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Elizabeth street.

Section 1. The Milwaukee City Railway Company is hereby authorized to take up and remove its track where it now lies in Florida and Greenbush streets, in the Fifth ward, and to extend its railway by a single or double track along Elizabeth street, from the corner of Reed street to the corner of Greenbush street. The track and tracks hereby authorized shall be constructed, kept, maintained, used and operated in the manner, and upon the terms and conditions, and for the period, which are now provided by the ordinances of the city, in reference to other tracks laid by said company, provided that the track hereby authorized, shall be laid and ready for use by said company within eight months after the passage of the ordinance, and until the expiration of that time, nothing herein contained shall in any way interfere with the right of said company to occupy that part of Florida and Greenbush streets now in use by said company, under the authority of the city.

Section 2. The said railway company is hereby required and directed to repair the streets over which said railroad track shall be removed, as provided by this ordinance and leave them in good order and condition and to the satisfaction of and acceptance of the board of public works.

Passed March 29, 1875.

AN ORDINANCE
To authorize the Milwaukee City Railway Company to

extend its track.

The mayor and common council of the city of Milwaukee do ordain as follows:

Section 1. The Milwaukee City Railway Company is hereby authorized to extend its railway, by a single or double track, with all necessary switches and turn-tables, in and along Third street, from the corner of Walnut street to the city limits. The track and tracks hereby authorized shall be constructed, kept and maintained, used and operated in the manner, and upon the terms and conditions which are now provided by the ordinances of the city in reference to other tracks laid by said company; proridel, houerer, that it shall be the duty of said company to keep so much of any street as is used and occupied by them in operating any railway hereby authorized, in good repair, so long as it shall be so used and occupied; and provided, further, that the cars shall run on the route herein specified until 11 o'clock in the evening of each day in the week.

Section 2. The company shall complete the work hereby authorized on Third street so as to run cars regularly thereon to North street by December first, A. D., 1876, and to the end of the route by July first, A. D., 1877; and in case of failure so to complete the extension hereby authorized within the limit of said time, the company shall forfeit any right hereby given as to any part of said line not completed as herein prescribed; provided, however, that if the company shall be delayed in its work by the order or injunction of any court, or by the tearing up of said streets along any part of said extension for the purpose of constructing sewers or laying water pipes, or for any other authorized by said city, the time of the delay caused shall not be reckoned as a part of the time to which said company is hereby limited.

Passed January 24, 1876.

AN ORDINANCE

To authorize the Milwaukee City Railway Company to

extend its track.

The mayor and common council of the city of Milwaukee do ordain as follows: Section 1. There is hereby given and granted to the

Railroad street and Milwaukee City Railway Company, and to its successors Muskego avenue. and assigns, the right, permission, and authority to lay a double track for a railway with all necessary and convenient tracks for turnouts, side tracks and switches, in and along the following streets, viz: Commencing at the intersection of Railroad and Reed streets, with the right to connect with the railway already owned and operated by said company on Reed street, thence west on Railroad street to its intersection with Muskego avenue, thence southwesterly on said Muskego avenue to Forest Home cemetery. That portion of said road from the intersection of Railroad and Reed streets to the intersection of Railroad street and Fourth avenue, to be completed by September 1, 1878, and the remainder of said road from the

intersection of Railroad street and Fourth avenue to the terminus thereof at Forest Home cemetery, to be completed by September 1, 1880.

Section 2. It shall be the duty of said company, upon laying the track and tracks herein authorized, to immediately macadanize to the satisfaction of the board of public works, the roadway between the rails, and in case of a double track, also the roadway between the tracks, and to keep the same macadamized and in good order and repair at all times. In all other respects the track and tracks hereby authorized shall be constructed, kept, maintained, used and operated in the manner and upon the terms and conditions which are not provided by the ordinances of the city in reference to other tracks laid by said company, and all the provisions of the ordinances of the city in relation to the construction of the railway of said company, and the forfeiture of any right and privilege given thereby shall be applicable to the extension of said road herein authorized.

Section 3. This ordinance shall take effect and be in force from and after its passage and publication.

Passed March 22, 1877.

AN ORDINANCI:
To authorize the Milwaukee City Railway Company to

extend its track.

The mayor and common council of the city of Milwau

kee do ordain as follows: Seventh, Germania, Section 1. The Milwaukee City Railway Company is

Eighth, Center and hereby authorized to extend its track by a single or double Teutonia streets.

track, with all necessary switches and turn-tables, from the intersection of Walnut and Seventh streets, north on Seventh street to its intersection with Germania street, thence northwesterly on Germania street to the intersection with Eighth street, thence north on Eighth street to its intersection with Center street, thence north on Center street to its intersection with Teutonia street, thence north

on Teutonia street to the city limits. Walnut street.

Section 2. The Milwaukee City Railway Company is also hereby authorized to extend its track, as above, from the present terminus of said track on Walnut street, west on Walnut street to its intersection with Twentieth street. Section 3. The Milwaukee City Railway Company is also hereby authorized to take up that portion of its track lying on Walnut street between Third and Seventh streets.

Section 4. The tracks hereby authorized shall be of the gauge of four feet and eight and one-half inches, and shall be constructed, kept, maintained, used and operated in the same manner and upon the same conditions now provided by ordinances of said city in reference to the other tracks of said company's roads, except as to guage, and subject to such reasonable rules and regulations as the common council of said city may hereafter prescribe by ordinance or otherwise.

Section 5. That portion of said railway hereby authorized to be extended from the intersection of Walnut and Seventh streets to the intersection of Eighth and Lee streets, and also that portion of said railway hereby authorized to be extended from the present terminus of said railway on Walnut street to the intersection of Walnut and Twentieth streets, to be built in three years from the date of the passage of this ordinance; and that portion of said railway hereby authorized to be extended from the intersection of Eighth and Lee streets to the city limits on Teutonia street, to be built in five years from the date of the passage of this ordinance; provided, that if said company shall be delayed in the work by the order or injunction of any court, or by the tearing up of any portion of said street, whereon said company is hereby authorized to lay its tracks, for the purpose of constructing sewers or laying water pipes, or any other purpose authorized by said city, the time of the delay so caused shall not be reckoned as a part of the time to which said company is hereby limited

Passed May 12, 1879.

AN ORDINANCE To amend an ordinance passed May 7th, 1877, entitled

“An ordinance to further amend an ordinance entitled an ordinance to authorize the construction and operation of a certain horse railway in the city of Milwaukee," passed June 1, 1874.

The mayor and common council of the city of Milwaukee do ordain as follows:

Section 1. That section i of the ordinance passed May 7, 1877, entitled "An ordinance to further amend an ordinance to authorize the construction and operation of 1 certain horse railway in the city of Milwaukee, passed June 1, 1874,” is hereby amended by striking out all after the enacting clause, and inserting in lieu thereof as follows: Section 2 of the said ordinance passed June 1, 1874, is hereby amended by inserting the words, "State street, thence westerly along State street," where they were stricken out by said ordinance passed May 7, 1877, so that Section 2 of said ordinance passed June 1, 1874, shall read as follows: Section 2. The said persons hereinbefore mentioned, their successors and assigns, are hereby authorized to lay a single or double track, for such railways along the course of the following streets of the

city of Milwaukee, and to extend the same as follows: West Water street, Commencing at the intersection of West Water street and Grand avenue, Eleventh and

Spring street, now Grand avenue, in the Fourth ward of State streets. said city thence westerly along Spring street and Spring

avenue (now Grand avenue) to the center of Eleventh street; also commencing at the intersection of Spring street (now Grand avenue) with the west line of the city limits, thence northerly along said west line of the city limits to the center of State street extended to the city limits, and at or near the toll gate. Also commencing at the intersection of Spring street or Spring avenue (now Grandavenue) and either Tenth or Eleventh street, with the right to connect with the line of railway above mentioned; thence northerly along such street to the center of State street, thence westerly along State street and through and along any public street or highway connecting with the present westerly limit of State street, to the west line of the city limits, and also along any future extension of

State street westerly to the west line of the city limits. State and Twelfth Also commencing at the intersection of State street and streets.

Twelfth street with the right to connect with the lines of railway hereinbefore mentioned; thence northerly along such street to the center of Vliet street, and thence west

erly along Vliet street to the west line of the city limits. Vliet street And also commencing at the intersection of Vliet and

Twelfth streets, with the right to connect with the lines of
railway hereinbefore mentioned, thence northerly along
Twelfth street to Beaubian street, thence westerly along
Beaubian street to and at the intersection with Teutonia

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