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With the Compliments of the 



Park and Recreation Commissioners. 



Cits of Boston 

PARK AND RECREATION DEPARTMENT 



FORTY-FOURTH ANNUAL REPORT 



BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS 



FOB THE 



Year Ending January ji, 1919 




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ANNUAL REPORT 



PARK AND RECREATION DEPARTMENT 



YEAR ENDING JANUARY 31, 1919. 



Boston, February 3, 1919. 

Hon. Andrew J. Peters, 

Mayor of the City of Boston: 

Dear Sir, — The Board has the honor herewith to 
submit its report for the year ending January 31, 1919: 

The department expended on account of annual 
maintenance the sum of $954,107.93. This amount 
was for the ordinary maintenance of the department, 
with the exception of $42,073.69, expended for perma- 
nent road surface on Commonwealth avenue. 

In addition to the regular work of the department 
there was expended on Boston Common for the con- 
struction of Liberty Mall, opposite the State House, 
$17,362.06. The surface of this mall is composed of 
rough texture of granolithic, and by the elimination of 
many crosswalks, this part of the Common presents a 
vastly improved appearance. In addition to this work 
on the Common, the sum of $9,592.03 was expended on 
the building of a walk between Liberty Mall and the 
main walk, crossing the Common from West street to 
Monument Hill. The building of this walk allowed of 



2 City Document No. 22. 

the elimination of several smaller walks and the forma- 
tion of larger lawn spaces and consequently improved 
the appearance. 

Nearly one hundred dead and dying trees were 
removed from the Common, and 150 young trees sub- 
stituted. These trees were mainly English elms and 
European lindens, carefully selected, being of the best 
types of those trees for use on the Common. 

The contract for the reconstruction of Commonwealth 
avenue, between Massachusetts avenue and Charlesgate 
West was finished during the year at an expense of 
$51,377.34. This change is one which not only improves 
the appearance of this portion of Commonwealth avenue, 
but also assists very materially in the handling of auto- 
mobile traffic at this point. 

A new paint shop was erected at the Franklin Park 
service yard and the stable (partly burned the year 
previously) was repaired and changed into a garage for 
the accommodation of the motor apparatus of the depart- 
ment. This, with other building improvements at 
Franklin Park, cost the department $27,987.08. 

The arrangement about the columns, including the 
artificial stonework and the ornamental fence, was 
completed at an expense of $5,551.83. 

The contract for repairing the iron pier at South 
Boston, including the painting, replanking and repairs 
on the girders, was completed and the bridge, which was 
closed the previous year, was opened to the public on 
the 1st of June. 

The drive in the Fens, from Westland avenue entrance 
across the Richardson Bridge to Commonwealth avenue, 
was resurfaced with a permanent pavement at a cost 
of $18,768.94. 

The contract for grading and improving Billings Field 
(let the year previous) was finished during the year at 
an expense of $4,000.78. 

The contract for building a sea wall, grading the 
playground and erecting fences at Mystic Playground, 
Charlestown, was completed at a cost of $9,970.50. 

At Norfolk Street Playground, Dorchester, improve- 
ments were made, consisting of a steel footbridge across 
the railroad, grading, walks and granolithic pavement, 
at a cost of $6,778.74. 

At Rogers Park in Brighton the contract for the 
sanitary and locker building, grading, walks and con- 
crete work and building fences, was completed at a 



Park and Recreation Department. 3 

total cost of $13,474.87. This work was started 
during the preceding year. 

At Roslindale Playground there was expended for 
grading, drainage and concrete work and building of 
wire fences, $8,828.09. 

The grading of Smith's Pond playground, contract for 
which was started the year previous, was finished at a 
cost of $7,166.03. 

The Tenean Beach bath house was completed, and a 
part of the grading about the building, at a cost of 
$28,600.95. 

The playground in the North End at Morton and 
Stillman streets was finished during the year, there 
being expended for the purpose, $49,475.02. This 
work was started the year previous, and its completion 
shows one of the most up-to-date children's playgrounds 
in the most crowded part of the city. 

The bath house at the Savin Hill Beach was com- 
pleted and opened to the public, the work having been 
started in the year previous. The contract for the 
grading of the playground is as yet unfinished, although 
$24,371.54 has been paid out on this work. 

A large number of trees were removed from "Franklin 
Park, Olmsted Park and West Roxbury Park. These 
included young trees, which must be thinned out from 
year to year in order to prevent crowding, and older 
trees which were dead and diseased. This work must 
be performed during the winter months and as it has 
been neglected in years past it will require a number of 
years' work to put the plantations in proper condition. 

The golf links and the children's playground on the 
Playstead at Franklin Park have been used during the 
past year for war gardens, and the war now being over 
it is not expected they will be used for this purpose, but 
must be leveled and seeded for recreational purposes. 

Conditions at the Zoo and Aquarium have been far 
from satisfactory, but as a new curator has now been 
secured it is confidently expected that this department 
will be brought up to the proper standard. 

Yours truly, 

James B. Shea, Chairman, 
John K. M. L. Farquhar, 
David Stoneman, 

Commissioners. 



City Document No. 22. 



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 in the Recreation Division of the Park and Recrea- 
tion Department for the year 1918-19. 

The absence of many of the citizens during the war 
period has in a measure lessened the patronage of our 
various activities, but in no way decreased the facilities 
afforded the citizens of our municipality. 

All of the playgrounds, gymnasia and bathing institu- 
tions were maintained fully up to the standard as in 
former years. Moreover, during the critical period of 
war times the department cooperated most generously 
with the army and navy authorities in furnishing every 
facility, in addition to the time and talent of its personnel, 
in developing the stamina and health in the army and 
navy. 

The improvements of a permanent nature in the 
department have been quite extensive and have con- 
tributed much to the greater efficiency of our work. 

Tenean Beach. 

The new building and the resurfacing and grading of 
the beach at this point will do much to make this popular 
institution even more alluring to the thousands who 
frequently have recourse to its facilities. The beach, 
when completed, will be much larger in area and it will 
have a more pleasant bathing surface, by reason of the 
additional sand that has been placed here and with the 
addition of the new and up-to-date bath house, with 
separate compartments for both men and women, boys 
and girls, it will easily prove to be one of the most modern 
and thoroughly equipped bath houses in the country. 
Over one thousand closets and lockers will be available 
to the people of this section of the city, together with two 
shower rooms with over a dozen showers. 



Park and Recreation Department. 5 

Savin Hill Beach. 

The extensive improvement made on the playground 
and the beach, together with the artistic design affected 
in the new plans, have made this beach one of the most 
sightly in our system of bathing beaches. Its large scope 
of bathing area of over three hundred yards, its fully 
equipped bath house, with separate compartments for 
both sexes and all ages, and the extensive improvements 
made on the playground, make this an ideal recreation 
center. The bath house is so designed as to be used also 
as a locker building for the playground activities — both 
during the bathing season and the other seasons of the 
year when the bath house is closed. Consequently, 
twelve months of recreation are now provided for at this 
site for the citizens of this section of the city. 

North End Park. 

The new sea wall constructed along here and the other 
improvements made on the playground and buildings 
will render this resort much more serviceable and accept- 
able to those who use it. This institution, with its 
recreational piers, playground and bathing facilities, 
acts as a medium for health and strength and affords to 
thousands of our citizens of a cosmopolitan character, 
who live in this section of the city, an opportunity to 
indulge in their favorite form of pleasure. 

ROSLINDALE BUILDING. 

A distinct asset to this department has been the open- 
ing of the new Roslindale building, with its gymnasium 
and shower rooms. It caters to a largearea in a constantly 
growing community and the large crowds who frequent 
it daily are evidence of the need for its construction in 
this district. 

L Street. 

This ever popular bathing beach has witnessed the 
same degree of popularity as in previous years and it 
would seem advisable, as soon as money could be made 
available, to construct a more complete and larger bath- 
ing pavilion on the present site, as in many instances it 
has proven inadequate to handle the tremendous crowds 
who frequent this place during the hot weather. Special 
arrangements were made during the past year to provide 
thousands of men in the service of the navy who were 



6 City Document No. 22. 

stationed at Commonwealth Pier with every facility 
free of charge, and large numbers availed themselves of 
this opportunity at this point. 

Mystic Bridge. 

To meet the demands of the people of this section of 
Charlestown a floating bath was stationed the past year 
at the Chelsea Bridge North, adjacent to the pier, and, 
when the tide permitted, its opening was of much relief 
to the people of the adjacent vicinity. 

During the past year swimming meets were held 
throughout the several beaches, which did much in the 
way of teaching the younger children the method of 
swimming. Prizes were given and the events were 
graded to conform to the ages of the participants. An 
athletic meet for the boys throughout the city was also 
held at Franklin Field and a large number of entries 
was received. The competition was keen and the per- 
formances were witnessed by a large number of specta- 
tors, and the meet served to perpetuate the work hereto- 
fore carried on in promoting the health and strength of 
the younger generation. 

Swimming meets were also held at Curtis Hall pool 
and the Cabot street pool for the men in the service, 
who during the winter season frequented these institu- 
tions for the purpose of learning the method of swim- 
ming. The work of the department in this respect met 
with the approval of the navy authorities, who readily 
recognized the value of the work in teaching the per- 
sonnel of the navy how to handle themselves in the 
water, a most necessary feature of their training. 

The gymnasiums in the department were also opened 
up to all men in the service, and D Street Gymnasium, 
South Boston, daily witnessed many hundreds engaged 
in active forms of sport. 

The Floating Hospital for babies again used our pier 
at North End Park, where the mothers and babies of 
this city congregated every morning to take the hospital 
ship on its daily trip down the harbor. 

The Massachusetts Nautical Training Ship " Ranger" 
also used our pier at North End Park for its winter berth, 
and the upper rooms of the women's department were 
used as a schoolroom by the authorities for their class 
work. 

The department, as in previous years, again loaned 
its facilities to the school authorities for bathing in its 



Park and Recreation Department. 7 

pools and shower rooms. The high school boys of the 
city used the Curtis Hall and Cabot street pools for 
their development and many swimming meets were 
held in these buildings during the winter season. The 
use of our shower rooms were also given over at certain 
hours of the day for bathing for the younger children of 
the district adjacent to Tyler street, South End, and 
North Bennet street, North End. 

A life guard and helper was likewise furnished to the 
Randidge Trust Fund excursions for the purpose of safe- 
guarding the life and limb of the children who daily went 
down the harbor on these popular excursions. 

The gymnasium work was interrupted in a measure 
last winter owing to the fuel shortage, but the curriculum 
of the department did much in promoting the health of 
the citizens and the army men as soon as the situation 
was relieved. 

I would respectfully recommend that a portion of the 
Parkman Fund be set aside for the development of the 
plans now drawn for the improvement of the Charles- 
bank Gymnasium in the West End. These plans call 
for facilities which are perhaps unexcelled in any play- 
ground in the department for the completeness of its 
accommodations and the character of the recreation 
which it caters to. 

The need of a municipal building in Brighton, with an 
up-to-date gymnasium and swimming pool, becomes 
more evident yearly. 

I would emphasize the necessity of adopting a fixed 
policy that whenever a public building is erected in the 
future that a swimming pool be made a part of its equip- 
ment in order that the people throughout the city may 
enjoy twelve months of bathing, in addition to carrying 
out the policy of the department to teach the children 
of this municipality the method of swimming as a vital 
part of their life training. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Hugh C. McGrath, 
General Superintendent of Baths. 



City Document No. 22. 



REPORT OF PHYSICAL DIRECTOR. 



To the Commissioners of the Park and Recreation Depart- 
ment, Mr. James B. Shea, Chairman: 

Gentlemen, — I am pleased to open a report for the 
year ending January 31, 1919, by noting that a decrease 
in attendance at the various gymnasia reported for last 
year (the first in twenty-one years and due wholly to 
war conditions) has gradually adjusted itself, and during 
the last two or three months of this year has been nearly 
normal. 

We have one more gymnasium than we had last year, 
making eleven now to care for the city's population along 
this line of municipal development. • 

A review and comparison of these civic centers and 
their activities as compared with previous reports is as 
follows : 

Three gymnasia which during last year were taken 
over by the Government either wholly or in part — 
Paris Street, North Bennet Street and D Street — still 
remain under Government control. Now that the war 
is over it is hoped that they will soon be at the service of 
the people of Boston again in their old capacity. 

At Charlestown, Harrison Avenue and Tyler Street 
gymnasia conditions remain practically unchanged. 

At the Cabot Street Gymnasium where there has 
been during the past three or four years a marked 
decrease in. attendance I am pleased to report a decided 
increase in both adult classes in the gymnasium and pool 
alike. 

There was a determined effort to arouse flagging inter- 
est in the community nearby and it seems to have had 
desired results. 

With the exception of the new gymnasium at Roslin- 
dale, and of which I will report specially, Curtis Hall, 
Vine Street and Columbia Road gymnasia still hold the 
banner in attendance and condition. 

A new gymnasium was opened in Roslindale on Janu- 
ary 14, 1919. 

This presented to the people of this large community 
all the benefits and pleasures which we have to offer, 



Park and Recreation Department. 9 

and which they had not heretofore enjoyed, except those 
few who were willing to go long distances to avail them- 
selves of privileges whose efficacy and benefit they were 
familiar with. 

It is a very fine gymnasium, modernly and efficiently 
equipped, and while it is too soon to speak of definite 
results it promises to attain a record in attendance. 

The usual summer activities, including swimming 
meets at all the beaches and ending with a grand final 
meet, were carried on as reported in former years. 

The same is true of the playgrounds. 

The total number of competitors in the swimming 
races was about 900. 

The total number of competitors in the athletic meets 
was about 700. 

There were nearly 300 swimming medals awarded and 
235 athletic medals were won. 

To all the instructors is due my thanks for their con- 
tinued efficiency and cooperation. 

James L. Walsh. 
Physical Director. 



10 City Document No. 22. 



REPORT OF THE CURATOR OF THE ZOOLOGI- 
CAL GARDEN AND AQUARIUM. 



To the Commissioners of the Park and Recreation Depart- 
ment: 

Gentlemen, — I herewith submit a report of the 
Franklin Park Zoological Garden and Aquarium for the 
year ending January 31, 1919. 

Inasmuch as I have held the position of curator but 
one month in the year 1918-19, it is obvious that my 
report must be based on data supplied by the books at 
the Zoological Garden, and therefore is necessarily 
limited. 

Zoological Garden. 

During the past year many trying conditions had to be 
met in this department, such as the shortage of coal and 
food supplies. Also, the Zoo was necessarily handi- 
capped in the obtaining of new specimens for exhibition 
by the entire cessation of importations of birds and 
animals as a result of the war. 

The number of birds on hand January 31, 1918, was 
413. 

The number of animals on hand January 31, 1918, was 
100. 

During the past year there were donated 75 birds and 
26 animals. Eight birds were purchased. Nineteen 
birds and 4 animals were received in exchange for 3 elk, 
3 llama, 1 monkey and 7 macaw. Three animals were 
born at the Zoo. 

The number of birds on hand January 31, 1919, was 
364. 

The number of animals on hand January 31, 1919, was 
94. 

Aquarium. 

During the fiscal year ending January 31, 1919, several 
important improvements were made at the Aquarium, 
chief among which were the overhauling of the water 
chilling machine, the installing of new inner tubes in the 
ammonia condenser and the moving of this machine to a 



Park and Recreation Department. 11 

more practical place. Improvements were made in the 
aerating system and the method of transporting fish so 
that the shipment received from the New York Aquarium 
in June came through with a negligible loss. Ironwork 
in the exhibition tanks was reinforced with concrete in 
order to protect it from the galvanic action of the salt 
water. A natural rock and coral background was 
placed in four of the salt water tanks, which added so 
much to their attractiveness that the rest of the tanks 
will undergo similar treatment during the coming year. 

Besides 1 harbor seal and 4 sea lions, there are at the 
present time on exhibition 56 species of fish, totaling over 
five hundred individuals. 

On June 21, 1918, 422 fish, comprising 42 species, 
were received as the result of purchase from the New 
York Aquarium. 

Very respectfully yours, 

George F. Morse, Jr., 

Curator. 



12 City Document No. 22. 



REPORT OF COMMITTEE ON BAND 
CONCERTS. 



Boston, October 23, 1918. 

Hon. Andrew J. Peters, 

Mayor of the City of Boston: 

In behalf of the committee appointed by your Honor 
to make recommendations to the Park and Recreation 
Department with regard to the city band concerts dur- 
ing the past summer, I beg herewith to tender our report : 

In accordance with your Honor's expressed wish, the 
committee had as its aim the provision of such concerts 
of good music, well performed, as would best serve the 
interests of the citizens of Boston and could be arranged 
for the sum appropriated therefor by the citv, namely, 
$6,000. 

It was the unanimous opinion of the committee that 
the artistic standards of the concerts would largely be 
measured by two elements, viz. : The musical ability and 
authority of the band leaders and the size and efficiency 
of the bands. As the appropriation for the current 
season was 40 per cent less than that for the preceding 
year, it was obvious that the same number of concerts 
could not be given this year without still further reduc- 
ing the already insufficient number of musicians in the 
bands. As such action could not be contemplated, it 
was decided, with the approval of the chairman of the 
Park and Recreation Department, to eliminate entirely 
the week-day evening concerts formerly given in various 
sections of the city and to provide a series of eight Sun- 
day afternoon concerts in each of the following places: 
Boston Common, Franklin Park, and Marine Park, 
South Boston; together with four Sunday afternoon 
concerts at Jamaica Pond and four at Wood Island Park. 
By means of posters, however, liberally displayed in 
those sections of the city where previously week-day 
evening concerts had occasionally been given, the pub- 
lic was kept informed of the Sunday concert next to be 
given in the nearest locality, usually easily accessible; 
the posters also announced the full program to be per- 
formed. Several of these program posters were also 
displayed upon or near the bandstands at each concert. 



Park and Recreation Department. 13 

At a preliminary conference with the committee the 
leaders of the bands chosen who were present expressed 
their ready willingness to cooperate fully with the com- 
mittee in the maintenance of a high standard of pro- 
grams and performance and the results of the season 
testify to their success in achieving the standard desired. 
And it should be noted that the public evinced its appre- 
ciation of the concerts by its attentiveness during, per- 
formances, by its hearty applause, and often by its 
attendance under weather conditions which were fre- 
quently unfavorable. 

The schedule of concerts as outlined in the committee's 
recommendations to your Honor under date of June 24, 
was practically adhered to, with occasional necessary 
changes, such as of date or location. The first concert 
was given on July 7, and the last on September 8. On 
July 14 the band of the 301st Field Artillery, from 
Camp D evens, by courtesy of Brigadier-General 
McNair, gave the weekly concert on Boston Common, 
honoring the French national fete by special French 
music; a few days later the band left for France with 
its regiment. In July, Rear Admiral Spencer S. Wood, 
commanding the First Naval District, generously offered 
to detail a band from his district for a weekly evening 
concert on Boston Common, free of all expense except 
that of transportation. The committee recommended 
the acceptance of Admiral Wood's offer, and nine con- 
certs were given on Friday evenings to large and appre- 
ciative audiences. 

For the city concerts on Boston Common the band 
numbered forty men, including the conductor; for the 
other Sunday concerts, twenty-five men. It is the 
opinion of the committee that the additional expense 
entailed by this increase over former numbers was 
amply justified by the superior musical results gained 
and that they could not have been attained with the 
bands at their former strength. 

For each city concert on Boston Common a rehearsal 
was required by the committee, and paid for in addition 
to the regular price for the concert. The committee 
felt indeed that rehearsals should properly be held for 
all concerts, but it was impossible to provide them 
under the appropriation at hand. 

Some criticism was received of the seating arrange- 
ments and lack of shade at the Boston Common con- 
certs, which on particularly hot days resulted in a 



14 City Document No. 22. 

diminished attendance. This criticism was met by the 
chairman of the Park and Recreation Department upon 
subsequent occasions, but it prompts the committee to 
suggest that this matter be given such special attention 
as your Honor may determine; and that at the same 
time expert consideration be given to the acoustic 
effectiveness of the bandstands on Boston Common and 
at Jamaica Pond, whereby it is the belief of the com- 
mittee that means could be devised which would pro- 
vide for their improvement from an acoustic point of 
view, without great expense or important alteration. 

Some difficulty was experienced by the committee in 
making certain of the engagements with- the bands, 
owing to the lateness of the season. The committee 
therefore ventures to suggest the desirability of con- 
sideration of such plans for next summer's concerts as 
it may be your Honor's desire to make, together with 
the question of the appropriation necessary for their 
realization, at as early a date as possible. 

A financial statement is appended herewith. In order 
to provide for occasional contingencies, such as extra 
remuneration for soloists at some of the concerts, print- 
ing of the program posters, and transportation for the 
bands from Camp Devens and the First Naval District, 
it was necessary to exceed the appropriation as shown. 
This was not done, however, without the assurance of 
the chairman of the Park and Recreation Department 
that the necessary funds to provide for such excess 
could be transferred from other appropriations or sources, 
as was done. 

In conclusion, the committee desires to express its 
deep appreciation of the courtesy and cordial cooperation 
of the chairman of the Park and Recreation Department, 
both in the aims of the committee and in carrying out 
the many details of the concerts. 

For the committee, 

Respectfully submitted, 

Wallace Goodrich, 

Chairman. 

Membership of the Committee. — Mr. A. T. Davison, 
Frank E. Dodge, Wallace Goodrich, Chairman; 
Malcolm Lang, William A. Leahy, John A. O'Shea, 
Harry R. Wellman. 



Park and Recreation Department. 15 



Expenditures for Music, Etc., 1918. 

Emil Mollenhauer, 7 concerts 

John B. Fielding, 7 concerts 

Alfonso D'Avino, 4 concerts 

Ives' Band, 5 concerts 

Stanislao Gallo, 5 concerts 

Theron D. Perkins, 4 concerts 

Total for concerts 



.$1,803 


10 


1,146 


00 


711 


10 


712 


50 


861 


00 


740 


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$5,974 20 


87 


50 


150 40 



Lighting stands 

Carfares, musicians, United States bands 

Printing posters 170 00 

In addition to the above expenditures under the 
supervision of the committee, the Park and 
Recreation Department expended, before the 
committee was appointed, the sum of $52.77 for 
incidentals 52 77 

Total $6,434 87 



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City Document No. 22. 



Expenditures Under the Maintenance Appropriation by Items of 
the Segregated Budget from February 1, 1918, to January 
31, 1919. 



Group and Item. 



Total Net 
Appro- 
priation. 



Total 
Expendi- 
tures. 



Balance 
Unexpended. 



Personal Service as per Schedule A 

1. Permanent employees 

2. Temporary employees 

3. Unassigned 

Service Other than Personal: 

1. Printing and binding 

2. Postage 

3. Advertising and posting 

4. Transportation of persons 

5. Cartage and freight 

6. Hire of teams and auto trucks.. . 
8. Light and power 

10. Rent, taxes and water 

1 1 . Insurance 

12. Premium on surety bond 

13. Communication 

14. Motor vehicle repairs and care. . 

15. Motorless vehicle repairs 

18. Cleaning 

22. Medical 

23. Veterinary 

28. Expert and architect 

32. Towing 

39. General plant 

41. Horseshoeing and clipping 

42. Music, concerts, etc 

Equipment: 

4. Motor vehicles 

5. Motorless vehicles 

6. Stable 

7. Furniture and fittings 

8. Educational and recreational. . . 

Carried forward 



$646,554 56 
2,563 82 
2,372 39 

38 17 

490 54 

71 90 

1,199 41 

251 8S 

39,625 14 

• 9,358 91 

3,746 33 

751 72 

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2,331 23 
2,951 78 

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57 00 

97 00 

508 76 

748 00 

21,450 97 

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6,434 87 

14,720 43 

329 65 

166 75 

5,935 09 

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38 17 

490 54 

71 90 

1,199 41 

251 88 

39,625 14 

7,743 80 

3,746 33 

751 72 

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2,331 23 
2,951 78 

81 65 

60 00 

57 00 

97 00 

508 76 

748 00 

21,450 97 

16 60 
6,434 87 

14,720 43 

329 65 

166 75 

5,935 09 

127 40 



L.615 11 



$763,056 95 



$761,441 84 



$1,615 11 



Park and Recreation Department. 



35 



Expenditures Under the Maintenance Appropriation by Items of 
the Segregated Budget, from February 1, 1918, to January 
31, 1919.— Concluded. 



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Total Net 
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tures. 



Balance 
Unexpended. 



Brought forward 

9. Office 

13. Tools and instruments 

14. Live stock 

16. Wearing apparel 

17. General plant 

D. Supplies: 

1. Office 

2. Food and ice 

3. Fuel 

4. Forage and animal 

5. Medical, surgical, laboratory 

7. Veterinary 

8. Laundry, cleaning, toilet 

9. Educational and recreational 

10. Agricultural 

11. Motor vehicle 

13. Chemicals and disinfectants 

16. General plant 

E. Materials: 

1 . Building 

9. Machinery 

10. Electrical 

12. Parks and recreational 

13. General plant 

F. Special Items: 

7. Pensions and annuities 

11. Workingmen's compensation 

12. Contracts for construction where 

money is derived from taxes as 
per Schedule B — Balances from 
1917-18 

Totals 



$763,056 95 

168 70 

6,805 86 

1,139 00 

7,426 07 

232 85 

2,258 27 

345 99 

38,290 49 

17,342 83 

52 78 

47 45 

4,781 86 

367 08 

2,933 71 

5,123 76 

294 04 

1,556 93 

10,938 17 

1,229 85 

407 57 

27,974 03 
2,862 36 

14,459 32 
3,553 43 

42,073 69 



$761,441 84 

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6,805 86 

1,139 00 

7,426 07 

232 85 

2,258 27 

345 99 

38,290 49 

17,342 83 

52 78 

47 45 

4,781 86 

367 08 

2,933 71 

5,123 76 

294 04 

1,556 93 

10,938 17 

1,229 85 

407 57 

27,974 03 
2,862 36 

14,459 32 
3,553 43 

42,073 69 



$1,615 11 



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36 



City Document No. 22. 



Classification of the Expenditures in the Segregated Budget Items 

Under Schedule A. 

Personal Services from February 1, 1918, to January 81, 1919. 



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Chairman 

Deputy commissioner. . . . 

Chief engineer 

Superintendent of baths . . 
Secretary and chief clerk . 
Civil engineer 



Superintendent street trees 
and moth work 



Clerks 

Clerk 

Clerk and draughtsman 

Bookkeeper and stenographer . . 
Bookkeeper and stenographer. . 

Stenographers 

Stenographer 

Stenographers 

Telephone operator 

Collector 

Director of aquarium 

Assistant curator 

Physical director 

Chief engineer (aquarium) 

Foremen 

Foreman 

Foreman of mechanics 

Foreman of mechanics 

Subfcreman of mechanics 

Subf oremen 

Chief carpenter 



$5,000 yr 
$4,200 yr 
$3,000 yr 
$3,000 yr 
$2,600 yr 
$2,500 yr 

$1,800 yr. 

$1,200 yr. 

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$1,100-$1,200 yr. 

$l,200-$l,300yr. 

$900-$l,000 yr. 

$1,000-81,050 yr. 

$900-$l,000 yr. 

$800-$900 yr. 

$13-$15 wk. 

$1,100-$1,200 yr. 

$2,000 yr. 

$1,800 yr. 

$2,000 yr. 

$1,500 yr.-$30 wk. 

$1,500 yr. 
$1,100-$1,300 yr. 
$4 day-$l,300 yr. 

$4 day 
$4 day-$l,300 yr. 
81,100-81,200 yr. 
$1,300-81,400 yr. 



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2,094 30 
2,991 56 
2,991 56 
2,592 72 
2,301 60 

1,795 04 
2,471 93 
2,323 92 
1,011 32 
1,261 80 

966 12 
3,088 44 

962 28 
1,616 81 

744 00 
1,161 96 

252 34 
1,994 20 
1,537 68 
14,022 56 
1,227 24 
1,279 62 
52 00 
1,279 62 
4,614 95 
1,361 64 



$3,923 70 
2,094 30 
2,991 56 
2,991 56 
2,592 72 
2,301 60 

1,795 04 
2,471 93 
2,323 92 
1,011 32 
1,261 80 

966 12 
3,088 44 

962 28 
1,616 81 

744 00 
1,161 96 

252 34 
1,994 20 
1,537 68 
14,022 56 
1,227 24 
1.279 62 
52 00 
1,279 62 
4,614 95 
1,361 64 



Carried forward . 



$61,920 91 



$61,920 91 



Park and Recreation Department. 



37 



Classification of the Expenditures in the Segregated Budget Items 
Under Schedule A. — Continued. 



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A 1." Personal Service: 

Wheelwright and wagonmaker. 

Master mechanic 

Adviser on animals 

Draughtsman 

Draughtsman 

Transitmen 

Foresters 

Physical instructors 

Physical instructors 

Physical instructor 

Chauffeurs 

Chauffeurs 

Apparatus repairer 

Apparatus repairer 

Animal man 

Bearkeeper 

Bearkeeper 

Blacksmiths 

Carpenters 

Caretaker 

Concrete moulder 

Coopers 

Chief custodian 

Custodian 

Custodians 

Custodians 

Custodian, assistant 

Electrician 

Engineers 

Elephant attendant 

Elephant attendant 



Carried forward . 



15 



$1,200-$1,300 yr. 
$1, 200-81,300 yr. 

$1,200 yr. 
$1,100-81,200 yr. 

$1,200 yr. 

$1,200-$1,300 yr. 

$1,100 yr. 

$1,200 yr. 

$1,100-$1,200 yr. 

$720 yr. 

$21 wk. 

$3 day-$21 wk. 

$4 day 

$3-$4 day 

$3-$3.50 day 

$3.50 day 

$3-$3.50 day 

$4 day 

$4 day 

$3 day 

$3-$4 day 

$3-$4 day 

$1,200 yr. 

$1,200 yr. 

$3.50 day-$l,200 yr. 

$3 day-$l,000 yr. 

$3 day 

$4.60 day 

$25 wk. 

$20 wk.-$l,200 yr. 

$18-$21 wk. 



861,920 91 

1,261 80 
1,261 80 
1,196 52 

471 40 

583- 20 
4,036 24 
2,907 39 
7,637 62 
1,710 62 

246 43 
9,070 36 
3,219 85 
1,108 00 
1,140 00 

723 00 

1,092 00 

1,038 00 

3,708 00 

13,592 00 

108 00 
1,140 00 
3,368 00 
1,196 52 
1,196 52 
11,807 68 
6,813 49 

936 00 

1,432 90 

18,512 83 

1,142 34 

1,038 00 



$166,617 42 



$61,920 91 

1,261 80 
1,261 80 
1,196 52 

471 40 

583 20 
4,036 24 
2,907 39 
7,637 62 
1,710 62 

246 43 
9,070 36 
3,219 85 
1,108 00 
1,140 00 

723 00 

1,092 00 

1,038 00 

3,708 00 

13,592 00 

108 00 
1,140 00 
3,368 00 
1,196 52 
1,196 52 
11,807 68 
6,813 49 

936 00 

1,432 90 

18,512 83 

1,142 34 

1,038 00 



$166,617 42 



38 



City Document No. 22. 



Classification of the Expenditures in the Segregated Budget Items 
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Firemen 

Fireman 

Gardeners 

Gardener 

Gardeners 

Gardener 

Gardener and greenkeeper . 



Gasolene engine operators and 
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Gasolene engine operators and 
repairers 

Harnessmaker 

Inspectors 

Ironworker 

Ironworker 

Locksmith 

Machinists 

Machinist 

Mason 

Mason 

Painters 

Parkkeepers 

Pianists 

Pipefitter 

Plant cleaners 

Plumbers 

Plumber 

Plumber's helper 

Powderman 

Riggers 

Rodman 

Sawfilers 



$3.50-$4 day 

$3-$4 day 

$3.50-$4 day 

$3.25-$3.50 day 

$3-$3.50 day 

$3.50 day 

$1,100 yr. 

$4 day 

$3.25-$4 day 

$3.50 day 

$3.50-$1,200 yr. 

$4 day 

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$3-$4 day 
$3.50-$4 day 
$3.50-$4 day 

$3-$4 day 

$4 day 

$3-$3.50 day 

$9-$12 wk. 

$3.50-84 day 

$10-$12 wk. 

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$3-$3.25 day 
$3.75-$4 day 

$3-$4 day 

$9-$12 wk. 

$3-$3.50 day 



$166,617 42 $166,617 42 



8,826 00 

120 00 

7,092 50 

1,065 00 

22,247 65 

1,090 92 

1,096 68 

1,248 00 

3,402 00 
1,092 00 
5,474 06 
1,240 00 
942 00 
1,038 00 
9,036 00 
1,192 92 
1,194 00 
1,140 00 
11,11S 00 
5,595 38 
4,774 00 
1,194 00 
1,176 00 
3,700 00 
1,135 50 
951 26 
965 00 
1,197 00 



8,826 00 
120 00 
7,092 50 
1,065 00 
22,247 65 
1,090 92 
1,096 68 

1,248 00 

3,402 00 
1,092 00 
5,474 06 
1,240 00 
942 00 
1,038 00 
9,036 00 
1,192 92 
1,194 00 
1,140 00 
11,118 00 
5,595 38 
4,774 00 
1,194 00 
1,176 00 
3,700 00 
1,135 50 
951 26 
965 00 
1,197 00 



Carried forward . 



$266,961 29 



$206,961 29 



Park and Recreation Department. 



39 



Classification of the Expenditures in the Segregated Budget Items 
Under Schedule A. — Concluded. 



Titles. 






^& 



Brought forward 

A 1. Personal Services: 

Shepherd 

Storekeeper and Stockkeeper. 

Swimming instructors 

Telephone operator 

Telephone operators 

Head matron 

Matron 

Matrons 

Forelady 

Matrons 

Matrons 

Matrons 

Employees, mechanics, etc 



1 
1 

6 
1 
2 
1 
1 
2 
1 
2 

100 
36 

312 



$3-$3.50 day 
$3-$3.50 day 
$3-$3.50 day 
$14-$15 wk. 
$10-$12 wk. 

$900 yr. 

$14 wk. 

$12 wk. 
$12-$13 wk. 

$12 wk. 
$10-$12 wk. 
).50-2d-$12 wk. 
$3 day 



$266,961 29 

1,038 00 

1,002 00 

4,549 66 

762 00 

1,136 00 

897 00 

728 00 

1,200 00 

658 00 

1,248 00 

63,300 32 

10,893 16 

292,181 13 



$266,961 29 

1,038 00 

1,002 00 

4,549 66 

762 00 

1,136 00 

897 00 

728 00 

1,200 00 

658 00 

1,248 00 

63,300 32 

10,893 16 

292,181 13 



Totals 

Temporary employees . 
Unassigned 



$646,554 56 
2,563 82 
2,372 39 



$646,554 56 
2,563 82 
2,372 39 



Totals. 



$651,490 77 



$651,490 77 



40 



City Document No. 22. 



Expenditures on Maintenance January 31, 1919. 



Adams Street: 
Labor . 
Equipment 
Materials . 

Algonquin Square: 
Labor . 
Teaming 
Equipment 
Materials . 

Alvah Kitlredge Park: 
Labor . 
Equipment 
Materials . 
Teaming 



Arborway: 
Labor . 
Materials 
Teaming 
Road repairs 
Equipment 
Supplies 



Arnold Arboretum: 
Labor : 

Grounds, etc. 
Attendants, building 
Repairs, building . 



Paeks and Gardens. 



Teaming 

Repairs 

Materials 

Equipment 

Supplies 



Aquarium: 
Labor : 

Attendants, building 
Repairs, building . 
Grounds and walks 



Fuel . 
Feed . 
Equipment 
Repairs 
Lighting 
Materials . 
Supplies 
Teaming 

Belmont Square: 
Labor . 
Teaming 
Materials . 
Equipment 



,415 03 
526 00 
276 24 



$15,727 74 
629 81 
387 80 



$81 09 

10 82 

6 00 



$123 85 

27 10 

10 82 

6 00 


$169 09 

10 82 

6 00 

1 70 



£3,101 66 

1,778 11 

744 10 

683 10 

43 89 

5 84 



L217 27 

781 31 

384 05 

340 10 

10 82 

5 84 



6,745 


35 


6,173 65 


1,263 


21 


913 


51 


735 51 


659 


ss 


297 


12 


247 


79 


108 90 


$464 09 


32 


40 


15 00 


10 


82 



$97 91 



167 77 



187 61 



6,356 70 



5,739 39 



Carried forward 



27,144 92 



522 31 
),216 61 



Park and Recreation Department. 41 

Brought forward $40,216 61 

Berners Square: 

Labor $36 50 

Teaming 12 80 

49 30 

Berwick Park: 

Labor $142 86 

Teaming 15 30 

Equipment 10 82 

Materials 3 00 

171 98 

Blackstone Square: 

Labor $1,014 56 

Teaming 203 85 

Materials ........ 29 58 

Equipment 10 82 

1,258 81 

Boston Common: 

Labor : 

Grounds, etc. . . . $23,407 82 

Attendants, buildings . . 8,641 25 

Repairs, buildings . . 999 32 

$33,048 39 

Teaming 3,048 47 

Materials 1,666 88 

Repairs ........ 959 85 

Equipment 530 73 

Fuel 330 55 

Lighting 265 49 

Supplies ........ 188 12 

40,038 48 

Bromley Park: 

New fence, contractor, W. A. Snow Iron 
Works Company (completion of pay- 
ments) . $1,740 02 

Labor • ■ ■ 228 27 

Repairs ' 70 67 

Teaming 25 50 

Materials 10 86 

Equipment 10 82 

■ 2,086 14 

Camp Meiqs: 

Labor $410 18 

Teaming ........ 47 20 

Equipment 35 07 

Materials 3 00 

495 45 

Carruth Square: 

Labor 50 09 

Cedar Square: 

Labor $200 52 

Teaming 7 80 

Equipment 5 40 

Materials 3 00 

216 72 

Central Square: 

Labor $665 61 

Teaming 28 40 

Equipment . 10 82 

Materials 6 00 

710 83 



Carried forward $85,294 41 



42 City Document No. 22. 

Brought forward .......... $85,294 41 

Centre Street: 

Labor . $42 86 

Equipment 5 40 

Teaming ........ 3 70 

Materials 3 00 



Centervale Park: 

Labor $78 77 

Teaming 36 20 

City Hall Grounds: 

Labor $182 91 

Equipment • . 30 90 

City Square: 

Labor $283 25 

Teaming ......... 46 35 

Equipment ....... 10 82 

Materials J . . 6 00 



54 96 



114 97 



213 81 



346 42 

Charlesbank: 

Labor : 

Grounds, etc .... $4,431 13 
Attendants, building . . 4,068 73 

Repairs, building . . . 1,703 42 

$10,203 28 

Materials 789 74 

Repairs 343 75 

Teaming . . 165 84 

Equipment 67 68 

Fuel 32 17 

Lighting 26 00 

11,628 46 

Charlestown Heights: 

Labor : 

Grounds, etc. . . . $2,270 16 

Attendants, building . . 1,268 56 

Repairs, building . . . 475 73 

$4,014 45 

Materials 104 01 

Lighting ........ 79 08 

Teaming ■. 76 50 

Equipment 73 02 

Fuel ......... 20 80 

4,367 86 

Chestnut Hill Park: 

Labor $3,995 07 

Teaming 797 10 

Equipment 26 82 

Materials . 25 00 

Supplies 10 84 

4,854 83 

Columbia Road: 

Labor $1,167 65 

Teaming 874 05 

Repairs . 221 00 

Materials 145 15 

Equipment 10 82 

2,418 67 



Carried forward $109,294 39 



Park and Recreation Department. 43 

Brought forward $109,294 39 

Commonwealth Avenue (main): 

Labor . ■ $6,585 19 

Teaming 1,163 20 

Materials- 264 44 

Equipment 31 47 

Supplies 18 84 



8,063 14 
Commonwealth Avenue Extension: 

Sheet asphalt pavement, contractor, Central 
Construction Company (completion of 

payments) $42,073 69 

Labor 6,946 75 

Repairs . . 1,664 53 

Teaming 1,330 40 

Materials 882 19 

Equipment 34 75 

52,932 31 

Columbus Square: 

Labor $110 77 

Teaming 14 40 

Equipment 2 00 

127 17 

Concord Square: 

Repairing fence, Boston Iron Company . $302,80 

Labor 248 35 

Teaming 23 80 

Equipment 10 82 

Materials 6 00 

591 77 
Copley Square: 

Labor . $548 68 

Equipment 10 82 

Materials 4 00 

563 50 

Dorchester Park: 

Labor $723 40 

Teams 122 20 

Equipment ....... 16 22 

Materials 6 00 

867 82 

Drohan Square: 

Labor $144 85 

Teaming 34 60 

Equipment 10 82 

Materials 6 00 

196 27 

Eaton Square: 

Labor $284 31 

Teaming . • 38 90 

Materials 15 86 

Equipment 10 82 

Supplies 5 84 

355 73 

Elm Hill Park: 

Labor $142 09 

Teaming . 34 00 

Equipment . 10 82 

Materials 6 00 

- 192 91 



Carried forward . . . $173,185 01 



44 



City Document No. 22. 



Brought forward $173,185 01 

Essex Square: 

Labor $65 10 

Equipment 5 40 

Teaming 3 40 

Materials 3 00 



Edward Everett Square: 

Work on Honor Roll, J. C. Coleman 
Repairing fence, Boston Iron Company 

Labor 

Teaming . . . . . 



Fens: 
Labor: 

Grounds, etc. . . . . $8,205 48 
Attendants, building . . 795 00 

Teaming 

Materials 

Supplies 

Equipment 

Fern Square: 

Labor 

Equipment 

Materials . . 

Teaming 

Florida Street: 

Labor 

Teaming 

Equipment 

Materials . . 

Fort Hill Square: 

Labor 

Teaming 

Materials 

Equipment . . . ... 

Supplies 

Francis street: 

Labor 

Materials 

Teaming 



Franklin Park: 
Labor : 

Grounds, etc. 

Attendants, buildings 

Sports 

Repairs, buildings 

New paint shop 

Live stock 



Teaming 
Materials 
Fuel . 



$30,952 69 

13,553 39 

3,014 39 

2,624 91 

1.541 22 

533 40 



$430 25 

294 48 

83 00 

15 30 



19,000 48 

2,086 80 

334 57 

117 24 

65 23 



$43 65 

10 84 

6 00 

3 20 



$151 61 

20 20 

10 84 

3 00 



2 94 
97 80 
20 11 
30 82 
10 84 



$69 09 
3 00 
1 00 



$52,220 00 
7,516 19 
6,535 98 
6,010 52 



76 90 



823 03 



11,604 32 



63 69 



185 65 



772 51 



73 09 



Carried forward $72,282 69 $186,7S4 20 



Park and Recreation Department. 45 

Brought forward $72,282 69 $186,784 20 

Equipment 3,648 39 

Supplies 739 05 

Lighting 689 03 

General repairs 504 75 



Franklin Square: 

Labor $1,029 24 

Teaming 194 05 

Equipment 20 00 

Supplies 15 36 

Greenwood Square: 

Labor $144 09 

Teaming ........ 23 60 

Materials 3 00 



77,863 91 



1,258 65 



170 69 



Greenhouses: 
Labor : 

Greenhouses and nurseries . $19,638 52 

Repairs to buildings . . 4,047 65 

$23,686 17 

Fuel 4,867 11 

Supplies 1,856 46 

Materials 1,779 14 

Teaming 993 90 

Repairs 427 22 

Equipment 355 43 

Lighting 47 90 

34,013 33 

Hayes Square: 

Labor $166 68 

Teaming 29 20 

Equipment 10 82 

Materials . . . ' 4 00 

210 70 

Harold Square: 

Labor $112 09 

Equipment . . . . . . . 10 82 

Teaming 5 10 

Materials 4 00 

132 01 

Heath Square: 

Labor $66 09 

Teaming 7 00 

Equipment 5 40 

Materials 4 00 

82 49 

Highland Park: 

Labor $241 62 

Teaming 35 80 

Equipment 10 82 

Materials ." 6 00 

294 24 

Horatio Harris Square: 

Labor $387 86 

Teaming 38 00 

Equipment 5 40 

Materials 4 00 

435 26 

Carried forward $301,245 48 



46 



City Document No. 22. 



Brought forward 
Jackson Square: 
Labor . 
Teaming 
Equipment 
Materials . 



Independence Square: 
Labor . 
Teaming 
Materials . 
Supplies 
Equipment 



Lincoln Square: 
Labor . 
Teaming 
Equipment 
Materials . 



Linwood Park: 
Labor . 
Equipment 
Materials . 



Longivood Park: 
Labor . 
Teaming 
Equipment 
Materials . 



Madison Park: 
Labor . 
Teaming 
Materials . 
Equipment 

Magnolia Street: 
Labor . 
Teaming 



Marine Park: 
Labor: 

Grounds, etc. 
Repairs . 

General repairs 

Materials . 

Teaming 

Equipment 

Lighting 

Supplies 



Massachusetts Avenue: 
Labor .. 
Teaming 
Materials . 
Equipment 
Supplies 



£6,909 63 
2,847 63 



$65 51 
6 80 
6 40 
3 00 



$1,100 57 

111 55 

12 55 

10 84 

10 82 


$219 23 

17 60 

5 40 

4 00 


$44 57 
5 40 
3 00 


$215 09 

25 10 

5 40 

4 00 



$301,245 48 



81 71 



5794 18 

111 60 

15 09 

10 82 



$52 09 
1 70 



),757 26 
610 88 
459 90 
419 65 
235 78 
140 63 
S3 95 



1,091 20 

191 60 

12 55 

10 82 
7 80 



1,246 33 



246 23 



52 97 



249 59 



931 69 



53 79 



11, 70S 05 



1,313 97 



Carried forward $317,129 SI 



Park and Recreation Department. 47 

Brought forward $317,129 81 

Maverick Square: 

Labor $512 59 

Repairs 332 40 

Teaming 13 60 

Equipment 10 82 

Materials 6 00 

875 41 

Meeting House Hill: 

Labor $519 28 

Teaming • 63 50 

Equipment 10 82 

Materials • 6 00 

Su ™ lks _^° 604 60 

Milton Square: 

Labor $50 09 

Equipment ....... 5 40 

Materials 3 00 

Mt. Bowdoin: 

Labor . $257 68 

Teaming 28 30 

Equipment . 10 82 

Materials 6 00 

298 30 

Oak View Terrace: 

Labor $75 52 

Teaming 18 60 

Equipment 5 40 

Materials 4 00 

103 52 

Oak Square: 

Labor $75 09 

Teaming 20 10 

Equipment 5 40 

Materials 3 00 

103 59 

Park Square: 

Labor $46 09 

Equipment 2 50 

Oiling Roads: 

Labor 696 61 

Olmsted Park: 
Labor: 

Grounds, etc. . . . $5,754 "29 

Repairs 112 34 

$5,866 63 

Road repairs 1,053 08 

Teaming 1,802 90 

Materials 401 88 

Supplies 154 25 

Equipment 64 71 

Lighting 35 80 

Orchard Park: 

Labor . . . . ■ $835 42 

Teaming 86 10 

Carried forward $921 52 $329,298 17 



9,379 25 



48 City Document No. 22. 

Brought forward . . . . . . $921 52 $329,298 17 

Materials 12 55 

Supplies 10 84 

Equipment 10 82 

955 73 

Peabody Square: 
Labor 32 16 

Putnam Square: 

Labor $185 09 

Materials 6 00 

Equipment 5 40 

196 49 



Prescott Square: 

Labor $2Q5 09 

Equipment 5 40 

Materials 3 00 



Public Garden: 






Labor : 






Grounds, etc. . 


. $15,166 70 




Attendants, buildings . 


1,062 00 




Repairs, buildings 


200 85 


$16,429 55 










518 30 






444 45 






246 78 






213 65 






73 25 






8 95 






709 61 



River way: 
Labor: 

Grounds, etc $4,663 87 

Attendants, building . . 1,033 00 

Repairs, building . . . 367 83 

$6,064 70 

Teaming 1,191 40 

Fuel 247 15 

Materials 240 59 

Equipment 50 75 

Supplies 35 74 

Lighting . 27 48 

Repairs 8 18 

Richardson Square: 

Labor $85 09 

Teaming 13 60 

Equipment 5 40 

Materials '. 4 00 



Rutland Square: 

Labor $90 09 

Teaming 18 70 

Equipment 5 40 

Materials 4 00 



213 49 



18,644 54 



7,865 99 



108 09 



118 19 



Carried forward $357,432 85 



Park and Recreation Department. 49 

Brought forward $357,432 85 

Savin Hill Park: 

Labor $780 59 

Teaming 143 90 

Equipment 21 64 

Materials- 12 55 

958 68 

Seaver Street: 

Labor $71 09 

Equipment 8 83 

Materials 6 00 

Teaming 3 40 

89 32 

Soldiers Monument Lot: 

Labor $78 91 

Teaming 15 60 

Equipment 10 82 

Materials 6 00 

Ill 33 

Spar hawk Square: 

Labor $89 09 

Teaming 28 20 

Equipment 10 82 

Materials 6 00 

134 11 

Spaulding Square: 

Labor $31 57 

Materials 15 87 

Equipment 10 82 

Teaming . 1 70 

59 96 

St. Stephen Square: 

Labor $64 09 

Equipment 5 40 

Materials 4 00 

Teaming 3 40 

76 89 

Sullivan Square: 

Labor $1,112 10 

Teaming ........ 75 35 

Materials 25 55 

Equipment 21 64 

1,234 64 

Strandway: 

Labor : 

Grounds, etc. . . . $5,464 18 

Attendants, building . . 503 28 

Repairs, building . . . 122 00 

$6,089 46 

Teaming : • 766 60 

Materials 180 95 

Fuel 132 29 

Lighting 75 70 

Repairs . ~ 63 09 

Supplies 2 75 

7,377 04 

Tremlett Square: 

Labor $199 86 

Teaming 18 70 

Equipment 10 82 

Materials 6 00 

235 38 

Carried forward $367,710 20 



50 City Document No. 22. 

Brought forward $367,710 20 

Thomas Park: 

Labor . . .... . . . $802 39 

Teaming 23 75 

Equipment 22 64 

Materials 15 50 

Supplies 10 8-1 

875 12 

Union Park: 

Labor $360 61 

Teaming 54 00 

Equipment 10 82 

Materials ........ 9 55 

Supplies 6 87 

441 85 

Vose Square: 

Labor $62 09 

Equipment 5 40 

Materials 3 00 

70 49 

Walnut Park: 

Labor $137 50 

Equipment 10 82 

Materials 6 00 

Teaming 3 40 

157 72 

Walt ham Square: 

Labor $112 12 

Teaming 17 00 

Equipment . . . . . ... 10 82 

Materials 6 00 

145 94 

Warren Square: 

Labor $88 92 

Teaming 10 20 

Equipment 5 40 

Materials 4 00 

108 52 

Washington Park: 

Labor $1,406 09 

Teaming 118 50 

Equipment 32 46 

Materials 23 48 

Supplies 15 00 

1,595 53 

Webster Square: 

Labor $64 36 

Equipment 5 40 

Materials 3 00 

72 76 

Wellesley Park: 

Labor . . $339 52 

Teaming 62 20 

Equipment. 10 82 

Materials 6 00 



West Roxbury Way: 
Labor : 

Grounds, etc. . . . $3,983 09 

Repairs, building . . . 1,983 63 



418 54 



$5,966 72 



Carried forward $5,966 72 $371,596 67 



Park and Recreation Department. 



51 



Brought forward 








$5,966 72 


$371,596 67 






579 60 








424 75 




Materials 




32 76 


7,003 83 






Williams Square: 












$59 09 








5 40 








3 00 


67 49 


Winthrop Square: 










$590 94 








75 75 








10 82 








6 00 


683 51 


Wolcott Square: 










$142 59 








10 82 








10 20 








3 00 


166 61 


Worcester Square: 










$369 18 








137 20 








23 62 








10 82 


540 82 


Wood Island Park: 






Labor : 








Grounds, etc. 


$5,806 63 




Attendants, building 


2,531 05 




Repairs, building . 


357 69 








$8,695 37 














666 40 








525 84 








343 29 








200 50 








29 74 








67 69 








19 19 


10,548 02 






Zoological Gardens: 








Labor : 








Attendants, buildings . . $ 


24,089 91 




General work 


8,170 97 




Repairs, buildings 


4,079 40 




Grounds and walks 


3,300 37 








- $39,640 65 




Feed 




13,234 37 




Fuel . 










2,715 69 




Teaming 










2,654 13 




Materials \ 










944 30 




Equipment 










868 07 • 




Supplies 










555 67 




Repairs 










235 09 




Lighting 










165 27 




Veterinary . 










102 25 










61,115 49 






Total 










i 


1451,722 44 



$1,818 50 


72 


10 


71 


00 


60 


70 


25 


50 


10 


38 



$2,004 96 


120 


30 


71 


57 


93 


25 


25 


90 


9 


75 



$2,209 


9(5 


140 


30 


86 76 


71 


00 


39 


50 


14 70 



$2,384 89 


67 


88 


29 00 


19 


35 


9 


00 



2,058 18 



2,325173 



52 City Document No. 22. 

Playgrounds. 

Ashmont: 
Labor: 

Grounds $1,297 00 

Attendants, building . . 495 00 

Repairs, building ... 26 50 

Teaming 

Equipment ....... 

Materials 

Supplies 

Light 

Billings Field: 
Labor: 

Grounds $1,512 96 

Attendants, building . . 450 00 

Repairs, building ... 42 00 

Teaming 

Materials • 

Equipment 

Supplies 

Lighting . . . 

Charlestoivn: 
Labor : 

Grounds $998 00 

Attendants, building . . 814 69 

Repairs, building ... 68 76 

Sports 328 51 

Teaming 

Materials 

Equipment 

Supplies 

Lighting 

Carolina Avenue: 
Labor: 

Grounds $999 39 

Attendants, building . . 1,047 00 

Repairs, building and fence, 299 50 

Sports 39 00 

Materials 

Teaming 

Equipment 

Light • 

Columbus Avenue: 
Labor : 

Grounds . ... . . $1,022 03 

Attendants, building . . 830 50 

Sports 219 00 

Repairs, building . . . 147 50 

Repairs 

Equipment .... 
Teaming 

Carried forward $2,911 72 $9,456 25 



2,562 22 



2,510 12 



$2,219 03 


402 


50 


171 


89 


118 


30 



Park and Recreation Department. 53 

Brought forward ...... $2,911 72 $9,456 25 

Supplies 96 14 

Materials 90 78 

Lighting 58 23 

3,156 87 

Commonwealth, Park: 
Labor: 

Grounds $766 69 

Attendants, building . . 87 01 

$853 70 

Teaming 29 55 

883 25 

Copp's Hill Terraces: 
Labor: 

Grounds $965 00 

Attendants, building . . 836 00 

Repairs, building . . . 13 00 

$1,814 00 

Equipment 115 45 

Lighting 67 57 

Materials . 60 71 

Teaming 44 60 

Supplies 39 50 

■ 2,141 83 

Factory Hill: 

Labor 251 26 

Cottage Street: 
Labor : 

Grounds $1,121 87 

Attendants, building . . 623 00 

Repairs, building . . . 325 81 

_ $2,070 68 

Materials . 176 41 

Fuel 49 07 

Teaming ........ 21 00 

Repairs 6 35 

Lighting ........ 2 72 

2,326 23 

Fellows Street: 
Labor : 

Grounds $1,189 79 

Attendants, building . . 532 00 

Repairs, building ... 75 25 

$1,797 04 

Materials 65 61 

Teaming 19 60 

Lighting 8 25 

1,890 50 

First Street: 
Labor : 

Grounds $1,197 61 

Attendants, building . . 1,223 35 

Repairs, building ... 24 15 

$2,445 11 

Teaming . 98 55 

Materials 68 96 

Fuel 31 95 

Lighting 22 05 

2,757 62 



Carried forward $22,863 81 



54 



City Document No. 22. 











Forest Hills: 






Labor: 






Grounds 


$1,141 50 


Attendants, building . 


534 00 


Repairs, building . 


35 00 






%\ 71(1 fill 












115 60 






111 20 






93 25 






60 70 






6 70 


Franklin Field: 




Labor: 






Grounds 


$1,472 56 


Attendants, building . 


2,460 72 


Sports 


1,280 36 


Nursery 


862 66 


Repairs, building . 


599 34 






tfi ffl^ fi4 








Teaming ...... 




1,212 30 


Materials . 








391 85 


Fuel . 








379 95 


Equipment 








171 20 


Supplies 








112 62 


Lighting 








98 82 


Repairs 








45 00 



$22,863 81 



Gibson Street: 
Labor: 

Grounds $1,302 00 

Attendants, building . . 642 05 

Repairs, building . . . 119 00 

$2,063 05 

Teaming 94 40 

Equipment 78 50 

Materials ........ 62 15 

Lighting 7 50 

Allston: 

Labor $39 59 

Teaming 10 20 

John Winthrop: 
Labor : 

Grounds $1,238 51 

Attendants, building . . 519 01 

$1,757 52 

Materials 60 70 

Teaming 31 20 

Lighting 22 00 

Equipment 14 27 

Marcella Street: 
Labor: 

Grounds $1,092 45 

Attendants, building . . 887 00 

Repairs, building . . . 311 00 

Sports 146 50 

$2,436 95 

Carried forward $2,436 95 



2,097 95 



9,087 38 



2,305 60 



49 79 



1,885 69 



$38,290 22 



Park and Recreation Department. 55 

Brought forward $2,436 95 $38,290 22 

Materials 88 75 

Lighting . 76 00 

Fuel 51 25 

Teaming " 20 30 

Equipment 16 48 

Supplies 6 00 

2,695 73 

Mt. Ida: 
Labor : 

Grounds $2,818 52 

Attendants, building . . 427 01 

Repairs, building ... 30 00 

$3,275 53 

Repairs 436 00 

Teaming 237 80 

Equipment . 71 00 

Materials 67 11 

Supplies 35 50 

Lighting 8 25 

S 4,131 19 

Mozart Street: 

Labor $251 77 

Teaming . ■ 141 00 

392 77 

Mystic: 
Labor: 

Grounds $1,896 66 

Attendants, building . . 983 36 

Repairs, building . . . 144 91 

Sports 93 00 

$3,117 93 

Materials 198 50 

Equipment 10 49 

Teaming 9 60 

Supplies 6 00 

Lighting 3 46 

3,345 98 

Neponset: 
Labor : 

Grounds $1,193 00 

Attendants, building . . 47 00 

Repairs, building ... 40 00 

$1,280 00 

Materials 60 71 

Fuel 30 75 

Teaming 19 20 

Supplies 6 00 

1,396 66 

Norfolk Street: 
Labor: 

Grounds $1,226 31 

Attendants, building . . 471 00 

Repairs, building . . . 246 34 

$1,943 65 

Materials 133 15 

Teaming 72 50 

Fuel 19 80 

Supplies 15 35 

Lighting 14 00 

Equipment 6 88 

— — 2,205 33 



Carried forward . . . . ... . . . $52,457 88 



56 City Document No. 22. 

Brought forward $52,457 88 

North Brighton: 
Labor : 

Grounds $801 00 

Attendants, building . . 1,029 00 

Sports 233 00 

Repairs, building ... 82 50 

$2,145 50 

Teaming 104 60 

Materials 77 21 

Equipment . . ... . . 25 17 

2,352 48 

North End: 

Labor $405 06 

Teaming 35 20 

440 26 

Orient Heights: 

Labor $377 00 

Teaming 6 40 

383 40 

Paris Street: 

Labor $392 70 

Materials 12 70 

Teaming 7 60 

413 00 

Portsmouth Street: 

Labor $219 00 

Teaming 39 55 

Materials 8 40 

266 95 

Prince Street: 

Labor: 

Grounds $1,186 72 

Attendants, building . . 1,115 00 

Repairs, building ... 51 20 

$2,352 92 

Repairs, pavement 1,097 83 

Materials 126 95 

Teaming 33 10 

Lighting 18 00 

3,628 80 

Randolph Street: 

Labor : 

Grounds $1,333 48 

Attendants, building . . 533 01 

Repairs, fence . . . 110 85 

Repairs, building ... 76 72 

$2,054 06 

Materials 98 37 

Teaming 47 10 

Lighting 11 05 

Fuel 10 15 

2,220 73 

Rogers Park: 

Labor : 

Grounds $876 17 

Attendants, building . . 677 05 

Sports 123 50 

Repairs, building ... 69 &Q 

$1,746 41 

Carried forward $1,746 41 $62,163 50 



Park and Recreation Department. 57 

Brought forward $1,746 41 $62,163 50 

Repairs 2 9f> )> 

Teaming 7» U5 

Materials '* 18 

Equipment ~ in 

Su PP lies _1^ 2,272 74 

Labor $ 2 f5 16 

Teamin * _^ 259 66 

Labor: 

Grounds $1,923 20 

Attendants, building . . 1,079 24 

Repairs, building ... 22 41 

$3,024 85 

Materials 60 70 

Fuel • • 52 71 

Teaming 2 9 40 

Li S htin S 163 " 3,184 01 

Rutherford Avenue: 
Labor: 

Grounds $883 32 

Attendants, building . . .746 49 

Sports 58 50 

Repairs, building . ... 54 00 

$1,742 31 

Materials 64 00 

Teaming 13 40 

Equipment V on 

Li S htin S 3 1,83171 

Savin Hill: 
Labor : 

Grounds $1,269 84 

Attendants, building . . 251 90 

$1,521 74 

Materials ..." 194 78 

Teaming 6 00 

Su PP UeS 5 1,728 52 

Smith's Pond: m ,_ „„ 

Labor $423 85 

Tpamine- . . . . T 19 20 

learning M3 Q5 

Strandway: 
Labor: 

Grounds ...... $1,326 20 

Attendants, building . . 1,824 02 

Repairs, building ... 96 00 

v ' $3,246 22 

Materials 96 70 

Fuel 86 81 

Equipment 707c 

Lighting n 

ieamm » 3,615 34 

Carried forward $75,498 53 



58 



City Document No. 22. 



Brought forward 
Ward 19: 
Labor : 
Grounds . 

Attendants, building 
Repairs, building . 


$1,140 61 

817 01 

63 50 


$2,021 12 

177 83 

171 50 

93 97 

63 90 

35 50 

8 55 


$75,498 53 


Repairs 

Materials . 

Equipment 

Teaming 

Supplies 

Lighting 


. $672 96 

. 641 89 

20 00 


2,572 37 


West Fifth Street: 
Labor : 

Grounds . . . 
Attendants, building 
Repairs, building . 


$1,334 85 
72 33 
60 71 
50 98 
35 50 
10 60 


Equipment 

Materials . . . . 

Lighting . 

Supplies . 

Teaming . 


. $699 15 

. 623 55 

39 00 


1,564 97 


West Third Street: 
Labor : 
Grounds . 

Attendants, building . 
Repairs, building . 


$1,361 70 
72 34 
66 17 
61 21 
26 80 
26 00 


Equipment 

Lighting . 

Materials . 

Teaming . . . . 

Supplies . 


$1,212 46 

938 18 

8 00 


1,614 22 


William Eustis: 
Labor: 
Grounds . 

Attendants, building 
Repairs, building . 


$2,158 64 
77 89 
65 06 
42 40 
35 50 
10 49 
8 85 


Equipment 

Materials . 

Teaming .... 

Supplies . . . . 

Fuel 

Lighting . . . . 




2,398 83 






Total .... 






$83,648 92 


Cabot Street: 
Labor: 

Attendants, building . 
Repairs . . . . 


Gymnasia. 

$6,301 21 
630 12 


$6,931 33 










Carried forward 




$6,931 33 





Park and Recreation Department. 



59 



Brought forward, 
Fuel 
Lighting 
Materials . 
Supplies 
Equipment 
Repairs . . . 



Curtis Hall: 
Labor : 

Attendants, building 
Repairs, building . 



5,164 10 
58 16 



Materials 
Supplies 
Equipment 
Repairs 



East Boston: 
Labor: 
Attendants, building 
Repairs, building . 



Fuel 

Lighting 

Repairs 

Materials 

Supplies 

Equipment 



North Bennet Street: 
Labor: 
Attendants, building 
Repairs, building . 



$4,827 54 
599 45 



$4,250 03 
342 73 



Fuel . 

Lighting 

Materials 

Equipment 

Supplies 

Repairs 



Ward A: 

Attendants, building 
Materials . 
Supplies 
Repairs 



i,931 33 
994 91 
332 81 
281 18 
103 10 
88 50 
13 00 



5,222 26 

282 26 

98 33 

89 30 

3 00 



D Street: 
Labor : 

Attendants, building . . $3,351 63 
Repairs, building . . . 554 97 

$3,906 60 

Fuel 639 64 

Materials 263 63 

Lighting 158 37 

Equipment 68 32 

Supplies 32 35 

Repairs 20 00 



^5,426 99 

1,670 33 

884 35 

495 28 

384 68 

96 35 

14 87 



$4,592 76 

1,102 45 

310 57 

266 47 

129 30 

18 50 

9 00 



2,470 37 

237 50 

31 20 

5 00 



5,744 83 



3,695 15 



5,088 91 



8,972 85 



6,429 05 



2,744 07 



Carried forward 



5,674 86 



60 City Document No. 22. 

Brought forward $35,674 86 

Ward 5: 

Attendants, building $2,229 33 

Materials 199 61 

Supplies 38 20 

Equipment 17 00 

Repairs 3 00 



Ward 6: 
Labor : 

Attendants, building . . $2,287 04 
Repairs, building . . . 147 36 

$2,434 40 

Repairs 1,017 78 

Materials 345 78 

Fuel 266 01 

Lighting 84 36 

Supplies ......... 40 20 

Equipment 18 12 

Ward 12: 

Attendants, building . . . . . $3,165 03 

Repairs 6 00 

Ward 17: 

Attendants, building . . • . . . $3,917 30 

Materials 247 40 

Equipment 98 30 

Supplies 58 20 

Repairs 9 00 



2,487 14 



4,206 65 
3,171 03 

4,330 20 



Ward 23: 
Attendants, building 368 56 



Total $50,238 44 

Baths and Beaches. 
Cabot Street: 
Labor : 

Attendants, building . . $7,157 23 
Repairs, building . . 751 76 

$7,908 99 

Suits and towels 1,191 49 

Fuel 994 91 

Lighting 336 41 

Supplies 216 55 

Repairs 196 78 

Materials 154 54 

$10,999 67 

Curtis Hall: 

Attendants $4,872 09 

Suits and towels 684 83 

Supplies 95 45 

Dewey Beach: 

Attendants .... $3,489 49 

Repairs, building . . . 152 10 

$3,641 59 

Carried forward $3,641 59 $16,652 04 



5,652 37 



Park and Recreation Department. 



61 







$3,641 59 


$16,652 04 






250 24 








64 21 








26 80 








11 04 








8 95 


4,002 83 






Dover Street: 








Labor : 








Attendants, building . 


. $15,551 36 






Repairs, building . , 


2,347 29 







$17,898 65 

Suits and towels 4,125 39 

Supplies 1,430 33 

Fuel 1,343 74 

Materials 663 20 

Repairs 235 46 

Lighting 122 68 

Teaming . 6 40 



Freeport Street: 
Labor : 

Attendants, building 
Repairs, building 



2,338 98 
65 05 



Rent 

Materials . 
Suits and towels 
Supplies 
Lighting 



,404 03 
500 00 
246 99 
161 11 
23 85 
3 00 



L Street: 
Labor : 

Attendants 
Repairs, building 
Grounds . 
Repairs, fence 

Suits and towels 

Repairs, general 

Supplies 

Materials 

Teaming 

Lighting 

Fuel . 



$17,026 06 

770 84 

131 00 

73 31 



$18,001 21 

2,795 60 

1,518 00 

408 13 

404 30 

183 35 

161 37 

100 75 



North Bennet Street: 
Labor: 

Attendants, building . . $6,074 43 

Repairs 258 24 

$6,332 67 

Fuel . 1,104 45 

Towels 492 71 

Supplies 468 18 

Lighting 310 58 

Materials 149 46 

Equipment 7 16 

Carried forward 



25,825 85 



3,338 98 



23,572 71 



8,865 21 
52,257 62 



62 



City Document No. 22. 



Brought forward 
North End: 
Labor : 

Attendants 
Repairs, buildings 
Grading, grounds 

Repairs 
Materials . 
Lighting 
Towels and suits 
Supplies 
Fuel 
Teaming 
Equipment . 



1,257 62 



$8,872 83 
866 44 
502 85 



Savin Hill: 
Labor : 

Grading, grounds . 
Attendants 
. Removing old bath, house 
Repairs . . . . 

Materials .... 
Suits and towels 
Supplies .... 



$2,213 88 

2,703 90 

407 96 

179 85 



Tenean Beach: 
Labor : 

Attendants 
Removing bath house 
Grading, grounds . 



12 

430 08 
209 07 



Materials . 
Suits and towels 
Teaming 
Supplies 



Wood Island: 
Labor : 

Attendants 
Repairs, buildim 

Materials . 
Suits and towels 
Supplies 
Lighting 



5,265 00 
345 52 



L0,242 12 

1,470 96 

515 66 

377 20 

300 61 

172 86 

108 51 

27 30 

13 80 



5,505 59 

269 05 

93 67 

49 96 



$927 27 

261 99 

135 11 

71 00 

24 82 



5,610 52 
450 03 
101 16 

27 89 
2 35 



13,229 02 



5,918 27 



1.420 19 



3,191 95 



D Street Showers: 
Labor : 

Attendants .... $4,075 58 
Repairs, building . . . 274 78 

$4,350 36 

Fuel 639 57 

Materials 295 86 

Lighting 158 37 

Towels . . • 49 77 

Supplies 32 82 

5,526 75 

Carried forward $111,543 80 



Park and Recreation Department. 63 

Brought forward $111,543 80 

East Boston Showers: 
Labor : 

Attendants . . . . $5,111 93 
Repairs, building . . . 639 86 

$5,751 79 

Fuel . 1,670 30 

Lighting 884 33 

Materials 345 92 

Towels 295 63 

Supplies 224 05 

9,172 02 

Ward 4 Showers: 

Attendants . . ■ $1,962 63 

Equipment 246 80 

Supplies 149 09 

— 2,358 52 

Ward 5 Showers: 
Attendants ....... $1,866 21 

Equipment 295 63 

Supplies 178 90 

2,340 74 

Ward 6 Showers: 
Labor: 

Attendants $1,815 61 

Repairs 48 81 

$1,864 42 

Fuel 257 01 

Equipment ....... 148 21 

Supplies 101 95 

Lighting 88 31 

— 2,459 90 

Ward 10 Showers: 

Attendants $7,094 13 

Equipment 305 67 

Supplies 298 84 

■ 7,698 64 

Ward 12 Showers: 

Attendants $3,346 73 

Equipment 295 63 

Supplies ........ 178 90 

3,821 26 

Ward 17 Showers: 

Attendants . $3,854 63 

Equipment 196 84 

Supplies ........ 119 30 

4,170 77 

Ward 23 Showers: 
Attendants 83 17 

Floating Baths. 

Charlesbank: 

Attendants . . . . . . . $912 65 

Equipment 57 68 

Supplies 17 95 

988 28 

Dover Street: 

Attendants $678 10 

Equipment . 57 68 

Supplies 8 95 

744 73 

Carried forward $145,381 83 



64 



City Document No. 22. 



Brought forward $145,381 83 

East Boston Wharf: 

Attendants $614 72 

Rent 733 33 

Fuel 53 57 

1,401 62 

Meridian Street: 

Attendants $947 42 

Equipment 38 45 

Supplies 5 96 

991 83 

Mystic Bridge: 

Attendants . . . . . . . . . 119 05 

Warren Bridge: 

Attendants $944 05 

Equipment 67 68 

Supplies 8 95 

1,020 68 

General Repairs for Baths: 

Labor $10,611 10 

Towing 748 00 

Miscellaneous materials 2,116 51 

Equipment 143 82 

Repairs 11 90 

13,631 33 

Laundries: 
Labor: 

Attendants $19,755 75 

Fuel 5,127 04 

Materials 1,149 41 

Supplies 105 20 

Repairs ........ 22 88 

26,160 28 

Total $188,706 62 



Salaries: 

Chairman . ' 
Deputy Commis- 
sioner 
Superintendent of 

baths 
Secretary . 
. Physical director, 



General Expenses. 
$3,923 70 
2,094 30 



2,991 56 
2,592 72 
1,994 20 



Clerical hire . 

Pensions . 

Annuity . 

Military pay roll 

Attendants, office 

Labor, repairing office building 



Rent 

Telephone service . 
Expert services 
Stationery 
Traveling expenses 



$13,596 48 

10,497 33 

14,159 32 

300 00 

5,698 30 

3,089 89 

194 10 



$47,535 42 
2,505 99 
2,330 98 
1,257 76 
1,186 13 
1,122 15 



Carried forward $55,938 43 



Park and Recreation Department. 



65 



Brought forward 

Printing 

Repairs to office 
Miscellaneous office materials 
Fuel . . 

Postage 

Lighting 

Laundry 



Street Trees: 
Labor . 
Teaming 
Materials 
Equipment 
Supplies 



Miscellaneous Work Done for Other Departments: 

Labor 

Teaming 



Suppression of Moths: 
Labor: 

Public grounds 
Private estates 
Assessor's clerk 

Materials . 

Teaming 

Sprayer repairs 

Equipment 

Supplies 

Auto maintenance 

Traveling expenses 

Stables: 
Labor: 
Hostlers . 
Wagons, repairs 
Repairs, buildings 
Shoeing . 
Harness, repairs 



Feed . 

Materials 

Equipment 

Repairs 

Supplies 



Automobiles: 
Labor : 
Chauffeur 
General cleaning 
Garage alterations 
Repairs on cars 

Purchase of new cars 
Supplies 
Equipment 
Repairs 
Materials . 



$16,121 39 

9,584 60 

298 50 



$3,725 80 

1,721 80 

1,218 20 

599 25 

382 11 



58,458 85 
4,738 71 
1,186 63 
1,120 52 



,938 43 
788 87 
768 31 
182 99 
503 59 
490 54 
414 30 
60 00 



$8,650 39 

1,126 90 

530 61 

63 34 

26 00 



L,380 67 
6 80 



$26,004 49 

9,880 50 

3,007 20 

1,317 78 

701 35 

661 89 

276 00 

77 16 



$7,647 16 

2,644 94 

. 474 86 

235 19 

108 61 

27 14 



$15,504 71 
8,447 06 
4,489 91 
4,327 95 
2,874 55 
1,384 37 



),147 03 



10,397 24 



1,387 47 



41,926 37 



11,137 90 



37,028 55 



Carried forward $161,024 56 



66 



City Document No. 22. 



Brought forward $161,024 56 

Celebrations and Entertainments: 
Labor: 

Musicians, band concerts . $5,974 20 
Bandstands .... 1,047 41 

Christmas tree . . . 356 31 

$7,377 92 

Decorations . . . . . . . 732 65 

Teaming 884 30 

Athletic supplies ....... 367 08 

Lighting 251 15 

9,613 10 

Work Done on War Gardens and for Fuel Commission: 
Labor 9,153 85 

Total $179,791 51 



Recapitulation 
Parks and gardens 
Playgrounds . 
Gymnasia 
Baths and beaches 
General expenses . 
Celebrations and entertainments 
War gardens and fuel commission 



$451,722 44 

83,648 92 

50,238 44 

188,706 62 

161,024 56 

9,613 10 

9,153 85 



$954,107 93 



Park and Recreation Department. 67 



Expenditures of Loan, Revenue and Special Appropriations from 
February I, 1918, to January 31, 1919. 

Boston Common Walks: 

Concrete walks, contractor, John McCourt 

Company $16,930 38 

Architect, Arthur A. Shurtleff ... 254 75 

Labor 161 43 

Gratings 12 50 

Advertising 3 00 

$17,362 06 

Boston Common and Public Garden Improvements: 
Grading, loaming and walks, contractor, 

James H. Fannon $7,668 90 

Labor 1,352 40 

rt | Repairing cables on bridge, Public Garden, 

D. M. Biggs . 860 00 

Installing floor in convenience station, Vitale 

Mosaic Company . .... 227 00 

Installing seats, William J. Kerr . . 145 00 

Grass seed 118 60 

Architect, Arthur A. Shurtleff . . . 51 73 

Flagstone 35 00 

Advertising 6 40 

10,465 03 

Carolina Avenue Playground: 

Installing cable, Edison Electric Illuminating Company . 408 20 

Commonwealth avenue, between Massachusetts avenue and 
Charlesgate West: 
Payments on account: 
Commonwealth avenue improvements, con- 
tractor, James A. Sullivan .... $45,663 00 
.6 Structural beams and angles at Charlesgate 
I v Bridge, contractor, Boston Bridge Works, 

Inc 4,955 57 

Repairing bridge, M.Meehan& Son . . 342 97 

Grass seed ' . . 279 50 

Engineers' supplies 100 00 

Advertising 21 30 

Expert service 15 00 

51,377 34 

Fens, Improvements: 

Macadam walk, grading and loaming, con- 
tractor, J. C. Coleman & Sons Company, $5,543 57 
Architect, Arthur A. Shurtleff . . . 64 28 

Advertising . 6 50 

— - 5,614 35 

Franklin Park Building, Improvements, etc.: 
Paint shop, contractor, C. C. Temple Com- 
pany $13,518 59 

Repairing stable, contractor, R. A. Bossi 

Company 5,888 00 

Electric engine, Fairbanks Morse Company, 1,880 00 

Carried forward . ' $21,286 59 $85,226 98 



68 



City Document No. 22. 

$21,286 59 $85,226 98 



Brought forward 

Concrete foundation and floor at temporary 

animal house, contractor, Louis Marti- 

niello 

Hand power freight elevator in stable, con- 
tractor, Otis Elevator Company 
Furnishing and erecting wire grills outside 

cages at Zoo, contractor, Hub Wire Cloth 

and Wire Works Company . 
Fire hose, John Whalen Company, Inc. . 
Hay bin, contractor, C. C. Temple Com 

pany 

Gasolene wheel tank with filter, S. F. Bowser 

& Company, Inc. . 
Air pump and tank, Motor Car Equipment 

Company 

Steam boiler, Gurney Heater Company . 

Labor 

Plumbing materials, Daly Plumbing Com 

pany 

Pipe, A. M. Byers . 

Electrical supplies, Joseph E. Greene Com 

pany 

Pipe, Webb Manufacturing Company . 
Pipe, Boston Building Materials Company 
Shades, Andrew Dutton Company 
Pipe and plumbing materials, Walworth 

Manufacturing Company . 
Iron, Brown- Wales Company 
Furnishing and laying Akron pipe, C. C 

Temple Company 
Soil pipe, Daiton-Ingersoll Manufacturing 

Company 

Glass, Boston Plate Glass Company 
Crushed stone, West Roxbury Trap Rock 

Company .... 
Miscellaneous materials . 
Architect, Arthur A. Shurtleff 
Advertising .... 
Duplicate plans 
Specifications .... 
Pipe, James Barrett Manufacturing Com 

pany 

Frames, Gibby Foundry Company 
Lumber, Bay State Lumber Company 

Franklin Park, Greeting, etc.: 

Completion of payments: 
Columns and fence, contractor, Cambridge 

Cement Stone Company .... 
Architect, Fisher, Ripley & LeBoutillier 
Loam, M. McGinnis Company 

Loam, James Galvin 

Advertising 

John Winthrop Playground: 

Underground construction, Edison Electric 

Illuminating Company .... 

Furniture 

Carried forward 




1,075 00 
946 00 



535 00 
470 00 

390 00 

269 04 

236 00 
226 42 
198 57 

176 85 
724 26 

289 64 

140 30 

102 06 

93 00 

92 11 

78 84 

75 90 

64 26 
64 90 

34 42 
151 36 
26 80 
22 15 
15 00 
7 50 

98 17 
45 85 
51 09 



$4,972 


33 


321 


30 


140 


79 


88 


67 


28 


74 


$115 30 


29 


00 



27,987 08 



5,551 83 



$144 30 $118,765 89 



Park and Recreation Department. 69 

Brought forward $144 30 $118,765 89 

Public Works Department .... 24 15 

Advertising 6 00 



Marine Park, Pier Repairs: 
Payments on account: 

Repairing iron pier, contractor, John E. 

Leahy Construction Company ... $26,356 11 

. Electric light service installation, contractor, 
The Lundin Electric and Machine Com- 
pany . . . . . . • . . 

Painting pier and iron fence on wooden pier, 
contractor, Maurice M. Devine . 

Repairs and addition to Head House, con- 
tractor, Carlisle-Connor .... 

Specifications 

Hardware 

Advertising 

North End Park and Pier: 

Installation of safety lighting, contractor, 
The Lundin Electric and Machine Com- 
pany . $368 00 

Fence, Boston Iron Company . . . 226 35 

Advertising 3 00 



1,958 


50 


993 


00 


410 


00 


17 


50 


14 


75 


9 


80 



174 45 



29,759 66 



597 35 
Orchard Park Improvements: 

Architects, Wells and Dana 324 87 

Park Roadway Improvements: 

Pavement on the Fens, between Common- 
wealth avenue and Hemenway street, 
contractor, Warren Brothers Company . . $18,755 04 
Repairing granolithic, Warren Brothers 

Company 13 90 



18,768 94 



Playground. Purposes: 
Billings Field: 

Payments on account: 

Grading, drainage and concrete work, 
contractor, James A. Sullivan 

Metal fence, contractor, W. A. Snow Iron 
Works Company, Inc 

Flagpole, Walworth Manufacturing Com- 
pany 

Cement, Starrett Fields Company 

Advertising 

Cottage Street Playground, East Boston: 
Advertising 

Eagle Hill Reservoir, East Boston: 
Architect, Olmsted Brothers 
Real estate expert, Henry C. Mildram 



Carried forward $172,437 15 



$2,763 48 




820 80 




375 00 

32 50 

9 00 






4,000 78 






3 00 


$17 21 
25 00 


42 21 





70 City Document No. 22. 

Brought jorward $172,437 15 

Marcella Street Playground: 

Advertising 3 00 

Mystic Playground, Charlestown: 

Completion of payments: 
Sea wall and grading, contractor, Anthony 

Baruffaldi $8,365 75 

Metal fence, contractor, W. A. Snow Iron 

Works Company 1,598 75 

Advertising 6 00 

9,970 50 

Norfolk Street Playground, Dorchester: 
Completion of payments: 

Steel footbridge, trestle and stairway, 

contractor, Boston Bridge Works, Inc., $3,196 99 

Grading and concrete work, J. C. Coleman 

& Sons Company 2,506 75 

Tennis fences, contractor, Walworth Man- 
ufacturing Company .... 1,057 00 

Advertising ' . - 18 00 

6,778 74 

Rogers Park Playground: 
Completion of payments: 

Sanitary and locker building, contractor, 

R. A. Bossi Company .... $5,135 50 

Metal fences, contractor, W. A. Snow Iron 

Works Company, Inc 4,060 86 

Grading walks and concrete work, con- 
tractor, John McCourt Company . . 4,033 85 

Furnishing locks, sanitary building, R. A. 

Bossi Company 125 00 

Public Works Department . . . . 101 66 

Advertising 18 00 

13,474 87 

Roslindale Playground: 
Payments on account: 
Grading, drainage and concrete work, 
contractor, Goff & Wells Construction 
Company $7,369 33 

Completion of payments: 
Metal fences, contractor, W. A. Snow Iron 

Works Company, Inc 1,449 76 

Advertising 9 00 

8,828 09 

Smith's Pond Playground: 

Grading, contractor, J. C. Coleman & Sons 

Company $6,592 85 

Labor 567 68 

Advertising 5 50 

7,166 03 

Carried forward $218,658 38 



Park and Recreation Department. 



71 



Brought forward, $218,658 38 

Tenean Beach Playground: 
Bath house, contractor, Archdeacon & 

Sullivan . $25,265 00 

Earth excavation, contractor, D. M. Biggs 

Company 1,702 50 

Architect, John F. Cullen .... 1,570 90 

Advertising 24 40 

Labor . 16 55 

Blue prints, Associated Architects Printing 

and Supply Company . . . . 21 60 

28,600 95 

Tyler Street Playground, City Proper: 

Advertising 6 00 



Playground, Saratoga and Bennington Streets: 
Land : 

A. A. and A. A. Bonzagni 

School of Holy Redeemer 

Roman Catholic Archbishop 
Architect, Arthur A. Shurtleff 
Expert services, Walter M . Campbell 

Public Park, North End: 

Land: Ida Frank .... 



Payments on account: 
Sanitary building, concrete work and drain- 
age, contractor, John E. Leahy Con- 
struction Company .... 
Architect, Arthur A. Shurtleff 
Real estate expert, F. J. McLaughlin . 
Real estate expert, Henry Mildram 
Real estate expert, Ira W. Shapiro 
Real estate expert. R. deBoardman 
Model of "Dolphin," A. M. Zottoli & 

Brothers 

Paving sidewalk, John McCourt Company 
Iron frames, Gibby Foundry Company . 
Electrical materials, Edison Electric Illumi 

nating Company . . 
Advertising 



Replanting on Parkways: 

Labor 

Loam, John F. Lynch 

Stock, Framingham nurseries 

Loam, Standard Contracting Company 

Architect, Arthur A. Shurtleff .... 

Savin Hill Playground and Beach: 
Payments' on account: 
Grading and completing, contractor, James 
A. Sullivan 

Completion of payments: 
Bath house, Archdeacon & Sullivan, contrac- 



$10,400 00 


1,125 


00 


562 


50 


40 70 


15 


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$21,800 00 


27,114 


28 


142 


93 


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48 


241 


34 


70 40 


74 02 


$24,371 


54 



tors 



5,461 45 



12,143 20 



49,475 02 



1,916 27 



Carried forward . . . . . . $29,832 99 $310,799 82 



72 City Document No. 22. 

Brought forward $29,832 99 $310,799 82 

Electric light service installation, contractor, 

Edison Electric Illuminating Company . 1,366 89 
Furnishing and installing locks, contractor, 

Archdeacon & Sullivan . 700 00 

Varnishing locks, Archdeacon & Sullivan . 400 00 

Completion of payments: 
Sea wall and grading, contractor, Hugh 

Nawn Contracting Company . . . 455 94 

Iron frames, Gibby Foundry Company . 159 99 

Labor . . 53 46 

Lumber and drains 47 28 

Advertising 6 00 

33,022 55 

Sirandway and Old Harbor Improvements: 

(For detail of expenditures see report of the Public Works 
Department) 261,313 15 

Tree planting and other work, Boston Common: 

Payments on account: 
Widening stairways at Robert Gould Shaw 

Monument, contractor, Walter H. Preble 

Company $4,037 50 

Moving trees, Lewis & Valentine Company, 500 00 

Labor 208 37 

Water service, Public Works Department . 88 54 

Wiring for electric lights, Guild steps, Hixon 

Electric Company 79 65 

Architect, Arthur A. Shurtleff . . . . 40 35 

Small supplies 36 01 

Advertising i . 12 00 

5,002 42 



Total . $610,137 94 



Park and Recreation Department. 



73 



Expenditures from February 1, 1918, to January 31, 1918, on Parks 

and Squares in Existence on January 12, 1887. 
Maintained in Pari by the Transfer Appropriation of $177,4-93.89 from the 
George F. Parkman Fund Income. 



Labor. 



Materials. 



Totals. 



Arnold Arboretum. . . . 

Belmont Square 

Berwick Park 

Blackstone Square 

Boston Common 

Bromley Park 

Cedar Square 

Central Square 

Centre Street 

Charlesbank 

City Hall grounds 

City Square 

Concord Square 

Copley Square 

Eaton Square 

Essex Square 

Fens Square 

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 

Meeting House Hill. . . 

Mount Bowdoin 

Park Square 

Orchard Park 

Carried forward . . . 



$4,217 27 

464 09 

142 86 

1,014 56 

33,048 39 
228 27 
200 52 
665 61 

42 86 
10,203 28 

182 91 

283 25 
248 35 
548 68 

284 31 
65 10 

9,000 48 

43 65 
612 94 

52,220 00 

1,029 24 

241 62 

387 86 

1,100 57 

65 51 

219 23 

44 57 
215 09 
794 18 

1,091 20 
9,757 26 
512 59 
519 28 
257 68 
46 09 
835 42 



$1,522 12 
58 22 

29 12 
244 25 

6,990 09 

1,857 87 

16 20 

45 22 

12 10 

1,425 18 

30 90 
63 17 

343 42 

14 82 

71 42 

11 80 

2,603 84 

20 04 

159 57 

25,643 91 

229 41 

52 62 

47 40 

145 76 

16 20 

27 00 

8 40 

34 50 

137 51 

222 77 

1,950 79 

362 82 

85 32 

40 62 

2 50 

120 31 



$5,739 39 

522 31 

171 98 

1,258 81 

40,038 48 

2,086 14 

216 72 

710 83 

54 96 

11,628 46 

213 81 

346 42 

591 77 

563 50 

355 73 

76 90 

11,604 32 

63 69 

772 51 

77,863 91 

1,258 65 

294 24 

435 26 

1,246 33 

81 71 

246 23 

52 97 

249 59 

931 69 

1,313 97 

11,708 05 

875 41 

604 60 

298 30 

48 59 

955 73 



$130,834 77 



$44,647 19 



$175,481 96 



74 City Document No. 22. 

Expenditures from February 1, 1918, to January 31, 1919. — Concluded. 



Labor. Materials. Totals. 



Brought forward . . , 

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 



$130,834 77 

16,429 55 

205 09 

185 09 

6,064 70 

90 09 

78 91 

1,112 10 

802 39 

360 61 

137 50 

1,406 09 

590 94 

369 18 

8,695 37 

16,745 35 

39,640 65 



$44,647 19 

2,214 99 

8 40 

11 40 

1,801 29 

28 10 

32 42 

122 54 

72 73 

81 24 

20 22 

189 44 

92 57 

171 64 

1,852 65 

10,399 57 

21,474 84 



$175,481 96 

18,644 54 

213 49 

196 49 

7,865 99 

118 19 

111 33 

1,234 64 

875 12 

441 85 

157 72 

1,595 53 

683 51 

540 82 

10,548 02 

27,144 92 

61,115 49 



$223,748 38 



3,221 23 



$306,969 61 



Park Betterments Collected by City Collector to January 31, 1919. 





Assessments 
Committed 
to Collector. 


Abated. 


Net Assess- 
ments. 


Collected. 


Outstanding 

January 31, 

1919. 


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 






135,029 00 


122,000 66 


13,028 34 


13,028 34 




Parkway, Old Harbor. . . . 


60,789 00 


50,426 00 


10,363 00 


8,256 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, 1919 . 



Resources. 



Sinking Fund, January 31, 1919 
Net Debt, January 31, 1919 



$14,109,160 9S 

8,376,180 15 
$5,732,980 83 



GENERAL EXHIBIT OF LOAN, REVENUE AND SPECIAL APPROPRIATIONS, 1918-19. 



Object of Appropriations. 



Balances 

from 
1917-18. 



Loans issued 
in 1918-19. 



Transfers 
from. 



Total 
Credits. 



Expenditures 
! for 1918-19. 



Balances 
Unexpended. 



Park and Recreation Department: 

Public Parks 

Bath House, Orient Heights 

Boston Common Walks 

Boston Common and Public Garden Improvements 
Carolina Avenue Playground 



SI, 500 00 
5,000 00 
17,000 00 



Commonwealth Avenue, between Massachusetts 
Avenue and Charlesgate West 



Fens, Improvements 

Franklin Park Building, Improvements, etc 

Franklin Park, Greeting, etc 

John Winthrop Playground 

Marine Park Pier, Repairs 

North End Park and Pier 

Orchard Park, Improvements 

Park and Playground, Allston 

Poplar, Ashland and South 



727 16 

38,691 93 

56,208 30 

30,000 00 

19,364 83 

1,057 26 



719 90 
10,829 67 
27,647 10 



Park Roadway Improvements 

Playground, Hyde Park 

Playground Purposes: 

Billings Field 

Cottage Street Playground, East Boston 

Eagle Hill Reservoir, East Boston 

Marcella Street Playground 

Mystic Playground, Charlestown 

Norfolk Street Playground, Dorchester 

Rogers Park Playground 

Roslindale Playground 

Smith's Pond Playground 

Tenean Beach Playground 

Tyler Street Playground, City Proper 

William Eustis Playground 

Playground, Saratoga and Bennington Streets. 

Public Park, North End 

Replanting on Parkways 

Ripley Playground, Dorchester 

Savin Hill Playground and Beach 

Strandway and Old Harbor Improvement 

Tree Planting and other work, Boston Co 



28,000 00 
16,162 11 

9,816 68 

1,752 38 

79,772 45 

1,888 12 

10,488 20 

7,129 66 

13,477 18 

14,827 15 

10,412 16 

87,784 47 

1,683 95 

1,019 24 

18,700 00 

67,723 12 

23,426 07 



68,493 36 

359,601 56 

7,187 15 



Totals $1,038,101 16 



* $362 06 
t 23,500 00 



$40,000 00 
1,000 00 



$1,500 00 
5,000 00 
17,362 06 
23,500 00 
727 16 

58,691 93 
16,208 30 
39,000 00 
19,364 83 
1,057 26 
40,000 00 
719 90 
10,829 67 
27,647 10 

31,500 00 
28,000 00 



9,816 68 

1,752 38 
79,772 45 

1,898 12 
10,488 20 

7,129 66 
13,477 18 
14,827 15 
26,574 27 
87,784 47 

1,683 95 

1,019 24 
18,700 00 
67,723 12 

9,926 07 
27,000 00 
68,493 36 
359,601 56 

7,187 15 



S70.662 11 $1,135,963 22 



$17,362 00 

10,465 00 

408 20 

51,377 34 

5,614 35 

27,987 08 

5,551 83 

174 45 

29,759 66 

597 35 

324 87 



9,970 
6.77S 
13,474 
8,828 I 



12,143 
49,475 i 
1,916 : 



33,022 

261,313 

5,002 



$1,500 00 
5,000 00 

13,034 97 
318 96 

7,314 59 
10,593 95 
11,012 92 
13,813 00 

882 81 
10,240 34 

122 55 
10,504 SO 
27,647 10 

31,500 00 
9,231 00 



5,815 
1,749 
79,730 
1,895 



19.40S 
59,183 
1,677 
1,019 
6,556 
18,248 
8,009 
27,000 i 
35,470 ! 
9S.2S8 ■ 



* Appropriated from George F. Parkman Fund Income. 



t Includes S10.000 appropriated from George F. Parkman Fund Income. 



Park and Recreation Department. 75 



CASH RECEIPTS OF THE PARK AND RECREATION DEPART- 
MENT, FROM FEBRUARY 1, 1918, TO JANUARY 31, 1919. 

Park Division. 

For labor, suppression of gypsy and brown-tail 

moths • $13,128 52 

From permits, for openings, occupations, etc. . 358 40 

From sale of buildings 1,521 65 

From sale of live stock, wool and fowl . . Ill 50 

From sale of junk . . . . . . . 1,085 04 

For labor on trees, shrubs, etc 107 04 

From sale of fountain 10 00 

From damage to car _ 20 10 

Refund on money received from expenses given 

for purchase of fish 23 25 

For repairs to roadways damaged under permits 

by other city departments . . . . 78 40 

For repairs to roadways damaged under permits 

by Edison Electric Illuminating Company . 

For use of towels and soap 

From Boston Common Tree Fund, income 

From coin locks, convenience stations 

Rents 



Recreation Division, 



For use of bathing suits, towels, etc. 
Commission on weighing machines 
Commission on telephones . 
Rents 



Above receipts were credited as follows : 
General revenue, city income . 

Sinking Fund . 

Appropriation, Park and Recreation Depart- 
ment 



57 59 

133 22 

200 00 

999 04 

21,981 40 


$39,815 15 




$16,090 16 

125 52 

39 99 

721 66 


16,977 33 






$56,792 48 


$55,070 83 
1,521 65 




200 00 


$56,792 48 





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Beaches, Swimming Pools and Floating Baths Attendance, 1918-19. 



Men. Boys. 



Pool. 



Women. Girls. Total. 



Cabot Street Pool t 

Charlesbank Floating Bath 

Curtis Hall Pool 

Dewey Beach Bath 

Dover Street Bridge Floating Bath . 

Freeport Street 

L Street Bath 

Meridian Street Floating Bath 

Mystic Bridge Floating Bath 

North End Park 

Savin Hill Beach 

Ward 17 Pool 

Warren Bridge Floating Bath 

Wood Island Park 



3,590 



8,545 

5,885 

7,016 

283,566 

928 



4,116 
2,000 



11,875 
5,925 



6,027 



35,730 



18,723 



32,215 
33,340 
16,159 
99,950 
13,558 

2,797 
52,313 

8,634 



5,638 



40,150 
28,730 



5,652 



12,695 
8,034 
3,204 

34,069 
1,633 



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20,050 
6,555 



50,845 



19,693 
23,120 
10,730 
58,245 
9,902 



32,769 
7,860 



25,425 
8,470 



6,027 
95,817 
18,723 
73,148 
70,379 
37,109 
475,830 
26,021 

2,797 
92,856 
20,523 

5,638 
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333,446 



363,576 



30,388 



97,579 



247,059 



1,072,048 



Shower Baths Attendance, 1918-19. 



Men. 



Boys. 



Women. Girls. 



Total. 



Cabot Street Bath 

Curtis Hall Bath 

D Street Gymnasium 

East Boston Gymnasium 

Dover Street Bath 

L Street Bath 

North Bennet Street Bath . . . 

Roslindale Building 

Ward 4 Gymnasium 

Ward 5 Gymnasium 

Ward 6 Gymnasium 

Ward 10 Municipal Building . 
Ward 12 Municipal Building. 
Ward 17 Gymnasium 



47,148 
22,050 
11,351 
36,732 
87,686 
283,566 
64,376 
282 
30,150 
44,547 
15,188 
72,065 
37,954 
29,968 



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13,115 

11,598 

7,608 

7,640 

99,950 

15,268 

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6,672 

17,170 

25,711 

19,305 



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2,175 

9,499 

15,483 

34,069 

19,833 

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6,267 

2,592 

39,960 

18,753 

8,316 



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5,260 

8,385 

8,080 

58,245 

10,219 

96 

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2,676 

16,760 

28,829 

7,373 



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47,160 

30,384 

62,224 

118,889 

475,830 

109,696 

765 

74,475 

63,763 

27,128 

145,955 

111,247 

64,962 



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Park and Recreation Department. 



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Gymnasia — Class and Individual Attendance, 1918-19. 





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431 
441 

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270 

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1,512 
3,323 
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4,863 
5,797 


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470 
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546 

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1,168 
1,072 
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7,930 


24,874 


7,347 


7,042 


21,158 


1,865 


79,320 



Skating Attendance, 1918-19. 



Days. 



Total 
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Average 
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Billings Field 

Columbus Avenue 

Columbus Park 

Charlestown Playground .... 

Commonwealth Park 

Cottage Street, East Boston. 

First Street Playground 

Forest Hills 

Franklin Field 

Gibson Street Playground. . . 
Marcella Street Playground. 

Mystic Playground 

Neponset Playground 

Norfolk Street Playground . . 
North Brighton Playground . 

Orient Heights 

Randolph Street Playground 

Savin Hill Playground 

William Eustis Playground . . 
Wood Island 

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28 
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5,985 
11,000 

9,785 
12,690 

5,955 

9,560 
25,548 

3,020 
119,152 
16,933 
11,180 
10,715 
12,560 
18,744 
27,890 

3,586 
18,548 

8,820 
25,596 
35,796 



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543 
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212 
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912 
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4,255 
651 
532 
357 
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City Document No. 22. 



Total Annual Attendance, Playgrounds, 1918-19. 



Ashmont Playground 










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Billings Field .... 








40,660 


Columbus Avenue Playground 








115,965 


Columbus Park .... 








190,500 


Charlesbank Gymnasium, men's 








41,150 


Charlesbank Gymnasium, women's 








50,225 


Charlestown Playground . 








182,995 


Charlestown Heights 1 










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Commonwealth Park 










93,090 


Cottage Street Playground 










127,380 


Dorchester Park 










31,900 


First Street Playground . 










225,890 


Forest Hills Playground . 










105,600 


Franklin Field . 










295,825 


Gibson Street Playground 










165,295 


John Winthrop Playground 










51,500 


Marcella Street Playground 










235,350 


Mystic Playground . 










36,458 


Neponset Playground 










99,928 


North Brighton Playground 










135,895 


Orient Heights . 










49,626 


Randolph Street Playground 










94,443 


Ripley Playground . 










19,547 


Ronan Park 










275,300 


Roslindale Playground 










99,505 


Savin Hill Playground 










65,650 


William Eustis Playground 










248,394 


West Fifth Street Playground 








75,630 


West Third Street Playground 








40,580 


Wood Island Park 








255,590 


Total .... 










3,559,248