Donnat 
tello et al., against Matthew 
J. McKeon, as assignee, 
etc.. The Mayor, etc., et al. 

Demarest, Elizabeth A., ex- 
ecutrix, etc., of Matilda 
Reynold*!, deceased 

Demarest, William E.,No. i 



30, 1889 



30, 1891 



28, 1893 



do 



do 



do 



do 



do 



do 



No. 3 



No. 4 



No. 5 



No. 6 



No. 7 



No. 8 



«« 



29, 1897 Demarest, William E 

31, " De Montsaulin, Chas., Count, 

' and Baron Fortenay, as ex- 

j ecutors of Martin Zborow- 

ski, deceased, .f 



Amount cbumed to be due under contract for 
regulating, grading, etc., Dydcman St., from 
the Hudson river to Exterior street, and fbr 
extra work, damages, etc, $38,043. jr6. 

For rock and stone excavated b^ plaintiff from 
Boulevard, between King8bridg:e' road sad 
Tremont ave., since June 30, X89K, ^i»8oo. 

To foreclose lien for working mateiiaus furnished 
under contract of Clayton C. Dean, forregn- 
lating, etc., 9th ave., from aoth st. to Kings- 
bridge rd., |i9,z2o. 

Balance of ssUary as Inspector of Masonry on 
New Aqueduct, between Juae x, 1887, and 
September z8, 1889, at |t20 i>er month, 42.588. 

For excess of assessments paid lor Clifton st. 
regulating, on Ward No. 51, Blo^ 562^ 
$83.46. 

Summons only served. 

do 

To foreclose lien for labor and services rendered 
in the curbing and guttering^ of Z55th st, 
between 8th ave. and Edgeciombe road, 
under contract of defendant Dawson. 

For payment of an award made on part of Par- 
eel No. 81, New Aqueduct— Manhattan Island 
Section, additional lands. 

To restrain the Commissioner of Public Works 
from removing lamp in front of No. Z07 West 
4 2d St. 

Damages for death of plaindff^s intestate hf 
fall-ns; down an emlnnkment at S49th st, 
between Morris and Railroad aves., Septem- 
ber 3, 1894, $5,000. 

To recover excess of assessment paid for Cliftoa 
St. regulating, grading, etc., between St. Ann's 
and Union aves., $742.70. 

For value of certain personal property, $45. 



Damages for alleged personal injuries received 
by being thrown in the Harlem river while 
driving on Kingsbridge road, March 36, 1893, 
$10,000. 

To foreclose lien for work performed in the 
construction of sewer in East zgjd St., from 
Webster to Bainbridge ave , $699.73. 



To recover amount of assessment paid for outlet 
sewer in 108th st, $647.20. 

Assignee of various members of the Wolf 
Board of Aldermen for salary claimed for 
year 1876, $57,000. 

Salary claimed to be due plaintiff and as as- 
signee of various others, as Aldermen for 
1877 and 1878 (Wolf Board), $49,000. 

Assignee of various members of the Wolf Board 
of Aldermen, salary claimed to be due for 
years 187Q and 1880, $to6,ooo. 

Salary of plaintiff and as assignee of others ibr 
salary as members of Board of Aldermen 
(Wolf Board, so called], for years x88i and 
1882, $38,000. 

Salary claimed to be due plaintiff, and as 
assignee of others for salarv as members of 
so-called Wolf Board of Aldermen for years 
1883 and 1884, $54,000. 

Salary claimed to be due plaintiff and as av 
signce of others for salary as members «l 
so-called Wolf Board of Aldermen, fbr years 
1885 and 1886, $50,000. 

For salary and as assignee of various members 
of the so-called "Wolf" Board of Alder- 
men for the years 1887 and x888, $50,000. 

Summons with notice for $58,000 served. 

Summons only served. 



19 



Schedule i — Suits against the City, etc. 



Court. 



Supreme 



(• 



«( 



(< 



« 



« 



(( 



tt 



** 



i( 



Regis- 


ter 
Fouo. 


Sa 


85 


48 


77 


49 


337 


49 


336 


44 


333 


30 


305 


zo 


343 


4X 


275 


53 


8X7 


Sa 


433 


• 




44 


233 


40 


435 


45 


73 


52 


280 


53 


238 


SO 


179 


50 


28 


56 


531 


44 


94 


50 


177 


56 


465 


49 


358 


56 


392 



When 
Commenced. 



Sept. 19, Z896 

June z, Z895 
Jan. 14, Z896 



" 14. " 



Apr. 22, Z893 
June 5» Z883 
Apr. 34, Z867 
June zi, Z89Z 



Mar. 8, 1897 
Dec. 30, Z896 
Apr. 33, Z893 
Dec. 34, Z890 

Sept. 33, 1893 

Nov. 35, Z896 

Mar. 13, T897 

June 26, 1896 



Apr. 18, 



«< 



Dec. «7, X897 



Jan, 6, 1893 



June 26, Z896 
Dec. 16, Z897 

Feb. 38, Z896 
Dec. 7, 1897 



Title of Action. 



Dempsey, John J., vs. How- 
ard P. Wilds and George 
W.Birdsall 

Denice, John J 

Denison, George A., an 
iifant,byjane Denison, his 
guardian ad litem 

Denison, Jane 

Derby Savings Bank 

Devaney , Patrick 

Devlin, Charles 

Dickinson, Jeaanette L., C. 
D. Denison, M. L. Leavitt 
and Sarah L. Fleming, ex- 
ecutrices, etc., oi Robert 
Laton, deceased, and the 
said Jcannette L. Dickinson 
and C. L. Denison, as ad- 
ministrators of said Robert 
Laton, deceased 

Dietrich, Philip 

Dime Savings Bank of Brook- 
lyn vs. Mary E. McGuckin. 
the Board of Docks et al. . . 

Dime Savings Bank oi 
Thompson 

Diss Debar, Joseph N., vs. 
John F. Harriot, as Prop- 
erty Clerk, etc 

Dittmar, Maria W., vs. The 
Mayor, rtc, Ge©rge Con- 
nolly and Elizabeth Hamil- 
ton 

Dittmar, Maria W , vs. The 
Majror, etc., Charles W. 
Collins, Thomas J. Gillis 
etal 

Dittmar, Maria, vs. The 
Mayor, etc., Charles W. 
Collins et al 

Doak, George F 

Dobbins, John,vs. The Mayor, 
etc., John J. Hassett. John 
C. Callan and John Leonard 

Dobbins, Joseph A 



Dodge, Julia Rhinelander, vs. 
The West Shore and Ontario 
Terminal Co., The Mayor, 
etc., of the City of New 
York, and George J. Green- 
field, as trustee of the last 
will and testament of Philip 
R. Paulding, deceased .... 

Dodin, Alexander J., and 
another, executors, etc., of 
M. P. Dodin vs. Celina 
Dodin and The Mayor, etc. 

Dodm, Alexander J., as sole 
surviving executor of Man- 
say P. Dodin, deceased, 
vs. Henry A. Dodin, The 
Mayor, etc., et al 

Doe, John (No. 473), vs. The 
Mayor, etc., Joseph J. Mar- 
rin, et al 

Doherty, Daniel 



Nature OF Action. 



Damages for alleged wrongful discharge from 
empToyme&i as a Messenger in Department of 
Public Works, ^5,000. 

Summons only served. 

Damages for personal injuries by falling dowik 
cellar of No. 88 East zz3th St., on Sept. ax» 
>895, $T,ooo. 

Damages for loss of services of plaintiff's son 
George A. Denison, $1,000. 

Summons only served. 

Damages for alleged personal injuries at Pier 6sp 

East river, April 9, Z883, $15,000. 
To recover interest on certain requisitions under 

Hackley's street cleaning contract, I953.90. 
Summons only served. 



Damages for personal injuries by being crushed 
under a block of stone on quarry on Black- 
well's Island, Aug. 35, Z896, $25,000. 

To foreclose mortgage. 



Summons only served. 



For return of certain oil paintings taken from 
premises No. 166 Madison ave., on April 3o» 
1888, and for damages in $1,000, for detention 
thereof. 

To foreclose lien for materials furnished under 
contract of defendant Connolly for building 
sewer in 10th ave., from 89th to 92d St., $433.37* 

Summons only served. 



To foreclose lien for materials furnished under 
contract of James J. Levins, for regulating, 
etc., i89ch St., from Amsterdam to WadsworSi 
ave., $600.72. 

For resurfacing the roadvrav of the Boulevard, 
from zxQth st. to the cable railroad on Man- 
hattan 5t., $z, 504.50. 

Summons with notice for $34.75 served. 



For extra work as Detailed Custodian in Incum- 
brance Yard No. 2 of Street Cleaning Depart- 
ment, from Nov. 13, 1895, to Oct. 30, z897, 

$549- 
For possession of premises known as the Jay st. 
Basin at foot of Jay St., North river, and south- 
erly half of Pier at the foot of Harrison st.» 
North river. 



To foreclose a mortgage. 



To foreclose mortgage on certain property in 
33d Ward. 



Summons only served. 



For difference in wages as Mason in Park De- 
partment, bet. $4 and $3.50 per day^ i" 



20 



Schedule i — Suits against the City, etc. 



Court. 



Supreme . . . 



«( 



(( 



«( 



«( 



« 



(< 



Surrogates' , 
Supreme . . , 



<i 



4t 



«« 



4« 



«< 



City 

Supreme . 



«i 



«< 



4t 



41 



44 



4( 



44 



44 



4< 



44 



Folio, j Commenced. 



46 359 : Sept. 5, 1894 



38 34a Fek as. 1889 



Title of Action. 



5a 44« 

56 392 

9 596 

47 4x« 



Dec. 31, 1896 

" 7. 1897 

" a3,x86s 

Apr. I, Z895 



Dolan, James F., v«. The 
Mavor, etc , Herman 
Hafker and Christopher 
Hollwcdel 



Dolan,J«hnJ. 



5a 345 Dec. 7, 1896 

45 2 I July 28, 1893 

I 

52 68 I Sept. Z3, 1896 

53 37<» J Apr. 20, 1897 



45 269 

45 268 

45 aSg 

38 143 



Jan. 8, 1894 
•• 8, «• 



44 



8. 



« 



Oct. 97, t888 



56 366 Dec. 2, 1897 



56 393 
52 326 
32 22 

48 423 

57 76 
50 zo 

49 167 
48 274 

48 27s 

48 328 

52 396 

41 250 

57 77 

47 352 



Nov. 9, 1896 
Sept. 6, 1884 

Oct. IS, 189s 
Dec. 31, 1897 
Apr. z6, Z896 

Dec. 24, 1895 
Aug. z6, " 

" z6, *• 
Sept. T3, ** 
Dec. 23, Z896 

June zz, Z891 
Dec. 31, 1897 
Mar. 25, Z895 



Dolan, Peter 

Dolan, Peter J.... 
Donaldson, James. 



Donihee, Delia Irene, vs. 
Darius G. Crosby and The 
Mayor, etc 

Donnelly, Henry H 



Donnelly, James. 



Donneliy, Mary (Matter of 

estate of) 

Donohue, Annie 



Donohue.John . 



Donohue, John, Jr., an inCuit, 
by John Donohue, guard- 
ian ad litem 

Donohue, Mary 



Donovan, John No. a. 



Donovan, Timothy, vs. The 
Mayor, etc., James H.Sul- 
livan, et al 

Donovan, William J 



Dorfm%n, Bamett vs. Patrick 

J.Callahan 

Dorland, Jane A 



Dougherty, Daniel . 
Douglas, Benjamin 
Dowling, John W. 



Dowling, Michael . 



Dowling, Michael J , 

do 
do 



Doyle, David A., vs. The 
Mayor, etc.. The Commis- 
sioner of Public Works 
et al 

Doyle, Thomas A 



Draper, M.A. P., as admin- 
istrator of Courtlandt Pal- 
mer, deceased 

Drennan, William, vs. The 
Mayor, etc., William J. 
Martin et al 



Natube op Action. 



To forediie lien for mnite and blue atoae fiir- 
niahcd defendants Hafliw & Hollwadtl and 
ased io the erection of book and ladder boost 
at No. 1Z7 East 98th st, and engine-booae at 
No. z 840 Park avenue, |7aa.a5 

Salary as laHXCtor of Maaonry, employed by 
Aqueduct CommissioB, from Jose z6, z888, to 
January 91. i8i9, I676. 

For extra pay as Hostler in the Street Cleamof 
Department, $70. 

For clifference in wages as Painter in Park De- 
partment, bet.|4 and $3. 50 per day, $3a.5a 

Upon a requisition under Hackley contract, 
|iz,6s«. 

To foreclose a mortgage. 



For balance of salary as Inq^ector of Buildingt, 

I48.80. 
Salary as Foreman in the Department <^ Public 

Parks, from July Z7, 189Z, to Marcb 17, 1893, 

at 1 100 per month, $z.qoo. 
For distzibution of funds of estate now in bands 

of Comptroller. 
For value of certain building and broken stone 

lying at Bathgate ave. and Z77tb st,, in April, 

Z896, alteg^ to have been appropriated by the 

City, $i,z29.o5. 
For loss of services oi John Donohue, Jr., |a,ooo. 



Damages for personal injuries from being run 
over by Fu'e Department repair truck, NoTeni< 
ber 8, Z893, at Madison ave. and xad st.,iio,ooo. 

Damages for personal injuries alleged to have 
been received December z6, 1893, by Cslling 
on defective sidewalk at No. 386 Bleedcer 

St., $2,CMX}. 

To have assessment for 67th st. sewer, between 
oth and zoth aves, on Ward Nos. 33, 33 and a^ 
Block Z57, declared void and to recover back 
amount paid therefor, $94.30. 

For amount assigned to plaintiflT by James H. 
Sulliviui from amount of judgment obtained 
by Sullivan against The Ms^or, etc., f zo.ooa 

For difference in wages as Mason in Park De- 
partment, bet. ii and Is-So per day, I37. 

Damages for assault and battery, Nov. i, 1896, 
$z,ooo. 

To recover back excess of assessment for Broad- 
way widening, and to restrain collecticm of 
assessments. 

Salary as Section Foreman in Department oi 
Street Cleaning for April, 1895, $83.33. 

Summons only served. 

Damages for personal injuries caused by loose 
flag-stone on sidewalk on West a^d at., bet. 
7th and 8th aves., Sept. Z4, Z895, |z,ooo. 

Summons with notice served. 

Damages for personal injuries alleged to have 
been received janu3ry z6, Z895, by falling into 
a hole in stable of Street Cleaning Department 
in Z2th St., $3,000. 

Salary for month of April, 1895, as Section Fore* 
man in Street Cleaning Department, $83.33. 

Summons only served. 

do 



Salary as Deputy Keeper at Penitentiary on 
Blackwell's Island, at $65 per annum, from 
May 27, z88o, to June zo, Z89Z, $6,879.z7. 

Summons only served. 



To foreclose lien for work performed under 
contract of defendant Martin, to regulate, etc., 
z68th St., from Amsterdam ave. to Kmgsbridge 
road, $73.38. 



21 



Schedule i — Suits against the City, etc. 



Court. 



Supreme ... 



« 



«( 



<< 



M 



U. S. Circuit 



Supreme.... 



«( 



«< 



4( 
4( 



<« 



• • • 



« 



«i 



4( 



M 



« 



Regis- 
ter 
Folio. 



44 7a 



43 ao4 



4 a 204 



43 304 



43 304 



3X ISO 

46 337 

46 351 

53 338 

44 lox 

39 m6 

40 446 
49 65 

36 508 

56 393 

56 394 

43 355 



4X 373 
48 394 



49 32 



50 X44 



50 X45 



57 161 



Whbn 
commbncbd. 



Dec. 37, X892 



Sept. 30, 1891 



" 30. " 



" 30. •• 



" 30, " 



Jan. 7, x834 



Aug. X4, X894 



24» 



Nov. xo, 1896 



Jan. X3, 1893 



Sept. 7, 18S9 

Jan. 5, 1891 
Nov. 13, 1895 



Sept. 3x, X887 



Dec. 7, X897 



Sept. X, X892 



June XX, X89X 
Oct. 3, X695 



" 31. " 



June 9, 1896 



" 9, « 



Dec. 3x, 1897 



Title of Action. 



Drumrnood, Minnie, as ad- 
ministratrix of Robert 
Dnuamond, deceased 

Dry Dock Savinss Institution 

Srhe) vs. Lorenz Weiher, 
ernard F. Martin, as 
Commissioner of Jurors ot 
the City of New York, et 
al., No. I 

Dry Dock Savings Institution 
(rhe) vs. Lorenz Weiher, 
Bernard F.Martin, as Com- 
missioner of Jurors of the 
City of New York, et al., 
No. 3 

Dry Dock Savings Institution 
(The) vs. Lorenz Weiher, 
Bernard F. Martin, as Com 
missior.er of Jurors of the 
City of New York, et ai., 
N0.3 

Dry Dock Savings Institution 
(The) vs. Lorenz Weiher, 
Bernard F. Martin, as Com 
missioner of Jurors of the 
City of New Yoric, et al., 
No. 4 

Du Bois, John, vs. The 
Mayor, etc.. The City ol 
Brooklyn, and Trustees of 
the New York and Brook- 
lyn Bridge 

Ducato, Sebastian, vs. John 
F. McAndrews 

Ducker, Rachel 



Nature of action. 



For damages by reason of death of plaintiff's 
intestate, resulting from falling over baluster 
Ninth Precinct Police Station, No. 9, 



in 



Charles St., on June 9, X893, $5,000. 
To foreclose a mortgage. 



do 



do 



Duffy, Edward A. 



Duffy, John. 



Dugan, William, vs. Patrick 
Byrnes 

Duke, John 

Dumois, Hipolito, Simon 
Dumois, Joseph P. Monez 
and Pedro J. Monez 



Dun, Robert G. 



Duncan, Richard. 
Dunn, Charles.... 



do 



Dunning, Edgar F., vs. Mar- 
garet McKenna, Patrick 
McKenna,The Mayor, etc., 
of the City of New York 
etal 

Duryee, Joseph W 

Dwyer, Thomas 



do 



Dwyer, Thomas, vs. The 
Board of Eklucation 



Dwyer, Thomas, vs. The 
Board of Education 



Dyckman, Susan. 



Infringement, improvement in building bridge 
piers. 



Damages for alleged false arrest and imprison- 
ment on March 35. x8^4, $5,000. 

Damages for personal mjuries alleged to have 
been sustained by falling on snow and ice at 
comer of Rivington and Ridge sts. on Feb- 
ruary 37, X894, $500. 

Damages for personal injuries from falling from 
bicvcle caused by hole in pavement of East 
4otn St., bet. Park and Madison aves., on Aug. 
x6, 1896, $15,000. 

Damages for alleged personal injtuies resulting 
from falling on defective sidewalk on the 
northerly side of aoth st., between xoth and 
xith aves., on November x, 1893, |xo,ooo. 

Damages for alleged false arrest, September 3, 
1889, $xo,ooo. 

Summons with notice for $318.36 served. 

Damages to easterly half of Pier 13, East river, 
used as a dumping board by Street Cleaning 
Department, between January x, X89X, and 
January x, 1894. 

To have assessment for sewer in i^jth st. and 
8th ave. and 145th St., from St. Nicholas ave. 
to Harlem river, on Ward Nos. 5 to 35, Block 
xo^^, declared void and to recover back amount 
paid therefor, $408.10. 

For difference in wages as Mason in Park De- 
partment, bet. $4 and $3. so per day, $65.32. 

For difference in wages as Carpenter in Park 
Department, bet. $4 and $3.50 per day, $34.50. 

To foreclose a mortgage, dated February 38, 
X890, executed by the defendants McKenna. 



Summons only served. 

Balance claimed to be due under contract for 

repairing and protecting foundation and 

masonry of Battery sea-wall, $338. 
For balance due on contract for constructing 

boiler-house and engine-room for Metropolitan 

Museum of Art in Central Park, $5,854.94. 
For extra work performed in the erection of 

new school building at 93d st. and Amsterdam 

ave. in 1890, $3,338.33. 
For extra work performed in the erection of 

school building at comer of x57th st. and 

Courtlandt ave. in 1890, $3,635. 
Summons only served. 



22 



Schedule i — Suits against the City, etc. 



Court. 



Supreme ... 



*t 



*i 



4< 



4« 
«• 
t4 



«« 



<l 



«( 



«< 



«• 



«< 



«« 



«< 



<( 



• • t 

. . 
... 






Regis- 

TBR 

Folio. 



55 
55 
39 



77 
284 

86 



50 

36 



07 



369 



36 370 



57 



78 

329 

79 



57 80 



4X 
38 



56 
39 

55 
48 

41 
41 
47 



274 
123 



144 
183 



X70 
3x2 

275 
276 
132 



35 376 



35 377 



When 
Commenced. 



May 37, " 

July 33, " 
" 24,1889 



Mar. 5, 1896 



Aug. 3, 1887 



« a, " 



Dec. 31, 1897 
Sept. 13, 1895 
Dec. 31, 1897 



" 3X, " 



June zi, 1891 
Sept. 29, 1888 



Oct. Z9, 1897 
" 14, 1889 

June 39, 1897 
Sept. 6, Z895 
June xz, 189Z 



" XX. " 



Oct. 20, X893 



Mar. 34, 1887 



" 24. " 



City. 



42 


348 


Dec. 


5. 189X 


52 


54 


Sept. 


g, 1896 


48 


373 


(< 


24i 1895 


39 


46X 


Mar. 


so, 1889 


49 


359 


Feb. 


28, X896 



Title of Action. 



Eagan, John . 



Castchester Electric Co . 



East River Electric-light 
Co. vs. Hugh J. Grant, a» 
Mayor, etc., Jacob Hess ct 
al., constituting the Board 
of Electrical Control, and 
Thomas F. Gilroy, as Com- 
missioner of Public Worics 
et al 

Ebert, Morns, vs. Edwin H. 
Mosher and The Mayor, 
etc 

Eblin^, Philip, and William 
Ebhng, No. x 

Eblin^, Philip, and William 
Ebhng, No. 2 

F^gar, Eliza L 

Egan, Frank W 

Ehrmann, Ernest, as trustee 
of the estate of Jacob 
Scholle, deceased 

Ehrmann, Ernest, as trustee 
of the esute of Jacob 
Scholle, deceased 

Eidlitz, Leopold 

Eifert, Emma 

Elebash, Clarence S 

Electric Power Co. vs. The 
Mayor, etc., of New York, 
and the Board of Electrical 
Control of the City of New 
York 

Ellcctrozone Co 

Ellis, Matthew 

Ely, Ambrose K..., 

Ely, Smith, Jr 

Emigrant Industrial Savings 
Bank vs. Heman Clark, 
Margaret Clark, The 
Mayor,etc., of the City of 
New York et al 

Emmet, Anne F., trustee, 
No.i 

Emmet, Anne F., trustee. 

No. 2 

Cmra, John N., vs. Hugh J. 
Grant, as Mayor of the City 
of New York, et al 

E. M. Van Tassel Elevating 
Co 

Engle, Moses, and Edmund 
R. Morgan, vs. The Mayor, 
etc., Thomas Barry, et al. 

Eagler, Anton 

Ennis, Andrew vs. William 
Dudley 



Nature op Actiok, 



For salary as Assistant Engineer of lath R^- 
ment Armory, from Nov. 24 to Dec. 31, i9g6, 

1 15a* 

To recover amount due for furnishing lamps and 

lights to the Village of Williamsbridge, firom 
June 6 to Dec. x, X895, |x,o64.63. 
To restrain cutting down plamtiflTs wires and 
poles in 6th ave., south of X4th St., until 
suitable subways shall have been provided. 



To foreclose mechanics' lien, $548.25 



To have assessment for 95th and 98th st. sewers, 
bctwetH xst and 3d aves., on Ward Nos. 6 
and 7, Block 298. declared void and to recover 
back amount paid therefor. #35.08. 

To have assessment for xo6th st. sewer, between 
Harlem river and 5th ave., on Ward Nos. 6 
and 7, Block 398, declared void and to recover 
back airount paid therefor, $37.55. 

Summons only served, 
do 
do 



do 



do 
Damages for alleged personal injuries resulting 

from falling on ice on crosswalk at Bowery and 

Canal St., January 26, x888, $xo.ooo. 
For services as Commissioner to inquire into the 

sanity of Abraham Nannes, |z5o. 
To restrain removing, cutting, shutting off 01 

interfering with wire, etc., of plaintiff. 



For amount due for furnishing supplies to Board 

of Health for a disinfectant plant on Canal st., 

North river, $724.55. 
For interest accrued on plaintiff's claim of $J,oy>, 

for supplies furnished the City Prison in Z885, 

from Jan. i, 1886, to date, $636 60. 
Summons only served. 

do 

To foreclose a mortgage. 



To have assessment for 8th ave. sewer, between 
92d and zo5thsts.,on Ward No. 33, Block 9xz» 
declared void and to recover back amount paid 
therefor, $185.21. 

To have assessment for sewer in Boulevard, 98th 
St. to 9th ave , and looth st., from 96th st. to 8th 
ave., on Ward Nos. 40 and 41, Block 1x43, de- 
clared void and to recover back amount paid 
therefor, $x85.2i. 

To restrain execution of a contract for printing 
the Citv Record. 

For value of certain wharf property on North 
river, now leased to Pennsylvania Railroad 
Company, $30,000. 

Summons and notice served. 



For salary as Laborer on street repairs in De» 
partmcnt of Public Works, between June 4 and 
September x8, X889, $z8o. 

Damages for assault and battery on Dec. 9, 
X895, $2,000. 



23 



Schedule i — Suits against the City, etc. 



Court. 



Supreme . . . 



•( 



U. S. Circuit 



Supreme . . . 



«< 



Regis- 
ter 
Folio. 



56 418 



43 339 



37 3*7 

49 168 

S3 33a 

57 >44 

55 455 

4S an 



56 476 



When 
Commenced. 



Dec. 8, 1897 
Aug. 13, 1893 

Mar. as, x888 



Dec. 34, Z895 
Apr. 6, 1897 



Dec. 31, •• 
Oct. 4, " 
July 6, 1894 



Title of Action. 



Nature of Action. 



Epsicopo, Henry A., vs. The To foreclose lien under contract for building 
Mavor, etc., James P. sewers in 33d and a4th Wards, $5,371.69. 
Armbni^t. et al 

Cpstem, Mary 







44 225 


n 




48 304 


*t 




5a 206 


4( 




45 342 


«( 




29 347 


«« 

1 




31 814 


U.S.Dist 




45 318 


Supreme 




44 227 


<« 




56 394 


4* 




43 133 


4* 




27 3" 


4* 




44 336 


(( 




48 33 


(< 




47 77 


«< 




56 395 


<( 




56 339 


■ 




42 394 



Dec. 3z, 1897 

Apr. 32, i8')3 
Aug. 30, 1895 

Nov. 3, 1896 

Feb. 7, 1894 

Jan. 9, 1883 

Mar. 6. 1884 

Jan. 31, 1894 

Apr. 33, 1893 
Dec. 7, 1897 
Apr. 13, 1893 

June 30, 1881 

Apr. 33. 1893 
May 8, 1895 

Nov. 30, 1894 
Dec. 7, 1897 






For interest oa an award made for premises No. 
Z16 Hester st., taken f*r school site, |z;36, and 
for return of moneys expended inaltcrmg and 
protecting the property, $4,163.40. Total, 
$4,399.40. 
Equitable Electric Co. vs. The Damages for infringement of patent in system 
Herzog Teleseme Co. and of public police signaling in New York City. 

Mayor, etc 

Equiuble Gas-light Co Summons only served. 

Equitable Life Assurance I'o recover amount of assessments paid for 

Society sewers m 79th and 88th sts., bet. 4th and 5th 

aves., $675.3 1. 
Equitable Life Assurance Summons only served. 
Society of the United j 

States ' 

Erickson, Ernst, an infant, by Damages for personal injuries received on 35th 
Ole Erickson. his guardian st., bet. 2d and 3d aves., $.jo,ooo. 

ad litem ' 

Ericson, Anna, vs. James J. Damages for alleged false arrest and imprison- 
Savage and James Waters, ment on March 6, 1894, $xo,ooo. 
the name James bemg ficti- 
tious, the real first name of| 
the defendant Waters being 

unknown to plaintifi \ 

Errington, Franklin A., vs. To foreclose lien under contract of defendants 
The Mayor, etc., the Board. Barry & Ryan for building Mosholu Parkway 
of Education, David Barry, | school-house, fi.ooo. 

Patrick Ryan, et al ! 

Essex Savings Bank Summons only served. 

! * 

Essig, Jacob, vs. The Mayor, To foreclose lien under contract of defendant 
etc., John F.Johnson, et al.; Johnson for erection of armory on Madison 

I ave., between Q4th and 95th sts., $125 
Ettlinger, Louis, Matter of. . For awards maue on Parcels Nos 4, 5 and zo, 

in the matter of Mosholu parkway'scnool site, 
$1,464. 

Eustace, Esther To recover amount of assessment paid for Morns 

ave. regulating, etc., from Z38th to Z55th st., 
$450. 

Everard, James ' Damages for extra work performed on contract 

for regulating, etc., Z9th St., from zoth to 13th 
ave., $2,636.50. 

do Balance claimed to be due on account of contract 

for laying water-mains in Jerome avenue, 
$3,560.67. 

Evertson, William F iDamagcs to canal-boat " John C. Orr," on 

September 6, 1890, at Piers 37 and 38, North 
river, by reason of sunken spile. 
County Savings Summons only served. 



« 



30, z$9z 



Fairfield 
Bank. 
Fantry, Thomas F 



Farley, Patrick, as adminis- 
trator of the goods, chattels 
and credits and effects ot 
EliiaM. V.Farley 

Farmers' Loan and Trust Co., 
with the will annexed of 
William Kennelly, de- 
ceased 

Farmington Savings Bank. . . 



Farrell, Bridget. 



Farrell, Florence, vs. The 
Mayor, etc., and Artkur 
Blue 



Farrell, James . . . 
Farrell, Patrick. 

Farrell, Thomas . 



For difference in wages as Mason in Park De- 
partment, bet. $4 and $3.50 per day, $90.06. 

That assessment for regulating, grading, etc., 67th 
St., from 8th ave. to Hudson river, on Ward 
Nos. 3<, 26, 37 and a8. Block 3^8, in the 3ad 
Ward, be vacated and that plaintiff recover 
back the amount paid therefor, $1,033.43. 

To recover back amount of assessment for 66th 
St. outlet sewer, with branches, on Ward 
Nos. 37, 38, 37 and 38, Block zo8, and on 
Ward Nos. ax, 33, 33 and 34, Block 109, 

$4,904- 
Summons only served. 

Damages for personal injuries received by 
falling on sidewalk in Livingston place, near 
z6th St., $zo,ooo. 

Damages for personal injuries received by fall- 
ing on defective sidewalk,* December Z5, 
1893, al southwest comer of 3d ave. and 
xitn St., $10,000. 

For difference in wages as Carpenter in Park 
Department, bet. $4 and $3.50 per day, $zo.25. 

For balance of salary as Overseer of the Poor of 
the Town of Westchester from Apr., 1894, to 
June 6, 1895, $195.08. 

For balance of salary as Laborer in the Depart- 
ment of Pubhc Worics betwee* 
1889, and July 30, Z889, $i6e. • 



24 



Schedule i— Suits against the City etc. 



Court. 



Supreme 



4( 



<( 



f« 



«< 



tt 



•( 



(< 



4( 



(« 



«< 



«< 



(< 



« 



«l 



(( 



« 



Regis- 
ter 
Folio. 



City 

Supreme . . . 



(I 



57 163 

56 xoo 

49 "70 

57 82 

45 343 

49 437 

56 230 

56 231 

56 231 

56 232 

56 232 

56" 233 

56 233 

56 234 

56 234 

56 235 
42 313 

57 90 

42 250 

55 149 

45 267 

43 38 



48 297 
56 258 

44 270 



When 

Commenced. 



Dec. 3T, 1897 

Oct. 6, " 

Dec. 24, 1895 
" 31.1897 

Feb. 7, 1894 
Apr. 7, 1896 

Nov. 8, 1897 



<< 



«< 



t$ 



8, 

8. 

8. 

8, 
8, 



4( 



8. 

8, 

8, 

" 8, 

Nov. 20, 1891 

Dec. 31, 1897 

Oct. 16, 189T 

June 22, 1897 
Jan. S, 1894 

Feb. 16, 1892 



Aug. 27, i8q5 
Nov. 15, 1897 

May X3, 1893 



Title of Action. 



Farrington, William G., as 
administrator, of Louise 
Farrington, deceased 

Fay, Mary 



Faye, James J., et al., exec- 
utor, etc., of T. Faye 

Fearing, D. B., and E, N. 
Tailer, as executors, etc., 
of D. B. Fearing, deceased. 

Fcllernan, Henry, and Meta 
Fellerman 

Ferguson, James A., vs. 
Ashbel P. Fitch, as Comp- 
troller, and People's Trac- 
tion Co 

Ferris, Clairborne 



Nature of Action. 



do 

do 

do 

do 
do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

Ferry, Mary A. 



Field, C. DePeyster, as 
executor, etc., of A. Gordon 
Hammersley, deceased. . . , 

Field, David Dudley 



Findlay, Thos. S., vs. The 

Mayor, etc., et al 

Finrgan, Austin 



Finn, Jerome, vs. Richard 
Kelly, Lewis H. Hornthal, 
Jeremiah Fitzpatrick, W. 
Harris Roome and Joseph 
W. Fettrecht, as trustees 
for public schools of the 
iQth Ward of the City of 
New York 

Finnerty, John 



Summons only served. 



Damages lor death of plaintiff's husband, Ber* 
nard Fay, by falling on Third Avenue Bridge* 
over Harlem river, in Nov., 1896, 195,000. 

Summons only served. 

do 



To recover amount of assessment paid for 

Morris avc., regulating, etc., from 138th to 

155th St., $407.63. 
To restrain Comptroller from awarding People's 

Traction Co. franchise for operating surkice 

railroad. 

To recover amount of assessment paid for 
Willett St. paving, bet. Grand and Rivington 
sts., $393.65. 

'To recover amount of assessment paid ior paving 
125th St., bet. Harlem river and Mannattaa 
St., $49.80. 

To recover amount of assessment paid for regu- 
lating, etc., Boulevard, bet. 59th and x55th 
sts., $2,584.05. 

To recover amount of assessment paid for regu- 
lating, etc., Manhattan st., bet. St. Nicholas 
and i2th aves., $79 65. 

To recover amount oi assessment paid for Boule- 
vard sewers, bet. zc6th and Z53d sts., $9x8.^ 

To recover amount of assessment paid for pavu^ 
Lawrence St., bet. 9th ave. and Boulevar<^ 
$448. 

To recover amount of assessment paid for flag- 
ging Lawrence St., bet. 126th and z39th sts., 

$313-50. 
To recover amount of assessment paid for Boule- 
vard tree planting, bet. 59th and X55th sts., 

$98.95. 
To recover amount of assessment paid for za5th 

St. paving, btt. Harlem river and Manhattan 

St., $450 85. 
To recover amount of assessment paid for Man- 
hattan St., regulating, etc., bet. St. Nicholas 

and Z2th aves., $1,139. 90. 
Damages for alleged personal injuries resulting 

from falling on wharf at foot ef Dey street 

on July 25, 189Z, $20,000. 
Summons only served. 



To recover back amount of taxes paid in Z885, 

1886, 1887 and 1888, on property within the 

lines of High Bridge Park, $2,878.30. 
To foreclose lien under contract for building 

Fourth Street School-house, $z,oz8.37. 
To recover back amount paid at tax sale for 

Ward No. 1968, Block 209, in November, 

1866, $534-26. 
Balance alleged to be due for excavating, etc., 

for school site at the northwest corner of East 

51st St. and xst ave., $9,365.58. 



Finnerty, John. 



Finney, C. H., John H. Fin- 
ney, Edward P. Finney, vs. 
Robert B. Brown, David F. 
Gibb, The Board of School 
Trustees of the Eleventh 
Ward, The Mayor, etc., of 
the City of New York, and 
Adam Boehm, a claimant.. 



Summons with notice for $126.77 served. 

For extra services as Driver in Street Cleaning 
Department and for amount of back salary 
due, $62.90. 

To foreclose lien for labor performed under 
contract of David F. Gibb for repairs, etc., 
to Primary School Building No. 5, $240. 



25 



Schedule i— Suits against the City, etc. 



Court. 



Supreme ... 



4( 



«( 



U. S. Circuit 



Supreme . . . 



*< 



«* 



<< 
<• 



<< 



it 



(( 



(f 



4< 



<( 



t< 



Regis- 
ter 
Folio. 



50 33 

45 332 

33 469 

53 loi 

49 302 

55 18 

52 391 

47 46 

41 277 

42 262 

56 443 

49 43 

57 81 
57 84 
53 4M 

49 "8 

49 i^ 
56 395 

55 380 

56 X5X 
55 218 

52 440 

50 126 
42 426 



42 427 



47 3M 



32 96 



53 253 



52 37 



When 
Commenced. 



Apr. 21, 1896 

Feb. 6, 1894 

Apr. 6, 1886 

Feb. 3, 1897 

Jan. 2, 1896 

May 14, 1897 

Dec. 17, 1896 
Nov. 14, 1894 

June xi^ 189X 

Oct. 24, •* 
Dec. 10, 1897 

Oct. 31, 1895 

Dec. 31, 1897 

J* 3'' " 
May 3, '• 

De:. 4, 1895 



" 24, " 



" 7, 1897 
Aug. 27, " 

Oct. 21, '* 

July 12, ** 

Dec. 31, 1896 
June 3, •* 
Jan. 13, 1892 



•• 13. " 



Title of Action. 



Finnegan, Mary. 



Finnigan, Margaret, 



Fire Department of the City 
of New York vs. Mayor, 
etc., et al 

Fish, Latham A 



Fisher, Charles A . 



Fisher, Irvine R., George W. 
Davis and Nathaniel 
Fisher 

Fisher, William H 



Mar. 21, i8q5 
Oct. 4, 1884 
Mar. x8, 1897 
Sept. 3, 1896 



FishI, Joseph, vs. John F. 
Harriot, as Property Clerk, 
etc., and John B. Sexton, as 
Sheriff, etc 

Fiske. Josiah M., as execu- 
tor, etc., of William T 
Blodgett, deceased 

Fitch, Allen 



Fitzgerald, Edward. 



Fitzgerald, John J. (Matter 

of) 

Fitzgerald, Mary Ann..... 

do 

Fitzgerald, William G 



Fitzpatrick, Frank, by 
Thomas Fitzpatrick, his 
guardian art litem 

Fitzpatrick, James 



Fitzsimmons, Simon 
Flack, George F.... 



Flaherty, Marie K. (Matter 

of) 

Flannagan, John 



Flanagan, Lawrence. . , 
Flannagan, Lawrence. 



Fleckner, John, Sr., vs. The 
Mayor, etc., of New York, 
and the Board of Fire Com 
missioaers of the City of 
New York 

Fleckner, John,Sr., as guard 
ian ad litem of John Fleck 
ner, Jr., vs. The Mayor, 
etc., of New York, and the 
Board of Fire Commission- 
ers of the City of New 
York 

Flewellin, Nathaniel D 



Nature of Action. 



Flint, George C, tt al. 



Flyim, James. 



Flyim, Joseph A. 



Damages for personal injuries alleged to have 
been received Dec. 22, 1895, by falling on 
sidewalk opposite No. X35 West 37th St., 
^5,000. 

Damages for personal injuries alleged to have 
been received at the crosswalk at the north- 
east comer of 9th ave. and West aoth St., 
by falling on ice on February 6, 1893, $10,000. 

To restrain use and occupation of building at 
pierfootof 57th St., North river, pending re- 
moval of bwlding law violation. 

To compel si>ecific performance of contract to 
purchase certain premises at northeast cor. of 
Convent ave. and 139th st. 

Assignee of various members of the so-called 
Wolf Board of Aldermen, for salary in 1889 
and 1890, $54,000. 

To recover amount due for metchandise sold 
bet. Aug. 17 and Dec. 30, 1896, $430. 

Balance of salary as Inspector in Department of 

Buildings, $23.21. 
Action in replevin for possession of 52 cases of 

shoes. 



Summons only served. 



For professional services rendered to the City 

April ij, 13 and 14, 189X, $50. 
To recover balance of wages for services in 

Street Cleaning Department, bet. Jan. xo, 

X896, and Jan. 10, 1897, $165. 
For an award made on Parcel No. 15 in matter 

of Washington Bridge approaches, $4,500. 
Summons only served. 

do 
For salary as Leveler, from Dec. 2, X889, to Jan. 

X. 1897, $2,400. 
Damages for personal iniuries caused by frame 

of a street lamp at Southern Boulevard falling 

on the plaintiff May 6, 1895, $2,000. 
Summons with notice servedf. 

For difference in wages as Carpenter in Park 
Department, bet. $4 and 3.50 per day, $24.50. 

For Stenographer's services in Court of General 
Sessions, $1,044.42. 

To compel the Register for the City and County 
of New York to cancel a certain mortgage. 

Amount due under contract for clearing ground 
and cutting timber on premises to be used for 
Reservoir " D," $18,485. 

For services as Inspector of Sewers, in the Vil- 
lage of Williamsbndge, $750. 

Summons with notice for $315 served. 

Damages for alleged personal injuries from 
falling in open manhole in front of No. 99 
Wo»ster street on February 21, X89X, $3,000. 

Damages for alleged injuries sustained by John 
Fleckner Jr., by felling in open manhole in 
front of No. 99 Wooster street February a 1, 

189X, $XO,OI)0. 



For services cleaning barn-yard, moving poul- 
try-house, furnishing x6o loads of stone for 
ditch, etc., in April and July, X893, $126.50. 

Toiecovcr back excess of assessment paid iot 
Boulevard sewers, on Ward Nos. 29 to 36, 
Block 907, Twelfth Ward, $155. 

For services as Keeper and as Blacksmith on 
Blackwell's Island, from Feb. i, 1890, to Oct. 
31, 1895, $8,261. 

Balance claimed to be due under contract for 
regulating, etc., xsist St., from Bradhur**- 
avenue to Harlem river, $^^1>V^* 



26 



Schedule i— Suits against the City, etc 



COUKT. 



! Regis- 
ter 
Folio. 



Sopreme . . . 



«< 



4* 



4( 



«« 



«< 



*t 



4( 



«< 



«« 
«4 



<l 



(( 



<l 



52 36 



. .. 46 183 



40 480 



48 2 



49 350 



52 351 



47 286 



50 127 

S3 230 

56 337 

56 396 

35 235 



• • • 1 52 359 

57 20 
...39 3S3 



41 278 
S3 392 



55 3 



52 7 

48 330 

48 lOX 

52 439 

44 81 

38 68 



Whem 
Commenced. 



Sept. a, 1896 
June x8, 1894 

Jan. 23, 1891 

Apr. 26, 1895 
Feb. 25, 1896 



Dec. 3, •« 



Feb. 26, 1895 



June 3, i8o6 
Mar. 13, 1897 
Nov. 27, *' 
Dec. 7, '• 
Feb. 21, 1887 

Dec. 9. 1S96 

" 3i»i897 
Feb. 13, 189c 

June II, 1891 
Apr. 23, 1897 



May 8, 



Aug. 28, 1896 
Sept. 13, X895 
June 15, " 

Dec. 31, 1896 
" 28, 1892 

Aug. z, z888 



TrrLE OF Action, 



Flynn, Joseph A 

Foley, Ann A., vs. Charles 
Phelps 

Foley, Arthur M., vs. Charles 
Boos et al 

Fong, Chu, vs. John F. 
Higgins 

Fong, Chu, Yet Ching and 
Ham Yee, suing on behalf 
of themselves and The 
Chinese Concert Co., etc., 
vs. The Board of Polce 
Commissioners, etc 

Foote, Thomas M., as 
trustee, etc., of Jerome 
Park Railway Co., etc., vs. 
Jerome Park Railway Co. 
and The Mayor, etc., of the 
City of New York 

Ford, David W., vs. The 
Mayor, etc., John Ellard 
and Thomas Hickey, etc. . . 

Ford, James 

do 

Fordham, John O 

Forrest, William 

Forrester, Hiram M 

Forsch, Ferdinand (Matter 
of) 

Forschner, Charles 

Fortunato, Maicho, vs. The 
Mayor, etc., John F. Daw- 
son et al 

Forty-second Street and 
Grand Street Railroad Co. 

Forty-second Street, Man- 
hattanville and St. Nicholas 
Avenue Railroad Co. vs. 
The Metropolitan Street 
Railway Co., and The 
Mayor, etc 

Forty-second Street, Man- 
hattanville and St. Nicholas 
Avenue Railroad Co. vs. 
Metropolitan Street Rail- 
road Co., Central Park, 
North and East River Rail- 
road Co., and The Mayor, 
etc 

Foster, Caroline M 

Foster, David L 

Foster, Ed wis L 

Fowler, Edward E. . . . , 

Fox, Morris, by Joseph Fox, 
his guardian ad htem 

Fox, Thomas H., assignee 
of Catharine Gury 



Nature op Action. 



Balance claimed, to be due under contract for 
rejHilating, etc., zsad St., from Bradhurst ave. 
to Harlem river, $367.50. 

Damages for dissecting body of plaintiff's 
husband, Thomas F. Foley, May x6, 189^ 
without plaintiff's consent, at Bellevue Hoqutal, 
$10,000. 

To restraun takiag any action in resard to 
making lease of the premises No. aoa 5th ave, 
sold for unpaid taxes and water rents for years 
1879 to 1882. 

Damages for false arrest and imprisonment on 

I April 8, Z895, by defendant, a police officer, 

I $5,000. 

To restrain interference with Chinese Concert 
Co. at theatre, Nos. 5 and 7 Doyers st. 



To foreclose a certain mortgagee or deed ot trust 
executed May i, 1880. 



Damages by reason of floodinfif of plaintiff's 
cellar November 3 to zo, 189^, by tearing up 
of sewer by defendants Ellard and Hickey, 
while building sewer in Ogden ave., from Suns- 
mit ave. to Birch st., $z,ooo. 

Summons only served. 

For payment of salary as Inspector of Sewers in 
Village of Williamsbridge, $1,150. 

For rent of premises occupied by Fire Depart* 
ment at City Island, Tovm ol Pelham 41,042. 

For difference in wages as Mason in Park De- 
partment, bet. $4 and $3.50 per day, $64.50. 

To have assessment for 74tn and 93d st. under- 
ground drains, on Ward No. 2, Block 128, 
declared void and to recover back amount 
paid therefor, $27.03. 

For an award made in the matter of N'ew Parks 
and Parkways, $95.50. 

Summons only served. 

To foreclose lien for matsrials and labor fur- 
nished under contract of John F. Dawson, 
for regulating, etc.. Edgecombe ave., between 
145th St. and St. Nicholas ave., $7,84x.a5. 

Summons only served. 

,To restrain construction of railroad at zo6dist. 
and 9th ave. 



To restrain defendants from changing motive 
power on 59th st. line to under^^round trolley 
system. 



For value of land taken for approach to Ma- 
comb's Dam Bridge, $90,000. 
Summons only served. 

Balance of salary as Inspector of Masonry on 
New Aqueduct, between June 13 and Novem- 
ber 22, 1889, $630. 

For services as Inspector of Sewers, in the Vil- 
lage of Williamsbridge, $750. 

Damages for alleged personal injuries resulting 
from a collision between Fire Truck No. x8 
and ice wagon in Division st, near Clinton St., 
on September 3, 1892, $2,000. 

To recover back excess of assessment for 66th 
St. outlet sewer, on Ward Nos. 53 and 54, 
Block 152, $435.34. 



27 



Schedule i — Suits against the City, etc. 



Court. 


Regis- 
ter 
Folio. 


When 

Commenced. 


Supreme . . . 


49 


87 


Nov. 21, 1895 


• • • 


43 


363 


Sept. S, 1892 


• • • 


47 


333 


Mar. 19, 1895 


4< 

• • • 


56 


170 


Oct. 28, 1897 


<< 

• • • 


55 

1 


325 


Aug. 4, '• 


City 


47 


434 


Apr. 17, " 


Supreme . . . 


57 
45 


162 
419 


Dec. 31, *• 
Feb. 14, 1894 






4t 



«< 
** 
<( 



.•; 48 151 



• : 57 

.146 

• 57 



45 
48 



•56 

I 
• 53 

46 
42 
52 



42 
57 
41 



53 
46 
48 



164 

2 

Us 



37 92 



369 
83 



. . ! 46 61 



396 

262 

72 

293 
462 



139 

83 
279 



103 



July 8, 1895 



Dec. 31, 1897 
Mar. 7, 1894 
Dec. 31, 1897 



Nov. 30, 1887 



Feb. 8, 1894 
June 3, 1895 



Apr. iz, 1894 

Dec. 7, 1897 
Mar. 19, ** 

Apr. 17, 1894 

Nov. II, 1891 

Dec. 31, " 



Sept. 4, 1891 
Dec. 31, 1897 
June 11, 1891 



49 Jan. 21, 1897 



May 9, i$94 



I Apr. 23, x8q5 



Title of Action. 



Fox, William H., vs. John 
B. Ireland, John H. Par- 
ker, John M. Cornell and 
The Mayor, etc 

Francisco, Charles L 



Nature of Action. 



Frank, Mary ., 



Fr.mk, Morris, Israel Frank, 
Simon Frank and Tina Sil- 
verbloom vs. Louis Rosen- 
berg and The Mayor, etc. 

Frankel, Augustave, an in- 
fant, by Samuel Frankel, 
guardian ad litem 

Frankenstein, Alexander vs. 
John F. Harriot 

Fransioli Augustus C 

Frederick, Censtantine, as 
executrix, etc 

Freeman, John G., as Col- 
lector of Taxes oi the Vil- 
lage of WUliamsbri«lge, vs. 
The Village of Williaras- 
bridge, Arthur J. Mace, 
Louis B. Bodenberger, 
John W. Fin eke. and The 
Mayor, etc 

Freeman, Manning 

I^'rees, Magdalena 

French, Richard, as executor, 
etc., of Richard French, de- 
ceased 

French, Thomas Henry, vs. 
John Newton, Commis- 
sioner of Public Works, 
and John Richardson, 
Superintendent of Bureau 
of Encumbrances 

Freund, Max 

Friedlander, Yetta 



Friedman, Henry, vs. William 
Cro«s, the name William 
bein; fictitious, the defend- 
ant's real name being un- 
known to plaintiff 

Frohbessen, George 

Frost, Munson E 

Frost, Munson E., et al., 
executors of James Parent, 
deceased f Matter of) 

FuUam, Ricnard J 

Fuller, Christopher J., as 
administrator, etc., of Fred- 
erick W. Fuller 

Fulton, George H 

Furnald, Francis P 

Fumiss, Sophia R. C, Mar- 
garet E. Furniss and Jacob 
D. Vermilye, executors, 
etc., of William P. Furniss, 
deceased 

Gaffney, Edward, vs. The 
Mayor, etc., et ai 

Gaffney, Joseph 

Gall, Lena 



Damages for personal injuries by reason of the 
falling of the Ireland Building at the comer 
of Third st. and West Broadway, August 8, 
•89s, $25,000. 

Salary as Insi>ector of Masonry on the New 
Aqueduct, between November 27, 1888, and 
March 20, 1889, $480. 

Damages for personal injuries received by falling 
on sidewalk in Grand street on January a, 

To declare deed to premises No. za Norfolk St., 
a mortgage, etc. 



Summons only served. 



For possession of two single diamond earrings or 

their value, #175. 
Summons only served, 
do 

To determine to whom moneys not in plaintiff's 
hands as Collector of Taxes should be paid 
and for release of plaintiff's sureties. 



Summons only served, 
do 
do 



To restrain removal of certain bill-boards in 
front of the Grand Ope/a House, corner of 
8th ave. and 23d st. 



Summons only served. 

Damages for personal injuries resulting from 

falling on snow and ice on the easrerly side 

of Forsyth St., near Hester street, December 

28, 1894, $5,000. 
Damages for false arrest and imprisonmen 

February 22, 1894, $10,000. 



For difference in wa?es as Mason in Park De- 
partment, bet. $4 and $3.50 per day, $22.50. 

For compensation for use of plaintiff's land 
since Apr. 3, 1893, '*''en by defendant in ttie 
matter of reservoir '* A," $4,515.20. 

For an award made to James Parent, as owner 
of Parcel No. 115, in the matter of acquiring 
title to Lakes Mahopac and Kirk, $xoi. 

Balance of salary ais Inspector of Masonry on 
New Aqueduct, from July 8, 1889, to February 
II, 1890, $852. 

Damages for death of Frederick W. Fuller 
caused by being run over by cart of the Street 
Cleaning Department on West 47th si. on Jan. 
18, 1896, $50,000. 

Summons only served, 
do 
do 



Damages for personal injuries caused by the fall 
of building No. 1078 Madison ave., Sept. 26, 
1896, $2,000. 

To recover back excessive assessments paid for 
Morris ave., regulating, etc., from 138th to 
iSSth St., on Ward No. 16, Block 179'^ *<»- 

Damages for personal injuries by f**' 
sidewalk on Monroe st., between ' 
Jackson sts., on December 8, 1894 



28 



Schedule i — Suits against the City, etc. 



Court. 


Regis- 

TER 

Folio. 


Supreme . . . 


55 aaa 


t* 

• • • 


53 85 


• • • 


44 377 


• • • 


57 86 


V. S. Circuit. 


34 460 


Supreme. . . . 


3a 53 


«« 

• • • 


56 509 


• ■ • 


53 "6 


• • • 


50 388 


• • • 


43 85 


■ • • 


47 254 


• • • 


46 419 


• • • 

• • • 


57 87 
55 386 


• • • 

4i 


45 420 



«( 



«( 



City. 



Supreme . . 



«« 



55 89 

55 MI 
52 434 
41 393 

56 397 
48 379 

44 9J 

56 397 

47 391 



" ... 56 286 

42 37^* 



When 
Commenced. 



July 15, 1897 

Jan. a8. " 
May z8, 1893 

Dec. 31, 1897 
Oct. 20, i886 
Sept. 24, 1884 

Dec. 23, 1897 
Feb. Q, " 

Aug. 10, 1896 
Mar. 15, 1892 



Feb. 12, 1895 



Oct. I, 1894 



Dec. 31, i8q7 
Aug. 31, " 



Feb. 14, 1894 
Dec. 31. 1897 

June 4, " 



'♦ 21, " 



Dec. 31, XP96 
July 13, 1892 

Dec. 7, 1897 
Sept. 27, 1895 

Jan. 6, 1893 

Doc. 7, 1897 
Apr. 2, 1895 

Nov. 20, i8>7 
Dec. 16, i8yi 



Title of Action. 



Gallagher, Florence. 

Gallery, Patrick E . . 
Gallo, Joseph 



Galway, James 



Gamewell Fire-Alarni 

graph Co 

Gantz, George F 



Tele- 



Gantz, George F 

Gardiner, Elizabeth C. 



Gardner, David P., vs. Trus- 
tees of the Brooklyn Bridge, 
The Mayor, etc,, et al 



Gaivey, Andrew J 



Gasquet, Francis J., et al., 
trustees of Adeline T.Mar- 
shall, deceased, vs. James 
Gatilt. The Mayor, etc., ol 
the City of New York et al. 

Gaudioso, Bartolomeo, vs. 
1 he Mayor, etc. , and Pat- 
rick J. Keegan 



Gawtry, W. M. .. 
Gearty, James A 



Nature op Action. 



Damas^es for personal injuries by DBlIing on ice 
on sidewalk on Willis ave., bet. X34th and Z35th- 
sts., $a,coo. 

For services as Foreman and Keeper in IMack- 
well's Island Prison, 4x0.284. 

Damages tor breach of contract ^th Depart- 
ment oi Street Cleaning for trimming scows^ 
etc., $21,3x9.89. 

Summons only served. 

To restrain infringement of patetit for police and 
fire-alarm signal boxes. 

To recover back amount of assessment for 
Boulevard sewers, between xo6th and 153d 
sts. , on Ward Nos. x and a. Block z xyj, $133.17. 

To recover amount of a&stssment paid for regu- 
lating, etc., Dyckman St.. $6,513. 

To recover amount oi assessment paid for sewap» 
in 66th St., bet. zoth ave. and Boulevani, 
$672.70. 

To foreclose lien for sashes, doors, etc, fur- 
nished John Lee's Sons under a contract with 
Phcenix Bridge Co. for alterations at Bro<^- 
lyn end of the bridge, $3,000. 

That assessment for Boulevard sewers between 
zo6th and 153d sts., on Ward Nos. 44 to 47, 
Block X 194, be declared void, and to recover 
back the amount paid therefor on June z, x^, 
$X4i.62. 

To foreclose a mortgage for $x7«5oo. 



Damages for loss of services of plaintiff's infaat 
son, Nicolo Gaudioso, alleged to have been 
injured on July 2x, 1894, by reason of careless 
blasting at lot No. Z63 Axxisterdam ave., 
$x 0,000. 

Summons only served. 

For extra work and material in paving Trans- 
verse Road N o. 4, crossing Cen tral Park at 
97ih St., §10,440. 

Sumnions only served, 
do 



Geissler, Martin 

German Savings Bank in the 

City of New York 

Gibb, David F., vs. The'To foreclose lien under contract for Primary 

School No. 36, at Nos. 63 and 70 Monroe St., 
$1,303.93. 
Dama.ije lor alleefed malpractice of Surgeons at 

the Fordham Hospital, 525,000. 
To foreclose a mortgage. 



Board of Education,, 
Gibson, Joseph H 



Gilbert, Fitch, vs. Fred. Gille 
and wife, The Mayor, etc. . 

Gill, Joseph Balance of salary as Inspector of Masonry of the 

New Aqueduct, during the months of Novem- 
ber and December, 1889, andjanuaiy and Feb- 
ruarv, 1890, $410. 

Gillan, Frank jFor difference in wages as Painter in Park 

Department, bet. $4 and $3.50 per day, $43. 
Damuijes for personal injuries received by plain- 
tiff's infant child Mamie by falling in coal-hole 
in sidewiilk at southwest comer Bedford and 
Downiiig streets, June 26, 1895, $a. 



Gillen. William P. 



Gillies, John 

Gilmore, George N. 
Gilroy, Delia 

Gimmler, William . 



Giordano, Fr.incesco, Antonio 
Carangiolo, Giovanni Doci- 
nello and Liberate Ciaburro 
vs. Maicho Fortunate, Sal- 
vatore Pampinello, The 
Mayor, etc., of New York, 
tt al 



_ _ _ .000. 

For balance claimed to be due on contract of 
building wooden pier and sewer-box at the 
foot of Fulton street. North river, $3,450, and 
for damag«*s for alleged violations of said con- 
tract, $12,185 ; making a total of $15,635. 

For difference in wages as Carpenter in Park 
Department, hot. *4 and $3.50 per day, $xi. 

Damages for personal injuries received on Sep- 
tember 22, 1894. by falling on the sidewalk at 
No. 152 Willis ave., il 10,000. 

For extra work on Sundays as Sweeper in De- 
partment of Street Clenning, $31.56. 

To foreclose lien lor labor performed under con- 
tract of defendant Fortunate for building re- 
taining-wall across the foot of 5zst at., between 
April 10 and September 15, X89X, $96.78. 



29 



Schedule i — Suits against the City, etc. 



Court. 



Supreme . . . 



*« 



Rbgis- 

TER 

FoLto. 



U. S. Dist . . 



Supreme . . . 



City. 



Supreme . . . 

City ...•».. 

Supreme . . . 

Supreme 
Kmgs Co. 

Supreme . . . 
Surrogate's . 
Supreme . . . 



• • * 

• • • 



55 "8 

39 453 

55 i8o 

44 43 

53 265 

47 192 

56 392 



When 

Commenced. 



June 15, 1897 
Mar. 18. 1890 

July I, 1897 

Dec. 5, 1892 
Mar. 30, 1897 
Jan. id, 1895 

Dec. 15, 1897 



Title of Action. 



50 375 Aug. 7, 1896 



37 472 

55 153 

48 137 

55 378 

49 220 



43 433 

53 260 

48 15 

55 120 

55 324 

41 24 

57 8 

40 2S7 

57 i«^ 

50 213 

53 63 

14 84 

56 254 



57 145 
47 256 



June 14. 1888 

** 23. 1897 

" 29, 189s 

Aug. 26, 1897 

Jan. 6, 1895 

Oct. 26, 1892 

Mar. 18, 1897 

May I, 1895 

June IX, 1897 
Aug. 2, " 

Feb. 16, 1891 

Dec. 30, 1897 
Apr. 6, 1890 

Dec. 30, 1897 
July 6, 1896 

Jan. i8, 1897 

Aug. 23, 1872 
Nov. 13, 1897 



Dec. 31, " 
Feb. 12, 189s 



Giovanni, Balossone. 
Glasking, John 



Glatt, Abe. 



Gleason, William S 



Glen Cove Granite Co. vs. 
Patrick Costello, The 
Mayor, etc., et al 

Glennon, Michael 



Goldberg. Joseph vs. John 
F. Harriot, as Property 
Clerk 

Goldberg, Morris, vs. Daniel 
C. Moynihan an J Patrick J. 
Lynzh 

Goldsberry, John, vs. Henry 
J. Wingardner 

Goldberg, Henry 

Goldstein, Louis, vs. Simon 

Croter and Callman Rouse 

Gomez, Joseph B 



Nature of Action. 



To foreclose lien under contract of James J. 

Levins for regulating, etc., x89th sf., $48. 
For salary as Foreman in Department of Public 

Works, between May 27 and October xi, 

1839. I476. 
Damages for personal injuries and injuries to 

Eush cart and merchandise by being run down 
y Street Cleaning Department cart in front 
of No. 166 Orchard street, JUsso. 

Salary as Inspector of Water Meters in the 
Department of Piibhc Works, from February 
I, 1887, to the time of verdict, at $3 per day. 

To foreclose lien for balance due on the con- 
tract for paving 13th ave.. bet. 23d and a7th 
sts., $6,649.35. 

Damages by reason of collision of schooner 
" Mad Anihony " and fire-boat •' Zophar 
Mills," in North river, opposite Pier i, on 



Gordon, William, vs. William 
L. Strong, Mayor, and Ash- 
bel P. Fitch, Comptroller, 
et al 



Gore, Charles B. 



Gorman, Amelia, executrix, 
etc. , of John J. Gorman, de- 
ceased (Matter of 

Gorman, Anna 



Gott, Exlgar L., as Commit- 

I tee, etc. (Matter of' 

Gottgen. Jacob, vs. Charles 
H.T.Colliseial 



October 23, 1894, $225.61. 
Action in replevin. 



Damages for false arrest and imprisonment, 
Aug. 13, X896, |2,ooo. 

Damages for alleged assault and battery and 

faUe imprisonment. May 5, i888, $7,000. 
Summons only served. 

Action in replevin. 

* 

Damages for personal injuries sustained in front 

of No. 2x2 vV. j3d St., $i5,oco. 
To restrain carrying out agreement and contract, 

for purchase of properly and franchise of 

East River Bridge Co , and from granting 

certain privileges to the Brooklyn Elevated 

Railroad Co. 
Salary as a Leveler in the Department of Public 

Parks, at $900 per annum, from July 7, 1886, to 

July 7, 1892, $5,400. 
Judicial settlement of accounts. 



Gottsberger, Francis. 



Gould, George J., et al., exe- 
cutors of Jay Gould 

Gouvemeur, MaryM., et al.. 



G. P. Putnam Sons. 



Grace, Michael . 



Grady, Joseph, vs. The 
Mayor, etc., and the Second 
Avenue Railroad Co 

Graff, Caroline 



Graff. John C. 



do 



Graham, Mary Eliza, vs. 
Frank Reynolds and Anna 
Reynolds, his wife, and the 
New York Life Insurance 
and Trust Co., as trustee.. 



Damages for personal injuries received December 
31, 1894, by falling on the snow and le* at south- 
west corner of 38ih st. and 5th ave., $3,000. 

For award made for land taken for school site 
on 38th St., near 2d ave. 

To restrain interference with plaintiff with the 
recovering of vault at northeast cor. Church 
and Lispenard sis. 

Damages tor alleged personal injuries received 
in West St., opposite Warren st., on October 
14, 1890, by falling over string-piece, $10,000. 

To recover amount of assessment paid for reg- 
ulating, etc., Dyckman St., $1,650. 

To restrain the drawing down of waters of Lake 
Gilead, in the Town of Carmel, Putnam 
County, and for damages for injuries already 
sustained. 

For goods, wares and merchandise sold and 
delivered to Board of Education of the Town 
of East Chester, $238.30. 

Damages for personal injuries by falling into 
the area in front of building on southeast 
corner of 13th ave. and Gansevoort St., on 
Nov. 20. 1895, $ro,ooo. 

Damages for personal injuries by falling in hole 
in South St., at the intersection of Beekman 
st , on Apr. 9, 1896, $25,000. 

Damages by change of grade of X29th st. and 
Manhattan St., $2,244. 

To recover amount of assessment paid for regu- 
lating, etc., lolh ave., from 155th to 194th St., 
$136 9c. 

Summons only served. 

For possession of premises on the block bounded 
by H4th and 85th sis. and Madison and 4th 
aves., 5nd for damages for wrongfully with- 
holding the same, $xo,ooo. 



30 



Schedule i — Suits against the City, etc. 



Court. 



Supreme 



Regis- 
ter 
Folio. 



When 
Commenced. 



47 302 



47 308 



47 309 



48 71 



Title of Action. 



(( 



45 142 

45 83 

49 338 

53 73 

56 376 

57 146 



Mar. 7, 1895 i Graham, Mary Eliza, vs. 

I Joseph Dreyfoos and Mary 

I Dreyfoos, his wife, et al . . . 

Graham, Mary Eliza, vs. 
Timothy McAuHfFe and 
Mary McAuliffe, his wife, 

et al 

9, " Graham, Mary Eliza, vs. 
Louis Stem and Lisette 
Stern, his wife, and Max 

Herzog 

May 29, " Graham, Mary Eliza, vs. 
Charles R.Gregor and Mary 
Gregor, his wife, etc., ana 
Charles S. Gregor 

Graham, Mary Eliza, vs. 
J acob New, et al 

Granger, Libbie Quaife, as 
administratrix, etc., of Ed- 
ward Quaife, deceased. . . . 

Granniss, George H., execu 
tor of Henry E. Granniss, 
deceased 

Grant, Frances E., Francis L. 
Ackley, Samuel H. Winton, 
Henry A. Winton and Emily 
A. Brooks 



,48 


383 


June 24, " 


49 


48 


Nov. I, " 


57 


165 


Dec. 31, 1897 


42 


359 


" 11, 1891 



45 
39 



55 



371 
237 

26 



' •! 



42 X4I 

44 228 

14 338 

32 288 



37 237 



47 290 



48 122 



43 



Oct. 26, 1893 
Sept. 25, " 

Feb. 20, 1896 
Jan. 25, 1897 

Dec. 7, " 

•• 31. •' 

Feb. 8, 1894 
Nov. 16, 1889 

May 19, 1897 

Sept. 2, 1891 
Apr. 22, 1893 



Nature of Action. 



Gray, Arthur 



Gray, Catharine M., vs. The 
Mayor, etc., of the City of 
New York, Henry G. Allen 
and Belle P. Huxford 

Gray, Robert J 



For possession of premises in block bounded by 
84th and 85th sts., Madison and 4th aves. 

For possession of premises in block bounded by 
84th and 85th sts., Madison and 4th aves., and 
for damages for withholding the same, f 15,000. 

For possession ot premises in block bounded by 
84th and 85th sts., Madison and 4th aves., and 
for damages for withholding the same, $30,000. 

For possession of certain premises on block 
bounded by 84th and 85th sts. and Madison and 
4th aves. 

For possession of premises in block bounded by 
84th and 85th sts,, Madison and 5th aves. 

Damages for death of plaintiff's intestate by in- 
juries received January 6, 1895, by falling on 
snow and ice on sidewalk of East 117th st., 
$50,000. 

Summons only served. 



To restrain interference with plaintiff's property 
and rights to the northerly half of block be- 
tween 94th and 95th sts. and ist ave. and East 
river, and for an accounting of money received 
from persons dumping material and filling in 
thereat. 

Damages for personal injuries alleged to have 
been received April 23, 1893, by being thown 
from wagon at No. 34 Monroe st., 185,000. 

Damages for alleged personal injuries received 
April 23, 1893, by being thrown from wagon in 
front of No. 34 Market st., $5,000. 



To recover amount due under contract for fur- 
nishing a boiler for steamef " Fidelity," in 
1894, $2,580.70. 

Gray, Robert J., vs. The i To restrain railroad companies from running 
Sixth Avenue Railroad Co., I cars on LenoK ave., and to rescind resolution 
The Metropolitan Railway! of Common Council of Apr. 24, 1894. 
Co. and 1 he Mayor, etc. . . 1 
Greacen, Robert A., et al , To recover amount of assessment paid for 

Boulevard sewers, bet. io6th and 153d sts., 
$441.70. 
Summons only served. 



(( 



Jan. 



/ 



16, 1873 
28, 1885 

28, x888 



Feb. 27, 189s 



June 25, 



executors of Robert Grea 
cen, deceased 

Greacen, Robert A., et al., 
executors of Robert Grea- 
cen, deceased 

Green, Cordelia M 

Gregory, James 



Griffiths, Evan, vs. Frank W. 
McNeal, The Mayor, etc., 
et al 

Griswold, John N. A 



Groton Savings Bank. 



Guidet, Charles, 
do 



do 



Gunn, Ella. 



do 

Balance of salary as Excise Inspector, from Sep- 
tember I, 1881, to September i, 1889, at $i,oco 
per annum, $8,000. 

To foreclose hen under contract for repairing 
Ninth Regiment Armory, $164. 

Summons only served . 

do 



repairing 



Gimser, -Charles 



Feb. 



1892 



Guras, George, vs. The May- 
or, etc., of the City of New 
York, James A. Smith, et al. 



Balance claimed under contract for 
paving in West St., $18,232.50. 

Damages, not being permitted to perform work 
of paving Transverse Roads 2 and 4, in Central 
Park, under his contract with the Department 
of Public Parks, etc., $30,000. 

For the excavation and removal of 279 cubic 
yards of rock from carriageway of 93d st. be- 
tween 9th and loth aves., made necessairy in 
the paving thereof, $1,395. 

Damages for personal injuries received Decem- 
ber 30, 1894, at the southeasterly corner of 7th 
ave. and 126th st., by falling on snow and ice 
on sidewalk, $10,000. 

Damages for personal injuries received by slip- 
ping and falling at corner of 140th st. and Alex- 
ander ave. January 31, 1895, $io,ooo. 

To foreclose lien for labor performed under con- 
tract of defendant Smith, for regulating, etc 
190th St., from Audubon to Amsterdam ave * 
$51. '* 



31 



Schedule i— Suits against the City, etc. 



Court. 



Supreme . . . 



Regis- 
ter 
Folio. 



55 434 



(t 






52 93 

53 399 

52 119 

37 151 



49 42c 

50 107 



When 

Commenced. 



S3 304 



53 30s 



53 306 



53 307 



53 348 



55 6 



55 7 



53 32 



56 522 



49 194 



S3 157 
40 3 



32 60 



39 317 



SO 142 



Sept. 28, 1897 

•• 22, 1896 
Apr. 28, 1897 

Oct. I, 1896 
Dec. 24, 1887 



Apr. 2, 1896 
May 29, " 



Mar. 29, 1897 



" 29. " 



" 29. *' 



" 29, " 



Apr. 8. " 



" II. " 



May II, " 



Jan. 16, " 



Dec. 27, " 



31. 1895 



Feb. 23, 1897 
Apr. 3, 1890 



Sept. 27, 1884 



Title of Action. 



Nature of Action. 



Gusthal, Leopold, vs. Will- To restrain the Board of Aldermen from grant- 
lam L. Strong, Mayor, ing franchise to Forty- second Street, Man- 
John Jeroloman et al I hattanviJle and St. Nicholas Avenue R. R. 

Co. to run railroad tracks to Kingsbridge 
' road, etc. 
Gutman, Annie (Matter of) . For award made in the matter of Mosholu park- 
way school site, $200. 
Gutta Percha and Rubber For fire-hose sold to Villages of South Mt. Ver- 

Mtg. Co non, Williamsbridge, Wakefield and West 

Chester. $2,560. 

Guy, John For services, drawing plans and specifications 

I for armories, $5,535-5^- 

Haar, Henry M To have assessment for St. Nicholas ave. sewer, 

between i32d and 155th sts., on Ward Nos. 14 
to 17, Block 1078, declared void and to recover 
back amount paid therefor, $94 05. 
Salary as Physician to the County Jail, $287.63. 
To restrain tne execution or delivery to the de- 
fendant, A.H.Man, and Bay Ridge and New 
York Ferry Co., of lease of ferry at loot of 
Whitehall st. to 65th St., Bay Ridge. 



Hackeling, Herman 

Hadden, Alexander, vs. Wm. 
L. Strong et al., The Com- 
missioners of the Sinking 
Fund, Alrick H. Man and 
the Bay Ridge and New 
York Ferry Co 

Hadden, Alexander, vs. 'To restrain 



Charles H.T.Collis, Com- 
missioner of Public Works, 

etc 

Hadden, Alexander, vs. the To 



open streets to 
trie railroad. 



defendants from granting permit to 
convert railroad into an elec- 



vs. 
Metropolitan Street Rail- 
way Co. vs. Charles H. T. 
Collis, Commissioner of 
Public Works, etc.. Metro- 
politan Street Railway Co. 

Hadden, Alexander, vs. 
Charles H.T. Collis, Com- 
missioner of Public Works, 
Metropolitan Street Rail- 
way Co. and Eighth Ave- 
nue R ail way Co 

Hadden, Alexander, vs. 

• Charles H. T. Collis, etc., 
INIetropohtan Street Rail- 
way Co. and Ninth Avenue 
Railway Co 

Hadden, Alexander, vs. John 
Jeroloman et al.. Sixth 
Avenue Railroad Co., Met- 
tropoJitan Street Railway 
Co. and The Mayor, etc. . . 

Hadden, Alexander vs. John 
Jerolomon et al , Sixth Ave- 
nue Railroad Co., Metro- 
politan Street Railroad Co., 
and The Mayor, etc 

Hadden, Alexander vs. John 
Jeroloman, et al , Eighth 
Avenue Railroad Co., The 
Metropolitan Street Rail- 
road Co., and The Mayor, 
etc 

Haffner, Leo F 



Haggerty, John. 



Hahn, Henry. 



Haight, Jacob A. (or N). 



Hale, Joseph W, 



Hall, Austin. 



Jan. 14,1890 Hall, Austin, as administrator 
of Catharine H.nll, deceased 



June 8, 1896 



Hall, Hamilton. 



restrain defendants from granting permit to 
open streets to convert railroad into an elec- 
tric railroad. 



To restrain defendants from granting permit to 
open streets to convert railroad into an elec- 
tric railroad. 



To restrain defendants from granting permit to 
open streets to convert railroad into an elec- 
tric railroad. 



To restrain operation of railroad on Lenox ave. 



To compel the defendants other than the rail- 
road to compel and receive a surrender and 
tiansfer of the Sixth Avenue Railroad and 
restrain their waiver and release of such right 
or option. 

To compel the defendants, other than the rail- 
road to compel and receive a surrender and 
transfer of the Eighth Avenue Railroad and 
restrain their waiver and release of such 
right or option. 

Damages for personal injuries by being knocked 
down by cart owned by City at 120th st.and 
Western Boulevard on July 20, 1896, $10,000. 

For extra work as Detailed Sweeper in Street 
Cleaning Department, from Dec. 25, 1895, to 
Nov. 10, 1897, $372. * 

Damages for personal injuries received October 
8, 1895, at West 83d sts., between Columbus 
and Amsterdam aves, $2,000. 

Summons only served . 

Balance of salary as Inspector of Masonry on 
New Aqueduct, between January i and De- 
cember 24, 1889, $1,412. 

To recover back amount of assessment for 96th 
and iiith sts. underground drains, on Ward 
No. 61, Block 1149, Twelfth Ward, $64.03. 

To recover back amount paid for Boulevard 
sewers, between 6ist and 77th sts. on Ward 
No. 44, Block 208, $458.43. 

Damages to sailboat seized by officers or agents 
of the city in Oct., 1895, ^M'=>. 



32 



Schedule i — Suits against the City, etc. 



Court. 



Supreme 




«< 



45 25 



55 308 



55 345 



45 

52 

56 
55 
42 



194 

323 

355 

37 

377 



53 74 



50 
47 



153 
373 



22 551 



53 171 



52 
43 
50 



52 



285 



43 



46 353 



50 
37 



41 

56 

43 

40 
45 



438 
246 

158 



Whfn 

Commenced. 



Aug. II, 1893 

July 29, 1897 

Aug. 10, " 

Nov. 25, 1893 

Dec. I, 1896 

Nov. 30, 1897 
May 21, " 
Dec. 21, 1891 

Jan. 25, 1897 

June IX, 1896 
Mar. 27, 1895 

Dec. 31, 1877 

Feb. 26, 1897 



Title of Action. 



Hall, Robert . 



Halloran, James F., and 
Martin P. Lodge vs. The 
Mayor, etc., David Barry, 
et al 

Halloran, James F., and 
Martin P. Lodge vs. The 
Mayor, etc., David Barry, 
etal 

Halpin, Hannah M., vs. 
Giovanni D'Blasio, T h « 
Mayor, etc., et al 

Hamilton, Archibald, vs. 
Daniel Moran, T. J. Gillis, 
The Mayor, etc., et al. . . . 

Hamilton, William G., et al. 
(Matter of) 

Hammerstein, Oscar, vs. 
Frank Moss 

Hance, Benjamin B 



Hanlon, Mary, Robert M. 
Hanlon, Edward Hanlon, 
Mary Hanlon (a), Mary 
Shine, Dolly Hanlon and 
Anna Hanlon 

Hanson^ John 



Hardiman, Patrick. 



Hardy, John 



Sept. 8, 1896 



Harms, William, vs. Charles 
H.T. Collis, Commissioner 
of Public Works, etc., and 
Charles Marks 



Harrington, Bridget 



July 25, 1892 Harrington, George L. 



Apr. 24, 1896 Hart, George S., vs. The 
Mayor, etc., The Metro- 
politan Street Railway Co. 
and The Dock Commis- 
sioners 

Hart, John, vs. Ferdinand 
Levy, individually, and as 
Register, etc 



Nature of Action. 



For excess of assessment paid for Morris 
ave. regulating, grading, etc., from 138th to 
155th St., on Ward No. 3, Block 1715, and 
Ward No. 18, Block 1727, $81.23. 

To foreclose lien under contract of Barry & Co., 
to repair Grammar School No. lox, $210. 



To foreclose lien under contract of David Barry 
8c Co., $1,265. 



To foreclose a mortgage on premises in the 
Village of Melrose. 

Summons only served. 



For an award made in the matter of the 93d St. 
and Amsterdam ave. school site. 

For damages for slander at meeting of Board ot 
Police Commissioners, $50,000. 

Salary as Assistant Foreman in the Park De- 
partment, from December 22, 1889, to Octo- 
ber 31, i8qi, $2,790.30. 

To recover back amount of assessment paid for 
regulating, etc., ist nve., from 92d to 109th 
sts., $670.50. 



Damages hy reason ol collision of claimant's 
wagon with Cart No. 171 of Street Cleaning 
Department, Nov. 21, 1895, $20.50. 

Amount claimed to be due under contract lor 
erection of fence inclosing lot of ground at 
southwest corner of 113th st. and Boulevard, 
$222.69. 

Services between August i, 1870, and December 
31, 1871, as Clerk of the Common Council in 
compiling, etc.. Corporation Manual for 1870, 
$5,occ. 

To enjoin defendant Marks from continuing sale 
ot newspapers, etc., in booth under elevated 
railroad stairway in front of" premises known 
as No. 1924 Third ave., cor. of xo6th St., and 
to compel removal of booth. 



Aug. 30, 1894 



Hart, William. 



Feb. 



22, 1896 

I, 1888 Hartley, Marcellus 



Apr. 



«7 

317 
43a 



,Hartridge, CliflFord W., as 

Receiver of Michael Shaw, 

' deceased (Matter ot). ... 

Hasbrouck, James F 



15. 1890 
383 i Dec. 7, 1897 

5, 1892 Haskins, William J 



Feb. 

Oct. 
Feb. 



8, 1890 Hastings, Johnston. 
14, 1894 Hatari, John 



Damages for personal injuries by falling on 

defective sidewalk in tront of No. 314 East 

46th St. on Apr. 28, 1896, $15,000. 
For extra work under contract for paving 75th 

St., from Avenue A to the bulkhead line of 

East river, $2,900. 
To restrain operation of branch or extension 

from track of New York Central and Hudson 

River Railroad, in West St., to Christopher 

Street Ferry. 

Damages alleged to have been sustained by 
reason of defendant's act in discharging 
Chattel Mortgage No. 38763, $254.14. 

Fcr amount of award made in the matter of ac- 
quiring lands for Henry, Catherine and Oliver 
sts. school site, $5,000. 

To have assessment for iioth st. regulating, 
grading, etc., from ist ave. to Riverside 
Drive, on Ward Nos. 44 and 45, Block 921, 
declared void and to recover back amount 
paid therefor, $94.70. 

For awards made on Lois Nos. 5615^, 561, 562, 

I 562^^, and 563, Map No. 17, in the matter 

I of openinq; New Parks. 

! Damages for personal injuries and injuries to 
bicycle, caused by obstruction in roadway of 
Jerome ave., near i82d st„ $150. 

Salary as Assistant Engineer in the Depart- 
ment of Public Works, from May 31, 1889, 
to December 11, 1891, $10,000. * 

Salary as Inspector of Masonry on New Aque- 
duct, $300. 

Summons only served. 



33 



Schedule i- Suits against the City, etc. 




Supreme . . . 



U. S. Circuit 



•Supreme . . . 



53 344 

26 419 

49 258 

49 259 

41 403 

.' 56 12 1 

I 
I 

I 

! 

44 316 

56 416 

56 417 

41 280 
55 400 

42 326 

53 237 

55 303 

47 441 

48 342 

47 452 

56 398 

: 52 441 
56 264 

I 49 332 
1 49 333 

! 

45 372 

i 
56 143 

I 

56 454 

57 166 
50 349 



Apr. 8, 1897 



Dec. 31, 1880 



Jan. 24, 1896 



*• 24, " 



July 15, 1891 
Oct. 13, 1897 

June 13, 1893 

Dec. 8; 1897 

" 8, '• 
June II, 1891 
Sept. 8, 1897 

Nov. 30, 1 89 1 
Mar. 13, 1897 

Nov. 24, " 

Apr. 25, 1895 
Sept. 8, " 

Apr. 25, •' 

Dec. 7, 1897 

*• 31, 1896 

Nov. 15, 1897 

Feb. 15, 1896 



" IS, " 



" 8, 1894 
Oct. 19, 1897 
Dec. 15, " 



" 31, *• 



Aug. I, 1896 



Title of Action. 



Hatch, £dward P. 



Hatfield, Henry R., vs. The 
Mayor, •tc, M. T. Mc- 
Mahon, Receiver of Taxes, 
and Murray Hill Bank 

Hauptner, Charles 



Hauptner, Charlotte. 



Haurahan, William 



Haven, John and Woodbury 
Langdon 



Hawkes, Sarah A. 



Hawkins, Rosanna. 



Hawkins, William Walter. 
Hay, Allan 



Hayden, Mabel. 



Nature of Action. 



Hayes, James . . 
Hayner, Joseph 



Haynes, Lawrence, vs. The 
Mayor, etc., Frank Frost, 
et al 

Heald, Timothy W 



Health Board of the Town ot 
Hempstead vs. The Mayor, 
etc., and the Barney 
Dumping Co 

Healy, Owen 



Healy, William J... 
[leaney, William G. 



Hearst, William R., vs. Will- 
iam Berri et al., Trustees of 
New York and Brooklyn 
Bridge 

Heath, George E. (No. i) . . . . 



do 



Hecht, Selig 



(No. 2) . . . . 



Hecla Powder Co. vs. ITie 
Mayor, etc., William E. 
Dear, Jr., et al 

Heffernen, Annie 

Hegeman, Laura N., as ex- 
ecutrix of Peter A, Hege- 
man, deceased 

Heilner, Emanuel, and Moses 
J. Wolf. 



For amount due on contract for carpets and 
furnishing furnished by request of Superin- 
tendent of Supplies and Repairs to Depart- 
ment of Public Works, bet. Mar. 15 and Nov. 
I, 1894, $263.76. 

To restrain collection of taxes assessed on com- 
plainant's bank stock for year 1880. 



Damages or personal injuries by being thrown 

from carriage at Van Cortlandt ave., bet. 

South Broadway and Van Cortlandt Park 

Station, $5,000. 
Damages tor personal injuries by being thrown 

from carriage at Van Cortlandt ave., bet. 

South Broadway and Van Cortlandt Park 

Station, $5,oco. 
Balance of salary as Inspector of Masonry on 

the New Aqueduct, from November 16, 

1888, to May I, 1889, $656. 
To recover amount of assessment paid for paving 

Dyckman st., from Hudson river to Exterior 

St., $5,600. 

Damages for alleged personal injuries resulting 
from falling on ice on sidewalk at 3d ave., near 
Z57th St., on December 23, 1892, $2,000. 

Damages for personal injuries by falling on de- 
fective sidewalk opposite No. 237 Columbus 
ave., $5,000. 

Damages for loss of services of plaintiff's vrife, 
Rosanna Hawkins, $2,100. 

Summons only served. 

Damages for personal injuries received by being 
thrown from bicycle at 43d st. and 8th ave., 
July 16, 1897, $25,000. 

Balance of salary as Inspector of Masonry on 
the New Aqueduct, $239.^6. 

Damages for personal injuries by being thrown 
from carriage Oct. 8, 1896, at Westchester 
ave. near Southern Boulevard, $zo,ooo. 

Summons only served. 



Damages for loss of services of Anna Heald, 

$2,500. 
To restrain defendants from dumping garbage, 

etc., near beach at Rockaway and Long 

Beach. 

For wages as District Superintendent of the 
Street Cleaning Department, from April 95, 
1894, to March 4, 1895, $264.86. 

For difference in wages as Mason in Park De- 
partment, bet. $4 and $3.50 per day, $24.50. 

For services as Inspector of Sewers in the Vil- 
lage of Williamsbridge, $750. 

To restrain the laying of loops or curves at the 
New York City Terminus of New York and 
Brooklyn Bridge. 

To recover amount deposited with bid for sewer 
in Boulevard Lafayette, bet. Z58thst. and sum- 
mit, $500. 

To recover amount deposited with bid for sewer 
in Naegle and izth aves., bet. Academy and 
120th sts., $1,000. 

To recover amount of assessment paid for Morris 
ave. regulating, etc., from 138th to 155th St., 
$429.62. 

Summons only served. 



Damages for personal injuries by falling on de- 
fective fligging at No. 241 West 41st St., $500. 
Summons only served. 



To recover amount of assessment paid for regu- 
lating, etc., Lexington ave., from 66th to 96th 
St., $450. 



34 



Schedule i — Suits against the City, etc. 



Court. 



Supreme 




46 188 



45 251 

50 313 

40 92 

50 41 

40 422 

56 398 

52 249 

49 31 

45 "I 

44 142 

50 71 

46 92 
55 203 

55 M4 

36 117 

57 89 

45 345 

53 531 

52 442 

47 69 



When 

Commenced. 



Dec. 27, 1897 
Feb. s, 1896 



Title of Action. 



Nature of Action. 



Heinrich, William 



For extra work as Detailed Sweepef in Street 
Cleaning Department, from Mar. 3, 1895. to 



Nov. 12, 1897, 1680.7^. 

al 



Helferich, Peter, vs. N. Y Damages for personal injuries caused by ex- 

i Mutual Gas-light Co., ! plosion of g^s in 39th St., bet. 8th and 9th aves., 

I Equitable G.is-light Co., Oct. 2, 1895, $10,000. 

j The Mayor, etc., and Eu- 
gene J. Flood 

June 20, 1894 ;Hempe, Maggie J., John H. For an award made on Damage Map Nos. 78, 

i Martens, William H. Mar- 79, 80, 81, 82 and 8^, in the matter of open- 

; tens, Edward Martens and ; ing Corlears Hook Park, $48,000. 

I Charles Clarence Gerd 
Martens (Matter of} 

Henderson, George, vs. 
John Jocke and David 

Hendry, Mary, as adminis-. Damages by reason of death of plaintiff's intes- 



Dec. 30, 1893 
July 25, 1896 
Apr. 2o, 1890 



Damages for alleged assault and battery on 
December x8, 1893, $15,000. 



" 23, 1896 
Dec. 13, 1890 



I tratrix, etc., of Andrew J.{ tate on Oct. 8, 1895, by falling over balustrade 

; Hendry, deceased ! at Oak Street Police Station, 4$zo,ox>. 

Henion, Culcniau ; Balance of salary as Inspector oi Masonry on 

< New Aqueduct, from June ax, 1889, to No- 
vember 22, 1889, $600. 

Hennessey, John S ' Balance of salarjr as Foreman in Department of 

Public Parks since Oct. 15, 1895, $433.33. 
Henry, Edward, vs. Hugh To restrain defendant from making a contract 
J. Grant et al., compos-, with the Empire City Subway Co. (Limited), 
mg the Board of Elec-. or any contract for tne construction of elec- 
trical Control, etc ' trical subways, etc. 



** 7, 1897 Henry, John C ; For difference in wages as Mason in Dock De- 

Nov. 17, 1896 Hepburn, William, vs. Chas. 
I H. Stoddard, The Mayor, 

etc., et al 

Oct. 25, 1895 Herbert, Richard S 



partment, bet. $4 aad $3.50 per day, $44.68. 
To foreclose a mortgage. 



" 12, 1893 

Feb. 3, " 
May 6, 1896 

Apr. 30, 1894 
July 9, 1897 

June 21, *' 

" 10, 1887 

Dec. 31, 1897 
Feb. 7, 1894 



Herrfeldt, William. 



Herskowitz, Bernard. 



Damages for personal injuries received June 
14, 1895, by being thrown out of buegy in 
Westchester ave., between L^gett s lane 
and Lane ave. 4io,ooo. 
Damages for alleged personal injuries caused 
by falling on ice and snow on crosswalk on 
easterly side of 8th ave. at X36th St., on Feb- 
ruary 6, 1893, $50,000. 

Herrman, Flora ! Damages for alleged personal injuries received 

I February 25, 1892, at crossing at zooth st 

and west side of 3d ave., $2,000. 
Damages l)y reason of death of plaintiff's 
daughter Rachel, caused by being run over 
May 6, 1895, at Stanton and Canngn sts., 
$5,000. 
Herzog Teleseme Co. ol Summons only served. 

New York State | 

Heulster, Wilhelmina Damages for personal injuries by filing on de- 

i I fective flag-stones at No. 281 East 4th St., on 

I May 6, 1897, $10,000. 

Hickox, Ralph ; For salary as Attorney for Village of Williams- 

i I bridge until completion of sewer system, 

I I $1,800. 

iHiggins, Eugene, successor, To restrain the City from claiming or taking 
in interest of Elias S.j possession of premises on south line of West 

Higgins 42d st., 590 feet west from west line of nth 

I I ave. 

I Higgins, Eugene : Summons only served. 



Higgins, Thomas 



I 



Dec. 28, 1897 

" 31, 1896 
Nov. 27, 1894 



Hildebrand, Giegerich G. vs. 
Theodore Sutro, The 
Mavor, etc., et al 

Hill, Horace K 



'Hill, Philip, and Katie Hill, 
j his wife, vs. Maria A. Wuy- 
i tack. The Mayor, etc. , et al. 
1 37 293 Feb. 28, 1S88 Hill, William J., vs. N. Y. 

Central & H. R. R. R. 

Co. an d Mayor, etc 

Hills, Exiward 



To recover amount of assessment paid for Mor- 
regulating, etc., 138th to 155th st.» 



ris ave. 



52 438 
J 57 92 
5^ 5" 



Dec. 31, 1896 
" 31. 1897 



1 " 23. " 



Hilton, Henry, as executor 

of A. T. Stewart, deceased . 

Hinchman, Julia B 



$232.62. 

To foreclose a mortgage (part of property in- 
cluded in the opening of Mott ave.) 

For services as Inspector of Sewers, in the Vil- 
lage of Williamsbridge, $750. 

To foreclose a mortgage on property on 23d 
St., on the easterly side of Washington ave. 

D.images for alleged personal injuries from fall- 
ing on ice on sidewalk at 29th st. and 10th 
ave., December 30, 1887, $5,000. 

For services as Inspector of Sewers, in the Vil- 
lage of Williamsbridge, $750. 

Summons only served. 

To recover amount of assessment paid for regu- 
lating, etc., Dyckman St., $993.75. 



35 



Schedule i— Suits against the City, etc. 



Court. 



Supreme .. 



Regis- 
ter 
Folio. 






52 136 

44 61 
41 440 

45 445 

57 91 

46 3 
22 423 

22 264 

47 «98 

41 281 

47 403 
35 379 

48 272 



When 

Commenced. 



Oct. 8, 1896 



Title of Action. 



Dec. 



13. 1897 
16, 1892 



July 17, 1891 



Feb. 26, 1894 



Dec. 
Mar. 
Sept. 



31. ^897 

7. 1894 

29, 1877 



37 152 



37 153 



49 J S3 



June 7, 



Apr. 
Mar 



23. 1895 

II, 1891 

6, 1895 

24, 1887 



Aug. 12, 1895 



42 


376 


Dec, 21, 1891 


46 


112 


May II, 1894 


47 


248 


Feb. 5,1895 


45 


399 


*• ",1894 


46 


439 


Oct. 8, " 


35 


380 


Mar. 24, 1887 


42 

52 


144 
20 


Sept. 4, 1891 
Aug. 31, 1896 



Dec. 24, 1887 



24. 



i6, 1895 



Hirsch, Max, vs. John F. 
Harriot, as Property Clerk, 
etc 

Hirst, Anthony A. (Matter 

of) 

Hobby, Daniel R 

Hochstadter, David, et al., 
executors, etc., of Max 
Weil, deceased 

Hoffman, Eugene A 

Hoffman, Eugene A., as ex- 
ecutor, etc., of S. D. Hoff- 
man, deceased 

Hoffman, John, Sr 

Hogan, Edward 

Hogan, John 

Hoguet, Robert J 

Hoguet, Robert J., «t al., as 
executors, etc., of Henry 
L. Hoguet, deceased 

Holmes, Edwin, by Nettie 
Holmes, his mother, his 
guardian ad litem 

Hone, John, No. 2 

Hopper, John J., vs. the 
Mayor, etc., et al 

Horan, Timothy 

Horan, William 

Horgan, William G 

Home, Lucinda M., and Peter 
Home 

Horton, Lewis S. (Matter of, . 
House of Mercy 

do 

Hoyt, Charles H 

Hoyt, Louise T., No. i 

do No. 2 

H oyt," Russell P 



Nature of Action. 



For possession of 11,435, taken from pool-roonv 
at No. 19 West 26th st. 

For award made in matter of opening Barry st., 
23d Ward. I253.79. 

Salary as Inspector of Masonry on the New 
Croton Aqueduct, between February 24^ 
1887, and December 24, 1889, $4,760. 

To recover back excessive assessment paid for 
regulating, etc., St. Nicholas ave., from iioth 
to 155th St., on Ward Nos. 23 and 25, Lot No. 
944. $96.62. 
|That assessment forpaving 13th ave., from nth 
to 1 6th St., be declared void and the plain- 
tiff recover back the amount paid therefor, 
$1,859.91. 

Summons only served. 



To recover amount of assessment paid for 155th 
St. regulating, grading, etc., between Elton 
and Courtlandt ave., 5264.59. 

Difference in salary between $io,oco and $5,000 
trom August i, 1871, to October 31, 1873, 
$11,249.82. 

For work done on Third Judicial District Court- 
house, $6,064. 

Damages to plaintifTs premises by reason ol 
earth being placed thereon in regulating, etc., 
143d street, between Boulevard and 12th ave., 
$1,500. 

Summons only served. 



Damages for personal injuries caused by coU 
lision with Street Cleaning cart February 4, 
1893, in Mangm St., near Houston st., $20,000. 

To have assessment for sewers in Boulevard, 
from 92d to io6th st.. on Ward Nos. 40 and 
41, Block 1 143, declared void and 10 recover 
back amount paid therefor, $24.61. 

For balance claimed to be due for services per- 
formed and materials furnished in the improve- 
ment of Park ave., from io6th st, to the 
Harlem river, in 1894, $15,768.82. 

Salary as Assistant Foreman in the Park 
Department, from December 22, 1889, to 
October 31, 1891, $1,674.20. 

Damages by reason of being run over by a 
street -cleaning horse and cart, March 12, 1894, 
at 47th street and ist avenue, $10,000. 

Balance claimed to be due under contract for 
cleaning and concreting lake in Central Park, 
near 5qth St., and for extra work, etc, 
$20,945.18. 

To recover excess of assessment paid for Clifton 
St. regulating, grading, etc., between St. Ann's 
and Union aves., $361.04. 

For an award made on Damage Map Nos. 18 
and 19, in the matter of opening Cauldwell 
ave., $4,776.66. 

To have assessment for sewer in 8oth St., from 
Hudson river to road, etc., on Ward Nos. 10 
to 12, 53 to 55, Block 266, declared void and 
to recover back amount paid therefor, $191.50. 

Summons only served. 

For damages to bicycle by collision with cart of 
Street Cleaning Depai-tment in front of No. 34 
West 65ih St., on Aug. i, 1896, $75. 

To have assessment for 7th ave. tree-planting, 
between iioth and 154111 sts., on Ward Nos. 
32 and 33, Block 813, declared void and to 
recover back amount paid therefor, $18.33. 

To have assessment for iioth st. tree-planting, 
between ist ave. and Riverside Drive, on 
Ward Nos. 23 and 24, Block 697, declared void 
and to recover back amount paid therefor, 
$12.23. 

Damages for personal injuries received Decem- 
ber 19, 1894, by falling on the wooden foot- 
way on westerly side of Broadway, betweer* 
Franklin and Leonard sts., $2,500. 



36 



ScHKDin,E I — Suits 



crricn u Eipcrl Wlneuin Ihelrial of Puiick 
McMahon. )!(». 

ToIw^Ih S^'^Tor maicriili furnished uader 
contnct of Robert F. Ctuk far piviac in 
MarninBiidc Park. 

□r balance of ulary u Cluk of the Villise of 
WaliEfield, |i<o. 
reurain Ihe BrooklTii HeigbtB Ruilraid Co. 

Drgnklyn Bridge, 

uigDce sf Willam H. Brady, for servics u 

NotRiy fubJicin the Law Department, f 5. un. 

Humphreyi. Gtotge, vs.Td foreq'o» litn for labor' performed undK 
Tbomai Barry, The Mayor,! conirmcl of detffndanl Barry, for rwullting, 
etc..«al gr.ding,el...6»nt.(rdn.be™rdtTjero«e 

avenue, betw^rn S-pItmbet iB, .8(,j, and J«,. 

uarysi.iBg,, »6=3.63. 
lunt, George W Salary a« Dr.uKhtiraan in the AqaeducI Depan- 



and Supply Co. vr. Till 

Ku(ilon^^'chaile»F."i!!!!. 

Hughes, Anhar J., n. Thi 
liuiiees of Ibe Nnw York 
and Brooklyn Bm 



I , 



Hyde. Tollman P 

Hyde and others and Mathe 



Hurlhui. Wilbam P., 
HenryA. HuilbutTS.J 
hel P. Fitcb, Complrc 



Damagea for penmal injuriej received June 
-" 1854., while awing ai lignBlioBa at der- 
nied in hOHUDK rock at 153d St. and 
:c™h-. Dam road. (5.000. 
rviceaa! Commissioaar of Highw«y>,ol 



:' notk Con 



Mayor, elc, Demrlmeuti 'buildiag tb^ u?w bnlkhead wall alonz 
of roclH. and Johu_ R.I ";alor-ftoat, between jjd and a4"h «... N 



B, Catharine, eial. (Mat- Fc 



» performed on the 4th day of Dec., 
oriward made ' the mattir of opening River 
flve., from East M41h st. .0 /erome ave.. 



; 1X-. 



Queen, Co.1,6 3 



Sept. 8,.894 Jac 



'■| 46 339 
'■'*' .48 
.'s6 >si 1 



Pciham a 
Ward N( 
S8a.,i 



.r 


evard, btl. <9th and 155th 


H.'ta 


t Engineer, from July 


^"^ 


dh """""d -"^ »«e«nienl 



o7 



Schedule i— Suits against the City, etc. 



Court. 


\ Regis- 
ter 
Folio. 


Supreme . . . 


56 399 


• • • 


44 418 


• • • 


42 149 


• • • 


56 439 


<4 

• • • 

41 

• • • 


56 152 
56 425 


4i 

• • • 

1 


57 95 
52 56 



When 
Commenced. 



n 

(4 
<< 



«( 
<i 



49 
44 
57 

57 
55 



41 

42 

' 44 



21 



171 
229 
167 

94 
374 



282 
283 

150 
192 



50 244 



...j 56 

... I 56 

I 
. . . ! 48 



455 
510 

I2Z 



Dec. 7, 1897 
July 20, 1893 

Sept. 4, 189T 

Dec. zo, 1&97 



Oct. 21, " 
Dec. 9, " 

'• 31. " 
Sept. 9, 1896 



Feb. X4, " 



Dec. 24, 1895 
Apr. 22, 1893 
Dec. 31, 1897 

*• 31, " 
Aug. 20, " 



June II, 1891 

•' II, " 
Sept. 4, " 
Mar. 31, 1893 



Nov. 10, 1897 



Dec. 15, " 



" 23, " 



June 25, 1895 



47 384 Mar. 30, " 



41 139 



Apr. 7, 189T 



43 182 June 3, 1892 



45 209 



Dec. 4, 1893 



• • • 


56 


419 


" 8, 1897 


• • * 


52 


260 


Nov. 21, 1896 


• • • 

• • • 


57 
52 


147 

221 


Dec 31, 1897 
Nov. 6, 1896 


■ * * 


57 
55 


148 

453 


Dec. 31, 1807 
Oct. 4, " 



Title of Action. 



Jackson, Robert. 



Jackson, Washington, vs. 
Christopher Gohl and 
Thomas Farley 

Jacobs, Eliza, executrix of 
estate of Aaron Jacobs, 
deceased 

Jaeger, Eva, and G. F. La- 
biaux, executors, etc., of 
Maria E. Browne 

Jaeger, H., as executor, etc.. 

Jaflfrey, Mary 



Nature op Action. 



Jarvis, Nathaniel . . 
jencks, Francis M. 



Jencks, Francis M.. vs. Mary 
Ann Pettit, The Mayor, 
etc.. of the City of New 
York et al 

Jesup, Morris K 

JeA^ett City Savings Bank. .. 

Jex. Isabella, as executrix of 
Josiah Jex, deceased 

Tex, Isabella 

John P. Kane Co. vs. The 
Mayor, etc., and Christo 
pher Nally 

Johnson , Bradish 

Johnson, Mrs. Edwin A 

lohnson, George F 

Johnson. Samuel, vs. New 
York Central and Hudson 
River Railroad Co. and The 
Mayor, etc., of New York. 

Johnston, Mary H., as execu- 
trix, etc., of James B.John- 
ston 

Johnston, William 



Jones, Carrie Louise 

Jones, Charles 



Jones, Charles, and Francis 
X. Brosnan 



Jones, Frederick R., Henry E. 
Jones and Frederick R. 
Jones and Henry E.Jones, 
as trustees for Edith N. 
Wharton under the last will 
and testament of George F. 
Jones, deceased , 

Jones, John J., and G. Alex- 
ander I haver, as executors 
of and trustees under the 
last will and testament of 
David Jones, deceased. . . . 

Jones, John J., and G. Alex- 
ander Thayer, as trustees, 
etc., of David Jones, de- 
ceased, vs. James A. Stxiker, 
The Mayor, etc., of the City 
of New York et al 

Jones, John M 



Jones, Mary. 



Jones, Mary. . . . 
Jones, Oliver L. 



Jones, Oliver L. . . 
JoneB, William D. 



For difference in wages as Mason in Park De- 
partment, bet. I4 and I3.50 per day, $12.25. 
Summons only served. 



do 



To recover amount of assessment paid for 
Boulevard regulating, etc., bet. 59th and 
155th sts., $771.38. 

Summons only served. 

To recover amount of assessment paid for 
Dyckman St., regulating, $1,200. 

Summons only served. 

To recover excess of assessment paid for regu- 
lating Morningside ave., from zioth to Z23d 
St., $224.32. 

To foreclose a mortgage executed by Mary 
Ann Pettit and William B. Pettit to the 
plaintiff on March 28, 1888. 

Summons with notice served. 
Summons only served, 
do 

do 
To foreclose lien under contract for alterations 
to Thirty-fourth Precinct Police-station 
Annex, $469.50. 
Summons only served, 
do 
do 
Damages for personal injuries, loss of foot, 
resulting from being run over at loth ave. and 
30th St., on December 2, 1892, $20,000. 

To recover amount of assessment paid for zasth 
St. paving, bet. Harlem river and Manhattan 

St., $3.379- '5- 

To recover amount of assessment paid for regu- 
lating, etc., Dyckman St., $2,168.10. 

To recover amount of assessment paid for regu- 
lating, etc., Dyckman St., $103.90. 

Balance under contract for sewers, branches, 
etc., in Webster ave., between East 165th and 
East 184th sts, and for extra work, damages, 
etc., $171,741. 

Balance claimed to be due under contract of 
Charles W. Collins, for regulating, etc.. 
Burn side avenue, from Sedgwick to Webster 
ave., $11,340. 

For interest on an award of $35,000 made on 
public school site at Washington, Albany 
and Carlisle sts., from June 17 to July 23, 
1890, $204. 



To restrain inierference with plaintiffs' wharf 
property at East 38th and 39th sts., ist ave. 
and the East river, and lor aamages already 
sustained. 

To foreclose a mortgage executed by defendant 
Striker and his wife, December 21, 1891. 



To recover amount of assessment paid for regu- 
lating, etc., Dyckman st., $750. 

For amount of assessment paid for 66th st. out- 
let sewer, $660. 

Summons only served. 

To recover amount of assessment paid for 66th 
St. sewer, from loth ave. to the Boulevard, 
$585.62. 

Summons only served. 

Dams^es for personal injuries *^- -» de- 

fective sidewalk of East p'' d 

Lexington aves., $20,000. 



38 



Schedule i—Suits against the City, etc. 



Court. 



Supreme ... 




46 34 



'... 47 244 



49 292 



49 29' 



When 
commkncbd. 



Title of Action. 



Mar. 24, 1894 

Feb. 7, 1895 

" 5. 1896 



3> 



Nature of Action. 



Jonson,Rose Damages for personal injuries alleged to have 

been received on sidewalk at No. 3x6 East 

I T22d St., June 2, 1893, ^10,000. 

Judge, James J Balance claimed to be due for salary as Inspec- 
tor of Biildtngs from April z, 1893, to Octo- 
ber 18, 1894, 11,578.30. 
Y. Damages for personal injuriesi caused by ex- 
plosion of gas in 39th St., bet. 8th and 9th 
aves., Oct. 2, 1895, $5,000. 



48 


82 1 

1 


June 3, 1895 


50 


1 
351 


Aug. 3, 1896 


50 


z68 


June 22, " 


50 


42B 


Aug. 14, •• 


43 


52 


Feb. 25, 1891 


43 


53 


•* 25, " 


46 


331 


Aug. zo, Z894 


44 


184 


Mar. 15, 1893 



Kahse, Anna, vs. N. 
Mutual Gas-light Co., EaiuI 
table Gas-light Co., The 
Mavor, etc., and Eugene 
J. Flood 

Kahse, Henry, vs. N. Y. 
Mutual Gas light Co., Equi- 
table Gas-light Co., The 
Mayor, etc., and Eugene J. 
■ Flood 

Kalodkin, Annie 



. . 46 z86 



June Z9, Z894 



Kane, Frank K., vs. The 
Mayor, etc., and John J. 
McGly nn 



Kane, Grace D. 



Kane, Mary. 



Kaufman, Bridget, Matter ol 



do 



Kauffman, Fredericka. 



Kaufman, Joseph, as receiver 
ol Benjamin Odell, vs. The 
Mayor, etc , ol the City ol 
New York, the Mount 
Hope Cemetery Association 
and Benjamin Odell 

Kaulmann, Leopold and 
Gottlieb Kaufmann 



39 323 j Jan. 18, 1890 iKavanagh, John B 



46 izo 
49 35 

48 257 



May II, 1894 
Oct. 28, 189s 

Aug. I, " 



Keach, Charles. 



•••43 171 

I 
... i 56 523 



' 39 454 
42 223 
46 340 



Kearney, Michael, vs. George 
A. Smith, George S. 
Campbell and John Ken- 

I non, etc 

I Keating, James P., as Clerk 
ol Court of Special Sessions 
of City and CouJity ol 
New York, vs. Ashbel P. 
Fitch, as Comptroller 

Keating, Richard 



Damages for loss ol services of plaintiff's sod 
Frank by personal injuries caused by evplo* 
sion of gas in 39th St., bet. 8th and 9th aves., 
$15,000. 

Damages for personal injuries resulting from 
falling on ice nn the crossAvalk at T03d sL 
and 2d ave., December 30, 1894, f 10,000. ^ 

Damages for Joss of services of Grace D. Kane, 
by reason of personal injuries received Aug. i, 
1S95, on sidewalk at No. 1368 Third ave., 
$1,000. 

Damages for psrsonal injuries received by fall- 
ing on sidewalk on 3d ave., bet. 77th and 78th 
sts. Aug. 31, 18:^5, ^5;Ooo. 

Damages for personal injuries by falling on side- 
walk of oth ave., bet. 56th and 57th sts., oa 
Apr. 9, 1896, $10,000. 

For an award made to J. Preiser on lands. 
Damage Map No. 24, in the matter of open- 
ing Elast 158th st, from Railroad ave., £a=t, 
to 3d avenue, in the a^d Ward. 

For an award made te John Preiser for lands. 
Damage Map No. 64, iu the matter of open- 
ing Melrose ave., from 3d ave. east to z63d St., 
in the 23d Ward. 

Damages for personal injuries alleged to have 
been received May 5, Z894, at £ast zo9th St., 
between 3d anu Lexington aves., by being 
struck by a base-ball, $z,ooo. 

For an award made to unknown owners Cor land 
lying in the Town of Greenburgh, West- 
chester County, taken for the purposes of 
the New Aqueduct, $1,300. 



Damages to merchandise in premises at south- 
easterly corner of ist ave. and 33d st-, De- 
cember 15, 1893, by reason of defective sewer, 
$289.10. 

Salary as assistant in office of Commissioner of 
Accounts, between December 14, 1886, and 
March i, 1888, at $5 per day, $1,855. 

Damages to hor-;e and hack at 178th st. and 
3d ave., on February iz, 1894, $500. 

Damages for assault and battery, August 15, 
i8p5, at Central Islip, L. I., $co,ooo. 



Keating, Timothy 



May 25, 1892 
Dec. 27, 1897 

I 

Mar. 18, 1890 Keegan, Francis 
Oct. 7, 1891 
May 15, 1894 



Keegan, Hugh, 



Kelioe, William J., vs. 
Thomas A. Brown, Ber- 
nard Duffy, The Mayor, 
etc., and the Board of 
Park Comraissionerb 



To restrain paymg out ol appropriation for 
Court of Special Sessions and Police Courts 
except amount in excess of amount required 
to pay plaintiff, etc. 

To recover back amount paid at corporation 
sale for non-payment of taxes of 1868 and 
1869, on premises No. 578 Gold St.. $926.29. 

For extra work as Detailed Sweeper in Street 
Cleaning Department, from Feb. 26, 1895, to 
Nov. II, 1897, $565.50. 

Fur salary as Detailed Laborer in Department 
of Public Works, between July 15 and Sep- 
tember 25, ib89, $124. 

For balance of salary as Keeper of the City 
Prisons, between November 25, 1890 and 
August I, 1891, $580 82. 

To foreclose lien for labor performed, carting 
and delivering mould for top-dressing for 
Battery and other parks, under contract of 
defendant Brewn, in April, 1894, ^603. 



39 



Schedule i — Suits against the City, etc. 



Court. 



Regis- 
ter 
Folio. 






Supreme . . . ■ 56 347 

" . . . ' 37 302 

...'45 222 

i 

1 
I 

I 
... 57 168 

• • • , 57 27 
• • • j 49 347 

I 
...24 143 

** ... 48 143 

I 

• • • i 45 425 

*' . . . : 48 150 

I 

•••I 57 96 
i 

! 
** ... 52 436 

47 4115 

••; 56 217 
I 
56 400 

27 369 



"When 

Commenced. 



Nov. 29, 1897 
Mar. 5, 1888 
Dec. II, 1893 

" 3^ 1897 



" 31. " 



Feb. 24, 1896 
May 8, 1879 

July 3, 1895 

Feb. 14, '* 
July 6. " 

Dec. 31, 1897 

Dec. 31, 1896 

Aug. 15, 1895 

Nov. I, 1897 
Dec. 7, " 
Mar. 27, 1895 



Title of Action. 



Keil, William, Jr. 



Nature of action. 



Keleher, John J., vs. George 
A. Hess 



Kellogg. Edwin C 



Kelly, Anna T., as executrix 
of John Kelly, deceased. . . ' 
Kelly, James E , 



Kelly, James R. F. 



Kelly, John, as Comptroller, 
vs. Roswell D. Hatch etal. 



Kelly, Michael. 
Kelly. Philip J. 



53 


35 


Jan. 16, 1897 


56 


421 


Dec. 8, " 


53 


17 


Jan. 8, •• 



49 174 

48 331 

53 148 

44 Z16 



39 57 



39 56 



57 14 
40 24s 

42 151 



Kelly, Walter D., vs. The 
Mayor, etc., and Metro- 
politan Railway Company. 

Kennedy. Rachel L.. as ad- 
ministratrix, etc., of Joseph 
Lenox, deceased 

Kennedy, Sarsfield 



Kennedy, Thomas 



Kenny, Charles J . 



Dec. 24, 1895 
Sept. 13. " 
Feb. x8, 1897 



Jan. 20, 1893 



July 3, 1889 



Dec. 30, 1897 
" 29, 1890 

Sept. 4, 1891 



Kenny, John 



Kenny, Robert, on behalf 
of himselt and of all per- 
sons similarly situated, vs. 
James J. Martin, Charles 
H. Murray, Michael Ker- 
win, Avery D. Andrews 
and Thomas F. Burns 

Kent, Horace M 



To recover amount paid Department of Public 
Works for permit to cover area way to prem- 
ises at 9th ave.and 53d St., $360. 

Damages for alleged assault and battery, false 
arrest and imprisonment, February 4, z888, 
at No. 346 Madison St., $7,500. 

Damages for loss of services of Sarah M. 
Kellogg (wife) by reason of personal in- 
juries received by falling on the sidewalk 
at 135th St., between 5th and 6th aves., 
March 26, 1891, $2,1x6.50. 

Summons only served. 

For services as medical expert to inquire into 
sanity of Michael Fiona, $150. 

Balance due under contract for buildine boiler- 
house, tower, etc., at New Aqueduct, bet. loth 
ave. and the Harlem river, in 1894 and 1895, 
^6,300. 

To recover back (on defendant's bond, executed 
May 16, 1871) amount paid to Sarah C. Hatch 
for taxes of 1886 on premises No. 4 Stone 
St., $368.14. 

Damages for personal injuries received by fall- 
iag OB sidewalk at No. 126 West 65th st., 
Jaauary 26, 1895, $5,000. 

Sumaions only isrved. 

Damages for personal injuries received Febru- 
ary 22, 1855, by falling in hole between rail- 
road tracks in Church St., $20,000. 

Summons only served. 



For extra labor, etc., as an employee in the 
Department of Public Works, bet.Jan. i, 1892, 
and Jan. x, 1895, $1,000. 

Damages for personal injuries received Sep- 
tember 8, 1894, by being thrown from a 
buggy on Bradhurst ave., near X45th St., 
$25,000. 

Damages for personal injuries received on West 
St. by reason of defective pavement, $5,000. 

For difference in wages as Carpenter in Park 
Department bet. $4 and $31.50 per day, $22. 

To restrain interference with billiard and pool 
playing on Sunday, at No. 8x Mott st. 



Kenyon, David A. 



Ker, Margaret, and Eliza 
Striker, vs. The Mayor, 
etc., etal 

Kerby, John 



Kerr, Thomas F. 



Kemochan, Eliza S. (Matter 
of) 

Kemochan, James P., and 
another, as trustees, etc.. 
vs. Thomas Brennan and 
wife. The Mayor, etc., of 
the City of New York et al. 

Kessel, Charles 



Kessel, Charles L. 



Kiefer, Louisa 

Kiely, James F., adminis- 
trator, etc 

Kilpatrick, Eldward 



Damages for personal injuries caused by falling 
in hole in East 35d st., bet. ist ave. and East 
river, on Aug. 20, 1896, $15,000. 

To recover amount of assessment paid for regu- 
lating, etc., J)yckman St., $312.50. 

Suit for partition of certain real estate. 



Summons only served, 
do 

For an award made for property taken for 

school site at East Houston and Essex sts., 

$x7,763.6o. 
To foreclose a mortgage on premises at the 

southeast corner of Water and Market 

sts., $35,000. 



Damages to contents of premises on west side 

of 8th ave , 50 feet south of 155th St., April 

25, 1889, $i,X4o. 
Damages to contents of premises on south side 

of X55th St., 175 feet west from west side 

of 8th ave., April 25, X889, $4,705. 
Summons only served. 
Damages caused by overflow from drain a 

East x6sd st., $xo,ooo. 
Summons only served. 



40 



Schedule i— Suits against the City, etc. 




Supreme .. 






57 97 
37 *54 



37 155 

43 z88 

49 172 

48 66 



* B • 


53 


396 


• • • 


56 


242 


• • ■ 


56 


35' 


• • ■ 


47 


353 


• • • 


tb 


373 


• * • 


55 


443 


• • • 


55 


444 


• • • 


55 


414 


• • • 


55 


445 



Dec. 31. " 
" 34, 1887 



" 24 '• 



Sept, x8, 189X 

Dec. 24, 1895 
May 25, " 

Apr. 24, 1897 

Nov. TO, " 



•• 30, " 



Ma'-. 25, 1895 

Feb. 8, 1894 

S::pt.30, 1897 

" 30. " 



Title of Action. 



Kilpatrick, Edvvard. 



Nature op Action. 



To declare void assessment for reg^ulating, etc.. 
Avenue B, and to recover the amount paid 
thereior, $2io.8a. 

Kilpatrick, Eaward ! Summons only served. 

King, Bennett J., and Ed- To have assessment for Boulevard tree-planting. 



ward J. King, Jr., execu 
tors ot the estate of Edward 
J. King, deceased, No. 2 . 



between 59th and zssth sts., on Ward No. 
I JO, Block XT34, and Ward Nos. z to 4 and 
61 to 64, Block X184, declared void and to 
recover back amount paid therefor, $90.85. 
King,, Bennett J., and Ed ward: To have assessment for St. Nicholas ave. tree- 
planting, between iioth and Z55th sts., on 
Ward Nos. 23 to 25, Block 698, and Ward Nos. 
39 to 32, Block 934, declaied void and to re» 
cover back amount paid therefor A60.25. 

Damages for per>onal injuries by fafling into an 
excavation in Waverley place on October 15, 
1890, $50,000. 

Summons only served. 



J. King, Jr., executors ol 
the estate of Edward J 
King, deceased. No. 3 . . . . 

King, Charles M 



King, Elizabeth L., and an- 
other 

Kirchner, August, vs. The 
Mayor, etc., John F. John- 
son and Patrick Maher .... 



To foreclose lien under conti act ot defendant 
Johnson for construction of armory btiildins 
on east side of Madison ave., between 9416 
and 95th sts. 

Kivlen, Charles H., vs. lo restrain defendants from interfering with 
Charles H.T. Collis, Com-j plaintiff in placing grating over certain cellars 
missioner of Public Works,] in i3Sth st. 

etc j 

Klinkowstein, Alexander, vs. To set aside a deed and to recover certain real 
Solomon Gluck, The Mayor,' property. 

etc., et al 1 

Knapp, Maria M I To recover amount of assessment paid for regn- 

' lating, etc., loth ave., from 155th to 194th sL, 

«334. ^ 

Knapp, Samuel T ' Damages to plaintifTh premises at comer of 

iSSth St. and Bradhiirst ave., by reason ot 
j change of grade of 155th st., $50,000. 
Knapp, Sheppard ' Summons only served. 



55 445 

55 446 
...55 446 

56 107 
41 220 



" 30, " 



" 30. " 



I 30» 



" 30. •' 



" 30, " 



Oct. 9, '• 

I 

! May 21, 1891 



Knickerbocker Ice Co. (No. i) For ice delivered to various City departmeot 
do 



offices, 3899,03. 
" ;li> 



do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



(No. 2) 'For ice delivered to various City department 

I offices, S965.38. 
;No. 3.For ice delivered to various City department 

I offices, $941.40. 
■ No. 4) For ice delivered to various City department 

] oflTices, ?868.ti. 
(No. 5}. For ioi: delivered to various City department 

I offices, <c)i3.24. 
(No. 6) For ice delivered to various City department 

' offices, ^724. 13. 
(No. 7) For ice delivered lo various City department 
i offices, 5494.74. 

I Knickerbocker Ice Co. (No. 8) For ice cielivered to various city departments in 
■ ^ _ 189^, $2,653.90. 

Knickerl>ocker Ice Company To restrain taking; possession of the pier and 
(The) vs. The Forty-second' premist«, of the plaintiff at the foot of West 
and Grand Street Ferry 43d st., or fiiling-in or interfering with the 
Railroad Company, The same. 
I ■ Mayor, etc., of New York,,' 

j the Department of Docksl 
i j of the City of New Yorkl 

I I et al : 

45 402 I Feb. 12, 1894 jKnobloch, Peter To recover amount of assessment paid for 155th 

I j St. regulating, grading, etc., between Eltcn 

I and Courtlandt aves., $1,112.08. 

iKnobloch, Philip To recover amount of as.sessment paid for i^sth 

; St. rr-guluting, gr-iding, etc., between Elton 
I I and Courtlandt aves, 5542. 19 

jKobel, Constantine To recover amount of assessment paid for 155th 

I St. regulating, grading, etc., between Elton 

and Courtlardt aves., $273.72 

Koch, Joseph Summons only served. 

iKochersberger, Frederick... j Damages for personal injuries and for injuries 
i to horse and wagon on April 5. 1805, at No. 

I I I 298 Kast 3d St., $587.90. 

55 124 June 12, 1897 iKoehler, Y. Hugo, vs. Wil- Summons only served. 

liam W. Flannagan, as 
trustee, The Mayor, etc., 



45 401 



45 403 



... 50 158 
... 48 62 



♦• 12, " 



" 12, •• 



June 16, 1896 
! May 23, 1895 



. . ; 45 400 ! f eb. 12. 1894 



et al. 
Kolb, Joseph. 



iTo recover amount of assessment paid for xssth 
j ^^\ regulating, grading, etc., between Hion 
I and Courtlandt aves., $514.70. 



4> 



Schedule i— Suits against the City, etc. 



Court 



Supreme 






Regis- 
ter 
Folio. 



56 ai9 



5* 
42 



316 
»94 



When 
Commenced. 



Oct. ag, Z897 



Nov. 4, 1896 
Sept. 23, 1891 



49 173 ' Dec. 34, 1895 

55 
56 
38 410 Apr. II, 1889 



88 June 2, 1897 

102 : Oct. 7, «• 



56 

45 
43 
57 
52 
43 



5«7 

347 

144 
99 



. 56 
45 



508 
8S 



36 312 



48 
57 

56 
50 



332 
93 

226 
132 



37 250 



48 358 



53 If 5 



Dec. 27, 1897 
Feb. 7, 1894 

Apr. 25, 1892 

Dec. 31, 1897 



363 I Nov. 21, 1896 



Jan. 27, 1892 



Dec. 23, 1897 
Sept. 25, 1893 

Aug. 11, 1887 

Sept. 13, 1895 
Dec. 3r, 1897 

Nov. 5, •* 
June 5, 1896 

Feb. 6. 1888 



* • • 


48 333 


• ■ • 


49 176 


• • • 


47 335 



Sept. 19, 1895 

Feb. 4, 1897 

Sept. 13, 1893 
Dec. 24. •• 
Mar. 19, " 



Title of Action. 



Koppel, Adolph 

Koster, Emma 

tCountze, Luther, as executor, 
etc., of Montague Ward, 
deceased 

Kountze, Luther, as executor, 
etc., of Montague Ward, 
deceased 

Kracke, Anna 

Knimholtz, Nathan 

Kruse, Christian (No. 3) 

Kundsten, Isabelle 

Kusier, Adolph 

Lafierty , Hugh 

Lalor, Elizabeth, as execu- 
trix, etc., of Wilham Lalor, 
deceased. 

Lamb, James, Sr 

Landon, Charles G., and 
Henry L. Hurlbut, as ex- 
ecutors of and trustees 
under the last will and 
testament of Benjamin H. 
Hutton, deceased 

Landon, Edward Hunter. . . . 

Lane, Elizabeth, an infant, by 
Michael Lane, her guardian 
ad litem, vs. The Mayor, 
etc., Henry G. Allen and 
Belle P. Huxford 

Lang, Peter 

Lang, Simon 

Langdon, Woodbury G., as 
executor, etc., of Rebecca 
Jones, deceased 

Lange, Charles 

Langers, George, vs. The 
Mayor, etc., and the East 
River Gas Co 

Langtry, Emilie Charlotte vs. 
John Newton, Commis- 
sioner of Public Works and 
John Richardson, Superin- 
tendent of Incumbrances, 
et al 

Lannon, Mary 

Langstadter, Fanoie, vs. Mary 
Rady, The Mayor, etc., 
et al 

Lantry, James H 

Laudrin. Teeney, heir, etc., 
of George Sexton, deceased 

Laverdure, Rose, by Al- 
phonse Laveriure, her 
guardian ad litem 



Nature of Action. 



For damages to premises due to flooding of 
street at 158th st. and Boulevard Lafayette^ 

<»5o- 
Summons with notice for 113,040 served. 

Summons only served. 



Summons with notice served. 



Damages for personal injuries by falling into 
excavation in sidewalk on 6th St., bet. Avenue 
A and ist ave., $10,000. 

Damages for personal injuries received by colli- 
sion ot wagons of Street Cleaning Department, 
in Essex St., $5,000. 

To have assessment for tree-planting on Boule- 
vard, between 59th and issth sts.,on Ward 
Nos. 14 to 17, Block 218, declared void and to 
recover back amount paid therefor, $38.86. 

To recover balance of award on Parcel No 207, 
in the Bronx Park proceeding, $352.43. 

To recover amount ef assessment paid for Mor- 
ris ave. regulating, etc., from X38th to X55th 
St., $936.74. 

Damages for personal injuries received on Jan- 
uary 3, 1892, by being thrown from carriage 
in 1st ave., between 43d and 44th sts., $5,000. 

Summons only served. 

For services as Police Constable in Village ot 
William sbridge, from June 6, 1895, to Jan. 1, 
1896, $250. 

Summons only served. 



To recover amount of assessment paid for regu- 
lating, etc., Dyckman St., $3,283.20. 

Damages for alleged personal injuries received 
April 23, 1893, by being thrown from wagon in 
tront of No. 34 \larket St., $20,000. 



To have assessment for 7th ave. tree-planting 
between iioth and i54ihsts., on Ward Nos. 6i 
to 64, declared void and to recover back 
amount paid therefor, $30.24. 

Summons only served. 

do 



To recover valu»i of store window broken by 
careless driving of a City cart, $27. 

Damages for personal injuries received May 18, 
1895, by falling over a gas-pipe main on loth 
ave., bet. 57th and 58ih sts., $20,000. 

To restram tearing down or interfering with 
pillars or posts erected in front of plaintiff's 
premises at No. 361 West 23d st. 



Damages for personal injuries resulting from 
falling on ice and snow on sidewalk of Park 
ave., between 105th and io6th sts., Decem- 
ber 27, 1894, $5,000. 

iTo foreclose mortgage on property at Nos. loi 
and 103 Perry st. 

Summons only served. 

do 

Damages for personal injuries received Sep- 
tember 20, 1894, by falling in hole in side- 
walk in 8th aye., between looth and loist sts., 
$10,000. 



42 



Schedule i— Suits against the City, etc. 



Court. 



Regis- ' 



TER 

Folio. 



When 



' Commenced. 



Title of Action. 



Supreme... 56 358 Dec. 1,1897 



'Lawrence, Henry L., v». The 
I Mayor, etc., Harry 
j McNally et al 



Nature op Action. 



. 50 X04 May 28, 1896 Lawrence. Mary H., vs. Jere- 
I miah J. Campion, executor, 

: ' etal 

• 5<5 369 i Dec. 3, 1897 .Lawrence. Mary H., ct al 

executors of Bryan Law- 
rt'nci', deccasca. vs. Samuel 
Sweeting ct al. vs. The 

M ayor, etc 

Feb. 21, 1895 Lawrence, Miriam 



I 



47 275 



..56 428 



53 176 



43 284 



47 07 



tthJud.Dibt.' 49 161 



Supreme . . . ; 56 444 



56 392 



Dec. 9, 1897 



Mar. X, •* 



July 25, 1892 



Nov. 26, 1894 



Dec. 21, 1895 



(( 



zo, 1897 



.. 53 
.. 22 

• •i 55 

I 
. . 4S 

.. 47 



321 
420 



204 



Nov. 22, " 



Mar. 31, " 
Sept. 28, 1877 



July 9. 1897 



Lawrence, Sara A. and Marie 
E. DeClrauw vs. John B. 
Lefferts, 'I'he Mayor, etc., 
et al 

Lawrence, William F., and 
James V. Lawrence 



Lax, Henry, vs. Francis L. 
Wellman, James C. Mont- 
gomery, Henry V. Steers, 
James Mitchell and Michael 
H. Cardozo 

Learned, Mary £ 



Leavey, William L, vs. John 
F. Harriot, Property 
Clerk, etc.. 

LeBrun, Napoleon, Pierre L. 
LeBrun and Michel M. 
LeBrun 



Ledogar, George. 



334 ] Sept. 13, 1895 

I 
206 ! Jan. 15, " 



I 



47 207 



53 

43 

I 
I 

I 

.' 39 

.:56 

. 39 

I 
I 

I 

I 

•'56 



... 56 
i 

I 

I 
i 



368 
117 

265 

277 
400 

87 



•• 25. " 



Apr. 17, 1897 

Mar. 31, 1893 

Nov. 21, 1896 
Dec. 12, 1889 

•' 7. 1897 
July 24, 1889 



Ledwith, James . . . . 
Ledwith, Thomas A, 



Lee, Ambrose . , . , 
Lee, Herbert, Sr. 



Leeson, William G. 



Leeson, William G., and 
James C. Leeson 



431 Dec. 10, 1897 
432 



•• 10, *' 



Leet, John, vs. The Mayor, 
Charles W. Collins et al.. . 

Leibfritz, John B. (In the 
Matter of) 

Lellis (or Sellis), Daniel P. . . 

Lennon, William F 

Leonard, M ichael 

Leopold, Catharine, execu- 
trix under the last will, etc., 
of Charles Leopold, de- 
ceased 

Lester, Mary H., No. i.... 



do 



No. 3 . . . . 



To foreclose lien on contract of Harry McMally 
with Board of Education, to erect school- house 
at East Broadway, Henry and Scammel sts., 

fi9<>.25. 
For the assignment of dower. 



To foreclose a mortgage on premises at 67th st. 
and Amsterdam avenue. 



Damnges for personal injuries resulting from 
falling on defective sidewalk at or near the 
comer ot 7th ave. and ^7th st., August 28, 1894, 
$5,ooc. 

I To foreclose mortgage on property on Wavcrly 
pi., near Christopher st, $9,000. 



For balance due under contract of Brendlinger 
& Nearing for alterations to arch of Croton 
Aqueduct across Nepperhan ave. in City of 
Yonkcrs, $30,041.05. 

iDamas:es for alleged false arrest and detention 
at Police Headquarters on May 37, Z893, 
$10,000. 



Damages for personal injuries resulting from 
falling on defective sidewalk at Nos. 364 and 
266 West z3xst St., on January 35, 1894, 
$10,000. 

For replevin of two tables, chips and cards 
valued at $40. 

For plans for fire engine-houses on Grand ave., 

Woodlawn Heights Z49th St., near Trinity 

ave.. No. 39 Liberty st. and 140th St., near 

loth ave., $2,100. 
Damages for injuries to horse by falling into 

se A er-hole in Avenue A, bet. x6th and 17th 

sts., $123.50. 
For sei vices as Stone-cutter and Keeper, bet. 

Aug. 12, 1891, and Nov. 1, 1895, $6,982. 
Difference in salary between $10,000 and $5,000 

from August i, 1871, to October 3, 1873, 

$11,240.82. 
For publishing notices of tax sales in the 

'' Courier ** in the Town of Westchester, $276. 
Summons only served. 

Forcof;tof retaining-wall erected by the plaintiff 
to protect premises, Ward No. 11, Block 1300, 
in the regulating, etc., of 143d St., between 
Boulevard and 12th ave., $400. 

For cost of retaining-wall erected by the plaintiff 
to protect premises. Ward No. 12, Block 1300, 
in the regulating, etc., of 143d st., between 
Boulevard and 12th ave.. $400. 

To foreclose hen for services performed as 
Watchman in the regulating, etc., of z8oth St., 
$115 50. 

For an award made to unknown owners on 
Ward No. 9, in the matter of opening Melrose 
ave., from 3d ave. to East x63d St., $1,000. 

Damages for alleged breach of contract. Inspec- 
tor of Sewers, Village of VVilliamsbridge, $350. 

Damages by reason of change of grade of 70th 
St., near xst ave., in October, Z885, $8,000. 

For difference in wages as Carpenter in Park 
Department, bet. $4 and $3.50 per day, $33.50. 

Damages b/ reason of death ot plaintiff's tes- 
tator, caused by breaking of step-ladder while 
winding clocks of Grammar School No. 77, 
January 22, 1889, $5,000. 

To recover amount of assessment paid for 
Madison ave. regulating, etc., from 42d to 73d 
sts., $5i455-2o. 

To recover amount of assessment paid for Z35th 
St. regulating, etc., from 8th ave. to Harlem 
river, $z,955.29. 



43 



Schedule i — Suits against the City, etc. 



Court 



Supreme 



«( 




U. S. Circuit 



56 433 

56 434 

56 435 

47 433 

39 332 

49 44 » 
56 134 

50 306 
45 42 

53 165 



••53 39 

..'50 141 

48 2x7 

50 452 

29 83 



Supreme ... 



«( 



<< 



41 9 

44 3x5 

44 3»4 

49 242 

56 40X 
44 230 
49 2Ao 

40 365 

49 »75 

57 98 

36 308 

36 309 



When 
Commenced. 



Title of Action. 



Dec. zo, 1897 



" 10, •• 



" 10. " 



Apr. 22, 1895 
Jan. 24, 1890 

Apr. 9, 1896 

Oct. 16, 1897 

July «i, '• 
Aug. 26, 1893 

Feb. 25, X897 

Jan. 18, " 
June 8, 1896 

July 19, 1895 

" 3'. 1896 

Sept. 12, 1882 



' 






Lester, Mary 


H., 


No. 3.... 


do 




No. 4.... 


do 




No. 5.... 



Nature of Action. 



Lester, William C 

Lethbridge, Eugene F. 



Lcvene, Joseph 



Levin, David, an infant, by 
Wolf Levin, his guardian 
ad litem 



. To recover amount of assessment paid for 5th 

ave. regulating, etc., from 130th to 138th sts., 

$367.60. 
To recover amount of assessment p:»id for r^^- 

lating, etc.. Boulevard, bet. 59th and Z55th 

sts., $136.10. 
To recover amount of assessment paid for 5th 

ave. paving, from 130th st. to Harlem river, 

$842.34. 
To recover back amount paid for taxes of 1894 

on No. 59 Barclay St., $537. 
Salary as Clerk in Department of Public Works, 

at $1,000 per annum, from January 20, 1887, 

$2,553.25. 
D.inages for personal injuries by falling on de- 
fective sidewalk at No. 178 Canal st. March 

I, 1895, $25,0^.0. 
Damages for personal injuries received at No. 28 

Clinton st., by being run over by cart of 

Street Cleaning Department, $2,000. 



Feb. IT, 1891 

June 13, 1893 
" 13. " 

Jan. ao, 1896 

Dec. 7, X897 
Apr. 22, 1H93 
Feb. 3, 1896 

Nov. XI, 1890 
Dec. 24, 1895 

'• 3'. 1897 
Aug. II, 1887 



" II, *• 



Levin, Emma B. 
Levy, Julius. ... 



Levy, Morris, v«. Charles H. 
T. CoUis, Commissioner of 
Public Works, etc 



Levy, Sarah 

Lewenstein, Carl L . 



Lewis, Albert, vs. Charles 
B.Randell 

Lewis. Amelia £., as admin- 
istratrix 

f^cwis, Edwin M., George De 
B. Keim and Stephen A. 
Cauldwell, as Receivers of 
the Philadelphia and Read- 
ing Coal and Iron Co. vs. 
The Mayor, etc., and Dock 
Commissioners 

Lewis, John P 



Lichtenstein, Benjamm. 
Lichtenstein, Lottie..., 



Lindsay, Josiah S, 



Lippig, George 

Litchfield Savings Bank. 



Littman, Morris, executor, 
etc., of Aaron Asher, de- 
ceased 

Livingston, Johnston 



Livingston, Maria, executrix, 
etc., of W. G. Livingston.. . 

Lockman, John T. au'i George 
G.Williams, as executors, 
etc., of John O. Judge, 
deceased 

Lockman, Joseph K., execu- 
tor. No. a 



Lockman, Joseph K., execu- 
tor. No. 3 



To recover am'^unt of assessment paid for io6th 

St. sewer, $356.25. 
Rent of premises No. 1104 First ave., leased of 

Annie Patterson for purposes of registration 

and polling place for general election of 1892, 

$50. 
To restrain defendants from interfering with 

plaintiff in laying grating in front of premises, 

at Lenox ave. and 137th st. 

For interest on award made in the matter of 
school site on Madison st, $120. 

Salary as Deputy Clerk of Court of General 
Sessions for May, 1896, at $5,000 per annum, 
$250. 

Damages for alleged false arrest and imprison- 
ment, July 14, 1895, $25,000. 

To foreclose a mortgage. • 

To restrain interference with waters in front ot 
wharf and bulkhead north of 28th St., North 
river. 



Salary as Inspector of Masonry on the New 
Croton Aqueduct, between June 30 and No- 
vember 20, 1889, $560. 

Damages for loss of services of Lottie Lich- 
tenstein, $2,000. 

Damages for alleged personal injuries resulting 
from falling on ice on crosswalk at comer of 
79th St. and 2d ave., March 8, 1893, $15,000. 

Damages far having been arrested on conoplaint 
of Inspector of Department of Public Works, 
July 19, 1895, for violation of a City ordinance, 
$5,00). 

For diflFerence in wages as Mason in Park De- 
partment, bet. $4 and $3.50 per day, $35. 

Summons only served. 

Damages for injuries to premises Nos. 310 and 
312 W. 39th St., May 26, 1895, by reason Af 
explosion of gas, $1,600. 

To recover amount of assessment paid for reg- 
ulating, etc., Momingside avenue, $3,789.43. 

Summons with not ice served. 

Summons only served. 



To have assessment for X42d st. sewer, between 
Boulevard and Hudson river, on Ward Nos. 33 
to 36. Block 1308, declared void and to recover 
back amount paid therefor. $r3.82. 

To have assessment for i52d st. sewer, between 
Boulevard and Hudson river, on Ward Nos. 33 
to 36, Block 1308, declared void and to recover 
back amount paid therefor, $552.38. 



SciiEUitE I— Hi'n 



*"p"ini?(r,*s!t.;? ' 



3 LariDn.AlfredH.i 



II Tuillor of Thir 
H MnkaU. (i,ie6 



idn, Alben L., appli 



^oag St., North rivB 
Wuichemter cnek. 
Aariet all^nl lo b» 



aikDcpunnienl.lron 



''urlimd under water ai 

(JO.OOO. 

"nipliu'5*EnBiii^n"l 
Janiuo-i&.SBe. M(3pert 
lu £>n.-c]uiea nxortgage. 

Jamaf^o for AllcEcd i^santt and baliery nd 
iuLie trmt md iiapriBonnient, July 30. iBos. 
hv e«iDlay«i Id Stial doming Oep^tn^ 

for pcntnal injoiiei by being smck 

" <IS^"J- 



i.' fcycatiofSnei 



.Cle» 



g.for( 
r No.i 



'^•aiii 



Lyor 


.rtln 


Lyo 


% 


Lye 


-u 


Lyo 


. R 



w from rill- 

jind M»diioii a»«i..Jimriirya7, 1887. (lo-om. 

D.m.flH rKeived hy brmg kicked by lo™. 

He.-, iii1.fr 15. iBo3, -hile in ilic employ of iha 

For diffmBM in wnt!« 11 PaiDter in ParkDc- 

I pjrlmenl, b«.i.ii;dsj.50perd»», lii.BS- 
T^iuxo.! poiedftrrtie yean ifed^ andiho 

wlihlii th iiiriiDJ High Biidge Parkliecaii- 

For a»^rd mode in the miuer of opening St. 

Msry 1 St. to ,6ao. 
rorawatdmndim Ihe matter of opening Wala 
Damigo 'for perwial in^uriee by falliag on 



Arthur I.: Fredirick 
■-*'^ J=j"J.L. Gwy« 

idh«™DonalXjJ). 



7th a. 



only « 



Ft.isllarya! Laborer in Deplrlment of Public 
World, froni May 14 M Sepiember i, 1889, 

Dani™ci Jnr pMTonil mjuries by felling on J5, 
fective^dtwjltit 7tha.<.,strearo( Brawl- 
way Theilre, Mar. .«, .te«.»io,ooo. ^^ 

Dainagei Jurlo^inr hone by filling into ••"• ■ 



int. bel. (4 and $1.50 pw day, (■4,50. 



45 



Schedule i — Suits against the City, etc. 



Court. 



Supreme . , . 




56 293 



48 100 



. . 50 131 



<« 



«( 



u 



(I 



If 



«( 



II 



« 



When 

Commenced. 



Nov. 2i, 1897 



June 13, 1895 



5, 1896 



41 284 ** II, 1891 
••• 55 4*8 I Sept. 30, " 



... 56 512 

...! 52 441 

42 127 

. . 48 220 



56 349 



37 222 



50 311 



. •• 50 310 



56 249 



47 64 



57 loi 



35 70 



35 122 



38 55 



41 386 



4x «8s 



41 413 



48 335 
5a 437 



Dec. 23, 1897 

" 31, 1896 
Sept. I, 1891 

• 

July 19, 1895 

Nov. 30, 1897 
Jan. 20, 1888 



July 23, 1896 



" 23, " 



Nov. II, 1897 



Nov. 23, 1894 



Dec. 31, 1897 



Dec. I, 1886 



« * n^ ' I 



July 23, 1888 



June zx, 1891 



" II, •* 



July 15. " 



Sept. X3, 1895 
Dec. 31, 1896 



Title of Action. 



Nature of Action. 



Mack, Michael J, 



Mackintosh, James, rs. The 
Mayor, etc.. The Board 
of Education, et al 

MacKnight Flintic Stone Co. 



Maclay, Robert. . . 
Magee, Catherine. 



Magin, Susan. . 
Maher, Daniel. 



Maher, Ed ward,Thoma« Rob- 
inson and James Flockhart 
vs. The Mayor, etc., of 
New York et al 

Maher, Edward, a«d James 
Flockh.^rt, vs. James Buck- 
ley, Owen Toher, The 
Mayor, etc., et al 

Maher, Edward and James 
Flockhart vs. Frank Frost, 
The Mayor, etc., et al 

Mahon, Bernard, vs. Mayor, 
etc., Anna M. Guilfoyle 
and Michael J. Kin?, mdi- 
vidually and as administra- 
tor of Wm. Guilfoyle, de- 
ceased 



To recover amount due urcer coniruct with 
Town of Williamsbridge, as Supervising En- 
gineer of Sewers, from May 18, 1895, to Nov. 
II, 1^97, $8,630. 

Summons with notice served. 



For amount claimed to be due for making water- 
tight boiler-room, etc., of 7th District Police 
Court, $8,890. 
Summons only served. 

Damaees for personal injuries received on the 
southeasterly corner of Columbus ave. and 
70th ft., $2,500. 
To recover amount of assessment paid for regu- 
lating, etc., Dyckman st.. $1,031.50. 
For services as Inspector of Sewers, in the Vil- 
lage of Williamsbridge, $750. 
To foreclose lien against moneys due under 
1 contract of defendants McDonald & Fallon, 
j for building sewer in loih ave., west side, 
' between 178th and 190th sts., $2,043.45. 
To foreclose lien under contracts of defendants 
' Buckley and Toher, for construction of sewer 
I in 176th St.,. Bathgate, Washington and Van- 

derbilt aves., $114. 
Summons only served. 



Maier, Marks 



Maier, Rebecca, an infant by 
Charles S. Sinsheimer, her 
guardian ad litem 

Mairs, Charles F., and Mat- 
thew C. Lewis 



Malard, Nellie. 



Mali, Henry and Harold H^r- 
rirk, as executors of H. 
Herrick, deceased 

Mali, Henry W. T., Henry L. 
Cammann and Isabella M. 
Cammann, an infant, by 
Henry W. T. Mali. guardian 
adlitem, No. X 

Mali, Henry W. T., Henry L. 
Cammann and Isabella M. 
Cammann, an infant, by 
Henry W. T. Mali, her 
guardian ad litem, vs. 
George W. Birdsall 

Mali, Henry W. T., Henry L. 
Cammann and Isabella M. 
Cammann, an infant, by 
Henry W. T. Mali, her 
guardian ad litem. No. a. . . 

Mali, Henry W. T., as exec- 
utor, etc., of William W. 
Mali, deceased 

Mali, Henry W. T., as exec- 
utor, etc., of H. S. Mali, 
deceased 

Mallahan, Matthew 



To enforce the lien of a judgment ol tained 
against Anna M- Guilfoyle in favor of plamtifi 
hercm, for $2,428.26, upon moneys due or to 
become due on contract of William Guilfoyle, 
for regulating, etc., Edgecombe ave., and to 
restrain the City from paying and the co- 
defendants from receiving, etc. 

For loss of .services of plaintiff's daughter, 
Rebecca Maier, on account of persoucd in- 
juries, $3,000. 

Damagps for personal injuries by falling on 
sidewalk at spring and Crosby st?., on March 
26, 1896, $20,0C0. 

Balance claimed under contract for construction 
of Pelham Road Drawbridge in Pelham Bay 
Park, $4,160.25. 

Damages for personal injuries resulting from 
falling on obstructed sidewalk at No. 37 Great 
Jones St. on June 23, 1894, $5,000, 

Summons only served. 



Damages for alleged trespass and tearing down 
fence on plaintiffs'* lands in 24th Ward, at 



Malley. William 



Ma lion, James. 



Macomb's Dam road 
August, 1886, $3o,o(»o. 



and Harlem river. 



Damages for alleged trespass and tearing down 
fence, etc., on plaintifTs' land at Macomb's 
Dam road and Harlem river, in 24th Ward, 
in August and September, x886, $15,000. 



Damages for alleged trespass on plaintifTs' land, 
at Harlem river and road leading to Ma- 
comb's Dam, in 24th Ward, between March 
8 and July 14, 1887, $30,000. 



Summons only served. 



do 



Balance of salary as Inspector of Masonry oa 
the New Aqueduct, during the months ot 
January, Feoruary and December, x888, 
and January, 1889, $305.76, and for extra 
work, $1x4. 

Summons only served. 

For services as Inspector of Sewers in the Vil- 
lage of Williamsbridge, $7Sq. 



46 



Schedule i— Suits against the Ci'i.'Y, etc. 



Court. 



Supreme ... 



Regis- 
ter 
Folio. 



«« 



(I 



«i 



<< 



«( 



«i 



«• 






t< 



. . • 
... 



«( 



When 

commenxed. 



53 X42 Oct. 13, 1896 



49 »95 



42 36A 



41 287 

57 103 

26 388 



• 37 342 



Dec. 31, 1895 



12, 1891 



June II, " 



38 254 



45 63 



43 366 

35 246 

56 353 

56 380 

52 x88 

•.•36 4^3 

35 345 



44 2'Ji 
56 496 



Dec. 



Mar. 29, 1888 



TiTLK OF Action. 



Maloney, Joseph, as Trustee, 
etc. vs. Roger P. O'Neil, 
et al 

Mandoni, Joseph, vs. The 
Mayor, etc., William E. 
Nolan, Ellsworth Fowler 
et al 

Manhaitan Electric-light Co. 
(Limitcdj 



Nature of Action. 



Manhattan Iron Co. 



31, 1897 Manh^ittan Life Insurance Co. 

10, 1880 Manhattan Railway Co. vs. 
Jacob F Wenman et al., 
Park Commissioners and 

The Mayor, «tc 

Manhattan Railway Co. vs. 
Mavoi, etc., George W. 
McLean, Receiver of 
Taxes.Theodore W.Myers, 
as Comptroller, and the 
New York Elevated Rail- 
road Co 

Jan. 14, 1889 -Manhattan Railway Co., vs. 
ITie Mayor, etc., George 
W. McLean, Receiver of 
Taxes, and Theodore W. 
Myers, as Comptroller .... 



Sept. 16, 1893 



8. 1892 



Feb. 21, it87 



Nov. 



(I 



Oct. 

Sept. 
Mar. 



Apr. 
Dec. 



30, 1897 
18, " 
26, 1896 
20, 1887 
15, " 



22, 189^ 
22, 1897 



Manhattan Railway Co. and 
the Metropolitan Railway 
Co. vs. Chri<itiana O'SuUi- 
van, Eugene O'Sullivan, 
Vincent J. O'Sullivan, 
Percy B. O'Sullivan and 
Ernest P. O'Sullivan, 
adults, Charles A. O'Sulli- 
van, an iniant of the age of 
more than fourteen years, 
and The Mayor, etc., of the 
City of New York (Matter 

of) 

Maaheimer, Morris, vs. Wil- 
liam H. Muldoon, The 
Mayor, etc., of the City of 
New York 

Manley, Laura M 



Manning. Annie M , 



Manning, Cornelius. 



For an order directing the Comptroller to pay 
Clerk of Arrears #1,0x3.33, on account of 
certain assessments. 

To foreclose lien on contract of defendant Nolan 
for construction of portion of highway crossing 
East Branch of Reservor " D,** in Town of 
Kent, Putnam County, between May a8 and 
August 3, 1895, 5940. 

~ less of profits and for 
connection poles, etc.. 



Damages by reason of 
destruction of wire, 

*56.57i-35- 
Summons only served. 

do 
Injunction to restrain defendants from removing 
tracks from the Battery. 



To have assessment for taxation upon capital 
stock and personal property of plamtifi* and 
defendant New York Elevated Railroad Co. 
for 1887 reduced, and to restrain collection of 
the taxes based upon such valuation. 



To have assessment upon capital stock and per- 
sonal property of plaintitf for year i8$8, in 
$9,509.8x6 and of New York Elevated Railroad 
Co., in $2,063,4x2 declared to be unequal by 
reason of over valuation, and to enjoin de- 
fendants from collecting balance ot 40 per 
cent. ($74,1x1.90 and $16,080.58). 

Relative to acquirin;^ title to premises Nos. 92, 
148, 150 and 152 Pearl st. 



52 125 

... I 50 169 

57 105 

48 33^ 



22, 



Oct. 2, X896 
June 
Dec. 
Sept. 



Manpil, Annie, an in ant, by 
Louis Manpil, her guardian; 
ad litem ' 

Mansfield, Willam, vs. The 
Mayor, etc., and Edward 
Gustaveson j 

Mapes, John A 



Mariners' Savings Bank 

Marks, Louis, vs. John F. 

Harriot, Property Clerk. . . 
Marks, Mary E., vs. The 

Mayor, etc., and Jasper 

Owen 

Marks, Selig, vs. The Mayor, 

etc., and Samuel 1. Morris. 



31. 1897 
13. 1895 



Marscb, John Edward, as ex- 
ecutor of Ralph Marsch, 
d::cca<;ed 

J Marshall, George A 



To foreclose a mortgage executed by Muldoon 
and wife to the plaintiff, on December 21, 1889. 

To have assessment for xxoth and Z24th sts. 

underground drains, on Ward Nos. 34 and 25*, 

Block 707, declared void and to recover baclc 

amount paid therefor, $54.60. 
Damages for personal injuiies by falling from 

bicycle on defective pavement of Lenox ave. 

near X 16th St., $500. 
For amount due under contract with Board of 

Education for alterations to Grammar School 

No. 7, $1,680. 
Damages for personal injuries received by fall- 
ing on sidewalk in front of No. 2 Norfolk st. 

April 29, 1896, $5,000. *' 

Balance claimed to be due under contract for 

constructing Mill Brook drains in 23d Ward 

$I,OOC. 

To have assessment for 147th st., 8th ave. and 
145th St. sewers, from St. Nicholas ave. to 
Hudson river, declared void and t« recover 
back amount paid therefor, $117.03. 

Sumraens only served. 

To replevin certain postage stamps in possession 
of defendant, $350. 

Damages for personal injuries by falling on de- 
fective sidt-walk at No. 105 East 24th st on 
Feb. 7, X896, $5,000. '* 



Damages for personal injuries resulting froi 
falling on snow and ice on sidewalk at No 2( 



2d St. Feb. 28, 1896, $10,000. 
Summons only served. 



do 



a62 



47 



Schedule i — Suits against the City, etc. 



Court. 



Supreme . . . 



Regis- 
ter 
Folio. 



55 430 

55 333 
46 149 

56 39Q 
44 199 

49 293 



43 152 

44 »9o 

35 188 

44 23 

56 408 

45 143 

48 78 

46 381 

57 104 
50 128 

46 137 
48 Z16 

47 229 

52 346 
56 4«?4 
44 342 

56 405 

53 534 
56 404 
44 134 

44 135 



When 

Commenced. 



Sept. 25, 1897 



Nor. 
Aug. 
May 

Dec. 
Apr. 



6, 1896 
3i 1897 

31, 1894 

7. J897 
7. 1893 



Title of Action. 



Marsick, Alfred, James J. 
Coogan, Edward V. Coo- 
gan and Thomas Coogan, 
ads. The Mayor, etc 

Martin, Andrew 

Martin B. Brown Co 

Martin, John L 

Marvin, Frank 

Marvin, Willis B. (Matter of). 



Feb. 5,1196 Marxen, Theodore, vs. N. Y. 

I Mutual Gas-liji:ht Co., 

i Equitable Gas-light Co., 

The Mayor, etc., and 

j Eugene ].' Flood 

Sept. 4,1891 Mason, Alice 



Nature of Action. 



May 25, 1893 



Jan. 2, 1887 



Nov. 22, 1892 



Mason, Julia F 



Mathews, Edward. 



Mawbey, George W. (Matter 
of) 



Dec. 7, 1897 Maxwell, David A 

Oct. 36, 1893 Majcwell, Marguerite L. 



June I, 1895 I May, John A. 



Sept. 14, 1894 Mayston, William, vs. Charles 

I H.Webb 

Dec. 31, 1897 McAleenan, Henry 



June 3, 1896 McAnany, John. 



26, 1894 
20, 1895 



May 
June 

Feb. 5, " 

Dec. 7, 1896 

" 7. 1897 

June 30, 1893 



McBnde, John . 
McBride, Mary. 



McCaffrey. Thomas H., vs. 
James Fitzgeraid 



To recover amount due for breach of contract 
for building sewer in Melrose ave., (6,641.58. 



To recover amount of assessment paid for reg- 
ulating, etc., x43d St., from St. Ann's to MiU- 
brook ave., $iii.ap. 

For printing for various City Departments fur- 
nished bet. Aug. 30, 1895, ana Jan. 3, 1897, 
$5.0x6.80. 

Balance of salary as Watchman at the Corpora- 
tion Yard at xz9th st. and St. Nicholas ave.. 
between December 31, 1892, and April 9, 
1894, 4560. 

For difference in wages as Painter in Park De- 
partment, bet. $4 and $3.50 per day, in. 

For awards made on Damage Map Nos. 3, 35A 
and 36A, in the maiter of opening z87di St., 
from Amsterdam ave. to Kingsbridgc rd., 

11.675- 
Damages for personal injuries caused by ex- 
plosion of gas in 39th St., bet. 8tti and 9th 
ares., Oct. 2, 1895, |5,ooo. 



Summons only served. 

Damages for alleged personal injuries caused by 
falling on ice and snow on 84th St., between 
Columbus and Amsterdam ares., on March 
8| 1893. iS,*oo. 

To recover back excess of assessment for Church 
St. paving, Fulton to Morris st., on Ward Nos. 
416, 403 and 381, $1,308.28. 

For an award made on Parcel No. (o, in the 
■latter of opening Melrose ave., from 3d ave. 
to z63d St., $152. 'o. 

For difference in wages as Mason in Park De- 
partment, bet. $4 and $3.50 per day, $60.37. 

Damages for personal injuries alleged to have 
been received April 23. 1893, by beinc; thrown 
from wagon at No. 34 Monroe st, $20,000. 

Summons only served. 

Damages for false arrest and imprisonment. 

$50,000. 
Summons only served. 

Summons with notice for $315 served. 

For services as Janitor and cleaning rooms of 
Primary School No. 12, in Augusr, September 
and October, 1892, at $64 per month, $265. 

Damages for personal injuries alleged to have 
been received January 17, 1895, by falling into 
an opening on sidewalk opposite No. ixz 
Charlton St., $30,000. 

Damages for alleged false imprisonment in the 
City Prison of New York, from November a8. 



Dec. 



(( 



Jan. 



•( 



7. 1897 
28, " 

7. •' 
aS, 1893 

28, «* 



McCarthy, Dennis C. 
McCarthy, John J . . . 
McCarthy, Julia 



McCarthy, Michael.., 
McCarthy, Patrick M . 



McCauce, John , 



McConncll, Benton, vs. Will- 
lam H. Muldoon and The 
Mayor, etc., of the City of 
New York 

McConnell, Benton, vs. Will- 
iam H. Muldoon and The 
Mayor, etc., of the City of 
New York 



1804. to January 14, 18^5, $25,000. 
orbs" 



For balance oi salary as Inspector of Buildings, 
$122. 

For difference in wages as Mason in Park De- 
partment, bet. $4 and (3.50 per day, $29.12. 

Damages for alleged personal injuries received 
by falling on ice and snow on sidewalk on the 
easterly side of West St., between Canal and 
Watts sts., on March 3, 1893, $5,000. 

For difference in wages as Carpenter in Park 
Department, bet. $4 and $3. 50 per day, $24.50. 

For extra work on Sundays as Hostler in Street 
Cleaning Department, $85.68. 

For difference in wajes as Mason in Park De- 
partment, bet. $4 and $3.50 per day, $34.50. 

To foreclose a mortgage on premises at 13th st. 
and Avenue C ; City a judgment creditor. 



To foreclose a mcrtgage on premises at T3th st, 
and Avenue C ; City a judgment creditor. 



48 



Schedule i — Suits against the City, etc. 



Court. 



Supreme . . . 



«< 



Regis- 
ter 
Folio. 



44 449 



48 
40 



338 
252 



40 253 



: 47 



40 



39 



47 



. . . ; 38 
...;38 

53 

55 

. 56 
43 

56 
56 

. .. 56 

...|56 
...! 49 

. .. 5^ 

..J 45 
145 

i 
...'56 

I 

...I 56 
...■56 

... I 56 

I 

...I £0 



449 
29 

233 
272 

278 
2; 9 

179 

93 

405 
125 
406 
406 
438 

407 
351 

347 

376 

4M 

408 

408 
409 

267 : 
I 
I 
6 



When 

Commenced. 



July 27, 1893 

Sept. 13, 1:95 
Aug. 2, iSj^o 

•♦ 2. •' 

Apr. 25, 1895 

" i5» 1890 

Nov. 13, 1889 

Feb. 20, 189s 



Title of Action. 



Nature of Action. 



McConnell. Patrick, vs. John Summons only served. 

Canaher, John Summer-' 

hayes and The Mayor, «?tc.,j 

of the City of New York . . 1 

McCool, Peter do 

McCorniack, Rosa, et al . . . . 



McCormack, Rosa. 



do 
do 



McCormick, Thomas. 



;McCrimlisk, Stephen, 



McCuUough, John H, 



Jan. 12, XS89 |McDermott, William B., vs. 

■ Daniel Doogan, No. i 

jMcDcrmott, William B., vs 
Daniel Doogan, No. 2 



" 12, " 



Mar. I, 1897 

June 5, *' 

Dc". 7, " 

Apr. 8, 1892 

Dec. 7, 1897 



McDonald, John, vs. Maurice 
Fitzgerald, The Mayor, 
ftc, et al 



/» 



*• ID, " 



" 7. " 



iMcElroy, Daniel S. 



47 195 



. 50 
. 47 
. 52 



139 
419 

4' 



55 172 



Feb. 25, 1&96 

Dec. 7, " 
Feb. 8, 1891 
Sept. 27, " 

Doc. 7, 1897 



/ , 



/> 



Nov. 16, " 
Apr. 14, i*?96 

Jan. 23, 1895 

June 6, 1896 
Apr. 16, 1895 
Sept. 4, 1896 



McCormick, John For wages as District Superintendent of the 

. S reet Cleaning Department from April 25, 

1894, to March 5, 1895, 4246.86. 
.Salary as Inspector ot Masonry on New Aque- 
duct, between September 4, 1889, and Feb- 
ruary 12, 1890, ^^640. 
Damages for alleged personal injuries resulting 
from being thrown oflT ice wagon at No. 3x0 
Henry St., August 3T, 1889, $r,ooo. 
Damages for personal injuries alle^^ed to have 
1) en received January 6, 1895, by falling^ on 
ice and snow on sidewalk at southeast comer 
Front and Roosevelt sts., $5,000. 
Damages fur alleged assault and battery, De- 
cember 24, x888, $5,0x3. 
Damages for alleged slander, December 34, x888 
at Butler's saloon, corner 3d avenue and looth 
St., $5,000. 
I'o foreclose lien under contract of Maurice 
Fitzgerald with Street Cleaning Department, 
$105. 
McDonald, John B., vs. The. To foreclose hen for regubting, etc., Jerome 
Mayor, etc., Charles W.i ave., from Wolf pi. to X90th St., $6,086.49. 

Collins et al | 

McDonald, Patrick ! For difference in wages as Mason in Park De- 

I partment, bet. $4 and $3.50 per day, $23. 

McDonald, William Salary as Foreman in the Department ot Public 

Parks, from April X4 to June 23, 1886. $345. 

McDonnell, Lawrence :for difference in wages as Carpenter in Park 

I Department, bet.$j and $3.50 per day, $15. 

MoDonough, Michael I'or difference in wages as Carpenter in Park 

Department, b^t. $4 and $3.50 per day, $42.50. 
To recover amount of assessment paid for 
Boulevard regulating, etc., bet. sgth and xssth 
sts., 4409.25. 
For dilTeronce in wages as Mason in Park De- 
partment, bet. ii and $3.50 i>er day, $26. 13. 

McGann, James Damngcs tor per>onal injuries resulting from 

falling ir.to excavation at *' OverlooK ** in 
I Corlears Hook Park, Nov. xg, 1895, $10,000. 

McGeraghty, Bernard for balance of salary as Inspector of Buildings, 

I $57-76. 
McGirr, Mary Ann, and'S.inimons only served. 

Delia Frame ' 

McGuinness, James, an infant. Damages for personal injuries sustained by 
bv William McGninnc'ss,^ falling on sidewalk in front of public school 

his guardian ad litem | at No. 216 East iibth st., on February 28, 1894. 

McGuinness, John For diflercnce in wages as Mason m Park De- 

; partment, bet. $4 and $3.50 per day, $43. 

McGuinness, Owen jFor difference in wages as Carpenter in Park 

Department, bet. $4 and $3.50 per day, $23.4^. 

McGuire, Christopher For difference in wages as Mason in Park De- 

j p.nrtment, bet. $4 and $3.50 per day, $11. 

McGuire, Mary A ; To recover inter st on an award for property 

I taken for a school site at No. 114 Hester st, 
' f 100. 

McHugh, James Damages for personal injuries by a kick from 

I horse driven by plaintiff for Street Cleaning 
Department, Dec. 9, 1895, at dock of West 

47th St., gto.OCO. 

McKay, Andrew, vs. John Damages fv)r alleged assault and battery and 
^' ' fjlse arrest and imprisonment on January g 

1805, at No. 162 East ixoth st., ftio.ooo. 
Salary as A^^sistant Engineer in the Department 

of Public Works for April, 1896, £4x6.66. 
Damages for assault and battery March 6* 1805 

$5,1 00. 
Damigcs for personal injuries received Mar. 23 

X896, by slipping on ice on adewalk of 56tli 

St., bet. 9th and loth aves., $5,000. 
For labor performed, etc., on Grammar Schools 

Nos. 57, 60, 76 and 83, $693.25. 



McGahan, Thomas. 



Boyle 
McKay, John E. (No. 4). 



McK\y, Thomas, vs. C'aas. 

I Garrison 

McKearnan, An-^a 



June 29, X897 iMcKee, Eleanor, administra- 
trix, etc., vs. The Bv>ard of 
Education 



49 



Schedule i— Suits against the City, etc. 



Court. 



Supreme . . . 



41 



City 

Supreme . . 









Regis- 
ter 
Folio. 



39 
40 

23 
39 



49 
40 



39 

41 

47 
.. 56 
48 



49 
52 



57 
53 



56 
56 



56 
33 



53 
45 



41 

55 



457 
128 

293 

144 

478 



177 

17 

290 



56 140 



48 97 



456 

396 

398 
409 

375 



192 
83 



56 119 



6 
365 



47 438 



420 
300 



464 
370 



177 
393 



288 
82 



When 

Commenced. 



Title of Action. 



Mar. 18, 1890 
June XI, " 



Mar. 



II, 1891 

as, 1878 
25, 1890 



McKeon, Henry. 



McKesson, John, et al, 
trustees of estate of Mary 
E. Field 

McKesson, John, as execu- 
tor, etc., of John McKes- 
son, deceased 

McKone, James ,.... 



Dec. 
Apr. 
Sept. 



24. 1895 

17. 1896 

10, 



McLaughlin, John 



Nature of Action. 



For salary as Skilled Laborer on repairs and 
leaks in Dcp.irtment of Public Works, be- 
tween May 25 and Sept. 19, 1889, $247.50. 

Summons only served. 



I McLaughlin, Martha J . 
do 

McLaughlin. Neil, 
other, vs. John 
et al , 



and an 
O'Brien' 



Oct. 19, 1897 McLean, John J., vs. The 
Board for the Park Avenue 
Improvement above xo6th 
st 

McMahon, Percy H., vs. The 
Mayor, etc., John B. Dev- 
lin, individually and as ad- 
ministrator, etc., et al 

McN ally, William 



June 12, 1895 



Mar 

July 

Apr. 
Dec. 
Sept. 



18, 1890 

13, 1891 

5, 1895 

7. 1897 

24. 1895 



do 



Damages on contract for regulating Mad ison 
ave., from 99th to 105th St., $90,000. 

Salary as Teamster employed by Commissionet 
of Public Works, between December 15, x888, 
and March 17, 1889, and from June 11 to July 
I J, 1889, $424. 

Summons- with notice served. 

Summjns with notice for $150.25 served. 

Balance claimed to be due or labor and ma- 
terials furnished O'Brien & Clark in con- 
struction of New Aqueduct between points 
"L " and "K," $288,689.23. 

Injunction to restrain forfeiting or terminating 
of contract or taking performance of work 
from plaintiff. 



Dec. 

Sept. 



30, ♦' 
18, 1896 



McNamara, William. 



do 



McNulty, Patrick. 



McNu'ty, Patrick. 



Dec. 
Apr. 



Dec. 
Nov. 



Dec. 
Jan. 



Mar. 
Jan. 



June 
May 



30. " 

22, 1894 

8, 1897 

24. " 

10, " 
18, 1886 

* 

I, 1897 

22, 1894 



II, 189X 
29, 1897 



That amount adjudicated to be due plaintiff 
($23,531.53) may be brought to the Court for 
determination of the several claims and rights 
of the different parties to action. 

For salary as Laborer in Department of Pubiic 
Works between December 8, 1888, and Octo- 
ber 4, 1889, $441. 

Balance of salary as Inspector of Mas:)nry on 
the New Aqueduct, from December, 1888, to 
January, 1891, $2,956. 

Salary as Keeper of the City Prison, from De- 
cember j6, 1892, at $75 per month^ $1,987.50. 
McNevins, Henry For difference in wages as Mason in Park De- 
partment, bet. $4 and $3. 50 per day, $29. 

For himself and assignee and about seventy 
others. For extra work on Sundays ia the 
Sireet Cleaning Department, between > pril 
26, 1894, and January x, 1895, $7,500. 

Summons only served. 
McNulty, Patrick J. {No. 2).. For difference between $600 and $720 per year 

in salaries of ceriain drivers and sweepers in 
Street Cleaning Department, $1,200. 

As assignee of employee of Sireet Cleaning 
Department for work performed on Sundays, 
$198. 
McOwen, Anthony, a n d'To re<:over amount of assessment paid for regu- 

Ctiarles J. Chapman | lating, etc., Dyckman st., $792.60. 

McQuade, Joseph |For amount alleged to be due as Rockman and 

Bookkeeper on Blackwell's Island, from May 
10, 1894, to Au?. 14, 1895, $8,488.50. 

Damages for personal injuries from falling on 
snow and ice on sidewalk at No. 336 Broad- 
way, $1,503. 

To recover amount of assessment paid for regu- 
lating, etc., Dyckman st., $3,495-25. 

To recover damages for injuries to goods by 
overflow of sewers in loth ave. and asd St., 
$270. 



Oct. 13, 1897 McNulty, Patrick J , 



Mead, Eliza. 



Mead, Frederick, 



Meagher, James A., and Ed- 
ward Meagher, partners, 
doing business as J. & E. 
Meagher 

Meehan, John Patrick 

Mehrbach, Caroling, as ex- 
ecutrix of Moses Mehrbach, 
assignee of A. V. Davidson, 

Meiiftiardt, Morris, and 
Fanny Meinhardt vs. 
Henry Chapman 

Melville, Alexander, vs. Theo- 
dore Dennision,Jr.,Cnthar- 
ine Schuitz, The Mayor, 
etc., et al 

Menzies, Willian) 

Mercantile National Bank of 
New York City vs. The 
Mayor, etc., and David E. 
Austin, Receiver of Taxes, 
etc 



Summons only served. 

For costs and expenses incurred by A. V. David- 
son in his defense to the charges against him 
made to the Governor, $38,395 68. 

For damages for interference with plaintiffs 
business by defendant (Captain Chapman), 
$10,000. 

To foreclose a mortgage on premises in Mor- 
risania. 



Summons only served. 

To restra-n defendants from collecting any fur- 
ther taxes on property of plaintiff for 1806 
than 65 per cent, of amount 01 taxes assessed^ 



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Court. 



Supreme . . . 



City .... 
Supreme 



4( 



Regis- 
ter 
Folio. 



55 352 



41 146 



41 
49 



289 



15 



43 242 



56 359 



49 78 



47 i?6 



When 
Commenced. 



Title of Action. 



Aug. X2f 1897 Mercantile National Bank of 
the City of New York vs. 
The Mayor, etc.. and David 
F. Austin, as Receiver of 
' Taxes, etc 

Apr. 20, 1891 Merzbach, Henry 



Nature op Action . 



June II, 



Metropolitan Gas Co. 



Oct. 22, 1895 Metropolitan Life Insurance 
Co.vs.Wi liam H. Muldoon, 
The Mayor, etc., et al. (No. 
4) 

July x6, 1892 .Metropolitan Life Insurance 
Co. vs. William H. Muldoon. 
The Mayor, etc., et al. (No. 

5) 

Metropolitan Life Insurance 
Co. vs. William H. Mul- 
doon and wife, The Mayor, 

etc.. et al 

Nov. 16, 1895 Metropolitan Street Railway 

j Co. vs. Ashbel P. Fitch, as 

I Comptroller, etc., and The 

Mayor, etc 

Mar. 26, 1891 



Dec. I, 1897 



To restrain Receiver of Taxes from collecting 
more than 65 per cent, of the amount of taxes 
levied as in 1896, and for leave to pay said 
amount for 1897 taxes. 

Fees for taking affidavits and acknowledzments, 
and administering oaths at request of District 
Attorney, between May 8, 1885, and January 
I, 1891, $37502. 

Summons only served. 

To foreclose a mortgage. 



do 



Fo foreclose a mortgage on property in 13th st.» 
near Avenue C. 



To restrain defendants from selling at public 
auction franchuie for Kingsbridge branch of 
Third Avenue Railroad. 



'Metropolitan Telephone and To restrain defendants from removmg or cutting 
Tel%raph Co. (The) vs.The down plaintiff's poles and wires on X3th st. 
Mayor, etc., of the City of 
New York. Thomas F. Gil- 
roy and Michael F. Cum- 

mings 

. . 56 402 Dec. 7, 1897 Met2ger, John For difference in wages as Mason in Park Dc- 

■ ! I partment. bet. $4 and $3.50 per day. $30.50. 

•• 56 373 ** 6, " jMeyer, John H., Diednch, For co.il sold and delivered to Department of 

] I Denkereial | Charities, $806.25. 

53 326 j Apr. 3, •* Mezzc-icapo, Joseph, vs. Geo. Damages for false arrest and imprisonment Mar. 

j S. Chapman j 5, 1897, $2,roo. 

232 I *• 22. 1893 Middleton Savings Bank. . . . 'Summons only served. 



44 

..'36 



I 



4'^9 



Oct. 



53 43 Jan« 21, 1897 Miller, Mary A, 



; 53 77 

49 



26, " 



• • 47 

..'45 
. .i 47 



170 



Jan. 



27,1887 Milhau.JohnJ To have assessment for Boulevard sewers, 

between 6ist and 77th sts., on Ward Nos. 27, 
28 to 32, Block 155, declared void and to 
recover back amount paid therefor, S2. 120.34. 
To recover amount of assessment pa'd lor pavmg^ 
Vurick St., bet. Franklin aiid Carmine sts., 

; 3^232.85. 

Miller, Peter H For services as Carpenter and Keeper at Black- 

; ^ I well's Island, $2,768. 

58 Nov. 6, 1895 Millner, Bridget To restrain encroachments on piaintifPs and 

' on Harlem river, between 109th and iioth sts. 
40 ' Oct. 30, '* , Millner, Bridget, as trustee, To enji)iii cncrotchment upon property at south- 

for George Miilner 1 w(.!st corn- r of Pleasant ave. and rioth st , by 

I I fill ng in by Dock Department, and for d'am- 

i aj;es, etc. 
Missano, Pasquale, and an-|Daniu<fs for personal injuries resulting from 
I other, adn)inistrators of I beinjs: run over by cart No. 6 of Department 

Rosina Missano of Street Cleaning, $5,000. 

404 Feb. 12,1894 Moebus, Adam To recover amount of assessment paid for 155th 

j St. ro^ulatnig, i;radinq;, etc., between Elton and 

C"Urt!andt avcs., $922.75, 
.Moe5lien,Ac'elheid, vs. Fanny iTo foreclose a mortgage on premises near the 
Hyman, The Major, etc.,' southeast corner of 9th ave. and West 55th 

et al I st, $3,500. 

24, 1897 Moller, Peter, Jr., et al., as To loreclose a mortgage on premises in io6th st 

I ' Trustees of Peter Moller,' 

I decea.sed, V-. Emma Heesc- 

] I man, The Mayo, etc , et al. 

192 June 22, 1894 Monarque, Joseph, vs. 'Jhe To foreclose mechanics' lien for services per- 

Mayor, etc., Hoard of Edu-' formed in erection of temporary school>house 
cation and the New York! at 82d st. and Western Boulevard, in the City 
Building and Contracting' of New York, $47.67. 

Co 

adjud. Dist.[ 56 93 ; Dec. 29, 1897 Monheimer, Isidore, and | To recover possession of certain ties valued at 
I , Samuel Weil vs. h hn F. i $75. 

' Harriot, Property Clerk. .. . 

42 153 I Sept. 4,1891 Monheimer, Jonas II jSummons only served. 

35 247 I Feb. 21, 18S7 Moody, Kannah M To have assessment for 74th and gad sts. under- 
ground drains, on Ward No. i. Block 'ia6, de- 
clared void and to recover back amount paid 
therefor, $1^.65. 



39 



Nov. 



12, 



.. 56 304 



..,46 



Supreme . . 



5' 



Schedule i— Suits against thk City, etc. 



It 



VJOURT. 


Regis- 
ter 
Folio. 


When 

CoMMBNCfiD. 


Supreme . . . 


i4 


69 


Dec. 23, 1892 


• • • 


49 


3'S 


Feb. 14, 1896 


• t • 


53 


384 


Apr. 22, 1897 


4€ 

• • • 


53 


385 


" 2?, " 


• ■ • 

• • • 

• • • 


42 

48 
46 


154 

79 

"5 


Sept. 4, 1891 
June I, 1895 
May 15 1894 


• • « 


49 


77 


Nov. 16, 189s 


• • • 


53 


96 


Jan. 30, 1897 


• • • 


53 


64 


•• 18, •• 



345 



29» 



56 289 Nov. 30, '• 

56 
; 43 141 I Apr. 23, 1892 

52 



370 



41 103 



55 
53 

S6 

52 



119 
181 

403 



Title of Action. 



Mooney, James 

Moore, Joseph . 

Moore, Joseph (No. i) 
do (No. 2) 

Moore, Maurice 

Moore, Stephen N. . . . 
Moran, Dennis W 



Moran, Dennis W., vs. The 
Mayor, etc., Charles W. 
Colhus et al 

Moran, Dennis W., vs. The 
Mayor, etc., Charles W. 
Collins, et al 

Moran, Dennis W., vs. The 
Mayor, etc., John C. Rod- 
ger*,^ William J. Rodgers, 
Hamilton Bank and Olin J. 
Stephens 

Moran, Dennis W 

do 
Moriarty , Patrick J 



Nature o*f Action. 



Dec. 14, 1896 'Morning Journal Association 
vs. William L. Strong, as 
Mayor, etc., John Jerolo- 
man et al., constituting the 

Board of Aldermen 

Moroncy, Kate 



Mar. 14, 1891 

June II, 1897 
Mar. T, " 

Dec. 7, " 



36: *• 10, 1896 



45 73 



• • • 


35 


381 


• • « 


36 


92 


• • • 


53 


280 


• • » 


53 


370 


• • • 


53 


355 



Sept. 22, 1893 



Mar. 24, 1887 



June I, •' 



Mar. 24, 1897 



Apr. 17, '• 



" 12. " 



Morrill, Mary A. 



Morris, James K., vs. Maurice 
Fitzgerald, The Mayor, 
etc., et al 

Morrissey, David J 

Morrissey, Edward, vs. The 
Mayor, etc., John Elder, 
Jr., et al 

Morrison, David F 



Morrison, Edward. 



do 



(No. 2)... 



Morrison, Edward A 

Morton, Levi P., Richard J. 
Cross, George F. Bliss and 
Wm.M.Gnnnell 

Mosher, Mary 



Damages for alleged personal injuries teceived 

from falling off wagon at Peck Slip and South 

St., on May 17, 18^2, $to,ooo. 
For extra work performed incons'ruction of two 

pavilions and dining-rooms at Ward's Island 

in 1893 and 1894, I19.227.12. 
For extra work and material for cariiage-house 

on City farm at Centml Islip, L.I., bet. May 

4, 1893, and Nov. t, 1894. J<^095- 
For extra work and muerials famished for 

pavilions and dining-room on City farm at 

Centr.il Islip, L. 1., bet. May 4, 1893, and Nov. 

I, 1894, $37,407.04. 
Summons only served. 

do 
For excess of assessment paid for Morris ave. 

regulating, etc., from 138th to zssth St., on 

Ward No. 43, Block 1669, and Ward Nos. 22 

and 23, Block 6z8, $65z.ii. 
To foreclose lien under contract of Collins & 

Gilles, for req^ulatinr, etc., z68th st, bet. 

Webster and Franklin aves., $4,633.91. 
To foreclose lien under contract for regulating^ 

etc., 189th St., from Amsterdam to Wadswortb 

ave. 
Summons only served. 



For balance due under contract of William F. 
Murray for regulating, etc.. Home st., from 
Boston rd. to Intci vale ave., $100. 

To recover amount paid to Comptroller as de- 
posit to st- cure p •ymcnt of money due under 
contract for legulating, etc.. Union ave., $150. 

Balance of salary as Excise Inspector, from Feb- 
ruary 14, i88r, to December 16, z886, at $900 
per annum, #5,250. 

To restrain passage of resolution permitt'ng 
the Consumers' Fuel Gas, Heat and Power Co 
of New York, to lay gas-mains, etc. 



Damages for alleged personal injuries resulting 
from falling on defective sidewalk at north si de 
of 125th St., between 3d and Lex.ngton aves., 
on January 10, 1S91, $2,000. 

Damages lor injuries to coach and horse at No. 
113 West 40th St., Feb. ix, 1897, $000. 

To foreclose lien under contract of defendant 
Fitzgerald with Street Cleaning Depart rnent^ 

$136 

For difference in wages as Mason in Park De- 
partment, bet. $4 and $3.50 per day, $ix. 

To foreclose lien under contract for repairs to 
building at north end at East River Park, 

$i.543-75- 
Damages for alleged personal injuries resulting 

from falling on snow and ice on the sidewalk at 

No. 124^ Park ave., March i, 1893, $s,ooo. 

To have assessment for 8th avenue sewer, 92d to 
105th St., on Ward Non. 16 to 49, Block 906; 
Ward Nos. 15, 16,49 ^^^ 5o» Block 937, and on 
Ward Nos. 13 to 16, Block 908, declared void 
and to recover back amount paid therefor, 
$133.42. 

To have assessment for sewer in 147th St., 8th 
ave. and 145th St., from St. Nicholas ave. to 
Harlem river, on Ward Nos. i to 26, Block 
1076, declared void and to recover back amount 
paid therefor, $639.58. 

To recover back amount of assessment paid for 
regulating, etc., Broadway, from 32d to 59th 

St., $242 QT. 

For forwarding and holding in custody jewels 
and precious stones by authority of District 
Attorney, stolen from one Burden by Dunlop 
and Turner, $531.75. 

Damages for personal Injuries by falling on side- 
walk, cor. of Lenox ave. and East 137th st-, 
$15000. 



52 



Schedule i — Suits against the City, etc. 



j Rrgis- 

COURT. : TER 

I Folio. 



Supreme 



*« 




55 27 Mar. 18, 



35 369 



47 22? 



Title of Action. 



Mosher, Stephen 



*t 



24, 1887 Moss, Henry 



41 

41 

41 
53 

!46 

I 
I 
I 

: 47 

I 

I 
I 

\.e 

53 
45 



290 

291 

292 
154 

»50 

225 

150 

463 
4i 

2S2 

378 

I 



Jan. 31,1895 Motley, James M 



June 11, 1891 Mott, Henry, and John Chet- 

wood, as executors, etc., ot 

Valentine Mott, deceased. . 

•• II, '* ,Mott, Henry A., executor, 

etc., of Louisa D. Mott, 

deceased 

Mount, Richard E., Jr 



II, 
Feb. 23, 

May 31, 

Feb. 2, 

Sept. ID, 

Mar. 20, 

Apr. 3, 

Mar. 22, 

Feb. 8, 



1897 {Mount, Susan, et al., execu- 
tors of Richard E. Mount, 
deceased 

1894 Mucci, Thomas, vs. William 

A.Wood 

1895 Muccio.John, by his guardian 

ad litem Frank Muccio vs. 
lames Regan 

1896 Auildaur, Emile H 



Nature of Action. 



1890 



1894 



Mulhare, Thomas. 



Mullen, Catharine 



1897 Mullrr, Gustave, as assignee 

of George Strassner 

1894 Muller, Mary 



55 399 Sept. 8, 1897 Muller, Mary Fort . 



56 
55 
48 

48 
46 



3^1 i 

403 

317 

337 
146 



55 454 



Nov. 24, 
Dec. 7, 

Sept. 9, 

" 13. 
May 2g, 



•• I Mulligan, James, and Bridget 

I Mulligan 

" Mulligan, Thomas 

1895 Murnin, William, vs. Michael 
Gannon 

" Murphy, David 



Damages for loss of services of plaintiff's wife, 
resulting from per onal injuries received at 
Lenox ave. and 137th st, on Nov. 13, 1896, 
$5,000. 

To have assessment for 73d and 8ist sts. under- 
ground drains, on Ward No. 40, Block 366, 
declared void, and to recover back amount paid 
therefor, $95.36. 

Amount claimed to be due under contract of 
Christian Lauer for constructing a sewer in 
X45th St., between Hudson river and the 
Boulevard, $3,586.60. 

Summons only served. 



do 



do 

To recover amount of assessment paid for xoSth 
St. outlet sewer, $521.01. 

Damages for alleged false arrest and imprison- 
ment and assault and battery, December 25. 
1893, $io,oco. 

Damages for personal injuries received by being 
run over by wagon at No. 154 StiUivan st., 
December 15, 1894, caused by the officer's act. 

Damages for personal injuries received by fall- 
ing over projecting stones in sidewalk at cor- 
ner of Madison ave. and East gad st. Feb. 25, 
1896, $15,000. 

For salary as Detailed Laborer in Department 
of PubUc Works, between June 6 and Sep- 
tember 10, 1889, $174. 

Damages for personal injuries allied to bave 
been received March 5, 1891, by fallin|^ 00 
snow and ice on sidewalk of Lexington ave., 
between 67th and 68th sts.. $5,000. 

For stenographic minutes furnished Board of 
Coroners, bet. Jan. 3 and S>ept. 6, 1894, $3^0.34. 

To recover amount of assessment paid for Moms 
ave. regulating, etc., from xaSth to zssth st., 

$487-23- 

Damages for personal injuries caused by falling 
in hole in sidewalk at No. 510 £ast X4th St., 
July 19, 1897, $10,000. 

For amount of award made for premises taken 
lor 12 3th St. school site, $xo 000. 

For difference in wages as Mason in Park De- 
partment, bet.«4 and S3. 50 per day, $49.50. 

Damages foraisault and batte.'-y and false arrest 
and imprisonment on September 4, 1895, at 
63d St. and Amsterdam ave., $z,ooo. 

Summons only served. 



1894 Murphy. James 'Damages for personal injuries alleged to have 

been received December 14, 1893, by being 
thrown from cart at northwest comer ot 46th 
■ St. and nth ave., $20,000. 
Oct. 4, 1897 Murphy, Joseph, vs. The To restrain payment of salary to John McCul- 
i Mayor, ttc, The Police la^h as Chief of Police. 
Commissioners, A. P. Fitch 



and John McCullagh, 



50 
48 

53 
52 

46 

5(-' 
53 



I03 
322 

397 
236 

158 

529 
iiS 



May 29, 1896 Murphy, Michael P 
Sept. 12, 1895 Murphy, Patrick. . . 



I 



I 



A^jr. 26, 
Nov. 12, 
J une 4, 

Dec. 27, 

Feb. 10, 



i8-^7 Murphy, Peter A 

1895 Murphy, Thomas vs. Stephen! 



Summons onlv served. 



Damages for personal injuries by falling fix)in 
truck in 3d ave, near 51st st., on July 18, 1805, 
$5,000. 
For salary as Inspector of Buddings, bet. Aug 

12, 1895, and Mar. 18, 1897, $1,759.63. 
Damages for false arrest and imprisonment. 

O Bnen | $25,000. 

1894 Murphy, William I Balance of salary claimed to be due as Marine 

j Engineer, from September 26 to October aa. 

I 1890, at $1,380 per annum, $100.78. 

1897 Murray, Daniel, and WilliamjDama^res for being prevented &om execating 

D. Malloy contract for construction of sewers in Ae 

Village ot Williams bridge, $10,000. 

" Murray, George R For services as Inspector ot Sewers in the 

! Village of VVilliamsbridge, $750. 



53 



Schedule i — Suits against the City, etc. 



Court. 



Supreme . . . 




53 345 



•••53 3^3 



56 >5o 



When 
Commenced. 



41 437 



44 175 



• • 46 397 



44 70 



45 44 



47. 137 



Apr. 8, 1897 



15. 



Oct. 21, " 



July 17, 1891 



Mar. 10, 1893 



Sept. 20, 1894 

Dec. 24, 1892 
Aug. 31, 1893 



U. S. Ciicuit 



Supreme. . 



Dec. 28, 1894 
. .. 52 167 j Oct. 20, l8y6 
Dec. 31, i98o 



<( 



«( 



26 417 

56 468 
48 377 



" 20, 1897 
Sept. 26, 1893 



53 98 I Feb. I, 1897 



53 99 



48 426 



Oct. 15, 1895 



56 410 Dec. .7, 1897 



46 43 



2X 162 



45 351 



48 269 



Mar. 30, 1894 



Aug. IX, 1876 



Feb. 7, 1894 



Aug. 9, 1895 



Title of Action. 



Nature of Action. 



Murray, Harold G., vs. 
George S. Chapman ....... 

Murray, John, and Jeremiah 
Reid vs. The Mayor, etc., 
Bonrd of Education, Peter 
N. Phillips et al 

jMu ny, William, as surviving 
partner of the firm of Mur- 
ray & Son, vs. The Mayor, 
etc.. Patrick J. Walsh and 
Thomas S. Findlav 

Mussen, A. H., vs.ThsAusa- 
ble Granite W»rks, John 
Dawson and William 
Archer, constituting th« 
firm of Dawson & Archer, 
and The Mayor, etc., of 
the City ol New York 

Mutual Life Insurance Co. 
01 New York vs. Louisa 
K. McCarty, John Craw- 
ley, and Emma J., his w'fe. 
Fire Department of the 
City of New York, The 
Mayor, etc., of the Cityoi 
New York, et al 

xMutual Reserve Fund Life 
Association vs. Nathan 
Murdough, The Mayor, 
etc., et al. (No. i 

Myers, Amelia 



'For alleged false arrest and imprisonment on 

Mar. 5, 1897, 13,000. 
To foreclose lien under contract to build annex 

to Grammar School No. 37, in East 87th St., 

$i.a53^ 

To foreclose Hen under contract of Patrick J. 
Walsh for erecting a school-house on 4th st., 
bet. Avenues B and C, $120. 



To foreclose lien for granite furnished in con- 
struction of New Criminal Courc-house, $2,500. 



To foreclose a mortgage, the City made a party 
because of a lis pendens filed by the Fire 
Department. 



Myers, Lizzie H. 



My ban, Patrick.. 
Nandain, Arnold, 



National Broadway Bank 
vs. The Mayor, etc., and M. 
T. McMahon, Receiver of 
Taxes 

Nealis, James J 

Needham, Em est A ., vs. The 
Mayor, etc., William J. 
Martin, et al 

Neidinger, Alice 

Neidinger, Joseph S 



Neill, Edward M., et al., 
acting executors of J. J. 
Neill, deceased, et al., vs. 
James M. Waterbury et al., 
Commissioners of Improve- 
ments of the Town of 
Westchester, and The 
Union Railway Co 

Nelson, Charles 



Nelson, Henry C, as ex- 
ecutor, etc. (Matter of) ... . 



Nekon, William, Jr 



Newitt, Thomas, and Ann 
Newitt 

Newkirk, Albert C, and 
Albert M. Newkirk, vs. The 
Mayor, etc., Michael Red- 
mond and Owne Toher .... 



To foreclose a mortgage : property on 7th ave. 



Damages for alleged personal injuries resulting 
from falling on sidewalk at No 132^^ Eldridge 
St. on October 25, 1892 $5,000. 

Damages for alleged personal injuries icsulting 
from falling on ice and snow on sidewalk on 
the southerly side of 22d St., between Broad- 
way and 4ih a ve , on March 2, 1893, $5,000. 

Salary as Attendant in Court of General Ses- 
sions for the months of November and Decem- 
ber, 1888. at $1,200 per annum. $200. 

Damages for personal injuries by being thrown 
down embankment at West Farms rd. and 
Van Ness rd., Nov. xo, 1895, $ao,oo3. 

To restrain collection of taxes assessed on com- 
plainant's personal property for year 1880. 

For transcript of Stenographer's notes of testi- 
mony taken in naturalization cases, $1,092.20. 
Summons only served. 



Damages for personal injuries by being thrown 
from bicycle on bridge at West Farms road, 
near Sulzer's Park, $zo,ooo. 

For loss of services of plaintiff's wife, Alice 
Neidinger, $3,000. 

To restrain taking of plaintiffs' lands for con- 
struction of Morris Park ave., except by 
condemnation proceedings. 



For difference in wages as Mason in Park De- 
partment, bet. $4 and $3.50 per day, $30. 

For an award made on Parcel No. 132, in the 
matter of the New Aqueduct, $101. 

For expenses incurred between October 7, 
1871, and October 13, 1875, for piling and 
storing pipes, etc., furnished under contract 
of April 29, 187 1, $9,666.58. 

To recover amount of assessment paid for 
Morris ave. regulating, etc., from 138th to 
iS5th St., $382.72. 

To foreclose lien for materials furnished to de- 
fendant Redmond, between April 16 and 
August 8, 1894, and used in construction of 
sewer in Elast X76ih St., $51.48. 



Schedule i— Suits 






1 5u Bach'l'Dni 



Railway Cn. 

Iibnd Ripid Tnutit R.R. 
Co.. The M^rar, etc. sUl. 



N(w Vnr): Cnnnal and Hud 
nn. River RaiLniad Co. v> 



■sw Y"iS"'0^!uid' 'l 
Co. -vs. Tlie Mayor 



law York £lev^ted R, K 
Co. vs. Tht Mayor, eic. 
Gtnr^c W. McLean. He 



d Brooktyn |a 






To RMniip Ehi defendanln frain vcIUd^ o 
[ ferry franchise from fool of While 
6]ili St., Smih Brooklyn. 



plliiilir> pcimisiioo. 
For water fum lilwd t oTo an s 






endani) frem im 



oani) irem imeiTeriDg wii 
11 valualion of plainlifl fo 



Ho^K?, bei.llS°o° ■■ 



j Harilbrd Railroad Co .. . 

H. iBos N'»- York, New Haven a 

Hanford Kail'oad Co... 

4, 1897 New York New5 PaUHhi 



ommalul 
>nPier,iiia 



mpalPubicSchool '1 jclioci site on Avenue A? 

Mevr V.>rt Roofing Co. v5.lTo"'f,;i-«fe^lien undtr ci 






andjitli 



55 



Schedule i— Suits against the City, etc. 



Court. 



Regis- 
ter 
Folio. 



Supreme ... 45 436 



so 278 
47 130 



47 450 



57 106 



38 57 



41 



U.S. Circuit 



... 42 239 



.. .; 42 225 



••; 49 319 



49 320 

49 318 

42 155 

53 403 

36 460 



(t 



Supreme . . . 



41 
« 



«( 



«( 



U 



36 461 



52 317 



40 189 



44 233 

55 406 



When 
Commenced. 



Feb. IS, 1894 

July 18, 1896 
Dec. 26, 1894 

Apr. 25. 1895 
Dec. 31, 1897 
July 23,1888 



Title of Action. 



New York Sarings Bank vs. 
Hawley Chapman and wif ■, 
the Comptroller of the City 
of New York 

New York Society Library.. 

Nievelt, Henry, an infant, by 
John Spiess, his guardian 
ad litem 



Oct. 10, 1891 



(C _ << 

/» 



Nigr», Frank. 



Niles, Nathan, as executor, 
etc., --f Nathanil Nilcs, 
deceased 

Ninth Avenue Railroad Co. 
vs. Forty-second Street, 
Manhattanville and St 
Nicholas Avenue Railroad 
Co. and John Newton, as 
Commissioner of Public 
Works 

Ninth Avenue Railroad Co.. 



Nature of action. 



Nisil, Catharine. 



Feb. Ti, X896 Nitsch, August (No. i) 



•• XI. " 



•• II. •• 



Sept. 4, •• 
Apr. 28, 1897 

Oct. 12, 1887 



♦♦ 12. " 



Nov. 30, 1896 



July 14, 1890 



Apr. 22, i8q3 
Sept. 9, 1897 



53 


44 


Jan. 21, 


*i 


53 


322 


Mar. 31, 


(C 


56 


4" 


Dec. 7, 


<l 


56 


4'x 


" 7, 


<f 



do (No. a), 
Nitsch, Helena 



Noakes, George 



Noar, Solomon. 



North American Under- 
ground Telegraph and 
Electric Co. vs. Jacob Hess 
et al.. Commissioners of 
Electrical Subways, et al., 
No.i 

North American Under- 
ground Telegraph and 
Electric Co. vs. Jacob Hess 
et al.. Commissioners of 
Electrical Subways, et al., 
No.a 

North New York City Trac 
tion Co. vs. The People's 
Traction Co., The Southern 
Boulevard Railroad Co., 
The Mayor, etc., and 
Comptroller 

Norton, Frederick O., vs. The 
Mayor, etc., Heman Clark 
et al 



Norwalk Savings Bank 

Norwood, Mary J., vs. The 
Mayor ,etc., Josephine Mor- 
ganthal and Henry N. 
Denton 

Oats, John K., vs. Third 
Avenue Railroad Co., 
Ashbel P. Fitch, etc., and 
The Mavor, etc 

O'Brien, Cornelius 



do 
O'Brien, Dennis 



To foreclose a mortgage on property on the 
southerly side of 86th St., near ist ave., $30,000 



Summons. with notice for $1,481.52 served. 

Damages for personal injuries alleged to have 
been received by reason of overturning of 
wagon on sand heap in 65th St., about 175 feet 
east of Columbus ave., on January 13, 1894, 
$2,500. 

For wages as Section Foreman of Street Cleaning 
Department from April 25, 1894, to Februaiy 
I. 1895, $127.80. 

Summons only served. 

To restr»in defendants from interfering with the 
pavement'^, or from constructing any railroad 
on loth ave., above 71st st. 



To restrain the sale of the plaintifTs' railroad for 
non-payment of assessment for paving 9th 
ave., from 45th to 53CI St., with trap-block 
pavement. 

Damages for alleged personal injuries resulting 
from falling on defective sidewalk on June 18, 
1891, at Nos. 107 and 109 Elast iT9th St., $5,000. 

Damages for persona! injuries resulting from 
being thri>wn from buggy at No. 451 Kings- 
bridge rd., Nov. 17, 1895, $5,000. 

Damages for loss of services of plaintiff's wife, 
Helena Nitsch, $500. 

Damages for personal injuries resulting from 
being thrjwn frtm buggy at No. 451 Kings- 
bridge id., Nov. 17, 1895, $s,ooo. 

Summons only served. 

Damages for personal injuries received opposite 
C^rammar School No. 75, at No. 37 Hester St., 
$2,000. 

Infringement of Patent No. 146695, for*'improve- 
ment in the construction of underground 
telegraph line wires and method of laying the 
same.* 



Infringement of Patent No. 186356, for *' improve* 
mentsin underground telegraph lines." 



To restrain People's Traction Co. from con- 
structing and operating its railroad in certain 
streets in City of New York. 



To foreclose lien upon moneys due under con- 
tract cf Heman Clark for construction of 
Section iiA of the New Aqueduct, for material 
furnished between December 2, 1889, and 
January 27, 1890, $3,660.05. 

Summons only served. 

Damages tor personal injuries sustained at 
125th St., bet. 7th and 8th aves., Dec. 5, 1896, 
$25,000. 

To restrain defendants from constructing or 
operatm^ a street surface railroad upon 
Kingsbndge rd., bet. i62d and 163d sts. 

For services as Carpenter and Keeper, from 
Mar. I, 1889, to Mar. 2, 1894. $7,774. 

For difference in wages as Carpenter in Park 
Department, bet. $4 ar d $3.50 per day, $24^0. 

For difference in wages as Mason in Park De- 
partment, bet. $4 and $3 50 per day, $2^,y^ 



56 



Schedule i — Suits against the City, etc. 



Court. 




Supreme . 




€* 




it 




<< 




(( 




City .... 




Supreme 




tt 




I* 




(( 




<( 




<i 




<< 




tt 




«< 





tt 



<» 



tt 



tt 

tt 



tt 



tt 



tt 



<• 



« 



« 



Regis- 
ter 
P'oi.io. 

56 412 

56 412 

S3 273 

49 396 
49 4" 
56 530 



When 

Commenced. 



Title of Action. 



Nature of Action. 



Dec. 7, 1897 



" 7, " 



, Mar. 23, •• 

; Mar. 16, 1896 

. •• 25, •' 
) Dec. 28, 1897 



O'Brien. John, 
do 



I 
53 277 I Mar. 23, " 



^6 41& 
3S 332 



Sept. 29, 1894 
Feb. 14, 1889 



47 454 . Apr. 25, 1895 



O'Brien, John, Heman Clark 
and John H. Mooney 

O'Brien, Mary E 

do 

O'Brien, Mary E. et al., ex- 
ecutors ot John Brjdy, de- 
ceased 

O'Brien, Mary J., vs. The 
Union Railway Co. of New 
York City 

O'Brien, Owen, vs. Seely 
Whitman 

O'Brien, Thomas, vs. Edwin 
A. Post et al.. Dock Com- 
missioners 

O'Callaghan, Wilham V 



For difference in wages as Painter in Park De- 

j partment, bet. $4 and $3.50 per da^, $76.75. 

I For difference in wages as Mason in Park De- 

j partment, bet. $4 and $3.50 per day, $29.81. 

Summons only served. 

I 

I tt 



Summons with notice served. 
To recover amount of assessrnent paid for regu- 
I latmg, etc.. First ave., from 92d to xo9th sts., 
! $2,729.55. 

To restrain defendants from laying tracks, etc., 
in frunt oi plaintiff's premises. 



53 274 

52 440 

52 149 

48 34 
41 295 

43 139 

49 79 

40 73 

53 119 
53 123 

33 445 

32 446 



Mar. 23, 1897 
Dec. 31, 1896 
Oct. 15, " 

May 8, 1895 

June II, i8gi 

, Apr. 18, 1892 
Nov. x6, 1895 

j May 9, 1890 
' Feb. 10, 1897 



O'Connell & Hilary Lime 
I and Marble Dust Co. . . 
• O'Connor, Jeremiah 



O'Connor, John 



O'Connor, Sarah, 



O'Connor, Thomas H., ex- 
ecutor, etc., of Andrew 
Carriijan, deceased ' 

O'Connor, Thomas H., vs. To foreclose a mortgage. 
Peter W. Felix et al ' 

O'Connor, Thomas H., vs. 
Ashbel P. Fitch, as Comp- 
troller, etc., and The 
Mayor, etc 

jOdeli, Andrew J ., (Matter of) . 



Damages for alleged assault and battery on 
September 23, 1894, $z,ooo. 

To restrain interference with occupation of 
premises. Pier 55, Elast river, and from remov- 
ing coal elevator lying at said pier. 

For wages as District Superintendent of the 
Street Cleaning Department from April 25, 
1894, to February x, 1895, $230.50. 

Fcr injuries to a horse on X24th St., near Am- 

I sterdam ave , Sept. xz, z8o6, 42ox. 

For services as Inspector of Sewers, in the ViU 
lage of Williamsbridge. $750. 

For extra work and services as employee of 
Department of Public Works, from April 30, 
1891, to April Z2. z8^5, S^.ooo. 

Damages for personal mjunes by &lling on side* 
walk on Avenue B, between 7 th and 8 th sts., 
December 28, X894, $xo,c>oo. 

Summons only served. 



Taxpayers* suit. To restrain defendants from 
selling at public auction franchise for Kings- 
bridge branch of Third Avenue Railroad. 



Odell, Jasper F. 



•• 10, " 



: Odell, Jasper M. 



• • • 


45 


352 


■ • • 


41 


125 




40 


90 




50 


331 




55 


447 




52 


348 




48 


ao 




48 


80 




43 


X4 


• • • 


43 


X64 



; Mar. 19, 1886 
May 16, 1885 



Mar. 7, 1894 
•• 24, 1891 



May 20, 1890 

July 28, 1896 
Sept. 30, 1897 

Dec. 7, 1896 
May 4, X89S 



June I, *• 
Feb. 4, 1892 



May 18, •* 



O'Donncll, Mary B., as exec- 
utrix 

Ogden, Isaac C, Jr., vs. The 
Mayor, etc.. The Dock De- 
partment, and John R. 
Voorhis et al.. Dock Com- 
missioners 

O'Gorman, Richard 

O'Gorman, William, vs. The 
Mayor, etc., of the City of 
New York, and Louis J. 
Hcintz, as Commissioner ot 
Street Improvements for 
the 23d and 24th Wards. . . 

O'Grady , Patrick J 



For an award made for Parcel No. 33, in matter 
' of acquiring title to North 3d ave. 
For services as Inspector of Sewers in the 

Village ot Williamsbridge, $750. 
For services as Inspector of Sewers in the 

Village of Williamsbridge, $750. 
To recover balance of salary due to John H. 

Williams, Excise Commissioner, for services 
i from May x, 1870, to April 30, 1873, $606.83. 
Damages for adverse possession ot dock at W«»t 
; St. and southerly intersrcdon of Hubert St., and 
' also of dock 50 feet southerly thereof, $1 5,00a 

Summons only served. 

To restrain the defendants from opening bids 
and awarding any contracts for regulating, 
etc., X39th St., from Willis to St. Ann's ave. 



O'Hara, James . 
O'Hara, Peter S. 



O'Keefe, Michael. 
O'Keefe, Richard. 



O'Keefe, Philip A.. 
O'Mahoney, James. 

do 



Balance of salary as Inspector of Masonry oa 
Nejv Aqueduct, between August x and No- 
vember 20, 1889, ^440- 

i To recover amount sf assessment paid for sewer 

' in 44th St., bet. 2d and 3d aves., $351.79. 

Damages for pcr.-onal injuries froxn falling on 
sidewalk, at No. X69 East ixsth St., Oct 5, 
x8g6, t|io,ooo. 

For balance of salary as Inspector of Buildings* 

$x4o.46. 
Dama^^es for personal injuries received by 

failing on snow and ice on xssth St., between 

Amsterdam and Convent aves., Februaiy «, 

x8q5, $to,ooo. 
Summons only served. 
Balance of salary as Assistant Inroector of 

Dumps in the Street Cleaning Department, 

between May, X889, and March, iSgo, ^44. 
Salary as Inspector of Dumps, from January 4 

to December 9, X89X, at $75 per month, |8ss. 



57 



Schedule i — Suits against the City, etc. 



Court. 



Regis- 
ter 
Folio. 



Supreme ...! 55 132 
I 
** ... I 56 410 



«( 



« 

•I 
«< 



City. 



40 456 



43 401 



41 210 



'•■53 390 

... 57 107 

... I 52 426 

...56 97 

... 56 424 

• • • : 52 79 

45 439 

45 239 

53 84 

47 379 

45 353 

45 354 

... 40 266 



... 49 439 



• • • 

• • • 

• • • 



Supreme . . . 



36 482 

46 321 

40 262 

42 156 

42 157 

42 158 

S3 X41 

43 62 

48 307 

39 382 



When 

Commenced. 



June 16, 1897 
Dec. 7, •' 
J;in. 13, 1891 

Sept. 30, .1892 
May 14, 189Z 

Apr. 23, 1897 

Dec. 31, *' 
" 31. 1896 
" 28, 1897 
" 9, " 

Sept. 17, 1896 

Feb. 17, 1894 
Dec. 28, 1893 

Jan. 28, 1897 
Mar. 29, 1895 
Feb. 7, 1894 



.. 7, - 



Auj. 14, 1890 
Apr. 8, 1896 
Oct. 14, 1887 

Aug. 2, Z894 

Aug. 13, Z890 

Sept. 4, 189Z 
•« . << 

4» 
(« . (< 

4» 

Feb. 15, Z897 
Mar. 4, Z892 

July 16, Z895 

Feb. Z3f 1890 



Title of Action. 



O'Meara, Daniel 

O'Neill, Matthew J 

Orcutt, Ceretia V., as admin- 
istratrix, etc., of Nahum W. 
Orcutt, deceased 

Ormsby, Sidney C, and 
Senter H. Ormsby vs. 
Theedore W. Myers 

O'Roarke, Esther, vs. Andrew 
Egan, Alexander E. Mc- 
Donald, Henry H. Porter, 
Charles E. Simmons, Ed- 
ward C. Sheehy 

O'Rourke, Charles A 

Orphan Asylum Society of 

the City of New York .... 

Osborne, Thomas W 

Osborne, Thomas W 

Oscanyan, Constance I 

O'Shea, Mary, vs. Charles 
S. Cochrane, George Mc- 
Closky and John O. Mett. . 

Ostrander. Mary 

Otis, Ira L , and Henry Gor>- 

~ line vs. George Connolly, 

The Mayor, etc , of the Ci- y 

of New York et al 

OToolc, Patrick J 

Ott.John 

Otten, Christian K 

Otten, Frederick 

Ottendorfer, Oswald, et al. . . 

Otto, Henry 

Owen, George 



Paige, Edward Winslow . . . . 



Paige, David R., et al., vs. 
The Mayor, etc., of New 

York et al 

Palmer, Catharine CSo. i) ... 
do (No. 2)... 

do (No. 3)... 

Palmieri, John 

Paradine, Christopher J 

Parke, Charles H., vs. John 
Gilligan 

Parker,Ruhis O 



Nature of Action. 



Salary as Deputy Sheriff of the Town of West- 
chester, from Jan., 1893, to Jan., 1895, $175. 

For difference in wages as Mason in Park De- 
partment, bet. $4 and $3.50 per day, $54.12. 

Damages for the death of Naham W. Orcutt, 
caused by the fall of a platform while calking 
the joints in the pipes of the New Aqueduct, 
Shaft No. 28, on January z5, 1890, $3,000. 

For two copies of stenographic minutes of pro- 
ceedings before the Commissioners of Accounts 
in the West Washington Market investigation 
in February, 1889, furnished to defendant, 
$1,568.20. 

Damages for personal injuries resulting from a 
fall received at Hart's Island. $z5,coo. 



Damages for personal injuries received at Har- 
lem Kiver Bri Jge at Z58th st., on Jan. 8, 1897, 
$uo,ooo. 

Summons only served. 

For transcript of stenographer's notes furnished 

District Attorney, $1,478.50. 
For transcr pt r f Stenographer's notes of trials 

in Court of General Sessions, $507.25. 
To recover amount of assessment paid for 

Dyckman st. regula^ng. $1,243.16. 
Damages for false arrest and imprisonment on 

Aug. 17, 1896, $5, 000. 

Damages for personal injuries alleged to have 
been received at bulkhead adjoining Pier 35, 
North river, on October 27, 1893, $1,000. 

For material furnished 10 defendant Connolly, 
and used in the construction of sewer in Am- 
sterdam ave., between 89th and 92d sts., from 
February to August, 1893, f 254.90. 

For services as Painter and Keeper in Black- 
well's Island Prison, $9,203. 

To recover back amount of taxes of the year 
1893, paid in error, $202.20. 

To recover amount of as«e<?sment paid for 
Morris Ave. regulating, etc., from Z38th to 
155th St., $2,212.45. 

To recover amount of assessment paid for 
Morris ave. regulating, etc., from i38ih to 
155th St., $614.16. 

For excess of assessment paid for 8ih ave. reju- 
lating, etc., from i?8th st. to Harlem river, on 
Ward No. 3Z, Block 943, $26.37. 

Damages for personal injuries from falling in 
excavation in Gerard ave., south of z6Tst st., 
Jan. X, X896, $z,5oo. 

To have assessment for Boulevard tree-planting, 
between 59th and zssth sts., on Ward No. 32, 
Block X303, declared void, and to recover back 
amount paid therefor, $Z2.55. 

For professional services on behalf of the defend- 
ant in the actions of the People of the State vs. 
James C. Duane, between January x, X889, and 
September i, X890, $5,226. 

To foreclose lien for material furnished O'Brien 
ft Clark on Section 9 of New Croton Aque- 
duct, $349,361. 

Summons only served, 
do 
do 

Damages for breach of contract for trimming 
scows of Street Cleaning Department, $600. 

Salary as Inspector ef Regulatmg and Grading 
in the Department of Public Parks, from Janu- 
ary 2 to October 8, 189Z, at $3 per diem, $720. 

Damages for assault and battery, false arrest 
and imprisonment, at No. X3 Sixth ave., on 
July 8, 1895, $2,000. 

Dara^^esto barkentine " J. W. Dresser" while 
lo iding lumber at Hunter's Point, East river, 
September xz, 1880, by being run ••- 
scow in tow of tug-boat "Dassori ' 



5S 



Schedule i— Suits against the City, etc. 



Court, 



Supreme 

City .... 
Supreme 



<( 



4< 



<( 



4( 



4t 



«( 



41 



4( 



it 



« 



Regis- 
ter 
Folio. 



f 



When 

Commenced. 






52 407 

37 438 

39 458 

45 379 

■ 45 171 

i 
I 

41 296 

45 381 

56 364 

■ 57 109 

45 362 

56 453 

50 13 

I 

j 45 407 

. 44 129 



44 154 

40 71 

37 491 

39 316 



Dec. 24, 1896 

M.ty 14, 1888 
Mar. 18, 1890 

Feb. 8, 1894 

Nov. II, 1893 

j June 11, 1891 

Feb. 8, 1894 

Dec. 2, 1897 



" 31, " 



Feb. 8, 1894 

Dec. 14, r897 
Apr. 16, 1896 

Feb. 12, 1894 

Jan. 25, 1893 

Feb. 18, " 

May 8, 1890 
June 27, 1888 

Jan. 14, 1890 



Title of Action. 



Nature op Action. 



Parrett, John, 
McDonald . . . 



Parrish, Samuel L. 



Parkcs, Edward L 'For extra work as Carpenter and Keeper at 

prisons on Blackwell's Island, June, 1892, and 
May, 189s, $4,399. 
vs. John D images for alleged assault and battery at No. 

434 East 13th St., Aoril 7, 1888, $2,000. 

Parris, Edward K For salary as Recording Clerk in Department ot 

Public Works, at $100 per month, from Match 
20 to September 35, 1809, $618.63. 
To recover amount of assessment paid for 
regulating, etc., the avenue bounding Morn- 
in>;sidr Park on the east, from xioth to xa3<l 
St., $743.10. 

Parshall, James L. (Matter ofj For award made to unknown owners in the 

matter of opening Germ in place, from West- 
chester to Brook ave., $1,879.48. 
Summons only served. 



Parsons, John E. 



Payne, William H. 



Pea body, Charles A., Jr., and 
JchnC.O'Conor 

Pcarsall, Edward, and E. N. 
Tailer, as executors, etc., 
of Francis Pearsali, de- 
ceased 

Pcarsall, Thomas W., and 
Everett P. Wheeler (Mat- 
ter of) 



do 

To recover amount of assessment paid for Man- 
hattan St. regulatmg, etc., bet. St. Nicnolas 
and i2th aves., $1,369.60. 

Summons only served. 



For an award made to Paul N. Spoflford for 
damages to premises Map N^o. 4, in the matter 
of opening Intervale ave., $1,712.17. 
Peaslee, Edw:»rd H., vs. the' For expenses attendmg Legislature in Albany 

Board of Education | in regard to the issue of school bonds, 979.45. 

Peek, Kben, vs. The Mayor, Summons only served, 
etc., the Board of Ed\ica- 
tion, Albert Kyritz et at. . . 
Penndorf, Charles 



• t • 


21 


150 


Aug. 


5. 1876 

• 


• • • 


34 


512 


May 


3. 1886 


• • • 


34 


513 


(( 


3. " 


• t » 


19 


164 


June 


7. ^875 


• • • 


34 


515 


May 


3. 1886 


• • • 


34 


514 


t( 


3. •• 


..•'44 


234 


Apr. 


22, 1893 


• • • 


43 


207 


June 


28, 1892 


•••l 


41 


297 


«< 


11, 1891 



:Pent2, John F., Maria Young 
and Alfred Osterhoudt, as 
sole surviving executors 
and trustees of James H. 
Pentz ( Matter of) 

Peniz, John F., et al., ex- 
ecutors (Matter of 



People of the State of New 
York vs.J^raes D. Fish. . . . 

People of the State of New 
York vs. Metropolitan 
Transit Co 

People of the State of New 
York vs. The New York 
City Central Underground 
Railway Co. and The New 
York Underground Rail- 
way Co 

People of the State ot New 
York vs. John O'Donnell, 
The Mayor, etc 

People of the State of New 
York vs. Russell Sage 



People of the State of New 
Edward H. 



To recover amount of assessment paid for issth 
St. regulating, gnti'mg, etc., between Eltoo 
and Courtlandt aves <s;7. 57. 

For awards made on Damage Map Nos. 14, 16, 
ro. 22 and 25 in the matter of opening Sl 
Nicholas terrace, from Academy place and 
Convent ave. 

For awards made to unknown owners in the 
matter of the opening and extension of the new 
ave. to be known as St. Nicholas terrace, near 
129th St., to Convent ave., $3,755. io. 

Summons only served. 

To dissolve defendant corporation. 



To adjudge a forfeiture ot the corporate fran- 
chises of defendant. 



To recover from John O'Donnell amount 01 
money obtained by fraudulent bills, $341,345.03. 

To recover against defendant as bondsman on 
the bond of J. Nelson Tappan. $100,000. 



To recover against defendant as bondsman 
the bond of J. Nelson Tappan, $100,000. 



on 



To recover from Cummings H. Tucker amount 
of fraudulent bills. 



To recover against defendant as bondsman 00 
the bond of J. NeUon Tappan, $100^000. 



York vs. 

Perkins, Jr 

People of the State of New- 
York vs. Cummings H. 
Tucker and The Mayor, 
etc 

People of the State of New 
York vs. James T. Wood- 
ward 

People of the State of New To recover against defendant as bondsman on 
York vs. William Wood-! the bond of J. Nelson Tappan, $xoo 000. 
ward I 

People's Savings Bank of, Summons only served. 
Rockville 

Pepper, Sarah, as administia- Damages by reason of death of plaintiflfi 
trix of the goods, chattels intt-statc, caused by falling down embankment 
and credits of Samuel on Old West Farms road, in Bronx Park, on 
Pepper, deceased October 17, 1891 $5,000. 

Perego, Ira, trustee iSumraons only served. 



59 



Schedule i — Suits against the City, etc. 



Court. 



Supreme . . 



Regis- 
ter 
Folio. 



50 60 

56 478 

39 '31 

40 28 

48 316 

47 423 



<( 



(< 



41 133 

56 437 

57 MI 

57 i»o 

57 108 

32 89 

57 I 

55 43 

45 X28 

56 274 
56 27s 
56 276 

. . . 56 379 

56 281 

56 282 



U. S. circuit 
Supreme . . . 



«• 



49 414 

56 229 

56 245 

50 98 

48 374 



When 

Commenced. 



May 4, 1896 
Dec. 21, 1897 

Aug. 20, X889 
Apr. 15, 1890 

Sept. 9, 1895 
Apr. 17, " 

" 3. X89C 
Dec. 10, 1897 



'* 3h " 



" 3x, " 



" 31, '• 



Oct. 2, 1884 

Dec. 30, 1897 
May 24, '* 

Oct. 30, 1893 



Nov. 17, 1897 



" X7. " 



'• 17. '• 



Title of Action. 



Perkins, Hosea B . 



Person, Orin, vs. The Mayor, 
etc.. The Board of Educa- 
tion, David Barry, Patrick 
Ryan et al 

Peters, Collins Y 



N.^TURR OF Action. 



Peterson, John R. 



(I 



18, ♦' 



" 18, '* 
" 18, " 

Mar. 27, 1896 
Nov. 5, 1897 



" 10, •• 



May 26, " 



Sept. 24, 1895 



Petry, Charles F., vs. Michael 
Gann jn 

Pettit, William B., as admin- 
istrator of the estate of Mary 
A. Pettit, deceased 



Phelan, William D. 



Phillips, David L. 



Phillips, L. J., and Maurice 
S. Cohen, as executor*, etc., 
of Phillips & Cohen, de- 
ceased 

Phillips, Louis J 

Phillips, L. J., and Maurice 
S.Cohen as executors, etc., 
ot Phillips & Cohen, de- 
ceased 

Phoenix 1 nsurance Co 

Piatti, Antonio 

Piccerillo, Michele 

Pinckney , Mary G 

Pinckney, Mary G 

<( 

...••• .... 

« 

»< 
<( 

Pine, Samuel and Frederick 
Muller 

Pirs<on,John W., t^xecutor, 
etc., of Sarah J. Pirsson . . . 

Pirsson, John W., as execu- 
tor of Sarah J. Pirsson 

Pirsson, Wm., vs. The Mayor, 
etc., The People of the 
State of New York and 
Charles K. Lydecker 

Piatt, Antoinette 



Damage to carriage top caused by overhanging 
telegraph wire at Kingsbridge rd., near Ford- 
ham Hill, Sept. 21, 1895. 

Summons only served. 



For balance of salary as Inspector of Masonry 
on N«w Aqueduct, between October 29, 1886, 
and June 1, 1889, $356.50. 

Salary as Inspector of MasoniV on New Aque- 
duct, from May 2, 1888, to February 12, 1890, 
12,564.68, less amount received during said 
period in another capacity. $1,412— $1,152.68. 

Damages for assault and battery and false arrest 
and imprisonment, on S'^pterober 4, 1895, at 
6r-th St. and Amsterdam ave., $1,000. 

For damages and delay occasioned plaintiff in 
erection of four dwellinv;-houses in Manhattan 
ave., at corner of 112th St., by reason of the 
construction of the New Aque uct through 
Manhattan ave. in 1887 and 1888, $175,000. 

Sa!ary as Superintending Inspector of Masonry 
on the New Aqueduct, from February i, 1890, 
to Februiry 1, 1891, at $135 per month, $1,520. 

ITo recover amount of assessment paid for 64th 
St. regulating, etc., bet. 8th ave. and Hudson 
river, $1,6^4.50. 

Summons only served. 



do 
do 



To recover back taxes assessed and collected 

upon premiums on United States bonds fox 

i88z, $6,1x3.06. 
To recover amount of assessment paid for 

regulating, etc., Dyclcman 't. $553,75. 
To foreclose lien under contract of James J. 

Levias, for regulating, etc., xB9th St., from 

Amsterdam to Wadsworth ave. 
That assessment for sewers on west side of 8th 

ave., between 124th and z )7th sts., on certain 

ward numbers in Blocks 945, 946, 947 and 948, 

Twelfth Ward, be vacated and defendants re« 

strained from collecting, etc., $3,983.60. 
To recover amount ot assessment paid for 3d 

ave. sewer, bet. 9)d and 107th sts., $6so. 
To recover amount of as«essment paid for 2d 

ave. regulating, etc., $1,387.11. 
To recover amount ofassers nentpaid for Man* 

hattan st. regulating, e:c., St. Nicholas and 

i2th aves., $729.00. 
To recover am )unt of asse^^sment paid for 135th 

St. regulating, etc., bet. 8th ave. and Harlem 

river, $7,250. 
To recover amount ot assessment paid for 3d 

ave. sewer, bet. 93d and 107th st«:., $1,252.60. 
To recover amount of assessment paid 'or Mm- 

hittan St. r^'gulatin^, etc., bet. St. Nicholas 

and i2th aves., $6,501.85. 
Citation only served. 

To recover back amount paid for assessment for 
Boulevard sewers, bet. 6ist and 77th sts., 
$49210 

I'o recover amount of assessment paid for regu- 
lating, etc.. Boulevard, be» 59th and 155th 
sts., $744.12 

To set aside a settlement between plaintiff and 
Charle< E. Lydecker, Public Administrator, 
and satisfaction piece filed Jan. 8. 1890, and to 
recover $r, 566. 46 now in hands of Court. 

Damages for personal injuries resulting *■ 

falling on snow and ice on the sidewilk ' 
St , between 5th and Lenox aves., Feb 
189s, $15,000. 



ji>Ab_^ 



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COUKT. 



Regis- 

TKK 

Folio. 



When 

commenchd. 



Title of Action. 



Supreme ... 49 222 



45 430 



(( 



47 

33 
44 



<f 



<< 



<c 



City. 



Supreme . . 



(I 



«( 



tt 



** 



« 



41 

48 



53 
48 

37 



iS 



363 



120 









Jan. 


13. 


1896 


Feb. 


14. 


1894 


Oct. 


27. 


« 



Nature of Action. 



Plummer, James H Assignee of Powis & Co., lor damages for 

allep^ed breach of contract to furnish piles for 
Dock Department in 1893, $3,389.50. 
To rec<iver excess of assessment paid for Clif- 
ton St. regulating, grading, etc., between St. 
Ann's and Union avcs., #304.35. 

Pollock, James, vs. The To restrain interference wiih plaintiff's work of 



Pokorny, Frank. 



44 122 



55 
49 
45 

56 
41 
45 



Jan. 11, 1886 



Mayor, etc., and Michael 
T. Daly, Commissioner of 

Public \Voi ks 

Porter, Horace 



** 21, 1893 Posner, Henry, vs. The 
Mayor, etc., of the City ()(| 
New York, John J. Ryan; 
and others, members of the 
Twenty-fifth As->rrobly Dis- 
trict, Tanim:iny Hall Gen- 



" 21, " 



repaving Pearl St., from Whitehall st. to Han- 
over Sq., and from annulling the contract. 

To recover back excess of as.<;essment for sewers 
in i34lh St., from Willis to Brook ave., reduced 
by the Ass'S^ment Commis>ion, $318.50. 

Daniajies for lo.ss of services of Rosalie Posner 
by reason of alleged personal injuriesreceived 
Sef)ternber 15, 1892, at 3d ave., between 90th 
and 91st sts., by an explosion of fireworks, 
§10,000. 



eral Commitiee. 
Posner, Rosal e, vs. The Dam.iftes for alleged personal injuries received 

September 15, 1892, at 3d ave., between 90th 
and gist streets, by an explosion of fireworks, 

$15,000. 



41 298 June II, 189X 
53 342 Apr. 8, 1897 



493 



X4, 1886 



33 

57 173 j Dec. 31, 1897 

57 
57 



23 ■ " 31. •• 



25 



" 31. " 



299 June II, i8qi 
273 Aug. 16, 1895 



126 

339 
158 



53 383 



33 
102 

160 

363 
300 

355 



47 47 



Feb. 13, 1897 
Sept. 13, 1895 
Dec. 24, 1887 



Apr. 22, 1897 

May 20, '* 

Nov. 27, 1895 
Nov. 4, 1893 

Dec. 2, 1897 
June II, 189X 
Feb. 7, 1894 

Nov. 15, " 



Mayor, etc., of the City of 

New York, John J Ryan 

and others, members of the 

Twenty-filth Assemlly Dis- 
trict, Tammany Hall (jen- 

eral Committee 

Post, George B., and Charhs 

A. Po~t, executors of Joil IJ. 

Post, deceased, et al 

Potter, Eugene ClifTord, vs. 

Cluis. H. T. Colli'>, Com-' 

nussioner of Public Woiks,; 

The Mayor, etc.. Kighth 

Avenue Railroad Co., The 

Metropolitan Stre<:t Rail- 
way Co 

I Potter, Francis, vs. James 

Meaken ^Capt. William 

Mcakim 

'Potter, Frederick, as admin- Summons only served 

istrator of Orlando B. Pot-! 

I ter, decease^. ■ 

Potter, Frederick ()., as ad 
j ministrator of Jfjscpli L. i 

I Potter, deceas- d 

Potter, Frederick G., sole! 

trustee, etc., of William | 

Henry Potter, deceased ... 1 

Potter, Orlando B Summons only served. 

Potter, Ray Damages for personal injuries alleged to have 

been received June 15, 1895, by falling on 
! crosswalk at 5th ave. and 18th St., $1,000. 
Powers, Annie |Suinmons only served. 



Summons only served. 



To restrain granting of permit or operations 
thereunder to change 8th ave. railroad from 
horse to electrical road. 



Damages for alleged false arrest and imprison- 
ment, February 15, 1886, $5,000. 



I To recover amount of assessment paid 
; regulating, etc., Dyckman St., $2,359.45. 

lo recover amount of assessment paid 
regulating, etc., Dyckman st., $894.39. 



for 



for 



1 Powers, Louis 

iPreniiss, George L 



Presutti, Guiseppi. 

Prey, Frank O 

Prince Line, 189?, Limited, vs. 



do 



To have asses.sraent for St. Nicholas ave. sewers, 
between 124th and i32d sts., on Ward No. 44, 
Block 941, declared void and to recover back 
amount therefor, $47.80. 

To recover amount of mechanic's lien for mate- 
rial furnished under contract of James J. 
Levins for regulating:, etc., z89th st. and Am- 
sterdam ave., $22. 

Damages for personal injuries received at i33<i 
St., bet. Alexander and Willis aves., $10,000. 

Replevin of nineteen bags of coffee, valued at 

John F. Harriot I $475- 

Pringle, James W., and 'To r strain further proceeding in 



Adolph L. Goudeau vs. the 
Board of Revision and Cor- 
rection of Assessment LisLs 
Prior, George B., executor. 



respect 



to 



revision of assessment for paving Liberty sti 
between Washington and West sts. 



To recover amount of assessment paid for BouU* 

etc., of Robert Prior I vard sewer, bet. io6th and 153d sts. " 

Protestant Episcopal House, Summons only served, 
of Mercy. 

To recover amount of assessment paid for Mor- 
ris ave. regulating, etc., from xaSth to 1S5A 
St., $xoo.o6. 
vs. Summons only served. 



Prunty, Alichael. 



Pucci, Antonio G., 
Eugene J. Cumisky, The 
Mayor, etc., John Lane et 
al 



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Court. 



Regis- 
ter 
' Folio. 



Supreme ... 1 37 159 



<c 



(< 



« 



tl 



« 



ft 



l( 



li 



«< 



...47 271 



. . • ! 45 380 
... I 56 265 



... 56 261 

55 100 
. . . ' 39 465 

•••43 173 

... 46 90 

42 3^9 

56 524 
^7 227 

50 275 

43 3 



City 

Suprame ... 



<« 



45 383 

47 264 

47 390 

57 ^74 

45 358 

5a 810 

53 5» 

57 "X 

55 14 



When 
Commenced. 



Dec. 24, 1887 
Feb. 20, 1895 

" 8, 1894 
Nov. 15, 1897 



" 15. " 



June 8, " 
Mar. 20, 1890 
May 27, 1892 

Apr. 30, 1894 
Dec. 25, 189X 

*• 27, 1897 
Feb. 4, 1895 

July 17, 1896 
Jan. 36, 1892 



Feb. 8, 1894 
** 18, 1895 

Apr. a, " 

Dec. 31, 1897 
Feb. 7, 1894 



Nov. 4, 
Jan. ai, 

Dec. 31, 

May 13, 



1896 
1897 



<< 



«« 



Title of Action. 



Nature of Action. 



Pumfrey. Mary E., sole ex- 
ecutrix of estate of Lemuel 
G. Evans, deceased 



Purdy, Thomas L., and Isaac 
Purdy, as executors of[ 
Isaac H. Purdy and the: 
said I«aac Purdy, individ-) 
ually 

Purdy, William F., and J. Summons only served. 
Henry Purdy 

Purser, George H., et al., ex- 
ecutors of George H. Pur- 
ser, deceased, vs. The 
Mayor, etc.. and Herman 
Brisler, receiver, etc 

Quackenbush, Abraham 



To have assessment for Boulevard tree-planting 
between 59th and 155th sts., on Ward No. 64, 
Block 1182, declared void and to recover back 
amount paid therefor, $47.47. 

For an award made in the matter of Reservoif 
" M," in Parcel No. i, $19,000. 



Quinan, Patrick, vs. The 
Mayor, etc., and Patrick 
Cosiello .' 

Quiun, George 



Quinn, John 



Quinn, Peter 

Quinn, William F. 



Radford, Edwin. 



Raifowiih, Rachel 



RaflFerty, Peter F. 



Ramsdell, Homer, and the 
Homer Ramsdell Traaspor- 
tation Co. vs. The New 
York Central and Hudson 
River Railroad Co., West 
Shore Railroad Co., the 
Department of Docks and 
Board of Docks of the Cn y 
of New York, and James D. 
Leary 

Ramsey, Philip 

Rand Drill Co. v$. The 
Mayor, etc., Terence A. 
Smith et al 

Randolph, Charles H 

Rasines, Amelia 

Rausch, Herman 

Raven, Richard M 

Rayney, James, vs. The 
Mayor, etc., et al 

Rector, etc., of St. James 
Church, successors ol the 
Church of the Holy Trinity 

Redner, Daniel 



For money in the hands of Comptroller to the 
credit of Albert B. Kirtland, assignee to 
plaintiffs decedent, $1,000. 



To rfcover amount paid to Commissioner of 
Public Works lor permit to put in area lights 
in premises cor. io6th st. and Columbus ave., 
$100.17. 

Summons with notice for $25.35 served. 



For salary as Laborer on repairing streets in 
Department of Public Works, from July a to 
September 19, 1889, $1x4. 

Damages for alleged personal iujuries resulting 
from falliug upon ice and snow on the side- 
walk and crosswalk at the corner of Henry 
and Scammel sts. on January 31, 189a, 
$10,000. 

For balance of salary as an Inspector of Masonry 
on Ne./ Aqueduct, $276. 

Balance of salary as Inspector of Masonry on 
New Aqueduct, between December 10, 1888, 
and May 6, 1889, and for 1,500 hours extra 
services, $1,000. 

For extra work as Section Foreman in Street 
Cleaning Department, from Jan. 29 to Oct. 31, 
1897, $98. 

Damages for personal injuries alleged to have 
been received on August 16, 1894, by walk- 
ing in depression in the sidewalk on Orchard 
St., $2,000. 

To cancel taxes on premises No. 231 East a9th 
St., for 1890 to 1895, inclusive, and to recover 
amounts paid, $478.16. 

To restrain the defendants from driving piles 
and building a ferry rack at south side of 
Pier, new 24, North river. 



To recover amount of assessment paid for Mor- 
ns ave. regulating, etc., from Z38th to X55th 
St., $27.77. 

To foreclose lien under contract of defendant 
Smith, for construction of sewer in Dykman 
St., between Hudson river and Kingsbridge 
road, $203. 

Damages for personal injuries received by fall- 
ing on snow and ice at crosswalk at 3d ave. 
and iioth st., December 9, 1894, $20,000. 

Summons only served. 

To recover amount of assessment paid for Mor- 
ris ave. regulating, etc., from xsSth to 155th 
St., $437.21. 

To recover amount of assessment paid for 
regulating, etc., Momingside ave.. $196. 

Dama4es for personal injuries caused by the fall 
of building No. 1078 Madison ave., Sept. a6, 

1896, $2,000. 

Summons only served. 



For salary alleged to be due as Patrolman, from 
Jan. z to June x, 1896, $5ao.83. 



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Court. 



Supreme . . 



«< 



Regis- 
ter 
Folio. 



49 
38 
45 
53 

55 
45 



436 

ao5 

186 

30 

39 
221 



When 
Commenced. 






' 45 33 



I 



50 

45 

57 
56 



443 



382 



II 

413 



Apr. 7, 1896 
Dec. 18, 1888 
Nov. 23, 1893 
Jan. 16, 1897 
May 24, " 
Dec. 9, 1893 

Mar. 23, 1894 

Aug. 22, 1896 
Feb. 8, 1894 



Dec. 30, 1897 
«• _ ». 
/» 



Title of Action. 



Nature or Action. 



42 419 Jan. 9, 1892 



49 
46 



12 : Oct. 21, i8;;5 



443 



U.S. DIst... 47 387 



Supreme ... 47 

I 
... 56 



9, 1894 



Apr. I, 1895 



451 



25. 



145 



5'8 



Oct. 19, 1897 



Mar. 5, 1883 



29 

55 449 ^^P^' 3^^. 1897 






«< 



«( 



•••'57 

...! 41 



112 

314 



<( 



4* 



47 316 



49 2 18 



' 50 73 



55 
49 
55 



385 
179 

373 



57 1x3 



Dec. 31, " 
June 12, 1891 



Mar. 13, 1895 



Redmond, James Damages for personal injuries received Jan. 5, 

J 1896, by fallmg on sidewalk at If o. 389 Bowery, 
I $2,000. 
Redmond, Mary T., In re, For an award made to unknown owners on 

• petition of Parcel No. 45, in acquiring lands for New 

Aqueduct, $3,750. 
Reeder, Edward F., Aujrusta For an award made to unknown owners on 
R<*eder and Michael J. premises No. 391 South St., in the matter of 

Walsh, (Matter of) acquiring title toCorlears Hook Park, $11,000. 

Reese, Henry ;l'o recover back amount of assessment paid for 

regulutin,;;, etc., ist ave.. fro an 92d to lOQth 
St., S1.033. 

Reeves, George H 1 Assignee of Ducker Portable House Co., to 

I recover amount due for repatts to skate-house 

in Central Park, $650. 

JRehfeld, William H., vs. To fori close lien for labor performed under 

Patrick Gallagher, The' contract of defendant Gallagher, for erecting 

Mayor, etc., and Anthony, new school building on southerly side of West 

Mulderig ' 46th st., near 6th ave., $501 30. 

Reichert, Christ Damiges for loss of daughter, by reason of 

being run over by a horse and killed at 
southerly side of 46th st. and zst ave., March 
24, 1893, $5,000. 

Reidel, Emil H For an award made in the matter of acquiring 

title to land for school site at Henry, Oliver 
and Caharine sts., $43,000. 
jReiderniann, Henry To recover amou'it of assessment paid for Mor- 
ris ave. regulating, etc., from Z38th to xssth 
St., $519 66. 

Reifman, Lieu Summons only served. 

ReiUy, Bernard For difference in wages as Mason in Park De- 

j partment, bet. $4 and $3.50 per day, $21.25. 

Reilly, James ! Salary as Engineer m the Department of Public 

1 Works, from July 15, 18S9, to October 7, 1891, 
I $2,045. 

Reilly R'.^hael 'Damages bv reason of falling of stone wall on 

I premises No. 425 West I4qth st., $14,075. 
Reilly, Thomas, vs. John: To foreclose lien for laoor performed under 
Van Aiken, The Mayor, contract of defendant Van Aiken, for paving 

F^ist I nth St., between ist and Pleasant aves., 
and at intersection of 97th st. and Madison 
ave . $22.50. 

, Reilly, Thomas, el al Dama.^es to schooner "Clara Waples'* by colli- 

j sion with Pelham Bay Bridge, September 19, 

I ib94, $2,312. 

iReilly, William J For wajjes as Dump Inspector of Street Clean- 
ing Department, from April 25, 1894, to Feb- 
ruary i8, 1895. I137.38. 

Reynal, Nathalie F ' I'o lecover excess of amount paid to Depart- 

I ment of Public Works for vault excavating at 
I Nos.Q, II, 13 and 15 Murray st., $2,755 62. 
Reynolds, Christopher H.... Salary as Engineer m Fire Department, from 

I December 1, 1870, to January i, 1883, at'$i,8ou 
I per annum, $21,750. 
Rhall, William, an infant, by Damages for personal injuries received from an 
John Rhall. his guardian employee of Board ot Education on June 22 
ad litem, vs. The Bjard of, 1897, $20,00 j. 

Education i 

Rhinelander, William Summons only served. 

Rhoadcs, John Harsen ami do 

Jacob Halstead, as ex- 
ecutors, etc , of Jacob 

Harsen, deceased i 

Richar, Catharine Damages for personal injuries alleged to have 

been received by falling on ice on sidewalk 
at No. 1468 Lexington ave., January 17, 1895, 
$5,.)Oj. 
To foreclose lien against contract of defendant 
Patrick CJallagher for erecti<in of a school 
huildlig on eastern side of Edgecombe ave., 
betwe II 140th and 141st sts., $627.65. 
Damages to premises at southwest comer i6ist 
St. and Walton ave., by bursung era leak of 
b'sin in Aug., 1894, $5,000. 

Richardson, Joseph G '■ Damages for withholding possession of premises, 

i part of Avenue C in Unionport, ^1,300. 
Richmond, William T Summons with notice served. 



et<?., and all others whom 
it may concern 



Jan. 9, 1896 Richards, Charles W., as re- 
ceiver of the Simonds Mf^. 
Co., vs. Charles O. Brown, 
The Mayor, etc., et al 

May 8, " Richards,' Joseph 



Aug. 31, 1897 
Dec. 24, 1896 



19, 1897 Richtcr, Katie , 



«< 



31. 



(( 



Ridabock, W. S 



To vacate and declare void assessment against 
premises of plaintiff made by Village of 

Wakefield in 1895. 
Summons only served. 



63 



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Court. 



Supreme 



Regis- 
ter 
Folio. 



57 4 

56 523 

45 320 

43 400 

40 398 



40 399 



40 400 



40 401 



When 

Commenced. 



Dec. 30, 1897 
•• 27. •• 

" 3. 1894 
Sept. 30, 1892 
Nov. 26, 1890 

" 86, •• 



" 26, *• 



26. •• 



40 402 



26, " 



«< 



55 49 



56 533 



53 374 



46 121 



35 80 



43 394 



43 208 



Title of Action. 



Riddle, Charles M., executor, 
etc., oi James Riddle, de- 
ceased 

Rieder, Frederick A 



Nature op Action. 



Riley, Joseph W. 



May 25, 1897 



Dec. 28, " 



Apr. 20, " 



May z6, 1894 



Dec. 2, 1886 



Sept. 27, 1892 



«< 



<( 



• • • 


37 100 


• • • 


49 440 


• • • 


49 426 



Rinschler, Anton (Matter of) . 



Roberts, Edward, No. i.... 



do 



No. 2. . . . 



do 



No. 3.. 



do 



No, 4. 



do 



No. 5... 



June 29, " 



Dec. 5. 1887 



Apr. 8, 1896 



" 2, " 



Roberts, Irene B., et al., ex- 
ecutors oi Edward Roberts, 
deceased 

Roberts, Nathan B., and 
James D. Shipman, as ex- 
ecutors of Edward F. Rob- 
.erts 

Roberts, Peter, vs. The 
Eighth Avenue Railroad 
Co., Metropolitan Street 
Railway Co. and The 
Mayor, etc 

Robinson, George H., vs. 
The Sinking Fund Commis- 
sioners, etc 

Robinson, John D., execu- 
tor, etc., of Anna C. Robin- 
son, deceased 



To recover amount of assessnsent paid for regu- 
lating, etc., Dyckman st., $^,528.93. 

For extra work as Detailed Sweeper in Street 
Cleaning Department, Irom Dec. 16, 1896, to 
Nov. 10, 1897, $152.55. 

Damages for loss of horse, harness pnd phaetonf 
March 26, 1893, driven o^ Kingsbridge road 
into the Harlem river, $500. 

For an award made on Damage Map No. 8, in 
the matter of opening Melrose ave., fro 01 3d 
ave. to East 163d St., in the asd Ward, $7,738. 

That assessment for sewer in 3d ave.. between 
93d and ic7th sts., on Ward Nos. 45 to 28, 
Bicck 302, and Ward No. 40A, Block 394, be 
declared void and the plaintiff recover the 
amount paid by him therefor, $3,975*56. 

That assessment for sewers m 95111 and 98th 
sts., between ist and 3d aves., and in i^t ave., 
etc., on vari<'U8 Ward numbers in Blocks 302, 
208, 2oq and xao, be declared void and the 
plamtiff recover the amount paid by him 
therefor, $892.85. 

That assessment for outlet sewer in xc6th st,, be- 
tween Harlem river and 5th ave., with 
branches, etc., on various Ward numbers in 
Blocks 302, 208, 309 and z2o, be declared void 
and the plaintiff recover the amount paid by 
him therefor, $1,318.88. 

That assessment for sewer in ist ave., between 
92d and iioth stt.,and 2d ave., between 95th 
and zo9th sts.. with branches, etc., on 
various Ward numbers in Blocks 303, 308. 209, 
X20 and 307, be declared void and the plaintiff 
recover the amount paid by him therefor, 

$11,515.4?- 
That assessment for sewer in ist ave., between 

92d and ixoth sts., and 2d ave., between ^5th 

and 109th sts., with branches, etc., on various 

Ward numbers in Blocks 302, 208, 200, 120 and 

307. be declared void and the plaintin re cover 

the amount paid by him therefor, $11,5x5.43. 

I To recover amount of assessment paid for reg- 

' ulaiing. etc., ist ave., from 92d to loQtli St., 

' .<848.98. 

I'o recover amount of assessment paid for 
regulating, etc., 1st ave., from 92d to 109th 
St., $7,276.62. 

To restrain opening of streets along line of 8th 
ave., for purpose of converting present horse 
railroad into an electric road. 



Injunction to restrain the Commissioners from 
selling or leasing the ferry franchise from the 
f'.ot of Whitehall st. to 65th St., Bay Ridge, 
Long Island. 

To recover back excess of assessment for 66th 
St. outlet sewer, on Ward Nos. 12)^ and 13, 
Block 204, $33.26. 



Robinson, William G., vs.iTo foreclos* lien for labor performed and 
Jeremiah J. Deady and I'he materials furnished between June and Sep- 
' "" tembcr, 1891, under contract of defendant 

Deady, for alterations and repairs to School 
No. 36, at No. 710 E. 9th St., $1,516.81. 



Mayor, etc.. of the City oi 
New York, No. 3 



Roche, James 



Roche, Michael. 



Rodgers, John C . 



Rodgers, John C. vs. The 
Mayor, etc., J. J. Marrin, 
ei al 



Balance of salary as Engineer in the Depart- 
ment of Public Works, from July 15, 1889, 
to April 20, 1892, at $r,ooo per annum, $2,786.10. 

For balance of salary as Kxcise Inspector, from 
December 16, 1B80, to November 7, 188 1, at 
$800 per annum, «733.26. 

Amount alleged to be due under contract of A. 
M.Newton, for constructing sewer in Inter- 
vale ave., from Southern Boulevard to Wilkina 
pi., $17,697.60. 

To foreclose lien under contract of Marrin P 
for regulat ng. etc.. East x67th st., from 
pect IP We-tchcster ave., $3,206.70. 



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Court. 



Supreme . . 



I Regis- 
ter 
; Folio. 

38 343 



4« 






... 53 270 

I 

I _ 

... I 47 228 

I 

. . . ; 42 260 



43 94 



40 175 
39 153 



55 5 

48 309 

57 "4 

43 383 

52 16S 

53 430 

45 36X 

45 435 



I 

•••! 44 371 

I 

i 
...i 53 164 

...i 55 164 
•••1 55 394 



..,55 150 
• • i 53 293 



...; 48 131 



50 211 



46 114 



When 

COMMliNCFD. 



Title of Action. 



Nature of Action. 



Feb. 26, 1889 Rodgcrs, John C, and EJ-,To foreclose Hen for materials, etc., furnished 
ward J. Farrell vs. John between January i, 1885, and January i, 
O'Brien et al., and The. 1888, in construction of Section A of New 
?Jayor. etc Aqueduct, $151,174.39. 

Roeber, Wm., and ano. (Mat- 'Application for IcAve to sell leases, scales, bins, 
tor of the assignment of ) . . , etc. 

Roijan, John H., as re- For portion of an award of $i.6oz, made in the 
ceiver, etc. (Matter of)....' m.Ttter of opening Bronx Park to Cornelius 

Sloken, now deceased. 

Rogers, Albert H., vs. Allen Damages for giving an alleged false certificate 



Mar. 23, 1897 
Feb. 4, 1895 



Oct. 22, 1891 
Mar. 19, 1892 

July 9, 1890 
Sept. 18, 1889 



Kitch 
Field 



and Matthew D. 



of insanity on October 32. 1889, ^50,000. 



Rogers, Archibald That a!<«sessment for Boulevard sewers, between 

j I'ooih and 153d sts., on Ward Nos. 13 to 16. 

Block 1 182, be declared void, and to recover 

bick the amount paid therefor on June 10, 

1889, S234.75. 
Rogers, James To foreclose lien under contract of O'Brien & 

Clark for construction of Section xzA of the 

New Aqueduct. 
Ro,a;ers, John C. Fxiward Balance claimed to be due plaintiffs, and John 



May II, 1897 
Sept. 6, 1895 

Dec. 31, 1897 
Sept. 19, 1892 

Oct. 20, 1896 
May 4, 1697 

Feb. 8, 1894 

" 15. " 
July 18.1893 

Feb. 25, 1897 



June 28, " 
Sept. 2, " 



Shanly and EdwardJ. Far- 
rell 



Brunton and Dennis Ryan, their assigns, and 
materials furnished ancl work done on Sec- 
tions 13 and 14 of New Croton Aqueduct, m 
i2th Ward, New York. $238,301.17 ; for 
care of Section i^, in November and December, 
1888, $450, and for extra work on Section 15, 
Six. 75^5. and for extra work, etc., on Sections 
, . . ^ X4 and 15, «i,o5i.i^— $241,553.30. 
Rogers, Mary, as ad mniis-, Summons only served, 
tratrix, etc., of John Rog- 
ers, deceased 

Roll, Ernest Damages for personal injuries by being thrown 

j from wagon by collision with pile of sand in 
East ii6t-i St., near Madison ave., on Novem- 
, ber 24, 1894, $1,000. 
Roman Catholic Orphan. Summons only served. 

Asylum 

Rooney, James For salary as cook on Board of Street Cleaning 

Department boat, " Frank I>assori," from 
July 14, 1887, to July 16, 1892, at $16 per 
month, $3,600. 

Rose, Hudson P Damages for cutting down of certain trees on 

j property of plaintiff and cost of removing 

] same, $160. 

Rose, Hudson P., vs. Louis To restrain interference with t-he laying of water 

F. HafiFhjn, Commissioner ot pipes to connect with mains of New York and 

Street Improvements, etc.. I Westchester Water Co. at Mapes' estate, in 

; Village of West Chester. 

Rosenthal, Leonore Damages for personal injuries alleged to have 

been received September 29, 1893, by falling 
on sidewalk at No. 136 Eighth ave.,$zo,ooo. 
That assessment for 42d st. arch and wall be 
j vacaieil, and to recover the amount paid there- 
' for on Lot 5^^, Block 158, $ae>8.oi. 

Roskin, Solomon Damaj^es for personal injuries allied to have 

been received by fall.ng in the sewer manhole 

in sidewalk at corner of Orchard and Hester 

sts., on Dec. 12, 1892, $10,000. 

Roth, Jacob, by Ignatz Roth, For da-nagcs for personal injuries resulting from 

guardianadlitem, vs. Boa.d chastisement received in Grammar School 

of Education No. 4, <io.o:o. 

Rothschild, Scligman Summons only served. 

Rottenber;?, Ignatz N., vs. Injunction to restrain defendants, CoUis and 
Charles H. T. Cv'llis, Com- j Wild*, from permitting Second Avenue Rail- 
missioner of Public Works, road Co. to change motive power to elec- 
Howard P. Wilds, Dei)iity tricity. 
Commissioner, and Second 

Avenue Railroad Co , 

Rourke, John (Matter of the.Appli-ration of The Mayor, etc., for payment of 

estate of] , claim of $1,556.06. 

Rourke, Michael J For services as Keeper at Blackwell's Island 

Lunatic Asylum and services as Stonecutter 
since xMay 15, 1890, $8,657.50. 
.Rouse, Callman, vs. John Replevin of clotliing seized by the police while 
F. Harriot, as Property being removed from No. 10 BsLxter sc iSoo. 
Clerk, etc * 

Rowan, Thomas Damages for personal injuries by faltins into a 

hole in the sidewalk in front of No. 3059 First 
ave., on Dec. 14, 1895, $10,000. 
L)amage> for a-.sault and battery and false srrest 



Rosenthal, Robert S 



June 22, •* 
Mar. 26, " 

June 29, 1895 

July 3, 1896 

May 12, 1894 'Rubin. Moriss, vs. Francis 



McCarrick and imprisonment, April 20, 2894, Aj 500. 



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Schedule i — Suits against the City, etc. 



Court. 



Supreme . . 




Title of Action. 



<< 



56 350 

53 266 

53 267 

5.S 173 

36 486 



Nov. 30, 1897 
Mar. 20, •* 



•• 20, " 



iRudowsky, Carl, 



June 23, 



(( 



Oct. 14, 1887 



44 244 

57 "6 

43 426 
55 4c8 

55 157 

53 394 

57 149 

44 131 

37 179 

43 131 

48 52 

53 7° 

49 269 

53 364 

52 443 
40 321 

50 307 

57 X50 

49 xBo 

42 160 

42 z6i 

45 385 

23 521 

50 III 

53 45 



May 3, 1893 

Dec. 31, 1897 

Oct. 12, 1892 
Sept. II, 1897 

June 25, •• 
Apr. 24, " 

Dec. 31, " 
Jan. 37, 1893 

Dec. 30, 1887 
Apr. 12, 1892 
May x8, 1895 

Jan. x8, 1897 
** 30, 1896 

Nov. 21, " 
Dec. 31, " 
Oct. 13, 1890 
July 21, 1896 

Dec. 31, 1897 

" 24, 1895 

Sept. A, 189 1 
(( . .< 

4» 

Feb. 8, 1894 
Dec. 8, 1877 

Sept. I, 1896 
Jan. 21, 1897 



Ruez, Jean Baptiste, vs. John 
Doe (captain in. charge of 
East 35th street police 
station) 

{Ruez, Jean Baptiste, vs. 

i James Healy 

Ruser, Anna (Matter of) ... . 



Russell, Charles H., Jr., 
Robert S. Hone, Geo. Mc- 
CuUoch Miller and John 
W. Auchincloss, executors 
of the estate of Charles H. 
Russell, deceased 

Russell, Charles H., as re- 
ceiver of the Knickerbocker 
Life Insurance Co 

Russell. Charles Howland.as 
executor, etc., of Charles 
H . Russell, deceased 

Russell, John 



Nature of Action. 



Russell, John W., vs. The 
Mayor, etc., Robert Mc- 
Artney and Joseph Priora. 

Ruther, William 



Rutherford, M.Louise. 



Rutherford M.Ix)uise. 



Ryan, Agnes, an infant, by 
Mary C.Ryan, her guardian 
ad litem 



Ryan, James 



Ryan, James C 



Ryan, Mary Ellen. 



Ryan, Matthew 



Ryan, Michael, vs. Stephen 
O'Brien and Norman L. 
Cole 



Ryan, Patrick F.. 
Ryan, Thomas M , 



Ryder, Albert L., and 

Patrick J. Dougherty .... 
Sadlier, Francis X 



Sadli'*r, Francis X., as re- 
ceiver of Cassidy & Adler. 
Sage, Russell 



Sahlien, Moses, No. i 

do No. « 

St. Michael s Protestant 

Episcopal Church 

Salisbury, John 



Samek, Jacob, vs. Mordecai 
S Kauffman and John F. 
Harriot 

Sanders, Joshua C 



To recover amount of judgment for costs on 

appeal, $21.42. 
Damages for false arrest, ^5,000. 



do 

For award made in the matter of opening Brook 
ave., from East 165th st. to Webster ave., 
$489.16. 

To have assessment for Boulevard sewers, be- 
tween 6 1st and 77th sis., on Ward Nos.29to33, 
Block 306 ; Ward Nos. 27 to 29 and 37 to 40, 
Block 307 ; Ward Nos. 22 to 24 and 43 to 46, 
Block 209, declared void and to recover back 
amount paid therefor, $5,929.5?. 

For excess of assessment paid for regulating, 
etc., Madison ave., on Ward Nos. 20 and 53, 
Block 477, Twelfth Ward, $1,284.40. 

Summons only served. 



Salary as Patrolman, from July 30, 1885, to 

February 29, 1892, $7,93^. 
To foreclose' lien under contract for furnishing 

school-house at 169th st. and 5d ave., $550.86. 

Damnges for prrsonal injuries received at public 
dump at West isth st., $5,000. 

To recover amount ol assessments paid for 
sewers in 66th St., bet. xoth ave. and Boule- 
vard, $106.77. 

Summons only served. 

Damages for alleged personal injuries received 
on April 11, 1891, by falling over stump of a 
tree in sidewalk of X22d St., between 2d and 
3d aves., $25,000. 

Salary as member of the so-called Wolf Board 
of Aldermen for years 1881 and 1882, at $2,000 
per annum, $4,000. 

Balance of s.-^lary as Inspector of Masonry on 
the New Aqueduct, from April i, 1887, to 
December z8, 1889, $3,900. 

Damages for personal injuries received by slip- 
ping and falling in Harry Howard's Square, 
at junction of Baxter, Canal and Water sts., 
$10,000. 

Salary as Instructor and Keeper in the Black- 
well's Island Prisons, $37,875. 

To restrain defendant Cole from perfecting 
photograph of plaintiff and defendant O'Brien 
from receiving the same for use in Rogues' 
Gallery. 

For services as Janitor of Branch Town Hall, in 
the Vi'lage of Willianubiidue, $400. 

For services as Inspector of Sewers, in the Vil- 
lage of Williamsbridge, $750. 

Summons only served. 

To recover amount of assessment paid for 
regulating, etc., 1st ave., from 92d to xc9th 
st , $254.70. 

Summons only served. 

Summons only served. 

do 
do 
do 

Damages for not awarding contract to plaintiff 
for regulating, paving, etc., 93d St., from 3d 
ave. to East river, advertised July 16, 1874, 
$25,000. 

For amounts advanced at certain times on arti- 
cles of jewelry alleged to have been stolen, 
$2,275. 

To recover amount of assessment r\ai(^ fnr 
sewers, bet. 79th and 88th sts. an<^ 
aves., $575.93. 



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Schedule i— Suits against the City, etc. 



Court. 


Rfcis- 

TER 

Folio. 


Supreme . . . 


55 314 


• . . 


37 "9 


... 


47 92 




44 149 




Title of Action. 



Naturb op Action. 



Apr. I, 1877 
Dec. 12, 1887 






Sanderson, Thomas ' For saUiry as Building Inspector, from July 6 to 

I Nov. 23, 1894, I420. 
Sandford, Sarah M., No. 2... To have assessment for Boulevard sewers, be- 

I tween 77th and 92d sts., on Ward Nos. u 

I to 15, 17 to 48 and 50 to 53, Block 313, de- 

' clared void and to recover back amount paid 

therefor, 12,325.70. 

II, 1894 ! Sanger, William C, Mary That assessment for xst ave. r^^lating, etc, 

I C. Sanger and Samuel E.' betwren ^2d and 109th sts, on the property ot 

I Howard, individually and the plaintiff, be declared void, and to recover 

as executors, etc.. of Henry the amount paid, $494.65. 

Sanger, deceased 

Sauer, George W Dama^^es to premises known as " Atlantic 

I Casino." at 155th st. and 8th ave., in June, 
' ' I 1890, $40,000. 

50 113 ; Sept. 1,1896 Ssuer. George W., vs. The'Tore^traiji interference with the balconies, stair- 

' Mayor, Commissioner oi, ways, etc , attached to Atlanta Casino Build* 

Public Works et al ing, 155th St. and 8th ave. 

Apr. 22, 1893 Savings Bank of Danhury ... Summons only served. 
Savings Hank of New Hritain do 

Savings Bank of New Lon-! do 

don I 

Savings Hank of Kockville ... do 



i Feb. 16, 1893 



44 240 
44 239 
44 238 



" 22, •• 
•• 22, •• 



44 237 
52 148 



i •' 22. " 



; Oct. 15, 1896 

i 

I 

48 2x3 July 18, 1895 

I 

48 26 May 6, " 

I 

! 

49 294 : Feb. 5, 1896 

I 

I 

I 
55 456 . Oct. 5, 1897 



City 

Supreme . . . 



55 425 

4<J 339 

52 419 

45 4" 

53 107 

55 148 

55 4»i 



' Sept. 22, " 
Aug. 15, i8y4 

Dec. 28, i8;6 

Feb. 12, 1894 

" 5. 1897 

June 22, " 
Sei)t.33, " 



I Sawyer, Hannah J To recover back amount of assessment paid for 

I I regulating, etc., Madisou ave. from zo5th to 

j t2oth sts., $422.20. 

Scerbo, Antonio, vs. The'To fiircclosc lien under contract of defendant 

j Mayor, ate, Terrence A. Smith for building a sewer in Kingsbridge 

I Smith, et al road, between Dyckman st. and Naegle ave., 

$1,728. 
,Schafer,KdwardR., as admin- Damages for death of plaintlflfs intestate, 
istrator of Franz Schafer. causeii by falling off beer wa^on while driv- 

j deceased inc; over manholes in street at comer of 2d 

ave. and 127th St., S<»ptember 3, 1894, $5,coo. 
Scheible, Thomas, v«:. N. Y. Damages for personal injuries caused by ex- 
Mutual Gas-light Co., plosion of gas in 39th St., bet. 8th and 9th 
Equitable G.is-light Co., aves., Oct. v, 1895, $5,000. 
The Mayor, etc., and 

Eugene J . Flood 

Schepliird, Will:am ]., vs. To foreclose lien under contract of Murphy 
The Mayor, etc., S>lvesler, Hms., for erecting annex to Grammar School 

A. Muriihy ct ;.l X«>. 14, 57^4.75. 

Scliillin>;, Robert H For rosts of show-window broken by one of the 

City employees. 

Schmidt, Aclolph I)atM:ige>< for personal injuries received June 4, 

iS(^4. by falling into a hole on sidewalk in 
' front of x\()S. 272 and 274 Bowery, *2,coo. 

■ Schmidt, Louis P., and Mi- For possession of three bicycles, or their value, 
I chael Henry, vs. John liar- §105. 
not, as Property Ck-rk, etc. 

■SchnickenLir>;f r, Mary io rciover amount of assessment paid for i^5th 

St. rcguLitinp, i^rading, etc., between Elton 
' and C«>iirfl.uidt ave;., 8153.05. 

S hneidcr, Chas., vs. Metr.^- !'■ .innul sale ot franchise f jr construction of 
p(>litan Street Raiiwaj' Co., cabl" rdcui on Lexmgton ave, from 42dsi.to 

Harlem river, and on ii6th st. 



A. P. Fi'cl), Comptroller, 

rinil Th«.' Mayor, etc 

Sclniepp, 1 .aura 



DamaK*^ for personal mjuries received on .75th 

St., H'.-ar L-.xington ave., i?5o,roo. 
To foreclose lien under contr.jct of Henry E. 

Fox, fur making alterations to Grammar 

School No. 91. 



57 125 Dec. 31, " 



42 4' '3 



I 



Sthocnhrrn, Edward, vs. 

lli-nry E. Fox, I'hc Mayor, 

etc., and the Board ol Edu- 

ca' ion 

.>Lholle, Albert \V., et ;d, .Suminon-; only served. 

executors of Jri. o!i Srhollc, 

dec« u.scl, au'l Ernest l-.hr 

ni -n, It al., trn-^ltus of A. 

S< holI«-, (leie 'sed 

31, i8;i -Scholie, J.icob, Willia-n Suninions with notice for ^350 served, 
Scliolle, Jacob ScholU.', 
jidius Ehrmann and ]!al)-j 
ette Scholle, as executors, 
and trustees under the, 
last will and testament ofi 
Abraham SchuUe, dec'd. . . 

Dai:ia>;es for personal injuries from lalling on 
sidtwalk on ist ave., between 44th and 45th 
sts.. on D'.cember 6, 1804, $12,500. 
I »ainagt.s ciuscd by overflow ot drain at x63d 
and i^)5tli sl-^. and Fleetwood and Railroad 
ave5., <jn July 30, 18 '9, 34,000. 



49 55 Nov. 4. 1895 Schreiber, Adam A 
41 443 July 20,1891 Schreil^cr, Charles. . 



• • ■ « • I 



I 



«»7 



Schedule i— Suits against the City, etc. 



Court. 



Supreme . . . 



II 




«i 



<< 



35 
55 
48 



z6i 



405 



391 



43 19' 



When 
Commenced. 



Jan. 8, 1887 



Sept. 9, 1897 



Aug. 37, 1895 



June 14, 1893 



44 


169 


Mar. 3, 1893 


45 


391 


Jan. 3o, 1894 


55 


428 


Sept. 33, 1897 


38 


364 


Jan. J 6, 1889 



Title of Action. 



Schrcytr, Christiana, 



Nature of Action. 



Schubert, Stephen L. 



Schuerkes, 1 heodore, vs. 
The Mayor, ate, John 
F.Johnson, et al 

Schuhz, Anna, Kathariae 
Wisncr, Othilda Schultz and 
Emma Spieler y%. Jerome 
Finn, Michael Finn.Thomas 
Havens and The Mayor, 
etc., ot the City of New 
York 

Schuyler, Cornelius 6. (Mat- 
ter of ) 



... «3 

41 

53 



212 

301 
345 



53 434 



55 350 



55 
42 

53 
40 

49 



133 
413 

3c8 
370 
119 



56 525 



Surrogates' . 
City ,. 



Supreme . . . 



50 

53 

53 

53 
45 



53 
50 

94 
443 



Nov. 4, 1896 

June II, 1891 
Mar. 15, 1897 

May 5, " 

Aug. XT, " 

June 17, *• 
Jan. 7, 1892 

Mar. 39, 1897 
Aug. 30, 1850 
Dec. 4, 1895 

" 37, 1897 
Apr. 13, 1896 
Jan. 21, 1897 



Schuyler, Walter G., and 
James E. Schuyler vs. 
Matthias Theriault et al . . . 

Schwab, Gustav H., ct al., 
executors, vs.John J. Norri*., 
The Mayor, etc., et al 

Schwarz, Ernest 



Scoficld, Louis F., vs. Ashbcl 
P. Fitch, as Comptroller, 
The Mayor, etc., ct al 



To recover back excess of assessment for 66th 
St. outlet sewer, with branches, etc., on 
Ward No. 34, Block 151, $375.87. 

Damages for personal injuries sustained at 
136th St., bet. Park and Madison aves., Jan. 
3o, 1897, Sio,3oo. 

To foreclvse lien ior labor and materials fur» 
nished under contract of defendant Johnson 
for erection of armory building on Madison 
ave., between 94th and osth sts.,$35o. 

Damages to premises Nos. 937, 939 and 941 
First ave., and for loss of rental, etc., caused 
by blasting done by defendant Finn, while 
making gradings and excavations at 51st st. 
and ist are., under contract with the School 
Trustees of the 19th Ward, $3,500. 

For an award made to unknown owners on 
Damage Map No. i, in the m;»tter of opening 
Decatur ave., fr<»m Brookline st. to Moshola 
Parkway, $557.66. 

To foreclose hen under contract of defendant 
Theriault, for lumber furnished for alter- 
ations and additions to buildmg foot of £a«t 
i6th St., $140 97. 

To foreclose niorigage on premises comer of 
Howard and Elm sts., $36,000. 

To have assessment for Avenue A (Eastern 
Boulevard) regnlating, etc., from 57th te 
Mih St., on Ward No. a, Block 37, declared 
void and to recover back amount paid there- 
for, $563.30. 

To restrain >ale 1 1 defendant railroail companie> 
of certain railroad franchises pursuant to 
their bid* heretofore made. 



Scott, George H., as executor Summons only served. 

and trustee of William H., 

Raynor, deceased ! 

JScott, William, an inf.int, by 

Alexander H. Crosb e, his 

guardian ad litem 



Scott, Wil.iam H., vs. Lillie 
R. Stein and Robert B. 
Noont y. Commissioner of 
Jurors, et al 

Scutoro. Antonio, vs. Robert 
J. Wiight, Comnii^sioncrof 
Correction 

Seaich, William H 



Damages for assault and b.ittery at No. 2 Vesev 
St.. Oct. 20, i8j6, by Marks Nchlessinger and 
William Clark, employees Bureau of Street 
Incumbrances, 450, ojo. 

To foreclose mortgage. 



Damages for per-onal injuries while at work ir> 
the yard of the Tombs prison, ijio.ooo. 



43 163 



•' 29. " 



Feb. 20, 1894 

Sepf. 4, i8qo {Shaw, John C 



Damages for injuries to horse, etc., at No. 135 
; East 33d st , on Apr. 12. 1897, S315. 

Seaman, Samuel Salary as Kngineer in tht.' Department of Public 

I Works at Hi>;h Bndgo, from July 15, 1889, 
t<j Novcnil)er 23, i8;i, $;j,355.53. 

Second Avenue Railroad Co. Summons only served. 

• Selmes, Anna H. and Will-jDamages to pre:nises on New ave., caused by 

' iam H | re-^iulatm^ the -street, «2.qoo. 

LSemenzi, Alfonso, vs. The Tofor«:cU)se li-n for services performed for de- 
I Mayor, Joseph J. Mar-: fcndants, Marrin, in regulating, grading, etc., 

rin,Jr.,etal | Kast 167th st., between Prospect and West- 

i^ j cliester aves., $98.5^;. 

Senior, William A 'Fortxtia work as Section Foreman in Street 

I ; Cle.aiin^^ Department, from Feb. 18, 1895, to 

1^ ] N'ov. 10, 1S97, $423 86. 

Sexton, Ann (Estate of^^ For an order directing the Chainberl lin to pay 

I j K.ntie T. Conlon, as next of kin, amount de- 

I posited oy Public Administrat r. 

Shannon, James, Sr., vs. The Damages for personal inj iri -s caused by the 

I Maj'or, etc., et al ' fall of builJing No. 1078 Malison ave., Sept. 

I j 26, 1896, $1,5 o. 

Shannon, L-^wrence, vs. The Damages for personal injuries caused by the 
I Mayor, etc.. tt al fall of building No. 1078 Madison ave., Sept. 

I I 26, 1896, $2,OJO. 

Sharkey, John G. (Matter of} For an award made in the matter of opening 

i Clinton ave., from Boston rd. to Crotona Park. 

Shaughnessy, Sarah Damages for personal injuries alleged to have 

been receive I December 19, 1893, on side- 
walk at No. 117 East io6th St., $5,000. 
Summons only served. 



68 



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Schedule i— Suits against the City, etc. 



^IT' ' When 
Folio. ■■ Commenced. 



Title of Action. 



Nature of Action. 



I 



56 413 Dec. 7, " 
47 265 Feb. 18, 1895 



53 343 ; Ap'^* 8, 1897 iSheo, John J Salary os Rockman and Keeper on Blackwell's 

Island, from Apr. 26, 1892, to Oct. 7, 1895, 

; S',660. 

Shcchan, Jeremiah ; For ciilTurence in wages as Painter in Park De- 

I partment, bet. #4 and $3*^o per day $iai. 

'Sheehy, Agnes Damages for personal injuries received Scp- 

I tember 22, 1894, by falliig on defective side- 

walk on Washington ave-, between X74th and 



I 



175th sts., $5,000. 



43 157 i May 9, 1892 

I 
56 414 : Dec. 7, 1897 

56 4T4 " 7. " 
56 524' " 87, " 



56 429 Dec. 9, 1897 Sheehy, Edward C, vs. Sam- To re-.trai(i Park Commissioners from granting 

uel McMillan, ct nl.. Park permit to erect poles or place wires, etc., on 
Commissioners, The Hronx Pelham Bay Park rd. 
Gas and Electric Co., et al. 

Shepherd, Mary , For interest claimed on awards made for Parcels 

Nos. 30 to 37, in the matter of opening East 
River Tark, $970.91. 
For difference in wages as Mason in Park De- 
partment, bet. $4 and $3.50 per day $17.75. 
For difference in wages as Carpenter in Paik 

Department, b;^t. $4 and f B-So per day, $33. 
For exirn work as Detailed Sweeper in Street 
Cleaning Department, from Mar. 13, 1896, to 
Nor. II, 1897, $236.25. 
To recover amount of assessment paid for 
regulating, etc., Dyckman St., $887.60. 



Sheridan James 

Sheridan, Thomas. . . 

I 

! Sherry, Michael, Jr. 



57 24, " 3«. " 



45 81 : Sept. 25, 1893 



Shrady, John, et al., execu- 
tors of John Shrady, de- 
ceased 

bhuck, David P., vs. John J. 
(lorman, Sheriff, and John 
F. Harriot, Property Clerk. 



53 361 Apr. 14, 1897 Sichel, Albert 



55 168 June 28, " Sickles, Daniel E. (Matter of) 



For goods and their value contained in fifteen 
cases sold by Solomon Rossman, and seized 
in transit from his store, No 3a Hester 5t., 
to Jersey City, September 16, 1893. 
Dama;;es for personal injuries by being thrown 
fr;;m w.igon on 9th ave.. bet. 48th and 49th 
sts., on July 28, z8o6, Aao.ooo. 
For an award made for lands taken for a public 
; park, chap. 532, Laws of 1884. 

.Sickle!^, Daniel E., et al., as For an award made in the matter of Pelham Bay 
■ I trustees, etc. /Matter of).. . Park, $5,203. 

52 408 ' Dec. 24, 1896 .Sigel, Francis G., as admmis- Damages for personal injuries to plaintiff's 
I trator, ttc, of Charles P. intestate caused by tree at No. 33 West nth 

Sigcl. deceased St., July 27, 1896, $25,000. 

SigfT, Harry, by his guardian Damages for perbonat injuries by being struck 

ad litem, Simon Sigel by a gangway plank at toot oi Pike St., 

East river, June 25, 1895, ^5.000. 



55 220 



July 14, " 



48 268 , Aug. 9, 1895 



47 12 Oct. 24, 1894 Silberstem, Johanna. 



47 13 " 24. *' 



Silberstem, Moritz M 



45 188 ] Nov. 23, 1893 Simpson, Jerochaim H. 



52 197 I Oct. 29, 1896 
55 136 June 17, 1897 



Sinclair, George T 



iSinger, Sarah J., vs. The' 
I I Mayor, etc.. The Hoard ofj 

j ' Education and Richard; 

! \ Irving 

52 438 Dec. 31, 1896 .Skennion, Thomas B 



45 438 1 Feb. 17, 1894 Slater, John. 



53 130 ** 13, 1897 Slattery, James. 



53 405 Apr. 29, " 1 Slattery, John. 



50 214 July 6, 1896 

I 

55 227 ' *• 16, 1897 

57 125 , Dec. 31, " 

I 

57 118 I ♦* 31. " 



iSligo, John J., vs. Owen 

I Beagan 

iSloane, Charles W. (Matter 

of) 

(Smith, Adon, as execu^or, 
etc , of Adon Smith, de- 
ceased 

I Smith, Catherine, as exccu- 
, trix of Hugh Smith, de- 
: ceased 



Damages for personal injuries alleged to have 
been received January a8. 1894, by reason 
of defective sidewalk at No. 183 Cast 1x4th 
St., $10,000. 

Damages for loss of services of Johanna Sil* 
berstein, $5,000. 

Damages for alleged personal injuries received, 
by falling on snow and ice on sidew.-lk at 
Canal St., between Mott and Mulberry sts., 
Fcbmary 22, 1893, $5,000. 

For services as Inspector of Building, bet. June 
24 and Sept. i, 1895, $3x0.85. 

To recover possession of premises in 24th Ward, 
alleged to be wrongfully held by the Board of 
Education, and for damages, ^2,500. 

For services as Inspector of Sewers in the Til- 
lage of Williams bridge, $750. 

Damages for personal injuries alleged to have 
been received on February x8, X893, by fall- 
ing on snow and ice on sidewalk at No. 428 
East 86th St., $1,052. 

lo recover amount oi assessment paid for regu- 
lating, etc.. 87th St., bet. New ave. and River- 
side Drive, $1,761. 

For amount claimed to bs due for constructing 
sower in in3d st., from Amsterdam ave. to 
Edgecombe rd., $4,336.91. 

Damages for false arrest and imprisonment. 

«5,OOD. 

For award made in the matter of opening x8i$i 

St., from nth ave. to Boulevard. 
Summons only s>erved. 



do 



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Schedule i — Suits against the City, etc. 



Court. 



Supreme . . 



Regis-! 

TER 

Folio, i 



When 
Commenced. 



Title of Action. 



55 162 



49 127 



June 26, 1897 Smith, Cecelia G 



Dec. 6, 1895 Smith, Charles M. 



50 32 ; Apr. 21, 1896 



John 



SO II 

! 48 300 



City. 



Supreme . 



" 16, " 
Aug. 29, 1895 



44 



4* 



41 



53 259 Mar. 18, 1897 



41 x8 Feb. I a, 1891 



48 43 



55 385 



May 13, 1894 



Aug. 31, " 



53 75 : Jan- ^^> ^897 



Smith, Edward, vs. 

Cooney 

Smith, Edward, vs. John Mc- 

Dermott 

Smith, Edward J 



Smith, Elizabeth, vs. Edward 
F.Croker 



Nature of Action. 



47 183 



15, 1894 



47 


334 


Mar. 29, 


<< 


• 

5a 


174 


Oct. ar, 


1896 


55 


86 


June I, 


1897 


43 


178 


May 31, 


1892 


50 


334 


July 29, 


X896 


50 


335 


" 29. 


<< 


56 


35a 


Nov. 30, 


X897 



To recover amount pail for rent of premises 
Nos. 28 and 28^5 Catharine St., taken for 
school purposes, 55^3.33. 
For services as Laborer in Twelfth Regiment 
Armory, from June i to Aug. i, 1895, at $a 
per day, $122. 
Damoges for alleged slander in Oct., 1895, 

j^3,oco. 
Damages for false imprisonment in August, 1895, 

„ 3,000. . 
For salary as Clerk in Department of Public 
Paiks, from April 6 to May i, 1895, at $1,080 
per annum, S72. 
Damages lor personal injuries by being knocked 
down and run over by horse and wagon 
! driven by defendant Jan. 7, 1897, on Broad- 
I way, bet. 14th and 15th sts., §a,ooo. 
Smith, Francis H., and James For value of paving blocks furnished to defend- 
Symington vs. John Cox.j ants, C«»x& Devlin, and used by them in the 
John Devlin and The! rcgulatinj: and paving of Little West xath 
Mayor, etc., of New York. ' st., from Washington st. to Tenth avc, $(^34. 
Smith, George Moore, Francis; I'o foreclose lien formateri.il furnished in the 
N. Howland and David B.I construction of fire-engine house at No. 14 

East iSth St., between June 18, X894, and Jan- 
uary 10, 1895. $702. 2Q. 

To foreclose lien under contract for altering 

sewer in 96ih st., bet. Amsterdam ave. and 

Central Park, West, $314. 
Damages for personal injuries by tripping on 

flag-stone at southeast cor. of 55th st. and xst 

avc., Nov. 17, 1896. 
Balance due under contract of John Cox, for 

regulating, grading, draining, etc., easterly 

portion of Van Cortlandt Park, J 10,547.37. 
Smith, James S., and De Amount claimed under contract of Collins & 
Witt C. Hanfeld (ji;lis for regubting, etc., portion of grounds 

in V.in Cortlandl Park for a military parade 

ground, $4,683.^7. 
For service'^ as btenographer to Rapid Transit 

Ra'lroad Commissioners, 57.235.95. 
To recover amount of assessm -nt on premises 

Ward No. 6b. Block 597, 12th Ward, $1,392.70. 
To recover back amounts paid for property sold 

at corporation sale, $926.59. 
Smith, Terence A | Amount due for laying water-mains from Shaft 

No. 25 of New Aqueduct to Pumping Station 



Arnold vs. Thr Mayor, etc., 

Thomas A. Duffy et al 

Smith, Geor:ie Moore, vs. The 

Mayor, etc., Terence A. 

Smith et al 

Smith, Haldion 



Smith, James S., and Dc Witt 
C. Han field 



Smith, Lowndes A 
jSmith, Marie C. .. 
Smith, Mary A. . . 



do 
!Smith, Thomas. 



53 9 Ja"' 7. " 



50 314 



July 29, 1896 



38 406 Apr. 9, 1889 



55 4 
44 417 



45 to6 

45 223 

44 236 

41 302 

52 154 

57 X17 

52 279 



May xo, 1897 
July X9, 1893 



Oct. 7, " 

Dec. XI, " 
Apr. 22, " 
June II, 1891 
Oct. x6, 1896 

Dec. 31, X897 
Nov. 25, 1896 



Smith, Warren B., vs. Henry 
B. Weselman and wife. The 
Mayor, etc.. et al 

Smith, William R. (Matter 
of) 



at High Brid^^e, $7,188.05 
or sand furnishea ir 



Smyth, Bernard 



do 



For sand furnished in 1895, on 8th ave., bet. 
150th and 153d sts., $254.23. 

For services as Constable in Town of West- 
chester from Nov. 20, 1894, to Mar. 2a, 1895, 

$397-35. 
To foreclose a mortgage. 



For payment of awards in matter of Kensico 

Reservoir, on Parcel No. i, $4,832,05, and 

Parcel No. 24, $10,464.29 
To recover amount of assessment for 7th ave. 

tree-planting, from iioth to 154th St., on Ward 

Nos. 29 to 36, Block 824, $64.10. 
Summon^ only served. 
To foreclose lien under contract with Alfred 

Marsich for building sewers in Melrose ave., 

from 3d ave. to 154th st. 



Smyth, Robert S., vs. Alfred 

Marsich, The Mayor, etc., 

of the City of New York 

et al 

Smyth, Samuel, assignee of For balance claimed to be due under Reilly's 



Patrick Reilly. 

Snead,Harry v., vs. Maurice 
Bonnoil and John Cotlroll . . 

Society for Savings of Hart- 
ford 

Society of the New York 
Hospital 

Society of New York Hos- 
pital (Matter of) 



Society of 
Hospital. 

Society of 
Library . 



the New York 
the New York 



contract for construction of sewer in looth st., 
between 3d ami Park aves. 

Damages for alleged false arrest and imprison- 
ment, November 8, 1893, $25,003. 

Summons only served. 

do 

For an award made in matter of opening ii6th 
St., from the Boulevard to Riverside ave., 

$54,533-40. 
Summons only served. 

Summons with notice for $1,481.52 served. 



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Court. 



>upreine 






<« 




Sa 3*9 



When 

Commenced. 



Dec. I, 1896 



43 314 Nov. 20, 1891 



44 
57 



235 
133 



45 3M 



55 
47 

47 

;4i 



Apr. 22, 1893 
Dec. 31, 1897 



Jan. 30, 1894 



Title of Action. 



Southern Boulevard Railroad 
Co. vs. The Peoole's Trac- 
tion Co., The North New 
City Traction Co., The 
Mayor, etc., and Comp- 
troller •. 

Southern New York Baptist 
Association 



Nature op Action. 



To restrain People's Traciion Co. from operating 
a surface railroad in certain streets. 



That taxes for the year zSox, upon premises 
Ward Nos. 17, 18, 19 andf ao, Block 11^6, 
amounting to $437, be canceled. 

Summons only served, 
do 



s8 


May 19, 1897 


102 


Dec. 14, 1894 


413 


Apr. 12, 1895 


163 


Sept. 4, 1 89 1 



Speer, William McMurtrie . 



Spiess, John , 



408 I July 15, " 



47 300 



Mar. 6, 1895 



40 363 '■ Nov. 10, 1890 
49 139 I Dec. 13, 1895 



... 53 318 Apr. I, 1897 

... 46 413 Sept. 25, 1894 

... 56 463 000.16,1897 

•••30 334 July 18, 1887 

I I 

! 

...53 4c 8 Apr. 30, 1897 



. : 48 3^:0 Sept. 19, 1895 



Stack, Michael 



Staley, Josephine E. 



. 50 
• 49 

•. 57 
. ^6 



262 July 15, 1896 
373 Mar. 9, «• 
175 [)ec. 31, 1897 



Southington Savings Bank. . . 
jSouthmayd, Charles, as ex-| 
I ecutor of William B. Astor, 1 

I deceased ' 

Spanburgh, William H [Damages for per.<onal i^jtiries alleged to have 

been received January 30, 1893, by falling on 
ice ;)nd snow on the sidewalk of Z38th st , be- 
tween Southern Boulevard and St. Ann's ave., 
$10,000. 
Fcr services rendered by Eugene S. Ives, as 
Commissioner of Appraisal, in the matter of 
the 9th Ward Park, $2,^00. 
Damages for personal mjuries alleged to have 
been received by Henry Nievelt (a minor\ 
January 13, i£94, m 65th St., between Cjlum- 
bus and 8th avcs., $3,500. 

Sporman, Ernest R iBal-.mce of salary as Inspector of Masonry on 

I the New Aqueduct in x888and 1889, $395 4^. 
Stacey, James G., and Davis Summons only served. 

L. Stacey I 

Balance of salary as Inspector of Masonry 00 
the New Aqueduct, during the months of 
April, May, June, July and August, 1889, 

$S02-85- ... 

Damajj^es for personal injuries, received Decem- 
ber 30. 1894, by reason ot falling on siiow and 
ice on crosswalk at 5th avenue and 56th St., 
' $10,400. 
Standard Gas-light Co. ol Expen-^e incurred in relaymg mains in 3d avc 

New York I $388.72. 

Standard Gas-light Co. of the. lo recover unexpended balance of $2,258 
City of New York vs. Louis| deposited by the plaintiff for payment of 

F. Hafifen j Inspectors in street and sidewalk openings b 

' a-^d and ^^d Wards since March 6, 1894. 
Stanton, I^ucius M. (Mattel Tor an award made in the matter of opening 

of) Xaeyle ave. 

Stanion, Thomas J., vs. Con- Damyst's for alleged assault and battery 

rad Schell'Miburger August 8, 1894, $10,000. 

'Stark, John C ITodclare void deed to Village of Williams- 

i j bridge of part of lot 143. 

Starr, Charles J To have assessment for 115th st. regulating, etc., 

I from 8U1 ave. to Harlem river, on Ward Nos. 

14 to 17 and 21, Block 406, declared void and 

' to recover back amount paid therefor, $864.80. 

Starr, Henrietta, vs. William To for( close mortgage on premises on southerly 

I Ciallaghtr, William Plim-' side ot 451!! st, bet. 9th and 10th aves. 

i lej', Commissioner of f urors 

I et al ' 

jStaten 1 land Rapid Transit 
Railroad Co. ads. The 
I Mayor, etc., of New York. 
Steinson, Gorge, vs. The Summons only served. 

I Board of Iducation 

iStemmler, Theodore W. and Ba'.anrc of salary claimed to be due as Justice 

' Frankl.n A. Sicmmler ot Seventh Judicial District Court, $81,637.50. 

Stciinett, Susan J Summons only served. 



To restrain operation of ferry from foot of 
Whitehall st. to 65Lh St., Bay Ridge, L. I. 



506 



'O* 



Stephens, Clinton, and John 
' F. O'Kourke v^.The Mayor, 

I ' etc., John H. McDonald et 

I i ,,i 

i '" 

52 195 ' Oct. 29, i8y6 St e p h en s , Olin J., vs. 

I diaries W. Collins, The 
Mayor, etc , Michael Mc- 



do 



.. 56 



To fore< lose liens for coal delivered to defendaat 
Collins, under contract lor regulating, etc., 
1 80th ^t., from Amsterdam to Wadsworth 

Grath ave., «i68 50. 

296 I Xov. 23, 1897 'Stetz, Peter For extra work on Sunday in Street Cleaning 

! ' Department, S65. 

509 Oct. 2T, 1S87 Stevens, Thomas J,, et al., lo have assessment for 147th St., 8th ave. and 

No. 2 145th St. sewers, from St.Nicholas ave. to Har- 
lem river, on Ward Nos. 31 and 33, Block X069, 
I Ward Nos. 3 and 4, Block xo66, and Ward No. 
60, Block 9S1. declared void and to recover baick 
amount paid therefor, $170.69. __^ 



71 



Schedule i— buiTS against the City, etc. 



Court. 



Supreme . . . 



Regis- 
ter 

Folio. 

47 "^ 



37 98 



«« 



4( 



4( 
4( 



4( 



-ft 
41 



«• 

4( 



<* 



« 



«f 



52 

5a 
42 

56 
46 



53 

56 

56 
56 
55 

56 

37 



4a 
53 



4^ 

55 



10 

a; 
320 

360 

214 



46 215 



49 323 



320 

"5 

4»5 

499 
109 

445 
40a 



164 
Z08 



57 123 



ro3» 
347 



56 459 



57 
40 



47 
43 
49 



124 

50 



392 

99 
137 



When 

Commenced. 



Title of Action. 



Dec. 33, 1894 

" 3. 1887 

Aug. 28, 1896 
Sept. X, •• 
Nov. 37, 1891 

*• "5, 1897 

July 7i 1894 



<« _ (< 
/• 



Feb. 13, 1896 

Mar. 31, 1897 
Oct. IX, " 
Dec. 7, " 



" 23. •' 



June xo, " 
Dec. ix, " 
Apr. 30, 1888 



Sept. 4, XB9T 
Feb. 5, 1897 



Dec. 3X, " 



June II, 189 1 
Aug. 10, 1897 



Dec. 16, " 



" 31. " 
Apr. 26, 1890 



Mar. X, 1895 

" 21, 1892 

Dec. 12, 1895 



Stevens Walter E., as execu- 
tor, etc., of Joseph Proctor, 
deceased, vs. The Mayor, 
etc., et al 



Stevenson, Vernon 
Daniel B. Allen . . 



K.. and 



Stewart, John N... 

do 
Stewart, Robert L. 



Nature of Action. 



Damages by reason of death of Joseph Parker, 
while in an armory budding in course of 
construction on easterly side of Madison 
ave., between 94th and 95th sts., on August 
30 1894, $5,000. 

To have assessment for Boulevard sewers, 
between Q2d and zo6th sts. on Ward Nos. 
I to 8, Block 114, declared void and to re- 
cover back amount paid therefor, $710.45. 

Salary as Clerk of i2tn District Civil Court from 
May 4, 1896, $724.91. 

Salary as Clerk in 12th Judicial District Court, 
for Aug., 1896, $250. 

For balance of salary as Inspector of Masonry 
on the New Aqueduct, from December i, 
1887, to December 24, 1889, $3,000. 

To recover amount of assessment paid for reg- 
ul.uing. etc., ist avc., from 97th to zo^th St., 
53^8.50. 

To foreclose a mortgage of $13,500. 



Stone, Minnie M. 



Stoneglass, Isaac 

Storty, I^awrence E., admin- 
istrator, etc., (»f Joseph F. 
Storey, deceased 

Storms, Alfred 



Stewart, William R., et al., 
as executors of Mary R. 

Stewart, deceased 

St. Luke's Hospital, in the 
City of New York, vs. 
David Allen, The Mayor, 

etc., et al., No. i 

St.Luke's Hospital, in the City do 

of New Yorlc, vs. David Al- 
len, The Mayor, etc., et al, 

No.a 

Stockinger, Andrew andlTo foreclose lien under contract for building 
Jacob Stockinger vs. The' Grammar School No. 66, at northwest comer 
Mayor, etc., Herman Haf-' of Church St., and Wcbers lane, Kingsbridge, 

ker, et al ' 53,100. 

Stoffel, August For services as Tinsmith and Keeper at Black- 
well's Island, bet. May 3, 1893, and Oct. 31, 
1805, $4,3''6. 
For balance of s;ilary as Music Teacher in Vil- 
lage School in Unionporr, from May i, 1895, 
I to April 30, 1896, at «503 per annum. $90.14. 

Stone, William R For difference in waies as Mason in Park De- 

I partment, Ixt. $4 and $3.5 > per 'lay, $9. 87. 
For wages as snow shoveller during Feb., 1895, 

$10. 
Damages for death of plaintiff's intestate by 
being run over at No. 230 East iioth St., 
$20,000. 
For meals served to jurors in the cases of The 
People vs. Thomas Lynch and Isaac Zuckcr, 
$52.50. 
To have assessment for Boulevard sewers, be- 
tween 9ad and io6th sts., on Ward Nos. 37 to 
41, Block 1144, declared void and to recover 
j back amount paid therefor, $61.79. 

do No. 2 iSiimmots only served. 

Streit, F^va Damages for personal injuries caused by em- 
ployee cf Street Cleaning Department turning 
a ho»e on pliintifl on Rivington St., bet. 
Attorney and Ridjje sts., $5,000. 
Striker, Klsworth L., as ex- ISummons only served, 
ecutor of Garrett H. Striker, 



Street, William A, 



deceased 

Striker, James A: 

Strong, Wm. L., as Mayor, 
etc., et al.. Commissioners 
of the East River Bridge vs. 
Harriet B. Hoffman et al . . 

Stuyvesant Insurance Co. 
vs. The Mayor, etc., Peter 
N. Phillips, et al 

Styles, S. M 

Sullivan, John 



Sullivan, Mary W. 



Sullivan, Michael 



Sun Printing and Publishing 
Association et al. vs. The 
Mayor, etc., the Board ot 
Estimate and Apportion- 
ment et al 



do 
To acquire title to premises in New York City 
for approaches for New East River Bridge. 



Summons only served. 



do 

Salary as Laborer for repaving streets, employed 
in Department of Public Works between May 
ag, i88g, and February 10, 1890, $438. 

For services performed by Matthew Walsh, in 
shoeing horses for the Street Cleaning De- 
partment in October, 1894, $156. 

Salary of Watchman in the Department ol 
Docks, from November 16, 1875, at $2.50 per 
diem, $14,647.' 

To have Rapid Tra-sit Law declared unconstitu- 
tional and restrain payment of expenses, etc., 
of Rapid Transit Commissioners. 



Schedule i — Suits against the City, etc. 



Regis- 
coukt. ter 

FOL'-O. 



WlIfcN 

CoM.MENCEn. 



Title of Action. 



NAruKE OF Action. 



Supreme ... 41 304 



(I 



« 



i< 



« 



June 11,1891 jSutphen, John S Summons only served. 



56 442 , Dec. 10, 1897 Sutplicn, John S., end Sarah 



...46 35 



' 47 282 



H. Wood. 



To recover amount or assessment paid forregu- 



Surrogates* 



Supreme. . . 



<i 



hitin^, etc.. 73d St., bet. 8th ave. and the 
Hudson river, $2,305.07. 

Mar. 25, 1894 Button, Henry j Damages for personal injuries alleged to have 

I hern received on November 15, 1893, by 
I bein^ thrown from truck while driving same 
! ! at northeast corner of West 4th and West 

i I 12 th sts., caused by hole in the street, t5>ooo. 

Feb. 25,1895 Svensson, Franz Gustaf Damages for personal injuries received January 

I 28, i£i/5, by falling on ice at Madison Square. 

j I ilO.OOD. 

4,2 451 Jan. 25, 1892 Swain, Joseph R For bal.v.ce of salary as Employee on the New 

I Aijucduct, from December 14, 1888, to De- 

cember 18, 18S9, $1,336. 
Swanso.T, Chailotta Summons only served. 



57 17 Dec. 30, 1897 



50 236 



July 10, 1896 



' 48 296 Aug. 27, 1895 



Sweeny, James J., and Maria 
A. Sweeny, as executors, 
etc., of William A. Sweeny. 

jSwecncy, Maggie 



41 305 June II, 1 891 iTaber, Charles C. and 

I Henry M 

Mar. 13, 1897 il'aber, Thomas T., et al 



53 234 



41 306 June II, 1891 



57 140 



56 525 



47 78 



Dec. 31, 1897 



'• 27, •' 



Tailer, Robert W,, executor, 
etc., of Mary Bradhurst, 
deceased 

Tailer, Robert W., as ex- 
ecutor, etc., of Phebe Pear- 
sail, deceased 

Tannwr, Gerrit S. . 



jTo recover amount of assessment paid for St. 
Nicholas ave. sewer, bet. i32d and X55th sts., 

' #95-5o« 

Dainay;cs for personal injurie*, resulting from 
, fallin.^ on crosswalk at New Chambers and 
! Oak st"s., Ju-ie 13, 1895, $10,000. 

Summons only served. 

Action to quiet title to premises at easterlv 
intersection of Avenue A and 1x3th St., 12th 
i Ward. 
Summons only served. 



Dec. I, 1894 Tanny, Henry 



52 390 I " 19, 1896 
i ; 

'55 48 ■ May 25, i£97 



I'antilU, Giacomo vs. Louis 
Wicgel 

Taubner, Annie, an infant, 
by her guardian ad litem, 
etc 



56 220 Oct. 29, " Tauriello, Vito 



48 81 
48 169 

50 346 



June I, 1895 
July 11, " 

" 31, 1896 



43 57 Feb. 29, 1892 



57 176 Dec. 31, 1897 



53 391 Mar. 26, •• 



Taxter, Henry. 

Taylor, Mary.... 



Taylor, Nora , 

Taylor, Samuel B. 



49 198 



48 233 



43 170 



Dec. 31, 1895 



July 26, " 



May 25, 1892 



TefTt, William E., and Ed- 
ward S. Seely, as executors 
of Levi Apgar, deceased . . 

Tenney, Sutherland, vs. The 
Mayor, etc., et al 

Terhune, George K. (Matter 
ot) 

Terrell, Isaac H., vs. William 
L. Strong, et al.. Aqueduct 
Commissioners 

Terry, John T., et al., 
trustees of Edwin D. Mor- 
gan, deceased, vs. Charles 
A. Fuller and wife, Theo- 
dore W. Myers, the Com- 
missioners of the Sinking 
Fund, The Mayor, etc., of 
the City of New York, et al. 



do 



For extra work as detailed Sweeper in Street 
Cleaning Department, from Jan. i, X896, to 
Nov. I, 1897, $222.50. 

Damages for personal injuries alleged to have 
been received May 29, 1894, by falling oflf 
scaffold at Riverside Drive Hotel n^ar 
Grant's Monument, $2,000. 

To recover amoimt paid defendant, a pound 
master, for horse, truck and harness. 

Damages f< r personal injuries by being struck 
by wagon belonging to Street Cleaning De- 
partment, tm 2d St., bet. Avenues C and B, on 
Oct. 9, i^^'gCi, $2, 000, 

For damages for personal injuries by having 
foot injured by wagon of Street Cleaning De- 
partment, $25,000. 

Summons onl^- served. 

Damages for personal injuries caused by hole 
uidcr St., near southeast corner of 3d ave. 
and Spring place, on September 8, 1894, 
$5.oco. 

To recover amount of assessment paid for sewer 
in 44th St., bet. 2d and 3d aves., $251.79. 

Salary as Inspector ol Buildmgs in the Fire 
Department, from September 15 to Decem- 
ber 7, 1891, SJ04.07. 

Summons only served. 



To set aside contract with Delahanty and Nixon, 
for self-propelling dumping-boats and to re- 
strain employment thereof. 

Application lor payment of moneys in Treasury 
of State of New York to persons legally 
entitled thereto. 

Injunction to restrain defendants from entering 
into a contract with John B. McDonald for 
building of Jerome Park Reservoir. 

To foreclose a mortgage executed by defend- 
ant Fuller, the City a judgment creditor. 



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Court. 



4thJud.Dlst. 



Supreme . 



<c 

ii 



(( 



It 



« 



l( 



•( 



<« 



II 



Ii 



Regis- 
ter 
Folio. 



When 

Commenced. 



Title of Action. 



• 57 

• ; 45 



47 

> . . I 46 
.... 46 

57 



55 412 Sept. 16, 1897 
49 95 ! Ncv. 22, 1895 

53 356 Apr. 12, 1897 

56 270 Nov. 17, " 



128 '; Drc. 3T, •' 
433 , t'eb. 14, 1894 



Thalmann, Joseph, vs. John 
F. Harriot, Property Clerk, 
and Joseph A . Grace 

Thilemann, Frederick Jr., and 
Francis V. Smith, compris- 
ing the firm of Thilemann & 
Smith 

Thilemann, Frederick, and 
Francis V. Smith 

Third Avenue Railroad Co. . 

do 
Thomas, J ames F 



Nature of Action. 



188 



Jan, 16, 1895 jThompsoii, Jamvs. 



! 37 36 



181 I June 16, 1894 Thompson, Margaret G., vs. 

Allan Hay 

173 *' ^3» " Thompson, Margaret G., vs, 

Henry Woods 

127 Dec. 31, 1897 Tkompson, Morris L , as ex- 
! I ecutor, etc., of William P 

Woodcock, deceased 

Thompson, William 



Nov. 10, 1887 



38 265 Jan. x6, 1889 



8, 1B97 



•J 

53 


10 


57 


X20 


38 


182 


38 


2X4 


45 


386 


4X 

56 


307 
165 
415 


53 


129 


57 


151 


24 


xox 


47 


294 


52 


382 


50 


125 


40 


185 


40 


254 


39 


464 



Dec. 31. " 



Nov. 27, 1888 



Dec. 27, " 



Feb. 8, 1894 



June II, 1891 
Sept. 4, " 
D«c. 7, 1897 

Feb. 15, *• 



Dec. 31, •• 
Feb. 3, 1879 

Mar. 2, 1895 

Dec. 15, 1896 
June 3, •• 

July 12, 1890 
Aug. a, *• 

Mar. ao, " 



do 



do 



Thorn, William E., as ex- 
ecutor, etc., of William T 
Gamer, deceased 

Thrall, George E 



Tice, George W., and Jacob 
Jacobs vs The Mayor, etc., 
Matthias Theriault et al.. . 

Tidball, Martha A 

Tiemann, Daniel F 

do 

Tierncy, John 

Tilt, Albert 

Tilt, Albert, and Adelaide B. 

Tilt 

Tinkham, Jennie C 

Toel, William (Matter of) 

Tocpfer, Stephen 

Tohcr, Owen 

Tomkins, Calvin, vs. The 
Mayor, etc., et al 

Tomkins, Calvin, vs. Heman 
Clark, The Mayor, etc., el 
al 

Toughey, John 



To TLCovtr a bicycle valued at $100. 



Damages for failure of City to make a contract 
for regulating, etc., Featherbed lane, from 
Jerome to Aqueduct ave., $36,737. 

For amount due on contract for regulating, etc., 
Jerome ave., from ibid to Elliot St., and for 
damages, $10,700. 

To rci over ;iii;ountof ass^-isment paid forpaving 
3d ave , b«t. 120th and 130th sts., $2,228.88. 

Summons only served. 

lo recover amount of assessnu"'nt paid for X55lh 
St. regulating, grading, etc., between Elton and 
Court landt aves, $315.28. 

For difference between §600 and $720, pay of 
plaintiff and forty-six other Laborers in the 
Street Cleaning Department, $7.3^3.30. 

Damajics for alleged false arrest and imprison- 
ment May 16 and 17, 1884, $100,000. 

Damages for false arrest and imprisonment 
made on May 16, 1894, $100,000. 

Summons only served. 



To hare assessment for Boulevard sewers, be- 
tween io6th and 153d sts.. on Ward Nos. 25 to 
ga, Block 1 188, declared void and to recover 
ack amount paid therefor, $252.46. 

To have assessment for St. Nicholas ave. sewers, 
between i3ad and 155th sts., on Ward No. 33, 
Block 1074, declared void and to recover back 
amount paid therefor, $902.49. 

To recover amount of assessment paid for paving 
Varick st., bet. Franklin and Carmine sts., 
$348.03. 

Summons only served. 



To recover back excess of assessment for 55th 
and 58th sts. sewers, between Lexington and 
8th aves., on Ward Nos. 10, 11 and 12, Block 

351, $494-92- 

For value of ironwork, etc., delivered to de- 
fendants Theriault et al., and used in repair- 
ing school premises at No. 31 Vrstiy St., 
Auj;ust and September, 1888, $265.34. 

To recover amount of assessment paid for 
Morris ave regulating, etc., from 138th to 
155th St, $137.53. 

Summons only served, 
do 

For difference in wages as Mason in Park De- 
partment, bet. $4 and $3.50 per day, $17.25. 

To recover amount of assessment paid for reg- 
ulaung, etc., 74th st., from 8th ave. to Hudson 
river, $1,500. 

Summons only served. 

Damages for alleged personal injuries from fall- 
ing on ice on 6th ave., near corner of 42d St., 
February 2, 1878, $10,000. 

That award made in the matter of opening 
Boston road be applied toward the payment 
of assessment. 

For rent of premises in the Village of Wake- 
field, used lor fire purposes, $75. 

For amount claimed to be due under contract 
of James Buckley for constructing sewers and 
appurtenances in 176th st , bet. Webster and 
3d aves., and in 3d ave., $13,6x7.12. 

To foreclose lien under contract of Hemaa 
Clark for construction of Section iiA of New 
Aqueduct. $5,248. 

To foreclose lien for cement furnished O'Brien 
& Clark in March, 1890, and used in con- 
struction of Section loB of the New Aque- 
duct, $4,200. 

For salairy as Laborer on Croton-water • 
in Department of Public Works, fron 
to October 19, xBSg.^xSo. 



74 



Schedule i — Suits against the City, etc. 



Court. 



supreme 



-it 






■tt 



«< 




When 

Commenced. 



Title of Action. 



is. 



5^ 
53 
30 



57 
39 



Nature of Action. 



Town ol Pelham , 



143 Feb. 16, 1897 

I 

188 I Dec. 28, 1895 'Townsend, Edward. 



50 I Sept. 8, 1890 iTown of East Chester To recover proportionate pirt of taxes, debts, 

etc.. owing to Town of East Chester, which 
became vested in City of New York by an- 
nexation, $36,536.44. 
For balance mie Town of Pelham upon passing 
of property of the town to The Mayor, etc., of 
the City of New York, I107.54. 

49 iS8 , JJec. 3H, ii$95 'lownsend, iLawara Damages for personal injuries resulting.trom 

kick of horse in Street Cleaning Department 
while clearing off snow Dec. 39, 1894. $3,000. 
52 270 ' Nov. 23, 1896 iTownsend, J. Allen, and For award made for premises No. 312 East 20th 

I I Edwin S. '1 ownsend I st., taken tor school purposes, $15,000. 

I ; Jan. 5,1897 I Townsend, John 'Summons only served. 



27 1 



15, 



do 



do 



315 , Aug. II, 1887 Townsend, Richard H.L., 



177 
90 



Dec. 31, 1897 
July 25, 1889 



Traenkle, Frederick. 
I I'reacy, Richard H.. 



140 ; June 8, 1896 
287 ! Nov. 20, 1897 



288 " 20, " 



505 ^ Ucc. 23, " 
394 , Apr. I, 1889 



50 
56 

56 
38 



57 169 , Dec. 3t, 1897 



To have assessment for St. Nicholas ave., tree* 
planting, between zioth and 154th sts.,on Ward 
Nos. 37 and 38, Hlock 934, declared void and 
to recover back amount paid therefor, $37.05. 
Summons only served. 

To have assessment for 70th st. sewer, from 
Hudson river to and through loth ave., on lots 
Ward Nos. 54, 55 and 56, Block 304, declared 
invalid to the extent of $334.63, and that 
plaintiff recover back amount paid, $861.98. 

' Tribune Association For publishing ofBcial canvass of greneral elec- 

i j tion in 1895. $1,36695. 

Tr^mbetta, Cimi, vs. John B. 'Summons only served. 
' McDonald, The Mayor, 

I etc.,etal 

Trombetta, Cimi. vs. The do 

Esuite of Louis Cattaberry, 

The .Mayor, etc., et al 

True, Clara A 



Trumbull, Jonathan W., as- 
signee of William Rutter. . 



53 117 ! Feb. 9, '• 
57 119 ' Dec. 31, " 
45 43 Aug. 29, 1893 iTurgerson, Gilbert 



49 125 Dec. 6, 1895 jTwiname, John, Jr.. vs. The 

Mayor, etc., William E. 
Nolan, et al 



the year 1877. 



49 


i8i 


w 


24. 


(« 


50 


46 


Apr. 


28, 


1896 


55 


364 


Aug. 


17. 


1897 


49 


438 


Apr. 


7. 


<< 



49 69 ' Nov. 14, 1895 



SthJud.Dist. 


^3 


232 


Mar. 18, 1897 


Supreme ... 


56 


533 


Dec. 28, ** 


SthJud.Dist. 


55 


423 , Sept. 21, " 


Supreme . . . 


40 


485 


Jan. 2S, 1891 


... 


41 


135 


Apr. I, *• 


U. S. Circuit 


39 


66 


July 15, 1889 



Services as Stenographer to Commission to in- 
quire into sanity ol Felice Gesnaldo, $33.85. 
To have assessment for regulatinq:, etc.. Avenue 
I>, from 79th to 86th St., declared void and 
to recover back amount paid therefor, $1 13.08. 
Trustees of the Leake and Summons only served. 
i Watts Orphan House in 

the City of New York 

'Trustees of the New YorkiTo set aside taxes assessed against premises 

I and Brooklyn Biidge | Nos. 96 and 98 ClifF St., for 

Trusters of St. Patrick's Summons only served. 
Caihedral 

Damages for personal injuries alleged to have 
been received December 26, 1892, from falling 
on defective sidewalk or bulkhead between 
94th and 95th sis., E:ist river, $10,000. 
To foreclose lien for mater als furnished under 
contract of defendant Nolan, for constructing 
highway, etc., crossing East branch of Reser- 
voir " D" at Kent, Putnam Co., $348.17. 
Summons with notice served. 
Salary as Section Foreman in Street Cleaning 
Department. $149.93. 

Tyson, Isaac C iFor salary as Round-man on Park Police force, 

I for May and June, 1897, $208.33. 
Ulster Blue Stone Co. vs. The Summons only served. 
I Mayor, etc., Davis S. Gibbs.l 
I John E. O'Connor and] 

H en ry C . Fisher j 

'Union Railway Co. of NewiTo restrain or to have adjourned sale of fran- 
I York vs. Ashbel P. Fitch,! rhise for street railroad on Broadway and 

I as Comptroller, etc j Kingsbhd.i^e road. 

Union Transfer and Storage For removing furniture, etc., to College of City 

Co ol New York, S24.3C. 

Union Trust Co. of New York To recover amount of assessment paid for 

regulating, etc., ist ave., from gsd to xogth 
St., 14,338 70. 
United States Fire InsurincciTo foreclo-.c a mortgage. 
Co. vs. William J. Walsh, 1 
The Mayor, etc., et al. ... 
United States Illuminating 
Co. (Thej 



Twohig, Mary J., et al, 
Tyrrell, Alfred J 



United States 
Co. (The) . . . . 



Illuminating 



Damages by reason of the tearing down by the 
Commissioner of Public Works of plaintiffs 
poles, wire, etc., in December, 1889, $550,000. 

For electric-lighting furnished to the City in 
October, November and December, X889, 
$4,814.06. 

To restrain defendants from erecting any build- 
ings, etc.. upon premises of complainant at 
Transit Co. and The Mjiyor, the Battery, foot of Whitehall st. 
etc 



United States of America 
vs. The St at en Island Ratpid 



75 



Schedule i — Suits against the City, etc. 



Court. 



Supreme . . . 



Regis- 
ter 
Folio. 



44 xa6 



53 
53 



<< 



U. S. Circuit 
Supreme . . . 



57 

48 



56 
I 
1 
..' 52 

40 
40 

57 
26 

46 

49 

42 
36 



-•< 



42 



47 65 



55 353 



66 
327 



53 331 



When 
Commenced. 



Jan. 24, 1893 



Title of Action. 



Nature o?- Action. 



152 
III 



474 
393 

174 

319 
x8o 

410 

328 

83 

378 

348 



Nov. 24, 1894 



United States Trust Co. ot To foreclose a mortgage on premises on Hudson 

New York, as general^ st., near West 12th st., $18,000. 

guardian of the property! 

of Fmma CaroUa Woeris- 

hofFer, vs. Robert Taggart, 

Theodore P. Hoffman, 

James O. Bowne, Julia 

Chambets and The Mayor, 

etc., of the City of New 

York I 

United States Trust Co. otiTo 



Aug. 12. 1897 

Jan. 22, " 
Apr. 3, " 



5» 



Dec. 31, " 
June 19, 189s 



Dec. 21, 1897 
" 22, 1896 

July 9, 1890 
Oct. ro, " 
Dec. 31, 1897 
•• 24, 1880 
Aug. 7, 1894 
Nov. 19, 1895 

Dec. 21, 1891 
Aug. 23. 1887 



New York, as general 
guardian of Emma Carola 
Woerishoffer, vs. William 
H. Ue Forrest, The Mayor, 
etc.. et al 



foreclose a mortgage on 
1 2th Ward, between 140th 
loth and Convent avcs. 



property in the 
and 141st sts., 



Vail, Charles M., vs. ITic To restrain Receiver of Taxes from collecting 
Mayor, etc., and David E.\ more than 65 per cent, of the amount of taxes 
Austen, as Receiver of[ levied as in 1896, and for luave to pay said 

Taxes, etc 1 amount for 1897 taxes. 

Valentine, Mitchell To n cover amount of assessment paid for rcg- 

j ulatiiig ist ave., from y2d to 109th st , $2,818.22. 

do |To recover amount • f assessments paid in the 

matter of regulating, etc., i.stavc., from g2d to 
io<_^th St., «4 719.50. 
do To rrcnvcr amount of a«sessra'*nt paid lor regu- 

lating 1st avu., from 92d to 109th st, $4,719.50. 

Valentine Mitchell "summous only served. 

Van Aiken, Klmcr S Halance <;laimcd to h<- due for constructing 

stwer in 96th st , sewer in losth st. and sewer 
' m i.>olh St., 51,^62.25. 

Van Allen, Ed,;ar i'or p i.t (jf premises at City Island in Town of 

Pclliam used as a" Tire Department house, 

«I,042, 

Van Burcn, Alfred and Sam- To restrain interference with advertising-fence 
uel Pratt, vs. S.iniuel Mc- at corner of 14th st. and 6th ave. 
Millan, ct al , Paik Com- 
missioners 

Van Cortlaiidt, Augustus.. .. I'o foreclose lien under rontracr of (J'lirirn & 

Clark for construction of Section 11 A of the 
X'w Aqueduct. 
F«'r 414 loads of sand, delivered to Collins & 
Farrel. at Shafts 19^3 and 21, Section B otNew 



55 407 



166 



45 451 



39 32 



Van Cortl»xdt, Augiistut. vs. 
Hemar Clark, Henry C0I-. 

lin* et al Acjueduct . 

Vanderpoel, George N., exec- Summons only served, 
utor, etc., ot Jacob Vaii-| 

f erpoel, deceased ' 

Van Dolsen, Abraham To restrain interference witli plaintiff's dock 

I privileges on Kast river, between 49th and 
Sist sts. 
Van Dolsen, John, vs. James T(j foreclose a mortgage. 
Boland, Mar:;aret K., his' 
wife, The Mayo'-, etc.,e( al. 
Van Dolsen, John. v«. I he For erection of retaining-wall and repairing 
Board of Education of the' gateway ot Primary School No. 14, at No». 73 

City of New York and 75 Oliver st., between April 24 and July 

I, 1890, 9600. 

Vane, Samuel James Salary as Assistant Foreman in the Park 

Department, from December 22, 1889, to 
October 31, iSgi, Si. 674.20. 
lo have assessment for underground drains be- 
tween 77th and 88th sts., on Ward No. 23, 
Block 266, dei lared voitl and to recover back 
amount paid therefi)r, $40.41. 
Damages for false arrest and imprisonment, 
July 24, 1897, $to,ooo. 



Van Hofe, William (No. 2", 



Sept. 10, 1897 I Van Houten, Mary E., vs 
! Thomas l)evinc, Adam G. 
Arm th, Wm. J. Hoth and 
Frank A. Mtinienkcn 

Van Hovenberg, James D. 
and Hines, administrators, 
wiili will annexed of Ed- 
ward Hines, deceased 

Van Ingen, Edward H., and 
David T. Leahy 



Sept. 4, 1891 



Mar. 2. 1894 



June 17, 1889 



Van Valkenburgh, Philip, «t 
a I., as executors < f, and 
trustees under the last will 
and testament of Da: iel £. 
Van Volkenburgh. deceased 



Summons onlv served. 



Damages to mason work, iron work, etc., in 
cellars and vaults of the Mohawk Building, at 
the southwest corner of 21st st. and 5th ave., 
on January 20, 1892, ca'jsed by the bursting 
of Croton-water pipes, $15,000. 

To have assessment for planting elm trees in 
Boulevard, between 59th and X55th sts 
Ward Nos. xo to 13, Block 1141, ant* 
Not. 33 to 36, Block 1303, declared v 
to recover back ajxiQU,tk.t i^<^ \!iL«x«&Qac 



76 



Schedule i— Suits against the City, etc. 



Court. 


Regis- 
ter 
Folio. 


When 
Commenced. 


1 
Supreme ... 


♦7 


439 


Apr. 


23. 1895 


... 


57 


153 


Dec. 


31. '897 




52 


341 


<( 


7, 1896 


■ • • 


45 


413 


Feb. 


12, 1894 


• • • 


57 


3 


Dec. 


30, 1897 


• • • 


50 


34 


May 


12, 1896 


U.S.Dist... 


55 


396 


Sept. 


3. 1897 


Supreme . . . 


4. 


167 


Sept. 


4, 1891 


... 


42 


168 


<( 


4, " 


<« 


42 

1 


169 


t* 


4. '• 


... 


■ 42 


170 


tt 


4. " 




55 


X18 


June 


II, 1897 


it 

■- • • 


' 49 


297 


Feb. 


5, 1896 



Title of Action. 



Nature of Action. 



Van Valkenburgh, William.. Salary as Property Clerk in the Department of 

Public Parks, between September x, 1892, and 
October 1, 1894, at $2,200 per annum, 14,766.06. 
Summons only served. 



Varnum, Francis M. and John 
H. Bradford, as trustees, 
etc., of Samuel B. Bradford 

Varnum, Tames M., and John 
H.Braaford, as trustee, etc., 
of Samuel B Bradford 

Vath, Leopold 



«( 



«( 



(( 



« 



Veitch, Mina 

Velsor, WinfieldS. 



Verdon, Frederick A., et al. 
owners of steam-tug "Olym 
pic" 

Vermilye, Jacob D., execu-i Summons only served, 
lor of Clementina Furniss, 
executrix of estate of So- 
phie Furnisf, deceased 

Vearailye, Jacob D., Sophia do 

R.C. Fumiw and Marj^aret 
E. Zimmrrmann, trust cs 
of Clementina Furniss, 
No. 2 

Vermilye, Jacob D., and do 

Margaret Zimmermann, 
trustees of Sophia R. C. 
Furniss, No. 2 

Vermilye, Jacob D., and do 
Sophia R. C. Furniss. trus- 
tees, and Margaret E. Zim- 
mermann, No. 2 

Victory, Henry 



To recover amount of assessment paid for 7ad 

and 77th St. sewers, bet. ist and 2d aves., 

$1,11505. 
To recover amount of assessment paid for 15510 

St. regulating, grading, etc., between Elton 

and Courtlandt aves, $254.17. 
To recover amount of assessment paid for regu- 

lating, etc., Dyckman st., $275. 
For amount claimed under contract for building 

addition to boiler-house at Central Islip, in 

Jan., 1894, $964- . „ ^, 

For salvage for saving Scows Nos. 32 and 40^ 

Jan. 21, ib97. 



49 295 



. . . ' 49 296 

I 

I 
I 

... 49 288 
. . . ' 48 106 

I 

I 
...57 129 

... 47 392 

• • V 47 393 

I 

... 53 180 



... 41 398 



• . . 
• • . 



50 447 



49 "83 



5» 



Jan. 14, " 
June i8, 1895 

Dec. 31, 1897 
Apr. 2, 1895 



2, " 



Mar. 1, 1897 
July 13, 1891 



For salary as Highway Commissioner in Town 
of West Chester, from Mar. i, 1894, to Aug. 31, 
1895, $1,211,50. 
Voegtle, Joseph, vs. N.Y.Mu- Damages for personal injuries caused by explo- 

tual Gas-light Co., Equita- sion of gas in 39th St., bet. 8th and 9th aves., 

ble Gas-light Co., The Oct. 2, 1895, $1,000 

Mayor, etc., and hugene 

J. Flood 

Vogt, Henry, \s. N. Y. Mii- Damages for personal injuries caused by explo- 

tual Gas-light Co., Eqiuta-I sion of gas in 39th st., bet. 8th and 9th aves., 

ble Gas-light Co., The: Oct. 2, 1895, $15,000. 

Mayor, etc., and Eugene 

J. Flood I 

Vogt, Ruth,vs. N. Y. Mutual Damages for personal injuries caused by explo- 

Gas-light Co., Equit-^ble sion of gas in 39th st., bet. 8th and 9th aves.. 

Gas-light Co., The Mayor., Oct. 2, 1895, $5,000. 

etc., and Eugene J. Flood. j 
VoUmer, Peter I Summons only served. 



Von Billings, Hedwig. 



Voorhees, Edward M. 



Damages by reason of falling on snow and ice 
on the sidewalk at No. 113 East 46th St., 
December 31, 1894, $5,000. 

Summons only served. 



Aug. 25, 1896 



Dec. 34, Z895 
Jane zo, 2897 



Wade, Louis B., vs. Patrick 
H. Pickett 

Wade, Louis B., vs. David N. 
Wilber.. 

Wade, William, vs. Maurice 
Fitzgerald, The Mayor, 
etc., et al 

Waglcr, William 



Wagner, Benjamin, an infant, 
by Isidore Wagner, his 
guardian ad litem, vs. The 
Mayor, etc., and Herring- 
Hall-Marvin Safe Co 

Wagner, Catherine 

Waldstein, Sophie (Matter of) 



Damages for alleged fal^e arrest and imprison- 
ment on March 25, 1895, $2,000. 

Damages for alleged false arrest and imprison- 
ment on March 25, 1895, $2,000. 

To foreclose lien under contract of Maurice 
Fitzgerald with Street Cleaning Department, 
$196. 

Balance of salary as Inspector of Masonry en 
the New Aqueduct, for the months of Novem- 
ber and December, 1888, and January, July, 
August, September, October, November and 
D cember, 1889, and January and February, 
189^^, $1,068. 

Damages for personal injuries received Feb. 5, 
1896, by falling over ropes, etc., obstructing 
sidewalk at No. 194 Broadway, $5,000. 



Summons only served. 

For award made in the matter of opening Grand 
Boulevard and Concourse. 



77 



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Court. 



Supreme . . . 



tt 



(( 



t< 



(C 

«« 



City 



Supreme . . 



•« 



ad District. 
Supreme . . 



« 






City. 



Supreme . . . 



<« 



(I 



Regis- 


TEK 

Folio. 


56 


336 


53 


4'3 


56 


132 


56 


133 


53 


372 


49 


37» 


S3 


439 


30 


202 


53 


404 


52 
46 


380 
13a 


52 


405 


53 


3x7 


53 


438 


49 


163 


57 


xSi 


40 


482 


45 


87 


35 


43 


5a 


X27 


57 
57 


135 
131 


57 


136 


28 


86 


5a 


378 


49 
50 


183 
364 


48 


a88 


46 


55 



When 
Commenced. 



Nov. 8, 1897 

May I, " 
Oct. 15, •• 



" 15. •• 



Nov. 39, 1896 
Mar. 6, " 



Dec. 31, •• 
May 9, 1883 

Apr. 39, 1897 



Dec. 15, 1896 
May 24, 1894 



Dec. 24, 1896 
Apr. I, 1897 
May 6, " 



Title of Action. 



Walker, Alexander, and Jud- 
son Lau son 



Walker, Henry. 



Wallace, George William, 
ext'cutor, etc., of James 
Wallace, deceased 

Wallace, George William, 
executor, etc., of James 
Wallace, deceased 

Wallace, Robert 

Wallace, Thomas B., as sole 
surviving partner of the 
firm of Tames Wallace & 
Son vs. George E. Waring, 
Jr., Comm.ssioiier of Street 
Cleaning, etc 

Wallace, Wilham W 



Nature of Action. 



• • I • 



Wallach, Abraham, 



' Walih, Celumbis, by William 
H. Gray, his guardian, ad 
litem 

Walsh, Cornelius J 

Walsh, John 



Walsh, Patrick 
do 
do 



Dec. 33, 1895 IWalsh, Patrick J 
'• 31, 1897 



Jan. 24, 1891 
Sept. 25, 1893 

Nov. 23, i886 



Walsh, Peter H., as adminis- 
trator of Thomas Tone, 
deceased, 

Walsh, William 



To recover amount paid to Department of 
Public Works for permit for vault excavating 
at southeast comer of 84th st. and Boulevard, 

*445- 
Damages for persona! injuries by falling on side- 
walk, cor. of Church and Liberty sts., on Jan, 

9. 1897, $5,000. 
To recover amount of assessment paid for regu* 

iating, etc., Boulevard, bet. 59th and 155th sts., 

$11,922.52. 
To recover amount of assessment paid for 

Boulevard sewers, from io6th to 153d St., 

$3,409.64. 
Balance claimed to be due for services as Clerk 

of Village of Williamsbridge in 1895, $250. 
For possession of two beer wagons, or t iieir value» 

se zed and taken to the Corporation Yard» 

$550. 



For services as Inspector ot Sewers in the Vil- 
lage of Williamsbridge, $750. 

To recover back installment of assessment paid 
for 9th ave. regulating, etc , on Ward Nos, 35 
to 37. Mlock lois, $320,83. 

jDamages for pers mal injuries received at 8oth 
St. and 3d ave., in collision with ash cart, 
Sio.oco. 

Fi)r salary as Inspector of Buildings, $192.48. 

Damages for personal injuries alleged to have 
been received Ft-bruary 23, 1894, by falling in 
hole in 8th ave., $2,000. 

Ft)r extra work performed as employee of De- 
partment of Public Works, $5,000. 

Salary as .Sweeper, bet. Jan. 9 and Feb. 25, 
1896, :f72. 

For amount of salary due as Cleaner and 
.Sweeper in Department of Public Works, 
from )an.9 to Feb. 75, 1896, U72. 

Balance claimed to be due on contract for erec- 
tion of school-house at northwesterly corner 
of Amsterdam ave. and West 63th st,, $2,884.20. 

Summons only served. 



Walters, Richard M., vs. 
Thomas Byrnes, Superin- 
tendent of Police 

Walton, Francis T 



Oct. 3, 1896 ;Walton, John J., Alexander 
T. Marks, and Thomas A. 
Somerville, comprising the 
firm of Hunter, Walton & 
Co 

Walton. W.T 

Wandell, Townsend, as exec- 
utor of Acton Civill, de- 
ceased. No. I 

Wandell, Townsend, as exec- 
utor of Acton Civill, de- 
ceased. No. 2 

Ward, Adelaide B 



Dec. 31, 1897 
•• 31, " 



" 3x, " 



(( 



14, 1881 

" 15. 1S96 

" 24, 1895 
July 15, 1896 

Aug. 26, 1895 

Apr. 9, 1894 



Ward, Frank, vs. John J. 

Dunn 

Ward, Margaret H 

Ward, Minnie 



Ward, Patrick, 



Ward, Patrick, by his guard- 
ian ad litem, William 
Ward 



Salary as Inspector of Masonry on New Aque- 
duct, from May 8 to AusjU-st 11, 1890. $399.40. 
For the value of piano held for cartage, $125. 



For extra horses, carts and laborers used in 
removing snow and ice from ad Street Clea ning 
District between December 19, 1883, and Feb- 
ruary I, 1884, S4,66i.o8. 

For value of goods, wares and merchandise 
(butter) furnished Department of Charities 
and Correction, bet. Jan. 8 and Apr. 17, 1896, 
$4,286 56. 

Summons only served, 
do 



do 



Damages for alleged personal injuries falling on 

ice, 2d ave. and 79th St., February 9, x88x, 

$50,000. 
Damages for false arrest and imprisonment^ 

Dec. 10, i8q6, $1,000. 
Summons only served. 
Damages for personal injuries from falling on 

defective sidewalk on the northeast corner of 

3d and Brook aves. on Feb. 26, 1806, $10,000. 
Damages for personal injuries by being thrown 

from coal cart on 8th ave., near a5th St., April 

23. X895, $?,ooo. 
Damages for personal injuries, loss of leer at 

Harlem Bridge, October ex, x893. -" 



78 



Schedule i — Suits Against the City, etc. 



Court. 



Supreme . . 



<< 
«< 



*t 



*i 



(« 



Regis- 
ter 

Folio. 



When 
Commenced. 



41 308 June II, 1891 



Title of Action. 



Nature of Action. 



50 265 

46 54 

57 139 j 

39 223 

45 181 

53 381 

46 46 

44 39 



July 

Apr. 



15. 1896 
9. 1894 



Ward, Samuel 6., and WiU-lSummons only lerved 

ard P. Ward, executor, etc., 

of Lebbens B. Ward, de- 

I ceased 

Ward, Stephen P. R 



Ward, William. 



Dec. 31, 1897 iWard, William G., individ- 
ually and as administrator 
of Charles H. Ward, de- 
ceased ' 

Nov. 8,1889 Wardlaw, Mary A., asadmin-; 
istratrix of James R. Ward- 
law, deceased 



For loss of services of plaintifTs wife, Minnie 

Ward, *3,ooo. 
Damages for loss of services of Patrick Ward 

from injuries received on Harlem Bridge, 

l5 1 0,000. 
Summons only served. 



20, 1893 I Warke, Robert L. 



Apr. 



21, 1897 Waters, F-mma, vs. George .^. 

I Chapman 

2, 1894 [Watkins, Juhnb., et al. 



I 



57 132 

57 179 

57 137 

52 198 



Nov. 29, 1892 Watson, John H 



Dec. 



3^ i8')7 
3», " 

31. " 



Watson, John H, 
do 



Weaver, Philip G. 



Oct. 29, 1896 

52 116 ' Sept, 26, " 

i 
I 
Dec. 



Webb, Annie Proctor. 



Webber, Margaret, vs. 
Edward W. Webber 



57 134 
57 133 
45 387 



Feb. 



31,1 897 Weber, John 

31, " Weeks, George UoForrest, 

as t rib tee of Laura Delano 

8, 1894 Wegener, Frederick L. T. . . . 



Balance of salary alleged to be due for services 
as Assistant Engineerin Department ot Public 
Works, between June i, 1885, and September 
30, 1889, jJ5,70o. 

To recover back amount paid by William 
Herrian for a permit for building a street wall 
in front of Grammar School No. 11, in West 
17th St., on July 10, 1890, S165. 

Damages for false arrest and imprisonment, 
g 10,000. 

Damages for loss of wharfage, etc., derived 
from bulkhead or marginal wharf premises on 
the North river, near the foot of Bannon (now 
Spring) St., g6o,ooo. 

For excess of assessment paid for regulating 
grading, etc., St. Nicholas ave., from xioth to 
135th St., on Ward Nos. 59, 60 and 61, Block 
821, 8H3-72. 

Summons only served, 
do 



do 



Damages for personal injuries by falling on 
sidewalk in West 95th st , bet. Roulevard'and 
Amsterdam ave., Apr. 13, 1896, $10,000. 

Injun tion order serv'ed on Police Commission- 
ers, rcstrcining them from paying pension to 
defendant. 

Summons only served. 



48 283 ' Aug. 23, 1895 ,Weil, Albert. 



49 444 i Apr. 9, 1896 



Weil, Caroline. 



49 445 

I 

55 210 July 

50 167 ; June 

t 

56 530 : Dec. 



Weil, Herman, 



56 157 

50 290 

50 391 

56 504 

56 no 

41 51 



Oct. 

July 

July 

Dec. 

Oct. 



9, 1897 Weill, Lena, vs. Patrick Mc 

I Govern 

20, 1896 Wein, Li 'uis 

28, 1897 iWeinstock, Caroline L., 
Emily C. Juch and William 
A.Ji.ch 

26, " Weiss, Thomas, vs. John D 
I Herlihy, individually, etc . 

20. " , Welch, Henry J '. 

20, 1896 Welch, Henry J, and Georg 

I A. Greene 

23, 1897 Welch, John 



II. 



Feb. 25, 1891 



Welch. Lawrence J., vs. The 
Mayor, ttc, Henry D. 
Steers, John A. Bensel, 
Richard H. Hood 

Welsh, S. Charles, in his own 
right and as executor, eic, 
vs. The Mayor, etc., of the 
City of New York, the De- 
partment of Docks of the 
City of New York et al ... . 



do 

To receiver amount of assessment paid tor 

Morns ave. regulating, etc., from 138th to 

i55thst., «2c,i.63. 
Damages fir personal injuries received April 

29. 1895, by bring thrown from wagon on 

Avenue A, between 71st and T2d sts.. $1,500. 
Dama.;4es for personal injuries caused by falling 

on manhole cover on sidewalk of 7th ave., bet. 

i^c.th and 131st sts., Ian. 18, 1896, $10,000. 
Damages for loss of s rvices of plaintiff's wife, 

Caroline Weil.Sio.coo. 
Damages i-r assault and battery on June 27, 

1897, jilOjOOO. 

For servi'je- us Stoker in Fire Department in 

Mar. and Apr., 18^6, {^77. 50. 
To recover amount of assessment paid forregu- 

laiing, etc., 1st ave., from 92d to 109th sts., 

S3i5'J5- 
To restrain defendant from stationing policemen 

in plaiiiiilFs premises and for damages, $400. 
Damages c.msed by structure on Z55th St., 

Si,7 6.66. 
eDama.^es caused^by structure on x55th St., 

)fi,5oo. 
For crvices as Commissioner to inquire into 

sanity of Felice Gesnaldo, $150. 
To foreclose lien under contract of defendant 

Hood, lor construction of Recreation Pier at 

fool of East 3d St., $108.75. 

Foi value of dock premises at West and Harri- 
son sts., Hudson river, $50,000, and damages 
for detention in $10,000, making a total of 

$60,000. 



79 



Schedule i — Suits against the City, etc. 



Court. 



Supreme . 



Regis- i 

TER 

Folio. 



When 

Commenced. 



TriLE CF Action. 



Nature of Action. 



44 197 

56 397 i Nov. 23, 1897 

i 

56 298'; " 23, " 
34, 1896 



52 409 

•• 52 363 

55 375 

.. 56 479 



Dec. 



U. S. Circuit 



Supreme . . . 



38 39"t 



36 351 



42 171 

55 155 

37 353 

41 309 

41 311 

53 195 

•• 57 138 

41 312 

40 296 

38 266 



. .. 38 328 



' 41 310 



53 X20 



Apr. 7, 1893 Wendel, Fritz (Matter of) . . . For awards maHe on Damage Map Nos. 2, 35A 
I , and 36 A, in the matter of opening 137th St., 

] from Amsterdam ave. to Ringsbridge rd., 

«i,67<c. 
Wendel, John G., executor. To recover amount of assessment paid for regu- 
etc, of John D. Wendel.i lating, etc., Broadway, from ■^ad to 59th st,, 

deceased I 96,722.65. 

Wendel, John G., executor, To recover amount of assessment pnid for 
etc., of John D. Wendel, Broadway sewers bet. 32d and 59th sts., 

deceased $6,537.92. 

West, James O., and France* For exc ss of assessment paid for St. Nicholas 
E. Johnson, as executors,; ave. sewers, bet. i32d anci 155th St., I41.45. 
etc., of James I. West, de-' 

ceased ' 

West, James O., and Francis Summons only served. 
E. Johnson, executors, etc., I 

of Joseph I. West 

West'hester Dredging Co iTo foreclose Hen under contract of Henry E. 
vs. Henry E. Debois, The! Debois et al. for dredging in North nver. 

Mayor, etc., eta! I Si,o<;4.i2. 

Westergren, Mauritz F.j vs. jSummons only served. 
The Mayor, etc.. The! 
Board of Educati )n, David) 
Barry, Patrick Ryan et al. 

To restrain removal of complainant's poles, 
wires, cables and electrical conductor from 
sts. and aves. 



•• II, •• 
Aug. 31, 1897 
Dec. 21, " 

Mar. 29, 1889 



Western Union Telegraph 
Co. vs. The Board of Elec- 
trical Control in and for the 
City of New York, and 



Hugh J. Grant, as Mayor 

of New York Citv 

Aug. 26, 1887 jWctmore, Benjamin C, as To have assessment for Boulevard sewers, from 
sole executor of the lasti 6ist to 77th St., on Ward Nos. 19, 21 and 2a, 
will and testament of Mary! Block »o8, dttclared void and to recover back 
H. Drake, deceased ^ amount paid therefor, $632.21. 

Sept. 4,1891 I Wey man, Charles S Summons only served. 



June 
Apr. 



24, 1897 
4, 1888 



'Wheeler, Margaret T. 

1 

I 

Whipple, David 



June XI, 189 1 Whitbeck, John A., as excc- 
! utor, etc., of William A. 

Whitbeck, deceased I 

*' II, " Whitbeck, John B., as exec- 1 
utor, etc., of William A. 

Whitbeck , deceased 

Mar. 4, 1897 I White, John J 



Dec. 
June 

Sept. 

Jan. 



31, " 
II, 1891 

24, 1890 

16. 1889 



I White, John J., as executor 

I of Eli White, deceased. . . . 

White, Jf)hn Jay, executor, 
etc., of Eli White, de- 
ceased 

jWhitc, Josiah J., vs. The 
Mayor, etc., and the City 

I of Brooklyn 

Whuehead, Aaron P 



Feb. 14, 



Whiteman, Mary, 



Juneii, 1891 Whiting, Augustus, and 
i Sarah S. Whiting, as execu- 
I tors, etc., of Augustus Whit- 
ing, deceased 

Whitson, Fannie, as adminis> 
tratrix of George Whitson. 



Damages for personal injuries received on Mar. 

24, 1897, on sidewalk of Greenwich St., bet. 

West loth and Christopher St., $10,000. 
For rent of Pier 12, East river (used as a 

dump by Street Cleaning Department), from 

April 30, 1885, to November i, 1887, at $400 

per month, $12,000. 
Summons only served. 



do 



For amount due under contract with Board ot 
Sewer Commissioners of Williamsbridge, 
for services as Inspector of Sewers, I750. 

Summons only served. 

do 



Damages for as.sault and battery while being 
ejected from the New York and Brooklyn 
Bridge, $10,000. 

To have -assessment for St. Nicholas ave. 
sewers, between i32d andisslh sts., on Ward 
No<. 38 to 48, lUock 1073, declared void and to 
recover back amount paid therefor, $605.99. 

To have assessment for improvement of Harlem 
river and Spuytcn Duyvil creek, from North 
to East river, Assessment No. 2556, and taxes 
for years 1884, 1885 and 1886, declared void 
antl to recover back amount paid therefor, 

^ $693.43. 

Summons only served. 



Feb. 



10, 1897 
45 414 " 12, 1894 
37 180 ! Dec. 31, 1897 



Wilhelm, Elizabeth 



Wilks, Matthew 



jFor services as Notary Public in the Finance 
! Department, from Dec. 8, X893, to July 9, 

1896, $14,665.50. 
To recover am«unt of assessment paid fo- — *^ 

St. rctjulating, grading, etc., betw 

and Courtlandt aves., $646.55. 
Summons oAy scxNcdi. 



8o 



Schedule i— Suits Against the City, etc. 



Court. 


Regis- 
ter 
Folio. 


Supreme . . . 


56 859 


• • • 


55 9' 


«< 

• • • 


33 494 


• « • 


57 X78 


3d Jud. Dist. 


56 94 


Supreme ... 


42 189 


<« 

... 


4a 231 


(1 

... 


50 374 


4( 

... 


56 526 


M 

• • • 

• • • 


44 241 
56 251 


• • • 

• • • 


35 253 
50 83 


<< 

• • • 


55 29 


• • • 


41 313 


U. S. Circuit 


42 172 
40 467 


Supreme 


57 182 


<< 


40 209 


<< 

... 


56 4$o 


U. S. District 


44 448 


Supreme ... 


21 326 




37 i^ 


<* 

• ■ • 


42 173 



When 

Commenced. 



Nov. 15, 1897 
June 3, 1897 
Apr. 14, i386 
Dec. 31, 1897 



•• 89. '• 



Sept. z8, 1891 

Oct. 8, " 
Aug. 7, 1896 
Dec. 27, 1897 



Apr. 22, 1893 
Nov. 12, 1897 



Feb. 21, 1887 
May 17, 1896 



" 19. 1897 



June ir, 1891 



Sept. 4, " 
Jan. 16, " 



Dec. 31, 1897 
July 17, 1890 
Dec. 16, 1897 
July 27, 1893 

Nov. 6, 1876 
I, 1887 



(I 



41 
<( 



■( 



I 

: 39 375 



.. 39 421 



48 12 

48 75 



Sept. 4, 1891 
Feb. 12, 1890 
Mar. 7, " 



Apr. 30, 1895 
June I, " 



Title of Action. 



Nature of Action. 



William J. Merritt Co. 



Williams, Jobn M . 



Williams, Nelson, vs. James 
Meaken (Capt. William 
Mealcim) 

Williams, Perry P., and an- 
other executors of Mary 
M. Williams, deceased .... 

Willis, Ernest J., vs. John F. 
Harriot 

Wilson, James 



Wilson, Thomas (Matter o! 

the application of) 

Winani, George W., and 

WUliam F. Winant 

WindmuUer, Thomas 



Winstead Savings Bank 

Winterhalter, Louis, vs. The 
Mayor, etc , Simon Epstein 
etal 

Winton, Caroline A 

Wood, Emily E., as adminis- 
tratrix, etc., of William 
McKinney 

Wood, Henry S 



Wood, Joseph L. R., and Fer- 
nando Wood, executors, 
etc., of Fernando Wood, 
deceased 

Wood, Joseph L. R 

Wood, Theodore F., a»d 
Chauiicey H. Crosby vs 
The Mayor, etc., et al 

Woodbury, Francis E. 
executor of Charles 
Woodbury, deceased 

WoodhuU, Sells E., vs. The 
Mayor, etc., and The City 
of Brooklyn 

Woolf, Rosamond. 



as 

H. 



• • • • • • 



Workman, Robert W 



World Co. vs. Andrew H. 
Green 

Wormser, Isidor, et al 



Wright, Arthur B., adminis- 
trator, etc., of Dexter R 
Wright, deceased 

Wright, Ezra 



Wimd, Charles. 



WyckofF, Seamans & Benedict 
Wyer, Johanna 



43 417 Oct. 14, 1892 I Wyman, John H., et al., as 

executors of Lizzie H. Per- 
kins, deceased, vs. Allen C. 
Woodbury, the Depart- 
ment of Charities and Cor- 
rection, etc 



ro recover amount paid to CommissioQer of 
Public Works for permit for vault opening, 
etc., in 88th St., $120.75. 

To recover amount of assessment paid for pav- 
ing South 5th ave., from Canal to 4th St., 
$613. 

Damages for alleged false arrest and imprison> 
ment, February 15, 1886, $5,000. 

Summons only served. 



To recover possession of tandem bicycle, valued 

at $62.70. 
Salary as Engineer in the Department of Public 

Works, from January 27, 1887, to July ai, 

1 89 1, $4,500. 
For an award on Map No. 377 of Pelham Bay 

Park, amounting to $5,150. 
For coal sold and delivered to the City in Jan. 

and Feb., 1896, $1,668. 
For extra work as Detailed Sweeper in Street 

Cleaning Department, from July 18, 1895, to 

Nov. 15, 1897, $685. 
Summons only served. 
To foreclose mechanic's lien. 



Summons with notice, $1,9^1.95. 
For payment of amount of juclgment recovered 
Dec. 17, 1879, $1,000.54. 

To recover amount paid under protest to Com- 
missioner of Public Works for permit to con- 
struct vaults at Nos 1x2, 114 and xi6 Bleecker 
St., $437-50. 

Summons only served. 



do 
To restrain collection of personal tax assessed 

upon the United States Express Co. for the 

year 1890. 
Summons only served. 



Damages for personal injuries on the cars of 
the New York and Brooklyn Bridge, $5,000, 
and for false arrest and imprisonment, $20,000. 

For services of the Woolf Electric Disinfectant 
Co., driving piles on RUcer's Island for a dis- 
infectant plant, $503. 

Damages to the barkentine " Linda Park," by 
collision with the fire-boat " New Yorker," 
on June 11, 1893, at Pier 48, East river, 
$908.48. 

For printing and publishing certain notices in 
"The World" newspaper, in December, 1873, 
$91. 

To have assessment for Boulevard sewers, 
between S9thand6ist sts., on Ward Nos. 47 
and 48, Block 109, declared void and to re- 
cover back amount paid therefor, $343.77. 

Summons only served. 



Balance ot salary as Inspector of Masonry on 
the New Aqueduct, from October i, 1888, to 
November 30, 1889, $1,560. 

Salary as a Court Officer in Court of General 
Sessions, between October 7, 1889, and January 
25, 1890, at $1,000 per annum, $299. 

For typewriters and repairs to same, $470.29. 

Damages for personal injuries received Jime 3 
1894, on plank walk on road from Spuyten 
Duyvil to Kingsbridge, $5,000. 

For judicial construction of the will of Lizzie 
H. Perkins, deceased, and final determina- 
tion of the rights of respective parties claiming 
under the same. 



8i 



Schedule i — Suits Against the City, etc. 



Court. 



Supreme 



Regis- 
ter 
Folio. 


50 


163 


52 


288 


56 


532 


50 


170 


53 


228 


36 


103 


S6 


163 


Sa 


276 


53 


178 







When 

Commenced. 



June x8, 1896 
Nov. 28, ♦• 
Dec. 28, 1897 
June 23, 1896 

Mar. 25, 1897 
•• 6, 1887 

Oct. 26, X897 
Nov. 24, 1896 
Mar. X, 1897 



Title of Action. 



Nature of Action. 



Wynn, William S., and James 
C.Wynn 

Wynn, William S., and 
James C. Wynn 

Yachelson, Max. 

Yellow Pine Co. vs. The 
Mayor, etc.. James D. 
Murphy et ml 

Yonkers Savings Bank 

Young, Edwin, as executor of 
the last will and testament 
of John M. Furman, de- 
ceased 

Young, Theodore 

Youngs, George G., vs 
Charles A. Stoddard, The 
Mayor, etc., et al 

Zenia, Anna 



For goods, wares and merchandise furnished 
defendants in Jan. and Feb.. 1896, $1,870. 

For balance claimed to be du*.- on 1,002 tons of 
coal furnished $31.71. 

For extra services as Sv^eeper in the Street 
C leaning Department, $612.50. 

To foreclose lien for materials furnished under 
contract of James D. Murphy for the erection 
of an armory building on 14th and 15th sts., 
$2,657.46. ,, ^ 

For payment of certam bonds issued by Trustees 
of the Village of Williams bridge i.i July, 1899, 
$z,6oo. 

To have assessment for 73d and 8ist sts. un- 
derground drains, between ist and 5th aves., 
on Ward Nos. 14 to 17, Block 461, declared 
void and to recover back amount paid there- 
for, $327.81. 

For damages to wagon caused by defective 
roadway in East 187th st., near Lorillard St., 

For proportionate share of an award made for 
land taken in the opening of x8ad st . 

Damages for personal injuries by falling on 
pavement at No. 154 East 50th st., $10,000. 



EXCISE CASES. 



Court. 



-Supreme 



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Folio. 


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50 


354 


Aug 


■ 5. 


1896 


51 


40 




25. 


41 


51 


66 


Sept 


• 5. 


« 


51 


67 


«i 


5. 


(• 


51 


81 


<( 


23. 


4< 


51 


158 


Oct. 


31. 


'f 


51 


159 


•1 


31. 


tt 


5t 


161 


4* 


31. 


4$ 


51 


164 


41 


3». 


<< 


51 


176 


<( 


31. 


• < 


51 


179 




31, 


<l 


51 


i8z 


44 


31. 


<< 


51 


X84 


(( 


31. 


«( 


51 


189 


<• 


31. 


4< 


SI 


189 


fl 


3i» 


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SI 


1.50 


Nov 


-xo. 


«< 


51 


209 


<( 


23. 


<< 


51 


227 


' 41 


30, 


t< 


51 


229 




30. 


<( 


51 


232 


Dec. 


X, 


<< 


51 


245 


«( 


7, 


ti 


51 


248 


• 4 


8. 


4( 


51 


20X 


(( 


14. 


<t 


51 


272 


t( 


17. 


i< 


51 


332 


44 


28, 


(• 


51 


313 


<t 


28, 


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51 


33 ■> 


44 


28, 


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51 


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28, 


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51 


341 


<4 


28. 


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347 


<4 


29. 


« 


51 


347 


4< 


29. 


«( 


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348 


<( 


29. 


<( 


51 


364 


Jan. 


2, 


1897 


51 


365 


<• 


2, 


• < 


51 


369 


<• 


2, 


«< 


51 


375 


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376 


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21, 


(« 


51 


470 


li 


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<< 


51 


471 


i* 


28, 


(< 


51 


504 


Feb. 


I. 


l< 


54 


21 




9. 


f 4 



Title of Action. 



Goldberger, Henry 

Hirschhorn, Isaac 

Furry, Thomas 

McManus, Martin 

Fried, Hanie 

Ashman, Robert 

Becker, Maria 

Blancke, Charies F 

Culhaue, Daniel H., and ano. 

McNamara, Thomas 

Marchuetz, Mary 

Mayei*, Ernest 1 

Pursell, Christopher 

Todd, Louis L 

Wynn, John 

Becker, Charles 

Malone, Mary, as admin- 
istratrix, etc., of John 
Malone 

O'Hannon, James W 

Maggs, Richard 

Klager, Christian 

Collucci, Domenico 

Bruckhof, Louis 

Minke, E'ise 

Salmon, Max 

Beisterberg, Theodore 

Heideman. George 

McGcwan, Patrick 

Stephan, Adolph 

Whitney, Orrin R 

Murtha, Thomas 

Murphy, John T 

Ordemann, Christian 

Runge, August F 

TJlrich, John B 

Martin, German 

Pielst'cker, Bcrnhard 

Schnomaker, Edmund 

Miller, Charles 

Lauder. Joseph 

Cobe. George E 

Delvilani, John 

Kahn, Abraham 

Fox, NellieP 



Nature of Action. 



For rebate of 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



excise license fee, $170.13. 

do 23.67. 

do 166.67. 

do 147' IS- 

do 37.54. 

do 56.23. 

do 142.78. 

do xi7'53- 

do 16X.24. 

do 59.73. 

do 66.66. 

do 70.28. 

do 80.36. 

do 104.21. 

do 177-73. 

do 28.76. 

do 16.45. 



67.40. 

23.00. 

H.64. 

104.12. 

9055- 
36.17. 

34-14. 

15.90- 
3.28. 

29.05. 
51-24. 

3-85- 
X.64. 

^0-43- 
159.38. 
107.41. 

42.20. 

63.12. 

69.05. 

183.37- 
106.04. 

62.47. 

146.56. 

43.02. 

151.85- 



do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 



Schedule i^Excise Cases. 



Ginltv. Chule> A 

vidSieven^on Brewing Co,' 

■™u,i»m« I 

laWWfBnwiDECD.... 



PleJi 
Btra 

s 

si. 

May 
Gilli 


fcker. B:™rd 


'k. 


ud 


iS/;"?.-.-. 


B,c 


-ing 


«ik.jV^h{S<, 
















. Jdho G„ e 


^ 


e- 


.Jonu,imd» 


Dlh 




.fep :::::: 







Fraokfil, Mortia.. . 
Raae. OitiOt. .. 



s—s., 



!y, Chirie«H.. 
.Albert O 



le%'. 



SUITS IX WHICH THI". M.WOR, ALDICRMEX AND CO:\LMONALTY 
OF THE CITY OF NEW YORK ARK PLAINTIFFS. 



of40lh SI.. North 
t.6 9P(l7an Lenox 



83 



Schedule i — The Mayor, etc., Plaintiffs. 



Court. 



Supreme . . . 



4« 



4» 



R EGIS- 
TRR 

Folio. 



55 33» 



47 79 



23 lOI 



28 480 



50 380 



55 
43 



19 
328 



43 229 



50 
34 



379 
336 



38 53 



31 
37 



407 
123 



40 
. . 46 



47 

55 



488 
452 

171 
382 



When 
Commenced. 


Aug. 


3. 


1897 


Dec. 


5. 


1894 


Feb. 


27. 


1878 


Oct. 


7. 


1882 


Aug. 


7. 


1895 


May 


>5» 


1897 


July 


»3. 


189a 


<< 


'3. 


i< 


Auj;. 


7. 


1896 


Sept. 


25. 


1886 


July 


21, 


i888 


<( 


18, 


1884 


Dec. 


15. 


1887 


Jan. 


29, 


1891 


Oct. 


I?, 


1894 


Jan. 


9. 


1895 



34 194 



Tin E OF Action. 



Baltimore & Ohio Railroad 
I Co., Central Railroad Co.' 

of New lersey, ard Phila-| 
i delphia & Reading Railroad 

I Co 

Bnnnan. John, and Casper F 

Von Dohln 



Nati'kr OF Action. 



Banta, Jacob J.. 
Belden, William. 



Bleecker Street and Fulton 
Ferry Railroad Co 

'Brady, Jamos, Daniel Mc- 
Auliff, Catherine Crowley, 
et al 

Bra»Iy, James H., James 
Brady, and Charles Welsh . 



i Brady, James H., Abraham 
Steers and James Brady . . . 



Broadway and Seventh Ave- 
nue Railroad Co 

Brooks, William 



Canda. John M., John P. 
Kane, Francis B. Finslev 
et .il 

Central Park, North and East 
River Railroad Co 

Chase, Julia A., individually 
and as trustee under the 
last will, etc, of John F. 
Delaplainc, deceased, the 
New York Life Insurance 
and Trust Co. assub'titutcd 
trustee under the will of 
I<aac C. Delaplaine, de- 
ceased, et al 

Christopher and Tenth Street 
Railroad Co 

Clark, George M., anri 
George B. Lawton, Jr 



Claik, George M.(No. 2). 
Aug. 30, 1897 jCoakley, Daniel 



IniuD'iion to restrain defendants from using 
steamers " Easton " and " Manch Chunk 
for transportation without a license. 

To recover the taxed costs in certiorari pro- 
ceedings, Joseph C. Hig;;ins vs. The Board 
of City Record, rccovi.'red March 12, 1893, 
deftndants being the sureties on under- 
taking, $1104.20. 

For an accounting of the fues, etc., received by 
defendant as Inspector of Weights and Meas- 
ures since May 20, 187 ^ 

Wharface for yacht " Vo-.emite," at pier foot 
of 24ih St., fiom Decembers, 1881, to June x, 

^ 1882, <9^5.fi^. 

Summons only served. 



To foreclose a mortgage on premises in the 7th 
Ward at Monroe and Corlears sts., |i,55o. 

To recovt'r amount overpaid defendant, James 
H. Brady, for the erection of Grammar 
School No. 86, at the southeasterly corner of 
95th St. and Lexington ave..|( 1,^29.11. 

T(> recover amounts overpaid to defendant, 
James H. Brady, for work done in the erection 
of (Grammar School No. 91, at the southwest- 
erly corner of Ogden ave. and Orchard St., 
Twenty-third Ward, in 1889, 1890 and 1891, 
«374.i8. 

Summons only served. 

To recover penalty imposed or violation of 
Rule 4, Duck Department, for allowing sand 
to remain on various piers after notice to 
remove, etc., ^2.250. 

For pciseision of premises ati22dst.and Har- 
lem river, and tor damages for unlawful de- 
tention, $z8,ooo. 

To recover back amount paid by the City tor 
personal injuries to John Sheridan, $3,607.83. 

For possession of premises on East river, be- 
tween 1 16th and 117th sts., and for damages- 
for unlawful detention, $15,000. 



July 19, i886 jCofTin, Edward H. 



47 

..| 38 

36 
43 



297 

51 

127 

'35 



17 351 



Decker, Alonro T., doing 
business under the firm 
name of A.T. Decker & Co. 

DePcyster, Frederick J., and 
David Conlin • 



Mar. 5, 1895 
June 19, 1888 

'* 17, 1887 'Dimick, Jeremiah W 

I 

Apr. 12, 1892 Dry Dock, East Broadway 
and Battery Railroad Co . . 



May 6, 1874 Duryea, Joseph W. 



Demanding an accounting of the gross receipts 
since Novemb«^r 10, 1876, and one per cent, 
thert'on since January 29, 1885. 

For rent of wharf at the fool of Bethune street 
for three (luarters ending May i, August i 
and Novc'iiber i, 1893, at i,aoo per annum, 
$900. 

Rent of pier foot of Bethune street, $i.2co. 

Damages for unlawful taking of paving stone-; 
from possession of Department ol Public 
Works, ?5oo. 

To recover for Crotoii water furnished steam- 
boats "The Nellie May," " The Spray " and 
"The Ooton," from June 13, 1878, to March 
31, 1886, $3,625. 

For rent of wharf at foot of Bethune St., North 
river, and for certain percentage on costs of 
widenmg and extending the pier, $1,414.21. 

For possession of premises at i2i8tst.and Ave- 
nue A, and for damages for unlawful deten- 
tion, 'il5,ooo. 

To recover amount of judgment paid to Richard 
Kocrner and the City's disbursements for 
witness fees, etc., $3,030.23. 

For live per cent, upon $78,376.56, being the 
balance due from net proceeds of operating 
the (Jrand st. extension in the year 1888,. 
$3,918.82. 

For value of street dirt sold, $9,375. 



84 



Schedule i— The Mayor, etc., Plaintiffs. 




Supreme . . . 



«• 



<« 



44 x6o 

50 381 

40 42 

37 306 



50 154 



U. S. Circuit 



Supreme . . 



27 289 

50 383 

24 42a 

49 365 



Feb. 25,1893 

Aug. 7, 1896 
Apr. 23, 1890 
Mar. 9, 1888 

June 13, *• 



TiiLE OF Action. 



27 167 


Apr. 29, i88x 


3t 37<^ 


June 6, 1884 


34 2 


Apr. 19, 1886 



East Bay Land and Improve- 
ment Co. 



i Eighth Avenue Railroad Co. 

! -The) 

Farrell, James H., and 
another 

Fay, Marcel la (formerly 
Marcella Keenan), as ex- 
ecutrix of the last will and 
testament of James T. 
K eenan, deceased 

Fitch, Ashbcl P., as Comp- 
troller, People's Traction 
Co., the North New York 
City Traction Co. and the 
Southern Boulevard Rail- 
road Co 

Fitzpatrick, Thomas 



Nati're of Action. 



June 23, i88z 

Aug. 7, 1896 

" 22, 1879 
Mar. 2, 1896 



Flack, James A., and Am- 
brose Moneli 

Fort Lee Ferry Co 



'Fort Lee Park and Steam- 
boat Co 



55 332 Aug. 2, 1897 

38 43 ■ June 20, 1888 

i 

37 232 Jan. 14, " 

39 363 Feb. 5, 1890 



19 513 

38 317 

31 171 

I 10 498 

23 100 



Nov. 5, 1875 
Jan. 28, 1889 

Feb. 8, 1884 

July 14, 1868 

j Feb. 28, 1878 



Forty-second Street, Man- 
hattanville and St. Nicholas 
Avenue Railroad Co 

Golding, John, Matilda Carey, 
and Mary Sullivan 

Gorman, Amelia, executrix, 
etc.. of John J. Gorman, 
Alice Crawford, executors 
of Erastus Crawford, John 
McQuade and George W. 
Plunkitt 

Gorman, Amelia, executrix of 
John J. Gorman, deceased, 
ctal 

Hargous, Robert L., Nina 
H. Appleton, Anita C. De 
Forrest et al 

Harlem Bridge, Morrisania 
and Fordham Railway Co. 

Harlem Bridge, Morrisania 
and Fordham Railway Co. 

Hudson River Railroad Co. . 

Jaques.Zachariah, and Patrick 
Mooney 



Keating, John 



II 



■ 44 176 Mar. 13, 1893 



...i 38 52 luly 21, 1888 

...48 44 I May 13, 1895 

I ' 

I I 

... 43 195 'June 16, 1892 



Kent, Charies D., and Wil- 
liam A. Wheeler 

Kent, Theodore W 



Lexington Avenue Railroad 
Co., Henry Hart and Wm. 
Remsen 



Livingston. Maturin, and 
Benjamin Richardson 

Long Island Railroad Co 



Mahoney, Michael J.. Daniel 
F. Mahoney, Henry Camp- 
bell and Andrew Martin... 



For the rent of certain land under water in the 
vicinity of Leggett's creek, on the Elast river 
and Long Island Sound, from Oak Point to 
Bronx river, $39,987.50. 

Summons only served. 

Balance of rent due on four lots of land on 
Bogart street, near x3th avenue, $406. 

F«r amount due Department of Street Clean- 
ing for privilege oi trimming scovs and five 
dumpers on North river, in zSSa and 1883, 
#2.533.75- 

(x) Thdt the Court pass upon the validity upon 
the bids made by defendant corporations ; (2} 
or the same be canceled and a resale orilered ; 
(3) and that awarding of the franchise for the 
operation of the railroad be restrained imtil 
the hearing and determination oi this action. 

For balance of rent of pier foot of aSth St., East 
river, at 1(i,ieo per annum, $1,375. 

Suit on indemnity bond, $1,000, of Jane Knapp 
(Armory matter), $9^^4.67. 

ForCroton water furnished defendant's steam- 
boats " George Marks," from June 7, x88i,to 
February 28, 1882, and "Fort Lee," from 
March i, 1882, to December 31, X885, 
$2,668.62. 

ro restrain running, without license, of boats 
"Josephine," " Fort Lee" and *' Ple^ s^nt 
Valley," from Canal st. to Fort Lee, etc., and 
for damages. 

Summons only served. 



To recover rent of Cellars 19,20 and ax in Ful* 

ton Market, $8,875. 
For fees received by John J. Gorxxun while 
Sheriff, and not accounted for, $4,499.40. 



Agreed case upon submission as to fees col- 
lected by John J.Gorman, as Sheriff. 

For possession of premises north side of X2ist 

St. at Harlem river, and for dama};es for 

unlawful detention, $10,000. 
Case on submission — To ascertain how much, if 

any, the defendant (railway company) is 

bound to pave of Boston ave. 
For the cost of 592.17 square yards of pavement 

laid by Commiisioner of Public Works along 

tracks of defendant, $1,361.99. 
To recover license fees on cars and dummy 

engines, $5,150. 
For possession of premises at ssth and 56th 

sts. and nth and 13th aves., and damages for 

unlawful detention, $25,000. 
To recover dock penalty, $15. 

I'or rent of one-h^lf of Piers 12, 18, 19 and 20, 
East river, $9,950. 

For an accounting of the fees, etc., received by 
defendant as Inspector of Weights and 
Measures sinca May 20, 1873. 

For damages by reason of the failure of the 
defendants to fulfill terms of sale and deposit 
one million dollars for privilege of building 
street railway upon portions ot Lexington ave. 
and other streets, $50,000. 

For possession of premises at X24th St. and 
Avenue A, and for damages for unlawful 
detention, $6,000. 

To restrain running of steamboat '* Morrisania" 
as a ferry-boat between Pier i, North river, 
and foot of 65th st., Bay Ridee. L. I 

To recover amounts overpaid defendants 
Mahoney, for the erection of Grammar School 
No. 46, at the southwesterly comer of Michi- 
gan ave. and 156th St., $900.34. 



«5 



Schedule i— The Mayor, etc., Plaintiffs. 



' Regis- 
Court, i TRR 
i Folio. 



When 

Commenced. 



Supreme . . . j 32 



«( 






39 



331 Feb. 25, 1885 

I 

498 , Mar. 31, 1890 



33 119 I Aug. 21, 1885 



55 430 ; Sept. 25, 1897 



56 


273 


Oct. 


17. " 


25 


X37 


Jan. 


30, 1880 


52 


239 


Nov. 


13, 1896 


34 


46s 


Oct. 


19, 1886 


55 


8 


May 


II, 1897 



37 77 Nov. 22, 1887 



4' 


123 


Mar. 


2], 1891 


23 


340 


July 


9. 1878 


38 


112 


Sept. 


17, 1888 


39 


330 


Jan. 


23, 1890 


50 


378 


Aug. 


7, 1896 


38 


355 


Mar. 


6. 1889 


• 


463 


Jan. 


15, 1891 



37 236 



43 407 



44 148 



34 376 



28 

50 

39 
20 



170 

382 
227 

437 



32 391 



U. S. Circuit' 29 56 



27, 1888 



Oct. 3, 189? 



Feb. x6, 1893 



Oct. 2, 1886 



Jan. 18, 1882 

Aug. 7, i8q6 

" 11,1889 

May 8, 1876 



Apr. 4, 1885 



Oct. 31, 1882 



Title ok Action. 



Manhattan Dredging and 
Elevating Co 

Manhattan Railway Co. and 
the New York Elevated 
Railway Co 

Manhattan Railway Co. et al. 



Nature of Action. 



Marsich, AUred, James J. 
Coogan, Edward V. Coo- 
gan and Thomas Coogan. 

Marsich, Alfred, James J. 
Coogan, Leopold Jonas and 
Thomas A. Co jgan 

Mason, Alexander, Bernard 
Maloney and John O'Don- 
nell 

McDermott, James 



Meade, James H., John E. 
Cannon et al 

Mechanics and Traders' Bank 
ot the City of New York, 
administratom, The Mayor, 
etc 

Metropolitan Ferry Co 



Mitchell, Peter, and David 
Mitchell 

Moore, Jeremiah D., and 
Terence McGuire 



Mott, Hopper S., Alexander 
H. Mott, Thomas Stokes et 
al 

New York and Harlem Rail- 
road Co 

New York and Harlem Rail- 
road Co 

New York Central and Hud- 
son River Railroad Co. and 
William Oliver 

New York Central and Hud- 
son River Railroad Co. . . . 



New York Mutual Gas-light 
Co 



New York Refrigerating and 
Cold Storage Co., Joseph 
Koeningsberg, Alois E. 
Keim and Edmund J. Curry 
(N0.2) 

New York Refrigerating Con- 
struction Co., Chas. J. 
Canda, Francis A. Boch- 
m:inn and George M. Hard 
(No. 3) 

New York Rooting Co 



Nichols, Sidney P., and 

Jonathan A. Frazee 

Ninth Avenue Railroad Co.. 

O'Brien, Thomas, et al 

Palmer, Francis A 



Patten, Thomas. 
Peck, Joshua S. 



To recover rent of dump scows from October i, 

1883, $1,457. 
For five per cent, of the net receipts of the 

company on its 9th and 3d ave. lines. 

To restrain defendants from dredging or filling 
in land underwater at the intersection of 2d 
ave. and i2gth st. 

To recover amount due for breach of contract 
for building sewer in Melrose ave., $6,641.58. 

To recover damages by reason of delay under 
contract for Melrose ave. sewers and for ex- 
cess over contract price due to failure of con- 
tractor to complete same, $2,404.64. 

For rent of Pier 19, East river, S9C7.50. 



For value of 480 feet of bridge-stone appropri- 
ated by defendant, bet. July i and Sept. 24, 
1896, $513.60. 

To restrain the giving of theatrical performances 
al the "Regent." 

To recover amount of judgment paid by City in 
which the defendants executed an indemnity 
bond on May 26, 1887. $5,226.65. 

For possession of wharf premises at 8th st. and 
East river, held adversely by defendant since 
July I, 1887, and damages for unlawful deten- 
tion, $ao,ooo. 

Cost of removal of dirt and stone from sidewalk 
of loth are. betwcen^zst and 82d sts., $256. 

To recover on bond ot Moore tor default on 
contract for regulating, etc., 77th St., between 
9th ave. and Boulevard, $15,000. 

For possession of premises at nth ave. near 
55th St., and for damage:. for unlawful detention, 
$25,000. 

Cost of repaving along the tracks of the defend- 
ant, $1,027.82. 

Summons only served. 

For possession of premises between xjad and 
134th sts. and 4th ave. and Harlem river, and for 
damages for use and occupation for six years 
past, $67,000. 

For five per cent, upon gross receipts for trans- 
portation of passengers, etc., over ferry from 
Weehawken to foot of West 42d st.. North 
river, from January i, 1886. 

For possession of premises on the East river at 
foot of nth and 12th sts. and for damages for 
wrongful detention since January 18, 1882, 
$ioo,ooc. 

For three installments of percentages of gross 
receipts for furnishing cold air to stard- 
holders in West Washington Market, $1,125. 



For four installments of percentage of gross 

receipts received for furnishing cold air in 

West Washington Market for the quarters 

ending February i. May i, August i and 

November i, 1892, g5,t;oo. 
To recover dock penalty for violation of rules of 

Dock Department, leaving barrels of pitch, 

etc., on pier at 86th St., North river, August 6 

and 10, 1885, $100. 
Suit on bond for balance of rent due by Daniel 

Darrow, for Pier 7, East river, $2,500. 
Summons only served. 

do 
Interest on deposits in various banks while 

Chamberlain of the City and County of New 

York. 
To recover on bond for non-performance of 

contract for 75th st. regulating, etc., between 

5th ave. and East river, $422.5^. 
To recover p>ossession of premises land under 

water on southeast Hoe of 4f th •» 

east of xst avt::. ■•<l far dam* 



86 



Schedule i — The Mayor, etc., Plaintiffs. 



Regis- 



Court. ] TER 
' Folio. 



When 
Commenced. 



Title of Actiov. 



Nature of AcnoN. 



Supreme ... 50 88 Oct. 14. 1882 



. . . 1 39 98 I July 30. 1889 



Pennsylvania Railroad Co., iSanrim ns only served. 

the Associates ol thejer-eyi 

Co., and the United Newi 

Jer-iey Railroad and Canal 1 

Co I 

Post, John A., Nicholas 

Bertain andj. T. Hatterick 



«i 



...43 231 

I 

• • • j 30 505 
... 38 5c 

. . . , 32 330 

i 

t 

. . . ; 44 79 

I 
... 28 287 

i 

I 

...'50 384 
... 21 211 

I 

I 
I 

••• 53 375 



13, 1892 !Reilly, Michael, Thos. Hagen 
' and John Cullom 



Sept. 
June 

Feb. 

Dec. 
Apr. 
Aug. 



24, 1883 

24, 1888 

25, 1885 

27, 1892 
5. 1882 
7, 1896 



Renwick, Frederick W., and 
the Astoria Ferry Co 

Richardson, Benjamin, anJ 
Titus Smitli 

Ridgewood I ce Co 



May 10, 1878 



Ridgewood Ice Co., Henry 
Ganzen miller and Thomas 
A.Briggs 

Roche, Walter, and John 
Scott 

Second Avenue Railroad Co. 

Shapter, Samuel 



To restra'n the defendants from operating a 
ferry between New York and Stat en Island, 
and for ^n accounting to determine the 
amount of fees due the City. 

To recover back amounts overpaid defendant, 
Reilly, in the erection of Grammar School 
No. 88, at the northwest comer of Rivington 

I and Lewis sts., in 1888 and 1889, $647.15. 

For possession of premises at 92d St., iisleet 
north along East river, and for damages for 
detention, $5,000. 

For possession of premises at Avenue A and 
123d St., and for damages for unlawful de- 
tention, ^4,000. 

To recover penalty imposed* for violation of 
Rule 4 of Dock Department, for allowing 
scal.s and shed to remain on Pier 43 and 
bulkhead, East river, $325. 

For repairs to pier at East 3d st. and East river 
leased to the defendant in 1891, $665.34. 

Suit on defendants' bond for rent due from Henry, 
Smith, lessee, of upper half of Piers 5 and 6,. 
East river, and bulkhead, $9,750. 

Summons only served. 



To recover on a bond of defendants, executed 
January 15, 1870, for $2,069.73, amount paid 
defenda»t Devlin for stone furnished by 
Robert Jardine for paving 8th ave., $5,789.02. 

Apr. 2c, 1897 jStandard Gas-light Co jFor cost of refilling trenches and openings made 

by defendant and replacing pavement over 
same, bet. Nov. 13, 1895, and Oct, la, 1896, 

$969-33- 
To recover amount expended in replacing 
macadam pavement over excavation made in 
Lenox ave. and other sts., $6co 
State of New York For water furnished to Sing Sing Prison, $21,000. 



•• 55 361 i Aug. 16, " Standard Gaslight Co 



.. 55 176 July 9. 



24 429 Aug. 22, 1879 Sullivan, James, et al, 



••• 55 

1 


377 


" 26, 1897 


...49 


80 


Nov, 18, 1895 


^.S. Circuit 46 


25 


Mar. 20, 1894 



Tamsen, Edward J. 
Sheriff, etc 



H. 



as 



Texter, William 



Thomas, Eben B., and John 

j J. McCullough, as Re- 

I ceivcrs of the New York, 

Lake Erie and Western 

' Railroad Co 

Supreme ... 37 386 j Apr. i6, 1888 Title Guarantee and Trust Co. 



jTo recover rent of Cellars 7, 8 and q in Fulton 
Market, <7.65o. 

Damages for taking 20,000 paving stones from 

Delancey st. yard of Department of Public 

Works, ?5oo. 
Bal ince due for landing of steamboat "James 

T, Brett" at Battery place wharf in summer 

cf 1894, $500. 
Summons only served. 



1st Ju j. Dist. 52 406 Dec. 24, 1896 



Supreme... 41 216 May 18,1891 



Toum^y, John and John E. 
Toumey et al 



For searches affecting property in 23d Ward,. 

furnished by the Register of New York County, 

under requisition of defendant of May 25, 1887, 

$i,«i8.i5. 
For value of earth excavation made in excess of 

amount allowed by permit, $136. 



•••'53 3^5 
... 46 453 



Aug. 7, 1896 
Oct. 12, 1894 



Twenty-eighth and Twenty- 
I ninth Street Railroad (Jo.,; 
Henry Seibert and Charles! 

I Seibert } 

Twenty-eighth and Twenty- 

> ninth Street Railroad Co. . ! 

Union Ferry Cc. of New 

York and Brooklyn, George 

VV. Quintard and Matthew 

Bunker ! 

United States Illuminating ■ 

Co .; 



... 38 69 Aug. 10, 1888 

...46 63 Apr. 12,1891 Vail, John K . 

...19 148 May 20, 1875 Voorhis, Jacob 



Suit on bond given for the commencement and 
completion of the construction of a railroad 
pursuant to the requirements of chapter 642,. 
Laws of 1880, $15,000. 

Summ )ns only served. 

For repairs to ferry slips at Fulton, Wall, Catha- 
rine, South and Hamilton ferries in 1891, i89» 

and 1893, $9,058.56. 

To compel removal of poles, wires, etc., to 
restrain the erection of new poles, etc., and 
for damages n)r maintenance of same, $5,000. 

Balance claimed to be due from proceeds of 
sale of buildings in Croton water shed by 

^ defendant at auction in Nov., 1893, $1,194. 

Ejectment suit. 



87 



Schedule i — The Mayor, etc., Plaintiffs. 



COUKT. 



Supreme . . 



U.S. District 
Supreme ... 



Regis- 
ter 
Folio. 



When 
comme.nced. 



43 224 July 13, 189a 



43 225 ; " 13. " 



32 233 Dec. 29. 1884 

33 25 July 13.1885 



Title of Action. 



Nature of Action. 



Walsh, Patrick J., John C. 
Orr and Francis O'Neil . . . 



Walsh, Patrick J., John C, 
Orr and S. H. Mason 



VVasel, Morris 

Washburn, Charles, et al . . . . 



18 400 I Nov. 12, 1874 Webb, William H 
37 195 Jan« ^°> 1888 



46 440 
39 182 



Oct. 8, 1894 
•♦ II, 1889 



Webb, Willi. im H., Andrew 
J. Constanliiie, Robert Con- 
5t:intine, et al 

"Wort 111 ey. Thomas L." 
f steamboat) 

Wright, Frederick W.,eial.. 



To recover back amounts paid for extra work 
not performed and materials not furnished in 
th« i'reciion of Grammar School No. 87, at the 
northeast corner of 72d st. and loth ave., in 
1888 and 1889, $^3S.ao. 

To recover back amounts overpaid defendant 
Walsh, in the erection of CJr.immar School 
No. 89, at the northwest corner of 134th 
St. and 6th ave., in 1889 and 1890, §754.52. 

To recover rent ot pier at foot ot 37th si.. East 
river, for quarter due August r, 1884, 8300- 

To recover back cost ot removal of sunken 
canal-boat ut slip foot of East 2ad st., East 
river, JJioB.otj. 

To recover damages for injury to pier at foot 
of 37th St., North river, §16,000. 

Vor possession of premises on East river, be- 
tween 6th and 7th sts. and damages for de- 
tention, $'^'0,cxx). 

For twenty-five days' wharfac^e at pier foot of 
Weil 13th St., North river, at $3 per day, $75. 

For rent of premises lot 38, Pier 43, Kast 
river, for quarters.due May i and August i, 
i58o. at §4,000 per .-tnnnm, *2,ooo 



SUITS BROUGHT BY THE RECPZIVER OF TAXES. 



I Regis- 1 
Court. , thr 

Folio. ! 



When i 
comme.nced. i 



Title of Action. 



Supreme 



t« 
«< 






<( 



4^ 



4t 

«( 



« 



« 



25 
27 
28 
30 
31 
32 

34 
34 

34 
34 
34 



522 ' July 

397! •• 

479! " 
462 i Aug. 

418 j July 

294 . Jan. 

I 
I 

361 Sept. 
426 ! Oct. 

339 , Sept. 
364 •• 
357 <^ct. 



38 269 



35 
25 

27 
28 

30 

31 

32 

38 

35 

34 

34 
25 

27 
28 



373 
583 



16, 1880 

29, 1881 

8, 1882 

10, 1883 

21. 1884 

31. 1885 

29, 1886 
16,' '• 

27." " 
29, •• 

IS, " 



Hleecker Street an<i 

Ferry Railroad Co., 
Bleecker Street and 

Ferry Railroad Co., 
Bleecker Street and 

Ferry Railroad C'o., 
Bleecker Street and 

Ferry Railroad Co. 
Bleecker Street and 
• Ferry Railroad Co. 
Bleecker Street and 

Ferry Railroad Co., 

Bodine, John 

Bo^art, Richard W.. 



Fulton 
No. I .. 

Fulton 
No. 2 . . 

Fulton 
No. 3.. 

Fulton 
. No. 4. 

Fultoi. 
, So. = . 

Fulton 
, No. 6. 



Jan. 17, 1889 



Mar. 
fuly 



446 
487 
461 

419 
291 
248 

83 ; Oct 
397 



Aug. 
July 
Jan. 



353 
5" 

398 

488 



Sept. 
July 



«« 



15, 1887 

16, i58o 

29, 1881 
8, 1882 

10, i88j 

21, 1884 
31. 1885 

11, 1889 

22, " 

7, " 

27, 1886 
16, 1880 

29, 1881 

8, 1882 



Brooklyn Fire Insurance Co. . 

Brophy, Patrick 

Hurkhalter, Anna M., et al., 

executrix and executor 

Chandler, Franklin 



Chattcr.son, Thomas. . . 

Christopher and Tenth 

I Railr ad Co., No. i. . 

Christopher and Tenth 

I Railroad Co., No. 2. . 

Christopher and lenih 

I Railroad Co., No. 3 . 

Christopher and Tenth 

Railroad Co., No. 4 . 
Christopher and Tenth 

Railroad Co., No. 5 . 
Christopher and Tenth 

Railroad Co., No. 6 . 
Cumings, Peter, et al. 

tees 

Cumming, Peter 



.Street 

• ••••• 

Street 

Streo 
Street 

• • • • • • 

Street 
Street 

• • • • • • 

, trus- 



Curtiss, Charles 



Downing, Augustus C 

Eighth Avenue Railroad Co., 
No.i 



Eighth Avenue Railroad Co., 

No. 2 

Eighth Avenue Railroad Co., 
No. 3 



Nature of Action. 



To recover interest on track taxes for year 1879, 

S3.'-'5<^-8o. 
To recover interest on track taxes for year 1880, 

$3,187.80. 
To recover inter<st on track taxes foi year 1881, 

S.),3'>i.2o. 
To recover interest (>n track ta.ves for year 1882, 

To recover inter-^st on track taxes for year 1883, 
^$i,834.H2._ 
r 1 recover interest on track taxes for year 1884, 

Si,8-'2 42. 
To recover p''rson:d tax for year 1880, $1,087.90. 
I'o recover pers nall^xon Island I ]lty National 

Hank shares for year 1S80, "37. 95. 
To recover personal t.ix tnr year 1880, §761,53. 
do do §174.06. 

I'o recover personal tax on Broadway National 

Bank shares for year 1S80, 5761. 53. 
To recover personal tax on shares of National 

Mechanics' Banking Associ.ttion tor year 1882, 

$88.31. 
lo re over p;:rsonal tax for year r88o, $44.27. 
To recover interest on track taxes for year 

1879, $1,548.50. 
To recover interest on 

1880,51.518. 
Fo recover interest on 

1881, §1,572. 
To recover interest on 

1882, §1,350. 
To recover interest on 

1883, $1,099.20. 
i'o recover interest on 

1884, $1,080 10. 
To recover personal tax on shares of National 

Broadway Bank for year i8«2, $2,450.25. 
To recover personal tax on Broadway National 

Hank shares for year i88o, $130.54, 
To recover personal tax on Broadway National 

Bank shares for year 1880, $57.65. 
To recover personal t ix for year 18S0, $467.79. 
I'o recover interest on track taxes for year 

1879. $9,159. 
To recover interest on track taxes f^r 

1880,18,981.50. 
To recover interest on track taxes 

x88x, $9,012.80. 



track 


taxes 


for 


year 


track 


taxes 


for 


year 


track 


taxes 


for 


year 


track 


taxes 


for 


yea I 


track 


taxes 


for 


yeai 



88 



Schedule i — Receiver of Taxes, Plaintiff. 



Court. 



Supreme . . 



Regis- 
ter 
Folio. 



30 438 

31 420 

3a 298 

35 85 

34 347 

34 374 

34 372 

34 390 

34 334 

34 349 

34 355 

34 348 

34 366 

34 450 

25 523 

27 444 

34 360 

25 521 

27 445 

28 421 

30 463 

31 421 

32 289 

34 253 

34 371 

34 452 

35 82 

25 513 

27 412 

35 31 

34 38^ 

34 440 

34 362 



When 

Commenced. 



Aug. 

July 

Jan. 

Dec. 

Sept. 
Oct. 

Sepl. 

Oct. 

Sept. 

(< 

(< 
<< 

Oct. 
July 



10, 1883 

31, 1884 

31. 1885 

2, 1886 



27. 
I. 

30. 

4. 
25. 

25. 

28. 

29» 

29. 

II. 



<< 
<< 



(t 



<l 
It 
<< 
«< 
<( 



Sept. 
July 



Aug. 

July 

Jan. 

July 

Sept. 

Oct. 

Dec. 

July 
<< 

Nov. 

Oct. 
t< 

Sept. 



16, 1880 
29, z88i 

29, 1886 

16. 1880 

29. 1881 
8, 1882 

10, 1883 

21, 1884 
31. 1885 

23, 1886 

30, " 
II, " 

I, 1886 

16, 1880 

29, 1881 

15, 1886 

5. " 

14, " 

28, " 



Title of Action. 



Eighth Avenue Railroad Co., 
N0.4 

Eighth Avenue Railroad Co., 
No. 5 

Eighth Avenue Railroad Co., 
No. 6 

Ford,JohnR 



Nature of Action. 



Furnald, Francis P. 
Gantz, George F... 



Gardiner, Thomas. 
Gardner, Emma . . 



Greenwich Fire Insurance 

Co 

Harriot, Samuel C 

Harriott, Catharine £ 

Hersey, Jacob D. T 

Hoagland, Hudson 

Hoguet, Henry L 



Houston, West Street and 

Pavonia Ferry Railroad 

Co., No. I 

Houston, West Street and 

Pavonia Ferry Railroad 

Co., No. 2 

Isham, Charles H 

Ninth Avenue Railroad Co., 

No. I 

Ninth Avenue Railroad Co., 

No.2 

Ninth Avenue Railroad Co., 

N0.3 

Ninth Avenue Railroad Co., 

No. 4 

Ninth Avenue Railroad Co., 

No.s 

Ninth Avenue Railroad Co., 

No. 6 

Ornisby, Leonard D 

Palmer, Francis A 

Ransom, James H 



Rumrill, Alexander. 



Twenty-third Street Rail-i 
way Co., No. i 

Twenty-third Street Rail 
way Co., No. 2 

Van Nostrand, Garrett. ... 



Way, Frederick K . . . . 
.Whitman, George L... 
j Winter, Otto, executor. 



To recover interest on track taxes for year 

1882, $7,740. 

To recover interest on track taxes for year 

1883, $4,391.57. 

To recover interest on track taxes for year 

i8«4, $4,314.89. 
To recover personal tax on Broadway National 

Bank shares for year 1880, $330.72. 
To recover personal tax ior year z38o, $652.74. 
I'o recover personal tax on Broadway National 

Bank shares for year 1880, $87.03. 
To recover personal tax on Broadway National 

Bank shares for year 1880, $109.79. 
To recover personal tax on Broadway National 

Bask shares for year 1880, $435.16. 
To recover personal tax on capital stock for yesr 

i88o, $435.16. 

To recover personal tax for year x88o, $657.74. 

do do $163.18. 

do do $321.93. 

do do $870.32. 

To recover personal tax on Broadway National 

Bank shares for year x88o, $43.51. 
To recover interest on track taxes for year 

1879, $1,973.70. 

To recover interest on track taxes for year 

1880, $1,935.45- 

To recover personal tax for year 1880, $87.03. 
To recover interest on track taxes for year 

1879, $3,186.30. 

To recover interest on track taxes for year 

1880, $3,124.55. 

To recover interest on track taxes for year 

1881, $3,235.70. 

To recover interest on track taxes for year 

1882, $2,778.75, 

To recover interest on track taxes for year 

1883, $2,118.05. 

To recover interest on track taxes for year 

1884, $«,o8i.o6. 

To recover personal tax for year 1882, $1x3.50. 

do do 1880, $5,493.19. 

To recover personal tax on Broadway National 

Bank shares for year x88o, $2x^.72. 
To recover personal tax on Broadway National 

iJank shares for year 1880, $27x.97. 
To recoverinterest on track taxes for year 1879, 

$2,838. 
To recover interest on track taxes for year z88o^ 

^2,783. 
To recover personal tax on Broadway National 

Hank shares for year 1880, $150.13. 
To recover personal tax on Broadway National 

B»iik shares for year 1880, $x43.8o. 
To recover personal tax on Broadway National 

Bank shares for year i88o, $43.51. 
To recover personal tax for year 1883, $114.50. 



SPECIAL PROCEEDINGS— CERTIORARI AND MANDAMUS. 

TAX CERTIORARI PROCEEDINGS. 

The folloiaing list of proceedings are all brought in the Supreme Court against the Conimis^ 
sioners of Taxes and Assessrnents of the City of New York, to review the Assessments Imposed 
upon the Personal Property, etc., of the Relators. 



Regis- 
ter 
Folio. 



43 ao 

55 317 

4» 38 

5<» 335 

55 312 



When 

Commenced. 



July 23, 1891 
«9, 1897 
23. X891 
28, 1896 
29, 1897 



«< 
«« 



Name of Relator. 



Addison and Pennsylvania Railway Co. . 

A. Klipstein Co 

AIlsop, Samuel, & Sons (Limited) 

American Type Founders' Co 



Year, etc. 



X891, personal property. 
X897, do 

1891, do 

1896, do 

1897, do 



«9 



Schedule i— Cektioraei and Mandamus. 



Regis. 
Fouo. 


Whbh 


Name of Relatub. Veai, etc. 


43 =»» 


J«1y '7. .89= 

:: ir^ 

;; 18, iM 
■■ ".'.ag:* 

1S.!:S 
■•■ ;eS 

;; i7.'Si,j 

:: i'? 

July J3. ,897 
■' .6,1880 
•■ .7, >1S4 
•' '5.'Bm 

" S® 

:: iilii 
■• .■;*■ 

:: rP 

;; =0, .89, 

•' =0, iBSS 
" ^.,39= 

" '3.^896 

:: i;p 
:: iS 

'■ .a, iSe6 


AneiiiMn LuraW Co . . , , .s^, penonil ptoptrty. 


11 lii 
JO 139 
4* 3 


Agurlar free Library SodcLy '81)1. reaJ ensue, 

Anna iroriK Cork Co iSot. Mpiul flock. 




Blppcker StTKl uid Fulloo Feiry .897, do 


jO <i8a 


^d"G"™H*^'^°-"-''"'"'':¥'''°™""i'^^ 


Is >*6 






LeDtnUPsrkSareDepniiCo [iSg;, dd 


i "J* 




DflliiTiloflmniMavinngCo., Limiled ..BB6, Berionilpropoiy. 
Oailb.G.W.[liain A.. «al..«DCkfauld«K >SS<>.ba4ilcshtJe>. 


^a 47 

,6 =7t 


Dobm-ijohn-nd Tanin ■Stm.pcnoDil pmpony. 




i >■ ■ ■' . l.R-»noldiCo....:iS97. do 

llnty, John, fli Preiiileni of AdVra. ie,i! do 


*6 =78 
«9 204 

4» 5( 


HauiroD. Wul Street End PavoniaiBSo, do 
Ferry Railroad Cb 

Ti.d""lubW' wd ■ GuttV Pei^hi 'inm'. .895, do 
launiCo 1 






'4 i 
11 




Koechi.vreiorftico. ..:;::;. .■:::;;■.:: Isj?: do 

Kllr^,hL'ediMallu^.clurlTlgCo.. 1897. do 

M..h.„ao_^R=i,„, Co ,S|,.pe™„alprop.«y. 


do 189S. railroad ttriicture. 

do 1896. personal proptny. 






" IS 

IS 


Ma5sa5nil Mannfacmrlng Co igjj, do 


do do ....'.:SE, do 
New York RalEatatoaad Building .89,, do 


S| 


New York Rcat^tnleAuodation.... 1896, do 








4" =35 




PalAsr, Francu A., ct •>!.. nockholders i8la, bank sbarei. 

,,i.he Narional Broidw.y B«.k 

Pheoix Insurua Co 1SB6. personil properly and baok sbana. 

Plait. ITiomas C.aS Prjaidml ol Ibe 1B90. penonal properly. 







GO 



Schedule i — Certiorari and Mandamus, 



Kb 


:gis- 


When 


TifR 1 

Folio. 


Com 


MENCF.D. 


42 


22 


July 


23, 1891 


so 


286 


(< 


20, 1896 


55 


253 


>i 


20, 18^7 


44 


436 


<t 


20, 1893 


40 


218 


<< 


20, 1890 


42 


16 


<{ 


23. 18^1 


42 


60 


<< 


23. ** 


42 


53 


<< 


23. •' 


43 


2q8 


<t 


27, 1892 


3» 


04 


<( 


27, 1888 


39 


107 


i< 


22, 1889 


50 


322 


(i 


27, 1896 


55 


294 


<< 


23. 1897 


44 


355 


it 


12, 1893 


55 


277 


(< 


20, 1897 


55 


390 


(I 


23. " 


55 


319 


(( 


29. •' 


42 


63 


i( 


23, 189I 


55 


279 


t< 


20, 1897 


44 


426 


i( 


20, 1S93 


42 


39 


i( 


23, 1801 


SO 


329 


<i 


28, 1896 


55 


320 


<( 


2^, 1897 











Name of Relator. 



Year, etc. 



Piatt, Thomas C., as President of the 
United States txpress Co 

President and Managers of the Dela- 
ware and Hudson Canal Co 

President, etc., of the Delaware and, 1897, 
Hudson Canal Co ... 

Qiiincy Mining Co 

Read Fertilizer Co 

do 

Rosengarten &"Sons 

Rouss, Charles Broadway 

.do 



1 891, personal property. 



1896, 



1893. 
1890, 

11^91, 

1891, 

1891, 



do 

do 

do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



1892, 

Suburban Rapid Transit Co i 1888, real estate and railroad superstructures. 

do da 188 J, personal property. 

Syms, John G 1 1896, real estate. 

1 Inorer, Paul A J1897, personal property. 



Thurber-Whyland Co '1893, 

Twenty-third Street Railway Co |i^97» 

United States Casualty Co 1 1897, 

White Sewing Machine Co '^97. 

Whitney, Thomas H., and Lucy W. 1891, 

Whitney | 

Woodbriage Co 1897, 

Woodward, James S 1893, 

Wyandance Bnck and Terra Cotla Co. . i8gi, 

Yellow Pine Co 1896, 

do 1897, 



do 
do 
do 
do 
do 

do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



MISCELLANEOUS CERTIORARI AND MANDAMUS PROCEEDINGS. 



Court. 



Supreme . . 



Rfgis- 

TEK 

Folio. 



(( 



<( 



«< 



« 



52 58 

56 515 

5'3 440 

56 108 

53 -'42 

53 182 

56 466 

49 74 

49 271' 



When 
Commenced. 



Sept. 9, 1896 
Dec. 24, 1897 

Aug. 



Title of Action. 



Allen, James S. (ex rel.) vs. 
The Board of Police Com- 



miss oners, etc 

Allison, Thomas (ex rel.) vs. 
The IBoard of Education . . . 



Oct. II, 1897 
Mar. 15, 1897 

2, " 



22, 1896 Anderson, John C, et al., 
I executors of John Anderson, 
deceased, vs. the Comp- 
troller 

Ballard, Walter R. (ex re!.) 
' vs. The Board of Police 

Commissioners, eic 

Barnett, Charle- 'ex rel.), vs. 
Ashbel P. F.tch, as Comp- 
troller of the City ot New 

York 

Beacon, Edward (ex rel.), vs. 
Samuel McMillan et al., 
Park Commissioners 



Nature of Action. 



Dec. 

Nov 

Jan. 31, 1896 



53 


294 


Mar. 27, 1897 


48 


406 


Oct. 7, 1895 


55 


35 


May 20, 1897 


46 


398 


Sept. 20, 1894 



20, " iBernet, Sophia ^ x rel.) vs. 
i Ashbel P. Fitch, Comptrol- 

I ler 

16, 1S95 Blonk, (ieorge W., Jr. (ex 
I rel), vs. The Board ot 

i Police Commissioners 

Board of Supervisors of the 
County of Westchester (ex 
rel.) vs. Samuel Fee et al., 
as tne Board of Assessors of 
the Town of Fast Chester. 
Boyd, Charles M, (ex rel), vs. 
The Board of Police Com- 
missioners, etc 

Brafly, James (ex rel.), vs. 
William Brookfield, Com- 
missioner of Public Works . 



Brady, Joseph E. (ex rel.), vs. 
Board of Police Commis 
sioners, etc 

Brady, Michael (ex rel.), vs. 
The Board of Police Com- 
missioners 



Certiorari to review removal of relator from 

force. 

Mandamus to compel payment to relator ol 
$3,o;.o lor services as special counsel in school 
site proceedings. 

Mandamus to compel repayment to relator of 
amount of assessment paid for lath ave. open- 
ing, $850. 

Certiorari to review the romoval of relator from 

the Police force. 

Mandamus to compel payment of relator's 
claim for services as Cleaner in the County 
Jail, $29.46. 

M indamus to compel the removal of temporary 
bridge at Jerome ave. over the Harle n river, 
and to place the same with necessary 
approaches at or ntar ijsth st. 

Mandamus to compel refund of assessment for 
12th ave. opening, bet. 59lh and 153d sts., 
$332.04. 

Mandamus to compel respondents to detail re- 
lator to duty as police officer and to pay all 
b ck salary due 

Mandamus to compel respondents to petition 
Board of Supervisors of Westchester County 
to insert in assessment roll for 1895 real estate 
in that town annexed to New York City. 

Certiorari to review the removal of relator, a 
Patrolman, from the force. 

Mandamus to compel reinstatement of relator 
t« his position ot Acting Assistant General 
Inspector of Paving in Department of Public 
Works. 

Certiorari to review the proceedings of the 
Commissioners in removing relator from the 
force. 

Certiorari to review the removal of relator 
from the Police force. 



91 



Schedule i — Certiorari and Mandamus. 



Court. 



Regis- 
ter 
Folio. 



Supreme 



«f 



«« 



■<• 



A* 



t* 



-«« 



• • • I 53 
. . . ' 46 

49 
5a 

52 
55 

• • • , 47 

j 
I 

•••; 50 

. . . < 46 

I 
...46 

49 
53 

50 

49 
50 
48 
53 
46 



398 
162 

402 I 

420 I 

138' 

1 

421 , 

279 
18 

410 
163 

317 
72 

209 
2o5 

16 

132 
64 



56 514 



55 
48 

49 
50 
56 



130 
416 
75 
356 
240 



4X 98 



When 
Commenced. 

Apr. 26, 1897 
June 5, '• 

Mar. 21, 1896 
Dec. 29, " 
Oct. 9, •• 
Sept. 22, 1897 

Feb. 21, 1895 
Apr. 17, 1896 

Sept. 24, 1894 
June 5, " 

Feb. 10, 1896 
Jan. 23, 1897 

July 2, 1896 
Jan. 4, '• 
Apr. 17. " 
July xo, 189s 
Feb. 13, 1897 
Apr. 13, X894 

Dec. 24, 1897 

June 16, 1897 
Oct. 14, 1895 
Nov. x6, " 
Aug. 5, 1896 
Odt 9, 1897 

Mar. xz, X89X 



Title of Action. 



Nature of Action, 



Hriehof, August (ex rcl.), vs. 
The Ho.ird 1 f Polict- Com- 



Ccrtiorari to review dismissal ol relator from 
the force. 



I missioners, etc 

Broderick, Darnel (ex rel.); vs. 
James J. Mariii) ct al., com- 
posing ihe Beard of Police: 
Commissioners., | 

IBrophy, Godwin J. (ex rel.), 1 Certiorari to review the removal of relator trom 

i vs. The Board of Police^ 

i Commissioners, etc 

'BruKh, Eliza A. (ex rel.), vs 



Certiorari to review the removal of relator, a 
Patrolman, from the force, April 27, 1894. 



the Police force. 



The Comptroller. 



Buckley, John (ex rel.), vs 
Board of Police Commis- 
sioners 

Buckley, John (ex rel.), vs 



.Mandamus to compel the reiunding of amount 
of assessment paid for 12th ave. opening 
1502.20. 

Certiorari to review the removal of relator from 
Police force. 



Mandamus to compel reinstatement of relator 
Peter Conlin, Chief of to position of Roundsman on Police force. 



Police of the City of New 

' York 

Burk, Richard (ex rel.), vs. 
I The Board of Police Com- 

I missioners 

, Hurk, Richard (ex rel.), vs. 
I The New York Civil Scr- 

vice Supervisory Board . . . 

' Barns, James ex rel.), v«. The 
Board of Police Commis- 
sioners 

Bush, Jeremiah 'ex rel.), v$. 
James J. Martin et al., com- 
posing the Board of Police 
Commi->sione s 

Cahill, Edward (ex rel ), vs. 
The Commis ioncrs ol 
I'axes and Assessments . . . 

Callanan, Lawrence J. ex 
rcl.;, vs. The Mayor, etc., 
and Commissionerot Public 
Works ; 

Carroll, Charles G. (ex rel.), 
vs. The Board of Police 
Commissioners 

Cash, Patr ck (ex rcl ), vs. 
The BoarJ of Police Com- 
missioners, etc 

Cashman, Will am E. (ex 
rel), vs. The Board of Police 
Commissioners, e c 

Cassidy, Joseph 'ex rel.), vs. 
The Board of Police Com- 
m.ssioners 

Cassidy. Jos p (ex rel.), vs. 
Board of Police Commis- 
sioners, ftc 

Cassidy, Thomas (ex rel.), vs. 
The Board of Police Com- 
missi aers of the City of 
New York 

Cavanagh, Elward (ex rel.), 
vs. George E. Waring, Com- 
missioner of Stree> Clean- 
ing 

Cavanagh, John (ex rel), vs. 
The Board of Police Com- 
missioners 

Churchill, John J. (ex rel.), vs. 
The Boatd of Police Com- 
mi.<;sioners 

Clany, Albert R. 'ex rel. \ vs. 
The Board of P> lice Com- 
misstonttrs 

Clark, Edgar F. (ex r«.l.), vs. 
The Board of Police Com- 
missione s 

Clifford, John G., President 
of the Wal orf Athletic 
Club (ex rel.i, vs. The 
Mayor 

Cole, Ambrose H. (ex rel.), vs. 
The Board of Police Com- 
missioners 



Certiorari 10 review the removal of the relator 
from the Police force. 

Mandamus to compel the respondents to rescind 
their resolution of Dec. ./j, 1855, rescinding 
their action and certificate of eligibility of 
relator. 

ICeriioran t« review the removal of relator 

] from the Police force. 

iCertiorari to review the removal of relator, a 
i Patrolman, from the force, March 20, 1894. 



Certiorari to review removal of relator from his 
position as Assessor. 

Mandamus to compel respondents to remove 
obstructions from the sidewalk of Vesey st. 



Certiorari to review the removal of relator from 
the Police force. 

C^-rtiorari to review the removal of the relator 
from the Police force. 

Certiorari to review dismissal of relator from 
force. 

Certiorari to review the proceedings to remove 
relator from the Police force. 

Certiorari to review the removal of relator from 
the force. 

Certiorari to review the dismissal of relator 
from the force, March ao, 1894. 



Mandamus to compel defendant to reinstate re« 
lator to position on Street Cleaning force. 



Certiorari to review the dismissal of r«lator 
from the force. 

Certiorari to review removal of relator from 
Police force. 

Mandamus to compel re pondents to detail re- 
lator to duty as pol ce officer and to pay all 
back salary due. 

Cert orari to review the removal of relator from 
the Police force. 

Mandamus to compel the Miyor to grant license 
for giving of athletic exhibitions. 

Certiorari to review the dismissal of the relator, 
a Patrolman, from the force on February 
1891. 



8 






I VI. Beard of Police CoHKiis- 



'*|''°s1"nllJn"lJ!'''F?'I.'"'l''i' 

, .897 co,,U';';r«™rw''^"riuivV 



9 Cniwlidind GuCsniiuijr 



inralStwV.,A..... 
The Uaird''<>r r" iiTonui 



Caibcll, UenryE. |ei rel.', 
vs.i'hE boud of Pditcc 

Corbley, Jmi« (m'™U«' 
■rh..- hatr^ of tVilicE Cgm- 



...CilyofN.wYork 

= Coyle, John S. ^ lel.^ v.. 



K blodu, etc. 



venue to the Hud 






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v^ 


of rebitor fro 


■iview 


,h. 




•^ 


Of Rial 


■IKqrf 


■ ir 


di° 


the 

■Qi.J 


Commi 



CoiDiniHi..neiS of Docks ... ; 
S DmpKV, John J. kx r<:1.!,,Mandiiniu> 10 cpmpel ibe 



1 of relator from 



>!.. Board of Polii 
DjvLir. >™h(; 



Of vLir, Joseph (™ rel.), ^ 
Thel<o.ird of Wide Coo 

6 ri="lb.°J^h'''« «!'.),■ V 
TheN^^rkClrUSecvK 



the Police forcr 
. MandiiBus to eoi 



rspondenti to 



Mi?f^ 



1 DiiiJon. WilliM. J. [ei 
-- ■^- "-BTd of P 

i Nei^Yr 



,.(ei™i.), O 
. The Board of Police 
Ihc Police Depaclineol 



ndoniui to compel respondent to refund 
pening, from S9th 10 153d it., fi.jte.Bo. 



93 



Schedule i — Certiorari and Mandamus. 



Court. 



Regis- 
ter 
Folio. 



Supreme ... 52 385 



46 95 



« 



(( 



(( 



55 


'95 


40 


333 


47 


276 


50 


21 


47 


351 


50 


20 


48 


417 


40 


341 


42 


185 


49 


135 


49 


89 



« •• 



52 184 

55 83 
44 189 

48 353 

55 17X 
48 X13 

46 323 
53 295 

56 3ZO 



When 
Commenced. 



«( 



49 »»a 



55 34 



Dec. 16, 1897 
Apr. 30, 1S94 

July 8, 7897 
Oct. 22, 1890 
Feb. 21, 1895 
Apr. 17, 1896 

Mar. 23, 1895 
Apr. 17, 1896 

Oct. 14, 1895 

" 25, 1890 

Sept. 16, 1891 

Dec. 12, 1895 
Nov. 21, " 

Oct. 24, 1896 

June I, 1897 
Mar. 27, 1893 

Sept. z8, 1895 

June 29, 1897 

" 30, 1895 

Aug. 6, Z894 

Mar. 27, 1897 

Oct. 29, " 
t 

Dec. 3, 189s 
May 90, Z897 



Title of Action. 



Doelger, Francis L. (ex rel.), 
vs. The Comptroller 

Dohrman, Albert J. (ex rel.), 
vs. The Board of" Police 
Commissioners of the City 
ol New York 

Donnelly, John A. (ex rel), 
\-s. The Board of Police 
Commissioners 

Donohue, John (ex rel.), vs. 
Waldo HutchiRS et al.. 
Park Commissioners 

Douglas, Edgar F. (ex rel), 
vs. the Board of Police 
Commissioners, etc 

Douglass, Edgar F. (ex rel.), 
vs. The New York Civil 
Service Supervisory Board. 



Nature of Action. 



Dowlmj:, John (ex rel.), vs. 
The Board of Police Com- 
missioners, etc 

Dowli'ig, John (ex rel.), vs. 
The New York Civil Service 
Supervisory Board 

Drennan, John (ex rel.), vs. 
The Board of Police Com-' 
mission •;rs I 

Duhme, John S. (ex rel.), vs.! 
Thf Police Commissioners! 
of New York ' 

Dunl-avy, John (ex re!.), vs.! 
Thomas F. (iilroy, Com-j 
missioner of Public Works' 
of the City of New York . . 

Eakins, Joseph B. (ex rel.) vs. 
The Board of Polic« Com- 
missioners 

Ebert. George L. (ex reH, vs. 
The Board ol Police Com- 
missior.ers, etc 

Emmett, Richard S., Jr. (ex 
rel.), vs. Board of Police 
Commissioners 



Mandamus to compel Comptroller to refund 
amount of assessment paid for Z2th ave. open- 
ing. $45p. 

Certiorari to review the removal of relator, a 
Pfttrolman, from the force, March 27, Z894. 



Certiorari to review the dismissal of relator 
from the force. 

Certiorari to review removal of relator from the 
Park Police force. 

Certiorari to review the removal of the relator 
from the Police force. 

Mandamus to compel the respondents to rescind 
their resolution of Dec. 27, 1895, rescinding 

j their action and certificate of eligibility ot 
relator. 

Certiorari to review the removal of relator from 
the Police force. 

Mandamus to compel the respondents to rescind 
their resolution of Dec. 27, 1895, rescinding 
their action and certificat* of^ eligibility of 
relator. 

Certiorari to review removal of relator from 
Police force. 

Certiorari to review remov.al of relator, a Patrol- 
man, from the force. 

Mandamus to compel reinstatement of relator 
in the Third District Court-house. 



Farley, James, (ex rel.), vs. 
The Board of Police Com- 



Certiorari to review dismissal of relator from 
force. 

Mandamus to compel respondents to detail rela- 
tor to police duty and for payment of back 
pay. 

Mandamus to compel respondents to print only 
the name of reiator on official ballots of 2d 
Assembly District, Westchester County, as 
candidate of the Republican Party for Mem- 
ber of Assembly. 

Certiorari to review the removal of relator from 
the force. 



missioners 

Farley, Thomas F. (ex rel.), vs. Certiorari to review the dismissal of relator, a 

The Board of Police of the Patrolman, from the force, on January 6, Z893, 

Police Department of the 

City of New York 

Farrell, Christopher A. («x 

rel.), vs. Ashbel P. Fitch, 

Comptroller, etc 

FarroWi John J. (ex rcl.l, vs. 

The Board of Police Com- 



missioners 

Field, Augustus M. (ex re).), 
vs. The Board of Aldermen 
of the City of N«w York . . . 

F'ielding, Frederick R. (ex 
rel.), vs. The Board ol 
Police Commissioners 

Fisher, Edward (ex rel.), vs. 
The Board of Police Com- 
missioners, etc 

Fitch, Ashbel P. (ex rel.), vs. 
Daniel Lord et al.. Commis- 
sioners, etc., Henry Zu- 
biller and Louis Schaefer, 
exe utors 

Fitzgerald, John H. (ex rel.), 
vs. The Board of Police 
Commissioners. 

Fitzgerald, Richard J. (ex. 
rel.', vs. The Board of 
Police Commissioners, etc. . 



Mandamus to compel appointment of relator to 
position of Examiner in Finance Department. 

Certiorari to review the dismissal of relator 
from the force. 

Mandamus to compel the respondents to recon- 
vene and to reapportion the Assembly Dis- 
tricts in the City and County of New York. 

Certiorari to review the dismissal of relator, a 
Patrolman, from the force, on April Z3, Z894. 

Certiorari to review the removal of relator from 
the force. 

Certiorari to review the action of the Commis- 
sioners in regard to the award to Zubiller and 
Schaefer, as executors, etc. 



Mandamus to compel respondents to detail rela- 
tor to police duty on force and for payment ol 
back salary. 

Certiorari to review the proceerlings of the 
Commissioners in removing relator from the 
force. 



94 



Schedule i — Certiorari and Mandamus. 



Court. 



Supreme ... 



«( 



«( 



<( 



« 




When 
Commenced. 



July 2, 1896 
Mar. 27, 1893 

•* 9. 1895 
Apr. 17, 1896 



Title ok Action. 



Nature of Action. 



48 


92 


June 10, 1895 


53 


243 


Mar. 15, 1897 


50 


205 


July I, 1896 



Fitzpatrick, Bernard (ex rel.), 
vs. The Board of Police 
Comtnissioners 

Flaherty, John F. (ex rel.), vs. 
The Board of Police of the 
Police Department of the 
City of New York 

Flatley, John (ex re'.), vs. The 
Board of Police Commis- 



sioners 

Finley, John (ex rel.), vs. The 
New York Civil Service 
Supervisory Board 



Flynn, Joseph (**x rel.), vs. 
'I'he Board of Police Com- 



55 125 



55 410 



49 "3 

55 188 

52 339 

56 166 

55 131 



June 14, 1897 



Sept. 14, " 



«( 



49 
49 


207 
92 


49 


X14 


55 


122 


45 


141 


53 


296 


49 


342 


53 


153 


49 


215 


53 


60 



Dec. 3, 1895 
July 3, 1897 
Nov. 2, 1896 
Oct. 25, 1897 
June x6, " 
Jan. 4, 1896 
Nov. 12, 1895 
Dec. 3, " 
June 10, 1897 
Oct. 26, 1893 

Mar. 27, 1897 
Feb. 21, 1896 

" 23, 1897 
Jan. 8, 1896 

" 21, X897 



missioners 

Flynn, William J. (ex rel.), vs. 
Ashbel P. Filch, as Comp- 
troller of the City of New 
York 

Ford, Simeon, and Samuel 
']'. Shaw, composing the 
firm of Ford& Co. (ex rel. j, 
vs. The Commissioner of 
Public Works 

Forrest, Charles R. executor, 
etc., of George J. Forrest 
(ex rel.;, vs. A>*hbel P 
Fitch, Comptroller , 

Foriy-second Street, Manhat- 
tanville and St. Nicholas 
Avenue Railway Co. (ex 
rel.). vs. Charles H. T. Col- 
hs. Commissioner of Public 
Works. 

Foye, Eugene (ex rel.), vs. 
The Board of Police Com- 



missioners 

Garvey, Joseph M. (ex rel ), 

vs. The Board of Police 

Commissioners, etc....... 

Gilday, Ihomasfex rel.), vs. 

The Board of Police Com- 



Certiorari to review the removal of relator from 
Police force. 

Certiorari to review the dismissal of relator, a 
Patrolman, from the force, on November 11, 
1892. 

Certiorari t« review the dismissal of relator, a 
Patrolman, from the force on February 5, 
1895. 

Mandamus to compel the respondents to rescind 
their resolution of Dec. 27, 1895, rescinding 
their action and certificate of eligibility of 
relator. 

Certiorari to review the removal of relator 
from the Police force. 

Mandamus to compel payment of relator's claim 
for services as Keeper in the County Jail, 

$53-57- 

Mandamus to compel the removal of houses and 
sheds now erected and standmg on 42d St., 
bet. Park and Lexington aves. 



Mandamus to compel payment of assessment 
for Z2th ave. opening, $950. 



Mandamus to compel respondent to issue per 
mit for the purpose of changing motive powej 
on Amsterdam ave. to electricity. 



missioners 

Gleason, Charl s R. (ex rel.), 
vs. Robert J. Wright, Com- 
missioner of Correction, etc. 

Glcnnon, Frank P. (ex rel.), 
vs. The Board of Police 
Commissioners 

Goetzer, Freder.ck (ex rel.i. 
vs. The Board of Police 
Commissioners, etc 

Golden, James fcx rel.), vs. 
The Board of Police Com- 
missioners, etc 

Golding, William E. (ex rel.), 
vs. The Board of Police 
Commissioners 

Gorman, P itrlck (ex rol.), 
vs. The Board of Park 
Commissioners 

Gregory. George (ex rel ), vs. 
The Commissioners of the 
Park Deoartment of the 
City of New York 

Guilfoyle, John M. (ex rel.), 
vs. The Board of Police 
Commissioners, etc 

Gumbleton, Henry A. (ex 
rel.), vs. The Commissioners 
of Taxes and Assessmen s. 

Gunson, Thomis J. (ex rel.), 
vs. The Board of Po icj 
Commissiuners, etc 

Hahn, Edward (ex rel.), vs. 
The Board of Police Com- 
missioners, etc 

Halley, James L. (ex rel.), 
vs. The Board of Police 
Commissioners 



Mandamus t« compel respondents to detail 
relator to police duty on force and for pay- 
ment of back salary. 

Certiorari to review the removal of relator 
from the Police force. 

Certiorari to review the dismissal ol relator from 

the fcrce. 

Mandamus to compel reinstatement of relator to 
position of Deputy Warden of the Workhouse. 

Certiorari to review the dismissal of relator 
from the force. 

Certiorari to review the removal of the relator 
from the Police force. 

Mandamus to compel respondents to detail 
relator to police duty and for payment of back 
pay. 

Mandamus to compel respondents to detail 
relator to police duty on force and for pay- 
ment of back salary. 

Certiorari to review proceedings of respondents 
in removing relator from position of Plumber. 

Certiorari to review the removal of the relator 
from the Police force in the Department. 



Certiorari to review the removal of relator from 
the force. 

Certiorari to review the remov il of relator from 
position of member of Board of Assessors. 

Certiorari to review the removal of relator, a 
Patrolman, from the Police force. 

Certiorari to review the removal of relator from 
the force. 

Certiorari to review the removal of relator from 
the Police force. 



95 



Schedule i— Certiorari and Mandamus. 



Court. 



Supreme 



'1 



Regis- 
ter 
Folio. 



^54 



so6 



When 
Commenced. 



N'ov. I, 1893 



July 2, J 896 



45 
50 
57 15 i Dec. 30, 1897 

53 

45 258 I Jan. 3, 1894 



Title of Action. 



Nature of Action. 



297 



Mar. 27, " 



Harper, Thos. S. (ex rel.), vs. Certiorari to review the removal of the relator. 
The Commissioners of Po- a Patrolman, from the force on June 22, 1893. 
lice, etc 

Harrigan, Mark (ex rel.), vs. 
The Board of Police Com- 
missioners ... 

'Harris, James M. (ex rel.), 
vs. ITie Board of Police | 
Commissioners 1 

Herrlich, Henry (ex rel }, vs. Certiorari to review the removal of relator from 
'"' " ..--.. the force. 



49 
55 

55 
53 
, 50 
56 
46 

52 

48 
47 
50 



94 



192 



163 



184 



124 



409 



411 



162 



278 



23 



Nov. 23, 1895 



July 6, 1897 



Oct. 20, 1896 



Mar. a, 1897 



Certiorari to review the removal of relator from 
the Police force. 

Certiorari to review the dismissal of relator 
from the Police force. 



The Board of Police Com 
missioners, etc 

Hines, Pet«r F. (ex rel), vs. 
The Board of Commission- 
ers of the Department of 
Public Parks 

Hogsett, Thomas J. (ex rel.), 
vs. The Board of Police 
Commissioners, etc 

Horton. Charlotte A. (ex rel, j, 
vs. Charles H. T. Collis, 
Commissioner of Public 
Works 

House of Mercy (ex rel,), vs. 
The Comptroller 



Hurley, John H. (ex rel ), vs. 
The Board of Police Com- 
missioners 

Apr. 15, 1896 Hussey, Ambrose W. (ex 
rel.), vs. Board of Police 
Commissioners, etc 

Johnston, Robert S. (ex rel.). 
vs. The Board of Police 
Commissi iners 

Jordan, J:imesW. (ex rel.), vs. 
The Board of Police Com- 
missioners 

Kane, Jo n J. (ex rel.), vs. 
The Board of Police Com- 
missioners 

Kane, Lawrence (ex rel.), vs. 
The Board ol Police Com- 
missioners 

Keating, Dennis W. (ex rel.), 
vs. The Board of Police 
Commissioners 

Kenting, Dennis (ex rel.), vs. 
The New York Civil Ser- 
vice Supervisory Board . . . 



Oct. 15, 1897 



Sept. 24, 1894 



Dec. 34, 1896 



July xo, 1895 



Feb. 21, " 



Apr. 17, 1896 



50 355 Aug. 5, •• 
44 12 



55 
40 

49 
49 
49 
47 
46 

47 



197 



274 



29 



105 



273 



283 



370 



238 



Nov. 12, 1892 



July 8, 1897 



Aug. 2s, 1890 



Oct. 25, 1895 



Nov. 29, •' 



Jan. 31, 1896 



" 25. 1895 



Sept. II, 1894 



Feb. 6, 1895 



Certiorari to review the removal of the relator, 
a Park Peliceman, from the force. September 
12, 1893. 

Certiorari to review removal of relator from 
the Police force in September, 1895. 

Mandamus to compel respondents to move 
tracks and switches, etc., at intersection of 
West X29th and Manhattan sts. 

Mandamus to compel respondent to refund 
amount of assessment paid for 12th avc. open- 
ing, from 59th to iS3d St., 1753.60. 

Certiorari to review the removal of relator. 
Roundsman in Police force. 

Certiorari to review removal of relator, a 
Patrolman, from force. 

Certiorari to review the removal of relator from 
the Police force. 

Certiorari to review the removal of relator 
from the Police force. 

Certiorari to review the dismissal of relator 
from the force. 

Certiorari to review the removal of relator 
from the Police force. 

Certiorari to review the removal of relator 
from the Police force. 

Mandamus to compel the respondents to rescind 
their resolution of Dec. 27, 1895. rescinding 
their action and certificate of eligibility of 
relator. 

Certiorari to review the removal of relator from 
the Police force. 



Keilty, Thomas (ex rel.), vs. 
The Board of Police Com- 
missioners 

Kennedy, Frederick (ex rel.), 
vs. The Board of Police of 
the Police Department of 
the City of New York . . . 

Keohane, Dennis (ex rel.), 
vs. The Board of Police 
Commissioners 

Kern, Charles (ex rel.), vs. 
The Board of PoHce Com- 
missi )ners 

Kerr, Alexander (ex rel.), vs. 
Theodore Roosevelt et al.. 
Police Commissioners . . 

Kiebrick, Jacob J. (ex rel.), 
vs. The Board of Police 
Commissioners, etc 

Killilea, John J. (ex rel.), vs. 
The Board of Police Com- 
missioners 

Krushmsky, John R. (ex rel), 
vs. The Hoard of Police 
Commissioners 

Kuhtman, Frank A. (ex rel). Certiorari to review the removal of relator 



Certiorari to review the removal of relator, 
a Patrolman, from the force on July 15, 1893. 



Certiorari to review the removal of relator from 
the Police force. 

Certiorari to review dismissal of relator from 
the force on April 22,1890. 

Certiorari to review action of Board in fining 
relator twenty days' pay. 

Certiorari to review removal of relator from 
Police force. 

Certiorari to review removal of relator from 
force. 



Certiorari to review the removal 
from the Police force. 



of relator 



vs. The Board of Police 

Commissioners 

Lang, George ex rel.), vs. 
The Board of Police Com 
missioners 



from the Police force. 

Certiorari to review the dismissal 
from the PoHce force. 



of relator 



».v . . 



96 



Schedule i— Certiorari and Mandamus. 



Court. 



Supreme . . . 



«< 



Regis- 
ter 
Folio. 

47 73 
37 242 

53 151 
52 421 

40 403 

52 412 

47 3" 

48 130 

47 100 

52 47 
52 277 

52 338 
50 324 

48 21 

47 91 

48 310 

56 SCO 

55 36 

53 134 

49 372 

56 253 
49 104 
49 HO 
49 "5 
52 330 



When 
Commenced. 



Title of Action. 



I Nov. 28, 189 J 

1 

Jan. 31, 1888 

Feb. 18, 1897 

[ Dec. 30, 1896 

Nov. 29, 1890 

Dec. 24, 1896 
Mar. 9, 1895 
June 29, " 

I Dec. 14, 1894 

; Sept. s, 1896 

Nov. 25, " 



Liebers, George C. (ex re}.), 
vs. The Board ot Police 
Commissioners, etc 

Liscomb, Joseph L. (ex rel.), 
vs. The Dock Commis- 



Nature of Action. 



1 



3f 



' July 28, " 
1 May 4, 1895 
Dec. II, 1894 
Sept. 6, 1895 
Dec. 22, 1897 
May 20, '* 
Feb. 13, " 
Mar. 9, 1896 
Sept. II, 1894 
Oct. 12, 1897 
Nov. 29, 1895 
Dec. 13, " 






Nov. 2, 1896 



sioncrs 

Livingston, Louise (ex rel.), 
V?. William H.Sohmer, as 
Register, etc 

Livingston, Clarence C, et 
al. (ex r«l.), vs. The Comp- 
troller, etc 

Loftus, John (ex rel.), vs 
Hans S. Beattie, Commis- 
sioner of Street Cleaning, 
etc 

Logan, Thomas (ex rel.), vs. 
The Board of Police Com- 
missioners 

Ludwig, Herman F. (ex rel.), 
vs. The Board of Police 
Commissioners, etc 

Luersen, Augustus (ex rel.), 
vs. Edward G. O'Brien et 
al.. Dock Commissioners, 
etc 

Lynch, Thomas H. (ex rel.), 
vs. The Board of Police 
Commissioners, etc 

Mallon, Francis (ex rel.), vs. 
The Board of Police Com- 
missioners 

Martin, Teannette H., and 
John J. I.ynes, as executors, 
etc., of Isaac T. Martin, de- 
ceased (ex rel.), vs. Ashbel 
P. Fitch, as Comptroller.. . 

Martin, WiUiam R. (ex rel.), 
vs. The Comptroller 

Mason, Francis G. H. (ex 
rel.j, vs. The Board of Park 
Commissioners 

Masterson, Eugene A. (ex 
rel.), vs. The Board of 
Police Commissioners, etc. 

McArdle, Henry 'ex rel.), vs. 
The Board of Police Com- 



missioners 

McCann, Edward P. (ex rel.), 
vs. The Board of Police 
Commissioners 

McC.nrthy, Patrick M. (ex 
rel.}, vs. The Board of 
Police Commissoners 

McCarty, Joseph A. (ex rel.), 
vs. Board o» Police Commis- 
sioners, etc 

McCrea, John W. (ex rel.), 
vs. The Board of Police 
Commissioners, etc , 

McDermott, James (ex rel.) 
vs. The Brard 01 Police 
Commissioners 

MrDonald, John (ex rel.), vs. 
The Board of Police Com- 
missioners 

McDonald. Michael J. (ex 
rel.), vs. The Board of 
Police Commissioners 

McElroy, Patrick (ex rel.), vs. 
The Board of Police Com- 
missioners, etc 

McGlone, James "H. (ex rel.),! 
vs. The Board of Police 
Commissioners, etc 

McGrory, Daniel E. (ex rel.), 
vs. The Board of Police 
Commissioners 

McGuirc, Thomas P. L. (ex 
rel.;, vs. The Board ofl 
Police Commissioners I 



Certiorari to review the removal of relator from 

his position of Sergeant in Police Department, 

August 14, 1894. 
Certiorari to review removal of relator from his 

position as Dock Superintendent, December 

31, 1887. 
Mandamus to compel respondent to receive and 

file in his office a certain satisfaction piece. 

Mandamus to compel the payment ot an award 
made in the matter of opening East z84th st. 

Mandamus to compel reinstatement of relator 
to position of Wheelwright in Department of 
Street Cleaning. 

Certiorari to review the dismissal of relator 
from the force. 

Certiorari to review the dismissal of relator, a 
Patrolman, from the force on February 5, 1895 

Mandamus to compel respondents to take cer- 
tain action for reinstatement of relator, a 
Roundsman in Department. 

Certiorari to review the dismissal of relator, a 
Patrolman, from the force on September 12, 
18^4. 

Certiorari to review the dismissal of relator from 
the Police force. 

Mandamus to compel respondent to pay certain 
awards made in matter of Fort Washington 
Park, 12th Ward, $368,564.20. 

Mandamus to compel the payment of assess- 
ments paid for 12th ave. opening, $1,033.28. 

Certiorari to review the dismissal of relator, a 
Clerk to the Board. 

Certiorari to review the dismissal of relator 
from the Police force. 

Certiorari to review the proceedings of respond- 
ents in refusing to retire the relator from the 
Police force. 

Certiorari to review removal of relator from 
Police force. 

Certiorari to review the dismissal of relator 
from the Police force. 

Certiorari to review the proceedings of the 
Commissioners in removing relator from the 
force . 

Certiorari to review the removal of relator from 
the force. 

Certiorari to review removal of the relator 
from force on Jan. 2, 1896. 

Certiorari to review the removal of relator 
from the Police force. 

Certiorari to review the removal of relator 
from the Police force. 

Certiorari to review dismissal of relator, a 
Patrolman, from the force. 

Certiorari to review removal of relator from 
Police force. 

Mandamus to compel respondents to detail re- 
lator to Police duty on force and for payment 
of back salary. 

Certiorari to review the dismissal of relator from 

the force. 



97 



Schedule i — Certiorari and Mandamus. 



Court. 



Supreme 



Regis- 
ter 
Folio. 



53 290 



When 

Commenced. 



Mar. 24, 1897 



47 93 ; Dec. 12, 1894 



29 531 



13. 1883 



49 355 I ^^^>- 26, 1896 



56 241 ' Oct. 10, 1897 



57 12 



Dec 30, 



56 92 I •* 29, 
53 377 Apr. 2x, 



55 92 



53 131 



53 244 



June 3, 



13. 



Mar. 15. 



50 357 


Aug. 5, 1896 


46 324 


" 6, 1894 


46 102 


May 5, •• 



55 126 June 14, 1897 



55 84 

53 341 

52 331 

53 372 

40 443 

48 X46 

47 412 

53 150 

55 46 

49 19 
55 338 






Apr. 8, " 

Nov. 2, 1896 

Apr. 19, 1897 

Dec. 31, 1890 
July 3, 1895 

Apr. 12, *' 

Feb. 18, 1897 

May 25, '• 

Oct. 22, 1895 

Aug. 4. 1897 



Title of Action. 



Mclntvre, James F. (ex rel.), 
vs. Samuel McMillan et ai., 
Park Commissioners 

McKenna, Felix, vs. The 
Board of Police Commis- 
sioners, etc 

McKenna, John J. (ex rel.), 
vs. The Board of Police 
Commissioners 

McKenna, William H. (ex 
rel.), vs. Henry H. Portee 
et al.. Commissioners of 
Charities and Correction . . 

McLaughlin, Edward D (ex 
rel.), vs. The Board of 
Police Commissioners 

McMahon, Edward J. fex 
rel.), vs. The Board of 
Police Commissionoer 

McMahon, James (ex rel.), 
vs. The Board of Police 
Commissioners 

McMorrow, Charles (ex rel.), 
vs. The Board of Police 
Commissioners 

McNamara, Jas. F. (ex rrl.), 
vs. The Board of Police 
Commissioners, etc 

McPike, James (ex rel.), vs. 
The Board of Police Com- 
missioners, etc 

Meyer, John H. (ex rel.), vs. 
Ashbel P. Fi'ch, as Comp- 
troller of the City of New 
York 

Meyer, Joseph A. (ex rel.), 
vs. The Board ol Police 
Commissioners 

Miller, Fred«'rick B. (ex rel.), 
vs. The Board of Police 
Commissioners 

Mitchell, John F. ex rel.), vs. 
The Board of Police Com- 
missioners of the City oi 
New Y«rk 

Mitchell, William, as execu- 
tor, etc., of Clarrissa E. 
Curtis, deceased (ex rel.). 
vs. Ashbel P. Fitch, Comp- 
troller 

Moneypenny, David T. ^ex 
rel.), vs.Tne Board of Police 
Commissioners 

Morris, John E. (ex rel.), vs. 
Board of Police Commis- 
sioners 

Morrison, John A. (ex rd.), 
vs. The Board of Police 
Commissioners 

Mulgren, William J. (ex rel.), 
vs. The Board of Police 
Commissioners 

Mullen, John H. (ex rel.}, vs. 
Police Commissioners 

Mullen, Patrick (ex rel.), vs. 
The Board of Police Com- 
missioners 

Murray, George H. (ex rel.;, 
vs. Board of Police Commis- 
sioners 

Namack, William H. (ev rel.^, 
vs. Jacques H.Herts et al.. 
School Trustees, etc 

Nea'is, Daniel (ex rel). vs. 
The Board of Police Com- 
missioners 

Neville, John H. (ex rel ), vs. 
The Board of Police Com- 
missioners 

Newsan, William E. (ex rel.), 
vs. The Board of Police 
Commissioners 



Nature of Actio v. 



Certiorari to review the removal of relator. 



Certiorari to review the proceedin8:s of the 
Commissioners in dismissing the relator, a 
Sergeant, from the force, on August 15, 1894. 

Certiorari to review removal of relator from 
the force. 

Certiorari to review the removal of relator, a 
Clerk or Keeper of Harlem Prison. 



I Certiorari to review the removal of relator 
from the Police force. 

Certiorari to review the dismissal of relator 
from the Police force. 

Mandamus to compel defendants to place the 
name of relator on the role of the Police De- 
partment. 

Certiorari to review the removal of relator 
from the force. 

Certiorari to review the dismissal of relator 
from the force. 

Certiorari to review the removal of relator from 
the force. 

Mandamus to compel payment of relator's claim 
for services as Keeper in the County Jail, 
«83.33. 

Certiorari to review removal of relator from 
Police Force. 

Certiorari to review the dismissal of relator, a 
Patrolman, from the force, on March 37, 1894. 

Certiorari to review the dismissal of relator, a 
Patrolman, from the force, April 30, 1894. 



Mandamus to compel payment of assessment for 
1 2th ave. opening, $1,280.12. 



Certiorari to review the removal of relator from 
the force. 

Certiorari to review the dismissal of relator 
from the force. 

Certiorari to review the dismissal of relator from 
the force. 

Certiorari to review the dismissal of relator 
from the force. 

Certiorari to review removal of relator, a 
Patrolman, from the force. 

Certiorari to review proceedings dismissing re- 
lator from force. 

Certiorari to review removal of relator from the 
Police force. 

Certiorari to review the dismissal of relator, a 
licensed teacher. 

Certiorari to review the dismissal of relator 
from the force. 

Certiorari to review removal of relator from 
the force. 

Certiorari to review the dismissal of relator from 
the Police force. 



98 



Schedule i — Certiorari and Mandamus. 



Court. 



Supreme . . . 



(« 



(C 



(( 



«( 



«« 



(( 



«< 



<< 



«< 



Regis- 
ter 
Folio. 


32 


257 


26 


256 


47 


349 


56 


105 


48 


349 


55 


206 


53 


275 


46 


408 


46 


226 


53 


103 


50 


230 


55 


127 


50 


12 



When 

Commen'ced. 



Jan. 5, 1885 
Sept. 20, 1880 
Mar. 23, 1895 

Oct. 8, 1897 




Nature of Action. 



Sept. 7, 1895 



July 9, 1897 



Mar. 29, " 



Sept. 24, 1894 



July 16, " 



Feb. 4, if 97 



7, 1896 



June 14, 1857 



Apr. 16, '• 



. 45 114 Oct. 13, 1893 



47 293 



46 366 



42 325 



55 383 



. . 52 283 



59 94 



...45 8 



47 277 



SO 25 



Mar. I, 1895 



Sept. II, 1894 



Nov. 28, 1891 



Aug. 3c, 1897 



Oct. 27, 1896 



July 22, 1890 



31. 1893 



Feb. 15, 1895 



Apr. 17, 1896 



Noble, John W. (ex. rel.), vs. 
The Police CommissionerN. 

Norton, Edward (ex rel.), vs. 
The Police Commissioners. 

O'Brien, John E.. and others 
(ex rel.), vs. The Board of 
Assessors and the Board of 
Revision and Correction of 
Assessment lists 

O'Brien, John J.. Duncan D. 
McBean and William Mc- 
Ha'e (ex rel.), vs. William 
L. Strong et al., Commis- 
sioners of New E^st River 
Bridge 

O'Keefe, David (ex rel.), vs. 
Louis F. Hafien, Commis- 
sioner oi Street Improve- 
ments, etc 

O'Keefe, Thomas (ex rel.), 
vs. The Board of Police 
Commissioners 

Ormsby, Sarah C. (ex rel.), 
vs. Ashbel P. Fitch, Comp- 
troller, etc 

Parkerson, Charles A. /ex 
rel.), vs. The Board of Po- 
lice Commissioners 

Patterson, Thomas F. (ex 
rel.), vs. The Board of Park 
Commissioners 

Pelton, Angelina S., execu- 
trix, etc., of Guy R. Pelton 
^ex rel.), vs. Ashbtl P. 
Fitch, Comptroller 

Phelan, James (ex rel.), vs. 
Board of Police Commis- 
sioners, etc 

Potter, Frcd'k, administrator 
of O. B. Potter, deceased. 
(ex rel.), vs. Ashbel P. 
Fitch, ComptrolJer 

Powley, Louis (ex rel.), vs. 
The Board of Police Com- 
missioner?, etc 

Price, C( melius E. (ex rel.), 
vs. Henry H. Porer, 
Edward C. Sheehy and 
Chas. F. Simmons 

Purcell, John F. (ex rel.), vs. 
The Commissioners of Pub- 
lic Parks, etc 

Purtle, Thomas (ex rel.), vs. 
The Board of Police Com- 
missioners 

Putnam, Nathan W. (People 
ex rel.), vs. The Board ot 
Police Commissioners of the 
Police Department of the 
City of New York 

Quinn, Christopher (ex rel.), 
vs. The Board of Police 
Commissioners 

Quinn, William E. (ex rel.). 
vs. Charles H. T. CoUis^ 
Commissioner c f Public 
Works 

Rauch, Louis (ex rel.), vs. 
James J. Martin et al , com- 
posing the Board of Police 
Commissioners 

Raymond, James I. (ex rel.). 
vs. The Board of Estimate 
and Apportionment of the 
City of New York 

Rehage, Adolphus W. (ex 
rel.), vs. The Board ©f Police 
Commissioners 

Rehage, Adolphus W. (ex 
rel. , vs. The New Ycrk 
Civil Service Supervisory 
Beard ' 



Certiorari to recover amount retained Mvhile 
absent on sick leave. $400. 

Certiorari to review removal of relator from the 
Police force. 

Certiorari to review the proceedings of the 
respondents in the matter of awards for 
change of grade of 134th St., between Alexan- 
der and Willis aves. 

Mandamus to compel defendants to execute 
contract with petitioners for construction of 
Brooklyn anchorage. 



Mandamus to compel issuance of a permit to 
open streets and tap mains of the New York 
and Westchester Water Co. 

Certiorari to review the removal of relator from 
the Police force. 

Mandamus to compel payment of award on 
Parcel 1X0.270 in the matter of Bronx Pat k» 
168. 

Certiorari to review the removal of relator from 
the Police force. 

Certiorari to review the action of the Commis- 
sioners in dismissing the relator from the 
Park Police force. 

Mandamus to compel Comptroller to repay 
amount of assessment paid for X2th ave. open- 
ing! $185. 

Certiorari to review removal of relator from the 
Police Force. 

Mandamus to compel payment of assessment for 
t2th ave. opening, $227.36. 



Certiorari to review dismissal of relator from 
force. 

Certiorari to review the removal of relator 
from position of Prison Keeper at Tombs. 



Certiorari to review the removal of relator, a 
Roundsman, from the Park Depaitment of 
Police force. 

Certiorari to review the removal ol relator from 
the Police force. 

Certiorari to review dismissal of relator, a 

Patrolman, July 24, 1891. 



Certiorari to review the removal of relator from 
the Police force. 

Certiorari to review the dismissal of relator 
from position of Assistant Foreman in the 
Department of Public Works. 

Certiorari to review removal of relator, a Patrol- 
man, from the Police force, March 22, 1888. 



Certiorari to review the proceedings of the 
Board reducing relator's bill for decorations, 
etc., furnished to Committee of Columbian 
Celebration from $10,183 to $887.94. 

Certiorari to review the removal of the relator 
from the Police force. 

Mandamus to compel the respondents to rescind 
their rc.-olution of Dec. 27, 1895, rescinding 
their action and certificate of eligibility of 

relator. 



99 



Schedule i— Certiorari and Mandamus. 



Court. 




Supreme. 



it 



48 23 

49 76 

52 332 
• • • 53 62 

55 i?7 

55 17 

56 507 

53 59 
55 349 

55 323 

48 418 

49 274 
40 391 
53 298 

47 175 

48 25 
45 32 

49 240 
55 475 

47 332 

44 10 

48 34 

48 398 

49 432 

50 94 



When 

commen'ced. 



May 4, 1895 
Nov. 16, " 

•' 2. 1896 
Jan. 18, 1897 
July 3. '• 
May 14, " 
Dec. 23, " 
Jan. 21, " 
Aug II, •' 



Title of Action. 



Oct. 

Jan. 

Nov. 

Mar. 

Jan. 

May 
Mar. 

Jan. 

Dec. 

Mar. 



14, 1895 
3ii 1896 
34, 1890 
27. 1897 
TO, 1895 

4, •• 
23, 1894 

z8, Z896 
21, 1S97 
18, 1895 



Reilly, William (ex rel.), vs. 
Tha Board of Police Com- 
missioners, etc 

Reilly, William H. (ex rel. , 
vs. The Board of Police 
Commissioners 

Reilly. William P.J. (ex rel.), 
v-:. The Board of Police 
Commissioners 

Reitman, Joseph (ex rel.), vs. 
The Bo.ird of Police Com- 
missioners, etc 

Rice, William C. (ex rel.), 
vs. The Board of Police 
Commissioners, etz 

Richards, Thomas S. (ex rel.;. 
vs. The Board ol Police 
Commissioners, etc 

Ridley, Joseph (ex rei.^ vs. 
The Board of Police Co^n- 
missioners 

Roberts, John (ex rel ), vs. 
The Borird of Police Com- 
missioners 

Rogers, William C. (ex rel.), 
vs. Charles H. T. Coll is, 
as Commissioner of Public 
Works 

Roman C-<tholic Church of 
St. Ann (ex rel.), vs. Charles 
H.T. Collis. Commissioner 
of Public Works 

Rothschild, Edward (exr«l.), 
vs. The Board of Police 
Commissioners 

Ryan, James (ex rel.), vs. 
The Board of Police Com 



Nature of Action. 



missioners 

Ryan, Lawrence (ex rel.), vs. 
Board of Police Commis- 



Nov. 12, 1892 



May 
Oct. 
Apr. 
May 



4> 1895 

4. '• 
4, 1896 

23, 1896 



sioners 

Scanlon, James J. (ex rel.), 
vs. The Board of Police 
Commissioners, etc 

Scanncll, John F. (ex rel.), vs. 
Joseph W. O'Brien et al., 
composing the Examining 
Board of Plumbers, etc. . . . 

Schaeffer, Henry W. (ex rel.) . 
vs. The Board of Police 
Commissioners, etc 

.Schery, Adam H. (ex rel.), vs. 
The Board of Police Com- 
missioners of the City of 
New York 

SchovHn, Patrick (ex rel.), 
vs. The Commissioner of 
Public Works 

Schulthers, Gottlieb (ex rel.), 
vs. Ashbel P. Fitch, Comp- 
troller, etc 

Sesselman, Andrew 'ex rel.), 
vs. William Brookfield.Com- 
missioner of Public Works. 

Shea, Daniel (ex rel.), vs. The 
Board of Police of the Police | 
Department of the City of 
N. Y I 

Shields, Charles J. (ex rel.), 
vs. The Board of Police! 
Commissioners, etc i 

Simermeyer, Jacob (ex rel.), 
vs. The Board of Police: 
Commissioners 

Smith, Patrick, Jr. (ex rel.), 
vs. The Board of Police 
Commissioners I 

.Smith, William f. (ex rel.), I 
vs. The Board of Police' 
Commissioners 



Certiorari to review the dismissal of relator 
from the Police force. 

Mandamus to compel respondents to detail re- 
lator to duty as police officer and to pay al 
back salary due. 

Certiorari to review the dismissal of relator 
from the Police force. 

Certiorari to review the removal of relator from 
the Police force. 

jMandamus to compel reinstatement of relator to 
position of Roundsman on the force. 

Certiorari to review the dismissal of relator 
from the force. 

Mandamus to compel payment of claim of 
plaintiff for dredging, etc., for head of William 
Guldensuppe in tlast and North rivers, 1440 

Certiorari to review the removal of relator from 
the Police force. 

Mandamus to compel the removal of the tracks 
of the Forty-second Street, Manhattan ville 
and St. Nicholas Avenue Railroad Co., from 
sidewalk in 129th st. 

Mandamns to compel the release of relator from 
liability for payment of certain water rent* on 
sidewalk premises No. 115 East nth st. 

Certiorari to review removal of relator from 
the Police force. 

Certiorari to review removal of relator from 
the Police force. ^ 

Certiorari to review dismissal of relator from 
the Police force. 

Certiorari to review the removal of relator from 
the Police force. 

Certiorari to review the proceedings of the 
respondents in refusing to grant to the relator 
a certificate of competency. 

Certiorari to review the dismissal of relator 
from the Police force. 

Certiorari to r«view the dismiss.nl of the 
relator, a Patrolman, from the Police force on 
December 22, 1891. 

Mandamus to compel reinstatement of relator to 
position of Bath Attendant. 

Mandamus to compel Comptroller to cancel 
record of certain taxes in the Town of Wake- 
field. 

Certiorari to review the removal of relator 
December 20, 1894, from position of Assist- 
ant Engineer in the Department of Public 
Works. 

Certiorari to review removal of relator, a 
Patrolman, from the force on July 15, 1892. 



Certiorari to review the dismissal of relator 
from the Police force. 

Certiorari to review removal of relator, a 
Patrolman, from the Police force. 

Certiorari to review removal of relator from 
the Police force. 

Certiorari to review dismissal of relator from 
the Police force. 



ICO 



Schedule i— Certiorari and Mandamus. 





Rfi 

T 




. _ 


Court. 


aiK- 

LIO. 


Whkn 
commknckd. 


Supreme . , . 


49 


337 


Feb. 19, 1896 


•< 


48 


387 


Oct. I. 1895 


• • • 


55 


160 


June 35, iF97 


1 • • 


46 


4»» 


Sept. 11, 1894 


• • • 


52 


1^4 


Oct. 20, 1B96 


« • • 


55 


M3 


June 19, 1897 


• • * 


47 


349 


Feb. 8, 189s 


•• 

... 


3« 


iiO 


Auij. lo. 188S 


... 


53 


135 


Feb. 13, 1897 


. « ■ 


5^ 


461 


Dec. if, •' 


«< 

• « • 


52 


3.^9 


Nov. 5, 1896 


• • « 


49 


1 

9» 


j 


• • • 


45 


9 

% 


July 31, 1893 



TiTi.ic OF Action. 



Natuke of Action. 



SomcrvilK*. William T. (ex Certiorari to review the dismissal of relator 

rel.), vs. The Board 

Police Commissioners... 
.Stack, Maurici (ex rel.}, vs. 

F.dwanl C. O'Biien ct al., 

Dock Commissioners.... 
Stemmler, Theodore W. (ex 

rel.), vs. Wilham Sohmer, 

Register 

Stephenson, John T. (ex rel,), 

vs. The Board of Police 

Commissioners 

Striker, James A. (ex rel.), 

vs. The Comptroller .... 



O'Sullivan, Pat'k E. (ex rel.). 

vs. The Board of Police 

Commissioners, etc 

rhain, John (ex rel.), vs. 

Board of Park Commis- 

sicmers 



from the Police force. 

Certiorari to review removal ot relator from 
position of Dock Master in Department. 

Mandamus to compel Register to receive and 
record satisfaction mortgage on premises in 
West nth St. 

Certiorari to review the removal of relator from 
the Police force. 



Mandamus to compel respondent to refund 
amount of assessment paid for lath ave. open- 
ing, from S9th to 153d St., $3,411.90. 

Certiorari to review the removal of relator from 
the force. 



Certiorari to review the dismissal of relator, a 
Foreman in the Park Department, on Janu- 
ary 23. 1895. 



Toomey, James (ex rel.}, vs. C«rtioran to review proceedings of Commis- 



Stephen B. French et al., 
Pohce Commissioners 



sioners m removal of relator, a Patrolman, 
from the force, March 29, 1888. 
Certiorari to review the removal of re'ator from 
the Police force. 



55 14- 



4^ 141 



KO ^O. 



5,i ^9-) 



3V 27 ■■ 



lime 1 .\ 1S97 
Dec. I ;. i8i;5 

Nov. 2<), iSijJ 

Mar. 27, " 

iKc 11. iS^iy 



^■' I . 



-iA -'o^ 



4w 1 ; 



.■I 



V- ■'» 



J,A l'» 



»'• 



I .> ^-. iS:"7 

•• 2->, 1:97 
.May .-.-. •• 

Nl»\. M. '* 



Touhill, Daniel 'ex rel.), vs. 

The Board of Police Com-j 

missioners, etc ' 

Van Beuren, Elizabeth S., et' Mandamus to compel payment of award for 

al^ (ex rel.), vs. Asbbel P. Audubon ave. school site. 

Fitch, Comptroller, etc | 

Van Zandt. Harry (ex rel.), |Certiorari to review the rcmovai ef relator from 

vs. The Board of Police I the Police force. 

Commissioners ' 

Waddick. Joseph J. (ex rel.),, Mandamus to • compel respondents to detaO 

vs. The Board of Police relator to police duty and for payment of 

Commissioners, etc back pay. 

Wadley, Albert, composing Certiorari to review the proceedings of the 

the firm of Siebrecht & Board reducing relator's bill for decorations, 

Wadley ^ex rel.), vs. The etc., furnished to the Conamittee of Colum- 

Board of Estimate and Ap- bian Celebration from 1 787 to $590.25. 

pt>rtionment of the City ot 

New York 

Wegener, Lcuis (ex rel.), vs. Certiorari to review the removal of relator from 

Ihe Board of Police Com- the force. 

missioners 

Wagaer. Frederick ex rel. , Certiorari to review removal of relator from 

vs. I'he Board of Police the Police force. 

Commi^ioners, etc 

Wahle, William ex rel.), vs. Mandimus to compel filing of maps, etc., of 

WLliam L. Strung, et al . . . ' Publ c Drive and Parkway, pursuant to chap- 
ter 665, Laws ot 1597. 
Walker. James J. ex rel.\ vs. Certiorari to review the removal of relator from 

The Boan.1 ot Police Com- the Pohce forc^. 

missioners, etc 

Walsh, (.ieorge H. People ex Certiorari to review dismissal of relator, a Patrol- 

rel.), vs. Charles F. Mac- man. trom the Police force, November xa, 1889. 

Leau et al., C'«mpK.>siiig the 

Buard ot Police Comuiis 

sioners of the Citv of N«w 

Yoik .' 

Wa'.sh. i.It.ori;e ex rel. , vs. 

S:ephen B. Fr«ijch et al.. 

Police ^.'oiiim.ssionttrs of 

the City ot New York... 
Walsh, Henry {ex rel.\ vs. Certiorari to review the removal of relator from 

The Bo.ird ot Police Com- the torce. 

iais>ioi)ers 

Warren, Lewis P. ex rel. , vs 

The Board o£ Poiice Cum- 

mi.-^cners. 

Waters, braucis T. ex rel. . 

v<. The C.>nnnisiiiouer^ ot 

Police and The May<:>r. etc. 
Weudler. Jo;>eph ex rel. , vs. 

Lhe Board of Police Com- 

uiisiiioiiers, ei c 

Wel-s. lames A e.x rel. , vs. Cc tiornri tn review the removal of r^suor, a 

The Boara of Police Com- Patrolman, trora the Police torce. 

missioners 

Wetter, Frederick W. «x Mandamus to compel respondents to detail 

rel., v«i.l"he Board of Police r^ilat'jr to Police duty and for pa3nDaBC of 

L ommissaoners, etc back pay. 



Certiorari ro review reafioval of relator, a 
Patrolman, from the Poiice force. May it. 



Certiorari to review 
the Police force. 



removal of relator firam. 



Writ }l prohibition to restrain Commis^oners 
from trying the relator. 

Certiorari to review the removal ot relator from 

ine f.r.e. 



lOI 



Schedule i— Certiorari and Mandamus. 




Court. 



Supreme ... 4a 244 Oct. 15, 1891 



55 103 June 9, 1897 



46 325 I Aug. 6, 1894 



55 198 ' July 8. 1897 



52 108 



Sept. 26, 1896 



55 362 Au?:. 16, 1897 



55 '08 



July 9. " 



55 209 1 *' 9. " 



56 283 



45 7 



53 40 



Oct. 18, '« 



31. 1893 



Jan. 18, 1897 




Nail're of Action. 



Whispell, William (ex ret.), vs. 
The Fk>ard of Police of the 
Police Department of the 
City of New York 

White, Albert N. (ex rel.\ vs. 
Silas C. Croft et al., Com- 
missioners of Charities. . . . 

White, James (ex rel.), vs. 
The Board of Police Com- 
missioners 

Wilkins, Charles (ex rel.), 
vs. The Board ot Police 
Commissioners 

Williamson, William (ex rel.), 
vs. The Board of Police 
Commissioners, etc 

Winterhalter, Louis (ex rel.), 
V?. Charles H. 1. Collis 
et al 

Woolf, Thomas O. (ex rel.), 
vs, A&hbel P. Filch, Comp- 
troller 

Woolf, Thomas O. fex rel.), 
vs. A shbel P. Fitch, Comp- 
troller ;..... 

Young, James (ex rel.), vs. 
The Board of Police Com- 
missioners 

Young, John H. (ex rel ), vs. 
The Board of Estimate and 
Apportionment of the City 
of New York 

Ziegler, Wm. (ex rel.) vs. 
The Commissioner of Pub- 
lic Works 



Certiorari to review dismissal of relator, a Pa- 
trolman, from the Police force, June g, 1891. 



Certiorari to review the removal of relator. 



Certiorari to review the dismissal of relator, a 
Patrolman, from the Police force, on March 27. 
1894. 

Certiorari to review the removal of relator from 
the Police force. 

Certiorari to review removal of relator from the 
Police force. 

Mandamus to compel removal of obsructions 
in' Kingsbridge rd., bet. i62d and i82d sts. 



compel payment of an award 
made ip the matter of^ tn< 



Mandamus to 

e Grand Boulevard 

and Concourse, )|| 14,390. 
Mandamus to compel payment of an award 

made in the matter of the Grand Boulevard 

and Concourse, $28,639. 
Certiorari to review t .e removal of the relator 

from the Police force. 

Certiorari to review the proceedings of the 
Board reducing relator's bill for decorations, 
etc., furnished to Committee of Columbian 
Celebration from $20,840.71 to $10,^20 35. 

Mandamus to compel responHent to issue to re- 
lator a permit to take off coverings over vaults 
at Nos. 60 to 64 Liberty st. 



CONDEMNATION PROCEEDINGS (OTHER THAN STREET OPENING 

PROCEEDINGS). 



Regis- 


When 


ter 
Folio. 


Commenced. 


49 


254 


. . . . 1895 


46 


118 


May 15, 1894 


43^ 


12 


« • • • 


45 


446 


• • • • 


45 


460 


• • • • 


45 


462 


• • • • 


46 


393 


Sept. 19, . '« 


48 


382 


Oct. 2, 3895 


49 


326 


Feb. 14, x8u6 


49 


328 


'• 14. " 


52 


74 


Sept. 15, •* 


48 


382 


" 28, 1895 


52 


464 


Feb. 8, 1897 


47 


140 


Dec. 29, 1894 


47 


144 


" 29, " 


47 


146 


" 29. " 


47 


152 


" 29. " 


47 


J154 


" 29, " 


47 


156 


" 29. " 


47 


158 


" 29. " 


47 


356 


Mar. 25, 1895 


47 


353 


Mar. 25, " 


47 


362 


" 25, " 


50 


294 


July ai, 1896 



Title. 



Byram Pond and Bear Gutter Creek proceedinz, Towns of North Castle and Bedford. 

Colonial Park, 12th Ward. 

Cornell Dam proceeding. 

Cornell site, New Croton Dam, first supplementary proceeding. 

Cornell site, New Croton Dam, second supplementary proceeding. 

Cornell site. New Croton Dam, third supplementary proceeding. 

Cornell site, New Croton Dam, fourth supplementary pnjceeding, *' Croton Falls Section." 

Cornell site. New Croton Dam. fifth supplementary proceeding. 

Cornell site, New Croton Dam, sixth supplementary proceeding. 

Cornell site. New Croton Dam, seventh supplementary proceeding. 

Cornell site, New Croton Dam, eighth supolementary proceeding. 

Cortlandt Reservoir, Town of Cortlandt, Westchester County. 

Division Street Park, between Hester, Essex, Norfolk, Canal, Rutgers and Jefferson sts. 

Dock Department, Application of. To acquire title to wharf property on Harlem river, 

between 104th and 105th sts. 
Dock Department, Application of. To acquire title to wharf property on North river, 

between 42d and 43! sts. 
Dock Department, Application of. To acquire title to wharf property on North river, 

between 3Qth and 41st sts. 
Dock Department, Application of. To acquire title to wharf property on North river, 

between 35th and 36th sts. 
Dock Department, Application of. To acquire title to wharf property on North river, 

between 34th st. and the centre line of the block between 33d and 34th sts. 
Dock Department. Application of. To acquire title to wharf property on North river, 

between Bank and Bethune sts. 
Dock Department, Application of. To acquire title to wharf property on North river, 

between West zithand Bank sts. 
Dock Department, Application of. To acquire title to wharf property on North river, 

between Watts and Canal sts., running 125 feet north from Watts st. 
D»ck Department, Application of. To acquire title to wharf property on West St., 100 feet 

south of southerly line of Perry st. 
Dock Department, Application of. To acquire title to wharf property on East river, 

appurtenant to Pier No. 39. 
Dock Department. Application of. To acquire title to wharf r^^ '^ at Pier 35, East 

river. 



I02 



Schedule i — Condemnation Procf.edings. 



Regis- 
ter 
Folio. 



52 
52 

46 

S3 
56 

56 

56 

56 
56 
56 
^6 
43 
53 
50 
44 
43 
45 
45 
48 
47 
47 
Sa 

57 
•46 

56 
48 

50 
53 
53 
53 
55 
55 
55 
55 
55 
55 
55 
55 
55 
55 
56 
56 
56 
56 

56 
56 
56 
56 
56 
56 

56 
56 
56 

56 
56 
56 
56 

56 
56 
56 
56 
56 
56 
56 
56 
56 
56 
^6 

56 
56 
56 
56 
56 
56 



415 

433 
439 

3U 

173 

174 
176 

188 
310 
3x2 
laS 

448 
418 
196 
203 
66 
218 

55 
409 

307 
5 

29 
312 

75 
308 

454 

309 
200 

204 

424 

50 

52 
60 

62 

^4 
70 

68 

74 
73 
71 

178 
181 
182 

184 

186 
208 
190 
192 
194 
196 

198 
200 

2J2 

204 
206 

314 
316 



When 
comvenced 



Dec. 26, 1896 

" 31, '• 

Oct. 2, 1894 

Feb. 25, 1897 

Oct. 27, *' 

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27» 



Nov. 
<t 

May 
Nov. 
May 
June 

Apr. 



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Nov. 
Sept. 

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Mar. 

Oct. 

Sept. 

Dec. 

Apr. 

Nov. 

Oct. 

J my 

Mar. 
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Apr. 

May 

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27, 

27. 

27. 

23, 1895 
4, 1892 
I, 1897 

27, 1896 

II, 1893 

.. 1892 

7. 1893 
13, " 
.. 1895 
16, " 

22, 1894 
I, 1896 

31. 1897 
20, 1894 
27, 1897 
16, 1895 

23, 1896 
6, 1897 
6, " 



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4. 

4i 

4. 

4> 

4> 

4. 

19. 

19. 

TQ, 

19. 

27, 

27. 

27, 

27. 

27. 
30, 

30. 
30. 

3^ 

30, 
30. 
30. 






30. 
30. 
Nov. 27, 
" 27. 



3x8 
320 
322 

324 
326 
328 
332 
33* 
336 

374 

480 

482 
484 
486 
488 
490 ! 

492 I 



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27. 

27. 
27, 
27. 
27, 
27, 
27. 
27, 
27. 
4. 
16. 

16, 

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.6, 
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Title. 



Double Reservoir " 1 " — Add tional lands. 

East River Bridge, between c.ties of New York and Brooklyn, land under water. 

Fire Department site corner of Tremont and Morris aves., 24th Ward. 

Fire Department site on Mott st., bet. Brojme and Grand sts.. 14th Ward. 

Fire Department site on southerly side of Ridge St., bet. Mott and Elizabeth sts., 14th 

Ward. 
Fire Department site on the northerly side of 75th st., and the southerly side of 76th 

St., bet. Amsterdam ave. and the Bou'evard, 22d Ward. 
Fire Department site on the northeasterly side of Main St., bet. Arnow pi. and Eastchester 

road, 24th Ward. 
Fire Department site on northerly side of Schofield ave., east of Main St., 24th Ward. 
Fire Department site on northerly side of Thames st. 

Fire Department site on northerly side of 33d St., bet. 6th and 7th aves., 2orh Ward. 
Fort Washmgton Park, 12th Ward. 

Fort Washington Ridge road, establishing the boundaries of. 
Hall of Records site, at Chambers, Centre and Reade sts., in the 6ih W.ird. 
Houston, Stanton, Pitt, Willet and Sheriff sts., public park, nth War^l. 
Kensico cholera proceeding. 
Lake Gilead — Matter of New Aqueduct. 
Like Gleneida cholera proceeding. 
Mount Kisco cholera proceeding. 
Mount Kisco proceeding (amended). 

Muscoot river proceeding — Towns of Somers and Yorktown. 
Park bounded by iiith and 114th sts., 1st ave. and East river. 
Park bounded by 28th and 29th sts.,'9ih and loth aves. 
Park bounded by nth and 12th aves., 53d, s^d and 54th sts., 22d Ward. 
Patterson Village, etc., water supply proceeding. 

Police Department site on northerly side of 30th st., bet. 6th and 7th aves., 20th Ward. 
Public School site on southwesterly corner ot Monroe street and Mechanics' alley, 7th 

Ward. 
Public school site at Washmgtonville. 

Public school site on Wads worth ave., bet. i82d and 183d sts., i2".h Wa^d. 
Public school site on 104th and rosth sts., bet. ist and ad aves , 12th Ward. 
Public school site on 6th St., bet. Avenue A and Avenue B, nth Ward. 
Public school site on 25th St., bet. 7th and 8th aves. 
Public school site on Jerome and Walton aves. 
Public school site on 169th st., Ogden ave. and Mernan ave. 
Public school site on Sheriff st., between East Houston and Stanton sts. 
Public school site on 65ih and 63th sts , bet. Boulevard and Amsterdam ave. 
Public school site at Mott, Bayard, Mulberry and Canal sts. 

Public school site at Academy st., Mermilyea ave. and Kingsbridge rd , 12th Ward. 
Public school site on 37th St., bet. 2d and 3d aves., 21st Ward. 
Pubhc school site on Avenue C, bet. 8th and 9th sts. 
Public school site on Broome and Cannon sts., 13th Ward. 
Public school site on Boston rd.. East i66.h st. and J jckson ave , 23d Ward. 
Public school site on loth ave., bet. 58th and 59th sts., 22d Ward. 
Public school site on 114th and 115th sts., bet. 7th and 8th aves., 12th Ward. 
Public school site on 145th and 146th sts., bet. Amsterdam ave. and the Boulevard, 12th 

Ward. 
Public school site on 15th and 16th sts., bet. ist ave. and Livingston pi., i8th Ward. 

Public school site at 135th st. and Lenox ave., 12th Ward. 

Public school iite on northerly site of 70th St., bet. ist and 2d aves., 19th Ward. 
Public school site on southerly side of 8oth St., bet. 2d and 3d aves., igth Ward. • 
Public school site on nth and 12th sts. east of White Plains ave., 24th Ward. 
Public school site on westerly side of St. Nicholas ave., bet. ii6th and n7th sts., lath 
Ward. 

Public school site on southerly side of 63d st., bet. 2d and 3d aves., 19th Ward. 

Public school site on southeasterly cor. of Julianna st. and Elliott ave., 24th Ward. 

Public school site on northerly side of 66lh st. and southerly side of 67th St., bet. 1st ave^ 
and Avenue A, 19th Ward. 

Public school site on northerly side of 87th st., bet. Park and Lexington aves., 12th W^rd. 

Public school site on southerly side of 141st st., bet. 8th and Edgecombe aves., 12th Ward. 

Public school site on southerly side of 76th St., bet. 2d and 3d aves,, 19th Ward. 

Public scho( 1 site on northerly side of loist st. and southerly side ot io2d St., bet. Col- 
umbu> and Amsterdam aves., 12th W 'rd. 

Public school site on southwesterly corner of Gouvemeur and Monroe sts., 7th Ward. 

Public school site on East Houston, Lewis and East 3d sis., nth Ward. 

Public school site on Essex and Norfolk sts., bet. Grand and Hester sts., 10th Ward. 

Public school site on Madison ave., bet. 127th and i:i8th sts., 12th Ward. 

Public school site on 4th and 5th sts., bet. Avenues B and C, nth Ward. 

Public school site on southerly side of 52d St., bet. Park and Lexingtoi aves., 19th Ward. 

Public school site on 95th and 96th sts., bet. tst and 2d ;ives., 12th Ward. 

Public school site on northerly side of 114th St., bet. 3d and Lexington aves., 12th Ward. 

Public school site on Gerard and Walton aves., North of 157th St., 23d Ward. 

Public school site on Dominick, Clark and Broome sts., 8th Ward. 

Public sch..ol site on 253d St., Von Humboldt and Faraday aves., 24th Ward. 

Public school site on i6th and i7ih sts., bet. ist ave. and Avenue A, i8th Ward. 

Public School site on ist ave., bet. oth and loth sts., 17th Ward. 

Public School site on Delanccy st., bet. Orchard and Ludlow sts., loth Ward. 

Public School site on 103d St., bet. 2d and sd aves., 12th Ward. 

Public School Site on 21st St., bet. 2d and 3d aves., i8th Ward. 

Public School site on 147th and 148th sts , bet. 7th and 8 h aves., 12th Ward. 



Schedule i— Condemnaiion Frocebdings. 



Hbcis 


c..r.s™. 




F™?o 


Trn.F.. 








Public SchoDlaiie on ii;lh and 117th 9t(..be(.sth and Lenoti>vu,i9thWud. 






































Public School «te In the blook bo inded by .8tli and i^h itt. Stb andjlh avet, iSth Ward. 
PublK SchpDl >ile on <be eaiinir lide of lames 91.. bet. Oik and Cherry «»., 4<h Ward. 
Publk School «te ot> northerly >ldeof 49th it., bet. 9th iDd .olh jve... aid 4^arJ,. 




























Public School >iie on the «i,th.^rly «Qe d( ad «.. h=l.id and 3d a-e»., a.ii Ward. 
Public Schodl tlte on aor.lierly >id^ of flad .1., bel. isi and jd awi., .o.h Wat J. 




























Reieriroir " A "— Matter of New Aqmducl. 






















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Townof Carmel, Putnam County. 








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47 136 









ASSESSMENT PROCEEDINGS— SUPREME COURT. 



Wbk 


tn. 


P=.,™™b«s. 


A55ESSMBST FO, 


L 


JCATION OF WOKK. 




May 3. 


S93 


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..-.), from .,5tb>t. to iKj 

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Bell, John 


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Schedule i— Assessment Proceedings. 



iEdgecoinl»j.ve.),fraD 



RnehdE. I 



Scpl. 17, 



UngM. Emll 

Whiiehcad, AiionP.. 
WrighL J. H..Et^., »i 

^lon.liugll 

iir«n, Mvy S'-. 

Q.WUIiam D... 

mnV 

■' iBimcy. (owphinoG... 

'■ |L=.vm.lSiryA 

1894 Freenun HarrlwA..,, 



De'f^ne, Ernlri 'e.V«< "1 ■ - '■ 
T.,wSli»iH..'ei •:'.'." 

i!, Henry UwLS 

tfotk and Hjriem Rail. 



lor. Emily. 



FeiHi, ajEmunJ ; 

GaKi.CSurchE 

Mr:C»ffertv,Roh=r.... 

iloiiH«YfnCo : 

Morris Henry LevU ...,...; 

ttSwa, Williim '.'.".'.\ 

tiew Yort and Hjtlcn:, 

Railrmd Co 

Oedis, Anihony.... 

sm?Sii,c"ihVn.i-i.:"!;!: 



'Taj, Albtrt Kidano 

,Babci>cli,Cl>>riei.., 
B^tl, AltKn.iiccuit 






;Dod<e. Saaiuti . 
iDowd.K.) 

Dodse.P«cr.,. 

Dodge, John J.. 



■05 

—Assessment Troceedings. 



Location of Wobk 



Foil. Fndtaick. . . 
Fiiipalrick, Mary 
- Willuun,"; 



tu<lmJw«.H 

Katimbener. John W... 
Klopftr, Linili -■■ 

SSinffifc:::::: 

L«Yy, bOcnoa M 

MeETMi, Thoniiij M.... 
NsirihWUiamK., «tal. 
Ncblai. Hcnrv 

"—1ib[|, Albert B 

York and »irl 



O'CmniclJ. Pauick.. 



Ruland G»irE'>niu>... 



jiHeurm. Airrad. ... 

idtp, Willi™ 

Bi!ki.Hai«u» 

idden. Miir^rtL,..., 

SbEaTrr, A. W.,imdjii 





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ScHEnuLE 1 — Assessment Proceedings. 



When 

CoMMKNCF.T). 



pRTirmNRRS. 



July It, i8q5 
ji, 
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II. 
II. 

IX. 

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Fartiv rs* Loan and Trust Co. 



ASSF.SSMRNT FOR 



Location of Work. 



Regulating 3d avc, from 23d Ward-line to Pelham ave. 



do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
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Ora'iani, Tnhn H 

Ilolden, Timothy 

tianloit, Timothy 

Hdlt*, Conrad 

Nountte, Herman, ex*r. .. 

t^evy, Jefferson M 

Morton. William H 

New York and Harlem 

Railroad Co 

Odell, Andrew J 1 

Relnhold, John | 

Squire, Louisa C 1 

Si. Pmd's Methodist Kpis-' 

! copal Church I 

:S».ott, Francis M \ 

United States Real Estate' 

and Trust Co 

Ramman, Frederick C Regulating, etc Brook ave., from New York and Harlem Rail- 



do 
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do 



Ream.m, Fllen do 

Blown, Lewis B do 

Bradley & Cumer Co. (The" ^ do 

IHette, John 1 do 

Droge, Henry H do 

: I* arley, James do 

'Fullerton, John ■ do 

■ H.«mmer, Louise do 

iHertleim, Christ. E do 

Hilben. William R do 

ijames. Fd.R do 

McLai^hlin, Roderick do 

McOuade, John do 

, MulTigan, Thomas do 

New York, N^'w Haven & cio 

1 Hartford Railroad Co 

O'Biien, Patrick do 

jSheafer, Walter S., et a1 do 

;Sherwood, Mar>- E do 

|Tillo:son, (.Tous-emeur do 

Van l^iper, Charles do 

Weed. Be jamin do 

Wliet-lock, William E do 

Wiggin, Linie do 

Black, A levnnder G do 

N ^R \ ork Cen'ral & Hiuisor. do 

Rivei Railroad Co 

MorrivLand Improvement Co do 

Frank in, Joseph H do 

Bums. Thomas do 

■B 'rson, Charlos do 



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luhet St.. from Mort to Walton ave. 
dc do 

do do 

is;d St . from Morris to Railroad ave. 

do do 

3d ave.. fr..ir. a3d Ward-line to Pelham ave. 



'Clark. Thomas R Grading, etc East 144th w.. trom Mott 10 3d ave. 

'Clear, Man* do do do 

Edward*;, Niar\' J , do 

Edwar<ls 8: Co (io 

Hume. William H do 

Kranz. Fran? do 

'O'Neil. Margaret do 

■Stiles. Norman <.:.. and ano. . . do 



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do 



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Brown, Jame<i E Reeulatinp, etc. Eagle ave.. hetweer. i4pth and rtiic sts. 

nro.:e. Henry W do do dr 

Pro»;e. .Anna and Flizn <\r> do do 

Ffrpnso!), Arietta V. do do d( 

VTcr.i^jhty, JninoN do do do 

J«^po'«. Charle*- c'o dt- d* 

jom^s. V. harlos. et al do do do 

Mt»t7. William dr do di 

Andt'i'SMi. A!>drcw :Scwt»r 'Ogden avt-.. 

Cr.>ffs, Catharine A do 

Smith, Throdon: J do 

Pi-ck. WiHi.im A., ^n^] an-*. . . Rejiilatin^, etc Hampden st 

S^.nv. tll.i M do 

\>1<;.M». Wdliam d<^ Koth St. 

Fol/. F' i-do'ii'N d«"> ;^o»h st. 



hefwoer IV.rct. .inc. Orchard sts, 
do d» 

d'^ lie 

from SMjTwiok tc Jerome ave, 
d«- do ' 

betx**e»»r. Morri- an*. R.tiln'kad aves. 
b«»twoei: Wf'livt,-: ^xr.K. so aves. 

tl New York and 



Feiisi. Sijjmimu Paving, etc Morr:s av<-. from 1531; s;. 

Harlem Railnx^d. 

BatiTjan. FrMerick l' do iRrook avt-.. trom i^ad ti^ 75MI. ii 

Brv">" n. I i•^^ T> r. do do do 

'Boat^aii. FIImi do dc »io 

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'Hro^e, Henrv V 
'Diet^l. Tohn 



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Schedule i — Assessment Proceedings. 





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Prtitioners. 

Farley, James 

Fullerton, John 

Hertlein & Schlatter 

H.lbert, William R 

janes, Edward R 

McQaade, John 

McLaughlin. Roderick 

Mulligan, Tiiomas 

New Vork, New Haven & 

Hartford R lilroad Co 

O'Brien, Patrick 

Sheafer, Walter S. , et al 

Slierwood, Mary E 

Tilloison, Gotiverneur 

Van Riper, Charles 

Wheclock, Wi liam E 

Weed, Benjamin 

Wiggin, Lizzie 

Colter, John 

Previn, Annie M., et al 

Morrison, Mary F 

Crofts, William 

Stathers, James 

I )i Lorenzo, Gregorio 

Liebertz, Joseph 

Mullsr, Gustave P 

Muniavani, Pietro 

Tiffany, Mary l^ 

Hays, E.St. John, et al., ex- 
ecutors, etc 

Hays, E.St. John, et al., ex 
ecutors, etc 

Amsterdam Investment Co. . 

Corbett, John 

Donovan. Timothy 

Fairchild, Clara 

Godwin, Jo-ieph H 

Cohen, Samuel N., et al., ex- 
ecutors 

Johnstone, William 

Halpin, John 

Kramer, Jr , William 

Lawrence, Fanny G 

Libby, James M., and ano. . . 

Lynch, James A 

McCready, Nathaniel L 

McLoughlin, Arthur W 

Mixsall, Charles 

Powers, Thomas J 

Rosenbaum, Sigmund D . . . . 

Rosenblatt, Leo G., execu- 
tors, etc 

Richards, Samuel W 

Spingarn, Charles 

Hays, E.St. John, et al., ex- 
ecutors, etc 

Hays, E. St John, et al., ex- 
ecutors, etc 

Consolidated Gas Co 

Duempelmann, Caroline. . . . . 

Greenwold, Hannah 

Kulla, Jacob 

Lewis, Margaret 

Hicks, Sa an, estate of 

Brunich, Henry 

Ferris, Warren 

McNulty, John 

Clark, Nathan, executor . . . . 

Lippman, W 

Sackmann, D 

Schumacher, H 

Nelstn, William 

Stollberg, F. A 

Banks, Henry W 

Breese, James L 

Dashwood, ( lallan L 

Finn, William E., et al 

Murray, James B 

Rodman, Maria 

Spingarn, El as 

Schwab, Catharine E 

White, John S 



Assessment fok 



Location ok Work. 



Paving, etc ! Brook ave., from i32d to i56lh st. 



do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 
Grading. .. 
Regulating, 
Sale 



do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



etc. 



Sewer 

Regulatmg, 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 

do 

do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 

do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 

do 
do 
do 

do 



etc 



do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 

East 144th St. 

3d ave., from 23d Ward-line to Pelham ave. 
Land on south side of 86th st.. between 4th 

and Madis n aves. 
0?den ave , bet. Birch and Orchard sts. 
154th St., from Morris to Railroad ave. 
zdgth St., from Franklin ave. to z67th st. 
do do 

do do 

do do 

do do 

Kingsbhdge rd., from 190th st. to Harlem river. 



do 
Paving 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

Regulatmg, etc 
Paving 

do 



do 

do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 

do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 

do 
do 
do 

do 



do 

do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 

do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 

do 
do 
do 

do 



do do 

Stanton St., from Cannon to Tompkins st. 
do do 

do do 

do do 

do do 

do do 

do do 

do do 

Rivington St., from Cannon to Tompkins st, 
do do 

do do 

do do 

Railroad ava.. East, from 135th to 136th sU 
Broad st., from Pearl to South st. 
Jones lane, from Front to South st. 

Regulating, etc j Burnside ave., from Sedgwick to Webster ave, 

do do do 



do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



do 
do 
do 
do 

Ho 



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Schedule i — Assessment Proceedings. 



When 
Commenced- 



Nov. 3, 

Dec. 8, 

•• 8, 

" 8, 



1896 



Petitioners. 



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Field, Augustus E Paving 

Freeborn, George C do 

Hawley, Trad, as executor, do 
etc 

Rosenblatt, Simon A., and do 
ano 

Winthrop, Buchanan 

New York and Harlem Rail- 
road Co 

Morris, Henry L. . .^ 

Wynkoop. Henrietta, et al.. . 

Bradley, Michael W 

Budd.JohnJ 

Carse, Samuel 

Deane, Catherine A 

American Distributing Co. . . 

Edgerton, I'heodore L 

Howell, Annie 

HoUing^, Jobn 

Heidgerd, Herman 

Kyle, James 

Kuper, George D 

Lammers, John H 

Meyer, Frederick 

M enkcn . J. Henry 

Michaels, Mathilda H 

Menke, Simon 

Pettit, John 

Purroy, Henry D 

Rhoade, John H 

Stevenson. William L 

Stcgman,J Henry 

Springstem, Levi 

Thompson, Morris S., trus- 
tee, etc 

White, Ann 

Woodcock, William T., et al., 
executors 

Apgar, Mahlon 

Caverly, John L 

Clerk. Fannie E 

Gordon, H enry W 

Hall, Austin, and ors 

Littell, Amos C 

j Lewi, Uavid 

I Murray, Edith, executrix,etc. 
1 Miller, Daniel S., executor, etc. 

Pay e, David S 

Ruhe, Francis H., and ano.. 

Adams, Aliiert J 

Delancey, Elizabeth D 

Davis, Silas 

Falls, Thomas J 

Werner, Philip 

Metropolitan Street Railway 
Co 

Penniman, George H 

Thome. Mary A. W 

C "oursen, Alfred C 

Morgan, Thomas, ex'r, etc.. 

Coursen, Alfred C j do 

Culbert, Sarah L., et al ' do 

jGoldsmith, Meyer 

■ S erwodd, William 

J Rohleder, Frederika 

Radlein, Maria 

Meyer, Monika 

Hermelin, Charlotte 

Conover, Lawrence V 

De Vine, Emma E 

Ubelhor, Henry 

Hammer, Louise 

;Rapp, Katliarine E 

Bruckner, C 

Roberts, Mary A 

■Rhinelander. Charles E 

Nicholson, Robert 

• Hettinger, Caroline 

jHunt, Charles L 

Union Trust Co., as trustee. Paving 

etc., of Robert H. Moran . . 
Pearsall, Thomas W., et al , do 
trustees 



Assessment for 



Location of Work, 



do 

Regulating, etc. 



Paving 

do , 
do 
do 

do , 
do 
do 

do , 

do , 

do . 

do , 

do . 

do . 

do . 

do . 
do 

do . 

do . 

do . 

do . 

do . 

do . 

do . 

do . 

do . 

do . 

do . 

do . 

do . 

do . 

do . 

do . 

do . 

do . 

do . 

do . 

do . 

do . 

Paving . 

do . 

do . 

do . 

do . 

do . 

do . 

do . 

do . 

do . 



Washington st., from Bank to Gansevoort st. 
Rutgers st., bet. Cherry and South sts. 
do do 



do 



do 



do do 

Vanderbilt ave.. East, from i6sth to 170th st. 

Gouverneur la., from Pearl to South st. 

do do 

Washington st., from Bank to Gansevoort st. 



do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 

do 
do 



do 
do 
do 
cfo 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 

do 
do 



Chambers st., fro 


m West 


to 


Greenwich st. 


do 










do 


do 










do 


do 










do 


do 










do 


do 










do 


do 










do 


do 










do 


do 










do 


do 










do 


do 










do 


James Slip, 


from 


Che 


rry 


to 


South St. 


do 










do 


do 










do 


do 










do 


do 










do 


Cherry St., 


rom East 


to J 


ac 


kson St. 


do 










do 


do 










do 



Regulating, etc. 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



Broad St., from Pearl to South st. 
Washington st., from Bank to Gansevoort st. 
Moore St., from Pearl to South st. 
Washington st., from Bank to Gansevoort st. 
i6ist st , from 3d to Gerard ave. 



do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 



West St., from Battery pi. to Gansevoort st. 



do 



do 



lOO 

'-Assessment Pkoceedings. 



:bh, S. Clurtea, ai cncu 



Lanedon, Wof 
WoDd, Samue 
Wil'oti. rohn I 
KhiDFlnniler, : 

Lwb, Solomoi 
- inger, ■• 



,.,_j1nnioii. 

RhinctUnder. Williu 



.=ph=,l 



Gniwillig. AllTOl 

Roe. Alfred. » Iruun. stc 
Unlitd New Jenev Riilra 
.DdCan.lCo.... 



_ . ibabtik... 
Tlnley, W«lMr..., 



luulWuehi 
ComeU, I. B. B 



Gnhun.Jokn R.Jr. 
MinhuiBD LumUr Co 
SiDk«.ThDDUi>.oadiU 



Rose. Haniet M 

Nev YoHi, New Ibven ■ 
Harlord Railroad Co... 
Pell, Frederick A., andu 

Psi\,jBh^'ii.',imue.ac.. 

Screw DockCo 

Pmoaylnnii Itailrond Ci 
Roller, CWle. 



EnheiWJaine., 

Grahno). fuepb F 

HaU, WUlbni Heitry. 

Hidaud, A. Jtnephine, eL al 

liner, Edwin 

M lion. WillisBi r 

- .KaomiC., 



i.Wm.am&...... 

I. HeiiryMdciiiil 



HeTTinun, Willi 
McAndrew. San 
Chard, RKhard 
Durkee, Eiieeic 

Dempsey, Gnyi 
Richter. Kade,. 



Weu » . from BatLery pi. lo Ganui 



iC5lh SI., (rom Union to Westchei 



ijlh aves., bpl. i7lh and jnlli ■ 



il„ rrom Waif iMo ,M archer ore. 
do do 

South St., frail] Whitehall lo Coiican st. 



Slaolon <!., trom Cannon to Tompkiaa : 

iJii'^"h., from CUrkson to Sprin 
:k><.n slip, (rom Waier lo South «>. 

do d'> 

cenwich si., from Pearl to Souih itJ. 



irling Slip, from Peail lo South eu. 

do do 

. Cuyler'a Alley. From Water Id South HI. 

..i do do 

..Greenwich st„ ftom Vcboho BaicUiysli 
..Properly in Eaatch eater and WestcheiK 

..iBungayit 



1 lO 
SciiEDi'LB I— Assessment Proceedings. 



. 1847 Termiiul WurhouK Co.... 

'■ jSabo, Fredwrclt C 

■_| iDaiuig. Siman 



|ii:iy,HcnrvH.,=l^l, 

iP;'trce,'Rfl™V..'!'f:^ 
Cr»rd,Kidha'dJ.... 
Ham=, GMgeA.... 
CjitoI], Pitrcct;..., 

Durkec. EugeoE r! ! ! 
Ht-im-«lh,'£t1].iiin... 
Sicrrv.GcDrjjoR,... 



p, fram Cherry id Sdtj 
rom Pearl ID Siulhsl 



Si.^ke'inotpl'lii''' 



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Lf«n,ky, Cliarlw 

tiro»n. Sl=.LIil» H 

AkuMder.Cba.lesJ... 

KhImI, Henry N 

Irowo, Tillie B 

.mdBuon.Edwa'dF... 
Ack^r, Memll & Cond 
Kaff inim, Ejitmim, and 
■leStPaulCharlQ...,. 



;:! S: 



S^h«l,Ge,inaR, 
Irwin, Joh" H... 



II I 



Schedule i — Assessment Proceedings. 



When 

Commenced. 



Pktitioxeks. 



Sept. 29, 1 897 

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Assessment for 



Grefe, Francis Paving 

Schroeder, Nicholaus do 

Dean, Charles G do 

Loew, William L do 

Legg •«. Laura L do 

Andrews, A do 

Ha< kernels er, Henry do 

Metropolitan Street Railway do 

Co 

Metropolitan Street Railway Paving 

Co 

|Cornell,JohnB., and John M. do 

iWetmore, Edith M.K., etal.j do 

. Keil.uid, Bertha F., execu-| do 

I trix, etc 

New Y(<rk Biscuit Co do 

Newell, Helen F ' do 



Location of Work. 



Cr ger, S. V.R.& Co 
American Lithographing Co. 

ISmith, Joseph A 

i McNeil, Thomas R 



do 
do 
do 
do 



f Fessenden, Margaret D ' do 

' Gibbes, Zella do 

1 Glover, John H do 

I Welsh, Cieorge W., Estate of do 

Hoffman, Adolphus H | do 

[Ryan, Mary A 1 Paving. 

do 

do . 
Sewer . 

do . 
Paving 

do 



Durkee, Eugene 
Steinhart, Israel, et al., ex'r 

Littman, Morris 

Weber, John, et al 

Cowl, William H 

Bangs, Francis S., et al. 

trustees, etc 

Becker, Mary do . 

Bnnkerhoff", Mary E do 

Syms, < a herine F'. do 

Arnold, William H., et al... do 

iClark, William N do 

JGormly, Louise A., et al.,, do 

guardian 

Longmire, Gertrude L do 

Packard, Mitchell N do 

Roosevelt, Robert B do 

Street, Hannah F., and ano. do 

Baylies, Edmund L do 

Brennan. William do 

Savage, Edward S do 

! Smith, H. Wheeler do 

I Miller, Jordan G do 

I Brennan. William do 

IHoboken Ferry Company. .. do 

iBamford, Anne do 

Crocheron, Mary Y do 

iLrocheron, Lena A do 

I Hey land, Herman do 

j)oncs, Lucretia S do 

iRuhe, Mimia, et al., execu- do 

tors of Francis H. Ruhe, 

deceased | 

■Young, Emeline C | do 

1 Haar, Frederick do 

.Now Jersey Steamboat Co. . do 

I Old Colony Steamboat Co.. do 

Central Railroad of New do 

i Jersey 

jStarin, John H do 

I Hunt, Edward T j Widening 

jKipp, Leonard j do 

JL derer, Samuel M j do 

! Merrall, William ! do 

iSchall&Co I do 

I Good, Brent ■■ do 

iCruger, Amy, et al j Paving , 

■New York Central and Hud-j Improvement 

son River Railroad Co. . . . , 

lAlheidt, Conrad 'Curbing and flagging 

I Btrgen, William G do 

Einstein, Benjamin F do 

Knapp, Edward J do 

McCreery, Fanny M ' do 

Mis<all, Christopher j do 

Mead. Frederick do 



Oliver St., from Cherry to South st. 

do do 

"• do do 

do do 

James Slip, from Water to South st. 

do do 

91st St., from Avenue A to Harlem river. 
9Sth St., from ist ave.to Harlem river. 

96th St., from ist ave. to Harlem river. 

i-^th ave., from i6th to a7th st. 
Broome st. 
do 

West Broadway, from Chambers to Dey st, 
do do 

do do 

do do 

do do 

do do 

do do 

do do 

do do 

do do 

do do 

30th St., from io*h to nth aves. 

Pine St., from Pearl to South st. 

Fletcher st., from South to P*»arl st. 

Margi' al st., bet. io7ih and iioth sts. 

5th ave., bet. 90th and 98th sts. 

West Broadwav. 
do 

do 
do 
do 
Fletcher st., from Pearl to South st. 

do do 

do do 



do 
do 
do 
do 
De Peyster st 
do 
do 
do 



do 
do 
do 
do 



from Water to South sts. 
do 
do 
do 

Greenwich st, from Vesey to Barclay st. 
Pine St., from Pearl to South st. 
West St., from Battery pi. to Gansevoort st. 
do do 

do do 

do do 

do do 

do do 

do do 



do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



do do 

West Broadway, from Chambers to Vesey sts. 
do do 

do do 

do do 

do do 

do do 

West St., from Battery pi. to Greenwich st. 
155th St., from St. Nicholas place to Macomb's 

Dam road. 
Hawthorne St., from Seaman to Amsterdam ave. 
do do 

do cio 

do -»" 

do 
do 



\ 



112 



Schedule i—Assessment Proceedings. 



When 
Commenced. 


Petitioners. 


AsSR.SSMENr FOR 


Location' of Work. 


Dec. 27, 

" 89. 

" 30, 
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" 30. 
** 10. 


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Curbing and flagging. 
PaviofiT 


- 
Hawthorne St.. from Seaman to Amsterdam ave 


Kip, Sarah Ann, et al., ex- 
ecu cors of A.dam W. Spies. 

Dunn, George P 

Arthur Comoanv 


West Broadway, from Chambers to Dey st. 

Oliver st. , from Cherry to South st. 
Front st . from Whitehall to Roosevelt st. 


do 


do 


Bangs, Francis S 


do 


do do 


Bronson, Alice W 


do 


do do 


Farmers Loan and Trust Co. 

Frobriand, Mary de 

Hamilton. Clare 


do 


do do 


*' 30, 
** 30. 


do 


do do 


do 


do do 


Hubbard, Mary H 


do 


do do 


** 30. 


Man, William 

Smith. William H 


do 


do do 


** '^O. 


do 


do do 


" 30. 


White, Matilda W 


do 


do do 


BishoD. r . V. C ............. 


do 


Catharine st., from Cherry to South st. 
Cherry st., from Jackson to East st. 


** 30, 


Baillie, Samuel 


do 














CLAIMS 





Ju?r Damages to Premises by Change of Grade of Certain Streets in the Twenty -third and Twenty* 

fourth Wards ^ filed pursuant to Chapter 537 of the Laws of 1893. 



Regis- 
ter AND 
Claim 
No. 





SchaefFer, Margaret 

Konemann, Adolph and Louisa. 

Fuchs, Geoi^e 

Schniid, F.J. 

Fischer, Jacob 



Turner, Margaret 

Maiburger, J ustina 

Federer, Louis 

Judge, Owen 

Muller, Frederick A 

Schied, Caspar 

Seiter, Barbara A 

Stelzer, Frederick and Maria.. 

Bartels, Gustav and Maria 

Schemiger, Michael and Anna. 

Walter, Louisa 

Egbert, Philip and Mary 

Lewkowitz, Isidor 

Wilker, Henry 



Street or Avenue. 



20 
21 
22 

23 : 

24 ; 

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27 

28 

29 

30 ; 

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33 : 
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35 
36 
37 
38 



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91 July 

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Aug. 



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II. 
II, 
II. 
II, 
II, 
II, 
II, 
II, 
II, 
II, 

XI, 

II. 
II, 
II, 
II, 
II, 

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Bulraan, Arthur 

Zorn, Barbara 

Vogt, Mary 

Klemann, Peter 

Magan, Richard F 

Warren, George W 

Doelle, Catherine 

Doelle, Frederick H. and Emma. . . 

Krebs, Charles 

Wiener, Bernardina 

Hergenwe her, Edward and Maria. 

Schmidt, Mary , . 

Holmer, Jokn and Paulina 

White, Charles H 

Rehbock, Catherine 

Soutter, John M 

Paul, John 

Quigley, Thomas 

Sturzenegger, Regina 



McDermott, Michael J., as executor, etc 

Kelly, Ellen 

Paulson, Jacob F 

Eichwort, Louis 

Simmert, Edward A 

Weed, Benjamin 

Varian, Alfred 

Bryant, David H 

Reilly, Richard 

I Wolfarth, William F. A 



iS7th St., between Elton and Melrose aves. 
157th St., between Melrose and Courtlandt aves. 
157th St., between Elton and Melrose aves. 
157th St., between Courtlandt and Railroad aves. 
157th St. and Courtlandt ave., between Melrose 

and Railroad aves. 
157th St., between Elton and Melrose aves. 

do do 

iS7th St., between Melrose and Courtlandt aves. 
157th St., between Elton and Melrose aves. 
157th St., between Melrose and Courtlandt aves. 
157th St., between Courtlandt and Railroad aves. 

do do J 

157th St., between Courtlandt and Ra Iroad aves. 
157th St., between Melrose and Courtlandt aves. 
do do 

do do 

i57lh St., between Elton and Melrose aves. 

do do 

157th St. and Courtlandt ave., between Melrose 

and Railroad aves. 
157th St., between Melrose and Courtlandt aves. 
do do 

do do 

157th It., between Elton and Melrose aves. 

do do 

T57th St., between Courtlandt and Railroad aves. 
157th St., between Melrose and Courtlandt aves. 
157th St., between Courtlandt and Ra Iroad aves. 
J57th St., between Melrose an! Courtlandt aves. 
157th St., between Elton and Melrose aves. 
157th St., between Melrose and Courtlandt aves. 

do do 

157th St., between Courtlandt and Railroad aves. 
t57th St., between Elton and Melrose aves. 

d« do 

157th St., between Melrose and Courtlandt aves. 
T57th St., between Elton and Melrose aves. 

do do 

tS/th St., between Elton and Melrose aves. and 

Courtlandt and Railroad aves. 
Railroad or Vanderbilt ave. 

East Vanderbilt ave., between i68th and 169th sis. 
Fremont ave. 
Vanderbilt ave. 
Z44th St. 

Willow ave., 135th and 136th sts 
Z44th St. 

do 
[52d St. 
Courtlandt ave., between iS7th and 158th sts. 



"3 

Schedule i— Claims, Chapter 537, Laws of 1893. 



Regis- 
ter AND 
Claim 

No. 

152 
153 
177 
179 
181 
183 
184 
185 
187 
188 
190 

195 
196 

197 

250 

287 

310 

313 
316 

317 
318 

327 
337 
338 

339 
358 
360 
361 
362 

363 
3^4 
366 

367 
368 

369 
370 

403 
407 

408 

411 

414 
41S 
416 

417 
418 

419 
420 
421 
422 
427 
428 
429 

430 
431 
432 
433 
434 
435 
436 
452 



459 
475 
476 

477 

479 
480 

481 

492 

493 
495 
497 
504 




Street or Avenue. 



Aug. 21, 
21. 
23. 
23. 
23. 
23. 
23. 
2;, 
26. 
26. 
26, 
26. 
26, 

Sept. 8, 

13. 

16. 

16, 
16, 
16. 
16, 
18, 
19. 
»9. 
19. 
19. 
19. 
19. 
19. 
19. 
19. 
19. 
19. 
19. 

'9. 

20, 

23- 
23. 
23. 
23, 
23. 
23. 
23. 
23. 
23. 
23. 
23. 
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28, 
28, 
28, 
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28, 
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28, 
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9. 

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iQuinn, Margaret 

JKahrs, Gustav 

j Kurzi, Emilie 

Huff, Mrs. Georgiana T 

Ehlers, Herman H 

DaYis, Elizabeth J 

Hartman, Juscina 

Kapp, Katherin« £ 

Lochr, Catharine 

Bee. John 

Albert, Elizabeth 

Moore, Mary 

Haardt, Charles and Johanna. 

Conroy, Michael 

I Klopfer, Louis 

I Martin, Katharine 

I fiecker, Michael J 

id , 



Rousseau, Davi 
j Eder, Christopher 

Fitzsimmons, Ehza 

Vett, Catharine 

Eusner, Romanus and Helena 

Sass, Ernest 

I MacKewen, Ellen 

Klynn, Daniel 

^Gilbert, Sarah E 

jConover, Lawrence V 

Brandi, Antonio 

' Kolman, John 

j Conover, Laurence V 

I Egan, Joseph 

> Brandt, Diedrich 

I May, Adam 

Haflfen, John and Matthias 

1 Mcllroy, Alida 

' Siers, Frank 

Stoker, Richard 

! Wochling, Charles H. and Helena W. 

Woehling, Helena W 

Kramer, Mary, and Margaret Hicks. 

Schweebius, George 

Duffy, Samuel E 

McDade, Eleanor 

Williams, Edward G 

Braun, Frederick 

Voute, Margaret and Matthew 

Schmitt, Florian and Anna 

Zundel, Eliza 

Bauer, Matthias 

Kenny, Johanna C 

Hearly, John 

Mohan, Ellen 

Norz, Martin 

McSorley , j ames 

Grant, John C 

De La Mare, Ann 

Spalth, Ann E 

Bussing, Amanda 

Spalth, Anna E 

White, Charles T., Catharme Lyna, 
and Joseph P. Lyna, heirs-at-law ol 

James Lyna, deceased 

j Mulligan, Agnes K 

j Lockwood, Isaac S 

! Sinclair, Catharine E 

: Platz, O tto 

I Gaynor, Emma 

I Holder, Emma J 

I Robinson, Mary Emma 

,Naughton, Annio, executrix of Eliza 

' Naughton, deceased 

! Fitzsimons, Mary 

I Siothers, Mary J 

I Francolini Guisseppe 

Starbuck, Charles L., and Walter E. 
Andrews 

Elliott, Richmond B., as executor of J. 
) Elliott 

Geismann, Moise 

do 

do 



East 157th St. 
East 173d St. 
East 153 d St. 
East 138th St. 
Railroad ave.. East. 
Railroad (now Brook) ave. 
East 153d St. 
Brook ave. 
East i5zst St. 

East 149th St., between 3d and Railroad aves. 
153d St. 
Spencer pL 
East 153d St. 
175th St. 

Vanderbilt ave.. West, 
East 165th St. 
East 153d St. 
Railroad ave.. East. 
153d St 
East 148th St. 
EUist 153d St. 
Washington ave. 
Vanderbilt ave. 
do 
do 

Williamsbridge road. 
East i62d St. 
Williamsbridge road. 
East 164th St. 
East i6i-;t st. 
blast i48ih st. 
156th St. 
P^st 153d st. 
East 148th St. 
East 144th St. 

Railroad ave., between 176th and 177th sts. 
Brook ave. 
Railroad ave.. West. 

do 
Webster ave. 
153d St., East. 
Pclham ave. 
East 179th St. 
East 169th St. 
East 153d St. 

do 

do 

do 

do 
150th St. 

do 
East 144th St. 

do 
148th St. 
East 156th St. 
East i42d St. 
Washington ave. 
Williamsbridge road. 
East 1 66th st. 
Brook ave. 



'175th St. 

' Court landt ave. 

Railroad ave., Eisi. 

East 149th St. 
[East 165th St. 

East i79ih st. 
I East 148th St. 
• German pi. 



East 148th St. 
'148th St. 
Stati(m pi. 
Washington ave. 

144th St. 

Brook ave. 
Bergen ave. 
R:\\\road ave. , ^9lsX 



114 



Schedule i — Claims, Chapter 537, Laws of 1893. 



Regis- 
ter AND 
Claim 

No. 

535 
536 

539 
540 

541 

542 

543 
544 
545 
546 
547 
548 
554 

562 

563 

564 

565 
566 

567 
568 

569 
570 
571 



572 
573 
574 

575 
576 
577 
594 
596 

597 

599 
609 

610 

617 

618 

619 ; 

625 i 

626 ■ 

627 ' 

628 ! 

629 I 

630 . 

631 . 
632 

633 ■ 

634 i 

635 

636 , 

637 ' 

6,8 . 

639 \ 

640 I 

641 i 

642 I 
643 
644 

645 
646 
647 
648 

649 ; 
650 ■ 

651 

652 . 

653 , 

654 ' 

655 ' 
656 

6«:7 ) 




Name. 



Street or Avenue. 



Geismann, Moise 'East i6ist st. 

do St. Ann's ave. 



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Eagle ave. 
East 169th St. 



road. 



Smith, Fannie 

jWeisborn, George. 
'Lotz, Gertrude, 
Peter Lojz _ 

Mead, John L Bergen ave. 

Fossing, Frank A I East 156th st. 

Parshall, James L \ East 167th st. 

Geisser, Otto A I fc,agle ave. 

Morrison, Kliza E j Williamsbridge 

Jackson, Sarah ^d ave. 

Weill, Amelia :East 153d st. 

Mayer, David, as executor of GabrielVanderbilt ave., East 
Mayer, deceased. 

Reuter, Doris 

Gates, Ephraim C. 

jFleig, Kate | Ragle ave. 

Steeves, John F .^ Railroad ave. 

'Miner, Jacob G Eagle ave. 

iNoha, Mary < do 

[ Adlong, Ferdinand i Robbins ave. 

iSchucssler, Ferdinand German place. 



Railroad ave. 
do 



East. 



East, 



iDurr, George 

: Cunningham, Christopher D., executor 
of estate of Michael Cunningham, 
deceased 

I Hunt, Eleanor 

jHickey, Maria 

I Ek:kel, Philip : 

Stey, Frank J 

Doherty, Thomas 

Vaughn, Annie A 

Martin, T. Dwight 



do 
John St. 



East I Cist St. 
Eagle ave. 
East i6oth St. 
East 153d St. 
Kast 137th St. 
East i36ih st. 
East i6ist St. 



Wehrum, Charles C, and Charles W. Vanderbilt ave. 

Alcott I 

■Wehrum, Charles C, and Charles W. Rider ave. 

i Alcott j 

Havecker, Cord East 137th st. 

Clocke, Euretta L Washington ave. 

jLcwis, Sarah H [ do 

Sheehan, Michael Eagle ave. 

Nolan, Thomas and Mary Nolan East 137th st. 

,Curedale, Mary ' do 

Klemann, Peter East 157th st. 

Soutter, John M do 

Scheringer, Michael and Anna Scher- do 

inger 

Schmidt, Mary do 

Sturzenegger, Regina do 

Konemann, Adolph and Louisa Kone- do 

' mann 

•Paseneker, Christopher 1 do 

Turner, Margaret do 

Wiener, Bernardina do 

Zorn, John, as executor of Barbara Zorn, do 

' deceased [ 

White, Charles H I do 

Vogt. Mary T i do 

Qiiii;ley , Ttiomas | do 

Wilker, Henry 1 do 

Lewkowitz, Isidor ' do 

Rehbock, Catharina do 

Schied, Caspar , do 

Hulnian, Arthur [ do 

Mnrbcrger, Justina do 

Magan, Richard F do 

Hartels, Gustav and Sophia Bartels ,...' do 

Paul, John do 

Doellc, Catherine do 

Gutknecht, Katharina Grove st. 

Egbert, Philip and Mary Egbert East 157111 st. 

Fcderer, L' uisand Mary Fcderer do 

Stelzcr, Maria do 

Fischer, Jacob do 

Fuchs, George i do 

Hergenrother, Edward, and Maria Her- do 

g<;nrother ' 

Holmer, John do 

Judge, Owen do 

Krebs, Magdalena, and Louisa Walter . . do 



115 



Schedule i — Claims, Chapter 537, Laws of 1893. 



Regis- | 

TER AND 

Claim 

No. 



Date. 



Name. 



Street or Avenie. 



659 

666 
667 

668 

669 

678 

679 
680 
681 
682 
684 
6qo 
692 
702 

703 

704 
705 

706 

707 
7c8 

709 

710 

711 
712 

713 
7M 

715 

716 

717 
718 
719 
720 
721 



722 

723 
7?4 

725 
726 
727 
728 

729 
730 

731 
732 
733 
734 
735 

736 

737 

738 

739 
740 

741 

742 

743 



744 
745 
746 

747 
748 

749 
750 

751 



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Nov. 10, 1893 Marnardy, Elizabeth, et al., heirs, etc., E^st i57ih st. 

I of H<nrv Schafer, deceased j 

^3' " Byrne, James I do 

14, " 'Bedell, Edwin, executor of estate oi'f^ast 175th st. 

i William A. Bedell I 

14, " lEndler, George A., administrator of' East 153d st. 

I Mary C. Endler, deceased 1 

Farrell, William, Mary Farrell, D. East 137th st. 



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sickles Farrell and Arthur Farrell,, 
heirs of Elizabeth Farrell, deceased., 

Whitaker, John, and Herbert Rich- .East 136th st. 
mond I 

Fwomey, Catharine C East 137th st. 

iRinschlcr, Anton and Jacob Riehl 'Eagle ave. 

■ Mott Haven Co jStreets and ave. in 23d and 24th Wards. 

Murray, C. B |St. Ann's ave. 

Clark, Jnmes East x^6th st. 

Irving, Catharine | Vanderhilt ave. 

Miller. William R ' do 

Fritz, Christian, and Caroline F'ritz. . . . 'P3ast i4i'-t st. 
'O'Connor, ( George W., and Jennie iWilliamsbridge road. 
I O'Connor 1 

Neil. James P'.ast 141st st. 

iDownes, Sarah J., Harriet A, Purdyjllrook and Railroad avcs. 

j and W. St<?bbins .imith 

|Downf?--, Sarah J., Harriet A. Purdv Brook and Railroad aves. and 163d st. 
, and W. Stebbins Smith ! 

O'Downes, Joseph Vanderbilt ave. 

Uowiics. Sarah J., Hirrict A. Puidy North and Carter aves. and 173d st, 
' and W. Stebbins Smith 

Downes. .Sarah J., Harriet A. Purely Washington ave. and East 163d st. 
and W, Stebbins Smith j 

Downc's, Sarah J., Harriet A. Purdy'East 168th st. 
and W. Stebbins ^imith, 



Smith, W. Stebbins 

do 

i do 

I do • 

i Purdy, Ha rriet A 

Berndt,E^a D. B 

I do 

' Allison, Mary E , 

I Byrnes. Patrick 

i Rraght, Catharine , 

iBurgman, Mary A., Harry C. Bure 
I man, and other heirs at law of Al 

i bert F. Burgman, deceased 

j Brandt, Diedrich, executor j do 

, Besenier, Maria E 1 164th st. 

I Borden, Josephine F '. 1 i66lh st. 

jCampbell, Annie F Home st. 

I Cauldwell, Eliza E i66th st. 

Cooper, Howard, and Benjamin Bolton 13d ave. 
jDyer, Ann E., as administratrix of' do 
John Dyer, deceased ! 

Eymmer. Matthew i do 

Falk, Louis 1 165th st, 

do I ao 

Falk, Louis | do 

Feeley, William C : do 

Greene, John H '148th st. 

Ga Nun, Alfred M. and Mary L. Ga Home st. 
Nun I 

Heimberger, Kalherinc 1 3<1 .we. 

Heiiser, Jus' ina \ do 

I Hill man, Richard 3d ave. 

iHillebrecht, Louisa Bergen ave. 

iHcnry, Edward 164th st. 

I Horpfner, ( Jev)rge and others do 

'Higgins, George ! 136th st. 

iThe Rector, C lurch Wardens and Ves- i6oth st. 
trymen of the Church of the Holy 

Faith 

iKahl, Susan Frentcl ! Bergen ave. 

iKummerle, Frederick 167th st. 

Lundholm, Anno i37ih st. 

Lenihan, William 148111 st. 

iLahn, Elizabeth '170th st. 

I Lang, I-.liz ibeth i64tli st. 

jNimphius, John, Jr Bergen ave. 

do I do 



Railroad ave.. East, formerly Terrace place. 

Prospect and Anthony aves. 

Fast 165th St. 

East isSih St. 

Bergen ave. 

170th St. 

do 
i6ist St. 
3d ave. 
148th St. 
do 



Ji6 
SCHEiiuLE I -Claims, Chapter 537, Laws of 1893. 



) N™phms,John, )r. 



Ward, Mary Louise.. 

Roaiiuii, Idhn 

LfHTO.wmuuaH.. 
Hfflman. Laora A... 
Goeller, Geai« C... 
" ■|t. CihiiiSne, >t 
._of JohnB. Hocli 

Mechi. GuhKine 

TaK.ALb<n,andHcni 
Kmchxin, Ronald.... 

R.iiuchler.AaIon 



Miller. Buban... 

Kail, Robert 

Kichorer, John . . . 
'tiiaulti,l<eruval. 



^ilmdnve. 
Ebm i67ih It. 



::a5,'.U.. 



Raymond, George 

V.Morris 

Bircball. Laiiisa K 
Hanr^han, Ellin . 
HolkmaD.AiiBiM 
iSchlnmineer. Ftan 
'Monks, W,H ,.., 
iMuwell, Sarah.... 
IMcKcJxiuBt Mar:^... 



..;Euti49[h St., between Mori 



117 

Schedule i — Claims, Chapter 537, Laws of 1893. 



Regis- 
ter AND 
Claim 
No. 




857 
858 

859 

860 
861 
862 
863 
864 
867 
869 
870 

871 
873 
874 

875 
876 
S77 

879 
887 
889 
891 
892 
893 
894 
895 
897 

899 

9CX3 

901 
902 

903 
904 

905 

906 

908 
909 

911 

9x6 

917 

gi8 
919 
920 
921 
922 

923 
924 
925 
926 
927 
929 
930 

931 
932 

933 
934 
935 
93'> 
937 
938 

939 
940 



941 



942 

943 I 

944 ! 



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Street or Avenue. 



Thomas, James F East x55th st. 

Turney, Frances E jEast 159th st. 

Perry, Charles B. and Henry D. Tiffany, I Southern Boulevard. 

executors, etc., of Isabel T. Perry. . . . | 

Tiffany, Henry D | do 

Tiffany, Mary L | do 

Whaten, William T. B , Vanderbilt avc.. West, and Webster ave. 

American Express Co Welch St., between Vanderbilt and Webster aves. 

i Schneider, Christian East 159th st. 

Baer, Frederick ; Berf en ave. 

Behler, Magdalena ! T48th st. 

Brugman. Mary A. and others, heirs of'Southern Boulevard, St. Joseph St., Concord and 

Francis F. Brugman Wales aves. 

Beaman, Ellen jSt. Ann's ave. 

Bull, E.C |i36thst. 

Carey, Arthur Astor, individually, ana Bergen ave. 

as executor of Henry Astor Carey. . . I 

Clark, James C ' E^gle ave. 

Cooper, Henry C ; German place. 

Cordes, Frederick St. Ann's ave. 

Doyle, Mary F Si. Ann's ave. 

Ferguson, Arietta E Eagle ave. 

Gearty, James. . I cr 

Gross, Bridget ' 149th st. 

Glacius, George C ' do 

Holcombe, Charles C 1 Bergen ave. 

Juch, Wilhelmina , do 

Jones, John W ! Vanderbilt ave.. East. 

Lang, George ' Bergen ave. 

Metz, William EAgle ave. 

Metz, William and Lucretia ' do 

McCarthy, Ann : do 

Nitch, Mary i48lh st. 

Olsson, Anarew St. Ann's ave. 

Usson, Andrew do 

Roos, Joseph German place. 

Russell, Mary Hudson Home st. and Union ave. 

Swift, Gustavus F., and Edwm C. Swift, . • Bergen ave. 
Schnabel, Mary, Cecilia Stripling, Louisa do 

Kalsch and Louis Schnabel '■ 

Steinhardt, Benjamin ; ircth st. 

Archer, Mary, and others, heirs-at-law Westchester and St. Ann's aves, 

of Jurois Archer 1 

Lyon, Charles B East 184th st. 

Ingraham, Victoria L | do 

Goldschmid, Oito 1 do 

Falls, Thomas | j do 

De Gaetano, Gloconio do 

Lassingleithner. Elizabeth >. Elton ave. 

Geelan, Bridget East i4Slh 

Mulledy, Thomas H . . . . ^ 

Weibert, Charles b^st 155th 

De Nobtiga, A Elton ave. 

do Washington ave. 

Razewski, Emihe : Vanderbilt ave.. West. 

Stein, Louisa | Elton ave. 

Butler, Louisa | do 

Negeman, J do 

Sindick, Margaret 'East 145th st. or Lane avc. 



St. or Lane ave. 
do 

St. 



Murphy, Simon. 

Weisler, Bernardina 

Kromm, Adam 

Messerschmidt, Josephine 

Brown, Francesca A 

Yoran, Frank , 



do 
Elton ave. 

do 

do 

do 
i62d St. and Vanderbilt ave. 



Morris, WiUianr H., A. Newbold Mor-i Vanderbilt ave.. West, Clay and Brook aves., and 



ris, Augusta M. De Pcysterand Juliet 
M. Livingston 

Morns, William H., A. Newbold Mor- 
ris, Augusta M. De Peyster and Juliet 
M. Livingston 

Babcock, Hamlin 

Duff. Michael 

De Vinne, Emma E., and Francis A. 
De Vinne 

Fitzgerald, Mary A 



Gillier, Zeline I Vanderbilt ave.. East 



i66th, 167th, i68th and 169th sts. 

Vanderbilt ave,, ^Vest, Clay and Brook aves., x66th, 
i67ih, i68th and 169th sts., and Teller, Sherman, 
Sheridan and Grant aves. 

Southern Boulevard, 3d ave. and X34th st. 

Westchester ave., between Bergen and Brook aves, 

i6ist St. and Grant ave. 

Brook ave. 



Hughes, Catharine 
Hammer, Louise, ct al . . . . 

Kelly, Mary , 

Messerschmidts Magdalena 



149th St., between Morris and Courtlandt aves. 
Brook ave., and 3d ave. and i6ist st. 
East 149th St., between Morris aadCovw^^-*^*^ 
East x56th St., beitw^eci CoivniXdaA^. va^ 



ii8 



Schedule i— Claims, Chapter 537, Laws of 1893. 



Regis- 
ter AND 
Claim 

No. 



952 
953 

954 

955 
956 

957 

958 

959 
960 

961 

962 
967 
968 

9^9 
970 



Date. 



Dec. 
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7, 1893 ' Miller, Helen G Coiirtlandt ave. 

7, " lOuthout, William 156th St., between Railroad ave., East, and Court- 

I landt ave. 

7, " Shepperd, Francis Kingsbridge road, between Webster ave. and New 

I \ York and Harlem Railroad. 

' 'Sass, Ernest i62d St., between 3d and Brook aves. 

' Walter, Richard Railroad ave., Elast. 



7. 
7. 
7. 
7. 
7. 
7. 
7. 

7. 

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18. 






i8g4 



Blernesser, Benedict 

Grogan, Nora 

Haskin, John B 

do 

do 



Robinson, E. Randolph. . . 

Volkenburg, A. B 

DuflF, Alexander D., et al 

Smith, Nelson, Jr 

Montfort, William H 



3d ave. 

do 
North 3d ave. 

do 
Pelhamave., Kingsbridge road and Vanderbilt ave.. 

West. 
156th St. 
173d St. 
Railroad ave. 
Brook ave. 
Vanderbilt ave. 



RECAPITULATION. 

*Common law actions on contract 996 

Common law actions on tort 482 

Equity suits 406 

Actions in which the summons only has been served 422 

Certiorari proceedings .... 282 

Mandamus proceedings 75. 

Proceedings to vacate assessments 641 

Condemnation proceedings (other than street openings) 129- 

Award proceedings 56 

Miscellaneous proceedings i& 

Claims filed under chapter 537 of tne Laws of 1893 418 

Total 3,925 



* 95 of these actions are for rebate of excise license fees. 



Schedule 2. 

LIST OF ACTIONS AND SPECIAL PROCEEDINGS BEGUN DURING THE YEAR, 

WITH A RECAPITULATION. 



Court. 



Supreme 



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1897. 
Jan. 2 



...I52 


427 


...i 52 

1 


428 


... 51 


364 


. .. 51 


364 


...' 5t 


?65 


... 51 


365 


... 51 


366 


. .. 51 


366 


... 51 


367 


. .. 51 


367 


. .. 51 


^6B 


... 51 


368 


... 51 


369 


... 5' 


369 


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370 


. .. 52 


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Title of Action. 



Perkins, Hosea B. (ex rel.), vs. 

I TheCi'inptroller 

I Knickerbocker Ice Co. (ex rel.) 

i vs. The Comptro'ler 

I Lamb, fames A 



Nature of Action. 



of 



of 



Runge, August F 

Kni^hi, George W 

Ulrich. John B 

Pyke, Harry 

Clirk, Isaac 

Morris, Abraham I 

(ierkeii, Diedrick 

Neise, Benjamin 

Nunez, Pedro 

Ellis, William R 

Meitzell, (leorge 

Martin, German 

Danziger, Samuel 

Malone, James T 



Mandamus to compel payment of amount 

assessment paid for 12th ave. opening. 
Mandamus to compel payment of amount 

assessment paid for 12th ave. opening. 
ForSalaty as Special Commissioner of Jurors, 
Clerks, Typewriters, etc., for Dec, 1896, 
$1,712.35. 
For rebate of excise license fee, f 107.41. 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 
For salary 



do 




3.84. 


do 




42.20. 


do 




69.05. 


do 




94.42. 


do 




75.08. 


do 




105.26. 


do 




67.95- 


do 




97.00. 


do 




39-93. 


do 




45.49- 


do 




63.12. 


do 




169.25. 


as Assistant 


Clerk 


in Coroner^ 


Dec, 1896, $12 


5- 





COUST 


Fol"o. 'me'I^e'd. 


Title op Action. 


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5. 370 Jan. 4 

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5t 378 ;; 4 

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il 38 1 ■; 1 

SI 36^ ;; I 

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Cobe, KvaM 


do do 87,M. 




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do do 34,36. 




































do do 4S.48- 






















do do ,67,04. 

da do 41:6s-* 
do do LJ. 




g.!»^&''n*F;,*«iano,*h.r 
j"ligher!''pa'ri'ck, and another. 










do do ,06.04. 
do do 90,,a. 










,. 


Chid Ch ri A 
























Amow, Richard N 


For salary as Justice ol riih Dlatnct Court for 

Dec. 1896, (joo. 
For salary as Deputy Clerk o< ,aih District 

Court for Dec., 1896. »aso. 
For salary as Stenographer of Iftb Distnct 

Court for liec, 1816,1,66,66. 
For salary as Interpreter of ijlh District Court 

for Dec, ,8;^, » '0. 
For salary as AlteiidanI of tlth District Court 

for Dec. ,896, »8).}i. 


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., 






, 


,. 




.. 




Fo"sala^'a\^an^or"r ,aih District Court for 

For s^Jary » De'puly Clerk of Court of General 

For silary as Justice of lath District Court for 

For'Sia^p ii*ct?rk of ijth District Court (or 
Dec, ,896, JlasD, 

Court for Dec, i89e,Uso. 
For salary as Stenographer for 13th District 

For salary as Interpreter of 13th District Court 

for Dec, ,806,1,00. 
For salary as Attendant of 13th District Court 

lor Dec, 1*06, 483.33 
For sa'ary as Attendant of ,3Th District Court 

for Dec, ,696, 183,33, 
For salary as Jaoitot of i3lh District Court for 

Dec. ,896. t7^. 
For salary as Stenographer to Board of Com. 
























R h ■ M 


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McCarr- k Th 


.. 












son ave. and ,sth St,. !6o. 




Bell, Harry W., Ys.The Mayor 
etc., Louis Catiaberry et >1. . . 


ending Dec D,,BA»6aS. 
To foreclose 1 eo under conttacl (i>- 

a.c and J.Ton« K., ti.ot&.'iv 



I20 

Schedule i—(Cimtinueii]. 



Co™. 


f"io. 


c^™ 


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N.,u«.o,Ac... 


Sn^... 


(.1)3.3 
(.ll3'S 

In 

5' 39° 

S' 39' 
SI 191 

S> 39= 


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E 


Cooreen, Alfred C.dnre] 

Morgan. Thnmas, =i=cutor, elc 




" 


Couiien, Alfred Clin re) 

Munroe, Henry W. [ex rel.).*! 


'' P«rl'lo1^™""' '" """ "■ ■"''"'■ ''™' 


" ... 


Graff, William T. l^i rel.], ys 


FoJ'rebate'of ■ °Mi"riiccnM fe=, Ss3-9o. 






.' ... 




" ::: 


^aw,'Ricli™M.'(exrel.)","« 
The Comptroller 

Smith, ««ienB.. vs. Henry B 
Weielmio and wife. The 


Mandamiis to compel refunding of amount paid 
To forecloic a' mortgage. ' 






For rebate of eicise liceose fee, (56.90. 










" - 


Snyder. VfdentiiB- K. and .nolh.r 


do do 8,,7S.;s. 


■■ ... 


Henry Elas Brewing Co 


do do 1.846. JO. 

t t » 

do do S6.TO' 






:* ::: 


Gle«on,John> 

O'Brien. WmEam 










Allaire, Williim, ind unolher... 
Thompwn. Wiltom 


do do 90.00. 
To recover amount of assessment paid for pjvii« 
Vaiick St., bet. Franklin and Carmine sts.. 
*34S.''3. 


«lJud.Di>t. 
SBpreme... 


PJmer,John, v.. JohnF. Harriot 


and laethslj.undeygrouoddrsias, 1480. ' 
To replevin w.ldh anJ chain valued at I75. 

For an award made for properly taken for a 
school site at Ea« Broaivay, Heary and 
Scammcl «s , S,o,877.3o. 

For an award made for property taken for a 


H,W. Willi.. 



8 Dryfou.'Alphonse do do, i3o.6S. 

B Lnnder. Wjler do do .44.35. 

8 ^^chloMer, r«>pold W do do m4.3^ 

8 CtimminsJohn | di do s,.i. 

8 Me>'eri, &^urice j do do 50.96. 

8 IPeck.'jnleB....'.'.''.".'.*^'.".',".'.'.'.'.'' do do It^'. 

a ker, Margaret, and Elias Striker, 'Suit for partition of certain real esuie. 

Ti.TheJIayor, elc, «al 

g Tywn, I-aac C. (ei rel.), vs. The Mindamut 10 compel payment of relator's sal- 
' ' Comptroller, elq ory as Roundiman, from Aug. 10 Dec., 1S96, 



and Georgu Summon: 



t.' Frederick!; 



■•tx. 



5 .Cobe. lii-r 
I Hii^hhaii 



inn'en, Christ 
D.^ini & Hon 



121 

Schedule t—{Conliimed ). 



c»„. 


RKCIB. Wh.H 
TEa COH- 


T.r.or.„t„.. 


.„„a..A...«. 


s.,™,.... 


ll.ije? 
S3 " 

SI 409 

5' 4°!. 

H 1 

5> 4S8 


jiS";. 


Gnnainit. John B.. ■• KlitEnee 


For teiairs made at fite-cneine houses and at 

Certiorari to review ptoceedings in the removal 

To Tacale aiHHment Ibr paving James si., Inm 
Fees (or sieoographic mioutPt lumiihed to Dii- 
M undimu^ w'c[.^'pe"»''^u m«i t o1>tiUtor to 

For payner nl a.ard made For property taken 
for a public school site at Kjst Broadway, 
Henry and Scammcl Mi.. ti7,5«>. 

. I'ortclo.* lien imiler conlrnet for layinj main 
'. n, Shall No. >s, New Aqnednci. lo Eu>k b 

r,n.ba«o.e.eiscl,cen«fee,(M,,„. 

d° do ^";^ 

Far an award n»de for properly taken Inr 1 
jthoDl sile on Sheriff an-l Broome »fi„ Iij.odo. 
Sumin.:ni only strved, 

Cerlioriili to revkw tlie remnv^i of tslalor from 
Itie l-«e. 

Fees for inspection ol WHghn and meanires, (I. 

reguLiiioe. etc., lit ave., from gad lo logth 
Fo"vS!i?e';,f ex.;i« licen^^ fee. i5S.,i. 
do d" *"■*'■ 
do do X^'i 

do do "is?: 

from U^iiik to Ganscvoon St. ' 

Damages for perianal ininriE^s by beinir knocked 
down by carl owned ^ City at „oih st.and 

r.i replevin ce.u<in gm.ds valued at U75. 

For an award for parcel. No., 16 and id Berry 

^,. fcum L'.ngwDrid to I.ahiyelte ave. 
Dainaijes for ueraumil injuries citucJ iiy falling 

in hole in Fait ijd it., bot,i-t ave. and Kail 

river, on AuB..n, 1896,1,5,0^0. 
Certiorari lo review the removal of relator froB 

the force. 




DempKy. lohn I. In rel ), n 
ChiirlA i(. T. Cotti>, C^mmi. 
rionerof Public Works 

Fnuer, Mary I.., ei al, (In te|. . 




"Mwrd cT^BrlCT^t al,; DeS 




De Lone. Arthur D , E. Minnie 
lllinaworth and Enily J, lit 

AlHeH. Pa^qii,::' 

cetiiHXn. .,■ " ■ 
Hynn,Ed^arl N 


". 


E..le, The<.dore 


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DMciier.jDhn 










..■Jnd.Disl 


Naiemeyer, Henry F 

TownKnd.JcAn 

Har.il, lame. M- fr.. rel,'. v- 
The Board Df P^licr; Conimis 

Well, peter, Adoiph'Wnil', P^li.r 








Jjjnj., Andrtw U 




;; .6 

" Is 




" 


ai';t±"'---'-"---;-' 


:;; 




PilerMn, Ernst, and anu 

Wirlnn. Lliederich 

Cnitcrt. San.h 1.., M.-trcnreU 
Fr-der.ck A. and William E 

Culbert,'deceaivd (In re) '. 

HaHcer.LeQ F 

Cappelle. Albert, vs.John F. Har- 






Uamuier, MidUill {Matter eij . . . 
^ The Bii.rt°o?Poi!'™ Comn.'^- 




'mte^iner™f i-^bllc W^. .'."^ 
Reilmia, Joieph (ex rel.), vi. 


latora permit to take of covering, overvatilla 
at 6d-6^ Liberty St. 

the force. 




Williain Peter Biewini Co 


For teba« of endse license fee, »6<i.98. 


" - 


Rl^n,Jac.AlND.^......,... 


t do ,,ni": 


" ... 




do do ,.,- 



122 

Schedule 2—(CaHtinHtil). 



& M. Schaefer Slewing Co.|Forr 



Andrew J ] '. '. 



Grady, Jojepb, vj. The'May 



loran. Oenni9W..vt.'nieMsyo 
etc, JohnC Rodgsrs, Wm.. 
Rodgers, Hamillon Bank an 
OHa J.-Sleptlrns 



Ryan, Mallhew 

Sasie, Williani 

Koehlei, £., ACo'!! 



CI. Her 



ly, Tl,cinias F 

s Brewing Co. (Umiud). 
sis' Blowing' Co.' (So'.'sf. 



the Caie QfMr=. Famine, ts», 

' wS'sItirnd'p^i°ons!'»a7.s75'" 

~or reh <te of exciic licenis fee, li6a.;s. 



lit: 



■I Itn: 

I SI 

1 the Villie of » 



: of the Peace bi the Town ol 
U^icen5efee,ti,3;S.66. 



123 
Schedule i— (Cew/iw 



c„. 


Rtea- 


CwT 


i™ „.„,... 


n™„,.™.. 


>dJud.Diit. 


S3 *» 

SI 4S 
S3 )B 

ii 3 

5. 4"8 

SJ «33 

PHI 

if 

ii 1 

51 48 

SI 49 

S3 S3 
S> 464 

i'i 


,2'„ 


W bic H 


Far rebate of eidie Ucenic ice IBa.oo. 


FlaoDelly,Jan.e.,«.Willi.ai H. 


Supreae ... 




For aalary aa Police Justice in the Village ot 

JfinTiJidgerd"™ i™.dmd i"jd Ht. "'"' 

°^,7i^ ^ M'th 'l™and ™t'h'^d "h™r; 

r'^r^'v^^r amount of ..™,„ent»id for pav. 
ing ]>d it., bet. tlh ivi. and firoidway, 

ih<°PD]icero"c.'' 

'ihi™lice''forefc" ° m va re a or 

Fornbale of eiclie llcenic fee, t^r.jj. 


MIJ M A 


.. ... 


Unts Jnhn K., «. Third' Annue 
Railroad Co., Aibbcl P.Filch, 

s.'.W.S.'.'i"-"" 


■• 


Fourth Avenue freibyiertan 

Roh.rti, Jobo (m rel), Yi The 

Halley, Jamei t.. lei rel.J, n. 
The'^Bnrd of Holice i:oi.nii.. 
HOnen 






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S t ,S:3; 














* S K 




;; ai 








ii ;;; 


■' " 


Stehlik. John 

Hickey, Uat.iel 

Weber, Willian, 

Fnchjlother, William 


I I II 






do do J7.5^ 


SSi^-.v. 






do do fl?,63. 
do do .sj.jj. 


Banti, Si^mund ... 

Wdliam Peter Hmwing Co. ( N 0. ■ 










■• 


Fledaaman. Hem.« H.. matter 


^V^'h "a^'" '*'dT°c™ ' "TT ^^"^ 


■■ :: 


New York UninniiT (ex reL| ri. 
Caa(llo!Emi°llo'M!';vs.^"MiJo? 




.. 


Lutjen.. William 

Gaffney. Edward, Ti.The Mayor 


Salaiv a> Janilor of Signal Corp ol i» Brlgada, 
3,t£ .l-and Park .»e*, for Se^. and Oct., .B,?; 

Damajei for penonal injnties caused by the lall 

Danuigufar ^iional iiiJurieicauieU by Ihe EiO 

i«i|fi. la.ooo. 
Dani^icej for perional iniuriis caused by the fall 

of building No. >o7« luadisou ave., Sept. .6, 

1896. (a.ooo. 
Damage'L for pinoaal ininrien cauied by the fall 

.B96. ij,Qoo. 
Damage! (or persoaal injuhei caused by the fall 
of building No. tojS Uadiuu ave., Sept. ad, 
.M. »'.S». 

Damagu for perional mjuries gaiia^I by b^ng 
For rebate of caciie liceoie fee, t'V)-i°- 


ci'y 


Shannon. Lawrence, va. The 




•faynsy. Janiei, VI. Tlie Mnyur 




Breen, John, ts. The Mayor, etc. 




Shannon. Jame., Sr.. v.. llie 


Supreme.. 


Bisr. F.lirabeth, and Jacob Baer 


„ 












do do 64,66. 

For award made on damage lots Nm.Vb" "ml 
791, in the matter ol Ken5vco,VM^*- 








Burit. Isabella U. (Matter Dl). . 



124 
Schedule s — (Cetitinued). 



ng, Loilie. vs. John 

•nbiuj, liidor 

■ ValeDtiDE, MiuEUii.'.M 

I Cie, ThEDFbiliii H., 
Maygr, etc.ChuluH 
«t»l(N(i..) 

Got, Theophilu. H., i 
Mayor, elc,, ChurlM H 
elliJ(No.il 

Cr^e, ThwptiUus H.. vi. The 
H.yor,«c., Charts H.Tiyk 
el«l(No.3) 

Smidi, Carir V. |No. 5) 

Thompmon, John 

Munre.MariaA 

Ollaniin. Lawrence J. ((x rel], v 
The Mnvor, eic, and Commi. 
noncT of Public Works 

Rcichenbarh, Haty 

3 I'oerEc, NichaUi-.p--- -^ 

, Tune, WUIiam 

1 Larrenli, Wilhelm 

J Luhn.John 

S.iferi,l^n.sF.W 

IndiaWhari Brewing Co 

Bru£oher. DaJiieiVNo!!)!*.!.'.'! 

, Hunling, Gmrge 

) Kalia^W. Anne 

Gray, Rntert J., n. The Sixlh 

MHTOpolitin Rulway Ca. a 
TheM3y«,eIc 

Troger, Henry, and another, . . 

Kearns, Bemard T., el al 

Ward.Pflcr.... 

lowp'h FallBtl Brei-ing'cD (L! 

Bulemdinn,' Frederick'.", '.'.'.'.'.'. 

GerltMn, Charlea 

Hecht,Da»id 

Ti«n, Thomas 

Bucheler, Maigaretha 

Bro^. WilliaraA!!!!!!!!".! 

Fenall, Jolin T 

He;ier,Morna , 

Noniian, AUred J , 

\ Ccla^intxato.'.'.'.'.'.'.','.'.'.'.'." 

h-^J\i,K^'... '.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'. 

Kahn, AbRiham 

DeSesa, Nicola 

aaiia. Albert'}'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.. 

. CaffiiaBO, VioeeniD 

; Stillgekiucr, Henri Gtli^ 

^-■larninghaus. Die.rich, adm 
sunior, etc., ot Sophie Schai 

emao, Thomas E., as as^gs 

rnk'n! mIJv! Kohen mVh! 
"0. Edward Haii)on, Ms 
-CanloH (a], Mary Shine, Do 
-fanlcnandATinaHanlon. ., 



Forrcbale cf e«ise !ic™e lee, ||^.». 
Inrednie a morrgage. 



'0? ^a°d made^n^p "ee^ng' w'^'^u^ tide 
to school sile in jad aad sjd sis., »l,Ilo. 

obstructions from the lidewalli of Veaey 11. 



ai CommoD Couudl of Apr. 04, 1894. 

'or rebate of excise license fee, f 108.89, 
do do 3s6.ifi. 



t 1;i:: 



To recover back amoun 



'25 

SCHKDIILE X—(Cm/imted). 
TiTU OF Acno-M. 



i Miller, PcmtH.... 

; Willuiin, Yf. 
u, Chuim W, C 

6 Dilei',"Gc™....?T 



., Dauuiges for personal ioji.riei by trippinp oi 
"--; Jlone u Kiulheiiil cor. of sslh iUand lai 



AnuurdaTnave.la Kinp- 



5 O'Br^n.Joh^.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.. 

1 StDli«nbeiver, Toveph 

; WaUnch.GtocEeandiiiui... 
i Bameit, Sunuil 

6 Gordon, Louifl. ..,,.....,, 
Tompkiof, Cal.in 

Booita. Alfred and Philip, Henry t 
Holl, indlviUuBllj-. andu Iru;- 
leei ol Hejiw Emilv Boolh. 
BtcvtlanBT.KMeiini- - 
Mayor, etc. 

7 lahn KreiiBrswing Co... 

"■ itlciH.T.Collii, Comniii- 



Dod, waiiun (In n 
der, Frederaj (lo I 
in, Maria (Inn).., 
r, MoDikallurel-. 
elin, Charlotte (In i 
r^r. Lawrence V. 11 



do oS 87. 

dlotheVillageoiWake- 



»l llie removJ dI 



loll on I39tb IL. 
Laied by tlie City 



m"^^G^,ard a^ 

m 3d to Gerard ave. 

midU^Ge^rd'a^f 
e aHeiimeiit for regt 
IB jd to Cerard ate. 



i Roboli. MaivA.(Iai 
































'., frotn 3d to Gerard ave. 
!.. from 3d to Gerard arc. 



126 



Schedule 2— {Continued), 



Court. 



Supreme .. 



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4« 
<( 
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«. 

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53 84 
53 85 
53 86 



1897. 
Jan. 28 



5x 530 

51 507 

51 502 

53 94 

53 93 



53 


95 


S3 


96 




329 




329 




329 




329 




329 




329 



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<4 
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(t 



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2& 
98 



53 88 


ti 


29 


53 89 


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29 


53 90 


<4 


29 


S3 9» 


14 


29 


53 92 


44 


29 


(") 333 


(« 


79 


{") 333 


44 


29 


(") 333 


44 


29 


(") 333 


44 


29 


(") 333 


4» 


29 


(11) 333 


44 


29 


(") 333 


44 


29 


{") 333 


44 


29 


(") 333 


(4 


29 


(") 333 


44 


29 


{") 333 


44 


29 


(") 333 


44 


29 


(") 333 


44 


29 


{") 333 


44 


29 


(") 333 


4i 


29 


(") 353 


44 


29 


(11) 333 


44 


29 


(") 333 


44 


29 


(11) 333 


44 


29 


(11) 333 


4< 


29 



Title of Action. 



O'Toole, Patrick J. 
Gallery, Patrick E. 



Mutual Life Insurance Co. vs. 
The D. G. Yuengling Brewing 
Co., The Mayor, etc., et al. . . . 

Fitch, Allen 



Hamilton, Allan McLane . . 

Hammond, Graeme M 

Wulf, Detler (Matter of) . . . 
Wulf, Dorothea (Matter of). 



Nature of Action. 



Union Trust Co., as trustee, etc., 

of Robert H. Moran ; In re) ... . 
Pearsall, Thomas W., et al., 

trustees (In re) 

Welsh, S. Charles, as executor, 

etc. (In re) 

Fleming, Charles E., and another 

(In re; 

Langdon, Woodbury G. ( In re) . . 



Wood, Samuel H. (In re) ... , 

Wilson, John C. (In re) 

Rhinelander, Serena (In re) . 



Vanderpoel, Augustus H., com- 
mittee of Henry Long (In re) . . 
Loeb, Solomon (In rei 



Ottinger, Moses (In re) 

Wolff, Lewis S. (In re) 

Rhinelaiider, William (In re) ... . 

Stephens, Anna C, executrix, 
etc. (In re) 

Brower, John Le Roy, executor, 
etc. (In re) 

Astor, Carohne W. (In re) 



Fengado, Augustus (In re) 
Gutwillig, Alfred (In re)... 



29 

29 

29 
29 

29 



30 
30 

30 
30 

30 
30 
30 
30 



Roe, Alfred, as trustee, etc. 

(Inrel , 

United New Jersey Railroad and 

Canal Co. (In re) 

Rosen, Harris 

Jonas, Samuel 

Levy, Leon 

Sharkey, John G. (Matter of) . . . 



McLaughlin, Thomas J. 



Doty, Warren 



Moran, Dennis W., vs. 

Mayor, etc., Charles W. 

lins, et al 

Johnson, John (In re) 



The 

Col 



Johnson, Martin (In rej.... 

Leyden, John (In re) 

O'Brien, Joseph L. (In re) , 

Paige, Elizabeth (In re) 

Tinsley, Walter {In re) 



For services as Painter and Keeper in Black- 
well's Island Prison. $9,203. 

For services as lioreman and Keeper in Black - 
well's Island Prison, $10,184. 

To foreclose a mortgage. 



For services as Medical Expert in the trial of 

Maria Barbari, $3,950. 
For services as Medical Expert in the trial of 

Maria Barbari, $1,500. 
For services as Medical Expert in the trial of 

Maria Barbari. $x,8oo. 
For award made in the matter of opening East 

zo6th St., from Railroad to EUton ave. 
For award made in the matter of opening East 

zo6th St., from Railroad to Elton ave. 
To vacate assessment for paving West st., from 

Battery pi. to Gansevoort st. 
To vacate assessment for paving West St., from 

Battery pi. to Gansevoort st. 
To vacate assessment for paving West St., from 

Battery pi. to Gansevoort st. 
To vacate assessment for paving West st., from 

Battery pi. to Gansevoort st. 
To vacate assessment for paving West St., from 

Battery pi. to Gansevoort st. 
To vacate assessment for paving West st., from 

Battery pi. to Gansevoort st. 
To vacate assessment for paving West s)., from 

Battery pi. to Gansevoort st. 
To vacate assessment for paving West St., from 

Battery pi. to Gansevoort st. 
To vacate assessment for paving West St., from 

Battery pi. to Gansevoort st. 
To vacate assessment for paving West St., from 

Battery pi. to Gansevoort st. 
To vacate assessment for paving West St., from 

Battery pi. to Gansevoort st. 
To vacate assessment for paving West St.. from 

Battery pi. to Gansevoort st. 
To vacate assessment for paving West St., from 

Battery pi. to Gansevoort st. 
To vacate assessment for paving West St., from 

Battery pi. to Gansevoort st. 
To vai ate assessment for paving West St., from 

Battery pi. to Gansevoort st 
To vacate assessment for paving West St., from 

Battery pi. to Gansevoort st. 
To vacate a sessment for paving West St., from 

Battery pi. to Gansevoort st. 
To vacate assessment for paving West St., from 

Battery pi. to Gansevoort st. 
To vacate assessment for paving West st., from 

Battery pi. to Gansevoort st. 
To vacate assessment for paving West st„ from 

Battery pi. to Gansevoort st. 
For rebate of excise license fee, $180.56. 
do do 7.12. 

do do 319.22. 

For an award made in the matter of opening 

Clinton ave., from Boston rd. to Crotona Park. 
For amount due under contract for regulating 

and grading Hawthorne St., from Seaman to 

Amsterdam ave., $14,609.12. 
For services rendered to Town of West Chester 

as Keeper of Union Port Bridge, $285.91. 
To foreclose lien under contract for regulating, 

etc., 189th St., from Amsterdam to Wadsworth 

avenue. 
To vacate assessment for regulating 165th St., 

from Union to Westchester ave. 
To vacate assessment for regulating 165th St., 

from Union to Westchester ave. 
To vacate assessment for regulating z65th St., 

from Union to Westchester ave. 
To vacate assessment for regulating z65th St., 

from Union to Westchester ave. 
To vacate assessment for regulating z65th st., 

from Union to Westchester ave. 
To vacate assessment for regulating 165th St., 

from Union to Westchester ave. 



127 

Schedule 2 — {CotUinued). 



n. Andrei 



,dJ.M.{Ii.«).. 



Croft, Williim. (In re) , 

Rc!c,HarrielM.[Inre) 

Baylin. NjIhBlicE.(In le] 

m..Hi™iA,|lDre| 

TicL, J.M.{Iore) 

nbar Kdi aod LumbEr Co. <1< 

Kani, John R.', Jr' (In re] '.".', 
MunhalUD Lumber Co. (In re|.. 
imu, and another [In 

Lam h!^.: 



NeidlngerJoHphS 

Callashin, Fiancia, End Pilrkk 
"— lioldi. VI, ChKlei H. T. 



tshbel P. I 
ralkr 









DamaftCf for person 
from bicycle on b 
near Sulier-i Fail 
or lou of service 
NeiJmger, (3.000, 



.CDi for Kwers In 13th and 13th 

lenl Si >ev(ri''in'iath and ijib 

nent tor reguUiine, etc.. Berth 

iI,taMaicheravE. 

nent for reEubting, etc., Berch 

ncot for reeulaline, etc, Berch 

It. to Marcher ave. 

iei.I for >e>eri in iilh and u>h 

iflillor Kwerri'in nth and ijlh 
and 30th >(a.. w.th hnncheL 

" " It... wiih'hi 

n in lach ai 









d.30. 



166.67. 



I o( plainlia'i »ire, Alice 



n^enbardt, CordD... 

ileelcharlei.'.V.'.'!!! 

Fn-tdni°anVchat!es .... 



For rebate of eiciH 



_^'B™no...'.V 

hagel. Mirtin 

Kelinor. Annie 



Long, John T 

Hajatng, Henry C... 
Heinricli. Arnold.. .. 



cl.dder,,John 
ion'. Elilej!!. 



128 

Schedule 2 — (Ctmliibieii). 



, Ford. Job 
4 Nkhols. I 



ScliDtider, Charlci, vi.Mctrafxil 
lun Street Railway Co.. Asbbe 
P. Filch. Complrdler. aod Thi 



; Gulchoer. Eli.ini 
5 Weber, rraneu.. 
■-■ — jfcli. Samael 
a. Hicham . . 



S Martin, John B 
3 Long, William I 



; Gebhardt, Lena, 



la lied t. Charl» 
, -eslie.Ma™,... 



Fat rebaie of eidie liccn» fee, 119.05. 

do do js^sJ: 



and four loIi ■! ijSth •!. and Aniiterdam 
Mandamui lo compel Complroller to repay 
b™Bs° "'="'"""'* "" ave-open- 
:o lo«clo.e mortgage on properly » Not. loi 
and 103 Perty si. 
'or aerviceg of empkiyeea at 9th Regiment 

cable road on Lexiogion ave.. from 4id at. to 



ney and Kidge .1... (5.000. 



if the' Depatimenl"!? public 



B'Belte, Kfaurice^: 
S jDdaney, Williaii 
B iLong, Wiflism S, 



5B.09. 
.48*^ 



.46.56. 



Village of Williamsbcidge, (;ja. 
.0 acquire title to Droperly 6=1. Hester. E 
Division, Norfollc, Canal, Rnlaen and Ji 
son sts, and East Broadway, fir the puri 



en»ef«,|.3MJ. 
do 83.84. 



129 
SCHZDULE 3 — {CanfiMtetf). 



i! S 



Abrahun 

i:e,KDbert. 

Vnrk, Nnr HkTcn and Hul- 

Ibrd Railroad Co. (In n) 

Fell. Frederick A., and anolher, 

P^Joho h" lruiitt,'eic.'(lii nj 

Screw Dock Co, (Inn) 



TnisteeM of lh« New York 

Brooklyn Bridge 

Engelhonl. Adam J 






!, Floyd H... 
wji. Peler,.,. 

e, Aobert.. . 



U'dted Slatci School 



Dsyle, LouiiF... 
A«l.,Morrl.J... 



Sironie.Jothua.... 
Gr»n, AUxd P... 
PrennLAtifmr.... 
D«vi..JohnD...., 
Balyar, Henry 



Wtese, Alinhain. !!!"!'.'! 
Long IiLand Brewery. — 
Flaaimurd, Emile 

Hawkini, David..!".'.'.".'! 

Reinbard, John 

Freemui, Charlei 

Bultner, Tubui W 

Ferdmaoa Munch Brewery. 



Idling, I'aho R. . 

ckoflr/«:oh 

dbec. JoAcph F. . 



lalbec. jD>ephF.,i 
lor or Edgar M.Di 
OUell. J«iH:r M..., 



Ihe Board o( Educaiioc 
:<Hter, Cluiriei(Inre). .. 



rebaleorexdislicii 



f>am Whitehall to 
Irom WhitehalJ ID 
fiom Whilehill la 
tiom Whilehall >o 



""s£ 



r Khool 



lupplie. 



jeoiae W. Appo. ♦ijo. 

IkI. loth ave. and Boulevard, 



KX 






f.i. 



Villagt 
Village, 
Village; 



jdridge, (750. 

of Williami^dge, l7}a. 

ioe« lu iDapector of Seven In 
of Willinmflbridae. 4750, 
icei as NoUry Public ui (he Flu 
ment, from dec B, 1B93, 10 July 



l!i'MS1Soo™''°u.°7ih"w«rdl 



13a 

Schedule a — {C«niii 

IVill, Theodora J. (Mitlcrot).... 

dmni Gai lad ELfcItjcCd 

^wen, Annie 

) Till,Albtrt 

, M[:J>ikc,JiiiDstarel.1.v.B(»rd 
ol PoIkE Cimniiulanen, tic. . 

" 'l5'D?ME!;c'™n>kdLS 
BeRrd of Police ComniiuiDiien, 

1 McCreii','y<j.n' W.'ia'rii.y.'V.. 
Board «? Police ConminiDiien. 

1 Toiihill,Duiel(einl.l.n.Baanl 
^ofmice ConmierioDen, elc... 

undo, Fjunuel 

I Holland. ThomuG., and John L. 
Hollond. comEKHTH the film ol 

HolU.id Broi^.™ 

" e.FrankB 

, &ird,ThDinaaJ. 

( McGanr, Pairicfc 

) Looe. WiifamS 

^■■ketitein, lacsb 

I if^niteiD. HorkS.......... ..., 

1 Windhonil. Henry 

1 Lawlor, Fnmd. 

) Ohl.I.ina 

1 KilpaiTJck, Manin 

I MoTler. Malildi. 

" nH.Thonia.J 

ai.ColiiUta 

niBjanu 

H.Ediiiii'iJ!]!!!"!'.'!^!!! 

, ___B,Nel«.nM 

I ^mu, Charlci 

I Soreentrei, Kmil N 

( BoHirioiieLJoho 

t Doscher, J^» 

. McUJ-h, Chariti G 

.g, Charirs 

.tin Brewing Co 

do 

do '.'.'.'.'.'.'.'....'. 

do '.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'. 

e,E™miF.W 

, J. Andrew L 

] BoltwindaL John 

1 Papp.Gwrge 

] Gallinck.SamtK'Ki.'"!!!!!.'!!" 

5 M.nke, John 

S Pcimno.Xoui 

S [Jig.ichei, Louia 

S iMarpby, Joaqph ...., ,.,. 

^ 'ADgelique, Bhki. 

5 'Wiliei.Cliartr.,, 



utiiing, ei.c, 87ih n„ bet. NewaTe.aiid Riyer- 



RDiOTal of nlalor from 



em of iRmiME on souiherly lide ot lal 5t 

the Village of WiUianobndee, for Jan. 
>.. Mu.ind Apr. iSqfi, fSo. 














Schedule a— (CoM'm 


-«/). 


c.„. 


Ritcis- 


cS" 


TlTLH OF ACTIOM. 


N.™„orAcx.o». 


''„ 


S* 

£4 
54 

4 

S3 


13B 
140 

146 

a 

1 

ji 

„i 

i 

i 

J8 


" '7 

" 'i 

;; Is 


Smitli WIU 




Buer. Eliubcth. by Jacob Bur, 

her Euaidian ad litem 

Ridley. Fdwwd A , Hid uialher. 


cheiler and DitlcBg*, 149.^ 

Claim tor work on Giammar &d,^o\ BuiUiag 
No.f9t.nWeHsil>i«..<6jB.6j. 

Ko-ns of Street Cleaning Dcpartmeul, JSoo. 


- 


PBlmieri, John 


^ 










for ,996. ^ 
Summona only served. 




";i',"-.""-;..":^"-'..|.'?,r 










■' 


L,ncb, Sonh, u e.ecutri., nc. 
iBxrcl.) v..A.hbelP.Fitcb,B 


jmidior mh BYe.opcning.bei.sjllianil isjd 
»>«-. ISM-44- 

paid fbr iilh avc.opemog, bei.^gtb and ijjd 
For rebale of uciie licen« r«, »M.ji. 

s: J: «!,•: 


: 


Lincoln, limei M., e< J., e«cu- 
con (ei rel.). n. Aahbel P. 
Fiwh;«Co-;pi™'l.r,e.c 

AgMOo, Felii 

Slater, Thooai F 


;; 


Eh.et, George (No..) '. 

[ndia WhsH BniHng Co. (No.*) 


do do 176.0.. 




Monroe- Eckuein Brewing Co 


do do 670.66. 


" 


Waljaceljiii^hT 


do dS iiS',6? 










do do J90.B4. 

Certlomri 10 renew the dismiiaa] of reUlor, > 


" 


^ctua H. H^ tCal-. StiHd 


.. 


Curtii, Annie Nii lien 

LiTinEiton, Louise {ex Ttl). vi 
Wlliaio M. Sohmer, u Blegi. 


F*''''"' w^rd d for r lak fr 

M?i£S'iZ'".z"r^re'rd 

file in hi. office a cert.ir«li>£,c,ion piece. 














;; 


Goldman. BerohoMl 


do do JJ:i 




Cram. J. Sergeant, bi eKcutor 
elc, 0/ Henry A. Cram, de 


ing slh ave., fi^ ijolh .L to Harlem rSU, 

FwSbM'of exdK licenK fee. »J9.8i. 

do do J9.rt. 

do d'o !;:!?: 


















:; 














do do 1^67. 








^XL'll^H^ry ■'■■■■' 


do d^ 'Itii 


;; 


Adler.EmU 

Pluokitt, John, Hd aoorfaer 


Mmilhews, Joseph GaUoand Stephen A. Dit- 







Kearney, Jamea, and C^nelild 



132 

Schedule x—{Ctmiiinird). 








For ser.icrs a> niaminer in lunacv mallen. in 
idalion 10 Thomas Sullivanand Henry Lyon, 

Siunmoni only jarved. 






Willianu, Kosw.IL C„ e> al 

Mount, Sunn, «al.,ex«uiorso 
Finner.y, Patrick, vs.'The Mayor 


relation lo U.oa.as Sullivan and Henry Lyon, 
and CorMclion.bei. Aug.. and Sept. 15.1895, 

iSS™...,., ^^.^ 

To fonoloie lieo underco'otracl of John O-Hare 


IVacey, Thomas, ys.lhe Mayor 
etc.. Joho O-Hare el aL 


For rehale of enciie lioeiuB fee, (98.74- 

For rehatn of eaclso licenie fee, fes-iS- 
do do i,5So^oa 
do do 176.39. 






Con.uioen Brewing Co. (No. 6).. 






^: do '.'^-^i: 








tortoe. Oicar. ., 


do do 8..M. 



nnsuhle.JameiM., c 
teei of HeoHelu 1 



ia]e,(«o«eH.... 
Loebler.lT.&Co... 



Roth, Jacob, by I^nati 



ForrentofroonBNos.iB 
Building. No. Ill Fifth 



3, and 1005 Conilahle 
ave.,useir lor Special 



I 




do 




■PI' 


c 




do 




BG.J7. 

tqi, JllS.BO. 

in Court ol Gen- 
«:r,pt of Slenog- 

esre^ullbg&om 
».No.4.»Io,ooo. 


Court of Speoial 
restraio defend 
plaintiff in laying 

■^Tse'i^^fur 


ot« of les 

gratlDK in 
i37<h »'. 

'^.'^i"s''tri 
14C0.10. 

TeTln't 


orrebal 

i 
c 

t 


ofexcij 


licen 

do 
do 


efe 


*>J8.... 



133 

Schedule a — {Centim 



CavwT. 




ts. 


M»»cm. 


.H Trrn OF Acnow. 


»„...., a™. 


Supltm.... 


53 


69 

6B 
TO 

0! 
oa 
"9 
J9 

i 

7B 
79 
&> 
S. 

Bj 
B* 
Bs 

B6 


■■ ifi 

" 16 

" 1« 
II 16 
" H. 

I! =' 
II rf 

II «i 

" at 

'■ 1; 


Donnelly, Tbonui (u rel.). ti. 


of'l3«r.I.'^l!'lr»^e'an'dGA™u.,V«iJ 






Uilng. etc., ..1 ave„ from »ad 10 .jsth «., 

For iaiary »j O.ermeet of Poor, Town of Weit- 
cheMer; from Oct. i. <>,4, to April ., iSyt, 

T^e^ohi defendant MaiV> from contluuing lair 

railroad xalrwa* in Irunl al premiaea linowa 
la No. .914 Third .Te..cor, nl loA.b .1., and 

for rebate of exdic l^nae fee.' tij.ij. 






__ 


SX""' •'■■■ ■"■ ""'" 


" ... 


McEUgot,KateLMaturoO 






" ■■■ 




do do 39.9«. 






i i 'B 






















do do ,|.Ss. 




























? i- *z- 














do do 167.M. 






■• ... 


Ciegin, Charlei A., ti. The 
M-ycr. etc.. Maarice Fit^r. 


inquire loro (he Moity'' of Wil^ti. ^food 
and Udwig Schuelt, Moj.ao. 

FiligeraJd for duoipiig garbage, etc, |ioi>. 








" ... 


Lawrence,William F., and Jame. 


■ITionua Uwye, and Dlher* on No.. .7, 1896, 
y*^\na due under contract of Brendlingei 




Mtinhardt, Morri>. and Fanny 
Meinhardt v>. Henry Chnpnan 


For damBEO for inlcrlerHice with plainlifl*! 

Damage! lot pencnal injuriei by falling on 
Td ioieclQK Uen under coninct'ol Maurice 




Mi^Donald, Jnlin, n. Mauriu 
FiixgeiaH, The Mayor, etc. 




Wade, William, vi. Maurice 
Fingcrald, The Mayor, elg., et 


Fil«erald with Street Cleaning Depanmeni, 
Fitigerald with Street Cleaning Departmint. 




Fitigeraid, The Mayor, etc., et 
































■■ ,., 




Sami.t! McMilhm it aL,' 'park 


approaches at or neat i^Ih St. 
For «ryice« Bi Labqrer 1 1 Armory of Second 
^Battery, from July ■ to Dec.j,, ,896. (568. 

Forgroceriei fumiihed to Dep.-u1Ricnl ol Chart- 
lies «.d Corretdon, i6,sBs.04. 




Wilion, Da-nd, a. )»i(Dee ol 

Paul Jaegle 

Hurley, Juhn H. (ex. rel.|, t.. 

Nicholi, Jama E., el ■!.. doinc 
buahieu » AuEdn, Nichols i 




Mitchell, George H. B 


For coffee sold to Department of Charitiei and 
Correction, (■,9590.. 



Schedule 2 — {Centinufd). 



.gBmtCo 

Eleciricjj' Control 



Rfludi.Joitpb 

> Zmner, jaiEphHi'.!!!'.!!!!! 
- "- i.UmrgeM 

; i«Bi«,>h?'.!'::::::::::: 

> Ntwnmrl., Hurry W 

^..Charlti W, Cnllmi t 



" ei, Chiir1«"G'.'. 
1, Ai«uu W... 






r.HarrjP., Ble. .. 
1, WUImm'c".! 



J Weilt, William... 



, GisRt«r, Hichulu... 

, ShRdcr, Henry C... 

Smk.nd. A.&Co.,, 



'Ste..::::: 



ol Thomu Dwycr ■ 
or prDretiiond lervl 



ee, l3S.es. 



I°;l?: 



L McFaibnd, Mkhul, ■ 
, Mi:Fir1and, JohnM... 
"-^UnB, Michael.... 
, __._rniiii, Thomas 

, While.JohnJ 



11 






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'Siii'""""^.':.!^?.' 

liunir, Mub W., vi. Miy«. 
etc.. Clurln W. CoUiu R a' 

:enwick, WilliBm C-, at truib 
cic. ol Philip R Ruwlck. . 

^ill, li^D M. (u »l.).n. Aihl 
P. tilch. CompUDllv. tic... 






AppleloD, H 
Luker, M« 
Worth. Ebi 
H«ni»n, H. 

'Ui, Kobcn 
IJierki, Frk 



F.b,..g)i.«i<K 

to compel Tttpt 



U alVad^^i 



17313. 



hirl*^ P., ind ai».,. 

,. J"Kph 

MMgher, Edwiird P 

■■ i=.PM« 

lUold-ick. Thomu 

SirKktriM, Vllo 

Kohn, GuwiT 

LtsTr.MilionA 

Uavy.Oirtiil 

UivIdHn, Ciriiilc 

Siftnbach, Bcniord.,- 

Piciki. Julium F 



Davii, Eugene ...... 

Donai.Cliri 

LevT.LouijI. 

M>rt., Bametl 

Peiuiele»y, Hinmii 

DuSy, Jainei. 

H.ll.jin«iT 

MoH.EmilG.. 



A.llnre 



llB re) 

Vhite, Sulonie I 



s, Dw[ghl M. (In re] 

man, WiUiiioH.flore}.. 



%:^. 






Ig Cuyler'i > 

It iur paving Cuylcr'i a 



136 



Schedule 2 — {Conttnued), 



Court. 



Supreme ... 

• • • 

4« 

• • • 

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(xi) 34a 

(") 343 
(x«)343 
(") 344 
(") 345 
«x»)345 
{x«)345 
(XO345 
(") 345 
{") 345 
(") 345 
(") 345 
(") 345 
(")345 
(xi) 345 
(>x)345 
53 2O0 

53 20X 

53 202 

53 208 

53 2IO 

53 212 
53 214 
53 104 

53 106 



54 170 

54 171 

54 171 

54 172 

54 »72 

54 173 

53 216 

53 217 



53 219 



S3 224 







54 


173 






54 


174 






54 


174 






54 


175 






54 


175 






54 


176 






54 


176 



When 
Com- 
menced. 



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Mar. 6 



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6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 

6 

6 

6 

6 

6 
6 
6 



Title of Action. 



Durkee, Eugene R. (In re) 

R., et %\,, as 



Rooserelt, James 

trustees (In re) 

Pearsall, lliomas W. (In re). 



Taylor, John C. (In re) 

Pyle. James T. and William S. 

(In re) 

Dempsey, Guy C. (In re) 



8 
8 
8 
8 
8 
8 
8 

8 

9 
xo 





xo 




ID 




10 




ID 




20 




10 




10 



Ertheiler, James (In re) 

Graham, Joseph F. (In re) 

Hall, Wm. Henry (In re) 

Hall, Aiutin, as executor, etc. 

(In re) 

Hinman, A. Josephine, et ai. 

(InreK 

Lister, Edwin (In re) 

MUton, Wm. F. (In rt) 



Nature of Action. 



Paine, Naomi C. (In re). , 
Russell, Henry R. (In re) . 

Sherry, John (In re) 

Taiman, Wm. G. (In re) . 



In the Matter of the Application 
of the Board of Education 

In the Matter of the Application 
of the Board of Education 

In the Matter of the Application 
of the Board of Education 

In the Matter of the Application 
of the Board of Education 



In the Matter of the Application 
of the Board of Education 



In the Matter of the Application 
of the Board of Education 

In the Matter of the Application 
of the Board of Education 

In the Matter of the Application 
of the Board of Education 

In the Matter of the Application 
of the Board of Education 

David Jones Co 

Granger, Septimus W 

Mayer, Joseph D 

Brandt. Herman 

Katzenstein, David 

Lefkowitz, Morris 

Hurdas, Albert (ex rel.), vs. Wm. 

Sohmer, as Register, etc 

Dietrich, Philip 



Danbury Association 
York City vs. F. 
CoUord et al 

Striker, Els worth L. . . 



of New 
Mortimer 



Horn, George, Jr 
Mangin, John ... 
Trilling, David . . 
Broder, Moritz .. 
Scharf, John G. .. 

Smith, Gean 

Quifley, Hugh .. 



To vacate assessment for paving Depeyster St., 

from Water to South-st. 
To vacate assessment for paving Depeyster St., 

from Water to South st. 
To vacate assessment for paving Jackson Slip 

from Water to South st. 
To vacate assessment for paving Jackson Slip, 

from Water to South st. 
To vacate assessment tor paving Washington st.^ 

from Clarkson to Spring st. 
To vacate assessment lor paving Greenwich st., 

from Pearl to South st. 
To vacate assessment tor paving Greenwich St., 

from Pearl to South st. 
To vacate assessment for paving Greenwich st.» 

from Pearl to South st. 
To vacate assessment for paving Greenwich st.,. 

from Pearl to South st. 
To vacate assessment for paving Greenwich 4t., 

from Pearl to South s«-. 
To vacate assessment for paving Greenwich st.,. 

from Pearl to South st. 
To vacate assessment for paving Greenwich st.» 

from Pearl to South st. 
To vacate assessment for paving Greenwich st.» 

from Pearl to South st. 
To vacate assessment for paving Greenwich st. ». 

from Pearl to South st. 
To vacate assessment for paving Greenwich st.,. 

firom Pearl to South st. 
To vacate assessment for paving Greenwich st.» 

£rom Pearl to South st. 
To vacate assessment for paving Greenwich st.,. 

from Pearl to South st. 
To acquire title to lands on Wadsworth ave. 
bet. x82d and 183d sts., 12th Ward, for a 
school site. 
To acquire title to lands on Columbine St., bet. 
Monroe and Jackson aves., 24th Ward, for a 
school site. 
To acquire title to lands on iiith and 112th sts.,^ 
bet. 5th and Lenox aves., 12th Ward, for a 
school site. 
To acquire title to property on Great Jones st. 
bet. Lafayette pi. and Bowery, 15th Ward, for a 
school site. 
To acquire title to properly on 103d and 104th 
sts , oet. Madison and 5th aves., 12th Ward,, 
for a school site. 
To acquire title to land on Mott st., bet. Broome 
and Grand sts., 14th Ward, for a school site. 
To acquire title to lands on E. 28th st., bet. ad 

and 3d aves., 21st Ward, for a school site. 
To acquire title to lands on 104th and 105th sts.,. 
bet. ist and 2d aves., 12th Ward, for a school 
site. 
To acquire title to lands on Audubon ave., bet. 
168th and 169th sts., 12th Ward, for a school 
site. 
For rebate of excise license fee, $166.84. 
do • do 83.89. 

do do 74-33' 

do do 49.32. 

do do 65.89. 

do do 72.14. 

To compel relato to accept and record a certain 

lease. 
Damages fo* personal injuries by being crushed 
under a block of stone on quarry on Black- 
well's Island, Aug. 25, 1896, $25,000. 
To restrain defendants from conducting a masque 
ball under the name of " The Danbury Asso- 
ciation '* 
To recover amount of assessment paid for 12th 

ave. opening, $1,440.03. 
For rebate of excise license fee, $4.17. 
do do 22.95. 

do do 160.94. 

do do 96.59. 

do do 92.07. 

do do 35.61. 

do do X4-79> 



Schedule i—iCmHttiud). 






N^ridtJohnE 

Simons. Rou 

O'Connor. ShjJi , 

Brinkuna, Fndcricli 

Ward.DeWillC 

Harlem CiiJjio Co 

htMki,au\i^\'. '.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.. 
Ha;ynun, Maurice 

w'wuTtJ, FrMli a'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'. '.'.'.'. 

~ ike.Gmlmv 

SjitV-;:;:::-.:::;::: 

al]oii\a.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.,'.'.'. 

\^^i%.^tB/.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.',..'.'.'. 

SoTsvao. Aogdo 

Wendd. Louii.Jf 

Emde, Henry 

BlBwa.LincaiitD'.'.''.'.','.'.'." '.'.'. 

Turk,Hiirri« 

LabriDljiT Cvrmflln ,... 

I, Charlii Enml 

_.__.■, Arnold 

Wedcliind Geoibc M 

uttr, Simon A., and anollici 

lioney. Patrick 

miKlfcn.Jnlln 

glir Jo«ph 

'Siy/Michuiy.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'. 

mhen, HenryW 

mpntr.Adolph 

im.d'i, WiitB.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.''.'.y.'.'. 

runM, Henry 

.u«. ll.rtln 

Ci^^'B^bt}.^,','."'.'.'.'.'.'.',','. 
- " ihagfii, Jacob B 

iblum.jMEobC 

iIitKcn.MiiS 

i.Abrahiull. .'.'.'[.'.',','.'!!! 
Vopl, Pwer 

NomaJi.Iinfi '.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'. 

MulW, William 

Krikaw.,MaoiD 

iifotio, saivin'i!";.'."!!!!!!!!! 

'olaock, WillUm 

oni,JotiD Jr 

urdy, Ebcaucr J. (Mittcrol)' 

nvEry, WUUam S. ;■> »1', v. 
Buard ot Police Co mmisioDac 

auDg,ciiu.'Olto,Li>iiiseCirM 
»nd John Wiu Imacierof).,.. 
imon. Maieui (EI rel) Ti. The 
Mayor. eIc..C.K.T.Comt, cl 

>] 

incg'D, Jan.*. M. Et .1. ate 

ion of Helen Sehdl (si rel) < 

Aihbcl e. Filcb, Comptroller 

William H.Frank Brewig Co. 

"■:;'Ji«";:;:::::::-.-.:;: 

'olf, Kate 

ibbe. Ebehard 

ena, Adolph 



ra.19, 
79, ai. 

.78.,,. 
.63.6,. 



*.-3 



ent ofawird in malierof Cemel 

■oblhiSon tQ mtrain rnpondnl 
tini chugci aEainit relalur. 

I jp the matter of Eut i^jth st. 



aqimcDl^ paid tor r ith ave. opetiii^, 



: 3 "i 



138 

ScuiDiiLS a-~{Ceniii 

3 CLirk.HanuW 

illi, Albut 

, n, Willi.m 

I MulquHll, MwhuL 

I &fiB£er, MoiTuB.etil 

i Fedw, Frank , 

Jivld SmvcniDn Brewing Co — 

, .'.owustcln. Siille L 

i Spmpioii, Percy M .^^..- 

) Schneaheiaier Bcnjimiii F 

) Jcffey.Morni 

i BemsLtin. Alpxander .^-.^,.-.-, 

I EkicS,' Mortimer 

" - n«,Enieil 

ini, Sigmund H , 

, 3ii.jDSn , 

\ Koreti, BcDJunln,... ,...^. 

J lKrf.¥n,&....V.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'^ 

i Cohen, Edvud L 

) Mem.GcorgEC 

" "'""rtb"i«":;::::::::::::: 

venoirLcr, PauL 

, tr.HTranC 

] Cahen, Mu 

- T.Fnnli L 

not,MflrieII» 

ler.CUra 

tt, Theodore J 

sting. Jam« A,, and J 
;i.n,aireBrow„(M»neror).. 

I Vonkcn SivuiEi Bank 

I NewmiD, Jacob M 

3 Gatl.TheodQreM.. elal., Meen 
.n of Chailo V. Griffii 

Mb tier of) 

btr.Thomu Thecal 

irx, George B 

.dr™.Mfg.Cg 

■yner.Joseph 

Itmar, Maria. vi.The Mayor 

fuoi, Vinceaio 

, _ H. lohn J., VI. Thomas H 
I McLanghlfo, The Mayur. elc, 

; iPullllianniAuguVl"cVaJ..n.'Mor' 
! riaUvioii>ionaDdaiiothcr.... 

; Banicit. Chirlei |u re].). y> 
Ashbel P. Filch, u Ccninirollei 
of the City ol New Yorii 

I FIvdh. WiUiam J. (ex rd.). >i. 
AshbolF. Fitch, OS Complrollei 
of theaiyof NewVgrt 

; Meyer. John H (ei rel.|, vi. 
Athbel P. Filch, u Compirollei 
of .heCilyofNcwVort 



Fs TEbue of exdi 



of the ViUige of WiUiamsbridge it 

Si Cltyof NewVork htfLfe of Ir 
'or payment of salary af. Inipcctor D 
Village ol WUllaiiu1]ridge,ti,i:w. 



inicTKcUoTi ol Avcnu* X and iijih a., tilk 

Ward, 
'or work performed in repairing lool-boio, 
^eic. in July and Aug 1896, tjig.go 

Jet. 1" 46. 01 "w'^tcilMtor 
rrn Boulevard. «iD,a}3. 
> foredo.c lien ior m.teri U lumiihed under 

«G.,iBglhi(..?roinAEn9lu^am lu W^diwDrih 

"""" oNo. i6sMiiliJ0 






chool Ht*. (so- 



il Mad 



and H>;i>r; 



theCouniyClerkT . 

\"r''«,^'M ""'£le^e^rn"'the"con''nIy ™ 

'''**■ r la • I ■ 

lor lerWces as Kosper in the County Jail, 

lt"d«mus 10 com el a men. of r.\aio,'>cbloi 
fcr 'mcei™™''Ke%^M in the Counij Jail, 



ScHBDULB z—{CeHiiniud). 



Couw. 


F™ 


Whsn 
Cob. 


TtiLs or Action. 


K„„„o-Ac.™. 


Su[.r«ii»... 


54 »« 

HS 

S4 a a* 

iig 
11 

Es 
s3 

S4 "W 

US 

54 JS^ 

ii 

i4 "34 

HI 

54 >9o 

lis: 

51 '«4 


•i^'ii 














£ 3: ;s« 


" 


hihSr.jSUv::;:;;:::::::: 

Halm. Loii.. 
















" I' 








Bickett. Efflil A 


da do 81.74. 




















































;; •■■ 


SISElfS 


do do ^^34. 






do do 4 1.03. 
















do do 39 .°«. 
















3: i IS 
3: t At 

do do .51.67- 


". ■■■ 


Sieto, Ahraham 






















do do U.6,. 






" 




f i "PI 


" 


Slen, Micbul.,. 


do do I!?.*;- 












^0 z .j;l?' 






I ::; 


S||£i^;::-i;;::;:;: 


t it IH? 

do do •jl'.tg- 






do do .V5.,«. 










do do 6,.t6. 

^: it .mt 










■; :. 


Kink, (Jml(e 

Cnumnn, \nbur 


do do ,j.os. 

do do 147-94- 

do do 111.7S. 










d^ do III':. 


■■ ■■ 


l£!Hiii?s'S™E 








For amouni of awud mads for prinniiu at 
Andrew* aod Burndde ayei., takcD (or public 

.Chool iil=, (IJ.600. 

For rebate of excise license fee. |7«. i». 
do do MJ.8g. 

do do i*.^ 

do do f):'^ 

do do 13. 8j- 


■■ .. 




Scon. Willbm, 3n intaot, by 
Ale.anrlfr H. Croibie, b' 




li 


6 

S 








" 


Mmneri, Ch-irLe>, uxt anolher. 






" ■: 


MJltht««, Li7iis 

Garthwiite. ChadsA 

Bonnnt.. Rileil 












do do 3'-S5- 


























■ 



140 

Schedule 2 — (Cimlinucd). 



Covn. 


''^^- 


Co'- 


T„„„A„,.>. 


Natire d^ Action. 


Supreme... 


11 

II 

S3 »46 

{■')34< 

S3 aS' 

53 '56 

S* a?" 
94 aj» 

5* a84 

II 

54 aSa 
1: % 
it aj6 


'■ it 

;; .6 
■' '16 

" lis 
" >6 

" .« 

" .6 


h A 


Forrehateofexdsi^ l.«naefee,lS7^7|. 


























di i 'If 


















To recover nmotinl of nueiimeDt paid for isilt 

from Vcsei' to BarclaT si. 
For rent of nremiiea in the Village of Wike- 

ingApr.30,*,5. 






.. :: 


Detnpsej, Guy C. (In re) 






- ... 


" ■* 


Haven, John, and Woodbury 


qnire into the jinity of JoKph Boreller, »,jio. 

For awards uiude In the matter of openinB 

Dykman St., from Kingibridge road (o ifi- 

SnmmoDi with notice for (iia.6s served. 

For jvrviccias Slcnograplie. fn naturaliaalion 

case^ from May, .896(0 Dec., iMliS, (9=5.74. 
For lemces as Conilahle, from U:r.. .S94, to 

Mar., i8s«, in Town of Westchester, 9817.35. 












ll 








■■ ... 


"ri'Sw'S.yht.tssc 


of Weslchetter, from j8oi to 1S04. Ijio.a!. ' 
t8»5. #7=- 






For rebate of eicise license fee, $116,97. 

do do ,a.,9. 

do do M,J9. 




















" ... 


Lvnch,SaTiiu=l, and another.... 






\ j| 












" ■:: 


£:;;;;:,'".;;«::;:;::;::::::: 


do do a6'^' 
For rcbat^ of e^,« litens. fee, jfi^s's' ■ 

of Ne» Vorfc, Jai.jo. 


City 

6ih Judicia 
Disiricl . . 


■' IS 


Smiih, tliiabethi-H. Edward F. 
Union Traniferand'stcragVcoi 






Blickwcll'a Island. <^oin Feb. i, t^go. to Oct. 
p3-. iB95,liB,a6.. ■ ' ' J 








]zSTxS:r.i7.s^^'^"- 


Surrogate 1 


■' \» 


Gorman, Amelia, e.ecutril. eto„ 


Sutn»« 


Levy.Charles F 


For rebaie of e.cise licence fee, JaB.-i. 
















:: ;i 
















t. ii "Hi 






" 






" 




do do 109-37, 








.■; 


srs,"," ".?."?'?■ '"••■'■• 


do do ^"A^X 




























For salary as Electrical Evpert in Fite Depc. 
To"«Rte''^r;J,''i;!esftr''i'«'°*'''*^^'' ■ 




R- h K ■ (I 






Towns of Eastch.s,er.nd Westchester. 



141 

SCEIEDULE »— (Continued). 



o IClune, Matthew 

" iHuiiken, Henry 

Koiter. John 

Bigl*y, JamM E 

, .Sullivan. Floren«J 

, Kodcl, MIchull 

, IWiUiuiK. Deloiaine R 

I 'Bemheuner. Simon E., and 

»noih«(No.7i 

I r. ft M. Schaefer BrewiiE Co. 

..l^"- '',::■ 



, Mulqiieen, John. 

> KubllnlAHornn 

) ^Snyder, Valcnii 

) 'Doelger, Peter... 



> Halunan, Wdliam... 

I Beckman.A.iEiiVt'!'.! 

. KII18, Williain R 

. Hyman, Jacob 

> AlBBaikr, Adolpfa... 



Ltdand-Fi 

New York 






rZ- 






c. ;Mall8j<. Daniel « «I,), 

I Board of Pulice Commi 

a MacCollln. Andrew W.F 



Patrick Co«ell 


The Mayor 


Ruei, 
Dae 


Jean Bap 
(tiplam in 


■.tXn° 






r, Guilave, 






Mulle 

ci 

O'Bri 


» a„;B 


neeo 


and anotlier 
iiignnient of) 












kand 


ary Lim 


e and 






!»., (6,649. 35. 
ITlBge3 fbr (a1» 9 



142 
Schedule a—{CenliHued). 



c..„. 


Fo 


ir 


Whbn 
Cdm- 


Title of AcpoH. 


Nat[;i.e of Action. 


Supteoie . . . 


(>■ 
(■■ 
(11 

54 


,76 

306 

i 

3J3 

1 

>78 

J50 

IB, 
aSS 

aSs 

aSs 


'■ as 


Sabo, fred=riekC-(Iorr) 


iKt.KellyandHomesti. 


„ 






,. 




b«,KellyBndHome.t5. 


" ... 


Simons, Marian F. (In re) 

Schell. Edward p., et al.. eiecu. 


To vacaH^MK«m°e"t 'fo'^ Tinton ave. lewer. 
bel.Kelly and Home Mt. 

be'^Kelly^JiriW s", 

lion. bel. Ncv. ,, <ig6, and Jan. u, .897. 
Fw U'^lle ol excite licenie fee. t.oi.aa. 
























do do sSo"> 
do do 35J,6). 




















I.Chr.G.HupfelfcrwingCo... 
ConrameraBrewingCo. (So.7].. 






do do 15,34. 


" ::: 


S"»-'"K^"!iS:T.-. 






i- r '•?■ 














do do .47:9s: 
do do ,J4.7», 

t t '.%^. 

do do jB-M, 


". — 


Flyni., Thomas F 






" ■■. 


co1^nVchSri1r:7!:: ::::::::: 

Lynrh.Tolm 

Butts, Edward T 


lis;™:: 




^ : .^ \v„rk.,«c. 


Mandamus 10 compel rEsnond"nl to issue cermit 
to relators lo cross sidewalk and Gil in lot at 
Edgecom (wave, and 1451I1 at. 

Far Blenographer's aervicel to Co-nmi^sun ap. 
pointed to aacenaio aanily of Louis S. Hobaes, 






■■ ... 


SaS' fe'l^llj, L"itp«k 


rrgulaling, etc , Broadway, from jjd 10 sglh 


















do do ,36.84. 














do do a3.7d. 


















" - 


K™«.rd,Wdban,J 


Far serviMs a- Attendant at Bellevue for Sept , 
Fc^se^^^aTAtt^nd ^a.'nt Belleyue lor Se I 

i^fra'"s'pt'."t*oT",' 's^tt^; ""'■"'"'' 
To rwover Bmoirnt of asscsment paid for regu- 

lat^""' *''"' "^^ "■™ '*'' '" '"'"' "'*' 
For damages to piainlilTs horses and tiuct, 

n:rEti'*'^6a.^ "" "''^ "^ '''*'''■■ '''"''■ 

For aery.ees js e«port in caK of People vi. Paul 


'■ ■■ 


Mar.li, Jameii H 















143 

Schedule 2 — (CuMltmud). 



". 


Finnic Rdbu] 


»n. 


TS. 










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te 








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-ulor. 


















p 


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li'.! 










Tmn 


ey, Sulfaerbnd. 


IN 


.8).. 

•n.. 



To IE 



CI with 11' 



. Fcr [vnt.a ur^ni.hrdnnli in 

ofWaVctiuld and WitliaDii] 
I tridi vilh Wtil ChF«« 
Upprr New VprU Clly 






EC May 



um and « 

. 1890, sa.6i7 JO 



Boanl of Pi^lil 

'iihc'ri 'Edward 
Bou-doll^lli 



tcl.l.T'.Th. Certion 



Ft I ham, 

bnder, under ean- 
r Water Co. and 
ler C»„ U,7«>. 
Hlnckoen'i laland 
en ai Stonecutter 

T Opening LobgwDoJ 

loiul of nUlor from 

noval of relator fm* 



ITie Board of Police Commfs-I 

Hfrrlicb/HrriiV'[B>r;L),'vii! The Certiorari to n 
Board of Police l.'oninii»ian<^rTi Ihc force. 

si^nloni' Jam;i'Y.''™"rVl'''vV. Crr.ioiari to re 
The Bnard of Police ComDK- ibefoce:. 






'^^'Th.'B.irTVr ki.^ ci. 


J': 


Walah. ji,liii (.1 rcl. . v^ 
Board of Police Cimn.i.io 


'ii.' 


L'i>iil:iD, Bemird 










';olff'A±:^.':.:"::.;::;:;j 










lS'£"^!r.? 


mp- 



I Martini, Edward H, . 
I luadden, Alennder, i 



, Battery, from A 



SSS" 



144 

Schedule s — \CtnHtaied). 



CoDirr. 


¥^o 


Wh« 


T^. .,.„,„, ; ».„„.,.™. 


Supremt ... 


53 306 

H 308 
53 3«1 

ill 

" ?'o 

iii 

S3 3SO 

53 3'fi 

54 35a 


■' 30 

'.i 3° 
" 30 
' 30 
30 
" ?n 

" 30 

30 

., 3° 

" 30 

Ii 3° 

Apr. . 


Hidden, Alsiander, vm. Charlu 
H.T.Cnliii. Commissioner n! 

Siriet Railway Co. and Eigblh 

Hadden. Aleiaoifcr. yfVthw-'iB. 

Street Railway Co. and Ninlh 


I'o re-.train defendants from aranilrg permit 10 
open sirect- to cnnvert railroad into an elec- 

trie railroad. 


;: ::: 


Rofen. Boberl, v.. WiiUam'L, 


To restrain >e]lii.| or lauiBg of a ferry, from 
liei. Piers i and] Eiu river, ipace m« set 


■■ ... 


Cario. Berha.1.» B^irmei cVita. 
her guardian ad Utem 

Meel«n, Ebzabolh, ».. Joha 
Foley and the Mayor, etc 

Wtldmln, Henry v!iien tine....!! 


Damage, fir pcrsonnl injuries received May a, 
iSg'Tby bi'iog sinick bya¥nwon in front of 

_^No. .63 Suffolk .l-,(io.o». 

to r».nin payraen. of judgment for JsM.o,, 
entered Teb. s. iBjr, againsi the Ujyor. etc.. 
in favor ol Join Foley, as Hrecnior 

To formloK a mortgage. 

For lerv cei as medical expert al reijuest of Db- 

F™'«ba]'e''"f «cisTli«a« fee. 130.4,. 
do do .6m- 






















do do ao.i.. 






■■ ... 


"Ji~i/ir,riwV.:.-.v.-.::::: 


3: 3: !I:S: 


















i £ 21 


" ::: 


Kloiii, Edivard 






do do 3M-79. 
d.. do ao<,6s. 








l-emheimcr, Simon K., and aao, . 

Feldmann.John D 

SiofTcl. AUftUM 


do d° ^'i'T 

•eU's IsUnd. net. May 3. '»93. and Oct. 31, 

'B9S. i^,i<■6• d K bo 

An"7r.v! and"oT!''s'". »,nr^' ■■ 

For services ai Caipenlcr and iteeper. from 

For an award" made in the matter of opening 
NncKle ave, 

tiZ^Maif ™s'. InVrem JiTNo??'.™.^- 




O'B • Co r 


ai;™-.;: 


IjJiei' Deborah Nutiery (Mal.n 








Sandenon. Thomas 


of le«l.noay in criminal <:ase5 lor District 
For salary a-' fluking Inspector, from July 6 to 






s s ts. 




Bleyer, Christian 




















t t '.fJJ 






'£ s ,:ft 


". ■■• 


M..!!!a;'-wu.';..,L. ;;:::::;:;:: 
























do do V3.I7'. 

9 91 


" 


McQiiadr, Edmnml 




' 





145 

ScHEDULB 2—{CemimUii). 



c... 


Rscis. 


When 

Com- TiTLB or Actiom. 


Natubk of XcnoM. 


Supnm. ... 


til 
It 
11 

pa 

53 3=6 
S3 3.8 

Si 


Apr. 1 

:: ' 






Ackerni;in. George 


do do s<.09. 

^^ 3s Si;- 










.do do )5.7S- 
do do £944. 
do do ,?J,,^ 












*■ ... 


Edm Musee American Qi'., Lim- 


; :;: 


alieb«»^S«. Brewing Co.. 

feTS:5^.:.^:;:::::::":::: 


do do "ii": 

t t si 






;; -■ 


sSis&E:;:::: 


do do 'fyjt. 


























For amount alleged 10 be due under contract for 
reguluing. etc., 16111. It., bel. Gerard and 

D,S'S-™i.'S"i.., „. i.rH 

mailer of rcftulating, etc.. m ave'^rom gad 
■01 9thsi.,nji|,.^. 






Supreme... 


Meiutcapo, Joseph, vi. George 
Armory Board" "(Maiii'r" 'of" ilie 

Valentine, Mitchell' .','.' '.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'. 




do do .'sl'se'. 


., 






















:: ::: 


Ro™er. J™B b!,"a;"a«iii« 


do do I6.5B. 

do do ,07.41. 

do do 10S.3S. 








•■ .. 




For amount due under contract for fumiihiug 






regolaang „■ avo., /rom ,,d to ,o,th „. 



Von Post, Herman C, e 
etc.. of Wn.. WhitlDck 
VI- Aihbcl P, Fitch 


» 


,„.,„.. .... 




For rebate of exc. 






















































d" 






(:rah'am.A1oM.derF. 










Equitable LifeAiiurance Society 


".-.-"J;,.;.' 






146 

Schedule 2 — {Cm/itated). 



Couflf, 


Fouo. 


W«.N 




»„...»-»„„. 


g 


53 336 

is 

„ u 
r& 

M 39^ 

53 3lB 
S3 346 

53 358 


Apr. « 
■' 8 




Wesiche.ier, btt. Apr. . and June 6, 1895, 

Boulevard and ConcDitrse, ti^oa. 
For avrani madeu. (he matter oropening Grand 
Boulevard and CnrcourM, t'-'^t 6a. 

Fnr lebate ol escisa Ucenie tee, i'.^i, 56. 






" 


Suixnan, Matilda (Matter ol)... 

Dull, John G.(M«tEr of) 

KeeUn. Petor J, (UBHerof) 






















do do 37.3;. 
do do 85,49' 






























do do 1SB.9D. 
















■' 


Boin.no, Jo«ph,^li 














i t k'^: 


:; 


0«ter,idain ','.'.'.'.'.'.".'.'.'.','. 


" 




dn do 139.7', 








" 


Morril, John E. (ei rel), h 
Potior. Eugene C'ifiotd. H.Cha! 

r^EiXr^'^en^^^K^a 
Rilway Cn"''""""'""" ^""" 


Certioraii to review Ibc dismissal of relator front 

the force. 
To restrain gratitins of peimil nr operalioni 

hor^e'io "ecirkaf?Md. ""■" ^"' 






Salary ai Rncltnuin and Keeper nn KUckwell'l 

^jSS:"""'"*'"'""°"';""; 








Murray.HaraidG..., Georges 


■endenioT Supplies and Rep=k> .0 l>ep«-t- 
ment of rubiic Works, hut. Mar. 15 and Ifnv, 

Mar.s,.B9v.»3,<oo. 




Rajltmir C*,*' Metrnpom™ 
Street Railway Co. end Ibe 


... 


RailVoad Cu„' Mel.opolilan 
Sireei RaiJway Co. and The 


lor oouvBrticg horse railroad inin tlcctiii^al 
railroad. 






Gra-S. as Special (Jomniisaioner ol Jurols, be- 

fromTowna'nf We^tch-slcr, EaochKster and 
[■elham. S3,457-Oi. 
For rebate ol cicisc license la. $107.06, 
do dn B6 ij. 


. ... 


New Vorlt Catholic Pmleelnry. . 


•■ ... 


Haai,robn 






do do ",'.64. 


'■ 


Melner. Otto 


City 


Bloom. E»6(l. vs-i^uis. Fickcn 
andOryilleA.Watfleld 









■47 

Schedule z — {CmitiHutd). 



r. 17 Kom, John, and anD.. F< 

■ J 'Phillipf. George I 

„ Saner, Henry V 



I, Thilcmaro. Fridcridi m 



,.| JeioDiE ivc, from i««l ID Ellki «., ud for 

. , 'DBmam r<^ piTionB] injurei bi bUinE on lidc- 
I walk, i;ui'. al L-.noi ave. Ind tllil Ijjlh «.. 



an(e Nilioiul Mipdiinut 



>mpel County Clciii lo tile »■ 



roy. Counii CI 
Tlon. lube) L, 

Mayer. ErUEilT.... 

J^b^U. win. j'.'.', 
RoB.Tbom, 

i,|Kn«, Mary 

.)[M>hon,John 

I] iNor.hrup, Frank. .. 






1 .Colyfr, Vincent 

3 Sheehan, MichatlF...., 

3 'M>rKh.iU, Marr 

3 Kdly, Patrick I 



, Hughe., lamv... 

J Muir.y, Wm. I. . 

, (.nCenhaK.n. Can 

, K-.wnblum. fiu,.- 



\ Hi"], I'^iahl... 



Itu.- Hriurd •.! I^tluc: 
public II hou] site,-- 



till* Id Undi 



I puHic^hoolalie. 

I the Board ol Eilucatioi 

In ihe mailer of the app:i« 
: the Hoard of Educatini 



..bet, idaiTd 3dave. 



c Board of Education 



4 Shllvey,£ilward).. 



slancy Nicoll, Edward Duffy 
MacDonald, inquiring inio 



4 McLaughlin, Thomaa H., i 
4 McCleltiind Aleiauder,... 



FoFIr!wiL°°L^i?fh'?^l<« o'Teln 



« fee, iMW. 



c.,. 


fIuo. 


c™ 


t™„a™.. 


N..™.o.A™». 




is 

5J 364 

53 367 

J4 *" 

54 4" 

53 368 
53 369 

53 370 

ii 

ii 

54 4»9 

S3 3JS 


■' 'S 




For«b.teofe«iselic«.efee,S,,.38. 










do do 66.37. 


" ■■■ 


Lubber., Wr..an5'an<. 




HiimiJ, John, and jartmiah 
Reid VI. the Mayor.eic. Board 
of EducBUon, Peier N, Phdlips, 

CMhInV JHomel Vn inbit. by his 
Euardiui od litem, Edward J 


Damages (Drper»inal InjaTlei caused by lalliog 
in depretaion on i6ijt «.. near Wafludgton 






- ... 


IraHeeofihee^taieol >"« 


aSkheeper on Blacliwell'i Islaid tro.n Mny 

10, .694, toAug. .4, ■B9s.*a4easo. 

For paymenl 0! baJaucE of award made in the 
niaiter of Patterson and Towncr'a Staiimi, 

FwielaKof e.ciie license fee, irsP.,,. 


". ■■• 


Scbiff. B. Benjam n 




















z — 


Hevde, Herman and ano 


i]o d° .'1.6:40: 










do do 43 E4. 
Foreclose Ueo Icr servicei performed as Watcli- 
mim in the rcguiiting, etc., of iSolb St., 

For'affl^unt paid for repairing leak in watec- 
nulnio frontofpremlies >1 7Dth it. and Am- 
sterdam »ve., on Oct, 7. 'S95 (.4.15. 

For forwarding and balding In cu'loHy jewels 
and precious sioues by authority of District 
Attorney. Holm from one Burden by Doulop 
and Turner. Kt'-lS. 

For rebate of excise ]icen» fee, (9.41. 
do do .fi4.S9. 


... 


Leet-Jobn, vs. The Mayor, etc. 


.. ... 


Monon, Levi P.. Richard I 
Cro«,,GeorgeF. Bliss and Wm. 




ns eiecolor, etc., of CkrisM 
L.Crane,deceued 












■■ ;i 










do do %:ll. 
do d° T&*^: 








" 1' 


















































CertiorafiV. review ih,: m-nisvll I'rrelatortrom 
Tor..r..i. r ■■_■ -1 i ..ni>nrlherly!ideof 


... !! 


Aymsr. EliMb«h,vs. MatyAgne. 


'.. .. 


Robeni, Peter. v9. The Eighth 
Av.--nk.e Railroad Co., Metro 
politan Sireel Railway Co. and 
Tb.^ Mayor, flc 

Slandard Gsa-light Co. vs. The 


Tor, , ., .. : ..,l„ngliocof Btb 

For coal of refining o-cnchM and opcningj made 

jame, bel,Nov. .3, iTgs, and^Ucl. .a, .Bgfi, 

For mine of certain building and broken stone 
Jymg 81 Ba.hgalB ave.nnJi77ih 51., in April, 
i39e^a1legedtDliaveb(^en appropnated by ths 


- . 




'■ 


Viccei; I, Edward 


dn do 89.90. 








" 


Loehmann, Fredericlt W 

McQuadc, Joseph 










" 


:: r. 


Philip'EblinE Bcewicg Co 


it t ;;!.?: 







149 



Schedule 2 — (Continued), 



I Regis- 
Court, j TER 
I Foi 10. 



Supreme .. 






• • • 



54 435 

54 435 

54 436 

54 436 

53 377 



••• 53 378 

53 379 

53 380 

.••! 53 381 
I 

•••! 53 382 

53 383 

... 53 384 

53 385 

..- 53 386 

53 387 



4< 
■*» 

■4« 

i< 
<• 
<< 

«( 
<l 
4< 



... 54 437 

... 54 437 

...! 54 438 

...54 438 

...| 54 439 

...'54 439 

54 440 



54 44«> 

54 442 

53 388 

53 390 



53 391 
53 392 







54 


442 






54 


443 






54 


443 






54 


444 






53 


397 



it 
<< 
It 



53 398 



54 444 
54 445 
54 445 



53 395 I 
53 396 

(") 353 

53 394 



When 
Com- 
menced 



Apr. 20 
" 21 
21 
21 
21 



21 



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4< 



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(< 

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21 



22 



22 



22 



22 



22 



22 

22 
22 
22 

22 
22 
22 
22 

22 

22 

23 
23 



23 
23 



24 



24 



24 



24 



26 



26 



Title of Action. 



Nature of Action. 



Zimmerman, William 

McGrath, Larvrence W 

Lynch, Luke 

Coffey, Charles A 

McMorrow, C harles (ex rel.), vs. 
the Board of Police Commis- 
sioners 

Tucker, James P. (ex rel.), vs. the 
Board of Police Commis.*-ioners. 

Goelet, Robert, & Ogden Goelet. 



Braithwaite, Isaac 

Waters, Emma, vs. Geo. S. Chap 

man 

Carroll, William 

Presutti, Guiseppi 

Moore, Joseph (No. i) 

do (No. 2) 



McGuire, Thomas J., vs. Charles 
H. T. Collis, Commissioner of 
Public Wo ks, etc., et a! 



For rebate of excise license fee I165.75. 

do do 153 73. 

do do 148.65. 

do do g2.i8. 

Certiorari to review the removal of relator from 
the force. 

Certiorari to review the removal of relator from 

the force. 
To recover amount of award made for premises 

taken in the mattei of Carmine st. public 

school site, $15,000. 
For services, painting and repairing Unionport 

bridge, $350. 
(Damages tor false arrest and imprisonment, 
' $10,000. 
To recover amount of salary as Section Foreman 

in Department of Street Clea ling, bet. July 

12 and Dec. ?, 1895, $384.62. 
To recover amount of mechanic's lien for 

material furnished under contract of James J. 

Levins for regulating, etc., zSgth st. and 

Amsterdam ave., $22. 
For extra work and material for carriage-house. 

on City farm at Central Islip, L. L, bet. May 

4, 1893, and Nov. i, 1894, $995. 
For extra work and materials furnished for 

pavilions and dining-room on City farm at 

Central Islip, L. I., bet. May 4, 1893, and Nov. 

I. 189^, $i7,407.04. 
To restrain Commissioner of Public Works from 

preventing plaintiff from laying iron grating 

over area at Amsterdam ave. and i32d st. 



Wood, Mabelle, and James A. iTo have a certain mortgage assigned to them. 

Wood, matter of the application. 

lieadleston & Wo:rz (No. 3) 

Khret, George (No. 5) 

Emerald and Phoenix Brewing 

Co.(No.i) 

India Wharf Brewmg Co. No. 4). 

Kuppert, Jacob No. 9) 

Lcbkuchner, Jacob 

Bernheimer, Simon E., and ano. 

fNo.9) 

McMahon, Patrick 

Bacbmann, Johann August 

Ternberry, Joseph F 



O'Rourke, Charles A, 



For rebate of excise license fee, $210.55. 
do do 1,962.18. 

do do 659.86. 



257 54. 
190.69. 

68.49. 

58.63. 



do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 



Fisher, Irving R., George W. 
Davis and Nathaniel Fislier . . . 

Forty-second Street, Manhattan- 
ville and St. Nicholas Avenue 
Railroad Co. vs. The Metro- 
politan Street Railway Co., and 
The Mayor, etc 

Sigerson, Frank H 

Kivlen, Charles H., vs. Charles 
H. T. Collis, Commissioner of 
Public Works, etc 

Deering, James A. (In re) 



do do 156.91. 

do do 172.13. 

For services as expert witness in trial of George 

W. Appo, an insane person, Oct. 5), 1896, $25. 
Damages for personal injuries received at Har- 
lem River Bridge at 158th st., on Jan. 8, 1897, 

$20,00C. 

For merchandise sold and delivered bet. Aug 
i 17 and Dec. 30, 1896, $490. 
(To restrain construction of railroad at io6th St.. 
and 9ih ave. 



Rutherford M. Louise. 



24 Adler, Samuel 

24 jAarons, Solomon A, 

24 Siconolfi, Ralph 

24 iTargradi, Ludwig., 
26 Murphy, Peter A . . . 



Briehof. August (ex rel.), vs. 'I he 
Board of Police Commissioners, 

etc 

Adler, Jacob 

26 Schoenberg, Isidor. 

a6 jLiebmann, Herman.. 



For services as Stenographer in the matter of 
inquiry into sanity of Peter Friedman. $38.25. 

To restrain defendants from interfering with 
plaintiff in placing gratings over certain cellars 
in 135th St. 

To reduce assessment for regulating, etc., St. 
Nicholas terrace, from 130th st. to Convent 
ave. 

To recover amount of assessments paid for 
sewers in 66th St., bet. zcth ave. and Boule- 
vard, $306.77. 

For rebate of excise license lee, $170.76. 
do do 37-7*. 

do do 44.36. 

do do 20.22. 

For salary as Inspector of Buildings, bet. Aug 
12, 1895, and Mar. x8, 1897, $1,759.63 

Certiorari to review dismissal of relator from 
the force. 

For rebate of excise license fee, $62.05. 
do do 39- 90. 

do do 82.55. 



ISO 

Schedule 2 — (CetUimted), 



c™„. 


RSQIS- 
Foi". 


c 


" 


T„.ko.A™. 


N.T^B OP Actio.. 


Sup«n.e... 


(■ 

(' 


V,6 
446 

4°S 

408 
4«l 

„a 

354 
355 

4,8 
4.6 


f 


30 


^^^■ZSS,"-:"::::-::::::: 


For rebate of eirae licence fee, fifj.n. 


" 


Bdn,Jjid« 

Waldtn, WiUiun L 


i 'i .¥i. 


" ... 


otito pUha axd Rubber Mfg. 




■■ ... 


Iba. Caipar, vj, Ciiarlei H. T. 


Cbeslcr, tt,-6a. 

plainliff la pladns co«r on pan of sl3e«alk 


., 






„ 


N Sol 


Chester for .Bg!,»4oo._ ^ 




Walsh. Columbia, by WilUan, H, 
Gray, his guardian ad lilem. .. 

Slillery, John 


DamagPs for personal injuries received »1 Scitt 
SI. and jd ave., in collision wiLh aih can, 

For amount (Oaimed lo be due (or iiii>ilrucliii( 
Fo^^f^»Ll-;^Jof?«TownofWe„ Chew- 




Pallea,ThoniB G.. et .1., awc- 
utoii ofThoi. Filten, dcEeued 


ier, from Mar. i to Sept. i, 1805, Jfioo. 
Xiird ave., for jJne, .Sgi. leased'by City ol 




Starr, Henrietta, v.. Willlab G«l- 
liiehn. WiUism Plimley, Com- 


To forecloie'inorigjge on premises on southerly 
side of <st!i >t.. Bel, gth and loth aves. 






tioti =9/, chap, 4io, Laws of iBBa. in iilh PoUct 
■I tjSlh St. and Railroad ave. on Dec. ij, iiig6. 








W If o 


DcborthA,Coon,ito.«o, 




I* chr'1';. ""pT^rBrrwine t;: !: : 


do do wc.M- 




y 1 




For Ri»ds »-"c> Hn<l''n"^rchi,ndise'°.old and 

d.;:i-.-. 1 !■ . ..I .^ : .■! I'Liblit tliaritiel 

w'hiich.il 1^ c'rl'e..r.',r""" ■ "" " ■' ' 

Whitehall to Corleaisit. 

To acquit* title (o lands 00 Chamben, Cenlr* 
and Reade sis., in 6ih Ward, for a building 
for the Register and other municipal depart- 

Fo" Mbty as Levcler, from Dec. ;, .BSs, 10 

Jmi, i8s7. i'.too. 
For an aivarri mide in matter of openrng iStit 

St,. fitmKiog5iindgerd,io Bonlevird Lafay. 

F< r an anrard made in metier of opening iGrit 
St., Irom Kingsllltdge rd. 10 Boulevard Lalay- 




Walker, H^ry^ !?.... 

^Ha7ik^^'(?^r:,'"::'.:''„^'r.r.^ 

New Yorli and Br^c^kly,, Ferry 
and bteam IranSf orLalion Ln 




I" *j^ •°^"" "l^ 'he appiiiii™ 








Lynn, John (Matter of) 

- 
Mfss. Frank, and ano.. e.eeutor. 






Supreme.. 




crossing nt Harlem tivcf at i(5th St., Uct. aB, 


Mclnn^ss. Robert 


May 17, iBq5. S1J5-3S. 



.:7 



i5« 



ScHEDU LE 2 — ( Continued ) . 



Rscis- I When 
Courr. TSR j Com- 
F olio , 'mbncbd. 

i T«8^7. " 

•••■55 5C May 

I 

...| 55 5« ; " 

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Title of Actios. 



NATfRK OF A( TION. 



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55 60 ! 

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53 430 



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I 

•••j 53 435 

i 
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• • • 53 432 

1 
I 

••• 53 433 

•••; 53 434 
I 



54 45i 

, 54 453 
9thJud.Di«^t. 53 440 



Supreme 



53 436 



53 437 



•• 53 438 



•• 53 439 



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In the matter rf the application To .icquire title 10 property for a public school 

of ihe K ard of Kd'iratiim . . . . ! site in 25th St., bi-t. 7th and 8th aws 
In the matter of the application To acuuire title to property for a public school 

of the Board of Kducati< n ■ site D^t. Jerome .uul Walton ave«. 

In the matter of the application To ac(|uire ti'le to property tor a public «chi>ol 

of the Board of Kducatmn \ site in is'-th St., bet. Amsterdam ave. and 

KinKsbridge rd. 
In the matter of the application To :<cquire titlf to nrop'.Tty for a public school 

of the Board of Kducation site in 104th St.. bet. Columbus a d Am^ter- 

> ■ d.infi aves. 

In the mitter of th«* application Tn arcpiire title to property for a public school 

of the lioard of Kducation sit<- in 163d St., bet.(>rant and >liirri> aves. 

In the matter of ih*: upplicaMon To j'uuire title to property for a public school 

! of tht: Boar I of Kducation sin- lift. i6yth ^t. and Merrinm ave. 

In the m.itter of tli- :ipplii::iti'in 1 o a quire titl** to pro^M'rty for a public school 

i of the Board of Kducation site in >henff St.. i>4:t. Kast Houston and Stan- 

! t n stH, 

In the matter of the application To acquire title to propt-rty for a public school 

of the B >;<nl of Kducaii<in sit<- in 6sih and 66ih sts., het. Boulevard and 

' Amsterdam axe. 

In the mitter of the application I''* acquire title to propcrtv for a public school 

I of the Boird of Kducation site in Mot', l>it>ard. Mulberiy and Canal sts. 

Rose, Hudson P., vs. \x\\\\% F. To restrain int- rfi rence with the laying of water 
HafTen.Commis iomr of .street pip-s to connect with mains of New York aiid 

InipDvemenis, etc VVcHt'hestcr Water Co. at Mapcs' estate, in 

' Vill.ijje of Westcht ster. 

Now York News Piiblishi.ig Co Sumnioiis only served. 

I No. 2; I 

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Koch, Josepli ^cx rel... vs. Thi- 
Board of Kstiniate ami Ajuior- 
tionmcnt 



ccrta n ch.mty p.ttier.ts at Flower Surgi'.al 
Hospital, bet. .May 20, 18^, ami Jan.i, 1897, 

Tocom;>i'l respf-nlt-nts to audit billof necc^sary 
fxpi-nsf*. in urrcd by the relator in prosecut- 
ing; and dvteiii:iii>{ ai.ti->iis in regard tc his title 
to ■■ffiijf of p. -lie? Jusiic-'. 

To recover p-.sscs ion of icrtain «.hatt<-li valued 
at *3 o. 



I o foreclose mort^iige. 



6 
6 



11 trier, Ferdinand, vs. .Mi>rris 

i Flichten'eld ond John Harriot. 

Scott, William H , vs. l-illur R. 

Stein and R')l>ert B. Nooney, 

Commissioner of Jurors, et al.. 

Donn'.'lly, Peter For r<:b it» < f excise license fee, 8^4.70. 

(ialiauher. Frank J do do 1425. 

'Balsam, Fanny, vs. John F. Har- For 85.?. 50 part of sum of §6082 tak'^n from 

! riot.. Winceiita Bajcwkaconvicied ('f grind larceny. 

j Waehrmann, Arthur For award made in the marter < f o, toning Clinton 

I ave., from B )stcn rd. to Crct< n i Park. 

■ Gillings. Peter C, vs. The Mayor, To foreclose lien tor flagging done iindur con- 
erc, and Christopher Nally... tract with Naliy on Primary School No. 38, 

WiUiamsbridg'*. 

Walsh, Patrick ' For amount of salary due as ( ^leaner and 

' Sweep'-rin epartmeni of Public Works, from 
Jan. 9. to Feb. 35, 1896, $72. 

Bloomingdale, Lyman G For goods, ware- and merchandise sold and 

deliver*. d to D -partmeni of Public Charities, 
I b-.t. Aug 12 and 15, 189'', $1,385,79. 

Striker, James A ;To rccovt-r amount of assessment paid for 12th 

I ave. op ning, 93,4x1.90. 
Bowne, Watson H., and Warren^For gO( ds, wares and merchandise delivered to 

Ferris j school districts Nos. i and 4, Town ui West- 

I Chester, $144. 2f. 

Bowne, Watson H For goods, wares and merchandise so sold and 

j delivered at Town of Westchester. <892.63. 

Rice, Nellie (Matter of) ; For award made in the m itter of opening Min- 

i ford pi. 
Nesmith, Henry E., Jr., (In re). . To vacate assessment for paving South $t., from 

I Whitehall to Corh'ars st. 
United States Trust Co., as jTo vacate assessment for paving South St., from 

trustee, etc. In re; Whitehall to Corlears st. 

Pyne, M.Tayler, as executor, etc. To vacate nssessment for paving South st., from 

(In ro) I Whitehall to Corlears st. 

Ruhe, Minna, et al., executors.iTo vacate a.ssessmeiit tor vaving Chambers St., 

(In re) ! from West to Greenwich st. 

Dowling. William For rebate of excise license fee, $163.71. 

I Kloppenberg. Frederick M., Jr.. I 

Sauer, Henry W ' 

.Jacob Hoffman Brewing Co. . 

lEngel, Jacob 

iWieler, William 

Komdorfer, Louis 

JKorn, John and ano 

Neusch, Philipp 



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DegenJiardt, UcoTffo V 
Mavur, etc. Chas, H.l 

aniMn .* Edwani jV h', ', ' 



Forly-iecDad Strfet, I 
Yille ud St. NU:ht> 



rewDockCD. (lare) 

idnai, Mar;a W. IMallor 



etc.. orj!!h^'R(«en. deccaiJ 

Jemi™Bn ™., a.lh Aven 
Railroad Co., Motropoli'; 



iS'ra." Co.'. T^o'sitll^o- 
n Streel KmlToad Lo., 

he Mayor, eU;.. 

Mjrv V!, Charles H. 
r, llie M^yor, etc.. ei il, 
.let and Traders' Bunk ot 
iiyol New Ye A, admin- 



Lynn, John (MalWroTj. , 



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son, Ellen E. [In re)... 

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May 13 



TiTI.K OF Ai HON. 



Nati'kk UK Action. 



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I^ofiK Island City %*«. Ii>hn Jfri>t<>- lnjuiii:ti"n fo rroinin thi- d' fendants irom takiiij^* 
man ct al , Sixth Avenue K.«il- .my ;i- titm Mhich in any way Hlient the 1 mtdi- 
road < 'o , Ki>;hih Avenue Kail ti'ni ot uff.iirH fxistin< between the i'ity .iiid 
road (.'■•., MetrMMiiit.in Str-rt ttu- >ixr)i and f-iKhth A\enue Kaihi'ai Com- 
K.tilrnad Co., and rh*; May-ir, p.ini- s. 

etc 

13 kedncr, Ilaniel F<>r ^id.iry atir^ed to t>e dur a^ Pair •Ini.iii fiom 

J. III. t t • June I, iH/<-, «5^->.4^ 

13 Lydi»;. I'hilip, vs. Ashbel I*. Fiti'h. Manil.tuius t<< 1 mnpul a rc<i..ctii>n i>f fifty per 

as Co'upt roller, etc c iii. on .ississncnt tor opi-niitf pulil c park at 

117111 St. .md 7tii .ive. 

14 .Mait1and,Th<'ma9 A. v^. C\ li.T To psiL^m detrnd.iiits fr.im interfering with 

(.'nllts. (! mmissioiK-r ••! Piii>li< pl.iintitY in pKiuiiit: t^raiir,^ nvrr iriM at prtm- 

Wiirks, et :il inc% n-'ithc.ist 1 >-riicr -itti avi* un<l :iiih si. 

14 Kichanls, IhoMij>i S. 'ex r»*l.-, v^ f' rji<'i.ir. «■> review the di>ini<«sal I'l" rel.ttor 
I'hc Koard ot I'-liii- i'otnrn:^ fr'in the t<>rcv. 

Ai<»nf:^^, cic 

14 I'isher, lrviii>r K., (ic'n;v W. To rei'ovcr u-imunt dui* r>r merchan.lise told 
Iiavisaiiii N.ithanii.-l t'i>)ii-r. ... I>' twecn \\i:,. 17 .ind iKc. \o, I^l/^ f4.)o. 

N'ii>{fnt, Jotin K I* or relate ■■! i;x<.ise lic:*n u tee, S7i^..s2. 

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RusM-ll. William V do 

Stenn rn:d>-l, Mana clo 

Jani':» Hrady, l)ani»'l McAulifT. To f«»re' I»)^e a iniirt,;a>;c on premises in the 7th 
C) .thcrin- ( rowli.y, rt u'., .ids. Ward .»t Monrue and Corlvars «ts., |x,5 a 

The Mayor, et'; 

(.'alhi^han. Wil.iuin J Kor ^ dary duo as f {arne'>ni ikcr am! Keeper in 

BLii kwi l.'s \s\ iiid |iri»<in, ir >ni .V-v. 14, 1089, 
' to ^ pt. 10, 1- y«;, S"f,irt5. 

Crosby, Kli/aheth M l-<>r p.iyn-ent ot an awanl lor property at Madi- 

H 11 .iii'l I'lkf sis., taken (ur public ncho*^! pur- 

pOS'"S, «I2.S4I <''•■ 



licfn't' fee, S.v5-34- 

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do 53.42. 

do x '7.40. 

do isfi.i^. 



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Ivory. Kd ward J K<ir lebate of cxLis- 

O'l'o'le liirMin do 

Jiiischmann. Charles (!'> 

Quick, August do 

'Lynch, Mary T., as administni- do 

trix, etc 

Union Transfer and Storage Co.. For ^crvic s rendered by order of Kxecutive 

Committee, C-'ltcKe of City of Now York, 
bet. Jui.v 17, 1891, and Oct. 7, X893, I24.30. 

fuhn^on, tMmiind E. (In re) To vacate safe for unpaid taxes on pr iperty in 

' Town of l'I;istch''sti r. 
Mnrtell, Louisa, vs. John F. To re ov.r ]>o«ses!si(>n of a seaUkin coat taken 

' Harriot from ^mui-1 Sjhredn';i:ky, valucil at $250. 

■Callahan, James A For sjhiry as l*la.><ten;r and Keeper on Black* 

I well's Island, from Nov. 16, 1891. to Aug. 2X» 

j iHySi f^'fi ^• 
Newton, Robert Safford 'P'or servi- e- a% Mcdiial Kxpert inci'iiring into 

i sanity of Willam J. Kos-iier, $1,76=;. 
Mosher, Stephen Uania^cs f.r I ss ot scrvici-s ot planiiifTs wife, 

j resulting fmin pcrsunal injuries received at 

I l..enox uvc. aiut i37lh st , on Nov. 13, 1896, 

Griffiths, Evan, vs. Frank W. I'o torctlosc lion under con.ract tor rej airing 
McNeal, 'I'he Mayor, etc.,' Ninth Regiment Arm -r. , f 164. 

et al ' 

Spcer, William McMurtrie For s(r\'iccs render* d by Eugene S. Ives, as 

Coinm -^si-iner ot .-\ppraisal, in the matter ot 
lh«' iith Ward I'.irk. $^,5(0. 
Jerome, Eugene M , and Daniel, '1\> determine tit'c to strip of land at the intcr- 
Ma^^on, as executors, etc., of bLCium ot 12th avc. and 157th st. 

Julia Gi'uld Jerome 

Callahan, Mary .....Summons only ^erved. 

Wood, Henry S To recover amount paid under protest to Co n- 

missioner of I*ul)lic Works tor permit to c> 11- 
struct vaults at Nos^. 112, 114 and xx6 Bleeckcr 

St.. 3437 5^- 
To acquis e title to })ropcrty for school site in 

of the Board of Education I Aca'.einy St., Vermilyea ave., and Kin>;s- 

bridge rd , 12th Ward. 
To acquire title to property for school site in 
157th St., bet. Courtlandt and Melrose aves., 
a3d Ward. 
To acquire title to property for school site in 
37th St., bet. 2d and 3d ave*., 21st Ward. 
In the matter ol the application |To acquire title to property for school site in 

of the Board of Education I Avenue C, bet. 8th and 9th sts. 

In the matter of the application 1 To acquire title to property for school site in 
of the Board of Flducation [ Broome and CasLWQw %v&.« v^i!cw^-^x^. 



In the matter of the application 



In the matter of the application 
of the Board of Educaticm 

In the matter of the application 
of the Board of Education 



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154 

Schedule 2 — ( Continued ). 



Court. 



Supreme ... 






City 



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Title of Action. 



Maething^, William H. fNo. 19). . . 

do (No. 13}... 

David Stevenson Brewuig Co ... . 

Jordan. William C 

Hicks, Jacob L 

Moore, Hugh H 



Prey, Frank O, 



Fitzgerald, Richard J. (ex rel), 
VK. Board of Police Commis- 
sioners, etc 

Brady, Joseph E. (ex rel.), vs. 
Board of Police Commissioners, 
etc 



McCariy, Joseph A. (ex rel ), vs. 
Board of Police Commissioners, 
etc 

Health Department vs. Domimco 
Rovegno 

Hyde and others and Matheson 



Nature of Action. 



For rebate of excise license fee, $1,488.87. 
do do 354.80. 

do do 177.40. 

do do >49-3i« 

do do 80.00. 

Salary as Foreman in the Department of Street 

Improvements of the 9id and 94th Wards, 

from July 17, 1896, to Fcd. i, 1897, I581. 
Damages for personal injuries received at 133d 

St., b;t. Alexander and Willis aves., fio.ooo. 
Certiorari to review the proceedings of the 

Commissioners in removing reUtor from the 

force. 
Certiorari to review the proceedings of the 

Commissioners in removing relator from the 

force. 
Certiorari to review the proceedings of the 

Commissioners in removing relator from the 

force. 
In the matter of the condemnation of premises 

at No. 14 Roosevelt st. 
Application for land under water. 



&Co 
Hammerstein, Oscar, vs. Frank For damages for slander at meeting of Board of 



Moss. 

Reeves, George H. 



Piccerillo, Michele. 



Hall. Joseph P 



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54 
54 


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Farley, Peter (In re) 

Kountz. Catherine (Matter of. 



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Police C >mmissioners $50,000. 
Assignee of Ducker Portable House Co., to 
recover amount due for repairs to skate-house 
in Central Park, $350. 

Henderson, Henry C For services as Counsel to Town of Westchester, 

I from Jan. i, 1893, to June 3, 1895, $6,025. 

Aronson, Rachel To recover interest on award in the matter of 

Hester st. school site, $71.43. 

Isaacs, Barney {To recover interest on award in the matter of 

Hester St. school sit'', $112.85. 
To foreclose lien under contract of James J. 
Levins for regulating, etc.. 189th St., from 
Amsterd.-im 10 Wads worth ave. 
For repairing underground electric currents, 
etc., at Superintendent's hous^. Central Islip, 
Long Isl tnd. $xoo. 
To vacate assessinent for pavmg West St., from 

Battery pi. to Gmsevoort st. 
'For award mad ' in the mauer of ihe Grand 
I Boulevard and C?oncourse. 
United St.ites Real Estate and For award mad; in the matter of the Grand 

Trust Co. Matter of) Boulevard and Concour-e. 

LissntT. H.?nry For rebate of excise license fee, $181 26. 

Frrnch. K M do do 46.58. 

Dollard, ToNcph A do do 31-78. 

Foody, ^larlin, et al ! do do 141.66. 

Wickenhei^er, Charles F : do do 94.98. 

Warren, I r\'ing T I d> do 58.50. 

I 
Quinn. lohn, vs The Mayor, etc.. To re«r.\in erection of newspaper booth under 

and John O'Connell olevaed r.ulroad stairs at southeast cor. of 

6th ave, and 8th st. 
Nealis. Daniel (ex rel.\ vs. The Certiorari to review ihedi^mLsal of relator from 
Board of Pol icc Commissioner-, the force. 

Biixttfr, Mary A. ^Matterof* For an award made in the matter of opening 

Brook ave. 
Rrennan. Thorns S.. as executor. Summons with notice for 585. 10 served. 

e:c.. of Patr.ck Brenr.an 

Finnerty. John For b.xlance of salary as Driver in Department 

of Street cleaning, from Apr. 26 to Dec. 31, 
1S94. 5.^6. 
Rob"rt<s Irene B.. et al.. execu- To re. over amount of assessment paid for rcg- 
tors of Kdward Ro*>erts, do- ul.«tinii. etc . xst ave.. from 92d to 109th St., 

ce.» ed fS^S oS 

Wcndler. Joseph ,ox kI.\ vn. Vhc Oenionn to r<>virw the removal of rel itor from 
Bo.ird of r lice *.'omniis<ionerN. the ton c. 

etc 

Brugman, William F. (Matter of . For *war\l made in the m.\ttor oi o. ening Wales 

1 ave . $.J5.v>x\ 
do do For award m* ie in iho m.xtter of opening St. 

Joseph St.. <; 451 
C.-opentnan, Isaac, vs. John F. i-'or return of certain chattels. 

Harriot 

Elagan. John For sa^an^' as AsM^tan Fnpaetr of lath Regi- 
ment Armo'^*, from Nov.i* to l>ec. 31. 1896, 
$152. 

Horton. James M. ^In re' To vacue a$ses$T«ert for reg-ul.-ting, etc., 

Macom^*s Dam rd . 



■55 

Schedule z~-{Ci>ntinued). 



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grade of Macomb's Dam rd. 
For award made in the matter of opeomg East 














GUb«t,DavidB 

Weill. Anna (Matter of) 

3ehn,John 


Mnily of Peter Friedman, iijo. 
For award made in Ihe matter of the Grand 

Far rebate of eiciie license fee. J«B.40. 

do do 5"^' 


" 


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F-aenkel. Morri. 


do do 36.84. 














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do do 7J.6i. 


1 ::: 


and David E. Austin, ^(leiver 
ofTaneipetc 

Farley, jamei (ex rel.', vi. The 

Moncypenny, David T. (en rel.) 

Ayiins. Amanda'.:::::::;::::;:; 

Smith, Marie C 

Croft, Frank D., and another.... 

Town of Wealcheaier *a. Mlchae 
Roach, FeLda Roacb and 


.her ta«« on property of plaintiff for 180S 
than 65 per cent, of amount of Isxa asieiied 

Certiorari 10 review [he removal of relator from 

the fvrce. 
Cerlio-an id review the removal of relator from 

the force. 

Da'nages for personal injuries by fallioe on 
.idetalLa. 7^h ave. and la.st .'. 00 dSc. a, 

Ward No. 66, Block sw. .slh Ward, «..»..», 

«"_i™ Sj^'Y"''. 1«^ Nov. 9. .B9S. «.d July 

Suil'onX'l.d i'or fiiiure to pay over (S,003 eol- 

accoun.Sfplaiotiir. 
Damages for pergonal injuries by falling into 

To foteclose'^Uen undu' contract for Primary 
School No. 36, at No>.6a and 70 Monroe n , 

1 or "Kba"' of eacix UcenM fee. 1.9.03. 

1 1 .11 
do do 4i,a;. 

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Cibb. David F.,v..Th. Board of 


., 




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Kaualer, Frank A 






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^.Herman 

Sdmms. William H 

Slertifels Samuel M 






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do do is.a^ 
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ing South sth ave., fnm Canal lo 41)1 »., 

Certiorari to review tbe diimiaial of reUtor 
ftDtn the force. 


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Damages for ppnonal injuries by f^lluie on 

Sirs.™"-*"""'"'"''"-- 

For Ids> of services of plaintiff's wife. Kale 
For rebate ot eiciso license fee, 938.89. 

s: 3: ;!•"■ 






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Croncr, Abraham 

S.ern.io.eph 













'56 

Schedule l—{Cmlmued). 



., Morri* 

f. LoDii 

. Ediwd 

t Lamb«ri. Reqry W... ,., 

t Simoi.Sot'vh 

■ Beckhardi, Abe 

, Geeks P='« 

, Hughei,lMia 

! 1161™, Henry H 

, Klinger.John 

Inly, William M 

, Jlmnn.Adolph 

, Wheitfietd, Ednrd 

S McDoruiLd, Toha B., vf. Ttu 
MivQi, ac, ChirioW.Collin: 

H'th oVpiirlmMil vs.Duilci R 
KfuidillEial 

eUer.ChnrlM 

F Clirii, Cyiui 

r Atcfa, Mocri^ J 

r Ehrei, CeaiiB 

F. & M. Seh'aefcc Brewing Co. . J ! 

David Marer BrewlnE Co 

India WbsrrRrcwlng Co 

, SKin,Conr.d 

, Mev«.Tohnr 

J Giing.JohnG.,et«l.,«ieiulor». 

r MonrDE Eckstein Biewiog Co 

- ■ aek.Chariei 

lan, Potrick.'viVThe'iiayoV 
i.andPiimcl<Coilel1o 

iKmaia, Daniel [Miller of ). . 

le, Albert N. f?i rel.t, v> 
Silas C. itott et a!., Commis. 
siooen of Charilio 

D SeecHid Avenue Railroad Co 

:;olt, WhilBeld 

, ion, Charles F 

wQod.Uanitl F 

:s, Tiioma'^ B 

y. LiwrFnce £., adminii- 
tar. etc,, of Jostpb F. Slorry. 

istein, s'oVhiV (Mait'or of) '. '. '. 

_..._..des. John H,. execulor ol 
Jacob Har«e{«nU).v>, A>h- 

IkI p. Fitcb, Comptroller 

DD, Bmdiih, el a1., u- 
on of Biadiih Tohmon 
.el.), v., Aibbel P. Fitch, 

If, JosMh w!'(«rel'.),'«! 
btl P. Filch, Comptroller,, 



■i: 



o( Pmbt Fried ma 
er amDunI of aa 
ening. bel. 59th a 






1«S by the truiteet of Ihe Colic 
City of Mew York. U.wo. 
CommiiiiDn de lunalino inquiiEodo. 



IS Clerk ofili-- Village of 
liefieidrfor 



Ifcri^'nd'^^e'lfo'treViNa.. 
19 InipeciOT of Fire Akrm K) 



157 



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Court. 



Supreme ... 



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54 509 

54 510 

54 510 

54 5»» 

55 "5 

55 "6 

55 "7 

55 "I 

55 "8 

55 "9 

55 xao 

55 "3 

55 "4 



55 126 

55 127 

55 xaS 

55 «25 

55 130 

55 »3i 

55 132 

55 133 

55 "34 

55 135 

55 136 



55 140 



55 142 



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Com- 
menced. 



1897. 
June xo 



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Title of Action. 



Gorman, Patrick (ex rel.), vs. 
The Board of Park Commis- 



sioners 



zo 
zo 
10 
10 
zz 



iz 
zz 
zi 

zz 

zz 

ZI 
Z9 

Z3 

'4 

14 

X4 
X4 

X5 

15 
16 
16 

16 
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17 
X7 

X7 



Wasser, David 

Van Opstal, Andrew . 
Eastern Brewmg Co . 

Hanley, Daniel 

Haverty, Patrick N. . 



54 
54 
54 
55 


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513 
5x3 

»37 


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17 
17 

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55 


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Cahill. Edward 



Gumbleton, Heiury A . 
Cox, James , 



Victory, Henry. 



Morrill, Mary A ■ 



Gott, Edq^r L., as Committee, 

etc. (Matter ofj 

Norz, John 



Koehler, Y. Hugo, vs. William 
W. Flannagan, as trustee. The 
Mayor, etc., et al 

Davidson, Aaron 

Eichler, Saiuuel 

Forrest. Charles R., executor, 
etc., of George T. Forrest (ex 
rel.), vs. Ashbel P. Fitch, Comp- 
troller 

Mitchell, William, as executor, 
etc., of Clarissa E. Curtis, de- 
ceased (ex rel.), v5. Ashbel P. 
Fitch, Comptroller 

Potter, Frederick, administrator 
of O. B. Potter, deceased (ex 
re1.\ vs. Ashbel P. Fitch, Comp 
troUer 

Giovanni, Balossone 



Cunningham, Richard, vs. Philip 
J. Marrin 

Cavanagh, John (ex rel.), vs. The 
Board of Police Commissioners. 

Glennon, Frank P. (ex rel.), vs. 
The Board of Police Commis- 



sioners 

O'Meara, Daniel. 



Seaich. William H. 



Conroy, Alexander 



Demarest, Elizabeth A., execu- 
trix, etc , of Matilda Reynolds, 
deceased 

Singer, Sarah J., vs. The Mayor, 
etc.. The Board of Education 
and Richard Irving 

Smith, Henry 

Price, James 

Hart, Joseph M 

Irving, Catherine, et al. (Matter 
of) 



Kidder, Edward G. 



Cannon, Sylvanus T. ; Henry G. 
Atwater; Charles M. Cannon 
and Alfred B. Cruikshank 

Constable, James M., et al 



Wagener, Louis (ex rel.), vs. The 
Board of Police Commissioners, 
etc 



Nature of Action. 



Certiorazi to review proceeding's of respondents 
in removing relator from position of Plumber. 

For rebate of excise license fee, I17.81. 

do do 75.44. 

do do Z67.96. 

do do Z08.49. 

For salary as Assessor, from Nov. z to Dec. 3X, 

^ 189s, I583-33- 

For salary as Assessor, from Oct. 3Z to Nov. ao, 

«^5. |i94-43* 
For salary as Assessor, from Oct. 31 to Nov. 90, 

X895. $i94.43- 
For salary as Justice of the Peace of the Town 

of Westchester, from Jan. i to June 8, 1895, 

$365.20. 
For salary as Highway Commissioner in Town 

of Westchester, from Mar. z, 1894, to Aug. 3Z, 

Z895, |i,aiz.5o. 
Damages for injuries to coach and horse at No. 

113 W.^oth St., Feb. zz, Z897, $600. 
For award made for land taken for school site 

on 38th St., near ad ave. 
For services performed and material furnished 

by John Malloy, as tender of drawbridge over 

Eastche-iter creek, $457.57. 
Summons only served. 



For rebate of excise license fee, $76.63. 
do do Z5.88. 

Mandamus to compel payment of assessment 
for z2th ave. opening, I950. 



Mandamus to compel payment of assessment for 
13th ave. opening, $z, 280.1a. 



Mandamus to compel payment of assessment for 
12th ave. opening, I837.36. 



To foreclose lien under contract of James J. 

Levins for reffulatmg, etc., K89th St., I48. 
Damages for fause arrest and imprisonment on 

May 27, Z897, |2,oo3. 
Certiorari to review the dismissal of relator 

from the force. 
Certiorari to review the dismissal of relator 

from the force. 

Salary as Deputy Sheriff of the Town of West- 
chester, from Jan., 1893, to Jan., 1895,1175. 

Damages for injuries to'horse, etc., at No. Z35 
Elast 33d St., on Apr. Z2, 1897, $315. 

Damages for personal injuries received at No. 
X35 East 33d St., Apr. za, Z897, $15,000. 

To recover amount ot assessment paid for outlet 
sewer in zo8th St., $647.20. 

To recover possession of premises in 34th Ward 
alleged to be wrongfully held by the Board of 
Education, and for damages, $2,500. 

For rebate of excise license fee, $150.00. 
do do 73.36. 

do ^ do 393. i^* 

For award made in the matter of opening River 
ave., from East 144th st. to Jerome ave., 
$1,344.15. 

For services as Justice of Peace of the Town oi 
Westchester in 1894 and 1805, $53.20. 

For legal services rendered to the Town of 
Westchester, $382.07. 

To recover rent of premises for ofHce of Special 
Commissioner of Jurors, in Constable Build- 
ing, for Jan., Feb ^ March and April, Z897, 
$766.67. 

Certiorari to review the removal of relator from 
the force. 



158 



Schedule 2 — ( Continued ) . 



Court. 



Supreme . . . 







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<< 



City. 



Supreme ... 



<f 



4t 



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55 141 
55 144 



55 H5 

55 X46 

55 147 

55 148 

55 X49 

55 150 

55 151 

55 152 

55 X53 

55 154 

55 156 

55 X55 

(") 366 

55 X57 

55 158 

55 159 

55 160 



54 514 

54 5H 

54 515 

54 515 

54 516 

55 161 

55 X62 



55 163 



55 164 
55 x6s 



55 x68 

55 166 

55 X67 

55 170 

55 171 

55 172 

55 173 



1897. 
June 19 



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41 



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31 

31 

31 

31 



33 

33 
33 
33 

23 

23 

23 
33 

24 

24 

25 
25 
25 

25 
25 



Title of Action. 



0*Suli;van, Patrick K. (ex rel.), 
vs. The Board of Police Com- 
missioners, etc 

Gibson, Joseph H 

Hickox, Ralph 



FarrcU, Christopher J. (Matter oQ 

New York Protestant Episcopal 
Public School 



Crosby, Margaret E., as execu- 
trix, etc , of Howard Crosby, 
deceased 

Schnepp, Laura 

Findlay, Thos. S., vs. The Mayor, 
etc.. et al 

Rourke, John (Matter of the es- 
tate of) 

Kidder, Edward G 



Nature of Action. 



Baird. Robert H . 



Goldberg, Henry 

Mulligan, Daniel (ex rel.), vs. 
Charles H.T. Collls, Commis- 
sioner of Public Works 

Coakley, Daniel, vs. Charles H. 
T. Collb, Commissioner of 
Public Works 

Wheeler, Margaret T 



«< 
<< 

44 
44 
44 


25 
25 
25 
25 
36 


44 


36 


44 


36 


44 


26 


44 


28 


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28 


44 


38 


t( 


28 


4t 


28 


44 


29 


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39 


41 


29 


44 


29 



Certiorari to teview ihe removal of relator from 
the force. 

Summons, with notice for $25, served. 

For salary as Attorney f )r Village of Williams, 
bridge until completion of sewer system- 
$1,800. 

For award made in the matter of opening Jack- 
son ave , $235.86. 

For award made for premises taken for public 
school site on Avenue A, bet. 77th and 78th 

StS., $73,CX)0. 

For award made for premises taken for a public 
school site in Madison st., $12,333. 

Damages for personal injuries received on 75th 

St., near Lexington ave., jH 50,000. 
To foreclose lien under contract for building 

Fourth Street School-house, $1.0x8.37. 
Application of The Mayor, etc., for payment of 

claim of $1,556.06. 
For services as Justice of the Peace of the Town 

of Westchester in 1894 and 1895, I53.20. 
For damages to horse and wagon on Central 

Bridge at 155th st.and 8th ave., $300. 
Summons only served. 
Mandamus to compel Commissioner of Public 

Works to reinstate relator to his position in 

the Department. 
To recover 30,000 stone paving blocks excavated 

at Gouvemeur Hospital and for damages, $50. 

Damages for personal injuries received on Mar. 

24, 1897, on sidewalk of Greenwich St., bet. 

West lolh and Christopher sts., $10,000. 
To vacite assessment for paving Greenwich St., 

from Vescy to Barclay st. 
Damages for personal injuries received at public 

dump at West lath St., $5,000. 
For amount due on contract with C. W. Hunt 

Co., for erection of coal conveyorat New High 

Service Works, Croton Aqueduct, $6,348. 
Damages For personal injuries received at 13th 

ave., bet. 24th and asth sts., $5,000. 
Mandamus to compel Register to receive and 

record satisfaction of mortgage on premises in 

West xithst. 

3r rebate of « 
do 
do 
do 
do 
For award made in the matter of opening East 

x83d St.. $115. 
To recover amount paid for rent of premises 

Nos. 38 and 38^ Catharine st., taken for 

school purposes, $'533.33. 
To recover amount due K)r goods sold to insane 

patients in Bellevue Hospital May 19, 1896, 

$74-5o- 
Summons only served. 
Damages for death of Timothy Connor by being 

thrown from a truck on cor. of Gouverneur 

SUp and South Ferry, on Apr. 37, 1897, 

$35,000. 
For an award made for lands taken for a public 

park, chapter 523, Laws of 1884. 
Mandamus to compel payment of assessment 

for opening X2th ave., $48.31. 
Mandamus to compel payment of assessment 

for opening 13th ave., $4^8.65. 
For amount due for furnishing supplies to Board 

of Health for a disinfectant plant on Canal st., 

North river, $724.55. 
Farrow, John J. (ex rel.). vs. The Certiorari to review the dismissal of relator 

from the force. 



Parr. Benjamin, executor of Susan 

Lilienthal (In re} 

Ruther, William 



Smith, Augustus. 



Cooper, Douglas. 



Stemmler, Theodore W. (ex rel.), 
vs. William Sohmer, Register. . 



Bloechlinger, Joseph 

Pohlman, Carl 

Korndorfer, Harry 

Stuhl, George 

John Kress Brewing Co 

Sullivan, Jeremiah, and another 

(Matter of) 

Smith, Cecilia G 



Higman, Philip W. 



Rothschild, Seligman 

Connor, Bridget, as administra- 
trix, etc., of Timothy Connor, 
deceased 



Sickles, Daniel E. (Matter of) ... . 

Townshend, John 

Townshend, Mary N 

Electrozone Co 



rebate of 


excise 


license fee, 


$^0 


13- 


do 




do 


37- 


26. 


do 




do 


xo. 


41. 


do 




do 


IIS 


06. 


do 




do 


104 


xo. 



Board of Police Commissioners. 

McKee, Eleanor, administratrix, 
etc., vs. The Board of Educa- 
tion 

Ruser, Anna (Matter of) 



For labor performed, etc., on Grammar Schools 

Nos. 57, 60, 76 and 83, $693.25. 
For award made in the matter of opening Brook 

ave., from East i6sth st. to Webster ave., 

$489.16. 



'59 

Schedule 2— [Continued). 



COURI 


• 


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ter 
Folio. 


Supreme 


• • • 
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• « • 

• • • 


54 
54 
54 
54 


516 
517 

518 




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• • • 

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54 
54 
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519 
590 

520 

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55 186 



54 521 

54 521 

54 5«a 

54 52» 

54 522 

55 187 



55 188 

55 189 

55 190 

55 «9i 

55 192 

55 193 

54 523 

55 199 



When 
Com- 
menced. 

1897. 
June 39 
29 
29 

29 
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29 
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30 
30 
30 
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2 
2 
2 
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2 

3 



Title of Action. 



Nolan, Christopher. 

Farley, Philip 

Sceley, William J . . . 
Meier hof, Moses.... 

Hoy t, Edward 

Straitthoif, John . . . . 
Spenncke, August . . 

Ermilio, Joseph 

Langron, foseph . . . . 
Turner, Eklward W. 
Callahan, Mary 



8 
8 

8 
8 
8 



Jaques, Zacharias (ex rel.), vs. 
Ashbel P. Fi.ch, as Comp- 
troller 

Deppcler, John (ex rel.), vs. 
Ashbel P. Fitch, as Comp- 
troller 

Dixon, Sophia A. (ex reU, vs. 
Ashbel P. Fitch, as Comp- 
troller 

Lasala, Mary J., et al., executors 
of Ellen R Randall (ex rel.) vs. 
Ashbel P. Fitch, as Comptroller 

Glatt, Abe 



Bronx Gas and Electric Co. (ex 
rel.) vs. The Board of Tax 
Commissioners 

Meade, Clarence W 



Pool, Joseph..., 
Hedges, Job E. 



Browning, William C, Henry W. 
K ng and Edward W. Dewey, 
vs. Charles H. T. Collis, etc. . . . 



Seeley, Frank D 

Myers. IkeH 

Palmer, Charles R 

Franklyn, Richard L 

Del Carlo, Guiseppi 

Rice, William C. (ex r?I.), vs. The 
Board ot Police Commissioners, 
etc 

Garvey, Joseph M. (ex rel.\ vs. 
The Board of Po ice Commis- 
sioners, etc 

Bonynge, Robert 



Nature of Action. 



do 


49.86. 


do 


27.94. 


do 


48.21. 


do 


3X.91. 


do 


65.73- 


do 


12.05. 


do 


22. x8. 


do 


40.54- 


do 

• • 


.»7.53. 



Leggesi, William E.J 



Smith, Dominick 



Horton, Charlotte A. (ex rel.), vs. 
Charles H. T. Collis, Commis- 
sioner of Public Works 

Smith, John J., Charles H.Smith 
and Elias D.Smith 



Fauth, Gottlieb . 



Rhoades, John Harsen, executor 
(ex rel.\ vs. Ashbel P. b'itch, as 
Comptroller 

Tuiner, George W., as Receiver 
of the New York Recorder Co. 

Donnelly, John A. (ex rel.), vs. 
The Board of Police Commis- 



sioners , 

Beard. Frank S. 



Keohane, Dennis (ex rel.), vs. The 
Board of Police Commissioners. 

Wilkins, Charles (ex rel.), vs. The 
Board of Police Commissioners. 



For rebate of excite license fee, $4.93. 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 
Damages for personal injuries received at Spring 

and Thompson sts., on Dec. 14, 1896, ^2,000. 
To compel repayment of assessment for zath 
ave. opening, $365. 

To compel repayment of assessment for 12th 
ave. opening, $583.30. 

To compel repayment of assessment for z2th 
ave. opening, $ 

To compel repayment of assessment for rath 
ave. opening, $855.80. 

Summons only served. 

Certiorari to review assessment on relator's 
personal property. 

For salary as City Magistrate for June, 1897, 

$583 33- 
For salary as City Magistrate for June, 1897, 

$583 33. 
For salary as Cicy Magistrate for June, 1897, 

$583-33. 
To restrain defendants trom taking possession 
of or selling buildings Nos. 185, 187 and 189 
Elm St., prior to confirmation of report for 
making of awards in the matter of Elm st. 
widening. 
For rebate of excise license fee, $31.23. 
do do 26.02. 

do do z8.o8. 

do do 21.08. 

do do 17. '3- 

Mandamus fo compel reinstatement ot relator to 
position of Roundsman on the force. 

Certiorari to review the removal of relator from 
the Police force. 

For stenographic minutes furnished in case ot 
People vs. Patrick Masterson, $47.30. 

For transcript of Stenographer's minutes fur- 
nished Commission in Lunacy in People vs. 
G. Weinberg, $58.20. 

For value of certain water-hydrants furnished 
Town of Westchester, from Dec. z, Z896, to 
June I, 1897, $4,650. 

Mandamus to compel respondents to move tracks 
and switches, etc., at intersection of West 
z29tb and Manhattan sts. 

For services erecting^ heating apparatus in 
school building. District No. 4, Town of East- 
chester, bet. Aug. 30, Z894, and June 2z, Z895, 
$628. 

For rebate of excise license fee, $167.11. 

Mandamus to compel repayment of assessment 
for Z2th ave. opening, $5,38z. 

For advertising for the Village of South Mount 

Vernon, $158.30. 
Certiorari to review the dbmissal of relator from 

the force. 

For Stenographer's notes of testimony for the 
Court ot General Sessions, $485.30. 

Certiorari to review the removal of relator from 
the Police force. 

Certiorari to review the removal of » -» 

the Police force. 



i6o 



Schedule 2^[Continued). 



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Supreme . . . 
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Supreme . . . 



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54 524 

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55 ai8 


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55 219 


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55 221 


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Title of Action. 



55 220 



54 524 
54 5»4 
54 525 
54 525 

54 525 
54 526 

54 526 

••54 526 

. . 54 527 

..54 527 

. . 54 527 

.. 54 528 

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Lawlor, Michael J 

Pielsticker, Bernard 

Heintz, John C 

The Mayor, etc., of the City of 
New York vs. The State of New 
York 

Stapleton, William 

Geaneas, George, vs. John F. 

Harriot 

Heulster, Wilhelmina 



Lee, Ambrose 



Armstrong Cork Co (ex rel.), vs. 
The Commissioners of Taxes 
and Assessments 

O'Kcefe, Thomas (ex rel.', vs. 
The Board of Police Commis- 
sioners 

Brady. John 



Woolf 1 homas O. (ex rel.), vs. 
Ashbel P. Fitch, Comptroller 

Woolf, Thomas O. fex rel.), vs. 
Ashbel P. Fitch,, Comptroller 

Wein, I^na, vs. Patrick McGov- 



ern 



Cronin, Daniel J . 



Blackstone National Bank ot 
Boston 



Kirwan, Michael J, 



Grower, Louis, and Louis Tyn- 
berg, vs. E. J. H. Tamsen, a* 
Sheriff, and John F. Harriott, 
as Property Clerk 

New Vork Plate Glass Insurance 
Co 



Barnard. Joseph F. 



Laidlaw-Dunn-Gordon Co, 



Flannagan, John. 



Osborne, Thomas W 

Wildman, Henry Valentine. 



14 jSickles. Daniel E., et al., as 

I trustees, etc. (RIatter of) 

X4 Heep, WiJliam R 

14 Asch. WoU 

14 Axelrad, Peter 

14 Mosbacher, Louis 

14 Mauser, Louis 

15 Bemheimer, Simon E., and ano. . 

15 Rickers, Albert 

15 Anderson. George E 

15 Cruise, Gerald 

15 Fabcr, Charles P 

15 Euble. William H 

15 Schilling, Henry 

15 Adam, Paul 

15 Burt, John F 

*5 Magner, Phillip 



Nature of Action. 



For rebate of excise license fee, $57.75. 
do do 64.98. 

do do 80.00. 



For work done for Town of Westchester, repair- 
ing bridges and highways, $21. 

To recover a bicycle in possession of Property 
Clerk. 

Damages for personal injuries by falling on de- 
fective flag-stones at No. 281 East 4th st., on 
May 6, ^8^7, $10,000. 

For publbhing notices of tax sales in the 
"Conner" in the Town of Westchester, $276. 

Certiorari to review assessment on relator's 
capital stock, X897. 

Certiorari to review the removal of relator from 
the Police force. 

Summons only served. 

Mandamus to compel payment of an award 

made in the matter of the Grand Boulevard 

and Concourse, $14,390. 
Mandamus to compel payment of an award 

made in the matter of the Grand Boulevard 

and Concourse, $28,659. 
Damages for assault and battery on June 27, 

z^97t $10,000. 

For services as constable in the Town of West- 
chester, from January i, X893, to June 6, 1895, 

$a£8.75. 

For amount due under con'ract, bet. Village oi 
Williamsbridge and the New York and West- 
chester Water Co., for rental of firjs-hydrants 
and supply of water, $1,900. 

Damages for personal injuries caused by falling 
into a manhole cor. of East zo6th St., on Mar. 
16, 1897, #s,coo. 

To replevin two boxes of edging. 



To recover insurance paid for breakage of a 
plate-glass window ct Samuel Tltingler on 
northerly side of Morris ave.. East 163d St., 
cans d by cutting down a tree, $26.66. 

To recover amount of assessment paid for con- 
structing sewer in Brook and Webster aves., 
$1,647.28. . 

To recover under contract bet. the Town of 
Pelham and the New York and Westchester 
Water Co.. for rental of fire-hydrants and 
supply of water. $860. 

An^^ount due under contract for clearing ground 
and cutting timber on premises to be used for 
Reservoir " D," $18,485. 

For Stenographer's minutes furnished to Dis- 
trict Attorney. $1,295. 

For professional services as an Expert Witness 
in ihe matter of the examination into the 
sanity of Samuel Simons, <25o. 

For an award made in the matter ot Pelham Bay 
Park, $5,203. 

For rebate of excise license fee, $18.08. 

39-44- 

51.77. 

22.86. 

22.46. 
158.90. 
160.96. 

61.37. 

17-53. 

78.19. 

167.04. 

9425- 
26.85. 

157.53. 
81.64. 



\ 



do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


vio 


do 



i6r 



Schedule 2 — ( Continued ) . 



Court. 



•Supreme . . 



«( 



<< 

4< 
•« 



4< 
4* 
41 



4« 
«( 
4( 
<< 



Regis- 
ter 
Folio. 



55 aaa 



55 aaa 
55 aas 



... 55 226 



••| 55 aa4 

••j 55 327 

••55 aa8 

••| 55 330 

I 

•I 55 aai 

55 332 

55 a33 

55 a34 

55 235 

54 529 

54 539 

54 530 

54 530 

54 530 

54 53t 

55 229 

55 236 

54 53* 

54 531 

54 531 

54 532 

54 532 

54 532 

54 533 

54 533 

54 533 

55 237 



55 238 



55 279 



55 240 



55 277 



55 260 



55 275 



55 251 



55 274 



When 
Com- 
menced. 



1897. 
July IS 



" 15 

" 15 

" 15 

" 15 

'• 16 

•• 16 



<< 



t< 

<< 
<< 
t« 
it 
(< 
«( 
<< 



«< 
« 



«< 



<< 



« 



«< 



z6 



•• 16 

•' 16 

" 16 

" x6 



M 



z6 

x6 
16 
16 
16 
x6 
17 
X7 



17 

19 
19 
19 
19 

19 

19 

»9 
»9 
'9 
«9 



19 



30 



20 



20 



20 



20 



20 



ao 



Title op Action. 



Gallagher, Florence. 



Mitchell, William P 



Bohmer, Ferdinand, Jr., vs. Louis 
F. Haifen, The Mayor, etc., 
etal 

Mahlstedt, J. A., Lumber and 
Coal Co 



Nichols, John H . 



Sloane, Charles W. (Matter of), 
Drummond, Andrew L., and ano. 

Callaghan, Patrick, et al. (ex rel.)* 
vs. Ashbel P. Fitch, as Comp- 
troller ■ 

Sigerson, Frank H 



Marquand, Henry G. . . 
Schuyler, Montgomery, 



Ware, William R. 



Tyson, Isaac C. 



Krueger, Max 

Behrens, Gustav 

Cleary, William 

Edelmuth, Louis 

Meiner, Otto 

India Wharf Brewing Co. (No. 6). 

New York Evening Journal Pub- 
lishing Co. vs. Frank Moss et 
al., Police Commissioners, etc. 

Berger, Adolph 

Ehret, George (No. 7) 

David Mayer Brewing Co. (No. 3) 

Ruppert, Jacob ^No. zo) 

F. & M. Schaefer Brewing Co. 
(No 10^ 

Monroe Eckstein Brewing Co. 
(N0.4) 

Emerald & Phoenix Brewing Co. 
(No. 2) 

Grosner, Samuel 

Wolfson, James •••• 

Saggan, Otto 

St. Joseph's Institute for the Im- 
proved Instruction of Deal 
Mutes (ex rel.) vs.Commissioner 
ofPublic Works 

Nashua Savings Bank (ex rel.) vs. 
The Commissioners of Taxes 
and Assessments 

Woodbridge Co. (ex rei.) vs. The 
Commissioners of Taxes and 
Assessments 

Belding Bros. & Co. (ex reL) vs. 
The Commissioners of Taxes 
and Assessments 

Twenty-third Street Railway Co. 
(ex rel.) vs. The Commissioners 
of Taxes and Assessments 

Metropolitan Street Railway Co. 
(ex rel.) vs. The Commissioners 
of Taxes and Assessments 

Society for Savings of Hartford 
(ex rel.) vs. The Commissioners 
ol Taxes and Assessments 

Derby Savings Bank (ex rel.) vs. 
The Commissioners of Taxes 
and Assessments 

Savings Bank of Stafford Springs 
(ex rel.) vs. The Commissioners 
of Taxes and Assesstaeut's . . . . . 



Nature of Action, 



Damages for personal injuries by falling on ice 

on s dewalk on Willis ave., bet. Z34th and 135th 

sts., $2,000. 
For Stenographer's minutes in the action of the 

People vs. William J. Koemer, $1,553.93. 
To restrain defendants from issuing a permit to 

enter upon streets for construction of railroad 

tracks. 
To recover rental of fire-hydrants in the Village 

of Wakefield and for water furnished by New 

York and Westchester Water Co. bet. Dec, 

1896, and June, 1897, $1,040. 
To recover amount due for printing for the 

Town of Westchester, bet. June 6, 1395, and 

Jan. 1, 1896, $301.75. 
For award made in the matter of opening x8ist 

St., from ixth ave. to Boulevard. 
For detective services in the trial of James B. 

Duke and others, $905.96. 
Mandamus to compel payment of an assessmenf 

for lath ave. opening, $4,582.30. 

For stenographic work in examinations as to 

sanity of Jeremiah O'Neil and others, $x63.85. 

For services as Expert Witness in exam'natiim 

of Hall of Recoras plans, $400. 
For services as Expei't Witness in examination 

of Hall of Recorcls plans, $400. 
For services as Expert Witness in examination 

of Hall of Recorcb plans, $400. 
For sabry as Roundsman on the Park Police 
force, from Aug. x, 1896, to May x, 1897, $933. 
For rebate of excise license fee, $54.79. 
do do 18.08. 

do do 

do do 

do do 

do do 

To restrain defendants from 
baseball bulletin in front of office of New York 
Evening Journal Publishing Co. 
Damages for personal injuries received at No. 

Z08 Pitt St . $15,000. 
For rebate of excise license fee, $953.97. 



X3.69. 

49-3I- 
59-72. 
61.37. 
interfering with 



do 
do 
do 

do 

do 



do 


160.13. 


do 


X5X.37. 


do 


54 79- 



do 
do 



44.66. 



13.70. 



do do 

do do 

do do 

Mandamus to compel cancellation 
ments for water rents. 



39.45. 
39-45. 
24. xo. 

of 



assess - 



Certiorari to review assessment on relator's 
personal property and bank shares for 1897. 

Certiorari to review assessment on relator's 
personal property for X897. 

Certiorari to review assessment on relator's 
personal property for 1897. 

Certiorari to review assessment on relator's 
personal property for 1897. 

Certiorari to review assessment on relator's 
personal property for 1897. 

Certiorari to review assessment on relator's 
personal property and bank shares for 1897. 

Certiorari to review assessment on relator's 
personal property and bank shares for 1897. 

Certiorari to review assessment on relator's 
. personal proyert^ ^SLdVAcc^L^Scax^^ ^^^'^ »'*^~» 



l62 



Schedule 2 — (Conlinued). 



Court. 



Supreme . . . 



« 



t< 



Regis- 
ter 
Folio. 



f< 



4< 



«4 



<l 



55 a8o 



55 369 



55 276 



55 95a 



55 a6x 



55 257 



55 278 



55 239 



55 955 



55 254 



55 84' 



55 959 



55 947 



55 948 



55 949 



55 270 



55 271 



55 956 



55 903 



55 97 a 



55 966 



55 964 



55 973 



55 950 



55 953 



55 965 



When 
Com- 
menced. 



i8<)7. 
July 20 



Title op Action. 



II 



<< 



« 



«( 



i< 



20 



30 



30 



30 



30 



20 



30 



30 



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30 



30 



30 



30 



30 



20 



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ao 



23 



ao 



20 



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20 



30 



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Nature op Action. 



Wmsted Savings Bank (ex rel.) 
vs. The Commissioners of Taxes 
and Assessments 

Middletown Savings Bank fex rel.) 
vs. The Commissioners of Taxes 
and Assessments 

Southington Savings Bank (ex 
rel.) vs. The Commissioners of 
Taxes and Assessments 

Deep River Savings Bank (ex 
rel.) vs. The Commissioners of 
Taxes and Assessments 

Mechanics' Savings Bank (ex rel.'; 
vs. The Commissioners of Taxes 
and Assessments 

Groton Savings Bank (ex rel.) vs. 
The Commissioners of Taxes 
and Assessments 

Union Savings Bank (ex rel.) vs. 
The Commissioners of Taxes 
and Assessments 

Amoskeag Savings Bank (ex rel.) 
vs. The Commissioners of Taxes 
and Assessments 

Farmington Savings Bank (ex rel. j 
vs. The Commissioners of Taxes 
and Absessments 

Essex Savings Bank (ex rel.) vs. 
The Commissioners of Taxes 
and Assessments 

Bridgeport Savings Bank (ex rel.) 
vs. The Commissioners of Taxes 
and Assessments. 

Litchfield Savings Bank (ex rel.) 
vs. The Commissioners of Taxes 
and Assessments 

Chelsea Savings Bank {ex rel.) vs 
The Commissioners of Taxes 
and Assessments 

City Savings Bank of Meriden 
(ex rel.) vs. The Commissioners 
of Taxes and Assessments 

Chester Savings Bank (ex rel.) vs. 
The Commissioners of 'J'axes 
and Assessments 

Siamford Savings Bank (ex rel.) 
vs. The Commissioners of Taxes 

I and Assessments 

Savings Bank of Rockville (ex 
rel.) vs. The Commissioners of 
Taxes and Assessments 

Fairfield County Savings Bank 
(ex rel.) vs. The Commissioners 
of Taxes and Assessments 

Norfolk Savings Bank (ex rel ) 
vs. The Commissioners of Taxes 
and Assessments 

Savings Bank of New Britain (ex 
rel.) vs. The Commissioners of 
Taxes and Assessments 

New Hampshire Savings Bank 
(ex rel.) vs. The Commissioners 
of Taxes and Assessments 

Nor walk SavingsSocieiy (ex rel.) 
vs. The Commissioners of Taxes 
and Assessments 

Savings Bank of New London (ex 
rel.) vs. The Commissioners of 
Taxes and Assessments 

New York Clearing House Build- 
ing Co. (ex rel. ) vs. The Com- 
missioners of Taxes and Assess- 
ments 

President, etc., of the Delaware 
and Hudson Canal Co. (ex rel.) 
vs. The Commissioners of Taxes 
and Assessments 

New York Real Estate Associa- 
tion (ex rel.) vs. The Commis- 
sioners of Taxes and Assess- 
ments 



Certiorari to review assessment on relator's 
personal property and bank shares for 1897. 

Certiorari to review assessment on relator's 
personal property and bank shares for 1897. 

Certiorari to review assessment on relator's 
personal property and bank shares for 1897. 

Certiorari to review assessment on relator's 
personal property and bank shares for 1897. 

Certiorari to review assessment on relator's 
personal property and bank shares for 1897. 

Certiorari to review assessment on relator's 
personal property and bank shares for 1897. 

Certiorari fo review assessment on relator's 
personal property and bank shares for 1897. 

Certiorari to review assessment on relator's 
personal property and bank shares for 1897. 

Certiorari to review assessment on relator's 
personal property and bank shares for 1897. 

Certiorari to review assessment on relator's 
personal property and bank shares for 1897. 

Certiorari to review assessment on relator's 
personal property and bank shares for 1897. 

Certiorari tow review assessment on relator's 
personal property and bank shares for 1897. 

Certiorari to review assessment on relator's 
personal property and bank shares for 1897. 

Certiorari to review assessment on relator's 
personal property and bank shares for 1897. 

Certiorari to review assessment on relator's 
personal property and bank shares for 1897. 

Certiorari to review assessment on relator's 
pergonal properly and bank shares for 1897. 

Certiorari to review assessment on relator's 
personal property and bank shares for 1897. 

Certiorari to review assessment on relator's 
personal properly and bank shares for 1897. 

Certiorari to review assessment on relator's 
personal property and bank shares for 1897. 

Certiorari to review assessment on relator's 
personal property and bank shares for 1897. 

Cettiorari to review assessment on relator's 
personal property and bank shares for 1897. 

Certiorari to review assessment on relator's 
personal property and bank shares for 1897. 

Certiorari to review assessment on rel itor's 
personal property and bank shares for 1897. 

Certiorari to review assessment on relator's 
personal property for 1897. 

Certiorari to review assessment on relator's 
personal property for 1897. 

Certiorari to review assessment on relator's 
personal property for 1897. 



163 

Schedule x—(Ctmtimud), 



Court, 


Reoi*. 
Folio. 


WmH 


T„.no,A..,o«. 


N...„<„Acr.... 


Sui.[«n* ... 


» 

5S 


»4« 

>;B 
946 
^, 

a68 

1 

S39 

,33 

iBs 

.8, 
:>SB 
aSs 

9«o 


iBw. 


'"^^^r.r^i^i^i 




" 


'"'^^^^J^^-r-^^, 


personal prope.ly for .697- 


" •■ 


"^^^^l^^^s'i^^ 


personal property for ibj?- 


" 


''■'^I'^^^.j^irk^^ii 


Ceniorari 10 review asKisment on relator 
personal property for 1B9;. 




Boil on Woven Ho»ard Rubbei 
Co. lei rel.) vi. The Commii- 
•ionen of T»Kej and Aikbi- 


personal property for 189J. 




ConioKdaHd Telegraph and Klec- 
trknl Subway Co. reireU y^ 


personal properly for 1^97. 


" - 


Orinoka Mill! (e> rel.) vs. llie 
Coaimisiion.n of Tuei and 


personal property for 1897- 




Conneclicul Saving. Bank of N«» 
Haven (« rcL) vs. The Con- 


penooal property and bank shares for 1B97, 


" ■■• 


Snvtnct Bank of Anioda lei rel.) 
V*. The CommL^ oners of Tale 








For Slcnographei's notes of testimony taken i 






















do do .6o!96. 


.'.' - 


teSifesr".'.'!!..-::: 










do do <,4.97. 


















;: :;; 


Lefkowiti, Morris 

Wiliniki, C<:Drae 
















Supc™e,. 


W»hih. Henry [ci rel.l, v.. The 
Ea>K:he..er Elecric Co. 

Brami. Eugene S., v^ Jacob Zorn 

CecUinj A>phal. Pav,Bg Co.«. 
The Mayor, elc, Jul an Waie- 


To'^'l«et^ha''n>c' s^ii^for work on Gnn> 
mar School No. B7. (460. 


" ■■ 




estate lor .897. 


- .- 


Bamey, Danford N. (ei rel.i, vs 


perional property for 1B97. 
Certiorari lo revie» assetsment on relator' 


■• .. 


Cheney Bros, (m «1.) va. The 

Hough, Charlcj M., u adminia- 
traior (« rel.), v.. The Com 


perunal prop:rty for 1B97. 

Certiorari 10 review assessment on relator 
personal property for 1B9J. 




Beuren, deceased (ei rel.). v« 


Certiorari to review aiseument on relator 
penonil property for 1897. 









164 

Schedule a—iCarUiuuid). 



Court. 


Rsois- 


COM- 


TiTLH OP AcnoH. 


Naturb of Action. 


Supreme ... 


55 =9' 

ii 

55 300 

!! 3°'' 

55 3=e 

55 3-6 


July '23 

" 34 

'.'. '* 

'■ a6 
■' 3t> 
II '* 
■■ a6 
" a6 

" aB 

" jB 

'■ aS 

■■ aS 
•• a8 

■■ jB 

•' »9 
" "9 


St. Nicholas Skatiiw and ice Co. 
Thorer, I^u! A. (ex rel.). vs. The 


penonil property <bc 1897. 

Certiorari to review asaessmcnt on relalo^'a 
persona! properly for 1897, 

personal property for 189J. 


" 


United Statei Casualty^ Co. (ex 

ofTsMsand Asses menls. ... 
Warrsn-Scharf Aiphatc Faviog 


avai., (65*. 48. 
For rebate of excise license fee, *i40.8s. 


„ 


Shanah Th 










do do ,,.93. 










do do V^li 






















head wall south of High Bridge, (js.;?; »■ 
To recover price oi borae sold to Health Depart- 

Damages lor penonat injuries susiamed at 113d 

T„"V™i5i."ri.*S^Hi ^Jil:S;^nf P.,rirV 

10 lorecloae Lien untler contract oi r'atncic 
Walih for erectihg school-house on St. Ann's 

To";S-o',?'lion under contract of Patrick 

To foreclose lien under contract of Patrick 
Wal.b forerecling school-house on East 4'h 
H., 16.6. 


„ 




„ 




•■ ... 


Derby Lumber Co. vi.The Mayor, 
etc., and Patrick , Walsh (No. .) 






fiimished fbr City Hospital in Aug., i8», Us- 
To recover damages for bursting oi boiler, 

ment of KbTic Work, in ciitung off water. 






" .: 


Lyon, Annie Cetal. (Matter ofj 

Halloran, Jame. P.. and Manin 
P, Lodge, vs. The M:.yoi, elt. 


ave. and T44tb St.. Apr. 15. 1807, i5,ooo. 
For award made in the matter of opening St. 

Fn"^a'rd ma^e''irU.e matter ot op«ling Wales 

To foreclose lien under contract of Barry & Co.. 


■■ ... 


Skinner. LouiM, and iJiura Wii- 
aini vi. James Lawrence Breese 

5kK,"K:i";;,'i'iL;;' 
;;i" ■■--;,•'.'■■*'■'•'■- 


For p:irUlion of certain lands taken for River- 
side Park extension. 

For partilion oi certain lands taken for Riyer- 
side Park extension. 


" ... 


Americin Soda Fonntain Co. (ei 

Ameri^n Type™und*eVco! (ex 

F.W.nevoeandC. T. Raynold 
.imi" rf fa«s and Ak«'s 


Cetliorari to re.iew assessment on relator's 
personal property for i8gj. 

Certiorari 10 review assessment on relator's 
personal property for 1897. 

Certiorari to review assessment on relator's 
personal property lor 1897. 


'■ .- 


Eppens Smiths Wieman Co. (ei 

''j?L|'v..Th|co''m;^s".io"ners'V 
Koechl. Victor & Co. |ex rel'l vs 


personal properly for ,697. 
personal property lor 1897. 




A.KIIpslein Co.(eirei.) vs.Th 


Certiorari to review fssessmfni on reUtor's 
per.onal properly for ,897. 









1 65 



Schedule 2 — (Continued), 



Court. 


Regis- 

TBK 

Folio. 


'Supreme . . . 


55 3«8 


• . • 


55 319 


ti 

. * ■ 


55 320 


M 

• « • 


55 321 


• • • 


55 32a 


41 

• • • 


55 332 



«« 

«t 
4« 
4( 
4C 



«< 



55 323 



..• 55 324 

I 

i 

•.. 55 325 

• • • 55 326 

•••55 327 

... 56 6 

...{56 6 

... 56 7 

... i 56 7 

...56 7 

•••: 55 8 

.••55 328 

••• 55 329 

• • • 55 330 

• • • 55 33« 



••55 333 

(") 367 

I 

\ 55 334 

I 
I 
j 

55 325 
55 336 



4thJud.Dist 
Supreme . . 



55 337 
55 338 



When 
Com- 
menced. 



,897. 
July 99 



" 29 
•• 29 
" 30 
" 30 
Aug. a 



55 


339 


55 


340 


55 


34^ 


55 


34a 


55 


343 



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<< 
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a 
a 

3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 

3 

3 



3 
3 
3 
4 



4 
4 

5 

5 

5 
6 

7 



Title of Action. 



Henry McShane Mfg;. Co. (ex 
rel.} vs. The Commivsioners of 
Taxes and Assessments 

White Sewing Machine Co. (ex 
rel.) vs. The Commissioners of 
Taxes and Assessments 

Yellow Pmc Co. (ex rel.) vs. The 
Commissioners of Taxes and 
Assessments 

Baker, John O 

Banks, Jeannette 

Gorman, Amelia, executrix of 
John J. Gorman, deceased, et 
al. ads. The Mayor, etc., ot 
New York 

Roman Catholic Church of St. 
Ann (ex rel.) vs. Charles H.T. 
Collls Commissioner of Public 
Works 

Gottgen, Jacob, vs. Charles H. 
T. Collisetal 

Pool, Joseph 

Meade, Clarence W 

Hedges, Job E 

Polidoro, fohn 

Ruane, Thomas 

Klein. Jacob 

Graham, William 

Goodheim, Jacob 

Korper, Samuel 

Barker, I lenry 

Barker, Julia 

Drennan, Wiliam, vs. The Mayor, 
eic, Charles W. Collins, e: al. . 

Baltimore & Ohio Railroad Co., 
Central Railroad Co. of New 
Jersey, and Philadelphia & 
Reading Railroad Co., ads. 
The Mayor, etc., of New York. 

Martin B. Brown Co 

Graham, Charles D., et al., ex- 
ecutors of Joseph L. Graham, 
deceased (In re) 

Herriot, Elsi Anna, as executrix 
of J.Groshon Herrlott (Matter 
of) 

h rankel. Augustave, an infant, by 
Samuel Frankel, guardian ad 
litem 

Baker, Alfred J., vs. Joseph E. 
Gehegan 

Baker, Alfred J., vs. Thomas W. 
Kallannan 

Newsan, William E. (ex rel.), vs. 
The Board of Police Commis- 
sioners 

Blake, George F., Manu&cturing 
Co 

Thalman, Julias, vs. John F. Har- 
riot, Property Clerk, etc 

Irvine, Robert T 

Bergh, Hannah L. (Matter of) . . . 
Beard, Frank S 



Nature of Action. 



Certiorari to review assessment on relator's 
personal property for 1897. 

Certiorari to review assessment on relator's 
personal property for 1897. 

Certiorari to review assessment on relator's 
personal property for 1897. 

To recover damages for property taken for 

school purposes at 93d st. aad Amsterdam 

avc., 126,973. 
For personal injuries rei^ived on 83d st., bet. 

ad and 3d aves., opposite No. 247, on Dec. 30, 

1896, $5,000. 
Agreed case upon submission as to fees collected 

by John J. Gorman, as Sheriff. 



Mandamus to compel the release of relator from 
liability for payment of certain water rents on 
premises No. 115 E. nth st. 

To restrain intetference with plaintiff with the 
rccovenng of vault at northeast cor. Chturch 
and Lidpenard sts. 

For salary as Ci'y Magistrate during July, 
1897, 1583-33; 

For salary as City City Magistrate during July, 

1897. *583-33^ 
For saliry as City Magistrate dnring July* 

„ 189 7, $583.33. 

For rebate of excise license fee, $38.36. 

do do 67.39. 

do do 65.95. » 

do do 61.36. 

do do 39- 45^ 

do do 29.00. 

Damage for loss of services of plaintiff's wife 
Julia Barker, $5,000. 

Damages for personal injuries sustained by fall- 
ing on sidewalk on southerly side of E. 136th 
St. near Second ave., $5,000. 

To foreclose lien under contract of Charles W. 
Collins, for regulating, etc.. Academy st. 

Injunction to restrain defendants from using 
steamers " Easton " and ** Mauch Chunk " for 
transportation without a license. 



For printing for various City Departments fur- 
nished bet. Aug. 30, 1895, and Jan. 3, 1897, 
$5,016.80. 

To vacate assessment for Greenwich st. paving, 
from Vesey to Barclay st. 

For award in the matter of opening Naegle ave., 
• »a25^ 

Summons only served. 



Damages for false arrest and imprisonment by 
defendant, a Sergeant of the 29th Precinct, 
$10,000. 

Damages for false arrest by defendant, a Patrol- 
man of the 39th Precinct, $to,qoo. 

Certiorari to review the dismissal of relator 
frcm the police force. 

For balance due on contract for machinery for 

high-service works. New Aqueduct, $1,500. 
To replevy certain chatteb. 

For services performed on the 4th day of Dec., 

1896, $50. 
For award made on Parcel No. 3, in the matter 

of Kensico Reservoir. 
For stenographic notes of testimony furnished 

to the District Attorney, reported at the 

Court of General Sessions. $5.1^ " 



1 66 



Schedule 2 — {Continued). 



Court. 



Supreme ... 

n 

... 



<• 



Regis- 
ter 
Folio. 



56 8 

56 8 

55 344 

55 345 



55 346 



55 347 



55 349 



55 348 



55 350 



55 351 







56 9 
56 9 






56 9 






56 xo 
56 10 






56 xo 

56 XX 
56 XI 

(50369 






(xx) ,68 






55 352 



55 353 



55 354 



55 359 



55 355 



55 356 



55 357 



When 

Com- 
menced. 



X897. 
Aug. 9 



•• 



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xo 



xo 



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XX 



XX 



XX 



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IZ 
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12 



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13 



13 



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" 13 


55 


361 


" x6 


55 


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•• 16 


55 


363 


•• 16 


55 


364 


" 17 


55 


365 


" 17 



Title of Action. 



Wertz, Gotthelf, and Simon Lang. 

Mills, James t 

Gibbs, Jchn Blair 



Halloran, James F., and Martin 
P. Lodge vs. The Mayor, etc., 
David Barry et al 

Noith American Co. (ex rel.) vs. 
The Commissioners of Taxes 
and Ass?ssments 

Strong, William L., as Mayor, 
etc., et al , Commissioners of 
the East River Bridge vs. 
Harriet B. Hoffman, et al 

Rogers, William C. [ex rel.), vs. 
Charles H. T. Colhs, Commis- 
sioner of Public Works 

Fario, Olive W., et al. (ex rel.), 
vs. Charles H. T. Collis, Com- 
missioner of Public Works 

Scutoro, Antonio, vs. Robert J. 
Wright, Commissioner of Cor- 
rection 

House of Mercy of New York 
(ex rel.), vs. Ashbel P. Fitch, 
Comptroller 

Martin. Germain 

Monroe Eckstein, Brewing Co. 

(No. 5) 

F. & M. Schaefer, Brewing Co. 

(No. XX) 

Ruppert, Jacob, (So. xx) 

Bernheimer, Simon £., and ano. 

(No. 19) 

Cowdell, Harry L 



Nature of Action. 



For rebate of excise license fee, $42.74. 
do do i59<45* 

For professional services in examining William: 

Scott, $150. 
To foreclose hen under contract of David Barry 

& Co., $x.265. 



er:iorari to review assessment on relator's per- 
sonal property for 1897. 



To acquire title to premises in New York City 
for approaches for New East River Bridge. 



Mandamus to compel removal of the tracks of 
the 4?d St., Manhaitanviile and St. Nicholas 
ave. from sidewalk in 129th st. 

Mandamus to compel Commissioner to grant a 
permit to repair lights on pavement on Broad- 
way in front of relator's premises. 

Damages for personal injuries while at work in. 
the yard of the Tombs prison, $10,000. 

Mandamus to compel refunding of assessment 
paid for xath ave. opening, $753.66- 

For rebate of excise license fee, $6^.88. 
do do 229.58. 



Wolff, Leopold 

Tuers, John J. C 

Schacht, August (In re). 



Mead, Geoz:ge E., administrator, 
etc. (In re) 

Mercantile National Bank of the 
City of New York vs. The 
Mayor, etc., and David E. 
Austen, as Receiver of Taxes, 



ec. 



Vail, Charles M., vs. The Mayor, 
etc., and David E. Austen, as 
Receiver of Taxes, etc 



Catterberry, Catherine L, vs. The 
Mayor, etc., Charles H. Cole- 
man et al 

Camden Iron Works 



Bound, Helen W., et al. (ex rel.), 
vs. Ashbel P. Fitch, as Comp- 
troller, etc . » 

Goodwin, Mathilda E. C, as exec- 
utrix, etc. (ex rel.), vs. Ashbel 
P. Fitch, as Comptroller 

Brown, John Crosby, et al., exec- 
utors of James M. Brown, 
deceased (ex rel.), vs. Ashbel 
P. Fitch. Comptroller 

Cooper, Edward, et al., executors 
{ex rel.), vs. Ashbel P. Fitch, as 
Comptroller 

Standard Gas-light Co., ads. The 
Mayor, etc., of New York .... 

Winterhalter, Louis (ex rel.) vs. 
Charles H. T. Collis et al 

Fleischman, Charles and ano., 
execu ors, etc. (ex rel.). vs. Ed- 
ward Gilon, Collector of Assess- 
ments, etc 

Tyson, Isaac C 



do 

do 
do 



do 

do 
do 



169.18. 

151.37- 
77.81. 



Buckley, Dennis F. 



do do 61 30. 

do do 49-3X* 

do do 67.94. 

To vacate assessment for Pine st. paving, from 

Pearl to South st. 
To vacate assessment for paving James Slip,. 

from Cherry to South st. 
To restrain Receiver of Taxes from collecting^ 

more than 65 per cent, of the amount of taxes 

levied as in 1896, and for leave to pay said 

amount for 1897 taxes. 

To restrain Receiver of Taxes from collecting 
more than 65 per cent, of the amount of taxes 
levied as in 189'^, and for leave to pay said 
amount for 1897 taxes. 

To foreclose lien on contract of William F. Nor- 
ton and William Dalton for constructing East 
198th St. sewer, $2,922.65. 

For twenty tons of pipes and special castings 
supplied at Department of Public Works, 
$897.79. 

Mandamus to compel refund of assessment for 
12th ave. opening, $792.90. 

Mandamus to compel refund of assessment for 
12th ave. opening, $1,539. 

Mandamus to compel refund of assessment for 
X2th ave. opening, $1,492. 



Mandamus to compel refund of assessment for 
xath ave. opening, $1,191.11. 

To recover amount expended in replacing mac- 
adam pavement over excavation made in 
Lenox ave., and other sts., $6oc. 

Mandamus to compel removal ot obstructions 
in Kingsbridee rd., bet. i62d and i82d sts. 

Mandamus to compel respondent to cancel on 
tax books certain items against premises in 
X54th St. 

For salary as Roundsman on Park Police Force 

for May and June, 1897, $208.32. 
For salary as Inspector of Buildings, from June 

29, 1895, to April 22, 1897. 



i67 

Schedule 2 — ( Continued ) . 



Court. 


Regis- 
ter 
Folio. 


Supreme . . . 


55 366 


• • • 


55 367 


<< 

• • • 


55 368 


*• 


55 369 


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55 370 



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55 372 



55 373 



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55 375 



...55 376 

... j 56 Z4 

•••55 377 

55 378 

55 379 

55 380 

55 381 

55 382 

•••j 55 383 

' 56 15 

56 15 
56 15 
55 385 

' 55 384 

55 386 

55 387 

55 395 

55 391 

55 392 

55 390 

55 388 

55 389 



When 
Com- 
menced. 



Z897. 
Aug. 17 



•* «7 

" 28 

" z8 

" x8 

" z8 



Title of Action. 



McLoughlin, Peter P. 



Natuke of Action. 



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24 

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27 

27 
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30 

30 

30 
30 
30 
31 

31 
31 



Brown, Mary (Matter of) . . 
Eden, Mary D 



Wood, Richard, George Wood, 
Walter Wood and Stuart Wood 
vs. The Mayor, etc., and James 
R. Co^rove 

Mills, Isaac N 

Chetwood, John, as executor of 
Valentine Mott, deceased (ex 
rel.) vs. Ashbei P. Fitch, as 
Comptroller 

Reese, Henry 



For Stenographer's services furnishing minutes 

to District Attorney, bet. June z8 and ip, X897, 

$380. 
For an award made on Parcel No. 8 in the 

matter of Crotona Park, 11,828. 
For rent of hospital premises in Fordham during 

April, May and June, Z897, $z,275. 
To foreclose a lien under contract with James 

R. Cosgrove for constructing water mains in 

zoth ave., $6,142.53. 

:For services as Attorney and Counsel to Vil- 
j lage of Williamsbridge, $275. 
Mandamus to compel refunding of assessment 
paid for lath ave. opening, $3,552.68. 



Richter, Katie . 



Kalmus, Mike 

W^eil, Philip 

Levinson, Samuel 

Greenstein, Julius 

Rosenbluch, Giza 

Held, Harry 

Green, Morris 

Heine, Alexander 

Zudeck, Simon 

John P. Kane Co. vs. The Mayor, 
etc., and Christopher Nally... . 

Westchester Dredging Co. vs. 
Henry £. Debois, The Mayor, 
etc., et al 

Hickory Broom Fibre Co 



do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 



Sherry, Louis. 



Tamsen, Edward J. H., a? 
Sheriff, etc., ads. The Mayor, 
etc., of New York 

Gomez, Joseph B 



Sept. z 



It 



II 



Murphy, James D. 
Flack, George F.. 
Flack, George F.. 



Coakley, Daniel, ads. the Mayor, 
etc., of the City of New York. 



Quinn, Christopher. 



Vetter. August 

Greenberg, David L 

Langer, Isaac 

Smith, George Moore, vs. the 
Mayor, etc., Terence A.Smith 
et al 

Richardson, Joseph G 



Gcarty, James A, 



« 



Homer, Melchior (Matter of) ... . 

Sangster, Martha V., vs. Nelson 

J . Greenison 

ivCcnan, x atncic ...•..•••oa.***. 



Adams, Thomas D. . 
Meade, Clarence W. 

Pool, Joseph 

Hedges, Job E 



To recover amount of assessment paid for 
regulating, etc., zst ave., trom pad to zopth St., 

<».o33- 
To vacate and declare void assessment against 
premises of plaintiff made by Village of Wake- 
field in 1895. 
For rebate of^^excise license fee, $62.46. 

63.00. 
55-88. 
2Z.92. 

»5-35. 
77-77- 
6Z.36. 

36.30. 

48.75- 

To foreclose lien under contract for alterations 
to^4th Precinct Police-station Annex, $469.50. 

To foreclose lien under contract of Heury E 
Debois et al. for dredging in North river 
$1,054. za. 

For value of brooms, etc., delivered to Depart- 
ment of Street Cleaning, $5,898.86. 

For rebate of excise license fee, $41.37. 

Dams^es for taking 20,000 paving stones from 
Delancey st. yard of Department of Public 
Works, $500. 

Damages for personal injuries sustained in front 
of No. 212 W. 33d St., $15,000. 

For extra work and materials in building Court- 
house at 53d and 54th sts., $7,714.95. 

For Stenographer's services in Court of General 
Sessions, $1,044.42. 

For copies of Stenog^ohcr*s notes in criminal 
cases furnished to District Attorney, $iz4.Z2. 

Damages for unlawful taking of paving stones 
from possession of Department of Public 
Works, $5cx>. 

Certiorari to review the removal of relator from 
the Police force. 

For rebate of excbe license fee, $41.06. 
do do 40.54. 

do do 48.86. 

To foreclose lien under contract for altering 
sewer in 96ih St., bet. Amsterdam ave. and 
Central Park, West, $3Z4. 

Damages for withholdine ^ssession of premises, 
part of Avenue C in Unionport, $i,aoo. 

For extra work and material in paving Trans- 
verse Road No. 4. crossing Central Park at 
97th St, $10,440. 

For an award made in the matter of opening 
E. 156th St., $75-42. 

Order for examination of third party in supple- 
mental proceedings. 

Amount due for services inquinng into sanity 
of Jeremiah O'Neill, $ioo. 

Amount due for services inquiring into sanity 
of Jeremiah O'Neill, $zoo. 

For salary as City Magistrate for August, 1897, 

^*583.33- 

For salary as City Magistrate for August, Z897 

S583 33- 
For salary as City Magistrate for Aumst. 1897 

*583-33. 



1 68 



Schedule 2 — {Continued ). 





Regis- 


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ter 




Folio. 


Supreme . . . 


56 16 


t« 


56 16 


ti 


56 x6 


«< 


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56 J9 


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56 19 


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56 20 


«< 


55 393 


« • • 


55 394 


. . • 


55 397 


U.S.Dist... 


55 396 


Supreme . . . 


56 20 


•• 

• • • 


56 «o 


• • • 


55 398 


. • • 


56 ai 


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56 21 


• • • 


56 21 


• • • 


56 22 


• • • 


56 22 


• • • 


55 399 


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• • ■ 


55 403 


4i 

• • • 


55 4o» 


• • • 


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• • • 


55 403 


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• • • 


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• • • 


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56 24 

56 25 

56 25 

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Aug. X 

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13 
13 
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13 
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Title of Action. 



Saullo, Tomasio 

A versa, Miechele 

Hauselmann. August . . 

Zirkel, Gottfried 

Connell, Michael 

Lennon, Michael 

Petsch, Charles W 

Niestermann, John 

Stveeney, Michael 

Kreiter, Henry 

Johnson. Arthur 

Skelly, Francis E 

Federman, Joseph 

Liebermann, J . Monroe 



Rottenberg, Igna'z N ,vs. Charles 
H. T. ColUs, Commissioner of 
Public Worlcs,Howard P. Wilds, 
Deputy Commissioner, and 
Second Avenue Railroad Co. . 

Schultz, Gottfried (Matter of) . 

Verdon, Fredeiick A., et al., 
owners of steam-tug "Olym 
pic." 

Gaussa, Dominick , 



Miseroechi, Felix. 



Brown, Mary (Matter of] 



Liebich, Gerhard . . 
Schrage, Louis . . . . 
Sneider, William.., 
Griffith, Benjamin . 
Ottinger & Son . . . . 
Muller, Mary Fcrt. 



Hayden, Mabel. 



Collett, Edwin. 



Casey, Michael H 



Greenberg, Abraham, vs. The 
Mayor, etc., William A. Ged- 
ncy et al 

Bates, David H., as receiver, 
etc 

Schubert, Stephen L 



Norwood, Mary J., vs. The May- 
or, etc., Josephine Morganthal 
and Henry N. Denton. ........ 

Bartmer, George A. D 

Brannere, Edward N 

Jung, John 

Hilbert, Thomas 

Lehigh Valley Railroad Company 
(In re) 

Van Houten, Mary E., vs. Thomas 
Devine, Adam G. Arneth, Wil- 
liam J. Roth and Frank A. 
Meinrenken 

Russell, John W., vs. The Mayor, 
etc., Robert McArtncy and 
Joseph Priora 

Nielsen, Christian 

Croner. Sam 

Rosenheim, Max 

Meyer, John 

May, Sophie 

Forty-second Street, Manhattan- 
ville and St. Nicholas Avenue 
Railway Co. (exrel.) vs. Charles 
H. T. Coll is. Commissioner of 
Public Works 



Nature of Action. 



For rebate of excise license fee, |iz.5z. 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 
For services inquiring into sanity of Jeremiah 

O'Neill, $100. 
Iniunction to restrain defendants, Collis and 
Wilds, from permittinp^ Second Avenue Rail- 
road Co. to change motive power to electricity. 



For award made in the matter of the Grand 
Boulevard and Concourse, $843.30. 

For salvage in saving scows No. 32 and No. 40^ 
Jan. 2z, Z897. 

For rebate of excise license fee, $12.60. 



do 


x8.o8. 


do 


32.87. 


do 


I57-55- 


do 


Z60.97. 


do 


16.25. 


do 


z8.oo. 


do 


Z03.00. 


do 


Z2.05. 


do 


X07.40. 


do 


38.90. 


do 


23.40. 


do 


. »9-04- 



do 



do 



X8.63. 



For an award made in the matter of opening 

Crotona Park, 1^1,828.16. 
For rebate of excise license fee, $11.32. 
do do 19.72. 

do do 61.36. 

do do 110.65. 

do do i5-34> 

Damages for personal injuries caused by falling 
in hole in sidewalk at No. 510 East 14th st., 
July 19, X897, $io,03o. 
Damages for personal injuries received by being 
thrown from bicycle at 43d st. and 8th ave.^ 
July z6, 1897, $25,000. 
Damages for personal injuries sustained at 
107th St. and Riverside Drive, May 16, 1897, 

$10,000. 

Damages for personal injuries sustained at 
109th St. and Riverside Drive, May 16, 1897^ 
$2,000. 

To foreclose lien under contract for building 
Grammar Schools Nos. 71 and 79, $140. 

To recover amount due for furnishing steam io 

Fourth Judicial Court-room for 1896, $400. 
Damages for personal injuries sustained at 

126th St., bet. Park and Madison aves., Jan. 

20, 1897, $10,000. 
Damages for personal injuries sustained at 

125th St., bet. 7th and 8th aves., Dec. 5, 1896, 

$25,000. 

For rebate of excise license fee, $166.22. 

do do 72.65. 

do do 17^.25. 

do do 11.00. 

To vacate assessment for West st. paving, from 

Battery pi. to Gansevoort st. 
Damages for false arrest and imprisonment, 

July 24, 1897, $io,ooo. 



To foreclose lien under contract fer furnishing 
school-house at 169th st. and 3d ave., $553.86. 



For rebate of excise license 



do 
do 
do 
do 



do 
do 
do 
do 



fee, $14.17. 

18.63. 

22.18. 

X04.Z1. 

38.63. 



Mandamus to compel respondent to issue permit 
for the purpose of changing motive power on 
Amsterdam ave. to electricity. 



169 



Schedule 2— (Continued), 



Court. 



Supreme 



4thJud.Dist. 



Supreme 



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REGIS' 
TER 

Folio. 



55 4" 

55 4" 

55 4»3 

55 4x4 

55 415 

55 4>6 

55 417 

55 417 

55 417 

55 417 

55 4x7 

55 417 

55 4»7 

55 417 



55 


417 


55 


417 


55 


418 


55 


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55 


420 


55 


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55 


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55 


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55 


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55 


427 


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55 


428 


55 


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55 


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55 


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1897. 
Aug. z5 



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Title of Action. 



Hickory Broom Fibre Co 



Thalmann, Joseph, vs. John F. 
Harriot, Property Clerk, and 
Joseph A. Grace 

TuUy. Michael 



Beck, Jacob and Eliza 
Corbo, Sebastiano . . . . 



Locosky, Leah 

Woolf, Mary E. (exrel.), vs. Ash- 
bel P. Filch, Comptroller, etc. . 

Danenbaum, Sophia, et al. (ex 
rel.), vs. Ashbel F. Fitch, Comp- 
troller, etc 

Woolf, George C. (ex rel.), vs. 
Ashbel P. Fitch, Comptroller, 
etc 

Goldenberg, Samuel (ex rel.), vi- 
Ashbel P. Fitch, Comptroller, 
etc 

Noble, William (ex rel.), vs. 
Ashbel P. Fitch, Comptroller, 
etc 

Schacfer, Walter S. (ex rel.), vs. 
Ashbel P. Fiich, Comptroller, 
etc 

Heller, Emil (ex rel.), vs. Ashbel 
P. Fitch, Comptroller, etc 



Brown. J. Romaine fex rel.), vs. 
Ashbel P. Fitch, Comptroller, 
etc 

Woolf, Mary E (ex rel.), vs. 
Ashbel P. Fitch, Comptroller, 
etc 

Rogers, Archibald (ex rel.), vs 
Ashbel P. Fitch, Comptroller, 
etc 

Keenan, Patrick 



Lieberman, J.Monroe. 

Oowling, Victor J 

Lyons. Isabel A 



United States Fire Insurance Co 
vs. William J. Walsh, The 
Mayor, etc.,etal , 

Baker, Frederick A , 



Bucklej^r, John (ex rel.), vs. Peter 
Conhn. Chief of Police of the 
City of New York 

Schilling, Robert H 



Huson, William C. 



Greiner, Emil 



Ely. Henry B , et al., trustees of 
William Astor, deceased (In 
re) 

Schwab, Gustave H., et al., execu 
tors, vs. John J. Norris, The 
Mayor, etc., et al 

Wright, George M., as assignee, 
etc., of Albert B.Hilton 



Nature of Action. 



Marsick, Alfred, James J. Coogan, 
Edward V. Coc«an and Thomas 
Coogan, ads. The Mayor, etc . . 

Breuer, Hannah, as executrix, 
etc., John Breuer, deceased. . . . 



To recover amount alleged to be due for push 
brooms, etc., furnished to Street Cleaning 
Department on July s, 1897, $2,624. 

To recover a bicycle valuea at $xoo. 



For salary as Inspector of Buildings in June 
and July, 1897,^233.33. 

For an award made in opening East 156th St., 
$80.29. 

Damages for personal injuries received at Canal 
and Chrystie sts., Apr. 26, 1897, $25,000. 

Summons with notice tor $5,coo received. 

Mandamus to compel payment of awards for 
lands taken for Grand Boulevard and Con- 
course, $38.45. 

Mandamus to compel payment of awards for 
lands taken for Grand Boulevard and Con- 
course, $157.38. 

Mandamus to compel payment of awards for 
lands taken for Grand Boulevard and Con- 
course, $1,476.84. 

Mandamus to compel payment of awards for 
lands taken for C^rand Boulevard and Con- 
course, $2,200. 

Mandamus to compel payment of awards for 
lands taken for Grand Boulevard and Con- 
course, $4,092.40. 

Mandamus to compel payment of awards for 
lands taken for Grand Boulevard and Con- 
course, $7,541.18. 

Mandamus to compel payment of awards for 
lands taken for Grand Boulevard and Con- 
course, $x2,6ao.xx. 

Mandamus to compel payment of awards for 
lands taken for Grand Boulevard and Con- 
course, $2o,837.4X. 

Mandamus to compel payment of awards for 
lands taken for Grand Boulevard and Con- 
course, $a6,i 10.89. 

Mandamus to compel payment of awards for 
lands taken for Grand Boulevard and Con- 
course, $50,687. 34. 

For services as Commissioner to inquire vaio 
the sanity of Nicola Robbio, $150. 

For services as Commissioner to inquire into 
the sanity of Nicola Robbio, $150. 

For services as Commissioner to inquire into 
the sanity of Nicola Robbio, $150. 

Summons only served. 

To foreclose a mortgage. 



For stenographic services rendered in Coroner** 
Court from Jan. 3, 1896, to June 3, 1897, 
$822.36. 

Mandamus to compel reinstatement of relator 
to position of roundsman on Police force. 

For costs of show-window broken by one of the 

city employees, $43. 
For Stenographers' 'minutes of cases tried in 

Criminal Branch of Supreme Court in Aug., 
„ "897, $442.20. 
For certain chemical apparatus used in Fleming 

murder trial in May, X896, $175. 
To vacate assessment for paving Pine St., from 

Pearl to South st. 

To foreclose mortgage on premises comer ot 
Howard and Elm sts., $36,000. 

Balance due for goods, wares and merchandise, 
furnished to Department of Public Works, 
bet. April 19 and May 3, 1895. $103.37. 

To recover amount due tor breach of contract 
for building sewer in Melrose ave., ^6,641.58. 

Damages for breaking of plate-glass window at 
No. X53 East 4th St. by a driver of street clean- 
ing cart, May 7, 1897, $37. 



I/O 



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Title of Action. 



Sigerson, Frank H , 



Matter of the Application of The 
Mayor, etc 



Lustig, Joseph 

Pierce, Ray V. (In re) 

Chard, Richard J. (In re) 

Helme, George A. (In re) 

Carroll, Pierce G. (In re) 

De Groot, William (In re] 

Durkee, Eugene R. (In re) 

Hemisoth, William (In re) 

Stcrry, George R. (In re) 

Pettit, John (In re) 

Rowland, H. Edwards (In re). . . 

Apgar, Louis J. (In re) 

St. Luke's Hospital (In re) 

Einstein, Emanuel (In re) 

Mack, Adolph (In re) 



Nature of Action. 



For services as Stenographer to Commission in 
Lunacy in the matter of Claude S. Farrington, 

$39.25. 
To acquire title to additional lands at Reservoir 
'* I " on east branch of the Croton river in 
the Town of Southeast. 
For interest on award made for No. 34 Willett 

St., taken for school site, $^9333. 
To vacate assessment for paving Pine St., from 

Pearl to South st. 
To vacate assessment for paving Pine St., from 

Pearl to South st. 
To vacate assessment for paving Pine st., from 

Pearl to South st. 
To vacate assessment for paving Pine st., from 

Pearl to South st. 
To vacate assessment for paving Pine st., from 

Pearl to South st. 
To vacate assessment for paving Pine St., from 

Pearl to South st. 
To vacate assessment 'or paving Pine st., from 

Pearl to South st. 
To vacate asse>sment for paving Pine st. , from 

Pearl to South st. 
To vacate assessment for paving Pine st., from 

Pearl to South st. 
To vacate assessment for paving Peck slip, from 

Pearl to South street. 
To vacate assessment for paving West Broad- 
way, from Chambers to Vesey st. 
To vacate assessment for sewers in iz4th St., 

bet. Amsterdam and Momingside aves. 
To vacate assessment for repaving Greenwich 

St.. from Vesey to Barclay st. 
To vacate assessment for repaving Greenwich 
St., from Vesey to Barclay st. 

Fatman, Morris (In re} To vacate assessment for repaving Greenwich 

1 St., from Vesey to Barclay st. 

Beams, James S. (In re) To vacate assessment for repaving Greenwich 

I I St., from Vesey to Barclay st. 

Montayne, George E.,as trustee. To vacate assessment for paving West Broad- 

etc. (In re) ■ way, from Vesey to Dey st. 

Metropolitan Street Railway Co. To vacate assessment for paving West Broad- 
fin re; way, trom Vesey to Dey st. 

Metropolitan Street Railway Co., To vacate assessment for paving West Broad- 

as lessee, etc. (In re) wjy, from Vesey to Dey st. 

Clark, W. Irving Jn re) To >-acate assessment for paxdng West Broad- 
way, from Vesey to Dey si. 
Manley, Mary A. (In re) To vacate assessment for paving West Broad- 
way, from Vesey to Dey st, 
Boyle, John ^ In re)... To vacate assessment for paving West Broad- 
way, trom Vesey to Dey st. 
Leaycroft, Anna E. (In re) To v.»cate assessment lor paving West Broad- 
way, trom Vesey to Dey st. 
Mattson Rubber Co. Jn re' To vacate as-essmeni lor paving West Broad- 
way, from Vesey to Dey st. 
French Church du St- Esprit To vacate assessaaent l>r paving West Broad- 

Jn r^ way, from Vesey to Dey st. 

Hicks. RatcHtfe Jn re' To vacate assessment for paving West Broad- 
way, from Vesey tv^ Dey st. 
Schluter, John In re' To vacate assessment for ju>-ing West Broad- 
way, trom Vesey :o Dey .t. 

Du"ham. Thomas Jn re] To vacate assessn-en: for ju\-ing West Broad- 

way. from Vesey :o Dey s:. 

LesittNky, Charles In le' To vacate assessment :\^r paWng West Broai- 

way, from Vesey to Dey st. 
To vacate asses nier.t for paring West Broad- 
way, from Vesey to Dey st. 
To vacate assessmen: for paving West Broad- 
way, trom Vesey :o Dey s:. 
To vacaie asse$sn:er.: ror paving West Broad- 
way, trom Ve>«y :.- Dey su 
Tr vacate asses^nea: f.r paring West Broad- 
war, from Ves^y :o Dey $:. 
To vacate assosssmen: .r paring We>j Broad- 



Brown. Maulda B. J a re] 

Alexander. CharVes J. Jn re" . . 

Kulsel. Henry N. Jn re* 

Rrown. Tiilie R Jn re* 

Aaierson. Edward F. Ja re] . . 
Acker. MerrQ & Coesdic ^In re 



war. trom Vcjaer :o 



'er $:. 



To vacate aases-men: frr paviag West Brcsai- 
way. m>m Vesey :o IVy st. 
Rodmaa. Fphrais: aad a&oc&er To ricaw assc«sc::er.: f -r par ng West Broad- 

Jane" way. trom Vesey :.- L^^rr st. 

I>e St. Paat Clxarles la re" To vacate^ assessa :r: :.r ^mv -^ West B.-oad- 

war. oroxa Vesev :o LVrv sc 



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Title of Action. 



Nature of Action. 



Dodin. Alexander J., as sole sur- To foreclose mortgage on certain property in 

viving executor of Mansay P< 33d Ward. 

Dodin, deceased, vs. Henry A. 

Dodin, The Mpyor, etc., et al.j 
Haag, Ottilie ' For rebate of excise license fee, I8.7X. 



Simon, Sidney K. 



Bemet, Sophia (ex rel.) vs. Ashbel 
P. Fitch, Comptroller 

Van Beuren, EUza*-eth S., et al. 
^x rel.'; vs. Athbel P. Fitch, 
Comptroller 

Boeder. August and Robert E. 
Boeder 



do 



do 



♦»-74. 



Nealis, James J.. 
Campbell, James. 

Browne, Edward. 
Keenan, Patrick . 



so '. Liebermann. J. Monroe . 



so .Romer, William, as attorney in 
fact for Elizabeth Heilman 



SI 
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31 

31 
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32 
23 
32 
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33 

23 
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23 



(Matter of^ 

Van Allen. Edgar. 



Schulther.^, Gottlieb fex rel ) vs. 

Ashbel P. Fitch, Comptroller. 

etc 

Ejrrington, Franklin A., vs. The' 

Mayor, etc.. the Board of Kdu-i 

cation, David Barry, Patrick! 

Ryan, et al ._. ^ . . j 



Mandamus to compel refund of assessment for 

Z2th ave. opening, bet. 59th and z53d sts., 

$332.04. 
Mandamus to compel payment to petitioners of 

certain awards made m Uie matter of Audu* 

bon ave. school site. 
For drugs, etc., furnished Patrick Farrell as 

Overseer of the Poor of the Village of Wil- 

liamsbrid|;e, $z6.6o. 
For transcript of Steno^^her's notes of testi- 
mony taken in naturalization cases, |z,o9a.ao. 
Individually and assignee of others for extra 

work on Sundays in Department of Street 

Cleaning, 11,304.10. 
For services as Commissioner to inquire 

sanity of Claude Farrington, $75. 
For services as Commissioner to inquire 

sanity of Claude Farrin^on, $75. 
For services as Commissioner to inquire into 

sanity of Claude Farrington, $75. 
For an award made on Parcel No. 362 in the 

matter of the Towns of Mount Pleasant, North 

Castle, etc. 
For rent of premises at City Island in Town of 

Pelham used as a Fire Department house, 

1 1. 042. 
Mandamus to compel Comptroller to cancel 

record of certain taxes in the Town of Wake- 
field. 
To foreclose lien under contract of defendants 

Barry & Ryan for building Mosholu Parkway 

school-house, 1 1,000. 



into 



mto 



Central Fireproofing Co. vs. The 
Mayor, etc.. The Board of: 
Education, David Barry, Pat-{ 
rick Rvan et al 

Person, Orin. vs. The Mayor, etc.. Summons only served. 
The Board of Education, David j 
Barry, Patrick Ryan et al 

Westergren, Mauntz F., vs. The' do 
Mayor, etc., The Board of. 
Education, David Barry, Pat- 
rick Ryan et al 

Marks, Louis, vs. John F. Har- 
riot, Property Clerk 

Bloch, Benoit, vs. John F. Har- 
riot, Property Clerk 

Newton, Robert Safford 



To foreclose lien under contract of defendants 
Barry & Ryan for building Mosholu Park- 
way school-house, t|z,ooo. 



Stoneglass, Isaac 



McCarthy, Patrick M. (ex rcL), 
vs. The Board of Police Com- 
missioners 

Elebash, Clarence S 



Britt, Philip... 
Welch, John . . 
True, Clara A. 



Stephens, Clinton, and John F. 
O Rourke vs. The Mayor, etc., 
John B. McDonald et al 

Ridley, Joseph (ex rel.), vs. The 
Board of Police Commissioners 



Landon, Edward Hunter. 
Gantz, George F 



To replevin certain postage stamps in possession 

of defendant, %-\so. 
To replevin certain postage stamps in possession 

of defendant, $700. 
For services as Expert, examining into sanity 

of Edward Wood Gaillard, $42^. 
For wages as snow shoveler during Feb., 1895, 

|zo. 
Certiorari to review the dismissal of relator from 

the Police force. 

For services as Commiss'oner to inquire into 
sanity of Felice Gesnaldo, I150. 

For services as Commissioner to inquire into 
sanity of Felice Gesnaldo, I150. 

For services as Commissioner to inquire into 
sanity of Felice Gesnaldo, 1 130. 

Services as Stenographer to Commission to in- 
quire into sanity of Felice Gesnaldo, $33.85. 

Summons only served. 



Mandamus to compel payment of claim of 
plaintiff for dredging, etc, for head of William 
Guldensuppe in East and North rivers, I440. 

To recover amount of assessment paid for rqgu- 
lating, etc., Dyckman St., $3,383.30. 

To recover amount of assessment paid for r^i^- 
lating, etc., Dyckman St., $6,510. 



14 



iS8 



Schedule 2 — (Continued). 




: X897. 

50 510 ; Dec 93 



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56 5«3 

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56 5x6 

56 S«7 

56 5x8 

56 519 

56 sao 

56 sax 

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56 522 

56 523 
56 523 
56 524 
56 524 
56 525 
56 525 
56 526 
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(11) 309 
(11) 309 
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27 



Title of Action. 



Jones, Carrie Louise. 
Hinchman, Julia B . . 

Magin, Susan 

Curtin, Hugh A 



Cavanaghp Edward (ex rel.), vs. 
George E. Waring, Commis- 
sioner of Street Cleaning 

Allison, Thomas (ex rel.), vs. The 
Board of Education 

Okie, Howard P. (ex rel.), vs. 
Michael J. O'Shea et al. Elec- 
tion Inspectors 

New York Central and Hudson 
River Railroad Co. (in re) ... . 

Hentz, Henry, Receiver of Im- 
porters and Grocers Exchange, 
matter of the accounting of . . . . 

In the matter of the Board of 
Education, etc 



Campion, Garrett C. 



Cronin, Edward 



Dobbins, Joseph A , 



Hag^erty, John 



Heinrich, William 



Keating, Timothy 



Rieder, Frederick A. 



Radford, Edwin 



Sherry, Michael, Jr. 



Nature of Action. 



Senior, William A 



Tanner, Gerrit S 



Windmuller, Thomas 



Alheidt, Conrad (In re) 



Bergen, William G. (In re) 



Einstein, Benjamin F. (In re) 



Knapp, Edward J. (In re) 



McCreery, Fanny M. (In re) . 



Missall, Christopher (In re) 



To recover amount of assessment paid for regu- 
lating, etc., Dyckman st., 1x02.90. 

To recover amount of assessment paid for regu- 
lating, etc., Dyckman st., ^1993.75. 

To recover amount of assessment paid for scg}!- 
lating, etc., Dyckman St., |x,o3x.5o. 

For services as Commissioner to inquire into* 
the sanity of Michael Floria, I150. 

Mandamus to compel defendant to reinstate re- 
lator to position on Street Cleaning force. 

Mandamus to compel payment to relator of 
$3,000 for services as special counsel in school 
site proceedings. 

Mandamus to compel a recount of ballots, in 
8th Election District of Z9th Assembly Dis- 
trict. 

To vacate assessment for improvement of xssth 
St., from St. Nicholas pi. to Macomb's Daxa 
Bridge. 

To recover amount paid to Chamberlain b^ 
Clerk of Court of Common Pleas, to the credit 
of William Sorley, $385.92. 

To acquire title to land on northerly side of 46tb 
St., bet. 2d and 3d aves., 19th Ward, for a 
school site. 

For extra work and services as Section Foreman^ 
in Street Cleaning Department, bet. Apr. a6, 
1892, and Nov. 7, T897, |x,o8x.85. 

For extra work as Detailed Custodian in Incum- 
brance Yard No. 2 of Street Cleaning Depart • 
ment, from April. 1895, to Nov. x, X897, 1553.75^ 

For extra work as Detailed Custodian in Incuin<r 
brance Yard No. 2 of Street Cleaning Depart- 
ment, from Nov. 13, 1895, to Oct. 30, 1897^ 

$549- 
For extra work as Detailed Sweeper in Street 

Cleaning' Department, from Dec. 25, 1895,10- 

Nov. 10, 1897, $372. 
For extra work as Detailed Sweeper in Street. 

Cleaning Department, from Mar. 2, X895, to- 

Nov. 12. 1897, $680.75 
For extra work as Detailed Sweeper in Street 

Cleaning Department, from Feb. 26, 1895, to 

Nov. II, 1897, $565.50. 
For extra work as Detailed Sweeper in Street 

Cleaning Department, from Dec. x6, X896, to- 

Nov. 10, 1897, $152.55. 
For exira work as Section Foreman in Street 

Cleaning Department, from Jan. 29 to Oct. 31,. 

1897, $98. 
For extra work as Det uled Sweeper in Street 

Cleaning Department, from Mar. 13, 1896, to 

Nov. II, 1897, $236.25. 
For extra work as Section Foreman in Street 

Cleaning Department, from Feb. 18, X89S, to 

Nov. 10, 1^97, $423.86. 
I For extra work a-% Detailed Sweeper in Street 

Cleaning Department, from Jan. z, 1896, to- 

Nov. I, 1897, $222.50. 
For extra work as Detailed Sweeper in Street 

Cleaning Department, from July x8, X895, to- 

Nov. 15, 1897, $685. 
To vacate assessment for curbing and flagging 

Hawthorne St., from Seaman to Amsterdam) 

ave. 
To vacate assessment for curbing and flagging 

Hawthorne st., from Seaman to Amsterdam 

ave. 
To vacate assessment for curbing and flagging 

Hawthorne st., from Seaman to Amsterdam 

ave. 
!To vacate assessment for curbing and flagging 

Hawthorne st., from Seaman to Amsterdam 

ave. 
To vacate assessment for curbing and flagging 

Hawthorne st., from Seaman to Amsterdam 

ave. 
To vacate assessment for curbing and flagging; 

Hawthorne st, from Seaman to Amsterdam 

ave. 



1 89 



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56 98 

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56 93 



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Title of Action. 



Mead, Frederick (In re) . 



Wallaclc, Anthony (In re] 



Nature of Action. 



Kundsten, Isabelle. 
Connolly, Ann 



Murray, Daniel and WtUiam D. 
Malloy 



O'Brien. Mary E.et al, execu- 
KMTftof John Brady, deceased.. 

Weinstocftc, Caroline L.. Emily C. 
J uch and William A. Juch 



McCarthy, Patrick M. 



Hildebrand, Giegerich G. vs. 

Theodore Sutro, The Mayor, 

etc., et al. 
Yachelson, Max 

Roberts,^ Nathan B, and James 
D. Shipman, as executors o\ 
Kdward F. Roberts 

Union Trust Co. of New York . . . 





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Acritelli, Peter P., vs. The 
Mayor, etc., Patrick Costello, 
et al 

Beard, Frank S 



Osborne, Thomas W 



Anderson, William . . . 
Demarest, William E 



Kip, Sarah Ann, et al., executors, 
of Adam W. Spies, deceased, 
(In re) 

Dunn, George P. (In re) 



McMahon, James (ex rel) vs. 
Board of Police Commiisioners. 



Bulson, Clarence P . . 
Whitney, Charles H. 
Bogert, Albert O.. . . . 



To vacate assessment for curbing and flagi^g 
Hawthorne St., from Seaman to Amsterdam 
ave. 

To vacate assessment for curbing and flaggini; 
Hawthorne St., from Seaman to Amsterdam 
ave. ^ 

To recover balance of award on Parcel No. 307, 
in the Bronx Park proceeding, 1352.42. 

Damages for personal injuries by falling on de- 
fective pavement at No. 1 Hamilton st, 
$io,coo. 

Damages for being prevented from executing 
contract for construction of sewers in the 
Village of Williamsbridge, Sio,ooo. 

To recover amount of assessment paid for regu- 
latmg, etc.. First ave., from 93d to 109th sts., 
$2,739.55. 

To recover amount of assessment paid for regu- 
lating, etc.. First ave., from 93d to 109th sts., 

^$3x525. 

For extra work on Sundays as Hostler in Street 
Cleaning Department, $86.68. 

To foreclose a mortgage (part of property in- 
cluded in the openmg of Mott ave.) 

For extra services as Sweeper in the Street 

Cleaning Department, $612.50. 
To recover amount of assessment paid for 

regulating, etc., zst ave., from 93d to xogth 

St., $7,376.63. 
To recover amount of assessment paid for 

regulating, etc., zst ave., from 93d to zo9th 

St.. $4,338' 70- 
To foreck)se lien under contract for paving river 

front, from West 51st to 53d st., $347.65. 

• 
For transcript of Stenographer's notes of trials 

in Court of General Sessions, $777.30. 
For transcript of Stenographer's notes of trials 

in Court of General Sessions, $507.25. 
Summons only served. 
Summons with notice for $58,000 served. 

To vacate assessment for paving West Broad- 
way, from Chambers to Dey st. 

To vacate assessment for paving Oliver St., 
from Cherry to South st. 

Mandamus to compel defendants to place the 
name of relator on the role of the Police De- 
partment. 

For rebate of excise license fee, $7.95. 



Bqgert, Mary 

Willis, Ernest J., vs. John F. 
Harriot 

Monheimer, Isidore and Samuel 
Weil vs. John F. Harriot, 
Property Clerk 

Piatti, Antonio 



Corbett, John . 
Veitch, Mina. 



Riddle, Charles M., exccutor.etc, 

of James Riddle, deceased. .. . 
Busch, Gustave 



McOwen, Anthony and Charles 

J. Chapman 

Bowie, My ra A 



Gould, George J. et al., executors 
~ d. 



of Jay Goul 

Mace, Arthur J. ; Frederick S. 

Gwyer, John L. Gwyer and 

Eugene G. Gwyer 



do 
do 



do 

do 



l.ZO. 



XI. 51. 



do do 6.0^. 

To recover possession of tandem bicycle, valued 

at $62.70. 
To recover possession of certain ties valued at 

Jf75- 

To recover amount of assessment paid for 
regulating, etc., Dvckman St., $553.75. 

To recover amount of assessment paid ror regu- 
lating, etc., Dyckman St., $959.80. 

To recover amount of assessment paid for rege- 
lating, etc., Dyckman St., $275. 

To recover amount of assessment paid for regu- 
lating, etc., Dyckman st., $2,528.93. 

To recover amount of assessment paid for regu- 
lating, etc., Dyckman St., $355.35. 

To recover amount of assessment paid for regu- 
lating, etc., Dyckman St., $792.60. 

To recover amount of assessment paid for regu- 
lating, etc., Dyckman St., $51.61. 

To recover amount of assessment paid for regu- 
lating, etc., Dyckman St., $if^eo 

Damages for loss of horse by ^ man- 

hole on Bleecker St., $250. 



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Title of Action. 



G. P. Putnam Sons, 



Reifman. Lieb 

Arthur Company (In re). 



Bangs, Francis S. (In re) . 
Bronson, Alice W. (In re) 



Farmers Loan and Trust Co, 

(Inrc) 

Frobriand, Mary de (In re) 



Hamilton, Clare (In re) 

Hubbard, Mary H. (In re) 

Man, William (In re) 

Smith. WlUiam H. (In re) 

White, Matilda W. (In re) 

Bishop, F.V.C. (In re) 

Baillie, Samuel (In re) 

Fennessy, Albert A 

Donai, Louisa 

Goldzier, Julia 

McMahon, Edward J. (ex rel.) vs. 
The Board of Police Commis- 
sioners 

Blair, (George E. (et al.), as exe- 
rutors of Mary J. Blair ........ 

Kieler, Louisa 



Nature of Action. 



For goods, wares and merchandise sold and de- 
livered to Board of Education of the Town of 

East Chester, $238.30. 
Summons only served. 
To vacate assessment for paving Front St., from 

Whitehall to Roosevelt st. 
To vacete assessment for paving Front St., from 

Whitehall to Roosevelt st. 
To vacate assessment for paving Front St., from 

Whitehall to Roosevelt st. 
To vacate assessment for paving Front sL, fix>m 

Whitehall to Roosevelt st. 
To vacate assessment for paving Front St., from 

Whitehall to Roosevelt st. 
To vacate assessment for paving Front st., from 

Whitehall to Roosevelt st. 
To vacate assessment for paving Front st., frx>m 

Whitehall to Roosevelt st. 
To vacate assessment for paving Front st., frx>m 

Whitehall to Roosevelt st. 
To vacate assessment for paving Front St., from 

Whitehall to Rooseve'.t st. 
To vacate assessment for paving Front St., from 

Whitehall to Roosevelt st. 
To vacate assessment for paving Catharine St., 

from Cherry to South st. 
To vacate assessment for Cherry st. paving, 

from Jackson to East st. 
For reblate of excise license fee, $4.35. 



do 
do 



do 
do 



3.84. 
3.56- 



Certiorari to review the dismissal of relator 
from the Police Force. 

Fo recover amount of assessment paid for xo8th 

St., bet. Hudson river and Boulevard. 
Summons onlv served. 



Harris, James M. (ex rel. ) vs. 

'I he Board of Police Commis-I 

sioners j 

Davidson, Edwin, by Albert i Damages for personal injuries caused by horse 



Certiorari to review the dismissal of relator 
from the Police Force. 



Davidson, his guardian ad 
litem 



Swanson, Charlotta.. 
Whitney, OrrinR... 
O'Connor, Michael J , 



Cauldwell, Thomas, as executor, 
etc., of WilKam A. Cauldwell, 
deceased 

Cauldwell, P^lizabeth M 



Forschner, Charles. 
Carroll, James 



Potter, Frederick G., as admin- 
istrator of Joseph L. Potter, 
deceased 

Potter, Frederick G.. sole trustee, 
etc., of William Henry Potter, 
deceased 

Shrady, John, ct al., executors of 
John Shrady, deceased 

Cassen, Isaac, an infant, by 
Samuel Cassen, his guardian 
ad litem 

Kelly, James E 

Alkcr, Alphonse H., as adminis- 
trator of Henry Alker, de- 
ceased 

Allien, Laurent H., executor, 
etc., of Henry O. Allien, de- 
ceased 



of Street Cleaning Department on Aug. 31, 
1897,00 Madison ave., bet. zzoth and xxxth 
sts., $2,000. 
Summons only served. 

For rebate of excise licence fee, $17.53. 

do do 101.63. 

Summons with notice for $179.40 served. 



Summons with notice for $72.27 served. • 

Summons only served. 

Summons with notice served. 

To recover amount of assessment paid for 
regulating, etc., Dyckman st., $2,359.45. 

To recover amount of assessment paid for 
regulating, etc., Dyckman st., $894.39. 

To recover amount of assessment paid for 
regulating, etc., Dyckman st., $887.60. 

Damages tor personal injuries received July 23, 
1S97, at No 234 East 46th st., caused by 
negligent driving of dirt cart, $1,000. 

For services as medical expert to inquire into 
sanity of Michael Floria, $150. 

Summons only served. 



do 



191 



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Supreme 



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57 «57 

57 »S8 

57 "59 

57 160 



When 
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menced. 



1897. 
Dec. 3 



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57 '67 

57 >68 

57 169 

57 170 



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Title of Action. 


Nature of Action. 




AHaniJf . Thomas ......... r .. t r - . 


Summons only served, 
do 
do 

do 
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Barley. Eliza M 




Coffin, Charles B.. as administra- 
tor of Alfred M. Coffin, de- 
ceased ...«• 




Clark, Emma, as executrix of J. 
L. Claiic. deceased 




Crimmins. John L) 




Dvckman. Susan ...■> 




Fransioli. Ausrustus C 




Farrington, William G., as ad- 
ministrator of Louise Farring- 
ton. deceased 




Freeman. Manninflr 




Granniss, George H., executor of 
Henry E. Granniss, deceased.. 

Hegeman, Laura N., as execu- 
trix of Peter A. Hegeman, de- 
ceased • 




Jex, Isabella, as executrix of 
Tosiah Tex. deceased 




KcUv, Anna T., as executrix of 
John Kelly, deceased 

Trustees of the Lincoln-Watts 
Orphan House in the City of 
New York 




Loew, Frederick W., as executor 
of Jacob- Van der Poel, de- 
ceased 




Newton, Harrie G., as executor 

of Henry G. Newton, deceased . 

New York Life Insurance Co. . . . 

Potter, Frederick, as administra- 
tor ol Orlando B. Potter, de- 
ceased 




Hasine^. AmMia i.^.t-rr. 




Stennett. Susan T 




TeflTt, William E.. and Edward S. 
Secly, as executors of Levi 
Aoear. deceased 




Traenkle, Frederick 

Williams, Perry P., and another 
executors of Mary M. Williams, 
deceased 




Watson. John H 




Wilks. Matthew 




Walsh, Peter H., as administrator 
of lliomas Tone, deceased .... 

Woodbury, Francis £., as execu- 
tor of Charles H. Woodbury, 
deceased 

Abbe. Catherine A. B 




American ELxpress Company 

Beekman, Gerard, as executor, 
etc., of James W. Beekman, 
deceased 




Butler, William Allen, as execu- 
tor, etc., ot F. K. Agate 

Brand, Joseph CD., as executor, 
etc.. Christian Brand, dr-ceased 

Banks. Robert Leonard, as ad 
ministrator of Tames Lenox. 





deceased . . . 
Blum, Hyman. 



Bissell, P. St. George, as executor, 
etc., of George H. Bissell, de- 
ceased 



do 
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192 

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Dec. 3 



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Brown, Frederick Aldcn. as ex- 
ecutor, etc., of "EXx Charlier, de- 
ceased 

Bacbrach, S 



Brown, John Crosby. 



Burnet, Charlotte A., and George 

H.Jackson 

Bell, James W 



Boardman, Levantbia W. as ex- 
ecutrix of Abraha n B. Cox, de- 
ceased 

Browne, Thomas Quincy 

Balstier, John A , as executor o( 
H.T. and Homer Morgan, de- 
ceased 

Corporation of Trinity Church, 
No. I 

Corporation of Trinity Church, 
No. a 

Corporation of Trinity Church, 

Corporation of Trinity Church, 

Corporation of Trinity Church, 

N0.5 

Corporation of Trinity Church, 

N0.6 

Corporation of Trinity Church. 

No. 7 

Corporation of Trinity Church, 

N0.8 

Corporation of Tnnity Church, 

No. 9 

Corporation of Triniiy Church, 

No. 10 

Corporation of Trinity Church, 

Corporation of Trinity Church, 
No. 12 

Corporation of Trinity Church, 
No. 13 

Consolidated Gas Company 



Nature of Action. 



Cashman, Dan 'el A . 



Clark, Fannie E., as administra- 
trix oi William A. Ketteltas, 
deceased 

Cauldwell, Thomas W., as ex- 
ecutor, etc., of William A. 
Cauldwell, deceased 

Daly, Thomas W 



Callaghan, Patrick. 
Douglas, Benjamin. 



Draper, M. A. P., as administrator 

of Courtlandt Palmer, deceased 

Edgar, Eliza L 

Ehrmann, Ernest, as trustee of 
the estate of Jacob Scholia, 
deceased i 

Ehrmann, Ernest, as trustee of 
the estate of Jacob Scholle, 
deceased 

Fitzgerald, Mary Ann 



Fearing. D. B.. andE. N. Tailer.j 
as executors, etc., of D. B. 
Fearing, deceased 

Fumald, Francis P 

French, Richard, as executor, 
etc., of Richard French, de- 
ceased 



Summons only served. 

do 
do 
do 
do 
do 

do 
do 

do 
do 
do 
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193 
ScHKDtTLS I — (Centiniied). 



aaw.T, /ama 

■n Scirp Bank in Ihc 

. /of Nci. Vort 

Giwiry, W. M 

.' of WilliuB T. Gamerl 
aied 

C VtVefnei, at exKuur, 
.of A-GordoDHunmcnlfly, 

lan, EiigEncA" Vii^'tli^* 
, of S. D. HonouB, db 

-,-jed 

Hlllon. Htnry u eicculor uf A. 

T. Slewan.dccaHd 

LcPEdoni WDodbury G,, b< eir* 
~ikir» etc., of Kebepca Jonan 

ii, Mnifaiuiial 

L,Dckinin, Jatan T. and GEorgc G. 

John Q. iud»», dtma^d. . .'1 . , 

KcnudT, Kuhel L., ju adminb- 

tin, elt. of Joseph Lenoi 

Ki'lp^irick, 'i^-waii.'.'.'."'.'.'.'.'.'. 

Lalor, Elisbei)!. u enculrli 
. of Wlllixn Lalor, d< 

DDi»uiinVciurtei.'coun 

Df'Minin ZboRmtul'li 
lad 

Hmry aod Hurold H<i 
, ai eieoilori of H. Hei 

Lyon.'Rebecn DeFocnil'.i 
- -niiriiof W.H.DeFomi 

a«d 

Manballin Ufe Insurance Co. . . 

McALecnan, Henry 

Rnuh. J hn Edward, ai «<-ci 
lor of Kilph Marich. decease 
iJe>, Nathan, as eiKulor. etc 
Dl NuhuiielNlIes, deceased. 

Orphan Asylum Sociely o) 111 
CityofNewVorlc 

Tailer, Roben W.. ai executog 
etcofPhebePoirsU, decease 

PhtUipa. L. J., and Mmirice i 

FhilLi|i^ & Coben.drceaied.'.. 

liIlUps. L. J., and Miurke £ 
Cohen, sa eaecutars, etc., c 
Fl>il]ipi& Cohen, deceased... 

Orsal!, Edward, and E. ^ 
Tailer, ai eiecutoia, etc., ( 
FroncU PennaJI, deceased . . . 

himpi. Louia J 

Coatej.ilDwaHiW., as execute 
"'eorKeH. Peck, deceased.. 

«k,W.S 

n IJaiholic Orphan Asylui 

Lp. Rogirs, deceaseii, . . . 
Tl, Charles HowLind, » e, 



194 



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Dec. 31 



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Title of Action. 



Society of the New York Hospital 

Smith, Catherine, as executrix of 

Hugh Smith, deceased 

Trustees of St. Patrick's Cathedral 

Rector, etc., of St. James* Church, 
successors of the Church of the 
Holy Trinity. 

Striker, Elsworth L., as executor 
of Garrett H. Striker, deceased. 

Southmayd, Charies, as executor 
of William B. Astor, deceased. 

Styles, S. M 



Nature of Action. 



SchoUe, Albert W., et al., execu- 
tors of Jacob Scholle, deceased, 
and Ernest Ehrman, et al., 
trustees of A. Scholle. deceased. 

Smith, Adon, as executor, etc., of 
Adon Smith, deceased 

Thompson, Morris L., as execu- 
tor, etc., of William P. Wood- 
cock, deceased 

Third Aveuue Railroad Com- 



pany 

Voorhees, Eld ward M. 



Vanderpoel, George N., execu- 
tor, etc., of Jacob Vanderpoel, 
deceased 

Wandell, Townsend, as executor 
of Acton Civill, deceased, Nc. x. 

Wandell, Townsend, as executor 
of Acton Civill, deceased. No. s. 

Watson, John H 

Weeks, George DeForrest, as 

trustee of Laura Delano 

Weber, John 



Walton, W.T.... 
Weaver, Philip G, 



White, John J., as executor ol 
Eli White, deceased 

Ward, William G., individually 
and as administrator of Charles 
H. Ward, deceased 

Asch, Annie 

Brown, Francis, Simeon E.James, 
Mary R. Risenfeld and John 
H. James 

Equitable Life Assurance Society 
of the United States 

Graff, John C 



Greacen, Robert A. et al., execu- 
tors of Robert Greacen, de- 
ceased 

Jones, Mary 



I Jones, Oliver L 

! 

{Rutherford, M. Louise. 



Sadlier, Francis X,, a& receiver ot 

Cassidy & Adler 

Tilt, Albert and Adelaide B. Tilt. 



Valentine Mitchell, 



Vamum, Francis M. and John H. 
Bradford, as trustee^, etc., of 
Samme B. Bradford 

In the matter of the application 
of the Board of Education, etc. 

In the matter of the application 
of the Board of Education, etc. 



Summons only served, 
do 
do 
do 

do 
do 
do 
do 

do 
do 

do 
do 
do 

do 
do 
do 

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do 
do 
do 
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To acquire title to lands on the southwest cor, 
of 2a St. and While Plains ave., 24th Ward, for 
a school site. 

To acquire title to lands on 144th and 145th sts. 
and College ave., 23d Ward, for a school site. 



195 

Schedule 2 — (Continued), 



Court. 



Supreme .. 



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57 X96 



57 '98 



57 200 



57 20« 



57 204 



57 206 



57 208 



57 310 



57 «i« 



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Dec. 31 



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In the matter of the application 
of the JBoard of Education, etc. 

In the matter of the application 
of the Board of Education, etc. 

In the matter of the application 
of the Board of Education, etc. 

In the matter of the application 
of the Board of Education, etc. 

In the matter of the application 
of the Board of Education, etc. 

In the matter of the application 
of the Board of Education, etc. 

In the matter of the application 
of the Board of Education, etc. 

In the matter of the application 
of the Board of Education, etc. 

In the matter of the application 
of the Board of Education, etc. 

In the matter of the Board of 
Street Opening and Improve- 
ment, etc 



Nature of Action. 



To acquire title to lands on the southerly side 

of 86th St.. bet. Park and Madison aves., zgth 

Ward, for a school site. 
To acquire title to lands in the block bounded bv 

18th and X9th sts., 8th and 9th aves., i6tn 

Ward, for a school site. 
To acquire title to lands on the easterly side of 

James St., bet. Oak and Cherry sts., 4th Ward,, 

for a school site. 
To acquire title to lands on the northerly side of 

49th St., bet. 9th and zothaves., aad Ward, for 

a school site. 
To acquire title to lands on the southerly side of 

55th St., bet. 6th and 7th aves., 23d Ward, for a 

school site. 
To acquire title to lands on the southerly side of 

33d St., bet. 2d and 3d aves., 2xst Ward* for a 

school site. 
To acquire title to lands on the northerly side of 

83d St.. bet. zst and ad aves., x9th Ward, for a 

school site. 
To acquire title to kinds in the block bounded 

by 4zst and 43d sts.. ad and 3d aves., z9th 

Waiti, for a school site. 
To acquire title to lands on the northerly side 

of King St., bet. Varick and Congress sts., 8th 

Ward, for a school sits. 
To acquire title to lands bounded by zzth and 

X2th aves., 53d, 53d and 54th st^., sad Ward, 

for a public park. 



RECAPITULATION. 

*Common Law Actions on Contract 2126 

Common Law Actions on Tort 137 

Equity Suits 14S 

Writs of Certiorari 134 

Writs of Mandamus 121 

Proceedings to Vacate Assessments 275 

Condemnation Proceedings other than Street Opening Proceedings 93 

Actions in which a Summons only has been served 208 

Proceedings to Recover Awards 65 

Miscellaneous Proceedings 22 



Total 3329 



* Z534 of these suits were excise rebate cases. 



196 



Schedule 



LIST OF ACTIONS AND SPECIAL PROCEEDINGS TERMINATED DURING THE 

EACH WAS 




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William B«Lu^s 
Joba H.O*Rourite 



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For salary as Clerk in Fire Department from $661 la 
Nov. 30, 1895, to Jalva4. ZP96 

Damages for personal injories by &niag on 
^aow and ice at sth ave. and 107th st 

For sabary ** Janitor of Independent Armory 
of Sifnal Corps, 34th st. and Pjurk ave 

For amount alleged to be due on contract with 
Gregory Cox for regulatins and paving 
Mo^<4u ave.. bet. New York Central and 
Hudson River Railroad tracks and Jerome 



368 00 \ 
5.408 43 ; 



Ftancis Higgius 



ave. 



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on WardNos.67and68, Biock 109^ 

Mandamus to compel Clerk oi Arrears to re-! 
f ceive payment of taxes tor years 1873 to 1876.' 
i inclusive, on Ward Nos. 43 to 46. indnsive.! 

I BtQdc96o» 12th Ward ', 

, To recover amount paid for premises Map 338-' 

■ 331. Farm No. 60. Ward Nos. 35-28. sold lor 

noo>paymest of assessment for paving and 

regnuting loth are., from i^sth to i-Mth si. . 

For aoMMmt of award made for school site at 

East Broadway. Henry. Scammell and Gonv-. 

«nM«r sts 

To nfc o ver amount paid for assessment for Sc 
Nicholas ave. sewer, from 133d to iS5th st. . . 

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YEARJ 1897, WITH A RECAPITULATION AND A STATEMENT SHOWING HOW 
DISPOSED OF. 



Date. 



i8q7. 



How Done. 



Jan. a Order entered discontinuing action without costs. 



a ! Judgment entered in favor of the City dismissing the 
I complaint with I109 costs 

4 Transcript of judgment in favor of plaintiff for $368 
I certified to Comptroller 

4 I Order entered discontinuing action withoat costs 



Transcript, of judgment in favor of plaintifT for I859.43 

certified to Comptroller 

Writ of mandamus certified to Comptroller 



Transcript of judgment in &vor of plaintiff for $288 
certified to Comptroller 



Transcript of judgment in favor of plaintiff for 
$22,6x4.50 certified to Comptroller 



5 I Order entered discontinuing action without costs. 



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Tried : complaint dismissed. 
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48.59. 
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448.69. 

162.58. 
70.89. 

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$x3,28x.7o certified to Comptroller 

6 Order entered confirming report of Commissioners. . . 



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certified to Comptroller. 
Order entered discontinuing action without costs By consent. 



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Transcript of judgment in favor of plaintiff for, 

127,353.51 certified to Comptroller | 

Transcript of judgment in favor of plaintiff for $6,000 Upon offer ; pursuant to compromise. 

certified to Comptroller 



8 Order confirming report of referee certified to Comp- Heard before a referee, 

troUer I 

Transcript of Judgment in favor of plaintiff for $150, Upon offer; without trial, 
certified to Comptroller I 



Folio. 


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Ca^S. of ACTIOK. 


Claim. 




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Fabric Fire Hoie Co 

Mary Eliu Cahun v., W. 


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For Tilue of lioiie delivered to Fire Dopan- 
ment. ViUageofWaVeBeld. Mar.ia, 1895--- 

and sih Bvei., and for ^LDages for . .ttabold- 
ingpoiseiirion thereof. ....._ 


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Teltgraph a<.d Electrical 
Subi^ay VI. Commisiioneni 


48 470 


fcr-SSS 

io6ih 10 ijid »., Ward Nos. 7 to 9 and' jfi t. 
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Jan. 8 
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Order directing payment of award certified to Comp- 
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Transcript of judgment in favor of plaintiff for $72.37 
certified to Comptroller 

Order entered discontinuing action without costs 



9 i Entered order discontinuing action without costs. 



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.Order entered quashing writ of mandamus and vacat- Argued belore Beach, J. 
j ing order ^rantmg it. ' 



Transcript of judgment certified at 1x79.07. 

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do 124.96. 

do 88.35. 

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Transcript of judgment in favor of plaintiff for |2i,- 

862.60 certified to Comptroller 

Transcript of judgment in tavor of plaintiff for $883.12 

certified to Comptroller. 



Certificate of costs in favor of plaintiff for $82.85 certi- 
fied to Comptroller 



Order entered discontinuing action without costs. 



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Argued at the Court of Appeals. 



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Transcript of judgment certified at $z»i3x.32. 

do do 1,678.53 . 

do do 640.46. 

do do 433<4x . 

do do 322.69. 

do do 498.74. 

do do 228.54. 



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Thomas E. Leeman 

Henry Fajen 

People ex rel. Knickerbocker 
Ice Co. vs. Ashbel P. Fitch, 
Comptroller 

I James J. Powers vs. The 
Mayor, etc., Peter Walsh 
and Patrick Maher 



Cai'sb op Action. 




James T. Malone 

Philip A. Smyth and another 



'David Bruell, or Brill. 

Adolph Voelter 

Rosa Isaacs. 

Frederick Lunstedt... 

Isaac Hershborn 

Barbara Toepfer 



Johanna Harbergcr as admin 

istratrix 

People ex rel. Bernard Mc 
Laughlin vs. The Commis- 
sioner of Public Works. . . . 
Margaretha Meyer vs. John 

J. Herlihy. 

Eastern Brewing Co 

do 

do 

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Samuel F. Jacobs, as re- 



ceiver 

People ex rel. Kursheedt Mfg. 
Co. vs. The Commissioners 
of Taxes and Assessments . 

Henry M. Ritscher 

Angelo Morello 

Charles A. Fuller 

Herman Tonjes 

Ercole Montawati et al 

Christian H. Rauft 

Diedrich Schnakenberg 

People ex rel. Rachel M. 
Purdy vs. Ashbel P. Fitch, 
Comptroller 



For rebate of excise license fee 

do do 

Mandamus to compel repayment of amount of 
assessment paid tor opening 12th ave 

To foreclose lien for labor and services under 
contract of defendant Walsh in erection of 
school building cor. of 82d st. and West End 

a«re 

For salary as Assistant Clerk in Coroners' 

office for Dec, 1896 

For services appraising premises at No. 79 

Maiden Lane. July 24, 1894 

For rebate of excise license fee 

do do 

do do 

do do 

do do 

For rent of certain premises leased to the Vil- 
lage of Wakefield, quarter ending Aug. i. 

1^6 

For rebate of excise license fee 

Mandamus to compel reinstatement of relator as 
a Foreman in the Sewer Department 

To restrain defendant from placing Policeman in 

front of No. 23 Second ave 

For rebate of excise license fee 

do do 

do do 

do do 

do do 

Certiorari to review assessment on relator's 
personal property for X896 



Richard N. Amow 

Thomas Cowen 

Lucius W. Howe 

Emanuel Burlando 

William W. Waterhouse. 

Seamtm Hunt 

I 

Samuel A. Berrian 

1 

J. Edgar Leaycraft 

J. Romaine Brown 

I 

Michael Coleman 



For rebate of excise license fes. 

do do 

do do 

do do 

do do 

do do 

do do 



Mandamus to compel issue of bonds in payment 

of award made for damages by change oi 

grade of X44th st., pursuant to chapter 537, 

Laws of 1893 

For salary as Justice, 12th District Court, for 

Dec, 1896 

For salary as Deputy Clerk, 12th District Court, 

for Dtc, 1896 

For salary as Stenographer, 12th District Court, 

for Dec, 1896 

For salary as Interpreter, 12th District Court, 

for Dec, 1896 

For salary as Attendant, 12th District Court, 

for Dec, 1896 

For salary as Attendant, 12th Dis.rict Court, 

for Dec, 1696 

For salary as Tanitor, 12th District Court, for 

Dec, 1896 

For services as Appraiser, Madison ave. and 

25th St. Court-house site 

For services as Appraiser, Madison ave. and 

25th St. Court-house site 

For services as Appraiser. Madison ave. and 

I asth St. Court-house site ' 

Thomas Harris jFor services as Appraiser, Madison ave. and 

25th St. Court-house site 

For services as Appraiser, Madison ave. and 

25th St. Court-house site , 

Mandamus to compel appointment of relator, a 

veteran, as Foreman of Laborers, in place of 

John J.Quigley I 



Frank W.Towle. 



People ex rel. Wm. C. Ready 
V •• S. V. R. Cruger, Samuel 
McMillan, Smith Ely and 
William A. Stiles, Park 
Commissioners 

James P. Davenport 



Adolph N. Du Mahaut. 



For salary as Justice of the 13th District Court! 

for Dec, 1896 

For salary as Clerk of the X3th District Court! 

tor Dec, 1896 



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Transcript of judgment certified at I603.84. 
do do 162.14. 



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Z3 Transcript of judgment in favor of defendant Walsh 
certified and sent to Comptroller 



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certified to Comptroller 

Transcript of judgment in favor of plaintiff for |i 17.73 

certified to Comptroller 

Transcript of judgment certified fit $71.80 

do do 183.86 

do do 158.88 

do do 75.55 

do do 34.^4 

Transcript of judgment in favor of plaintiff for I90 
certified to Comptroller 



Order entered discontinuing action without costs. 



Order entered denying application for peremptory 
writ of mandamus 



Order entered dentine motion for injunction with |zo 

costs i n favor of defendants 

Transcript of judgment certified at I40.03 

do do 164.59 

do do 181. 13 

do do 

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90.99. 
163.32. 



Order reducing assessment certified to Comptroller. . . 



Transctipt of judgment certified at 1161.34. 

do do 125.36. 

do do 85.14. 

do do 66.17. 

do do 39-35' 

do do 11^.30. 

do do zoo.oo . 



Transcript of judgment in favor of plaintiff for $1x0.05 
certified to Comptroller 



Remarks. 



Upon offer ; no defense. 

do do 

Upon motion ; no opposition interposed. 



Tried ; City not interested. 

Upon offer ; without trial. 

do do 

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Argued before Truax, J. 

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Argued before Russell, J. 



Upon offer ; no defense, 

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Transcript of judgment in favor of plaintiff for $500! Upon offer ; without trial. 

certified to Comptroller 

Transcript of judgment in favor of plaintiff for $250 

certified to Comptroller 

Transcript of judgment in favor of plaintiff for $166.66 

certified to Comptroller 

Transcript of judgment in favor of plaintiff for $ioo 

certified to Comptro'ler 

Transcript of judgment in favor of plaintiff for $83.33 

certifieid to Comptroller. 



Transcript of judgment in favor of plaintiff for $83.33 
certified to Comptroller 



Transcript of judgment in favor of plaintiff for $75 
certified to Comptroller 



Transcript of judgment in favor of plaintiff for $500 
certified to Comptroller 

Transcript of judgment in favor of plaintiff for $500 
certified to Comptroller 

Transcript of judgment in favor of plaintiff for $500 
certified to Comptroller 



Transcript of judgment in favor of plaintiff for $200 
certified to Comptroller 

Transcript of judgment in favor of plaintiff for $110 
certified to Comptroller 

Order entered denying motion for peremptory writ 
but allowing alternative writ 



Transcript of judgment in favor of plaintiff for $500 
certified to Cfomptroller 

Transcript of judgment in favor of plaintiff for $250 
certified to Cfomptroller 



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Title. 



Robert Andrews 

James H. Fish 

Max Rechnitzer 

Samuel S. Bowne 

Valentine J. Hahn 

Thomas H.McCormick.. 
The Tribune Association. 



Honora Brayton .... 

Jacob Korn 

Peter J. Connor . . . . 
Thomas W. Osborne. 



Max Herbst 

William Rapp 

Albert Ott 

Patrick J. Fitzsimmons 

Gustav Hoeltje 

Wilhelm Meyer 

Carl L. Lewenstein . . . 



Michael Shelly . . 
Jeremiah Hayes. 



People ex rel. Charles Miller, 
Jr., vs. The Dock Commis- 
sioners 

Patrick Gallagher vs. The 
Board of Education 



Emilio M. Castillo. 



Cause of Action. 



For salary as Assistant Clerk of the Z3th Dis- 
trict Court lor Dec, X896 

For salary as Stenographer of the X3th District 
Court for Dec, 1896 

For salary as Interpreter of the z3th District 
Court for Dec, 1896 

For salary as Attendant of the 13th District 
Court for Dec, 1896 

For salary as Attendant of the X3th District 
Court for Dec, 1896 ... 

For salary as Janitor of the 13th District Court 
for Dec, X896 

For publishing certain notices to taxpayers. . . . 



taken for 



for 



People ex rel. Emma Chase 
vs. The Commissioners of 
Taxes and Assessments . . . 

Eastern Brewing Co 

do 

do 

D.M.Koehler & Son Co 

Orrin R. Whitney 

New York Bottling Co 

John Long 

Paul Judge 

Paul Weidman Brewing Co. . 

. Claus H. Steffens 

Lange Bros 

Standard Buffet Co 

J. Chr. G. Huppel Brewing 

Co 

Frederick Wellbrock 

. j Frederick W. Meyer 

. I John H. Doscher 

. Maria McCann 

. Anna Stern 

• I do 

. John J. Smith, as receiver. . . 



For payment of award for premises 
school purposes. No. 30 Oliver st 

For payment of award for premises taken 
school purposes. No. 30 Oliver st 

To foreclose lien of plaintiff vs. O'Hare for 
repairs and alterations to City Hall 

For transcribing stenographer's minutes m 
criminal cases during Sept. and Oct.» 1896, for 
the Dbtrict Attorney 

For rebate of excise license fee ... , 
do do .... 

do do ... 

do do ... 

do do 

do do ... 

For salary as Deputy Clerk of the Court of 
General Sessions for Dec, 1896 

For award for premises taken for school pur 
poses. No. 32 Oliver st ( 

For award for premises taken for school pnr- 
po-es. No. 329 E^st 19th st 

Mandamus to compel Commissioners to re 
instate relator as Recording Clerk in Dock 
Department 

For value of extra stone, brickwork and 
materials used in construction of school build- 
ing on northwest cor. 51st st. and xst ave.. 
under contract 

To restrain payment of certain excise rebate 
judgments obtained by Lecomte & Robillard 

! Certiorari to review assessment of taxes on re 
lator's personal property tor 1896 



For rebate of excise license fee. 



do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 

do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 

do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



Claim. 



$930 


00 


x66 66 


zoo 


03 


«3 


33 


83 


33 


75 


00 


97 50 


4.800 


00 


z5,xoo 


00 



Carll V. Smith For manure furnished Department of Public 

Parks,for use Corlears Hook and Battery Parks 

For manure furnished the Department of Cor- 
rection 

For manure delivered to the Department of 
Charities 

For removal of manure. Department of Charities 



do 
do 
do 



Henry A. Peck and another . 



do 



do 



For manure furnished the Department of 
Charities and Correction for the Metropolitan 
Hospital 

For manure furnished the Department of Chari- 
ties and Correction for the City Hospital. . . . 



123 75 



3 
170 
167 
177 


S 
JS 


17a 
179 


00 
66 


350 


00 


19,000 


00 


19,000 


00 



3,386 zo 





x6x 


77 


59 99 

2X 60 


98 


91 


Z 


10 


58 

63 

x,4x8 


33 
X3 

tl 


xoo 


00 


168 


02 


593 


20 


83 29 


3X 
14X 


25 
67 


30 


55 


294 39 
57 67 
56 57 
8094 


x,6s3 


76 


8zo 


00 


810 


00 


90 


00 


736 08 



780 00 






203 



{Continued). 




i8q7 
Jan. 



21 'Transcript of judgment in favor of plaintiff for $250 

I cerlifiud to Comptroller 

21 Transcript of judgment in favor of plaintiff for $166.66 

certified to Comptroller 

21 Transcript of judgment in favor of plaintiff for |ioo 

certified to Comptroller 

21 Transcript of judgment in favor of plaintiff for $83.33 

certified to Comptroller 

Transcript of judgment in favor of plaintiff for $83.33 

certified to Comptroller 

Transcript of judgment in favor of plaintiff for $75 

certified to Comptroller 

Wrote to Comptroller that the judgment for $139.68, 

entered Dec. 23, 1896, should be allowed to stand. . . 

Transcript of judgment in favor of plaintifi for 

$4,929 50 certified to Comptroller 

19 [Transcript of judgment in favor of plaiotiff for $15,462 

certified to Comptroller 

19 Action abandoned 



21 



21 



21 



19 



Upon offer ; without trial. 



do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



Upon offer ; no defense, 
do do 

do do 

By consent. 





19 








ly 1 








^9 




19 




»9 




19 




22 


(< 






22 



19 Transcript of judgment in favor of plaintiff fjr $123.75 Upon offer ; without trial, 
certified to Comptroller j 

Transcript of judgment certified at $21.40 ..lUpon offer; no defense. 



do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



do 


188.66 


do 


19^51 


do 


'95.51 


do 


X90.03 


do 


. ',96. xo 



Transcript of judgment in favor of plaintiff for $250 

certified to Comptroller 

Transcript of judgment in favor of plaintiff for do do 

$19,478.08 certified to Comptroller 

22 i Transcript of judgment in favor of plaintiff lor do do 

$19,292.89 certified to Comptroller 

22 Judgment entered dismissing alternative writ of man-iTried before Giegerich, J., and jury, 
damus with $109.60 costs against relator 



do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 



22 Transc ipt of juigment in favor of plaintiff for 
$2 345.07 certified to Comptroller 



Upon offer ; witfiout trial. 



25 Order oi discontinuance without costs entered By consent. 



25 Order served dismissing writ with $55 costs; costs 
paid 





26 




26 




26 




26 




26 




26 




26 




26 




26 




26 




26 




26 




26 




26 




s6 




26 




26 




26 




26 




25 



Transcript of judgment certified at $187.87. 

63.33. 

39.88., 
119.82., 

21.95. 
76.16. 

105.23., 
82.26 
1,437.00. 

118.27. 

185.95., 

613.07. 
34.CO., 



do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 



Argued before Russell, J. 



Upon offer ; no defense. 



43.86. 

160.90. 

49.07. 

3I5-50. 
60.78. 
61.19. 
82.77. 



26 Transc-^ipt of judgment in favor of plaintiff for $1,9x1.76 

! certified to Comptroller 

26 ITranscript of judgment in favor of plaintiff for $987.77 

I certified to Comptroller 

26 Transcript of judgment in fevor of plaintiff for $980.88 

certified to Comptroller 

26 Transcript of judgment in favor of plaintiff for $185.14 

j certified to Comptroller 

26 iTranscript of judgment in favor of plaintiff for $947.92 

j certified to Comptroller 

26 ' Transcript of judgment in favor of plaintiff for $897.41 
certified to Comptroller 



do 




do 


do 




do 


do 




do 


do 




do 


do 




do 


do 




do 


do 




do 


do 




do 


do 




do 


do 




do 


do 




do 


do 




do 


do 




do 


do 




do 


do 




do 


do 




do 


do 




do 


do 




do 


do 




do 


led before Freedman, J., and jury 




do 


do 




do 


do 




do 


do 




do 


do 



do 



do 



'5 



204 



Schedule 3 — 



Rbgis- 

TSR 

Folio. 

50 450 

50 4aa 
5» 48 
59 39a 

51 x8o 
5X 35* 
5« 249 

51 7 
5x 80 

50 6x 

50 87 

47 ^78 

5a 4<H 

52 340 

49 389 

Sa 53 

49 •7a 
47 a39 
5a tiS 

5a 347 

5« 79 

51 08 

50 408 
5* 54 



Court. 



5» 

51 

5' 



5« 
5« 






13 
IT 

58 
70 



50 404 

51 54 

50 399 

5* I" 

51 02 

5« 55 

50 405 

51 6x 



57 
79 



50 401 
5, 60 

5» 9 

S« «s 

51 70 

SO 403 

SO 394 

*• J 

50 400 

51 xo 



53 
78 

59 
82 



Supreme .... 



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Title. 



Harry A. Peck and another. 
Patrick Sexton 



Archer Welch. 



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Owen J. Ward. 



Joseph Murray 

Herman Herz 

Eastern Brewing Co 

do 

do 

Dennis W. Moran 

Merz Universal Extractor and 
Construction Co 



Thomas Nelson, 



Peter P. McLoughlin , 



The Rector, Church Wardens 
and Vestrymen of St. Ann's 
Church ot Morrisania 

New York Life Insurance 
Co 

Board of Water Commis- 
sioners of the City of 
Yonkers 

People ex reL Edw. J. Barrett 
vs. The Board of Police 
Commissioners 

People ex rel. Wm. Lawson 
vs. The Board of Police 
Commissioners 

People ex rel. Benjamin P. H. 
Trask vs. Ashbel P. Fitch, 
Comptroller 

People ex rel. Jacob H. Scbiff 
vs. E. P. Barker el al 

Matthew Smith 

(lottfried Frank 

Annie AUard 

Liiigi Stcfanini 

John Donlin and another. . . 

M.M. Dykes 

Dominick Connor 

Paul A.Goult 

Louis P. Schaff ner 

Stephen Ditmas 

George Verhaeren 

Michael J.Callahan 

Robert Duffy.. 

i Leonardo Denino 

I Maurice Callahan 

Karl Bausi 

Joseph Woodlock 

Charles S. Clausen and 
another 

John Durante 

I Minnie Fenn 

John K. Paiker 

' Bridget Glynn 

Lino Martinez 

Andrew Gromus 

Paulini Pisania 

Adolph Charvat 

Wm. McQuade 

Frederick J. Becker 

Frederick Wolf 

Wm. Weisner 

Jeremiah L. Converse 

Helen Blanke 

Rdward Aurig 

Rosario Fertilla 

John Collins 

Peter Diestel and another. . . 

Charles Neertz 

Peter Hauch 

Sadie Glantz 

Patrick Conlon and another.. 



Cause of Action. 



For manure fiimished Department of Public 

Parks 

For rebate of excise license fee 



do 



do 



For professional services rendered at request of 
District Attorney 

For rebate of excise license fee 

do do 

do do 

do do 

do do 

To foreclose lien for regulating Tremont ave. . . 

For mandamus to compel respondents to per- 
mit execution of contract for the disposal of 
garbage 

To declare void assessment for regulating, 
grading, etc., ist ave., bet. 02d and 109th sts., 
and to recover amount paid. 

For transcribing Stenographer's notes furnished 
District Attorney in x8q6 

For payment oi an award made for land taken 
for Z4ist St. school site, bet. Brook and St. 
Ann's aves '. 

Damages to premises No. 16 East 67th st. by 
the bursting of a water-main 

For furnishing water to the a4th Ward of the 
City of New York in 1895 and 1896 

Certiorari to review the removal of relator, a 
Patrolman, from the force 



Certiorari to review the removal of relator, a 
Patrolman, from the force 



Mandamus to compel respondents to deliver a 
tax lease and certificate . . 



Mandamus to compel Comptroller to furnish 

certain books, etc 

For rebate of excise license fee 



do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 

do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 

do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



Claim. 



I420 42 

IZ3 14 
I7X 00 
600 00 

3,052 86 

394 39 
28 31 

145 85 
72 ax 



545 00 



318 


00 


18,785 


55 


34 


a5 


2,656 69 







178 


47 


177 


77 


175 


76 


173 


61 


17X 


53 


z68 


75 


168 


75 


167 36 


164 58 


159 72 


153 


40 


X58 


33 


'47 


X7 


145 


83 


143 


75 


14X 


69 


140 


28 


149 


86 


138 


19 


108 


99 


107 


22 


102 


22 


102 


40 


lOI 


IX 


98 


44 


92 


77 


92 


21 


90 


83 


87 


9X 


88 


32 


86 66 


85 


10 


82 


50 


81 


67 


8i 


zz 


76 66 


Q2 


2X 


68 


33 


67 


77 


67 


2a 



205 



{Continued ). 



Date. 



1897. 


Jan. 


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29 

29 
30 

30 
30 

30 
30 
30 

30 



Feb. 



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How Done. 



Transcript of judgment in favor of plaintiff for 1528.91 

cenified to Coaptroller 

Transcript oijudgsMnt in tavor of plaintiff for $130.44 

certified to Comptroller 

Transcript of judgment to favor of plaintiff for $189 

certified to Comptroller.... 

Transcript of judgment in favor of plaintiff for |6oo 

certified to Comptroller 

Transcript o( judgment certified at |i3,03x.84 

do do 136.96 

do do 45.0 

do do 8085 

do do X04.75 

Order of discontinuance without costs entered 

Order entered affirming order denying motion for writ 
of mandamus 

Transcript of judgment in favor of plaintiff for I581.78 
certified to Comptroller 

Transcript of Judgment in favor of plaintiff for 1318 
certified to Comptroller 

Transcript of judgment in favor of plaintiff for 
$19,306. 58 certified to Comp! roller 

Order entered discontinuing action without costs 

Transcript of judgment in favor of plaintiff for 
$1,504.24 certified to Comptroller 

Order entered affirming proceedings of Commissioners 
with costs > 

Order entered affirming proceedings of Commissioners 
with costs 

Order entered denying motion for a writ of mandamus 



do do 

Transcript of judgment certified at $215.17 

do do 214.52......... 

do do 212.46 

do do axo.41 

do do 308.35 

do do 205.65 ......... 

do do 205.61 

do do 204.24 

do do 202.87 

do do X97.58 

do do 196.91 

do do 196.71 

do do 185.75 

do do 184.38 

do do 181.64 

do do Z79«59 

do do 178.90......... 

do do 178.28 

do do X76.16 

do do i46>7x 

do do x45'07 

do do Z40.13 

do do 139*45 

do do X39-04 

do do 135-75 

do do 130.27 

do do 129.72 

do do 128.76 

do do 125.89 

do do Z35.89 

do do Z34.24 

do do 123.27 

do do 120.X3 

do do ix9«3i 

do do 118.76 

do do Z14.38 

do do X29.72 

do do X06.16 

do do T05.61 

do do X05.07 



Remarks. 



Tried before Freedman, J., and jury. 
Upon offer ; no defense. 



do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


By consent 


•• 


Argued at 


Appellate Division. 



Upon offer ; no defense. 



do 




do 


do 




do 


By consent. 






Upon offer ; 


by 


compromise. 



Argued at Appellate Division. 



do 



do 



Argued before Smyth, J. 



Argued before Truax, J. 



Without trial ; 


no defense 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


QO 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


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do 





I c..,.. 



'iSfcS:- 



:ti:Ji:::". 



John K. Boyle 

Loiiii KiihD , 

People CI M. WiUiuB 1 
W>rd vs. BDord ol PoUi 



People ex rel. Mary 
(/HsirEvi.AibbelF.) 
ConiBltoller 

Loeii KraeiiiEr 

Maurice A. Eniu; 

Victoria Grosinun 

Maurice Cobe 

lulia Waldman 

wniiam E.CoVie!!!!!! 

GaoTst W.Knfetal 

IWio&ld S.TayV 

lAndrew r.Cobe 

'PrsDclsKeigii, 

:Ed*.raW,T\.roer 

liradCobe. 

■ Peter L.BreU 

ijulLu!Bohn 

CharlesF.GaU 

We'.h Preibylerian CI 

William E.O.Schwarti. 
William MidiMl. 



ST Rbaie of eicige Uceixe fee 

do do 

do do 

do Jo 

do- do '.'.'.'. .'.'^\\'.'.'. 

do do "".'.'.'.'.'.'.".. 
do do 

do do !!!!!!!.'!!!!,■ 

do do 

do do 

or publiihing certain noliees to taxpayers. 

or lebale of eiclK licenK fee 

do do I 

lak^td'fi!™ Jib «, school sile ... " .^""'.™! 
o RSIrain priDlJnE of name of Benjamin L. 
FairchildoD official ballot 

Tojbtedose lien under conttaci lor regulaiing 

■biUoieKiic']icaiKre^'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'. 
do do 

do do !!!.'.:/!; 

do do '.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.. 

do do WV.'.^^'.'.'J. 

amiLs to compel payment of a 
labon ave, opening, iBjlh Id I7sfh si 

ib-teofei,ciselieeMcfce 

do do 

do do '.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.' 

do do 

do do 

do do 

do do '.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'. 

ges for loss of horses, damages Ir 

'baTe o 'e.cf.e llMoie lee'.'. '.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'. 
do do 

For balance of rem claimed to be due ar 
damaiea to NDS.to« and goS East iit 
used for school pumoses. and interest . . 

For rebale of excise bcensefee 



38 95 
38 3J 

2I II 



in 



I Tnnicripl of judgnem Is tivor Drpluniiff for (i]> 











cnlereil on remiHiliir in 


•ITOTO 


>he 


apond- 


enleiHlby coBS«-(IEicD 


■[nuin 


..c. 





Iji^a"! 



a Order and judgment on remillilur in favor of rt 
cr'ipt if JQdginent.eerlified«Jios.9o.,,. 



IX-:: 



3 Transdripl of judgmsnt in favor of plaimirior (tiB'm 
cerlifitd lo Compiroller 

MCripl of judgmenl in favor of plainliff for (i 

■lified Id Comptroller 

nKiipl of iudsmen-m (avor of plainlifi for «io3 

nifiedtoCoDipirollti- ;,.,. 

3 Tiann^riin of jcidKniMl in tavor of plainliR for |)oo 
-Tifiedlo Compiroller 

■dipt of judjmeot eerlified at fi^B.i? 



II the Court afAppea! 



Argued « the Court ol Appeali 



c=McAda>n,J.,aiidii.ry. 



2o8 



Schedule 3 — 



Rbgis< 

TER 

Fouo. 



51 35a 

51 361 

Sx 39a 

5x 39« 

51 386 

51 277 

5* 354 

5» 353 

SI 353 

5a M3 

53 68 

48 103 

47 479 



50 361 

48 475 

41 40 

S3 54 

50 4x8 

51 350 

s« 439 

47 476 

53 4 

5a 399 

5a 389 

57 381 

53 9a 

S3 91 

52 4U 

Sa 37a 

52 373 

40 410 

51 406 

52 X72 

43 524 

51 290 

51 329 

SI 4" 

51 459 

s* 327 

51 328 

51 291 



Court. 



Supreme . . . . 



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• ■ • • 



Title. 



Josephine Kleinwachter.... 

Dennis F. Costello 

William O'Brien 

John F. Gleason 

Joseph Espencheid 

Emit Engelman 

Henry Bailer 

August Lingerman 

Pius Boilheimer 

Jonathan Conklin 



Carll V.Smith. 



Ihomas Hagan 



Matter of John Claflin and 
another 

People ex rel. Consolidated 
Telegraph and Electrical 
Suhway Co 

In the Matter of the Board of 
Education 

People ex rel. Patrick T. 
Morris vs. Board of Police 
Commissioners 

Elizabeth Baer, an infant by 
her guardian, etc 



John Dunn. 



Frederick H. Otten 



William C.Huson. 



People ex rel. Charles G. Bur- 

goyne 

Anthony Kessler 



George E. Peckham. 
Frank S. Beard 



Cause of Action. 



For rebate of excise license fee 

do do 

do do 

do do 

do do 

do do 

do do 

do do 

do do 

For value of 12,560 bushels of compost delivered 

Department of Correction, and interest 

For value of 500 cartloads of manure delivered 

to Department of Public Parks 

To foreclose lien on contract for erection of 

Primary School No. 35 Annex 

For an award made in the matter of the Jerome 
Park Reservoir 

Certiomh to review assessment on relator's 
capital stock for 1896 

To acquire title to property at Orchard, Hester 
and Ludlow streets for a school site 

Certiorari to review removal of relator from the 
Police force 



For damages for personal injuries by being 
struck by piece of iron covering excavation 
in T4th St 

For rebate of excise license fee 



For rebate of excise license fee . 



Hugh A. Serviss. 



In re Dorothea Wult, 



In re Detlev Wulf . 



Frederick Beach.. 

Edwin W. Halsey. 

do 



The Mayor, etc., vs. Central 
Park, North and East River 
Railroad Co 

Charles Spies 



For transcript of stenographic notes of testi- 
mony furnished District Attorney's office in 
criminal cases 

Mandamus to compel audit of payment of bill of 
relator for printing, etc 

For rent of premises on southwest cor. Colum- 
bus ave. and Z26th st., quarter ending Dec. 6, 
1896 

For books, etc., furnished Board of Education 
of Town of E^st Chester 

For stenographic notes of testimony furnished 
District Attorney's office and Clerk of Court 
of General Sessions and interest 

For carpenter- work furnished Fourth Street 
School District, Town of East Chester, May 
and June, 1895 

For award made on opening East 156th St.... 



do 



do 



For payment of an award made for premises 
taken for East Broadway, Scammel, Gouver- 
neur and Henry sts. school site 

For award made for premises taken for East 
Broadway, Scammel and Gouverneur sts. 
school site 

For award made for premises taken for East 
Broadway, Scammel and Gouverneur sts. 
school site 

To lecover car license fees tor 1887 and i888. . 



For rebate of excise license fee. 



• • . 

... 
... 

• a . < 

• . . < 



Frank S. Beard. 



Martin McMahon . 



Napoleon B. De Laurier 

S. Liebmann's Sons Brewing 

Co 

Henry F. Natemeyer 

Francis P. Coakley 

Meta Freese 

Louise Hatoff 

Pasquale Selvaggi 



For transcript of Stenographer's notes of testi- 
mony in criminal cases furnished District 
Attorney and Clerk of Court of General Ses- 
sions and interest 

Damages for personal injuries received at loth 
ave. and i68th St., Jan., 1892 

For rebate of excise license fee 

do do 



do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



Claim. 



I««>3 75 
88 35 

56 70 

53 90 
56 19 
94 zo 
93 93 
10 57 
753 60 

375 00 

190 35 

1,095 70 



15,000 00 

91 35 

7 67 
2,706 60 

130 00 
625 00 

141 95 
233 50 

69 63 



131 


33 


130 


22 


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95 


10,877 


31 


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167 12 

143 28 

53 33 
148 91 

144 55 



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T iaiMu r ip t of judgment certified at $119.35 



do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



106.9a. 

97- 49- 
75.o«. 

69.4|o. 

74 w. 
39.60. 

38.43- 
26.07. 



Rbmarks. 



Without trial ; no defense. 



do 
do 

do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



Tramcript of judgment in favor of plaintiff for $807.88 
certifi^ to Comptroller 

Transcript ot judgment in favor of plaintiff for I400.60 do 

certified to Comptroller 

'Order of discontinuance entered without costs iBy consent. 



do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 

do 



Received order directing payment by Trust Company Upon motion ; no opposition, 
of $x,c95, amount of awara 



6 
6 



Certified order reducmg assessment for 1896 to sum 
of $75,000 and sent to Comptroller 



6 

6 

6 
8 

8 
8 



Order entered confirming report of the Commissioners 
of Estimate 

Judgment on remittitur entered in favor of respond 
ents and for $101.90 costs and disbursements 



Order entered discontinuing action without costs. 



Entered by consent. 



Upon motion ; after hearing before Commit* 

sioners. 
Argued at the Court of Appeals. 



By consent. 



Transcript of judgment in favor of plaintift for $10 Without trial ; no defense, 
(making total with previous judgment, $112.53) cer- 
tified to Comptroller ^ 

Transcript of judgment for $35.24 in favor of plaintiff i do do 

certifi^ to Comptroller | 

Transcript of judgment in favor of plaintiff lor $3,706.06 Without trial ; upon offer, 
certified to Comptroller 



Order granting writ of mandamus certified to Comp- 
troller 

Transcript of judgment in favor of plaintiff for $625 
certified to Comptroller 



Transcript of judgment in favor of plaintiff for $141.95 
certified to Comptroller 

Transcript of judgment in favor of plaintiff for $233.50 
certified to Comptroller 



Argued before Beach, J. 
Without trial ; upon offer. 



8 (Transcript of judgment in favor of plaintiff for $69.63 



certified to Comptroller 



do 
do 

do 



do 

do 

do 



8 Order entered directing payment of award of $131,331 Upon motion ; no opposition, 
I to petitioner. 



do 



do 



8 Order entered directing payment of award of $130.22 
I to petitioner 

9 Transcript ofjudgment in favor ofplaintiff for $33, 158 33 Without trial ; no defense, 
certified to Comptroller 



Transcript ofjudgment in favor ofplaintiff for $11,140.37 
certified to Comptroller 



Transcript ofjudgment in favor of plaintiff for$4,364 73 
certified to Comptroller 



9 'Defendant paid i$z 1,500 in settlement and action dis- 
! contmued 



9 
9 



Transcript ofjudgment in favor of plaintiff for $104.61 
certified to Comptroller 

Transcript of judgment in favor of plaintiff for $359 
certified to Comptroller 



Transcripts of judgment in favor of plaintiff for $96p.74 

and $114 certified to Comptroller 

10 Transcript ofjudgment certified at $47.15 

do do 1,479.76... 



10 





10 


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10 


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10 


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10 


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10 


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189.40 


do 


163.64 


do 


71.81 


do 


X67.43 


do 


161.95 



do 



do 



do 



do 



By consent. 

Without trial ; no defense. 
Without trial ; upon offer. 

Argued at the Appellate Division 



Without trial; 


no defense. 


do 


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Gaetano Manganora 

John O. Collins 

James H. Smyth 

Owen McCoory 

The People ex rel. Thornton 
Floyd Turner vs. Wm. 
Plimley, Commissioner of 
Jurors 

Charles Strobel 



Charles H. Heck. 



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Cause of Action. 



For rebate oi excise license fee 

do do 

do do 

do ^° . 

Mandamus to compel strikingof name of relator 

from list of jurors, 1895-1896 



Koehler & 

do • • «^ • 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

uO •••••••••• 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

Edward Strasser 

do 

Henry Cohen. 

Lewis Steinhardt 

Norbert Heinscheimer 

George Mueller and another, 

Mark G. Holstein 

Morns Steinhardt 

Daniel Strasser 

Benjamin F. Kraft 

Frederick M. Czaki 

John A. Hardiman 

Lewis M. Scheuer 

Anthony J. Dittmar 

James Sharley 

David J. Steinhardt 

The People ex rel. George 
Sparks vs. Edward C. 
O'Brien et al.. Dock Com- 
missioners 

The People ex rel. Isaac C. 
Tyson vs. Ashbel P. Fitch, 
Comptroller 

Alice Gross 



Damages for personal injuries received at No. 6 
Second ave., Feb , 1893. • • • • ; 

Damages for personal injuries received at 
Brook ave. and John St., Mar., 1893 

For rebate of excise license fee 



Henry E. Howland . 



William J. O'Sullivan. 



Joseph Vopelak 

Bertha Jansen, as adm*x. 

Hattie Loeffler 

Herman Weissker 

Anton Kunz 

Joseph Krejci 



do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
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do 
do 



do 

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do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 



Maqdamus to compel reinstatement of relator 
as Carpenter, Dock Department 



Mandamus to compel payment of salary 
Roundsman, Aug. to Dec, 1896 



as 



Forrent of premises northeast cor. 2d st.and 1st 

ave., used by Fourth District Court, for May 

June, July, Aug. and Sept., 1896, and interest 

To recover purchase money tor lots at 1 391 h st. , 

near Amsterdam ave., as site of College of 

City of New York 

Balance claimed for professional services. The 

People vs. Mary A. A. Fleming 

For rebate of excise license fee 

do do 

do do 

do do 

do do 

do do 



Claim. 



I77 


33 


36 


10 


177 


10 


143 


04 


10,000 


00 


15,000 


00 


z6i 


64 


1.77 


40 


96 


99 


69 


59 


36 


99 


27 


81 


95 


34 


40 


55 


24 


38 


52 


05 


152 


06 


73 


97 


79 


45 


140 


41 


56 


44 


103 


97 


35 


89 


44 


38 


154 


11 


308 


32 


110 


68 


43 


84 


76 


17 


76 


17 


79 


45 


147 


26 


75 07 


95 


34 


82 


74 


171 


92 


169 


18 


156 


16 


44 


38 


30 


69 


157 


55 


153 


44 


159 


73 


59 


72 


59 


73 


148 


68 


1.47 


28 


87 


68 


86 


56 


60 


as 


59 


73 


41 


68 


12 


50 


88 


78 



528 80 

1,666 66 

30,150 00 

6,500 CO 

167 04 

74 97 
172 75 
9» 50 
68 49 
20 27 



211 



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1897. 
Feb. 10 



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Remarks. 



Transcript of judgment certified at l95*37 Without trial; no defense. 

do do 54Ǥ4 do do 

do do i95>5X do 

do do 161.95 do 

Judgment on remittitur entered in favor of respondents Argued at the Court of Appeals, 
and for $ 1 30.45 costs, costs paid 



do 
do 
do 



of 



plaintiff for 
of plaintiff for 



IX 



II 



II 



13 



15 



15 

15 

15 
^5 



Transcript of judgment in favor 

$2,278.84 certified to Comptroller 
Transcript of judgment in favor 

$1,330.78 certified to Comptroller. 
Order entered granting motion to consolidate actions. 'Upon motion 



Argued at the Appellate Division, 
do do 



do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
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QO 

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Transcript of judgment certified at 



do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
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do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
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do 
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do 
do 
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do 
do 
do 
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do 
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do 
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$33-79 

62.49 

'75.64 

'71.53 

177'^' • 

7784 

77.84 

166.74 ' 

165.37 

105. 78 

104.69 

78.93 ■ 

77-84 

S9'75 

25.48 

106.88 



Without trial 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



Order served denying motion for writ of mandamus.. Argued before Andrews, J. 



before Truax, 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

; no defense 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

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do 

do 

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do 

do 

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do 



do 



Order served to substitute P. Gomprecht Sons, etc. , as 
defendants, instead of The Mayor, etc 

Transcript of judgment in favor of plaintiff for 
$30,175.50 certified to Comptroller 

Transcript of judgment in favor of plaintiff for $5,occ 

certified to Comptroller 

Transcript of judgment certified at $189.46 

do do 95-49 

do do X12.48 

do do 109.19 

do do 86.73 

do do 38.50 



do 



do 



Upon motion, before Truax, J. 



Without trial ; upon offer. 



do 



do 



Without trial ; no defense, 
do do 

do do 

do do 

do do 

do do 



212 



Schedule 3 — 




Rbgis- 

TBR 

Folio. 



S« 384 

S» 403 

51 405 

SI 378 

S» 385 

Sx 377 

5x 380 

31 357 

51 379 

SI 358 

5x 378 

51 410 

SI 3S9 

SI 377 

SI 356 

s« 356 

50 X94 

Sa 362 

53 IS 

S3 16 

59 x6o 



48 307 



50 75 

51 9a 



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51 


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51 


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51 


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51 
51 

51 


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26 




51 


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47 --^8 



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51 47 

38 562 

48 476 

52 421 

53 37 

59 

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356 

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Supreme 
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«4 



FlaviusJ. Allen 

^rnon A. Hirshbaum 

Charles Pfeiffer 

Prank Harazin 

Ernest A. Hippler 

Wenzel Hotnaaai, ......... 

George Dege 

Henry Herrmann 

Fritz Schneider. 

Max Koehler 

John Uagan 

Frederick W, Meyer 

Fritz Kohn 

Aliqe Mullen , 

Charles W. Bettin .' 

Frank Pistore. 

In the matter of 139th and 
X3oth sts. school site 

In the matter ot the petition 
of Charlotte B. Arnold .... 

Peter O. Halsey 

William Halsey... 



The People ex rel. William 
Taylor, administrator, vs 
Ashbel P. Fitch, Comp- 
troller 

Sol. Goidenkranz 



Cause of Action. 



For rebate oi excise license fee. 



W. Wheeler Smith. 



Elmile Heidenreich and an- 
other 

C. G. Flasch and another 

Dominick Lorenzo 

F. C. Bauman 

Edward Ferrero 

do 

Ernest C. Dorval 

Jacob Smith 

Frederick Lezpona 

Dennis Donovan 

[n the matter of the applica- 
tion of The Mayor, etc., to 
acquire title to 443 feet and 
6 inches of bulkhead, East 
river, between Pike and 
Rutgers sts 

In the matter of the applica- 
tion of The Mayor, etc., to 
acquire title to wharf prop- 
erty on the North river, 
between 34th and 35th sts. . 

In the matter of the applica- 
tion of Ihe Mayor, etc., to 
acquire title to wharf prop- 
erty on the North river, 
between 41st and 42d sts.. 

Margaretha Miller 



do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



To acquire title to premises for a school site. . . 

For award made to unknown owners, opening 
Bungay St., I354.88 and $503.40 

For recovery of award, premises taken for East 
Broadway, Scammel, Gouvemeur and Henry 
sts. school site 

For recovery of award, premises taken for East 
Broadway, Scammel, Gouvemeur and Henry 
sts. school site 

Mandamus to compel refund of assesf ment for 
19th ave. opening, 59th to X53d st 



To recover compensation for night medical 
attendance, Twelfth Police Precinct in the 
year 1893. 

To declare void assessment for 1st ave. regula- 
ting and grading, o2d to 109th st., etc 

For rebate of excise license fee 



do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



. . . jjohn McGuire 

. . . I Jacob H. Neuberger. 



..The People ex rel. Clarence 
C. Livingston vs. Ashbel P. 

Fitch, Comptroller 

Clara Butler 



To acquire title to premises for dock purposes 
on East river 



To acquire title to premises for dock purposes 
on North river 



To acquire title to premises for dock purposes 
on North river 



For rebate of excise license fee . 



. I Ambrose K. Ely 



it 



.. .' Jacob Ruppert 

. . . Bernbeimer & Schmid 

... F. & M. Schaefer Brewing Co. 
. . . Conrad Stein 



For balance done under contract for regulating, 
etc.. 65th St., from ist ave. to Avenue A ! 

To foreclo-e hen lor plumbing, etc., to New York 
Building Co. in making alterations to annex. 
Primary School No. 35, on sist sr., bet. ist 
and 2d aves 

To coinpel payment of award in the matter ot 
opening 84th st 

Rent of Butler Hall, Main st., West Chester 

Village, used by Fire Department 

To recover amouut paid for assessment for regu- 
lating, etc., ist ave., from 92d to 109th st 

For rebate of excise license fee 

do do 

do do 

do do 



Claim, 



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857 38 

10.877 30 
10,877 30 

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90 00 

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179 89 



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51 


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71 


75 


95 


73 


173 


98 


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69 


47 


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40 


55 


00 


60 


00 


9,609 


92 


940 

2,011 

508 

431 


28 
80 
21 

36 



21.3 



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Remarks. 



Transcript of judgment certified at 



do 
do 

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do 
do 
do 
do 
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i93-i5- 
aoo.43. 
184.67 . 
i6a.07. 

85-46. 
70.28. 
67.00. 
48.91. 
5*.75- 

56.59- 

63.71. 

64.08. 

64.66. 

89.74. 
120.15. 
168.28. 



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Certified copies report and order confirming award, 
$6,337.71, sent to the Comptroller 

Order entered directing payment of award to peti- 
tioner 

Transcript of judgment in favor of plaintiff for 
1^x1,159.20 certified to Comptroller 



Transcript of judgment in favor of plaintiff for 
$ I X, 1 59.20 certified to Comptroller 

Certified order granting writ and sent same to Comp- 
troller 



Transcript of judgment m favor of plaintiff for $21060 
certified to Comptroller 



Upon offer ; no defense. 



do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
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do 
do 
do 
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Hearing held before Commissioners. 
Hearing held before referee. 
Without trial ; no defense. 



do 



do 



Transcript of judgment in favor of plaintiff for 

$(,136.41 certified to Comptroller 

Transcript of judgment certified at $2o?.63 



do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



do 
do 
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41.83. 

62.59. 

65.76. 

92-59 • 
X 16.99. 

93-93- 
26. 13. 

84.12. 

182 62. 



Order entered discontinuing proceedings without costs 



Argued before Smyth, J. 



Without trial ; no defense. 



do 


do 


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do 


do 


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do 


do 


do 


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do 


do 


do 


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do 


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do 


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consent. 





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do 



do 



Transcript of judgment in favor of plaintiff for I90.26 
certified to Comptroller 

Transcript of judgment in favor of plaintiff for $436.50 
certified to Comptroller 

Judgment entered directing a distribution of the fund. 



18 Order directing payment of award certified to Comp- 
I troller 



Transcript of judgment in tavor of plaintiff for $60 

certified to Comptroller 

Transcript ofjudgmenc in favorof plaintiff for $10,275.70 

certified to Comptroller 

Transcript of judgment certified at $957.75 

do do 2,050.82 

do do 515.87 

do do 438.17 



do 



do 

# 

Without trial ; no defense. 

Tried before Gildersleeve, J., and jury. 

City not interested. 

No opposition interposed. 

Without trial ; upon offer. 

do do 

Without trial ; no defense, 
do do 

do do 

do do 



214 



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53 


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J. C. G. Hupfel Brtwing Co. . 
H.B.& 



Scbannan & Sons 

Michael J. Carley 

Edward La Montague et al . . 
WilUam Allaire and another. 
V. FioriBonano 

ohn M. Broirn 

amei Rowan 

ohnMordodc 

ohn McLaughlin.. 

mas D. Greer 

Frank G. Wellbrand 

William F.Lloyd 

Henrietta Fisk. ..... • ..•••• 



45 i«3 

53 >o 

53 90 

53 89 

53. W 

48 437 

45 504 

5a 199 

55 X02 

47 401 

36 433 



5X 387 

5x 340 

5x 368 

51 23a 

5X 334 

51 a88 

5X a68 

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5« 340 

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51 a6o 

5x 438 

5« 387 

SI 357 

50 191 

5x 4«« 

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CAtTSB OP Action. 



In the matter oi the agpUca- 
tion of the Board oi Educa- 
tion, etc 

The People ez rel.AverrD. 
Andrews ts. Ashbel P. 
Fitch, Compttoller 

Thomas Mccieary ts. John 
CLeary 

The People ez ret John J. 
Dempsey TS. Charies H.T. 
Collis.... 

The Peofje ex rel. Bureau ol 
Press cuppings vs. George 
J. Gould et al 

Ine People ex rel. Wm. 
Haras TS. Chas. H. T. 
OcdUs, Coaimissi(mer ei 
l^sbhc Woriu 

Graeme M. Hammond. ... , 



For rebate of excise license fee 

do de 

do do 

do do 

do do 

do do 

do do 

do do 

do do 

do do 

do do 

do do 

do do 

For salarv as Superintendent, Primary Depart 
ment. Public School No. 71, Nov., 1890, 90 

days and interest 

To acquire title to premises bounded bv i39tb 
and 130th sts., Boulevard and Amsterdam av., 

zath Ward, for school purposes 

Mandamus to compel paymont of amount of 
transfin: passed by the resolution of Board oi 

Estimate, Mar., 1896 

Damages for ali'ged assault and battery 



Claim. 



Allen McLsne HAnukon. . . . 
AUced Fitch 



In the Matter of the Applica- 
tion of the Board of Educa- 



tion, etc 

Otto Goldschmidt. 



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Henry Fischer 

John Foley, as executor, etc. 



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Israel Stone... 
John O. Baker. 



For writ of certiorari to review proceedings 
dismissing rdator from position as Messenger 
m jQepartment of Public Works 

Mandamus to compel respondents to audit and 
pass Ull for press dippings 



Mandamus to compel removal of newmtand, 
zo6th St. and Third Avenue Elevated Rail- 
road stain 



For services as medical expert in case oi Maria 
Baibieri 

For sei vices as medical expert in case of Maria 
Barbieri 

For services as medical expert in case of Maria 
Barbieri 



• • • • 

• • • • 



• e • • 

e ■ • • 



WilUam N.Heins 

Sebastian Weiss . . ^ , 

Benjamin Neisz 

Aona O'Connor 

Henry Lussen 

Julius Faulhaber 

Alice Bogert 

Theodor Schmidt 

Emil Whitney 

Stephen A. Murphy 

JohnPurcell 

Julius Jungemann 

Bernard Roth 

acob Faude 

oseph Boh 

n the matter of the Board of 

Education 

George Muller 

Herman Wiebke 

OttoRohde 

Robert Bruckman 

William Gunther 

Philip Lederhos 



To acquire title to premises in Greenwich ave. 
for school purposes 

To recover damages to property on northeast 
side of z84th St., due to building retaining 
wall 

For value of 65 men's suits delivered at Belle- 
vue Hospital in April and May, 1896, and 
interest 

For specific pcrioimance of Contract C, City ot 
New York, to purchase certain premises in 
138th St., for College of City of New York 
Buildings 

Damagesfor personal injuries at i i6th st., nearj 
Madtson ave 1 

To vacate assessment for Boulevard servers,! 
bet. 98th St. and 9th ave, and to recover, 
amount paid a id interest 

For rebate of excise license fee 



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do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 
To acquire title to 
school purposes . . 
For rebate of excise license fee 

do do 

do do 

do do 

do do 

do do 



do 
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do 
do 
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do 
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do 
do 
do 
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do 
premises 



in Mott St. fori 



U3 *9 

4^7* 14 

639 03 

98 88 

90 CO 

46s ao 
304 66 
977 67 
90999 
8x 09 
66 85 

43 74 
z9 x8 

198 37 



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6«9 78 



z,8oo 00 
1,500 00 
3,950 00 



3,000 CO 
260 CO 

59,8co 00 

100 00 
623 66 



80 55 
163 01 

67 95 
64 66 

40 55 

14 80 

Z4 80 

7 10 



48 
48 

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74 
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70 55 

83 00 

15a 75 
153 45 
177 75 
X77 75 



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Remarks. 



Transcript of judgment certified at $23.66 Without tiial ; no defense. 



do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
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4,612.99. 
646.82. 

115.30. 
XX0.77. 
482.99. 

32*45 
321.90. 

227.79. 
98.89. 
8464. 
60.53. 
37.60. 



Transcript of judgment in favor of plaintiff for $97.22 
ceriified to Comptroller 



do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



Without trial ; upon offer. 



19 Order entered confirming report of Commissioners ofj Hearings held before Commissioners. 
Estimate 



18 



I 
Order entered on remittitur in favor of the City 1 Argued at the Court of Appeals. 



" 18 Judgment entered in favor of the defendant dismissing Plaintiff defaulted on the trial. 

i the complaint with |68.zo costs 

*' 19 Order entered quashing writ of certiorari Upon motion, before Beekman, J. 



" 23 Order entered dismissing writ of mandamus Tried before Barker, J., and jury. 

I 
" 24 Order of discontinuance entered without costs By consent. 



24 Transcript of judgment in favor of plaintiff for $i,8oc Without trial ; upon offer. 
certified to Comptroller. 



24 Transcript of judgment in favor of plaintiff for $1,500 

certified to Comptroller 

24 Transcript of judgment in favor of plaintiff for $3,950 
' certified to Comptroller 

20 Older entered confirn'ing report of Commissio::ers. . . 



25 Transcripts of judgment in favor of plaintiff for 
$1,008.73 and $96.68 certified to ComptroUor 



do 
do 



do 
do 



25 Transcript of judgment in favor of plaintiff for 
I $358.95 certified to Comptroller 



25 Transcript of judgment in favor of plaintiff for 
$59,825.50 certified to Comptroller 



25 Order entered discontinu'ng action, without costs 

i 
27 Transcript of judgment in favor of plaintiff for $386.05 
certified to Comptroller 



Hearing held before the Commissioners. 
Argued at the Appellate Division. 
Tried before Freedman, J., and jury. 
Without trial ; no defense. 

By consent. 

Without trial ; upon offer. 



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Certified copies report of Commissioners and order 

confirming award to Comptroller. 

Transcript of judgment certified at $87.91 

do do 99'36 

do do X70. IX 

do do X70.81 

do do Z95>ci 

do do 195x1 



$07.97. 
183.51. 

87.05. 

84.04. 

59- 30- 

3^25- 

33.25- 

25.35. 
23.78. 

23.73. 
22.09. 
22.09. 
20.99 ' 
20.99 ■ 
19.90. 



Without trial ; 


no defense. 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


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Hearing held before the Commissioners, etc. 


Without trial ; 


no defense. 


do 


do 


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do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


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Schedule 3— 



Rbgis- 

TBR 

Folio. 

51 420 
S» 423 

53 a6 
53 89 

48 103 

52 375 

49 470 

53 48 
Sa 253 



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386 
350 
353 
308 
879 

314 

853 

321 

315 
359 
33X 
326 
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393 
392 
242 
262 
220 
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52 383 

52 384 

53 '46 
50 386 
46 434 
46 S« 
43 463 

50 464 
46 154 

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52 376 
52 377 

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51 489 
51 490 

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Title. 



Cause of Action. 



Charles Flelenius i For rebate of excise license fee . 



do 



do 



Frederick Hollender and 

another 

WilUam Wallace For award in the matter of Sheriff and Broome 

sts. school site 

Calvin Tompkins For stone delivered to the Village of Wakefield. 



Thomas Hagan 

Jacob Herman 

Gertrude Kiernan, an infant. 

William £. Lutjens 

Rosie Schneider, an infant . . 



Mary Broderick 

C. M. Roof and another 

William C. Mackay 

Michael J. Curran 

Edward Freund 

Luke Trainor 

John W. Arfman 

John H. Gerdes and another. 

Rudolph Jacobs 

John Bossung 

John Korel 

Iheo. Krieger ..*• 

William E. Hawley. 

Edwin J. Caulfield 

Henry F. Schilling 

Robert S. Mastuhn 

Henry A. Dunkak . .' 

Julia K. Simon 

TonjesH.Lohsen. 

G. J. Markewitz 

Frederick A. Conkling 

Mary E.Belknap 

William Wolf 

Michael McDonnell and ano . 

William Nagle 

In the matter of the petition 
of Herman t ledderman. . . . 

In the matter of the petition 
of James Curran 

In the matter of the petition 
ofBernhard Schweizer. ... 

In the matter of the applica- 
tion of Sigmund Weilzen- 
blum 

Patrick McNulty 



Samuel Levene . 



George S.Stebbins. 



Michael J. Stor en. 



Dennis W. Moran. . , 
Byron V. Tompkins. 



I • • • 
• • • 



John Thompson... 
rheo.Kofstatter... 
Paul T. Kammerer. 



August Spinner.... 
Antonio Orlando.. . 
Pasquale Lavaglio. 
Jeremiah Butler.., 

Rosa FeuUa 

David Hawkins. . . . 



To foreclose mechanic's lien, annex to Primary 
School No. 35 , 

For award in matter of East Broadway, Henry 
and Gouverneur sts. school site 

Damap^es for personal injuries received by fall- 
ing into excavation in Fleetwood ave 

For services as Janitor of Signal Corps, First 
Brigade, 34th st. and Park ave 

Damages for personal injuries received by be- 
ing run over by wagon of Street Cleaning 
Department 

For rebate of excise license fee 



do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 



For payment of award in the matter of opening 

Clinton ave 

For payment of award in the matter of opening 

East 165th St 

For payment of award in the matter of opening 

Brook ave 

For coirection and cancellation of personal Tax 

Assessment, 1896 

To recover difference in salaries of certain 
drivers and sweepers, Street Cleaning De- 
partment on assigned claims 

Damages for personal injuries by having been 
knocked down and run over by horse and 
cart of Street Cleaning Department 

For balance of salary as Inspector of work, 
regulating and grading i42d, 14 3d and X44th 
sts., bet. loth and Convent aves 

For balance of salary as Inspector of Masonry, 
New Aqueduct, July, 1890, to Jan., 1891, and 
as Superintendent of Dam Construction, Jan., 
1891, to April, 1892 

To foreclose mechanic's lien for stone furnished, 
r^ulating, etc., Wales ave 

For services as Medicnl Expert rendered in the 
case of The People vs. Carlyle W. Harris in 
April, 1893 

For payment ot an award in the matter of 52d 
and 53d sts. school site 1 

For award in the matter of Rivington, Forsyth 
and Eldridge sts. school site 

For award in the matter of 19th and 20th sts. 
school site ; 

For rebate of excise license fee 

do do 

do do ! 

do do I 

do do ] 

do do 



Claim. 



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488 


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177 

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95 
75 


158 
56 


90 
90 


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108 


14 

50 


95 35 
89 65 
88 38 

8z 10 


64 


60 
66 


59 
48 
35 


73 
22 

68 


27 
25 


40 

76 


25 


3X 


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zo 96 

I 65 




55 


75 
739 


01 
80 


1,200 


00 


928 


55 



500 00 
5,oco 00 

478 00 
3,178 00 

5.T36 19 
75 CO 

1,800 00 
21,000 00 
16,500 00 

43 2Q 
4T 64 

38 90 

37 26 
34 52 
32 88 



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Transcript of judgment certified at I399.66 

do do 443*31 

Transcript of judgment in favor of plaintiff for 
1x3,496. 19 certified to Comptroller. .^ 

Transcript of judgment in favor of plaintiff for 1x05.62 
certified to Comptroller 

Order of discontinuance without costs entered 

do do 

Transcripts of judgment in favor of plaintiff for 
$2,133.85 and $96.44 certified to Comptroller 

Transcript of judgment in favor of plaintiff for 1488 
certified to Comptroller 

Entered judgment in favor of the City, dismissing 
complaint 

Transcript of judgment certified at $168.80 

do do 197.-79 

do do 189.70 

do do 185.07 

do do 179-58 

do do 177.86 

do do 139.95 

do do X28.46 

do do X15.13 

do do 109.33 

do do 108.66 

do do 100.55 

do do 88.73 

do do 84.04 

do do 79'07 

do do 67.23 

do do 54.41 

do do 48.^5 

do do 44.45 

do do 43.73 

do do 33<i3 

do do 39.23 

do do '9*9^ 

do do x8.8o 

do do 94-1' 

Order for payment of award certified to Comptroller. 

do do 

do do 

Order entered denying motion for relief sought 

Transcript of judgment in favor of plaintiff for |xoo. 87 
certified to Comptroller 

Judgment entered in favor of the City on the verdict. 

Judgment entered in favor of the City dismissing com- 
plaint 

Judgment entered dismissing complaint with IX07.60 
costs to the City 

Supplemental decree in favor of plaintiff for I48X.35 
certified to Comptroller 

Transcript of judgment in favor of plaintiff for I343.05 
certified to Comptroller , 

Transcript of judgment in favor of plaintiff for |z,88x.4o 
certified to Comptroller 

Transcript of judgment in favor of plaintiff for |3x,6a6 
certified to Comptroller 

Transcript of j udgment in favor of plaintiff for 1x7,009.87 
certified to Comptroller 

Transcript of judgment certified at $6x489 

do do 59.73 

do do 57*51 

do do 55*86 

do do 53. g» 

do do 51*39 



Remarks. 



Without trial ; no defense, 
do do 

do do 

do do 

By consent. 

do 

Argued at Appellate Division. 
Without trial ; upon offer. 
Complaint dismissed by default. 



Without trial ; 


no defense. 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


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do 


do 


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do 


do 


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do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Upon motion ; 


no opposition. 



do 



do 



do do 

Motion argued before Beekman, J. 

Without trial ; upon offer. 

Tried before Gildersleeve, J., and jury. 

Complaint dismissed by default. 



do 



do 



Tried before Beach, J. 

Tried before Freedman, J., and jury. 



Without trial ; 


no defense 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


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C..S. .. Acnox, 


Claim. 




Supreme.... 




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«33.j ■■ -.. 


To fSCOTW.U auigucE, for Mr^jc.s (>f Edvrjrd 
R. HdUcd. 11 iDipcclor or Elccijuni, cUcudd 




S, J63 




Bro«GajBF,dEleclricCo.. 




SO 64 1 


1 r™..r for elKIric liehlui, furnl.bed Toi»n 


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To recover tgi light KUui^d Toon il w\«. 


50 .30 ■■ .... 


To rKover torelKtric ligbtioEfaniuhed Town 


49 ^ii, ! 


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4.936 IS 


46 3. j ■■ .... 




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169 as 

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To foreclose mechamc^lien under conlricl 10 
lay pipe from Shaft No. 35.N.W Aqueduct to 




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51 487 

51 487 

51 488 

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51 489 

49 382 

51 410 

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270 


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William A. Brown 

John F. Ferrall 

Charles Freeman 

Morris Heller 

Alfred J. Norman 

Carl Hex^og 

John Reinhard 

Vincenzo Celia 

Frank J. Steinbugler 

New York and Westchester 

Water Co 

John Doscher 

Elizabeth Sturm 

lames Neustadt 

Abraham Werne 

Henry Batjer 

Meyer Stern 

Samuel Kugelman 

Julius Kaufman 

Floyd H. Crane 

fames D. Smith et al 

George H. Tiemeycr 

Herman Rixman 

George Ringler & Co , 

Richard Von Hofe 

Michael F. Kairlt 

Thomas Hannon 

Charles Franklin 

John McLoiighlin 

William Kelly 

John P. Brown 

Henry Jackson 

Edward Dwyer 

Edwin A. Hayward 

George Ringler & Co 

Wi'liam Seward 



Cause of Action. 



For rebate of excise license fee 

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do do 

do do 

do do 

do do 

do do 

do do 

do do 

For water furnished the Towns of Westchester 

and Williamsbridge 

For rebate of excise license fee 



' • • m 
> • • • 



Charles S. Fischer. 



Andrew C. Jung. 
Isidor Gorcbn.., 



Henry S. Baron 

Joseph Stern 

Samuel M. L. Sternfels. . . 

Michael ^tern 

David J . Seiflfer 

Adolph Lucker 

George H. Westervelt. . . 

Henry F. Schnitker 

Charles G. Tiemann 

August Eitzen 

Frank W;Bruns 

Charles Vagts 

Henry Meeker 

Charles Danker 

William H.Schumacher. 
Wilhelm Wehrmann . . . . 

William Davis 

Robert S. Newton 



do 
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For services Engineer and Laborers, Ninth 
Regiment Armory, assigned to plaintiff. 

For services as Medical Expert in case of The 
People, etc., vs. Mary A. A. Fleming 

For rebate of excise license fee 



James Shanley. 



5x 


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The Mayor vs. The Manhat- 
tan Railway Co 

Frank D. Arthur 



Carrie G.Pratt. 



Annie Aaron. 



Edward Propper 

Moritz Weiss 

William Feldhausen 

Tilly Haynes 

The Elxcelsior Brewing Co. 

Albert A. Fennevessy 

Eva M. Cobe 



do 
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For professional services as expert witness in 

the case of The People vs. Maria Barbieri. . 
For rebate of excise license fee 



To restrain building of third track on Ninth 

Avenue line, from X5th st. north 

For salary as Clerk to Board of Commissioners 
of Estimate in the matter of acquiring title to 
Court-house site for Appellate Division 

Court-house 

For salary as Stenographer to Board of Com 
missioners of Estimate in the matter of ac 
quiring title to Court-house site for Appellate 

Divi ion Court-house 

For award in the matter of East Broadway, 
Henry, _ Gouverneur and Scammel streets 

school site 

For rebate of excise license fee 

do do 

do do 

do do 

do do 

do do 

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Claim. 



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75 07 
72 88 

68 49 
66 30 
65 20 
60 83 

57 54 

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do do 85.17 

do do 84*07 

do do 79-57 

do do 7^.33 

do do 70.33 

Transcript of judgment in favor of plaintiff for $13,446 

certified to Comptroller 

Transcript ot judgment certified at I389.3Z 



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289.58 

181.65 

165.08 , 

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125.4X 

1X3-77 

"3-73 

'27-93 

60.00 , 

41-37 

33-70 

9,049.26 , 

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165.87 , 

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123.69 

X16.10 

93-o6 

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58.44 

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'Transcript of judgment in favor of plaintiff for $486 
cerufied to Comptroller 

Transcript of judgment in favor of plaintiff for $1,900 
certified to Comptroller ... 

Transcript of judgment certified at $119.09 



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77.91. 
70.74 . 
62.87. 

57-78- 

53-7»' 

43-97- 

111.28. 

122.03. 
200.12. 
109.07. 
196.81. 
164.38. 
120.91. 
200.44. 
109.48. 
83.70. 

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?4-76. 



I Transcript of judgment in favor of plaintiff for $4,460 

' certified to Comptroller 

I Transcript of judgment in favor of plaintiff for $31.75 

I certified to Comptroller 

Order eniered discontinuing action without costs 



7 Transcript of judgment in favor of plaintiff for $62.62 
' certified :o Comptroller 



17 Transcript of judgment in favor of plaintiff for $3x1.37 
' certified to Comptroller 



17 Transcript of judgment in favor of plaintiff for 
$10,324.74 certified 10 Comptroller 



18 Transcript of judgment certified at $91.19. 

18 I do do 165 99. 

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I do do 106.73. 

do do 184.30. 

I do do X01.07. 

I do do 106.39. 



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upon offer. 



Without trial ; no defense. 

By consent. 

Without trial ; upon offer. 



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49 


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51 


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223 


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225 


51 


229 


51 


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170 


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SI 


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49 307 

49 308 

49 3" 

49 379 

50 241 

53 167 

49 306 

53 152 

53 183 

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47 179 

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Sidney K. Simon ... * 

Frank G. Whitney 

Frank Gordella 

Samuel .Nason 

Thos. J. Martin, Jr 

John Goodwin 

Harry Alexander 

Frank S. Bordeaux 

George Gorton. 

Jacob Freeman 

Hugo Alexander. 

Frank Whitoker 

E.Koehler& Co 

Michael F. Sheehan 

William £; Hawley 

Jnhn^. Amsler 

Maurice Cobe 

William J. Matthews 

James Efughes 

William H.Coyle 

Frank Northrup 

Patrick J. Kelly 

CharlesVagts and PetsrVagts 

John D. H elmke 

WilUam H. Muller . . : 

Frederick Dannemann 

Louis Steinhardt and others . 

William S. Long 

Patrick McGarry 

Edward J. Dwyer 

Henry C. Harding 

William S. Long 

John T. Long 

Arnold Heinrich 

Ernst Steiner 

William 8ruening 

iohnT. Long 
fary Komig 

James Ennis 

D. Scharmughaus, as executor 

Luigi Marrone 

Louis Pierano 

Jaques Atruz 

Francis Francfort 

Emile Flamraard 



Cause of Action. 



For rebate of excise license fee. 



do 
do 
do 
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Claim. 



A. L. Smith and another, ac- 
tion No. I 

A. L. Smith and another, ac- 
tion No. 2 

A. L. Smith and another, ac- 
tion No. 3 

The People ex rel. John A. 
Gregory 



at 



Neil Gelding Damages by reason of bursting water-main and 

floodingof sewer trench excavated by plain- 

tiflE in 56th St. at 12th ave , 

To foreclose lien. Grammar School No. 3 

No. 484 Hudson st 

To foreclose lien, Grammar School No. 82, 

between 70th st. and 1st ave 

To foreclose lien, Grammar School No. 33 at 

N0.416 West 28th st 

Mandamus directing approval of the sureties 
on proposal of relator for laying water-mains 

in 2d ave., Jerome ave., etc 

In the matter of Julius Bien I Mandamus to compel return of unsatisfied war 
& Co. vs. Fiancis Merges, j rant issued by Receiver of Taxes directing 

City Marshal, etc | him to levy on pr-^perty of petitioner 

George F. Flack For salary as Stenographer, Court of General 

! Se>sions, City and County of New York. . . . 
A. L. Smith and Lawrence To foreclose lien to Grammar School No. 3, at 



Ryan 

William Geoghan, 



David Wilson. 



People ex rel. Christopher 
Farreli vs.The Civil Service 
Board of the City of New 
York 

Gertrude R. Waldo 



William Hayes and ano. 
Henry Murphy 



No. 484 Hudson st 

For services as Physician examining as to the 
mental condition of John Madden, Frank 
Matthews, Joseph Gallo and Stephen A 
Dutton 

Assigned claim of Paul Jaegle, as laborer in 
Armory, 2d Battery, National Guard, from 
July I, 1896, to Dec. 31, 1896 

Mandamus to compel placing of name of relator 
on register of candidates eligible for appomt- 
ment as Examiner in Finance Department. . . 



To declare void assessment for regulating, etc 
xst ave. and to recover $198.90 

To declare void assessment for regulating, etc 
ist ave. and to recover $2,253 

For payment of award made for premises 
47th St., taken for a school site 



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29 


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33 


43 


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59 73 


69 


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155 


96 


180 


34 


164 


28 


148 


17 


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176 


73 


154 


13 


121 


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106 86 


99 74 


98 64 


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55 


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52 


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286 


29 


53 


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103 


69 


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368 00 



198 90 
2,253 00 
8,000 00 



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286 


53 


191 


45 


398 


44 


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48 469 

48 459 

53 2x6 

51 469 

5x 475 

51 455 

5« 457 

51 456 

51 458 

51 436 

SI 457 

51 437 

51 456 

5x 476 

51 516 

51 263 

5a 39S 

5« Uo 

51 385 

42 488 



47 341 

53 158 

53 »59 

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49 
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45 
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47 440 



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Title. 



John F. Erdman 

Iliomas Markey 

Guido Katzenmeyer 

Edward C. Sheehy 

Lawrence P. Farley 

James A.Brady 

In the matter of the Board of 
Education 

The People ex rel. Albert 
Hurdas vs. Sohmer 

George Ehret 

India Wharf Brewing Co. . . . 

David Mayer Brewing Co. . . 

Simon £. Bemheimer et ai. . . 

William Peter Brewing_Co. . 

The F. & M. Schaeler Brew- 
ing Co 

William Peter Brewing Co.. 

Jacob Ruppert 

Herman Weber 

Conrad Stein 

Daniel Brubacher 

Friedrich Jacob! 

Pincus Pinkeit 

John Wynne vs. Bernard 
Mahon et al 

ferome Finn * . 

lohn Neadles 

John J. McNamara. 

Peter Kelly 

William B. Noyes 

Pearce Bailey 

1 he Apartment Hotel Co.. 



Charles Bohling 

Ernest F. W. Bunge !.*.*. 

do 

John Bullwinkel 

do 

Malcom Brewing Co 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

People ex rel. Lickman vs. 
The Police Commissioners. 



Anna Heald. 



Arthur D. De Long et al. 



Jacob Backoff 

Anton Schlett 

George Colwell 

Claude BerthoUet 

F. & M. Schaefer Brewing Co 



Cause of Action. 



For services as Examiner in Lunacy exam- 
ining Thomas Dwyer, William Skillicone, 
Charles Wilson and Carrie Daize . . . .^ 

For payment of award for premises in 47th 
St., taken for school purposes 

For services as Examiner in Lunacy exam- 
ining Thomas Dwyer, William Skillicone, 
Charles Wilson and Carrie Daize 

To declare void assessment for regulating, etc., 

. zst ave. and to recover $3,179.50 

Damages for personal injuries in oeing thrown 
down from a wagon while driving in Broome 



St. 



Balance claimed as due on judgment obtained 

and withheld by the Comptroller 

To acquire title to premises on north side of 

93d St. for a school site 

To compel respondent to accept and record a 

certain lease... 

For rebate of excise license fee 

do do 

do do 

do do 

do do 

do do 

do do 

do do 

do do 

do do 

do do 

do do 

do ^ do 

For services as Inspector of Work relaying 

pavement over culvert, Amsterdam ave 

For rebate of excise license fee 

do do 

Balance of salary as Inspector of Masonry, 
New Aqueduct, from June 11, 1887, to Feb. 

14, 1890 

Damages for i>ersonal injuries caused by falling 
in hole on sidewalk on north side of ii6th st., 

bet. 8th and St. Nicholas aves 

For services as Examiner in Lunacy rendered 
in examining Thomas Sullivan and Henry 

Lyons 

For services as Examiner in Lunacy rendered 
in examining Thomas Sullivan and Henry 

Lyons 

To recover amount paid in excess for assess- 
ment on property for regulating, etc., Broad- 
way, from 32d to 59th st 

For rebate of excise license fee 



Claim. 



do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



Mandamus to compel Commissioners to receive 
relator's certificate of nomination as Member] 

of Assembly for 14th Assembly District 

Damages forpersonal injuries received at cross- 
ing ist ave. and 17th st., by falling on snow] 

and ice 

For award for premises taken for East Broad-, 
way, Scatnmel, Henry and Gouverneur sis.! 

school site I 

For rebate of excise license fee 1 

do do I 

do do ' 

do do 

do do I 



$200 


00 


8,250 


00 


200 


00 


3.179 59 


lO.OCO 


00 


1,550 


00 

• • 


15,250 41 


2.913 


30 


2.295 34 


I.I53 97 


641 98 


6co 


69 


541 


55 


502 


33 


354 


78 


343 


02 


lOI 


92 


85 


00 


27 90 


72 


00 


51 


II 


159 


58 


652 


50 


5,000 


00 


100 


CO 


100 


CO 


2,5CO 


00 


67 


28 


13 


12 


91 


90 





07 


75 


48 


164 


40 


18 


05 


143 


00 


78 76 


54 


17 


60 


17 


72 


75 


93 


75 


145 


21 


19 


69 


168 


51 


10,000 


00 


27,500 


do 



14 85 

142 44 

305 62 
169 44 

155 34 



227 



{Cmilimitd), 



Date. 



1897. 



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How Done. 



Tnmcript of jndgment certified at %ko.qc 

do do 8,513.88 

do do 300.00 

do do 3»75<-99 

do do 9,ooo.co 

do do 412.64 

Copy report and order confirming same sent to Comp- 
troller. Awards, $52,257 ; costs, $4,86^.62 

Order entered denying motion for writ of mandamus. 

Transcript of judgment certified at $15.337. 16 

do do 3,931.84 

do do 3,318.03 

do do 1,164,08 

d} do 647*15 

do do ^5*53 

do do 538.53 

do do 506.79 

do do 357- IX 

do do 345-84 

do do 102.94 

do do 107.60 

do do 47>49 

Order entered discontinuing action without costs 

Transcript of judgment certified at $71-81 

do do 187.86 

£ntered judgment on remittitur from Court of Appeals 
affirming judgment ol dismissal 

Transcript of judgment certified at $998.50 

do do zoo.oo 

do do 100.00 

do do 3,698.48 



Order entered consolidating actions with one bill of costs, 

do do 

do do 

do do 

do do 

do do 

do do 

do do 

do do 

do do 

do do 

do do 

do do 

do do 

do do 

do do 

Order entered denying motion for writ of mandamus. 



Entered judgment in favor of City on the verdict and 
for $233.10 costs 

Transcript of judgment certified at $38,351.19. ••• . . . . 

do do 32.58 

do do 160.67 

do do 336.12 

do do Z89.X3 

do do 256.36 



Remarks. 



Without trial ; upon offer. 



do 
do 



do 
do 



do do 

After argument at Court of Appeals. 

Without trial ; upon offer. 

Hearings held before Commissioners. 

Argued before Smyth, J. 

Upon offer ; no defense, 
do do 

do do 

do do 

do do 

do do 



do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


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do 


do 


By consent. 





Upon ofler ; no defense. 

do do 

Argued at Court of Appeals. 



Upon offer ; without trial. 



do 



do 



do 



do 



Appeal to Appellate Division withdrawn. 



Upon consent. 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 
Argued before Beekman, J. 



Tried before Dugro, J., and jury. 



Upon offer ; no defense. 



do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 



228 



Schedule 3— 



Regis- 
ter 
Folio. 



S4 66 

S* 514 

51 5x5 

51 S15 

51 5x4 

51 5" 

54 90 

54 84 

5X 3ao 

54 34 

5X 323 

5x 95 

54 65 

54 65 

54 64 

51 466 

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5x 505 

54 77 

50 336 

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Title. 



.Monroe Eckstein Brewing Co. 

John Grieshaber 

Annie Kellner 

Martin Nagle 

Brono Elnsner 

Rosie Brinckmann 

Peter M. Ohmeis 

Matthaus lost 

William Rippey 

John R . Berbling 

George W.Seimes. 

John Welz and ano 

India Wharf Brewing Co. . . . 

George Elhret. . < 

Beadie<ton & Woerz 

Henry Meyerdierks and ano. 

Celestin Baecher 

Morton B. Lawrence 

Phillip Bunn 

Henry Keidmuller 

Ekiward Graef 

William Ipiegel 

Geoige C.Groller 

Peter P. McLaughlin 

People ex rel. Albert A. J or* 
dan vs. 

Maria W. Dittmar 

do 

People ex rel. John A. Will- 
iams vs. Police Board 

Joseph Koch 

John Wynne vs. Bernard 

Mahon et al 

Charles W. Culkin 

George Groeling and ano. . . . 

Thomas Kieman 

Michael Dowling 

Michael McFarland and ano. 
Maria A.Munro 

Herman Heidelberg 

The Mayor vs. James 
Kearney et al., exrs 

The People ex rel. John J. 
O'Brien vs. The Board of 
Park Commissioners 

The People ex rel. William 
W. O'Connor vs. The Boara 
of Police Commissioners. . . 

The People ex rel. Patrick 
W. Dwyer vs. The Board 
of Police Commissioners. . . 

The People ex rel. Richard 
S. Meany vs. The Board of 
Police Commissioners. . . . 

The People ex rel. John J 
Sullivan vs The Board of 
Police Commissioners 

The People ex rel. Thomas 
Jefferson vs. The Board of 
Police Commissioners 

The People ex rel. Emil 
Kasschau vs. The Board of 
Police Commissioners 

The People ex rel. John J. 
Meagher vs. The Board of 
Police Commissioners 

Annie Foley 

Daniel Clancy 

Mary A. H. Hunt 

Philip Sheiansky 



Cause op Action. 



For rebate of excise license fe« 

do do 

do do 

do do 

do do 

do do 

do do 

do do 

do do 

do do 

do do 

do do 

do do 

do do 

do do 

do do 

do do 

do do 

do do 

do do 

do do 

do do 

To recover amount paid for a<:sessment, Morris 

ave., regulating and grading 

For services as Stenographer, Court of General 

Sessions, ist Oct. to ;3ist Dec, 1896 

Certiorari to review dismissal of relator from 

Police Force 

To foreclose mechanic's lien 

Summons only served 

Certiorari to review dbmissal of relator from 

Police Force 

Salary as Police Justice for quarter ending 

Oct. I, 1895 

For services as Inspector of Work relaying 
pavement over culvert in Amsterdam ave. . . . 

For rebate ot excise license fee 

do do 

do do 

do do 

do do 

To recover amount of award 52d and 53d sts. 

school site 

For value of clothing furnbhed Department of 

Charities for Bellevue Hospital 

For rent of Nos. 8, 10, 12 and 14 Chambers st., 

Feb., March and April, i8p6 

Mandamus to compel the reinstatement of the 
relator to the position of Teamster in the 

Department of Public Parks 

Certiorari to review the dismissal of relator 
from the Police force 

Certiorari to review the dismissal of relator 
from the Police force 

Certiorari to review the dismissal of relator 
from the Police force 

Certiorari to review the dismissal of relator 
from the Police force 

Certiorari to review proceedings dismissing 
relator from the Police force 

Certiorari to review the removal of relator 
from the Police force 

Certiorari to review the removal of relator 
from the Police force 

Damages for personal injuries alleged to have 
been received by falling on snow and ice on 
sidewalk on 14111 St., bet. 8th and 9th aves.. . . 

Balance of salary as Superintendent ot Dam 
Construction on the New Aqueduct, bet. Jan. 
15, 1891, and Apr. 27, 1892 

Damages lor personal injuries alleged to have 
been received by falling on obstruction in 
117th St., bet. Lexineton and Park aves 

Damages for personal injuries alleged to have 
been received by being thrown from a truck 
in Mon^omery st 



Claim. 



I670 66 
26 8s 
6465 
82 73 


no 


12 


87 
288 


12 
12 


154 
373 
157 
a8x 
96 
X76 


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57 
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1,468 
158 

95 


53 
77 
66 
21 
88 


1^ 79 
168 50 

77 »^ 
6448 


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17 


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2,000 


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00 


72 


00 


X77 


84 


160 


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44 
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00 


1,441 


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1,466 


60 

• • 

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• • 

• • 

• • 

• • 
00 


2,410 


00 


10,000 


00 


5,000 


00 



22g 



^ Cofttinued), 



Date. 



How DONB. 



1897. 

Mar. 96 


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Transcript of judgmeot certified at 1675.6a.. 

44.10., 
81.90.. 
<)9.98. 

"7.37- 

104.37- 

318.97. 

Z78.48. 

407.40. 

175.19. 

310.54. 

1x9.99.. 

17697. 
z.030.64. 

«.474-70- 
113 sa. 

175.46. 

X13 13.. 

79.04., 

193.45.. 

•49 - 
.06.. 



do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



do 

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do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



Vs. 



Order of discontinuance without costs entered 

Transcript of judgment certified at |z98.90 Upon offer ; without trial. 



Rbmakks. 



Upon offer ; no defense. 



do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
By consent. 



do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



Order on remittitur directing reinstatement of relator Argued at Court of Appeals. 

entered | 

Order of discontinuance without costs entered By consent. 



do 
do 



do 
do 



Judgment of affirmance entered in favor of the City 

on the remittitur and for costs 

Order of discontinuance, without costs, entered 



Transcript of judgment certified at I94.38. 

193.64. 
Z93.01. 
178.69. 
113.49. 
1,884.00. 



do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 



do 



do 



1.653.56. 



Judgment entered in favor of City (or $1,556.06 ; ex- 
ecution issued 

Order entered affirming proceedings of Commissionen 
with costs 

Order entered affirming proceedings of Commissioners 
with costs 

Order entered affirming proceedings of Commissioners 
with costs 

Order entered affirming proceedings ot Commissioners 
with costs 



do 
do 

Argued at the Court of Appeals. 

By consent. 

Upon offer ; no defense, 
do do 

do do 

do do 

do do 

do do 

Tried before Freedman, J., and jury. 

No defence interposed. 

Argued at Appellate Division. 



do 



Order entered affirming proceedings of Commissioners 
with costs 



Order entered affirming proceedings of Commissioners 
with costs 

Order entered affirming proceedings of Commissioners 
with costs 



Order entered affirming proceedings of Commissioners 
with costs 

Judgment entered in favor of the City dismissing 
complaint with costs 



Judgment entered in favor of the City dismissing 
complaint with I107.60 costs 



do 



do 



do 



do 



do 



do 



do 



Tried before Gie^erich, J., and jury. 



Judgment entered in favor of the City dismissing Tried before Gil iersleeve, J., and jury, 
complaint with |i 1 5.60 coses 



Judgment entered in favor of the City dismissing 
complaint with I1Z5.60 costs 



Tried before Barnard, J., and jury. 



"I ". 



230 



Schedule 3- 



Rbgis- 

TER 

Folio. 



49 375 

50 353 
52 358 

48 463 



Court. 



49 377 

40 49s 

S3 »73 

53 *9o 

52 130 

47 243 

50 56 



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54 
54 
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176 

163 


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54 
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186 


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52 73 



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Title. 



Jane Curry, as administratrix 
of Thomas Curry, deceased 

The People ex r el. James M. 
Merritt vs. The New York 
Civ!l Service Board 

The People ex rel. Anthony 
Gross, assignee of James 
\. Striker, etc., vs. Ashbel 
P. Fitch, Comptroller, etc. 

Southern Boulevard Railroad 
Co. vs. People's Traction 
Co., The North New York 
City Traction Co. and 
Ashbel P. Fitch, as Comp- 
troller 

Michael Reilly 



Cause of Action. 



54 


39 






51 


269 






5« 


362 






51 


292 






51 


332 








anS 















F. Hopkinson Smith and ano. 

Frank H. Sigetson 

Owen J. Ward 

The People ex rel. Louis L. 

Bartlett 

John M. Bowers et al 

Cornelia Wray, et al._. 

Jeoffrey Emerick 

August Marchand 

Felve Agassio .« 

William McQuade 

David Jones Company 

Robert Ashman 

WUhelm Thramann 

Emma Wissig 

Philip Kohler 

Michael Kern 

Frank C. Fischer 

Daniel Lane 

Conrad Manns 

Gustav Hilbreth 

S. G. Schermerhorn 

Morns A. Krauss 

Daniel Kerin 

Andrew J. Cobe 

Lucien L. Colin 

Pasquale Cordulli 

John Smich 

Joseph Pipota 

Louis Mirabel 

John T. Farley 

Wiiheim Stiliwagen 

George F. Bruning 

George H. Gale 

Roman Arnold 

Louis Ph.Sieiier 

Thomas P. Concannon 

iohn Ebers 
[enry Kiefers 

Herman Henriers 

Samuel B. Rosenthal 

Gustav J. Markewitz 

Thomas Fitzgerald 

W.Jenks Merritt, assignee 

j. M.Deuel 

Francis Lawlor 

Thrmas B. Bulson 

Leonhard Ziegler 

Henry Broder 

Julia Goldzier 

Albert Newmeyer and ano. . 
Edward S. Seabury 

iames Byrne 
lary Bogert 

Abraham Gottman 

Arthur Waterman 



Damages for death of Thomas Curry by reason | 
of being thrown ofif truck on West st. near' 
West lathst , 

Mandamus to compel the Board to certify to; 
Park Department the name of the relator as' 
eligible for appointment as Carpenter ' 

Mandamus to compel payment of amount of 
assessment paid for 12th ave. opening ! 



Injunction to restrain Comptroller from pro-| 
ceeding with sale of franchise for ceitain| 
street railways in the 23d Ward 



Damages on account of placing floating batti^ 
in front of Piers, old, 36, and new, 29, Eastj 
river 

To foreclose lien for paving stones furnished 
for paving E^st 14th st .- 

For services as Stenographer in insanity pro- 
ceedings 

For services as expert in Maria Barberi insanity! 
proceedings and trial j 

Ceriiorari to review removal of relator from| 
position in Department of Public Works . . . . | 

To recover amount of assessment paid for| 
sewers m zst ave., bet. 92d and 109th sts. ... . . 

To recover amount of assessment for regulating 
and grading xoth ave., from 155th to 194th st. 

For rebate ofexcise license fee 



Claim. 



$20,000 00 



do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


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do 


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do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 



Damages for personal injuries alleged to have 
been received by falling on snow and ice on 
sidewalk at W. 126th st. in Feb., 1895 

For services as Master in case of Christopher j 
C. Campbell vs. The Mayor , 

For rebate of excise license fee 

do do i 

do do ' 

do do , 

do do ; 

do do ' 

do do j 

do do j 

do do 

do do ' 

do do ! 



i,5co 00 

17,181 29 
403 00 
800 00 

1.043 37 
236 80 

77 33 
6 67 

34 71 

92 21 

166 84 

56 22 
163 69 

99 17 

86 57 

76 16 

77 25 

57 53 
37 26 

9 32 

78 72 
99 21 
05 56 

192 90 

87 77 
161 81 

78 47 
50 00 

72 19 

87 63 

15«J 90 
9a 17 

86 57 
71 23 
65 20 
36 71 
II 51 
II 65 

83 30 
103 28 

115 39 
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conplAinc jud for liiS-jo ct*u , 

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1 ApiKllate Dtvvion crdcr entcTvd rereniaf on 



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I of iudgmaii certified aHsiA43 IWiihouI Iriai ; upon offer. 

dtjadcBeBiccctifiedat Ijlj-i} Witbaul (rial ; upon aSar. 



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3 ^TriDKiipi oljad(nici]i cernficd ki 11.043. jj... 
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. Miredf. Green 



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., luliut W«t^man..p 
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.. lOHph finonicli. .. 

.. Charles W. Meuhe 

.. Lion OhI 

.. Henry Tietien 

.. Ouric>Hu[etll... 



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.. WinDcfred Monis.... 

.. Auguit BucLhoU 

.. GeorffcBiuler,,,^.,.., 
.. MariiM.Sink. 

'.'. Chiles ^d™.'.""'!! 

.. Munin Huberth 

-^ loEutbaD Henherffer . 
.. William H. Lock 



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For baluce ol uliryAtlnspeclorol Masonry 
on NewAQueduct,&ooari.,,8a6.1oDec.. 




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Andrew L. Smith, Aerion 


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Cwiiorari loreriew Ihe removalof reklor from 


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Order dismiiting appeal pending in Court of Appe»U, 


Argued at Appellate Di.iuoo. 






Judgment of aBlnnance on remittitur, entered 

Order entered diuonlinuing action without com 

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To compel recounting ceonhi baLluts cnsi lot 

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Order entered denying motion for writ of man- 
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Order confirming report of Commissioners of Estimate 

entered 

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37-50. 
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122.69. 



Remarks. 



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Argued before MacLean, J. 



Plaintiff dead ; attorney disbarred. 
Hearing held before the Commissioners. 

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John Long, Jr 

William Walonek 

Geoxve Kl-tt.. 

Abraham Harris 

Phihp Schiemeister. .... ... 

Septimus W. Granger. ... .. 

Percy M. Sampson 

Albert Baumann and ano. . . . 

Herman Brandt 

Simon E. Bemheimer and 

.wo. (No. 6) 

Frederick Unlmann 

John J. Sullivan 

Herman Raschen 

John Hyland 

Frank Fedor , 

Ernest F. W. Bunge 

Joseph Josephson 

Catherine Murray 

Elizabeth Corbusier 

James PftiflFer 

Julius Kamsler 

Robert Prince 

Arthur 6. Prince 

Peter Vogel 

In the matter of the Board of 

Education 

In the matter of the Board of 

Education 

People ex rel. Isaac H. Klein 



For rebate of excise license fee. 



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Patrick K. Lantry . , 
Edward D. O'Brien. 



John N. Stewart 



Martha H. Beers 



In the matter of the Board of 

Education 

Charles Cohn 

Max Hoeberlein 

Henry D. MuUer 

Bertha J. Klaus 

John A. B. Wendell 

Marcus Rosenblum 

Harlem Casino Co 

John Mangin 

Ernest Meyer 

Gustave Reaske 

Komer and Schwabeland Co. 

iulius Singer 
►avid Trilling 

DeWitt C.Ward 

Mary A. Dnscoll 

Anna Schmidt 

Albert Zammalli 

Consumers* Brewing Co. 

(>fo.7) 

Gustav W. Lydecker 

George Gossman 

Samuel Sonnenberg 

Alfred J.Koch 

Aaron Shapiro 

Max Perezman 

David L. Friedenberg 

Congress Brewing Co 

Aaron Cohn. 

Constant Katz 

Victor Streicher 

Max S. Grifenhagen 

)acob C. Rosenblum 

I ohn Kiernan 

lamcsF.Hall 

Charles Mark** 

John E. McBride 

JohnG.Schafr 

Rosa Simmons... 



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To acquire title to property on Sheriff and 
Willett sts. for a school site 

To acquire title to property on 30th st.. West, 
for a school site 

Mandamus directing Board of Elections to 
prevent any election officer to enter voting 
booth with illiterate voter 

For balarice claimed to be due for carpenter 
work fumbhed in Criminal Court Building. 

For services of plaintiff and two others as 
Commissioners to inquire as to the sanity of 
Joseph Borelli -. 

Case on submission to ascertain whether plain- 
tiff* is entitled to receive salary as Clerk, 
Z3th District Court 

For damages to premises No. 35 West 82d St., 
by a break in water-mains 

To acquire title to property on 77th and 78th 
sts.. East, for a school site 

For rebate of excise license fee 



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590 84 
156 60 

79 26 
141 42 
156 09 

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22 95 

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98 84 

153 42 
160 94 

19 63 

47 37 
^76 39 
170 83 

353 69 

177 25 

73 43 
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95 35- 

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109 46 

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28 88 

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91 64 

59 73 

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239 



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I38.76 

43.6Q.... 

63.60. . . . 
182.78. «.. 

61.34.... 
103.05.... 

77.88.... 

X30.30.... 

67.69.... 

623.53 



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Transcript of judgment certified at 

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Order entered confirming report oi Commissioners of 

Kstimate 

Order entered confirming report of Commissioners of 

I Estimate 

Order entered dismissing relator's appeal to Appellate 
I DiviMun without costs 



127.61. 
"432. 

48.82. 

89.31. 

87.56. 
136. 24 . 

170.77. 

^03.34« 

33". 

192.53. 

163.75- 
84.41. 

36.30. 

69.IX. 



22 'Transcript of judgment certified at ^6,105.55. 



22 



33 



do 
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do 
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450.00 
1,638.45. 



32 ; Order entered discontinuing action without costs. 



Order entered confirming report of Commissioners of 
Estimate 



Transcript of judgment certified at $51.88. 

633.91 . 
182.73 

ICO. 89. 
165.91. 
181.26. 

115.56. 
44.08. 
40.79. 
87.07. 

i23-39- 
172.18. 

179.76. 

3694- 
66.63. 

197.08. 

188.83. 

389.57- 



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Z98.00. 
93.07. 

57.15. 
91.47. 
76.41. 

69.37 • 

30.53. 

1,516.06. 

1Z7.33. 

131.96. 

X33-63- 
304.48. 

44.00. 

33.63. 
163.61. 

I10.3I . 

78.18. 
IIO.61. 

42.17. 



Remarks. 



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trial; 



no defense, 
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Hearings held before the Commissioners. 



do 
By consent. 



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Tried before McAdam, J., and jury. 
Upon offer ; without trial. 



Argued at Appellate Division. 



By consent. 

Hearings held before the Commissioners. 



Without trial 
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240 



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Grau Smith 

Louis Tolle 

Morif z Broder 

William C.Jordan 

Charles Garibaldi 

Horace W.Clark 

Charles Sproat 

Mark S. Renistein 

Adolph Alexander 

Sol. ^hoenthal 

Herman S. Boybton 

Samuel Grosner 

Samuel Fox 

Abraham Nochensohn 

Emily Levy : . . . . 

Charles H.Chumar 

Peter C. Nickel 

Napoleon B. Barry 

In the matter ot Margaret 
Wagner 

John L. Merritt 



People ex rel. Fredk.Timme 
VS4 The Board of Police 
Commissioners, etc 

Lawrence B. Bostwick 



Cause of Action. 



People ex rel. Ninth National 
Bank vs. The Register, etc, 

Matthew J. Conley 



Alfred Booth et al. vs. Jane 

T. Kane et al 

Elizabeth Seery 



For rebate of excise license fee 

do do 

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For order amending final report of Commis 
sioners for opening East 156th St., by inserting 

name of petitioner to damage No. 23 

Damage lor being compelled to vacate barn at 
Lewisboro', Westchester County, by order of 

Commissioner of Public Works 

Certiorari to review dismissal of relator from 
Police force 

Damages for personal injuries received from 
falling on sidewalk at No. 661 Columbus ave. 

Mandamus to compel redemption of premises 
as lot No. 3, Plot 17, salt meadow, West 
Chester, from 1891 Taxes 

To foreclose mechanic's lien on contract, Charles 
W. Collins, for regulating and grading Pelham 
ave 

To foreclose mortgage 



• • • • 

• • • • 



People ex rel. William T. 
Graff vs. Ashbel P. Fitch, 
Complroller 

Sam Gallinek 

I Harry P. Whitaker et al 

, William G. Leland 

i W illiam Sasse 

i James Corbusier 

Max Steiner 

Elvine Guldner 

Harry P. Whitaker and ano. 

Max Steiner 

Andrew Kehoe 

Thomas Morris 

Charles Welge 

A. Susskind & Co 

Nicholas Guntzer 

Henry C. Schrader 

j Frank Rose 

! William Taylor and ano 

I Frederick Luhrs 

IKate WoH 

i Henry Gutmann 

William C. Mu'?chenheim .... 

Samuel F. Bums 

Ernest Krom 

Jeremiah Kelly 

Charles Meehan 

Harris Rosen 

Max Steiner 

do 

do 

Henry W. Thramann 

Henry Grother 

Cord. D. Degenhardt 

Christopher Blank 

Peter Stedroth 

Cord. D. Degenhardt 

Louis L. Todd 

Max Steiner 

Anthony Fischer 

John Falvey 

The Excelsior Brewing Co.. 



Damages for personal injuries by falling on 
snow and ice on 89th St., bet. 2d and 3d aves.. 



Mandamus to 
for opening 

For rebate of 
do 


compel repayment of assessment 
1 2th ave .*.....«•......••. 


excise license fee 

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Apr. 83 

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do do 07.73 

do do ii5<5 

do do 405.40 

do do '23.05 

do do 303-95 

do do 33-Z2 

do do 57.37 

do do 9^'9S 

do do 89'77 

do do 4Z-52 

do do 76-24 

do do 46*79 

do do 82.63 

do do 98.37 

do do 32.10 

do do X20.89 

do do 81.53 

Order directing payment of award to the petitioner 
entered 



23 : Judgment entered in favor of City dismissing compbint 



24 



Entered judgment of affirmance, dismissing complaint 
with I61.20 costs 



24 : Entered judgment m favor of the City dismissing com- 

I plaint with costs 

24 Certified order granting the motion 



24 ; Certified decree directing a distribution of the fund 
! and sent same to Comptroller 

! 

24 i Decree of foreclosure entered, directing sale, etc 

24 iTranscript of judgment certified at 13,269.51 





Remarks. 


Without trial ; 


no defense. 


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26 'Certified order granting writ of mandamus. 



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No opposition to the motion 

Tried before Dykman, J. 

Argued at Appellate Division. 

Tried before Bookstaver, J. 
Argued before Pryor, J. 

Tried before Andrews, J. 

City has no interest. 

Tried before Giegerich, J., and jury. 

Argued before Andrews, J 



at I87.19. 

85.30. 
163.32. 
193.87. 

62.56. 
203.33. 

'77-93. 
105.78. 

41.73- 
67.95. 

76.85. 

88.23. 

8958. 
xoi.z6. 

X74-I3' 
104.40. 

59-75. 
174.18. 

205. Z3. 

46.33. 

90.16. 
150.98. 
189.52. 
161.17. 

38.85. 
206.33. 

96.47. 

58.13. 
44.83. 

44-24. 

78.55. 

87.73. 
91.23, 

166.15. 

181.51. 

8Z.13. 

I57.0X. 
184.59. 

37-55 ■ 
86.35. 



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242 



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Regis- 

TBR 

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53 8 

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53 279 

50 392 

51 47 

54 247 
54 236 
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54 231 

54 219 

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54 327 

43 235 

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54 242 

54 391 

54 243 

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54 312 

54 234 

54 333 

54 290 

54 310 

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54 312 
54 30s 
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54 390 

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54 292 

54 292 

53 351 

53 302 

53 303 

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52 56 
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Edward C. Springmeyer .... 

People ex rel. Richard M. 
Shaw vs. Ashbel P. Fitch, 
Comptroller v 

Arthur Roberts 



Frank H.Sigerson. 



Cause of Action. 



John Farrell 



Maria Mangino 

Maurice Hanley 

Ernest Bromderger 

Isaac Streep 

Israel B. Cebulsky 

Consumers' Brewmg Co. . 

do 

do 

Louis Long 

Julius Reich 

Sigmund H. Schwartz. . . , 

Morris Fraenkel 

Consumers' Brewing Co. 
Vincenzo Grifani 



Louis Cohn 

William G. Dun n 

Michael J. Curley 

Joe Streiner 

Isidor Gordon 

EHas Moss 

James Neustadt 

Meyer Stem 

C. S. Woehrlc 

Charles Mumers and ano. . . . 

Louis Schmitt 

F. M. Schaeier Brewing Co. . 
Monroe-Eckstein BrewingCo. 

John Mahan 

Peter Mahan 

Emil Adler 

Isabel M. Graham 

Louis Dahlman 

David S. Seiffer 

H. S. Baron 

Perkins Stern 

Simon E. Bemheimer and 

ano. (No. 7; 

George Ehret (No. 3) 

John Mulqueen 

Beadleston & Woerz (No. 2). 
J. M . Lieberman 



For payment of award made for lands taken in 
Henry st. school site 

Mandamus to compel repayment of amount for 
i2th ave. assessment 

For award made to " unknown owners " open- 
ing Claremont Park, Parcel No. 671 

For services as Stenographer to Commission to 

inquire as to the sanity of Louis S. Holmes. . 

For amount claimed to be due under contract 

for construction of outlet sewer 

For rebate of excise license fee 

do do 

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For award made for Parcel No. 165, Madison 

and Henry sts. school site 

For rebate of excise license fee 



Claim. 



Oscar Mann, 



.... Ed. H. Martini 

.... Patrick Keenan... 
.... W. E. Stillings... 
.... Francis M. Jencks 

.... I Bertha Volkening. 



do 
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The People ex rel. Joseph 
Devlin vs. Everett P. 
Wheeler et al., Civil Service 
Commissioners 

Joseph Reilly, as adminis- 
trator of the estate of 
Richard Reilly, deceased . . 

Emanuel Eising and others.. 



Francis M .Jencks , 



The Mayor vs. J. A. Taylo; 
and another 



do do 

do do 

do do 

For services as Commissioner to inquire as to 
sanity of William G. Wood 

For services as Laborer, Armory, ist Battery, 
Aug. 10 to 31, 1896 

For services as Laborer, Armory, ist Battery, 
Sept. I to Dec. 31, 1896 

For services as Commissioner to inquire as to 
sanity of William G. Wood 

[For services as Commissioner to inquire as to 

I sanity of William G. Wood 

To recover excess of assessment for regulating, 
etc., Morningside ave 

To declare void assessment for ist ave. regula- 
ting and grading, 92d to 109th st., and to 
recover amount paid 

Mandamus to compel the respondents to recon- 
sider their resolutions and actions in rescind- 
ing relator's certificate of eligibility as 
Patrolman 

Damages for death of Richard Reilly, caused 
by slipping on ice and falhng on sidewalk in 
front of No. 2x5 East ^istst 

For rebate of excise license fee 

To recover excess of assessment for regulating, 
etc., Morningside ave., from iioth to 123d 
St., on Ward Nos. 41 to 46, Block 924 

For possession ot dock property bet. 47th and 
48th sts., near loth ave., and for damages for 
unlawful detention 



$24,500 00 

106 35 

38 25 

91 35 
3.422 68 

147 74 
98 67 

153 35 

146 51 

157 45 
422 65 

1,550 02 

167 81 

106 15 

106 57 

30 36 

337 44 

2,042 46 

50 00 

156 07 

78 72 

57 53 
16 61 

20 96 

23 78 
106 02 

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128 22 

91 66 

173 28 

611 49 

15 34 
177 60 
180 92 
105 76 

151 38 

56 02 

57 12 
182 39 

89 44 
225 07 

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147 95 
86 57 

350 00 

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350 00 
224 32 
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Judgment distributing fund certified and sent to 

Comptroller 

Certified writ of mandamus to the Comptroller 



Transcript of judgment certified at I58.63. 



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91.35. 
1,256.26. 



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172.84 

165.21 

»77.oa 

415-95 

«.574-8o 

188.54 

«24.65 

«»5i9 

48.63 

358.79 

2,068.63 ....•••••• 

71-50 



Remarks. 



Tried ; City not interested. 
Argued before Andrews, J. 

Without trial ; upon offer. 

do do 

Tried before Stover, J., and jury. 



Without trial 
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17431. 
96.71. 
75-74- 
34-58. 

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41.99. 

125.20. 

120.78. 

129.06. 

181 03. 

174.42. 

615.51. 

1544- 
190.79. 

5669. 
129.87. 
169.49. 

74.45- 

75-69- 

202.36. 

II3-C9. 
234.28. 

917.49. 

148.92. 

87.46. 

365.00. 

59.00. 

259.00. 

365.00. 

365.00. 

30407. 



Transcript of judgment in favor of plaintiff for $2,372.96 
certified and sent to the Comptroller 



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Order entered dismissing appeal without costs , 



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Judgment entered in favor of City dismissing complaint 
with $87.60 costs 



Order entered discontinuing action without costs. 



Transcript ot judgment in favor of plaintiff for $304.07 
certified and sent to the Comptroller 

Transcript of judgment in favor of defendants for 
$1,425.49 certified and sent to the Comptroller 



Upon offer ; without trial. 
By consent. 

Plaintiff defaulted at trial. 

By consent. 

Upon offer ; without trial. 

Tried before a referee. 



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Title. 



Bronx Gas and Electric Co . . 

The Mayor vs. Thomas 

O'Brien 

Arthur J. Ridley 






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In the matter of the Board oi 
Exlucation 



Edward R.Scott. 



Cause of Action. 



For lighting streets of the Town of Westchester, 
May to Dec, 1896 

For value of 25 pieces of bridge-stone appro- 
priated by defendant, Aug., 18^5 

For goods, wares and merchandise sold 



Elizabeth Meehan 



Sarah A. Farrington 



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Henry Valentine Wildman.. 
Franklvn P. Eastman 

Robert Mazet, Receiver, etc., 
of Frederick Steinle, Jr., 
and Thomas Houston, and 
Charles Bohde and Emma 
Bobde as executors 01 
Frederick Bohde, deceased. 

Joseph H. Gautier 



Charles J. Gillis and another. 



James L. Breese 

Andrew L. Smith and an- 
other (Action No. i] vs. 
Murdo Tolmie and otners. 

Andrew L. Smith and others 
(Action No. 2) vs. Murdo 
Tolmie and others 

Andrew L. Smith and ethers 
(Action No. 3) vs. Murdo 
Tolmie and otners 

Michael del Guidice vs. 
Thomas H. McLaughlin 
and others 

Peter P. McLaughhn 

Abel Louvet 

Charles Martin 

Irving R. Fisher and others. . 

Edward J. Shalvey 

Isabella M. Burton 

John Kelly 

Herman Plate 

Thomas W. Osborne 

David F.Gibb 

Joseph Stern 

David Jones Co 

Harriet Turk 

Michael Farrell 

Aug. Br.indes and another. . . 

Patrick H. Comeriord 

Patrick Mallon 

John Kennedy 

I. J. Heckmau, Jr 

George B. French 

Lizzie Estherson 



To acquire title to certain lands on the south- 
west cor. of Riving^on and Suffolk sts., i3ih 
Ward, as a site for school purposes 

Salary as Inspector of Masonry on New Aque- 
duct at various times bet. June, 1887, and July, 
1890 

To restrain payment of judgment for $386.05 
entered Feo. 9, 1897, against The Mayor, etc., 
in favor of Foley, as executor oi John Foley, 
deceased 

For excess of assessment paid for 155th st. 
regulating, etc., from Elton to Courtlandt 
avcs.. Ward No. 50, Block t6io, 23d Ward. .. 

For services as Medical Expert Witness at the 
request of Dbtrict Attorney in Apr., 1896.. . . 

For services as Medical Expert at the request 
of District Attorney 

Damages for withholding possession of bulkhead 
at foot of East 70th St., £. R 

To recover the amount of assessment tor Boule- 
vard sewers bet. io6th and 153d sts 



for 



To recover amount paid on assessment 
sewers, bet. 59th and 6ist sts 

To foreclose lien for materials furnished Board 
of Education of the Westchester Union Free 
School 

For award fdr premises taken for Andrews and 
Bumside ave. school site 

To foreclose lien for Grammar School No. 95, 
No. 15 East 125th St 



To foreclose lien for Grammar School No. 39, 
No. 227 East 125th St 



To foreclose lien for Grammar School No. 33, 
No. 416 West 28th st 



To foreclose mechanic's lien under contract of 
McLaughlin sewer construction, River ave., 

bet. East 149th and i6ist sts 

For stenographic work and notes. People of 
State of New York vs. Meakin, furnished 

Board of Excise 

For rebate of excise license fee 

To recover amount of assessment paid for Mor- 
ris ave. regulating, etc., 138th to 155th st 

For merchandise sold between Aug. 17 and Dec. 

30. 1896 

For services of Delancey Nicoll, Edward Duffy 
and Carlos F. Macdonald, Commissioners, to 

inquire as to sanity of Holmes 

For building material furnished to the Village 
of Wakefield for sewers, etc., in Mar. and 

June, 1895 

For rebate of excise license fee 

do do 

For services transcribing stenpgraphic notes 

criminal cases. Court of General Sessions . . . . 

Repairs to Grammar School No. 12 in Madison 

St., nr. Jackson St., and Grammar School No. 

60 at No. 501 Courtlandt ave 

For rebate of excise license fee 

do do 

do do 

do do 

do do 

do do 

do do 

do do 

do do 

do do 

do do 



Claim. 



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487 25 

'»503 77 

356 00 

271 48 

250 00 

500 00 

30,000 00 

358 34 



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May 5 ; Transcript of judgment in favor of plaintiff for $8,774.08 

I certified and sent to the Comptroller 

" 6 Transcript of iudgment in favor of plaintiff for $101.73 

I certified and sent to the Comptroller 

" 6 Transcript of judgment in favor of plaintiff for $1,753.95 

j certified and sent to the Comptroller 

" 6 Order entered confirming report of the Commissioners 
of Appraisal 

" 7 Transcript of judgment in favor of plaintiff for $371.20 
certified and sent to the Comptroller 

" 7 Action discontinued 



Remarks. 



; Upon offer ; without trial. 

Tned before Freedman, J., and jury. 

do do 

Hearing held before Commissioners. 



Tried before McAdam, J., and jury. 
Settled by parties. 



7 Transcript of judgment in favor of plaintiff for $277.48 Upon offer ; without trial, 
certified and sent to the Comptroller 



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certified and sent to the Comptroller , 

Transcript of judgment in favor of plaintiff for $5cOj Upon offer ; without trial. 

certified and sent to the Comptroller 

Transcript of judgment in favor of plaintiff for $496.78! Azgued at Court of Appeals. 

certified and sent to the Comptroller 



Transcript of judgment in favor of plaintiff for $258.34 
certified and sent to the Comptroller 



Transcript of judgment in favor of plaintiff for $378.7 
certified and sent to the Comptroller, 
ranscript of judgment in favor of plair 
certified and sent to the Comptroller. 



Upon offer ; without trial. 



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Transcript of judgment in favor of plaintiff for 

$z2,868 8a certified and sent to the Comptroller { 

Transcript of judgment in £avor of plaintiff for $46. 39. Tried ; city not interested. 

certified and sent to the Comptroller 

Transcript of judgment in favor of plaintiff for $252.31 
certified and sent to the Comptroller. 



Transcript of judgment in favor of plaintiff for $x66.8o 
certified and sent 10 the Comptroller 



Order entered discontinuing action without costs. 



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Transcript of judgment in favor of plaintiff for $18.50 Without trial ; upon offer, 
certified and sent to the Comptroller. 



Transcript of judgment certified at $i55.9z 

Transcript of judgment in favor of plaintiff for $34.70 

certified and sent to the Comptroller 

Order entered discontinuing action without costs. .... 

Transcript of judgment in favor of plaintiff for $750 
certified and sent to the Comptroller 



Transcript of judgment in favor of plaintiff for $659.06 
certified and sent to the Comptroller 



Order entered discontinuing action without costs 

Transcript of judgment certified at $z68.o2 

Transcript of judgment in favor of plaintiff for $37.50 

certified and sent to the Comptroller 

Order entered dismissing action without costs 



Transcript of judgment certified at $59.07. 

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X02.92 

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174.27. 

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36.92. 

125.38. 
204.67. 

93.54. 
210.61. 

328.59. 

SOI. 32. 
174.40. 
145.50. 
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136.61. 

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X00.52. 

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54 163 

54 »6o 

54 X63 

54 x6s 

54 158 

54 302 

54 297 

54 303 

54 298 

51 333 

51 366 

51 346 
54 398 

54 301 

54 30; 

54 296 

54 349 

54 369 

54 323 

54 273 

52 109 



53 288 

53 229 

49 142 

49 19 



54 264 

54 307 

54 143 

54 »3S 

54 143 

54 420 

54 411 

54 422 

54 409 

54 408 

54 410 

54 408 

54 409 

54 415 

54 355 

54 251 

50 407 

54 368 

54 422 

54 245 

37 20 



51 169 

54 46 

54 49 

53 258 

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47 34 

53 440 

53 333 

53 346 

55 9 
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Supreme . . . . 



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Title. 



Eugene Davis 

Caroline Vo^tits 

Clara Donai 

Herman Fennevessy 

Carlisle Davidson 

Adolph Alexander 

Mary E. Belknap 

Robert Mastuhn 

W illiam Heimroth 

Isaac Clark 

John McKennon 

Frederick A. Comkling 

Jacob Hyman 

William R.Ellis 

John McKinnon 

George W.Tate 

Samuel Nason 

Harry Pyke 

The Eden Musee Americain 

Co. (Limited) 

Ephraim C. Gates et al 



Cause of Action. 



For rebate of excise license fee . 



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Claim. 



James H. Marsh. . . 
Jacob M.Newman. 



People ex rel. William F. 
0*Neill vs. The Board of 
Police Commissioners 

People ex rel. John Fitzgfib- 
bon vs. The Board of Police 
Commissioners 

Aaron Cahn 

iohn Friedrich 
lichard C. Baker 

James Dorris 

Tames Dugan 

Michael McManus 

William F. O'Brien 

E. W. Turner 

Ekiward Marum 

David Igelheimer 

IsaihL.riill. 

Richard Klein 

Joseph Langron 

Thomas L. De Lime 

Jacob Greenfield 

Franz Kozeluh 

Otto Guildemeister 

Charles Spies 

Thomas Little 

H. H. Guttman 

Adelaide Jones 



I52 


88: 


53 


84 


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9 


86 


60 


28 


65 76 


67 


40. 


81 


10 


83 


30 


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52 


94 


43 


56 


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50 


42 


60 


83 


31 


78 


95 91 


78 


91 


X07 42 


77 


82 


109 


32 



To foreclose lien for lumber furnished to 
defendant McLoughlin, in contract for con- 
structing sewer in River ave., bet. East 149th 
St. and £^st i6ist st 

For services as Attendant at Bellevue Hospital 
from Sept. i to Oct. 19, 1896 

For specific performance of contract made by 
Trustees of College of City of New York, 
Oct. 24, 1895, for sale of lands 

Certiorari to review the removal of relator from 
the Police force 



Certiorari to review the removal of relator from 
the Police force 



For rebate of excise license fee. 



Francis D. Hawkins . 
Charles Bohling . 7 . . . 
Ernest F. W. Bounge. 
James J. Nealis 



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do 

do 

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do 

do 

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for Boulevard sewer, bet. 
declared void and recover 



In re James A. Deering 



Leonora M. O'Rourke. 



Fanny Balsam vs. John F 

Harriot 

Robert C. Winters 

Tames A. Lamb 

John N. Stewart 

John T. Malcomson 



do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
To have assessment 
Q2d and io6tb sts . 
back amount paid therefor 

For rebate of excise license fee 

do do 

do do 

For services as Stenographer in naturalization 

cases, from May to Dec, 1896 

To reduce assessment for regulating, grading 
and paving 130th st., from St. Nicholas to 

Convent ave 

Damages for personal injuries received on May 
7, 1894, by reason of falling upon the stairway 
leading to the terrace at upper Croton Reser- 
voir, Central Park 

For $52.50 of sum of $60.82, taken from Win- 

centa Bajewka, convicted of grand larceny . . . 

For services removing dirt, stones, rubbish, etc., 

from 96th St., near cor. Columbus ave., bet. 

Dec. 13 and 16, 1896 

For disbursements made by Henry W. Gray, as 
Special Commissioner of Jurors, June i to 

Dec. 31, 1896 

To recover amount of salary as Clerk, 12th Dis- 
trict Court, from Nov., 1896, to Apr., 1897... 
For rebate of excise license fee 



4" 57 

79 05 
48,000 00 



67 75 

X 6s 

57 12 

161 57 

87 17 
106 40 
152 08 

9 43 
X3 04 

53 83 
6g 72 

17 21 

18 35 

54 38 
50 00 

x8i 51 

298 61 

94 13 

164 CO 

76 23 
2.747 35 



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91 


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925 


70 


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52 


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253 



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Remarks. 



Transcnpt otjudgment certified at (71.30 

do do 62.25 

do do 3i>9^ 

do do 28.X4 

do do 78.7a 

do do 84.23 

do do 85.89 

do do 99*63 

do do X01.8) 

do do 129.48 

do do ZX3-95 

do do 7§*^^ 

do do 68.84 

do do 79.28 

do do 54>x4 

do do X14 48 

do do 97>47 

do do 126.01 

do do 9(^*33 

do do 127.72 

Order entered discontinuing action without costs 

Transcript of judgment certified to the Comptroller at 

$9403 

Decree entered directing specific performance of con- 
tract 

Order and judgment entered dismissing writ of cer- 
tiorari, with costs 

Judgment of affirmance entered in favor of City upon 
remittitur 

Transcript of judgment certified at $86.74 

do do 19-38 

do do 76.3a ■. ...... 

do do 79.30.... 

do do x66.4a 

do do 124.39 

do do 176.37 

do do 27.39 

do do 3X.X1 

do do 72.40 

do do 88.24 

do do 35*3^ 

do do 36-97 

do do 72.80 

do do 68.37 

do do 210.74 

do do 338.36 

do do 114.41 

do do 183.62 

do do 95.»5 

Transcript of judgment certified to the Comptroller at 

|2,747-35 

Transcript of judgment certified at $206.65 

do do 100.82 (new) 

do do 126.24 

Transcript of judgment certified to the Comptroller at 

1025.70 

Order vacating assessment certified to the Comptroller 

Order and judgment of affirmance entered in favor of 
the City 

Order entered substituting Elias Rosenthaus in place 
of Harriot, as defendant 

Transcript of judgment certified to the Comptroller 
at $67 

Transcript of judgement certified to the Comptroller 
at $23. 5a 

Transcript of judgment certified to the Comptroller 

at |x,540.64 

Transcript ot judgment certified at $44.31 



Without trial ; 


no defense. 


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By consent. 




Without trial ; 


upon offer. 


Upon consent. 





Argued at Appellate Division. 



Argued at Court of Appeals. 



Without trial ; 


no defense. 


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Without trial ; 


upon offer. 


Without trial ; 


no defense. 


do 


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Without trial; 


upon offer. 



By consent. . 

Argued at Appellate Division. 

Upon motion. 

Without trial ; upon offer. 



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do do 

Without trial ; no defense. 



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254 



Schedule 3— 



Rbgis- 

TBR 

Fouo. 

S3 «4o 

53 444 

47 30 

48 428 

53 357 

50 51 
55 10 

54 278 
54 227 
54 279 
54 229 
54 229 
54 227 
54 278 
54 228 

54 *»8 

54 420 

54 434 

54 433 

54 432 

54 X29 

54 "5 

54 «20 
54 97 

54 226 

54 »29 

54 362 

54 116 

54 380 

54 439 

54 440 

54 439 

54 437 

54 438 

54 438 

54 69 

51 343 
53 223 

46 124 

49 480 



52 401 

52 232 

50 467 

53 197 

48 197 

55 12 

55 25 

36 542 

53 388 

49 383 
T 292 



Court. 



Supreme .... 



City Court of 

Mt. Vernon 

Supreme .... 



Title. 



Cause of Action. 



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7th District,, 
nth District. 

Supreme . . . . 



William Daniels 

Petition of Maria W. Andreas 

Jared Flagg 

Edwin W.Fiske 

Henry Hey wood et al 



Frederick A. Baker. 
Mary Harris 



For work on Grammar School No. 69, Nos. 125 
to 133 West 54th St 

In the matter of opening East X37th st., appli- 
cation for payment of award 

Damages for raiding premises No. 145 East 3d 
St., on Oct. I, 1894.... 

For extra labor and services performed 



Charles MargrafT. 

Mark Ovenden 

Charles Roppe 

Jacob Schappert 

John C. Heintz 

Jules Schroeder 

John Lyden 

Louis Hahn 

Joseph Ranch 

Herman Heyde and another. 

Elizabeth Scnaeppler 

William P. Galland 

Joseph McQuade 

Frank J. Mayer 

Frederick L. Giegcr 

William Elvers 

Charles F. Reichmann 

Henry Strlbher 

Paul Quando 

Bridget Curley 

William B. Kirschof 

Fredk. Klushmeirer and ano . 

Jacob Lebkuchner 

Simon E.Bemheimerandano. 

Jacob Ruppert 

Beadleston & Woerz 

India Wharf Brewing Co. . . . 

The Emerald and Phoenix 
Brewing Co., N. Y 

V. Loewers Gambrinus Brew- 
ing Co 

Henry Bade 

People ex rel. Marcus Simon. 



For chairs supplied to the Town of Westchester 

For Stenographer's minutes furnished the Board 
of Coroners 

To foreclose mortgage on premises, north side 
of 64ih St., near Central Park 

For re ate of excise license fee 



People ex rel. Gilbert Higgins 



People ex rel. Wm. Strauss. . 



In the matter of the Board of 
Education 



In the matter of the Board of 
Education 



Nicholas Simermeyer et al. 

William C. Renwick 

Johanna Simis 



do 


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Claim. 



do 
do 



do 
do 



Mandamus to compel removal of stand or booth | 
under elevated stairs, at northwest cor. | 
Bleecker st. and West Broadway I 

Certiorari to review the dismissal of relator 
from the Police force of the Department of 
Parks.. 

Certiorari to review proceedings dismissing 
relator from the Police force. Police Depart- 
ment 

To acquire title to lands south side of Hester 
St., bet. Chrystie and Forsyth sts., as a site 
for school purposes 

To acquire title to lands on Lewis st., bet. 
Rivington and Stanton sts., as a site for 
school purposes 

For amount due on contract for completing fire- 
house, south side of 43d St., west of loth ave. j 

To recover amount of award of premises taken] 
for Madison and Henry sts. school site I 

To restrain interference with hat store at south- 1 

east cor. of Fulton and Church sts j 

Mordecai S. Kauffman vs. To recover a certain chattel valued at $250 ; 

John F. Harriot j 1 

Louisa Martell vs. John F.|To recover possession of a sealskin coat taken 1 

Harriot from Samuel Schrednecky, or value thereof,' 

and costs 

To recover amount of assessment paid for Pel { 
ham and Fordham underground drains | 

For services as Expert Witness in the matter of| 
examination of George W. Appo 

For water furnished to the Town of West-' 

Chester Water Co ! Chester . 

Franklin Bien For rental of fire-hydrants in Towns of Pelham, 

Eastchester, Westchester, Villages of Wake- 
field and WiUiamsbridge, un^ler contract with 
Westchester Water Co. and the Upper New 
York Water Co 



$638 63 

5,000 00 

xoi 50 

70 00 

700 20 



95 


• • 

33 


94 50 


10 


95 


4663 


49 


86 


61 


37 


x6o 


99 


143 


40 


44 


38 


108 


88 


X48 63 


53 


70 


75 


07 


106 


29 


149 


3x 


38 


35 


43 


28 


77 


8x 


171 


22 


181 


54 


57 


73 


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22 


68 


49 


58 63 


190 


69 


210 


55 


257 


54 


659 


86 


1.543 


31 



55 90 



1,078 16 
18,777 50 



Ebenezer C.Jackson 

Joseph L. Terreberry 

The New York and West- 



250 00 


1 


83 10 




25 00 




32,971 35 




8,790 CXJ 





255 



Continued). 



Date. 



1897. 
May 24 

" 24 



How Done. 



Order entered discontinuing action without costs. 



Order entered directing payment of award to peti- 
tioner 

Order entered discontinuing action without costs 



26 Transcript of judgment certified to the Comptroller 
at $185.96 

26 Transcript of judgment certified to the Comptroller at 
«82 

26 iTranscript of judgment certified to the Comptroller 
I at $95.80 and $889.91 

26 lOrder entered discontinuing action without costs 



Remarks. 






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Transcript of judgment certified at $113.63. 

do do 113.91. 

do do 28.75. 

do do 64.13. 

do do 68.31 . 

do do 79- 59- 

do do 180.04. 

do do 163.29. 

do do 62.99 ■ 

do do i3i>59' 

do do J 67.84. 

do do 72.01. 

do do 93'36. 

do do 126.40. 

do do 170.04 . 

do do 57-3<5- 

do do 61.35. 

do do 96.06. 

do do 192.31. 

do do 200.77. 

do do 76.42. 

do do 2C0.40. 

do do 68.75. 

do do 58.88. 

do do X91.51. 

do do 2TX.52. 

c!o do 236.98. 

do do 669.90. 



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28 

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28 
28 



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do 1,63323. 



do do 75.35 

Order entered denying motion for mandamus. 



Order and judgment of affirmance entered upon the 
lemitiitur in favor of City 

Order and judgment of affirmance entered upon the 
remittitur in uivor of City 



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Order entered confirming report of Commissioners of 
Estimate 

Order entered confirming report of Commissioners of 
Estimate 

Transcript of judgment certified to the Comptroller at 
$1,586.03 

Transcript of judgment certified to the Comptroller 
at $19,484.63 

Order entered dircontinuing action without costs. . . . 



Judgment entered in favor of plainiifl without costs. . 

Order entered substituting Samuel Schrednecky as 
defendant in place of Harriot 



By consent. 

Upon motion. 

By consent. 

Tried : verdict for plaintiff. 

Without trial ; upon offer. 

Argued at Appellate Division. 

By consent. 



Without trial ; 


no defense 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


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do 


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Argued before Pryor, J. 



Transcript of judgment in favor of plaintiff for $83.10 

certified to the Comptroller 

Transcript of judgment in favor of plaintiff for $25 

certified to the Comptroller 

Transcript of judgment certified to the Comptroller 

at $3,600 

Transcript of judgment certified to the Comptroller 

at $8,040 



Argued at Court of Appeals. 

do do 

Hearings held before the Commissioners. 

do do 

Argued at Appellate Division. 

Without trial : upon offer. 

By consent. 

Tried. 

Motion made before O'Gorman, J. 

Without trial ; upon offer, 
do do 

do do 

do do 



256 



Schedule 3 — 



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TBR 

Fouo. 

5» 438 

5« 350 

54 376 

54 450 

54 4x3 

54 4x8 

54 364 

54 436 

54 4x4 

54 4x6 

54 413 

54 418 

54 a8 

54 4x9 

54 417 

54 305 

54 4x7 

54 415 

54 416 

47 X09 

49 339 



53 366 

53 445 

50 3x7 

5a 318 

50 27a 

53- 40a 

53 401 

53 »62 

53 42 

54 446 
54 447 
54 445 
54 445 
54 448 
54 442 
54 443 
54 444 
54 443 
54 431 
54 43» 
54 343 
54 444 
54 430 
54 442 
54 396 
54 396 
54 393 

54 338 

55 21 

48 324 

35 79 

44 449 

48 389 

54 389 

53 283 

SO 470 



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Mary C. Doran 

Charles T. Shirmer 

Patrick Marron 

Isaac Sommers et al 

Benjamin F. Kraft 

John A. Hardiman 

Bessie Matthews 

Luke Lynch 

Lewis M. Scheuer 

Henry Steinhardt 

Danial Corduke 

Frederick M. Czaki 

Vincenzo Dantanio 

Henry L. Cohen 

B.Benjamin Schi£F 

Frederick Herrmann 

Henry Venino 

John Birkhoefer 

William Lubbert and another, 

Joseph B.Sullivan 

Walter R. White 



Matter of Margaret Wagner. 



Matter of Frederick W. Mor 
ton and Joseph W. Sandfoi d 

The Board of Supervisors ot 
Westchester County 

Henry Wilcox vs. John 
Jeroloman et al 



Causs of Action. 



For rebate of excise license fee . 



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Summons only served 

Dams^es by reason of accumulation of water 
pending the regulating and jading of 9th 
ave., from 2ozst st. to Kingsbndge rd., 1894. . 

For an award for damages in the matter of 
opening East 156th St., from Railroad to Elton 
ave., 23d Ward 

For an award made for damages in the matter 
of grading 91st st 

Summons only served 



People ex rel. International 
Navigation Co. vs. The 
Tax Commissioners 

Frank Gass 



John M. Hicks 

James M. Constable et al. 



Joseph Wadick 



James Bien 

Oscar Wolf 

Herman Liebman 

Isidor Schoenbei*g 

Herman Blohme 

Tohann August Bachman . . . . 

Soloman A. Arons 

Ludwig Fancredi 

Ralph Sicoulfi 

Jacob Runkei . . . 

Giuffrida Antonino 

Louis Rosenblum 

Jacob Adier 

Edward Vincent 

Samuel Adier 

George Philippi 

William Hojes 

Thomas Farrell 

(ilise Blaurock 

Elizabeth M. Crosby 



To restrain Consumers' Fuel, Gas, Heat and 
Power Co. Irom laying pipes, etc., in the 
streets and avenues of New York City 

Certiorari to review assessment of relator's 
real estate for 1896 



For services as Assessor, Town of Westchester, 
from Mar. i to Sept. x, 1895 

For services as Assessor, Town of Westchester, 
from Mar. 1 to Sept. 1, 1895 

For rent of Rooms 1004 and 1005, Constable 
Building, No. 11 1 5th ave., for Special Com- 
missioner of Jurors 

Salary as Police Justice, Village of South Mount 
Vernon 

For rebate of excise license fee 



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Claim. 



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»5 


152 


74 


166 66 


46 


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19 72 


148 65 


77 


26 


78 


91 


103 


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52 


60 


25 


54 


199 


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X58 


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75 90 


92 05 


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57 


66 


37 


3,000 


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■ • • • 






Matter of Christian Eichhoni 

Matter of Mary E. O'Shaugh- 

nessy 

Patrick O'Connell 



Stephen Twohig. 



Albert Reitman, 



Ambrose K. Ely 

Jeremiah R. Byron and ano. 



For property at Madison and Pike sts., taken 
for school purposes 

Award for damages in the matter of opening 
Beach ave 

Award for damages in the matter of opening 
East 137th st 

Summons only served 



To foreclose lien for labor performed under 
contract for constructing heating apparatus 
in Grammar Schools Nos. 48 and 34 

For rebate of excise license fee 



To recover assessment paid for regulating, grad- 
ing, flagging and curbing 

Amount due under contract with Village ot 
William sbridge, for constructing sewers and 
other public works 



189 00 



329 43 





15,000 


00 


600 


00 


600 


00 


1,149 99 



375 00 



14 


79 


17 


75 


82 


55 


39 90 


22 


19 


172 


13 


37 


71 


20 


22 


44 


36 


43 


74 


81 


57 


155 


40 


60 


05 


89 


90 


170 


76 


83 


29 


163 


70 


77 


26 


30 41 


12.541 


56 


839 


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190 00 

85 49 
262 90 

20,900 37 



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Date. 



1897. 
June 



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How Done. 



Transcript of judgement certified at $99. 33 

do do 196.84 

do do 178.22 

do ' do X95.05 

do do 66.33 

do do 4X.85 

do do 39.4X 

do do 169.38 

do do 97>7t 

do do 99-44 

do do 133.49 

do do 73.87 

do do 43.53 

do do 330.76 

do do 179-34 

do do 9363 

do do 112.59 

do do 36.37 

do do 86.44 

Order entered discontinuing action without costs. ... 

Judgment entered dismissing complaint with $47.50 

costs , 

Order entered directing payment of the award to the 
petitioner 

Order entered directing payment of the award to the 

petitioner 

Order entered discontinuing action without costs 

do do 

Transcript of judgment for costs certified to the 
Comptroller at $56.77 

Transcript of judgment for costs certified to the 
Comptroller at $318.40 

Transcript of judgment certified to the Comptroller at 
$318.40 , 

Transcript of judgment certified to the Comptroller at 
$1,176.44 

Transcript of judgment certified to the Comptroller at 

$119.31 

Transcript of judgment certified at $32.59 

do do 35.87 

do do 104.X9 

do do 58*17 

do do 40.03 

do do 190.50 

do do 55*98 

do do 38.34 

do do 62.67 

do do 63.03 

do do 100.34 

do do X75-55 

do do 80.5Z 

do do X08.59 

do do X89.13 

do do I0I.03 

do do 18X.43 

do do 94'99 

do do 48.29 

Transcript of judgment certified to the C jmptroller at 

$13,087.56 

Order entered directing payment of the award to 

petitioner 

Order entered directing payment of the award to 

petitioner 

Order and judgment entered dismissing action for 

lack of prosecution 

Judgment entered distributing fund 

Transcript of judgment certified at $105.49 

Transcript of judgment certified to the Comptroller at 
$263.90 

Transcript of judgment certified to the Comptroller at 
$x4iO0o 



Remarks. 



Without trial ; no defense. 

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By consent. 
Argued at Appellate Division. 



After hearing before a referee \ 

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By consent, 
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Argued at Court of Appeals. 

Without trial ; upon offer, 
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Without trial ; 


no defense. 


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Without trial ; 


upon offer. 



Hearings held before referee. 

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Upon motion ; before Truax, J. 
Tried ; City not interested. 

Without trial ; no defense. 
Without trial ; upon offer. 
Without trial ; compromised. 



258 



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53 406 



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Title. 



Harry L. Horton. 



Thomas J. Patten and ano., 

executors, etc 

Patrick Collins 



Peter Weber 

Edw. J. Dwyer 

Antonio Langano 

John Schaum 

Carrie Gorisch 

Jacob Stahl, Jr 

William Dowlinfi: 

August Marschall and ano. . . 

Frederick M. Kloppenberg. . . 

Patrick J. Corbally 

Anton Kopec 

Adam Dreher 

Mary Lilientkal, administra- 
trix, etc 

Adam Knoll 

John D. Ronner 

Mary G. Cryan 

Henry Budleman, executor, 
etc 

Catherine Reilly 



Chairles Kilpatrick, 
Stephen Taepfer... 



Cause of Action. 



To recover portion of rent for premises Nos. 

240J, 2403 and 2405 Third ave., for June, 1896 
To recover portion of rent for premises No<. 

2401, 2403 and 2405 Third ave., for June, 1896 
For rebate of excise license fee 



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Jane M. L. Crosby, executrix, 
etc 

People ex rel. Geo. Weideke 
vs. The Board of Police 
Commissioners 

Michael Farrell 

Herman Goldstein, assignee 
oi Thomas F. McDonald.. 

James Moran vs. Theodore 
Roosevelt et al.. Police 
Commissioners 

Adolph Flissner 



do do 

do do 

do do 

To recover amount paid as assessment for ziothi 

St. outlet sewer, from 5th ave. to Harlem river 
To recover amount paid as assessment for 

regulating and grading ist ave., from 92d to 

109th ft 

For rebate of excise license fee 

For premises leased to Village of Wakefield for 

fire purposes 

For award for taking premises for Madison st. 

school site 

Certiorari to review the dismissal of relator 

from the Police force 

For rebate of excise license fee 

For salary as Clerk to Court of Special Sessions 

and disbursements made while clerk 

Injunction to restrain interference with parade 

of Irish Volunteers 



James J. Kieman , 
Delia Malloy 



For rebate of excise license fee. 



Robert Stafford Newton. 

John Finnerty 

Robert H. Baird 



The Eastern Brewing Co. . . . 

Robert Mclnnes 

William E. Green 

Christopher Purcell 

Frank Domer 

Moritz Kaufman 

George Lynch 

J. H. Mohlman Co 

Peter Donnelly 

Louis Weber 

John Bogner 

Max J. Foss 

Patrick McMahon 

John Plunkett 

Florence Rosenblum 

Humboldt Foss 

Esther G. Grifenhagen 

Carrie B . Grifenhagen 

Simon P. Flannery 

In the matter of the Board of 

Education 

Samuel Dwight Brewster . . 



Damages for loss of services of Gertrude Kier- 
nan 

Damages for personal injuries sustained in 
slipping upon ice on sidewalk in Washington 
ave., bet. 173d and 174th sts 

For services as Medical Expert in Insanity in 
case of William J. Koener and others 

For salary as Driver in Street Cleaning Depart- 
ment, from Apr. 26 to Dec. 3, Z894 

Damages to horse and buggy at Central Bridge, 
Harlem river and 155th St., Oct. 28, 1896 

For rebate of excise license fee 



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James McCabe 



To acquire title to land on the southeast cor. of 
Hubert and Collister sts. for school purposes 

Damages to boiler caused by an employee ot 
Department of Public Works | 

Damages for personal injuries received on Feb 
28, Z894, at dock at 129th st. and North river, 
while driving cart of Street Cleaning Depart- 
ment 



Claim. 



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90 42 

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3,238 00 



277 


52 


75 


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8.425 


23 


17Z 95 
665 46 


68 


75 


20,000 


00 


5,000 


00 


5,662 


00 


36 


00 


300 


00 


54 99 


59 


90 


77 
86 


57 
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46 


75 
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91 
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34 
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91 


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66 


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67 


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5.000 


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Date. 



1897. 


June 


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How Done. 



Transcript of judgment certified to the Comptroller at 
$511.61 

Transcript of judgment certified to the Comptroller at 
$229.97 

Transcript of judgment certified at $115.63 



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170.84 


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do do 116.36 

do do 125.68 

do do 167.05 

Transcript of judgment certified to the Comptroller at 

$772.07 

Transcript of judgment certified to the Comptroller at 
I3.238 



Transcript of judgment certified at $304. 11 

Transcript of Jud^iment certified to the Comptroller at 

*93-97 

Transcript of judgment certified to the Comptroller at 

$8.798.95 _ 

Order entered reinstating relator with costs 



Transcript of judgment certified at $ir;o.^j 

Transcript of judgment certified to the Comptroller at 

$855x1 

Judgment entered dismissing complaint with $77-50 
costs 



Transcnpt of judgment certified at $123.32 



Transcript of judgment certified to the Comptroller at 
$400. 



Transcript of judgment certified to the Comptroller at 
$350 



Transcript of judgment certified to the Comptroller at 

$1,765 

Transcript of judgment certified to the Comptroller at 

$56.26 

Order entered discontinuing action without costs. . . . 





Remarks. 


Without trial ; 


upon offer. 


do 


do 


Without trial ; 


no defense. 


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Without trial ; 


upon offer. 



do 



do 



Transcript of judgment certified at $75.66. 

do do 82.68. 

do do 80.25. 

do do 9S35> 

do do 97'4^. 

^o do 74.83. 

do do 64.15. 

do do 227.73. 

do do 103.03. 

do do 131. 19. 

do do 190.60. 

do do 114.78. 

do do 170.80. 

do do 126.96. 

do do 24.96. 

do do 28. 39 . 

do do 42.28. 

do do ^5.55. 

do do 88.44. 



Without trial ; no defense. 
Without trial ; upon offer. 

do do 

Argued at Appellate Division. 



Without trial ; no defense. 

Tried before Freedman, J., and jury. 

Plaintiff defaulted on trial of action. 



Without trial ; no defense. 
Without tnal ; compromised, 
do do 

do do 

Without trial ; no defense. 
By consent. 
Without trial ; no defense. 



Order entered confirming the report of the Commb- 

sioners of Estimate 

Transcript of judgment certified to the Comptroller at 

$14113 

Judgment entered in favor of City dismissing com- 
plaint with costs 



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Hearings held before Commissioners 

Without trial ; upon ofifer. 

Tried before McAdam, J., and jury. 



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Schedule 3 



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Fouo. 



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54 64 
54 29s 
54 63 

54 293 

54 894 

54 293 

54 294 
53 X70 

55 117 
55 116 
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55 127 



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Title. 



In the matter of the Board of 
Education 



Peter Doelger 

New York Brewers Co 

The Henry Elias Breweries 
Co 

The H. Clausen & Son Brew- 
eries Co 

Valentine P. Snyder et al., 
rGCdVdTf etc ■•••••• ■•••••• 

Rubsam & Horman Brewing 
Co 

Peter Doelger 

Joseph F. Starrett 



Cause oe Action. 



To acquire title to lands on the north side of 
xi9tn St. and south side of isoth St., bet. 2d 

and 3d aves., for school purposes 

For rebate of excise license fee 

do do ••■ 

do do 



Henry A. Gumbleton , 

Edward Cahill 

Patrick M. Haverty. . 



People ex rel. Bradish John- 
son vs. A. P. Fitch, Comp- 
troller 

People ex rel. Frederick Pot- 
ter, as administrator, etc , 
vs. A. P. Fitch, Comptroller 

People ex rel. Joseph W. 
Duryee vs. A. P. Fitch, 
Comptroller 

People ex rel. Charles R. 
Forrest vs. A. P. Fitch, 
Comptroller. 

People ex rel. Wra. Mitchell 
vs. A. P. Fitch, Comptroller 



James De Carlo. 
William Smith . . 



Matter of Edmund E. John- 
son 



The Mayor, etc. vs. John 
Best and John O'Reilly... 

John Walsh 

Mary Walsh 



Matter of Board of Docks. . . 



Ferdinand Herder vs Harriot, 

Property Clerk, etc 

Henry Pundt 

William H.Kerr 

Lugi Taddio 

Amelia P. Willis 

J.J.Higgins 

Philip Mertz 



William J.Kinnaird 



Matter of Board of Educa- 
tion 



do 
do 
do 



do 
do 
do 



do do 

For salary as Overseer of the Poor, Town of 

Westchester, Oct. i, 1894, to Apr. 1, x8a6. . . . 
For salary as Assessor in the City of New 

York, from Nov. i to Dec. 31, 1815 

For salary as Assessor in the City of New 

York, from Nov. i to Dec. 31, 1895 

For salary as Assessor in the City of New 

York, from Nov. 1 to Dec. 31, 1895 

Mandamus to compel Comptroller to pay the 

amount of assessment paid for opening isth 



ave. 



Mandamus to Compel Comptroller to pay the 
amount of asse.<sment paid for opening 12th 



ave. 



Mandamus to compel Comptroller to pay the 
amount of assessment paid for opening x2tR 



ave. 



Mandamus to compel Comptroller to pay the 
amount of assessment paid for opening xath 



ave. 



Mandamus to compel Comptroller to pay the 
amount of assessment paid for opening 12th 



ave. 



John F. Hand. 



Charles Buck vs. Charles H. 
T. Collis. Commissioner of 
Public Works 

James A. Striker 



Elsworth L. Striker 

Edward W.Taft 

James M. Constable et al. . . . 



George Phillips, Jr. 



For services rendered as Deputy Sberiflf of 
Town of Westchester 

For services rendered as Constable, Town of 
Westchester, and mileage 

To vacate sales for unpaid taxes of property in 
the City of New York, formerly Town of 
Eastchester, Westchester County 

For value of 92 pieces blue-stone bridge-stone, 
appropriated by defendants on Aug. 28, 1896. 

Summons only served 

do do , 

To acquire title to the land, lands under water, 
uplands, etc., etc., Bathune and West 12th 
sts., and bet. West st. and 13th ave 

To recover certain chattels valued at $300. ... 

For rebate of excise license fee 

do do 

do do ! 

do do I 

do do 

For services rendered as Attendant in Bellevuel 

Hospital, Sept . Oct., Nov., 1896 | 

For services rendered as Attendant in Bellevuel 

Hospital, Sept., Oct., Nov., 1896 j 

To acquire title to land on northerly side of 
20th St., bet. 2d and 3d aves., for school 

purposes 

To recover amount for desks, chairs, carpets, 
etc., etc., supplied to School District No. 4, 

Village of Wakefield, on May 27, 1895 

To restrain interference with gratings over area 
in front of plaintiff's premises 

To recover amount paid for assessment for 
opening 12th ave 

To recover amount paid for assessment for 
opening 12th ave 

To recover amount paid for assessment for 
opening 12th ave 

For rent of room in building, $1,005, Jan., Feb., 
Mar. and Apr., 1897, for use of Special Com- 
missioner of Jurors 

For rebate of excise license fee 



Claim. 



$7x6 xo 
308 25 

687 14 

389 04 

493 74 
407 04 

X.MS 47 
235 00 

583 33 

583 33 

583 33 

3,2x2 65 

827 36 

2."3 55 
950 00 

X,38o 12 






24 f5 
49 90 

683 S3 



50 87 

166 91 

22 75 

67 28 

8 21 

X35 00 



120 


00 


125 


35 


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90 


1.440 


02 


3.41X 


90 


766 67 


X64 


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26l 



{Continued). 



Date. 





1897. 


J 


une 


23 






21 






21 






21 






21 






21 






21 






21 






21 






21 






21 






21 






21 



I <( 



<4 

{4 



21 



21 



21 



21 



21 



21 



21 



24 

25 
25 

25 



25 





28 




28 




28 




28 




28 




28 



28 
28 

30 

30 

30 
30 
30 
30 

30 



How Done. 



Remarks. 



Order entered confirming the report of the Commis- Hearings held before Commissioners 
sioners of Estimate 



Order entered discontinuing action without costs ... . 
do do .... 

do do . . . . 



do 
do 
do 



do 
do 
do 



By consent, 
do 
do 

do 

do 

do 

do 



do do . . 

Transcript of judgment certified to the Comptroller at Without trial ; upon offer. 

$304-12 I 

Transcript of judgment certified to the Comptroller at, do do 

<547.4i 

Transcript of judgment certified to the Comptroller at 

#47-41 

Transcript of judgment certified to the Comptroller at 

$104.50.... 

Order entered granting writ of mandamus 



do do 

do do 

Upon motion ; no opposition. 



do 



do 



do 



do 



do 



do 



do 



do 



do 



do 



do 



do 



do 



do 



do 



do 



Transcript of judgment certified to the Comptroller at 

*24-I5; 

Transcript of judgment certified to the Comptroller at 

<^4Q-9o 

Order vacating sale certified to the Comptroller.... .. {By consent. 



V/ithout trial ; upon offer, 
do do 



Transcript of judgment certified to the Comptroller at 

$98.58 

Order entered discontinuing action without costs 

do do do 



Order entered confirming the report of the Commis- 
sioners of Appraisal 



Action dropped as against the City 



Transcript of judgment certified at $71.32 

do do 188.69 

do do 42.1Z 

do do 88.05 

do do 37-94 

Transcript of judgment certified to the Comptroller at 

$X99-I3 

Transcript of judgment certified to the Comptroller at 

$163.64 

Order entered confirming the report of the Commis- 
sioners of Estimate 



Transcript of judgment certified to the Comptroller at 
i"S.35 



Transcript of judgment certified to the Comptroller at 
#726.51 



Order of Interpleader entered relieving City from fur- 
ther liability 

Order of Interpleader entered relieving City from fur- 
ther liability , 

Order of Interpleader entered relieving City from fur- 
ther liability 

Transcript of judgment certified to the Comptroller at 

#76987 

Order entered discontinuing action without costs.... 



Argued at Appellate Division. 

By consent, 
do 

Hearings held before the Commissioners. 



By consent. 

Without trial ; no defense. 

do do 

do do 

do do 

do do 

Without trial ; upon offer. 

do do 

Hearings held before the Commissioners. 

Without trial ; upon offer. 

Argued at Appellate Division. 

Upon consent. 

do 

do 
Without trial ; upon offer. 

By consent. 






262 



Schedule 3— 



51 359 

54 383 

54 188 

54 384 

54 144 

51 177 

5x 531 

51 182 

54 478 

54 328 

51 284 

54 435 

54 446 

54 ^9 

53 95 

50 193 



54 


360 




54 


489 




54 


499 




54 


501 




54 


501 




54 


499 




54 


450 




54 


487 




54 


500 




54 


500 




54 


489 




54 


488 




54 


488 




54 


449 




54 


142 


( i 


5X 


321 




51 


257 




55 


ZOI 


• 4 



57 388 

53 437 

54 394 
54 466 
54 455 
54 459 
54 470 
54 470 
54 448 

54 466 

54 363 

54 409 

54 435 

54 88 

54 460 

54 457 

54 462 

54 4^2 

■4 461 



Regis- 






ter 


Court. 


Folio. 




54 


269 


Supreme . . . . 


54 


306 


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54 


360 


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54 


452 






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54 


285 


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47 


339 


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49 


468 


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53 


369 


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55 


2 


• . . • 


49 


476 


• • • • 


53 


379 


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• . . • 




Mon'tz Kaufman. . . . 

Frank Dormer 

William E. Green... 
Robert Mclnness. . . 
Eastern Brewmg Co 
Christopher Purcell. 
Magdalena Bohm... 



James Rogers vs O'Brien 
et at., Dock Commissioners, 
gtc ■ ...•..*• 

John T.Farley 



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Edward J. H.Tamsen. 



People ex rel. John H. Con- 
way vs. The Commissioners 
of Taxes and Assessments. 

Robert Goelet and another. . . 



Claim. 



For rebate of excise license fee 

do do 

do do 

do do 

do do 

do do 

Damages for personal injuries by falling down 
embankment on Convent ave., bet. 127th and 

128th sts. 

To restrain iriterference with pla'ntiff's occu- 
pancy of strips of land east of the bulkhead, 

bet. i32d and iq3d sts., North river 

For amount paid lor repairing leak in water- 
mains in front of premises 70th st. and Am- 
sterdam ave., on Oct. 7, 1897 

To recover amount ot counsel fees incurred in 
defending plaintiff on charges preferred Apr. 

22, 1896 

Mandamus to compel reinsta*ement of relator 
to position of Deputy Tax Commissioner. . . . 



$56 


02 


79 


75 


77 57 


59 90 


54 99 


86 


04 


10,000 


00 



Retnhardt Eschmann. 

Adolph Lucker 

Louis Wendel, Jr. . . . 
Joseph H. Decker. . . . 
Charles Masterson... 
Thomas J. McCarthy. 

Henry Weiss 

Fannie M.Mayer.... 
Edwin F. Roberts. . . . 
Anthony A. Schafer. . 
William W. Strasser. 
William Zimmerman. 
William L.Walden... 
Herman Weissing. . .. 
Warren Doty 



Matter of Board of Education 

William Walsh 

Joseph Kahn 

. James Hughes 

. Jules Brupbacker 

. August Hauselmann 

. iPeter Geeks 

. |Virgie R. Gazzo 

. ! Edmond }. Kenney 

.; Henry J.Tietgen 

John Klinger 

Simon Bruion 

Morris Dietsch 

Henry Meyer 

Frank O'Brien 

Patrick J. Donohue 

William C.Jordan 

David Stevenson Brewing Co. 

Susie T. Lyons 



. Robert Boyd 

Peter C.Gillings. 



Karl Zimmermann 

. I John R. Nugent 

. tjacob Hoffman Brewing Co. 

. I A dam Gcctz 

. August Quick 

Charles Buschmann 

The J. Chr. G. Hupfel Brew- 
ing Co 

Charles Hartman 

John Hoffman 

Thomas J. Waters 

Lawrence W. McGrath 

Bertha Scharney 

Louis L. Seligman 

Louis Korndorfer 

Jacob Schnatz 

Jacob Spi'zer 

Bernard Conlan 



For an award made for property 

sr. , taken for a school site 

For rebate of excise license fee .... 



on Carmine 



do 

do 

do 

do 

l^O 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

For services rendered Town of Wchtchester as 

Keeper of Unionporr Bridge 

To acquire title to property for a school site on 

Hubert and Collister sts 

For rebate of excise license fee , . . 



do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 



To compel specific performance of contract fori 

sale of land by College of City of New York . I 

To restrain sale of premises No. 30 Elm street I 

lor non-payment of taxes of 1872 j 

To foreclose hen under contract of C. Nally for' 

erecting Primary School No. 38 I 

For rebate of excise license fee | 

do do 

do do ! 

do do ' 

do do I 

do do I 

do do I 



do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 



24 25 



6,337 47 



15,000 00 

»43 52 
X08 29 

30 82 
178 88 

33 83 

'3 70 
119 17 

67 76 

105 75 
1x2 8S 

181 53 
16s 75 

12 05 

177 40 
285 91 



38 


• • 

31 


58 96 


170 


54 


24 


10 


28 


90 


53' 


69 


27 


40 


182 


18 


152 


45 


14 


92 


23 


68 


18 


89 


46 


02 


95 


35 


6 08 


372 


33 


3.026 


54 


8,OOD 


CO 


235 


00 


135 07 


78 


52 


4:^1 


47 


75 


00 1 


107 40 


53 42 


110 


14 


iS 08 


21 


64 


152 


73 


82 


74 


516 


62 


109 


15 


264 


43 


698 37 


94 


86 



263 



Tn.n«,ip,ofjudgo.=B 


do 
do 
do 

in flTOr 


t7,.,J.... 




dS 
d^ 
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Tried hefore F 
Widioul trial 

do 
do 

d° 

d^ 
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Hearing, held 

Without trial 
do 
do 

d^ 

do 

J: 
1 
1 

Entered OD CO 

Without trial 
do 

1 

do 
do 
do 






































pl2^^?ffcVrii(i.d-w 




Older .nd JudKn,lu.t 


Ihe at" 
certified t 

cenified . 


t ealered u 


ponthe 


Court of Appeal 


TraOKHplofjudgniel. 


the Conpt 


roller al 


upon offer. 


TranKriptofjudgmen 


the CoiDpt 


■oiler at 


do 


Judgment entered dii 




reed.a„.(.^c, 


IVMiKrip. of judgme 


I la favor 

do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 

do 

do 
do 


0fpI«Bliff 


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upon oSer. 
























































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oortific^d «>^Btrol 
Order entered c-nfirou 


pl^lJ'fcr 


("BS.97 


upon offer. 


ng the rep 


ion of the ComiDii- 


before the Comm 


Tramcripi o( jui^inen 


certified 
do 
do 
do 

do 
do 

dd 
do 

ifflenifie 

certified 

do 

do 
do 
do 

do 

do 
do 

r. 

do 
do 








,j^ls- 




do 


















































































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do 










Jo 
DBCr«infavo,olpUiti 

Order entered diKonli 

do 

Tranictipt of judgmeB 


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264 



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" "87 


SS"«"S;,"'."".'.''" 






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for salary as Cily Mogiitraie for June, 1897. . 
da do . . 


S5 'B4 






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54 4(17 


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265 



3 TranKript af judgmfinT certified « $ij6.yi 



ctnTfied ID the Coaiplroller .V 

iseript of iudgmenl cntlfied at t!63.!4 



lanscripl of judgincnt in tavor of plaintiff 
nati^pi al migmtot in faior of pladDtiff for (598.31 
ramrnpl of juil^eiit in fivor of plaintifi for ij'^.3) 



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I'ithout trial ; upon ofier. 



266 



Schedule 3— 



Regis- 
ter 
Folio. 

54 481 

54 493 

54 99 

54 495 

54 510 

54 468 

54 146 

54 55 

54 434 

54 477 

54 477 

54 479 

54 478 

54 128 

54 317 
40 21 

55 223 
45 445 
53 378 

53 58 

53 231 

53 395 
45 516 

54 327 
54 308 



55 
55 
55 
55 
55 



97 
81 

96 

41 
42 



Court. 



Supreme 
(( 

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(( 

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(( 

(( 

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54 120 

51 71 

51 146 

54 437 

51 246 

53 121 

43 538 

55 196 
55 219 
55 234 
55 232 
55 233 
55 298 

55 139 

53 202 

52 387 

49 475 

48 203 

363 



it 



• . • 
• . • 



Title. 



Morris Franckel 

Abraham Croner 

Henry Lauscher 

Louis Decker 

Eastern Brewing Co 

Maria Sieuernagel 

William Enderman 

Charles Miller 

Philip and William Ebling 

Brewing Co 

Irving T. Warren 

Irving Labagh 

Carl Hertsclii 

John Dehn 

Charles Man 

Herman Grote 

Henry McGuire. . . . ^ 



Cause of Action. 



For rebate of excise license fee. 



William P. Mitchell. 



Eugene A. Hoflfman. 



People ex rel. Jas. P. Tucker 
vs. The Board of Police 
Commissioners 

Fourth Avenue Presbyterian 
Church 

George B. Marx 

Frank H. Sigerson ^ . 

Giacomo De Gaetano 



Consumers' Brewing Co. 

(No. 7) 

Consumers* Brewmg Co. 

(N0.8) 

Morris Asch 



David B.Gilbert. 
Charles Weiser.. 
Rachel Aronson. . 



Barney Isaacs 



George M. Brown . . . ■ 
Pellegeino Zuzzio.... 
Betty Schoenwald. . . , 
George Ehret (No. 5) , 
August H.Sievers... 
George H. Gardner . , 



Aetna Insurance Co 

Frank S. Beard 

Thomas W. Osborne 

William R. Ware 

Henry G. Marquand 

Montgomery Schuyler 

James D. Leary 

Sylvanus T. Cannon et al. ... 

Matter of Board of Education 

William A. Thacher vs. Silas 

C. Croft etal 

James Quinn 



do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 

do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 

do 
do 
de 
do 
do 
do 



Damages for personal injuries by falling on 
sidewalk at Varick and West Houston sts. . . 

For transcript of Stenographer's minutes in ac- 
tion of People vs. Koerner 

To declare void assessment for paving 23th ave. 
and to recover the amount paid 

Certiorari to review the removal of relator from 
the Police force 



To recover amount of assessment paid for pav- 
ing 22d St., from 4th ave. to Broadway 

For work performed in repairing tool-boxes, 
kettles, etc., July and August, 1^96 

For services as Stenographer in examination as 
to sanity of Peter Friedman 

Damages to plaintiff's property on 104th st 
by construction of wall, etc., in regulating 
z84lh st 

For rebate of excise license fee 



do 



do 



People ex rel. Davis Colla- 
more Co. vs. Tax Commis- 
sioners, etc 

People ex rel. Daniel Malloy 
vs. The Board of Police 
Commissioners, etc 



For services as Commissioner to inquire into 

sanity of Peter Friedman 

For services as Commis ioner to inquire into 

sanity of Peter Friedman 

For services as Commissioner to inquire into 

sanity of Peter Friedman 

For interest on award made for property taken 

for school site in H ester st 

For interest on award made for property taken 

for school site in Hester st 

For rebate of excise license fee 

do do 

do do 

do do 

do do 

Damages for change of grade of Teasdale pi. . . 

For the return of certain amounts of taxes paid 
on capital stock in 1887, 1888 and 1889 

For Stenographer's notes of testimony for Court 
of General Sessions 

For copies of Stenographer's minutes furnished 
to District Attorney 

For services as an expert examining plans for 
New Hall of Records 

For services as an expert examining plans for 
New Hall of Records 

For services as an expert examining plans for 
new Hall of Records 

For extra work, etc., in sinking Ijulkhe^d wall 
south of High Bridge 

For legal services rendered to Town of West- 
chester 

To acquire title to land for school site on iiith 
and 1 12th sth 

For salary and disbursements as Temporary 
Visitor of Outdoor Poor 

Amount due under contract for paving Green- 
wich St., from Fulton st. to Battery pi 

Certiorari to review assessment on the relator's 
peisonal property for 1896 



Certiorari to review the removal of relator, as 
patrolman, from the Police force 



Claim. 



I26 84 

3889 

59 86 

12 OS 

X67 96 

61 39 

Z76 02 

Z50 00 

107 39 

58 50 
14 30 
43 29 
48 49 
92 05 
179 16 
xo,ooo 00 

X.553 93 
1,859 91 



710 71 

329 90 

38 25 

2,000 00 
9.042 46 

353 69 
150 00 
150 00 
150 00 

71 43 
112 85 

361 70 
102 22 

63 75 

1,962 18 

66 35 

S,OCX3 00 

27,904 00 

485 30 

1,295 00 
400 00 
400 00 
400 00 

32.577 59 
282 07 



206 00 j 
t6,9Xi 65 I 



267 



{^Continued). 




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Transcript of judgment certified at $45.02 



19 
19 
19 
19 
'9 
»9 
19 



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do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 





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19 


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19 


do 




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do 









do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 

do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



57-36. 

82.08 

30.12. 

197.70. 

79.73- 
207.01 . 

174 43- 
131.88, 



Remarks. 



Without trial ; no defense. 



7674 

31.79 

61.54 • 

67.62 

112.20 

208.23. . . . 



19 Transcript of judgment in favor of plaintiff for $250 

certified to the Comptroller 

Transcript of judgment in favor of plam tiff for $t,.s53 95 

certified to the Comptroller 

Transcript of judgment in favor of plaintiff for $2,585.27 

certified to the Comptroller 

21 Judgment entered directing the reinstatement of the 
relator with costs 



21 



21 



22 



22 



22 



do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


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27 
27 
27 

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27 


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31 



Transcript of judgment in favor of plaintiff for $713.71 
certified to the Comptroller 

Transcript of judgment in favor of plaintiff for $298.37 
certified to the Comptroller 

Transcript ol judgment in favor of plaintiff for $38.25 

certified to the Comptroller 

22 jTranscript of judgment in favor of plaintiff for $901.81 

I certified to the Comptroller 

22 Transcript of judgment certified to the Comptroller. . 
do do . . 

Transcript of judgment in favor of plaintiff for $171.5 

certified to the Comptroller 

Transcript of judgment in favor of plaintiff for $171.05 

certified to the Comptroller. .' 

Transcript of judgment in favor of plaintiff for $171.55 

certified to the Comptroller 

Transcript of judgment in favor of plaintiff for $59.11 

certified to the Comptroller 

Transcript of judgment in favor of plaintiff* for $82.24 

cer.ified to the Comptroller. 

Transcript of judgment certified at $381.40 

do do 143-^1 

do do Z14.5Z 

do do 1,908.31 

Order entered discontinuing action without costs 

Judgment entered sustaining demurrer and dismissing 

complaint with $48.50 costs 

Transciipt of judgment in favor of plaintiff for $30,659.- 

58 certified to the Comptroller 

Transcript of judgment in favor of plaintiff for $485.30 

certified to the Comptroller 

Transcript of judgment in favor of plaintiff for $1,2^5.00 

certified to the Comptroller 

30 jTran cript of judgment in favor of plaintiff for $400.87 

certified to the Comptroller 

Transcript of judgment in favor of plaintiff for $400.87 

certified to the Comptroller 

Transcript of judgment in favor of plaintiff for $400.87 

certified to the Comptroller 

Transcript of judgment in favorof plaintiff for $23,293.- 

20 certified to the Comptroller 

Transcript of judgment in favor of plaintiff for $282.07 

certified to the Comptroller , 

Order entered confirmmg the report of the Commis- 
sioners of Estimate 

Order entered discontinuing action without costs 



Upon offer ; after trial. 
Without trial ; upon offer. 

do do 

Argued at Appellate Division. 

"Without trial ; upon offer. 



do 
do 
do 



do 
do 
do 



Without trial ; no defense. 



do 



do 



Without trial ; upon offer. 



do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Without trial ; 
do 
do 
do 


no defense, 
do 
do 
do 


By consent. 

Argued before Pryor, J. 



31 



Transcripts of judgments in favor of plaintiff" for $19,- 
066.14 and $97.30 certified to the Comptroller 

Judgment of affirmance entered in favor of respondents 
and lor $93.50 costs. 



Judgment entered affirnung proceedings of respondents 
with $63. 50 costs •• 



Argued at the Court of Appeals. 
Without trial ; upon offer. 



do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



Hearings held before the Commissioners. 
By consent. 

Argued at Appellate Division, 
do do 



do 



do 



19 



263 



Schedule 3 — 



Regis- 
ter 
Folio. 



53 848 
44 18 
44 29 
44 30 
44 28 
44 31 
44 32 

54 S08 

54 506 

54 505 

54 504 

54 500 

54 507 

54 507 
53 J86 

53 185 

55 327 
55 326 
55 325 
55 44 

54 182 
54 176 
54 «79 
54 453 
54 345 

54 324 
53 7 

55 177 
55 175 



Court. 



Supreme 



55 


200 




55 


201 


tt 


55 


III 


<i 


55 


158 


(< 


55 


78 


(( 


55 


212 


«< 


55 


226 


t( 


55 


2o5 


(( 


52 


210 


(( 


55 


45 


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55 


190 


it 


54 
51 
55 


523 

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54 
54 


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Charles A. Winch 

Hartford Insurance Co 

Otient Insurance Co 

Phoenix Insurance Co 

National Fire Insurance Co. . 
Security Insurance Co 



Springfield Fire and Marine 
Insurance Co 

Monroe Eckstein Brewing 
Co 

John F. Meyer 

David Mayer Brewing Co. . . 

F. & M. Schaefer Brewing Co. 

Conrad Stein 

Obermeyer & Lieberman. . . . 

JohnJ.Gilligetal 

George H. B. Mitchell 



Cause of Action. 



For services of Commissioners to inquire into 

lunacy of Joseph Borelli 

To recover back amount of certain taxes for 

1886, 1837, i883and 1889 

To recover back aniount of certain taxes tor 

1886, 1887, 1888 and 1889 

To recover back amount of certain taxes for 

1886, 1887. 1888, and 1889 

To recover back amount of certain taxes for 

1886, 1887. 1888 and 1889 

To recover back amount of certain taxes for 

1886, 1887, 1888 and 1889 

To recover back amount of certain taxes for 

1886, X887, 1888 and 1889 

For rebate of excise license fee 



James £. Nichols 
Job E. Hedges . . . 



Clarence W. Meade. 



Joseph Pool 



Joseph P. Hall 



Frank G. Whitney 

Hugh Quigley 

Frederick Brinkama 

Frank J. Gallagher 

Walter T. Field 

Helen N. Richter 

People ex rel. Henry W. 
Monroe vs. The Comp- 
troller 

People ex rel. John Deppler 
vs The Comptroller 

People ex rel. Znchariah 
Jaques and ano. vs. The 
Comptroller 

Geo. W. Turner as receiver, 
etc., of New York Recorder 

William Stapleton 



do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



For coffee, etc., sold to Department of Chari 
ties and Correction 

For coffee, etc., sold to Department of Chari- 
ties and Correction 

For salary as City Magistrate for July, 1097. . . 



do 
do 



do 
do 



I James Cox 

I 

Augustus Smith, 



'Matter of Aloert Tilt. 



lilackstone National Bank ol 
I Boston 



The J. A.Nohlstedt Lumber 

I and Coal Co 

Joseph F. Barnard 



Richard M. Raven, 



The Health Department, etc , 

I vs. Domenico Rovegus. . . . 

William E. J. Legessi 



Michael J. Lawlor 

lAdolph Sewaldt 

Union 1 rangier and Storage 

Company 

George Ehret 

i David M ay er Bre wmg Co . . . 

Jacob kuppert 

India Wharf Brewing Co. . . . 



For repairing underground electric circuits for 

supplying electric Tight at Central Islip 

For rebate of excise license fee 

do do 

do do 

do do 

do do I 

do do ' 

Mandamus to compel refund of amount paid for 

12th ave. opening 

1 
iMandamu> to compel refund of amount paid forj 

I i2th ave. opening , 

I Mandamus to compel refund of amount pjid forj 

i2th ave. opening ' 

I 

For advertising for Village of South Mount i 
Vernon ' 

For work done for Town of Westche-tcr, re 
pairing bridges, highways, etc 

Salary as Justice of the Peace, Town of West- 
chester, m 1894 and 1895 

For amount due C. W. Hait Co. for erection of' 
roal conveyer at new high service wor;<s of 
Croton Aqueduct 

For an award made in the matter ot change of' 
grade of Macomb's Dam road 

For amount due Ne^' York and Wesichcstcrj 
Water Company for water furnished Town 
of Williamsbridge 1 

To recover rental of fire-hydrants in Village of 
Wakefield and for water lurnishcd 

To recover amount of assessment paid lorregu- 
latine Brock and Webster aves 

To recover amount of asse-sment paid for 
Morningside ave. regulating, etc., Irom iioth 
to 123d St 

Condemnation of building at No. 14 Roosevelt 
St 

For transcript of Stenographer's minutes in 
People vs. Weinberg, furnished to Commis- 
sioners 

For rebate of excise license fee 

do do 

For services rendered for College of the City 
of N ew York 

For rebate of excise license fee 

do do 

do do 

do do 



Claim. 



^50 00 

15.153 36 

1,443 ox 

667 46 

469 88 

1,701 64 

i»954 37 
93 60 

Z47 26 

414 53 
566 7f 

239 59 

31 51 

47 " 

1. 959 01 

6.585 04 

583 33 

583 33 

583 33 

zoo CO 

3 70 
M 79 
44 93 
14 25 
26 30 

147 '7 

722 lO 



583 30 

365 00 I 

I 

158 30 1 

21 CO • 

365 20 
6,248 00 

1,900 00 
1,040 00 

2,998 36 

196 00 

58 20 



57 75 

39 90 
24 30 

953 97 
160 13 

151 37 
61 37 



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How Done. 



Transcript of ya<Ag;nien\. in favor of plaintifl for (1^450 

certified to the Comptroller 

Transcript of judgment in lavor of plamtifiE for 

$17,476.23 certified to the Comptroller 

Transcript of judgment in favor of plaintiff for 

$1,379.33 certined to the Comptroller 

Transcript of judgment in favor of plaintiff for $804.60 

certified to the Comptroller 

Transcript of judgment in favor of plaintiff for $594.20 

certified to the Comptroller . 

Transcript of Judgment in favor of plamtiff for 

$ i ,967.5s certified to the Comptroller. 

Transcript of judgment in favor of plaintiff" for 

$1,776.36 certified to the Comptroller 

Transcript of judgment certified at $93.12 



do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



148.15- 
418.38 

570-25- 
241.04. 

3X.80. 

4761, 



Remarks. 



Without trial ; upon offer. 

Pursuant to decision in case of JExnz 

Co. 
Pursuant to decision in case of Mtaz. 

Co. 
Pursuant to decision in case of MvcOl 

Co. 
Pursuant to decision in case of iEtna 

Co. 
Pursuant to decision in case of MxxiZ 

Co. 
Pursuant to decision in case of JExaa. 

Co. 
Without trial ; no defense. 



Insurance 
Insurance 
Insurance 
Insurance 
Insurance 
Insurance 



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9 

9 

9 

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Transcript of judgm'^nt in fuvor of plaintiff for $2,050.40 

certified to the ^Comptroller 

Transcript of judgment in faver of plaintiff for $5,562.77 

certified to the Comptroller 

Transcript of judgment in favor of plaintiff for $583.33 

certified to the Comptroller 

Transcript of judgment in favrr of plaintiff for $583.33 

certified to the Comptroller 

Transcript of judgment in favor of plaintiff for $583.33 

certified to the Comptroller 

Transcript of judgment in favor of plaintiff for $130.84 

certified to the Comptroller 

Transcript of judgment certified at $22.09 
do do 
do do 
do do 
do do 
do do 
Order granting wxit of mandamus 
Comptroller 



do 
do 
do 
• do 
do 
do 
Without trial 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 



do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
upon offer. 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 



33.08..., 
63.63... 

32-57-.- 
4^.66... 

166 04. .. 

certified 



to the 



Order granting writ of mandamus certified to the 
Comptroller 

Order granting writ of mandamus certified to the 
Comptroller 



Transcript of judgment in favor of plaintiff for $158.30 
certified to the Comptroller 



Transcript of judgment in favor of plaintiff for $21 
certified to the Comptroller 



Transcript of judgment in favor of plaintiff for $295 
certified to the Comptroller 

Transcript of judgmer^t in favor of plaintiff for 
$6,558.25 certified to the Comptroller 



Without trial ; 


no defense. 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Upon motion 


; no opposiucn 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Without trial ; 


upon offer. 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 



Order directing p.nyment of the award to the petitioner 
certified to the Comptroller. 

Transcript of judgment in favor of plaintiff for $1,858.40 
certified to the Comptroller 



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Transcript of judgment in favor of plaintiff for $1,050.75 
certified to the Comptroller 

Transcript of judgment in favor of plaintiff'for $3,473.78 
certified to the Comptroller 

Transcript of judgment in favor of plaintiff for $78.40 
certified to the Comptroller 



Transcript of judgment in favor of plaintifif for $3,000 
certified to the Comptroller 

Transcript of judgment in favor of plaintiff for $58.20 
certified to the Comptroller 



Tried before a referee. 
Without trial ; upon offer. 



Transcript of judgment certified at $80.99 

do do 4°*^5 

Transcript of judgment m favor of plaintiff for $39.30 

certified to the Comptroller 

Transcript of judgment certified at $963.51 

do do 16093 

do do 153-^3 ••• 

do do 01.67 



do 
do 
do 

do 
do 



Without trial 

do 
Without trial ; 

Without trial 
do 
do 
do 



do 
do 
do 

do 
do 



no defense. 

do 
upon ofier. 

no defense. 



270 



Schedule 3 — 



Regis- 
ter 
Folio. 

54 532 

54 509 

54 503 

55 "3 

55 849 

55 228 

55 231 

53 351 

55 237 

55 229 

55 293 



Court. 



Title. 



Supreme .... F. & M. Schaefer Brewing Co. 

** ...., David Wasser 

George Ehret 

Michael J. Kirwan 



It 



47 
52 
52 
52 
52 



72 
96 
96 

97 
98 



U.S.Dist, 
Supreme , 



55 340 
(11) 360 

(11) 360 
(xi) 360 
(11) 360 
(ii) 360 
(11^ 3^ I 
(11) 360 
(ix) 360 

(11) 327 

54 513 

55 368 

50 232 

53 2r8 
52 15 

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55 281 j 
55 191 j 

54 530 I 
54 530 
54 525 
54 525 
54 524 

51 37 I 
54 535 I 
54 534 ! 
54 529 , 
54 529 I 
54 525 ■ 
54 524 
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Andrew L. Drummond. 

Frank H. Sigerson 

Daniel F. McGrory . . . . 



People ex rel. St. Joseph*? 
Institute for Deaf Mules 
vs. C. H. T. Collis, etc. . . . 

New York Evenins: Journal 
Publishing Co. vs. Frank 
Moss et at 

People ex rel. St. Nicholas 
Skating and Ice Co. vs. 
Commissioners of Taxes, 
etc 

Frank M. Olsen 



Cause of Action. 



For rebate of excise license fee 

do do 

do do 

Damages for personal injuries by falling in 

manhole, corner xo6th St., Mar. i6, 1897 

For value of horse sold to Health Department. 

For services, shadowing talesmen of jury in 

case of The People vs. James B. Duke ct al. . 
Stenographic services in examination of Nicola 

Robbie as to sanity 

For services as Constable in the Town ol 

Westchester, in 1894, 1895 and X896 

Mandamus to compel cancellation of certain 

water rents on relator's premises 



Walter T.Scheele. 
do 
do 
do 



To restrain interference with baseball bulletin 
in front of office 

Certiorari to review a<isessment on relator's 
personal property for 1897 



For 'loss of personal effects by sinking of the 

tug " Seth Low " in Erie Basin 

For services as Chemical Expert in criminal 

trials, etc 

For services as Chemical Elxpert in criminal 

trials, etc 

For services as Chemical Expert in criminal 

trials, etc 

For services as Chemical Expert in criminal 

trials, etc 

To replevy certain chattels 



Joseph Thalman vs. John F. 

Harriot 

In re John Moore |To vacate an assessment for James Slip paving. I 

I etc I 

In re Mary E. Mott jTo vacate an assessment for James Slip paving,; 

I etc I 

In re Henrietta P. Ludlam, To vacate an assessment for James Slip paving, 

executrix 1 etc j 

In re Theresa A. Fisher To vacate an assessment for James Slip paving,! 

i . , 1 etc 

In re Philip Frank |To vacate an assessment for James Slip paving, 

j etc 

In re Ellen E. Anderson . . . . iTo vacate an assessment for James S'ip paving, 

etc 

To vacate an assessment tor James Slip paving,, 

etc 

To vacate an assessment for James Slip paving, 

etc 

To vacate an assessment for James Slip paving, 

etc 

For rebate of excise license fee 



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. . . . In re Eliza N ewell 

1 

In re Acton T. Civill et al . . . 

In re Mary L. Fraser et al. . 

....James Price 

Mary D. Eden 

Vincent D. Bogart 

. . . . Thomas E. Sturgeon 

. . . . Elizabeth H. Birss 

. . . . ; Frank D. Beard 

. . . . ' Dominick Smith 

! 

. . . . Louis Edelmuth 

William C.Cary 

. . . . Louis Mosbacher 

. . . . P- ter Aerbrod 

. . . . William R. Heep. 

. . . . David M. Koehler 

' Marie Pospisil, executrix, etc. 

, .. Jacob Bloch 

, . . . Max Krueger 

Gtibtave Behrens 

. . . Lo.iis Mauser 

... Wolf Auh... 

...William Williams 

... George Ringler 

... Rosa KolLsch 



For rent of Fordham Hospital premises for 

April, May and June, 1897 

To recover amount of assessment paid for ist 

ave. regulating, etc., from 92^^ *^ 109th st . . . . 
To recover amount of assessment paid for 1st 

ave. regulating, etc., fromg^d tn i 9th st... . 
To recover amount of assessment paia lor 155th 

St. regulating, etc 

For Stenographic notes of criminal cases for; 

Court of General Sessions 

'For value of certain water- hydrants furnished 

Town of Westchester 

For rebate of excise license fee 



do 
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do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



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do 
do 
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do 
do 



Claim. 



#54 79 
17 8x 

3,633 «3 
5,000 cc 

244 50 

905 96 

163 85 

837 25 



150 CO 

750 00 

320 00 

500 CO 

5,000 00 



73 26 

1,275 cx> ; 

231 33 ' 
670 50 

169 66 
233 00 

4,660 CO 

49 31 
13 69 

22 86 

5t 77 

18 08 

127 76 

67 95 , 
9 86 

54 79 
18 08 

22 46 

39 44 ! 

86 07 I 

388 28 i 

28 49 I 



271 



{Continued). 



Date. 

1897. 
Aug. x6 
" 16 

" 16 
" 16 

" 17 

" '7 

" 17 

" 17 

" 18 

" 18 

" 18 



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20 
20 
20 

21 
23 

23 

23 

23 
23 

23 

23 

23 
23 

23 
23 
24 
24 
24 
24 
24 





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25 








25 








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25 




25 




25 




25 




25 




25 




25 




25 




25 




25 



How Done. 



Transcript of judgment certified at $5<;«o6 

do do 17-99 

do do 2,651.75 

Order entered discontinuing action without costs. . . . 

Transcript of judgment in favor of plaintiff for $259.50 

certified to the Comptroller 

Transcript of judgment in favor of plaintiff for $905.96 

certified to the Comptroller 

Transcript of judgment in favor of plamtifl for $162.85 

certified to the Comptroller 

Transcript ol judgment in favor of plaintiff for $575.23 

certified to the Comptroller 

Order entered discontinuing proceeding without costs. 

do do 



do 



do 



Remakks. 



Without trial ; no defense, 
do do 

do do 

By consent. 

Without trial ; upon offer, 
do do 

do do 

do do 

By consent. 

do 
do 



Decree in favor of plaintiff for $159.02 certified to the Tried before Brown, J. 
Comptroller 



Actions consolidated and transcript of judgment 
certified to the Comptroller at $3,250 



Order of interpleader entered, no further interest . . . 

Order vacating assessment certified to the Comptroller 
do do 

do do 

f'o do 

do do 

do do 

do do 

do do 

do do 

Transcript of judgment in favor of plaintiff for $97.01 

certified to the Comptroller 

Transcript of judgment in favor of plaintiff for $r,275 

certified to the Comptroller 

Transcript of judgment in favor of plaintiff for $234.35 

certified to the Comptroller 

Transcript of judgment in favor of plaintiff for $670.50 

certified to the Comptroller 

Transcript of judgment in favor of plaintiff for $169.85 

certified to the Comptroller 

Transcript of judgment in favor of plaintiff for $233 

certified to the Comptroller 

Transcript of judgment in favor of plaintiff for $4,280 

certified to the Comptroller 

Transcript of judgment certified at $67.63 

do do 3''7Z 

do do 4a98 

do do 70.07 

do do S^-os 

do do X96.80 

do do 86.60 

do do 27.73 

do do 7322 

do do 36.20 

do do 40.58 

do do 57>7i 

do do xo:).78 

do do 39Z-$x 

do do 46.60 



Without trial ; upon offer. 

Upon motion. 

Without argument ; no defense, 
do do 

do do 



do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Without trial ; 


upon offer 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 



do 
do 
do 



do 
do 
do 



ithout trial ; 


no defense 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


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do 


do 



272 



Schedule 5 — 



Fouo. 



54 53^ 

54 534 

54 595 

54 535 

55 363 

5» 5x 

55 47 

56 4 
56 4 

55 358 

55 355 

55 37' 

55 357 

34 3»6 

53 389 

55 aM 

54 533 

56 8 
56 6 
54 538 
54 539 
54 533 
54 538 
54 538 
54 533 
54 537 
54 526 
54 537 
54 5*7 
54 528 
54 539 
54 526 
54 537 
54 527 
54 524 
54 529 
54 536 
54 5^8 
54 527 
5* 477 
^4 5x9 

54 507 
5« »46 

55 390 

55 388 

55 215 

54 436 

54 5x6 

56 6 



COUKT. 



56 
56 

56 
56 



7 
7 
7 
8 
8 



53 210 
48 387 



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• • • 

• • • 



Frank Dnrwanger 

Peter New 

Henriette Loretx 

Elizabeth Schneider . . 

People ex rel. Charles Flosch' 

raam vs. Edward Gtlon, etc. 

James Fraxer 



Thomas S.Bremian. 



Patrick Farley., 
Arthur Nichols. 
WUliam Kelly.. 



People ex rel. Edward Cooper 
vs. Ashbel P. Fitch, Comp- 
troller 

People ex rel. Helen W. Bound 
▼s. Ashbel P. Fitch, Comp- 
troller 

People ex rel. John C.Chet- 
wood vs. Ashbel P. Fitch, 
Comptroller 

People ex rel. John Crosby 
Brown vs. Ashbel P. Fitch, 
Comptroller 

Clinton V. R. Luddington. . . . 



Job £. Hedges. 



Louis Krower and another vs. 

John F. Harriott 

James Wolftcm 

Karoline Breitmeier. 

Samuel Korper 

Thomas Ruane 

George £. Wih'nski 

Edward P. Frayer 

Otto S.«gffen. 

Solomon Schoenthal 

Morris Lefkowitz 

Samuel Grossner 

John Falvey 

Albert Rickers 

Henry J. Castrop 

Gerald Cruise 

Paul Adam 

Charles Heinemann 

George E. Anderson 

Union Bottling Co 

Charles P. Faber 

I John C. Heintz 

jPnilip Wagner 

Ernestine C. Gardner 

John F. Burt 

William H. Euble 

George Buttling 

August Spenucke 

Obermeyer & Liebeman 

Julia Woldman 

Clarence W. Meade 



CAt7SB OP AcnoM. 



For rebate of excise license fee 

do do 

do do 

do do 

Mandamus to compel respondent to cancel cer- 
tain taxes, etc 

To recover amount of assessment paid for ist 

ave. n^;ulating, etc., from 93d to ro^th sts. . . 

To recover amount of assessment paid lor z^ 

ave. opening, etc 

For rebate ofexcise license fee 

do do « 

do do 



Mandamus to compel repayment of assessment 
f(»: lath ave. opening 



Mandamus to compel repayment of assessment 
for jathave. opening 

Mandamus to compel repayment of a^-sessment 
for xsth ave. opening 



Mandamus to compel repayment of assessment 
for Z3th ave. opening 



To recover excess of assessment for regulating, 

etc.. 9th ave., from 86th to zzoth st 

For salary as City Magistrate for Aug., 1897. . 

To replevin two boxes of edging 



For rebate of excise license fee. 



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Joseph Pool. 



do 
do 
do 
do 
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do 
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do 
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do 
do 
do 
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do 
do 
do 
do 
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do 
do 
do 
do 



do 
do 
do 
do 
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do 
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do 
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do 



Claim. 



For salary as City Magistrate for Aug., 1897. . 



New York Plate Glass In 
surance Co 

Charles A. Coffey 

The John Kress Brewing Co, 

John Polidoro 

Jacob Klein 

William Graham 

Jacob Goodheim 

_ames Mills 

tJotihelf Wertz and ano 

Matter of the Board of Edu- 
cation, etc 

Edward Davy 



do 



do 



To recover insurance paid for breakage of 

plate-glass windows on Morris ave 

For rebate ot excise license fee 



. I People ex rel. William T. 
Somerville vs. The Board 
of Police Commissioners, 
etc I 



do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



To acquire litH to property on 103d and ic4thj 
sts. for a public school site I 

Salary as Inspector ol Masonry on New Aque-' 
duct for 1890 and 1891 ! 

Certiorari to review the removal of relator from' 
the Police force 



$9S •* 

sx 9a 

zGo 96 

90 4Z 



443 «5 
85 zo 

44 93 
ay 40 

83 oz 
t,i9z zi 

TSa 90 

3.5S« 68 
z,49S 00 

Z6895 
^3 33 



39 45 

>34 93 

99 00 

^ *9 
za 60 

z8 6s 

94 zo 

a6 30 

3M 33 

39 45 

42 XS 

160 96 

Z4 71 

»7 53 
20 85 

30 44 
6z 37 

7^ . 

80 00 

8z 64 

9t 79 
«57 53 
Z07 04 
102 77 

Z2 05 

3X 50 

175 30 

583 33 



40 
"9 



583 33 
26 66 

93 18 
X04 xo 

3836 
65 35 

6x 36 

39 45 

X59 45 

42 74 



908 00 



273 



(Continued). 




1897. 
Aug. 25 
- 25 
" 25 
" 25 
" 25 

" 25 

•• 25 






certified 3143.28 

do 4o.c6 

do X80.89 

do X09.38 

mandamus certified to the 



78 
28 

28 

30 



Transcript of judgment 
do 
do 
do 
Order granting writ of 

Comp'roller 

Transcript of judgment in favor of plaintiff for $443.85 

certified to the Comptroller 

Transcript of judgment in favor of plaintiff for $zoo 

certified to the Comptroller 

Transcript of judgment certified at $62.54 

do do 45-OI 

do do 23.01 

Order granting writ of mandamus certified to the 
Comptroller 



30 Order granting writ of mandamus certified to the 
Comptroller 



30 Order granting writ of mandamus certified to the 
Comptroller 



30 I Order granting writ of mandamus certified to the 
I Comptroller 



Sept. 2 {Transcript of judgment in favor of plaintiff certified to 

I the Comptroller at $68.85 

" 3 [Transcript of judgment in favor of plaintiff certified to 

the Comptroller at $583.33 

** 4 Order entered discontinuing action without costs 



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do 


163.76. 
47.20, 

85.57. 
30.72. 

36.77. 
42.37, 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


44.47 


do 


49-45 


do 


51.75 


do 


63.47 


do 


I84.33- 


do 


3».52 


do 


35.56 


do 


45-44 


do 


48.46 


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80.27 


do 


86.80 


do 


98.29 


do 


99-33 


do 


zoi.oz 


do 


104.89 


do 


182 x6 


do 


200.69 


do 


124.65 


do 


31.22 


do 


31.80 


do 


194.66 



Remarks. 



Without trial ; no defense, 
do do 

do do 

do do 

Argued before Stover, J. 

Without trial ; upon offer. 

do do 

Without trial ; no defense, 
do do 

do do 

No opposition to motion. 

do 

do 

do 

Without trial ; upon offer. 

do do 

By consent. 



Transcript of judgment certified at $57.72. 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 
Transcript of judgment in favor of plaintiff tor $583.33 

certified to the Comptroller *. . 

Transcript of judgment in favor of plaintiff for $583.33 

certified to the Comptroller '. 

Transcript of judgment in favor of plaintiff for $54.73 

certified to the Comptroller 

Transcript of judgment certified at $117.47 

do do 130.27 

do do 56.93 

do do 83.79 

do do 79-83 

do do 57-8o 

do do X77-x8 

do do 60.47 

Order entered confirming report of Commissioners of 

Estimate 

Order entered discontinuing action without costs 



Without trial ; 


no defense. 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


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do 


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do 


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do 


do 


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do 


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do 


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do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Without trial ; 


upon offer. 



Relator's appeal to Court of Appeals abandoned ; no 
undertaking filed 



do 
do 



do 
do 



Without trial ; 


no defense. 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Hearings held before the Commissioners 


By consent. 





Argued at Appellate Dlyi«nn. 



274 



Schedule 3- 




48 3a 

49 353 

49 »«x) 

53 '06 

54 449 

54 5;9 

55 366 

55 343 

55 3^3 

55 303 

55 304 

55 367 

54 »o 
51 369 
51 «43 

55 391 

55 393 



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54 528 
56 II 
56 12 
56 10 

55 179 

55 178 

55 147 

53 155 

53 15*5 

52 245 

53 2 

47 161 

53 263 

50 143 

48 129 
45 285 



54 471 
54 472 



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People ex rel. Peter D. Trap- 
hagen vs. The Board of 
Park Commissioners 

William H. Inness 

People ex rel. Lawrence Con- 
nor vs. The Commissioner 
of Public Works 

Matter of the Board of Edu 
canon, etc 

Patrick H. O'Connell 

Vittorio Cazazza 

Peter P. McLoughliu 



Frank S. Beard 

Derby Lumber Co. (No. i).. 

do (No. 3).. 

do (No. 3).. 
Matter of Mary Brown 



Maria Leslie. .. . 
George Merizell. 
Herman Molke. . 
Patrick Keenan., 



Thomas G.Adams 



Philip Weil 

Oiza Kosenbluck . . . . , 

Julius Greenstein . . . . 

Mike Kalmus 

Sam Levinson 

Harry Held 

Louis Sherry , 

John Cannon , 

Mary A. McPartland. 

Thomas Shannahan. , 

. mes Hennessey 

amuel Goldstein. ... 

James H. Sullivan. ... 



• • • » 



Henry Schilling 

John J. C. Tuers 

Leopold WooH 

Henry L. Cowdel 

People ex rel. Mary J. Lasola 

et al. vs. The Comptroller. 
People ex rel. Sophia A. 

Dixon vs. The Comptroller 
Margaret E. Crosby 



Thomas I'racy 

Peter J. Connor 

Charles A. Childs 

Cammilla Maccaro et al. 



Cause of Action. 



Claim. 



Certiorari to review the removal of relator from 
the Police force 

For balance of salary as Dump Inspector or 
Night Watchman in i88i I 

Mandamus to compel reinstatement of the 
relator to position of Inspector 

To acquire title to property for school site on 

Audubon ave 

For rebate of excise license fee 

do do [ 

For stenographic services in Court of Genera! 

Sessions and copies of minctes 

For stenographic services m Court of General 

Sessions and copies of minutes 

To foreclose lien under coniract of Pa' rick 

Walsh for erection of public school-house. . . . 

To foreclose lien under contract of Patrick 

Walsh for erection of public school-house. . . 

To foreclose lien under conti-act of Patrick 

Walsh for erection of public school-house. . . . 

For an award made in the matter of opening 

Crotona Park 

For rebate of exci.se license fee 

do do 

do do 

For services as Commissioner to inquire into 

sanity of Jeremiah O'Neill 

For services as Commissioner to inquire into 

sanity of Jeremiah O'Neill 

For rehate of excise license fee 

do do 

do do 

do do 

do do 

do do 

do do 

do do 

do do 



do do 

J. mes Hennessey do do 

Samuel Goldstein do do 

For balance due under contract tor building 

reservoir at W'illianisbridge, 24th Ward 

For rebate of excise license fee 

do do 

do do 

do do 

Mandamus to compel repayment of assessment 

for i2th ave. opening ; 

Mandamus to compel repayment of assessment 

for 12th ave. opening .... ,. . 

To recover amount of award made for premises 

in Madison ave. taken for school site ' 

iPatrick Finnerty To foreclose lien under contract for repairing! 

' and altering the City Hall j 

To foreclose lien under coniract for repairing! 

and altering the City Hall 1 

To foreclose lien under contract for repairing 

and altering the City Hall | 

For oils, paint*;, etc., furnished Department ot' 

Charities and Correct on in 1895 j 

To foreclose lien under contract of Patrick J. I 

Walsh for building public school at nth ave.' 

and 82d st : 

Certiorari to review the removal of relator, ai 

Patrolman, from the force 



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II 



People ex rel. Daniel Malloy 

vs. The Board of Police 

Commissioners, etc 

People ex rel. Thomas G. 

Kennedy vs. The Board of 

Police Commissioners, etc' 
People ex rel. Owen F. Certiorari to review the removal ot re'atcr, a 

Rafferty vs. i he Board ofj Patrolman, from the force 

Police Commissioners, etc. 
People ex rd. H_enry L. ICej-tiorari to review the removal of relator, a 



Certiorari to review the removal of relator, 
Patrolman, from the force 






Beheyt vs. The Board of 
Police Commissioners, etc. 

William H. Naething 

do 

William Weik 

Robert Yates 



Patrolman, from the force. 



For rebate of excise license fee. 
do do 

do do 

do po 



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9^ 
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380 


59 

99 
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536 


75 


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49 


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100 


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15 


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62 
55 


46 
88 


77 


77 


41 


37 


22 


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131 


38 


140 


85 


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45 


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166.198 


79 
97 


94 
67 


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855 


31 
30 
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240 00 



155 84 



1,488 87 


354 


80 


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How DONR. 



Relator's appeal to Court of Appeals abandoned ; no 
undertaking filed 



13 Transcript of judgment in favor of plaintiff for $336.63 

certified to the Comptroller .^ 

16 ijudgment entered on Appellate Division order for 
{ $141.70 costs 

16 Order entered confirming report of Commissioners of 

Estimate, etc 

16 Transcript of judgment certified at $1x9.46 

16 do do 47'28 

17 .Transcript of judgment in tavor of plaintiff for $380 

I ceriified to tne Comptroller 

Transcript of judgment in favor of plaintiff for $536.75 

certified to the Comptroller 

Order entered discontinuing action without costs.... 



17 

17 

17 

17 
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20 




20 




20 




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24 
24 

25 

25 
25 
25 

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38 
29 

29 
29 



do 
do 



do 
do 



Order entered directing payment of the award 



Transcript of judgment certified at $1x4.16 

do do 64.34 r. . 

do do 39*25 

Transcript of judgment in favor of plaintiff for $102 

certified to tne Comptroller 

Transcript of judgment in favor of plaintiff for $xo2 

certified to the Comptroller 

Transcript of judgment certified at $81.47 

do do 3332 

do do 40.04 

do do 87.0X 

do do 74.35 

do do X03.94 

do do 39-24 

do do 39.08 

do do 114-70 

do do 132 9x 

do do 207.33 

do do 232.40 

Transcript of judgment in favor of plaintiff 

$(8,428.39 certified to the Comptroller 

Transcript of judgment certified at $1x4.65 



for 



86.91 

6773 

79 97 

mandamus directing 



do do 

do do 

do do 

Order entered granting writ of 

repayment of assessment 

Order entered granting writ of mandamus directing 

repayment of assessment 

Transcript of judgment in favor of plaintiff for 

$X4,047.03 certified to the Comptroller 

Order entered discontinuing action without costs 



Remarks. 



Argued at Appellate Division. 

Without trial ; upon offer. 
Argued at Appellate Division. 

Hearings held before the Commissioners. 

Without trial ; no defense. 

do do 

Without trial ; upon offer. 

do do 

By consent. 

do 

do 
Upon motion. 

Without trial ; no defense. 

do do 

do do 

Without trial ; upon offer. 



do 



do 



Without trial ; do defense. 



do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



do 
do 



do 
do 



do do 

Judgment certified to the Comptroller. 



Order and judgment entered affirming proceedings of 
Commissioners with costs 

Order and juds^ment entered affirming proceedii^ of 
Commissioners with costs 

Order and judgment entered affirming proceedings of 
Commibsioners with costs 

Order of judgment entered affirming proceedings of 
Commissioners with costs 



Transcript of judgment certified at $1,583.33. 
do do 38X.91. 

do do 99-40' 

do do X 30.63. 



Tried before a referee. 

Without trial ; no defense. 

do do 

do do 

do do 

No opposition to motion. 

do 

Upon offer ; without trial. 

By consent. 

do 

do 

do 
Tried ; City not directly interested. 

Argued at Appellate Division. 

do 



do 



Without trial 
do 
do 
do 



do 



no defense, 
do 
do 
do 



276 



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Remarks. 



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do 
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335-73. 

63«.50. 

82.47. 

82.09. 
45.80. 
28 70. 

31 00. 
166.72. 
XI5.16. 
101.35. 

32.60. 
183.72. 

42 03. 

77-94. 

84.86 
IXC. 72. 
158.61. 
169.95. 
184.66. 

67.99. 
172.69. 
X04.31. 
17x15. 

83.04 . 

II3-40- 

197.97. 

31.64. 

3.X23.49' 

86.75. 

63.48. 

X27.7I. 



Without trial ; 


no defense. 


do 


do 


do 


do 


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do 


do 


do 


do 


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do 


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278 



Schedule 3— 



Regis- 






ter 


Court 


• 


Folio. 






54 Saa 


Supreme 




54 5« 






54 515 






54 4»9 






54 5x7 






51 x6o 






5X 186 






54 516 






54 514 






54 522 






54 515 






54 52X 






54 514 






54 518 






54 5x7 






54 5>8 






54 476 






54 520 






54 521 






54 521 






54 52a 






54 476 







51 2sg 
5X 341 



51 349 



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55 178 



55 179 



55 


80 


55 


40 


53 


76 


55 


376 


55 


411 


49 


455 


56 


lOI 


50 


481 


53 


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52 


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47 475 




Guitseppi Del Carlo 

Samuel Eichler 

Harry Komdorler 

Joseph C. Sichel 

Phillip Farley 

William F.Britt 

Irving Rose 

Christopher Nolan 

Joseph Bloechinger 

Richard L. Franklyn 

George Stuhl 

Edward W. Turner 

Carl Pohlman 

Moses Meierhof. 

WiUiam J. Seeley 

Edward Hoyt 

Charles F. Wickenheiser. . . . 

Joseph Langron 

Franic D. Seeley 

Ike H. Myers 

Charles R. Palmer 

Martin Foody and James 

Foody 

Richard De Gion and J. F. 

Martin 

Peter Weber 



For rebate of excise license fee, 



Joseph Sweeney. 



John H. Helmken 

Emil Bouquet and J. Bouquet 
Herman Sanders. . 

Louis Weiss 

George Form 



!•••••• 



Bernheimer & Schmid. 
Herman D. Schmidt. . . 

George Miller 

Fred. S. Leland 

Morris Green 

Simon Zudeck 

August Vetter 

David L. Greenberg. . . 

Alex. Heine 

Michele A versa 

Tomasio Saullo 



People ex rel. Sophia Dixon 
vs. A. P. Fitch as Comptrol- 
ler, etc. 

People ex rel. M