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PARK DEPARTMENT 



FORTY-SEVENTH ANNUAL REPORT 



BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS 



Year Ending January 31, 1922 




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Cits of Boston 
PARK DEPARTMENT 



FORTY-SEVENTH ANNUAL REPORT 



Board of commissioners 



Year Ending January 31, 1922 




PRINTED FOR THE DEPARTMENT 
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ANNUAL REPORT 



PARK DEPARTMENT 



YEAR ENDING JANUARY 31, 1922. 



Boston, January 31, 1922. 

Hon. Andrew J. Peters, 
Mayor of Boston: 

Dear Sir,— The Park and Recreation Commission 
herewith submit the annual report for the year ending 
January 31, 1922. 

The real problem confronting the department today 
is the condition of the road surfaces on the main park- 
ways, Commonwealth avenue and the parkway leading 
to Forest Hills. These parkways are used so much by 
automobiles coming from neighboring towns to the 
city that they are very much worn and only the best 
method of surfacing should be used. 

The pavement laid some years ago on Columbia road 
and a similar surface laid on Commonwealth avenue, 
between Arlington street and Beacon street, near the 
junction of Brookline avenue, have proved very satisfac- 
tory, and it is to be hoped that sufficient funds can be 
obtained the next two years to carry out this line of 
pavement. 



2 City Document No. 19. 

There is an urgent demand for the extension of the 
golf links at Franklin Park, and sufficient funds should 
be arranged for this purpose. 

The development of existing playgrounds should be 
arranged for and the Board feels that money for this 
purpose would be better expended than in the purchase 
of new playground areas. 

Very respectfully yours, 

James B. Shea, Chairman. 
Charles A. Coolidge, 
James E. McConnell, 

Co?nmissioners. 



Park Department. 



REPORT OF THE DEPUTY COMMISSIONER. 



Park Department, 
33 Beacon Street, Boston 9, January 31, 1922. 

To the Board of Park Commissioners, City of Boston: 

Dear Sirs, — I respectfully beg leave to submit a 
report of work performed under the direction of your 
Board during the year 1921. 

Boston Common. 

On account of the abandoning of the war camp huts 
on Boston Common, it was necessary to reloam and 
grade a considerable area extending from Park street 
to Boylston street, and a contract was given for the 
loaming and grading of that area. The amount of this 
contract was $12,118. Considerable planting of young 
trees was done during the year to carry out the former 
plan of tree planting as outlined by the commission. 

On account of the great number of people being 
interested in the noon-day concerts held at the Parkman 
Bandstand, it was deemed advisable to provide addi- 
tional seating capacity. A contract was let to provide 
for 2,000 feet of seats. The amount of this contract 
was $12,455. 

For a number of years the ball field on Boston Com- 
mon has been unplayable. It has been repeatedly 
studied by the landscape architect and the members of 
the commission. The latest plan of Mr. A. A. Shurtleff 
was accepted by this commission and a contract was 
advertised and let to regrade the ball field, raise the 
Charles street mall and put additional concrete walks 
on the Common. The amount of this contract was 
$55,660. 

Public Garden. 

During the winter months a number of trees were 
moved and planted in different locations; a large amount 
of shrubbery and tree planting was done in the spring. 
The usual summer bedding and fall planting of bulbs 
took place. During the year a new flag pole, to com- 
memorate the men who died in the World War, was 



4 City Document No. 19. 

erected. This pole, the largest single stick in the city, 
was of Oregon pine. The cost of same was $990. 

Fens. 

The contract for resurfacing macadam road, bitu- 
minous pavement, between Gaston square and Peter- 
borough street, was let, amounting to $28,784.25. 

A change at the Westland avenue entrance, which 
has always been a very dangerous place, has been made. 
It necessitated the relocating of the entrance roads and 
eliminating the dangerous corner. The contract was 
let, amounting to $16,032.75. 

Considerable improvement was made around the 
Burns statue, calling for a relocation of walk on account 
of the erection of same. Contract was let, amounting to 
$1,100. 

A large amount of material was received from the 
Sanitary Division for the North Meadow. 

Olmsted Park. 

The roadway between Huntington avenue and Willow 
Pond road was resurfaced with a bituminous surface. 
Contract was let, amounting to $29,290.90. 

Franklin Park. 

A large amount of work was started and completed 
in Franklin Park during the past year. The Greeting 
was extended and completed as far as the Elephant 
House. A contract was let to the amount of $3,850. 
In the Zoological Garden it was necessary to place 
permanent walks, sewer and water pipe; contract was 
given for same, amounting to $7,668.75. The new 
Lion House, started during the year 1920, was com- 
pleted on January 11, 1921, at a cost of $61,335. At 
the Refectory Building the large retaining wall was in 
a dangerous condition. Contract was given for the 
rebuilding of same and work was completed in Decem- 
ber, 1920, at a cost of $2,526. This building, which has 
been sadly in need of repair for a number of years, was 
entirely renovated during the year 1921. Contract 
was given early in July and work was completed on 
November 1, at a cost of $12,860. The work of restoring 
Ellicott Cottage, which was destroyed by fire, was 
finished May 1. The amount of the contract was 
$10,450. The rear entrance to the Refectory Building 



Paek Department. 5 

was changed to permit the golfers to go directly into the 
club house. This contract amounted to $3,470. 

Dorchester. 

At Ronan Park a heavy galvanized wire fence was 
erected on the easterly boundary wall, and a contract 
was let at a cost of $1,305. 

Permanent seats were placed on McConnell Park and 
Gibson Street Playground for the use of the spectators 
at the various ball games. 

At Edward Everett square and Richardson square 
there have been two very dangerous corners at street 
intersections; contract was given and the work was 
started in August, 1920, finished in September. The 
amount of the contract was $1,802.75. The work 
consisted of the rearrangement of lights, widening of 
the roadway and removing dangerous curbing at park. 

West Roxbury. 

The large area of land purchased at the corner of 
Ashland and South streets has been named the Irving 
W. Adams Park. The contract for grading and con- 
crete work was started on October 22, 1920, and com- 
pleted May 1, 1921. The amount of this contract was 
$16,910. 

Roslindale. 
At this playground wire fences were erected to inclose 
the tennis courts. This work was in conjunction with 
the wire fences erected at Wood Island Park; a contract 
was given in June and the work completed in August. 
The amount of the contract was $4,093.40. 

Roxbury. 

Land was taken for playground purposes at Mozart 
street which was developed during the year 1920; 
contract was given for grading, drainage and building 
retaining wall which will permit of the enlarging of the 
playground surface work; work was started August 16 
and completed September 25, 1920 — $9,195. 

Contract was let for the construction of a field house 
and shelter; work was started in April and completed 
in October; amounting to $16,445 at Mozart Street 
Playground. 



6 City Document No. 19. 

Contract was given for the regrading of the Mission 
Hill Playground for the purpose of enlarging the present 
ball field and fences for running track; work was started 
May 10 and completed July 24, 1920. Amount of 
contract was $5,105.45. 

Jamaica Plain. 

Contract was given for the erection of a fence on the 
boundary lines at Arnold Arboretum and work was 
completed during the year 1921. Amount of contract, 
$4,715. 

The large area connected with Carolina Avenue 
Playground, which has never been utilized by this 
department for playground purposes, was made useable 
by the tearing down of the buildings, and a contract 
was given which started on October 4, for the enlarge- 
ment of the existing playground and construction work 
necessary for same. 

South Boston. 

The old iron fence surrounding Thomas Park, which 
has been disintegrating for a number of years, was 
entirely rebuilt; contract was started on May 1 and 
completed June 16, amounting to $1,840.50. 

At Marine Park the Head House was added to and 
completely altered. This work consisted of a new 
bathhouse and new pier; work was started September 
29, 1920, and completed for the bathing season in June, 
at a cost of $133,675. 

Brighton. 

On the Allston Playground the erection of a new 
field house was started on November 18, work was 
completed May 1; the cost of same was $20,875. 

Charlestown. 

A contract was given for the construction of wooden 
lockers at the Dewey Beach bathhouse to take the place 
of the former metal lockers which were in a dilapidated 
and unsafe condition, due to the salt air. Work was 
started May 22, 1920, and finished June 15, 1920, and 
amounted to $3,990. 

A contract was also given for a new roof on the 
Charlestown Heights building. Work was started 
August 11 and completed October 22; it cost $4,771. 



Park Department. 



East Boston. 



A contract was given to construct a playground on the 
old Eagle Hill Reservoir, not used for a great many 
years and turned over to this department for playground 
purposes. Work was started June 28, 1920, and com- 
pleted May 21, 1921. The amount of the contract was 
$32,245. Contract was also given for the erection of a 
field house and shelter at the new Eagle Hill Playground, 
work on which was started August 3, 1920, completed 
January 15, 1921. The amount of the contract was 
$36,784. 

A contract was given July 22, 1920, for the building of 
oak seats with concrete posts on playgrounds and parks; 
on Wood Island Park 440 linear feet was constructed; 
Eagle Hill, 200 feet. Work was completed on November 
1. The amount of the contract was $2,750. 



South End. 

Randolph Street Playground: This playground on 
which no work has been done for a number of years, 
was put in first-class condition by resurfacing, erecting 
pipe rail fence, repairs to fence, repairs to building and 
shelter and the erection of concrete seats. The contract 
was given and work was started on July 21 and finished 
on December 16. The amount of the contract was 
$5,465.70. 

City Greenhouses. 

The new greenhouses were added to by the con- 
struction of a storage shed ; the grounds were graded and 
the walks and drives were improved, and the buildings 
are now housing the entire plants of the cemetery and 
park divisions. 

Beaches. 

The various beaches throughout the city were sanded 
early in the spring. A great many repairs were needed 
on the L Street building, also at North End Park 
building. 

On account of the extremely hot season during the 
summer months, the beaches were heavily patronized. 
Not a single life was lost on any of the beaches under 
the jurisdiction of this department. 



City Document No. 19. 



Gymnasia. 



The activities in the gymnasia which were seriously 
interfered with on account of the buildings being 
occupied by the State Guards, also on account of the 
coal shortage, were renewed and the large classes were 
again on regular schedule. The curriculum has been 
added to and it is expected that in another year the 
gymnasia will be as well patronized as ever. 

Moth and Tree Division. 

The force was added to and subdivided so that each 
gang had a suburb of the city to take care of. The 
systematic planting of trees was continued during the 
year, and the list of estates infested was taken; these 
places were cleaned or sprayed by the moth force during 
the year. 

Band Concerts. 

Over one hundred band concerts were held during the 
summer months at the following places: Boston Com- 
mon, Marine Park, Franklin Park and Jamaica Pond. 
The noon concerts were continued at the Parkman 
Bandstand and were very well patronized. 

Zoological Garden and Aquarium. 

Zoo. — Another building was added in the ranges for 
the protection of the sacred cows, kangaroos, llamas and 
deer, which makes a very welcome change, both to the 
looks of the place and the benefit of the animals. A 
large number of new exhibits were added to the Zoo, 
particularly in the Bird House. One of the most 
important acquisitions to the Zoo during the year 1920 
was a pair of beautiful leopards. The acquisitions have 
been large, owing to the great many donations and the 
losses have been very small. The completion of the 
Lion House was a great addition to the Zoo and its 
sanitation is as near perfect as it is possible to get 
same. Work has been started on the building of outside 
cages, which we expect will be completed during the 
ensuing year. 

Aquarium. — Changes were made in the basement of 
the Aquarium which permitted the construction of 
shower baths and toilets for the benefit of the public 
using the tennis courts in the Aquarium grounds. 



Park Department. 9 

During the year 125 varieties of mammals, fishes, 
reptiles and invertebrates were shown. At the present 
time there are 477 specimens on exhibition representing 
48 varieties. Considerable trouble was experienced 
during the year with gas disease among the marine 
fishes. In August the salt water in the big storage 
tank was replenished by 160,000 gallons brought down 
from the harbor by water boat. This quantity was 
needed to replace the losses by leakage and evaporation. 
In conjunction with the New York and Philadelphia 
aquariums, a collecting trip was made to Key West, 
Florida. The receipts were not as large as hoped for. 
However, the trip added to the exhibit of tropical 
marine fishes. More or less trouble has been expe- 
rienced recently with fungus on the fresh water fishes. 
It is hoped that this will be overcome in the near future. 

Cemetery Division. 

A large amount of work in the laying out of walks, 
drives and in the planting of evergreens was done in the 
old Cemetery Department which was consolidated 
with the Park Department on November 11, 1920. 
The house formerly used by the superintendent was 
destroyed by fire of an incendiary origin. A new 
wrought-iron fence was erected on the boundary lines 
of Paine and Canterbury streets; the work was finished 
March 1, 1921. The amount of the contract was 
$20,040. 

Respectfully submitted, 

William P. Long, 

Deputy Commissioner. 



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City Document No. 19. 



Expenditures Under the Maintenance Appropriation by Items of 
the Segregated Budget from February 1, 1921, to January 31, 
1922. 



Group and Item. 



Total Net 
Appro- 
priation. 



Total 
Expendi- 
tures. 



Balance 
Unexpended. 



A. Personal Service as per 

Schedule A: 

1. Permanent employees 

2. Temporary employees 

3. Unassigned 

B. Service Other than Personal: 

1. Printing and binding 

2. Postage 

3. Advertising and posting 

4. Transportation oi persons . . . 

5. Cartage and freight 

6. Hire of teams and auto 

trucks 

8. Light and power 

10. Rent, taxes and water 

11. Insurance 

12. Premium on surety bonds . . . 

13. Communication 

14. Motor vehicle repairs and 

care 

15. Motorless vehicle repairs 

18. Cleaning 

21. Removal of snow 

22. Medical 

23. Veterinary 

28. Expert and architect 

31. Extermination of insects. . . . 

32. Towing 

35. Fees, service of venires, etc., 

36. Boiler inspection 

37. Photographic and blueprint- 

ing 

39. General plant 

41. Horseshoeing and clipping. . , 

42. Music, concerts, etc 

Carried forward 



$862,115 20 
11,123 00 
3,000 00 

575 50 
635 59 
175 00 
2,020 75 
250 00 

35,000 00 

11,602 89 

4,567 00 

35 00 

18 00 

2,856 68 

3,079 97 

550 10 

75 00 

1,000 00 
150 00 
165 00 

1,500 00 
100 00 

1,100 00 

17 00 

100 00 

1 40 

40,069 19 

30 00 

18,663 94 



$861,038 43 

11,117 98 

2,709 39 

575 50 
635 59 
172 35 
2,020 75 
241 63 

34,999 31 

11,602 89 

4,567 00 



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6 00 
82 00 

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39,160 03 

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18,663 94 



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290 61 



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8 37 
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340 00 


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$1,000,576 21 



$996,998 95 



,577 26 



Park Department. 



29 



Expenditures Under the Maintenance Appropriation by Items of 
the Segregated Budget from February 1, 1921, to January 31, 

1922.— Continued. 



Group and Item. 



Total Net 
Appro- 
priation. 



Total 
Expendi- 
tures. 



Balance 
Unexpended. 



Brought forward 

C. Equipment: 

2. Machinery 

4. Motor vehicles 

5. Motorless vehicles 

6. Stable 

7. Furniture and fittings 

8. Educational and recreational 

9. Office 

10. Library 

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 

Carried forward 



$1,000,576 21 

3,385 00 

10,000 00 

2,756 80 

200 00 

6,55*' 23 

1,920 76 

28 00 

85 00 

7,800 00 

1,000 00 

6,769 83 

1,835 00 

4,300 00 

695 86 

57,630 11 

20,577 96 

165 00 

150 00 

6,167 81 
600 00 

8,000 00 

7,969 45 
397 71 

3,065 30 

13,870 74 
750 00 

1,200 00 
28,118 00 

6,125 95 



$996,998 95 

1,825 00 
9,661 74 
2,756 80 

190 30 

6,557 23 

1,920 76 

22 49 

47 00 

7,615 25 

806 92 
6,769 83 
1,741 27 

4,038 26 

695 86 

57,630 11 

20,540 13 

150 53 

57 69 

6,167 81 

197 35 

7.968 27 

7.969 45 
397 71 

3,065 30 

13,870 74 
256 50 

1,081 97 
26,096 31 

6,113 00 



$3,577 26 

1,560 00 
338 26 

9 70 

5 51 

38 00 

• 184 75 

193 08 

93 73 
261 74 



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31 


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31 


73 



493 50 

118 03 

2,021 69 

12 95 



$1,202,697 72 



$1,193,210 53 



3,487 19 



30 



City Document No. 19. 



Expenditures Under the Maintenance Appropriation by Items of 
the Segregated Budget from February 1, 1921, to January 31, 

1922.— Concluded. 



Ghoup and Item. 


Total Net 
Appro- 
priation. 


Total 
Expendi- 
tures. 


Balance 
Unexpended. 




$1,202,697 72 

13,000 00 
3,533 15 

40,182 00 
1,000 00 


$1,193,210 53 

12,301 97 
3,533 15 

40,016 90 
611 77 


$9,487 19 
698 03 

165 10 


F. Special Items: 

11. Workingmen's compensation, 

12. Contracts for construction 

where money is derived 
from taxes as per Schedule 
B 


G. Incidental Expenditures to 
Cover Contingencies Other 
than Personal Service: 

6. Christmas Eve celebration. . . 


388 23 


Totals 


SI, 260,412 87 


$1,249,674 32 


$10,738 55 







Park Department. 



31 



Classification of the Expenditures in the Segregated Budget Items Under 

Schedule A. 

Personal Service from February 1, 1931, to January SI, 1922. 



Titles. 



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Chairman 

Secretary and chief clerk 

Deputy commissioner 

Civil engineer 

Superintendent of parks 

Curator 

Physical director 

Bookkeeper and stenographer . . 

Stenographers 

Stenographers 

Stenographer 

Clerks 

Clerk and draughtsman 

Collector , 

Foremen , 

Forester 

Foreman of mechanics 

Tankman 

Subforeman of mechanics 

Subforemen 

Chief carpenter 

Wheelwright and wagonmaker. 

Master mechanic 

Head keeper of animals 

Draughtsman 

Draughtsman 

Transitman 

Transitman 

Transitman 



Carried forward. 



10 



$7,000 yr. 

$3,300 yr. 

$3,500 yr. 

$2,200 yr. 

$2,500 yr. 

$3,000 yr. 

$2,500 yr. 

$1,600 yr. 

$1,350 yr. 

$1,300 yr. 

$1,200 yr. 

$1,500 yr. 

$1,500 yr. 

$1,500 yr. 

$l,900-$2,000 yr. 

$1,500-$1,600 yr. 

$1,600-11,700 yr. 

$4.50-$5 day 

$1,600 yr. 

$1,500 yr. 

$1,700 yr. 

$1,600 yr. 

$1,600 yr. 
$1,600-81,700 yr. 
$l,600-$l,700yr. 
$l,300-$l,400yr. 

$1,800 yr. 
$l,600-$l,700yr. 

$1,300 yr. 



$6,980 48 
3,290 56 

. 3,490 24 
2,067 31 
2,493 40 
2,991 £6 
2,493 40 
1,595 36 
4,038 84 
2,592 72 
1,079 40 
5,410 76 
1,495 52 
1,495 52 
19,424 05 
1,547 40 
1,677 92 
1,533 00 
1,564 6S 
4,083 9 
1,662 60 
1,595 36 
1,595 36 
1,677 92 
1,553 28 
1,302 21 
1,662 07 
1,612 01 
833 37 



$84,840 22 



$6,980 48 
3,290 56 
3,490 24 
2,067 31 
2,493 40 
2,991 56 
2,493 40 
1,595 36 
4,038 84 
2,592 72 
1,079 40 
5,410 76 
1,495 52 
1,495 52 

19,424 05 
1,547 40 
1,677 92 
1,533 00 
1,564 68 
4,083 92 
1,662 60 
1,595 36 
1,595 36 
1,677 92 
1,553 28 
1,302 21 
1,662 07 
1,612 01 
833 37 



$84,840 22 



32 



City Document No. 19. 



Classification of the Expenditures in the Segregated Budget Items Under 

Schedule A. — Continued. 



Titles. 



c3 ft 



„ftQ 



Brought forward 

Physical instructors 

Chauffeurs 

Apparatus repairers 

Head keeper of birds 

Bearkeepers 

Blacksmiths 

Carpenters 

Concrete molder 

Coopers 

Chief custodian 

Custodians 

Custodians 

Custodians ; 

Electrician 

Chief engineer, aquarium 

Engineers in charge 

Engineers 

Engineers 

Elephant attendant 

Elephant attendant 

Firemen 

Gardeners 

Gardeners 

Gardeners 

Gardeners 

Gardener and greenkeeper 

Gasolene engineer, operators and 
repairers 

Harnessmaker 

Inspectors 

Inspector 



$1,500 yr. 

$27 wk. 

$5 day 
$4.50 day 
$4.50 day 

$5 day 

$5 day 

$5 day 

$5 day 
$1,500 yr. 
$1,500 yr. 
$l,300-$l,400yr. 
$1,300 yr. 
$5.10 day 

$36 wk. 

$36 wk. 

$33 wk. 

$31 wk. 
$1,500 yr. 

$27 wk. 

$33 wk. 

$5 day 
$4.50-$5 day 

$4.50 day 
$4-$4.50 day 
$4-$4.50 day 

$5 day 

$4.50-$5 day 

$1,500 yr. 

$1,600 yr. 



884,840 22 

16,101 51 

11,070 00 

3,090 00 

1,404 00 

2,808 00 

3,120 00 

15,518 00 

1,560 00 

4,680 00 

1,495 52 

19,326 72 

5,515 68 

2,549 99 

1,560 60 

1,872 00 

9,360 00 

13,624 00 

4,619 01 

1,495 52 

. 1,404 00 

10,296 00 

10,650 00 

7,455 00 

30,098 25 

4,077 00 

1,350 00 

5,920 00 
1,533 00 
4,429 04 
1,595 36 



$84,840 22 

16,101 51 

11,070 00 

3,090 00 

1,404 00 

2,808 00 

3,120 00 

15,518 00 

1,560 00 

4,680 00 

1,495 52 

19,326 72 

5,515 68 

2,549 99 

1,560 60 

1,872 00 

9,360 00 

13,624 00 

4,619 01 

1,495 52 

1,404 00 

10,296 00 

10,650 00 

7,455 00 

30,098 25 

4,077 00 

1,350 00 

5,920 00 
1,533 00 
4,429 04 
1,595 36 



Carried forward. 



$284,418 42 



$284,418 42 



Paek Department. 



33 



Classification of the Expenditures in the Segregated Budget Items Under 

Schedule A. — Concluded. 



Titles. 



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Ironworker 

Ironworker's helper 

Locksmith 

Machinists 

Masons 

Painters 

Parkkeepers 

Pianists 

Pipefitter 

Pipefitter 

Plant cleaner 

Plumbers 

Riggers 

Storekeeper and property clerk. 

Swimming instructors 

Telephone operators 

Head Matron 

Matrons 

Matrons 

Matrons 

Laborers, mechanics, etc 



1 
1 
1 

11 
2 
8 
6 
10 
1 
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1 
4 
2 
1 
6 
2 
1 
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116 
27 

324 



$5 day 

$4.25-84.50 day 

$5 day 

$5 day 

$5 day 

$5 day 

$4.50 day 

$16 wk. 

$5 day 

$4-$4.50 day 

$16 wk. 

$5 day 

$5 day 

$2,000 yr. 

$4.50 day 

$19 wk. 

$1,200 yr. 

$18 wk. 

$16 wk. 

$2.67 day-$16 wk. 

$4 day 



$284,418 42 
1,530 00 
1,374 50 
1,560 00 

16,100 00 
3,120 00 

13,250 00 
8,370 00 
7,770 65 
1,530 00 
1,377 00 
832 00 
6,060 00 
2,370 00 
1,994 20 
9,603 00 
1,976 00 
1,196 52 
1,872 00 

95,172 30 

11,313 76 
389,324 85 



S284.418 42 
1,530 00 
1,374 50 
1,560 00 

16,100 00 
3,120 00 

13,250 00 
8,370 00 
7,770 65 
1,530 00 
1,377 00 
832 00 
6,060 00 
2,370 00 
1,994 20 
9,603 00 
1,976 00 
1,196 52 
1,872 00 

95,172 30 

11,313 76 
388,248 08 



1,070 77 



Totals. 



$862,115 20 



$861,038 43 



$1,076 77 



34 



City Document No. 19. 



Expenditures for Maintenance January 31, 1922. 

Parks and Gardens. 



Adams Street: 










Labor 






$102 00 




Materials 






13 25 




Supplies 






5 00 


$120 25 






Algonquin Square: 










Labor 






$157 00 




Materials 






13 25 




Supplies 






5 00 


175 25 


Alvah Kittredge Park: 








Labor 






$137 00 




Materials 






13 25 




Supplies 






5 00 


155 25 






Arborway: 










Labor 






$5,254 05 




Teaming and trucking 






1,250 25 




Materials 






1,006 99 




Architect, Arthur A. Shurtleff. 






317 32 




Repairs 






104 83 




Equipment .... 






47 00 




Supplies 






25 00 


8,005 44 






Arnold Arboretum: 










Labor: 










Grounds, etc .... 


$3,993 95 






Attendants, building . 


553 


67 






Repairs, building . 


43 


60 


$4,591 22 












Teaming 






780 50 




Materials 






617 14 




Repairs 






77 17 




Equipment .... 






47 00 




Supplies 






25 20 


6,138 23 


Aquarium: 








Labor: 










Attendants, building 


$24,516 83 






Grounds, etc 


269 


97 






Repairs, building . 


217 64 












$25,004 44 












Fuel 






5,602 40 




Overhauling filters, Charles J. 


Jaeger Com- 






pany 






1,648 32 




Feed 






1,270 47 




Lighting 






1,170 01 




Materials . . _ . 






763 58 




Miscellaneous repairs 






532 01 




Wire for tennis courts, P. J. Dinn & Co . 




450 00 




Supplies 






364 37 




Equipment .... 






235 62 




Architect, William D. Austin . 






118 44 




Teaming 






28 75 


37,188 41 






Carried forivard 








$51,7S2 83 



Park Department. 35 

Brought forward $51,782 83 

Belmont Square: 

Labor $528 43 

Repairs 84 28 

Materials 16 50 

Supplies . . . . . . . . 10 00 

639 21 

Berners Square: 

Labor $120 65 

Materials 13 25 

Supplies 5 00 

138 90 

Berwick Park: 

Labor $263 42 

Materials . • 16 50 

Teaming 12 50 

Supplies 10 00 

302 42 



Blackstone Square: 






Labor 




$1,277 00 


Teaming 




189 25 


Equipment 




30 00 


Supplies 




20 00 


Materials 




16 50 


Boston Common: 




Labor : 






Grounds, etc. . . . $22,510 87 




Attendants, buildings . . 11,733 


00 




Repairs, buildings . . . 578 


90 


$34,822 77 






Equipment 




2,766 79 


Teaming and trucking .... 




1,912 50 


Materials 




1,677 98 


Oak seats, contractor, R. J. Connolly . 




1,648 83 


Fuel 




600 22 






482 50 


Lighting . . . . 




426 42 






258 61 


Bromley Park: 




Labor ........ 




$322 64 


Repairs to fence, P. J. Dinn & Co. 




231 44 


Materials 




30 00 


Supplies 




20 00 






18 20 


Camp Meiggs: 




Labor 




$171 00 






16 40 


Materials 




13 25 


Supplies 




5 00 


Carruth Square: 




Labor . . . 




$43 48 


Materials 




13 25 


Cedar Square: 




Labor 




$285 00 


Teaming ... ... 




36 30 


Carried forward 


$321 30 



1,532 75 



44,596 62 



622 28 



205 65 



56 73 



),877 39 



36 



City Document No. 19. 



Brought forward 
Materials . 
Supplies 



Central Square: 
Labor . 
Materials . 
Teaming 
Equipment 
Supplies 

Center vale Park: 
Labor . 

City Hall Grounds: 
Labor . 
Materials . 
Supplies 



City Square: 

Labor 

Teaming and trucking 

Materials 

Supplies 

Charlesbank: 
Labor: 

Grounds, etc. 
Attendants, building . 
Repairs, building . 

Repairing seats, John J. Flynn 

Fuel . 

Materials . 

Lighting 

Teaming and trucking 

Equipment 

Repairs 

Supplies 

Charlestown Heights: 
Labor: 

Grounds, etc. 
Attendants, building 
Repairs, building . 



Fuel . 

Equipment 

Lighting 

Materials 

Supplies 



$321 30 

13 25 

5 00 



$863 00 
48 00 
20 00 
17 00 
10 00 



$455 24 
16 50 
10 00 



$324 00 
25 00 
16 50 
10 00 



$7,138 22 
5,249 68 
1,141 02 



$13,528 92 

725 00 

709 61 

694 76 

308 24 

125 50 

62 00 

54 32 

51 00 



53,178 94 

1,002 22 

256 31 



Chestnut Hill Park: 

Labor 

Tree culture, Sheehan Brothers 
Materials 



Repairs 
Teaming 
Equipment 
Supplies 



,437 47 
167 98 
56 28 
51 62 
29 60 
20 00 



,845 00 
723 00 
261 73 
69 89 
66 00 
47 00 
20 00 



',877 39 
339 55 



958 00 
131 00 



481 74 



375 50 



16,259 35 



4,762 95 



5,032 62 



Carried forward $128,218 10 



Park Department. 



37 



Brought forward . 




$128,218 10 


Columbia Road: 






Labor 


$2,749 53 




Materials ...... 


704 80 




Teaming and trucking 


380 90 




Repairs . . . . • . 


71 05 




Supplies 


20 00 




Equipment 


19 65 


3,945 93 






Columbus Square: 






Labor 


$211 70 




Teaming 


17 70 




Materials 


13 25 






5 00 


247 65 


Commonwealth Avenue Main: 




Labor 


. $11,143 32 




Repairing wood pavement, John 


McCourt 




Company 


617 40 




Materials 


474 45 




Teaming and trucking 


468 84 




Equipment 


119 26 




Supplies 


109 27 




Repairs 


83 67 


13,016 21 






Commonwealth Avenue Extension: 






Labor 


$7,410 40 




Materials 


1,327 88 




Teaming and trucking 


524 55 




Equipment 


119 26 




Repairs 


111 09 




Architect, Arthur A. Shurtleff 


40 70 




Supplies 


30 00 


9,563 88 






Concord Square: 






Labor 


$431 21 




Repairs 


80 71 




Materials 


16 50 




Supplies 


10 00 




Teaming 


7 00 


545 42 


Copley Square: 




Labor 


$322 00 




Materials 


16 50 




Supplies 


15 00 


353 50 


Dorchester Park: 




Labor 


$677 84 




Fences on tennis courts, P. J. Dinn 


& Co. . 436 42 




Covering roof, John F. Shea & Co. 


250 00 




Teaming 


202 80 




Materials 


37 50 




Supplies 


15 00 


1,619 56 






Drohan Square: 






Labor 


$118 48 




Materials 


16 50 




Supplies 


10 00 


144 98 








$157,655 23 



38 



City Document No. 19. 



Brought forward 




$157,655 23 


Eaton Square: 






Labor 


$563 35 




Teaming " . 


27 70 




Materials 


16 25 




Supplies 


10 00 


617 30 


Elm Hill Park: 




Labor 


$243 00 




Materials 


16 50 




Teaming 


13 50 




Supplies 


10 00 


283 00 


Essex Square: 






$120 78 






13 25 




Supplies 


5 00 


139 03 


Edward Everett Square: 








29 00 


Fens: 






Labor: 






Grounds, etc. . . . $11,276 72 






Attendants, building . . 921 52 






Repairs, building . . . 122 19 


$12,320 43 








Materials 


1,548 84 




Teaming and trucking 


875 21 




Resetting edgestone, J. C. Coleman Sons 






Company 


818 45 




Resurfacing road, J. C. Coleman Sons Com- 






pany 


811 44 




Repairing road, Warren Brothers Company, 


401 66 




Grading, etc., Mary McGinnis Company 


260 00 




Repointing P. A. Collins monument, Emer- 






son & Norris 


209 78 




Repairing fences, P. J. Dinn & Co. 


177 88 




Equipment 


175 31 




Architect, Arthur A. Shurtleff 


168 60 




Miscellaneous repairs 


121 18 




Lighting 


108 53 




Supplies 


67 55 


18,064 86 






Fern Square: 






Labor 


$114 92 




Materials 


13 25 




Teaming 


2 00 


130 17 


Florida Street: 




Labor 


$323 11 




Teaming 


29 00 




Materials 


16 50 




Supplies 


5 00 


373 61 


Fort Hill Square: 






$1,190 56 




Teaming 


119 05 




Supplies 


26 00 




Materials 


16 25 


1,351 86 








$178,644 06 



Park Department. 



39 



Brought forward 
Francis Street: 
Labor . 
Materials . 
Supplies 



$82 00 

13 25 

5 00 



Franklin Park: 
Labor: 

Grounds, etc. 

Attendants, building 

Sports 

Repairs, buildings 

Fuel .... 

Teaming and trucking 

Materials . 

Supplies 

Equipment 

Lighting 

Repairs, miscellaneous 

Franklin Square: 
Labor 
Teaming 
Supplies 
Equipment . 
Materials . 



$178,644 06 



100 25 



£51,539 74 

19,295 20 

12,091 96 

3,365 11 



Greenwood Square: 

Labor 

Materials .... 
Teaming .... 
Supplies .... 

Greenhouses: 
Labor: 

Greenhouses and nurseries 
Repairs, buildings 



$18,766 59 
2,718 07 



Supplies . . . . . " . 

Fuel 

Materials 

Boiler repairs, D. Russell Boiler Works, Inc 
Teaming and trucking .... 
Repairs . . . ... 

Equipment 

Lighting 



Harold Square: 
Labor 

Materials . 
Supplies 

Hayes Square: 
Labor . 
Materials . 
Supplies 



56,292 01 
7,325 96 
7,121 88 
6,543 41 
3,653 04 
2,068 73 
1,333 18 
650 73 



,383 99 

188 25 

20 00 

17 00 

15 25 



$124 00 

13 25 

7 00 

5 00 



$21,484 66 

2,702 65 

2,330 68 

908 81 

307 00 

278 00 

87 75 

70 84 

53 22 



$157 00 

13 25 

5 00 



Heath Square: 
Labor . 
Materials 



$209 76 

13 25 

5 00 



$134 00 
13 25 



114,988 94 



1,625 49 



149 25 



28,223 61 



175 25 



228 01 



Carried forward 



$147 25 $324,134 86 



40 



City Document No. 19. 



Brought forward 
Supplies 
Teaming 

Highland Park: 
Labor . 
Teaming 
Materials . 
Supplies 

Horatio Harris Square: 
Labor . 
Teaming 
Materials . 
Supplies 

Hyde Square: 
Labor . 
Materials . 
Supplies 
Teaming 

Jackson Square: 
Labor . 
Materials . 



Independence Square 
Labor . 
Teaming 
Repairs 
Supplies 
Equipment 
Materials . 



Irving W. Adams Park: 

Labor 

Service, Public Works Department 
Architect, Arthur A. ShurtlefT 
Teaming 



$147 25 
5 00 
2 00 



$400 00 


35 


60 


13 


25 


5 


00 


$584 00 


27 


60 


16 


50 


5 


00 



$87 24 

13 25 

5 00 

1 70 



$95 00 
13 25 



1,641 


70 


85 


70 


82 


32 


28 


93 


17 


00 


16 


25 


$598 


19 


69 


96 


55 


7s 


9 


00 



134 86 
154 25 

453 85 

633 10 

107 19 

108 25 



1,871 90 



732 93 



Lincoln Square: 

Labor $218 84 

Teaming 32 50 

Materials 13 25 

Supplies 10 00 

274 59 

Linwood Square: 

Labor $100 06 

Materials 13 25 

Supplies 5 00 

118 31 

Longwood Park: 

Labor $177 07 

Materials 16 50 

Supplies 5 00 

19S 57 

Madison Park: 

Labor $983 35 

Teaming 67 75 

Supplies 20 00 

Materials 16 25 

1,087 35 

Carried forward $329,875 15 



Park Department. 



41 



Brought forward 
Magnolia Street: 
Labor . '. 
Teaming 



Marine Park: 
Labor: 

Grounds, etc . 
Repairs, building 



$10,003 86 
724 20 



Repairing pier, R. A. Bossi Company 
Materials 



Plank walk, Castle Island pier, J 

man & Sons Company 

Teaming 

Shingling roof of bandstand and 

seats, John J. Flynn 
Equipment 
Supplies 
Repairs 
Lighting 



C. Cole- 



repairing 



Massachusetts Avenue: 
Labor . 



Fence repairs, P 
Teaming 
Materials . 
Supplies 



J. Dinn & Co. 



Maverick Square: 
Labor . 
Materials . 
Teaming 
Supplies 

Meeting House Hill: 
Labor . 
Repairs 
Teaming 
Supplies 
Materials 

Milton Square 
Labor . 



$50 00 
4 00 



$10,728 06 
1,782 00 
1,237 96 

858 48 
653 63 

400 00 

134 26 

106 25 

74 92 

47 66 



,410 01 

348 79 

95 25 

32 50 

30 00 



174 00 
75 65 
15 00 
10 00 



$329,875 15 



54 00 



Mt. Bowdoin: 
Labor . 
Supplies 
Materials . 
Teaming 

Oak View Terrace: 
Labor . 
Materials . 
Supplies 
Teaming 



Olmsted Park: 

Asphalt concrete pavement, contractor, 
Central Construction Company 

Labor 

Teaming and trucking 



19 
58 80 
31 45 
20 00 
16 25 



$472 00 

26 00 

16 25 

7 40 



$115 00 

16 50 

5 00 

4 70 



^29,297 79 

15,898 03 

1,388 40 



16,023 22 



1,916 55 



574 65 



716 69 
41 00 



521 65 



141 20 



Carried forward $46,584 22 



,864 11 



42 



City Document No. 19. 



Brought forward 

Materials 

Repairs to wall and balustrade, D. M. Biggs 

& Co 

Hauling granite blocks and removing cobble 

gutters, J. C. Coleman & Sons Company, 

Supplies 

Fence repairs, P. J. Dinn & Co. 
Equipment .... 

Lighting 

Repairs .... 



Orchard Park: 
Labor . 
Materials 
Teaming 
Equipment 
Supplies 



Park Square: 
Labor . 
Materials 



Peabody Square: 
Labor : 
Materials 
Teaming 



Putnam Square: 
Labor . 
Materials . 
Supplies 

Prescott Square: 
Labor . 
Materials 
Supplies 



Public Garden: 
Labor: 

Grounds, etc. . 
Attendants, building 
Repairs, building . 



$17,016 48 

2,419 04 

108 35 



$46,584 22 
864 40 


$349,864 11 


685 00 




638 12 
302 39 
235 42 

188 26 
87 85 
54 88 


49,640 54 




$1,162 00 

116 25 

83 65 

47 00 

20 00 


1,428 90 



$144 00 
16 50 


$127 00 

13 25 

1 70 


$236 24 

13 25 

5 00 


$218 00 

13 25 

5 00 



Supplies 

Teaming and trucking 

Materials . 

Professional services, R. T. Fisher 

Equipment 

Fuel 

Repairs 

Lighting 

Richardson Square: 

Paving, Warren Brothers Company 

Labor . 

Lighting 

Materials 

Teaming 

Supplies 



Carried forward 



$19,543 87 

1,557 00 

1.016 00 

509 74 

250 00 

125 97 

64 25 

55 66 

14 28 



$550 00 

214 36 

145 10 

16 25 

7 00 

5 00 



160 50 



141 95 



254 49 



236 25 



23,136 77 



937 71 



$425,801 22 



Park Department. 



43 



Brought fonvard 
Riverway: 
Labor: 

Grounds, etc. . 
Attendants, building 
Repairs, building . 



$425,801 22 



58,252 73 

1,716 99 

817 08 



Materials . . 

Fuel . _ . . . . 

Teaming and trucking 

Stonework of bridge, D. M. Biggs & Co. 

Supplies 

Furnishing and equipping pumping plant, 
contractor, Charles J. Jaeger Company. 
(Completion of payments.) .... 

Cleaning sewer, J. C. Coleman & Sons Com- 
pany 

Services of flagman, B. & A. R. R. 

Lighting 

Equipment 

Repairs 

Rutland Square: 

Labor 

Materials 

Teaming 

Supplies 



Savin Hill Park: 
Labor . 
Teaming 
Materials . 
Supplies 



Seaver Street: 

Labor . . . . 
Materials . 
Teaming 

Soldiers' Monument Lot: 
Labor . . . . 
Materials . 
Teaming 
Supplies 



Spar hawk Square: 
Labor . 
Materials . 
Teaming 
Supplies 



Spaulding Square: 
Labor . 
Materials . 
Supplies 
Teaming 



St. Stephen Square: 
Labor . 
Materials . 



$10,786 80 
1,603 91 
740 44 
618 84 
560 00 
261 00 



242 34 



147 00 

127 24 

101 17 

79 50 

39 65 


$177 61 
16 50 
14 00 
10 00 


$458 00 

136 00 

16 50 

10 00 


$95 00 

16 50 

6 00 


$184 00 

13 25 

11 80 

5 00 


$189 05 

16 50 

8 00 

6 00 


$124 00 

13 25 

5 00 

3 70 



$86 00 
13 25 



15,307 89 



218 11 



620 50 



117 50 



214 05 



219 55 



145 95 



99 25 



Carried forward $442,744 02 



44 



City Document No. 19. 



Brought forward 
Strandway: 
Labor: 

Grounds, etc. . 
Shelters . 

Attendants, building 
Repairs, building . 

Materials . 

Teaming and trucking 

Oak seats, R. J. Connolly 

Fuel .... 

Lighting 

Supplies 

Equipment 



Sullivan Square: 
Labor . 
Materials . 
Repairs 
Supplies 

Tremlett Square: 
Labor . 
Materials . 
Supplies 



$442,744 02 



$7,148 04 

1,227 18 

211 91 

155 56 



Thomas Park: 
Labor . 
Equipment 
Supplies 
Materials 
Teaming 



Union Park: 
Labor . 
Teaming 
Supplies 
Materials 



Vincent Cutillo Park: 
Labor: 

Grounds, etc. . 
Attendants, building 
Repairs, building . 



1,182 10 

958 02 

89 00 



Lighting 
Materials 

Vose Square: 
Labor . 
Materials 



£8,742 69 

2,103 28 

897 62 

850 95 

108 80 

75 85 

68 81 

66 35 



L,082 94 

58 50 

55 00 

5 00 



$290 00 

16 50 

5 00 



1,100 45 

30 00 

25 00 

16 25 

5 00 



$329 00 
38 10 
20 00 
16 50 



,229 12 

104 00 

80 



535 00 
13 25 



12,914 35 



1,201 44 



311 50 



1,176 70 



403 60 



2,333 92 



4S 25 



Walnut Park: 

Labor $206 10 

Materials . 13 25 

Supplies . 5 00 

Teaming 2 00 

226 35 

Carried fonvard $461,360 13 



Park Department. 

Brought forward 

Walt ham Square: 

Labor $141 00 

Materials 13 25 

Supplies 5 00 

Warren Square: 

Labor $178 72 

Materials 13 25 

Supplies 5 00 

Teaming . 1 75 

Washington Park: 

Labor $1,685 02 

Teaming 53 05 

Materials 32 50 

Equipment 30 00 

Supplies 20 00 

Webster Square: 
Labor • . . 

Wellesley Park: 

Labor . • $577 69 

Teaming and trucking 55 40 

Supplies 20 00 

Materials 16 50 



West Roxburyway: 




Labor 


$1,802 02 


Removing boulders, J. C. Coleman & Sons 




Company 


375 00 


Teaming 


194 00 


Materials 


65 59 


Equipment 


30 00 


Supplies 


20 00 


Williams Square: 




Labor 


$90 00 


Materials 


13 25 



Winthrop Square: 



45 

,360 13 
159 25 

198 72 



1,820 57 
65 00 



669 59 



2,486 61 



103 25 



Labor 




$929 00 




Supplies .... 




20 00 




Materials .... 




16 25 


965 25 


Wolcott Square: 






Labor .... 




$112 40 




Materials . . . . 




13 25 




Teaming .... 




2 00 


127 65 


Worcester Square 






Labor 




$596 46 




Teaming .... 




233 70 




Supplies .... 




20 00 




Materials .... 




16 50 


866 66 


Wood Island Park: 






Labor : 








Grounds, etc., 


$7,116 91 






Attendants, building 


4,707 12 






Carried forward 


. $11,824 03 


$468,822 68 



46 



City Document No. 19. 



Brought forward . . . $11,824 03 $468,822 68 

Repairs, building . . . 375 00 

$12,199 03 

Fuel .... .... 990 79 

Reshingling shelter, John F. Shea & Co. . 558 60 

Teaming 184 50 

Materials 106 60 

Lighting 74 18 

Equipment 68 38 

Supplies 40 00 

Repairs 10 00 

14,237 08 

Zoological Gardens: 

Labor: 

Attendants .... $32,462 41 

General work . . . - 14,896 06 

Grounds, etc. . . . 2,093 14 

Lion house .... 3,783 58 

Repairs, buildings . . 3,575 42 

$56,810 61 

Feed 11,013 06 

Fuel 6,912 45 

Materials 1,394 65 

Teaming 1,354 50 

Equipment 1,028 44 

Supplies 686 08 

Wire enclosure at lion house, P. J. Dinn & Co. 375 00 

Lighting 245 65 

Freight and express charges . . . . 162 04 

Veterinary charges 90 40 

Repairs 10 00 

80,082 88 

Total . $563,142 64 

Playgrounds. 
Adams street: 

Teaming $133 00 

Labor 31 95 

$164 95 

Alls ton: 

Labor $47 48 

Teaming 30 00 

Materials 26 50 

103 98 



Ashmont: 






Labor: 






Grounds, etc. 


$1,800 84 


Attendants, building . 


958 00 


Repairs, building . 


88 00 






*£9 QJ.fi QA 








Wire fence, Gates & Wadleigh . 




1,924 63 


Wire fence, P. J. Dinn & Co. . 




1,240 00 


Oak seats, J. C. Coleman & Sons Company 


555 66 


Building repairs, R. A. Bossi Company 


433 16 


Materials 




300 46 


Repairing roof, John F. Shea & Co. 


156 80 


Supplies 




83 37 


Teaming 




81 70 


Fuel 




62 40 


Equipment 




47 00 



Carried forward 



7,732 02 



$268 93 



Park Department. 



47 



Brought forward $7,732 02 

Lighting 14 29 

Repairs 3 48 



Billings Field: 
Labor: 

Grounds, etc. 
Attendants, building 
Repairs, building . 



$1,906 76 

1,052 36 

40 00 



Laying drain, John McCourt Company 

Painting fence, H. Pressault 

Laying out diamond, John McCourt Com 

pany . _ . 

Teaming and trucking 
Fuel . 
Supplies 
Materials . 
Repairs 
Equipment 
Lighting 



Charlestown: 
Labor: 

Grounds, etc. 
Attendants, building 
Repairs, building . 



52,419 22 

1,365 93 

45 03 



Erecting backstop, P. J. Dinn & Co 

Fuel . 

Supplies 

Materials 

Trucking 

Equipment 

Lighting 



Christopher J. Lee: 
Labor: 

Grounds, etc. 
Attendants, building 
Repairs, building . 



$2,198 83 

1,411 71 

181 10 



Building concrete steps and making ditches 
for water supply, John McCourt Company, 
Erecting bleachers, R. A. Bossi Company 
Grading, J. C. Coleman & Sons Company 
Restoring roof, John F. Shea & Company 
Fuel . 
Lighting 
Supplies 
Materials 
Teaming 
Equipment 



Columbus Park: 
Labor : 

Attendants, building 
Grounds, etc. 
Repairs, building . 



52,645 77 

2,246 95 

881 37 



Backstops, tennis court, P. J. Dinn & Co. 
Carried forward 



,999 12 
585 00 
337 12 

275 00 
251 50 
180 66 

88 37 
77 35 
58 78 
47 00 
30 95 



,830 IS 

369 60 

286 03 

83 37 

83 04 

65 00 

47 00 

9 25 



$,791 64 

816 75 

795 76 

642 39 

380 00 

131 64 

95 73 

83 37 

86 50 

66 58 

65 00 



$5,774 09 
764 30 



$268 93 



7,749 79 



4,930 85 



4,773 47 



6,955 36 



$6,538 39 $24,678 40 



48 



City Document No. 19. 



Brought forward 
Materials . 
Fuel .... 
Teaming and trucking 
Lighting 
Supplies 
Equipment 
Repairs 



3,538 39 

698 36 

258 48 

109 00 

114 10 

93 87 

50 41 

14 78 



$24,678 40 



Copp's Hill Terraces: 




Labor : 




Grounds, etc. . . . $1,184 12 


Attendants, building . . 948 00 


Repairs, building . . . 140 90 




$2,273 02 




New pavement, John McCourt Company 


895 60 


Lighting 


126 82 


Supplies .... 


88 37 


Repairs 


74 48 


Equipment 


47 00 


Materials . 


26 25 


Trucking 


18 00 



Carroll's Pond: 

Filling, J. C. Coleman & Sons Company 

Cottage Street: 
Labor: 

Grounds, etc. . . . $1,485 93 

Attendants, building . . 1,001 90 

Repairs, building . . . 120 80 



Materials . 

Fuel .... 

Equipment 

Lighting 

Eagle Hill Reservoir: 
Labor: 

Grounds, etc. 
Attendants, building 



1,516 49 
405 34 



Installing underground service, Edison Elec 

trie Illuminating Company 
Materials . 

Supplies .... 
Equipment 
Lighting .... 



J,608 63 

104 54 

79 40 

47 00 

13 76 



L,921 83 

346 25 

299 25 

83 37 

47 00 

7 12 



Fallon Field: 
Labor: 

Grounds, etc. 
Attendants, building . 
Repairs, building . 

Erecting fence, P. J. Dinn & Co. 
Teaming and trucking 
Supplies .... 

Materials 

Equipment .... 

Carried forward 



$1,651 11 
935 54 

82 00 



,668 65 

180 18 

112 90 

83 37 

74 80 

59 14 



7,877 39 



3,549 54 
882 00 



2,853 33 



2,704 82 



,179 04 $42,545 48 



Park Department. 49 



Brought forward 
Architect, Arthur A. Shurtleff 


$1,300 49 

1,234 59 

79 17 


$3,179 04 
30 78 
19 81 


$42,545 48 
3,229 63 


v ellows Street: 
Labor : 

Attendants, building 
Grounds, etc. 
Repairs, building . 





$2,614 25 

Fuel 130 35 

Supplies 83 37 

Equipment 47 00 

Materials 36 16 

Lighting ........ 9 00 



Forest Hills: 
Labor : 

Grounds, etc. . . . $1,418 11 

Attendants, building . . 852 01 

Repairs, building . . . 113 00 

$2,383 12 

Teaming and trucking 201 50 

Architect, Arthur A. Shurtleff . . . 84 71 

Supplies 83 37 

Materials 62 34 

Fuel 49 83 

Equipment 47 00 

Repairs 9 25 



2,920 13 



2,921 12 
Franklin Field: 
Labor: 

Grounds, etc. . . . $7,201 08 

Attendants, building . . 2,560 16 

Repairs, building . . . 461 86 

$10,223 10 

Fuel 1,094 90 

Teaming and trucking 767 50 

Materials 355 89 

Lighting . ..... 228 19 

Repairs, Boston Painting and Roofing 

Company 200 00 

Supplies . . . . . . . . 198 17 

Repairs 82 18 

Equipment 48 65 

Frederick D. Emmons: 
Labor: 

Attendants, building . . $1,123 01 
Grounds, etc. . . . 1,003 44 

Repairs, building . . . 231 04 

$2,357 49 

Fuel 289 53 

Repairs 96 94 

Supplies 83 37 

Trucking 65 00 

Equipment 47 00 

Materials 26 25 

Lighting 14 82 

2,980 40 

Carried forward . .• . ... . . . $67,795 34 



13,198 58 



50 



City Document No. 19. 



Brought forward .... 






$67,795 34 


Gibson Street: 








Labor : 








Grounds, etc. . . . $2,216 58 






Attendants, building . 


1,129 66 






Repairs, building . 


54 31 


$3,400 55 










Fuel 




363 48 




Teaming and trucking 




187 35 




Filling, Jeremiah Sullivan Sons 




144 06 




Materials .:.... 




125 01 




Supplies 




88 37 




Equipment 




47 00 




Lighting 




14 40 


4,370 22 


John Winthrop: 






Labor: 








Grounds, etc. . . . ! 


11,310 00 






Attendants, building . 


777 00 






Repairs, building . 


17 50 


$2,104 50 










Supplies 




83 37 




Equipment 




60 50 




Fuel 




44 80 




Materials 




26 25 




Teaming 




25 50 




Lighting 




3 97 


2,348 89 






Marcella Street: 








Labor: 








Attendants, building . 


$2,426 11 






Grounds, etc. 


2,307 79 






Repairs, building . 


84 00 


$4,817 90 










Fuel . 




615 10 




Fence repairs, P. J. Dinn & Co. 




98 00 




Supplies 




83 37 




Equipment .... 




56 38 








42 00 








41 25 




Lighting 




26 41 


5,780 41 


Matthew J. Sweeney: 






Labor: 








Attendants, building 


$925 25 






Grounds, etc. 


753 20 






Repairs, building . 


57 00 


$1,735 45 
94 05 




Repairs 






Supplies 




87 00 




Lighting 




59 78 




Equipment .... 




47 00 




Materials 




27 75 




Teaming 




10 83 


2 061 86 


McConnell Park: 






Labor 




$2,237 80 




Teaming .... 




144 20 




Materials 




85 45 




Equipment .... 




47 00 


2,514 45 






Carried forward 


$84,871 17 



Park Department. 



51 



Brought forward 
Medford Street: 

Labor .... 

John W. Murphy: 
Labor: 

Grounds, etc. 
Attendants, building 
Repairs, building . 



Supplies 
Equipment 
Fuel . 
Materials . 
Lighting 

Mothers' Rest: 
Labor . 
Teaming 



51,674 26 

1,438 73 

177 68 



Mozart Street: 
Labor: 

Attendants, building 
Grounds, etc. 
Repairs, building . 



$1,248 72 

1,148 21 

17 60 



Excavating,J. C. Coleman & SonsCompany 
Erecting fence, Gates & Wadleigh 

Materials 

Supplies 

Fuel 

Oak seats, Joseph A. Singarella 
Equipment .... 

Repairs 

Lighting 



Mystic: 
Labor : 

Attendants, building 
Grounds, etc. 
Repairs, building . 



Fuel . 

Supplies 

Equipment 

Materials 

Lighting 

Neponset: 
Labor . 
Teaming 
Equipment 
Materials 
Fuel . 



Norfolk Street: 
Labor : 

Grounds, etc. 
Attendants, building 
Repairs, building . 



Carried forward 



$1,152 01 

1,039 88 

191 02 



,290 67 
83 37 
80 05 
77 93 
70 90 
9 27 



$803 92 
27 95 



',414 53 

684 00 

359 86 

130 15 

83 37 

70 00 

56 49 

20 13 

17 07 

9 39 





$2,382 91 
120 65 




83 37 




47 00 




30 99 




7 66 




$1,714 50 




54 70 




47 00 




36 91 




28 88 


$1,663 01 




927 00 




183 40 






$2,773 41 





1,871 17 
192 00 



3,612 19 



831 87 



3,844 99 



2,672 58 



1,881 99 



2,773 41 $97,906 79 



52 



City Document No. 19. 



Brought forward 
Fuel . 
Teaming 
Supplies 
Materials . 
Equipment 
Lighting 

Orient Heights: 
Labor . 
Equipment 
Materials . 



Paris Street: 
Labor . 



Portsmouth Street: 
Labor: 

Grounds, etc. 
Attendants, building 
Repairs, buildings 



$1,056 01 

872 00 

30 20 



Fuel .... 

Supplies 

Equipment 

Teaming and trucking 

Materials . 

Repairs 

Lighting 



Prince Street: 
Labor: 

Grounds, etc. 
Attendants, building . 
Repairs, building . 

Repairs, Boston Iron Company 

Supplies 

Materials 

Equipment .... 
Lighting 

Randolph Street: 
Labor: 

Grounds, etc. 
Attendants, building . 
Repairs, building . 



Fuel . 

Repairs 

Teaming 

Supplies 

Lighting 

Equipment 

Materials 



$981 00 

737 01 

30 00 



,456 00 
915 02 
117 40 



Ripley: 
Labor . 
Materials 
Teaming 



2,773 41 
431 30 
103 00 
83 37 
64 79 
53 94 
15 10 



$787 00 
47 00 
26 25 



$1,958 21 
282 38 
83 37 
82 38 
77 00 
32 70 
14 78 
7 77 



$1,748 01 

445 00 

88 37 

65 85 

47 00 

75 



$2,488 42 
209 16 
103 18 
96 00 
83 37 
52 14 
47 00 
26 25 



$800 00 

29 00 

8 80 



$97,906 79 

3,524 91 

860 25 
204 00 



2,538 59 



2,394 98 



3,105 52 



837 80 



Carried forward $111,372 84 



Park Department. 53 

Brought forward $111,372 84 

Rogers Park: 
Labor: 

Grounds, etc. . . . $1,669 00 

Attendants, building . . 1,125 01 

Repairs, building . . . 136 00 

$2,930 01 

Fuel 433 08 

Supplies 88 37 

Teaming and trucking 84 00 

Equipment . 47 00 

Materials 32 93 

Lighting 7 34 



Ronan Park: 
Labor: 

Grounds, etc. . . . $4,383 26 

Attendants, building . . 1,116 01 

Repairs, building . . . 478 45 

$5,977 72 

Constructing wall, D. M. Biggs Company . 875 00 

Fuel 644 11 

Teaming and trucking 303 10 

Repairing fence, P. J. Dinn & Co. . . 167 09 

Repairing roof, John F. Shea & Company . 99 86 

Supplies 98 37 

Repairs 58 58 

Equipment 47 00 

Materials 34 83 

Lighting 16 11 



Ward 14: 
Labor: 

Grounds, etc $1,620 94 

Attendants, building . . 1,577 64 

Repairs, building . . . 165 06 



Fuel 

Materials 

Supplies 

Teaming and trucking 

Equipment 

Lighting 

West Third Street: 
Labor: 

Attendants, building . . $945 69 

Grounds, etc 795 29 

Repairs, building ... 38 50 



$3,363 


04 


445 


80 


110 


si 


88 


37 


85 00 


47 00 


9 02 



1,779 48 

Supplies 83 37 

Equipment 47 00 



3,622 73 



8,321 77 



Saratoga and Bennington Streets: 

Labor 38 12 

Smith's Pond: 

Labor $789 08 

Teaming 409 00 

Equipment 47 00 

Materials 26 50 



1,271 58 



4,149 64 



Carried forward ...... $1,909 85 $128,776 68 



54 



City Document No. 19. 



Brought forward 
Materials . 
Lighting 
Teaming . . . 

William E. Carter: 
Labor : 

Grounds, etc. . 
Attendants, building 
Repairs, building . 



Pl,788 99 

1,417 06 

416 00 



Laying sewer, J. C. Coleman & Sons Com 

pany 

Fuel 

Materials 

Repairing roof, John F. Shea & Co. 

Supplies 

Trucking 

Lighting 

Equipment 



William Francis Smith: 
Labor : 

Grounds, etc. . 
Attendants, building 
Repairs, building . 



>2,629 32 

1,011 00 

186 00 



Work on sanitary building, R. A. Bossi 

Company . 
Lighting .... 

Fuel 

Materials .... 
Teaming and trucking 
Supplies .... 
Repairs .... 
Equipment 



William Eustis: 
Labor : 

Grounds, etc . 
Attendants, building 
Repairs, building . 



Fuel . 

Materials 

Supplies 

Equipment 

Lighting 

Teaming 

Repairs 



$1,456 96 
900 53 
360 00 



$1,909 85 

26 25 

28 19 

9 09 



$3,622 05 

784 00 

387 00 

280 18 

135 00 

103 37 

65 00 

64 80 

60 70 



$3,826 32 

497 00 

200 95 

210 00 

183 10 

122 16 

88 37 

83 38 

47 00 



1,717 49 
395 87 
252 58 
88 37 
60 50 
60 33 
31 00 
16 20 



$128,776 68 



1,973 38 



5,502 10 



5,258 28 



3,622 34 



Total $145,132 78 



Gymnasia. 



Cabot Street: 
Labor: 

Attendants, building 
Repairs . 



1,877 48 
96 32 



Carried forward 



$4,973 SO 
$4,973 SO 



Park Department. 55 

Brought forward $4,973 80 

Fuel 2,014 63 

Lighting . 968 01 

Repairs, Daniel Russell Boiler Works, Inc. . 264 63 

Equipment 72 00 

Materials 61 60 

Repairs 5 50 



Curtis Hall: 
Labor: 
Attendants, building . . $3,842 79 
Repairs, building . . . 81 00 



,923 79 



Equipment 59 57 

Materials 26 25 



D Street: 

Labor, attendants $1,963 46 

Fuel 683 42 

Lighting 209 51 

Materials 43 45 

Equipment 11 50 



East Boston: 
Labor: 

Attendants, building . . $7,075 89 
Repairs, building . . . 2,252 66 



Fuel 

Materials 

Lighting 

Repairs, Daniel Russell Boiler Works, Inc. . 

Equipment 

Repairing roof, John F. Shea & Co. 

Repairs 

Supplies 

North Bennet Street: 
Labor: 

Attendants, building . . $3,678 69 
Repairs, building . . . 256 06 



$9,328 


55 


1,614 80 


862 


81 


581 


44 


475 


20 


206 


17 


127 


40 


129 


92 


84 


41 



$3,934 75 


1,755 


78 


511 


97 


57 


73 


51 


00 


47 00 



5,360 17 



4,009 61 



2,911 34 



13,410 70 



6,358 23 



Fuel 

Lighting 

Materials 

Supplies 

Equipment 

Ward 4-: 
Labor: 

Attendants, building . . $3,123 16 
Repairs, building . . . 190 13 

$3,313 29 

Supplies 68 37 

Materials 65 43 

Equipment 58 50 

Repairs . 33 00 

3,538 59 

Carried forward $38,588 64 



56 City Document No. 19. 

Brought forward ... «qqkooc< 

Ward 5: $38,588 64 

Labor : 

Attendants, building . . $2,811 85 
Repairs, building . . . 205 00 



,016 85 



Rent of p la no . ... , . . 85 00 

Applies 68 37 

Equipment 58 50 

Materials 31 38 

Ward 6: 3 > 26010 

Labor: 

Attendants, building . . $2,670 90 

Repairs, building . . . 282 66 

,-, , $2,953 56 

* uel + . 583 97 

Lighting 149 42 

Supplies 86 27 

Equipment 59 20 

Materials 51 32 

Ward 12: 3 ' 883 74 

Labor : 

Attendants, building . . $3,463 16 

Repairs, building ... 27 00 

c< .. $3,490 16 

& u PP hes 68 37 

Equipment 58 50 

Materials 26 25 

Ward 17: ~ 3 ' 643 28 

Labor: 

Attendants, building . . $2,798 05 
Repairs, building . . . 195 00 

a ,. $2,993 05 

Supphes 68 50 

Equipment 47 00 

Materials 35 23 

Repairs 25 75 

Ward 23: 3,169 53 

Labor: 

Attendants, building . . $2,838 89 
Repairs, building ... 27 00 

Q ,. $2,865 89 

Supplies 68 37 

Equipment 58 50 

Materials 26 25 

3,019 01 

Total $55 564 30 

Baths and Beaches. 
Cabot Street: 
Labor: 

Attendants, building . . $13,302 96 
Repairs, building . . . 2,248 9S 

„ , $15,551 94 

* uel 2,014 65 



Carried forward $17,566 59 



Park Department. 



57 



Brought forward 117,566 59 

Lighting 992 46 

Suits and towels 739 00 

Repairs, Daniel Russell Boiler Works ; Inc. . 729 18 

Repairs, Otis Elevator Company . . . 429 17 

Supplies 233 62 

Materials 180 52 

Equipment 68 09 

Trucking 60 00 

Repairs 40 11 



Curtis Hall: 
Labor : 

Attendants, building . . $6,741 96 
Repairs, building ... 122 00 

Suits and towels 

Supplies 

Trucking 

Equipment 

Materials . 



Dewey Beach: 
Labor: 

Attendants, building . . $4,162 00 
Repairs, building . . . 163 28 

Sanding beach, Edward J. McHugh 

Supplies 

Suits and towels 

Repairs, M. B. Foster Company . 

Materials 

Equipment 

Trucking 

Repairs 

Lighting 

Dover Street Bath and Laundry: 
Labor: 

Attendants, building . . $45,392 74 
Repairs building . . . 5,496 26 

Fuel . 

Towels . 

Supplies 

Equipment 

Materials . 

Repairing roof, John F. Shea & Co. 

Teaming and trucking 

Lighting 

Repairing showers, Boston Brass Company, 

Lockers and clothes slide, John J. Flynn 

Repairing showers, Maynard Manufactur- 
ing Company 

Repairing mangle, Poland Laundry Com- 
pany 

Repairing belting, Peerless Belting Company, 

Repairs 



$6,863 96 


1,913 


00 


157 


29 


75 00 


48 


58 


32 


50 



,325 28 

467 46 

124 52 

120 00 

96 00 

79 25 

47 00 

45 00 

38 48 

16 48 



$50,889 00 

10,765 93 

1,350 00 

1,074 36 

843 86 

742 73 

620 00 

541 88 

396 40 

340 25 

284 00 

240 00 
177 97 
177 97 
150 25 
61 04 



$21,045 74 



9,090 33 



5,359 47 



68,477 67 



Carried forward $103,973 21 



58 



City Document No. 19. 



Brought forward 
Freeport Street: 
Labor: 

Attendants, building 
Repairs, building . 

Rent .... 

Sanding beach, D. M. Biggs & Co. 

Equipment 

Supplies 

Suits and towels 

Trucking . 

Lighting 

Materials . 



$103,973 21 



L,997 31 
80 00 



Head House, Marine Park: 
Labor: 

Attendants, building 
Repairs, building . 



Suits and towels 
Equipment 
Trucking . 
Supplies 
Materials . 
Towing 



L-Street: 
Labor: 

Attendants 
Repairs, buildings 



$7,091 80 
2,003 33 



$21,064 34 
2,492 40 



Suits and towels 

Equipment 

Repairing fence, R. A. Bossi Company 
Teaming and trucking .... 

Supplies 

Installing and care of Western Union clock 

Fuel 

Lighting 

Materials 

Repairs, John J. Flynn .... 
Repairs 



McKenzie Beach: 
Labor: 

Attendants . . . . ■ 
Repairs, building . 

Materials 

Equipment .... 

North Bennet Street: 
Labor : 

Attendants, building . 
Repairs, building . 

Fuel 

Repairs, R. A. Bossi Company 

Carried forward 



5595 00 
181 00 



,077 31 

500 00 

495 00 

236 00 

93 02 

57 00 

30 00 

22 48 

16 72 



59,095 13 
1,167 76 
323 83 
250 00 
138 42 
131 60 
40 00 



$23,556 74 

3,291 00 

1,047 39 

962 00 

410 52 

277 69 

263 87 

215 82 

198 84 

161 41 

73 50 

42 50 



$776 00 

388 69 

49 20 



$11,652 21 
2,541 83 



$14,194 04 

1,974 78 

862 00 



3,527 53 



11,146 74 



30,501 28 



1,213 89 



$17,030 82 $350,362 65 



Park Department. 



59 



Brought forward 
Towels 
Lighting 
Materials . 
Supplies 
Trucking 
Equipment 
Repairs 



,030 82 
800 00 
511 97 
296 13 
277 69 
150 00 
52 00 
33 16 



$150,362 6.: 



North End: 
Labor : 

Attendants 
Repairs, building 



repairs, 



etc., R. A. Bossi 



Materials . 

Fence and wall 
Company 

Lighting 

Suits and towels 

Fuel . 

Repairs, John F. Shea & Co 

Trucking 

Repairs, P. J. Dinn & Co 

Supplies 

Repairs, Daniel Russell Boiler Works, Inc 

Repairs, Charles E. Gallagher 

Repairs, F. W. Webb Manufacturing Com- 
pany 

Equipment 

Repairs 



$13,413 68 
962 20 



Savin Hill: 
Labor: 

Attendants 
Repairs, building 



Fuel . 

Suits and towels 
Materials . 
Supplies 
Trucking 
Lighting- 
Equipment 
Repairs 



Tenean Beach: 
Labor : 

Attendants 
Repairs, building 

Equipment 

Supplies 

Suits and towels 

Trucking 

Materials 

Repairs 

Fuel . 

Lighting 



Carried forward 



5,938 24 
52 00 



5,301 23 
109 51 



514,375 


88 


1,979 


72 


1,744 82 


551 


69 


547 00 


471 


10 


. 269 


50 


215 


00 


169 


59 


147 


00 


98 


89 


96 


55 


78 


50 


58 


80 


33 


51 



53,990 


21 


185 


01 


107 


00 


94 


77 


94 


72 


90 


00 


83 


27 


47 


00 


24 


50 



19,151 77 



20,837 55 



4,716 51 



53,410 74 




236 00 




124 52 




118 00 




75 00 




16 25 




15 75 




15 75 




7 93 






4,019 94 






$199,088 42 



60 



City Document No. 19. 







. $199,088 42 


Wood Island: 






Labor: 






Attendants 


$3,494 95 




Repairs, building . 


119 80 


$3,614 75 






Suits and towels 




237 00 


Supplies .... 




165 79 


Equipment 




82 61 


Trucking .... 




75 00 


Materials .... 




33 48 


Lighting .... 




16 08 

A 004 71 



Copley School Showers: 
Labor : 

Attendants .... $273 35 

Repairs 263 35 

Supplies 

Materials 

Towels 



D Street Showers: 
Labor : 

Attendants 
Repairs . 

Fuel . 
Lighting 
Towels . 



$1,692 83 
271 62 



East Boston Showers: 
Labor: 

Attendants .... $8,331 27 
Repairs 2,693 26 



Fuel . 

Lighting 

Materials 

Towels . 

Supplies 

Trucking 



Ward 4 Showers: 
Attendants 
Towels. 
Supplies 
Trucking 
Materials . 



$536 70 

21 00 

6 50 

5 00 



L,964 45 

391 00 

132 25 

20 00 



511,024 53 
1,614 80 
581 43 
324 85 
320 00 
245 18 
30 00 



,688 44 

165 30 

82 54 

30 00 

16 25 



Ward 5 Showers: 
Labor: 

Attendants .... $3,465 22 

Repairs 46 43 

$3,511 65 

Towels 294 00 

Supplies 82 54 

Trucking 30 00 

Materials 16 25 

Carried fpnvard 



569 20 



2,507 70 



14,140 79 



3,982 53 



3,934 44 
,447 79 



Park Department. 



5,848 28 
30 68 



53,878 


96 


147 


13 


118 


13 


106 00 


93 


67 


30 


00 


16 25 



Brought forward 
Ward 6 Showers: 
Labor : 

Attendants 
Repairs . 



Lighting 
Fuel . 
Towels . 
Supplies 
Trucking 
Materials 



Ward 10 Showers: 

Attendants $12,076 68 

Towels 780 00 

Supplies 90 04 

Trucking 30 00 

Materials 17 30 

Equipment . 15 90 

Ward 12 Showers: 

Attendants $4,649 18 

Towels 188 00 

Supplies 82 54 

Trucking 30 00 

Materials 16 25 

Ward 17 Showers: 

Attendants $3,612 63 

Towels 250 00 

Supplies 82 54 

Trucking 30 00 

Materials 16 25 



61 

$228,447 79 



Ward 23 Showers: 




Attendants 


$2,897 86 


Towels 


42 00 


Supplies .... 


41 27 


Trucking .... 


30 00 


Materials .... 


16 25 



4,390 14 



13,009 92 



4,965 97 



3,991 42 



3,027 38 

Floating Baths. 
Charlesbank: 
Labor : 

Attendants . . . . $1,167 82 

Repairs 30 00 

$1,197 82 

Supplies 135 79 

Suits and towels 65 50 

Trucking 60 00 

Materials 16 50 

1,475 61 

Dover Street: 

Attendants $904 00 

Supplies 63 02 

Suits and towels 53 00 

Materials ........ 16 50 

1,036 52 

Carried forward $260,344 75 



62 



City Document No. 19. 



$1,450 00 


249 


68 




35 


$390 40 


63 


02 


13 


25 


{1,138 


67 


63 


02 


54 00 


13 


25 



344 75 



1,700 03 



524 67 



Brought forward 
East Boston Wharf: 
Rent 

Attendants 
Materials 

Meridian Street: 
Attendants 
Supplies 
Suits and towels 

Warren Bridge: 
Attendants 
Supplies 
Suits and towels 
Materials . 

1,268 94 

General Repairs, Baths: 

Labor $14,482 87 

Materials 2,561 64 

Towing 660 00 

Equipment 268 48 

Trucking 190 00 

Fuel 73 59 

Supplies 35 84 

Repairs 32 28 

18,304 70 

Randidge Fund 288 00 

Total $282,431 09 



General Expenses. 



Salaries: 

Chairman 

Deputy commissioner 

Secretary 

Superintendent of park 

Physical director . 

Pensions 
Clerical hire 

Attendants, office building 
Printing 

Telephone service 
Rent .... 
Traveling expenses . 
Stationery . 
Fuel .... 
Postage 

Repairs, office . 
Professional services 
Lighting 

Miscellaneous supplies 
Office equipment 
Materials . 
Messenger service 
Advertising- 
Express charges 
Laundry 



Carried forward 



$6,980 48 


3,490 24 


3,290 5( 




2,493 40 


2,493 40 




- $18,74S OS 




12,314 97 






10,939 17 






7,024 56 






2,912 16 






2,626 73 






2,500 00 






1,969 40 






1,481 97 






690 58 






643 59 






539 95 






503 96 






488 39 






477 17 






335 86 






264 32 






229 95 






172 35 






80 26 






75 00 



>,01S 42 



5,018 42 



Park Department. 


63 


Brought forward 






$65,018 42 


Street Trees: 








Labor 




$8,940 40 




Teaming 




2,579 20 




Repairs 




6 00 


11,525 60 






Miscellaneous Work Done for Other Departments 






Labor 




$4,041 30 




Teaming 




205 80 


4,247 10 


Suppression of Moths: 






Labor: 








Public grounds . . . $10,427 96 




Private estates 


9,988 16 




General 


2,254 75 




Assessor's clerk 


303 0C 


> 

- $22,973 87 










Materials 




5,418 90 




Equipment .... 






3,247 59 




Teaming 






2,723 00 




Supplies 






677 04 




Printing 






107 05 




Repairs 






101 10 




Traveling expenses . 






51 35 










35,299 90 


Stables: 






Labor : 








Hostlers 


$8,192 Kc 


5 




Wagon and harness repairs, 


6,311 31 


> 




Shoeing 


819 1C 


1 

- $15,322 7S 










Feed 




7,549 22 




Materials 






1,824 21 




Two wagons, Dyar Supply Compa 


ay 




725 00 




Wagon repairs, etc. . 






644 70 




Equipment 






316 16 




Two horses, Boston Fire Departmc 


nt 




135 00 




Supplies 






87 20 




Veterinary charges . 






57 00 










26,661 27 


Automobiles: 






Labor : 








Chauffeurs .... $ 


11,070 0( 


) 




General cleaning . 


4,344 1' 


J 




Repairs on cars 


2,608 V 


- $18,022 31 










Supplies 




7,695 01 




Equipment . . . 






3,428 90 




Repairs 






2,968 01 




Auto, Boston Buick Company 






2,490 00 




Four autos, C. W. Muldoon, Inc. 






1,710 00 




Materials 






1,509 32 




Automobile .... 






606 56 




Auto, Lalime & Partridge 






554 00 




Auto, Snow, Coombs & McBeath 






509 00 










39,493 11 






Celebrations and Entertainments: 








Labor : 








Musicians, band concerts . $ 


14,394 8( 


) 




Bandstands .... 


790 6^ 


L 





Carried forward 



5,185 44 



182 245 40 



64 



City Document No. 19. 



Brought forward . . . $15,185 44 $182,245 40 
Moving picture shows . . 1,680 00 
Christmas tree . . . 463 00 

$17,328 44 

Moving picture shows and decorations . 2,505 63 

Materials 568 90 

Teaming 471 65 

Lighting 283 49 

21,158 11 

Total . • ■ $203,403 51 



Recapitulation. 

Parks and gardens 

Playgrounds . 

Gymnasia 

Baths and beaches 

General expenses . 

Celebrations and entertainments 



$563,142 64 

145,132 78 

55,564 30 

282,431 09 

182,245 40 

21,158 11 



-$1,249,674 32 



Park Department. 



65 



Expenditures of Loan, Revenue and Special Appropriations from 
February I, 1921, to January 31, 1922. 

Adams Street, Dorchester, Playground: 

Labor $1,633 21 

Repairs, John J. Flynn 98 00 

Architect, Arthur A. Shurtleff ... 15 95 

$1,747 16 

500 00 



Animals, birds, etc.: 

Traveling expenses, George F. Morse, Jr 

Arnold Arboretum, Fence: 
Completion of payments: 
Fence, contractor, J. W. Feen & Co. . . $744 15 

Fence, Gates & Wadleigh .... 313 20 

Wire gate, J. W. Feen & Co 99 00 

Arnold Arboretum, Improvements: 

Building walk and sodding, J. C. Coleman & 

Sons Company $959 62 

Labor 154 35 

Typewriting 5 00 

Boston Common and Public Garden Improvements: 
Completion of payments: 

Grading ballfield and walks, contractor, J. 

C. Coleman & Sons Company . . . $33,817 99 

Oak seats and brick walk on Parkman Memo- 
rial, contractor, J. C. Coleman & Sons 
Company 17,164 20 

Concrete floor in Frog pond, contractor, 

Alexander Palladino 13,624 50 

Rebuilding Public Garden bridge, contractor, 

A. Grande 3,626 10 

Labor 2,306 56 

Concrete walks, contractor, Bond Brothers, 2,180 76 

Payments on account: 
Underground electric light service, contrac- 
tor, James Sugden Company . . . 1,990 70 
Repairing walks, etc., J. C. Coleman & Sons 

Company 

Red gravel, James Holland . . 
Loam, D. M. Biggs & Co. 
Architect, Arthur A. Shurtleff 
Underground construction, Edison Electric 

Illuminating Company 
Tulip bulbs, DeGroff Brothers, Ltd. 
Cleaning Frog pond, furnishing and layin 

pipe, etc., John McCourt Company . 
Oak seats at ballfield, J. C. Coleman & Sons 

Company 

Frames and gratings, Gibby Foundry Com 

pany 

Bronze flagpole base, George K. L. Loeser 
Electric work on bandstand, Charles E 

Gallagher 

Pipe laid and catch-basisn, George J. Regan 
Repairing fence, P. J. Dinn & Co. 



Carried forward 



1,156 35 



1,118 97 



1,650 
1,272 
1,132 
1,083 


07 
60 

20 
32 


960 

862 


29 
00 


800 


66 


782 


77 


782 72 
772 00 


659 00 
602 70 
459 59 



3,530 73 



L522 48 



66 



City Document No. 19. 



Brought forward 

Furnishing and laying sods, John McCourt 
Company 

Excavating trench adjacent to Public Garden 
pond, etc., and laying pipe, John McCourt 
Company 

Erecting base for mine, P. J. Dinn & Co. 

Truck hire 

Repairing gutters and walks, John McCourt 
Company 

Installing pole, Fred T. Ley & Co. 

Guards and fitting iron doors and frames 
P. J. Dinn & Co 

Sand blasting, W. L. Naples Company . 

Oak seats, contractor, Joseph A. Singarella 

Furnishing and laying pipe, Alexander Palla 
dino 

Architect, William D. Austin . 

Label work, Louis V. Schmidt 

Manure, M. McGinnis & Co. 

Labels, A. H. Loehr . 

Manure, J. C. Coleman & Sons Company 

Work done at bandstand R. A. Bossi Com- 
pany 

Frames, Mechanics Iron Foundry Company, 

Repairing and rebuilding granite posts, John 
McCourt Company 

Typewriting 

Printing 

Welding, Massachusetts Welding Company, 

Miscellaneous supplies 

Advertising 

Carolina Avenue Playground: 

Land, Harry O. Waterman .... 

Completion of 'payments: 

Grading, drainage and concrete work, con- 
tractor, J. C. Coleman & Sons Company 
Wire fences, contractor, Gates & Wadleigh 
Expert service, A. F. Andrews & Co. 
Expert service, Warren F. Freeman 
Pipe, Public Works Department . 
Expert service, Henry C. Mildram 
Typewriting 



Charlestoum Playground: 

Handball court, R. A. Bossi Company 
Labor 



,530 73 
436 00 



409 64 
352 80 
330 00 

292 04 
275 00 

253 63 

245 00 
204 98 

220 00 
181 50 
180 00 
126 00 
117 00 
81 00 

79 38 
60 00 

50 00 
43 50 
43 35 
14 50 
13 25 
6 00 



825,353 S4 



6,302 50 

2,774 30 

150 00 

150 00 

57 58 

50 00 

21 50 



1,522 48 



$582 00 
281 52 



90,545 30 



34,859 72 



863 52 



Fens, Improvements: 

Completion of payments: 
Macadam walk at Burns statue, contractor, J. C. Coleman 

& Sons Company 

Fgtis Plo-Tis * 

Architect,' Arthur A. Shurtleff . . . $2,588 25 
Architect, Olmsted Brothers .... 1,294 07 

Franklin Park Building, Improvements, etc.: 
Payments on account: 
Masonry work, etc., on outside cages of Lion 
house, contractor, Carmine Antonellis . $11,840 50 

Carried forward $11,840 50 $134,875 24 



201 90 



3,8S2 32 



Park Department. 



67 



Brought forward 

Repairs to Ellicott cottage, contractor, Hub 

Contracting Company 

New concrete and stone steps at entrance to 

refectory building, contractor, Joseph 

Rugo 

Completion of payments: 
Renewals and repairs at refectory building, 

contractor, Archdeacon & Sullivan 
Architect, William D. Austin . 
Grading and cultivating areas, M. McGinnis 

Company 

Heating system installed, chairman's house 

Trask Heating Company 
Excavating and loading material, J. C. Cole 

man & Sons Company 
Architect, Haven & Hoyt 

Trees, Eastern Nurseries, Inc. . 
Work on bandstand, R. A. Bossi Com 

pany 

Furnishing boiler, Overlook building, Lynch 

& Woodward 

Work on refectory building, R. A. Bossi 

Company 

Furnishing hotwater boiler, Ellicott cottage 

Trask Heating Company 
Oak seats, J. C. Coleman & Sons Company 
Table, A. Hathaway Company 

Completion of payments: 

Rebuilding courtyard walks, contractor, Car- 
mine Antonellis 

Macadam walk, J. C. Coleman & Sons Com- 
pany 

Coffee urn and gas range, Duparquet Huot 
& Moneuse Company . 

Architect, Arthur A. Shurtleff . 

Refrigerator, D. Eddy & Sons Company 

Repairs, George A. Craffey Company, chair 
man's house . 

Show case, Joslin Show Case Company 

Crushed stone, J. C. Coleman & Sons 
pany 

Chairs, Heywood-Wakefield Company 

Tables, H. A. Johnson Company . 

Repairs at refectory, John J. Flynn 

Miscellaneous supplies 

Labor 

Advertising . . ... 

Franklin Park Greenhouses, etc.: 
Payments on account: 

Construction of range of greenhouses, con 
tractor, Hitchings & Co. 

Construction of range of greenhouses, con- 
tractor, Pignat-Vicenzi Mosaic Company, 
Inc 

Architect, Haven & Hoyt 

Labor 

Lumber, Curtis & Pope Lumber Company 

Pulling trees, M. McGinnis & Co. 



11,840 50 $134,875 24 
7,921 12 

3,470 00 



2,593 
1,222 


70 
15 


1,180 


00 


985 


00 


926 

820 
732 


10 

22 
50 


■ 655 


38 


592 


00 


483 


50 


440 00 
436 59 
436 00 



378 90 
350 60 



273 00 


248 


17 


202 50 


198 30 


196 00 


168 


27 


160 


00 


150 


00 


47 


04 


15 


80 


30 


00 


9 


45 


. $41,573 50 


25,500 


00 


4,600 


47 


3,313 


80 


1,340 


73 


375 00 



37,162 79 



Carried forward $76,703 50 $172,038 03 



68 



City Document No. 19. 



Brought forward 

Truck hire 

Test borings, B. F. Smith Company 
Materials 

Franklin Park, Greeting, etc.: 

Completion of payments: 
Grading and walks at Greeting, contractor, 

J. C. Coleman & Sons Company 
Labor 

Franklin Park, Reconstructing Roads, etc.: 
Payments on account: 
Constructing roads, etc., contractor, Martino 

DeMatteo 

Labor 

Iron frames, Gibby Foundry Company 

Typewriting 

Architect, Arthur A. Shurtleff . 

Gymnasium, South Boston: 

Land, Patrick F. Taylor .... 
Marine Park, Head House, etc.: 

Completion of payments: 
Addition and alterations, contractor, John 

Bowen Company 

Erection of convenience station, contractor 

Hub Contracting Company 
Architect, Haven & Hoyt 
Equipment for kitchen, Duparquet, Huot & 

Moneuse Company 
Work on cafeteria, headhouse, R. A. Bossi 

Company 

Labor 

Work at Public Landing, R. A. Bossi Com 

pany 

Chairs, Heywood, Wakefield Company . 
Erecting wire gates, etc., P. J. Dinn & Co. 
Tables, William Leavens & Co., Inc. 
Heater, Rand Manufacturing Company 
Building smoke hood in kitchen, Duparquet 

Huot & Moneuse Company 
Drain boards and kitchen utensils, Morandi 

Proctor Company ..... 

Refrigerator, D. Eddy & Sons Company 
Lumber, Eastern Building Finishing Com 

pany 

Cold pans, Emerson & Lack ... 
Hardware, F. W. Webb Manufacturing Com- 
pany 

Hardware, Crane Company . 

Mission Hill Playground: 

Erecting fence, P. J. Dinn & Co. . 
Constructing running tract, John McCourt 
Company 

Orchard Park Improvements: 

Labor 

Park and Playground, Allston: 

Architect, Arthur A. Shurtleff 

Carried forward 



,703 50 $172,038 03 
115 83 

83 00 

22 60 
76,924 93 



$1,224 50 
227 29 



£5,530 57 

2,413 04 

125 55 

84 50 

38 05 



104,562 50 

12,635 00 
2,910 07 

1,662 80 

937 04 
812 00 

775 17 
507 00 
485 00 
396 80 
380 00 

290 54 

157 67 
139 75 

96 00 
65 00 

41 06 

41 04 



$791 70 
781 06 

$49 70 



1,451 79 



8,191 71 
40,000 00 



126,894 44 

1,572 76 
4S9 00 



$49 70 $427,562 66 



Park Department. 



69 



Brought forward 

Architect, Sheehan & Colleary 
Service, Public Works Department 

Park, Dorchester Centre: 

Erecting fence, P. J. Dinn & Co. . 

Oak seats, J. C. Coleman & Sons Company. 

Park, Washington, Poplar, Ashland and South 
streets, Roslindale: 
Completion of payments: 
Grading and walks, contractor, A. G. Toma- 

sello & Son • . 

Seeds, etc., Bay State Nurseries 

Labor . . 

Catch-basins, A. G. Tomasello & Son . 

Playground, Mozart Street: 
Completion of payments: 
Grading, drainage and wall, contractor, J. C. 
Coleman & Sons Company .... 
Labor 



Playground Purposes. 

Cottage Street Playground: 

Oak seats and concrete posts, Joseph A. 

Singarella 

Spreading sand, John McCourt Company . 



Eagle Hill Reservoir, East Boston: 

Completion of payments: 
Walks, grading and drainage, contractor, 

D. M. Biggs & Co 

Field house and shelter, contractor, A. Piotti 

Company 

Wire fences, B. Krivitsky & Co. 

Oak benches, J. C. Coleman & Sons Com 

pany 

Labor 

Service, Public Works Department . 
Architect, Coolidge and Carlson . 
Iron frames, Gibby Foundry Company 
Typewriting 

Smith's Pond Playground: 

Labor 

Regrading ball diamond, J. C. Coleman and 

Sons Company 

Architect, Arthur A. Shurtleff 

Tenean Beach Playground: 
Sanding beach, D. M. Biggs & Co. 

Labor 

Cleaning and grading beach, J. C. Coleman 
& Sons Company 

Playground, Saratoga and Bennington Streets: 
Labor, Thomas Stirk 



$49 70 
27 80 
24 85 


$427,562 66 
102 35 

RCA 1"i 


$360 00 
324 13 



,581 00 
831 00 
404 00 
357 50 



$1,230 13 
15 11 



$494 96 
177 38 



$7,294 81 

6,474 65 
4,350 53 

665 91 
164 67 
114 89 
105 10 
104 98 
14 25 



$1,157 20 

391 02 

6 80 



$616 00 
538 00 

382 20 



10,173 50 



1,245 24 



672 34 



19,289 79 



1,555 02 



1,536 20 
2,666 67 



Carried forward $465,487 90 



70 



City Document No. 19. 



Brought forward 

Portsmouth Street Playground, Locker Building, 
etc.: 

Wire backstop, W. A. Snow Iron Works Com- 
pany 

Labor 

Oak seats, Joseph A Singarella .... 

Typewriting 

Savin Hill Playground and Beach: 

Loam, D. M. Biggs & Co 

Catch-basins, George J. Reagan 

Wire backstop, W. A. Snow Iron Works 
Company 

Clearing beach and repairing walk, J. C. 
Coleman & Sons Company .... 

Grading, D. M. Biggs & Co 

Labor ... 

Filling, Jeremiah Sullivan Sons 

Installing cable, Edison Electric Illuminat- 
ing Company 

Work done on sanitary building, R. A. Bossi 
Company 

Remodeling iron fences, etc., P. J. Dinn & 
Co 

Frames, etc., Gibby Foundry Company 

Locks, James D. Rawles 

Architect, Arthur A. Shurtleff .... 

Tree Culture: 
Work on trees, Sheehan Brothers . 

Labor 

Supplies . 

Winthrop Square, Charlestown, Improvements: 
Completion of payments: 

Grading, loaming, drainage and concrete 
work, contractor, J. C. Coleman & Sons 
Company 

Repairing tablet, P. J. Dinn & Co. 

Wood Island Park, Improvements: 
Sanding beach, Edward J. McHugh 
Repairing and rebuilding seats, stairs, floors, 
etc., John J. Flynn . ... 
Rebuilding boat house, etc., John J. Flynn . 
Oak seats, Joseph A. Singarella 
Labor 

Zoological Gardens, Improvements: 

Completion of payments: 
Erection of lion house, contractor, A. Piotti . 
Iron and steel work in outside cages of lion 

house, W. A. Snow Iron Works, Inc. . 

Labor 

Crushed stone, J. C. Coleman & Sons Com 

pany 

Plants, Bay State Nurseries 

Cement, Boston Building Material Company 

Architect, William D. Austin . 

Carried forward 



$465,487 90 



,074 05 

748 00 

121 05 

3 50 



$907 24 


656 


60 


630 


76 


556 


00 


445 


00 


400 00 


372 40 


293 00 


262 


35 


245 00 


89 


90 


66 


96 


5 


00 


12,156 00 


1,070 


35 


1 


10 



$400 00 
26 55 



$857 55 


790 00 
318 50 
188 44 
164 68 


$12,176 29 


4,760 00 
3,118 63 


968 14 
916 00 
892 13 
830 89 



1,946 60 



4,930 21 



3,227 45 



426 55 



2,319 17 



$23,662 08 $478,337 8S 



Park Department. 



71 



Brought forward 

Furnishing and laying pipe, J. C. Coleman & 

Sons Company . . . 
Work in duck pond, J. C. Coleman & Sons 

Company 

Repairs at bear dens and bird house, John 

McCourt Company .... 
Stone, Standard Contracting Company . 
Lumber, F. A. York Company . 
Stone, West Roxbury Trap Rock Company 
Replacing bird house pavement, Simpson 

Brothers' Corporation .... 
Elk range fence, W. A. Snow Iron Works, Inc. 
Cement work at racoon cages, John McCourt 

Company 

Lumber, Downes Lumber Company 
Oak seats, Joseph A. Singarella 
Architect, Arthur A. Shurtleff . 
Sand, George H. Noone .... 
Pipe, Dalton Ingersoll Manufacturing Com 

pany 

Pipe, j. P. O'Connell Company 

Removing fence, elk range, P. J. Dinn & 

Co 

Pipe, Walworth Manufacturing Company 
Pipe, Crane Company .... 
Care and running heating apparatus at lion 

house, A. Piotti 

Cement, Argus Manufacturing Company 

Bars, Concrete Steel Company 

Lumber, Blacker & Shepard Company . 

Sand, John Kelly Company 

Lead, etc., Chadwick Boston Lead Company 

Advertising. . . . 

Typewriting 

Wire, Morss & Whyte Company 
Freight charges 



,662 OS $478,337 88 

735 00 

720 30 

597 00 
468 35 
411 86 
397 85 

327 00 
320 50 

228 00 
213 06 
161 80 
153 03 
143 24 

104 66 
103 68 

97 20 
78 70 
39 20 

75 00 
72 20 
63 00 
41 95 
35 14 
21 50 

9 80 

8 91 

3 10 

2 52 



Total 



29,295 63 
$507,633 51 



72 



City Document No. 19. 



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CASH RECEIPTS OF THE PARK DEPARTMENT, FROM 
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Park Division 

For labor, suppression of gypsy and brown-tail 
moths . 

For use of towels and soap . . . 

From sale of D Street Gymnasium . 

From weighing machines, convenience stations 

From permits, for openings, occupations, etc 

From coin locks, convenience stations 

From damage to fence .... 

From use of lockers at Franklin Park 

From the Boston Common Tree Fund, income 

From damage to Collins's Memorial . 

For locker concession at Franklin Field . 

For use of teams 

Refund on Consular's fees .... 

From sale of shrubs 

Penalty on delivery of coal 

Refund on cement 

Refund on travelling expenses — purchase of 
birds 

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1,686 18 

1,615 44 

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For use of bathing suits, towels, soap, etc. 


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From weighing machines .... 


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From commission on telephones 


67 29 


From coin locks 


20 06 


Refund on freight . 


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From sale of junk . 


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Above receipts were credited as follows: 

General revenue, city income 

Sinking Fund 

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1,615 44 

435 42 



Public Park and Playground Debt. 

Liabilities. 
Total loans outstanding, January 31, 1922 . 



$32,894 69 



28,182 17 
$61,076 86 



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Resources. 



Sinking fund, January 31, 1922 
Net debt, January 31, 1922 



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84 



City Document No. 19. 



Beaches, Swimming Pools and Floating Baths Attendance, 1921=22. 





Men. 


Boys. 


Pool. 


Women. 


Girls. 


Total. 








13,068 
33,683 






13,068 




5,130 


35,015 


1,960 


37,720 


79,825 
33,683 


Curtis Hall Pool 




17,335 

8,365 

9,020 

61,858 

287,180 

251 

6,230 

8,150 

28,259 

15,810 

10,815 


67,730 
30,570 
17,720 
24,306 
101,105 
15,825 
71,083 
16,695 
28,567 
37,885 
29,350 


18,680 

9,180 

8,209 

21,926 

44,445 

515 

3,486 

5,640 

10,790 

18,200 

25,448 


39,995 
22,290 
17,061 
13,799 
62,030 
11,760 
34,697 
9,945 
18,715 
36,725 
54,365 


143,740 


Dover Street Bridge Floating Bath . . . 


70,405 
52,010 




121,889 




494,760 


Meridian Street Bridge Floating Bath, 
North End Park Beach 


28,351 
115,496 




40,430 




86,331 


Warren Bridge Floating Bath 


108,620 
119,978 






Totals 


458,403 


475,851 


46,751 


168,479 


359,102 


1,508,586 







Shower Baths Attendance, 1921=22. 



Men. 



Boys . 



Women. 



Girls . 



Total. 



Cabot Street Bath 

Copley School Bath 

Curtis Hall Gymnasium . . 

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 Gymnaisum 

Ward 10 Showers 

Ward 12 Gymnasium 

Ward 17 Gymnasium 

Totals 



104,230 

1,157 

39,785 

5,570 

78,748 

130,854 

287,180 

120,533 

13,990 

41,929 

67,648 

21,211 

104,625 

36,870 

40,251 



30.750 

453 

18,585 

4,035 
28,859 

4,997 
101,105 
27,038 
10,866 
40,891 
12,500 

5,558 
26,420 
16,070 
34,365 



28,510 
689 
11,760 
415 
17,117 
20,724 
44,445 
40,361 

1,958 
12,814 

8,960 

3,5<9 
53,650 
11,665 

4,025 



20,215 

347 

7,500 

1,835 

19,227 

12,170 

62,030 

20,356 

2,336 

23,435 

7,495 

2,022 

20,420 

15,175 

5,123 



1 S3, 705 

2,646 

77,630 

11,855 

143,951 

168,745 

494,760 

208,288 

29,150 

119,069 

96,603 

32,370 

205,115 

79,780 

83,764 



1,094,581 



362,492 



260,672 



219,686 



1,937,431 



Park Department. 



85 



Gymnasia, Class and Individual Attendance, 1921=22. 





Indi- 
viduals . 


Men. 


School 
Boys. 


Working 
Boys. 


Women. 


Girls. 


Mothers. 


Total. 


Cabot Street Gymnasium 


6,075 


2,872 
1,185 
3,366 
5,044 

4,900 
2,665 
1,016 
2,400 
1,127 
2,953 
6,685 


6,972 
3,180 

3,588 
4,379 

8,890 
9,886 
2,200 
4,585 
1,466 
8,631 
8,920 


2,176 
1,350 
3,51o 
1,318 

2,600 
3,771 
1,341 
849 
834 
1,782 
8,330 


2,312 


5,035 
2,055 
2,256 
3,i73 

4,430 
6,035 
5,142 
3,213 
1,030 
6,134 
9,070 




25,442 




7,770 


Curtis Hall Gymnasium 


2,481 
8,153 

7,815 
683 
518 

1,850 
342 

1,775 

2,845 


2,153 
929 

2,375 
2,015 
988 
989 
234 
660 
5,127 


338 


17,697 
23,296 


North Bennet Street Gymna- 




31,040 






25,055 
12,860 


1,655 

346 

74 

514 

1,657 




14,232 




5,107 




22,449 
42,634 






Totals 


32,567 


34,213 


62,697 


27,866 


17,782 


47,873 


4,584 


227,582 







Number of Days Skating and Estimated Attendance. Thirty= 
three Days Skating, December 28, 1921, to and Including 
February 19, 1922. 



Allston Playground 
Ashmont Playground . 
Billings Field Playground 
Charlesbank Park Playground 
Columbus Park Playground 
Cottage Street Playground . 
Carter Playground 
Charlestown Playground 
Doherty Playground 
Emmons Playground . 
Fallon Field Playground 
Franklin Field Playground . 
Christopher J. Lee Playground 
Mystic Playground 
John W. Murphy Playground 
Neponset Playground . 
Orient Heights Playground 
Randolph Street Playground 
Smith's Pond Playground . 
Smith Playground 
Wood Island Park Playground 
Public Garden 



6,200 

18,500 

10,400 

9,800 

57,000 

19,400 

15,300 

14,900 

13,500 

5,100 

6,200 

155,000 

11,300 

6,800 

13,450 

20,500 

25,100 

6,200 

6,300 

6,800 

56,500 

47,800 



86 



City Document No. 19. 



Number of Days Skating at Jamaica Pond, Olmsted Park. 
Twenty-six days 69,000 



Attendance at Playgrounds where Number of Days Was Less than 

Above. 



Eagle Hill Playground . 
Eustis Playground 
Rogers Park Playground 
Ronan Park Playground 
Winthrop Playground . 



600 
1,400 
300 
600 
700 



Toboggan Attendance 1921=22. 



December, 1 day 
January, 18 days 
February, 2 days 



400 

17,900 

6,300 



Total, 21 days . 










24,600 


Condition of chute, generally good. 


Playground Attendance. 


Ashmont Playground . . . 196,629 


Billings Field .... 










136,836 


Charlesbank 










413,900 


Charlestown Heights . 










93,704 


Charlestown Playground 










701,940 


John W. Murphy Playground 










172,989 


William E. Carter Playground 










509,330 


Columbus Park Playground 










524,595 


Cottage Street Playground . 










234,620 


Franklin Field Playground . 


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310.380 


Fallon Field Playground 










125,259 


Christopher J. Lee Playground 










613,310 


Fellows Street Playground . 










72.062 


Forest Hills Playground 










111,982 


John A. Doherty Playground 










356,530 


Mission Hill Playground 










180,169 


Marcella Street Playground 










254,723 


Mystic Playground 










97,350 


Neponset Playground . 










323,108 


Norfolk Street Playground . 










107,895 


William F. Smith Playground 










306,147 


Mozart Street Playground . 










146,681 


Orient Heights Playground . 










130,635 



Carried forward 



6,120,774 



Park Department. 



87 



Brought forward .... 








6,120,774 


Portsmouth Street Playground . . 33,924 


Randolph Street Playground 








114,585 


Rogers Park 








137,147 


Frederick D. Emmons Playground 








74,040 


Ronan Park 








465,860 


Wood Island Park 








911,730 


William Eustis Playground . 








408,136 


West Third Street Playground . 








38,156 


Matthew J. Sweeney Playground 








62,068 


Winthrop Playground . 






127,896 


Net total ..... 








8,544,316 



February 1, 1921, to January 31, 1922. 



City Document No. 19. 



PARK DEPARTMENT — CEMETERY DIVISION. 



The following annual report is presented of the 
Cemetery Division from February 1, 1921, to January 
31, 1922. 



DEPARTMENT CEMETERIES. 



The burying grounds, cemeteries and tombs which 
are owned by and in charge of the City of Boston are 
as follows, with a total area of about 7,040,708 square 
feet. 

East Boston. 
Ward 1. 

Square Feet. 

Bennington Street 157,500 

Ward 2. 
Rainsjord Island 43,560 

Charlestown. 

Ward 3. 

Bunker Hill 48,202 

Phipps Street . . . 76,740 

City Proper. 

Ward 5. 

Copp's Hill, Hull street 89,015 

King's Chapel, Tremont street 19,344 

Granary, Tremont street 82,063 

Ward 6. 
South End South, Washington street .... 64,570 

Ward 8. 
Central, Common . 60,693 

South Boston. 

Ward 10. 
Hawes, Emerson street 11,232 



Park Department. 89 

Dorchester. 

Ward 11. 
North, Upham's Corner 142,587 

ROXBURY. 

Ward 12. 
Eliot, Eustis street . . . ... . . 34,830 

Warren, Kearsarge avenue 54,500 

Dorchester. 

Ward 21. 
South, Dorchester avenue 95,462 

West Roxbury. 

Ward 23. 

Westerly, Centre street 39,450 

Walter Street . . 35,100 

Ward 24. 

Mount Hope, Walk Hill street, 117 acres and 36,536 square 

feet. Opposite Mount Hope are two lots of unused land on 

Berry street, north corner Manning street, 7,150 square feet, 

and Berry street, south corner Manning street, 5,262 square feet. 

Hyde Park. 

Ward 24. 
Fair view Cemetery, Fairview avenue, about fifty acres. 

Brighton. 

Ward 26. 

Evergreen, Commonwealth avenue, 604,520 square feet. 
Market Street, 18,072 square feet. 

City Tombs. 

Twenty-five in the South Ground; six in Phipps Street 
Ground, Charlestown; one tomb for infants in South Ground; 
one tomb for infants and one for adults in Copp's Hill 
Ground; one for adults and one for infants in the Granary 
Ground; one for infants in King's Chapel Ground; one for 
infants in the Central Ground; two receiving tombs in East 
Boston; one receiving tomb in Dorchester North ; one receiving 
tomb in Dorchester South; one receiving tomb in Evergreen 
Cemetery, Brighton: one receiving tomb in Mount Hope 
Cemetery and one receiving tomb in Fairview Cemetery, 
Hyde Park. 



90 



City Document No. 19. 



CEMETERY TRUST FUND. (CHAPTER 117, ACTS OF 1913.) 



Trust Fund principal, 1913-14 
Interest on same, 1913-14 
Trust Fund principal, 1914-15 
Interest on same, 1914-15 
Trust Fund principal, 1915-16 
Interest on same, 1915-16 
Trust Fund principal, 1916-17 
Interest on same, 1916-17 
Trust Fund principal, 1917-18 
Interest on same, 1917-18 
Trust Fund principal, 1918-19 
Interest on same, 1918-19 
Trust Fund principal, 1919-20 
Interest on same, 1919-20 
Trust Fund principal, 1920-21 
Interest on same, 1920-21 
Trust Fund principal, 1921-22 
Interest on same, 1921-22 



$30,773 21 

60 00 

32,621 88 

1,520 00 
31,437 25 

2,811 47 
35,647 85 

4,178 45 
33,331 49 

5,753 00 
47,617 15 

7,512 51 
40,372 25 
10,045 44 
42,210 70 
12,394 02 
43,924 14 
15,112 24 

$397,323 05 



Expenditures for Fiscal Year February 1, 1921, to January 31, 1922. 



Stenographers 

Clerks 

Pensions 

Custodians 

Laborers, permanent. . 
Laborers, temporary. . 
Laborers, unassigned. . 

New fence, repairs 

Fuel 

Horse feed and board . 

Auto gasolene 

Auto tires 

New Ford car 

Auto repairs 

Auto equipment 

Auto supplies 

Steam roller repairs . . . 

Printing 

Markers 

New horse 

Ladders 

Stable repairs 

Wheelbarrows 

Electric light 

Flower pot9 

Telephones 

Axes 

Stone dust, gravel 

Manure, loam 

Team hire 

Paint material 

Scoops, scrapers 

Time sheets 

Food 



Wearing apparel 

Saws, files 

Stationery 

Horse collars 

Building material.. .. 

Rakes, hoes 

Bouquets 

Grave straps, canvas. 

Flagpole repairs 

Laundry supplies 

Furniture, repairs. . . . 

Machinery parts 

Monument repairs.. . . 

Locks 

Veterinary, medical. . 

Chemicals 

Dynamite 

Cleaning office 

Car fares 

Surety bonds 

Cement 

Road oil 

Water pots 

Plumbing repairs 

Shoeing 

Tree work 

Tape, tool repairs. . . . 

Sods 

Tomb repairs 

Wall repairs 

Totals 



$1,196 52 



$2,193 SS 
1,495 52 
1,064 28 



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$087 96 



1,994 20 

52,795 35 

5,459 65 

965 00 

4,141 58 

1,824 38 

768 52 

533 00 

519 25 

504 90 

399 31 

79 30 

4 61 

438 25 

275 05 

258 72 

250 00 

127 00 

124 00 

114 40 

107 21 

106 18 

105 33 

85 80 

62 98 

52 73 

50 00 

44 50 

41 10 

40 00 

40 00 

30 00 

27 00 

26 70 

26 26 

22 00 

21 89 

20 63 

20 00 

18 76 

18 00 

17 65 

17 40 

13 15 

12 00 

10 40 

10 00 

9 75 

9 00 

5 00 

2 20 



$1,600 00 

4.S01 88 

2S1 00 

304 00 



$1,600 00 

3,430 34 

818 00 

124 00 



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81 49 
2 42 



57 50 
31 64 

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139 47 

575 39 

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$1,140 00 
210 00 
50 00 



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$100 50 $70 50 $116,374 79 



$3,390 40 
2,183 48 
1,064 28 
10,204 70 
72,408 35 
7,404 04 
1,409 00 
4,237 45 
2,599 76 
1,557 87 



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632 62 
517 44 
250 00 
127 00 
124 00 
114 40 
175 20 
106 18 
220 83 

87 80 
173 37 
195 57 
444 45 

44 50 

44 17 
40 00 
40 00 

100 00 
27 00 
38 25 
58 76 
22 00 
21 89 
20 63 
33 00 

106 96 
38 00 
18 67 
85 71 
13 15 

12 00 

15 60 

13 00 
9 75 
9 00 

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45 00 
27 50 

16 75 
81 49 

2 42 

17 99 
60 50 

923 90 

5 69 

60 30 

1.07S 40 

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Park Department. 



91 



Department Expenditures, 1921=22, as per Budget Sheet, January 31, 1922. 



Group and Item. 


Original 
Appropria- 
tion. 


Transfers 
to. 


Transfers 
from. 


Total Net 
Appropria- 
tion. 


Total 
Expendi- 
tures. 


Balance 
Unex- 
pended. 


A. Personal Service as Pee 
Schedule A. 
Permanent employees. . 


$104,394 68 

95,594 68 
7,500 00 
1,300 00 
8,430 00 

100 00 
50 00 

10 00 

50 00 

200 00 

23 00 

275 00 
400 00 

480 00 
225 00 
10 00 
15 00 
22 00 
6,500 00 
70 00 

3,050 00 

600 00 

550 00 

25 00 

25 00 

700 00 

250 00 

50 00 

850 00 

6,560 00 

750 00 

40 00 

2,300 00 

2,100 00 

5 00 

25 00 

650 00 

550 00 

65 00 

75 00 

1,700 00 

500 00 

500 00 

700 00 

1,300 00 

1,200 00 

100 00 


$250 00 


$2,217 73 
2,217 73 


$102,426 95 

93,376 95 
7,500 00 
1,550 00 
9,962 65 

100 00 
50 00 

10 00 
452 50 
200 00 

27 50 

275 00 
400 00 

480 00 
228 00 
10 00 
15 00 
22 00 
7,622 65 
70 00 

3,050 00 

1,110 00 

40 00 

25 00 

25 00 

700 00 

250 00 

50 00 

850 00 

6,995 08 

750 00 

40 00 

2,735 08 

2,100 00 

5 00 

25 00 

650 00 

550 00 

65 00 

75 00 

1,700 00 

500 00 

500 00 

700 00 

1,300 00 

1,200 00 

100 00 


$96,999 97 

88,186 93 
7,404 04 
1,409 00 
9,806 82 

100 00 

45 00 


$5,426 98 

5,190 02 
95 96 






250 00 
1,532 65 




141 00 






155 83 


Personal. 
Postage 












5 00 


sons. 






10 00 




402 50 




444 45 

175 20 

27 50 

220 83 
399 31 

480 00 

228 00 

3 00 

10 00 


8 05 






24 80 




4 50 






bonds. 




54 17 








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Cleaning 


3 00 






Medical. . 




7 00 








5 00 








22 00 




1,122 65 




7,613 03 
60 50 

2,612 45 
1,103 45 

22 00 

23 71 
455 71 
250 00 

27 00 

730 58 

5,313 52 

691 38 

40 00 

2,599 76 

1,077 87 


9 62 






9 50 


ping. 
C. Equipment: 


510 00 
510 00 


510 00 


437 55 
6 55 




510 00 


40 00 


Stable. . . 




3 00 








1 29 








244 29 
















23 00 








119 42 


D. Supplies: 


435 08 




1 681 56 


Office 




58 62 


Food and ice 








Fuel 


435 08 




135 32 






1 022 13 








5 00 








18 67 

268 87 

537 61 

9 75 

69 61 

577 75 

21 28 

173 37 

383 10 

1,064 28 

1,064 28 


6 33 








381 13 








12 39 









55 25 


ants. 






5 39 


E. Materials: 






1,122 25 

478 72 














326 63 








316 90 


F. Special Items: 






235 72 








135 72 








100 00 


sation. 










Totals 


$125,434 68 


$2,727 73 


$2,727 73 


$125,434 68 


$116,374 79 


$9,059 89 





92 



City Document No. 19. 



Classification of the Expenditures in the Segregated Budget Items under Schedule A, 
Personal Service, from February 1, 1921, to January 31, 1922. 



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Personal Service: 

Stenographer 

Clerk... 

Stenographer 

Custodians 

Custodians 

Custodian 

Clerk 

Head gardener 

Stableman-chauffeur . 

Tool sharpener 

Engineer 

Gardeners 

Gardener 

Foreman 

Treemen 

Stablemen 

Laborers 

Powderman 

Matron 



Totals 

A 2. Temporary employees. 
A 3. Unassigned 



$2,200 yr. 
$1,500 yr. 
$1,200 yr. 
$1,600 yr. 
$1,140 yr. 
$2,000 yr. 
$1,240 yr. 

$33 \vk. 

$29 wk. 

$5 day. 

$5 day. 
$4.50 day. 

$4 day. 

$4.50-5 day. 

$4.50 day. 

$4 day. 

$4 day. 

$4-4.50 day. 

$2.50 day. 



$2,193 88 
1,495 52 
1,196 52 
4,800 00 
3,420 00 
1,994 20 
1,236 56 
1,716 00 
1,508 00 
1,560 00 
1,560 00 

11,232 00 
1 ,248 00 
1,533 00 
4,212 00 
3,744 00 

46,950 27 

1,377 00 

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$93,376 95 
7,500 00 
1,550 00 



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1,495 
1,196 
4,800 
3,410 
1,994 
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1,716 
1,508 
1,550 
1,557 

10,962 
1,244 
1,533 
4,185 
3,408 

43,159 

1,218 

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7,404 04 
1,409 00 



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548 60 



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270 00 

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27 00 

336 00 

3,790 92 

159 00 

32 50 



Totals. 



$102,426 95 



$96,999 97 



$5,190 02 

95 96 

141 00 

$5,426 9S 



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8,105 00 

10,358 50 

1,670 45 

1,614 50 

828 00 

351 00 

500 00 

437 00 

323 50 

202 00 

293 85 

189 00 

100 00 

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1,691 00 

2,040 50 

525 70 

42 50 

173 00 

126 00 


$2,280 00 

620 00 

1,011 00 

356 06 

7 00 

428 00 

69 00 












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14 00 

4 00 

88 00 


$40 00 




27 75 








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60 00 

82 00 








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67 00 
70 00 




















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Totals 


$32,279 13 
10,425 00 


$6,327 70 
3,765 00 


$4,912 56 
4,257 00 


$186 00 
346 00 


$95 75 


Trust Fund 


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$42,704 13 


$10,092 70 


$9,169 56 


$532 00 


$331 75 






Total Trust Fund 


$190,467 57 

7,196 73 

507 65 


$27,990 00 
1,070 75 


$45,777 81 

1,731 30 

9S 05 


$8,386 50 

316 26 

43 70 


$2,759 50 


Perpetual care interest 1921-1922 

Bills due 1897-1921 


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$80 00 


$15 00 


$15 00 


$10 00 








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1,668 00 
















1,545 00 
















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500 00 
















465 00 
















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354 00 
















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$15 00 


$15 00 


$10 00 


$3 00 






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$15 00 


$15 00 


$10 00 


$3 00 






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100 00 


$5,000 00 
175 00 


$2,500 00 
100 00 


$2,500 00 
100 00 


$2,500 00 
100 00 


$290,381 38 






10,994 92 






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188 


236 


180 




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2,773 


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131 


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246 


198 



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Paid. 


1911 


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7 
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9 
6 
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1912 




1,451 42 


1913 

1914 

1915 


2 
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2,365 98 
2,288 66 
2,551 09 


1916 

1917 


3 


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3.026 15 
2,750 68 
2,052 95 
1,901 32 
1,157 54 
1,064 28 


1918 

1919 


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1920 




1921 












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