Ohio State Reports Volume 52

Ohio State Reports Volume 52

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1896 edition. Excerpt: ...to the Superior Court of Cincinnati in General Term. The original action was begun in the Superior Court of Cincinnati by Henry Batsche, one of the defendants in error, on behalf of himself and other persons named in his petition, to wit: Margaret Wilmer, The Walton Architectural Iron Company, The American Cotton Oil Company, Cliflord Perin, Johanna Kirkpatrick, The Queen City Spring Company, Charles Harkness, F. A. Sudbeck heirs, and H. W. Schorfheide, to enjoin the collection of a special assessment levied by the city of Cincinnati, one of the plaintiffs in error, on their property abutting on Culvert street, between Fifth and Sixth streets, in said city, to pay the cost of condemning property to widen and open Culvert street to its full width between said points. Prior to July 22, 1887, Culvert street, between Fifth and Sixth streets, was partly opened to the Cincinnati 2/. Batsche et al. width of forty-three feet, but at the corner of Fifth street was only open about twenty feet, a lot belonging to the said Clifiord Perin extending out into the street for about twenty-three feet at Fifth street, and running back about 166 or 167 feet, and extending about fourteen feet into the street at the rear, as shown by the plat attached to the original petition of which the following is a copy: Cincinnati 7'. Batsche et al. __ SIXTH STREET 40 43 Johanna Kirk patrick. i The American Cotton Oil Co. Wm. D. Kirk patrick. This lot, so projecting into the lines of the street and shown by crossed lines on the plat, was condemned and appropriated by ordinance of the city of Cincinnati duly passed July 22, 1887. Said ordinance directed the city solicitor of said city to institute the necessary proceedings in a proper court to ascertain the compensation...show more

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  • 189 x 246 x 10mm | 349g
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  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236765699
  • 9781236765697