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Received of the Public Works Department, City of Boston, 

ANNUAL REPORT FOR 1914. 



(In signing below please give the full post office address, and notify us promptly 
of any change therein, so that future reports may reach you without delay, 
and save the City the expense for return postage.) 

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Official Position, 

City or Town, 

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Post Office, 

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Date, 

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mailing list for future publications of this department can be 
accommodated by filling out the above receipt and returning it to 
this office. 

E. F. Murphy, 

Commissioner. 



ANNUAL REPORT 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT 



YEAR 1914 



Compliments . . . 

E. F. Murphy, 

Commissioner of Public Works. 
PLEASE EXCHANGE. 



1915 



ANNUAL REPORT 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT 



YEAR 1914 






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CONTENTS. 



Part I. 



REPORT OF THE COMMISSIONER OF 
PUBLIC WORKS. 



PAGE 

Appropriations 2 

Appropriations, special 3 

Contracts : 

Artificial stone sidewalks . . 20 

Ashes 40 

Asphalt pavement 23 

Bitulithic pavement 25 

Bridge work 16 

Cleaning catch-basins .... 43 

Edgestones, gutters, etc. . . 33 

Electric lighting 18, 100 

Ferry work 17 

Gas, fnrnisliing same 18, 96 

Gas lighting 18, 88 

Hassam block pavement . . 30 

Hired teams 15 

In force, made in previous 

years. Sanitary Service, 41 

Macadam, bituminous. ... 34 
Miscellaneous, Paving 

Service 38 

Miscellaneous, Sanitarj- 

Service 41 

Miscellaneous, Sewer 

Service 54 

Miscellaneous, Water 

Service 59 

Offal 40 

Paving and regulating .... 32 



PAGE 

Pumping station 55 

Roman road pavement ... 29 

Sewerage works 44 

Snow and ice 43 

Taric pavement 37 

Water pipes, laying 56 

Water pipes, relaying .... 58 

Watering carts 42 

Employees 82 

Expenditures 11 

Financial statement 10 

General review 5 

Maintenance, comparative 

table 12 

Organization 1 

Pavements, area of 62 

Pavements, changes in 65 

Pavements, length of 64 

Pavements, miles of 63 

Personal property 66 

Physicians, report of 87 

Property 69 

Rainfall 61 

Revenue 13 

Snowfall 61 

Street mileage 63 

Street surfaces, prices for 

repairs to 109 

Veterinarian, report of 87 



IV 



Contents. 



Part II. — Appendix A. 



Administration expenses, Central Office . 



PAGE 

113 



Appendix B. 



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

(Bridge Service.) 

(Page 114.) 



PAGE 

Appropriations, special 125 

Appropriations, special, sum- 
mary of 128 

Beacon Street Bridge 130 

Bridges, number of 122 

Broadway Bridge 130 

Charlestown Bridge 132 

Chelsea Bridge North, re- 
building 133 

Chelsea Bridge South, re- 
building 134 

City base, elevations and 

datum 151 

Congress Street Bridge 134 

Drawtenders' report 150 

Elevations, city base 151 

Expenditures 123 

Financial statement 121 

General review 114 

Granite Avenue Bridge 135 

Income 129 

List of bridges : 

In charge of Bridge and 
Ferry Division, Bridge 

Service 140 

In charge of Bridge and 
Ferry Division and Park 
and Recreation Depart- 
ment 141 



In charge of Park and 

Recreation Department, 142 
Maintained by Metropoli- 
tan Park Commission. . . 144 
Maintained by railroad 

corporations 144 

Of which Boston main- 
tains the part within its 

limits 142 

Of which Boston main- 
tains the wearing sur- 
face 143 

Of which Boston pays a 
part of the cost of main- 
taining 142 

Recapitulation of bridges, 146 
Milton Street Bridge, 

Hyde Park 138 

Northern Avenue Bridge, 138 

Organization 114 

Recommendations 117 

Small bridges or culverts .... 147 
Tides, highest and lowest 

recorded 152 

Width of bridge openings . . . 148 

Winthrop Bridge 138 

Work done 114 



Contents. 



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

(Ferry Service.) 

(Page 154.) 



PAGE 

Appropriations 155 

Appropriation, amounts paid 

from 162 

Appropriations, special 162 

Balance sheet 157 

Comparative balance sheet 

(5 years) 161 

Comparison of appropria- 
tions, receipts and ex- 

penditm-es (5 years) 158 

Difference in travel between 

ferries 164 



PAGE 

Expenditures 155 

Expenditures (5 years) 158 

Expenditures and receipts 

since 1858 162 

Ferryboats 155 

Financial statement 155 

Receipts at each ferry 163 

Recommendations 117 

Ticket statement 164 

Total travel on both ferries 

(5 years) 165 

Work done 154 



Appendix C. 



REPORT OF THE DIVISION ENGINEER OF 
THE HIGHWAY DIVISION. 

General Review. 

(Page 166.) 

(Lighting Service.) 

(Page 170.) 



Arc lamps, total cost per 

lamp per annum 176 

Defects 172 

Electric lights, number and 

kind of 177 

Electric lights, cost of 177 

Expenditures 170 

Financial statement 170 

Gas lamps, number and 

kind of 174 

Gas lamps, total cost per 

lamp per annum 176 



Incandescent lamps, total 

cost per lamp per annum . . 179 
Lamps, number of, installed 

during year 172 

Lamps discontinued 172 

Number and style of lamps 

January 1, 1915 174 

Outages on street lamps. ... 174 

Rebates 174 

Repairs 174 

Revenue 171 

Work done 171 



VI 



Contents. 



REPORT OF THE DIVISION ENGINEER OF 
THE HIGHWAY DIVISION. 

(Paving Service.) 
(Page 180.) 



Asphalting : 

Trinidad Lake, streets 

paved with 358 

Trinidad Lake, summary. . 371 
Sicihan rock, streets 

paved with 372 

Sicilian rock, summary. . . 378 
Seyssel rock, streets 

paved with 379 

Bermudez, streets paved 

with 380 

Acme, streets paved with . . 382 
American rock, streets 

paved with 385 

Limmer rock, streets 

paved with 386 

Asphalt, cost of patching 
10 years: 

Trinidad Lake 340 

Sicilian rock 349 

Seyssel rock 354 

Summary of 355 

Assessment streets, work 

done on 184 

BituUthic pavement: 

Cost of patching, 10 years, 356 

Summary of 357 

Streets paved with 388 

Summary of 400 

Brick block pavement : 

Streets paved with 412 

Summary of 418 

Cement pavement, streets 

paved with 411 

Dirt and street cleanings re- 
moved 333 

Electric light poles 338 

Expenditures, detail of: 
Avery, Mason and Wash- 
ington streets 209 

Harvard avenue 209 

Highways, making of 209 

Norfolk street widening . . . 209 
Old Colony avenue 209 



PAGE 

Pleasant street widening . . 209 
Thatcher street exten- 
sion 209 

Tyler street extension 209 

Expenditures, objects of 211 

Financial statement 209 

General law streets 203 

General review 166 

Income.., 209 

Macadam streets, mainte- 
nance of 331 

New brick sidewalks, bj' 

districts 332 

New edgestones, by districts . 332 

Notices 338 

Permits 336 

Permits, revenue from 337 

Plans 339 

Roadway defects 338 

Sidewalk defects 337 

Snow and ice removed by 

contract 334 

Snow and ice removed by 

districts by day labor . . . 334 
Snow, slunmary of volume 

and cost of 335 

Street numbering 338 

Street openings 336 

Streets : 

Paved with asphalt on 

concrete base 181 

Paved with bitulithic on 

concrete base 181 

Paved with Hassam block 

on concrete base 180 

Paved with granite blocks 
on concrete or gravel 

base ISO 

Paved with Taric com- 
pound 183 

PaA^ed with wood blocks 

on concrete base 181 

Summary of all smooth pave- 
ments 418 



Contents. 



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PAGE 

Work done 180 

Work done: 

By contract, summary . . . 206 

By day labor, summary . . 20S 

By department force, de- 
tail of (between pages 
318, 319). 

Charged to Avery, Mason 

and Washington streets, 236 

Charged to East First 

street 239 

Charged to Harvard ave- 
nue 239 

Charged to highways, mak- 
ing of 250 

Charged to highways, mak- 
ing of, recapitulation of, 325 



PAGE 

Charged to Norfolk street, 24 1 

Charged to Old Colony 

avenue 244 

Charged to Pleasant street , 245 

Charged to regular and 
street improvements ap- 
propriations 215 

Charged to regular and 
street improvements ap- 
propriations, recapitu- 
lation of 319 

Charged to special appro- 
priations, recapitulation 
of 324 

Charged to Thatcher 

street 249 

Charged to Tyler street . . . 249 



REPORT OF THE DIVISION ENGINEER OF 
THE HIGHWAY DIVISION. 

(Sanitary Service.) 

(Page 420.) 



Cost of collecting and dis- 
posing of refuse by day 
labor (between pages 
432, 433). 
Final disposition of all 

material 432 

Garbage removed (5 years), 429 
Number of loads of mate- 
rial collected from Feb- 
ruary 1, 1910, to Janu- 
ary 28, 1915 429 

Offal collected by contract, 

number of loads 430 

Waste and rubbish re- 
moved (5 years) 429 

Weight of material 431 

Refuse collected, detail of 
(between pages 432, 433). 

Revenue 422 

Sanitary districts , 419 

Shops 424 

Work done: 

Charged to Ward Street 

Transfer Station 421 





PAGE 


Appropriations, special 


421 


Ashes collected by contract, 




number of loads 


430 


Carts, capacity of 


429 


Carts, number of 


434 


Expenditures, items of 


423 


Financial statement 


420 


Force employed on house 




dirt and ashes 


428 


Force employed on house 




offal 


428 


Force employed on waste 




and rubbish 


428 


Horseshoeing 


425 


Maintenance 


420 


Materials : 




Amount expended on offal. 




ashes and rubbish by 




districts 


427 


Ashes and house dirt re- 




moved (5 years) 


428 


Collected by districts 


431 


Cost of collecting and dis- 




posing of refuse by con- 




tract 


433 



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Contents. 



REPORT OF THE DIVISION ENGINEER OF 
THE HIGHWAY DIVISION. 

(Street Cleaning and Oiling Service.) 

(Page 435.) 



Cost of labor and teaming 

by months 447 

Expenditures, distribution of, 448 

Expenditures, items of 435 

Financial statement 435 

Flushing streets 441 

Horses, distribution of 442 

Horses, cost of maintaining, 442 

Push-cart patrol, by districts, 443 

Snow work 440 



Streets : 

Ai'eas watered and cost 

per square j^ard 446 

Cleaned, miles of 444 

Cleaned, total cost of (be- 
tween pages 444, 445). 
Swept by machines (be- 
tween pages 444, 445). 
Treated with oil, cost of . . 445 
Watered, cost by months, 447 
Watered, total cost of ... . 447 



Appendix D. 



REPORT OF THE DIVISION ENGINEER 
THE SEWER AND WATER DIVISION. 

General Review. 

(Page 449.) 

(Sewer Service.) 

(Page 462.) 



OF 



Catch-basins cleaned by con- 
tract 475 

Catch-basins built, charged 
to sewerage works 490 

Catch-basins built, charged 
to separate systems of 
drainage 506 

Catch-basins, new, paid for, 494 

Coal contracts, pumping sta- 
tion (Supply Department), 474 

Entrance feqs, permits and 

assessments 510 

Expenditures : 

Maintenance 465 

Maintenance, detail of... . 468 



Maintenance, detail of, re- 
capitulation of 473 

Separate systems of drain- 
age 496 

Separate systems of drain- 
age, detail of 497 

Sewerage works, detail of, 

Financial statement 

Horses, cost of maintaining. 
Land-taking, executions of 

court 487, 505 

Machinery hired, rates paid 

for 510 

Manholes built, charged to 

sewerage works 488 



476 
464 
510 



Contents. 



IX 



Miles of sewers February 1, 

1915 512 

Pumping, average cost per 

million foot-gallons 514 

Pumping Station, Calf Past- 
ure, work done 486 

Pumps, Calf Pasture, aver- 
age lift and duty 513 

Recommendations 449 

Refuse from filth hoist 514 

Regulators, gates, etc., cared 

for 515 

Schedule of sewers built to 

date 512 

Sewers and surface drains 
built, charged to separate 
systems of drainage 497 



PAGE 

Sewers built by contract 
force account (between 
pages 476, 477). 
Sewers built by day labor 
force account (between 
pages 476, 477). 
Sewers built charged to 

sewerage works 477 

Smnmary of sewer construc- 
tion (12 months) 511 

Summary of sewer construc- 
tion ( 5 years) 511 

Sludge account 515 

Work done 449 

Work done, main drainage. . 516 
Work in charge of division . . 462 



REPORT OF THE DIVISION ENGINEER 
THE SEWER AND WATER DIVISION. 

(Water Service.) 

(Page 517.) 



OF 



PAGE 

Abatements 527 

Applications for new pipes . . 527 
Automobiles, cost of opera- 
ting 519 

Construction, cost of 524 

Consumption of water 557 

Contracts, Supply Depart- 
ment 524 

Distribution 557 

Elevators 528 

Expenditures 517 

Expenditul"es, detail of 518 

Expenditures, comparison of, 522 

Financial statement 517 

Fire pipes 529 

Fixtures 527 

Fountains changed 549 

Fountains, description of . . . 542 
Fountains established and 

abandoned 549 

Fountains, number of 541 

Fountains, repaired 550 



High pressure fire service ex- 
penditures 521 

Hydrants established and 

changed 543 

Hydrants, blow-off and reser- 
voir pipes 539 

Hydrants repaired 544 

Hydrants, total number of, 

January 31, 1915 540 

Hydrants, total number and 
kind of, estabUshed and 
abandoned 543 

Ice for di-inking fountains. . 521 

Income and Meter Branch . . 526 

Main pipe work, maintenance 

of 542 

Meters : 

Applied 536 

Changed 535 

Condemned 533 

Discontinued 537 



Contents. 



In service January 31, 

1915 532 

Installed 530 

On hand January 31, 

1915 531 

Purchased 533 

Repaired 534 

Set 551 

Meter repairs 552 

Meter system, comparative 

table, eight years 526 

Metropolitan district data . . 558 

Motors 529 

Receipts 517 

Receipts, comparison of 522 

Reserve Fund 521 

Revenue 521 

Service pipes : 

Abandoned and plugged . . 546 

Cost of laying 546 

Detail of 547 

Laid and abandoned 545 

Maintenance of 542 

Repairs, cost of 548 



PAGE 

Total number and length, 541 
Shops : 

Blacksmith 555 

Carpenter 555 

Machine 552 

Pattern 556 

Plumbing 556 

Miscellaneous 557 

Water : 

Average monthly heights 
at different stations (be- 
tween pages 558, 559). 

Debt 524 

Sinking Fund 524 

Water pipes, total length of, 538 
Water posts established and 

abandoned 550 

Water post repaii's 551 

Water rates, comparative 

statement 526 

Water, turning off and on. . . 528 

Waste, prevention of 525 

Work done 460 



Appendix E. 



REPORT OF THE COMMISSIONERS FOR THE 
BOSTON AND CAMBRIDGE BRIDGES. 

(Page 559.) 



Bridges in charge of com- 
mission 559 

Draw openings 562 

Drawtenders' reports 563 



Expenditures 561 

Recommendations 559 

Work done 559 



DOCUMENT NUMBERS OF ANNUAL REPORTS. 

(Page 564.) 



ANNUAL REPORT 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT 



FOR THE 



YEAR ENDING JANUARY 31, 1915. 



Boston, February 1, 1915. 

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, 1915, is herewith respectfully submitted. The 
Public Works Department, created by Ordinances, of 
1910, chapter 9, was formed by consolidating the 
Engineering, 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 
Department, as this work is in charge of a commission 



2 City Document No, 26. 

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 Commissioner of 
Pubhc Works is the Boston member of this commission 
and also because one-half of the expenses of this com- 
mission is defrayed by the Bridge and Ferry Division 
of this department, it is here treated as a division of 
this department. 

Appropkiations. 

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 maintenance 
appropriations, including permanent construction, as 
passed by the City Council and approved by the Mayor, 
were as follows: 

Central Office $80,000 00 

Bridge and Ferry Division 610,000 00 

Highway Division . 3,700,000 00 

Sewer and Water Division, Sewer Service . . 360,000 00 



$4,750,000 00 
Water Service 895,000 00 



1,645,000 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 . . . $323,958 76 



Third. — Loan inside the debt limit under the pro- 
visions of chapter 426 of the Acts of 1897, as amended 
by chapter 204 of the Acts of 1908, from which all 

* Paid by Bridge and Ferry Division. 



Public Works Department. 3 

sewerage works are built, except those in the Charles 
River Basin watershed. (Separate Systems of Drainage 
— Sewer Service.) 

Balance, February 1, 1914 $257,017 89 

Loan 600,000 00 



Total $857,017 89 

Expended during the year 592,618 21 



Balance January 31, 1915 .... $264,399 68 

Fourth. — Loan under the provisions of chapter 383 
of the Acts of 1903, as amended by chapter 485 of the 
Acts of 1907, by chapter 514 of the Acts of 1908, by 
chapter 612 of the Acts of 1911, and 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. (Sewerage Works — 
Sewer Service.) 

Balance February 1, 1914 . . . . $63,618 55 
Loan 400,000 00 



Total $463,618 55 

Expended during the year 341,278 15 



Balance January 31, 1915 .... $122,340 40 

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 Service. (Water Service.) 

Balance February 1, 1914 $134,420 64 

Loan * 450,000 00 



Total . $584,420 64 

Expended during the year 195,372 74 



Balance January 31, 1915 .... * $389,047 90 

Sixth. — Special Appropriations. 

From Loans: 

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

* Includes loan of §150,000 authorized but not issued. 



4 City Document No. 26. 

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

Balance February 1, 1914 $55,000 00 

Expended during the year 36,477 82 



Balance January 31, 1915 . . . . $18,522 18 

Broadway Bridge Rebuilding. (Bridge Service.) 

Balance February 1, 1914 $148,663 98 

Expended during the year 99,394 84 

Balance January 31, 1915 . . . . $49,269 14 

Chelsea Bridge North. (Bridge Service.) 

Balance February 1, 1914 $64,601 80 

Expended during the year 45,922 27 

Balance January 31, 1915 .... $18,679 53 

Chelsea Bridge South. (Bridge Service.) 

Balance February 1, 1914 $41,652 83 

Expended during the year 37,184 38 



Balance January 31, 1915 .... $4,468 45 

Meridian Street Bridge. (Bridge Service.) 

Balance February 1, 1914 $18,467 80 

Expended during the year 3,315 18 



Balance January 31, 1915 .... $15,152 62 

Everett Street, Brighton, Property (to be Used for a 
Refuse Destructor Plant.) (Sanitary Service.) 

Balance February 1, 1914 $23,000 00 

Transferred to Refuse Transfer Station . . 23,000 00 

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

Balance February 1, 1914 $15,583 32 

Expended during the year 15,583 32 

Refuse Transfer Station. (Sanitary Service.) 
Transferred from Everett street, Brighton, 

property $23,000 00 

Expended during the year 3,096 63 

Balance January 31, 1915 . .... $19,903 37 



Public Works Department. 5 

Refuse Destructor Site, Spectacle Island. 

(Sanitary Service.) 

Balance February 1, 1914 $15,000 00 



Balance January 31, 1915 .... $15,000 00 

Service Mains and Relaying Mains. (Water Service.) 

Balance February 1, 1914 $113,054 60 

Transferred from Water Service surplus 200,000 00 

$313,054 60 
Expended during the year 128,584 36 



Balance January 31, 1915 .... $184,470 24 

Old Colony Avenue, Construction of. (Paving Service.) 

Balance February 1, 1914 $14,567 86 

Expended during the year 13,972 33 



$595 53 
Transferred to Hospital Buildings, Improvements, 595 53 

Street Lighting Equipment. (Lighting Service.) 

Balance February 1, 1914 $296,411 48 

Transferred to Long Island 

Improvements .... $198,411 48 
Transferred to Fireproof Storage 

Building . . 3,000 00 

Transferred to Coal Pocket 9,500 00 

$296,411 48 

From Taxes: 

Bridge Repairs. (Bridge Service.) 

Balance February 1, 1914 $9,244 56 

Expended during the year 7,129 45 



Balance January 31, 1915 .... $2,115 11 

General Remarks. 

The policy of the department of doing practically all 
new construction work by contract has been continued 
with satisfactory results. Prices have been lower than 
in preceding years. The small amount of sewer construc- 
tion work heretofore done by the regular sewer force 
has been done by contract during the past year, and the 
men engaged on this work (about one hundred twenty- 



6 City Document No. 26. 

five) were transferred to other services, enabling us to 
close three sewer yards, one in East Boston, one in the 
Back Bay and one in Dorchester. 

The most important problem confronting the depart- 
ment is the securing of a site for the High Pressure 
Fire Pumping Station. There are certain requirements 
which this site must have; first, and most important, it 
should be in a locality safe from fire in case of a con- 
flagration; second, it should be close to the water supply 
for the pumps; and third, it should be near the locality 
it is proposed to protect. The first site proposed, on 
Boston Common in the vicinity of Telegraph Hill, 
satisfies all the above requirements and would have 
been ideal. A storm of protest arose against this loca- 
tion, although the station would have been an ornament 
and would in no way interfere with the use of the Com- 
mon. Because of this protest, the site was rejected. The 
next site selected was on the Charlesbank in the vicinity 
of Otter street. The residents of Beacon street objected 
and this site was abandoned. Plans were then made 
for a station under Charles street midway between 
Beacon and Boylston streets. This plan was rejected 
because of the bad ground and danger of flooding and 
because the employees would be obliged to work in 
artificial light and ventilation. Another site was then 
proposed on the Charlesbank north of the Cambridge 
Bridge. This was given up because of public protest. 
A site was then selected on Fort Point channel near the 
old Mt. Washington Avenue Bridge. This location is 
almost as good as the Common, and was approved by 
the General Court, the Governor and Council, the Port 
Directors, the Chamber of Commerce and the Boston 
Wharf Company. It seemed for a time that the problem 
was settled satisfactorily, but on applying to the Federal 
authorities for the requisite ratification of our plans it 
was refused, for no good reason, to my mind, considering 
the conditions. 

A brief summary of the chief activities of the various 
divisions follows : 

Bridge and Ferry Division. 

The draw span of Broadway Bridge, over Fort Point 

channel, has been entirely rebuilt during the past year. 

The new span, which is operated by electricity, is 210 

feet long and 60 feet wide and spans a single navigable 



Public Works Department. 7 

channel of 50 feet. This is the first draw span in Boston 
on which wood block paving has been used and after 
several months' service the paving is in excellent con- 
dition. 

A temporary bridge with draw span has been built 
at the location of the Chelsea Bridge, over the south 
channel of the Mystic river. The channelway at the 
new draw is 47^ feet wide and the channelway at the 
old draw has been made the same width. 

The bridge at Granite avenue, over the Neponset 
river, has been entirely rebuilt during the past year by 
the Granite Avenue Bridge Building Commission, the 
engineering work being done by this department. The 
new bridge is of steel on masonry foundation and is 
178 feet 6 inches long and 45 feet wide, and is provided 
with a draw span of the Strauss Bascule Trunnion type. 

The reconstruction of Winthrop Bridge, from Breed's 
Island to Winthrop, over Belle Isle inlet, has been 
continued during the year and the work [was so far 
completed that travel was turned over this bridge on 
December 1, 1914. 

Under new regulations by the United States Govern- 
ment, navigation lights have been installed at Charles- 
town, Meridian Street and Northern Avenue Bridges 
and at the Chelsea Bridge over the north channel of 
Mystic river. 

A new jet condenser and circulating pump have been 
installed on the ferryboat ''Governor Russell" during 
the past year, and a large amount of repair work done 
to the ferry landings and boats. 

Highway Division. 

The permanent pavement this year was confined 
principally to bitulithic and granite blocks on concrete 
base, there being 55,000 square yards of the former and 
17,000 of the latter. A departure in the method of 
laying the bitulithic pavement was tried this year by 
laying the bitulithic mixture on the prepared macadam 
foundation instead of on a 6-inch concrete foundation. 
The result is very satisfactory, with every indication 
of a very durable pavement. Bitulithic pavements 
were laid on Clarendon street. South End; Eustis, 
Station and Zeigler streets in Roxbury and several 
other smaller areas throughout the city. 

A long-delayed improvement accomplished this year 
was the paving of Massachusetts avenue, from the New 



8 City Document No. 26. 

England Railroad Bridge to Edward Everett square, 
with granite blocks on a concrete base with cement 
grout joints. 

Several areas of Hassam block pavement, amounting 
to 5,000 square yards, were laid, such as Atkinson street 
and Langdon street. Artificial stone sidewalks, old 
and new, constructed amounted to 72,660 square yards. 
The department forces of the Paving Service resurfaced 
with bituminous binders streets in the several districts, 
comprising about 90,000 square yards. 

The Sanitary Service has augmented its rolling stock 
by the purchase of two electric auto trucks which are 
used for long hauls. Several new garbage wagons of a 
low gear dumping body have been constructed and are 
now in use. Their capacity is large, the sides being low, 
and they are more convenient for the men to load and 
are easily dumped. The horses and rolling stock 
generally are in good condition. Daily collections of 
garbage have been in effect since April 1 in the North 
and West Ends, which assist greatly in the separation 
of ashes and garbage, as the occupants would place all 
refuse in the same receptacle. Under the daily collec- 
tion scheme a fairly good separation is obtained. 

The street cleaning and oiling equipment is up to 
date by the addition of new machine brooms, pressure 
flushers, etc. A departure which gives excellent results 
and is to be continued is the collection of the patrol 
accumulation by the Peerless auto truck. This truck 
makes three to four trips daily, thereby doing away with 
the storing of barrels on the sidewalks. 

During the year one of the most important items 
of interest that affected the department was the execu- 
tion of the street lighting contracts, the gas at a reduc- 
tion of $2.60 and the electric arcs at a reduction of $16, 
making a total approximate reduction of $100,000 per 
year. The gas lamps in the South End and part of 
Roxbury were discontinued and the tungsten lights put 
in their place, and the maintenance of the boulevard 
lamps on Huntington avenue, between Copley square 
and Massachusetts avenue, is assumed by the city. 

Sewer and Water Division. 

With the completion of Sections 2, 3 and 4 of the 
South End sewer improvement and the new Union 
Park street pumping station (the latter built in 1914 



Public Works Department. 9 

and to be in operation about April 15, 1915), the unsani- 
tary conditions of the South End district will be greatly 
improved. About 24.41 miles of sewers and surface 
drains were built during the past year in the entire 
city. Davenport brook in Dorchester, between Adams 
and Magdala streets, has been improved by the building 
of a reinforced concrete conduit for a distance of about 
2,500 feet, thereby abating the frequent floodings which 
have occurred in the past. The two steam-driven 
turbine centrifugal pumps, of the DeLaval type, which 
were accepted by the city during the past year, have 
proven their real value, especially in the time of extreme 
flood, when emergency pumps are required. 

The past year was an active one in the Water Service. 
Thirteen and four-tenths miles of new mains were laid, 
comprising extensions for new buildings and for inside 
fire protection, abolishment of dead ends, the anticipa- 
tion of street construction and general improvement of 
the service, etc. A 30-inch main was laid in Columbus 
avenue, from New Heath street to Worcester street, 
which will be extended to provide a second feed for the 
high service supply to the city proper. Five and seven- 
tenths miles of old pipes were relaid where the need of 
increased fire protection was most urgent. One and five- 
tenths miles of jpipe were relaid, largely on account of 
subway construction. Five hundred seven hydrants, 
1,477 service pipes and 8,070 meters were installed. 

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



10 



City Document No. 26. 



Financial Statement of the Public Works Department, 

February 1, 1914, to January 31, 1915. 

Maintenance. 



Division. 


Appropria- 
tions and 
Transfers 

during 
1914-15. 


Revenue. 


Total 
Credits. 


Expendi- 
tures for the 
twelve months 
ending Janu- 
ary 31, 1915. 


Balances, 
January 
31, 1915. 


Central Office 


1 $80,000 00 

2 595,233 52 

3 3,724,038 27 

4 350,728 21 
6 895,000 00 


$337 50 

( 149 84 

1 


$80,337 50 
595,383 36 

3,806,776 96 

362,958 08 
895,000 00 


$74,592 01 

301,711 93 

293.671 43 

753,811 73 

1,335,928 95 

" 1,017,452 66 

699,583 62 

362.672 07 
894,170 14 


$5,745 49 


Bridge and Ferry Division: 
Bridge Service | 




Highway Division: 
Lighting Service 1 


198 87 
21,325 64 
59,303 67 

1,910 51 
12,229 87 




Sanitary Service 

Street Cleaning and Oil- 
ing Service 




Sewer and Water Division: 


286 01 




829 86 








Totals 


$5,645,000 00 


$95,455 90 


$5,740,455 90 


$5,733,594 54 


$6,861 36 







1 Appropriation 
Revenue 



Transferred to City Treasury 



' Appropriation 
Revenue 



Transferred to Highway Division 



' Appropriation 
Revenue 



Transferred from Bridge and_ Ferry Division 
Transferred from Sewer Service 



* Appropriation 
Revenue 



Transferred to Highway Di^dsion 
Transferred to City Treasury 



6 Appropriation 

Transferred to City Treasury 



$80,000 00 
337 50 


$80, .33 7 50 
5,745 49 


$610,000 00 
149 84 


$610,149 
14,766 


84 

48 


$3,700,000 00 
82,738 69 


$3,782,738 

14,766 

9,271 


69 

48 
79 


$360,000 00 
12,229 87 


$372,229 
9,271 


87 
79 


$362,958 08 
286 01 


$895,000 
829 


00 
86 



$74,592 01 



$595,383 36 



$3,806,776 96 



$362,672 07 



1,170 14 



Public Works Department. 



11 



The expenditures under the several appropriations for the 
year 1914 were as follows: 



Division. 


Current 
Expenses. 


Special 
Appropria- 
tions. 


Total 
Expenditures. 


Balances, 

January 31, 

191.5. 


Central Office 


$74,592 01 

301,711 93 

293.671 43 

753,811 73 
1,335,928 95 
1,017,452 66 

699,583 62 

362.672 07 
894,170 14 




$74,592 01 

584,048 87 
294,171 43 

753,811 73 
1,804,987 68 
1,036,132 61 

699,583 62 

1,296,568 43 
1,218,127 24 


$5,745 49 


Bridge and Ferry Division: 


$282,336 94 
500 00 


119,490 22 




15 60 


Highway Division: 






469,058 73 
18,679 95 


6,991 89 




34,903 37 


Street _ Cleaning and Oiling 




Sewer and Water Division: 

Sewer Service 


933,896 36 
323,957 10 


387,026 09 
* 574,348 00 






Totals 


$5,733,594 54 


$2,028,429 08 


$7,762,023 62 


$1,128,520 66 



■ Includes $150,000 authorized but not issued. 



12 



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13 



Revenue. 

Collected hy City Collector on Account of the Public Works 

Department {Maintenance Account) and Credited 

to General Revenue, as per Collector. 

Bridge Service: 

Sale of old automobiles $165 00 

Ferry Service : 

Tolls $104,626 94 

Rents 497 00 

Headhouse privileges 600 00 

Sale of old material 141 26 

Commission on telephone stations, 47 71 . 



Lighting Service: 

Rents 

Sale of old material 

Paving Service : 

Assessments on abutters for edge 

stones and sidewalks 
Permits .... 
Crushed stone 
Sale of old material 
Sale of old barrels . 
Sale of old roller wheels 
Sale of old buggy . 
Rents .... 

Sanitary Service : 
Sale of manure 
Sale of offal, Hyde Park 
Sale of old material 
Hire of dumping scows 
Sale of dumper 
Sale of automobiles, wagons, etc. 
Rents 

Street Cleaning and Oiling Service : 

Rents 

Sale of horse 

Sale of old carts and machine 

Sewer Service: 
Sewer assessments 
Sewer assessments, Hyde Park 
Entrance fees 



L,200 00 
139 00 



$36,975 75 

25,305 70 

527 69 

50 20 

123 85 

12 00 

15 19 

225 00 



$611 25 

285 39 
337 93 
250 00 
317 30 
130 72 
25 00 



$450 00 
20 00 
23 46 



$7,170 66 

521 00 

4,198 28 



105,912 91 



1,339 00 



63,235 38 



1,957 59 



493 46 



Carried forward . 



$11,889 94 $173,103 34 



14 



City Document No. 26. 



Brought forward . 
Disposal of sewage 
Sale of old auto 
Sale of old wagon . 
Sale of old iron 
Sale of old material 
Rents 



Water Service : 

Water rates . . . . ! 

Labor and materials for construc- 
tion, changes and repairs of 
mains, service pipes and other 
structures . 

Sale of merchandise 

Sale of old material 

Fees for summonses 

Off and on for nonpayment 

Board of horse 

Sale of auto . . 

Rents .... 

Miscellaneous 

Interest on bank deposits 



$11,889 94 

6,423 73 

136 50 

37 07 

6 00 

172 50 

10 00 



$173,103 34 



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66 


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3,433 


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The following table shows the snowfall and rainfall 
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2.47 
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Public streets laid out and discontinued by the Street 
Commissioners during the year show pavements in- 
creased 11.59 miles or 186,931 square yards. 

The widening of Boylston street by the Boston Transit 
Commission, under chapter 810, Acts of 1913, shows 
pavements decreased 0.01 mile or increased 2,871 square 
yards. 

Corrections to previous measurements on account of 
revision and other causes show pavements increased 
0.13 mile or 3,480 square yards. 

Total net increase 11.71 miles or 193,282 square yards. 

The rate of increase from year to year is shown in 
the following table: 

Miles. Miles. Miles. 

1859 111.50 1886 383.55 1901 491.85 

1871 201.32 1887 390.30 1902 496.90 

1872 207.40 1888 392.72 1903 499.85 

1873 209.24 1889 397.84 1904 500.39 

1874 313.90 1890 404.60 1905 502.20 

1875 318.58 1891 409.60 1906 502.80 

1876 327.50 1892 434.59 1907 510.04 

1877 333.20 1893 443.34 1908 511.60 

1878 340.39 1894 447.65 1909 514.28 

1879 345.19 1895 452.12 1910 518.63 

1880 350.54 1896 456.11 1911 521.21 

1881 355.50 1897 459.12 1912 561.36 

1882 359.85 1898 471.19 1913 567.51 

1883 367.99 1899 479.47 1914 572.85 

1884 374.10 1900 489.55 1915 584.56 

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The following changes in pavement were made during 
the year: 

0.18 mile or 8,573 square yards asphalt changed to granite block. 

0.42 mile or 8,767 square yards asphalt changed to wood block. 

0.09 mile or 3,176 square yards asphalt changed to bitulithic. 

0.00 mile or 3 square yards granite block changed to asphalt. 

0.00 mile or 4,602 square yards granite block changed to wood block. 

0.06 mile or 1,540 square yards granite block changed to brick. 

0.30 mile or 3,535 square yards gi'anite block changed to bitulithic. 

0.02 mile or 247 square yards granite block changed to macadam. 

0.04 mile or 318 square yards granite block changed to not graded. 

0.00 mile or 41 square yards wood block changed to asphalt. 

0.05 mile or 1,667 square yards wood block changed to granite block. 

0.04 mile or 934 square yards plank on bridges changed to wood block. 

0.02 mile or 217 square yards plank on bridges changed to brick. 

0.01 mile or 93 square yards plank on bridges changed to macadam. 

0.09 mile or 2,300 square yards bitulithic changed to wood block. 

0.10 mile or 1,152 square yards macadam changed to asphalt. 

0.88 mile or 23,478 square yards macadam changed to granite block. 

0.04 mile or 2,891 square yards macadam changed to wood block. 

2.40 mile or 40,886 square yards macadam changed to bitulithic. 

0.03 mile or 231 square yards gravel changed to granite block. 

0.09 mile or 758 square yards gravel changed to bituhthic. 

5.17 mile or 80,249 square yards gravel changed to macadam. 

0.00 mile or 40 square yards not graded changed to wood block. 

0.04 mile or 5,044 square yards not graded changed to bituhthic. 

0.43 mile or 21,332 square yards not graded changed to macadam. 

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missioners during the year show: 

Asphalt increased 0.26 mile or 4,445 square yards. 
Granite blocks decreased 0.04 mile or 1,683 square yards. 
Wood block decreased 0.08 mile or 1,996 square yards. 
Plank on bridges decreased 0.04 mile or 786 square yards. 
Brick increased 0.00 mile or 221 square yards. 
Bitulithic increased 0.22 mile or 3,402 square yards. 
Macadam increased 1.16 mile or 18,006 square yards. 
Gravel increased 9.47 mile or 143,604 square yards. 
Not graded increased 0.64 mile or 21,718 square yards. 

The widening of Boylston street by the Boston Transit 
Commission, under chapter 810, Acts of 1913, shows: 

Granite block decreased 0.01 mile or increased 2,871 square yards. 

Corrections on account of revision and other causes 
show: 

Asphalt decreased 0.15 mile or increased 1,668 square yards. 

Granite block increased 0.24 mile or decreased 954 square yards. 

Wood block increased 0.11 mile or decreased 1,814 square yards. 

Plank on bridges decreased 0.08 mile or 946 square yards. 

Brick increased 0.00 mile or 14 square yards. 

Cobble decreased 0.00 mile or 51 square yards. 

Bitulithic decreased 0.02 mile or increased 368 square yards. 

Macadam increased 0.67 mile or 10,363 square yards. 

Gravel decreased 0.63 mile or 10,008 square yards. 

Not graded decreased 0.01 mile or 1,212 square yards. 



66 



City Document No. 26. 



List of Personal Property of the Public Works Depart- 
ment ON Hand February 1, 1915, and Estimated Value 
OF Same, Allowing for Depreciation. 



Central Office. 



1 automobile 

Robes .... 

Supplies for automobile 



Bridge Service. 



6 horses 

5 wagons . 

6 buggies . 
6 harnesses 

14 blankets 

3 robes 

2 automobiles 

1 auto truck 
Supphes, tools and machinery 



Feiry Service. 

7 ferryboats 

Supplies, tools and machinery 



$400 00 
20 00 
40 00 

$460 00 



$1,800 00 

360 00 

210 00 

100 00 

10 00 

15 00 

2,000 00 

1,800 00 

8,600 00 

$14,895 00 



$251,624 23 
17,725 75 



Lighting Service, 
10,295 lamp-posts 

295 inverted gas lamps 
45 automatic lighters 
246 post extensions 
300 lamp brackets 
1 lot lamp accessories 
1 automobile and supplies 
1 robe .... 



,349 98 



$102,950 00 
885 00 
450 00 
1,230 00 
300 00 
100 00 
700 00 
10 00 



$106,625 00 



Public Works Department. 



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Paving Service. 

249 harnesses . 
4 automobiles 
255 blankets 

34 buggies 

11 pungs 
7 sleighs 

14 jiggers 
24 wagons 

2 horse sweepers 

2 road scrapers 
14 street watering carts 
92 dump carts, 23 double and 69 single 
114 horses 

35 snow levels 
20 section rollers 

12 steam rollers 
34 desks 

1,676 picks . 

1,575 shovels 

Supplies, tools, machinery, surveying instruments, 

engineers' supplies, etc 



$4,000 00 

1,800 00 

250 00 

1,000 00 

200 00 

140 00 

500 00 

1,400 00 

240 00 

1,500 00 

2,100 00 

9,500 00 

37,100 00 

7,000 00 

2,000 00 

20,000 00 

290 00 

835 00 

738 00 

50,000 00 





$140,593 00 


Sanitary Service. 




1 automobile 


$800 00 


3 auto trucks 


9,000 00 


175 horse blankets 


175 00 


20 buggies 


500 00 


227 carts, 97 paper and 130 ash 


22,700 00 


224 harnesses, 212 single and 12 double 


5,600 00 


278 shovels 


150 00 


225 horses 


67,500 00 


117 wagons, 91 paper and 26 ash . 


11,700 00 


15 desks 


300 00 


11 sleighs 


100 00 


109 pungs, 101 single and 8 double 


2,100 00 


Supplies, tools, machinery, etc. 


35,000 00 


2 scows 


2,500 00 




$158,125 00 



68 



City Document No. 26. 



Street Cleaning and Oiling Service. 




4 automobiles 




S4,800 00 


135 carts .... 










13,900 00 


22 buggies 










575 00 


27 street watering carts . 










2,700 00 


11 wagons 










900 00 


216 harnesses 










5,000 00 


180 horses .... 










54,000 00 


32 street sweeping machines 










6,400 00 


10 flushing machines 










3,500 00 


124 push carts . 










1,240 00 


910 street sweeping brooms 










300 00 


652 shovels 










325 00 


572 picks .... 










572 00 


32 snow ploughs and 18 road machines 




10,000 00 


Supplies, tools machinery, etc. 




10,000 00 




$114,212 00 


Sewer Service. 






581 picks 




$300 00 


5 automobiles 












3,125 00 


31 horses . 












11,375 00 


21 wagons 














990 00 


20 buggies 














500 00 


18 carts 














2,000 00 


59 harnesses 














1,050 00 


79 blankets 














64 00 


8 sleighs . 














75 00 


485 shovels 














270 00 


72 pails 














35 00 


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450,000 00 
$469,784 00 


Water Service. 






11 automobiles 




$8,000 00 


49 horses 














15,925 00 


39 wagons . 














2,145 00 


11 buggies . 














220 00 


3 sleighs . 














50 00 


11 pungs 














110 00 


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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 

Number of men called 

Number of men certified .... 
Number of men appointed .... 
Provisional appointments made permanent 

Promotions allowed 

Reinstatements allowed .... 
Reinstatements not allowed 
Number of men resigned .... 
Number of men discharged .... 

Number of men died 

Number of Civil War veterans retired 
Number of laborers retired .... 
Number of transfers to other departments 
Number of transfers from other departments 
Number of Civil War veterans retired, died 
Number of laborers retired, died 



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220 

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27 

13 

12 

28 



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now 3,237 persons eligible for employment in the several 
divisions and of that number 3,122 were upon the Jan- 
uary, 1915, pay rolls. 

* Twenty-eight of these men were on the eligible list Februarj' 1, 1914. 



Public Works Department. 



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187 


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570 


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450 


498 


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Februarj' 1, 1914. 
February 1, 1915. 



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188 


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558 


534 


515 


519 


52 


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592 


394 


478 


514 



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3,237 



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2 


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22 


32 
11 
13 


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48 


1 
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3 


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558 
515 


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592 

478 


120 
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7 


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4 
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20 




60 


16 


3 


5 


Street Cleaning 




9 


12 
27 


4 

4 


3 
6 


138 
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7 
7 


534 

519 




394 

514 


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9 


3 


11 


Water 


29 


85 


96 


30 


27 


279 


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3,237 


279 


13 


11 


113 









* 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 .... 



328 
144 
293 



Report of Chief Veterinarian. 

Horses died 

Horses condemned and killed .... 
Horses sold at public auction .... 

Total 

Horses bought . 



16 
35 
11 



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61 



88 City Document No. 26. 



CONTRACTS WITH THE BOSTON CONSOLI- 
DATED GAS COMPANY FOR LIGHTING 
WITH GAS A PORTION OF THE PUBLIC 
STREETS, ETC., MADE BY THE COMMIS- 
SIONER OF PUBLIC WORKS AND AP- 
PROVED BY THE CITY COUNCIL AND BY 
THE MAYOR IN THE YEAR 1914. 



This Agreement executed this March 19, 1914, by 
and between the City of Boston, hereinafter referred to 
as the ''city," acting through the Commissioner of 
Pubhc Works, party of the first part, and Boston Con- 
solidated Gas Company, hereinafter referred to as the 
''contractor," party of the second part: 

Witnesseth: That said parties each in consideration 
of the agreements and promises of the other do hereby 
agree that the contractor shall do the work of lighting 
with gas lamps certain streets, parks, alleys and public 
places for the city in accordance with specifications and 
upon terms and conditions as follows: 

1. Work to he Done. — The work to be done shall 
consist of supplying all materials, labor and equipment 
necessary and required (except the gas and gas posts) 
to light with single or double burner gas incandescent 
mantle lamps, as per sample submitted, such streets, 
parks, alleys and public places in the City of Boston, 
except the Charlestown and Hyde Park districts, on 
mains now existing or as they may be hereafter ex- 
tended, as may from time to time be designated by the 
city during the continuance of this contract, for a 
period of ten years from April 1, 1914. 

2. Plant to be Furnished by Contractor. — The con- 
tractor must furnish the plant to do the work, except 
the gas posts, and is required within five months from 
date of execution of contract to furnish and erect and 
put in service, at its own cost, to the satisfaction of 
the city, all lanterns, burners and other appurtenances, 
contrivances and fixtures which are necessary to oper- 
ate and maintain the said lamps, and thereupon the 
contractor shall forthwith proceed to do the lighting. 



Public Works Department. 89 

The necessary equipment shall be placed upon such 
gas posts as may be furnished and from time to time 
indicated by the city. Said plant and all appurtenances 
so furnished by the contractor, except gas posts fur- 
nished by the city, shall remain its property and must be 
removed by it at the expiration of the contract at its 
own expense. 

If, in the opinion of the city, the contractor does 
not exercise due diligence in the erection of said plant, 
or if the materials furnished therefor are not in accord- 
ance with sample submitted, the city may give the con- 
tractor notice in writing of such dereliction and then if 
the contractor fails within thirty days thereafter to 
obey any proper order of the city in connection with 
the work of erecting and furnishing the plant, the said 
commissioner, with the consent in writing of the Mayor, 
may declare the contract forfeited. 

3. Lamp-posts.- — The posts on which the contractor 
is to place and operate its lanterns will be furnished 
by the city to the contractor free of expense. They 
shall be set and connected by the contractor in locations 
designated by the Commissioner of Public Works, 
shall be neatly painted such color as the city may desig- 
nate, and shall be repainted from time to time whenever, 
in the opinion of the city, it shall be deemed necessary, 
and shall be kept in good repair and plumb by the 
contractor. The posts must be kept free from dirt and 
must not be used for advertising purposes. 

The contractor must furnish crossarms and all fittings 
above the top of posts, as at present installed, on such 
posts as the city may designate. 

It is understood that the service pipes now in use 
are to be furnished by the city in their present con- 
dition, and that breakage and leaks in said service 
pipes are to be repaired at the expense of the contractor. 

4. Lanterns. — The lanterns or equivalents must 
be of the form best adapted to the character and loca- 
tion of the lamp contracted for, and identical in con- 
struction with the sample lantern submitted. They 
must be so constructed that the lamps therein will be 
protected against insects and wind and weather. The 
height of the flame above the street level shall not be 
less than the average height for the same type of lamp 
now installed in the city. 

5. Burners and Mantles. — The burners to be used 
must be first-class in material and workmanship, furnish- 



90 City Document No. 26. 

ing at all times when in service a steady, clear white 
light, free from smoke, and of the required candle power. 
All broken, smoked, blackened, ragged or frayed mantles 
must be at once replaced with new mantles by the 
contractor. 

If the lamps shall not give continuously the required 
candle power they must be replaced by the contractor 
with others satisfactory to the city. 

6. Time of Lighting. — All lamps must be lighted 
and extinguished in accordance with a schedule to be 
furnished by the city, said schedule not to exceed 4,000 
burning hours per lamp per year. All lamps must be 
lighted within one hour from the time fixed in the 
schedule as the time for beginning, and must be extin- 
guished within one hour from the time fixed in the 
schedule as the time for beginning to extinguish. 

In order that the city may determine whether the 
lamps are lighted and extinguished in accordance with 
the official schedule hereinbefore mentioned, the con- 
tractor shall furnish the said official with maps or lists 
showing the number and geographical location of each 
lamp in the district of each lamplighter, and designating 
the particular lamp at which each lamplighter com- 
mences to light and also the lamp at which he completes 
the lighting; and in extinguishing the lamps the lamp- 
lighter shall begin and finish at the same lamps as are 
designated for beginning and finishing points in any 
lamp district during the term of contract; or such other 
information as will show the city the time of lighting 
and extinguishing all of said lamps. 

The lamplighter and other employees of the contractor 
will not be permitted to climb the lamp-posts for the 
purpose of lighting the lamps or for any other purpose, 
except by use of a ladder. 

7. Candle Power. — The lamps shall be maintained 
when in service at not less than sixty (60) horizontal 
candle power for single-burner lamps and one hundred 
(100) horizontal candle power for double-burner lamps. 

The city may at any time, by written notice, require 
the contractor to employ a competent and disinterested 
person connected with either the Massachusetts Institute 
of Technology or the Scientific Department of Harvard 
University, or such other person acceptable to both 
parties, to examine and test by standard laboratory 
methods, under conditions which duplicate as nearly 
as possible the lamps as they burn on the streets, the 



Public Works Department. 91 

apparatus employed in furnishing the lighting service 
herein provided for, to ascertain whether or not the 
contractor is complying with the terms of this agreement, 
and for such purpose such person may have access at all 
reasonable times to the lamps, fixtures and other 
apparatus of the contractor used in carrying out this 
agreement. In case two tests of any lamp shall be made, 
separated by an interval of not less than one hour 
during any one night, and both of said tests shall prove 
that the contractor is not furnishing the light required 
by this agreement, then such lamp shall be deemed to be 
deficient, and a deduction shall be made from the 
charge in respect to such lamp as herein provided. 
If such tests show that the contractor is not furnishing 
the light required by this agreement, the contractor 
shall pay the expense of the examination and test 
provided for herein; otherwise the city shall pay such 
expense. 

For each lamp which shall be shown by the tests 
above specified to furnish less than 60 candle power 
for single-burner lamps and 100 candle power for 
double-burner lamps, but more than 30 candle power 
for single-burner lamps and 50 candle power for double- 
burner lamps, a sum equal to 3I5- of the yearly con- 
tract price for such lamp for each night in which such 
deficiency occurs shall be deducted from the amounts 
due to the contractor. For each lamp found to give 
less than 30 candle power for single-burner lamps 
and 50 candle power for double-burner lamps, a sum 
equal to g^fy of the yearly contract price for such lamp 
for each night on which such deficiency occurs shall 
be deducted from the amounts due the contractor. 
For each lamp reported out by the Police Department 
at its respective police stations or by the officials of 
the Public Works Department, a sum equal to yfp of 
the yearly contract price for such lamp for each night 
such failure occurs shall similarly be deducted from the 
amounts due the contractor. Such reports shall be 
made daily in writing, open to the contractor, and shall 
be regarded as final and binding upon the contractor 
except for errors proven or admitted. 

The standard of candle power to be employed shall 
be the recognized international candle. 

8. Repairs and Maintenance. — The contractor must 
at its own expense keep the entire plant in good repair 
and maintain same to the satisfaction of the city. 



92 City Document No. 26. 

Upon failure of the contractor to promptly make any 
and all necessary repairs (including repainting of 
lanterns and posts) the city may cause same to be done 
and deduct the cost thereof from any amounts that may 
become due to the contractor. All glass must be cleaned 
at least once a week, and oftener if necessary to do so, 
in order not to retard or diminish the candle power of 
the lamps. All broken or displaced glass, and all 
broken or defective mantles, and all broken and defec- 
tive gas posts — posts to be furnished by the city — 
must be replaced forthwith, and all street lamps, where 
required, must be so constructed that the present signs 
and house numbers may be attached, or the contractor 
shall furnish street signs and house numbers at its own 
expense suitable to the lamp furnished by it and to the 
satisfaction of the Commissioner of Public Works. 
The street signs shall, after each cleaning, be replaced, 
facing the proper street. All broken or displaced glass- 
ware shall be forthwith removed from the street by the 
contractor. 

The contractor shall report, in writing, at the office 
of the official in charge of street lighting, on Thursday 
of each week, the number of each kind of lamps lighted 
on each of the preceding seven nights, and on the tenth 
day of each month, the number of each kind lighted, 
as aforesaid, on each night subsequent to the last 
report, stating in each report the name of each person 
lighting the lamps and the locations of any and all 
lamps added to or removed from the district of each 
lamplighter, and is to notify said official in writing of 
any damage to or repair needed to the posts or service 
pipes. 

9. Removal of Lamps. — Whenever ordered to do so 
by the city, the contractor must change the location of 
lamps and gas posts, weather permitting, from one 
place to another at its own cost and expense. 

10. New Lamps. — The city may from time to time 
order the erection and maintenance of new or additional 
lamps and gas posts — posts to be furnished by the city 
— at such locations on mains now existing or as they 
may be hereafter extended, as it may deem proper, and 
it shall be the duty of the contractor, at its own cost and 
expense, to set and connect such posts and to place upon 
such posts such additional lamps and maintain the same 
in all respects as called for in these specifications. All 
additional lamps ordered shall be put in service within 



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Public Works Department. 93 

ten days after they are ordered, and the posts set and 
connected, and notice that the same are in service shall 
be given by the contractor to the city. 

11. Discontinuance of Lamps. — The city shall have 
the right to increase or diminish the number of lamps 
furnished under the contract, but it is understood that 
the total number of lamps to be furnished under the 
contract shall not at any time be less than 95 per cent 
of the number of lamps in service at the time of approval 
of this contract by the Mayor, plus any subsequent 
installations ordered by the city. When orders to dis- 
continue lamps are given, in accordance with the above, 
the contractor must put them out of service within three 
days and notify the city in writing; payment for the 
same shall cease on such discontinuance, and when the 
contractor removes a lantern without substituting 
another therefor, he shall properly plug the service pipe 
so that the gas will not escape therefrom. 

12. Extension of Contract. — The city may, at its 
option, to be signified in writing not later than Jan. 1st, 
1924, extend the term herein designated for the continu- 
ance of the contract for a period not exceeding six 
months, so that there may be no interruption of service in 
case the city enters into a new contract involving other 
parties or different equipment or both. For this pur- 
pose the city may call upon the contractor at any time 
within the extended period to discontinue the lighting 
of the entire area covered by its operations or of such 
parts thereof as the city may from time to time deter- 
mine; provided, however, that such parts shall be so 
arranged that no fraction of any established lamp- 
lighter's route shall require lighting for a longer period 
than two nights, and that not less than two weeks' notice 
shall be given the contractor in regard to each such part. 

The contractor shall promptly remove its equip- 
ment from all posts on which lighting has been dis- 
continued, and cooperate with the city in recording 
the dates on which lighting ceased. 

13. Payments. — A payment for the work performed 
under this contract shall be made by the city monthly, 
in the same manner as other city work is paid for, at 
the rates specified in this agreement and subject to 
appropriations. 

For all services and materials whatsoever which it is 
required to render under this contract the contractor 
shall receive and shall accept as full compensation 



94 City Document No. 26. 

payment at the rate of $12.00 per lamp per year for 
single-burner lamps and $15 per lamp per year for 
double-burner lamps. 

14. Arbitration. — At any time during the contin- 
uance of this agreement, if the Commissioner of Public 
Works is of the opinion that a material reduction has 
been made in the cost of lighting and extinguishing 
lamps or of furnishing to the city the service herein 
provided for, he may demand an investigation as to 
such reduction in cost. Such investigation shall be 
made by three experts, one to be chosen by each party 
and the third by the two so chosen. 

If the experts find that for a period of one year prior 
to the investigation the cost of lighting and extinguish- 
ing or of furnishing the service, including interest, 
depreciation and all other proper charges, is less than 
for the first year of this agreement by an amount exceed- 
ing one dollar ($1) per lamp per year, then the price 
shall be reduced by one-half such saving in cost. If the 
amount of the saving is less than one dollar ($1) per 
lamp per year, no reduction shall be made. 

The city shall pay the cost of the investigation, and 
the decision of the experts or of a majority of the experts 
shall be final and conclusive on both parties. 

15. Miscellaneous. — The contractor shall give pref- 
erence in employment, first, to citizens of Massachusetts, 
second, to other citizens of the United States, and shall 
allow all employees on said work to lodge, board and 
trade where they choose, and shall not obstruct any 
other person in doing work for the city; and shall con- 
form to all the labor laws of the Commonwealth ; and no 
laborer, workman or mechanic working within this 
Commonwealth in the employ of the contractor, sub- 
contractor or other person doing or contracting to do 
the whole or a part of the work contemplated by the 
contractor shall be requested or required to work more 
than eight hours in any one calendar day. This con- 
tract is made subject to all the laws of the Common- 
wealth, and if any clause thereof does not conform to 
such laws such clause shall be void and such law opera- 
tive in lieu thereof. 

The contractor hereby agrees to indemnify and save 
the city harmless from and against any and all claims 
and demands for damages, costs and expenses for or on 
account of injuries to persons or property arising from 



Public Works Department. 95 

the erection, construction, maintenance and use of 
lamps, and all other plant, or growing out of the work 
to be done under this contract, and further agrees to hold 
the city harmless from any patent litigation caused by 
the contractor's infringement or alleged infringement of 
patents, and to pay all costs, expenses and fees in con- 
nection with same. 

In witness whereof the City of Boston has caused 
this agreement to be executed in its name and behalf 
by its Commissioner of Public Works, and the Boston 
Consolidated Gas Company has caused this agreement 
to be executed in its name and behalf by E. N. Wright- 
ington, its second vice president, thereunto duly 
authorized. 

City of Boston, 

By L. K. RouRKE, 

Commissioner of Public Works. 

Boston Consolidated Gas Company, 

By Edgar N. Wrightington, 

Second Vice President. 

After a public hearing, of which seven days' notice 
was given in the City Record, held by the City Council 
on April 22, 1914, it was voted by the City Council, on 
June 11, 1914, to approve the foregoing contract. 

Attest: James Donovan, City Clerk. 

Contract and vote approved June 12, 1914. 

James M. Curley, Mayor. 
A true copy. 
Attest : 

James Donovan, City Clerk. 



Bond. 



The undersigned surety company hereby binds itself, 
its successors and assigns, to pay to the City of Boston 
the sum of seventeen thousand dollars ($17,000). 

This obligation is upon the condition that if the 
party to the contract hereto annexed, other than the 
city, shall faithfully furnish and do everything therein 
required of the party on his part to be kept and per- 
formed, and shall also pay for all labor performed or 



96 City Document No. 26. 

furnished, and for all materials used in the carrying 
out of said contract, then this obligation shall become 
and be null and void; otherwise it shall be and remain 
in full force and virtue. 

Signed, sealed and delivered this June 15, 1914. 

Corporation is of the State of New York. 

President is Wm. B. Joyce. 

Assistant treasurer is Arthur P. West. 

Place of business in Boston is 108 Water street. 

National Surety Company, 
By C. Oliver Loud, 

Resident Vice President. 

[CORPORATE 1 Attest: Edwin P. Fitzgerald, 
SEAL J Resident Assistant Secretary. 



This Agreement executed this March 19, 1914, by 
and between the City of Boston (hereinafter referred 
to as the "City"), acting through the Commissioner 
of Public Works, party of the first part, and the Boston 
Consolidated Gas Company (hereinafter referred to as 
the ''Company"), party of the second part: 

Witnesseth: That said parties each in consideration 
of the agreements and promises of the other do hereby 
agree that the city shall purchase from the company 
and that the company shall sell to the city illuminating 
gas for the lighting of gas lamps in certain streets, 
parks, alleys and public places upon terms and condi- 
tions as follows: 

1. The company agrees to furnish to the city 
delivered at the lamp-posts connecting with the mains 
of the company all the illuminating gas required for 
lighting with single and double burner gas incandescent 
mantle lamps such streets, parks, alleys and public 
places as may from time to time be designated by the 
city during the continuance of this contract. 

2. The city agrees to pay for the gas so furnished 
by the company at the rate of nine dollars ($9.00) per 
lamp per year for single-burner 60 candle power lamps, 
and eighteen dollars ($18.00) per lamp per year for 
double-burner 100 candle power lamps. 

It is understood that the hours of lighting will not 
exceed 4,000 hours per year. 

The number of lamps for which gas is furnished 
by the company for any year or portion thereof shall 



Public Works Department. 97 

be determined by the company and the official of the 
city in charge of street hghting. The payments due 
under this contract shall be made to the company in 
monthly instalments on or before the tenth of each 
month beginning in the second month of the period of 
the contract. 

3. The company agrees that if, after the execution 
and before the expiration of this contract, it shall at 
any time reduce the maximum price of gas charged by 
it to its regular consumers to a price less than eighty (80) 
cents per thousand cubic feet, it will make to the city 
a rebate from the price of gas specified above at the 
rate of twelve (12) cents per lamp per year for each 
one (1) cent by which such price is so reduced below 
eighty (80) cents per thousand cubic feet for any period 
during which any such reduction is in effect. 

4. This contract shall be in force for a period of ten 
(10) years beginning on April 1, 1914, and terminating 
on March 31, 1924. 

In Witness Whereof the City of Boston has caused 
this agreement to be executed in its name and behalf 
by its Commissioner of Public Works and the Boston 
Consolidated Gas Company has caused this agreement 
to be executed in its name and behalf by E. N. 
Wrightington, its second vice president, thereunto duly 
authorized. 

City of Boston, 

By L. K. RouEKE, 

Commissioner of Public Works. 

Boston Consolidated Gas Company, 
By Edgar N. Wrightington, 

Second Vice President. 

After a public hearing, of which seven days' notice 
was given in the City Record, held by the City Council 
on April 22, 1914, it was voted by the City Council, on 
June 11, 1914, to approve the foregoing contract. 

Attest: James Donovan, City Clerk. 

Contract and vote approved June 12, 1914. 

James M. Curley, Mayor. 
A true copy. 
Attest : 

James Donovan, City Clerk, 



98 City Document No. 26. 



Bond. 

The undersigned surety company hereby binds itself, 
its successors and assigns, to pay to the City of Boston 
the sum of eight thousand dollars (S8,000). 

This obligation is upon the condition that if the 
party to the contract hereto annexed, other than the 
city, shall faithfully furnish and do everything therein 
required of the party on his part to be kept and per- 
formed, and shall also pay for all labor performed or 
furnished, and for all materials used in the carrying 
out of said contract, then this obligation shall become 
and be null and void; otherwise it shall be and remain 
in full force and virtue. 

Signed, sealed and delivered this June 15, 1914. 

Corporation is of the State of New York. 

President is William B. Joyce. 

Assistant Treasurer is Arthur P. West. 

Place of business in Boston is 108 Water street. 

National Surety Company, 
By C. Oliver Loud, 

Resident Vice President. 



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SEAL J 



Attest: Edwin P. Fitzgerald, 

Resident Assistant Secretary. 



Agreement Submitted by The Boston Consoli- 
dated Gas Company and placed on file by 
THE City Council June 11, 1914. 

Boston, Mass., June 10, 1914. 
In consideration of the execution of the two contracts 
dated March 19, 1914, for the supply of gas for street 
lighting purposes and for the maintenance of street 
lamps, the Boston Consolidated Gas Company hereby 
agrees that said contracts may be terminated on April 1, 
1919, by the City of Boston in pursuance of a vote of 
the City Council approved by the Mayor after a public 
hearing held as provided in section 6 of chapter 486 of 
the Acts of 1909, provided written notice of such vote 
to terminate is given by the Mayor of Boston to the 
Boston Consolidated Gas Company any time between 



Public Works Department. 99 

March 1, 1918, and July 1, 1918; otherwise said con- 
tracts shall continue in full force and effect for the full 
term provided therein. 

Boston Consolidated Gas Company, 

By J. L. Richards, President. 
A true copy. 
Attest : 

James Donovan, City Clerk. 



100 City Document No. 26. 



CONTRACT WITH THE EDISON ELECTRIC 
ILLUMINATING COMPANY OF BOSTON 
FOR LIGHTING WITH ELECTRICITY A 
PORTION OF THE PUBLIC STREETS, ETC., 
MADE BY THE COMMISSIONER OF PUB- 
LIC WORKS AND APPROVED BY THE CITY 
COUNCIL AND BY THE MAYOR IN THE 
YEAR 1914. 



Agkeement for Electric Street Lighting 
Service. 

The City of Boston, through its duly authorized 
representative, hereby apphes to The Edison Electric 
Illuminating Company of Boston for all its Electric 
Street Lighting Service for a period of ten years, the 
service to be rendered by said Company pursuant 
hereto and subject to the Street Lighting Terms and 
Conditions, printed herewith, all things to be furnished 
or done to the reasonable satisfaction of the Commis- 
sioner of Public Works. 

Location of Lamps. 
As now installed in the City of Boston, or as here- 
after ordered in by the proper authority. 

Description of District Supplied. 
All parts of the City of Boston except Charlestown, 
and including Charlestown, if and when said Company 
shall, during the continuance of this Agreement, pur- 
chase the electric distributing system located therein, 
at which time the public lamps then installed in said 
Charlestown shall be added to the number of lamps 
then installed under this Agreement and shall come 
under the operation of this Agreement. 

Description of Service. 
40 candle power Inc. lamp; 60 candle power Inc. 
lamp; 80 candle power Inc. lamp; 100 candle power 
Inc. lamp; 200 candle power Inc. lamp; 320 candle 



Public Works Department. 101 

power Inc. lamp; 400 candle power Inc. lamp; 425 watt 
A. C. Arc lamp; 800 candle power Magnetite 500 watt 
D. C. Arc Lamp; 1,600 candle power Thoran 500 watt 
D. C. Arc lamp. 

Candle power of incandescent lamps is measured in 
terms of mean horizontal values and that of arc lamps 
in terms of mean lower hemispherical values. 

And said Municipality agrees to be bound by the 
Street Lighting Terms and Conditions of the Com- 
pany, printed herewith, and to pay the prices called for 
in the Company's Schedule E, printed herewith, or the 
prices substituted therefor by the Board of Gas and 
Electric Light Commissioners or said prices as they 
may be hereafter changed by agreement or arbitration 
as hereinafter provided, during the term of this Agree- 
ment. 

Unless either party has at least sixty days before 
the end of the ten-year period provided herein notified 
the other in writing of its election to terminate this 
Agreement at the end of the tenth year this Agreement 
shall continue in full force and effect until sixty days 
after written notice of election to terminate has been 
given by either party. 

This Agreement shall take effect upon the date of its 
approval by the Mayor and City Council, as provided 
by law, is subject to appropriations for street lighting, 
and is in substitution for and in termination of all 
existing agreements for street lighting between the 
parties. 

City of Boston, 
By 

Louis K. Rourke, 
Commissioner of Public Works. 

November 23, 1914. 

The foregoing application is hereby accepted upon 
the terms and for the period above specified. 

The Edison Electric Illuminating Company 
of Boston, 

By Charles L. Edgar, 

President. 
Nov. 16, 1914. 

After a public hearing held by the City Council on 
December 1, 1914, of which seven days' notice was given 



102 



City Document No. 26. 



in the City Record, it was voted by the City Council, 
on December 7, 1914, to approve the foregoing contract. 



Attest : 



James Donovan, City Clerk. 



Contract and vote approved December 7, 1914. 

James M. Curley, Mayor. 
A true copy. 
Attest : 

James Donovan, City Clerk. 



Street Lighting Rates — Schedule E. 

Electricity for street lighting use will be sold to 

Municipalities under the Street Lighting Terms and 

Conditions printed herewith, in accordance with the 
following table: 



Description of Lamp. 



Fixed Costs 
per Lamp 
per Year. 



Running 

Costs per 

Lamp Hour 



40 candle power Inc lamp 

60 candle power Inc. lamp 

80 candle power Inc. lamp 

100 candle power Inc. lamp 

200 candle power Inc. lamp 

320 candle power Inc. lamp 

400 candle power Inc. lamp 

425 watt A. C. Arc lamp 

800 candle power Magnetite 500 watt D. C. Arc lamp 
1,600 candle power Thoran 500 watt D. C. Arc lamp. .. , 



$10 80 
12 00 
14 00 
18 00 
25 00 
36 00 
42 00 
36 00 
36 00 
42 00 



i^o"?? cent 

I'is cent 

lij cent 

jij cent 

1 cent 

lis cents 

li^o cents 

lio cents 

lio cents 

Z'fo cents 



All readings of candle power and watts to be average 
and not individual. 

First Deduction. — A rate of Ic. per hour for lamps of 
100 candle power or less and 5c. per hour for all other 
lamps will be allowed for all outages in any month, 
provided written notice of same is received by the 
Company on or before the fifth of the succeeding 
month. 

Second Deduction. — When agreements are made for 
periods longer than one year, a discount of one per cent 
per year will be allowed for each year up to ten. 



Public Works Department. 103 

Street Lighting Terms and Conditions. 

The foregoing Agreement is subject to the following 
Terms and Conditions: 

1. The lamps, poles, wires, fixtures and other 
apparatus, appliances and materials necessary for the 
performance of this Agreement, except posts for incan- 
descent lamps supplied from underground circuits, shall 
be furnished by the Company and kept in good order 
and condition by it. The lamps shall give a clear and 
steady light. The Company shall furnish electrodes 
(carbons) for and trim all arc lamps, and will renew 
incandescent lamps whenever they become dim, broken 
or burned out. 

2. Payments hereunder shall be made monthly on 
the regular pay day of the Municipality. 

3. The parties to this Agreement shall forthwith 
upon its approval, jointly request the Board of Gas and 
Electric Light Commissioners, in writing, to investigate 
and decide whether the prices named in Schedule E 
herein are, as a whole, fair, taking into account the 
length of the term, the discount, and all other matters 
pertinent to such question. If, as a result of the investi- 
gation, the Board shall determine that a fair price for 
the entire service supplied to the Municipality is less 
than the total amounts to be paid according to Schedule 
E, one or more of the rates charged according to Schedule 
E may be reduced by the Board in such manner that 
the reduced rate or rates shall not be unfair and that 
the total payments by the Municipality shall not be 
less than the fair price for the entire service as deter- 
mined by the Board. If rates are reduced in the manner 
herein provided such reduced rates shall be substituted 
from the beginning of the agreement for the correspond- 
ing rates named in Schedule E. 

At the end of five years from the date when this 
Agreement becomes effective both parties shall forth- 
with jointly request the Board to investigate the fairness 
of the prices named in Schedule E as they may have 
been fixed by the first investigation of said Board or as 
they may have been reduced under the provisions of 
Article 4 of this Agreement, and determine whether or 
not they are as a whole still fair taking into account 
the matters mentioned in the preceding paragraph and 
all other matters pertinent to such question. If the 
Board shall determine as a result of this second investi- 



104 City Document No. 26. 

gation that the total payments to the Company accord- 
ing to the prices named in Schedule E as they may 
have been fixed by the Board as the result of its first 
investigation or as they may have been reduced as afore- 
said should be increased or decreased, it shall fix the 
prices in accordance with such determination, and they 
shall be applicable from the beginning of the sixth 
year of the Agreement. The prices fixed by the Board 
in the first or second investigation shall be subject to 
reduction as hereinafter provided in Article 4 of this 
Agreement. 

4. The Company will give the Municipality the 
benefit of any lower prices for service such as that 
herein provided for, or of any better quality or efficiency 
of service, which may at any time during the continuance 
of this Agreement be enjoyed by any municipality 
served by it, such relative prices, quality and efficiency 
to be determined by taking into consideration all the 
circumstances and conditions in both cases. Upon 
written demand by the Municipality at any time or 
times during the term of this Agreement the Company 
shall thereafter give to the Municipality the benefit of 
three-fourths of any general reduction in the present cost 
to the Company, including depreciation and interest 
on investment, of supplying the service called for by 
this Agreement, but only so long as and to the extent 
that such decreased cost shall continue. If at any 
time during the continuance of this Agreement the 
Company and the Municipality shall disagree upon 
any matter embraced in this paragraph, it shall be 
referred to the arbitration of three disinterested persons, 
selected one by the Municipality, one by the Company, 
and the third by the other two; every decision of a 
majority of the arbitrators shall be binding upon the 
parties unless a court of the Commonwealth of Massa- 
chusetts of competent jurisdiction shall determine that it 
amounts to a taking of the property of the Company 
without due process of law. Each party shall pay for 
the services of its own arbitrator and shall divide equally 
the expense and compensation of the third. 

The Company, upon demand of the Commissioner of 
Public Works, shall once in each year of the term of the 
Agreement furnish a statement of the cost to the Com- 
pany, including depreciation and interest on invest- 
ment, of supplying the service called for in this Agree- 



Public Works Department. 105 

ment, the statement to be in such form and in such 
detail as the Commissioner of Public Works shall 
require. 

5. The Company shall indemnify and save harmless 
the Municipality against any and all claims for damages, 
loss, cost and expense on account of injury to persons or 
property arising in any way out of the erection, con- 
struction, maintenance or use of any of the lamps, poles, 
wires, fixtures and other apparatus and appliances fur- 
nished by the Company, hereunder, except where such 
injury is the result, in whole or in part, of the fault or 
neglect of the Municipality, its officers, servants or 
agents, while acting as agents of the Municipality; and 
against any and all claims for damages by reason of 
any alleged infringement of patent rights in the use of 
lamps, poles, wires, fixtures, machinery and other appa- 
ratus, appliances and material supplied by the Company 
hereunder; and will, at its own expense, assume the 
defence of all actions at law or in equity which may be 
brought against the Municipality upon any claims as 
aforesaid; and also against all decrees, judgments and 
orders of any court based thereon. 

6. The Municipahty may at all times, with or without 
the Company^ s knowledge, employ a competent person 
to examine and test the electrical currents and apparatus 
employed in furnishing the lighting service herein pro- 
vided for, to ascertain whether or not the Company is 
complying with the terms of this Agreement, and for 
such purpose the Company agrees that such person may 
have access at all reasonable times to said lamps, poles, 
wires, fixtures and other apparatus of the Company 
used in carrying out this Agreement. 

The Municipahty will indemnify and save harmless 
the Company against any and all claims for damages, 
loss, cost and expense on account of injury to persons 
or property arising in any way out of the employment, 
act or neglect of any such person, except such as may 
arise, in whole or in part, from the fault or neglect of 
the Company, its agents or servants, while acting as 
agents of the Company. 

In case two tests of any circuit or lamp shall be made, 
separated by an interval of not less than one hour, during 
any one night, and both of said tests shall prove that 
the Company is not furnishing the electrical energy or 
light required by this Agreement, then such circuit or 



106 City Document No. 26. 

such lamp shall be deemed to be outages as provided 
herein and the Company shall pay the cost of both of 
said tests. 

7. Such additional lamps shall be installed, without 
charge to the Municipality, as may be designated by 
the Municipality at any time before notice is given to 
terminate this Agreement, provided the Company shall 
not be required to extend its lines more than four 
hundred feet overhead, or in localities served by under- 
ground construction more than one hundred feet under- 
ground, to reach any lamp; but the Municipality may 
require extension of lines for additional lamps at any 
time during the term of this Agreement, by paying the 
cost of so much of the extension as exceeds that herein 
required to be made by the Company, such payments 
to apply as credits on future bills for lighting on such 
additional lines. Whenever requested by the Munic- 
ipality, the Company will change the location of any 
lamp at the expense of the Municipality, not exceed- 
ing, however, five dollars for each arc lamp and 
three dollars for each incandescent lamp so moved, 
unless an extension of lines or new lamp-posts are 
required. 

8. The discontinuance of any street or highway 
shall have the effect of discontinuing whatever lamps 
may have been located on such street or way. The 
Municipality may at any time discontinue a lamp or 
lamps for reasonable cause, but the number of lamps of 
any type in service at any time shall not, except as 
hereinbefore provided, be less than ninety-five per cent 
of the maximum number of such lamps in service under 
this Agreement at any time prior thereto. In case of 
such discontinuance the installation of any lamps at 
other locations shall be charged for the same as changes 
of locations under Article 7 hereof until the original 
number installed shall again have been reached. 

Lamps of any type may be substituted and resubsti- 
tuted for lamps of any other type if the Municipality 
pays the total net expense to the Company of making 
the changes (credit being allowed the Municipahty for 
the then market value of the property which is displaced) 
and if the candle power of the substituted lamps (com- 
parative candle power being measured in terms of 
mean lower hemispherical values of the lamps as they 
are equipped for actual use) is not substantially less than 



Public Works Department. 107 

that of those displaced. The fixed costs price of such 
substituted lamp shall be the same as that of the lamp 
displaced and the running costs price shall be determined 
by agreement between the Commissioner of Public 
Works and the Company, — both fixed and running 
costs prices being subject to subsequent reductions, as 
provided in Article 4. If the parties cannot agree on 
the amounts to be paid by the Municipality to the 
Company for making the changes and for the running 
costs price of the new lamp or for either item, arbitrators 
shall be chosen as provided in Article 4 with power to 
fix these amounts. 

When, however, standard incandescent lamps of 
candle power (measured as provided above) equal to the 
Magnetite lamps named in Schedule E have been so 
improved that they can without increase in watts be 
operated on the same kind of circuits as said Magnetite 
lamps, the Company will, if the maintenance cost to it 
is not increased, upon demand of the Municipality and 
without charge for making the change substitute such 
an incandescent lamp for any Magnetite lamp at the 
price provided herein or established by the Board of 
Gas and Electric Light Commissioners under the pro- 
visions of Article 3 for Magnetite lamps; or if under the 
provisions of Article 4 the Municipality is entitled to a 
reduction in price because of the decreased cost to the 
Company caused by the use of such incandescent lamps, 
then at such reduced price. 

9. The Company shall give preference in employ- 
ment, first, to citizens of Massachusetts, second, to 
other citizens of the United States; and shall allow all 
employees on said work to lodge, board and trade where 
they choose and shall not obstruct any other person in 
doing work for the Municipality; and shall conform 
to all the labor laws of the Commonwealth; and no 
laborer, workman or mechanic working within this 
Commonwealth in the employ of the Company, sub- 
contractor or other person doing or contracting to do 
the whole or a part of the work provided by this Agree- 
ment shall be requested or required to work more than 
eight hours in any one calendar day. This Agreement 
is made subject to all the laws of the Commonwealth, 
and if any clause thereof does not conform to such law 
such clause shall be void and such law operative in lieu 
thereof. 



108 City Document No. 26. 

10. Should the Municipality at any time find that 
the Company is not complying fully with the terms and 
requirements of this Agreement, the Municipality shall 
immediately notify the Company of such fact, and the 
Company shall at once remedy the fault, but failure to 
give such notice shall not impair any obligation of the 
Company. But the Company shall not be responsible 
for any failure to supply electricity if such failure is 
without default or neglect on its part. 

11. If the Municipality shall at any time during the 
continuance of this Agreement be required to purchase 
the whole or any part of the plant of the Company 
located within the limits of said Municipality, under 
the provisions of law then in force, the Municipahty 
shall not be holden for the unexpired term of this Agree- 
ment, nor shall this Agreement or the unexpired term 
thereof be in any way considered as an element of value 
in such purchase; provided, however, that in case of 
such purchase the Municipality sh^U not be entitled to 
the full discount provided for in this Agreement, unless 
it shall have been in operation for the full period thereof. 
If the Agreement shall not have been in operation for 
the full period thereof, because of such purchase, the 
accounts between the Municipality and the Company 
shall be adjusted so as to make the total net payments 
by the Municipality to the Company what they would 
have been if the Agreement had been made for the 
period during which it was actually in operation. 



Bond. 

The undersigned surety company hereby binds itself, 
its successors and assigns, to pay to the City of Boston 
the sum of one hundred thousand dollars ($100,000). 

This obligation is upon the condition that if the party 
to the contract hereto annexed, other than the city, 
shall well and truly keep and perform all the agreements, 
terms and conditions of said contract on his part to be 
kept and performed, and shall also pay for all labor 
performed or furnished and for all material used in the 
carrying out of said contract, then this obligation shall 
become and be null and void; otherwise it shall be and 
remain in full force and virtue. 



Public Works Department. 



109 



Signed, sealed, and delivered this sixteenth day of 
November, 1914. 

American Surety Company of New York, 
By Eliphalet F. Philbrick, 

[1 Resident Vice President. 

CORPORATE I 
SEAL J Attest: Fred L. Roberts, 

Resident Assistant Secretary. 

Corporation is of the State of New York. 

President is F. W. Lafrentz. 

Treasurer is Wm. A. Brandt. 

Place of business in Boston is 89 State street. 



Under authority of chapter 28, section 9, of the 
Revised Ordinances, the following schedule of prices for 
repairs to street surfaces has been adopted : 



Wood block . 
Asphalt and bitulithic . 
Brick . . . . 
Granite block on base . 
Granite block on gravel 
Hassam . 

Bituminous macadam 
Macadam 

Granolithic sidewalk 
Brick sidewalk 



$5 00 per 

*4 00 per 

4 00 per 

3 25 per 

65 per 

2 00 per 

1 00 per 

75 per 

25 per 

75 per 



square yard, 
square yard, 
square yard, 
square yard, 
square yard, 
square yard, 
square yard, 
square yard, 
square foot, 
square yard. 



Payment for excess opening must be paid at above 
rates before another permit can be obtained. 

Respectfully submitted, 

L. K. ROURKE, 

Commissioner of Public Works. 



*Cuts less than 4 yards, S15. 



PART 



APPENDICES. 



APPENDIX A. 



Appropriation 




$80,000 00 


Revenue, refund of salary of commissioner, 5 




per cent 




337 50 




$80,337 50 


Expenditures from February 1, 1914, 


to Januarj^ 




31, 1915 




74,592 01 

$5,745 49 


Transferred to City Treasury . 




$5,745 49 


Salary, commissioner 




$9,000 00 


Salaries, clerks, stenographers 




56,282 57 


Automobile expense: 






Wages of chauffeur 


$1,092 00 




Electric light at garage 


8 75 




Gasolene 


167 08 




Oil, soap and grease 


22 55 




Tubes, cases, repairs and supplies, 


1,080 55 




Registration 


30 00 


2,400 93 






Books, papers and office expense . 




933 05 


Stationery 




505 86 


Telephones, rentals and calls . 




2,032 22 


Printing 




2,812 47 


Postage 




422 27 


Travel expense 




202 64 




$74,592 01 



114 City Document No. 26. 



APPENDIX B. 



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



Boston, February 1, 1915. 

Mk. 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 ending January 
31, 1915. 

The expenditures of the division in the regular main- 
tenance appropriations of the department were $595,- 
383.36 as against an appropriation and revenue of 
$610,149.84, leaving a surplus for the year of $14,766.48. 

In addition to the regular maintenance work the 
division supervised the expenditure of $229,923.94 
under a number of special appropriations, mainly for 
the construction of bridges, making the total expendi- 
tures for the year under appropriations credited to the 
Bridge and Ferry Division $825,307.30. This figure 
does not include the expenditures on grade crossings 
and on work of other departments supervised by the 
division engineering staff. 

Bridge Service. 

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 and prepared plans and estimates for a 
number of new structures. The principal new con- 
struction is as follows : 

Broadway Bridge {over Fort Point Channel). — The 
draw span of this bridge was entirely rebuilt during 
the past year under a contract with the Boston Bridge 
Works, Inc., approved November 20, 1913. The new 
span is a steel center bearing swing draw with arms of 
equal length, operated by electricity, and rests on the 



Public Works Department. 115 

masonry foundation of the old draw span. It is 210 
feet long by 60 feet wide, center to center of railings, 
and spans a single navigable channel of 50 feet. The 
masonry foundation of the old draw was carried up to 
support the tracks of the new by reinforced concrete 
construction, and in connection with the rebuilding 
of the draw span a slight amount of work was done on 
the approach spans. During the construction of the 
bridge provision was made for foot travel by the con- 
struction of a temporary footbridge provided with a 
draw placed just below the new bridge at the location 
of the '^Y" bridge of the New York, New Haven & 
Hartford Railroad Company. A certain amount of 
work occasioned by the changes in the draw span has 
been made necessary in the enlarging and repairing 
of the fender pier and fender guards. This work is 
now in progress and will be completed early in the 
spring. When this work is done it will also be neces- 
sary to build a new drawtenders' house. The recon- 
structed draw was opened to travel August 3, 1914. 
(For a detailed description of this work see page 130.) 

Charlestown Bridge (over Charles River).- — The floor- 
ing of the roadway of this draw has been entirely rebuilt 
during the past year under a contract with M. S. Kelli- 
her, approved August 29, 1914. All the timber work 
above the steel stringers was entirely renewed with the 
exception of that carrying the sidewalks, and the work 
was prosecuted so that a portion of the bridge was 
available for traffic during the construction. Naviga- 
tion lights have also been installed at this bridge in 
accordance with the requirements of the United States 
Government. 

Chelsea Bridge {over North Channel of the Mystic 
River) . — As mentioned in the report of last year the 
work of rebuilding this bridge was practically com- 
pleted February 1, 1914, although the small amount 
of work remaining unfinished at that time was not 
completed until April 30, 1914. The fender guard 
on the downstream side of this bridge has been com- 
pleted during the year under a contract with W. H. 
Ellis, and a portion of the northerly fender pier, where 
the temporary bridge was located and which could not 
be finished until that bridge was removed to Chelsea 
Bridge South, has been built during the year under a 
contract with W. H. Ellis & Son Company. Naviga- 
tion lights have also been installed at this bridge. 



116 City Document No. 26. 

Chelsea Bridge (over South Channel of the Mystic 
River). — The construction of a temporary bridge at 
this location was so far completed that it was opened 
to travel on March 15, 1914. This work was done 
under a contract with Rendle & Stoddard. The chan- 
nelway at the old draw was widened to 47^ feet and 
the two water siphons at this location removed. This 
work was done under a contract with W. H. Ellis, 
approved April 2, 1914, the work being completed 
April 18, 1914. 

Apportionment of Cost of Bridges Between Boston and 
Chelsea. — The special commission appointed under acts 
of the Legislature to apportion the cost of these bridges, 
referred to in the last annual report, submitted its con- 
clusion to the Supreme Judicial Court in Jidy, 1914. 
Later the report was referred back to the commissioners 
for further findings and at the present time the matter 
is still pending before the commissioners. 

Co7igress Street Bridge {over Fort Point Channel). — 
The flooring of the draw span of this bridge was rebuilt 
under contract with M. S. Kelliher, approved April 24, 
1914. Stringers found in poor condition were removed 
and new ones substituted and the planking entirely 
relaid. This work was completed May 25, 1914. The 
draw was kept in service for travel during the entire 
construction work during the daytime, except on 
Sundays. 

Granite Avenue Bridge {over Neponset River, Between 
Dorchester and Milton). — This bridge has been entirely 
rebuilt during the past year by the Granite Avenue 
Bridge Building Commission, acting under chapter 771 
of the Acts of 1913. When the bridge is formally turned 
over by the Building Commission it will be maintained 
jointly by the County of Suffolk and the town of Milton, 
the care being placed in a commission consisting of the 
Mayor of Boston and the chairman of the selectmen of 
Milton. (For a detailed description of this work see 
page 135.) 

Maiden Bridge {from Charlestown to Everett) .'- — A 
large amount of work has been done on making surveys 
and plans for the relocation of the draw span of this 
bridge, which is payable by the Boston Elevated Rail- 
way Company under chapter 777 of the Acts of 1913. 
After a number of conferences with the Boston Elevated 
Railway Company, the plans for a bascule draw and for 
the necessary changes in the pile approaches have been 



Public Works Department. 117 

agreed upon. It is expected that work will begin on 
this bridge in the early spring. 

Meridian Street Bridge {from East Boston to Chelsea) . — 
During the year the work of rebuilding Meridian Street 
Bridge has been completed and the dredging required 
to secure the final approval of the War Department has 
been made. Navigation lights have also been installed 
at this bridge. 

Milton Street Bridge {Hyde Park) . — The entire road- 
way of this bridge has been replanked with a yellow pine 
lower deck and a spruce wearing surface. This work 
was done under a contract with Anthony Baruffaldi, 
approved October 15, 1914, and completed November 
18, 1914. 

Winthrop Bridge (from Breed's Island to Winthrop.) — - 
The reconstruction of this bridge has been prosecuted 
during the year under authority- of the Legislature, 
chapter 412 of the Acts of 1913. The work is not yet 
completed although travel was turned over the new 
bridge on December 1, 1914. 

Navigation Lights. — Navigation lights have been 
installed at Northern Avenue Bridge. 

Ferry Service. 

A new fender guard on the south side of the hospital 
dock at the South Ferry, East Boston side, has been 
built under a contract with W. H. Ellis & Son Company, 
dated June 11, 1914. The work was completed July 14, 
1914. Under a contract with W. S. Rendle, made 
December 24, 1914, the piers at both the East Boston 
landings have been repaired. 

The roadway of the ferryboat ''Hugh O'Brien" has 
been redecked under a contract with S. W. K. Brooks, 
dated April 25, 1914, and while the above work was in 
progress considerable repairs were made to the boilers. 

The jet condenser and a new circulation pump on the 
''Governor Russell" have been installed during the year 
and other repairs made which will place this boat in 
excellent condition. 

Recommendations for 1915. 

Bridge Service. — As but a limited amount of the 
appropriation made last year for this service was avail- 
able for repair work on bridges to be done under contract, 
an appropriation was requested in the budget estimate 



118 City Document No. 26. 

for 1915 covering the cost of work recommended last 
year and still remaining undone, with a small amount 
added for other repairs deemed necessary. The total 
amount of the appropriation requested was $115,600, 
of which $96,600 was for bridges maintained by the 
City of Boston and $19,000 for the city's share of the 
repairs on bridges under the direction of the Boston 
and Cambridge Bridge Commission. 

Nearly 50 per cent of this amount is needed for 
cleaning and painting steel structures. It is hoped that 
the appropriation made this year may be sufficient to 
enable a portion of this work to be done, as the failure 
to keep bridges properly painted, particularly those over 
railroad tracks, has been shown to be a most wasteful 
policy for the city. 

As recommended in last year's report, Hyde Park 
Avenue Bridge, over Mother brook, Ward 26, should be 
entirely rebuilt the coming season. The estimated cost 
of building a concrete bridge at this point is $25,000, 
of which it is possible that a portion may be assessed 
on the street railway company. The entire roadway of 
Warren Bridge should be rebuilt and the sidewalks and 
fender guards repaired. This bridge was built more 
than thirty years ago and the under-planking is in such 
condition that it is liable to break through at any time. 
The estimated cost of a new floor, including the relaying 
of the granite block pavement, is $90,000. By frequent 
and careful inspection and repairing immediately when- 
ever a slight settlement in the paving is observed, the 
bridge can be continued in service for another year, 
but as the repairs in each case involves the removal and 
replacing of a considerable amount of granite paving 
as well as the necessary timber work, it is not an economi- 
cal method and should not be continued for a longer 
time than is absolutely necessary. 

Congress Street Bridge, over Fort Point channel, 
carries as heavy teaming traffic as any bridge in the city 
and the traffic is increasing owing to the opening of the 
Commonwealth Pier and the Fish Pier at South Boston. 
After forty years' service the draw span is in such con- 
dition that it cannot be continued to carry the heavy 
traffic much longer and steps should be taken at once 
towards rebuilding this bridge at the earliest possible 
date. 

The building of a permanent structure in the portion 
of Chelsea Bridge over the south channel of the Mystic 



Public Works Department. 119 

river, replacing the temporary structure built last year, 
must be considered very soon, as authority to main- 
tain this temporary bridge over the property of the 
Boston & Maine Railroad expires in July, 1919, and 
from the city's experience in building the bridge over 
the north channel of the Mystic river, four years is none 
too long a period in which to prepare plans, secure the 
necessary authority and to build the new bridge. 

Navigation Lights. — New regulations by the United 
States Department of Commerce, Bureau of Lighthouses, 
for the security of navigation, require the lighting of 
bridges and piers over and adjacent to navigable channels 
from sunset to sunrise throughout the year. All lights 
must be inclosed in Fresnal lenses and electric lamps be 
used where the bridge is electrically lighted. 

Excluding Atlantic Avenue Bridge, which is being 
removed; Chelsea Bridge South and Maiden Bridge, 
which will shortly be rebuilt; Neponset Bridge, which 
had no night openings in 1914; North Beacon Street 
Bridge and Western Avenue Bridge to Watertown, 
which had no openings in 1914, it was considered that 
there was a total of thirteen bridges maintained by 
the city to be lighted as soon as practicable, comprising 
six truss draw spans, two deck draw spans, four retrac- 
tile draws and one Strauss lift draw span. 

It was thought advisable to light the downstream 
bridges first, and Chelsea North, Meridian Street, 
Charlestown and Northern Avenue Bridges, all being 
located at the entrances to the rivers, and Fort Point 
Channel, have been equipped and put in service. 
Meridian Street and Charlestown Bridges use Boston 
Elevated Railway current, while Chelsea North and 
Northern Avenue use the Edison current. Ladders 
and platforms have been provided on these four bridges 
to make the renewal of lamps and repairs to lanterns 
reasonably safe for attendants. 

Ferry Service. — As stated in the report of a year ago, 
the most important matter in the Ferry Service at the 
present time is to provide a new ferryboat in place of 
the ''D. D. Kelly," which was built in 1879, and the 
reason for early action in this matter is given in the 
following quotation from last year's report: 

The United States Government inspectors have cut down 
the allowable boiler pressure from the original limit of 40 
pounds to 25 pounds, which is the minimum pressure on which 



120 City Document No. 26. 

the boat can be safely operated. At any time the inspectors 
are Hable to condemn the boat or to order a still further reduc- 
tion 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 
during the coming year as nearly a year will be 
required for its construction. 

It will be necessary during the year 1915 to recopper 
the ferryboat ''General Hancock" and to install a jet 
condenser on the ferryboat "Noddle Island" and com- 
plete the installation of the jet condenser on the ''Gover- 
nor Russell," similar to that recently installed on the 
"General Sumner." Part of the work on the " Governor 
Russell" has been completed and paid for out, of last 
year's appropriation. 

The United States Inspection Board has sent notice 
that all the ferryboats must be fitted out with auxiliary 
lighting plants located above the water line. It will be 
necessary to do this work during the coming year. 

All four head-houses should be painted, two drops at 
the North Ferry should be paved and a new tank pro- 
vided at the North Ferry, East Boston side. 

Provision for this repair work on the ferries has been 
made in the estimate submitted for the budget appro- 
priation for the year 1915. 

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 depart- 
ments or divisions, is appended herewith. 

Respectfully submitted, 

S. Everett Tinkham, 

Acting Division Engineer. 



Public Works Department. 121 



BRIDGE AND FERRY DIVISION. 

Financial Statement. 

Receipts. 

Appropriation $610,000 00 

Revenue : 
Bridge Service 149 84 



$610,149 84 



Expenditures from Maintenance Appropriation. 

Bridge Service: 

City of Boston bridges . . . $283,066 41 
Bridges in charge of Boston and 
Cambridge Bridge Com- 
mission 18,645 52 



Total charged to Bridge Service, $301,711 93 
Ferry Service 293,671 43 



Total expenditures under appro- 
priation $595,383 36 

Transferred to Highway Division . 14,766 48 



$610,149 84 



Total Expenditures. 
Bridge Service: 

From maintenance appropriation, $301,711 93 
Charged to special appropriation, 229,423 94 



Total expended on bridges .... $531,135 87 
Ferry Service : 

From maintenance appropriation, $293,671 43 
Charged to special appropriation, 500 00 



Total expended on ferries 294,171 43 

Total expenditures by Bridge and Ferry Divi- 
sion, exclusive of expenditures for grade 
crossings and of work supervised by the divi- 
sion engineering staff, but paid for from 
appropriations of other departments or 
divisions $825,307 30 



122 City Document No. 26. 



Bridge Service. 

At the close of the fiscal year 1914-15 there are in 
the City of Boston 185 highway bridges, of which 115 
are maintained wholly or in part from the appropriation 
for the Bridge and Ferry Division, 45 are maintained 
wholly by the railroad corporations, 22 by the Park 
and Recreation Department and 3 by the Metropolitan 
Park Commission. Six of these bridges, namely, Brook- 
line Street, Cambridge, Cambridge Street, Harvard, 
Prison Point and Western Avenue to Cambridge, all 
connecting Boston and Cambridge (the four latter 
being drawbridges), 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 maintenance of these six bridges is paid by the 
City of Boston out of the appropriation for the Bridge 
and Ferry Division, and the Commissioner of Public 
Works 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, was opened 
to travel October 18, 1913, but has not been entirely 
completed. Upon its completion, under the direction 
of the Metropolitan Park Commission, it will be main- 
tained by the Boston and Cambridge Bridge Com- 
mission. 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), Mattapan Bridge and North Beacon 
Street Bridge are in charge of the Metropolitan Park 
Commission; the care of the last named bridge was 
assumed under authority of chapter 780 of the Acts of 
the Legislature for 1914, preceding the building of a new 
bridge by this commission. Granite Bridge has been 
removed and replaced by a new bridge known as Granite 
Avenue Bridge, which is under the care of a commission 
consisting of the Mayor of Boston and the chairman of 
the selectmen of Milton. (See page 559.) 

Atlantic Avenue Bridge was discontinued by order of 
the Board of Street Commissioners December 7, 1914, 
and was closed to all travel January 5, 1915. The Bos- 
ton Terminal Company is now removing the structure. 

There are fifteen important drawbridges wholly 
maintained by the City of Boston, namely: Congress 
Street and Warren, operated by steam; Broadway, 



Public Works Department. 



123 



Charlestown, Chelsea North, Chelsea South Temporary, 
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. 



(1.) 



(2.) 



EXPENDITURES ON BOSTON BRIDGES. 

Administration : 
Salaries : 

Division engineer . . $1,310 77 

Supervisors . . . 4,214 72 

Engineers and draftsmen, 23,641 04 

Stenogi-apher . . . 1,146 74 

Office boy . . . 312 00 

Examining physician . 79 17 



Pensions paid to veterans, retired . 

Pensions paid to laborers . 

Pay allowed for holidays . 

Pay allowed for injuries to employees 

Printing, postage and stationery 

Advertising 

Telephones 

Traveling expenses .... 
Engineer's office supplies, furnishings, etc 

On Bridges: 

Salaries of drawtenders and caretakers 

Lighting .... 

Fuel 

Electric power 

Tools, hardware and supplies 

Furnishings .... 

Repairing buildings 

Ironwork and machinery repairs 

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

General repairs by department me- 
chanics : 
Labor, car- 
p e n t e r s , 
painters, 
w a t c hmen, 
e 1 e c t r i cian 
and machin- 
ist ._ . . $23,501 03 
Removing snow 
and cleaning 
bridges . 2,626 33 



30,704 44 

5,118 76 

109 00 

783 91 

53 70 
616 96 

15 80 
235 32 
376 23 
477 73 



$148,470 04 
1,221 06 
2,458 70 
3,770 31 
3,850 89 
31 50 
464 34 
6,894 71 

13,128 96 



Lumber .... 

Paint stock 

Paid raHroad companies for 
flagmen 



526,127 36 
19,439 64 
1,778 10 

169 15 



47,514 25 



(3.) Pubhc Landings: Rent, East Boston PubHc landing, 
Carried forward 



$38,491 85 



227,804 76 
433 29 

$266,729 90 



124 



City Document No. 26. 



Brought forward $266,729 

(4.) Yard and stable : 



90 



Yard: 




Employees: Clerk, janitor 




and watchmen . 


$1,967 97 


Lighting 


136 90 


Fuel 


213 75 


Repairing buildings 


264 25 


Miscellaneous: Paving yard, 




general repairs . 


622 72 


Stable: 




Employees: Stablemen and 




teamster .... 


$4,624 25 


Feed and straw 


1,090 90 


Veterinary .... 


104 50 


Shoeing and clipping . 


367 20 


Wagons and harness 


535 14 


Stable supplies 


51 00 



(5.) 



Automobiles : 

New: Runabout (part payment) 
Maintenance and repairs: 
Division engineer: 
Wages, chauffeur 



(part) 


$707 75 


Storage 


207 68 


Repairs and 




supphes . 


437 11 


Gasolene 


172 00 


Tires and tubes: 




New, $175 27 




Repairs, 14 34 






189 61 


Supervisor: 




Wages, chauffeur. 


$903 00 


Storage 


173 GO 


Repairs and 




supplies . 


818 05 


Gasolene 


139 59 


Tires and tubes: 




New, $137 64 




Repairs, 16 80 






154 44 




Truck: • 




Wages, chauffeur, 


$930 00 


Repairs and sup- 




phes . 


253 10 


Gasolene 


94 05 


Tires and tubes: 




New, $221 58 




Repairs, 43 42 




Tire filler, 113 05 






378 05 





L,714 15 



2,188 58 



3,205 59 



6,772 99 



$800 00 



9,978 58 



1,655 20 

Total expended for maintenance and repairs, 6,557 93 
Total, automobiles 



6,357 93 
$283,066 41 



Public Works Department. 



125 



Summary : 


(1) 


Admimstration 


(2) 


On bridges 


(3) 


Public landings 


(4) 


Yard and stable 


(5) 


Automobiles 



Total expenditures on City of Boston bridges 



$38,491 85 

227,804 76 

433 29 

9,978 58 

6,357 93 

$283,066 41 



EXPENDITURES UNDER SPECIAL APPROPRIATIONS DURING 
FISCAL YEAR 1914-15. 



Bridge Repairs, Appropriations. 
Brookline Street Bridge. 
Advertising and printing 



$4 40 



Charlestown Bridge. 
Amount paid M. S. Kelleher under contract for 

flooring 7,125 05 



Total expended to January 31, 1915, $116,439.51. 

Broadway Bridge, Rebuilding, 
Amount paid Boston Bridge Works, Inc., under 



contract for rebuilding draw 




$88,574 66 


Amount paid Lawler Brothers under contract for 




building temporary footbridge 


and approaches. 


2,985 00 


Engineering .... 


$4,005 28 




Inspection 


469 30 


4,474 58 
523 39 


Inspection of material at shop 




Engineering supplies, etc. 




156 13 


Advertising . . •. 




65 85 


Printing 




42 58 


Travel expenses 




13 65 


Miscellaneous expenses — Temporary bridge: 




Rent of engine 


$258 00 




Moving building . 


225 00 




Machinery .... 


235 33 




Building bridge 


235 52 


953 85 
164 40 


Wood preservative 




Paint stock .... 




604 93 


Miscellaneous electric and machine work on draw, 


780 82 


Paving 




55 00 



Total expended to January 31, 1915, $107,042.24. 



r,129 45 



),394 84 



Engineering 
Inspection . 

Advertising 
Traveling expenses 
Engineers' supplies 
Execution of court 

Carried forward 



Chelsea Bridge North. 

$452 93 
391 08 



$844 01 

3 70 

3 04 

16 08 

26 71 

$893 54 



126 



City Document No. 26. 





8,390 61 




168 00 




578 29 




453 72 




666 44 




452 97 




371 82 




50 00 


$183,872 20 




163,997 74 





Brought forward 

Apportionment commission expenses : 

Commissioners' services . . $8,036 95 
Reports of hearings . . . 302 40 

Printing report . . . . 51 26 

Roof, operating room 

End lifts 

Steps, etc., north pier 
Signal lights .... 
Repairs, North fender pier 
Street watering .... 

Tablets 

Amount paid George T. Rendle 

under contract for rebuilding 

bridge 

Less amount paid to January 31, 

1914 



Less execution of court charged to 
contractor 



Plus amount paid City of Boston 
for old draw (temporary) 

Amount paid W. E. Litchfield under 
contract for completion of con- 
tract No. 1 .... $15,303 96 
Less amount paid in 1913 . . 12,809 26 

Amount paid W. H. Ellis under contract for 
building fender guard 

Amount paid W. H. Ellis under contract for 
rebuilding north fender pier .... 

Amount paid G. W. & F. Smith Iron Company 
for building platforms and ladders . 



$893 54 



$19,874 46 


26 71 


$19,847 75 


* 7,500 00 



27,347 75 

2,494 70 

3,117 58 

646 85 

290 00 



Total expended to January 31, 1915, $426,216.82. 
Chelsea Bridge South. 



Advertising 
Engineering 
Inspection . 



L,973 16 

497 81 



Engineering supplies 

Traveling expenses 

Inspection of material at shop 

Amount paid Rendle & Stoddard under contract 

for building temporary bridge, $56,990 72 

Less amount paid in 1913 . . 29,061 50 

Amount paid W. H. Ellis under contract for 
removing siphons, etc 

Amount paid Rendle & Stoddard under contract 
for building fender guard, etc 

Dredging and repairing waterway .... 

Carried forward 



$3 80 



2,470 97 
37 07 
52 46 

84 18 



27,929 22 

1,868 00 

2,500 00 
807 21 

P5,752 91 



5,922 27 



* This amount was paid to the City of Boston by Rendle & Stoddard, and was credited 
to this appropriation in December, 1913. 



Public Works Department. 



127 



Brought fonvard 
Drawtenders' house, etc. 
Draw machinery 
Fence .... 



,752 91 
292 50 
795 97 
343 00 



Total expended to January 31, 1915, $70,531.55. 



Engineering 
Inspection . 



Meridian Street Bridge. 

$312 11 
61 75 



Amount paid J. H. Long IMachine Company 

under contract for navigation lights, etc. 
Amount paid Bay State Dredging 

Company under contract for 

dredging $647 60 

Less payment prior to February 

1, 1914 . . . . \ 324 40 



P73 86 
914 40 



Miscellaneous dredging (Eastern Dredging Com- 
pany) . . 1 

Draw machinerj^ 

Tablets 



323 20 

118 20 

535 52 

50 00 



Total expended to January 31, 1915, $172,847.38. 



17,184 38 



5,315 18 



Engineering 
Inspection . 



Borings 
Advertising 
Printing 

Engineering supplies 
Inspector's shanty 
Travel expenses 
Land damages . 
Amount paid Lawler Brothers under contract for 
building bridge and Boston" approach . 



WiNTHROP Bridge. 

$1,636 02 
1,024 22 



$2,660 24 


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10 


56 


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20 


79 


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80 


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5,477 82 



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Income. 

The total amount received by the City Collector on 
account of bridges was $314.84, and consisted of the 
following items: 

Amount received from the Edison Electric Illu- 
minating Company for labor on water pipe moved 
at the Meridian Street Bridge, and credited to 
division maintenance appropriation . . . $149 84 

Amount received and credited to general revenue: 

From sale of old automobiles 165 00 

Total $314 84 



130 City Document No. 26. 



BRIDGE SERVICE CONSTRUCTION WORK, 
1914-1915. 



Beacon Street Bridge {over Boston & Albany Railroad). 

A contract was made with Thomas F. Broderick for 
raising and recutting the top surface of the stone parapet 
of both roadways at each end of the bridge. This 
work was completed June 19, 1914, at a cost of $630. 

Broadway Bridge {over Fort Point Channel). 

Broadway Bridge extends from the city proper to 
South Boston, crossing Fort Point channel and the 
tracks of the New York, New Haven & Hartford Rail- 
road, and is traversed by surface cars of the Boston 
Elevated Railway Company. It is about 1,100 feet 
long by 60 feet wide, and except the draw span it is 
a deck girder bridge, built in 1901-04. The draw span 
of this bridge was rebuilt during the past year under a 
contract with the Boston Bridge Works, Inc., approved 
November 20, 1913. The span that has been replaced, 
built in 1875, was a center-bearing iron swing bridge 
operated by steam. It was about 165 feet long by 60 feet 
wide, and spanned a single navigable channel of about 
42| feet in width. The new span is a steel center- 
bearing swing draw, with arms of equal length, operated 
by electricity and resting on the masonry foundation of 
the old draw. It is 210 feet long by 60 feet wide, center 
to center of railings, and spans a single navigable chan- 
nel 50 feet wide. A roadway, 40 feet in width, between 
girders provides for two surface car tracks and two 
lines of team travel. There are two overhanging side- 
walks each about 7 feet in the clear. A set of steel 
roadway gates, built in 1904, is provided at each approach 
to shut off travel when the draw is open. The draw 
span has been designed throughout in accordance with 
''Specifications for Bridges Carrying Electric Railways," 
adopted by the Massachusetts Railroad Commission, 
1908 edition. 

The masonry foundation of the old draw was carried up 
about 4 feet 6 inches to support the tracks of the new 
draw by the addition of a ring wall of reinforced con- 



Public Works Department. 131 

Crete, 30 inches in thickness, with four cross walls of the 
same material, 2 feet in thickness, connecting the ring 
wall with the old masonry pier at the center. The 
track is supported on a circular steel drum 40 feet in 
diameter and 4 feet 6^ inches deep, thoroughly braced 
by struts and rods. The draw, estimated to weigh 800 
tons, is supported entirely on the center pier and 
swings on a phosphor bronze disc, 26 inches in diameter, 
placed between two hardened steel discs. Six trucks 
running on a track 40 feet in diameter serve the purpose 
of keeping the draw properly balanced. The power 
for moving the draw is supplied by two 20 horse power 
motors, one on either side, supported on brackets 
attached to the cross girders. Each motor is geared 
through a set of cut steel gears to a pinion which engages 
a rack on the fixed foundation drum. Either motor is 
of sufficient power to operate the draw temporarily or 
the draw can be swung by hand power in case of the 
failure of electric current. As the trusses are continuous, 
when the draw is swung into position for traffic, the 
ends must be lifted sufficient to afford the proper support 
under all loadings. The device for lifting the ends is the 
same as that in use at the draw in Chelsea Bridge 
North and described in the report of last year, except 
that the motors for actuating are 5 horse power instead 
of 8 horse power. A centering device, similar to that 
used at Chelsea Bridge North, with the necessary air 
compressor and reservoir, is also installed at this bridge. 

The operating cabinet is located on the sidewalk 
near the center of the draw under one of the trusses. 
It includes the control for swinging the draw and lift- 
ing the ends, valves for the air brakes and the centering 
device, signals for the exact position of the centering 
bolt and end lifts, as well as other necessary electrical 
devices for operating the draw. 

In construction the draw is of the through truss type 
with two riveted steel trusses, 44 feet on centers, carrying 
steel floor beams and steel stringers. On the steel 
stringers is built a wooden flooring as follows: Eight- 
inch by 8-inch yellow pine cross ties are placed on the 
stringers, a course of 4-inch yellow pine plank is laid 
longitudinally of the bridge on these ties and covered 
with roofing felt protected by a layer of asphalt mastic 
f inch thick, which forms a base for the wood block 
paving. The wood blocks for the paving are of long 
leaf yellow pine, 3§ inches deep, 4 inches wide and 



132 City Document No. 26. 

8 inches long, and are laid with expansion joints at each 
curb and transverse joints about every 30 feet. The 
contract called for a patented wood pavement of the 
Shuman type, but as this could not be secured in 
the market the contractor was allowed to substitute the 
wood block. This is the first draw span in Boston with 
wood block paving, and at the date of this report it is 
in first-class condition after several months' service. 

In connection with the rebuilding of the draw span, 
a slight amount of work was required on the approach 
spans for the purpose of adjusting grades. The bridge 
was closed to travel at 12.01 a. m. of Monday, May 
18, 1914, and was again opened to travel on Monday, 
August 3, 1914. The work under the contract with 
the Boston Bridge Works, Inc., was completed August 
14, 1914, and the total payments under the contract 
amounted to $88,574.66. 

Provision was made for foot travel while the work 
was in progress on the new draw span by the con- 
struction of a temporary footbridge with a retractile 
draw on the downstream side of the bridge at the 
location of the ''Y" bridge of the New York, New 
Haven & Hartford Railroad. The construction and 
removal of the temporary bridge was done under a con- 
tract, approved April 6, 1914, by Lawler Brothers, 
the lowest bidder. The work under this contract was 
completed August 25, 1914, the total payments thereon 
amounting to $2,985. 

In order to protect the new and larger draw span 
and allow for the widening of the channel it became 
necessary to do considerable work in enlarging and 
repairing fender pier and fender guards. This work is 
now in progress under a contract approved December 
28, 1914, with W. H. Ellis & Son Company, the lowest 
bidder. 

A contract for iron ladders and platforms to give 
access to the landing piers from the fixed spans has been 
made with the Smith Erecting and Contracting Com- 
pany, the lowest bidder, and these are now being erected. 

A suitable house for the drawtenders is to be built 
as soon as a foundation is provided for it on the draw 
fender pier. 

Charlestown Bridge (over the Charles River). 

Plans and specifications were made for renewing the 

flooring of the roadways of the draw span and bids 



Public Works Department. 133 

were received for doing this work August 19, 1914. 
The work was awarded to M. S. KelHher, the lowest 
bidder, and a contract made and approved August 
29, 1914. Work was begun November 10, and com- 
pleted December 12, 1914, at a total cost of $7,500.05. 
All the yellow pine riders on the steel floor stringers 
were renewed and the top surfaces of the floor beams 
and stringers thoroughly cleaned and painted. A new 
flooring of 5-inch yellow pine was laid with a wearing 
surface of spruce plank. Wheel guards, bulkhead tim- 
bers and the boarding at the trusses were renewed. 
The riders, roadway planking and timbers were painted 
with one heavy coat of Cabot's ^'Conservo." About 
1,800 square feet of flooring over the engine room was 
calked. 

Navigation lights have been installed at this bridge 
at a cost of 1744, of which $470 was for electrical work 
and $274 for ladders and platform. 

Chelsea Bridge North. 

The rebuilding of this bridge was practically com- 
pleted February 1, 1914, and was fully described in the 
last annual report. The work under Contract No. 1 
(which included all the construction of the bridge except 
the steel draw span) was- completed April 30, 1914, the 
original contractor being George T. Rendle, who was 
succeeded by William E. Litchfield under a supple- 
mentary contract approved August 15, 1913. The 
total cost of the work under both the Rendle and the 
Litchfield contracts was $199,176.16. 

A contract was made with W. H. Ellis, lowest bidder, 
approved November 28, 1913, for rebuilding the fender 
guard on the downstream side of the bridge. This 
work was completed March 11, 1914,at acost of $3,117.58. 

A contract was made with W. H. Ellis & Son Company, 
the lowest bidder, approved November 25, 1914, for 
building a portion of the northerly fender pier, not 
included in the Rendle and Litchfield contracts. This 
work was completed December 1, 1914, at a cost of 
$867.20. 

In accordance with the requirements of the United 
States Government, the installation of navigation lights 
at this bridge has been in progress during the past year, 
but at the date of this report are not in complete work- 
ing order, the amount expended to date being $2,426.79. 



134 City Document No. 26. 

Chelsea Bridge South. 

The construction of the temporary bridge, mentioned 
in the last report, under a contract with Rendle & 
Stoddard, was so far completed that it was opened to 
travel March 15, 1914. 

The temporary bridge is built on the upstream side of 
the old bridge with approaches from the north over the 
Mystic Wharf property of the Boston & Maine Railroad 
and from the south over the Mystic Playground. 

The structure is a pile bridge, except over a berth at 
the Mystic Wharf where steel plate girders are used, 
and is provided with a swing draw span, operated by 
electricity. This span is the same structure that was 
used for temporary purposes in connection with the 
rebuilding of Chelsea Bridge North. The wearing 
surface of the roadway of the fixed span is a brick pave- 
ment, laid with asphalt joints. The temporary struc- 
ture provides for two lines of street car tracks of the Bay 
State Street Railway Company. The draw span was 
moved bodily to its new location and placed upon the 
foundations prepared for it in such a way that naviga- 
tion through the channel was only obstructed for less 
than thirty hours and no obstruction was made to high- 
way traffic or street cars. The draw opening of the 
temporary bridge was made 47^ feet wide. The total 
amount paid under the Rendle & Stoddard contract 
was $56,990.72. 

The channelway at the old draw was also widened to 
47^ feet under a contract with W. H. Ellis, approved 
April 2, 1914, at a total cost of $1,858, which included 
the removal of two water siphons at the location. This 
work was completed April 18, 1914. 

Under a contract approved April 24, 1914, with Rendle 
& Stoddard, a fender guard was built along the widened 
waterway and two timber trestles were built which 
could be used when found necessary for supporting the 
ends of the draw when turned off. This work was 
completed May 28, 1914, at a cost of $2,500. 

Congress Street Bridge. 

The flooring of the draw span at Congress Street 
Bridge was rebuilt under a contract with M. S. Kelliher, 
approved April 24, 1914. Such yellow pine stringers 
as were found in poor condition were removed and new 



Public Works Department. 135 

ones substituted, the 4-inch spruce underflooring entirely 
relaid, and a new sheathing of 2-inch spruce was also 
laid. This work was completed May 25, 1914, at a 
cost of $2,753.80. 

The draw was kept in service for travel during the 
entire construction of the work during the daytime, 
except on Sundays. 

Granite Avenue Bridge. 

The bridge over the Neponset river, between Dor- 
chester and Milton, at Granite avenue, has been com- 
pletely rebuilt during the past year by the Granite 
Avenue Bridge Building Commission, acting under 
chapter 771 of the Acts of 1913. 

The bridge was originally built in 1837. The old 
bridge that has been replaced was a wooden pile structure, 
approximately 200 feet in length and 30^ feet in width, 
with a double leaf draw span 22 feet wide, providing a 
clear channel 36 feet in width. 

The new bridge is of steel on masonry foundations, 
178 feet 6 inches long between parapets and 45 feet in 
width, center to center of railings, the width being suffi- 
cient to furnish a roadway 28 feet wide between curbs 
and to provide two sidewalks. The roadway width 
provides for one line of surface cars in the center and two 
lines of team travel simultaneously, should it be desired 
to grant a street car location. The draw span provides 
a clear waterway 50 feet in width with a depth in the 
channel of 10 feet at mean low water. 

Substructure. — Bids for building the substructure, 
approaches, temporary bridge, etc., were opened Novem- 
ber 28, 1913, and the contract awarded to the Holbrook, 
Cabot & Rollins Corporation, the lowest bidder, on 
December 4, 1913. 

The first work done under this contract was the 
building of a temporary bridge to accommodate travel 
during the construction of the permanent bridge. This 
temporary bridge was a wooden pile structure, 22| feet 
wide, furnishing a roadway width of 18 feet. The draw 
span used was the draw span in the old bridge, which 
w^as moved bodily to its new location. 

The Boston abutment was faced with new stone 
masonry, was lengthened to provide for a wider approach, 
and a wing wall built on the westerly side to allow a 
side slope to the filling. On the Milton side of the 



136 City Document No. 26. 

river was built a new abutment with a return wall on 
the easterly side and a wing wall on the westerly side, 
all of granite masonry. Both abutments rest on pile 
and grillage foundations. The pier on the Boston side 
of the channel carries the weight of the new draw span 
and was built of concrete and granite masonry. The 
foundation between elevation and elevation-10 is of 
concrete and was made by depositing concrete in the 
water inside a cofferdam of wooden sheet piling. The 
masonry above elevation consists of granite facing 
with concrete backing. No piles were driven in the 
foundation of this pier. 

The pier on the Milton side of the channel has for its 
foundation a body of concrete between elevation 
and elevation-10, constructed in the same manner as 
the pier on the Boston side, but in this case resting on 
piles, which latter were driven into the hard bottom. 
The pier above elevation consisted of granite masonry 
with concrete backing. 

The Boston approach was widened to 50 feet between 
the fences, providing two sidewalks with crushed stone 
surface and a roadway with a surface of water-bound 
macadam. Gutters were paved with granite blocks. 
As the grade of the new bridge necessitated filling, a 
concrete retaining wall was required on the easterly 
side of the street to prevent the filling from sloping on 
to private land. 

On the westerly side there was a side slope to the 
filling which was protected from wave action by stone 
ballast. 

The Milton approach was made 50 feet wide in the 
proximity of the abutment and narrowed in to meet the 
existing roadway. A small retaining wall was required 
also on this approach on the easterly side, and a side 
slope for the filling protected by stone ballast on the 
westerly side. The surfacing on this approach was made 
similar to that on the Boston approach. 

The fender pier was rebuilt and lengthened and new 
fender guards constructed under the same contract. 

The work is completed except a small amount of 
painting, and the total payments under this contract 
amount to $33,303.19. 

Superstructure. — The superstructure consists of two 
approach spans and one draw span, all of steel, with 
wooden underplanking and wooden sheathing. The 



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Public Works Department. 137 

approach spans are of the deck plate girder type with 
four hnes of main girders, steel floor beams and wooden 
stringers. The sidewalk is built on overhanging brackets. 
The draw span is of the Strauss trunnion bascule type 
and has two main girders, 33 feet 6 inches center to 
center, carrying steel floor beams between which are 
framed steel stringers carrying the wooden deck planking 
and wooden sheathing. The main girders are supported 
on trunnions, 13 inches in diameter, which are carried 
by steel pedestals to the pier masonry below. The 
counterweight is supported on the tail arm of the 
main girders and the structure is so arranged through 
a parallelogram of links that the bridge is exactly counter- 
balanced in whatever position it may happen to be. 

The machinery consists of two trains of gears actuating 
two operating pinions which engage two cast steel 
racks on the tail arms of the girders, one for each girder. 
Each train of gears is operated by a 15 horse power 
alternating current, mill type motor, provided with 
automatic brakes which act when the controller is in 
the ''Off" position. Automatic cut-offs are provided 
which shut off the power and set the brakes when the 
bridge in opening reaches the "Nearly Open" position 
and in closing reaches the ''Nearly Closed" position. 
In the operating house, electric light signals are provided 
which show the operator the position of the draw at 
all times. Provision is also made for operating the 
bridge by hand power and there is also a hand brake. 

Bids for building the superstructure were opened on 
February 25, 1914, and the contract made with the 
Boston Bridge Works, Inc., the lowest bidder, on Feb- 
ruary 26, 1914. The total amount of payments under 
this contract is $29,414. 

Under the act which provided for the rebuilding of 
this bridge there is to be an apportionment for the cost of 
the construction thereof on the following basis: County 
of Suffolk to pay 40 per cent, County of Norfolk 40 per 
cent, town of Milton 10 per cent and city of Quincy 
10 per cent. 

The expense for maintenance of the bridge is to be 
borne equally by the County of Suffolk and the town of 
Milton. 

If at any time a street railway company is granted 
the right to lay tracks over the bridge, it is to pay the 
cost of maintenance of that part of the bridge occupied 



138 City Document No. 26. 

by its tracks and 18 inches on either side thereof. It 
will be assessed 25 per cent of the original cost of the 
bridge, to be paid to the Treasurer of the Commonwealth, 
by whom it is to be distributed as follows : To the County 
of Norfolk 40 per cent, to the County of Suffolk 20 per 
cent, to the city of Quincy 20 per cent and to the town 
of Milton 20 per cent. 

Milton Street Bridge (Hyde Park). 

A contract was made with Anthony Baruffaldi, the 
lowest bidder, approved October 15, 1914, for replanking 
the roadway of this bridge. The entire roadway was 
replanked with 3-inch yellow pine, new yellow pine 
wheel guards were furnished and the roadway between 
the wheel guards planked with 2-inch spruce. All new 
yellow pine was painted with Cabot's ''Conservo." 
The work was completed November 18, 1914, at a cost 
of $2,320. 

Northern Avenue Bridge. 

A contract for cleaning and painting the fixed spans 
of this bridge was made with the W. L. Waples Company, 
the lowest bidder, approved October 20, 1914. All the 
steel work has been cleaned by the sand-blast process, 
patch-painted with red lead and followed by two coats 
of linseed oil paint, the city furnishing the paint. The 
work is about 90 per cent completed, the payment to 
date being $1,625.28. Navigation lights have been 
installed at this bridge at a cost of 



Winthrop Bridge. 

A contract for building this bridge, as authorized 
under chapter 412 of the Acts of 1913, was made with 
Lawler Brothers, the lowest bidder, and approved April 
6, 1914. The bridge and its approaches have a total 
length of 865 feet and a width of 50 feet. The location 
of the new bridge and its approaches is just northerly 
of the old bridge and provides for a pile structure 200 
feet in length across the channel, the approaches being 
filled solid and with side slopes protected by slope paving. 
Work was begun May 14, 1914, and travel was turned 
over the new bridge and the finished parts of the 
approaches on December 1, 1914. At the date of this 
report the work is about 86 per cent completed. 



Public Works Department. 139 

Western Avenue Bridge to Watertown. 

The Boston landing of the draw span and some of the 
main bridge piles of this bridge were in such poor con- 
dition that a contract was made with W. S. Rendle, 
the lowest bidder, dated November 11, 1914, for repair- 
ing this portion of the bridge. The work was completed 
November 28, 1914, at a total cost of $674.90. As a 
portion of this work was made necessary because of the 
use of the bridge by the Boston Elevated Railway Com- 
pany, this company has agreed to reimburse the city for 
a portion of the cost. 

Miscellaneous. 

Harrison Avenue Bridge, over the Boston & Albany 
Railroad, built and maintained by the railroad company, 
has deteriorated to such an extent that entire recon- 
struction is necessary. Plans have been prepared by 
the Boston & Albany Railroad Company and at the 
date of this report the steel for the bridge is being 
fabricated. 

Under authority of chapter 777 of the Acts of 1913 
the city is directed to relocate the draw span of Maiden 
Bridge, the Boston Elevated Railway Company to bear 
the expense of rebuilding. The city prepared plans for 
the necessary license from the War Department on 
June 25, 1914, and received permission to do the work 
in accordance with the submitted plans on August 20, 
1914, but authority to construct from the Directors of 
the Port of Boston has not yet been granted. The 
Boston Elevated Railway Company, however, made an 
agreement with the Strauss Bascule Bridge Company for 
the design of the highway draw span, subject to the 
approval of the city, and the work of making the design 
is in progress. 

This division at the request of the Highway Division 
has made designs and prepared specifications for the 
steel trestle and steel building of the Ward Street Receiv- 
ing Station in Roxbury. 

The Boston & Albany Railroad Company has entirely 
reconstructed the roof of the Franklin Street Subway 
to make it of sufficient strength for the heaviest locomo- 
tives and to enable it to lay tracks across it in any 
location. An apportionment of the cost of this structure 
by the Pubhc Service Commission has been requested 
by the railroad company. 



140 City Document No. 26. 



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. 

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. 

Bolyston 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 (Temporary), 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. 
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. 



Public Works Department. 141 

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, ISTew 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 
York, 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. 

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. 



142 City Document No. 26. 

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. 
Elhcott 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. 
Milton, from Dorchester to Milton. 

* Neponset, from Dorchester to Quincy. 
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. 

Bellevue 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. 

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. 



Public Works Department. 143 

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. 

In Charge of Commissioners for Granite Avenue Bridge. 

* Granite avenue, from Dorchester to Milton. 

IV. — Bridges of w^hich 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, Charlesto'UTi, 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, Hj'de Park. 

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

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 & Albanj^ Railroad. 

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



144 City Document No. 26. 

t New Way at Neponset, over New York, New Haven & Hart- 
ford 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. 

* North Beacon street, from Brighton to Watertown. 

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) . 

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



t Name changed to Redfield street March 1, 1915. 



Public Works Department. 145 

Ji-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. 
Medway 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. 



146 City Document No. 26. 



Recapitulation of Bridges. 

I. Number wholly maintained by Boston: 

In charge of Bridge and Ferry Division . 64 
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 . 7 
In charge of Park and Recreation Depart- 
ment 5 



83 



— 12 



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 

In charge of Commissioners for Granite 

Avenue Bridge 1 

— 13 
IV. Number of which Boston maintains the whole 

or a part of the wearing surface . . 29 

V. Number maintained by Metropolitan Park 

Commission 3 

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 185 

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



Public Works Department. 



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City Document No. 26. 



Table Showing the Widths of Openings for Vessels in all Bridges 
Provided with Draws in the City of Boston in January, 1915. 



Name of Bridge. 



Location. 



0) a 



Width. 



* Anderson 

t Atlantic avenue 

Boston Elevated Railway. 



Boston & Maine Railroad, Eastern 
Division. 

Boston & Maine Railroad, Eastern 
Division. 

Boston & Maine Railroad, Fitchburg 
Division. 

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

Boston & Maine Railroad (freight), 
Southern Division. 

Boston & Maine Railroad (passenger) , 
Southern Division. 

Boston & Maine Railroad, Western 
Division. 

Boston & Maine Railroad, Western 
Division. 



Broadway 

t Brookline street 

t Cambridge 

Cambridge street 

Charles River Dam (lock) 

Charlestown (main channel) — 
Charlestown (north channel) . . . 

Chelsea (north channel) 

Chelsea (south channel) 

Chelsea street 

Commercial Point (or Tenean) 

Congress street 

Dorchester avenue 

Dover street 

Grand Junction Railroad 

Grand Junction Railroad 

Granite avenue 

Harvard (Boston side) 



Brighton to Cambridge 

Over Fort Point channel. . . 
Boston to East Cambridge. 
Boston to Charlestown. . . . 



Over Miller's river 

Boston to Charlestown. 



Boston to East Cambridge. 



Boston to Charlestown. 



Over Miller's river. 



Over Fort Point channel. . . 
Brighton to Cambridge. . . . 

Boston to Cambridge 

Brighton to Cambridge 

Boston to East Cambridge. 
Boston to Charlestown. . . . 



Charlestown to Chelsea. 



East Boston to Chelsea .. 

Dorchester 

Over Fort Point channel. 



Brighton to Cambridge. 
East Boston to Chelsea. 
Dorchester to Milton. . . 
Boston to Cambridge. . . 



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42 " 

45 " 

39 " 

35 " 

36 " 
36 " 

40 " 
39 " 
39 " 
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t Operated by the Boston Terminal Company. 

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



Public Works Department. 



149 



Table Showing Widths of Openings, etc. — Concluded. 



Name of Bridge. 



Location. 



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Width. 



Harvard (Cambridge side) 

L street 

Maiden 

Meridian street 

Neponset 

New York, New Haven & Hartford 
Railroad. 

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

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

North Beacon street 

Northern avenue 

Prison Point 

Summer stfeet 

Waxren 

Western avenue 

Western avenue 



Boston to Cambridge 

Over Reserved channel, South 
Boston. 



Charlestown to Everett. . 
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. . . . 



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Public Works Department. 151 



ELEVATIONS AND DATUM PLANES REFERRED 
TO BOSTON CITY BASE. 



Feet. 

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

. 00 Metropohtan Park Commission base. 
+0 . 60 Harbor and Land Commission and Directors 
of the Port of Boston base. 
. 00 Metropohtan Water Board base. 
— 100 . 00 Metropohtan 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 elervation 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. f 
+0.79 Mean low water, 1902.t 
+0.58 Navy Yard base, 1902.t 
10.63 Mean high water, 1902.t 
5.71 Mean sea level, 1902. t 
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. 



152 



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 December 26, 1909, 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 
14.15 
14.94 
13.72 
14.19 
13.60 
14.83 
14.70 
14.70 
13.50 
15.64 



Feb. 24, 
April 16, 
April 16, 
Jan. 23, 
Nov. 27, 
Nov. 8, 
Nov. 25, 
Dec. 14, 
Jan. 25, 
Jan. 25, 
Jan. 25, 
Nov. 15, 
Dec. 26, 



1722-23. 
1851... 
1851... 
1898... 
1898... 
1900... 
1901... 
1902... 
1905... 
1905.... 
1905..., 
1906..., 
1909... 



* By comparison 

* Average of 7 observations 

Navy Yard, staff gauge 

Charlestown Bridge and East Boston Ferries. 
Average of 15 observations. 

Maiden Bridge 

Average of 10 observations. 
Average of 11 observations. 
Average of 34 observations. 
Inner harbor, 10 observations. 

North Ferry, Boston proper 

Neponset Bridge 

* Average of 29 observations. 



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



F. P. Spalding. 



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



* See previous table. 



Public Works Department. 



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High Tides. — Concluded. 



Feet. 


Date. 


Where Taken. 


By Whom. 


15.50 
11.90 
13.50 


Dec. 26, 1909.... 
Dec. 26, 1909.... 
Dec. 26, 1913.... 
Nov. 20, 1914.... 
Jan. 13, 1915.... 
Jan. 13, 1915.... 


North Ferry, Boston proper (a. m.) 

North Ferry, Boston proper (p. m.) 


J. H. Edmonds. 
J. H. Edmonds. 
F. P. Spalding. 


13 90 


Maiden Bridge. . . 


H. H. McNerlin. 


14.30 




F. P. Spalding. 


14 62 




G. A. Clough. 









Low Tides. 



5.60 


Nov. 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. 


—3.00 


JNIar. 23, 1905.... 


Deer Island, metropolitan sewer station 


Self-recording gauge. 



154 City Document No. 26. 



FERRY SERVICE. 



A contract was made June 11, 1914, with W. H. Ellis 
& Son Company for building a fender guard on the south 
side of the Hospital Dock, South Ferry, and the work 
was completed July 14, 1914, at a cost of $720.45. 

A contract was made December 24, 1914, with W. S. 
Rendle for repairing the piers at both the East Boston 
landings. The work was completed January 28, 1915, 
at a cost of $886.40, of which $767.27 has been paid at 
this date. 

Some planking was done on the two piers at the North 
Ferry and a new cluster of piles was driven at the south 
pier at the South Ferry. 

The roadway of the ferryboat ''Hugh O'Brien" was 
redecked under a contract with S. W. K. Brooks, dated 
April 25, 1914, and the work was completed June 4, 1914, 
at a cost of $2,455.56. The poor floor beams were re- 
placed by new beams, a new 4-inch yellow pine floor was 
laid, calked and waterproofed, the roadway sheathed 
with spruce, and miscellaneous repairs were made, the 
lumber and fastenings being furnished by the city. 

While the above work was in progress the back con- 
nection to the boilers, which were leaking badly, was 
put in good condition. The installation of a jet condenser 
and a new circulating pump on the ''Governor Russell" 
is now in progress, and will be completed early in March, 
1915. Fire lines to the cabins of all the boats have been 
provided during the year in compliance with an order 
issued by the United States Local Inspectors of Steam 
Vessels. 

All the extraordinary repairs noted above have been 
paid from the maintenance appropriation of this year, as 
no special appropriation was made for this class of work 
as in former years. 

The head of the middle pier of the North Ferry, city 
side, was repaired by removing nine piles, redriving two 
and furnishing seven new piles, one girder, some planking 
and refastening of old work. The head clumps were 



Public Works Department. 155 

rechained on the other piers at this landing, on the 
middle pier of the North Ferry, East Boston side, and on 
the middle pier of the South Ferry, city side. This work 
was done by W. H. Ellis & Son Company at a cost of 
$944.25, and was completed July 25, 1914. 

The following steam ferryboats are in commission: 

Name. When Built. Kind. 

D. D. KeUy 1879 Side wheel 

Hugh O'Brien 1883 

General Hancock 1887 " 

Governor Russell 1898 Propeller 

Noddle Island 1899 

General Sumner 1900 " 

John H. Sulhvan 1912 



Financial Statement for the Year Ending 

January 31, 1915. 

1 . Receipts. 

Total cash receipts during the year . . . $105,908 44 
Cash in hands of tollman at beginning of year . 200 00 

Cash in hands of cashier February 1, 1914 . . 390 06 



Length. 


Gross 
Tonnage 


160 ft. 3 in. 


275.37 


175 " 3 " 


322.66 


160 " 3 " 


397.30 


164 " 3 " 


485.00 


164 " 3 " 


483.25 


164 " 3 " 


478.00 


172 " 3 " 


562.00 



$106,508 50 



Cash paid over to City Collector . $105,912 91 
Cash in hands of tollmen January 

31, 1915 200 00 

Cash in hands of cashier January 

31, 1915 (balance) ... 395 59 

$106,508 50 



2. Appropriations and Expenditures. 

Balance unexpended from previous years (special 

appropriation) $515 60 

Received from annual appropriation (part of ap- 
propriation) for Bridge and Ferry Division . 293,671 43 



Total appropriation $294,187 03 

Total expenditures 294,171 43 



Balance unexpended (special appropriations) $15 60 



156 City Document No. 26. 

3. Result of Operations for the Year. 

Receipts for the year (net income) .... $105,918 44 
Ordinary expenses .... $293,671 43 
Interest on ferry debt . . 15,815 00 
Repairing ferryboat ''General Sum- 
ner" 500 00 

Depreciation of ferryboats . . 15,097 48 

$325,083 91 
Less increase in stock 

of fuel . . . $4,755 41 
Less increase in stock of 

supplies .... 354 72 
Less increase in stock of 
machinery and tools 309 31 

5,419 44 



Net outgo for the year 319,664 47 

Net loss for the year $213,746 03 



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



January 31, 
1911. 



January 31, 
1912. 



January 31, 
1913. 



January 31, 
1914. 



January 31, 
1915. 



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) 



10,830 80 

124,975 60 
163,987 25 

4,171 05 

616,400 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 



Total tangible assets. 



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



Deficiency of assets (loss) . 
Totals 



$920,564 70 

315,815 68 
3,525,261 72 



$981,461 91 

315,815 68 
3,677,838 48 



$932,012 07 

315,815 68 
3,905,960 81 



$4,761,642 10 



$4,975,116 07 



$5,153,788 56 



Liabilities. 

Capital invested by the City of 
Boston to date 



Appropriations account (credit 
balance) 



$4,636,666 50 
124,975 60 



$4,864,617 83 
110,498 24 



,145,740 45 
8,048 11 



Total liabilities. 



$4,761,642 10 



$4,975,116 07 



$5,153,788 56 



$390 06 

200 00 

22 00 

9,265 62 

515 60 
251,624 63 

3,040 69 

610,200 00 



$395 59 

200 00 

39 00 

14,375 75 

15 60 
236,527 15 

3,350 00 

610,200 00 



$875,258 60 

315,815 68 
4,150,659 65 



$865,103 09 

315,815 68 
4,364,388 68 



$5,341,733 93 



$5,545,307 45 



$5,341,733 93 
515 60 



$5,545,291 85 
15 60 



$5,341,733 93 



$5,545,307 45 



Details of Capital Invested by the City of Boston. 



Total expenditures to date, per ferry 


$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 

16,155 00 

279,148 85 


$12,287,566 20 


Interest on debt for the year (per 


15,815 00 


Interest previous years, etc. (net 


279,148 85 






Total expenditures ^ 


$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 


$12,582,530 05 


Deduct total receipts paid to col- 
lector 2 


7,037,238 20 






Excess of expenditures, capital 


$4,636,666 50 


$4,864,617 83 


$5,145,740 45 $5,341,218 33 


$5,545,291 85 













^ See footnote 4 under Table 4. 

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



162 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 . . . 1,110,978 70 

Expenditures for fuel 1,623,689 53 

Expenditures for salaries and wages . . . 5,918,330 05 

Expenditures for all other purposes . . 1,888,424 83 

$ 12,642,808 61 

Total Receipts from Ferries Since 1858=59. 

Receipts from rents, etc., previous to purchase 

i of ferries $29,588 56 

Receipts from ferry tolls since purchase of 

ferries 6,801,129 50 

Receipts from rents since purchase of ferries . 65,167 79 

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

Receipts from all other sources, per ferry books, 22,424 21 
Receipts from all other sources, additional, per 

auditor 30,734 85 



Total receipts from all sources . . $7,098,112 35 

Less amount with tollmen as capital, $200 00 
Less amount on hand with cashier at 

close of the year .... 395 59 

595 59 



Total receipts, per auditor's figures . . $7,097,516 76 

Regular Annual (Ordinary) and Special Appro- 
priations (Extraordinary) of the Ferry Serv- 
ice for the Year Ending January 31, 1915. 

Appropriations (regular) for the year ending 

January 31, 1915 $293,671 43 

Amount of expenditures for the year . . 293,671 43 



Public Works Department. 



163 



Special Appropriations. 

Appropriation authorized and issued May 27, 
1902, for ferry improvements .... 

Amount expended from May 27, 1902, to 
January 31, 1915 

Unexpended balance of the appropriation Janu- 
ary 31, 1915 

Appropriation authorized January 19, 1910, 
by transfer from Lamp Division, for ferry- 
boat " General Sumner," repairing . 

Amount expended from January 

19, 1910, to January 31, 1914 . $39,500 00 
Amount expended from January 

31, 1914, to January 31, 1915 . 500 00 



$100,000 00 
99,984 40 

$15 60 
$40,000 00 



$40,000 00 



Statement Showing Receipts at Each Ferry. 
North Ferry. 



From Tollmen. 


Foot 
Passengers. 


Team 
Tickets. 


Totals. 


Boston side 


$16,626 69 
15,838 58 


$5,339 50 
7,656 50 


$22,166 19 


East Boston side 


23,495 08 






$32,465 27 


$13,196 00 


$45,661 27 



From tollmen 

From gatemen: 

For 101,289 foot passengers at 1 
cent 

For cash fares for teams 



Total at North Ferry 



L,012 89 
),480 94 



,661 27 



10,493 83 



,155 10 





South Ferry. 






From Tollmen. 


Foot 
Passengers. 


Team 
Tickets. 


Totals. 


Boston side 


$12,946 25 
12,350 98 


$6,316 50 
4,199 00 


$19,262 75 


East Boston side 


16,549 98 








$25,297 23 


$10,515 50 


$35,812 73 



164 



City Document No. 26. 



From tollmen 

From gatemen: 

For 87,340 foot passengers at 1 
cent 

For cash fares for teams 



$873 40 
10,535 30 



Total at South Ferry . . . , 

North and South Ferries as above 

Tickets paid for at ferry office 

Received in lieu of free ferries, July 4, 1914 



Rents for the year 

Sale of old material 

Commissions on public telephone .... 

Head-house privileges 

Refund for lost tickets and return premiums on 
bonds • 

Total cash receipts for the year 



,812 73 



11,408 70 



,221 43 



$103,376 53 

1,243 60 

1 00 



,621 13 

497 00 

141 26 

47 71 

600 00 

11 34 



$105,918 44 



Statement of Travel on the Ferries from February 1, 
1914, to January 31, 1915, Inclusive. 

North Ferry. South Ferry. 

Foot passengers at 1 cent each . 3,347,816 2,617,063 
Foot passengers by ticket . . 37,663 21,540 

Foot passengers free . . . . 395 490 



Total foot 

One-horse teams and pleasure car 

riages 
Two-horse teams 
Three-horse teams 
Four-horse teams 
Two-horse pleasure carriages and 

hacks 
Handcarts, etc. . 
Dragwheels 
Free teams 



Total cash foot passengers 
Total free foot passengers 

Total foot passengers carried 



3,385,874 2,639,093 



327,537 

125,024 

3,391 

2,020 


295,971 

123,440 

2,734 

2,719 


45,225 
1,350 

2 


38,028 

881 

2 


7,302 


3,726 



511,851 



467,501 

6,024,082 

885 

6,024,967 



Public Works Department. 



165 



Total cash teams 
Total free teams 

* Total teams carried 



968,324 
11,028 

979,352 



* Note. — Included in above team traffic are: 
20,699 runabout automobiles. 
73,039 touring cars. 
63,480 auto trucks. 



147,218 



Total Travel on Both Ferries from February 1, 
1910, TO January 31, 1915. 





1910-11. 


1911-12, 


1912-13. 


1913-14. 


1914-15. 




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 

63,860 

2,662 

1 


623,508 


Two-horse teams 


248,464 




6,125 


Four-horse teams 


4,739 


Two-horse carriages and hacks 

Two-cent tolls for handcarts, etc 


83.253 

2,231 

4 






Paid teams at both ferries 


934,291 
5,386 


946,144 
8,134 


995,101 
14,541 


969,655 
12,954 


968,324 


Free teams at both ferries 


11,028 






Total teams at both ferries 


939,677 


954,278 


1,009,642 


982,609 


979,352 


Foot passengers, paid 


6,313,696 
3,827 


6,007,367 
3,554 


5,950,153 
2,551 


6,044,507 
2,509 


6,024,082 


Foot passengers, free 


885 








6,317,523 


6,010,921 


5,952,704 


6,047,016 


6,024,967 







166 City Document No. 26. 



APPENDIX C. 



REPORT OF THE DIVISION ENGINEER OF THE 
HIGHWAY DIVISION. 



Boston, February 1, 1915. 

Mr. L. K. Rourke, 

Commissioner of Public Works: 

Dear Sir, — I submit herewith a report of the income, 
expenditures and operations of the Highway Division 
of the PubHc Works Department for the year 1914. 

The total maintenance expenditures of the division 
were as follows: 

Paving Service $1,335,928 95 

Sanitary Service . . . . . . . 1,017,452 66 

Street Cleaning and Oiling Service . . 699,583 62 

Lighting Service . . . . ... 753,811 73 



1,806,776 96 



Paving Service. 

The activities of this service have been the same as in 
the past, namely, the construction and repairs of pave- 
ments, including sidewalks. There are 584.56 miles of 
public streets.- During- the past-year- the wxxrk of laying 
permanent pavements was confined principally to gran- 
ite block on a concrete base and bitulithic, there having 
been 17,000 square yards of the former laid and 55,000 
square yards of the latter, A departure in the method 
of laying bitulithic was tried this season by laying it on 
the old macadam surface instead of a six (6) inch con- 
crete base. The result is very satisfactory with the 
expectation of it being very durable. This form of paving 
was laid on Marlborough street. 

The usual bitulithic construction was followed on 
Clarendon, Eustis, Zeigler and Station streets and other 
smaller areas throughout the city. The granite block 
areas paved were Massachusetts avenue, from New 
England Railroad Bridge to Edward Everett square, 



Public Works Department. 167 

and Atkinson street, which was paved with Hassam 
block. During the past year bitulithic pavement 
increased 3.03 miles and granite block pavement .91 
miles. 

The use of bituminous binders in constructing and 
repairing macadam roads was extended. The depart- 
ment forces of the Paving Service resurfaced with 
bituminous macadam about 300,000 square yards. In 
addition the force has been engaged in setting edgestone 
for artificial stone sidewalks, there being about 55,000 
linear feet set. 

Sanitary Service. 
This service has increased its activities in a consid- 
erable degree. Its equipment has been augmented 
by the addition of two electric trucks which are used for 
long hauls. Several new garbage wagons of a low gear 
dumping body have been built, with a capacity of 110 
cubic feet, and are now in use. The sides of these wagons 
being low, they are more convenient for the men to load 
and are easily dumped. Daily collections of garbage 
which have been in operation since April 1 in the North 
and West End sections of the city have helped in the 
separation of ashes from garbage. Formerly with less 
frequent collections the tenants would place all refuse 
in the same receptacle. 

Street Cleaning and Oiling Service. 
The equipment of this service has been brought up to 
date by the addition of new machine brooms, pressure 
flushers and motor oil sprayers. An innovation which 
gives excellent results and is to be continued is the 
collection of the patrol accumulations in auto trucks. 
These trucks make three or four trips daily, thereby 
doing away with the storing of barrels on the sidewalks. 
The use of various dust layers was repeated and extended 
and various experiments tried in both laying the dust 
and preserving road surfaces. 

Street Lighting Service. 
The most important item of interest during the year 
was the execution of the street lighting contracts. Under 
the new arrangement the city makes a considerable 
saving as there is a reduction of $2.60 for each gas lamp 
and $16 for each electric light. Tungsten lights have 



168 



City Document No. 26. 



been substituted in the South End and part of Roxbury 
for the gas lamps. The maintenance of the boulevard 
lamps on Huntington avenue, between Copley square 
and Massachusetts avenue, has been assumed by the 
city. 

Yours respectfully, 

James H. Sullivan, 

Division Engineer. 



Financial Statement, Highway Division. 

Receipts. 

Appropriation . . $3,700,000 00 

Transferred from Bridge and Ferry Division . 14,766 48 

Transferred from Sewer Service .... 9,271 79 

Revenue : 



Lighting Service . 
Damage to lantern . 
Refund of overpayment 

Paving Service 

Inspectors' services 

Labor and materials furnished 

Removal of snow (Cemetery De 

partment) .... 
Care and feed of horses . 
Sale of old material 
Sale of automobiles, wagons, etc 
Hire of steam roller 
Hire of team .... 
Damage to automobile . 

Sanitary Service . 
Sale of tickets for removal of 

ashes, garbage, etc. 
Labor and materials furnished 
Horse killed on account of glanders 
Care and feed of horses, etc. . 
Repairs to automobile . 
Damage to buggy . 



$1 


00 


197 


87 


$3,787 


00 


13,272 


86 


500 


00 


1,425 


71 


1,293 


32 


800 00 


195 


50 


1 


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50 00 



$54,649 63 

3,603 95 

50 00 

735 20 

264 89 

59 70 



198 87 



21,325 64 



59,363 37 



Street Cleaning and Oiling Service . 
Removing street dirt . $532 00 



Labor and materials furnished 
Watering Chelsea North Bridge 



549 
371 



50 

82 



1,850 81 



Public Works Department. 



169 



Oiling paths in Fairview Cemetery, 
Sale of chloride .... 
Care and feed of horses . 
Sale of hose 



Expenditures. 
Lighting Service .... $753,811 73 
Paving Service .... 1,335,928 95 
Sanitary Service .... 1,017,452 66 
Street Cleaning and Oiling Service, 699,583 62 



$259 94 




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75 




$3,806,776 96 



},806,776 96 



Special Appropriations. 





Balances 

from 
1913 14. 


Expenditures 
for 1914-15. 


Balances 
Unexpended. 




» $296,411 48 






Highways, Making of 


$326,915 23 
13,972 33 






14,567 86 
6,988 18 

> 23,000 00 
15,583 32 
15,000 00 

< 23,000 00 


2 $595 53 


Tunnel under railroad tracks between Boyls- 


6,988 18 


ton and Green streets. 








15,583 32 






15,000 00 


Refuse Transfer Station 


3,096 63 
11,628 60 


19,903 37 






East First street extension 




8,935 25 






26,875 10 

62,273 01 

20,620 48 

98 91 

696 29 




Norfolk street widening 












Thatcher street extension 


919 33 
700 00 


6 820 42 




6 3 71 







1 Transferred to Coal Pocket 

Transferred to Fireproof Storage Building . , 
Transferred to Long Island, Improvements. 



$95,000 00 

3,000 00 

198,411 48 

$296,411 48 



2 Transferred to Hospital Buildings, Improvements. . 

' Transferred to Refuse Transfer Station 

* Transferred from Everett street, Brighton, property . 

' Transferred to Hyde Park avenue, Hyde Park 

6 Transferred to city treasury 



$595 53 

23,000 00 

23,000 00 

820 42 

3 71 



170 



City Document No. 26. 



HIGHWAY DIVISION — LIGHTING SERVICE. 

Financial Statement. 
Expenditures, February 1, 1914, to January 31, 1915. 
Electric Lighting: 

Arc. 

Edison Electric Illuminating 

Company 

Charlestown Gas and Electric 

Company 



Incandescent. 

Edison Electric Illuminating 
Company 

Charlestown Gas and Electric 
Company . . . . . 

Gas Lighting: 

Boston Consolidated Gas Com- 
pany 

Charlestown Gas and Electric 



$427,877 


72 




27,542 


08 


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),712 18 



Company .... 


3,379 67 




East Boston Gas Company 


100 91 




Rising Sun Street Lighting Com- 




pany ... 


. 151,427 75 




City lighting and care , 


1,288 60 


215,909 11 


Salaries and Wages: 






Division engineer (part of) . 


.. $1,187 51 




Supervisor 


1,725 00 




Inspectors .... 


880 00 




Messengers and watchmen . 


2,014 67 




Engineers on tests . . . 


20 00 


5,827 18 






Automobile Expenses: 






Gasolene, oil, etc. . . . 


$57 04 




Storage . . . . . 


70 50 




Tubes and shoes, new and repair 


s, 37 42 




Supplies 


26 33 




Registration .... 


20 50 




Repairs 


88 90 




Wages of chauffeur 


567 00 


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Public Works Department. 171 



Construction: 

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


$1,577 68 

3 00 

14 99 


$1,595 67 
363 52 

77 65 
250 85 


Horse Keeping: 

Horse keeping, shoeing, repairs, etc. 

Printing, etc.: 

Printing 

Postage 

Stationery and periodicals . 


$36 55 
10 00 
31 10 


Miscellaneous: 

Traveling expenses 
Telephone rentals, etc. 

Atlas 

Stenographer's report of public 

hearings 

Tools, etc 

Testing lamps . . 


$98 40 
34 70 
36 50 

72 90 
1 35 
7 00 




al Revenue. 

$1,200 00 
139 00 


Total 

Revenue Credited to Gener 

Rent of shop, Albany street 
Sale of scrap iron .... 


$753,811 73 
$1,339 00 







The following is a statement of the work done during 
the year under the supervision of the supervisor of 
street lighting: 

The installation of arc and tungsten lamps in that 
section of Roxbury northerly from Dudley, Roxbury 
and Tremont streets has been completed. 

Twenty-three magnetite arc lamps of the boulevard 
type on Huntington avenue, formerly paid for by the 
abutters, have been taken over by the city and placed 
on the regular all night schedule. 

The inverted mantle gas lamps maintained by the 
city have been discontinued and the fixtures removed. 
Welsbach mantle lamps have been substituted for them. 

Arc lamps have been provided for skating during the 
season at Franklin Field and Wood Island Park. 



172 



City Document No. 26. 



The average amount of regulation and relocation of 
lamps and services made necessary by street con- 
struction, building of sewers and other works has been 
conducted throughout the year. 

Petitions and requests for new lamps received from 
citizens and from officials, also complaints in relation 
to the lighting service, have been investigated and 
attended to. All streets in the underground district 
prescribed for the year 1914 have been inspected and 
the necessary changes and additions have been made. 

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



Public streets and alleys 

Public footways 

Park roads, footways and private streets and alleys, 
approximately 



Miles. 

584.56 
1.14 

300.00 

885.70 



During the year 1,836 defects in the gas lamps were 
reported by the inspectors (first three months of the 
year), and the following defects were reported by the 
police: Arc lamp, 5,068; incandescent lamps, 1,489, 
and gas lamps, 968. 



Lamps Installed. 
Magnetite arc lamps 
Tungsten lamps 
Tungsten lamps relighted 
Single mantle gas lamps . 
Single mantle gas lamps relighted 
Fire alarm gas lamps 



Lamps Discontinued. 
Gilbert arc lamps 
Magnetite arc lamps 
Flame arc lamps 
Tungsten lamps 
Single mantle gas lamps 
Inverted mantle gas lamps 
Fire alarm gas lamps 



Net increase 



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4 

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524 

158 

27 



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The following table shows the number of lamps of the 
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with the number in use on January 1, 1914: 



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1915. 



January, 
1914. 



Increase or 
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Fire alarm gas 

Magnetite arc . 

Gilbert arc 

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Tungsten incandescent. 
Carbon incandescent . . . 



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157 

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18.496 



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out before the proper time have been received on the 
various monthly bills, as follows: 



Date. 



Incandescent. 



Gas. 



Arc. 



February, 1914 

March 

April 

May 

June 

July 

August 

September 

October 

November 

December 

January, 1915. 

Totals 



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78 
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2 78 
5 53 

3 47 



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16 35 

48 63 

6 64 

6 05 



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6 46 



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280 67 
299 86 

119 88 
110 47 

55 38 
36 48 
66 44 
115 16 
54 19 

120 40 
80 16 



$60 42 



$103 47 



L,752 87 



Gas Lighting. 

There are in use 9,579 single mantle gas lamps, 95 
double mantle lamps, 17 triple mantle lamps and 145 
open flame fire alarm signal lamps. 

The city furnishes the lamp-posts. The gas companies 
set the lamp-posts and provide service pipes laid from 
the gas mains to the top of the posts, maintain all such 



Public Works Department. 



175 



pipes and posts in good condition and repair; furnishes 
gas, lanterns, burners and all other necessary equipment, 
also the labor for lighting and care. 

The Lighting Service provides for the gas, lighting and 
care of the fire alarm signal lamps, and the Fire Depart- 
ment for lanterns, posts, the setting and repair of same. 



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There are in use 4,923 magnetite arc lamps, 26 flame 
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3 125-watt and 3 400- watt tungsten lamps and 15 carbon 
incandescent lamps. 

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except the lamp-posts for incandescent lamps supplied 
from underground circuits, furnish lamps, overhead 
wires, underground conduits, cables and connections 
and all other necessary equipment and maintain them 
in good condition and repair. 

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Description of Lamp. 


Fixed Costs 
per Lamp 
per Year. 


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Costs per 

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1,600 candle power Thoran 500 watt D. C. arc lamp 


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A discount of 10 per cent is made on the above rates 
for lamps in all sections of the city. A deduction at the 
rate of 1 cent per hour for lamps of 100 candle power 
or less and 5 cents per hour for all other lamps is made 
for outages. 



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HIGHWAY DIVISION. (Paving Service.) 

The following is a description of the most important 
work done during the year: 

Granite Block Pavement. 

Greenleaf street, from Leon street to Huntington avenue, is 
about 350 feet in length. (See "Assessment Streets.") 

Massachusetts avenue, from near the Midland Division Rail- 
road Bridge to Columbia road, is about 2,347 feet in length. 
The contract for paving this street, except the street car tracks, 
with special cut granite blocks on a concrete base, with cement 
grout joints, was awarded to the Jeremiah J. McCarthy Com- 
pany May 22, 1914. The contractor also hauled and set edge- 
stone and constructed artificial stone sidewalks on the easterly 
side. The northerly side of Columbia road at the intersection 
of Massachusetts avenue and the intersection of East Cottage 
street was also paved as above. The city furnished the new 
straight edgestone, corners and flagging at the South End Pav- 
ing Yard, Albany street. The contractor reset edgestone, 
relaid brick sidewalks, hauled old granite blocks to the Massa- 
chusetts avenue lot, did the necessary excavating and hauled 
the surplus material to Old Colony avenue, between Hyde 
street and Mt. Vernon street, and furnished all other necessary 
materials required to do the work. The artificial stone side- 
walks were laid under a five (5) year maintenance guaranty. 
The former surface of the street was macadam. 

Shirley street, from Norfolk avenue about 500 feet northerly. 
The contract to pave this street with granite block, with grout 
joints on a gravel bed, was awarded to James Doherty July 30, 
1914. The contractor removed the three (3) foot granite block 
gutters and crosswalks, regulated the edgestone and brick side- 
walks, did the excavating and relaid considerable of the granite 
block gutters and flagging crosswalks beyond the limits of the 
grout paving and furnished all materials necessary to do the 
work not furnished by the city. The city furnished the granite 
paving blocks, flagging crosswalks and sidewalk brick on the 
line of the work. The former surface of the street was macadam. 

Hassam Block Pavement. 
Atkinson street, from Southampton street to South Bay 
avenue, is about 871 feet in length. The contract for paving 
this street with Hassam block pavement, on a concrete base, 
was awarded to the Simpson Brothers Corporation May 22, 
1914. The contractor also set the edgestone and graded the 
sidewalks. The straight edgestone, corners and flagging were 
furnished by the city at the South End Paving Yard, Albany 



Public Works Department. 181 

street, and hauled by the contractor. The circular edgestone 
was furnished by the city on the Ime of the work. The contrac- 
tor did the excavating and hauled the surplus material to Old 
Colony avenue, between Hyde street and Mt. Vernon street, 
and furnished all other materials necessary to do the work. 
The former surface of the street was macadam. 

Langdon street, from Norfolk avenue to George street, is 
about 589 feet in length. (See ''Assessment Streets.") 

Asphalt Pavement. 

Court square, from Court street for a distance of 382 feet on 
the east and west sides, respectively, was resurfaced with Acme 
asphalt by Warren Brothers Company, under their contract 
dated February 20, 1914. This pavement was laid under a five 
(5) year maintenance guaranty, on a new six (6) inch Portland 
cement concrete base laid by the Paving Service forces. This 
work was done to replace the asphalt pavement broken out on 
account of the construction of the new City Hall Annex. The 
Paving Service forces did the excavating and laid the concrete 
base. The contractor furnished and laid the one and one-half 
(1|) inches of bitummous concrete binder and one and one-half 
(1|) inches of Acme asphalt wearing surface, besides furnishing 
some extra binder required. 

Long avenue, from Commonwealth avenue to Allston street, 
is about 790 feet in length. (See "Assessment Streets.") 

Whitfield street, from Norfolk street to Talbot avenue, is 
about 536 feet in length. (See "Assessment Streets.") 

Wood Block Pavement. 
Pleasant street, from Eliot street to Washington street, is 
about 1,673 feet in length. (See "Assessment Streets.") 

BiTULiTHic Pavement. 

Avery street, from Washington street to Tremont street, is 
about 440 feet in length. (See "Assessment Streets.") 

Browning avenue, from Bernard street to Wales street, is 
about 803 feet in length. (See "Assessment Streets.") 

Clarendon street, from Columbus avenue to Tremont street, 
about 1,191 feet in length, was paved with two (2) inches of 
bitulithic pavement on a six (6) inch Portland cement concrete 
base, under a five (5) year maintenance guaranty, by the Warren 
Brothers Company, under its contract dated August 6, 1914. 
The contractors reset the edgestone, relaid the brick sidewalks 
and laid the crosswalks on a concrete base with pitch joints. 
The city furnished the new straight edgestone at the South End 
Paving Yard, Albany street, and the new circular edgestone and 
sidewalk bricks on the line of work. The contractors furnished 
all other materials necessary to do the work and hauled the old 
materials to the Massachusetts avenue lot. The former surface 
of the street was macadam. 



182 City Document No. 26. 

Dartmouth street, from Newbury street to the northerly street 
Ime of PubHc Alley No. 440, is about 118 feet m length. A con- 
tract for surfacing this street with bitulithic wearing surface was 
awarded to Warren Brothers Company October 15, 1914. The 
old concrete base having been brought up to the proper grade, 
Warren Brothers resurfaced the street with two (2) inches of 
bituhthic wearing surface which was laid under a five (5) year 
maintenance guaranty. This work was made necessary by the 
Transit Commission bringing that section of the street from 
Boylston street to Public Alley No. 440 up to the proper grade, 
in making repairs after the subway was completed. 

Dillaway street, from Dix place to Hollis street, is about 265 
feet in length. (See "Assessment Streets.") 

Dix place, from Washington street to Tremont street, is about 
436 feet in length. This street was paved with a bitulithic 
wearing surface by Warren Brothers Company. The Paving 
Service forces did the excavating, regulated the edgestone and 
brick sidewalks where necessary and laid a six (6) inch Portland 
cement concrete base. The city furnished all materials except 
the bitulithic surface, which was furnished by the Warren 
Brothers Company. 

Dorchester street, from Rogers street 146 feet westerly, was 
surfaced with two (2) inches of bitulithic on the old macadam 
surface by the Warren Brothers Company, under their contract 
dated October 29, 1914. The city removed the old block 
gutters, repaved the granite block brows along the car tracks 
and regulated the edgestone and old macadam surface and made 
everything ready for the new bitulithic surface. The pavement 
was laid under a five (5) year maintenance guaranty. 

Eustis street, from Dearborn street to Magazine street, about 
1,981 feet in length, was paved with bitulithic on a six (6) inch 
Portland cement concrete base by John F. Beatty, under his 
contract dated June 26, 1914. This pavement was laid under 
a five (5) year maintenance guaranty. The contractor also 
reset the edgestone and relaid the brick sidewalks. The city 
furnished the straight edgestone, corners and flagging at the 
South End Paving Yard, Albany street, and circular edgestone 
and new sidewalk bricks on the line of the work. The contractor 
furnished all other materials necessary to do the work, did the 
necessary excavating and hauled the surplus old paving blocks 
to the Massachusetts avenue lot. The former surface of the 
street was macadam. 

Harvard avenue, from Commonwealth avenue to Cambridge 
street, is about 1,854 feet m length. (See "Assessment 
Streets.") 

Marlborough street, from Clarendon street to Massachusetts 
avenue, is about 3,485 feet m length. The contract for sur- 
facing the old macadam roadway with a two (2) inch bitu- 
minous top surface, under a five (5) year maintenance guaranty, 
was awarded to James Doherty June 1, 1914. The contractor 



Public Works Department. 183 

removed the old granite block gutters and flagging crosswalks 
which crossed the street and shaped up the macadam surface. 
The Paving Service forces reset the edgestone and relaid the 
brick sidewalks where necessary and relaid the flagging cross- 
walks across the side streets. The city furnished everything 
except the bituminous top. The contract was extended from 
Massachusetts avenue to Charlesgate east, a distance of about 
640 feet. 

Norfolk street, from Washington street to New York, New 
Haven & Hartford Railroad Bridge (near Corbet street) , is about 
4,208 feet in length. (See "Assessment Streets.") 

St. Francis de Sales street, from Cabot street to Roxbury 
street, is about 458 feet in length. (See "Assessment Streets.") 

Station street, from Columbus avenue to Parker street, about 
628 feet in length, was paved with two (2) inches of bitulithic 
on a six (6) inch Portland cement concrete base, under a five (5) 
year maintenance guaranty, by John F. Beatty, under a con- 
tract dated September 24, 1914. The contractor reset the edge- 
stone, laid the flaggmg crosswalks with pitch joints on a six 
(6) inch concrete base, and furnished and laid artificial stone 
sidewalks under a five (5) year mamtenance guaranty. The city 
furnished the new straight edgestone and flaggmg at the South 
End Paving Yard, Albany street, and the circular edgestone on 
the Ime of the work. The contractor did the excavatmg and 
hauled the surplus materials to the Massachusetts avenue lot. 
The contractor furnished all other materials necessary to the 
work. This street was formerly paved with granite block on 
a gravel base with gravel joints. 

Trescott street, from Pleasant street to Bakersfield street, 
is about 406 feet in length. (See "Assessment Streets.") 

Washington street, from Armandine street to Mora street, is 
about 693 feet in length. (See "Assessment Streets.") 

Zeigler street, from Warren street to Dearborn street, about 
1,073 feet in length, was paved with bitulithic on a Portland 
cement concrete base b}^ John F. Beatty, under his contract 
dated June 26, 1914. This pavement was laid under a five (5) 
year maintenance guaranty. The contractor also reset the 
edgestone and relaid the brick sidewalks. The city furnished 
the straight edgestone, corners, and flagging at the South End 
Paving Yard, Albany street, and the circular edgestone and 
sidewalk brick on the line of work. The contractor furnished 
all other materials necessary to do the work, did the excavating 
and hauled the surplus materials and paving blocks to the 
Massachusetts avenue lot.. The former surface of the street 
was macadam. 

Taric Compound Pavement. 
Blossom street, from Cambridge street to Parkman street, is 
about 370 feet in length. A contract to furnish and lay a two (2) 
inch taric pavement was awarded to the Independent Coal Tar 



184 City Document No. 26. 

Company, July 28, 1914. The city regulated the old edgestone 
and granite block gutters where necessary and the old macadam 
surface was removed and shaped up for the new taric surface. 
This surface consists of two (2) inches of taric compound laid as 
follows: No. 2 trap rock mixed with taric composition, in 
about the proportion of twenty (20) gallons to the cubic yard 
of stone, is placed and rolled to a depth of one and one-half (1|) 
inches in thickness; on top of this the finish coat is put on, which 
consists of one (1) part clean, sharp sand, mixed with one (1) 
part pea stone, and to this is added the taric composition heated 
to 250 to 275 degrees Fahrenheit and mixed in the proportion 
of from 48 to 52 gallons of the composition to a cubic yard of 
the sand and stone. This mixture is spread and thoroughly 
rolled so that the two (2) coats combined shall be two (2) mches 
thick when completed. This surface is under a one (1) year 
maintenance guaranty. 

Kennard avenue, from Allen street to Poplar street, is about 
358 feet in length. The Paving Service forces reset the edge- 
stone, relaid the granite block gutters and sidewalks and 
prepared the old macadam surface for the new finished sur- 
face which was laid by the Independent Coal Tar Company 
under their contract dated July 17, 1914, and laid as described 
above. 

North Anderson street, from Cambridge street to Parkman 
street, is about 447 feet in length. A contract to furnish and 
lay a two (2) inch taric pavement surface on this street was 
awarded to the Independent Coal Tar Company, August 1, 
1914. The Paving Service forces regulated the old edgestone, 
flagging crosswalks and reset the brick sidewalks and pre- 
pared the old macadam surface for the taric pavement. The 
contractors furnished and laid the taric pavement as described 
above. 

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 acts in amendment or in addition 
thereto : 

Armingion 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 m length. The 
contract for constructing the surface 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. 
It was resumed April 7, 1914, and completed May 4, 1914. 
The work of construction, with the exception of the artificial 
stone sidewalks, was completed in 1913. The sidewalks were 
built this year under a five (5) year maintenance guaranty. 

Avery street, from Washington street to Tremont street, 
about 440 feet in length, was widened and constructed by 
Coleman Brothers, under their contract dated May 7, 1914. 



Public Works Department. 185 

Work was begun June 4, 1914, and completed November 6, 
1914. It is a forty (40) foot street with seven (7) foot artificial 
stone sidewalks and a bitulithic roadway on a six (6) inch 
Portland cement concrete base. The contractor removed the 
old walls and buildmg materials left by the building wreckers, 
filled in the old cellar holes, and did the necessary excavating. 
The contractor also constructed the necessary sewers and 
laid and relaid the water pipes, laid the high pressure fire 
pipes, and paved the roadway with a two (2) inch bitulithic 
pavement on a six (6) inch Portland cement concrete base and 
furnished and laid the artificial stone sidewalks. In con- 
nection with this work the contractor widened the Washington 
street roadway at the corner of Avery street, relaid the wooden 
block pavement out as far as the car tracks, and paved the 
intersection of Mason street with bitulithic. The city fur- 
nished the straight edgestone, corners and flaggmg at the 
South End Pavmg Yard, Albany street, and the circular edge- 
stone and granite pavmg blocks on the line of the work. All 
other materials for the surface work were furnished by the 
contractor. The artificial stone sidewalks and bitulithic road- 
way were laid under a five (5) year mamtenance guaranty. 
The former surface of the street was granite block. 

Ballou avenue, from Woodrow avenue to Willowwood street, 
is about 2,235 feet in length. The contract for constructing 
the surface of this street was awarded to the Jeremiah J. 
McCarthy Company November 10, 1913. Work was begun 
March 27, 1914, and completed July 1, 1914. It is a forty (40) 
foot street with an asphalt macadam roadway, flagging cross- 
walks, granite edgestone and artificial stone sidewalks. The 
straight edgestone, corners, flaggmg and paving block 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 necessary to do the work were 
furnished by the contractor. The artificial stone sidewalks 
were laid under a five (5) year mamtenance guaranty. 

Binney street, from Longwood avenue to Francis street, is 
about 874 feet in length. The contract for constructing the 
surface of this street was awarded to J. C. Coleman & Sons 
Company November 28, 1913. Work was begun March 16, 
1914, and completed June 3, 1914. It is a forty (40) foot 
street with a six (6) mch asphalt macadam roadway, granite 
edgestone and fiagging crosswalks; the three (3) foot granite 
block gutters called for m the contract were omitted and 
asphalt macadam substituted. The sidewalks, seven (7) feet 
wide, were laid with artificial stone under a five (5) year main- 
tenance guaranty. The city furnished the straight edgestone, 
corners and fiagging for crosswalks at the South End Paving 
Yard, Albany street, granite pavmg blocks at the Massachu- 
setts avenue lot and the circular edgestone on the line of the 
work. 



186 City Document Xo. 26. 

Bournedde street, from Park street to ]\Ielville avenue, is 
about 780 feet iii length. The contract for constructmg the 
surface of this street was awarded to James Doherty Novem- 
ber 11, 1914. Work was begun November 16, 1914, and sus- 
pended December 7, 1914. It is a fifty (50) foot street ^-ith 
a tar macadam roadway, flagging crosswalks, granite edgestOne, 
with an eight (8) foot sidewalk on the east side and a fifteen 
(15) foot sidewalk on the west side. The easterly sidewalk is 
crushed stone from Park street to withm about 150 feet north 
of ]\Ielville avenue; the remammg distance will be artificial 
stone. The westerly sidewalk will consist of a five (5) foot 
artificial stone walk and a ten (10) foot loam space. The 
straight edgestone, corners, flagging and paving block were 
furnished by the city and hauled by the contractor. The 
circular edgestone was furnished by the city on the Ime of the 
work. All other materials were furnished by the contractor. 
The surplus excavation was hauled to the ^lill street dump. 
The construction was completed, excepting the artificial stone 
sidewalk and the loam spaces. The work was suspended on 
account of cold weather and will be resumed in the spring. 

Brookdale street, from Florence street to Sj'camore street, is 
about 821 feet in length. The contract for constructing the 
surface of this street was awarded to ]\Iartmo De]\Iatteo 
June 8, 1914. Work was begmi Jmie 19, 1914, and completed 
August 15, 1914. It is a thirty-five (35) foot street, with a 
six (6) inch tar macadam roadway, flaggmg crosswalks, granite 
edgestone and artificial stone sidewalks, six (6) feet in width, 
laid under a five (5) year mamtenance guaranty. The straight 
edgestone, flaggmg and pa\'ing 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. 

Browning avenue, from Bernard street to Wales street, is 
about 803 feet m length. The contract for constructmg the 
surface of this street was awarded to Hugh J. ]\IcGuu-e October 
27, 1914. Work was begun October 21, 1914, and completed 
December 16, 1914. It is a forty-foot street -^-ith a bitulithic 
roadway on a six (6) inch concrete base with flagging cross- 
walks, granite edgestone and seven (7) foot artificial stone 
sidewalks. The straight edgestone and flagging were furnished 
by the citj' and hauled by the contractor. All the other mate- 
rials were furnished by the contractor. The surplus excava- 
tion was hauled to ^lorton street by the contractor. The 
artificial stone sidewalks and bitulithic pavement were laid 
under a five (5) year maintenance guaranty. 

C street. South Boston, from Old Colony avenue across 
Baxter street, is about 113 feet iu length. This street was 
constructed by the Pavmg Service forces. It is a fifty-foot 
street, with a brick sidewalk eight (8) feet in width, granite 
edgestone, three-foot granite block gutters and a six (6) inch 



Public Works Department. 187 

tar macadam roadway. This portion of C street had never 
been built. The city furnished all the material necessary to 
do the work. 

Clermont street, from Bailey street to Fuller street, is about 
314 feet in length. The contract for constructing the surface 
of this street was awarded to James Doherty October 27, 

1913. Work was begun May 19, 1914, and completed June 4, 

1914. It is a thirty (30) foot street with an asphalt macadam 
roadway, three (3) foot granite block gutters, flagging cross- 
walks, granite edgestone and five-foot artificial stone side- 
walks. The straight edgestoiie, flagging and paving blocks 
were furnished by the city and hauled by the contractor. 
The circular edgestone was furnished by the city on the Ime 
of the work. All other materials were furnishecl by the con- 
tractor. The artificial stone sidewalks were laid under a five 
(5) year maintenance guaranty. 

Clement avenue, from Meredith street to Anawan avenue, is 
about 1,085 feet in length. The contract for constructmg the 
surface of this street was awarded to the West Roxbur}'^ Trap 
Rock Company August 18, 1914. Work was begun Sep- 
tember 28, 1914, and completed November 30, 1914. It is a 
forty (40) foot street with a six (6) mch asphalt macadam 
roadway, flaggmg crosswalks, granite edgestone and artificial 
stone sidewalks with seeded loam spaces. The sidewalk from 
Meredith street to the angle is eight (8) feet wide with a five 
(5) foot artificial stone walk and loam space, and from the 
angle to Anawan avenue is seven (7) feet wide with a four 
and one-half (4|) foot artificial stone walk and loam space. 
The artificial stone sidewalks were laid under a five (5) year 
mamtenance guaranty. The edgestone from Anawan avenue 
to Kenneth street on the southerly side was set on a crushed 
stone and concrete foundation. The straight edgestone, 
corners and flaggmg 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. 

Colonial avenue, from Talbot avenue to New England 
avenue, is about 923 feet in length. The contract for con- 
structing the surface of this street was awarded to James 
Doherty November 19, 1913. Work was begun March 23, 
1914, and completed May 23, 1914. It is a forty (40) foot 
street with an asphalt macadam roadway, three (3) foot 
granite block gutters, flagging crosswalks, granite edgestone 
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 citj" 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. 

Cottage street, from Grove street to Porter street, is about 
514 feet in length, and Lubec street, from Gove street to Porter 



188 City Document No. 26. 

street, is about 555 feet in length. The contract for construct- 
ing these streets was awarded James Doherty November 19, 

1913. Work was begun April 6, 1914, and completed May 19, 

1914. They are fifty (50) foot streets with six (6) mch tar 
macadam roadways, 3-foot granite block gutters, flagging 
crosswalks, granite edgestone and eight (8) foot brick side- 
walks. The circular edgestone and sidewalk bricks were fur- 
nished by the city on the line of the work. All other materials 
were furnished by the contractor. 

Grossman 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; was resumed May 22, 1914, and 
completed May 26, 1914. It is a forty (40) foot street with 
a six (6) inch tar macadam roadway, three (3) foot granite 
block gutters, flagging crosswalks and granite edgestone with 
a seven (7) foot artificial stone sidewalk on the north side and 
a seven (7) foot crushed stone sidewalk on the south side. 
The work, excepting the artificial stone sidewalks, was com- 
pleted during the season of 1913. The artificial stone side- 
walks were laid under a five (5) year maintenance guaranty. 
The contractor furnished all the material for the same. 

Denton terrace, from Washmgton street to Kittredge street, is 
about 699 feet m length. The contract for constructmg the 
surface of this street was awarded to John F. Lynch July 18, 
1914. Work was begun August 3, 1914, and completed Septem- 
ber 25, 1914. It is a 40-foot street with a 6-inch tar macadam 
roadway, 3-foot granite block gutters, flagging crosswalks, 
granite edgestone and seven (7) foot artificial stone sidewalks, 
laid under a five (5) year maintenance guaranty. A portion 
of the edgestone was set on crushed stone and concrete founda- 
tion. The straight edgestone, flagging and granite block were 
furnished by the city and hauled by the contractor. The 
circular edgestone was furnished by the city on the Ime of the 
work. All other materials were furnished by the contractor. 

Deering road, from Blue Hill avenue to Harvard street, is 
about 1,390 feet in length. The contract for constructing the 
surface of this street was awarded to J. C. Coleman & Sons 
Company December 29, 1914. Work was begun January 
6, 1915, on the rough grading and will probably continue 
through the winter. 

Dillaway street, from Dix place to Hollis street, is about 265 
feet m length. It was paved with a two (2) mch bitulithic 
surface on a six (6) mch Portland cement concrete base, under 
a five (5) year guaranty by James Doherty, under his contract 
dated July 9, 1914. Work was begun July 13, 1914, and 
completed August 17, 1914. This is a twenty-four (24) foot 
street with sidewalks 4.2 feet wide. The grade of this street 
was lowered considerably and the contractor did the excavatmg. 



Public Works Department. 189 

removed old walls and built brick retaining walls in front of the 
buildings where the grade was lowered. He also set and reset 
the edgestone, laid a crosswalk and furnished and laid artificial 
stone sidewalks under a five (5) year maintenance guaranty. 
The city furnished the straight edgestone and flaggmg at the 
South End Pavmg Yard, Albany street, and the circular edge- 
stone and sidewalk brick on the line of the work. The contrac- 
tor furnished all other materials required to do the work. 

Dorchester avenue, at Adams street, a portion of the roadway 
on Dorchester avenue from Adams street to 110 feet northerly 
and the triangle between Dorchester avenue and Adams street, 
was constructed by the Pavmg Service forces. Work was 
begun September 25, 1914, and completed November 28, 1914. 
The roadway is paved with granite blocks on a gravel base, 
with flagging crosswalks, granite edgestone and a ten (10) foot 
brick sidewalk. 

Edgemont street, from South street to Ainsworth street, is 
about 512 feet in length. The contract for constructing the 
surface of this street was awarded to Martmo DeMatteo 
October 17, 1914. Work was begun October 30, 1914, and 
suspended December 9, 1914. It is a forty (40) foot street with 
a six (6) inch tar macadam roadway, three (3) foot granite block 
gutters, flagging crosswalks, granite edgestone and artificial 
stone sidewalks, seven (7) feet in width, laid under a five (5) 
year maintenance guaranty. The work of construction was 
practically completed this season. The straight edgestone, 
corners and granite blocks were furnished by the city and 
hauled by the contractor. All other materials were furnished 
by the contractor. Work will be resumed as soon as the 
weather permits in the spring. 

East First street. The contract for building a wall about 
180 feet in length across the water passageway on the northerly 
line of East First street and furnishing the material to fill that 
portion of the dock inclosed by the wall was awarded to John 
Cashman & Sons October 17, 1914. Work was begun October 
26, 1914, and has been nearly completed this season. A small 
portion of the fill is yet to be made and the face of the wall to be 
painted and the fence finished. The work will be carried on 
without interruption until completed. 

Frankfort street, from Neptune road to Bennington street, is 
about 947 feet in length. The contract for constructmg the 
surface of this street was awarded to Martino DeMatteo 
October 8, 1914. Work was begun October 20, 1914, and 
suspended January 16, 1915. The rough gradmg and a part of 
the fill has been completed and about 400 feet of edgestone 
set this season. Work was suspended on account of cold 
weather and will be resumed in the spring. 

Gayland street, from West Cottage street to Judson street, is 
about 603 feet m length. The contract for constructmg the 
surface of this street was awarded to James Doherty October 



190 City Document No. 26. 

11, 1913. Work was commenced December 22, 1913, and 
suspended December 30, 1913. Work was resumed April 7, 

1914, and completed May 22, 1914. It is a forty (40) foot 
street, with a six (6) inch tar macadam roadway, three (3) foot 
granite block gutters, flagging crosswalks and seven (7) foot 
artificial stone sidewalks. The straight edgestone, corners, 
flagging and paving blocks were furnished bj^ 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. 

Greenleaf street, from Leon street to Huntington avenue, is 
about 350 feet in length. The contract for constructmg this 
street was awarded to John F. Beatty November 23, 1914. 
Work was begun December 2, 1914, and suspended January 4, 

1915. A concrete retaining wall and iron fence has been built 
in front of the buildings on the street on account of the grade 
of the street having been raised. IMost of the edgestone has 
been set. The cit}" furnished the straight edgestone at the 
South End Paving Yard and the contractor furnished all other 
materials used. The contract "u-ill be completed earlj^ in the 
spring. 

Harvard avenue, from Commonwealth avenue to Cambridge 
street, about 1,854 feet in length, was paved with two (2) mches 
of bituhthic on a six (6) inch Portland cement concrete base, 
under a five (5) year maintenance guaranty, by Coleman 
Brothers, mider their contract dated September 12, 1913. 
Work was begun April 30, 1914, and completed August 7, 1914. 
This street as rebuilt is 60 feet in width from Cambridge street 
to Brighton avenue and from Brighton avenue to Common- 
wealth avenue it is 65 feet wide; the sidewalks are eight (8) 
feet wide. The contractor removed the trees and stone walls, 
did the excavating and hauled the old surplus materials to the 
Brighton Paving Yard, set and reset the edgestone furnished 
and laid the artificial stone sidewalks under a five (5) year 
maintenance guaranty. The street car track location, mcludmg 
the brows and dummy, was paved ^^dth four (4) inch wood blocks 
on a six (6) inch Portland cement concrete base with a sand bed 
and the rails were plastered with mortar. The city furnished 
the new straight edgestone and corners at the South End Pavmg 
Yard, Albany street, the flaggmg from Pleasant street and the 
Brighton Paving Yard and the circular edgestone on the line 
of the work. The contractor furnished all other materials neces- 
sary to do the work. 

Haverford street, from Montebello road about 100 feet south- 
erly, was constructed by James Doherty, under contract dated 
October 31, 1913. Work was begun March 24, 1914, and com- 
pleted Maj^ 15, 1914. It is a thirty (30) foot street with a six 
(6) inch tar macadam roadway-, three (3) foot granite block 
gutters, flagging crosswalks, granite edgestone and artificial 



Public Works Department. 191 

stone sidewalks, five (5) feet in Avidth, laid under a five (5) 
year maintenance guaranty. The artificial stone sidewalk on 
the easterly corner of Montebello road was reconstructed. 
The straight edgestone, flagging and granite 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. 

Henshaw street, at and near Cambridge street, for a length of 
about 234 feet, was constructed and widened. Work was begun 
April 16, 1914, and completed August 7, 1914. The Paving 
Service forces did the excavating and widening, set the edge- 
stone and built the tar macadam roadway. A contract for 
furnishing and laying artificial stone sidewalks was awarded to 
Harvey F. Armington, Incorporated, June 26, 1914, under a 
five (5) year maintenance guaranty. The contractor furnished 
all materials necessary to build the walk. 

Houston street, from Montview street to Crest street, is about 
380 feet in length. The contract for constructing the surface 
of this street was awarded to Martino DeMatteo October 17, 
1914. Work was begun October 22, 1914, and completed 
November 27, 1914. It is a thirty-six (36) foot street with a 
six (6) inch tar macadam roadway, three (3) foot granite block 
gutters, flagging crosswalks, granite edgestone and six (6) foot 
sidewalks, having a four (4) foot artificial stone walk with seeded 
loam space. The artificial stone sidewalks were laid under a 
five (5) year maintenance guaranty. The straight edgestone, 
corners, flagging and granite 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. 

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

Jewett street, from Neponset avenue to Mt. Hope street, is 
about 753 feet in length. The contract for constructing the 
surface of this street was awarded to Martino DeMat'teo 
October 27, 1914. Work was begun November 16, 1914, and 
suspended December 18, 1914. This street is from twenty (20) 
to twenty-three (23) feet in width and is to have a six (6) inch 
tar macadam roadway, flaggmg crosswalks, granite edgestone 
and artificial stone sidewalks. The work done this season has 
consisted of setting edgestone, laying flagging crosswalks and 
placing cinder foundation for sidewalks. Work will be resumed 
as early in the spring as weather conditions will permit. The 
straight edgestone, corners, flagging and granite 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. 

Juliette street, from Homes avenue to Fox street, is about 
528 feet in length. The construction of the street is being done 
by the Paving Service forces. Work was begun October 26, 



192 City Document No. 26. 

1914, and suspended December 19, 1914. It is to be a forty 
(40) foot street, with a tar macadam roadway, three (3) foot 
granite block gutters, flagging crosswalks, granite edgestone 
and a seven (7) foot sidewalk on the east side and a ten (10) 
foot sidewalk on the west side. The street is practically com- 
pleted with the exception of the sidewalks. 

Kittredge street, from Metropolitan avenue to Cornell street, 
is about 902 feet in length. The contract for constructmg the 
surface of this street was awarded to Martino DeMatteo 
August 14, 1914. Work was begun August 19, 1914, and com- 
pleted October 31, 1914. It is a forty (40) foot street with a 
six (6) inch tar macadam roadway, granite block gutters, 
flagging crosswalks, granite edgestone and artificial stone side- 
walks, seven (7) feet in width, laid under a five (5) year main- 
tenance guaranty. A portion of the edgestone was set on a 
crushed stone and concrete foundation. The straight edge- 
stone, 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. 

Lawndale terrace, from Lamartine street to Amory street, is 
about 419 feet m 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; 
work was resumed May 15, 1914, and completed May 19, 1914. 
The work done this year consisted in laymg artificial stone side- 
walks, which were laid under a five (5) year maintenance 
guaranty. The materials were furnished by the contractor. 

Langdon street, from Norfolk avenue to George street, is 
about 589 feet in length. A contract to lay a Hassam block 
pavement in this street was awarded to Simpson Brothers 
Corporation October 21, 1914. It is a forty (40) foot street, 
with seven (7) foot brick sidewalks, flagging crosswalks with 
grout joints on a concrete base, granite edgestone and a twenty- 
six (26) foot roadway paved with Hassam block on a four (4) 
inch Portland cement concrete base. The city furnished the 
straight edgestone, corners and flagging at the South End 
Paving Yard, Albany street, and the circular edgestone and 
sidewalk bricks on the line of the work. The contractor did 
the excavating and hauled the surplus material to Old Colony 
avenue and graded the same, and furnished all other materials 
necessary to do the work. 

Long avenue, from Commonwealth avenue to Allston street, 
is about 790 feet in length. The contract for paving this street 
with asphalt on a six (6) inch Portland cement concrete base 
under a five (5) year maintenance guaranty was awarded to 
the Central Construction Company November 2, 1914. Work 
was begun November 4, 1914, and suspended December 15, 
1914. When completed this will be a forty (40) foot street. 



Public Woeks Department. 193 

with seven (7) foot sidewalks. A portion of the street will be 
constructed with full width artificial stone sidewalks and the 
remainder of four and one-half (4^) feet of artificial stone with 
a tree or planting space. The roadway is paved with one and 
one-half (1^) inches of Trinidad asphalt wearing surface, and 
one and one-half (1|) inches of bituminous binder on a concrete 
base. The street is completed with the exception of the side- 
walks. The city furnished the straight edgestone at the South 
End Paving Yard, Albany street, and the granite paving blocks 
and flagging at the Brighton Paving Yard and the circular 
edgestone on the line of the work. The contractors did the 
excavating, set the edgestone, laid the crosswalks and brows 
on a concrete base with grout joints and furnished all material 
necessary to do the work except those named above. The 
artificial stone sidewalks will be completed early in the spring, 

Lubec street, from Gove street to Porter street. (See Cottage 
street.) 

Manthorne road, from Centre street to Weld street, is about 
2,403 feet in length. The contract for constructing the surface 
of this street was awarded to the West Roxbury Trap Rock 
Company June 29, 1914. Work was begun July 7, 1914, and 
completed November 6, 1914. It is a forty (40) foot street, 
with a six (6) inch asphalt macadam roadway, granite block 
gutters, flagging crosswalks, granite edgestone and artificial 
stone sidewalks laid under a five (5) year maintenance guaranty. 
From Centre street to Schirmer road spaces were left in the 
artificial stone sidewalk for trees. The existing artificial stone 
sidewalks from Schirmer road to Weld street were removed and 
new walks constructed. A portion of the edgestone was set 
on a crushed stone and concrete foundation. The straight 
edgestone corners and flagging 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. 

Marlowe street, from Vinson street to Park street, is about 
330 feet in length. The contract for constructing the surface 
of this street was awarded to Daniel E. Lynch November 15, 
1913. Work was commenced June 9, 1914, and completed 
July 18, 1914. It is a forty (40) foot street with seven (7) foot 
sidewalks, granite edgestone, three (3) foot granite block gutters, 
flagging crosswalks and a six (6) inch tar macadam roadway. 
The artificial stone sidewalks were furnished and laid under a 
five (5) year maintenance guaranty. The city furnished the 
straight edgestone, corners and flagging for crosswalks at the 
South End Paving Yard, Albany street, the circular edgestone 
on the line of the work and the granite paving blocks at the 
Massachusetts avenue lot. The contractor furnished all other 
materials necessary to do the work, 

Marmion street, from Montebello road about 112 feet south- 
erly, was constructed by James Doherty, under contract dated 
October 31, 1913. Work was begun March 24, 1914, and 



194 City Document No. 26. 

completed May 15, 1914. It is a thirty (30) foot street with 
a six (6) inch tar macadam roadway, three (3) foot granite 
block gutters, flagging crosswalks, granite edgestone and arti- 
ficial stone sidewalks, five (5) feet in width, laid under a 
five (5) year maintenance guaranty. The straight edgestone, 
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 material 
was furnished by the contractor. 

Montebello road, from Washington street to Brookside street, 
is about 566 feet in length. The contract for constructing the 
surface of this street was awarded to James Doherty October 
31, 1913. Work was begun March 24, 1914, and completed 
May 15, 1914. It is a forty (40) foot street with a six (6) inch 
tar macadam roadway, three (3) foot granite block gutters, 
flagging crosswalks, granite edgestone and artificial stone side- 
walks, seven (7) feet in width, laid under a five (5) year main- 
tenance guaranty. On the northerly side, for a distance of 
about one hundred (100) feet east from Haverford street, the 
existing artificial stone walk, about four and one-half (4|) feet 
in width, being found in good condition was allowed to remain, 
while that on the opposite side of the street was reconstructed. 
The straight edgestone, flagging and granite 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. 

Myrick street, from Coolidge road across Easton street, is 
about 233 feet in length. The contract for constructing the 
surface of this street was awarded to A. J. & G. H. McMurtry 
November 29, 1913. Work was begun March 31, 1914, and 
completed May 15, 1914. It is a forty (40) foot street, with 
seven (7) foot artificial stone sidewalks, laid under a five (5) 
year maintenance guaranty, granite edgestone, three (3) foot 
granite block gutters, flagging crosswalks and a six (6) inch tar 
macadam roadway. The city furnished the straight edgestone 
corners, flagging for the crosswalks at the South End Paving 
Yard, Albany street, and the granite paving blocks at the 
Massachusetts avenue lot and the circular edgestone on the 
line of the work. The contractor furnished all other materials 
necessary to do the work. 

Neptune road, from Bennington street to Saratoga street, is 
about 188 feet in length. This street was constructed by the 
Paving Service forces. AVork was begun May 5, 1914, and 
completed July 14, 1914. It is a hundred (100) foot street with 
a six (6) inch tar macadam roadway, flagging crosswalks, three 
(3) foot granite block gutters, granite edgestone and five (5) 
inch crushed stone sidewalks twenty (20) feet in width. The 
grade of Neptune road necessitated the reconstruction of 
Bremen street, from Bennington street about one hundred and 
twenty (120) feet southwest of Saratoga street, about two hun- 



Public Works Depaetment. 195 

dred and sixty (260) feet in length. A six (6) inch tar macadam 
roadway was constructed and granite block gutters relaid, 
edgestone reset and five (5) inch crushed stone sidewalks con- 
structed. 

Norfolk street, from Washington street to New York, New 
Haven and Hartford Raih'oad Bridge near Corbet street, 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; resumed March 26, 1914, and completed 
July 11, 1914. It is a sixty (60) foot street, having a bituhthic 
roadway on a six (6) inch concrete base with a two-row wood 
block edgmg next to the car rails, flagging crosswalks, granite 
edgestone and eight (8) foot artificial stone sidewalks. A retain- 
ing wall about sixteen (16) feet in length was built on the north 
side of this street near the railroad bridge. The tracks of the 
Boston Elevated Railroad were paved with granite blocks 
by the railroad. The straight edgestone and corners 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 Paving Service forces entered the street March 
19, 1913, for rough grading and completed the work June 28, 
1913. 

Old Colony avenue, from HjtIc street to Mt. Vernon street, is 
about 1,962 feet in length. The contract for constructing the 
surface of this street was awarded James Doherty June 2, 1914. 
Work was begun June 3, 1914, and completed July 24, 1914. 
It is a sixty-six (66) foot street, with a six (6) inch tar 
macadam roadway, four (4) foot granite block gutters, flag- 
ging crosswalks and granite edgestones at the corners of the 
side streets. The sidewalk, thirteen (13) feet in width on the 
westerly side, was graded. The straight edgestone was 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. 

Paisley park, from Bourneside street to Upland avenue, is 
about 576 feet in length. The contract for constructing the 
surface of this street was awarded to James Doherty November 
11, 1914. Work was begun December 7, 1914, and suspended 
December 18, 1914. The edgestone had been set and roadway 
rough graded when work was suspended on account of cold 
weather. Work will be resumed in the spring. 

Percival street, from Marie street to Fox street, is about 246 
feet in length. The construction of this street is being done 
by the Paving Service forces. The work done this year con- 
sisted in removing trees. 

Pinehurst street, from Belgrade avenue to Dudley avenue, is 
about 1,127 feet in length. The contract for constructing 
the surface of this street was awarded to the West Roxbury 
Trap Rock Company August 18, 1914. Work was begun 



196 City Document No. 26. 

August 27, 1914, and completed November 2, 1914. It is a 
thirty-five (35) foot street, with a six (6) inch asphalt macadam 
roadway, three (3) foot granite block gutters, flagging cross- 
walks, granite edgestone and artificial stone sidewalks, six (6) 
feet in width, laid under a five (5) year maintenance guaranty. 
The existing artificial stone sidewalk on the southwest side 
from about fifty (50) feet to about one hundred and eight (108) 
feet northeast of Houston street, about three (3) feet in width, 
was allowed to remain. The straight edgestone, corners, 
flagging and granite paving blocks were furnished by the city 
ancl 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. 

Pleasant street, from Eliot street to Washington street, is 
about 1,673 feet in length. The contract for widening and 
paving this street with wood block was awarded to Coleman 
Brothers Company July 11, 1913. Work was begun October 
2, 1913, and suspended December 24, 1913. Work was resumed 
April 21, 1914, and completed December 23, 1914. The work 
at the corner of Eliot street was not finished last year on account 
of a building not being moved back. This building was cut 
back to the new street line and the street in front of the same 
was completed this year. 

Philhrick street, from Neponset avenue to Jewett street, is 
about 645 feet in length. The contract for constructing the 
surface of this street was awarded to Martino DeMatteo 
October 27, 1914. Work was begun November 25, 1914, and 
suspended December 18, 1914. It is a thirty (30) foot street 
and is to have a six (6) inch tar macadam roadway, flagging 
crosswalks, granite edgestone and artificial stone sidewalks 
five (5) feet in width. The work done this season has con- 
sisted in setting about two-thirds (|) of the edgestone and 
placing cinders for the foundation of the artificial stone 
sidewalk. Work will be resumed early in the spring. The 
straight edgestone and corners were furnished by the city 
and hauled by the contractor. 

Porter street, from Frankfort street to 43 feet east of Cottage 
street, is about 415 feet in length. The construction of this 
street is being done by the Paving Service forces. Work was 
begun November 24, 1914, and suspended December 19, 1914. 
When completed it will be a fifty (50) foot street with an asphalt 
macadam roadway, flagging crosswalks, granite edgestone and 
eight (8) foot brick sidewalks. Work will be resumed in the 
spring. 

Potosi street, from Mt. Ida road to Percival street, is about 
366 feet in length. The contract for constructing the surface 
of this street was awarded to James Doherty September 9, 
1913. Work was begun April 23, 1914, and completed May 
28, 1914. It is a forty (40) foot street with a six (6) inch tar 
macadam roadway, three (3) foot granite block gutters, flag- 



Public Works Department. 197 

ging crosswalks, granite edgestone and seven (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 artificial stone sidewalk was laid 
under a five (5) year maintenance guaranty. 

Puritan avenue, from Richfield street to unnamed street, is 
about 676 feet in length. The contract for constructing the 
surface of this street was awarded to WilHam J. Rafferty Com- 
pany November 11, 1913. Work was begun May 22, 1914, 
and completed July 31, 1914. It is a forty (40) foot street 
with a six (6) inch tar macadam roadway, three (3) foot granite 
block gutters, flagging crosswalks, granite edgestone and 
seven (7) foot artificial stone sidewalks. The straight edge- 
stone, corners, flagging and granite 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. The artificial stone sidewalk was laid under a five (5) 
j^ear maintenance guaranty. 

Queen street, from King street to Claymont terrace, is about 
376 feet in length. The contract for constructing the surface 
of this street was awarded to James Doherty October 23, 1914. 
Work was begun October 30, 1914, and completed December 7, 
1914. It is a forty (40) foot street with a six (6) inch tar 
macadam roadway, three (3) foot granite block gutters, flag- 
ging crosswalks, granite edgestone and seven (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 necessary to 
do the work were furnished by the contractor. The sidewalk 
was laid under a five (5) year maintenance guaranty. The 
surplus excavation was hauled to Mill street dump by the 
contractor. 

Rexhame street, from Belgrade avenue to Colberg avenue, is 
about 564 feet in length. The contract for constructing the 
surface of this street was awarded to the West Roxbury Trap 
Rock Company November 19, 1913. Work was begun March 
18, 1914, and completed May 22, 1914. It is a forty (40) foot 
street with a six (6) inch asphalt macadam roadway, three (3) 
foot granite block gutters, flagging crosswalks, granite edge- 
stone and artificial stone sidewalks seven (7) feet in width, 
laid under a five (5) year maintenance guaranty. A portion 
of the edgestone was set on a crushed stone and concrete 
foundation. 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 fur- 
nished by the contractor. 



198 City Document No. 26. 

Riverview road, from Brooks street across Raneleigh road, is 
about 334 feet in length. The contract for constructing this 
street was awarded A. J. & G. H. McMurtry June 26, 1914. 
Work was begun August 20, 1914, and completed October 21, 
1914. It is a forty (40) foot street, with a seven (7) foot 
artificial stone sidewalk, laid under a five (5) year maintenance 
guaranty, granite edgestone, three (3) foot granite block 
gutters, flagging crosswalk and a six (6) inch tar macadam 
roadway. The city furnished the straight edgestone, corners, 
flagging at the South End Paving Yard, Albany street, and 
granite paving blocks at the Brighton Paving Yard, and the 
circular edgestone on the line of the work. The contractor 
furnished all other materials necessary to do the work. 

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. Work was resmned April 17, 1914, and 
completed April 22, 1914. It is a thirty (30) foot street with a 
six (6) inch tar macadam roadway, three (3) foot granite block 
gutters, flagging crosswalks, granite edgestone and five (5) foot 
artificial stone sidewalks. The construction was completed 
excepting the artificial stone sidewalks in 1913. The artifi- 
cial stone sidewalk was laid in 1914 under a five (5) year 
maintenance guaranty. The contractor furnished all of the 
materials for the same. 

Rowe street, from Ashland street to Brown avenue, is about 
1,488 feet in length. The contract for constructing the sur- 
face of the street was awarded to the West Roxbury Trap 
Rock Company October 1, 1914. Work was begun October 22, 

1914, and suspended December 7, 1914. It is a forty (40) 
foot street with a six (6) inch asphalt macadam roadway, 
three (3) foot granite block gutters, flagging crosswalks, 
granite edgestone, and when completed will have artificial 
stone sidewalks seven (7) feet in width. With the exception 
of the artificial stone sidewalks this street is practically com- 
pleted. A portion of the edgestone was set on a crushed 
stone and concrete foundation. The straight edgestone, 
corners, flagging and granite 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. 

Sachem street, near Parker Hill avenue. A contract to build 
a concrete retaining wall and wooden fence on the street line 
at the westerly corner of Parker Hill avenue was awarded to 
Martino DeMatteo May 7, 1914. Work was begun May 20, 
1914, and completed June 2, 1914. The contractor removed 
the trees and old fences, did the excavating and furnished all 
materials necessary to build the wall and fence, about fifty (50) 
feet in length. 



Public Works Department. 199 

Seaver street (southwesterly side), from Walnut avenue to 
Humboldt avenue, is about 1,400 feet in length. The con- 
tract for excavating and grading and widening this street was 
awarded to William J. Barry May 4, 1914. Work was begun 
May 19, 1914, and has consisted of excavating earth and rock, 
grading earth and loam and removing trees, bushes and mortar 
wall. 

Seaver street (southwesterly side), from Humboldt avenue to 
Blue Hill avenue, is about 2,618 feet in length. The contract 
for excavating, grading and widening this street was awarded 
to the John Kelly Company October 23, 1914. Work was 
begun November 12, 1914. The work has consisted in remov- 
ing trees and mortar wall and excavating and grading earth 
and loam. 

Spring street, from Gardner street to Webster street, is about 
1,389 feet in length. The contract for constructing the sur- 
face of this street was awarded the West Roxbury Trap Rock 
Company December 10, 1914. Work was commenced Decem- 
ber 16, 1914, and carried on during the wdnter. The work done 
this year has consisted in removing trees and earth excavation. 

Spring street, from Webster street to the Charles river, is 
about 1,554 feet in length. The contract for constructing the 
surface of this street was awarded to the West Roxbury Trap 
Rock Company September 19, 1913. Work was begun 
October 6, 1913, and suspended December 19, 1913. Work 
was resumed March 23, 1914, and completed August 1, 1914. 
It is an eighty (80) foot street with a double car track paved 
with granite blocks and a six (6) inch asphalt macadam roadway 
each side of tracks, granite edgestone and crushed stone side- 
walks thirteen (13) feet in width. The circular edgestone 
and corners were furnished by the city on the line of the work. 
All other materials were furnished by the contractor. 

St. Francis de Sales street, from Cabot street to Roxbury 
street, is about 458 feet in length. The contract to construct 
this street with two (2) inches of bitulithic on a six (6) inch 
Portland cement concrete base, laid under a five (5) year 
maintenance guaranty, was awarded to James Doherty August 
14, 1914. Work was begun August 20, 1914, and completed 
September 18, 1914. It is a twenty-nine (29) foot street with 
five (5) foot sidewalks from Cabot street to the bend, and from 
the bend to Roxbury street it is 16 feet wide with four (4) 
foot sidewalks. The contractor did the excavating, set the edge- 
stone, furnished and laid artificial stone sidewalks under a 
five (5) year maintenance guaranty and built a concrete retain- 
ing wall and fence on the westerly side near Roxbury street, 
about 83 feet long, where the adjoining land was below the grade 
of the street. He also topped out several existing stone walls 
with concrete where it was necessary to hold up the sidewalk. 
The city furnished the new straight edgestone, corners, paving 
blocks and flagging for crosswalks at the South End Paving 



200 City Document No. 26. 

Yard and the circular edgestone on the line of the work. The 
contractor furnished all other materials necessary to do the 
work. 

St. Lukes road, from Brighton avenue to Commonwealth 
avenue, is about 537 feet in length. The contract for con- 
structing this street was awarded to William J. Rafferty 
Company November 19, 1913. Work was begun April 16, 
1914, and completed June 4, 1914. It is a forty (40) foot 
street with seven (7) foot artificial stone sidewalks, laid under 
a five (5) year maintenance guaranty, granite edgestone, three 
(3) foot granite block gutters, flagging crosswalks and a six (6) 
inch tar macadam roadway. The city furnished the straight 
edgestone and flagging at the South End Paving Yard, Albany 
street, and the granite paving blocks at the Massachusetts 
avenue lot. The city furnished the circular edgestone on the 
line of the work. All other materials necessary to do the work 
were furnished by the contractor. 

St. Rose street, from 600 feet south and west of Jamaica street 
to the Arborway, is about 538 feet in length. The contract for 
constructing the surface of this street was awarded John F. 
Lynch July 18, 1914. Work was begun July 22, 1914, and 
completed October 2, 1914. It is a forty (40) foot street with a 
six (6) inch tar macadam roadway, three (3) foot granite block 
gutters, flagging crosswalks, granite edgestone and artificial 
stone sidewalks, seven (7) feet in width, laid under a five (5) year 
maintenance guaranty. A portion of the edgestone was set on 
a crushed stone and concrete foundation. The straight edge- 
stone, 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. 

Temyle street, from Spring street to Ivory street, is about 
1,094 feet in length. The contract for excavating and grading 
this street was awarded to T. Ross' Sons January 11, 1915. 
Work was begun January 11, 1915, and has consisted in excava- 
ting between Ivory street and the New York, New Haven & 
Hartford Railroad. 

Tiy Top street, from Washington street to Tremont street, 
about 430 feet in length, is being constructed by the Paving 
Service forces. When completed it will be a forty (40) foot 
street with a seven (7) foot artificial stone sidewalk, granite 
edgestone, three (3) foot granite block gutters, flagging cross- 
walks and a six (6) inch tar macadam roadway. The grading 
is partially completed, the straight edgestone set and the 
granite block gutters have been laid. The remainder of the 
work will be completed early in the spring. 

Trescott street, from Pleasant street to Bakersfield street, 
about 406 feet in length, was paved with a bitulithic pavement 
on a six (6) inch Portland cement concrete base, laid under a 
five (5) year maintenance guaranty by James Doherty, under 



Public Works Department. 201 

his contract dated September 18, 1914. Work was begun 
September 21, 1914, and completed October 23, 1914. It is a 
forty (40) foot street with seven (7) foot artificial stone side- 
walks. The walk on the southerly side of the street and 
portions of that on the northerly side were built previous to the 
construction of the street and were allowed to remain. The 
contractor did the excavating, set the edgestone, laid the cross- 
walks with grout joints on a concrete base and furnished and 
laid the artificial stone sidewalks where they were not already in. 
The city furnished the straight edgestone at the South End 
Paving Yard and at the Hancock Street Yard, the flagging 
at the South End Paving Yard and the circular edgestone 
on the line of the work. The contractor hauled the old mate- 
rials not used to the Hancock Street Paving Yard and the earth 
excavation to Old Colony avenue. The contractor furnished 
all other materials necessary to do the work. 

Ulmer street, from Arklow street to Minden street, is about 
157 feet in length. The contract for constructing this street 
was awarded to John F. Lynch August 13, 1914. Work was 
begun September 25, 1914, and completed October 23, 1914. 
It is a forty (40) foot street with a seven (7) foot artificial 
stone sidewalk, laid under a five (5) year maintenance guaranty, 
granite edgestone, three (3) foot granite block gutters, fiagging 
crosswalks and a six (6) inch asphalt macadam roadway. 
The city furnished the new straight edgestone, corners and 
flagging at the South End Paving Yard and the granite paving 
blocks at the Massachusetts avenue lot. The city furnished the 
circular edgestone and sidewalk bricks on the line of the work. 
All the other materials were furnished by the contractor. 

Vassar street, from Washington street to Kilton street, is 
about 884 feet in length. The contract for constructing the 
surface of this street was awarded William J. Rafferty Com- 
pany November 10, 1913. Work was begun March 18, 1914, 
and completed May 21, 1914. It is a forty (40) foot street 
with a six (6) inch tar macadam roadway, three (3) foot granite 
block gutters, flagging crosswalks, granite edgestone and 
seven (7) foot artiflcial stone sidewalks. The straight edge- 
stone, flagging and paving blocks were furnished by the city 
and hauled by the contractor. The city furnished the circular 
edgestone 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. 

Washington street, from Armancline street to Mora street, is 
about 693 feet in length. The contract for constructing this 
street was awarded to James Doherty September 28, 1914. 
Work was begun October 2, 1914, and suspended November 
9, 1914. The edgestone was set and the artificial stone side- 
walk on the westerly side was constructed this year. Work 
was suspended to allow the Boston Elevated Railroad time 
to resurface the street car tracks and a temporary macadam 



202 City Document No. 26. 

surface built on the westerly side of the street to carry the 
traffic during the winter. Work will be resumed in the spring. 

Wellington Hill street, from Blue Hill avenue to Morton 
street, is about 2,924 feet in length. The contract for con- 
structing the surface of this street was awarded to William J. 
Barry October 21, 1913. Work was begun March 30, 1914, 
and completed September 18, 1914. It is a forty (40) foot 
street with an asphalt macadam roadway, granite edgestone 
and seven (7) foot artificial stone sidewalks. Flagging for 
repaving the Blue Hill avenue crosswalk was furnished by 
the city and hauled by the contractor. The circular edgestone 
and corners were 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. 

Wilmore street, from Blue Hill avenue to Norfolk street, is 
about 554 feet in length. The contract for constructing the 
surface of this street was awarded to James Doherty Decem- 
ber 3, 1913. Work was begun May 4, 1914, and completed 
May 30, 1914. It is a thirty-five (35) foot street with a six (6) 
inch asphalt macadam roadway, three (3) foot granite block 
gutters, flagging crosswalks, granite edgestone and six (6) 
foot artificial stone sidewalks. The straight edgestone, flag- 
ging and granite 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 the other mate- 
rials were furnished by the contractor. The sidewalks were 
laid under a five (5) year maintenance guaranty. 

Whitfield street, from Norfolk street to Talbot avenue, is 
about 536 feet in length. The contract for constructing the 
surface of this street was awarded the Central Construction 
Company November 2, 1914. Work was begun November 
16, 1914, and suspended December 15, 1914. It is a forty (40) 
foot street with an asphalt roadway on a six (6) inch Portland 
cement concrete base, flagging crosswalks, granite edgestone 
and seven (7) foot artificial stone sidewalks. The straight 
edgestone was furnished by the city and hauled by the con- 
tractor. The circular edgestone was furnished by the city on 
the fine of the work. All other materials were furnished by 
the contractor. The contractor hauled the surplus excavation 
to Morton street. The work was completed this year with the 
exception of the artificial stone sidewalks. Work will be 
resumed in the spring. 

Woodworth street, from Walnut street to Copley's highway, 
is about 420 feet in length. The construction of this street 
is being done by the Paving Service forces. Work was begun 
December 7, 1914, and suspended December 21, 1914. It 
is to be a thirty (30) foot street with a tar macadam roadway 
with three (3) foot granite block gutters, flagging crosswalks, 
granite edgestone and five (5) foot sidewalks. Work will be 
resumed in the spring. 



Public Woeks Depaetment. 203 



General. 

Albemarle street and Blackwood street, at the railroad loca- 
tion. Bulkheads and retaining walls were built at the ends 
of these streets to keep the fill from sloping on to the New 
York, New Haven & Hartford Railroad location, and a con- 
tract was awarded to the Connelly Construction Company to 
rebuild the wing walls on these streets. 

Anawan avenue, from Park street to West Roxbury Park- 
way and extended to Beech street, is about 1,306 feet in length. 
The contract for constructing the artificial stone sidewalk on 
the westerly side was awarded to the Charles J. Jacobs Com- 
pany September 14, 1914. This sidewalk is nine (9) feet wide 
from Park street to Stratford street, and eight (8) feet wide 
from Stratford street to Beech street. From Park street to 
about 113 feet north of Stratford street there is a five (5) foot 
artificial stone sidewalk with seeded loam space, and from 113 
feet north of Stratford street to Beech street there is an eight 
(8) foot artificial stone walk. From the southerly line of West 
Roxbury Parkway to Beech street, edgestone was furnished 
by the city and hauled and set by the contractor. All the other 
materials were furnished by the contractor. The artificial 
stone sidewalk was laid under a five (5) year maintenance 
guaranty. 

Anita terrace, from Roxbury street across Gardner avenue, 
about 141 feet in length, was constructed with second-hand 
granite blocks on a gravel base with gravel joints by the Paving 
Service forces. Edgestone was set and brick sidewalks were 
laid. 

Arlington street (westerly side), between Boylston street and 
St. James avenue, is about 258 feet in length. The contract for 
constructing an artificial stone sidewalk and regulating the 
edgestone and granite block pavement was awarded to the 
Beatty Construction Company May 23, 1914. It is a seventy 
(70) foot street with a roadway paved with granite blocks and 
flagging crosswalks, with granite edgestone and (15) foot arti- 
ficial stone sidewalks. The edgestone, flagging and granite 
paving blocks and sidewalk bricks were on the street. The 
contractor did the excavating and furnished and laid all the 
materials necessary to construct the sidewalk, which was laid 
under a five (5) year maintenance guaranty. The contract 
included the laying of artificial stone in the triangular reserva- 
tion at the intersection of Arlington street, Providence street 
and St. James avenue. 

Buttonivood street, from Mt. Vernon street to Locust street, is 
about 615 feet in length. The contract for constructing arti- 
ficial stone sidewalks and regulating on the easterly side of this 
street was awarded to D. E. Lynch June 19, 1914. It is a forty 
(40) foot street with a macadam roadway, flagging crosswalks, 
three (3) foot granite block gutters, granite edgestone and seven 
(7) foot sidewalks. The straight edgestone, corners, flagging 



204 City Document No. 26. 

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. 

Cambridge street, Brighton (southerly side), from Washington 
street to Warren street, is about 906 feet in length, and Wash- 
ington street, from Cambridge street to Union street, is about 
1,500 feet in length. The contract for laying artificial stone 
sidewalks, resetting edgestone, laying crosswalks and paving 
and repaving gutters on these streets was awarded to the John 
Kelly Company September 21, 1914. The sidewalk on Cam- 
bridge street is twelve (12) feet wide and on Washington street 
the walks are ten (10) feet wide. The sidewalks were laid under 
a five (5) year maintenance guaranty. The city furnished the 
straight edgestone and corners at the South End Paving Yard, 
Albany street, the circular edgestone on the line of the work 
and the granite paving blocks at the Massachusetts avenue 
lot, Station street and at the Brighton Paving Yard. 

Jess street, from Porter street about 220 feet southerly. The 
contract for constructing a six (6) inch tar macadam roadway, 
relaying the three (3) foot granite block gutters, resetting the 
granite edgestone and constructing artificial stone sidewalks 
about five (5) feet in width in this street was awarded James 
Doherty April 28, 1914. The artificial stone sidewalk was laid 
under a five (5) year maintenance guaranty. The granite 
paving blocks were furnished by the cit}^ and hauled by the 
contractor. All other materials were furnished by the con- 
tractor. 

Metropolitan avenue, from Kittredge street to beyond Granada 
avenue, is about 1,242 feet in length. The contract for con- 
structing artificial stone sidewalks in this street was awarded 
Frank J. Gallagher June 26, 1914. On the northerly side an 
eight (8) foot walk was constructed from Kittredge street to 
Augustus avenue and a seven (7) foot walk from Augustus 
avenue to Clarendon park. On the southerly side an eight (8) 
foot walk was constructed from Kittredge street to Augustus 
avenue, a five (5) foot elevated walk, with artificial stone steps 
leading down to the curb, from Augustus avenue to Malvern 
road, and a five (5) foot walk from Malvern road to about 90 
feet east of Granada avenue. The artificial stone sidewalks 
were laid under a five (5) year maintenance guaranty. From 
Augustus avenue to about 90 feet east of Granada avenue the 
sidewalk as laid out is ten (10) feet in width. The straight 
edgestone for driveways was furnished by the city on the line 
of the work. All other materials were furnished by the con- 
tractor. 

Morton street, from Blue Hill avenue to Canterbury street, is 
about 3,540 feet in length. The construction and regulating of 
this street is being done by the Paving Service forces. It is an 
eighty (80) foot street with an asphalt macadam roadway and 



Public Works Department. 205 

twelve (12) foot sidewalks. The asphalt macadam roadway- 
has been completed and the sidewalks partly graded. The 
rough grading -has been completed to Harvard street. The 
filling received from various sources has been leveled and 
graded between Harvard street and Canterbury street. 

Oriole street (southeasterly side), from Park street to Bellevue 
street, is about 866 feet in length. The contract for setting 
edgestone, paving gutters, constructing artificial stone side- 
walks and flagging crosswalks was awarded the Charles J. 
Jacobs Company September 14, 1914. The artificial stone 
sidewalks are seven (7) feet in width, with granite edgestone 
and three (3) foot granite block gutters. A flagging crosswalk 
was laid across Wren street. The straight edgestone, flagging 
and granite 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 the other materials were furnished 
by the contractor. The artificial stone sidewalk was laid under 
a five (5) year maintenance guaranty. 

Park street (southerly side), from Gilmore terrace to Boxford 
terrace, is about 185 feet in length. The contract for setting 
edgestone, relaying gutters and constructing artificial stone 
sidewalks and flagging crosswalks was awarded the Charles J. 
Jacobs Company September 14, 1914. The sidewalks, seven (7) 
feet in width, with granite edgestone and three (3) foot granite 
block gutters, were constructed. The straight edgestone 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 artificial stone sidewalks were laid under a five 
(5) year maintenance guaranty. 

Porter street, from Bismarck street to Amory street, is about 
427 feet in length. The contract for constructing the surface of 
this street was awarded to James Doherty August 25,' 1913. 
It is a thirty (30) foot street with a six (6) inch tar macadam 
roadway, three (3) foot granite block gutters, flagging cross- 
walks, granite edgestone and artificial stone sidewalks, five (5) 
feet in width, laid under a five (5) year maintenance guaranty. 
The existing edgestone was reset and the new straight edgestone, 
flagging and granite 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. 

Washington street (Brighton), from Cambridge street to 
Union street. (See Cambridge street.) 



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Financial Statement, Paving Service. 

Maintenance. 



Expenditures from February 1, 1914, to January 
31, 1915 (gross) 

Collected for work done and mate- 
rial furnished different services, 
departments, individuals and 
companies, etc $17,538 64 

Inspectors' services 3,787 00 



Net expenditures 



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21,325 64 



.,314,603 31 



Special Appropriations. 

Old Colony Avenue, Construction of. 

Unexpended balance February 1, 1914 

Expenditures from February 1, 

1914, to January 31, 1915 . . $13,972 33 

Transferred to Hospital Build- 
ings, Improvements . . 595 53 



$14,567 86 



$14,567 86 



Highways, making of ... . 
Avery, Mason and Washington streets 
Norfolk street widening * 
Harvard avenue, Brighton 
Pleasant street widening * 
Thatcher street extension 
Tyler street extension 



$323,958 76 
11,628 60 
62,273 01 
26,875 10 
20,620 48 
96 91 
696 29 



Income. 

Statement showing the amount of bills deposited with 
the City Collector from February 1, 1914, to January 31, 
1915, and credited to the general revenue: 



On account of edgestone and sidewalk assess 

ments 

Stone from ledges (Chestnut Hill) 

Permits 

Junk, old materials, etc. 

Rent 



$30,352 75 

286 10 

26,421 57 

195 84 

60 00 

$57,316 26 



Laid out under chapter 393 of the Acts of 1906. 



210 



City Document No. 26. 



Amount paid into the city treasury during the year: 

On account of edgestone and sidewalk assess- 
ments $36,975 75 

Stone from ledges (Chestnut Hill) ... 264 79 

Permits 25,305 70 

Sale of junk, old material, etc 464 14 

Rents 225 00 



,235 38 



Public Works Department. 



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City Document No. 26. 



Schedule A. 
Salary of division engineer (part of) . . . 
Salaries of office clerks, stenographers and mes- 
sengers 

Salary of engineer in charge . 

Salaries of assistant engineers (office work) 

Salaries of permit office clerks 

Salaries of permit office inspectors 

Salaries of inspectors on artfficial stone sidewalks 

Salaries of engineering inspectors (office work) 

Salaries of district inspectors .... 

Salaries of numbermg clerks .... 

Salary of medical inspector (part of) . 

Medical attendance on injured employees . 

Salary of chief veterinarian (part of) 

Salary of inspector of horses .... 

Wages of weigher at Chestnuu Hill crusher . 

Wages of weigher at Centre street crusher . 

Pensions paid to veterans of Civil War (retired) 

Pensions paid to retired laborers . 

Pay allowed injured employees 

Vacations allowed laborers .... 

Holidays, not including holidays charged to street 

accounts 

Automobile expense, division engineer 

Gasolene, grease, etc, . 

Repairs 

New tires and tubes 

Repairing tires and tubes 

Supplies, etc 

Wages of chauffeur 

Miscellaneous . . . 
Automobile expenses, engineer in charge 

Gasolene, grease, etc. . 

Repairs 

New tires and tubes 

Repairing tires and tubes 

Supplies, etc 

Wages of chauffeur 

Miscellaneous .... 
Automobile expenses, emergency car 

Gasolene, grease, etc. . 

New tubes and tires 

Repairs 

Miscellaneous .... 
Automobile, new Ford touring car, engineer 

charge 

Automobile, new Ford touring car, Brighton 

foreman 

Carried forward 



845 

328 

16 

64 

1,092 

382 

$257 

642 

571 

28 

114 

1,134 
174 



193 

83 

165 



74 
65 
82 
70 
75 
00 
50 

17 

81 
97 
50 
47 
00 
62 

66 
79 
95 
36 
in 



$1,250 00 

2,198 58 

2,887 50 

10,840 99 

8,452 09 

11,612 20 

4,578 32 

3,474 92 

5,278 48 

1,146 74 

487 50 

19 

933 

955 

71 

120 



00 
34 
72 
25 
00 



13,112 81 

17,913 11 

1,137 71 

1,000 00 

43,639 42 
2,925 16 



2,923 54 



530 76 



514 00 
514 00 



,517 14 



Public Works Department. 



213 



90 
14 



96 
01 
45 
20 
30 



Brought forward . 
Newspapers, magazines, etc. 
Advertising 

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

Rebates allowed to contractors . $11,890 26 

Repairs made .... 1,827 94 

Advertisiag 12 

New walks laid .... 229 

Asphalt and bitulithic pavements repaired . • 

Temporary repairs, labor, mate- 
rials, etc $476 

Engineering 829 

Inspection 1,351 

Engineering expense ... 7 

Advertising 13 

Amomit paid to Central Construc- 
tion Company, asphalt repairs, 24,803 66 

Amount paid to Central Construc- 
tion Company, bitulithic re- 
pairs 2,848 96 

Amount paid to Barber Asphalt 

Paving Company . . . 689 02 

Amount paid to James Doherty . 375 38 

Amount paid to Sicilian Asphalt 

Company 101 85 

Amount paid to Warren Brothers 

Company 15 00 

New crosswalks not included elsewhere 

Fence repairs 

Plankwalk repairs .... 

Edgestones, sidewalks and gutters (new) not 

included elsewhere .... 
Rent of land, wharfs, etc. (net) 

Taxes (net) 

Horses purchased and exchanged (net cost) 
Carts, wagons, buggies, etc. (new) 
Expense of stables, including drivers, 

feeders, fodder, horseshoeing, 

repairs to harnesses, wagons, carts, 

etc $127,424 22 

Amount earned by department 

teams 111,722 45 

Electric lighting at yards and stables . 



$138,517 14 

4 00 

14 00 

2,647 05 

571 19 

1,270 15 

747 73 

1,912 54 

13,960 24 



31,511 79 



3,256 63 
4,190 89 
1,309 73 

14,941 94 

1,752 08 

465 41 

2,819 45 

153 00 



15,701 77 
1,487 44 



Carried forward 



$237,234 17 



214 



City Document No. 26. 



Brought forward 

Gas lighting at 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 

Numbermg streets, figures for 

Road graders (two) . 

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

Tar kettles 

Executions of courts and damages 

Scale repairs .... 

Expense of yards, including salaries of foremen, 

clerks, yardmen, watchmen, tool wagons, etc., 
Repairs of yard buildings, stables, sheds, shanties, 

etc 



Sanding icy and slippery streets 

Repairing culverts and building new culverts 

Gypsy moth assessments . 

Bandages, etc 

Motor cycle .... 

Gasolene and oil . . . . $12 97 

Repairs 1 28 

Supplies . . . . . . 46 65 

Registration 2 50 

Badges 

Trimmmg and removing trees 

Teaming empty tanks 

Chests for Central Office . 

Movmg furniture from City Hall, etc. 

Teaming reservoir covers 

Mechanics Building exhibit 

Labor at municipal market 

Freight and demurrage 

Signs for permit office 

Cleaning streets after fire on Washmgton and 
Ruggles streets 

Marking catch-basins 

Asphalt analysis 

Tide water assessment 



Carried forward $325,326 79 



37,234 


17 


210 


91 


2,241 


39 


969 


96 


18 


00 


116 


80 


101 


76 


1,405 40 


555 


56 


173 


00 


820 05 


65 


40 


63 


25 


8,852 


14 


121 


50 


935 40 


20,152 03 


202 


00 


2,447 


19 


18 44 


38,584 


34 


5,175 


24 


3,509 


84 


236 


99 


18 


61 


8 40 


63 


40 



15 00 


25 


07 


37 38 


199 33 


14 


14 


2 


50 


22 


81 


146 


25 


2 


35 


1 


09 


493 


56 


3 


02 


20 00 


43 


12 



Public Works Department. 215 

Brought forward $325,326 79 

Photographs 52 60 

Labor and materials, repairs at office of division 

engineer 70 73 

Sundries 60 96 

Sewer Service, work done and materials furnished, 

not sho^vn elsewhere ^91481 

Water Service, work done and materials furnished, 

not shown elsewhere ^ 142 04 

Bridge Service, work done and materials fur- 
nished, not shown elsewhere . . . . ^ 103 24 
Work done and materials furnished mdividuals, 

corporations, etc * 653 81 

Repairing buildings and grading yard at Chestnut 

Hill avenue 1,789 05 

Land on Dimock street, used for storage purposes, 

wages of watchman, etc 1,202 50 

Stock, materials .... $119,516 61 
Stock, handling and teaming . 20,615 40 



$140,132 01 
Less stock delivered on streets . 107,421 18 



Steam rollers, amount earned . . $26,406 94 
Steam rollers, cost of operating, re- 
pairing, etc 25,561 63 



32,710 83 
$363,027 36 



845 31 

$362,182 05 

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

* Albemarle street, at railroad location. Wall taken down on both sides. 

Length, 37 linear feet. Wall removed. 

Inspection $31 50 

Cement 1 39 

Flagging, 40 feet old North River ... 14 40 

Amoimt paid Connelly Construction Company, 

under contract: 
Taking down and relaying wall, $175 00 

Extra work — Reconstruct wall 

with extra thickness where 

directed : 
Reconstructing wall with extra 

thickness 100 00 



275 00 



$322 29 



1 S893.63 paid through City Collector. 

2 $19.11 paid through Citv Collector. 

3 $103.24 paid through Citv Collector. 
< $260.69 paid through City Collector. 

■ Done in connection with Blackwood street. 



216 City Document No. 26. 

* Anawan avenue (westerly side), from Park street to West Roxbury 
Parkway. Length, 1,306 linear feet. Area, 7,953 square feet. 
Artificial stone sidewalks constructed, part full width and part with 
loam spaces. Edgestone was also set and gutter paved near Beech 
street. 

Engineering $11 20 

Inspection 31 50 

Advertising 1 43 

Labor, handling stock 1 32 

Edgestone, 102 feet 5 inches straight and one 

large corner 74 11 

Engineering expense 25 

Amount paid to Charles J. Jacobs Companj^, 
under contract: 
14 cubic yards water box 

excavation @ $1 . . $14 00 

10 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 17c. . . 1 70 
1 square yard existing gran- 
ite block paving relaid @ 

40c 40 

6,999 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks furnished and 
laid @ 13^c. ... 944 87 

225 square feet artificial stone 
driveways furnished and 
laid @ 16c. ... 36 00 

Extra work — Extend 
contract to Beech street : 
103 linear feet straight edge- 
stone and corners 
hauled and set @ 23c. . 23 69 

19 square yards granite block 
paving hauled and laid 

@ 50c 9 50 

954 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks furnished and 
laid @ 13ic. ... 128 79 

Extra work — omit arti- 
ficial stone sidewalks 
and substitute loam 
space : 
123 square yards loam spaces 
furnished, placed and 
seeded @ 75c. . . 92 25 

Extra work — Remove 
buried stumps and shift 
cinders : 
36 hoiu-s' labor @ 30c. . 
Plus 15 per cent on $10.80, 
1 day, double team, @ $6 . 

1,269 62 

$1,389 43 

Arlington street (westerly side), between Boylston street and St. James 
avenue and in triangle on easterly side. Length, 258 Hnear feet. 
Area, 4,405 square feet. Edgestone reset, paving relaid and artificial 
stone sidewalks were constructed. 

Engineering $28 71 

Inspection 49 00 



10 80 




1 62 




6 00 






1,269 62 





Carried forward $77 71 



* Done in connection with Oriole and Park streets. 



Public Works Department. 217 

Brought forward $77 71 

Engineering expense 35 

Advertising 4 00 

Amount paid Beatty Construction Company, 
under contract: 
441 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 14c. . $61 74 
30 square yards existing gran- 
ite block paving relaid, 
gravel joints, @ 38c. . 11 40 
9 square yards existing gran- 
ite block paving relaid, 
pitch joints, @ $1.85 . 16 65 
56 square yards existing gran- 
ite block paving relaid 
@ 85c. . . . _ . 47 60 
6 square yards existing brick 

sidewalks relaid @ 28c., 1 68 

4,405 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks furnished and 
laid @ 15c. ... 660 75 

3 covers reset @ $3 . . 9 00 

808 82 



Credit: Blocks, 9,600 old granite . . . 192 00 

$698 88 



Atkinson street, between Southampton street and South Bay avenue. 
Length, 871 linear feet. Area, 3,290 square yards. _ Edgestone set, 
Hassam block pavement laid on concrete base and sidewalks gi'aded. 

Engineering $57 86 

Inspection 196 00 

Engineering expense 2 50 

Advertising 4 10 

Labor, handling stock 31 51 

Flagging, 181 feet North River .... 130 38 

Edgestone, 1,592 feet 1 inch straight, 18 small 

corners, and 11 feet 2 inches circular . . 1,173 14 

Amount paid Simpson Brothers Corporation, 

extra excavation 47 25 

Amount paid Simpson Brothers Corporation, 

under contract: 
1,649 linear feet straight edge- 
stone and corners 
hauled and set @ 16c., $263 84 

12 linear feet circular edge- 
stone set @ 20c. . . 2 40 
62 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 15c. . 9 30 
3,351 square yards Hassam 
block pavement f u r - 
nished and laid, includ- 
ing concrete base. @ 
$3.17 . . . . 10,622 67 
18 square yards existing 

granite block pave- • 

ment relaid, grout 

joints, (& 70c. 12 60 

Carried forward . . . $10,910 81 $1,642 74 



218 City Document No. 26. 



Brought forward . . . $10,910 81 $1,642 74 
40 square yards flagging 
crosswalks hauled and 
laid, grout joints, in- 
cluding concrete base, 
@ $1.75 ..... . 70 00 

3 square yards existing flag- 
ging crosswalks relaid, 
grout joints, @ $1 . 3 00 

14 covers reset @ $3 . . 42 00 

Extra work — ■ Excavate 
and remove surplus 
earth left by Sewer 
Service : 
135 cubic yards extra earth 

excavation @ 50c. . 67 50 



ati9 73ft 05 
Credit: Blocks, old granite, 1,200 . . . '24 00 



11,093 31 

$12,712 05 



Beacon street, from Massachusetts avenue to Raleigh street. (Work done 
in 1913.) 
Engineering expense $1 20 

* Blackwood street, at railroad location. Length, 18.5 linear feet. Wall 
removed. 

Inspection _ $10 50 

Amount paid Connelly Construction Com- 
pany, under contract: 
Taking down and relaying waU .... 130 00 

$140 50 



Blossom street, between Cambridge and Parkman streets. Length, 370 
linear feet. Area, 1,069 square yards. Roadway resurfaced with 
taric compoimd. 

Engineering $10 02 

Teaming 64 75 

Steam roller ....... 69 13 

Labor, employees, excavating'iroadway . . 121 86 

Amount paid to the Independent Coal Tar 

Company: 
762 square yards taric pavement furnished 

and laid @ 90c 685 80 

$951 56 

Buttonwood street (easterly side), between Mt. Vernon and Locust streets. 
Length, 615 linear feet. Area, 3,913 square feet. Edgestone set 
and reset, block gutters paved, flagging crosswalks laid and artificial 
stone sidewalks constructed. 

Engineering . 
Inspection 

Engineering expense . 
Advertising . 
Labor, handling stock 

Edgestone, 176 feet 1 inch straight, 2 small 
corners and 18 feet 10 inches circular . 

Carried forward $245 92 

* Done in connection with Albemarle street. 



$14 08 
77 00 

1 10 
4 GO 

2 85 

146 89 



Public Works Department. 219 

Brought jorward $245 92 

Flagging 9 36 

Blocks, 8,000 old granite 160 00 

Amount paid Daniel E. Lynch, under con- 
tract : 

175 linear feet straight edge- 
stone hauled and set @ 
21c. . . . $36 75 

19 linear feet circular edge- 
stone set @ 14c. . . 2 66 

440 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 12c. . 52 80 

207 square yards granite block 
paving hauled and laid 
@ 60c. . ... 124 20 

9 square yards existing 
granite block paving 
relaid @ 30c. . . 2 70 

3 square yarda flagging 

crosswalks hauled and 

laid @ 90c. ... 2 70 

4 square yards existing 

fiagg ing cro oswalks re- 
laid @ 30c. . . . 1 20 
3,855 square feet artificial stone 
3 idewalks furnished and 
laid @ 14c. . . . 539 70 
58 square feet artificial stone 
driveways fm-nished and 
laid @ 15c. ... 8 70 
1 cover reset @ $3 . . 3 00 
Extra work — Remove 
edgestone already set 
and constructed drive- 
way as directed: 
24 hours' labor @ 25c. . 
7 hours, paver, @ 62 |c. 
Plus 15 per cent on $10.38, 
2| hours, double team, @ 75c. 

788 23 

L,203 51 

Cambridge street (southerly side), from Washington street to Warren 
street. Length, 906 linear feet. Area, 10,011 square feet. Edge- 
stone reset, block gutters repaved and artificial stone sidewalks 
constructed. 

Engineering $55 64 

Inspection 54 25 

Engineering expense 1 80 

Edgestone, 14 feet straight .... 9 31 
Amount paid John Kelly Company, under 
contract : 

46 linear feet straight edge- 
stone hauled and set @ 
_ 19c. . _ ._ . . $8 74 

809 linear feet existing edge- 
atone reset @ 10c. . 80 90 



6 00 




4 38 




1 56 




1 88 






788 23 





Carried forward . . . $89 64 $121 00 

* Done in connection with Washington street. 



220 



GiTY Document No. 26. 



Brought forward 


$89 64 


291 square yarda existing 




granite block p a v i n g 




relaid @ 45c. 


130 95 


3 square yards existing 




flagging crosswalks 




relaid @ 50c. 


1 50 


,011 square feet artificial stone 




sidewalks furnished 




and laid @ ISsC . 


1,351 49 




$1,573 58 


Less 5 per cent retained . 


78 68 



$121 00 



1,494 90 



L,615 90 



Charles River avenue, Charlestown. Repairing support of roadway. 
Amount paid to W. H. Ellis & Son Company, 
under contract: 

General work $70 00 

12 S. H. oak piles @ $9 . . . . 108 00 

8,246 feet, board measure, hard pine lumber 

@ $45.50 375 19 

Extra work under order dated August 28 : 
2,770 feet, board measure, hard pine himber, 

to reinforce old bents. @ $55 . . 152 35 



$705 54 



Clarendon street, from Columbus avenue to Tremont street. Length, 1,191 
linear feet. Area, 6,227 square yards. Roadway paved with bitu- 
lithic pavement on a 6-inch concrete base, edgestone set and brick 
sidewalks laid. 



Engineering 






$86 66 


Inspection 






133 00 


Engineering expense . 






4 05 


Advertising 






12 90 


Labor, handhng stock 






1 92 


Teaming 






3 25 


Bricks 






261 00 


Flagging, 34 feet 11 inches North Ri\ 


'■er 




25 14 


Edgestone, 93 feet straight and 2 


28 feet ■= 


1 


inches circular .... 




313 02 


Amount paid to Warren Brothers ( 


Company 


) 


under contract: 






92 linear feet straight edge- 






stone hauled and set @ 






25c 


$23 0( 


) 


231 linear feet circular edge- 






stone set @ 18c. . 


41 5S 


3 


1,918 linear feet existing edge- 






stone reset @ 18c. 


345 2^ 


t 


559 square yards existing gran- 






ite block paving relaid, 






gravel joints, @ 50c. . 


279 5( 


) 


159 square yards existing 






granite block paving 






relaid, pitch joints, 






including concrete base. 






@ $1.90 .... 


302 1( 


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Carried forward 



$991 42 



$840 94 



Public Works Department. 



221 



Brought jorward 
171 square yards existing 
flagging crosswalks 
relaid, pitch joints, 
including concrete base, 
@ $1.35 . . . 

5,337 square yards bitulithic 
pavement fiu-nished and 
laid, including concrete 
base, @ $2.55 
114 square yards brick side- 
walks laid @ 55c. . 

1,775 square yards existing 
brick sidewalks relaid @ 
35c 



Credits: Edgestone, 6 large and 
2 smaU corners, old . 

Flagging, 200 feet old 
North River 

Blocks, 29,079 o 1 d 
granite 



$991 42 



230 85 



13,609 35 
62 70 



621 25 



$840 94 





15,515 57 




$16,356 51 


$54 00 




72 00 




581 58 


707 58 





$15,648 93 

Court square, East and west roadway from Court street, about 260 feet 
southerly. Length, 382 linear feet. Area, 1,153 square yards. The 
old asphalt removed and the existing concrete base brought up to the 
proper grade with new concrete by department force and was then 
resurfaced with asphalt. Artificial stone sidewalks in part paid for. 



Engineering 

Inspection .... 

Teaming .... 

Advertising .... 

Labor, employees, excavating 

Labor, employees, patching concrete 

Labor, resetting edgestone 

Labor, handling stock 

Gravel, 63 tons .... 

Cement, 73 barrels 

Edgestone, 38 feet 5 inches straight 

Lvunber 

Crushed stone, 105 tons 

Amount paid to Warren Brothers Company, 

under contract: 
1,153 square yards bituminous 

concrete binder and 

asphalt wearing surface 

fiu-nished and laid @ 

$1.60 .... $1,844 80 
5.2 cubic yards extra bitumi- 
nous concrete binder 

furnished and laid @ 

$11 57 20 

Amotmt paid to W. J. Grosvenor & Co. : 
Artificial stone sidewalks .... 

Amount paid to W. A. Murtfeldt Company: 
Artificial stone sidewalks .... 



$9 94 

28 00 

146 28 

4 00 

304 73 

245 32 

43 08 

57 

50 00 

140 33 

25 36 

6 14 

157 20 



1,902 00 
120 06 



294 00 



5,477 01 



222 



City Document No. 26. 



Dartmouth street, between Boylston and Newbury streets. Length, 118 
linear feet. Area, 862 square yards. Concrete base was built up 
and roadway resurfaced with bitulithic. 

Engineering $27 31 

Inspection 7 00 

Engineering expense 1 05 

Concrete base, 43f cubic yards @ $5.25 . . 229 69 

Amount paid to Warren Brothers Company, 
under contract: 
862 square yards bitulithic 
wearing surface f u r - 
nished and laid @ $1.50, $1,293 00 
34.24 tons extra material fur- 
nished and laid @ $9 



308 16 



1,601 16 



L,866 21 



Dix place (now Dore street), from Washington street to Tremont street. 
Length, 437 feet. Area, 909 square yards. Six hundred seventeen 
feet edgestone reset, 207 square yards brick walk relaid, 909 square 
yards concrete base laid by division force, and 785 square yards 
bitulithic pavement laid by Warren Brothers Company. 

Labor, excavating for concrete base 

Labor, mixing and placing concrete base 

Engineering 

Engineering expense . 

Labor, handling stock 

Labor, relaying crosswalks 

Labor, excavating for edgestone 

Labor, resetting edgestone 

Labor, excavating for brick walks 

Labor, relaying brick walks 

Labor, repaving gutters 

Teaming 

Gravel, 19^ tons . 

Sand, 78 cubic yards . 

Cement, 91 barrels 

Edgestone, 28 feet 5 inches straight 

Flagging, 4 feet 8 inches North River 

Bricks, 3,050 paving .... 

Crushed stone, 146.4 tons . 

Pitch, 482 pounds .... 

Amount paid to Warren Brothers Company: 
785 square yards bitulithic @ $1.50 

28.221 tons extra material @ $9 



$180 83 


567 


01 


66 55 


2 


05 




50 


5 


00 


52 


50 


99 


50 


5 


00 


39 


00 


50 67 


307 


00 


15 


21 


96 


72 


168 


36 


19 


07 


3 


36 


35 


38 


206 


79 


8 


67 


1,177 


50 


253 


99 



Credit: Blocks, 15,825 old granite 



$3,360 66 
316 50 



5,044 16 



Dorchester street, from Rogers street 146 feet westerly. Length, 152 linear 
feet. Area, 641 square yards. The block gutters and flagging cross- 
walks were removed and the roadway was surfaced with bitulithic. 
The granite block brows at the car tracks were relaid and the edgestone 
was set where necessary. 
Engineering $9 37 



Engineering expense . 

Gravel, 14i cubic yards 

Lumber 

Bricks, 80 paving 

Teaming 

Carried forward 



70 

15 89 

40 

93 

65 55 

$95 84 



Public Works Department. 



223 



Brought forward 

Steam roller 

Labor, employees, edgestone reset . 
Labor, employees, paving roadway . 
Labor, employees, excavating, mixing and 

placing base 

Labor, employees, crosswalks relaid 

Amount paid to Warren Brothers Company, 

under contract: 

641 square yards bituminous top surface 
furnished and laid @ $1.50 



Credit: Blocks, 700 old granite 



$95 84 


45 


50 


12 


25 


65 


10 


111 


11 


11 


25 



961 50 

L,299 55 
14 00 



L,285 55 



$62 97 


206 50 


3 


55 


4 


40 


3 


45 


266 


74 


208 80 


112 


85 


58 


50 


13 


50 



Eustis street, from Dearborn street to Magazine street. Length, 1,981 
linear feet. Area, 5,723 square yards. Bitulithic pavement laid on 
a 6-inch concrete base, edgestone reset, flagging crosswalks laid and 
brick sidewalks relaid. 

Engineering . 

Inspection 

Engineering expenses . 

Advertising . 

Labor, handling stock 

Bricks, 23,320 paving 

Flagging, 290 feet North River 

Edgestone, 20 feet straight and 90 feet 6 inches 

cii'cirlar 
Steam roller . 

Filling 

Amount paid to John F. Beatty, imder con- 
tract : 
39 cubic yards water box 

excavation @ $1 . . $39 00 

20 linear feet straight edge- 
stone and corners hauled 
and set @ 16c. . . 3 20 

92 linear feet circular edge- 
stone set (a) 16c. . . 14 72 
2,726 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ lie. . 299 86 
193 square yards existing gran- 
ite block paving relaid, 
gravel joints, @ 43c. . 82 99 
103 square yards existing gran- 
ite block paving relaid, 
pitch joints, including 
concrete base, @ $1.63, 167 89 
6 square yards existing flag- 
ging crosswalks relaid, 
gravel joints, @ 43c. . 2 58 
64 square yards flagging cross- 
walks hauled and laid, 
pitch joints, including 
concrete base, @ $1.85, 118 40 
101 square yards existing flag- 
ging crosswalks relaid, 
pitch joints, including 
concrete base, @ $1.63, 164 63 



Carried forward 



27 



$941 26 



224 



City Document No. 26. 



13,435 48 
k 

502 25 


14,831 00 




$68 46 
22 80 


$15,772 26 
91 26 




t 174 feet north. 


(Work done in 1913.) 
$601 25 



Brought forward . . . $893 27 $941 26 

5,693 square yards concrete base 

and bitxilithic wearing 

surface furnished and 

laid @ $2.36 
2,009 square feet existing brick 

sidewalks relaid @ 25c 



Credit: Old blocks 
Old corners 



9,250 granite paving blocks 

Friend street, from Washington street to Sudbury street. Length, 331 feet. 
Area, 709 square yards. Paved with new granite blocks on a gravel 
base with pitch and pebble joints, 149 feet edgestone reset, 119 
square yards brick walks relaid, 106 square yards crosswalks 
relaid, 12 square yards block paving relaid. 

Labor, edgestone excavating . . 

Labor, edgestone resetting 

Labor, brick walks excavating . 

Labor, brick walks relaying 

Labor, crosswalk excavating 

Labor, crosswalk relaying . 

Labor, roadway excavating 

Labor, roadway paving 

Sand, 4? tons 

Gravel, 40 tons 

Blocks, 18,200 large granite 

Edgestone, 14 feet 10 inches 

Flagging, 94 feet 4 inches North River 

Bricks, 1,350 paviag .... 

Pitch, 15,215 poiinds .... 

Pebbles, 24 tons 

Teaming 



Credit: Blocks, 17,600 old granite 





$4 63 




14 25 




10 00 




21 57 




12 50 




54 09 




182 05 




228 19 




5 63 




31 20 




955 50 




9 79 




33 96 




15 66 




103 16 




58 80 




181 50 




$1,922 48 




352 00 



L,570 48 



Germania street, between Boylston and Bismarck streets. Length, 709 feet. 
Area, 1,576 square yards. Rough grade roadway, set edgestone, 
block gutters paved, flagging crosswalks laid, brick sidewalks relaid 
and artificial atone sidewalks constructed, 1,018 square yards tar 
macadam roadway resurfaced, 7 inches deep. (Work done in 1913.) 
Amount paid to John McCom-t Company, under contract: 
Removing trees, bushes, etc. ... $1 00 

710 cubic yards earth excavation @ 74c. 526 40 

71 cubic yards rock excavation @ $3 213 00 

1,118 linear feet straight edgestone and cor- 
ners hauled and set @ 22c. . . . 245 96 
48 linear feet circular edgestone set @ 18c., 8 64 
91 linear feet existing edgestone reset @ 

16c 14 56 

Carried forward $1,009 56 



Public Works Department. 225 



Brought forward 

440 square yards granite block paving 
hauled and laid @ 75c. 
42 square yards existing granite block pav- 
ing relaid @ 50c 

64 square yards flagging crosswalks hauled 

and laid @ $1 

10 square yards existing flagging cross- 
walks 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. . 

2 covers reset @ $3 

Extra work — Furnish watchman and 
light during suspension of work: 
14 days, watchman, @ $2.25 
Plus 15 per cent on $31.50 . 

14 gallons oil @ 12c 

Extra work — Furnish stonecutter : 

1 day, stonecutter, @ $5 . 
Plus 15 per cent on $5 

Extra work — Reset Bradlej'-head catch- 
basins : 

2 Bradley head catch-basins reset @ $5 . 



Less 2 small corners taken by contrac- 
tors @ $3.60 



Leas amount paid in 1913 



$1,009 56 


330 


00 


21 


00 


64 


00 


7 


50 


12 


95 


690 34 


23 
6 


04 
00 


31 
4 

1 


50 
73 

68 


5 00 
75 


10 


00 


$2,217 05 


7 


20 


$2,209 85 
1,829 57 



$380 28 



Jess street, from Porter street about 220 feet southerly. Length, 225 linear 
feet. Area, 500 square yards. Six-inch tar macadam roadway con- 
structed, edgestone reset, cobble gutters relaid and artificial stone 
sidewalks constructed. 

Engineering $10 61 

Inspection 31 50 

Engineering expense 50 

Blocks, old granite, 850 17 00 

Amount paid James Doherty, under contract: 

432 Unear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 20c. . $86 40 

141 square yards existing gran- 
ite block paving relaid 
@50c 70 50 

333 square yards bituminous 
macadam roadway fur- 
nished and placed (tar 
binder) @ $1.17 . . 389 61 

1,820 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks furnished and 
laid @ 20c. ... 364 00 

Carried forward . . . $910 51 $59 61 



226 



City Document No. 26. 



Brought forward 


$910 51 


$59 61 


2 covers reset @ $3 . 


6 00 




Extra work • — Haiil and 






lay granite blocks for 






cross gutter at southerly 






end of street: 






13 square yards granite block 






paving hauled and laid 






@ 85c. 


11 05 






S927 56 




Less 97 gallons tar binder 






not furnished by con- 






tractor @ 8c. 


7 76 


919 80 







$979 41 



Kennard avenue, from Allen street to Poplar street. Length, 226 linear 
feet. Area, 469 square yards. One hundred and fifty-one square 
yards gutters repaved, 441 feet edgestone reset, 11 square yards cross- 
walks relaid, 240 square yards brick walks relaid and 312 square 
yards taric pavement laid. 

Labor, engineering 

Labor, edgestone excavating 



Labor, edgestone resetting 

Labor, brick walls excavatiog 

Labor, brick walla relaying 

Labor, gutters excavating 

Labor, gutters repaving 

Labor, roadway excavating 

Labor, roadway repaving 

Labor, crosswalks relaying 

Sand, 10 tons 

Gravel, 361 tons .^ 

Cement 

Bricks, 2,350 paving . 

Edgestone, 4 feet 4 inches 

Crushed stone, 5 tons 

Teaming ... 

Steam roller 

Amount paid to the Independent Coal Tar 

Company : 
312 square yards taric pavement furnished 

and laid @ $1 



Credit : Blocks, old granite 



$17 52 
41 25 
70 01 

6 50 
48 08 
30 82 
74 20 

27 17 
2 50 
9 21 

18 50 

28 47 

1 29 
27 26 

2 86 

7 50 
104 25 

27 75 



312 00 

$857 15 
47 60 



$809 55 



Marlborough street, from Clarendon street to Massachusetts avenue. 
Length, * 4,125 linear feet. Area, * 16,443 square yards. Block 
gutters and crosswalks removed and roadway resurfaced with bitu- 
hthic pavement from cui'b to curb, edgestone reset and brick side- 
walks relaid. 
Engineering 



Inspection 

Engineering expense 

Advertising 

Labor, employees, excavating edgestone 

Carried forward 



150 


50 


8 


70 


4 


00 


31 


13 



$333 21 



* The contract was extended to Charlesgate East. 



Public Works Department. 



227 



Brought forward $333 21 

Labor, employees, resetting edgestone . . 76 26 

Labor, employees, excavating crosswalks . 77 51 

Labor, employees, relaying crosswalks . . 173 75 

Labor, employees, repaying roadway . . 23 67 

Labor, employees, excavating brick walks . 12 38 

Labor, employees, relaying brick walks . . 63 67 

Teaming 112 50 

Sand, 13 tons 24 05 

Gravel, 31 tons 24 18 

Cement 19 

Bricks, 700 paving 10 50 

Crushed stone, 179.2 tons 268 96 

Amount paid James Doherty, under contract : 
14,025 square yards bituminous 
top surface furnished 
and laid @.f 1.64^ . $23,07113 
Extra work: Extend con- 
tract to Charlesgate 
East: 
2,418 square yards bituminous 
top sm-face furnished 
and laid @ $1.64| . 3,977 61 

Extra work — Remove 
poor material from 
trench, place crushed 
stone, dress edgestone 
and load flagging as 
directed : 
8 hours, stonecutter, @ 

62^c 

440 hours' labor @ 25c. . 
80 hours, double team, @ 

75c 

Plus 15 per cent on $175, 



5 00 
110 00 




60 00 
26 25 


27,249 99 






$28,450 82 


$2,435 00 




136 14 


2,571 14 





Credit: Blocks, 121,750 old 
granite 
Flagging, 378 feet 2 • 
inches old North 
River .... 

2.571 14 

$25,879 68 

* Marmion street, from 112 feet southwest of Montebello road toward 
Cornwall street. Maintenance. Length, 183 linear feet. Area, 
112 square yards. (Sidewalks.) Edgestone set, block gutters paved, 
flagging crosswalks laid and existing brick sidewalks relaid. 
Amount paid James Doherty, under contract: 

65 cubic yards earth excavation @ 60c. . . $39 00 

206 linear feet existing edgestone reset @ 

14c. ........ 28 84 

134 square yards block paving laid @ 50c. . 67 00 

4 square yards flagging crosswalks hauled 

and laid @ 90c 3 60 

98 square yards existing brick sidewalks 

relaid @ 33c 32 34 

$170 78 



* Done in connection with Montebello road and Haverford street, and Marmion street 
("393" section). 



228 City Document No. 26. 

Massachusetts avenue, from near Midland Division Bridge to Columbia road. 
Length, 2,347 linear feet. Area, 11,996 square yards. Edgestone set 
and artificial stone sidewalks constructed on the easterly side roadway 
paved with special cut granite blocks on a concrete base, and flaggmg 
crosswalks laid. 

Engineering «^^^ «/ 

Inspection a a^ 

Engineering expense o b^ 

AfivGrtisinff ..•■•■■■ 

Flagging, 181 feet 4 inches North River . 144 96 

Edgestone, 2,122 feet 4 inches straight, 2 small 

and 8 large corners Ij^oo ^^ 

Labor, handling stock tn ia 

Templets . , ^^ ^^ 

Bricks, 2,500 paving . -^ , >. ' ^^ "^ 

Amount paid Jeremiah J. McCarthy Com- 
pany, under contract: 
2,141 linear feet straight edge- 
stone and corners 
hauled and set @ 16c., $342 66 

295 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 15c. . 44 25 
35 square yards existing 
granite block paving 
relaid @ 50c. . . 17 50 
10,165 square yards granite block 
paving furnished and 
laid, grout joints, in- 
cluding concrete base, 
@$3.10 . ... 31,511 50 
31 square yards existing 
granite block paving 
relaid, grout joints, in- 
cluding concrete base, 
@ $1.50 . ... 46 50 
44 square yards flagging 
crosswalks hauled and 
laid, grout joints, in- 
cluding concrete base, 
@ $1.75 ■ • . • 77 00 
90 square yards existing 
flagging crosswalks re- 
laid, grout joints, in- 
cluding concrete base, 
@ $1 . . . . 90 00 
112 square yards existing 
brick sidewalks relaid 

@ 50c 56 00 

25,258 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks furnished and 
laid @ 15Jc. 3,914 99 



$36,100 30 
Less 5 per cent retained, 1,805 02 



$36,760 96 
Credit: Blocks, 62,150 old granite . . 1,243 00 



34,295 28 

$35,517 96 



Metropolitan avenue, from Kittredge street to beyond Granada avenue. 
Length, 1,100 linear feet on north side; 1,242 linear feet on south side. 



Public Works Department. 



229 



Area, 12,404 square feet. Artificial stone sidewalks were constructed, 
a part with full width and a part 5 feet in width, and artificial stone 
steps were constructed on the southerly side. 



Engineering 
Inspection . 
Advertising . 
Engineering expense . 
Labor, handling stock 
Teaming 

Edgestone, 25 feet 
Amount paid to Frank J 

contract : 
12,404 square feet artificial 
stone sidewalks fur- 
nished and laid @ 

14|c 

375 square feet artificial 
stone driveways fur- 
nished and laid @ 16c., 
Extra work — Construct 
artificial stone steps 
where directed: 
87 1 linear feet artificial 
stone steps, 12 inches 
wide, constructed @ 
$1.10 .... 
24| linear feet artificial 
stone steps, 5 inches 
wide, constructed @ 
25c. . . . _ . 
10^ square feet artificial 
stone platform con- 
structed @ 75c. . 
Extra work — Set and 
reset return stones for 
driveways where di- 
rected: 
27| hom-s' skilled labor @ 

43fc 

Plus 15 per cent on 
$12.03 .... 
1 bag cement 

Extra work — Grade 

banks as directed: 
Grading banks 



Gallagher, under 



$1,829 59 



60 00 



$33 13 
115 50 
4 40 

1 95 
37 

2 00 
16 63 



96 25 



6 13 



12 03 



1 80 
50 




60 00 


2,074 18 





$2,248 16 



North Anderson street, between Cambridge and Fruit streets. Length, 

447 linear feet. Area, 1,242 square yards. Roadway resurfaced with 

taric compound. 

Engineering . 

Engineering expense 



Labor, roadway excavating 

Labor, barring out gutters 

Teaming .... 

Steam roller 

Amoimt paid to the Independent Coal Tar 

Company : 
Furnishing and laying 1,159 square yards 

taric pavement 



$2 51 
10 
103 88 
94 01 
67 00 
87 75 



990 00 



L,345 25 



230 City Document No. 26. 

*Oriole street, southerly side, from Park street to Bellevue street. Length, 
866 linear feet. Area, 5,255 square feet. Edgestone set, block gutters 
paved, flagging crosswalks laid and artificial stone sidewalks con- 
structed. 



Engineering 




$26 57 


Inspection 




49 


00 


Engineering expense . 






65 


Advertising 




1 


43 


Labor, handling stock 




12 


51 


Blocks, old granite, 15,850 . 




317 


00 


Edgestone, 511 feet 3 inches straight, 37 feet 






8 inches circula r and 2 sma 11 corners 


388 


61 


Flagging, 60 feet 9 inches . 




43 


74 


Amount paid to Charlea J. Jacobs Company, 






under contract: 








832 linear feet straight edge- 








stone and comers hauled 








and set @ 23c. 


$191 36 






39 linear feet circular edge- 








stone set @ 17c. . 


6 63 






17 Unear feet existing edge- 








stone reset @ 17c. 


2 89 






303 square yards granite block 








paving hauled and laid 








@ 50c 


151 50 






7 square yards existing gran- 








ite block paving relaid 








@40c 


2 80 






12 square yards flagging cross- 








walks hauled and laid 








@ 50c. ... 


6 00 






5,255 square feet artificial stone 








sidewalks furnished and 








laid @ 13ic. . . 


709 42 






65 square feet artificial stone 








driveways furnished and 








laid @ 16c. . 


10 40 






Extra work: Set edge- 








stone into arch of cul- 








vert; cut and remove 








return stones at drive- 








way, team 2 small cor- 








ners to yard: 








15 hours' labor @ 30c. . 


4 50 






Plus 15 per cent on $4.50 . 


68 






1 day, double team, @ $6, 


3 00 






Extra work — Remove 








buried stumps and shift 








cinders : 








1 day, double team, @ $6, 


6 00 










1,095 


18 







$1,934 69 

Park Lane street, Jamaica Plain. Pipe fence and hand rails repaired. 

Inspection $31 50 

Amount paid to P. J. Dinn & Co., under con- 
tract : 
To repairing iron fence on steps . . . 185 00 

$216 50 

* Done in connection with Anawan avenue and Park street. 



Public Works Department. 231 

* Park street (southerly side), from Gilmore terrace to Boxford terrace. 
Length, 185 linear feet. Area, 1,004 square feet. Edgestone set, 
gutters paved, flagging crosswalks laid and artificial stone sidewalks 
constructed. 

Engineering $10 49 

Inspection 38 50 

Engineering expense 10 

Advertising 1 44 

Flagging, 50 feet North River .... 36 00 
Edgestone, 158 feet 1 inch straight and 18 feet 

10 inches circular 125 84 

Labor, handling stock 2 37 

Amount paid Charles J. Jacobs Company, 

under contract: 

157 linear feet straight e d g e- 

stone and corners 

hauled and set @ 23c. . $36 11 

19 linear feet circular e d g e- 

stone set @ 17c. . . 3 23 

5 linear feet existing e d g e- 

stone reset (5) 17c. . 85 

67 square yards existing 

granite block paving 

relaid @ 40c. . . 26 80 

11 square yards flagging 

crosswalks hauled and 
laid @ 50c. . _ . . 5 50 

1,004 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks furnished and 
laid @ 13|c. ... 135 54 



208 03 



$422 77 



Porter street, between Bismarck and Amory streets. Length, 427 Unear feet. 
Area, 949 square yards. Six -inch tar macadam roadway constructed, 
edgestone set, block gutters paved, flagging crosswalks laid and 
artificial stone sidewalks constructed. 



Engineering 




$38 25 


Inspection 




126 00 


Engineering expense . 




85 


Teaming 




1 75 


Handling stock .... 




6 13 


Edgestone, 289 feet straight, 24 feet circular 




and 2 small corners 




201 62 


Flagging, 150 feet North River 




117 00 


Amount paid to James Doherty, 


under con- 




tract : 






260 linear feet straight edge- 






stone and corners 






hauled and set @ 31c., 


$80 60 




24 linear feet circular e d g e- 






stone set @ 23c. . 


5 52 




560 Hnear feet existing edge- 






stone reset @ 20c. 


112 00 




294 square yards granite 






block paving hauled 






and laid @ 85c. 


249 90 




Carried forward 


$448 02 


$491 60 



* Done in connection with Anawan avenue and Oriole street. 



232 



City Document No. 26. 



Brought forward 
5 square yarda existing 
granite block paving re- 
laid @ 50c. . . . 
32 square yards fl a g g i n g 
crosswalks hauled and 
laid @ $1.15 . 
648 square yarda tar macadam 
siu-f ace furnished and 
placed @ $1.17 . 
3,623 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks furnished and 
laid @ 20c. . 
90 square feet artificial stone 
driveways furnished and 
laid @ 20c. . 
2 covers reset @ $3 . 



Credit: Blocks, old granite 



$448 02 


$491 60 


2 50 




36 80 




758 16 




724 60 




18 00 
6 00 


1,994 08 






$2,485 68 
171 30 



,314 38 



Shirley street, from Norfolk avenue about 500 feet northerly. Length, 
592 linear feet. Area, 1,635 square yards. This street was paved 
with second-hand granite blocks on a gravel base, edgestone set, 
flagging crosswalks laid and brick sidewalks laid. 



Engineering 






$40 09 


Inspection 






52 50 


Engineering expense .... 






2 80 


Advertising 






4 00 


Labor, handling stock 






1 33 


Blocks, old granite, 36,050 






721 00 


Bricks, 4,500 paving . . . _ . 






52 20 


Flagging, 75 feet 2 inches North River 






54 12 


Teaming 






6 01 


Amount paid to James Doherty, under con 




tract : 






368 linear feet existing e d g e- 






stone reset @ 13c. 


$47 8^ 




183 square yards existing 






granite block paving 






relaid, gravel joints, @ 






50c. . ... 


91 5( 




1,385 square yards existing 






granite block paving 






hauled and laid, grout 






joints, @ 65c. 


900 2 




26 square yards existing 






flagging crosswalks re- 






laid, gravel joints, @ 






50c 


13 




40 square yards existing 






flagging crosswalks re- 






laid, grout joints, @ 






63c 


25 2 




419 square yards existing 






brick sidewalks relaid @ 






30c 


125 7 





Carried forward 



$1,203 49 $934 05 



Public Works Department. 233 

$934 05 



Brought forward 


$1,203 49 


5 covers reset @ $3 . 


15 00 


Extra work — Take out 




and load old flagging as 




directed : . 




15 hours' labor @ 25c. . 


3 75 


Plus 15 per cent on $3.75 . 


56 



1,222 80 
$2,156 85 



Station street, from Columbus avenue to Parker street. Length, 628 
linear feet. Area, 1,951 square yards. Roadway paved with bitulithic 
pavement on a concrete base, edgestone reset, flagging crosswalks 
laid and artiflcial stone sidewalks constructed. 



Engineering 




$54 46 


Inspection 




98 00 


Engineering expense . 




2 05 


Edgestone, 38 feet straight and 56 feet 6 inches 




circular 




87 42 


Flagging, 160 feet 2 inches North River 


115 32 


Labor, handling stock 




3 10 


Amount paid to John F. Beatty, 


under con- 




tract : 






38 Unear feet straight edge- 






stone and corners 






hauled and set @ 21c., 


$7 98 




57 linear feet circular edge- 






stone set @ 15c. 


8 55 




696 linear feet existing edge- 






stone reset @ 12c. 


83 52 




51 square yards existing 






granite block paving 






relaid, gravel joints, 






@43c 


21 93 




50 s q u a r e yards exist- 






ing granite block 






paving relaid, pitch 






joints, including con- 






. Crete base, @ $1.50 . 


75 00 




15 square yards existing 






flagging crosswalks re- 






1 a i d, gravel joints, @ 






43c 


6 45 




30 square yards flagging 






crosswalks hauled and 






laid, pitch joints, in- 






cluding concrete base, 






@$1.73 . . _ . 


51 90 




18 square yards existing 






flagging crosswalks re- 






laid, pitch joints, in- 






cluding concrete base, 






@ $1.50 


27 00 




1,776 square yards concrete 






base and bitulithic 






wearing surface fur- 






nished and laid @ 






$2.48 . . . _ . 


4,404 48 




21 square yards existing 






brick sidewalks relaid 






@25c 


5 25 





Carried forward . . . $4,692 06 $360 35 



234 



City Document No. 26. 



Brought forward 
5,606 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks furnished 
and laid @ 14c. . 
5 covers reset @ $3 . 
Extra work — Furnish 
and lay extra concrete 
base where dii'ected; 
17 square yards extra con- 
crete base furnished 
and laid @ $1 . 
Extra work — Furnish 
and lay extra bitu- 
lithic material where 
directed : 
45.742 tons extra bitulithic ma- 
terial furnished and laid 



1,692 06 $360 35 



784 84 
15 00 



17 00 



411 68 











$6,280 93 


Credit: Blocks, 9,700 old 






granite 


$194 00 




Edgestone, 6 old cor- 






ners .... 


18 00 




Edgestone, 5 feet old . 


1 70 


213 70 







),067 23 



Washington street, from Cambridge street to Union street. Length, 
1,500 linear feet. Area, 24,155 square feet. Edgestone reset, block 
gutters paved and artificial stone sidewalks constructed. 



Engineering 




$88 28 


Inspection 




152 25 


Engineering expense . 




2 45 


Labor 




69 


Labor, handling stock 




1 84 


Teaming 




1 75 


Edgestone, 121 feet 9 inches si 


raight, 13 




small corners and 29 feet 3 inche 


s circidar, 


156 96 


Flagging, 169 feet 3 inches North R 


iver 


60 93 


Blocks, 17,245 old granite 




344 90 


Amount paid John Kelly Compai 


ay, under 




contract : 






122 linear feet straight edge- 






stone hauled and set @ 






19c 


$23 18 




30 linear feet circular edge- 






stone set @ 15c. 


4 50 




1,516 linear feet existing edge- 






stone reset @ 10c. 


151 60 




503 square yards granite 






block paving hauled 






and laid @ 65c. . 


326 95 




86 square yards existing 






granite block paving 






relaid @ 45c. 


38 70 




38 square yards flagging 






crosswalks hauled and 






laid @ 90c. . 


34 20 




Carried forward 


$579 13 


$810 05 



* Done in connection with Cambridge street. 



Public Works Department. 



235 



Brought forward 


$579 13 


29 square yards existing 




flagging crosswalks 




relaid @ 50c. 


14 50 


3 square yards brick side- 




walks laid @ 20c. 


60 


24,154 square feet artificial 




stone sidewalks fur- 




nished and laid @ 




13|c 


3,260 79 


701 square feet artificial 




stone driveways fur- 




nished and laid @ 16c., 


112 16 




$3,967 18 


Less 5 per cent retained, 


198 36 



$810 05 



3,768 82 



Washington street, from Blue Hill avenue to Talbot avenue. 
in 1913.) 
Engineering 



1,578 87 
(Work done 
$16 57 



Zeigler street, from Warren street to Dearborn street. Length, 1,073 
linear feet. Area, 2,384 square yards. Roadway paved with bitu- 
lithic pavement on a concrete base, edgestone reset, flagging cross- 
walks laid and brick sidewalks laid. 



Engineering . 










$46 42 


Inspection 










101 50 


Engineering expense . 










2 65 


Advertising . 










4 60 


Labor, handling stock 










5 67 


Templets 










32 45 


Bricks, 12,000 paving 










139 20 


Flagging, 289 feet 4 inches North River 


208 32 


Edgestone, 67 feet straight and 


52 feet 1( 


) 


inches circular .... 




102 69 


Amount paid to John F. Beatty, 


tmder con 


- 


tract: 






9 cubic yards water box 






excavation @ $1 . 


$9 0( 


) 


67 linear feet straight edge- 






stone and corners 






hauled and set @ 16c., 


10 72 


) 


52 linear feet circular edge- 






stone set @ 16c. 


8 3: 


> 


1,687 linear feet existing edge- 






stone reset @ lie. 


185 57 




174 square yards existing 






granite block paving 






relaid, gravel joints, 






@43c. . . . . 


74 82 


) 


36 square yards existing 






granite block paving 






relaid, pitch joints, in- 






cluding concrete 






base. @ $1.63 


58 65 


I 


27 square yards existing 






flagging crosswalks re- 






laid, gravel joints, @ 






43c. 






11 61 





Carried forward 



$358 72 



$643 50 



236 



City Document No. 26. 



Brought forward 

64 square yards flagging 
crosswalks hauled and 
laid, pitch joints, in- 
cluding concrete base, 
@ $1.85 

14 square yards existing 
flagging crosswalks re- 
laid, pitch- joints, in- 
cluding concrete base, 
@$1.63 
2,251 square yards con- 
crete base and bitu- 
lithic wearing surface 
furnished and laid @ 
$2.36 .... 

20 square yards brick 
sidewalks laid.* 
976 square yards existing 
brick sidewalks re- 
laid @ 25c. . 
3 covers reset @ $3 . 



Credit: Blocks, 25,516 old 
granite and 312 
crossing 
Bricks, 820 old paving, 
Edgestone, 4 old cor- 
ners .... 



$358 72 



118 40 



22 82 



5,312 36 



$643 50 



244 00 
9 00 


6,065 30 






$6,708 80 


$549 32 
5 74 




12 00 


567 06 





),141 74 



SPECIAL APPROPRIATIONS. 

Avery, Mason and Washington Streets. 

t Avery street, from Washington street to Tremont street. Length, 440 
linear feet. Area, 1,356 square yards. This street was widened, the 
old foundation walls and building materials were removed, retaining 
walls were built on the street lines where necessary and the roadway 
was paved with bitulithic on a concrete base. Artificial stone side- 
walks were constructed. 



Engineering 

Inspection 

Engineering expense 

Advertising . 

Printing 

Labor, handling stock 

Labor, lighting lamps 

Edgestone, 253 feet 9 inches straight, 1 small 

corner and 138 feet 4| inches circular . 
Amount paid Coleman Brothers, under con- 
tract : 
1,872 cubic yards filling fiu-- 

nished @ 25c. . . $469 50 

161 linear f^eet straight edge- 
stone hauled and set @ 
20c 



$384 87 

360 52 

1 20 

5 30 

128 90 

3 45 

22 50 

324 59 



82 20 



Carried forward 



$501 70 $1,231 33 



* No price bid for this kind of work, 
t Done in connection with Washington street and Mason street. 



Public Works Department. 237 

Brought forward . . . $501 70 $1,231 33 

100 linear feet circular edge- 
stone set @ 20c. . 20 00 
461 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 15c. . 69 15 
3 square yards gi-anite 
block paving laid, 
pitch joints, including 
concrete base, @ $2 . 6 00 
6 square yards flagging 
crosswalks hauled and 
laid, pitch joints, in- 
cluding concrete base, 
@ $2 . . . . 12 00 
1,226 square yards concrete 
base and bitulithic 
wearing surface fur- 
nished and laid @ 
$2.50 .... 3,065 00 
32 square yards wood block 
pavement fiunished 
and laid, including 
concrete base @ $3.75, 120 00 
3,629 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks furnished 
and laid® 16c. . . 580 64 
Extra work — Furnish 
and lay bitulithic pave- 
ment on old base: 
31 square yards bitulithic 
pavement furnished 
and laid on old base 
@ $1.75 ... 54 25 
Extra work — Remove 
old rubbish, building 
material, etc., and con- 
struct retaining wall 
where directed: 
398 hours, foreman, @ 62^c., 248 75 
46 hours, subforeman, @ 

50c 

215| hours, mason, @ 65c. 
56 hours, tender, @ 25c. 
6,296i hours' labor @ 25c. 

126 hours, watchman, @ 25c. 

72 hours, single team, @ 

43fc., .... 

1,169 hours,double team,® 75c. 

Plus 15 per cent on 

$2,939.71 

Less 15 per cent re- 
tained .... 



Credit: Blocks, 5,268 old granite 



23 00 

140 08 

14 00 

1,574 13 

31 50 




31 50 

876 75 




440 96 




$7,809 41 
1,171 41 


6,638 00 






$7,869 33 
105 36 



r,763 97 



* Mason street, at northwesterly corner of Avery street. Length, 60 feet. 
Area, 160 square yards. One himdred and sixty square yards bitulithic 
pavement laid in concrete base, edgestone set and artificial stone walks 
constructed. 

* Done in connection with Avery street and Washington street. 



238 City Document No. 26. 



Engineering .... 




$10 00 


Amount paid Coleman Brothers, 


under con- 




tract : 






27 linear feet straight edge- 






stone hauled and set @ 






20c 


$5 40 




21 linear feet circular edge- 






stone set @ 20c. 


4 20 




39 linear feet existing edge- 






stone reset @ 15c. 


5 85 




160 square yards concrete base 






and bitulithic wearing sur- 






face furnished and laid @ 






$2.50 . . .. 


400 00 




259 square feet artificial stone 






sidewalks furnished and 






laid @ 16c. 


41 44 




Extra work — Furnish and 






lay bitulithic pavement on 






old base: 






16 square yards bitulithic pave- 






ment furnished and laid 






on existing concrete base 






@$1.75 .... 


28 00 






$484 89 




Less 15 per cent retained, 


72 74 


412 15 










f/foo It; 




tjp^ii^ X o 



Washington street, at northwesterly corner of Avery street. Wood 
block paving laid and relaid, edgestone set and reset, artificial stone 
walks laid and portion of building removed. 

Engineering $169 65 

Inspection 208 25 

Labor, lighting lamps 7 50 

Amount paid Robert R. McNutt, Inc., under 

contract: 
To taking down and removing buildings, as 

per contract 2,650 00 

Amount paid Coleman Brothers, under con- 
tract : 
258 cubic yards filling furnished 

@ 25c $64 60 

25 linear feet straight edge- 
stone hauled and set @ 
20c. ..... 5 00 

1 linear foot existing edge- 
stone reset @ 15c. . . 15 
20 square yards wood block 
pavement furnished and 
laid, including concrete 
base, @ $3.75 ... 75 00 
69 linear feet wood block pave- 
ment furnished and laid 
on existing concrete base 
@$2.85 .... 193 80 

387 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks furnished and 
laid @ 16c. . . . 61 92 



Carried fonvard . . . $400 37 $3,035 40 



* Done in connection with Avery street and Mason street. 



Public Works Department. 



239 



Brought forward 


$400 37 


Build wall as directed in 


front of old theater: 




18 hours, foreman, @ 62|c. 


11 25 


2 hours, subforeman, @ 50c. 


1 00 


41 hours' labor @ 25c. 


35 25 


32 houra, mason, @ 65c. . 


20 80 


Plus 15 per cent onS68.30 


10 25 



Less 15 per cent retained, 



$478 92 
71 84 



5,035 40 



407 08 



5,442 48 



East First street, South Boston. Length, 180 linear feet. Sea wall being 
built. (Work unfinished.) 

Engineering $609 26 

Inspection 192 50 

Engineering expense 4 79 

Advertising 4 20 

Teaming shanty 7 00 

Amount paid John Cashman & Sons Com- 
pany, under contract: 
Building sea wall (unfinished) . 
7,000 cubic yards filling fur- 
nished @ 45c. 



Less 15 per cent retained. 



56,400 00 

3,150 00 

$9,550 00 
1,432 50 



8,117 50 



5,935 25 



Harvard avenue, between Commonwealth avenue and Cambridge street. 
Length, 1,854 linear feet. Area, 7,961 square yards. Roadway paved 
with bitulithic on a 6-inch concrete base, edgestone reset, flagging 
crosswalks laid and artificial stone sidewalks constructed; woodblocks 
were laid next to the car tracks. 



Engineering 


1628 94 


Inspection 


336 00 


Engineering expense 


15 30 


Labor, handling stock .... 


2 28 


Teaming 


3 50 


Flagging, 255 feet 3 inches North River . 


91 89 


Edgestone 


232 37 


Amount paid to Coleman Brothers: 




24 cubic yards excavating @ 





60c $14 40 

108.16 square yards concrete 
base and bituUthic 
wearing surface @ 
$2.50 .... 270 40 

Amount paid Coleman Brothers, under con- 
tract : 
3,533 cubic yards earth exca- 
vation @ 60c. . . $2,119 80 
256 cubic j^ards water box 

excavation @ $1.25 . 320 00 

1| cubic yards rock excava- 
tion @, $3 . . . 4 50 



284 80 



Carried forward 



2,444 30 $1,595 08 



240 City Document No. 26. 



Brought forward 


$2,444 30 $1,595 08 


149 linear feet straight edge- 




stone hauled and set @ 




17c 


25 33 


136 linear feet circular edge- 




stone set @, 17c. . 


23 12 


2,552 linear feet existing edge- 




stone reset @ 13c. 


331 76 


221 square yards existing 




granite block paving 




relaid, gravel joints, @ 




50c 


110 50 


* 131 square yards existing 




granite block paving 




relaid, including con- 




crete base, @$1.50 


196 50 


21 square yards existing flag- 




ging crosswalks relaid, 




gravel joints, @ $1 


21 00 


* 65 square yards flagging 




crosswalks hauled and 




laid, including concrete 




base, @ $2 . _ . _ . 


130 00 


* 116 square yards existing 




flagging crosswalks re- 




laid, including concrete 




base, @ $1.50 . 


174 00 


6,131 square yards concrete 




base and bitulithic 




wearing surface fur- 




nished and laid @ 




$2.50 .... 


15,327 50 


1,276 square yards wood block 




pavement furnished 




and laid, including 




concrete base, @ $3.60, 


4,593 60 


18,284 square feet artificial stone 




sidewalks furnished 




and laid @ 16c. . 


2,925 44 


1,125 square feet artificial stone 




driveways furnished 




and laid @ 20c. . 


225 00 


2 covers reset @ $3 . 


6 00 


Removing trees, bushes, 




etc. .... 


100 00 


Extra work — Locate 




service pipes, backfill 




water trenches and re- 




move surplus material 




left by Water Service: 




53 hours' labor @ 25c. 


13 25 


Plus 15 per cent on $13.25, 


1 99 


5 hoiKs, double team, @ 




75c 


3 75 


Extra work — Dress 




edgestone and change 




driveways as directed: 




39 hom-s, stonecutter, @ 




62ic 


24 38 


2 hours, paver, @ 62|c. . 


1 25 


Carried forward 


$C6,678 67 $1,595 08 



* Laid with grout joints. 



Public Woeks Department. 



241 



Brought forward 
12 hoiirs' labor @ 25c. 

Plus 15 per cent on $28.63, 
Extra work — - Relocate 
Parker Memorial: 
8 hours, naason, @ 75c. 
16 hours, tender, @ 28|c. . 
40 hours' labor @ 25c. 

Plus 15 per cent on $20.50, 

3i barrels cement @ $1.75, 

3f tons crushed stone @ 

$1.50 .... 

1 double load sand 



Credit: Blocks, 70,590 old granite 



26,678 


67 


3 


00 


4 


29 


6 


00 


4 


50 


10 


00 


3 


08 


6 


13 


5 


40 


2 25 



$1,595 08 



26,723 32 

528,318 40 

1,443 30 



3,875 10 



Norfolk street, between Washington street and New York, New Haven 
& Hartford Railroad Bridge near Corbet street. Length, 4,205 
hnear feet. Area, 20,900 square yards. (Work started in 1913.) 
The roadway was paved with bitulithic, edgestone set, flagging 
crosswalks laid and artificial stone sidewalks were constructed. This 
street was widened. 



Engineering 

Inspection 

Engineering expense . 

Labor, handling stock 

Labor, stonecutter 

Teaming 

Templates 

Edgestone, 253 feet straight, 13 small and 1 

large corner and 233 feet 9 inches circular 
Amount paid to James Doherty, under con- 
tract: 

Removing trees, bushes, 

etc 

8,590 cubic yards earth exca- 
vation @ 83c. 
1| cubic yards water box 

excavation @ $1 
29 cubic yards rock excava- 
tion ® $3.25 
5,331 Unear feet straight edge- 
stone and corners 
hauled and set @ 23c., 1,226 13 

664 Unear feet circular edge- 
stone set @ 15c. 
1,972 Hnear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 14c. 
136 square yards existing 
granite block paving 
relaid, gravel joints, @ 
45c. . . . _ . 
179 square yards granite 
block paving furnished 
and laid, pitch joints, 
@ $3.10 



$690 00 

7,129 70 

1 50 



94 25 



99 60 
276 08 



61 20 



554 90 



$614 25 
549 50 
17 90 
4 99 
15 00 
12 75 
36 72 

508 28 



Carried forward 



$10,133 36 $1,759 39 



242 City Document No. 26. 

Brought forward ■ . • . • $10,133 36 $1,759 39 

10 square yards existing 
granite block paving 
relaid, pitch joints on 
existing concrete base, 
@ 93c. ... 9 30 

350 square yards existing 
granite block paving 
relaid, pitch joints, in- 
cluding concrete base, 
@ $1.50 ... 525 00 

37 square yards existing flag- 
ging crosswalks relaid, 
gravel joints, @ 50c. . 18 50 

90 square yards flagging 
crosswalks hauled and 
laid, pitch joints, in- 
cluding concrete base, 
@ $1.88 . ... 169 20 

94 square yards existing 
flagging crosswalks re- 
laid, pitch joints, in- 
cluding concrete base, 
@ $1.45 ... 136 30 

15,418 square yards concrete 
base and b i t u 1 i t h i c 
wearing surface fur- 
nished and laid @ 
$2.38 .... 36,694 84 

40 square yards existing 
brick sidewalks relaid 

@ 30c 12 00 

52,245 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks furnished 
and laid @ 14f c. . . 7,706 14 

1,252 square feet artificial stone 
driveways furnished 
and laid @ 15c. . . 187 80 

25 covers reset @ $3 . . 75 00 

Retaining wall bmlt . 315 00 

Extra work — Omit gran- 
ite block paving for 
brows outside of and 
between tracks and 
substitute wood blocks : 
1,209 square yards wood block 
pavement furnished 
and laid, including con- 
crete base, @ $3.75 . 4,533 75 
Extra work — Reset 
Bradley head catch- 
basins where directed: 
2 hours, stonecutter, @ 

62|c 1 25 

8| hours, mason, @ 48ic., 30 31 

94i hours' labor @ 25c. . 23 63 

Plus 15 per cent on 

$55.19 .... 8 28 

15 bags Portland cement @ 

50c 7 50 



Carried forward . : . . $60,587 16 $1,759 39 



Public Works Department. 243 

Brought forward . . . $60,587 16 $1,759 39 
75 sewer brick @ Ic. . . 75 

Extra work — Haul cir- 
cular edgestone from 
Codman Street Paving 
Yard: 
6 hours' labor @ 25c. . 1 50 

Plus 15 per cent on $1.50, 23 

3 hours, double team, @, 

75c 2 25 

Extra work — Grade ap- 
proach to conform with 
Norfolk street: 



73 hours, foreman, @ 62§c., 


45 63 


844 hours' labor (a), 25c. 


211 00 


Plus 15 per cent on 




$256.63 


38 49 


70 hours, double team, @ 




75c 


52 50 


12 hours, single team, @ 




43fc 


5 25 


Extra work — Replace 




concrete base over set- 




tlement caused by 




trenches : 




14 square yards concrete 




base @ 75c. 


10 50 


Extra work — Remove 




tree stumps below 




subgrade : 




2 hours, foreman, @ 62|c., 


1 25 


82 hours' labor @ 25c. 


20 50 


Plus 15 per cent on 




$21.75 .... 


3 26 


4 hours, double team, @ 




75c 


3 00 


Extra work — Remove 




surplus excavation left 




by Boston Elevated 




Railway Company: 




10 hours, foreman, @ 625C., 


6 25 


267 hours' labor @, 25c. 


66 75 


Plus 15 per cent on $73, 


10 95 


54 hours, double team, (5^ 




75c 


40 50 


Extra work — Remove 




edgestone already set 




and construct drive- 




ways at No. 217 and 




No. 296 and trim foun- 




dation wall at Nos. 




309-317 to conform 




with the street line: 




7 hours, edgestone setter, 




@62ic. . . . 


4 38 


8 hours, stonecutter, @ 




62^0 


5 00 


18 hours' labor @ 25c. 


4 50 



Carried forward . . . $61,121 60 $1,759 39 



244 



City Document No. 26. 



Brought forward 

Plus 15 per cent on 
$13.88 .... 

Extra work — Build new 
fence to connect with 
the existing fence, etc.: 

Building new fence and 
regulating existing 
fence .... 



Credit: Blocks, 24,015 old 
granite 
Flagging, 491 feet old 
North River 



L,121 60 
2 08 



47 00 



L,759 39 









$62,930 07 


$480 30 




176 76 


657 06 





,273 01 



Old Colony avenue, between Hyde and Mt. Vernon streets. Length, 1,962 
linear feet. Area, 11,118 square yards. Six-inch tar macadam 
roadway constructed, edgestone set, dish gutters paved, flagging 
crosswalks laid and sidewalks on westerly side graded. 



Engineering 






$201 69 


Inspection 






441 00 


Engineering expense . 






4 40 


Advertising 






4 00 


Labor, handling stock 






5 00 


Labor, grading .... 






136 50 


Teaming 






13 00 


Gravel fiUing .... 






5 00 


Edgestone, 44 feet 6 inches straight a 


md 66 fee 


t 


4 inches circular 




102 31 


Amount paid to James Doherty, 


under hi 


3 


contract : 






Removing trees, bushes, 






etc 


$5 0( 


) 


1,429 cubic yards earth excava- 






tion @ 45c. . 


643 0. 


5 


2,644 cubic yards filling fur- 






nished @ 30c. 


793 2( 


) 


44 linear feet straight edge- 






stone and corners hauled 






and set @ 23c. 


10 1^ 


I 


65 hnear feet circular edge- 






stone set @ 15c. . 


9 7. 


5 


70 linear feet existing edge- 






stone reset @ 15c. 


9 8( 


) 


1,679 square yards granite block 






paving furnished and 






aid @ $1.81 . 


3,038 9< 


) 


56 square yards existing gran- 






ite block paving relaid 






@ 50c 


28 


D 


11 square yards flagging cross- 






walks furnished and laid 






@$4.25 .... 


46 7 


5 


9,979 square yards bituminous 






macadam -surface fur- 






nished and laid (tar 






binder) @ 83c. . 


8,2 


32 5 


7 



Carried forward 



$12,867 23 



$912 90 



Public Works Department. 



245 



Brought forward 


$12,867 23 


6 covers reset @ $3 . 


18 00 


2,544 square yards roadway and 




sidewalk shaped @ 6c., 


152 64 


Extra work — Omit 




shaping and rolling of 




roadway and sidewalk 




from Mt. Vernon street 




about 695 feet northerly, 




and substitute the plac- 




ing of filling as directed : 




4 hours, foreman, @, 62|c., 


2 50 


28 hours' labor @ 25c. . 


7 00 


Plus 15 per cent on $9.50 . 


1 43 


4 hours, double team, @ 




75c 


3 00 


1 hour, steam roller, @ 




$1.87i .... 


1 88 


Extra work — Cut gutter- 




mouth in circular edge- 




stone : 




8 hours, stonecutter, @ 




mc 


5 00 


Plus 15 per cent on $5 . 


75 



$912 90 



13,059 43 



$13,972 33 



Pleasant street, between Eliot and Washington streets. Length, 1,673 
linear feet. Area, 8,542 square yards. This street was widened and 
paved with wood block on a concrete base, edgestone reset and arti- 
ficial stone sidewalks constructed. (Unfinished work from 1913.) 



Engineering . 
Inspection . 
Engineering expense . 
Labor, handling stock 
Labor, inspection of steel 
Teaming 
Pipe (water) 

Flagging, 378 feet 3 inches, granite 
Edgestone, 8 feet 2 inches straight 
Amount paid to Warren Brothers Company: 
76.5 square yards concrete @ 

$1.15 .... $88 02 

86.7 square yards asphalt @ 

$1.37 .... 118 79 



Amount paid Coleman Brothers, under 
contract : 

528 Unear feet straight edge- 
stone hauled and set @ 
20c. . . . . $105 60 

312 hnear feet circular edge- 
stone set @ 20c. . 62 40 
2,430 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 13c. . 315 90 
1,738 square yards existing 
granite block paving 
relaid, gravel joints, @ 
50c 



Carried forward 



869 00 
1,352 90 



$212 71 

211 75 

1 75 

1 16 

14 85 

18 58 

134 40 

313 58 

5 43 



206 81 



1,121 02 



246 City Document No. 26. 



Brought forward . . . $1,352 90 $1,121 02 
1,004 square yards granite 

block paving fui'nished 

and laid, pitch joints, 

including concrete 

base, @ $3.65 . . 3,664 60 

30 square yards existing 

granite block paving 

relaid, pitch joints, on 

existing concrete base. 



2 square yards existing 
granite block paving 
relaid, pitch joints, in- 
cluding concrete base, 
@ $2 . . . _ . 
90 square yards flagging 
crosswalks hauled and 
laid, pitch joints, in- 
cluding concrete base, 



30 00 



4 00 



180 00 



23 square yards existing 
flagging crosswalks re- 
laid, pitch joints, on 
existing concrete base, 
@ $1 . . . . 23 00 

6,635 square yards wood block 
pavement furnished 
and laid, including con- 
crete base, @ $3.70 . 24,549 50 
427 square yards wood block 
pavement furnished 
and laid on existing 
concrete base @ $3 . 1,281 00 

260 square yards existing 
brick sidewalks relaid 

@ 30c 78 00 

22,261 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks furnished 
and laid ® 16c. . . 3,561 76 

494 square feet artificial 
stone driveways fur- 
nished and laid @ 23c., 113 62 
52 covers reset @ $3 . . 156 00 
Extra work — Excavate 
and remove all surplus 
material left by the 
Sewer and Water Divi- 
sion: 
1,493 cubic yards material ex- 
cavated and removed 

1,493 00 



Extra work — Tear 




down and remove old 




foundation walls: 




33| hours, foreman, @ 50c. . 


16 75 


682| hours' labor @ 25c. 


170 63 


Plus 15 per cent on 




$187.38 .... 


28 11 



Carried forward . . . $36,702 87 $1,121 02 



Public Works Department. 



247 



Brought forward 

Extra work — Excavate 

and remove material 

left in repairing water 

main: . 

9 hours, foreman, @ 50c. . 

60 hours' labor @ 25c. 

Plus 15 per cent on 

$19.50 .... 

6 hours, double team, @ 

75c 

Extra work — Rebuild 
sewer manholes and 
catch-basins: 

11 hours, foreman, @ 50c. . 
22 hours, mason, @ 75c. 

6 hours, tender, @ 31 jC. . 
6 hours, helper, @ 28|c. . 
217 hoiu-s' labor @ 25c. 

Plus 15 per cent on 

$79.82 .... 

22 hours, double team, @ 

75c 

8f bbls. Portland cement @ 

$2 

43 cubic feet sand @ 5c. 
3,000 bricks @ $12 M. . 

4 tons crushed stone at 
$1.50 .... 

12 square yards concrete @ 

70c 

Extra work — Reset 
manholes and catch- 
basins over six inches: 

36 hoiu-s, mason, @ 75c. 

36 hours, tender, @ 31Jc. . 

34 hours, helper, @ 28|c. . 

24 hours' labor @ 25c. 

Plus 15 per cent on 
$53.81 .... 

Si bbls. Portland cement @ 
$2 

39 cubic feet sand @ 5c. 
675 bricks @ $12 M. . 

Extra work — Excavate 
below grade for edge- 
stone and refill with 
good material : 

26 horn's, foreman, @ 50c. . 

24 hours, stonecutter, @ 



).702 87 



1,121 02 



4 


50 


15 


00 


2 


93 


4 


50 


5 


50 


16 


50 


1 


88 


1 


69 


54 


25 


11 


97 


16 


50 


17 


50 


2 


15 


36 00 


6 


00 


8 


40 


27 


00 


11 


25 


9 


56 


6 


00 


8 07 


16 


50 


1 


95 


8 


10 



13 00 



75c 


18 00 




173 hours' labor @ 25c. 


43 25 




Plus 15 per cent on 






$74.25 .... 


11 14 




36 hours, double team, @ 






75c 


27 00 




6 hours, single team, @ 50c., 


3 00 




21 cubic yards gravel @ 






$1.50 .... 


31 50 




Carried forward 


$37,143 46 


$1,121 02 



248 



City Document No. 26. 



Brought forward 


$37,143 46 


Extra work — Trim con 


- 


Crete and waterproof 


bridge : 




54 hours' labor @ 25c. 


13 50 


Plus 15 per cent on 


$13.50 . 


2 03 


262 square yards waterproof 


- 


ing @ $1 . 


262 00 


Extra work — Haul old 


paving blocks from 


Massachusetts avenue 


lot: 




96 hours' labor @ 25c. 


24 00 


Plus 15 per cent On $24 


3 60 


142 hours, double team, @ 


75c. 


106 50 


Extra work — Haul old 


paving blocks from 


Cambridge street : 




12 hours' labor @ 25c. 


3 00 


Plus 15 per cent on $3 


45 


16 hours, double team, @ 


75c. 


12 00 


Extra work — Haul ex 


. 


cavated material to 


Cambridge : 




1,728 cubic yards materia 


1 


hauled @ 50c. 


864 00 


Extra work — Brick up 


coal areas: 




2 hours, foreman, @ 50c. 


1 00 


10 hours, mason, @, 75c. 


7 50 


4 hours, tender, @ 31 jC. 


1 25 


8 hours, helper, @ 28|c. 


2 25 


12 hours' labor @ 25c. 


3 00 


Plus 15 per cent on $15 


2 25 


1 bbl. cement @ $2 . 


1 00 


65 brick @ 1.2c. . 


78 


8 cubic feet sand @ 5c. 


40 


Extra work — Repave 


3 


and grade on accoun 


b 


of bad foundation: 




60 hours, foreman, @ 50c. 


30 00 


70 hours, paver, @ 62^c. 


43 75 


79 hours, rammer, @ Sljc. 


24 69 


64 hoiu-s, tender, @ 28ic. 


18 00 


276 hours' labor @ 25c. 


69 00 


Plus 15 per cent or 


1 


$185.44 


27 82 


46 hours, double team, @ 


} 


75c. 


34 50 


89 hours, single team, (S 


} 


50c. 


4:4: 50 


81 cubic feet sand @ 5c. 


4 05 


42 double loads cinders ^ 


) 


$2.50 . 


105 00 


Extra work — Rese1 


t 


edgestone due to settle 


. 


ment: 




454 linear feet edgestone rese 


b 


@ 13c. . 


59 02 



L,121 02 



Carried forward 



5,914 30 



L,121 02 



Public Works Department. 249 

Brought forward . . . $38,914 30 $1,121 02 
Allowance for delay 
under Article 8 of con- 
tract : 
3 hours, foreman, @ 50c. . 1 50 

3 hours, engineer, @ 43|c.. 1 31 

45 hours' labor @ 25c. . 11 25 

Plus 15 per cent on 

$14.06 .... 2 11 

Extra work — R e p a v e 
over old trenches: 
53 hours, foreman, 50c. 
276 hours' labor @ 25c. 
44 hours, paver, @ 62|c. . 
Plus 15 per cent on 
$123 .... 
53 hours, single team, @ 

50c 

3 D. H. sand @ $4 . 
8 bags cement @ 45c. 
1,350 new 4-inch wood blocks 
@ 6c 



Less amount paid in 1913, 
Credit: Blocks, 25,349 old granite 



Thatcher street, from Bradlee street about 478 feet easterly, Hyde 
Park, 667 square yards roadway rough graded. 
Labor, employees, rough grading . . . $90 39 

Teaming 8 52 

$98 91 

* Tyler street, from Water street to Loring street; 1,711 square yards 
roadway rough graded; 733 square yards sidewalks rough graded; 
267 square yards gutters paved. 
Labor, employees, rough grading . . . $298 40 

Teaming 537 64 

Labor, employees, paving gutters ... 79 75 

* $915 79 



26 50 
69 00 

27 50 






18 45 






26 50 

12 00 

3 60 






81 00 


20,006 44 




$39,195 02 
19,188 58 








granite 


$21,127 46 
506 98 


$20,620 48 







* Amount charged to Paving Service, $219.50; amount charged to special appropriation, 
$696.29. 



250 City Document No. 26. 



STREETS CONSTRUCTED OR IN PROCESS OF 
CONSTRUCTION UNDER CHAPTER 393 OF 
THE ACTS OF 1906, AND THE COST 
CHARGED TO THE APPROPRIATION FOR 
HIGHWAYS, MAKING OF. 

Albano street, from Washington street to Amherst street. (Work not 
started.) 

Engineering $51 30 

Engineering expense 40 

$51 70 

* Armington street, between Webster street and Brighton avenue. Length, 
570 Hnear feet. Area, 1,263 square yards. Six-inch tar macadam 
roadway constructed, edgestone set, block gutters paved, flagging laid 
and artificial stone sidewalks constructed. 

Engineering $7 51 

Inspection 10 50 

Engineering expense 1 00 

Amount paid to A. J. & G. H. McMurtry, 
under contract: 

Preparing site ... $3 00 

• 590 cubic yards earth excava- 
tion @ 60c. ... 354 00 

20 cubic yards water box ex- 
cavation @ 75c. . . 15 00 
1,034 linear feet straight edge- 
stone hauled and set @ 
15c. . . . . . 155 10 

37 Unear feet circular edge- 
stone set @ 10c. . . 3 70 
59 linear feet existing edge- 
stone 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 fm-nished and 

placed @ 65c. _ . . 784 55 

4,785 square feet artificial stone 

sidewalks furnished and 

placed @ 19c. . . 909 15 

2 covers reset @ $3 . . 6 00 



$2,266 25 
Less amount paid in 1913 . . 1,355 58 



910 67 

$929 68 



* Done in connection with Islington street. 



I 



Public Works Department. 251 

Audubon road, between Ivy and Mountfort streets. Area, 1,663 square 
yards. Length, 346 linear feet. Six-inch asphalt macadam roadway 
constructed, edgestone set, block gutters paved and artificial stone 
sidewalks constructed. (Work done m 1913.) Payment on contract 
not made until 1914. 

Amount paid Boston Paving Company, under 
contract : 

Removing trees, bushes, stumps, etc. . $5 00 

260 cubic yards earth excavation @ 47c. . 122 20 

174 linear feet straight edgestone and cor- 
ners hauled and set @ 21c. . . 36 54 
184 linear feet circular edgestone set @, 13c., 23 92 
84 linear feet existing edgestone reset @ 

13c 10 92 

197 square yards granite block paving 

hauled and laid @ 67c. ... 131 99 
187 square yards existing granite block pav- 
ing relaid @ 45c 84 15 

46 square yards flagging crosswalks hauled 

and laid @ 85c 39 10 

73 square yards existing flagging crosswalks 

relaid @ 45c 32 85 

1,498 square yards asphalt macadam surface 

furnished and placed @ $1.07 . . 1,602 86 
20 square yards existing brick sidewalks re- 
laid @ 35c 7 00 

2,746 square feet artificial stone sidewalks fur- 
nished and laid @ 15c. 

4 covers reset @ $3 

Extra work — Trim artificial stone 
curbing: 
3 hours, stonecutter, @ 62|c. . 
Plus 15 per cent on $1.88 



Augustus avenue, Poplar street to beyond Clarendon avenue 
started.) 
Engineering $7 00 



Ballon avenue, between Woodrow avenue and Willowwood street. Length, 
2,235 linear feet. Area, 6,459 square yards. SLx-inch asphalt 
macadam roadway constructed, edgestone set and artificial stone 
sidewalks constructed. 



411 90 
12 00 




1 88 
28 


$2,522 59 




avenue. 


(Work not 



Engineering 


$234 52 


Inspection 


297 50 


Engineering expense 


6 60 


Advertising 


2 29 


Labor, handling stock .... 


62 40 


13,009 gallons Bermudez road asphalt . 


2,294 79 


Carried forward 


$2,898 10 



252 City Document No. 26. 

Brought forward $2,898 10 

4,092 feet 11 inches straight edgestone, 74 feet 
111 inches circular and 1 large and 6 small 

corners 2,885 18 

1,725 second-hand blocks 20 70 

Amount paid to Jeremiah J. McCarthy, under 
contract : 

Removing trees, bushes, 

etc. ... $1 00 

3,140 cubic yards earth exca- 
vation @ 50c. . 1,570 00 
20.6 cubic yards rock exca- 
vation @ $5 . . 103 00 
4,135 linear feet straight edge- 
stone and corners 
hauled and set @ 23c., 951 05 
79 linear feet circular edge- 
stone set @ 15c. . 11 85 
41 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 15c. . 21 15 
6 square yards granite 
block paving hauled 
and laid @ 65c. . 3 90 
25 square yards existing 
granite block paving 
relaid @ 40c. . . 10 00 
24 square yards existing 
flagging crosswalks 
relaid @ 40c. . . 9 60 
* 6,576 square yards asphalt 
macadam surface fur- 
nished and placed @ 
64c.* .... 1 4,208 64 
18,608 square feet artificial 
stone sidewalks fur- 
nished and laid @ 

14c 2,605 12 

261 square feet artificial 
stone driveways fur- 
nished and laid @ 

20c 52 20 

29 covers reset @ $3 . 87 00 

Extra work — Omit the 
artificial stone side- 
walks and substitute 
crushed stone side- 
walks, about 3 inches 
in depth, where di- 
rected : 
897 square yards crushed 
stone sidewalks fur- 
nished and placed @ 
35c 313 95 



Carried forward . . $9,948 46 $5,803 98 

* Eighty yards of this amount laid in crosswalks where flagging was omitted; 1,470 yards 
of this amount laid in gutters where granite bli cks were omitted as per order of June 6, 1914. 
t Reduction of $0.36 per yard from price bid as per order of June 13, 1914. 



Public Works Department. 253 

$5,803 98 



Brought forward 


$9,948 46 


Extra work — Rebuild 




catch-basins where 




directed : 




4 hours, mason, @ 75c. . 


3 00 


4 hours, tender, @ 31|c. . 


1 25 


8 hours' labor @ 25c. . 


2 00 


Plus 15 per cent on 




$6.25 .... 


94 


200 sewer bricks @ Ic. 


2 00 


1 barrel Portland cement 




@$2 . 


2 00 


20 cubic feet sand @ 5c. . 


1 00 



9,960 65 



Credit: 43,700 old blocks taken from street 

20c 874 00 



$15,764 63 

$14,890 63 



Barbara street, from South Huntington avenue to Centre street. (Work 
not started.) 

Engineering $54 00 

Engineering expense 40 

Advertising 1 26 

$55 66 



Bardwell street, from Bullard street to South street. (Work not started.) 
Engineering $14 55 

Basto terrace, northeasterly from South street. 
Engineermg $55 00 

Binney street, between Longwood avenue and Francis street. Length, 
874 linear feet. Area, 2,580 square yards. Six-inch asphalt macadam 
roadway constructed, edgestone set and reset, crosswalks laid and 
artificial stone sidewalks constructed. 
Engineering . 
Inspection 

Engineering expense . 
Advertising . 
Labor, handling stock 
Blocks, 1,500 second-hand 
Edgestone, 1,015 feet 1 inch straight, 36 feet 

circular and 5 small corners 
Flagging, 175 feet 5 inches 
Amount paid to J. C. Coleman and Sons Co., 
under contract: 
Removing trees, bushes, 

etc $1 00 

1,064 cubic yards earth excava- 
tion @ 50c. . . . 532 00 
1 cubic yard rock excavation 

@ $4 . . . . 4 00 

1,030 linear feet straight edge- 
stone and corners hauled 
and set @ 20c. . 206 00 

38 linear feet circular edge- 
stone set @ 15c. . . 5 70 
618 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 15c. . 92 70 



$210 27 


245 00 


8 30 


2 28 


18 84 


30 00 


731 41 


132 87 



Carried forward : . . $841 40 $1,378 97 



10 80 



254 City Document No. 26. 

Brought forv^ard .. .^, ■ $84140. $1,378 97 

34 square yards granite block 
paving hauled and laid 

@ 70c ^'^ ^^ 

27 square yards existing gran- 
ite block paving relaid 

@ 40c 

39 square yards flagging 
crosswalks hauled and 
laid @ $1 . . ■ 39 00 

9 square yards existing flag- 
ging crosswalks relaid @ . ^.^ 
50c.. • • ; ,; * 
1 ,923 square yards asphalt 
macadam surface fur- 
nished and placed @ , «i ^ oo 

84c • 1=615 32 

29 square yards existing brick 

sidewalks relaid® 50c., 14 50 

9 774 square feet artificial stone 
' sidewalks furnished and , .,„ oo 

laid @ 14ic. . . . 1,417 23 

226 square feet artificial stone 

driveways furnished and .r or^ 

laid @ 20c. ... 45 ^ 

8'covers reset @ $3 . ■ 24 00 

'Extra work — Omit gran- 
ite block gutters and 
substitute asphalt mac- 
adam: 
553 square yards asp halt 
macadam furmshed and 
placed @ 84c. . • 464 52 

Extra work — Construct 
water-bound macadam 
roadway in approach at 
Peabody street: 
72 square yards water-bound 
macadam furnished and 
placed @ 75c. . • 54 00 

Extra work — Fur- 
nish stonecutter for 
driveway: „p. 

1 day, stonecutter, @ $5 . o w 

Plus 15 per cent on $5 . '^ 

Extra work — Remove 
poor material below sub- 
grade and fill with 
crushed stone: 
36 hours' labor @ 25c. • 9 "U 

Plus 15 per cent on $9 . i ^^ 

1 day, double team, @ $6 . o UU 

13 tons crushed stone @ ^^ ^^ 

$1-44 •• ■ • . 4^595 09 

$5,974 06 
Credit: 16 feet 7 inches second-hand edge- ^ ^^ 

stone . $5.968 26 

Birch street, extended to Dudley avenue. (Work not started.) ^^^ ^^ 

Engineering ■ 



Public Works Department. 



255 



$149 


90 


66 


50 


2 


85 


3 


50 


26 


00 


1,032 


11 


39 


00 


209 


52 



Bournside street, from Park street to Melville avenue. Length, 780- 
linear feet. Area, 2,340 square yards. Six-inch tar macadam road 
way constructed, edgestone set. (Work unfinished.) 

Engineering . 

Inspection 

Engineering expense 

Teaming 

Labor, handling stock 

Edgestone, 1,434 feet 1 inch straight, 61 feet 

6 inches circular and 4 smaU corners 
Blocks, 1,950 second-hand granite . 
Flagging, 291 feet North River 
Amount paid James Doherty, under contract: 
Removing trees, bushes, 

etc $30 00 

950 cubic yards earth excava- 
tion @ 57c. ... 541 50 
SjV cubic yards rock excava- 
tion @ $3.50 ... . 12 95 
1,413 Unear feet straight edge- 
stone hauled and set @ 

18c 254 34 

62 linear feet circular edge- 
stone set @ 12c. . . 7 44 
35 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 12c. . 4 20 
46 square yards granite 
block paving 

and laid @ 58c. . . 26 68 

27 square yards 
granite block 

relaid @ 50c. \ . 13 50 

64 square yards 

crosswalks hauled and 
laid @ 76c. . . . 48 00 

2,387 square yards bituminous 
macadam surface fur- 
nished and placed (tar 
binder) @ 75c. . . 1,742 51 

505 square yards crushed 
stone sidewalks f u r - 
nished and placed @ 

43c 217 15 

10 covers reset @ $3 . . 30 00 

500 square yards loam spaces 
spaded, rolled and 
seeded @ 6c. . . 30 00 

32| cubic yards loam f u r - 

nished @ 96c. . . 30 88 

Extra work — Remove 
tree where directed : 
8 hours, foreman, @ 62§c. . 5 00 

56 hours' labor @ 25c. . . 14 00 

Plus 15 per cent on $19 . 2 85 

8 hours, double team, @ 

75c 6 00 

Extra work — Remove 
edgestone for new drive- 



hauled 

existing 
paving 

Tging 



way: 
8 hours, paver, @ 6210. 
36 hom-s' labor @ 25c. . 
Plus 15 per cent on $14 

Carried forward 



5 00 
9 00 
2 10 



$3,033 10 $1,559 38 



256 



City Document No. 26. 



Brought forward 

Extra work ■ — Repave 
crosswalk at Park 
street : 
3 hours, paver, @ 62|c. 
6 hours' labor @ 25c. . 
Plus 15 per cent on $3.38, 
40 cubic feet sand @ 5c. 


$3,033 10 

1 88 

1 50 
51 

2 00 


Less 5 per cent retained . 


$3,038 99 
151 95 



L,559 38 



2,887 04 



Bradwood street, from Belgrade avenue to Colberg avenue, 
started.) 

Engineering $80 75 

Engineering expense ...... 95 



$4,416 42 
(Work not 



$81 70 



Brookdale street, between Florence and Sycamore streets. Length, 821 
linear feet. Area, 2,098 square yards. Edgestone set, flagging cross- 
walks laid, tar macadam roadway and artificial stone sidewalks laid. 



Engineering . 

Inspection 

Engineering expense 

Advertising . 

Labor, handling stock 

Blocks, 2,395 old granite 

Flagging, 214 feet 7 inches North River 

Edgestone, 1,275 feet 11 inches straight, 2 

small corners, 350 feet 9 inches circular 
Amoimt paid Martino DeMatteo, under con- 
tract : 

Removing trees, bushes, 

stumps, etc. ... $0 01 

803 cubic yards earth excava- 
tion @ 60c. ... 481 80 
1,273 linear feet straight edge- 
stone and corners 
hauled and set @ 37c. . 471 01 
347 linear feet circular edge- 
stone set @ 15c. . . 52 05 
65 square yards granite 
block paving hauled 
and laid @ 70c. . _ . 45 50 
26 square yards existing 
granite block paving 
relaid @ 45c. . . 11 70 
48 square yards flagging 
crosswalks hauled and 
laid @ 95c. ... 45 60 
14 square yards existing 
flagging crosswalks re- 
laid @ 50c. ... 7 00 
2,016 square yards tar macadam 
surface furnished and 
placed @ 63c. . . 1,270 08 
8,348 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks furnished and 
laid © 15c. . . . 1,252 20 



$78 25 

178 50 

2 55 

6 29 

19 84 

47 90 

154 50 

1,241 50 



Carried forward 



J,636 95 $1,729 33 



Public Works Department. 



257 



Brought foncard 


$3,636 95 


$1,729 33 


57 square feet artificial stone 






driveways furnished and 






laid @ 16c. . 


9 12 




2 covers reset @ $3 . 


6 00 






$3,652 07 




Less 46 feet 7 inches edge- 






stone hauled by city @ 






8c 


3 73 


3,648 34 









$169 72 




167 13 




1 65 




1 26 




23 25 




2 50 




26 14 




13 14 




1,025 84 



$563 50 



339 68 



),377 67 

Browning avenue, from Bernard street to Wales street. Length, 803 linear 
feet. Area, 2,320 square yards. Roadway paved with bitulithic 
on a concrete base. Edgestone set, flagging crosswalks relaid and 
artificial stone sidewalks constructed. 
Engineering . 
Inspection 

Engineering expense . 
Advertising . 
Labor, handling stock 
Teaming 
Templets 

Flagging, 18 feet 3 inches. North River 
Edgestone, 1,544 feet 

Amount paid to Hugh J. McGuire, under 
contract : 
1,127 cubic yards earth exca- 
vation @ 50c. 
1,544 linear feet straight 
edgestone and comers 
hauled and set @ 22c., 
38 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 12c. 
2 square yards existing 
granite block paving 
relaid, gravel joints, @ 
40c 

18 square yards existing 

granite block paving 
relaid, pitch joints, in- 
cluding concrete base, 
@$1.35 
4 s q u a r e yards flagging 
crosswalks hauled and 
laid, pitch joints, in- 
cluding concrete base, 
@$1.80 

19 square yards existing 

flagging crosswalks re- 
laid, pitch joints, in- 
cluding concrete base, 
@ $1.40 
2,284 square yards concrete 
base and bitulithic 
wearing surface fur- 
nished and laid 
@ $2.39 
10,124 square feet artificial atone 
driveways furnished 
and laid @ 13 jc. 



4 56 



80 



24 30 



7 20 



26 60 



5,458 76 



1,341 43 



Carried forward 



$7,766 83 $1,430 63 



258 



City Document No. 26. 



Brought forward 

11 covers reset @ $3 . 
Extra work — ■ Repair 

bitulithic pavement 
where necessary on ac- 
count of break in water 
pipe: 

12 hours, foreman, @ 62|c., 
12 hoiu-s, timekeeper, @ 

37ic 

12 hours, watchman, @ 

3Uc. . 
76 hours' labor @ 25c. 
12 hours' special labor 

31ic. . 
24 hours' special labor 
37|c. . 
Plus 15 per cent on 
$47.50 . 
8 hours, double team, ^ 
75c. 
3| tons crushed stone (^ 
$1.50 . . _. 
5.35 tons extra bitulithic ma 

terial @ $9 . . 
43.5 square yards bituhthic 
wearing surface 
@ $1.54 
Extra work — • Cut out 
sewer sheathing i n 
roadway and furnish 
labor to drain hydrant 
box: 
12 hours' labor @ 25c. 
Plus 15 per cent on $3 . 
Extra work — Furnish 
and lay 4-inch under- 
drain to catch-basin on 
south side near Wales 
street : 
4 hours' labor @ 31 ic. 
Plus 15 per cent on $1.25, 

3 foot 4-inch sewer pipe 

@ 20c 

Allowance for delay, 
under Article 
8 of contract (hauling 
flagging from Paving 
Yard). 
6 hours' labor @ 25c. 

Plus 15 per cent on $1.50, 

4 hours, double team, @ 

75c 



,766 83 
33 00 



L,430 63 



7 


50 


4 


50 


3 
19 


75 
00 


3 


75 


9 


00 


7 


13 


6 


00 


5 


25 


48 


15 



66 99 



3 00 
45 



1 25 
19 

60 



1 50 
23 






3 00 


7,991 07 






$9,421 70 



Calumet street, between Parker Hill avenue and Hillside street. Length, 
1 201 linear feet. Area, 4,336 square yards. Six-inch tar macadam 
roadway constructed. Edgestone set, block gutters paved, flagging 
crosswalks laid and artificial stone sidewalks constructed. (Work 
done in 1913; final payment made in 1914.) 



Public Works Department. 259 

Amount paid to James Doherty, mider con- 
tract : 

Removing trees, bushes, stumps, etc., 
2,046 cubic yards earth excavation @ 87c., 
43 cubic yards water-box excavation @ $1, 
2.4 cubic yards rock excavation @ $4 
1,730 linear feet straight edgestone and cor- 
ners hauled and set @ 23c. 
615 linear feet circular edgestone set @ 

15c 

168 linear feet existing edgestone reset @ 

14c 

363 linear feet crushed stone and concrete 
foundation furnished and laid @ 

15c 

860 square yards granite block paving 
hauled and laid @ 65 c. 
48 square yards existing granite block 

paving relaid @ 45c 

99 square yards flagging crosswalks 
hauled and laid @ 85c. 

14 square yards existing flagging cross- 

walks relaid @ 50c 

3,315 square yards tar macadam surface fur- 
nished and placed @ 87c. . 
28 square yards existing brick sidewalks 

relaid @ 30c 

14,908 square feet artificial stone sidewalks 
furnished and laid @ 15c. . 

15 covers reset @ $3 

268 linear feet gromid water drain fur- 
nished and laid @ 46c. . . . 123 28 

Extra work — Reset Bradley-Head 
catch-basins : 

10 horn's, mason, @ 70c 

20 hours, tender, @ 285C 

12 hours' labor @ 25c 

Plus 15 per cent on $15.63 

4 bags cement @ 50c 

Extra work- — -Furnish stonecutter: 
1 day, stonecutter, @ $5 . 
Plus 15 per cent on $5 . 



Less amount paid in 1913 



C street, from Baxter street to Old Colony avenue. Length, 111 feet. 
Area, 345 square yards. Constructed 55-inch tar macadam roadway, 
edgestone set, gutters paved, crosswalks laid and brick sidewalks built. 

Engineermg $51 07 

Engineering expense . 

Labor, handling stock 

Labor, edgestone excavating 

Labor, edgestone setting . 

Labor, macadam roadway excavatin 

Labor, macadam roadway spreading 

Labor, gutter excavating . 

Carried forward $497 75 

* Payment on some items not made until 1915. 



$5 00 

1,780 02 

43 00 

9 60 


397 


90 


92 


25 


23 


52 


54 


45 


559 


00 


21 


60 


84 


15 


7 


00 


2,884 


05 


7 


80 


2,236 
45 


20 
00 



7 00 
5 63 
3 00 
2 34 
2 00 




5 00 

75 




$8,399 54 
6,471 69 


$1,927 85 







80 


4 


68 


53 


43 


38 


14 


248 


68 


29 


40 


71 


55 



260 



City Document No. 26. 



Brought forward 

Labor, gutter paving 

Labor, crosswalk excavating 
Labor, crosswalk laying .... 
Labor, brickwalks laying .... 
Gravel, 10 cubic yards .... 

Cement, ^ barrel 

Lumber, 460 feet 

Flagging, 120 feet. North River 
Blocks, 2,705 old granite .... 
Edgestone, 200 feet 4 inches straight and 28 

feet 10| inches circular .... 

Teaming 

Steam roUer picking 

Steam roller rolling 

Tarvia, 214 gallons 



$497 75 
58 21 
14 14 
35 00 
25 25 
9 77 
90 
12 12 
86 40 
54 10 

165 07 

313 30 

52 00 

37 37 

17 14 



,378 52 



Castlegate road, from Blue HUl avenue to Normandy street. (Work not 
started.) 

Engineering $44 21 

Engineering expense 40 

$44 61 

Chapin avenue, from Mt. Vernon street to Preston street. (Work not 
started.) 

Engineering $57 84 

Engineering expense 40 

Advertising 1 26 

$59 50 

Church street, Boylston street to Providence street. (Work done in 1913.) 
Credit: Blocks, 20,000 scovia blocks charged to this street 

in 1913, but not used $980 00 



(See note on page 258, 1913 report.) 

Claxton street. Blue Hill avenue to Callender street. (Work not started.) 
Engineering $26 00 

* Clement avenue, Anawan avenue to Clement avenue. Length, 710 hnear 
feet. Area, 2,051 square yards. Edgestone set, flagging crosswalks 
laid, 6-inch asphalt macadam roadway constructed and artificial stone 
sidewalks with loam spaces constructed. 

Engineering 

Inspection 



Engineering expense . 

Advertising . 

Labor, handling stock 

Flagging, 57 feet 8 inches, North River 

Edgestone, 1,267 feet 7 inches straight and 8 

small corners 

Amount paid West Roxbury Trap Rock Com- 
pany, under contract: 

Removing trees, bushes, 

etc $5 00 

838 cubic yards earth excava- 
tion @ 40c. ... 335 20 



$79 45 

103 25 

75 

4 46 

13 75 

41 52 

871 68 



Carried forward 



$340 20 $1,114 86 



* Done in connection with Clement avenue, from Meredith street to Clement avenue. 



Public Works Department. 261 



Brought forward . . . $340 20 $1,114 

3 cubic yards rock excava- 
tion @ $5 . . . 15 00 
1,239 linear feet straight edge- 
stone and corners hauled 
and set @ 30c. . . 371 70 
10 linear feet circular edge- 
stone set @ 25c. . . 2 50 
51 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 25c. . 12 75 
255 Linear feet crushed stone 
foundation furnished and 
placed @ 30c. . . 76 50 
36 square yards existing gran- 
ite block paving relaid @ 

25c 9 00 

12 square yards flagging cross- 
walks hauled and laid @ 

$1 12 00 

14 square yards existing flag- 
ging crosswalks relaid @ 
25c. ..... 3 50 

1,998 square yards bituminous 
macadam surface fiir- 
nished and laid (asphalt 
bmder) @ 70c. . . 1,398 60 

6,171 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks furnished and 
laid @ 14c. . . . 863 94 

245 square feet artificial stone 
driveways furnished and 
laid @ 15c. ... 36 75 

Extra work — Omit arti- 
ficial stone sidewalks 
where directed and sub- 
stitute loam spaces : 
238 square yards loam spaces 
furnished, placed and 
seeded @ 90c. . . 214 20 

Extra work — Resurface 
with asphalt macadam 
over sewer and water 
trenches : 
22 square yards bituminous 
macadam surface fur- 
nished and placed (as- 
phalt binder) @ 70c. . 15 40 
Extra work — R e m o v e 
edgestone aheady set 
and construct driveway 
as directed : 
1 day, edgestone setter, @ 
$5 
2 1 days' labor© $2 '. 
Plus 15 per cent on $10 . 



5 00 




5 00 




1 50 






3,383 54 





$4,498 40 



* Clement avenue, from Meredith street to Clement avenue. Length, 375 
linear feet. Area, 1,000 square yards. SLx-inch asphalt macadam 
roadway constructed, edgestone set, flagging crosswalks laid, and 
artificial stone sidewalks with loam spaces constructed. 

* Done in connection with Clement avenue, from Anawan avenue to Clement avenue. 



262 City Document No. 26. 

Engineering $75 05 

Inspection 103 25 

Engineering expense 1 45 

Advertising 8 26 

Labor, handling stock 13 30 

Edgestone, 702 feet 6 inches straight, 43 feet 

circular and 2 small corners . . . . 521 66 

Amount paid to West Roxbury Trap Rock 
Company, under contract: 
799 cubic yards earth excava- 
tion @ 40c. . . . $319 60 
2 cubic yards rock excava- 
tion @. $5 . . . 10 00 
703 linear feet straight edge- 
stone and corners hauled 
and set @ 30c. . . 210 90 
34 linear feet circular edge- 
stone set @ 25c. . . 8 50 
43 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 25c. . 10 75 
11 square yards existing gran- 
ite block paving relaid 

@25c 2 75 

1,029 square yards bituminous 
macadam surface fur- 
nished and placed (as- 
phalt binder) @ 70c. . 720 30 
3,975 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks furnished and 
laid @ 14c. . . . 556 50 
66 square feet artificial stone 
driveways furnished and 
laid @ 15c. ... 9 90 
Extra work — Omit arti- 
ficial stone sidewalks 
where directed and sub- 
stitute loam spaces : 
170 square yards loam spaces 
furnished, placed and 
seeded @ 90c. . . 153 00 
Extra work — Remove 
existing brick crosswalks 
at Meredith street and 
resurface with asphalt 
macadam : 
188 square yards bituminous 
macadam surface fur- 
nished and placed 
(asphalt binder) ® 70c., 131 60 

2,133 80 

$2,856 77 

Clermont street, between Bailey and Fuller streets. Length, 314 linear 
feet. Area, 698 square yards. Six-inch asphalt macadam roadway 
constructed, edgestone set, block gutters paved, flagging crosswalks 
laid and artificial stone sidewalks constructed. 

Engineering $22 93 

Inspection 42 00 

Engineering expense 95 

Carried forward $65 88 



Public Works Department. 



263 



Brought forward 
Advertising . 
Labor, handling stock 
Teaming 

Blocks, 8,010 old granite 
Edgestone, 601 feet straight and 

inches circular 
Amount paid to James Doherty, 
tract: 
Removing trees, bushes, 
stumps, etc. . 
363 cubic yards earth excava- 
tion @ 70c. . 

2 cubic yards rock excava- 

tion @ $4 
596 linear feet straight edge- 
stone hauled and set @ 

23c 

8 linear feet circular edge- 
stone and corners set @ 

15c 

27 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 14c. 
201 square yards granite block 
paving haiiled and laid 
@, 60c. . . _ . 
22 square yards existing gran- 
ite block paving relaid 

@ 50c 

17 square yards existing flag- 
ging crosswalks relaid 

@ 50c 

464 square yards asphalt mac- 
adam surface furnished 
and placed @ $1.15 
17 square yards existing brick 
sidewalks relaid @ 33c., 
2,731 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks furnished and 
laid @ 15c. . 
4 covers reset @ $3 . 

Extra work — Regulate 
Bradley head catch- 
basins where directed: 

12 hours, mason, @ 62|c. . 

24 hours' labor @ 25c. . 

Plus 15 per cent on $13.50, 

3 bags Portland cement @ 

50c 



7 feet 10 
under con- 



$5 00 

254 10 

8 00 

137 08 



2 29 

8 85 

1 75 

126 98 

422 80 



1 20 




3 78 




120 60 




11 00 




8 50 




533 60 




5 61 




409 65 
12 00 


1 510 12 


$7 50 
6 00 


13 50 




2 03 




1 50 



,155 70 



Colonial avenue, between Talbot and New England avenues. Length, 
923 linear feet. Area, 2,726 square yards. SLx-mch asphalt mac- 
adam roadway constructed, edgestone set, block gutters paved, flag- 
ging crosswalks laid and artificial stone sidewalks constructed. 

Engineering $66 30 

Inspection ^^ ^n 

Engineering expense 2 10 



Carried forward 



$159 40 



264 



City Document No. 26. 



Brought forward 




$159 40 


Advertising 




2 29 


Labor, handling stock 




26 78 


Labor, stonecutter 




24 00 


Flagging, 65 feet 1 inch 




50 77 


Edgestone, 1,720 feet straight and 46 feet 4| 




inches circular 




1,230 14 


Amount paid to James Doherty: 






Removing trees, bushes, 






etc 


$1 00 




749 cubic yards earth excava- 






tion @ 50c. . 


374 50 




1,712 linear feet straight edge- 






stone hauled and set @ 






21c 


359 52 




47 linear feet circular edge- 






stone set @ 15c. . 


7 05 




82 linear feet existing edge- 






stone reset @ 14c. 


11 48 




603 square yards granite block 






paving hauled and laid 






@ 50c. . _ . _ . 


301 50 




21 square yards existing gran- 






ite block paving relaid 






@ 50c 


10 50 




14 square yards flagging 






crosswalks haiiled and 






laid @ 90c. . 


12 60 




16 square yards existing flag- 






ging crosswalks relaid @ 






50c. 


8 00 




2,060 square yards asphalt 






macadam furnished and 






placed @ $1.05 . 


2,163 00 




10,058 square feet artificial stone 






sidewalks furnished and 






laid @ 15c. . 


1,508 70 




15 covers reset @ $3 . 


45 00 


4,802 85 







3,296 23 



Condor street, extended to East Eagle street. (Work not started.) 

Engineering $11 00 

Convent 'path, from Breed street to Gladstone street. (Work not started.) 

Engineering $42 44 

Engineering expense 48 

$42 92 

Copley's highway, from Walnut street to Port Norfolk street. (Work not 
started.) 

$5 00 



Engineering . 



Cottage street, between Gove and Porter streets. Length, 514 linear feet. 
Area, 1,942 square yards. Edgestone set, gutters paved, flagging 
crosswalks laid, 6-inch tar macadam roadway constructed and brick 
sidewalks laid. 



* Done in connection with Lubec street. 



Public Works Department. 



265 



Engineering 








$61 10 


Inspection 








59 50 


Engineering expense .... 








1 78 


Advertising 








2 33 


Labor, employees, laying brick walk 








24 97 


Teaming 








7 50 


Bricks, 31,500 sidewalk . 








376 40 


Edgestone, 25 feet circular 








30 00 


Amount paid to James Doherty, imder con 


- 


tract: 








Removing trees, bushes, 








stumps, etc. . 


$0 50 


477 cubic yards earth excava- 








tion @ 55c. . 


262 35 


943 linear feet straight edge- 








stone furnished and 








set @ 94c. 


886 


42 


25 linear feet circular edge- 








stone set @ 15c. . 


3 


75 


53 linear feet existing edge- 








stone reset @ 15c. 


7 


95 


355 square yards granite block 








paving furnished and 








set @ $2.11 . 


749 


05 


32 square yards existing gran- 








ite block paving relaid 








@ 50c 


16 


00 


31 square yards flagging 








crosswalks furnished 








and laid @ $4.25 . 


131 


75 


15 square yards existing 








flagging crosswalks re- 








laid @ 50c. . 


7 


50 


1,682 square yards tar macadam 








sm-face furnished and 








placed @ 90c. 


1,513 


80 


542 square yards brick side- 








walkslaid @ 39c. . 


211 


38 


200 square yards existing 








brick sidewalks relaid 








@ 30c 


60 00 


6 covers reset @ $3 


18 00 


Extra work — Regulate 








edgestone, gutters and 








sidewalks in Cottage 








street, east side, from 








Grove street southerly, 








as directed 


207 


7( 


3 

4. riTfi 1 i^ 










'ijU^U LO 



,639 73 



Crandall street, from Hillside avenue to Augustus avenue, 
started.) 
Engineering 



(Work not 



51 



Grossman street, between Norfolk street and West Selden street. Length, 
696 linear feet. Area, 2,125 square yards. Six-inch tar macadam 
roadway constructed, edgestone set, block gutters paved, flagging 
crosswalks laid and crushed stone sidewalks constructed. 



266 



City Document No. 26. 



$61 57 
Engineering .•■•■■• 2O 

ISrpfirrjames Doherty, under oonl 

^^ Removing trees, bushes, ^^^ ^^ 

524 cubic' yards earth excava- 

tion @ 65c. ... 340 bU 

11 cubic yards rock excava- 

tion @ $3.50 . . • 38 oO 

268 cubic yards filhng fur- 

nished @ 65c. . • 174 20 

1 112 linear feet straight edge- 
' stone and corners hauled ^rr -« 

and set© 23c. . • 255/6 

175 linear feet circular edge- 

stone set @ 15c. . . ^o ^^ 

44 linear feet existing edge- 

stone reset @ 15c. . b bU 

547 square yards granite block 

paving hauled and laid -.^ or; 

@ 75c. . . : . • 410 ^a 

19 square yards existing 
granite block paving 
?elaid @ 50c. ... 9 50 

56 square yards flagging 
crosswalks hauled and 
laid @ $1 . : . . 56 00 

18 square yards existing 
flagging crosswalks re- 
laid @ 50c. . . . 9 "^ 

1,638 square yards tar macadana 
surface furnished and 
placed® 85c. . - 1,392 30 

447 square yards crushed stone 

sidewalks furnished and 0^1-70 

placed © 57c. . . 254 79 

8 covers reset® $3 . • 24 00 

Extra work — Omit the 
furnishing and placing 
of crushed stone side- 
walks and substitute the 
furnishing and laying of 
artificial stone sidewalks 
on the north side: 
3,998 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks furnished and 
laid @ 15c. ... 599 70 



$3,622 45 
Less amount paid in 1913 . 614 12 



3,008 33 ^ ^^ 

_J $3,070 10 



Dane street, from Orchard street to Holbrook street. (mrk not started.) 
Engineering .••••• 70 
Engineering expense . ■ ■ ■• • 155 92 



Public Works Department. 267 

Deering road, from Blue Hill avenue to Harvard street. (Work not 
started.) 

Engineering $164 98 

Inspection 70 00 

Engineering expense 1 00 



$235 98 

Dempster street, from Ruggles street to Halleck street. (Work not started.) 

Engineering $57 80 

Engineering expense 40 

$58 20 



Denton terrace, from Washington street to Kittredge street. Length, 669 
linear feet. Area, 1,933 square yards. Six-inch tar macadam road- 
way constructed, edgestone set, block gutters paved, flagging cross- 
walks laid and artificial stone sidewalks constructed. 

Engineering $63 28 

Inspection 130 43 

Engineering expense 2 85 

Advertising 6 29 

Labor, handling stock 21 49 

Blocks, 16,750 old granite 335 00 

Flagging, 108 feet 2 inches .... 77 88 

Edgestone, 1,323 feet 4 inches straight and 40 

feet 5^ inches circular 965 09 

Amount paid John F. Lynch, under contract: 
Removing trees, bushes, 

etc $1 00 

669 cubic yards earth excava- 
tion @ 45c. . . . 301 05 
1,299 linear feet straight edge- 
stone and corners 
_ hauled and set @ 22c., 285 78 
54 linear feet circular edge- 
stone set @ 13c. . . 7 02 
330 linear feet crushed stone 
and concrete foundation 
furnished and placed @ 

14c 46 20 

469 square yards granite block 
paving hauled and laid 

@ 58c 272 02 

23 square yards flagging 
crosswalks hauled and 
laid @ 85c. . ._ . 19 55 

1,455 square yards bituminous 
macadam surface fur- 
nished and placed (tar 
binder) @ 78c. . . 1,134 90 

8,370 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks furnished and 
laid @ 13c. . 1,088 10 

8 covers reset @ $3 . . 24 00 

3,181 62 

$4,783 93 



Dillaway street, between Dix place and HolUs street. Length, 265 linear 
feet. Area, 476 square yards. The grade of the old street was 
lowered considerably, the roadway was paved with bitulithic on a 



$129 20 


77 00 


3 50 


5 32 


4 21 


6 96 


173 78 


27 36 



268 City Document No. 26. 

6-inch concrete base, edgestone set and reset. Walls were built at 
street line where the grade was lowered and artificial stone sidewalks 
constructed. 

Engineering 

Inspection . . . . ^ . . . 

Engineering expense 

Advertising 

Labor, handling stock 

Bricks 

Edgestone, 235 feet 4 inches straight and 15 

feet 8J inches circular 

Flagging, 38 feet North River .... 

Amount paid James Doherty, under contract: 
406 cubic yards earth excava- 
tion @ 73c, . . . $296 38 
19 cubic yards rock excava- 
tion (in old walls) @ $2 . 38 00 
235 linear feet straight edge- 
stone and corners hauled 
and set @ 19c. . . 44 65 
16 linear feet circular edge- 
stone set @ 15c. . . 2 40 
285 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 14c. . 39 90 
24 square yards existing gran- 
ite block paving relaid 
@ 50c. .... 12 00 

3 square yards existing gran- 
ite block paving relaid, 
pitch joints, including 
concrete base, @ $1.65 . 4 95 

8 square yards flagging cross- 
walks hauled and laid, 
pitch joints, including 
concrete base, @ $1.75 . 14 00 

442 square yards concrete base 
and bitulithic wearing 
surface furnished and 
laid @ $2.39 . . . 1,056 38 

16 square yards existing brick 

sidewalks relaid @ 30c., 4 80 

1,682 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks furnished and 
laid @ 15c. . . . 252 30 

2 covers reset @ $3 . . 6 00 

Extra work — Excavate 
and remove poor mate- 
rial below subgrade: 
26 hours, foreman, @ 62|c., 16 25 

222 hours' labor @ 25c. . . 55 50 

Plus 15 per cent on $7 1.75, 10 76 

116 hours, double team, @ 

75c. ..... 87 00 

Extra work — Build wall 
back of sidewalk, as di- 
rected : 
12 hours, foreman, @ 62|c. 
162| hours, mason, @ 625C. 
2101 hours, tender, @ 31ic. 
66 hours' labor @ 25c. . 
49 hours, stonecutter, ( 
62Jc. 

Carried forward . . . $2,163 24 $427 33 



7 


50 


101 


56 


65 


78 


16 


50 


30 


63 



Public Works Department. 



269 



Brought forward . . . S2,163 24 

Plus 15 per cent on $221.97, 33 30 
89 bags Portland cement @ 

50c 44 50 

5,000 bricks© $10 M. 50 00 

5 double loads sand @ $2 . 10 00 



Credit: Blocks, 11,700 old 

granite . . . $234 00 

Flagging, 51 feet old 

granite ... 19 48 



$427 33 



2,301 04 

$2,728 37 



253 48 



$2,474 89 

Dorchester avenue, at Adams street. Widened. Edgestone set, brick side- 
walks laid, crosswalks laid, gutters paved and roadway macadamized. 



Engineering 

Engineering expense .... 

Advertising 

Labor, employees, setting edgestone 
Labor, employees, laying brick walks 
Labor, employees, paving gutters 
Labor, employees, laying crosswalks 
Labor, employees, paving roadway . 
Labor, employees, macadamizing roadway 
Edgestone, 10 feet straight and 47 feet 8 

inches circular 

Flagging, 206 feet 4 inches North River 

Cement 

Gravel, 12 cubic yards 

Blocks, 2,655 old granite 

Lumber 

Bricks, 1,980 paving . 

Crushed stone, 27.6 tons 

Teaming 

Steam roller 



$38 67 

60 

1 26 

51 00 

38 50 

16 50 

104 00 

201 63 

21 75 

60 85 

147 12 

93 

11 76 

53 10 

4 06 

22 97 
38 92 

192 75 
37 50 



$1,043 87 

Edgemont street, from South street to Ainsworth street. Length, 512 
linear feet. Area, 1,479 square yards. Six-inch tar macadam 
roadway constructed, edgestone set, block gutters paved, flagging 
crosswalks laid and artificial stone sidewalks constructed. (No 
payment made until 1915.) 

Inspection 

Engineering 



Engineering expense 
Advertising . 
Labor, handling stock 
Edgestone, 962 feet 7 

small corners . 
Blocks, 13,465 old granite 



inches straight and two 



$119 00 

83 07 

65 

1 26 

14 35 

647 22 
269 30 



[,134 85 



(Work not started.) 



$7 00 



Elgin street, from Centre street to railroad. 
Engineering 

Fabyan street, from Blue HUl avenue to Harvard street. (Work not 
started.) 

Engineering $96 52 

Engineering expense 70 

Advertising 1 26 

$98 48 



270 



City Document No. 26. 



Fletcher street, Centre street to Montclair avenue. 
Engineering . . 



(Work not started.) 

$12 51 



Frankfort street, from Neptune road to Bennington street. Length, 947 
linear feet. Area, 3,578 square yards. Edgestone and filling part 
in. (Work unfinished.) 



Engineering . 

Inspection . 

Engineering expense . 

Advertising . 

Labor, handling stock 

Blocks, 875 old granite 

Edgestone, 694 feet 10 inches .... 

Amount paid Martino DeMatteo, under 
contract : 
50 cubic yards earth excava- 
tion @ 40c. ... $20 00 

700 cubic yards filling furnished 

@ 86c 602 00 

390 linear feet straight edge- 
stone hauled and set ^ 
29c. . . 



Less 15 per cent retained 



113 10 

$735 10 
110 27 



$214 68 

203 00 

2 22 

1 26 

21 03 

17 50 

595 06 



624 83 



$1,679 58 



Gayland street, between West Cottage and Judson streets. Length, 603 
linear feet. Area, 1,704 square yards. SLx-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, 18,763 old granite 

Flagging, 145 feet North River 

Edgestone, 134 feet 7 inches straight, 60 feet 

3^ inches circular and 1 large corner 
Amount paid to James Doherty, under con- 
tract : 

Removing trees, bushes, 

etc 

695 cubic yards earth excava- 
tion @ 60c. . 
1^ cubic yards water box 

excavation @ $1 . 
47 cubic yards rock excava- 
tion @ $5 
1,115 linear feet straight edge- 
stone and corners 
hauled and set @ 20c., 
69 linear feet circular edge- 
stone set @ 15c. . 
20 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 14c. 



$5 00 

417 00 

1 50 

235 00 



223 00 
10 35 



2 80 



$56 58 

147 00 

3 50 

2 28 

3 37 
367 30 

92 94 

167 17 



Carried forward 



$894 65 



14 



I 



Public Works Department. 271 



Brought forward 


$894 65 


$840 14 


420 square yards granite block 






paving haiiled and laid 






@58c. . . . . 


243 60 




31 square j-ards flagging 






crosswalks hauled and 






laid @ 69c. . 


21 39 




1,272 square yards tar macadam 






surface furnished and 






placed @ S8c. 


1,119 36 




7 square yards existing brick 






sidewalks relaid @ 33c., 


2 31 




7,577 square feet artificial stone 






sidewalks furnished and 






laid @ 15c. . 


1,136 55 




3 covers reset @ $3 


9 00 


3,426 86 







S4,267 00 

Glendower road, from Kittredge street to Poplar street. (Work not started.) 
Engineering $14 01 

Grace street, from Roslin street to Walton street. (Work not started.) 
Engineering $7 00 

Greenleaf street, from Leon street to Huntington avenue. Length, 350 

linear feet. Area, 1,060 square yards. Concrete retaining wall and 

iron fence have been built, edgestone set and filling furnished. (Work 

unfinished.) 

Engineering . 

Inspection 



inch straight 



Engineering expense 
Advertising . 
Labor, handling stock 
Edgestone, 393 feet 1 

Amount paid John F. Beatty, under contract: 
30 cubic yards earth excava- 
tion @ 43c. ... $12 90 
300 cubic vards filling fur- 
nished @ 10c. . . 30 00 
350 linear feet straight edge- 
stone and corners hauled 
and set @ 19c. . . 66 50 
315 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 14c. . 44 10 
1,800 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks furnished and 
laid (unfinished) @ 5c., 90 00 
Concrete retaining wall 
and fence built (un- 
finished) ... 850 00 



$117 95 

70 00 

1 80 

1 26 

5 64 

259 77 



$1,093 50 
Less 15 per cent retained, 164 03 



929 47 



$1,385 89 



Hallet street, from Minot street to New York, New Haven & Hartford 
Railroad. (Work done in 1912 and 1913.) 
Engineering expense $0 70 



272 



City Document No, 26. 



Hamlet street, from Columbia road to Belden street. (Work not started.) 
Engineering .$8 00 

Hancock and Bowdoin streets, from Winter street to Hancock street. (Work 
done in 1913.) 
Engineering $6 18 

* Haverford street, from Montebello road about 100 feet southwesterly. 
Length, 106 linear feet. Area 235 square yards. Six-inch tar mac- 
adam roadway constructed, edgestone set and reset, block gutters 
paved, flagging crosswalks laid and artificial stone sidewalks con- 
structed. 



Engineering .... 

Engineering expense . 
Advertising .... 

Edgestone, 200 feet 2 inches 
Blocks, 2,450 old granite . 
Flagging, 24 feet North River 
Amount paid to James Doherty, imder con- 
tract: 
78 cubic yards earth excava- 
tion @ 60c. _. . . $46 80 
222 linear feet straight edge- 
stone hauled and set @ 
24c. ..... 53 28 

9 linear feet circular edge- 
stone set @ 15c. . . 1 35 
59 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 14c. . 8 26 
70 square yards granite block 
paving haiiled and laid 
@ 73c. ..... . 51 10 

21 square yards existing gran- 
ite block paving relaid 
@ 50c. . . . . 10 50 

5 square yards flagging 
crosswalks hauled and 
laid @ 90c. ... 4 50 

202 square yards tar macadam 
surface furnished and 
placed @ 90c. . . 181 80 

38 square yards existing brick 

sidewalks relaid @ 33c., 12 54 

895 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks fmrdshed and 
laid ® 15c. ... 134 25 



$8 84 

20 

2 29 

140 12 

49 00 

18 72 



504 38 



S723 55 



Henshaw street, at and near Cambridge street. Length, 234 linear feet. 
Area, 3,494 square feet. This street was widened and a parkway 
built in the center, the roadway was subgraded and resurfaced with 
tar macadam and artificial stone sidewalks were constructed and 354 
feet edgestone set. 



Engineering . 
Inspection 
Engineering expense 
Advertising . 

Carried forward 



$42 48 

17 50 

2 00 

5 89 

$67 87 



* Done in connection with Montebello road and Marmion street. 



Public Works Department. 



273 



Brought forward .... 
Labor, employees, setting edgestone 
Labor, employees, paving gutters . 
Labor, employees, macadam roadway 
Labor, employees, grading grass plot 
Labor, employees, tar and gravel walks 

Lawn seed 

Sand 

Gravel 

Amount paid to Hervey F. Armington, Inc., 

under contract: 
Loam, 41 yards . 
Lumber 

Tarite, 1,100 gallons 
Teaming 
Steam roller . 
Fuel, oil and waste 
Edgestone, 14 feet 5 inches straight and 324 

feet 2 inches circular 

Crushed stone, 293.1 tons 

3,494 square feet artificial stone sidewalks 

fiirnished and laid @ 15|c 



Credit: Blocks, 2,725 old gran- 
ite ... . $54 50 
Edgestone, 220 feet old 

granite ... 77 00 



$67 87 
139 29 

17 82 

315 96 

6 25 

31 29 

4 27 

5 00 

6 00 



51 25 
1 02 
85 00 
148 18 
54 00 
10 85 

397 39 
433 79 

547 39 

$2,322 62 



131 50 



,191 12 



Herbert street, from Park street to West Tremlett street. (Work not 
started.) 

Engineering $49 58 

Engineering expense 35 

$49 93 



Hillcrest street, from Temple street to Elgin street. 

Engineering 

Engineering expense 



(Work not started.) 
$29 15 
35 
$29 50 



Hill Top street, from Granite avenue to Hallet street. 
Engineering 



(Work not started.) 
$19 50 



Hopestill street, from Aspinwall road to Southern avenue, 
started.) 
Engineering 



(Work not 
$7 00 



Houston street, from Montview street to Crest street. Length, 380 linear 

feet. Area, 1,013 square yards. Six-inch tar macadam roadway 
constructed, edgestone set, block gutters paved, flagging crosswalks 

laid and artificial stone sidewalks with loam spaces constructed. 
(Work unfinished.) 

Engineering $84 22 

Inspection 108 50 



Carried forward 



$192 72 



* Done in connection with Temple street. 



274 City Document No. 26. 



Brought forward 




$192 72 


Engineering expense . 




1 


10 


Advertising 




1 


26 


Labor, handling stock 




10 


97 


Edgestone, 712 feet 6 inches straight, 6 small 






corners and 41 feet circular 




540 


62 


Blocks, 9,775 old granite . 




195 


50 


Flagging, 100 feet 2 inches North River 


72 


12 


Amount paid Martino DeMatteo, 


imder con- 






tract : 








Removing trees, bushes, etc., 


$0 00 






452 cubic yards earth excava- 








tion @ 50c. . 


226 00 






22 cubic yards water box ex- 








cavation @ $0.00 . 


00 






729 linear feet straight edge- 








stone and corners hauled 








and set @ 30c. 


218 70 






42 linear feet circular edge- 








stone set (§> 15c. . 


6 30 






276 square yards granite block 








paving hauled and laid 








@ 80c. . . . _ . 


220 80 






22 square yards fl a g g i n g 








crosswalks hauled and 








laid @ $1.10 . 


24 20 






814 square yards bituminous 








macadam surface f u r - 








nished and placed (tar 








binder) @ 70c. 


569 80 






2,950 square feet artificial stone 








sidewalks furnished and 








laid @ 14c. . 


413 00 






163 square feet artificial stone 








driveways furnished and 








laid @ 14c. . 


22 82 






Extra work — Omit arti- 








ficial stone sidewalks 








where directed and 








substitute loam spaces: 








105 square yards loam spaces 








furnished, placed and 








seeded @ $1 . 


105 00 








$1,806 62 




Less 15 per cent retained . 


270 99 










1,535 


63 







^ 549 92 

Rowland street, from Harold street about 428 feet easterly. (Work not 
started.) 

Engineering $34 90 

Engineering expense 40 

Advertising 1 26 

$36 56 

Idlewild street, from Commonwealth avenue to Brainerd road. (Work not 
started.) 

Engineering $64 40 

Engineering expense 40 

$64 80 



Public Works Department. 275 

Intervale street, from Columbia road to Normandy street. (Work not 
started.) 

Engineering $137 28 

Engineering expense 1 00 

$138 28 



Islington street, between Webster street and Brighton avenue. Length, 
263 linear feet. Area, 622 square yards. Six-inch tar macadam 
roadway constructed, edgestone set, block gutters paved, flagging 
crosswalks laid and artificial stone sidewalks constructed. 

Engineering $7 51 

Labor, handling stock 30 

Flagging, 20 feet North River .... 15 60 

Amount paid A. J. & G. H. McMurtry, under 
contract: 

Preparing site ... $2 00 

251 cubic yards earth excava- 
tion @ 60c. ... 150 60 
20 cubic yards water box 

excavation @ 75c. . 15 00 

489 linear feet straight edge- 
stone hauled and set 

@ 15c 73 35 

13 linear feet circular edge- 
stone set @ 10c. . . 1 30 
37 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 5c. . . 1 85 
2 square yards granite block 
paving hauled and 
laid @ 55c. ... 1 10 
26 square yards existing 
granite block paving 
relaid @ 30c. . . 7 SO 
4 square yards flagging 
crosswalks hauled and 
laid @ 60c. .... 2 40 
8 square yards existing flag- 
ging crosswalks relaid 

@ 25c 2 00 

587 square yards tar macadam 

surface furnished and 

placed @ 65c. . . 381 55 

2,365 square feet artificial stone 

. sidewalks furnished and 

laid @ 19c. . . . 449 35 

48 square feet artificial stone 
driveways furnished and 
laid @ 19c. . 
2 covers reset @ $3 . 



Less amoimt paid in 1913, 



t Jewett street, from Neponset avenue to Mt. Hope street. Length, 753 
linear feet. Area, 1,180 square yards. Grading, edgestone set, 
flagging crosswalks laid, cinder foundation for artificial stone side- 
walks placed. (Unfinished.) 

* Done in. connection with Armington street. 
tDone in connection with Philbrick street. 



9 12 
6 00 


478 54 




$1,103 42 
624 88 






$501 95 







276 



City Document No. 26. 



Engineering 

Inspection 

Engineering expense . 

Advertising . 

Labor, handling stock 

Blocks, 620 old granite 

Flagging, 33 feet 8 inches North River 

Edgestone, 1,238 feet 1 inch straight, 8 small 

corners and 60 feet 4 inches circular 
Amount paid Martino DeMatteo, under 
contract: 

300 cubic yards earth excava- 
tion @ 35c. . . . $105 00 
1,435 linear feet straight edge- 
stone hauled and set @ 

20c 287 00 

60 linear feet circular edge- 
stone set @ 14c. . . 8 40 
13 square yards granite block 
paving hauled and laid 
@ 69c. .... 8 97 
13 square yards flagging 
crosswalks hauled and 
laid @ $1 . . . 13 00 
4,300 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks furnished and 
laid (unfinished) @ 5c., 215 00 



Less 15 per cent retained. 



$637 37 
95 61 



$130 16 
98 00 
1 35 
1 26 
22 45 
12 40 
24 24 

918 68 



541 76 



,750 30 



Juliette street, from Fox street to Homes avenue. Length, 528 feet. 
Area, 1,350 square yards. One thousand fifty feet edgestone set, 370 
square yards gutters paved, 11 square yards crosswalks laid, 1,000 
square yards macadam placed. (Work not finished.) 

Engineering 

Engineering expense .... 

Labor, employees, edgestone excavating 

Labor, employees, edgestone setting 

Labor, employees, macadam excavating 

Labor, employees, macadam spreading 

Labor, employees, gutter excavating 

Labor, employees, gutter paving . 

Labor, employees, crosswalk excavating 

Labor, employees, crosswalk paving 

Labor, employees, erecting fence 

Labor, employees, handling stock 

Teaming .... 

Water cart .... 

Steamroller, picking . 

Steam roller, rolling 

Gravel, 20 cubic yards 

Cement ..... 

Lumber .... 

Blocks, 14,335 old granite 

Edgestone, 1,022 feet straight and 19 feet 

h inch circular 

?,027 32 



$73 55 


1 


35 


228 


46 


137 90 


540 


12 


136 


89 


98 


68 


118 


01 


28 


00 


14 00 


5 


75 


15 


33 


516 


40 


8 


00 


71 


00 


26 00 


19 60 




46 




54 


286 


70 


700 58 



Public Works Department. 277 

Kenney street, from Day street northwesterly. (Work not started.) 
Engineering $9 00 

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. (Work done in 1913.) 

Engineering $23 36 

Engineering expense 30 

Amount paid James Doherty, under contract: 
Removing trees, bushes, 
etc., .... $5 00 

1,081 cubic yards earth excava- 
tion @ 50c. ... 540 50 
20 cubic yards water box 

excavation @ 50c. . 10 00 

2 cubic yards rock exca- 
vation @ $4 . . 8 00 
48 linear feet circular edge- 
stone set @ 15c. . . 7 20 
59 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 12c. . 7 08 
674 square yards granite 
block paving hauled 
and laid @ 61c. . . 411 14 
11 square yards existing 
granite block paving 
relaid @ 37c. . _ . 4 07 
55 square yards flagging 

crosswalks laid @ 43c., 23 65 

2,219 square yards tar mac- 
adam surface furnished 
and placed @ 78c. . 1,730 82 

11,233 square feet artificial 
stone sidewalks fur- 
nished and laid @ 13c., 1,460 29 
233 square feet artificial stone 
driveways furnished 
and laid @ 13c. . . 30 29 
4 covers reset® $3 . . 12 00 
Extra work — Omit the 
hauhng and setting of 
straight edgestone and 
substitute the furnish- 
ing and setting of the 
same : 
1,758 linear feet straight edge- 
stone furnished and set 
@ 90c. . . . 1,582 20 
Extra work — Haul flag- 
ging from South Yard, 
Albany street : 
250 linear feet flagging 

hauled @ 8c. . . 20 00 



5,852 24 



Less 1,452 hnear feet 
straight edgestone fur- 
nished by city @ 66c., 958 32 



4,893 92 

$4,917 58 



278 



City Document No. 26. 



Kittredge street, from Metropolitan avenue to Cornell street. Length, 902 
linear feet. Area, 2,631 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 

Advertising .... 

Blocks, 29,570 old granite . 

Flagging, 271 feet 8 inches North River 

Edgestone, 1,441 feet 2 inches straight, 3 large 

corners and 284 feet 6 inches circular . 
Amount paid to Martino DeMatteo, under 

contract : 

Removing trees, bushes, 
stumps, etc. . 

991 cubic yards earth excava- 
tion @ 40c. . 

4 cubic yards water box 

excavation @ $1 . 
293 cubic yards filling fur- 
nished @ 25c. 
1,451 linear feet straight edge- 
stone and corners 
hauled and set @ 29c., 
284 linear feet circular edge- 
stone set @ 15c. . 
41 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 5c. . 
410 linear feet crushed stone 
and concrete founda- 
tion furnished and 
placed @ 18c. . 
648 square yards granite 
block paving hauled 
and laid @ 74c. . 
8 square yards e.xisting 
granite block paving re- 
laid @ Ic. . 
59 square yards flagging 
crosswalks hauled and 
laid @ $1.05 . 
2,168 square yards bituminous 
macadam surface fur- 
nished and placed (tar 
binder) @ 75c. . 
11,127 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks furnished and 
laid @ 14f c. . _ . 
54 square feet artificial stone 
driveways furnished 
and laid @ 15c . 
17 covers reset @ $3 . 
Extra work — Raise and 
lower manholes over 6 
inches: 
2 manholes raised and low- 
ered .... 
Extra work — Reset 5 
covers over 6 inches: 

5 covers reset @ $6 . . 30 00 



$15 00 

396 40 

4 00 

73 25 



420 79 
42 60 



2 05 



73 80 



479 52 



08 



61 95 



1,626 00 



1,641 23 



8 10 
51 00 



25 00 



$219 64 

196 00 

4 05 

25 89 

11 13 

591 40 

195 60 

1,284 53 



4,950 77 



$7,479 01 



Public Woeks Department. 

'' Kittredge street, from Rosecliff street to Metropolitan avenue, 
started.) 

Engineering $54 01 

Engineering expense 1 20 

Inspection 56 00 

Advertising 1 26 



279 

(Work 

S112 47 



Langdon street, from Norfolk avenue to George street. Length, 589 linear 
feet. Area, 1,934 square yards. Roadway paved with Hassam 
blocks on a concrete base, edgestone set and reset, flagging crosswalks 
laid and brick sidewalks laid. 



Engineering 




$98 79 


Inspection 




115 50 


Engineering expense . 




3 20 


Labor, handling stock 




21 57 


Bricks, 25,650 paving 




297 54 


Flagging, 312 feet North River 




224 64 


Edgestone, 989 feet straight, 6 sma 


11 corners 




and 76 feet 9i inches circular . 




785 32 


Amount paid to Simpson Brothers 


Corpora- 




tion, under contract : 






1,030 linear feet straight edge- 






stone and corners hauled 






and set @ 20c. . 


$206 00 




79 linear feet circular edge- 






stone set @ 20c. . 


15 80 




141 linear feet existing edge- 






stone reset @ 15c. 


21 15 




128 square yards existing gran- 






ite block paving relaid. 






gravel joints, @ 50c. . 


64 00 




1,732 square yards Hassam block 






pavement furnished and 






aid, grout joints, includ- 






ing concrete base, @ 






$3.15 .... 


5,455 80 




71 square yards flagging cross- 






walks hauled and laid, 






grout joints, including 






concrete base, @, $1.75 . 


124 25 




3 square yards existing flag- 






ging crosswalks relaid. 






grout joints, including 






concrete base, @ $1.75. 


5 25 




712 square yards brick side- 






walks laid @ 40c. . 


284 80 




33 square yards existing brick 






sidewalks relaid @ 30c., 


9 90 




7 covers reset @ $3 . 


21 00 




Extra work — Furnish 






stonecutter: 






11 hours, stonecutter, @ 






62ic 


6 88 




Plus 15 per cent on $6.88 . 


1 03 




Extra work — Grade ap- 






approaches as directed: 






8 days' labor @ $2 . 


16 00 




Carried forward 


$6,231 86 


$1,546 56 



Done in connection with Rosecliff street. 



280 City Document No. 26. 



Brought forward 

Plus 15 per cent on 
3 days, double team, (S 



i,231 86 


$1,546 56 


2 40 




18 00 






6,252 26 



$7,798 82 



Credit: Blocks, 1,344 old granite paving and 

125 old granite crossing 42 51 



$7,756 31 

Lawndale terrace, between Lamartine and Amory streets. Length, 261 
linear feet. Area, 516 square yards. Six-inch tar macadam road- 
way constructed, edgestone set, gutters paved, flagging crosswalks 
laid, artificial stone sidewalks constructed and fence built at easterly 
side of subway. 

Engineering $6 06 

Engineering expense 90 

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 flagging 




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 


1,911 square feet artificial stone 




sidewalks furnished and 




laid @ 15|c. . 


296 21 


Building fence . 


179 00 




$1,315 55 


Less amount paid in 1913, 


1,084 75 



230 80 

$237 76 



Leslie street, from Centre street to Dix street. (Work not started.) 

Engineering $51 50 

Lockwood street, from Metropolitan avenue to Huntington avenue. (Work 
not started.) 

Engineering $33 35 

Engineering expense 1 25 

Advertising 1 26 

$38 06 



PiTBLic Works Department. 



281 



Long avenue, from Commonwealth avenue to Allston street. Length, 
790 linear feet. Area, 2,873 square yards. Roadway paved with 
asphalt on a concrete base, edgestone set, flagging crosswalks laid. 
(Work unfinished.) 



Engineering . 

Inspection 

Engineering expense . 

Advertising . 

Labor, handling blocks 

Blocks, 295 old granite 

Flagging, 40 feet, North River 

Edgestone, 960 feet straight, 4 small corners 

and 584 feet 3 inches circular 
Amount paid Central Construction Company, 
under contract: 
750 cubic yards earth excava- 
tion @ 50c. . . $375 00 
29 cubic yards water box ex- 
cavation @ $1 . . 29 00 
38 cubic yards rock excava- 
tion @ $5 . . . 190 00 
974 linear feet straight edge- 
stone hauled and set @ 

25c 243 50 

584 linear feet circular edge- 
stone set @ 20c. . . 116 SO 
54 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 20c. . 10 80 
9 square yards granite block 
paving hauled and laid, 
pitch joints, including 
concrete base, @ $1.90, 17 10 
33 square yards existing gran- 
ite block paving relaid, 
pitch joints, including 
concrete base, @ $1.70, 56 10 
8 square yards flagging 
crosswalks hauled and 
laid, pitch joints, in- 
cluding concrete base, @ 
$1.90 .... 15 20 
38 square yards existing flag- 
ging crosswalks relaid, 
pitch joints, including 
concrete base, @ $1.60 . 60 80 
2,785 square yards concrete base 
and bituminous con- 
crete binder and asphalt 
wearing surface f u r - 
nished and laid @ $2.30, • 6,405 50 



Less amount retained 



$7,519 80 
200 00 



$310 69 

158 39 

5 05 

1 26 

14 89 

5 90 

28 80 

1,295 57 



7,319 80 



),140 35 



Lorenzo street, from Walnut street to Woodworth street, 
started.) 



(Work not 



Engineering . 
Engineering expense 



$36 50 
35 



$36 85 



282 



City Document No. 26. 



Lorette street, from Centre street to Hillcrest street. (Work not started.) 
Engineering $25 50 



Lothrop street, from Market street to Portsmouth street, 
started.) 



Engineering . 
Engineering expense 



Lovell street, from Neptune road to Island street. 

Engineering 

Engineering expense 



h street. 


(Work not 


$31 00 
40 


$31 40 




(Work not started.) 


$51 65 
48 


$52 13 





Lubec street, between Gove and Porter streets. Length, 555 linear feet. 
Area, 2,097 square yards. Edgestone set, gutters paved, flagging 
crosswalks laid, 6-inch tar macadam roadway constructed and brick 
sidewalks laid. 



Engineering . 
Engineering expense 
Inspection 
Advertising . 
Steam roller 
Bricks, 39,000 paving 
Edgestone, 25 feet circular 
Amount paid to James Doherty, 
tract : 

Removing trees, bushes, 
stumps, etc. . 
833 cubic yards earth excava- 
tion @ 55c. . 
1,036 linear feet straight edge- 
stone furnished and 
set @ 94c. 
25 linear feet circular edge- 
stone set @ 15c. . 
32 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 15c. 
369 square yards granite block 
paving furnished and 
laid @ $2.11 . _ . 
12 square yards existing gran- 
ite block paving relaid 
@ 50c. . 
16 square yards flagging 
crosswalks furnished and 
laid @ $4.25 . 
1,678 square yards tar macadam 
surface furnished and 
placed @, 90c. 
895 square yards brick side- 
walks laid @ 39c. 

Carried fonvard 



under con- 

$0 50 
458 15 

973 84 

3 75 

4 80 

778 59 

6 00 

68 00 

1,510 20 

349 05 

$4,152 88 



$44 79 

1 26 
105 00 

2 29 

3 25 
468 00 

30 00 



$654 59 



* Done in connection with Cottage street. 



Public Works Department. 



283 



Brought forward 
34 square yards existing brick 
sidewalks relaid @ 30c., 
12 covers reset @ $3 . 



Less I day's use of city 
steam roller @ $15 



$4,152 88 

10 20 
36 00 

$4,199 08 

3 75 



$654 59 



4,195 33 



$4,849 92 



Lucas street, from Washington street to Shawmut avenue. (Work not 
• started.) 

Engineering $19 05 

Engineering expense 40 

$19 45 



Lyford street, from Woodrow avenue to Franklin Field. (Work not 
started.) 

$39 02 



Engineering . 
Engineering expense 



40 



$39 42 



Mackin street, from Western avenue to Waverly street, 
started.) 
Engineering 



(Work not 
$7 00 



357 


00 


6 


10 


6 


09 


74 


92 


243 


42 


3,320 


73 



Manthorne road, between Centre and Weld streets. Length, 2,403 linear 
feet. Area, 6,942 square yards. Six-inch asphalt macadam roadway 
constructed, edgestone set, block gutters paved, flagging crosswalks 
laid and artificial stone sidewalks constructed, with planting space. 
Engineering . 
Inspection 

Engineering expense . 
Advertising . 
Labor, handling blocks 
Flagging, 338 feet 1 inch. North River 
Edgestone, 4,583 feet 4 inches straight, 4 small 

corners and 234 feet circular 
Amoimt paid to West Roxbury Trap Rock 
Company under contract: 
Removing trees, bushes, 
stumps, etc. . 
4,107 cubic yards earth exca- 
vation @ 60c. 
10 cubic yards rock excava- 
tion @ $5 . 
4,593 linear feet straight edge- 
stone and corners 
hauled and set @ 25c., 1,148 25 

237 hnear feet circular edge- 
stone set @, 20c. 
1,035 linear feet crushed stone 
and concrete foimda- 
tion furnished and 
placed @ 30c. 



$1 00 

2,464 20 

50 00 



47 40 



310 50 



Carried forward 



1,021 35 $4,382 10 



284 City Document No. 26. 

Brought forward .... $4,021 35 $4,382 10 
1,640 square yards granite 
block paving fur- 
nished and laid @ 
$2.25 . . ... 3,690 00 

71 square yards flagging 
crosswalks hauled and 
laid @ $1 . . . 71 00 

5,503 square yards bituminous 
macadam surface fxir- 
nished and placed 
(asphalt binder) @ 
70c .... 3,852 10 

28,260 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks furnished 
and laid @14ic. . 4,097 70 

104 square feet artificial stone 
driveways furnished 
and laid @ 25c. . . 26 00 

14 covers reset @ $3 . . 42 00 

400 linear feet ground water 
drain furnished and 
laid @ 25c. ... 100 00 

Extra work — Reset 
edgestone and relay 
paving caused by set- 
tlement in underground 
work : 
33 § hnear feet edgestone re- 
set @15c. . . . 5 03 
52| square yards paving re- 
laid @ 25c. . . 13 13 
Extra work — Pick de- 
pressions and spread 
crushed stone where 
sewer trench settled 
during construction: 
6 hours, foreman, @ 50c., 3 00 
44 hours' labor @ 25c. . H 00 
Plus 15 per cent on $14 . 2 10 
1 day, steam roller, @ $15, 15 00 
4 day, single team. @ $3.60, 1 75 
161 tons crushed stone @ 

$1.50 .... 2475, 

75 gallons Bermudez road 

asphalt @ 18c. _ . . 13 50 

Extra work — • Omit wear- 
ing surface for sidewalks 
on area reserved for 
trees and place filling in 
the tree spaces: 
1,667 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks f u r n i s hed 
and laid, with wearing 
surface omitted, @ 8c., 133 36 

21 hours' labor @ 25c. . 6 25 

Plus 15 per cent on 

$5.25 .... 79 

i day, single team, @$3.50, 175 



Carried forward . . . $16,130 56 $4,382 10 



Public Works Depaetment. 



285 



Brought forward 

Extra work — Remove 
surplus excavation left 
from sewer construc- 
tion: 
7| days, foreman, @ $4 
781 days' labor, @ $2 . 

Plus 15 per cent on $186, 

14 days, double team, @ $6. 

8| days, steam-roller, @ 

$15 ... . 

Extra work — Reset six 

manhole covers over 6 

inches : 

6 covers reset @ $6 . 



$16,130 56 $4,382 10 



29 00 

157 00 

27 90 

84 00 

127 50 



36 00 



16,591 96 



B20,974 06 



$74 35 


126 


00 


3 


40 


2 


28 


12 


36 


39 


72 


397 


89 


136 


50 



Marlowe street, between Vinson and Park streets. Length, 330 linear feet. 
Area, 1,042 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 
Flagging, 55 feet 2 inches North River 
Edgestone, 587 feet straight and 2 small cor 

ners .... 
Blocks, 6,825 old granite 
Amount paid Daniel E. Lynch, imder con- 
tract : 

Removing trees, bushes, 

etc 

345 cubic yards earth excava- 
tion @ 60c. . 
597 linear feet straight edge- 
stone and comers 
hauled and set @ 25c., 
10 linear feet circular edge- 
stone set @ 15c. 
257 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 14c. 
209 square yards granite block 
paving hauled and laid 

@ 80c 

91 square yards 
granite block 
relaid @ 50c. 
12 square yards 

crosswalks hauled 
laid @ 90c. . . . 
14 square yards existing 
flagging crosswalks re- 
laid @ 50c. . 
688 square yards tar macadam 
surface furnished and 
placed @ 92c. 



existing 
paving 

flagging 
and 



$10 00 
207 00 



149 25 
1 50 

35 98 



167 20 



45 50 



10 80 



7 00 



632 96 



Carried forward 



L,267 19 



$792 50 



286 City Document No. 26. 

Brought forward . . $1,267 19 $792 50 

3,165 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks furnished 
and laid @ 15c. . . 474 75 

70 square feet artificial stone 
driveways furnished and 
laid @ 18c. ... 12 60 

1 cover reset @ S3 . . 3 00 
Extra work — Furnish 

and place water- 
bound macadam where 
directed on approach to 
Marlowe street: 
27 s q u a r e yards water- 
bound macadam f u r - 
nished and placed @ 
75c 20 25 

1,777 79 

$2,570 29 

* Marmion street, from Montebello road, about 112 feet southwesterly. 
("393" Section.) Length, 119 Unear feet. Area, 265 square yards. 
Six-inch tar macadam roadway constructed. Edgestone set, block 
gutters paved, flagging crosswalks laid and artificial stone sidewalks 
constructed. 

Engineering $23 94 

Engineering expense 80 

Advertising 2 29 

Blocks 55 00 

Flagging, 19 feet 4 inches North River . . 15 08 

Edgestone, 222 feet straight .... 155 40 

Bricks, 1,500 second-hand paving . . . 10 50 

Amount paid James Doherty, under con- 
tract : 

132 cubic yards earth excava- 
tion @ 60c. ... $79 20 
200 linear feet straight edge- 
stone hauled and set @ 

24c 48 00 

9 linear feet circular edge- 
stone set @ 15c. . . 1 35 
18 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 14c. . 2 52 
85 square yards granite block 
paving hauled and laid 

@ 73c 62 05 

5 square yards flagging 
crosswalks hauled and 
laid @ 90c. ... 4 50 

188 square yards tar macadam 
sm'face furnished and 
placed @ 90c. . . 169 20 

14 square yards existing 
brick sidewalks relaid 

@ 33c 4 62 

1,000 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks furnished and 
laid @ 15c. ... 150 00 

2 covers reset @ $3 . . 6 00 

527 44 

$790 45 

* Done in connection with Montebello road and Haverford street and Marmion street 
(maintenance) . 



Public Works Department. 287 

Mayhew street, from Boston street to Roseclair street. (Work not started.) 
Engineering $23 01 

Melvinside terrace, from Dorchester avenue to Minton street. (Work not 
started.) 
Engineering $5 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 buUt and 6-inch tar macadam roadway constructed. 
Amount paid William J. Rafferty Company, 
under contract: 
Removing trees, bushes, stumps, etc. . $0 01 

74 cubic j^ards earth excavation @ $1 . . 74 00 

267 cubic yards filling furnished @ 50c. . 133 50 

113 linear feet straight edgestone hauled and 

set @ 20c 22 60 

17 linear feet circular edgestone set @ 15c., 2 55 

414 linear feet existing edgestone reset @ 12c., 49 68 

51 square yards granite block paving haiiled 

and laid @ 50c. . _ . . . . 25 50 

120 square yards existing granite block paving 

relaid @ 35c 42 00 

10 square yards flagging crosswalks hauled 

and laid @ 75c 7 50 

233 square yards tar macadam surface fur- 
nished and placed @ 95c. ... 
162 square yards brick sidewalks laid @ 38c., 
38 square yards existing brick sidewalks 

relaid @ 30c. 

4 covers reset @ $3 

Building wall 

Less 1 day's use of city steam roller @$15, 

Less amount paid in 1913 .... 

* Montebello road, from Washington street to Brookside avenue. Length, 
556 linear feet. Area, 1,606 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, 12,800 old granite 

Bricks, 500 second-hand 

Flagging, 225 feet 8 inches North River . 

Edgestone, 910 feet 9 inches straight and 127 
feet 8 inches circular 

Teaming 

Amount paid James Doherty, under contract: 
Removing trees, etc. . $5 00 

778 cubic yards earth excava- 
tion @ 60c. ... 466 80 



221 
61 

11 

12 

175 


35 
56 

40 
00 
00 


$838 
15 


65 
00 


$823 65 
697 18 







$80 87 


161 


00 


3 


15 


2 


29 


22 


30 


256 


00 


3 


50 


121 


84 


790 72 


6 


25 



Carried forward . . . $471 80 $1,447 92 

* Done in connection with Marmion and Haverford streets. 



288 City Document No. 26. 



Brought forward 


$471 80 $1,447 92 


910 linear feet straight edge- 




stone hauled and set @ 




24c 


218 40 


Ill linear feet circular edge- 




stone set @ 15c. . 


16 65 


74 linear feet existing edge- 




stone reset @ 14c. 


10 36 


392 square yards granite block 




paving hauled and laid 




@ 73c 


286 16 


59 square yards existing gran- 




ite block paving relaid 




@ 50c 


29 50 


51 square yards flagging 




crosswalks hauled and 




laid @ 90c. . _ . 


45 90 


5 square yards existing flag- 




ging crosswalks relaid 




@ 50c 


2 50 


1,260 square yards tar macadam 




surface furnished and 




placed @ 90c. 


1,134 00 


49 square yards existing brick 




sidewaUvs relaid @ 33c., 


16 17 


5,885 square feet artificial stone 




sidewalks furnished and 




laid @ 15c. . 


882 75 


10 covers reset @ $3 . 


30 00 


Extra work — Dress old 




- flagging as required: 




3 hours, stonecutter, @ 62|c., 


1 88 


Plus 15 per cent on $1.88, 


28 




■^ 1 Ifi ^L^ 




OjXt:\J OO 



t,594 27 

Moniehello road, from Forest Hills street to Walnut avenue. (Work not 
started.) 
Engineering , $21 50 

Montvale street, from Colberg avenue to Belgrade avenue. (Work not 
started.) 

Engineering . $59 15 

Engineering expense 65 

$59 80 

Morton street (westerly side), from Greendale road for a distance of about 
607.35 feet. 
Advertising $2 28 

Mountfort street, from Audubon road to St. Mary's street. 

Engineering expense $1 20 

Myrick street, between Easton street sund Coolidge road. Length, 233 
linear feet. Area, 8,090 square yards. Six-inch tar macadam road- 
way constructed, edgestone set, block gutters paved, flagging cross- 
walks laid and artificial stone sidewalks constructed. 

Engineering $125 43 

Inspection 115 50 

Engineering expense 2 10 

Carried forward $243 03 



Public Works Department. 



289 



Brought forward $243 03 

Advertising 2 29 

Labor, handling stock 11 00 

Blocks, 5,539 old granite 110 78 

Flagging, 220 feet North River . . 171 86 

Edgestone, 435 feet straight, 2 small corners 

and 37 feet 1 inch circular .... 338 40 

Amount paid to A. J. & G. H. McMurtry, 
under contract: 

Removing trees, bushes, 

etc $1 00 

325 cubic yards earth excava- 
tion @ 40c. ... 130 00 
437 linear feet straight edge- 
stone and corners 
hauled and set @ 20c., 87 40 
38 linear feet circular edge- 
stone set @ 10c. . . 3 80 
6 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset © 10c. . 60 
146 square yards granite block 
paving hauled and laid 

@ 60c 87 60 

45 square yards existing 
granite block paving re- 
laid @ 25c. ... 11 25 
47 square yards flagging 
crosswalks hauled and 
laid @ 60c. ... 28 20 
571 square yards tar macadam 
surface furnished and 
placed @ 70c. . . 399 70 
2,800 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks furnished and 
laid @ 14c. . . . 392 00 
55 square feet artificial stone 
driveways furnished and 
laid @ 14c. ... 7 70 
1 cover reset @ $3 . . 3 00 

1,152 25 



52,029 61 



Neptune road, from Bennington street to Saratoga street. Length, 473 
feet. Area, 2,200 square yards. Edgestone set, gutters paved, side- 
walks constructed, crosswalks laid and 6-inch tar macadam surface 
constructed. 

Engineering 

Inspection 

Engineering expense .... 

Advertising 

Labor, employees, setting edgestone 

Labor, employees, paving gutters . 

Labor, employees, paving sidewalks 

Labor, employees, taking down fence 

Labor, employees, resurfacing roadway 

Labor, employees, laying crosswalks 

Labor, employees, building wall 

Labor, employees, filling and loaming side- 
walks 

Labor, employees, repairing fence . 

Carried forward .... 



$184 58 


14 


00 


3 


00 


2 


29 


259 


25 


174 


95 


30 


49 


39 


50 


173 


18 


40 


34 


12 


81 


107 


69 


56 


52 


$1,098 60 



290 



City Document No. 26. 



Brought forward 










$1,098 60 


Labor, employees, filling roadway . 




412 39 


Labor, employees, paving roadway 






6 74 


Teaming 






347 76 


Steam rollers 










186 33 


Sand .... 










3 15 


Gravel .... 










55 74 


Tarvia, 4,354 gallons . 










352 27 


Nails .... 










13 


Lumber 










31 73 


Bricks . . . 










5 28 


Blocks . . ' . 










72 25 


Crushed stone 










950 92 


Edgestone . 










121 70 


Flagging 










58 17 


Amount paid to Cerulli & Greco, undei 




contract: 




1,752 cubic yards fiUing furnished and placec 


[ 


@ 50c. . 










876 00 



1,579 16 



Normandy street, from Columbia road to Seaver street. 

Engineering $54 23 



Engineering expense 

Labor, handling stock .... 
Labor, employees, setting edgestone 

Teaming 

Gravel, 4 cubic yards .... 
Edgestone, 45 feet 6 inches straight 


70 

68 

69 35 

14 00 

4 40 

30 26 



173 62 



Oakland street, from River street to Rockdale street. (Work not started.) 
Engineering $14 00 



Orient avenue, from Walley street to beyond Tower street. Length, 2,075 
linear feet. Area, 9,598 square yards. Six-inch asphalt macadam 
roadway constructed, edgestone set, block gutters paved, flagging 
crosswalks laid and artificial stone sidewalks constructed. 



Engineering 

Engineering expense 

Amount paid to James Doherty, under con- 
tract: 
32 trees and stumps re- 
moved @ $7 . . $224 00 
3,445 cubic yards earth exca- 
vation @ 60c. . . 2,067 00 
3 cubic yards rock excava- 
tion @ $4 . . . 12 00 
3,759 linear feet straight edge- 
stone and corners 
hauled and set @> 23c., 864 57 
653 linear feet circular edge- 
stone set @ 15c. . . 97 95 
178 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset (a). 15c. . 26 70 
760 linear feet crushed stone 
and concrete founda- 
tion furnished and 
placed @ 17c. 



Carried forward 



129 20 
3,421 42 



$85 80 
1 75 



$87 55 



Public Works Department. 291 

Brought forward . . . $3,421 42 $87 55 

1,572 square yards granite 
block paving furnished 
and laid @ $2.12 . 3,332 64 

97 square yards existing 
granite block paving 
relaid @ 50c. . . 48 50 

157 square yards flagging 
crosswalks hauled and 
laid @ 90c. ... 141 30 

7,772 square yards asphalt 
macadam surface fur- 
nished and placed @ 
$1.13 . . . . 8,782 36 

29,544 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks furnished 
and laid @ 16c. . . 4,727 04 

325 square feet artificial stone 
driveways furnished 
and laid @ 16c. . . 52 00 

5 covers reset @ $3 . . 15 00 

313 square yards loam space 
placed and seeded @ 

10c 31 30 

104 cubic yards loam fm-- 

nished @ $1.30 . . 135 20 

Extra work — Cut and 
set edgestone between 
trees : 
8 hours, stonecutter, @ 

62|c 5 00 

2 hours, edgestone setter, 

@ 62^c. ... 1 25 

24 hours' labor @ 25c. . 6 00 

Plus 15 per cent on 

$12.25 .... 1 84 

Extra work — Repair 
settlements over sewer 
and water trenches: 
4 hours, paver, @ 62^0.. . 2 50 

4 hours, rammer, @ 25c. . 1 00 

4 hours, tender, @ 25c. . 1 00 

14 hours' labor @ 25c. . 3 50 

Plus 15 per cent on $8 . 1 20 

2 hours, single team, @ 

43fc 88 

1 ton crushed stone @ 

$1.50 .... 1 50 

Extra work — Make ap- 
proaches and haul loam : 
16 hours' labor @ 25c. . 4 00 

Plus 15 per cent on $4 . 60 

8 hours, double team, @ 

75c 6 00 



$20,723 03 
Less 3,759 linear feet 
straight edgestone 
hauled by city @ 5c., 187 95 

$20,535 08 
Less amount paid in 1913, 8,297 49 



12,237 59 
$12,325 14 



292 City Document No. 26. 

Paisley park, from Bourneside street to Upland avenue. Length, 576 
linear feet. Area, 1,920 square yards. Edgestone set. (Work unfin- 
ished.) 

Engineering $107 38 

Engineering expense 90 

Inspection 14 00 

Labor, handling stock 17 04 

Edgestone, 1,076 feet 2 inches straight and 2 

small corners 719 25 

Flagging, 60 feet 2 inches North River . . 43 32 ' 

Amount paid to James Doherty, under con- 
tract : 

250 cubic yards earth excava- 
tion @ 57c. . . . $142 50 
1,122 linear feet straight edge- 
stone hauled and set @ 
18c. . . . . 201 96 
25 linear feet circular edge- 
stone set @ 12c. . . 3 00 
5 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 12c. . 60 
1 1 square yards granite block 
paving hauled and laid 
@, 58c. . . . _ . 6 38 
13 square yards flagging 
crosswalks hauled and 
laid @ 75c. ... 9 75 

$364 19 
Less 5 per cent retained, 18 21 

345 98 

$1,247 87 

Parkton road, from Perkins street to Perkins street. (Work not started.) 
Engineering $36 51 

Peacevale road, from Norfolk street to Dunbar avenue. (Work not 
started.) 
Engineering $4 00 

Pelton street, from Park street to West Roxbury Parkway. (Work not 
started.) 

Engineering $76 02 

Engineering expense 40 

$76 42 

Percival street, from Fox street to Main street. (Work not started.) 

Engineering $59 13 

Engineering expense 40 

$59 53 

Perham street, from Vermont street to the railroad. (Work not started.) 
Engineering $20 51 

Perkins street, from Prince street to Brookline line. 

Labor, crushed stone sidewalks . . . . $16 00 

Crushed stone 6 20 

Teaming 22 50 

$44 70 

Perth street, from Quincy street to Fayston street. 

Engineering $38 51 



Public Wokks Department. 



293 



* Philbrick street, from Neponset avenue to Jewett street. Length, 645 
linear feet. Area, 1,433 square yards. Edgestone set, in part cinder 
foundation for artificial stone sidewalks placed. (Work unfinished,) 



Engineering 




$87 07 


Engineering expense . . 




85 


Inspection 




56 00 


Labor, handling stock 




13 44 


Edgestone, 323 feet 9 inches straight 


, 2 small 




corners and 8 feet 7 inches circular 




231 93 


Amount paid Martino DeMatteo, under con- 




tract : 






460 cubic yards earth excava- 






tion @ 35c. . 


$161 00 




800 hnear feet straight edge- 






stone hauled and set @ 






20c 


160 00 




2,600 square feet artificial stone 






sidewalks furnished and 






laid (unfinished) @ 5c., 


130 00 






$451 00 




Less 15 per cent retained, 


67 65 


383 35 







$772 64 

Pinehurst street, from Belgrade to Dudley avenues. Length, 1,127 linear 
feet. Area, 2,884 square yards. Six-inch 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 
Teaming . . 
Blocks, 24,425 old granite 
Flagging, 418 feet 9 inches North River 
Edgestone, 1,970 feet straight, 79 feet 4 inches 
circular and 4 small corners .... 
Amount paid to West Roxbury Trap Rock 
Company, under contract: 
Removing trees, bushes, 

etc $10 00 

1,027 cubic yards earth excava- 
tion @ 40c. ... 410 80 
11 cubic yards rock excava- 
tion @ $5 . . . 55 00 
1,972 linear feet straight edge- 
stone and corners 
hauled and set @ 30c., 591 60 
86 linear feet circular edge- 
stone set @ 20c. . . 17 20 
109 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 25c. . 27 25 
741 square yards granite 
block paving hauled 
and laid @ 75c. . . 555 75 
66 square yards existing 
granite block pavini 
relaid @ 25c. 



$159 47 

220 50 

2 70 

10 53 

39 89 

2 50 

488 50 

301 50 

1,415 37 



16 50 



Carried forward 



1,684 10 $2,640 96 



* Done in connection with Jewett street. 



294 



City Document No. 26. 



Brought forward 
88 square yards flagging 
crosswalks hauled and 
laid @ $1 . ... 
26 square yards existing 
flagging crosswalks re- 
laid @ 25c. . 
2,080 square yards bituminous 
macadam siu-face fur- 
nished and placed, as- 
phalt binder, @ 70c. . 
10,898 square feet/ artificial stone 
sidewalks furnished and 
laid @ 14c. . . _ . 
91 square feet artificial 
stone driveways fur- 
nished and laid @ 20c., 
19 covers reset @ $3 . 
Extra work — Regulate 2 
manhole covers over six 
(6) inches : 
2 covers regulated @ $5 . 



$1,684 10 $2,640 96 



88 00 



6 50 



1,456 00 



1,525 72 



18 20 
57 00 



10 00 



4,845 52 



r,486 48 



Porter street, from 35 feet east of Frankfort street, across Cottage street. 
Length, 415 linear feet. Area, 1,568 square yards. Six hundred 
seventy-two linear feet of edgestone set. Five hundred fifty-three 
square yards of brick sidewalk laid. (Work unfinished.^ 

Engineering 

Engineering expense 

Labor, employees, setting edgestone 

Labor, employees, laying brick sidewalks 

Labor, employees, relaying crosswalks . 

Labor, employees, paving roadway . 

Teaming 

Gravel, 17 tons 

Blocks, 400 old granite 

Cement 

Lumber 

Edgestone, 423 feet 9 inches, 1 large corner 

Flagging, 17 feet of North River 

Crushed stone, 10 tons .... 

-"1,285 91 



$86 00 


1 


32 


464 


11 


165 


25 


13 


58 


47 


86 


125 


00 


13 


26 


8 


00 


1 


39 


11 


18 


327 


16 


6 


80 


15 


00 



Potosi street, between Mt. Ida road and Percival street. Length, 366 
linear feet. Area, 1,057 square yards. Six-inCh tar macadam road- 
way constructed, new edgestone set, block gutters paved, flagging 
crosswalks laid and artificial stone sidewalks constructed. 



Engineering . 
Engineering expense . 
Inspection 
Advertising . 
Labor, handling stock 
Teaming 

Blocks, 1,360 old granite 
Bricks, 3,050 second-hand 
Flagging, 55 feet 1 inch North River 
Edgestone, 20 feet straight, 19 feet 10 inches 
circular and 2 small corners .... 

Carried forward 



$65 42 


1 


00 


84 00 


2 


28 


3 


73 


6 


85 


27 


20 


21 


35 


42 


96 


40 50 



$295 29 



Public Works Department. 295 

Brought forward $295 29 

Amount paid James Doherty , under contract : 
Removing trees, bushes, 

etc $5 00 

416 cubic yards earth excava- 
tion @ 70c. . . 291 20 
2.7 cubic yards rock excava- 
tion @ $3.50 ... 9 45 
20 Unear feet straight edge- 
stone and corners hauled 
and set @ 25c. . . 5 00 
20 linear feet circular edge- 
stone set @ 15c. . . 3 00 
652 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 14c. . . 91 28 
305 linear feet crushed stone 
and concrete founda- 
tion fiirnished and laid 
@ 17c. . . . . 51 85 
33 square yards granite block 
paving hauled and laid 

@ 75c 24 75 

230 square yards existing gran- 
ite block paving relaid 

@ 40c 92 00 

11 square yards flagging 
crosswalks hauled and 
laid @ 90c. ... 9 90 

11 square yards existing flag- 
ging crosswalks relaid @ 

50c 5 50 

781 square yards tar macadam 
surface furnished and 
placed @ 91c. . _ . 710 71 

68 square yards existing brick 

sidewalks relaid @ 33c., 22 44 

2,832 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks furnished and 
laid @ 15c. . _ . . 424 80 

56 square feet artificial stone 
driveways furnished and 
laid @> 15c. ... 8 40 

2 covers reset @ $3 . . 6 00 

1,761 28 



Extra work — Furnish crushed stone 
for concrete base where directed: 
3i tons crushed stone furnished @ $1.50 . 5 25 



2,061 82 



PowelUon road, from Columbia road to Glenarm street. (Work not 
started.) 

Engineering $24 00 

Engineering expense 35 

^ ^ ^ $24 35 

Puritan avenue, from Richfield street to unnamed street. Length, 676 
linear feet. Area, 1,953 square yards. Six-inch asphalt macadam 
roadway constructed, edgestone set, block gutters paved, flagging 
crosswalks laid and artificial stone sidewalks constructed. 

Engineering $110 50 

Inspection 224 00 

Carried forward . . ■ . $334 50 



296 



City Document No. 26. 



Brought forward 




$334 50 


Engineering expense . 




2 50 


Advertising 




2 


28 


Labor, handling blocks 




21 


82 


Blocks, 21,150 old granite 




423 


00 


Flagging, 189 feet 9 inches North River . 


107 


94 


Edgestone, 1,250 feet straight, 2 small corners 






and 68 feet 1 inch circular 




933 


10 


Amount paid Wilham J. Rafferty Company, 






under contract: 








Removing trees, bushes, 








stumps, etc. . 


S20 00 






940 cubic yards earth excava- 








tion @ 50c. . 


470 00 






20 cubic yards rock excava- 








tion @ $5 


100 00 






1,260 linear feet straight edge- 








stone and corners hauled 








and set @ 2I5C. . 


270 90 






68 hnear feet circular edge- 








stone set @ 15c. . 


10 20 






272 hnear feet existing edge- 








stone reset @ 13c. 


35 36 






477 square yards granite block 








paving hauled and laid 








@ 75c. . _ . _ . 


357 75 






1 1 square yards existing gran- 








ite block paving relaid 








@40c. . . . . 


4 40 






41 square yards fi a g g i n g 








crosswalks hauled and 








laid @ 90c. . . 


36 90 






6 square yards existing flag- 








ging crosswalks relaid @ 








50c 


3 00 






1,490 square yards tar macadam 








surface furnished and 








placed @ 88c. 


1,311 20 






8,134 square feet artificial stone 








sidewalks furnished and 








laid @ 14fc. . _ . 


1,199 77 






58 square feet artificial stone 








driveways furnished and 








laid @ 15c. . 


8 70 






8 covers reset @ $3 . 


24 00 






Extra work — Reset Brad- 








ley head catch-basin : 








Bradley head basin reset, 


10 00 










3,862 


18 







$5,687 32 



Public Alley No. 809, from Gainsborough street to Batavia street. 

Engineering . .' $3 00 

Public Alleij No. 810, from Alley Number 809 to 811. 

Engineering $3 00 

Public Alley No. 811, from Gainsborough street to Batavia street. 

Engmeering $3 00 



Queen street, from King street to Claymont terrace. Length, 376 linear 
feet. Area, 1,090 square j^ards. Six-inch tar macadam roadway con- 



Public Works Department. 



297 



structed, edgestone set, block gutters paved, flagging crosswalks laid 

and artificial stone sidewalks constructed. 
Engineering . 
Engineering expense . 



Inspection 

Advertising . 

Labor, handling stock 

Blocks, 9,938 old granite 

Flagging, 55 feet North River 

Edgestone, 619 feet 1 inch straight, 2 small 

corners and 30 feet 3| inches circular . 
Amount paid to James Doherty, under con- 
tract: 

Removing trees, bushes, 

etc $1 00 

808 cubic yards earth excava- 
tion @ 55c. . . . 444 40 
617 linear feet straight edge- 
stone hauled and set @ 

20c 123 40 

31 linear feet circular edge- 
stone set @ 15c. . . 4 65 
366 linear feet crushed stone 
and concrete foundation 
fiirnished and placed @ 

13c 47 58 

264 square yards granite block 
paving hauled and laid 
@ 71c. . . . _ . 187 44 

12 square yards flagging 
crosswalks hauled and 
laid @ 80c. ... 9 60 

845 square yards bituminous 
macadam surface fur- 
nished and placed (tar 
binder) @ 80c. . . 676 00 

4,017 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks fiunished and 
laid @ 14c. . . . 562 38 

60 square feet artificial stone 
driveways furnished and 
laid @, 15c. 
3 covers reset @ $3 . 



$99 93 
2 40 

108 50 
1 26 
9 45 

198 76 
39 60 

450 97 



9 00 
9 00 


2,074 45 






$2,985 32 
$16 00 


erly. 





Raven street, froni Crescent avenue southerly 
Engineering 

Rawston road, from Metropolitan avenue to Ethel street, 
started.) 
Engineering 



(Work not 

$5 00 



Rexhame street, between Belgrade and Colberg avenues. Length, 564 linear 
feet. Area, 1,630 square yards. Six-inch asphalt macadam roadway 
constructed, edgestone set, block gutters paved, flagging crosswalks 
laid and artificial stone sidewalks constructed. 

Engineering $66 44 

Inspection 154 00 

Engineering expense 1 95 

Advertising 2 29 



Carried forward 



$224 68 



298 City Document No. 26. 

Brought forward $224 68 

Labor, handling stock 15 79 

Blocks, 12,459 old granite .... 249 18 

Edgestone, 1,040 feet 1 inch straight, 18 feet 

2 inches circular and 8 small comers . . 734 25 

Amount paid to West Roxbury Trap Rock 
Company, under contract: 
Removing trees, bushes, 

etc $25 00 

562 cubic yards earth excava- 
tion @ $1 . . . 562 00 
3 cubic yards rock excava- 
tion @ $5 . . . 15 00 
1,060 linear feet straight edge- 
stone and corners hauled 
and set @ 30c. . . 318 00 
18 linear feet circular edge- 
stone set @ 50c. . . 9 00 
82 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 50c. . 41 00 
444 linear feet crushed stone 
and concrete foundation 
furnished and placed @ 

40c 177 60 

358 square yards granite block 
paving hauled and laid 
@ $1 . . . . 358 00 

42 square yards existing gran- 
ite block paving relaid 

@ 50c 21 00 

22 square yards existing flag- 
ging crosswalks relaid 

@ 25c 5 50 

1,214 square yards asphalt mac- 
adam surface furnished 
and placed @ 60c. . 728 40 

6,783 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks furnished and 
laid @ 14c. ... 949 62 

223 square feet artificial 
stone driveways fur- 
nished and laid @ 20c., 44 60 
6 covers reset @ $3 . . 18 00 
Extra work — Remove 
edgestone already set 
and construct driveways 
as directed: 
5 h o u r s , stonecutter, @ 

62ic 3 13 

§ day, edgestone setter, @ 

$5 2 50 

1 day, helper, @ $2.50 . 2 50 
Plus 15 per cent on $8.13, 1 22 
Extra work — Raise 2 

manholes over six 
inches: 

2 manholes raised @ $5 . 10 00 
Extra work — Furnish 

second-hand paving 
blocks as directed: 
1,400 paving blocks furnished 

@ $20 per M. . . 28 00 



3,320 07 
$4,543 97 



Public Works Department. 



299 



Riverview road, between Brooks street and Ranelegh road. Length, 334 
linear feet. Area, 1,012 square yards. Six-inch tar macadam road- 
way constructed, edgestone set, block gutters paved, flagging crosswalks 
laid and artificial stone sidewalks constructed. 



Engineering . 
Inspection 

Engineering expense , 
Advertising . 
Labor, handUng stock 

Blocks, 8,375 old granite 

Edgestone, 601 feet straight, 23 feet 1 inch 
circular and 6 small corners .... 
Flagging, 116 feet 10 inches North River 
Amount paid to A. J. & G. H. McMurtry, 
under contract: 

Removing trees, bushes, 

etc $1 00 

881 cubic yards earth exca- 
vation @ 50c. . . 440 50 
1 cubic yard rock excavation 

@ Ic 01 

621 linear feet straight edge- 
stone and corners 
hauled and set @ 20c. . 124 20 

22 linear feet circular edge- 
stone set @ 10c. . . 2 20 
68 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 10c. . 6 80 
216 square yards granite block 
paving hauled and laid 

@ 50c 108 00 

17 square yards existing 
granite block paving re- 
laid @ 25c. ... 4 25 
26 square yards flagging 
crosswalks hauled and 
laid @ 60c. ... 15 60 
10 square yards existing 
flagging crosswalks re- 
laid @ 25c. ... 2 50 
751 square yards bituminous 
macadam surface fur- 
nished and placed (tar 
binder) @ 70c. . . 525 70 
3,786 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks furnished and 
laid @ 15c. ... 567 90 
1 cover reset @ $3 . . 3 00 
Extra work — Cut 
straight edgestone to 
conform to curve in 
grade : 
i day, stonecutter, @ $5 . 2 50 
1 day, helper, @ $2.50 . 2 50 
Plus 15 per cent on $5 . 75 



$194 22 

192 50 

4 25 

6 49 

9 62 

167 50 

446 66 
84 12 



1,807 41 



,912 77 



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. 



300 City Document No. 26. 

Engineering $9 46 

Inspection 24 50 

Engineering expense 1 15 

Amount paid to James Doherty, under 
contract : 

Removing trees, bushes, 

stmnps, etc. ... $5 00 

511 cubic yards earth excava- 
tion @ 65c. ... 332 15 
I cubic yard rock excava- 
tion @ $3 . . . 2 00 
788 linear feet straight edge- 
stone hauled and set @ 

21c 165 48 

38 linear feet circular edge- 
stone set @ 17c. . . 6 46 
77 hnear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 14c. . 10 78 
279 square yards granite block 
paving hauled and laid 
@ 61c. . . . . 170 19 
46 square yards existing 
granite block paving 
relaid @ 45c. . . 20 70 
5 square yards flagging 
crosswalks hauled and 
laid @ 80c. ... 4 00 
12 square yards existing 
flagging crosswalks re- 
laid @ 50c. ... 6 00 
695 square yards tar macadam 
surface furnished and 
placed @ 89c. . _ . 618 55 
11 square yards existing brick 

sidewalks relaid @ 33c., 3 63 

3,623 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks fm-nished and 
laid @ 15c. _ . . . 543 45 

89 square feet artificial stone 
driveways furnished and 
laid @ 15c. ... 13 35 

4 covers reset @ $3 12 00 



$1,913 74 
Less amoimt paid in 1913, 1,333 23 



580 51 

$615 62 



Ronald street, from Brinsley street about 263 feet easterly. (Work not 
started.) 

Engineering $37 87 

Engineering expense 35 



$38 22 

* RosecUff street, from Washington street to Kittredge street. (Work 
not started.) 

Engineering $68 06 

Inspection 14 00 

Engineering expense 65 

Advertising 1 28 

$83 99 

* Done in connection with Kittredge street. 



Public Works Department. 



301 



$411 


72 


154 


00 


6 


30 


2 


29 


46 


61 


588 


60 


194 


58 


2,028 08 



Rowe street, from Ashland street to Brown avenue. Length, 1,488 linear 
feet. Area, 4,313 square yards. Six-inch asphalt macadam roadway 
constrilcted, edgestone set, block gutters paved, flagging crosswalks 
laid, some grading has been done and some crushed stone foundation 
has been placed for artificial stone sidewalks. (Work unfinished.) 

Engineering . 
Inspection 

Engineering expense . 
Advertising . 
Labor, handling stock 
Blocks, 29,430 old granite 
Flagging, 270 feet 3 inches North River 
Edgestone, 2,829 feet 11 inches straight, 4 
small corners and 111 feet 11 inches circular, 
Amount paid West Roxbury Trap Rock Com 
pany, under contract: 

Removing trees, bushes, 
stumps, etc. . . 
2,300 cubic yards earth excava- 
tion @ 37ic. . 
11 cubic yards rock excava- 
tion @ $5 . 
2,830 linear feet straight edge- 
stone and comers hauled 
and set @ 25c. 
112 linear feet circular edge- 
stone set @, 20c. . 
10 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @, 15c 
1,020 linear feet crushed stone 
and concrete foundation 
furnished and placed @ 

15c 

1,000 square yards granite block 
paving hauled and laid 

@. 75c 

5 square yards existing gran- 
ite block paving relaid 
@ 25c. . . . . 
52 square yards flagging 
crosswalks hauled and 
laid @ $1 . . . 
3 square yards existing 
flagging crosswalks re- 
laid @ 50c. . 
3,280 square yards bituminous 
macadam surface fur- 
nished and placed (as- 
phalt binder) @ 70c. . 
18 covers reset @ $3 . 
Extra work — Lower man- 
holes and catch-basin 
covers over six (6) 
inches : 
7| days, mason, @ $6 . 
8| days, tender, @ $2.50 
Plus 15 per cent on $67.75, 
1,500 bricks @ $11 M. 

7 barrels cement @ $2 
2 double loads sand @ $2 . 



$75 00 
862 50 



55 00 



707 50 
22 40 



1 50 



153 00 



750 00 



1 25 



52 00 



1 50 



2,296 00 
54 00 



46 


50 


21 


25 


10 


16 


16 


50 


14 


00 


4 00 



Carried forward 



,144 06 



5,432 18 



302 



City Document No. 26. 



Brought forward 

Extra work — Haul pav- 
ing blocks from Charles 
River avenue : 

24 loads paving blocks hauled 
@$6.25 .... 



Less 5 per cent retained 



5,144 06 



150 00 

5,294 06 
264 70 



5,432 18 



5,029 36 



5,461 54 



Sachem street, near Parker Hill avenue. Length, 50 linear feet. A con- 
crete retaiuing wall was built on the street line. 



Engineering . 

Inspection 

Engineering expense 

Advertising 

Amount paid to Martino DeMatteo, under 

contract: 
Building retaining waU and fence 



$41 79 

49 00 

1 55 

3 80 



333 00 



$429 14 



Saybrook street, from Market street to Dustin street. 

Engineering 

Engineering expense 

Labor, handling stock ... 



(Work not started.) 
$96 61 
40 
41 29 

$138 30 



St. Andrew road, from Bayswater street to Washburn avenue, 
started.) 

Engmeering $71 50 

Engineering expense 48 



(Work not 



$71 98 



St. Francis de Sales street, from Cabot street to Roxbiu-y street. Length, 
458 linear feet. Area, 778 square yards. Roadway paved with bitu- 
Uthic pavement on a concrete base, edgestone set, flagging crosswalks 
laid and artificial stone sidewalks constructed. 
Engineering . 
Inspection 

Engineering expense . 
Advertising . 
Labor, handling stock 
Blocks, 800 old granite 
Bricks, 700 old paving 
Teaming 

Flagging, 38 feet North River 
Edgestone, 722 feet 5 inches straight, 3 small 

corners and 53 feet lOJ inches circular 
Amount paid to James Doherty, imder con- 
tract: 

12 cubic yards water box 
excavation @ $1 . 
733 linear feet straight edge- 
stone hauled and set @ 

20c 

54 linear feet circular edge- 
stone set @ 17c. . 











$163 75 










91 00 










2 40 










6 58 










11 53 










16 00 










4 90 










2 50 


ver 








27 36 



$12 00 



146 60 



9 18 



565 56 



Carried forward 



$167 78 



$891 58 



Public Wokks Department. 303 

Brought forward . . . $167 78 $891 58 

170 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 14c. . 23 80 
9 square yards existing gran- 
ite block paving relaid, 
gravel joints, @ 50c. . 4 50 

* 9 square yards granite 

block paving hauled 
and laid, grout joints, 
including concrete base, 
@ $1.90 . . . - 17 10 

*9 square yards flagging 
crosswalks hauled and 
laid, grout joints, in- 
cluding concrete base, 
@ $1.90 . . . . 17 10 

* 5 square yards existing flag- 

ging crosswalks relaid, 
grout joints, including 
concrete base, @ $1.90, 9 50 

745 square yards concrete base 
and bituhthic wearing 
surface fiunished and 
laid @ $2,581 _ . _ . 1,925 83 

14 square yards existing brick 

sidewalks relaid @ 30c., 4 20 

3,322 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks furnished and 
laid @ 17c. ... 564 74 

9 covers reset @ $3 . . 27 00 

7.77 cubic yards extra cement 
concrete furnished and 
laid @ $6.50 . . . 50 51 

Building concrete retain- 
ing wall and fence . 410 00 
Extra work — Furnish 
and lay bitulithic wear- 
ing surface on existing 
concrete base: 
46 square yards bitulithic 
wearing t-urface fur- 
nished and laid @ 
$1.75 .... 80 50 
Extra work — Remove 
edgestone already set 
and construct driveway 
as directed: 
4 hours, stonecutter, @62ic., 2 50 
4 hours, edgestone setter, @ 

624c 2 50 

32 hours' labor @ 25c. . 8 00 

Plus 15 per cent on $13 . 1 95 

9 hours, double team, @ 

75c. .... 6 75 

3,324 26 

$4,215 84 

St. Lukes road, between Brighton and Commonwealth avenues. Length, 
541 hnear feet. Area, 1,716 square yards. Six-inch tar macadam 
roadway constructed, edgestone set, block gutters paved and artificial 

stone sidewalks constructed. 

* Laid with grout joints instead of pitch joints. 



304 



City Document No. 26. 



Engineering 




$161 02 


Inspection 




136 


50 


Engineering expense . 




2 


75 


Labor, handling stock 




15 


96 


Advertising 




2 


29 


Blocks, 15,650 old granite 




313 


00 


Teaming 




4 


15 


Edgestone, 1,026 feet 8 inches straig 


ht, 32 feet 






5 inches circular, 1 small and 1 lar 


ge corner, 


725 


30 


Amount paid William J. Rafferty Company, 






under contract: 








Removing trees, bushes, 








etc. .... 


$0 01 






1,432 cubic yards earth excava- 








tion @ 50c. . 


716 00 






1,026 linear feet straight edge- 








stone hauled and set @ 








18c 


184 68 






32 linear feet circular edge- 








stone set @ 15c. . 


4 80 






44 linear feet existing edge- 








stone reset @ 12c. 


5 28 






340 square yards granite block 








paving hauled and laid 








@ 65c 


221 00 






40 square yards existing gran- 








ite block paving relaid 








@30c 


12 00 






11 square yards existing flag- 








ging crosswalks relaid 








@ 50c 


5 50 






1,325 square yards tar macadam 








siu'face furnished and 








placed @ 95c. 


1,258 75 






6,964 square feet artificial stone 








sidewalks furnished and 








laid @ 14ic. 


990 95 






56 square feet artificial stone 








driveways furnished and 








laid @ 15c. . 


8 40 






6 covers reset @ $3 . 


18 00 






Extra work — Construct 








driveways not shown on 








plan as directed: 








4 hours, stonecutter, @ 








62|c 


2 50 






4 hours, paver, @ 62|c. 


2 50 






2 hours, rammer, @ 31 jC. . 


63 






4 hours' labor @ 25c. . 


1 00 






Plus 15 per cent on $6.63, 


99 






Extra work — Cut gutter- 








mouth as directed: 








12 hours, stonecutter, @ 








621c 


7 50 






Plus 15 per cent on $7.50, 


1 13 










3,441 


62 







$4,802 59 



St. Rose street, from 600 feet south and west of Jamaica street to arborway. 
Length, 538 linear feet. Area, 1,846 square yards. Six-inch tar 
macadam roadway constructed, edgestone set, block gutters paved, 
flagging crosswalks laid and artificial stone sidewalks constructed. 



Public Works Department. 



305 



Engineering 






$236 51 


Engineering expense . 






6 80 


Inspection 






213 50 


Advertising 






6 09 


Labor, handling stock 






15 36 


Labor, stonecutter 






5 60 


Blocks, 16,825 old granite 






336 50 


Flagging, 49 feet 1 inch North River 




35 34 


Edgestone, 9,750 feet 6 inches straight, 2 small 


corners and 245 feet 5 inches circular . 


925 88 


Amount paid to John F. Lynch, under con 


- 


tract : 






Removing trees, bushes. 






etc 


$1 00 


1,508 cubic yards earth excava- 






tion @ 44c. . 


663 52 


2 cubic yards rock excava- 






tion @ $1 


2 00 


977 linear feet straight edge- 






stone and corners 






hauled and set @ 23c., 


224 71 


245 linear feet circular edge- 






stone set @ 13c. . 


31 85 


280 Unear feet crushed stone 






and concrete foundation 






furnished and placed @ 






14c 


39 20 


431 square yards granite block 






paving hauled and laid 






@ 58c. ... 


249 98 


37 square yards existing gran- 






ite block paving relaid 






@35c 


12 95 


11 square yards fl a g g i n g 






crosswalks hauled and 






laid @ 85c. . 


9 35 


1,518 square yards bituminous 






macadam surface f u r - 






nished and placed (tar 






binder) @ 78c. 


1,184 04 


7,618 square feet artificial stone 






sidewalks furnished and 






laid @ 13c. . . 


990 34 


54 square feet artificial stone 






driveways furnished 






and laid @ 13c. 


7 02 


15 covers reset @ $3 . 


45 00 








"? dfifl Qfi 






o,^ou yo 



,242 54 



Schiller road, from Rockland street to Dedham line. 
Engineering 



(Work not started.) 
$5 00 



( 



Seaver street (southwesterly side), from Humboldt avenue to Blue Hill 
avenue. Length, 2,618 linear feet. Area, 10,181 square yards. Trees 
removed and earth excavation made. (Work unfinished.) 

Engineering $187 12 

Inspection 99 75 

Engineering expense 2 35 



Carried forward 



$289 22 



306 City Document No. 26. 

Brought forward $289 22 

Amount paid John Kelly Company, under 

contract: 

160 trees removed @ $6 . $960 00 

4,000 cubic yards earth excava- 
tion @ 50c. . . . 2,000 00 



$2,960 00 
Less 15 per cent retained, 444 00 



2,516 00 

$2,805 22 



Seaver street (southwesterly side), from Walnut avenue to Humboldt 
avenue. Length, 1,400 linear feet. Area, 5,056 square yards. Earth 
and rock excavation made, grading done and wall removed. (Work 
unfinished.) 



Engineering 




$542 30 


Inspection 




589 75 


Engineering expense . 
Advertising 




8 45 
6 38 


Amount paid to William J. ] 


Barry, under 




contract : 






3,000 cubic yards earth excava- 
tion @ 50c. . 

3,400 cubic yards rock excava- 
tion @ $1.50 . 
461 linear feet wall removed 


$1,500 00 
5,100 00 




(unfinished) @ 70c. 


322 70 




Less 15 per cent retained, 


$6,922 70 
1,038 41 


5,884 29 







$7,031 17 

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 cross- 
walks laid and artificial stone sidewalks constructed. (Work done 
in 1913; final payment made in 1914.) 
Amount paid to William J. Rafferty, under contract: 

Removing trees, bushes, stumps, etc., $0 01 

1,071 cubic yards earth excavation @, 65c., 696 15 

1,370 linear feet straight edgestone and cor- 
ners hauled and set @ 30c. . . 411 00 
19 linear feet circular edgestone set @ 15c., 2 85 
43 linear feet existing edgestone reset @ 

12c _ . 5 16 

475 square yards granite block paving 

hauled and laid @ 75c. . . . 356 25 
8 square yards existing granite block pav- 
ing relaid @ 40c 3 20 

12 square yards flagging crosswalks hauled 

and laid @ $1.50 18 00 

1,538 square yards tar macadam surface fur- 
nished and placed @ 95c. . . . 1,461 10 
8,800 square feet artificial stone sidewalks fur- 
nished and laid @ 16c. . . . 1,408 00 
62 square feet artificial stone driveways 

furnished and laid @ 16c. ... 9 92 

Carried forward $4,371 64 



Public Works Department. 



307 



Brought forward 
1 1 covers reset @ $3 
Extra work — Raise 
over 6 inches: 
2 covers raised @ $5 . 



manhole covers 



Less amount paid in 1913 



,371 64 
33 00 



10 00 

54,414 64 
3,729 15 



$685 49 



Southampton street, at railroad bridge. Amount paid to New York, New 
Haven & Hartford Railroad for setting back abutments and remov- 
ing old abutments $9,691 45 

South Sydney street, from Savin HiU avenue to Bay street. (Work not 
started.) 
Engineering $12 50 



Spring street, between Webster street and Charles River. Length, 1,554 
linear feet. Area, 9,293 square yards. Six-inch asphalt macadam 
roadway constructed, edgestone set and crushed stone sidewalks 
constructed. 



Engineering . 

Inspection 

Engineering expense . 

Advertising . 

Labor, handling stock 

Teaming 

Edgestone, 213 feet 11 inches circular and 4 

large corners 

Amount paid to West Roxbury Trap Rock 
Company, under contract: 
Removing trees, bushes, 

etc $1,300 00 

5,381 cubic yards earth excava- 
tion @ 70c. . . . 3,766 70 
127 cubic yards rock excava- 
tion @ $5 . . . 635 00 
2,853 linear feet straight edge- 
stone furnished and set 



235 Unear feet circular edge- 
stone and corners set @ 

25c 

6,960 square yards asphalt 
macadam surface fur- 
nished and placed @ 

63c 

3,993 square yards crushed 
stone sidewalks f u r - 
nished and placed @ 

35c 

247 linear feet wood fence fur- 
nished and built @ 30c., 
Extra work — Remove 
tree in gutter near Web- 
ster street : 
Removing tree . 

Carried forward 



2,853 00 



58 75 



4,384 SO 



1,397 55 
74 10 



40 00 
$14,509 90 



$254 62 

367 50 

7 90 

2 29 

40 

1 60 

280 70 



15 01 



308 City Document No. 26. 



Brought forward . . $14,509 90 $915 01 

Extra work — Furnish 
and lay pipe drain as 
directed : 
Pipe drain furnished and 

laid 40 00 

Extra work — Grade ap- 
proach to Charles street : 
19| hours, foreman, @ 50c. . 9 75 

1421 hours' labor @ 25c. 35 63 

Plus 15 per cent on $45.38, 6 81 

15 hours, double team, @ 75c., 11 25 

26| hours, single team, @43fc., 11 59 

Extra work — Furnish 
watering cart on Sun- 
days when required: 
1 day, water cart, @ $6 . 6 00 

Extra work — Reset edge- 
stone caused by settle- 
ment of trench: 
69 linear feet edgestone reset 

@, 15c 10 35 



$14,641 28 
Less amount paid in 1913, 2,346 50 



12,294 78 

$13,209 79 



Spring street, from Gardner street to Webster street. (Work not started.) 

Engineering $213 93 

Inspection 133 00 

Engineering expense 1 30 

$348 23 

Stratton street, from Blue Hill avenue to Lucerne street. (Work not 
started.) 
Engineering $20 51 

* Temple street, from Spring street to Ivory street. (Work not started.) 

Engineering $93 30 

Inspection 49 00 

Engineering expense 65 

$142 95 

Tip Top street, from Washington street to Tremont street. Length, 430 
linear feet. Area, 1,244 square yards. Eight hundred and sixty feet 
edgestone set, 275 square yards gutters paved and 1,052 square yards 
roadway subgraded. 

Engineering 

Engineering expense .... 

Labor, handling stock 

Labor, employees, edgestone excavating 

Labor, employees, edgestone setting 

Labor, employees, roadway excavating 

Labor, employees, macadam spreading 

Labor, employees, gutter excavating 

Labor, employees, gutter paving 

Teaming 

Carried forward $1,357 23 

* Done in connection with Hillcrest street. 





1 00 




12 54 




233 85 




69 20 




444 76 




17 50 




157 75 




103 82 




249 98 



Public Works Department. 



309 



Brought forward 

Blocks, 7,690 old granite 

Crushed stone, 8.5 tons 

Edgestone, 829 feet 1 inch straight and 2 small 

corners 

Cement, 2| barrels 

Sand, 3 cubic yards 

Lumber 



,357 23 




153 80 




12 58 




558 54 




4 87 




3 00 




3 32 






$2,093 34 





Trescott street, from Pleasant street to Bakersfield street. Length, 406 
linear feet. Area, 1,167 square yards. Roadway paved with bitu- 
lithic pavement on a concrete base, edgestone set, crosswalks laid and 
artificial stone sidewalks constructed. 



Engineering 




$164 22 


Inspection 




80 50 


Engineering expense . 




2 95 


Advertising 




1 28 


Labor, handling stock 




3 40 


Flagging, 49 feet 2 inches North Rii 


^er . 


35 40 


Edgestone, 303 feet 6 inches straig' 


it and 21 




feet 5 inches circular 




230 35 


Amount paid to James Doherty, u 


nder con- 




tract : 






490 cubic yards earth excava- 






tion @ 55c. . 


$269 50 




1.4 cubic yards rock excava- 






tion @ $3 


4 20 




319 linear feet straight edge- 






stone hauled and set @ 






18c 


^ 42 




22 linear feet circular edge- 






stone set @ 14c. . 


3 08 




35 linear feet existing edge- 






stone reset @ 14c. 


4 90 




18 square yards existing gran- 






ite block paving relaid, 






gravel joints, @ 50c. . 


9 00 




16 square yards existing gran- 






ite block paving relaid. 






pitch joints, including 






concrete base, @ $1.60, 


25 60 




1 1 square yards flagging 






crosswalks hauled and 






laid, pitch joints, includ- 






ing concrete base, @ 






$1.70 .... 


18 70 




1 1 square yards existing 






flagging crosswalks 






relaid, pitch joints, in- 






cluding concrete base, 






@ $1.60 .... 


17 60 




1,111 square yards concrete base 






and bitulithic wearing 






surface fxirnished and 






laid @ $2.30 


2,555 30 




2,030 square feet artificial stone 






sidewalks fm-nished and 






laid @ 13|c. . 


274 05 




5 covers reset @ $3 


15 00 





Carried forward 



5,254 35 



$518 10 



310 



City Document No. 26. 



Brought forward 

Extra work — Trim edge- 
stone and tree roots 
where directed: 
22 hours' labor @ 25c. . 
4 hours, stonecutter, @ 

62ic 

Plus 15 per cent on $8 



5,254 35 $518 10 



5 50 



2 50 
1 20 



3,263 55 



5,781 65 



112 


32 


90 


84 


3 


05 


5 


98 


2 


06 


83 


25 


96 


06 


242 


46 


2 


80 


2 


50 



Ulmer street, from Arklow street to Minden street. Length, 157 linear 
feet. Area, 647 square yards. Six-inch 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, 4,975 old granite 

Flagging, 158 feet 8 inches North River 

Edgestone, 257 feet 3 inches straight, 6 small 

corners and 49 feet 1 inch circular 
Bricks, 400 second-hand 

Teaming 

Amount paid to John F. Lynch, under con- 
tract : 

Removing trees, bushes, 

etc $1 00 

256 cubic yards earth excava- 
tion© 46c. ... 117 76 
278 linear feet straight edge- 
stone and corners 
hauled and set @ 23c., 63 94 
43 linear feet circular edge- 
stone set @ 13c. . . 5 59 
114 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 12c. . 13 68 
87 square yards granite block 
paving hauled and laid 
@ 58c. . ... 50 46 
86 square yards existing 
granite block paving 
relaid @ 40c. . . 34 40 
24 square yards flagging 
crosswalks hauled and 
laid @ 85c. . . . 20 40 
403 square yards bituminous 
macadam surface fur- 
nished and placed 
(asphalt binder) @ 78c., 314 34 
22 square yards existing brick 

sidewalks relaid @ 25c., 5 50 

1,839 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks furnished and 
laid @ 14c. ... 257 46 

7 covers reset @ $3 . . 21 00 



Carried forward 



$905 53 



$641 32 



Public Works Department. 



311 



Brought forioard 

Extra work — Pave inter- 
section of Arklow and 
Ulmer streets with gran- 
ite blocks on gravel 
base, gravel joints: 
69 square yards granite block 
paving laid @ $1 . 
Extra work — Remove 
planks from cesspool 
and refill same: 
2 hours, foreman, @ 62 5 c, 
20 hours' labor @ 25c. . 
Plus 15 per cent on $6.25, 



$905 53 



69 00 



$641 32 



1 25 




5 00 




94 






981 72 





,623 04 



Vassar street, between Washington and Kilton streets. Length, 884 linear 

feet. Area, 2,594 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, 20,425 old granite 

Edgestone, 1,313 feet 10 inches straight and 

42 feet 9^ inches circular 
Flagging, 93 feet 10 inches North River 
Amount paid William J. Rafferty Company, 
under contract: 

Removing trees, bushes, 

stumps, etc. ... $10 00 

1,225 cubic yards earth excava- 
tion @ 53c. ... 649 25 
3 cubic yards water box ex- 
cavation @ $1 . . 3 00 
1,315 linear feet straight edge- 
stone hauled and set @ 
20c. .... 263 00 
43 linear feet circular edge- 
stone set @ 15c. . . 6 45 
293 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 13c. . 38 09 
492 square yards granite block 
paving hauled and laid 
@ 75c. ... . 369 00 
154 square yards existing gran- 
ite block paving relaid 
@ 45c. .... 69 30 
20 square yards fl a g g i n g 
crosswalks hauled and 
laid @ 85c. . . . 17 00 
89 square yards existing flag- 
ging crosswalks relaid @ 
65c. .... 



57 85 



$90 00 

196 00 

2 35 

2 28 

21 46 

408 50 

918 48 
73 19 



Carried forward 



L.482 94 $1,712 26 



312 City Document No. 26. 



Brought forward . . . $1,482 94 $1,712 26 
1,803 square yards tar roac- 

adam surface furnished \ 

and placed @ 91c. . 1,640 73 

15 square yards existing brick 

sidewalks relaid @ 30c., 4 50 

9,676 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks furnished and 
laid @ 15c. . 1,451 40 

11 covers reset @ $3 . . 33 00 
Extra work — Remove 

tree in sidewalk at west- 
erly corner of Shafter 
street : 
4 hours, foreman, @ 62|c., 2 50 

48 hours' labor @ 25c. . . 12 00 

4 hours, double team, @ 75c., 3 00 

Plus 15 per cent on $17.50, 2 63 

Extra work — Reset edge- 
stone between Shafter 
and Elmont streets to 
conform with the 
change of grade : 
4 hours, edgestone setter, @ 

62^c 2 50 

12 hours, helper, @ 28c. . 3 36 
48 hours' labor @ 25c. . . 12 00 

Plus 15 per cent on $17.86, 2 68 

Extra work — Raise 2 

manhole covers over 6 

inches: 
2 manhole covers raised @ 



10 00 



4,663 24 

$6,375 50 



Walley street, from Gladstone street to Waldemar avenue. 

Engineering . $70 50 

Engineering expense 84 



$71 34 



Walworth street, between Belgrade avenue and Brooks street. Length, 
949 Unear feet. Area, 3,706 square yards. Six-inch tar macadam 
roadway constructed, edgestone set, flagging crosswalks laid and 
artificial stone sidewalks constructed. (Final payment for work 
done in 1913.) 

Amount paid Hugh J. McGuire, under contact: 

Removing trees, bushes, stamps, etc., $15 00 

1,130 cubic yards earth excavation @ 64c. . 723 20 

3 cubic yards water box excavation @ 

$1.25 3 75 

44 cubic yards rock excavation @ $3.75 . 165 00 

1,626 linear feet straight edgestone and cor- 
ners hauled and set @ 25c. . . 406 50 
123 linear feet circular edgestone set @ 

17c 20 91 



Carried forward $1,334 36 



Public Works Department. 



313 



Brought forward 

56 linear feet existing edgestone reset @> 

15c 

87 square yards granite block paving 

hauled and laid @ $1.10 . 
45 square yards existing granite block 

paving relaid @ 50c 

84 square yards flagging crosswalks hauled 

and laid @ $1.85 
29 square yards existing flagging cross- 
walks relaid @ 75c 

3,021 square yards tar macadam surface fur- 
nished and placed @ 80c. 
12,743 square feet artificial stone sidewalks 
furnished and laid @ 14c. . 
163 square feet artificial stone driveways 
furnished and laid @ 14c. 

5 covers reset @ $3 

Extra work — Omit granite block pav- 
ing for gutters and substitute tar 
macadam: 
575 square yards tar macadam surface fur- 
nished and placed @ 80c. 



Less amount paid in 1913 



$1,334 36 

8 40 

95 70 

22 50 

155 40 

21 75 
2,416 80 
1,784 02 

22 82 
15 00 

460 00 

$6,336 75 

5,937 97 



$398 78 



Washington street, from Armandine street to Mora street. Length, 693 
linear feet. Area, 3,080 square yards. Edgestone set and artificial 
stone sidewalks constructed on west side. (Work unfinished.) 



Engineering .... 




$348 


70 


Inspection 




91 


00 


Engineering expense . 




4 


80 


Advertising 




1 


28 


Labor, handling stock 




5 


63 


Teaming 




1 


75 


Edgestone, 348 feet 9 inches straigh 


t, 2 small 






corners and 22 feet 7 inches circula 


r 


277 


56 


Amount paid James Doherty, ui 


ider con- 






tract : 








Removing trees, bushes, 








etc. (unfinished) 


$70 00 






774 cubic yards earth exca- 








vation @ 70c. 


541 80 






237 cubic yards rock exca- 








vation @ $5 


1,185 00 






360 linear feet straight edge- 








stone hauled and set 








@ 20c. . . 


72 00 






22 linear feet circular edge- 








stone set @ 12c. 


2 64 






182 linear feet existing edge- 








stone reset @ 12c. 


21 84 






5,026 square feet artificial stone 








sidewalks furnished 








and laid @ 14c. . 


703 64 






201 square feet artificial stone 








driveways furnished 








and laid @ 14c. . 


28 14 






3 covers reset @ $3 . 


9 00 







Carried forward 



2,634 06 



^730 72 



314 



City Document No. 26. 



Brought forward 

Extra work — Place 
rubble to support the 
edgestone on the west- 
erly side of the street 
and resurface the road- 
way from the tracks 
to the curb with mac- 
adam surface about 
two (2) inches in 
depth : 
65 hours, foreman, @ 62|c., 
580 hours* labor @ 25c. 
Plus 15 per cent 
$185.63 
71 hours, double team, 

75c. 
32 hom-s, steam roller, 
$1,871 . 
320 cubic feet gravel @ 5c 
108.08 tons crushed stone 
$1.45 . 



Less 5 per cent retained, 



Credit: Blocks, 2,030 old granite 



$2,634 06 



$730 72 



40 63 
145 00 

27 84 

53 25 

60 00 
16 00 

156 72 

,133 50 
156 68 



2,976 82 

53,707 54 
40 60 



5,666 94 



Wellington Hill street, between Blue Hill avenue amd Morton street. 
Length, 2,920 linear feet. Area, 9,287 square yards. Six-inch asphalt 
macadam roadway constructed, edgestone set and artificial stone side- 
walks constructed. 
Engineering .... 
Inspection .... 
Engineering expense . 
Advertising .... 
Labor, handling stock 
Labor, stonecutter 
Edgestone, 708 feet circular and 12 small 

corners .... 
Flagging, 6 feet North River 
Lumber .... 

Bermudez road asphalt, 24,514 gallons 
Amount paid William J. Barry, under con- 
tract : 

Removing trees, bushes, 

etc $50 00 

7,211 cubic yards earth excava- 
tion @ 50c. . . . 3,605 50 
25 cubic yards rock excava- 
tion @ 10c. ... 2 50 
4,624 linear feet straight edge- 
stone furnished and set 



$669 73 


525 


00 


14 


20 


2 


28 




60 


12 


00 


892 


SO 


2 


16 


2 


90 


4,324 


26 



765 linear feet circular edge- 
stone and corners set @ 
25c 

Carried forward 



4,624 00 



191 25 
5,473 25 



5,445 93 



Public Works Department. 315 



Brought forward 


$8,473 25 


$6,445 93 


105 linear feet existing edge- 






stone reset @ 25c. 


26 25 




2,070 linear feet crushed stone 






and concrete founda- 






tion furnished and 






placed @ 15c. . 


310 50 




80 square yards existing 






granite block paving re- 






laid @ 50c. . 


40 00 




38 square yards existing flag- 






ging crosswalks relaid 






@ 75c. . • . 


28 50 




11,889 square yards asphalt mac- 






adam surface fur- 






nished and placed @ 






64c.* .... 


7,608 96 




34,824 square feet artificial stone 






sidewalks furnished and 






laid @ 15c. . 


5,223 60 




348 square feet artificial stone 






driveways fur- 






nished and laid @ 20c., 


69 60 




43 covers reset @ $3 . 


129 00 




Extra work — Rebuild 






catch-basin at the 






south corner of Or- 




• 


mand street : 






4 hours, mason, @, 75c. . 


3 00 




12 hours, helper, @ 35c. 


4 20 




Plus 15 per cent on $7.20, 


1 08 




125 bricks .... 


1 75 




4 bags cement @ 50c. 


2 00 




12 cubic feet sand @ 5c. . 


60 




Extra work — Excavate 






material over broken 






water pipe where di- 






rected and refill with 






proper material and re- 






grade roadway washed 






out by water from 






broken water pipe : 






22 hours, foreman, @, 625C., 


13 75 




208 hours' labor @ 30c. 


62 40 




20 hours, water boy, @, 20c., 


4 00 




Plus 15 per cent on $80.15, 


12 02 




10 hours, steam roller, @ 






$1,871 .... 


18 75 




30 hours, double team, @ 






75c. .... 


22 50 


* 


4 D. H. cinders @ $3 


12 00 




3 tons crushed stone @ 






$1.50 .... 


4 50 




Extra work — Rebuild 2 






manholes at intersec- 






tion of Wellington Hill 






street and Morton 






street : 






16 hours, mason, @ 75c. . 


12 00 




Carried forward 


$22,084 21 


$6,445 93 



* Reduction of $0.36 per yard from price bid, as per order of June 2, 1914. 



316 



City Document No. 26. 



Brought forward 
32 hours' labor @ 30c. 
Plus 15 per cent on $21.60, 
6 bags cement @ 50c. 
18 cubic feet sand @ 5c. . 



22,084 21 


$6,445 93 


9 60 




3 24 




3 00 




90 






22,100 95 





^,546 88 



Wellington Hill footway, from Wellington Hill street to Walk Hill street. 
(Work not started.) 

Engineering $37 64 

Engineering expense 55 

$38 19 



West Brook street, from Bennington street to Saratoga street, 
started.) 

Engineering $15 00 

Engineering expense 36 



(Work not 



$15 36 



Westwood street, from Richfield street to Wales place. (Work not started.) 
Engineering $21 00 

Westmoreland street, from Adams street to 708 feet westerly. (Work not 
started.) • 

Engineering $66 58 

Engineering expense 40 

$66 98 



Whitfield street, from Talbot avenue to Norfolk street. Length, 536 linear 
feet. Area, 1,607 square yards. Roadway paved with asphalt 
pavement on a concrete base, edgestone set and cinders placed for 
artificial stone sidewalks. (Work unfinished.) 



Engineering . 
Inspection 

Engineering expense . 
Labor, handling stock 
Labor, making templets 
Advertising . 
Flagging 

Edgestone, 783 feet straight, 2 small corners 
and 18 feet 10 inches circular 

Teaming 

Amount paid Central Construction Company, 
under contract: 
500 cubic yards earth excava- 
tion @ 65c. . 
783 linear feet straight edge- 
stone and corners 
hauled and set @ 20c. . 
37 linear feet circular e d g e- 

stone set @ 15c. 
102 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 15c. 
25 square yards existing gran- 
ite block paving relaid, 
including concrete base, 
grout joints, @ $1.50 . 



$325 00 



156 60 

5 55 

15 30 



Carried forward 



37 50 

$539 95 



$118 16 

73 50 

1 20 

11 54 

5 00 
1 26 

6 64 

550 48 

7 00 



$774 78 



Public Works Department. 317 

$774 78 



Brought forward 


$539 95 


38 square yards existing flag- 




ging crosswalks relaid, 




grout joints, including 




concrete base, @$1.50 . 


57 00 


,487 square yards concrete base, 




bituminous cone r e t e 




binder and asphalt wear- 




ing surface, furnished 




and laid @ $2.30 . 


3,420 10 


3 covers reset @ $3 . 


9 00 




$4,026 05 


Less amount retained 


200 00 



3,826 05 

$4,600 83 

Wilmore street, between Blue Hill avenue and Norfolk street. Length, 
554 linear feet Area, 1,456 square yards. Six-inch asphalt macadam 
roadway constructed, edgestone set, block gutters paved, flagging 
crosswalks laid and artificial stone sidewalks constructed. 



Engineering .... 




$68 25 


Inspection .... 




28 00 


Engineering expense . 




80 


Advertising .... 




2 28 


Labor, handling stock 




17 52 


Teaming .... 




28 00 


Blocks, 14,870 old granite 




218 56 


Edgestone, 1,032 feet 11 inche 


s straight and 




9 feet 3 inches circular . 




692 82 


Flagging, 135 feet North River 




105 30 


Amount paid to James Do 


herty, under 




contract: 






Removing trees, bushes 






stumps, etc. . 


$1 00 




361 cubic yards earth excava- 






tion @ 55c. . 


198 55 




56 cubic yards rock excava- 






tion @ $3.50 . 


196 00 




1,029 linear feet straight edge- 






stone hauled and set 






@ 23c 


236 67 




9 linear feet circular edge- 






stone and corners set 






@ 15c 


1 35 




24 linear feet existing edge- 






stone reset @ 15c. 


3 60 




369 square yards granite block 






paving hauled and laid 






@ 40c. . . . . 


147 60 




40 square yards existing 






granite block paving 






relaid @ 50c. 


20 00 




29 square yards flagging 






crosswalks hauled and 






laid @ 90c. . 


26 10 




1,049 square yards asphalt mac- 






adam surface furnished 






and placed @ $1.04 


1,090 96 





Carried forward $1,921 83 $1 161 53 



318 



City Document No. 26. 



Brought forward 


$1,921 83 


$1,161 53 


2,412 square feet artificial stone 






sidewalks furnished and 






laid @ 15c. . 


361 80 




2 covers reset @ $3 


6 00 


2,289 63 







$3,451 16 

Woodivorth street, from Walnut street to Copley's highway. Length, 420 
linear feet. Area, 909 square yards. Sixty feet straight and 9 feet cir- 
cular edgestone set, 15 square yards gutters paved, 30 square yards 
gutters repaved, 6 square yards crosswalks laid and 9 square yards 
relaid, 627 square yards macadam roadway built. (Work unfinished.) 

Engineering 

Engineering expense .... 

Labor, employees, edgestone excavating 

Labor, employees, edgestone setting 

Labor, employees, spreading crushed stone 
sidewalk 

Labor, employees, crosswalks excavating 

Labor, employees, crosswalks laying 

Labor, employees, roadway excavating . 

Labor, employees, macadam spreading . 

Labor, employees, gutter excavating 

Labor, employees, gutter paving 

Edgestone, 66 feet straight and 8 feet 5 inches 
circular 

Flagging, 46 feet 8 inches North River 

Gravel .... 

Blocks, 1,230 old granite 

Crushed stone, 2.15 tons 

Teaming 

Steam roller 

$528 32 



$52 88 


1 


05 


32 


60 


19 


83 


5 


00 


17 


64 


25 


83 


91 


25 


37 


28 


14 


07 


11 


57 


36 


11 


33 


60 




98 


24 


60 


3 


03 


69 


00 


52 


00 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT. 



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Public Works Department. 319 



RECAPITULATION OF STREET WORK. 



Maintenance. 



Adams street, King to Rosemont streets (west 

side) ......... S663 99 

Albemarle street, at railroad 322 29 

Anawan avenue, Beech to Park streets . . 4,349 42 
Anawan avenue, Park street to West Roxbury 

Parkway 1,389 43 

Anita terrace, Roxbury street to Gardner avenue, 1,465 12 
Arlington street, Boylston street to St. James 

avenue (west side) 698 88 

Atkinson street, Southampton street to South Bay 

avenue 12,712 05 

Atlantic street. East Fourth street to Thomas park, 1,591 69 

B street, Broadway to West Third street . . 831 05 

Bartlett street, SulHvan to Walker streets . . 661 93 

Baxter street, D to E streets 182 34 

Bayard street. North Harvard to Myrick streets . 78 16 

Bay State road, Deerfield to Granby streets . . 2,439 17 

Bay State road. Beacon to Deerfield streets . . 1,833 93 

Beacon street, Brookline avenue to Raleigh street, 252 90 

Beacon street, Audubon circle to St. Mary's street, 2,568 73 

Beacon street, Brookline avenue to railroad bridge, 3,193 32 
Beacon street, Massachusetts avenue to Raleigh 

street 1 20 

Beacon street, Spruce to Park streets . . . 4,874 51 
Bellflower street, Dorchester avenue to Boston 

street 2,100 78 

Bennett street. Market to Parsons streets . . 603 59 
Bennington street. Belle Isle Inlet to 120 feet 

beyond Leverett avenue 3,937 24 

Bennington street, Wordsworth to Saratoga streets, 529 49 

Bernard street, Harvard street to Talbot avenue . 3,575 79 

Blackwood street, at railroad 140 50 

Blossom street, Cambridge to Parkman streets . 951 56 

Blue Hill avenue, Georgia to Cheney streets . 1,127 02 

Blue Hill avenue, Seaver street to Columbia road, 5,207 49 
Blue Hill avenue, Columbia road to Canterbury 

street 2,101 94 

Blue Hill avenue, Charlotte to Canterbury streets, 2,890 50 

Blue Hill avenue, Canterbury to Harvard streets . 4,440 15 



Carried forward ....... $67,716 16 



320 



City Document No. 26. 



Brought forward 

Blue Hill avenue, Walk Hill to River streets (east 

side) 

Bowdoin street, Mt. Ida road to Geneva avenue . 
Bowdoin street, Geneva avenue to Washington 

street 

Brewster street, East Seventh to East Eighth 

streets 

Brookline avenue, Beacon street to railroad bridge, 
Business street, River street to River street . 
Buttonwood street, Mt. Vernon to Locust streets 

(east side) 

C street, Baxter to West Seventh streets 
Cambridge street, Washington street to Union 

square 

Cambridge street, railroad bridge to the river 

Cambridge street, Washington to Warren streets 

Centre street, Pond to Green streets 

Charles River avenue, Charlestown . 

Clapp street, Boston street to Massachusetts 

avenue 

Clarendon street, Columbus avenue to Tremont 

street 

Clarendon street, Stuart street to St. James avenue 
Cleveland street, Moreland to Winthrop streets 
Columbia road, Hamilton to Richfield streets 

(traflftc road) 

Columbia road, Blue Hill avenue to railroad bridge 

(traffic road) 

Columbia road, Dudley to Quincy streets (traffic 

road) 

Congress street. Water to State streets . 
Copeland street, Moreland to Warren streets . 
Court square, east and west roadways . 
D street. West Eighth street to Old Colony avenue 
Dalton street, Falmouth to Belvidere streets . 
Dartmouth street, Boylston to Newbury streets 
Dickens street, Clayton to Adams streets 
Dix street, Adams street to Dorchester avenue 
Dix place, Washington to Tremont streets . 
Dorchester street, Rogers street to 146 feet westerly 
Dunmore street, Dudley to Magazine streets . 
East Cottage street, Pleasant street to Columbia 

road 

East Fifth street, L to P streets 
East Lenox street, Washington to Fellows streets 
Emerson street, H to East Third streets . 
Eustis street, Dearborn to Magazine streets . 
Evans street, Capen street to Milton avenue 

Carried forward 



,716 16 

457 66 
931 43 



4,590 64 

333 47 
1,538 67 
3,086 56 

1,203 51 
436 22 

7,245 22 

10,242 73 

1,615 90 

3,095 19 

705 54 

2,375 16 

15,648 93 
474 00 
503 17 

166 55 

10,643 41 



5,022 


12 


1,230 50 


1,743 


55 


3,477 


01 


609 20 


1,058 


18 


1,866 


21 


899 


78 


3,937 


40 


3,044 


16 


1,285 


55 


526 


67 


3,625 


51 


4,448 80 


1,950 


70 


1,810 41 


15,681 


00 


2,802 


20 


$188,029 07 



Public Works Department. 



321 



Brought fonvard 

Everett street, Orleans to Lamson streets 
Exchange street, State street to 174 feet northerly, 
Exeter street, Boylston to Newbury streets . 
F airland street, Mt. Pleasant avenue to Moreland 

street 

Falmouth street, Norway to Belvidere streets 
Faneuil street, Oakland to Parsons streets 
Fellows street, Northampton to Hunneman streets, 
Ferdinand street, Columbus avenue to Melrose 

street 

Ferrin street, Chelsea to Bunker Hill streets . 
Fisher avenue, Parker to Hay den streets 
Fox street, Adams to Percival streets 
Friend street, Washington to Sudbury streets 
Fruit street, Charles to North Grove streets . 
Fuller street, Washington street to Dorchester 

avenue 

Gardner street, Roxbury to Centre streets 
George street, Hampden to Magazine streets . 
Germania street, Boylston to Bismarck streets 
Green street, Washington to Lamartine streets 
Harvard street, Washington street to Blue Hill 

avenue 

Harvard street. Walk Hill to Oakland streets . 
Haskins street, Ruggles to Vernon streets 
Haviland street, Massachusetts avenue to Hemen 

way street 

Hemenway street, Huntington avenue to Bryant 

street 

Hemenway street, Bryant to Gamsborough streets, 
Hemenway street, Gainsborough street to Westland 

avenue 

Hemenway street, Westland avenue to Norway 

street 

Hemenway street, Norway to Haviland streets 
Henley street. Harvard square to Navy Yard 
Highland Park street, Fort to Highland Park 

avenues 

Highland Park avenue, Fort avenue to Highland 

Park street 

Homestead street, Humboldt to Walnut avenues, 
Huntington avenue, Longwood avenue to Gains- 
borough street 

Huntington avenue, Wigglesworth street to Fen- 
wood road 

Hutching s street, Humboldt to Elm Hill avenues, 
Hyde Park avenue. River street to West Roxbury 

line 



$188,029 07 

1,931 38 

601 25 

1,043 25 

524 15 
1,355 35 
1,864 17 
1,467 02 

2,374 72 
7,107 05 

106 19 
1,312 16 
1,570 48 

987 42 

5,714 61 
176 76 

2,238 66 
380 28 

4,101 97 

1,408 26 

1,422 61 

781 13 

928 01 

1,673 79 
1,815 70 

1,245 94 

1,248 21 
955 03 
587 31 

149 48 

1,202 55 
1,221 62 

1,295 33 

3,094 94 
2,204 13 

5,729 58 



Carried forward 



$249,849 56 



322 City Document No. 26. 

Brought forward 

I street, Broadway to Second street 
Ipswich street, Boylston street to Boylston street . 
Jenner street, Rutherford avenue to Front street, 
Jess street. Porter street to about 220 feet southerly, 
Jones street, East BrookUne to East Concord 

streets 

K street, Broadway to East First street 
Kennard avenue, Allen to Poplar streets 
Lansdowne street, Brookline avenue to Ipswich 

street 

Long wood avenue, Brookline avenue to Riverway, 
Mall street, Eustis to Dearborn streets . 
Magazine street, Dudley street to Massachusetts 

avenue 

Marlborough street. Clarendon street to Charlesgate 

East 

Marmion street, Cornwall to Germania streets 
Massachusetts avenue, Columbia road to railroad 

bridge 

Maverick street, Frankfort to Jeffries streets . 
Maverick square, Sumner to Maverick streets 

(east side) 

Medford street, Polk to Monument streets 
Metropolitan avenue Washington to Poplar streets. 
Metropolitan avenue, Kittredge street to beyond 

Granada avenue 

Midland street. Savin Hill avenue to Bay street, 
Minot street, Adams street to Neponset avenue, 
Mitchell street, West Ninth street to 190 feet 

southerly 

Moreland street, Blue Hill avenue to Warren street, 
Morton street. Harvard to Canterbury streets . 
Morton street. Blue Hill avenue to Canterbury 

street 

Myrtle street, Hancock to Joy streets 
Newbury street, Massachusetts avenue to Charles- 
gate East 

Norfolk street. Walk Hill street to railroad bridge. 
North Anderson street, Cambridge to Fruit streets, 
Norway street, Massachusetts avenue to St. Paul 

street 

Norway street, Charlesgate to Massachusetts 

avenue 

Old road, Elmo street to Michigan avenue 

Oriole street. Park to Bellevue streets 

Park street, Gilmore terrace to Boxford terrace . 

Park Lane street, leading to Olmstead street . 

Parker street. Station to Smith streets . 

Parker Hill avenue, Calumet to Hillside streets, 

Carried forward $381,240 11 



$249,849 56 


114 


85 


4,499 


38 


1,565 


12 


979 


41 


2,499 


04 


33 


80 


809 


55 


3,239 


62 


4,014 


36 


1,465 07 


4,378 


09 


25,879 


68 


170 


78 


35,517 


96 


6,087 


70 


28 


80 


2,591 


79 


4,092 77 


2,248 


16 


155 


20 


1,919 


97 


20 82 


2,367 


15 


1,626 30 


11,243 


28 


266 39 


2,457 


77 


141 


93 


1,345 


25 


700 39 


87 


71 


1,103 


40 


1,934 


69 


422 


77 


216 


50 


529 31 


4,635 79 



Public Works Department. 



323 



67 
35 



94 
38 
50 
15 
65 
05 



Brought forward $381,240 11 

Parkman street, Dorchester avenue to Adams 

street 3,399 75 

Perkins street, South Huntington avenue to 

Parkway 1,497 

P-inc^ne?/ siree^, Joy to Anderson streets . 1,201 

Pleasant street, Stoughton street to Savm Hill 

avenue 1,991 38 

Pleasant street. East Cottage to Stoughton streets, 5,491 20 

Pope's Hill street, Neponset avenue to Freeport 

street 

Porter street, Bismarck to Amory streets 
Providence street, Berkeley to Clarendon streets 
Ralston street, at Dorchester avenue 
Reservoir road, Beacon street to railroad bridge 
River street, Mattapan square to Hyde Park line 
River street. Central avenue to railroad bridge 
River street. Business street to Dedham line . 
Rosseter street, Bullard to Olney streets . 
Saratoga street. Central square to Shelby street 
Saratoga street, Moore to Addison streets 
Saratoga street, Butler to Washburn avenues 
Scotia street, St. Cecilia to Dalton streets 
Seaver street, Columbia road to Blue Hill avenue 
Shawmut avenue, Ruggles to Williams streets 
Shirley street, Norfolk avenue to 500 feet northerly, 
Smith street, Whitney street to Hmitington 

avenue 

South street, Robert to Centre streets 

South street. Centre to Keyes streets 

Spring street. Centre street to railroad bridge 

Springer street. East Seventh to East Eighth streets, 

Spurr street. North Harvard street to Western 

avenue 118 12 

St. Cecilia street, Belvidere to Boylston streets . 727 52 

*S^. James avenue. Clarendon to Berkeley streets . 3,076 27 

Standish street. Park to 20 feet north of 

Kingsdale street 86 25 

Staniford street, Cambridge to Temple streets . 820 72 

Station street, Columbus avenue to Parker street . 6,067 23 

Stimson street, Washington to Centre streets . 1,115 16 

Stoughton street. Pleasant street to Columbia road, 3,046 56 

Summer street, B street to viaduct . . . . 414 54 

Summer street, C street to viaduct .... 3,822 57 

Sumner street, Orleans to Cottage streets . . 574 33 

Swallow street, N to streets 424 36 

Sydney street. Savin Hill avenue to Hartland street, 2,686 66 
Temple street, Cambridge to Derne streets . . 879 87 

Tremont street, Washington street to Newton line, 1,853 03 

Carried forward $469,924 36 



258 
2,314 

224 
1,344 

873 
1,652 
2,619 87 
7,508 85 

454 00 
8,402 44 
2,456 17 
1,686 65 

844 25 
2,728 66 

537 70 
2,156 85 



615 48 

8,509 61 

58 10 

3,838 25 

305 16 



324 City Document No. 26. 

Brought forward ....... $469,924 36 

Tremont street, at intersection with Columbus 

avenue 667 17 

Thatcher street, Hyde Park (see special appropria- 
tions) 219 50 

Vickshurg street, East First to East Second streets, 252 73 

Warren avenue, Berkeley street to Columbus 

square 45 15 

Washington street, Blue Hill to Talbot avenues, 16 57 

Washington street, Cambridge to Union streets . 4,578 87 

Washington street, Foster street to Oak square . 4,237 59 

Weld Hill street, Hyde Park avenue to Forest Hills 

Cemetery 

West Brookline street, Warren avenue to Washing- 
ton street 

West Canton street, Tremont street to Shawmut 

avenue 

West Canton street, Tremont street to Columbus 

avenue 

West and East Newton streets 

Western avenue, Waverly to North Harvard streets, 7,262 61 

Western avenue, Market street to Watertown 

Bridge 695 59 

Westland avenue, Massachusetts avenue to Hemen- 

way street 1,183 97 

Whiting street, Moreland to Winthrop streets . 745 15 

Winthrop street. Blue Hill avenue to Warren street, 3,302 88 

Yeoman street, Albany to Hampden streets . 3,348 30 

Zeigler street, Warren to Dearborn streets 6,141 74 

$511,295 01 
Charged to Special Appropriations. 



1,745 32 

2,150 83 

1,199 33 

921 14 
2,656 21 



Avery, Mason and Washington streets: 






Avery street 


$7,763 97 




Mason street 


422 15 




Washington street .... 


3,442 48 


$11,628 60 


East First street extension . 




8,935 25 



Harvard avenue, Brighton, from Commonwealth 

avenue to Cambridge street 26,875 10 

Norfolk street widening, from Washington street to 
New York, New Haven & Hartford Railroad 
Bridge 

Old Colony avenue, construction of, from Hyde to 
Mt. Vernon streets 

Pleasant street widening, from Eliot to Washington 
streets 

Thatcher street extension (Hyde Park) . 

Tyler street extension (Hyde Park) .... 



62,273 01 


13,972 33 


20,620 48 

98 91 

696 29 


$145,099 97 



Public Works Department. 325 

Charged to Appropriation for Highways, Making of. 
Alhano street, from Washington street to Amherst 

street $51 70 

Armington street, between Webster street and 

Brighton avenue 

Audubon road, between Ivy and Mountfort streets, 
Augustus avenue, Poplar street to beyond Claren- 
don avenue 

Ballou avenue, between Woodrow avenue and 

Willowwood street 

Barbara street, from South Huntington avenue to 

Centre street 

Bardwell street, from Bullard street to South street, 
Basto terrace, northeasterly from South street 
Binney street, between Longwood avenue and 

Francis street 

Birch street, extended to Dudley avenue 
Bourneside street, from Park street to Melville 

avenue 

Bradwood street, from Belgrade avenue to Colberg 

avenue 

Brookdale street, between Florence and Sycamore 

streets 

Browning avenue, from Bernard to Wales streets, 
C street, from Baxter street to Old Colony avenue, 
Calumet street, between Parker Hill avenue and 

Hillside street 

Castlegate road. Blue Hill avenue to Normandy 

street 

Chapin avenue, Mt. Vernon street to Preston street. 
Church street, from Boylston street to Providence 

street (credit $980). 
Claxton street. Blue Hill avenue to Callender street, 
Clement avenue, Anawan avenue to Clement avenue, 
Clement avenue, Meredith street to Clement 

avenue 

Clermont street, between Bailey and Fuller streets, 
Colonial avenue, between Talbot and New Eng- 
land avenues 

Condor street, extended to East Eagle street 
Convent -path, from Breed street to Gladstone street, 
Copley's highway, from Walnut street to Port 

Norfolk street . 

Cottage street, between Gove and Porter streets . 
Crandall street, from Hillside avenue to Augustus 

avenue 

Crossman street, between Norfolk and West Selden 

streets 

Dane street, from Orchard street to Holbrook street. 

Carried forward 



929 


68 


2,522 


59 


7 


00 


14,890 63 


55 


66 


14 


55 


55 


00 


5,968 
11 


26 
06 


4,416 


42 


81 


70 


5,377 
9,421 
1,378 


67 
70 
52 


1,927 


85 


44 


61 


59 


50 


26 


00 


4,498 


40 


2,856 
. 2,155 


77 
70 


6,296 
11 


23 
00 


42 


92 


5 


00 


4,639 73 


5 


51 


3,070 
65 


10 

92 


$70,890 38 



326 City Document No. 26. 

Brought forward 

Deering road, from Blue Hill avenue to Harvard 

street 

Dempster street, from Ruggles street to Halleck 

street 

Denton terrace, from Washington to Kittredge 

streets 

Dillaway street, between Dix place and Hollis 

street 

Dorchester avenue, at Adams street 

Edgemont street, from South street to Ainsworth 

street 

Elgin street, from Centre street to railroad 
Fabyan street, from Blue Hill avenue to Harvard 

street 

Fletcher street. Centre street to Montclair avenue . 
Frankfort street, from Neptune road to Bennington 

street 

Gayland street, between West Cottage and Judson 

streets 

Glendower road, from Kittredge street to Poplar 

street 

Grace street, from Roslin street to Walton street . 
Greenleaf street, from Leon street to Huntington 

avenue 

Hallet street, from Minot street to New York, New 

Haven & Hartford Railroad .... 
Hamlet street, from Columbia road to Belden street, 
Hancock and Bowdoin streets, from Winter street to 

Hancock street 

Haverford street, from Montebello road about 100 

feet southwesterly 

Henshaw street, at and near Cambridge street 
Herbert street, from Park street to West Tremlett 

streets 

Hillcrest street, from Temple street to Elgm street, 
Hill Top street, from Granite avenue to Hallett 

street 

Hopestill street, from Aspinwall road to Southern 

avenue 

Houston street, from Montview to Crest streets . 
Howland street, from Harold street about 428 feet 

easterly 

Idlewild street, from Commonwealth avenue to 

Brainerd road 

Intervale street, from Columbia road to Normandy 

street 

Islington street, between Webster street and 

Brighton avenue 

Carried forward $94,420 56 



$70,890 38 


235 


98 


58 


20 


4,783 


93 


2,474 89 
1,043 87 


1,134 85 
7 00 


98 48 
12 51 


1,679 


58 


4,267 


00 


14 

7 


01 
00 


1,385 


89 


70 
8 00 


6 


18 


723 

2,191 


55 

12 


49 
29 


93 

50 


19 


50 


7 00 
2,549 92 


36 


56 


64 


80 


138 


28 


501 


95 



Public Woeks Department. 

Brought forward 

Jewett street, from Neponset avenue to Mt. 

Hope street 

Juliette street, from Fox street to Homes avenue 
Kenney street, from Day street northwesterly 
Kilton street, between Park street and Talbot 

avenue 

Kittredge street, from Metropolitan avenue to 

Cornell street 

Kittredge street, from Rosecliff street to Metropoli- 
tan avenue 

Langdon street, from Norfolk avenue to George 

street 

Lawndale terrace, between Lamartine and Amory 

streets 

Leslie street, from Centre street to Dix street 
Lockwood street, from Metropolitan avenue to 

Huntington avenue 

Long avenue, from Commonwealth avenue to All- 

ston street 

Lorenzo street, from Walnut street to Woodworth 

street 

Lorette street, from Centre street to Hillcrest street, 
Lothrop street, from Market street to Portsmouth 

street 

Lovell street, from Neptune road to Island street . 
Lubec street, between Gove and Porter streets 
Lucas street, from Washington street to Shawmut 

avenue 

Lyford street, from Woodrow avenue to Franklin 

Field 

Mackin street, from Western avenue to Waverly 

street 

Manthorne road, between Centre and Weld streets, 
Marlowe street, between Vinson and Park streets, 
Marmion street, from Montebello road about 112 

feet southwesterly 

Mayhew street, from Boston street to Roseclair 

street .... 

Melvinside terrace, from Dorchester avenue to 

Minton street 

Mitchell street, from Old Colony avenue about 

240 feet northerly 

Montebello road, from Washington street to Brook- 
side avenue 

Montebello road, from Forest Hills street to Wal- 
nut avenue 

Montvale street, from Colberg avenue to Belgrade 

avenue 

Carried forward 



327 


$94,420 56 


1,750 30 

3,027 32 

9 00 


4,917 


58 


7,479 


01 


112 


47 


7,756 


31 


237 


76 


51 


50 


38 


06 


9,140 


35 


36 


85 


25 


50 


31 


40 


52 


13 


4,849 


92 


19 


45 


39 42 


7 


00 


20,974 
2,570 


06 
29 


790 45 


23 


01 


5 


00 


126 47 


4,594 


27 


21 


50 


59 80 


$163,166 74 



328 City Document No. 26. 

Brought forward $163,166 74 

Morton street (westerly side), from Greendale road 

a distance of about 607.35 feet 
Mountfort street, from Audubon road to St. Mary's 

street 

Myrick street, between Easton street and Coolidge 

road 

Neptune road, from Bennington street to Saratoga 

street 

Normandy street, from Columbia road to Seaver 

street 

Oakland street, from River street to Rockdale 

street 

Orient avenue, from Walley street to beyond Tower 

street 

Paisley 'park, from Bourneside street to Upland 

avenue 

Parkton road, from Perkins to Perkins street 
Peacevale road, from Norfolk street to Dunbar 

avenue 

Pelton street, from Park street to West Roxbury 

Parkway 

Percival street. Fox to Marie streets . . . 
Perham street, from Vermont street to railroad . 
Perkins street, from Prince street to Brookline 

line 

Perth street, from Quincy street to Fayston street, 
Philbrick street, from Neponset avenue to Jewett 

street 

Pinehurst street, from Belgrade avenue to Dudley 

avenue 

Porter street, from 35 feet east of Frankfort street 

across Cottage street 

Potosi street, between Mt. Ida road and Percival 

street 

Powellton road, from Columbia road to Glenarm 

street 

Puritan avenue, from Richfield street to unnamed 

street 

Public Alley 809, from Gainsborough street to 

Batavia street 

Public Alley 810, from Alleys Nos. 809 to 811 . 
Public Alley 811, from Gainsborough street to 

Batavia street 

Queen street, from King street to Claymont terrace. 
Raven street, from Crescent avenue southerly 
Rawston road, from Metropolitan avenue to Ethel 

street . 

Carried forward 



2 


28 


1 


20 


2,029 


61 


4,579 


16 


173 


62 


14 


00 


12,325 


14 


1,247 
36 


87 
51 


4 


00 


76 42 
59 53 
20 51 


44 

38 


70 
51 


772 


64 


7,486 


48 


1,285 


91 


2,061 


82 


24 


35 


5,687 


32 


3 
3 


00 
00 


3 

2,985 
16 


00 
32 
00 


5 


00 


$204,153 64 



Public Woeks Department. 329 

Brought forward $204,153 64 

Rexhame street, between Belgrade avenue and 

Colberg avenue 

Riverview road, between Brooks street and Rane- 

legh road 

Roach street, between Dorchester avenue and 

Pleasant street 

Ronald street, from Brinsley street about 263 feet 

easterly 

RosecUff street, from Washington street to Kit- 

tredge street 

Rowe street, from Ashland street to Brown avenue, 
Sachem street, near Parker Hill avenue 
Sayhrook street, from Market street to Dustin 

street 

St. Andrew road, from Bayswater street to Wash- 
burn avenue 

St. Francis de Sales street, from Cabot street to 

Roxbury street 

St. Lukes road, between Brighton and Common- 
wealth avenues 

St. Rose street, from 600 feet south and west of 

Jamaica street to Arborway 
Schiller road, from Rockland street to Dedham 

line 

Seaver street (southwesterly side) , from Humboldt 

avenue to Blue Hill avenue 
Seaver street (southwesterly side), from Walnut 

avenue to Humboldt avenue 
Sheffield road, between Walter and Selwyn streets, 
Southampton street, at railroad bridge 
South Sydney street, from Savin Hill avenue to 

Bay street 

Spring street, between Webster street and Charles 

river 

Spring street, from Gardner street to Webster 

street 

Stratton street, from Blue Hill avenue to Lucerne 

street 

Temple street, from Spring street to Ivory street. 
Tip Top street, from Washington street to Tre- 

mont street 

Trescott street, from Pleasant street to Bakers- 
field street 

Ulnier street, from Arklow street to Mmden 

street 

Vassar street, between Washington and Kilton 

streets 

Carried forward . $283,535 98 



4,543 


97 


2,912 


77 


615 


62 


38 


22 


83 

8,461 

429 


99 
54 
14 


138 


30 


71 


98 


4,215 


84 


4,802 


59 


5,242 


54 


5 


00 


2,805 22 


7,031 

685 

9,691 


17 
49 
45 


12 


50 


13,209 


79 


348 23 


20 
142 


51 
95 


2,093 


34 


3,781 


65 


1,623 


04 


6,375 


50 



330 City Document No. 26. 

Brought forward 

Walley street, from Gladstone street to Waldemar 

avenue 

Walworth street, between Belgrade avenue and 

Brook street 

Washi7igton street, from Armandine street to Mora 

street 

Wellington Hill street, between Blue Hill avenue 

and Morton street 

Wellington Hill footiuay, from Wellington Hill 

street to Walk Hill street 

Westhrook street, from Bennington street to Sara- 
toga street . . . " 

Westwood street, from Richfield street to Wales 

place 

Westmoreland street, from Adams street to 708 

feet westerly ........ 

Whitfield street, from Talbot avenue to Norfolk 

street 

Wilmore street, between Blue Hill avenue and 

Norfolk street 

Woodworth street, from Walnut street to Copley's 

highway 



Less credit on Church street 



$283,535 


98 


71 


34 


398 


78 


3,666 


94 


28,546 


88 


38 


19 


15 


36 


21 


00 


66 


98 


4,600 


83 


3,451 


16 


528 32 


$324,938 76 
980 00 


$323,958 76 



Public Works Department. 



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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. 



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723 

328 

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2,199 

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1,494 
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1,263 
798 

2,898 

1,182 
465 

1,017 
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100 

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261 

908 

2,405 

214 

983 

2,098 

1,806 

1,221 

1,970 


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4,203 

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2,399 

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5,190 
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7,890 
2,907 
1,520 


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3,654 
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9,669 

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1,663 
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2,380 
6,810 
5,806 
3,168 
2,716 
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1,359 
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1907 

1908 


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10,162 
15,536 


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1911 

1912 


22,687 
36,693 
30,231 


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1914 


12,432 


Totals. . . . 


20,983 


11,261 


649 


13,733 


42,920 


86,208 


32,376 


14,145 


222,275 



New Brick Sidewalks. (Does not include work done on streets laid out 

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1,758 


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4,724 


1907 


455 


1,157 


223 


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278 


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296 


313 


3,828 


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311 

1,292 


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406 
596 


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103 
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647 
382 


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585 


3,796 


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1914 






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8,416 


10,074 


265 


724 


2,004 


9,635 


13,672 


2,026 


46,816 



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333 



Recapitulation, 1914. 





Edgestones. 
Linear Feet. 


Brick. 

Square Yards. 


South Boston Paving District No. 1 

East Boston Paving District No. 2 

Charlestown Paving District No. 3 


4,773 
959 


762 
379 


Brighton Paving District No. 4 


1,970 
1,520 

1,637 
901 

672 




West Roxbury Paving District No. 5 




Dorchester and Hyde Park Paving Districts 

Nos. 6, 9-11 

Roxbury Paving District No. 7 

City Proper Paving Districts Nos. 8 and 10. . 


150 
382 
585 


Totals 


12,432 


2,258 



Loads of Dirt and Street Cleanings Removed from February 1, 1914, 
to January 31, 1915. 

By Paving Service Force. 



Districts. 



Single. 



Double. 



Cubic 
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South Boston. 
East Boston . . 
Charlestown . . 

Brighton 

West Roxbury 
Dorchester. . . 

Roxbury 

South End . . 

Ashmont 

North End . . . 
Hyde Park . . . 

Totals. . . 



1,177 

416 

283 

5,622 

5,478 

1,936 

3,355 

1,513 

2,312 

895 

2,822 



25,809 



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122 

112 

1,311 

4,307 
355 

3,315 
587 

1,219 
103 
252 



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1,319 

660 

507 

8,244 

14,092 

2,646 

9,985 

2,687 

4,750 

1,101 

3,326 



49,317 



334 



City Document No. 26. 



Loads of Snow Removed from February 1, 1914, to January 31, 1915. 

By Paving Service Force. 



Districts. 



Single/ 



Double.! 



Cubic 
Yards. 



Cost.t 



South Boston . 
East Boston . . 
Charlestown. . 

Brighton 

West Roxbury 
Dorchester . . . . 

Roxbury 

South End.... 

Ashmont 

North End . . . 
Hyde Park . . . 

Totals.... 



3,609 
1,216 
1,543 
82 
2,162 

876 
1,211 
4,470 

695 
2,664 

659 



1,612 

50 

547 

405 

1,395 
389 
156 

1,009 
694 



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12,054 
2,582 
4,727 
1,379 
8,509 
2,919 
2,890 

11,967 
3,472 
5;328 
2,935 



$7,318 41 
4,576 45 
7,302 09 
4,426 01 

10,372 85 
6,676 66 

15,101 78 

13,893 77 
4,074 86 
8,253 53 
2,990 76 



19,187 



6,796 



58,262 



t,987 17 



* Single loads, 2 cubic yards. 

t Double loads, 3 cubic yards. 

i Includes cost of plowing gutters, cleaning sidewalks and picking ice not carted away. 



Snow Removed by Contract. 



Districts. 


Number 

of ■ 

Loads.t 


Cubic 
Yards. 


Cost per 
Cubic 
Yard. 


Total 

Cost. 




2,597 
880 
2,963 
2,367 
2,218 
2,547 


8,199 

3,278i 
ll,887i 
8,366i 
7,649 
9,352§ 


$0 43 
44 
47 
42 
49 
50 


$3,525 57 




1,442 54 


Snow District No. 3 


5,587 13 




3,513 93 


Snow District No. 5 


3,748 01 


Snow District No. 6 


4,676 25 


Totals 


13,572 


48,733 


$0 458 


$22,493 43 







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Public Works Department. 



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City Document No. 26. 



Street Openings. 

Under classes 1 and 2 of the schedule of permit fees, 
permits for openings in public ways were issued as 
follows : 



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 



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1,270 

4,508 

2,605 

480 

280 

140 
211 

4,000 
625 

1,432 
815 
552 



368 

306 

438 

360 

76,350 

112,712 

37,241 

60,141 

3,717 

1,757 

9,730 

95,101 

15,487 

105,249 



13,800 



Totals. 



16,946 



532,756 



Making a total length of openings of about 105 miles, 
a decrease of 87 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 m buildings 

Projecting signs or lamps 

Raising or lowering safes or heavy machinery 

Loading and unloading goods 

Carried forward 



17 

82 

7 

24 

1,226 

3,476 

4,605 

672 

8 

1,135 

800 

262 

1 

12,315 



Public Works Department. 



337 



Brought forward 

Emergency permits (Class B) . . . . 
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 .... 



12,315 
249 
154 
360 

13,078 
16,946 

30,024 



The income from the issuance of permits amounted to 
,421.57, divided as follows: 



Class No. 1. 


Openings 


$6,179 00 


2. 


Emergency openings 


394 00 


3. 


Advertising 


25 00 


4. 


Cleaning snow from roofs 


82 00 


5. 


Driving cattle .... 


31 00 


6. 


Dumping snow .... 


12 00 


7. 


Erecting and repairing awnings . 


613 00 


8. 


Erecting, alteration and repairs on 






buildings 


13,112 32 


9. 


Minor repairs on buildmgs . 


2,303 00 


10. 


Feeding horses .... 


672 00 


11. 


Moving buildings .... 


145 00 


12. 


Painting signs on fences 


00 


13. 


Placmg fiat signs .... 


585 50 


14. 


Projecting signs, etc. . 


800 00 


15. 


Raismg and lowering 


262 00 


16. 


Loading and unloading 


3 00 


17. 


Emergency (Class B) . . . 


249 00 


18. 


Special 


38 50 


19. 


Aimual permits .... 


915 25 


Total . 


$26,421 57 



Twenty thousand two hundred fourteen dollars and 
seven cents cash paid to City Collector. Bills sent to 
City Collector for collection of balance, $6,207.50 

Defects in Sidewalks and Roadways. 

One thousand one hundred and ninety-eight (1,198) 
notices were sent to property owners to make repairs 
on sidewalks for the maintenance of which they were 
responsible. These included steps, fences, portions of 
buildings encroaching on sidewalks and defective bulk- 
heads, area covers, etc. 



338 



City Document No. 26. 



Twenty-five thousand and fifty-nine (25,059) 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. 

Poles. 

Permits have been issued for the placing of 241 poles 
in the public ways in accordance with plans filed in the 
Permit Office. Permits have been issued for removal of 
447 poles and for the resetting of 718 defective or unsafe 
poles. 

Street Numbering. 

Building numbers have been assigned as listed below: 





Entire 
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Entire 
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Renum- 
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Partly 
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Streets. 


Partly 
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Streets. 


Estates 
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Estates 
Renum- 
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Figures 
Issued. 


East Boston .... 






4 


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19 
239 

86 
206 
325 
638 
412 

73 


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21 
36 
120 
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689 


West Roxbury 




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Dorchester 

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Hyde Park 


236 












Totals 


4 


13 


50 


7 


2,082 


278 


5,445 







Public Works Department. 



339 



Plans. 
During the year plans were filed as follows : 





Mains. 


Poles. 


Tracks. 


Conduits. 






61 
43 




24 






315 




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Boston Elevated Railway Cpmpany 


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Boston Fire Department 


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38 


139 


21 


376 







Poles, 139; mains, 38; tracks, 21; conduits, 376; 
miscellaneous, 45; total of 619 plans filed this year, 
making a total of plans on file of 12,247. 



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Sicilian Rock Asphalt. 

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Acme Asphalt. 

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Brick Block. 

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Under 
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Not Under 
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District 
Totals. 


Length. 

Feet. 


Area. 
Sq. Yds. 


Length. 

Feet. 


Area. 
Sq. Yds. 


Length. 

Feet. 


Area. 
Sq. Yds. 


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47,520 


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South Boston 


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5,580 
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17,709 
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51,559 


Dorchester 


48,101 






Totals 


19,317 


83,727 


8,762 


27,136 


28,079 


110,863 



Summary of all Smooth Pavements. 



Kind. 


Length. 

Feet. 


Length. 

Miles. 


Area. 
Sq. Yds. 




114,274 

58,344 

37,936 

315 

28,079 


21.65 

11.05 

7.18 

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Bitulithic 

Wood Block 


209,904 
175,868 


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Brick Block 


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110,863 






Totals 


238,948 


45.26 


818,076 







Public Works Department. 



419 



CITY OF BOSTON 

SANITARY DISTRICTS 

1914 




FIGURES SHOW ESTIMATED 
MEAN 1914 POPULATION AND 
POP. PER ACRE: ALSO.TOTAL 
WEIGHT OF REFUSE AND COST 
PER CAPITA FOR THE YEAR. 

lOOOO FT. 



420 City Document No. 26. 



HIGHWAY DIVISION — SANITARY SERVICE. 



Financial Statement. 

Expenditures from February 1, 1914, to January 

31, 1915 $1,059,712 98 

Amount transferred by service transfer for work 
done and materials furnished: 
Lighting Service . $256 28 

Paving Service . 9,089 74 

Street Cleaning and 

Oiling Service . 35,455 25 



Less service transfers for work 
done and materials furnished 
by other services: 

Paving Service . $888 80 

Street Cleaning and 

Oiling Service . 1,652 15 



,801 27 



2,540 95 



42,260 32 



Cost of maintenance of Sanitary Service . $1,017,452 66 

Of this amount there was received and credited 
to the appropriation: 

For sale of tickets for the re- 
moval of ashes and waste . $54,649 63 

Repairs, Boston Development 

and Sanitary Company . . 389 17 

Department of Animal Industry, 50 00 

Work done and materials fur- 
nished different divisions and 
departments .... 4,214 87 

: 59,303 67 

Net cost of maintenance of Sanitary Service, $958,148 99 



Public Works Department. 421 



SPECIAL APPROPRIATIONS. 



Land and Buildings, Refuse Stations. 

* Ward Street Station. 

Cost of land $12,500 00 

Engineer's salary 1,251 94 

Labor 95 19 

* Amount paid Merrimac Construction Company, 

under contract 1,736 19 



$15,583 32 

Refuse Transfer Station. 

* Ward Street Station. 
* Amount paid Merrimac Construction Company, 

under contract $2,675 24 

Engineer's salary 419 44 

Engineering expense 1 95 

$3,096 63 

Total Cost of House Dirt, Waste and Rubbish and House Offal. 

Salaries of division engineer, supervisor and 

medical inspector $5,175 00 

Office supplies and expenses, printing, stationery, 

etc 3,321 26 

Ashes, waste and rubbish account . . 668,593 39 

House offal account 279,686 75 

Annuities $600 00 

Retired veterans' pensions . . 3,814 71 

Retired laborers' pensions . . 10,276 27 

14,690 88 



$971,467 28 
Construction, Repair and Horseshoeing 
Account. 
Expended for labor . . . $62,058 34 

Expended for stock . . . 26,187 36 

88,245 70 



Carried forward $1,059,712 98 

* Note. — The construction of this station has been charged to two appropriations. 
The original appropriation for Land and Buildings, Refuse Stations, was exhausted and a 
transfer made from Everett Street, Brighton, Property, to Refuse Transfer Station. 



422 



City Document No. 26. 



Brought forward 

(Service Transfers.) 
Street Cleaning and Oiling Service, $33,803 10 
Paving Service .... 8,200 94 

Lighting Service .... 256 28 



.,059,712 98 



42,260 32 
^,017,452 66 



Total Revenue Received for Board and Care of Horses, Rent, 
Shoeing, Repairing Vehicles, etc. 

Central Office $264 89 

Bridge Service, Bridge and Ferry Division . . 464 27 

Lighting Service, Highway Division . . . 256 28 

Paving Service, Highway Division . . . 9,089 74 
Street Cleaning and Oiling Service, Highway 

Division 35,455 25 

Sewer Service, Sewer and Water Division . . 2,583 26 

Water Service, Sewer and Water Division . . 735 20 

Health Department 167 25 



Gross revenue 

Paid in transfers 
Paid in to collector 



,016 14 



,801 27 
4,214 87 



,016 14 



Money deposited, bills presented and collections made 
bv the City Collector during the year ended January 
31, 1915: 

Bills Presented and Money Deposited. 

Saleof offal, Hyde Park $107 64 

Sale of manure 611 25 

Sale of old material 114 93 

Sale of dumping scows 317 30 

Sale of automobiles, wagons, etc 130 72 

Rent of land 25 00 

Rent of dumping scows 1,250 00 



Amount Collected. 

Sale of manure .... 

Sale of old material . 

Sale of offal, Hyde Park . 

Sale of dumping scows 

Sale of automobiles, wagons, etc. 

Rent of land .... 

Rent of dumping scows and cost of repairs 



;2,556 84 

$611 25 

*337 93 

t285 39 

317 30 

130 72 

25 00 

250 00 

;i,957 59 



* $223 deposited in 1910-11. 



t 8177.75 deposited in 1913-14. 



Public Works Department. 



423 



Items of Expenditure for the Year 1914-15. 



Salary, division engineer (in part) 

Salary, supervisor 

Salary, medical inspector (in part) 

Salary, chief veterinarian (in part) 

Salaries, yard clerks 

Salaries, foremen 

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 at 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 and pay allowed injured employees 

Horses, new 

Veterinary services and medicine 

Horse hire 

Outside board and care of horses 

Outside wheelwTighting, blacksmithing, horseshoeing, etc 

Labor and stock, wheelwright, blacksmith, harness shops, paint, etc 

Dumping boat supplies 

Repairs to stables and sheds 

Fuel 

Gas 

Electric light and power 

Printing, stationery, office supplies, etc 

Automoble expense: 



Cost 

Supplies 

Repairs 

Tires and tubes . . 

Gasolene 

Storages'. 

Chaiiffeurs' wages 



Totals. 



Super- 
visor. 



$178 53 
314 50 
378 56 
210 80 
180 00 

1,092 00 



$2,354 39 



General 
Foreman. 



Trucks. 



Peerless. 



Garford. 



South 
Boston 
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$473 89 



$51 87 




160 26 


$1,126 46 


125 41 


52 61 


52 25 


37 08 


84 10 


60 00 




455 00 



$124 48 

4,017 77 

555 82 

222 48 

360 00 

1,092 00 



1,392 55 



5,692 17 
110 10 
211 00 



273 00 



$4,286 27 



Roxbury 
Electric. 



Total. 



5,692 17 
206 91 
357 81 



273 00 



S7,384 34 

691 89 

6,187 80 

1,112 40 

522 61 

684 10 

3,185 00 



$4,529 89 



},768 14 



Advertising 

Rents 

Tolls and car fares . 

Telephones 

Annuities 

Retired veterans. . 
Retired laborers . . . 



Gross expenditures of Sanitary Service 

Amounts paid by other departments and divisions . 

Cost of maintenance of Sanitary Service 



$1,187 50 

2,875 00 

487 50 

625 00 

3,560 33 

9,883 33 

233,386 65 

30,930 15 

164,688 48 

59,707 37 

173,020 78 

9,438 33 

86,129 87 

45,080 47 

248 20 

42,436 16 

24,516 67 

20,831 62 

2,473 18 

13,327 75 

1,098 41 

110 00 

1,481 00 

5,424 52 

78,431 95 

30 88 

2,032 01 

1,358 50 

586 34 

4,564 60 

3,091 76 



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1,147 


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3,814 
10,276 


71 
27 


11,059,712 
42,260 


98 
32 


$1,017,452 66 



424 



City Document No. 26. 



Construction and Repair Shops, 1914-15. 

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: 





Stock and Laboe. 






Other Servdces 

and 
Departments. 


Sanitary. 


Total. 


Wheelwright 

Blacksmith 

Paint 

Harness 

Horseshoeing — South End, 
Horseshoeing — West End, 
Horseshoeing — Roxbury. . . 


$7,282 58 
10,644 54 
6,849 29 
4,261 79 
3,535 75 
1,592 00 
470 75 


$12,251 98 
9,941 26 
6,470 15 
9,000 95 
2,467 59 
1,679 08 
1,984 24 


$19,534 56 

20,585 80 

13,319 44 

13,262 74 

6,003 34 

3,271 08 

2,454 99 


Totals, stock and labor . . . 


$34,636 70 


$43,795 25 


$78,431 95 



Foreman . . . . . 

Clerk 

Express teamster .... 

Holidays, pay allowed 

Pay allowed injured employees and 

medical attendance 
Expended for electric power . 



Total cost, maintenance of shops . 
Income from outside services and depart- 
ments 

Net cost of maintenance of shops to Sanitary 
Service 



$1,433 63 


797 


68 


759 


25 


6,391 


91 


13 


75 


417 


53 



9,813 75 



,245 70 
34,636 70 

$53,609 00 



Detailed Account of Amounts Paid to the Sanitary Service 
During Year Ending January 31, 1915. 

For repair and construction work .... $29,038 20 

For horseshoeing 5,598 50 

For use of dumping boats 8,122 25 

For hay, straw, grain and board and care of 

horses 3,856 88 

For feeders, stablemen and watchman . . . 1,363 33 



Carried forward $47,979 16 



Public Woeks Department. 



425 



Brought forward 

For fuel, light, etc 

For board and care of sick horses in veterinary 

hospital 

For labor, cleaning streets 

For labor and supervision, removing snow . 
For furnishings of prison vans and printing 

For new horses 

For use of horse 



$47,979 16 

811 02 

352 00 

5 00 

1,923 16 

45 22 

650 00 

99 00 

$51,864 56 



Amounts Paid to Other Services for the Year Ending January 
31, 1915, by the Sanitary Service. 

To Street Cleaning and Oiling Serv- 
ice, removal of ashes 

To Street Cleaning and Oiling Serv- 
ice, board and care of horses 

To Street Cleaning and Oiling Serv- 
ice, clerical service 

To Paving Service, labor . 

To Paving Service, board and care 
of horses 

To Paving Service, horse 

To Paving Service, bricks, gravel, 
sand, edgestone and teaming 



Sl,383 15 




242 00 




27 00 




283 42 




438 66 




125 00 




41 72 






$2,540 95 





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426 



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$2,652 24 





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265 


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7 


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1915. 


City Force. 


Number. 


Inspectors 


3 


Teamsters 


13 


Helpers. . . . 


25 






Total 


41 







Amount of House Dirt and Ashes Removed. 



Years. 


Loads. 


Cubic 
Yards. 


Tons. 


1910 


284,343 
274,737 
282,190 
269,982 
273,405 


746,585 
707,916 
781,140 
715,928 
760,848 


335,997 


1911 


333,782 


1912 


368,327 


1913 


337,560 


1914 


358,740 







Public Works Department. 

Amount of House Offal Removed. 



429 



Yeaks. 



Loads. 



Cubic 
Yards. 



Tons. 



1910 
1911 
1912 
1913 
1914 



48,510 
47,372 
49,102 
54,873 
51,523 



97,651 
103,890 
108,832 
124,302 
112,847 



63,451 
70,126 
73,462 
t83,903 
76,172 



* Less 19,232. t Less 12,982, error in Dorchester district. 

Amount of Waste and Rubbish Removed. 





Loads. 


Cubic 
Yards. 




Years. 


Paper 
Carts. 


Market 
Wagons. 


Tons. 


1910 

1911 


5,655 
1,943 
1,308 
1,174 
1,691 


8,370 

4,847 
5,490 

7,812 
8,722 


112,801 
63,719 
66,598 
75,257 
82,978 


12,328 
8,250 


1912 


8,632 


1913 


9,747 


1914 


10,778 







Number of Loads of Material Collected from February 1, 1910, 
to January 28, 1915. 



Years. 


Ashes. 


Offal. 


Rubbish. 


Total 
Loads. 


Tons. 


1910 

1911 


284,343 
274,737 
282,190 
269,982 
273,405 


48,610 

47,372 
49,107 
54,873 
51,523 


14,025 
6,790 
6,798 
8,986 

10,413 


346,978 
328,899 
338,095 
338,841 
335,341 


411,776 
412,158 


1912 


450,421 


1913 

1914 


*43 1,220 
445,690 



* Less 12,982 tons, error in Dorchester district. 

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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Final Disposition of all Material, in Loads and Tons (2,000 pounds), 
Collected by the Sanitary Service from February 1, 1914, to 
January 28, 1915. 



Class of Refuse. 


Boston Development 
and Sanitary 
Company. 


Collected and 
Disposed of by 
Contractors. 




1 

3 


Hoiise dirt and ashes | 


236,840 
294,991 

46,197 
63,689 

10,113 
10,508 

31,724 
40,428 


36,565 
63,749 

5,326 
12,483 

300 
270 


273,405 


358,740 


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Waste and rubbish | 

Street sweepings | 


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76,172 


10,413 


10,778 


31,724 






40,428 








Loads 

Totals \ 

Tons 


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409,616 


42,191 
76,502 


367,065 


486,118 









Note. — First item, loads; second item, tons. 





Cost of Collection 


and Disposal of 


Refuse by Day Labor Force in the City of Boston for the Year 1914-15. 






Character of Refdse. 


Cost per Ton bt Districts. 


Cost bt Districts. 




Districts 
and Pop- 
ulation. 


Tons. 
(2,000 
lbs.) 


Total 
Tons. 


To Collect. 


For Disposal. 


Total 

Collection 

and Disposal. 


To CoUeot. 


Total Cost 
to CoUect. 


For 
Disposal. 


Total Cost 
of Disposal. 


Total Cost 
of Collection 

and 
■ Disposal. 


Total Cost 
per Capita, 
Collection 

and 
Disposal. 


Where Disposed op. 




Mixed refuse, principally ashes (no kitchen wastes) . . 

Garbage, principally kitchen wastes 

Store refuse, principally paper 

[Mixed refuse, principally ashes (no kitchen wastes . . 


21,488 

4,623 

284 


26,295 
16,547 
76,105 
106,503 
' 64,83i 


$2 1201 
3 8568 
3 0537 


$0 0351 


S2 1552 
3 8568 
3 0537 


$45,557 68 

17,444 62 

775 64 




$755 00 








To inland dumps. 

Boston Development and Sanitary Company. 

To inland dumps. 


1. (75,592) 


























$63,777 94 




$755 00 


$64,532 94 


to 8539 




14,201 
2,346 


Av. $2 4254 
$2 7398 
5 6372 


Av. $0 0351 


Av. J2 4650 
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5 6372 


$3^960 86 
13,214 86 






3. (41,411) 




















52,175 72 






52,175 72 


1 2699 






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59,787 

15,668 

650 


Av. $3 1531 
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3 6595 
3 5030 


to 0118 


Av. $3 1531 
$2 4478 
3 6595 
3 5030 


$144,926 77 
57,347 13 
2,277 00 


$707 50 






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To inland dumps. 




[Mixed refuse, principally ashes (no kitchen wastes) . . 

^Garbage, principally kitchen wastes 

[Store refuse, principally paper 

[Mixed refuse, principally ashes (no kitchen wastes) . . 




204,550 90 




707 50 


205,258 40 


1 3209 






80,574 
19,306 
6,623 


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$2 0555 
2 4937 
4 3500 


Av. to 0118 
SO 0123 
1271 


Av. $2 6995 
$2 1784 
2 6128 
4 3500 


$165,620 85 
48,143 57 
■ 28,710 56 


$998 50 
2,453 84 


39,994 tons to sea; 45.039 tons to Boston 


8 and 9. 










iDevelopment and Sanitary Company. 
Boston Development and Sanitary Company. 


(121,575) 


242,474 98 


3,452 34 


245,927 32 


2 0061 












54,704 
8,687 
1,440 


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il 7708 

2 9754 

3 8383 


Av. $0 0345 


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2 9094 

3 8383 


$97,309 15 
25,174 72 
8,527 15 


$27 85 


To sea. 


10. (87,970) .... 












Boston Development and Sanitary Company. 


[store refuse, principally paper 

Contract, Boston Development and Sanitary Com- 




131,011 02 




27 85 
134,000 00 


131,038 87 
*134,000 00 


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Av. $0 4786 


Av. $2 8693 




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$138,942 69 


$832,933 25 


$1 7486 















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* The amount paid to Boston Development and Sanitary Company is for disposal of all refuse collected by the city force and Dorchester contracts, District 6, on preceding page. 

Total as above $832,933 25 

Add total of contract table (page 433) 184,519 41 

Net amount of appropriation : $1,017,462 66 







































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435 



HIGHWAY DIVISION — STREET CLEANING 
AND OILING SERVICE. 



Items of Expenditure for the Year. 
Street Cleaning Branch. 



General administration 

Salary of division engineer (in part) , 

Salary of supervisor (in part) . 

Salary of general foreman (in part) . 

Salary of medical inspector (in part) , 

Salary of chief veterinarian (in part) 

Salary of inspector of uniforms (in 
part) 

Stationery . 

Postage 

Printing 

Telephone service 

Tolls and fares . 

Office furnishings 

Automobile repairs and mainte- 
nance, supervisor 
Supplies . . . $122 67 

Rent of car 105 00 

Garage rent . . 127 53 

Towing ... 5 25 

Gasolene, oil, etc. . 139 05 

Tubes, tires, cases, 

new ... 472 96 

Tubes, tires, cases, 

repairs of . . 20 32 

Engine and body re- 
pairs . . 823 17 
Registration . 15 00 
Wages of chauffeur, 

supervisor . . 630 00 

Wages of chauffeur, 

general foreman . 249 00 

Annuity, chapter 569, Acts of 1898 . 

Pensions, retired veterans 

Pensions, retired laborers 

Uniforms 

Carried forward .... 



$890 60 


1,721 


79 


571 


62 


356 


27 


781 


24 


173 


25 


182 


61 


31 


83 


956 


04 


496 


96 




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2,709 95 



$25,069 36 



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4,418 


24 


7,234 66 


4,227 


28 



$25,069 36 



436 



City Document No. 26. 



Brought forward .... 




. $25,069 36 


General expenses, other than general administra- 


tion 




. 106,394 90 


Wages of stablemen .... 


$27,771 


63 


Wages of yardmen .... 


■ 6,373 


58 


Wages of watchmen .... 


3,553 


50 


Wages of foremen's drivers 


1,101 


39 


Wages of yard clerks and messengers. 


2,688 


68 


Veterinary services and medicines . 


767 


10 


Hay and straw 


18,007 


11 


Grain 


15,865 


18 


Wagons and carriages, repairs . 


1,278 


70 


Harnesses, new and repairs 


2,171 


67 


Horseshoeing 


6,912 


44 


Horses, new 


4,958 


00 


Horses, cHpping of ... . 


69 


40 


Horses, outside care and board of 


3,853 


00 


Stables and yards, rent of 


3,518 


45 


Stables and yards, taxes on 


1,048 


71 


Stables and yards, blankets, cover- 






ings, brushes, oils, greases, pol- 






ishes, furnishings 


2,894 


84 


Stables and yards, buildings, re- 






pairs 


2,032 


06 


Electric light, stables and yards 


437 


99 


Gas light, stables and yards 


574 47 


Fuel, stables and yards . 


517 


00 


Operating expenses .... 




. 389,385 77 


District foremen, salaries of 


$14,344 73 


Subforemen, wages of, on paved 






streets, gutters* crossings, snow 






work, patrolling, etc. 


29,721 


50 


Laborers, wages of, on paved streets, 






gutters, crossings, snow work. 






patrolling, etc 


253,256 


07 


Hired teams on paved streets, gut- 






ters, crossings, snow work, pa- 






trolling, etc 


18,565 


51 


Holidays, pay allowed 


30,067 


81 


Pay allowed injured employees 


1,029 


25 


Dumps, labor on ... . 


3,378 


53 


Dumps, rent of 


11,806 


85 


Snow license (part cost) . 


500 


00 


Flushing machines, new and re- 






pairs 


2,148 


79 


Sweeping machines, repairs 


4,123 


77 


Water carts, repairs .... 


1,388 


66 


Carts, repairs 


6,667 


16 



Carried forward 



. $508,462 89 $520,850 03 



Public Works Department. 



437 



Brought forward .... 

Snow plows, road machines, etc., re- 
pairs 

Push brooms, team brooms, handles, 
etc 

Hoes, shovels, picks, etc. . 

Machine brooms and cores 

Push carts and barrels 

Refuse boxes 

Sand (used on slippery streets) 

Hose, for flushing machines 

Hose, for watering carts . 

Calcium chloride, for watering 
streets 

Total expenditures . 



$508,462 89 


$520,850 03 


939 05 




1,976 50 




1,548 23 




3,644 00 




2,884 56 




202 70 




415 16 




164 01 




139 73 




473 20 






$520,850 03 



Street Oiling and Watering Branch. 



General administration 

Salary of division engineer (in part) , 

Salary of supervisor (in part) . 

Salary of general foreman 

Salary of medical inspector (in part) , 

Salary of chief veterinarian (in part), 

Salary of inspector of uniforms (in 

part) 
Stationery . 
Printing 
Postage 
Advertising 
Telephone service 
Traveling expense 
Analyses of oils . 
Automobile repairs and mainte 
nance, supervisor 

Supplies . 

Rent of car 

Garage rent . 

Towing . 

Gasolene, oil, etc. 

Tubes, tires, cases, new . 

Tubes, tires, cases, re- 
pairs of . . . 

Engine and body re- 
pairs .... 

Registration . 



35 

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34 
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$296 86 
573 93 

1,482 63 
118 78 
260 41 

57 75 

60 86 

254 56 

10 61 

4 30 
46 14 

9 35 
82 00 

2,015 63 



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Carried forward . . $610 31 $5,273 81 



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438 



City Document No. 26. 



Brought forward . 


$610 31 


$5,273 81 $5,496 29 


Wages of chauffeur, 






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General Foreman. 


No. 14416. 


No. 18827 




Registration 




$30 00 




Supplies 


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Garage rent 


45 28 


135 00 






Towing 


10 00 








Tubes, tires, cases, new . . . 


59 93 


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Tubes, tires, cases, repair. . 


12 55 


9 90 






Engines and body repairs . . 


37 35 


353 89 






Gasolene, oil, etc 


56 96 


141 20 






Wages of chauffeur 




17 00 


$222 










Totals 


$227 82 


$967 50 




Uniforms 


48 


General expenses other than general adminis- 


tration 




$4,535 31 


Wages of stablemen, watchmen and 




yardmen 


$2,423 25 


Veterinary services and medicines 


17 


76 


Hay, straw and grain 


957 


96 


Wagons and carriages, repairs 


283 


41 


Harnesses, repairs 


11 


67 


Horseshoeing .... 


322 


56 


Yard and stables, blankets, covers 


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furnishings .... 


204 


39 


Yard and stables, buildings, repairs 


73 


10 


Light and fuel, yard and stables 


172 89 


Bicycles, repairs 


48 


82 


Horses, outside care and board of 


19 


50 


Operating expenses . 




. 168,701 99 


Inspectors, wages water distribution 


L, 9,018 


06 


Inspectors, wages, oil distribution 


2,577 


56 


Inspectors, wages, oil, plants and 




cars 


630 


00 


Inspectors, wages, calcium chloride 


113 


64 


Laborers, wages, water distribution 


494 


66 


Laborers, wages, oil distribution 


2,702 


13 


Laborers, wages, oil, plants and cars 


4,276 


11 


Laborers, wages, calcium chloride 


214 


99 


Hired teams, oil distribution . 


8,582 


15 


Hired teams, water distribution 


43,829 


11 


Hired teams, plants . 


942 


43 


Hired teams, calcium chloride 


460 76 


Pay allowed injured employees 


8 


25 


Holidays, pay allowed 


1,305 


39 


Fuel, used at plant 


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575 


75 



Carried forward . 



,762 59 $178,733 59 



Public Woeks Department. 



439 



Brought forward .... 

Oil plant, repairs and furnishings . 

■ Standpipes, repair and maintenance, 

Calcium chloride 

Road oil ... . 

Soap, emulsifying 

Oil and sand, labor mixing 

Sand, labor spreading 

Automobile, repairs and main- 
tenance 



Registration 

Supplies 

Garage rent 

Towinjr 

Tires, tubes, cases, new. . . . 
Tires, tubes, cases, repair of, 
Engine and body repairs. . . 

Gasolene, oil, etc 

Wages of chaiiffeurs and 
operators 



Totals. 



No. 3953. No. B3087. 



$10 00 

69 11 

177 32 



65 22 
15 70 
99 45 

82 77 

20 25 



$539 82 



$14 00 

37 40 

240 00 

5 00 

322 30 

75 

1,604 19 

280 98 

864 24 



$3,368 86 



Oil and water carts, repairs 

Tools 

Rent, Whittemore car siding, Mt 

Hope 

Freights and demurrage on oil and 

calcium chloride cars 

Total expenditures . 

Total, Street Cleaning Branch 
Total, Street Oiling and Watering 
Branch .... 

Grand total 



,762 59 

671 77 

3,097 31 

1,048 26 

78,786 28 

2,218 58 

17 00 

18 13 

3,908 68 



$178,733 59 



72 
16 07 

175 00 

2,127 20 

$520,850 03 
178,733 59 



$178,733 59 



,583 62 



Summary. 



Items. 


Street Cleaning Branch. 


Street Oiling and Watering 
Branch. 




1913-1914. 


1914-1915. 


1913-1914. 


1914-1915. 


Labor 

Teaming 

Supplies and re- 
pairs 


$382,842 51 
16,589 35 

125,514 03 


$390,313 34 
18,565 51 

111,971 18 


$32,727 46 
81,204 80 

114,579 50 


$26,434 28 
53,814 45 

98,484 86 


Totals 


$524,945 89 


$520,850 03 


$228,511 76 


$178,733 59 



440 



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Snow Work. 

Cost of Snow Work and Volume of Snow Removed. 





Snow Work 
on Cross- 
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Total Cost. 


Snow Removal. 


Districts. 


Total Cost. 
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Loads 

of Snow 

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Yard 
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2. East Boston 


$3,469 66 

764 97 

782 59 

986 70 

2,214 81 

1,772 22 

3,308 12 

1,055 35 

3,647 12 
9,095 09 


$3,712 23 

900 85 

766 47 

837 00 

1,083 91 

1,801 68 

19,678 23 

1,428 16 

20,044 42 
6,849 14 


2,439 
489 
529 
479 

1,171 

2,127 
13,307 

1,339 

13,837 
5,812 


6,341.4 
1,271.4 
1,375.4 
1,245.4 
3,044.6 
5,530.2 
34,598.2 
3,481.4 

35,976.2 
15,111.2 


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708 


3. Charlestown 

6. Dorchester 


557 
672 




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8. Uptown 

8. Downtown 

9. Back Bay 


325 
568 
410 


10. West End and North 
End 

IL Patrol System 


557 
453 


Totals 


$27,096 63 


$57,102 09 


41,529 


107,975.4 






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Summary. 



Items. 


Cost of 

Inspection, 

Labor and 

Teaming. 


Cost of 
all Other 
Charges. 


Total Cost. 


Amount 
OF Snow 
Removed. 


Cost 
per Load 
Removed. 


Cost 
per Cubic 

Yard 
Removed. 




Loads. 


Cubic 

Yards. 




$35,239 39 
24,927 65 


$21,862 70 
2,168 98 


$57,102 09 
27,096 63 


41,529 


107,975 


$1,375 


$0 529 


Snow crossings and gut- 














Totals 


$60,167 04 


$24,031 68 


$84,198 72 




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Miles and Areas of Streets Cared For, Year 1914=15. 





Location. 


Miles op Streets 
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Square Yards 
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District No. 


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Macadam. 


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DISTRIBUTION OF EXPENDITURES. 



Removing snow . . . $57,102 09 
Snow work on crossings and gut- 
ters 27,096 63 

Flushing streets 

Street patrolling by teams . $13,741 74 

Street patrolling by push carts . 100,272 26 

Cleaning of subway passage 1,090 55 

Collection of refuse boxes . 4,726 11 

Cleaning of paved streets . . $235,458 08 

Cleaning of macadam gutters . 53,714 33 

Cleaning of public alleys . 873 06 



Sanding of slippery streets . 

Purchase of new horses 

Work performed for Sanitary Service 

Work performed for Paving Service 



m,198 72 
16,756 57 



119,830 66 



293.045 47 

1^594 81 

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299 78 

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$515,426 23 



5,423 80 

Total expenditures. Street Cleaning Branch . . . $520,850 03 
Oiling of public streets and ways . $116,280 20 

Watering of public streets and ways . 62,453 39 

Total expenditures. Street Watering and Oiling 

Branch 

178,733 59 



Total expenditures, Street Cleaning and 
Oiling Service 



,583 62 



Public Works Department. 449 



APPENDIX D. 



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



February 1, 1915. 

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 1914. 

SEWER SERVICE. 

The following is a list of the important items of work 
completed during the year 1914, or in progress at the 
present time, or contemplated for the year 1915: 

Brighton. 

In Lake street, between Chandler's pond and Appleton 
road, a surface drainage system of about 2,000 feet of 
2-foot 6-inch concrete and pipe sizes. 

In Waverly street, about 3,300 feet of surface drains 
in sizes ranging from 3-foot circular concrete to pipe 
sizes. 

Surface drainage systems of pipe in Washington street, 
southeasterly from Shepard street; Lathrop street, 
between Market and Portsmouth streets; Portsmouth 
street, between Waverly and Lathrop streets. 

The Faneuil valley brook in Faneuil and Oakland 
streets, 785 linear feet of 7-foot concrete conduit. 

Contemplated. 

Idlewild street, between Commonwealth avenue and 
Brainerd road. 

Telford street outlet. 

Mt. Vernon street and outlet in Foster street and 
private land. 



450 City Document No. 26. 

Lincoln street, between Waverly and Market streets. 
Antwerp street. 

East Boston. 

A pipe sewer system in Boardman and Ashley streets, 
and pipe surface drainage system in St. Andrew road 
and Washburn street. 

Contemplated. 

Porter street outlet extension to Cottage street. 
Sewer system in Condor street extension between 
Glendon and Eagle streets and Venice street. 

Charlestown. 

Pipe sewer in Thompson street, between Main and 
Warren streets. 

Contemplated. 

Rutherford avenue, between Dunstable street and 
Tibbett's Town way. 
Beach street outlet extension. 

West Roxbury. 

In the Auburn street brook valley and in the Nepon- 
set avenue brook valley and in the following streets, viz. : 

Manthorne road and private land, between Centre 
street and Bussey brook. 

Clement avenue, between Meredith street and Ana- 
wan avenue. 

Kenneth street, between Beech and Meredith streets. 

Anawan avenue and Beech street, between West 
Roxbury parkway and New York, New Haven & Hart- 
ford Railroad 

Rosecliff and Kittredge streets, and outlet in Whit- 
ford street and Clarendon and Hillside avenues. 

Denton terrace. 

Washington street, between Auburn street and sum- 
mit north of Metropolitan avenue. 

Mt. Hope street, between Bradstreet and Hyde Park 
avenues. 

Folsom street, between Mt. Hope street and Neponset 
avenue. 

Jewett street, between Mt. Hope street and Neponset 
avenue. 



Public Works Department. 451 

Arborway, between Goldsmith brook conduit and 
St. Rose street. 

St. Rose street, between Arborway and summit in St. 
Rose street. 

Neponset avenue, between Stony brook and Folsom 
street; have been built surface drain systems ranging 
in size from 4-foot circular concrete through all the pipe 
sizes, and aggregating 18,194 linear feet. 

In Lesher street, between Washington and South 
streets, and in South street, between Archdale road 
and southwesterly summit, have been built pipe sewers 
aggregating 1,548 linear feet. 

In Pinehurst street, between Dudley and Belgrade 
avenues; Kittredge street, between Cornell street and 
Metropolitan avenue; Washington street and Hemman 
street, between Auburn and Kittredge streets; Rowe 
street and Board of Survey street, between Ashland 
street and Brown avenue; outlet for Rowe street, 
between Hyde Park avenue and Rowe street; Hemman 
street, between Kittredge street and summit; Spring 
street, between Webster and Gardner streets; Albano 
street, between Amherst and Washington streets, and 
outlet in private land to Roslindale brook conduit, have 
been built separate systems of pipe sewers and surface 
drains ranging in size from 3-foot circular concrete 
through all pipe sizes and aggregating 14,311 feet. 

Contemplated. 

Sewerage systems in: 

Jamaicaway, between Castleton street and summit 
near Moraine street. 

Montebello road, between Washington street and 
Walnut avenue. 

Parkton street. 

Pelton street and outlet. 

Crandall street, between Augustus avenue and Hill- 
side street. 

Augustus avenue, between Metropolitan avenue and 
Poplar street. 

Central and Centre streets, between Guernsey street 
and Montclair avenue. 

Guernsey street, between Central and South streets. 

Glendower road. 

Dale street. 

Centre street, between summit near Beech street and 
Mt. Vernon street. 



452 City Document No. 26. 

Nikisch street, between Beech street and West 
Roxbury parkway. 

Wiggin street, and outlet to Hautevale street. 

Surface water conduits for : 

Stony brook, from Forest Hills to Washington street 
crossing. 

Grove street brook. 

Roslindale brook, from Anawan avenue to Centre 
street. 

Temple street brook, together with sewer system in 
Hillcrest and Lorette streets. 

Dorchester. 

Mattapan brook conduit in Astoria street and private 
land, between Norfolk and Delhi streets, and in Delhi 
street, between Holborn and Crossman streets, 890 linear 
feet 5-foot 3-inch and 5-foot 6-inch concrete conduit, 
30 linear feet 15-inch pipe surface drain, 1,515 linear feet 
8-inch, 10-inch and 15-inch pipe sewer. 

Davenport brook conduit in private land between 
Burt and Washington streets, 864 linear feet, 2-foot 
9-inch, 3-foot and 4-foot 3-inch concrete surface drain, 
29 linear feet 10-inch and 15-inch pipe surface drain. 

Davenport brook conduit between point 800 feet east 
of Adams street and Magdala street, 2,540 linear feet 
7-foot by 7-foot 6-inch, 7-foot 4-inch by 7-foot 6-inch, 
7-foot 9-inch by 6-foot 2-inch and 11-foot by 5-foot 6-inch 
concrete conduit, 524 linear feet 12-inch and 15-inch 
pipe sewer. 

Blue Hill avenue, between Morton and Stratton streets, 
and Deering road, between Blue Hill avenue and Har- 
vard street, 4,089 linear feet 10-inch, 12-inch, 15-inch 
and 24-inch pipe surface drain, 299 linear feet 8-inch 
pipe sewer. 

Oakland street, between Richmond road and Wood 
avenue. 

Richmond road, between Randolph road and Oakland 
street and outlet in private land, 4,105 linear feet 
10-inch, 12-inch, 15-inch and 18-inch pipe sewer, 997 
linear feet 10-inch, 18-inch and 20-inch pipe surface 
drain. 

Separate systems of drainage have been built in Cas- 
tlegate road, Powellton road, Everton street. Intervale 
street, Normandy street, Puritan avenue and Ronald 
street, aggregating 4,938 linear feet. 



Public Works Department. 453 

The sewer in Springdale street, abutting Savin Hill 
beach playground has been rebuilt from the New York, 
New Haven & Hartford Railroad to a- point 250 feet 
easterly; and new sewers have been built in Freeport 
street, from Beach street southeasterly, in Dorchester 
avenue at Adams street, Mascoma street, Mt. Ida road, 
Navillus terrace and Westwood street. 

Contemplated. 

Sewer systems in: 

Freeman street and Faulkner street to Tenean brook. 

Sumner court, off Sumner street. 

Holden street. 

Dorchester avenue, between Freeport street and Free- 
port street brook. 

Hilltop street. 

Melville road, between Washington and Whitfield 
streets. 

Harwood street. 

Peacevale road and surface water conduits for: 
Davenport brook, between Codman and Washington 
streets. 

Mattapan brook, between Halborn and West Selden 
streets. 

Bowdoin street and private land, from Hancock street 
to Quincy street. 

Hyde Park. 

Pipe sewers were built in: 

Hamilton street, between Milton avenue and the 
trotting park; and in Huntington avenue, between 
Jefferson and Safford streets; and in Lockwood street, 
between Metropolitan and Huntington avenues, aggre- 
gating 3,285 feet. 

Separate system of 2-foot 6-inch circular concrete sur- 
face drain and 18-inch and 24-inch pipe sewers, aggre- 
gating 8.67 feet in West street, between River street and 
the Neponset river; and in Milton street, from Hyde 
Park avenue southwesterly, 1,889 linear feet of pipe 
sewers, together with an automatic sewage ejector pump- 
ing station. 

Contemplated. 

Sewer systems in: 

Hyde Park avenue, between Dana avenue and Folsom 
street. 



454 City Document No. 26. 

Cottage street, and outlet in Water street to Garfield 
avenue. 

Business street, outlet to Mother brook. 

Providence street, between Arlington and West streets ; 
and in Arlington street, between Hyde Park avenue and 
Providence street. 

ROXBURY. 

Separate systems of drainage have been built in St. 
Francis de Sales street, Dempster street, Greenleaf 
street, Haviland street. Museum road and Station street, 
aggregating 6,417 linear feet of pipe sewers; and surface 
drains have been built in private land, Fenner street, 
Cardington street and Cobden street, from Washington 
street to Walnut avenue, to relieve the floodings on 
Cobden street, aggregating 603 linear feet of concrete 
conduit from 5 feet 6 inches to 3 feet in diameter. 

The sewers in Atkinson and Winslow streets have 
been rebuilt. 

Contemplated. 

Sewer systems in: 

Batavia street. 

Alley 903 and Alley 904. 

Alley 910. 

Warren and Dudley streets. 

Walnut avenue and Townsend streets. 

Holworthy, Harold and Harrishof streets. 

East Lenox street. 

Kenney street. 

City Proper. 

South End Sewer Improvement. Sections 2, 3 and 
4 have been completed, aggregating 4,200 linear feet of 
concrete sewers. Section 5, which includes the pumping 
station on Union Park street, is nearly completed. 

Separate systems have been built in Berkeley street, 
from Boylston street to Columbus avenue; in River 
street, from Mt. Vernon square northerly, aggregating 
797 linear feet; and construction has been begun on the 
rebuilding of the old wooden sewer in Beach street, 
from Atlantic avenue to Harrison avenue. 

Contemplated. 
Sewer system in: 

Chestnut and Brimmer streets. 
Cortes and Isabella streets. 



Public Works Department. 455 

Buckingham street. 

Salutation street. 

Upton street. 
Rebuilding of wooden sewers in: 

Albany street, between Dover street and Massachu- 
setts avenue. 

Leverett street, between Charles and Brighton streets. 

Oswego street and Genesee street. 

Albany street, between Oswego and Genesee streets. 

North street, between Merchants row and Blackstone 
street. 

Clinton street. 

Canal street, between Traverse and Causeway streets. 

Chatham street, between Commercial street and 
Merchants row. 

Cross street and Chair alley. 

At Dwight street, a tide-gate chamber to be built. 

South Boston. 

A new pipe sewer has been built in Dorchester ave- 
nue, between Andrew square and Hyde street, to relieve 
the floodings here. 

Old Colony avenue has been built from Hyde street 
to Mt. Vernon street and a half-tide dam constructed at 
the sluiceway at Southampton street to maintain tide- 
water at all times over the flats between Southampton 
street and Massachusetts avenue. • 

Contemplated. 
Sewer systems in: 
The Strandway. 
Northern avenue. 
Southampton street. 
Private land at East First street. 

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. 



456 City Document No. 26. 

Two vertical beam and fly-wheel compound engines 
of the Leavitt type, cylinders 25| inches, 52 inches, in 
diameter; two single-acting plungers, each 48 inches 
in diameter and 108-inch stroke; capacity of each 
engine 35,000,000 gallons in 24 hours, with 40-foot lift. 

Two steam turbine-driven centrifugal pumps, De- 
Laval type, capacity 56,000,000 gallons each in 24 
hours, with 40-foot lift. 

The sewage is forced by the pumps through six lines 
of 48-inch pipes up and discharged into the deposit 
sewers, so called. 

These are twin sewers, each 8 feet wide by 16 feet 
high, built in a raised embankment, and their function 
is to cause all heavy materials to settle out of the sewage 
before the latter enters the tunnel. These sewers were 
built of this large cross-section in order to diminish the 
velocity of the flow of the sewage, so as to permit settle- 
ment to take place. This line of twin sewers is about 
1,200 feet long and the invert is built at elevation 13. 
The sewage is pumped to an elevation sufficiently high 
so as to flow through the tunnel and outfall sewer to the 
reservoirs at Moon Island and fill them. 

The sediment which collects in the deposit sewers is 
shifted along by rafts carrying diaphragms, and actuated 
by the current to within 50 feet of the west shaft of the 
tunnel, where it is taken by a chain drag and conveyed 
to a pipe which conveys it to a sludge tank, from which 
it is dumped into scows and taken to sea. The surplus 
water from the sludge tank is drained by a line of pipe 
back to the pump well in the station. 

The Tunnel. 

At the end of the deposit sewers the sewage enters the 
west shaft and descends vertically 160 feet to the tunnel 
proper. The tunnel is 6,089 feet long, crossing under 
Dorchester bay from Calf pasture to Squantum, and 
the tunnel rises by an incline at the rate of 6 to 1 until it 
attains the same elevation as that of the deposit sewers. 
Tunnel, shaft and incline are circular, 7 feet 6 inches in 
diameter, being much smaller than the deposit sewers at 
the up-stream end or the outfall sewer at the down- 
stream end, this small size being intentional in order to 
secure a high velocity to prevent deposit. The incline 
is 913 feet long. 



Public Works Department. 457 



Moon Island. 

From the end of the incHne the sewage flows in the 
11-foot by 12-foot outfall sewer built in an artificial 
embankment between Squantum and Moon Island to 
the reservoirs at the latter place. These are four in 
number and are arranged in the form of a trapezoid, the 
side adjoining the outfall sewer, and the side opposite, 
but not parallel to it, being each 622.20 feet long, the 
other two sides, which are parallel, being respectively 
575.96 and 949.62 feet long. The area so inclosed is cut 
into four compartments of nearly equal capacity by 
three division walls running parallel to the two parallel 
sides of the exterior figure described above. The sewage 
arriving in the outfall sewers enters the reservoirs 
through sluice-gates, which open into a 6-foot gallery 
and thence into the reservoirs. The function of the 
6-foot gallery is simply to give access to the gates for 
repairs. The outfall sewer ends at the easterly side of 
the reservoirs and is underlaid by the discharge sewers, 
so called; parallel conduits, one 12 feet 6 inches by 8 feet 
6 inches, the other 8 feet by 8 feet 6 inches, which begin 
near the westerly side of the reservoirs. The reservoirs 
connect with these sewers through sluice-gates set in 
the lower section of the 6-foot gallery. The discharge 
sewers connect with two outlet sewers, each 12 feet by 
10 feet 10 inches, by which it is discharged into tide- 
water. A flushing sewer, 4 feet by 6 feet 6 inches, leads 
off the main outlet sewer at the westerly side of the 
reservoirs, and running along this side and the back of 
the reservoirs supplies four flushing gates, one to each 
compartment of the reservoir, on ends opposite to the 
inlet and outlet gates previously described. This 
arrangement allows the reservoirs to be flushed from the 
upper or back sides toward the outlet, whereas, previous 
to the enlargement of the reservoirs and the building of 
the flushing sewer, they were flushed from one corner up 
and across the bottom and down the opposite side, a 
less effective method. These flushing gates are raised 
and lowered bj^ compressed air rams, which are governed 
electrically from the head house. The power by which 
air is compressed is furnished by a turbine located 
between the outfall and outlet sewers and utilizing the 
difference in head between the levels of the sewage in 
each. This turbine formerly turned a shaft 600 feet 



458 City Document No. 26. 

long in the head house, which raised and lowered the 
sluice gates on the outfall and discharge sewers; these 
gates being worn out are being replaced by gates similar 
to those on the flushing sewer, and actuated in the same 
way by compressed air rams. 

The reservoirs previous to 1898 had a storage capacity 
of 25,000,000 gallons per tide, and as there are two tides 
a day, 50,000,000 gallons per day. At that time they 
were enlarged to double the capacity by doubling their 
length, so that now they have a capacity of 100,000,000 
gallons per day. 

The sewage is stored and discharged normally one 
hour after high tide, so that it goes out of the harbor on 
the strongest part of the ebb. Discharge and flushing 
of the reservoir bottoms occupies about three hours, 
whereupon storing begins again. Storing on each tide 
occurs during the last two hours of the ebb, all the flood 
and the first hour of the subsequent ebb tide. 

Summer Street Station. 

This substation has been operated in connection 
with the main plant, requiring only periodical inspection. 

There being no practical means of measuring amount 
of sewage pumped, accurate quantities cannot be given, 
but observations taken from time to time show one unit 
to be in operation about 5 minutes in 15. 

There have been no complaints from district sewered, 
and there is no doubt the station is doing its work. 
There is considerable leakage of salt water into the 
system at high water. Serious trouble has been 
occasioned by pieces of wood, bagging, etc., getting into 
the pumps, in two instances stalling the pump and 
causing motors to be burnt out. 

A device, called a protecting relay, which is supposed 
to be the latest safety appliance for use with the alter- 
nating current, is being installed, with a view of prevent- 
ing recurrence of such accidents. 

The cost of current used for the year, which includes 
motor, ventilation and lights, was $609.48, which is 
practically the operating cost of the station. 

Main Drainage. 

The work of the main drainage district consists of 
the repairing and cleaning of all tide gates, sumps, over- 
flows and regulators connected with the Metropolitan 



Public Works Department. 459 

sewer in Brighton, East Boston, Charlestown and 
Dorchester; the repairing and cleaning of all gates, 
sumps, regulators and overflows connected with the 
main sewer, east side, west side. South Boston, Stony 
brook, Dorchester brook and Roxbury intercepters. 

These gates, sumps, regulators and overflows must be 
inspected and cleaned after each storm or heavy rise 
of sewage. 

The care of the Stony brook district consists of the 
care and cleaning of the old channel from the premises 
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 the two gatehouses located in the 
Back Bay Fens, and the maintenance in proper condition 
of gates, machinery and electric switch boards. 



460 City Document No. 26. 



WATER SERVICE. 



The work of the past year was uneventful, yet varied 
and exacting as it must ever be; the problem of furnish- 
ing an unfailing supply of water for the various require- 
ments of a large city demands unceasing vigilance on 
the part of trained men who must at all times be pre- 
pared to meet emergencies which are sure to rise; con- 
scientious and intelligent work is necessary if incon- 
venience and serious loss is to be avoided. 

The efficiency of the service has been promoted by 
the increased use of automobiles, the type of convey- 
ance best suited for this service where so much may 
depend upon quick action. 

During the year 108,705 linear feet of main pipe was 
laid, relaid and relocated, and 39,247 linear feet was 
abandoned. The pipe laid consisted of about 4,000 
linear feet of high service mains in the business district 
to satisfy demands for inside fire protection, the remain- 
der, approximately eleven miles, being laid to supply 
new buildings, to abolish dead ends, in anticipation of 
street construction and for general improvement of fire 
protection. The extension of the high service to the 
Commonwealth Pier and the South Boston flats was 
begun, the entire work being now under contract. 

The work of providing an additional second feed for 
the high service supply of the city was begun by laying 
a 30-inch main in Columbus avenue from New Heath 
street to Worcester street, a distance of 7,750 feet; from 
New Heath street to Station street ; and from Northamp- 
ton street to Worcester street. The location of the 
existing 20-inch high service main was followed, the old 
pipe being removed. 

About five miles of distribution mains were relaid 
during the year, largely to afford improved fire protec- 
tion; 507 hydrants were established and 233 were 
abandoned (see Tables VII. and VIII., page 543); 1,477 



Public Works Department. 461 

service pipes, aggregating 34,838 feet in length, were 
established and 364 were abandoned (see Table X., 
page 545). 

The daily average consumption for the year was 
81,877,800 gallons. The daily average per capita con- 
sumption was 109 gallons. 

Respectfully submitted, 

F. A. McInnes, 

Division Engineer. 



462 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 corporations 
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, 1914 516 

Total number of employees on pay roll January 

31, 1915 382 

Total amount of weekly pay roll January 31, 

1914 $10,205 00 

Total amount of weekly pay roll January 31, 

1915 S7,373 09 

Total amount of monthly pay roll January 31, 

1914 $666 33 

Total amount of monthly pay roll January 31, 

1915 $395 83 

Total amount of monthly pension roll January 31, 

1914: 

Veterans $513 42 

Laborers $367 92 



Public Works Department. 463 

Total amount of monthly pension roll January 31, 
1915: 

Veterans $697 38 

Laborers $649 88 

Average weekly pay roll, including monthly roll 

and exclusive of pension roll, for fiscal year, $8,110 44 
Charged as follows : 

Maintenance .... *$4,093 63 
Sewerage works .... 2,280 53 

Separate systems of drainage . 1,736 28 

Average number of men employed . 412 

Number of men on pension roll January 31, 1914: 

Veterans 12 

Laborers 12 

Number of men on pension roll January 31, 1915: 

Veterans 16 

Laborers 22 

Average number of horses maintained by the 

service during the year 36 

Rate of wages per day to common laborers . . $2 50 

* Includes amount charged to the Sanitary and Street Cleaning Services $3,159 23 

Paving Service 1,822 07 

High Pressure Fire Service 413 32 

Bridge Service 158 45 

Water Service 1,047 28 

Street Lighting Service 20 00 

$6,620 35 



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465 



MAINTENANCE EXPENDITURES, FEBRUARY 1, 1914, TO 
JANUARY 31, 1915. 



Pumping station, inside 
Piunping station, outside 
Pumping station, engines 
Piunping station^ boilers 

Moon Island .... 

Main and intercepting sewers 
Office salaries 



Maintenance 



Sewek Service. 
Improved Sewerage 



$62,583 96 
15,931 63 
23,464 14 
17,152 53 



Stony Brook. 



Miscellaneous Maintenance Charges. 
Cleaning catch-basins . 
Yards and lockers 
Employed at yards 
Horses, carts, harnesses, etc 
Teaming 



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 Pai"k 
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 Roxburj' 
Repairing sewers, Dorchester 
Repairing sewers, Hyde Park 
Repairing sewers, Roxbury 
Repairing sewers, city proper 



$14,660 12 
11,987 16 

$26,647 28 
19,021 07 



$1,850 50 

909 95 
1,268 89 
1,050 48 

410 96 
1,977 17 
2,491 94 
4,182 35 

126 29 
4,379 11 
2,569 08 

358 02 

767 74 
93 79 

441 35 
2,213 68 
1,456 31 

144 35 
1,628 77 
2,550 73 



$119,132 26 

17,531 17 

24,930 60 

525 00 

$162,119 03 
2,549 38 



46,091 28 

2,749 29 

18,036 18 



7,626 21 

4,256 62 

30,353 31 

12,613 20 

3,373 17 



30,871 46 



Carried forward $320,639 13 



466 



City Document No. 26. 



$320,639 13 

7,935 46 

5,981 86 

2,514 31 

2,556 24 

72 91 

13,417 73 

1,472 07 

715 99 

9,353 26 

632 79 

480 98 

33,506 72 



Brought forward 
Pension roll (veterans) 
Pension roll (laborers) 
Fuel and oil 
Hardware, tools, etc. 
Engines and boilers 
Sundries and miscellaneous charges . 
Damages, claims and medical attendance 
Telephones 
House connections 
Rubber goods . 
Gatehouse, Fenway 
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Credit. 

Amount earned by service engines 
Stock transfered and used on construction 
Rubber goods transferred and used on con- 
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Fuel and oil transferred and used on , con- 
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Hardware, tools, etc., transferred and used on 
construction 



1914. 

Charges to Various Parties for Property Sold and for Work Done and 
Material Furnished. 





$399,279 45 


$219 00 
33,838 86 




223 88 




1,728 93 




596 71 


36,607 38 






$362,672 07 



Transit Commission .... 
Sanitary Service ..... 

Water Service 

Paving Service 

Street Cleaning and Oiling . 
Boston Elevated Railroad . 

Bridge Service 

Street Lighting Service 
High Pressure Fire Service . 
James Doherty 

C. J. Donovan 

Metropolitan Sewer and Water Board 

James L. Pierce 

Market Department .... 

Central Office 

Roxbury Iron and Metal Company . 

Consumptives' Hospital 

Compton Building .... 

Edison Electric Illuminating Company 

New York, New Haven & Hartford Railroad 

Eastern Cold Storage Company 

Boston Wharf Company 

Tyson Weare and Marshall 

John J. Lane .... 

John J. Hennessey 

W. J. Barry . 

F. J. Cowan .... 

Bay State Street Railway Company 

Sale of autos and wagons by auction 



$4,075 55 

1,062 63 

573 29 

2,079 03 

1,589 04 

518 23 

321 91 

18 35 

22 70 

36 20 

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6,423 73 

11 67 

16 26 

93 

157 50 

10 43 

7 31 

21 27 
121 49 

6 08 
89 36 
38 99 
53 74 

4 12 

11 50 

22 00 

12 15 
136 50 

$17,447 96 



Public Woeks Department. 



467 



Amounts Collected by City Collector and Credited to Appropriation for Sewer 
Service Maintenance February 1, 1914, to January 31, 1915. 



Boston Transit Commission 

Boston Elevated Railway Company . 

Edison Electric Illvuninating Company 

Public Works Department, Paving Service 

Public Works Department, Sanitary Service 

Public Works Department, Water Service 

Public Works Department, Street Cleaning Service 

Street Lighting Service 

Bridge Service 

High Pressure Fire Service 

New England Telephone & Telegraph Company 

Eastern Cold Storage Company 

Boston Wharf Company 

Tyson Weare and Marshall 

Compton Building 

James L. Pierce 

John J. Lane . 

E. L. Rhodes, Trustees 

Ford Motor Company . 

New York, New Haven & Hartford Railroad 



$4,664 88 

640 71 

21 27 

2,293 88 

1,078 90 

655 72 

1,543 71 

30 56 

391 11 

14 65 
397 88 

6 08 
89 36 
38 99 

7 31 
11 67 
53 74 
65 60 

15 80 
208 05 

$12,229 87 



Appropriation for 1914-15 
Collections for 1914-15 



$360,000 00 
12,229 87 

$372,229 87 



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473 



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Outside 
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Totals. 



Labor 

Contracts 

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Waste 

Fuel 



Oil. 



Packing 

Valves 

Car fares and traveling expenses . . 

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Pipe fittings and miscellaneous . . . 

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4,569 62 

534 40 

350 87 

37,108 91 

1,308 81 

1,125 22 

2,071 56 

727 26 

3,096 18 

1,086 00 

10,463 46 



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38,043 34 

10,490 37 

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1,056 85 

1,457 46 



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1,442 06 

715 99 

3,436 62 

68,931 20 



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42,612 96 

11,024 77 

355 37 

38,165 76 

2,766 27 

1,125 22 

2,071 56 

1,678 79 

12,163 28 

1,086 00 

10,463 46 

1,442 06 

715 99 

4,167 80 

68,931 20 



$162,389 85 



$256,181 49 



$418,571 34 





Credits. 






Improved Sewerage. 




Labor. . . . 




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Stables . . . 




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270 82 



Outside Improved Sewerage. 

Miscellaneous $7,722 59 

Labor 14,067 00 

Stock 33,838 86 



55,628 45 



55,899 27 



$162,119 03 



$204,553 04 



$362,672 07 



Waste. 
3,880 pounds at 9 and 9ic $350 87 

Coal. 
9,477.55 tons, soft coal $36,598 66 



tons hard coal . 



$37,108 91 



TowrNG. 
Boston Tow Boat Company... $1.086 00 



Packing. 
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Overhauling 



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113 71 



$1.125 22 

Oil. 

1,990 gallons engine at 22c. 10% disc. 

855 gallons cylinder at. . . .35c. 20% disc. 

25 gallons cylinder at ... . 45c. 
453 J gallons gargoyle at.. .35c. 10% disc. 

152j gallons lard at 90c. 

103 gallons sperm at 68c. and 85c. 

3,325 pounds grease at 8 J to 10c. 

760 gallons kerosene at. . . .7i to 11 jc. 
409 gallons gasolene at. . . . ISj to 14jc. 

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Date. 


Contractor. 


Tons. 


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1914-15. 












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Totals. 


1913. 










Dec. 23 


Logan Coal Company (barge "Bos- 


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$5,414 04 


Oct. 4 


New England Coal and Coke Com- 
pany (lighter "Sycamore") 


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2,295 16 


Oct. 5 


New England Coal and Coke Com- 
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2,710 74 


Oct. 7.... 


New England Coal and Coke Com- 


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2,180 48 


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May 24 


Maryland Coal and Coke Company 
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May 16 


Maryland Coal and Coke Company 
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Maryland Coal and Coke Company . . 


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John Slatter}^, contract 1905, Geneva avenue 
John E. Burns, contract 1905, Chadwdck street 
J. W. O'Brien, contract 1905, Rockville street 
J. J. Coughlin, contract 1905, Winslow street 
J. J. Coughlin, contract 1905, Holworthj^ street 
Peter Gilligan, contract 1905, IMaple street . 
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