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ANNUAL REPORT 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT 



YEAR 1913 



Compliments of . . . 

L. K. Rourke, 

Commissioner of Public Works 
PLEASE EXCHANGE. 



CITY OF BOSTON 

PRINTING DEPARTMENT 

1914 




ANNUAL REPORT 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT 



YEAR 1913 




CITY OF BOvSTON 

PRINTING DEPARTMENT 

1914 







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CONTENTS. 



Part I. 



REPORT OF THE COMMISSIONER OF 
PUBLIC WORKS. 



PAGE 

Appropriations 2 

Contracts : 

Artificial stone sidewalks . . 16 

Ashes 36 

Asphalt pavement 18 

Bitulithic pavement 20 

Brick block pavement .... 23 

Bridge work 14 

Cleaning catch-basins .... 40 

Cleaning sewers 41 

Edgestones, gutters, etc.. . 32 

Electric fighting 16 

Ferry work 15 

Gas lighting 16 

Hired teams 13 

In force, made in previous 

years, Lighting Service, 16 
In force, made in previous 

years, Sanitary Service, 38 

Macadam 27 

Miscellaneous, Paving 

Service 34 

Miscellaneous, Sanitary 

Service 37,39 

Miscellaneous, Sewer 

Service 50 

Miscellaneous, Water 

Service 56 

Offal 36 



PAGE 

Paving and regulating. ... 31 

Pile driving 43 

Pumping station 49 

Sewerage works 44 

Snow and ice 39 

Water pipes, laying 52 

Water pipes, relaying 54 

Watering carts 38 

Wood block pavement 24 

Employees 80 

Expenditures 9 

Fmancial statement 8 

General review 5 

Maintenance, comparative 

table 10 

Organization 1 

Pavements, area of 60 

Pavements, changes in 63 

Pavements, length of 62 

Pavements, miles of. 61 

Personal property 64 

Physicians, report of 85 

Property 67 

Rainfall 59 

Revenue 11 

Snowfall 59 

Street mileage 61 

Veterinarian, report of 85 



IV 



Contents. 



Part II. — Appendix A. 



Administration expenses, Central Office. 



PAGE 

89 



Appendix B. 



REPORT OF THE DIVISION ENGINEER OF 
THE BRIDGE AND FERRY DIVISION. 

(Bridge Service.) 

(Page 90.) 



PAGE 

Appropriations (special) .... 100 
Appropriations, special, sum- 
mary of 105 

Ashland Street Bridge 107 

Boat landings 113 

Bridges, number of 97 

Broadway Bridge 107 

Chelsea Bridge North, re- 
building 108 

Chelsea Bridge South, re- 
building 107 

City base, elevations and 

datum 125 

Drawtenders' report 124 

Elevations, city base 125 

Expenditures 98 

Financial statement 96 

General review 90 

Income 106 

Lawndale Terrace Subway . . 113 

L Street Bridge, rebuilding . . Ill 
List of bridges: 

In charge of Bridge and 
Ferry Division, Bridge 

Service 114 



In charge of Bridge and 
Ferry Division and Park 
and Recreation Depart- 
ment 116 

Maintained by Metropol- 
itan Park Commission. . 118 
Maintained by railroad 

corporations 118 

Of which Boston main- 
tains the part within its 

limits 116 

Of which Boston main- 
tains the wearing sur- 
face 117 

Of which Boston pays a 
part of the cost of main- 
taining 117 

Recapitulation of bridges, 120 

Organization 90 

Pleasant Street Bridge 112 

Recommendations 94 

Saratoga Street Bridge . ... 112 
Small bridges or culverts .... 121 
Tides, highest and lowest 

recorded 126 

Width of bridge openings . . 122 
Work done 91 



Contents. 



REPORT OF THE DIVISION ENGINEER OF 
THE BRIDGE AND FERRY DIVISION. 

(Ferry Service.) 

(Page 128.) 



130 



135 
137 
131 

135 



Appropriations 

Appropriation (new ferry- 
boat), amounts paid from. 

Appropriations (special) .... 

Balance sheet 

Comparative balance sheet 
(5 years) 

Comparison of appropria- 
tions, receipts and ex- 
penditures (5 years) 132 

Difference in travel between 
ferries 140 

Expenditures 130 

Expenditures (5 years) 132 



Expenditures and receipts 

since 1858 136 

Ferryboats 130 

Ferry Ian ding , repairs, 

amounts paid from 137 

Financial statement 130 

Property in charge of divi- 
sion 129 

Receipts at each ferry 139 

Recommendations 129 

Ticket statement 140 

Total travel on both ferries 

(5 years) 141 

Work done 128 



Appendix C. 



REPORT OF THE DIVISION ENGINEER OF 
THE HIGHWAY DIVISION. 

General Review. 



(Page 142.) 

(Lighting Service.) 

(Page 147.) 



Arc lamps, total cost per 

lamp per annum 155 

Defects 149 

Electric lights, number and 

kind of 154 

Electric lights, cost of 154 

Expenditures 147 

Financial statement 147 

Gas lamps, number and 

kind of 151 

Gas lamps, total cost per 

lamp per annum 153 



Incandescent lamps, total cost 
per lamp per annum 

Lamps, number of, installed 
during year 

Lamps discontinued 

Number and style of lamps 
January 1, 1914 

Outages on street lamps .... 

Rebates 

Repairs 

Work done 



156 

149 
149 

151 
151 
151 
150 
149 



VI 



Contents. 



REPORT OF THE DIVISION ENGINEER 01] 
THE HIGHWAY DIVISION. 

(Paving Service.) 

(Page 157.) 



Artificial stone sidewalks, 

repairing same 324 

Asphalt, cost of patching, 
10 years: 

Trinidad Lake 327 

Sicilian rock 336 

Seyssel rock 341 

Summary 342 

Assessment streets, work 

done 161 

Bitulithic pavement: 

Cost of patching, 10 years, 343 

Summary of 344 

Bonds for permits 325 

Dirt and street cleanings 

removed 320 

Electric fight poles 325 

Expenditures, detail of: 
Arlington Street Exten- 
sion 191 

Harvard avenue 191 

Highways, making of 191 

Norfolk Street Widening.. 191 

Old Colony avenue 191 

Pleasant Street Widening, 191 

Street improvements 191 

Thatcher Street Extension, 191 

Union Park street 191 

Expenditures, objects of . . . . 193 

Financial statement 191 

General review 157 

Income 191 

Macadam streets, mainte- 
nance of 318 

New brick sidewalk s ; by 

districts 319 

New edgestones, by districts, 319 

Notices 325 

Permits 323 

Permits, revenue from 324 



PAGE 

Plans 326 

Roadway defects 325 

Sidewalk defects 324 

Snow and ice removed by 

contract 321 

Snow and ice removed by 

districts by day labor. . 321 
Snow, summary of volume 

and cost of 322 

Street numbering 325 

Street openings 323 

Streets: 

Paved with asphalt on 

concrete base 15^ 

Paved with bitulithic on 

concrete base 1 . ) 

Paved with brick blocks 

on concrete base 1C i 

Paved with granite blocks 
on concrete or gravel 

base 157 

Paved with wood blocks 

on concrete base 158 

With smooth pavement . . . 326 
Work done: 

By contract, summary 188 

By day labor, summary . . 190 
By department force, de- 
tail of (between pages 
308, 309). 
Charged to Harvard ave- 
nue 244 

Charged to highways, mak- 
ing of 250 

Charged to highways, mak- 
ing of, recapitulation of, 315 
Charged to Norfolk street, 244 
Charged to Old Colony 

avenue 245 

Charged to Pleasant street, 245 



Contents. 



vii 



PAGE 

Charged to regular and 
street improvements ap- 
propriations 197 

Charged to tunnel under 
tracks (Lawndale ter- 
race) 247 

Charged to Thatcher 
street 247 



Charged to regular and 
street improvements ap- 
propriations, recapitula- 
tion of 308 

Charged to Union Park 

street 247 

General law streets 179 



REPORT OF THE DIVISION ENGINEER OF 
THE HIGHWAY DIVISION. 



(Sanitary Service.) 
(Page 345.) 



PAGE 

Appropriations, special 346 

Ashes collected by contract, 

number of loads 358 

Car 3* capacity of 358 

Cai j number of 362 

Exp aditures, items of 350 

Financial statement 345 

Force employed on house . 

• dirt and ashes 356 

Force employed on house 

offal 356 

Force employed on waste 

and rubbish 357 

Horseshoeing. 353 

Maintenance 345 

Materials : 
Amount expended on offal, 
ashes and rubbish by dis- 
tricts 355 

Ashes and house dirt re- 
moved (5 years) 356 

Collected by districts 359 

Cost of collecting and dis- 
posing of refuse by con- 
tract 361 

Cost of collecting and dis- 
posing of refuse by day 
labor (between pages 
362, 363). 



PAGE 

Final disposition of all 

material 360 

Garbage removed (5 years) , 357 
Number of loads of mate- 
rial collected from Feb- 
ruary 1, 1907, to Janu- 
ary 29, 1914 357 

Offal collected by contract, 

number of loads 358 

Waste and rubbish re- 
moved (5 years) 357 

Weight of material 359 

Refuse collected, detail of 
(between pages 362, 363). 

Revenue 345, 349 

Sanitary districts 363 

Shops 352 

Transfer stations, cost of . . . 346 
Work done: 

Charged to Albany Street 

Transfer Station 346 

Charged to Fort Hill 

Wharf Transfer Station, 346 
Charged to South Street 

Transfer Station 347 

Charged to Ward Street 

Transfer Station 348 



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Contents. 



REPORT OF THE DIVISION ENGINEER OF 
THE HIGHWAY DIVISION. 

(Street Cleaning and Oiling Service.) 
(Page 364.) 



Cost of labor and teaming by 

months 377 

Expenditures, distribution of, 378 

Expenditures, items of 364 

Financial statement 364 

Flushing streets 372 

Hay, straw, oats, etc., 

amount used 369 

Horses, distribution of 369 

Horses, cost of maintaining, 370 

Push-cart patrol, by districts, 373 



PAGE 

Rolling stock, distribution of, 369 

Snow work 371 

Streets : 

Area watered and cost per 

square yard 376 

Cleaned, miles of 368 

Cleaned, total cost of ... . 369 

Swept by machines 374 

Treated with oil, cost of . . 375 

Watered, cost by months . 377 

Watered, total cost of ... . 369 



Appendix D. 



REPORT ,OF THE DIVISION ENGINEER OF 
THE SEWER AND WATER DIVISION. 

General Review. 
(Page 379.) 

(Sewer Service.) 
(Page 390.) 

PAGE 

Catch-basins built 437 

Catch-basins cleaned by con- 
tract 402 

Catch-basins built, charged 

to sewerage works 416 

Catch-basins built, charged 

to separate systems of 

drainage 433 

Catch-basins, new, paid for, 420, 434 
Coal contracts, pumping sta- 
tion (Supply Department), 401 
Entrance fees, permits and 

assessments 437 

Expenditures: 

Maintenance 393 

Maintenance, detail of . . . 396 



Maintenance, detail of, re- 




capitulation of 


400 


Separate systems of drain- 






424 


Separate systems of drain- 






4?5 


Sewerage works, detail of . 


403 


Financial statement 


392 


Horses, cost of maintaining . . 


438 


Land-taking, executions of 




court . . 


415 


Machinery hired, rates paid 




for 


438 


Manholes (new) 


422 


Miles of sewers February 1, 




1914 


439 



Contents. 



IX 



PAGE 

Moon Island construction. . . 414 

Pumping, average cost per 

million foot-gallons 442 

Pumping Station, Calf Pas- 
ture, engines and pumps . . 440 

Pumping Station, Calf Pas- 
ture, repairs 441 

Pumping Station, Calf Pas- 
ture, work done 413 

Pumps, Calf Pasture, average 

lift and duty 440 

Recommendations 379 

Refuse, from filth hoist 444 

Regulators, gates, etc., cared 

for 443 

Sewers and surface drains 
built by city, charged to 
separate systems of drain- 
age 425 



Schedule of sewers built to 

date 439 

Sewers built by contract 
force account (between 
pages 402, 403). 
Sewers built by day labor 
force account (between 
pages 402, 403). 
Sewers built charged to sew- 
erage works 404 

Summary of sewer construc- 
tion (12 months) 438 

Summary of sewer construc- 
tion (5 years) 439 

Siphons 443 

Sludge account 444 

Work done 379 

Work done, main drainage. . 442 
Work in charge of division . . 390 



REPORT OF THE DIVISION ENGINEER 
THE SEWER AND WATER DIVISION. 

(Water Service.) 
(Page 445.) 



OF 



PAGE 

Abatements 462 

Applicat ions for new pipes . . . 462 
Automobiles, cost of oper- 
ating 447 

Construction, cost of 451 

Consumption of water 487 

Contracts, Supply Depart- 
ment 452 

Distribution 487 

Distribution branch 464 

Elevators 463 

Expenditures 445 

Expenditures , detail of 445 

Expenditures, comparison of, 449 

Financial statement 445 

Fire pipes 464 

Fixtures 462 

Fountains changed 476 

Fountains, description of . . . 469 
Fountains, established and 

abandoned 476 



PAGE 

Fountains, number of 468 

Fountains repaired 477 

High pressure fire service ex- 
penditures 448 

Hydrants established and 

changed 470 

Hydrants, blow-off and res- 
ervoir pipes 466 

Hydrants repaired 471 

Hydrants, total number of, 

January 31, 1914 467 

Hydrants, total number and 
kind of, established and 

abandoned 470 

Ice for drinking fountains . . . 448 
Income and Meter Branch . . 453 
Main pipe work, mainte- 
nance of 469 

Meters: 

Applied 460 

Changed 459 



Contents. 



Meters : 

Condemned 457 

Discontinued 460 

In service January 31, 

1914 456 

Installed 454 

On hand January 31, 

1914 455 

Purchased 457 

Repaired 458 

Set 479 

Meter repairs 480 

Meter system, comparative 

table, eight years 453 

Metropolitan district data . . 488 

Motors 463 

Receipts 445 

Receipts, comparison of ... . 449 

Reserve Fund 448 

Service pipes: 

Abandoned and plugged . . 473 

Cost of laying 473 

Detail of 474 

Laid and abandoned 472 

Maintenance of 469 



PAGE 

Repairs, cost of 475 

Total number and length, 468 
Shops: 

Blacksmith 484 

Carpenter 485 

Electrical 486 

Machine 481 

Pattern 486 

Plumbing 486 

Miscellaneous 487 

Water: 

Average monthly heights 
at different stations 
(between pages 486, 487) . 

Debt 451 

Sinking Fund 451 

Water pipes, total length of, 465 
Water posts established and 

abandoned 478 

Water post repairs 479 

Water rates, comparative 

statement 461 

Water, turning off and on. . 463 

Waste, prevention of 452 

Work done 387 



Appendix E. 



REPORT OF THE COMMISSIONERS FOR THE 
BOSTON AND CAMBRIDGE BRIDGES. 



(Page 489.) 



PAGE 

Anderson Bridge 489 

Bridges in charge of com- 
mission 489 

Brookline Street Bridge 490 

Draw openings 493 



Drawtenders' reports 494 

Expenditures 492 

Maintenance 490 

Recommendations 491 

Work done 489 



DOCUMENT NUMBERS OF ANNUAL REPORTS. 

(Page 495.) 



ANNUAL REPORT 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT 



YEAR ENDING JANUARY 31, 1914. 



Boston, February 2, 1914. 

Hon. James M. Curley, 

Mayor of the City of Boston: 

Sir, — In compliance with the Revised Ordinances, 
the annual report of the operations and expenses of the 
Public Works Department for the year ending January 
31, 1914, is herewith respectfully submitted. The 
Public Works Department, created by Ordinances of 
1910, chapter 9, was formed by consolidating the Engi- 
neering, Water and Street Departments. 

Organization. 

The work of the department has been carried on 
during the year with four main divisions, as follows : 

Central Office. Sewer and Water Division. 

Highway Division. Bridge and Ferry Division. 

Note. — The Boston and Cambridge Bridge Division, 
so called, is not properly a division of the Public Works 



2 City Document No. 26. 

Department, as this work is in charge of a commission 
of two, one member appointed by the Mayor of Boston 
and the other by the Mayor of Cambridge, under the 
provisions of chapter 412 of the Acts of 1904; but because 
of the fact that the present Division Engineer of the 
Bridge and Ferry Division is the Boston member of 
this commission and also because one-half of the expenses 
of this commission is defrayed by the Bridge and Ferry 
Division of this department, it is here treated as a 
division of this department. 

Appropriations. 

The money assigned for the work of the Public Works 
Department during the year was made available from 
the following sources: 

First. — Maintenance appropriation, derived from the 
income of the city raised by taxation. Before the 
beginning of the financial year, February 1, the depart- 
ment estimates of the amounts necessary for the proper 
maintenance of the different services are submitted to 
the Mayor, who makes such recommendations as he 
may deem proper to the City Council. The mainte- 
nance appropriations, including permanent construc- 
tion, as passed by the City Council and approved by 
the Mayor, were as follows : 

Central Office $80,000 00 

Bridge and Ferry Division 597,000 00 

Highway Division 3,670,000 00 

Sewer and Water Division, Sewer Service . . 380,000 00 



$4,727,000 00 
Water Service 895,000 00 



$5,622,000 00 



Boston and Cambridge Bridges.* 

Second. — Loan inside the debt limit for building new 
streets assessable on abutting property, authorized by 
chapter 393 of the Acts of 1906. (Paving Service.) 

Amount expended during the year . . . $265,583 18 

Third. — Loan inside the debt limit under the pro- 
visions of chapter 426 of the Acts of 1897, as amended 

* Paid by Bridge and Ferry Division. 



Public Works Department. 3 

by chapter 204 of the Acts of 1908, from which all 
sewerage works are built, except those in the Charles 
River Basin watershed. (Sewer Service.) 



Balance, February 1, 1913 
Loans .... 

Total .... 
Expended during the year 



$193,117 36 
600,000 00 

$793,117 36 
536,099 47 



Balance January 31, 1914 .... $257,017 89 

Fourth. — Loan under the provisions of chapter 383 of 
the Acts of 1907, as amended by chapter 485 of the 
Acts of 1907, by chapter 514 of the Acts of 1908 and by 
chapter 612 of the Acts of 1911. Amended by chapter 
348 of the Acts of 1912, which provides that the City 
of Boston shall in the year 1913 expend $400,000 and 
in each of the next four years shall expend $400,000, to 
be met by loan inside the debt limit. (Sewer Service.) 

Balance February 1, 1913 $119,615 74 

Loans 400,000 00 



Total $519,615 74 

Expended during the year 455,997 19 



Balance January 31, 1914 .... $63,618 55 

Fifth. — Loan inside the debt limit under the pro- 
visions of chapter 312 of the Acts of 1911 for the installa- 
tion of a High Pressure Fire Service. (Water Service.) 

Balance February 1, 1913 $127,244 45 

Loan 235,000 00 



Total $362,244 45 

Expended during the year 227,823 81 



Balance January 31, 1914 . . . $134,420 64 

$150,000 loan authorized but not issued. 

Sixth. — Special Appropriations. 

From Loans: 

Loan inside the debt limit under the provisions of 
chapter 412 of the Acts of 1913, for the construction 



4 City Document No. 26. 

of a new bridge over Belle Islet Inlet, between the City 
of Boston and the town of Winthrop. (Bridge Service.) 

Loan, Winthrop Bridge $55,000 00 



Balance January 31, 1914 .... $55,000 00 

Chelsea Bridge North. (Bridge Service.) 

Balance February 1, 1913 $217,469 83 

Revenue during year 7,500 00 



Total $224,969 83 

Expended during the year 160,368 03 



Balance January 31, 1914 .... $64,601 80 

Chelsea Bridge South. (Bridge Service.) 

Loan $75,000 00 

Expended during the year 33,347 17 



Balance January 31, 1914 .... $41,652 83 

Meridian Street Bridge. (Bridge Service.) 

Balance February 1, 1913 . $39,545 67 

Expended during the year 21,077 87 



Balance January 31, 1914 .... $18,467 80 



Broadway Bridge Rebuilding 



Balance February 1, 1913 
Loan .... 

Total .... 
Expended during the year 



$37,160 67 
" 115,000 00 

$152,160 67 
3,496 69 



Balance January 31, 1914 . . . . $148,663 98 

Everett Street, Brighton, Property (to be Used for a 

Refuse Destructor Plant). (Sanitary Service.) 
Balance February 1, 1913 $23,000 00 



Balance January 31, 1914 .... $23,000 00 



Public Woeks Department. 5 

Land and Buildings, Refuse Station. (Sanitary Service.) 

Balance February 1, 1913 $61,110 85 

Expended during the year 45,527 53 

Balance January 31, 1914 .... $15,583 32 

Refuse Destructor Site, Spectacle Island. (Sanitary 

Service.) 

Balance February 1, 1913 $15,000 00 

Balance January 31, 1914 .... $15,000 00 

Service Mains and Relaying Mains. (Water Service.) 

Transferred from Water Service surplus . . $200,000 00 
Expended during the year 86,945 40 

Balance January 31, 1914 .... $113,054 60 



General Remarks. 

The work accomplished by the Public Works Depart- 
ment during the past year has been satisfactory, con- 
sidering the amount expended, $7,849,538.08. A great 
deal more work should have been done if the money 
had been available, particularly along the line of so- 
called permanent paving. The policy of the depart- 
ment of doing practically all new construction work by 
contract and using the day labor force for maintenance 
has been continued with satisfactory results. 

It is recommended that more money be made avail- 
able for the construction of sewerage works and the 
laying out and construction of private ways as public 
ways. There are in the city to-day something over 
2,000 private ways, a considerable percentage of which 
are built up, and the residents of these private ways 
should be entitled to the same benefits which others 
receive who live on public streets. 

A brief summary of the chief activities of the various 
divisions of the Public Works Department follows. 

Bridge and Ferry Division. 

Chelsea North Bridge was practically finished this 
year. The old single waterway 60 feet in width has 
been replaced by two waterways each 125 feet in width, 



6 City Document No. 26. 

with a depth of 30 feet at low water, thus opening up 
the Mystic River Basin to navigation for the largest 
vessels. 

The temporary Chelsea South Bridge is also practi- 
cally completed. 

The work of rebuilding L Street Bridge and strength- 
ening the same to provide for street car traffic was 
finished. An electric motor was substituted for steam 
power for the operation of the draw span. 

Pleasant Street Bridge over the Tremont Street Sub- 
way was widened and rebuilt during the year in con- 
nection with the widening of Pleasant street. 

The construction of a subway for foot travel under 
the New York, New Haven & Hartford Railroad at 
Lawndale terrace, Jamaica Plain, was completed. 

During the year two temporary public landings, one 
at Northern Avenue Bridge and the other at Summer 
Street Bridge, Fort Point channel, were completed and 
opened for public use. 

The abolishment of the grade crossing on Saratoga 
street, East Boston, was completed on December 6,1913. 

In the Ferry Service a system of checking the col- 
lection of tolls for team traffic was put in operation and 
is working successfully. 

A great amount of repair work was done on the 
ferry landings and boats, and the condition of the plant 
is better to-day than it has been for some years. 

Highway Division. 

The expenditures for 1913 exceeded those for 1912 
by $310,541.61. This increase in expenditures is chiefly 
accounted for by the general increase in wages and the 
increased cost of the Sanitary Service. The increased 
cost of the Sanitary Service amounts to approximately 
$134,000 and was due chiefly to the loss of the inland 
dumps, which means long hauls and consequent increased 
teaming charges. 

The Paving Service of this division has continued its 
policy of extending the permanent pavements in the 
outlying districts as far as the money allotted would 
permit. Approximately 80,000 yards of permanent 
work were laid during the year, consisting of bitulithic 
surface on Washington street, Brighton, and South and 
Centre streets, Jamaica Plain; wood block on Washing- 
ton street, Dorchester, and Warren avenue in the South 
End. Very little waterbound macadam was laid, but 



Public Works Department. 7 

a large amount of tar and asphalt macadam were laid, 
on which work was used about 90,000 tons of stone and 
over a half million gallons of tar and asphalt binder. 

In the Lighting Service the old style hoods and 
inclosed arc lamps have all been changed to magnetite 
arc lamps in the Charlestown district. Gas lamps in 
the city proper have all been replaced by magnetite 
arc lamps or tungsten lamps. The proposed street- 
lighting contracts, both for gas and electricity, have not 
as yet been accepted. 

Sewer and Water Division. 

The Sewer Service has been extended as far as the 
appropriation would permit, and the radical improve- 
ments of sewerage conditions in the South End are well 
under way, contract having been let for the construc- 
tion of a pumping station at the corner of Union Park 
and Albany streets which, when completed, will be the 
largest automatic sewage underground pumping station 
in the world; and this station will keep the storm water 
from flooding the low yards and alleys in the South End 
district as far as the improvement has been extended. 
The new 56,000,000 gallon pumps at the Calf Pasture 
have been installed, but as yet have not been accepted 
because of certain changes demanded by the city which 
the contractor has not made. 

In the Water Service 3| miles of old mains in the 
East Boston, city proper, Dorchester and West Roxbury 
districts were cleaned, thereby practically restoring their 
original carrying capacity. Eight and one-third miles 
of mains too small for modern fire protection were relaid 
in Back Bay, Roxbury, Dorchester and Hyde Park. In 
Dorchester a notable improvement has been made in 
the three-flat district. The Hyde Park fire protection, 
which was entirely inadequate, has been made satis- 
factory. Eleven miles of new mains, ranging in size from 
8 to 16 inches, were laid by contract during the year. 
Two hundred and forty-five hydrants and 1,443 service 
pipes were established and 7,406 meters were installed. 

A gratifying reduction in the consumption through- 
out the city was effected, the per capita rate having been 
reduced from 125 gallons in 1912 to 108 in 1913, 
representing a saving of about 10,000,000 gallons per 
day. 

Reports in detail of the work accomplished by the 
department and the cost thereof are herewith annexed. 



City Document No. 26. 



Financial Statement of the Public Works Department, 
February 1, 1913, to January 31, 1914. 
Maintenance. 



Division. 



Appropria- 
tions and 
Transfers 

during 
1913-14. 



Revenue. 



Total 
Credits. 



Expendi- 
tures for the 
twelve months 
ending Janu- 
ary 31, 1914. 



Balances, 
Januarv 
31, 1914. 



Central Office 

Bridge and Ferry Division, 

Bridge Service 

Ferry Service 

Highway Division 

Lighting Service 

Paving Service 

Sanitary Service 



i $80,159 50 
= 567,000 00 



3 3,769,840 50 



$1,189 63 

. 289 13 

900 00 

* 98,805 44 



$80,159 50 
568,189 63 



*3,868,645 94 



Street Cleaning and Oil- 
ing Service 



Sewer and Water Division: 
Sewer Service 



Water Service. 



* 380,000 00 
s 899,338 91 



* 22,692 59 
75,199 43 

913 42 

7,208 91 



387,208 91 
899,338 91 



$80,159 50 
566,894 91 
289,167 52 
277,727 39 
3,867,124 70 
795,880 53 
* 1,392,468 22 
925,318 56 

753,457 39 

387,120 67 
899,338 91 



,294 72 



1,521 24 



88 24 



Totals $5,696,338 91 $107,203 98 $5,803,542 89 



$5,800,638 69 $2,904 20 



* Includes refund of $616.62 overpayment. 



Appropriation 

Transferred from Highway Division 



2 Appropriation 
Revenue . 



Transferred to Highway Division 



3 Appropriation 
Revenue . 



Transferred from Bridge and Ferry Division 
Transferred from Printing Department 
Transferred from Reserve Fund . 
Transferred from City Debt Requirements, Interest 



Transferred to Central Office 



$SO,000 00 
159 50 



8597,000 00 
1,189 63 



$59S,189 63 
30,000 00 



3,670,000 00 
98,805 44 

3,768,805 44 
30,000 00 
25,000 00 
25,000 00 
20,000 00 

3,868,805 44 
159 50 



$80,159 50 



$568,189 63 



$3,868,645 94 



4 Appropriation 
Revenue . 



B Appropriation 
Transferred 



$380,000 00 
7,208 91 


$387,208 91 




$S95,000 00 
4,338 91 


$899,338 91 





Public Works Department. 



The expenditures under the several appropriations for 
the year 1913 were as follows: 



Division. 


Current 
Expenses. 


Special 
Appropria- 
tions. 


Total 
Expenditures. 


Balances, 

Januarv 31, 

1914. 




$80,159 50 

289,167 52 
277,727 39 

795,880 53 
» 1,392,468 22 

925,318 56 

753,457 39 

387,120 67 
899,338 91 




$80,159 50 

657,485 29 
285,259 90 

795,880 53 
1,713,123 93 

970,846 09 

753,457 39 

1,379,217 33 
1,214,108 12 




Bridge and Ferry Division: 

Bridge Service 


$368,317 77 
7,532 51 


$349,112 55 
515 60 


Highway Division: 


296,411 48 


Paving Service 


320,655 71 
45,527 53 


21,556 04 
53,583 32 


Street Cleaning and Oiling 




Sewer and Water Division: 


992,096 66 
314,769 21 


320,636 44 




2 247,475 24 








$5,800,638 69 


$2,048,899 39 


$7,849,538 08 


$1,289,290 67 







1 Includes $616.62 overpayment refunded. 

2 Does not include $150,000 authorized but not issued. 



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Revenue. 

Collected by City Collector on Account of the Public Works 

Department (Maintenance Account) and Credited to 

General Revenue, as per Collector. 

Bridge Service: 
Sale of old material 
Sale of horses .... 

Ferry Service : 

Tolls 

Rents 

Sale of old material 
Headhouse privileges . 
Commission on telephone stations, 



$25 86 
340 10 


$365 96 
105,037 02 


$103,797 50 
514 00 

74 00 
600 00 

51 52 



Lighting Service : 

Rents 

Paving Service: 

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walks 

Permits 

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Sale of buggy and cart 

Sale of old material 

Hire of steam roller 

Hyde Park sidewalk assessments 

Sanitary Service: 
Sale of manure .... 
Sale of offal — Hyde Park . 
Sale of old material 
Hire of dumping scows 
Hire of teams .... 

Refund from building run at Fort 

Hill Wharf 

Dumping boat service . 

Street Cleaning Service : 

Rent 

Sale of old barrels .... 

Sewer Service: 

Sewer Assessments 

Sewer Assessments — Hyde Park, 

Entrance fees 

Disposal of sewerage 

Carried forward . 



1,200 00 



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31,572 92 

1,117 17 

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948 49 

39 75 

69 40 



$878 58 


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4,854 


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6,423 


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62,065 60 



7,259 17 



603 50 



$15,255 51 $176,531 25 



12 



City Document No. 26. 



Brought forward 
Rents 

Sale of horse . 
Sale of Junk . 
Labor and material 



Water Service: 

Water rates ! 

Off and on for non-payment 

Fees for summonses 

Labor and material for construc- 
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mains, service pipes and other 
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Sale of merchandise 

Sale of old materials 

Interest on Bank deposits 

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$15,255 51 

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147 25 

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15,697 26 



3,031,600 36 



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St. Botolph street and N. Y„ N. H. & H. R. R., 
from 105 feet southwest of Follen and Garrison 
streets; South Margin street, between Hale and 
Staniford streets, city proper. 


feet beyond Station street; Tremont street, Lin- 
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square, Charlestown. 

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streets; C street, between Broadway and West 
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street and Broadway; West Fourth street, be- 
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Gold street, between railroad bridge and A street; 
Gold street, between B and C streets; West 
Sixth street, between E and D streets, South 
Boston. 


streets, Dorchester'; Washington street, westerly 
side, between Brattle and Hanover streets; Port- 
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The following table shows the snowfall and rainfall 
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The building of Stadium Bridge, North Harvard 
street, shows pavements increased 213 square yards. 

Corrections to previous measurements on account of 
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Total net increase, 5.34 miles or 91,520 square yards. 

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Miles. Milea. Miles. 

1859 111.50 1885 379.60 1900 489.55 

1871 201.32 1886 383.55 1901 491.85 

1872 207.40 1887 390.30 1902 496.90 

1873 209.24 1888 392.72 1903 499.85 

1874 313.90 1889 397.84 1904 500.39 

1875 318.58 1890 404.60 1905 502.20 

1876 327.50 1891 409.60 1906 502.80 

1877 333.20 1892 434.59 1907 510.04 

1878 340.39 1893 443.34 1908 511.60 

1879 345.19 1894 447.65 1909 514.28 

1880 350.54 1895 452.12 1910 518.63 

1881 355.50 1896 456.11 1911 521.21 

1882 359.85 1897 459.12 1912 561.36 

1883 367.99 1898 471.19 1913 567.51 

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Public Woeks Department. 63 

The following changes in pavement were made during 
the year: 

0.00 mile or 49 square yards asphalt changed to granite block. 

0.06 mile or 1,286 square yards asphalt changed to wood block. 

0.02 mile or 188 square yards asphalt changed to bitulithic. 

0.00 mile or 55 square yards granite block changed to asphalt. 

0.40 mile or 6,403 square yards granite block changed to wood block. 

0.41 mile or 3,353 square yards granite block changed to bitulithic. 

0.00 mile or 95 square yards granite block changed to macadam. 

0.02 mile or 471 square yards plank on bridges changed to wood block. 

0.02 mile or 290 square yards plank on bridges changed to macadam. 

0.00 mile or 52 square yards brick changed to wood block. 

0.08 mile or 501 square yards cobble changed to granite block. 

0.06 mile or 340 square yards macadam changed to asphalt. 

0.33 mile or 11,487 square yards macadam changed to granite block. 

1.24 miles or 32,653 square yards macadam changed to wood block. 

0.02 mile or 343 square yards macadam changed to brick. 

0.81 mile or 20,058 square yards macadam changed to bitulithic. 

0.05 mile or 2,074 square yards gravel changed to granite block. 

0.00 mile or 9 square yards gravel changed to wood block. 

0.00 mile or 4 square yards gravel changed to bitulithic. 

8.17 miles or 130,415 square yards gravel changed to macadam. 

0.00 mile or 1,467 square yards not graded changed to asphalt. 

0.30 mile or 15,494 square yards not graded changed to granite block. 

0.00 mile or 725 square yards not graded changed to brick. 

0.00 mile or 2,119 square yards not graded changed to bitulithic. 

0.17 mile or 2,856 square yards not graded changed to macadam. 

0.02 mile or 275 square yards not graded changed to gravel. 

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missioners during the year show: 

Asphalt decreased 0.01 mile or 45 square yards. 
Granite block decreased 0.06 mile or 1,045 square yards. 
Wood block increased 0.00 mile or 2,881 square yards. 
Brick increased 0.00 mile or 119 square yards. 
Macadam increased 0.70 mile or 10,212 square yards. 
Gravel increased 4.43 miles or 68,463 square yards. 
Not graded increased 0.07 mile or 4,873 square yards. 

The building of Stadium Bridge shows North Harvard 
street at Stadium Bridge: 

Macadam increased 0.00 mile or 213 square yards. 

Corrections on account of revision and other causes 
show: 

Asphalt increased 0.01 mile or 98 square yards. 

Granite block increased 0.11 mile or 2,333 square yards. 

Wood block decreased 0.00 mile or 52 square yards. 

Plank on bridges decreased 0.02 mile or 288 square yards. 

Brick decreased 0.00 mile or 40 square yards. 

Bitulithic increased 0.01 mile or decreased 15 square yards. 

Macadam increased 0.31 mile or 7,421 square yards. 

Gravel decreased 0.25 mile or 3,170 square yards. 

Not graded increased 0.04 mile or decreased 438 square yards. 



64 



City Document No. 26. 



List of Personal Property of the Public Works Depart- 
ment on Hand February 1, 1914, and Estimated Value 
of Same, Allowing for Depreciation. 



Central Office. 



1 automobile 

Robes .... 

Supplies for automobile 



Bridge Service. 



6 horses 

6 wagons . 

7 buggies . 
9 harnesses 

16 blankets 

3 robes 

2 automobiles 

1 auto truck 
Supplies, tools and machinery 



Ferry Service. 

7 ferryboats 

Tools, machinery and supplies 



$450 00 
22 00 
45 00 

$517 00 



$1,950 00 

360 00 

210 00 

108 00 

12 00 

15 00 

2,300 00 

2,000 00 

8,600 00 

$15,555 00 



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30,000 00 

$250,000 00 



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9,997 mantle gas lamps "1 

17 triplicate gas lamps j 

95 double gas lamps \ 

159 fire gas lamps j 

4,718 arc lamps 

3,507 tungsten lamps 

2 horses 

2 buggies 

1 auto and supplies 

2 robes . 

1 sleigh 

2 harnesses . 



posts 



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650 00 


60 00 


800 00 


20 00 


10 00 


40 00 



$121,580 00 



Public Works Department. 



65 





Paving Service. 








2 autos . $1,000 00 


260 blankets 














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28 buggies 














870 00 


11 pungs 














220 00 


7 sleighs 














140 00 


10 jiggers 




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31 wagons 














1,860 00 


10 caravans 














1,000 00 


3 horse sweepers 












240 00 


3 road scrapers . 












1,200 00 


3 road machines . 












1,800 00 


14 street watering carts 












2,500 00 


96 dump carts 












10,000 00 


116 horses 












37,700 00 


19 snow levels 












3,800 00 


21 section rollers . 












2,100 00 


12 steam rollers 












21,200 00 


35 desks 












300 00 


2,301 picks . 












1,150 00 


1,989 shovels 












1,193 40 


Supplies, tools, machinery, surveying instruments, 


engineers' supplies, etc. .... 


50,000 00 


$139,033 40 


Sanitary Service. 


2 automobiles . $1,800 00 


2 auto trucks . 






6,000 00 


299 horse blankets 






299 00 


28 buggies 






1,600 00 


197 carts .... 






14,000 00 


251 harnesses 






5,600 00 


315 shovels 






156 00 


206 horses .... 






66,950 00 


91 wagons 






4,500 00 


23 desks .... 






460 00 


5 sleighs .... 






50 00 


109 pungs .... 






1,000 00 


Miscellaneous tools, washing 


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3 scows 


30,000 00 




$172,415 00 



66 



City Document No. 26. 



Street Cleaning and Oiling Service. 



3 autos .... 
139 carts .... 

23 buggies 

27 street watering carts . 

11 wagons 
210 harnesses 
178 horses .... 

42 street sweeping machines 

10 flushing machines 
112 push carts . 

713 street sweeping brooms 

714 shovels 

657 picks .... 
Miscellaneous supplies, etc. 



$2,100 00 

9,730 00 

920 00 

2,700 00 

900 00 

2,500 00 

57,850 00 

8,400 00 

4,000 00 

224 00 

500 00 

500 00 

459 90 

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Sewer Service. 




4 automobiles 


$2,500 00 


46 horses . 














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31 wagons 
















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22 buggies 
















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27 carts 
















2,700 00 


2 caravans 
















250 00 


71 harnesses 
















2,130 00 


90 blankets 
















120 00 


11 sleighs . 
















220 00 


614 shovels 
















428 40 


507 pails 
















304 20 


Derricks, pumps, dynamo, boilers, engineers' tools 


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480,000 00 




$505,812 60 


Water Service. 




5 automobiles . 


$6,000 00 


57 horses 
















18,525 00 


40 wagons . 
















2,200 00 


14 buggies . 
















280 00 


10 sleighs 
















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12 pungs 
















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Employees. 

The following tables show the number of requisitions 
made on the Civil Service Commission for men; the 
number appointed, reinstated, died, resigned, discharged 
and retired; also the grade and number of employees 
in the department: 



Requisitions made on the Civil Service Commission 

Requisitions canceled 

Certifications returned, no selection made 

Number of men called 

Number of men certified .... 
Number of men appointed .... 
Provisional appointments made permanent 
Applications made for promotions 

Promotions allowed 

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Reinstatements not allowed 

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Number of men discharged . 

Number of men died 

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Number of laborers retired .... 

Number of transfers to other departments 

Number of transfers from other departments 



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* Fourteen of these men were on the eligible list February 1, 1913. 



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534 


558 


515 


188 


219 


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186 


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538 


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166 


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113 




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* Includes eight Central Office employees who are paid on Water Service pay roll. 



Report of Examining Physicians. 

Number of accidents to employees reported 
Number of employees examined for retirement 
Number of employees treated . . . . 

Report of Chief Veterinarian. 

Horses died 

Horses condemned and killed . . 

Horses sold at public auction 



Horses bought 





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57 



Respectfully submitted, 

L. K. Rourke, 
Commissioner of Public Works. 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT— ORGANIZATION CHART. 




PART II. 

APPENDICES. 



APPENDIX A. 


Appropriation .... 


$80,000 00 


Transferred from Highway Division 159 50 


Salary, commissioner 


$9,000 00 


Salaries, clerks, stenographers 


60,836 94 


Automobile expense: 




Wages of chauffeur $1,113 00 


Electric light at garage 10 75 


Gasolene . . . * 385 87 


Oil soap and grease 37 10 


Tubes, cases, repairs 




and supplies, . 540 44 


Registration . 15 5C 


) 




9 109 (\(\ 




i..jw_ UO 


Books, papers and office expense 


437 77 


Stationery 


742 41 


Telephones, rentals and calls . 


2,981 22 


Printing 


3,173 76 


Postage 


384 11 


Travel expense .... 


200 63 


Expert services, real estate 


300 00 



,159 50 



,159 50 



* $76.93 furnished other Service (452 gallons). 



89 



90 City Document No. 26. 



APPENDIX B. 



REPORT OF THE DIVISION ENGINEER OF THE 
BRIDGE AND FERRY DIVISION. 



Boston, February 2, 1914. 

Mr. L. K. Rourke, 

Commissioner of Public Works: 

Dear Sir, — I respectfully submit the following 
report of the income, expenditures and operation of the 
Bridge and Ferry Division for the year 1913. 

The expenditures of the division in the regular main- 
tenance appropriations of the department were $566,- 
894.91, as against an appropriation and revenue of 
$598,189.63, leaving a surplus for the year of $31,294.72. 

In addition to the regular maintenance work the divi- 
sion supervised the expenditure of $290,370.51 under 
a number of special appropriations, mainly for the con- 
struction of bridges, making the total expenditures for 
the year under appropriations credited to the Bridge 
and Ferry Division $857,265.42. This figure does not 
include the cost of widening and rebuilding Pleasant 
Street Bridge, which was paid for out of a special 
appropriation under the Highway Division, nor the 
expenditures on grade crossings and on work of other 
departments supervised by the division engineering 
staff. 



Public Works Department. 91 



Bridge Service. 

There are in Boston 186 highway bridges, of which 
117 are maintained wholly or in part from the appro- 
priation for the Bridge and Ferry Division, 45 are 
maintained wholly by the railroad corporations, 22 
by the Park and Recreation Department and 2 by the 
Metropolitan Park Commission. 

In addition to the usual work of maintenance on the 
bridges in its care this division has supervised during 
the year a considerable amount of new construction 
work on bridges, etc., principally as follows: 

Chelsea Bridge (over North Channel of Mystic River) . — 
The work of rebuilding this bridge, begun under con- 
tracts made in 1912, was substantially completed during 
the year. In the old bridge there was a single water- 
way, 60 feet in width, situated in an unsatisfactory 
location near the Chelsea shore. Acting under an order 
of the War Department the city has now provided 
through the bridge two waterways, each 125 feet in 
width, dredged to a depth of 30 feet at low water, thus 
opening up the Mystic River Basin to navigation by 
the largest vessels that can ever enter that estuary. This 
work necessitated the building upon a permanent 
masonry pier of a new steel draw span 363 feet long and 
60 feet wide, weighing over 1,400 tons, this being the 
largest draw span in this part of the country. The 
remainder of the bridge, a pile structure, was rebuilt 
only so far as was necessary to conform to the new draw 
span. The reconstructed bridge was opened to travel 
May 28, 1913. (For a detailed description of this work 
see page 108). 

Chelsea Bridge (over South Channel of Mystic River) . — 
For a number of years the old draw span of this bridge, 
built in 1877, has been inadequate for highway travel, 
necessitating rigid traffic restrictions, which result in 
frequent blockades to the highway travel in rush hours. 
A permanent new bridge is needed extending from the 
Charlestown shore at the Navy Yard to Mystic Wharf. 
As a preliminary step to the building of a permanent 
new structure an appropriation of $75,000 was made for 
the construction of a temporary bridge alongside the 
existing bridge. A contract for the temporary bridge 
was made August 15, 1913. Work was begun Sep- 
tember 8, 1913, and is still in progress. (See page 92.) 



92 City Document No. 26. 

Apportionment of Cost of Bridges Between Boston and 
Chelsea. — Under an act of the Legislature (chapter 
581 of the Acts of 1911, supplemented by chapter 341 
of the Acts of 1913) the cost of the reconstruction of 
Chelsea Bridge, noted above, and of Meridian Street 
Bridge, rebuilt in 1912, which has been wholly borne 
by the City of Boston, is to be apportioned in part by 
a special commission upon the city of Chelsea, other 
cities and towns specially benefited, and the street rail- 
way companies using the bridges. An important part 
of the work of the engineering staff of this division has 
been the preparation and presentation, under the direc- 
tion of the Corporation Counsel, of evidence in the 
city's case on this apportionment, on which hearings 
were begun in April, 1913, and were not concluded 
until January, 1914. 

Broadway Bridge (over Fort Point Channel). The 
greater part of this bridge was rebuilt in 1901-04, but 
at that time the old draw span, built in 1874-75, was 
continued in service, and had reached a condition such 
that its rebuilding is now necessary. On November 20, 
1913, a contract was made for rebuilding the draw span 
and the masonry pier upon which it rests, and work on 
the new steel structure is now in progress at the mills 
and shops. It is expected that the new draw span will 
be completed during the summer of 1914. 

Winthrop Bridge. — The reconstruction of Winthrop 
Bridge, which for some time has been an urgent neces- 
sity, was authorized by the Legislature under chapter 
412 of the Acts of 1913, which provides that the City of 
Boston shall do the work, and that the cost of rebuild- 
ing the bridge shall be apportioned between Boston and 
Winthrop. Plans have been prepared and approved by 
the Directors of the Port of Boston, but the approval 
of the Secretary of War is still pending. A contract for 
the rebuilding of this bridge will be let as soon as the 
Federal license is obtained. 

L Street Bridge. — The work of repairing L Street 
Bridge, begun in 1912, was completed September 3, 1913. 
This involved the complete rebuilding of the floor of 
the pile bridge and the strengthening of same to provide 
for street car traffic, the cost of strengthening being 
borne by the Boston Elevated Railway Company. An 
electric motor was substituted for steam power for the 
operation of the draw span. (For a detailed description 
of this work see page 111.) 



Public Works Department. 93 

Pleasant Street Bridge. — Pleasant Street Bridge, over 
the southerly entrance to the Tremont Street Subway, 
was widened and rebuilt during the year in connection 
with the widening of that street. (See page 112.) 

Lawndale Terrace Subway. — The construction of a 
subway for foot travel, under the Providence Division 
of the New York, New Haven & Hartford Railroad, at 
Lawndale terrace, Jamaica Plain, begun in 1912, was 
completed on March 28, 1913. 

Public Boat Landings. — During the year two tem- 
porary public boat landings, one at Northern Avenue 
Bridge, the other at Summer Street Bridge, in Fort 
Point channel, were completed and opened to public 
use. 

Abolishment of Grade Crossings. — The work on the 
abolishment of the grade crossing on Saratoga street, 
East Boston, by the Boston, Revere Beach & Lynn 
Railroad, begun under a decree of the Superior Court 
in 1912, continued through the year until its completion 
on December 6, 1913. A verification of the accounts 
of the cost of the work for submission to the auditor 
appointed by the Court to apportion the expense is now 
in progress. (See, also, Saratoga Street Bridge, page 
112.) 

Ferry Service. 

A system of checking the collection of tolls from team 
traffic was put in operation during the year, and by its 
introduction approved business methods are now in 
effect in connection with the financial administration 
of the ferries. During the year the work of repairing 
ferry landings, under a special appropriation previously 
made, was completed and an unusually large amount of 
repair work to the ferryboats was done. Taken as a 
whole, the. condition of the ferry plant shows marked 
improvement over former years. 

The Directors of the Port of Boston have taken the 
old Eastern Railroad pier property, adjoining the South 
Ferry landing in East Boston, and they propose to 
deepen the dock next the ferry property by dredging. 
As this will undermine the ferry coal pocket and as 
part of the southerly ferry slip is needed for entrance 
to the proposed new dock, some rearrangement of the 
East Boston ferry landings will have to be made before 
the improvements contemplated by the Directors of 
the Port can be carried out, and plans for changes in 
these ferry landings are now under consideration. 



94 City Document No. 26. 



Recommendations for 1914. 

Bridge Service. — During the coming season a con- 
siderable amount of repair work on bridges should be 
done by contract in addition to the ordinary repairs 
made by the maintenance force of the division. For 
this purpose an appropriation was requested in the 
budget estimates of 1914 of $108,000 for the repair of 
thirty-three City of Boston bridges and $19,000 for 
Boston's share of necessary repairs on bridges under the 
charge of the Boston and Cambridge Bridge Commission. 
This money should be provided either as a part of the 
regular department appropriation or as a special appro- 
priation. Of this total amount of $127,000, $57,000 is 
required for cleaning and painting steel structures. 
Failure to keep bridges properly painted, particularly in 
the case of steel bridges over railroads, is a most waste- 
ful policy, as has been proven in the past in the case of 
Boylston Street Bridge over the Boston & Albany 
Railroad, which had to be entirely rebuilt in 1907 after 
eighteen years' service because of the excessive deteri- 
oration of the steel members from corrosion. 

In addition to the above repair work on bridges, 
Hyde Park Avenue Bridge over Mother brook (Ward 
26) should be entirely rebuilt, and the flooring of 
Warren Bridge, which has been in service for thirty-one 
years, should be renewed. Consideration should also 
be given to the necessity of rebuilding Congress Street 
Bridge across Fort Point channel, particularly in view 
of the large increase in teaming traffic between the 
city proper and the Commonwealth and fish piers on 
the South Boston waterfront. 

The building of a permanent structure in the portion 
of Chelsea Bridge over the south channel of the Mystic 
river will shortly have to be provided for. The tempo- 
rary bridge, now under construction, will replace the 
existing draw span which is now unsafe for heavy loads, 
but, because of its narrow width, it will not be adequate 
to reasonably accommodate the large volume of street 
car and team traffic using this important thoroughfare. 

Ferry Service. — In the Ferry Service the most impor- 
tant matter is the provision for a new ferryboat in place 
of the old ferryboat "D. D. Kelly," which has been in 
service since 1879. The United States Government 
inspectors have cut down the allowable boiler pressure 
from the original limit of 40 pounds to 25 pounds, which 



Public Works Department. 95 

is the minimum pressure on which the boat can be 
safely operated. At any time the inspectors are liable 
to condemn the boat or to order a still further reduction 
in the allowable boiler pressure, which will be virtually 
a condemnation so far as service on the East Boston 
ferries is concerned. An appropriation for a new boat 
should be made early in 1914, as nearly a year will be 
required for its construction. 

A special appropriation should also be made for 
rebuilding during the fall and winter of 1914 the south 
fender pier at the North Ferry, East Boston, and the 
south fender pier at the South Ferry, East Boston, both 
of which are in poor condition. 

The ferryboat "Hugh O'Brien" will have to be 
extensively repaired, involving the entire renewal of 
the roadway deck and such timbers as may be found 
in a decayed condition. On the ferryboats " Noddle 
Island" and " Governor Russell" the circulating pumps 
and surface condensers are in poor condition and should 
be replaced by new pumps with jet condensers, similar 
to that just installed on the "General Sumner." All 
four headhouses should be painted, two drops at the 
North Ferry should be paved and a new tank should be 
provided at the North Ferry, East Boston. 

Provision for this maintenance repair work on the 
ferries has been made in the department recommenda- 
tions for the budget for the ensuing year. 

Report in Detail. 

A detailed report of the operation and expenditures 
of the Bridge and Ferry Division during the year, 
including a statement of the financial activities of the 
division, exclusive of the cost of work supervised for 
other departments or divisions, is appended herewith. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Frederic H. Fay, Division Engineer. 



96 City Document No. 26. 



BRIDGE AND FERRY DIVISION. 

Financial Statement. 

Receipts. 

Appropriation $597,000 00 

Revenue : 

Bridge Service .... $289 63 

Ferry Service 900 00 

1,189 63 



$598,189 63 



Expenditures from Maintenance Appropriation. 

Bridge Service: 

City of Boston bridges . . . $271,423 04 

Bridges in charge of Boston and 
Cambridge Bridge Com- 
mission 17,744 48 



Total charged to Bridge Service, $289,167 52 

Ferry Service 277,727 39 

Total expenditures under appro- 
priation $566,894 91 

Transferred : 

To Highway Division . . . 30,000 00 

Balance unexpended . . . 1,294 72 



$598,189 63 



Total Expenditures. 
Bridge Service: 

Expenditures from maintenance 

appropriation, as above . . $289,167 52 
Expenditures charged to special 
appropriations (new construc- 
tion, contract repair work, etc.), 282,838 00 

Total amount expended on 

bridges $572,005 52 

Ferry Service: 

Expenditures from maintenance 

appropriation, as above . . $277,727 39 

Carried forward . . . $277,727 39 $572,005 52 



Public Works Department. 97 

Brought forward . . . $277,727 39 $572,005 52 

Expenditures charged to special 
appropriation for Ferry Land- 
ings, Repairs .... 7,532 51 

Total amount expended on 

ferries 285,259 90 



Total expenditures by Bridge and Ferry 
Division, exclusive of expenditures for grade 
crossings and of work supervised by the 
division engineering staff but paid for out of 
appropriations of other departments or divi- 
sions $857,265 42 

Bridge Service. 

At the close of the fiscal year 1913-14 there are in 
the City of Boston 186 highway bridges, not including 
culverts. Six of these bridges, namely, Brookline 
Street, Cambridge, Cambridge Street, Harvard, Prison 
Point and Western Avenue to Cambridge, all connecting 
Boston and Cambridge (the four latter being draw 
bridges) are in charge of two commissioners, one of 
whom is appointed by the Mayor of Boston and the 
other by the Mayor of Cambridge. One-half the cost 
of the maintenance of these six bridges is paid by the 
City of Boston out of the appropriation for the Bridge 
and Ferry Division, and the division engineer of that 
division is the commissioner for the City of Boston in 
charge of these bridges. The Anderson Bridge at 
Soldiers Field, replacing the North Harvard Street 
Bridge, between Boston and Cambridge, is now being 
constructed under the direction of the Metropolitan 
Park Commission, and upon its completion will be 
maintained by the Boston and Cambridge Bridge 
Commission. The report of the Commissioner for the 
Boston and Cambridge bridges will be found in Appendix 
E. The Charles River dam, on the site of the old Canal 
or Craigie Bridge, and Mattapan Bridge are in charge 
of the Metropolitan Park Commission. One hundred 
and thirty-nine bridges are supported wholly or in 
part by the City of Boston, twenty-four of these being 
over navigable waterways and provided with draws. 
Forty-five highway bridges are supported entirely by 
railroad corporations. 

There are sixteen important drawbridges wholly 
maintained by the City of Boston, namely, Broadway, 



98 



City Document No. 26. 



Chelsea South, Congress Street and Warren, operated 
by steam; Atlantic Avenue, Charlestown, Chelsea North, 
Chelsea Street, Dorchester Avenue, Dover Street, L 
Street, Maiden, Meridian Street, Neponset and Summer 
Street, operated by electricity; and Northern Avenue, 
operated by compressed air, the compressors being run 
by electricity. 



(i.) 



(2.) 



EXPENDITURES ON BOSTON BRIDGES. 

Administration : 

Division engineer * . $2,500 00 

Supervisors . . . 3,949 17 

Engineers and draftsmen, 24,303 64 

Stenographer . . . 1,050 57 

Messenger ... 318 00 



Pensions paid to veterans of Civil War, 

retired 

Pay allowed for holidays . 

Pay allowed for injuries to employees 

Printing, postage and stationery 

Advertising 

Telephones 

Traveling expenses .... 
Engineers' office supplies, etc. . 



$32,121 38 

4,292 25 
610 10 
137 50 

1,005 90 
125 50 
306 76 
446 28 
893 81 



On Bridges: 
Salaries of drawtenders and 

caretakers 
Extra help on bridges 




$142,067 80 
140 00 



Light 

Fuel _ . 

Electric power 

Sand 

Water . 

Oil 

Tools, hardware and suppl 

Furnishings . 

Building repairs, etc 

Ironwork and machine repairs 

General repairs, fences, piers, foundations, 
etc. (outside of department force) 

General repairs on machinery, roadways, 
fences,etc. (by department mechanics) 
Labor, carpenters, paint- 
ers, watchmen, elec- 
trician and machinist . 
Labor, removing snow 
and cleaning bridges . 



Lumber 
Paint stock 



$142,207 80 

1,110 27 

3,176 37 

3,698 85 

41 66 

107 56 

1,176 01 

2,219 78 

164 64 

602 72 

9,369 46 

1,367 87 



5,314 24 



1,200 


14 


$23,514 3S 

21,888 84 

455 37 



$39,939 48 



Carried forward 



$45,858 59 $165,242 99 $39,939 48 



* One-half salary; remainder paid by Ferry Service. 



Public Works Department. 



99 



Brought forward . . . $45,858 59 $165,242 99 $39,939 48 

Paid railroad company's 
for flagmen . . . 175 71 

46,034 30 

211,277 29 

(3.) Public Landings : Rent, East Boston public landing . 366 63 



(4.) Yard and stable: 

Yard: Employees: 

Clerk, janitor and watch- 
men .... 
Light .... 

Fuel 

Repairing, building, etc., 
Catch-basin 

Stable: 

Employees : Stablemen 

and teamster 
Feed and straw 
Veterinary 
Shoeing and clipping 
Wagons and harness 
Stable supplies 
New horses 



(5 . ) Automobiles : 

New: Truck . . . . 
Maintenance: 
Division engineer : 
Wages, chauffeur 

(part) . .$774 00 
Storage . . 240 00 

Repairs and sup- 
plies . . 1,036 29 
Oil . . . .45 10 
Gasolene . . 173 23 
Tires and tubes : 
New . $305 19 
Repairs, 42 25 



52,587 76 
118 70 
194 79 
325 75 
198 29 



54,345 50 

983 45 

61 50 

292 95 

1,138 27 

58 78 

454 63 



$,425 29 



7,334 58 



$3,100 00 



10,759 87 



347 44 



,616 06 



Supervisor : 
Wages, chauffeur, $993 21 



Storage 

Repairs, supplies, 
oil, etc. 

Gasolene 

Tires and tubes : 
New . $349 60 
Repairs, 47 35 



135 00 

362 37 



396 95 



Truck: 
Wages, chauffeur, $824 00 
Repairs and sup- 
plies . . .106 20 
Oil ... 53 05 



1,986 51 



Carried forward . 



$983 25 $4,602 57 $3,100 00 $262,343 27 



100 City Document No. 26. 

Brought forward . .$983 25 $4,602 57 $3,100 00 $262,343 27 
Gasolene . . 20 74 
Tires and tubes : 
New . $295 56 
Repairs, 77 65 

373 21 

1,377 20 

5,979 77 

9,079 77 

Total expenditures on City of Boston bridges . . .$271,423 04 

Summary : 

(1) Administration $39,939 48 

(2) Bridges 211,277 29 

(3) Public landings ...... 366 63 

(4) Yard and stable 10,759 87 

(5) Automobiles 9,079 77 

Total * $271,423 04 



EXPENDITURES UNDER SPECIAL APPROPRIATIONS DURING 
FISCAL YEAR 1913-14. 

Ashland Street Bridge. 
Labor, Paving Service, building approaches. . $330 00 
Amount paid Boston Bridge Works under con- 
tract for building sidewalks .... 1,427 00 

$1,757 11 

Total expended to January 31, 1914, $1,801.61. 

Broadway Bridge, Rebuilding. 

Engineering $3,377 29 

Printing 107 70 

Advertising 11 70 

$3,496 69 

Total expended to January 31, 1914, $4,150.71. 

Chelsea Bridge North. 

Engineering $4,691 50 

Inspection 1,815 84 

Rent of wharf for temporary bridge . . . 900 00 

Reporting hearings 579 90 

Two Norton jacks 443 34 

Services of diver 33 40 

Photographs and prints 98 13 

Supplies for engineers' field office .... 16 75 

Travel expenses 190 21 

Shop inspection of material 323 45 

Curbs, scuppers, etc 127 26 

Installing machinery: 

Lundin Electric Company . . $225 00 

J. H. Long Machinery Company, 962 34 

Cutler-Hammer Manufacturing 

Company 14 67 

1,201 95 

Carried forward $10,421 73 

* Does not include bridges under charge of Boston and Cambridge Bridge Commission. 
(See Appendix E, page 489.) 



Public Works Department. 101 

Brought forward $10,421 73 

Water pipe tunnel : 

Lawler Brothers .... $442 00 

Metropolitan Water and Sewer 

Board 835 63 

1,277 63 

Bay State Dredging Company .... 1,019 40 
Lighting and heating apparatus: 
Herbert S. Potter lighting ap- 
paratus $1,827 08 

Heating apparatus . . . 514 90 

2,341 98 

Amount paid Boston Bridge Works 
under contract for building 
superstructure : 
Contract items .... $121,691 71 
Less amount paid in 1912 . . 13,600 00 

- 109,091 71 

Amount paid Boston Bridge Works for miscel- 
laneous repairs 973 89 

Amount paid George T. Rendle 
under contract for rebuilding 
bridge: 
Contract items .... $156,663 36 
Extra work under order April 5, 

1912 2,188 00 

Extra work under order April 10, 

1912 2,766 79 

Extra work under order July 1, 

1912 1,409 89 

Extra work under order Septem- 
ber 19, 1912 .... 13,591 32 

$176,619 36 
Less 15 per cent on $84,144.11 . 12,621 62 

$163,997 74 
Less amount paid in 1912 . . 141,257 82 

22,739 92 

Amount paid W. E. Litchfield for 

completion of Rendle contract 
for rebuilding bridge . . . $15,069 72 
Less 15 per cent .... 2,260 46 

12,809 26 

Amount paid W. E. Litchfield, miscellaneous 

work 386 52 

$160,368 03 

Total expended to January 31, 1914, $380,294.55. 

Chelsea Bridge South. 

Engineering . . $3,495 84 

Inspection 680 50 

Advertising and printing 78 91 

Travel expenses 25 42 

Miscellaneous supplies, etc 5 00 

Amount paid Rendle & Stoddard 
under contract for building 
temporary bridge . . . $34,190 00 
Less 15 per cent .... 5,12S 50 

29,061 50 

$33,347 17 

Total expended to January 31, 1914, $33,347.17. 



102 City Document No. 26. 



Meridian Street Bridge. 

Inspection $377 06 

Reporting hearings 190 20 

Photographs 43 75 

Electric machinery (J. H. Long Machine Com- 
pany) 1,006 90 

Amount paid Cutler-Hammer Manufacturing 

Company, testing electric machinery . . 136 74 

Miscellaneous repairs, Lawler Brothers . . 674 52 

W. H. Ellis, cleaning up flats 150 00 

Amount paid Lawler Brothers under 
contract for rebuilding draw span, 
pile bridge, etc $128,152 90 

Extra work under orders of ; 
December 21, 1911 
December 28, 1911 
February 13, 1912 
Mav 24, 1912 . 
June 1, 1912 . 
January 15, 1913 



Less amount paid, 1912 

Amount paid Laskey & McMurrer under con- 
tract for heating apparatus 230 00 

Amount paid M. S. Kelleher for con- 
structing drawtenders' house . $2,259 00 

Extra work under order December 

31, 1912 40 00 







255 


50 






225 


00 






11,997 


73 






2,430 


00 






6,713 


98 




541 


69 


$150,316 80 


. : 








— 17.599 45 



$2,299 00 
Less amount paid in 1912 . . . 1,959 15 



344 85 

Amount paid Bay State Dredging Company 
under contract for dredging .... 324 40 



$21,077 87 



Total expended to January 31, 1914, $169,532.20. 



Temporary Public Landings. 

Engineering $39 00 

Amount paid W. H. Ellis under con- 
tract for construction of landings, $5,247 00 

Extra work under order February 
16, 1913 258 93 



$5,505 93 
Less amount paid in 1912 . . . 2,675 97 



2,829 96 



Amount paid W. H. Ellis for construction of fence, 113 08 

Total expended to January 31, 1914, $6,161.81. 

Amount paid Bay State Dredging Company 
under contract for dredging channel . . . 495 00 



5,477 04 



Public Works Department. 103 

BRIDGE REPAIRS. (Appropriation.) 

Brookline Street Bridge.* 

Advertising $51 98 

Printing 21 25 

Amount paid James Doherty under contract for 

paving bridge 6,322 S5 

Amount paid W. H. Ellis for construction of 

parapet 49 52 

$6,445^60 



Charlestown Bridge. 

Paint stock _ $134 65 

Miscellaneous ironwork 47 66 

Amount paid W. A. Snow Iron 
Works under contract for re- 
pairing iron railings : 
Total expenditures from begin- 
ning of work to January 31, 
1914 . . . . . . $2,262 41 

Less payments prior to February 

1, 1913 1,677 64 

584 77 



Amount paid M. M. Devine under 
contract for cleaning and paint- 
ing: 

Total expenditures from begin- 
ning of work to January 31, 
1914 $5,400 00 

Less payments prior to February 

1, 1913 4,968 00 



Harvard Bridge.* 
Painting girders: 

Labor $148 87 

Stock 8 75 



Amount paid F. S. & A. D. Gore 
under contract for planking 
and paving bridge: 
Total expenditures from begin- 
ning of work to January 31, 

1914 $31,133 33 

Less pavments prior to Februarv 

1, 1913 ....'. 22,427 25 



432 00 



$157 62 



8,706 08 

L Street Bridge. 

General repairs $2,394 42 

Amount paid W. H. Ellis under contract for 
repairing and strengthening bridge : 
Total expenditures from begin- 
ning of work to Januarv 31, 
1914 . . . . . . $51,625 58 

Less pavments prior to February 

1, 19i3 14,300 91 



37,324 67 



1,199 08 



8,863 70 



39,719 09 



Carried forward $56,227 47 

* Expended under direction of Boston and Cambridge Bridge Commission. 



104 City Document No. 26. 

Brought forward $56,227 47 

Sprague Street Bridge. 
Amount paid M. S. Kelleher under contract for 
planking bridge : 
Total expenditures from begin- 
ning of work to January 31, 

191 4 $5,550 35 

Less payments prior to February 

1 1Q13 . . 2,463 73 

l > iyid • • _J 3,086 62 

Total $59 ' 314 09 

Total expended to January 31, 1914, $109,310.06. 



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Income. 

The total amount received by the City Collector on 
account of bridges was $13,885.88, and consisted of the 
following items: 

Amount received from the town of Milton for its 
portion of salary of drawtender at Granite 
Bridge . . $250 13 

Amount received for damage to automobile . 39 50 



Total credited to division maintenance 

appropriation ... ... $289 63 

Amount received from the Boston Elevated Rail- 
way Company for expense of strengthening L 
Street Bridge for street cars and credited to 
appropriation for Bridge Repairs . . . 13,230 29 
Amounts received and credited to general revenue : 
From sale of horses .... $340 10 

From sale of old material . . . 25 86 

365 96 



Total $13,885 88 



Public Works Department. 107 



BRIDGE SERVICE CONSTRUCTION WORK, 
1913-1914. 



Ashland Street Bridge (over Providence Division, New 
York, New Haven & Hartford Railroad). 

A new sidewalk has been built on the southerly side 
of this bridge under a contract with the Boston Bridge 
Works, Inc., dated December 10, 1912. A new steel 
plate girder, 5 feet 4f inches deep and 79 feet long, was 
erected on the southerly street line which supports one 
end of the new floor beams, the other end resting on 
the old outside girder. These beams are 9-inch steel 
channels, spaced 12 feet on centers, and support the 
3-inch by 12-inch yellow pine stringers. The planking 
is 2-inch yellow pine. 

The work was completed March 24, 1913, the contract 
price being $1,427. 

Broadway Bridge (over Fort Point Channel). 

Plans and specifications were prepared for rebuilding 
the draw span of this bridge and its operating machinery, 
and a contract was made November 20, 1913, with the 
Boston Bridge Works, Inc., the lowest bidder, for doing 
the work on itemized prices. The field work will be 
started early in the spring and the contract calls for the 
completion of the work on July 15, 1914. Plans are 
being made for a temporary bridge with a draw to 
accommodate foot traffic while the bridge is closed to 
travel, and the work will soon be advertised. 

Chelsea Bridge South. 

The draw of this bridge, which was built in 1877, has 
been in such condition for a number of years that it 
could be kept in service for the heavy traffic to which it 
is now subjected only by restrictions as to traffic and 
by constant repairing and strengthening in every way 
that could be devised. 

Early last year it was decided that it would not be 
safe to keep the bridge longer in service, and plans were 



108 City Document No. 26. 

accordingly prepared and a contract made with Rendle 
& Stoddard, under date of July 8, 1913, for building 
a temporary bridge to accommodate traffic until a new 
permanent bridge could be built. Arrangements were 
made by which the temporary draw, which had been 
used during the rebuilding of Chelsea Bridge North, 
could be removed to this bridge and placed on new 
foundations. 

At the date of this report about 61 per cent of the 
work under the Rendle & Stoddard contract has been 
completed. 

Chelsea Bridge North. 

The work of rebuilding this bridge was done under 
two main contracts, Contract No. 1 covering the con- 
struction of a temporary bridge and draw span to 
provide for travel during the construction of the perma- 
nent bridge, building a new draw fender pier and 
masonry foundations for new draw span, and raising the 
approaches to the elevation of the new draw. Contract 
No. 2 covered the building of a new steel draw with the 
necessary mechanical and electrical equipment. 

Contract No. 1. — This work was done under a contract 
with George T. Rendle, dated February 28, 1912, and 
was begun March 20, 1912. As stated in the last annual 
report about 80 per cent of the work had been com- 
pleted on February 1, 1913, and from that date the 
work was continued until July 10, 1913, at which date, 
owing to financial difficulties in which the contractor 
became involved, the United States District Court 
appointed William E. Litchfield as receiver, and under 
his direction the work was continued until August 13, 
1913, when, by order of the commissioner, all work was 
discontinued under the original contract. 

A new contract was made with William E. Litchfield, 
dated August 15, 1913, for the completion of the work 
at the unit prices of the original contract. At the date 
of this report the work is practically completed, only 
cleaning up and the removal of surplus lumber remain- 
ing to be done. 

The work of rebuilding replaces the single 60-foot 
waterway with two waterways each 125 feet wide. 
A new center draw fender pier, 70 feet wide and about 
526^ feet long over all, was constructed and the old 
fender pier on the northerly side of the old waterway 



Public Works Department. 109 

was widened about 15 feet for its entire length, the old 
portion being practically rebuilt with the exception of 
the piles. 

The approaches to the new draw span were rebuilt 
to meet the surface of the new draw, which was 10 feet 
9 inches above the elevation of the old draw, the length 
rebuilt on the Charlestown side being about 220 feet 
and on the Chelsea side about 290 feet. The portions 
rebuilt were of the same form of construction as the old 
bridge with the exception of the stringers under the 
tracks of the street railway company, where 15-inch 
steel beams were used instead of yellow pine timber. 

A masonry draw pier to support the new swing draw 
span was built 51 feet in diameter at the top. Below 
elevation 2, city base, the foundation of the pier was 
60 feet in diameter, extending to bed rock, which was 
approximately 33 feet below city base. The foundation 
of the pier was built entirely of Portland cement con- 
crete, held in place during construction by a curbing 
of 3-inch yellow pine plank, while the upper portion 
of the pier had a granite facing with Portland cement 
concrete backing. 

A temporary wooden pile bridge was built on the 
down-stream side of the main bridge to provide for 
travel during the construction of the new bridge. 

The total amount paid to date, under the G. T. 
Rendle contract and the W. E. Litchfield contract, 
is $176,807. 

Contract No. 2.— Bids were received June 8, 1912, for 
building a new steel draw with electrical equipment, 
and a contract was made with the Boston Bridge Works, 
Inc., the lowest bidder, for doing the work, dated June 
22, 1912. 

The work of erection under this contract was started 
on June 14, 1913, and the bridge opened to travel for 
one street car track on May 28, 1913, and opened to 
travel of all kinds on May 30, 1913. All work under 
this contract was completed on July 8, 1913. 

The draw is of the rim bearing swing type, 363 feet 
long and 60 feet wide, center to center of railings, span- 
ning two waterways each 125 feet wide. It has two 
riveted steel trusses 44 feet on centers, with steel floor 
beams and stringers providing a roadway 40 feet wide 
between curbs and two overhanging sidewalks. The 
width of the roadway is sufficient to take care of travel 



110 City Document No. 26. 

on two car tracks and also the travel of two lines of 
teams simultaneously. A set of roadway gates operated 
by hand is provided at each approach, to shut off road- 
way travel when the draw is open. 

The material of the draw is of steel throughout except 
for the wooden flooring and a patent wooden pavement. 
The wooden flooring is made up as follows: Eight-inch 
by 8-inch yellow pine ties are laid transversely of the 
bridge on the steel stringers, 4-inch yellow pine plank 
is laid longitudinally on the bridge on these ties and on 
the 4-inch plank is laid a wooden pavement. The 
street car rails are on tie plates which rest directly on 
the 8-inch by 8-inch ties. The pavement is of the 
Shuman "W. & A." type, consisting of wooden slabs 
about 6 feet long by 2 feet wide, made of hard maple 
strips 1 inch thick by 3| inches wide, coated with 
asphalt, laid on edge and tightly bolted together with 
iron bolts. The slabs are fastened to the 4-inch wood 
plank floor by toe-nailing. The sidewalks surface con- 
sists of 2-inch yellow pine plank. 

The draw weighing about 1,400 tons is carried on 
64 steel wheels running between steel faced tracks. 
Power for swinging is supplied by two 28 horse 
power motors, one on either side, located on a floor 
inside the cross girders on top of the drum. Each 
motor is geared through a set of steel gears to a pinion 
which engages a rack on the lower or fixed track. One 
motor with one set of gearing will operate the draw in 
case of temporary disablement of the other, or the draw 
can be swung by man power in case of entire suspension 
of electric current. 

A centering device consisting of a bolt with a roll in the 
outer end, actuated by an air cylinder, the roll engaging 
a V-casting on the landing, is used for accurately cen- 
tering the draw when it is stopped within ten or twelve 
inches of the exact center. Air for the centering device 
and air brakes is generated by a Westinghouse air brake 
pump with necessary receivers, valves, etc., located 
on the floor with the turning motors. 

After swinging, the ends of the draw are lifted f of 
an inch to 1 inch, this lift taking out part of the deflec- 
tion and being found sufficient — the trusses being con- 
tinous — to offer stability under all loadings; the load 
lifted varying from 50 tons for minimum lift to 80 tons 
for maximum lift per end. The device for lifting is new 
and worthy of special mention. A double toggle joint, 



Public Works Department. Ill, 

in effect, lifts the load on a roll bearing on the landing 
block, after which a flat block is inserted and the roll 
partially withdrawn, thus transferring the load to the 
flat block. These lifts are actuated through a shaft 
and gearing by one 8 horse power motor at either end, 
located on a platform under the deck of the bridge. 
They are controlled by a mechanical automatic device 
which is geared direct to the motor and limits the 
amount of travel of the bearing block in either direction. 

The operating room is in the tower some 34 feet 
above the deck. In this room within easy reach of the 
operator is the switch board on which is mounted the 
necessary switches, fuses, circuit breakers, and meters 
for all motors, lights and heating; also the operating 
board to which is attached the controllers for the turning 
and end lift motors and on which are mounted the 
valves for operating the centering device, the air brake 
valve, the electrical signals for showing the position of 
the draw, and the liquid indicators for showing the 
position of the end lifts and centering bolt, also an air 
gauge, whistle valve, telephone, speaking tubes, etc. 

The current used for all motors is 550 volt direct 
current. Air pressure 100 pounds. Amount of current 
for swinging 60 amperes at start to 40 amperes for a 
period of not over 3 minutes per opening. Current for 
end lift motors 12 amperes, for two periods of 15 seconds 
per opening. The air compressor uses 6 amperes for 
not over two minutes per opening. Time for complete 
opening 4 to 5 minutes if not delayed by the shipping. 

The total payments under Contract No. 2 amount to 
$121,691.71. 

It was necessary in conforming to the requirements 
of the United States War Department to rebuild the 
water pipe tunnel belonging to the Metropolitan Water 
Works, which crosses the river parallel to the bridge. 
This work was done under the direction of the Metro- 
politan Water and Sewerage Board. The cost of this 
work to January 1, 1914, was $51,244.15. 

L Street Bridge. 

As stated in the last annual report, a contract was 
made with W. H. Ellis, dated October 11, 1912, for 
repairing and strengthening the pile bridge. The 
strengthening was done to allow the bridge to carry 
42-ton street cars, and the cost of this part of the work, 



112 City Document No. 26. 

amounting to $13,230.29, was paid by the Boston 
Elevated Railway Company. The roadway paving, 
sidewalks, the entire roadway flooring, most of the 
stringers and part of the sidewalk bulkhead and fences 
were renewed; 168 oak piles were driven, some to carry 
the street cars, others to replace those that had been 
eaten by the limnoria; additional stringers were furnished 
under the lines of car rails. The draw landing and some 
of the supports for the draw were built of steel, the 
tracks were repaired and the draw pit was replanked. 
Asphalt sidewalks were also laid. The 6-inch roadway 
flooring was mopped with asphalt and covered with four 
thicknesses of roofing felt, each layer being mopped 
with asphalt. Oak ties, embedded in concrete were laid 
for supports for the street car rails, which were laid by 
the Boston Elevated Railway Company. The rest of 
the roadway flooring was covered with 1 inch of asphalt 
mastic. The granite blocks removed from the old 
bridge were relaid on a sand bed, the joints being filled 
with pebbles and half made stuff. 

The work was completed September 3, 1913, at a cost 
to the city, for contract work, of $51,625.58. 

Pleasant Street Bridge {over the Subway). 

In connection with the widening of Pleasant Street 
Bridge, it was necessary to entirely remove the surface 
of the old bridge over the entrance to the subway at 
this point, and build an addition on the northerly side 
of the bridge about 25 feet in width. The construction 
of the new portion is substantially the same as the old 
portion, reinforced concrete being substituted for brick 
arches between the steel beams. The roadway is paved 
with wood blocks and the sidewalks are of granolithic. 
The work, with the exception of the wood pavement, 
was done under a contract with W. A. & H. A. Root, 
Inc., dated June 21, 1913, and was completed November 
19, 1913. The amount paid under the contract for the 
bridge was $4,736.15. 

The same contractor, at the time of building the 
bridge, laid two lines of 20-inch cast-iron pipe for sewer 
connection under the bridge at a cost of $934.06, exclu- 
sive of the cost of the pipe. 

Saratoga Street Bridge {over Boston, Revere Beach & Lynn 
Railroad, East Boston). 
This bridge was built by the railroad company under 
a decree of the Superior Court abolishing the grade 



Public Works Department. 113 

crossing at this point, and was opened to travel Septem- 
ber 18, 1913. The bridge consists of two pony trusses 
of 88 feet span center to center of end bearings and 17 
feet 6 inches deep center to center of chords. The 
bridge is 50 feet wide between end railings, providing 
a roadway 32 feet 6 inches wide in the clear and two 
overhanging sidewalks each about 6 feet wide in the 
clear. The floor beams are built steel beams about 2 
feet 9 inches deep and support steel I-beam stringers. 
All steel work below the surface of the street is encased 
in concrete. The roadway pavement is of brick and 
the sidewalks of granolithic. 

Public Boat Landings. 

Two public boat landings, one located at Summer 
Street Bridge and one at Northern Avenue Bridge, 
built under a contract with W. H. Ellis, dated October 
28, 1912, were completed on Aprill 1, 1913. The total 
amount paid for both landings under the contract was 
$5,505.93. 

Lawndale Terrace Subway. 

The work on this subway, which was under contract 
at the beginning of the fiscal year, was completed on 
March 28, 1913. The total amount paid under the 
contract was $6,921. 

Miscellaneous Work. 

The comprehensive survey of Mount Hope Cemetery 
in progress at the beginning of the year, as mentioned 
in last year's report, has been continued during the 
present year, and a. set of sectional plans showing the 
location of each individual lot, as well as paths and 
drives, will be completed early in the coming year. 

The work of rebuilding the power plant at Rainsford 
Island, for the Children's Institutions Department, in 
charge of this division, under contract with the Fitch- 
burg Steam Engine Company, was completed on April 
15, 1913, at a cost of $2,148. The boiler for this plant 
was furnished by the Hodge Boiler Works under a con- 
tract dated August 4, 1913. The work was completed 
November 24, 1913. The total amount paid under the 
contract was $1,792.82. 

The bridge on Tremont street, over the Boston & 
Albany Railroad, carrying the water pipes, was repaired 
under a contract with the Boston Bridge Works, Inc., 



114 City Document No. 26. 

dated July 8, 1913, new steel beam supports for the 
pipes being furnished at a cost of $748. The bridge at 
the same time was thoroughly cleaned by the sand 
blast process and painted under a contract with the 
W. L. Waples Company for $260, the city furnishing 
the paint required. 



LIST OF BOSTON BRIDGES. 
I. — Bridges Wholly Maintained by Boston. 

[In the list those marked with an asterisk (*) are over navigable waters, and are each 
provided with a draw.] 

In Charge of Bridge and Ferry Division. 

Allston, over Boston & Albany Railroad at Cambridge street, 
Brighton. 

Ashland street, over New York, New Haven & Hartford Rail- 
road, Providence Division, West Roxbury. 

Athens street, over New York, New Haven & Hartford Rail- 
road, Midland Division. 

* Atlantic avenue, over Fort Point channel. 

B street (footbridge), over Neponset river, Hyde Park. 

Baker street, at Brook Farm, West Roxbury. 

Beacon street, over outlet to Back Bay Fens. 

Beacon street, over Boston & Albany Railroad. 

Bennington street, over Boston, Revere Beach & Lynn Railroad. 

Berkeley street, over Boston & Albany Railroad. 

Berwick park (footbridge), over New York, New Haven & 
Hartford Railroad, Providence Division. 

Blakemore street, over New York, New Haven & Hartford 
Railroad, Providence Division. 

Bolton street, over New York, New Haven & Hartford Rail- 
road, Midland Division. 

Boylston street, over Boston & Albany Railroad. 

Broadway, over Boston & Albany Railroad. 

* Broadway, over Fort Point channel. 

Brookline avenue, over Boston & Albany Railroad. 
Brooks street, Brighton. 

Byron street, over Boston, Revere Beach & Lynn Railroad. 
Charlesgate, over Ipswich street. 

* Charlestown, from Boston to Charlestown. 

* Chelsea South, over south channel, Mystic river. 

* Chelsea street, from East Boston to Chelsea. 
Columbus avenue, over Boston & Albany Railroad. 

* Commercial Point, or Tenean, Dorchester. 

* Congress street, over Fort Point channel. 

Cottage Farm, over Boston & Albany Railroad, at Common- 
wealth avenue. 



Public Works Department. 115 

Dana avenue, over Neponset river, Hyde Park. 
Dartmouth street, over Boston & Albany Railroad. 

* Dorchester avenue (formerly Federal street), over Fort Point 

channel. 

* Dover street, over Fort Point channel. 
Fairmount avenue, over Neponset river, Hyde Park. 
Ferdinand street, over Boston & Albany Railroad. 
Florence street, over Stony brook, West Roxbury. 
Gainsborough street (footbridge), over New York, New Haven 

& Hartford Railroad, Providence Division. 
Glenwood Avenue East (footbridge), over Neponset river, 

Hyde Park. 
Glenwood Avenue West, over Mother brook, Hyde Park. 
Gold street, over New York, New Haven & Hartford Railroad, 

Midland Division. 
Huntington avenue, over Boston & Albany Railroad. 
Huntington avenue, over Stony brook, Hyde Park. 
Hyde Park avenue, over Mother brook (at woolen mill), Hyde 

Park. 
Hyde Park avenue, over Stony brook, West Roxbury. 
Hyde Park avenue, over Stony brook (near Clarendon Hills 

Station), Hyde Park. 
Ipswich street, over waterway. 
Irvington street (footbridge), over New York, New Haven & 

Hartford Railroad, Providence Division. 

* L street, over Reserved channel, South Boston. 

* Maiden, from Charlestown to Everett. 
Massachusetts avenue, over Boston & Albany Railroad. 
Massachusetts avenue, over New York, New Haven & Hart- 
ford Railroad, Providence Division. 

* Meridian street, from East Boston to Chelsea. 
Metropolitan avenue (near Clarendon Hills Station), Hyde 

Park. 
Newburn street, over Stony brook, Hyde Park. 

* Northern avenue, over Fort Point channel. 

Shawmut avenue, over Boston & Albany Railroad and New 
YorR, New Haven & Hartford Railroad, Providence Division. 
Southampton street, over South Bay sluice. 
Summer street, over A street. 
Summer street, over B street. 
Summer street, over C street. 

* Summer street, over Fort Point channel. 

Tollgate way (footbridge), over Providence Division, from 
Washington street to Hyde Park avenue, Forest Hills. 

* Warren, from Boston to Charlestown. 

West Newton street, over New York, New Haven & Hartford 

Railroad, Providence Division. 
West River street, over Mother brook, Hyde Park. 
West Rutland square (footbridge), over New York, New Haven 

& Hartford Railroad, Providence Division. 
Winthrop, from Breed's Island to Winthrop. 






116 City Document No. 26. 

In Charge of Bridge and Ferry Division and Park and 
Recreation Department. 

Columbia road, over New York, New Haven & Hartford Rail- 
road, Old Colony Division. 
Columbia road, over Shoreham street. 

In Charge of Park and Recreation Department. 

Agassiz road, in Fens. 

Audubon road, in Riverway, over Boston & Albany Railroad. 

Berners street (footbridge), over Bridle Path in Riverway. 

Boylston street, in Fens, over waterway. 

Bridle path, in Riverway, over Muddy river. 

* Castle Island (footbridge), in Marine Park, South Boston, to 

Castle Island. 
Charlesgate, in Fens, over Boston & Albany Railroad. 
Circuit drive, over Scarboro pond, in Franklin Park. 
Commonwealth avenue, in Fens, over waterway. 
Ellicott Arch, in Franklin Park. 
Fens, in Fens. 

Forest Hills entrance, in Franklin Park. 
Leverett pond (footbridge), in Olmsted Park. 
Neptune road, in Wood Island Park, over Boston, Revere 

Beach & Lynn Railroad. 
Public Garden (footbridge). 
Scarboro pond (footbridge), in Franklin Park. 
Wood Island (footbridge), in Wood Island Park. 

II. — Bridges of which Boston Maintains the Part Within 

its Limits. 

In Charge of Bridge and Ferry Division. 

Central avenue, from Dorchester to Milton. 

* Chelsea North, from Charlestown to Chelsea. 

* Granite, from Dorchester to Milton. 
Milton, from Dorchester to Milton. 

* Neponset, from Dorchester to Quincy. 

* North Beacon street, from Brighton to Watertown. 
Paul's Bridge over Neponset river, Hyde Park. 
Spring street, from West Roxbury to Dedham. 

* Western avenue, from Brighton to Watertown. 

In Charge of Park and Recreation Department. 
Belle vue street, in the Riverway, over Muddy river. 
Berners street (footbridge), over Muddy river. 
Brookline avenue, in the Riverway, over Muddy river. 
Huntington avenue, in the Riverway, over Muddy river. 
Longwood avenue, in the Riverway, over Muddy river. 



Public Works Department. 117 

III. — Bridges of which Boston Pays a Part of the Cost 
of Maintenance. 

In Charge of Bridge and Ferry Division. 

Albany street, over Boston & Albany Railroad (over freight 
tracks) . 

Ashmont street and Dorchester avenue, over New York, New 
Haven & Hartford Railroad, Old Colony Division. 

Harvard street, over New York, New Haven & Hartford Rail- 
road, Midland Division. 

Norfolk street, over New York, New Haven & Hartford Rail- 
road, Midland Division, near Dorchester station. 

Pleasant street, over the subway. 

In Charge of Commissioners for Boston and Cambridge Bridges. 

Anderson Bridge, from Brighton to Cambridge. 
Brookline street, from Brighton to Cambridge. 
Cambridge, from Boston to Cambridge. 

* Cambridge street, from Brighton to Cambridge. 

* Harvard, from Boston to Cambridge. 

* Prison Point, from Charlestown to Cambridge. 

* Western avenue, from Brighton to Cambridge. 

IV. — Bridges of which Boston Maintains the Whole or a 
Part of the Wearing Surface. 

In Charge of Bridge and Ferry Division. 

Austin street, over Boston & Maine Railroad, Charlestown. 

Bennington street, over Boston & Albany Railroad. 

Blue Hill avenue, over New York, New Haven & Hartford 
Railroad, Midland Division. 

Boston street, over New York, New Haven & Hartford Rail- 
road, Old Colony Division. 

Brookline street, Brighton to Cambridge, portion over Boston 
& Albany Railroad. 

Cambridge street, Charlestown, over Boston & Maine Railroad. 

Chelsea, over Boston & Maine Railroad. 

Curtis street, East Boston, over Boston & Albany Railroad. 

Dana avenue, over New York, New Haven & Hartford Rail- 
road, Midland Division, Hyde Park. 

Dorchester avenue, over New York, New Haven & Hartford 
Railroad, Old Colony Division. 

Everett street, over Boston & Albany Railroad, Brighton. 

Fairmount avenue, over New York, New Haven & Hartford 
Railroad, Midland Division, and Station street, Hyde Park. 

Glenwood Avenue West, over passageway connecting land of 
the New York, New Haven & Hartford Railroad, Hyde 
Park. 



118 City Document No. 26. 

Hyde Park avenue, over proposed electric connection between 
Midland and Providence Divisions, New York, New Haven 
& Hartford Railroad, Hyde Park. 

Maverick street, East Boston, over Boston & Albany Railroad. 

Mystic avenue, over Boston & Maine and Boston & Albany 
Railroads. 

New Way at Neponset, over New York, New Haven & Hartford 
Railroad, Old Colony Division. 

Norfolk street, over New York, New Haven & Hartford Rail- 
road, Midland Division, near Blue Hill avenue station. 

Oakland street, over New York, New Haven & Hartford Rail- 
road, Midland Division, Mattapan. 

Porter street, over Boston & Albany Railroad. 

Prescott street, over Boston & Albany Railroad. 

Reservoir road, Brighton, over Boston & Albany Railroad, 
Newton Branch. 

Saratoga street, over Boston & Albany Railroad. 

Saratoga street, over Boston, Revere Beach & Lynn Railroad, 
East Boston. 

Southampton street, over New York, New Haven & Hartford 
Railroad, Old Colony Division. 

Sprague street, over New York, New Haven & Hartford Rail- 
road, Midland Division, and branch of Providence Division, 
Hyde Park. 

Summer street, over New York, New Haven & Hartford Rail- 
road, Midland Division. 

Sumner street, East Boston, over Boston & Albany Railroad. 

West Fourth street, over New York, New Haven & Hartford 
Railroad, Old Colony Division. 

V. — Bridges Maintained by Metropolitan Park 
Commission. 
Charles River Dam. 
Mattapan, over Neponset river. 

VI. — Bridges Maintained by Railroad Corporations. 

1st. — Boston & Albany Railroad. 
Albany street (over passenger tracks). 
Harrison avenue. 
Market street, Brighton. 
Tremont street. 
Washington street. 
Webster street (footbridge), East Boston. 

2d. — Boston & Maine and Boston & Albany Railroads. 
Main street. 
Perkins street (footbridge); 



Public Works Department. 119 

3d. — Boston & Maine Railroad, Eastern Division. 
Wauwatosa avenue, East Boston. 

4-th.— Boston, Revere Beach & Lynn Railroad. 
Everett street. 

5th. — New York, New Haven & Hartford Railroad, Midland 

Division. 
Dorchester avenue. 

East River street, at River Street Station, Hyde Park. 
Morton street, Dorchester. 
Silver street. 

Washington street, Dorchester. 
West Broadway. 
West Fifth street. 
West Fourth street. 
West Second street. 
West Sixth street. 
West Third street. 

6th. — New York, New Haven & Hartford Railroad, Old Colony 

Division. 
Adams street. 
Cedar Grove Cemetery. 
Med way street. 
Savin Hill avenue. 

7th. — New York, New Haven & Hartford Railroad, Providence 

Division. 
Albany street. 

Baker street, West Roxbury. 
Beech street, West Roxbury. 
Bellevue street, West Roxbury. 
Berkeley street. 
Broadway. 

Canterbury street, West Roxbury. 
Castle square. 

Centre and Mt. Vernon streets, West Roxbury. 
Columbus avenue. 
Dartmouth street. 
Gardner street, West Roxbury. 
Harrison avenue. 
Milton street, Hyde Park. 
New Allen street, Hyde Park. 
Park street, West Roxbury. 
Walworth street, West Roxbury. 
Washington street. 
West street, Hyde Park. 
West River street, Hyde Park. 



84 



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120 City Document No. 26. 



Recapitulation of Bridges. 

I. Number wholly maintained by Boston: 

In charge of Bridge and Ferry Division . 65 
In charge of Bridge and Ferry Division and 

Park and Recreation Department . . 2 
In charge of Park and Recreation Depart- 
ment 17 

II. Number of which Boston maintains the part 
within its limits: 
In charge of Bridge and Ferry Division . 9 
In charge of Park and Recreation Depart- 
ment 5 

III. Number of which Boston pays a part of the 

cost of maintenance: 
In charge of Bridge and Ferry Division . 5 
In charge of Commissioners for Boston and 

Cambridge Bridges * 7 

— 12 

IV. Number of which Boston maintains the whole 

or a part of the wearing surface . . 29 

V. Number maintained by Metropolitan Park 

Commission 2 

VI. Number maintained by railroad corporations: 

1. Boston & Albany Railroad ... 6 

2. Boston & Maine and Boston & Albany 

Railroads 2 

3. Boston & Maine Railroad, Eastern 

Division 1 

4. Boston, Revere Beach & Lynn Railroad, 1 

5. New York, New Haven & Hartford 

Railroad, Midland Division . . 11 

6. New York, New Haven & Hartford 

Railroad, Old Colony Division . . 4 

7. New York, New Haven & Hartford 

Railroad, Providence Division . . 20 

— 45 

Total number _186 

^Including Anderson Bridge at Soldiers Field, now under construction, which will be 
maintained by the commissioners upon its completion. 



Public Works Department. 



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Table Showing the Widths of Openings for Vessels in all Bridges 
Provided with Draws in the City of Boston in January, 1914. 



Name of Beidge. 


Location. 


Is 

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So 


Width. 




Brighton to Cambridge 

Over Fort Point channel 




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45 " f> 










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Boston & Maine Railroad, Eastern 
Division. 


Boston to Charlestown 




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Boston & Maine Railroad, Fitchburg 
Division. 


Boston to Charlestown 




36 


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Boston & Maine Railroad, Fitchburg 
Division (for teaming freight) . 


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36 


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Bostpn & Maine Railroad (freight), 
Southern Division. 


Boston to East Cambridge. . . . 




40 


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Boston & Maine Railroad (passenger) , 
Southern Division. 


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39 


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Boston & Maine Railroad, Western 
Division. 


Boston to Charlestown 




39 


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36 


" 3 


II 


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Boston to East Cambridge. . . . 




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Dorchester 




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24 


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40 


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Dover street 


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Grand Junction Railroad 


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Dorchester to Milton 

Boston to Cambridge 


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f Drawless opening; clear headroom of 28 feet above basin level. 

t Opening to be widened to 47 feet 6 inches upon completion of temporary bridge. 



Public Works Department. 123 

Table Showing Widths of Openings, etc. — Concluded. 



Name of Bridge. 


Location. 


s ° 

d a 


Width. 


Harvard (Cambridge side) 








Over Reserved channel, South 
Boston. 

East Boston to Chelsea 

Dorchester to Quincy 

Over Fort Point channel 

Dorchester to Quincy 

Brighton to Watertown 

Over Fort Point channel 

Charlestown to Cambridge. . . . 

Over Fort Point channel 

Boston to Charlestown 

Brighton to Cambridge 

Brighton to Watertown 




39 " 3 


Maiden 


50 " 
100 " 




36 " 


New York, New Haven & Hartford 
Railroad. 

New York, New Haven & Hartford 
Railroad, Y-connection. 

New York, New Haven & Hartford 
Railroad, Plymouth Division. 


42 " 
42 " 
51 " 
30 « 




75 " 3 




37 " 5 




50 " 




36 " 




36 " 3 " 




36 " 







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ELEVATIONS AND DATUM PLANES REFERRED 
TO BOSTON CITY BASE. 



Feet. 

* . 00 Boston city base. This base is used by the 
towns of Brookline and Watertown and the 
cities of Chelsea, Everett, Maiden, Newton 
and Waltham. 
— 4 . 98 Cambridge city base. 
+0.64 Somerville city base. 

0.00 Metropolitan Park Commission base. 
+0.60 Harbor and Land Commission and Directors 
of the Port of Boston base. 
. 00 Metropolitan Water Board base. 
— 100.00 Metropolitan Sewerage Board base. 
— 100 . 00 Boston Transit Commission base. 
— 100.00 Charles River Commission base. 

15.45 Old bench mark on coping of old dry dock at 

Charlestown Navy Yard. 
15. 11 New bench mark on coping of old dry dock at 
Charlestown Navy Yard, northwest end 
over crowfoot. 
5 . 00 Piles to be cut off for buildings. 
12.00 Minimum cellar bottom elevation when not 

waterproofed. 
9.82 South Boston base. Formerly in use, now 

abandoned. 
0.00 Mean low water about 1830. f 
+0.34 Mean low water, 1867. t 
+0.79 Mean low water, 1902. f 
+0.58 Navy Yard base, 1902. f 
10.63 Mean high water, 1902.f 
5.71 Mean sea level, 1902. f 
9 . 84 Mean rise and fall of tide, 1902.f 

* Definition of Boston city base: "Boston city base is a datum plane 15 feet above 
the average height of the sill of the Charlestown dry dock." (Page 552, report of Com- 
mittee on Charles River Dam, 1903.) 

t John R. Freeman, civil engineer, in report to Committee on Charles River Dam, 
1903, pp. 562, 569, 570. 



126 



City Document No. 26. 



Highest Recorded Tides. 



Feet. 



15.62 April 16, 1851, average of seven observations, 
North Market street and vicinity, leveled on in 
1854 by Charles Harris, Surveying Division 
n. b. 22, p. 54 (15.10 above mean low water, 
United States Coast Survey Chart of Boston 
Harbor, 1857). 

15.64 December 26, 1909, average of twenty-nine obser- 
vations, on water front, Nut Island to Deer 
Island, elevations determined in most cases by 
John H. Edmonds, before January 1, 1910, 
from points put in for that purpose, 1902 
to 1905. 

15.50 Actual elevation at North Ferry, Boston proper, 
as observed on staff gauge, at high water. 
From comparison of contemporary diary and 
newspaper accounts the only tide of this class, 
prior to 1851, found by John H. Edmonds, 
was that of February 24, 1722-23, which was 
in all probability about 16.00. 

The following tidal records may be of interest : 



High Tides. 

[Plane of Reference, Boston City Base. 



Feet. 



Date. 



Where Taken. 



By Whom. 



16.00 
15.62 
15.74 
14.94 
13.72 
14.19 
13.60 
13.00 
13.40 
14.83 
14.70 
14.70 
13.50 
13.00 



Feb. 24, 
April 16, 
April 16, 
Nov. 27, 
Nov. 8, 
Nov. 25, 
Dee. 14, 
Feb. 17, 
Jan. 14, 
Jan. 25, 
Jan. 25, 
Jan. 25, 
Nov. 15, 
April 9, 



1722-23 

1851.. 

1851.. 

1898.. 

1900.. 

1901.. 

1902.. 

1903.. 

1904.. 

1905.. 

1905.. 

1905.. 

1906.. 

1907.. 



* By comparison 

* Average of 7 observations. . 

Navy Yard, staff gauge 

Average of 15 observations. 

Maiden Bridge 

Average of 10 observations. 
Average of 11 observations. 
North Ferry, Boston proper. . 
North Ferry, Boston proper. . 
Average of 34 observations. 
Inner harbor, 10 observations 
North Ferry, Boston proper. . 

Neponset Bridge 

North Ferry, Boston proper. . 

* See previous table. 



J. H. Edmonds. 
Charles Harris. 
Isaac Williams. 

F. P. Spalding. 



J. H. Edmonds. 
J. H. Edmonds. 



J. H. Edmonds. 
M. F. Toomey. 
J. H. Edmonds. 



Public Works Department. 



127 



High Tides. — Concluded. 



FpET. 


Date. 


Where Taken. 


By Whom. 


13.10 


Nov. 


24, 


1909... 


North Ferry, Boston proper 


J. H. Edmonds. 


13.35 


Nov 


25, 


1909... 


North Ferry, Boston proper 


J. H. Edmonds. 


13 10 




91, 


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13.00 


Nov 


28, 


1909... 


North Ferry, Boston proper 


J. H. Edmonds. 


15.64 


Dec. 


26, 


1909... 


* Average of 29 observations. 




15.50 


Dec. 


26, 


1909... 


North Ferry, Boston proper (a. m.) 


J. H. Edmonds. 


11.90 


Dec. 


26, 


1909... 




J. H. Edmonds. 


13 45 


Feb. 


1" 


1910.. . 






13.35 


Oct. 


21, 


1910... 


North Ferry, Boston proper 


J. H. Edmonds. 


13.50 


Dec. 


26, 


1913... 


North Ferry, Boston proper 


F. P. Spalding. 



* See previous table. 



Low Tides. 



5.60 


Feb. 27, 1898.... 


Deer Island, metropolitan sewer station .... 


Self-recording gauge. 


—3.50 


Feb. 1, 1900.... 


Deer Island, metropolitan sewer station .... 


Self-recording gauge. 


—2.94 


Feb. 3,1900.... 


South Boston station, Edison Electric 


D. A. Harrington. 


—3.00 


Feb. 4,1904.... 


Deer Island, metropolitan sewer station. . . . 


Self-recording gauge. 


—2.70 


Mar. 23, 1905.... 


Deer Island, metropolitan sewer station. . . . 


Self-recording gauge. 



128 City Document No. 26. 



FERRY SERVICE. 



An improvement in the administration of the Ferry- 
Service was made in November, 1913, when a new system 
of checking the receipts from team traffic, collected by 
the gatemen, was put into effect. Under this system 
the gateman delivers to the driver of each vehicle a 
check punched to indicate the amount of fare collected 
and whether the fare was paid by ticket or in cash. 
These checks are collected as the vehicles go aboard 
the boat, examined to see that they are properly punched, 
and deposited in a locked box which is collected daily 
and taken to the main office of the Ferry Service. Each 
day the checks are carefully sorted and counted in the 
ferry office and compared with the gatemen' s returns 
by ticket and by cash. The checks bear serial numbers 
and every check must be accounted for. The results 
by this system have proven satisfactory, but a consider- 
able expense is involved in the matter of printing (about 
1,200,000 checks being required annually), and in the 
labor involved in sorting the checks and verifying the 
returns in the ferry office. A second and less expensive 
method of checking the gatemen's collections is to be 
put into effect February 1, by which the captain or 
quartermaster of each boat is to keep a record of each 
class of vehicles as they come aboard the boat. If, 
after a fair trial, it should be found that accurate results 
can be had by this second method, it is probable that 
for reasons of economy the abolition of the first system, 
now in use, will be recommended. 

At the beginning of the year the rebuilding of the 
north pier of the South Ferry, Boston side, was in 
progress under a contract with W. H. Ellis, the work 
being paid for out of a special appropriation for ferry 
landings repairs. This work was completed March 17, 
1913, the amount paid under the contract being 
$5,966.31. 

From the regular maintenance appropriation, exten- 
sive repairs were made on the north drop at the Boston 
side and the south drop and landing at the East Boston 
side of the North Ferry, and a hew type of paving, 
affording an excellent foothold for horses, which had 



Public Works Department. 129 

been tried out on some of the drops the previous year, 
was laid on two additional drops. 

A large amount of repair work was done upon the 
boats, all of which were hauled out for repairs and 
inspection during the year, either upon the Atlantic 
Works railway or in Simpson's dry dock and the boats 
are now in much better condition than at the time of 
the organization of the Public Works Department in 
1911. With the exception of extensive repairs to the 
"Hugh O'Brien," on which it will be necessary to relay 
an entire new roadway deck and to make many other 
repairs, it is probable that the cost of boat repairs in 
1914 will not be large. 

As mentioned in the Division Engineer's report, the 
ferryboat "D. D. Kelly," which has been in service for 
thirty-five years, has reached such a condition that at 
any time it may be condemned for ferry use, and a 
new boat is needed to replace the "D. D. Kelly." 
Recommendations for the more important repairs needed 
at the ferries are given in the report of the Division 
Engineer. 

The property of the Ferry Service is as follows: 

South Ferry, East Boston side. — Located at the 
termination of Lewis street and covers an area of 58,725 
square feet of land and water. On these premises are 
one head-house with canopies, one workshop, one 
storehouse, one modern coal pocket, three piers which 
form the two slips, two drops and tanks, one wharf and 
dock where boats are laid while not in use or while 
undergoing repairs. 

South Ferry, Boston side. — Located at the termina- 
tion of Eastern avenue and covers an area of 38,135 
square feet of land and water, on which are one head- 
house with canopies, one gate room, three piers which 
form the two slips, and two drops and tanks. 

North Ferry, Boston side. — Located at the termina- 
tion of Battery street and covers an area of 45,000 
square feet of land and water, on which are one head- 
house with canopies, one gate room, three piers which 
form the two slips, and two drops and tanks. 

North Ferry, East Boston side. — Located at the termi- 
nation of Border street and covers an area of 62,138 
square feet of land and water, on which are one head- 
house with canopies, one boiler and room, one coal 
pocket, three piers which form the two slips, and two 
drops and tanks. 



Length. 


160 ft. 


3 in 


175 " 


6 " 


160 " 


3 " 


164 " 


3 " 


164 " 


3 " 


164 " 


3 " 


172 " 


3 " 



130 City Document No. 26. 

The following steam ferryboats are in commission : 

Name. When Built. Kind. 

D. D. Kelley 1879 Side wheel 

Hugh O'Brien 1883 

General Hancock 1887 

Governor Russell 1898 Propeller 

Noddle Island 1899 

General Sumner 1900 

John H. Sullivan 1912 

Financial Statement for the Year Ending 
January 31, 1914. 

1. Receipts. 

Total cash receipts during the year . . . $106,327 08 
Cash in hands of tollmen at beginning of year . 200 00 

$106,527 08 

Cash paid over to City Collector . $105,937 02 
Cash in hands of tollmen January 

31, 1914 200 00 

Cash in hands of cashier January 31, 

1914 (balance) .... 390 06 

$106,527 08 



2. Appropriations and Expenditures. 

Balance unexpended from previous years (special 

appropriations) $8,048 11 

Received from annual appropriation (part of ap- 
propriation) for Bridge and Ferry Division . 277,727 39 

Total appropriations $285,775 50 

Total expenditures 285,259 90 

Balance unexpended (special appropriations) . $515 60 

3. Result of Operations for the Year. 

Receipts for the year (net income) . . $106,327 08 

Ordinary expenses 

Interest on ferry debt 

Cost of repairing ferry landings 

Decrease in valuation of real estate 

per assessors* 
Depreciation of ferryboats 
Depreciation of machinery and tools 
Decrease in stock of fuel . 
Decrease in stock of supplies . 

Net outgo for the year . . 351,025 92 

Net loss for the year $244,698 84 

* This amount was erroneously included by the assessors in the valuation of 1912-13, 
and is here deducted from the valuation of 1913-14 to rectify the same. 



$277,727 39 

16,155 00 

7,532 51 


31,600 00 

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s 337 86 


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135 



Comparative Balance Sheets at the Close of Each Year for Five Years. 



January 31, 
1910. 



January 31, 
1911. 



January 31, 
1912. 



January 31, 
1913. 



January 31, 
1914. 



Assets. 
Cash, balance on hand. . . . 
Cash, tollmen's capital. . . . 

Rents receivable 

Fuel and supplies in stock. 



$200 00 



$200 00 



City Treasurer (balance of appro- 
priation) 



Ferryboats (less depreciation) 

Machinery and tools (less deprecia- 
tion) 



Real estate, land _ and buildings 
(assessors' valuation) 



4,730 56 

40,015 60 
173,880 05 

4,634 50 

606,400 00 



10,830 80 

124,975 60 
163,987 25 

4,171 05 

616,400 00 



Total tangible assets. 



Cost of avenues, etc., East Boston 
(previous to 1870) 1 



Deficiency of assets (loss) . 
Totals 



$829,860 71 

315,815 68 
3,343,848 65 



$920,564 70 

315,815 68 
3,525,261 72 



$4,489,525 04 



$4,761,642 10 



Liabilities. 

Capital invested by the City of 
Boston to date 



Appropriations account (credit 
balance) 



$4,449,509 44 
40,015 60 



,636,666 50 
124,975 60 



Total liabilities. 



$4,489,525 04 



$4,761,642 10 



$200 00 



8,440 00 

110,498 24 
216,769 72 

3,753 95 

641,800 00 



$200 00 

22 00 

10,877 63 

8,048 11 
267,685 78 

3,378 55 

641,800 00 



$390 06 

200 00 

22 00 

9,265 62 

515 60 
251,624 63 

3,040 69 

610,200 00 



$981,461 91 

315,815 68 
3,677,838 48 



$932,012 07 

315,815 68 
3,905,960 81 



$875,258 60 

315,815 68 
4,150,659 65 



$4,975,116 07 



$5,153,788 56 



$4,864,617 S3 
110,498 24 



$4,975,116 07 



$5,145,740 45 
8,048 11 



$5,341,733 93 

$5,341,733 93 
515 60 



$5,153,788 56 $5,341,733 93 



Details of Capital Invested by the City of Boston. 



Total expenditures to date, per ferry 


$10,659,427 16 

17,935 00 

279,148 85 


$10,953,322 79 

17,935 00 

279,148 85 


$11,285,363 22 

17,935 00 

279,148 85 


$11,674,764 87 

17,215 00 

279,148 85 


$11,977,239 77 


Interest on debt for the year (per 


16,155 00 


Interest previous years, etc. (net 
debits per auditor) 


279,148 85 


Deduct total receipts paid to col- 


$10,956,511 01 
6,507,001 57 


$11,250,406 64 
6,613,740 14 


$11,582,447 07 
6,717,829 24 


$11,971,128 72 
6,825,388 27 


$12,272,543 62 
6,931,325 29 






Excess of expenditures, capital 


$4,449,509 44 


$4,636,666 50 


$4,864,617 S3 


$5,145,740 45 


$5,341,218 33 















1 See footnote 4 under Table 4. 

2 Auditor's figures for total expenditures and receipts are $60,278.56 more than the above, the difference 
(capital invested) being the same. 



136 City Document No. 26. 



Total Expenditures Upon Ferries Since 1858-59. 

Expenditures for avenues, paving, interest, etc., 

previous to purchase of the ferries by the 

city . $444,101 30 

Purchase of ferries, April, 1870 . ." . 276,375 00 

Expenditures for ferryboats since April, 1870 . 743,070 58 

Expenditures for new buildings, piers, drops, 

etc. 607,523 64 

Expenditures for tools and fixtures . . . . 14,752 46 

Expenditures for land from Lincoln's Wharf in 

1887 5,562 52 

Expenditures for land from Battery Wharf in 

1893 10,000 00 



Total expenditures on capital account . $2,101,385 50 

Expenditures for repairs of all kinds . . . 1,076,078 49 

Expenditures for fuel .'. 1,576,402 67 

Expenditures for salaries and wages . . 5,733,881 82 

Expenditures for all other purposes . . . 1,845,073 70 



$12,332,822 18 



Total Receipts From Ferries Since 1858-59. 

Receipts from rents, etc., previous to purchase 

of ferries $29,588 56 

Receipts from ferry tolls since purchase of 

ferries ......... 6,696,508 37 

Receipts from rents since purchase of ferries . 64,670 79 

Receipts from sales of ferryboats . . '." 149,067 44 

Receipts from all other sources, per ferry books, 21,623 90 
Receipts from all other sources, additional, per 

auditor 30,734 85 



Total receipts from all sources . . . $6,992,193 91 
Less amount with tollmen as capital, $200 00 
Less amount on hand with cashier at 

close of the year . . . . 390 06 

590 06 



Total receipts per auditor's figures . . $6,991,603 85 

Regular Annual (Ordinary) and Special Appro- 
priations (Extraordinary) of the Ferry 
Service for the Year Ending January 31, 1914. 

Appropriations (regular) for the year ending 

January 31, 1914 . * . . . $277,727 39 

Amount of expenditures for the year . . $277,727 39 



Public Works Department. 137 

Special Appropriations. 
Appropriation authorized and issued May 27, 

1902, for ferry improvements .... $100,000 00 
Amount expended from May 27, 1902, to 

January 31, 1914 99,984 40 



Unexpended balance of the appropriation Janu- 
ary 31, 1914 $15 60 

Appropriation authorized January 19, 1910, for 

transfer from Lamp Division, for repairing 

ferryboat "General Sumner " . . . $40,000 00 

Amount expended from January 19, 1910, to 

January 31, 1914 39,500 00 

Unexpended balance of this appropriation 

January 31, 1914 . . . . . . $500 00 

Appropriation authorized and issued August 

22, 1911, for ferry landings repairs . .. $52,000 00 

Amount expended from August 

22, 1911,. to January 31, 1912, $3,888 05 
Amount expended from February 

1, 1912, to January 31, 1913, 40,579 44 
Amount expended from February 

1, 1913, to January 31, 1914, 7,532 51 

$52,000 00 



Amounts Paid from Special Appropriation for Ferry 
Landing Repairs. 

Amount paid Samuel Cabot, Inc., fifty gallons "Conservo," $20 00 

Amount paid W. H. Ellis, under contract rebuilding Boston 

landing, South Ferry: 

15 piles under 45 feet at $20.50 . . . $307 50 

23 piles (45 feet to 50 feet) at $22 . . 506 00 

22 piles (50 feet to 55 feet) at $23.50 . . 517 00 

80 piles delivered at $16 1,280 00 

700 feet yellow pine at $59 . . . • . 41 30 

Drop foundations, 45 per cent done (bid 

$1,000) 450 00 

Miscellaneous, 60 per cent done ($575 bid), 345 00 



$3,446 80 
Less 15 per cent 517 02 



Amount paid S. W. K. Brooks, rebuilding outer half of old 
wharf at Boston landing, South Ferry: 

Labor and material $187 47 

37 men, shoving trusses at 50c. ... 18 50 

182 men, moving ballast at 50c. . . . 91 00 



2,929 78 



Carried forward $296 97 $2,949 78 



138 



City Document No. 26. 



Brought forward $296 97 

150 men, examinations of tanks, from Jan- 
uary 11, 1913, to March 1, 1913, at 50c. . 75 00 

Amount paid S. W. K. Brooks under contract, building tanks, 
Boston landing, South Ferry: 

Tank for south drop, complete . . . $3,500 00 

Tank for north drop, complete . . . 3,350 00 



Less previous payments 



56,850 00 
5,680 12 



Amount paid W. H. Ellis under contract, 

rebuilding north pier, Boston landing, South Ferry : 



15 piles under 45 feet at $20.50 
39 piles (45 feet to 50 feet) at $22 
66 piles (50 feet to 55 feet) at $23.50 
32 piles (55 feet to 60 feet) at $25 
12,000 feet B. M. yellow pine at $59 

14 chocks at $1 

Drop foundations, 90 per cent done (bid 

$1,000) 

Miscellaneous, 90 per cent done (bid $575), 

Less 15 per cent 



$307 50 
858 00 

1,551 00 

800 00 

708 00 

14 00 

900 00 
517 50 

$5,656 00 
848 40 

$4,807 60 
2,929 78 

Amount paid W. H. Ellis under contract, rebuilding north 
pier, Boston landing, South Ferry : 

15 piles under 45 feet at $20.50 . . . $307 50 

39 piles (45 feet to 50 feet) at $22 . . . 858 00 

66 piles (50 feet to 55 feet) at $23.50 . . 1,551 00 

37 piles (55 feet to 60 feet) at $25 . . 925 00 

12,090 feet B. M. yellow pine at $59 . . 713 31 

14 chocks at $1 14 00 

90 piles covered with canvas at 25c. . . 22 50 

Drop foundations 1,000 00 

Miscellaneous 575 00 



Less previous payments 



Less 5 per cent 



Less previous payments 



$5,966 31 

298 32 

$5,667 99 

4,807 60 



Amount paid W. H. Ellis under contract, rebuilding north 

pier, Boston landing, South Ferry: 
Amount of contract as per last estimate . . $5,966 31 
Less previous payments 5,667 99 

Amount paid General Waterproofing Company, covering 
three pile tops, Boston landing, North Ferry, middle 
pier 



Amount paid prior to February 1, 1912 . 

Amount paid from February 1, 1912, to February 1, 1913 

Amount paid from February 1, 1913, to February 1, 1914 



2,949 78 
371 97 



1,169 88 



1,877 82 



860 39 



298 32 



4 35 

$7,532 51 

$3,88S 05 

40,579 44 

7,532 51 

$52,000 00 



Public Works Department. 



139 



Statement Showing Receipts at Each Ferry. 
North Ferry. 



From Tollmen. 


Foot 

Passengers. 


Team 
Tickets. 


Totals. 


East Boston side 


$16,214 90 
17,115 17 


$8,126 50 

5,472 50 


$24,341 40 


Boston side 


22,587 67 








$33,330 07 


$13,599 00 


$46,929 07 



From tollmen 

From gatemen: 

For 86,077 foot passengers at 1 
cent 

For cash fares for teams 



77 
9,187 29 



Total at North Ferry 



$46,929 07 



10,048 06 



,977 13 



South Ferry. 



From Tollmen. 


Foot 
Passengers . 


Team 
Tickets. 


Totals. 


East Boston side 


$12,055 73 
12,777 98 


$3,959 50 
6,008 50 


$16,015 23 


Boston side 


18,786 48 








$24,833 71 


$9,968 00 


$34,801 71 



From tollmen 

From gatemen: 

For 75,970 foot passengers at 1 
cent 

For cash fares for teams 



Total at South Ferry 



$759 70 
9,655 72 



,801 71 



10,415 42 



,217 13 



North and South Ferries as above . 

Tickets paid for at ferry office 

Received in lieu of free ferries, July 4, 1913 



Rents for the year 
Carried forward 



$102,194 26 

1,992 30 

1 00 

$104,187 56 
514 00 

$104,701 56 



140 City Document No. 26. 

Brought forward $104,701 56 

Sale of old material . 74 00 

Commissions on public telephone . . . . 51 52 

Head-house privileges 600 00 

Revenue applied to appropriation, damages 

recovered 900 00 



Total cash receipts for the year . . . $106,327 08 

Statement of Travel on the Ferries from February 
1, 1913, to January 31, 1914, Inclusive. 

North Ferry. South Ferry. 

Foot passengers at 1 cent each . 3,419,084 2,559,341 
Foot passengers by ticket . . 39,250 26,832 

Foot passengers free ... - 1,396 1,113' 



Total foot . . . . 


3,459,730 


2,587,286 


One-horse teams and pleasure car- 






nages 


350,218 


301,483 


Two-horse teams .... 


128,232 


110,889 


Three-horse teams . 


5,207 


2,525 


Four-horse teams .... 


2,008 


2,570 


Two-horse pleasure carriages and 






hacks . . . 


36,763 


27,097 


Handcarts, etc 


1,812 


850 


Dragwheels 


1 


— 


Free teams . . 


8,171 
532,412 


4,783 




450,197 


Total cash foot passengers 


6,044,507 


Total free foot passengers 




2,509 


Total foot passengers carried . 


6,047,016 


Total cash teams .... 




969,655 


Total free teams .... 




12,954 


Total teams carried . 




982,609 



Public Works Department. 



141 



Total Travel on Both Ferries from February 1, 
1909, to January 31, 1914. 





1909-10. 


1910-11. 


1911-12. 


1912-13. 


1913-14. 


One-horse teams 


625,723 

245,131 

11,929 

9,257 

30,667 

5,934 

12 


625,081 

241,896 

11,040 

9,498 

40,703 

6,068 

5 


635,792 

236,600 

10,357 

7,218 

51,637 

4,329 

11 


658,255 

249,052 

9,697 

5,838 

67,094 

5,519 

6 


651,701 
239,121 




7,732 




4,578 


Two-horse carriages and hacks 

Two-cent tolls for handcarts, etc. . . 


63,860 

2,662 

1 








934,653 
4,722 


934,291 
5,386 


946,144 
8,134 


995,101 
14,541 


969,655 




12,954 








939,375 


939,677 


954,278 


1,009,642 


982,609 








6,352,461 
960 


6,313,696 
3,827 


6,007,367 
3,554 


5,950,153 
2,551 


6,044,507 




2,509 






Total foot passengers 


6,353,421 


6,317,523 


6,010,921 


5,952,704 


6,047,016 



142 City Document No. 26. 



APPENDIX C. 



REPORT OF DIVISION ENGINEER OF THE 
HIGHWAY DIVISION. 



Boston, February 2, 1914. 

Mr. L. K. Rourke, 

Commissioner of PublicWorks: 

Dear Sir,— I submit herewith a report of the income, 
expenditures and operations of the Highway Division of 
the Public Works Department for the year 1913. 

The maintenance expenditures of the division for the 
year, from February 1, 1913, to January 31, 1914, was 
as follows: 

Paving Service $1,392,468 22 

Sanitary Service 925,318 56 

Street Cleaning and Water Service . . . 753,457 39 

Lighting Service 795,880 53 



i,867,124 70 



The permanent pavements laid during the year were 
confined principally to wood blocks and bitulithic. 
Warren avenue in the South End; Marvin, Ruggles and 
Vernon streets in Roxbury, and the completion of the 
contract in Washington street, Dorchester, comprise the 
wood block areas. Bitulithic pavement was laid in 
Washington street, Brighton, and Centre and South 
streets, West Roxbury. 

The use of bituminous binders in the maintenance of 
the macadam streets by the division forces has been 
continued, about all the streets resurfaced being treated 
with tar or asphalt. The resurfacing operations of the 
Paving Service used about 460,000 gallons of asphalt 
and tar. 

The activity in the construction of assessment streets 
is shown by the awarding of 105 contracts during the 
year. Of this number 80 were completed, together with 



Public Works Department. 143 

27 carried over from last year, making 107 contracts 
completed in 1913, the balance, 25 contracts, carried 
over to 1914 for completion. 

The contract with the Boston Development and 
Sanitary Company became operative in March, the 
Sanitary Service delivering its collections of garbage, 
ashes and refuse at the several water front stations and 
Southampton street and Massachusetts avenue dumps. 
The opening of these stations has eliminated the inland 
dumps which means long hauls for the material collected 
in the outskirts of the district and a consequent increase 
in the cost of the Sanitary Service. To facilitate the 
delivery of ashes, etc., to the stations two auto trucks 
were purchased, the results thus far being very satis- 
factory. New horse-drawn carts of special design have 
been added to the rolling stock which can be used in 
collecting either garbage or ashes. 

The street cleaning rolling stock has been reinforced 
by the addition of two new pressure flushers and a 
number of new horses to replace some worn-out stock. 
Experiments have been made in the line of dustless 
sweeping by the use of calcium chloride and also spraying 
the broom, the results obtained not being entirely 
satisfactory. In the oiling of streets about 1,500,000 
gallons of oil were used for dust suppression, covering an 
area of about 7,000,000 square yards. Oils with asphaltic 
base were principally used although a considerable area 
was treated with light or non-asphaltic oils, the latter 
being applied under pressure by the city gasolene auto- 
mobile spraying machine, capacity of tank 1,000 gallons. 

Street lamps of the various types have been installed 
on the new streets constructed by the division; also on 
private streets that have been opened and built upon. 

The installation of arc and tungsten lamps in the city 
proper in place of gas lamps has been completed. Mag- 
netite arc lamps have been substituted for inclosed arc 
lamps in the Charlestown district, giving that section 
the same service as received in the other sections of the 
city. 

There is a growing demand for additional lighting on 
some of the business streets and thoroughfares which 
should be attended to when funds are available. 

Respectfully, 

James H. Sullivan, 

Division Engineer. 



144 



City Document No. 26. 



Financial Statement, Highway Division. 

Receipts. 

Appropriation $3,670,000 00 

Transfer from Bridge and Ferry Division . . 30,000 00 

Transfer from Printing Department . . . 25,000 00 

Transfer from Reserve Fund .... 25,000 00 

Transfer from City Debt Requirements, Interest, 20,000 00 

Revenue 98,805 44 



Paving Service 

Inspectors' services . 
Labor and materials 

furnished 
Materials sold . 
Care and feed of 

horses 
Use of roller 
Damage to automo 

bile 
Removing snow- 
Gasolene furnished 
Refund of overpay- 
ment on crushed 
stone 

Sanitary Service 

Sale of tickets for 
removal of ashes, 
garbage, etc. 

Sale of towboat 
"Cormorant" 

Sale of old material . 

Horse killed on ac- 
count of glanders . 

Refund on overpay- 
ment on express 
charge . 

Work done and ma- 
terials f u r n ished 
other divisions and 
departments . 

Care and feed of 
horses 

Dumping boat serv- 
ice . 

Carried forward 



$22,692 59 



$5,071 50 

10,397 97 

1,490 19 

4,083 64 

7 00 

500 00 

500 00 

25 67 



616 62 



,530 05 

8,287 42 
358 37 

50 00 

47 

5,335 37 

628 00 

9 75 



75,199 43 



$3,868,805 44 



Public Works Department. 145 

Brought forward $3,868,805 44 

Street Cleaning and Oiling 

Service $913 42 

Removing street dirt, $833 00 

Horse killed on ac- 
count of glanders, 50 00 

Labor and materials 

furnished . 30 42 



$3,868,805 44 
Transferred to Central Office appropriation . 159 50 

$3,868,645 94 
Expenditures. 
Lighting Service .... $795,880 53 
Paving Service .... 1,392,468 22 

Sanitary Service .... 925,318 56 
Street Cleaning and Oiling Service, 753,457 39 



3,867,124 70 



Balance January 31, 1914 $1,521 24 

Special Appropriations. 

Street Lighting Equipment. 

Balance February 1, 1913 $296,411 48 

Expenditures from February 1, 1913, to January 
31, 1914 000,000 00 

,411 48 



Highways, Making of. 
Expenditures from February 1, 1913, to January 
31, 1914 $265,583 18 

Old Colony Avenue, Construction of. 

Balance February 1, 1913 $16,053 51 

Expenditures from February 1, 1913, to January 
31, 1914 1,485 65 

Balance January 31, 1914 $14,567 86 

Tunnel Under Railroad Tracks Between Boylston and Green 

Streets, Jamaica Plain* 
Balance February 1, 1913 .... $18,687 18 

Amount paid by New York, New Haven & 

Hartford Railroad 528 55 



1,215 73 



Carried forward $19,215 73 

* Lawndale terrace laid out under chapter 393 of the Acts of 1906. 



146 



City Document No. 26. 



Brought forward 

Expenditures from February 1, 1913, to January 
31, 1914 

Balance January 31, 1914 

Arlington Street Extension* 
Expenditures from February 1, 1913, to January 
31, 1914 

Harvard Avenue, Brighton* 
Expenditures from February 1, 1913, to January 
31, 1914 

Norfolk Street Widening * 
Expenditures from February 1, 1913, to January 
31, 1914 

Pleasant Street Widening * 
Expenditures from February 1, 1913, to January 
31, 1914 

Thacher Street Extension. 

Expenditures from February 1, 1913, to January 
31, 1914 

Union Park Street* 
Expenditures from February 1, 1913, to January 
31, 1914 

Everett Street, Brighton, Property 
Balance February 1, 1913 

Expenditures from February 1, 1913, to January 
31, 1914 

Balance February 1, 1914 

Land and Buildings, Refuse Station. 

Balance February 1, 1913 

Expenditures from February 1, 1913, to January 
31, 1914 

Balance February 1, 1914 

Refuse Destructor Site, Spectacle Island. 

Balance February 1, 1913 

Expenditures from February 1, 1913, to January 
31, 1914 

Balance February 1, 1914 



,215 73 
12,227 55 



$6,988 18 


$318 33 


$645 68 


$4,946 60 


$26,415 58 


$180 67 


$8,852 47 



$23,000 00 

00,000 00 
$23,000 00 

$61,110 85 

45,527 53 
$15,583 32 

$15,000 00 

00,000 00 
$15,000 00 



* Laid out under chapter 393 of the Acts of 1906. 



Public Works Department. 147 



HIGHWAY DIVISION — LIGHTING SERVICE. 

Financial Statement. 
Expenditures, February 1, 1913, to January 31, 1914- 
Electric Lighting: 

Arc. 
Edison Electric Illuminating 

Company $432,163 09 

Charlestown Gas and Electric 

Company 27,131 68 



$459,294 77 



Incandescent. 
Edison Electric Illuminating 

Company .... $53,847 87 

Charlestown Gas and Electric 

Company 22 25 



Gas Lighting: 
Boston Consolidated Gas Com- 
pany . .... $4,391 54 
Charlestown Gas and Electric 



53,870 12 



Company 


133 93 




East Boston Gas Company 


171 79 




Rising Sun Street Lighting Com- 






pany 


258,188 84 




City lighting and care . 


1,943 06 


264,829 16 






Salaries and Wages: 






Division Engineer (part of) 


$1,250 00 




Supervisor 


2,044 45 




Inspectors 


4,275 75 




Messengers and watchmen . 


3,073 77 


10,643 97 


Auto Expenses: 






Gasolene, oil, etc 


$150 79 




Storage 


155 33 




Tubes and shoes, new and repairs, 


192 61 




Supplies 


170 85 




Registration 


10 00 




Repairs (old car) .... 


497 12 




Buick car (new) .... 


648 00 






$1,824 70 




Wages of chauffeur 


1,113 00 


2,937 70 






Carried forward .... 




$791,575 75 



148 City Document No. 26. 



Brought forward .... 

Construction: 

Underground work 
Wrought-iron work 
Electric changes .... 
Lamp-posts 


$2,650 11 

122 50 

85 58 

3 70 


$791,575 72 

2,861 89 
920 86 

201 83 
320 23 


Horsekeeping : 

Horsekeeping, shoeing, repairs, etc. . 

Printing, etc.: 

Printing $99 28 

Postage 40 00 

Stationery and periodicals . . 62 55 


Miscellaneous: 

Traveling expenses 
Telephone rentals, etc. 

Atlas 

Signs and numbers 

Tools, etc 

Testing lamps . . 
Building repairs 


$237 45 

40 53 

31 50 

2 00 

5 05 

90 

2 80 






Total 


$795,880 53 



The following is a statement of the work done during 
the year under the supervision of the Supervisor of 
Street Lighting. 

The numerous petitions and applications for new 
lamps received from citizens and from officials, also 
complaints in relation to this service, have been investi- 
gated. All streets in the underground district prescribed 
for the calendar year 1913 have been inspected and the 
necessary changes and additions made. 

Magnetite arc lamps have been substituted for the 
inclosed arc lamps in the Charlestown district, and all 
of the city proper district is now lighted electrically. 

Arc lamps were provided for skating during the season 
at Franklin Field, Wood Island, Jamaica Pond, North 
Brighton, Savin Hill and Alford Street Playgrounds. 

The number of miles of streets and ways lighted by 
this service is as follows: 









Public Works Department. 



Public streets and alleys 

Public footways 

Park roads, footways and private streets and alleys 
approximately 



149 

Miles. 

572.85 
1.04 

300.00 

873.89 



During the year 15,237 defects in the gas lamps were 
reported by the inspectors, and the following defects 
were reported by the police: Arc lamps, 9,429; incan- 
descent lamps, 1,144, and gas lamps, 766. 



Lamps Installed. 






Magnetite arc lamps 


709 




Gilbert arc lamps 




2 




Tungsten lamps 




1,362 




Single mantle gas lamps . 




116 




Inverted mantle gas lamps 




2 




Single mantle gas lamps relighted 




39 




Fire alarm gas lamps 




1 








2,231 


Lamps Discontinued. 






Gilbert arc lamps .... 


282 




Magnetite arc lamps 




36 




Flame arc lamps 




1 




Tungsten lamps 




18 




Single mantle gas lamps . 




1,475 




Inverted mantle gas lamps 




56 




Triple mantle gas lamps . 




1 




Fire alarm gas lamps 




125 








1,994 


Net increase 






237 



150 



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The following table shows the number of lamps of the 
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with the number in use January 1, 1913: 





January, 
1914. 


January, 
1913. 


Increase or 
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Single mantle gas 


9,844 

95 

17 

158 

157 

4,698 

5 

30 

3,477 

15 


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95 

18 

212 

243 

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285 

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18,259 


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various monthly bills, as follows: 



Date. 



Incandescent. 



Gas. 



Arc. 



February, 1913 

March ( 

April 5 

May 

June 

July 

August 

September 

October 

November 

December 

January, 1914 

Totals 



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6 44 



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36 
12 
19 

67 
84 



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9 23 

7 26 



$5 53 
16 40 



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388 35 

130 06 
124 48 
110 22 
60 39 
115 33 
204 55 
271 18 
351 34 
337 61 



$62 56 



$57 81 



2,464 70 



Gas Lighting. 

There are in use 9,844 single mantle gas lamps, 95 
double mantle lamps, 17 triple mantle lamps, 158 
inverted mantle lamps and 157 open flame fire alarm 
signal lamps. 

The city furnishes and provides for the setting of the 
lamp-posts, has service pipes laid from the gas mains 



152 City Document No. 26. 

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Electric Lighting. 

There are in use 4,698 magnetite arc lamps, 30 flame 
arc lamps, 5 Gilbert arc lamps, 2,379 50-watt, 1,086 
75-watt, 10 100-watt and 2 125-watt tungsten lamps 
and 15 carbon incandescent lamps. 

The electric companies provide and set the lamp-posts, 
furnish lamps, overhead wires, underground cables and 
connections and all other necessary equipment and 
maintain them in good condition and repair. 

The lighting rates for the electric lamps are in accord- 
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75-watt tungsten lamp 

100-watt tungsten lamp 

125-watt tungsten lamp 

500-watt Gilbert arc lamp. . . 
500-watt magnetite arc lamp 
500-watt flame arc lamp 



A discount of 5 per cent is made on the above rates 
for lamps in all sections of the city excepting the Hyde 
Park district, where the discount is 10 per cent. 

A deduction at the rate of 1 cent per hour per tungsten 
lamp and 5 cents per hour per arc lamp is made for all 
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Public Works Department. 157 



HIGHWAY DIVISION (Paving Service). 

The following is a description of the most important 
work done during the year under the supervision of the 
Chief Engineer. 

Granite Block Paving. 

Fulton street, from Richmond street to Lewis street, is about 
525 feet in length. The contract for repaying this street on a 
new Portland cement concrete base with pitch joints was 
awarded to the Boston Paving Company, September 30, 1913. 
The contractor also reset the edgestone and relaid the brick 
sidewalks. The city furnished the new straight edgestone, 
corners and flagging at the South End Paving Yard and some 
second-hand flagging was hauled from Warren avenue. The 
city furnished the circular edgestone, sidewalk brick and second- 
hand granite paving blocks on the line of the work. The con- 
tractor removed the old paving blocks, did the excavating and 
furnished all other materials necessary to do the work. 

Providence street, from 70 feet east of Church street to Berkeley 
street. (See "Assessment Streets.") 

Sleeper street, from Congress street about 650 feet northerly. 
The contract for furnishing and laying a special cut granite 
block pavement on a Portland cement concrete base with pitch 
joints was awarded to John E. Quinn June 3, 1913. It is a 
40-foot street with a 5-foot sidewalk on the easterly side and a 
3-foot sidewalk on the westerly side. The contractor reset the 
edgestone and relaid the brick sidewalks. The city furnished 
the straight edgestone at the South End Paving Yard and the 
sidewalk brick on the line of the work. The contractor did the 
excavating and hauled the old paving blocks to the Massachu- 
setts avenue lot. The special cut granite blocks and all other 
materials necessary to do the work was furnished by the 
contractor. 

Washington street (West Roxbury), at and near Hyde Park 
avenue and Tower street, about 120 feet in length, was paved 
with special granite blocks, 5 inches in depth, on a 6-inch Port- 
land cement concrete base, with pitch and pebble joints. This 
work was done under contract by James Doherty who also did 
the excavating and regulating. The circular edgestone was 
furnished by the city on the line of the work. The contractor 
furnished all the other materials. The old gutter blocks were 
hauled to the Child Street Paving Yard by the contractor. 
The track area was paved by the Boston Elevated Railway 
Company with second-hand blocks on a gravel bed, with cement 
grout joints. The former surface was macadam. 



158 City Document No. 26. 

West First street, from A street to the New England Railroad 
crossing, about 420 feet in length, was repaved with special cut 
granite blocks, on a 6-inch Portland cement concrete base and 
sand bed, by John E. Quinn, under his contract dated May 7, 
1913. The contractor reset the edgestone, laid the crosswalks 
and relaid the brick sidewalks. The city furnished the straight 
edgestone at the South End Paving Yard and the circular edge- 
stone and sidewalk brick on the line of the work. The con- 
tractor did the excavating and furnished the special blocks and 
flagging and all other materials required to do the work. 

Asphalt Paving. 

Hay ward place, from Washington street to Harrison avenue, 
about 268 feet in length, was resurfaced by the Boston Paving 
Company under a five (5) year maintenance guaranty, with 
1^ inches of Acme asphalt wearing surface and 1| inches bitumi- 
nous concrete binder; 392 square yards of the old concrete base 
next to Harrison avenue was removed on account of settlement 
and replaced by new Portland cement concrete 6 inches in 
depth. The remainder of the concrete base was found in good 
condition and was allowed to remain. The contractor furnished 
the necessary materials and labor. 

hovering place, from Washington street to Harrison avenue. 
(See "Assessment Streets.") 

Union Park street, from Washington street to Harrison avenue. 
(See "Assessment Streets.") 

Wood Block Paving. 

Beacon street, from Massachusetts avenue to Raleigh street, 
about 1,527 feet in length, was patched with new wood block 
under a one (1) year maintenance guaranty, on the existing 
concrete base, with gravel bed and joints, by the Central Con- 
struction Company, who also did a small amount of regulating. 
All materials were furnished by the contractor. 

Church street, from Providence street to Boylston street. 
(See "Assessment Streets.") 

Dorchester avenue, from Ralston street to 140 feet southerly, 
was paved with wood blocks on a Portland cement concrete 
base, with sand bed and sand joints, under a five (5) year main- 
tenance guaranty, by Coleman Brothers, under their contract 
dated August 9, 1913. The edgestone was reset, crosswalk 
laid and brick sidewalks relaid. The existing paving in and 
between the car tracks was not disturbed. The city furnished 
the flagging at the South Boston Paving Yard and the sidewalk 
brick on the line of the work. The contractor did the excavating 
and furnished all other materials required to do the work. The 
former surface of the street was granite block on a gravel base. 

Exchange street, from State street to Dock square, 337 feet in 
length, was paved in part with wood blocks on a Portland 



Public Works Department. 159 

cement concrete base, sand bed, expansion and sand joints, 
under a five (5) year guaranty, by the Central Construction 
Company, under its contract dated November 10, 1913, and 
in part with granite blocks on a concrete base, pitch and pebble 
joints. Under an order for extra work the original contract 
was extended from 174 feet north of State street to Dock square, 
about 163 feet in length. On the extended work wood blocks 
were laid with lath joints to within 25 feet of Dock square, which 
was repaved with the old granite blocks with pitch joints on a 
concrete base. On account of an existing injunction of the 
court, the contractor was ordered to remove the wood blocks 
for a distance of 160 feet from State street and to replace them 
with granite block and flagging with pitch and pebble joints. 
The city furnished the straight edgestone and flagging at the 
South End Paving Yard and the paving blocks and sidewalk 
brick on the line of the work. The contractor regulated the 
edgestone, did the excavating and furnished all other materials 
to do the work. The former surface of the street was granite 
block. 

Marvin street, from Washington street to Shawmut avenue, 
about 264 feet in length; Vernon street, from Washington street 
to Shawmut avenue, about 295 feet in length, and Ruggles 
street, from Washington street to Shawmut avenue, about 459 
feet in length, were paved with wooden blocks on a 6-inch Port- 
land cement concrete base, sand bed and joints, under a five (5) 
year maintenance guaranty, by the Boston Paving Company, 
under their contract dated July 1, 1913. The contractors reset 
the edgestone and furnished and laid the artificial stone side- 
walks, under a five (5) year maintenance guaranty. In con- 
nection with this work there was considerable edgestone reset, 
brick sidewalks relaid and block paving, gravel joints, repaved 
on Shawmut avenue at the approaches to the above streets. 
The city furnished the straight edgestone at the South End 
Paving Yard and circular edgestone on the line of the work. 
All other materials necessary to do the work were furnished by 
the contractor, who also did the excavating and hauled the old 
paving blocks, flagging, edgestone and sidewalk brick to the 
Dimock street lot. The former surfaces were macadam. 

Pleasant street, from Eliot street to Washington street. (See 
"Assessment Streets.") 

Warren avenue, from Berkeley street to Columbus square, 
about 2,044 feet in length, was paved with wood blocks on a 
6-inch Portland cement concrete base, sand bed, expansion 
and sand joints, under a five (5) year maintenance guaranty, 
by the Boston Paving Company, under its contract dated July 
1, 1913. The contractors reset the edgestone, laid the cross- 
walks and relaid most of the brick sidewalks. The city fur- 
nished the circular edgestone and sidewalk brick on the line of 
the work and the flagging at the South End Paving Yard. The 
contractors did the excavating and hauled the surplus old paving 



160 City Document No. 26. 

blocks and flagging to the Massachusetts avenue lot, and fur- 
nished all other materials required in doing the work. The 
former surface of the street was macadam. 

Washington street (Dorchester), from Blue Hill avenue to 
Talbot avenue and the extension across Codman square is about 
7,645 feet in length. The roadway was paved during the 
summer of 1912 from Blue Hill avenue across Bowdoin street. 
Work was resumed in the spring of 1913 by the contractor, 
William J. Barry, and finished before the close of the season. 
The roadway is paved with wood blocks on a 6-inch concrete 
base and the sidewalks with artificial stone, both under a 
five (5) year maintenance guaranty. The contractor did the 
excavating and regulating and hauled the surplus excavated 
material to Morton street, between Harvard street and Canter- 
bury street, where it was spread for filling. Old gutter blocks 
were hauled by the contractor to the Massachusetts avenue lot 
and were also used for gutter paving on various streets under 
construction. The former surface of this street was macadam. 

Bitulithic Paving. 

Centre and South streets, from Green street to Keyes street, 
about 2,742 feet in length, were paved on each side of and 
between street car tracks with 2 inches of bitulithic pavement 
on a 6-inch Portland cement concrete base, under a five (5) 
year maintenance guaranty, by the Warren Brothers Company. 
Wood block brows, 6 inches in width, were laid on a 6-inch 
Portland cement concrete base on each side of the car tracks. 
The crosswalk at side streets are the existing flagging laid on a 
6-inch Portland cement concrete base with pitch joints; 
artificial stone sidewalks were laid and the space between the 
rails was paved with second-hand granite blocks on a gravel 
bed with cement grout joints, by the Boston Elevated Railway 
Company. The contractor did the excavating and regulating. 
The city furnished the necessary new straight edgestone at the 
South End Paving Yard and the new blocks and flagging, 
except what were delivered to various contractors for use on 
other streets, were hauled by the contractor to the Carolina 
street playground. All other material was furnished by the 
contractor. The former surface was macadam. 

Norfolk street, from Washington street to the New York, 
New Haven & Hartford Railroad bridge. (See "Assessment 
Streets. ") 

Spring street, from Allen street to Poplar street, about 203 
feet in length, was paved with a bitulithic pavement on a 
Portland cement concrete base by Warren Brothers Company, 
under a five (5) year maintenance guaranty. The contractor 
also reset the edgestone and relaid the brick sidewalks. The 
city furnished the straight edgestone at the South End Paving 
Yard and the circular edgestone and sidewalk brick on the 
line of the work. The contractor furnished all other materials 



Public Works Department. 161 

necessary to do the work, and also did the excavating and hauled 
the old paving blocks, etc., to the Massachusetts avenue lot. 
The former surface of the street was granite blocks on a gravel 
base. 

Washington street (Brighton), from Cambridge street across 
Market street, about 1,146 feet in length, was paved with 
2 inches of bitulithic pavement on a 6-inch Portland cement 
concrete base, under a five (5) year maintenance guaranty, by 
the Warren Brothers Company, under its contract dated May 
26, 1913. The contractors reset the edgestone, laid the cross- 
walks, furnished and laid the wooden block brows along the car 
tracks and furnished and laid the artificial stone sidewalk under 
a five (5) year maintenance guaranty. The city furnished the 
straight edgestone and flagging at the South End Paving Yard 
and the circular edgestone on the line of the work. The con- 
tractors furnished the other materials necessary to do the work 
and hauled the old materials to the Brighton Paving Yard. 
The former surface of the street was macadam. 

Brick Block Paving. 

Hancock and Bowdoin streets, from Winter street to Hancock 
street. (See "Assessment Streets.") 

Assessment Streets. 

The following streets have been constructed or are in the 
process of construction under the provisions of chapter 393 of 
the Acts of 1906, and the acts in amendment or in addition 
thereto : 

Appian way, from Franklin street to Raymond street, is 
about 426 feet in length. The contract for constructing the 
surface of this street was awarded to John J. Lane September 9, 
1913. Work was begun September 12, 1913, and completed 
November 15, 1913. It is a 25-foot street with a 6-inch tar 
macadam roadway, edgestones were set, 2|-foot block gutters, 
and flagging crosswalks were laid. The sidewalks, 4| feet wide, 
were laid with artificial stone, under a five (5) year maintenance 
guaranty. The straight edgestone and flagging were furnished 
by the city at the South End Paving Yard, the granite blocks 
at the Brighton Yard and the circular edgestone on the line of 
the work. The contractor did the excavating and furnished all 
other materials required in doing the work. 

Armington street, from Webster street to Islington street, is 
about 570 feet in length, and Islington street, from Armington 
street to Brighton avenue, is about 263 feet in length. The 
contract for constructing the surfaces of these streets was 
awarded to A. J. & G. H. McMurtry October 24, 1913. Work 
was begun October 31, 1913, and suspended December 2, 1913. 
These streets, as constructed, are 29.75 feet in width, with a 
6-inch tar macadam roadway, granite edgestone and flagging 



162 City Document No. 26. 

crosswalks. The sidewalks are 5 feet wide, laid with artificial 
stone under a five (5) year maintenance guaranty. The 
straight edgestone and flagging was furnished by the city at the 
South End Paving Yard, Albany street, the granite paving 
blocks at the Massachusetts avenue lot, and the circular edge- 
stone on the line of the work. The contractor did the excava- 
ting and furnished all other materials required in doing the work. 
These streets are completed with the exception of the sidewalks. 
The usual granite block gutters were omitted and tar macadam 
was substituted. Work will be resumed early in the spring. 

Audubon road, from Ivy street to Mountfort street, is about 
346 feet in length. The contract for constructing the surface 
of this street was awarded to the Boston Paving Company 
October 29, 1913. Work was begun November 19, 1913, and 
completed December 20, 1913. It is a 50-foot street with a 
6-inch asphalt macadam roadway. Edgestone was set on the 
westerly side of the street and 3-foot granite block gutters were 
laid. An artificial stone sidewalk, 8 feet wide, was laid on the 
westerly side of street, under a five (5) year maintenance 
guaranty. The easterly sidewalk, which had been built pre- 
vious to the present construction, was not disturbed. The 
straight edgestone, corners and flagging were furnished by the 
city at the South End Paving Yard, Albany street, the granite 
paving blocks at the Massachusetts avenue lot and the circular 
edgestone on the line of the work. The contractor did the 
excavating and furnished all other materials required in doing 
the work. Flagging crosswalks were also laid. 

Barrymore street, from Blue Hill .avenue to Harvard street, is 
about 271 feet in length. The contract for constructing the 
surface of this street was awarded to the Fred S. & A. D. Gore 
Corporation October 2, 1912. Work was begun March 17, 
1913, and completed July 15, 1913. It is a 40-foot street with a 
6-inch macadam roadway, 3-foot granite block gutters, flagging 
crosswalks, granite edgestone and 7-foot artificial stone side- 
walks. The straight edgestone and paving blocks were fur- 
nished by the city and hauled by the contractor. The circular 
edgestone and flagging was furnished by the city on the line of 
the work. All other materials were furnished by the contractor. 
The sidewalks were laid under a five (5) year maintenance 
guaranty. The surplus excavation was hauled to Morton street. 

Bentham road, from Draper street to Robinson avenue, is 
about 270 feet in length. The contract for constructing the 
surface of this street was awarded to James Doherty December 
5, 1912. Work was begun May 3, 1913, and completed June 4, 
1913. It is a 40-foot street with a 6-inch tar macadam road- 
way, 3-foot granite block gutters, flagging crosswalks, granite 
edgestone and artificial stone sidewalks with loam space. 
The sidewalk on the east side is 7 feet in width, with an artificial 
stone walk 4 feet in width on both sides and a loam space. 
The* straight edgestone, flagging and paving blocks were fur- 



Public Works Department. 163 

nished by the city and hauled by the contractor; the circular 
edgestone was furnished by the city on the line of the work. 
All other materials were furnished by the contractor. The 
new artificial stone sidewalks were laid under a five (5) year 
maintenance guaranty. 

Brainerd road, from Harvard avenue to Warren street, is 
about 1,816 feet in length. The contract for constructing the 
surface of this street was awarded to James Doherty November 
25, 1912. Work was begun March 15, 1913, and completed 
June 21, 1913. The street varies in width from 45 to 50 feet, 
with a 6-inch tar macadam roadway. Edgestone was set, 
3-foot granite block gutters laid- and flagging crosswalks laid. 
The sidewalk, 8 foot in width, was laid with artificial stone, 
under a five (5) year maintenance guaranty. The flagging 
and part of the straight edgestone was furnished by the city 
at the South End Paving Yard, Albany street, the remainder of 
the straight edgestone and the circular edgestone were delivered 
on the line of the work by the city and the granite paving blocks 
at the Brighton Paving Yard. The contractor did the excava- 
ting and furnished all other materials required in doing the work. 
Brookview street, from Blue Hill avenue to Harvard street, is 
about 533 feet in length. The contract for constructing the 
surface of the street was awarded to James Doherty November 
25, 1912. Work was begun May 19, 1913, and completed July 
17, 1913. It is a 50-foot street, with a 6-inch tar macadam 
roadway, 3-foot granite block gutters, flagging crosswalks, 
granite edgestone and 8-foot sidewalks, consisting of a 5-foot 
artificial stone sidewalk and a loam space. The straight edge- 
stone, flagging and paving blocks were furnished by the city 
and hauled by the contractor. The circular edgestone was 
furnished by the city on the line of the work. All other mate- 
rials were furnished by the contractor. The sidewalks were 
laid under a five (5) year maintenance guaranty. The surplus 
material was hauled to Morton street and to Dumas street. 

Bynner street, from South Huntington avenue to Day street, 
is about 716 feet in length. The contract for constructing the 
surface of this street was awarded to J. C. Coleman & Sons 
Company May 6, 1913. Work was begun July 9, 1913, and 
completed September 27, 1913. It is a 40-foot street with a 
6-inch tar macadam roadway, 3-foot granite block gutters, 
flagging crosswalks, granite edgestones and artificial stone 
sidewalks, 7 feet in width, laid under a five (5) year maintenance 
guaranty. The straight edgestone, corners and flagging were 
furnished by the city at the South End Paving Yard, Albany 
street, and hauled by the contractor. The circular edgestone 
was furnished by the city on the line of the work. The paving 
blocks were furnished by the city, a part at the Massachusetts 
avenue lot and a part at Hyde square, and hauled by the con- 
tractor. All other materials were furnished by the contractor. 
Calumet street, from Parker Hill avenue to Hillside street, 



164 City Document No. 26. 

is about 1,201 feet in length. The contract for constructing the 
surface of this street was awarded to James Doherty June 3, 
1913. Work was begun August 26, 1913, and completed Novem- 
ber 8, 1913. It is a 40-foot street with a 6-inch tar macadam 
roadway. Edgestone was set and 3-foot granite block gutters 
and flagging crosswalks were laid. The sidewalk, 7 feet in 
width, was laid with artificial stone, with a five (5) year 
maintenance guaranty. The straight edgestone, corners and 
flagging were furnished by the city at the South End Paving 
Yard, Albany street; the granite paving blocks were furnished 
by the city, some on the line of the work, some from Mountf ort 
street and some from the South End Paving Yard, Albany 
street. The circular edgestone was furnished on the line of the 
work. The contractor put in crushed stone foundation under 
some of the edgestone and a ground water-drain to take care 
of the ground water which was very troublesome on this street. 
He also did the excavating and furnished all other materials 
necessary to do the work. 

Church street, from Providence street to Boylston street, about 
150 feet in length, was repaved with wood block on a concrete 
base, with sand bed and joints by Coleman Brothers, under their 
contract dated August 9, 1913. Work was begun August 12, 
1913, and completed September 11, 1913. On account of the 
change in grade of Providence street it was necessary to raise 
the car tracks and pavement on this street. The contractor 
removed the old pavement and relaid the new one with new 
blocks on a new base. He also laid 7-foot artificial stone side- 
walks. All the materials required to do the work were fur- 
nished by the contractor. The wood block pavement and 
artificial stone sidewalk are both laid under a five (5) year 
maintenance guaranty. 

Clement avenue, from Stratford street to Park street, is about 
437 feet in length. The contract for constructing the surface 
of this street was awarded to Thomas F. Minton April 28, 1913. 
Work was begun May 5, 1913, and completed July 7, 1913. It 
is a 40-foot street with a 6-inch tar macadam roadway, 3-foot 
granite block gutters, flagging crosswalks, granite edgestone 
and artificial stone sidewalks, 7 feet in width, laid under a five 
(5) year maintenance guaranty. The straight edgestone, 
corners and flagging were furnished by the city at the South 
End Paving Yard, Albany street, and hauled by the contractor. 
The circular edgestone was furnished by the city on the line of 
the work. 

The granite blocks were furnished by the city and hauled by 
the contractor, part from Massachusetts avenue lot and part 
from Washington street, Dorchester. All other materials were 
furnished by the contractor. 

Cliftondale street, from Kittredge street to Norfolk street, is 
about 951 feet in length. The contract for constructing the 
surface of this street was awarded to Thomas F. Minton June 
9, 1913. Work was begun July 16, 1913, and completed Decern- 



Public Works Department. 165 

ber 31, 1913. It is a 40-foot street with a 6-inch Bermudez 
asphalt roadway, 3-foot granite block gutters, flagging cross- 
walks, granite edgestone and artificial stone sidewalks, 7 feet 
in width, laid under a five (5) year maintenance guaranty 
(except 37 feet 2 inches from Sheffield road and 10 feet 1 inch 
from Montclair avenue). Corners and flagging were furnished 
by the city at the South End Paving Yard, Albany street, and 
hauled by the contractor. The circular edgestone was 
furnished by the city on the line of the work. The granite 
blocks were furnished by the city and hauled by the contractor, 
part from Massachusetts avenue lot and part from Centre and 
South streets. All other materials were furnished by the 
contractor. 

Crossman street, from Norfolk street to West Selden street, 
is about 696 feet in length. The contract for constructing the 
surface of this street was awarded to James Doherty August 
25, 1913. Work was begun October 15, 1913, and suspended 
December 5, .1913. It is a 40-foot street with a 6-inch tar 
macadam roadway, 3-foot granite block gutters, flagging cross- 
walks, granite edgestone with an artificial stone sidewalk on the 
north side and a crushed stone sidewalk on the south side. 
The straight edgestone, flagging and paving blocks were fur- 
nished by the city and hauled by the contractor. The cir- 
cular edgestone was furnished by the city on the line of the work. 
All other materials by the contractor. The work was com- 
pleted except the artificial stone sidewalk which is to be laid 
on the north side in the spring. 

Dalrymple street, from Egleston street to Boylston street. 
This street was practically completed last year. This year the 
macadam surface was swept off and a sealing coat of tar applied. 
Work was resumed May 1, 1913, and completed May 2, 1913. 

Dawes street, from East Cottage street to Willis street, is 
about 429 feet in length. The contract for constructing the 
surface of this street was awarded the J. J. McCarthy Company 
May 6, 1913. Work was begun May 22, 1913, and completed 
July 5, 1913. It is a 30-foot street with a 6-inch tar macadam 
roadway, 3-foot granite block gutters, flagging crosswalks, 
granite edgestone and 5-foot artificial stone sidewalks. The 
straight edgestone and flagging and paving blocks were fur- 
nished by the city. The circular edgestone was furnished by 
the city on the line of the work. All other materials were 
furnished by the contractor. The sidewalks were laid under a 
five (5) year maintenance guaranty. 

Dexter street, from Alford street to the Everett line, is about 
109 feet in length. The surface of this street was constructed 
by the Paving Service forces. Work was begun November 12, 
1913, and completed November 19, 1913. Edgestone was set, 
block gutters paved and a tar macadam roadway built. 

Don street, from Woodrow avenue to Callender street, is 
about 315 feet in length. The contract for constructing the 
surface of this street was awarded to the Boston Paving Com- 



166 City Document No. 26. 

pany May 1, 1913. Work was begun July 10, 1913, and com- 
pleted September 6, 1913. It is a 40-foot street with a 6-inch 
tar macadam roadway, 3-foot granite block gutters, nagging 
crosswalks, granite edgestone and 7-foot artificial stone side- 
walks. The straight edgestone, nagging and paving blocks 
were furnished by the city and hauled by the contractor. All 
other materials were furnished by the contractor. The side- 
walks were laid under a five (5) year maintenance guaranty. 

Dumas street, from Willowwood street to Mascot street, is 
about 440 feet in length. The contract for constructing the 
surface of this street was awarded to James Doherty November 
8, 1912. Work was begun May 15, 1913, and completed July 
3, 1913. It is a 40-foot street with a 6-inch tar macadam 
roadway, 3-foot granite block gutters, flagging crosswalks, 
granite edgestone and 7-foot artificial stone sidewalks. The 
straight edgestone, flagging and paving blocks were furnished 
by the city and hauled by the contractor. The circular edge- 
stone was furnished by the city on the line of the work. All 
other materials were furnished by the contractor. The side- 
walks were laid under a five (5) year maintenance guaranty. 

Emmons street, from Paris street to Chelsea street, is about 
320 feet in length. The contract for constructing the surface 
of this street was awarded to J. H. McCarthy Company July 
10, 1913. Work was begun August 22, 1913, and completed 
October 28, 1913. It is a 40-foot street with a 6-inch tar 
macadam roadway, 3-foot granite block gutters, flagging cross- 
walks, granite edgestone and artificial stone sidewalks 7 feet in 
width, laid under a five (5) year maintenance guaranty. The 
straight and circular edgestone were furnished by the city on 
the line of the work. The corners, flagging and granite blocks 
were furnished by the city at the East Eagle Street Yard and 
hauled by the contractor. All other materials were furnished 
by the contractor. 

Evans road, from Corey road to the Brookline line, is about 
140 feet in length. The contract for constructing the surface 
of this street was awarded to John J. Lane July 18, 1913. 
Work was begun August 6, 1913, and completed August 25, 
1913. It is a 40-foot street with a 6-inch tar macadam roadway, 
edgestone was set, 3-foot granite block gutters and flagging 
crosswalks were laid. The sidewalks, which are 6 feet wide, 
were constructed with 5-foot artificial stone walk under a five 
(5) year maintenance guaranty, with the balance a planting 
space. The ends of the walk next to Corey road are full width, 
artificial stone and on one side the walk widens to over 11 feet 
in width to conform to Corey road. The city furnished the 
straight edgestone at the Brighton Paving Yard, the flagging 
at Washington street, Brighton, the granite blocks at Boylston 
street and the circular edgestone on the line of the work. The 
contractor did the excavating and furnished all other materials 
necessary to do the work. 



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Gayland street, from West Cottage street to Judson street. 
The contract for constructing the surface of this street was 
awarded to James Doherty October 11, 1913. Work was 
begun December 22, 1913, and suspended December 30, 1913. 
The work done this year consisted of the hauling and setting 
of edgestone. Work will be resumed early in the spring. 

Greenock street, from Blue Hill avenue to Harvard street, 
is about 576 feet in length. The contract for constructing the 
surface of this street was awarded to James Doherty May 16, 
1913. Work was begun June 24, 1913, and completed August 
9, 1913. It is a 40-foot street with a 6-inch asphalt macadam 
roadway, 3-foot granite block gutters, flagging crosswalks, 
granite edgestone and 7-foot artificial stone sidewalks. The 
straight edgestone, corners and flagging and paving blocks were 
furnished by the city and hauled by the contractor. The 
circular edgestone was furnished by the city on the line of the 
work. All other materials were furnished by the contractor. 
The sidewalks were laid under a five (5) year maintenance 
guaranty. The surplus excavated material was hauled to 
Almont street. 

Hadwin way, from Hyde Park avenue to Hammatt road, 
is about 268 feet in length. The contract for constructing the 
surface of this street was awarded to West Roxbury Trap Rock 
Company November 4, 1913. Work was begun November 
7, 1912, suspended December 10, 1912, resumed March 24, 
1913, and completed May 22, 1913. It is a 35-foot street with 
a 6-inch tar macadam roadway, 3-foot granite block gutters, 
flagging crosswalks, granite edgestone and artificial stone 
sidewalks 6 feet in width, laid under a five (5) year main- 
tenance guaranty. The circular edgestone was furnished by 
the city on the line of the work. The straight edgestone and 
flagging was furnished by the city at the South End Paving 
Yard, Albany street, and hauled by the contractor. All other 
materials were furnished by the contractor. 

Hallet street, from Minot street to the New York, New Haven 
& Hartford Railroad, is about 1,858 feet in length. The con- 
tract for constructing the surface of this street was awarded 
to James Doherty July 9, 1912. Work was begun September 
30, 1912, and suspended January 3, 1913. Work was resumed 
September 10, 1913, and completed October 24, 1913. It is a 
50-foot street with a 6-inch macadam roadway, 3-foot granite 
block gutters, flagging crosswalks, granite edgestone and 8-foot 
sidewalks, part brick, part artificial stone and part crushed 
stone. The circular edgestone was furnished by the city on 
the line of the work and the flagging at the South End Paving 
Yard, Albany street. All other materials were furnished by 
the contractor. The artificial stone sidewalks were laid under 
a five (5) year maintenance guaranty. 

Hansborough street, from Blue Hill avenue to Harvard 
street, is about 609 feet in length. The contract for constructing 



168 City Document No. 26. 

the surface of this street was awarded to James Doherty May 
17, 1913. Work was begun June 10, 1913, and completed 
July 24, 1913. It is a 50-foot street with a 6-inch asphalt 
macadam roadway, 3-foot granite block gutters, flagging 
crosswalks, granite edgestone and 8-foot artificial stone side- 
walks. The straight edgestone, flagging and paving blocks 
were furnished by the city and hauled by the contractor. The 
circular edgestone was furnished on the line of the work by 
the city. All other materials were furnished by the contractor. 
The sidewalks were laid under a five (5) year maintenance 
guaranty. The surplus excavated material was hauled by the 
contractor to Morton and Dumas street. 

Hancock and Bowdoin streets, Dorchester, from Winter street 
to Hancock street, is about 220 feet in length. The contract 
for constructing the surface of this street was awarded to the 
Central Construction Company June 26, 1913. Work was 
begun July 7, 1913, and completed September 12, 1913. This 
street has a 30-foot brick block roadway on a 6-inch concrete 
base, with a 10-foot artificial stone sidewalk on the south side 
and a triangular park space with a 10-foot artificial stone 
sidewalk on the northeast side. The new granite paving 
blocks and flagging were furnished by the city and hauled by 
the contractor. The circular edgestone was furnished by the 
city on the line of the work. The existing paving materials 
not used in the work were hauled to the Hancock Street Paving 
Yard by the contractor. The artificial stone sidewalks were 
laid under a five (5) year maintenance guaranty. 

Holiday street, from Bowdoin street to Topliff street, is about 
1,011 feet in length. The contract for constructing the surface 
of this roadway was awarded to James Doherty October 2, 

1912. Work was begun April 7, 1913, and completed May 26, 

1913. It is a 40-foot street with a 6-inch macadam roadway 
and 3-foot granite block gutters, flagging crosswalks, granite 
edgestone and 7-foot artificial stone sidewalks. The straight 
edgestone and paving blocks were furnished by the city and 
hauled by the contractor. The circular edgestone and flagging 
was furnished by the city on the line of the work. All other 
materials were furnished by the contractor. The sidewalks 
were laid under a five (5) year maintenance guaranty. 

Homes avenue, from Topliff street to Draper street, is about 
1,001 feet in length. The contract for constructing the surface 
of this street was awarded to James Doherty September 19, 
1912. Work was begun March 19, 1913, and completed May 
17, 1913. It is a 40-foot street with a 6-inch tar macadam 
roadway, 3-foot granite block gutters, flagging crosswalks, 
granite edgestone and 7-foot artificial stone sidewalks. The 
straight edgestone, flagging and paving blocks were furnished 
by the city and hauled by the contractor. The circular edge- 
stone was furnished on the line of the work. All other materials 
were furnished by the contractor. The sidewalks were laid 
under a five (5) year maintenance guaranty. 



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Howes street, from Dorchester avenue to Pleasant street, is 
about 591 feet in length. The contract for constructing the 
surface of this street was awarded to James Doherty November 
25, 1912. Work was begun July 8, 1913, and completed July 
29, 1913. It is a 40-foot street with a 6-inch tar macadam 
roadway, 3-foot granite block gutters, flagging crosswalks, 
granite edgestone and 8-foot artificial stone sidewalks. The 
flagging and paving blocks were furnished by the city and 
hauled by the contractor. The circular edgestone was fur- 
nished by the city on the line of the work. All other materials 
were furnished by the contractor. The sidewalks were laid 
under a five (5) year maintenance guaranty. 

Islington street, from Brighton avenue to Webster street. 
(See Armington street.) 

Kilton street, from Park street to Talbot avenue, is about 
953 feet in length. The contract for constructing the surface 
of this street was awarded to James Doherty November 12, 
1912. Work was begun July 21, 1913, and completed Septem- 
ber 3, 1913. It is a 40-foot street with a 6-inch tar macadam 
roadway, 3-foot granite block gutters, flagging crosswalk, 
granite edgestone and 7-foot artificial stone sidewalks. The 
flagging and paving blocks were furnished by the city and 
hauled by the contractor. The circular edgestone was fur- 
nished by the city on the line of the work. All other materials 
were furnished by the contractor. The sidewalks were laid 
under a five (5) year maintenance guaranty. 

Lawndale terrace, from Lamartine street to Amory street, is 
about 419 feet in length. The contract for constructing the 
surface of this street from Lamartine street to the New York, 
New Haven & Hartford Railroad (about 262 feet in length) 
was awarded to James Doherty August 15, 1913. Work was 
begun November 12, 1913, and suspended December 5, 1913. 
It is a 25-foot street with 4-foot sidewalks for about 227 feet 
from Lamartine street, and is from 25 feet to about 33 feet in 
width, with 4 to 4^-foot sidewalks near the railroad. It has a 
6-inch tar macadam roadway, 2^-foot granite block gutters, 
flagging crosswalks, granite edgestone and when completed 
will have artificial stone sidewalks. The work is completed 
with the exception of laying artificial stone walks. The cinders 
for foundation are already placed. A wooden fence with iron 
posts was erected on the easterly approach to the tunnel and a 
crosswalk was laid across Amory street, opposite the end of 
Lawndale terrace. The circular edgestone was furnished by 
the city on the line of the work. The straight edgestone and 
flagging was furnished by the city at the South End Paving 
Yard, Albany street, and hauled by the contractor. The 
granite blocks were furnished by the city at Norfolk street and 
hauled by the contractor. All other material was furnished 
by the contractor. 

Lithgow street, from Washington street to Talbot avenue, is 
about 464 feet long. The contract for constructing the surface 



170 City Document No. 26. 

of this street was awarded to Jeremiah J. McCarthy Company 
May 1, 1913. Work was begun May 5, 1913, and completed 
June 18, 1913. It is a 40-foot street, with a 6-inch tar macadam 
roadway, 3-foot granite block gutters, flagging crosswalks, 
granite edgestones and artificial stone sidewalks 7 feet in width. 
There was a considerable amount of artificial stone sidewalk 
on the street and this was allowed to remain, the old edgestone 
being reset where necessary. The new artificial stone was laid 
under a five (5) year maintenance guaranty. The new straight 
edgestone and corners were furnished by the city on the line 
of the work. The flagging was furnished by the city at the 
South End Paving Yard, Albany street, and hauled by the 
contractor. The granite blocks were furnished by the city on 
Washington street, Dorchester, and hauled by the contractor. 
The surplus excavated materials were hauled by the contractor 
to Morton street. All other materials were furnished by the 
contractor. 

Lovering place, from Washington street to Harrison avenue, 
is about 331 feet in length. The contract for widening and 
constructing the surface of this street was awarded to James 
Doherty April 28, 1913. Work was begun May 5, 1913, and 
completed June 16, 1913. The street is from 23.4 to 23.9 feet 
in width. The roadway was surfaced with 1| inches of Acme 
asphalting and 1| inches bituminous concrete binder on a 6-inch 
Portland cement concrete base; the northerly sidewalk, 4 feet 
in width, was laid with artificial stone, the southerly side was 
laid with brick and the edgestone was reset. The asphalt 
pavement and artificial stone sidewalk was laid under a five 
(5) year maintenance guaranty. The city furnished the straight 
edgestone, corners, flagging and paving blocks at the South 
End Paving Yard, Albany street, and sidewalk brick on the line 
of the work. The contractor did the excavating and furnished 
all other materials necessary to do the work. 

Mascoma street, from Quincy street to Lawrence avenue, is 
about 605 feet in length. The contract for constructing the 
surface of this street was awarded to Fred S. & A. D. Gore 
Corporation November 15, 1912. Work was begun June 26, 
1913, and completed October 23, 1913. It is a 40-foot street 
with a 6-inch tar macadam roadway, 3-foot granite block 
gutters, flagging crosswalks, granite edgestone and artificial 
stone sidewalks, 7 feet in width, laid under a five (5) year 
maintenance guaranty. The circular edgestone was furnished 
by the city on the line of the work. The straight edgestone 
was furnished by the city at the South End Paving Yard, Albany 
street, and hauled by the contractor. The granite blocks and 
flagging were furnished by the city at Warren avenue and hauled 
by the contractor. All other materials were furnished by the 
contractor. 

Mascot street, from Mountain avenue to Ballou avenue, is 
about 1,151 feet in length. The contract for constructing the 



Public Woeks Department. 171 

surface of this street was awarded to James Doherty November 
8, 1912. Work was begun March 10, 1913, and completed July 
3, 1913. It is a 40-foot street with a 6-inch tar macadam road- 
way, 3-foot granite block gutters, flagging crosswalks, granite 
edgestone and 7-foot artificial stone sidewalks. The flagging, 
paving blocks and straight edgestone were furnished by the 
city and hauled by the contractor. The circular edgestone 
was furnished by the city on the line of the work. All other 
materials were furnished by the contractor. The artificial 
stone sidewalks were laid under a five (5) year maintenance 
guaranty. 

Maxfield street, from La Grange street to Bellevue street, is 
about 769 feet in length. The contract for constructing the 
surface of this street was awarded to the West Roxbury Trap 
Rock Company November 2, 1912. Work was begun April 
29, 1913, and completed July 26, 1913. It is a 40-foot street with 
a 6-inch tar macadam roadway, 3-foot granite block gutters, 
flagging crosswalks, granite edgestone and 7-foot sidewalks, 
consisting of 4| feet artificial stone walk and seeded loam space. 
The artificial stone sidewalks were laid under a five (5) year 
maintenance guaranty. A part of the edgestone was set on 
a crushed stone concrete foundation. The circular edgestone 
was furnished by the city on the line of the work. The straight 
edgestone and flagging were furnished by the city at the South 
End Paving Yard and hauled by the contractor. The granite 
blocks were furnished by the city at Washington street (Dor- 
chester) and corners at Centre street and La Grange street and 
hauled by the contractor. All other materials were furnished 
by the contractor. 

Mitchell street, from Old Colony avenue 265 feet northerly, 
was constructed by William J. Rafferty, under contract dated 
August 15, 1913. Work was begun October 6, 1913, and com- 
pleted November 18, 1913. It is a 20-foot street with 6-inch 
tar macadam roadway, 2|-foot granite block gutters, flagging 
crosswalks, granite edgestone and brick sidewalks, 3^ feet in 
width. The circular edgestone and sidewalk bricks were fur- 
nished by the city on the line of the work. The straight edge- 
stone and flagging were furnished by the city at the South 
End Paving Yard, Albany street, and hauled by the contractor. 
The granite blocks were furnished by the city at the South 
Boston Paving Yard and hauled by the contractor. A dry 
rubble and concrete wall, about 53 feet long, was built on the 
easterly side. A part of the rubble stone for wall was obtained 
from the old wall on Old Colony avenue. All the other materials 
were furnished by the contractor. 

Montclair avenue, from Centre street across Fletcher street, 
is about 1,106 feet in length. The contract for constructing the 
surface of this street was awarded to Thomas F. Minton Octo- 
ber 10, 1912. Work was begun June 10, 1913, and completed 
October 3, 1913. It is a 40-foot street with a 6-inch tar macadam 



172 City Document No. 26. 

roadway, 3-foot granite block gutters, nagging crosswalk, 
granite edgestone and artificial stone sidewalks, 7 feet in width, 
laid under a five (5) year maintenance guaranty. A part of the 
edgestone was set on a crushed stone foundation. The circular 
edgestone and nagging were furnished by the city on the line 
of the work. The straight edgestone was furnished by the 
city at the South End Paving Yard, Albany street, and hauled 
by the contractor. The granite blocks were furnished by the 
city at Centre and South streets and on Huntington avenue, 
and hauled by the contractor. All other materials were fur- 
nished by the contractor. 

Mountfort street, from Audubon road to St. Mary's street, is 
about 306 feet in length. The contract for constructing the 
surface of this street was awarded to James Doherty May 
17, 1913. Work was begun August 30, 1913, and completed 
September 22, 1913. It is a 50-foot street with a 6-inch asphalt 
macadam roadway, 3-foot granite block gutters, flagging 
crosswalks, granite edgestone and 8-foot artificial stone side- 
walks laid under a five (5) year maintenance guaranty. The 
city furnished the straight edgestone and flagging at the South 
End Paving Yard, the granite paving blocks at Pleasant 
street and circular edgestone on the line of the work. The 
contractor did the excavating and furnished all other materials 
for doing the work. 

Naples road, from Commonwealth avenue to Brookline line, 
is about 135 feet in length. The contract for constructing the 
surface of this street was awarded to John J. Lane July 18, 
1913. Work was begun July 21, 1913, and completed August 
6, 1913. It is a 50-foot street with 3-foot block gutters, flagging 
crosswalks, granite edgestone, 6-inch tar macadam roadway 
and 8-foot artificial stone sidewalks laid under a five (5) year 
maintenance guaranty. The city furnished the straight edge- 
stone, corners and flagging at the Brighton Paving Yard and 
the second-hand paving blocks on Boylston street. The con- 
tractor did the excavating and furnished all other materials 
necessary to do the work. 

Norfolk street, from Washington street to New York, New 
Haven & Hartford Railroad Bridge, is about 4,205 feet in length. 
The contract for constructing the surface of this street was 
awarded to James Doherty April 21, 1913. Work was begun 
October 24, 1913, and suspended December 29, 1913. It is a 
60-foot street with a bitulithic roadway, on a 6-inch concrete 
base, nagging crosswalks, granite edgestone and 8-foot artificial 
stone sidewalks. The street has been regulated from Washing- 
ton street to Woodrow avenue and the roadway paved with 
bitulithic. The tracks of Boston Elevated Railway have been 
paved with granite block within the same limits. Considerable 
grading has been done on the remainder of the street, and more 
than one-half the edgestone has been set thereon. Work was 
suspended on account of cold weather and will be resumed in 



Public Works Department. 173 

the spring. The Paving Service forces entered the street March 
19, 1913, and did some rough grading. This work was completed 
June 28, 1913. 

Normandy street, from Creston street to Intervale street, is 
about 265 feet in length. Contract for constructing the surface 
of this street was awarded to Hugh J. McGuire November 10, 
1913. Work was begun November 19, 1913, and completed 
December 23, 1913. It is about a 40-foot street with a 6-inch 
tar macadam roadway, 3-foot granite block gutters, flagging 
crosswalks, granite and artificial stone edgestones and artificial 
stone sidewalks about 7 feet in width. The new artificial stone 
sidewalks were laid under a five (5) year maintenance guaranty. 
The old artificial stone sidewalk and curb on the northerly side 
for about 152 feet from Creston street and on the southerly 
side for about 60 feet was allowed to remain. The straight 
edgestone and flagging were furnished by the city at the South 
End Paving Yard, Albany street, and hauled by the contractor. 
The circular edgestone was furnished by the city on the line of 
the work. The granite blocks were furnished at the Massachu- 
setts avenue lot and hauled by the contractor. All other mate- 
rials were furnished by the contractor. 

Orient avenue, from Walley street to beyond Tower street, 
about 2,075 feet in length. The contract for grading and con- 
structing the street was awarded to James Doherty June 13, 
1913. Work was begun June 23, 1913, and completed Novem- 
ber 6, 1913. It is a 40-foot street with a 6-inch asphalt macadam 
roadway, 3-foot granite blocks, gutters, flagging crosswalks, 
granite edgestone, and 8-foot artificial stone sidewalks, laid 
under a five (5) year maintenance guaranty. There is a large 
triangular planting park or planting space . at the lower end 
next to Walley street. The city furnished the corners and 
part of the flagging at the East Eagle Street Yard and the 
balance of the flagging, straight and circular edgestone on the 
line of the work. The contractor did the excavating and 
furnished all other materials necessary to do the work. 

Perkins street, from Prince street to Brookline line, is about 
315 feet in length. This street is being constructed by the 
Paving Service forces. Work was begun August 18, 1913, 
and was suspended September 29, 1913. Work done this year 
consisted in widening, laying block dish gutters and construct- 
ing macadam roadway. The street is completed with the 
exception of sidewalks. 

Play stead road, from Savin Hill avenue to Springdale street, 
is about 335 feet in length. The contract for constructing the 
surface of this street was awarded to William J. Rafferty 
Company May 2, 1913. Work was begun May 13, 1913, and 
completed July 14, 1913. It is a 40-foot street with a 3-foot 
granite block gutter, flagging crosswalk and granite edgestone. 
The 7-foot artificial stone sidewalks were furnished and laid under 
a five (5) year maintenance guaranty. The city furnished the 



174 City Document No. 26. 

straight edgestone and nagging at the South End Paving Yard, 
the circular edgestone and sidewalk brick on the line of the 
work. The contractor did the excavating, which included rock 
cutting, and furnished the granite paving blocks and all other 
materials required to do the work. 

Pleasant street, from Eliot street to Washington street, is about 
1,673 feet in length. The contract for widening and construct- 
ing the surface of this street was awarded to Coleman Brothers 
July 11, 1913. Work was begun October 2, 1913, and suspended 
December 24, 1913. This street as widened varies from 60 to 
about 67 feet, with 10-foot artificial stone sidewalks, laid under 
a five (5) year maintenance guaranty. The edgestone was reset 
and the roadway, with the exception of that portion from the 
westerly side of Tremont street to the easterly side of Shawmut 
avenue, was paved with wood blocks on a 6-inch Portland 
cement concrete base, with sand joints, under a five (5) year 
maintenance guaranty. The portion of the roadway above 
mentioned is paved temporarily with old granite blocks, gravel 
bed and joints. The bridge over the Boston Elevated Railway 
tracks at the subway entrance is paved with wood blocks. The 
city furnished the straight edgestone corners and flagging at 
the South End Paving Yard, Albany street, and the new circular 
edgestone, granite paving blocks and sidewalk bricks on the 
line of the work. The contractor furnished all other materials 
necessary to do the work and did the excavating. Work will 
be resumed early in the spring. 

Priesing street, from Mozart street to Chestnut avenue, is 
about 680 feet in length. The contract for constructing the 
surface of this street was awarded to the John Kelly Company 
May 26, 1913. Work begun June 6, 1913, completed July 31, 
1913. A 40-foot street, with a 6-inch tar macadam roadway, 
was constructed for a distance of about 225 feet from Mozart 
street, 3-foot granite block gutters, flagging crosswalks, granite 
edgestone and artificial stone sidewalks, 7 feet in width, were 
constructed on the remainder of the street. The artificial stone 
sidewalks were laid under a five (5) year maintenance guaranty. 
The circular edgestone was furnished by the city on the line of 
the work. The straight edgestone and flagging were furnished 
by the city at the South End Paving Yard, Albany street, and 
were hauled by the contractor. The granite blocks were 
furnished by the city at Centre and South streets and hauled 
by the contractor. All other materials were furnished by the 
contractor. 

Providence street, from 70 feet east of Church street to Berke- 
ley street, about 1,117 feet in length, was paved with granite 
block, with pitch joints, on a 6-inch Portland cement concrete 
base with sand bed. The contract was awarded to Coleman 
Brothers June 30, 1913. Work was begun July 7, 1913, and 
completed August 21, 1913. The street varies in width from 
40 to 100 feet. The contractor set and reset edgestone and 



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furnished and laid an artificial stone sidewalk on the northerly 
side of the street, under a five (5) year maintenance guaranty. 
This walk is 15 feet in width from Church to Arlington street 
and 7 feet wide from Arlington to Berkeley street. A 3-foot 
brick sidewalk was laid on the south side of the street from 
Arlington street to Berkeley street. The city furnished the 
straight edgestone, corners and flagging at the South Paving 
Yard, Albany street, and the circular edgestone and sidewalk 
brick on the line of the work. The contractor did the excava- 
ting and furnished the new granite paving blocks and all other 
materials necessary to do the work. 

Quincefield street, from Humphreys street to Wendover street, 
is about 263 feet in length. The contract for constructing the 
surface of this street was awarded to James Doherty April 29, 
1913. Work was begun June 21, 1913, and completed July 16, 
1913. It is a 35-foot street with a 6-inch tar macadam roadway, 
3-foot granite block gutters, flagging crosswalks, granite edge- 
stone and 6-foot artificial stone sidewalks. The straight edge- 
stone, flagging and paving blocks were furnished by the city 
and hauled by the contractor. The circular edgestone was 
furnished by the city on the line of the work. All other mate- 
rials were furnished by the contractor. The sidewalks were 
laid under a five (5) year maintenance guaranty. 

Roach street, from Dorchester avenue to Pleasant street, is 
about 434 feet in length. The contract for constructing the 
surface of this street was awarded to James Doherty August 4, 
1913. Work was begun October 22, 1913, and suspended 
November 19, 1913. It is a 30-foot street, with a 6-inch tar 
macadam roadway, 3-foot granite block gutters, flagging cross- 
walks, granite edgestone and 5-foot artificial stone sidewalks. 
The straight edgestone, corners, flagging and paving blocks were 
furnished by the city and hauled by the contractor. The 
circular edgestone was furnished by the city on the line of the 
work. The surplus excavated material was hauled to the Mill 
street dump by the contractor. The construction is completed 
except the artificial stone sidewalks, which the contractor was 
unable to lay on account of cold weather. The sidewalk will be 
laid in the spring. 

Sachem street, from Hillside street to Parker Hill avenue, is 
about 909 feet in length. The contract for constructing the 
surface of this street was awarded to John McCourt & Co. 
September 26, 1912. Work was begun October 8, 1912, and 
suspended December 8, 1912. Work was resumed April 10, 
1913, and completed May 22, 1913. It is a 40-foot street for 
most of its length, with a 6-inch water bound macadam roadway, 
3-foot granite block gutters, flagging crosswalks, granite edge- 
stone, ground water-drain and 7-foot brick sidewalks. There 
is a concrete retaining wall and fence about 94 feet long on the 
lower side of the street. The work done this year consisted of 
resetting edgestone and relaying block gutters, laying cross- 



176 City Document No. 26. 

walks, placing a macadam surface, laying the brick sidewalks, 
and building a fence on the lower side of the street. The city 
furnished the straight edgestone, flagging and corners at the 
South End Paving Yard, Albany street, the paving blocks at 
the Brighton Paving Yard, Washington street, Dorchester, 
and District 7 Paving Yard. The circular edgestone and 
sidewalk bricks were furnished on the line of the work. The 
contractor furnished all other materials. 

Sheffield road, from Walter street to Selwyn street, is about 
706 feet in length. The contract for constructing the surface of 
this street was awarded William J. Rafferty Company Septem- 
ber 9, 1913. Work was begun September 27, 1913, and com- 
pleted November 28, 1913. It is a 40-foot street with a 6-inch 
tar macadam roadway, 3-foot granite block gutters, flagging 
crosswalks, granite edgestone and artificial stone sidewalks, 
7 feet in width, laid under a five (5) year maintenance guaranty. 
The circular edgestone was furnished by the city on the line of 
the work. The straight edgestone, corners and flagging were 
furnished by the city at the South End Paving Yard, Albany 
street, and hauled by the contractor. The granite blocks Were 
furnished by the city at the Massachusetts avenue lot and 
Centre and South streets, and hauled by the contractor. All 
other materials were furnished by the contractor. 

Silloway street, from Melville avenue to Mather street, is 
about 382 feet in length. The contract for constructing the 
surface of this street was awarded to James Doherty November 
8, 1912. Work was begun June 5, 1913, and completed July 14, 
1913. It is a 40-foot street with a 6-inch tar macadam roadway, 
3-foot granite block gutters, flagging crosswalks, granite edge- 
stone and a 7-foot sidewalk, 4| feet of which is artificial stone 
and the remainder loam space. The straight edgestone and 
paving blocks were furnished by the city and hauled by the 
contractor. The circular edgestone was furnished by the city 
on the line of the work. The artificial stone sidewalk was laid 
under a five (5) year maintenance guaranty. 

Spring street, from Webster street to Charles river, is about 
1,588 feet in length. The contract for constructing the surface 
of this street was awarded to the West Roxbury Trap Rock 
Company September 29, 1913. Work was begun October 6, 
1913, and suspended December 19, 1913. It is to be an 80-foot 
street with a double car track paved with a granite block, and a 
6-foot asphalt macadam roadway each side of tracks, flagging 
crosswalk at side street, granite edgestones and crushed stone 
sidewalks 13 feet in width. The work this year has consisted of 
rough grading. 

Tetlow street, from Worthington street to the Tremont 
entrance, is about 240 feet in length. The contract for con- 
structing the surface of this street was awarded to James 
Doherty October 12, 1912. Work was begun April 8, 1913, 
and completed May 6, 1913. It is a 50-foot street with a 6-inch 



Public Works Department. 177 

tar macadam roadway, 3-foot granite block gutters, nagging- 
crosswalks, granite edgestone and 12-foot sidewalks with a 
seeded loam space. The old brick sidewalk on the south side of 
the street was relaid and an artificial stone walk 7 feet wide was 
laid on the northerly side of the street. The city furnished the 
straight edgestone and flagging at the South End Paving Yard, 
Albany street, the circular edgestone and sidewalk brick on the 
line of the work and the granite paving blocks for the gutters 
near the line of the work. The contractor furnished all other 
materials necessary to do the work. 

Tucker street, from Woodrow avenue to Callender street, is 
about 378 feet in length. The contract for constructing the 
surface of this street was awarded to Fred S. and A. D. Gore 
Corporation November 8, 1912. Work was begun March 20, 
1913, and completed June 25, 1913. It is a 40-foot street with 
a 6-inch tar macadam roadway, 3-foot granite block gutters, 
flagging crosswalks, granite edgestone and 7-foot artificial stone 
sidewalks. The straight edgestone, flagging and paving blocks 
were furnished by the city and hauled by the contractor. 
All other materials were furnished by the contractor. The side- 
walks were laid under a five (5) year maintenance guaranty. 

Tynddle street, from Walworth street to Guernsey street, is 
about 1,946 feet in length. The contract for constructing the 
surface of this street was awarded Hugh J. McGuire May 12, 
1913. Work was begun May 15, 1913, and completed Novem- 
ber 15, 1913. It is a 40-foot street with a 6-inch tar macadam 
roadway, 3-foot granite block gutters, flagging crosswalks, 
granite edgestone and artificial stone sidewalks, 7 feet in width. 
A greater portion of the old artificial stone walk on the north- 
erly side near Guernsey street was found in good condition 
and allowed to remain. The artificial stone sidewalk was laid 
under a five (5) year maintenance guaranty. The circular 
edgestone was furnished by the city on the line of the work. 
The straight edgestone and flagging was furnished by the city 
at the South End Paving Yard, Albany street, and hauled by 
the contractor. The granite blocks were furnished by the city 
at Centre and South streets, Massachusetts avenue lot and at 
the corner of South and Oakland streets, and hauled by the 
contractor. All other materials were furnished by the con- 
tractor. 

Union Park street, from Washington street to Harrison 
avenue, is about 454 feet in length. The contract for widening 
and constructing the surface of this street was awarded to Fred 
S. & A. D. Gore Corporation April 25, 1913. Work was begun 
May 28, 1913, and completed June 28, 1913. This street, as 
constructed, varies in width from about 63 feet to 77.4 feet. 
The roadway is paved with 1| inches of Acme asphalt wearing 
surface on 1| inches of bituminous concrete binder on a 6-inch 
Portland cement concrete base. The sidewalks, varying in 
width from 10 feet to 13 feet, are artificial stone. The con- 



178 City Document No. 26. 

tractor also reset the edgestone and laid the crosswalks. The 
city furnished the straight edgestone at the South End Paving 
Yard, Albany street, and the circular edgestone, corners and 
flagging on the line of the work. The contractor did the exca- 
vating and furnished all other materials necessary to do the 
work. There was some wood block pavement laid on Harrison 
avenue next to the street car rail. The asphalt, wood block 
and artificial stone sidewalk were laid under a five (5) year 
maintenance guaranty. 

Vesta road, from Blue Hill avenue to Harvard street, is 
about 537 feet in length. The contract for constructing the 
surface of this street was awarded to James Doherty May 16, 
1913. Work was begun September 25, 1913, and completed 
November 11, 1913. It is a 40-foot street with a 6-inch asphalt 
macadam roadway, 3-foot granite block gutters, flagging cross- 
walks, granite edgestone and 7-foot artificial stone sidewalks. 
The straight edgCstone, flagging and paving blocks were fur- 
nished by the city and hauled by the contractor. The cir- 
cular edgestone was furnished by the city on the line of the work. 
All other materials were furnished by the contractor. The 
artificial stone sidewalks were laid under a five (5) year main- 
tenance guaranty. The surplus excavated material was hauled 
to Almont street by the contractor. 

Walworth street, from Belgrade avenue across Brook street, 
is about 949 feet in length. The contract for constructing the 
surface of this street was awarded Hugh J. McGuire May 12, 
1912. Work was begun August 21, 1913, and completed 
December 5, 1913. It is a 50-foot street with a 6-inch tar 
macadam roadway, flagging crosswalks, granite edgestone and 
artificial stone sidewalks, 8 feet in width, laid under a five (5) 
year maintenance guaranty. The circular edgestone was 
furnished by the city on the line of the work. The straight 
edgestone and flagging was furnished by the city at the South 
End Paving Yard, Albany street, and hauled by the contractor. 
The granite blocks for crosswalks were furnished by the city 
at the Massachusetts avenue lot and hauled by the contractor. 
All other materials were furnished by the contractor. 

Whitfield street, from Wheatland avenue to Talbot avenue, is 
about 797 feet in length. The contract for grading and sur- 
facing this street was awarded to William J. Rafferty Company 
May 23, 1913. Work was begun June 13, 1913, and completed 
August 28, 1913. It is a 40-foot street with a 6-inch asphalt 
macadam roadway, 3-foot granite block gutters, nagging cross- 
walks, granite edgestone and artificial stone sidewalks, 7 feet 
in width, laid under a five (5) year maintenance guaranty. 
The city furnished the straight edgestone at the South End 
Paving Yard, Albany street, the gutter blocks at the Massa- 
chusetts avenue lot and Washington street, Dorchester, flag- 
ging at Washington street, Dorchester, and the circular edge- 
stone on the line of the work. The contractor furnished all 
other materials necessary to do the work. 



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General. 

Alban street, from Welles avenue to Ashmont street, is about 
1,358 feet in length. The contract for constructing the artificial 
stone sidewalks, regulating and gutters on this street was 
awarded to James Doherty July 10, 1913. It is a 40-foot street 
with a macadam roadway, 3-foot granite block gutters, flagging 
crosswalks, granite edgestone and 7-foot artificial stone side- 
walks. The straight edgestone, corners, flagging and paving 
blocks were furnished by the city and hauled by the contractor. 
The circular edgestone was furnished by the city on the line 
of the work. All other materials were furnished by the con- 
tractor. The sidewalks were laid under a five (5) year mainte- 
nance guaranty. The surplus excavated material was hauled 
to the Mill street dump by the contractor. 

Armandine street, from Milton avenue to Washington street, 
is about 1,398 feet in length. The contract for constructing 
artificial stone sidewalks and regulating the edgestone, gutters 
and crosswalks on this street was awarded to J. J. McCarthy 
Company June 31, 1913. It is a 40-foot street with a macadam 
roadway, 3-foot granite block gutters, flagging crosswalks, 
granite edgestone and 7-foot artificial stone sidewalks. The 
straight edgestone, corners, flagging and paving blocks were 
furnished by the city and hauled by the contractor. The 
circular edgestone was furnished by the city on the line of the 
work. All other materials were furnished by the contractor. 
The sidewalks were laid under a five (5) year maintenance 
guaranty. 

Bernard street, from Harvard street to Kerwin street, is about 
910 feet in length. The contract for constructing the artificial 
stone sidewalks and regulating on this street was awarded to 
Thomas J. Hind, Inc., August 4, 1913. It is a 50-foot street 
with a macadam roadway, 3-foot granite block gutters, flagging 
crosswalks, granite edgestone and 8-foot artificial stone side- 
walks. The straight edgestone, corners, flagging and paving 
blocks were furnished by the city and hauled by the contrac- 
tor. All other materials were furnished by the contractor. 
The sidewalks were laid under a five (5) year maintenance 
guaranty. 

Blue Hill avenue, from Washington street about 192 feet 
southerly. The contract for constructing an artificial stone 
sidewalk and regulating edgestone and gutters on the easterly 
side was awarded Robert Eagar, Jr., September 12, 1913. 
The contractor furnished all new material. The sidewalk was 
laid under a five (5) year maintenance guaranty. 

Centre street (north side) , from Allston street to the Shawmut 
Branch Railroad, is about 300 feet in length. The contract 
for constructing an artificial stone sidewalk and regulating 
edgestone and gutters was awarded to James Doherty October 
28, 1913. It is a 45-foot street with a macadam roadway, 
3-foot granite block gutters, flagging crossings, granite edgestone 



180 City Document No. 26. 

and a 7-foot artificial stone sidewalk, The straight edgestone 
and paving blocks were furnished by the city and hauled by the 
contractor. All other materials were furnished by the con- 
tractor. The sidewalk was laid under a five (5) year mainte- 
nance guaranty. 

Chelsea Bridge South, from Scott's court to angle near the 
draw, is about 347 feet in length. The iron fence on the north- 
erly side was reconstructed by the W. A. Snow Iron Works, 
under contract. New top and bottom rails and thirteen new 
posts were furnished by the contractor who also did all work of 
reconstruction. 

Cohasset street, from Corinth street to Albano street, is about 
1,014 feet in length. The contract for constructing artificial 
stone sidewalks in this street was awarded Martino DeMatteo 
July 28, 1913. The sidewalks, 6 feet in width, were laid under 
a five (5) year maintenance guaranty. The contractor 
furnished all the materials and also did a small amount of 
regulating. 

Conway street, from South street to Fairview street, is about 
802 feet in length. The contract for constructing 3-foot granite 
block gutters, resetting edgestone and laying artificial stone 
sidewalks on this street and on Fairview street (south side), 
from Conway street 350 feet easterly, was awarded Martino 
DeMatteo August 4, 1913. The sidewalks are 6 feet 8 inches 
wide on Conway street, from South street to the bend, and 7 
feet wide on Conway street, from the bend to Fairview street, 
and on the south side of Fairview street, from Conway street to 
350 feet easterly. The artificial stone was laid under a five (5) 
year maintenance guaranty. The straight edgestone and 
corners were furnished by the city at the South End Paving 
Yard, Albany street, and hauled by the contractor. The cir- 
cular edgestone was furnished by the city on the line of the 
work. The granite blocks were furnished by the city and hauled 
by the contractor, part from Washington street, at Tower street, 
part from Norfolk street, part from Park street, between 
Anawan avenue and Centre street, and part from Massachu- 
setts avenue lot. All other materials were furnished by the 
contractor. 

Dennis street, from Dudley street to W'oodville street, is about 
1,038 feet in length. The contract for constructing 3-foot 
granite block gutters, flagging crosswalks, setting and resetting 
edgestone and laying artificial stone sidewalks 6 feet to 7 feet 
in width was awarded to James Doherty June 9, 1913. The 
circular edgestone was furnished by the city on the line of the 
work. The straight edgestone was furnished by the city at 
the South End Paving Yard, Albany street, and hauled by the 
contractor. The granite blocks were furnished by the city at 
Washington street, Dorchester, and hauled by the contractor. 
The old sidewalk bricks were hauled by the contractor to the 
Massachusetts avenue lot. The artificial stone sidewalks were 



Public Works Department. 181 

laid under a five (5) year maintenance guaranty. All other 
materials were furnished by the contractor. 

Dorchester avenue (easterly side), from Belfort street to St. 
Williams street, is about 174 feet in length; Hollander street, 
from Humboldt avenue about 200 feet westerly, about 250 feet 
in length, and Rosedale street, at numbers 7, 9, 10 and 12, about 
55 feet in length. The contract for laying artificial stone side- 
walks in these streets was awarded to William J. Rafferty 
Company June 27, 1913. The contractor reset the edgestone 
and repaved the gutters where necessary, and laid the artificial 
stone sidewalks under a five (5) year maintenance guaranty. 
He also did some rock excavation. The city furnished the 
circular edgestone on the line of the work. The contractor 
furnished all other materials required in doing the work. 

Dorchester Paving Yard. The contract for constructing 
wooden steps in this yard was awarded to Thomas H. Hanlon 
May 20, 1913. The work consisted in building a flight of heavy 
wooden steps from Downer avenue to Hancock street, across 
the northerly side of the city paving yard. All the labor and 
materials were furnished by the contractor. 

Dudley street, between Washington street and Harrison 
avenue, is about 380 feet in length. The contract for regu- 
lating the edgestone, laying crosswalks and furnishing and 
constructing the artificial stone sidewalks, under a five (5) year 
maintenance guaranty, was awarded to Robert Eager, Jr., June 
9, 1913. In connection with this contract the contractor was 
ordered to furnish and lay an artificial stone walk and do the 
regulating on the westerly sidewalk on Warren street, between 
Dudley street and Zeigler street, about 215 feet in length. The 
city furnished the straight edgestone required at the South End 
Paving Yard, Albany street. The contractor hauled the old 
brick to Dimock Street Yard and furnished all other materials 
required in doing the work. 

Elmo street, from Blue Hill avenue to Erie street, is about 800 
feet in length. The contract for constructing the sidewalks 
and regulating on this street was awarded to James Doherty 
July 28, 1913. It is a 40-foot street with macadam roadway, 
3-foot granite block gutters, flagging crosswalks, granite edge- 
stone and 7-foot artificial stone sidewalks. The straight edge- 
stone, flagging and paving blocks were furnished by the city 
and hauled by the contractor. The circular edgestone was 
furnished by the city on the line of the work. All other mate- 
rials were furnished by the contractor. The sidewalks were 
laid under a five (5) year maintenance guaranty. 

Evelyn street, from Blue Hill avenue to Norfolk street, is about 
900 feet in length. The contract for constructing the artificial 
stone sidewalk and regulating was awarded to the Central Con- 
struction Company May 15, 1913. The contract for construct- 
ing the roadway was awarded to J. J. McCarthy Company July 
28, 1913. It is a 40-foot street with a 6-inch tar macadam road- 



182 City Document No. 26. 

way, 3-foot granite block gutters, flagging crosswalks, granite 
edgestone and 7-foot artificial stone sidewalks. The straight 
edgestone, corners, flagging and paving blocks were furnished 
by the city and hauled by the contractor. The circular edge- 
stone was furnished by the city on the line of the work. The 
sidewalk was laid under a five (5) year maintenance guaranty. 
The surplus excavated material was hauled to Almont street 
by the contractor. 

Franklin street (easterly side), between Lincoln and Easton 
streets, is about 736 feet in length and Alcott street (southerly 
side), from Franklin- street about 100 feet easterly. The con- 
tract for setting edgestone, paving gutters, furnishing and 
laying artificial stone sidewalks on these streets was awarded 
to John J. Lane August 11, 1913. The city furnished the 
straight edgestone and corners at the South End Paving Yard, 
Albany street, the flagging at the Brighton Paving Yard and 
the circular edgestone on the line of the work. The granite 
paving blocks were on the street. The contractor did the 
excavating and the above work and furnished all other mate- 
rials required to do the work. The artificial stone sidewalks 
were laid under a five (5) year maintenance guaranty. 

Germania street, from Boylston street to Bismarck street, is 
about 709 feet in length. The contractor for grading the road- 
way of this street and constructing 3-foot granite block gutters, 
flagging crosswalks, granite edgestone and artificial stone side- 
walks, 5 feet in width, was awarded to John McCourt & Co. 
July 28, 1913. The circular edgestone was furnished by the 
city on the line of the work. The straight edgestone and 
flagging was furnished by the city at the South End Paving 
Yard, Albany street, and hauled by the contractor. The 
granite paving blocks were furnished at the Massachusetts 
avenue lot, at Chestnut Hill avenue and at Dimock street lot, 
and hauled by the contractor. The contractor furnished all 
other materials. The artificial stone sidewalks were laid under 
a five (5) year maintenance guaranty. The Paving Service 
constructed a 6-inch tar macadam roadway in this street. 

Greenwood street, from Elmo street to Erie street, is about 314 
feet in length. The contract for constructing artificial stone 
sidewalks and regulating edgestones and gutters was awarded 
to James Doherty October 11, 1913. The sidewalks were laid 
under a five (5) year maintenance guaranty. 

Hoivard street, from Gerard street to Magazine street, is about 
427 feet in length. The contract for constructing 3-foot granite 
block gutters, flagging crosswalks, granite edgestone and brick 
sidewalks was awarded to the Boston Paving Company June 
3, 1913. The circular edgestone and the sidewalk brick were 
furnished by the city on the line of the work. The straight 
edgestone, corners and flagging were furnished by the city at 
the South End Paving Yard and hauled by the contractor. 
The granite blocks were furnished by the city at Ruggles, 
Vernon and Marvin streets, and hauled by the contractor. 
The other materials were furnished by the contractor. 



Public Works Department. 183 

Inwood street, from Olney street to Norton street, is about 
418 feet in length. The contract for completing the artificial 
stone sidewalks on this street was awarded Connolly & Diamond 
October 9, 1913. The work consisted in removing the grass 
plot along the curb and substituting artificial stone, laid under 
a five (5) year maintenance guaranty. All materials were 
furnished by the contractors. 

Massachusetts avenue, westerly side, from the New England 
Railroad Bridge to Columbia road, is about 2,410 feet in length. 
The contract for setting edgestone, laying granite block gutters, 
crosswalks and artificial stone sidewalks was awarded to 
James Doherty July 10, 1913. The city furnished flagging and 
corners at the South End Paving Yard, Albany street, and the 
granite paving blocks and circular edgestone on the line of the 
work. The contractor furnished the straight edgestone and 
all other materials required to do the work. The sidewalks 
were laid under a five (5) year maintenance guaranty. 

Metropolitan avenue (southerly side), from Washington street 
to Kittredge street, is about 678 feet in length. The contract 
for constructing 3-foot granite block gutters, granite edgestone 
and artificial stone sidewalks, 8 feet in width, was awarded to 
the West Roxbury Trap Rock Company November 15, 1912. 
The work done this year consisted in placing the artificial stone 
walk which was laid under a five (5) year maintenance guaranty. 
All materials were furnished by the contractor. 

Milton avenue, from Norfolk street to Evans street, is about 
1,512 feet in length. The contract for setting and resetting 
edgestone, paving and repaving granite block gutters, removing 
trees, furnishing and laying artificial stone sidewalks under 
a five (5) year maintenance guaranty, was awarded to Fred S. 
& A. D. Gore Corporation October 19, 1912. This is a 40-foot 
street with 7-foot artificial stone sidewalks. The city furnished 
the straight edgestone and flagging at the South End Paving 
Yard, Albany street, and the second-hand paving blocks on 
various streets under construction, and the circular edgestone 
on the line of the work. The contractors furnished all other 
materials required to do the work. The macadam roadway 
was resurfaced by the Paving Service forces. 

Mi not street, from Neponset avenue to Claremont street, is 
about 2,186 feet in length. The contract for doing the work 
was awarded to D. M. Biggs & Co. May 14, 1913. The con- 
tractor set and reset edgestone, paved and repaved 3-foot 
granite block gutters, laid flagging crosswalks and constructed 
the artificial stone sidewalks, which vary from 7 to 9 feet in 
width, under a five (5) year maintenance guaranty. The city 
furnished the corners and flagging at the South End Paving 
Yard, Albany street, and the circular edgestone on the line of 
the work. The contractor furnished all other materials required 
to do the work. The macadam roadway was resurfaced by the 
Paving Service forces. 

Minot street, from Charlemont street to Adams street, is 
about 1,027 feet in length. The contract for doing the work on 



184 City Document No. 26. 

this street was awarded to D. M. Biggs & Co. July 28, 1913. 
The contractor reset the edgestone, repaved the gutters, laid 
and relaid the crosswalks and constructed the 7-foot artificial 
stone sidewalks under a five (5) year maintenance guaranty. 
The city furnished the flagging at the South End Paving Yard, 
Albany street, and the new circular edgestone on the line of the 
work. The contractor furnished all other materials required to 
do the work. The macadam roadway was resurfaced by the 
Paving Service forces. 

Nightingale street, from Talbot avenue to Wales street, is 
about 565 feet in length. The contract for constructing the 
artificial stone sidewalks and regulating on this street was 
awarded to Warren Brothers Company June 9, 1913. It is a 
40-foot street with 3-foot granite block gutters, flagging cross- 
walks, granite edgestone and 7-foot artificial stone sidewalks. 
All new materials were furnished by the contractor. The 
sidewalks were laid under a five (5) year maintenance guaranty. 

Park street (westerly side) , from Clement avenue to Anawan 
avenue, is about 1,158 feet in length. The contract for relaying 
3-foot granite block gutters, flagging crosswalk, granite edge- 
stone and constructing artificial stone sidewalks, 4^ feet in 
width, and a seeded loam space was awarded the W. A. Murt- 
feldt Company July 12, 1913. This contract was extended 
to include relaying 3-foot granite gutters and constructing 
flagging crosswalks, granite edgestones and artificial stone 
sidewalks on the westerly side from March avenue to Centre 
street, a distance of about 546 feet. The circular edgestone 
was furnished by the city on the line of the work. The straight 
edgestone and flagging were furnished by the city at the South 
End Paving Yard, Albany street, and hauled by the contractor. 
Old paving blocks were delivered to the contractor from Conway 
street, and also hauled by the contractor to the Mt. Vernon 
Street Yard. All other materials were furnished by the con- 
tractor. 

Pope's Hill street, from Neponset avenue to Freeport street, 
is about 830 feet in length. The contract for constructing the 
artificial stone sidewalk and regulating this street was awarded 
to J. J. McCarthy Company June 27, 1913. It is a 50-foot 
street with a macadam roadway, 3-foot granite block gutters, 
flagging crosswalks, granite edgestone and 8-foot artificial stone 
sidewalks. The straight edgestone, flagging and paving blocks 
were furnished by the city and hauled by the contractor. The 
circular edgestone was furnished by the city on the line of the 
work. All other materials were furnished by the contractor. 
The sidewalks were laid under a five (5) year maintenance 
guaranty. 

Rose street, from Harrison avenue to Albany street, is about 
483 feet in length. A contract for surfacing the old macadam 
surface with Taric Compound was awarded to the Independent 
Coal Tar Company November 11, 1913. The contractors fur- 



Public Works Department. 185 

nished all the materials required to do the work. The contractor 
guarantees to keep the surface in good repair for one year. 

South street, from Robert street to Centre street, is about 
2,560 feet in length. The contract for constructing 3-foot 
granite block gutters, granite edgestone, flagging crosswalks 
and artificial stone sidewalks was awarded Hugh J. McGuire 
August 31, 1912. Work was begun September 20, 1912, and 
suspended December 10, 1912. Work was resumed April 2, 
1913, and completed May 12, 1913. The work this year has 
consisted in laying artificial stone sidewalks on the northerly 
side. The artificial stone sidewalk on the southerly side, from 
Robert street to Walworth street, 5 feet wide, has a seeded 
loam space 5 feet wide along the edgestone. From Walworth 
street about 175 feet east of Centre street a 5-foot artificial 
stone walk was laid next to the curb. From about 175 feet east 
of Centre street a crushed stone sidewalk 7 feet in width was 
laid. On the northerly side an artificial stone walk 9^ feet 
wide was laid for a distance of about 60 feet east of Fletcher 
street. From Fletcher street to Bradfield avenue a 5-foot 
artificial stone walk was laid, with loam space next to curb, 
from 5 to 7 feet in width. From Bradfield avenue to Ains worth 
street an artificial stone walk 7 feet wide was laid with a loam 
space from 5 to 11 feet in width next to curb. From Ainsworth 
street about 186 feet east of Guernsey street an artificial stone 
walk 5 feet wide was laid with loam space 5 feet wide next to 
curb. From about 186 feet east of Guernsey street to about 
257 feet west of Guernsey street an artificial stone sidewalk 

5 feet wide was laid with loam space from 2 to 5 feet wide next 
to curb. From about 257 feet west of Guernsey street to Centre 
street a crushed stone sidewalk 8 feet in width was constructed. 
The artificial stone sidewalks were laid under a five (5) year 
maintenance guaranty. All materials were furnished by the 
contractor. 

Summer street, from B street to the State Viaduct, is about 
368 feet in length. The contract for building a concrete wall 
on the northerly side of the street was awarded to McCarthy 

6 Walsh November 5, 1913. The contractors built a pile 
bulkhead and tied it by iron rods to the old bulkhead back in 
the street, and a 2-foot concrete wall was built around this 
bulkhead, and a hard pine wooden fence was built on the wall. 
The contractor did the excavating, removed the old plank walk 
and furnished all the materials necessary to do the work. 

Tremdnt street (northerly side), from St. Alphonsus street 
about 350 feet easterly and St. Alphonsus street (easterly side), 
from Tremont street to Smith street, 464 feet in length. The 
contract for furnishing and laying artificial stone sidewalks in 
these streets, under a five (5) year maintenance guaranty, was 
awarded to John McCourt Company July 18, 1913. The con- 
tractor did the excavating and furnished all the materials 
necessary to do the work. 



186 City Document No. 26. 

Tremont street (easterly side), between Winter street and 
Hamilton place, is about- 312 feet in length. A contract for 
furnishing and laying artificial stone sidewalks in this street, 
under a five (5) year maintenance guaranty, was awarded to 
Warren Brothers Company September 10, 1913. The con- 
tractor did the excavating and furnished all the materials 
necessary to do the work. This work was necessitated by the 
subway construction. There was considerable artificial stone 
walk put in where the old brick walks were between Winter 
and Boylston streets in connection with this contract. 

Walnut avenue (easterly side), from Iffley road to beyond 
Montebello road, is about 287 feet in length. A contract for 
excavating and grading this street was awarded to John McCourt 
& Co. June 13, 1913. The contractor did the cutting, which was 
mostly rock, and furnished all materials required to do the work. 

Walnut street, from Franklin street to Ericsson street, is 
about 1,576 feet in length. The contract for constructing 
artificial stone sidewalks and regulating on this street was 
awarded to D. M. Biggs & Co. July 2, 1913. It is a 35-foot 
street with a macadam roadway, 3-foot granite block gutters, 
flagging crosswalks, granite edgestone and 6-foot artificial stone 
sidewalks. The straight edgestone, corners, flagging and paving 
blocks were furnished by the city and hauled by the contractor. 
The circular edgestone was furnished by the city on the line of 
the work. All other materials were furnished by the contractor. 
The artificial stone sidewalk was laid under a five (5) year 
maintenance guaranty. The old sidewalk bricks were hauled by 
the contractor to the Codman Street Paving Yard, and the 
surplus excavated material to Pope's Hill street. 

Washington street, between State street and Boylston street, 
is about 1,146 feet in length. The contract for furnishing and 
laying artificial stone sidewalks was awarded to Warren Brothers 
Company September 8, 1913. The contractor removed all the 
old brick sidewalk remaining on this section of Washington 
street and laid artificial stone sidewalks under a five (5) year 
maintenance guaranty. The contractor did the excavating 
and furnished all materials necessary to do the work. 

Welles avenue (north side), from Talbot avenue to opposite 
Hawley street, is about 600 feet in length. The contract for 
constructing artificial stone sidewalks and regulating was 
awarded to Robert Eager, Jr., May 26, 1913. The sidewalk 
is 10 feet in width with a 6-foot artificial stone walk and a loam 
space. The contractor furnished all the materials for the 
artificial stone. The sidewalks were laid under a five (5) year 
maintenance guaranty. 

Westville street, from Geneva avenue to Draper street, is about 
1,408 feet in length. The contract for constructing the side- 
walks and regulating on this street was awarded to William J. 
Rafferty Company August 15, 1913. It is a 40-foot street with 
a macadam roadway, 3-foot granite block gutters, flagging 
crosswalks, granite edgestone and artificial stone sidewalks. 



Public Works Department. 187 

The straight edgestone, flagging and paving blocks were fur- 
nished by the city and hauled by the contractor. All other 
materials were furnished by the contractor. The sidewalks 
were laid Under a five (5) year maintenance guaranty. The 
surplus excavation was hauled to the Mill street dump by the 
contractor. 

Winthrop street, from Blue Hill avenue to Brook avenue, is 
about 332 feet in length. The contract for laying and relaying 
3-foot granite block gutters, flagging crosswalks, setting and 
resetting granite edgestone and constructing artificial stone 
sidewalks, 6 to 7 feet in width, was awarded to James Doherty 
October 28, 1912. The artificial stone sidewalks were laid 
under a five (5) year maintenance guaranty. About 120 
linear feet of artificial stone walk on the easterly side, about 
50 feet north of Blue Hill avenue, was found in good condition 
and allowed to remain. The straight edgestone was furnished 
by the city at the South End Paving Yard, Albany street, 
and hauled by the contractor. Circular edgestone was fur- 
nished by the city on the line of the work. The granite blocks 
were furnished by the city at Washington street, Dorchester, 
and hauled by the contractor. All other materials were fur- 
nished by the contractor. 

Withington street, from Norfolk street to Torrey street, is 
about 652 feet in length. The contract for completing the 3-foot 
granite block gutters, flagging crosswalks, granite edgestones 
and artificial stone sidewalks, 7 feet in width, was awarded to 
W. A. Murtfeldt Company June 27, 1913. The circular edge- 
stone was furnished by the city on the line of the work. The 
straight edgestone and flagging were furnished by the city at 
the South End Paving Yard, Albany street, and hauled by the 
contractor. The granite paving blocks were furnished by the 
city at the Massachusetts avenue lot and hauled by the con- 
tractor. All the other materials were furnished by the con- 
tractor. The artificial stone sidewalks were laid under a five 
(5) year maintenance guaranty. 

Woolson street, from Blue Hill avenue to Norfolk street, is 
about 1,219 feet in length. The contract for constructing the 
artificial stone sidewalks and regulating was awarded to the 
Warren Brothers Company May 9, 1913. The contract for 
constructing the roadway was awarded to J. J. McCarthy 
July 28, 1913. It is a 40-foot street with a 6-inch tar macadam 
roadway, 3-foot granite block gutters, flagging crosswalks, 
granite edgestone and 7-foot artificial stone sidewalks. The 
straight edgestone, corners, flagging and paving blocks were 
furnished by the city and hauled by the contractor. The cir- 
cular edgestone was furnished by the city on the line of the 
work. The sidewalks were laid under a five (5) year mainte- 
nance guaranty. The surplus excavated material was hauled 
to Almont street by the contractor. 



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Maintenance. 

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31, 1914 (gross) $1,392,468 22 

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rials furnished different services, 
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companies, etc $17,621 09 

Inspectors' services .... 5,071 50 

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Special Appropriations. 

Old Colony Avenue, Construction of. 
Unexpended balance, February 1, 1913 . $16,053 51 

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Unexpended balance, January 31, 1914 . . $14,567 86 

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Norfolk street, widening * 4,946 60 

Union Park street * 8,852 47 

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terrace) * 12,227 55 

Harvard avenue, Brighton * 645 68 

Pleasant street, widening * 26,415 58 

Thacher street extension 180 67 

Income. 

Statement showing the amount of bills deposited 
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On account of edgestone and sidewalk assess- 
ments $35,778 58 

Stone from ledges (Chestnut Hill) . . 1,540 22 

Permits . . . • 32,358 28 

Junk, old materials, etc. 321 08 



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Amount paid into the city treasury during the year: 

On account of edgestone and sidewalk assess- 
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Stone from ledges (Chestnut Hill) . . . 1,382 85 

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Salary of division engineer (part of) ... 

Salary of office clerks, stenographers and mes- 
sengers 

Salary of chief engineer .... 

Salaries of assistant engineers (office work) 

Salaries of permit office clerks 

Salaries of permit office inspectors 

Salaries of engineering inspectors (office work) 

Salaries of inspectors on artificial stone sidewalks 

Salaries of district inspectors . 

Salary of medical inspector 

Medical attendance on injured employees 

Salary of chief veterinarian 

Salary of inspector of horses . 

Wages of weigher at Chestnut Hill ledge 

Wages of weigher at Centre street ledge 

Wages of weigher and watchmen at Dimock 
street yard 

Pensions paid to veterans of Civil War (retired) 

Pensions paid to retired laborers . 

Pay allowed injured employees 

Holidays, not including holidays charged to street 
accounts 

Automobile expense, division engineer . 

Gasolene, grease, etc. . . . $229 51 

Repairs 206 20 

New tires and tubes . . . 290 43 

Repairing tires and tubes . . 13 65 

Wages of chauffeur . . . 1,113 00 

Supplies . . . . . 226 62 

Automobile expense, chief engineer 

Gasolene, grease, etc. . . . $297 09 

Repairs 1,406 56 

New tubes and tires . . . 320 55 

Repairing tubes and tires . 19 85 

Wages of chauffeur . . . 1,109 50 

Supplies . • 127 84 

Automobile expense, emergency car 

Rambler runabout (new) . . $800 00 

Gasolene, grease, etc. ... 1 84 

Automobile expense, old emergency car 

Repairs $461 28 

Supplies 14 27 

Gasolene ...... 57 92 

Automobile repairs, permit clerk .... 

Advertising (miscellaneous) 



$1,250 00 

1,480 84 

3,000 00 

11,460 39 

8,216 29 

10,530 15 

5,700 83 

4,675 30 

6,158 85 

1,000 00 

10 20 

3,000 00 

1,016 01 

707 25 

552 00 

2,980 50 

11,876 12 

14,548 40 

947 25 

44,406 55 
2,079 41 



3,281 39 



801 84 
533 47 



100 94 
12 40 



Carried forward . 



$140,326 38 



Public Works Department. 



195 



36 
70 
02 
70 
40 
52 
00 
20 
46 
16 



Brought forward . 
Newspapers, magazines, etc. 
Printing .... 
Postage .... 
Stationery .... 
Traveling expenses, car fares, etc. . 
Engineering supplies and incidentals 
Artificial stone sidewalks . 

Rebates allowed to contractors . 

Repairs made .... 

Torrey street, Dorchester 

Washington, at Torrey street 

Union Park street .... 

Brattle square .... 

Washington street, Roxbury 

Cliff street 

Dana street 

Tunnel, Roslindale 

Market street, at cemetery . 

Columbia road, at K street 

Morton street .... 

Dakota street .... 

Kenwood street .... 

Advertising 

Asphalt and bitulithic pavements repaired 

Temporary repairs, labor, materi- 
als, etc 

Engineering 

Inspection 

Engineering expense 

Advertising 

Amount paid to Barber Asphalt 
Paving Company 

Amount paid to Warren Brothers 
Company, asphalt 

Amount paid to Warren Brothers 
Company, bitulithic repairs 
New crosswalks, not included elsewhere 

Fence repairs 

Plank walk repairs ..... 
Edgestones, sidewalks and gutters, new, not in- 
cluded elsewhere 

Rent of land, etc 

Taxes (net) • 

Horses purchased and exchanged (net cost) 

Buggies, carts and wagons, new 

Expense of stables, including drivers, feeders, 

fodder, horseshoeing, repairs to harnesses, 

carts, etc $123,251 82 



,411 42 
2,825 46 
115 02 
171 
254 

43 
245 
140 

47 

72 
275 
152 

56 

75 43 

178 03 

4 10 



85 
40 
89 
10 
50 



343 

1,731 

9 

4 



100 17 

24,672 80 

1,293 72 



$140,326 38 

3 00 

2,808 35 

568 80 

757 79 

794 45 

1,530 71 

19,067 98 



29,094 43 



4,375 24 

4,231 64 

1,953 29 

12,946 71 

4,756 63 

612 90 

1,599 58 

690 00 



Carried forward 



$123,251 82 $226,117 88 



196 



City Document No. 26. 



Brought forward .... $123,251 82 $226,117 88 
Amount earned by departmen ; 

teams 93,428 24 

29,823 58 

466 00 

909 76 

142 44 

1,968 82 



Scarifier 

Electric lighting, yards and stables 

Gas lighting, yards and stables . 

Fuel for heating yard buildings, offices and stables, 

Electrical appliances, labor and stock, yards and 
stables .... 

Furniture, yards and stables 

Rent of towels . 

Stoves, pipes, grates, etc. 

Telephone service 

Derricks, repairing, etc. . 

Dumping boat service 

Oil for street lighting 

Ice 

Oatmeal .... 

Signs, making and putting up 

Numbering streets, salaries 

Numbering streets, figures for 

Tools, hardware, etc., new; cost of repairing, etc 

Executions of courts and damages 

Snow dumps 

Scale repairs 

Expenses of yards, including salaries of foremen 
yardmen, watchmen, tool wagon, etc. 

Repairing yard offices, stables, sheds, etc. 

Painting buildings at North End Yard 

Altering blacksmith shop, stable, heating plant 
and steam roller shed at Brighton Paving Yard, 

Repairing tar concrete sidewalks .... 

Sanding icy and slippery streets .... 

Sanitary Service, work done and material fur- 
nished, not shown elsewhere .... 

Sewer Service, work done and material furnished, 
not shown elsewhere 

Work done and material furnished, individuals, 
corporations, etc 

Work done and material furnished, Schoolhouse 
Department 

Work done and material furnished, Bridge Service, 
not included elsewhere 

Work done and material furnished, Water Serv- 
ice, not included elsewhere 



Carried forward 



1,125 54 

26 31 

160 60 

124 44 

1,330 71 

557 16 

4 75 

821 44 

80 98 

42 72 

9,846 33 

1,219 53 

21 25 

21,190 84 

1,628 68 

760 87 

49 19 

43,714 72 

9,573 61 

390 00 

5,103 98 

374 95 

1,231 81 

*253 53 

2 2,494 34 

3 721 11 

4 48 14 

5 165 22 

6 341 78 
. $362,833 01 



1 $253.53 paid through City Collector. 

2 $1,852.43 paid through City Collector. 

3 $721.11 paid through City Collector and $14.40 withdrawn. 

4 $23.94 paid through City Collector. 
6 $165.22 paid through City Collector 
6 $341.78 paid through City Collector. 



Public Woeks Department. 



197 



00 

68 31 

4 50 

25 01 



Brought forward 

Repairing culverts and building new culverts 
Motor cycle expense 

New Indian . 

Repairs .... 

Registration . 

Gasolene, oil and supplies 
Removal of gypsy moths 
Making cases for Central Office 
Catch-basins, marking locations 

Teaming empty oil barrels, etc 

Trimming and removing trees . . . 

Services of constable 

Photographs 

Sundries 

Grass seed 

Cleaning streets after fire in Roxbury . 

Fire extinguishers 

Bandages 

Membership in Association for Standard Specifi 

cations 

Columbus Day parade .... 

Repairs to Traverse Street Subway 

Scale repairs at Chestnut Hill avenue ledge 

Scale repairs at Dimock Street Yard 

Stock, materials .... $81,541 84 

Stock, handling and teaming . . 18,454 09 



$362,833 01 
664 22 

282 82 



40 77 

80 16 
202 50 

47 44 

210 84 

2 81 

12 60 

6 73 

7 39 
784 36 
403 83 

5 50 

25 00 

8 50 
92 78 

368 57 
75 45 



Less stock delivered on streets 



,995 93 
97,278 17 



Steam rollers, amount earned . . $27,303 63 
Steam rollers, cost of operating, 

repairing, etc. .... 19,644 01 



2,717 76 
$368,873 04 



7,659 62 
$361,213 42 



Street Work Done in Part by Contract and 
Department Force and Charged to the Main- 
tenance Appropriation. 

Beacon street, between Massachusetts avenue and Raleigh street. Length* 
1,526 linear feet. Area, 2,229 square yards. Wood block pavement 
laid and relaid. 

Engineering $32 62 

Inspection 115 50 

Engineering expense 25 

Carried forward $148 37 



198 



City Document No. 26. 



Brought forward $148 37 

Amount paid to Central Construction Com- 
pany, under contract: 
9 cubic yards concrete base 
furnished and laid @ 
$6.90 .... $62 10 

750 square yards wood block 
pavement furnished and 
laid @ $3.27 . . . 2,452 50 

Addition to contract: 
1,479 square yards wood block 
pavement (3§-inch 
block) furnished and 
laid @ $3.15 . . . 4,658 85 

7,173 45 



r,321 82 



Armandine street, between Milton avenue and Washington street. Length, 
1,398 linear feet. Area, 4,039 square yards. Edgestone set, block 
gutters paved and artificial stone sidewalks constructed. 



Engineering . 

Inspection . 

Engineering expense . 

Labor, handling stock 

Advertising . 

Edgestone, 1,914 feet straight, 93 feet 3 inches 

circular and 36 small corners 
Flagging, 16 feet 
Blocks, old granite, 29,690 
Amount paid to Jeremiah J. McCarthy, under 

contract : 



$69 85 
182 00 

2 20 
31 65 

4 40 

1,514 46 

12 80 

418 08 



17 trees removed @ $10 
22 cubic yards water box 

excavation @ $1 
27 cubic yards rock excava- 
tion @ $4 . 
1,890 linear feet straight edge- 
stone and corners 
hauled and set @ 28c, 
71 linear feet circular edge- 
stone set @ 15c. 
592 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 15c. 
853 square yards granite 
block paving hauled 
and laid @ 75c. . 
88 square yards existing 
granite block paving 
relaid @ 40c. 
4 square yards flagging 
crosswalks hauled and 
laid @ $1 . 
15,374 square feet artificial 
stone sidewalks fur- 
nished and laid @ 18c, 
1,177 square feet artificial stone 
driveways furnished 
and laid @ 18c . 
1 cover reset @ $3 . 

Carried forward 



$170 00 

22 00 

108 00 

529 20 
10 65 
88 80 

639 75 

35 20 

4 00 

2,767 32 



211 86 
3 00 



1,589 78 $2,235 44 



Public Works Department. 199 

52,235 44 



Brought forward 


$4,589 7 


Extra work — Remove 




existing edgestones and 




construct driveways 




where directed: 




47 hours, foreman, @ 62|c, 


29 38 


99 1 hours, edgestone setter, 




@ 62^0. 


62 19 


81 1 hours, stonecutter, @ 




62±c 


50 94 


298| hours, tender, @ 31 Jc. . 


93 28 


226 hours' labor @ 25c. 


56 50 


Plus 15 per cent on 




$292.29 


43 84 


6 days, double team, @ $6, 


36 00 


If days, single team, @ 




$3.50 .... 


5 25 


139 linear feet edgestone 




hauled @ 8c. 


11 12 



4,978 28 

$7,213 72 
Credit: Bricks, 7,500 .... 52 50 



M61 22 



Alcott street, southerly side, from Franklin street about 100 feet easterly. 
Length, 100 linear feet. Area, 643 square feet. Edgestone set, block 
gutters paved, flagging crosswalks laid and artificial stone sidewalks 
constructed. 

Inspection $10 50 

Advertising 2 15 

Amount paid to John J. Lane, under contract: 
107 linear feet existing edgestone 

reset @ 15c. ... $16 05 

36 square yards existing gran- 
ite block paving relaid @ 

35c 12 60 

643 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks furnished and 
laid @ 16c. ... 102 88 

131 53 

$144 18 



Alban street, between Welles avenue and Ashmont street. Length, 1,358 
linear feet. Area, 3,948 square yards. Edgestone reset, block gutters 
repaved, flagging crosswalks relaid and artificial stone sidewalks con- 
structed. 

Engineering 

Inspection 



Engineering expense 
Advertising . 
Teaming 

Edgestone, 3 feet 7 inches 
Amount paid to James Doherty, under con- 
tract : 

1,852 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset © 13c. . $240 76 
530 square yards existing 
granite block paving 
relaid @ 40c. . . 212 00 



$47 78 
45 50 

2 20 
4 00 

3 00 
1 25 



Carried forward . . . $452 76 $103 73 



200 City Document No. 26. 

Brought forward . . . $452 76 $103 73 

10,575 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks furnished 
and laid @ 17*c. . . 1,824 19 

1,042 square feet artificial stone 
driveways furnished 
and laid @ 17£c. . 179 75 

Constructing dry well . 5 00 

Extra work — Remove 
trees where directed : 
148 hours' labor @ 25c. . 37 00 

Plus 15 per cent on $37 . 5 55 

4 hours' double team @ 

68fc 2 75 

Extra work — Regulate 
Bradley head catch- 
basin as directed: 



6 hours, mason, @ 62^c. . 

12 hours, tender, @ 25c. . 

Plus 15 per cent on $6.75, 


3 75 
3 00 
1 01 


2,514 76 
$2,618 49 

40 80 




Credit: Bricks, 2,400 . 
Blocks, 1,200 . 


$16 80 
24 00 








$2,577 69 







Centre street, northerly side, between Allston street and Shawmut Branch 
Railroad. Length, 300 linear feet. Reset edgestone, relayblock gut- 
ters, relay flagging crosswalks and construct artificial stone sidewalks. 
Engineering $8 17 



Inspection 




15 


75 


Engineering expense . 






40 


Edgestone, 136 feet 5 inches 




52 


16 


Blocks, 1,650 old granite . 




33 


00 


Labor, handling stock 






IS 


Amount paid to James Doherty, u 


nder con- 






tract: 








136 linear feet straight edge- 








stone hauled and set @ 








25c 


$34 00 






163 linear feet existing edge- 








stone reset @ 12c. 


19 56 






45 square yards granite block 








paving hauled and laid 








@ 70c 


31 50 






58 square yards existing gran- 








ite block paving relaid 








@37c 


21 46 






1,913 square feet artificial stone 








sidewalks furnished and 








laid @ 15fc. 


301 30 






108 square feet artificial stone 








driveways furnished 








and laid @ 15fc. . 


17 01 






Extra work — Remove 








tree where directed : 








12 hours' labor @ 25c. . 


3 00 






Plus 15 per cent on $3 


45 






1 day, double team, @ $5.50, 


5 50 










433 


78 







$543 44 



Public Works Department. 



201 



Blue Hill avenue, easterly side, from Washington street about 192 feet 
southerly. Length, 220 linear feet. Reset edgestone, repave gutters 
and construct artificial stone sidewalks. 



Engineering 




$22 06 


Inspection 




24 50 


Engineering expense . 




1 20 


Advertising 




3 90 


Edgestone, 9 feet circular . 




11 20 


Teaming 




3 00 


Amount paid to Robert Eager, 


Jr., under 




contract: 






12 linear feet circular edge- 






stone set @ 00c. . 






101 linear feet existing edge- 






stone reset @ 10c. 


$10 10 




20 square yards existing 






granite block paving 






relaid © 40c. 


8 00 




3,130 square feet artificial stone 






sidewalks furnished and 






laid © 16c. . 


500 80 


518 90 







$584 76 





$123 07 




245 


00 




3 


30 
89 




2 


10 




31 


89 




12 


00 



Centre street, between Green and Keyes streets. Edgestone reset, existing 
flagging crosswalks relaid, artificial stone sidewalks constructed and 
roadway paved with bitulithic on a concrete base. 
Engineering . 
Inspection . 
Engineering expense . 
Labor, handling stock 
Advertising . 
Edgestone 
Teaming 

Amount paid to Warren Brothers Company, 
under contract: 
86 linear feet straight edge- 
stone and corners 
hauled and set @ 24c, 
22 linear feet circular edge- 
stone set @ 22c. . 
2,245 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 19c. 
7 square yards existing 
granite block paving 
relaid, gravel joints, 

@ 40c 

176 square yards existing 
granite block paving 
relaid, pitch joints, in- 
cluding concrete base, 
© $1.85 
4 square yards existing 
flagging crosswalks re- 
laid, gravel joints, © 

35c 

206 square yards existing 
flagging crosswalks re- 
laid, pitch joints, in- 
cluding concrete base, 
©81.75 



$20 64 
4 84 



426 55 



2 80 



325 60 



1 40 



360 50 



Carried forward 



L,142 33 $418 25 



202 City Document No. 26. 

Brought forward . . . $1,142 33 $418 25 

4,776 square yards concrete 
base and bitulithic 
wearing surface fur- 
nished and placed @ 
$2.63 .... 12,560 88 
17,816 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks furn i s h e d 
and laid @ 20c. . . 3,563 20 

20 covers reset @ $3 . . 60 00 

Extra work — Remove 
concrete base already- 
laid and lay new con- 
crete base to conform 
to new catch-basin at 
engine house, Centre 
street: 

38 square yards old concrete 
base removed and re- 
placed with new con- 
crete @ $1 . . m . 38 00 
Extra work — Omit 
granite block paving 
for brows outside of 
and between tracks 
and substitute wood 
block and bitulithic as 
directed: 
310 square yards wood block 
pavement furnished 
and laid @ $4.18 _ . 1,295 80 
1,035 square yards bitulithic 
wearing surface fur- 
nished and laid @ 
$2.63 .... 2,722 05 



$21,800 51 
Credit: Old blocks, 30,610 612 20 



21,382 26 

$21,188 31 



Bernard street, between Harvard and Kerwin streets. Length, 910 linear 
feet. _ Area, 3,440 square feet. Set edgestone, pave gutters, relay 
nagging crosswalks and construct artificial stone sidewalks. 



Engineering 




$37 15 


Inspection 




59 50 


Engineering expense . 




2 45 


Advertising 




4 00 


Edgestone, 2 small corners 




7 20 


Amount paid to Thomas F. Hind, 


Inc., under 




contract : 






4 cubic yards rock excava- 






tion @ $3 . 


$12 00 




8 linear feet straight edge- 






stone hauled and set 






@23c. ... 


1 38 




1,542 linear feet existing edge- 






stone reset @ 15c. 


231 30 




533 square yards existing 






granite block paving 






relaid @ 45 c. 


239 85 





Carried forward . . . $484 53 $110 30 



Public Works Department. 203 

Brought forward . . . $484 53 $110 30 

3 square yards existing 
nagging crosswalks re- 
laid @ 50c. ... 1 50 
1 square yard existing 
brick sidewalk relaid 
@ 30c. ... 30 
11,119 square feet artificial 
stone sidewalks fur- 
nished and laid @ 16c, 1,779 04 
81 square feet artificial 
stone driveways fur- 
nished and laid @ 16c, 12 96 
3 covers reset @ $3, 9 00 

2,287 33 

$2,397 63 



Chelsea South Bridge, from Scott's court to the draw. Length, 347 linear 
feet. Iron fence reconstructed. 

Inspection . $42 00 

Amount paid to W. A. Snow Iron Works, Inc., 

under contract: 
Repairing and restoring railing of bridge . 506 00 

$548 00 

Cohasset street, between Corinth and Albano streets. Length, 1,014 
linear feet. Area, 9,939 square yards. Edgestone set, block gutters 
paved and artificial stone sidewalks constructed. 



Engineering 




$20 47 


Inspection 




28 00 


Engineering expense . 




85 


Advertising 




3 70 


Amount paid to Martino DeMatteo, under 




contract : 






165 linear feet existing edge- 






stone reset @ 15c. 


$24 75 




59 square yards existing 






granite block paving 






relaid @ 40c. 


23 60 




9,939 square feet artificial 






stone sidewalks fur- 






nished and laid @ 16c, 


1,590 24 




2 covers reset @ $3 . 


6 00 


1,644 59 







$1,697 61 

Condor street, extending sidewalk at foot of Glendon street. 
Amount paid to George T. Rendle as per agreement . . $138 00 

Dennis street, between Dudley and Woodville streets. Edgestone set and 
reset, block gutters paved and repaved, flagging crosswalks relaid 
and artificial stone sidewalks constructed. 



Engineering 


$66 11 




Inspection 


47 25 




Advertising 


4 40 




Engineering expense .... 


2 60 




Labor, handling stock 


2 12 




Blocks, 5,800, old granite . 


116 00 








$238 48 



204 City Document No. 26. 

Brought forward $238 48 

Edgestone, 141 feet straight and 102 feet 1 

inch circular 221 20 

Amount paid to James Doherty, under con- 
tract: 
143 linear feet straight edge- 
stone and corners 
_ hauled and set @ 23c, $32 89 

104 linear feet circular edge- 

_ stone set @ 18c. . . 18 72 

1,596 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 14c. . 223 44 

220 square yards granite block 

paving hauled and laid 

@ 60c 174 00 

339 square yards existing 
granite block paving 
relaid @ 40c. . . 135 60 

62 square yards existing flag- 
ging crosswalks relaid 

@ 50c 31 00 

8 square yards existing brick 

sidewalks relaid @ 30c, 2 40 

9,565 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks furnished 
and laid @ 17c . . 1,626 05 

221 square feet artificial stone 

driveways furnished 

and laid @ 17c . . 37 57 

Extra work — Reset 

Bradley Head c a t c h- 

basins to grade where 

directed : 

21 hours, mason, @ 62|c . 

39 hours, helper, @ 25c 

Plus 15 per cent on $22.88, 

1^ barrels Portland cement 

@ $1.85 .... 

| double load sand @ $1.50, 



13 


13 


9 


75 


3 


43 


2 


78 




50 



$2,770 94 
Credit: 22,000 paving bricks (old) ... 154 00 



2,311 26 

$2,616 94 



Dorchester avenue, from Ralston street about 140 feet southerly. Length, 
140 linear feet. Area, 498 square yards. Roadway paved with 
wood block on a concrete base, edgestone reset, flagging crosswalks 
relaid and brick sidewalks laid. 



Engineering . 
Engineering expense 
Advertising . 
Bricks, 2,200, old 
Flagging, 6 feet . 
Amount paid to Coleman Brothers, under 
contract: 

308 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 16c . $49 28 
64 square yards existing 
granite block paving 
relaid, gravel joints, @ 
60c 38 40 



$10 38 
1 20 

3 90 
15 40 

4 80 



Carried forward ... $87 68 $35 68 



Public Works Department. 205 



Brought forward . . _ . $87 68 $35 68 

8 square yards existing 

granite block paving 

relaid, pitch joints, 

including concrete base, 



13 square yards existing 
flagging crosswalks 
relaid, gravel joints, @ 



16 00 



13 00 



1 square yard flagging cross- 

walks hauled and laid, 
pitch joints, including 
concrete base, @ $2 . 2 00 

10 square yards existing flag- 
ging crosswalks relaid, 
pitch joints, including 
concrete base, @ $1.80, 18 00 

402 square yards wood 
block pavement fur- 
nished and laid @ $3.90, 1,567 80 

320 square yards existing 
brick sidewalks relaid 
© 35c 

2 catch-basins reset @ $3, 



Credit: Old granite blocks 



112 00 
6 00 


1,822 48 






$1,858 16 
103 00 







Dorchester avenue, east side, between Belfort and St. William streets. 
Length, 174 linear feet. Area, 1,398 square feet. Edgestone set, 
block gutters paved and artificial stone sidewalks constructed. 



Engineering 


$15 52 


Inspection . 


38 50 


Engineering expense 


95 


Advertising 


4 60 


Edgestone, 9 feet 5 inches circular 


11 30 


Amount paid to William J. Rafferty Com- 




pany, under contract: 




10 linear feet circular edge- 




stone set @ 30c. . . $3 00 




13 linear feet existing edge- 




stone reset @ 18c. . 2 34 




3 square yards existing 




granite block paving 




relaid @ 50c. . 1 50 




1,398 square feet artificial stone 




sidewalks furnished and 




laid @ 17c. ... 237 66 






244 50 





$315 37 

Dudley street, between Washington street and Harrison avenue. Length, 
380 linear feet. Area, 5,615 square feet. Artificial stone sidewalks 
constructed. 

Engineering $42 23 

Inspection ........ 52 50 

Advertising 4 20 

Engineering expense 5 90 

Carried forward $104 83 



206 



City Document No. 26. 



Brought forward .... 
Labor, handling stock 
Edgestone, 35 feet 10 inches 
Amount paid to Robert Eager, Jr., 
contract : 

26 linear feet straight edge- 
stone hauled and set @ 
30c. . . . . 
102 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 15c. 
5,615 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks furnished and 
laid @ 16c. . 
Extra work — Furnish 
and lay artificial stone 
sidewalk and regulate 
Warren street (westerly- 
side), from Dudley- 
street to Zeigler street: 
237 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 15c. 

1 square yard existing brick 

sidewalks relaid @ 35c, 
2,063 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks furnished and 
laid @ 16c. . 
Extra work — Break out 
and remove concrete as 
directed : 

2 hours, mason, @ 62|c. 
6 hours, tender, @ 31|c. 

14 hours' labor @ 25c. . 
Plus 15 per cent on $6.63 . 



Credit: 10,800 old bricks 



under 

$7 80 
15 30 

898 40 



35 55 
35 

330 08 



$104 83 

39 

25 08 



1 25 

1 88 

3 50 

99 


1,295 10 

$1,425 40 
75 60 
$1,349 80 





traight, 5 feet 



Elmo street, between Blue Hill avenue and Erie street. Length, 800 linear 
feet. Area, 2,311 square yards. Edgestone set, block gutters 
paved, flagging crosswalks laid and artificial stone sidewalks con- 
structed. 

Engineering 

Inspection 

Advertising . 

Engineering expense . 

Labor, handling stock 

Edgestone, 20 feet 11 inches s 
inches circular . 

Flagging, 162 feet 10 inches 

Teaming .... 

Labor, stone cutter 

Blocks 

Amount paid to James Doherty, under 
contract: 

33 cubic yards rock excava- 
tion @ $5 . . . $165 00 
9 linear feet circular edge- 
stone set @ 17c. . 1 53 



$68 54 


71 75 


4 10 


3 55 


2 52 


17 65 


127 01 


7 50 


1 50 


8 00 



Carried forward 



$166 53 



$312 12 



Public Works Department. 



207 



Brought forward 


$166 53 


$312 12 


1,091 linear feet existing edge- • 






stone reset @ 13c. 


141 83 




505 square yards existing gran- 






ite block paving relaid 






@40c. . . . . 


202 00 




33 square yards flagging 






crosswalks hauled and 






laid @ 80c. . 


26 40 




6,248 square feet artificial stone 






sidewalks furnished and 






laid @ 17|c. . 


1,077 78 




68 square feet artificial stone 






driveways furnished and 






laid@17ic. . 


11 73 


1,626 27 










$1,938 39 


Credit: 2 corners 




3 60 



$1,934 79 



Conway street, between South and Fairview streets. Length, 802 linear 
feet. Area, 9,556 square feet. Artificial stone sidewalks constructed, 
edgestone reset, block paving relaid. 



Engineering 




$34 34 


Inspection 




129 50 


Engineering expense . 




1 35 


Advertising 




2 10 


Handling stock .... 




18 


Blocks, old granite, 19,310 




386 20 


Edgestone, 5 feet 4 inches straight, 


31 feet 8 




inches circular and 2 small corner 


3 


48 02 


Amount paid to Martino De 






Matteo, under contract: 






12 linear feet straight edge- 






stone and corners hauled 






and set @ 35c. 


$4 20 




26 linear feet circular edge- 






stone set @ 15c. 


3 90 




1,534 linear feet existing edge- 






stone reset @ 13c. 


199 42 




494 square yards granite block 






paving hauled and laid 






@ 70c. ... 


345 80 




17 square yards existing gran- 






ite block paving relaid 






@ 35c. ... 


5 95 




9,392 square feet artificial stone 






sidewalks furnished and 






laid @ 17|c. . 


1,643 60 




164 square feet artificial stone 






driveways furnished and 






laid @ 19c. . 


31 16 




Extra work — Reset 






Bradley-Head catch- 






basin frames where di- 






rected @ $5 . 


15 00 


2,249 03 










$2,850 72 



* See Fairview street, done in connection with this street. 



208 City Document No. 26. 

* Fairview street, southerly side, from Conway street about 350 feet easterly. 
Length, 350 linear feet. Area, 2,184 square feet. Artificial stone 
sidewalks constructed, edgestone reset, block paving relaid. 

Advertising $2 10 

Amount paid to Martino De Matteo, under 
contract : 
6 linear feet circular edge- 
stone set @ 15c. . . $0 90 
354 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 13c. . 46 02 
112 square yards granite block 
paving hauled and laid 
@ 70c. . . _ . . 78 40 
20 square yards existing gran- 
ite block paving relaid 

@ 35c 7 00 

2,128 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks furnished and 
laid @ 17|c. ... • 372 40 

56 square feet artificial stone 
driveways furnished and 
laid @ 19c. ... 10 64 

Extra work — Reset 
Bradley-Head catch- 
basin frames: 
1 catch-basin frame reset @ 

$5 5 00 

520 36 

$522 46 



Exchange street, from State street about 174 feet northerly. Length, 335 
linear feet. Area, 593 square yards. Edgestone reset, roadway paved 
with wood block on a concrete base in part and balance paved with 
granite block on a concrete base. 
Engineering $13 09 



Inspection 

Engineering expense . 
Advertising . 
Labor, handling stock 
Flagging, 42 feet 9 inches 
Bricks, 1,000 

Edgestone, 8 feet 6 inches 
Amount paid to Central Construction Com- 
pany, under contract: 
8| linear feet straight edge- 
stone hauled and set @ 

40c S3 40 

153 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 30c. . 45 90 
57 square yards existing gran- 
ite block paving relaid, 
pitch joints, @ $1.49 . 84 93 
12 square yards fl a g g i n g 
crosswalks hauled and 
laid, pitch joints, @ 
$1.75 .... 21 00 
6| square yards wood block 
pavement furnished and 
laid @ $4.96 ... 32 24 



50 31 
45 

4 00 
95 

33 36 
13 00 

5 61 



Carried forward . . . $187 47 $120 77 

*See Conway street, done in connection with this street. 



Public Works Department. 



209 



Brought forward 
2 covers reset @ $3 . 
Extra work — Furnish 
and lay wood block 
pavement with lath 
joints, as directed, be- 
tween 174 feet north of 
State street and Dock 
square: 
236 square yards wood block 
pavement furnished and 
laid, lath joints, @ 
$5.06 .... 
Extra work — Remove 
wood blocks for a dis- 
tance of 160 feet north 
from State street and 
substitute granite 
blocks on a concrete 
base with pitch and 
pebble joints: 
288.4 square yards granite block 
paving laid on a con- 
crete base with pitch 
and pebble joints @ 
$2.98 .... 
Allowance for delay under 
Article 8 of contract : 
5 hours, foreman, @ 65c. 
60 hours, double team, @ 

75c. 
60 hours' labor @ 25c. . 
8 hours, paver, @ $1 . 
4 hours, rammer, @ 35c. 
Plus 15 per cent on $72.65 



Deduct because of viola- 
tion of terms of injunc- 
tion by officials of city, 



Credit: Blocks, old granite, 7,975 



$1S7 47 
6 00 



$120 77 



1,194 16 



859 43 



3 25 

45 00 

15 00 

8 00 

1 40 

10 90 



2,330 61 
150 00 



2,180 61 

52,301 38 
159 50 



!,141 



Evelyn street, between Blue Hill avenue and Norfolk street. Length, 901 
linear feet. Area, 2,603 square yards. Edgestone set, block gutters 
paved, flagging crosswalks laid and artificial stone sidewalks 
constructed. 

Engineering . 

Inspection 

Engineering expense . 

Advertising . 

Labor, handling stock 

Labor, tallying blocks 

Flagging, 55 feet 

Blocks, old granite 

Edgestone, 1,344 feet 10 inches straight, 10 
feet 3 J inches circular and 10 small corners, 



$55 37 


115 


50 


1 


20 


6 


20 




83 


29 


(12 


44 


00 


32 


70 


1,093 


05 



Carried forward 



1,378 47 



210 City Document No. 26. 

Brought forward . «i o~o „., 

Teaming . ■■••... $1,3/8 47 

Amount paid to Central Construction Com- 2 8? 

pany, under contract : 

Removing trees, bushes, 
stumps, etc. . $10 00 

41 cubic yards rock excava- 
tion @ $3 190 m 
1,359 linear feet straight edge! 
stone and corners 
hauled and set @ 25c 339 75 
10 linear feet circular edge- 
stone set @ 25c. . 2 50 
49 linear feet existing edge- 

stone reset @ 25c. 12 25 

467 square yards granite block 
paving hauled and laid 
@ $1 . . . 427 QQ 

14 square yards existing 
granite block paving re- 
laid @ 40c. . c 60 
12 square yards nagging 
crosswalks hauled and 
laid @ 65c. . 7 so 
12 square yards existing 
flagging crosswalks re- 
laid @ 40c. . 4 on 
8,325 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks furnished and 
laid @ 15c. . 1 24s 7* 
292 square feet artificial stone 
driveways furnished and 
laid @ 16c. . 46 7? 
2 covers reset @ S3 . .' q 
Extra work — Regulate 
catch-basins over 6 
inches: 
4 hours, mason, @ 70c. 2 80 
4 hours, stonecutter, (& 

62§c. ... 
4 hours, tender, @ 31 Jc. 
Plus 15 per cent on $6.55 
150 bricks @ $13 per M. 
2 bags Portland cement (5 
50c. 



2 


50 


1 


25 




98 


1 


9.5 


1 


00 



t 1 0,0 , 82,284 65 

Less 1,343 feet 10 inches 

straight edgestone 

hauled by city @ 5c. . 67 19 



2,217 46 
$3,598 SO 



^^mef/fee^^ATa^of 11 ^^ ^ N ° rfolk street ' length, 901 
constructed ' ' 6 ° 3 "^ y&rds 6 ~ mch tar macadam roadway 

A TonTrlSf t0 Jeremkh J - McCartt y Company, under 
365 cubic yards earth excavation @ 75c. $273 7*5 

76 square yards existing granite block 

paving relaid @ 50c. .... 3S 0Q 

Carried forward 



LI 75 



Public Works Department. 



211 



Brought forward $311 75 

1,956 square yards tar macadam surface fur- 
nished and placed @ 79c. . . 1,545 24 
8 covers reset @ $3 24 00 



$1,880 99 



Franklin street, easterly side, between Lincoln and Easton streets. Length, 
736 linear feet. Area, 4,197 square feet. Edgestone set, block 
gutters paved, flagging crosswalks laid and artificial stone sidewalks 
constructed. 



Engineering 




$25 59 


Inspection 




52 50 


Engineering expense . 




55 


Advertising 




2 15 


Labor, handling stock 




8 04 


Flagging, 31 feet 




11 16 


Edgestone, 482 feet 5 inches straigl 


it, 45 feet 




4§ inches circular and 6 small corn( 


jrs . 


389 05 


Amount paid to John J. Lane, under 


contract : 




456 linear feet straight edge- 






stone hauled and set @ 






25c 


$114 00 




47 linear feet circular edge- 






stone set @ 20c. . 


9 40 




178 linear feet existing edge- 






stone reset @ 15c. 


26 70 




246 square yards existing 






granite block paving re- 






laid @ 35c. . 


86 10 




7 square yards flagging 






crosswalks hauled and 






laid © $1 . . 


7 00 




21 square yards existing flag- 






ging crosswalks relaid @ 






50c. ... 


10 50 




3,978 square feet artificial stone 






sidewalks furnished and 






laid @ 16c. . 


636 48 




219 square feet artificial stone 






driveways furnished and 






laid @ 16c. . 


35 04 




3 covers reset @ $3 . 


9 00 


934 22 







$1,423 26 



Fulton street, between Richmond and Lewis streets. Length, 525 linear 
feet. Area, 2,169 square yards. Roadway paved with old granite 
blocks on a concrete base, edgestone set, flagging crosswalks laid and 
brick sidewalks relaid. 

Engineering . 

Inspection 

Engineering expense . 

Advertising . 

Labor, handling stock 

Labor, tallying blocks 

Teaming 

Bricks, 17,000 . 

Edgestone, 63 feet straight, 18 feet 10 inches 
circular and 2 small corners 

Flagging, 63 feet 1 inch 



126 


01 


1 


10 


4 


10 


3 


20 


8 


50 


39 


60 


221 


00 


63 


81 


113 


58 



Carried forward 



$646 88 



212 City Document No. 26. 

Carried forward $646 88 

Templets 8 59 

Blocks, 4,120, old granite 82 40 

Amount paid to Boston Paving Company, 
under contract: 
63 linear feet straight edge- 
stone and corners 
hauled and set @ 21c, $13 23 

19 linear feet circular edge- 
stone set @ 13c. . 2 47 
933 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 13c. . 121 29 
225 square yards existing gran- 
ite block paving relaid, 
gravel joints, @ 45c. . 101 25 
1,867 square yards existing gran- 
ite block paving relaid, 
pitch joints, including 
concrete base, @ $1.73, 3,229 91 
39 square yards existing flag- 
ging crosswalks relaid, 
gravel joints, @ 50c. . 19 50 
36 square yards flagging 
crosswalks hauled and 
laid, pitch joints, includ- 
ing concrete base, @ $2, 72 00 
2 square yards existing flag- 
ging crosswalks relaid, 
pitch joints, including 
concrete base, @$1.73 . 3 46 
636 square yards existing brick 

sidewalks relaid @ 29c, 184 44 

9 covers reset © $3 . . 27 00 

Extra work — Perform 
Sunday work as 
directed : 
225 square yards existing gran- 
ite block paving relaid, 
gravel joints, @ 17c . 38 25 

491 square yards existing gran- 
ite block paving relaid, 
pitch joints, @ 30c . 147 30 

39 square yards existing flag- 
ging crosswalks relaid, 
gravel joints, @ 17c . 6 63 

Extra work — Repave on 
existing concrete base 
where directed: 
23 square yards existing gran- 
ite block paving relaid, 
pitch joints, @ 90c . 20 70 

2 square yards existing flag- 
ging crosswalks relaid, 
pitch joints, @ 90c . 1 80 



3,989 23 
$4,727 10 



Germania street, between Boylston and Bismarck streets. Length, 709 linear 
feet. Area, 1,576 square yards. Rough grade roadway, set edgestone, 
block gutters paved, flagging crosswalks laid, brick sidewalks relaid 



Public Works Department. 



213 



$325 40 
213 00 



242 00 
8 64 



14 56 



330 00 



21 00 



64 00 



7 50 
12 95 



690 34 



23 04 



Less 15 per cent retained, 



2,152 43 
322 86 



$90 47 
105 00 
2 15 
4 20 
231 46 
264 50 

832 81 
383 67 

227 54 
149 00 

18 90 

228 34 
32 59 



and artificial stone sidewalks constructed, 1,018 square yards tar 
macadam roadway resurfaced, 7 inches deep. 
Engineering .... 
Inspection .... 
Engineering expense . 
Advertising .... 
Flagging, 296 feet 9 inches 
Blocks, 13,225, old granite 
Edgestone, 1,076 feet straight, 16 small 

ners and 54 feet 5 inches circular 
Crushed stone, 333.6 tons . 
Tarite, 2,758 gallons .... 

Steam roller 

Labor, handling stock 

Labor, employees, spreading macadam 

Teaming 

Amount paid to John McCourt & Co., under 
contract : 

710 cubic yards earth excava- 
tion @ 74c. . 
71 cubic yards rock excava- 
tion @ $3 
1,100 linear feet straight edge- 
stone and corners 
hauled and set @ 22c. . 
48 linear feet circular edge- 
stone set @ 18c. . 
91 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 16c. 
440 square yards granite block 
paving hauled and laid 
@ 75c. ..... 

42 square yards existing gran- 
ite block paving relaid 

@ 50c 

64 square yards flagging 
crosswalks hauled and 
laid @ $1 . . 
10 square yards existing flag- 
ging crosswalks relaid 
@ 75c. . . . . 
37 square yards existing brick 
sidewalks relaid @ 35c, 
4,931 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks furnished and 
laid @ 14c. . 
128 square feet artificial stone 
driveways furnished and 
laid @ 18c. . 



1,829 57 



$4,400 20 



Greenwood street, between Elmo and Erie streets. Length, 200 linear feet. 
Edgestone reset, gutters repaved and artificial stone sidewalks con- 
structed. 

Engineering $3 57 

Inspection 3 50 



Carried forward 



$7 07 



214 



City Document No. 26. 



Brought forward 


$7 07 




Advertising 


4 00 




Engineering expense 


20 




Amount paid to James Doherty, under 






contract : 






66 linear feet existing edge- 






stone reset @ 17c. . $11 22 






15 square yards existing gran- 






ite block paving relaid 






@ 45c 6 75 






2,119 square feet artificial stone 






sidewalks furnished and 






laid @ 18c. ... 381 42 


399 39 






$410 66 






Hancock Street Paving Yard. Wooden steps constructed. 




Engineering 


$24 66 




Inspection 


28 00 




Advertising 


4 30 




Labor 


12 00 




Teaming 


10 25 




Amount paid to Thomas H. Hanlon, under 






contract: 






Building wood steps as per contract 


971 00 


$1,050 21 







Hayward place, between Washington street and Harrison avenue. Length, 
268 linear feet. Area, 565 square yards. Concrete base built up and 
roadway resurfaced with asphalt and bituminous binder. 



Engineering 




$9 76 


Inspection 




14 00 


Engineering expense . 




10 


Advertising 




4 00 


Amount paid to Boston Paving 


Company, 




under contract: 






65 cubic yards concrete base 






furnished and laid @ 






$8.25 


$536 25 




10 square yards existing granite 






block paving relaid, pitch 






joints, @ $1.15 . 


11 50 




565 square yards bituminous 






concrete binder and 






asphalt wearing surface 






furnished and laid @ 






$2.05 


1,158 25 




1 cover reset @ $3 . 


3 00 


1,709 00 







$1,736 86 



Hollander street, from Humboldt avenue about 200 feet westerly. Length, 
250 linear feet. Area, 2,254 square feet. Edgestone set, block gutters 
paved and artificial stone sidewalks constructed : 

Engineering 

Inspection 

Engineering expense .... 

Edgestone, 12 feet 6 inches circular 

Labor employees, macadam excavation 

Labor employees, macadam spreading 



$11 


03 


14 


(JO 




45 


15 


00 


509 


62 


186 


78 



Carried forward 



$737 48 



Public Works Department. 



215 











$737 48 










217 00 










95 


34 










12 


50 










5 


96 


IS 








461 


72 










247 58 



Brought forward 
Teaming 

Steam roller, rolling . 
Steam roller, picking . 
Labor, street cleaning 
Crushed stone, 401.49 tons 
Tarite, 3,001 gallons 
Amount paid to William J. Rafferty Company, 
under contract: 
13.4 cubic yards rock excava- 
tion @ $5 . 
12 linear feet circular edge- 
stone set @ 30c. . 
331 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 18c. 
170 square yards existing gran- 
ite block paving relaid 

@50c 

2,254 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks furnished and 
laid @ 17c. . 



$67 00 
3 60 



59 58 



85 00 



383 18 



598 36 



?,375 94 



$23 24 


84 


00 


1 


45 


4 


30 


16 


33 


679 


15 


117 


52 


384 80 


251 


00 



Howard street, between Gerard and Magazine streets. Length, 427 feet. 
Area, 285 square yards. Edgestone set, gutters paved, flagging 
crosswalks laid and brick sidewalks laid. 
Engineering . 
Inspection 

Engineering expense . 
Advertising . 
Labor, handling stock 
Edgestone, 895 feet 1 inch straight, 10 small 

corners, 37 feet 5 inches circular 
Flagging, 150 feet 8 inches 
Bricks, 29,600 .... 

Blocks, 12,550, old granite 

Amount paid to Boston Paving Company, 

under contract: 
921 linear feet straight edge- 
stone and corners hauled 
and set @ 33c. . . . $303 93 

38 linear feet circular edgestone 

set @ 20c. ... 7 60 

41 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 15c. . . 6 15 
372 square yards granite block 
paving hauled and laid @ 
70c. . ..... • 260 40 

74 square yards existing gran- 
ite block paving relaid @ 
50c. ..... 37 00 

32 square yards flagging cross- 
walks hauled and laid @ 
$1 .... . 32 00 

630 square yards brick side- 
walks laid @ 50c. . . 315 00 
16 square yards existing brick 

sidewalks laid @ 50c. . 8 00 

4 covers reset @ $3 . . 12 00 



982 08 



!,543 84 



216 



City Document No. 26. 



Inwood street, between Olney and Norton streets. Length, 418 linear feet. 
Area, 2,000 square feet. Construct artificial stone sidewalks. 

Inspection $6 69 

Engineering expense 60 

Advertising . 4 00 

Amount paid to Connolly & Diamond, under 

contract : 
2,000 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks furnished and 
laid @ 17c. . . . $340 00 

Extra work — Remove 
existing artificial stone 
sidewalk around hy- 
drant and replace with 
new artificial stone: 
\ day, finisher, @ $5 . . 2 50 

1 day's labor @ $2 2 00 

\ day, watchman, @ $2 . 1 00 

Plus 15 per cent on $5.50, 83 

\\ barrels cement @ $1.60 . 2 40 

\ day, double team, @ 

$5.50 .... 2 75 

9 cubic feet crushed stone 

@ 8c 72 

9 cubic feet sand @ 5c. . 45 



L street. Rebuilt cap of bulkhead. 
Labor, employees on filling 
Labor, employees on bulkhead 
Labor, employees resetting edgestone 
Labor, employees repaving roadway 
Labor, employees, crushed stone walks 
Teaming 
Gravel . 
Lumber 
Nails _ . 
Advertising 
Amount paid to Lawler Brothers, building 

bulkhead : 
Contract price .... $3,773 00 
Less amount paid in 1912 . . 1,268 20 



352 65 



Amount paid to Lawler Brothers for repairing 
cap of bulkhead 

Amount paid to W. H. Ellis, rebuilding cap of 
bulkhead . . . 



14 

38 00 
17 25 
15 00 
15 50 
66 00 

1 75 
37 50 

2 68 

3 50 



2,504 80 
300 00 
595 00 



$363 94 



1,025 12 



Marvin street, between Washington street and Shawmut avenue. Length, 
264 linear feet. Area, 576 square yards. Roadway paved with wood 
block on a concrete base, edgestone set, flagging crosswalks laid and 
artificial stone sidewalks constructed. 



Engineering 


$10 27 


Inspection 


42 00 


Engineering expense . 


65 


Advertising . 


3 43 


Labor, handling stock 


1 06 


Edgestone, 70 feet 5 inches 


49 29 


Carried forward . . . . 


$106 70 



Public Works Department. 217 

Brought forward $106 70 

Amount paid the Boston Paving Company, 
under contract: 
70 linear feet straight edge- 
stone hauled and set @ 

25c $17 50 

472 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 15c. . 70 SO 
33 square yards existing gran- 
ite block paving relaid, 
gravel joints, @ 50c. . 16 50 
6 square yards existing 
granite block paving re- 
laid, pitch joints, includ- 
ing concrete base, @ $2, 12 00 
14 square yards existing 
flagging crosswalks re- 
laid, pitch joints, includ- 
ing concrete base, @ $2, 28 00 
562 square yards wood block 
pavement furnished and 
laid @ $3.69 . . . 2,073 78 
6 square yards existing brick 

sidewalks relaid @ 30c, 1 80 

2,195 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks furnished and 



laid @ 18c. . 
2 covers reset @ $3 . 


395 10 
6 00 


2,621 48 

$2,728 18 

124 10 


Credit: Bricks, 1,300, old . 
Blocks, 5,750, old 


$9 10 
115 00 











Massachusetts avenue (westerly side), between New England Railroad 
Bridge and Columbia road. Length, 2,410 linear feet. Area, 24,713 
square feet. Edgestone set, block gutters paved, flagging crosswalks 
laid and artificial stone sidewalks constructed. 

Engineering 

Inspection 



$47 38 

73 50 

1 13 

5 60 

4 10 



Labor, handling stock 

Engineering expense . 

Advertising . 

Edgestone, 5 feet 3 inches straight, 2 large 

corners and 31 feet 5 inches circular . . 53 37 

Flagging, 70 feet 8 inches 55 12 

Amount paid to James Doherty, under con- 
tract: 

242 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 14c. . $33 88 
834 square yards existing 
granite block paving 
relaid @ 38c. . . 316 92 
15 square yards flagging 
crosswalks hauled and 
laid @ 75c. ... 11 25 
24,712 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks fur- 
nished and laid @ 16c, 3,953 92 



Carried forward . . . $4,315 97 $240 20 



218 City Document No. 26. 

Brought forward . . . $4,315 97 $240 20 

8 catch-basin frames reset 

@ $3 . 24 00 

Extra work — Omit the 
hauling and setting of 
straight edgestone and 
substitute the furnish- 
ing and setting of the 
same: 
2,010 linear feet straight edge- 
stone furnished and set 

@ 90c 1,809 00 

Extra work — Set cir- 
cular edgestones and 
corners where di- 
rected : 
41 linear feet circular edge- 
stone and corners set 

© 15c 6 15 

6,155 12 



$6,395 32 
Credit: Blocks, 4,825, old 96 50 



3,298 82 

Metropolitan avenue, southerly side, between Washington and Kittredge 
streets. Edgestone set, block gutters paved and artificial stone side- 
walks constructed. 

Engineering $12 88 

Inspection 35 00 

Engineering expense 40 

Lumber 98 91 

Teaming 10 74 

Amount paid to West Roxbury Trap Rock 
Company, under contract: 
3f cubic yards water-box ex- 
cavation @ $1 . . $3 67 
If cubic yards rock excava- 
tion @ $1 . . 1 33 
671 linear feet straight edge- 
stone hauled and set @ 
50c. . . . . 335 50 
22 linear feet circular edge- 
stone set @ 25c. . . 5 50 
234 square yards granite block 
paving hauled and laid 
@ $1.45 .... 339 30 
4,930 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks furnished and 
laid @ 20c. ... 986 00 



$1,671 30 
Less amount paid in 1912, 860 67 



810 63 

$968 56 
Credit: Edgestone 7 40 



$961 16 



Public Works Department. 219 

Morton street, between Harvard street to Canterbury street. Length, 211 
linear feet. Area, 4,523 square yards. Filling from Washington 
street, Dorchester, and from Sewer Division placed. (Filling unfin- 
ished.) 

Engineering 

Inspection 

Teaming 

Gravel filling, 4,728 cubic yards 

Engineering expense . 

Labor employees, spreading filling 



Credit: Blocks, old granite 







605 


00 






5 


87 






3,114 


00 






1 


10 






1,051 


75 


$4,817 


10 






25 00 



,792 10 



Milton avenue, between Norfolk and Evans streets. Length, 1,512 linear 
feet. Area, 16,525 square feet. Trees removed, edgestone set, block 
gutters paved and artificial stone sidewalks constructed. 



Engineering 




$136 07 


Inspection 




199 50 


Engineering expense . 




4 00 


Labor, handling stock 




28 83 


Flagging, 56 feet 4 inches . 




45 07 


Edgestone, 1,728 feet 5 inches straight, 4 small 




corners, 89 feet 11 inches circular 




1,264 00 


Blocks, 24,270 old granite 




491 27 


Amount paid to Fred S. and A. D. 


Gore Cor- 




poration, under contract: 






8 trees removed @ 823 


$184 00 




1,726 linear feet straight edge- 






stone hauled and set @ 






23c. . . 


396 98 




94 linear feet circular edge- 






stone set @ 13c. 


12 22 




781 linear feet existing edge- 






stone reset @ 13c. 


101 53 




590 square yards granite 






block paving hauled 






and laid @ 63c. 


371 70 




262 square yards existing 






granite block paving 






relaid @ 43c. 


112 66 




12 square yards flagging 






crosswalks hauled and 






laid @ 95c. . 


11 40 




16,524 square feet artificial stone 






sidewalks furnished 






and laid @ 15c. . 


2,478 60 




215 square feet artificial stone 






driveways furnished 






and laid @ 15c. . 


32 25 


3,701 34 







5,870 08 

Minot street, between Charlemont and Adams streets. Length, 1,027 
linear feet. Area, 12,158 square yards. Edgestone reset, block gut- 
ters repaved, flagging crosswalks laid and artificial stone sidewalks 
constructed. 

Engineering $83 29 

Inspection 49 00 



Carried forward $132 29 



220 



City Document No. 26. 



Brought forward 
Advertising . 
Labor, handling stock 
Flagging, 451 feet 8 inches 
Edgestone, 81 feet 2| inches 
Engineering expense . 
Amount paid to D. M. Biggs 
Company, under contract: 
82 linear feet circular edge- 
stone set @ 17c. 
1,843 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 13c. 
694 square yards existing 
granite block paving 
relaid @ 40c. 
98 square yards flagging 
crosswalks hauled and 
laid @ 90c. . 
4 square yards existing 
flagging crosswalks re- 
laid @ 45c. . 
12,080 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks furnished and 
laid @ 16|c. 
78 square feet artificial stone 
driveways furnished 
and laid @ 16|c. 
6 covers reset @ $3 . 
Extra work — Remove 
driveway : 
4 hours, edgestone setter, 
@62±c. 
12 hours, helper, @ 31 Jc. . 
Plus 15 per cent on $6.25, 
Extra work — Remove 
trees, roots, etc., as 
directed : 
40 hours, foreman, @ 62*c, 
418 hours' labor, @ 25c. 

Plus 15 per cent on 
$129.50 
16 hours, double team, (d), 

75c. . . .' 
64 hours' single team, @ 

43|c. ... 
4 hours, auto truck, @ $4, 
7 hours, filling furnished @ 
$1.80 . 



Credit: 68 feet edgestone, old 



$13 94 
239 59 

277 60 

88 20 

1 80 

1,963 00 

12 68 
18 00 



2 50 

3 75 
94 



25 00 
104 50 

19 43 

12 00 

28 00 
16 00 

12 60 



$132 29 
4 00 
6 67 

359 45 

97 45 

2 00 



2,839 53 

13,441 39 
23 80 



5,41759 



Mznot street between Neponset avenue and Charlemont street, Length, 
-mS fhWfc J5£ Area 26,603 square yards. Edgestone set and 
Srilft Pa n ed and re P aved > fla gging crosswalks laid and 
artmcial stone sidewalks constructed. 

Engineering .... %R , Q9 

Inspection ! ! ! 112 00 



Carried forward 



$197 92 



$197 92 


2 


OS 


4 


20 


3 


60 


25 


90 


192 


07 



Public Works Department. 221 

Brought forward 

Engineering expense 

Advertising 

Labor, handling stock 

Edgestone, 15 feet 7 inches circular, 2 smaD 

corners 

Flagging, 240 feet 1 inch 

Amount paid to D. M. Biggs 
Company, under contract: 
30 linear feet circular edge- 
stone set @ $1 . . $30 00 
4,064 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 10c. . 406 40 
715 linear feet crushed stone 
and concrete founda- 
tion furnished and laid 

@ 8c 57 20 

1,423 square yards existing 
granite block paving 
relaid @ 30c. . . 426 90 

53 square yards flagging 
crosswalks hauled and 
laid @ 90c. . . . 47 70 

14 square yards existing 
flagging crosswalks re- 
laid @ 50c. . . 7 00 
6 square yards existing 
brick sidewalks relaid 

% 30c 1 80 

25,123 square feet artificial 
stone sidewalks fur- 
nished and laid @ 

16.9c 4,245 79 

1,4S0 square feet artificial 
stone driveways fur- 
nished and laid @ 

16.9c 250 12 

2 covers reset @ $3 . . 6 00 

Extra work — Regulate 
Bradley-Head catch- 
basins: 
8 basins regulated @ $5 . 40 00 

Extra work — Remove 
trees and roots where 
directed : 
66 hours' labor @ 25c. . 16 50 

Plus 15 per cent on 

$16.50 .... 2 48 

5,537 89 

$5,963 63 

Nightingale street, northerly side, between Wales street and Talbot avenue. 
Length, 565 linear feet. Area, 2,892 square feet. Edgestone reset, 
gutters repaved, flagging crosswalks relaid and artificial stone side- 
walks constructed. 

Engineering $17 99 

Inspection 28 00 

Engineering expense 75 

Advertising 4 00 



Carried forward $50 74 



222 City Document No. 26. 

Brought forward $50 74 

Amount paid to Warren Brothers Company, 
under contract: 
490 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 17c. _ . $83 30 
173 square yards existing 
granite block paving re- 
laid @ 25c. . . _ . 43 25 
10 s q u a r e yards existing 
flagging crosswalks re- 
laid @ 50c. . . . 5 00 
2,892 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks furnished and 
laid @ 18c. . . . 520 56 
65 square feet artificial stone 
driveways furnished and 
laid @ 18c. ... 11 70 
1 cover reset @ $3 3 00 



666 81 

$717 55 



Park street (westerly side), between Clement and Ana wan avenues. 
Length, 1,704 linear feet. Area, 8,229 square yards. Edgestone set, 
block gutters paved, flagging crosswalks laid and four and one-half 
(4|) foot artificial stone sidewalk with loam space constructed between 
Anawan and March avenues, and full width artificial stone sidewalk 
constructed from March avenue to Centre street. 

Engineering $40 90 

Inspection 91 00 

Engineering expense ...... 1 35 

Advertising 4 10 

Flagging, 115 feet 89 70 

Edgestone, 1,576 feet 2 inches straight, 31 feet 

2 inches circular, 14 small corners . . 1,128 07 

Labor, handling stock 24 52 

Amount paid to W. A. Murtfeldt Company, 

under contract: 
1,086 linear feet straight edge- 
stone and corners hauled 
_ and set @ 25c. . . $271 50 

22 linear feet circular edge- 
stone set @ 15c. . 3 30 
7 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset.* 
381 square yards existing 
granite block paving 
relaid @ 45c. . _ . 171 45 
6 square yards flagging 
crosswalks hauled and 
laid @ 65c. . 3 90 
6 square yards existing 
flagging crosswalks re- 
laid @ 45c. ... 2 70 
5,111 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks furnished and 
laid @ 18c. . _ . . 919 98 
180 square feet artificial stone 
driveways furnished and 
laid @ 19c. ... 34 20 



Carried forward . . . $1,407 03 $1,379 64 

* No price bid for this kind of work. 



Public Works Department. 223 

Brought forward . . . $1,407 03 $1,379 64 
207 square yards loam spaces, 
furnished, placed and 
seeded @ 30c. . . 62 10 

Extra work — Haul and 
set edgestone, relay gut- 
ters and furnish and lay 
artificial stone sidewalks 
in Park street, westerly 
side, from March avenue 
to Centre street: 
530 linear feet straight edge- 
stone and corners hauled 
and set @ 25c. . . 132 50 

10 linear feet circular edge- 
stone set @ 15c. . . 1 50 
19 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset.* 
211 square yards existing 
granite block paving 
relaid @ 45c. . . 94 95 
18 square yards fl a g g i n g 
crosswalks hauled and 
laid @ 65c. ... 11 70 
3,118 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks furnished and 
laid @ 18c. . . . 561 24 
192 square feet artificial stone 
driveways furnished and 
laid @ 19c. ... 36 48 
Extra work — Place con- 
crete in front of wooden 
bulkhead at northerly 
approach to bridge as 
directed: 
Placing concrete as di- 
rected .... 20 00 

2,327 50 



$3,707 14 
Credit: Blocks, old granite, 5,988 . . . 119 76 



?,587 38 



Pope's Hill street, between Neponset avenue and Freeport street. Length, 
830 linear feet. Area, 3,182 square yards. Edgestone set, block 
gutters paved, flagging crosswalks laid and artificial stone sidewalks 
constructed. 

Engineering $43 39 

Inspection 269 50 

Engineering expense 2 25 

Advertising 4 30 

Labor, handling stock 4 79 

Edgestone, 381 feet 5 inches, 2 small corners, 263 74 

Flagging, 90 feet 70 20 

Blocks, 9,425, old granite 188 50 

Amount paid to Jeremiah J. McCarthy Com- 
pany, under contract: 
389 linear feet straight edge- 
stone and corners 
hauled and set @ 28c. . $108 92 

Carried forward . . . $108 92 $846 67 

* No price bid for this kind of work. 



224 City Document No. 26. 



Brought forward 


$108 92 $846 67 


130 linear feet existing edge- 




stone reset @ 15c. 


19 50 


395 square yards granite block 




paving hauled and laid 




@ 75c 


296 25 


125 square yards existing gran- 




ite block paving relaid 




@ 50c. . . . . 


62 50 


20 square yards flagging 




crosswalks hauled and 




laid @ $1 . . 


20 00 


16 square yards existing flag- 




ging crosswalks relaid 




@ 50c 


8 00 


2,995 square feet artificial stone 




sidewalks furnished and 




laid @ 18c. . 


538 92 


1 cover reset @ $3 


3 00 


600 square yards crushed stone 




sidewalks furnished and 




placed @ 23c* 


138 00 


Extra work — Relay gut- 




ters where displaced in 




making fill: 




1 day, paver, @ $5 


5 00 


1 day, tender, @ $2.25 


2 25 


Plus 15 per cent on $7.25, 


1 09 




IjaUO *xO 



1,050 10 

Porter street, from Amory street to Bismarck street. (Work not started.) 

Advertising $3 90 

Blocks, 14,825, old granite .... 271 90 



$275 80 

Credit: Edgestone 14 35 

$261 45 

Providence street, 70 feet east of Church street to Berkeley street. (Work 
done in connection with other work on Providence street.) 

Labor, employees $80 28 

Amount paid to Coleman Brothers, under 

contract 4,103 45 

$4,183 73 



Rebuilding face of wharf at South End Yard, Albany street. 
Amount paid to Lawler Brothers, under contract : 
Rebuilding face of wharf . $950 00 

Reconstructing stable at Hancock Street Yard, Dorchester. Bids rejected. 
Work not done. 
Advertising $7 80 

Repairing wall at Fort Hill Wharf. 

Labor, employees $86 25 

Cement 12 60 

Sand 6 48 

$105 33 

* A deduction of 7 cents per yard made on account of condition of walks. 



Public Works Department. 225 

Rosedale street, at numbers 7, 9, 10 and 12. Length, 55 linear feet. Area, 
584 square feet. Edgestone set, block gutters paved and artificial 
stone sidewalks constructed. 

Engineering $2 28 

Engineering expense 15 

Amount paid to William J. Rafferty Company, 
under contract: 
98 linear feet existing edgestone 

reset @ 18c. . ... $17 64 

36 square yards existing granite 

block paving relaid® 50c, 18 00 

585 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks furnished and 
laid © 17c. . . . 99 45 

54 square feet artificial stone 
driveways furnished and 
laid @ 20c. ... 10 80 

145 89 

$148 32 



Rose street, between Harrison avenue and Albany street. Length, 483 
linear feet. Area, 1,089 square yards. Roadway resurfaced with 
Taric Compound. 

Engineering $10 50 

Inspection 7 83 

Amount paid to Independent Coal Tar Com- 
pany, under contract: 
1,087 square yards Taric Compound furnished 

and laid @ 60c. . ... . . 652 20 

$670 53 



Ruggles street, between Washington street and Shawmut avenue. Length, 
459 linear feet. Area, 1,300 square yards. Roadway paved with 
wood block on a concrete base, edgestone set, flagging crosswalks 
laid and artificial stone sidewalks constructed. 

Engineering $39 38 

Inspection 49 00 

Engineering expense 2 80 

Advertising 1 44 

Edgestone, 4 feet 7 inches straight, 18 feet 

llj inches circular 25 96 

Amount paid the Boston Paving Company, 
under contract: 
5 linear feet straight edge- 
stone hauled and set @ 
25c $1 25 

20 linear feet circular edge- 

stone set @ 19c. . . 3 80 

625 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 15c. . 93 75 
55 square yards existing gran- 
ite block paving relaid, 
gravel joints, @ 50c. . 27 50 

21 square yards existing gran- 

ite block paving relaid, 
pitch joints, including 
concrete base, @ $2 . 42 00 



Carried forward . . . $168 30 $118 58 



226 



City Document No. 26. 



Brought forward 
24 square yards existing flag- 
ging crosswalks relaid, 
pitch joints, including 
concrete base, @ $2 
1,276 square yards wood block 
pavement furnished and 
laid @ $3.69 , 
10 square yards existing brick 
sidewalks relaid @ 30c, 
4,648 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks furnished and 
laid @ 18c. . 
8 covers reset @ $3 
Extra work — Repave and 
regulate in Shawmut 
avenue, at approach to 
Ruggles street: 
275 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 15c. 
318 square yards existing gran- 
ite block paving relaid, 
gravel joints, @ 50c. . 
1 66 square yards existing brick 
sidewalks relaid @ 30c, 



Credit: Bricks, old 

Blocks, old granite 



$168 30 

48 00 

4,708 44 
3 00 



836 64 
24 00 



$118 58 



41 25 



159 00 

49 80 


6,038 43 




$137 20 
367 00 


$6,157 01 
504 20 









Sleeper street, from Congress street about 650 feet northerly. Length, 
626 linear feet. Area, 2,436 square yards. Roadway paved with 
new granite block on a concrete base, edgestone reset, flagging cross- 
walks laid and brick sidewalks laid and relaid. 



Engineering .... 

Inspection .... 

Engineering expense . 

Labor, handling stock 

Edgestone, 37 feet 6 inches 

Bricks 

Advertising .... 

Amount paid to John E. Quinn, under con 
tract : 
38 linear feet straight edge- 
stone hauled and set @ 
40c 

1,166 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 15c. 
91 square yards existing gran- 
ite block paving relaid, 
gravel joints, @ 50c 

2,283 square yards granite block 
paving furnished and 
laid, including concrete 
base, pitch joints, @ 
$3.81 .... 



$15 20 
174 90 

45 50 



Carried forward 



8,698 23 
58,933 83 



$37 94 

94 50 

85 

56 

18 03 

123 50 

4 00 



$279 38 



Public Works Department. 



227 



Brought forward .... 
25 square yards existing gran- 
ite block paving relaid, 
pitch joints, @ 75c. 
14 square yards flagging 
crosswalks furnished 
and laid, pitch joints, 
including concrete base, 
@$5 . . m . 
23 square yards existing flag- 
ging crosswalks relaid, 
pitch joints, @ 50c. 
160 square yards brick side- 
walks laid @ 30c. . 
262 square yards existing brick 
sidewalks relaid @ 30c, 
7 covers reset @ $3 . 
Extra work — Excavate 
and remove earth over 
sewer trench: 
220 loads earth removed @ 
$1 . . . 
Extra work — Furnish 
and lay concrete base 
where directed in Con- 
gress street: 
25 square yards concrete, base 
furnished and laid @ 
75c 



Less 2,740 old 
blocks @ 20c. 



granite 



3,933 83 $279 38 

18 75 

70 00 

11 50 

48 00 

78 60 
21 00 

220 00 



18 75 



Credit: Blocks, old granite, 48,410 



$9,420 43 




68 50 


9,351 93 




,410 . 


$9,631 31 
968 20 



3,663 11 



South street, between Green and Keyes streets. Edgestone reset, existing 
flagging crosswalks relaid, artificial stone sidewalks constructed and 
roadway paved with bitulithic on a concrete base. 



Engineering 




$104 84 


Inspection 




187 25 


Engineering expense . 




2 75 


Labor, handling stock 




88 


Advertising 




2 10 


Edgestone, 116 feet 6 inches 




67 55 


Amount paid to Warren Brothers ( 


Company, 




under contract: 






76 linear feet straight edge- 






stone and corners 






hauled and set @ 24c, 


$18 24 




35 linear feet circular edge- 






stone set @ 22c. . 


7 70 




2,141 linear feet existing edge- 






stone reset @ 19c. 


406 79 




67 square yards existing 






granite block paving 






relaid, pitch joints, in- * 






eluding concrete base, 






@ $1.85 


123 95 





Carried forward 



$556 68 



$365 37 



228 



City Document No. 26. 



Brought forward .... 
94 square yards existing 
nagging crosswalks re- 
laid, pitch joints, in- 
cluding concrete base, 
@ $1.75 
4,432 square yards concrete 
base and bitulithic 
wearing surface fur- 
nished and laid @ 
$2.63 .... 
16,127 square feet artificial 
stone sidewalks fur- 
nished and laid @ 20c, 
423 square feet artificial 
stone driveways fur- 
nished and laid @ 20c, 
21 covers reset @ $3 . 
Extra work — Omit 
granite block p a v i ng 
for brows outside of 
and between tracks 
and substitute wood 
block and bitulithic 
as directed: 
273 square yards wood block 
pavement furnished 
and laid© $4.18 . 
Extra work — Repoint 
wall on South street : 

1 day, mason, @ $5 . 

2 days, tender, @ $2 
Plus 15 per cent on $9 

1 bag cement @ 40c . 

2 bags sand @ 20c . 



Credit: 



$556 68 



164 50 



11,656 16 



3,225 40 



84 60 
63 00 



$365 37 



1,141 14 



5 00 

4 00 

1 35 

40 

40 



Blocks, 1 large and 2 

small corners 
16 feet flagging 
31, 120 old granite blocks, 


$6 60 

6 40 

622 41 



16,902 63 
517,268 00 



635 41 



$16,632 59 



South street, between Robert and Centre streets. Length, 2,560 linear feet. 
Area, 24,656 square feet. Edgestone set, block gutters paved, flag- 
ging crosswalks laid and artificial stone sidewalks constructed, loam 
spaces placed and seeded on northerly side. 



Engineering 

Inspection 

Engineering expense 

Blocks, 7,300 

Amount paid to Hugh J. McGuire, under 
contract: 

Removing trees, bushes, 

stumps, etc. . . $5 75 

17 cubic yards subgrading 
(rock excavation) @ 
$2.75 .... 



Carried forward 



46 75 

$52 50 



$91 38 

126 00 

1 90 

112 75 



$332 03 



Public Works Department. 229 



Brought forward . $52 50 $332 03 

3,976 linear feet straight edge- 
stone furnished and set 

@ 94c 3,737 44 

343 linear feet circular edge- 
stone set @ 14c. . 48 02 
341 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 12c. . 40 92 
380 linear feet crushed stone 
and concrete founda- 
tion furnished and 
placed @ 15c. . . 57 00 
1,536 square yards granite 
block paving hauled 
and laid @ 94c. . . 1,443 84 
134 square yards existing 
granite block paving 
relaid @ 38c. . . 50 92 
73 square yards flagging 
crosswalks furnished 
and laid @ $4.75 . _ . 346 75 
28 square yards existing 
flagging crosswalks re- 
laid @ 65c. ... 18 20 
199 square yards crushed 
stone sidewalks fur- 
nished and laid @ 50c, 99 50 
23,638 square feet artificial 
stone sidewalks fur- 
nished and laid @ 14f c 3,486 61 
1,018 square feet artificial 
stone driveways fur- 
nished and laid @ 15c, 152 70 
1,037 square yards loam spaces 
furnished, placed and 
seeded @ 50c . . 518 50 





$10,052 90 


Extra work — Excavate 




buried block at 




Dimock Street Yard : 




14 days' labor @ $2.25 


31 50 


Plus 15 per cent on 




$31.50 .... 


4 73 


9| days, double team, @ $6, 


57 00 


Extra work — Furnish 




stonecutter : 




8| hours, stonecutter, @, 




70c 


12 95 


Plus 15 per cent on 




$12.95 .... 


1 94 




$10,161 02 


Less amount paid in 1912, 


7,589 64 



2,571 38 

$2,903 41 

Spring street, between Allen and Poplar streets. Length, 203 linear feet. 

Area, 435 square yards. Roadway paved with bitulithic, edgestone 

reset and brick sidewalks relaid. 
Engineering ........ $30 50 

Inspection 42 00 

Carried forward $72 50 



230 



City Document No. 26. 



Brought forward 

Advertising 

Labor, handling stock 

Edgestone, 3 feet 9 inches and 17 feet 2 inches 

circular 
Bricks, 3,500 
Teaming 

Amount paid to Warren Brothers Company, 
under contract 
4 linear feet straight edgestone 

hauled and set @ 35c. . $1 40 

18 linear feet circular edgestone 

set @ 35c. ... 6 30 

350 linear feet existing edgestone 

reset @ 30c. ... 105 00 

416 square yards concrete base 
and bitulithic wearing sur- 
face furnished and laid @ 
$2.68 . . . . 1,114 88 

248 square yards existing brick 

sidewalks relaid @ 25c. . 62 00 

2 covers reset @ $3 . 6 00 





$1,295 58 


Extra work — Resurface 




approach with bitulithic 




where directed : 




19 square yards bitulithic re- 




surfacing @ $1.37 . 


26 03 



Credit: Blocks, 14,750, old granite 



$72 50 


4 


00 


1 


31 


23 


22 


24 


50 


9 


62 



1,321 61 

$1,456 76 
295 00 



1,161 76 



Summer street, northerly side, between B street and viaduct. Length, 
368 linear feet. Concrete retaining wall, bulkhead and fence built. 



Engineering .... 

Inspection .... 

Engineering expense . 

Advertising .... 

Labor, employees, on filling 

Teaming .... 

Amount paid to McCarthy & Walsh, under 

contract : 
121 spruce piles furnished and 

_ placed @ $14 . . . $1,694 00 

356 linear feet concrete wall 

furnished and placed @ 

$14.50 .... 5,162 00 

368 linear feet yellow pine fence 

furnished and built @ 

90c 331 20 

26 linear feet yellow pine 

stringers furnished and 

placed @ $1 . . . 26 00 

Extra work — Excavate 

extra depth as directed: 

65 cubic yards extra excavation 

@ $1.25 .... 81 25 



$63 67 

187 25 

4 05 

4 10 

354 20 

10 36 



7,294 45 



$7,918 08 



Public Works Department. 231 

St. Alphonsus street, easterly side, between Tremont and Smith streets. 
Length, 464 linear feet. Area, 3,059 square feet. Artificial stone 
sidewalks were constructed. 

Engineering $10 28 

Inspection 8 75 

Engineering expense 15 

Advertising . 2 10 

Amount paid to John McCourt & Co., under 

contract: 
3,092 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks furnished and 
laid @ 16.9c. . . . $522 55 

Extra work — Reset edge- 
stone at catch-basin and 
relay sidewalk as di- 
rected : 
2 hours, edgestone setter, @ 

62 1 c. 1 25 

2 hours, finisher, @ 60c. . 1 20 

10 hours' labor @ 25c. . 2 50 

Plus 15 per cent on $4.95 . 74 



528 24 



$549 52 
Credit: Bricks, 25,700, old . . . . 179 90 



$369 62 



Tremont street, easterly side, between Winter street and Hamilton place. 
Length, 312 linear feet. Area, 3,437 square feet. Artificial stone 
sidewalks constructed. 

Engineering $3 91 

Inspection 20 13 

Amount paid to Warren Brothers Company, 

under contract: 
1,827 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks furnished and 
laid @ 29c. . . # . $529 83 

Extra work — Furnish 
and lay artificial stone 
sidewalks between Win- 
ter and Boylston streets : 
1,610 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks furnished and 
laid @ 29c. ... 466 90 

996 73 

$1,020 77 

Tremont street, northerly side, from St. Alphonsus street about 350 feet 
easterly. Length, 357 linear feet. Area, 3,471 square feet. Artificial 
stone sidewalks were constructed. 

Engineering $14 92 

Inspection 8 75 

Advertising 2 10 

Amount paid to John McCourt & Co., under 

contract: 
3,471 square feet artificial stone sidewalks fur- 
nished and laid @ 16.9c. ... 586 60 

$612 37 



Vernon street, between Washington street and Shawmut avenue. Length, 
295 linear feet. Area, 845 square yards. Roadway paved with wood 



232 City Document No. 26. 

block on a concrete base, edgestone set, flagging crosswalks laid and 
artificial stone sidewalks constructed. 

Engineering . $16 92 

Inspection 42 00 

Engineering expense 65 

Advertising 1 43 

Edgestone, 9 feet 3 inches circular ... 11 10 

Amount paid the Boston Paving Company, 
under contract: 
9 linear feet circular edge- 
stone set @ 19c. . . SI 71 
583 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 15c. _ . 87 45 
57 square yards existing 
granite block paving 
relaid, gravel joints, @ 
50c. .... 28 50 
7 square yards existing 
granite block paving re- 
laid, pitch joints, includ- 
ing concrete base, @ $2, 14 00 
26 square yards existing 
flagging crosswalks re- 
laid, pitch joints, includ- 
ing concrete base, @$2, 52 00 
819 square yards wood block 
pavement furnished 
and laid @ $3.69 . . 3,022 11 
14 square yards existing brick 

sidewalks relaid @ 30c, 4 20 

3,100 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks furnished and 
laid @ 18c. ... 558 00 

4 covers reset @ $3 . . 12 00 

3,779 97 

$3,852 07 
Credit: Bricks, 8,900, old . . $62 30 

Blocks, 6,250, old granite, 125 00 

187 30 

$3,664 77 

Walnut avenue (easterly side), from Iffleyroad to beyond Montebello road. 
Length, 287 linear feet. Area, 120 square yards. This street was 
widened and rough graded. 

Engineering $59 98 

Engineering expense 90 

Advertising 4 10 

Amount paid to John McCourt & Co., under 
contract : 
43 cubic yards earth excava- 
tion @ 75c. . . # . $32 25 
166 cubic yards rock excavation 



664 00 



696 25 



$761 23 



Walnut street, between Franklin and Ericsson streets. Length, 1,576 linear 
feet. Area, 4,028 square yards. Edgestone set, block gutters paved 
and artificial stone sidewalks constructed. 



Public Works Department. 



233 



Engineering . 

Inspection 

Engineering expense . 

Advertising . 

Labor, handling stock 

Edgestone, 13.59 feet 2 inches, 8 small corners 

and 32 feet 11 inches circular 
Flagging, 206 feet 
Blocks, 38,970, old granite 
Amount paid to D. M. Biggs Company, 
under contract: 
16 cubic yards water-box 
excavation @ $1 
1,372 linear feet straight edge- 
stone and corners 
hauled and set @ 29c. 
33 linear feet circular edge- 
stone set @ 18c. 
1,710 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 14c. 
1,095 square yards granite 
block paving hauled 
and laid @ 79c. . _ . 
35 square yards existing 
granite block paving 
relaid @ 40c. 
45 square yards flagging 
crosswalks hauled and 
laid @ 90c. . . _ . 
33 square yards existing 
flagging crosswalks re- 
laid @ 50c. . 
16,788 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks furnished 
and laid @ 17c. . 
216 square feet artificial stone 
driveways furnished 
and laid @ 19c. . 
1 cover reset @ $3 . 



$75 38 


157 


50 


5 


35 


4 


20 


23 


27 


962 


55 


160 


68 


779 


." 



Extra Work — Remove 
tree roots from gut- 
ters: 
42 hours' labor @ 25c. 

Plus 15 per cent on 
$10.50 .... 



$16 00 

397 88 

5 94 

239 40 

865 05 

14 00 

40 50 

16 50 

2,853 96 



41 04 
3 00 



10 50 
1 58 



4,505 35 



3,673 85 



Warren avenue, between Berkeley street and Columbus square. Length, 
2,044 linear feet. Area, 12,382 square yards. Roadway paved with 
wood block on a concrete base, edgestone reset, flagging crosswalks 
relaid and brick sidewalks relaid. 



Engineering 


$157 35 


Inspection 


469 00 


Engineering expense . 


6 90 


Advertising 


4 20 


Labor, handling stock 


7 50 


Teaming 


33 25 


Bricks, 29,000 .... 


281 00 


Carried forward 


$959 20 



234 City Document No. 26. 

Brought forward S959 20 

Edgestone, 125 feet 5f inches circular . . 150 55 

Flagging, 4 feet 6 inches 1 80 

Amount paid to Boston Paving Company, 
under contract: 
165 linear feet circular edge- 
stone set @ 15c. . $24 75 
3,952 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 13c. . 513 76 
274 square yards existing 
granite block paving 
relaid, gravel joints, @ 
43c. . . . . 117 82 
77 square yards existing 
granite block paving 
relaid, pitch joints, in- 
cluding concrete base, 
@ $1.85 . . . 142 45 
31 square yards existing 
flagging crosswalks, re- 
laid, gravel joints, @ 
43c. .... 13 33 
108 square yards existing 
flagging crosswalks re- 
laid, pitch joints, in- 
cluding concrete base, 
@ $1.85 ... 199 80 
12,382 square yards wood block 
pavement furnished 
and laid @ $3.69 . 45,689 58 
4,243 square yards existing 
brick sidewalks relaid 

@ 30c 

1 cover reset @ $3 . 



Credit: Flagging, 709 feet . 

Blocks, 46,482, o 1 d 

granite 
Edgestone, 46 feet 4 
inches 

— i 9.m 9.8 

$47,887 66 

Washington street, from Cambridge street across Market street. Length, 

1,146 linear feet. Area, 7,795 square yards. Edgestone set, cross- 
walks laid, artificial stone sidewalks constructed and roadway paved 
with bitulithic. 

Engineering $136 29 

Inspection 248 50 

Engineering expense 5 15 

Advertising 4 10 

Labor, handling stock 8 84 

Labor, stonecutter 39 00 

Edgestone, 64 feet 6 inches. 2 small corners 

and 121 feet circular 188 88 

Flagging, 539 feet 431 20 

Carried forward $1,061 96 



1,272 90 




3 00 






47,977 39 






$49,088 94 


$255 42 




929 64 




16 22 






1,201 28 





Public Works Department. 235 

Brought forward $1,061 96 

Amount paid to Warren Brothers Company, 
under contract : 
65 linear feet straight edge- 
stone and corners 
hauled and set @ 25c, $16 25 

117 linear feet circular edge- 
stone set @ 22c. . 25 74 
1,290 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 20c. . 258 00 
12 square yards existing 
granite block paving 
relaid, gravel joints, @ 

42c 5 04 

180 square yards existing 

granite block paving * 

relaid, pitch joints, in- 
cluding concrete base, 
@ $1.85 ... 333 00 

111 square yards flagging 
crosswalks hauled and 
laid, pitch joints, in- 
cluding concrete base, 
@ $2.20 ... 244 20 

97 square yards existing 
flagging crosswalks re- 
laid, pitch joints, in- 
cluding concrete base, 
@ $1.80 ... 174 60 

6,100 square yards concrete 
base and bitulithic 
wearing surface fur- 
nished and laid @ 
$2.62 .... 15,982 00 
10 square yards existing 
brick sidewalks relaid 

© 25c 2 50 

11,526 square feet artificial 
stone sidewalks fur- 
nished and laid @ 18c, 2,074 68 
70 square feet artificial 
stone driveways fur- 
nished and laid @ 18c, 12 60 
30 covers reset @ $3 . . 90 00 
Extra work — Omit 
granite block paving 
for brows outside of 
and between tracks and 
substitute wood block 
and bitulithic as 
directed : 
1,039 square yards bitulithic 
pavement furnished 
and laid @ $2.62 . 2,722 18 
256 square yards wood block 
pavement furnished 
and laid @ $4.20 . 1,075 20 



Carried forward .... $23,015 99 $1,061 96 



236 



City Document No. 26. 



Brought forward 

Extra work — Furnish 
and lay extra concrete 
on account of change 
in brows: 
36 square yards extra con- 
crete furnished and laid 
@ 75c 



Credit: Blocks, 24,441, old 

granite 
Flagging, 455 feet 5 

inches .... 
Edgestone, 55 feet, 1 

large and 1 small 

corner .... 



$23,015 99 $1,061 96 



27 00 





23,042 99 




$24,104 95 


$488 82 




163 95 




27 05 


679 82 





3,425 13 



Washington street, West Roxbury, at and near Hyde Park avenue and 
Tower street. Length, 120 linear feet. Area, 945 square yards. 
Edgestone set, special granite block paving laid on a concrete base 
with pitch and pebble joints and brick sidewalks relaid. 



Engineering .... 








$25 39 


Inspection .... 








73 50 


Engineering expense . 








1 90 


Advertising .... 








3 80 


Labor, handling stock 








8 50 


Labor, stonecutter 








1 50 


Teaming .... 








15 00 


Edgestone, 38 feet circular 








22 83 


Flagging, 16 feet 








6 40 


Amount paid to James Doherty, u 


nder con 


- 


tract : 






57 linear feet circular edge- 






stone set @ 17c. 


$9 6« 


) 


31 linear feet existing edge- 






stone reset @ 14c. _ . 


4 3' 


1 


18 square yards existing 






granite block paving 






relaid, gravel joints, @ 






50c 


9 


3 


848 square yards granite 






block paving fur- 






nished and laid, pitch 






joints, including con- 






crete base, @ $4.15 . 


3,519 2 





66 square yards existing 






granite block paving 






relaid, pitch joints, in- 






cluding concrete base, 






© $1.60 


105 6 


D 


7 square yards existing 






granite block paving 






relaid, pitch joints on 






existing concrete base.* 






Carried forward 




$3,647 8 


3 $158 82 



* No price bid on this work. 



Public Works Department. 



237 



Brought forward . . . . . 


$3,647 83 


$158 82 


31 square yards existing 






flagging crosswalks re- 






laid, pitch joints, in- 
cluding concrete base, 










@ $1.60 . 


49 60 




93 square yards existing 






brick sidewalks relaid 






@35c 


32 55 




2 covers reset @ $3 . 


6 00 




Extra work — Cut sewer 






sheathing: 






1 day's labor @ $2 . 


2 00 




Plus 15 per cent on $2 


30 




Extra work — Haul flag- 






ging as directed: 






1 day, double team, @ 






$5.50 .... 


5 50 


3,743 78 










$3,902 60 


Credit: Edgestone, 42 feet 






straight 


$14 70 




Blocks, 2,770, old 






granite 


55 40 


70 10 







3,832 50 



Washington street (Dorchester), between Blue Hill and Talbot avenues! 
Length, 7,645 linear feet. Area, 36,000 square yards. (Work unfin- 
ished.) Edgestone reset, roadway being paved with wood block on a 
concrete base and artificial stone sidewalks being constructed. 



Engineering . 

Inspection 

Engineering expense 

Teaming 

Lumber 

Labor, handling stock 

Labor, stonecutter 

Labor, making templets 

Labor, removing trees 

Edgestone, 40 feet, 2 small and 6 larg 

12 feet 6 inches circular 
Steam roller 



e corners 



Amount paid William J. Barry, under con- 
tract : 
27,861 square yards preparing 

site @ 20c. . . . $5,572 20 
1,065 linear feet straight edge- 
stone hauled and set 
@ 21c. . . . . 223 65 

281 linear feet circular edge- 
stone set @ 16c. . 44 96 
6,986 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 12c. . 838 32 
27,861 square yards concrete 
base furnished and laid 
@65c. . 



Carried forward 



18,109 65 

$24,788 78 



$722 93 

926 62 

15 70 

87 62 

2 49 

3 10 
15 00 

5 25 
22 00 

86 50 

22 50 



1,909 71 



238 City Document No. 26. 

Brought forward . . . $24,788 78 $1,909 71 
769 square yards existing 
granite block paving 
relaid, gravel joints, @ 

50c 384 50 

6 square yards granite 
block paving hauled 
and laid, pitch joints, 
@ $1.50 ... 9 00 

408 square yards existing 
granite block paving 
relaid, pitch joints, @ 
$1.20 .... 489 60 

46 square yards existing 
flagging crosswalks re- 
laid, gravel joints, @ 

75c 34 50 

157 square yards existing 
flagging crosswalks re- 
laid, pitch joints, @ 
$1.20 .... 188 40 

26,110 square yards wood block 
pavement furnished 
and laid @ $2.65 . 69,191 50 
1,635 square yards nonslipping 
wood block pavement 
furnished and laid @ 
$3.50 .... 5,722 50 

141 square yards existing 
brick sidewalks relaid 

@ 25c 35 25 

95,575 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks furnished 
and laid @ 14£c. . 13,858 38 
3,600 square feet artificial stone 
driveways furnished 
and laid @ 18c. . . 648 18 

Extra work — Haul ex- 
cavated material to 
Morton street,between 
Harvard and Canter- 
bury streets: 

19,936 tons excavated material 
hauled more than one 
and one-half miles, and 
less than two miles, one 
mile overhaul, per half 
mile per ton ©lie. . 4,385 92 

Extra work — Furnish 
man to spread material 
on Morton street 
hauled from Washing- 
ton street: 
125| days' labor @ $2 . . 251 00 



Carried forward . . . $119,987 51 $1,909 71 



Public Works Department. 



239 



Brought forward . . . $119,987 51 
Plus 15 per cent on $251, 37 65 

$120,025 16 
Less 1 per cent retained, 1,200 25 



L,909 71 



$118,824 91 
Less amount paid in 1912, 63,749 17 



Credits: Edgestone, 128 
feet 8 inches circular, 
25 feet straight, 6 
small and 1 large cor- 
ner .... 

Blocks, 73,336, old gran- 
ite 

Flagging, 1,287 feet 9 
inches, old . 



55,075 74 
556,985 45 



$99 65 




,466 73 




466 98 


2,033 36 
$54,952 09 





Washington street, between State and Boylston streets. Length, 351 
linear feet. Area, 2,720 square feet. Artificial stone sidewalks 
constructed. 

Engineering $3 21 

Inspection 17 50 

Advertising . 3 80 

Amount paid to Warren Brothers Company, 

under contract: 
2,720 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks furnished and 

laid @ 29c 788 80 

$813 31 



Welles avenue, northerly side, from Talbot avenue to opposite Harley 
street. Length, 600 linear feet. Area, 3,862 square feet. Artificial 
stone sidewalks constructed. 



Engineering .... 






$17 82 


Inspection .... 






12 25 


Engineering expense . 






50 


Advertising . . 






4 20 


Labor, stonecutter 






1 50 


Teaming .... 






3 00 


Blocks 






6 00 


Amount paid to Robert Eager, « 


r., unde 


r 


contract : 






56 linear feet existing edge- 






stone reset @ 15c. 


$8 4( 


) 


21 square yards existing 






granite block paving re- 






laid @ 30c. . 


6 3( 


) 


5 square yards existing 






flagging crosswalks re- 






laid @ 50c. . 




2 5( 


) 



Carried forward 



$17 20 



$45 27 



240 City Document No. 26. 

Brought forward ... $17 20 $45 27 

3,862 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks furnished and 
laid @ 16c. ... 617 92 

635 12 

$680 39 



West First street, between A street and railroad crossing. Length, 420 
linear feet. Area, 1,752 square yards. Roadway paved with new 
granite blocks on a concrete base, with pitch and pebble joints, edge- 
stone reset, flagging crosswalks relaid and brick sidewalks relaid. 



Engineering 

Inspection 

Advertising 

Teaming 

Edges tone, 8 feet 4 inches and 31 feet 6 inches 

circular 

Bricks, 16,600 

Blocks, 11,055, old granite .... 


$58 61 

73 50 

4 00 

48 

43 63 
199 20 
221 10 


Amount paid to John E. Quinn, 
tract: 


under con- 






8 linear feet straight edge- 
stone hauled and set @ 
40c 


$3 30 






32 linear feet circular edge- 
s'tone set @ 20c. . 


6 40 






792 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 15c. 


118 80 






236 square yards existing 
granite block paving re- 
laid, gravel joints', @ 
50c 


118 00 






1,463 square yards granite block 
paving furnished and 
laid, pitch joints, in- 
cluding concrete base. 
© $3.85 .... 


5,632 55 






11 square yards fl a g g i n g 
crosswalks furnished and 
laid, including concrete 
base, @ $5 . 


55 00 






42 square yards existing 
flagging crosswalks re- 
laid, pitch joints, in- 
cluding concrete base, 
@ $1.90 .... 


79 80 






517 square yards existing 
brick sidewalks relaid 

@ 30c 

12 covers reset @ $3 . 


155 10 
36 00 







$6,204 85 
Less 1,458 square yards 
old granite paving 
blocks sold to con- 
tractor @ 50c. . . 729 00 

5,475 85 

$6,076 37 



Public Works Department. 



241 



Westville street, between Geneva avenue and Draper street. Length, 1,408 
linear feet. Area, 4,068 square feet. Reset edgestones, repave 
gutters, relay nagging crosswalks and construct artificial stone 
sidewalks. 



and 1 



small 



Engineering .... 
Inspection .... 
Engineering expense . 
Advertising .... 
Edgestone ; 130 feet 4 inches 

corner .... 
Flagging, 56 feet 
Blocks, 1,100, old granite . 
Labor, handling stock 
Amount paid to William J. Rafferty Company, 
under contract: 
130 linear feet straight edge- 
stone hauled and set @ 

25c 

1,431 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 12c. 
47 square yards granite block 
paving hauled and laid 

@ 80c 

690 square yards existing 
granite block paving 
relaid @ 38c. 
13 square yards nagging cross- 
walks hauled and laid 
@ 75c. . . m . 
9,353 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks furnished and 
laid @ 161c. ... 
209 square feet artificial stone 
driveways furnished and 
laid @ 161c. . 
4 covers reset @ $3 . 
Extra work — Lay under 
drains to catch-basins: 
3 hours, mason, @ 62|c. 

Plus 15 per cent on SI. 88 . 
12 linear feet drain pipe @ 
15c. . . . . 
Extra work — Furnish and 
lay artificial stone side- 
walks between Draper 
and Corwin streets: 
4,251 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks furnished and 
laid © 161c. . 
42 square feet artificial stone 
driveways furnished and 
laid @ 161c. . 
Extra work — Cement 
joints in existing edge- 
stone, not reset, be- 
tween Draper and Cor- 
win streets: 

1 day's labor @ $2 
Plus 15 per cent on $2 

2 bags cement @ 50c. 



$32 50 
171 72 



37 60 



262 20 



9 75 



1,519 86 



33 96 
12 00 



1 



28 



1 80 



690 79 



6 83 



$48 49 

105 00 

2 65 

4 10 

79 62 

43 68 

22 00 

2 29 



2 00 




30 




1 00 






2,784 47 





5,092 30 



242 City Document No. 26. 

Winthrop street, between Blue Hill and Brook avenues. Length, 332 
linear feet. Area, 7,268 square yards. Edgestone set, block gutters 
paved, flagging crosswalks laid and artificial stone sidewalks con- 
structed. 

Engineering $23 47 

Inspection 54 25 

Engineering expense 55 

Labor, handling stock 75 

Edgestones, 50 feet 1 inch straight, 18 feet 

9 inches circular 57 56 

Blocks, 8,225, old granite .... 98 70 

Amount paid to James Doherty, under 
contract : 

48 linear feet straight edge- 
stone hauled and set @ 

23c $11 04 

19 linear feet circular edge- 
stone set @ 15c. . 2 85 
1,057 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ lie. . 116 27 
256 square yards granite 
block paving hauled 
and laid @ 55c. . _ . 140 80 
247 square yards existing 
granite block paving 
relaid @ 35c. . . 86 45 
25 square yards existing 
flagging crosswalks re- 
laid @ 40c. ... 10 00 
89 square yards existing 
brick sidewalks relaid 
@ 30c. ... 26 70 
7,268 square feet artificial 
stone sidewalks fur- 
nished and laid @ 15c, 1,090 20 



$1,719 59 
Credit: Bricks, old 32 62 



1,484 31 

$1,686 97 



Withington street, between Norfolk and Torrey streets. Length, 652 
linear feet. Area, 5,831 square yards of artificial stone sidewalk. 
Set edgestones, block gutters paved, flagging crosswalks laid and 
artificial stone sidewalks constructed. 



Engineering 


$29 33 


Inspection 


42 00 


Engineering expense 


1 30 


Advertising 


4 20 


Labor, handling stock 


14 01 


Edgestone, 880 feet 9 inches straight, 4 




small corners, 110 feet 2 inches circular . 


603 27 


Flagging, 40 feet 1 inch 


31 27 


Blocks, 10,833, old granite .... 


216 66 


Teaming 


1 50 


Amount paid to W. A. Murtfeldt Company, 




under contract: 




894 linear feet straight edge- 




stone and corners 




hauled and set @ 24c, $214 56 





Carried forward . . . $214 56 $943 54 



Public Works Department. 



243 



Brought forward 


$214 56 


$943 54 


10 linear feet circular edge- 






stone set @ 26c. 


2 60 




107 linear feet existing edge- 




, 


stone reset @ 10c. 


10 70 




292 square yards granite 






block paving hauled 






and laid @ 65c. . 


189 80 




129 square yards existing 






granite block paving 






relaid @ 50c. 


64 50 




8 square yards flagging 






crosswalks hauled and 






laid @ $1 . 


8 00 




21 square yards existing 






nagging crosswalks re- 






laid @ 50c. . 


10 50 




5,831 square feet artificial 






stone sidewalks fur- 






nished and laid @ 18c, 


1,049 58 




129 square feet artificial 






stone driveways fur- 






nished and laid @ 






18*c 


23 87 


1,574 11 










$2,517 65 



$145 60 


295 


75 


2 


80 


6 


20 


21 


80 


1,330 


28 


312 


38 


110 


16 


26 


00 



Woolson street, between Blue Hill avenue and Norfolk street. Length, 
1,219 linear feet. Area, 3,522 square yards. Edgestone set, block 
gutters paved, flagging crosswalks laid and artificial stone sidewalks 
constructed. 

Engineering . 

Inspection 

Engineering expense . 

Advertising . 

Labor, handling stock 

Edgestone, 1,789 feet 6 inches straight, 2 small 

corners, 75 feet circular 
Blocks, 21,365, old granite 
Flagging, 306 feet 
Steam roller 

Amount paid to Warren Brothers Company, 
under contract : 

Removing trees, bushes, 

stumps, etc. . . $1 00 

1,408 cubic yards earth excava- 
tion @ 60c. . . . 844 80 
118 cubic yards rock excava- 
tion @ $3.25 . . 383 50 
1,810 linear feet straight edge- 
stone hauled and set @ 
18c. . . . 325 80 
76 linear feet circular edge- 
stone set @ 10c. . 7 60 
36 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 10c. . 3 60 
675 square yards granite 
block paving hauled 
and laid @ 70c. . . 472 50 



Carried forward 



52,038 80 $2,250 97 



244 



City Document No. 26. 



Brought forward 


$2,038 80 


108 square yards existing 




granite block paving 




relaid @ 50c. 


54 00 


64 square yards flagging 




crosswalks hauled and 




laid @ 80c. . 


51 20 


11,598 square feet artificial stone 




sidewalk s furnished 




and laid @ 15c. . 


1,739 70 


3 cover s reset @ $3 . 


9 00 



,250 97 



Amount paid to Jeremiah J. McCarthy Com- 
pany, under contract: 
4 square yards existing gran- 
ite block paving relaid 

@ 50c $2 00 

2,700 square yards tar macadam 

surf a ce furnished and 

placed @ 79c. 

1 cover reset @ $3 



Less 2 days' use of city 
steam roller @ $15 



3,892 70 



2,133 00 
3 00 


2,108 00 




$2,138 00 
30 00 






$8,251 67 







SPECIAL APPROPRIATIONS. 

Harvard avenue, Commonwealth averiue to Cambridge street. Set edge- 
stone at corner of Brighton avenue. Contractors work not started. 



Engineering 


$373 41 


Engineering expense 


1 10 


Advertising 


4 00 


Labor, setting edgestone .... 


95 40 


Labor, handling stock .... 


2 05 


Edgestone, 195 feet 1 inch and 2 small corne 


rs, 143 06 


Teaming 


26 66 



$645 68 



Norfolk street, from Washington street to the railroad. Excavated, edge- 
stone set, roadway in part paved with bitulithic and sidewalks graded. 
(Work unfinished.) 

Advertising $4 10 

Engineering . 

Inspection 

Engineering expense . 

Labor, making templets 

Labor, stonecutter 

Labor, handling stock 

Labor, erecting signs . 

Labor, building fence 

Labor, moving shanty 

Teaming 

Gravel, 5 double loads 

Lumber 

Edgestone, 5,017 feet 4 inches straight, '384 

Carried forward 



1,059 


29 


648 88 


15 


80 


22 


00 


22 


50 


91 59 


5 


00 


8 


00 


10 50 


43 


78 


7 


50 


8 


07 



$1,947 61 



Public Works Department. 



245 



Brought forward . . . . 
feet circular and 12 small corners 
Flagging, 401 feet 4 inches 



Credit: Blocks, 57,067 old gran- 
ite and 110 crossing . . $1,155 09 
Edgestone, 3 old large corners . 9 00 



£1,947 61 

3,850 04 

313 04 

56,110 69 



1,164 09 



$4,946 60 



Old Colony avenue. Construction, 
toward Mt. Vernon street. 



Filled and graded from Hyde street 



Engineering 


$118 61 


Engineering expense .... 


2 00 


Labor, spreading filling 


645 01 


Filling, 2,875 double loads 


718 75 


Lumber 


1 28 



$1,485 65 



straight 





$1,728 92 




580 37 




15 


10 




26 


00 




3 


83 




22 


00 




91 


16 




5 


88 


anc 


i 






743 


27 




32 


50 




27 


50 




11 


15 



Pleasant street, between Eliot and Washington streets. This street was 
widened and paved with wood block on a concrete base, edgestone 
reset and artificial stone sidewalks constructed. (Work not finished.) 
Engineering . 
Inspection . 
Engineering expense . 
Advertising . 
Labor, handling stock 
Labor, cutting wall at bridge 
Engineering, bridge rebuilding 
Teaming .... 
Edgestone, 555 feet 9^ inches 

312 feet 3 inches circular 
Bricks, 2,500 

Stationery .... 
Templets .... 
Amount paid to Coleman Brothers, under 
contract : 

480 linear feet straight edge- 
stone hauled and set 

@ 20c 

294 linear feet circular edge- 
stone set @ 20c. . 
1,650 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 13c. 
75 square yards existing 
granite block paving 
relaid, gravel joints, @ 
50c. 
5,400 square yards wood block 
pavement f urn i s h e d 
and laid, including con- 
crete base, @ $3.70 . 
100 square yards wood block 
pavement f urn i s h e d 
and laid on existing 
concrete base @ $3 . 
11,800 square feet artificial 
stone sidewalks fur- 
nished and laid @ 16c, 



$96 00 

58 80 



214 50 



37 50 



19,980 00 



300 00 



1,888 00 



Carried forward 



$22,574 80 $3,287 68 



246 City Document No. 26. 



Brought forward . . . $22,574 80 $3,287 68 
Less 15 per cent retained, 3,386 22 



Amount paid to W. A. & H. A. 
Root, Inc.: 

Contract price, widening 

bridge .... $4,085 00 
638 pounds supplementary re- 
inforced rods @ 3c. . 19 14 
60.4 cubic yards supplementary 

concrete® $7 . . 422 80 

30 square yards supplemen- 
tary waterproofing @ 
65c 19 50 

72.4 linear feet resetting edge- 

stone @ 50c. . . . 36 20 

74 hours, redressing edge- 
stone, @ 75c. . . 55 50 

60.5 square yards artificial 

stone sidewalks @ 
$1.62 .... 98 01 

Extra work — Building 
sewer under subway: 
150.5 hours, foreman, 

@ 79 T \c. . $119 72 
704 hours, men, @ 

35c. . 
304 hours, men, @ 
30c. . 
53 barrels Portland 
cement @ 
$1.85 
46 tons broken stone 

@ $1.50 . 
21 cubic yards sand 
@ $1.25 . 
Water for con- 
crete 
Use of tools 
20 days' use of gaso- 
lene pump, 
hose, gasolene 
and oil @ $1 . 20 00 
20 days' use of der- 
rick, chain fall 
and hopper 



246 


40 


91 


20 


98 


05 


69 


00 


26 


25 


5 
34 


00 
32 



19,188 58 



$1 _. . _ . 


20 00 




Teaming, 6 trips 






@$3 


18 00 




20 pounds oakum @ 






3|c. . . . 


70 




1,359 feet B.M. boards 






@ $10 . 


13 59 




5,000 feet B. M. plank 






@ $10 . 


50 00 






$812 23 




Plus 15 per cent, 


121 83 


934 06 

^ fi7f) °1 








0,U i \J &X- 






$28,146 47 


Carried forward 




. $28,146 47 



Public Works Department. 247 

Brought forward $28,146 47 

Credit: Blocks, 76,600, old 

granite . . . $1,532 00 

Edgestone, 184 feet, old, 
and 5 large corners, 
old ... . 79 40 

Flagging, 336 feet 11 

inches, old . . 119 49 



1,730 89 



$26,415 58 



Thatcher street extension, Hyde Park. Graded 

Labor, excavating 

Labor, filling . . 

Labor, drilling and blasting 
Labor, clearing and cutting trees 



(Work unfinished.) 

$10 00 

19 34 

113 83 

37 50 

$180 67 



Tunnel under railroad tracks, between Boylston and Green streets, Jamaica 
Plain. (Lawndale Terrace.) 

Engineering $607 18 

Inspection 115 04 

Engineering expense 10 15 

Amount paid to James D. Kelly, under 
contract: 
Contract price . . . $5,800 00 
9.6 cubic yards rock excavation 

@ $4 38 40 

$5,838 40 
Extra work done under order 

dated December 18, 1912 . 1,000 00 

Extra work done under order 

dated March 1, 1913 . 82 60 

$6,921 00 
Deduct for liquidated dam- 
ages, 4 days @ $25 . . 100 00 



$6,821 00 
Amount paid in 1912 . . 1,086 64 

Amount paid to N. Y., N. H. 

& H. R. R. Co. for amount 

agreed upon for labor and 

material account of false 

work $5,600 00 

For labor and material used 

in building fence, account 

of Lawndale terrace sub- 
way 160 82 



5,734 36 



5,760 82 

$12,227 55 



Union Park street, between Washington street and Harrison avenue. 
Length, 227 linear feet. Area, 2,720 square yards. This street was 
widened, edgestone set, flagging crosswalks laid, asphalt pavement 
laid and artificial stone sidewalks constructed. 

Engineering $116 34 

Inspection 105 00 

Carried forward $221 34 



248 



City Document No. 26. 



Brought forward 
Engineering expense . 
Advertising . 
Labor, handling stock 
Templets 
Teaming 
Edgestone, 273 feet 2 inches straight, 292 feet 

3 inches circular and 2 large corners . 
Flagging, 4 feet 2 inches .... 
Amount paid to Fred S. & A. D. Gore Corpora- 
tion, under contract: 
273 linear feet straight edge- 
stone hauled and set @ 

19c 

98 linear feet circular edge- 
stone set @ 15c. 
644 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 15c. _ . 
193 square yards existing 
granite block paving 
relaid, gravel joints, @ 
50c 

23 square yards existing 

granite block paving 
relaid, pitch joints, @ 

95c 

8 square yards existing flag- 
ging crosswalks relaid, 
gravel joints, @ 50c. . 

24 square yards flagging 

crosswalks hauled and 
laid, pitch joints, in- 
cluding concrete base, 
@ $2.25 
2,410 square yards concrete 
base bituminous con- 
crete binder and as- 
phalt wearing surface 
furnished and laid @ 
$2.57 .... 

50 square yards bituminous 
concrete binder and as- 
phalt wearing surface 
furnished and laid @ 
$1.85 . . ... 

29 square yards existing 
brick sidewalks relaid 

@ 50c 

10,115 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks furnished 
and laid @ 15|c. . 

12 square yards wood block 
pavement furnished 
and laid @ $3.75 
Extra work — Furnish 
and lay extra bitumi- 
nous binder where di- 
rected : 
2 cubic yards extra bitumi- 
nous binder furnished 
and laid @ $11 . 



$221 


34 


15 


07 


4 


10 


6 


GO 


8 


27 


5 


30 


t 

313 


97 


3 


33 



$51 87 
14 70 
96 60 



96 50 



21 85 



4 00 



54 00 



6,193 70 



92 50 



14 50 



1,567 83 



45 00 



22 00 



Carried forward 



$8,275 05 $577 98 



Public Works Department. 249 

Brought forward . . . $8,275 05 $577 98 

Extra work — Shift and 
dress edgestone as di- 
rected: 
5^ hours, stonecutter, @ 

62|c 3 44 

1 hour, paver, @ 62Jc. . 63 

3 hours' labor @ 25c. . 75 

Plus 15 per cent on $4.82, 72 





$8,280 59 


jss 5 feet 1 inch circular 




edgestone broken by 




contractor @ $1.20 . 


6 10 



8,274 49 



5,852 47 



250 



City Document No. 26. 



STREETS CONSTRUCTED OR IN THE PROCESS 
OF CONSTRUCTION UNDER CHAPTER 393 
OF THE ACTS OF 1906, AND THE COST 
CHARGED TO THE APPROPRIATION FOR 
HIGHWAYS, MAKING OF. 

Appian way, between Franklin and Raymond streets. Length, 426 linear 
feet. Area, 807 square yards. Six-inch tar macadam roadway con- 
structed, edgestone set, block gutters paved, flagging crosswalks laid 
and artificial stone sidewalks constructed. 



Engineering 




$108 44 


Inspection 




122 50 


Engineering expense .... 




2 00 


Advertising 




5 96 


Labor, handling stock 




13 89 


Edgestone, 817 feet 8 inches straight 


2 large 




corners, 44 feet 8| inches circular . 




605 96 


Flagging, 89 feet 11 inches 




70 14 


Blocks, 8,820, old granite . 




176 40 


Amount paid to John J. Lane, under contract: 




Removing trees, bushes, 






stumps, etc. . 


$0 01 




447 cubic yards earth excava- 






tion @ 50c. . 


223 50 




828 linear feet straight edge- 






stone and corners 






hauled and set @ 35c, 


289 80 




45 linear feet circular edge- 






stone set @ 15c. . 


6 75 




6 linear feet existing edge- 






stone reset @ lc. . 


6 




243 square yards granite block 






paving hauled and laid 






@ 75c. . _ . _ . 


182 25 




20 square yards existing gran- 






ite block paving relaid 






@ lc. . . . . 


20 




18 square yards flagging 






crosswalks hauled and 






laid @ $1 


18 00 




506 square yards tar macadam 






surface furnished and 






placed @, 90c. 


455 40 




3,312 square feet artificial stone 






sidewalks furnished and 






laid @ 16c. . 


529 92 




3 covers reset @ $3 


9 00 


1,714 89 







$2,820 18 



Arlington street, from Boylston street to Columbus avenue. (Unfinished 
work from 1912.) 

Engineering $13 00 

Engineering expense 



Carried forward 



30 
$13 30 



Public Works Department. 



251 



$13 30 




38 50 




110 60 




155 93 






$318 33 





Brought forward .... 
Edgestone, 55 feet .... 
Gravel, 49 double loads and 52J tons 
Teaming 



Armington street, between Webster street and Brighton avenue. (Not 
completed.) Length, 570 linear feet. Area, 1,263 square yards. 
Six-inch tar macadam roadway constructed, edgestone set, block 
gutters paved, flagging crosswalks laid and artificial stone sidewalks 
constructed. (Walks unfinished.) 

Engineering $128 91 

Inspection 52 50 

Engineering expense 1 75 

Advertising 8 13 

Edgestone, 1,052 feet 7 inches straight, 

small corners, 36 feet 1 inch circular 
Flagging, 135 feet 



Blocks, 400, old granite 
Labor, handling stock 
Amount paid to A. J. & G. H. McMurtry, 
under contract: 

Preparing site ... $3 00 

500 cubic yards earth excava- 
tion @ 60c. . . . 300 00 
1,034 linear feet straight edge- 
stone and corners 
hauled and set @ 15c. . 155 10 
24 linear feet circular edge- 
stone set @ 10c. . . 2 40 
59 linear feet existing 

edgestone reset @ 5c, 2 95 

28 square yards granite block 

paving hauled and laid 

@ 55c. .... 15 40 

29 square yards flagging 

crosswalks hauled and 

laid @ 60c. ... 17 40 

1,207 square yards tar macadam 

surface furnished and 

placed @ 65c. . . 784 55 

4,400 square feet artificial stone 

sidewalks furnished and 

laid (unfinished) @ 7c, 308 00 

2 covers reset @ $3 . . 6 00 



Less amount retained 



$1,594 80 
239 22 



786 63 
105 30 
8 00 
20 58 



1,355 58 



$2,467 38 



Audubon road, between Ivy and Mountfort streets. Length, 346 linear 
feet. Area, 1,663 square yards. Six-inch asphalt macadam roadway 
constructed, edgestone set, block gutters paved and artificial stone 
sidewalks laid. 
Engineering $176 83 



Inspection 
Engineering expense . 
Advertising . 
Labor, handling stock 

Carried forward 



115 50 

2 55 
5 57 

3 03 

$303 48 



252 



City Document No. 26. 



Brought forward 

Flagging, 205 feet 5 inches 

Edgestone, 156 feet 8 inches straight, 183 feet circular, 4 

large corners 

Blocks, 7,700, old granite 



Credit: 57 feet 4 inches old circular edgestone 



$303 48 
160 23 

353 27 
154 00 

$970 98 
34 40 

$936 58 



No payment made on contract. 

B street, from Fargo street to Congress street. Work done in 1912. 

Engineering expense $0 70 

Bricks, 38,784 503 94 



$504 64 



Ballou avenue, from Woodrow avenue to Willowwood street 
started.) 
Engineering .... 
Engineering expense . 
Advertising .... 
Teaming .... 
Blocks, 42,450, old granite 



(Work not 


$207 39 


1 00 


7 83 


99 60 


849 00 



$1,164 82 



Barrymore street, between Blue Hill avenue and Harvard street. Length, 
271 linear feet. Area, 783 square yards. Six-inch tar macadam road- 
way constructed, edgestone set, block gutters paved, nagging cross- 
walks laid and artificial stone sidewalks constructed. 

Engineering $58 92 

Inspection 199 50 

Engineering expense 1 85 

Labor, handling stock 9 60 

Teaming 8 80 

Edgestone, 530 feet 1 inch straight, 38 feet 

1 1 inches circular, 2 small corners . . 424 25 

Flagging, 110 feet 88 00 

Blocks, 7,470, old granite 151 42 

Amount paid to Fred S. & A. D. Gore Corpo- 
ration, under contract: 

Removing trees, bushes, 

stumps, etc. ... $1 00 

358 cubic yards earth excava- 
tion @ 73c. ... 261 34 
4| cubic yards rock excava- 
tion @ $3.25 . . 14 63 
532 linear feet straight edge- 
stone hauled and set @ 

21c Ill 72 

46 linear feet circular edge- 
stone set @ 13c. . . 5 98 
185 square yards granite block 
paving hauled and laid 
@ 65c. . . . . 120 25 
22 square yards existing gran- 
ite block paving relaid 
@43c 



9 46 



Carried forward 



$524 38 



$942 34 



Public Works Department. 253 



Brought forward 


$524 38 


$942 34 


23 square yards flagging 






crosswalks relaid @ 43 c, 


9 89 




567 square yards macadam 






surface furnished and 




, 


placed @ 69c. 


391 23 




3,511 square feet artificial stone 






sidewalks furnished and 






laid @ 13c. . 


456 43 




3 covers reset @ $3 . 


9 00 


1,390 93 







2,333 27 

Bentham road, between Draper street and Robinson avenue. Length, 270 
linear feet. Area, 720 square yards. Six-inch tar macadam roadway 
constructed, edgestone set, block gutters paved, nagging crosswalks 
laid, artificial stone sidewalks constructed. 

Engineering 

Inspection 

Engineering expense 

Labor, handling stock 

Edgestone, 511 feet 6 inches straight, 46 feet 
8§ inches circular 

Flagging, 100 feet 1 inch .... 

Blocks, 7,750, old granite .... 

Amount paid to James Doherty, under 
contract : 



$54 10 

94 50 

1 80 

8 70 


399 70 
80 07 
93 00 



Removing trees, bushes, 




etc 


$5 00 


290 cubic yards earth excava- 




tion @ 50c. . 


145 00 


518 linear feet straight edge- 




stone hauled and set @ 




20c 


103 60 


40 linear feet circular edge- 




stone set @ 15c. . 


6 00 


4 linear feet existing edge- 




stone reset @ 12c. 


48 


260 linear feet crushed stone 




and concrete founda- 




tion furnished and laid 




@ 15c. . 


39 00 


197 square yards granite block 




paving hauled and laid 




@ 65c. . . . 


128 05 


4 square yards existing gran- 




ite block paving relaid 




@ 40c 


1 60 


21 square yards flagging 




crosswalks hauled and 




laid @ 72c. . 


15 12 


516 square yards tar macadam 




surface furnished and 




placed @ 82c. 


423 12 


162 square feet artificial stone 




sidewalks furnished and 




laid @ 13c. . 


21 06 


2 covers reset @ $3 . 


6 00 


191 square yards loam spaces 




placed and seeded @ 




10c 


19 10 



Carried forward . . . $913 13 $731 87 



254 



City Document No. 26. 



Brought forward 
10.7 cubic yards loam furnished 
@ $1.10 



13 $731 87 

11 77 

924 90 



L,656 77 



Binney street, Longwood avenue to Francis street. Work not started. 

Engineering $110 85 

Engineering expense 90 

Advertising 6 17 



$117 92 



Brainerd road, between Harvard avenue and Warren street. Length, 
1,816 linear feet. Area, 6,480 square yards. Six-inch tar macadam 
roadway constructed, edgestone set, block gutters paved, flagging 
crosswalks laid and artificial stone sidewalks constructed. 



Engineering .... 




$238 64 


Inspection ..... 




315 


00 


Engineering expense 




4 


80 


Labor, handling stock 




49 


58 


Teaming 




1 


44 


Edgestone, 3,362 feet 2 inches s 


;raight, 6 






small corners, 145 feet 1\ inches circular . 


2,455 


36 


Flagging, 730 feet 10 inches . 




584 


67 


Blocks, 4,492 new and 45,329 old g 


ranite 


1,221 


02 


Amount paid to James Dohert 


y, under 






contract : 








Removing trees, bushes, 








stumps, etc. 


$5 00 






2,373 cubic yards earth ex- 








cavation @ 45c. 


1,067 85 






4 cubic yards rock excava- 








tion @ $3 . . _ . 


12 00 






3,311 linear feet straight 








edgestone hauled and 








set @ 19c. . 


629 09 






166 linear feet circular 








edgestone set @ 13c, 


21 58 






136 linear feet existing 








edgestone reset @ 








13c 


17 68 






1,280 square yards granite 








block paving hauled 








and laid @ 67 c. 


857 60 






63 square yards existing 








granite block paving 








relaid @ 37c. 


23 31 






158 square yards flagging 








crosswalks hauled and 








laid @ 79c. . _ . 


124 82 






6 square yards existing 








flagging crosswalks 








relaid @ 40c. 


2 40 






4,973 square yards tar maca- 








dam surface furnished 








and placed @ 81c. . 


4,028 13 






21,642 square feet artificial 








stone sidewalks fur- 








nished and laid @ 








13c 


2,813 46 






25 covers reset @ $3 


75 00 







Carried forward 



),677 92 



1,870 51 



Public Works Department. 255 



Brought forward . . . $9,677 92 $4,870 51 

Extra work — Remove 
unsuitable material 
below subgrade: 
36 hours' labor @ 25c. 
Plus 15 per cent on $9, 
\ day, single team, @ 
$3.50 .... 



9 00 
1 35 




1 75 


9,690 02 

$14,560 53 





Brookdale street, from Florence street to Sycamore street. (Work not 
started.) 

Engineering $82 48 

Engineering expense 50 

$82 98 

Brookview street, between Blue Hill avenue and Harvard street. Length, 
533 linear feet. Area, 2,014 square yards. 6-inch tar macadam 
roadway constructed, edgestone set, block gutters paved, flagging 
crosswalks laid, and artificial stone sidewalks constructed. 



Engineering 






$92 


18 


Inspection 






101 


50 


Engineering expense .... 






2 


15 


Labor, handling stock 






15 


29 


Edgestone, 1,010 feet straight and 


18 feel 






9 inches circular .... 






708 


90 


Flagging, 139 feet 8 inches 






110 


94 


Blocks, 11,885, old granite 






248 


96 


Amount paid to James Doherty, 


under 






contract : 










Removing trees, bushes, 










stumps, etc. . 


$5 O 






869 cubic yards earth excava- 










tion @ 50c. . 


434 5i 






4| cubic yards rock excava- 










_ tion @ $3 


13 


50 






1,020 linear feet straight edge- 










stone hauled and set @ 










20c 


204 


00 






19 linear feet circular edge- 










stone set @ 13c. . 


2 


47 






20 linear feet existing edge- 










stone reset @ 13c. . 


2 


60 






365 square yards granite block 










paving hauled and laid 










@ 70c. ... 


255 


50 






27 square yards existing gran- 










ite block paving relaid 










@ 35c 


9 


45 






30 square yards flagging 










crosswalks hauled and 










laid @ 81c. . 


24 


30 






1,635 square yards tar macadam 










surface furnished and 










placed @ 81c. . . 1,324 


35 






5,273 square feet artificial stone 










sidewalks furnished and 










laid @ 13c. . 


685 


49 






6 covers reset @ $3 . 


18 


00 







Carried forward . . . $2,979 16 $1,279 92 



256 



City Document No. 26. 



Brought forward 

Extra work — Omit arti- 
ficial stone sidewalks 
where directed and fur- 
nish, place and seed 
loam spaces : 
257 square yards loam spaces 
furnished, placed and 
seeded, @ 45c. . 
18 hours' labor (removing 
cinders) @ 25c. . 
Plus 15 per cent on $4.50 . 
1 day, double team, @ $5.50, 
Extra work — Haul sur- 
p 1 u s excavation to 
Dumas street: 
382 tons material hauled to 
Dumas street, one-half 
mile overhaul, per half 
mile, per ton (Section 1, 
Article E), @ lie. . 



Less amount charged to 
Dumas street . 



2,979 16 



1,279 92 



115 65 

4 50 
68 

5 50 



42 02 



5,147 51 
42 02 



3,105 49 



1,385 41 



Bynner street, between South Huntington avenue and Day street. Length, 
716 linear feet. Area, 2,116 square yards. Six-inch tar macadam 
roadway constructed, edgestone set, block gutters paved, flagging 
crosswalks laid and artificial stone sidewalks constructed. 

Engineering 

Inspection 



Engineering expense . 
Advertising . 
Labor, handling stock 
Blocks, 19,200 old granite 
Flagging, 83 feet 
Edgestone, 1,249 feet 4 inches straight, 44 
feet 9 inches circular, and 2 small 

corners 

Amount paid to J. C. Coleman & Sons Com- 
pany, under contract: 

Removing trees, bushes, 

stumps, etc. ... $1 00 

962 cubic yards earth excava- 
tion @ 70c. . . . 673 40 
50 cubic yards rock excava- 
tion @ $4 200 00 
1,241 linear feet straight edge- 
stone hauled and set @ 
30c. . _ . . . 372 30 
45 linear feet circular edge- 
stone set @ 20c. . . 9 00 
201 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 15c. . 30 15 
439 square yards granite block 
paving hauled and 
laid @ 80c. 



Carried forward 



351 20 
L,637 05 



$170 64 

141 00 

3 75 

7 01 

20 09 

374 82 

66 14 



885 46 



1,668 91 



Public Works Department. 



257 



Brought forward 


$1,637 05 $1,668 91 


112 square yards existing 




granite block paving re- 




laid @ 50c. . •■;-■• 


56 00 


18 square yards flagging 




crosswalks hauled and 




laid @ $1 m . > . 


18 00 


40 square yards existing flag- 




ging crosswalks relaid 




@ 50c 


20 00 


1,586 square yards tar macadam 




surface furnished and 




placed @ 80c. 


1,268 80 


9,023 square feet artificial stone 




sidewalks furnished and 




laid @ 15c. . 


1,353 45 


4 covers reset @ $3 . 


12 00 


Extra work — Cut con- 




crete from in front of 




poles in edgestone 




trench : 




3 days' labor @ $2 


6 00 


Plus 15 per cent on $6 


90 


Extra work — Cut gutter- 




mouths where directed 




and replace round basin 




covers with new covers 




furnished by Sewer 




Service : 




2 days, stonecutter, @ 




$4.80 .... 


9 60 


1 day, mason, @ $5.60 


5 60 


2 days, helper, @, $2.50 . 


5 00 


Plus 15 per cent on 




$20.20 .... 


3 03 




*±)OuD 4:0 



,064 34 



Calumet street, between Parker Hill avenue and Hillside street (unfinished).. 
Length, 1,201 linear feet. Area, 4,336 square yards. (Work 
unfinished.) Six-inch tar macadam roadway constructed, edgestone 
set, block gutters paved, flagging crosswalks laid and artificial stone, 
sidewalks constructed. 



Engineering . 

Inspection 

Engineering expenses . 

Labor, handling stock 

Advertising . 

Flagging, 440 feet 9 inches 

Edgestone, 1,765 feet straight, 621 feet 8 

inches circular . 
Blocks, 39,810 old granite 
Amount paid to James Doherty, under 
contract : 

Removing trees, bushes, 
stumps, etc. 
2,000 cubic yards earth excava- 
tion @ 87c. . 
43 cubic yards water-box 
excavation @ $1 



$5 00 
1,740 00 



43 00 



$332 82 
231 00 

5 90 
32 69 

6 81 
343 78 

1,891 16 
712 26 



Carried forward 



$1,788 00 $3,556 42 



258 City Document No. 26. 

Brought forward . . . $1,788 00 $3,556 42 
2 cubic yards rock excava- 
tion @ $4 . 8 00 
1,700 linear feet straight edge- 
stone and corners 
hauled and set @ 23c, 391 00 
600 linear feet circular edge- 
stone set @ 15c. . . 90 00 
80 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 14c. . 11 20 
50 linear feet crushed stone 
and concrete founda- 
tion furnished and 
placed @ 15c. . _ . 7 50 
870 square yards granite 
block paving hauled 
and laid @ 65c. . . 565 50 
20 square yards existing 
granite block paving 
relaid @ 45c. . . 9 00 
95 square yards flagging 
crosswalks hauled and 
laid @ 85c. . . _ . 80 75 
5 square yards existing 
crosswalks relaid @ 

50c 2 50 

2,850 square yards tar mac- 
adam surface fur- 
nished and placed @ 
87c. . . ... 2,479 50 

26 square yards existing 
brick sidewalks relaid 
@ 30c. ... . 7 80 

13,500 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks furnished 
and laid @ 15c. . . 2,025 00 

11 covers reset @ $3 . . 33 00 

250 linear feet ground water 
drain furnished and 
laid @ 46c. ... 115 00 



',613 75 



Less 15 per cent re- 
tained . . . 1,142 06 



6,471 69 
$10,028 11 



Church street, between Boylston and Providence streets. Length, 150 
linear feet. Area, 440 square yards. Roadway paved with wood 
block on a concrete base and artificial stone sidewalks were con- 
structed. 



Engineering 


$46 69 


Inspection 


24 50 


Engineering expense . 


95 


Advertising 


3 90 


Blocks, 20,000 * . 


980 00 


Gravel, 36 double loads 


50 40 


Teaming 


45 20 


Carried forward 


$1,151 64 



* These blocks will not be used and account will be credited in 1914. 



Public Works Department. 

Brought forward $1,151 64 

Amount paid to Coleman Brothers, under 
contract : 

440 square yards wood block 
pavement furnished and 
laid @ $3.90 
1,614 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks furnished and 
laid @ 17c. . 



Credit: Blocks, 11,200, old 
granite 
Bricks, 4,300, old 



259 



$1,716 00 




274 38 


1,990 38 






$3,142 02 


$224 00 
30 10 


254 10 





2,887 92 



Chestnut street, Brimmer street to Charles River Embankment. (Work 
not started.) 

Engineering $60 60 

Engineering expense 10 

$60 70 



Clement avenue, Anawan avenue to Clement avenue. 
Engineering 



(Work not started.) 
$41 34 



Clement avenue, Meredith street to Clement avenue. (Work not started.) 
Engineering $41 34 



$52 67 


141 


75 


1 


15 


6 


76 


12 47 


90 00 


577 


66 


21 


93 


3 


25 



Clement avenue, between Stratford and Park streets. Length, 437 linear 
feet. Area, 1,309 square yards. Six-inch tar macadam roadway 
constructed, edgestone set, block gutters paved, flagging crosswalks 
laid and artificial stone sidewalks constructed. 

Engineering 

Inspection 

Engineering expense .... 

Advertising 

Labor, handling stock 
Blocks, 4,500, old granite . 
• Edgestone, 762 feet 2 inches straight, 6 small 
corners, 65 feet circular . 
Flagging, 60 feet 11 inches 

Steam roller 

Amount paid to Thomas F. Minton, under 
contract : 

Removing trees, bushes, 
stumps, etc. ... $10 00 

315 cubic yards subgrading 
(earth excavation) @ 

50c 157 50 

9 cubic yards water-box 

excavation @ $1 . . 9 00 

1\ cubic yards rock excava- 
tion @ $2 3 00 
779 linear feet straight edge- 
stone and corners hauled 
and set @ 28c. . . 218 12 

Carried forward . . . $397 62 



$907 64 



260 



City Document No. 26. 



Brought forward 
65 linear feet circular edge- 
stone set @ 25c. . 
280 square yards granite block 
paving hauled and laid 
@ $1.15 . 
37 square yards existing 
granite block paving 
relaid @ 45c. 

13 square yards flagging 

crosswalks hauled and 
laid @ $1 . . _ . 

14 square yards existing 

flagging crosswalks re- 
laid @ 50c. . 
1,055 square yards tar macadam 

surface furnished and 

placed @ 77 c. 
5,880 square feet artificial stone 

sidewalks furnished and 

laid @ 16c. . 
179 square feet artificial stone 

driveways furnished and 

laid @ 17c. . 
2 covers reset @ $3 



Less I day steam roller 



$397 62 


16 


25 


322 


00 


16 


65 


13 


00 


7 


00 


812 


35 


860 


80 


30 
6 


43 

00 



)7 64 



,482 10 
3 75 



2,478 35 



$3,385 99 



Clermont street, from Bailey street to Fuller street. 

Engineering 

Engineering expense 

Advertising 



(Work not started.) 
$42 35 
50 
7 93 

$50 78 



Cliftondale street, between Kittredge street and Norfolk streets. Length, 
951 linear feet. Area, 2,747 square yards, 6-inch Bermudez asphalt 
macadam roadway constructed, edgestone set, block gutters paved, 
flagging crosswalks laid and artificial stone sidewalks constructed. 



Engineering . 

Inspection 

Engineering expense . 

Advertising . 

Labor, handling stock 

Blocks, 23,950, old granite 

Flagging, 226 feet 3 inches 

Edgestone, 1,786 feet 9 inches straight, 82 feet 

3 inches circular, 1 1 small corners 
Amount paid to Thomas F. Minton, under 
contract: 
12 trees removed @ $10 
2,269 cubic yards earth excava- 
tion @ 65c. . 
10 cubic yards water-box 

excavation @ $1 
26 cubic yards rock excava- 
tion @ $2 . 



$120 00 

1,474 85 

10 00 



52 00 



$166 69 

252 00 

2 70 

4 00 

30 27 

479 00 

176 47 

1,323 64 



Carried forward 



1,656 85 $2,434 77 



Public Works Department. 261 

Brought forward . . $1,656 85 $2,434 77 

1,804 linear feet straight edge- 
stone and corners 
hauled and set @ 28c, 505 12 

83 linear feet circular edge- 
stone set @ 25c. . 20 75 
672 square yards granite 
block paving hauled 
and laid @ $1.15 . 772 80 
29 square yards existing 
granite block paving 
relaid @ 45c. . . 13 05 
49 square yards flagging 
crosswalks hauled and 
laid @ $1.50 . . 73 50 
22 square yards existing 
flagging crosswalks re- 
laid @ 75c. ... 16 50 
1,968 square yards asphalt 
macadam surface fur- 
nished and placed @ 
$1.05 . . . . 2,066 40 
12,079 square feet artificial 
stone sidewalks fur- 
nished and laid @ 16c, 1,932 64 
365 square feet artificial 
stone driveways fur- 
nished and laid @ 16c, 58 40 
12 covers reset @ $3 . _ . 36 00 
Extra work — Raise 
manhole covers over 
6 inches: 
2 manhole covers raised 

over 6 inches @ $6 . 12 00 

Extra work — Construct 
driveways not shown 
on plan : 
1 1 days, stonecutter, 
@$4.80 
§ day's labor @ $2 . 

Plus 15 per cent on $10, 
k dav, double team, @ $6, 

),613 28 



9 00 




1 00 




1 50 




3 00 






7,178 51 





Colonial avenue, from Talbot avenue to New England avenue. (Work 
not started.) 

Engineering 

Engineering expense 

Advertising 

Blocks, 16,475, old granite .... 



Cottage street, from Gove street to Porter street. 



Engineering 
Engineering expense 
Advertising . 



$103 22 

1 00 

5 37 

260 10 


$369 69 
rted.) 

$66 04 


7ork not sta 

$61 68 

78 

3 58 



262 



City Document No. 26. 



Crossman street, between Norfolk street and West Selden street. Length, 
696 linear feet. Area, 2,125 square feet. Roadway excavated, 
edgestone set and gutters paved. (Street not finished.) 



Engineering . 

Inspection . 

Engineering expense . 

Advertising . 

Labor, handling stock 

Flagging, 260 feet 1 inch 

Edgestone, 1,100 feet 2 inches straight, 174 

feet 6 inches circular, 4 small corners 
Blocks, 19,750, old granite 
Repairing iron fence 
Amount paid to James Doherty, under 
contract : 

Removing trees, bushes, 

stumps, etc. . . . $25 00 

350 cubic yards earth exca- 
vation @ 65c. . . 227 50 
1,000 linear feet straight edge- 
stone and corners 
hauled and set @ 23c, 230 00 
100 linear feet circular edge- 
stone set @ 15c. . . 15 00 
300 square yards granite block 
paving hauled and laid 
@ 75c 



Less 15 per cent retained 



225 00 

$722 50 
108 38 



$219 71 

129 50 

4 55 

6 76 

30 35 

202 86 

947 91 

395 00 

15 60 



614 12 



$2,566 36 



Dalrymple street, between Egleston and Boylston streets. (Work done in 
1912.) Length, 784 linear feet. Area, 2,265 square yards. Con- 
structed 6-inch tar macadam roadway, edgestone set, block gutters 
paved, flagging crosswalks laid and artificial stone sidewalks con- 
structed. 

Engineering $2 50 

Amount paid to John Kelly Company, under 
contract : 

Removing trees, bushes, 

stumps, etc. . . < . $1 00 

1,169 cubic yards subgrading 
(earth excavation) @ 

60c 701 40 

11| cubic yards subgrading 
(rock excavation) @ 
$1.75 .... 20 13 

999 linear feet straight edge- 
stone hauled and set @ 

15c 149 85 

61 linear feet circular edge- 
stone set @ 10c. . . 6 10 
144 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 10c. . 14 40 
545 linear feet crushed stone 
and concrete founda- 
tion furnished and 
placed @ 40c. . . 218 00 

Carried forward . . . $1,110 88 



$2 50 



Public Works Department. 263 

Brought forward . _ . . $1,110 88 $2 50 

149 square yards existing gran- 
ite block paving relaid 

@ 35c 52 15 

14 square yards flagging 
crosswalks hauled and 
laid @ $1 14 00 

10 square yards existing flag- 
ging crosswalks relaid 

@ 45c 4 50 

7,103 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks furnished and 
laid @ 14fc. . . . 1,047 69 

7 covers reset @ S3 . . 21 00 

Extra work — Haul pav- 
ing blocks from Dimock 
Street Yard instead of 
from Massachusetts ave- 
nue lot: 
406 square yards granite block 
paving hauled and laid 

@ 58c 235 48 

Extra work — Omit water- 
bound macadam road- 
way and substitute tar 
macadam roadway: 
1,788 square yards tar macadam 
surface furnished and 
placed @ 80c. . . 1,430 40 

Extra work — Reset 
edgestone and lay gran- 
ite block gutter on Egle- 
ston street, northwest 
corner Dalrymple 
street: 
64 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 10c. . 6 40 
21 square yards granite block 
paving hauled and laid 

@ 58c 12 18 

Extra work — Dress 
edgestone as directed: 
1| days, stonecutter, @ $5 . 7 50 

Plus 15 per cent on $7.50, 1 13 



5,943 31 



Less \ day, city stone- 
c utter (cutting flag- 
ging), @ $3 . 1 50 



$3,941 81 
Less amount paid in 1913, 3,737 95 



203 86 
$206 36 



Dawes street, between East Cottage and Willis streets. Length, 429 linear 
feet. Area, 952 square yards. Six-inch tar macadam roadway 
constructed, edgestone set, block gutters paved, flagging crosswalks 
laid and artificial stone sidewalks constructed. 

Engineering $131 14 

Inspection 98 00 



Carried forward $229 14 



264 City Document No. 26. 

lw a $229 14 

Brought forward 1 80 

Engineering expense ■ g 56 

Advertising 19 48 

Labor, handling stock . . • • ■ 

Edgestone, 701 feet 4 inches straight, 29 feet Qg 

3 inches circular 72 07 

Flagging, 90 feet 1 inch ^ QQ 

Steam roller . • • • ' ' ' 

Amount paid to Jeremiah J. McCarthy 
Company, under contract: 
Removing trees, bushes, 

stumps, etc. . J1 uu 

482 cubic yards earth excava- 

tion © 60c. ... 289 2U 

695 linear feet straight edge- 
stone hauled and set @ 
20c. • • • • 

30 linear' feet circular edge- 

stone set © 20c. . . 6 00 

25 linear feet existing edge- 

stone reset © 20c. . 5 00 

273 square yards granite block 
paving hauled and laid 
@ 60c. . • • . • • lb6 su 
39 square yards existmg 
granite block paving re- 
laid @ 50c. .... 19 50 

19 square yards flagging 
crosswalks hauled and 
laid @ $1 • ■ ■ 19 00 

688 square yards tar macadam 
surface furnished and 
placed © 85c. ... 584 80 

3,153 square feet artificial 
stone sidewalks fur- 
nished and laid © 15c, 472 95 

4 covers reset @ $3 . - 12 00 

Extra work — Raise man- 
hole over 6 inches to 
grade : 
Manhole raised over 6 

inches • • 5 00 

Extra work — Raze wall 
at Brewer estate : 
1| days, foreman, @ $4 . 6 00 

15 days' labor ® $2 . • 30 00 

Plus 15 per cent on $36 . o *" 

1J days, double team, © $6, / ou 

l| days, single team, © 

$3.50 . 4 ^ x 

$1,770 96 
Less 3 days' use of city 

steam roller © $15 . 45 00 j ?25 Q6 



Credit: Blocks, 525, old granite, $10 50 

Edgestone, 4 feet, old, 

1 large corner . . 4 4U 



$2,619 04 
14 90 



$2,604 14 



Public Works Department. 



265 



Denton terrace, from Washington street to Kittredge street. (Work not 
started.) 
Engineering $72 18 



Dexter street, from Alford street to the Everett line. Length, 100 linear 
feet. Area, 391 square yards. 6-inch tar macadam roadway con- 
structed, edgestone set, block gutters paved, brick walks relaid 
and crushed stone sidewalks built. Work done by department force. 

Labor, excavating, setting and resetting edge- 
stone 

Labor, excavating and relaying brick walks 

Labor, excavating and repaving gutters . 

Labor, excavating and relaying crosswalks 

Labor, spreading crushed stone on roadway 

Labor, spreading crushed stone on sidewalk 

Labor, engineering 

Sand and gravel 



Tarvia, 888 gallons 

Flagging, 9 feet 3 inches 

Crushed stone, 107.8 tons 

Teaming 

Engineering . 

Steam roller, rolling . 

Edgestone, 200 feet straight 



$69 59 
2 95 
8 96 
16 17 
58 92 
26 08 
25 18 

6 40 
71 88 

7 40 
154 15 

29 75 
30 

30 00 
156 00 



$663 73 



Dillaway street, from Hollis street to Dix place. 

Engineering 

Engineering expense 



(Work not started.) 
$49 55 
1 00 
$50 55 



Don street, between Woodrow avenue and Callender street. Length, 315 
linear feet. Area, 910 square yards. Six-inch tar macadam roadway 
constructed, edgestone set, block gutters paved, nagging crosswalks 
laid, and artificial stone sidewalks constructed. 



Engineering 






$101 


56 


Inspection 






66 


50 


Engineering expense . 






2 


85 


Advertising 






6 


56 


Labor, handling stock 






8 


78 


Edgestone, 584 feet straight 






407 


39 


Flagging, 9 feet, old . 






3 


24 


Blocks, 8,675 old granite . 






173 


50 


Amount paid to Boston Paving ( 


Company 


J 




under contract: 








Removing trees, bushes, 








stumps, etc. . 


$5 0( 


) 




442 cubic yards earth excava- 








tion @ 79c. . 


349 IS 


I 




578 linear feet street edgestone 








hauled and set @ 23c, 


132 9- 


L 




80 linear feet existing edge- 








stone reset @ 15c. 


12 0( 


) 




196 square yards granite block 








paving hauled and laid 








@ 75c. ... 


147 0( 


) 




34 square yards existing gran- 








ite block paving relaid 








@ 50c 


17 0( 


) 





Carried forward 



12 $770 38 



266 City Document No. 26. 

$770 38 



Brought forward 


$663 12 


2 square yards flagging cross- 




walks hauled and laid'© 




90c 


1 80 


10 square yards existing flag- 




ging crosswalks relaid @ 




50c 


5 00 


665 square yards tar macadam 




surface furnished and 




placed @ 83c. 


551 95 


3,899 square feet artificial stone 




sidewalks furnished and 




laid @ 15c. . 


584 85 


7 covers reset © $3 


21 00 



1,827 72 
$2,598 10 



Dumas street, between Willowwood and Mascot streets. Length, 440 
linear feet. Area, 1,628 square yards. Six-inch tar macadam road- 
way constructed, edgestone set, block gutters paved, flagging cross- 
walks laid and artificial stone sidewalks constructed. 

Engineering $111 51 

Inspection 85 75 

Engineering expense 2 55 

Labor, handling stock 3 75 

Edgestone, 658 feet 10 inches circular, 2 small 

corners, 22 feet straight 817 06 

Flagging, 146 feet 116 80 

Blocks, 14,790, old granite .... 266 81 

Teaming surplus material .... 48 95 

Amount paid to James Doherty, under 
contract: 

Removing trees, bushes, 

stumps, etc. . . . $10 00 

363 cubic yards earth excava- 
tion © 45c. ... 163 35 
9 cubic yards rock excava- 
tion © $3.50 . . . 31 50 
103 linear feet straight edge- 
stone hauled and set @ 

19c 19 57 

666 linear feet circular edge- 
stone set @ 12c. . . 79 92 
158 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset © lie. . 17 38 
283 square yards granite block 
paving hauled and laid 
© 69c. ..... ■ 195 27 

97 square yards existing gran- 
ite block paving relaid 

@ 33c 32 01 

36 square yards flagging 
crosswalks hauled and 
laid © 69c. ... 24 84 

67 square yards existing flag- 
ging crosswalks relaid © 

40c 26 80 

1,318 square yards tar macadam 
surface furnished and 
placed @ 81c. . . 1,067 58 

Carried forward . . . $1,668 22 $1,453 18 



Public Works Department. 267 



Brought forward 


$1,668 22 


$1,453 18 


5,549 square feet artificial stone 






sidewalks furnished and 






laid @ 13c. 


721 37 




59 square feet artificial stone 






driveways furnished and 






laid @ 13c. . 


7 67 




4 covers reset @ $3 . 


12 00 




Extra work — Grade ap- 






proach to Mountain 






avenue to conform to 






Dumas street: 






12 hours' labor @ 25c. . 


3 00 




Plus 15 per cent on $3 


45 


2,412 71 







?,865 89 

Emmons street, between Paris and Chelsea streets. Length, 320 linear feet. 
Area, 924 square yards. Construct 6-inch tar macadam roadway, 
edgestone set, block gutters paved, flagging crosswalks laid and 
artificial stone sidewalks constructed. 

Engineering $73 78 

Inspection 203 00 

Engineering expense 3 17 

Advertising 6 76 

Edgestone, 558 feet 4 inches straight, 37 feet 

8 inches circular and 2 small corners . . 487 91 

Flagging, 71 feet old granite .... 28 40 

Blocks, 6,400 old granite; 200 new granite . 141 40 

Amount paid to Jeremiah J. McCarthy Com- 
pany, under contract: 

Removing trees, bushes, 

stumps, etc. . . . $20 00 

362 cubic yards earth excava- 
tion @ 70c. . . . 253 40 
549 linear feet straight edge- 
stone and corners hauled 
and set @ 25c. . . 137 25 
38 linear feet circular edge- 
stone @ 15c . . 5 70 
57 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 15c. . 8 55 
215 square yards granite block 
paving hauled and laid 
@ 65c. ... . 139 75 
273 square yards existing gran- 
ite block paving relaid 

@ 50c 136 50 

16 square yards flagging 
crosswalks hauled and 
laid @ $1 . 16 00 

28 square yards existing flag- 
ging crosswalks relaid @ 

50c 14 00 

666 square yards tar macadam 
surface furnished and 
placed @ 85c. . . 566 10 

34 square yard sexisting brick 

sidewalks relaid @ 30c, 10 20 

Carried forward . . . $1,307 45 $944 42 



268 



City Document No. 26. 



Brought forward 
3,634 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks furnished and 
laid @ 15c. . 
195 square feet artificial stone 
driveways furnished and 
laid @ 15c. . 
1 cover reset @ $3 . 



Less 549 linear feet 
straight edgestone 
hauled by city @ 5c. . 



$1,307 45 


$944 42 


545 10 




29 25 
3 00 




$1,884 80 




27 45 


1,857 35 





2,801 77 



Evans road, between Corey road and Brookline line. Length, 140 linear 
feet. Area, 458 square yards. Six-inch tar macadam roadway con- 
structed, edgestone set, block gutters paved, flagging crosswalks 
laid and artificial stone sidewalks constructed with a loam space. 



Engineering 

Inspection . 

Engineering expense 

Advertising . 

Teaming 

Edgestone, 320 feet 4 inches circular, 17 feet 

straight .... 
Flagging, 193 feet old granite 
Blocks, 605 old granite 
Amount paid to John J. Lane, under contract: 
Removing trees, bushes, 
stumps, etc. . 
237 cubic yards earth excava- 
tion @ 50c. . 
29 linear feet straight edge- 
stone hauled and set @ 

30c 

299 linear feet circular edge- 
stone set.* 
6 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 15c. 
97 square yards granite block 
paving hauled and laid 
@ 75c. ... 
42 square yards existing gran- 
ite block paving relaid 
@ 35c. . . . _ . 
29 square yards flagging 
crosswalks hauled and 
laid @ $1 r m . 
4 square yards existing flag- 
ging crosswalks relaid 

@50c 

332 square yards tar macadam 
surface furnished and 
placed @ 90c. 
1,824 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks furnished and 
laid @ 16c. . 
1 cover reset @ $3 



$101 


28 


31 


50 


1 


00 


6 


66 


9 


00 


384 


50 


69 


48 


12 


10 



Carried forward 



$0 01 
118 50 



8 70 



90 



72 75 



14 70 



29 00 



2 00 



298 80 



291 84 
3 00 



$840 20 



$615 52 



* No price bid for this work. 



Public Works Department. 



269 



Brought forward 
67 square yards loam spaces 

furnished, placed and 

seeded @ 25c. 



20 $615 52 

16 75 

856 95 



$1,472 47 



Gayland street, West Cottage street to Judson street. Length, 603 linear 



feet. Area, 1,700 square yards. 

sidewalks partially constructed. 
Engineering 
Inspection . 
Engineering expense . 
Advertising . 
Labor, handling stock 
Edgestone, 988 feet straight 



Edgestone set, gutters paved and 
(Work unfinished.) 

$91 53 

35 00 

40 

5 67 

14 84 

652 08 

$799 52 



Greenock street, between Blue Hill avenue and Harvard street. Length, 
576 linear feet. Area, 1,664 square yards. Six-inch asphalt macadam 
roadway constructed, edgestone set, block gutters paved, flagging 
crosswalks laid and artificial stone sidewalks constructed. 



Engineering 




$115 56 


Inspection 




91 00 


Engineering expense . 




4 30 


Advertising 




6 76 


Labor, handling stock 




17 83 


Edgestone, 1,090 feet 4 inches sti 


aight, 30 




feet 5 inches circular, 4 small corr 


lers . 


768 07 


Flagging, 120 feet 5 inches 




96 33 


Blocks, 9,825, old granite . 




167 70 


Teaming 




2 48 


Amount paid to James Doherty, u 


ader con- 




tract : 






Removing trees, bushes, 






stumps, etc. . 


$5 00 




902 cubic yards earth excava- 






tion @ 87c. 


784 74 




2 cubic yards rock excava- 






tion @ $3.25 . 


6 50 




1,104 linear feet straight edge- 






stone hauled and set @ 






22c. . 


242 88 




30 linear feet circular edge- 






stone set @ 15c. 


4 50 




24 linear feet existing edge- 






stone reset @ 14c. 


3 36 




285 linear feet crushed stone 






and concrete founda- 






tion furnished and 






placed @ 15c. 


42 75 




390 square yards granite block 






paving hauled and laid 






@ 75c 


292 50 




24 square yards existing gran- 






ite block paving relaid 






@ 45c. . . . _ . 


10 80 




26 square yards flagging 






crosswalks hauled and 






laid @ 85c. . 


22 10 





Carried forward 



1,415 13 



1,270 03 



270 City Document No. 26. 

Brought forward . . . $1,415 13 $1,270 03 
1,278 square yards asphalt mac- 
adam surface furnished 
and placed @ 97c. . 1,239 66 

7,209 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks furnished and 
laid @ 14|c. . . . 1,045 31 

139 square feet artificial stone 
driveways furnished and 
laid @ 14|c. ... 20 16 

11 covers reset @ $3 . . 33 00 



3,753 26 
$5,023 29 



Hadwin way, between Hyde Park avenue and Hammatt road. Six-inch 
tar macadam roadway constructed, edgestone set, block paving laid, 
flagging crosswalks laid and artificial stone sidewalks constructed. 



Engineering 


$45 66 


Inspection 


185 50 


Engineering expense 


2 35 


Labor, handling stock 


4 51 


Flagging, 45 feet 1 inch 


36 07 


Edgestone, 256 feet straight, 259 feet 6 




inches circular 


480 36 



Amount paid to West Roxbury Trap Rock 
Company, under contract: 
Removing trees, bushes, 

stumps, etc. . . . $10 00 

88 cubic yards subgrading 
(earth excavation) @ 

70c 61 60 

418 cubic yards filling fur- 
nished @ $1 . . : 418 00 
254 linear feet straight edge- 
stone hauled and set @ 

30c 76 20 

261 linear feet circular 'edge- 
stone set @ 25c. . . 65 25 
39 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 25c. . 9 75 
22 square yards existing gran- 
ite block paving relaid 
@ 25c 8 00 

10 square yards flagging 

crosswalks hauled and 

laid @ 40c. ... 4 00 

11 square yards existing flag- 

ging crosswalks relaid 

@ 25c 2 75 

469 square yards tar macadam 
surface furnished and 
placed @ 70c. . . 328 30 

2,701 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks furnished and 
laid @ 16c. . . . 432 16 

Extra work — Omit the 
hauling and laying of 
granite block paving and 
substitute the furnishing 
and laying of same: 



Carried forward .... $1,416 01 $754 45 



Public Works Department. 



271 



Brought forward . . . $1,416 01 $754 45 

181 square yards granite block 
paving furnished and 
laid @ $2.50 ... 452 50 

1,868 51 



$2,622 96 



Hallet street, between Minot street and New York, New Haven and Hartford 
Railroad. Length, 1,858 linear feet. Area, 7,020 square yards. 
Six-inch macadam roadway constructed, edgestone set, block gutters 
paved, nagging crosswalks laid and artificial stone sidewalks con- 
structed. 

Engineering $258 05 

Inspection 

Engineering expense . 

Labor, handling stock 

Blocks, 6,700, old granite 

Bricks . ... 

Flagging, 68 feet 3 inches 

Edgestone, 2 small corners 

Teaming 



59 


50 


3 


00 


1 


02 


134 


00 


215 


06 


53 


24 


7 


20 


3 


(JO 



$734 07 



Amount paid to James Doherty, under 
contract : 

Removing trees, bushes, 
stumps, etc. 
1,372 cubic yards earth excava- 
tion @ 40c. . 
1,124 cubic yards filling fur- 
nished @ 10c. 
3,563 linear feet straight edge- 
stone furnished and set 

@ 88c 

140 linear feet circular edge- 
stone set @ 14c. . 
208 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 14c. 
1,326 square yards granite 
block paving hauled 
and laid @ 80c. . 
66 square yards existing 
granite block paving 
relaid @ 40c. 
15 square yards flagging 
crosswalks hauled and 
laid @ 90c. . 
5,985 square yards macadam 
surface furnished and 
placed @ 77 c. 
2,440 square yards crushed 
stone sidewalks fur- 
nished and laid @ 54c, 
319 square yards brick side- 
walks laid @ 48c. 
3 covers reset @ $3 . 



Carried forward 



$45 00 


548 


80 


112 


40 


3,135 


44 


19 


60 


29 


12 


1,060 


80 


26 40 


13 


50 


4,608 


45 


1,317 


60 


153 
9 


12 
00 


$11,079 23 


$11,079 23 



$734 07 



272 City Document No. 26. 

Brought forward . . $11,079 23 $734 07 

Extra work — Construct 
drop-inlets and sluices 
where directed: 
15 drop-inlets and sluices 

constructed @ $26 . 390 00 

Extra work — Furnish 
and lay artificial stone 
sidewalks where di- 
rected, on westerly- 
side from Minot street : 
2,807 square feet artificial 
stone sidewalks fur- 
nished and laid @ 16c, 449 12 
Extra work — Haul and 
place filling: 
653 cubic yards filling 
hauled and placed @ 
75c 489 75 



L2,408 10 



Less amount paid in 

1912 . ... 7,588 75 



Amount paid to John Kelly Company, 
under contract: 
25,852 cubic yards filling fur- 
nished and placed @ 

74c $19,130 48 

Extra work — Build 
approach to Hallet 
street from the old 
road near the railroad : 
5 hours, foreman, @ 62^c, 3 13 

41 hours' labor @ 25c. . 10 25 

Plus 15 per cent on 
$13.38 .... 2 01 

10 days, double team, @ 

62|c. . . . 6 25 

Extra work — Build 

box culvert to drain 
adjacent marsh land : 
Box culvert furnished and 

built .... 120 00 



Less amount 
paid in 

1911 . . $5,661 00 
Less amount 

p a id in 

1912 . . 12,658 48 
Less amount 

drawn but 

not paid . 952 64 



$19,272 12 



19,272 12 



4,819 35 



5,553 42 



Hancock and Bowdoin streets, from Winter street to Hancock street. 
Length, 220 linear feet. Area, 1,235 square yards. Brick block 







$176 84 






157 50 






4 00 






4 40 






1 40 






24 00 


tr 




487 80 






74 60 






14 60 






3 25 



Public Works Department. 273 

roadway constructed, edgestone set, flagging crosswalks laid and 
artificial stone sidewalks constructed. 

Engineering .... 
Inspection .... 
Engineering expense . 
Advertising .... 
Labor, handling blocks 
Labor, stonecutter 
Edgestone, 406 feet 6 inches circular 
Flagging, 93 feet 3 inches . 
Blocks, 730, old granite 
Steam roller 

Amount paid to Central Construction Com- 
pany, under contract : 
408 linear feet circular edge- 
stone set @ 20c. . . $81 60 
162 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 20c. . 32 40 
169.2 cubic yards concrete base 
furnished and laid @ 
$5.50 .... 930 60 
25 square yards granite block 
paving hauled and laid, 
gravel joints, @ 80c. . 20 00 
17 square yards existing 
granite block paving re- 
laid, gravel joints, @ 

70c 1190 

14 square yards granite block 
paving hauled and laid, 
grout joints, including 
concrete base, @ $2 . 28 00 

5 squa re yards flagging 
crosswalks hauled and 
laid, gravel joints, @ 
$1.50 .... 7 50 

7 square yards existing 
flagging crosswalks re- 
laid, gravel joints, @ 

70c 4 90 

20 square yards flagging 
crosswalks hauled and 
laid, grout joints, in- 
cluding concrete base, 
@ $1.25 .... 25 00 

1,235 square yards brick block 
pavement furnished and 
laid @ $2.30 . . . 2,840 50 

3,796 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks furnished and 
laid @ 25c. ... 949 00 

205 square yards loam spaces, 
furnished, placed and 
seeded @ $1 . . . 205 00 

Extra work — Excavate 
rock in edgestone 
trenches where directed : 
16 cubic vards rock excavated 

© $3 ... 48 00 



Carried forward . . . $5,184 40 $948 39 



274 City Document No. 26. 

Brought forward . . . $5,184 40 $948 39 
Extra work — Fill aban- 
doned catch-basins: 

1 hour, foreman, @ 50c. . 50 

3 hours' labor @ 25c. . . 75 

Plus 15 per cent on $1.25 . 19 

5,185 84 



Credit: 114 feet straight edgestone, 58 
feet circular, 2 small corners, all old . 78 30 



,134 23 

$6,055 93 



Hansborough street, between Blue Hill avenue and Harvard street. Length, 
609 linear feet. Area, 2,301 square yards. Six-inch asphalt macadam 
roadway constructed, edgestone set, block gutters paved, nagging 
crosswalks laid and artificial stone sidewalks constructed. 

Engineering $87 14 

Inspection 52 50 

Engineering expense 1 50 

Advertising 6 76 

Labor, handling stock 15 26 

Edgestone, 881 feet straight, 19 feet 5 inches 

circular and 2 small corners .... 646 44 

Flagging, 112 feet 10 inches .... 94 26 

Blocks, 15,360 196 20 

Amount paid to James Doherty, under con- 
tract : 

Removing trees, bushes, 

stumps, etc. ... $5 00 

779 cubic yards earth excava- 
tion @ 55c. ... 428 45 
884 linear feet straight edge- 
stone hauled and set @ 

22c 194 48 

25 linear feet circular edge- 
stone set @ 15c. . 3 75 
301 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 14c. . 42 14 
419 square yards granite block 
paving hauled and laid 
@ 75c. . • . • . • 314 25 
20 square yards existing 
granite block paving 
relaid @ 45c. . . 9 00 
30 square yards fl a g g i n g 
crosswalks hauled and 
laid @ 85c. ... 25 50 
1,870 square yards asphalt mae- 
adam surface furnished 
and placed @ 97c. . 1,813 90 
8,765 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks furnished and 
laid @ 14Jc. . . . 1,270 93 
71 square feet artificial stone 
driveways furnish ed and 
laid @ 14|c. ... 10 30 
5 covers reset @ $3 . . 15 00 

Carried forward . . . $4,132 70 $1,100 06 



Public Works Department. 275 

Brought forward . . $4,132 70 $1,100 06 

Ext ra work — Haul sur- 
plus excavation to 
Dumas street: 

63 tons material hauled to 
Dumas street, £ mile 
overhaul, per \ mile per 
ton (section 1, Article 3 ) 
@ lie 6 93 



Less amount charged to 

Dumas street . 6 93 



,139 63 

4,132 70 



$5,232 76 

Harmon street, from Oakland street southeasterly for a distance of 90 feet. 
(Rough graded only.) 
Labor, employees excavating .... $919 13 

Teaming 344 36 

Labor, resetting sign post 1 12 

Dynamite and fuse 1 49 

$1,266 10 

Harold Park, southerly from Harold street. (Work not started.) 

Engineering $38 75 

Engineering expense 50 

Advertising 1 77 

$41 02 



Haverford street, from Montebello road 100 feet westerly. (Work not 
started.) 

Engineering $29 60 

Advertising 1 77 

$31 37 



Henshaw street, at Cambridge street. (Work not started.) 

Engineering $65 20 

Engineering expense 70 



$65 90 

Holiday street, between Bowdoin and Topliff streets. Length, 1,011 linear 
feet. Area, 2,921 square yards. Six-inch tar macadam roadway 
constructed, edgestone set, block gutters paved, flagging crosswalks 
laid and artificial stone sidewalks constructed. 

Engineering . 

Inspection 



$69 46 

94 50 

2 75 

1 75 

129 94 



Engineering expense . ■ . 

Labor, handling stock 

Flagging, 164 feet 10 inches 

Edgestone, 1,378 feet straight, 68 feet 10 

inches circular and 2 small corners . . 1,009 77 

Bricks, 3,650 43 80 

Blocks, 21,305, old granite .... 337 10 

Teaming 12 80 

Amount paid to James Doherty, under con- 
tract : 

Removing trees, bushes, 

stumps, etc., . . $5 00 



Carried forward ... $5 00 $1,701 87 



276 



City Document No. 26. 



$5 00 


$1,7C 


11 87 


660 00 






288 54 






11 40 






62 92 







383 50 



Brought forward 
1,320 cubic yards earth exca- 
vation @ 50c. 
1,374 linear feet straight edge- 
stone hauled and set 
@ 21c. 
76 linear feet circular edge- 
stone set @ 15c. 
572 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ lie. 
590 square yards granite 
block paving hauled 
and laid @ 65c. . 
165 square yards existing 
granite block paving 
relaid @ 35c. 
37 square yards nagging 
crosswalks laid @ 45c. 
51 square yards existing 
flagging crosswalks re- 
laid @ 40c. . 
2,214 square yards macadam 
surface furnished and 
placed @ 65c. 
12,702 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks furnished 
and laid @ 13c. . 
66 square feet artificial stone 
driveways furnished 
and laid @ 13c. 
8 covers reset @ $3 . 



Extra work — Remove 
trees where directed: 
10 hours, foreman, @ 62^c, 
230 hours' labor @ 25c. 

Plus 15 per cent on 

$63.75 .... 

16 hours, double team, @ 

75c 



Homes avenue, between Topliff and Draper streets. Length, 1,001 linear 
feet. Area, 2,892 square yards. Six-inch tar macadam roadway 
constructed, edgestone set, block gutters paved, flagging crosswalks 
laid and artificial stone sidewalks constructed. 

Engineering . 
Inspection . 
Engineering expense . 
Advertising . 
Labor, handling stock 
Edgestone, 1,763 feet 10 

small corners . 
Bricks, 25,150 
Lumber 
Teaming 
Blocks, 700, old granite 



57 


75 




16 


65 




20 


40 




1,439 


10 




1,651 


26 




8 
24 


58 
00 




$4,629 


10 




6 
57 


25 
50 




9 


56 




12 


00 


4,714 41 








<JpU,Tb±U Z/O 



inches straight, 10 



$167 22 


168 


00 


1 


70 


2 


76 


28 


46 


1,200 


13 


301 


so 


37 


91 


2 


40 


14 


00 



Carried forward 



L,924 38 



Public Works Department. 277 

1,924 38 







Amount paid to James Doherty, 


under con- 


tract : 




Removing trees, bushes, 




stumps, etc. 


$10 00 


1,108 cubic yards earth ex- 




cavation @ 55c. 


609 40 


10 cubic yards water box 




excavation @ $1.25 . 


12 50 


3 cubic yards rock excava- 




tion © $3 . 


9 00 


1,761 linear feet straight edge- 




stone hauled and set 




@ 21c. 


369 81 


32 linear feet circular 




edgestone set @ 15c, 


4 80 


214 linear feet existing edge- 




stone reset @ 12c. . 


25 68 


612 square yards granite 




block paving hauled 




and laid @ 65c. _ . 


397 80 


86 square yards existing 




granite block paving 




relaid @ 35c. . . 


30 10 


35 square yards existing 




flagging crosswalks 




relaid @ 40c. 


14 00 


12,180 square feet artificial 




stone sidewalks fur- 




nished and laid @ 




13c 


1,583' 40 


332 square feet artificial 




stone driveways fur- 




nished and laid @ 




13c 


43 16 


5 covers reset @ $3 


15 00 




$3,124 65 


Extra work — Omit 




w a t e r-bound mac- 




adam roadway and 




substitute tar mac- 




adam roadway: 




2,202 square yards tar mac- 




adam roadway fur- 




nished and placed @ 




85c. .... 


1,871 70 



4,996 35 
$6,920 73 

Howes street, between Dorchester avenue and Pleasant street. Length, 
591 linear feet. Area, 1,707 square yards. Six-inch tar macadam 
roadway constructed, edgestone set, block gutters paved, flagging 
crosswalks laid and artificial stone sidewalks constructed. 

Engineering $63 36 

Inspection 

Engineering expense . 

Advertising . 

Labor, handling stock 

Carried forward $110 30 



42 00 


50 


2 76 


1 68 



278 City Document No. 26. 

Brought forward $110 30 

Edgestone, 7 feet 5| inches circular and 4 

small corners . 23 36 

Flagging, 112 feet 89 60 

Blocks, 10,885 old granite .... 217 70 

Amount paid to James Doherty, under con- 
tract: 

Removing trees, bushes, 

stumps, etc. . . $5 00 

694 cubic yards earth ex- 
cavation @ 50c. . . 347 00 
13 linear feet circular edge- 
stone set @ 15c. . 1 95 
997 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ lie. . 109 67 
393 square yards granite 
block paving hauled 
and laid @ 50c. . . 196 50 
80 square yards existing 
granite block paving 
relaid © 35c. . . 28 00 
21 square yards flagging 
crosswalks hauled and 
laid @ 77c. ... 16 17 
1,166 square yards tar mac- 
adam surface furnished 
and placed @ 84c. . 979 44 
5,584 square feet artificial 
stone sidewalks fur- 
nished and laid @ 13c, 725 92 
144 square feet artificial 
stone driveways fur- 
nished and laid @ 13c, 18 72 
3 covers reset @ $3 . 9 00 
Extra work — Cut joints 
in old artificial stone to 
conform with new work 
and trim tree roots 
where directed: 
8 hours, finisher, @ 62§c . 
21 1 hours' labor @ 25c 

Plus 15 per cent on 
$10.38 .... 



Credit: Edgestone, 19 feet old, 
Flagging, 14 feet old . 



5 00 
5 38 

1 56 


2 449 31 






$6 65 
5 04 


$2,890 27 
11 69 







$2,878 58 



Islington street, between Webster street and Brighton avenue. Length, 
263 linear feet. Area, 622 square yards. Six-inch tar macadam road- 
way constructed, edgestone set, block gutters paved, flagging cross- 
walks laid and artificial stone sidewalks constructed. (Unfinished.) 

Engineering $84 71 

Inspection 42 00 

Engineering expense 75 

Advertising 5 89 

Carried forward $133 35 



Public Works Department. 



279 



Brought forward 

Edgestone, 463 feet 2 inches straight, 13 feet 
circular and 2 small corners .... 

Blocks, 700, old granite 

Amount paid to A. J. & G. H. McMurtry, 
under contract: 

Preparing site ... $2 00 

150 cubic yards earth excava- 
tion @ 60c. ... 90 00 
489 linear feet straight edge- 
stone and corners 
hauled and set @ 15c. . 73 35 
26 linear feet circular edge- 
stone set @ 10c. . . 2 60 
3 7 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 5c. . . 1 85 
26 square yards existing gran- 
ite block paving relaid 
@30c. .... 7 80 
8 square yards existing flag- 
ging crosswalks relaid 

@ 25c 2 00 

587 square yards tar macadam 
surface furnished and 
placed @ 65c. . . 381 55 

2,400 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks furnished and 
laid (unfinished) 

@ 7c 168 00 

2 covers reset @ $3 6 00 



Amount retained 



$735 15 
110 27 



$133 35 

337 17 
14 00 



624 88 



L,109 40 



Kenneth street, from Stratford street to Farrington avenue. 
Credit on account of overcharges in account for 1912 

Edgestone 

Teaming 



$264 65 
54 49 

$319 14 



Kilton street, between Park street and Talbot avenue. Length, 953 linear 
feet. Area, 2,751 square yards. Six-inch tar macadam roadway 
constructed, edgestone set, block gutters paved, flagging crosswalks 
laid and artificial stone sidewalks constructed. (No payment on con- 
tract until 1914.) 

Engineering . 

Inspection 

Engineering expense . 

Labor, handling stock 

Edgestone, 1,516 feet 5 inches straight, 9 feet 
5 inches circular, 4 small corners 

Flagging, 250 feet 

Blocks, 26,260 old granite 

Teaming; 

Amount paid to James Doherty, under con- 
contract 

L,996 73 



$85 50 


126 


no 


3 


75 


26 


99 


1,053 


()3 


195 


00 


502 


84 


3 


02 





00 



280 City Document No. 26. 

Kittredge street, between Metropolitan avenue and Cornell street. Work not 
started. 

Engineering $86 38 

Engineering expense 40 

$86 78 

* Lawndale terrace, between Lamartine and Amory streets. Length, 261 
linear feet. Area, 516 square yards. Six-inch tar macadam roadway 
constructed, edgestone set, block gutters paved, flagging crosswalks 
laid and artificial stone sidewalks constructed. (Unfinished.) 

Engineering $42 51 

Inspection 70 00 

Engineering expense ...... 1 45 

Advertising 4 20 

Labor, handling stock 8 33 

Flagging, 96 feet 10 inches .... 74 75 

Edgestone, 82 feet 6 inches circular and 440 

feet straight 405 40 

Blocks, 5,950, old granite 71 40 

Amount paid to James Doherty, under con- 
tract : 

Removing trees, etc. . $5 00 

308 cubic yards earth excava- 
tion @ 65c. ... 200 20 
439 linear feet straight edge- 
stone haUled and set @ 

25c 109 75 

83 linear feet circular edge- 
stone set @ 18c. . . 14 94 
9 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 15c. . 1 35 
171 square yards granite block 
paving hauled and laid 
@ 80c 136 80 

1 square yard existing gran- 

ite block paving relaid 

@ 50c 50 

19 square yards fl a g g i n g 
crosswalks hauled and 
laid @ 90c. ... 17 10 

354 square yards tar macadam 
surface furnished and 
placed @ $1 . _ ... 354 00 

2 square yards existing brick 

sidewalks relaid @ 35c, 70 

1,750 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks furnished and 
laid (unfinished) @ 7c, 122 50 

Building fence . . . 179 00 

$1,141 84 
Less 5 per cent retained . 57 09 

1,084 75 

$1,760 79 

Lithgow street, between Washington street and Talbot avenue. Length, 
464 linear feet. Area, 1,404 square yards. Six-inch tar macadam 

* See, also, special appropriation, "Tunnel under railroad tracks between Boylston 
and Green streets, Jamaica Plain." 



Public Works Department. 



281 



roadway constructed, edgestone set, block gutters paved, flagging 
crosswalks laid and artificial stone sidewalks constructed. 

$91 70 

22 50 

1 45 

3 40 

6 76 

11 84 

170 40 

181 20 

1 44 

37 50 



Engineering . 
Inspection . 
Engineering expense 
Labor, handling stock 
Advertising . 

Edgestone, 10 feet 3 inches and 2 small corners, 
Flagging, 213 feet 
Blocks, 12,300 . 
Teaming 
Steam roller 
Amount paid to Jeremiah J. McCarthy Com- 
pany, under contract: 

Removing trees, bushes, 
stumps, etc. . 
501 cubic yards subgrading 
(earth excavation) @ 

65c 

2| cubic yards subgrading 
(rock excavation) @ $4, 
10 linear feet straight edge- 
stone set @ 15c. 
7 linear feet circular 
stone set @ 15c. 
591 linear feet existing 
stone reset @ 15c. 
294 square yards granite block 
paving hauled and laid 

@70c 

53 square yards existing gran- 
ite block paving relaid 
@ 40c. . . . _ . 
43 square yards flagging 
crosswalks hauled and 
laid @ $1 
12 square yards existing flag- 
ging crosswalks relaid 

@40c 

1,125 square yards tar macadam 

surface furnished and 

placed @ 84c. 

2,285 square feet artificial stone 

sidewalks furnished and 

1 



edge- 



Si 00 



325 65 

10 00 

1 50 

1 05 

88 65 



205 80 



21 20 



43 00 



945 00 



laid @ 15c. . 
cover reset @ $3 


342 75 
3 00 


1,955 90 




Less 2| days' use of city 
steam roller @ $15 


$1,993 40 
37 50 








$2,584 09 



hovering place, between Washington street and Harrison avenue. Length, 
331 linear feet. Area, 579 square yards. Street widened, edgestone 
set, flagging crosswalks laid, roadway paved with asphalt and arti- 
ficial stone sidewalks were constructed on the northerly side of the 
street and brick sidewalks on the southerly side. 

Engineering $44 43 

Inspection 91 00 



Carried forward 



$135 43 



282 



City Document No. 26. 



Brought forward 
Engineering expense . 
Advertising .... 
Labor, handling stock 
Edgestone, 307 feet 11 inches straight, 2 large 

corners . . . 
Blocks, 25, old granite 
Bricks, 4,100 
Flagging .... 

Amount paid to James Doherty, under 
contract : 

Removing trees, fences, 

etc 

305 linear feet straight edge- 
stone hauled and set @ 

26c 

10 linear feet circular edge- 
stone set @ 15c. . 
373 linear feet existing 
edgestone reset @ 15c, 
29 square yards existing 
granite block paving 
relaid, gravel joints, @ 

51c 

13 square yards existing 
granite block paving 
relaid, pitch joints, in- 
cluding concrete base, 
@ $2.05 .... 
12 square yards flagging 
crosswalks hauled and 
laid, pitch joints, in- 
cluding concrete base, 
@ $2.27 .... 
525 square yards concrete 
base, bituminous con- 
crete binder and asphalt 
wearing surface fur- 
nished and laid @ $2.74, 
167 square yards brick side- 
walks relaid @ 43c. 
997 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks furnished and 
laid @ 19c. . 
1 cover reset @ $3 
Extra work — Remove 
old concrete under edge- 
stone : 

72 hours' labor @ 25c. . 
Plus 15 per cent on $18 . 
Extra work — Seal up 
abandoned manhole: 
4 hours, mason, @ 70c. 
10 hours' labor @ 25c. . 
Plus 15 per cent on $5.30, 
| barrel cement @ $1.85 



$20 00 



79 30 



1 50 



55 95 



14 79 



26 65 



27 24 



1,438 50 



71 81 



189 


43 


3 


00 


18 


00 


2 


70 


2 


80 


2 


50 




80 




93 



$135 43 

3 25 

4 00 

5 72 

227 54 

50 

43 70 

40 65 



1,955 90 



2,416 79 



Public Works Department. 283 

Lubec street, between Gove street and Porter street. (Work not started.) 

Engineering $65 75 

Engineering expense ....".. 42 

Advertising 3 58 

$69 75 

Maitland street, between Beacon street and Boston & Albany Railroad. 
(Work done in 1912.) 
Engineering expense $0 40 

Manthorne road, between Weld street and Centre street. (Work not 
started.) 
Engineering $43 00 

Marlowe street, between Vinson street and Park street. (Work not started.) 

Engineering $38 60 

Engineering expense 40 

Advertising . 5 67 

Edgestone, 9 feet 4 inches circular . . 11 20 

$55 87 

Marmion street, between Montebello road and 112 feet southwesterly. 
(Work not started.) 

Engineering $31 25 

Advertising 1 77 

$33 02 

Mascoma street, between Quincy street and Lawrence avenue. Length* 
605 linear feet. Area, 1,748 square yards. (Work unfinished.) 
Constructed 6-inch tar macadam roadway, edgestone set, block gutters 
paved, flagging crosswalks laid and artificial stone sidewalks con- 
structed. 

Engineering 

Inspection 

Engineering expense 

Labor, handling stock . . . . 

Edgestone, 1,043 feet 1 inch straight . 
Flagging, 165 feet 6 inches, 46 feet 6 inches 

circular 

Blocks, 14,087, old granite .... 

Teaming 

Amount paid the Fred S. and A. D. Gore 
Corporation, under contract: 
Removing trees, brushes, 

stumps, etc. ... $1 00 

800 cubic yards earth excava- 
tion @ 50c. . . . 400 00 
1,037 linear feet straight edge- 
stone hauled and set @ 
19c. . . . . 197 03 
54 linear feet circular edge- 
stone set @ 13c. . 7 02 
80 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 13c. . 10 40 
347 square yards granite block 
paving hauled and laid 
@ 55c 190 85 



$76 


65 


301 


00 


4 


05 


16 


59 


754 


71 


59 


58 


281 


74 


3 


00 



Carried forward . . . $806 30 $1,497 32 



284 City Document No. 26. 



Brought forward . . . $806 30 $1,497 32 

94 square yards existing gran- 
ite block paving relaid 
@ 43c 40 42 

38 square yards flagging 
crosswalks hauled and 
laid @ 85c. . . . 23 80 

29 square yards existing flag- 
ging crosswalks relaid @ 

43c 12 47 

1,367 square yards tar macadam 
surface furnished and 
placed @ 83c. . . 1,134 61 

7,153 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks furnished and 
laid © 13c. _ . m . . 929 89 

58 square feet artificial stone 
driveways furnished and 
laid @ 13c. ... 7 54 

5 covers reset @ $3 . . • 15 00 



$2,970 03 
Less 15 per cent retained . 445 50 



2,524 53 

$4,021 85 



$151 


93 


196 


00 


3 


29 


23 


4S 


1,858 


15 


92 


47 


390 


68 



Mascot street, between Mountain and Ballou avenues. Length, 1,151 linear 
feet. Area, 3,325 square yards. Six-inch tar macadam roadway 
constructed, edgestone set, block gutters paved, flagging crosswalks 
laid and artificial stone sidewalks constructed. 

Engineering 

Inspection 

Engineering expense 

Labor, handling stock 

Edgestone, 1,450 feet straight, 697 feet 2 inches 

circular and 2 small corners .... 

Flagging, 115 feet 7 inches .... 

Blocks, 29,650 old granite .... 

Amount paid to James Doherty, under 

contract : 
Removing trees, bushes, 

stumps, etc. . . $30 00 

967 cubic yards earth excava- 
tion @ 45c. . . . 435 15 
5 cubic yards rock excava- 
tion @ $3.50 . . 17 50 
1,440 linear feet straight edge- 
stone hauled and set @ 

19c 273 60 

707 linear feet circular edge- 
stone set @ 12c. . 84 84 
55 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ lie. . 6 05 
752 square yards granite 
block paving hauled 
and laid @ 69c. . . 518 88 
1 square yard existing gran- 
ite block paving relaid 
@ 33c 33 



Carried forward . . . $1,366 35 $2,716 00 



Public Works Department. 285 



Brought forward . . _ . $1,366 35 $2,716 00 
24 square yards flagging 
crosswalks hauled and 
laid @ 69c. ... 16 56 

2,593 square yards tar macadam 
surface furnished and 
placed @ 81c. . . 2,100 33 

13,643 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks furnished 
and laid @ 13c. . . 1,773 59 

57 square feet artificial stone 
driveways furnished 
and laid @ 13c. . 
22 covers reset @ $3 . 
Extra work — Grade ap- 
proaches as directed: 
12 hours' labor @ 25c. 
Plus 15 per cent on $3 . 



Maxfield street, between La Grange and Bellevue streets. Length, 769 
linear feet. Area, 2,222 square yards. Six-inch tar macadam road- 
way constructed, edgestone set, block gutters paved, flagging cross- 
walks laid and artificial stone sidewalks constructed with seeded 
loam spaces. 



7 41 
66 00 






3 00 
45 


5,333 69 






$8,049 69 



Engineering 




$49 07 


Inspection 




266 00 


Engineering expense .... 




95 


Labor, handling stock 




24 58 


Edgestone, 1,512 feet 6 inches straight, 37 feet 




6 inches circular, 4 small corners . 




1,011 57 


Flagging, 105 feet .... 




84 00 


Blocks, 22,625, old granite 




326 58 


Amount paid to West Roxbury Trap Rock 




Company, under contract: 






Removing trees, bushes, 






stumps, etc. . 


$10 00 




860 cubic yards earth excava- 






tion @ 60c. . 


516 00 




\\ cubic yards rock excava- 






tion @ $3 


4 50 




1,506 linear feet straight edge- 






stone hauled and set @ 






25c. 


376 50 




51 linear feet circular edge- 






stone set @ 25c. 


12 75 




683 linear feet crushed stone 






and concrete foundation 






furnished and placed @ 






30c 


204 90 




537 square yards granite block 






paving hauled and laid 






@ $1.25 .... 


671 25 




26 square yards existing 






granite block paving re- 






laid @ 50c. . 


13 00 




23 square yards flagging 






crosswalks hauled and 






laid @ 50c. . 


11 50 





Carried forward . . . $1,820 40 $1,762 75 



286 



City Document No. 26. 



Brought forward 
1,756 square yards tar macadam 
surface furnished and 
placed @ 60c. 
7,157 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks furnished and 
laid @ 14c. 
9 covers reset @ $3 
295 square yards loam spaces 
furnished, placed and 
. seeded @, 40c. 



Less 1,000 second-hand 
paving blocks taken by 
contractor @ 2c. . 



51,820 40 $1,762 75 
1,053 60 



1,001 98 
27 00 



118 00 

$4,020 98 



20 00 



4,000 98 



5,763 73 



11 inches 



$0 01 

74 00 

116 50 

22 60 
2 55 

48 24 

25 50 

42 00 



7 50 



$127 04 


80 


50 


3 


85 


6 


76 


2 


46 


95 


fiO 


39 


00 


44 00 


84 


50 


13 


00 



Mitchell street, from Old Colony avenue about 240 feet northerly. Length, 
265 linear feet. Area, 382 square yards. Filling made, edgestone 
set, block gutters paved, flagging crosswalks laid, brick sidewalks 
laid, retaining wall built and 6-inch tar macadam roadway con- 
structed. (Work unfinished.) 

Engineering 

Inspection 

Engineering expense . 

Advertising 

Labor, handling stock 

Edgestone, 114 feet 1 inch straight 

Flagging, 50 feet 

Blocks, 2,100 old granite, 16 feet 
circular 

Bricks, 6,500 .... 

Steam roller .... 

Amount paid to William J. Rafferty Com 
pany, under contract: 
Removing trees, bushes, 
stumps, etc. 
74 cubic yards earth excava- 
tion @ $1 . 

233 cubic yards filling furnished 
@50c. .... 

113 linear feet straight edge- 
stone hauled and set @ 
20c. . . 
17 linear feet circular edgestone 
set @ 15c. 

402 linear feet existing edgestone 
reset @ 12c. 
51 square yards granite block 
paving hauled and laid @ 
50c. . . . 

120 square yards existing gran- 
ite block paving relaid @ 

35c 

10 square yards flagging cross- 
walks hauled and laid @, 
75c 



Carried forward 



$338 90 



71 



Public Works Department. 287 

$496 71 



Brought forward 


$338 90 


233 square yards tar macadam 




surface furnished and 




placed @ 95c. . 


221 35 


162 square yards brick sidewalks 




laid @ 38c. . . . 


61 56 


38 square yards existing brick 




sidewalks relaid @ 30c. . 


11 40 


4 covers reset @ $3 


12 00 


Building wall . 


175 00 




$820 21 


Less 15 per cent retained, 


123 03 



$128 


S3 


232 


75 


2 


85 


22 


32 


1,953 


09 


179 


92 


524 


10 



697 18 

$1,193 89 

Montclair avenue, between Centre and Fletcher streets. Length, 1,106 
linear feet. Area, 3,195 square yards. Set edgestone, pave gutters, 
flagging crosswalks laid, artificial stone sidewalks constructed and 
6-inch tar macadam roadway constructed. 

Engineering 

Inspection 

Engineering expense 

Labor, handling stock 

Edgestone, 1,319 feet 8 inches straight, 838 
feet circular and 5 small corners . 

Flagging, 225 feet 1 inch 

Blocks, 26,300, old granite .... 
Amount paid to Thomas F. Minton, under 
contract : 

Removing trees, bushes, 

stumps, etc. . . . $10 00 

1,638 cubic yards earth excava- 
tion @ 50c. ... 819 00 
14 cubic yards water-box ex- 
cavation © $1 14 00 
1 cubic vard rock excava- 
tion @ $2 .. . 2 00 
1,307 linear feet straight edge- 
stone hauled and set @ 

28c 365 96 

889 linear feet circular edge- 
stone set @ 18c. . . 160 02 
50 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 18c. . 9 00 
730 linear feet crushed stone 
and concrete founda- 
tion furnished and 
placed @ 35c. . 255 50 
781 square yards granite block 
paving hauled and laid 
@ $1 ... . 781 00 
37 square yards existing gran- 
ite block paving relaid 
@ 45c. .... 16 65 
50 square yards flagging 

crosswalks laid @ 50c, 25 00 

9,895 square feet artificial 
stone sidewalks fur- 
nished and laid @ 15c, 1,484 25 

Carried forward . . . $3,942 38 $3,043 86 



288 City Document No. 26. 

3,043 86 



Brought forward 


$3,942 38 


164 square feet artificial 






stone driveways fur- 






nished and laid @ 15c, 


24 


60 


16 covers reset @ $3 


48 


00 


Extra work — Omit 






water-bound macadam 






roadway and substitute 






tar macadam roadway: 






2,509 square yards tar macad- 






am roadway furnished 






and laid @ 75c. 


1,881 


75 


Extra work- — Omit 






loam spaces and sub- 






stitute full width artifi- 






cial stone sidewalks: 






3,700 square feet artificial 






stone sidewalks fur- 






nished and laid @ 15c. 


555 


00 


Extra work — Raise 






manholes over 6 inches: 






6 manholes raised @ $5 


30 


00 


Extra work — Haul cir- 






cular edgestone from 






' Centre street: 






14 days' labor @ $2 


28 


00 


Plus 15 per cent on $28 . 


4 


20 


7 days, double team, @ $6 . 


42 


00 


Extra work — Lay blocks 






on cement in front of 






trees : 






h day, paver, @< $5 


2 


50 


2 days' labor @ $2 


4 


00 


Plus 15 per cent on $6.50 . 




98 


1 bag Portland cement @ 






50c 




50 



6,563 91 
$9,607 77 



Montebello road, from Washington street to Brookside avenue. Work 
not started. 

Engineering $102 06 

Engineering expense 40 

Advertising 6 27 

Flagging, 19 feet 5 inches 15 15 

$123 88 

Morton street, Blue Hill avenue to beyond Leslie street. 

Final payment made to James Doherty on contract for work 

done in 1911 $858 88 

Morton street, west side, from Greendale road 607 feet. Work not started. 
Advertising $1 77 

Mountfort street, between Audubon road and St. Mary's street. Length, 
306 linear feet. Area, 1,209 square yards. Six-inch Bermudez asphalt 
macadam roadway constructed, edgestone set, block gutters paved, 
flagging crosswalks laid and artificial stone sidewalks constructed. 



Public Works Department. 



289 



Engineering . 

Inspection 

Engineering expense . 

Advertising . 

Labor, handling blocks 

Edgestone, 366 feet straight, 26 feet 8 inches 

circular 
Flagging, 95 feet . 
Blocks, 600 old granite 

Amount paid to James Doherty, under con- 
tract : 

Removing trees, bushes, 
stumps, etc. . 
96 cubic yards earth excava- 
tion @ 50c. . 
309 cubic yards filling fur- 
nished @ 70c. 
360 linear feet straight edge- 
stone hauled and set @ 

22c 

27 linear feet circular edge- 
stone set @ 15c. . 
17 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 15c. 
214 square yards granite block 
paving hauled and laid 

@ 75c 

5 square yards existing gran- 
ite block paving relaid 

@ 45c 

20 square yards flagging 
crosswalks hauled and 
laid @ 85c. . 
970 square yards asphalt mac- 
adam surface furnished 
and placed @ $1.15 
2,462 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks furnished and 
laid @ 15c. . 
Extra work — Furnish 
and place filling on ap- 
proaches as directed: 
991 cubic yards filling fur- 
nished and placed @ 

70c 

Extra work — Rebuild 
top of manhole: 
4 hours, mason, @ 62§c. 
4 hours, tender, @ 25c. 
4 hours' labor @ 25c. 
Plus 15 per cent on $4.50 
240 bricks @ $10.50 per M. 
3 bags cement @ 50c. 



Credit: Blocks, 1,600 old granite 



$155 38 


73 


50 


3 


20 


6 


SI 


6 


1)1 


276 


30 


76 00 


12 


00 



$5 00 



48 00 



216 30 



79 20 



4 05 



2 55 



160 50 



2 25 



17 00 



1,115 50 



369 30 



693 70 



2 50 




1 00 




1 00 




68 




2 52 




1 50 






2,722 55 






$3,332 65 


be- 


32 00 



$3,300 65 



290 



City Document No. 26. 



Myrick street, from Eastern street to Coolidge road. (Work not started.) 

Engineering . $48 61 

Engineering expense 50 

Advertising 5 77 

$54 88 

Naples road, between Commonwealth avenue and Brookline line. Length, 
135 linear feet. Area, 498 square yards. Six-inch tar macadam 
roadway constructed, edgestone set, block gutters paved, flagging 
crosswalks laid and artificial stone sidewalks constructed. 



Engineering 

Inspection 

Engineering expense 

Advertising 

Edgestone, 250 feet old, and 2 small corners . 

Flagging, 20 feet old 

Teaming 

Amount paid to John J. Lane, under contract : 
Removing trees, bushes, 

stumps, etc. ... $0 01 

173 cubic yards earth excava- 
tion @ 50c. ... 86 50 
255 linear feet straight edge- 
stone and corners hauled 
and set @ 25c. . . 63 75 
124 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 15c. . 18 60 
85 square yards granite block 
paving hauled and laid 

@ 75c 63 75 

57 square yards existing gran- 
ite block paving relaid 
@ 35c. ...- • 19 95 

10 square yards existing flag- 
ging crosswalks relaid 

@ 50c 5 00 

403 square yards tar macadam 
surface furnished and 
placed @ 90c. . 362 70 

1,837 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks furnished and 
laid @ 16c. ... 293 92 

2 covers reset @ $3 . . 6 00 

Extra work — Haul and 
lay flagging crosswalks 
as directed: 
4.4 square yards flagging 
crosswalks hauled and 
laid @ $1 4 40 



$59 18 

14 00 

1 75 

6 86 
91 10 

7 20 
3 00 



924 58 



,107 67 



Normandy street, between Creston and Intervale streets. Length, 265 
linear feet. Area, 766 square yards. Six-inch tar macadam road- 
way constructed, edgestone set, block gutters paved, flagging cross- 
walks laid and artificial stone sidewalks constructed. 

Engineering $101 63 

Inspection 108 50 

Engineering expense ....... 1 85 

Labor, handling stock 2 06 



Carried forivard 



$214 04 



Public Works Department. 



291 



Brought forward 

Edgestone, 244 feet 1 inch straight and 10 feet 

5 inches circular 
Flagging, 77 feet 
Blocks, 7,600 old granite 
Advertising . 
Teaming 

Amount paid to Hugh J. McGuire, under 
contract: 

Removing trees, bushes, 

etc $1 00 

313 cubic yards earth ex- 
cavation @ 55c. . . 172 15 
237 linear feet straight edge- 
stone hauled and set 

@22c 52 14 

10 linear feet circular edge- 
stone set.* 
76 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 14c. . 10 64 
181 square yards granite 
block hauled and laid 



existing 
paving 



ggmg 
and 



144 80 



11 50 



25 50 



4 50 



574 20 



$214 04 

176167 
52 08 

152 00 
6 38 
lf50 



@ 80c. . 
23 square yards 
granite block 
relaid @ 50c. 
17 square yards 

crosswalks hauled 
laid at $1.50 . 
6 square yards existing 
flagging crosswalks re- 
laid @ 75c. . 
638 square yards tar mac- 
adam surface fur- 
nished and placed @ 
90c. . . . 

1,904 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks furnished 
and laid @ 15c. 
4 covers reset @ $3 . 
Extra work — Cut gutter- 
mouth as directed: 
If days, stonecutter, @ $5, 
Plus 15 per cent on $6.25, 



Orient avenue, from Walley street to beyond Tower street. Six-inch 
asphalt macadam roadway constructed, edgestone set, block gutters 
paved, flagging crosswalks laid and artificial stone sidewalks con- 
structed. (Work unfinished ) 

Engineering . 

Inspection 

Engineering expense . 

Advertising . 

Labor, handling stock 

Edgestone, 3,766 feet straight, 660 feet 4| 
inches circular and 10 small corners . 

Flagging, 713 feet 10 inches .... 



285 60 
12 00 




6 25 
94 


1,301 22 









$566 


81 


367 


50 


11 


36 


6 


76 


11 


33 


3,763 


52 


427 


88 



Carried forward 



$5,155 16 



* No price bid for this kind of work. 



292 



City Document No. 26. 



Brought forward 

Amount paid to James Doherty, under 
contract: 
27 trees and stumps re- 
moved @ $7 . . $189 00 
2,500 cubic yards earth ex- 
cavation @ 60c. . . 1,500 00 
3,700 linear feet straight 
edgestone hauled and 
set @ 23c. ... 851 00 
615 linear feet circular edge- 
stone set @ 15c. . 92 25 
70 linear feet existing 
edgestone reset @ 

15c 10 50 

700 linear feet crushed stone 
and concrete founda- 
tion furnished and 
placed @ 17c. . # . 119 00 

' 1,300 square yards granite 
block paving fur- 
nished and laid @ 
$2.12 . . . _ . 
80 square yards flagging 
crosswalks hauled 
and laid @ 90c. . 
26,000 square feet artificial 
stone sidewalks fur- 
nished and laid @ 

16c 

4 covers reset @ $3 . 



5,155 16 



Less 15 per 
retained 



cent 



2,756 


00 


72 


00 


4,160 
12 


00 
00 


$9,761 


75 


1,464 


2(3 



8,297 49 



$13,452 65 



Perkins street, from Prince street to Brookline line. Length, 315 feet. 

Widened, subgraded, resurfaced with macadam 4 inches deep and 

dish gutters paved. 
Labor, employees paving gutters • . 
Labor, employees macadamizing roadway 
Cement 

Crushed stone, 117 tons 
Teaming 
Water cart . 
Gravel, 26 double loads 
Steam roller . 
Advertising . 

$722 20 



$156 00 


122 


50 




93 


122 


94 


137 


87 


33 


00 


36 


40 


110 


.30 


2 


06 



Pinehurst street, from Belgrade avenue to Dudley avenue. (Work not 
started.) 
Engineering $102 53 



Playstead road, between Savin Hill avenue and Springdale street. Length, 
335 linear feet. Area, 1,049 square yards. Six-inch tar macadam 
roadway constructed, edgestone set, block gutters paved, flagging 
crosswalks laid and artificial stone sidewalks constructed. 



Public Works Department. 



293 



81 feet 1 



Engineering .... 
Inspection .... 
Engineering expense . 

Advertising 

Labor, handling stock 

Edgestone, 639 feet 8 inches straight, 

inches circular .... 
Flagging, 116 feet 6 inches 

Bricks, 110 

Amount paid to William J. Rafferty Company, 

under contract: 

Removing trees, bushes, 
stumps, etc. . 

299 cubic yards earth excava- 
tion @ 40c. . 

80 cubic yards rock excava- 

tion @ $5 
630 linear feet straight edge- 
stone hauled and set @ 
20c 

81 linear feet circular edge- 

stone set @ 15c. . 

37 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 15c. 

36 square yards existing gran- 
ite block paving relaid 
@ 50c. . . . _ . 

26 square yards flagging 
crosswalks hauled and 
laid @ $1 . . 
8 square yards existing flag- 
ging crosswalks relaid 

@ 75c 

733 square yards tar macadam 
surface furnished and 
placed @ 95c. 

19 square yards existing brick 
sidewalks relaid @ 50c, 
4,405 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks furnished and 
laid @ 16c. 
4 covers reset @ $3 
Extra work — Omit the 
hauling and laying of 
granite block paving 
and substitute the fur- 
nishing and laying of 
the same: 
246 square yards granite block 
paving furnished and 
laid @ $1.90 . 



$0 01 
119 60 



400 00 



126 00 

12 15 

5 55 



18 00 



26 00 



6 00 



696 35 
9 50 



704 80 
12 00 



$135 80 


147 


00 


2 


60 


6 


86 


11 


34 


545 


12 


93 


20 


1 


43 



Potosi street, from Mt. 
Engineering . 
Engineering expense 
Advertising . 



467 40 



Ida road to Percival street. 



2,603 36 



,546 71 



(Work not started.) 
$53 43 
40 
6 16 
$59 99 



Priesing street, between Mozart street and Chestnut avenue. Length, 
680 linear feet. Area, 523 square yards. Six-inch tar macadam 
roadwav constructed for a distance of about 225 linear feet from 



294 



City Document No. 26. 



Mozart street, edgestone set, block gutters paved, nagging crosswalks 

laid and artificial stone sidewalks constructed. 
Engineering 
Inspection 



Engineering expense . 

Advertising . . ■ 

Labor, handling stock . . . • 

Edgestone, 145 feet 11 inches straight, 298 feet 

10 inches circular . 
Flagging . ■ • ■ . ■ 
Blocks, 5,175 old granite . 
Teaming 

AmounTpakl' to John Kelly Company, under 
contract : 

570 cubic yards earth excava- 
tion © 45c. . 
143 linear feet straight edge- 
stone hauled and set © 
16c. . . - ■ • 

300 linear feet circular edge- 
stone set @ 15c. . • 
1,017 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset © 10c. 
137 square yards granite block 
paving hauled and laid 

© 75c 

370 square yards existing gran- 
ite block paving relaid 
© 35c. . • ■ . ■ 
34 square yards flagging 
crosswalks hauled and 
laid @ $1 • 
523 square yards tar macadam 
surface furnished and 
placed © 75c. 
8,366 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks furnished and 
laid © 15c. . 
8 covers reset © 13 



Less 3 days' use of city 
steam roller © $15 

Less 600 second-hand pav- 
ing blocks taken by con- 
tractor © 2c. 

Less 125 second - hand 
crossing blocks taken by 
contractor © 10c. 



Credit: Edgestone, 19 feet 
10 inches and 5 small 
corners (old) . 

Flagging, 20 feet 4 inches 
(old) . . ■ • 



$256 50 



22 88 

45 00 

101 70 



102 75 



129 50 



34 00 



392 25 



1,254 90 
24 00 



$2,363 48 
45 00 

$2,318 48 



12 00 




$21 94 
7 32 



$109 34 
123 00 
2 40 
6 81 
4 36 



460 74 

115 93 

103 50 

10 63 

44 30 



2,293 98 

£3,274 99 



29 26 



5,245 73 



Public Works Department. 



295 



Providence street, from 70 feet east of Church street to Berkeley street. 
Length, 1,117 linear feet. Area, 4,316 square yards. Roadway 
paved with granite blocks on a concrete base, with pitch and pebble 
joints, edgestone set, flagging crosswalks laid, and artificial stone side- 
walks were constructed on the north side of the street and brick side- 
walks on the south side. 



Engineering 


$154 84 


Inspection 


97 12 


Engineering expense 


6 85 


Labor, handling stock .... 


8 13 


Advertising 


4 30 


Edgestone, 779 feet 8 inches straight, 52 f< 


?et 


11| inches circular and 1 large corner 


597 11 


Flagging, 232 feet 8 inches . 


197 00 


Bricks, 5,450 


70 85 


Blocks, 44,880 old granite 


778 18 


Cement 


44 


Teaming .... . 


382 16 


Gravel, 91 double loads and 65 tons 


179 40 


Labor, employees filling sidewalks . 


9 75 


Labor, employees repaving gutters . 


42 75 


Labor, employees filling roadway . 


172 26 



Amount paid to Coleman Brothers, under 
contract : 

480 linear feet straight edge- 
stone hauled and set @ 

20c 

75 linear feet circular edge- 
stone set @ 20c. . 
921 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 15c. 
338 square yards existing gran- 
ite block paving relaid, 
gravel joints, @ 50c. . 
3,848 square yards granite block 
paving furnished and 
laid, pitch joints, includ- 
ing concrete base, @ 
$3.65 ... 
56 square yards existing gran- 
ite block relaid, pitch 
joints, @ $1 . 
49 square yards flagging 
crosswalks hauled and 
laid, pitch joints, includ- 
ing concrete base, @ 
$1.80 . . . 
19 square yards existing flag- 
ging crosswalks relaid, 
pitch joints, @ $1 . 
6 square yards existing flag- 
ging crosswalks relaid, 
pitch joints, including 
concrete base, @$1.75 . 
162 square yards brick side- 
walks laid @ 30c. 
8,960 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks furnished and 
laid @ 16c. . 
15 covers reset @ $3 . 



$96 00 

15 00 

138 15 

169 00 

14,045 20 
56 00 

88 20 
19 00 

10 50 
48 60 



1,433 60 
45 00 



Carried forward 



$16,164 25 $2,701 14 



296 City Document No. 26. 

Brought forward . . . $16,164 25 $2,701 14 
Drill bar and remove old 
wall: 
510 hours' labor @ 25c. . 127 50 

Plus 15 per cent on 
$127.50 .... 
20 hours, double team, @ 75c, 
Extra work — Chip grout 
from old paving blocks: 
184 hours' labor @ 25c. . 

Plus 15 per cent on $45 . 
Extra work — Repair 
street as directed over 
settlement : 
8 hours, foreman, @ 50c. 
6 hours, paver, @ 62§c. 
56 hours' labor @ 25c. . 
Plus 15 per cent on $21.75, 
4 hours, double team, @ 

75c 3 00 

2 tons crushed stone @ 

$1.50 .... 3 00 

2 bbls. Portland cement @ 

$2 4 00 



19 


13 


15 


00 


45 


00 


6 


90 


4 


00 


3 


75 


14 


00 


3 


20 



$16,413 79 



Less amount charged to 
Paving Service appro- 
priation .... 4,103 45 



12,310 34 

$15,011 48 



Puritan avenue, from Richfield street to unnamed street. (Work not 
started.) 

Engineering $73 55 

Engineering expense 1 00 

Advertising 5 97 

$80 52 

Quincefield street, between Humphreys and Wendover streets. Length, 
263 linear feet. Area, 672 square yards. Six-inch tar macadam 
roadway constructed, edgestone set, block gutters paved, flagging 
crosswalks laid and artificial stone sidewalks constructed. 

Engineering 

Inspection 

Engineering expense 

Advertising 

Labor, handling stock ... 
Edgestone, 23 feet 11 inches straight, 27 feet 

5^ inches circular 

Blocks, 5,895 old granite . . ■ . 
Amount paid to James Doherty, under con- 
tract : 

Removing trees, bushes, 

stumps, etc. ... $5 00 

274 cubic yards earth excava- 
tion @ 60c. ... 164 40 
14 linear feet straight edge- 
stone hauled and set @ 
22c 3 OS 



$123 


19 


38 50 


1 


85 


6 


96 




21 


47 


88 


76 


74 



Carried forward . . . $172 48 $295 33 



Public Works Department. 297 

Brought forward . . . $172 48 $295 33 

28 linear feet circular edge- 
stone set @ 15c. . 4 20 
388 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 14c. . 54 32 
173 square yards granite block 
paving hauled and laid 
@ 63c. . _ . . . 108 99 
14 square yards existing gran- 
ite block paving relaid 
@ 50c. .... 7 00 
18 square yards existing flag- 
ging crosswalks relaid 

© 50c 9 00 

471 square yards tar macadam 
surface furnished and 
placed @ 90c. . . 423 90 

2,016 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks furnished and 
laid @ 15|c. ... 307 44 

2 covers reset @> $3 . 6 00 

Extra work — Cut gutter- 
mouth in catch-basin 
stone : 
8 h o u r s, stonecutter, @ 

62Jc 5 00 

Plus 15 per cent on $5 . 75 

1,099 08 
$1,394 41 



Rexhame street, from Belgrade avenue to Colberg avenue. (Work not 
started.) 

Engineering $52 25 

Engineering expense 40 

Advertising 4 20 

■ $56 85 



Roach street, between Dorchester avenue and Pleasant street. Length, 
434 linear feet. Area, 965 square yards. Six-inch tar macadam 
roadway constructed, edgestone set, block gutters paved, flagging 
crosswalks laid and artificial stone sidewalks constructed. (Unfinished.) 

Engineering $101 59 

Inspection 87 50 

Engineering expense 4 75 

Advertising 6 06 

Labor, handling stock . . • . . 12 20 

Edgestone, 785 feet 3 inches, 37 feet 8 inches 

circular . 563 47 

Flagging, 22 feet 17 46 

Blocks, 7,650 old granite 139 00 

Amount paid to James Doherty, under con- 
tract: 

Removing trees, bushes, 

stumps, etc. ... $5 00 

470 cubic yards earth excava- 
tion @ 65c. . . 305 50 
| cubic yards rock excava- 
tion @ $3 2 00 



Carried forward . . . $312 50 $931 73 



298 



City Document No. 26. 



Brought forward 

788 linear feet straight edge- 
stone hauled and set @ 
21c. . 

38 linear feet circular edge- 

stone set @ 17c. . 
77 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 14c. 
279 square yards granite block 
paving hauled and laid 
@ 61c 

39 square yards existing gran- 

ite block paving relaid 
@ 45c. . . . _ . 
5 square yards flagging 
crosswalks hauled and 
laid @ 80c. . . 
12 square yards existing flag- 
ging crosswalks relaid 

@ 50c 

695 square yards tar macadam 
surface furnished and 
placed @ 89c. 
3,500 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks furnished and 
laid (unfinished) @ 7c, 
4 covers reset @ $3 



Less 15 per cent retained, 



$312 50 



$931 73 



165 


48 


6 


46 


10 


78 


170 


19 


17 


55 


4 00 


6 


00 


618 


55 


245 

12 


00 
00 


$1,568 51 
235 28 



1,333 23 



$2,264 96 



Sachem street, between Hillside street and Parker Hill avenue. Length, 
909 linear feet. Area, 3,369 square yards. Six-inch water-bound 
macadam roadway constructed, edgestone set, block gutters paved, 
flagging crosswalks laid and brick sidewalk laid. 

Engineering 

Inspection 

Engineering expense . 

Labor, handling blocks 

Edgestone, 218 feet 2 inches straight, 281 feet 
circular 

Flagging, 523 feet 4 inches 

Blocks, 6,300 old granite . 

Bricks, 57,700 .... 

Steam roller .... 

Labor on catch-basins and manholes 

Amount paid to John McCourt & Co., under 
contract : 

Removing trees, bushes, 

stumps, etc. ... $0 01 

2,180 cubic yards subgrading 
(earth excavation) @ 
50c. . . . . 1,090 00 

2 cubic yards subgrading 

(rock excavation) @ $3, 6 00 

1,207 linear feet straight edge- 
stone hauled and set @ 
20c 



Carried forward 



241 40 
$1,337 41 



5152 


31 


126 


00 


3 


60 


8 


41 


489 


16 


418 


66 


120 


-10 


750 


10 


6 


50 


18 


00 



2,093 14 



Public Works Department. 299 



Brought forward . ■ . 


$1,337 41 $2,093 14 




480 linear feet circular edge- 






stone set @ 14c. . 


67 20 




433 linear feet existing 






edgestone reset @ 15c, 


64 95 




662 square yards granite block 






paving hauled and laid 






@ 70c. . . . m . 


463 40 




105 square yards existing 






granite block paving re- 






laid @ 45c. . 


47 25 




113 square yards flagging 






crosswalks hauled and 






laid @ $1 


113 00 




2,469 square yards macadam 






surface furnished and 






placed @ 73c. 


1,802 37 




1,263 square yards brick side- 






walks laid @ 33c. . 


416 79 




26 square yards existing brick 






sidewalks relaid @ 25c, 


6 50 




7 covers reset @ $3 . 


21 00 




Concrete retaining wall 






furnished and built 


1,325 00 




346 linear feet wood fence fur- 






nished and built @ 50c, 


173 00 




482 linear feet ground water 






drains furnished and 






laid @ 35c . 


168 70 




Extra work- — Relay 






existing flagging cross- 






walks where directed : 






20 square yards existing flag- 






ging crosswalks relaid 






@ 65c 


13 00 




Extra work — Haul gutter 






blocks from Brighton 






Paving Yard: 






89J tons gutter blocks hauled, 






one and one-half (1|) 






miles overhaul, per half- 






mile per ton @ lie 


29 45 






$6,049 02 




Less amount paid in 1912, 


2,379 92 

3,669 10 


$5,762 24 


Seaver street, at Walnut avenue. (Work done in 1912.) 




Engineering 




$8 50 



Sheffield road, between Walter and Selwyn streets. Length, 706 linear 
feet. Area, 2,040 square yards. Six-inch tar macadam roadway 
constructed, edgestone set, block gutters paved, flagging crosswalks 
laid and artificial stone sidewalks constructed. (Work unfinished.) 

Engineering $115 81 

Inspection 

Engineering expense . 

Advertising . 

Labor, handling blocks 

Carried forward $263 55 



119 


00 


1 


40 


5 


96 


21 


38 



300 City Document No. 26. 

Brought forward $263 55 

Edgestone, 1,368 feet 9 inches straight, 18 feet 

10 inches circular and 2 small corners . 932 69 

Flagging, 55 feet 42 90 

Blocks, 18,115 old granite .... 362 30 

Amount paid to William J. Rafferty Company, 

under contract: 
1,071 cubic yards earth excava- 
tion @ 65c. . . . $696 15 
1,370 linear feet straight edge- 
stone and corners hauled 
and set @ 30c. . . 411 00 
19 linear feet circular edge- 
stone set @ 15c. . . 2 85 
23 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 12c. . 2 76 
475 square yards granite 
block paving hauled and 
laid @ 75c. . . _ . 356 25 
8 square yards existing 
granite block paving re- 
laid © 40c. . ■ ■•-. . 3 20 
12 square yards flagging 
crosswalks hauled and 
laid @ $1.50 ... 18 00 
1,538 square yards tar macadam 
surface furnished and 
placed @ 95c. . . _ . 1,461 10 
8,800 square feet artificial 
stone sidewalks fur- 
nished and laid @ 16c. . 
62 square feet artificial stone 
driveways furnished and 

laid © 16c 

6 covers reset @ $3 



Less 15 per cent retained, 



Silloway street, between Melville avenue and Mather street. Length, 
382 linear feet. Area, 1,142 square yards. Six-inch tar macadam 
roadway constructed, edgestone set, block gutters paved, flagging 
crosswalks laid and artificial stone sidewalks constructed, with loam 
spaces. 

Engineering 

Inspection 



1,408 00 

9 92 

18 00 


3,729 15 




$4,387 23 
658 08 






$5,330 59 



$36 12 

45 50 

40 

10 35 

107 30 



Engineering expense . 

Labor, handling stock 

Blocks, 8,725 old granite 

Edgestone, 690 feet straight, 9 feet 4 inches 

circular 494 20 

Amount paid to James Doberty, under 
contract : 
Removing trees, bushes, 
stumps, etc. ... $5 00 

303 cubic yards earth excava- 
tion @ 50c. ... 151 50 



Carried forward . . $156 50 $693 87 



Public Works Department. 301 

Brought forward . . . SI 56 50 $693 87 

692 linear feet straight edge- 
stone hauled and set @ 
19c. . . . . 131 48 

9 linear feet circular edge- 
stone set @ 13c. . 1 17 
12 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 13c. . 1 56 

232 square yards granite block 
paving hauled and laid @ 
65c 150 80 

836 square yards tar macadam 
surface furnished and 
placed @ 83c. . . . 693 88 

948 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks furnished and 
laid @ 14c. ... 132 72 

1 cover reset @ $3 . . . 3 00 

117 square yards loam spaces 

placed and seeded @ 10c, 11 70 



1,282 81 
$1,976 68 



Southern avenue, from Washington street to Bernard street. (Work done 
in 1912.) 
Amount paid to Jeremiah J. McCarthy, retained under 

contract for work done in 1912 $200 00 

Spring street, Webster street to Charles river. (Unfinished.) Length, 

1,638 linear feet. Area, 9,828 square yards. Excavating and filling. 

Engineering $438 75 

Inspection 224 00 

Engineering expense 6 10 

Advertising 6 96 

Amount paid to West Roxbury Trap Rock 
Company, under contract: 



Removing trees, bushes, 




stumps, etc. (unfin- 




ished) .... 


$1,000 00 


2,000 cubic yards earth excava- 




tion @ 70c. . 


1,400 00 


14 cubic yards rock excava- 




tion @ $5 


70 00 




$2,470 00 


Less 5 per cent retained 


123 50 



2,346 50 



5,022 31 



St. Lukes road, from Brighton avenue to Commonwealth avenue. (Work 
not started.) 

Engineering $37 70 

Engineering expense 35 

Advertising 5 77 

$43 82 



Stratford street, from Clement avenue to Providence Division Railroad. 
(Work done in 1912.) 
Engineering $4 50 



302 



City Document No. 26. 



Tetlow street, between Worthington street and Tremont entrance of Back 
Bay Fens. Length, 240 linear feet. Area, 856 square yards. Six- 
inch tar macadam roadway constructed, edgestone set, block gutters 
paved, flagging crosswalks laid and artificial stone sidewalks con- 
structed with a loam space, brick sidewalks relaid. 

Engineering . ... ... $113 29 

Inspection 143 50 

Engineering expense 1 75 

Labor, handling stock 24 72 

Edgestone, 180 feet straight, 62 feet 10 inches 

circular 194 22 

Flagging, 50 feet 40 00 

Bricks, 3,200 41 60 

Blocks, 7,000 old granite 133 58 

Amount paid to James Doherty, under con- 
tract : 

Removing trees, bushes, 

stumps, etc. ... $5 00 

202 cubic yards earth excava- 
tion @ 50c. . . . 101 00 

181 linear feet straight edge- 
stone hauled and set @ 
30c. ... . . 36 20 

63 linear feet circular edge- 
stone set @ 15c. . . 9 45 
318 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 12c. . 38 16 
165 square yards granite block 
paving hauled and laid 
@ 60c. . . , . 99 00 
33 square yards existing 
granite block paving 
relaid @ 35c. . . 11 55 
11 square yards flagging 
crosswalks hauled and 
laid @ 81c. ... 8 91 

647 square yards tar macadam 
surface furnished and 
placed @ 90c. . . 582 30 

298 square yards existing brick 

sidewalks relaid @ 30c, 89 40 

1,576 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks furnished and 
laid @ 13*c. ... 212 76 

2 covers reset @ $3 . . 6 00 

188 square yards loam spaces 

placed and seeded @ 9c, 16 92 

72 cubic yards loam fur- 
nished @ 80c . . 57 60 
Extra work — Furnish and 
place filling as directed: 
238 cubic yards filling fur- 
nished and placed @ 
65c 154 70 



1,428 95 



£2,121 61 



Tucker street, between Lauriat avenue and Callender street. Length, 378 
linear feet. Area, 1,091 square yards. Six-inch tar macadam road- 
way constructed, edgestone set, block gutters paved, flagging cross- 
walks laid and artificial stone sidewalks constructed. 



Public Works Department. 



303 



Engineering .... 
Inspection .... 
Engineering expense . 
Labor, handling stock 
Edgestone, 692 feet 2 inches 
Flagging, 45 feet 1 inch 
Blocks, 9,735 old granite . 
Teaming .... 
Amount paid to Fred S. & A. D 
ration, under contract: 

Removing trees, bushes, 
stumps, etc. . 
364 cubic yards earth excava- 
tion @ 50c. . 
4 cubic yards rock excava- 
_ tion @ $3.25 . 
693 linear feet straight edge- 
stone hauled and set @ 

19c 

6 linear feet circular edge- 
stone set @ 13c. . 
71 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 13c. 
234 square yards granite block 
paving hauled and laid 

@ 67c 

48 square yards existing gran- 
ite block paving relaid 

@43c 

10 square yards flagging 
crosswalks hauled and 
laid @ 90c. . 
19 square yards existing flag- 
ging crosswalks relaid 

@ 43c 

807 square yards tar macadam 
surface furnished and 
placed @ 85c. 
4,710 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks furnished 
and laid @ 15c. 
2 covers reset @ $3 



Extra work — Raise man- 
hole covers to grade 
where directed: 
2 days, mason, @ $5 . 
3| days, tender, @ $2.50 
1 day, labor, @ $2 

Plus 15 per cent on $20.75, 
9 bags Portland cement @ 

50c 

9 cubic feet sand @ 5c. 
750 sewer brick @ $12 per M., 



Gore Corpo- 

$1 00 

182 00 

13 00 

131 67 

78 

9 23 

156 78 

20 64 

9 00 

8 17 

685 95 



706 50 
6 00 

L,930 72 



10 00 


8 75 


2 00 


3 11 


4 50 


45 


9 00 



$59 08 
266 00 

1 15 
11 21 

484 51 

36 07 

197 64 

2 87 



1,968 53 



5,027 06 



Tyndale street, between Walworth and Guernsey streets. Length, 1,946 
linear feet. Area, 5,795 square yards. Six-inch tar macadam road- 
way constructed, edgestone set, block gutters paved, flagging cross- 
walks laid, crushed stone sidewalks laid and artificial stone sidewalks 
constructed. 



304 City Document No. 26. 

Engineering . 

Inspection 

Engineering expense . 

Labor, handling stock 

Advertising . 

Edgestone, 3,634 feet 5 inches straight, 2 small 

corners, 262 feet 4 inch circular 
Flagging, 50 feet 
Blocks, 55,075 old granite 

Teaming 

Amount paid to Hugh J. McGuire, under 
contract : 

Removing trees, bushes, 

stumps, etc. . $5 00 

2,594 cubic yards earth exca- 
vation @ 54c. . . 1,400 76 

10 cubic yards rock excava- 

tion @ $3.75 . . 37 50 

3,628 linear feet straight edge- 
stone hauled and set 

@ 25c 907 00 

270 linear feet circular edge- 
stone set @ 15c. . 40 50 

82 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 15c. . 12 30 
1,323 square yards granite 
block paving hauled 
and laid @ $1.10 _ . 1,455 30 

66 square yards existing 
granite block paving 
relaid @ 45c. ... 29 70 

12 square yards flagging 
crosswalks hauled and 
laid @ $1.75 . _' . 21 00 

11 square yards existing 

flagging cross walks 
relaid @ 75c. . 8 25 

4,491 square yards tar macad- 
am surface furnished 
and placed® 80c. . 3,592 80 

138 square yards crushed 
stone sidewalks fur- 
nished and placed @ 

50c 69 00 

21,815 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks furnished 
and laid @ 14c. . . 3,054 10 

68 square feet artificial stone 
driveways furnished 
and laid @ 14c. . . 9 52 

28 covers reset @ $3 . . 78 00 



$238 59 

416 50 

3 95 

56 13 

7 06 

2,746 01 

44 00 

1,071 95 

1 50 



10,720 73 
$15,306 42 



Vassar street, from Washington street to Kilton street. 

Engineering $100 36 

Engineering expense ....... 50 

Advertising 5 57 



$106 43 



Vaughan avenue, from Geneva avenue to Devon street. (Work done in 
1912.) 



Public Works Department. 

$o 10 



Engineering expense . 

Credit: 
Bricks, 1,700 . . . 
Edgestone, 10 feet 6 inches 

circular 



Net credit 



$22 10 




12 60 


34 70 





305 



$34 60 



Vesta road, between Blue Hill avenue and Harvard street. Length, 537 
linear feet. Area, 1,551 square yards. Six-inch asphalt macadam 
roadway constructed, edgestone set, block gutters paved, flagging 
crosswalks laid and artificial stone sidewalks constructed. 



Engineering . 










$130 36 


Inspection 










115 50 


Engineering expense . 










4 85 


Advertising . 










6 66 


Labor, handling stock 










13 95 


Labor, stonecutter 










18 00 


Teaming 










33 02 


Flagging, 10 feet 










3 60 


Edgestone, 1,012 feet 2 inches straight 




668 03 


Blocks, 10,875 old granite . 




217 50 


Amount paid to James Doherty, under con 




tract: 













Removing trees, bushes, 
stumps, etc. . 
730 cubic yards earth excava- 
tion @ 90c. . 
5 cubic yards rock excava- 
tion @ $3.25 . 
610 linear feet straight edge- 
stone hauled and set @ 

22c 

399 linear feet circular edge- 
stone set @ 15c. . 
54 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 14c. 
344 square yards granite block 
paving hauled and laid 

@ 75c 

13 square yards existing 
granite block paving re- 
laid @ 45c. . 
13 square yards existing 
flagging crosswalks re- 
laid @ 50c. 
1,145 square yards asphalt mac- 
adam surface furnished 
and placed @ 97c. 
3,743 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks furnished and 
laid @ 14fc. . 
8 covers reset @ $3 



$5 00 
657 00 



16 25 



134 20 

59 85 



7 56 



258 00 



5 85 



6 50 



1,110 65 



552 09 
24 00 



2,836 95 



$4,048 42 



Walworth street, between Belgrade avenue and Brook street. Length, 
949 linear feet. Area, 3,706 siuare yards. (Work unfinished.) 
Six-inch tar macadam roadway constructed, edgestone set, flagging 
crosswalks laid and artificial stone sidewalks constructed. 



306 City Document No. 26. 



Engineering . . 
Inspection . 
Engineering expense . 
Labor, handling stock 
Advertising . 
Edgestone, 1,627 feet 4 inches straight, 4 
small corners, 120 feet 9 inches circular . 

Flagging, 395 feet 1 inch 

Blocks, 5,175, old granite 

Amount, paid to Hugh J. McGuire, under 
contract : 
1,130 cubic yards earth excava- 
tion @ 64c. . . $723 20 
30 cubic yards rock excava- 
tion @ $3.75 . . 112 50 
1,626 linear feet straight edge- 
stone and corners 
hauled and set @ 25c, 406 50 
123 linear feet circular edge- 
stone set @ 17c. . 20 91 
56 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 15c. . 8 40 
87 square yards granite block 
paving hauled and laid 
@ $1.10 . . . 95 70 
45 square yards existing 
granite block paving 
relaid @ 50c. . . 22 50 
84 square yards flagging 
crosswalks hauled and 
laid @ $1.85 . . 155 40 
29 square yards existing flag- 
ging crosswalks relaid 
@ 75c. ... 21 75 
3,021 square yards tar mac- 
adam surface furnished 
and placed @ 80c. . 2,416 80 
12,743 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks furnished and 
laid @ 14c. . # . . 1,784 02 
163 square feet artificial stone 
driveways f u r n ished 
and laid @ 14c. . _ . 22 82 
Extra work — "O m i t 
granite block paving 
for gutters and sub- 
stitute tar macadam: 
575 square yards tar mac- 
adam surface furnished 
and placed @ 80c. . , 460 00 

$6,250 50 
Less 5 per cent retained, 312 53 



$152 25 


232 06 


2 


70 


27 


68 


6 


86 


1,233 


34 


308 


16 


103 


50 



5,937 97 
$8,004 52 



Wellington Hill street, from Morton street to Blue Hill avenue. (Work not 
started.) 

Engineering $661 68 

Engineering expense 3 60 

Advertising 10 20 

$675 48 



Public Works Department. 307 

Whitfield street, between Wheatland and Talbot avenues. Length, 797 
linear feet. Area, 2,365 square yards. Six-inch Burmudez asphalt 
macadam roadway constructed, edgestone set, block gutters paved, 
nagging crosswalks laid and artificial stone sidewalks constructed. 



Engineering 




$142 45 


Inspection 




168 00 


Engineering expense . 




1 95 


Advertising 




6 96 


Labor, handling stock 




17 47 


Edgestone, 1,159 feet 1 inch straight, 51 feet 




4 inches circular and 1 small corner . 


875 96 


Blocks, 15,880 old granite . 




295 28 


Amount paid to William J. Rafferty Company, 




under contract: 






Removing trees, bushes, 






stumps, etc. . 


$0 01 




1,444 cubic yards earth excava- 






tion @ 91c. . 


1,314 04 




3 cubic yards rock excava- 






tion @ $2 


6 00 




1,161 linear feet straight edge- 






stone and corners 






hauled and set @ 2I5C, 


249 62 




55 linear feet circular edge- 






stone set @ 14c. . 


7 70 




61 linear feet existing edge- 






stone reset @ 12c. 


7 32 




508 square yards granite block 






paving hauled and laid 






@ 73c. ... 


370 84 




41 square yards existing gran- 






ite block paving relaid 






@ 40c 


16 40 




47 square yards flagging cross- 






walks hauled and laid 






@$1 


47 00 




1,769 square yards asphalt mac- 






adam surface furnished 






and placed @ 95 c. 


1,680 55 




7,630 square feet artificial stone 






sidewalks furnished and 






laid @ 14|c. . 


1,087 28 




10 covers reset @ $3 


30 00 


4,816 76 







3,324 83 

Wilmore street, from Blue Hill avenue to Norfolk street. (Work not 
started.) 

Engineering $70 60 

Engineering expense 90 

Advertising 3 80 

Blocks, 307 old granite 6 14 

$81 44 

Woodford street, from Magnolia street to Magnolia street. (Work done in 
1912.) 
Engineering .... ... $9 84 

Amount paid to Jeremiah J. McCarthy, re- 
tained under contract for work done in 1912, 349 71 

$359 55 



308 



City Document No. 26. 



RECAPITULATION OF STREET WORK. 



Maintenance. 

Academy Hill road, Washington street to Chestnut 

Hill avenue 

Adams street, Rozella to south of King street . 
Adams street, Winthrop to Common street . 
Alban street, Welles avenue to Ashmont street 
Alcott street, Franklin street to 100 feet east . 
Aldie street, Franklin to Everett street . 
Allston street, Washington street to Summit 

avenue 

Anawan avenue, Beech to Park street . 
Armandine street, Milton avenue to Washington 

street 

Ashmont street, Washington street to Dorchester 

avenue 

Atherton street, Washington to Amory street . 
B street^ West First to West Third street 
B street, West First to Cypher street 
Baxter street, D to E street .... 
Beacon street, Audubon circle to railroad bridge 
Beacon street, Brookline avenue to Raleigh street 
Beacon street, Charles to Spruce street . 
Beacon street, Cleveland circle to Brookline line 
Beacon street, Massachusetts avenue to Raleigh 

street 

Beethoven street, Washington to Arcadia street 
Bennington street, Chelsea to across Wordsworth 

street 

Bernard street, Harvard to Kerwin street 

Blue Hill avenue, Columbia road to Canterbury 

street . . 

Blue Hill avenue, east side Walk Hill to River 

street • . 

Blue Hill avenue, west side Harvard to River street, 
Blue Hill avenue, at Clarkwood and Stratton 

streets (crosswalk) 

Blue Hill avenue, Washington street to 192 feet 

south 

Bolton street, B to C street 

Bourne street, at Neponset avenue .... 
Bowdoin street, Mt. Ida road to Geneva avenue 

Carried forward 



$1,340 28 
396 06 


624 


54 


2,577 
144 


69 
18 


277 


70 


323 


88 


763 


84 


7,161 


22 


31 


85 


1,259 
1,922 


10 

64 


9 


70 


753 


57 


5,307 
2,034 

2,204 
1,867 


87 
17 
92 
20 


7,321 
969 


82 
56 


26,275 
2,397 


52 
63 


2,060 


15 


7,442 98 
3,128 44 


473 


62 


584 


76 


. 4 


74 


170 36 


1,643 


68 



1,473 67 



SEWER CONSTRUCTION .— CWu//nl. 



















Public Works Department. 



309 



Brought fonvard 

Bowdoin street, Winter to Quincy street 
Brigham street, Webster street to 200 feet south 
Bunker Hill street, Sackville to Mead street . 
C street, West Broadway to West First street 
Cambridge street, Union square to Allston bridge 
Centre street, north side Allston street to railroad 
Centre street, Washington street to railroad . 
Centre street, Green to South street 
Chelsea Bridge South, approach to . 
Chelsea street, Maverick to Day square . 
Chestnut avenue, Mozart to Centre street 
Chestnut Hill avenue, Winship street to Cleveland 

circle 

Clarendon street, Stuart street to St. James avenue 
Cohasset street, Corinth to Albano street 
Columbia road, Cushing to Davenport avenue 
Columbia road, Hamilton to Richfield street 
Columbia road, Quincy street to railroad bridge 
Columbus avenue, Dimock to Washington street 
Condor street, at foot of Glendon street . 
Conway street, South to Fairview street 
Cornell street, Washington street to Bellevue 

avenue 

Denmark street, St. Stephen to Hemenway street 
Dennis street, Dudley to Woodville street 
Dorchester avenue, Belfort to Williams street 
Dorchester avenue, Park to Ashmont street 
Dorchester avenue, Ralston street to 140 feet south 
Draper street, Westville to Bowdoin street . 
Dudley street, Washington street to Harrison 

avenue 

E street, West Broadway to West Third street 
East Dedham street, Harrison avenue to Washing 

ton street 

East Fourth street, G to H street 

East Ninth street, K street to Columbia road 

Edgeworth street, Bunker Hill to Ferrin street 

Elmo street, Blue Hill avenue to Erie street . 

Elmwood street, Roxbury to King street 

Essex street, Commonwealth avenue to Cottage 

Farm Bridge 

Evelyn street, Blue Hill avenue to Norfolk street 
Everett street, Western avenue to North Beacon 

street 

Exchange street, State street to 174 feet north 
Fairview street, Conway street to 350 feet east 
Ferrin street, Edgeworth to 75 feet east of Jackson 

street 

Carried forward 



67 
65 
90 
18 
46 
74 
44 
90 



£81,473 

1,638 

833 

984 

2,585 

3,883 

543 

7 

21,188 31 

548 00 

413 01 

3,182 96 

2 50 

326 41 

1,697 61 

2,792 73 

368 06 

1,442 82 

3,149 18 

138 00 

2,850 72 



92 

181 

2,616 

315 

3,928 

1,755 

41 



72 
55 
94 
37 
43 
16 
65 



1,349 80 
620 46 

1,260 57 
1,268 34 
4,203 07 
1,345 03 
1,934 79 
1,274 83 

787 77 
5,479 79 

6,214 73 

2,141 88 

522 46 

1,833 47 

$169,220 06 



310 



City Document No. 26. 



Brought forward 

Fisher avenue, Parker to Hayden street 
Foss street, Water to Chelsea street 
Foster street, Washington to Surrey street 
Francis street, Huntington to Longwood avenue 
Franklin street, Broad to India street 
Franklin street, Easton to Lincoln street 
Free-port street, Neponset avenue to Pope's Hill 

station 

Fulton street, Richmond to Lewis street 
Gardner street, Centre to Roxbury street 
Geneva avenue, Bowdoin to Park street . 
Germania street, Boylston to Bismarck street 

Gold street, D to E street 

Greenwood street, Elmo to Erie street 
H street, East Seventh street to Columbia road 
Harrison avenue, Essex to Beach street 
Harvard street, Blue Hill avenue to Morton street 
Harvard street, Walk Hill to Oakland street 
Harvard street, Washington street to Blue Hill 

avenue 

Hatch street, East Eighth to East Ninth street 

Haverhill street, Sever to Main street 

Hayward place, Washington street to Harrison 

avenue 

Hemenway street, Boylston street to Huntington 

avenue 

Hollander street, Humboldt avenue to Harold 

street 

Hollander street, from Humboldt avenue, 200 feet 

west 

Holworthy street, Walnut avenue to Harold 

street 

Howard street, Gerard to Magazine street 
Huntington avenue, Longwood avenue to Gains 

borough street 

Hyde Park avenue, Eldridge road to Stony brook 
Hyde Park avenue, Dana to Glenwood avenue 
Hyde Park avenue, Tower to lower Walk Hill 

street 

Hyde Park avenue, West Roxbury line to River 

street 

I street, Broadway to Second street 
India square, Broad to India street 
Inwood street, Olney to Norton street . 
Jackson street, Bunker Hill to Ferrin street 
Judson street, Dean to West Cottage street 
K street, Broadway to the waterfront . 
Kenneth street, Farrington to Beach street 



$169,220 06 

4,750 56 

4,805 54 

215 52 

21 82 

438 53 

1,423 26 

5,703 77 
4,727 10 
1,052 99 
2,231 07 
4,400 20 
388 98 
410 66 
1,851 88 

45 
7,507 
3,192 



00 
65 
93 



4,514 94 
386 49 
596 09 

1,736 86 
75 68 
91 93 

2,375 94 

953 60 
2,543 87 

16,846 34 
3,257 68 
4,248 20 

1,441 62 

3,070 76 
1,905 87 

463 58 

363 94 
2,436 79 

469 39 
4,336 86 

337 10 



Carried forward 



$264,841 05 



Public Works Department. 



311 



Brought forward 

Kinross road, Commonwealth avenue to Suther- 
land road 

L street, bulkhead 

L street, East Fourth to East Sixth street 

L street, from 200 feet north to 600 feet north of 

East First street . ... 

Lamartine street, Green to Boylston street 
Landseer street, La Grange to Bellevue street 
Lauriat avenue, Norfolk street to Blue Hill avenue 
Lime street, River to Brimmer street 
Linden street, Cambridge street to Commonwealth 

avenue 

Linnet street, La Grange to Bellevue street . 
Loring street, Seventh to Eighth street . 
Lyon street, Dorchester avenue to Adams street 
Marcella street, Washington to Ritchie street 
Marvin street, Washington street to Shawmut 

avenue 

Massachusetts avenue, New England Railroad to 

Edward Everett square .... 
Massachusetts avenue, New England Railroad to 

Columbia road 

Maverick square, Sumner to Maverick street 
Maverick street, Border to New street . 
Maxwell street, Milton avenue to Capen street 
Medford street, Baldwin to Cook street . 
Medford street, Cook to Elm street 
Medford street, Elm to Monument street 
Metropolitan avenue, Washington to Kittredge 

street . . 

Metropolitan avenue, Washington to Poplar street 
Milk street, Broad to India street . 
Mill street, Adams street to Old Colony Railroad 
Milton avenue, Norfolk to Evans street 
Milton avenue, Norfolk to Maxwell street 
Minot street, Adams street to Neponset avenue 
Minot street, Charlemont to Adams street 
Minot street, Neponset avenue to Charlemont 

street 

Mitchell street, West Ninth street to 190 feet south 

of West Ninth street 

Morton street, Harvard to Canterbury street 
N street, Fifth to Sixth street .... 
Newbury street, Arlington to Berkeley street 
■Nightingale street, Wales street to Talbot avenue 
Nightingale street, Wales to Bernard street . 
North Beacon street, Vineland street to Charles 

River Bridge 

Carried forward 



$264,841 05 

1.304 82 
4,025 12 
2,609 16 

422 94 
4,646 58 

876 35 
1,199 69 
1,120 22 

4,532 52 

855 25 

374 10 

83 80 

425 44 

2,604 08 

1,353 89 

6,298 82 

1.305 92 
434 37 

2 00 

22 40 

2,947 95 

1,577 52 

961 16 

11,598 24 
681 93 
1,926 27 
5,870 08 
3,337 90 
2,872 35 
3,417 59 

5,963 63 

317 42 
4,792 10 

724 59 
1,422 09 

717 
5 



55 

82 



917 99 



$349,390 70 



312 



City Document No. 26. 



Brought forward 

North Harvard street, Western avenue to Charles 

River Bridge 

Park street, City square to Henley street 
Park street, Clement to Anawan avenue 
Parkman street, North Anderson to North Grove 

street ... .... 

Parsons street, Faneuil to Harriet street 

Perkins street, South Huntington avenue to the 

parkway 

Phillips street, Anderson to Grove street 
Phillips street, West Cedar to Grove street . 
Pierce street, West street to Fairmount avenue 
Pope's Hill street, Neponset avenue to Freeport 

street 

Pope's Hill street, Neponset avenue to Freeport 

street 

Poplar street, Brown to Metropolitan avenue 
Porter street, Bismarck to Amory street 
Preston street, Mill to Freeport street 
Providence street, Berkeley to Clarendon street 
Providence street, 70 feet east of Church to Berkeley 

street . . . . . 
Quincy street, Columbia road to railroad bridge 
Rawson street, Boston street to Dorchester avenue 
Raymond street, Everett to Franklin street . 
Rebuilding face of wall at South Yard . 
Reconstruction of stable at Hancock Street Yard 
Reed street, Newcomb to Hunneman street . 
Repairing wall at Fort Hill Wharf 
Richfield street, Barry street to Columbia road 
Richmond street, Adams street to Dorchester 

avenue 

Ritchie street, Marcella to Centre street 

River street, Mattapan line to railroad bridge 

Rose street, Harrison avenue to Albany street 

Rosedale street, Nos. 7, 9, 10, 12 

Ruggles street, Washington street to Shawmut 

avenue 

Ruth street, Webster to Marginal street 
Sanford street, Washington to Cedar street . 
Saratoga street, Bremen to Moore street 
Saratoga street, Wordsworth street to Orient 

Heights 

Savin Hill avenue, Dorchester avenue to railroad 

bridge 

School street, Washington to Amory street . 
Seattle street, Hopedale street to 90 feet north 
Sever street, Cambridge to Haverhill street . 



$349,390 70 

6,200 45 

1,363 37 

3,587 38 

521 33 

2,628 95 

1,097 30 

597 97 

38 25 

3,249 59 

2,050 10 

811 80 

957 46 

261 45 

1,874 05 

81 16 



4,183 
684 

1,419 

182 

950 

7 

1,610 
105 

1,953 



73 
03 
05 
77 
00 
80 
18 
33 
65 



973 01 

1.451 19 
1,843 67 

670 53 
148 32 

5,652 81 

568 15 

7 35 

1,809 67 

1,483 95 

1.452 34 
1,348 95 

74 69 
1,513 28 



Carried forward $404,805 76 



Public Works Department. 



313 



Brought forward 

Shepard street, Washington to Union street . 
Short street, Bunker Hill to Medford street . 
Sleeper street, Congress street to about 650 feet 

north 

South street, Centre to Keyes street 

South street, Neponset avenue to Freeport street 

South street, Robert to Centre street 

Sparhawk street, Cambridge to Market street 

Spring street, Allen to Poplar street 

St. Alphonsus street, Tremont to Smith street 

St. Alphonsus street, Tremont to Calumet street 

Steps at Hancock Street Yard 

St. Stephen street, Massachusetts avenue to Opera 

place 

Summer street, north side B street to viaduct 
Sumner street, Annabel to Stoughton street . 
Surrey street, Foster to Parsons street . 
Thacher street, Endicott to Prince street 
Thorndike street, Washington street to Harrison 

avenue . . 

Tremont street, Burke to Cunard street . 
Tremont street, north side, 350 feet east from St. 

Alphonsus street 

Tremont street, Winter street to Hamilton place . 

Tudor street, E to F street . . ' . 

Union Park street, Harrison avenue to Albany 

street . 

Vernon street, Washington street to Shawmut 

avenue 

Walker street, Main to Russell street 

Walk Hill street, Harvard street to Blue Hill 

avenue ... 

Walnut avenue, Ifney road to beyond Montebello 

road 

Walnut avenue, Warren street to Humboldt 

avenue 

Walnut street, Franklin to Ericsson street 
Waltham street, Harrison avenue to Tremont street, 
Warren avenue, Berkeley street to Columbus 

square 

Warren street, Cambridge street to Commonwealth 

avenue 

Warren street, Rockland to Townsend street 
Warren street, Thompson square to Monument 

avenue 

Washington street, Blue Hill to Talbot avenue 
Washington street, Bowdoin to Moultrie street 
Washington street, Cambridge across Market street, 

Carried forward 



$404,805 76 

198 25 

455 94 

8.663 11 
16,632 59 

1,066 89 

2,903 41 

2,823 67 

1,161 76 

369 62 

31 05 

1,050 21 

3,617 06 

7,918 08 

37 92 
214 67 
656 59 

1,435 94 

38 15 

612 37 

1,020 77 

357 47 

1,202 91 

3.664 77 
1,684 02 

49 22 

761 23 

1,266 08 

6,673 85 

2,471 68 

47,887 66 

4,717 28 

2,210 29 

1,137 02 

54,952 09 

4 90 

23,425 13 



,179 41 



314 



City Document No. 26. 



Brought forward 

Washington street, Elmore to Dimock street 
Washington street, Elmore to Townsend street 
Washington street, Foster to Market street 
Washington street, at and near Hyde Park avenue 

and Tower- street 

Washington street, South to Poplar street 
Washington street, State to Boylston street 
Welles avenue, north side Talbot avenue to oppo 

site Harley street 

West Cottage street, Dudley street to Brook avenue 

Western avenue, Market to Waverly street 

West Fifth street, B to C street 

West First street, A street to railroad crossing 

West Third street, B to E street 

Westland avenue, Hemenway street to Massachu 

setts avenue 

Westville street, Geneva avenue to Draper street 

Westville street, Corwin to Draper street 

Wharf street, Broad to India street 

Willow street, Centre street to 700 feet west . 

Windom street, to 104 feet north 

Winthrop street, Blue Hill to Brook avenue . 

Wirt street, Washington to Henshaw street 

Withington street, Norfolk to Torrey street 

Woolson street, Blue Hill avenue to Norfolk street, 



,179 41 

637 33 

2 43 

2,255 24 



3,832 50 
337 62 
813 31 

680 39 

591 26 

15 00 

933 41 

6,076 37 

3,636 89 

747 10 

3,092 30 

28 45 

514 81 

1,326 12 

191 57 

1,686 97 

96 87 

2,517 65 

8,251 67 

$646,444 67 



Charged to Special Appropriations. 

Arlington street extension, Boylston street to 

Columbus avenue 

Harvard avenue, Brighton, Commonwealth avenue 

to Cambridge street 

Tunnel under railroad tracks, between Boylston 

and Green streets, Jamaica Plain 
Norfolk street widening, Washington street to New 

York, New Haven & Hartford Railroad 
Old Colony avenue, construction of . 
Pleasant street widening, Eliot to Washington 

street 

Thatcher street extension, Bradlee street to 478 feet 

easterly of 

Union Park street, Washington street to Harrison 

avenue 



$318 33 


645 


68 


12,227 


55 


4,946 
1,485 


60 
65 


26,415 


58 


180 


67 


8,852 47 


$55,072 53 



Public Wokks Department. 



315 



Charged to Appropriation for Highways, Making of. 



Appianway, Franklin to Raymond street 
Armington street, Webster street to Brighton 

avenue 

Audubon road, Ivy to Mountfort street 

B street, Fargo to Congress street . 

Ballou avenue, Woodrow avenue to Willowwood 

street 

Barrymore street, Blue Hill avenue to Harvard 

street 

Bentham road, Draper street to Robinson avenue 
Binney street, Longwood avenue to Francis street 
Brainerd road, Harvard avenue to Warren street 
Brookdale street, Florence to Sycamore street 
Brookview street, Blue Hill avenue to Harvard 

street 

Bynner street, South Huntington avenue to Day 

street ' . 

Calumet street, Hillside street to Parker Hill 

avenue 

Chestnut street, Brimmer street to Charles river 

embankment . . . . . 
Church street, Boylston to Providence street . 
Clement avenue, Anawan to Clement avenue 
Clement avenue, Meredith street to Clement 

avenue 

Clement avenue, Stratford to Park street 
Clermont street, Bailey to Fuller street . 
Cliftondale street, Kittredge to Norfolk street 
Colonial avenue, Talbot to New England avenue 
Cottage street, Gove to Porter street 
Crossman street, Norfolk to West Selden street 
Dalrymple street, Egleston to Boylston street 
Dawes street, East Cottage to Willis street . 
Denton terrace, Washington to Kittredge street 
Dexter street, Alford street to Everett line 
Dillaway street, Hollis street to Dix place 
Don street, Woodrow avenue to Callender street 
Dumas street, Willowwood to Mascot street 
Emmons street, Paris to Chelsea street . 
Evans road, Corey road to Brookline line 
Gayland street, West Cottage to Judson street 
Greenock street, Blue Hill avenue to Harvard 

street 

Hadivin way, Hyde Park avenue to Hammatt 

road 

Hallet street, Minot street to railroad 

Carried forward 



$2,820 18 

2,467 38 
936 58 
504 64 

1,164 82 

2,333 27 

1,656 77 

117 92 

14,560 53 

82 98 

4,385 41 

6,064 34 

10,028 11 

60 70 

2,887 92 
41 34 

41 34 

3,385 99 

50 78 

9,613 28 

369 69 

66 

2,566 

206 

2,604 

72 

663 

50 

2,598 

3,865 89 

2,801 77 

1,472 47 

799 52 



5,023 29 

2,622 96 
5,553 42 

,540 75 



04 
36 
36 
14 
18 
73 
55 
10 



14,540 


75 


6,055 


93 


5,232 


76 


1,266 
41 


10 
02 


31 

65 

6,416 

6,920 

2,878 
1,109 


37 
90 
28 
73 

58 
40 



316 City Document No. 26. 

Brought forward 

Hancock and Bowdoin streets, Winter to Hancock 

street 

Hansborough street, Blue Hill avenue to Harvard 

street 

Harmon street, from Oakland street 90 feet south- 
westerly 

Harold park, from Harold street south 

Haverford street, from Montebello road 100 feet 

west 

Henshaw street, at Cambridge street . 
Holiday street, Bowdoin to Topliff street 
Homes avenue, Topliff to Draper street 
Howes street, Pleasant street to Dorchester avenue, 
Islington street, Webster street to Brighton avenue. 
Kenneth street, Farrington to Stratford street 

(credit S3 19. 14). 
Kilton street, Park street to Talbot avenue . . 1,996 73 

Kittredge street, Metropolitan avenue to Cornell 

street 86 78 

Lawndale terrace, Lamartine to Amory street . 1,760 79 

Lithgow street, Washington street to Talbot 

avenue 2,584 09 

hovering place, Washington street to Harrison 

avenue . . 2,416 69 

Lubec street, Gove to Porter street .... 69 75 

Maitland street, Beacon street to Boston & Albany 

Railroad 40 

Manthorne road, Weld to Centre street ... 43 00 

Marlowe street, Vinson to Park street ... 55 87 

Marmion street, Montebello road to 112 feet west, 33 02 

Mascoma street, Quincy street to Lawrence avenue, 4,021 85 

Mascot street, Mountain to Ballou avenue . . 8,049 69 

Maxfield street, Bellevue to La Grange street . 5,763 73 

Mitchell street, West Ninth street to Old Colony 

avenue 1,193 89 

Montclair avenue, Centre street to northeasterly 

line of Fletcher street extension .... 9,607 77 

Montebello road, Washington street to Brookside 

avenue _. 123 88 

Morton street, Blue Hill avenue to beyond Leslie 

street 858 88 

Morton street, west side Greendale road, 607 feet . 1 77 

Mountfort street, southeasterly of Audubon road to 

St. Mary's street 3,300 65 

Myrick street, Easton street to Coolidge road . 54 88 

Naples road, Commonwealth avenue to Brookline 

line ■ 1,107 67 

Normandy street, Creston to Intervale street . 1,903 89 



Carried forward $169,594 49 



Public Works Department. 



317 



Brought forward 

Orient avenue, Walley street to beyond Tower 

street 

Perkins street, Prince street to Brookline line 
Pinehurst street, Belgrade to Dudley avenue 
Playstead road, Savin Hill avenue to Springdale 

street 

Potosi street, Mt. Ida road to Percival street 
Priesing street, Chestnut avenue to Mozart street 
Providence street, Columbus avenue to about 932 

feet southwesterly . . . . . 

Puritan avenue, from Richfield to unnamed street 
Quincefield street, Humphreys to Wendover street 
Rexhame street, Belgrade to Colberg avenue 
Roach street, Dorchester avenue to Pleasant street 
Sachem street, Hillside street to Parker Hill avenue 
Seaver street, at Walnut avenue . 
Sheffield road, Walter to Selwyn street . 
Silloway street, Melville avenue to Mather street 
Southern avenue, Washington to Bernard street 
Spring street, Webster street to Charles river 
St. Lukes road, Brighton avenue to Common 

wealth avenue 

Stratford street, Clement avenue to railroad . 
Tetlow street, Worthington to Tremont street 

entrance to Back Bay Fens 
Tucker street, Lauriat avenue to Callender street 
Tyndale street, Walworth to Guernsey street 
Vassar street, Washington to Kilton street . 
Vaughan avenue, Geneva avenue to Devon street 

(credit $34.60). 
Vesta road, Blue Hill avenue to Harvard street . 
Walworth street, Belgrade avenue to beyond Brook 

street 

Wellington Hill street, Morton street to Blue Hill 

avenue 

Whitfield street, Wheatland to Talbot avenue 
Wilmore street, Blue Hill avenue to Norfolk street, 
Woodford street, Magnolia to Magnolia street 



Less credits 



$169,594 49 

13,452 65 
722 20 
102 53 

3,546 71 

59 99 

3,245 73 

15,011 48 

80 52 

1,394 41 

56 85 

2,264 96 

5,762 24 

8 50 

5,330 59 

1,976 68 

200 00 

3,022 31 

43 82 
4 50 

2,121 61 

3,027 06 

15,306 42 

106 43 



4,048 42 

8,004 52 

675 48 

6,324 83 

81 44 

359 55 

$265,936 92 

353 74 



Total 



. $265,583 18 



318 



City Document No. 26. 



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319 



New Edgestones. (Does not include work done on streets laid out 
and constructed under chapter 393 of the Acts of 1906.) 

First Setting. Linear Feet. 



Year. 


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1906 


2,049 

2,078 

414 

656 

723 

328 

1,718 

6,045 

2,199 


1,494 

628 
1,263 

798 
2,898 
1,182 

465 
1,017 

557 


250 

100 

229 
70 


1,867 

261 

908 

2,405 

214 

983 

2,098 

1,806 

1,221 


6,056 
4,203 

349 
2,399 

779 

5,190 

11,627 

7,890 

2,907 


13.548 

15,119 
4,781 
3,654 
4,833 
8,044 

14,627 
9,669 

10,296 


1,814 
2,307 
1,663 
4,811 
2,380 
6,810 
5,806 
3,168 
2,716 


4,705 

534 
813 

5,253 

50 

352 

407 

1,359 


31,533 
24,596 


1907 


10,162 


1908 

1909 


15,536 

17,080 


1910 

1911 


22,687 
36,693 


1912 


30,231 


1913 


21,325 






Totals. . . 


16,210 


10,302 


649 


11,673 


41,400 


84,571 


31,475 


13,473 


209,843 



New Brick Sidewalks. (Does not include work done on streets laid out 
and constructed under chapter 393 of the Acts of 1906.) 

First Laying. Square Yards. 



Year. 


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1,186 


1,980 




202 


103 


4,140 


790 


400 


8,801 
4,724 


1906 


934 


699 




106 




1,758 


899 


328 


1907 


455 
217 


1,157 
836 


223 


250 


278 
400 


856 
958 


296 
884 


313 


3,828 


1908 


3,295 
8,829 
6,287 


1909 


311 


2,597 






156 


406 


5,359 




1910......... 


1,292 


974 


42 


166 


987 


596 


2,230 




1911 


520 


364 








460 


1,469 


314 


3,127 


1912 


2,249 


623 








208 


716 




3,796 
1,871 


1913 


490 


465 






80 


103 


647 


86 








Totals. . . 


7,654 


9,745 


265 


724 


2,004 


9,685 


13,290 


1,441 


44,558 



320 



City Document No. 26. 



Recapitulation, 1912. 





Edgestones. 
Linear Feet. 


Brick. 
Square Yards. 


South Boston Paving District No. 1 


2,199 

557 

70 

1,221 

2,907 

10,296 
2,716 
1,359 


490 


East Boston Paving District No. 2 


465 


Charlestown Paving District No. 3 




Brighton Paving District No. 4 




West Roxbury Paving District No. 5 

Dorchester and Hyde Park Paving Districts 
Nos. 6, 9-11 


80 
103 


Roxbury Paving District No. 7 

City Proper Paving Districts Nos. 8 and 10 . . 


647 
86 


Totals 


21,325 


1,871 



Loads of Dirt and Street Cleanings Removed from February 1, 1913, 
to January 31, 1914. 

By Paving Service. 



Districts. 


Single. 


Double. 


Cubic 

Yards. 


South Boston 


732 

206 

368 

3,018 

6,508 

753 

5,201 

821 

3,045 

1,114 

2,364 


571 
20 
26 

3,781 

4,507 

1,300 

3,090 

566 

1,323 

536 

497 


1,874 
246 


East Boston 


Charlestown 


420 


Brighton 


10,580 


West Roxbury 


15,522 


Dorchester 


3,353 


Roxbury 


11,381 
1,953 


South End 


Ashmont 


5,691 


North End 


2,186 


Hyde Park 


3,358 




Totals 


24,130 


16,217 


56,564 







Public Works Department. 



321 



Loads of Snow Removed from February 1, 1913, to January 31, 1914. 



Districts. 



Single.* 



Double .f 



Cubic 
Yards. 



Cost.J 



South Boston. 
East Boston . . 
Charlestown . . 

Brighton 

West Roxbury 
Dorchester. . . . 

Roxbury 

South End.... 

Ashmont 

North End.... 
Hyde Park.... 



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362 
290 
14 
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485 
408 
1,843 
134 
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86 

10 

459 

216 

42 

434 

59 



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802 

838 

58 

2,809 

1,618 
942 

4,988 
445 

1,720 



$2,687 81 
1,545 16 
3,053 28 
1,993 40 
3,698 10 
2,828 61 
4,571 92 
5,120 73 

927 29 
3,521 56 

665 51 



Totals. 



5,959 



1,404 



16,130 



$30,613 37 



* Single loads, 2 cubic yards. 

t Double loads, 3 cubic yards. 

j Includes cost of plowing gutters, cleaning sidewalks and picking ice not carted away. 



Snow Removed by Contract.* 



Districts. 


Number 

of 
Loads.f 


Cubic 
Yards. 


Cost per 
Cubic 
Yard. 


Total 
Cost. 




371 

410 
697 
328 


1,120 
1,644 
2,313 
1.103J 


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47 
42 
49 


$481 60 




772 68* 




971 46 




540 72 






Totals 


1,806 


6.180J 


$0 452 


$2,766 46 







* Only this amount paid out of 1913 appropriation. 

t The capacity of the loads varies from two (2) cubic yards to four (4) cubic yards. 



322 



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323 



Street Openings. 

Under classes 1 and 2 of the schedule of permit fees, 
permits for openings in public ways were issued as 
follows : 



Name. 



Permits. 



Length in 
Feet. 



City of Boston Fire Department 

City of Boston Lamp Service 

City of Boston Police Department 

City of Boston Schoolhouse Commission 

City of Boston Sewer Service 

City of Boston Water Service 

Boston Consolidated Gas Company 

Boston Elevated Railway Company 

Charlestown Gas and Electric Company 

Dedham and Hyde Park Gas and Electric Com- 
pany 

East Boston Gas Company 

Edison Electric Illuminating Company 

New England Telephone and Telegraph Company, 

Miscellaneous 

Emergency, Class A 

Emergency, Class A, returned as used 

Estimated length 



Ill 

71 

16 

18 

448 

2,244 

2,206 

356 

182 

79 
230 

4,342 
501 

3,611 
844 
437 



7,125 

460 

640 

2,460 

26,653 

55,084 

36,156 

78,090 

3,578 

3,560 

14,565 

425,711 

70,975 

278,825 



10,925 



Totals. 



15,696 



1,014,807 



Making a total length of openings of about 192 miles, 
an increase of fifty-two miles from the previous year. 

Permits for occupation of public ways for purposes 
other than openings have been issued as follows : 



Advertising by men wearing lettered hat and coat 

Cleaning snow from roof .... 

Driving cattle through the streets 

Dumping snow in public alleys 

Erecting and repairing awnings . 

Erecting and repairing buildings . 

Painting or minor repairs .... 

Feeding horses on streets .... 

Moving buildings in the streets . 

Placing signs flat in buildings 

Projecting signs or lamps .... 

Raising or lowering safes or heavy machinery 

Loading and unloading goods 

Emergency permits (Class B) . . . 

Carried forward 



59 
45 
11 
23 

1,370 
3,773 
4,223 

955 

27 

1,308 

393 

243 
2 

274 

12,706 



324 



City Document No. 26. 



Brought forward 

Special permits for other than the above purposes 
Annual permits for other purposes 

Total . . 

Total for openings in public ways 

Total of all permits issued .... 



12,706 

51 

427 

13,184 
15,696 

28,880 



* The income from the issuance of permits amounted 
to $32,258.03, divided as follows: 



Class No. 1. 


Openings .... 


2. 


Emergency openings 


3. 


Advertising .... 


4. 


Cleaning snow from roofs 


5. 


Driving cattle 


6. 


Dumping snow 


7. 


Erecting and repairing awnin 


8. 


Erection, alteration and repah 




buildings .... 


9. 


Minor repairs on buildings . 


10. 


Feeding horses 


11. 


Moving buildings . 


12. 


Painting signs on fences 


13. 


Placing flat signs . 


14. 


Projecting signs, etc. 


15. 


Raising and lowering 


16. 


Loading and unloading 


17. 


Emergency, Class B 


18. 


Special 


19. 


Annual permits 



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$8,096 00 


524 


50 


26 


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11 


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685 


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16,744 


28 


2,113 


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355 


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654 00 


393 


00 


243 


00 


7 


00 


274 00 


12 


75 


1,064 00 



Total 



$32,258 03 



Sidewalk Defects. 

One thousand two hundred and ninety-eight (1,298) 
notices were sent to property owners to make repairs on 
sidewalks for the maintenance of which they were respon- 
sible. These included steps, fences, portions of build- 
ings encroaching on sidewalks and defective bulkheads, 
area covers, etc. 



* $25,088.62 cash paid in to City Collector, 
of balance, $7,169.41. 



Bills sent to City Collector for collection 



Public Works Department. 



325 



Roadway Defects. 

Twenty-three thousand seven hundred and fifty- 
seven (23,757) notices were sent out to district foremen, 
contractors, public service corporations and others to 
make repairs in the streets where defects existed on 
account of operations for which they were responsible. 
One hundred and eighty-two (182) notices were sent 
departments, corporations and others to perform work 
under the direction of the Paving Service, made neces- 
sary by construction or resurfacing of streets by the 
Paving Service. 

Poles. 

Permits have been issued for the placing of 181 poles 
in the public ways in accordance with plans filed in the 
Permit Office. Permits have been issued for removal of 
344 poles and for the resetting of 1,058 defective or 
unsafe poles. 

Bonds. 

There are on file in the Permit Office seventeen hun- 
dred (1,700) bonds covering the issuance of permits and 
maintenance of certain structures. 



Street Numbering. 
Building numbers have been assigned as listed below: 





Entire 
Streets 
Num- 
bered. 


Entire 
Streets 
Renum- 
bered. 


Partly 
Num- 
bered 
Streets. 


Partly 
Renum- 
bered 
Streets. 


Estates 
Num- 
bered. 


Estates 
Renum- 
bered. 


Figures 
Issued. 






1 


3 




103 

16 

277 

90 

534 

203 

338 

362 

91 


12 

45 

87 
74 
76 
79 
104 


325 






38 






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9 
7 

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2 

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3 


914 






259 






2 
3 
3 
2 
9 


1,556 
710 










980 




2 


1,087 
502 


Hyde Park 








Totals 


2 


21 


56 


6 


2,014 


477 


6,371 



326 



City Document No. 26. 



Plans. 
During the year plans were filed as follows: 



Pole. 



Track. 



Conduit. 



New England Telephone and Telegraph Company . 

Edison Electric Illuminating Company 

Boston Elevated Railway Company 

Hyde Park Gas and Electric Light Company 

Charlestown Gas and Electric Company 

East Boston Gas Company , 

Boston Consolidated Gas Company 

Postal Telegraph Cable Company 

Bay State Street Railway Company 

Western Union Telegraph Company 

Boston Low Tension Wire Association 

American Telephone and Telegraph Company 

Boston Fire Department 

Boston Police Department 



76 

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17 



1 

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1 



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75 
587 

16 

12 
5 
4 

22 



Totals. 



245 



21 



738 



Poles, 245; tracks, 21; conduits, 738; miscellaneous, 
43; total of 1,047 plans filed this year, making a total 
of plans on file of 11,628. 



LIST OF STREETS WITH SMOOTH 
PAVEMENT. 

For list of streets having a smooth pavement 
see pamphlet published separately. 



Public Works Department. 



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SANITARY SERVICE. 



Financial Statement. 

Expenditures from February 1, 1913, to January 

31, 1914 $968,252 20 

Amount transferred by Service transfer, for work 
done and materials furnished: 
Lighting Service . $427 80 

Paving Service . 13,898 72 
Street Cleaning and 

Oiling Service . 33,684 43 

$48,010 95 



Less Service transfers, work done 
and materials furnished by 
other Services: 

Paving Service . $1,145 32 

Street Cleaning and 

Oiling Service . 3,931 99 



5,077 31 



42,933 64 



Cost of maintenance of Sanitary Service . $925,318 56 
Of this amount there was received and credited to 
the appropriation: 
For the sale of tickets for the re- 
moval of ashes and waste . $60,530 05 
Sale of "Cormorant" . . . 8,287 42 

Sale of old material . . . 358 37 

Sale of old hose .... 50 00 

Refund Adams Express . . 47 

Work done and materials fur- 
nished different divisions and 
departments .... 5,973 12 



75,199 43 
Net cost of maintenance of Sanitary Service, $850,119 13 



346 



City Document No. 26. 



SPECIAL APPROPRIATIONS. 



Land and Buildings, Refuse Stations. 
Albany Street Transfer Station. 



Labor, engineering .... 




$253 10 


Labor, building run .... 




613 31 


Teaming 




66 00 


Blacksmith work, guard rails . 




113 75 


Scales (new) 




177 50 


Covering I-beams, etc. 




527 21 


Amount paid to Lawler Brothers, under contract : 




Contract price .... 


$31,033 00 




Extra work : 






Removing capstan 


7 30 




Build concrete pier . 


255 42 




Drill I-beams .... 


100 00 




Material and planking around 






dump strip .... 


161 23 




Allowance on account of delay, 


1,733 40 
$33,290 35 




Credit. 






Less second-hand 






oak piles in 






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piles . . $60 00 






78 M. feet lum- 






ber at $34.50 . 2,691 00 






14 chutes at $20, 280 00 


3,031 00 










$30,259 35 




Less amount paid in 1912 


6,003 72 


24,255 63 








V 


$26,006 50 


Fort Hill Wharf, Atlantic Avenue Transfer Station. 






$84 00 


Electric lighting .... 




50 59 


Blacksmith work, guard rails . 




189 06 






$323 65 



Public Works Department. 



347 



Brought forward .... 




$323 65 


Scales (new) 




382 


80 


Covering I-beams, etc. 




580 


87 


Roofing, fire hose, etc. 




466 


10 


Sundries 




15 


79 


Amount paid to Rendle & Stoddard under con- 






tract : 








Contract price .... 


$64,864 00 






Extra work: 








Concrete piers changed to piles, 


25 00 






Sheathing driven in bulkhead, 


38 78 






Extra bend at exit incline 


56 56 






Stone wall on north side line . 


38 88 






False cap under main girder 








caps 


26 00 






Curve extended on exit incline, 


31 77 






Cutting away to make room for 








I-beam 


10 50 






Shims on both runways . 


23 48 






3 extra doors built 


17 05 






Holes drilled in roof beams 


40 60 






Holes drilled in steel beams 


31 50 






Plank laid on exit runway 


13 25 






Fence posts moved back and 








gate built on exit incline 


20 80 






End of iron beams planked, 








entrance incline 


98 50 






Wheel guards around gate 








posts 


14 55 






Fender blocks at corner of 








drives 


10 50 






Bevel hatch combings 


6 00 






2 by 4 spiking pieces placed to 








fasten rafters and bridge 


143 50 







Less amount paid in 1912 



511 22 
61,620 80 



3,890 42 



i,659 63 



South Station Transfer Station. 




Labor, inspection 


$147 00 


Labor 


90 82 


Teaming 


28 70 


Electric lights 


211 82 


Blacksmith work, guard rails .... 


330 42 


Scales 


382 80 


Carried forward 


$1,191 56 



348 City Document No. 26. 









$1,191 


56 


Covering I-beams, fire hose, etc. 






587 


02 


Sundries 






10 


49 


Amount paid to Lawler Brothers 


under con- 






tract : 










Contract price .... 


$71,330 






Extra work : 










Removing two trees . 


25 


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Extra girder braces 


159 


71 






500 feet B. M. hard pine . 


20 


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Roof beams drilled and rider 










plates placed .... 


173 


27 






3 extra doors furnished and 










placed 


25 


19 






Molding changed 


31 


85 






Help furnished for emergency 










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62 


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$71,830 


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Credit. 










Less deduction for change in 










size of lumber 


167 


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$71,662 83 




Less amount paid in 1912 


60,026 


72 


11,636 


11 




$13,425 


18 



Ward Street Transfer Station. 

Labor, clearing ground . . . $122 68 

Labor, engineering .... 163 54 
Commission paid to real estate 

dealer 150 00 



$436 22 



Total Cost of House Dirt, Waste and Rubbish and House 

Offal. 

Salaries of division engineer, supervisor, medical 

inspector and general foreman .... $9,237 91 
Office supplies and expenses, printing, stationery, 

etc. . . . . 5,424 63 

Ashes, waste and rubbish account .... 604,074 09 

House offal account 251,183 85 

Annuities $600 00 

Retired veterans' pensions . 3,775 28 



Carried forward .... $4,375 28 $869,920 48 



Public Works Department. 349 

Brought forward .... $4,375 28 $869,920 48 
Retired laborers' pensions . . 9,391 20 

13,766 48 

$883,686 96 

Construction, Repair and Horseshoeing Account. 

Expended for labor .... $58,210 54 
Expended for stock . . . 26,354 70 



(Service Transfers.) 
Street Cleaning and Oiling Service, $29,752 44 

Paving Service 12,753 40 

Lighting Service .... 427 80 



84,565 24 



,252 20 



42,933 64 
$925,318 56 

Total Revenue Received for Board and Care of Horses, Rent, 
Use of Dumping Boats, Shoeing, Repairing Vehicles, etc. 

Bridge Service, Bridge and Ferry Division . . $683 79 

Paving Service, Highway Division . . . 13,898 72 

Lighting Service, Highway Division . 427 80 
Street Cleaning and Oiling Service, Highway 

Division 33,684 43 

Sewer Service, Sewer and Water Division . 1,729 54 

Water Service, Sewer and Water Division . . 3,289 54 

Health Department 270 25 



Gross revenue $53,984 07 



Paid in transfers .... $48,010 95 
Paid in to collector . . . . 5,973 12 



,984 07 



Money deposited, bills presented and collections 
made by the City Collector during the year ending 
January 31, 1914: 

Bills Presented and Money Deposited. 

To letting of scow privileges . . $859 85 

Sale of offal, Hyde Park . . . 1,156 32 

Sale of junk 289 59 

Sale of manure 878 58 



Carried forward . . . . $3,184 34 



350 



City Document No. 26. 



Brought forward .... 


$3,184 34 




Use of Barney dumpers . 


3,700 00 




Tearing down runway, Fort Hill 






Wharf 


356 00 


$7,240 34 






Amount Collected 


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Sale of manure 


$878 58 




To letting of scow privileges . 


859 85 




Use of Barney dumpers . 


3,580 00 




Use of paper cart .... 


x 25 00 




Use of paper cart .... 


2 2 50 




Tearing down runway, Fort Hill 






Wharf 


356 00 




Collection of offal, Hyde Park . 


3 289 08 




Collection of offal, Hyde Park 


978 57 




Sale of junk 


289 59 


$7,259 17 






1 Deposited 1912-13. - Deposited 1S11-12. 


3 Deposited 1912-13. 



Items of Expenditure for the Year 1913=14. 



Items. 



Total Amount 
Expended. 



Salary, Division Engineer (in part) 

Salary, supervisor 

Salary, general foreman 

Salaries, yard clerks 

Salaries, foreman 

Salaries, engineers 

Labor — collecting and disposing of house dirt and ashes 

Labor — collecting and disposing of waste and rubbish 

Labor — collecting and disposing of house offal 

Labor and stock in stables and yards 

Hired teams on ashes 

Hired teams on offal 

Contracts on ashes — East Boston, Brighton, West Roxbury 

and Dorchester 

Contracts on offal — East Boston, Brighton, West Roxbury 

and Dorchester 

Ash and offal stock 

Holidays, pay allowed 

Grain 

Hay and straw 

Medical attendance on injured employees 

Pay allowed injured employees 

Horses, new 

Carried forward 



$1,250 00 

*2,991 56 

1,795 04 

1,643 23 

10,324 84 

20 00 

250,049 72 

31,997 40 

151,339 54 

59,402 00 

103,966 53 

1,609 42 

83,856 11 

43,712 17 

541 23 

39,760 25 

20,746 29 

20,054 87 

499 98 

2,787 86 

3,558 70 



$831,906 74 



* One-half of Supervisor's salary paid by Street Cleaning and Oiling Service. 



Public Woeks Department. 

Items of Expenditure. — Concluded. 



351 



Items. 



Total Amount 
Expended. 



Brought forward 

Veterinary services and medicine 

Horse hire 

Outside board and care of horses 

Outside horseshoeing, wheelwrighting, blacksmithing, etc. . 
Labor and stock — paint, wheelwright, blacksmith and 

harness shops 

Dumping boats — stock and supplies 

Repairs to stables and sheds 

Repairs to wharves and boats 

Fuel 

Gas 

Electric light and power .• 

Printing, stationery, office items and incidentals 

Automobile expense: 



Cost 

Supplies 

Repairs 

Tires and tubes. . . 

Gasolene 

Storage 

Chauffeur wages. . 

Totals 



Super- 
visor. 



$194 60 
456 62 
389 77 
208 01 
180 00 

1,038 10 



2,467 10 



General 
Foreman. 



Trucks. 



$77 79 
332 81 
132 91 
151 34 
180 00 



$874 85 



Peerless. Garford. 



!,643 97 
26 55 
8S9 45 
70 79 
265 11 
140 00 
600 00 



$4,635 87 



Total. 



$4,500 00 
""8i'57 



47 35 
100 00 
270 00 



$4,998 92 



$7,143 97 
298 94 

1,760 45 
593 47 
671 81 
600 00 

1,908 10 



$12,976 74 



Advertising 

Rents 

Tolls and fares 

Telephones 

Taxes 

Annuities 

Pensions, retired veterans. 
Pensions, retired laborers. 



Gross expenditures of Sanitary Service 

Amounts paid by other departments and divisions . 

Cost of maintenance of Sanitary Service 



$831,906 74 

1,226 63 

86 00 

1,396 00 

5,849 71 

75,293 54 
101 70 
2,638 47 
3,153 59 
1,337 01 
553 19 
3,772 96 
4,192 21 



12,976 74 



118 60 

7,394 98 

45 70 

1,203 98 

1,237 97 

600 00 

3,775 28 

9,391 20 



,252 20 
42,933 64 



$925,318 56 



352 



City Document No. 26. 



Construction and Repair Shops, 1913-14- 

For work done and materials furnished for other 
services and departments and for the Sanitary Service 
the different shops received and expended the following 
amounts : 



Shops. 



Stock and Labor. 



Other Services 

and 
Departments. 



Sanitary. 



Total. 



Wheelwright 

Blacksmith — South End . . 
Blacksmith — West End. . . 

Paint 

Harness 

Horseshoeing — South End, 
Horseshoeing — West End. . 
Horseshoeing — Roxbury. . . 



£7,971 04 
9,137 19 



7,603 30 
4,550 04 
3,816 25 
1,280 25 

584 25 



$11,611 82 
9,208 46 
8 60 
5,586 78 
8,003 88 
1,511 95 
1,832 32 
1,807 27 



$19,582 86 

18,345 65 

8 60 

13,190 08 

12,553 92 

5,328 20 

3,112 57 

2,391 52 



Totals, stock and labor. . 



$34,942 32 



),571 08 



$74,513 40 



Foreman 


$1,524 28 


Clerk 


780 14 


Express teamster .... 


734 39 


Allowed time and holidays 


5,630 37 


Pay allowed injured employees and 




medical attendance 


88 38 


Expended for electric power 


514 14 



Total cost, maintenance of shops 
Income from outside services and depart- 
ments 

Net cost of maintenance of shops to Sanitary 
Service 



9,271 70 
183,785 10 
34,942 32 



,842 78 



Detailed Account of Amounts Paid to the Sanitary Service During 
Year Ending January 31, 1914- 

For official salaries $2,081 04 

For repair and construction work . . 29,261 57 

For horseshoeing 5,680 75 

For use of dumping boats 7,831 50 

For hay, straw, grain and board and care of 

horses 3,485 87 



Carried forward 



,340 73 



Public Works Department. 



353 



Brought forward 

For feeders, stablemen and watchmen 

For fuel, light, etc . # 

For board and care of sick horses in veterinary 

hospital 

For rent of wharf, Atlantic avenue 

For labor and supervision, cleaning and watering 

streets .... 

For contract teams on snow 
For labor and supervision, removing snow 
For furnishings of prison vans 
For telephones 

Total income 



$48,340 73 

1,810 07 

775 32 


912 00 
3,000 00 


439 25 

41 25 

267 69 

27 01 
6 75 


*$55,620 07 



* Includes bill paid by County of Suffolk, $1,636, and 1912 bills paid by Water 
Service. $155.68. 



Amounts Paid to Other Services for the Year Ending January SI, 
1914, by the Sanitary Service. 

To Street Cleaning and Oiling Ser- 
vice, removal of ashes . . $3,931 99 

To Paving Service, labor, ashes . 80 38 

To Paving Service, board and care 

of horses 863 97 

To Paving Service, lumber, gravel, 

sand, etc. ...... 200 97 

$5,077 31 



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354 



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7,413 32 


$2,351 70 


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$2,351 70 







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Loads. 


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Tons. 


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1911 

1912 

1913 


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274,737 
282,190 
269,982 


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746,585 
707,916 
781,140 
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335,997 
333,782 
368,327 
337,560 



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Amount of House Offal Removed. 



Years. 



Loads. 



Cubic 
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Tons. 



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1910 
1911 
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1913 



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108,832 
124,302 



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63,451 
70,126 
73,462 
83,903 



Force Employed on Waste and Rubbish January 31, 1914. 



City Force. 


Number. 


Inspectors 


2 




12 


Helpers 


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Total 


35 







Amount of Waste and Rubbish Removed. 





Loads. 


Cubic 
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Years. 


Paper 
Carts. 


Market 
Wagons. 


Tons. 


1909 


5,556 
5,655 
1,943 
1,308 
1,174 


7,397 
8,370 
4,847 
5,490 
7,812 


99,975 
112,801 
63,719 
66,598 
75,257 


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12,328 

8,250 

8,632 

9,747 


1910 


1911 


1912 


1913 





Number of Loads of Material Collected from February 1, 1907, 
to January 29, 1914. 



Years. 


Ashes. 


Offal. 


Rubbish. 


Total 
Loads. 


Tons. 


1907 


377,058 
339,913 
299,071 
284,343 
274,737 
282,190 
269,982 


64,712 
62,892 
54,747 
48,610 
47,372 
49,107 
54,873 


17,169 

16,238 

12,953 

14,025 

6,790 

6,798 

8,986 


458,939 
419,045 
366,771 
346,978 
328,899 
338,095 
333,841 


379,067 
403,767 
391,343 
411,776 


1908 


1909 


1910 


1911 


412,158 


1912 


450,421 
431,220 


1913 





358 



City Document No. 26. 



Capacity of Carts and Wagons in Use by the Sanitary Service. 



Pounds. 



Cubic Feet. 



Single ash carts 

Double ash carts (City) 

Double ash carts (contractors) 

Paper carts 

Paper wagons (City) 

Paper wagons (contractors) . . . 

Single offal wagons 

Double offal wagons 



1,886 
3,300 
5,064 
1,400 
2,200 
3,000 
2,363 
5,726 



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Paper 
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Cubic 
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Tons. 


Total 
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DlSTRTCTS. 


Single. 


Double. 


Cubic 
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Ashes. 


Paper. 


Ashes 

and 
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10,212 
9,254 
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22,933 
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38,149 
25,880 
123,150 
10,643 






24,941 
17,988 
12,202 
58,065 
5,018 


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Brighton 


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17,988 


West Roxbury 






12,202 




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59,312 


Hyde Park 


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6,814 


50,586 


250,720 


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118,214 


1,247 


119,451 




Offal Loads. 


Summary. 




Single. 


Double. 


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Tons. 


Material. 


Cubic 
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Tons. 






1,550 

1,705 

1,148 

10,990 


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5,96 
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3 2,729 
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Cost of Collection and Disposal of Refuse by Day Labor Force in the City of Boston for the Year 1913=14. 



Districts 
and Pop- 
ulation. 



Character of Refuse. 



Cost per Ton bt Districts. 



Tons. 
< 2,(100 
lbs.) 



Total 
Collection 
md Disposal 



Total Cost 
of Disposal. 



Total Cost 
per Capita, 

Collection 
and 

Disposal. 



Where Disposed of. 



5 (part) 
(144,062) 



Hyde Park. 
t(16,376) 



Mixed refuse, principally ashes (no kitchen wastes). 

Garbage, principally kitchen wastes 

Store refuse, principally paper 



21,324 

4,541 

316 



SI 7315 
3 6485 
3 1059 



$1 7666 
3 648 
3 1059 



Mixed refuse, principally ashes (no kitchen wastes) . 

Garbage, principally kitchen wastes 

Store refuse, principally paper 



Av. $2 ( 

$2 63G6 
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5 0296 



Av. $0 0286 
$0 0584 
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0527 



Av. $2 1092 
$2 6950 
6 1039 
5 0296 



Mixed refuse, principally ashes (no kitchen wastes). 

Garbage, principally kitchen wastes 

Store refuse, principally paper 



55,044 

13,828 

426 



Av. $3 1922 
$2 0731 
3 6237 
2 8051 



Av. $0 0551 
$0 0551 
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Av. $3 2459 
$2 1282 
3 6286 
2 8051 



Mixed refuse, principally ashes (no kitchen wastes). 

Garbage, principally kitchen wastes 

Store refuse, principally paper 



19,330 
6,23 



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$2 0616 

2 8052 

3 0876 



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$2 1293 

2 8921 
4 0047 



Mixed refuse, principally ashes (nn kitchen wastes) . 

Garbage, principally kitcheD wastes 

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53,40.5 
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1,419 



Garbage, principally kitchen wastes 

Contract, Boston Development and Sanitary Com 
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SI 7611 
3 0426 
6 4960 



Av. S2 3984 
SI 7611 
3 0426 
6 4960 



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$3 2562 



Av. $2 0052 
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16,568 18 

981 48 



S34.917 06 

15,131 39 

513 02 



S773 39 
61 23 



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50,108 88 

1,195 02 



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19,257 42 



1,680 49 
57 20 



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19,472 99 
9,217 93 



122,771 97 
3,034 84 



122,777 04 

3,034 84 

112,652 47 



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To inland dumps. 

Boston Development and Sanitary Company. 

To inland dumps. 

To inland dumps. 

Boston Development and Sanitary Company. 



To inland dumps. 

Boston Development and Sanitary Company. 

To inland dumps. 



39,994 tons to sea; 45,039 tons to Boston 
Development and Sanitary Company. 

Boston Development and Sanitary Company. 



To sea. 

Boston Development and Sanitary Company. 

City Refuse Utilization Company.* 



Total, as above $752,416 74 

Add total of contract table (page 361) 172,901 82 

Net amount of appropriation ■ . $925,318 56 

* Contracts for disposal, 
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Public Works Department. 



363 



CITY OF BOSTON CHARLESTON 

SANITARY DISTRICTS POP. 4^747 

1913 




FICURES SHOW ESTIMATED 
MEAN 1913 POPULATION AND 
POP. PER ACRE: ALSO.TOTAL 
WEIGHT OF REFUSE AND COST 
PER CAPITA FOR THE YEAR. 



364 City Document No. 26. 



HIGHWAY DIVISION — STREET CLEANING 
AND OILING SERVICE. 



Items of Expenditure for the Year. 

Street Cleaning Branch. 

General administration $21,162 65 

Salary of division engineer (in part) , $875 00 

Salary of supervisor (in part) . . 762 27 

Salary of medical inspector (in part) , 360 27 

Salary of general foreman . . 2,560 51 

Salary of inspector of uniforms (in 

part) 1,035 09 

Stationery 108 95 

Postage 116 21 

Printing 891 45 

Telephone service .... 474 12 

Advertising 2 60 

Incidentals 17 40 

Coffee . . . . $2 15 
Experimental work . 4 75 
Photographs ... 3 00 
Engineer's services . 7 50 
Automobile repairs and mainte- 
nance 2,809 11 

Supplies .... $206 61 
Garage rent . . . 181 50 
Gasolene, oil, etc. . . 304 54 
Tubes, tires, cases, new, 571 57 
Tubes, tires, cases, re- 
pairs of ... 62 95 
Engine and body re- 
pairs . . . . 371 94 
Wages of chauffeur, gen- 
eral foreman . . 1,110 00 
Wages of supervisor's chauffeur (in 

part) 278 25 

Annuity, chapter 569, Acts of 1898, 300 00 

Pensions paid to veterans, Civil War 

(retired) 3,472 46 

Pensions paid to retired laborers . 5,571 53 

Uniforms . . . ... . 1,527 43 

Carried forward $21,162 65 



Public Works Department. 



365 



Brought forward .... 

General expenses, other than general 
tion . . . . 

Wages of stablemen . 

Wages of yardmen . 

Wages of watchmen . 

Wages of foremen's drivers 

Wages of yard clerks and messengers, 

Veterinary services and medicines 

Hay and straw .... 

Grain 

Wagons and carriages, repairs . 

Harnesses, new and repairs 

Horseshoeing .... 

Horses, new .... 

Horses, clipping of . 

Horses, outside board and care of 

Stables and yards, rent of 

Stables and yards, taxes on 

Stables and yards, blankets, cover- 
ings, brushes, oils, greases, pol- 
ishes, furnishings 

Stables and yards, buildings, re- 
pairs 

Electric light, yards and stables 

Fuel, yards and stables . 

Operating expenses .... 

District foremen, salaries of 

Subforemen, wages of, on paved 
streets gutters, crossings, snow 
work, patrolling, etc. 

Laborers, wages of, on paved streets, 
gutters, crossings, snow work, 
patrolling, etc 

Hired teams, on paved streets, gut- 
ters, crossings, snow work, pa- 
trolling, etc. 

Horses, driving, hire of 

Holidays, pay allowed 

Pay allowed injured employees 

Dumps, labor on 

Dumps, rent of . 

Snow license (part cost) . 

Flushing machines, new . 

Flushing machines, repairs 

Sweeping machines, repairs, etc. 

Water carts, repairs, etc. . 

Carts, repairs .... 

Carried forward . 



administra- 



$23,500 76 

6,125 68 

5,307 49 

970 58 

2,680 54 

1,600 47 

17,027 99 

15,439 84 

1,947 38 

2,738 38 

7,274 00 

10,963 70 

57 00 

3,839 00 

3,280 86 

844 99 



3,789 11 

2,444 94 

1,128 20 

470 02 



$21,162 65 
111,430 93 



$15,413 39 

30,324 12 

255,095 73 



16,391 35 

198 00 

30,878 85 

1,802 63 

3,761 35 

10,282 71 

500 00 

2,312 20 

671 03 

3,888 66 

1,190 04 

6,899 84 



392,352 31 



$512,203 48 $524,945 89 



366 City Document No. 26. 

Brought forward . . ... $512,203 48 $524,945 89 

Snowplows, road machines, etc., 

new 624 00 

Snowplows, road machines, etc., re- 
pairs . . . . . 281 22 

Push brooms, team brooms, handles, 



etc 


2,187 00 


Hoes, shovels, picks, etc. . 


1,169 13 


Machine brooms and cores 


4,295 00 


Push carts and barrels . . . 


1,929 50 


Refuse boxes . . ... 


1,056 51 


Sand barrels and boxes 


46 37 


Sand (used on slippery streets) 


564 35 


Hose, for flushing machines 


192 78 


Hose, for watering carts . . . 


72 90 


Calcium chloride, for watering 




streets 


323 65 


Total expenditures 


. $524,945 89 


Street Oiling and Watering Branch. 


General administration 


$7,089 18 


Salary of division engineer (in part) , 


$375 00 


Salary of supervisor (in part), . 


762 27 


Salary of medical inspector (in part), 


154 40 


Salary of general foreman . . 


1,499 48 


Salary of inspector of uniforms (in 




part) 


77 91 


Wages of messenger .... 


262 00 


Stationery 


46 69 


Printing 


272 11 


Postage 


107 32 


Advertising 


4 10 


Telephone service .... 


55 94 


Traveling expense .... 


21 00 


Damages to property 


66 35 


Analyses of oils 


35 00 


Engineer's services .... 


2 50 


Express charges .... 


1 70 


Automobile expense, general fore- 




man 


2,952 19 


New Rambler . $1,200 00 




Registration . . 10 00 




Garage rent . . . 180 00 




Gasolene, oil, etc. . . 230 81 




Tubes, tires, cases, new, 364 20 




Tubes, tires, cases, re- 




pairs . . . . 38 46 




Carried forward . $2,023 47 


$6,695 96 $7,089 18 



Public Works Department. 



367 



Brought forward . $2,023 47 


$6,695 96 $7,089 18 


Engine and body re- 




pairs . . . 793 49 




Supplies . . . 104 45 




Wages of chauffeur (gen- 




eral foreman) . . 30 78 




Wages of supervisor's chauffeur (in 




part) 


278 25 


Uniforms 


114 97 


General expenses, other than general adminis- 


tration 


4,782 88 


Wages of stablemen, watchmen and 




yardmen 


$2,281 31 


Veterinary services and medicines . 


34 64 


Hay, straw and grain 


684 89 


Wagons and carriages, repairs 


319 55 


Harnesses, new and repairs 


97 62 


Horseshoeing 


132 50 


Horses, new 


325 00 


Yard and stables, blankets, covers, 




brushes, oils, greases, polishes, 




furnishings .... 


427 81 


Yard and stable buildings, repairs . 


368 91 


Light and fuel 


47 75 


Bicycles, repairs .... 


62 90 


Operating expenses .... 


. 216,639 44 


Inspector, wages, water distribu- 




tion 


10,843 11 


Inspectors, wages, oil distribution . 


2,957 13 


Inspectors, wages, oil, plants and 




cars 


1,225 00 


Laborers, wages, water distribution, 


176 63 


Laborers, wages, oil distribution 


3,835 26 


Laborers, wages, oil, plants and cars, 


5,638 44 


Laborers, wages, calcium chloride . 


519 87 


Chauffeurs and operators on auto 




trucks 


360 42 


Hired teams, oil distribution . 


12,001 50 


Hired teams, water distribution 


67,777 31 


Hired teams, plants .... 


1,007 63 


Hired teams, calcium chloride . 


418 36 


Pay allowed injured employees 


100 00 


Holidays, pay allowed 


1,350 10 


Fuel, used at plants .... 


666 64 


Oil plants, repairs and furnishings . 


1,020 43 


Standpipes, repair and maintenance, 


2,230 67 


Calcium chloride .... 


1,377 09 


Road oil 


94,788 33 


Soap, emulsifying .... 


2,734 87 



Carried forward 



$222,900 85 $228,511 50 



368 



City Document No. 26. 



Brought forward .... 

Lime, ash, sand, etc. 

Sand and oil, labor mixing 

Automobile truck, repairs and main- 
tenance 

Automobile express, repairs and 
maintenance .... 

Oil and water carts, repairs 

Tools 

Rent, Whittemore car siding, Mt. 
Hope 

Freights and demurrage on oil cars . 

Total expenditures . 



$222,900 85 $228,511 50 
39 93 



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69 






137 63 

3,138 63 

15 67 






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1,549 


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91 








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50 



Total, Street Cleaning Branch . $524,945 89 
Total, Street Oiling and Watering 

Branch 228,511 50 



Grand total 



$753,457 39 



Miles and Areas of Streets Cared for, Year 1913=14. 





Location. 


Miles of Streets 
Cared for. 


Square Yards 
Cared for. 


Total 
Square 
Yards. 


District No. 


Paved. 


Macadam. 


30-foot 

Roadway. 

Paved. 


Macadam. 

9-foot 

Wide 

Gutters. 


1 




20.19 
7.21 
12.91 
9.26 
17.32 
11.16 
28.20 
12.46 
20.83 


17.82 
19.23 
11.60 
24.32 

9.29 
12.01 

1.22 
18.00 

0.94 


424,000 
154,000 
293,000 
201,000 
383,000 
225,000 
570,000 
252,000 
421,000 


94,090 

101,535 

61,250 

128,410 

49,050 

63,415 

6,440 

95,040 

4,965 


518,090 


2 




255,535 


3 




354,250 


6 




329,410 


7 




432,050 


8 


South End (uptown) 

South End (downtown) . . . 


288,415 


8 


576,440 


9 


347,040 


10 


North and West Ends 


425,965 






Totals 




139.54 


114.43 


2,923,000 


604,195 


3,527,195 









Public Works Department. 



369 



Summary. 



Items. 


Street Cleaning Branch. 


Street Oiling and Watering 
Branch. 




1912-1913. 


1913-1914. 


1912-1913. 


1913-1914. 


Labor 

Teaming 

Supplies and re- 
pairs 


$365,620 S4 
15,223 54 

106,454 45 


$382,842 51 
16,589 35 

125,514 03 


$28,045 84 
69,694 47 

101,253 62 


$32,727 46 
81,204 80 

114,579 24 






Totals 


$487,298 83 


$524,945 89 


$198,993 93 


$228,511 50 



Amount of Hay, Straw, Oats and Shorts Used by the Street Clean= 
ing and Oiling Service for the Year 1912=13. 



Amount Used. 

Hay 1,111,822 lbs. 

Straw 68.248 lbs. 

Shorts 47,500 lbs. 



Oats 



30,166 bu. 



Price Paid. 

Highest. Lowest. 

Per Ton. 

$22 50 $18 25 
21 75 18 00 
28 00 23 00 

Per Bushel. 

$0 52f $0 41 



Distribution of Horses and Rolling Stock January 31, 1914. 



Items. 

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Horses, driving. 
Carts, single. . . 
Carts, watering , 
Machines: 

Single 

Double 

Flushing 

Road 

Wagons: 

Express 

Concord 

Exercising. . . 

Snowplows 

Buggies 



Oil 
Plants. 



13 



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2 

16 
1 



Districts. 



South 
Stable. 



West 
Stable. 



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371 



Snow Work. 

Cost of Snow Work and Volume of Snow Removed. 





Snow Work 
on Cross- 
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Total Cost. 


Snow Removal. 


Districts. 


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Single 

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11. Patrol System 


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* Includes Sundays paid time 
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and one-half, holidays paid double 
loads, 2.6 cubic yards. 



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Items. 


Cost of 
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Cost of 
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Total Cost. 


Amount 
of Snow 
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Cost 
per Load 
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Cubic 
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Yard 
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11,761 29 


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640 27 


$20,219 88 
12,401 56 


9,605 


24,972 


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$0 81 


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$6,767 64 


$32,621 44 











372 



City Document No. 26. 



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DISTRIBUTION OF EXPENDITURES. 



Removing snow .... $20,219 S8 
Snow work on crossings and gut- 
ters 12,401 56 

■ $32,621 44 

Flushing streets 21,562 75 

Street patrolling by teams . . $25,198 62 
Street patrolling by push carts . 104,994 79 
Cleaning of subway passage . 1,067 10 

Collection of refuse boxes . . 6,247 91 

137,508 42 

Cleaning of paved streets and 

gutters $319,932 32 

Cleaning of public alleys . 505 62 

320,437 94 

Sanding of slippery streets 1,835 06 

Purchase of new horses . . . . . $10,963 70 
Work performed for Sanitary Service . . 16 58 



$513,965 61 
10,980 28 



Total expenditures, Street Cleaning Branch . . . $524,945 89 
Oiling of public streets and ways . . . $138,331 37 
Watering of public streets and ways . . 90,180 13 
Total expenditures, Street Watering and Oiling 
Branch 



228,511 50 



Total expenditures, Street Cleaning and 

Oiling Service $753,457 39 



Public Works Department. 379 



APPENDIX D. 



REPORT OF THE DIVISION ENGINEER OF 
THE SEWER AND WATER DIVISION. 



February 2, 1914. 

Mr. L. K. Rourke, 

Commissioner of Public Works: 

Dear Sir,- — I respectfully submit the following 
report of the income, expenditures and operation of the 
Sewer and Water Division for the year 1913. 

SEWER SERVICE. 

The more important items o c work completed during 
1913, or in progress at present, together with a brief 
list of the work which it is intended to do in 1914, are 
as follows: 

Brighton. 

Two thousand one hundred and fifty-four linear feet 
of 2-foot 6-inch concrete and pipe surface drains in 
Brainerd road. 

Three hundred and fifty feet of 6-foot 6-inch by 
5-foot concrete conduit in Commonwealth avenue, at 
St. Lukes road. 

Two thousand nine hundred and thirty-five linear 
feet of pipe sewers and surface drains in Oakland street. 

Contemplated. 

The Telford street outlet across Charles River Reser- 
vation and through Telford street, between Charles 
river and Western avenue. This is to be a 5-foot 
6-inch storm water outlet and is needed for the relief of 
the Everett street area. 

A portion at least of the 7,500 linear feet of 6-foot by 
10-foot 6-inch concrete conduit for the easterly branch 
of Shepard brook, between Charles river and Everett 
street, should be put in. 



380 City Document No. 26. 

It is desirable also to build a sewer and surface drain 
in Mt. Vernon street, with outlets in Foster street and 
private land, to the Faneuil valley sewer and conduit, 
and a concrete and pipe surface drain in Waverly street. 

East Boston. 

The 5-foot by 6-foot concrete culvert between Ben- 
nington and Saratoga streets was completed and pipe 
surface drains built in Thurston street, Butler avenue, 
Breed and Saratoga streets; also a sewer and surface 
drain system in Geneva street, between Gove and 
Porter streets. 

Contemplated. 

One thousand one hundred linear feet of 5-foot 
3-inch by 4-foot 9-inch concrete surface drain should be 
built in Frankfort street, between Prescott road and 
Neptune road, and in Neptune road on the northwest 
side, between Orleans and Cottage streets, and on south- 
east side, between Orleans street and Boston, Revere 
Beach & Lynn Railroad, about 3,000 linear feet of 
3-foot 6-inch concrete and pipe surface drains. 

The sewer in Border street, between Sumner street 
and Central square, has broken down several times and 
should now be rebuilt; and also the Webster street 
sewer, between points 60 feet and 220 feet east of 
Orleans street. 

Charlestown. 

Nothing built during 1913. 

Contemplated. 

About 1,700 linear feet of the Rutherford avenue 
sewer, between Middlesex and Cambridge streets, is in 
a dangerous condition and should be rebuilt; as should 
also the old slate, wood and brick sewer in Thompson 
street, between Warren and Main streets. 

West Roxbury. 

The West Roxbury low level sewer was completed to 
Florence street by building 2,687 linear feet of 2-foot 
6-inch by 3-foot concrete sewer. 

A sewer system was built in Spring, Baker and Gard- 
ner streets, between Charles river and Heldun street, 
aggregating 6,500 linear feet of 3-foot 9-inch concrete 
surface drain and pipe sewers and surface drains. 



Public Works Department. 381 

In Anawan avenue, 2,900 linear feet of pipe sewers 
and 3,400 linear feet of 3-foot 3-inch to 4-foot 6-inch 
circular concrete surface drain were built 

In Montclair avenue, between Merlin and Centre 
streets, there were built 680 linear feet of pipe sewer and 
2,500 linear feet of pipe surface drain. 

Work is in progress on the Spring street brook con- 
duit in private land, between Summer and Centre 
streets. 

Contemplated. 

The Roslindale brook conduit should be extended 
from its present terminus at Anawan avenue to Centre 
street. This would allow of the building of surface 
drains and catch-basins throughout the whole valley 
between Beech street and Mt. Vernon street. This is 
highly desirable as it would remove a large amount of 
storm water from the Roslindale main sewer, which 
has a direct connection with the Metropolitan main 
sewer and pours such a large flood of water into it during 
storms as to cause some complaint on the part of the 
Metropolitan Commission. 

Surface drain systems should be built in the Auburn 
street brook area, in Centre street, between Day and 
Green streets, and in Green street, between Washington 
and Centre streets, the latter not only to separate the 
system but also to relieve the existing sewer system. 

A start should be made on the Temple street brook 
conduit between the metropolitan sewer at Farragut 
street and Temple street at the Needham Branch 
Railroad. 

Surface drains should be built in Central and Centre 
streets, between the New York, New Haven & Hartford 
Railroad and Montclair avenue, and in Parkman road, 
between Jamaicaway and Perkins street. 

Dorchester. 

In the Neponset Playground a 4-foot 9-inch by 4-foot 
6-inch concrete conduit was built from the railroad to 
Neponset avenue, putting out of sight the offensive 
channel. 

Across Hallet street a 7-foot 9-inch by 6-foot 2-inch 
double reinforced concrete conduit to form a part of the 
permanent channel of Davenport brook; this work was 
made necessary by the construction of Hallet street. 



382 City Document No. 26. 

Surface drainage system in Wellington Hill street 
and in Ballou avenue. 

Separate systems were installed in Roach street, Vesta 
road and Bowdoin street. 

A pipe sanitary sewer built in Dorchester avenue, 
between Freeport street brook and Savin Hill avenue, 
also in Adams street, Beach street, Cameron street, 
Downer court and Harrison park. 

The brick intercepting sewer, 5 feet in diameter, in 
Auckland street, between Freeport street brook and 
Hoyt street, rebuilt in concrete, was completed. 

Contemplated. 

The completion of the Mattapan brook conduit and 
accompanying sewer in Astoria street and private land, 
between Norfolk and Delhi streets, and the Davenport 
brook conduit (north branch) in private land between 
Burt and Washington streets. 

Completion of the separate system of sewers in Ballou 
and Woodrow avenues and Lyons street, and of the 
surface drain in Blue Hill avenue, between Deering 
road and Stratton street. 

Construction of the Davenport brook conduit main 
channel, from a point 820 feet easterly of Adams street 
to Magdala street. 

Davenport brook conduit, south branch, from Cod- 
man street to Dorchester avenue. Rebuilding of old 
and defective sewers in Springdale street, between the 
New York, New Haven & Hartford Railroad and 
Denny street, and in Dorchester avenue, from Hyde 
street 155 feet northerly. Systems of sanitary sewers 
in the Rugby district of Dorchester and Hyde Park. 

Hyde Park. 

Pipe sanitary sewers were built throughout the Pine- 
hurst district, where cesspools afforded the only means 
of sewage disposal; 15,292 linear feet of sanitary sewers 
were built. 

In Hyde Park avenue a 2-foot 9-inch concrete con- 
duit, connecting with Mother brook, was built to abolish 
the worst surface water nuisance in Hyde Park, viz., near 
the rear of Kennally's Block, in the center of the busi- 
ness district. 



Public Works Department. 383 

Contemplated. 

Systems of sanitary sewers in: 

The Readville district. 

Hubbard street, from Metropolitan avenue to Huntington 

avenue. 
Huntington avenue, from Jefferson street to Safford street. 
Metropolitan avenue, from Vose street to Greenwood avenue. 
Milton avenue and Washington place. 

Thompson street, from Glenwood avenue to Franklin street. 
Foster street and Washington street. 
Rutledge road, from Blake street to Wood avenue. 

Systems of surface drains in: 

Hyde Park avenue, from Factory street to River street. 
Dana avenue, from Hyde Park avenue to Folsom street, and in 

Folsom street. 
Arlington street, from Hyde Park avenue to Providence street. 
Providence street, from Arlington street to West street. 
Outlet for Business street to Mother brook. 

ROXBTTRY. 

Separate systems of sewers were built in Huntington 
avenue, between Bryant and Gainsborough streets, in 
Munson street, Oak Grove terrace, Seaver and Sarsfield 
streets and in Van Ness street, also a concrete surface 
drain in Fenner street, Cobden street, etc., to relieve 
the floodings in Cobden street. 

Contemplated. 
The work contemplated for the coming year consists 
of the completion of the separate systems of drainage 
in the Cobden street district, the Harold street district 
and the Halleck street district. 

It is also necessary that several streets in the Back 
Bay, such as Haviland street, Batavia street, etc., should 
be rebuilt. 

South Boston. 

The low level sewer consisting of 24-inch, 18-inch and 
15-inch pipe, on piles, across the Commonwealth lands 
from Summer street to Northern avenue and in North- 
ern avenue to the new Commonwealth and Fish Piers, 
was completed. 

The pumping station in Summer street, near E street, 
to lift sewage from the system described above and 



384 City Document No. 26. 

discharge into the old sewer in E street was completed 
and put in operation. This station is underground, 
automatic, electric, and contains two 10-inch Yeomans 
vertical, single suction, inclosed impeller pumps, driven 
by two 20 horse power Westinghouse motors, controlled 
by two Cutler-Hammer automatic switches. Total lift, 
about 13 feet. 

A separate system was built in Sleeper street, the 
Kemp street overflow, a 10-foot 4-inch by 6-foot 3-inch 
concrete conduit, completed 500 feet into Old Harbor 
and the H street overflow extended 50 feet with 60-inch 
iron pipe. 

Contemplated. 

Separate systems in Old Colony avenue, from Hyde 
street to Mt. Vernon street, and in East First street 
extension, from H street to West First street. Surface 
drains in B street, from Frazer to Congress street, and in 
Southampton street, from the South bay sluiceway 
easterly. A half-tide dam in the South bay sluiceway 
at Southampton street, to keep the flats between that 
point and Massachusetts avenue covered in order to 
abate the nuisance arising from the sewage pollution 
flats. 

City Proper. 

The main sewer for the South End improvement 
system, a double superposed structure, 6 feet 5 inches 
by 6 feet 5 inches and 6 feet 5 inches by 4 feet 2 inches, 
reinforced concrete, between Albany and Tremont 
streets, was finished. 

A contract was let for the extension of the system 
northwest of Tremont street, and sewers built in 
Montgomery, Clarendon, Chandler, Buckingham, West 
Canton streets and Warren avenue. Sewers vary in 
size from 12-inch pipe to 9-foot by 4-foot reinforced 
concrete. 

In the alleyway northwest of Tremont street and in 
Dartmouth street the old sewers are being rebuilt, 
sizes running from 3 feet 6 inches by 3 feet 6 inches to 
4 feet 9 inches by 4 feet 9 inches. A contract was let 
for the pumping station machinery and contracts for 
the pumping station structure and outlet section 
through the Gately Wharf property to Fort Point 
channel. The machinery consists of four vertical 
centrifugal electric motor-operated pumping units, 



Public Works Department. 385 

together with all fitting, valves, switch boards, con- 
trollers, etc. The four units are as follows: 



One 24-inch centrifugal pump, capacity 15,000 gallons per 

minute under 13| feet head. 
Three 36-inch centrifugal pumps, capacity 30,000 gallons per 

minute, each under 13| feet head. 
One 75 brake horse power constant speed, squirrel-cage, 

3-phase, alternating current, induction motor, speed 240 

revolutions per minute, with 60-cycle current at 440 volts. 
Three 150 brake horse power motors, description same as 

above, speed 200 revolutions per minute, with current as 

above. 

Contractors, the Epping Carpenter Pump Company 
of Pittsburgh, Pa.; contract price, $34,836. 

The pumping machinery is to be automatically 
started and stopped, and this station will be the largest 
sewage pumping station of this kind in the world. 

The contract for the pumping station structure com- 
prises a reinforced concrete chamber, below ground, 
91 feet long by 40 feet wide by 29 feet deep, and a 
superstructure one story in height and 63 feet long by 
40 feet wide. It also includes sewers to connect up 
with the main sewers built last year and this in Union 
Park street. 

The aggregate value of the contract is $60,520, of 
which about $50,000 is for the pumping station. The 
contract for the outlet section through Gately's Wharf 
comprises about 293 linear feet of 4-foot 10-inch by 
10-foot 6-inch gravity main and 2-foot 9-inch by 10-foot 
6-inch force main placed side by side, all of rein- 
forced concrete, also regulator, tide gates, etc., in Albany 
street. 

On the Pleasant street widening, a separate system 
of sewers was designed and built, and is of a highly 
complicated nature. The old combined system had to 
be changed to the separate system in the middle of a 
district where no work of converting the old system to 
the separate system had as yet been done. The system 
put in had therefore to be fitted to operate as a separate 
system when the mains for the separate system shall 
have been brought up from Beacon street some years 
hence, while operating at present as a combined system; 
the existing sewers also were utilized, and the system, 



386 City Document No. 26. 

on account of the width of the street, was made a double 
one, that is, a sewer and surface drain on each side of 
the street. 

Separate systems of sewers were also built in Berkeley, 
Lime, North Anderson, Parkman and River streets. 

The Transit Commission has constructed sewers in 
Boylston street, Summer street and Court street in 
conjunction with their work of subway building. 

Contemplated. 

On the South End improvement the pumping station 
is to be built and the extension of the system northwest 
of Tremont street is to be completed; in the alleyway 
and in Concord square, Greenwich park and alleyway 
north of Massachusetts avenue. 

A separate system in Chestnut street, between 
Brimmer street and Charles river, rebuilding the old 
sewer. 

The following old sewers rebuilt: 

Waterford street, between Washington street and 
Shawmut avenue. 

Church street, between Boylston and Providence 
streets. 

Beach street, between Atlantic and Harrison avenues. 

Kilby street, between Central and Milk streets. 

Water street, between Broad and Congress streets. 

Salutation street, between Hanover and Commercial 
streets. 

A new sewer in Lucas street and a sewer for the 
widening in Avery street. 



Public Works Department. 387 



WATER SERVICE. 



On August 20, 1913, the Metropolitan Water and 
Sewerage Board, under authority of chapter 694 of the 
Acts of 1912, acquired Fisher Hill Reservoir and 14.41 
miles of large supply mains owned by the City of Boston 
in Brookline and Somerville, paying therefor the sum 
of $150,000. This action terminates an undesirable 
condition which has existed since 1898; the fact that 
all the reservoirs and large mains outside of the city 
limits are now under one control undoubtedly makes 
for safety. 

During the year one hundred thirteen thousand seven 
hundred seventy-one (113,771) linear feet of main pipe 
was laid, relaid and relocated, and fifty-four thousand 
nine hundred forty (54,940) linear feet was abandoned. 

The character of the work was as follows : Sixty-three 
thousand one hundred thirty (63,130) linear feet con- 
sisted of extensions in anticipation of street construc- 
tion, for new buildings, for the general improvement of 
the system, and for fire and sprinkler service. Among 
other improvements effected have been the following: 

The connection of several mains between Dorchester 
and Hyde Park. 

The fire protection of the Rugby district at Mattapan. 

The mains required for the Park square district. 

The furnishing of a second high service feed from 
Columbus avenue into Copley square. 

The abolishing of dead-ends in that part of Hyde Park 
known as "Corriganville.' 

The establishing of two emergency connections, one 
with Newton on Washington street, Brighton, and one, 
the "double high service," with Brookline on Pond 
street, West Roxbury. 

The strengthening of the " double high service" by 
a main crossing the New York, New Haven & Hartford 
Railroad at Bellevue station and connecting with the 
12-inch pipe in Centre street at Church street, West 
Roxbury. 

The supplying St. Joseph's Cemetery, West Roxbury, 
and Fairview Cemetery, Hyde Park, with water. 



388 City Document No. 26. 

The laying of an auxiliary supply main in Butler 
street, Orient Heights, to insure a more certain supply 
for Deer Island, etc. 

The relaying was done where the need of better fire 
protection was most urgent, being scattered throughout 
the city as follows: 

City Proper. 

Newbury street, 2,450 feet 6-inch pipe relaid with 12-inch. 
Marlborough street, 2,900 feet 6-inch pipe relaid with 12-inch. 
Fairfield street, 1,150 feet 6-inch pipe relaid with 10-inch. 
Pleasant street, 1,800 feet 12-inch pipe relaid with 12-inch. 
Astor street, 900 feet 6-inch pipe relaid with 12-inch. 
Haviland street, 500 feet 6-inch pipe relaid with 12-inch. 
Batavia street, 1,000 feet 6-inch pipe relaid with 10-inch. 
St. Stephen street, 600 feet 6-inch pipe relaid with 10-inch. 
Dalton street, 500 feet 8-inch pipe relaid with 12-inch. 
Cambria street, 400 feet 6-inch pipe relaid with 12-inch. 

Roxbury. 

East Lenox street, 1,100 feet 6-inch pipe relaid with 12-inch. 
Yeoman street, 900 feet 6-inch pipe relaid with 12- inch. 
Norfolk avenue, 1,250 feet 6-inch pipe relaid with 12-inch. 
George street, 1,750 feet 6-inch pipe relaid with 10-inch. 
Eustis street, 1,350 feet 6-inch pipe relaid with 10-inch. 

South Boston. 

Fargo street, 600 feet 12-inch pipe relaid with 16-inch. 
B street, 400 feet 12-inch pipe relaid with 16-inch. 

Brighton. 

Linden street, 100 feet 6-inch pipe relaid with 10-inch. 
Ashford street, 1,500 feet 6-inch pipe relaid with 10-inch. 

Dorchester. 

Norfolk street, 2,150 feet 6-inch pipe relaid with 10-inch. 
Hecla street, 900 feet 6-inch pipe relaid with 10-inch. 
Faulkner street, 550 feet 6-inch pipe relaid with 10-inch. 
Ditson street, 500 feet 6-inch pipe relaid with 10-inch. 
Draper street, 1,100 feet 6-inch pipe relaid with 10-inch. 
Charles street, 950 feet 8-inch pipe relaid with 12-inch. 
Fox street, 450 feet 6-inch pipe relaid with 12-inch. 

Hyde Park. 

West River street, 290 feet 8-inch pipe relaid with 12-inch. 

Readville street, 1,700 feet 6-inch pipe relaid with 12-inch; 
750 feet 12-inch pipe relaid with 12-inch. 

River street, 4,500 feet 4-inch, 6-inch and 8-inch pipe relaid 
with 16-inch. 



Public Works Department. 389 

In Hyde Park particularly a very great and much 
needed improvement was made, both in the fire protec- 
tion and in the general supply, 9,850 linear feet of old 
and small pipes being relaid with pipes of adequate size, 
in addition to extensions amounting to 3,560 feet in 
length. 

Five hundred fifty-one public and seven private 
hydrants were established, and 306 public and three 
private hydrants were abandoned, the work being done 
partly in connection with pipe-laying contracts, partly 
under a separate contract, and partly by day labor. 
(See Table VII., page 470, for details of hydrants.) 

One thousand four hundred ninety-three service pipes 
were laid and 485 were abandoned. (See Table X., page 
472, for details of services.) 

The following mains were cleaned by contract during 
the year with very satisfactory results: 

2,242 linear feet 16-inch in Brooks street, East Boston. 

842 linear feet 12-inch in Prince street, city proper. 
6,677 linear feet 12-inch in Washington street, West Roxbury. 
7,449 linear feet 12-inch in River street, Dorchester. 

The daily average consumption for the year was 
79,390,600 gallons, a decrease of 10,646,900 gallons 
from the consumption of 1912. The daily average per 
capita consumption was 108 gallons, a decrease of 17 
gallons from the record of 1912, and the lowest rate 
since 1895. These figures show a notable decrease in 
the quantity of water used in the city. They mean 
that 3,886,118,500 less gallons were used during the 
past year than in 1912, despite the fact that the esti- 
mated increase of population has been 14,460. This 
gratifying result is due to the installation of meters, an 
unusually mild winter, and to the work of the Waste 
Prevention force. 

Respectfully submitted, 

F. A. McInnes, 
Division Engineer. 



390 City Document No. 26. 



SEWER SERVICE. 



The work of the service is carried on under chapter 9, 
City Ordinances 1910, and chapter 47, Revised Ordi- 
nances 1898, and the following statutes: 

Chapter 426 — 1897, as amended by 450 — 1899 and 268 — 
1903. 
Chapter 383 — 1903, as amended by 464 — 1907. 
Chapter 550 — 1907. 
Chapter 204 — 1908. 
Chapter 514 — 1908. 
Chapter 348 — 1912. 

The Duties of the Sewer Service. 

1. Preparation of plans for sewerage works. 

2. Construction and maintenance of all drainage 
works. 

3. Investigation of complaints in regard to defective 
drainage. 

4. The granting of permits for sewer construction. 

5. The preparation of plans for the assessment of the 
cost of sewer construction. 

6. The examination of the plans of other corpora- 
tions proposing to construct works in public streets with 
reference to their probable interference with sewerage 
works. 

Total number of employees on pay roll January 

31, 1913 532 

Total number of employees on pay roll January 

31, 1914 516 

Total amount of weekly pay roll January 31, 

1913 $9,667 42 

Total amount of weekly pav roll January 31, 

1914 .....".... $10,205 00 

Total amount of monthly pay roll January 31, 

1913 $658 00 

Total amount of monthly pay roll January 31, 

1914 .... . . $666 33 

Total amount of monthly pension roll January 31, 

1913^ 

Veterans $403 52 

Laborers $247 54 



Public Works Department. 391 

Total amount of monthly pension roll January 31, 
1914: 

Veterans $513 42 

Laborers $367 92 

Average weekly pay roll, including monthly roll 

and exclusive of pension roll, for fiscal year, $9,951 06 
Charged as follows: , 

Maintenance . . . . *$4,391 68 
Sewerage works . . . 2,845 92 

Separate systems of drainage . 2,713 46 

Average number of men employed . . . 526 

Number of men on pension roll January 31, 1913 : 

Veterans 9 

Laborers .... .... 8 

Number of men on pension roll January 31, 1914: 

Veterans 12 

Laborers 12 

Average number of horses maintained by the 

service during the year . . ... 46 

Rate of wages per clay to common laborers . . f$2 25 

* Includes amount charged to the Sanitary and Street Cleaning Services $326 61 

Paving Service 412 75 

Abolishment of grade crossings 2,158 07 

High Pressure Fire Service 508 36 

Bridge Service 198 29 

$3,604 08 

t$2.25 to May 31, $2.50 from May 31. 



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MAINTENANCE EXPENDITURES, FEBRUARY 1, 1913, TO 
JANUARY 31, 1914. 



Sewer Service. 
Improved Sewerage. 



Pumping station, inside 
Pumping station, outside 
Pumping station, engines 
Pumping station, boilers 



Moon Island . ._ . 
Main and intercepting sewers 
Office salaries 



543,433 74 
15,259 82 
22,784 55 
16,462 34 



Stony Brook. 



Maintenance 



$97,940 45 

17,898 50 

26,098 29 

3,000 00 

$144,937 24 
1,593 44 



Miscellaneous Maintenance Charges. 

Cleaning catch-basins 35,821 47 

Yards and lockers 4,561 95 

Employed at yards 22,478 59 

Horses, carts, harnesses, etc $22,621 98 

Teaming 19,079 30 



Less amount earned by service teams 

Automobiles 

Cleaning sewers .... 
Office salaries .... 

Office expenses .... 
Culverts, repairing and maintaining 
Repairing department buildings 
Repairing catch-basins, South Boston 
Repairing catch-basins, East Boston 
Repairing catch-basins, Charlestown 
Repairing catch-basins, Brighton 
Repairing catch-basins, West Roxbury 
Repairing catch-basins, Dorchester 
Repairing catch-basins, Hyde Park 
Repairing catch-basins, Roxbury 
Repairing catch-basins, city proper 
Repairing sewers, South Boston 
Repairing sewers, East Boston 
Repairing sewers, Charlestown 
Repairing sewers, Brighton 
Repairing sewers, West Roxbury 
Repairing sewers, Dorchester 
Repairing sewers, Roxbury 
Repairing sewers, city proper 
Repairing sewers, Hyde Park 



Pension roll (veterans) 
Pension roll (laborers) 



$41,701 28 
24,560 42 



$1,837 48 

1,409 96 

1,741 65 

554 18 

485 71 

950 05 

1,327 37 

3,851 62 

47 36 

4,265 93 

3,834 38 

539 89 

511 25 

243 38 

634 24 

2,189 10 

3,537 42 

9,962 86 

5,293 46 

58 76 



17,140 86 

8,962 44 

36,956 62 

13,263 46 

3,354 75 



43,276 05 
5,151 63 
3,589 68 



Carried forward $341,088 18 



394 



City Document No. 26. 



Brought forioard 






$341,088 18 


Fuel and oil 






2,139 47 


Hardware, tools, etc 






7,124 31 


Engines and boilers 






66 39 


Sundries and miscellaneous charges . 






10,734 56 


Damages, claims and medical attendance 






4,576 74 


Telephones 






835 31 


House connections 






9,194 10 


Rubber goods 






1,770 04 


Gatehouse, Fenway 






150 24 


Stock 






40,413 37 






$418,092 71 


Credit. 






Amount earned by service engines . 


$340 00 




Stock transferred and used on construction . 28,531 84 





Rubber goods transferred and used on con- 
struction . . . 295 95 

Fuel and oil transferred and used on con- 
struction 1,134 43 

Hardware, tools, etc., transferred and used on 

construction 669 82 



1913. 

Charges to Various Parties for Work Done and Material 
Transit Commission . 
Sanitary Service . 
Water Service 
Paving Service 
Street Cleaning and Oiling 
Boston Elevated Railroad 
Bridge Service 

Abolishment of Grade Crossing 
R. S. Brine Transportation Company 
Boston Pneumatic Transit Company 

James Doherty 

Cruff & Byrne 

C. J. Donovan 

Metropolitan Sewer and Water Board 
United States Trust Company 
R. B. Brigham Hospital Trustees . 
Wheeler, McElveen Company . 
W. Perry Company .... 
Boston Athletic Association 

John Hallett 

Roxbury Iron Metal Company 
David Grossman .... 

E. L. Rhodes, E. O. Howard, Trustees 
Schoolhouse Commission . 
Edison Electric Illuminating Company 

Max Palis 

Jersey Creamery Company 

Mr. Bradley 

T. Reardon 

New England Telephone & Telegraph Company 
West Newton Street Garage 
Monahan Estate 

Carried forward . 



30,972 04 



,120 67 



Furnished. 




$4,492 58 


631 


03 


507 05 


221 


89 


217 


66 


1,046 


35 


133 


69 


312 


28 


47 


26 


74 


94 


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5 


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61 


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6,770 20 


20 


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665 


75 


147 


25 


83 


50 


67 


92 


44 


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49 


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25 


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65 


60 


38 


43 


36 


11 


427 


78 


144 


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5 


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397 88 


108 


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20 73 


$16,875 38 



Public Works Department. 



395 



Brought forward . 
Metropolitan Park Department 
Paine Furniture Company 



$16,875 38 

13 27 

6 00 

$16,894 65 



Amounts Collected by City Collector and Credited to Appropriation for Sewer 
Service Maintenace, February 1, 1913, to January SI, 1914. 



Boston Transit Commission 
Boston Elevated Railway Company 
Paine Furniture Company 
United States Trust Company 
Edison Electric Illuminating Company 
Boston Athletic Association 
Boston Pneumatic Service Company 

Cruff & Byrne 

Abolishment of grade crossings 

Public Works Department, Paving Service 

Public Works Department, Sanitary Service 

Public Works Department, Water Service 

Public Works Department, Street Cleaning Service 

J. Doherty 



Appropriation for 1913-14 
Collections for 1913-14 . 



$4,584 23 
712 35 
6 00 
20 00 
36 11 
67 92 
74 94 

5 50 
312 28 
155 53 
572 00 
438 39 
217 66 

6 00 

$7,208 91 

$380,000 00 
7,208 91 



$387,208 91 



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Recapitulation. — Maintenance Detail, 1913=14. 





Improved 
Sewerage. 


Outside 
Improved 
Sewerage. 


Totals. 




$101,291 42 

5,577 13 

832 66 

* 347 41 

t 18,487 41 

t 1,242 74 

§ 1,523 90 

1,705 71 

826 50 

2,653 86 

|| 1,325 00 

9,410 69 


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41,408 72 

10,700 85 

27 10 

1,350 75 

788 72 


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46,985 85 




11,533 51 




374 51 


Fuel 


19,838 16 


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2,031 46 




1,523 90 






1,705 71 


Car fares and traveling expenses 


766 13 
14,033 61 


1,592 63 
16,687 47 




1,325 00 






9,410 69 


Rent 


1,732 67 

835 31 

6,544 44 

84,798 65 


1,732 67 






835 31 






6,544 44 






84,798 65 








Credits. 

Improved Sewerage. 

Labor $220 90 

Stables 66 29 


$145,224 43 
287 19 


$297,715 89 
55,532 46 


$442,940 32 


Outside Improved Sewerage. 

Miscellaneous $12,079 44 

Labor 18,892 60 

Stock 24,560 42 


55,819 65 








$144,937 24 


$242,183 43 


$387,120 67 



* Waste. 

1,870 J pounds at 10c $187 02 

728 pounds at 8| c 63 70 

600 pounds at 9|c 55 50 

300 pounds at 10c. and express, 30 65 

124 pounds at 8|c 10 54 

$347 41 

f Coal. 
4,340 tons 1,058 pounds soft. . . $17,773 45 
87 tons 1,100 pounds hard . . 692 96 

2 cords wood 21 00 

$18,487 41 



|| Towing. 
Boston Tow Boat Company. 



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24 springs $54 00 

1,435/ B pounds at 35c. to $2.50, 1,401 70 

Repair to metallic packing .... 68 20 



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2,090| gallons engine at 18c. 

1,256| gallons cylinder at 28c. 

57 gallons sperm at 90c. 

50 gallons lard at 90c. 

60 gallons raw at 52c. 

3,000 pounds grease at 10c. 

810 gallons kerosene at 8^ to 12c. 

210 gallons gasolene at 17 to 19|c. 

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Public Works Department. 



401 



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Tons. 


Paid in 1913-14. 
















Per Ton. 


Totals. 


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8,230 08 


Sept. 


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957 50 




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Contracts Pumping Station Calf Pasture. 

E. F. Kennelly, waterproofing . 
Lumsden & Van Stone Company, steam 

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Power Equipment Company, turbine 

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Coffin Valve Company, hydraulic press, 
Gibby Company, pipe supports 
Gibby Company, cast-iron screens . 
Lumsden & Van Stone Company, piping, 
W. H. Gallison Company, piping . 
Power Equipment Company, connecting 

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Lumsden & Van Stone Company, piping, 
Smith Erecting & Contracting Company, 

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W. A. Snow Iron Works, flooring 
E. Van Norden Company 
W. H. Gallison Company, piping 

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Sundries. 

B. F. Sturtevant Company, extending drain on 
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Coffin Valve Company: 
Ten new sluice gates 
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McKenzie & Temple: 
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Work Done by Day Labor. 



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Material 

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2,063 87 
256 25 
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210.66 linear feet 15-inch pipe surface 

Saratoga street, from Butler avenue easterly, 
210.30 linear feet 15-inch pipe surface, 1 man- 
hole 

Breed street, from Ford street to Bennington 
street, 210 linear feet 10-inch pipe surface, 1 
manhole .-"• 

Thurston street, from Butler avenue easterly, 
143.90 linear feet 12-inch pipe surface, 1 man- 
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6.3-foot cut 
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8.5-foot cut 



6.5-foot cut 



Public Works Department. 415 



Court Executions and Awards on Account of Land=takings, Etc. 

Roman Catholic Archbishop of Boston, Leyden 
street, court execution $124 96 

Reuben Whitten, Glendon street, court execu- 
tion 3,384 79 

Boston Elevated Railway Company, Stony brook, 

Street Commissioners award . . . . 31 50 

Lawrence Norton, Stony brook, Street Commis- 
sioners award 75 00 

M. M. Wilson, Mt. Bowdoin terrace, Street Com- 
missioners award 33 80 

C. M. Hayden and J. W. Dutton, Albany and 
Union Park streets, Street Commissioners 
award 13,125 00 

E. S. Grew et al., Beaver street, Hyde Park, court 
execution 61 25 

W. J. Jordan, Clifford street, Street Commis- 
sioners award 150 00 

H. I. Bornstein, Ballou avenue, Street Commis- 
sioners award 80 00 

E. R. Bolster, Norfolk street, Street Commis- 
sioners award 75 00 

C. V. Lynch, Norfolk street, Street Commis- 
sioners award 40 00 

C. E. Pinkham, Vermont street, Street Commis- 
sioners award 103 00 

Jacob Koob, Walworth street, Street Commis- 
sioners award 250 00 

Jacon Seaver et al., Morton street, court execu- 
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Entrance Fees, Permits and Assessments. 

Entrance fees to the amount of $4,854.24 have been 
deposited with the City Collector for collection from 
estates upon which no sewer assessment was ever paid, 
in accordance with the Ordinances of 1910, chapter 9, 
section 10. 

Bills for sewer assessments amounting to $1,597.78 
have been deposited for collection, representing those 
estates assessed under chapter 456 of the Acts of 1889, 
and other acts, which have been connected during the 
year with the sewers for which they were assessed. 

Three thousand five hundred and seventy-one permits 
have been issued, viz., 581 to district foremen, 233 to 
contractors and 2,757 to licensed drain layers for repair- 
ing or laying house drains. The work done under these 
permits has been inspected and a record of the same 
made on the plans of the Sewer Service, in accordance 
with the Ordinances of 1910, chapter 9. 

Plans for the assessment of estates for sewer construc- 
tion have been furnished the Street Commissioners, 
representing 34,782 feet of sewers and appurtenances, 
costing $211,247.09. 



438 



City Document No. 26. 



Rates Paid for Hired Machinery. 



Bull wheel derrick and engine 
Carson trench machine, complete _ . 
Carson trench machine, without engine 

Electric motor $1.00 

Cable and engine, complete 

Hoisting engine 

Boiler .... 

Buckets, Carson machine 

Buckets, large iron 

Pumping engine or motor and pump, complete 



$85.00 per month 
$170.00 per month 
. $120.00 per month 
per month per horse power 
. $170.00 per month 

$75.00 per month 

$75.00 per month 
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. $2.50 per month each 

$75.00 per month 



Cost of Maintaining all Horses in the Sewer Service, February 
1913, to January 31, 1914. 



Items. 



Total Cost. 



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Average Cost 

per Day. 



Labor 

Hay and grain 

Shoeing 

Veterinary services, medicine and clipping 
Stable goods 



$12,950 92 

7,585 57 

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Summary of Sewer Construction for the Year Ending January 

31, 1914. 



District. 



Built by the 

City by 
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Built by 
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Total Length 
Built. 



City proper. . . . 
East Boston. . . 
Charlestown . . . 
South Boston. . 

Roxbury 

West Roxbury . 
Dorchester. . . . 

Brighton 

Hyde Park 



Linear Feet. 
16,287.71 
3,492.63 



Linear Feet. 
7,756.12 



Totals. 



4,086.97 

4,856.30 

33,4S3.10 

30,021.69 

7,536.17 

19,933.03 

119,697.60 



771.87 
258.96 
7,625.40 
2,194.28 
440.20 
423.99 

19,470.82 



Linear Feet. 

24,043.83 

3,492.63 



4,858.84 

5,115.26 

41,108.50 

32,215.97 

7,976.37 

20,357.02 

139,168.42 



Public Works Department. 



439 



Summary of Sewer Construction for Five Years Previous to 
February 1, 1914. 





1909. 


1910. 


1911. 


1912. 


1913. 


Built by the city by contract 


Linear 
Feet. 

101,073.47 

11,606.97 


Linear 
Feet. 

114,731.10 

17,051.62 


Linear 
Feet. 

73,974.21 

9,622.46 


Linear 
Feet. 

97,884.05 

18,106.61 


Linear 
Feet. 

119,697.60 

19,470.82 


Built by private parties 


Totals 


112,680.44 


131,782.72 


83,596.67 


115,990.66 


139,168.42 



Schedule of Sewers Built to February 1, 1914, in the City of Boston. 



District. 



Length of 

Sewers Built 

During the 

Year Ending 

January 

31, 1914. 



Length of 
Sewers Re- 
built or 
Abandoned 
During the 
Year Ending 
January 31, 
1914. 



Additional Length 
of Sewers for the 

Year Ending 
January 31, 1914. 



City proper . . . 
East Boston. . . 
Charlestown. . . 
South Boston. . 

Roxbury 

West Roxbury. 
Dorchester .... 

Brighton 

Hyde Park 



Linear Feet. 

24,043.83 

3,492.63 



4,858.84 

5,115.26 

41,108.50 

32,215.97 

7,976.37 

20,357.02 



Linear Feet. 

8,842.85 

300.00 



Linear Feet. 

15,200.98 

3,192.63 



658.00 
1,361.25 

680.00 
1,393.01 



265.00 



4,200.84 

3,754.01 

40,428.50 

30,822.96 

7,976.37 

20,092.02 



Miles. 
2.88 
0.60 



0.80 
0.71 
7.66 
5.84 
1.51 
3.81 



Totals 139,168.42 

Total length built previous to January 31, 1913. . . 



13,500.11 125,668.31 



Length of common sewers 

Length of Metropolitan intercepting sewers . 
Length of intercepting sewers. 



Total. 



Total mileage of streets containing sewerage works. 



23.81 

818.78 



842 . 59 

6.81 

24.12 



S73 . 52 



540.50 



440 



City Document No. 26. 



Table of Approximate Quantities, Lifts and Duties at Calf Pasture 
Pumping Station, 1913=1914. 



Month. 



Total 
Pumpage. 
Gallons. 



Average 

per Day. 

Gallons. 



Minimum 

Day. 
Gallons. 



Maximum 

Day. 

Gallons. 



Aver- 
age 
Lift. 
Feet. 



Average 
Duty, Foot- 
Pounds, per 
100 Pounds 

of Coal. 



1913. 

February. . . . 

March 

April 

May 

June 

July 

August 

September . . . 

October 

November. . . 

December 

1914. 
January 



2,597,813,000 
3,520,043,000 
3,363,447,000 
2,852,476,000 
2,493,724,000 
2,452,288,000 
2,756,849,000 
2,725,198,000 
3,609,356,000 
2,629,567,000 
2,878,006,000 

3,161,876,000 



92,779,000 

113,550,000 

112,114,000 

92,015,000 

83,124,000 

79,106,000 

88,931,000 

90,840,000 

116,431,000 

87,652,000 

92,839,000 

101,996,000 



75,168,000 
87,119,000 
82,161,000 
72,645,000 
64,8S5,000 
66,820,000 
65,973,000 
72,579,000 
80,137,000 
69,727,000 
71,868,000 

76,465,000 



143,517,000 
171,698,000 
177,575,000 
134,161,000 
106,156,000 
105,921,000 
122,731,000 
142,184,000 
137,689,000 
149,018,000 
140,301,000 

163,594,000 



39.6 
39.7 
39.7 
39.6 
39.5 
39.4 
39.5 
39.5 
39.6 
39.6 
39.6 

39.5 



96,100,000 
96,600,000 
98,200,000 
105,300,000 
95,400,000 
93,700,000 
91,000,000 
88,300,000 
87,300,000 
79,500,000 
S9,700,000 

S8,800,000 



Total. 
Averages. . 



35,040,643,000 



95,94S,000 



73,796,000 



141,212,000 



39.6 



92,309,00 



* Average from yearly quantities. 
Records from plunger displacement. 



Calf Pasture Pumping Station. 

This plant contains the following sewage pumping 
units : 

One vertical beam and fly-wheel triple expansion 
engine of the Leavitt type; cylinders, 18| inches, 33 
inches, 52f inches in diameter; two single acting pump 
plungers, each 60 inches in diameter and 120-inch stroke; 
capacity, 72,000,000 gallons in twenty-four hours with 
40-foot lift. 

Two vertical beam and fly-wheel compound engines 
of the Leavitt type; cylinders, 25§ inches, 52 inches in 
diameter; two single acting pump plungers, each 48 
inches in diameter and 108-inch stroke; capacity of 
each engine, 35,000,000 gallons in twenty-four hours 
with 40-foot lift. 

Two steam driven turbine centrifugal pumps of the 
De Laval type with a capacity of 56,000,000 gallons 
each in twenty-four hours with 40-foot head. 



Public Works Department. 441 

The principal alterations and repairs are as follows : 

Gate House. — A new steam and hydraulic sewage 
press was installed, resulting in a saving of 300 pounds 
of coal a day. 

Main Building. — The second steam turbine centrifu- 
gal pump was installed, both units are now undergoing 
tests; the cast-iron floor for the turbines and the new 
roof over them was completed. The slate roof and the 
windows were repaired. The salt water injection pumps, 
dynamos, and motor on pipe cutting machine were 
overhauled and repaired. 

Boiler Room. — Nos. 1, 2 and 4 boilers were repaired 
and Nos. 1 and 2 retubed; meters were installed on 
Nos. 1 and 3 boilers. The closed heater, previously 
condemned, was repaired, repiped and erected by the 
station force, piping used being some stored on the plant. 

Deposit Sewers. — A new scraper chain was placed in 
the north sewer; a 10 horse power motor to run the 
scraper chains was set up in place of the old boiler; the 
12-inch iron pipe which conveys sludge from the deposit 
sewers to the sludge tank was condemned, taken out 
and will be replaced at once. 

In General. — The sea wall at end of deposit sewer was 
pointed, a new hydrant located in the yard near the 
wharf, the main road graded and fence painted. 

Summer Street Station. — New piping and a gauge for 
the tell-tale were installed and the station painted. 

Quite extensive repairs are necessary on the main 
building. The stonework in eaves and turrets needs 
pointing so badly that rain water finds its way into the 
brick backing and thence into the interior of the station; 
new copper gutters and flashing is also needed and exten- 
sive patching of the slate roofing. 

Moon Island. 

The concrete bottoms of Basins Nos. 2, 3 and 4 need 
repairs, and the salt water pipes in all basins need 
renewal. 

The I-beams supporting the floor in the long gate- 
house are in bad condition, and should be replaced 
and the floor rebuilt of concrete. The same is true of 
the floor in the head house. 

The gates in Basins Nos. 1 and 2 are now in good 
condition. Nine of the new gates are now being 
installed and the remaining eleven will be as soon as 
possible. 



442 



City Document No. 26. 



Both gates to the turbine pit should be renewed and 
the gates at the outlet repaired. 

The fencing of the roadway is being renewed with 
neat concrete posts and wooden rails, all by department 
force. 

The east shaft should be entirely cleared of all iron 
beams and guides and masses of grease as a measure of 
safety, lest some of the ironwork should become detached 
and drop into the tunnel and obstruct it. 

Cost of Pumping. 

Average cost per million foot-gallons for pumping: 

Volume (35,040.64 million gallons) by (= times) lift 
(39.6 feet) = 1,387,609 million foot-gallons for the year. 

Labor cost included in the totals is based upon the 
following force of forty-eight men: 

One superintendent, one clerk, one storekeeper, one 
electrician, one carpenter, one blacksmith, two machin- 
ists, four laborers, and four "engineers' watches," each 
including nine men. 

Cost of city water not included. 



Items. 


Cost. 


Cost per 
Million Foot- 
Gallons. 




$49,815 17 

22,128 03 

1,405 07 

4,345 94 

4,480 95 


$0 03590 


Coal 


01595 




00101 




00313 




00323 






Totals 


$82,175 16 


$0 05922 










$0 00294 









Main Drainage. 

The work of the main drainage district consists of 
the repairing and cleaning of all tide gates, sumps, 
regulators and overflows connected with the metro- 
politan sewer in Brighton, Charlestown, Dorchester 
and East Boston. 

The repairing and cleaning of all tide gates, sumps, 
regulators and overflows connected with the main sewer, 
east side, west side, South Boston, Stony brook, Dor- 
chester and Roxbury intercepters. 

These gates, sumps, regulators and overflows must 
be inspected and cleaned after each storm or heavy rise 
of sewage. 

The masonry repairs in all gatehouses and all sewer 



Public Works Department. 



443 



manholes of the entire main drainage system comes 
under the care of this district. 

The care of the Stony brook district, consisting of 
the care and cleaning of the old channel from the prem- 
ises of the Boston Belting Company to the outlet at the 
Charles river, with the care of all connecting overflows 
and flushing gates. 

The cleaning and care of Stony brook channel, from 
Williams street, Forest Hills, to the Charles river, with 
the care of all connecting gates and overflows. 

The care of two gatehouses located in the Back Bay 
Fens and the maintenance in proper condition of gates, 
machinery and electric switch boards. 

Siphons. 

The twin siphons on the top sewer under Muddy river, 
between Roxbury and Brookline, and four siphons on 
the improved sewer, and the connection of the Roslindale 
top sewer with the metropolitan sewer also comes under 
the care of this district. 

Number of Tide Gates, Sumps, Regulators and Overflows to be 
Cared for in Each District. 





Gates. 


Sumps. 


Regulators. 


Overflows. 




42 
24 
47 
92 
64 
50 
42 
19 


17 
11 
19 
41 
11 
25 
11 


15 

9 

18 

15 

2 
4 


23 




12 




26 




42 




18 




21 




20 













Account of Work Performed During Year Ending 
January 31, 1914. 



Tide gates inspected and cleaned 

Sumps inspected and cleaned . 

Regulators inspected and cleaned 

Overflows inspected and cleaned 

Tide gates repaired 

Sumps repaired . 

Regulators repaired 

Overflows repaired 

Manholes repaired 

Manhole steps put in 

Tide gates replaced with new ones 

New tide gates put in 

Penstock and flushing gates cleaned, oiled and repaired 



4,947 

2,424 

1,202 

1,767 

139 

22 

13 

8 

191 

80 

4 

4 

89 



444 



City Document No. 26. 



Amount of Refuse Removed from Gatehouse from February 1, 
1913, to January 31, 1914, Inclusive. 



Months. 



Pounds. 



1913. 



February . . 

March 

April 

May 

June 

July 

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



1914. 



January 

Coal used in crematory 1=MU tons. 



71,162 
64,753 
61,659 
65,637 
65,85S 
71,604 
70.720 
63,427 
64,311 
67,847 
63,648 



60,775 



791,401=395*^4- tons 



Note. — February 14, 1913, began to operate the new steam and hydraulic press, 
burning the compressed refuse under the boilers, resulting in a saving of 300 pounds of 
coal daily at the crematory and gaining the fuel value of the compressed refuse. 

Amount of Sludge Received and Removed from Deposit Sewers 
from February 1, 1913, to January 31, 1914, Inclusive. 



Month. 



Cubic 

Yards 

Received. 



Cubic 

Yards 

Removed. 



1913. 

February 

March 

April 

May 

June 

July 

August 

September 

October 

November 

December 

1914. 

January 

Totals 



603 
602 
149 
4S9 
4S9 
404 
574 
574 
234 
236 
85 

442 



595 
595 
85 
425 
425 
340 
510 
510 
170 
170 
* 2,265 



Sludge in sewers February 1, 1913, 
2,556 cubic yards. 



Sludge in sewers February 1, 1914, 
1,347 cubic yards. 



4,S81 



6,090 



Sludge scoured out of sewers. 



Public Works Department. 



445 



WATER SERVICE. 



FINANCIAL STATEMENT. 



Total receipts from all sources . 
Income credited to City Loan on account 
Water debt 



Net income 

Total expenditures for all purposes 

Excess receipts over expenditures 
Balance at beginning of year . 



to pay Hyde 



Park 



53,031,600 36 

17,000 00 

53,014,600 36 
2,948,361 41 

$66,238 95 
274,580 54 



Balance at end of year $340,819 49 

Total Receipts for the Year from all Sources. 
Sales of water .......... $2,947,210 88 

Service fire elevator and motor pipes and repairs, labor, etc., 63,052 63 

Sales of merchandise 7,970 75 

Fees for summonses 5,013 94 

Sales of old material 3,615 55 

Shutting off and letting on water 2,085 45 

Sales of horses . . . . . 824 63 

Use of West Roxbury pumping station 770 05 

Board of horses 612 00 

Interest on deposits 248 25 

Rent of conduit, Congress street 100 00 

Reimbursement for destruction of horse .... 50 00 

Repa3 r ment of overcharge, gypsy moth assessment . . 46 23 

$3,031,600 36 



Expenditures. 
Current expenses and extensions 
Service mains and relaying mains 
Metropolitan water assessment 

Interest 

Refunded water rates 



),338 91 

86,945 40 

1,842,127 65 

118,673 48 

1,275 97 

$2,948,361 41 



Details of expenditures under the appropriation for 
current expenses for the fiscal year ending January 31, 
1914. (From revenue.) 

F. A. Mclnnes, division engineer, $5,000 00 
Less six months paid by Sewer 

Service 2,500 00 

$2,500 00 

Superintendent 3,000 00 

Carried forward $5,500 00 



446 



City Document No. 26. 



Brought forward $5,500 00 

Clerks, messengers and assistants . . . 49,735 87 

Foremen 27,792 26 

Mechanics . 88,611 79 

Inspectors 71,189 29 

Laborers, etc 212,898 13 

Inspector of castings and assistant (paid on 

department pay roll) 1,765 00 

Engineers and assistants 20,268 00 

Total salaries and wages $477,760 34 

Water pipes and other castings 163,954 62 

Blasting, excavation of trenches, laying and relaying water 

pipes, setting boxes, etc 95,835 54 

Meters: 

New meters $49,347 15 

Repairs and extra parts 3,247 82 



Stables, etc.: 

Board, feed, etc 

Carriages, wagons, etc. and repairs 

Horseshoeing 

Harnesses and repairs 
Veterinary services and medicines 
Horses, purchase of . 



Tools and machinery and repairs of same, iron, steel, tin, 

hardware and miscellaneous supplies . 
Repairs of buildings, streets and structures 
Lead and lead pipe 

Lumber 

Printing 

Damages .... 
Traveling expenses 

Fuel 

Stationery .... 
Telephones .... 
Gravel and crushed stone . 
Inspection of castings . 
Teaming freights and expressage 

Rents 

Electric lighting 

Taxes 

Launch, repairs and supplies 

Oils 

Postage 

Cement and sand . 
Engineers' supplies 
Furniture .... 
Waterproof clothing 

Bricks 

Advertising .... 
Professional and expert services 

Gas 

Destroying moth pests 

Ice 

Drain pipe .... 
Recording papers . 
Premium on bond 
Inspection of boilers 



$10,725 61 

5,453 75 

2,786 30 

1,349 17 

598 71 

325 00 



52,594 97 



21,238 54 

18,778 74 

15,450 45 

10,635 25 

6,748 75 

5,037 42 

4,607 24 

2,937 59 

2,777 00 

1,987 09 

1,628 60 

901 65 

866 27 

812 41 

733 00 

732 90 

626 85 

554 15 

540 69 

473 83 

38S 28 

376 37 

330 66 

252 09 

224 55 

218 30 

180 50 

146 72 

92 46 

53 60 

34 56 

34 00 

12 50 

10 00 



Carried forward $890,568 48 



Public Works Department. 



447 



Automobiles. 
No. 100. — Division Engineer. 



Brought forward .... 






. $890,568 48 


Registration and license 


$10 50 






Tires and tubes, new and repairs, 


232 88 






Gasolene, oils, etc. 


118 43 






Storage 


288 50 






Repairs and supplies . 


365 72 






Robe, $10.00; auto hire, $5.00 . 


15 00 


$1,031 




Total 




03 


No. 80. — Superintendent. 








Registration .... 


$15 00 






Tires and tubes, new and repairs, 


7 35 






Gasolene, oils, etc. 


15 04 






Repairs and supplies . 


143 36 


180 : 




Total 




T 5 


No. 101. — Engineer Income Branch. 






New Buick roadster . 


$998 00 






Registration .... 


22 00 






Tires and tubes, new and repairs, 


8 75 






Gasolene, oils, etc. 


25 46 






Repairs and supplies . 


40 70 






Storage 


90 85 


1,185 




Total 




76 


No. 90. — General Foreman. 






Registration .... 


$10 00 






Tires and tubes, new and repairs, 


148 72 






Gasolene, oils, etc. 


122 36 






Repairs and supplies . 


589 26 


870 




Total 




34 


Nos. 83 and 96. — Emergency Cars. 


(Trucks.) 






No. 96 new White truck . 


$3,000 00 






Registration and license 


15 75 






Tires and tubes, new and repairs, 


333 37 






Gasolene, oils, etc. 


330 34 






Repairs and supplies . 


480 32 






Chauffeurs' wages 


3,395 03 






Total 




7,554 


81 


*Gasolene, oils, etc. . 


$2,071 16 






Less gasolene, oils, etc., from 








stock 


624 72 










1,446 


44 






Total cost .... 




$12,269 


13 


Less repairs at department shop, 


$103 67 






Less chauffeurs' wages, included 








in pay rolls 


3,395 03 










3,498 


70 
— 8,770 43 


Total expenditures current expenses 




. $899,338 91 



* Supplied to all department cars. 



448 City Document No. 26. 

Details of expenditures under appropriation for 
service mains and relaying mains for the fiscal year 
ending January 31, 1914. (From revenue.) Order 
City Council, August 12, 1913. 

Water pipes and castings $75,156 02 

Laying and relaying mains, etc. 10,777 52 

Inspection of castings 1,007 86 

Advertising 4 00 

Total $S6,945 40 

There was also expended by the Water Service, 

under an appropriation of $5,000 from the Reserve 

Fund, for ice for drinking fountains (order of City 
Council, approved July 1, 1913), $4,717.01. 

Reserve Fund. 

Amounts paid during the year 1913-14 from Reserve 
Fund to pensioned employees of the Water Service: 

Civil War veterans, twenty-one names on pav roll, January 

31, 1914 811,418 81 

Retired laborers, twenty names on pay roll, January 31, 1914, 6,188 51 



Total $17,607 32 



High Pressure Fire Service. 
Expenditures during the year 1913-14 from loans: 

Salaries and wages : 

Engineers $14,526 50 

Clerk 1,088 94 

Laborers 108 75 

Mechanics 47 70 

Inspectors 47 25 

Foremen 12 25 



Total pay roll $15,831 39 

Water pipes and castings 194,242 01 

Construction, Winter street 

Architect 

Inspection of castings 

Electric pumping plant 

Tools, machinery, iron, steel, etc 

Yard . 

Printing 

Traveling expenses 

Teaming 

Engineers' supplies 

Paving 

Painting office 

Carried forward $227,403 54 



6,024 
3,121 
3,078 
1,500 
817 


66 

45 
10 
00 
39 


733 


39 


567 


44 


505 


41 


312 


2S 


270 


02 


252 


00 


148 


00 



Public Works Department. 449 

Brought forward $227,403 54 

Stationery 97 27 

Hydrant changes 81 33 

Telephones 72 60 

Hydrant platforms 67 80 

Testing metals 36 25 

Advertising 33 60 

Furniture 18 80 

12 62 

$227,823 81 



Comparative Table of Receipts and Expenditures. 

Receipts. 





1908-09. 


1909-10. 


1910-11. 


1911-12. 


1912-13. 


1913-14. 


Sales of water 

Other receipts 


$2,626,564 59 
52,509 31 


$2,609,102 39 
69,969 60 


$2,764,887 76 
64,168 20 


$2,730,398 37 
67,690 88 


$2,906,569 76 
75,674 49 


$2,947,210 88 
84,389 48 


Credited from taxes, 


$2,679,073 90 


$2,679,071 99 

159,000 00 

59,563 49 


$2,829,055 96 


$2,798,089 25 
31,777 31 


$2,982,244 25 


$3,031,600 36 


Transfers by City 


16,687 10 




Auditor. 








$2,695,761 00 


$2,897,635 48 


$2,829,055 96 


$2,829,866 56 


$2,982,244 25 


$3,031,600 36 










t $11,983 69 
j $31,777 31 
1 t 32,744 66 






year. 






$11,983 69 














* $11,983 69 


$64,521 97 





Expenditures. 



1908-09. 


1909-10. 


1910-11. 


1911-12. 


1912-13. 


1913-14. 


Current expenses . . . 
Service and relaying 


§$729,677 14 


§$871,367 43 


§$860,676 10 


§$822,377 46 


§$835,072 00 


$899,338 91 
86,945 40 


mains. 

Metropolitan water 

assessment. 

tefunded water rates 


1,789,315 84 

175,010 17 
1,757 85 


1,862,823 42 

161,963 39 
1,481 24 


1,815,658 85 

138,460 17 
2,277 15 


1,825,362 87 

127,280 37 
2,307 58 


1,792,123 83 

137,875 37 
2,680 28 


1,842,127 65 

118,673 48 
1,275 97 




$2,695,761 00 


$2,897,635 48 


$2,817,072 27 


$2,777,328 28 


$2,767,751 48 


$2,948,361 41 



* Taxes. f Revenue. % Transfer. 

§ Amount expended for current expenses and extensions, there being one appropriation only. 



450 



City Document No. 26. 



The following is a statement of the cost of the exist- 
ing works on January 31, 1913: 



East Boston Reservoir 


$66,103 09 


East Boston high service 


24,173 26 


West Roxbury high service 


22,346 56 


Pipe yards and buildings 


94,832 16 


Engineering expenses 


57,873 58 


Distribution (additions during the year, $280,980.23) 


15,753,234 18 


Hyde Park waterworks 


468,000 00 


Total 


$16,486,562 83 



Parker Hill Reservoir transferred to Park Department, 
June 1, 1912. Order City Council, approved January 25, 
1912. 

Fisher Hill Reservoir transferred to Metropolitan 
Water and Sewerage Board, September 11, 1913. Acts 
1912, chapter 694. $150,000 paid into city treasury. 



Public Works Department. 451 



COST OF CONSTRUCTION AND CONDITION OF 

WATER DEBT. 

Cost of construction of waterworks to February 1, 1913 . $16,602,511 76 
Less cost of Parker Hill 

Reservoir . . . $205,793 81 
Less cost of Fisher Hill 
Reservoir . . . 191,135 35 

$396,929 16 

$16,205,582 60 

Cost of construction of waterworks to February 1, 1914 . 16,486,562 83 

Increase during the year $280,980 23 

Outstanding loans February 1, 1913, at 

3| per cent $818,400 00 

Outstanding loans February 1, 1913, at 

4 per cent 2,3S1,050 00 

$3,199,450 00 

Outstanding loans February 1, 1914, at 

3^ per cent ....... $612,400 00 

Outstanding loans February 1, 1914, at 

4 per cent . . . . . . 1,874,050 00 

2,486,450 00 

Decrease during the year $713,000 00 

The Water Sinking Fund February 1, 1913, was . . $2,551,192 16 
The Water Sinking Fund February 1, 1914, was . 1,954,263 42 

Decrease during the year $596,928 74 

Net Water Debt February 1,1913 $648,257 84 

Water Debt February 1, 1914 . . $2,486,450 00 
Less Sinking Fund February 1, 1914 . 1,954,263 42 

Net Water Debt February 1, 1914 532,186 58 

Decrease during the year $116,071 26 

Stock on hand February 1, 1914 $190,630 77 

Stock on hand February 1, 1913 144,581 64 

Increase during the year $46,049 13 

Cochituate Water Sinking Fund Receipts for the year 1913-14: 

Interest on investments $79,804 3S 

Interest on bank deposits 3,321 S4 

$83,126 22 

High Pressure Fire Service. 

Owing to the fact that the location of the pumping 
station has not been decided upon no construction work 
was done during the year. 



452 



City Document No. 26. 



The following contracts for materials have been 
placed and deliveries made as stated: 



CONTKACTORS. 


Materials Ordered. 


Delivered. 


Standard Cast Iron Pipe and Foundry 
Company, Bristol, Penn. 


7,000 tons cast-iron pipe 


7,000 tons. 


Warren Foundry and Machine Com- 
pany, Phillipsburg, Penn. 


685 tons cast-iron pipe specials. . 


697 tons. 


Davis & Farnum Manufacturing Com- 
pany, Waltham, Mass. 


100 tons semi-steel special cast- 
ings. 


106 tons. 


Kennedy Valve Manufacturing Com- 
pany, Elmira, N. Y. 
















East Orange, N. J. 






Worcester Pressed Steel Company, 
Worcester, Mass. 










A. P. Smith Manufacturing Company, 
East Orange, N. J. 


450 hydrant auxiliary valves. . . . 


No delivery. 


Gibby Foundry Company, East Boston, 
Mass. 


182 tons miscellaneous castings. . 


107 tons. 



The post hydrant adopted was designed in the depart- 
ment. Exhaustive tests have been made to determine 
its friction losses, durability, etc. Detail tests have 
also been made of the strength of the alloy joints it is 
proposed to use in the pipe line where unbalanced pres- 
sures exist. Street surveys have been completed covering 
practically the whole area to be protected. 

Waste Prevention Branch. 

A force of twelve inspectors has been continuously 
employed in locating and in stopping waste both inside 
of premises and generally throughout the distribution 
system. Their effective work has been a factor 
reducing consumption. 



in 



WASTE PREVENTION BRANCH. 

Table I. 

Waste Prevention. 



Premises examined 

Special investigations. . . . 

Waste reports 

Re-examined 

Found repaired 

Not repaired 

Water shut off for waste. 



34,558 

1,848 

12,679 

11,484 

10,963 

521 

11 



Public Works Department 

Table II. 

Defective Fixtures and Waste. 

Tank fixtures leaking ■ 

Faucets leaking 

Hopper cocks leaking 

Pipes inside leaking 

Pipes outside leaking 

Metered premises with defective fixtures 

Hydrants leaking '. 

Willful waste 



453 



6,092 

4,740 

48 

445 

145 

1,156 

16 

37 



Income and Meter Branch. 

The financial statement of the year again evidences 
efficient work on the part of this branch. The required 
number of meters have been set in compliance with the 
provisions of chapter 52 of the Acts of 1907. The 
"double high service" in West Roxbury and Hyde Park, 
about two-thirds of the services in South Boston, and 
all new premises have been metered. 

A notable decrease in consumption occurred in 
Charlestown, which was put on metered service January 
1, 1913, the daily average consumption being reduced 
from 6,860,200 gallons in 1912 to 4,394,200 gallons, a 
result due largely to the installation of meters. 

The following table shows the results obtained from 
meters and waste inspection for the past eight years: 



Year. 


1 

DQ 


o 

'> 
o 
HI 

.3 a 

w ° 
u In 
CD o 

■§« 
3 


Percentage of Serv- 
ices Metered, 
Boston. 


Population of 
Boston. 


a-i 

3 O • 

Q 


a 

■*? 

"8. 

^ O oa 

8.8.2 

a a-' 
P 


a 
«-■ <s 
o.-S 

•S&.S 
"§ is is 


'3 

Q a 
M o 

g3o 
a ens 

OBcj 

is °n 


Q 

O u c3 

is %o 

3 


1906 


93,091 
93,942 
94,960 
96,132 
93,780 
95,037 
*99,700 
101,100 


5,084 

5,185 

5,380 

12,048 

18,467 

25,206 

f34,565 

41,168 


5.5 
5.5 
5.7 
12.5 
19.7 
26.5 
34.8 
40.7 


613,220 
628,520 
643,810 
659,110 
674,400 
688,520 
718,900 
735,098 


90,951,800 
96,422,800 
98,379,300 
94,029,900 
87,346,700 
85,571,500 
90,037,500 
79,390,600 


148 
153 
153 
143 
130 
124 
125 
108 


930,740 

955,760 

973,320 

997,760 

1,022,230 

1,046,630 

1,086,690 

1,104,263 


117,524,600 
124,145,600 
125,441,000 
119,119,100 
112,092,100 
109,994,S00 
116,230,700 
103,847,700 


126 


1907 

1908 


130 
129 


1909 

1910 

1911 

1912 

1913 


119 
110 
105 
107 
94 







* Including 2,562 acquired by annexation of Hyde Park. 

t Including 1,540 meters acquired by annexation of Hyde Park. 



454 



City Document No. 26. 



METER BRANCH. 
Table I. 

General Statement of Work Performed During the Year. 





03 

o 


3 

a 
d 

O 

3 


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o 

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7,059 

41 

SS 

143 

28 


461 

28 

2S 

44 

19 

4 

1 

12 

2 

3 

1 

4 


3,334 

200 

117 

381 

82 

5 

26 

71 

23 

14 

20 

1 

10 


2,469 

591 

230 

503 

123 

82 

44 

93 

34 

14 

65 

20 

10 
1 
3 
1 
1 


8,734 

535 

366 

861 

230 

119 

56 

186 

60 

14 

37 

48 

2 

24 

1 

3 

1 


2,731 

226 

115 

351 

97 

9 

23 

91 

23 

1 

19 

17 

6 


385 

45 

22 

91 

24 

20 

4 

13 

6 

1 


270 




4 




6 




2 




3 






Worthington disc 


6 

24 

3 


1 


Keystone 






6 

8 
10 




Trident 


4 

12 

1 


3 






B. W. W 


































































Totals 


7,416 


607 


4,284 


4,284 


11,277 


3,709 


62S 


2S9 



Public Works Department. 



455 



Table II. 

Meiers in Stock February 1, 191 4- 



Make. 




Diameter in 


INCHES. 








5 


i 


1 


If 


2 


3 


4 


6 


Totals. 




1,794 
379 


223 
54 


34 
19 


45 

28 


2 
37 


1 

4 






2,099 




5 
1 
5 


3 
5 


529 




1 




221 
5S 
27 
16 
1 
22 
13 


119 
22 
10 

5 

3 
1 

67 


21 
5 
3 
1 
3 
1 


18 
2 
3 

1 
4 


26 


4 


419 


Nash 


87 












43 












18 


Worthington 


6 




2 




16 

28 






1 

1 






2 


19 












2 




154 












99J 














1 


1 




55 


2 




1 








58 




2 
1 


4 


4 


3 


13 




9 








10 


B. W. W 


1 
1 












1 




3 
1 














4 
















1 




















Totals 


2,753 


508 


87 


102 


76 


13 


17 


14 


3,570 







456 



City Document No. 26. 



Table III. 

Meters in Service February 1, 1914- 



Make. 


Diameter in Inches. 


IT* 


5 
6 


i 


1 


li 


11 


2 


3 


4 


6 


8 


12 


o 
Eh 




29,829 
340 


2,109 
319 


930 
259 


1 


496 
149 


163 
120 


56 
54 

3 
106 

3 


12 

22 

9 

60 


2 
10 
19 

11 


7 


1 


1 
33,598 


Hersey rotary 


1,273 
39 




1,004 
441 
321 
179 


443 

228 

113 

6 

42 

40 

82 

39 

434 


390 

136 

73 

2 

139 

5 

22 

5 




205 

43 

11 

1 

34 


173 
39 
21 

3 
23 
18 

2 


2,392 


Nash 






890 




4 








543 


Trident 


1 






192 




13 


1 






252 


Worthington disc 


141 
169 








204 






2 
1 


9 










286 












45 


American 


881 














1,315 


Worthington turbine . . 












1 








1 




99 


2 


5 




7 












113 


Gem 


1 




3 


6 






10 


Standard 


6 










6 


B. W. W 


2 
1 
1 




















2 


Thomson 


3 

1 
1 




















4 






















2 


Gamon 




















1 


























Totals 


33,415 


3,861 


1,966 


1 


949 


563 


244 


112 


19 


7 


1 


41,168 





Public Works Department. 



457 



Table IV. 

Meters Purchased. 



Make. 


Diameter in Inches. 


Totals. 


! 


* 


1 


1* 


2 


3 


4 


6 


8 




7,001 


351 


131 


171 


76 


30 
3 


12 
2 


1 

4 


2 


7,773 




11 


Nash 


1 

1 










1 




1 


1 


1 


1 










5 






3 
1 






3 
















3 




4 


















Totals 


7,003 


352 


132 


172 


77 


33 


IS 


8 


2 


7,797 



Table V. 

Meters Condemned. 



Make. 


Diameter in Inches. 


Totals. 


s 


* 


1 


H 


2 


3 


4 




21 
1 

15 
1 


3 
3 

8 
IS 


1 


1 


1 

1 

1 

23 






24 








5 




4 

41 

2 


14 
1 


1 
2 


2 
3 


26 


Worthington 


92 
21 




1 
1 

1 








1 


Trident 














1 
















1 


















Totals 


41 


32 


48 


16 


26 


3 


5 


171 



458 



City Document No. 26. 



Table VI. 

Meters Repaired in Service. 





Causes. 




Make. 


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03 

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03 


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CD 


3 




73 


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H 




43 


7 


25 


127 


16 


27 


10 


130 


385 




IS 


1 


10 


9 








13 


45 




1 
22 


4 


3 

13 


2 

10 






10 

2 


6 
39 


22 


Crown 


1 




91 


Nash 


. .2 


2 


5 
3 

1 
6 


5 








12 
3 
2 

2 


24 




7 
1 
2 
3 






5 


20 










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4 
1 






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13 








6 


















1 


1 


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1 


1 


2 
6 


4 




6 










12 


















1 


1 






















99 


14 


66 


158 


17 


28 


29 


217 


628 



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460 



City Document No. 26. 



Table VIII. 

Meters Applied. 





Diameter in Inches. 


Totals. 


Make. 


5 
5 


1 


1 


1§ 


2 


3 


4 


6 


8 




6,665 

2 

72 

89 

12 

4 

8 

1 

4 

5 


183 

19 

16 

17 

4 

1 

9 

1 


80 
12 


73 

1 


37 
5 


17 
1 


3 


1 
1 




1 
7,059 




41 




88 




14 

8 


S 
2 


5 
2 
1 
2 


6 


4 






143 








28 












6 




5 












24 




1 








3 




1 
1 


1 










6 


Trident 


2 










8 




3 


1 


4 


2 


10 
















Totals 


6,864 


250 


121 


85 


54 


28 


8 


6 


2 


7,416 







Table IX. 

Meters Discontinued. 



Make. 


Diameter in Inches. 


Totals. 


8 


f 


1 


1* 


2 


4 




376 

5 

24 

22 

10 


47 
9 
4 
8 
3 
1 


18 
10 


11 


9 
3 ( 


"i" 


461 




28 




28 


Nash 


8 
2 


2 

2 
1 


3 
2 


i 


44 
19 




2 


Worthington disc 


3 
6 
1 






3 


3 
1 
3 


2 


1 






12 








2 












3 


Trident 


1 

4 










1 












4 
















Totals 


452 


79 


40 


17 


17 


2 


607 



Note. — Inclusive in the above table, the following meters were discontinued on 
account of frost and are to be reset as soon as conditions permit: 

Hersey disc 270 

Hersey rotary 4 

American 6 

2 

;; ' 3 

1 

3 



Crown . 

Nash 

Worthington disc. 
Trident 



Total 289 



Public Works Department. 



461 



INCOME BRANCH. 
Table I. 

Comparative Statement of Water Rates January 81, 1914.. 



Year. 



Amount 

Assessed. 



Amount 
Abated. 



Amount 
Collected. 



Balance 
Outstanding. 



1895... 
1896... 
1897... 
1898... 
1899. . 
1900. . . 
1901... 
1902... 
1903... 
1904... 
1905... 
1906... 
1907... 
1908... 
1909. . . 
1910... 
1911... 
1912... 
1913... 
1914 t. 



$2,266, 
2,568, 
2,630, 
2,342, 
2,414, 
2,197, 
2,264, 
2,327, 
2,386, 
2,391, 
2,446, 
2,524, 
2,619, 
2,645, 
2,694, 
2,845, 
2,861, 
3,001, 
2,999, 
786, 



519 08 
246 04 
413 37 
804 58 
731 72 
026 64 
845 26 
996 91 
428 02 
751 16 
978 39 
205 25 
031 00 
962 55 
338 67 
949 55 
230 39 
731 88 
433 43 
919 80 



$55,510 53 

* 95,162 39 

53,864 09 

* 235,414 43 

* 258,449 66 

46,873 45 
46,713 28 
43,706 89 
58,050 51 
38,290 92 
36,093 08 
37,599 28 
34,959 33 
36,549 98 
47,703 89 

* 113,459 99 

59,210 09 

40,956 23 

34,735 57 

1,252 57 



$2,211, 
2,473, 
2,576, 
2,107, 
2,156, 
2,150, 
2,218, 
2,284, 
2,328, 
2,352, 
2,410, 
2,486, 
2,584, 
2,609, 
2,645, 
2,728, 

X 2,795, 

2,942, 

2,843, 

107, 



008 55 
083 65 
549 28 
390 15 
282 06 
153 19 
131 98 
290 02 
347 51 
679 94 
871 31 
605 97 
071 67 
023 23 
001 13 
182 17 
923 81 
561 93 
630 30 
683 23 



$30 00 

780 30 

14 00 



389 34 

1,633 65 

4,307 39 

6,096 49 

18,213 72 

121,067 56 

677,984 00 



The above amounts for the years 1895, 1896 and 1897 include both Mystic supply and 
Cochituate accounts. The contracts to supply Chelsea, Somerville and Everett with 
Mystic water were abrogated by the Metropolitan Water Act of January 1, 1898. 

* These amounts include certain city department accounts abated by order of the 
Mayor. 

t The statement of water rates for the year 1914 represents annual accounts only, as 
the quarterly meter accounts can only be estimated at this time. 

t $875.11 for Hyde Park water rates do not appear in this column; were not assessed 
on our books. 



462 



City Document No. 26. 



Table II. 

Kind and Number of Fixtures in Use January 1, 1914- 

i ' 

Number. 



Bathtubs 

Bowls 

Foot tubs 

Sinks 

Taps (other than sinks, bowls, etc.) 

Urinals, automatic 

Urinals, otherwise 

Washtubs 

Water-closets 

Total 



120,035 

15S.383 

240 

222,112 

41,485 

6,101 

610 

188,619 

226,797 



964.3S2 



Table III. 

Number and Amount of Abatements Allowed During the Year 1913. 



On Account of Assessment for Yeah. 


Number. 


Amount. 


1910 


2 

57 

1,101 

3,447 


SS 50 


1911 


2,979 73 


1912 


15,978 73 


1913 


33,523 38 






Totals 


4,607 


852,490 34 







Table IV. 

Application for New Pipes During the Year 1913. 



Elevators 
Fire pipes. . . . 

Motors 

Service pipes . 



6 
82 



1,401 



Total. 



1,489 



Public Works Department. 



463 



Table V. 

Turning Water Off and On During the Year 1913 

For complaints 

For repairs of sendee : 

For non-payment of water bills 

For waste 

Turned on first time 

Vacancies 

Total 



471 
4,457 
3,529 
12 
1,342 
2.6S6 



12,497 



Table VI. 

Elevators. 



Under supervision December 31, 1912 

Discontinued during the year 

Changed to electric 

New elevators accepted during the year 

Under supervision December 31, 1913 

Changed to tank and metered water and now under supervision 

Registering inaccurately and repaired by owner 

Clock cords broken and repaired by owner 

Clock hands broken and repaired by owner 



4 

6 

56S 

46 

12 



Table VII. 

Motors. 



Under supervision December 31, 1912 

Discontinued during the year 

New motors accepted during the year 
Under supervision December 31, 1913 
Motors on meter 



Ill 

4 



107 

18 



464 



City Document No. 26. 



Table VIII. 

Fire Pipes. 



Under supervision December 31, 1912 

Supervision discontinued during the year 

Premises equipped during the year 

Premises under supervision December 31, 1913 

Premises inspected 

Number of inspections of outlet valves 

Number of hydrant inspections 

Number of valves sealed and resealed 

Number of hydrant valves sealed and resealed 

Meter by-passes under supervision of December 31, 1912 

Discontinued 

By-pass additional 

Meter by-passes under supervision December 31, 1913. . . 

Inspections made of by-passes 

By-passes sealed or resealed 



644 

82 

726 

4,271 

55,391 

2,490 

4,519 

228 

42 

6 

48 
48 
16 



Disteibution Branch. 

The organization of this branch is a central yard at 
710 Albany street and six outlying yards in East Boston, 
Charlestown, Brighton, Dorchester, West Roxbury and 
Hyde Park. At the central yard is a machine shop, a 
plumbing shop, a carpenter shop and a blacksmith shop. 
An electrical shop was abolished during the year. The 
work done consists both of construction, including the 
manufacture of gates, hydrants, service cocks, pipe 
boxes, etc., and of mains, which term includes a wide 
variety of important work which must be quickly and 
properly done if damage is not to result. An automo- 
bile emergency service is maintained at 710 Albany 
street, with men ready to respond at any time. 

The following tables, Nos. 1 to 32, give details of 
the work done by the Distribution Branch, with its 
cost where it could be determined : 



Public Works Department. 



465 



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