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Cit^ ot Boston 
PARK DEPARTMENT 



FORTY-EIGHTH ANNUAL REPORT 



Board of Commissioners 



Year Ending January 31, 1923 




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[Document 19 — 1923.] 




ANNUAL REPORT 



PARK DEPARTMENT 



YEAR ENDING JANUARY 31, 1923. 



Boston, January 31, 1923. 

Hon. James M. Curley, 
Mayor of Boston: 

Dear Sir, — The Park and Recreation Commission 
here"with submit the annual report for the year ending 
January 31, 1923. 

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 m,oney 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, 
Myron P. Lewis, 

Commissioners. 



City Document No. 19. 



REPORT OF WILLIAM P. LONG, DEPUTY 
COMMISSIONER. 



To the Board of Park Commissioners, City of Boston: 

Dear Sirs, — I respectfully beg leave to submit the 
following report regarding work performed under the 
direction of your Board during the year 1922. This 
report is chiefly an enumeration of items of work com- 
pleted. 

Boston Common. 

Many new trees were planted on the Common in 
accordance with a general tree planting plan. The old 
iron fence along Charles street near Park square w^as 
repaired and extended. New stone entrance posts, 
similar in design to those near the corner of Charles and 
Boylston streets, w^ere provided where needed. The 
contract price of this work amounted to $3,982.50. The 
widening of Tremont street, which disturbed some of the 
marginal, loam beds, required the extension of the side 
lines of some of the granolithic walks. A concrete walk 
was built running from the Frog Pond to the Soldiers' 
Monument. Near the monument a tank from the 
French Government, a German 70 millimeter gun, and a 
deep sea mine have been placed to interest visitors. The 
cost of this work, completed July, 1922, including the 
walks, amounted to $14,351.90. 



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Public Garden. 

The work of rebuilding the Public Garden Bridge was 
completed May 2, at a cost of $4,740. 

The tulip show during the month of April and May 
was one of the finest ever given. The usual summer 
show of beddmg plants was carried out. Two large 
beds, one at the main entrance at Arlington street and 
the other in front of the Ether Monument, were devoted 
to carpet bedding and were arranged for the conventions 
coming to the city. 



Park Department. 3 

Fens and Riverway. • 

A contract was let amounting to $73,188.76 for resur- 
facing with bituminous pavement the old macadam road 
between the Art Museum and the Longwood Avenue 
Bridge. 

A study is being made to provide on the meadow land 
in the vicinity of Simmons College a playground. Plans 
have been drawn by Mr. Arthur A. Shurtleff, landscape 
architect. 

A study is also being made to arrange the vicinity of 
the proposed Electrical Signal Station in the Fens in the 
vicinity of the Westland avenue entrance. 

The Sanitary Division of the Public Works Depart- 
ment contributed a large amount of filling material for 
the grading of the North Meadow. 

Jamaicaway. 

A large amount of evergreen planting was done 
in the vicinity of Pine Bank. It is intended to reforest 
this area by the planting of Austrian and red pines, as the 
old white pines are rapidly dying. 

At the junction of Jamaicaway and Prince street, 
which is one of the most dangerous corners in the park 
system, a rearrangement of the road with the removal 
of the stone wall and change of the foot paths was 
carried out. A contract was let to the amount of 
$2,700. This rearrangement has greatly reduced traffic 
hazards at this point. 

Franklin Park. 

A large amount of construction work and also improve- 
ments relating to existing buildings was carried on 
during the year in Franklin Park. One undertaking 
was the completion of the 18-hole golf course which was 
ready for use in the early spring. This course is con- 
sidered by experts to be one of the best courses in the 
vicinity of Boston. 

A contract was given for the water supply and grad- 
ing of the golf links for $11,206. This work was com- 
pleted September 20, 1922. 

Another very important work was the reconstruc- 
tion of the Blue Hill avenue entrance at Glen Lane. 



4 City Document No. 19. 

On account of the large amount of motor traffic and the 
parking required in the vicinity of the Monkey House, 
it was necessary to widen Glen Lane and improve the 
entrances. Contract was given for this amounting to 
114,351.90; w^ork was completed July 22, 1922. 

The new greenhouses built in Franklin Park were 
enlarged by the building of a brick storage shed for 
bulbs, etc.; contract was given amounting to $2,348. 
It was also necessary to build a concrete house for the 
storage of bay trees. This was laid out in the lea of 
the hill in the rear of the paint shop and proved to be an 
admirable site for the purpose as it is protected on all 
sides and does not require heat. A contract was given 
for this house for the sum of S8,454.47. 

The department had two refreshment booths con- 
structed, one in the vicinity of the Elephant House and 
the other near the Bear Dens, together with the concession 
at the Refectory Building. These two houses were 
very artistically built and blend with the landscape. A 
contract was given for these refreshment booths for the 
sum of $2,222 and work w^as completed December 12, 
1922. 

A new roof was also added to the Round House 
adjacent to the Refectory Building; contract was given 
for the sum of $1,716. Work was completed July 12, 
1922. 

The Zoo at Franklin Park has been improved by the 
building of permanent walks in the vicinity of the Deer 
and Elk Ranges and the addition of corrals for animals, 
and one new permanent building. 

Several new attractions have been added, the most 
notable being the baby hippopotamus. 

It was necessary to construct two concrete tanks, 
one inside the Elephant House and one in the yard. 
Contract was given to the amount of $4,530.93 for 
the building of same; work was completed June 23, 
1922. 

Special attention was given during the year 1922 to 
the permanent road surface on the Parkway, and in 
continuing the plan adopted by the Board of Park Com- 
missioners to provide permanent roads throughout the 
park system. A bituminous pavement was laid on 
Perkins street, Olmsted park and Columbia road, and 
a contract was let for $47,887.55. Work was com- 
pleted November 23, 1922. 



Park Department. 



Arnold Arboretum. 

The roads in the vicinity of Peters Hill and the Turn- 
table were resurfaced. A contract was let for the sum 
of $4,404.53; work was completed September 23, 1922. 
Contracts were also let for wire fence on walls in the 
Arboretum for the sum of $3,894.40 and work was com- 
pleted November 22, 1923. 



Playgrounds. 
South End Playground. 

The purchase of the South End Playground, which 
has been under discussion for many years, was completed 
by the taking of land on both sides of Cherry street 
for which an appropriation of $125,000 was made. 

Columbus Park. 

A comprehensive scheme for the improvement of the 
Strandway and Columbus Park was started by the 
appropriation of $750,000. 

Contracts were let for a bath house at Columbus 
Park, and the work of filling, grading, road and walk 
building was begun for the sum of $448,190. When 
completed. South Boston will have a beach area which 
cannot be matched in any large city of the country. 
This beach can be reached in ten minutes from the 
heart of the city. It is difficult for the average person 
to realize what a tremendous benefit this development 
will be to the people of Boston. 



John A. Doherty Playground, Dorchester District. 

A wooden shelter for swings and teeter boards was 
erected and contract was let for the sum of $1,341, com- 
pleted March 1, 1922. 



John W. Murphy Playground, Carolina Avenue. 

Bleachers were erected at this place for the sum of 
$3,994.10 and were completed July 15, 1922. 



City Document No. 19. 



Franklin Field. 



The tennis courts which are so popular were fenced 
in with electrically welded wire ; contract was let for the 
sum of $2,120 and completed August 2, 1922. 

John F. Holland Playground, Roxbury District. 

The children's playground was fenced in with wire 
fence. Contract was given for the sum of 12,274.30 and 
was completed August 29, 1922. 



Christopher Gibson Playground. 

During the year an important improvement was made 
in the playground by the installation of concrete 
bleachers for the sum of $40,229.50. The work is as yet 
incompleted. 

Mary Hemenway Playground. 

Contract was given for the building of a concrete wall 
to inclose the rear end of the plavground for the sum of 
$3,310. 

Charlesbank Playground. 

One of the greatest improvements during this year 
was the renovation of this playground. This is the first 
playground of its kind in America. Studies were made 
to reconstruct the athletic field, install tennis courts and 
hand ball courts, and contract was let for the sum of 
$10,000. Work was completed October 14, 1922. 



Beaches. 

The beaches throughout the department w^ere very 
fully patronized and I again beg leave to report that not 
a single life was lost on any beach under the control of 
this department. 

All the beaches were graveled, graded and sanded 
early in the-sprmg and repairs made on all the houses, 
including the one at L street and the Head House at 
City Point. 



Park Department. 



Gymnasiums. 



The activities m the gymnasiums were very gratifying 
during the past year. 

On account of the resignation of one of the physical 
instructors, other instructors were relocated with good 
results. The curriculum was enlarged and demonstra- 
tions were held in most of the gymnasiums during the 
months of January and February. 

Moth and Tree Division. 

During the year 1922 the city trees on public and 
private grounds were carefully inspected and cared for 
either by creosoting or spraying, in some instances 
where the infestation was severe, as in the Hyde Park 
district, by both. This method has reduced over 60 per 
cent of the infested areas and it is hoped during the year 
1923 to reduce still further. Over 50,000 estates were 
inspected and 38,000 cared for. • 

The ice storm during the months of February and 
March did untold destruction. The tree force was in 
constant activity day and night for a period of one 
month. 

During the year over 500 trees were planted on the 
streets of Boston, also in the various parks and play- 
grounds, Common and Public Garden on Arbor Day. 

Band Concerts. 

An appropriation of $15,000 was expended for band 
concerts during the sum,mer months at the following 
places: Boston Comm.on, Marine Park, Franklin Park, 
Savin Hill Park, Jamaica Pond, Charlestown Heights 
and Wood Island Park. 

The concerts were very well patronized and extremely 
popular. One hundred twenty-five concerts in all were 
given. 

Zoological Garden and Aquarium. 

A very important addition to the Zoo this year was 
the hippopotamus presented by the Boston Post. This 
animal has been housed in the Elephant House, for which 
special tanks were built, both inside and out. 



8 City Document No. 19. 

Aquarium. — The end of the year 1922 finds the 
Aquarium with an unusually good supply of exhibits. 
For the first time in a number of years we have large 
reserve stock. The year was started with 450 specimens, 
representing 50 varieties. At present there are on hand 
870 specimens and 78 varieties. At different times 
during the year there were as many as 112 varieties. 

During July, in conjunction with the New York 
Aquarium, a collector was sent to Florida for tropical 
marine fishes. This trip netted the Aquarium 300 
specimens representing 50 varieties. 

Owing to the great increase in the number of marine 
exhibits, it was found advisable to change five of the 
fresh water tanks to salt water. 

The Aquarium is~^lways ready to extend all the 
assistance it can to students and other investigators of 
fish life. -^^ 

The salt water at the Aquarium is conducted through 
lead lined iron pipe. This pipe is so ea'ten by the 
corrosive action of the water that it will be replaced. I 
respectfully recommend that a special appropriation 
of $10,000 be requested for this purpose. 



Cemeteries. 

During the year 1922 the activities of the Cemetery 
Division of the Park Department were varied and many. 
Among the most important ones were the completion of 
the World War Veterans' lot and the erection of a 
bronze tablet on a boulder. Dedication exercises took 
place in September, 1922. Contract was given the 
J. C. Coleman & Sons Company for $20,000. 

Another undertaking was the developing of a section 
of land in the Elm Grove section for 5,000 single graves. 
A -contract was given to the Mt. Pleasant Construction 
Company to do this work for the sum of $6,771.80. 

At the expiration of ten years, the remains of the 
bodies of Chinese that have been interred for that 
length of time are raised and shipped to China. During 
the year 1922 the largest number ever taken approxi- 
mately 425, were disinterred and the bones of each 
carefully placed in a metal container, hermetically 
sealed and shipped to china. 

At Fairview Cemetery an Assyrian section has been 



Park Department. 9 

developed which contains 300 graves. It was necessary 
before selecting this area to turn the ground and trench 
to a depth of 6 feet. 

At Evergreen Cemetery in Brighton, a large section 
was developed for single graves during the summer 
months. 

Historical cemeteries were kept open Sundays and 
holidays. We had two burials in Kings Chapel Burying 
Ground and one at the Central Burying Ground on the 
Common. 

I respectfully recommend that the sum of 110,000 be 
appropriated to develop a large single grave section in 
the Mt. Hope Cemetery. 

Respectfully submitted, 

William P. Long, 
Deputy Commissioner. 



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Classification of the Expenditures in the Segregated Budget Items Under 

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Personal Service from February 1, 1922, to January 31, 1923. 



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Chairman 

Secretary and chief clerk 

Deputy commissioner 

Civil engineer 

Superintendent of parks 

Curator 

Physical director 

Bookkeeper and stenographer . 

Stenographers and clerks 

Stenographers and clerks 

Stenographer and clerk 

Clerks and stenographers 

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 

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Carried forvxbrd 



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$3,500 yr 

$2,200 yr, 

$2,500 yr, 

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$2,500 yr 

$1,600 yr 
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l,20O-$l,30O yr. 

$1,500 yr. 

$1,500 yr. 

$1,500 yr. 

$2,000 yr. 

$1,600 yr. 

$1,790 yr. 
$5 day. 

$1,600 yr. 

$1,500 yr. 

$1,700 yr. 

$1,600 yr. 

$1,600 yr. 

$1,700 yr. 

$1,700 yr. 

$1,400 yr. 

$1,800 yr. 

$1,700 yr. 

$1,300 yr. 



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2,769 36 
1,234 70 
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1,500 00 

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1,700 00 
1,565 00 
1,600 00 
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1,600 00 
1,600 00 
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1,069 75 
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1,234 14 
1,176 61 
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182,653 34 



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Classification of the Expenditures in the Segregated Budget Items Under 
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Brought forivard 

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Chauffeurs 

Apparatus repairers 

Head keeper of birds 

Bearkeepers 

Blacksmiths 

Carpenters 

Concrete moWer 

Coopters 

Chief custodian 

Custodians 

Custodians 

Custodians 

Electrician 

' Chief engineer, Aquarium 

Engineers in charge 

Engineers 

Engineers 

Elephant attendant 

Elephant attendant 

Firemen 

Gardeners 

Gardeners 

Gardener and greenkeeper 

Gasolene engineers, operators and re- 
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Inspectors 

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Inspector 

Inspector 

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$5 day. 

$5 day. 

$5 day. 

$1,500 yr. 

$1,500 yr. 

$1,400 yr. 

$1,300 yr. 

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$36 wk. 

$33 wk. 

$31 wk. 
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$33 wk. 

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$4 . 50 day. 
$4 . 50 day. 

$5 day. 

$5 day. 
$1,500 yr. 
$1,600 yr. 

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1,212 75 

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1,347 61 

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18,750 00 

32,175 00 

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1,565 00 
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1,600 00 
910 00 
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City Document No. 19. 



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



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Machinists 

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Painters 

Parkkeepers 

Pianists and matrons 

Pipefitter 

Pipefitter 

Plant cleaner 

Plumbers 

Riggers 

Storekeeper and property clerl 

Swimming instructors 

Telephone operators 

Head matron 

Matrons 

Matrons 

Matrons 

Laborers, mechanics, etc 

Adviser on animals 

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$16 wk. 

$2.67 day. 

$4 day. 
$1,500 yr. 



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Expenditures of Loan, Revenue and Special Appropriations from 
February 1, 1922, to January 31, 1923. 

Adams Street, Dorchester, Playgroimd: 

Labor 

Fence, P. J. Dinn & Company 
Architect, Arthur A. Shurtleff 

Advertising 

Typewriting 

Allston Playground, Improvements: 

Labor 

Flagpole, J. C. Coleman & Sons Company . 
Flagpole, M. J. Connelly . . . \ 

Iron frames, Gibby Fomidry Company 
Architect, Arthur A. Shurtleff . " . 

Animals, Birds, etc.: 

Birds, Joseph S. EUis 

Fish New York Aquarium .... 
Birds, William J. Mackensen .... 

Traveling expenses 

Transportation, American Express Com- 
pany 

Arnold Arboretum, Improvements: 

Resurfacing roads, contractor, Mt. Pleasant 

Contracting Company 

Wire fences, contractor. Gates & Wadleigh 
Wall, J. C. Coleman & Sons Company 
Cement, Whittemore Company 
Oil asphalt, Mace Moulton, Jr., Inc., 
Sand, Boston Sand & Gravel Company 

Advertising 

Typewriting 

Baldwin Place, Playground: 

Land, Congregational Beth Israel . 

Land, Mary Murphy . . . . 

Professional services, John Beck . 

Boston Common and Public Garden, Improve- 
ments: 
Concrete walks, contractor. Carmine Anto- 

nellis $4,783 37 

Bronze base, flagpole, contractor, T. F. 

McGann & Sons Company .... 2,714 00 
Completion of payments: 
Concrete walks, contractor, Bond Brothers, 1,906 04 
Architect, Arthur A. Shurtleff . . . 1,392 98 
Rebuilding Public Garden bridge, con- 
tractor, A. Grande 1,113 90 

Relocating and repairs, water system, J. C. 

Colem.-^in & Sons Company . . . . 927 37 

Trees, William H. Moon Company . 725 00 

Electric switchboard, Joseph E. Greene, Inc., 672 10 

Gravel, James P. Holland Company . . 629 40 

Carried forward 114,864 16 



$4,676 00 






617 75 






26 35 






13 05 






11 50 








$5,344 65 




$528 00 






382 20 






380 00 






52 92 






27 55 








1,370 


67 




$778 00 






500 00 






235 00 






235 00 






218 47 


1,966 


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$4,354 53 






3,894 40 






582 12 






193 75 






56 20 






26 00 






23 40 






12 25 








9,142 


65 


$56,600 00 


6,000 00 






250 00 








62,850 


00 



),674 44 



Park Department. 41 

Brought forward $14,864 16 $80,674 44 

Granite sub-base, flagpole, Cambridge Ce- 
ment Stone Company 

Repairs, R. A. Bossi Company 
Stone dust, J. C. Coleman & Sons Company, 
Lumber, Curtis & Pope Company 
Underground electric service, contractor, 

James Sugden Company .... 
Relocating fountain. Bond Brothers 
Labeling trees, R. J. Fisher .... 
Architect, William D. Austin .... 
Loam and trucking, M. McGinnis Company, 

Traveling expenses 

Locating water pipe, Andrews Construction 

Company 

Painting flagpole. New England Flagpole 

and Rigging Company .... 

Iron frames, Gibby Foundry Company 
Electric work, Charles E. Gallagher 

Advertising 

Services and mixing paint, Pennell, Gibbs 

and Quiring Company 

Typewriting 

Oak bench, R. J. Connolty .... 
Iron gratings. Mechanics Iron Foundr}^ 

Company 

Miscellaneous charges 

Carolina Avenue Playground: 
Payments on account: 

Concrete bleachers, contractor, Samuel J. 

Tomasello $3,394 98 

Light, Edison Electric Illuminating Com- 
pany 

Iron frames, Gibby Foundry Company 

Advertising . 

Typewriting 



481 


00 


452 


33 


415 


60 


399 


16 


351 


30 


317 


17 


300 00 


230 


66 


216 


99 


145 


00 


116 


60 


106 


00 


79 


35 


75 00 


67 


50 


48 


68 


28 25 


21 


96 


21 


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16 77 




— 18.754 48 



Charlesbank Gymnasium, Athletic Field Im- 

provements: 
Reconstructing athletic field, contractor, 

A. G. Tomasello & Son .... 
Building lockers, R. A. Bossi & Co 
Painting locker building, William P. Dolan, 
Gutters, John F. Shea & Co . 
Gates and pipe, Public Works Department, 
Photographs, prints, Frank B. Conlin . 

Typewriting 

Miscellaneous charges 

Advertising 

Christopher Gibson Playground, Improvements: 
Concrete bleachers, contractor, J. C. Cole- 
man & Sons Company .... 
Damages sustained on contract, J. C. Cole- 
man & Sons Company . . . . 1,941 65 
Payments on account: 
Wire fence, contractor, Gates & Wadleigh, 790 .50 
Concrete platform, J. C. Coleman & Sons 

Company 790 37 

Architect, Arthur A. Shurtleff ... . 770 49 



40 


00 


31 


29 


28 45 


21 


50 


$8,487 26 


886 00 


290 


00 


185 


00 


85 


11 


75 00 


28 


88 


12 


85 


12 


15 


$28,987 


65 



3,516 22 



10,062 25 



Carried forward . _. .. . . ' . $33,280 66 $113,007 39 



42 



City Document No. 19. 



Brought forward ... 

Labor 

Typewriting 

Teaming 

Pl\otogi-aphs, Frank B. Conlin 

Blueprints 

Advertising 



Christopher J. Lee Playground: 

Grading, loaming and concrete work, con- 
tractor, J. C. Coleman & Sons Company, 
Payments on account: 

Sanitary and locker building, contractor 
O'Connell & Shaw. 

Architect Arthur A. Shurtleflf 

Typewriting . . 

Grading, M. McGinn & Co. . 

Advertising 

Test boring, B. F. Smith & Co. 

Miscellaneous charges 

Photographs, Frank B. Conlin 

Columbus Park, Improvements: 

Payments on account: 
Improvements, contractor, J. C. Coleman 

& Sons Company 

Architect, Harrison H. Atwood 

Labor 

Payments on account: 
Bathhouse, contractor, Alco Construction 

Company 

Architect, Arthur A. Shurtleff ... 
Iron frames, etc., Gibby Foundry Company, 
Material and service, Public Works Depart- 
ment 

Specifications, Printing Department 
Tar, Independent Coal Tar Company 
Seeds, I. L. Radwaner Seed Company 
Repairs, R. A. Bossi Company 
■ Test borings, B. F. Smith & Co. . 
Limestone, J. P. O'Connell & Co. . 
Locker and office building, John J. Flynn 
Teaming, M. McGimiis & Co. 
Sand, D. M. Biggs & Co. . . 
Typewriting, Mary L. Laughlin . 
Manhole steps. Builders Iron and 

Company 

Photographs, Frank B. Conlin 
Blueprints, B. L. Makepeace . 
Blueprints, Associated Architects P. 

Company 

Work on water gates. Crane Company 
Lumber, Curtis & Pope Company 
Advertising 



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Eagle Hill Playground: 

Architect, Arthur A. ShurtlefY 

Fens, Improvements: 

Bitulithic pavement, contractor, Warren 
Brothers Company 



$33,280 66 
384 00 


$113,007 39 


84 50 




51 92 




44 00 




30 12 




19 35 






33,894 55 


• 


$23,696 87 




1,702 68 
270 00 




143 50 




74 25 




66 60 




63 05 




29 76 




24 00 






26,070 71 




$164,213 62 
7,866 20 




7,565 65 




7,310 00 
1,994 57 
1,125 95 




1,078 71 
914 05 




891 85 




757 00 




678 15 




592 41 




406 00 




390 00 




214 17 




203 71 




198 00 




118 50 




94 00 




93 16 




83 66 




78 96 




66 50 




47 70 






196,982 52 



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),418 70 



Carried forward 



),418 70 $369,964 1- 



Park Department. 



43 



y Brought forward $50,418 70 

'Repairing Charlesgate West Bridge, con- 
tractor, C. & R. Construction Company . 

Crushed stone, furnishing and spreading 
loam, J. C. Coleman & Sons Company 

Plants, etc., R. & J. Farquhar Company 

Architect, Arthur A. Shurtleff 

Lumber, Curtis & Pope Company 

Miscellaneous charges 

Stone, N. E. Crushed Stone Company 

Advertising 



)0,418 70 


,1369,964 17 


7,760 11 




2,606 66 




2,581 25 




752 11. 




476 93 




37 45 




35 71 




31 70 






64.700 62 



Fens, Plans: 

Architect, Arthur A. Shurtleff 



Franklin Park, Building Improvemetits: 
Water supply and grading, golf links, con- 
tractor, Samuel J. Tomasello . ... 

Completion of payments: 
Constructing roads, etc., contractor, Martino 

DeMatteo 

Concrete storage shed, contractor C. C. 

Temple Company 

Loam and spreading same, J. C. Coleman 

& Sons Company 

Labor 

Cement tank. Elephant House, contractor, 

J. C. Coleman & Sons Company 
Teaming, manure, cinder roadway, etc., M. 

McGinnis & Co 

Brick storage shed, contractor, Frank J. 

Gallagher Company 

Completion of payments: 
Masonry work, etc., on outside of Lion 
House, contractor, Carmine Antonellis 

Payments on account: 

Refreshment booth, contractor, Frank J. 
Gallagher Company 

Plants, etc., R. & J. Farquhar Company . 

Excavating and removing pipe, Samuel J. 
Tomasello 

Heater, Trask Heating Company . 

Drain wall, J. C. Coleman & Sons Company, 

Lumber, Curtis & Pope Company 

Lockers, Hart & Hutchinson Company 

Architect, Arthur A. Shurtleff 

Removing walls, J. C. Coleman & Sons 
Company 

Work at locker building, R. A. Bossi Com- 
.pany 

Linoleum, John H. Pray & Sons Company, 

Work at Hipp Tank, Warren Brothers 
Company 

Traveling expenses 

Relocating lamp pole, Edison Electric Il- 
luminating Company 

Waste baskets, John J. Flynn 

Paint, Samuel Cabot, Inc 

Carried forward 



$11,206 35 


8,821 33 


8,454 47 


6,384 82 
, 5,646 00 


4,530 93 


2,398 33 


2,348 00 



2,089 50 



979 16 



1,778 20 


994 


89 


875 00 


735 


00 


682 08 


645 


30 


630 


00 


599 


12 


529 


20 


287 


00 


253 


75 


180 


00 


175 00 


156 


50 


150 


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148 50 



,699 27 $435,643 95 



44 



City Document No. 19. 



Brought forward $60,699 27 

Iron frames, Gibby Foundry Company . 131 49 

Miscellaneous charges 98 00- 

Crushed stone. New England Crushed Stone 

Company 67 91 

Sand, John Kelly Company . . . , 67 50 

Typewriting 65 75 

Service pipe, Public Works Department . 39 91 

Advertising 37 80 

Franklin Park, Greenhouses, etc: 
Completion of payments: 
Construction of range of greenhouses, con- 
tractor, Hitching & Co $7,336 50 

Construction, foundation of greenhouses, 
contractor, Pignat, Vincenzi Mosaic Com- 
pany, Inc 4,983 00 

Excavation, J. C. Coleman & Sons Company, 471 18 

Ai-chitect, Haven & Hoyt .... 252 39 

Advertising 19 50 

Franklin Park, Reconstructing Roads, etc.: 

Labor $6,216 00 

Teaming 1,090 32 

Gymnasium, South Boston: 
Architects, Newhall & Blevins 

Jamaicaway Improvements: 

Typewriting $23 50 

Advertising 5 40 

Marine Park, Head House: 

Spreading sand, D. M. Biggs & Co. 
Lockers, John J. Flynn .... 
Architect, Haven & Hoyt 
Pipe and fittings, Crane Company . 

Typewriting 

Advertising 

North End Park Improtements: 

Sand, Edward J. McHugh & Son . 
Architect, Arthur A. Shurtleff 

Orchard Park Improvements: 
Labor 

Park and Playground, Allsion: 

Field house, contractor, Joseph Rugo . 
Architect, William B. Colleary 

Playground, district bounded by Castle, Wash- 
ington, Dover snd Tremont streets: 
Land: 

Helen V. Donoghue . . $19,429 78 
Margaret T. Farrell . . 15,500 00 
Margaret S. Darling . . 8,800 00 

P. Badzinsky & N. Halatyn, 5,450 00 

Nathan Chapman . 5,350 00 

Frank W. Carnes . . . 5,175 00 

Simon Glickman . . . 5,150 00 



$435,643 95 



J,914 10 

876 15 

603 60 

143 30 

10 50 

8 60 



$825 79 
190 89 



!1,375 00 
367 80 



61,207 63 



13,062 57 

7,306 32^ 
8,500 00 

28 90 



4,556 25 

1,016 68 
1,486 55 

21,742 SO 



Carried forward 



1,854 78 



$554,551 65 



Park Department. 45 

Brought forward . . . $64,854 78 -1554,551 65 

Anna K. Deihl . . 4,350 00 

Jibrana Mackba . . . 3,650 00 

$72,854 78 



Photographs, Frank B, Conhn ... 44 00 

Advertising 10 80 

Typewriting 5 00 

Playground Purposes: 

Cottage street, East Boston: 

Wire fences, W. A. Snow Iron Works Com- 
pany $857 96 

Architect, Arthur A. Shurtleff . . . 103 50 

Advertising 13 50 

Typewriting . 11 50 

Smith's Pond: 

Grading, J. C. Coleman & Sons Company, $591 00 

Tool 1 75 



Wood Island Park, Improvements: 
Lathing and plastering, George A. Craffey, $525 00 

Spreading loam, D. M. Biggs & Co. . . 456 00 



Zoological Gardens, Improvements: 

New roof on Round House, contractor, 

Henry J. Walper $1,760 00 

Crushed stone, J. C. Coleman & Sons Com- 
pany 569 59 

Drain, Martino DeMatteo .... 381 80 
Concrete floor, J. C. Coleman & Sons Com- 
pany 380 24 

Service pipe. Public Works Department . 350 06 



72,914 58 



986 46 



592 75 



Tenean Beach: 
Spreading loam, D. M. Biggs & Co. . . . . . 390 00 

Portsmouth Street Playground, Locker Building and Shower 
Baths: 
Macadam walks, J. C. Coleman & Sons Company 818 50 

Property, East Cottage, Pleasant and Pond Streets: 
Land, Frederick C. Allen 5,859 00 

Public Parks: 

Land, Orchard park, Adelaide A. Quinn .... 3,500 00 

River way Improvements: 

Bitulithic pavement, contractor, Warren 

Brothers Company $22,770 06 

Azaleas, R. & J. Farquhar Company . 475 00 

Catch-basins, J. C. Coleman & Sons Company, 335 00 

23,580 06 

Savin Hill Playground and Beach: 
Labor 2,518 00 

Care of trees, Sheehan Brothers . . $6,709 32 

Care of trees, F. A. Bartlett Company . 1,270 34 

Care of trees, John E. O'Hearn . . . 288 00 

Teaming, M. McGinnis Company . . 240 13 



8,507 79 



981 00 



Carried fcru-ard $3,441 69 $675,199 79 



46 



City Document No. 19. 



Brought forward .... 
Lumber, Blacker Shepard Company 
Iron fence, P. J. Dinn & Co. . 
Crushed stone, New England Crushed Stone 

Company 

Plowing and grading, Martino DeMatteo 
Smoke stack, Elephant House, Trask Heat 

ing Company .... 

Lumber, Downes Lumber Company 
Pipe, cement, etc., Starrett, Fields Company 
Cement, hay, etc., Whittemore Company 
Frames and covers, Gibby Foundry Com 

pany . , 

Drain traps, etc., F. W. Webb Manufactur 

ing Company .... 

Lumber, Cronin Lumber Company 
Cinders, M. McGinnis Company . 
Miscellaneous charges . 
Stain, Samuel Cabot, Inc. 
Pipefitting, Crane Company . 
Architect, Arthur A. Shurtleff 
Hardware, Richards, Wilcox Manufactiiring 

Company 

Glass, Pittsbiu-gh Plate Glass Company 
Cement, Portland Stone Ware Company 
Brick, New England Brick Company 
Stove, Waverly Heating Supply Company . 
Paving, Hippo House, J. C. Coleman & Sons 

Company 

Nails, Chandler, Farquhar Company 
Lumber, Ciu-tis & Pope Company 

Advertising 

Pipe, A. M. Byers Company . 



$3,441 


69 


315 


66 


308 88 


250 00 


239 


09 


178 00 


157 09 


154 


15 


131 


09 


125 


75 


123 24 


102 


52 


88 


68 


78 53 


74 25 


62 


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60 96 


55 


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46 


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42 


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34 01 


33 25 


32 50 


12 


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1675,199 79 



Total 



6,262 74 
$681,462 53 



Public Park and Playground Debt. 

Liabilities. 
Total loans outstanding, January 31, 1923 . 



Resources. 



Sinking fimd, January 31, 1923 
Net debt, January 31, 1923 



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. 6,764,407 20 



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CASH RECEIPTS OF THE PARK DEPARTMENT, FROM 
FEBRUARY 1, 1922, TO JANUARY 31, 1923. 

Park Division. 

For labor, suppression of gvpsy and brown-tail 

moths $14,843 26 

From sale of buildings on Cherry street. South 

End &,l7o 00 

From rentals of South End and South Boston 

Playground properties 2,365 28 

From permits, for openings, occupations, etc., 1,923 50 

For use of towels and soap 1,881 26 

From weighing machines, convenience stations, 408 96 

From use of lockers at Franldin Park ' . . 308 00 

From use of bandstands 265 00 

From the Boston Common Tree Fund, income, 200 0(» 
Refund on payment made twice to estate of 

Mary Regan for rental 250 00 

For use of steam roller . . . . . 160 00 
From commission on tissue towel machine at 

convenience stations 4 04 

Penalty on delivery of coal 64 35 

From plant decoration at Mechanics Building 

for School Department 61 00 

For locker concession at Franklin Field . . 35 00 

From permit. Wood Island 5 00 

From sale of junk 35 

From commission on telephone .... 15 
Refund on traveling expenses — purchase of 

fish 39 

Rents . 15,890 93 



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Bath Division. 

For use of bathing suits, towels, soap, etc. $27,210 67 

From weighing machines 156 16 

From commission on telephones ... 64 06 

From sale of wooden towel racks ... 8 25 

Rents 1,013 34 



Above receipts were credited as follows: 

General revenue, city income .... $64,543 67 

Sinldng Fund 11,540 28 

Appropriation 200 00 



28,452 48 
$76,283 95 



$76,283 95 



Classification of the Cash Receipts of the Bath Division of the Pari< Department 
from February 1, 1922, to January 31, 1923. 



Cabot Street Bath 

Charlesbank Floating Bath (men) 

Charlesbank Floating Bath (women) 

Copley School Baths 

Curtis Hall Gymnasium 

Dover Street Bath 

Dewey Beach Bath (men) 

Dewey Beach Bath (women) 

Hyde Park Gymnasium 

East Boston Gymnasium 

Freeport Street Beach 

Head House (men) 

Head House (women) 

L Street Bath (men) 

L Street Bath (boys) 

L Street Bath (women) 

Meridian Street Floating Bath (men) ... 
Meridian Street Floating Bath (women) . 

North Bennet Street Gymnasium 

North End Park (men) 

North End Park (women) 

Roslindale Building 

Savin Hill Beach 

Tenean Beach 

Ward 4 Gymnasium 

Ward 5 Gymnasium 

Ward 6 Gymnasium 

Ward 10 Showers 

Ward 12 Gymnasium 

Ward 17 Gymnasium 

Warren Bridge Floating Bath (men) 

Warren Bridge Floating Bath (women) . 



World War Memorial Park — Wood Island 
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World War Memorial Park — Wood Island 
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From commission on telephones 

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35 65 

41 32 

639 58 

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259 41 

48 79 
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146 60 

77 80 

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344 66 

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229 80 

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493 72 

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217 35 
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58 



City Document No. 19. 



Expenditures Under the Maintenance Appropriation by Items of 
the Segregated Budget from February I, 1922, to January 31, 
1923. 



Group and Item. 


Total Net 
Appropriation. 


Total Expend- 
itures to Date. 


Balance 
Unexpended. 


A. Personal Service as per 
Schedule A: 






• 


1. 


Permanent employees 


$871,878 97 


$871,878 97 




2. 


Temporary employees 


20,553 38 


20,553 38 




3. 


IJnassiened 


3,541 05 


3,541 05 




B. Service other than Personal: 








1. 


Printing and binding 


579 40 


579 40 




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625 00 
279 75 


612 89 
279 75 


$12 11 


3. 


Advertising and posting 




4. 


Transportation of persons . . . 


2,250 00 


2,239 34 


10 66 


5. 


Cartage and freight 


250 00 


181 24 


68 76 


6. 


Hire of teams and auto trucks 


34,882 63 


34,882 63 




8. 


Light and power 


11,615 42 


11,615 42 




10. 


Rent, taxes and water 


4,610 16 


4,610 16 




12. 


Premium on surety bonds . . . 


18 00 


18 00 




13. 


Communication 


2,878 92 


2,878 92 




14. 


Motor vehicle repairs and 
care 


3,744 80 


3,744 80 




15. 


Motorless vehicle repairs .... 


100 00 


34 40 


65 60 


18 




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75 00 




21. 


Removal of snow 


4,050 48 


4,050 48 




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75 00 
200 50 


15 00 
200 50 


60 00 


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Expert and architect 


2,085 35 


2,085 35 




29. 


Stenographic, copying and 
indexing 


5 80 


5 80 




32 




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26 00 


524 00 
26 00 


76 00 


35. 


Fees, service of venires, etc.. 




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Boiler inspection 


100 00 


90 00 


10 00 


37. 


Photographic and blueprint- 
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82 00 


82 00 




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46,048 68 


51 32 


41. 


Horseshoeing and clipping . . . 


30 00 


13 50 


16 50 


42. 


Music, concerts, etc 


15,786 00 


15,786 00 






$1,027,023 61 


$1,026,652 66 


$370 95 









Paek Department. 



59 



Expenditures Under the Maintenance Appropriation by Items of 
the Segregated Budget from February 1, 1922, to January 31, 
1923. — Continued. 



Group and Item. 


Total Net 
Appropriation. 


Total Expend- 
itures to Date. 


Balance 
Unexpended. 


Brought forward 


$1,027,023 61 


.51,026,652,66 


$370 95 


C. Equipment: 








4. Motor vehicles 


12,092 69 


12,092 69 




5. Motorless vehicles 


2,850 00 


2,801 80 


48 20 


6. Stable 


641 36 


641 36 




7. Furniture and fittings 


5,712 57 


5,712 57 




8. Educational and recreational, 


1,000 00 


981 45 


18 55 


9. Office 


503 00 


434 40 


68 60 


10. Library 


75 00 


74 25 


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6,388 40 


6,388 40 






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7,175 00 


145 00 
7,160 78 






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763 81 


36 19 


D. Supplies: 








1. Office 


4,333 99 


4,333 99 




2. Food and ice 


489 24 


489 24 




3. Fuel 


45,225 05 


45,225 05 




4. Forage and animal 


18,284 39 


18,284 39 




5. Medical, surgical, laboratory. 


50 00 


28 00 


22 00 


7. Veterinary 


100 00 


67 51 


32 49 


8. Laundry, cleaning, toilet 


4,523 75 


4,423 75 


100 00 


9. Educational and recreational. 


699 55 


699 55 




10. Agricultural 


6,381 22 


6,381 22 




11. Motor vehicle 


6,103 51 


6,103 51 




13. Chemicals and disinfectants. 


500 00 


443 68 


56 32 


16. General plant 


2,496 40 


2,496 40 




E. Materials: 










11,314 48 


11,314 48 
706 49 




9. Machinery .... 


800 00 


93 51 


10. Electrical 


646 55 
21,140 49 


646 55 
21,140 49 


12. Parks and recreational 




13. General plant 


5,247 47 


5,247 47 










$1,192,742 72 


$1,191,880 94 


$861 78 





60 



City Document No. 19. 



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

1923.— Concluded. 



Group and Item. 


Total Net 
Appropriation. 


Total Expend- 
itures to Date. 


Balance 
Unexpended. 




$1,192,742 72 

11,000 00 
3,600 00 

54,742 55 
1,138 70 


$1,191,880 94 

10,768 96 
3,^44 06 

54,734 46 
1,138 70 


$861 7S 


F. Special Items: 

7, Pensions and annuities 

11. Workingmen's compensation, 

12. Contracts for construction 

where money is derived 
from taxes as per Schedule 
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G. Incidental Expenditures to 

Cover Contingencies other 
than Personal Service: 

6. Christmas tree celebration, 


231 04 
55 94 

8 09 


Total ', 


$1,263,223 97 


$1,262,067 12 


$1,156 85 



Report of Attendance at Playgrounds Season of 1922-23. 



Name of Playground. 



New Name. 



Attendance. 



Ashmont 

Billings Field 

CharlesbankjMen's 

Charlesbank, Women's. . 
Charlestown Heights . . . 

CharlestowTi 

Columbus Avenue .■ 

Columbus Park 

Cottage Street 

Emmons (Frederick D.). 

Fallon Field 

Franklin Field 

Forest Hills 

Fellows Street 

Gibson and Doherty . . . . 

Christopher J. Lee 

Marcella Street 

Mozart Street 

John W. Murphy 

Mission Hill 

Mystic 

Neponset 

Norfolk Street 

Portsmouth Street 

Randolph Street 

Rogers Park 

Ronan Park 

William F. Smith 

Matthew J. Sweeney. . . . 

William Eustis 

Wood Island Park 

W^est Third Street 

John Winthrop 



James L. Cronin 



WiUiam E. Carter 
William Amerena. 



James J. Healy 

J. J. and J. M. Sullivan . 



J. J. Connolly. 
J. J. Holland.. 



William J. Barry. . 
William H. Garvey 
►George H. Walker. 



Lester H. Roche. 



World War Memorial Park . 



Totals. 



208,161 

95,031 

302,900 

68,440 

60,756 

354,560 

451,406 

852,833 

65,587 

27,745 

114,932 

275,667 

161,214 

178,396 

90,571 

345,555 

256,747 

138,870 

217,123 

118,869 

54,655 

216,260 

100,220 

108,720 

134,678 

138,735 

598,090 

240,628 

49,875 

303,681 

1,063,340 

35,420 

152,795 

7,582,460 



Park Department. 



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Beaches, Swimming Pools and Floating Baths Attendance, 1922-23. 



Men. 



Boys. 



Pool. Women. 



Girls. 



Total. 



Cabot Street Pool 

Charlesbank Floating Bath 

Curtis Hall Pool 

Dewey Beach Bath 

Freeport Street Beach 

Head House Beach 

L Street Beach 

Meridian Street Bridge Floating Bath 

North End Park Beach 

Savin Hill Beach 

Tenean Beach 

Warren Bridge Floating Bath 

World War Memorial Park 



14,305 



13,183 

8,715 

17,573 

309,014 

194 

5,035 
16,420 

9,512 
10,090 

6,025 



53,060 



53,215 
17,160 
16,115 
79,370 
12,215 
50,176 
27,790 
16,445 
23,356 
29,050 



15,046 
31,321 



1,275 



22,900 
8,345 

27,570 

37,570 

366 

3,725 

12,115 
6,553 
9,045 

11,882 



37,375 



58,965 
16,785 
13,285 
65,695 
9,285 
31,199 
18,055 
10,805 
20,225 
27,690 



15,046 

106,015 

31,321 

148,263 

51,005 

74,543 

491,649 

22,060 

90,135 

74,380 

43,315 

62,716 

74,647 



Totals. 



410,066 



377,952 



46,367 



141,346 



309,364 



1,285,095 



Shower Baths Attendance, 1922-23. 



Men. 



Boys. Women. 



Girls. 



Total. 



Cabot Street Bath 

Curtis Hall Bath 

Copley School Bath 

East Boston Gymnasium . 

Dover Street Bath 

L Street Bath 

North Bennet Street Bath 

Roslindale Building 

Hyde Park Building 

Ward 4 Gymnasium 

Ward 5 Gymnasium 

Ward 6 Gymnasium 

Ward 10 Showers 

Vine Street Building 

Columbia Road Building. 

Totals 



113,198 

42,065 

11,497 

86,422 

133,127 

309,014 

141,011 

15,137 

6,110 

40,890 

65,108 

21,009 

101,015 

43,745 

49,240 



30,000 
18,235 

5,831 
23,870 

6,962 
79,370 
30,016 
11,464 
11,186 
36,693 
13,148 

5,586 
26,315 
16,755 
36,420 



31,255 
13,615 

8,331 
17,212 
17,697 
37,570 
42,942 

1,847 

843 

12,722 

9,022 

3,490 
44,905 
11,735 

4,230 



20,330 

8,340 

5,553 

17,461 

12,574 

65,695 

26,508 

2,481 

4,505 

23,242 

7,502 

2,502 

16,865 

15,845 

5,550 



194,783 

82,255 

31,212 

144,965 

170,360 

491,649 

240,477 

30,929 

22,644 

113,547 

94,780 

32,587 

189,100 

88,080 

95,440 



1,178,588 



351,851 



257,416 



234,953 



2,022,808 



62 



City Document No. 19. 



Gymnasia, Class and Individual Attendance, 1922-23. 





Indi- 
viduals. 


Men. 


School 
Boys. 


Working 
Boys. 


Women. 


Girls. 


Mothers. 


Total. 




4,980 

' 855 

9,732 

2,466 

6,920 

973 

227 

1,977 

529 

646 

5,400 


2,416 
3,027 
3,308 
1,016 
4,155 
3,159 
1,339 
2,104 
1,267 
3,199 
6,215 


4,717 
4,072 
5,848 
1,582 
8,135 
9,219 
2,140 
4,900 
2,796 
9,001 
6,680 


2,445 

3,009 

1,204 

596 

1,895 

3,363 

1,356 

892 

858 

3,136 

6,255 


2,789 

1,618 

1,924 

506 

1,918 

1,481 

947 

759 

575 

1,195 

5,407 


3,726 
2,641 
2, .523 
2,433 
6,360 
6,640 
4,505 
2,711 
2,257 
5,305 
7,235 




21,073 


Curtis Hall Gymnasium 


401 


15,623 
24,539 


Hj'de Park Gymnasium 




8,599 




29,383 


Roslindale Gymnasium 




24,835 


1,173 
397 


11,687 


Ward 5 Gymnasium 

Ward 6 Gymnasium 

Ward 12 Gymnasium 

Ward 17 Gymnasium 


13,740 

8,282 


210 
1,910 


22,692 
39,102 


Totals 


34,705 


31,205 


69,090 


25,009 


19,119 


46,336 


4,091 


219,555 







Skating Season, 1922-23. 

Allston Playgi'ound 

Barry Playground 

Billings Field Playground . 

Carter Playground 

Charlesbank Park Playground 

Charlestown Playground 

Columbus Park Playground 

Cottage Street Playground 

Cronin Playground 

John A. Doherty Playground 

Eagle Hill Playground . 

Emmons Playground . 

William Eustis Playground 

Fallon Field Playground 

Franklin Field Playground 

Jamaica Pond (27 days) 

Jamaica Pond (January 6, Carnival) 

John W. Murphy Playground 

Public Garden 

Roche Playground 

Rogers Park Playground 

Ronan Park Playground 

Smith's Pond Playground 

William F. Smith Playground 

World War Memorial Park Playground 

Winthrop Playground .... 



9,000 

6,200 

11,200 

15,350 

9,600 

14,600 

57,000 

18,750 

16,750 

13,500 

1,100 

5,200 

1,700 

6,500 

132,000 

70,000 

50,000 

11,000 

16,800 

6,700 

600 

300 

47,000 

7,500 

47,000 

200 



Park Department. 



63 



Record of Attendance and Number of Days Coasting at Franklin 
Park Toboggan Slide. 



Date. 


Condition of 
Slide. 


Attendance 


December 23, 1922 ' 


Fair 


200 


December 29, 1922 


Fair 


800 


December 30, 1922 


Good 

Fair 

Poor 

Good 

Good 

Good 

Good 

Good 

Good 

Good 

Good 


10,000 

9,000 

500 


December 31, 1922 


January 6, 1923 . 


January 7, 1923 


3,000 
5 000 


January 10, 1923 


January 11, 1923 


10,000 

6,000 

12,000 

12,000 


January 12, 1923 


January 13, 1923 


January 14, 1923 


January' 15, 1923 


5 000 


January 16, 1923 


7 000 


January 17, 1923 


Good 


SOOO 


Januaiy 1 8, 1923 


Good 

Fair . .... 


6 000 


January 19. 1923 


7,000 
3.000 


January 20 1923 


Fair 


January 23, 1923 


Fair 

Good 

Good 

Good 

Good 

Good 

Good 

Good 


800 


January 25, 1923 


600 


January 26, 1 923 


7,000 


January 27, 1923 


5,000 
8,000 
3,000 
5.000 


January 28, 1923 


January 29, 1923 


January 30, 1923 


January 31, 1923 


4,000 





C4 City Document No. 19. 



PARK DEPARTMENT — CEMETERY DIVISION. 



The following annual report is presented of the 
Cemetery Division from February 1, 1922, to January 
31, 1923. 



DEPARTMENT CEMETERIES. 



The burying grounds, cemeteries and tom.bs 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. 
Rainsford Island 43,560 

Charlestown. 

Ward 3. 

Bunker Hill 48,202 

Phipps Street 76,740 

City Proper. 

Ward 5. 

Copp's Hill, UuW 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. 
Halves, Emerson street 11,232 



Park Department. 65 

dokchester. 

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. 
Mt. Hope, Walk Hill street, 117 acres and 36,536 square 
feet. Opposite Mt. 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. 
Fairview Cemetery, Fair view 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 Mt. Hope 
Cemetery and one receiving tomb in Fairview Cemetery, 
Hyde Park. 



66 



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 Fimd 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 
Trust Fund principal, 1922-23 
Interest on same, 1922-23 



Special Appropriation Mt. Hope Cemetery World War 
Veterans' Burial Lot: 
Appropriation, October 26, 1920 . . . . 
Expenditures in 1920 and 1921 . . . $19,959 43 
Pay rolls, 1922 40 57 

Special Appropriation Mt. Hope Cemetery Memorial 
Boulder and Tablet, World War Veterans' Lot: 

Appropriation, October 13, 1921 

Expenditures, 1922: 

Isaac Blair & Co., Inc., resetting boulder, $682 30 

J. C. Coleman & Sons Company, loam 

furnished 2,006 14 

Frederick W. Allen, memorial tablet . 1,800 00 
Emerson & Norris Company, boulder re- 
pairs 93 36 



S30,773 21 

60 GO 

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 

49,555 99 

16,911 74 



3,790 78 

$20,000 00 
g20,000 00 

$5,000 00 



Balance unexpended 



4,581 80 
$418 20 













Expenditures 


for Fiscal Year February 1, 1922, to Ja 


nuary 31, 


1923. 


















Park De- 
partment. 


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$1,815 25 
3,350 61 
2,593 67 
8,392 82 

71,341 64 
7,828 13 
1.863 71 
1,018 17 




11.160 51 2,200 00 
1.500 00 




















1 










SI ,093 67 
2,000 00 

41,566 99 
4,524 13 
1,438 71 
















1 
















$1,666 66 

4,091 37 

1,012 00 

220 00 


$1,600 00 

4,034 32 

764 00 

176 00 


$936 00 

1,417 24 

696 00 


$484 00 
1,610 62 




$1,140 00 


$452 82 
799 00 
160 00 










$180 00 
124 50 








12.341 00 




$1,162 00 
672 00 


$774 00 I $1,254 00 


$1,142 00 


$414 00 


$382 50 


$04 00 


$254 00 


Laborers, temporary 






1.5 on 




4 00 


















PfiOBi^s' " 


1.018 17 


























4,232 66 
536 00 
200 00 
22 00 
309 44 




476 28 


























New fences and repairs 




850 00 

40 75 

2 00 

130 00 






40-75 


625 00 




196 00 
445 00 




25 76 












2,281 60 




470 00 
2 00 


50 20 
140 00 
62 60 


9 55 
37 00 




















12 00 






2 00 


226 00 




50 66 


161 00 


































92 00 














Frames tool reoaira 




37 02 

1.300 33 

478 00 

162 27 

74 94 
691 00 
144 16 

121 10 
76 66 
68 00 
40 71 
29 02 
33 06 

381 41 
68 96 

200 00 
49 60 

18 00 
194 20 

19 50 
52 26 
13 39 
16 76 

178 02 
160 00 
112 60 
36 00 

122 90 
go 00 
45 00 

20 50 
5 61 

70 63 
42 00 
18 50 
60 00 
32 02 


2 06 
273 35 


2 47 
480 00 












76 










































2,063 68 
































































Auto rcMirs supplies 




































i 


194 23 


176 81 


58 61 
2 26 




46 07 


31 00 




25 97 














1,223 69 


























' . 1 





































4 00 


13 80 
6 26 






























































Axes hammers mattocks 






































10 00 














35 























































283 PI 


63 91 
19 70 
130 00 
12 37 
8 21 
29 50 


62 56 


































9 86 






14 96 






















Markers 




130 00 

12 .37 

























































74 24 








4 60 






























37 72 
65 00 


























261 42 






































2 60 




























54 76 






2 14 


9 16 


























































16 76 






68 73 


38 84 


22 40 
























































150 00 




































112 SO 




































30 00 






63 21 


9 00 




























195 11 










6 00 










5 00 












100 00 
































45 00 






13 DO 






























33 50 


































6 61 





































70 53 




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42 00 






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18 50 






























50 00 






10 08 


20 
































7 63 










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96 26 






21 97 
























21 97 


Postage 


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6 00 








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100 00 
































20 00 


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20 23 




9 80 
9 00 
2 40 
































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10 60 


72 00 
10 


36 00 
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239 50 






9 90 




20 
























23 00 






















Carriage repairs . 






69 00 








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$61,269 70 


$9,037 44 


$8,700 15 


$3,431 51 


$2,061 07 


$1,886 38 


$1,838 22 


$1,604 82 


$1,416 10 




$639 00 






$255 00 


$264 


$116,013 66 



















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67 



Department Expenditures, 1922-23, as per Budget Sheet, January 31, 1923. 



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E. 



Group and Item. 



Personal Service as 
Per Schedule A. 

Permanent employees . . 

Temporary employees. . 

Unassigned 

Service Other than 
Personal. 

Postage 

Transportation of per- 
sons. 

Cartage and freight .... 

Hire of teams and auto 
trucks. 

Heat 

Premium on surety 
bonds. 

Communication 

Motor vehicle repairs 
and care. 

Motorless vehicle re- 
pairs. 

Care of horses 

Cleaning 

Medical 

Veterinary 

Photographic and blue- 
printing. . 

General plant 

Horseshoeing and clip- 
ping. 
Equipment 

Motor vehicles 

Motorless vehicles 

Stable 

Furniture and fittings. . . 

Office 

Tools and instruments . . 

Wearing apparel 

General plant 

Supplies 

Office 

Food and ice 

Fuel 

Forage and animal 

Veterinary . 

Laundry, cleaning, 
toilet. 

Agricultural 

Motor vehicle 

Chemicals and disin- 
fectants. 

General plant 

Materials 

Building 

Highway 

General plant 

Special Items 

Pensions and annuities. . 



Original 
Appropria- 



$102,527 78 



93,127 
8,000 
1,400 

14,618 

100 
50 

10 
100 

180 
23 



250 
400 



200 00 



480 

230 

10 

15 



12,500 
70 

2,720 

600 

605 

150 

50 

85 

450 

30 

750 

4,440 

675 

50 

1,300 

1,400 

10 

25 

400 

475 

25 

80 

625 

25 

200 

400 

1,065 

1,065 



Transfers 
to. 



Transfers 
from. 



Totals $125,995 7: 



$646 87 



646 87 
2,400 75 



35 50 



75 00 



1,210 50 
500 00 



10 50 

'266' 66 



500 00 
425 00 
150 00 



75 00 



$5,091 87 



4,920 00 
171 87 



$4,683 12 



2,989 35 



200 00 
100 00 



25 00 


15 50 






20 00 




2,245 25 


2,673 00 



860 50 
200 00 
455 00 



10 50 



200 00 
290 25 



90 25 
200 00 



200 00 



200 00 



Total Net 
Appropria- 
tion. 



$9,436 97 



598,082 78 

88,207 78 
7,828 13 
2,046 87 

14,029 40 

100 00 
50 00 

10 00 
100 00 

215 50 
23 00 

325 00 
200 00 

100 00 

840 00 

239 50 

10 00 

15 00 

20 00 

12,071 40 
70 00 

3,065 00 

900 00 

150 00 

150 00 

60 50 

74 50 

650 00 

30 00 

1,050 00 

4,574 75 

825 00 

50 00 

1,300 00 

1,600 00 

10 00 

25 00 

309 75 

275 00 

25 00 

155 00 

425 00 

25 00 



400 00 
1,065 00 
1,065 00 



Total 
Expendi- 
tures to 
Date. 



$97,175 63 

87.493 79 
7,828 13 
1,853 71 

11,037 32 

100 00 
23 30 



100 00 



195 11 
23 00 



297 99 
74 74 



69 00 



480 00 
239 50 



12 00 
20 00 

9,337 68 
65 00 



2,308 

628 

150 

148 

60 

70 

550 

21 

678 

4,084 

825 

50 

1,223 

1,573 



309 75 

20 

9 SO 

84 11 

389 12 

7 96 



381 16 
1,018 17 
1,018 17 



$121,241 93 $116,013 65 $5,228 28 



Balance 
Unex- 
pended. 



$907 15 
713 99 



193 16 
2,992 08 



26 70 



20 39 



27 01 
125 26 



31 00 



10 00 
3 00 



2,733 72 
5 00 



756 05 

271 72 



1 50 



3 97 

99 26 

8 03 

371 57 

490 29 



76 31 
26 32 

1 77 
25 00 



274 80 
15 20 

70 89 
35 88 
17 04 



18 84 
46 83 
46 83 



68 



City Document No. 19. 



Classification of the Expenditures in the Segregated Budget Items Under Schedule A. 
Personal Service from February I, 1922, to January 31, 1923. 



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Unexpended. 


A-1. Personal Service: 

Superintendent 


, 1 
1 
1 
1 

3 
3 

1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
8 
1 
1 
3 
3 

. 41 
1 


$2,500 yr. 
$2,200 yr. 
$1,500 yr. 
$1,100 yr. 
$1,600 yr. 
$1,140 yr. 
$2,000 yr. 
$1,200 yr. 

$33 wk. 

$29 wk. 

$5 day. 

$5 day. 

$5 day. 
$4.50 day. 

$4 day. 
$4.50 day. 
$4.50 day. 

$4 day. 

$4 day. 
$2.50 day. 


$2,068 45 
2,200 00 
1,500 00 
1,200 00 
4,800 00 
1,620 00 
2,000 00 
1,200 00 
1,721 50 
1,513 53 
1,565 00 
1,565 00 
1,565 00 

10,868 GO 
1,252 00 
1,408 50 
4,225 50 
2,556 00 

42,979 30 
400 00 


$1,815 25 
2,200 00 
1,500 00 
1,100 25 
4,800 00 
1,592 82 
2,000 00 
1,143 93 
1,721 50 
1,513 53 
1,552 50 
1,545 00 
1,565 00 

10,802 25 
1,220 00 
1,354 50 
4,225 50 
2,504 00 

42,937 76 
400 00 


$953 90 


Stenographer 




Clerk 




Clerk and stenographer 


99 75 


Custodians 




Custodians 


27 18 


Custodian 




Clerk and stenographer 


56 07 


Head gardener 




Stableman-chauffeur 




Tool sharpener 


12 50 


Engineer 


20 00 


Foreman 




Gardeners. 


65 75 


Gardener 


32 00 


Powderman 


54 00 


Treeman 




Stablemen 


52 00 


Laborers 


41 54 












Totals. 






$88,207 78 
7,828 13 
2,046 87 


$87,493 79 
7,828 13 
1,853 71 


$713 99 


A-2. Temporary employees 








A-3. Unassigned 






193 16 










Totals 






$98,082 78 


$97,175 63 


$907 15 











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108 00 

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68 00 

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119 00 

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68 00 

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$32,777 04 
9,651 50 


$11,726 35 
3,640 00 


$4,550 10 
2,501 00 


S205 75 
241 00 


$136 25 


Trust Fund 


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$42,428 54 


$15,366 35 


$7,051 10 


$446 75 


$181 25 






Total Trust Fund 


$200,119 07 

7,599 72 

479 65 


$31,630 00 
1,201 00 


$48,278 81 

1,857 04 

98 05 


$8,627 50 

290 76 

43 70 


$2,804 50 




108 88 


Bills due 1897-1923 





Paek Department. 



71 



February I, 1922, to January 31, 1923. 





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$15 00 


$15 00 


$15 00 


$15 00 


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1,495 00 
















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605 50 
















422 00 
















469 00 
















105 00 
















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$38 00 


$20 00 


$15 00 


$15 00 


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$38 00 


$20 00 


$15 00 


$15 00 


$15 00 


$15 00 


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175 00 


$2,500 00 
100 00 




$2,500 00 
100 00 


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$2,500 00 
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11,632 40 








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City Document No. 19. 



SUMMARY. 

A detailed statement of the work performed during 
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Copp's Hill 




















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1,803 


170 


848 


2,966 


1,071 


140 


150 


281 


222 


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Pension Tables. 



1911. 
1912. 
1913. 
1914. 
1915. 
1916. 
1917. 
1918. 
1919. 
1920. 
1921. 
1922. 



New. 



Deceased. 



Now on Roll. 



Paid. 



$140 63 
1,451 42 
2,365 98 
2,288 66 
2,551 09 
3,026 15 
2,750 68 
2,052 95 
1,901 32 
1,157 54 
1,064 28 
1,018 17 

$21,768 87 



City of Boston 
Printing Department