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Gits of Boston 
PARK AND RECREATION DEPARTMENT 



FORTY-FIRST ANNUAL REPORT 



Board of Commissioners 



Year Ending January 31, 1916 




Printed for the Department 
1916 



Digitized by the Internet Archive 

in 2010 with funding from 

Boston Public Library 



http://www.archive.org/details/annualreport1916boston 



CONTENTS. 



Page 

Commissioners' Report 5 

Report of the Deputy Commissioner 6 

Report of the Physical Director 9 

Report of General Superintendent of Baths 12 

Maintenance of Parks and Playgrounds, Cost per Acre . . .16 

Maintenance of Roads, Cost per Square Yard 23 

Location, Area and Equipment of Parks and Gardens .... 24 
Location, Area and Equipment of Playgrounds and Gymnasia . . 29 
Location, Area and Equipment of Baths and Beaches . . . .32 
General Exhibit of Appropriation for Land and Con- 
struction between 32 and 33 

Expenditures on account of Land and Construction, between 32 and 33 
Expenditures on account of Maintenance of Parks 

and Gardens between 32 and 33 

Expenditures on account of Maintenance of Play- 
grounds and Gymnasia between 32 and 33 

Expenditures on account of Maintenance of Baths, Beaches and Music, 33 

Expenditures on Parks and Squares in existence on January 12, 1887, 34 

Recapitulation 36 

Income 36 

Park Betterments Collected by City Collector 37 

Public Park and Playground Debt 37 

Classification of Cash Receipts of the Recreation Division ... 38 

Park and Recreation Statistics 40 

Beaches, Swimming Pool and Floating Bath Attendance ... 46 

Shower Bath Attendance 46 

Gymnasia Class and Individual Attendance 47 

Skating and Toboggan Attendance 48 

Total Annual Attendance 49 



PARK AND RECREATION DEPARTMENT. 



COMMISSIONERS' REPORT. 



Hon. James M. Curley, 

Mayor of the City of Boston: 
Dear Sir, — In compliance with the Revised Ordi- 
nances the Board of Park and Recreation Commis- 
sioners herewith presents the annual report for the year 

1915-16. 

John H. Dillon, Chairman. 

Charles Gibson. 

Thomas F„ Galvin. 



REPORT OF THE DEPUTY COMMISSIONER. 



To John H. Dillon, Charles Gibson and Thomas 
F. Galvin, Commissioners: 

Gentlemen, — I beg to submit herein a report of the 
activities of this department for the year ending January 
31, 1916. 

The all-important need of the department at the begin- 
ning of the past year was to place the surface of the 
drives in such condition as would stand the ever-increas- 
ing traffic, and the consequent damage to the roads 
which is more noticeable to those frequenting park 
drives for pleasure than those using public streets in the 
ordinary course of travel. 

To this end two important contracts were made. 
First, Columbia road was resurfaced with bitulithic 
pavement, from Franklin Park to Edward Everett 
square. 

This, being one of the main arteries to Boston from 
the south, is subject to very heavy automobile travel, 
and as no great amount of repair work had been done 
on this drive since it was built in the year 1898, the 
surface was in very poor condition. After one season's 
wear it would appear as though this type of road con- 
struction would be most suitable for drives where the 
auto traffic is exceptionally great, the cost of this 
work being $46,385.97. 

The second contract was for Commonwealth avenue 
on the west side, from Beacon street to Cottage Farm 
Bridge. As the traffic here is mixed, that is, heavy team 
and automobile, it was decided to use wood blocks, that 
being next to granite blocks the most durable. Its 



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advantage over the latter named pavement is that it is 
less noisy and not so dusty. 

This pavement has a concrete base and should endure 
for many years; the contract price was $62,406.42. 

In addition to the above, the department force 
resurfaced Audubon road, from Agassiz Bridge to the 
Fens Bridge, a distance of about 2,000 linear feet, with 
tar macadam. A surface treatment of tar was also 
applied to the other drives in the Fens, and the drives 
in Franklin Park were treated with a coat of heavy 
asphaltic oil and sand. Similar treatment was given 
the Strandway drive, from Edward Everett square to 
Marine Park. 

The main parkway, from Franklin Park to the River- 
way, was treated with a thin coat of Tarvia B and sand. 

The needed repairs were made on Commonwealth 
avenue, from Brighton avenue to the Newton line. 
This is a surface tar treatment, and the repairs were 
made with the same material. 

During the winter months, in order to provide work 
for the needy unemployed, grading of Ronan Park was 
started and work on the leveling of the proposed play- 
ground on Parker Hill was begun. At Marine Park a 
balustrade was erected from the Head House to Castle 
Island Bridge. This was flanked on the land side by a 
granolithic walk, 20 feet in width, and a planting space 
10 feet wide. 

The contract price for the granolithic walk and the 
erection of the balustrade was $6,438.99. All material 
for the balustrade was made up at Franklin Park 
Service Yard by the department force of concrete 
workers. At Marine Park also the subgrading of the 
drive was nearly finished to connect Marine Park with 
Farragut road along the harbor front. The grounds 
about the Aquarium were loamed and graded and they 
were further enhanced by the addition of a rustic 



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foundation and artistic planting of hardy shrubs on the 
slope and garden plots in the lower ground. 

The Fens was improved by grading the large meadow 
opposite the Art Museum and Simmons College and 
the planting of rhododendrons, kalmias and other broad- 
leaved evergreens on the steep bank south of the Richard- 
son Bridge, opposite the John Boyle O'Reilly Memorial. 

A large number of English elms were planted on 
Broadway, South Boston, for which tree pits had to be 
excavated and loamed. 

At the Franklin Field Speedway a reinforced con- 
crete stand was erected, the contract price being $3,368. 

Highland park was improved by grading, seeding, etc. 

Respectfully submitted, 

James B. Shea, 
Deputy Commissioner. 



REPORT OF PHYSICAL DIRECTOR. 



To John H. Dillon, Charles Gibson and Thomas F. 
Galvin, Commissioners: 

Gentlemen, — Any resume of the work and condi- 
tions which come under my supervision as physical 
director must necessarily resemble other reports which 
I have submitted in former years, since the salient 
points of the routine activities are of a fixed character, 
and therefore, except locally or temporarily, do not 
depart from the tested methods which I outlined for 
my instructors several years ago. 

Some slight modifications, as I have said, have been 
introduced to meet local or temporary conditions, 
such as the demand for the motions and rhythm of the 
modern form of dancing. This was introduced in a 
modified form in that portion of the class work for women 
and girls which embra^s dancing. Previous to the last 
few years this part of the class work included only 
folk and aesthetic dancing. 

One fact is worth repeating, as each year its truth is 
gratifyingly evident and universally conceded, and that 
is that Boston is still in the lead along the lines on 
which this department of the public service is moving, 
and this notwithstanding the large efforts that have been 
made by other cities in parallel directions. 

The department now has ten gymnasia as against 
nine last year, with a total weekly attendance varying 
from six thousand to ten thousand per week. Of this 
number about 60 per cent are children or minors and 
40 per cent adults. 

That there is a strong attraction is proven by the 



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fact that a great number of the regular attendants of 
each succeeding year is composed of the same people. 
I have noted this particularly at Columbia Road, now 
in its thirteenth year of existence, in the morning and 
evening women's classes. We have the same class 
leader in both that we had in 1904, and there are about 
twenty-five other members who have also been nearly 
as regular in their attendance. 

We have now definitely arrived at the point in the 
direction of children where we know that the habits of 
bathing and taking exercise which they acquire in their 
early years of spontaneous attendance at our public 
gymnasia clings to them in after years, and frequently 
it is found that the regular and interested patron of the 
adult class is the grown-up juvenile member of former 
years. 

Much has been done at the various institutions in the 
last few years to foster the interest of the child. Social 
days to which the mothers and teachers are invited are 
held frequently everywhere. At Christmastime trees 
laden with inexpensive and useful gifts and some 
immediately appreciable eatables were given at every 
gymnasium except Columbia Road and Curtis Hall, 
where the character of the constituency, adult and 
juvenile, is of a different caliber, because the locality 
wherein they are situated is of the well-to-do residential 
order. The expenses of these Yuletide festivities were 
in each case borne by the employees of the respective 
institutions. 

Visitors' day, on the first Monday and Tuesday of 
each month, to which the public generally and friends 
and parents of the members are invited, has gathered 
quite a lively interest into itself in many of the gymnasia. 

Vine Street, Ward 17, this year opened its doors and 
possibilities to a locality which had had no public agency 
of this character heretofore. The response was large, 



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gratifyingly large, but not great enough, I think. The 
people of this district have not fully awakened to the 
immense advantages and benefits which we have placed 
at their disposal, though the nearness of Columbia Road 
and Cabot Street would partially account for any 
seeming deficiency of response. 

A new building in Ward 7 replaced an old, poorly 
lighted and ventilated building and one impossible to 
heat. The response to the stimulus of new and attractive 
quarters was regulated by the character of the population 
in that vicinity. The children's classes are limited only 
by the capacity of the gymnasium; the men's classes also 
are large, but the ladies' classes, as at North Bennet Street, 
are poorly attended, because the population in both 
sections is mostly foreign, — poor, hard-working people, 
where the mother in the home is the hardest worked 
member of all, and consequently has little or no time 
for self -improvement or recreation. 

The instructors this year, instead of teaching athletics 
on the playgrounds during the summer, were at the 
various beaches teaching swimming and life-saving 
and doing life-guard duty. 

Respectfully submitted, 

James L. Walsh, 
Physical Director. 



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REPORT OF GENERAL SUPERINTENDENT 
OF BATHS. 



To the Board of Park and Recreation Commissioners, 
City of Boston: 

Dear Sirs, — I beg to submit herewith my annual 
report of the activities and work accomplished in the 
Recreation Division of this department for the year 
1915-16. 

The number of varied industries embraced in the 
Recreation Division of this department continues to 
invite the praise as well as imitation by other cities of 
the country. With our 'nine beaches, eight floating 
baths and ten indoor gymnasia, in addition to our 
tennis courts, baseball fields, soccer and rugby inclos- 
ures, running tracks, outdoor gymnasia, bowling greens, 
speedway, toboggan slides and other activities, we can 
safely say that this city can compare favorably with any 
other large city of the country. The continued interest 
manifested by the patrons engaged in. these various 
pursuits justify their maintenance throughout the 
entire year. 

We in Boston are favorably endowed by nature in a 
manner that permits us to give more and better facili- 
ties than perhaps any other city in the country. Our 
coast line permits us to give bathing opportunities not 
approached by any other municipality, and the widely 
scattered playground facilities and indoor gymnasia 
enable us to cater to the wants of the people in practi- 
cally every section of the city. The vast amount of 



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good done and the healthful opportunities offered by us 
can really not be measured by any gauge. I think 
twelve months' recreative and health giving activities 
is one of the chief cardinal principles in any recreation 
field of endeavor. 

Our gymnasia have been extensively patronized by 
young and old alike, of both sexes. Our swimming pools 
have done much to give to all an opportunity to learn 
to swim, which is one of the chief assets of life. Our 
playgrounds have been thronged with devotees of the 
different activities thereon offered at the various 
seasons of the year, so that we may safely assert that 
in variety and number we are unexcelled in this respect. 
Our bathing beaches continue to excite the admiration 
of critics from every city by reason of their large number, 
their facilities and their widely scattered locations. 
Outside the fact that over 2,000,000 used our beaches 
during the past year, we can point with justifiable pride 
to the remarkably small number of accidents that 
occurred. 

Our indoor gymnasia still continue to be the Mecca 
for candidates for the Police and Fire Departments of 
the city, who are tutored by instructors along the civil 
service requirements. This work has lead to the state- 
ment by the medical examiner of the Civil Service 
Commission that the physique of the Fire and Police 
Departments of the city measured up, on this account, 
with that of any other city in the country. 

Our golf courses at Franklin Park have been extended, 
new putting greens laid out and an irrigation system 
installed, so that greens can be watered when necessary. 
The six-hole course for beginners has done much to 
relieve the excessive congestion on the nine-hole course 
for the more adept, but even now they are not large 
enough to cater to the demands made upon them. 



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The bowling greens on Franklin Field daily witness 
gatherings of the patrons of this popular sport, both 
from our own and other cities, and are a distinct feature 
of our recreative life. 

The three toboggan slides on Schoolmaster's Hill in 
Franklin Park on afternoons and evenings when the 
weather permits are daily thronged with those who 
like to engage in this exhilarating sport. Over 300 
toboggans were checked during the past season in 
addition to many transient patrons who used the 
course, indicating the popularity of the sport. 

Where possible, in every section of the city skating 
areas have been provided on our playgrounds, and noth- 
ing contributes more to the health and pleasure of the 
people than this popular winter pastime. 

The ever-increasing popularity of tennis has made 
necessary the construction of tennis courts on different 
playgrounds where the surface would allow it. At 
present about 100 tennis courts are scattered throughout 
the city. 

A new feature has been added to our recreation by 
the laying out on Franklin Park of a cross country 
course, which has been used by the I. C. A. A. A. A. and 
the New England I. C. A. A. for their annual cross 
country championships. The local Amateur Athletic 
Association also hold their cross country championship 
run over these fields, and the course both as regards its 
topography and the manner in which it was laid out, 
enabling spectators to see the contestants at the same 
point on several occasions during the course of their run, 
is admirable. The Press of other cities has also com- 
mented favorably upon this course. 

The opening of the new Ward 17 building and the new 
Ward 15 building have done much to alleviate the needs 
of the people of Roxbury and South Boston in the way 
of gymnasium work and public bathing. 



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I feel that Boston, the pioneer in playgrounds, gym- 
nasium and swimming pool endeavors, should continue 
to hold its place among the leading cities of the country 
in this work, for no money expended in any department 
of the city has a more salutary effect on the people than 
these activities, which are under our supervision. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Hugh C. McGrath, 
General Superintendent of Baths. 



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GENERAL EXHIBIT OF APPROPRIATIONS FOR LAND AND CONSTRUCTION, 1915-16. 



Object of Appropriations. 


Balances 

from 
1914-15. 


Revenue 
received dur- 
ing 1915-16. 


Loans issued 
in 1915-16. 


Transfers 
to. 


Transfers 
from. 


Total 
Credits. 


January 31 
Draft. 


Expenditures 
for 1915-16. 


Balances 
Unexpended. 


Loans 

authorized 

but not issued. 






$1,500 00 








$1,500 00 

5,000 00 

2,898 96 

170 00 

663 82 

1,548 18 

14,082 69 

1,023 48 

339 67 

1,550 32 

5,237 36 






$1,500 00 
5,000 00 
2,341 05 

12,084 37 

339 67 

519 91 






$5,000 00 

2,898 96 

97 73 

663 82 

1,548 18 

14,082 69 

5,883 89 

339 67 

1,550 32 

5,237 36 














dstand 










$550 00 
170 00 


$557 91 
170 00 
663 82 

1,548 18 

1,998 32 

1,023 48 










$72 27 






Charlestown Heights and Dewey Beach, improvements 

Commonwealth avenue, between Arlington and Dartmouth 
streets. 

Convenience stations, City square and at or near Park 
square. 


















100 03 
1,530 00 




















$4,860 41 


























36 29 
971 42 


1,550 32 
4,717 45 




' lmPf 






















$2,500 00 




5,414 34 

37,308 95 

1,019 05 

1,333 01 

2,326 38 

10,829 67 

10,000 00 

2,437 33 

20,439 83 

1,886 16 

24,950 00 










5,414 34 
244 37 
1,019 05 
1,333 01 
2,326 38 

10,829 67 

10,000 00 
202,437 33 

20,439 83 
1,886 16 

24,950 00 




545 55 

244 37 
642 46 


4,868 79 

376 59 
1,333 01 

10,829 67 

03 

17,073 57 

25 00 

178 23 

24,950 00 




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2,326 38 




Improven 














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9,999 97 
25,363 76 
20,414 83 

1,707 93 








$200,000 00 






2,333 01 

40 00 




aygroun acco ' 










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Pajgr , p 




























25,000 00 




2,469 47 
1,807 20 
2,468 53 
850 00 
1,338 19 










2,469 47 

1,807 20 

3,415 00 

850 00 

1,338 19 

100,000 00 

6,468 28 

56,354 00 

102 95 


1,558 90 

7 20 


2,429 45 
1,807 20 
3,415 00 


40 02 

850 00 
79,864 82 




Pla aund Ward 2 


















946 47 






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S 09 
4,903 82 
1,375 00 


1,338 19 
20,135 18 

6,468 28 

50,354 00 

102 95 








100,000 00 








S • Hill B ch dditional land 






6,468 28 






T 


9,950 00 
102 95 




46,500 00 


96 00 














Totals 


$174,233 68 


$1,500 00 


$346,500 00 


$7,487 02 


$42,020 99 


$487,699 71 


$13,5S3 76 


$160,524 98 


$321,174 73 


$27,500 00 



EXPENDITURES ON ACCOUNT OF LAND AND 


CONSTRUCTION FROM FEBRUARY 


1, 1915, 


TO JANUARY 31 


, 1916. 






Land. 


Filling 

and 

Grading. 


Drainage, 

Water 

Supply 

and 

Fountains. 


Shelter 

and 

Building. 


Walks 
and 

Seats. 


Fences. 


Grounds. 


Expert 
Service. 


Execution 
of Court. 


Totals. 


Grand 
Totals. 


at bandstand 










$557 91 












$557 91 
170 00 
663 82 

1,548 18 

1.998 32 
1,023 4S 
1,550 32 
4,717 45 

545 55 

244 37 

642 46 

2,326 3S 

9.999 97 


















$170 00 








$663 82 
















Commonwealth avenue, between Arlington and Dartmouth 
streets. 

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$1,548 18 


$468 32 












$1,530 00 












761 52 
1,550 32 






$261 96 


























olf links 












4,717 45 








■ m EastBostc 














545 55 






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244 37 












ymnasiurn, 




642 46 
















fsm 11 arks and s ! 










142 50 


2,183 88 








mprovemen 




9,999 97 














PI modations Ward 19 


$24,250 00 










113 86 


1,999 90 






Playgrounds, completion of: 


15,132 08 
1,682 52 
1,864 77 












$15,132 08 
1,882 02 
3,400 73 














199 50 
1,535 96 






































227 30 






20,414 S3 


Playgrounds, improvements: 


$227 30 
1,236 92 

215 SI 
27 90 


M ■ 




960 90 


$276 02 














O ' t Hei hts 










215 81 
27 90 








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2,389 85 










39 60 






1,707 93 
2,429 45 


d W rd2 


1,800 00 
3,415 00 










7 20 






1,807 20 


PI jund Ward 5 


















3,415 00 


Buildin Franklin Park alters 






1,338 19 














1,338 19 


nP rk 




19,314 78 








87 40 
25 00 


733 00 

125 00 

1,354 00 






20,135 18 


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6,318 28 
55,000 00 














6,468 28 


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56,354 00 


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102 95 


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$90,783 28 


$54,962 99 


$276 02 


$3,112 56 


$660 86 


$2,139 92 


$9,153 98 


$5,265 37 


$170 00 




$166,524 98 











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EXPENDITURES ON ACCOUNT OF MAINTENANCE FROM FEBRUARY 


, 1915, TO JANUARY 31, 1916. 








Grounds. 


Walks. 


Buildings. 


Construction and Improvements. 


Animals, 

Fish, 

Sheep and 

Water 

Fowl. 


Sports. 


Gymrasium 
BiliMings. 


Rental. 


General 
Expense. 




Playgrounds and Gymnasia. 


Grading, 
T^oam and 
Planting. 


Drainage 

and Water 

Supply. 


Walls. 

Walks, 

Fences 

and Seats. 


Buildings. 


Totals. 




$735 75 
1,278 00 

755 50 
1,457 99 
1,142 91 
1,126 95 

955 03 
1,034 22 

809 33 
1,150 56 
1,096 05 
2.531 28 
1.322 14 

673 75 
1,129 80 
1,069 51 
1,004 14 

907 08 

1,047 30 

1.071 36 

3 50 

1.112 49 

144 00 

275 14 

229 61 

1.157 52 
693 27 

1.158 50 
538 00 
969 50 

1,174 73 

1,089 63 

1,290 91 

16 50 

208 25 

834 28 

590 25 

722 89 




$837 26 
659 53 
154 39 

1,136 97 

1,256 17 
97 04 
693 84 
678 28 

1,390 71 

1,381 42 
724 38 

2,383 38 
816 25 
38 00 

1,616 31 
116 13 

1,056 19 
175 26 
749 32 
992 79 




















$1,573 01 
2,143 83 
940 89 
2.923 23 
2,869 83 
1,462 34 
1,648 87 
1,718 75 
2,290 79 






$66 71 
26 25 
67 36 


$98 50 








$41 09 
4 75 
126 79 
308 22 
238 35 


























$134 12 


















9 03 


$153 50 






















































25 






























90 75 
80 56 
7 40 
1,683 35 
192 56 
48 50 
115 18 
















7 00 








































242 75 


52 09 




$4,582 41 


$121 01 








$1,840 30 


















John Winthrop Plavgr 










9 00 














Marcella Street Play ound 








274 00 
99 00 
126 93 


















776 08 
20 19 




273 05 






















48 00 










2,255 45 




















Norfolk Street Plavgtound 




806 78 




789 04 






189 81 
124 30 
206 31 










3,582 25 


North Bright 11 Ph. ound 


















2,188 45 
























209 81 










1 74 














1,114 23 


























144 00 






17 7.5 


137 52 










66 25 
8 75 
29 75 
20 40 

249 63 
20 00 
84 00 
6 09 
15 00 

230 61 










496 66 


Portsmouth Street Ph. -I 




















238 36 


Prince street Plav i 




570 01 

1.376 70 

30 25 




















1,757 28 


Randolph Playgr 






30 00 
















2,120 37 






















1,438 38 
























558 00 






641 90 

999 76 

10 00 

1.973 10 




14 00 
















1,709 40 






39 33 
358 73 
113 61 

76 00 


242 75 














2,462 66 




















1,473 36 






















3,608 23 






















92 50 








10 83 


















219 08 






842 60 

612 97 

1,263 16 




290 23 
















1,967 11 






















1,203 22 
















20 23 








2,006 28 


W 1 3 G 














$4,567 04 
3,257 45 
1,816 11 
4,241 75 
6,156 29 
1,422 46 
9,153 32 
4,355 97 
8,029 64 

12,875 31 
8,800 49 






4.567 04 






















$291 69 




3,549 14 
























1,816 11 


























4,241 75 


























6,156 29 


























1,422 46 


























9,153 32 


























4,355 97 


























8,029 64 


























12.875 31 


























8,800 49 


Smith's Pond 


301 64 






















301 64 




$34,809 26 


$134 12 


$25,291 82 


$2,737 56 


$216 19 


$1,982 45 


$4,864 46 


$121 01 


$4,256 63 


$64,675 83 


$291 69 


$1,840 30 


$141,221 32 

































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33 



Expenditures on Account of Maintenance from February 1, 1915, to January 31, 1916. 



Baths and Showers. 


Buildings. 


Furnishings. 


Rental. 


General 
Expenses. 


Construction 
Fence. 


Totals. 




$11,464 68 

4,414 85 

4,789 59 

13,520 11 

1,212 85 

16,724 18 

2,224 64 

9,955 57 

9,643 28 

1,636 80 

2,188 92 

2,598 69 

679 29 

842 00 

692 00 

546 17 

346 99 

850 75 

375 60 

550 68 

915 91 

3,923 67 

926 90 

852 54 

1,931 05 

3,751 16 

18,381 78 

1,597 53 


$785 00 

785 00 

400 00 

990 00 

125 00 

1,454 84 

131 00 

710 00 

895 00 

58 00 

50 00 

210 00 

58 00 

58 00 

58 00 

50 00 




$803 07 
25 00 
45 00 
153 25 
65 00 
437 00 
531 35 
160 09 
105 88 




$13,052 75 








5,224 85 








5,234 69 








14,663 36 




$500 00 




1,902 85 


L Street Bath . 


$2,530 16 


21,146 18 






2,886 99 








10,825 66 








10,644 16 








1,694 80 






331 57 




2,570 49 








2,808 69 


Dover Street Floating Bath 


750 00 






1,487 29 






900 00 








750 00 


800 00 






1,396 17 








346 99 




58 00 

50 00 

58 00 

47 00 

58 00 

141 00 

50 00 

114 00 

155 10 








908 75 






8 00 




433 60 








608 68 






5 00 




967 91 








3,981 67 










1,067 90 






8 00 




910 54 








2,045 05 










3,906 26 










18,381 78 












1,597 53 








7,340 32 
99 00 




7,340 32 












99 00 
















$117,538 18 


$7,548 94 


$2,050 00 


$10,117 53 


$2,530 16 


$139,784 81 



34 



Expenditures from February 1, 1915, to January 31, 1916, on Parks 
and Squares in Existence on January 12, 1887. 

Maintained in Part by the Transfer Appropriation of $196,230.40 from the 
George F. Parkman Fund Income. 



Labor. 


Material. 


Total. 


$2,614 93 


$236 44 


$2,851 37 


410 59 


6 


50 


417 09 


85 89 


20 


75 


106 64 


687 08 


117 


50 


804 58 


21,718 13 


3,626 


03 


25,344 16 


220 75 


20 


60 


241 35 


198 61 


26 


85 


225 46 


161 51 


3 


00 


164 51 


358 75 


35 


85 


394 60 


44 00 


2 


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46 00 


10,243 30 


920 


14 


11,163 44 


111 58 


3 


00 


114 58 


207 33 


38 


50 


245 83 


147 25 


37 


60 


184 85 


234 28 


14 


85 


249 13 


342 43 


29 


25 


371 68 


33 84 


8 


25 


42 09 


8,599 55 


6,636 


69 


15,236 24 


36 75 


3 


00 


39 75 


430 80 


74 


50 


505 30 


37,078 93 


9,747 60 


, 46,826 53 


741 27 


126 99 


868 26 


264 24 


10 


50 


274 74 


399 00 


20 


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419 00 


740 25 


91 


35 


831 60 


105 50 


4 


50 


110 00 


205 99 


12 


25 


218 24 


61 00 

234 70 






61 00 


33 


35 


268 05 


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109 


75 


823 86 


1,033 97 


134 


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1,167 97 


14,090 54 


16,987 


52 


31,078 06 


328 93 


17 00 


345 93 


$102,885 78 


$39,156 


11 


$142,041 89 



Arnold Arboretum 

Belmont square 

Berwick Park 

Blackstone square 

Boston Common 

Brighton square 

Bromley Park 

Cedar square 

Central square 

Centre street 

Charlesbank 

City Hall grounds 

City square 

Concord square 

Copley square 

Eaton square 

Essex square 

Fens 

Fern square 

Fort Hill square 

Franklin Park 

Franklin square 

Highland Park 

Horatio Harris Park. . . 
Independence square . . 

Jackson square 

Lincoln square 

Linwood Park 

Longwood Park 

Madison Park 

Massachusetts avenue. 

Marine Park 

Maverick square 



Carried forward . 



35 



Expenditures on Parks and Squares in Existence on 
January 12, 1887. — Concluded. 



Labor. 



Material. 



Total. 



Brought forward. . . 
Meeting House Hill . . . 

Mt. Bowdoin 

Park square 

Orchard Park 

Public Garden 

Prescott square 

Putnam square 

Riverway 

Rutland square 

Soldiers Monument lot 

Sullivan square 

Thomas Park 

Union Park 

Walnut Park 

Washington Park . : . . . 

Winthrop square 

Worcester square 

Wood Island Park 

Aquarium 

Zoological Gardens. . . . 

Totals 



$102,885 78 

321 50 

256 50 

35 25 

604 95 

14,154 60 

105 00 

122 35 

6,295 35 

115 50 

41 00 

330 87 

857 65 

182 00 

141 35 

1,109 34 

315 22 

251 45 

8,408 97 

15,204 72 

35,126 23 



,156 11 
30 35 
18 00 



85 50 
1,845 43 



6 00 
1,743 12 

31 75 
2 00 

32 50 
71 88 
32 00 

2 50 

194 85 

29 25 

46 85 

1,571 23 

6,342 10 

20,381 28 



$142,041 89 

351 85 

274 50 

35 25 

690 45 

16,000 03 

105 00 

128 35 

8,038 47 

147 25 

43 00 

363 37 

929 53 

214 00 

143 85 

1,304 19 

344 47 

298 30 

9,980 20 

21,546 82 

55,507 51 



$186,865 58 



$71,622 70 



$258,488 28 



36 



RECAPITULATION. 



Expenditures on account of maintenance from February 1, 1915, 

to January 31, 1916. 
Parks and gardens .... $464,564 14 
Playgrounds and gymnasia . 
Baths and beaches . 
Celebrations and entertainments 
General expenses 

$897,343 39 



141,221 32 

139,784 81 

8,990 57 

142,782 55 



Expenditures on account of land and construc- 
tion from February 1, 1915, to January 31, 
1916 166,524 98 



$1,063,868 37 



CASH RECEIPTS OF THE PARK AND RECREATION DEPART- 
MENT, FROM FEBRUARY 1, 1915, TO JANUARY 31, 1916. 

Park Division. 
For labor, suppression of gypsy and brown-tail 

moths $17,387 84 

From the Commonwealth, for moth suppres- 
sion' 3,000 00 

For labor, other city departments, etc. . . 14,834 14 

From balance of gift funds 6,530 33 

From the Boston Common Tree Fund, income, 200 00 

For use of towels and soap 1,015 04 

From coin locks, convenience stations . . 599 11 

From sale of horses, etc 5,185 50 

From sale of cart, horse collars and harness . 215 00 

From sale of junk, wood, shrubs, etc. . . 203 00 

From sale of live stock, wool and fowl . . 25 75 

From sale of land . 1,500 00 

From sale of buildings 627 60 

Refund on six Ford autos 300 00 

Rents 9,709 24 

$61,332 55 

Carried forward $61,332 55 



37 



Brought forward $61,332 55 

Recreation Division. 
For use of bathing suits, towels, etc. . . $28,943 06 
Commission on weighing machines . . . 110 60 

Commission on telephone stations ... 24 85 

Rents 960 67 

30,039 18 

$91,371 73 

Above receipts were credited as follows: 

General revenue, city income $42,609 43 

Sinking Fund 627 60 

Public parks 1,500 00 

Appropriation, Park and Recreation Department . . 46,634 70 

$91,371 73 



Park Betterments Collected by City Collector to January 31, 1916. 





Assessments 
Committed 
to Collector. 


Abated. 


Net Assess- 
ments. 


Collected. 


Outstanding 

January 31, 

1916. 


Public Park, Back Bay. . . 


$434,600 00 


$144,195 73 


$290,404 27 


$290,404 27 






23,543 00 


12,616 80 


10,926 20 


10,926 20 

13,028 34 

8,256 00 






135,029 00 


122,000 66 


13,028 34 




Parkway, Old Harbor .... 


60,789 00 


50,426 00 


10,363 00 


$2,107 00 


■ Muddy River . . 


108,972 00 


83,594 25 


25,377 75 


23,238 75 


2,139 00 


" West Roxbury, 


154,107 00 


113,808 00 


40,299 00 


31,913 00 


8,386 00 


" Dorchester 


9,713 00 


3,055 54 


6,657 46 


5,927 74 


729 72 




$926,753 00 


$529,696 98 


$397,056 02 


$383,694 30 


$13,361 72 



Public Park and Playground Debt. 

Liabilities. 
Total loans outstanding January 31, 1916 . . . $14,633,410 98 

Resources. 
Sinking Fund January 31, 1916 8,603,313 71 

Net Debt January 31, 1916 $6,030,097 27 



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Men. 



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Women. 



Girls. 



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Dover Street Bridge Floating Bath, 

L Street Bath House 

Wood Island Park Bath 

Border Street Floating Bath 

North End Park 

Dewey Beach Bath 

Charlesbank Floating Bath 

Jeffries Point Floating Bath 

Warren Bridge Floating Bath 

Tenean Beach Bath 

Curtis Hall Pool 

Cabot Street Pool 

Ward 16 Pool 

McKenzie Beach Bath 

Freeport Street Bath 

Savin Hill Beach 



6,050 

312,857 

83,326 

1,111 

5,846 
17,040 

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19,125 
20,944 



38,840 

173,847 

30,142 

23,090 

120,157 

65,895 

52,460 

7,054 

51,975 

34,105 



42,224 

19,424 

7,434 



4,428 

9,320 

44,970 



41,195 
20,470 
27,855 



7,401 

58,960 

9,880 

5,751 

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18,420 

16,150 

1,265 

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21,055 
90,155 
14,460 
16,338 
43,992 
37,815 
37,576 
5,712 
25,025 
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635,819 

137,808 

46,290 

173,786 

139,170 

114,666 

14,031 

117,625 

91,292 

42,224 

19,424 

7,434 

82,211 

53,135 

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69,082 



198,515 



392,022 



1,880,201 



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Men. 


Boys. 


Women. 


Girls. 


153,901 


9,728 


40,378 


13,607 


68,911 


44,443 


17,707 


13,241 


117,987 


18,331 


33,608 


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47,826 


31,031 


10,869 


10,765 


38,918 


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3,980 


3,527 


28,463 


7,660 


3,364 


2,104 


68,363 


18,229 


14,062 


13,718 


312,857 


173,847 


58,960 


90,155 


32,262 


22,366 


4,119 


10,620 


33,695 


45,423 


17,085 


11,930 


66,630 


34,295 


9,080 


10,910 


82,137 


10,517 


37,643 


26,101 


13,350 


5,414 


4,230 


2,732 


1,065,300 


435,117 


255,085 


224,410 



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Dover Street Bath 

Cabot Street Bath 

North Bennet Street Bath. . . 

Ward 16 Gymnasium 

Ward 7 Gymnasium 

Ward 9 Gymnasium 

East Boston Gymnasium. . . . 

L Street Bath 

D Street Gymnasium 

Curtis Hall Baths 

Ward 3 Gymnasium 

Ward 15 Municipal Building 
Ward 17 Municipal Building 



217,614 
144,302 
184,926 
100,491 

60,258 

41,591 
114,372 
635,819 

69,367 
108,133 
120,915 
156,398 

25,726 

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Girls. 


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4,039 
4,223 

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3,141 
2,774 
4,268 
3,535 
2,428 
1,546 


3,916 
2,545 
7,751 
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2,571 
5,124 
3,723 
3,510 
1,689 
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7,645 
8,203 
1,709 
5,877 
7,688 
8,839 
5,605 
3,219 
4,647 


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3,394 

2,847 

4,180 

2,070 

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1,732 

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6,288 

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1,598 

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4,870 

1,797 

1,765 


3,275 
2,465 
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4,319 
6,636 
3,286 
4,880 
3,862 
3,666 


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6,096 


48,606 




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18,992 




27,781 




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2,685 
1,911 

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24,228 


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32,606 


59,397 


26,054 


22,091 


42,805 


12,966 


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Columbus Avenue 

Charlesbank 

Charlestown Playground. . . . 

Commonwealth Park 

Cottage Street, East Boston. 
First Street Playground .... 

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Forest Hills 

Gibson Street Playground . . 
Marcella Street Playground. 

Mystic Playground 

Neponset Playground 

North Brighton Playground. 
Norfolk Street Playground. . 

Orient Heights 

Randolph Street Playground 

Strandway Playground 

Savin Hill Playground 

William Eustis Playground . , 
Wood Island Park 

Totals 

Tobogganing, Franklin Park . 



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6,600 
29,080 

9,115 
11,022 
45,700 
82,328 

4,538 
15,650 
20,634 

5,673 
11,780 
24,534 

8,425 
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20,150 
18,185 

6,910 
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2,405 

4,333 
156 
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Ashmont Playground 118,811 

Billings Field 86,812 

Columbus Avenue Playground . 129,130 

Cottage Street Playground 138,383 

Charlestown Playground 197,209 

Charlesbank, women's gymnasium . . . 95,276 

Charlesbank, men's gymnasium .... 144,108 

Commonwealth Park 130,575 

Dorchester Park 8,362 

Forest Hills Playground 181,826 

Franklin Field . 275,297 

First Street Playground 294,449 

Gibson Playground 258,325 

John Winthrop Playground 39,400 

Marcella Street Playground 295,243 

Mystic Playground 80,613 

Norfolk Street Playground 85,001 

Neponset Playground 135,771 

North Brighton Playground . - . . . . 177,655 

Orient Heights Playground 44,290 

Roslindale Playground 162,453 

Randolph Street Playground 115,066 

Ripley Playground 15,232 

RonanPark 22,425 

Strandway . . . 257,525 

Savin Hill Playground 72,860 

William Eustis Playground 295,071 

West Fifth Street Playground .... 88,370 

West Third Street Playground . . . . 57,070 

Wood Island Park 100,245 

Ward 5 Playground 8,001 

Total 4,110,854 

Franklin Park golf 27,026 

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