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PARK DEPARTMENT 



FORTY-NINTH ANNUAL REPORT 



BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS 



Year Ending January 31, 1924 




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[Document 19 — 1924.] 




ANNUAL REPORT 



PARK DEPARTMENT 



YEAR ENDING JANUARY 31, 1924. 



Boston, January 31, 1924. 

Hon. James M. Curley, 
Mayor of Boston: 
Dear Sir, — The Park Commission herewith submits 
its annual report for the year ending January 31, 1924. 
That of the Deputy Commissioner hereto attached, 
describes fully the details of our year. 

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: 

Dear Sirs, — I respectfully beg leave to submit a 
report of the work performed under the direction of 
your Board during the year 1923. This report is 
chiefly an enumeration of the principal items of work 
completed. 

Playgrounds. 

One of the outstanding features in our very excellent 
system of playgrounds has been the opening of bleachers 
at three of the playgrounds, most largely used by the 
twilight baseball league : 

Christopher Gibson Playground was opened early in 
the spring, the bleachers there can accommodate 3,000 
people. The improvements at this playground 
amounted to $50,000. 

The Christopher Lee Playground in South Boston, 
considered one of the best equipped playgrounds in the 
country, with bleachers to accommodate 4,000 people, 
was established. This playground was opened on June 
7, 1923. Although the erection of the locker building 
was somewhat delayed, it is now ready for use. The 
entire cost of improvements at this playground amounted 
to $100,000. 

At the John J. Connolly Playground in Roxbury, 
opened on September 15, 1923, the bleachers can accom- 
modate 3,500. The entire cost of improvements at this 
playground amounted to $44,000. 

The very large number of people frequenting these 
playgrounds during the season of the Twilight League 
and also of the Municipal Baseball League demonstrates 
the fact that the money appropriated for this purpose 
was well expended and is appreciated by a very large 
number of our citizens. 

At many other playgrounds, extensive improvements 
were made, namely, at Mary Hemenway Park and 
Playground in Dorchester, at Smith's Pond Playground, 
Hyde Park, where a new locker building was erected 
and extensive grading done at an expense of $25,000; 
Stanley J. Ringer Playground, Allston, the ball ground 
was graded and other improvements made at a cost of 



Park Department. 3 

$12,562; shelters for the children were erected with 
swings and other apparatus at Portsmouth Street and 
Stanley Ringer Playground. 

At the Fens, a beginning was made on the proposed 
athletic field for the use of the large number of students 
in the neighboring educational institutions,— bleachers 
have been erected to accommodate 2,100 people. 

The stretch of bleachers completed this year is so 
arranged that it can be added to when sufficient funds 
are available, and it has been demonstrated that an 
increased capacity is necessary, at a cost of $46,500. 

There is a great amount of uncompleted work on the 
various playgrounds: Orient Heights Playground, at 
East Boston, is partly filled with material taken from 
Eagle Hill; the work of grading at World War Memorial 
Park and the erection of bleachers, the drainage, etc., 
is partially completed. The work on the new building 
has just been started,— it was delayed on account of 
lack of funds. The entire amount to be expended 
at World War Memorial Park is $100,000. This will 
place this park in an excellent condition, wanting only 
the necessary funds for the erection of a new bath house. 

The improvements on the North End Park have been 
carefully studied by the architect and the landscape 
advisor and they are now ready to start the construction 
work. 

The William J. Barry Playground in Charlestown has 
been extended and a sufficient area for a major play- 
ground established. This work was done through an 
appropriation of $200,000 for the purchase of land, 
buildings, etc. The buildings have just been removed 
and arrangements will be made for the grading, leveling 
and laying out of the playground for athletic sports. 

The department, during the present summer, turned 
over, with the permission of the Legislature, to the 
School Department two plots of land, Eagle Hill Play- 
ground and William Amerena Playground, formerly 
Cottage Street Playground. The department expects 
to take over two plots of land in the neighborhood of 
each of the above playgrounds mentioned and will be 
obliged to receive sufficient sums of money to develop 
same. 

The bleachers contemplated during the present year 
at Eustis Street and William E. Carter Playgrounds 
should be erected during the coming year. It is desirable 
that this work should be started as early as possible in 
order to get ready for the baseball season. 



4 City Document No. 19. 

Permanent Road Resurfacing. 

The policy adopted in the year 1922 for the permanent 
resurfacing of boulevard roads was continued in 1923, 
and the following work was completed: 

On Commonwealth avenue, between Warren street 
and Sutherland road, 16,000 square yards of reinforced 
coDcrete were laid at a cost of $4.67 square yard, 
$74,784.48. 

This is looked upon by experts as the best piece of 
concrete pavement laid in this state. 

On Commonwealth avenue, between Chestnut Hill 
avenue and the Newton line, 16,000 square yards of 
bitulithic pavement were laid at a cost of $2.64 square 
yard, $42,253.12. 

In the Fens, 20,000 square yards of bitulithic pave- 
ment were laid at a cost of $2.14 square yard, $42,799.95. 

In the Parkway, from a point near Lochstead avenue 
to South street, Forest Hills, 21,000 square yards of 
bitulithic pavement were laid at a cost of $2.66 square 
yard, $108,908.21. 

This completes the permanent resurfacing on the main 
parkway with the exception of a small area in the Fens, 
another small area at Commonwealth avenue and the 
Parkway from Forest Hills to Franklin Park. 

Rose Garden. 

The establishing of a Rose Garden at Franklin Park 
is a notable one in the history of the Park Department. 
It has attracted a great deal of attention, not only in 
the city, but through the country, as constant inquiries 
are being made regarding it. It is an accomplishment 
that Boston may well be proud of. The construction 
work was completed so late in the year that it was 
impossible to plant the entire area, but the results 
proved very satisfactory, and a continuous bloom of 
roses appeared from early in June until the middle of 
October. 

In the neighborhood of the Rose Garden bordering 
on the Greeting, a large number of shade trees were 
planted, and this work will be continued further in the 
spring. 

Golf Links. 

The golf links laid down last year were opened for the 
first time this spring under a new arrangement, by which 
each player paid the nominal fee of $10 for the use of 



Park Department. 5 

the links. The privilege of using the links is necessarily- 
confined to citizens of Boston, as otherwise it would be 
impossible to accommodate the large number outside 
who desire to play. The fee for those who are not 
regular players has been established at $1 per day. 
It is gratifying to say that the receipts have far exceeded 
our expenditures and amount to $21,000. 

The accommodations have been improved by the 
establishment of a booth at the first tee and seats and 
fountains at the various tees and other points where 
they are necessary. 

The accommodations at the Refectory Building for 
lockers, showers, etc., are being extended in order to 
provide for the future increase in attendance. 

Zoological Garden. 

The Zoological Garden has been improved by the 
addition of three new buildings in the ranges for deer, 
elk, antelope, camels, etc. New attractions have been 
added by the purchase of a tiger, a couple of lions, 
pair of zebras, two camels, sable antelopes and a number 
of birds of different species, so that at the present time 
the city may be proud of a very attractive zoological 
exhibit. 

Recommendations. 

I respectfully recommend the following improvements 
in the present Zoological Garden: The extension of the 
lion house by the addition of four cages; the erection of 
a monkey house at an ' approximate cost of $70,000. 
The addition to the lion house would probably cost 
not more than $30,000, as it is merely an addition to 
the present structure which was left with a temporary 
wooden end, anticipating at some time another addition. 
It will require no heating apparatus with the exception 
of the extension of the pipes necessary to heat the 
proposed addition. 

The department advocates the extension of grano- 
lithic walks along the Parkway, as experience proves 
that the public will not use the macadam or gravel 
walks now established in many parts of the Park 
System. 

Beaches. 

The beaches throughout the department were pat- 
ronized to the limit during the year 1923. I take 
pleasure in reporting that through the efficiency of our 
life guards, not one single life was lost on any beach 



6 City Document No. 19. 

under the control of this department. The beaches 
were sanded and graded early in the Spring and repairs 
made on all the houses. 

It will be desirable to locate a new bath house at the 
World War Memorial Park if funds can be had for the 
same. 

The most important work in the department during 
1923, has been the development of Columbus Park at 
the Strandway, South Boston. A large and well 
equipped bath house was erected on the beach, cen- 
trally located, between Preble street and the bridge 
over the Old Colony Railroad, so that it can be easily 
reached by those coming on the cars either from the 
city or the suburbs. It is considered the best equipped 
bath house in the country, and it was erected at a 
total cost of $220,000. The granolithic walks, the new 
bituminous road, drainage and other work of that 
nature is finished; the grading and loaming is very 
nearly completed and will be ready for seeding and 
planting in the spring. 

Improvements. — The bathing beaches were all very 
much improved last year by the generous quantity of 
sand placed thereon. The department has been more 
liberal this year in this respect than it has been in the 
past, and work has been very much appreciated by those 
using the beaches. 

Gymnasiums. 

The activities in the gymnasiums were extremely 
gratifying during the past .year. The attendance, 
especially in the women's classes, was largely increased. 
The curriculum was enlarged and demonstrations were 
held in all of the buildings. 

Moth and Tree Division. 

The infestation of the gypsy moth in the City of 
Boston was considerably lessened, due to the effective 
Winter work and the spraying operations during the 
early Spring. The outbreak of the satin moth in the 
South Boston and Back Bay Fens and Brighton dis- 
tricts necessitated a great deal of spraying. The in- 
spection force visited the entire area within the City of 
Boston, and we have at the present time a fully tabulated 
list of infestations. It is gratifying to report that the 
depredations of the leopard borer were not so severe 
as in the year 1922. This, in a great measure is due to 
the effective pruning and the careful removal of the 



Park Department. 7 

small twigs during the month of June, in which the 
young lava are starting their work. Over 40,000 
estates were cared for and about 450 trees were planted 
during the year. 

Band Concerts. 

An appropriation of $20,000 was expended for band 
concerts during the summer months and the policy 
adopted by the Park Department in 1921 was continued. 
The band concerts being held at Boston Common, 
Marine Park, Franklin Park and Savin Hill, Jamaica 
Pond and World War Memorial Park; 128 concerts in 
all were given and they were very well patronized. 

Aquarium. 

The past year has been an unusually profitable one 
at the Aquarium. It witnessed the completion of 
many needed repairs and improvements. The collec- 
tions made were exceptionally productive, so much so 
that, for the first time in years, the Aquarium entered 
the winter with both exhibition and reserve tanks well 
stocked with desirable specimens, many of which are 
excellent examples of their species. It is gratifying to 
note that at no time in its history has the Aquarium 
been better equipped to carry on its work in the field of 
nature study. 

Improvements. — Among the important improvements 
finished at the Aquarium this year is an electrically 
driven ventilator fan which was installed in the dome 
over the seal pool. This machine is capable of changing 
the air in the entire main hall in a few minutes and it 
has effectively eliminated the unpleasant odor that was 
noticeable about the pool in warm weather. The 
disused trout boxes that formerly divided the main hall 
have been removed and replaced by a brass rail. 

Collections. — During the year, the Aquarium staff 
made twenty-eight collecting trips, ten of which were 
made in department trucks. These trips covered the 
greater part of the eastern half of Massachusetts. In 
addition to the regular collecting trips, an arrangement 
was made with the Detroit Aquarium, in September, 
whereby we received over 500 fishes, representing nine- 
teen varieties native to the Great Lakes, in exchange 
for a like number of marine fishes, which were collected 
by the Aquarium staff at Wood's Hole. In October, 
through the courtesy of the United States Bureau of 
Fisheries, we received 155 marine fishes from the 



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City Document No. 19. 



Aquarium at Wood's Hole. We are also indebted to 
the Massachusetts Fish and Game Commission for the 
receipt of 200 fishes representing six species. A chart 
showing the remarkable growth of the exhibits at the 
Aquarium since 1919 is appended to this report. 

Hatchery. — The trout boxes, removed from the main 
hall, were set up near the reserve tanks, in February, 
and 1,000 brook trout eggs, presented by Mr. C. L. 
Hauthaway, were incubated as an experiment. There 
are on exhibition at the present time, 250 brook trout 
that were raised from this lot. Some of them are seven 
inches in length. This winter the hatchery has been 
started again and already 3,000 lake trout and 250 
golden trout eggs are incubating. It is hoped that this 
feature will provide a constant supply of native and 
Western trout for exhibition, some of which would be 
otherwise unprocurable. 

Attendance. — One hundred and ten thousand during 
year. 

The past year marks the beginning of a progressive 
policy of improvement at the Aquarium and its accom- 
plishments are but the forerunners of greater improve- 
ments to come. Work will soon commence on a new 
hard lead salt water piping system which is to replace 
the present worn out system. Other contemplated 
improvements are a room for the exhibition of balanced 
aquaria, concrete tanks to replace the present wooden 
ones, and, in the not too dim future, an addition to the 
present building which will place the Boston Aquarium 
in a position to show the most varied and complete 
collection in the country. 



Growth op Exhibits at the 


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Park Department. 9 

Cemeteries. 

During the year 1923, the developing of an additional 
section of land in the Elm Grove section for 4,500 single 
graves was started. The work was done with our own 
force, with the addition of a hired steam shovel. 

In the Fairview Cemetery in Hyde Park, additional 
land was opened for single grave lots and four grave lots. 

In Evergreen Cemetery, additional land was devel- 
oped for single grave lots. 

The historical cemeteries were opened on Sundays 
and holidays. 

It was extremely gratifying to say that the work of 
the Cemetery Division during the past year was very 
satisfactory. The grounds were kept in an extremely 
good condition and the roads were thoroughly repaired. 

Recommendations. 

I respectfully recommend that the sum of $10,000 be 
appropriated for the planting of trees on city streets that 
were properly prepared for such planting; also, to con- 
tinue the plan of the Greeting and restore evergreen 
planting in the Pine Bank. 

It is also desirable to extend the granolithic walks 
along the parkway; experience has proved that the 
public will not use the macadam or gravel walks now 
established in many parts of the Park System. 

The continuation of the policy of permanent pave- 
ment and small areas in the Fens, Commonwealth avenue, 
from Naples road to Warren street; Francis Parkman 
road, from Perkins street to Prince street, and the park- 
way, from South street to Forest Hills street. These 
roads have all been treated with a blanket coat of tar 
or oil, and have to be repaired several times a year on 
account of their destruction by severe auto traffic. 

W. P. Long, 

Deputy Commissioner. 



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

Personal Service from February 1, 1923, to January 31, 4.921^. 



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1. Chairman 

2. Deputy commissioner 

3. Secretary and chief clerk 

4. Civil engineer 

5. Curator 

6. Superintendent of Parks 

7. Physical director 

8. Assistant physical director. .. . 

9. Bookkeeper and stenographer. 

10. Stenographers and clerks 

11. Stenographer and clerk 

12. Clerk and stenographers 

13. Clerk and draughtsman 

14. Collector 

15. Foremen 

16. Foreman 

17. Forester 

18. Foreman of mechanics 

19. Tankman and acting director . 

20. Subforeman of mechanics 

21. Subforemen 

22. Chief carpenter 

23. Wheelwright and wagonmaker. 

24. Master mechanic 

25. Advisor on animals 

26. Head keeper of animals 

27. Draughtsman 

28. Draughtsman 

29. Transitman 

30. Transitman 

31. Draughtsman and transitman. . 

32. Physical instructors 

33. Physical instructors 



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$3,500-83,800 yr 
$3,300-83,500 yr 

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$2,500-82,700 yr 
$2,500-$2,600 yr 

$1,700 yr. 
$1,600-81,700 yr 
$1,400-$1,500 yr 
$1,300-81,400 yr 
$1,500-81,600 yr 
$1,500-81,600 yr 
81,500-81,600 yr 
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$1,600-81,700 yr 
81,700-81,800 yr 
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$1,600-$1,700 yr 
$1,500-81,600 yr 
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$1,500 yr. 
$2,000 yr. 
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$1,600-$1,700 yr 

$2,000 yr. 

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$1,500-81,600 yr 
$1,500-$ 1,600 yr 

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$7,000 00 
3,753 27 
3,468 56 
2,013 55 

2,668 77 
2,584 29 
1,043 20 
1,684 22 
7,422 55 
1,384 40 
6,060 03 
1,584 19 
1,584 19 

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1,679 40 
1,684 22 
1,784 34 
1,679 40 
1,556 42 
4,638 30 
1,784 34 
1,619 02 
1,684 22 
1,500 00 
1,999 38 
1,409 45 
1,456 02 
1,961 84 
1,275 40 
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Items Under Schedule A. — 'Continued. 



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36. 
37. 
38. 
39. 
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41. 
42. 
43. 
44. 
45. 
46. 
47. 
48. 
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51. 
52. 
53. 
54. 
55. 
56. 
57. 
58. 
59. 
60. 
61. 
62. 
63. 
64. 
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66. 



Brought forward 

Chauffeurs 

Apparatus repairers 

Head keeper of birds 

Keeper of birds 

Zoo attendants 

Zoo attendants 

Blacksmiths 

Carpenters 

Concrete moulder 

Coopers 

Chief custodian 

Custodians 

Custodians , 

Custodians 

Chief engineer, aquarium 

Engineers in charge 

Engineers 

Engineers 

Electrican 

Elephant attendant 

Elephant attendant 

Firemen 

Greenkeeper 

Gardeners 

Gardeners 

Gardeners 

Gardeners 

Gasolene engineers, operators and repairers 

Harnessmaker 

Chief inspector, construction work 

Inspector 

Inspector 

Inspector 

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1,505 00 


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1,584 19 


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1,684 22 


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4,752 57 


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$308,759 54 



22 



City Document No. 19. 



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



Titles. 



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68. 
69. 
70. 
71. 
72. 
73. 
74. 
75. 
76. 
77. 
78. 
79. 
80. 
81. 
82. 
83. 
84. 
85. 
86. 
87. 
88. 
89. 
90. 
91. 
92. 
93. 
94. 
95. 



Brought forward 

Ironworkers 

Locksmith 

Machinist's, 

Machinist's helper 

Masons # . 

Painters 

Painter 

Parkkeepers 

Parkkeepers 

Pianists and matrons 

Pipefitter 

Pipefitter 

Plant cleaners 

Plumbers 

Plumber's helper 

Rigger 

Storekeeper and property clerk 

Swimming instructors 

Washer, laundry 

Telephone operator 

Telpehone operator and complaint clerk . 

Head matron, parks 

Head matron, baths 

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Matrons 

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Matrons 

Laborers, mechanics, etc 



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$4.50 day. 

$4-$4.50 day. 

816-818 wk. 

85 day. 

84.50 day. 

818 wk. 

$5 day. 

84.50 day. 

85 day. 

82,000 yr. 

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$19-820 wk. 

819 wk.-Sl,150 yr. 

81,200 yr. 

$16wk.-$l,200yr. 

$18-820 wk. 

$18 wk. 

$16-818 wk. 

$2.67 day. 818 wk. 

$2 . 67-$3 day. 

$4 day. 



$308,759 54 
3,010 00 
1,565 00 

16,705 00 
1,330 00 
2,800 00 

14,967 50 
1,044 00 
8,451 00 
2,680 00 
9,154 04 
1,445 00 
1,408 50 
1,866 00 
5,930 00 

2,350 00 
2,000 00 
9,643 50 
1,384 00 
1,035 17 
1.125 37 
1,200 00 
1,143 11 
1,027 00 
939 00 

102,364 37 
7,349 36 
9,890 33 

367,218 84 



Totals 

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43,064 31 

4,404 58 



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Cash Receipts of the Park Department, from February 1, 1923, 
to January 31, 1924. 

Park Division. 

From sale of Baldwin Place Playground, North 

End $62,850 00 

From sale of buildings on Baldwin Place 

Playground . ..... • • 623 80 

From sale of buildings on William J. Barry 

Playground, Charlestown .... 1,575 70 
From rentals of South Boston and Charlestown 

playground properties . . . . 3,100 36 
From golf permits and use of lockers at Franklin 

Park . . _. 19,683 00 

For labor, suppression of gypsy and brown-tail 

moths . ... . ... . . 12,320 94 

From permits, for openings, occupations, etc. . 3,186 62 

For use of towels and soap 2,174 43 

For refreshments concessions at playgrounds . 273 00 

For locker concession at Franklin Field . 35 00 

From the Boston Common Tree Fund, income, 200 00 

From use of bandstands _ ..... 135 00 
From weighing machines at convenience 

stations 71 32 

Penalty on delivery of coal .... 15 30 

Rents . 20,127 05 

Bath Division. 

For use of bathing suits, towels, soap, etc. . . $30,532 84 

From commission on telephones ... 53 27 

From weighing machines 34 73 

From sale of woolen towel cases ... 5 75 

Rents 850 00 



$126,371 52 



31,476 59 
$157,848 11 



Above receipts were credited as follows : 

General revenue, city income .... $89,498 25 

Sinking funds 68,149 86 

Appropriation 200 00 



$157,848 11 



34 



City Document No. 19. 



Expenditures of Loan, Revenue and Special Appropriations from 
February 1, 1923, to January 31, 1924. 

Adams Street, Dorchester, Playground: 

Payments on account: 
Grading, contractor, J. C. Coleman & Sons 

Company $10,597 37 

Concrete wall, contractor, Martino 

DeMatteo . . . . . . . 3,526 08 

Chain link fence, P. H.Dinn& Co . 575 00 
Frames and gratings, Gibby Foundry Com- 
pany 223 50 

Architect, Arthur A. Shurtleff ... 81 85 

Gates and bends, Public Works Department, 55 04 

Photographs, Frank B. Conlin ... 40 50 

Typewriting ....... 39 00 

Advertising 12 50 

Blueprints 4 80 



Allston Playground, Improvements: 

Grading and rock excavation, contractor, 

Beatty Construction Company 
Wooden shelters, contractor, R. A. Bossi 

Company 

Grading, J. C. Coleman & Sons, Company 
Link fence, P. J. Dinn & Co. 
Loam, M. McGinnis & Co. . 
Typewriting .... 
Advertising .... 
Blueprints .... 



Animals, Birds, etc.: 

Hagenbeck Brothers Company 

Louis Ruhe 

Joseph St Ellis .... 

Henry Bartels Company 

Park Commissioners, Milwaukee, Wis 

G. D. Tilley 

L. B. Sherman .... 
Park Commissioners, Toronto, Canada 
Traveling expenses .... 
Gustave Sebille .... 
William J. Mackensen . 
Mrs. C. D. Bristol .... 
W. H. Bosworth .... 



Aquarium, Improvements, etc.: 

Window glass, Boston Plate and Window 

Glass Company 

Repairing wall, George A. Craffey Company, 
Repairing lockers, R. A. Bossi Company 
Installing fan, Acme Ventilator Corporation. 
Repairing fence, P. J. Dinn & Co. 
Repairing passageway, W. A. Murtfeldt 

Company 

Traveling expenses, etc 

Fish, Aquarium Specialty Company . 
Typewriting 



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1,855 00 

784 00 

525 00 

73 00 

28 75 

13 00 

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552 00 

200 00 

182 00 

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465 00 
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Arnold Arboretum, Improvements: 

Payments on account: 
Stone walls, contractor, J. C. Coleman & 

Sons Company .... 

Labor 

Tar binder, Independent Coal Tar Com 

pany 

Stone, N. E. Crushed Stone Company 
Road oil, George P. Sullivan 
Post seats, John J. Flynn 
Paving and cement, Thomas J. Shea 
Painting fence, Peter A. Hoban . 
Sand, George H. Noone 

Typewriting 

Frames and gratings, Gibby Foundry Com 

pany 

Advertising 



Bathing Beach, Jeffries Point: 
Filling and spreading same, Edward J. 

McHugh & Son 

Excavation, R. A. Bossi Company 

Boston Common and Public Garden, Improve- 
ments: 

Payments on account: 
Stone entrance posts and iron fence, P. J, 

Dinn & Co. .... 

Furnishing and spreading loam, contractor 

M. McGinnis & Co. . 
Repairing fences, P. J. Dinn & Co. 
Repairing sidewalk, J. A. Singarello 
Repairs, Frog Pond, John J. Flynn 
Manure, M. McGinnis & Co. 
Fence, Worcester Ornamental Iron 

pany 

Painting, William P. Dolan . 
Repairs, R. A. Bossi Company 
Architect, Arthur A. Sburtleff 
Electric wiring, Charles E. Gallagher 
Architect, Clipston Sturgis . 
Brick, J. P. O'Connell & Co 
Grating, Gibby Foundry Company 
Sand, Boston Sand and Gravel Company 
Repairs, Public Works Department . 

Charlesbank Gymnasium, Athletic Field, Im- 
provements: 
Reconstructing, A. G. Tomasello & Son 

Charlestown Playground: 

Labor 



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2,524 00 

2,499 46 

2,012 45 

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Christopher Gibson Playground, Improvements: 
Completion of payments: 
Concrete bleachers, contractor, J. C. Cole- 
man & Sons $11,241 85 

Wire fence, contractor, Gates & Wadleigh . 1,455 75 

Repairs, showers, locker room, etc., R. A. 

Bossi Company 1,266 00 

Carried forward . . . . . . $13,963 60 



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1,763 97 




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375 93 




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36 



City Document No. 19. 



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Labor 

Repairs, toilet room, John Y. Gillespie 
Bronze tablet, John Evans & Co. 
Photographs, Frank B. Conlin 
Architect, Arthur A. Shurtleff 
Cement, Portland Cement and Stone Ware 

Company 

Gravel, George H. Noone 

Christopher J. Lee Playground: 

Sanitary and locker building, contractor, 
C. & R. Construction Company 
Completion of payments: 

Grading, loam and concrete work, con- 
tractor, J. C. Coleman & Sons Company, 

Wire fences, contractor, W. A. Snow Iron 
Works Company .... 

Architect, O'Connell & Shaw 

Iron frames, Gibby Foundry Company 

Photographs, Frank B. Conlin 

Architect, Arthur A. Shurtleff 

Typewriting 



Columbus Park, Improvements: 

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

& Sons Company 

Bathhouse, contractor, Alco Construction 

Company 

Labor 

Architect, Harrison H. Atwood . 

Fence, R. A. Bossi Company 

Iron frames and catch-basins, Gibby Foun 

dry Company 

Grass seed, R. & J. Farquhar Company 
Architect, Arthur A. Shurtleff . . 

Typewriting 

Photographs, Frank B. Conhn 
Lanterns, Charles J. McCarthy & Co. . 
Repairs, Public Works Department . 

Fens, Athletic Field: 

Payments on account: 
Granite composite bleachers, contractor, 

M. Seretto 

Architect, William D. Austin 

Fens, Improvements: 

Bitulithic pavement, contractor, Warren 

Brothers Company 

Architect, Arthur A. Shurtleff 
Wooden bridge, John J. Flynn 
Removing stones, M. McGinnis & Co. 
Loam, contractor, J. C. Coleman & Sons 

Company 

Lumber, Curtis & Pope Lumber Company, 
Foot bridge, F. Galarmeaux & Son 

Advertising 

Prints, Associated Architects, P. & S. Com- 
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294 00 

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4,859 86 

618 67 

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5,573 31 

3,908 71 

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677 29 
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386 10 

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60,215 47 



577,496 08 



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Carried forward $812,966 13 



Park Department. 



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Franklin Park, Building Improvements, etc.: 
Concrete and wood work, contractor, John 

McDonald Construction Company . 

Completion of payments: 
Furnishing and spreading loam, contractor, 

J. C. Coleman & Sons Company 
Furnishing and spreading loam, contractor, 

M. McGinnis & Co 

Labor 

Wire fence and guard rail, contractor, 

W. A. Snow Iron Works 
Loam, ashes, etc., M. McGinnis & Co 
Installing fence, wire, etc., P. J. Dinn Com- 
pany 

Lumber, Curtis & Pope Lumber Company, 
Concrete storehouse, contractor, Dominic 

Pasquale 

Plants, etc., P. & J. Farquhar Company, 
Rustic booth, contractor, Dominic Pasquale, 
Architect, Arthur A. Shurtleff 
Manure and grading, Thomas J. Shea 
Installing radiators, Trask Heating Com 

pany 

Trees, William H. Moon Company 
Shelter, Thomas J. Shea Company 
Loam, J. C. Coleman & Sons Company 
Metal lockers, Dexter Metal Manufactur 

ing Company 

Plants, W. N. Rynsaardt 
Stone, N. E. Crushed Stone Company 
Cement, Portland Stone Ware Company 
Repairs, R. A. Bossi Company . 

Completion of payments: 
Refreshment booth, contractor, Frank 

Gallagher 

Use of steam roller, J. C. Coleman & Sons 

Company 

Hose, United Belting and Supply Company 
Sand, George H. Noone 

Typewriting 

Miscellaneous charges .... 
Freight charges, New York, New Haven 

& Hartford Railroad 

Pipe, J. P. O'Connell & Co. . 

Wire, etc., W. A. Snow Iron Works Com 

pany 

Pipe, Wacco Supply Company 

Traveling expenses 

Fertilizer, Carter's Tested Seed . 
Stamps, Diamond Union Stamp Works 
Spotters, J. Oliver Johnson, Inc. . 
Architect, William D. Austin 
Fertilizer, John C. Dow Company 
Hardware, Washington Hardware Company 
Pipe, A. M. Byers Company 
Sand, Boston Sand and Gravel Company, 
Gratings, Mechanics Iron Foundry Com- 
pany 

Advertising 



$12,597 93 



11,764 58 



6,320 


87 


5,368 40 


3,573 76 
2,990 39 


2,598 30 
2,370 79 


2,067 


82 


1,688 35 


1,343 92 
1,166 01 


1,123 


60 


1,064 00 


943 


50 


811 


80 


800 


00 


689 00 


600 


00 


583 


20 


499 


50 


493 


15 



443 80 

300 00 
257 73 
181 44 
141 88 
141 03 

136 20 
134 62 

134 10 
115 40 
114 05 
97 50 
94 25 
90 00 
80 63 
80 00 
77 30 
65 29 
62 50 

50 00 
36 00 



Carried forward . 



1,292 89 $812,966 13 



38 City Document No. 19. 

Brought forward ....... $64,292 89 $812,966 13 

Blueprints, Associated Architects, P. & S. 

Company 35 53 

Rims, Wright & Ditson .... 33 88 

Pipe, F. W. Webb Manufacturing Company, 32 64 

Photographs, Frank B. Conlin ... 22 50 

Iron frames, Gibby Foundry Company . 140 00 

. 64,557 44 

Franklin Park, Greenhouses, etc.: 

Labor 4 50 

Franklin Park, Reconstructing Roads, etc.: 

Labor $4,992 00 

Tar binder, Independent Coal Tar Com- 
pany 2,425 12 

Grading, M. McGinnis & Co. . . . 545 00 
Stone, New England Crushed Stone Com- 
pany 440 75 

Road oil, George P. Sullivan ... 240 00 

Photographs, Frank B. Conlin ... 85 50 

Architect, Arthur A. Shurtleff ... 68 78 

8,797 15 

Jamaicaway Improvements: 

Entrance road, contractor, Carmine An- 

tonellis $2,324 68 

Bitulithic pavement, contractor, Warren 

Brothers Company 1,600 00 

3,924 68 

Marine Park, Head House, etc.: 
Repairs, R. A. Bossi Company . . . $647 00 

Architect Arthur A. Shurtleff ... 2 05 

649 05 

Mission Hill Playground: 

Labor 36 44 

North End Park, Improvements: 

Repairs, R. A. Bossi Company . . . $562 00 

Architect, Arthur A. Shurtleff . . . 112 27 

674 27 

Olmsted and Franklin Parks, Road Surfaces: 

Bitulithic pavement, contractor, Warren 

Brothers Company ..... $21,000 00 

Blueprints, Associated Architects, P. & S. 

Company 13 80 

21,013 80 

Orchard Park, Improvements: 

Labor 1,224 00 

Orient Heights Playground, Improvements: 
Payments on account: 
Filling and grading, contractor, J. C. Cole- 
man & Sons Company .... $1,1808 62 
Basins and frames, Gibby Foundry Com- 
pany 420 00 

Pipe, Fred A. Houdlette & Sons, Inc. . 40 00 

Typewriting 36 75 

Advertising 19 50 

12,324 87 

Playground, Columbia Road and Ceylon street: 
Expert services, John Beck 250 00 

Carried forward $926,422 33 



Park Department. 



Brought forward 



Playground district bounded by Castle, Wash- 
ington, Dover and Tremont Streets: 
Land: 

Paolo Salamone . . . $8,400 00 
Thomas M. Smith . . 7,850 00 
Minnie Carver . . . 5,800 00 
Ada E. Stone . . . 4,200 00 



Repairs, R. A. Bossi Company .. 

Labors 

Cleaning and grading, Thomas J. Shea 
Architect, Arthur A. Shurtleff 
Expert services, Henry C. Mildram 
Photographs, Frank B. Conlin 

Playground Purposes: 
Cottage Street Playground, East Boston: 
Concrete posts, W. A. Snow Iron Works 
Company . . 



$26,250 00 

5,509 99 

1,608 00 

360 00 

117 47 

50 00 

24 00 



Smith's Pond Playground: 

Payments on account: 
Field House, contractor, J. E. & J. F. 

Dyer & Sons Construction Company . $18,955 00 

Labor 960 00 

Cleaning grounds, Thomas J. Shea . . 732 60 

Concrete posts, John J. Flynn . . . 617 76 

Repairs, George J. Regan .... .375 00 

Typewriting 95 50 

Architect, Arthur A. Shurtleff ... 18 30 
Blueprints, Associate Architects, P. & 

S. Company 11 90 

Tenean Beach Playground: 
Grading, M. McGinnis & Co 



Portsmouth Street Playground, Locker Building and Shower 
Baths: 
Wooden shelter, contractor, R. A. Bossi 

Company .... 
Laying sewer, George J. Regan 
Grading, M. McGinnis & Co. 

Labor 

Typewriting .... 



Property, East Cottage, Pleasant and Pond Streets 

Labor 

Leveling and filling, J. C. Coleman & Sons 

Company 

Grading, M. McGinnis & Co. 

Riverway Improvements: 

Labor 

Repairs, bridge, R. A. Bossi Company . 
Leveling dump, M. McGinnis & Co. . 
Repairs, fence, P. J. Dinn & Co. . 
Use of steam roller, J. C. Coleman & Sons 

Company 

Cinders, M. Doyle & Co., Inc. 



Carried forward 



39 

,422 33 



33,919 46 



47 00 



21,766 06 
415 00 



$1,855 00 

441 00 

178 00 

120 00 

8 75 


2,602 


75 






$1,320 00 






600 00 
145 00 


2,065 


00 


$960 00 
886 00 
470 00 
346 00 


300 00 
94 50 


3,056 


50 






$990,294 


10 



40 



City Document No. 19. 



Brought forward $990,294 10 

Street Trees, etc.: 

Excavating, etc., J. C. Coleman & Sons 

Company $1,470 00 

Cultivating and removing trees, M. Mc- 

Ginnis & Co 947 00 

Trees, Bay State Nurseries .... 483 25 

Pruning, etc., Sheehan Brothers . . . 415 00 

Tree guards, P. J. Dinn & Co. . . . 397 20 

Cultivating, Thomas J. Shea ... . 350 00 

Tree Culture: 

Pruning, etc., Sheehan Brothers . . . $4,208 75 

Cultivating and pruning, Thomas J. Shea . 1,027 96 

Labor 984 00 



William J. Barry Playground, Enlargement and Improve- 
ments: 



Land: 

George M. Cohan . 
Louis C. Levenson . 
Margaret C. Donoghue 
James A. Stuart 
Sarah A. Hughes 
Johnson H. Whidden 



$62,100 00 
22,500 00 
9,500 00 
4,750 00 
3,300 00 
2,700 00 



Labor 

Expert services, John Beck . 
Expert services, John B. Graham 
Architect, Arthur A. Shurtleff 
Photographs, Frank B. Conlin 



$104,850 00 
3,288 00 
750 00 
350 00 
184 23 
151 20 



William Eustis, William E. Carter and John J. Connolly Play- 
grounds, Improvements, etc.: 
Concrete bleachers, contractor, J. C. Cole- 
man & Sons Company .... $43,796 00 
Chain link backstops and wire guards, 

P. J. Dinn & Co 740 00 

Test borings, B. F. Smith & Co. . . . 685 81 
Ground tests, R. A. Bossi Company . . 265 00 
Repairing pipe, Public Works Department, 186 80 
Catch-basin frames, Gibby Foundry Com- 
pany 120 00 

Typewriting 99 00 

Photographs, Frank B. Conlin ... 45 00 

Advertising 25 50 

Blueprints, Associate Architects' P. & S. 

Company 9 45 



Winthrop Square, Charlestown, Improvements: 
Labor 



4,062 45 



6,220 71 



109,573 43 



45,972 56 
72 00 



Wood Island Park, Improvements: 
Repairing locker building, John F. Shea 

& Co ... $760 00 

Architect, Arthur A. Shurtleff ... 167 46 

Building drain, Thomas J. Shea ... 90 00 

Advertising 12 50 

1,029 96 

Carried forward $1,157,225 21 



Park Department. 



41 



Brought forward $1,157,225 21 



World War Memorial Park, East Boston, Bath House, etc 
Payments on account: 

Grading, drainage and concrete bleachers, 

Repairs, R. A. Bossi Company . 

Architect, Arthur A. Shurtleff 

Tide gate and pipe, Public Works Depart- 
ment 

Tide gate and frame, Gibby Foundry Com- 
pany 

Frames and gratings, Mechanics Iron 
Foundry Company 

Typewriting 

Advertising 

Blueprints, Associate Architects, P. & S. 
Company 



Zoological Garden, Improvements: 

Stone, New England Crushed Stone Com- 
pany 

Lumber, Curtis & Pope Lumber Company 

Labor 

Filling, Thomas J Shea 

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

Curbing and repaying, Martin F. Gaddis 

Paint, P. Sutherland & Co. . 

Architect, Arthur A. Shurtleff 

Repairs, R. A. Bossi Company 

Grading, M. McGinnis & Co. 

Lumber, Downes Lumber Company . 

Hardware, Washington Hardware Com- 
pany 

Hardware, Bigelow & Dowse Company 

Typewriting 



$18,496 42 
465 00 
297 16 

280 23 

269 00 

144 00 
49 00 
24 00 



6 30 



$1,865 65 
1,303 03 
735 16 
727 65 
541 37 
438 00 
337 50 
272 17 
126 00 
102 00 
93 87 

74 04 

28 40 

9 25 



20,031 11 



6,654 09 



Total 



[,183,910 41 



Public Park and Playground Debt. 

Liabilities. 
Total loans outstanding, January 31, 1924 . . . . 



Resources. 



Sinking fund, January 31, 1924 
Net debt, January 31, 1924 



$10,639,300 00 

5,866,800 63 
$ 4,772,449 37 



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Park Department. 45 



Expenditures Under the Maintenance Appropriation by Items of 
the Segregated Budget from [February I, 1923, to January 31, 
1924. 

A. Personal Service as per Schtjdtjle A. . . . $937,254 52 

1. Permanent employees 889,785 63 

2. Temporary employees 43,064 31 

3. Unassigned 4,404 58 

B. Service Other than Personal 182,450 58 

1. Printing and binding 1,125 87 

2. Postage . 700 99 

3. Advertising and posting 202 50 

4. Transportation of persons 2,360 79 

5. Cartage and freight 490 32 

6. Hire of teams and auto trucks .... 41,149 11 
8. Light and power . 11,538 53 

10. Rent, taxes and water 4,366 50 

12. Premium on surety bonds 18 00 

13. Communication 2,867 37 

14. Motor "vehicle repairs and care .... 3,298 54 
18. Cleaning 75 00 

21. Removal of snow 3,893 14 

22. Medical 280 26 

28. Expert and architect 2,583 55 

29. Stenographic, copying and indexing ... 7 56 
32. Towing . 400 00 

35. Fees, service of venires, etc. . . . 325 13 

36. Boiler inspection 110 00 

37. Photographic and blueprinting .... 1,430 55 
39. General plant 95,277 23 

41. Horseshoeing and clipping 10 75 

42. Music, concerts, etc 9,938 90 

C. Equipment 36,451 41 

4. Motor vehicles 10,042 27 

5. Motorless vehicles 2,445 00 

6. Stable 588 15 

7. Furniture and fittings . .... 6,315 67 

8. Educational and recreational .... 727 32 

9. Office 1,085 51 

10. Library 48 45 

13. Tools and instruments 6,960 69 

14. Live stock 275 00 

16. Wearing apparel 7,165 29 

17. General plant 797 86 

D. Supplies 100,957 66 

1. Office 4,257 24 

2. Food and ice 611 73 

3. Fuel 48,019 99 

4. Forage and animal 22,502 84 

5. Medical, surgical, laboratory . . . . 156 70 

7. Veterinary 86 30 

8. Laundry, cleaning, toilet 6,014 06 

9. Educational and recreational .... 3,305 25 

10. Agricultural 7,481 50 

11. Motor vehicle 5,560 16 

13. Chemicals and disinfectants 405 34 

16. General plant 2,556 55 

Carried forward $1,257,114 17 



46 



City Document No. 19. 



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9. Machinery 








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10. Electrical 








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12. Parks and recreational 








27,752 19 


13. General plant . 








6,242 39 


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234,877 35 


7. Pensions and annuities 








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11. Workingmen's compensation 




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12. Contracts for construction where 


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Incidental Expenditures to Cover Contingen- 


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1,459 18 


6. Christmas tree celebration . 


1,459 18 


Total 


. $1,535,971 15 



Park Department. 



47 



Classification of the Cash Receipts of the Bath Division of the Park Department 
from February 1, 1923, to January 31, 1924. 





Towels. 


Soap. 


Pool. 


Suits. 


Trunks. 


Totals. 




$873 46 

691 70 

2,949 95 

1,202 21 

182 67 

1,666 17 

95 28 

43 19 

2,253 83 

162 97 

411 77 

704 33 

29 46 

2,190 31 

529 90 

696 04 

1,715 58 

288 33 

45 51 

42 48 

144 09 

24 57 

81 05 

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41 28 

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1,134 13 

575 51 

85 89 


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458 50 










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77 60 

239 75 

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222 95 

341 33 

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240 57 










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651 52 


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1,056 81 


Ward 6 Bath 








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3,191 80 


Ward 12 Bath House 








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Ward 17 Bath House 








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2,506 98 






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233 90 

270 25 

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548 53 








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Savin Hill Beach 








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World War Memorial Park Beach (men) 

World War Memorial Park Beach (women) . . 






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$6,258 50 


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54 



City Document No. 19. 



Cash Receipts of the Park Department Playgrounds, from 
February I, 1923, to January 31, 1924. 



Towels. 



Soap. 



Totals. 



Billings Field 

Boston Common 

Charlesbank Gymnasium . . 
Charlestown Playground. . , 

Christopher Gibson 

Columbus Park , 

Ellicott Cottage , 

Emmons Playground 

Franklin Field 

George H. Walker Field . . . 

James F. Healey 

John J. Connolly 

John F. Holland 

John W. Murphy. 

Mission Hill 

Portsmouth Street 

Refectory Building 

Rogers Fark 

Ronan Park 

Stanley J. Ringer 

William E. Carter 

William Eustis 

William F. Smith 

World War Memorial Park 

Totals 



$6 14 

17 94 

327 82 

133 63 
4 80 

253 42 

2 25 

7 96 
24 65 

3 78 
9 76 

150 37 
13 74 
17 43 
45 03 
61 49 

59 08 
36 52 

4 07 

8 11 
30 19 

60 75 
75 90 

134 69 



$2 55 

15 34 
103 14 

80 20 

1 39 

134 78 

1 00 

5 79 

6 69 

1 11 

2 89 
77 55 

7 20 
6 28 

24 20 

35 45 

16 41 
11 36 

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13 38 

30 64 

36 14 
67 89 



$8 69 

33 28 

430 96 

213 83 

6 19 

388 20 

3 25 
13 75 
31 34 

4 89 
12 65 

227 92 

20 94 

23 71 

69 23 

96 94 

75 49 

47 88 

4 69 

11 02 

43 57 

91 39 

112 04 

202 58 



$1,489 52 



$684 91 



,174 43 



Park Department. 



55 



Playground Attendance Reports, 1923 



William Amerena Playground . 
William J. Barry Playground . 
Billings Field Playground . 
William E. Carter Playground . 
John J. Connolly Playground . 
James L. Cronin Playground . 
Columbus Park Playground 
Charlesbank Park Playground . 
Charlestown Playground . 
Frederick D. Emmons Playground 

Fallon Field 

Franklin Field Playground 
Christopher Gibson Playground 
James F. Healy Playground 
William Garvey Playground 
James L. Holland Playground . 
Christopher F. Lee Playground 
Mission Hill Playground . 
John W. Murphy Playground . 
Portsmouth Street Playground 
Ronan Park Playground . 
Stanley J. Ringer Playground . 
Rogers Park Playground . 
Matthew J. Sweeney Playground 
William F. Smith Playground . 
West Third Street Playground 
William Eustis Playground 
J. J. and J. M. Sullivan Playground 
George H. Walker Playground . 
World War Memorial Park 
Rotch Playground 
John Winthrop Playground 
Charlestown Heights Playground 



72,199 
87,151 
120,990 
462,104 
257,429 
233,360 
909,625 
166,950 
243,693 
100,754 
209,623 
237,118 
197,070 
217,721 

137,321 

294,558 
161,706 
108,995 
327,940 

45,470 
121,670 

56,484 
299,236 

40,086 
317,624 

58,647 
102,375 
735,810 

37,800 

35,700 

82,400 



Total attendance 6,469,609 



56 



City Document No. 19. 



Beaches and Swimming Pool Attendance, 1923=24. 



Men. 



Boys. 



Pool. 



Women. 



Girls. 



Total. 



Cabot Street Pool 

Curtis Hall Pool 

Dewev Beach Bath 

I 

Freeport Street Beach Bath 

Head House Beach Bath 

L Street Beach Bath 

North End Beach Bath 

Savin Hill Beach 

Tenean Beach Bath 

World War Memorial Park Beach. . . 



8,200 

8,185 

69,915 

252,713 

28,586 

7,430 

8,253 

6,840 



41,965 
28,830 
23,671 
63,975 
42,005 
14,162 
.20,398 
30,080 



16,943 
34,084 



11,810 
9,935 
39,108 
33,690 
41,174 
4,862 
11,301 
13,940 



28,545 
24,400 
15,895 
56,935 
42,930 
8,462 
16,982 
26,449 



16,943 

34,084 

90,520 

71,350 

148,589 

407,313 

154,695 

34,916 

56,934 

77,309 



Totals. 



390,122 



265,086 



51,027 



165,820 



220,598 



1,092,653 



Shower Bath Attendance, 1923=24. 



Men. 


Boys. 


Women. 


Girls. 


124,335 


33,630 


36,790 


23,170 


42,545 


17,100 


14,115 


7,905 


127,355 


5,667 


20,867 


19,868 


112,872 


21,072 


23,367 


15,408 


10,097 


8,750 


484 


2,355 


252,713 


63,975 


33,690 


56,935 


155,474 


37,034 


45,119 


27,570 


12,298 


11,326 


1,423 


2,064 


43,098 


35,963 


13,855 


24,267 


66,154 


15,155 


10,025 


8,358 


3,074 


1,014 


530 


434 


115,600 


25,950 


53,690 


19,435 


45,260 


20,299 


12,135 


17,190 


38,815 


33,655 


3,935 


5,825 


79,187 


5,984 


18,555 


3,502 


1,228,877 


336,574 


288,580 


234,286 



Total. 



Cabot Street Bath 

Curtis Hall Bath 

Dover Street Bath 

East Boston Bath 

Hyde Park Building 

L Street Bath 

North Bennet Street Bath 

Roslindale Building 

Ward 4 Bath House 

Ward 5 Bath House 

Ward 6 Bath House 

Ward 10 Showers 

Ward 12 Bath House 

Ward 17 Bath House 

John J. Williams Building. 

Totals 



217,925 
81,665 

173,757 

172,719 
21,686 

407,313 

265,197 
27,111 

117,183 

99,692 

5,052 

214,675 
94,884 
82,230 

107,228 



2,088,317 



Park Department. 



57 



Gymnasia, Class and Individual Attendance, 1923=24. 



Indi- 
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Men. 



School 
Boys. 



Working 
Boys. 



Women. 



Girls. 



Mothers. 



Total. 



Cabot Street Gymnasium 

Curtis Hall Gymnasium 

East Boston Gymnasium 

Hyde Park Gymnasium 

John J. Williams Building 

North Bennet Street Gymnasium, 

Roslindale Gymnasium 

Ward 4 Gymnasium 

Ward 5 Gymnasium 

Ward 6 Gymnasium 

Ward 12 Gymnasium 

Ward 17 Gymnasium , 



3,611 
3,163 

973 
8,760 

488 

276 
2,254 

329 



3,362 



2,834 
1,904 
1,633 
2,053 
1,855 
3,165 
1,998 
2,463 
2.292 
426 
2,483 
5,280 



5,345 
4,507 
2,769 
2,597 
2,705 
7,350 
8,172 
1,689 
4,878 
907 
5,937 
5,404 



3,047 

1,516 

731 

762 

915 

1,533 

3,660 

1,578 

1,139 

392 

3,448 

6,555 



1,843 

2,562 

638 

579 

2,305 

635 

938 

619 

813 

248 

1,729 

5,225 



3,949 
3,377 

979 
3,080 
2,957 
3,995 
7,108 
4,649 
2,645 

865 
4,525 
6,614 



2,236 



587 



428 
119 



1,277 



22,754 
16,102 
10,361 
12,234 
12,297 
25,438 
22,364 
11,702 
14,140 
3,167 
18,122 
33,717 



Totals. 



28,952 



28,386 



52,260 



25,276 



18,134 



44,743 



4,647 



202,398 



The following is a report of attendance at the golf 
links for the season, from April 25 to December 27, 
inclusive, 1923. 

The attendance is taken between the hours of 8 a. m. 
and 7 p. m. No allowance has been made for several 
thousands who have played before and after these hours. 

The total receipts were $19,676. 



Attendance. 



Annual 
Permits. 



Daily 
Permits. 



Lockers. 



Total. 



April , 

May 

June 

July 

August . . . 
September 
October . . . 
November . 
December. 

Totals 



336 
4,082 
4,474 
5,226 
6,162 
6,320 
5,084 
2,933 
1,188 



2,090 

3,780 

1,160 

850 

505 

260 

50 



122 
1,098 

946 
1,354 
1,821 
2,074 
1,811 

867 

274 



186 

144 

46 

130 

46 

40 

14 

6 

2 



$2,398 00 
5,022 00 
2,152 00 
2,334 00 
2,372 00 
2,374 00 
1,875 00 
873 00 
276 00 



36,505 



8,695 



10,367 



614 



$19,676 00 



58 City Document No. 19. 



PARK DEPARTMENT — CEMETERY DIVISION. 



The following annual report is presented of the 
Cemetery Division from February 1, 1923, to January 
31, 1924: 



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. 
Rainsford Island 43,560 

Charlestown. 
Ward 3. 

Bunker Hill 48,202 

Phipps Street 76,740 

City Proper. 
Ward 6. 

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. 59 

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. 

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, 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 Mt. Hope Cemetery 
and one receiving tomb in Fairview Cemetery, Hyde Park. 



60 



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 
Trust Fund principal, 1922-23 
Interest on same, 1922-23 
Trust Fund principal, 1923-24 
Interest on same, 1923-24 



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 



Balance unexpended 

Expenditures, 1923: 

J. C. Coleman & Sons Company, loam furnished, 
final payment 



$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 26 
10,045 44 
42,210 70 
12,304 02 
43,924 14 
15,112 24 
49,555 99 
16,911 74 
48,759 50 
20,801 49 

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62 



City Document No. 19. 



Department Expenditures, 1923=24, as per Budget Sheet, January 31, 1924. 



Group and Item. 


Original 
Appropria- 
tion. 


Transfers 
To. 


Transfers 
From. 


Total Net 
Appropria- 
tion. 


Total Ex- 
penditures 
to Date. 


A. Personal Service as Per 


$104,003 06 

93,503 06 
8,500 00 
2,000 00 

13,203 00 

100 00 
50 00 
10 00 

150 00 

200 00 

23 00 

300 00 

400 00 

150 00 

480 00 

250 00 

10 00 

10 00 

11,000 00 

70 00 

3,000 00 

600 00 

525 00 

150 00 

50 00 

500 00 

75 00 

1,000 00 

4,710 00 

800 00 

50 00 

1,300 00 

1,500 00 

10 00 

25 00 

400 00 

500 00 

25 

100 00 

725 00 

25 00 

300 00 

400 00 

1,400 00 

1,300 00 

100 00 




$2,985 80 

1.247 73 
1,614 42 

123 65 

5.248 44 

16 

23 70 

9 75 

150 00 

59 85 

14 

30 36 

141 45 

150 00 


$101,017 26 

92,255 33 
6,885 58 
1,876 35 
9,168 56 

99 84 

26 30 

25 

140 15 

25 86 

344 64 

258 55 

480 00 
189 00 

146 00 

7,392 47 
65 50 

3,482 87 
591 68 
299 21 

147 00 
43 74 

847 07 

30 00 

1,524 17 

4,382 23 

799 93 

50 00 

1,556 57 

1,494 46 

33 75 

297 00 

27 

19 50 

130 75 
1,565 08 
18 39 
840 00 
706 69 
614 49 
456 78 
157 71 


$101,017 00 

92,255 33 
6,885 58 
1,876 35 
9,168 56 

99 84 
26 30 


Schedule A. 
Permanent employees 




Temporary employees. . . . 




Unassigned 




B. Service Other than Per- 
sonal. 
Postage 


$1,214 00 


Transportation of persons, 




Cartage and freight 




25 


Hire of teams and auto 






trucks. 




140 15 


Premium on surety bonds, 


3 00 
75 00 


25 86 
344 64 
258 55 


Motor vehicle repairs and 


care. 
Motorless vehicle repairs. . 










480 00 






61 00 

64 00 

10 00 

4,543 53 

4 50 

392 13 

8 32 

325 79 

3 00 

6 26 

2 93 

45 00 

83 

697 77 

07 


189 00 


Medical 


200 00 


146 00 






936 00 


7,392 47 
65 50 


Horseshoeing and clipping, 


0. Equipment 


875 00 


3,482 87 
591 68 


Motor vehicles 


Motorless vehicles 




299 21 


Stable 




147 00 


Furniture and fittings 




43 74 


Tools and instruments. . . . 


350 00 


847 07 
30 00 


General plant 


525 00 
370 00 


1,524 17 




4,382 23 
799 93 


Office 


Food and ice 




50 00 


Fuel 


300 00 


43 43 

5 54 

10 00 

1 25 

163 00 

499 73 

5 50 

29 25 
9 92 

6 61 


1,556 57 




1,494 46 








Laundry, cleaning, toilet. . 


10 00 


33 75 

297 00 


Motor vehicle 




27 


Chemicals and disinfec- 




19 50 


tants. 


60 00 

850 00 


130 75 


E. Materials 


1,565 08 




18 39 




540 00 

310 00 

75 00 


840 00 


General plant 


3 31 

860 51 

843 22 

17 29 


706 69 




614 49 


Pensions and annuities. . . . 


456 78 


Workingmen's compensa- 
tion. 


75 00 


157 71 


Totals 


$127,041 06 


$3,384 00 


$10,194 57 


$120,230 49 


$120,230 49 







Park Department. 



63 



Classification of the Expenditures in the Segregated Budget Items under 
Schedule A, Personal Service, from February 1, 1923, to January 31, 1924. 



Titles. 



A-l. Personal Service: 

Superintendent 

Clerk and stenographer 

Clerk and stenographer 

Clerk and stenographer 

Custodian 

Custodians 

Laborers and cemetery keepers . 

Custodian 

Clerk and stenographer 

Head gardener 

Stableman-chauffeur 

Tool sharpener 

Engineer 

Foreman 

Sexton 

Stonecutter 

Gardeners 

Powderman 

Treemen 

Laborers, etc 

Matron 

Matron 



$2,700 yr. 
$2,200 yr. 
$1,600 yr. 
$1,200 yr. 
$2,000 yr. 
$1,600 yr. 
$4.50 day. 
$4.50 day. 
$1,300 yr. 

$33 wk. 

$29 wk. 

$5 day. 
$5.50 day. 

$5 day. 

$30 wk. 

$5 day. 
$4.50 day. 
$4.50 day. 
$4.50 day. 

$4 day. 

S3 day. 

$18 wk. 



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$2,668 77 
2,200 00 
1,584 19 
1,039 61 
2,000 00 
4,800 00 
5,536 00 
1,366 00 
1,149 52 
1,721 50 
1,512 14 
1,565 00 
1,694 25 
1,565 00 
1,516 00 
1,516 00 

12,282 75 
1,336 50 
4,225 50 

39,913 10 
613 50 
450 00 



3.2 
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$2,668 77 
2,200 00 
1,584 19 
1,039 61 
2,000 00 
4,800 00 
5,536 00 
1,366 00 
1,149 52 
1,721 50 
1,512 14 
1,565 00 
1,694 25 
1,565 00 
1,516 00 
1,516 00 

12,282 75 
1,336 50 
4,225 50 

39,913 10 
613 50 
450 00 



Totals 

A-2. Temporary employees. 
A-3. Unassigned 



Totals . 



$92,255 33 
6,885 58 
1,876 35 

$101,017 26 



592,255 33 
6,885 58 
1,876 35 

$101,017 26 



64 



City Document No. 19. 



Money Earned for the City from 





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9,858 00 

11,528 50 

2,565 45 

1,271 00 

653 00 

514 00 

438 00 

368 00 

214 00 

114 00 

76 50 

25 00 

21 00 

15 00 

6 00 

5 00 

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$2,500 00 

1,427 00 

2,375 50 

593 30 

45 50 

134 00 

159 00 

106 00 

43 00 

87 00 

15 00 


$2,595 00 

1,240 00 

1,261 00 

564 60 


















$124 00 
22 50 


$22 00 
8 15 


$46 00 












385 00 

78 00 
122 00 

5 00 
130 00 

9 50 


78 50 


16 00 




Evergreen 






















22 00 


22 00 








Plants, sale, use 












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Totals '. 

Trust Fund 


$34,455 45 
10,127 50 


$7,485 30 
3,460 00 


$6,440 10 
4,410 00 


$247 00 
226 00 


$68 15 
120 00 


$46 00 








$44,582 95 


$10,945 30 


$10,850 10 


$473 00 


$188 15 


$46 00 






Total Trust Fund 


$210,246 57 

8,209 72 

464 75 


$35,090 00 
1,405 00 


$52,688 81 

2,050 54 

98 05 


$8,853 50 

334 26 

43 70 


$2,924 50 
112 38 








Bills due 1897-1924 













Park Department. 



65 



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1,266 50 
















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416 00 
















475 00 
















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18,633 50 


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$5 00 


$250 00 




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$5,000 00 
175 00 


$250 00 


$2,500 00 
100 00 


$2,500 00 
100 00 


$2,500 00 
100 00 


$2,500 00 
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67 



SUMMARY. 

A detailed statement of the work performed during 
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2,368 
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102 


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535 


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1,793 


187 


3,177 


1,250 


127 


110 


395 


211 


156 



Pension Tables. 





New. 


Deceased. 


Now on Roll. 


Paid. 


1911 


1 

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1 
2 




1 

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7 
7 
7 
9 
6 
6 
4 
3 
3 
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$140 63 


1912 




1,451 42 
2,365 98 
2,288 66 
2,551 09 
3,026 15 
2 750 68 


1913 


2 
2 


1914 


1915 


1916 


3 


1 
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1 
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1 


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1918 


1 


2,052 95 
1,901 32 
1,157 54 
1,064 28 
1,018 17 
456 78 


1919 


1920 




1921 




1922 




1 
2 


1923 












$22,225 65 



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