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[Source: Chas. W. Bates, The Scheme of Separation between St. Louis City and County and the charter of the City of St. Louis With All Amendments And Modifications To May 1, 1902; The City of St. Louis; St. Louis MO., 1902; Transcribed by Candi H. 2009]

Section 1. The boundaries of the City of St. Louis are hereby enlarged, settled and established as follows:
The corporate limits of the City of St. Louis shall comprise all that district of country situated in the County of St. Louis and State of Missouri, to-wit:

Beginning at a point in the middle of the main channel of the Mississippi river, and running thence westwardly at right angle to said channel, to a point on the west bank of said river 200 feet south of the center of the mouth of the River des Peres; thence westwardly and parallel to the center of the River des Peres, and 200 feet south thereof, to the eastern line of the Lemay Ferry road; thence westwardly to a point in the west line of said Lemay Ferry road at its intersection with the center of the Weber road;  thence westwardly along the center of the Weber road to its intersection of the east line of lot (1) of the Carondelet Commons, south of the River des Peres; thence westwardly to the southeast corner of Rudolph Overman's, or northeast corner of B. H. Haar's land; thence westwardly to said Haar's northwest corner; thence northwestwardly to a point in the center of the Gravois road (600) six hundred feet southwardly from the center of the bridge across the River des Peres; thence northwestwardly to the southeast corner of lot (31) thirty-one of the subdivision of the Mackenzie tract in United States Survey 1,953 ; thence northwestwardly in continuance of said last mentioned line to the southern line of lot twenty-one (21) of the subdivision of the said Mackenzie tract; thence northwestwardly to a point in the southern line of United States Survey 2,035 twenty-six (26) chains eastward from the southwest corner of said survey; thence northwardly to a point in the north line of the subdivision of East Laclede, (600) feet west of the McCausland road; thence northwardly and parallel to the center of the McCausland road, to a point on the Clayton road (600) six hundred feet west of its intersection with the McCausland road; thence northwardly and parallel with the Skinker road, and (600) six hundred feet west thereof, to its intersection with the old Bonhomme road; thence northeastwardly to the intersection of the center lines of McLaren avenue and Mead street; thence in a northeastwardly direction to a point in the Bellefontaine road (600) six hundred feet north of its intersection with the Columbia Bottom road; thence northwardly and parallel with center line of the Columbia Bottom road to the northern boundary line of United States Survey number (114) one hundred and fourteen ; thence eastwardly along said line to the center of the main channel of the Mississippi river; thence with the meanderings of said channel southwardly to the point of beginning; and the residue of what now constitutes the County of St. Louis shall hereafter be called St. Louis County.

 

Ward Boundaries
The ward boundaries here given were established by ordinance 19,289, approved March 28, 1898, under authority of Sec. IV, Art. 1, of charter.

Sec. 3. Ward Boundaries. —The City of St. Louis shall be divided into twenty-eight wards, the boundaries of which shall be as follows:

First Ward - Beginning at a point in the middle of the main channel of the Mississippi River opposite the north line of the present city limits; thence in a direct line to the north boundary of the City of St. Louis; thence in a westerly and southwesterly direction with the city limits to the Wabash Railway; with the Wabash Railway to Broadway, with Froadway to Calvary avenue, with Calvary avenue to Florissant avenue, with Florissant avenue to Euclid avenue, with Euclid avenue to Natural Bridge road, with Natural Bridge road to Marcus avenue, with Marcus avenue to St. Louis avenue, with St. Louis Ave. to Newsteail avenue, with Newstead avenue to Ashland avenue, with Ashland avenue to Clay avenue, with Clay avenue to Natural Bridge road, with Natural Bridge road to Fair avenue, with Fair avenue to Carter avenue, with Carter avenue to Adelaide avenue, with Adelaide avenue to Florissant avenue, with Florissant avenue to Warne avenue, with Warne avenue to Carter avenue, with Carter avenue to Obear avenue, with Obear avenue to Florissant avenue, with Florissant avenue to Ferry street, with Ferry street to Eleventh street, with Eleventh street to Angelica street, with Angelica street and Angelica street extended to the middle of the main channel of the Mississippi River, up the middle of the main channel of the river to the place of beginning.

Second Ward - Beginning at a point in the middle of the main channel of the Mississippi River opposite foot of Angelica street; thence in a direct line to and with Angelica street to Blair avenue, with Blair avenue to Salisbury street, with Salisbury street to Nineteenth street, with Nineteenth street to Hebert street, with Hebert street to Eleventh street, with Eleventh street to Madison street, with Madison street to Blair avenue, with Blair avenue to Chambers street, with Chambers street to Thirteenth street, with Thirteenth street to Tyler street, with Tyler street to Eleventh street, with Eleventh street to Brooklyn street, with Brooklyn street and Brooklyn street extended to the middle of the main channel of the Mississippi River, tip the middle of the main channel to place of beginning.

Third Ward - Beginning at a point in the middle of the main channel of the Mississippi River opposite foot of Brooklyn street; thence in a direct line to and with Brooklyn street to Eleventh street, with Eleventh street to Cass avenue, with Cass avenue to Blair avenue, with Blair avenue to O'Fallon street, with O'Fallon street to Thirteenth street, with Thirteenth street to Carr street, with Carr street to Eleventh street, with Eleventh street to Wash street, with Wash street to Third street, with Third street to Carr street, with Carr street and Carr street extended to the middle of the main channel of the Mississippi River, up the middle of the main channel to place of beginning.

Fourth Ward - Beginning in the middle of the main channel of the Mississippi River, opposite Carr street, thence with Carr street to Third street, with Third street to Wash street, with Wash street to Eleventh street, with Eleventh street to Morgan street, with Morgan street to Twelfth street, with Twelfth street to Gay street, with Gay street to Thirteenth street, with Thirteenth street to Lucas avenue, with Lucas avenue to Sixteenth street, with Sixteenth street to Franklin avenue, with Franklin avenue to Eighteenth street, with Eighteenth street to Lucas avenue, with Lucas avenue to Seventeenth street, with Seventeenth street to Pine street, with Pine street to Fifteenth street, with Fifteenth street to Locust street, with Locust street to Fourteenth street, with Fourteenth street to St. Charles street, with St. Charles street to Thirteenth street, with Thirteenth street to Market street, with Market street to Twelfth street, with Twelfth street to Pine street, with Pine street to Seventh street, with Seventh street to Market street, with Market street to the middle of the main channel of the Mississippi River, up the main channel of the Mississippi River to the place of beginning.

Fifth Ward - Beginning at a point in the middle of the channel of the Mississippi River, opposite Market street, thence in a direct line and with Market street to Seventh street, with Seventh street to Pine street, with Pine street to Twelfth street, with Twelfth street to Market street, with Market street to Thirteenth street, with Thirteenth street to St. Charles street, with St. Charles street to Fourteenth street, with Fourteenth street to Locust street, with Locust street to Fifteenth street, with Fifteenth street to Pine street, with Pine street to Fourteenth street, with Fourteenth street to Clark avenue, with Clark avenue to Sixteenth street, with Sixteenth street to Missouri Pacific Railroad, with Missouri Pacific Railroad and Cerre street to Fourth street, with Fourth street to Plum street, with Plum street and Plum street extended to the middle of the main channel of the Mississippi River, up the middle of the main channel to the place of beginning.

Sixth Ward - Beginning at a point in the middle of the main channel of the Mississippi River opposite foot of Plum street; thence in a direct line to and with Plum street to Fourth street, with Fourth street to Cerre street, with Cerre street and the Missouri Pacific Railway to Twenty-second street, with Twenty-second street to Chouteau avenue, with Chouteau avenue to Grattan street, with Grattan street to Park avenue, with Park avenue to Thirteenth street, with Thirteenth street to Rutger street, with Rutger street and Rutger street extended to the middle of the main channel of the Mississippi River, up the middle of the main channel to the place of beginning.

Seventh Ward - Beginning at a point in the middle of the main channel of the Mississippi River, opposite the foot of Rutger street; thence in a direct line to and with Rutger street to Thirteenth street, with Thirteenth street to Park avenue, with Park avenue to Dolman street, with Dolman street to Lafayette avenue, with Lafayette avenue to Fourteenth street, .with Fourteenth street to Geyer avenue, with Geyer avenue to Eleventh street, with Eleventh street to Lafayette avenue, with Lafayette avenue to Broadway, with Broadway to Lesperance street, with Lesperance street to Second street, with Second -street to North Trudeau street, with North Trudeau street, Trudeau street and Trudeau street extended to the middle of the main channel of the Mississippi River, up the middle of the main channel to the place of beginning.

Eighth Ward - Beginning at a point in the middle of the main channel of the Mississippi River opposite of Trudeau street, thence in a direct line to and with Trudeau street and North Trudeau. street to Second street, with Second street to Lesperance street, with Lesperance street to Broadway, with Broadway to Lafayette avenue, with Lafayette avenue to Eleventh street, with Eleventh street to Victor street, with Victor street to Twelfth street, with Twelfth street to Lynch street, with Lynch street to Thirteenth street, with Thirteenth street to Pestalozzi street, with Pestalozzi street to Ninth street, with Ninth street to Dorcas street, with Dorcas street to Broadway, with Broadway to Victor street, with Victor street and Victor street extended to the middle of the main channel of the Mississippi River, up the middle of the main channel to the place of beginning.

Ninth Ward - Beginning at a point in the middle of the main channel of the Mississippi River, opposite foot of Victor street, thence in a direct line to and with Victor street to Broad-way, with Broadway to Dorcas street, with Dorcas street to Ninth street, withi Ninth street to Pestalozzi street, with Peslalozzi street to Thirteenth street, with Thirteenth street to Lynch street, with Lynch street to Jefferson avenue, with Jefferson avenue to Miami street, with Miami street to Broadway, with Broadway to Potomac street, with Potomac street and Potomac street extended to the middle of the main channel of the Mississippi River, up the middle of the main channel to the place of beginning.

Tenth Ward - Beginning at a point in the middle of the main channel of the Mississippi River opposite foot of Potomac street, thence in a direct line to and with Potomac street to Broadway, with Broadway to Miami street, with Miami street to Jefferson avenue, with Jefferson avenue to Gravois avenue, with Gravois avenue to Magnolia avenue, with Magnolia avenue to Pennsylvania avenue, with Pennsylvania avenue to Arsenal street, with Arsenal street to Grand avenue, with Grand avenue to Osceola street, with Osceola street and Osceola street extended to the middle of the main channel of the Mississippi River, up the middle of the main channel to the place of beginning.

Eleventh Ward - Beginning at a point in the middle of the main channel of the Mississippi River opposite foot of Osceola street; thence in a direct line to and with Osceola street to Grand avenue, with Grand avenue to Gravois avenue, with Gravois avenue to Eichelberger street, with Eichelberger street and Eichelberger street extended to western city limits, with western and southern city limits to the middle of the main channel of the Mississippi River, up the middle of the main channel of the river to the place of beginning.

Twelfth Ward - Beginning at intersection of Fourteenth street and Lafayette avenue; thence with Lafayette avenue to Jefferson avenue, with Jefferson avenue to Ann avenue, with Ann avenue to Ohio avenue, with Ohio avenue to Russell avenue, with Russell avenue to Oregon avenue, with Oregon avenue to Lafayette avenue, with Lafayette avenue to Grand avenue, with Grand avenue to Arsenal street, with Arsenal street to Pennsylvania avenue, with Pennsylvania avenue to Magnolia avenue, with Magnolia avenue to Gravois avenue, with Gravois avenue to Jefferson avenue, with Jefferson avenue to Lynch street, with Lynch street to Twelfth street, with Twelfth street to Victor street, with Victor street to Eleventh street, with Eleventh street to Geyer avenue, with Geyer avenue to Fourteenth street, with Fourteenth street to Lafayette avenue, the place of beginning.

Thirteenth Ward - Beginning at intersection of Grattan street and Chouteau avenue; thence with Chouteau avenue to Twenty-second street, with Twenty-second street to Missouri Pacific Railway, with Missouri Pacific Railway to West Jefferson avenue, with West Jefferson avenue to Chouteau avenue, with Chouteau avenue to Compton avenue, with Compton avenue to Rutger street, with Rutger street to Montrose avenue, with Montrose avenue to Park avenue, with Park avenue to Pennsylvania avenue, with Pennsylvania avenue to Lafayette avenue, with Lafayette avenue to Oregon avenue, with Oregon avenue to Russell avenue, with Russell avenue to Ohio avenue, with Ohio avenue to Ann avenue, with Ann avenue to Jefferson avenue, with Jefferson avenue to Lafayette avenue, with Lafayette avenue to Dolman street, with Dolman street to Park avenue, with Park avenue to Grattan street, with Grattan street to Chouteau avenue, the place of beginning.

Fourteenth Ward - Beginning at intersection of Fourteenth street and Pine street; thence with Pine street to Beaumont street, with Beaumont street to Laclede avenue, with Laclede avenue to Ewing avenue, with Ewing avenue to Bernard street, with Bernard street to Jefferson avenue, with Jefferson avenue and West Jefferson avenue to Missouri Pacific Railway, with Missouri Pacific Railway to Sixteenth street, with Sixteenth street to Clark avenue, with Clark avenue to Fourteenth street, with Fourteenth street to Pine street, the place of beginning.

Fifteenth Ward - Beginning at the intersection of Eleventh street and Carr street; thence with Carr street to Thirteenth street, with Thirteenth street to O'Fallon street, with O'Fallon street to Fourteenth street, with Fourteenth street to Biddle street, with Biddle street to Sixteenth street, with Sixteenth street to Carr street, with Carr street to Twenty-second street, with Twenty-second street to Pine street, with Pine street to Seventeenth street, with Seventeenth street to Lucas avenue, with Lucas avenue to Eighteenth street, with Eighteenth street to Franklin avenue, with Franklin avenue to Sixteenth street, with Sixteenth street to Lucas avenue, with Lucas avenue to Thirteenth street, with Thirteenth street to Gay street, with Gay street to Twelfth street, with Twelfth street to Morgan street, with Morgan street to Eleventh street, with Eleventh street to Carr street to the place of beginning.

Sixteenth Ward - Beginning at intersection of Eleventh and Tyler streets; thence with Tyler street to Thirteenth street, with Thirteenth street to Chambers street; thence with Chambers street to Blair avenue, with Blair avenue to Madison street, with Madison street to Fifteenth street, with Fifteenth street to Chambers street, with Chambers street to Sixteenth street, with Sixteenth street to Mullanphy street, with Mullanphy street to Hogan street, with Hogan street to Cass avenue, with Cass avenue to Jefferson avenue, with Jefferson avenue to Carr street, with Carr street to Sixteenth street, with Sixteenth street to Biddle street, with Biddle street to Fourteenth street, with Fourteenth street to O'Fallon street, with O'Fallon street to Blair avenue, with Blair avenue to Cass avenue, with Cass avenue to Eleventh street, with Eleventh street to Tyler street, the place of beginning.

Seventeenth Ward - Beginning at intersection of Twenty- second and Hebert streets; thence with Hebert street to Florissant avenue, with Florissant avenue to Farrar street, with Farrar street to Glasgow avenue, with Glasgow avenue to Hebert street, with Hebert street to Jefferson avenue, with Jefferson avenue to Cass avenue, with Cass avenue to Hogan street, with Hogan street to Maiden Lane, with Maiden Lane to Nineteenth street, with Nineteenth street to Benton street, with Benton street to Twenty-second street, with Twenty- second street to Hebert street, to the place of beginning.

Eighteenth Ward - Beginning at intersection of Eleventh and Hebert streets; thence with Hebert street to Twenty- second street, with Twenty-second street to Benton street, with Benton street to Nineteenth street, with Nineteenth street to Maiden Lane, with Maiden Lane to Hogan street, with Hogan street to Mullanphy street, with Mullanphy street to Sixteenth street, with Sixteenth street to Chambers street, with Chambers street to Fifteenth street, with Fifteenth street to Madison street, with Madison street to Eleventh street, with Eleventh street to Hebert street, the place of beginning.

Nineteenth Ward - Beginning at intersection of Eleventh street and Ferry street; thence with Ferry street to Florissant avenue, with Florissant avenue to Obear avenue, with Obear avenue to Carter avenue, with Carter avenue to Warne avenue, with Warne avenue to Florissant avenue, with Florissant avenue to Adelaide avenue, with Adelaide avenue to Carter avenue, with Carter avenue to Fair avenue, with Fair avenue to Natural Bridge road, with Natural Bridge road to Clay avenue, with Clay avenue to Ashland avenue, with Ashland avenue to Sarah street, with Sarah street to St. Louis avenue, with St. Louis avenue to Jefferson avenue, with Jefferson avenue to Hebert street, with Hebert street to Glasgow avenue, with Glasgow avenue to Farrar street, with Farrar street to Florissant avenue, with Florissant avenue to Hebert street, with Hebert street to Nineteenth street, with Nineteenth street to Salisbury street, with Salisbury street to Blair avenue, with Blair avenue to Angelica street, with Angelica street to Eleventh street, with Eleventh street to Ferry street, to place of beginning.

Twentieth Ward - Beginning at intersection of Jefferson avenue and St. Louis avenue; thence with St. Louis avenue to Coleman street, with Coleman street to Magazine street, with Magazine street to Webster avenue, with Webster avenue to Easton avenue, with Easton avenue to Ewing avenue, with Ewing avenue to Lucas avenue, with Lucas avenue to Beaumont street, with Beaumont street to Franklin avenue, with Franklin avenue to Jefferson avenue, with Jefferson avenue to St. Louis avenue, the place of beginning.

Twenty-first Ward - Beginning at intersection of Ewing and Easton avenues; thence with Easton avenue to Webster avenue, with Webster avenue to Magazine street, with Magazine street to Coleman street, with Coleman street to St. Louis avenue, with St. Louis avenue to Spring avenue, with Spring avenue to Cozens avenue, with Cozens avenue to Prairie avenue, with Prairie avenue to Evans avenue, with Evans avenue to Vandeventer avenue, with Vandeventer avenue to Delmar boulevard with Delmar boulevard to Grand avenue, with Grand avenue to Lucas avenue, with Lucas avenue to Ewing avenue, with Ewing avenue to Easton avenue, the place of beginning.

Twenty-second Ward - Beginning at intersection of Twenty- second and Carr streets; thence with Carr street to Jefferson avenue, with Jefferson avenue to Franklin avenue, with Franklin avenue to Beaumont street, with Beaumont street to Lucas avenue, with Lucas avenue to Grand avenue, with Grand avenue to Laclede avenue, with Laclede avenue to Beaumont street, with Beaumont street to Pine street, with Pine street to Twenty-second street, with Twenty-second street to Carr street, the place of beginning.

Twenty-third Ward - Beginning at intersection of Ewing and Laclede avenues; thence with Laclede avenue to Vandeventer avenue, with Vandeventer avenue to Manchester avenue, with Manchester avenue to Papin street, with Papin street to Missouri Pacific Railway, with Missouri Pacific Railway to Tower Grover avenue, with Tower Grove avenue to Folsoin avenue, with Folsom avenue to Grand avenue, with Grand avenue to Lafayette avenue, with Lafayette avenue to Pennsylvania avenue, with Pennsylvania avenue to Park avenue, with Park avenue to Montrose avenue, with Montrose avenue to Rutger street, with Rutger street to Compton avenue, with Compton avenue to Chouteau avenue, with Chouteau avenue to West Jefferson avenue, with West Jefferson avenue and Jefferson avenue to Bernard street, with Bernard street to Ewing avenue, with Ewing avenue to Laclede avenue, the place of beginning.

Twenty-fourth Ward - Beginning at intersection of Grand and Folsom avenues; thence with Folsom avenue to Tower Grove avenue, with Tower Grove avenue to Missouri Pacific Railway, with Missouri Pacific Railway to Old Manchester road, with Old Manchester road to Boyle avenue, with Boyle avenue to Norfolk avenue, with Norfolk avenue to Tower Grove avenue, with Tower Grove avenue to Swan avenue, with Swan avenue to Newstead avenue, with Newstead avenue to Missouri Pacific Railway, with Missouri Pacific Railway to King's Highway boulevard, with King's Highway boulevard to south line of Forest Park, with south line of Forest Park to Skinker road, with Skinker road to Clayton avenue, with Clayton avenue to western city limits, with western city limits in a southerly direction, to a point where Eichelberger street extended would intersect the city limits, with Eichelberger street extended and Eichelberger street to Gravois avenue, with Gravois avenue to Grand avenue, with Grand avenue to Folsom avenue, the place of beginning.

Twenty-fifth Ward - Beginning at intersection of Grand avenue and Delmar boulevard; thence with Delmar boulevard to Vandeventer avenue, with Vandeventer avenue to Cook avenue, with Cook avenue to Pendleton avenue, with Pendleton avenue to Fairfax avenue, with Fairfax avenue to Whittier street, with Whittier street to Olive street, with Olive street to Boyle avenue, with Boyle avenue to Lindell boulevard, with Lindell boulevard to Newstead avenue, with Newstead avenue to Forest Park boulevard, with Forest Park boulevard to Boyle avenue, with Boyle avenue to Chouteau avenue, with Chouteau avenue to Newstead avenue, with Newstead avenue, offset on Manchester avenue to Swan avenue, with Swan avenue to Tower Grove avenue, with Tower Grove avenue to Norfolk avenue, with Norfolk avenue to Boyle avenue, with Boyle avenue to Old Manchester road, with Old Manchester road to Missouri Pacific Railway, with Missouri Pacific Railway to Papin street, with Papin street to Manchester avenue, with Manchester avenue to Vandeventer avenue, with Vandeventer avenue to Laclede avenue2 with Laclede avenue to Grand avenue, with Grand avenue to Delmar boulevard, the place of beginning.

Twenty-sixth Ward - Beginning at intersection of St. Louis and Spring avenues; thence with St. Louis avenue to Sarah street, with Sarah street to Ashland avenue, with Ash-land avenue to Newstead avenue, with Newstead avenue to St. Louis avenue, with St. Louis avenue to Pendleton avenue, with Pendleton avenue to Kennedy avenue, with Kennedy avenue to Marcus avenue, with Marcus avenue to Garfield avenue, with Garfield avenue to Taylor avenue, with Taylor avenue to Cook avenue, with Cook avenue to Vandeventer avenue, with Vandeventer avenue to Evans avenue, with Evans avenue to Prairie avenue, with Prairie avenue to Cozens avenue, with Cozens avenue to Spring avenue, with Spring avenue to St. Louis avenue, the place of beginning.

Twenty-seventh Ward - Beginning at intersection of Pendleton and St. Louis avenues; thence with St. Louis avenue to Marcus avenue, with Marcus avenue to Natural Bridge road, with Natural Bridge road to Euclid avenue, with Euclid avenue to Florissant avenue, with Florissant avenue to Calvary avenue, with Calvary avenue to Broadway, with Broadway to Wabash Railway, with Wabash Railway to western city limits, with western city limits to Page boulevard, with Page boulevard to Taylor avenue, with Taylor avenue to Garfield avenue, with Garfield avenue to Marcus avenue, with Marcus avenue to Kennedy avenue, with Kennedy avenue to Pendleton avenue, with Pendleton avenue to St. Louis avenue, the place of beginning.

Twenty-eighth Ward - Beginning at intersection of Pendleton and Cook avenues; thence with Cook avenue to Taylor avenue, with Taylor avenue to Page boulevard, with Page boulevard to western city limits, with western city limits to Clayton avenue, with Clayton avenue to Skinker road, with Skinker road to southwest corner of Forest Park, with south line of Forest Park to King's Highway boulevard, with King's Highway boulevard to Missouri Pacific Railway, with Missouri Pacific Railway to Newstead avenue, with Newstead avenue to Chouteau avenue, with Chouteau avenue to Boyle avenue, with Boyle avenue to Forest Park boulevard, with Forest Park boulevard to Newstead avenue, with Newstead avenue to Lin- dell boulevard, with Lindell boulevard to Boyle avenue, with Boyle avenue to Olive street, with Olive street to Whittier street, with Whittier street to Fairfax avenue, with Fairfax avenue to Pendleton avenue, with Pendleton avenue to Cook avenue, the place of beginning.

Note: In the above ward descriptions where streets and avenues are named, it is understood to be the center of each street or avenue, and where railroads are named, it is understood to be the center of the main track.

-Correction of Ward Limits and Permanent Division Lines.—The Municipal Assembly shall, every five years after the adoption of this Charter, establish corrected ward limits, which correction shall be made as near as practicable so as to equalize the number of registered voters in each ward; but in making the division the present eastern and western boundaries of wards as herein established shall be retained, so that Rosatti, Twelfth and Eleventh streets, Jefferson avenue and the present city limits shall remain division lines.

- By the terms of the Act of March 31, 1885 (Laws of 1885, p. 72), a commission, on February 17, 1887, appointed by one of the Judges of the Circuit Court of the City of St. Louis, established ward lines, which remained until the Municipal Assembly established new ward lines by Ordinance No. 16,662, approved April 22, 1892; and the ward lines were again changed by Ordinance No. 19,289, approved March 28, 1898, which established the existing ward lines.

 



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