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Charter, adopt a resolution authorizing and ordering the sale of the said buildings, and such a resolution is herewith transmitted. Yours respectiully,

ALEX. BROUGH, Deputy and Acting Comptroller. Whereas, The President of the Borough of Manhattan has requested the sale of certain buildings hereinafter described, located in the Borough of Manhattan, acquired for correctional purposes,

Resolved, That the Commissioners of the Sinking Fund, by virtue of the powers vested in them by law, hereby authorize and order the sale at public auction or by sealed bids, at the highest marketable price, of the buildings on the plot of ground on the north side of West 30th Street, about 250 feet east from Seventh Avenue, and known as 141 West 30th Street, in the Borough of Manhattan, which are more particularly described on a certain map on file in the office of the Collector of City Revenue, Department of Finance, Room 368, Municipal Building, Borough of Manhattan, upon the terms and conditions for the sale of buildings, etc., as authorized by the Commissioners of the Sinking Fund at a meeting held October 4, 1910.

The report was accepted and the resolution unanimously adopted. Sale and Removal of Buildings on Property Bounded by Lorraine, Henry, Bay

and Clinton Streets, Brooklyn. The Deputy and Acting Comptroller presented the following report and offered the following resolution :

January 6, 1916. To the Honorable the Commissioners of the Sinking Fund:

Gentlemen-A request has been received from the Commissioner of Docks for the sale and removal of the buildings on the property bounded by Lorraine, Henry, Bay and Clinton Streets, in the Borough of Brooklyn, to permit the improvement of the plot.

I therefore request that the Commissioners of the Sinking Fund, pursuant to the authority vested in them by Section 1553 of the Revised Charter, adopt a resolution authorizing and ordering the sale of the said buildings, and such a resolution is herewith transmitted. Yours respectfully,

ALEX. BROUGH, Deputy and Acting Comptroller. Whereas, The Commissioner of Docks has requested the sale of certain buildings hereinafter described, located in the Borough of Brooklyn, acquired for purposes of the South Brooklyn Terminal,

Resolved, That the Commissioners of the Sinking Fund, by virtue of the powers vested in them by law, hereby authorize and order the sale at public auction or by sealed bids, at the highest marketable price, of the buildings on the property bounded by Lorraine, Henry, Bay and Clinton Streets, in the Borough of Brooklyn, which are more particularly described on a certain map on file in the office of the Collector of City Revenue, Department of Finance, Room 368, Municipal Building, Borough of Manhattan, upon the terms and conditions for the sale of buildings, etc., as authorized by the Commissioners of the Sinking Fund at a meeting held October 4, 1910.

The report was accepted and the resolution unanimously adopted.

Sale and Removal of Encroachments Lying Within the Lines of Hughes Street,

Between Forest Avenue and Buchman Avenue, Borough of Queens.

The Deputy and Acting Comptroller presented the following report and offered the following resolution:

January 6, 1916. To the Honorable the Commissioners of the Sinking Fund:

Gentlemen-A request has been received from the President of the Borough of Queens for the removal of the encroachments lying within the lines of Hughes Street between Forest Avenue and Buchman Avenue, in the Borough of Queens, to permit the improvement of the street. This encroachment consists of part of a two-story and basement frame building on Damage Parcel No. 7, the estimated removal value of which is $10.00, which amount should be realized by its sale.

I therefore request that the Commissioners of the Sinking Fund, pursuant to the authority vested in them by Sections 205 and 1553 of the Revised Charter, adopt a resolution authorizing and ordering that the said encroachment be offered for sale at the upset or minimum price named above, and also authorizing and ordering the President of the Borough of Queens to demolish and remove this encroachment if it is .not sold at the said upset price, as an encumbrance upon a public street, and such a resolution is herewith transmitted. Yours respectfully,

ALEX. BROUGH, Deputy and Acting Comptroller.

Whereas, The President of the Borough of Queens has requested the removal of an encroachment lying within the lines of Hughes Street, between Forest Avenue and Buchman Avenue, in the Borough of Queens, and

Whereas, If this improvemer.t is offered for sale it would probably realize a fair return in proportion to the award given, it is therefore

Resolved, That the Commissioners of the Sinking Fund, by virtue of the powers vested in them by law, hereby authorize and order the sale at public auction or by sealed bids Damage Parcel No. 7, consisting of part of a two-story and basement frame building lying within the lines of Hughes Street, between Forest Avenue and Buchman Avenue, in the Borough of Queens, at the upset or minimum price of $10, upon the terms and conditions for the sale of buildings, etc., as authorized by the Commissioners of the Sinking Fund at a meeting held October 4, 1910, and the President of the Borough of Queens is hereby authorized and ordered to demolish and remove this encroachment if it does not realize the said upset price, as an encumbrance upon a public highway, in the manner provided by section 205 of the Revised Charter, as amended by Chapter 398 of the Laws of 1909.

The report was accepted and the resolution unanimously adopted. ,

Fire Department-Assignment to, of Sections of Filing Cases, Turned Over by

Board of Water Supply. The Deputy and Acting Comptroller presented the following report and offered the following resolution :

January 4, 1916. To the Commissioners of the Sinking Fund, The City of New York:

Gentlemen-On August 16 and December 28, 1915, the Board of Water Supply surrendered to the Commissioners of the Sinking Fund the following property as no longer required:

Sections of filing cases: Two "A" sections; two “B” sections; six "C" sections ; one “D” section; two “E” sections; one “F” section; one "H" section; one "K" section.

In a communication dated December 29, 1915, the Fire Department requested the assignment of the property above referred to. The adoption of the attached resolution authorizing the assignment is therefore recommended. Respectfully,

ALEX. BROUGH, Deputy and Acting Comptroller. Resolved, That, pursuant to the provisions of section 205 of the Greater New York Charter, as amended, the Commissioners of the Sinking Fund hereby assign to the Fire Department the following property turned over by the Board of Water Supply as no longer required:

Sections of filing cases: Two "A" sections; two "B" sections; six “C” sections; one “D” section; two "E” sections; one “F” section; one "H" section; one "K" section.

The report was accepted and the resolution unanimously adopted.

President, Borough of Manhattan-Assignment to, of Tunnel Scales, Turned

Over by Board of Water Supply. The Deputy and Acting Comptroller presented the following report and offered the following resolution :

January 4, 1916. To the Commissioners of the Sinking Fund, The City of New York:

Gentlemen-On August 6, 1915, the Board of Water Supply surrendered to the Commissioners of the Sinking Fund the following property as no longer required:

Twelve (12) 6-inch tunnel scales; six (6) 2-inch verniers for tunnel scales.

In a communication dated December 27, 1915, the President of the Borough oi Manhattan requested the assignment of the property above referred to. The adoption of the attached resolution authorizing the assignment is therefore recommended. Respectfully,

ALEX. BROUGH, Deputy and Acting Comptroller. Resolved, That, pursuant to the provisions of section 205 of the Greater New York Charter, as amended, the Commissioners of the Sinking Fund hereby assign to the President of the Borough of Manhattan the following property turned over by the Board of Water Supply as no longer required:

Twelve (12) 6-inch tunnel scales; six (6) 2-inch verniers for tunnel scales. The report was accepted and the resolution unanimously adopted.

Department of Public Charities Assignment to, of One Mangle, Turned Over

by the Trustees of Bellevue and Allied Hospitals. The Deputy and Acting Comptroller presented the following report and offered the following resolution :

January 4, 1916. To the Commissioners of the Sinking Fund, The City of New York:

Gentlemen-On December 16, 1915, the Trustees of Bellevue and Allied Hospitals surrendered to the Commissioners of the Sinking Fund the following property as no longer required:

One (1) small mangle, located in the nurses' home of Bellevue Hospital.

In a communication dated December 22, 1915, the Department of Public Charities requested the assignment of the property above referred to. The adoption of the attached resolution authorizing the assignment is therefore recommended. Respectfully,

ALEX. BROUGH, Deputy and Acting Comptroller. Resolved, That, pursuant to the provisions of section 205 of the Greater New York Charter, as amended, the Commissioners of the Sinking Fund hereby assign to the Department of Public Charities the following property turned over by the Trustees of Bellevue and Allied Hospitals as no longer required:

One (1) small mangle, located in the nurses' home of Bellevue Hospital.
The report was accepted and the resolution unanimously adopted.

Department of Correction-Assignment to, of Miscellaneous Equipment, Turned

Over by the Board of Water Supply. The Deputy and Acting Comptroller presented the following report and offered the following resolution :

January 4, 1916. To the Commissioners of the Sinking Fund, The City of New York:

Gentlemen-On December 16, 1915, the Board of Water Supply surrendered to the Commissioners of the Sinking Fund the following property as no longer required:

Two (2) axes; four (4) axes, pick; eleven (11) baskets, willow; one (1) bath tub and connection; one (1) barrel, half; three (3) barrels, oil; one hundred and three (103) beds, No. 10; two (2) beds, head extra; seventy-seven (77) mattresses; sixtynine (69) pillows; four (4) bulletin boards; two (2) paint brushes; four (4) mail boxes, G. J.; fifteen (15) ash cans; nine (9) ash can covers; four (4) oil cans, 5-gal.; one (1) criminal code; three (3) funnels, tin: fifty-foot garden hose; fifty-one (51) veslat lamps; four (4) lamp shades; twelve (12) lamp reflectors; four (4) lanterns; five (5) dust pans; twelve (12) mats, chain; six (6) mop wringers; twelve (12) doors, screen ; fifty-four (54) window shades; three (3) station lamps; one (1) sink pump; two (2) stoves, Monica No. 20; two (2) stoves, Dash No. 15; one (1) range, No. 817, Home; two (2) coal hods; two (2) lamps, glass, hand; one (1) mail box; one (1) rake, iron; one (1) range, No. 8; one (1) stove, No. 19; forty-nine (49) lengths stove pipe; fourteen (14) stove pipe elbows; one (1) stove pipe damper ; six (6) stove boards; nine (9) furnace radiators; fifty (50) furnace pipe connections; one (1) table, 4-foot; one (1) table, No. 52; one (1) sprinkling can; four (4) coal hods; three (3) shelf baskets; eleven (11) fire extinguishers; one (1) generator fixtures and pipe; ninety-four (94) lamps, hand; thirty-eight (38) lamp brackets; six (6) lamp chimneys; one (1) level; two (2) mats, G. Y. M.; two (2) mop handles; one

(1) oil tank, tin, large; one (1) rat trap, wire; one hundred thirty-six (136) window screens; ninety-two (92) stools, No. 37; one (1) station lamp and frame; one (1) sink, iron; twenty-six (26) stoves, No. 15; one (1) stove, M. & L. Dash; one (1) stove, No. 8; two (2) pairs handcuffs; three (3) inkwells, glass; two( 2) leg irons, pair; one (1) ink pad; one (1) range, No. 9; one (1) Coodsy drill regulation ; one (1) stove, No. 19, Victor, Jr.; one (1) stove, No. 13; four (4) stove pipe collars; three (3) pokers; one (1) furnace, hot water; 250 feet furnace pipe; eleven (11) tables, 8-foot; one (1) white enamel wash basin; one (1) wringer mop; twenty-three (23) brooms, stable; eleven (11) forks, hay; fourteen (14) forks, manure; twenty-eight (28) mangers, C. F.; one (1) measure, 4-quart, C. F.; one (1) measure, 4-quart, wood; one (1) measure. 2-quart, wood; eight (8) pails, G. J.; twenty-four (24) racks, hay, G. J.; five (5) shovels, scoop; three (3) shovels, square point: four (4) shovels, round point; eight (8) salt holders, C. F.; seven (7) salt holders, earthen; twenty-five (25) beds, No. 110; twenty-five (25) mattresses; twenty-five (25) pillows; one (1) desk, No. 19.

In a communication dated December 27, 1915, the Department of Correction requested the assignment of the property above referred to. The adoption of the attached resolution authorizing the assignment is therefore recommended. Respectfully,

ALEX. BROUGH, Deputy and Acting Comptroller.

Resolved, That, pursuant to the provisions of section 205 of the Greater New York Charter, as amended, the Commissioners of the Sinking Fund hereby assign to the Department of Correction the following property turned over by the Board of Water Supply as no longer required:

Two (2) axes; four (4) axes, pick; eleven (11) baskets, willow; one (1) bath tub and connection; one (1) barrel, half; three (3) barrels, oil; one hundred and three (103) beds, No. 10; two (2) beds, head extra; seventy-seven (77) mattresses; sixtynine (69) pillows; four (4) bulletin boards; two (2) paint brushes; four (4) mail boxes, G. J.; fifteen (15) ash cans; nine (9) ash can covers; four (4) oil cans, 5-gal.; one (1) criminal code; three (3) funnels, tin ; fifty-foot garden hose; fifty-one (51) veslat lamps; four (4) lamp shades; twelve (12) lamp reflectors; four (4) lanterns; five (5) dust pans; twelve (12) mats, chain; six (6) mop wringers; twelve (12) doors, screen; fifty-four (54) window shades; three (3) station lamps; one (1) sink pump; two (2) stoves, Monica No. 20; two (2) stoves, Dash No. 15; one (1) range, No. 817, Home; two (2) coal hods; two (2) lamps, glass, hand; one (1) mail box; one (1) rake, iron; one (1) range, No. 8; one (1) stove, No. 19; forty-nine (49) lengths stove pipe; fourteen (14) stove pipe elbows; one (1) stove pipe damper ; six (6) stove boards; nine (9) furnace radiators; fifty (50) furnace pipe connections; one (1) table, 4-foot; one (1) table, No. 52; one (1) sprinkling can; four (4) coal hods; three (3) shelf baskets; eleven (11) fire extinguishers; one (1) generator fixtures and pipe; ninety-four (94) lamps, hand; thirty-eight (38) lamp brackets; six (6) lamp chimneys; one (1) level; two (2) mats, G. Y. M.; two (2) mop handles; one (1) oil tank, tin, large; one (1) rat trap, wire; one hundred thirty-six (136) window screens; ninety-two (92) stools, No. 37; one (1) station lamp and frame; one (1) sink, iron; twenty-six (26) stoves, No. 15; one (1) stove, M. & L. Dash; one (1) stove, No. 8; two (2) pairs handcuffs; three (3) inkwells, glass; two( 2) leg irons, pair; one (1) ink pad; one (1) range, No. 9; one (1) Coodsy drill regulation; one (1) stove, No. 19, Victor, Jr.; one (1) stove, No. 13; four (4) stove pipe collars; three (3) pokers; one (1) furnace, hot water; 250 feet furnace pipe; eleven (11) tables, 8-foot; one (1) white enamel wash basin; one (1) wringer mop; twenty-three (23) brooms, stable; eleven (11) forks, hay; fourteen (14) forks, manure; twenty-eight

(28) mangers, C. F.; one (1) measure, 4-quart, C. F.; one (1) measure, 4-quart, wood; one (1) measure, 2-quart, wood; eight (8) pails, G. J.; twenty-four (24) racks, hay, G. J.; five (5) shovels, scoop; three (3) shovels, square point; four (4) shovels, round point; eight (8) salt holders, C. F.; seven (7) salt holders, earthen; twenty-five (25) beds, No. 110; twenty-five (25) mattresses; twenty-five (25) pillows; one (1) desk, No. 19.

The report was accepted and the resolution unanimously adopted. Chamberlain-Assignment to, of One Underwood Typewriter, Turned Over by

Board of Water Supply. The Deputy and Acting Comptroller presented the following report and offered the following resolution:

January 4, 1916. To the Commissioners of the Sinking Fund, The City of New York:

Gentlemen-On December 21, 1915, the Board of Water Supply surrendered to the Commissioners of the Sinking Fund the following property as no longer required :

One (1) Underwood typewriter, No. 333,626-5

In a communication dated December 24, 1915, the City Chamberlain requested the assignment of the property above referred to. The adoption of the attached resolution authorizing the assignment is therefore recommended. Respectfully,

ALEX. BROUGH, Deputy and Acting Comptroller. Resolved, That, pursuant to the provisions of section 205 of the Greater New York Charter, as amended, the Commissioners of the Sinking Fund hereby assign to the City Chamberlain the following property turned over by the Board of Water Supply as no longer required:

One (1) Underwood typewriter, No. 333,626-5.
The report was accepted and the resolution unanimously adopted.

Department of Correction-Assignment to, of Desks, Etc., Turned Over by the

Committee on Revision of the Building Code. The Deputy and Acting Comptroller presented the following report and offered the following resolution :

January 4, 1916. To the Commissioners of the Sinking Fund, The City of New York:

Gentlemen-On December 21, 1915, the Committee on Revision of the Building Code surrendered to the Commissioners of the Sinking Fund the following property as no longer required:

One (1) oak rolltop desk, flat roll; one (1) oak rolltop desk, ordinary; one (1) oak rolltop typewriter desk; one (1) revolving chair; one (1) filing cabinet and base, oak, 15 compartments; one (1) metal document filing stack, 42 compartments; two (2) waste baskets.

In a communication dated December 27, 1915, the Department of Correction requested the assignment of the property above referred to for the use of the new Parole Commission. The adoption of the attached resolution authorizing the assignment is therefore recommended. Respectfully, Respectfully,

ALEX. BROUGH, Deputy and Acting Comptroller. Resolved, That, pursuant to the provisions of section 205 of the Greater New York Charter, as amended, the Commissioners of the Sinking Fund hereby assign to the Department of Correction for the use of the Parole Commission the following property turned over by the Committee on Revision of the Building Code as no longer required:

One (1) oak rolltop desk, Alat roll; one (1) oak rolltop desk, ordinary; one (1) oak rolltop typewriter desk; one (1) revolving chair; one (1) filing cabinet and basc, oak, 15 compartments; one (1) metal document filing stack, 42 compartments; two (2) waste baskets.

The report was accepted and the resolution unanimously adopted.

Department of Finance-Assignment to, of One Combination Letter Copying

Bath and Press, Turned Over by Board of Water Supply. The Deputy and Acting Comptroller presented the following report and offered the following resolution :

December 30, 1915. To the Commissioners of the Sinking Fund, The City of New York:

Gentlemen-On November 23, 1915, the Board of Water Supply surrendered to the Commissioners of the Sinking Fund the following property as no longer required:

One (1) G. W. Jean Company's combination letter copying bath and press, including one hundred (100) copying cloths, more or less.

In a communication, dated December 20, 1915, the Department of Finance requested the assignment of the property above referred to. The adoption of the attached resolution authorizing the assignment is therefore recommended. Respectfully,

ALEX. BROUGH, Deputy and Acting Comptroller. Resolved, That, pursuant to the provisions of section 205 of the Greater New York Charter, as amended, the Commissioners of the Sinking Fund hereby assign to the Department of Finance the following property turned over by the Board of Water Supply as no longer required:

One (1) G. W. Jean Company's combination letter copying bath and press, including one hundred (100) copying cloths, more or less.

The report was accepted and the resolution unanimously adopted. President, Borough of Manhattan-Assignment to, of Levels, Transits, Etc.,

Turned Over by Board of Water Supply. The Deputy and Acting Comptroller presented the following report and offered the following resolution:

December 30, 1915. To the Commissioners of the Sinking Fund, The City of New York:

Gentlemen-On December 21, 1915, the Board of Water Supply surrendered to the Commissioners of the Sinking Fund the following property as no longer required:

One (1) Brandis level, No. 2468, complete; one (1) Brandis level, No. 2371, complete; one (1) Brandis level, No. 2395, complete: one (1) Brandis transit. No. 2241, complete; one (1) Buff & Buff transit. No. 4477, complete: six (6) plummet lamps; two (2) 24-oz. plumb bobs; two (2) 6-foot steel sight rods; two (2) K. & E. planimeters; one (1) Buff & Buff trivet.

In a communication dated December 14, 1915, the President of the Borough of Manhattan requested the assignment of the property above referred to. The adoption of the attached resolution authorizing the assignment is therefore recommended. Respectfully.

ALEX. BROUGH, Deputy and Acting Comptroller. Resolved, That, pursuant to the provisions of section 205 of the Greater New York Charter, as amended, the Commissioners of the Sinking Fund hereby assign to the President of the Borough of Manhattan the following property turned over by the Board of Water Supply as no longer required:

One (1) Brandis level, No. 2468, complete; one (1) Brandis level, No. 2371, complete; one (1) Brandis level, No. 2395, complete; one (1) Brandis transit, No. 2241, complete; one (1) Buff & Buff transit, No. 4477, complete; six (6) plummet

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