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Section 4. This ordinance shall take effect and be in force from and after its passage and publication.

Passed April 3, 1882.

Walnut street

AN ORDINANCE To authorize the Milwaukee City Railway Company to extend its track on Walnut street.

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 double track, with all necessary switches and turn-tables, in and along Walnut street, from the center of Seventh street to the center of Third street. The tracks hereby authorized shall be constructed, kept, 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 of said company; provided, also, that it shall be the duty of said company to keep the track within the rails, and for at least one foot along the outside thereof at all times in good order and repair.

Section 2. The said company shall complete the work of so extending its track within six months after the passage of this ordinance, and if Walnut street be paved before that time the track shall be laid at the time the street is paved, and in that case the company shall furnish the labor in paving between the rails and one foot along the outside thereof, the materials for said work being furnished to the company free of costs.

Passed May 1, 1882.

AN ORDINANCE To authorize the Milwaukee City Railway Company to extend its track on Third street.

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 its present terminus at the

Third street

intersection of Lee street to a point on Third street, opposite the grounds known as the “Shooting Park," between Chambers and Burleigh streets.

Section 2. The extension hereby authorized shall be completed within one year from the passage of this ordinance, and the tracks thereof shall be constructed, maintained, kept, 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; provided, however, that it shall be the duty of said company to keep the track within the rails, and for at least one foot along the outside thereof, at all times in good order and repair.

Passed May 29, 1882.

AN ORDINANCE
To authorize the Milwaukee City Railway Company to

extend its track in the Eighth and Eleventh wards.

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

Section 1. The Milwaukee City Railway Company is

Eleventh and hereby authorized to extend its railway by a double track, Fourth avenues. with all the necessary switches and turn-tables, from the intersection of Eleventh avenue and National avenue, southerly along the center of Eleventh avenue to its junction with Muskego avenue; also to extend its track from the north side of Mitchell street southerly along Fourth avenue to its junction with Windlake avenue.

Section 2. The said company shall complete the work of extending its track, as above, within six months from the passage of this ordinance.

Section 3. The track hereby authorized shall be constructed, kept, maintained, used and operated in the manner and under the conditions which are now provided by the ordinances of the city, in reference to the other tracks of said company. That portion of the street occupied by the track and one foot outside of the rails must be macadamized and be kept in good order and repair by said railway company.

Passed May 29, 1882.

Wright street.

AN ORDINACE
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 from the intersection of Eighth and Wright streets, thence westwardly on Wright street to a point between Eleventh and Twelfth streets.

Section 2. The track hereby authorized shall be constructed, kept, 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; and the company shall coniplete the work of laying the track hereby authorized within six months after the passage of this ordinance.

Passed January 5, 1885.

Third and Syca. more streets.

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, from the track at the junction of West Water and Third streets, south along the center of Third street to the center of Sycamore street; thence along the center of Sycamore street to connect with the track at the crossing of Sycamore and West Water streets. 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 now provided by the ordinances of the city, in reference to other tracks of said company; and it shall be the duty of said company to keep the track, within the rails and one foot along the outside thereof, at all times in good order and repair.

Section 2. The line of railway hereby authorized shall be completed and in operation within two years from the passage of this ordinance, and the rights hereby conferred shall cease at the enu of fifty years from 1874.

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

Passed July 6, 1885.

AN ORDINANCE To authorize the Milwaukee City Railway Company to extend its tracks in the city of Milwaukee.

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

Section 1. There is hereby given and granted to the Milwaukee City Railway Company, and to its successors and assigns, the right, permission and authority to lay a double track for a railway, with all necessary and cor: venient tracks and turn-tables, in and along the course of streets and bridges in the city of Milwaukee, hereinafter mentioned, and the same to keep, maintain, use and operate thereon, railway cars and carriages in the manner and upon the conditions heretofore prescribed in the ordinance granted to the said railway company the right to maintain and operate a street railway in the city of Milwaukee, subject to the conditions and restrictions hereinafter mentioned, and for and during the term commencing with the passage of this ordinance, and ending July, A. D., 1924. Section 2. The said company is hereby authorized, as a

State, Martin, aforesaid, to lay said tracks on and along State street in Broadway, Michithe Second ward of said city, beginning at Third street and gan, Lake and

Huron streets. extending east along said State street to the Milwaukee river; thence along and on the bridge to Martin street, thence east along Martin street to Broadway; thence south along Broadway to Michigan street; thence east along Michigan street to Lake street; thence northerly along Lake street to the section line (also commencing at the intersection of Michigan street with Broadway ini the Third ward of the city of Milwaukee and extending south along Broadway to Huron street; thence west along Huron street to its intersection with East Water street: also on and along Michigan street from the intersection with Broadway in a westerly direction to East Water

street, provided, however, that the city of Milwaukee reserves the right to grant to any other person, persons, or corporations, the right to use such tracks and roadbed upon the conditions hereinafter prescribed, and on ani along all of the streets, parts of streets, and highways hereinbefore mentioned, and on and over the tracks and roadbeds thereupon. Provided, further, that before using the same or any part thereof, that such portions of such tracks and roadbed upon and over which the city of Milwaukee shall have granted a franchise to any such person or corporation, such person or corporation shall pay or secure to be paid to the said Milwaukee City Railway Company just and adequate compensation for the use of said tracks and roadbeds to be agreed upon between them. And in case of their failure to agree upon the same within sixty days after written application by such person of corporation, to the Milwaukee City Railway Company for the privilege of running cars over the last named company's tracks, a copy of which application shall be filed with the city clerk of the city of Milwaukee at the time when made, then such compensation shall be determined by arbitration, and the city of Milwaukee shall name and appoint one person, and the Milwaukee City Railway Company shall name and appoint another person, and the said person or corporation to which such franchise shall have beei, granted, shall name and appoint a third person; and the three persons so appointed shall fix and determine the compensation either in gross or payable in installments, as may be in their opinion just and proper, for the use of said track and roadbeds, due reference being had in fixing the same to the amount and character of the use to be made thereof. And in case of a failure of either of said persons or corporations to appoint a suitable person within sail time, the mayor of the city of Milwaukee shall appoint :1 suitable person to act for and on behalf of the person or corporation, failing to so nominate and appoint, as the arbitrator, and the compensation as fixed and determined for the use of said tracks and roadbed by such arbitrators or a majority of them, shall be final and conclusive. The award of the arbitrators shall describe the character and the amount of the use to be made, as well as the compensation therefor, and shall be filed with the city clerk and preserved by him in his office. Such compensation shall be subject to revision from time to time upon similar appli

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