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“ Forty-third and Forty-fourth streets, Borough of Brooklyn, and that the Commissioners of the * Sinking Fund be respectfully requested to concur in the same." The voucher is herewith transmitted,

Yours truly,

THOS. L. FEITNER, Secretary. Approved :

Eug. E. MCLEAN, Engineer, Department of Finance.
December 23, 1901.
In connection therewith the Comptroller offered the following resolution :

Resolved, That the Commissioners of the Sinking Fund hereby concur in the resolution adopted by the Armory Board at a meeting held December 18, 1901, authorizing and requesting the Comptroller to pay to Messrs. Horgan & Slattery, architects, the sum of fifteen hundred dollars ($1,500) in full for professional services in preparing plans and specifications for a pro. posed new armory building for the Second Naval Battalion, N.G., N. Y., on the site now abandoned on First avenue, Forty-third and Forty-fourth streets, in the Borough of Brooklyn.

Which resolution was unanimously adopted

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The following communication was received from the Board of Armory Commissioners relative to bill of Messrs. Horgan & Slattery, architects, for professional services in the erection of the armory building for the First Battery, N. G., N. Y.:

NEW YORK, December 19, 1901. To the Honorable the Commissioners of the Sinking Fund :

GENTLESIEN–At a meeting of the Armory Board held December 1, 1901, the following was adopted :

“Resolved, That' the Comptroller be authorized to pay to Horgan & Slattery, architects, “ the sum of six hundred and thirty-one dollars and forty-one cents ($631.41), as per accompany

ing voucher, on account, for professional services in the erection of the Armory Building for the " First Battery, N. G., N. Y., Borough of Manhattan, and that the Commissioners of the Sinking “ Fund be respectfully requested to concur in the same.” The voucher is herewith transmitted.

Yours truly,

THOS. L. FEITNER, Secretary. Approved :

Eug. E. MCLEAN, Engineer, Department of Finance.
December 23, 1901.
In connection therewith the Comptroller offered the following resolution :

Resolved, That the Commissioners of the Sinking Fund hereby concur in the resolution adopted by the Armory Board at meeting held December 1, 1yor, authorizing and requesting the Comptroller to pay 10 Messrs. llorgan & Slattery, architects, the sum of six hundred and thirty-one dollars and forty-one cents ($631.41) on account for professional services in the erection of the armory building for the First Battery, N. G., N. Y., Borough of Manhattan,

Which was unanimously adopted,

The following communication was received from the Board of Armory Commissioners, relative to bill of Henry Mesa for a survey of the site for the Second Naval Battalion Armory, Borough of Brooklyn :

NEW YORK, December 19, 1901. To the Honorable the Commissioners of the Sinking Fund :

GENTLEMEN—At a meeting of the Armory Board held December 18, 1901, the following was adopted :

“ Resolved, That the Armory Board does hereby approve the bill and expense for the survey of the site for the Second Naval Battalion Armory on the west side of First avenue, from

Forty-third to Forty-fourth street, Borough of Brooklyn, by Henry Mesa, Civil Engineer and “ City Surveyor, amounting to one hundred and fifty dollars ($150), and that the Commissioners " of the Sinking Fund be requested to concur, and the Comptroller be authorized to pay the same." The voucher is herewith inclosed,

Yours, truiy,

THOS. L. FEITNER, Secretary,

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In connection there with the Comptroller presented the following report of the Engineer of the Department of Finance and offered the following resolution :

DECEMBER 23, 1901. Hon. Bird S. Coler, Comptroller :

SIR --At a meeting of the Armory Board, held December 18, 1901, the following resolution was adopted :

"Resolved, That the Armory Board does hereby approve the bill and expense for the “survey of the site for the Second Naval Battalion Armory, on the west side of First avenue, “ from Forty-third to Forty-fourth street, Borough of Brooklyn, by Henry Mesa, Civil Engineer “and City Surveyor, amounting to one hundred and fifty dollars ($150), and that the Commissioners “of the Sinking Fund be requested to concur, and the Comptroller be authorized to pay the ** same.'"

In reply, I would report that I consider the bill excessive. In my opinion, $85 would be full compensation for the work done ; hence I cannot recommend the concurrence by the Commissioners of the Sinking Fund in the above resolution.

Respectfully,

EUG. E. McLEAN, Engineer. Whereas, The Armory Board at meeting held December 18, 1901, adopted the following resolution :

Resolved, That the Armory Board does hereby approve the bill and expense for the survey of the site for the Second Naval Battalion Armory, on the west side of First avenue, from Forty-third to Forty-fourth street, Borough of Brooklyn, by Henry Mesa, Civil Engineer and City Surveyor, amounting to one hundred and fifty dollars ($150), and that the Commissio:iers of the Sinking Fund be requested to concur and the Comptroller be authorized to pay the same.

Resolved, That the Commissioners of the Sinking Fund hereby concur in the said resolution to the extent of paying the sum of eighty-five dollars ($85) in full for said bill, and the Comptroller be and is hereby authorized and directed to piy to Henry Mesa the sum of eighty-five dollars ($85) in

full for his bill for making a survey of the site for the Second Naval Battalion Armory on the west side of First avenue, from Forty-third to Forty-fourth street, Borough of Brooklyn.

The report was accepted and the resolution unanimously adopied.

The Comptroller presented the following statement and resolution relative to a refund of $95.89 to Messrs. Weber & Bunke, being amount of rent overpaid for u-e of pier at the foot of West Ninety. sixth street, Borough of Manhattan :

DECEMBER 24, 1901. Hon. Bird S. COLER, Comptroller :

SiR--It appears from letter from the Department of Docks and Ferries, herewith submitted, that Messrs. Weber & Bunke, under permit from said Department, occupied berth at the foot of West Ninety-sixth street, for which they paid rental of $250 in advance for the quarter ending August 31, 1901. On June 27, 1901, the permit was revoked in order that the Department might proceed with the construction of a new pier at the foot of Ninety-sixth street, depriving the lessee of one month and four days of time for which rent had been paid.

Messrs. Weber & Bunke, through the Department of Docks and Ferries, ask for a refund of the pro rata of rent thus overpaid by surrender of permit as stated.

The amount so overpaid, $95.89, was deposited in the Sinking Fund for the Redemption of the City Debt No. 1, June 21, 1901.

Respectfully,

I. S. BARRETT, General Bookkeeper,

New YORK, November 15, 1901.

vance.

EDGAR J. LEVEY, Esq., Secretary, Commissioners of the Sinking Fund :

Sir -- Messrs. Weber & Bunke, of No. 3546 Broadway, occupied a berth at the foot of West Ninety-sixth street under permit from this Department, for which they paid $250 a quarter in ad.

This entitled them to the use of the berth during the months of June, July and August, 1901.

On July 27, 1901, the permit was revoked, in order that the Department might proceed with the construction of a new pier at the foot of West Ninety-sixth street, leaving one month and four days, for which payment had been made, unconsumed, and I have been directed to request that the Honorable Commissioners of the Sinking Fund grant a rebate to Messrs. Weber & Bunke for the rent overpaid, amounting to $95.89.

Yours respectfully,

WM. H. BURKE, Secretary.

City

Resolved, That a warrant payable from the Sinking Fund for the Redemption of t? Debt No. 1 be drawn in favor of Weber & Bunke for the sum of ninety-five dollars and ghtynine cents ($95.83), refunding them this amount of rent overpaid for use of Pier foc West Ninety-sixth street.

Which resolution was unanimously adopted.

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The Comptroller presented the following statement and resolution relative to a refund of $150 to Caroline M. Von Wallbrunn and Mary II. de Garmendia, being amount of rent paid in error on certain lots taken for a public park on West Fifty-second street, Borough of Manhattan :

DECEMBER 24, 1901. Ilon, Bird S. Coler, Comptroller :

Sir-In settlement of an award made to Caroline M. Von Wallbrunn and Mary 11. de Garmendia for certain premises taken for public park, Eleventh and Twelfth avenues, Fifty-second and Fifty-fourth streets, the said parties paid the City $150 for rent of ten lots on West Fiftysecond street, occupied by lessees of premises after title vested in the City.

Demand has been made upon the City for the return of said rent so paid and collected. The Corporation Counsel, under date of December 17, 1901, states that under decisions of Court said rent was wrongfully collected and should be refunded.

The amount paid was deposited in the City Treasury, to the credit of the Sinking Fund for the Payment of the Interest on the City Debt, November 9, 1901.

Respectfully,

I. S. BARRETT, General Bookkeeper,

Resolved, That a warrant, payable from the Sinking Fund for the Payment of the Interest on the City Debt, be drawn in favor of Cornelius M. Von Wallbrunn and Mary H. de Garmendia for the sum of one hundred and fifty dollars ($150), refunding them this amount of rent paid in error on certain lots on West Fifty-second street taken for a public park, Eleventh and Twelfth avenues, Fifty-second to Fifty-fourth streets.

Which resolution was unanimously adopted.

The Comptroller presented the following report relative to bonds sold December 12, 1901 :

DECEMBER 23, 1901. To the Commissioners of the Sinking Fund:

GENTLEMEN-Sealed proposals were received by the Comptroller at his office on December 12, 1901, after due addertisement, in pui-lance ut law, for $7,891,000, of three and one-half per cent. Registered Corporate Stock of The City of New York, exempt from taxation (as hereinafter more particularly described) principal and interest payable in gold coin of the United States of America, of the present standard of weight and fineness.

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