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Full text of "Annual report of the Public Works Department, for the year .."

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COMPLIMENTS OF . . . 

Edward F. Murphy, 

Commissioner of Public ^orks 
PLEASE EXCHANGE 



ANNUAL REPORT 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT 



FOR THE 



YEAR 1915 




CITY OF BOSTON 

PRINTING DEPARTi\\ENT 

1916 



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CONTENTS. 



Part I 

EEPORT OF THE C0M3IISSI0NEE OF 
PUBLIC WORKS. 



Appropriations 2 

Appropriations, special 3 

Contracts : 

Artificial stone sidewalks . 20 

Ashes 47 

Asphalt pavement 25 

Bitulithic pavement 34 

Brick block pavement .... 40 

Bridge work 16 

Cleaning catch-basins. ... 51 

Edgestones, gutters, etc . . 22 

Electric hghting 18 

Ferry work 17 

Gas, furnishing same 18 

Gas hghting 18 

Granite block pavement . . 44 

Hassam block pavement. . 42 

Hired teams 15 

In force, made in pre- 
vious years, Sanitarj' 

Service 48 

Macadam, bituminous... . 44 
Miscellaneous, Paving 

Service 40 

Miscellaneous, Sanitary 

Service 48 

Miscellaneous, Sewer Ser- 
vice 62 



Miscellaneous, Water 

Service 68 

Offal 47 

Paving and regulating .... 44 

Sewerage works 52 

Sewers, cleaning same. ... 51 

Snow and ice 50 

Water pipes, laying. ..... 64 

Water pipes, rela5Tng .... 66 

Watering carts 49 

Wood block pavement.. . . 41 

Employees 90 

Expenditures 11 

Financial statement 11 

General review 5 

Maintenance, comparative 

table 12 

Organization 1 

Pavements, area of 70 

Pavements, changes in 73 

Pavements, length of 72 

Pavements, miles of 71 

Personal property 74 

Property 77 

Rainfall 69 

Revenue 13 

Sno^\'faU 69 

Street mileage 71 



Part II. — Appendix A. 



Administration expenses. Central Office . 



97 



IV 



Contents. 



Appendix B. 



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



(Bridge Service.) 
(Page 98.) 



PAGE 

Appropriations, special 104 

Appropriations, special sum- 
mary of 108 

Bridges, work done on: 

Albany Street Bridge 110 

AUston Bridge 110 

Broadway Bridge Ill 

Central Avenue Bridge. . . 112 

Dartmouth Street Bridge, 112 

Dover Street Bridge 112 

Gove Street Footbridge ... 113 

Granite Avenue Bridge .. . 112 

Northern Avenue Bridge. . 114 

Spring Street Bridge 114 

Summer Street Bridge. ... 115 

Winthrop Bridge 115 

City base, elevations and 

datum 128 

Drawtenders' report 127 

Elevations, city base 128 

Expenditures 102 

Expenditures, special appro- 
priations 104 

Expenditures, special appro- 
priations, summary of . . . 108 

Financial statement 102 

General review 98 

Income 109 

List of bridges: 

In charge of Bridge and 
Ferry Division, Bridge 

Service 117 



PAGE 

In charge of Bridge and 
Ferry Division and Park 
and Recreation Depart- 
ment 119 

In charge of Park and Rec- 
reation Department .... 119 

Maintained by Metropoli- 
tan Park Commission. . 121 

Maintained by railroad 

corporations 122 

Of which Boston main- 
tains the part within its 
limits 119 

Of which Boston main- 
tains the wearing sur- 
face 120 

Of which Boston pays a 
part of the cost of main- 
taining 120 

Recapitulation of bridges, 123 

Organization 98 

Recommendations 100 

Small bridges or culverts 124 

Tides, highest and lowest 

recorded 129 

Width of bridge openings. . . 125 
Work done 98 



Contents. 



(Ferry Service.) 
(Page 131.) 



Appropriations 132 

Appropriations, amounts paid 

from 137 

Appropriations, special 137 

Balance sheet 133 

Comparative balance sheet 

(5 years) 136 

Comparison of appropria- 
tions, receipts and ex- 
penditures (5 years) 134 

Difference in travel between 
ferries 139 



PAGE 

Expenditures 132 

Expenditures (5 years) 134 

Expenditures and receipts 

since 1858 137 

Ferryboats 131 

Financial statement 131 

Receipts at each ferry 138 

Recommendations 101 

Ticket statement 139 

Total travel on both ferries 

(5 years) 140 

Work done 131 



Appendix C. 



REPORT OF THE DIVISION ENGINEER OF THE 

HIGHWAY DIVISION. 

General Review. 

(Page 141.) 

(Lighting Service.) 

(Page 146.) 



Arc lamps, total cost per 

lamp per annum 152 

Defects 148 

Electric lights, number and 

kind of 153 

Electric lights, cost of 153 

Expenditures 146 

Financial statement 146 

Gas lamps, number and 

kmdof 150 

Gas lamps, total cost per 

lamp per annum 152 

Incandescent lamps, total 

cost per lamp per annum.. 154 



Lamps, number of, installed 

during year 148 

Lamps, discontinued 148 

Lamps, repaired and altered, 149 

Number and style of lamps 

January 1, 1916 150 

Outages on street lamps .... 150 

Rebate? 150 

Repairs 151 

Revenue 147 

Work done 147 



VI 



Contents. 



(Paving Service.) 
(Page 155.) 



Asphalting: 

Trinidad Lake, summary 

of 463 

Sicilian rock, summary of, 463 
Seyssel rock, summary of, 463 
Bermudez, summary of . . . 463 

'Acme, summary of 463 

American rock, summary 

of 463 

Limmer rock, summary of, 463 
Asphalt, cost of patching, 
10 years: 

Trinidad Lake... 382 

Sicilian rock 391 

Sej^ssel rock 395 

Summary of 396 

Assessment streets, work 

done on 158 

Bitulithic pavement: 

Cost of patching, 10 years, 397 

Summary of 398 

Streets paved with, sum- 
mary of 463 

Brick block pavement: 
Streets paved with, sum- 
mary of 464 

Cement pavement: 
Streets paved with, sum- 
mary of 464 

Dirt and street cleanings 

removed 375 

Electric light poles 380 

Expenditures, detail of: 
Avery, Mason and Wash- 
ington streets 199 

East First street extension, 199 

Granolithic sidewalks 199 

Harvard avenue 199 

Highways, making of 199 

Expenditures, objects of. .. . 201 

Financial statement 199 

General law, streets 187 

General review 141 



PAGE 

Income 199 

Macadam streets, main- 
tenance of 373 

New brick sidewalks, by 

districts 374 

New edgestones, by districts, 374 

Notices 380 

Permits 378 

Permits, revenue from 379 

Plans 381 

Revenue 199 

Roadway defects 379 

Sidewalk defects 379 

Snow and ice removed by 

contract 376 

Snow and ice removed by 

districts by day labor 376- 

Snow, summary of volume 

and cost of 377 

Street numbering 380 

Street openings 378 

Streets : 

Paved with asphalt on con- 
crete base 156 

Paved with bitulithic on 

concrete base 157 

Paved with brick block on 

concrete base 158 

Paved with Hassam block 

on concrete base 155 

Paved with granite blocks 

on concrete base 155 

Paved with Roman road. . 158 
Paved with wood block on 

concrete base 157 

With smooth pavement, 

expiration of guaranty . . 
With smooth pavement, 

summary of 464 

Paved with wood blocks, 

summary of 463 

Work done 141 



Contents. 



Vll 



Work done : 

By contract, summary of, 

By day labor, summary of, 

By department force, de- 
tail of (between pages 
358, 359). 

Charged to Avery, Mason 
and Washington streets. 

Charged to granolithic 
sidewalks 

Charged to granoUthic side - 
walks, recapitulation of. 

Charged to highways, 
making of 



195 
198 



218 



220 



363 



249 



Charged to highways, 
making of, recapitula- 
tion of ■ 365 

Charged to regular and 
street improvements ap- 
propriations 206 

Charged to regular and 
street improvement ap- 
propriations, recapitu- 
lation of 359 

Charged to special appro- 
priations, recapitulation 
of 362 



(Sanitary Service.) 
(Page 466.) 



PAGE 

Appropriations, special 467 

Ashes, collected by contract, 

niunber of loans 476 

Carts, capacity of 475 

Carts, number of 480 

Districts 465 

Expenditures, items of 470 

Financial statement 466 

Force employed on house 

dirt and ashes 474 

Force employed on house 

offal 474 

Force employed on waste and 

rubbish 474 

Horseshoeing 472 

Maintenance . . ■. 466 

Materials : 

Amount expended on offal, 
ashes and rubbish by 
districts 473 

Ashes and house dirt re- 
moved (5 years) 474 

Collected by districts 477 

Cost of collecting and dis- 
posing of refuse by con- 
tract 479 



Cost of collecting and 
disposing of refuse by 
day labor (between pages 

478,479). 

Final disposition of all 

material 478 

Garbage removed (5 years) , 475 
Number of loads of 
material collected, from 
February 1, 1911, to 

January 27, 1916 475 

Offal collected by contract, 

number of loads 476 

Waste and rubbish re- 
moved (5 years) 475 

Weight of material 477 

Refuse collected, detail of 
(between pages 478, 479). 

Revenue 468 

Sanitary districts 465 

Shops 471 

Work done: 

Charged to Ward street 

transfer station 467 



VIU 



Contents. 



(Street Cleaning and Oiling Service.) 
(Page 481.) 

Streets : 



Cost of labor and teaming by 

months 494 

Expenditures, distribution of, 495 

Expenditures, items of 481 

Financial statement 481 

Flushing streets 488 

Horses, cost of maintaining, 489 

Horses, distribution of 489 

Push cart patrol by districts, 490 

Snow work 487 



Area watered and cost per 

square yard 493 

Cleaned, miles of 491 

Cleaned, total cost of 
(between pages 490, 491). 
Swept by machines (be- 
tween pages 490, 491). 
Treated with oil, cost of . . . 492 
Watered, cost by months, 494 
Watered, total cost of 494 



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

(Sewer Service.) 



(Page 496.) 



525 



536 

511 

538 

510 
541 



Catch-basins built, charged 
to sewerage works 

Catch-basins built, charged 
to separate systems of 
drainage 

Catch-basins, cleaned by 
contract 

Catch-basins, new, paid for. 

Coal contracts. Pumping Sta- 
tion (Supply Department), 

Entrance fees, permits and 
assessments 

Executions of court on ac- 
count of land takings. .. . 520-535 

Expenditures : 

Maintenance 501 

Maintenance, detail of . . . 504 
Maintenance, detail of, re- 
capitulation of 509 

Separate systems of drain- 
age 

Separate systems of drain- 
age, detail of 

Sewerage works, detail of, 

Financial statement 

Horses, cost of maintaining, 

Land takings, executions of 

court 520-535 



531 

532 
512 
500 
541 



Machinery hired, rates paid 
for 

Manholes built, charged to 
sewerage works 

Miles of sewers, February 
1, 1916 

Pumping, average cost per 
million foot gallons 

Pumping Station, Calf Pas- 
ture, work done 

Pumps, Calf Pasture, aver- 
age lift and duty 

Refuse from filth hoist 

Regulators, gates, etc., cared 
for 

Schedule of sewers built to 
date 

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

Sewers, built by contract, 
force account (between 
pages 512-513). 

Sewers built by day labor, 
force account (between 
pages 512-513). 

Sewers built, charged to 
sewerage works 



PAGE 

541 

524 

530 

543 

496 

542 
544 

546 

530 

532 



513 



Contents. 



IX 



Summary of sewer construc- 
tion (12 months) 529 

Summary of sewer construc- 
tion (5 years) 529 



Sludge account 545 

Work done 546 

Work done, main drainage, 519 

Work in charge of division. . 498 



(Water Service.) 
(Page 547.) 



PAGE 

Abatements 556 

Apphcations for new pipes . . 556 
Automobiles, cost of opera- 
ting 549 

Construction, cost of 553 

Consumption of water 602 

Distribution 602 

Elevators 557 

Expenditures 547 

Expenditures, detail of 548 

Expenditures, comparison of, 552 

Financial statement 547 

Fire pipes 557 

Fixtures 555 

Fountains changed 576 

Fountains, established and 

abandoned 577 

Fountains, number of 570 

Fountain repairs 577 

Hydrants, blow-off and reser- 
voir pipes 567 

Hydrant repairs 572 

Hydrants estabhshed for 

electric car sprinkling. . . . 578 
Hydrants, total number of, 

January 31, 1916 568 

Hydrants, total number and 
kind of, established and 

abandoned 572 

Ice for drinking fountains. . 551 

Income and meter branch. . .. 555 

Main pipe, cost of extension, 587 

Main pipe, cost of replacing, 599 
Main pipe line and valves in 

same 566 

Main pipe work, mainte- 
nance of 571 

Meters: 

Applied 565 

Changed 563 



PAGE 

Changes, reasons for 564 

Condemned 561 

In service January 31, 

1916 560 

Installed 558 

On hand, January 31, 

1916 559 

Purchased 560 

Repau-ed 562 

Set 579 

Meter repairs 579 

Motors 557 

Receipts 547 

Receipts, comparison of 552 

Reserve Fund 551 

Revenue 551 

Service pipes: 

Abandoned and plugged . . 574 

Cost of laying 574 

Cost of laying, detail of . . 575 

Laid and abandoned 573 

Maintenance of 575 

Repairs,, cost of 576 

Total number and length 

of 569 

Shops, work done in: 

Blacksmith 538 

Carpenter 584 

Machme 580 

Pattern " 585 

Plumbing 585 

Miscellaneous 586 

Water : 

Average monthly heights 
at different stations (be- 
tween pages 602-603). 

Debt 553 

Sinking Fund 553 

Water pipes, total length of, 566 



Contents. 



Water posts established and 

abandoned 577 

Water post repairs 578 

Water rates, comparative 

statement 555 



Water, turning off and 

on 556 

Waste, prevention of 554 

Work done 554 



Appendix D. 



REPORT OF THE ENGINEER IN CHARGE OF 
THE HIGH PRESSURE FIRE SERVICE. 



(Page 603.) 



Expenditures 604 

Financial statement 604 



Work done . 



PAGE 

603 



Appendix E. 



REPORT OF THE COMMISSIONERS FOR THE 
BOSTON AND CAMBRIDGE BRIDGES. 

(Page 606.) 



Bridges in charge of com- 
mission 606 

Draw openings 610 

Drawtenders' report 611 



Expenditures 609 

Recommendations 606 

Work done 606 



DOCUMENT NUMBERS OF ANNUAL REPORTS. 

(Page 612.) 



City Doci":kiEXT Xo. 26. 



of two, one member appointed by the ^Nlayor of Boston 
and the other by the INIayor 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 Service of the Bridge 
and Ferry Division of this department, it is here treated 
as a division of this department. 

Appropriations. 

The money assigned for the work of the Pubhc Works 
Department dm'ing the year was made available from 
the following sources : 

First. — ^Maintenance appropriation, derived from 
the income of the citj^ 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 main- 
tenance appropriations, including permanent construc- 
tion, as passed by the City Council and approved by 
the ]*klavor. were as foUows: 



Central Office .... 
Bridge Senice .... 
Fern- Senice .... 
Lighting Service 
Pacing Service 
Sanitary* Service 
Street Cleaning and Oilnig Service 
Sewer Senice .... 
Water Service .... 



875,732 00 

307.290 00 

255.000 00 

710.000 00 

1,136..36S 00 

874.986 00 

725.372 00 

335.298 50 

910,810 00 

S5..330.S56 50 



Boston and Cambridge Bridges.* 

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

Amount expended during the year . . . $507,266 58 

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 Woeks Department. 3 

sewerage works are built, except those in the Charles 
River Basin watershed. (Sewerage Works — Sewer 
Service.) 

Balance, Februan- 1, 1915 8264,399 68 

Loan 600,000 00 

Revenue 702 00 



Total . . . _ 8865,101 68 

Expended during the 3'ear ~ 631,566 15 

Balance January 31, 1916 .... 8233,535 53 

Fourth. — Loan, under the provisions of chapter 383 
of the Acts of 1903, as amended bv chapter 485 of the 
Acts of 1907, bv 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 Bo.?ton 
shall in the je&T 1913 expend 8400,000 and in each of 
the next four years shall expend 8400,000, to be met by 
loan inside the debt Umit. (Separate Systems of 
Drainage — Sewer Service.) 

Balance Februarj^ 1, 1915 . . . . . 8122,340 40 
Loan 400.000 00 



Total 8522,340 40 

Expended during the year 357,547 19 



Balance January 31, 1916 .... 8164.793 21 

Fifth. — Loan inside the debt Umit, under the provi- 
sions of chapter 312 of the Acts of 1911, for the installa- 
tion of a High Pressure Service. (Water Service.) 

Balance Februarv 1, 1915 '8239,047 90 

Loan 150.000 00 



Total . 8389,047 90 

Expended during the year * 145,945 87 



Balance January 31, 1916 .... 8243.102 03 

Sixth. — Special Appropeiatioxs. 

Fro77i Loans: 

Loan inside the debt limit, under the provisions of 
chapter 412 of the Acts of 19i3, for the construction of 

* Total expended to Januarj- 31, 1916, $591,897.97. 



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, 1915 $18,522 18 

Expended during the year 14,055 62 

Balance January 31, 1916 .... S4,466 56 

Broadway Bridge Rebuilding. (Bridge Service.) 

Balance February 1, 1915 $49,269 14 

Expended during the year 20,196 75 

Balance January 31, 1916 .... $29,072 39 

Chelsea Bridge North. (Bridge Service.) 

Balance February 1, 1915 $18,679 53 

Expended during the year 1,811 89 

Balance January 31, 1916 . . . . $16,867 64 

Chelsea Bridge South. (Bridge Service.) 

Balance February 1, 1915 $4,468 45 

Expended during the year 268 99 

Balance January 31, 1916 .... $4,199 46 

Meridian Street Bridge. (Bridge Service.) 

Balance February 1, 1915 $15,152 62 

Expended during the year 00 

Balance January 31, 1916 . . . . $15,152 62 

Refuse Transfer Station. (Sanitary Service.) 

Balance February 1, 1915 $19,903 37 

Expended during the year 18,333 21 

Balance January 31, 1916 .... $1,570 16 

Refuse Destructor Site, Spectacle Island. (Sanitary 

Service.) 
Balance February 1, 1915 $15,000 00 

Balance January 31, 1916 .... $15,000 00 



Public Works Department. 5 

From Water Revenue: 

Service Mains and Relaying Mains. (Water Service.) 

Balance February 1, 1915 $184,470 24 

Expended during the year 49,455 84 



Balance January 31, 1916 .... $135,014 40 

From Taxes: 

Bridge Repairs. (Bridge Service.) 

Balance February 1, 1915 $2,115 11 

Expended during the year 2,11511 



Balance January 31, 1916 .... $0 00 

Albany Street Bridge. (Freight Tracks.) 

Appropriation $1,000 00 

Expended during the yeoi 578 48 

Balance January 31, 1916 .... 

Allston Bridge. 

Appropriation 

Transfer 

Total 

Expended during the year 

Broadway Bridge. (Boston & Albany Railroad.) 

Appropriation $4,000 00 

Expended during the year 73 55 



$421 52 


$900 00 

89 45 


$989 45 
$989 45 



Balance January 31, 1916 . . . . $3,926 45 

Cambridge Bridge. (Painting and Repairing.) 

Appropriation $12,000 00 

Expended during the year . ... . 5,945 55 



Balance January 31, 1916 .... $6,054 45 

Central Avenue Bridge. 

Appropriation $900 00 

Expended during the j^ear 164 35 



Balance January 31, 1916 . . . . $735 65 



6 City Document No. 26. 

Charlesgate Bridge. 

Appropriation 

Expended during the year .... 

Balance January 31, 1916 

Dartmouth Street Bridge. 

Appropriation 

Expended during the year .... 

Balance January 31, 1916 

Dover Street Bridge. 

Appropriation . . . ... 

Expended during the year .... 

Balance January 31, 1916 

Footbridge. (Dalton Street to Boylston Street.) 

Balance February 1, 1915 .... 
Expended during the year .... 

Balance January 31, 1916 

Summer Street Bridge. (Over New York, New Haven & 
Hartford Railroad.) 

Appropriation . $4,000 00 

Expended during the year 2,137 64 

Balance January 31, 1916 

Auxiliary Lighting Plant. (Ferry Service.) 

Appropriation 

Expended during the year 

Balance January 31, 1916 .... 

Granolithic Sidewalks. 

Appropriation 

Expended during the year 

Balance January 31, 1916 

East First Street Extension. 

Expended during the year and charged to this 
appropriation 



$1,000 00 
989 69 


$10 31 


$900 00 

428 69 


$471 31 


$5,000 00 
2,920 87 


$2,079 13 


set.) 

$9,445 00 
00 


$9,445 00 



$1,862 36 


dee.) 

$2,000 00 
00 


$2,000 00 


$100,000 00 

73,772 25 


$26,227 75 


$8,064 75 



Public Works Department. 7 

Avery, Mason and Washington Streets. 

Expended during the year and charged to this 

appropriation $2,043 08 

General Remarks. 

In the last month of the fiscal year, viz., January, 1916, 
a number of changes were made in the organization of 
the department. The Sewer and Water Division was 
consolidated with the Highway Division and placed in 
charge of the Division Engineer of the latter. The 
positions of Supervisor of Sanitary and Supervisor of 
Street Cleaning and Oiling were consolidated, and the 
High Pressure Fire Service was placed in the direct 
charge of a mechanical engineer who is accountable to the 
Commissioner. The above changes, together with a few 
more of minor importance, were made in the interest of 
efficiency and economy. 

The work of installing a high-pressure fire service in 
the city has been hampered by the failure of the United 
States Government to approve the site selected for a 
pumping station, but it is hoped that by the end of 
another year the station will be completed. 

The appropriation for the maintenance of the Paving 
Service was not sufficiently large to permit of any 
extensive repair or reconstruction work being done, and 
as a result the streets are in many places in a deplorable 
condition. 

The activities of the various divisions are briefly 
summarized below. 



Bridge and Ferry Division. 

A large amount of work has been done by contract 
during the past year in rebuilding and repairing the 
fender guards and fender piers at Broadway Bridge, in 
order to protect the new and larger draw span and allow 
for the widening of the channel. A new drawtenders' 
house has also been built. 

Considerable progress has been made in the widening 
of Spring Street Bridge and the approaches thereto, over 
Charles river. This work is being carried forward under 
the direction of this division, acting under the orders of 
the Commission authorized by chapter 235 of the Acts 
of 1915. 



S City Document No. 26. 

The reconstruction of Winthrop Bridge, under chapter 
412 of the Acts of 1913, which was largely done in 1914, 
was completed during the past year. 

Foundations for Gove Street Footbridge, East Boston, 
have been built and a contract has been made for the 
steel superstructure to be erected during the coming 
year. 

Considerable painting has been done on_ various 
bridges during the past year, both by the division force ■ 
and by contract. Cambridge Bridge, under the juris- 
diction of the Commissioners for Boston and Cambridge 
Bridges, is being painted under contract and the work 
will be completed during the coming spring. 

Included with other repair work was the repairing 
of fender pier and fender guard at Dover Street Bridge 
and rebuilding the sidewalks of Summer Street Bridge 
over the New York, New Haven & Hartford Railroad. 

The engineering force has done considerable work in 
conference with the Boston Elevated Railway Company's 
engineers in the preparation of plans and specifications 
for the reconstruction of Maiden Bridge, the construction 
cost of which is to be borne entirely by the railway 
company. 

On account of the small appropriation allowed for 
the ferries, the minimum amount of repairs was done 
consistent with keeping the boats in service. 



Highway Division. 

The activities of the Paving Service have been similar 
to that of previous years; that is, the repairs to streets 
and sidewalks and the resurfacing of macadam roadways, 
there being used for this part of the work about 60,000 
tons of crushed stone and 750,000 gallons of bituminous 
binders. 

In the city proper district, Tremont street, from 
Scollay square to Boylston street, and Boylston street, 
between Tremont street and Boylston place, were paved 
with wood blocks, replacing the old asphalt surface. 

One hundred and three contracts were awarded for 
constructing new streets laid out by the Board of 
Street Commissioners, twenty-five of which were for 
asphalt pavement, thirteen for bitulithic pavement 
and fifty-nine for macadam. Forty-nine contracts were 
made for general work, forty-three of which were for 
building artificial stone sidewalks. 



Public Works Department. 9 

The work of the Sanitary Service has been con- 
tinued along the same lines as in former years and the 
equipment and live stock kept in good condition. 

In the Street Cleaning and Oiling Service the equip- 
ment is up to date, the live stock being renewed by 
the addition of new horses. 

One million one hundred thousand gallons of oil were 
used for dust suppression during the year. 

The important item of interest in the Street Lighting 
Service was the installation of the boulevard type of 
lamps on Broadway, South Boston, from Dorchester 
avenue to Dorchester street, there being sixty-nine of 
these lamps installed. 

The automatic electric sewage pumping station at 
the corner of Union Park and Albanj^ streets was put 
into commission on July 1, 1915, and has abated the 
floodings in that portion of the South End area tribu- 
tary to the station. For many years this territory has 
been flooded during storms. The equipment in the 
station consists of one 26-inch centrifugal pump with 
a capacity of 15,000 gallons per minute against^a static 
head of 13^ feet and three 36-inch centrifugal pumps, 
each having a capacity of 30,000 gallons per minute 
against the same static head. The pumps are driven 
by one 75-brake horse-power, constant speed, induction 
motor having a full load speed of about 233 revolu- 
tions per minute when supplied with 3-phase, 60-cycle, 
alternating current, at 440 volts at the motor terminals, 
and three 150-brake horse-power motors having a full 
load speed of about 194 revolutions per minute. 

The Cobden street surface drain, Roxbury, has been 
extended to the corner of Walnut avenue and Hol- 
worthy street, this being a portion of the work designed 
to relieve the territory between Walnut and Humboldt 
avenues. 

In the Dorchester district, Davenport brook has 
been completed from a point about 800 feet east of 
Adams street to Magdala street. 

Faneuil Valley brook, Brighton, has been built in 
Faneuil and Oakland streets. This conduit does away 
with the open channel between these two points. 

Dent Street brook. West Roxbury, has been com- 
pleted between Roberts avenue and La Grange street. 
This conduit will relieve the flooding at La Grange and 
Pleasant streets, and will afford an outlet for storm 
water from an area of about 100 acres. 



10 City Document No. 26. 

Work is now in progress on Section 9 of Stony brook 
conduit, extending from the end of Section 8 to a point 
about 120 feet south of Washington street. 

During the year 110,427 linear feet of main pipe 
were laid by the Water Service, ranging from 3 inches 
to 30 inches in diameter, and 37,363 linear feet of main 
pipe, 3 inches to 20 inches in diameter, were abandoned. 
Seven thousand three hundred fifty-eight linear feet of the 
former were extensions of the high service mains in the 
business district to provide for fire sprinkler pipe systems 
now being very generally installed in buildings having a 
great fire risk. 

The proposed second high service feed to the city 
proper, to reinforce the system, was extended by the 
laying of 5,820 feet of 30-inch pipe in Worcester street, 
Washington street. Perry street and Harrison avenue to 
Dover street. During the year 1916 a 16-inch pipe 
will be laid through Worcester square and Harrison 
avenue from this 30-inch pipe for the purpose of 
furnishing high service fire protection to the City 
Hospital. 

A 16-inch high service line, 11,063 feet in length, was 
laid in South Boston, through Eighth street, F street, 
First street, D street and Fargo street, connecting the 
16-inch high service pipe now supplying South Boston 
to the 16-inch high service pipe in Congress street. The 
laying of this pipe furnishes an adequate high service 
supply to the buildings on the Commonwealth Pier and 
the South Boston flats. 

Twenty-seven thousand eight hundred thirty-six linear 
feet of 4-inch to 12-inch pipe were relaid with larger sizes 
where the need of improved fire protection was most 
urgent, due to the building of three-flat apartment 
houses. 

Six thousand seven hundred forty-two meters were 
set during the year, making the total number of meters 
in service on February 1, 1916, 54,433. Practically all 
of the city north of Massachusetts avenue is now 
metered, in addition to Charlestown, East Boston, 
South Boston and Hyde Park. 

The daily average consumption for the year was 
77,651,800 gallons, a decrease of 4,226,000 gallons over 
consumption of 1914. The per capita consumption for 
the year was 104 gallons. 



Public Works Department. 



11 



Financial Statement of the Public Works Department, February 1, 1915, to 

January 31, 1916. 



Division. 


Appropria- 
tion, Revenue. 
1915-16. 


Transfers 
To. 


Transfers 
From. 


Total 
Credits. 


Expenditures, 
1915-16. 


Balances, 
January 
31, 1916. 




$75,732 00 
307,290 00 
255,000 00 
710,000 00 
1,136,368 00 
874,986 00 

725,372 00 
335,298 50 
910,810 00 


$112 50 

2,.767 54 

272 15 

1,043 66 

30,138 73 

105,717 12 

2,137 32 
5,789 72 




$5,000 00 
21,776 32 


$70,844 50 
288,281 22 
277,048 47 
739,599 62 
1,099,588 32 
1,042,315 06 

690,633 56 
339,446 62 
910,810 00 


$70,618 59 
287,048 87 
277,048 47 
739,599 62 
1,099,588 32 
1,042,315 06 

690,633 56 
339,446 62 
904,135 19 


$225 91 


Bridge Service 

Ferry Service 




1,232 35 


$21,776 32 
28,555 96 








66,918 41 






61,611 94 




Street Cleaning 


36,875 76 
5,000 00 




Sewer Service 


3,358 40 


6,674^81 












Totals 


$5,330,856 50 


$147, 78 74 


$115,302 62 


$135,570 49 


$5,458,567 37 


$5,450,434 30 


$8,133 07 







The expenditures under the several appropriations 
for the year 1915 were as follows: 



Division Service. 


Current 
Expenses. 


Special 
Appropria- 
tions. 


Total 
Expenditures. 


Balances, 

January 31, 

1916. 


Central Office 


$70,618 59 

287,048 87 
277,048 47 

739,599 62 
1,099,588 32 
1,042,315 06 

690,633 56 

339,446 62 
904,135 19 




$70,618 59 

352,298 13 

277,048 47 

739,599 62 
1,690,735 23 
1,060,648 27 

690,633 56 

1,328,559 96 
1,099,536 90 


$225 91 


Bridge and Ferry Division: 

Bridge Service 

Ferry Service 


$65,249 26 


101,422 57 
2,015 60 


Highway Division: 

Lighting Service 








591,146 91 
18,333 21 


26,227 75 




16,570 16 


Street Cleaning and Oiling 




Sewer and Water Division: 


989,113 34 
195,401 71 


398,328 74 


Water Service 


378,116 43 






Totals 


$5,450,434 30 


$1,859,244 43 


$7,309,678 73 


$922,907 16 



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. 

Ferry Service: 

Tolls $104,330 00 

Rents ... . . . 560 10 

Headhouse privileges . . . 600 00 

Sale of old material . . . 258 16 

Commission on telephone stations, 49 20 

Free use of ferries .... 1 00 

$105,798 46 



300 00 



Lighting Service: 




Rents 




Paving Service: 




Assessments on abutters for edge- 


stones and sidewalks 


. $22,502 97 


Permits 


24,258 11 


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169 12 


Sale of old barrels . 


25 40 


Sale of old cart 


7 00 


Rents 


375 00 


Sanitary Service: 




Sale of old material 


$144 69 


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1,120 00 


Sale of horse .... 


41 80 


Rents 


. 21 00 



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Rents 

Sewer Service: 

Sewer assessments . . . $165 50 

Sewer assessments, Hyde Park . 188 60 

Entrance fees .... 4,692 57 

Disposal of sewage . . . 6,423 73 

Sale of blueprints .... 10 00 

Removal of building at Squantum, 80 00 

Sale of old material . - . . 897 60 

Rents ...... 10 00 



Carried forward 



47,337 60 



1,327 49 



750 00 



12,468 00 
$167,981 55 



14 



City Document No. 26. 



Brought forward . 
Water Service: 
Water rates 
Labor and materials for 

struction, changes and repairs 

of mains, service pipes 

other structures 
Sale of merchandise 
Sale of old material 
Fees for summonses 
Off and on for nonpayment 
Board of horse 
Rebate on motor vehicle 
Rents .... 
Miscellaneous 
Interest on bank deposit 





$167,981 55 


$2,859,707 92 


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9,535 19 




2,639 64 




3,882 20 




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69 



The following table shows the snowfall and rainfall 
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Public streets laid out and discontinued by the Street 
Commissioners during the year show pavements in- 
creased 9.11 miles, or 147,767 square yards. 

Corrections to previous measurements on account of 
revisions and other causes show pavements decreased 
0.04 mile, or 4,063 square yards. Total net increase, 9.07 
miles, or 143,704 square yards. 

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Miles. 

1859 111.50 

1871 201.32 

1872 207.40 

1873 209.24 

1874 313.90 

1875 318.58 

1876 327.50 

1877 333.20 

1878 340.39 

1879 345.19 

1880 350.54 

1881 355.50 

1882 359.85 

1883 367.99 

1884 374.10 

1885 379.60 



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1887 390. .30 

1888 392.72 

1889 397.84 

1890 404.60 

1891 409.60 

1892 434.59 

1893 443.34 

1894 447.65 

1895 452.12 

1896 456.11 

1897 459.12 

1898 471.19 

1899 479.47 

1900 489.55 

1901 491.85 



Miles. 

1902 496.90 

1903 499.85 

1904 500.39 

1905 502.20 

1906 502.80 

1907 510.04 

1908 511.60 

1909, 514.28 

1910 518.63 

1911 521.21 

1912 561.36 

1913 567.51 

1914 572.85 

1915 584.55 

1916 593.62 



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The following changes in pavement were made during 
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le or 1,512 square yards asphalt changed to granite block, 
le or 11,734 square yards asphalt changed to wood block, 
le or 35 square yards asphalt changed to brick, 
le or 11 square yards asphalt changed to bitulithic. 
le or 18 square yards asphalt changed to macadam, 
le or 23 square yards granite block changed to asphalt. 



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0.06 mile or 254 square yards granite block changed to brick. 

0.00 mile or 44 square yards granite block changed to bitulithic. 

0.06 mile or 822 square yards granite block changed to macadam. 

0.00 mile or 71 square yards wood block changed to granite block. 

0.00 mile or 100 square yards plank changed to granite block. 

0.01 mile or 179 square yards plank changed to wood block. 

0.00 mile or 3 square yards brick changed to asphalt. 

0.00 mile or 10 square yards brick changed to granite block. 

0.02 mile or 120 square yards cobble changed to granite block. 

0.00 mile or 50 square j^ards bitulithic changed to asphalt. 

0.05 mile or 801 square yards bitulithic changed to granite block. 

0.00 mile or 31 square yards bitulithic changed to wood block. 

0.05 mile or 779 square yards macadam changed to asphalt. 

0.48 mile or 8,959 square yards macadam changed to granite block. 

0.73 mile or 19,326 square yards macadam changed to wood block. 

0.01 mile or 28 square yards macadam changed to brick. 

0.01 mile or 460 square yards macadam changed to bitulithic. 

1.49 miles or 22,481 square yards gravel changed to asphalt. 

0.53 mile or 6,148 square yards gravel changed to granite block. 

0.00 mile or 14 square yards gravel changed to brick. 

0.83 mile or 12,073 square yards gravel changed to bitulithic. 

5.13 miles or 76,813 square yards gravel changed to macadam. 

0.09 mile or 1,396 square yards not graded changed to asphalt. 

0.14 mile or 2,896 square yards.not graded changed to granite block. 

0.07 mile or 9,088 square yards not graded changed to macadam. 

0.09 mUe or 1,402 square yards not graded changed to gravel. 

Streets laid out or discontinued by the Street Com- 
missioners during the year show: 

Asphalt increased 0.64 mile or 9,167 square yards. 
Granite blocks increased 0.03 mile or 1,208 square yards. 
Wood block increased 0.00 mile or 25 square yards. 
Brick increased 0.11 mile or 586 square yards. 
Bitulithic increased 0.29 mile or 3,849 square j^ards. 
Macadam increased 0.09 mile or 1,527 square yards. 
Gravel increased 7.45 miles or 116,909 square yards. 
Not graded increased 0.50 mile or 14,496 square yards. 

Corrections on account of revisions and other causes 
show: 

Asphalt decreased 0.00 mile or 146 square yards. 
Granite block increased 0.15 mile or 836 square yards. 
Wood block increased 0.01 mile or 1,240 square yards. 
Plank increased 0.00 mile or decreased 3 square yards. 
Brick increased 0.00 mile or 37 square yards. 
Bitulithic decreased 0.02 mile or 1,206 square yards. 
Macadam increased 0.03 mile or decreased 2,296 square yards. 
Gravel decreased 0.29 mile or 4,710 square yards. 
Not graded increased 0.08 mile or 2,185 square yards. 



74 



City Document No. 26. 



List of Personal Property of the Public Works Depart- 
ment ON Hand January 31, 1915, and Estimated Value 
OF Same, Allowing for Depreciation. 



Central Office. 



1 automobile 

Robes .... 

Supplies for automobile 



Bridge Service. 
6 horses 
5 wagons 

5 buggies 

6 harnesses 
8 blankets 
4 robes 
2 automobiles 
1 auto truck 
Supphes, tools and machinery 



$1,500 00 

20 00 

40 00 

$1,560 00 



$1,500 00 

300 00 

150 00 

90 00 

10 00 

15 00 

1,300 00 

1,350 00 

8,500 00 

$13,215 00 



Ferry Service. 

7 ferryboats 

Supplies, tools and machinery 



$236,527 15 
15,347 83 

$251,874 98 



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 .... 



Paving Service. 



257 harnesses . 
6 automobiles 
245 blankets . 



$102,950 00 

885 00 
450 00 

1,230 00 

300 00 

100 00 

400 00 

10 00 

$106,325 00 



^3,855 00 

2,700 00 

245 00 



Carried forward 



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Public Works Department. 



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24 buggies 










720 00 


11 pungs 












222 00 


5 sleighs 












125 00 


14 jiggers 












560 00 


22 wagons 












1,100 00 


2 horse sweepers 








230 00 


13 street watering carts 








1,950 00 


2 road scrapers 








1,400 00 


87 dump carts, 20 double, 67 sir 


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8,700 00 


114 horses .... 








37,050 00 


35 snow levels 










2,450 00 


18 section rollers 










1,800 00 


12 steam rollers 










18,000 00 


34 desks 










340 00 


1,665 picks . 










832 50 


1,982 shovels 










991 00 


Supplies, tools, machinery, surveying instru- 


ments, engineers' supplies, etc. 


50,000 00 


$133,270 50 


Sanitary Service. 


2 automobiles $1,700 00 


4 auto trucks . 














7,500 00 


293 horse blankets 














293 00 


9 buggies 














270 00 


219 carts . 
















21,900 00 


238 shovels 
















119 00 


213 harnesses 
















3,195 00 


212 horses . 
















63,600 00 


80 wagons 
















4,800 00 


13 desks . 
















130 00 


5 sleighs . 
















50 00 


102 pungs . 
















2,040 00 


2 scows . 
















1,000 00 


Supplies, tools, machinery, etc 










3,500 00 




$110,097 00 


Street Cleaning and Oiling Service. 


5 automobiles and 2 trucks . . . . . $7,000 00 


136 carts .... 










13,600 00 


17 buggies 












340 00 


26 street watering carts 












2,600 00 


14 wagons 












980 00 


240 harnesses 












3,600 00 


191 horses . 












58,000 00 


Carried forw 


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$86,120 00 



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$86,120 00 


32 street sweeping machines 










6,200 


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13 flushing machines 










5,000 


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74 push carts . 










740 


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848 street sweeping brooms 










225 


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584 shovels 










292 


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572 picks .... 










286 


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27 snow ploughs and 42 road machines 




3,075 


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Supplies, tools, machinery, etc. . , . 




10,000 


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$111,968 00 


Sewer Service. 











572 picks . 
6 automobiles 
29 horses . 
28 wagons 
15 buggies 
26 carts 
63 harnesses 
82 blankets 
8 sleighs . 
475 shovels 

97 pails 

Derricks, centrifugal pumps, dynamo, boilers, 
engineers' tools, machinery, instruments and 
supplies, etc 



Water Service. 

9 automobiles, 3 small and 2 large trucks 

49 horses . 

39 wagons 

11 buggies 
3 sleighs . 

11 pungs . 

Shovels, picks and miscellaneous stock, consisting 
of all kinds and sizes of iron, water pipe, 
meters, hydraulic machinery, boiler, hay and 
grain 



00 

3,000 00 

9,500 00 

1,400 00 

300 00 

2,600 00 

945 00 

65 00 

75 00 

240 00 

30 00 



450,000 00 



,441 00 



$7,500 00 

14,000 00 

1,950 00 

220 00 

50 00 

110 00 



325,000 00 
$348,830 00 



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Employees. 

The following tables show the number of requisitions 
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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 

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Number of men certified 

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Reinstatements not allowed 

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c 
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6 




"3 
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1 


















1 




1 










1 






2 






1 










2 


3 


Chief clerk 


1 

42 
2 














1 


Clerks 


17 
1 

1 
12 

1 

7 
12 

1 
34 
10 
34 


7 


3 






1 


1 


32 
2 


103 




1 




6 




1 

18 
18 
19 
42 










2 












6 
4 
5 
1 




6 
3 
6 
9 


42 












26 












37 












64 












1 






46 

4 
6 

1 


44 
8 


35 
10 

7 




3 




41 
14 

1 


203 






46 




.... 




2 




50 






1 


















1 

1 


1 






9 


2 


20 










32 








1 






1 








10 

1 












10 














.... 

1 

1 

3 

14 






2 


Boys 


1 
1 


3 

2 
20 












5 


Chauffeurs 


5 

4 


4 

4 


3 

1 


3 


1 


7 
7 
2 


26 
52 






3 


Claim agent 


1 














1 




1 
8 














1 




















8 






1 
1 






1 








2 


















1 














138 






138 














27 






27 






1 














1 
























49 


168 


194 


83 


57 


32 


180 


2 


134 


899 







92 City Document No. 26. 

Grade and Number of Employees. — Continued. 





Divisions. 


Title. 


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i 


1 


ti 

CI 

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go 






d 

S 


1 


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Brought forward 


49 


168 


194 


83 
1 


57 
3 


32 


180 


2 


134 


899 




4 






12 


7 
1 
8 
1 
5 
1 


12 

1 

43 






1 
1 
2 


32 










1 




4 


Firemen 




1 






54 














1 












13 
1 








20 


General foremen 




1 


1 
9 
7 


1 






3 


8 










9 




















7 


















2 
2 


2 


Janitors (scrub) 




1 




1 




5 
6 
3 
12 
2 
2 






10 






6 


Joiners . . 


















3 






332 


79 


198 


211 


2 




146 

19 

8 

20 


980 


Lamplighters 




3 


Machinists and assistants 






5 






27 












8 


Meter readers 


















20 








12 












12 




















1 


Oilers 






17 




12 








29 
















1 


1 






70 














70 








1 
12 










46 


47 


Painters . 






1 




2 
12 


4 




20 










12 




















1 












13 








13 


















59 

1 


59 














1 






2 






22 












22 












1 








1 
























50 


608 


331 


314 


272 


175 


189 


3 


445 


2,387 







Public Works Department. 93 

Grade and Number of Employees. — Concluded. . 





Divisions. 


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50 


608 


331 


314 


272 


175 


189 


3 


445 
2 


2 387 




2 








4 












4 










1 




2 

1 






3 




3 


1 
15 


2 
2 




1 




g 










17 
















1 
1 


1 


" Deputy 


















1 




















1 










1 

40 

2 








3 

14 


4 






30 


5 


31 




5 




125 






2 




















1 






79 


16 


166 


162 


1 




24 

1 


448 






1 


Tollmen 












12 






12 






1 

1 

19 

1 
1 














1 




















1 






25 


19 
2 
3 
5 
9 


4 




4 




12 


83 






3 
















4 


Wheelwrights and assistants 














5 






9 


6 


7 








7 


38 














Totals 


53 


765 


391 


561 


477 


189 


202 


4 


510 


3,152 



94 



City Document No. 26. 



Comparative Table Showing the Number of Employees Actually 
Employed February 1, 1915, and February 1, 1916. 



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52 


208 


187 


53 


200 


188 























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1 


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m 




m 


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5 


770 


570 


382 


450 


498 


4 


743 


543 


379 


452 


498 



February 1, 1915 
February 1, 1916 

February 1, 1915 
February 1, 1916 



3,122 
3,060 



Total Eligible Force. 



52 


222 


190 


5 


790 


592 


394 


478 


514 


53 


202 


189 


4 


765 


561 


391 


477 


510 



3,237 
3,152 



Table of Employees Showing Appointments, Transfers, Resignations, Retirements, Deaths, etc., 

During the Year. 





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1 






5 
2 


3 
10 
11 


1 
1 
1 


9 


52 
222 
190 




*53 
202 
189 


6 

6 

14 


2 




3 


5 


1 

3 


1 




I 


5 


Ferry 






9 




1 










1 


5 




4 


1 








23 


28 


3 


6 


34 


?. 


4 


790 


Paving 


765 


50 


8 


1 


16 


21 


6 
8 


1 

1 


3 
5 


20 
50 


1 


3 

1 


592 

478 




561 

477 


18 
12 


1 
3 


2 
4 


2 


13 


Street Cleaning 


59 


7 


5 
19 


1 


1 
4 


23 

7 


4 


9 
6 


394 
514 




391 

510 


17 
34 


1 
7 


1 


23 


8 


Water 


4 








83 


71 


7 


26 


158 


10 


35 


3,237 


Totals 


3,152 


158 


22 


8 


117 









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



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PUBUC WORKS DEPARTMENT 
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PART 11. 

APPENDICES. 



APPENDIX A. 



Appropriation 






$75,732 00 


Revenue received during 1915-16 . 




112 50 




$75,844 50 


Expenditures from February 1, 1915, to January 




31, 1916 




70,618 59 

$5,225 91 


Transferred to Lighting Service 




5,000 00 


Transferred to city treasury . 


$225 91 


EXPENDITUKES. 






Salary, commissioner 




$9,000 00 


Salaries, clerks, stenographers, etc. 




53,184 91 


Automobile expense: 






Wages of chauffeur 


$1,092 00 




Electric light at garage 


6 75 




Gasolene 


256 53 




Oil, soap and grease 


36 20 




Tubes, cases, repairs and supplies, 


783 60 




Registration 


25 00 


2,200 08 






New automobile .... 




1,391 00 


Books, papers and office expense . 






487 33 


Stationery 






537 69 


Telephone, rentals and calls . 






76 26 


Printing . . • . 






3,043 60 


Postage 






368 74 


Travel expense 






328 98 






$70,618 59 



98 City Document No. 26. 



APPENDIX B. 



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



Boston, February 1, 1916. 

Mr. Edward F. Murphy, 

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, 1916. The expenditures of the division in the 
regular maintenance appropriations of the department 
were $564,097.34 as against an appropriation and 
revenue of $565,329.69, leaving a surplus for the year 
of $1,232.35. 

In addition to the regular maintenance work, the 
division supervised the expenditure of $65,249.26 under 
a number of special appropriations, mainly for work on 
bridges, making the total expenditures for the year 
under appropriations credited to the Bridge and Ferry 
Division $629,346.60. This figure does not include the 
expenditures on work of other departments or divisions 
supervised by the engineering staff of this division. 

Bridge Service. 

In addition to minor repairs, considerable construc- 
tion work and painting has been done on maintenance 
of bridges, as well as some new construction. Detailed 
descriptions of the more important construction jobs 
are given in the accompanying statement. (See pages 
110-117.) 

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 
has made its final report to the Supreme Court, but 
the decree of the court has not yet been made. It is 
known, however, that the City of Boston will receive. 



PuBLTC Works Department. 99 

a considerable sum from the cities of Chelsea and Revere 
and from the street railway companies operating over 
these bridges. 

Maiden Bridge. — The engineering force of the division 
has done considerable work in conjunction with the 
engineers of the Boston Elevated Railway Company in 
making surveys, plans and specifications for the reloca- 
tion of the draw span of Maiden Bridge, the construction 
cost of which work is to be paid by the railway company. 
Plans and specifications have been agreed upon and the 
work on both foundations and superstructure will 
probably be completed during 1917. 

Harrison Avenue Bridge (over the Boston & Albany 
Railroad) . — This bridge has been entirely rebuilt by the 
railroad company. It is a steel bridge, incased in con- 
crete for protection against locomotive gases, with a 
roadway paving of wood block and sidewalk surface 
of granolithic. The railroad company has petitioned 
the Public Service Commission for an apportionment 
of the cost of this bridge between the City of Boston, 
the Boston Elevated Railway Company and the Boston 
& Albany Railroad Company. 

Atlantic Avenue Bridge {over the tracks of the Boston 
Terminal Company and Fort Point Channel) . — • By an 
order of the Street Commissioners, approved by the 
Mayor December 7, 1914, Atlantic avenue, between 
Kneeland street and Dorchester avenue, was discontinued. 
This order carried with it the closing of the bridge over 
the tracks of the Boston Terminal Company and across 
Fort Point channel and brought to an end the suit for 
damages of the Boston Terminal Company on account 
of the building of this bridge. Arrangements were 
made with the Terminal Company by which that com- 
pany agreed to remove the bridge and on January 5, 
1915, the bridge was closed to all traffic. As it was 
impossible to maintain the draw span so as to provide 
an unobstructed passage for vessels through the chan- 
nelway without interfering with traffic on the Dor- 
chester Avenue Bridge, the Terminal Company con- 
tinued to operate the draw, the men being furnished by 
the city at the expense of the Terminal Company, until 
May 6, 1915, when the portion of the draw had been 
removed which overhung the Dorchester Avenue Bridge 
while the draw was open for navigation. 

The removal of the superstructure of this bridge has 
been prosecuted during the year and at the present 
time only the approaches and masonry piers remain. 



100 City Document No. 26. 

Some engineering design and supervision of construc- 
tion work has been performed for other departments 
and divisions, as at Rainsford Island, Long Island, etc. 

Ferry Service. 
The installation of a jet condenser on the '^ Gov- 
ernor Russell" was completed during 1915. In addition 
to this work, minor repairs were made sufficient to keep 
the boats in service, but owing to the small appropria- 
tion only the most pressing work was done. 

Recommendations for 1916. 
Bridge Service. 

Broadway Bridge over the Boston & Albany Rail- 
road is in such condition that probably a complete 
rebuilding of the floor will be necessary during the 
coming year to enable, car travel to continue, but such 
work should not be carried out unless the Boston 
Elevated Railway Company is willing to pay a fair 
proportion of the cost. 

Borings and designs for a permanent structure at 
Chelsea Bridge South to replace the existing temporary 
structure should be started as soon as possible, as per- 
mission to maintain the bridge over the property of the 
Boston & Maine Railroad Company expires in July, 
1919, and it will take at least three years to make plans, 
procure approval of plans from the government and to 
build the bridge. Furthermore, it is doubtful if the 
temporary bridge will last more than three years longer 
without extensive repairs. This is the most important 
construction work in contemplation and it is essential 
that during the year an appropriation be made suffi- 
cient to cover the cost of all engineering work and borings 
necessary. 

Congress Street Bridge over Fort Point channel has 
a draw span which is over forty years old and is in such 
condition that within a very few years either the entire 
rebuilding will be required or else very costly repairs. 
A new steel bridge on masonry piers with bascule draw 
span will cost approximately $500,000. 

Hyde Park Avenue Bridge over Mother brook is in 
poor condition and should be rebuilt. The Bay State 
Street Railway Company should, in all fairness, bear 
part of the expense, but it is doubtful if it could be 
compelled to do so under the existing laws. 

Warren Bridge over the Charles river has a deck or 



Public Woeks Department. 101 

underplanking which has been in place over thirty 
years and is showing signs of weakness. It is advisable 
to make an inspection from below the bridge to deter- 
mine whether or not it is necessary to rebuild the entire 
roadway. The estimated cost of this work if deter- 
mined to be necessary is approximately S80,000. 

The installation of navigation signal lights on bridges 
over navigable waters is required by the United States 
Department of Commerce. There are fifteen bridges 
maintained either wholly or partly by the city on which 
these signals have yet to be placed and the work of 
installation should be carried on continuously until the 
regulations of the Federal Government are complied 
with. 

Ferry Service. 

For several years past it has been recommended that 
a new boat be built to replace the ''D. D. Kelly," 
which was built in 1879. The boiler pressure on this 
boat has been cut from the original limit of 40 pounds 
to 25 pounds, which is about the minimum at which it 
can be operated safely. As the allowable boiler pres- 
sure on the ''Hugh O'Brien," built in 1883, has also 
been cut down, the Ferry Service has two old boats 
either of which may be condemned at any time, and 
it is recommended that plans for a new boat be made. 

A new pump and jet condenser should be installed 
on the "Noddle Island," and a new wooden end will 
have to be built, as the United States steamboat in- 
spectors condemned the woodwork as it exists. 

The existing type of gate on the boats has not given 
satisfaction and has been costly to maintain and I 
recommend that on two of the boats new gates be 
placed of the type installed on the "Governor Russell," 
which type has been tried out with good results. 

A new tank should be built at the north drop, 
North Ferry, East Boston, and two of the drops should 
be paved. 

Report in Detail. 

A detailed report of the operation and expenditures 
of the Bridge and Ferry Division during the year, 
exclusive of the cost of work supervised for other depart- 
ments or divisions, is appended herewith. 

Respectfully submitted, 

John E. Carty, 
Division Engineer. 



102 City Document No. 26. 



BRIDGE SERVICE. 

Financial Statement. 
Receipts. 

Appropriation $307,290 00 

Revenue 2,767 54 



Total $310,057 54 

Expenditures from Maintenance Appropriation. 

Bridge Service: 

City of Boston bridges . . $269,283 23 

Bridges in charge of Boston and 
Cambridge Bridge Com- 
mission ..... 17,765 64 



Total $287,048 87 

Transferred to Ferry Service . 21,776 32 
Transferred to city treasury . 1,232 35 

$310,057 54 

Total Expenditures. 

From maintenance appropriation .... $287,048 87 
Charged to special appropriations .... 65,249 26 

Total expended on bridges .... $352,298 13 

EXPENDITURES ON BOSTON BRIDGES. 

(1.) Administration: 
Salaries : 

Acting division engineer, $3,000 00 
Supervisors . . . 4,078 14 
Engineers and draughts- 
men .... 20,722 61 
Stenographer . . . 1,200 00 
Office boy ... 388 00 
Examining physician . 82 49 
Inspector of carpentry . 133 25 



Pensions, veterans . . $5,026 98 
Pensions, laborers . . 422 00 



),604 49 



5,448 98 



Taking traffic account (wages) . . . 182 27 

Time allowed for hohdays . . . 712 02 

Pay allowed for mechanics' vacations . 1,440 86 

Carried forward $37,388 62 



$37,388 62 



Public Works Department. 



103 



(2.) 



(3.) 



(4.) 



Brought forward 






$37,388 


62 




Printing, postage and stationery 






882 


05 




Advertising .... 






69 


80 




Telephones .... 






208 86 




Traveling expenses 






281 


60 




OflBce and engineers' supplies 






198 


64 












$39,029 57 








On Bridges: 










Drawtenders' salaries 




$143,144 


18 




Lighting .... 






1,153 


34 




Heating .... 






2,370 90 




Electric power 






3,369 


64 




Tools, hardware and suppUes 






2,525 


04 




Furnishings .... 






156 


00 




Navigation hghts 






1,699 


98 




Water 






103 


80 




Building repairs . 






296 


22 




Ironwork and machinery repairs 




4,591 


32 




General repairs on roadway 


3, fences 








piers, etc. (outside of department force) 


', 4,439 


51 




General repairs by department me 








chanics : 










L a b r, c a r- 










p e n t e r s , 










painters, 










w a t c hmen. 










m a c h inist, 










electrician, $23,51137 










Removing snow 










and cleaning 










bridges . . 3,371 52 










$26,882 8c 








Lumber .... 


20,219 6C 


) 






Paint and paint stock 


1,455 87 








Services of flagmen 


366 0^ 


- 48,924 


41 


















212,774 34 








PubUc Landings: 










Rent 




$399 96 




Repairs 




348 


31 


748 27 


Yard and stable : 








Yard: 










Employees: Clerk, janitor 










and watchmen . . S 


12,427 50 








Light .... 


136 70 








Fuel 


165 73 








Repairing building . 


166 21 


- $2,896 


14 










Stable: 










Employees: Stablemen 










and teamsters . . $4,985 62 








Feed and straw 


1,288 55 








Veterinary 


36 00 








Shoeing and chpping 


433 25 








Wagons and harness 


502 26 








Miscellaneous stable sup- 










phes .... 


10 20 


7,255 


88 
















— 


10,152 02 


Carried forward 








$262,704 20 



104 



City Document No. 26. 



Brought forward . ■ 






$262,704 20 


(5.) Automobiles: 








New : Division engineer . 


$1,038 00 




Supervisor . 




458 20 


$1,496 20 






Maintenance and repairs: 






Division engineer 








Wages, chauf- 








feurs 


$1,146 00 






Storage, sup- 








plies, r e - 








pairs, gaso- 








lene, m i s - 








cellaneous. 


1,242 49 


$2,388 49 










Supervisor: 








Wages, chauf- 








feur . 


$553 50 






Storage, sup- 








phes, r e - 








pairs, gaso- 








lene, mis- 








cellaneous, 


386 20 


939 70 




Truck: 






Wages, chauf- 








feur . 


$897 00 






Supphes, gas- 








olene, mis- 








cellaneous, 








repau's 


857 64 


1,754 64 
















5,082 83 




u,u/y yjo 








269,283 23 


Summary of expenditures : 








(1) Administration 






. $39,029 57 


(2) On bridges 






212,774 34 


(3) PubUc landings 






748 27 


(4) Yard and stable 






10,152 02 


(5) Automobiles 






6,579 03 




$269,283 23 



EXPENDITURES UNDER SPECIAL APPROPRIATIONS DURING 
FISCAL YEAR 1915-16. 

Albany Street Bridge (Freight Tracks). 

Advertising 

TraveUng expenses 

Salaries, inspection 

Paint stock 

Paid Maurice M. Devine on contract for cleaning 

and painting 

$578 48 



$4 50 


1 


40 


17 


57 


87 


01 


468 


00 



Public Works Department. 105 

Allston Bridge. 

Printing $3 52 

Salaries : 

Engineering ..... $30 07 

Inspection 45 00 

75 07 

Paint stock ........ 150 70 

Paid Boston Bridge Works for repairing ironwork, 85 16 

Paid Maurice M. Devine on contract for cleaning 

and painting 675 00 



$989 45 



Bridge Repairs. 
Charlestown Bridge. 
Paid M. S. Kelleher on contract 

for flooring draw .... $7,500 05 
Less aniount paid in 1914 . . 7,125 05 



$375 00 



Northern Avenue Bridge. 
Paid Devine & Foster on con- 
tract for cleaning and painting 

draw $4,395 00 

Less amount paid in 1914 . . 2,554 89 



1,740 11 



J,115 11 



Broadway Bridge over Boston & Albany Railroad. 
Salaries, engineering $73 55 



Advertising 
Supplies, etc. 
Salaries : 
Engineering 
Inspection 



Broadway Bridge, Rebuilding. 

$98 40 
11 86 



$1,696 92 

708 28 



2,405 20 

138 80 

15 00 



Wood preservative . 

Moving tool house . 

Amount paid W. H. Ellis & Son Company on 

contract for building draw fender pier, etc. . 15,044 53 

Amount paid Smith Erecting and Contracting 
Company on contract for platforms and land- 
ing piers 130 00 

Amount paid W. H. Elhs & Son Company on 

contract for building drawtenders' house . 1,947 00 

Amount paid Laskey & McMurrer on contract 
for heating apparatus in house .... 

Water supply pipe to drawtenders' house 



Chelsea Bridge North. 

Advertising 

Services of Commission on apportionment of cost. 

Salaries, engineering 

Navigation hghts 

Repairs to draw landing 

Carried forward $1,591 54 



215 


00 


190 96 


$4 20 


600 


00 


108 


84 


436 


70 


441 


80 



),196 75 



106 



City Document No. 26. 



Brought forward 

Amount paid W. H. Ellis & Son 
Company on contract for re- 
pairing fenders .... 

Less amount paid in 1914 



$867 20 
645 85 



1,591 54 



220 35 



,811 89 



Chelsea Bridge South. 

Salaries, engineering 

Paid Boston & Maine Railroad for expense of 
moving escalator for temporary bridge 



Charlesgate Bridge. 

Advertising and printing 

Salaries, engineering 

Paint stock 

Amount paid M. M. Devine on contract for 
cleaning and painting 



Dartmouth Street Bridge. 



Labor, painters 
Paint stock 



230 11 



Cambridge Bridge, Painting and Repairing 



Advertising and printing 

Salary of inspector . 

Analyzing paint 

Paint (Garland & Co.) 

Lead and oil . . . 

Amount paid Connors Brothers 
Company on contract for paint- 
ing and cleaning 
Less amount paid by the City of 
Cambridge (one half) 

Repairs on expansion joints . 



$5,006 50 
2,503 25 



Central Avenue Bridge. 



Paint stock 
Labor, painters 



$9 26 


12 


50 


182 


93 


785 


00 


$364 25 


64 


44 


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$54 43 


290 


00 


20 


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2,453 


50 


303 


17 



2,503 
321 


25 
20 


$36 85 
127 50 



$268 99 



$989 69 



$428 69 



K5,945 55 



$164 35 



Salaries: 
Engineering 
Inspection 



Dover Street Bridge. 

$410 32 
100 00 



Advertising and printing 

Amount paid George T. Rendle Company on con- 
tract for repairing fender piers (unfinished) 



$510 32 
20 32 

2,390 23 



J,920 87 



Public Works Department. 107 

Spring Street Bridge. 

Test borings $149 52 

Examination of foundations of old bridge . . 86 76 

Printing, advertising and miscellaneous . . . 97 51 

Salaries : 

Engineering $723 21 

Inspection 325 00 

1,048 21 

Amount paid George T. Rendle Company on con- 
tract for building approach (unfinished) . . 682 08 
Amount paid Clark & Gore on contract for build- 
ing bridge (unfinished) 10,508 55 



$12,572 63 



Summer Street Bridge. 

Salaries, engineering $47 28 

Wages, carpenters 23 50 

Printing and advertising 11 59 

Paid W. A. Murtfeldt on contract for rebuilding 

sidewalk (unfinished) 2,055 27 



Winthrop Bridge. 
Miscellaneous supplies, travel, etc. . . . $61 45 

Salaries : 

Engineering $903 19 

Inspection 573 75 

1,476 94 

Driveway to coal yard 75 00 

Amount paid to Lawler Brothers on 

contract for rebuilding bridge . $45,517 00 
Less amount paid in 1914 (unfin- 
ished) 33,074 77 

12,442 23 



,137 64 



$14,055 62 



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Public Works Department. 109 

Income. 
Tlie total amount received by the City Collector 
on account of bridges was $2,767.54, and was made up 
of the following items: 

Amount received from the Boston Terminal Com- 
pany for expense of maintenance of the Atlan- 
tic Avenue Bridge during the period of its con- 
tinuance under charge of that company . , $1,097 74 

Amount received from the town of Milton for 
its portion of the expense of maintenance of 
the Granite Avenue Bridge 978 14 

Amount received from the Boston Elevated Rail- 
way Company for its portion of the expense 
of repairs on the Western Avenue Bridge to 
Watertown, as per agreement .... 400 00 

Amount received from the Children's Institutions 
Department for services of Bridge Service en- 
gineers on plans for wharf, pumps, etc., at the 
Suffolk School for Boys 291 66 



,767 54 



All the above credited to the Bridge Service Main- 
tenance appropriation. 



110 City Document No. 26. 



BRIDGE SERVICE CONSTRUCTION WORK, 
1915-1916. 



Albany Street Bridge (over the Freight Tracks of the 
Boston & Albany Railroad). 

The portion of this bridge above the floor was cleaned 
and painted during the year under a contract with 
Maurice M. Devine, dated October 18, 1915. The 
cleaning was done by the sand blast method and the 
metal work was patch painted with red lead and received 
two final coats of linseed oil paint. The work was 
completed November 11, 1915, and the amount paid 
under the contract was $468. The paint was furnished 
by the city at a cost of $87.01. 

Albany Street Bridge (over Passenger Tracks, Boston & 
Albany Railroad). 
While there is a question whether the responsibility 
for the maintenance of this bridge rests entirely on the 
city, under advice of the Law Department the girders 
of this bridge have been cleaned by the sand blast 
process and painted a patch coat of red lead and two 
coats of linseed oil paint. The painting was done by 
Maurice M. Devine at the same time as the work on 
the adjoining bridge over the freight tracks, the cost 
being $75. The paint was furnished by the city from 
the stock of the Bridge Service. 

Allston Bridge (over Boston & Albany Railroad, Brighton). 

A contract was made with Maurice M. Devine, 
dated July 28, 1915, for cleaning and painting the por- 
tion of this bridge above the flooring. The metal work 
was cleaned in a most thorough manner, the old paint 
being entirely removed by the sand blast process, and 
two coats of sublimed blue lead paint were applied. The 
work was completed September 8, 1915, the amount 
paid under the contract being $675. To this should 
be added the cost of the paint ($150.70), which was 
furnished by the city. 

Some of the stringer seats on the floor beams of this 
bridge, over the two southerly tracks, were found to be 
so badly corroded that sixteen of them were replaced 



Public Works Department. Ill 

by 3-inch by 3^-inch by ^-inch steel angles, the work 
being done without removing the flooring. 

One floor beam in the center roadway was found 
badly corroded and was strengthened by the addition 
of angles and plates to the flanges. 

Broadway Bridge {over Fort Point Channel). 

As stated in the last annual report, a contract was 
made with W. H. Ellis & Son Company, dated Decem- 
ber 28, 1914, for rebuilding the draw fender pier and 
fender guards of this bridge. The channel face of the 
draw fender pier was entirely rebuilt, the line being 
straightened so as to protect the new and larger draw 
span; the upstream end lengthened about 20 feet and 
at the downstream end a wharf was built on which to 
locate a drawtenders' house. The original plan pro- 
vided for a wharf to be built on the Boston side of the 
channel adjoining the railroad property, which would 
have enabled the drawtenders' house to be placed at 
the street level, but permission to drive the necessary 
piles could not be obtained from the United States War 
Department. The fender guard on the northerly side 
of the channel was entirely rebuilt in a new location, 
affording a clear channel 50 feet in width. The iron 
cylinders on which the old draw span rested when open 
for travel were removed and the channelway dredged 
to a depth of 15 feet below city base. The work on this 
contract was completed January 26, 1915, at a cost of 
$15,044.53. 

In connection with this work the Secretary of War 
required the New York, New Haven & Hartford Rail- 
road Company to increase the width of the channelway 
at its ^'Y" bridge to 50 feet, so that now there is a 
clear way of this width at both of these bridges. 

A contract was made with the Smith Erecting and 
Contracting Company, dated January 20, 1915, for 
ladders and platforms to give access to the landing 
piers from the fixed spans. The work was completed 
March 4, 1915, at the contract price of $130. 

A drawtenders' house was built under contract with 
W. H. Ellis & Son Company, dated April 23, 1915. 
The work was completed August 3, 1915, at a cost of 
$1,947. 

A hot water heating system was furnished and 
installed under contract with Laskey & McMurrer, 
dated July 7, 1915, at a cost of $215. 



112 ■ City Document No. 26. 

Central Avenue Bridge {Dorchester to Milton). 
This bridge has been cleaned and painted during the 
year by the painters of the Bridge Service at a cost of 
$164.35, including the cost of the paint. 

Charlesgate Bridge {over Ipswich Street). 
A contract dated September 3, 1915, was made with 
Maurice M. Devine for cleaning the metal work of this 
bridge by the sand blast method, patch painting with 
red lead and painting two finish coats of linseed oil 
paint. The work was completed October 16, 1915, the 
amount paid under the contract being $785. The paint 
was furnished by the city at a cost of $182.93. 

Dartmouth Street Bridge {over the Boston & Albany 

Railroad) . 

The metal work of this bridge above the floor was 
cleaned, patch painted with red lead and with a single 
coat of linseed oil paint. The work was done by paint- 
ers of the Bridge Service at a cost of $428.69, including 
the cost of the paint. 

Dover Street Bridge {over Fort Point Channel). 
The fender piers of this bridge have been repaired 
during the year under a contract with the George T. 
Rendle Company, dated July 20, 1915, at a cost of 
$2,853.03. The upstream end of the westerly fender 
pier was rebuilt and the channel face of the same pier 
repaired. Twelve new oak piles were driven where 
needed on the work and the old spur shores refitted. 
The upstream end of the draw fender pier and a portion 
of the pier in front of the drawtenders' house were 
replanked, new stringers being substituted for old ones 
where deemed necessary. The work was completed 
December 4, 1915. 

Granite Avenue Bridge {over Neponset river, between 
Dorchester and Milton). 

This bridge has been entirely rebuilt by the Granite 
Avenue Bridge Building Commission under authority 
of Chapter 771 of the Acts of 1913. The substructure 
was built under a contract dated December 4, 1913, 
with the Holbrook, Cabot & Rollins Corporation and 
was completed February 9, 1915, the total amount paid 
under the contract being $33,303.19. 



Public Works Department. 113 

The superstructure was built under contract dated 
February 26, 1914, with the Boston Bridge Works, 
Inc., and was completed October 20, 1914, the contract 
price being $29,414. 

A full description of this bridge was given in the 
report of this department for 1914. Under the act 
which provided for the rebuilding of the bridge, the 
apportionment of the cost of the work is divided as 
follows : 

County of Suffolk, 40 per cent. 

County of Norfolk, 40 per cent. 

Town of Milton, 10 per cent. 

City of Quincy, 10 per cent. 

As there is a claim for damages to adjoining property 
which has not been settled, the final adjustment of the 
cost has not been made at the date of this report. Under 
the act above referred to and amendment thereto (chap- 
ter 58 of the Acts of 1915) the maintenance of this 
bridge when all work has been performed is vested in a 
commission consisting of the Mayor of Boston and the 
chairman of the Selectmen of Milton; one half the cost 
to be paid by the County of Suffolk and one half by the 
town of Milton. 

Although up to the present time the Bridge Building 
'Commission has not finally turned over the new bridge 
to the Maintenance Commission, the City of Boston and 
the town of Milton have assumed the maintenance 
from October 23, 1914, the date at which the new bridge 
was opened to travel. 

Some trouble has been caused by a slight forward 
movement of the Milton abutment, which has crowded 
the draw span to such an extent as to necessitate the 
cutting away of a portion of the projecting flanges of 
the end floor beam of the fixed span at the draw landing. 
It may be necessary to make some slight changes in 
this floor beam if the abutment continues to move. 

Gove Street Footbridge {East Boston). 

A concrete foundation and piers for supporting a 
footbridge over the tracks of the Boston & Albany Rail- 
road were built under contract with E. S. Butterfield 
& Co., dated November 1, 1915. The work was com- 
pleted December 6, 1915, at a cost of I860. 

A contract has been made with the Boston Bridge 
Works, Inc., for building the steel superstructure of this 
bridge, which calls for its completion before August 1, 1916. 



114 CiTi^ Document No. 26. 

Northern Avenue Bridge {over Fort Point Channel). 

At the date of the last annual report work was in 
progress under contract dated October 20, 1914, with the 
W. L. Waples Company for cleaning the fixed spans 
of this bridge by sand blast process, patch painting 
with red lead and painting two final coats of white lead 
paint. The work was completed February 23, 1915. 
The cost of the work done under this contract was $1,936, 
to which should be added $361.07, the cost of the paint 
supplied by the city. 

A contract was made with Devine & Foster, dated 
April 23, 1915, for cleaning and painting the draw span 
of this bridge. The work was done in the same manner 
as for the fixed span and was completed August 17, 
1915. The total amount paid under the contract was 
$4,395, to which should be added $930.98, the cost of 
the paint furnished by the city. 

The scow at the public boat landing at this bridge 
has been repaired under contract with W. H. Ellis & 
Son Company, dated August 18, 1915, for $303.31. The 
work was completed September 16, 1915. 

Spring Street Bridge {over Charles River). 

Under chapter 235, Acts of the Legislature of 1915, , 
the Mayor of the City of Boston, the chairman of the 
County Commissioners of Norfolk County and the 
chairman of the Selectmen of Dedham were constituted 
a commission and authorized to widen this bridge. 

Plans for the work were prepared by the engineering 
staff of this division and on July 28, 1915, a contract 
was made with Clark & Gore for doing the work. 

The old bridge is a stone masonry structure approx- 
imately 150 feet long and 25 feet wide, with five arches, 
each with a span of about 19 feet. The foundations of 
the arches rest on crib work or grillage of wood. The 
plans for the new work provide for a widening to 55 feet, 
center to center of railings, by the extension in con- 
crete of the existing approaches, piers and abutment 
on both the upstream and downstream side of the old 
bridge; for filling solid the new portions of the bridge 
with gravel filling and for surfacing the entire roadway 
of the new bridge, including the sidewalks. At the date 
of this report about 75 per cent of the work has been 
done. 

The construction of the approaches was not placed 
by the act in the hands of the commission, each munic- 



Public Works Department. 115 

ipality being required to build the approach on its 
side of the river. Plans for both approaches, however, 
were made by this division, that called for on the 
Dedham side, however, being prepared in consultation 
with its town engineer. 

The contract for the Boston approach was made with 
the George T. Rendle Company, under date of August 
5, 1915, and at the date of this report about 60 per cent 
of the work has been done. 

The contract for the Dedham approach was made 
with the same company having the contract for the 
Boston approach. 

This work has been carried on under the direction of 
the town engineer of Dedham and is in such condition 
that it could be readily finished at the time that the 
work on the bridge over the river is completed. 

Summer Street Bridge {over Fort Point Channel). 
The vertical planking of the channel face of the 
draw fender pier of this bridge extending to the Con- 
gress Street Bridge was repaired under contract with 
W. H. Ellis & Son Company, dated August 12, 1915, 
at a cost of $346.20. The work was completed Septem- 
ber 11, 1915. 

Summer Street Bridge {over New York, New Haven 
& Hartford Railroad). 

Under a contract made with W. A. Murtfeldt Com- 
pany, dated October 4, 1915, both the sidewalks above 
the plank flooring of this bridge have been rebuilt at a 
cost of $1.35 per square yard, the total amount paid 
under the contract being $2,417.85. A bond has been 
given guaranteeing the maintenance of these walks in 
good condition for a term of five years. The work was 
completed December 8, 1915. 

At the time this work was done the Bridge Service 
made such repairs as were found necessary to the plank 
flooring and cleaned out the continuous slots along each 
curb line which serve as scuppers for the surface water. 
The total cost of the work performed by the Bridge 
Service was $89.50. 

Winthrop Bridge {Breed's Island to Winthrop) . 
This bridge has been entirely rebuilt under authority 
of chapter 412 of the Acts of 1913. As stated in the 



116 City Document No. 26. 

last annual report, a contract was made and approved 
April 6, 1914, with Lawler Brothers, lowest bidder, for 
doing the entire work, and it was so far completed that 
travel was turned over the new bridge and the finished 
parts of the approaches on December 1, 1914. During 
the past year the work was prosecuted to a satisfactory 
completion on July 1, 1915. As final settlement has 
not yet been made with the contractor, no bill has 
been rendered the town of Winthrop for its proportion 
of the cost of the work. 

The new bridge and its approaches are located just 
north of the old bridge and consist of a pile structure 
200 feet in length and 50 feet in width across the channel 
and solid filled approaches of the same width with side 
slopes protected by stoiie ballast or slope paving where 
necessary. The pile bridge has a roadway 34 feet in 
width between curbs and two sidewalks each 8 feet wide. 
The roadway is paved with Metropolitan brick, the 
joints having been filled with hot asphalt. The founda- 
tion for the pavement is 5-inch yellow pine plank sup- 
ported by yellow pine stringers and caps resting on 
bents of oak piles. The plank floor is protected by four 
thicknesses of roofing felt mopped with asphalt and 
roofing pitch and covered with a mastic layer 1^ inches 
thick, made of sand, asphalt and roofing pitch. The 
faces of the curb timbers are protected with zinc flashing. 
The sidewalk surfaces are of 2-inch yellow pine plank, 
protected at the curbs by T irons. A substantial yellow 
pine railing is built at the outer edges of the sidewalks. 
The lengths of the approaches built under this contract, 
measured on the center lines of the roadway, were 
respectively on the Winthrop side 238 feet and on the 
Boston side 427 feet. Of this latter width, about 285 
feet was entirely paid for by the City of Boston under 
a separate item of the contract, the sum named in the 
contract being $5,220. The lower portion of the filling 
of the approaches was made with dredged material, 
excavated from the channel, which was required to be 
not less than 6 feet below city base for a width of 133 
feet with side slopes not steeper than 3 horizontal to 1 
vertical. The upper portion was filled with good clean 
gravel, well rolled. 

The roadway surface was constructed in accordance 
with Boston Standard Specifications of 1913 for tar 
macadam roadway, using Bermudez roadway asphalt 
binder. The edgestones were of granite and 3-foot wide 



Public Works Department. 117 

gutters were paved with granite blocks. The sidewalks 
have a crushed stone surface, well rolled. The fences 
were built on each side of the street, having cedar posts 
and spruce rails, painted with three coats of paint. The 
downstream slopes and faces of the channelway were 
paved with large stones not less than 2 square feet in 
area and at least 18 inches deep, very few pinners being 
allowed, this slope paving being carried below low water. 
The upstream faces of the slopes were covered with stone 
ballast to a depth of 2 feet. All slopes had an inclina- 
tion of 2 horizontal to 1 vertical and the paving and 
ballast extended to elevation 15 feet above city base. 
The contract price for the portion of the work to be 
paid jointly by the City of Boston and the town of 
Winthrop is $40,297. 



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. 

Boylston street, over Boston & Albany Railroad. 

Broadway, over Boston & Albany Railroad. 

* Broadway, over Fort Point channel. 
Brookline avenue, over Boston & Albany Railroad. 
Brooks street, Brighton. 

B>Ton street, over Boston, Revere Beach & Lynn Railroad. 
Charlesgate, in Fens, over Ipswich street. 

* Charlestown, from Boston to Charlestown. 



118 City Document No. 26. 

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

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

channel. 

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

& Hartford Railroad, Providence Division. 
Glen wood 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, in Fens, over waterway. 
Irvington street (footbridge), over New York, New Haven & 

Hartford Railroad, Providence Division. 

* L street, over Reserved channel. South Boston. 

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

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

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

* Northern avenue, over Fort Point channel. 

Shawmut avenue, over Boston & Albany Railroad and New 
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. 



Public Works Department. 119 

* 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. 

In Charge of Bridge and Ferry Division and Park and 
Recreation Department. 
Columbia road, over New York, New Haven & Hartford Rail- 
road, Old Colony Division. 
Columbia road, over Shoreham street. 

In Charge of Park and Recreation Department. 

Agassiz road, in Fens. 

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

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

Boylston street, in Fens, over waterway. 

Bridle path, in Riverway, over Muddy river. 

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

Castle Island. 

Charlesgate, in Fens, over Boston & Albany Railroad. 

Circuit drive, over Scarboro pond, in Franklin Park. 

Commonwealth avenue, in Fens, over waterway. 

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

Ellicott Arch, in Franklin Park. 

Fens, in Fens. 

Forest Hills entrance, in Franklin Park. 

Leverett pond (footbridge), in Olmsted Park. 

Neptune road, in Wood Island Park, over Boston, Revere 
Beach & Lynn Railroad. 

Pubhc 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. 
Winthrop, from Breed's Island to Winthrop. 



120 City Document No. 26. 



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. 

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 Caynhridge 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 which Boston Maintains the Whole or a 
Part of the Wearing Surface. 

In Charge of Bridge and Ferry Division. 

Austin street, over Boston & Maine Railroad, Charlestown. 

Bennington street, over Boston & Albany Railroad. 

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

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

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

Cambridge street, Charlestown, over Boston & Maine Railroad. 

Chelsea, over Boston & Maine Railroad. 

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

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



I 



Public Works Department. 121 

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 
Raih'oad, Midland Division, and Station street, Hyde 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 Haveii 
& Hartford Railroad, Hyde Park, 

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

Milton street, Hyde Park, over New York, New Ha^en & 
Hartford Railroad. 

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

New Allen street, Hyde Park, over New York, New Haven & 
Hartford Railroad. 

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. 

Perkins street (footbridge), over Boston & Maine Railroad. 

Porter street, over Boston & Albany Railroad. 

Prescott street, over Boston & Albany Raih'oad. 

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

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. 

Webster street (footbridge). 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 Waterto"UTi. 



122 City Document No. 26. 

VI. — Bridges Maintained by Railroad Corporations. 

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

2d.- — Boston & Maine and Boston & Albany Railroads. 
Main street. , 

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

4th. — 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, South Boston. 
Canterbury street. West Roxbury. 
Castle square. 

Centre and Mt. Vernon streets, West Roxbury. 
Columbus avenue. 
Dartmouth street. 



Public Works Department. 123 

Gardner street, West Roxbury. 

Harrison avenue. 

Park street, West Roxbury. 

Walworth street, West Roxbury. 

Washington street. 

West street, Hyde Park. 

West River street, Hyde Park. 

Recapitulation of Bridges. 
I. Number wholly maintained by Boston: 

In charge of Bridge and Ferry Division . 62 
In charge of Bridge and Ferry Division and 

Park and Recreation Department . . 2 
In charge of Park and Recreation Depart- 
ment 18 



III. Number of which Boston pays, a part of the 

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

Cambridge Bridges 

In charge of Commissioners for Granite 

Avenue Bridge 



— 82 



II. Number of which Boston maintains the part 
within its limits: 
In charge of Bridge and Ferry Division . 8 
In charge of Park and Recreation Depart- 
ment 5 



— 13 



13 



IV. Number of which Boston maintains the whole 

or a part of the wearing surface . . 33 

V. Number maintained by Metropolitan Park 

Commission 3 

VI. Number maintained by- railroad corporations: 

1. Boston & Albany Railroad ... 5 

2. Boston & Maine and Boston & Albany 

Railroads 1 

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 . , 18 

— 41 

Total number . . .• 185 



124 



City Document No. 26. 



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Table Showing the Widths of Channelways for Vessels in all Bridges 
Provided with Draws in the City of Boston in January, 1916. 



Name of Bridge. 


Location. 


o 


Width. 


* Anderson 


Brighton to Cambridge 




45 


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Boston Elevated Railway 


Boston to East Cambridge 




4.5 


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Boston & Maine Railroad, Eastern 
Division. 


Boston to Charlestown 




39 


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Division. 


Boston to Charlestown 




36 


" 9 


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


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36 


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Boston & Maine Railroad (freight). 
Southern Division. 


Boston to East Cambridge 




40 


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Boston & Maine Railroad (passenger), 
Southern Division. 


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39 


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Boston & Maine Railroad, Western 
Division. 


Boston to Charlestown 




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Broadway 


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50 


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t Brookline street 


Brighton to Cambridge 




40 


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Brighton to Cambridge 




36 


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Boston to East Cambridge 

Boston to Charlestown j 


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Dorchester to Milton 




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t Drawless channelway; clear headroom of 28 feet above basin level. 



126 



City Document No. 26. 



Table Showing Widths of Channelways, etc. — Concluded. 



Name of Bridge. 


Location. 


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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 Port Point channel 

Charlestown to Cambridge ..... 

Over Fort Point channel 

Boston to Charlestown 

Brighton to Cambridge 

Brighton to Watertown 


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50 " 




100 " 




36 " 


New York, New Haven & Hartford 
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New York, New Haven & Hartford 
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41 " 8 " 
51 " 
30 " 




75 " 3 " 




37 " 5 " 


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36 " 


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128 City Document No. 26. 



ELEVATIONS AND DATUM PLANES REFERRED 
TO BOSTON CITY BASE. 



Feet. 

* 0.00 Boston city base. This base is used by the 
towns of Brookline and Watertown and the 
cities of Chelsea, Everett, Maiden, Newton 
and Waltham. 
— 4.98 Cambridge city base. 
+0 . 64 Somerville city base. 

0.00 Metropolitan Park Commission base. 
-j-0 . 60 Harbor and Land Commission and Directors 
of the Port of Boston base. 
0.00 Metropolitan Water Board base. 
— 100.00 Metropolitan Sewerage Board base. 
— 100.00 Boston Transit Commission base. 
— 100.00 Charles River Commission base. 

15.45 Old bench mark on coping of old dry dock at 

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

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

abandoned. 
0.00 Mean low water about 1830. f 
+0.34 Mean low water, 1867. f 
+0.79 Mean low water, 1902. f 
+0.58 Navy Yard base, 1902.t 
10.63 Mean high water, 1902.t 
5.71 Mean sea level, 1902.1 
9.84 Mean rise and fall of tide, 1902.t 

* Definition of Boston city base: "Boston city base is a datum plane 1^ feet above the 
average height of the sill of the Charlestown dry dock." (Page 552, report of Committee 
on Charles River Dam, 1903.) 

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



Public Works Department. 



129 



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 waterfront. 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. 

* See previous table. 



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



F. P. Spalding. 



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



130 



City Document No. 26. 



High Tides. — Concluded. 

Where Taken. 

North Ferry, Boston proper (a. m.) 
North Ferry, Boston proper (p. m.) 

North Ferry, Boston proper 

Maiden Bridge 

North Ferry, Boston proper 

Granite Avenue Bridge 



Feet. 



Date. 



By Whom. 



15.50 


Dec. 


26, 


1909.... 


11.90 


Dec. 


26, 


1909.... 


13.50 


Dec. 


26, 


1913.... 


13.90 


Nov 


20, 


1914.... 


14.30 


Jan. 


13, 


1915.... 


14.62 


Jan. 


13, 


1915.... 



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

F. P. Spalding. 

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 


Mar. 23,1905.... 


Deer Island, metropolitan sewer station 


Self-recording gauge. 



Public Works Department. 131 



FERRY SERVICE. 



Three piles were driven in the coal dock, South Ferry, 
East Boston, and three more in the hospital dock, south 
side. 

A jet condenser was installed on the ''Governor 
Russell." This boat was also equipped with a new 
type of gate which has been very satisfactory in service. 

An entire new end was built on the "Noddle Island," 
chiefly by employees of the Ferry Service. The main 
decks were planked on the ''General Hancock," "Noddle 
Island" and "Governor Russell." 

Additional life preservers have been placed in all the 
boats under orders from the United States steamboat 
inspectors. Minor repairs have also been made on 
both drops and boats. 

The following steam ferryboats are in commission: 

When . Gross 

Name. Built. ' Kind. Length. Tonnage. 

D. D. Kelly 1879 Side wheel 160 ft. 3 in. 550 

Hugh O'Brien 1883 " 175 " 3 " 645 

General Hancock 1887 " 160 " 3 " 577 

Governor Russell 1898 PropeUer 164 " 3 « 713 

Noddle Island 1899 " 164 " 3 " 710 

General Sumner 1900 " 164 " 3 " 703 

John H. Sulhvan 1912 " 172 " 3 " 826 

Financial Statement for the Year Ending 

January 31, 1916. 

1. Receipts. 

Total cash receipts during the year . . . $105,957 76 
Cash in hands of tollmen at beginning of year . 200 00 

Cash in hands of cashier February 1, 1915 . . 395 59 



,553 35 



Cash paid over to City Collector . $106,070 61 
Cash in hands of tollmen January 

31, 1916 200 00 

Cash in hands of cashier January 

31, 1916 282 74 



$106,553 35 



132 



City Document No. 26. 



2. Appropriations and Expenditures. 

Balance unexpended from previous years (special 
appropriation) 

Received from special appropriation for Aux- 
iliary lighting plant 

Received from annual appropriation 

Received from revenue for cash applied to ap 
, propriation 

Received by transfer from appropriation for 
Bridge Service 

Total appropriations .... 
Total expenditures 

Balance unexpended (special appropriations) 



$15 60 

2,000 00 
255,000 00 

272 15 

21,776 32 

$279,064 07 
277,048 47 

$2,015 60 



Receipts for the year (net income) 

Ordinary expenses .... 

Interest paid on ferry debt 

Depreciation of ferryboats 

Depreciation of machinery and 
tools 

Depreciation of real estate, per asses- 
sors 

Decrease in stock of supplies . 


$277,048 47 
15,455 00 
14,191 63 

335 00 

100 00 
7,571 65 


$105,957 76 



Net outgo for the year 
Net loss for the year 



314,701 75 



,743 99 



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



January 31, 
1912. 



January 31, 
1913. 



January 31, 
1914. 



January 31, 
1915. 



January 31, 
1916. 



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

Rents receivable 

Fuel and supplies in stock . 



City Treasurer (balance of appro- 
priation) 



Ferryboats (less depreciation) 

Machinery and tools (less deprecia- 
tion) 



Real estate, land and buildings 
(assessors' valuation) 



Total tangible assets. 



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



Deficiency of assets (loss) , 
Totals 



Liabilities. 

Capital invested by the City of 
Boston to date 



Appropriations account (credit 
balance) 



Total liabilities. 



$200 00 



8,440 00 

110,498 24 
216,769 72 

3,753 95 

641,800 00 



$200 00 

22 00 

10,877 63 

8,048 11 
267,685 78 

3,378 55 

641,800 00 



$390 06 

200 00 

22 00 

9,265 62 

515 60 
251,624 63 

3,040 69 

610,200 00 



$981,461 91 

315,815 68 
3,677,838 48 



$932,012 07 

315,815 68 
3,905,960 81 



$875,258 60 

315,815 68 
4,150,659 65 



$4,975,116 07 



$5,153,788 56 



,341,733 93 



$4,864,617 83 
110,498 24 



$5,145,740 45 
8,048 11 



5,341,218 33 
515 60 



1,975,116 07 



$5,153,788 56 



$5,.341,7.33 93 



$395 59 

200 00 

39 00 

14,375 75 

15 60 
236,527 15 

3,350 00 

610,200 00 



$282 74 

200 00 

42 90 

6,804 10 

2,015 60 
222,335 52 

3,015 00 

610,100 00 



$865,103 09 

315,815 68 

4,364,388 68 



$844,795 86 

315,815 68 
4,573,128 77 



$5,545,307 45 



,545,291 85 
15 60 



$5.733,740 31 

$5,731,724 71 
2,015 60 



,545,307 45 



$5,733,740 31 



Details of Capital Invested by the City of Boston. 



Total expenditures to date, per ferry 
books 

Interest on debt for the year (per 


$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 

15,815 00 

279,148 85 


$12,580,429 67 
15,455 00 


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


279,148 85 


Total expenditures ^ 

Deduct total receipts paid to col- 
lector 2 


$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 
7,037,238 20 


$12,875,033 52 
7,143,308 81 


Excess of expenditures, capital 


$4,864,617 83 


$5,145,740 45 


$5,341,218 33 


$5,545,291 85 


$5,731,724 71 















1 See footnote 4 under Table 4. 

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



Public Works Department. 137 



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 . . . 1,139,987 94 

Expenditures for fuel 1,658,028 36 

Expenditures for salaries and wages . . . 6,106,728 20 

Expenditures for all other purposes . . . 1,929,181 58 

$12,935,312 08 

Total Receipts from Ferries Since 1858-59. 

Receipts from rents, etc., previous to purchase 

of ferries $29,588 56 

Receipts from ferry tolls since purchase of 

ferries ......... 6,905,346 25 

Receipts from rents since purchase of ferries . 65,727 89 

Receipts from sales of ferryboats . . 149,067 44 

Receipts from all other sources, per ferry books, 23,605 12 
Receipts from all other sources, additional, per 

auditor 30,734 85 



Total receipts from all sources . . . $7,204,070 11 
Less amount with tollmen as capital, $200 00 
Less amount on hand with cashier at 

close of the year . . . . 282 74 

482 74 



Total receipts per auditor's figures . . $7,203,587 37 

Regular Annual (Ordinary) and Special Appro- 
priations (Extraordinary) of the Ferry Serv- 
ice FOR THE Year Ending January 31, 1916. 

Appropriations (regular) for the year ending 

January 31, 1916 $277,048 47 

Amount of expenditures for the year . . $277,048 47 



138 



City Document No. 26. 



Special Appropriations. 

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

Amount expended from May 27, 1902, to 
January 31, 1916 

Unexpended balance of the appropriation Janu- 
uary 31, 1916 

Appropriation authorized and issued July 19, 

1915, for auxiliary lighting plant . 
Amount expended to January 31, 1916 

Unexpended balance of the appropriation Jan- 
uary 31, 1916 



$100,000 00 
99,984 40 



$15 60 


$2,000 00 
00 


$2,000 00 



Statement SHOWiistG Receipts at Each Ferry. 
North Ferry. 



From Tollmen. 


Foot 
Passengers. 


From 
Tickets. 


Totals. 


Boston side 


$15,704 62 
14,832 03 


$5,534 50 
7,765 50 


$21,239 12 


East Boston side 


22,597 53 








$30,536 65 


$13,300 00 


$43,836 65 



From tollmen 

From gatemen: 

For 103,684 foot passengers at 1 
cent 

For cash fares for teams 



$1,036 84 
10,673 06 



$43,836 65 



11,709 90 



Total at North Ferry 



,546 55 





South Ferry. 






From Tollmen. 


Foot 
Passengers. 


From 
Tickets. 


Totals. 


Boston side 


$12,211 41 
11,537 61 


$6,316 00 
4,446-50 


$18,527 41 
15,984 11 


East Boston side 








$23,749 02 


$10,762 50 


$34,511 52 



Public Works Department. 



From tollmen 

From gatemen : 

For 89,833 foot passengers at 1 
cent 

For cash fares for teams 



Total at South Ferry 



$898 33 
11,007 95 



139 
,511 52 

11,906 28 
,417 80 



North and South Ferries as above . 

Tickets paid for at ferry office 

Received in heu of free ferries July 4, 1915 



Rents for the year 

Sale of old material 

Commissions on public telephone receipts 
Headhouse privileges .... 
Reimbursement for damage 
Revenue for cash applied to appropriation 



$101,964 35 

2,251 40 

1 00 


$104,216 75 
560 10 


258 


16 


49 


85 


600 


00 




75 


272 


15 



$105,957 76 



Statement of Travel on the Ferries from February 1, 
1915, TO January 31, 1916, Inclusive. 

North 



Foot passengers at 1 cent each 
Foot passengers by ticket 
Foot passengers free . 

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 paying foot passengers . 
Total free foot passengers 

Total foot passengers carried 



Ferry. 

3,157,349 

37,155 

303 



550,557 



South 
Ferry. 



2,464,735 

16,879 

1,750 



3,194,807 2,483,364 



337,823 

150,636 

3,048 

1,729 


306,488 

126,214 

2,362 

2,778 


48,705 
.1,713 


35,684 

1,482 

4 


6,923 


3,921 



478,933 

5,676,118 
2,053 

5,678,171 



140 



City Document No. 26. 



* Total paying teams 
Free teams . 



1,018,666 
10,844 

1,029,510 



* Note. — Included in above team traffic are: 
32,35G runabout automobiles. 
76,272 touring cars. 
76,910 auto trucks. 



185,538 



Total Travel on Both Ferries from February 1, 
1910, to January 31, 1916. 





1910-11. 


1911-12. 


1912-13. 


1913-14. 


1914-15. 


1915-16. 




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 

248,464 

6,125 

4,739 

83,253 

2,231 

4 


644,311 




276,850 




5,410 


Four-horse teams 


4,507 


Two-horse carriages and hacks. 
Two-cent tolls for handcarts, etc. 
Dragwheels, etc 


84,389 

3,195 

4 


Paid teams at both ferries 

Free teams at both ferries 


934,291 
5,386 


946,144 
8,134 


995,101 
14,541 


969,655 
12,954 


968,324 
11,028 


1,018,666 
10,844 


Total teams at both ferries 


939,677 


954,278 


1,009,642 


982,609 


979,352 


1,029,510 


Foot passengers, paid 

Foot passengers, free 


6,313,696 

3,827 


6,007,367 
3,554 


5,950,153 
2,551 


6,044,507 
2,509 


6,024,082 

885 


5,676,118 
2,053 


Total foot passengers 


6,317,523 


6,010,921 


5,952,704 


6,047,016 


6,024,967 


5,678,171 



Public Works Department. 141 



APPENDIX C. 



REPORT OF THE DIVISION ENGINEER OF THE 
HIGHWAY DIVISION. 



Boston, February 1, 1916. 

Mr. E. F. Murphy, 

Commissioner of Public Works: 

Dear Sir, — A statement of the income, expenditures 
and operations of the Highway Division of the Pubhc 
Works Department for the year 1915 is submitted here- 
with, and includes in addition to the Lighting, Paving, 
Sanitary and Street Cleaning and Oiling Services, the 
Sewer and Water Services. These latter services were 
a separate division under the supervision of a division 
engineer. Just before the close of the year they were 
merged with the Highway Division and the division 
-engineer was given supervision over all the above-named 
services. The maintenance expenditures of the High- 
way Division for the year were as follows : 



Lighting Service .... 
Paving Service .... 

Sanitary Service .... 
Street Cleaning and Oiling Service 

Sewer Service 

Water Service 



$739,599 62 

1,099,588 32 

1,042,315 06 

690,633 56 

339,446 62 

904,135 19 

H,815,718 37 



Lighting Service. 

The tables under the Lighting Service show an increase 
in the number of lights installed in the public streets, 
causing a considerable increase in the annual expenditures 
for this purpose. 

The most important improvement made by this 
service during the year was the installation of the boule- 
vard type of lamps on Broadway, from Dorchester 
avenue to Dorchester street, South Boston. This being 



142 City Document No. 26. 

a residential as well as a business section, the improve- 
ment is much appreciated by residents and storekeepers. 
There are now on file in this office applications for the 
installation of this type of lamp for the business sections 
of East Boston and Roxbury. 

Paving Service. 

For the first time in the history of the department a 
special appropriation, amounting to $100,000, was made 
for the construction of artificial stone sidewalks. This 
sum does not include the artificial stone sidewalk work 
done in connection with the construction of new streets 
laid out by the Board of Street Commissioners. 

All macadam streets resurfaced and new macadam 
streets constructed were of a bituminous nature, tar and 
asphalt binders, penetration method, being used. 

Contracts made during the year for the construction 
of streets laid out by the Board of Street Commissioners 
comprised twenty-five (25) asphalt, thirteen (13) bitu- 
lithic and fifty-nine (59) bituminous macadam. As 
most of these streets are in residential sections and not 
subjected to heavy team travel it is expected that the 
cost of maintenance for the first ten years will be very 
slight. 

Hassam block pavement was laid in Braintree street, 
Brighton, and a section of L street. South Boston, was 
paved with granite block on a gravel base, with cement 
grout joints. 

The failure of the City Council to make an appropria- 
tion for permanent pavements in the business section 
of the city was unfortunate, as many streets are very 
much in need of new pavements. It will require at 
least five hundred thousand dollars each year for the 
next five years to put the streets in a satisfactory 
condition. 

Sanitaey Service. 

The receiving station for ashes at Ward street has 
been finished and will be in operation early in the coming 
season. The cost of collecting ashes in the Roxbury 
district and hauling to Southampton street will be con- 
siderably reduced by the use of this receiving station. 

The equipment has been improved by the purchase 
of six low-down body offal wagons, with a capacity of 
110 cubic feet each. 



Public Works Department. 143 

Street Cleaning Service. 

The past season was a rather wet one and as a result 
less oil was used on the streets than in preceding years. 
Only streets paved with granite block, asphalt or other 
form of smooth pavement have been watered, all other 
streets being oiled, the number of applications given 
being dependent upon traffic and other conditions. 

The equipment has been maintained by the purchase 
of a number of horses to replace those that died or were 
killed as being unfit for use. 

Street watering by car sprinklers was tried for the 
first time during the past year, a contract being made 
for sprinkling certain streets with car lines. Two cars 
were used and the price paid was five hundred fifty 
dollars (S550) a car a month. 

There should be an addition made to the equipment 
during the coming year by the purchase of a motor- 
driven pick-up sweeping machine, horse-driven sweeping 
machines, horses, carts, etc., in order to do the work 
more satisfactorily. 

Sewer Service. 

Old wooden sewers have been replaced in Beach, South, 
Lincoln, Kingston, East, Kilby, Water and Broad streets 
with new concrete sewers. 

The new pumping station at Union Park and Albany 
streets was put in operation July 1, and has been oper- 
ated successfully during several heavy storms at high 
tide. 

In South Boston considerable work has been done on 
account of the building of the Dorchester Tunnel. 

An outlet built in the Boston & Albany Railroad 
freight yard at Orleans street furnished an outlet for 
sewerage from the area bounded by Porter, Boardman 
and Prescott streets and the Boston, Revere Beach & 
Lynn Railroad. 

The outlets in Beach and Hamblen streets, Charles- 
town were extended to tide water. 

Among the many other sewerage works constructed 
during the year may be mentioned the Davenport 
brook, Faneuil Valley brook and Dent Street brook. 
Stony brook conduit. Section 9, is now being constructed 
under contract. 



144 



City Document No. 26. 



Water Service. 

The past year has been a busy one in this service on 
account of the numerous apphcations for water for new 
buildings in the outlying sections, viz.: 15,782 linear 
feet in Dorchester, 16,192 linear feet in West Roxbury, 
9,244 linear feet in Brighton and 3,390 linear feet in 
Hyde Park, the size of pipe varying from 8 to 12 inches 
in diameter. There are now about 54,433 meters in 
service, leaving approximately 35,000 to be installed, 
that section of the city lying north of Massachusetts 
avenue having been metered during the year. The con- 
sumption for 1915 was the lowest since 1904 and is 
attributable to the installation of meters and the vigi- 
lance of the waste prevention force. 

Respectfully submitted, 

James H. Sullivan, 

Division Engineer. 



FINANCIAL STATEMENT, HIGHWAY DIVISION. 

Receipts. ■ 
Lighting Service. 



Appropriation . . . 

Transfers from other appropriations 
Lighting Boston and Cambridge bridges 

Paving Service. 

Appropriation 

Removing snow .... $500 00 

Sale of gasolene . . . 181 13 

Refund overpayment . . 17 50 

Inspector's service . 2,355 52 

Teaming 42 86 

Work done and materials fur- 
nished 22,693 70 

Care of horses .... 1,157 50 

Sale of old materials . . 2,088 89 

Rebate on motor vehicles . 200 00 

Hire of steam roller . . . 901 63 



$710,000 00 

28,555 96 

1,043 66 



$1,136,368 00 



Transfers to other appropriations . 

Sanitary Service. 

Appropriation 

Sale of tickets for removal of 

refuse $56,404 04 



30,138 73 

1,166,506 73 
66,918 41 



$874,986 00 



$739,599 62 



1,099,588 32 



Public Works Department. 



145 



Work done and materials 

nished . 
Rebate on motor vehicle . 
Sale of signs 

Transfers from other appr 


fur- 

. $49,240 67 
50 00 
22 41 


$105,717 12 
61,611 94 




opriations 




$1,042,315 06 


Street Cleaning and Oiling Service. 




Appropriation . 

Removing street dirt 

Teaming 

Sale of horses 

Oiling street? 

Rebate on motor vehicles 

Sale of material 

Work done and materials 

nished . 
Board of horses . 


$708 75 

37 87 

325 00 

25 00 

150 00 

141 57 

fur- 

20 13 
729 00 


$725,372 00 
2,137 32 










Transfers to other appropriations . 




$727,509 32 
36,875 76 


690,633 56 






Sewer Service. 








Appropriation 

Work done and materials 

nished . 
Sale of material 
Board of horse . 
Sale of carriage . 
Sale of gasolene 
Rebate on motor vehicle 
Telephone tolls . 
Teaming 

Inspector's service . 
Removing snow 
Services of electrician 


fur- 

. ■ $1,093 35 

2,040 89 

36 10 

25 00 

1,337 41 

100 00 

8 62 

3 10 

946 29 

182 86 

16 10 


$335,298 50 

5,789 72 
3,358 40 




Transfers from other appi 


•opriations 






Transfers to other appropriations . 


$344,446 62 
5,000 00 


339,446 62 






Water Service. 








Appropriation 

Transfers to city treasury 




$910,810 00 

6,674 81 


904,135 19 












$4,815,718 37 


Expenditures. 






Lighting Service 

Paving Service 

Sanitary Service 

Street Cleaning and Oiling Service 

Sewer Service 

Water Service 




$739,599 62 

1,099,588 32 

1,042,315 06 

690,633 56 

339,446 62 

904,135 19 


14,815,718 37 




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146 



City Documext Xo. 26. 



Special Appropriations. 



Balances 

from 

1914-15 and 

New 

Appropriation. 



Exi)enditiire3 
for 1915-16. 



t nespended 
Balances. 



Highways, Making of 

Granolithiic Sidewalks 

Refuse Destructor Site, Spectacle Island . 

Refuse Transfer Station 

Separate Systems of Drainage 

Sewerage Works 

High Pressure Fire Service 

Service Mains and Relaying Mai n s 

Avery, Mason and Washington streets. . 

East First Street Extension 

Harvard Avenue, Brighton 



100,000 00 

15,000 00 

1 

19,903 3"' 

522,340 40 

865,101 68' 

1 

389,047 90, 

184,470 24 



S507,266 58 
73,772 25 



18,333 21 

357,547 19' 

631,566 15 

145,945 87l 

49,455 84| 

2,043 18 

8,064 751 

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1,570 


16 


164,793 


21 


233,535 


53 


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HIGHWAY DIVISIOX — LIGHTING SERVICE. 

FlXAXCL\L StATEMEXT. 

Expenditures, February 1, 1915, to January 31, 1916. 
Electric Lighting: 

Arc. 
Edison Electric lUiiminating Com- 
pany . . . . . . S400,.333 19 

Charlestown Gas and Electric Com- 
pany 24.485 84 

Incandescent. 

Edison Electric Illuminating Com- 
pany 879,870 -11 

Charlestown Gas and Electric Com- 
pany 20 56 



8424.819 03 



Gas Lighting: 

Boston Consolidated Gas Com- 
pany S196J90 90 

Charlestown Gas and Electric 

Company 11,107 77 



Salaries and Wages: 

Di\'ision engineer (part of) 

■Super^'isor 

Inspectors 



81.250 00 

1,695 00 

910 00 



'9,890 97 



207,898 67 



Public Works Department. 147 



Messengers and watchmen . 
Engineers (expert services) . 
Pensions 

Automobile Expenses: 

Gasolene, oil, etc 

Tubes and shoes, new and repairs, 

Supphes 

Registration 

Repairs 

Wages of chauffeur 

Automatic Lighting: 

Installation of 250 automatic lamps 

Construction: 

Lamp-posts 

Electric changes .... 

Printing, etc.: 

Printing 

Postage 

Stationery and periodicals . 

Miscellaneous: 

Traveling expenses 
Telephone rentals, etc. . 

Atlas 

Stenographer's report of public 

hearings 

Tools, etc 

Advertising 


$1,319 76 

11,834 12 

207 00 


$17,215 88 

2,089 80 
3,000 00 

3,638 18 

286 81 

760 28 


$208 50 

306 44 

69 90 

10 00 

402 96 

1,092 00 


$11 00 
3,627 18 

$95 54 

32 90 

158 37 


$81 40 
35 30 
38 33 

599 84 
1 31 
4 10 




al Revenue. 

~opriation 
es 


Revenue Credited to Gener 
Rent of shop, Albany street . 

Revenue Credited to Appi 
Lighting Boston and Cambridge Bridg 


$739,599 62 

$300 00 

$1,043 66 



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

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



148 



City Document No. 26. 



Sixty-nine magnetite arc lamps of the boulevard 
type, the same as on Huntington avenue, city proper, 
have been installed on Broadway, between Dorchester 
avenue and Dorchester street. South Boston. 

Three magnetite arc lamps and 110 incandescent 
lamps were transferred from the Boston and Cambridge 
Bridge Commission to the Lighting Service. 

The usual amount of regulation and relocation of 
lamps and services, made necessary by street construc- 
tion, the 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 1915 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: 

Miles. 

Public streets and alleys 584.56 

Public footways 1.14 

Park roads, footways and private streets and alleys, 

approximately 300.00 



885.70 



During the year the following defects were reported 
by the police: Arc lamps, 5,614; incandescent, 1,090, and 
gas lamps, 541. 

Lamps Installed. 



Magnetite arc lamps 
Tungsten lamps 
Single mantle gas lamps 
Fire alarm gas lamps 



Lamps Discoxtixued. 



Magnetite arc lamps 
Flame arc lamps 
Tungsten lamps 
Single mantle gas lamps 
Double mantle gas lamps 
Three mantle gas lamps 



175 

283 

148 

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173 



Net increase 



436 



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The following table shows the number of lamps of 
the various types in use on January 1, 1916, as com- 
pared with the number in use on January 1, 1915: 





January, 
1916. 


January, 
1915. 


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146 

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18,909 


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Street Lamp Outage. 

Rebates for lamps not lighted on schedule time or 
out before the proper time have been received on the 
various monthly bills, as follows : 



Date. 


Incandescent. 


Gas. 


Arc. 


February, 1915 


$1 54 
6 97 
3 63 

2 58 

3 96 
75 

1 07 
11 58 

3 58 

4 03 
11 87 
30 36 


$11 15 

20 28 
7 99 
4 63 
1 98 
1 31 
1 22 
1 30 

3 95 
1 58 

4 22 

5 42 


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March 


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AprU 


102 48 


May 


75 55 


June 


73 12 


July 


69 13 


August 


46 28 


September 


101 63 


October 


91 12 


November 


112 74 


December 


141 82 


January, 1916 


121 05 






Totals 


$81 92 


$65 03 


$1,236 87 





Gas Lighting. 

There are in use 9,652 single mantle gas lamps, 70 
double mantle lamps and 146 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. 151 

pipes and posts in good condition and repair, furnish 
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. 



152 



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There are in use 5,059 magnetite arc lamps, 23 flame 
arc lamps, 3,096 50-watt, 1,262 75-watt, 10 100-watt, 
4 125-watt and 6 400-watt tmigsten lamps. 

The electric companies provide and set the lamp- 
posts, except the lamp-posts for incandescent lamps 
supphed from underground circuits, furnish lamps, over- 
head wires, underground conduits, cables and connec- 
tions and all other necessary equipment and maintain 
tjiem in good condition and repair. 

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with the following table: 



Description of Lamp. 


Fixed Costs 
per Lamp 
per Year. 


Running 

Costs per 

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


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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. 

East First street, from West First street to H street, is about 
695 feet in length. (See ''Assessment Streets.") 

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

L street, from East First street across East Broadway, for a 
distance of about 948 feet, was paved with new granite block, 
grout joints, gravel base, by Thomas Kelley, under a contract 
dated June 10, 1915. The contractor did the excavating, reset 
the edgestone, repaved the brick sidewalks and relaid the flag- 
ging crosswalks. The city furnished the flagging, circular 
edgestone and sidewalk bricks and the contractor furnished the 
granite blocks and all other materials necessary to do the work. 
The contractor hauled all surplus material to the South Boston 
Paving Yard. The car track area was repaved by the Boston 
Elevated Railway Company, the westerly track area on a con- 
crete base and the easterly track area on a gravel base. The 
former surface of the street was macadam. 

Ulmer street, from Arklow street southerly, is about 76 feet in 
length. (See ''Assessment Streets.") 

Hassam Block Pavement. 

Braintree street, from Franklin street to Everett street, is 
about 1,405 feet in length. The contract for paving this street 
with Hassam block pavement on a Portland cement concrete 
base was awarded to James Doherty, April 5, 1915. It is a 
forty (40) foot street, with seven (7) foot sidewalks. The con- 
tractor set the edgestone, resetting the existing edgestone where 
necessary, and constructed artificial stone sidewalks, which 
were laid under a five (5) year maintenance guaranty. The 
city furnished the edgestone, corners and flagging; the con- 
tractor furnished all other materials necessary to do the work, 
did the excavating and hauled all surplus material to the Chest- 
nut Hill Avenue Paving Yard. The former surface of the street 
was macadam. 

Dempster street, from Ruggles street to Halleck street, is about 
812 feet in length. (See "Assessment Streets.") 

Public Alley No. 809, from Batavia street to Gainsborough 
street, is about 220 feet in length. (See "Assessment Streets.") 

Public Alley No. 810, from Public Alley 809 to Pubhc Alley 
811, is about 640 feet in length. (See "Assessment Streets.") 



156 City Document No. 26. 

Public Alley No. 811, from Batavia street to Gainsborough 
street, is about 190 feet in length. (See "Assessment Streets.") 

Sturtevant street, from Park street to Gibson street, is about 
560 feet in length. (See "Assessment Streets.") 

Asphalt Pavement. 

Chase street, from East Cottage street to Willis street, is about 
305 feet in length. (See "Assessment Streets.") 

Claxton street, from Blue Hill avenue to Callender street, is 
about 1,203 feet in length. (See "Assessment Streets.") 

Dane street, from Holbrook street to Orchard street, is about 
598 feet in length. (See "Assessment Streets.") 

Dunlap street, from Washington street to Whitfield street, 
is about 804 feet in length. (See "Assessment Streets.") 

Elgiii street, from Centre street to West Roxbury Branch 
Railroad, is about 598 feet in length. (See "Assessment 
Streets.") 

Fabyan street, from Blue Hill avenue to Harvard street, is 
about 712 feet in length. (See "Assessment Streets.") 

Glendower road, from Kittredge street to Poplar street, is 
about 1,925 feet in length. (See "Assessment Streets.") 

Hamlet street, from Columbia road to Belclen street, is about 
420 feet in length. (See "Assessment Streets.") 

Helen street, from Talbot avenue to Bernard street, is about 
356 feet in length. (See "Assessment Streets.") 

Hopestill street, from Aspinwall road to Southern avenue, is 
about 316 feet in length. (See "Assessment Streets.") 

Jones avenue, from Mascot street to Ballou avenue, is about 
993 feet in length. (See "Assessment Streets.") 

Kenney street, from Day street 500 feet northwesterly. (See 
"Assessment Streets.") 

Leslie street, from Dix street to Centre street, is about 378 
feet in length. (See "Assessment Streets.") 

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

Mayhew street, froni Boston street to Rosecliff street, is 
about 863 feet in length. (See "Assessment Streets.") 

Normandy street, from Seaver street to Columbia road, is 
about 470 feet in length. (See "Assessment Streets.") 

Peacevale road, from Norfolk street to Dunbar avenue, is 
about 809 feet in length. (See "Assessment Streets.") 

Prince street, from Pond street to the Arborway, is about 
1,393 feet in length. (See "Assessment Streets.") 

Roseivood street, from Orchard street to Randolph avenue, 
is about 1,529 feet in length. (See "Assessment Streets.") 

St. William street, from Dorchester avenue to Auckland 
street, is about 327 feet in length. (See "Assessment Streets.") 

Trejit street, from Coleman street to Clarkson street, is about 
228 feet in length. (See "Assessment Streets.") 



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

Worthington street, from Longwood avenue to the Fenway, is 
about 1,161 feet in length. (See "Assessment Streets.") 

Wood Block Pavement. 

Boylston street, from Tremont street across Boylston place, 
about 367 feet in length, was paved with wood iDlock on the 
old concrete base, under a five (5) year maintenance guaranty^ 
by Fred S. Gore, under his contract dated March 26, 1915. 
The city furnished the edgestone and the contractor furnished 
all other materials necessary to do the work. The contractor 
removed the old asphalt surface, regulated the old concrete 
base, hauled the old granite paving blocks to the Massachusetts 
avenue lot and did all the work necessary to lay the new pave- 
ment. 

Tremont street, from Scollay square to Boylston street, is 
about 2,838 feet in length. A contract to pave this street 
with wood blocks, under a five (5) year maintenance guaranty 
was awarded to Coleman Brothers June 11, 1915. The con- 
tractor removed the old asphalt surface and regulated the old 
concrete base, relaid the flagging crosswalks, reset edgestone 
where necessary and relaid some artificial stone sidewalk. The 
contractor also furnished and laid the wood block. Between 
Temple place and Park street, on the westerly side of the street, 
the old wood blocks laid in 1900 were not disturbed, the same 
being in good condition. The city furnished the flagging for 
crosswalks and a few vitrified bricks. All other materials used 
were furnished by the contractor, who hauled all surplus and 
unused material to the Massachusetts avenue lot. 

BiTULiTHic Pavement. 

Birch street, from Penfield street to 307 feet northeast of 
Dudley avenue, with the exception of the intersection of Albano 
street, is about 767 feet in length. (See "Assessment Streets.") 

Claybourne street, from Park street to 210 feet south of 
Dakota street, is about 917 feet in length. (See "Assessment 
Streets.") 

Grace street, from Walton street to Roslin street, is about 315 
feet in length. (See "Assessment Streets.") 

Rowland street, from Harold street 428 feet easterly. (See 
"Assessment Streets.") 

Idlewild street, from Conmionwealth avenue to Brainerd 
road, is about 384 feet in length. (See "Assessment Streets.") 

Lingard street, from Magnolia street to Hartford street, is 
about 672 feet in length. (See "Assessment Streets.") 

Mackin street, from Western avenue to Waverly street, is 
about 303 feet in length. (See "Assessment Streets.") 



158 City Document No. 26. 

Melvinside terrace, from Dorchester avenue to Minton street, 
is about 200 feet in length. (See "Assessment Streets.") 

Montebello road, from Forest Hills street to Walnut avenue, 
is about 1,087 feet in length. (See "Assessment Streets.") 

Perth street, from Quincy street to Fayston street, is about 
230 feet in length. (See "Assessment Streets.") 

Powellton road, from Columbia road to Glenarm street, is 
about 332 feet in length. (See "Assessment Streets.") 

Raven street, from Crescent avenue southerly, is about 444 
feet in length. (See "Assessment Streets.") 

Ridgewood street, from Topliff street to Draper street, is 
about 1,075 feet in length. (See "Assessment Streets.") 

Brick Block Pavement. 

Public alley No. 908, from Massachusetts avenue to Marl- 
borough street, is about 545 feet in length. (See "Assessment 
Streets.") 

Roman Road. 

Castlegate road, from Blue Hill avenue to Normandy street, 
is about 462 feet in length. (See "Assessment Streets.") 

Assessment Streets. 

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

Alhano street, from Washington street to Amherst street, is 
about 749 feet in length. The contract for constructing the 
surface of this street was awarded to the West Roxbury Trap 
Rock Company, December 2, 1914. Work was begun April 
7, 1915, and completed June 26, 1915. It is a forty (40) foot 
street with a six (6) inch tar macada.m road, three (3) foot 
granite block gutters, from Washington street to Birch street, 
flagging crosswalks, granite edgestone and artificial stone side- 
walks seven (7) feet in width, laid under a five (5) year main- 
tenance guaranty. The straight edgestone and corners were 
furnished by the city and hauled by the contractor, a small 
part being delivered on the work by the city. The circular 
edgestone was furnished by the city on the line of the work. 
The flagging was furnished by the city and hauled by the con- 
tractor. The paving blocks were furnished in part by the city 
and hauled by the contractor and part were furnished by the 
contractor. All other materials were furnished by the 
contractor. 

Ardent street, from Colberg avenue to Belgrade avenue, is 
about 301 feet in length. This street is being constructed in 
part by the Paving Service forces. Work was begun September 
20, 1915, and suspended December 3, 1915. The work done 



Public Works Department. 159 

this year consisted of excavating, setting edgestone and pre- 
paring roadway for concrete base which will be laid early in 
the spring of next j^ear. 

Augustus avenue, from Poplar street to beyond Clarendon ave- 
nue, is about 657 feet in length. The contract for constructing 
the surface of this street was awarded to Martino DeMatteo, 
June 23, 1915. Work was begun June 30, 1915, and completed 
October 23, 1915. It is a forty (40) foot street with a six (6) 
inch tar macadam roadway, three (3) foot granite block gutters 
from Poplar street across Crandall street, granite edgestone 
and artificial stone sidewalks seven (7) feet in width, laid under 
a five (5) year maintenance guaranty. The straight edgestone 
and comers 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. 

Barbara street, from South Huntington avenue to Centre 
street, is about 343 feet in length. The contract for constructing 
the surface of this street was awarded to Thomas Kelly Com- 
pany October 23, 1914. Work was begun April 2, 1915, and 
completed May 15, 1915. It is a thirty-six (36) foot street with 
a six (6) inch tar macadam roadway, flagging crosswalks, 
granite edgestone and artificial stone sidewalks, six (6) feet in 
width, laid under a five (5) year maintenance guaranty. The 
straight edgestone, corners and flagging was 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. 

Basto terrace, from South street about 332 feet northerly. 
The contract for constructing the surface of this street was 
awarded to the Charles J. Jacobs Company April 5, 1915. 
Work was begun May 14, 1915, and completed June 17, 1915. 
It is a forty (40) foot street with a six (6) inch tar macadam 
roadway, 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 
edgestone, corners 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. All other material was 
furnished by the contractor. 

Birch street, from Penfleld stieet to Dudley avenue, is about 
1,074 feet in length. The contract for constructing the surface 
of this street was awarded A. H. Archer July 29, 1915. Work 
was begun August 3, 1915, and completed October 25, 1915. It 
is a thirty-five (35) foot street with a two (2) inch bitulithic 
pavement laid on a six (6) inch Portland cement concrete base 
from Penfield street to Albano street, and from Albano street 
307 feet northeast of Dudley avenue, and a six (6) inch tar 
macadam roadway with three (3) foot granite block gutters 



160 City Document No. 26. 

from about 307 feet northeast of Dudley avenue to Dudley 
avenue, granite edgestone and artificial stone sidewalks seven 
(7) feet in width. The bitulithic pavement and artificial stone 
sidewalks were laid under a five (5) year maintenance guaranty. 
The straight edgestone, comers and paving blocks were 
furnished by the city and hauled by the contractor. The cir- 
cular edgestone was furnished by the city on the line of the 
work. All other materials was furnished by the contractor. 

Bourneside street, from Park street to Melville avenue, is 
about 780 feet in length. The contract for constructing the 
surface of this street was awarded to James Doherty November 
11, 1914. Work was begun November 16, 1914, and suspended 
December 7, 1914 ; work was resumed March 19, 1915, and com- 
pleted April 10, 1915. It is a fifty (50) foot street with a six (6) 
inch tar macadam roadway, flagging crosswalks, granite edge- 
stone. The easterly sidewalk is eight (8) feet in width, consist- 
ing of crushed stone, froni Park street to within 150 feet north 
of Melville avenue; the remaining distance is artificial stone. 
The westerly sidewalk consists of a five (5) foot artificial 
stone walk and a ten (10) foot loam space. The artificial 
stone sidewalks were laid under a five (5) year maintenance 
guaranty. The work, excepting the artificial stone sidewalks 
and loam spaces, was completed during the season of 1914. 
The sidewalks were laid this year, the contractor furnishing 
all the materials. 

Bradwood street, from Colberg avenue to Belgrade avenue, is 
about 872 feet in length. The contract for constructing the 
surface of this street was awarded to Martino DeMatteo & Co. 
April 22, 1915. Work was begun June 11, 1915, and completed 
July 28, 1915. It is a forty (40) foot street with a six (6) inch 
tar macadam roadway, 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 crushed stone and concrete foundation. 
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. All other 
materials were furnished by the contractor. 

Brunswick street, from Blue Hill avenue to Normandy street, 
is about 639 feet in length. This street is being constructed 
in part by the Paving Service forces. Work was begun Septem- 
ber 14, 1915, and suspended December 29, 1915. The work 
done this year consisted of excavating and setting edgestone. 
Work will be resumed in the spring. 

Burton street, from Washington street to Bellamy street, is 
about 817 feet in length. The contract for constructing the 
surface of this street was awarded to the Charles J. Jacobs 
Company June 7, 1915. Work was begun June 11, 1915, and 
completed August 13, 1915. It is a forty (40) foot street, with 
seven (7) foot artificial stone sidewalks, laid under a five (5) 



Public Works Department. 161 

year maintenance guaranty. It has a six (6) inch asphalt 
macadam roadway. The city furnished the straight and 
circular edgestone, corners, flagging and paving blocks and the 
contractor hauled the same. The contractor furnished all other 
materials necessary to do the work. 

Castlegate road, from Blue Hill avenue to Normandy street, 
is about 462 feet in length. The contract for constructing the 
surface of this street was awarded the Roman Road Company 
November 11, 1914. Work was begun July 1, 1915, and 
completed August 20, 1915. It is a forty (40) foot street with 
a Roman Road roadway, granite edgestone, flagging crosswalks 
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 edge- 
stone was furnished by the city on the line of the work. All 
other materials were furnished by the contractor. The roadway 
and sidewalks were laid under a five (5) year maintenance 
guaranty. The Roman Road is a bituminous covered concrete 
pavement consisting of five (5) inch concrete base, roughly 
floated at the top and thoroughly coated with bitumen; upon 
this surface is spread a layer of crushed trap rock of such depth 
that when compressed by rolling it will form, combined with the 
bitumen, a surface one-half (|) inch in thickness. 

Chapin avenue, froin Mt. Vernon street to Preston road, is 
about 499 feet in length. The contract for constructing the 
surface of this street was awarded the John Kelly Company 
July 20, 1915. Work was begun July 29, 1915, and completed 
December 11, 1915. It is a street varying in width from thirty 
(30) to forty-two (42) feet, with a six (6) inch tar macadam 
roadway fifteen (15) feet in width, two and one-half (2|) foot 
granite block gutters, granite edgestone and artificial stone 
sidewalks, varying in width from five (5) feet to twelve (12) 
feet, laid under a five (5) year maintenance guaranty. A 
wooden fence about 178 feet in length was built on the south- 
erly side of the street. The straight edgestone 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 material was furnished 
by the contractor. 

Chase street, from East Cottage street to Willis street, is 
about 305 feet in length. The contract for constructing the 
surface of this street was awarded to (he Central Construction 
Company June 16, 1915. Work was begun June 29, 1915, and 
completed July 15, 1915. It is a forty (40) foot street with 
seven (7) foot artificial stone sidewalks, the greater part of 
which was constructed before the contractor entered the street. 
The remaining walk was furnished and laid and the roadway 
paved with Trinidad asphalt on a six (6) nch concrete base. 
The roadway and sidewalks were laid under a five (5) year 
maintenance guaranty. The straight edgestone and flagging 



162 City Document No. 26. 

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 contractor furnished all other material necessary 
to do the work and hauled all surplus material to the Hancock 
Street Paving Yard. 

Chestnut street, from Brimmer street to the Charles River 
Embankment, is about 310 feet in length. The contract for 
constructing the surface of this street was awarded to the 
Jeremiah J. McCarthy Company April 1, 1915. Work was 
begun April 5, 1915, and completed May 15, 1915. It is a 
forty (40) foot street, with an asphalt macadam roadway and 
artificial stone sidewalks, the walk on the northerly side being 
eight (8) feet in width and that on the southerly side five (5) 
feet. These sidewalks were laid under a five (5) year mainte- 
nance guaranty. The straight edgestone, corners 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 contractor furnished all other materials necessary 
to do the work. The contractor hauled the surplus materials 
to the Massachusetts avenue lot, with the exception of a few 
paving blocks, which were hauled to the North End Paving 
Yard. 

Claxton street, from Blue Hill avenue to Callender street, is 
about 1,203 feet in width. The contract for constructing the 
surface of this was awarded to the D. M. Biggs Company July 
2, 1915. Work was begun July 6, 1915, and completed Septem- 
ber 15, 1915. It is a forty (40) foot street with a twenty-six 
(26) foot roadway, having a one and one-half (1|) inch Trinidad 
asphalt wearing surface, one and one-half (1|) inch bituminous 
binder on a six (6) inch Portland cement concrete base, granite 
edgestone, flagging crosswalks and a seven (7) foot artificial 
stone sidewalk. The straight edgestone corners 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. All other material was furnished by the contractor. 
The roadway and sidewalks were laid under a five (5) year 
maintenance guaranty. 

Claybourne street, from Park street to 210 feet south of Dakota 
street, is about 918 feet in length. The contract for con- 
structing the surface of this street was awarded to James 
Doherty, July 2, 1915. Work was begun July 9, 1915, and 
completed September 10, 1915. It is a forty (40) foot street 
with a twenty-six (26) foot roadway, having a two (2) inch 
bitulithic wearing surface on a six (6) inch Portland cement 
concrete base and a seven (7) foot artificial stone sidewalk. 
The edgestone laid on the west side is laid on a crushed stone 
and concrete foundation. The straight edgestone and paving 
blocks were furnished by the city and hauled by the contractor. 
The circular edgestone was furnished by the city on the line of 
the work. All other materials were furnished by the contractor. 



Public Works Department. 163 

The contractor hauled the surplus excavation to the Mill street 
dump. The artificial stone sidewalks and bitulithic roadway 
were laid under a five (5) year maintenance guaranty. 

Convent path, from Breed street to Gladstone street, is about 
106 feet in length. A contract to build concrete walls and steps, 
iron fences and hand rails and a tile underdrain under a five (5) 
year maintenance guaranty, was awarded to James Doherty 
April 26, 1915. Work was begun April 29, 1915, and completed 
June 23, 1915. The steps and sidewalks are 15 feet wide and 
about 93 feet long and cover a difference in elevation of over 42 
feet. The contractor also set the edgestone, paved the granite 
block gutters and furnished and laid artificial stone sidewalks 
at the top and bottom of the steps. The contractor furnished 
all the materials and did all the work, which included con- 
siderable grading. 

Cornell street, from Orange street to Colberg avenue, is about 
1,393 feet in length. This street was rough graded in parts 
and made safe for travel by the Paving Service forces. Work 
was begun December 4, 1915, and completed December 29, 1915. 

Crandall street, from Augustus avenue to Hillside avenue, is 
about 407 feet in length. The contract for constructing the 
surface of this street was awarded to Martino DeMatteo June 
23, 1915. Work was begun September 21, 1915, and completed 
November 2, 1915. It is a forty (40) foot street with a six (6) 
inch tar macadam roadway, 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 
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. All other materials were furnished 
by the contractor. 

Dane street, from Holbrook street to Orchard street, is about 
598 feet in length. The contract for constructing the surface of 
this street was awarded to the Charles J. Jacobs Company 
September 16, 1915. Work was begun September 20, 1915, 
and completed November 24, 1915. It is a forty (40) foot 
street with an asphalt pavement, consisting of one and one half 
(1^) inch wearing surface and one and one half (1|) inch bitu- 
minous concrete binder laid on a six (6) inch Portland cement 
concrete base and granite block brows laid on a six (6) inch 
Portland cement concrete base with cement grout joints. The 
existing edgestone was reset and new edgestone set. With the 
exception of existing artificial stone sidewalks on the southerly 
side near Dunster road, which were allowed to remain, seven (7) 
foot sidewalks with four and one half (4|) foot artificial stone 
walks with seeded loam spaces were constructed from Holbrook 
street to Dunster road on the north side and to Aid worth street 
on the south side. The remainder of the artificial stone side- 
walks to Orchard street are seven (7) feet in width. Granite 



164 City Document No. 26. 

edgestone and artificial stone sidewalks, five (5) feet to seven (7) 
feet in width, were also extended on the northerly side to about 
100 feet east of Holbrook street. The asphalt pavement and 
artificial stone sidewalks were laid under a five (5) year main- 
tenance guaranty. The corners and paving blocks were fur- 
nished by the city and hauled by the contractor. The circular 
edgestone was furnished by the city on the line of the work. 
All other materials were furnished by the contractor. 

Deering road, from Blue Hill avenue to Harvard street, is 
about 1,410 feet in length. The contract for constructing the 
surface of this street was awarded to J. C. Coleman & Sons 
Company December 24, 1914. Work was begun January 6, 
1915, and completed June 5, 1915. It is a forty (40) foot 
street with a six (6) inch asphalt macadam roadway, granite 
edgestone, flagging crosswalks and seven (7) foot artificial 
stone sidewalks. A part of the edgestone on the south side is 
laid on a concrete foundation. The straight edgestone, corners 
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. All other materials were furnished by 
the contractor. The contractor hauled the surplus material 
to Morton street. The artificial stone sidewalks were laid under 
a five (5) year maintenance guaranty. 

Dempster street, from Ruggies street to Halleck street, is about 
812 feet in length. A contract for constructing the surface of 
this street was awarded to Simpson Brothers Corporation 
November 30, 1914. Work was begun March 26, 1915, and 
completed June 4, 1915. It is a forty (40) foot street with seven 
(7) foot sidewalks. The sidewalks on the westerly side of the 
street from Ruggies street to the bend consists of artificial 
stone and the remaining sidewalks are brick. The roadway is 
paved with Hassam block on a six (6) inch concrete base. The 
straight edgestone flagging and corners were furnished by the 
city and hauled by the contractor, and the circular edgestone 
and sidewalk bricks were furnished by the city on the line of the 
work. The contractor furnished all other materials necessary 
to do the work. The contractor also built two concrete retain- 
ing walls ^vith wooden fences near Ruggies street. The artificial 
stone sidewalks were laid under a five (5) year maintenance 
guaranty. 

Dunlap street, from Washington street to Whitfield street, is 
about 804 feet in length. This street, with the exception of the 
asphalt surface and binder and artificial stone sidewalk, was 
constructed by the Paving Service forces. Work was begun 
September 24, 1915, and completed December 16, 1915. It is a 
thirty (30) foot street with a twenty (20) foot roadway, having 
a one and one half (1|) inch Trinidad asphalt wearing surface, 
one and one half (1|) inch bituminous binder on a six (6) inch 
cement concrete base, part granite edgestone, fiagging crosswalks 
and a five (5) foot artificial stone sidewalk. A contract for 



Public Works Department. 165 

laying the asphalt roadway and artificial stone sidewalk was 
awarded to William J. Rafferty & Company December 30, 1915. 
Work was begmi December 23, 1915, and suspended December 
28, 1915, when the asphalt roadway was laid. Work will be 
resumed in the spring, when the artificial stone sidewalks will 
be constructed. 

East First street, from West First street to H street, is about 
695 feet in length. This street is being constructed bj^ the 
Paving Service forces. Work was begun October 19, 1915, and 
suspended December 29, 1915. It is a fifty (50) foot street 
with brick sidewalks, eight (8) feet in width, granite edge- 
stone and granite block roadway, laid on a gravel base with 
cement grout joints. The work is practically completed with 
the exception of a small amount of paving to be laid when 
the railroad finishes the track work. The contract for build- 
ing a wall, about 180 feet in length, across the water passage- 
way 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 Company 
October 17, 1914. Work was begun October 26, 1914, and 
completed March 23, 1915. The work done this season con- 
sisted of pointing the wall, finishing the fence and completing 
the fill. 

Edgeniont 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 Martino DeMatteo 
October 17, 1914. Work was begun October 30, 1914, sus- 
pended December 9, 1914, resumed May 8, 1915, and com- 
pleted May 10, 1915. Work was practically completed in 
1914. The work done this season consisted of rolling and 
sealing the macadam roadway with tar binder furnished by 
the contractor. 

Elgin street, from Centre street to West Roxbury Branch 
Railroad, is about 598 feet in length. The contract for con- 
structing the surface of this street was awarded to the Charles J. 
Jacobs Company September 20, 1915. Work was begun 
October 11, 1915, and suspended December 7, 1915. It is a 
forty (40) foot street with an asphalt pavement of one and 
one-half (1|) inch wearing surface and one and one-half (1|) 
inch bituminous concrete binder, laid on a six (6) inch Portland 
cement concrete base, with granite block brows laid on a 
six (6) inch cement concrete base with cement grout joints, 
granite edgestone and artificial stone sidewalks seven (7) feet 
in width. The asphalt pavement and artificial stone sidewalks 
were laid under a five (5) year maintenance guaranty. The 
edgestone was furnished in part by the city and hauled by the 
contractor and part was furnished by the contractor. The 
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; all other material was furnished by the contractor. 



166 City Document No. 26. 

Fabyan street, from Blue Hill avenue to Harvard street, is 
about 712 feet in length. The contract for constructing the 
surface of this street was awarded to Martino DeMatteo 
November 11, 1914. Work was begun March 22, 1915, and 
completed May 29, 1915. It is a forty foot (40) street with a 
twenty-six (26) foot roadway, having a one and one-half (1|) 
inch Trinidad asphalt wearing surface, one and one-half (1|) 
inch bituminous concrete binder laid on a six (6) inch Port- 
land cement concrete base, granite edgestone, flagging cross- 
walks and seven (7) foot artificial stone sidewalks. The 
straight edgestone was 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 asphalt pavement and artificial stone 
sidewalks were laid under a five (5) year maintenance guaranty. 

Fletcher street, from Centre street to Montclair avenue, is 
about 268 feet in length. The contract for constructing the 
surface of this street was awarded to the Charles J. Jacobs 
Company June 11, 1915. Work was begun July 16, 1915, and 
completed September 10, 1915. It is a forty (40) foot street 
with a six (6) inch tar macadam roadway, flagging crosswalks, 
granite edgestone and artificial stone sidewalks seven (7) feet 
in width, laid under a five (5) year maintenance guaranty. 
The straight edgestone, flagging and paving blocks were fur- 
nished 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. 

Frankfort street, from Neptune road to Bennington street, is 
about 947 feet in length. The contract for constructing the 
surface of this street was awarded to Martino DeMatteo 
October 18, 1914. Work was begun October 20, 1914, and 
suspended January 16, 1915. Work was resumed March 29, 
1915, and completed May 27, 1915. It is a fifty (50) foot 
street with a six (6) inch asphalt macadam roadway, granite 
edgestone, flagging crosswalks and eight (8) foot brick side- 
walks. The straight eclgsetone, flagging and paving blocks 
were furnished by the city and hauled by the contractor. 
The circular edgestone and sidewalk bricks were furnished by 
the city on the line of the work. All other materials were 
furnished by the contractor. 

Glendoiver road, from Kittredge street to Poplar street, is 
about 1,925 feet in length. A contract for constructing the 
surface of this street was awarded the Charles J. Jacobs Com- 
pany September 20, 1915. Work was begun October 26, 1915, 
and suspended December 15, 1915. It is a forty (40) foot 
street and it is to have an asphalt pavement taid on a six (6) 
inch Portland cement concrete base, with granite block brows 
laid on a six (6) inch cement concrete base, with cement grout 
joints, granite edgestone and artificial stone sidewalks seven 
(7) feet in width. A portion of the edgestone is set on a con- 
crete and crushed stone foundation. This street has been 



Public Works Department. 167 

constructed for a distance of about 900 feet from Poplar street 
this season. The remainder of this street will be constructed 
as soon as weather permits. The straight edgestone was 
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. 

Grace street, from Walton street to Roslin street, is about 
315 feet in length. The contract for constructing the surface 
of this street was awarded to the D. M. Biggs Company June 
16, 1915. Work was begun June 22, 1915, and completed 
August 19, 1915. It is a forty (40) foot street with a twenty- 
six (26) foot roadway, having a two (2) inch bitulithic wearing 
surface on a six (6) inch Portland cement concrete base, granite 
edgestone, flagging crosswalks and seven (7) foot artificial 
stone sidewalks. The straight edgestone, corners 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. All other materials were furnished by the con- 
tractor. The roadway and 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 constructing the 
surface of this street was awarded to John F. Beatty November 
23, 1914. Work was begun December 2, 1914, and suspended 
January 4, 1915. Work was resmned April 27, 1915, and 
completed May 24, 1915. It is a forty (40) foot street with 
seven (7) foot sidewalks, the south side being artificial stone, 
laid under a five (5) year maintenance guaranty, the other 
side being of brick. The straight edgestone was furnished by 
the city and hauled by the contractor. All other materials 
were furnished by the contractor. The roadway was paved 
with granite block, pitch joints, on a six (6) inch concrete base. 
A concrete retaining wall and fence was built on the south side 
of the street, as the grade of the street was raised considerably 
in constructing the roadway. 

Hamlet street, from Columbia road to Belden street, is about 
420 feet in length. The contract for constructing the surface 
of this street was awarded to the Central Construction Com- 
pany June 7, 1915. Work was begun June 28, 1915, and 
completed July 22, 1915. It is a thirty (30) foot street with a 
twenty (20) foot roadway, having a one and one-half (1|) 
inch Trinidad asphalt wearing surface, one and one-half (1|) 
inch bituminous binder and a six (6) inch Portland cement 
concrete base, granite edgestone and five (5) foot artificial 
stone sidewalk^ and flagging crosswalks. The straight edge- 
stone 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. All other materials were fur- 
nished by the contractor. The roadway and sidewalks were 
laid under a five (5) year maintenance guaranty. 

Harvard street, from Morton street to Deering road, is about 



168 City Document No. 26.' 

793 feet in length. The Paving Service forces are now at 
work constructing this street. Work was begun September 
21, 1915, and suspended December 29, 1915. The work done 
this year consisted of widening, removing trees and rough 
grading. 

Haslet street, from Amherst street to Metcalf street (not 
including intersection of Pinehurst street), is about 508 feet in 
length. The contract for constructing the surface of this street 
was awarded to the Charles J. Jacobs Company July 24, 1915. 
Work was begun September 13, 1915, and completed October 
30, 1915. It is a thirty-five (35) foot street with a six (6) inch 
tar macadam roadway, granite edgestone and artificial stone 
sidewalks six (6) feet in width, laid under a five (5) year main- 
tenance guaranty. The circular edgestone and corners were 
furnished by the city on the line of the work. All other mate- 
rial was furnished by the contractor. 

Helen street, from Talbot avenue to Bernard street, is about 
356 feet in length. The surface of this street, with the excep- 
tion of the asphalt wearing surface and binder and artificial 
stone sidewalk, was constructed by the Paving Service forces. 
Work was begun September 10, 1915, and completed October 
28, 1915. It is a forty (40) foot street with a twenty-six (26) 
foot roadway, having one and one-half (1|) inch Trinidad 
asphalt wearing surface, one and one-half (1|) inch bituminous 
concrete binder on a six (6) inch Portland cement concrete 
base, granite edgestone, flagging crosswalks and seven (7) foot 
artificial stone sidewalks. A contract for laying the asphalt 
pavement and artificial stone sidewalks was awarded to James 
Doherty October 22, 1915. Work was begun November 1, 
1915, and completed November 28, 1915. The contractor 
furnished all materials necessary to do the work. The asphalt 
pavement and sidewalks were laid under a five (5) year main- 
tenance guaranty. 

Herbert street, from Park street to West Tremlett street, is 
about 357 feet in length. The contract for constructing the 
surface of this street was awarded to James Doherty December 
11, 1914. Work was begun March 22, 1915, and completed 
April 22, 1915. It is a twenty-one (21) foot street with a six 
(6) inch asphalt macadam roadway, granite edgestone, flagging 
crosswalks and artificial stone sidewalks three and one quarter 
(3j) feet in width. The straight edgestone, corners, flagging 
and paving blocks were furnished by the city and hauled by the 
contractor. All other materials were furnished by the con- 
tractor. The artificial stone sidewalks were laid under a five 
(5) year maintenance guaranty. « 

Hill Top street, from Granite avenue to Hallet street, is about 
1,990 feet in length. The surface of this street is being rough 
graded by the Paving Service forces. Work was begun Sep-^ 
tember 21, 1915, and suspended December 29, 1915. It is a* 
fifty (50) foot street with a thirty-four (34) foot roadway. 



Public Works Department. 169 

Hillcrest street, from Elgin street to Temple street. The 
contract for excavating and grading this street was awarded to 
T. Ross & Sons January 11, 1915. Work was begmi January 
11, 1915, and completed August 22, 1915. This street, from 
Temple street across Lorette street, a length of about 261 feet, 
was graded and earth and rock excavated. 

Hopestill street, from Aspinwall road to Southern avenue, is 
about 316 feet in length. The contract for constructing the 
surface of this street was awarded to the Charles J. Jacobs 
Company May 6, 1915. Work was begun May 12, 1915, and 
completed May 29, 1915. It is a forty (40) foot street with a 
twenty-six (26) foot roadway, having a one and one-half (1|) 
inch Trinidad asphalt wearing surface and one and one-half (1|) 
inch bituminous binder on a six (6) inch Portland cement con- 
crete base, granite edgestone, flagging crosswalks and seven (7) 
foot sidewalks, part full width artificial stone and part having 
four and one half (4^) feet artificial stone and a loam space. 
The straight edgestone was furnished by the city and all other 
materials were furnished by the contractor. The sidewalk and 
roadway were laid under a five (5) year maintenance guaranty. 

Howitt road, from Bellevue street to La Grange street, is 
about 908 feet in length. The contract for constructing the 
surface of this street was awarded to the Charles J. Jacobs 
Company June 11, 1915. Work was begun June 16, 1915, and 
completed September 4, 1915. It is a forty (40) foot street 
with a six (6) inch tar macadam roadway, flagging crosswalks, 
granite edgestone and seven (7) foot sidewalks, having a four 
and one-half (4|) foot artificial stone walk and seeded loam space. 
The artificial stone sidewalks were laid under a five (5) year 
maintenance guaranty. The straight edgestone, corners and 
flagging and paving blocks were furnished by the city and 
hauled by the contractor. All other materials were furnished 
by the contractor. 

Rowland street, from Harold street to 428 feet easterly. The 
contract for constructing the surface of this street was awarded 
to John F. Beatty December 8, 1914. Work was begun June 2, 
1915, and completed August 7, 1915. It is a forty (40) foot 
street with seven (7) foot sidewalks and a roadway of two (2) 
inch bitulithic pavement laid on a six (6) inch Portland cement 
concrete base. The sidewalks were constructed of artificial 
stone and both the roadway and sidewalks were laid under 
a five (5) year maintenance guaranty. The city furnished the 
straight edgestone, flagging crosswalks and gTanite blocks and 
the contractor hauled the same. The contractor furnished all 
other materials necessary to do the work. 

Idlewild street, from Commonwealth avenue to Brainerd 
road, is about 384 feet in length. A contract for constructing 
the surface of this street was awarded to the Charles J. Jacobs 
Company June 23, 1915. Work was begun July 24, 1915, and 
completed September 3, 1915. This is a forty (40) foot street 



170 City Document No. 26. 

with seven (7) foot artificial stone sidewalks. The roadway- 
consists of a two (2) inch bitulithic pavement laid on a six (6) 
inch concrete base. The contractor set the edgestone and 
corners, laid flagging crosswalks on a six (6) inch concrete base. 
The roadway and sidewalks were laid under a five (5) year 
maintenance guaranty. The straight edgestone, corners, flag- 
ging and paving blocks were furnished by the city and hauled 
by the contractor. All other materials were furnished by the 
contractor. 

Intervale street, from Columbia road to Normandy street, is 
about 1,370 feet, in length. The contract for constructing the 
surface of this street was awarded to J. C. Coleman Sons 
Company January 2, 1915. Work was begun March 12, 1915, 
and completed May 12, 1915. It is a forty (40) foot street 
with a six (6) inch tar macadam roadway, three (3) foot granite 
block gutters, flagging crosswalks and artificial stone sidewalks. 
The straight edgestone, comers, flagging and paving blocks 
were furnished by the city and hauled by the contractor. 
All other materials were furnished by the contractor. The 
artificial stone sidewalks were laid under a five (5) year main- 
tenance guaranty. 

Jeivett street, from Neponset avenue to Mt. Hope street, is 
about 756 feet in length. The contract for constructing the 
surface of this street was awarded to Martino DeMatteo 
October 27, 1914. Work was begun November 16, 1914, and 
suspended December 18, 1914. Work was resumed March 8, 
1915, and completed May 6, 1915. This street is from twenty 
(20) to twenty-three (23) feet in width and has a six (6) inch 
tar macadam roadway, granite edgestone, flagging crosswalks 
and artificial stone sidewalks, part three and one half (3|) and 
part four (4) feet in width, laid under a five (5) year mainte- 
nance guaranty. The work done this year consisted of con- 
structing roadway and sidewalks, material for which was fur- 
nished by the contractor. 

Jones avenue, from Mascot street to Ballou avenue, is about 
993 feet in length. The contract for constructing the surface 
of this street was awarded to James Doherty November 3, 
1915. Work was begun November 9, 1915, and suspended 
December 4, 1915. It is a forty (40) foot street with a twenty- 
six (26) foot roadway, having a one and one-half (1|) inch 
Trinidad asphalt wearing surface and one and one-half (1|) 
inch bituminous binder on a six (6) inch Portland cement con- 
crete base, granite edgestone, flagging crosswalks and artificial 
stone sidewalks. The roadway and sidewalks have been 
graded and the edgestone has been set from Jones avenue to 
Jacobs street. The fill has been made from Jacobs street to 
Mascot street and a temporary fence constructed to close this 
part of the street during the winter. A part of the- fill was 
made by the Paving Service forces before the contract for con- 
struction was let. 



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Juliette street, from Fox street to Homes avenue, is about 
528 feet in length. The surface of this street, with the excep- 
tion of the artificial stone sidewalk, was constructed by the 
Paving Service forces. Work was begun October 26, 1914, and 
completed April 24, 1915. It is a forty (40) foot street with a 
six (6) inch tar macadam roadway, granite block gutters, 
granite edgestone and flagging crosswalks. The sidew^alk on the 
east side is seven (7) feet wide, full mdth artificial stone, and 
on the west side full width to about 180 feet north of Homes 
avenue and the remainder with a four (4) foot artificial stone 
w^alk and a loam space. The contract for constructing the 
artificial stone sidewalks was awarded to William J. Rafferty 
& Co. April 21, 1915. Work w^as begun May 10, 1915, and 
completed INIay 28, 1915. All material for sidew^alk construc- 
tion was furnished by the contractor. The artificial stone side- 
walks were laid under a five (5) year maintenance guaranty. 

Kenny street, from Day street northerly for a distance of about 
503 feet. The contract for constructing the surface of this 
street was aw^arded to James Doherty September 20, 1915. 
Work w^as begun October 13, 1915, and completed November 
10, 1915. This is a thirty (30) foot street wdth a twenty (20) 
foot roadwa}', consisting of one and one-half (H) inch Trinidad 
asphalt wearing sm'face, one and one-half (1|) inch bituminous 
binder laid on a six (6) inch Portland cement concrete base, 
granite edgestone and artificial stone sidewalk five (5) feet in 
width. The sidewalks and roadway w^ere laid under a five (5) 
year maintenance guaranty. The straight edgestone was fur- 
nished by the city and hauled by the contractor. All other 
materials necessary to do the work were furnished by the con- 
tractor. The contractor also built a wooden fence at westerly 
end of the street w^here the grade of the surrounding lots w'ere 
considerably lower than the street. 

Kittredge street, from the north side of Rosecliff street to 
Metropolitan avenue, is about 407 feet in length. The contract 
for constructing the surface of this street was awarded tcf 
Martino DeMatteo October 27, 1914. Work was begun 
March 29, 1915, and completed June 21, 1915. It is a fifty 
(50) foot street with a six (6) inch tar macadam roadway, three 
(3) foot granite block gutters, flagging crosswalks, granite 
edgestone and artificial stone sidewalks eight (8) feet in width, 
laid under a five (5) year maintenance guaranty. The straight 
edgestone, flagging and granite paving blocks were fuiTiished 
by the city and hauled by the contractor. The circular edge- 
stone was furnished by the city on the line of the work. All 
other materials were furnished by the contractor. Repairs 
were also made to the tar macadam between Metropolitan 
avenue and Cornell street, due to openings. 

Leslie street, from Dix street to Centre street, is about 378 
feet in length. The contract for constructing the surface of 
this street was awarded to D. M. Biggs July 16, 1915. Work 



172 City Document No. 26. 

was begun September 18, 1915, and completed October 16, 1915. 
It is a forty (40) foot street with a twenty-six (26) foot roadway, 
having a one and one-half (1|) inch Trinidad asphalt wearing 
surface and one and one-half (U) inch bituminous binder laid 
on a six (6) inch concrete base, granite edgestone and seven (7) 
foot artificial stone sidewalks. The straight edgestone was 
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 
roadway and sidewalks were laid under a five (5) year main- 
tenance guaranty. 

Lingard street, from Magnolia street to Hartford street, is 
about 672 feet in length. Work was begun August 19, 1915, 
and completed September 17, 1915. A contract to construct 
the surface of this street was awarded James Doherty July 16, 
1915. It is a forty (40) foot street with a twenty-six (26) 
foot roadway, consisting of a two (2) inch bitulithic pavement 
laid on a six (6) inch Portland cement concrete base. Artificial 
stone sidewalks were constructed seven (7) feet in width. The 
straight edgestone, flagging and corners were furnished by the 
city and hauled by the contractor. All other materials were 
furnished by the contractor. The roadway and sidewalks 
were laid under a five (5) year maintenance guaranty. 

Lithgow street, from Talbot avenue to Wainwright street, is 
about 682 feet in length. A contract for excavating this street 
was awarded to Thomas H. Corrigan June 28, 1915. Work 
was begun July 12, 1915, and completed September 8, 1915. 
The surplus excavation was hauled to Hill Top street. 

Lockwood street, from Metropolitan avenue to Huntington 
avenue, is about 577 feet in length. A contract for construct- 
ing the surface of this street was awarded to James Doherty 
November 6, 1914. Work was begun April 13, 1915, and 
completed May 25, 1915. It is a forty (40) foot street with a 
six (6) inch tar macadam roadway, flagging crosswalks, granite 
edgestone and artificial stone sidewalks seven (7) feet in width, 
laid under a five (5) year maintenance guaranty. , The straight 
edgestone, flagging, corners and paving blocks were furnished 
by the city and hauled by the contractor. The circular edge- 
stone was furnished by the city on the line of the work. All 
other materials were furnished by the contractor. 

Long avenue, from Commonwealth avenue to Allston street, 
is about 790 feet in length. A contract for constructing the 
surface of this street was awarded to the Central Construction 
Company November 2, 1914. Work was begun November 4, 
1914, and suspended December 15, 1914. Work was resumed 
March 26, 1915, and completed April 23, 1915. It is a forty (40) 
foot street with a twenty-six (26) foot roadway, consisting of 
one and one-half (1|) inch Trinidad asphalt wearing surface 
and one and one-half (H) inch bituminous binder laid on a 
six (6) inch Portland cement concrete base, straight edgestone, 



Public Works Department. 173 

flagging crosswalks and sidewalks seven feet in width. The 
sidewalk from Commonwealth avenue to Glenville avenue is 
full width artificial stone, and from Glenville avenue to AUston 
street the sidewalk consists of four and one half (4|) feet arti- 
ficial stone and two and one half (2|) feet loam space. The 
straight edgestone, flagging, corners 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 roadway and sidewalks were laid under a five (5) year 
maintenance guaranty. 

Lorenzo street, from Walnut street to Woodworth street, is 
about 431 feet in length. The surface of this street, with the 
exception of the artificial stone sidewalks, was constructed by 
the Paving Service forces. Work was begun March 22, 1915, 
and completed May 25, 1915. It is a thirty (30) foot street 
with five (5) foot sidewalks from Walnut street to Berry street 
and a twenty (20) foot street with three and one-half (3|) foot 
sidewalks from Berry street to Woodworth street, with a six 
(6) inch tar macadam roadway, granite edgestone, flagging 
crosswalks, granite block gutters and artificial stone sidewalks. 
A contract for constructing artificial stone sidewalks was 
awarded to the D. M. Biggs Company June 25, 1915. Work 
was begun June 28, 1915, and completed July 9, 1915. The 
artificial stone sidewalks were laicl under a five (5) year 
maintenance guaranty. All material for the artificial stone 
sidewalks was furnished by the contractor. 

Lorette street, from Centre street to Hillcrest street, is about 
504 feet in length. The Paving Service forces entered this 
street November 22, 1915, and graded the sidewalks so as to 
make the street passable for pedestrians. Work will be resumed 
in the spring. 

Lothrop street, from Portsmouth street to Market street, is 
about 550 feet in length. This street, with the exception of 
the artificial stone sidewalks, was constructed by the Paving- 
Service forces. Work was begun May 14, 1915, and completed 
June 24, 1915. It is a twenty-five (25) foot street with four (4) 
foot sidewalks, granite edgestone, flagging crosswalks and 
bituminous macadam six (6) inches in depth. A contract for 
constructing the artificial stone sidewalks on this street was 
awarded to A. J. & G. H. McMurtry August 6, 1915. Work 
was begun August 27, 1915, and completed September 2, 1915. 
The sidewalks were laid under a five (5) year maintenance 
guaranty. 

Lucas street, from Shawmut avenue to Washington street, is 
about 342 feet in length. This street, with the exception of 
the artificial stone sidewalks, which are yet unfinished, was 
constructed by the Paving Service forces. Work was begun 
September 15, 1915, and completed October 9, 1915. The 
work consisted of excavating, setting edgestone and laying 



174 City Document No. 26. 

scoria blocks on a six (6) inch cement concrete base. A con- 
tract for constructing artificial stone sidewalks has been awarded 
to the John Kelly Company. These sidewalks will be laid 
as soon as weather conditions permit. 

Lyford street, from Woodrow avenue to Franklin Field, is 
about 420 feet in length. The contract for constructing the 
surface of this street was awarded to the Charles J. Jacobs Com- 
pany June 23, 1915. Work was begun August 25, 1915, and 
is practically completed. It is a forty (40) foot street with a 
six (6) inch asphalt macadam roadway, granite edgestone, 
flagging crosswalks, granite block gutters and artificial stone 
sidewalks seven (7) feet in width. The straight edgestone, 
flagging, corners and paving blocks were furnished by the city 
and hauled by the contractor. The circular edgestone was 
furnished by the city on the line of the work. All other mate- 
rials were furnished by the contractor. The artificial stone 
sidewalks were laid under a five (5) year maintenance 
guaranty. 

Mackin street, from Western avenue to Waverly street, is 
about 303 feet in length. The contract for constructing the 
surface of this street was awarded to A. H. Archer September 
11, 1915. Work was begun October 7, 1915, and completed 
November 27, 1915. It is a thirty (30) foot street with a 
twenty (20) foot roadway, consisting of a two (2) inch bitulithic 
pavement laid on a six (6) inch Portland cement concrete base, 
granite edgestone, flagging crosswalks and artificial stone side- 
walks five (5) feet in width. The straight edgestone, flagging, 
corners and paving blocks were furnished by the city and hauled 
by the contractor. All other materials were furnished by the 
contractor. The roadway and sidewalks were laid under a 
five (5) year maintenance guaranty. 

Matchett street, from Washington street for a distance of about 
853 feet. This street, with the exception of the artificial stone 
sidewalks, is being constructed by the Paving Service forces. 
Work was begun September 17, 1915, and suspended December 
30, 1915. The work done this year consisted of excavation, 
there being quite a heavy cut, and setting edgestone. A con- 
tract for constructing artificial stone sidewalks was awarded 
to Charles J. Jacobs Company November 22, 1915. The side- 
walks, together with the remaining work, will be completed as 
soon as weather conditions permit. 

May hew street, from Boston street to Roseclair street, is about 
863 feet in length. The contract for constructing the surface 
of this street was awarded to the Charles J. Jacobs Company 
May 29, 1915. Work was begun June 15, 1915, and completed 
August 7, 1915. It is a forty (40) foot street with a twenty-six 
(26) foot roadway, consisting of one and one-half (1^) inch Trin- 
idad asphalt, one and one-half (1^) inch bituminous binder on a 
six (6) inch Portland cement concrete base, granite edgestone, 
flagging crosswalks and artificial stone sidewalks seven (7) feet 
in width. The straight edgestone, corners and fiagging were 



Public Works Department. 175 

furnished by the city and hauled by the contractor. All other 
materials were furnished by the contractor. The roadway and 
artificial stone sidewalks were laid under a five (5) year main- 
tenance guaranty. 

Melvinside terrace, from Dorchester avenue to Minton street, 
is about 200 feet in length. The contract for constructing the 
surface of this street was awarded to James Doherty June 2, 
1915. Work was begun June 10, 1915, and completed June 
23, 1915. It is a twenty-nine (29) foot street with a nine- 
teen (19) foot roadway, having a two (2) inch bitulithic pave- 
ment on a Portland cement concrete base six (6) inches in 
depth, granite edgestone, flagging crosswalks and artificial 
stone sidewalks five (5) feet in width. The straight edge- 
stone, 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. The roadway and artificial 
stone sidewalks were laid under a five (5) year maintenance 
guaranty. 

Montehello road, from Forest Hills street to Walnut avenue, 
is about 1,087 feet in length. The contract for constructing 
the surface of this street was awarded to Martino DeMatteo 
September 29, 1915. Work was begun November 10, 1915, 
and suspended December 9, 1915. The work done this year 
consisted of setting edgestone. Work will be resumed in the 
spring as soon as weather permits. The straight edgestone 
was furnished by the city and hauled by the contractor. The 
circular edgestone was furnished by the city on the line of the 
work. 

Manthorne road, from Centre street to Weld street, was 
constructed by the West Roxbury Trap Rock Company in 
1914. Tree spaces were left in the artificial stone sidewalks for 
trees from Centre street to Schirmer road. Artificia' stone 
was placed between the trees and the property line this season 
under agreement with the contractor. 

Montvale street, from Colberg avenue to Belgrade street, is 
about 844 feet in length. The contract for constructing the 
surface of this street was awarded to Martino DeMatteo & 
Co. April 22, 1915. Work was begun May 25, 1915, and com- 
pleted July 14, 1915. It is a forty (40) foot street with a six 
(6) inch tar macadam roadway, granite edgestone, flagging 
crosswalks and artificial stone sidewalks seven (7) feet in width. 
A portion of the edgestone was set on a crushed stone and con- 
crete foundation. The straight edgestone, corners and flagging 
were furnished by the city and hauled by the contractor. The 
circular edgestcne was furnished by the city on the line of the 
work. All other materials were furnished by the contractor. 
The artificial stone sidewalks were laid under a five (5) year 
maintenance guaranty. 

Morton street, from Norfolk street to the railroad, is about 
413 feet in length. This street is being constructed by the 



176 City Document No. 26. 

Paving Service forces. Work was started December 6, 1915, 
and suspended December 29, 1915. The work done this year 
consisted of excavating and setting edgestone. Work will be 
resumed in the spring. 

Normandy street, from Seaver street to Columbia road, is 
about 470 feet in length. A contract for constructing the sur- 
face of this street was awarded to James Doherty September 
15, 1915. It is a forty (40) foot street with a twenty-six (26) 
foot roadway, consisting of one and one-half (|) inch Trinidad 
asphalt wearing surface and one and one-half (1|) inch bitu- 
minous binder laid on a six (6) inch Portland cement concrete 
base, flagging crosswalks and seven (7) foot sidewalks. The 
artificial stone walks were four and one half (4|) feet in width 
with a two (2) foot loam space. The contractor furnished all 
materials necessary to do the work. The artificial stone side- 
walks and roadway were laid under a five (5) year maintenance 
guaranty. 

Normandy street, from Devon street to Intervale street, is 
about 464 feet in length. The surface of this street, with the 
exception of the artificial stone sidewalks and the surface of the 
roadway, is being constructed by the Paving Service forces. 
Work was begun October 25, 1915, and suspended December 20, 
1915. Work will be resumed in the spring. 

Oakland street, from River street to Rockdale street, is about 
740 feet in length. The contract for constructing the surface 
of this street was awarded to Wilham J. Barry May 28, 1915. 
Work was begun June 5, 1915, and completed December 17, 
1915. It is an eighty (80) foot street with a six (6) inch asphalt 
macadam roadway, granite edgestone, flagging crosswalks, 
granite block gutters and thirteen (13) foot artificial stone 
sidewalks. There is a double car track in the center of the 
street which was paved by the Boston Elevated Railroad. 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 artificial stone sidewalks 
were laid under a five (5) year maintenance guaranty. 

Orleans street, from Gove street to Porter street, is about 677 
feet in length. The surface of this street is being constructed 
by the Paving Service forces. Work was begun September 21, 
1915, and suspended December 29, 1915. The work this year 
consisted of excavating, setting edgestone, regulating brick 
sidewalks and laying concrete base. Work will be resumed in 
the spring. 

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. Work was resumed March 19, 1915, and 
completed April 10, 1915. It is a sixty (60) foot street with a 



Public Works Department. 177 

six (6) inch tar macadam roadway, granite edgestone, flagging 
crosswalks and fifteen (15) foot sidewalks, consisting of a five 

(5) foot artificial stone walk and a loam space. The straight 
edgestone, corners, flagging and granite paving blocks were 
furnished by the city and hauled by the contractor. All other 
materials necessary to do the work were furnished by the con- 
tractor. The sidewalks were laid under a five (5) year main- 

V tenance guaranty. 

Peacevale road, from Norfolk street to Dunbar avenue, is 
about 809 feet in length. The contract for constructing the 
surface of this street was awarded to D. M. Biggs & Co. July 16, 
1915. Work was begun July 29, 1915, and completed October 
14, 1915. It is a forty (40) foot street with a twenty-six (26) 
foot roadway, consisting of one and one-half (1^) inch Trinidad 
asphalt wearing surface, one and one-half (1|) inch bituminous 
binder- laid on a six (6) inch Portland cement concrete base, 
granite edgestone, flagging crosswalks and seven (7) foot 
artificial stone sidewalks. The straight edgestone, corners and 
flagging were furnished by the city and hauled by the con- 
tractor. All other materials necessary to do the work were 
furnished by the contractor. The roadway and sidewalks were 
laid under a five (5) year maintenance guaranty. 

Percival street, from Fox street to Marie street, is about 246 
feet in length. The surface of this street, with the exception of 
the artificial stone sidewalks, was constructed by the Paving 
Service forces. Work was begun March 17, 1915, and com- 
pleted May 18, 1915. It is a forty (40) foot street with a six 

(6) inch macadam roadway, granite edgestone, granite block 
gutters, flagging crosswalks and seven (7) foot sidewalks, con- 
sisting of artificial stone, part full width and part with loam 
space. The contract for constructing the artificial stone side- 
walks was awarded to William J. Rafferty & Co. April 21, 1915. 
Work was begun May 10, 1915, and completed May 28, 1915. 
All the materials necessary to lay the artificial stone walks were 
furnished by the contractor. The artificial stone sidewalks 
were laid under a five (5) year maintenance guaranty. 

Pelton street, from Park street to West Roxbury Parkway, 
is about 781 feet in length. The contract for constructing the 
surface of this street was awarded to the Charles J. Jacobs 
Company July 12, 1915. Work was begun July 20, 1915, and 
completed October 20, 1915. It is a forty (40) foot street with 
a six (6) inch tar macadam roadway, granite edgestone and 
seven (7) foot sidewalks having a four and one-half (4|) foot 
artificial stone walk with seeded loam spaces. The artificial 
stone sidewalks were laid under a five (5) year maintenance 
guaranty. Tree pits were also excavated and filled with loam. 
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. All other 
materials necessary to do the work were furnished by the 
contractor. 



178 City Document No. 26. 

Perth street, from Quincy street to Fayston street, is about 
230 feet in length. The contract for constructing the surface 
of this street was awarded to James Doherty June 2, 1915. 
Work was begun June 4, 1915, and completed June 23, 1915. 
It is a forty (40) foot street with a twenty-six (26) foot road- 
way, having a two (2) inch bitulithic wearing surface on a six 
(6) inch Portland cement concrete base, granite edgestone, 
flagging crosswalks and seven (7) foot artificial stone sidewalks. 
The straight edgestone, corners and flagging were furnished 
by the city and hauled by the contractor. The circular edge- 
stone was furnished by the city on the line of the work. 
All other materials necessary to do the work were furnished 
by the contractor. The roadway and sidewalks were laid 
under a five (5) year maintenance guaranty. 

Philhrick street, from Neponset avenue to Jewett street, is 
about 646 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. Work was resumed March 8, 
1915, and completed May 6, 1915. It is a thirty (30) foot 
street with a six (6) inch tar macadam roadway, granite edge- 
stone, flagging crosswalks and five (5) foot artificial stone side- 
walks, laid under a five (5) year maintenance guaranty. The 
work this year consisted of setting the edgestone, laying flagging 
crosswalks and tar macadam roadway and completing the 
artificial stone sidewalks. Paving was relaid, filfing furnished, 
tar macadam roadway constructed and sidewalks surfaced on 
Neponset avenue to meet the grade of Philbrick street. The 
straight edgestone, flagging 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. All other 
materials were furnished by the contractor. 

Porter street, from Frankfort street to Cottage street, is about 
425 feet in length. This street was constructed by the Paving 
Service forces. Work was begun November 24, 1914, and 
completed August 26, 1915. It is a fifty (50) foot street with 
a tar macadam roadway, flagging crosswalks, granite edgestone 
and eight (8) foot brick sidewalks. 

Powellton road, from Columbia road to Glenarm street, is 
about 332 feet in length. The contract for constructing the 
surface of this street was awarded to James Doherty May 28, 
1915. Work was begun May 24, 1915, and completed June 19, 
1915. It is a forty (40) foot street with a twenty-six (26) foot 
roadway, consisting of a two (2) inch bituhthic wearing surface 
on a six (6) inch Portland cement concrete base, granite edge- 
stone, flagging crosswalks and a seven (7) foot sidewalk with a 
four and one-half (4|) foot artificial stone walk and a loam 
space. 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 roadway and sidewalks 
were laid under a five (5) year maintenance guaranty. 



Public Works Department. 179 

Prince street, from Pond street to Arborway, is about 1,393 
feet in length. The contract for constructing the surface of 
this street was awarded to the Charles J. Jacobs Company 
August 28, 1915. Tyork was begun September 17, 1915, and 
completed November 24, 1915. It is a forty (40) foot street, 
with a twenty-six (26) foot roadway, consisting of one and one- 
half (1|) inch Trinidad asphalt wearing surface, one and one- 
half (1|) inch bituminous binder, laid on a six (6) inch Portland 
cement concrete base, granite edgestone and artificial stone 
sidewalks. The sidewalks from Pond street to about 520 feet 
southeast of Pond street were laid with a four and one-half (4|) 
foot artificial stone walk with seeded loam spaces, and from 
about 520 feet southeast of Pond street to Arborway are full 
width seven (7) foot sidewalks, consisting of artificial stone. A 
portion of the straight edgestone, corners and paving blocks 
were furnished by the city and hauled by the contractor. 
The circular edgestone and a portion of the corners were 
furnished by the city on the line of the work. All other mate- 
rials were furnished by the contractor. The roadway and 
sidewalks were laid under a five (5) year maintenance guaranty. 

Public Alley No. 809, from Batavia street to Gainsborough 
street, is about 226 feet in length. A contract for constructing 
this alley was awarded to A. H. Archer August 11, 1915. 
Work was begun August 18, 1915, and completed November 27, 
1915. This alley is ten (10) feet in width, with an eight (8) foot 
roadway and sidewalks one (1) foot in width. The roadway 
was paved with Hassam blocks on a six (6) inch Portland 
cement concrete base, edgestone was set and flagging crosswalks 
laid. The contractor also constructed a retaining wall on the 
southeasterly side of the alley. The straight edgestone and 
corners were furnished by the city and hauled by the contractor. 
The circular edgestone, flagging and fender posts were furnished 
by the city on the line of the work. All other materials neces- 
sary to do the work were furnished by the contractor. 

Public Alley No. 810, from Pubhc Alley No. 809 to Public 
Alley No. 811, is about 640 feet in length. A contract for 
constructing this alley was awarded to A. H. Archer August 
11, 1915. Work was begun August 18, 1915, and completed 
November 27, 1915. This alley is ten (10) feet in width. The 
roadway was paved with Hassam blocks on a six (6) inch 
Portland cement concrete base. The straight edgestone, 
corners and flagging were furnished by the city and hauled 
by the contractor. All other materials necessary to do the 
work were furnished by the contractor Part of the edgestone 
was set with a concrete backing extending back to the street line, 
this forming an artificial stone sidewalk. 

Public Alley No. 811, from Batavia street to Gainsborough 
street, is about 190 feet in length. A contract for constructing 
the surface of this alley was awarded to A. H. Archer August 
11, 1915. Work was begun August 18, 1915, and completed 
November 27, 1915. The roadway was paved with Hassam 



180 City Document No. 26. 

blocks on a six (6) inch Portland cement concrete base. The 
straight edgestone, corners and flagging were furnished by the 
city and hauled by the contractor. All other materials neces- 
sary to do the work were furnished by the contractor. Part 
of the edgestone was set with a concrete backing, extending 
back to the street line, this forming an artificial stone sidewalk. 

Public Alley No. 908, from Massachusetts avenue to Marl- 
borough street, is about 545 feet in length. A contract for 
constructing the surface of this alley was awarded to the Boston 
Contracting Company August 9, 1915. Work was begun 
August 12, 1915, and completed October 9, 1915. This alley 
is sixteen (16) feet in width with four (4) foot sidewalks. The 
roadway is paved with brick blocks on a Portland cement 
concrete base with cement grout joints. The sidewalks are 
artificial stone. The straight edgestone was furnished by the 
city and hauled by the contractor. All other materials neces- 
sary to do the work were furnished by the contractor. The 
artificial stone sidewalks and brick block pavement were laid 
under a five (5) year maintenance guaranty. 

Randall street, from Harrison avenue to Albany street, is 
about 609 feet in length. The surface of this street is being 
constructed by the Paving Service forces. Work was begun 
November 17, 1915, and suspended December 29, 1915. Work 
will be completed in the spring. 

Raven street, from Crescent avenue southerly, is about 444 
feet in length. The contract for constructing the surface of 
this street was awarded to James Doherty May 28, 1915. Work 
was begun June 2, 1915, and completed June 22, 1915. It is a 
forty (40) foot street with a twenty-six (26) foot roadway, 
having a two (2) inch bitulithic wearing surface on a six (6) 
inch Portland cement concrete base, granite edgestone, flagging 
crosswalks and artificial stone sidewalks seven (7) feet in width. 
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 bitulithic pavement and artificial stone sidewalks were laid 
under a five (5) year maintenance guaranty. 

Rawston road, from Metropolitan avenue to Ethel street, is 
about 427 feet in length. The contract for constructing the 
surface of this street was awarded to Thomas Kelly & Co. 
June 28, 1915. Work was begun July 13, 1915, and completed 
September 1, 1915. It is a forty (40) foot street with a six 
(6) inch tar macadam roadway, three (3) foot granite block 
gutters, granite edgestone, flagging crosswalks and seven (7) 
foot sidewalks. The sidewalk from Metropolitan avenue 
to about 135 feet southwest of Metropolitan avenue is full 
width artificial stone, and the sidewalk from about 135 feet 
southwest of Metropolitan avenue to Ethel street consists of 
a four and one-half (4|) foot artificial stone walk with a seeded 
loam space. The straight edgestone and flagging were fur- 



Public Works Department. 181 

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

Redfield street, from Port Norfolk street to Walnut street, is 
about 220 feet in length. The surface of this street and a 
triangular planting space bounded by Port Norfolk street, 
Water street and Redfield street and a part of the roadway 
surface adjacent thereto were constructed by the Paving 
Service forces. Work was begun October 8, 1915, and com- 
pleted December 4, 1915. 

Ridgewood street, from Topliff street to Draper street, is 
about 1,075 feet in length. The contract for constructing the 
surface of this street was awarded to James Doherty June 16, 
1915. Work was begun June 22, 1915, and completed July 
29, 1915. It is a forty (40) foot street with a twenty (20) 
foot roadway, consisting of a two (2) inch bitulithic wearing 
surface laid on a six (6) inch Portland cement concrete base, 
granite edgestone, flagging crosswalks and artificial stone 
sidewalks seven (7) feet in width. The straight edgestone, 
corners and flagging were furnished by the city and hauled 
by the contractor. All other materials necessary to do the 
work were furnished by the contractor. The roadway and 
sidewalks were laid under a five (5) year maintenance guaranty. 

Ronald street, from Brinsley street easterly to the end, is 
about 260 feet in length. The contract for constructing the 
surface of this street was awarded to James Doherty November 
11, 1914. Work w.as begun March 10, 1915, and completed 
April 9, 1915. It is a forty (40) foot street with a six (6) inch 
tar macadam roadway, granite edgestone, granite block 
gutters, flagging crosswalks and seven (7) foot sidewalks, part 
brick and part artificial stone. The straight edgestone, cor- 
ners, paving blocks and flagging were furnished by the city and 
hauled by the contractor. The circular edgestone and side- 
walk bricks were furnished by the city on the line of the work. 
All other materials necessary to do the work were furnished 
by the contractor. A wooden fence and bulkhead was built 
across the easterly end of the street by the contractor. The 
artificial stone sidewalks were laid under a five (5) year main- 
tenance guaranty. 

Rosecliff street, from Washington street to Kittredge street, is 
about 687 feet in length. The contract for constructing the 
surface of this street was awarded to Martino DeMatteo 
October 30, 1914. Work was begun March 29, 1915, and com- 
pleted June 21, 1915. It is a forty (40) foot street with a six 
(6) inch tar macadam roadway, granite edgestone, flagging 
crosswalks and artificial stone sidewalks seven (7) feet in 
width, 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. 



182 City Document No. 26. 

The circular edgestone was furnished by the city on the Hne 
of the work. All other materials necessary to do the work were 
furnished by the contractor. 

Rosewood street, from Oakland street to Randolph avenue, is 
about 1,529 feet in length. The contract for constructing the 
surface of this street was awarded to John J. Kelly Company 
September 17, .1915. Work was begun November 9, 1915, 
and suspended December 1, 1915. This street when con- 
structed will be forty (40) feet in width, with a Trinidad 
asphalt pavement and artificial stone sidewalks. The work 
done this year consisted of setting edgestone and the sidewalks 
were graded. Work will be resumed in the spring. 

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

1914, and suspended December 7, 1914. Work was resumed 
May 24, 1915, and completed June 19, 1915. It is a forty 
(40) foot street with a six (6) inch asphalt macadam roadway, 
three (3) foot granite block gutters, granite edgestone, flagging 
crosswalks and seven (7) foot artificial stone sidewalks, laid 
under a five (5) year maintenance guaranty. The principal 
work this season consisted in constructing the artificial stone 
sidewalks for which the contractor furnished all material. 

Sanger street, from East Seventh street to East Eighth street, 
is about 266 feet in length. A contract for constructing the 
surface of this street was awarded to Clark & Gore April 1, 

1915. Work was begun April 9, 1915, and completed May 
7, 1915. It is a forty (40) foot street with a six (6) inch tar 
macadam roadway, six (6) foot brick sidewalk, granite edge- 
stone, flagging crosswalks and granite block gutters. The 
city furnished the straight edgestone, flagging and paving 
blocks and the contractor hauled the same. The circular 
edgestone and sidewalk bricks were furnished by the city on the 
line of the work. 

Saybrook street, from Market street to Dustin street, is about 
1,380 feet in length. The contract for constructing this street 
was awarded to J. C. Coleman & Sons Company December 17, 

1914. Work was begun April 28, 1915, and completed June 26, 

1915. This is a forty (40) foot street with a six (6) inch asphalt 
macadam roadway, granite edgestone, flagging crosswalks and 
seven (7) foot artificial stone sidewalks. The straight edge- 
stone, corners and flagging were furnished by the city and 
hauled by the contractor. The city furnished the circular 
edgestone on the line of the work. The artificial stone sidewalks 
were laid under a five (5) year maintenance guaranty. All 
other materials necessary to do the work were furnished by the 
contractor. 

Schiller road, from Rockland street to the Dedham line, is 
about 652 feet in length. The contract for constructing the 
surface of this street was awarded to the West Roxbury Trap 



Public Works Department. 183 

Rock Company July 20, 1915. Work was begun July 27, 
1915, and completed November 4, 1915. It is a forty (40) 
foot street with six (6) inch tar macadam roadway, granite 
edgestone, three (3) foot granite block gutters, flagging cross- 
walks and seven (7) foot artificial stone sidewalks, laid under a 
five (5) year maintenance guaranty. Part of the straight 
edgestone was furnished by the contractor and the remainder by 
the city. The circular edgestone and corners were furnished 
by the city. The flagging was furnished by the city and hauled 
by the contractor. 

Seaver street (southwesterly side), from Walnut avenue to 
Humboldt avenue, is about 1,400 feet in length. The contract 
for excavating and grading this street was awarded to William 
J. Barry May 4, 1914. Work was begun May 19, 1914, and 
completed September 8, 1915. The work this year consisted 
of excavating earth and rock, grading, removing trees and 
wall and constructing loam spaces. 

Seaver street (southwesterly side), from Blue Hill avenue to 
Humboldt 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, and completed September 4, 1915. The 
work done this season consisted of excavating earth and rock, 
grading, removing trees and wall and constructing loam spaces. 

South Sydney street, from Savin Hill avenue to Bay street, is 
about 347 feet in length. The contract for constructing the 
surface of this street was awarded to the Charles J. Jacobs 
Company April 5, 1915. Work was begun April 15, 1915, and 
completed May 10, 1915. It is a thirty-five (35) foot street 
with a six (6) inch tar macadam roadway, granite edgestone, 
flagging crosswalks and six (6) foot artificial stone sidewalks. 
The straight edgestone, corners, flagging and paving blocks 
were furnished by the city and hauled by the contractor. All 
other materials were furnished by the contractor. The side- 
walks were laid under a five (5) year maintenance guaranty. 

Spring street, from Gardner street to Webster street, is about 
1,389 feet in length. The contract for constructing the surface 
of this street was awarded to the West Roxbury Trap Rock 
Company December 10, 1914. Work was begun December 
16, 1914, and completed August 21, 1915. 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 artificial stone sidewalks twelve 
(12) feet in width from Gardner street to Baker street and 
thirteen (13) feet in width from Baker street to Webster street. 
The artifioial stone sidewalks were laid under a five (5) year 
maintenance guaranty. The straight edgestone, corners, 
flagging and paving blocks were furnished by the city and 
hauled by the contractor. The circular edgestone was fur- 
nished by the city on the line of the work. All other materials 
were furnished by the contractor. 



184 City Document No. 26. 

Spring street, at West Department, Boston City Hospital, is 
about 1,528 feet in length. The contract for constructing 
artificial stone steps, iron and wooden fences was awarded to 
the McNeil Construction Company October 4, 1915. Work 
was begun October 13, 1915. The work done this season has 
consisted of constructing artificial stone steps and platform 
with brick piers, erecting wooden fence and placing concrete 
for iron fence. This work is now in progress and will be com- 
pleted in the early spring. 

Stratton street, from Blue Hill avenue to Lucerne street, is 
about 892 feet in length. The contract for constructing the 
surface of this street was awarded to Charles J. Jacobs Com- 
pany April 22, 1915. Work was begun May 27, 1915, and com- 
pleted July 15, 1915. It is a forty (40) foot street with a six (6) 
inch asphalt macadam roadway, granite "edgestone, flagging 
crosswalks and seven (7) foot sidewalks. On the north side of 
this street the sidewalks consists of crushed stone and on the 
south side artificial stone. The straight edgestone, flagging, 
corners and paving blocks were furnished by the city and 
hauled by the contractor. The circular edgestone was fur- 
nished by the city on the line of the work. All other materials 
were furnished by the contractor. The artificial stone side- 
walk was laid under a five (5) year maintenance guaranty. 

St. Andrew road, from Bayswater street to Washburn 
avenue, is about 1,202 feet in length. A contract for construct- 
ing the surface of this street was awarded to James Doherty 
November 30, 1914. Work was begun March 18, 1915, and 
completed April 29, 1915. It is a forty (40) foot street with a 
six (6) inch asphalt macadam roadway, granite edgestone, 
flagging crosswalks and seven (7) foot artificial stone sidewalks, 
laid under a five (5) year maintenance guaranty. The straight 
edgestone, corners and circular edgestone were furnished by the 
city on the line of the work. All other materials necessary to 
do the work were furnished by the contractor. 

St. William street, from Dorchester avenue to Auckland 
street, is about 327 feet in length. This street, with the excep- 
tion of the artificial stone sidewalks and asphalt wearing surface, 
was constructed by the Paving Service forces. Work was 
begun by them September 15, 1915, and completed October 18, 
1915. A contract for constructing artificial stone sidewalks and 
laying asphalt top on the concrete base laid by the department 
force was awarded to Jeremiah J. Sullivan October 18, 1915. 
Work under this contract was begun October 16, 1915, and 
completed October 25, 1915. The sidewalk and roadway were 
laid under a five (5) year maintenance guaranty. 

Sturtevant street, from Park street to Gibson street, is about 
560 feet in length. The contract for constructing the surface 
of this street was awarded to James Doherty December 3, 1915. 
Work was begun December 6, 1915, and suspended December 29, 
1915. It is a thirty-three (33) foot street and when completed 



Public Works Department. 185 

•will have a Hassam block roadway with artificial stone side- 
walks. About 500 feet of edgestone has been set and the road- 
way rough graded. 

Temple 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 & Son January 11, 1915. 
Work was begun January 11, 1915, and completed August 22, 
1915. The work consisted in excavating earth and rock for 
the purpose of lowering the grade of the street to meet the grade 
under the railroad bridge. 

Tip Top street, from Washington street to Tremont street, 
is about 430 feet in length. A contract for constructing arti- 
ficial stone sidewalks and driveways was awarded to the 
Charles J. Jacobs Company April 21, 1915. Work was begun 
April 23, 1915, and completed May 15, 1915. This is a forty 
(40) foot street with seven (7) foot artificial stone sidewalks. 
This street, with the exception of the artificial stone sidewalks, 
was constructed by the Paving Service forces. The artificial 
stone sidewalks were laid under a five (5) year maintenance 
guaranty. 

Trent street, from Coleman street to Clarkson street, is about 
228 feet in length. This street, with the exception of the artifi- 
cial stone sidew^alks and asphalt wearing surface, was con- 
structed by the Paving Service forces. Work was begun 
October 28, 1915, and completed November 25, 1915. A 
contract for constructing artificial stone sidewalks and laying 
Trinidad asphalt wearing surface on the concrete base laid by 
the Paving Service forces was awarded to William J. Rafferty 
& Co. December 20, 1915. Work was begun on the asphalt 
wearing surface December 16, 1915, and completed the same day. 
The artificial stone sidewalk will be laid as soon as weather 
permits. The asphalt roadway was laid under a five (5) year 
maintenance guaranty. 

Ulmer street, from Arklow street southerly, is about 76 feet 
in length. The surface of this street, with the exception of the 
artificial stone sidewalk, was constructed by the Paving Service 
forces. Work was begun by them April 6, 1915, and completed 
April 22, 1915. It is a forty (40) foot street with seven (7) foot 
sidewalks, granite edgestone, and the roadway was paved with 
granite blocks on a gravel base with pitch joints. A contract 
was awarded to the Charles J. Jacobs Company July 31, 1915, 
to construct artificial stone sidewalks. Work was begun Sep- 
tember 4, 1915, and completed September 9, 1915. These 
sidewalks were laid under a five (5) year maintenance guaranty. 

Upland avenue, from Park street to Melville avenue, is about 
748 feet in length. The surface of this street, with the exception 
of the artificial stone sidewalks and the asphalt or bitulithic 
wearing surface, is being constructed by the Paving Service 
forces. Work was begun November 27, 1915, and suspended 
December 31, 1915. The work done this year consisted of 
setting the edgestone. Work will be resumed in the spring. 



186 City Document No. 26. 

W alley street, from Gladstone street to Waldemar avenue, is 
about 347 feet in length. A contract for constructing the 
surface of this street was awarded to James Doherty June 7, 
1915. Work was begun June 14, 1915, and completed August 
4, 1915. This is a fifty (50) foot street, with a bituminous 
macadam roadway, granite edgestone, flagging crosswalks, 
artificial stone sidewalks eight (8) feet in width, and a wooden 
fence was built on the street line adjoining the railroad property. 
The straight edgestone was furnished by the city on the line of 
the work and the granite blocks at the East Boston Paving 
Yard. All other materials were furnished by the contractor. 
The artificial stone sidewalk was laid under a five (5) year 
maintenance guaranty. 

Wellington Hill footway, from Wellington Hill street to Walk 
Hill street, is about 500 feet in length. A contract for con- 
structing this footway was awarded to Peter Bompiani & Co. 
April 29, 1915. Work was begun May 12, 1915, and is practi- 
cally completed. It is a ten (10) foot footway with artificial 
stone steps, walks and walls and buttress with a galvanized-iron 
fence. All materials were furnished by the contractor. This 
work was done under a five (5) year maintenance guaranty. 

Westmoreland street, from Adams street about 708 feet east- 
erly. The contract for constructing the surface of this street 
was awarded to D. M. Biggs & Co. December 17, 1914. Work 
was begun March 1, 1915, and completed April 10, 1915. It is 
a forty (40) foot street with a six (6) inch asphalt macadam 
roadway, three (3) foot granite block gutters, granite edgestone 
and seven (7) foot artificial stone sidewalks. The straight edge- 
stone, corners, flagging and paving blocks were furnished by 
the city and hauled by the contractor. All other materials 
were furnished by the contractor. The artificial stone sidewalks 
were laid under a five (5) year maintenance guaranty. Part of 
the edgestone was laid on a concrete foundation. 

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 to the Central Construction 
Company November 2, 1914. Work was begun November 16, 
1914, and suspended December 15, 1914. Work was resumed 
March 31, 1915, and completed May 6, 1915. It is a forty 
(40) foot street with a twenty-six (26) foot roadway having a 
one and one-half (1|) inch Trinidad asphalt wearing surface, 
one and one-half (1^) inch bituminous binder laid on a six (6) 
inch Portland cement concrete base, granite edgestone, flag- 
ging crosswalks and artificial stone sidewalks seven (7) feet in 
width. The work with the exception of the artificial stone 
sidewalks was completed in 1914. The sidewalks were com- 
pleted this year. The artificial stone sidewalk and asphalt 
roadway were laid under a five (5) year maintenance guaranty. 

Winfield street, from East Seventh street to East Eighth 
street, is about 267 feet in length. A contract for constructing 



Public Works Department. 187 

the surface of this street was awarded to Clark & Gore April 1, 
1915. It is a thirty-five (35) foot street, with a six (6) inch 
tar macadam roadway, granite edgestone, flagging crosswalks 
and brick sidewalks six (6) feet in width. The straight edge- 
stone and flagging were furnished by the city and hauled by the 
contractor. The circular edgestone was furnished on the line 
of the work. All other materials necessary to do the work 
were furnished by the contractor. 

Woodworth street, from Walnut street to Redfield street, is 
about 420 feet in length. The surface of this street, with the 
exception of the artificial stone sidewalks, was constructed by 
the Paving Service force. Work was begun by them December 
7, 1914, and completed April 16, 1915. It is a thirty foot (30) 
street with a six (6) inch tar macadam roadway, granite block 
gutters, granite edgestone, flagging crosswalks and artificial 
stone sidewalks five (5) feet in width. The contract for con- 
structing the artificial stone sidewalks was awarded to D. M. 
Biggs & Co. June 25, 1915. Work was begun June 28, 1915, 
and completed July 9, 1915. All materials necessary to con- 
struct the artificial stone sidewalks were furnished by the 
contractor. The sidewalks were laid under a five (5) year 
maintenance guaranty. 

Worthington street, from the Fenway to Longwood avenue, 
is about 1,161 feet in length. The surface of this street, with 
the exception of the asphalt top and binder and artificial stone 
sidewalks, was constructed by the Paving Service force. Work 
was begun September 27, 1915, and completed December 29, 
1915. It is a fifty (50) foot street with twelve (12) foot side- 
walks and granite edgestone. The roadway from the Fenway 
320 feet southerly was constructed of asphalt macadam and 
from this point to Longwood avenue with sheet asphalt on a 
six (6) inch Portland cement concrete base. The contract for 
laying the sidewalk and the asphalt top and binder was awarded 
to the Central Construction Company January 15, 1916. 
Work was begun January 11, 1916, and suspended January 15, 
1916. 

General. 

Adams street, from Leonard street to Dickens street, is about 
220 feet in length. A contract for constructing the artificial 
stone sidewalks on the easterly side of this street was awarded 
to James Doherty November 3, 1915. The sidewalk is 
seven (7) feet in width and is laid under a five (5) year mainte- 
nance guaranty. All materials necessary to do the work were 
furnished by the contractor. 

Algonquin street, at numbers 15, 17, 25, 39 and 44. A con- 
tract for constructing artificial stone sidewalks in this street 
and Bradlee street at numbers 16, 17, 25, 35, Thane street at 
number 18, School street (northerly side), from Harvard street 
to number 41, and Quincij street (northeasterly side), from 
Coleman street to Barry street, was awarded to James L. 



188 City Document No. 26. 

Pierce & Co. August 16, 1915. The total length of artificial 
stone sidewalk constructed under this contract was about' 1,174 
feet. The straight edgestone, corners, flagging and paving 
blocks were furnished by the city and hauled by the contractor. 
The circular edgestone was furnished on the line of the work. 
All other materials were furnished by the contractor. The 
artificial stone sidewalks were laid under a five (5) year main- 
tenance guaranty. 

Aspen street, from Copeland street to Montrose street, is 
about 336 feet in length. A contract for constructing artificial 
stone sidewalks was awarded to James L. Pierce & Co. Sep- 
tember 7, 1915. It is a thirty (30) foot street with five (5) 
foot sidewalks and granite edgestone. The edgestone was set 
and artificial stone sidewalks were laid by the contractor. 
The Paving Service force are grading the roadway to conform 
to the grade of the new sidewalk. The artificial stone side- 
walks were laid under a five (5) year maintenance guaranty. 

Blue Hill avenue, from Washington street to Morton street, 
is about 8,915 feet in length. A contract for constructing the 
artificial stone sidewalks on the easterly side and from Cheney 
street to Seaver street on the westerly side of this street was 
awarded to James Doherty August 28, 1915. The sidewalks 
are fifteen (15) feet in width, a part of them haying a ten (10) 
foot loam space and a part being full width artificial stone. 
The edgestone, gutters and flagging crosswalks were regulated 
by the contractor. 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. All other materials were furnished by the contractor. 
On account of the construction of new buildings between Colum- 
bine street and Woodrow avenue the new sidewalk was omitted' 
at this point: The artificial stone sidewalks were laid under a 
five (5) year maintenance guaranty. 

Bourne street (northwesterly side), from Walk Hill street to 
Patten street, is about 219 feet in length. The contract for 
constructing artificial stone sidewalks in this street was awarded 
to James Doherty October 15, 1915. The artificial stone side- 
walks five (5) feet in width were laid by the contractor under a 
five (5) year maintenance guaranty. The contractor set the 
edgestone and laid the paving block gutters. 

Bowdoin street, from Bullard street to Bowdoin avenue, is 
about 1,214 feet in length. The contract for constructing an 
artificial stone sidewalk on the westerly side of this street was 
awarded to James Doherty September 16, 1915. The arti- 
ficial stone sidewalk is ten (10) feet in width, laid under a five 
(5) year maintenance guaranty. The regulating of the edge- 
stone and other necessary work were done by the Paving Service 
force. 

Bradlee street. (See "Algonquin street.") 

Bryant street (westerly side), from Huntington avenue about 
250 feet northerly. The contract for constructing artificial 



Public Works Department. 189 

stone sidewalks under a five (5) year maintenance guaranty 
was awarded to James Doherty October 18, 1915. The con- 
tractor furnished all materials necessary to do the above work. 

Callender street, from Tucker street to Claxton street, is about 
2,029 feet in length. The contract for constructing the arti- 
ficial stone sidewalks and regulating this street was awarded to 
James Doherty July 20, 1915. It is a forty (40) foot street with 
a macadam roadway, granite block gutters, flagging crosswalks 
and artificial stone sidewalks seven (7) feet in width. The 
sidewalks were laid under a five (5) year maintenance 
guaranty. 

Columbus avenue, from Camden street to Worcester street, is 
about 1,105 feet in length. A contract to repair the asphalt 
pavement in this street, on account of high pressure water 
trench operations, was awarded to the Barber Asphalt Paving 
Company January 11, 1915. The contractor did the excavating, 
laid the concrete base and furnished and laid one and one 
half (1|) inches of bituminous binder and one and one-half 
(1|) inch asphalt wearing surface. The contractor furnished all 
materials necessary to do the work and guaranteed the pave- 
ment until January 8, 1917. 

Columbus avenue, from Station street to Tremont street, is 
about 310 feet in length. A contract to construct an artificial 
stone sidewalk on the westerly side of this street was awarded 
to James Doherty October 19, 1915. Most of the walk is in 
front of the Roxbury Station of the New York, New Haven & 
Hartford Railroad. The contractor furnished all materials 
necessary to do the work and laid said sidewalk under a five (5) 
year maintenance guaranty. 

Creighton street, from Day street to Centre street, is about 
820 feet in length. A contract to furnish and lay artificial stone 
sidewalks in this street, under a five (5) year maintenance 
guaranty, was awarded to the John Kelley Company October 
18, 1915. This is a forty (40) foot street with a seven (7) foot 
sidewalk and three (3) foot granite block gutters. The con- 
tractor did the excavating, set the edgestone, paved the gutters 
and furnished the materials for the artificial stone sidewalk. 

Cushing avenue, from Windermere road to Jerome street, is 
about 606 feet in length. The contract for constructing the 
artificial stone sidewalks on the easterly side of this street was 
awarded to James Doherty September 29, 1915. It is a forty 
(40) foot street with a macadam roadway, granite block gut- 
ters, granite edgestone, flagging crosswalks and seven (7) foot 
artificial stone sidewalks. The straight edgestone and paving 
blocks were furnished by the city and hauled by the contractor. 
The circular edgestone was furnished by the city on the line of 
the work. All other materials necessary to do the work were 
furnished by the contractor. The sidewalks were laid under a 
five (5) year maintenance guaranty. A seven (7) foot artificial 
stone sidewalk about 75 feet in length was laid on Windermere 
road in connection with this work. 



190 City Document No. 26. 

Day street, from Centre street to Minden street, is about 
1,481 feet in length. A contract for furnishing and laying 
artificial stone sidewalks, under a five (5) year maintenance 
guaranty, was awarded to the John Kelley Company October 
18, 1915. The edgestone was reset and granite block gutters 
repaved. The straight edgestone and flagging were furnished 
by the city and hauled by the contractor. The circular edge- 
stone was furnished by the city on the line of the work. All 
other materials necessary to do the work were furnished by the 
contractor. 

Dickens street, from Adams street to Clayton street, is about 
889 feet in length. The contract for constructing the artificial 
stone sidewalks in this street was awarded to James Doherty 
November 3, 1915. It is a forty (40) foot street with a macadam 
roadway, granite edgestone, flagging crosswalks and seven (7) 
foot artificial stone sidewalks. 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. All other materials were furnished by the contractor. 
The artificial stone sidewalks were laid under a five (5) year 
maintenance guaranty. 

Dracut street, from Dorchester avenue to Bruce street, is 
about 1,147 feet in length. The contract for constructing the 
artificial stone sidewalks and regulating this street was awarded 
to the John Kelley Company April 28, 1915. It is a forty (40) 
foot street with a tar macadam roadway, granite edgestone, 
flagging crosswalks and seven (7) foot artificial stone sidewalks. 
All the material for the artificial stone sidewalk was furnished 
by the contractor. The sidewalks were laid under a five (5) 
year maintenance guaranty. The Paving Service force resur- 
faced this roadway. 

Ellis street, from Hawthorne street to Fulda street, is about 
235 feet in length. A contract to furnish and lay artificial stone 
sidewalk on the westerly side of this street was awarded to the 
John Kelley Company August 9, 1915. This walk as built is 
about five (5) feet in width and the contractor set the edgestone 
and paved the gutters. The edgestone and paving blocks were 
furnished by the city and hauled by the contractor. The con- 
tractor furnished all materials necessary to do the sidewalk. 
The sidewalk was laid under a five (5) year maintenance 
guaranty. 

Fulda street, from Ellis street to 164 feet westerly, is about 
164 feet in length. A contract to construct an artificial stone 
sidewalk on the northerly side of this street was awarded to the 
John Kelley Company August 9, 1915. The sidewalk as con- 
structed is seven (7) feet in width. The contractor reset the 
edgestone and repaved the gutter. The contractor furnished 
all materials necessary to the work. The artificial stone side- 
walks were laid under a five (5) year maintenance guaranty. 

Gladstone street, from Walley street to Upland street, is about 
1,829 feet in length. A contract to construct an artificial stone 



Public Works Department. 191 

sidewalk in this street, under a five (5) year maintenance 
guaranty, was awarded to Agostino DeStefano September 16, 
1916. The" contractor has done most of the excavating, set 
part of the edgestone, paved the gutters and placed cinder 
foundation for the artificial stone sidewalks. The city fur- 
nished the edgestone on the line of the work. The flagging 
and paving blocks were furnished by the city and hauled by the 
contractor. This work will be resumed in the spring. 

Hawthorne street, from Highland street to Ellis street, is about 
190 feet in length. A contract to fm-nish and lay an artificial 
stone sidewalk, under a five (5) year maintenance guaranty, 
was awarded to the John Kelley Company August 9, 1915. 
This is a thirty (30) foot street, with five (5) foot sidewalks. 
The contractor reset the edgestone, repaved the gutters and con- 
structed an artificial stone sidewalk on the southerly side of 
this street. The edgestone, corners and paving blocks were 
furnished by the city and hauled by the contractor. All other 
materials necessary to do the work were furnished by the 
contractor. 

Highland street, from Hawthorne street about 130 feet 
southerly. A contract to construct an artificial stone side- 
walk on the easterly side of this street was awarded to John 
Kelley & Co. August 9, 1915. The sidewalk as constructed 
varies in width from five (5) to six (6) feet. This sidewalk was 
laid under a five (5) year maintenance guaranty. 

Jerome street, from Cushing avenue to Everett avenue, is 
about 337 feet in length. The contract for constructing the 
artificial stone sidewalk on the south side of this street was 
awarded to James Doherty September 29, 1915. The con- 
tractor reset the edgestone, repaved the gutters and con- 
structed the artificial stone sidewalks. The sidewalk was laid 
under a five (5) year maintenance guaranty. 

Lake street, from Commonwealth avenue to 1,720 feet north- 
erly. A contract to construct the artificial stone sidewalks in 
this street was awarded to the J. H. Sullivan Company July 28, 
1915. The sidewalk as constructed is five and one half (5|) 
feet in width. The sidewalks were laid under a five (5) year 
maintenance guaranty. 

Neponset avenue, from Boutwell street to Minot street on the 
westerly side and from Tohnan street to Holbrook street on the 
easterly side, is about 2,390 feet in length. A contract for con- 
structing artificial stone sidewalks and regulating on this street 
was awarded to the D. M. Biggs Company April 22, 1915. 
It is a sixty (60) foot street with a ten (10) foot sidewalk. 
The circular edgestone was furnished by the city on the line 
of the work. All other materials were furnished by the con- 
tractor. The contractor reset the edgestone, repaved the 
gutters and constructed an artificial stone sidewalk. The side- 
walk was laid under a five (5) year maintenance guaranty. 

Old road, from Elmo street to Columbia road, is about 261 
feet in length. A contract to remove the ledge and rough 



192 City Document No. 26. 

grade this street was awarded to John E. Gill April 24, 1915. 
The contractor furnished all the tools necessary to do the work 
and hauled the surplus earth and rock excavation to Seaver 
street, between Blue Hill avenue and Humboldt avenue. 

Park street, from Centre street to Montview street, is about 
1,177 feet in length. The contract for constructing artificial 
stone sidewalks and regulating this street was awarded to Mar- 
tino DeMatteo July 12, 1915. The sidewalks seven (7) feet 
in width were laid for the greater part with an artificial stone 
walk four and one half (4|) feet wide with a seeded loam space. 
From Centre street about 50 feet northerly the sidewalks are 
full width artificial stone. A four and one-half (4|) foot 
artificial stone sidewalk with a seeded loam space was con- 
structed on the easterly side of Montview street for a distance 
of about 100 feet northerly from Park street. The artificial 
stone sidewalks were laid under a five (5) year maintenance 
guaranty. The straight edgestone and corners were furnished 
by the city and hauled by the contractor. The circular edge- 
stone was furnished by the city on the line of the work. All 
other materials were furnished by the contractor. 

Pearl street (northerly side), from Pleasant street about 100 
feet easterly; Pleasant street, from Stoughton street to Victoria 
street on the easterly side of the street, is about 435 feet in 
length, and Victoria street (southerly side) , from Pleasant street 
163 feet easterly. A contract to construct artificial stone side- 
walks in these streets was awarded to James Doherty July 20, 
1915. The contractor reset the edgestone, repaved the gutters 
and constructed an artificial stone sidewalk under a five (5) 
year maintenance guaranty. 

Penfield street, from Belgrade avenue to Birch street, is about 
1,042 feet in length. The contract for constructing artificial 
stone sidewalks in this street was awarded to Martino De 
Matteo October 18, 1915. The artificial stone sidewalks 
from five (5) to six (6) feet in width were laid under a five (5) 
year maintenance guaranty. The edgestone and gutters had 
previously been regulated by the Paving Service force. 

Pleasant street. (See Pearl street.) 

Poplar street, from Sycamore street to Brown avenue, and 
Hilhurn street, as extended. The contract for setting edgestone 
and constructing artificial stone sidewalks in this street was 
awarded to the John Kelley Company July 30, 1915. Granite 
edgestone was set from Sycamore street to Brown avenue on the 
northeasterly side and from Sycamore street to Hilburn street 
on the southwesterly side. Artificial stone sidewalks were laid 
on this street under a five (5) year maintenance guaranty. A 
portion of the straight edgestone and corners were furnashed 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. 

Quincy street. (See Algonquin street.) 



Public Works Department. 193 

Roive street, from Ashland street to Seymour street, is about 
446 feet in length. A contract for resetting edgestone, repaying 
gutters and constructing artificial stone sidewalks under a five 
(5) year maintenance guaranty, was awarded to Martino 
DeMatteo August 16, 1915. The artificial stone sidewalk is 
seven (7) feet in width. The contractor patched part of the 
roadway with tar macadam four (4) inches in depth. The 
contractor furnished all the materials necessary to do the work. 

School street. (See Algonquin street.) 

Seymour street (easterly side) ,' from about 80 feet north of 
Rowe street to the railroad bridge, is about 340 feet in length. 
The contract for resetting the edgestone, repaving the gutters 
and constructing an artificial stone sidewalk in this street was 
awarded to Martino DeMatteo August 16, 1915. The artificial 
stone sidewalk seven (7) feet in width was laid under a five (5) 
year maintenance guaranty. The edgestone was reset and part 
of the granite block gutters repaved. All material necessary to 
do the above work was furnished by the contractor. 

Thane street. (See Algonquin street.) 

Vernon street, from Cabot street to Vernon place, is about 280 
feet in length. A contract to construct artificial stone side- 
walks in this street was awarded to the Charles J. Jacobs Com- 
pany September 2, 1915. The contractor did the excavating, 
reset the edgestone and furnished all materials necessary to do 
the above work. The sidewalk was laid under a five (5) year 
maintenance guaranty. 

Victoria street. (See Pearl street.) 

Wachusett street, from Weld HUl street to Barlow street, is 
about 389 feet in length. The contract for excavating and grad- 
ing in this street was awarded to John Landis January 13, 1916. 
Work is yet unfinished and has consisted of earth excavation. 

Wait street, from Hillside street about 520 feet northerly. A 
contract to construct brick sidewalks and set edgestone in this 
street was awarded to the John Kelley Company July 12, 1915. 
This is a fifty (50) foot street with an eight (8) foot sidewalk. 
The contractor did the excavating, hauled and set the edgestone, 
paved the gutters, laid the flagging crosswalks and paved the 
sidewalks with brick. The straight edgestone, corners, flagging 
and granite paving blocks were furnished by the city and hauled 
by the contractor. The circular edgestone and sidewalk bricks 
were furnished by the city on the line of the work. All other 
materials were furnished by the contractor. 

Walk Hill street (southwesterly side), from Wachusett street 
to Bourne street, is about 736 feet in length. The contract for 
setting edgestone, paving gutters and constructing artificial stone 
sidewalks in this street was awarded to James Doherty October 
19, 1915. The artificial stone sidewalk eight (8) feet in width is 
laid under a five (5) year maintenance guaranty. The con- 
tractor reset the edgestone, paved the gutters and regulated the 
flagging crosswalks. The straight edgestone and paving blocks 
were furnished by the city and hauled by the contractor. The 



194 City Document No. 26. 

circular edgestone was furnished by the city on the Une of the 
work. All other materials were furnished by the contractor. 

Washington street (southerly side), from Tip Top street to the 
Newton line, is about 1,325 feet in length. The Paving Service 
force set the edgestone and paved the gutters. A contract to 
construct artificial stone sidewalks in this street was awarded to 
Agostino DeStefano November 24, 1915. No work has been 
done under this contract as yet. 

West Broadway, from Dorchester avenue to Dorchester street, 
is about 4,095 feet in length* A contract to furnish and lay 
artificial stone sidewalks, under a five (5) year maintenance 
guaranty, was awarded to Thomas J. Hind Corporation June 25, 
1915. The contractor reset part of the edgestone and repaved 
part of the gutters. The straight edgestone and granite paving 
blocks were furnished by the city and hauled by the contractor. 
The city furnished the circular edgestone on the line of the 
work. The contractor furnished all material necessary to 
construct the artificial stone sidewalks. 



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Financial Statement, Paving Service. 
Maintenance. 

Appropriation . $1,136,368 00 

Collected for work done and ma- 
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services, departments, individ- 
uals, companies, etc. 28,151 21 

Inspectors' services . . . 2,355 52 



Transferred to other appropriations 



$1,166,506 73 
66,918 41 

$1,099,588 32 



Special Appropriations. 

Granolithic sidewalks: . 

Amount of appropriation . . $100,000 00 
Expendituresto January 31, 1916, 73,772 25 



Balance January 31, 1916 



,227 75 



Summary of Expenditures. 

Paving Service 

Highways, making of . 

Granolithic sidewalks .... 

East First street extension . 

Avery, Mason and Washington streets 

Harvard avenue, Brighton . 



$1,099,588 32 

507,266 58 

73,772 25 

8,064 75 

2,043 18 

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$1,690,735 23 



Income. 

Statement showing the amount of bills deposited with 
the City Collector from February 1, 1915, to January 31, 
1916, and credited to general revenue. 

On account of edgestone and sidewalk assess- 
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Permits 

Rent 

Junk, old materials, etc 



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24,584 89 

90 00 

78 12 


$39,064 98 



200 City Document No. 26. 

Amount paid into the city treasury during the year: 

On account of edgestone and sidewalk assess- 
ments $22,502 97 

Permits 24,258 11 

Saleof junk, old materials, etc. . . . . 201 52 

Rents 375 00 

$47,337 60 



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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 artificial stone sidewalks 

Salaries of engineering inspectors (office work) 

Salaries of district inspectors .... 

Salaries of numbering clerks . . . . 

Salary of medical inspector (part of) . 

Medical attendance on injured employees . 

Salary of chief veterinarian (part of) . 

Salary of inspector of horses .... 

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. . . . $247 73 

Repairs ' 187 58 

New tires and tubes . . . 221 78 

Repairing tires and tubes . . 17 75 

Supplies, etc 191 81 

Wages of chauffeur . . . 1,092 00 

Miscellaneous . . . . 11 60 



1 new Buick touring car (division engineer) 
Automobile expense, engineer in charge: 
Gasolene, grease, etc. . . . $152 



Repairs 

New tires and tubes 

Repairing tires and tubes 

Supplies, etc. . 

Wages of chauffeur 

Miscellaneous 

Automobile expense, emergency car: 
Gasolene, grease, etc. . 
New tubes and tires 

Repairs 

Miscellaneous .... 



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2,947 50 

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9,838 19 

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3,607 89 

996 50 

6,374 12 

1,180 42 

483 32 

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416 66 

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28,237 72 

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203 



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Gasolene, grease, etc. . . $110 77 



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Repairs 

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Repairing tires and tubes 

Supplies, etc. . 

Wages of chauffeur 

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56 03 
70 26 
31 94 

129 00 
34 85 



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Repairing tires and tubes 
Supphes, etc. . 
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Automobile, Permit Office: 

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Repairing tires and tubes 

Supplies, etc. . 

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Newspapers, magazines, etc. 

Advertising 

Printing .... 

Postage .... 

Stationery .... 

Traveling expenses, car fares, etc 

Engineering supplies and incidentals 

Artificial stone sidewalks: 

Rebates allowed to contractors . $11,260 79 
Repairs made .... 2,697 74 

Advertising 4 20 

New walks laid . . . . 125 04 



Asphalt and bitulithic pavements repaired: 
Temporary repairs, labor, mate- 
rials, etc $955 65 

Engineering 1,378 32 

Inspection 1,508 33 

Engineering expense . . . 12 15 

Advertising 15 20 



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175 59 

464 60 



355 89 

464 60 

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3,029 76 

469 56 

946 05 

719 71 

1,019 86 



14,087 77 



Carried forward 



5,869 65 $190,894 19 



204 



City Document No. 26. 



Brought forward .... 

Amount paid to Central Construc- 
tion Company, asphalt repairs. 

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

Amount paid to Barber Asphalt 
Paving Company 

Amount paid to Warren Brothers 
Company 



$3,869 65 $190,894 19 
48,810 22 



10,296 55 



194 35 



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Brick block temporary repairs, labor, materials, 
etc 

Wood block temporary repairs, labor, materials, 
etc 



New crosswalks not included elsewhere . 

Fence repairs 

Plank walk repairs 

Edgestones, sidewalks and gutters (new) not 
included elsewhere .... 

Rent of land, wharfs, etc. (net) 

Taxes (net) 

Horses purchased and exchanged (net cost) 

Expense of stables, including 
drivers, feeders, fodder, horseshoe- 
ing, repairs to harnesses, wagons, 
carts, etc $126,788 99 

Amount earned by department 

teams 116,746 46 



Electric lighting at yards and stables 
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 

Labor at snow dumps 

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

Concrete mixers 

Executions of courts and damages 

Carried forward 



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9,741 44 

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18,908 71 

1,856 31 

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clerks, yardmen, watchmen, tool wagons, etc. . 

Repairs of yard buildings, stables, sheds, shanties, 

etc 

Painting stable at Roxbury Yard .... 
Sanding icy and slippery streets .... 
Repairing culverts and building new culverts 

Bandages, etc 

Hoister engine, fuel and supplies .... 

Uniforms 

Trimming and removing trees .... 

Services of real estate expert 

Chests for Central Office 

Premium on bonds 

Hire of lighter 

Mechanics Building exhibit 

Freight and cartage 

Marking catch-basins 

Asphalt and oil analysis 

Photographs 

Sundries 

Sewer Service, work done and materials furnished, 

not shown elsewhere 1,128 23 

Water Service, work done and materials furnished, 

not shown elsewhere 213 65 

Bridge Service, work done and materials furnished, 

not shown elsewhere 12 35 

Sanitary Service, work done and materials 

furnished, not shown elsewhere .... 778 66 

Street Cleaning and OiUng Service, work done and 

materials furnished, not shown elsewhere . . 7,392 91 

Lighting Service, work done and materials 

furnished, not shown elsewhere . . . . 178 46 

Park and Recreation Department, work done and 

materials furnished, not shown elsewhere . . 70 42 

Transit Commission, work done and materials 

furnished, not shown elsewhere .... 50 44 

High Pressure Fire Service, work done and 

materials furnished, not shown elsewhere . . 53 63 

Ferry Service, work done and materials furnished, 

not shown elsewhere 12 50 

Work done and materials fm-nished individuals, 

corporations, etc 276 25 

Land on Dimock street, used for storage purposes, 

wages of watchman 108 75 

Stock, materials .... $64,941 31 

Stock, handling and teaming . . 22,972 84 



Carried forward .... $87,914 15 $386,277 80 



206 City Document No. 26. 

Brought forward .... $87,914 15 $386,277 80 
Less stock delivered on streets . 81,604 71 

6,309 44 



$392,587 24 



Steam rollers, amount 

earned . $21,388 33 

Steam rollers, cost of 
operating, repairing, 

etc 20,312 44 

$1,075 89 

Amount earned by concrete mixers, 232 45 

1,308 34 

$391,278 90 

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

Ashburton place, at City Club building. 

* Amount paid to Warren Brothers Company: 
384 square yards bitulithic @ $3 . . . $1,152 00 
Extra work on account of frost, $95 54 
Plus 15 per cent ... 14 33 

109 87 

$1,261 87 



Beach street, from Harrison avenue to Albany street. (Work not started.) 
Engineering $6 37 

Belgrade avenue, from No. 292 to No. 308. Artificial stone sidewalks 
constructed, edgestone reset and block gutters relaid. 

Amount paid to Martino DeMatteo: 
295 linear feet edgestone reset @ 13c. . . $38 35 

97 square yards block gutters repaved @ 

35c. . 33 95 

3,495 square feet artificial stone sidewalks 

laid @ 16c 559 20 

1 manhole cover reset 3 00 

$634 50 



Boylston street, from Tremont street across Boylston place. Length, 353 
hnear feet. Area, 1,432 square yards. Old asphalt surface removed, 
old concrete base patched and wood block pavement laid and cross- 
walks regulated. 



Engineering 


$27 55 


Inspection 


36 75 


Advertising 


4 20 


Edgestone, 10 feet straight 


6 65 


Demurrage 


53 00 


Labor, handUng stock 


15 


Carried forward .... 


$128 30 



* The Edison Electric Illuminating Company, Boston Consolidated Gas Company and 
Water Service were charged for part of this work. 



Public Works Department. 



207 



Brought forward 
Credit: Flagging, 27 feet old . 
Blocks, 440 old granite, 



$10 80 

8 80 



$128 30 

19 60 
$108 70 



$1 50 
33 00 



4 05 



Amount paid Fred S. Gore, under contract: 

10 linear feet existing edge- 

stone reset @ 15c. 
6.6 cubic yards concrete base 
furnished and laid @ $5, 
9 square yards existing gran- 
ite block paving relaid, 
gravel joints, @ 45c. . 

1 1 square yards existing gran- 

ite block paving relaid, 
pitch joints, @ 80c. 
38 square yards existing flag- 
ging crosswalks relaid, 
pitch joints, @ 80c. 
1,374 square yards wood block 
pavement furnished and 
laid @ $2.42 . 
Extra work — Break out 
existing concrete base 
above grade and fill de- 
pressions with cement: 
16 hours' labor @ 25c. . 
Plus 15 per cent on $4 

12 bags cement @ 50c. 



80 



30 40 



3,325 08 



4 00 




60 




6 00 






3,413 43 





j,522 13 



Braintree street, from Franklin street to Everett street. Length, 1,395 
linear feet. Area, 3,959 square yards. Edgestone set, artificial stone 
sidewalks laid, Hassam block pavement laid on concrete base. 



Engineering 


$83 31 


Inspection 


120 75 


Engineering expense 


4 70 


Advertising 


4 30 


Labor, handling stock 


13 26 


Edgestone, 675 feet 9 inches straight, 9 small 




corners and 39 feet circular .... 


524 88 


Flagging, 197 feet 8 inches .... 


145 29 




$896 49 


Credit: Blocks, 1,200 old granite . 


24 00 



$872 49 



Amount paid James Doherty , under contract : 
710 linear feet straight edge- 
stone and corners 
hauled and set @ 23c., $163 30 

40 linear feet circular edge- 
stone set @ 15c. . . 6 00 
1,399 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 13c. . 181 87 
124 square yards existing 
granite block paving 
relaid @ 40c. 



Carried forward 



49 60 

77 



$872 49 



208 City Document No. 26. 

Brought forward . . . $400 77 $872 49 

3,783 square yards H a s s a m 
block pavement fur- 
nished and laid, includ- 
ing concrete base, @ 
$3.35 . . . 12,673 05 

44 square yards flagging 
crosswalks hauled and 
laid, grout joints, in- 
cluding concrete base, 
@$2 . . . . 88 00 

8 square yards existing flag- 
ging crosswalks relaid, 
grout joints, including 
concrete base, @$1.75, 14 00 

95 square yards existing 
brick sidewalks relaid 

@ 30c 28 50 

12,610 square feet artificial stone 

sidewalks furnished and 

laid @ 14|c. . 

10 covers reset @ $3 . 

Extra work — Lower 

manhole over 'six (6) 

inches : 

5 hours, mason, @ 62|c. . 

10 hours' labor @ 25c. 

Plus 15 per cent on $5.63, 
1 bag cement @ 50c. . 



1,828 


45 


30 


00 


3 


13 


2 


50 




84 




50 



15,069 74 

$15,942 23 



* Cambridge street (southerly side), from Washington street to Warren 
street. Length, 906 linear feet. Area, 10,011 square feet. (Work 
done in 1914.) 

Advertising $2 25 

Amount paid John Kelly Company, under contract: 
46 linear feet straight edge- 
stone hauled and set @ 

19c $8 74 

809 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 10c. . 80 90 
291 square yards existing 
granite block paving 
relaid @ 45c. . . 130 95 
3 square yards existing 
flagging crosswalks re- 
laid @ 50c. ... 1 50 
10,011 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks furnished and 
laid @ 13|c. 1,351 49 

$1,573 58 

Less amount paid in 1914 1,494 90 

78 68 



$80 93 



Clarendon street, Columbus avenue to Tremont street. (Work done in 
1914.) 
Tarvia, 192 gallons $15 36 

* Done in connection with Washington street. 



Public Woeks Department. 



209 



Columbia road, at Hancock street. 

Amount paid to Warren Brothers Company: 

281 square yards excavation @ 8c. . $22 48 

281 square yards bitulithic pavement laid 

@ $1.53 429 93 

16.35 tons crushed stone @ $1.90 ... 31 07 



$483 48 



Dix place, now Dore street, from Washington street to Tremont street. 
(Work done in 1914.) 
Engineering expense $0 15 

East Eighth street,, from Covington street to Dorchester street. Bepaved 
with the old granite blocks on a gravel base with pitch and pebble 
joints by department force. (Work unfinished.) One thousand six 
hundred feet edgestone reset, 2,248 square yards block paving relaid 
with cement grout joints, 84 square yards block crosswalks relaid with 
cement grout joints, 1,258 square yards brick sidewalks repaved. 

Labor, edgestone excavating 

Labor, edgestone resetting 

Labor, brick walk excavating 

Labor, brick walk repaving 

Labor, block paving barring out 

Labor, block paving repaving 

Labor, crosswalk excavating 

Labor, crosswalk repaving 

Edgestone 

Cement 

Gravel . 

Sand 

Flagging 

Pitch . 

Pebbles 

Bricks . 

Lumber 

Teaming 

Fuel 

Pitch pouring hods 

$4,091 48 



$204 43 


138 17 


73 75 


223 59 


642 46 


795 89 


25 00 


28 91 


1 46 


1 65 


96 19 


2 56 


14 88 


410 52 


720 44 


225 00 


42 


431 00 


51 18 


3 98 



Gainsborough street, from St. Stephen street to Hemenway street. Repaired 
artificial stone sidewalks, reset edgestone and repaved gutters. (North 
side.) 



Amount paid to J. J. SuUivan: 

5,155 square feet artificial stone sidewalks 

repaired @ 10c 

1,230 feet edgestone reset @ 15c. 
428 square yards gutter repaved @ 40c. 
5 catch-basins reset @ $5 . 
80 double loads filling @ $1 



$515 50 

184 50 

171 20 

25 00 

80 00 



$976 20 



L street, from East First street across East Broadway. Length, 948 Unear 
feet. Area, 3,006 square yards. Roadway paved with granite 
blocks and gravel base; crosswalks and brick sidewalks were relaid. 

Engineering $89 35 

Inspection 98 00 

Engineering expense .... 3 25 

Carried forward $190 60 



210 



City Document No. 26. 



Brought forward 
Advertising .... 
Edgestone, 125 feet straight 
Flagging, 238 feet granite . 
Labor, handling stock 
Bricks, 28,000 sidewalk . 



$190 60 

4 50 

114 58 

174 99 

3 57 

350 00 



Credit: Blocks, 2,419 old granite, 



Amount paid Thomas Kelly & 
contract : 

138 linear feet circular edge- 
stone set @, 10c. . 
1,626 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 12c. 
175 square yards granite block 
paving relaid, gravel 
joints, @ 35c. 
2,450 square yards granite 
paving furnished and 
laid, gi'out joints, @ 
$2.15 . _ . _ . 
197 square yards existing gran- 
ite block paving relaid, 
grout joints, @ 50c. 
15 square yards existing flag- 
ging crosswalks relaid, 
gi'avel joints, @ 50c. . 
63 square yards flagging 
crosswalks hauled and 
laid, grout joints, @ 
$1.25 . . . 
116 square yards existing flag- 
ging crosswalks relaid, 
gi'out joints, @/ 65c. 
1,490 square yards existing 
brick sidewalks relaid 
@ 19c 

8 rovers reset @/ $3 . 
Extra work — Close up 

driveway where directed 
and construct new drive- 
way: 

3 hours, edgestone setter, @ 

62^c 

9 hours, helper, @ 31iC. 

2 hours, stonecutter, @ 62Jc. 
28 hours' labor @ 25c. . 
Plus 15 per cent on $12.94, 

1 day, double team, @ $6, 
Extra work — Relay 

crosswalk at Third 
street : 

2 hours, paver, @/ 62Jc. 

4 hours, helper, @ 31 Jc. 
Plus 15 per cent on $2.50 . 



Co., under 

$13 80 
195 12 

61 25 



,267 


53 


98 


50 


7 


50 


66 


25 


75 


40 


283 10 
24 00 



$838 24 
48 38 

$789 86 



1 88 


2 81 


1 25 


7 00 


1 94 


6 00 


1 25 


1 25 


38 



Carried forward 



),116 18 



$789 86 



Public Works Department. 



211 



Brought forward 

Extra work — F u r n i sh 
and lay concrete in 
water trench across rail- 
road tracks: 
2 square yards concrete 
base laid @ $1 
Extra work — Haul away 
paving blocks left by 
Boston Elevated Rail- 
way Company: 
2| days, double team, @ $6 . 
Extra work — Set edge- 
stone and pave gutters 
on East First street as 
directed : 
4 hours, foreman, @ 62|c. . 
4 hom's, edgestone setter, @ 

62*c. 
8 hours, paver, @ 62ic. 
4 hom's, rammer, @ 31|c. 
64 hours' labor @ 25c. . 
Plus 15 per cent on $27.25 
1 day, double team, @ $6 
Extra work — Repair over 
fire and water trenches 
8 hours, foreman, @ 62^c. 
8 hours, paver, @ 62^c. 
24 hours' labor @ 25c. . 
Plus 15 per cent on $16 
1 day, double team, @ $6 
12 bags cement @ 50c. 
24 cubic feet sand @ 5c. 



),116 18 



2 00 



15 00 



2 50 



$789 86 



2 


50 


5 


00 


1 


25 


16 


00 


4 


09 


6 


00 


5 


00 


5 


00 


6 


00 


2 


40 


6 


00 


6 


00 


1 


20 



6,202 12 

$6,991 98 



Massachusetts avenue, from Midland Division Bridge to Columbia road. 
Length, 2,347 hnear 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 flagging crosswalks laid. 

Amount paid Jeremiah J. McCarthy Company, under 
contract : 
2,141 linear feet straight edgestone and 

corners hauled and set @ 16c. . . $342 56 

295 Hnear feet existing edgestone reset @ 

15c 44 25 

35 square yards existing granite block 

paving relaid, gravel joints, @ 50c., 17 50 

10,165 square yards granite block paving fur- 
nished and laid, grout joints, includ- 
ing concrete base, @ $3.10 . . 31,511 50 
31 square yards existing granite block 
paving relaid, grout joints, includ- 
ing concrete base, @ $1.50 . . 46 50 
44 square yards flagging crosswalks hauled 
and laid, grout joints, including con- 
crete base, @ $1.75 . . . 77 00 



Carried forward 



$32,039 31 



212 City Document No. 26. 

Brought forward $32,039 31 

90 square yards existing flagging cross- 
walks relaid, grout joints, including 
concrete base, @ $1 . . . . 90 00 

112 square j^ards existing brick sidewalks 

relaid @ 50c 56 00 

25,258 square feet artificial stone sidewalks 

furnished and laid @, 15^c. . 3,914 99 

25 covers reset @ $3 . . . . . 75 00 

78 square yards granite block paving 

relaid, grout joints, @ 90c. . . 70 20 

$36,245 50 
Less amount paid in 1914 . . 34,295 28 



$1,950 22 



Old road, from Elmo street to Columbia road. Length, 261 linear feet. 
Area, 1,033 square yards. The ledge was excavated and the street 
was graded. 

Amount paid John E. Gill, under contract: 

Removing ledge rock $550 00 



Station street, from Columbus avenue to Parker street. (Work done in 
1914.) 

Advertising $4 30 

Credit: Blocks, 44,515 old granite, $890 30 
Bricks, 4,025 old sidewalk, 28 18 

918 48 



Net credit $914 18 



Summer street, from westerly side of Hawley street to High street. Paved 
with wood block on a concrete base by Northern Construction Com- 
pany for Boston Transit Commission. Part of cost borne by Paving 
Service. 

Amount paid Boston Transit Commission as per agreement: 
4,423.6 square yards of wood block pavement 

laid @ $1.63 $7,210 47 

893.43 square yards excavation @ 22c. . . 196 55 

96.38 cubic yards concrete base @ $5.25 . 506 00 
364.12 square yards wood block pavement @ 

$2.38 866 61 

392.83 square yards granite block pavement 

@ 75c 294 62 

136.50 square yards temporary pavement @, 

50c 68 25 

5.27 cubic yards grout @ $5 . . . . 26 35 

42 loads dh^ hauled to scow @ $2 . . 84 00 

20 loads dirt hauled to dump @ $1.65 . 33 00 

2 manhole covers raised @ $3.30 . . 6 60 

Repaving around manhole ... 2 97 

Regrading Chiirch green ... 3 39 

HandUng and loading old concrete 

base 32 51 

$9,331 32 



Public Works Department. 



213 



Tremont street, from Scollay square to Boylston street. Length, 2,838 
linear feet. Area, 11,454 square yards. Old asphalt removed, con- 
crete base was patched and wood block pavement laid. 



Engineering 




$245 46 


Inspection 




178 06 


Engineering expense .... 




1 60 


Advertising 




4 50 


Chemical analysis .... 




255 37 


Bricks, 200 sidewalk .... 




3 00 


Flagging, 43 feet 2 inches granite . 




15 54 


Amount paid to Coleman Brothers, imder 




contract : 






220 Unear feet existing edge- 






stone reset @ 20c. . $44 00 




308 cubic yards concrete base 






furnished and laid @ 






$4.50 .... 1,386 00 




264 square yards existing 






granite block paving 






relaid, pitch joints, @ 






65c 171 60 




10 square yards flagging 






crosswalks hauled and 






laid, pitch joints, @ 






70c. . . ... 


7 00 




142 square yards existing 






flagging crosswalks re- 






laid, pitch joints, @ 






60c 


S5 20 




11,038 square yards wood block 






pavement furnished 






and laid @ $2.39 . 26,380 82 




1,303 square feet artificial stone 






sidewalks furnished 






and laid @ 16c. . . 208 48 




15 covers reset @ $3 . 


45 00 




Extra work — Rebuild 






sewer manhole near 






corner of Mason street: 






5| hours, foreman, @ 50c. 


2 75 




44 hours' labor @ 25c. 


11 00 




Plus 15 per cent on $13.75, 


2 06 




2 hours, double team, @ 






75c 


1 50 




6 hours, single team, @ 






50c 


3 00 




Extra work — Chip con- 






crete base where di- 






rected: 






12 hours, superintendent, @ 






75c 


9 00 




214 hours, foreman, @ 50c. . 107 00 




5 hours, subforeman @ 40c. 


2 00 




50 hours, timekeeper, @ 40c. 


20 00 




50 hours, blacksmith, @, 






43fc. . . : . 


21 88 




41 h u r s, blacksmith's 






helper, @ 31ic. . 


12 81 




1 hour, paver, @ 62|c. 


63 




43 hours, stonecutter, @ 65c. 


27 95 




1 hour, rammer, @ 285C. . 


28 





Carried forward 



$28,549 96 $703 53 



214 



City Document No. 26. 



Brought forward 
2,236 hours' labor @ 25c. 

12 houi's, water boy, @ 18|c. 

Plus 15 per cent on 

$762.80 

81 hoiirs, double team, @ 

75c. .... 

61 hours, single team, @ 50c. 

6 hours, double loads of 

dirt hauled to scow, @ 

40c 

Extra work — Repave 
the intersection o f 
School street and 
Beacon street, the ap- 
proaches at Hamilton 
place and West street 
and in front of St. 
Paul's Church: 
36 hoiirs, foreman, @ 50c. . 
16 hours, paver, @ 62|c. 
10 hours, rammer, @ 28|c. 
2 hours, tender, @ 25c. 
9 hours, timekeeper, @ 

40c 

416 hours' labor @ 25c. 

8 hours, water boy, @ 18|c. 

Plus 15 per cent on 

$142.41 

18 hours, double team, @ 

75c. . . .' . 

8 hours, single team, @ 

50c 

500 wood blocks @ 6c. . 
2 double loads sand @ $2, 
10 bags cement @ 50c. 



5,549 96 
559 00 

2 25 

114 42 

60 75 
30 50 



2 40 



$703 53 



18 00 

10 00 

2 81 

50 


3 60 

104 00 

1 50 


21 06 


13 50 


4' 00 
30 00 

4 00 

5 00 



29,537 25 



,240 78 



Trinity place, from Stuart street to Stanhope street, 
with asphalt. 

Amount paid to Barber Asphalt Paving Company: 

408 square yards binder and wearing surface 



Roadway resurfaced 



@$2.25 

60 square yards concrete base @ $1 


$918 00 
60 00 


$978 00 
$463 85 


Turner street, Brighton. Plank walk buUt. 

Labor, excavating and building plank walk 

Lumber 

Nails 

Sand 

Teaming ^ . 


$115 50 

291 03 

4 45 

43 00 

9 87 



Tyler street, at 159. Building retaining waU. 

Amount paid to Hugh Nawn Contracting Company, under 
contract : 
For building rubble masonry retaining wall in front of 
No. 159 Tyler street as per agreement .... 



$200 00 



Public Woeks Department. 



215 



Wait street, from Hillside street about 520 feet northerly. Length, 520 
linear feet. Area, 711 square yards. Edgestone set, gutters paved 
and brick sidewalks and crosswalks laid. 

Engineering 

Inspection 

Advertising 

Edgestone, 695 feet straight, 

4 small corners and 18 feet 

10 inches circular . 
Bricks, 28,500 sidewalk 
Labor, handling stock 



Credit: Blocks, 1,619 old granite 



Amount paid to John Kelly Company, under 
contract : 

Removing trees, bushes, etc. . $65 00 

3 cubic yards rock excavation 

(a $5 15 00 



$66 53 

28 00 

4 50 




484 26 

356 25 

10 61 


$950 15 
32 38 





$917 77 



707 linear feet straight edge- 








stone and corners hauled 








and set @ 30c. 


212 


10 




19 linear feet circular edgestone 








set @ 15c. 


2 


85 




182 linear feet existing edgestone 








reset @ 15c. 


27 


30 




355 square yards existing granite 








block and cobble paving 








relaid, gravel gutters, @ 








50c. ..... 


177 


50 




41 square yards flagging cross- 








walks hauled and laid, 








gravel joints, @ $1 . 


41 


00 




597 square yards brick sidewalks 








laid @27c. . . . 


161 


19 




114 square yards existing brick 








sidewalks relaid @ 20c., 


22 


80 




2 covers reset @ $3 


6 


00 




Extra work — Cut edgestone 








where directed : 








I5 hours, stonecutter, @ 62|c., 




94 




Plus 1 5 per cent on 94c. 




14 


731 82 









,649 59 



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 

Advertising ...... 

Engineering expense .... 

Amount paid John Kelly Company, 
contract : 

122 Unear feet straight edge- 
stone hauled and set @ 
19c 



56 25 
2 25 

1 75 



under 



Carried forward 



$23 18 
$23 18 



$10 25 



* Done in connection with Cambridge street. 



216 City Document No. 26. 

Brought fonvard ... $23 18 $10 25 

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 
29 square yards existing 
flagging crosswalks re- 
laid @ 50c. ... 14 50 
3 square yards brick side- 
walks laid @ 20c. . 60 
24,154 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks furnished and 
laid @ 13|c. . . 3,260 79 
701 square feet artificial stone 
driveways fiu-nished 
and laid @ 16c. . . 112 16 
Extra work — Furnish 
and lay artificial stone 
sidewalks around circle 
on Washington street at 
Winship street : 
422 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks furnished and 
laid @ 13|c. . . 56 97 

Less amount paid in 1914 



$4,024 15 

3,768 82 


255 33 




$265 58 



Washington street (Dorchester), between Blue Hill and Talbot avenues. 
(Work done in 1913, final payment not made untU 1915.) 

Amount paid William J. Barry, under contract : 
27,905 square yards repairing site @ 20c. . $5,581 00 
1,065 linear feet straight edgestone hauled 

and set @ 21c 223 65 

281 linear feet circular edgestone set @ 16c., 44 96 

7,415 linear feet existing edgestone reset @- 

12c 889 80 

27,881 square yards concrete base furnished 

and laid @ 65c. . . . ... 18,122 65 

769 square yards existing granite block 

paving relaid, gravel joints, @ 50c., 384 50 

6 square yards granite block paving 

hauled and laid, pitch joints, (^ $1.50, 9 00 

408 square yards existing granite block 

paving relaid, pitch joints, @ $1.20, 489 60 

46 square yards existing flagging cross- 
walks relaid, gravel joints, @ 75c. . 34 50 



Carried forward $25,779 66 



Public Works Department. 217 



Brought forward $25,779 66 

157 square yards existing flagging cross- 
walks relaid, pitch joints, @ $1.20 . 188 40 
26,960 square yards wood block pavement 

furnished and laid @ $2.65 . 71,444 00 

1,635 square yards nonslipping wood block 
pavement furnished and laid @ 

$3.50 5,722 50 

141 square yards existing brick sidewalks 

relaid @ 25c. ..... 35 25 

95,575 square feet artificial stone sidewalks 

furnished and laid @ 14|c. . . 13,858 38 
3,601 square feet artificial stone driveways 

furnished and laid @ 18c. . . 648 18 

Extra work — Haul excavated ma- 
terial to Morton street, between 
Harvard and Canterbury streets: 
20,880 tons excavated material hauled more 
than one and one half miles and less 
than two miles, one mile overhaul, 
per half mile per ton @ lie. . . 4,593 60 

Extra work — Furnish man to spread 
material on Morton street hauled 
from Washington street: 
1311 days' labor @ $2.25 .... 295 88 

Plus 15 per cent on $295.88 . . . 44 38 

Extra work — Excavate rock in road- 
way where directed: 
10 cubic yards rock excavation @ $4 . 40 00 

Extra work — Replace driveways at 
No. 12: 
5 day edgestone setter @ $5 . . . 2 50 

2 days' labor @ $2.25 .... 4 50 

Plus 15 per cent on $7 ... . 1 05 

I day, double team, @ $6 . . . 75 

Extra work — Reset catch-basin frame : 

1 cover reset 3 00 

Extra work — Excavate for driveway, 
near Faxon street: 
I day, foreman, @ $5 . . . . 2 50 

4| days' labor @ $2.25 .... 10 13 

Plus 15 per cent on $12.63 ... 1 89 

Extra work — Remove material 
dumped in old reservoir: 

1 day, foreman, @ $5 .... 2 50 
5 days' labor @ $2.25 .... 11 25 
J day, timekeeper, @ $4 . . . 1 00 

Plus 15 per cent on $14.75 ... 2 21 

Extra work — Relay wood block as 
directed: 
35 square yards wood block relaid @ 50c., 17 50 

Extra work — Furnish labor to pour 
transverse expansion joints: 
85J days' labor @ $2.25 

Plus 15 per cent on $192.38 . 
Extra work — Reset special edgestone 
at Moultrie street: 

17| hours, paver, @ 62|c 

32 hours' labor @ 28ic 

2 hours, timekeeper, @ 50c. 
Plus 15 per cent on $20.94 . 

Carried forward 



192 


38 


28 


86 


10 


94 


9 


00 


1 


00 


3 


14 


$122,956 33 



218 City Document No. 26. 

Brought forward . . . . . . $122,956 33 

Extra work — Excavate tree roots : 

• 86 hours' labor @ 28ic 24 19 

2 hours, timekeeper, @ 50c. ... 1 00 

Plus 15 per cent on $25.19 ... 3 78 

$122,985 30 
Less seventeen days' use of city steam 

roller (three ton) @ $5 . . . 85 00 

$122,900 30 
Less amount paid in 1912 . . . 63,749 17 

$59,151 13 
Less amount paid in 1913 . . . 55,075 74 



1,075 39 



West Newton street, at Huntington avenue, and Beacon street, at Fairbanks 
street. 

Amount paid to Warren Brothers Company : 
50.84 square yards bitulithic paving relaid @ 

$1.50 ....... $76 26 

Labor, teaming and materials .... 73 10 



Beacon street, at Fairfield street. 

39.4 square yards bituHthic paving relaid @ 

$1.50 $59 10 



$149 36 



$208 46 

Winter street, from Washington street to Tremont street. Work done in 
1913 by Boston Transit Commission. 

Estimated extra cost of bitulithic pavement over original 
granite block pavement, as per agreement between 
Boston Transit Commission and Public Works Depart- 
ment $500 00 

SPECIAL APPROPRIATIONS. 

Avery, Mason and Washington Streets. Final Payment on Con- 
tract FOR Work Done in 1914. 

Avery street. 

Engineering expense . . . $0 10 

Amount paid Coleman Brothers, 1,863 17 

$1,863 27 

Mason street. 

Amount paid Coleman Brothers, ... 84 22 

Washington street. 
Amount paid Coleman Brothers ... 95 69 

$2,043 18 

East First Street Extension, from West First street to H street. Length , 
180 Unear feet. Area, 680 square yards. Granite sea wall built on 
pile foundation, 2,285 cubic yards roadway excavated, 47 cubic yards 
filled, 399| cubic yards sidewalks excavated, 84 cubic yards sidewalks 
filled, 1,818 square yards roadway paved with old blocks and 465 



Public Works Department. 



219 



square yards roadway repaved and grouted with cement grout, 59 
square yards crosswalks laid and grouted, 903 square yards brick 
walks laid, 130 square yards driveway paved and 2 square yards 
repaved with cement grout, 23 square yards gutters repaved, 1,326 
feet edgestone set and 55 feet reset. (Work unfinished.) 



(This cost includes amount charged to Highways, 

Engineering . 

Inspection 

Engineering expense 

Advertising . 

Circular edgestone and corners, 149 feet and 3 

small corners . 
Straight edgestone, 1,268| feet 
Sand, 12 1 cubic yards 
Gravel, IJr cubic yards 
Flagging, 97 feet 8 inches . 
Lumber 

Cement, 93 barrels 
Pebbles, 15 tons . 
Steam roller 
Teaming 

Labor, removing stone piers 
Labor, removing trees 
Labor, handUng stock 
Labor, edgestone excavating 
Labor, edgestone setting and resetting 
Labor, roadway excavating 
Labor, gutter excavating . 
Labor, gutter paving . 
Labor, roadway paving and excavating 
Labor, roadway paving and repaving 
Labor, crosswalk excavating 
Labor, crosswalk lajdng . _ . 
Labor, brick sidewalks excavating . 
Labor, brick sidewalks relaying 



Credit: 94 feet old edgestone @ 

35c 

2,739 old paving blocks 



$32 90 
54 78 



Amount paid John Cashman & Sons Company, 
under contract: 

Building sea wall 
9,907 cubic yards filling fur- 
nished @ 45c. 
Extra work — connect 
drain with outlet not 
shown on plans : 
2 hours, foreman, @ 50c. 
4 hours special labor @ 35c., 
Plus 15 per cent on $2.40 . 
2 feet 8-inch drain pipe @ 

22c 

1 6 by 6 Y . . . . 
1 8 by 6 reducer . 
f barrel Portland cement @ 
$1.81 .... 

Carried forward 



$9,200 00 


4,458 15 


1 00 

1 40 

36 


44 
64 

88 


1 36 


$13,664 23 



Making of.) 
$153 94 
168 00 

7 95 

7 90 

182 51 

745 64 

14 05 

1 22 

71 62 

28 58 

140 13 

37 50 

434 44 

893 96 

47 25 

6 00 

34 38 

240 32 

285 51 

1,468 72 

20 50 

5 25 

320 91 

1,504 27 

79 50 

62 59 

198 36 

274 41 

7,435 41 



87 68 
^347 73 



,347 73 



220 



City Document No. 26. 



Brought forward 

Extra work — Furnish 
and place long piles 
where directed: 
990 linear feet piling furnished 
and placed @ 27c. 
Extra work — • Fm-nish 
and place piles and 
capes to support two 
outlet pipes for sewer 
service and place there- 
on and through the wall: 
2 hours, lighter and crew, 



5,664 23 $7,347 73 



267 30 



$8 


16 00 








Plus 15 per cent on $16 


2 40 








120 linear feet spruce piles fur- 










nished and laid @ 57^c., 


69 00 








168 feet B. M. hard pine capes 










@$60M. 


10 08 








Extra work — Furnish 










and drive test piles 










where directed : 










90 Unear feet spruce pihng 










driven for test piles @ 










69c 


62 10 








$14,091 11 








Less amount paid in 1914, 


8,117 50 












5,973 61 
$13,321 34 






Less amount charged to 


Sewerage 








Works .... 




97 48 












$13,223 


^ 


Amount charged to appropriation 


for East 








First street extension 




$8,064 75 






Amount charged to appropriation 


for high- 








ways, making of . . . 




5,159 11 








le in 1914.) 




$13,223 


m 


Harvard avenue, Brighton. (Work doi 






Engineering expense . 






$0 


15 



GRANOLITHIC SIDEWALK CONSTRUCTION. 

* Adams street, from Leonard street to Dickens street. Length, 220 Unear 
feet. Area, 1,502 square feet. Edgestone reset, block gutters repaved, 
flagging crosswalks relaid and artificial stone sidewalks constructed. 



Engineering 


$58 61 


Inspection 


17 50 


Engineering expense 


1 75 


Advertising 


4 50 


Labor, pointing wall 


16 50 


Amount paid James Doherty, under contract: 




214 Hnear feet existing edge- 




stone reset @ 10c. $21 40 




Carried forward . . . . $21 40 


$98 86 



* Done in connection with Dickens street. 



Public Works Department. 221 

Brought forward . . . $21 40 $98 86 

53 square yards granite block 

paving relaid @ 29c. . 15 37 

1,427 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks furnished and 
laid @ ll^c. . . . 164 11 

75 square feet artificial stone 
driveways furnished and 
laid @ 12c. ... 9 00 

209 88 

$308 74 



* Algonquin street, at numbers 15, 17, 25, 39, 44. Artificial stone sidewalk 
constructed. 

Engineering $77 40 

Engineering expense 60 

Amount paid James L. Pierce & Co., under 
contract : 

292 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 20c. . $58 40 • 
72 square yards existing gran- 
ite block paving relaid 
@ 40c. ... . 28 80 
5 square yards existing flag- 
ging crosswalks relaid 
@ 70c. ... . 3 50 
1,890 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks furnished and 
laid @ 12c. ... 226 80 

317 50 

$395 50 



As-pen street, from Copeland street to Montrose street. Length, 336 linear 
feet. Area, 2,020 square feet. Edgestone set and reset, block gutters 
repaved, and artificial stone sidewalks constructed. (Work unfinished.) 



Engineering 




$78 92 


Engineering expense . 




1 80 


Inspection 




37 00 


Advertising 




4 20 


Edgestone, 400 feet straight and 


15 feet 8 




inches circular .... 




248 10 


Labor, handling stock 




6 00 


Amount paid James L. Pierce & Co., under 




contract : 






Removing trees, bushes, 






etc.. .... 


$0 01 




6 cubic yards water box 






excavation @ $1 . 


6 00 




397 linear feet straight edge- 






stone and corners hauled 






and set @ 20c. 


79 40 




16 linear feet circular edge- 






stone set @ 10c. . 


1 60 




104 linear feet existing edge- 






stone reset @ 20c. 


20 80 




8 square yards existing gran- 






ite block paving relaid 






@ 40c 


3 20 




Carried forward .... 


$111 01 


$376 02 



* Done in connection with Bradlee, Thane, School and Quincy streets. 



222 City Document No. 26. 

Brought forward _. . _ . . $111 01 $376 02 

17 square yards existing brick 

sidewalks relaid @ 30c., 5 10 

2,020 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks furnished and 
laid @ 14c. ... 282 80 



$398 91 
Less 15 per cent retained . 59 84 



339 07 

$715 09 



* Bayswater street, from Saratoga street to Austin avenue. Length, 1,045 
linear feet. Area, 11,437 square yards. Edgestone set and reset, 
granite blocks laid and relaid, flagging crosswalks laid and artificial 
stone sidewalks constructed. (Work unfinished.) 



Engineering 




$61 60 


Inspection 




126 00 


Engineering expense . 




3 95 


Advertising 




2 40 


Edgestone, 5 feet straight and 2 small corners, 


7 43 


Amount paid Agostino DeStefano, under 




contract : 






434 linear feet existing edge- 






stone reset @ 12c. 


$52 08 




145 square yards granite 






block paving relaid @ 






60c. . . . . 


87 00 




84 square yards brick side- 






walks relaid @ 40c. . 


33 60 




11,258 square feet artificial stone 






sidewalks furnished 






and laid @ lie. . 


1,238 38 




179 square feet artificial stone 






driveways furnished 






andlaid@14c. . 


25 06 






$1,436 12 




Less 5 per cent retained . 


71 81 


1,364 31 







$1,565 69 



Blue Hill avenue (easterly side), from Washington street to Morton street 

and (westerly side) from Cheney street to Seaver street. Length, 

8,915 hnear feet. Area, 68,560 square feet. Edgestone reset, block 

gutters repaved and artificial stone sidewalks constructed. 

Engineering . . $548 99 

Inspection 112 00 

Engineering expense 10 85 

Advertising 4 50 

Teaming 16 25 

Labor, handling stock 18 40 

Labor, sloping bank 85 50 

Edgestone, 1,545 feet straight, 9 feet 5 inches 

circular 941 55 



Carried forward $1,738 04 

* Done in connection with Gladstone street. 



Public Works Department. 223 



Brought forward $1,738 04 

Flagging, 121 feet 43 56 

Lumber 11 30 



$1,792 90 
Credit: Blocks, 2,195 old granite ... 43 90 



$1,749 00 



Amount paid James Doherty, und( 


3r contract: 




Removing trees, bushes. 






etc. .... 


$0 01 




5 cubic yards water box 






excavation @ $1 


5 00 




44 cubic yards rock excava- 






tion @ $5 . 


220 00 




1,545 linear feet straight edge- 






stone and corners 






hauled and set @ 16c, 


247 20 




10 linear feet circular edge- 






stone set @ 15c . 


1 50 




790 linear feet existing edge- 






stone reset @ lie. 


86 90 




872 square yards granite 






block paving relaid @ 






30c 


261 60 




22 square yards fl a g g i n g 






crosswallvs hauled and 






laid @ 67c. . 


14 74 




10 square yards existing flag- 






ging crosswalks relaid 






@ 33c 


3 30 




68,560 square feet artificial stone 






sidewalks furnished 






and laid @ life. . 


8,055 80 




361 square feet artificial stone 






driveways furnished 






and laid @ life. . 


42 42 




26 covers reset @ $3 . 


78 00 




1,693 square yards loam spaces 






graded and seeded @ 






4|c. . . . . 


76 19 


9,092 66 










$10,841 66 



* Bourne street (northerly side), from Walk HiU street to Patten street. 
Length, 219 linear feet. Area, 808 square feet. Edgestone set and 
reset, block gutters paved and repaved and artificial stone sidewalks 
constructed. 

Engineering $36 82 

Inspection 12 83 

Engineering expense 85 

Edgestone, 162 feet straight and 20 feet cir- 
cular 112 77 

Blocks, 2,280 old granite 45 60 

Advertising 2 25 

Amount paid James Doherty, under contract : 
162 Linear feet straight edgestone 

and corners hauled and 

set @ 17c. $27 54 



Carried fonvard .... $27 54 $211 12 



Done in connection with Walk Hill street. 



224 



City Document No. 26. 



Brought forward 

20 linear feet circular edges tone 
set @ lie. 

41 linear feet existing edgestone 
reset @ lie. 

59 square yards granite block 
paving hauled and laid, 
gravel joints, @ 61c. 

16 square yards existing granite 
block paving relaid, gravel 
joints, @ 35c. . 
1 square yard flagging cross- 
walk relaid, gravel joints, 

@ 40c 

508 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks furnished and 
laid @ life. . 



$27 54 


$211 12 


2 20 




4 51 




35 99 




5 60 




40 




94 94 


171 18 





$382 30 



Bowdoin street (westerly side), from BuUard street to Bowdoin avenue. 
Length, 1,214 linear feet. Area, 8,802 square feet. Artificial stone 
sidewalks constructed by contractor. Division forces reset 940 feet 
edgestone, set 33 feet and repaved 335 square yards gutters. 



Engineering 








$57 79 


Inspection .... 








21 00 


Engineering expense . 








1 50 


Advertising .... 








4 50 


Cement .... 








41 


Gravel .... 








13 72 


Lumber .... 








70 


Edgestone .... 








12 86 


Teaming .... 








95 50 


Labor, edgestone, excavating 








97 62 


I/abor, edgestone, setting 








235 12 


Labor, gutter, excavating . 








32 75 


Labor, edgestone, repaving 








118 13 


Amount paid to James Doherty, under con 


- 


tract : 




8,802 square feet artificial stone 




sidewalks furnished and 




laid@12t'oC. . . $1,135 4( 


) 


Extra work — Reset man- 




hole cover: • 




1 cover reset @ $3 . . 3 0( 


) 






1 T^S 4fi 






J., loo ^O 



$1,830 06 



t Bradlee street, at Nos. 16, 17, 25, 35. Artificial stone side- 
walk constructed. 

Engineering 

Engineering expense 

Teaming 

Edgestone, 137 feet straight, 13 feet circxilar 

and 2 corners 

Flagging, 18 feet 1 inch 

Blocks : 5,600 old granite 



Carried forward 



$53 28 




40 


3 


50 


101 


43 


13 


74 


112 


00 



$284 35 



t Done in connection with Algonquin, Thane, School and Quincy streets. 



Public Works Department. 225 

Brought forward $284 35 

Amount paid James L. Pierce 
& Co., under contract: 
13 linear feet circular edge- 
stone set @ 25c. . . $3 25 
173 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 20c. . 34 60 
42 square yards existing gran- 
ite block paving relaid 

. @ 40c 16 90 

1,273 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks fiirnished and 
laid @ 12c. ... 152 76 

207 41 

$491 76 

Bryant street (west side), from Huntington avenue to 250 feet northerly. 
Length, 250 linear feet. Area, 1,837 square feet. Artificial stone 
sidewalk laid on the west side. 

Engineering $11 90 

Inspection 7 00 

Engineering expense 30 

Amount paid to James Doherty, 

under contract: 
1,837 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks furnished and 
laid @ life. . . . $215 85 

Extra work — • Remove old 
fence as directed. 
16 hours' labor @ 25c. . 
Plus 15 per cent on $4 



4 00 
60 


220 45 






$239 65 







Callender street, from Tucker to Claxton streets. Length, 2,029 linear feet. 
Area, 20,949 square feet. Edgestone set, granite block gutters regu- 
lated and artificial stone sidewalks constructed. 

Engineering $107 80 

Inspection 45 50 

Engineering expense 5 45 

Advertising 4 50 



Credit: Edgestone, 2 small cor- 
ners, old 

Flagging, 62 feet, old, 
North River 

Blocks, 2,355 old gran- 
ite .... 



Amount paid to James Doherty, under con- 
tract : 
Removing trees, bushes, etc. . $0 01 

7 cubic yards water box 

excavation @ $1 . 7 00 

3,333 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 10c. . 333 30 





$163 25 


$3 60 




24 80 




47 10 


75 50 





$87 75 



Carried forward . . . $340 31 $87 75 



226 City Document No. 26. 



Brought forward . . . $340 31 $87 75 

1,103 square yards existing 
granite block paving 
relaid @ 33c. . . 363 99 

4 square yards existing flag- 
ging crosswalks relaid 
@ 40c. ... . 1 60 

20,537 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks furnished and 
laid @ 12c. . . . 2,464 44 

412 square feet artificial stone 
driveways furnished 
and laid @ 124c. . 51 50 

13 covers reset @ $3 . . 39 00 

Extra work — Remove 
enough of the edge- 
stone now set to put in 
a new driveway at 
No. 142: 
4 hours, paver, @ 62§c. . 
20 hours' labor @ 25c. 
Plus 15 per cent on $7.50 . 



2 50 




5 00 




1 13 






3,269 47 





5,357 22 



Columbia road (west side), from Blue Hill avenue to Washington street 
(Work not started.) 

Engineering $45 30 

Engineering expense 65 

$45 95 

Columbus avenue (west side), from Station street to Colimibus avenue. 
Length, 310 linear feet. Area, 3,504 square feet. Artificial stone 
sidewalk laid on the west side. 

Engineering $20 53 

Inspection 5 25 

Engineering expense 20 

Advertising 4 50 

Amoimt paid to James Doherty, mider 

contract : 
3,504 square feet artificial stone sidewalks 

furnished and laid @ 9c 315 36 

$345 84 



Creighton street, from Centre street to Day street. Length, 820 linear 
feet. Area, 9,705 square feet. Edgestone reset, gutters paved and 
artificial stone sidewalks constructed. 

Engineering 

Inspection 

Engineering expense 

Advertising 

Edgestone, 853 feet straight, 208 feet 6 inches 

circular and 6 small corners . 
Flagging, 30 feet 2 inches .... 
Blocks, 10,350 old granite 
Labor, handhng stock .... 

Carried forward $1,116 96 

* Done in connection with Day street. 



$138 26 


38 


50 


1 


35 


2 


25 


693 


30 


25 


00 


207 


00 


11 


30 



Public Works Department. 227 

Brought forward $1,116 96 

Amount paid John Kelly Company, under 
contract : 

3 cubic yards water box ex- 

cavation @, 75c. . . $2 25 

852 linear feet straight edge- 
stone and corners haiiled 
and set @ 15c. . . 127 80 

209 linear feet circular edge- 
stone set @, 15c. . . 31 35 

435 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 15c. . 65 25 

385 square yards granite block 
paving hauled and laid 
@ 40c. ... . 154 00 

107 square yards existing gran- 
ite block paving relaid 
@ 25c. .... 26 75 

9,379 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks fiu-nished and 
laid @ ll|c. . . . 1,078 58 

326 square feet artificial stone 
driveways furnished and 
laid @ lljc. ... 37 49 

4 covers reset @ $3 . . 12 00 

1,535 47 

$2,652 43 



Cushing avenue (east and north side), from Windermere road to Jerome 
street. Edgestone set and reset, block gutters paved and repaved, 
flagging crosswalks relaid and artificial stone sidewalks constructed. 

Engineering $109 15 

Inspection 27 75 

Engineering expense ... . . 1 30 

Advertising 2 35 

Edgestone, 149 feet straight, 100 feet circular, 178 36 

Blocks, 2,700 old granite 54 00 

Labor, handling stock 10 00 

Amount paid James Doherty, under contract: 
Removing trees, bushes, 

etc $0 01 

149 linear feet straight edge- 
stone and corners hauled 
_ and set @ 19c. . . 28 31 

101 linear feet circular edge- 
stone set @, 14c. . . 14 14 
344 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ lie. . 37 84 
82 square yards granite block 
paving hauled and laid, 
gravel joints, @ 60c. . 49 20 
116 square yards granite block 
paving relaid, gravel 
joints, @ 30c. . . 34 SO 
3,572 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks furnished and 
laid @ 12c. ... 428 64 



Carried forward .... $592 94 $382 91 

* Done in -connection with Jerome street and Windermere road. 



228 



City Document No. 26. 



Brought forward . . . 
149 square feet artificial stone 
driveways furnished and 
laid @ 12c. . 
Extra work — Lower 
Bradley head catch- 
basin, near the corner 
of Jerome street, and 
grade existing roadway 
on Gushing avenue to 
conform to edgestone 
already set: 
20 hours, foreman, @ 62|c. . 
14 hours, paver, @ 62|c. 
4 hours, mason, @ 62|c. 
166 hours' labor @ 25c. . 

Plus 15 per cent on $65.25, 
20 hoin-s, double team, @ 

75c 

1 bag cement @ 50c. . 



$592 94 



17 



$382 91 



12 


50 


8 


75 


2 


50 


41 


50 


9 


79 


15 00 




50 



701 36 



1,084 27 



* Dickens street, from Adams street to Clayton street. Length, 889 hnear 
feet. Area, 10,793 square feet. Edgestone set and artificial stone 
sidewalks constructed. 



Engineering 




$129 04 


Inspection 




35 00 


Engineering expense .... 




1 50 


Labor, handling stock 




20 95 


Edgestone, 1,376 feet 10 inches straight, 15 




feet 6 inches circular and 8 small 


corners . 


829 56 




$1,016 05 


Credits: 1,600 old bricks 






@ $0.007 


$11 20 




2 old corners @ $1.80, 


3 60 


14 80 








$1,001 25 


Amount paid James Doherty, vmder contract: 




Removing trees, bushes, 






etc. .... 


$0 02 




1,396 linear feet straight edge- 






stone and corners 






hauled and set @ 17c., 


237 32 




16 linear feet circular edge- 






stone set @ 14c. 


2 24 




298 linear feet existing edge- 






stone reset @ 10c. 


29 80 




29 square yards existing 






granite block paving 






relaid @ 29c. 


8 41 




13 square yards existing 






flagging crosswalks re- 






laid @ 40c. . 


5 20 




4 square yards existing 






brick sidewalks relaid 






@30c 


1 20 




Carried forward 


$284 19 


$1,001 25 



* Done in connection with Adams street. 



Public Works Department. 



229 



Brought forward 
10,201 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks furnished and 
laid @ life. 
602 square feet artificial stone 
driveways furnished 
and laid @ 12c. . 
1 cover reset @ $3 . 
Extra work — Reset 
Bradley head catch- 
basin where directed: 
1 1 days, mason, @ $5 . 

3 days' labor @ $2 . 
Plus 15 per cent on 

$13.50 .... 

4 bags cement @ 50c. 
Extra work — Grade ex- 
isting roadway as di- 
rected: 

4f days, foreman, @ $5 
36 days' labor @ $2 . 
Plus 15 per cent on 
$95.75 .... 
4| days, double team, @ $6, 
Extra work — Remove 
tree at No. 32: 
1 tree removed . 



$284 


19 


1,173 


11 


72 
3 


24 
00 


7 
6 


50 
00 


2 
2 


03 
00 


23 

72 


75 
00 


14 

27 


36 
00 


6 


50 



1,001 25 



1,693 68 



$2,694 93 



'' Day street, from Centre street to Minden street. Length, 1,481 linear 
feet. Area, 15,065 square feet. Edgestone reset, block gutters 
repaved and artificial stone sidewalks constructed. 



Engineering 




$181 67 


Inspection 




59 50 


Engineering expense . 




3 40 


Advertising 




2 25 


Teaming 




2 73 


Edgestone, 13 feet straight, 56 feet 


9 inches 




circular and 2 small corners . 




61 23 


Amount paid John Kelly Compai 


ly, under 




contract : 






8 cubic yards rock excava- 






tion @ $5 . 


$40 00 




13 linear feet straight edge- 






stone and corners 






hauled and set @ 15c., 


1 95 




57 linear feet circular edge- 






stone set @ 15c. . 


8 55 




2,274 hnear feet existing edge- 






stone reset @ 15c. 


341 10 




752 square yards existing 






granite block paving 






relaid @ 25c. 


188 00 




14,873 square feet artificial 






stone sidewalks fiu-- 






nished and laid @/ 






llic 


1,710 40 
$2,290 00 




Carried forward . ... 


$310 78 



* Done in connection with Creighton street. 



230 



City Document No. 26. 



Brought forward . ._ , _ . 


$2,290 00 


192 square feet artificial 




stone driveways fur- 




nished and laid @ 




llic 


22 08 


8 covers reset @ $3 . 


24 00 


Extra Work — Construct 




new driveway where 




directed and lay 




crosswalks in existing 




driveways : 




7 hours, stonecutter, @ 




62*c 


4 38 


3 hours, edgestone setter, 




@ 62|c. 


1 88 


3 hours, paver, @ 62|c. 


1 88 


3 hours, rammer, @ 31|c., 


94 


6 hours, helper, @, 31 jc 


1 88 


17 hours, labor, @ 25c. 


4 25 


Plus 15 per cent on 




$15.21 .... 


2 28 


4 hours, double team, @ 




75c 


3 00 


Extra Work — T r i m 




foundation wall at 




House of Angel Guar- 




dian: 




6 hours, foreman, @ 62|c., 


3 75 


59| hours, labor, @ 25c. 


14 88 


Plus 15 per cent on 




$18.63 .... 


2 79 



$310 78 



2,377 99 



J,688 77 



Dracut street, from Dorchester avenue to Bruce street. Length, 1,147 
linear feet. Area, 14,419 square feet. Edgestone and crosswalks 
reset and artificial stone sidewalks constructed by contractor. 
Division forces regulated the roadway. 



Engineering 


$68 22 


Inspection 


66 50 


Engineering expense 


2 50 


Advertising 


4 50 


Edgestone, 5 feet straight and 4 small corners. 


12 55 


Teaming 


7 00 




$161 27 


Amount paid John Kelly Company, under 




contract: 




75 cubic yards water-box ex- 




cavation @ 50c. . . $37 50 




2,217 linear feet existing edge- 




stone reset @ 10c. . 221 70 




15 square yards existing 




brick sidewalks relaid 




@ 20c 3 00 




14,273 square feet artificial 




stone sidewalks fur- 




nished and laid @ 




13ic 1,891 17 





Carried forward 



,153 37 



$161 27 



Public Works Department. 



231 



Brought forward . . _ . 
146 square feet artificial 
stone driveways fur- 
nished and laid @ 
13ic 

3 covers reset @ $3 . 
Extra Work — Remove 

the existing edgestone 
and build new drive- 
way at No. 64: 

4 hours, stonecutter, @ 

62ic 

8 hours, edgestone setter, 

@ 62*c. 
16 hours' labor @ 25c. 
Plus 15 per cent on 
$11.50 .... 
Extra Work — Remove 
the paving blocks from 
existing gutters not to 
be repaved: 
169 hours' labor @ 25c. 

Plus 15 per cent on 
$42.25 .... 



•Credit: Blocks, 11,950 
granite . . . . 



old 



2,153 37 $161 27 



19 71 
9 00 



2 50 

5 00 
4 00 

1 73 



42 25 




6 34 






2,243 90 






$2,405 17 




239 00 



2,166 17 



* Ellis street (westerly side), Hawthorne to Fulda streets. Length, 235 
Mnear feet. Area, 982 square feet. Edgestone set, gutters paved. 
Artificial stone sidewalks laid. 



Engineering 




$34 06 


Inspection 




7 00 


Engineering expense .... 




40 


Advertising 




1 20 


Labor, handhng stock . 




2 35 


Edgestone, 225 feet straight, 2 small corners . 


152 15 


Blocks, 3,600 old granite . 




72 00 


Amount paid John Kelly Company, 


under 




contract : 






Removing trees, bushes, etc. 


$5 00 




225 Unear feet straight edge- 






stone and corners hauled 






and set @ 15c. 


33 75 




10 linear feet existing edgestone 






reset @ 10c. 


1 00 




74 square yards granite block 






paving hauled and laid 






@ 65c 


48 10 




982 square feet artificial stone 






sidewalks furnished and 






laid @ 14c. 


137 48 


225 33 







$494 49 



* Done in connection with Highland, Hawthorne and Fulda streets. 



232 City Document No. 26. 

* Fulda street (northerly side), from Ellis sti^et 164 feet westerly. Length, 
162 linear feet. Area, 1,020 square feet. Edgestone set, gutters paved. 
Artificial stone sidewalks laid. 

Engineering $25 54 

Inspection 5 25 

Engineering expense 30 

Advertising 1 20 

Amount paid John KeUy Company, under 
contract : 

164 Unear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 10c. . $16 40 
56 square yards granite block 
and cobble stone paving 
relaid @ 50c. . . 28 00 
1,020 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks furnished and 
laid @ 14c. ... 142 80 



187 20 



$219 49 



$184 55 


168 


00 


5 


24 


2 


40 


1,797 


86 


3 


50 


72 


00 



t Gladstone street, from Walley street to Upland street. Length, 1,829 
linear feet. Area, 17,350 square feet. Edgestone set and reset, 
granite block paving laid and relaid, flagging crosswalks laid and 
artificial stone sidewalks constructed. (Work unfinished.) 

Engineering . 

Inspection ., 

Engineering expense . 

Advertising . 

Edgestone, 2,520 feet straight, 52 feet circular 

and 18 small corners 
Bricks, 500 second hand 
Blocks, 3,600 old granite 
Amount paid Agostino DeStefano, under con- 
tract : 

Removing trees, bushes, 

etc $15 00 

3 . 4 cubic yards water box 

excavation @ 75 c. . 2 55 

2,500 hnear feet straight edge- 
stone set @ 12c. . . 300 00 
34 hnear feet circular edge- 
stone set @ 15c. . 5 10 
1,470 linear feet crushed stone 
foundation, furnished 
and placed @ 15c. . 220 00 
120 square yards granite 
block paving hauled 
and laid @ 65c. . . 78 00 
280 square yards granite 
block paving relaid @ 

-60c 168 00 

14,000 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks furnished 
and laid (iinfinished) 

@ 6c 840 00 

Extra work — • Out edge- 
stone as directed: 
2 hours, stonecutter,® 

62ic 1 25 



Carried forward . . . $1,629 90 $2,233 55 

* Done in connection with Highland, Hawthorne and Ellis streets, 
t Done in connection with Bayswater street. 



Public Works Department. 233 

Brought forward . . . $1,629 90 $2,233 55 
Plus 15 per cent on $1.25, 19 

Extra work — R e h a u 1 
paving blocks and 
corners: 
23 houi-s' labor @ 25c. . 5 75 

Plus 15 per cent on $5.75, 86 

18 houi-s, double team, @ 

75c 13 50 

Extra work — Excavate 
gutters beyond limits 
of paving: 
81 hours' labor @ 25c. . 20 25 

Plus 15 per cent on 

$20.25 .... 3 04 

8 hours, double team, @ 

75c 6 00 

Extra work — Remove 
edgestone already set 
and construct drive- 
way: 
8 horn's, edgestone setter, 

@ 62|c. ... 5 00 

8 hours, helper, @ 31ic. . 2 50 

Plus 15 per cent on $7.50, 1 13 

2| hours, double team, @ 

75c 1 88 

Extra work — Remove 
trees, not shown on 
plan : 
5 trees removed @ $40 . 200 00 

Extra work — F u r n i s h 
extra gravel imder 
edgestone : 
367 cubic feet, gravel fiu*- 

nished @ 5c. . . 18 35 



$1,908 85 
Less 5 per cent retained, 95 44 



1,813 41 
$4,046 96 



* Hawthorne street (southerly side), from Ellis to Highland street. Length, 
190 linear feet. Area, 859 square feet. Edgestone set, gutters paved, 
artificial stone sidewalks laid. 



Engineering .... 

Inspection 

Engineering expense . 
Edgestone, 88 feet straight 
Blocks, 1,.500 old granite . 
Labor, handling stock 

Advertising 

Amount paid John Kelly Company, imder 

contract: 
88 Unear feet straight edge- 
stone and corners hauled 
and set @ 15c. . . $13 20 

98 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 10c. . . 9 80 



$25 54 

5 25 

30 

58 24 

30 00 

2 44 

1 20 



Carried forward . $23 00 $122 97 

* Done in connection with Highland, Ellis and Fulda streets. 



234 * City Document No. 26. 

Brought fonoard ._ . . $23 00 $122 97 

40 square yards granite block 
paving hauled and laid @ 
65c. ..... 26 00 

28 square yards granite block 
and cobblestone paving 
relaid @> 50c. . . . 14 00 

780 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks furnished and 
laid @ 14c. . . . 109 20 

79 square feet artificial stone 
driveways furnished and 
laid @ 14c. ... 11 06 



183 26 

$306 23 



Highland street (easterly side), from Hawthorne street 130 feet southerly. 
Length, 130 linear feet. Area, 677 square feet. Edgestone set, 
gutters paved, artificial stone sidewalks laid. 



Engineering 




$17 03 


Inspection 




3 50 


Engineering expense .... 




30 


Advertising 




1 


Amount paid John KeUy Company, 


under 




contract : 






1 cubic yard rock excava- 






tion @ $5 


$5 00 




127 linear feet existing edge- 






stone reset @ 10c. 


12 70 




43 square yards granite block 






and cobblestone paving 






relaid @ 50c. 


21 50 




1 square yard brick side- 






walks relaid @ 30c. 


30 




677 square feet artificial stone 




• 


sidewalks furnished and 






laid @ 14c. . 


94 78 




Extra work — Cut edge- 






stone as directed: 






2 hours, stonecutter, @ 






$5 


10 00 




Plus 15 per cent on $10 . 


1 50 


145 78 







$167 81 

t Jerome street, from Cushing avenue to Everett avenue. Edgestone set 
and reset, block gutters repaved, flagging crosswalks relaid and arti- 
ficial stone sidewalks constructed. 

Engineering $54 61 

Inspection 

Engineering expense 

Advertising 

Labor, handling stock 

Edgestone, 124 feet 6 inches straight, 10 feet 

circular 

Blocks, 3,700 old granite 

Carried forward $233 86 

* Done in connection with Hawthorne, Ellis and Fulda streets. 
t Done in connection with Cushing avenue and Windermere road. 



12 00 


65 


2 35 


9 70 


80 55 


74 00 



Public Works Department. 235 

Brought forward $233 86 

Amount paid James Doherty, under contract: 
119 linear feet straight edge- 
stone and corners hauled 
and set @ 19c. . . $22 61 

10 Mnear feet circular edge- 
stone set @ 14c. . . 1 40 
207 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ lie. . 22 77 
112 square yards granite block 
paving haiiled and laid, 
gravel joints, @ 60c. . 67 20 
1,980 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks furnished and 
laid @ 12c. ... 237 60 

351 58 

$585 44 



111 


88 


7 


00 




75 


4 


20 


507 


71 


25 


00 


91 


75 


6 


63 



Lake street (westerly side), from Commonwealth avenue to 1,720 feet 
northerly. Length, 1,750 hnear feet. Area, 9,126 square feet. 
Filling placed, artificial stone sidewalks laid on westerly side. 

Engineering .... 

Inspection .... 

Engineering expense . 

Advertising .... 

Edgestone, 514 feet 4 inches straight, 167 feet 

circular and 4 small corners 
Gravel, 25 cubic yards 
Teaming .... 
Labor, handling stock 
Amount paid J. H. SuUivan Company, under 

contract : 
9,010 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks furnished and 
laid @ lie. . . . $991 10 

116 square feet artificial stone 
driveways furnished and 
laid @ 20c. ... 23 20 

Extra work — Reset man- 
hole covers : 
3 covers reset @ $3 . . 9 00 

Extra work — Excavate 
rock where directed : 
8 cubic yards rock excavated 

@ $2 . . . . 16 00 

Extra work — Place fill- 
ing back of sidewalk: 
15 days, foreman, @ $5 
139 days' labor @ $2 . 

Plus 15 per cent on $353 . 
48 days, double team, @ $6, 
12 days, single team, @ $3.50, 
Extra work — Remove 
fence as directed : 
f day, foreman, @ $5 . 
f day, carpenter, @ $4.50 . 
11 days' labor @ %2 

Plus 15 per cent on $29.13, 

Carried forward . . . $1,808 75 $754 92 



75 


00 


278 


00 


52 


95 


288 


00 


42 


00 


3 


75 


3 


38 


22 


00 


4 37 



236 



City Document No. 26. 



Brought forward 


$1,808 75 


$754 92 


Extra work — Furnish and 








place plank back of side- 








walk and build bulk- 








head: 








4^ days, carpenter, @ $4.50 . 


20 25 






9 days' labor @ $2 . 


18 00 






Plus 15 per cent on $38.25, 


5 74 






1,235 feet B. M. spruce @ $30 








M 


37 05 






Extra work — • Reset edge- 








stone and cement joints: 








4 days, edgestone setter, @ 








$5 


20 00 






5 days, helper, @ $2 . 


10 00 






Plus 15 per cent on $30 . 


4 50 










1,924 


29 












— $2,679 21 



Magnolia square, from Magnolia street to 110 feet westerly. Edgestone 
reset, crosswalks repaved, gutters repaved (artificial stone walks ta 
be constructed). 

Engineering $7 00 

Edgestone .... 

Flagging, 75 feet 2 inches . 

Blocks, 1,700 old granite . 

Gravel, 15f cubic yards 

Teaming .... 

Labor, edgestone excavating 

Labor, edgestone setting . 

Labor, gutter excavating . 

Labor, gutter paving . 

Labor, crosswalks excavating 

Labor, crosswalks laying . 

Labor, handling stock 

Labor, sidewalk . 

$399 66 



2 


29 


27 


06 


34 00 


15 


32 


76 


98 


53 


41 


46 


25 


36 


86 


34 


26 


17 


79 


39 


67 


2 


48 


6 


29 



Neponset avenue (easterly side), from Tolman street to Holbrook avenue 
and (westerly side) from Boutwell street to Minot street. Length, 
2,390 linear feet. Area, 26,046 square feet. Reset edgestone, relay 
block gutters, flagging crosswalks relaid and artificial stone sidewalks 
constructed. 

Engineering .... 
Inspection .... 
Engineering expense . 
Advertising .... 
Edgestone, 27 feet circular 



Credit: 49 feet old edgestone 
101 feet old flagging 





$165 66 




133 80 




9 45 




4 50 




29 70 




$342 31 


$17 15 




36 36 






53 51 





Amount paid D. M. Biggs & Co., under con- 
tract : 
18 cubic yards water box 

excavation @ 50c. . $9 00 



Carried forward 



$9 00 



$288 80 



$288 80 



Public Works Department. 237 



Brought forward 


$9 00 $288 80 


27 linear feet circular edge- 






stone set @ 14c. . 


3 


78 


3,149 linear feet existing edge- 






stone reset @ lljC. 


354 


26 


1,268 square yards existing 






granite block paving 






relaid @ 34c. 


431 


12 


38 square yards existing flag- 






ging crosswalks relaid 






@ 40c. . . . 


15 


20 


24,614 square feet artificial stone 






sidewalks furnished 






and laid @ 12|c. 


3,138 


29 


1,432 square feet artificial stone 






driveways furnished 






and laid @ 13.9c. 


199 


05 


9 covers reset @ $3 . 


27 


00 


Extra work — Repave on 






the easterly side next 






to the edgestone where 






directed: 






48 hours, helper, @ Sljc. . 


15 


00 


47 hours, paver, @ 62|c. . 


29 


38 


101 hours' labor @ 25c. 


25 


25 


Plus 15 per cent on 






$69.63 .... 


10 


44 

A 9r;7 77 






"±,^0/ 1 i 



1,546 57 



Park street (West Roxbury), from Centre street to Montview street. 
Length, 1,117 linear feet. Area, 11,047 square feet. Edgestone set, 
cobble gutters relaid, flagging crosswalks relaid and artificial stone 
sidewalks constructed with loam spaces. There was also edgestone 
set, paving blocks relaid and artificial stone sidewalks constructed 
with loam spaces on easterly side of Montview street for about 100 
feet northerly from Park street. 



Engineering 




$93 90 


Inspection 




30 50 


Engineering expense . 




1 95 


Advertising 




4 50 


Edgestone, 2,269 feet 6 inches 


straight, 8 




small corners and 38 feet 7 inches circular, 


1,558 65 


Labor, handling stock 




34 62 


Amount paid Martino DeMatteo, 


under con- 




tract : 






Removing trees, bushes. 






etc. .... 


$0 01 




38 cubic yards water-box 






excavation @ $5 


190 00 




4 cubic yards rock excava- 






tion @ $5 . 


20 00 




2,274 linear feet straight edge- 






stone and corners 






hauled and set @ 19c, 


432 06 




39 linear feet circular edge- 






stone set @ 10c. . 


3 90 




19 linear feet existing edge- 






stone reset @ 10c. 


1 90 





Carried forward . . . $647 87 $1,724 12 



238 City Document No. 26. 

Brought forward . . . $647 87 $1,724 12 

644 square yards existing cob- 
ble stone paving relaid 
@ 23c. . . . . 148 12 

9 square yards existing flag- 
ging crosswalks relaid 

@ 50c 4 50 

10,824 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks furnished 
and laid @ 12c. . . 1,298 88 

223 square feet artificial stone 
driveways furnished 
and laid @ 13c. . . 28 99 

1 cover reset @ $3 . . 3 00 

Extra work — Shift edge- 
stone to construct 
driveways not shown 
on plan: 
day, edgestone setter, 



$5 


1 25 




1 day, helper, @ $2.50 . 


1 88 




Plus 15 per cent on $3.13, 


47- 




1 day, double team, @ $6, 


75 




Extra work — Substitute 






loam space for artifi- 






cial stone sidewalks 






where directed: 






4 days' labor @ $2 . 


8 00 




• Plus 15 per cent on $8 . 


1 20 




1 day, double team, @ $6, 


6 00 




415 square yards loam @ $1, 


415 00 




Extra work — Grade ap- 






proach at Atwill road: 






1 day, foreman, @ $3.50 . 


3 50 




3 days' labor @ $2 . 


6 00 




Plus 15 per cent on $9.50, 


1 43 




1 day, double team, @ $6, ' 


4 50 




Extra work — Haul and 






set edgestone, relay 






cobble gutters and con- 






struct artificial stone 






sidewalks with loam 






spaces on easterly side 






of Montview street. 






from Park street 100 






feet northerly: 






100 linear feet straight edge- 






stone hauled and set 






@ 19c 


19 00 




26 square yards existing cob- 






ble gutters relaid @ 






23c 


5 98 




504 square feet artificial stone 






sidewalks furnished 






and laid @ 12c. . 


60 48 




19 square yards loam space 






furnished and placed 






@$1 . 


19 00 


2,685 80 







1,409 92 



Public Works Department. 



239 



* Pearl street (northerly side), from Pleasant street 100 feet easterly. 
Length, 100 Unear feet. Area, 621 square feet. Artificial stone 
sidewalks laid, granite block gutters and edgestone was regulated 
where necessary. 

Advertising $2 50 

Amount paid to James Doherty, under con- 
tract : 

621 square feet artificial stone sidewalks fur- 
nished and laid @ 12ic. .... 



77 62 



$80 12 



Penfield street, from Belgrade avenue to Birch street. Length, 1,042 linear 
feet. Area, 10,081 square feet. Artificial stone sidew^alks constructed. 
The edgestone on the street was previously set by the Division forces. 

Engineering . 

Inspection 

Engineering expense . 

Gravel, 16| cubic yards 

Cement 

Edgestone, 4 corners . 

Advertising . 

Teaming 

Labor, edgestone excavating 

Labor, edgestone setting . 

Labor, edgestone gutter repaving 

Amount paid to Martino DeMatteo under 

contract : 
9,742 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks furnished and 
laid @ ll§c. . 
339 square feet artificial stone 
driveways fiu-nished and 
laid @ $1 
Extra work — Excavate 
rock: 
9 days' labor @ $2 
Plus 15 per cent on $18 . 



$27 37 


38 


50 




30 


16 


17 




46 


14 


40 


4 


50 


68 25 


10 


00 


118 25 


69 


25 



$1,120 83 



339 00 



18 00 
2 70 



Less amount retained 



$1,480 03 
239 60 



1,240 43 



$1,607 88 



t Pleasant street (easterly side), from Stoughton to Victoria street. Length, 
435 linear feet. Ajea, 4,647 square feet. Artificial stone sidew^alks 
laid, granite block gutters and edgestone were regulated w^here neces- 
sary. 
Engineering ........ $26 99 

Inspection 7 00 

Engineering expense . .... 1 05 

Advertising 2 50 

Amount paid to James Doherty, under con- 
tract : 

155 linear feet straight edge- 
stone, circles and cor- 
ners reset @ 12c. . . $18 60 



Carried forward 



$18 60 



$37 54 



* Done in connection with Pleasant and Victoria streets (Dorchester), 
t Done in connection with Pearl and Victoria streets (Dorchester). 



240 



City Document No. 26. 



Brought forward 


. $18 60 


34 square yards existing gran- 




ite block paving relaid, 




gravel joints, @ 40c. . 


13 60 


4,331 square feet artificial stone 




sidewalks furnished and 




laid @ 12^c. . 


541 38 


316 square feet artificial stone 




driveways furnished and 




laid @ 12^c. . 


39 50 


Extra work — Remove 




tree stumps and roots 




below subgrade: 




3 days' labor @ $2 . 


6 00 


Plus 15 per cent on S6 


90 



$37 54 



619 98 



$657 52 



Poplar street, from Sycamore street to Brown avenue and Hilburn street. 
Length, 1,670 linear feet. Area, 7,435 square feet. Edgestone set 
and reset, granite block paving relaid, flagging crosswalks laid and 
artificial stone sidewalks constructed, part of the edgestone laid on a 
concrete foundation. (Work unfinished.) 



Engineering 




$325 29 


Inspection 




119 10 


Engineering expense . 




5 20 


Advertising 




4 50 


Labor, handling stock 




24 04 


Edgestone, 1,532 feet straight, 243 fe 


et circular 




and 10 small corners 




1,265 59 


Amount paid John KeUy Compai 


ay, under 




contract : 






Removing trees, bushes, 






etc. . ' . 


$150 00 




20 cubic yards rock excava- 






tion @ $2 . 


40 00 




1,412 linear feet straight edge- 






stone and corners 






hauled and set @ 16c., 


225 92 




187 linear feet circular edge- 






stone set @ 10c. 


18 70 




63 linear feet existing edge- 






stone reset @ 10c. 


6 30 




802 Hnear feet crushed stone 






and concrete founda- 






tion furnished and 






placed @ 10c. 


80 20 




10 square yards granite 






block paving relaid @ 






25c 


2 50 




13,211 square feet artificial stone 






sidewalks furnished 






and laid @ 13c. . 


1,717 43 




233 square feet artificial stone 






driveways furnished 






and laid @ 13c. . 


30 29 




1 cover reset @ $3 . 


3 00 





Carried forward 



$2,274 34 $1,741 72 



Public Works Department. 241 



Brought forward . . . $2,274 34 $1,741 72 
Extra work — Furnish 

and set edgestone as 

directed : 
641| feet straight edgestone 

furnished and set @ 

98c 628 43 

Extra work — ^ R e m o v e 

edgestone aheady set 

and construct drive- 



way . 

5 day, foreman, @ $5 


2 50 


1 day, edgestone setter, @ 




$5 .... 


2 50 


1| days' labor @ $2 . 


3 00 


Plus 15 per cent on $8, 


1 20 


2 days, double team, @ $6, 


12 00 


Extra work — Remove 




stumps not shown on 




plan: 




1 day, foreman, @ $5 


5 00 


8| days' labor @ $2 . 


17 00 


Plus 15 per cent on $22, 


3 30 


I day, steam roUer, @ $15, 


7 50 


1 day, double team, @ $6, 


3 00 


Extra work — Furnish 




Ughts at night as di- 




rected: 




53 nights, Ughts furnished. 




@ $2 . 


106 00 


Extra work — Grade 




roadway and side- 




walks as directed: 




17f days, foreman, @ $5 


87 50 


148 days' labor @ $2 . 


296 00 


Plus 15 per cent on 




$383.50 .... 


57 53 


41 days, double team, @ $6, 


246 00 


2 cords wood @ $7.50 


15 00 


43 gallons oil @ lie. . 


4 73 


Sharpening tools 


8 60 



$3,781 13 
Less 5 per cent retained . 189 06 



3,592 07 

$5,335 79 



Poplar street, Washington street to Sycamore street. (Work not started.) 

Engineering $15 12 

Engineering expense 45 

$15 57 

* Quincy street (northeasterly side), from Coleman street to Barry street. 
Edgestone set and reset, block gutters paved and repaved, 
flagging crosswalks laid and artificial stone sidewalks constructed. 

Engineering $39 04 

Inspection 93 50 



Carried forward $132 54 

* Done in connection with Bradlee, Algonquin, Thane and School streets. 



242 



City Document No. 26. 



Brought forward .... 




$132 54 


Engineering expense .... 




3 


05 


Advertising 




4 


50 


Teaming 




5 


00 


Edgestone, 538 feet 2 inches straight and 21 






feet circiilar 




332 


43 


Flagging, 24 feet .... 




8 


64 


Blocks, 50 old granite 




1 


00 


Labor, handhng stock 




10 


29 


Labor, gutter paving .... 




22 


09 


Amount paid James L. Pierce & Co 


, under 






contract : 








Removing trees, etc. . 


$0 01 






507 linear feet straight edge- 








stone and corners hauled 








and set @ 25c. 


126 75 






21 Unear feet circular edge- 








stone set @, 25c. . 


5 25 






69 Unear feet circular edge- 








stone reset @ 20c. 


13 80 






195 square yards granite block 








paving hauled and laid 








@ 45c 


87 75 






24 square yards existing gran- 








ite block paving relaid 








@ 40c 


9 60 






11 square yards flagging 








crosswalks' hauled and 








laid @ 70c. . 


7 70 






3 square yards existing flag- 








ging crosswalks relaid 








@ 70c 


2 10 






3,123 square feet artificial stone 








sidewalks furnished and 








laid @ 12c. . 


374 76 






59 square feet artificial stone 








driveways furnished and 








laid @ 12c. . 


7 08 






3 covers reset @ $3 . 


9 00 


' 




Allowance for delay imder 








Article 8 of contract . 


71 88 






Extra work — Grade side- 








walks on south side of 








Quincy street, near 








Barry street . 


46 60 







762 28 



L,281 82 



* Rowe street, from Ashland street to Canterbury street. Length, 446 
linear feet. Area, 5,564 square feet. Edgestone reset, block gutters 
repaved and artificial stone sidewalks constructed. 



Engineering 

Inspection 

Engineering expense 

Advertising 

Amoimt paid to Martino DeMatteo, under 

contract : 

889 hnear feet straight edge- 
stone reset @ 10c. . $88 90 



Carried forward 



$88 90 



$60 20 
9 50 

1 50 

2 10 



$73 30 



Done in connection with Seymour street. 



Public Works Department. 



243 



Brought forward ... $88 90 

194 square yards granite block 

paving relaid @ 30c. . 58 20 

5,564 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks furnished and 
laid @ 12ic. ... 681 59 

2 covers reset @ $3 . . 6 00 

Extra work — Reconstruct 
roadway with 4-inch 
macadam and tar binder: 
582 square yards tar macadam 

@ 60c 349 20 



$73 30 



1,183 89 



L,257 19 



Saratoga street, from Butler avenue to Washburn avenue. (Work not 
started.) 

Engineering $14 75 



■ School street (northeasterly side), from Harvard street to No. 41. 
stone sidewalks constructed. 



Artificial 



Engineering 




$15 76 


Inspection 




6 00 


Engineering expense .... 




85 


Teaming 




3 50 


Blocks, 1,600 old granite . 




32 00 


Amount paid James L. Pierce & Co. 


, under 




contract: 






126 hnear feet straight edge- 






stone and corners hauled 






and set @ 25c. 


$31 50 




44 square yards granite block 






paving hauled and set @ 






45c. . ... 


19 80 




558 square feet artificial stone 






sidewalks furnished and 






laid @ 12c. . . 


66 96 




52 square feet artificial stone 






driveways furnished and 






laid @ 12c. 


6 24 


124 50 







$182 61 



t Seymour street, from Ashland street to Canterbury street. Length, 340 
linear feet. Area, 2,215 square yards. Roadway paved in part with 
tar macadam 4 inches in depth. Edgestone reset, flagging cross- 
walks relaid and artificial stone sidewalks constructed. 



Engineering . 




$17 00 


Inspection 




2 75 


Engineering expense . 




50 


Advertising . 




2 10 


Amount paid Martino 


DeMatteo, under 




contract: 






223 Hnear feet straight 


edge- 




stone reset @ 10c. 


$22 30 




Carried forward 


$22 30 


$22 35 



* Done in connection with Bradlee, Algonquin, Thane and Quincy streets, 
t Done in connection with Rowe street. 



244 City Document No. 26. 

Brought forward ... $22 30 $22 35 

37 square yards granite block 

paving relaid @/ 30c. . 11 10 

2,215 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks furnished and 
laid @ 12ic. . . . 271 34 

Extra work — • Recon- 
struct roadway with 4- 
inch macadam and tar 
binder : 
76 square yards tar macadam 

@ 60c 45 60 



350 34 

$372 69 



Thane street, at No. 18. Artificial stone sidewalk constructed. 

Engineering $1 25 

Inspection 3 50 

Engineering expense 60 

Amount paid James L. Pierce & Co., under 
contract : 
31 Unear feet existing edgestone 

reset @ 20c. _. . _ . $6 20 

11 square yards existing granite 
block paving relaid @ 
40c. . ... . 4 40 

325 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks furnished and 
laid @ 12c. ... 39 00 



49 60 

$54 95 



Vernon street, from Cabot street to Vernon place. Length, 280 Unear feet. 
Area, 2,423 square feet. Edgestone reset and artificial stone side- 
walks laid on the south side. 

Engineering $12 27 

Inspection 31 50 

Engineering expense 1 05 

Amount paid to Charles J. Jacobs Company, 
imder contract : 
105 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 12c. . $12 60 
2,423 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks furnished and 
laid @ 13ic. ... 327 11 

339 71 

$384 53 



t Victoria street, Pleasant street, 163 feet easterly. Length, 163 linear feet. 
Area, 1,033 square feet. Artificial stone sidewalks laid, granite block 
gutters and edgestone were regulated where necessary. 

Engineering . $22 63 

Inspection . 7 00 

Carried forward $29 63 

* Done in connection with Bradlee, Algonquin, School and Quincy streets, 
t Done in connection with Pleasant and Pearl streets (Dorchester). 



Public Works Department. 245 

Brought forward $29 63 

Amount paid to James Doherty, under contract : 
177 linear feet straight edge- 
stone and corners and 
circles reset @ 12c. _ . $21 24 

2 square yards existing 
granite block paying 
relaid, gravel joints, @ 

40c 80 

1,033 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks furnished and 
laid @ 12ic. . . 129 13 

151 17 

$180 80 



* Walk Hill street (southwesterly side), from Wachusett street to Bourne 
street. Length, 736 linear feet. Area, 5,411 square feet. Edgestone 
set and reset, block gutters payed and repaved, and artificial stone 
sidewalks constructed. 

Engineering $78 14 

Inspection 25 67 

Engineering expense 1 90 

Adyertising 2 25 

Edgestone, 693 feet 4 inches straight and 52 

feet 5 inches circiilar 454 16 

Blocks, 9,470 old granite 189 40 

Amount paid James Doherty, under contract : 
Remoying trees, bushes, 

etc $0 01 

14.4 cubic yards rock excava- 
tion @ $3.50 ... 50 40 
681 linear feet straight edge- 
stone and corners hauled 
and set @ _17c. . . 115 77 
53 linear feet circular edge- 
stone set @ lie. . . 5 83 
12 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ lie. . 1 32 
246 square yards granite block 
paving hauled and laid, 
gravel joints, @ 61c. . 150 06 
4 square yards granite block 
paving relaid, gravel 
joints, @ 35c. . . 1 40 
5,411 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks furnished and 
laid @ life. ... 635 79 

960 58 

$1,712 10 



,Washington street, from Tip Top street to Newton line. Length, 779 feet' 
Edgestone set, 779 feet, and gutters paved on a crushed stone founda" 
tion, artificial stone walk to be constructed. 

Engineering $199 92 

Engineering expense 2 20 

Edgestone, 779 feet straight and 12 small cor- 
ners 537 00 



Carried forward $739 12 

* Done in connection with Bourne street. 



246 City Document No. 26. 



Brought fonvard $739 12 

Gravel, 34* cubic yards 34 50 

Crushed stone . . . ' . . . . 101 55 

Teaming 48 51 

Labor, edgestone excavating .... 229 89 

Labor, edgestone setting 176 42 

Labor, gutter repairing 17 16 

Labor, roadway excavating .... 80 63 

Labor, crushed stone sidewalks ... 2 50 



$1,430 28 



Washington street, from Warrenton to Pleasant street. Artificial stone 
sidewalk constructed at widening. 
Amount paid to J. J. SulUvan . . . ... . . $60 30 

West Broadway, from Dorchester avenue to Dorchester street. Length, 
4,095 hnear feet. Area, 98,048 square feet. Edgestone and gutters 
regulated and artificial stone sidewalks laid. 



Engineering 




$363 07 


Inspection 




210 00 


Engineering expense . 




7 95 


Advertising 




4 50 


Edgestone, 68 feet straight and 


174 feet 9 




inches circular .... 




202 47 


Blocks, 12,650 .... 




253 00 


Labor, handling stock 




1 50 


Amount paid Thomas J. Hind, 


Inc., under 




contract : 






100 linear feet straight edge- 






stone and corners 






hauled and set @ 26c., 


$26 00 




164 hnear feet circular edge- 






stone set @ 18c. 


29 52 




5,039 linear feet existing edge- 






stone reset @ llic. . 


579 49 




250 square yards granite 






block paving hauled 






and laid @ 62^c. 


158 75 




950 square yards existing 






granite block paving 






relaid @ 39c. 


370 50 




9 square yards existing 






flagging crosswalks re- 






laid @ 43c. . . . 


3 87 




165 square yards existing 






brick sidewalks relaid 






@ 28c 


46 20 




98,048 square feet artificial 






stone sidewalks ftu-- 






nished and laid @ 8^c., 


8,170 67 




235 square feet artificial 






stone driveways fur- 






nished and laid @ 8|c., 


19 58 




2 covers reset @ $3 . 


6 00 




Extra work — Clean old 






granite blocks as 






directed : 






48 hours' labor @ 25c. 


12 00 




Plus 15 per cent on $12 . 


1 80 





Carried forward . . . $9,424 38 $1,042 49 



14 


00 


2 


10 


9 


10 


6 


25 


7 


00 


3 


35 


2 


00 




60 



Public Works Department. 247 

Brought foncard . . . $9,424 38 $1,042 49 
Extra work — Remove 
stumps and roots be- 
low subgrade: 
56 hom-s' labor @ 25c. 
Plus 15 per cent on $14 . 
Extra work — Reset 
Bradley head catch- 
basin to grade: 
14 houi's, mason, @ 65c. 
20 hours, tender, @, 3I5C. . 
28 hours' labor @ 25c. 

Plus 15 per cent on 
$22.35 .... 
4 bags cement @ 50c. 
12 cubic feet sand @ 5c. 
Extra work — ■ Remove 
granite post and flag- 
ging and set granite 
step in front of St. 
Peter and P a u 1 's 
Church: 
17 hours, mason, @ 65c. . 11 05 

32 hours, helper, @, 31ic. . 10 00 

58| hours labor @ 25c. . 14 63 

Plus 15 per cent on 

$35.68 .... 5 35 

16 hours, double team, @ 

75c 12 00 

250 bricks @ ^c. . . . 1 25 

2 bags cement @ 50c. . 1 00 

4 cubic feet sand @ 5c. . 20 

Extra work — ■ Build 
bulkhead at sign board 
at bridge: 
1 hom-, carpenter, @ 65c. . 65 

Plus 15 per cent on 65c. . 10 

34 feet B.M. plank® $33 . 1 12 

Extra work — Remove 
stock from street on 
account of parade and 
return same. 
12 hours, foreman, @ 62|c. 7 50 

8 hours, timekeeper, 

(oi 3Uc. ... 2 50 

80 hours' labor @ 25c. 
8 hours, water boy, @ 18|c. 
Plus 15 per cent on 
,$31.50 .... 
48 hours, double team, @75c. 

9,598 36 

$10,640 85 

* Windermere road, from Gushing avenue 75 feet northerly. Edgestone 
set and reset, block gutters repaved and flagging crosswalks relaid, 
and artificial stone sidewalks constructed. 

Engineering $22 61 

Inspection 4 00 

Engineering expense 20 



20 00 


1 


50 


4 


73 


36 


00 



Carried forward $26 81 

* Done in connection with Gushing avenue and Jerome street. 



248 City Document No. 26. 

Brought forward $26 81 

Amount paid James Doherty, under contract : . 

76 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ lie. . . $8 36 
26 square yards existing granite 
block paving relaid, gravel 
joints, @ 30c. ... ' 7 80 
478 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks furnished and 
laid @ 12c. ... 57 36 

73 52 

$100 33 



Public Works Department. 



249 



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. 

Ainsworth street footway, Tyndale street to Belgrade avenue 
started.) 

Engineering 

Advertising 

Printing 



avenue. 


(Work not 


S206 68 
10 66 
43 76 


$261 10 





$20 00 
480 60 



285 00 



336 25 

15 00 

1 80 



317 00 



41 00 



$102 30 


119 


00 


2 


55 


7 


51 


20 87 


928 


19 


214 07 


144 


00 



Albano street, from Washington street to Amherst street. Length, 749 
linear feet. Area, 2,164 square yards. Tar macadam roadway 
constructed, edgestone set, block gutters paved, flagging crosswalks 
relaid and artificial stone sidewalks constructed. 

Engineering . 

Inspection 

Engineering expense . 

Advertising . 

Labor, handling stock 

Edgestone, 1,345 feet 5 inches straight, 99 feet 

1 inch circular and 2 small corners 
Flagging, 219 feet 3 inches 
Blocks, 7,200 old granite . 
Amount paid the West Roxbury Trap Rock 
Company, under contract: 
Removing trees, bushes, 

etc 

1,068 cubic yards earth excava- 
tion @, 45c. . 
57 cubic yards rock excava- 
tion @ $5 
1,345 linear feet straight edge- 
stone and corners hauled 
and set @ 25c. 
100 linear feet circular edge- 
stone set @ 15c. . 
12 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 15c. 
317 square yards granite block 
paving hauled and laid 
@ $1 
82 square yards existing gran- 
ite block paving relaid 

@ 50c 

64 square yards flagging cross- 
walks hauled and laid 
@. $1 . . . . 



64 00 



Carried forward 



$1,560 65 $1,538 49 



250 



City Document No. 26. 



Brought forward 
1,879 square yards bituminous 
macadam surface fur- 
nished and placed (tar 
binder) @ 60c. 
8,700 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks furnished and 
laid @ 14c. . 
16 covers reset @ $3 . 
Extra work — Regulate 
manhole covers over six 
(6) inches : 
6 manhole covers regulated 
@$6 
Extra work — Omit arti- 
ficial stone sidewalk and 
construct driveway 
where directed: 
64 square feet artificial stone 
driveway furnished and 
laid @, 20c. . . 
Extra work — Furnish pav- 
ing blocks : 
1,775 blocks furnished @ 5c. . 
Extra work — Relay cross- 
walk and resurface with 
macadam, intersection 
of Albano street and 
easterly side of Wash- 
ington street : 
2 days, paver, @ $6 . 

1 day, foreman, @ $5 

2 days, tender, @ $2.50 
2 days, rammer, @ $2.50 
2 days' labor @ $2 . 

Plus 15 per cent on $31 
§ day, double team, @ $6 
I day, steam roller, @ $15 
22 tons crushed stone @ 

$1.50 
120 gallons tar binder @ 8c. 



Less edgestone delivered 
by city, 120 feet® 8c. . 



1,560 65 $1,538 49 



1,127 40 



1,218 00 
48 00 



36 00 



10 80 

88 75 



12 00 



6 


00 


5 00 


5 


00 


4 


00 


4 


65 


3 


00 


5 


63 


33 


00 


9 


60 



1,176 48 
9 60 



4,166 88 



),705 37 



Alexander street, extension to Bird street. 

Engineering 

Engineering expense .... 



(Work not started.) 

$42 35 
50 



$42 85 



Amory street, from Bragdon street to Centre street. Two hundred fifteen 
feet new edgestone set, 402 feet old edgestone reset, 134 square yards 
gutters repaved. 

Engineering 

Engineering expense 

Advertising 



$134 25 
1 70 
1 67 



Carried forward 



$137 62 



Public Works Department. 



251 



Brought forward 
Labor, edgestone excavating 
Labor, edgestone setting . 
Labor, gutter excavating . 
Labor, gutter paving . 
Labor, roadway excavating 
Labor, handling stock 
Teaming .... 
Gravel, 7 J cubic yards 
Edgestone, 215 feet straight and 4 

corners 



Credit: Blocks, 700 old granite 



small 



$137 62 
60 09 

50 39 
29 80 
24 64 

51 67 
3 43 

34 82 
7 26 

142 56 

$542 28 
14 00 



$528 28 



Ardent street] from Colberg avenue to Belgrade avenue. Five hundred 
forty-seven feet edgestone set. (Work unfinished.) 



Engineering .... 
Engineering expense . 
Advertising .... 
Gravel, 15^ cubic yards 
Crushed stone, 19j tons 
Teaming .... 
Labor, edgestone excavating 
Labor, edgestone setting . 
Lumber .... 

Cement, 20 barrels 
Edgestone, 512 feet straight, 8 

and 19 feet 1 inch circular 
Labor, excavating roadway 
Labor, handling stock 
Labor, templets . 
Steam roller 



small corners 



$79 05 

60 

1 66 

15 19 

21 56 

290 13 

211 50 

145 00 

1 68 

33 00 

331 53 

430 20 

8 00 

11 00 

19 50 



$1,599 60 



Armington street, from Webster street to Brighton avenue. (Work done in 
1914.) 

Engineering $4 50 



Atkins street, from Washington street 609 feet northeasterly, 
started.) 



Engineering . 
Labor, plank walk 



$16 20 
47 16 



(Work not 



$63 36 



Augustus avenue, from Poplar street to beyond Clarendon avenue. Length, 
657 Unear feet. Area, 1,968 square yards. Tar macadam roadway 
constructed, edgestone set, granite block gutters repaved and artifi- 
cial stone sidewalks constructed. 

Engineering 

Inspection 

Engineering expense 

Advertising 

Edgestone, 961 feet 5 inches straight, 6 small 

corners and 259 feet circular 
Labor, handling stock 



$202 


12 


61 


18 


5 


30 


5 


95 


802 81 


14 


99 



Carried forward 



$1,092 35 



252» City Document No. 26. 

Brought forward $1,092 35 

Amount paid Martino DeMatteo, under con- 
tract : 

Removing trees, bushes, 

etc $15 00 

1,950 cubic yards earth excava- 
tion @ 30c. ... 585 00 
11 cubic yards water box ex- 
cavation @ $1 . . 11 00 
34 cubic feet rock excavation 

@ $4 . . . . 96 00 

1,001 linear feet straight edge- 
stone and corners hauled 
and set @ .19c. . . 190 19 

260 linear feet circular edge- 
stone set @ 12c. . . 31 20 
179 square yards granite block 
paving fm-nished and 
laid @ $2 ._ ._ . 358 00 "^ 
1,937 square yards bituminous 
macadam surface fur- 
nished and placed (T. 
B.) @ 68c. . . . 1,317 16 
7,828 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks furnished and 
laid @ 12c. . . . 867 36 
174 square feet artificial stone 
driveways furnished and 
laid @ 12c. ... 20 88 
Extra work — ■ Rehandle 
circular edgestone 
dumped on Poplar street : 
5 day, foreman, @ $3 . . 1 50 
1 day's labor @ $2 . . 
Plus 15 per cent on $3.50, 
I day, double team, @ $6 . 
Extra work — Grade ap- 
proach at Clarendon 
avenue : 
5 days' labor @ $2 

Plus 15 per cent on $10 . 
I days, steam roller, @, $12, 



Less amount retained 



2 00 
53 

3 00 


10 00 

1 50 

10 50 


13,520 82 
917 10 



2,603 72 
$3,696 07 



Augustus avenue, from Metropolitan avenue to Ethel street. (Work not 
started.) 

Engineering $83 07 

Advertising . 1 66 

$84 73 

Barbara street, from South Huntington avenue to Centre street. Length, 

343 hnear feet. Area, 915 square yards. Tar macadam roadway 

constructed, edgestone set, flagging crosswalks laid and artificial 
stone sidewalks constructed. 

Engineering $34 40 

Inspection 85 75 



Carried forward $120 15 



Public Works Department. 253 



Brought forward .... 




$120 15 


Engineering expense .... 




2 15 


Advertising 




5 40 


Labor, handling stock 




10 38 


Edgestone, 654 feet 9 inches straight, 


2 small 




corners and 21 feet 4 inches circulai 




416 28 


Flagging, 55 feet .... 




40 37 


Amount paid Thomas KeUy & Co. 


, under 




contract: 






Removing trees, bushes. 






stumps, etc. ... ; 


1125 00 




509 cubic yards earth excava- 






tion @ 45c. . 


229 05 




1 cubic yard rock excavation 






@$5 


5 00 




658 linear feet straight edge- 






stone and corners hauled 






and set @ 20c. 


131 60 




21 linear feet circular edge- 






stone set @ 15c. . 


3 15 




37 Unear feet existing edge- 






stone reset @ 10c. 


3 70 




46 square yards existing gran- 






ite block paving relaid 






@ 25c 


11 50 




12 square yards flagging cross- 






walks hauled and laid 






@$1 


12 00 




10 square yards existing flag- 






ging crosswalks relaid 






@50c 


5 00 




1,008 square yards bituminous 






macadam surface fur- 






nished and placed (tar 






binder) @ 77c. 


776 16 




3,378 square feet artificial stone 






sidewalks furnished and 






laid @ 13 Jc. . . 


456 03 




70 square feet artificial stone 






driveways furnished and 






laid @, 14c. 


9 80 




2 covers reset @ $3 . 


6 00 


1,773 99 







?,368 72 

Bardwell street, from Ballard street to South street. (Work not started.) 

Engineering $62 26 

Engineering expense 70 

Advertising 1 00 

Labor, laying plank walks .... 29 00 

$92 98 

Basto terrace, from South street about 332 feet northerly. Length, 325 
linear feet. Area, 939 square yards. Tar macadam roadway con- 
structed, edgestone set (part on crushed stone), flagging crosswalks 
laid and artificial stone sidewalks constructed. 

Engineering $44 43 

Inspection 49 00 

Engineering expense 2 55 



Carried forward $95 98 



254 



City Document No. 26. 



Brought forward .... 


$95 98 


Advertising 


6 25 


Labor, handling stock 


10 12 


Edgestone, 619 feet 2 inches straight, 


6 small 


corners and 9 feet 5 inches circular 


394 17 


Flagging, 15 feet 3 inches . 


11 21 


Amount paid Charles J. Jacobs Company, 


under contract: 




Removing trees, bushes, 




etc. .... 


$0 00 


344 cubic yards earth excava- 




tion @ 40c. . 


137 60 


6f cubic yards water box ex- 




cavation @ $1.50 . 


10 00 


624 linear feet straight edge- 




stone and corners hauled 




and set @ 20c. 


124 80 


10 linear feet circular edge- 




stone set @ 15c. . 


1 50 


32' linear feet existing edge- 




stone reset @ 15c. 


4 80 


342 linear feet crushed stone 




and concrete foundation 




furnished and placed 




@ 15c. ... 


51 30 


15 square yards existing gran- 




ite block paving relaid 




@ 40c. . . . . 


6 00 


3 square yards flagging 




crosswalks hauled and 




laid @ $1 . . 


3 00 


8 square yards existing flag- 




ging crosswalks relaid 




@ 40c. .... 


3 20 


957 square yards bituminous 




macadam surface fur- 




nished and placed @ 




60c 


574 20 


3,989 square feet artificial stone 




sidewalks furnished and 




laid @ lie. . 


438 79 


171 square f et artificial stone 




driveways fxirnished and 




laid @ 15c. . 


25 65 


5 covers reset @ $3 . 


15 00 


Building dry well 


10 00 


Extra work — Remove 




edgestone already set 




and construct driveways 




as directed: 




f day, edgestone setter, @ 




$6 


4 50 


f day, foreman, @ $4 . 


3 00 


3| days, laborer, @ $2 . 


7 00 


Plus 15 per cent on 




$14.50 .... 


2 18 


2x\- days, double team, @ $6 . 


14 50 

1 /lOT no 




1,4:0/ UZ 



Binney street, Longwood avenue to Francis street. 
Engineering expense 



L,954 75 

(Work done in 1914.) 

$0 30 



Public Works Department. 



255 



3 inches straight, 18 
18 feet 10 inches 



$50 00 

579 18 

3 00 

157 50 



378 54 
2 28 
2 52 



130 41 



1 17 



11 25 



4,378 50 



379 60 



1,207 80 



$236 60 


55 85 


4 00 


5 20 


1,285 97 


10 47 


160 00 


2 44 


10 50 


22 28 


2 50 



Birch street, from Penfield street to Dudley avenue. Length, 1,074 linear 
feet. Ai-ea, 2,748 square yards. Part of the roadway paved with 
bitulithic on a 6-inch concrete base and part with tar macadam, 
edgestone set and block gutters paved and artificial stone sidewalks 
constructed. 

Engineering . 
Inspection 
Engineering expense 
Advertising . 
Edgestone, 2,063 feet 
small corners and 
circular 
Flagging, 29 feet 1 inch 
Blocks, 8,000 old granite 
Lumber for templets . 
Labor, making templets 
Labor, handling stock 
Teaming 

Amount paid A. H. Archer, under contract: 
Removing trees, bushes, 
stumps, etc. 
1,182 cubic yards earth excava- 
tion @, 49c. . 
3 cubic yards water box ex- 
cavation @y $1 
45 cubic yards rock excava- 
tion @ $3.50 
2,103 linear feet straight edge- 
stone and corners 
hauled and set (5j 18c., 
19 linear feet circular edge- 
stone set @ 12c. 
21 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 12c. 
207 square yards granite 
block paving hauled 
and laid, gravel joints, 
@ 63c. . . . . 
3 square yards granite 
block paving relaid, 
gravel jomts, @, 39c. . 
9 square yards granite 
block paving relaid, 
grout joints, including 
concrete base, (5) $1.25, 
1,946 square yards concrete 
base and bitulithic 
wearing surface fur- 
nished and laid @ 
$2.25 .... 
584 square yards bituminous 
macadam surface fur- 
nished and placed (tar 
macadam) @ 65c. 
10,980 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks furnished 
and laid® lie. 
392 square feet artificial stone 
driveways fm-nished 
and laid @ lie. . 43 12 



Carried forward 



2,024 87 $1,795 81 



256 City Document No. 26. 

Brought forward . . . $2,024 87 $1,795 81 

Extra work — Haul and 
lay flagging crosswalks, 
concrete base, grout 
joints: 
5 square yards flagging 
crosswalks hauled and 
laid, grout joints, in- 
cluding concrete base, 
@ Sl.oO ... 7 50 

Extra work — Remove 
edgestone already set 
and construct drive- 



way: 




1 dav, paver, @. $5 . 


2 50 


1^ days, helper, @ $2.25 . 


3 38 


Plus 15 per cent on $5.88, 


88 


Extra work — Grade ap- 




proach at Penfield 




street: 




^ dav, foreman, @ $5 


2 50 


1 day's labor @ S2 . 


2 00 


Plus 15 per cent on $4.50, 


68 



7,344 31 
$9,140 12 



Boumeside street, from Park street to Melville avenue. Length, 786 linear 
feet. Area, 2,240 square yards. Tar macadam roadway constructed, 
edgestone set, flagging crosswalks laid and artificial stone sidewalks 
constructed with loam spaces. (Unfinished work from 1914.) 

Engineering $23 52 

Inspection 31 50 

Engineering expense 95 

Advertising 3 93 







$59 90 


Credit : 39 feet edgestone . 




25 94 




$33 96 


Amount paid James Doherty, under contract: 




Removing trees, bushes, 






etc 


$30 00 




1,079 cubic yards earth excava- 






tion (a 57c. . 


615 03 




3.7 cubic vards rock excava- 






tion '(g, $3.50 . 


12 95 




1,413 hnear 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 






pa\'ing hauled and laid 






@ 58c 


26 68 





Carried fonvard . . . $950 64 $33 96 



Public Works Department. 257 

Brought forward _. . . $950 64 $33 96 . 

27 square yards existing gran- 
ite block paving relaid 

@ 50c 13 50 

64 square yards flagging 
crosswalks hauled and 
laid @ 75c. ... 48 00 

2,387 square yards bituminous 
macadam surface fur- 
nished and placed (tar 
binder) @ 73c. . . 1,742 51 

506 square yards crushed stone 
sidewalks furnished and 
placed @ 43c. . . 217 58 

3,299 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks furnished and 
laid @ 13§c. . . . 445 37 

165 square feet artificial stone 
driveways furnished 
and laid @ 15c. . . 24 75 

10 covers reset @ $3 . . 30 00 

624 square yards loam spaces 
spaded, rolled and 
seeded @ 6c. . . 37 44 

50 cubic yards loam fur- 
nished @ 95c. . . 47 50 
Extra work — Remove 
trees 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- 
way: 
8 hours, paver, @ 62ic. . 5 00 
36 hours' labor @ 25c. . . 9 00 
Plus 15 per cent on $14, 2 10 
Extra work — Repave 
crosswalks at Park 
street: 
6 hours, paver, @ 62|c. . 3 75 
16 days' labor @ 25c. . . 4 00 
Plus 15 per cent on .$7.75, 1 16 
40 cubic feet sand @ 5 c. . 2 00 



$3,612 15 
Less amount paid in 1914, 2,887 04 



725 11 

$759 07 



Breck avenue, from Washington street to Nonantum road. (Work not 
started.) 



Engineering $74 00 

Engineering expense 45 



$74 45 



258 City Document No. 26. 

Bradwood street, from Colberg avenue to Belgrade avenue. Length, 872 
linear feet. Area, 2,740 square yards. Tar macadam roadway con- 
structed, edgestone set (part on crushed stone foundation), flagging 
crosswalks laid and artificial stone sidewalks constructed. 



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



198 72 

68 84 

1 30 

5 95 

23 65 



Edgestone, 1,609 feet straight, 2 small corners 

and 5 feet 10 inches circular . . . 954 84 

Amount paid Martino DeMatteo & Co., under 
contract : 

Removing trees, bushes, 

etc SO 50 

971 cubic yards earth excava- 
tion @ 35c. ... 339 85 

5 cubic yards water box ex- 

cavation @ $5 . . 25 00 

4 cubic yards rock excava- 
tion @ 00c. ... 00 
1,613 linear feet straight edge- 
stone and corners 
hauled and set @ 20c. 322 60 

6 Unear feet circular edge- 

stone set @ 14c. . 84 

28 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 14c. . 3 92 
395 linear feet crushed stone 
and concrete founda- 
tion furnished and 
placed @ 12c. . , . 47 40 

36 square yards existing 
granite block paving 
relaid @ 40c. . . 14 40 

20 square yards existing flag- 
ging crosswalks relaid 

@ 50c 10 00 

2,485 square yards bitimiinous 
macadam surface fur- 
nished and placed (tar 
binder) @ 70c. . . 1,739 50 

10,499 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks furnished 
and laid @ 13c. . . 1,364 87 

36 square feet artificial stone 
driveways furnished 
and laid @13c. . . 7 28 

7 covers reset @ $3 . . 21 03 
Extra work — • Regiilate 

manhole covers over 

six (6) inches : 
3 manhole covers regulated 

@ $7.50 ... 22 50 

Extra work — Rebuild 

two (2) catch-basins: 
2 catch-basins rebuilt @ 

."ffilO ... 20 00 



Carried forward . ■ ■ $3,939 66 $1,153 30 



Public Works Department. 



259 



Brought forward ... 
Extra work — Cut mon- 
ument to grade: 
5 day, stonecutter, @ $5 . 
Plus 15 per cent on $2.50, 



Less 1,381 gallons of tar 
not furnished by the 
contractor @ 8c. 



Less amoimt retained 



J,939 66 $1,153 30 



2 50 

38 



3,942 54 

110 48 

3,832 06 
594 15 



3,237 91 



1,391 21 



Browning avenue, Bernard street to Wales street. 

Advertising 

Engineering expense 



(Work done in 1914.) 



$7 44 



Brunswick street, from Blue HOI avenue to Normandy street. 1,251 
feet edgestone set, 18 feet circular edgestone set, 1,081 cubic yards 
roadway excavated. Work done by division force.- (Unfinished.) 



Engineering .... 








$93 25 


Engineering expense 


2 40 


Advertising 


1 87 


Edgestone, 1,169 feet 2 inches straight, i 


2 


small corners and 18 feet 10 inches circular 


755 28 


Gravel, 22| cubic yards .... 


22 05 


Cement, \ barrel 








83 


Steam roller .... 








26 00 


Teaming .... 








587 60 


Labor, edgestone excavating 








799 81 


Labor, edgestone setting . 








335 82 


Labor, roadway excavating 








2,278 50 


Labor, handling stock 








29 12 




(S>A rioo ro 




^^,vOiJ Do 



Burton street, from Washington street to Bellamy street. Length, 817 
linear feet. Area, 2,498 square yards. Edgestone set, street sub- 
graded. Roadway siu-faced with asphalt macadam. Crosswalks 
laid and artificial stone sidewalks laid. 



Engineering . 

Inspection 

Engineering expense 

Advertising . 

Flagging, 301 feet 

Blocks, 3,200 old granite 

Edgestone, 1,474 feet straight, 86 feet cir- 
cular and 6 small corners 

Labor, handling stock 

Amount paid Charles J. Jacobs Company, 
under contract: 

Removing trees, bushes, 
etc $5 00 

1,220 cubic yards earth excava- 
tion @ 40c. ... 488 00 



$209 56 

143 50 

4 80 

8 47 

223 86 

64 00 

959 34 
22 97 



Carried forward 



$493 00 $1,636 50 



260 



City Document No. 26. 



Brought forward 
1,469 linear feet straight edge- 
stone hauled and set @ 

22c 

86 linear feet circular edge- 
stone set @ 15c. . 
79 square yards granite block 
paving hauled and laid 
@ 50c. . . . _ . 
66 square yards flagging 
crosswalks hauled and 
laid @ 60c. . 
2,353 square yards bituminous 
macadam surface fur- 
nished and placed (as- 
phalt binder) @ 75c. 
9,335 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks furnished and 
laid @ He. . 
204 square feet artificial stone 
driveways furnished and 
laid @ 12c. . 
10 covers reset @ $3 . 
Extra work — Regulate 
three (3) catch-basins 
over (6) inches: 
3 catch-basins regulated @ 

$5 

Extra work — Regulate 

manholes over 6 inches 

where directed: 

2 manholes regulated @ $5, 

Extra work — Haul sur- 

p 1 u s edgestone to 

Brighton Paving Yard : 

1 day, double team, @ $6, 



$493 00 $1,636 50 



323 18 


12 90 


39 50 


39 60 


1,764 75 


1,026 85 


24 48 
30 00 



15 00 



10 00 



6 00 



3,785 26 



5,421 76 



Castlegate road, from Blue Hill avenue to Normandy street. Length, 
462 Unear feet. Area, 1,334 square yards. Roadway paved with 
Roman Road pavement on a 5-inch concrete base, edgestone set and 
artificial stone sidewalks constructed. 



Engineering 


$62 67 


Inspection 


33 25 


Engineering expense . . . ' . 


4 00 


Advertising 


8 24 


Edgestone, 410 feet straight, 24 feet circular. 




2 small corners 


284 40 


Flagging, 55 feet . .- . . . . 


39 60 


Blocks, 500 old granite . . . 


10 00 


Lumber and nails (templets) .... 


1 30 


Labor, making templets 


8 50 


Labor, handling stock 


6 25 


Teaming 


1 25 


Amount paid to the Central Construction 




Company, under contract: 




Removing trees, bushes, 




etc $10 00 





Carried forward 



$10 00 



$459 46 



Public Works Department. 



261 



Broiight forward . . . $10 00 

377 cubic yards earth excava- 
tion @ 50c. ... 188 50 
4 cubic yards rock excava- 
tion @ $3.50 ... 14 00 
390 linear feet straight edge- 
stone and corners 
hauled and set @ 19c., 74 10 

34 linear feet circular edge- 
stone set @ 15c. . . 5 10 

15 Unear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 15c. . 2 25 

30 square yards existing 
granite block paving 
relaid, gravel joints, @ 
50c. . ... 15 00 

12 square yards existing 
granite block paving 
relaid, grout joints, in- 
cluding concrete base, 
@ $1.50 .... 18 00 

12 square yards flagging 
crosswalks hauled and 
laid, grout joints, in- 
cluding concrete base, 
@ $1.50 . ... 18 00 

11 square yards existing flag- 
ging crosswalks relaid, 
grout joints, including 
concrete base, @ $1.50, 16 50 

1,250 square yards Roman Road 
pavement furnished and 
laid, including concrete 
base, @ $1.48 . . 1,850 00 

2,781 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks furnished and 
laid @ 12c. . _ . . 333 72 

57 square feet artificial stone 
driveways furnished and 
laid @ 13c. ... 7 41 

6 covers reset @ $3 . . 18 00 



$459 46 



2,570 58 



$3,030 04 



Cedric street, from Magazine street to Langdon street. (Work not started.) 



Engineering . 
Engineering expense 
Advertising . 



$68 00 

60 

1 86 



$70 46 



Chapin avenue, from Mt. Vernon street to Preston road. Length, 499 
linear feet. Area, 1,184 square yards. Tar macadam roadway con- 
structed, edgestone set and reset, block gutters paved and artificial 
stone sidewalks constructed. (Work unfinished.) 

Engineering 

Inspection 

Engineering expense 

Advertising 



$102 67 


170 


25 


2 


10 


6 


00 



Carried forward 



$281 02 



262 



City Document No. 26. 



Brought forward .... 




$281 02 


Blocks, 11,481 old granite . 




229 


62 


Edgestone, 1,034 feet 3 inches strai 


^ht and 






68 feet circular .... 




674 


70 


Labor, handling stock 




14 


26 


Amount paid John Kelly Company 


, under 






contract : 








Removing trees, bushes, 








etc 


$25 00 






1,778 cubic yards earth excava- 








tion @ 35c. . 


622 30 






3 cubic yards rock excava- 








tion @ $3 


9 00 






923 linear feet straight edge- 








stone and corners hauled 








and set @ 19c. 


175 37 






69 linear feet circular edge- 








stone set @ 10c. . 


6 90 






200 linear feet existing edge- 








stone reset @ 10c. 


20 00 






372 square yards granite block 








paving hauled and laid 








@ 75c 


204 00 






935 square yards bituminous 








macadam surface fur- 








nished and placed (tar 








binder) @ 62c. 


579 70 






4,882 square feet artificial stone 








sidewalks furnished and 








laid @. 12Jc. . 


610 25 






178 linear feet wood fence fur- 








nished and built @ 25c., 


44 50 







Less 5 per cent retained 



2,297 02 
114 85 



C street, from Baxter street to Old Colony avenue. 
Advertising . 
Sand 
Gravel . 
Crushed stone 
Bricks . 
Tarvia . 
Teaming 



2,182 17 



5,381 77 



(Work done in 1914.) 

$2 94 

20 88 

16 50 
138 92 

98 60 

50 06 

16 06 
$343 96 



Caspian way, from Savin Hill avenue easterly. (Work not started.) 



Engineering . 



$21 35 



Chestnut street, from Brimmer street to Charles River Embankment. 
Length, 310 linear feet. Area, 650 square yards. Edgestone set, 
street subgraded, roadway surfaced with asphalt macadam, artificial 
stone sidewalks laid, crosswalks and entrances regulated. 

Engineering $110 20 

Inspection 122 60 

Engineering expense 1 45 

Carried forward $234 15 



Public Works Department. 



263 



Brought forward 

Advertising 

Labor, stonecutter 

Labor, setting edgestone .... 

Labor, resurfacing roadway 

Labor, handling stock .... 

Teaming 

Edgestone, 33 feet straight and 9 feet 5 inches 

circular 

Crushed stone, 86 tons .... 
Bermudez asphalt, 944 gallons 
Steam roller . . . . . 

Amount paid Barber Asphalt Paving Company, 



Credit: Blocks, old granite, 14,300 



Amount paid Jeremiah J. McCarthy Com- 
pany, under contract: 

Removing trees, bushes, 

etc 

309 cubic yards earth exca- 
vation @/ 60c. 
50 cubic yards filling fiu-- 

nished @ 60c. 
10 linear feet circular edge- 
stone set @ 15c. . 
398 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @/ 15c. 
19 square yards existing gran- 
ite block paving relaid 
@ 50c. . _. _ . 
55 square yards existing flag- 
ging crosswalks relaid 

@ 50c 

637 square yards bituminous 
macadam surface fur- 
nished and placed (as- 
phalt binder) @ 83c. _ . 
10 square yards existing brick 
sidewalks relaid @ 50c., 
2,121 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks furnished and 
laid @ 15c. . 
853 square feet artificial stone 
driveways furnished and 
laid @ i5c. . 
1 cover reset @ $3 
Extra work — Remove old 
foundation wall and 
change driveway as 
directed: 
5 hours, edgestone setter, 

@ 62|c 

5 hours, cement finisher, @ 

60c 

5 hours, helper, @, 31|c. 
58 hours' labor @ 25c. 

Plus 15 per cent on $22.19, 



SI 00 

185 40 

30 00 

1 50 

59 70 



9 50 



27 50 



528 71 
5 00 



318 15 



127 95 
3 00 



3 13 



234 


15 


6 


75 


12 


00 


50 46 


118 


58 




60 


66 59 


32 25 


115 24 


169 


92 


45 


50 


92 


60 



$944 64 
286 20 

$658 44 



3 00 




1 56 




14 50 




3 33 






1,322 93 





L,981 37 



$339 


45 


161 


00 


6 


85 


5 


80 


27 


09 


1,365 


86 


74 46 


3 


50 



264 City Document No. 26. 

Claxton street, from Blue Hill avenue to Callander street. Length, 1,203 
linear feet. Area, 4,114 square yards. Roadway paved with asphalt 
on a 6-inch concrete base, edgestone set and artificial stone sidewalks 
constructed. 

Engineering . 

Inspection 

Engineering expense . 

Advertising . 

Labor, handling stock 

Edgestone, 1,779 feet straight, 338 feet circular 

and 10 small corners 

Flagging, 103 feet 5 inches .... 

Teaming 

Amount paid D. M. Biggs & Co., under 

contract : 
2,282 cubic yards earth excava- 
tion @ 60c. . . . $1,369 20 

31 cubic yards water box 

excavation @ $2 . 62 00 

1 cubic yard rock excava- 
tion @ $5 . . . 5 00 
1,794 linear feet straight edge- 
stone and corners 
hauled and set @ 22c., 394 68 
339 linear feet circular edge- 
stone set @, 15c. . 50 85 
222 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 15c. . 33 30 
19 square yards existing 
granite block paving 
relaid, gravel joints, @ 
40c 7 60 

32 square yards existing 

granite block paving 
relaid, grout joints, 
including concrete base, 
@ $1 . . . _ . 32 00 

21 square yards flagging 
crosswalks hauled and 
laid, grout joints, in- 
cluding concrete base, 
@ $1. 50 . . . 31 50 

4,114 square yards concrete 
base, bituminous con- 
crete binder and as- 
phalt wearing surface 
furnished and laid @ 

8,228 00 



14,765 square feet artificial 




stone sidewalks fur- 




nished and laid @ lie. 


1,624 15 


232 square feet artificial stone 




driveways furnished 




and laid @ 13c. . 


30 16 


29 covers reset @ $3 . 


87.00 


Extra work — Furnish 




labor to grade material 




sent to Lyford street: 




65 hours' labor @ 25c. 


16 25 


Plus 15 per cent on $16.25, 


2 44 



Carried forward . . . $11,974 13 $1,984 01 



Public Works Department. 



265 



Brought forward 

Extra work — -Replace 
the concrete taken out 
for water box set to 
grade : 
6 hours' labor @ 25c. 

Plus 15 per cent on $1.50, 

3 bags cement @ 50c. 

Extra work — Remove 

edgestone ah-eady set 

and construct diiveway 

at No. 71: 

2 hours, stonecutter, 

@62^c 

2 hours' labor @ 25c. 

Plus 15 per cent on $1.75, 

Extra work — • Raise 2 

manholes over 6 inches : 

2 manhole covers raised @ 



$11,974 13 



50 
23 
50 



25 
50 
26 



10 00 



L,984 01 



11,989 37 



$13,973 38 



Convent path, from Breed street to Gladstone street. Length, 106 Unear 
feet. Area, 204 square feet. Concrete steps were built, tile under- 
drain laid, artificial stone sidewalks and edgestone put in at top 
and bottom landings. 

Engineering . 
Inspection 

Engineering expense . 
Advertising . 

Typewriting contracts 

Amount paid James Doherty, under contract : 
Building artificial stone steps and wall 

$2,980 41 



$145 10 


161 


00 


5 


06 


5 


95 


18 


30 


2,645 


00 



Cornell street, Orange street to Colberg avenue. (Street rough graded.) 



Engineering .... 
Engineering expense . 
Labor, roadway excavating 
Teaming 



$53 65 

1 50 

304 59 

25 00 



$384 74 



Cottage street, from Gove street to Porter street. 
1914.) 



(Unfinished work from 



Labor, excavating sidewalks 


$13 08 




Labor, laying brick walks . 


9 68 




Sand . . . . 


5 65 




Bricks, 3,000 sidewalk 


34 80 




Teaming . ... 


8 75 


$71 96 



Crandall street, from Augustus avenue to Hillside avenue. Length, 407 
hnear feet. Area, 1,176 square yards. Tar macadam roadway con- 
structed, edgestone set (part on crushed stone foundation) and arti- 
ficial stone sidewalks constructed. 



266 



City Document No. 26. 



Engineering 

Inspection 

Engineering expense 

Advertising 

Edgestone, 771 feet 6 inches straight, 8 small 
corners and 21 feet 5 inches circular . 

Labor, handling stock 

Amount paid Martino DeMatteo, under 
contract : 

Removing trees, bushes, 

etc $5 00 

675 cubic yards earth excava- 
tion @ 30c. . . . 202 50 
8 cubic yards rock excava- 
tion @ $4 . . . 32 00 
762 linear feet straight edge- 
stone and corners hauled 
and set @ 19c. . . 144 78 
22 linear feet circular edge- 
stone set @ lie. . . 2 42 
378 linear feet crushed stone 
and concrete foundation 
furnished and placed @ 

10c 37 80 

1,177 square yards bituminous 
macadam surface fur- 
nished and placed® 68c., 800 36 
4,920 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks furnished and 
laid @ 12c. . . . 590 40 
231 square feet artificial stone 
drivewavs furnished and 
laid @ 20c. ... 46 20 
Extra work — Haul cir- 
cular edgestone from 
Poplar street : 
\ day's labor @ $2 . . 1 00 
Plus 15 per cent on $1 . 15 
\ day, double team, @ $6 . 1 50 
Extra work — Grade ap- 
proach to Hillside 
avenue : 
I day, foreman, @ $3 . 1 50 
3 days' labor @ $2 . . 6 00 
Plus 15 per cent on $7.50 . 1 13 
I day, double team, @ $6 . 3 00 
Extra work — -Haul 
surplus straight edge- 
stone to Augustus 
avenue : 
I day's labor @ $2 

Plus 15 per cent on $1 
\ day, steam roller, @ $12 



Less amount retained 



$109 86 

35 70 

1 20 

5 50 

483 14 
13 55 



1 00 

15 

3 00 


1,486 05 




$1,879 89 
393 84 






$2,135 00 



Public Works Department. 



267 



Chase street, from East Cottage street to Willis street. Length, 305 
linear feet. Area, 911 square yards. Edgestone set, street sub- 
graded, asphalt pavement laid on 6-inch concrete base, artificial 



Engineering . 










$S0 38 


Inspection 










21 00 


Engineering expense . 










1 75 


Advertising . 










7 02 


Limiber for templets . 










1 96 


Labor on templets 










8 25 


Labor, handling stock 










95 


Flagging, 72 feet 










25 92 


Edgestone, 63 feet 1 inch straight 






41 95 


Teaming 






3 50 




$192 68 


Credit: 250 old blocks 










5 00 



Amount paid to the Central Construction 
Company, under contract: 
Removing trees, bushes, etc., $10 00 

210 cubic yards earth excava- 
tion @ 55c. . . 115 50 
63 linear feet straight edge- 
stone and corners hauled 
and set @ 15c. . . 9 45 
5 square yards existing granite 
block paving relaid, gravel 
joints, @ 35c. . . _ . 1 75 
20 square yards existing granite 
block paving lelaid, grout 
joints, @ $1.10 . . 22 00 

14 square yards flagging cross- 

walks hauled and laid, 

grout joints, @ $1.25 . • 17 50 

15 square yards existing flag- 

ging crosswalks relaid, 

grout joints, @ $1 . . 15 00 

856 square yards concrete base, 

bitiuninous concrete bind- 
er and asphalt wearing 

surface furnished and laid 

@ $2.15 . . . . 1,840 40 

482 square feet artificial stone 

sidewalks furnished and 

laid @ 12c. ... 57 84 

4 covers reset @ $3 . . 12 00 



$187 68 



2,101 44 



,289 12 



Chauncy street (southeast side), 
easterly. 

Advertising .... 



from Bedford street 106 feet north- 



$1 85 



Clayhourne street, from 210 feet south of Dakota street to Park street. 
Length, 917 linear feet. Area, 2,649 square yards. Roadway payed 
with bituhthic on a 6-inch concrete base and artificial stone side- 
walks constructed. 



268 



City Document No. 26. 



feet 



Engineering .... 

Inspection .... 

Engineei'ing expense . 

Advertising .... 

Edgestone, 1,635 feet straight and 91 
circular .... 

Blocks, 900 old granite 

Labor on templets 

Labor, handling stock 

Labor, cutting bank . 

Teaming .... 

Amount paid James Doherty, under contract 
Removing trees, bushes, 
etc. .... 
2,750 cubic yards earth exca- 
vation @ 50c. 

54 cubic yards water box 

excavation @ $1 

47 cubic yards rock excava- 
tion @ $3 . 
1,629 Hnear feet straight edge- 
stone and corners 
hauled and set @ 17c. . 

92 linear feet circular edge- 
stone set @ 13c. . 

13 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 13c. 
8,68 Linear feet crushed stone 
and concrete founda- 
tion furnished and 
placed @ lie. 

10 square yards existing 
granite block paving 
relaid, gravel joints, @ 
35c. . . . . 

12 square yards granite 
block paving hauled 
and laid, grout joints, 
including concrete base, 
@$1.36 
2,692 square yards concrete 
base and bitulithic 
wearing surface fur- 
nished and laid @ 
$2.24 .... 
11,002 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks furnished 
and laid @ 10c. . 

55 square feet artificial stone 

driveways furnished 

and laid @ 12c. . 
8 covers reset @ $3 . 
Extra work — Rebuild 

manhole about 200 feet 

north of Tonawanda 

street : 
Manhole rebuilt 



$10 00 

1,375 00 

54 00 



141 00 



276 93 

11 96 

1 69 



95 48 



3 50 



16 32 



6,030 08 



1,100 20 



6 60 
24 00 



$245 


16 


143 


50 


4 


50 


6 


37 


1,048 


02 


18 


00 


5 


00 


24 63 


484 


02 


92 50 



00 



9,154 76 



$11,226 46 



Cliffmont street, southwest from Canterbury street. (Work not started.) 
Engineering $15 18 



Public Woeks Department. 269 

Condor street, extended to East Eagle street. (Work not started.) 

Engineering $81 56 

Engineering expense 1 32 

Advertising 1 00 



Conley street, from Old Colony parkway. 

Engineering S37 75 

Engineering expense 1 15 

Advertising 1 66 



$40 56 



Clement avenue, from Anawan avenue to Clement avenue. (Work done in 
1914.) 

Engineering $12 00 

Credit: Edgestone 10 64 



$1 36 

Clement avenue, Meredith street to Clement avenue. (Work done in 1914.) 

Engineering $12 00 

Edgestone 10 64 



$22 64 
Credit: Bricks 18 00 



$4 64 

Crossman street, from Norfolk street to West Selden street. (Work done 
in 1914.) 

Engineering expense $0 30 

Crown path, from Clay bourne street to Washington street. (Work not 
started.) 

Engineering $150 39 

Engineering expense 40 



$150 79 

Cummings road, extension to Commonwealth avenue. (Work not started.) 

Engineering $62 70 

Engineering expense 1 20 

$63 90 



Dane street, from Holbrook street to Oakland street. Length, 598 linear 
feet. Area, 1,738 square yards. Roadway constructed with asphalt 
pavement on a 6-inch concrete base, edgestone set, flagging crosswalks 
laid and artificial stone sidewalks constructed, part with loam spaces 
and part full width. 

Engineering 

Inspection 

Engineering expense 

Advertising 

Edgestone, 21 feet 9 inches straight and 2 

small corners 

Blocks, 500 old granite 

Lumber for templets 

Labor on templets 

Carried forward $314 52 



;iii 


31 


147 


00 


2 


50 


8 


75 


24 


35 


10 00 


2 


61 


8 


00 



270 City Document No. 26. 

Brought forward $314 52 

Amount paid Charles J. Jacobs Company, 
under contract: 

Removing trees, bushes, etc. $0 00 

1,375 cubic yards earth excava- 
tion @ 35c. ... 481 25 
6 Unear feet straight edge- 
stone and corners hauled 
and set @ 17c. . . 1 02 
22 linear feet circular edge- 
stone set @ 15c. . . 3 30 
721 hnear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 12c. . 86 52 
1 1 square yards existing gran- 
ite block paving relaid 

@ 40c 4 40 

10 square yards granite block 
paving hauled and laid, 
grout joints, including 
concrete base, @$1.50 . 15 00 

6 square yards existing gran- 
ite block paving relaid, 
grout joints, including 
concrete base, @ $1.50, 12 00 

1,778 square yards concrete base, 
bituminous concrete bin- 
der and asphalt wearing 
surface furnished and 
laid @ $2.12 . . . 3,769 36 

5,912 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks furnished and 
laid @ 10|c. ... 620 76 

114 square feet artificial stone 
driveways furnished and 
laid @ 12Jc. ... 14 25 

3 covers reset @ $3 . . 9 00 

Extra work — Omit the 
hauling and setting of 
straight edgestone and 
substitute the furnishing 
and setting of same: 
362 linear feet straight edge- 
stone furnished and set 

@ 97c 351 14 

Extra work — Furnish, 
place and seed loam 
spaces : 

1 day, foreman, @ $5 . . 5 00 

2 days' labor @ %2 . . 4 00 
Plus 15 per cent on $9 . 1 35 

63 square yards loam spaces 
furnished, placed and 
seeded @ $1 . . . 63 00 

Extra work — Reconstruct 
tar concrete sidewalk on 
Orchard street: 
150| square feet tar concrete 
sidewalk furnished and 
laid @ 12c. ... 18 06 



5,459 41 

$5,773 93 



Public Works Department. 



271 



Deering road, from Blue Hill avenue to Harvard street. Length, 1,410 
linear feet. Area, 4,140 square yards. Asphalt macadam roadway 
constructed, edgestone set, flagging crosswalks laid and artificial stone 
sidewalks constructed. 



Engineering 




$160 51 


Inspection 




308 00 


Engineering expense . 




10 00 


Advertising 




5 20 


Flagging, 97 feet 




69 84 


Edgestone, 1,650 feet 2 inches straight, 4 small 




corners and 175 feet 8| inches circular 


1,301 16 


Labor, edgestone excavating 




21 00 


Labor, edgestone setting 




15 00 


Labor, handling stock 




26 68 


Amount paid J. C. Coleman & Sons Company, 




under contract: 






Removing trees, bushes. 






etc 


$1 00 




2,794 cubic yards earth exca- 






vation @ 48c. 


1,341 12 




50 cubic yards water box 






excavation @ $1 


50 00 




9| cubic yards rock excava- 






tion @ $2 . 


19 00 




1,638 linear feet straight edge- 






stone and corners 






hauled and set @. 20c., 


327 60 




179 linear feet circular edge- 






stone set @ 15c. . 


26 85 




903 linear feet existing edge- 






stone reset @ 12c. . 


108 36 




584 linear feet crushed stone 






and concrete founda- 






tion furnished and 






placed @ 30c. 


175 20 




41 square j^ards existing 






granite block paving 






relaid @ 40c. 


16 40 




23 square yards flagging 






crossw^alks hauled and 






laid @ $1 . 


23 00 




4,232 square yards bituminous 






macadam surface fur- 






nished and placed @ 






72c 


3,047 04 




13,670 square feet artificial stone 






sidewalks fm-nished and 






laid @ 13c. . 


1,777 10 




166 square feet artificial stone 






driveways furnished 






and laid @ 13c. . 


21 58 




14 covers reset @ $3 . 


42 00 




Extra work — Furnish 






and apply one half gal- 






lon asphalt per square 






yard in addition to 






amount specified in 






contract : 






2,116 gallons extra Bermudez 






asphalt furnished and 






apphed @ 24c. . 


507 84 


7,484 09 







),401 48 



272 City Document No. 26. 

Dempster street, from Ruggles street to Halleck street. Length, 812 linear 
feet. Area, 2,924 square yards. Edgestone set, Hassam block pave- 
ment laid. Artificial stone sidewalks laid on west side from Ruggles 
street to bend; the rest of sidewalks with brick. Concrete wall built 
on both sides near Ruggles street. 



Edgestone 






$216 34 


Inspection 






103 03 


Engineering expense .... 






4 35 


Advertising 






8 06 


Edgestone, 946 feet 7 inches straight, 14 small 




corners and 50 feet 8 inches circular . 




723 79 


Bricks, 28,500 sidewalk 






331 95 


Labor, handling stock 






4 15 


Amount paid to Simpson Brothers 


Corpora- 




tion, under contract: 








563 cubic yards earth excava- 








tion @ 60c. . 


$337 80 




55 cubic yards filling fur- 








nished @ 80c. 


44 


00 




930 linear feet straight edge- 








stone and corners 








hauled and set @ 25c. . 


232 


50 




52 linear feet circular edge- 








stone set @ 20c. . 


10 


40 




196 hnear feet existing edge- 








stone reset @ 15c. 


29 


40 




102 square yards existing gran- 








ite block paving relaid, 








gravel joints, @ 50c. . 


51 


00 




2,822 square yards Hassam 








block pavement fur- 








nished and laid, includ- 








ing concrete base, @ 








$2.95 .... 


8,324 90 




598 square yards brick side- 








walks laid @ 40c. 


239 


20 




44 square yards brick side- 








walks relaid @ 32c. 


14 08 




1,018 square feet artificial stone 








sidewalks furnished and 








laid @ 16c. . 


162 


88 




13 covers reset @ $3 . 


39 


00 




Concrete walls and fence 








built .... 


330 


00 




Extra work — Relocate 








driveway where di- 








rected : 








3 hours, paver, @ 62Jc. 


1 


88 




3 hours, rammer, @ 31ic. . 




94 




12 hours' labor @ 25c. . 


3 


00 




Plus 15 per cent on $5.82 . 




87 




Extra work — cut sheet 








piling over sewer trench : 








8 hours' labor @ 25c. . 


2 


00 




Plus 15 per cent on $2 




30 





Carried forward . . . $9,824 15 $1,391 67 



Public Works Department. 

59,824 15 $1,391 67 



273 



Brought forward 

Extra work — Furnish 
and lay concrete back- 
ing at entrances: 
15 . 4 square yards concrete 
backing furnished and 
laid @ $1 



Credit: Flagging (old) 



15 40 



9,839 55 

11,231 22 
9 00 



11,222 22 



Dorchester avenue, at Adams street. (Work done in 1914.) 



Advertising 
Sand 
Gravel . 



$2 64 
18 72 
30 38 



Downer avenue, extended to Sawyer avenue. (Work not started.) 

Engineering $58 75 

Engineering expense 90 



$51 74 



$59 65 



Dunlap street, from Washmgton street to Whitfield street. Length, 804 
linear feet. Area, 2,658 square yards. Roadway paved with asphalt 
on a six (6) inch concrete base by contract, edgestone set and concrete 
base laid by division forces. (Work unfinished.) 



Engineering .... 

Inspection .... 

Engineering expense . 

Advertising 

Edgestone, 819 feet 7 inches straight and 2 
small corners . 

Crushed stone, 75 tons 

Cement, 34 barrels 

Gravel, 3J cubic yards 

Lumber .... 

Teaming .... 

Steam roller 

Labor, edgestone excavating 

Labor, edgestone setting . 

Gravel 

Labor, handling stock 

Labor, excavating roadway 

Labor, mixing concrete 

Labor, repaving blocks 

Amount paid WilUam J. Rafferty & Co., 
under contract: 

1,759 square yards bituminous 
concrete binder and as- 
phalt wearing surface 
furnished and laid @ 
$1-53 .... $2,691 27 
Less 5 per cent retained . 134 56 



$106 63 

42 00 

1 30 

1 87 

457 55 
89 70 
55 69 

3 43 
64 

636 35 
214 50 
508 00 
157 00 

4 40 
14 61 

722 30 

473 94 

6 00 



Labor on crushed stone walks 
Labor on crosswalks 
Labor, making templates 



2,556 71 

34 42 

12 00 

8 25 



3,107 29 



274 City Document No. 26. 

Dunster road, from Centre street to Pond street. (Work not started.) 

Engineering $98 85 

Engineering expense 70 

Advertising 4 27 

103 82 

Edgemont street, from South street to Ainsworth street. Length, 512 linear 
feet. Area, 1,479 square yards. Tar macadam roadway constructed, 
edgestone set, gutters paved and artificial stone sidewalks constructed. 



Engineering 




$8 60 


Engineering expense . 




20 


Advertising 




5 00 


Amount paid Martino DeMatteo, 


under con- 




tract : 






Removing trees, etc. 


$0 00 




802 cubic yards earth excava- 






tion @ 40c. . 


320 00 




5 cubic yards rock excava- 






tion @ 00c. . 


00 




962 linear feet straight edge- 






stone and corners hauled 






and set @ 29c. 


278 98 




56 linear feet existing edge- 






stone reset @ 13c. 


7 28 




320 square yards granite block 






paving haiiled and laid 






@ 70c 


224 00 




27 square yards existing gran- 






ite block paving relaid 






@ 30c. . . . 


8 10 




11 square yards existing flag- 






ging crosswalks relaid 






@ 11.10 .... 


12 10 




1,124 square yards bituminous 






macadam surface fur- 






nished and placed (tar 






binder) @ 70c. 


786 80 




6,362 square feet artificial stone 






sidewalks furnished and 






laid @ 13ic. . 


858 87 




54 square feet artificial stone 






driveways fm-nished and 






laid @ 14c. . 


7 56 




6 covers reset @ $3 . 


18 00 


2,522 49 







^,536 29 

Elgin street, from Centre street to West Roxbury Branch Railroad. Length, 
598 linear feet. Area, 1,728 square yards. Roadway paved with 
asphalt on a six (6) inch concrete base. Edgestone set and artificial 
stone sidewalks constructed. (Work unfinished.) 

$187 97 
84 27 



3 65 
6 50 

84 



Engineering . 

Inspection . 
Engineering expense 
Advertising . 

Lumber 

Edgestone, 342 feet 3 inches straight, 57 feet 

7 inches circular, 6 large and 2 small corners, 271 67 

Labor, making templets 5 50 

Labor, handling stock 4 33 

Carried forward .'- $563 73 



Public Woeks Department. 275 

Brought forward |563 73 

Amount paid to Charles J. Jacobs Company, 
vmder contract: 

Removing trees, bushes, 

etc $50 00 

1,212 cubic yards earth exca- 
vation @ 30c. . . 363 60 
102 cubic yards rock excava- 
tion @ $5 . . . 510 00 
365 linear feet straight edge- 
stone and corners hauled 
and set @ 20c. . . 73 00 
59 Unear feet circular edge- 
stone set @ 15c. . . 8 85 
1,780 square yards concrete base, 
bituminous concrete bin- 
der and asphalt wearing 
surface furnished and 
laid @ $2.23. . . 3,969 40 
7,090 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks furnished and 
laid @ 10c. . . 709 00 
173 square feet artificial stone 
driveways furnished and 
laid @ 12c. ... 20 76 
10 covers reset® $3 . . 30 00 
Extra work — Omit the 
hauling and setting of 
about 700 feet of 
straight edgestone and 
substitute the furnish- 
ing and setting of same : 
749 linear feet straight edge- 
stone furnished and set 

@ 97c 726 53 

Extra work — Relay pav- 
ing and set edgestone at 
approach to railroad : 

1 dav, paver, @ $5 . . 5 00 

2 days' labor @ $2 . . 4 00 
Plus 15 per cent on $9 . 1 35 
Extra work — Grade 

approaches at Centre 

and Hillcrest streets : 
1^ days' labor @ $2 . . 3 00 

Plus 15 per cent on $3 . 45 

Extra work — Omit the 

hauling and lajdng of 

granite block paving 

on concrete base, grout 

joints, and substitute 

the relaying of same on 

concrete base, grout 

joints: 
14 square yards existing gran- 
ite block paving relaid, 

on concrete base, grout 

joints, @ $1.50 . . 21 00 



$6,495 94 
Amount retained . . 100 00 



6,395 94 
$6,959 67 



276 



City Document No. 26. 



Epping street, from Norfolk street to Washington street. (Work not 
started.) 



Engineering . 
Engineering expense 



S41 75 
45 



$42 20 



Eric avenue, from Savin Hill avenue northerly. (Work not started.) 
Engineering S32 50 



Engineering expense 50 

Advertising 1 66 



$34 66 



Everton street, from Geneva avenue to Olney street. 

Engineering 

Engineering expense 



(Work not started.) 
$92 50 
1 05 
$93 55 



Fdbyan street, from Blue HUl avenue to Harvard street. Length, 712 
Unear feet. Area, 2,057 square yards. Roadway paved with asphalt 
on a 6-inch concrete base, edgestone set and artificial stone sidewalks 
constructed. 

Engineering .... 

Inspection .... 

Engineering expense . 

Edgestone, 1,124 feet straight and 118 feet 

circular .... 
Flagging, 119 feet 4 inches 
Crushed stone 
Tar binder, 100 gallons 
Teaming .... 
Labor, making templets 
Labor on crosswalks . 
Labor, handling stock 
Advertising .... 



Credit: Blocks, 350 old granite 

Amoimt paid Martino DeMatteo, under con- 
tract : 
1,042 cubic yards earth excava- 
tion @ 60c. . . . $625 20 
1.1 cubic yards water box ex- • 

cavation (^ Ic. . . 01 

11 cubic yards rock excava- 
tion @ $5 . . . 55 00 
1,134 linear feet straight edge- 
stone hauled and set @ 

25c 283 50 

115 linear feet circular edge- 
stone set @ 15c. . . 17 25 
198 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 00 . . 00 
18 square yards existing 
gram'te block paving re- 
laid @ 50c. ... 9 00 



$77 70 


203 


00 


4 


55 


869 


69 


86 


88 


20 07 


8 


00 


5 


00 


5 


50 


10 


00 


18 


49 


8 


89 



L,317 77 
7 00 

L,310 77 



Carried forward 



96 $1,310 77 



Public Works Department. 277 

Brought forward . . . $989 96 $1,310 77 

24 square yards granite block 
paving hauled and laid, 
grout joints, including 
concrete base, @ 25c. . 6 00 

26 square yards flagging 
crosswalks hauled and 
laid, grout joints, includ- 
ing concrete base, @ 
$1.25 .... 32 50 

1,996 square yards concrete base 
and bituminous con- 
crete binder and asphalt 
wearing surface fur- 
nished and laid @ $1.95, 3,892 20 
8,938 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks furnished and 
laid @ 14c. . . . 1,251 32 

9 covers reset @ $3 . . 27 00 

6,199 08 

$7,509 85 



Fernboro street, from Lawrence avenue to Intervale street. (Work not 
started.) 

Engineering $78 12 

Engineering expense 40 

Advertising 1 66 

$80 18 



90 07 


1 10 


6 25 


39 60 


;98 19 


12 00 


6 90 



Fletch er street, from Centre street to Montclair avenue. Length, 268 linear 
feet. Area, 774 square yards. Tar macadam roadway constructed, 
edgestone set, flagging crosswalks laid and artificial stone sidewalks 
constructed. 
Engineering . 
Inspection 
Engineering expense 
Advertising . 
Flagging, 55 feet 
Edgestone, 480 feet 9 inches straight and 18 

feet 10 inches circular 

Blocks, 600 old granite 

Labor, handling stock 

Amount paid to Charles J. Jacobs Company, 
under contract: 

Removing trees, bushes, 

etc. ..... $0 00 

90 cubic yards excavation @ 

40c. ..... 36 00 

198 cubic yards filling fur- 
nished @ 30c. . . 59 40 
486 linear feet straight edge- 
stone and corners hauled 
and set @ 22c. . . 106 92 
19 linear feet circular edge- 
stone set @ 15c. . . 2 85 
12 square yards granite block 
paving hauled and laid 
@ 60c. .... 7 20 

7 square yards existing 
granite block paving 
relaid @ 40c. . . 2 80 



Carried forward . . . $115 17 $493 32 



278 



City Document No. 26. 



Brought forward . . _ . 
12 square yards flagging 
crosswalks hauled and 
laid @ 60c. . 
818 square yards bitiiminous 
macadam surface fur- 
nished and placed (tar 
binder) @ 60c. . 
3,330 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks furnished and 
laid @ lie. . 
2 covers reset @ $3 . 
Extra work — ■ Regulate 
1 sewer manhole over 6 
inches: 
1 manhole reset @ $5 . 



$115 17 
7 20 

490 80 



366 30 
6 00 



5 00 



$493 32 



1,090 47 



$1,583 79 



Fordham road, from Commonwealth avenue to Brighton avenue. (Work 
not started.) 

Engineering $62 18 



Frankfort street, from Neptune road to Bennington street. Length, 947 
linear feet. Area, 3,847 square yards. Asphalt macadam roadway 
constructed, new edgestone set, flagging crosswalks laid and brick 
sidewalks laid. 

Engineering . 

Inspection . 

Engineering expense 

Advertising . 

Edgestone, 635 feet 3 inches straight, 2 small 
corners and 36 feet 1 inch circular 

Flagging, 253 feet 9 inches 

Blocks, 530 old crossing and 400 old paving 

Bricks, 63,685 sidewalk 

Sand, 2 cubic yards 

Cement, 5 barrels 

Lumber 

Nails .... 

Labor, handling stock 

Teaming 

Labor, building retaining wall 

Amount paid Martino DeMatteo, under con 
tract : 

Removing trees, bushes, 

etc 

269 cubic yards earth excava- 
tion @ 40c. . 

1,542 cubic yards filling fur- 
nished @ 86c. 

1,533 hnear feet straight edge- 
stone hauled and set @ 
29c. . . 

37 Unear feet circvilar edge- 
stone set @, 15c. . 
173 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 15c. 



$46 83 


185 50 


4 68 


5 75 
1 


463 25 


141 24 


74 25 


738 71 


2 26 


8 26 


3 60 


33 


2 77 


37 50 


181 14 



$1 00 

107 60 

1,326 12 



444 57 
5 55 



25 95 



Carried forward 



$1,910 79 



[,896 07 



Public Works Department. 279 

Brought forward ._ . . $1,910 79 $1,896 07 
42 square yards granite block 
paving hauled and laid 
@ $1 . . • . ■ ■ 42 00 

3 square yards existing gran- 

ite block paving relaid 

@ 40c 1 20 

35 square yards flagging 
crosswalks hauled and 
laid @ $1 . . . 35 00 

3,437 square yards bituminous 
macadam surface fur- 
nished and placed (as- 
phalt binder ) @ 92c. . 3,162 00 

1,381 square yards brick side- 
walks laid @ 27c. . 372 87 
16 square yards existing brick 

sidewalks relaid @ 32c., 5 12 

4 covers reset @ $3 . . 12 00 
Extra work — Raise 4 

manholes more than 6 
inches : 
4 manholes raised . . 30 00 



$5,571 02 
Less amount paid in 1914, 624 83 



4,946 19 
$6,842 26 



Gaffney street, from Commonwealth avenue to Boston & Albany Railroad. 
(Work not started.) 

Engineering $86 61 

Engineering expense 1 50 

Advertising 2 16 

$90 27 

Gayland street, West Cottage street to Judson street. (Work done in 1914.) 
Engineering expense $0 30 

Glencoe street, from North Beacon street to Garden street. (Work not 
started.) 

Engineering $8^00 

Glendower road, from Kittredge street to Poplar street. Length, 1,925 
linear feet. Area, 8,600 square yards. Roadway paved with asphalt 
on a 6-inch concrete base, edgestone set, part on crushed stone founda- 
tion, and artificial stone sidewalks constructed. (Work unfinished.) 

Engineering 

Inspection 

Engineering expense 

Advertising 

Edgestone, 2,456 feet 6 inches straight, 37 feet 
8 inches circular and 8 small corners . 

Lumber 

Labor, making templets 

Labor, handling stock 

Teaming 

Carried forward $2,104 57 



$323 38 


192 


50 


5 


80 


9 


70 


1,527 


90 


1 


80 


11 


00 


29 


99 


2 


50 



280 City Document No. 26. 

2,104 57 



Brought forward 




Amount paid Charles J. Jacobs 


Company, 


under contract: 




1,525 cubic yards earth excava- 




tion @ 40c. . 


$610 00 


2,018 linear feet straight edge- 




stone andcorners 




hauled and set @ 19c., 


383 42 


19 linear feet circular edge- 




stone set @ 15c. . 


2 85 


330 linear feet crushed stone 




and concrete founda- 




tion fiirnished and 




placed @ 14c. 


46 20 


6 square yards existing 




granite block paving 




relaid @ 40c. 


2 40 


2,604 square yards concrete 




base, bituminous con- 




crete binder and as- 




phalt wearing surface 




fm-nished and laid @ 




$2.13 . ... 


'5,546 52 


12,804 square feet artificial stone 




sidewalks furnished 




and laid @, 10c. . 


1,280 40 


115 square feet artificial stone 




driveways furnished 




and laid @ 12c. . 


13 80 


8 covers reset @ $3 . 


24 00 




$7,909 59 


Less 5 per cent retained, 


395 48 



7,514 11 
$9,618 68 



Gove street. 



Engineering $934 85 

Advertising 5 86 

Amount paid E. S. Butterfield, under contract: 
Building foundation for footbridge (final 

payment not made) 731 00 



$1,671 71 



Grace street, from Walton street to Roslin street. Length, 315 linear feet. 
Area, 910 square yards. Roadway paved with bitulithic on a 6-inch 
concrete base, edgestone set, flagging crosswalks laid and artificial 
stone sidewalks constructed. 



Engineering 


$92 87 


Inspection 


52 50 


Engineering expense 


3 35 


Advertising 


6 25 


Edgestone, 570 feet 1 inch straight, 28 feet 




5 inch circular and 4 small corners 


373 33 


Flagging, 11 feet 


3 96 


Lumber for templets 


3 25 


Labor, making templets 


8 25 


Labor, handhng stock 


8 75 



Carried forward $552 51 



Public Works Department. 281 

Brought forward ._ $552 51 

Amount paid D. M. Biggs & Co., under con- 
tract: 

Removing trees, bushes, 

etc $5 00 

325 cubic yards earth excava- 
tion @ 55c. ... 178 75 
5| cubic yards water box 

excavation @ $1.50 . 8 25 

583 linear feet straight edge- 
stone and corners 
hauled and set @ 20c., 116 60 

29 linear feet circular edge- 
stone set @ 15c. . . 4 35 
78 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 12c. . 9 36 
19 square yards existing 
granite block paving re- 
laid, gravel joints, @ 
50c. .... 9 50 
17 square yards existing 
granite block paving re- 
laid, grout joints, in- 
cluding concrete base, 
@$1.25 .... 21 25 

2 square yards flagging 

crosswalks hauled and 

laid, grout joints, in- 
cluding concrete base, 

@ $1.75 . ... 3 50 

21 square yards existing 

flagging crosswalks re- 

1 a i d, grout joints, 

including concrete base, 

@ $1.50 .... 31 50 

873 square yards concrete base 

and bitulithic wearing 

surface furnished and 

laid @ $2.35 . . . 2,051 55 

7 square yards existing 

brick sidewalks relaid @ 

25c. • . ■ . • • 1 75 

3,729 square feet artificial stone 

sidewalks furnished and 

laid @ 10c. . . . 372 90 

112 square feet artificial stone 

di'iveways furnished and 

laid @ 12c. ... 13 44 

3 covers reset @ $3 . . 9 00 

2,836 70 

$3,389 21 

Chranada avenue, from Metropolitan avenue to Ethel street. (Work not 
started.) 

Engineering $11 50 

Greenleaf street, from Leon street to Huntington avenue. Length, 350 
linear feet. Area, 1,044 square yards. Filling placed, edgestone set 
on north side and reset on south side, roadway paved with granite 
on 6-inch concrete base, retaining wall built on south side, artificial 
stone walks on south side, brick sidewalks on north side. 



282 



City Document No. 26. 



Engineering . 
Inspection . . . 
Engineering expense . 
Advertising . 
Flagging, 44 feet 4 inches 
Bricks, 11,750 
Labor, handling stock 
Amount paid John F. Beatty, under 
101 cubic yards earth excava- 
tion @ 43c. . 
311 cubic yards fiUing fur- 
nished and placed @ 
10c. .... 

357 linear feet straight edge- 
stone and corners 
hauled and set @ 19c., 
354 linear feet existing straight 
edgestone reset @ 14c., 
23 s q u a r e yards existing 
granite block paving re- 
laid, gravel joints, @ 

43c 

988 square yards granite block 
paving fm-nished and 
laid, pitch joints, in- 
cluding concrete base, 
@ S3.09 .... 
7 square yards existing 
granite block paving re- 
laid, pitch joints, in- 
cluding concrete base, 
@ $1.43 .... 
2 square yards granite 
bio c k paving relaid, 
pitch joints, on existing 
concrete base @ 79c., 
23 square yards flagging 
crosswalks hauled and 
laid, pitch joints, in- 
cluding concrete base, 
@ $1.43 .... 
1 square yard flagging 
crosswalks relaid, pitch 
joints, on existing con- 
crete base @ 80c. . 
242 square yards brick side- 
walks laid @ 25c. . 
41 square yards existing brick 
sidewalks relaid @ 25c., 
1,841 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks furnished and 
laid @ 13c. . ... 
6 covers reset @ $3 . 
Concrete retaining wall 
and fence built 



Less amount paid in 1914, 





$50 13 




8 31 




1 60 




8 79 




32 58 




136 20 




66 


contract : 




$43 43 





31 10 

67 83 
49 56 

9 89 

3,052 92 

10 01 



1 58 



32 89 



80 


60 50 


10 25 


239 33 
18 00 


900 00 


$4,528 09 
929 47 



3,598 62 



$3,836 89 



Public Works Department. 



283 



Halifax street, from South Huntington avenue to Pond View avenue. 
(Work not started.) 
Engineering . . ." . . . . $43 85 

Expense 50 

S44 35 



edge- 



$5 00 
175 45 



9 00 



76 58 
2 76 
9 20 



6 00 



4 40 



1,990 90 



302 39 



19 44 
15 00 



$104 87 


31 


50 


1 


50 


6 


25 


342 


32 


3 


26 


8 


25 


8 63 



Hamlet street, from Columbia road to Belden street. Length, 420 Unear 
feet. Area, 933 square yards. Roadway paved with asphalt on a 
6-inch concrete base, edgestone set and reset, flagging crosswalks 
relaid and artificial stone sidewalks constructed. 
Engineering . 
Inspection 
Engineering expense 
Advertising . 
Edgestone, 528 feet straight, 21^ feet circular 

and 6 small corners 
Lumber 

Labor, making templets 
Labor, handling stock 

Amount paid to Central Construction Com 
pany under contract: 

Removing trees, bushes, 

etc 

319 cubic yards earth excava- 
tion @ 55c. . 
9 cubic yards water box ex- 
cavation @ $1 
547 Unear feet straight edge- 
stone and corners hauled 
and set @ 14c. 
23 linear feet circular 
stone set @ 12c. 
92 linear feet existing 
stone reset @ 10c. 
6 square yards existing gran- 
ite block paving relaid, 
grout joints, including 
concrete base, @ $1 

4 square yards existing flag- 

ging crosswalks relaid, 

grout joints, including 

concrete base, @ $1.10 . 
926 square yards concrete base, 

bituminous concrete 

binder and asphalt wear- 
ing surface furnished and 

laid @ $2.15 . 
2,749 square feet artificial stone 

sidewalks furnished and 

laid @ lie. . 
162 square feet artificial stone 

driveways furnished and 

laid @ 12c. . 

5 covers reset @ $3 . 



2,616 12 



5,122 70 



Harvard street, from Morton street to Deering road. Roadway rough 
graded and trees removed. (Work unfinished.) Area, 2,163 square 
yards. 



284 City Document No. 26. 



Engineering . 

Engineering expense 

Advertising . 

Lumber 

Steam roller 

Teaming 

Labor, excavating roadway 

Dynamite . . . . 



$163 55 
2 05 

2 17 

3 48 
52 00 

1,245 00 

3,208 46 

75 



1,677 46 



Harwood street, from Willowwood street to Lucerne street. (Work not 
started.) 



Engineering $43 68 

Engineering expense 50 

Advertising 2 17 



$46 35 



Haslet street, from Amherst street to Metcalf street. Length, 508 linear 
feet. Area, 1,298 square yards. Tar macadam roadway constructed, 
edgestone set and artificial stone sidewalks constructed. 

Engineering $95 97 

Inspection 49 70 

Engineering expense 1 65 

Advertising 5 20 

Edgestone, 37 feet 8 inches straight and 2 

small corners 36 42 

Labor, handling stock 10 

Amount paid to Charles J. Jacobs Company, 
under contract: 

Removing trees, stumps, 

etc $0 00 

351 cubic yards earth excava- 
tion @ 40c. ... 140 40 
38 linear feet circular edge- 
stone set @ 15c. . . 5 70 
22 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 15c. . 3 30 
1,268 square yards bituminous 
macadam roadway fur- 
nished and laid (tar 
macadam) @ 55c. . 697 40 
5,287 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks furnished and 
laid @ lie. ... 581 57 
50 square feet artificial stone 
driveways furnished and 
laid @ 13c. ... 6 50 
Extra work — Omit the 
hauhng and setting of 
straight edgestone and 
substitute the furnishing 
and setting of the same: 
967 Linear feet straight edge- 
stone furnished and set 

@ 97c 937 99 

2,372 86 

$2,561 90 



Public Works Department. 



285 



Helen street, from Talbot avenue to Bernard street. Length, 356 linear feet. 
Area, 1,122 square yards. Roadway paved with asphalt on a 6-inch 
concrete base and artificial stone sidewalks constructed by contract, 
edgestone set, flagging crosswalks laid and concrete base laid by 
division forces. 

Engineering 

Inspection 

Engineering expense . 

Advertising 

Gravel, 18 cubic yards 

Edgestone, 441 feet 6 inches straight and 29 
feet circular .... 

Crushed stone, 208 tons 

Cement, 46 barrels 

Lumber 

Concrete mixer, use of 

Steam roller, picking . 

Teaming 

Labor, making templets 

Labor, handling stock 

Dynamite 

Labor, edgestone excavating 

Labor, edgestone setting . 

Labor, relaying crosswalks 

Labor, mixing concrete and laying 

Labor, excavating roadway 

Amount paid James Doherty, under contract 

1,003 square yards bituminous 
concrete binder and as- 
phalt wearing surface 
furnished and laid @ 
$1.60 . . . . $1,604 80 

3,454 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks furnished and 
laid @ life. ... 405 85 



$97 


05 


21 


00 


2 


10 


6 


37 


17 


64 


284 


53 


249 


75 


201 


03 


8 


51 


59 


63 


32 


50 


537 


37 


8 


25 


6 


78 


2 


25 


250 06 


282 


46 


13 


41 


731 


12 


531 


38 



2,010 65 



$5,353|84 



Henshaw street, at Cambridge street. (Work done in 1914.) 
Engineering expense 



$0 40 



Herbert street, from Park street to West Tremlett street. Length, 357 
Linear feet. Area, 568 square yards. Asphalt macadam roadway 
constructed, edgestone set, flagging crosswalks laid and artificial stone 
sidewalks constructed. 

Engineering 

Inspection 

Engineering expense . 

Advertising 

Edgestone, 640 feet straight, 38 feet 

circular 

Flagging, 25 feet 3 inches . 
Blocks, 300 old granite 
Labor, handling stock 

Amount paid James Doherty, under contract: 
Removing trees, bushes, 

etc $1 00 

327 cubic yards earth excava- 
tion @ 50c. ... 163 50 



8i inches 



$60 19 


85 75 


2 95 


7 70 


466 30 


18 56 


6 00 


9 98 



Carried forward 



$164 50 



$657 43 



286 City Document No. 26. 



Brought forward 


$164 50 $657 4 


32 cubic yards water box ex- 




cavation @ $1 


32 00 


6f cubic yards rock excava- 




tion @ $3 


19 80 


640 linear feet straight edge- 




stone and corners hauled 




and set @ 19c. 


121 60 


38 linear feet circular edge- 




stone set @ 15c. . 


5 70 


208 linear feet existing edge- 




stone reset @ 14c. 


29 12 


5 square yards granite block 




paving hauled and laid 




@ 65c 


3 25 


16 square yards existing gran- 




ite block paving relaid 




@50c 


8 00 


5 square yards flagging cross- 




walks haiiled and laid 




@ 87c 


4 35 


8 square yards existing flag- 




ging crosswalks relaid 




@ 50c 


4 00 


557 square yards bituminous 




macadam surface fur- 




nished and placed 




(asphalt binder) @ 99c., 


551 43 


,979 square feet artificial stone 




sidewalks fiirnished and 




laid® Hie. . . 


227 59 


50 square feet artificial stone 




driveways furnished and 




laid@13|c. . 


6 75 


4 covers reset @ $3 


12 00 




1 ion no 




J.,Xi3VJ \JU 



,847 52 



Bill Top street, from Granite avenue to Hallet street. Length, 1940 linear 
feet. Filled and rough graded; 1,060 cubic yards filhng used and 
2,403 cubic yards graded. 

Engineering . 

Engineering expense . 

Advertising . 

Filling, 1,060 cubic yards 

Lumber 

Steam roller . 

Teaming 

Labor, filling and cutting brook 

Labor, rough grading . 



Homestead street, from Elm Hill avenue to Humboldt avenue 
started.) 

Engineering 

Engineering expense . . • . 

Advertising 



$296 26 




2 85 




1 75 




530 00 




5 10 




110 50 




633 50 




602 05 




1,091 51 






$3,273 52 


t avenue. 


(Work not 


$62 53 




1 05 




1 85 






$65 43 





Public Works Department. 



287 



Houston street, from Mont view street to Crest street, 
but final payment not Inade until 1915.) 



(Work done in 1914, 



Advertising 




$4 20 


Amount paid to Martino De 






Matteo, under contract . 


$1,819 13 




Less amount paid in 1914 . 


1,535 63 


283 50 



$287 70 



Hillcrest street, Elgin street to Temple street. Length, 261 linear feet. 
Area, 754 square yards. Earth and rock excavation. 

Engineering $44 11 

Inspection , . 63 00 

Engineering expense 1 25 

Advertising 3 85 

Amount paid T. Ross & Son, under contract: 
1,456 cubic yards earth excava- 
tion @ 33c. . . . $480 48 
10 cubic yards rock excava- 
tion @ $1.10 ... 11 00 



491 48 



$603 69 



Hopestill street, from Aspinwall road to Southern avenue. Length, 316 
linear feet. Area, 913 square yards. Edgestone reset, roadway paved 
with asphalt on a 6-inch concrete base and artificial stone sidewalks 
constructed. 



Engineering 


$56 49 


Inspection 


36 75 


Engineering expense 


80 


Advertising 


6 55 


Edgestone, 137 feet straight and 2 small 




corners 


99 20 


Lumber for templets 


2 61 


Labor, making templets 


11 00 


Labor, handling stock 


24 




$213 64 


Credit: Blocks, old granite .... 


3 25 



Amount paid Charles J. Jacobs Company, 
under contract: 
1| cubic yards water box ex- 
cavation @ $1.50 . . $2 25 
140 linear feet straight edgestone 
and corners hauled and 
set @ 22c. ... 30 80 
6 hnear feet existing edgestone 

reset @ 15c. ... 90 

872 square yards concrete base, 
bituminous concrete bind- 
er and asphalt wearing 
siu-face furnished and laid 
@$2.43 . . . . 



Carried forward 



2,118 96 
12,152 91 



$210 39 



$210 39 



* Done in connection with Temple street. 



288 



City Document No. 26. 



Brought forward 


$2,152 91 


742 square feet artificial stone 




sidewalks furnished and 




laid @ 15c. 


111 30 


5 covers reset @ $3 


15 00 


Extra work — Break out 




enough of the existing arti- 




ficial stone sidewalks to 




put in a new driveway at 




No. 5: 




3 hours' labor @ 25c. 


75 


2 hours, stonecutter, @ 62|c. . 


1 25 


Plus 15 per cent on $2 


30 


Extra work — Remove 




cinders in sidewalk and 




set frames for a 4-foot 




6-inch strip walk: 




4 hom-s, foreman, @ 62|c. . 


2 50 


4 hours, finisher, @ 50c. 


2 00 


24 hours' labor @ 25c. . 


6 00 


Plus 15 per cent on $10.50 . 


1 58 


4 hours, double team, @ 75c. 


3 00 



$210 39 



2,296 59 



$2,506 98 



Howitt road, from Bellevue street to La Grange street. Length, 908 linear 
feet. Area, 2,524 square yards. Tar macadam roadway constructed, 
edgestone set, flagging crosswalks laid and artificial stone sidewalks 
constructed. 



Engineering . 

Inspection 

Engineering expense . 

Advertising . 

Labor, handling stock 

Edgestone, 1,717 feet 6 inches straight, 75 

feet 4 inches circular and 2 smaU corners 
Flagging, 220 feet 10 inches 
Blocks, 1,700 old granite .... 



$173 22 

81 25 

2 75 

5 95 

25 98 

1,079 73 

159 00 

34 00 







$1,561 88 


Credit: Old crossing blocks 




3 75 




$1,558 13 


Amoimt paid to Charles J. Jacobs Company, 




under contract: 






Removing trees, bushes, 






etc. .... 


$10 00 




1,390 cubic yards earth excava- 






tion @ 40c. . 


556 00 




1,725 linear feet straight edge- 






stone and corners hauled 






and set @ 22c. 


379 50 




77 linear feet circular edge- 






stone set @ 15c. . 


11 55 




48 square yards granite block 






paving hauled and laid 






@ 60c 


28 80 





Carried forward 



$985 85 $1,558 13 



Public Works Department. 



289 



Brought forward 
15 square yards existing gran- 
ite block paving relaid 

@ 50c 

47 square yards flagging 
crosswalks hauled and 
laid @ 60c. . 
2,697 square yards bituminous 
macadam surface fur- 
nished and placed (tar 
binder) @ 60c. 
8,103 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks furnished and 
laid @ lie. . 
55 square feet artificial stone 
driveways furnished and 
laid @ 13c. . 
Extra work — Remove tree : 
1 tree removed @ $10 
Extra work — Omit arti- 
ficial stone sidewalks 
where directed and sub- 
stitute loam spaces: 
325 square yards loam space 
furnished, placed and 
seeded @ $1 . 



$985 85 


$1,558 13 


7 50 




28 20 




1,618 20 




891 33 




7 15 




10 00 





325 00 



3,873 23 



,431 36 



Howland street, from Harold street about 428 feet easterly. Length, 425 
Unear feet. Area, 1,253 square yards. Edgestone set, street sub- 
graded. Bitulithic pavement laid on 6-inch concrete base and arti- 
ficial stone sidewalks laid. 

Engineering . 
Inspection 
Engineering expense . 

Advertising 

Edgestone, 846 feet 1 inch straight 
Flagging, 54 feet 
Bricks, 700 . 
Blocks, 200 old granite 
Lumber 

Labor, making templets 
Labor, handling stock 
Teaming 

Amount paid to John F. Beatty, under 
contract : 

3 J cubic yards water box ex- 
cavation @ $1 . . $3 50 
1| cubic yards rock excava- 
tion @ $2 . . . 3 00 
846 linear feet straight edge- 
stone and corners hauled 
and set @ 19c. . . 160 74 
36 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 14c. . 5 04 
14 square yards existing gran- 
ite block paving relaid, 
gravel joints, @ 43c. . 6 02 







$64 54 






84 44 






6 75 






8 88 






493 55 






39 69 






8 12 






4 00 






2 61 






8 25 






14 03 






1 25 



Carried forward 



$178 30 



$734 31 



290 City Document No. 26. 



Brought forward . . $178 30 $734 31 

5 square yards granite block 
paving hauled and laid, 
grout joints, @ $1.45 . 7 25 

3 square yards existing gran- 
ite block paving relaid, 
grout joints, @ $1.33 . 3 99 

12 square yards flagging 
crosswalks hauled and 
laid, grout joints, @ 
$1.63 .... 19 56 

1,219 square yards concrete base 
and bitulithic wearing 
surface furnished and 
laid @ $2.52 . . . 3,071 88 

38 square yards existing 
brick sidewalks relaid 
@ 25c. ... . 9 50 

5,287 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks furnished and 
laid @ 13^c. ... 713 75 

5 covers reset @ $3 . . 15 00 

Allowance for delay under 
Article 8 of contract: 
7 days, watchman, @ $2.50, . 17 50 

Extra work — Cut founda- 
tion wall: 
Cutting wall ... 7 00 

Extra work — ■ Backfill 
and frame around tree 
pits: 
78 hours' labor @ 25c. . . 19 50 

Plus 15 per cent on $19.50, 2 93 



4,066 16 
$4,802 27 



Hubert street, from Shawmut avenue to Westminster street. (Work not 
started.) 



Engineering $36 50 

Advertising 1 75 



$38 25 



Idlewild street, from Commonwealth avenue to Brainerd road. Length, 
384 hnear feet. Area, 1,111 square yards. Edgestone set, street sub- 
graded, roadway paved with bitulithic pavement on a 6-inch concrete 
base, crosswalks and artificial stone sidewalks were laid. 

Engineering $69 55 

Inspection 49 00 

Engineering expense 2 30 

Advertising 5 95 

Edgestone, 733 feet 5 inches straight, 6 small 

corners and 25 feet circular .... 473 57 

Flagging, 101 feet 5 inches .... 73 02 

Blocks, 1,250 25 00 

Lumber 1 26 

Labor, making templets 5 50 

Labor, handling stock 8 20 

Carried forward $673 35 



Public Works Department. 291 

Brought forward S673 85 

Amount paid Charles J. Jacobs Company, 
under contract: 

Removing trees, bushes, etc., $0 00 

517 cubic yards earth excava- 
tion @ 50c. ... 258 50 
738 hnear feet straight edge- 
stone and corners hauled 
and set @ 22c. . . 162 36 

25 linear feet circular edge- 

stone set @, 15c. . . 3 75 

11 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 15c. . 1 65 

19 square yards granite block 
paving hauled and laid, 
grout joints, including 
concrete base, @ $1.50, 28 50 

10 square yards existing gran- 
ite block paving relaid, 
grout joints, including 
concrete base, @ $1.40, 14 00 

26 square yards flagging cross- 

walks hauled and laid, 
grout joints, including 
concrete base, @ $1.50, 39 00 

7 square yards existing flag- 
ging crosswalks relaid, 
grout joints, including 
concrete base, @ $1.40, 9 80 

1,049 square yards concrete base 
and bitulitliic wearing 
surface furnished and 
laid @ $2.13 . . . 2,234 37 

4,121 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks furnished and 
laid @ 10c. ... 412 10 

7 covers reset @ $3 . . 21 00 

3,185 03 

$3,898 38 



Intervale street, from Columbia road to Normandy street. Length, 1,370 
linear feet. Area, 3,958 square yards. Roadway constructed with 
tar macadam, edgestone set and reset, block gutters repaved, flagging 
crosswalks relaid and artificial stone sidewalks constructed. 



Engineering .... 

Inspection .... 

Engineering expense . 

Advertising .... 

Edgestone, 1,850 feet straight and 95 feet 

4 inches circular 
Flagging, 288 feet 
Blocks, 100 old granite 
Labor, handling stock 
Amount paid J. C. Coleman & Sons Company, 
under contract: 

Removing trees, bushes, 

etc $10 00 

1,773 cubic yards earth excava- 
tion @ 45c. . . . 797 85 



$203 20 
185 50 

7 65 

8 45 

1,399 73 

207 36 

3 50 

32 41 



Carried forward . . . $807 85 $2,047 80 



292 



City Document No. 26. 



Brought forward 
72 cubic yards rock excava- 
tion @ $4 . 
1,850 linear feet straight edge- 
stone and corners 
hauled and set @ 18c., 
108 Unear feet circular edge- 
stone set @, 15c. 
482 Unear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 12c. 
697 square yards granite 
block paving furnished 
and laid @ $1.95 . 
211 square yards existing 
granite block paving re- 
laid @ 40c. . . . 
62 square yards flagging 
crosswalks hauled and 
laid @ $1 . _ . 
7 square yards existing flag- 
ging crosswalks relaid 

@ 50c 

3,052 square yards bituminous 
naacadam surface fm*- 
nished and placed (tar 
binder) @ 60c. . 
15,300 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks furnished and 
laid @ 12^c. 
21 covers reset @ $3 . 



$807 85 


288 


00 


333 


00 


16 


20 


57 


84 


1,359 


15 


84 


40 


62 


00 


3 


50 



2,047 80 



1,831 20 



1,912 50 
63 00 



6,837 09 



Islington street, from Webster street to Brighton avenue. 
1914.) 

Engineering 



j,884 89 
(Work done in 



$4 50 



* Jewett street, from Neponset avenue to Mt. Hope street. Length, 756 
linear feet. Area, 1,224 square yards. Tar macadam roadway 
constructed, edgestone set, flagging crosswalks laid and artificial stone 
sidewalks constructed. 



Engineering .... 






$18 65 


Inspection .... 






21 00 


Engineering expense . 






80 


Advertising .... 






3 90 


Edgestone, 157 feet straight 






104 34 


Flagging, 51 feet 






36 72 


Blocks, 680 old granite 






13 60 


Labor, handling stock 






1 30 


Amount paid Martino DelV 


[atteo, imde 


[• 


contract : 






Removing trees, bushes 






stumps, etc. . 


$0 Ot 


) 


679 cubic yards earth excava- 


. 




tion @ 35c. . 


237 61 


) 


1,416 linear feet straight edge 






stone and corners 


i 




hauled and set @ 20c. 


283 2( 


) 


Carried forward 


$520 8^ 


) $200 31 



* Done in connection with Philbrick street. 



Public Works Department. 293 



Brought forward . . . $520 85 $200 31 

. 72 linear feet circular edge- 
stone set @ 14c. . . 10 08 
27 square yards granite block 
paving hauled and laid 
@ 69c. . . . . 18 63 
2 square yards existing gran- 
ite block paving relaid, 00 
18 square yards flagging 
crosswalks hauled and 
laid @ $1 . . . 18 00 
1,196 square yards bituminous 
macadam surface fur- 
nished and placed ((tar 
binder) @ 69c. . . 825 24 
4,561 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks furnished and 
laid @ 14fc. . . . 672 75 
117 square feet artificial stone 
driveways furnished and 
laid @ 15c. ... 17 55 
8 covers reset @ $3 . . 24 00 
Extra work — Lower 
manhole over six (6) 
inches: 
2 manholes lowered @ $7.50, 15 00 
Extra work — - Remove 
edgestone aheady set 
and construct driveway 
as directed: 
1 day, edgestone setter. 



$5 

3 days, helper, @ $2.50 
Plus 15 per cent on $12.50, 


5 00 
7 50 

1 88 


1,594 72 




Less amount paid in 1914, 


$2,136 48 
541 76 








$1,795 03 



Jones avenue, from Mascot street to Ballou avenue. Length, 993 hnear 
feet. Area, 4,413 square yards. Edgestone set and reset and arti- 
ficial stone sidewalks constructed. (Work unfinished.) 

Engineering 

Inspection 

Engineering expenses 

Advertising 

Labor, excavating and filling roadway 

Teaming 

Edgestone, 1,151 feet straight, 34 feet circular 

and 8 large and 1 small corners 
Labor, handling stock 



* Juliette street, from Fox street to Homes avenue. Length, 528 linear 
feet. Area, 1,350 square yards. Edgestone reset and block gutters 
repaved by division forces. Artificial stone sidewalks constructed 
by contract. 

* Work done in connection with Percival street. 



$251 73 




75 50 




3 40 




7 17 




90 15 




316 25 




727 22 




12 61 






$1,484 03 





294 



City Document No. 26. 



Engineering . 












$37 42 


Engineering expense . 












40 


Advertising . 












6 31 


Gravel, 65 cubic yards 












63 70 


Lumber 












2 55 


Blocks .... 












00 


Tarvia, 2,104 gallons . 












169 28 


Nails .... 












08 


Crushed stone, 253 tons 












342 94 


Steam roller 












71 50 


Teaming 












412 25 


Labor, employees spreading stone 








101 86 


Labor, employees paving gutters 








58 28 


Labor, employees excavating sidewalks 






195 42 


Labor, employees on fence 






8 50 


Amount paid to William J. Rafferty Compai 


^y 


) 


under contract: 






4,183 square feet artificial stone 






sidewalks furnished and 






laid @ 14fc. . . . $616 99 


23 linear feet artificial stone 






steps furnished and laid 






@ 70c 16 


10 








aoo no 








Doo uy 



J, 103 58 



Kenney street, from Day street 500 feet northerly. Length, 503 linear feet. 
Area, 1,116 square yards. Edgestone set, street subgraded, rock 
removed, roadway paved with asphalt on a 6-inch concrete base, 
artificial stone sidewalks laid, and wooden fence built at end of street. 



Engineering . 
Inspection 

Engineering expense . 
Advertising . 
Teaming 

Edgestone, 943 feet 7 inches straight 
Labor, handling stock 
Amoxmt paid James Doherty, imder contract 
Removing trees, bushes, 

etc $0 01 

475 cubic yards earth excava- 
tion @ 50c. ... 237 50 
69.4 cubic yards rock excava- 
tion @ $3.50 . . . 242 90 
944 linear feet straight edge- 
stone and corners hauled 
and set @ 17c. . . 160 48 
63 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 12c. . 7 56 

4 square yards granite block 

paving relaid, gravel 

joints, @ 35c. . . 1 40 

1,113 square yards concrete base, 

bituminous concrete 

binder and asphalt 

wearing surface fur- 
nished and laid @ $2.18, 2,426 34 
4,322 square feet artificial stone 

sidewalks furnished and 

laid @ 10c. ... 430 20 

5 covers reset @ $3 . . 15 00 



U22 13 

77 00 

3 50 

5 20 

36 

552 00 

14 15 



Carried forward 



5,521 39 



$774 34 



Public Works Department. 295 



Brought forward 


$3,521 39 


$774 34 




90 linear feet wooden fence 








furnished and built @ 








29c 


26 10 






Extra work — Reset Brad- 








ley head catch-basin to 








grade : 








8 hours, mason, @ 62|c. 


5 00 






16 hours' labor @ 25c. . 


4 00 






Plus 15 per cent on $9 . 


1 35 






2 bags cement @ 50c. . 


1 00 


3,560 84 














$4,335 


i§ 


enton road, from Washington street 


easterly. 1 


;Work not started.) 




Engineering 




$42 68 




Engineering expense . 




1 20 








'^A'^ 


88 




#■±0 



Kittredge street, from RosecUfif street to Metropolitan avenue. Length, 
407 linear feet. Area, 1,558 square yards. Tar macadam roadway 
constructed, edgestone set and reset, block gutters repaved, flagging 
crosswalks laid and artificial stone sidewalks constructed. 



Engineering 




$81 36 


Inspection 




96 25 


Engineering expense . 




4 25 


Advertising 




3 00 


Edgestone, 485 feet 11 inches 


straight, 2 




small corners and 54 feet circular 


375 45 


Flagging, 163 feet 2 inches 




119 92 


Blocks, 8,440 old granite . 




168 80 


Amount paid Martino DeMatteo, 


under con- 




tract : 






634 cubic yards earth excava- 






tion @ 38c. . 


$240 92 




3 cubic yards rock excava- 






tion @ $0 00 


00 




728 linear feet straight edge- 






stone and corners hauled 






and set @ 22c. 


160 16 




40 linear feet circular edge- 






stone set @ 14c. . 


5 60 




16 Unear feet existing edge- 






stone reset @ Ic. 


16 




377 linear feet crushed stone 






and concrete foundation 






furnished and placed @ 






14c 


52 78 




283 square yards granite block 






paving hauled and laid 






@70c 


198 10 




3 square yards existing 






granite block paving 






relaid.f 






36 square yards flagging 






crosswalks hauled and 






laid @ $1.10 . 


39 60 




Carried forward 


$694 22 


$849 03 



* Done in connection with Rosecliff street. 
t No price bid for this work. 



296 City Document No. 26. 

Brought forward . . . $694 22 $849 

1,313 square yards bituminous 
macadam furnished and 
placed @ 70c. . . 919 10 

5,626 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks furnished and 
laid @ ]3ic. . . . 759 51 

64 square feet artificial stone 
driveways furnished and 
laid @ 14c. ... 8 96 

7 covers reset @ $3 . . 21 00 

Extra work — Regulate 
sewer manhole: 
1 manhole regulated 

@ $7.50 .... 7 £0 

Extra work — Resurface 
over sewer trench with 
tar macadam: 
I day, foreman, @ $3 . . 1 13 

4J days' labor @ $2.50 . . 10 62 

Plus 15 per cent on $11.75, 1 76 

li days, steam roller, @ $15, 16 88 

f day, double team, @ $6 . 2 25 

11 tons crushed stone @ 

$1.45 .... 15 95 

70 gallons tar binder @ 8c., 5 60 



2,467 58 

$3,316 61 



Kittredge street, from Cornell street to Beech street. (Work not started.) 

Engineering $58 68 

Advertising 1 87 

$60 55 



Kittredge street, from Metropolitan avenue to Cornell street. (Work done 
in 1914.) 

Engineering $5 50 



Langdon street, from Norfolk avenue to George street. (Work done in 
1914.) 

Engineering expense *. $0 30 

Advertising 7 25 

Bricks, 9,000 sidewalk 104 40 

$111 95 



Langley road, from Crescent avenue easterly. (Work not started.) 

Engineering $60 68 

Engineering expense 85 

$61 53 



Leslie street, from Dix street to Centre street. Length, 378 linear feet' 
Area, 1,592 square yards. Roadway paved with asphalt pavement on 
a 6-inch concrete base, edgestone set and artificial stone sidewalks 
constructed. 



Public Works Department. 297 



Engineering 




$37 35 


Inspection 




57 75 


Engineering expense . 




1 35 


Advertising 




9 20 


Edgestone, 41 feet straight and 8 feet 




10| inches circular . 




37 08 


Labor, handling stock 




62 


Amount paid to D. M. Biggs & 


Co., under 




contract : 






Removing trees, bushes, 






etc 


$10 00 




383 cubic yards earth excava- 






tion @ 75c. . 


287 25 




11 cubic yards water box ex- 






cavation @ $2 


22 00 




10 cubic yards rock excava- 






tion @ $5 


50 00 




40 linear feet straight edge- 






stone hauled and set @ 






30c. . . 


12 00 




9 linear feet circular edge- 






stone set @ 25c. . 


2 25 




38 Unear feet existing edge- 






stone reset @ 25c. 


9 50 




5 square yards existing 






granite block paving re- . 






laid, grout joints, includ- 






ing concrete base, @ 






S1.20 .... 


6 00 




1,090 square yards concrete 






base, iDituminous c o n - 






Crete binder and asphalt 






wearing surface f u r - 






nished and laid @ $1.80, 


1^962 00 




633 square feet artificial stone 






sidewalks furnished and 






laid @ 15c. . 


94 95 




8 covers reset @ $3 . 


24 00 




Extra work — Furnish 






stonecutter to reface 






existing edgestone: 






12 hours, stonecutter, @ 62|c. 


7 50 




Plus 15 per cent on $7.50 . 


1 13 


2,488 58 







$2,631 93 



Ldngard street, from Magnolia street to Hartford street. Length, 672 linear 
feet. Area, 1,917 square yards. Edgestone set, street subgraded, 
rock removed, bitulithic pavement laid on 6-inch concrete base, 
artificial stone sidewalks laid where they were not already in. 

Engineering . 

Inspection 

Engineering expense 

Advertising . 

Lumber 

Edgestone, 193 feet straight, 2 small corners 

and 50 feet circular 

Flagging, 150 feet granite 

Carried forward $536 82 



$157 


4t 


91 


00 


3 


30 


6 


72 




90 


165 


01 


112 


44 



298 City Document No. 26. 



Brought forward 
Labor, making templets 
Labor, handling stocks 



Credit: Blocks, 4,000 old granite 



Amount paid James Doherty, under contract : 


Removing trees, bushes, 






etc 


$0 01 


470 cubic yards earth excava- 






tion @ 50c. . 


235 


00 


31 cubic yards rock excava- 






tion @ $4.50 . 


139 


50 


199 Unear feet straight edge- 






stone and corners hauled 






and set @ 16c. 


31 


84 


51 linear feet circular edge- 






stone set @ 13c. . 


6 


63 


12 linear feet existing edge- 






stone reset @ 12c. 


1 


44 


19 square yards existing gran- 






ite block paving relaid. 






gravel joints, @ 40c. . 


7 


60 


38 square yards existing gran- 






ite block paving relaid. 






grout joints, including 






concrete base, @ $1.20, 


45 


60 


32 square yards flagging 






crosswalks hauled and 






laid, grout joints, in- 






cluding concrete base, @ 






$1.30 .... 


41 


60 


19 square yards existing flag- 






ging crosswalks relaid. 






grout joints, including 






concrete base, @ $1.20, 


22 


80 


1,799 square yards concrete base 






and bitulithic wearing 






surface furnished and 






laid @ $2.17 . 


3,903 


83 


3,333 square feet artificial stone 






sidewalks furnished and 






laid @ 10c. . 


333 


30 


12'8 square feet artificial stone 






driveways furnished and 






laid @ 10c. . 


12 


80 


306 linear feet artificial stone 






curb furnished and laid 






@ 50c 


153 


00 


3 covers reset @ $3 . 


9 


00 


Extra work — Grade ap- 






proaches as directed: 






4 hours' labor @ 25c. . 


1 


00 


Plus 15 per cent on $1 




15 


4 hours, double team, @ 75c. 


3 


00 



$536 82 
6 00 
5 25 


$548 07 
80 00 



$468 07 



4,948 10 

$5,416 17 

Lithgow street, between Talbot avenue and Wain-wrright street. Length, 
682 linear feet. Area, 1,970 square yards. Roadway excavated. 
(Work unfinished.) 



Public Works Department. 



299 



Engineering 




$160 78 


Inspection 




92 75 


Engineering expense . 




2 75 


Advertising 




6 06 


Tarvia 




9 00 


Amount paid Thomas H. Corrigan, under 




contract : 






1,052 cubic yards earth exca- 






vation made and used 






on Lithgow street @ 






35c 


$368 20 




2,318 cubic yards earth excava- 






tion made and hauled 






to Hill Top street @ 59c., 


1,367 62 




60 cubic yards rock excava- 






tion made and removed 






@ $5 


300 00 






S2,035 82 




Less 15 per cent retained, 


305 37 


1,730 45 







,001 79 



Lockwood street (Hyde Park), from MetropoHtan avenue to Huntington 
avenue. Length, 577 linear feet. Area, 1,692 square yards. Tar 
macadam roadway constructed, edgestone set, flagging crosswalks 
laid and artificial stone sidewalks constructed. 



Engineering 




$82 63 


Inspection 




112 75 


Engineering expense .... 




4 35 


Advertising 




7 93 


Edgestone, 1,088 feet straight, 2 small 


corners 




and 27 feet 8 inches circular 




725 08 


Flagging, 140 feet granite . 




102 90 


Blocks, 2,455 old granite . 




49 10 


Labor, handling stock 




9 62 


Amount paid James Doherty, imder contract : 




Removing trees, bushes. 






etc 


$10 00 




702 cubic yards earth excava- 






tion @ 50c. . 


351 00 




122 cubic yards rock excava- 






tion @ $3.75 . 


457 50 




1,098 linear feet straight edge- 






stone and corners hauled 






and set @ 27c. 


296 46 




28 linear feet circular edge- 






stone set @ 15c. . 


4 20 




282 linear feet existing edge- 






stone reset @ 14c. 


39 48 




72 square yards granite block 






paving hauled and 






aid @ 25c. . 


18 00 




15 square yards existing gran- 






ite block paving relaid 






@ 50c. . . . 


7 50 




31 square yards flagging cross- 






walks hauled and laid 






@ $1.05 .... 


32 55 





Carried forward 



L,216 69 $1,094 46 



300 



City Document No. 26. 



Brought forward 
1,888 square yards bituminous 
macadam siu^face fur- 
nished and placed (tar 
binder) @ 81c. 
7,091 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks fmrnished and 
laid @ 13ic. . _ . 
75 square feet artificial stone 
driveways furnished and 
laid @ 13ic. . 
2 covers reset @ $3 . 



$1,216 69 $1,094 46 

1,529 28 
939 56 



9 94 
6 GO 





$3,701 47 


Less 599 f linear feet 




edgestone deUvered by 




city @ 8c. . 


47 98 



3,653 49 



1,747 85 



Long avenue, from Commonwealth avenue to AUston street. Length, 859 
linear feet. Area, 2,873 square yards. Edgestone set, artificial stone 
sidewalks laid, asphalt pavement on 6-inch concrete base laid, loam 
space placed. 



Engineering 




$21 45 


Inspection 




3 50 


Engineering expense . 




60 


Advertising 




4 30 


Amount paid Central Construction Company, 




under contract: 






1,123 cubic yards earth excava- 






tion @ 50c. . 


$561 50 




29 cubic yards water box ex- 






cavation @ $1 


29 00 




38 cubic yards rock excava- 






tion (5), $5 


190 00 




974 linear feet straight edge- 






stone hauled and set @ 






25c 


243 50 




584 linear feet circular edge- 






stone set @ 20c. 


116 80 




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, includ- 






ing concrete base, @ 






$1.90 .... 


15 20 




38 square yards existing flag- 






ging crosswalks relaid, 






pitch joints, including 






concrete base, @ $1.60, 


60 80 





Carried forward 



$1,200 80 



$29 85 



Public Works Department. 



301 



Brought forward 

2,785 square yards concrete 
base, bituminous con- 
crete binder and as- 
phalt wearing surface 
furnished and laid @ 
$2.30 .... 

4,319 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks furnished and 
laid @ 13|c. 
204 square yards loam space 
furnished, placed and 
seeded @ 70c. 



Less amount paid in 1914, 



S 1,200 80 



$29 85 



6,405 50 






583 07 






142 80 


1,112 37 




$8,432 17 
7,319 80 


$1,142 22 







Lorenzo street, from Walnut street to Woodworth street. Length, 431 
linear feet. Area, 788 square yards. Artificial stone sidewalks con- 
structed by contractor, edgestone reset and tar macadam roadway 
constructed by division forces. 



Engineering 






$34 94 


Inspection . ... 






24 50 


Engineering expense . 






1 40 


Advertising .... 






4 06 


Gravel, 132 cubic yards 






131 50 


Cement, \ barrel 




93 


Edgestone, 357 feet straight, 2 


feet circular 


250 24 


Blocks, 4,000 old granite . 




80 00 


Teaming .... 






391 48 


Steamroller .... 






104 00 


Filling, 22 cubic yards 






11 00 


Tarvia, 1,725 gallons . 






138 85 


Crushed stone, 181 tons 






217 56 


Labor, handling stock 






5 25 


Labor, edgestone excavating 






167 45 


Labor, edgestone setting . 






171 81 


Labor, gutter excavating . 






95 55 


Labor, gutter paving . 






58 87 


Labor, macadam excavating 






31 39 


Labor, macadam spreading 






167 18 


Labor, crosswalk excavating 






5 50 


Labor, crosswalk laying 






7 32 


Amount paid D. M. Biggs i. 


fe Co., undei 




contract : 






2,884 square feet artificial stone 






sidewalks furnished anc 


'. 




laid @ lie. . 


$317 2A 


t 


44 square feet artificial stone 






driveways furnished anc 


. 




laid @ lie. . 


4 84 


t 


Extra work — Excavate 






for water shut-offs 






where directed: 






40 hours' labor @ 25c. 


10 0( 


) 


Plus 15 per cent on $10 


1 5( 


) 


Carried forward 


$333 58 


\ $2,100 78 



* Done in connection with Woodworth street. 



302 



City Document No. 26. 



rought forward 


$333 58 


$2,100 78 


Extra work — • Reset edge- 






stone and gutters where 






directed : 






4 hours' labor @ 25c. . 


1 00 




Plus 15 per cent on $1 


15 


334 73 







,435 51 



Lorette street, from Centre street to Hillcrest street. 
Sidewalk partly graded. 
Engineering . 
Advertising . 
Engineering expense 
Gravel . 

Labor, excavating 
Labor, driving stakes 
Teaming 



(Work unfinished.) 

$28 57 

1 75 
75 

5 88 
67 25 

2 50 

3 75 

100 45 



Lothrop street, from Market street to Portsmouth street. Length, 550 
linear feet. Area, 3,677 square feet. Artificial stone sidewalks laid, 
tar macadam roadway 6 inches deep built, edgestone set. 



Engineering . 

Inspection 

Engineering expense 

Advertising . 

Sand, 10 yards 

Lumber 

Edgestone, 1,084 feet straight, 24 feet circular 

and 6 small corners 

Tarite 

Steam roller 

Teaming 

Labor, handling stock 

Crushed stone, 371 tons 

Labor, edgestone excavating .... 

Labor, edgestone setting 

Labor, macadam excavating .... 
Labor, macadam spreading .... 

Labor, gutter repairing 

Amount paid to A. J. & G. H. McMurtry, 

under contract: 
3,576 square feet artificial stone 

sidewalks furnished and 

laid @ 13c. . . . $464 88 

101 square feet artificial stone 

driveways furnished 

and laid @ 16c. . . 16 16 



7 00 

4 75 

7 50 

10 00 

34 

675 51 
158 51 

91 00 
229 00 

16 89 
549 23 
202 35 
124 75 
198 76 
218 18 
1 50 



481 04 



5,007 19 



Lovell street, from Neptune road to Island street. Length, 578 linear feet. 
Area, 2,216 square yards. Edgestone set, street subgraded, roadway 
resurfaced with asphalt macadam, crosswalks laid, artificial stone 
and brick sidewalks were laid. 



Engineering . 
Inspection 
Engineering expense 



$122 17 

70 00 

2 91 



Carried forward 



$195 08 



Public Works Department. 



303 



Brought forward .... 




$195 08 


Advertising 




8 


88 


Edgestone, 1,113 feet straight and 


501 feet 






circular 




792 


38 


Flagging, 141 feet granite . 




56 


40 


Bricks, 20,100 sidewalk . 




251 


25 


Blocks, 975 old granite 




19 


50 


Amount paid Agostino DeStefano, under 






contract: 








415 cubic yards earth excava- 








tion @ 40c. . 


$166 00 






50 cubic yards filHng fur- 








nished @ $1.10 . 


55 00 






1,119 hnear feet straight edge- 








stone and corners set @ 








8c. . . . 


89 52 






51 h'near feet circular edge- 








stone set @ 12c. . 


6 12 






44 square yards granite block 








paving hauled and laid 








@ 90c 


39 60 






30 square yards flagging 








crosswalks hauled and 








laid @ 50c. . 


15 00 






2,142 square yards bituminous 








macadam surface fur- 








nished and placed (as- 








phalt binder) @ 85c. 


1,820 70 






416 square yards brick side- 








walks laid @ 35c. 


145 60 






3,069 square feet artificial stone 








sidewalks furnished and 








laid @ 12c. . 


368 28 






9 covers reset @ $3 . 


27 00 










2,732 


82 







t,056 31 



Lucas street, from Washington street to Shawmut avenue. Length, 327 
feet. Area, 254 square yards. Roadway paved with scoria blocks on 
a concrete base, edgestone reset and brick walls repaved. 



Engineering . 










$31 


63 


Engineering expense . 










1 


00 


Advertising . 










4 


06 


Sand, , 


31 cubic yards . 










36 


30 


Gravel 


, 22^ cubic yards 










15 


98 


Cement, 32 barrels 










53 


63 


Blocks 


, 11,293 scoria . 










553 


36 


Bricks 


200 sidewalk . 










2 


50 


Crushed stone 










33 


99 


Edgestone 










2 


05 


Teaming 










174 94 


Labor, 


edgestone excavating 








185 93 


Labor, 


edgestone resetting 








52 


75 


Labor, 


repaving brick walks 








17 


75 


Labor, 


paving roadway 








192 


00 


Labor, 


excavating roadway 








220 


34 


Labor, 


mixing and spreading concrete base 


181 


65 






$1,759 86 


Credit 


Blocks, old granite, 11,548 ... 230 96 








41 t;oQ on 






— $1,0^0 yu 



304 



City Document No. 26. 



Lyford street, from Woodrow avenue to Franklin Field. Length, 470 linear 
feet. Area, 1,358 square yards. Asphalt macadam roadway con- 
structed, edgestone set, flagging crosswalks laid and artificial stone 
sidewalks constructed. (Work unfinished.) 



Engineering 

Inspection 

Engineering expense 

Advertising 

Edgestone, 761 feet straight, 6 small corners 

and 24 feet circular 

Flagging, 55 feet 8 inches granite 
Blocks, 400 old granite .... 

Teaming 

Labor, handling stock .... 

Amount paid Charles J. Jacobs Company, 
under contract : 
Removing trees, bushes, 

etc $0 00 

245 cubic yards earth excava- 
tion @ 40c. ... 98 00 

14 cubic yards water box ex- 

_ cavation @ $1.50 . 21 00 

775 linear feet straight edge- 
stone and corners 
hauled and set @ 22c., 170 50 

24 linear feet circular edge- 
stone set @ 15c. . . 3 60 
64 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 15c. . 9 60 

15 square yards granite block 

paving hauled and laid 
@ 60c. . • . • . • 9 00 

12 square yards existing 
granite block paving 
relaid @ 40c. ... 4 80 

1 1 square yards flagging 

crosswalks hauled and 

laid @ 60c. ... 6 60 

12 square yards existing flag- 

ging crosswalks relaid @ 

40c. .... 4 80 

1,322 square yards bituminous 
macadam sm-face fur- 
nished and placed (as- 
phalt binder) @ 65c. . 859 30 

5,002 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks furnished and 
laid @ lie. . . . 550 22 

437 square feet artificial stone 
driveways furnished and 
laid @ i3c. ... 56 81 

9 covers reset @ 13 . . 27 00 



Extra work — spread fill- 
ing sent from Blue Hill 
avenue : 
7 hours' labor @ 25c. . 

Plus 15 per cent on $1.75, 



$86 14 

147 00 

2 35 

8 75 

541 84 

20 04 

8 00 

7 00 

30 



75 
26 



Carried forward 



$181 24 



$821 42 



Public Works Department. 305 



Brought forward . . _ . $181 24 $821 42 

Extra work — Furnish 
and spread cinders for 
the sidewalks to be 
omitted on the west side 
near corner of Woodrow 
avenue : 
8 hours' labor @ 25c. . 

Plus 15 per cent on $2 
5 loads cinders @ $2 , 



Less amount retained 



2 00 

30 

10 00 


$1,835 54 
25 00 



1,810 54 
$2,631 96 





156 00 




.2 40 




5 20 




3 60 




76 20 




394 82 




8 45 



Mackin street, from Western avenue to Waver ly street. Length, 303 
linear feet. Area, 798 square yards. Roadway paved with bitulithic 
on a 6-inch concrete base, edgstone set and reset, flagging crosswalks 
laid and relaid and artificial stone sidewalks laid. 

Engineering . 
Inspection 

Engineering expense . 
Advertising . 
Blocks, 180 old granite 
Flagging, 106 feet North River 
Edgestone, 563 feet straight and 70 feet cir- 
cular .... 
Labor, handling stock 

Amount paid A. H. Archer, under contract: 
Removing trees, bushes, 

etc ■ $5 00 

492 cubic yards earth excava- 
tion @ 49c. ... 241 08 
553 linear feet straight edge- 
stone hauled and set @ 

18c 99 54 

70 linear feet circular edge- 
stone set @ 12c. . . 8 40 
31 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @, 12c. . 3 72 
106 square yards existing 
granite block paving 
relaid @ 40c. . . 42 40 

8 square yards granite block 

paving hauled and laid, 
grout joints, including 
concrete base, @ $1.40, 11 20 

20 square yards flagging 
crosswalks hauled and 
laid, grout joints, includ- 
ing concrete base, @ 
$1.40 .... 28 GO 

9 square yards existing 

flagging crosswalks re- 
laid, grout joints, in- 
cluding concrete base, 
@ $1.25 .... 11 25 

Carried forward . . . $450 59 $728 81 



306 



Brought forward 
656 square yards concrete 
base and bitulithic 
wearing surface fur- 
nished and laid @ $2.17, 
2,649 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks furnished and 
laid @ 10c. . 



City Document No. 26. 

$450 59 $728 81 



1,423 52 
264 90 



2,139 01 



2,867 82 



Manthorne road, from Centre street to Weld street. (Work done in 1914.) 



Engineering . . . . . 
Artificial stone sidewalk repairs 



$13 00 
211 75 



$224 75 



Mascoma street, from Quincy street to Lawrence avenue. (Work done in 
1913.) 

Amount paid to F. S. & A. D. Gore Corpora- 
tion, under contract $3,055 58 

Less amount paid in 1913 2,524 53 

$531 05 



Marlowe street, from Vinson street to Park street. (Work done in 1914.) 
Engineering expense • . $0 30 



Matchett street, from Washington street about 843 feet northeasterly. 
Length, 843 linear feet. Area, 3,746 square yards. Roadway graded 
and 1,704 feet edgestone set. (Work unfinished.) 

Engineering . 

Engineering expense 

Advertising . 

Teaming 

Steam roller 

Lumber 

Edgestone, 1,648 feet straight and 40 feet 

circular .... 
Gravel, 64^ cubic yards 
Crushed stone, 14.2 tons . 
Labor, rough grading 
Labor, edgestone excavating 
Labor, edgestone setting . 
Labor, sidewalk excavating 
Labor, laying plank walks . 

'^ %571 95 



3 


85 


2 


17 


362 


38 


186 


45 


2 


35 


1,140 


25 


64 


50 


21 


02 


1,185 49 


205 


33 


169 


13 


49 


88 


70 37 



Mayhew street, from Boston street to Roseclair street. Length, 863 linear 
feet. Area, 2,530 square yards. Roadway paved with asphalt on a 
6-inch concrete base, edgestone set and reset, flagging crosswalks laid 
and relaid and artificial stone sidewalks constructed. 



Engineering . 
Inspection 
Engineering expense 

Carried forward 



$185 90 

85 75 

4 85 

$276 50 



Public Works Department. 



307 



Brought forward 
Advertising .... 
Lumber, 135 feet 
Bricks, 300 sidewalk . 
Edgestone, 1,635 feet straight, 

and 23 feet circular 
Flagging, 30 feet North River 
Labor, making templets 
Labor, handling stock 





$276 50 




6 25 




3 92 




2 10 


2 small corners 






986 69 




10 80 




8 25 




24 62 



Credit: Blocks, old granite, 450 



L,319 13 
9 00 



Amount paid Charles J. Jacobs 
under contract: 

Removing trees, bushes, 
stumps, etc. . 
1,242 cubic yards earth excava- 
tion @ 40c. . 

24 cubic yards water box ex- 

cavation @ SI. 50 
1,638 linear feet straight edge- 
stone and corners 
hauled and set @ 18c., 
23 linear feet circular edge- 
stone set @ 18c . . 
57 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 15c. 
8 square yards existing 
granite block paving 
relaid, gravel joints, @ 
40c. . . . . 

25 square yards existing 

granite block paving 
relaid, grout joints, in- 
cluding concrete base, 
@ $1.50 . . _ . 
37 square yards existing 
flagging crosswalks re- 
laid, grout joints, in- 
cluding concrete base, 
@$1.40 
2,461 square yards concrete 
base, bituminous con- 
crete binder and as- 
phalt wearing surface 
furnLshed and laid @ 
$2.18 . . . _ . 

32 square yards existing 
brick sidewalks relaid 
@ 30c. . . . . 
10,774 square feet artificial 
stone sidewalks fur- 
nished and laid @ 10c. , 

73 square feet artificial 
stone driveways fur- 
nished and laid @ 13c., 

10 covers reset @ $3 . 



Company, 



L,310 13 



$100 00 


496 80 


36 00 


294 84 


4 14 


8 55 



3 20 



37 50 



51 80 



5,364 98 






9 60 






1,077 40 






9 49 
30 00 


7,524 30 






$8,834 43 



308 



City Document No. 26. 





$56 30 




22 75 




1 45 




6 25 




2 61 




2 10 




10 62 


39 feet 






243 70 




4 75 




5 50 




5 58 


contract: 




$15 00 




133 00 




68 40 




5 85 




2 24 





Melvinside terrace, from Dorchester avenue to Minton street. Length, 
200 Hnear feet. Area, 422 square yards. Roadway paved with 
bitiilithic on a 6-inch concrete base, edgestone set, flagging crosswalks 
laid, existing brick sidewalks relaid and artificial stone sidewalks 
constructed. 

Engineering 

Inspection 

Engineering expense . 

Advertising 

Lumber for templets, 90 feet . 
Bricks, 300 old sidewalk . 

Flagging 

Edgestone, 360 feet straight and 

circular 

Teaming 

Labor, making templets 
Labor, handling stock 
Amount paid James Doherty, under 
Removing trees, bushes, 

etc 

266 cubic yards earth excava- 
tion @ 50c. . 
360 linear feet straight edge- 
stone and corners 
hauled and set @ 19c., 
39 linear feet circular edge- 
stone set @ 15c. 
16 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @, 14c. 
50 square yards existing gran- 
ite block paving relaid, 
gravel joints, @ 40c. . 20 00 

8 square yards existing gran- 
ite block paving relaid, 
grout joints, including 
concrete base, @ $1.25, 10 00 

3 square yards flagging 
crosswalks hauled and 
laid, grout joints, in- 
cluding concrete base, 
@ S1.50 .... 4 50 

8 square yards existing flag- 
ging crosswalks relaid, 
grout joints, including 
concrete base, @ $1.25, 10 00 

404 square yards bitulithic 
wearing surface fur- 
nished and laid, in- 
cluding concrete base, 
@ $2.25 .... 909 00 

13 square yards existing brick 

sidewalks relaid @ 30c., 3 90 

2,022 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks furnished and 
laid @ 12c. ... 242 64 

3 covers reset @ $3 . . 9 00 

Extra work — Rebuild 
manhole near Dorches- 
ter avenue: 
1 manhole rebuilt . . 10 00 



Carried forward 



L,443 53 



$361 61 



Public Works Department. 



309 



Brought forward 

Extra work — Reset edge- 
stone at gas lamp near 
Minton street: 
6 hours, edgestone setter, 

@ 62§c 

16 hours' labor @ 25c. . 
Plus 15 per cent on $7.75, 
1 bag cement @ 50c. . 



L,443 53 



3 75 

4 00 
1 16 

50 



$361 61 



1,452 94 



L,814 55 



Mendon park, from Bourneside street to Upland avenue, 
started.) 



Engineering . 
Engineering expense 
Advertising . 



$78 25 

45 

2 17 



(Work not 



$80 87 



Montebello road, from Forest Hills street to Walnut avenue. Length, 
1,086 linear feet. Area, 3,140 square yards. Edgestone set and 
artificial stone sidewalks constructed. (Work unfinished.) 



Engineering 


$196 69 


Inspection 


73 50 


Engineering expense 


4 50 


Advertising 


9 70 


Labor, handling stock 


26 07 


Edgestone, 1,718 feet straight and 4 small 




corners 


1,010 16 


Amount paid to Martino DeMatteo, under 




contract : 




170 cubic yards earth excava- 




tion @ 40c. . . . $68 00 




94 cubic yards rock excava- 




tion @ $3.50 ... 329 00 




1,550 hnear feet straight edge- 




stone and corners hauled 




and set @ 16c. . . 248 00 




20 linear feet circular edge- 




stone set @ 12c. . . 2 40 




3,000 square feet artificial stone 




sidewalks furnished and 




laid (unfinished) @ 3c., 90 00 




$737 40 




Less 15 per cent retained, 110 61 






626 79 





L,947 41 



Montvale street, from Colberg avenue to Belgrade street. Length, 844 
Hnear feet. Area, 2,440 square yards. Tar macadam roadway con- 
structed, edgestone set, part on crushed stone foundation, flagging 
crosswalks laid and artificial stone sidewalks constructed. 



Engineering . 
Inspection 
Engineering expense 
Advertising . 

Carried forward 



$141 51 

70 44 

2 75 

5 95 

$220 65 



310 City Document No. 26. 

Brought forward $220 65 

Edgestone, 1,644 feet straight, 14 feet 1| 

inches circular and 4 small corners . 985 68 

Flagging 21 93 

Blocks 1 70 

Labor, handling stock 25 36 

Amount paid Martino DeMatteo, under con- 
tract : 

Removing trees, bushes, 

etc SO 50 

985 cubic yards earth excava- 
tion @, 35c. ... 344 75 
1,644 linear feet straight edge- 
stone and corners 
hauled and set @, 20c., 328 80 
14 linear feet circular edge- 
stone set @ 14c. . 1 96 
12 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 14c. . 1 68 
348 linear feet crushed stone 
and concrete foiuida- 
t i o n furnished and 
placed @ 12c. ... 41 76 
41 square yards existing 
granite block paving 
relaid @ 40c. ... 16 40 
12 square yards flagging 
crosswalks hauled and 
laid @ $1 . ... 12 00 
11 square yards flagging 
crosswalks relaid @ 
50c. .... 5 50 
2,449 square yards bituminous 
macadam surface fur- 
nished and placed (tar 
binder) @ 70c. . . 1,714 30 
10,578 square feet artificial 
stone sidewalks fur- 
nished and laid @ 13c., 1,375 14 
108 square feet artificial 
stone driveways fur- 
nished and laid @ 13c., 14 04 
9 covers reset @ $3 . . 27 00 
Extra work — Regulate 
manhole cover over 6 
inches : 
Manhole cover regulated, 7 50 
Extra work — Remove 
edgestone already set 
and construct drive- 

way as directed : 

1 day, edgestone setter, @ 

$5 5 00 

2^ days, helper, @ $2.50 . 6 25 

Phis 15 per cent on 

$11.25 .... 1 69 

I day, double team, @ $6 . 1 50 



$3,905 77 
Less amount not paid . 98 16 



3,807 61 
$5,062 93 



Public Works Department. 



311 



Morton street, from Norfolk street to east line of railroad. Length, 465 
linear feet. Area, 2,001 square yards. Edgestone set and reset and 
roadway excavated and graded. (Work unfinished.) 



Engineering .... 








$82 64 


Engineering expense . 








1 00 


Steam roller 








13 00 


Blocks, 2,925 old granite . 








58 50 


Teaming .... 








205 50 


Gravel, 10 cubic yards 








9 80 


Filling, 56 cubic yards 








28 00 


Edgestone, 361 feet . 








208 74 


Labor, handling stock 








5 25 


Labor, grading sidewalks . 








14 00 


Labor, edgestone excavating 








153 18 


Labor, edgestone setting . 








172 50 


Labor, gutter excavating . 








18 84 


Labor, roadway excavating 








216 09 


Labor, roadway grading 








104 83 



L,291 87 



Myrick street, from Easton street to Coolidge road. (Work done in 1914.) 
Engineering expense . _ $0 30 



Neptune road, from Bennington street to Boston, Revere Beach & Lynn 
Railroad. (Work not started.) 



Engineering 



$41 00 



Normandy street, from Seaver street to Columbia road. Length, 470 
linear feet. Area, 1,372 square yards. The street was subgraded, 
the roadway was paved with asphalt on a 6-inch concrete base. Arti- 
ficial stone sidewalks were laid where needed, edgestone set and reset. 

Engineering .... 

Inspection .... 

Engineering expense . 

Advertising .... 

Edgestone, 272 feet straight 

Cement .... 

Gravel 

Teaming .... 

Labor, handling stock 

Labor, edgestone excavating 

Labor, edgestone setting . 

Labor, gutter paving . 

Labor, roadway grading 

Amount paid to James Doherty , under contract : 
Removing trees, bushes, 

etc 

418 cubic yards earth excava- 
tion @ 50c. . 
8 cubic yards rock excava- 
tion @ $5 
18 square yards granite block 
paving relaid, grout 
joints, including con- 
crete base, @ $1.20 
24 square yards flagging 
crosswalks relaid, grout 
joints,including concrete 
base, @ $1.20 









73 50 








95 








3 94 








158 54 








46 








15 10 








75 02 








4 03 








220 95 








79 55 








2 63 








7 16 



$0 01 

209 00 

40 00 



21 60 



Carried forward 



28 80 
$299 40 



$666 20 



312 



City Document No. 26. 



Brought forward 
1,330 square yards concrete base, 
bituminous concrete 
binder and asphalt wear- 
ing surface furnished and 
laid @ $2.17 . . 
1,695 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks furnished and 
laid @ 10c. . 
9 covers reset @ S3 . 
12 cubic yards loam furnished 

@ 60c 

Extra work — Point edge- 
stone where necessary: 
12 hours' labor @ 25c. . 

Plus 15 per cent on $3 
3 bags cement @ 50c. 
Extra work — Take out 
loam spaces where di- 
rected : 
6 hours, foreman, @ 62|c., 
36 hours' labor @ 25c. . 
Plus 15 per cent on $12.75, 
6 hours, double team, @75c. 



$299 40 



2,886 10 



169 50 
27 00 

7 20 



$666 20 



3 


00 




45 


1 


50 


3 


75 


9 


00 


1 


91 


4 


50 



3,413 32 



1,079 52 



Normandy street, from Intervale street to Devon street. Length, 490 
linear feet. Area, 1,430 square yards. 830 feet edgestone set, 
56-foot circles reset and 1,212 cubic yards roadway excavated. 



Engineering .... 








$131 00 


Engineering expense . 








1 90 


Advertising .... 








6 16 


Edgestone, 810 feet straight 








473 94 


Labor, handling stock 








1 22 


Teaming .... 








810 60 


Labor, excavating roadway 








1,425 41 


Labor, edgestone excavating 








428 05 


Labor, edgestone setting . 








225 25 


Cement .... 








83 


Gravel, 33 cubic yards 








32 34 



5,536 70 



North Beacon street, from Cambridge street to Market street, 
started.) 



Engineering . 
Engineering expense 



$171 97 
2 50 



(Work not 



$174 47 



Oakland street, from River street to Rockdale street. Asphalt macadam 
roadway constructed, edgestone set, granite block gutters relaid and 
artificial stone sidewalks constructed. Length, 740 linear feet. Area, 
4,440 square yards. 



Engineering 


$538 03 


Inspection 


469 25 


Engineering expense . 


17 00 


Advertising 


5 50 


Lumber 


8 46 


Carried forward 


$1,038 24 



Public Woeks Depaetment. 



313 



Brought forward 

Nails 

Edgestone, 474 feet straight, 57 feet circular 
Flagging, 247 feet 3 inches North River 
Labor, handling stock .... 
Amount paid William J. Barry, under contract 
Removing trees, bushes, 

etc 

2,298 cubic yards earth excava- 
tion @ 50c. . 
865 cubic yards rock excava- 
tion @ $1 . 
474 Unear feet straight edge- 
stone and corners 
hauled and set @ 20c., 
57 linear feet circular edge- 
stone set @ 20c. 
256 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 15c. 
441 square yards granite 
block paving furnished 
and laid @ $1.75 
136 square yards existing 
granite block paving 
relaid @ 50c. 
53 square yards flagging 
crosswalks hauled and 
laid@$l . . _ . 
2 square yards existing 
flagging crosswalks re- 
laid @ 50c. . 
2,686 square yards bituminous 
macadam surface fur- 
nished and placed, as- 
phalt binder, @ 95c. . 
16,714 square feet artificial 
stone sidewalks fur- 
nished and placed @ 

13c 

9 covers reset @ $3 . 
Extra work — Omit the 
hauling and setting of 
about 660 linear feet of 
straight edgestone and 
substitute the furnish- 
ing and setting of same : 
653 linear feet straight edge- 
stone furnished and set 



$1,038 24 


37 


330 59 


89 01 


7 11 



Extra Work — Repave 
gutters, reset edge- 
stone and resurface 
roadway with water- 
bound macadam t o 
connect with the pres- 
ent grade of Oakland 
street and the new 
grade of the Boston 
Elevated tracks, be- 
tween Rexford and 
Chester streets : 
68 hours, foreman, @ 62|c. 

Carried forward 



$100 00 

1,149 00 

865 00 



94 80 
11 40 



38 40 



771 75 



68 00 



53 00 



1 00 



2,551 70 



2,172 82 
27 00 



653 00 



42 50 



,599 42 $1,465 32 



314 



City Document No. 26. 



Brought forward 
52 hours, paver, @ 62|c. . 
20 hours timekeeper, @ 

50c 

448 hours' labor @ 28ic. 

Plus 15 per cent on $211, 
5 davs, steam roller, @ $15, 
1 day, auto truck, @ $20 . 
156 tons crushed stone @ 
$1.50 .... 
Extra work — Build re- 
taining wall on west- 
erly side of Oakland 
street : 
34 hours, mason, @ 50c. 
34 hours' labor @ 28ic. 

Plus 15 per cent on $26.56, 
15 bags cement @ 50c. 
1 double load sand, @ $2 . 
Extra work — Rebuild 
manhole at Oaldand 
place and manhole on 
easterly side near Rex- 
ford street : 
8 hours, mason (bricklayer), 

@ 75c 

8 hours, tender, @ 35c. . 
Plus 15 per cent on $8.80, 
4 bags cement @ 60c. 
400 bricks @ Ic. . 
20 cubic feet sand @ 5c. . 



,599 


42 


32 


50 


10 


00 


126 


00 


31 


65 


75 


00 


20 


00 



1,465 32 



234 00 



17 00 
9 56 
3 98 
7 50 
2 00 



6 00 



2 80 




1 32 




2 00 




4 00 




1 00 






9,185 68 






$10,651 00 



Orchardfield street, from Dorchester avenue to Freeport street, 
not started.) 

Engineering $39 98 

Engineering expense 50 



(Work 



$40 48 



Orleans street, from Gove street to Porter street. Length, 635 feet. Area, 
2,400 square yards. Six hundred and ninety-one feet edgestone set, 
326 feet edgestone reset, 1,225 cubic yards excavation, 1,016 square 
yards concrete base laid and 125 square yards sidewalks regulated. 
(Work unfinished.) 



Engineering 


$55 04 


Engineering expense . . 


1 32 


Advertising 


1 66 


Gravel 


71 


Cement, llOf barrels .... 


165 37 


Crushed stone, 240 tons 


342 99 


Lumber 


6 59 


Nails 


5 25 


Hose 


00 


Blocks, 8,250 granite .... 


429 00 


Edgestone, 723 feet 8 inches straight ai 


id 11 


feet 9 inches circular 


487 74 


Teaming 


1,177 50 


Steam roller 


533 00 


Carried forward 


$3,206 17 



Public Works Department. 



315 



Brought forward .... 


$3,206 17 


Concrete mixer 


66 25 


Labor, edgestone excavating 


306 94 


Labor, edgestone setting . 


306 97 


Labor, roadway excavating 


1,282 97 


Labor, roadway base (concrete) 


930 13 


Labor, sidewalk excavating 


143 51 




$6,242 94 


Credit: Blocks, 5,620 old granite . 


112 40 



,130 54 



Paisley park, from Bourneside street to Upland avenue. Length, 576 
linear feet. Area, 1,920 square yards. Roadway constructed with 
tar macadam, edgestone set and reset, flagging crosswalks laid and 
artificial stone sidewalks constructed with loam spaces. (Unfinished 
work from 1914.) 



Engineering 






$41 74 


Inspection 






31 


50 


Engineering expense . 






1 


65 


Advertising 






7 


94 


Edgestone, 39 feet straight and 25 feet 2 inches 






circular 






53 


62 


Amount paid James Doherty, under contract : 






Removing trees, bushes, 










etc 


SI 


00 






562 cubic yards earth excava- 










tion @ 57c. . 


320 34 






1,122 linear feet straight edge- 










stone hauled and set @ 










18c 


201 


96 






25 linear feet circular edge- 










stone set @ 12c. . 


3 


00 






35 linear feet existing edge- 










stone reset @ 12c. 


4 


20 






11 square yards granite block 










paving hauled and laid 










@ 58c 


6 


38 






13 square yards flagging 










crosswalks hauled and 










laid @ 75c. . 


9 


75 






1,816 square yards bituminous 










macadam surface fur- 










nished and placed (tar 










binder) @ 73c. 


1,325 


68 






3,134 square feet artificial stone 










sidewalks furnished and 










laid @ 13ic. . 


423 


09 






5 covers reset @ $3 . 


15 


00 






1,069 square yards loam spaces. 










spaded, rolled and seeded 










@ 6c 


63 


90 






3 cubic yards loam fur- 










nished and placed @ 










95c 


2 


85 








$2,377 


15 




Less amount paid in 1914, 


345 


98 


2,031 


17 









J, 167 62 



316 



City Document No. 26. 



Parkton road, from Perkins street to Perkins street. (Work not started.) 



Engineering . 
Engineering expense . 
Advertising . 



$98 55 

1 00 

90 



$100 45 



Patten street, from Hyde Park avenue to Bourne street. (Work not started.) 

Engineering $120 20 

Engineering expense 80 

Advertising 2 17 

$123 17 



Peacevale road, from Norfolk street to Dunbar avenue. Length, 809 linear 
feet. Area, 2,337 square yards. Edgestone set, flagging crosswalks 
laid, artificial stone sidewalks and driveways laid and asphalt pave- 
ment laid on concrete base. 



Engineering 




$138 36 


Inspection 




122 


50 


Engineering expense . 




3 


55 


Advertising 




10 


60 


Edgestone, 1,386 feet 5 inches 


straight, 18 






small corners and 18 feet 10 inches circular, 


904 


09 


Labor, handling stock 




14 83 


Amount paid D. M. Biggs & Co. 


, under con- 






tract : 








Removing trees, bushes. 








etc. .... 


$72 00 






1,195 cubic yards earth excava- 








tion @ 60c. . 


717 00 






17 cubic yards water box ex- 








cavation @ $2 


34 00 






4 cubic yards rock excava- 








tion @ $5 


20 00 






1,501 linear feet straight edge- 








stone hauled and set @ 








22c 


330 22 






19 linear feet circular edge- 








stone set @ 15c. . 


2 85 






7 linear feet existing edge- 








stone reset @, 15c. 


1 05 






8 square yards existing gran- 








ite block paving relaid, 








including concrete base, 








grout joints, @ $1 


8 00 






11 square yards existing flag- 








ging crosswalks relaid. 








including concrete base, 








grout joints, @ $1.50 . 


16 50 






2,315 square yards concrete base, 








bituminous concrete bin- 








der and asphalt wearing 








surface furnished and 








laid @ $1.80 . 


4,167 00 






8,980 square feet artificial stone 








sidewalks furnished and 








laid @, lie. . 


987 80 






634 square feet artificial stone 








driveways furnished and 








laid @ 13c. . 


82 42 







Carried forward 



),438 84 $1,193 93 



Public Works Department. 



317 



Brought forward 


$6,438 84 


$1,193 93 


9 covers reset @ $3 . 


27 00 




Extra work — Remove 






trees in front of Nos. 21 


< 




and 27: 






6 hours, foreman, @ 62|c., 


3 75 




22| days' labor @ $2 


44 50 




Plus 15 per cent on $48.25, 


7 24 




1 day, single team, *@ $3.50, 


3 50 




1 day, double team, @ $6 . 


3 00 




Extra work — Remove 






edgestone at No. 4 and 






construct driveway: 






3 days, paver, @ $5 . 


15 00 




7| days' labor @ $2 . 


15 00 




Plus 15 per cent on $30 . 


4 50 


6,562 33 







$7,756 26 



Pelton street, from Park street to West Roxbury Parkway. Length, 781 
Unear feet. Area, 2,257 square yards. Tar macadam roadway con- 
structed, edgestone set and artificial stone sidewalks constructed with 
loam spaces. 



Engineering 
Inspection 

Engineering expense . 
Advertising . 
Labor, handling stock 
Edgestone, 1,455 feet 8 inches straight, 4 
small corners and 30 feet 10 inches circular, 



Credit: Blocks, 750 old granite 



Amount paid to Charles J. Jacobs Company, 
under contract: 

Removing trees, bushes, 

etc $5 00 

1,405 cubic yards earth excava- 
tion @ 40c. . . . 562 00 
19 cubic yards water box ex- 
cavation @ $1.50 . . 28 50 
1,467 linear feet straight edge- 
stone and corners 
hauled and set @ 22c., 322 74 
31 Unear feet circular edge- 
stone set @ 15c. . . 4 65 
5 square yards existing gran- 
ite block paving relaid 

@ 40c 2 00 

2,307 square yards bituminous 
macadam surface fur- 
nished and placed (tar 
binder) @ 60c. . . 1,384 20 

29 square yards crushed stone 
sidewalks furnished and 
placed @ 35c. . . 10 15 

6,618 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks furnished and 
laid @ lie. . 727 98 

Carried forward . . . $3,047 22 



$127 71 

85 50 

1 75 

5 20 

19 27 

906 79 

1,146 22 
15 00 

1,131 22 



L,131 22 



318 



City Document No. 26. 



Brought forward 
116 square feet artificial stone 
driveways furnished and 
laid @ 13c. . 
3 covers reset @ $3 . 
Wooden fence with cedar 
posts furnished and 
built .... 
Extra work — Omit ar- 
tificial stone sidewalks 
where directed and sub- 
stitute loam spaces: 
245 square yards loam spaces 
furnished, placed and 
seeded @ $1 . 
Extra work — Excavate 
and furnish loam for 
tree pits as directed: 
60 cubic yards excavation @ 
$1.50 .... 
60 cubic yards loam furnished 
@ 11.50 



$3,047 22 $1,131 22 



15 08 
9 00 



25 00, 



245 00 



90 00 
90 00 



3,521 30 



t,652 52 

* Percival street, from Fox street to Marie street. Length, 246 linear feet. 
Area, 621 square yards. Edgestone reset, block gutters repaved by 
division forces and artificial stone sidewalks constructed by contract, 
250 feet edgestone set, 35 feet edgestone reset, 500 square yards 
Bermudez asphalt macadam roadway 6 inches deep built and cross- 
walks laid. 

Engineering 

Engineering expense .... 

Advertising 

Edgestone, 215 feet straight, 1 smal 
and 27 feet 5^ inches circular . 

Flagging, 119 feet North River 

Crushed stone, 162 tons 

Blocks, 1,030 old granite . 

Gravel, 11 cubic yards 

Cement 

Lumber 

Bermudez asphalt, 1,612 gallons 

Steam roller 

Teaming 

Removing trees 

Labor, handling stock 

Labor, edgestone excavating 

Labor, edgestone setting . 

Labor, gutter paving .... 

Labor, sidewalk excavating 

Labor, macadam roadway excavating 

Labor, macadam spreading 

Labor, repaving crosswalks 

Labor, repairing shanty 

Amount paid WilUam J. Rafferty Company, 
under contract : 

1,773 square feet artificial 
stone sidewalks fur- 
nished and laid @ 14|c., $261 52 





$57 58 




1 25 




4 00 


3orne 


176 82 




85 68 




194 97 




22 40 




10 78 




21 




2 26 




290 16 




26 00 




363 98 




125 00 




3 23 




31 00 




77 75 




5 50 




126 61 




329 18 




51 96 




95 50 




7 55 



Carried forward 



$261 52 $2,089 37 



* Done in connection with Juliette street. 



Public Works Department. 



319 



31 66 



Brought forward 

Extra work — Mark the 

artificial stone with 

scoring hnes 6 inches 

apart and at right angles 

to the edgestone where 

directed : 

01 square feet artificial 

stone sidewalks f u r - 

nished and laid and 

scored @ 15fc. 

Extra work — Sod the 

bank at west corner of 

Percival and Fox streets : 

8 hours, gardener, @ 56ic., 

8 hours' labor @ 25c. . 

Plus 15 per cent on $6.50 . 
1 day, single team, @ $3.50 . 
80 square feet sod @ 5c. 



Perham street, from Vermont street to the railroad. 
Engineering 



$261 52 $2,089 37 



Engineering expense 
Advertising . 



4 50 






2 00 






98 






3 50 






4 00 


308 16 






$2,397 53 






railroad. 


$146 63 
1 15 
1 00 


$148 78 



Perth street, from Quincy street to Fayston street. Length, 230 linear feet. 
Area, 665 square yards. Roadway paved with bitulithic on a 6-inch 
concrete base, edgestone set and reset, flagging crosswalks laid and 
artificial stone sidewalks constructed. 



Engineering 


$49 01 


Inspection 


21 00 


Engineering expense .... 


1 05 


Advertising 


6 25 


Edgestone, 410 feet straight 


239 90 


Labor, handling stock 


6 15 




$323 36 


Credit: Blocks, old granite 


7 50 



Amoimt paid James Doherty, under contract : 
Removing trees, bushes, 

etc $1 00 

273 cubic yards earth excava- 
tion @ 50c. ... 136 50 

■ Y% cubic yard rock excava- 
tion @ $3 . . . 1 80 

411 linear feet straight edge- 
stone and corners hauled 
and set @ 18c. . . 73 98 

124 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 14c. . 17 36 
7 square yards existing gran- 
ite block paving relaid, 
gravel joints, @ 40c. . 2 80 



Carried forward 



$233 44 



$315 86 



$315 86 



320 City Document No. 26. 



Brought forward . . . $233 44 $315 86 

16 square yards existing gran- 
ite block paving relaid, 
grout joints, including 
concrete base, @ $1.25, 20 00 

23 square yards existing flag- 
ging crosswalks relaid, 
grout joints, including 
concrete base, @ $1.25, 28 75 

630 square yards bitulithic 
wearing surface f u r - 
nished and laid, includ- 
ing concrete base, @ 
$2.24 .... 1,411 20 

1 square yard existing brick 

sidewalks relaid @ 30c., 30 

3,142 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks furnished and 
laid @ 12c. . 

2 covers reset @ $3 . 
23 cubic feet extra concrete 

furnished and placed @ 
23c 



Philbrick street, from Neponset avenue to Jewett street. Length, 646 
linear feet. Area, 1,433 square yards. Tar macadam roadway con- 
structed, edgestone set and reset, flagging crosswalks laid and artificial 
stone sidewalks constructed. 



377 04 
6 00 






5 29 


2,082 02 






$2,397 88 



Engineering 




$57 35 


Inspection 




112 00 


Engineering expense .... 




2 90 


Advertising 




6 09 


Edgestone, 922 feet 7 inches straight. 


24 feet 




circular and 2 small corners . 




646 96 


Flagging, 70 feet North River . 




50 64 


Blocks, 1,575 granite, old . 




31 50 


Labor, handling stock 




6 11 


Amount paid Martino DeMatteo, 


under 




contract : 






Removing trees, bushes, 






etc 


$0 00 




978 cubic yards earth excava- 






tion @ 35c. . 


342 30 




1,257 linear feet straight edge- 






stone and corners hauled 






and set @ 20c. . 


251 40 




21 linear feet circular edge- 






stone set @ 14c. . 


2 94 




30 square yards granite block 






paving hauled and laid 






@ 69c 


20 70 




10 square yards existing gran- 






ite block paving relaid 






@$0.00 .... 


00 




15 square yards flagging cross- 






walks hauled and laid @ 






$1 


15 00 




Carried forward . '. 


S632 34 


$913 55 



* Done in connection with Jewett street. 



Public Works Department. 321 

$913 55 



Brought forward 


$632 34 


2 square yards existing flag- 




ging crosswalks relaid @ 




$0.00 .... 


00 


1,957 square yards bituminous 




macadam surface fur- 




nished and placed (tar 




binder) @ 69c. . 


1,350 33 


5,574 square feet artificial stone 




sidewalks furnished and 




laid @ 14f c. . . 


822 16 


76 square feet artificial stone 




driveways furnished and 




laid @ 15c. . 


11 40 


10 covers reset @ $3 . 


30 00 


Extra work — Furnish and 




place fiUing and bar out 




and relay gutters where 




directed on Neponset 




avenue approach to Phil- 




brick street : 




71 square yards gutters relaid 




@ 50c 


35 50 


66 cubic yards filling f u r - 




nished and placed @ $1, 


56 00 


288 feet plank furnished and 




placed @ $30 M. . 


8 64 


2| days' labor @ $2.50 . 


6 25 


Plus 15 per cent on $6.25, 


94 


Extra work — Lower man- 




hole over 6 inches : 




2 manholes lowered @ $7.50, 


15 00 


Extra work — Haul edge- 




stone out of lot : 




1 day, foreman, @ $3 . 


1 88 


If days' labor @ $2.50 . 


4 38 


Plus 15 per cent on $6.26, 


94 


1 day, double team, @ 6 . 


6 00 




$2,981 76 


Less amount paid in 1914, 


383 35 



2,598 41 
$3,511 96 



Pinehurst street, from Belgrade avenue to Dudley avenue. (Work done in 
1914.) 
Engineering expense $0 20 



Porter street, from Cottage street across Geneva street. (Work not started.) 
Advertising $3 93 

Porter street, 35 feet east of Frankfort street, across Cottage street. Con- 
structed 6-inch tar macadam roadway. (Unfinished work from 1914.) 



Gravel 


$4 68 


Sand, 63 cubic yards 


72 03 


Edgestone, 227 feet 6 inches straight 


174 03 


Bricks, 25,500 sidewalk .... 


304 35 


Crushed stone, 569 tons .... 


814 03 


Carried forward 


$1,369 12 



322 



City Document No. 26. 



Brought forward 
Lumber 
Teaming 
Steam roller 
Tarvia, 4,247 gallons 
Labor, excavating sidewalks 
Labor, paving sidewalks 
Labor, roadway excavating 
Labor, macadam spreading 



369 


12 


15 


15 


196 


60 


201 


50 


341 


22 


56 


79 


29 


38 


218 


90 


215 


19 



J,643 85 



Powellton road, from Columbia road to Glenarm street. Length, 332 linear 
feet. Area, 965 square yards. Roadway paved with bitulithic on a 
6-inch concrete base, edgestone set and flagging crosswalks relaid. 



Engineering 

Inspection . . . . . 
Engineering expense . 

Advertising 

Edgestone, 9 feet 9| inches circular 



Credit : Blocks, old granite 



Amotmt paid James Doherty, under contract 
10 linear feet circular edgestone 

set @ 17c. 
7 linear feet existing edgestone 
reset @ 16c. 

3 square yards existing gran- 

ite block paving relaid, 
gravel joints, @ 40c. 

4 square yards existing gran- 

ite block paving relaid, 
grout joints, including 
concrete base, @ $1.45 . 
6 square yards existing flag- 
ging crosswalks relaid, 
grout joints, including 
concrete base, @ $1.45 . 
940 square yards bitulithic wear- 
ing surface furnished and 
laid, including concrete 
base, @ $2.39 . 
4 covers reset @j $3 



$1 70 
1 12 



1 20 



5 80 



8 70 



2,246 60 
12 00 



$22 66 

38 50 

60 

8 56 

10 77 

$81 09 
7 50 

$73 59 



2,277 12 



J,350 71 



Prince street, from Pond street to Arborway. Length, 1,393 linear feet. 
Area, 4,024 square yards. Roadway paved with asphalt on a 6-inch 
concrete base, edgestone set and artificial stone sidewalks constructed. 

Engineering $308 60 

Inspection 

Engineering expense 

Advertising 

Edgestone, 287 feet 6 inches straight, 10 small 
corners and 47 i feet circular .... 
Blocks, 800 old granite . • • 



129 50 
5 75 

7 02 


200 69 
16 00 



Carried forward 



$667 56 



Public Works Department. 



323 



Brought forward 
Lumber 
Teaming 

Labor, making templets 
Labor, handling stock 
Amount paid Charles J. Jacobs 
under contract : 
2,212 cubic yards earth exca- 
vation @ 35c. . 
307 linear feet straight edge- 
stone and corners 
hauled and set @ 17c., 
47 Unear feet circular edge- 
stone set @ 15c. 
175 Unear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 12c. 
24 square yards granite 
block paving hauled 
and laid, grout joints, 
@ 50c. . . . . 
3 square yards granite 
block paving relaid, 
gravel joints, @ 40c. . 
17 square yards granite 
block paving hauled 
and laid, grout joints, 
including concrete 

base, @ $1.50 . . 25 50 

4,079 square yards concrete 
base, bituminous con- 
crete binder and as- 
phalt wearing surface 
furnished and laid @ 



$667 56 

3 56 

50 

11 50 

2 59 



Company, 


$774 20 


52 


19 


7 


05 


21 


00 


12 


00 


1 


20 



$2.14 . . . _ . 


8,729 06 


15,693 square feet artificial 




stone sidewalks fur- 




nished and laid @ 




lOic 


1,647 77 


283 square feet artificial 




stone driveways fvu-- 




nished and laid @ 




12ic 


35 38 


23 covers reset @ $3 . 


69 00 


Extra work — Omit the 




hauhng and setting 




of straight edgestone 




and substitute the fur- 




nishing and setting of 




same: 




2,295 linear feet straight edge- 




stone furnished and set 




@ 97c. . . . . 


2,226 15 


Extra work — ■ Furnish, 




place and seed loam 




spaces : 




169 square yards loam space 




furnished, placed and 




seeded @ $1 . . 


169 00 




lO, *Dt7 OU 




$14,455 21 



324 



City Document No. 26. 



* Public Alley No. 809, from Batavia street to Gainsborough street. 
Length, 220 Unear feet. Area, 228 square yards. Roadway payed 
with Hassam block on a 6-inch concrete base, edgestone set with 
concrete backing and artificial stone sidewalks constructed. 

Engineering 

Inspection 



Engineering expense . 

Advertising .... 

Edgestone, 296 feet 10 inches straight and 1 

large corner 
Flagging, 18 feet granite 
Bricks, 1,000 sidewalk 
Labor, handling stock 
Amount paid A. H. Archer, under contract: 
163 cubic yards earth excava- 
tion @ 7oc. 
222 linear feet straight edgestone 
and corners hauled and 
set @ 18c. 
14 linear feet special edgestone 
and fender posts set @ 

25c 

88 linear feet existing edgestone 

reset @ 15c. 
153 linear feet straight edgestone 
haviled and set in cement 
@ 45c. . . . . 
372 linear feet concrete backing 
for edgestone furnished 
and placed @, 20c. . 
29 square yards existing granite 
block paving relaid @ 45c . , 
191 square yards Hassam block 
pavement furnished and 
laid @ $3.10 . . 
8 square yards existing flag- 
ging crosswalks relaid @ 
$1.35 . . . . _ . 
52 square yards existing brick 
sidewalks relaid @ 43c., 
93 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks furnished and 
laid @ lie. 
Concrete waUs furnished 
and buUt .... 
Extra work — Cut out sheet 
piling over sewer trench: 
32 hours' labor @ 25c. . 
Plus 15 per cent on $8 
Extra work — Excavate and 
remove old edgestone from 
Public Alley No. 809 to 
Public Alley No. 810: 
16 hours, foreman, @ 62|c. 
128 hours' labor @ 25c. . 
Plus 15 per cent on $42 
Extra work — Cut and re- 
move foundation walls : 
20 hours, stonecutter, @ 62^c., 
Plus 15 per cent on $12.50, 



$122 25 



39 96 



3 50 
13 20 



68 85 



74 40 
13 05 



592 10 



10 80 
22 36 



10 23 
175 00 



8 00 
1 20 



10 00 

32 00 

6 30 



12 50 

1 88 



$105 50 
97 50 
2 00 
2 50 



171 40 

6 48 
12 50 

4 77 



1,217 58 



$1,620 23 



* Done in connection with Public Alley No.1.810 and Public Alley No. 811. 



Public Works Department. 



325 



* Public Allezj No. 810, from Public Alley No. 809 to Public Alley No. 811. 
Length, 640 linear feet. Area, 614 square yards. Roadway payed 
with Hassam block on a 6-inch concrete base, edgestone set with 
concrete bacldng and artificial stone sidewalks constructed. 



Engineering 




$127 


22 


Inspection 




115 


00 


Engineering expense . 




1 


95 


Advertising 




2 


50 


Edgestone, 1,164 feet straight . 




680 


93 


Labor, handling stock 




5 


02 


Amount paid A. H. Archer, under contract: 






666 cubic yards earth excava- 








tion @ 75c. . 


$499 50 






1,070 linear feet straight edge- 








stone and corners hauled 








and set @ 18c. 


192 60 






45 linear feet special edge- 








stone and fender posts 








set @ 25c. 


11 25 






294 linear feet existing edge- 








stone reset @ 15c. 


44 10 






1,323 linear feet concrete back 








for edgestone furnished 








and placed @ 20c. 


264 60 






614 square yards Hassam 








block pavement fur- 








nished and laid @ $3.10, 


1,903 40 






Extra work— Cut out sheet 








piling: 








320 hours' labor @ 25c. . 


80 00 






Plus 15 per cent on $80 . 


12 00 






Extra work — Excavate 








and remove old edge- 








stone : 








16 hours' labor @ 25c. . 


4 00 






Plus 15 per cent on $4 . 


60 






16 hours, double team, @ 








75c 


12 00 






Extra work — Cut and re- 








move foundation walls: 








32 hours, stonecutter, @ 








62ic 


20 00 






Plus 15 per cent on $20 . 


3 00 










3,047 


05 







5,979 67 



t Public Alley No. 811, from Batavia street to Gainsborough street. 
Length, 190 Unear feet. Area, 208 square yards. Roadway paved 
with Hassam block on a 6-inch concrete base, edgestone set with 
concrete backing and artificial stone sidewalks constructed. 



Engineering 

Inspection 


$76 30 
97 50 


Engineering expense 

Edgestone, 497 feet straight and 1 large 
corner 


60 
307 70 


Flagging 

Advertising 

Labor, handling stock 


6 48 
2 50 
4 73 


Carried forward 


$495 81 



* Done in connection with Public Alley No. 809 and Public Alley No. 811. 
t Done in connection with Public Alley No. 809 and Public Alley No. 810. 



326 City Document No. 26. 



Brought forward 




$495 81 


Amount paid to A. H. Archer, under contract: 




112 cubic yards earth excava- 






tion @ 75c. . 


$84 00 




337 Hnear feet straight edge- 






stone and corners hauled 






and set @ 18c. 


60 66 




8 linear feet special edge- 






stone and fender posts 






set @ 25c. 


2 00 




45 linear feet existing edge- 




• 


stone reset @ 15c. 


6 75 




327 linear feet concrete back- 






ing for edgestone fur- 






nished and placed @ 






20c 


65 40 




14 square yards existing 






granite block paving 






relaid @ 45c. 


6 30 




190 square yards Hassam 






block pavement fur- 






nished and laid @ $3.10, 


589 00 




8 square ' yards existing 






flagging crosswalks re- 






laid @ $1.35 . 


10 80 




142 square feet artificial stone 






sidewalks furnished and 






laid @ He. . 


15 62 




Extra work — Cut sheet 






piling over sewer trench: 






40 hours' labor @ 25c. . 


10 00 




Plus 15 per cent on $10 . 


1 50 




Extra work — Cut and re- 






move foundation walls: 






12 hours, stonecutter, @ 






62ic 


7 50 




Plus 15 per cent on $7.50, 


1 12 


860 65 







$1,356 46 

Public Alley No. 908, from Massachusetts avenue to Marlborough street. 
Length, 545 linear feet. Area, 495 square yards. Edgestone set, 
alley subgraded, roadway paved with brick block on 6-inch concrete 
base, artificial stone sidewalks laid. 



Engineering 




$89 85 


Inspection 




182 00 


Engineering expense . 




2 50 


Advertising . . . 




5 50 


Edgestone, 21 feet straight, 1 large corner and 




16 feet 7 inches circular 




34 78 


Labor, handling stock 




31 


Amount paid Boston Contracting Company, 




under contract: 






20 Unear feet straight edge- 






stone hauled and set @ 






20c 


$4 00 




17 linear feet circular edge- 






stone set @ 20c. . 


3 40 




1,052 linear feet existing edge- 






stone reset @ 10c. 


105 20 





Carried forward . . . $112 60 $314 94 



Public Works Department. 327 

Brought forward . . . $112 60 $314 94 

2 square yards granite block 
paving laid, grout joints, 
including concrete base, 
@ $1.50 .... 3 00 

493 square yards concrete base 
and brick block pave- 
ment furnished and laid 
@ $2.60 . .•.•.- 1,281 80 

31 square yards existing brick 

sidewalks re' aid @ 25c., 7 25 

3,415 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks furnished and 
laid @ 12c. ... 409 80 

Extra work — Regulate 
catch-basins and man- 
hole covers to grade: 
6 covers reset @ $3 . . 18 00 

1,832 95 

$2,147 89 

Puritan avenue, from Richfield street to an unnamed street. (Work done 
in 1914.) 

Engineering expense $0 30 

Public Alley No. 903, from Haviland street to Public Alley No. 904. 
(Work not started.) 

Engineering $47 00 

Engineering expense 85 

Advertising 1 85 

$49 70 



Public Alley No. 904, from Bickerstaff street to Public Alley No. 903. 
(Work not started.) 

Engineering $38 30 

Engineering expense 1 85 

Advertising 05 



$40 20 

Queen street, from King street to Claymont terrace. (Work done in 1914.) 

Engineering expense $0 55 

Advertising . ' 6 64 

$7 19 

Randall street, from Harrison avenue to Albany street. Length, 610 
linear feet. Area, 1,540 square yards. (Work not finished.) Nine 
hundred and thirty-seven feet edgestone set and 40 square yards 
concrete base laid. 



Engineering 


$81 82 


Engineering expense 


1 25 


Advertising 


2 16 


Edgestone, 1,122 feet 8 inches straight and 




75 feet 4 inches circular .... 


819 98 


Gravel, 30J tons 


21 66 


Cement, | barrel 


1 45 



Carried forward $928 32 



328 



City Document No. 26. 



Brought forward 








$928 32 


Lumber .... 








3 14 


Teaming .... 








104 66 


Steam roller 








6 50 


Labor, edgestone excavating 








385 00 


Labor, edgestone setting . 








250 25 


Labor, roadway excavating 








415 00 


Labor, mixing concrete 








191 69 


Labor, grading walks . 








7 50 
$2,292 06 



Rawston road, from Metropolitan avenue to Ethel street. Length, 427 
Linear feet. Area, 1,267 square yards. Tar macadam roadway con- 
structed, edgestone set, flagging crosswalks laid, block gutters relaid 
and artificial stone sidewalks constructed, part with loam spaces. 



Engineering 




$103 66 


Inspection 




39 48 


Engineering expense .... 




1 80 


Advertising 




6 25 


Flagging, 133 feet 3 inches North River . 


95 94 


Edgestone, 797 feet straight and 45 feet circular, 


502 06 


Labor, handling stock 




12 00 


Amount paid to Thomas Kelley & Co 


, under 




contract: 






Removing trees, bushes, etc.. 


$0 00 ' 




571 cubic yards earth excava- 






tion @ 40c. . 


288 40 




10 cubic yards water box ex- 






cavation @ $1 


10 00 




787 Unear feet straight edge- 






stone hauled and set @ 






16c 


125 92 




45 hnear feet circular edge- 






stone set @ 15c. . 


6 75 




58 hnear feet existing edge- 






stone reset @, 10c. 


5 90 




321 square yards granite block 






paving furnished and 






laid @ $1.90 . 


609 90 




31 square yards flagging cross- 






walks hauled and laid @ 







961 square yards bituminous 
macadam furnished and 
placed, tar binder, @ 

65c 

4,880 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks furnished and 
laid @ 13c. . 
5 covers reset @ $3 . 

107 square yards loam space 
furnished, placed and 
seeded @ 10c. 



31 00 



624 65 



634 40 
15 00 



10 70 



2,302 62 



5,063 81 



Raven street, from Crescent avenue southerly. Length, 444 linear feet. 
Area, 1,283 square yards. Roadway paved with bitulithic on a 6-inch 
concrete base, edgestone set and reset, flagging crosswalks relaid on 
concrete base and artificial stone sidewalks constructed. 



Public Works Department. 



329 



Engineering . 






$88 74 


Inspection . 






54 25 


Engineering expense . 






1 71 


Advertising . 






6 25 


Bricks, 200 second-hand 






1 40 


Blocks, 500 old granite 






10 00 


Lumber 






3 65 


Flagging, 55 feet North River . 




40 43 


Edgestone, 94| feet straight, 9? 


feet circular 


63 73 


Labor, handling stock 




2 24 


Labor, making templets 




8 25 


Amount paid James Doherty, under contract 




3 cubic yards water box ex- 






cavation @ $1 


$3 00 


94 linear feet straight edge- 






stone and corners 






hauled and set @ 21c., 


19 74 


9 linear feet circular edge- 






stone set @ 17c. . 


1 53 


62 hnear feet existing edge- 






stone reset @ 15c. 


9 30 


8 square yards granite block 






paving hauled and laid, 






grout joints, including 






concrete base, @ $1.60, 


12 80 


1 1 square yards flagging 






crosswalks hauled and 






laid, grout joints, in- 






cluding concrete base, 






@ $1.60 .... 


17 60 


1,264 square yards b i t u 1 i t h i c 






wearing surface f u r - 






nished and laid, includ- 






ing concrete base, @ 






$2.36 .... 


2,983 04 


11 square yards existing brick 






sidewalks laid @ 30c. . 


3 30 


1,040 square feet artificial stone 






sidewalks furnished and 






laid @ 13c. . 


135 20 • 


4 covers reset @ $3 . 


12 00 


Extra work — Dress old 






edgestone where directed : 






4| hours, stonecutter, @ 62^c. 


2 81 


Plus 15 per cent on $2.81, 


42 


Extra work — Haul side- 






walk bricks from South 






Boston Paving Yard : 






2 hours, double team, @ 75c. 


1 50 






3,202 24 







$3,482 89 



Redfield street, from Port Norfolk street to Walnut street. Length, 220 
linear feet. Area, 470 square yards. Macadam roadway constructed, 
6 inches deep, 85 square yards gutter paved, 39 square yards cross- 
walks paved, 87 feet edgestone set and reset. 



Engineering . 
Engineering expense 
Advertising . 



$59 60 

1 10 

2 00 



Carried forward 



$62 70 



330 



City Document No. 26. 



Brought forward .... 
Crushed stone, 72J tons 

Gravel 

Blocks, 325 old granite 

Edgestone, 56 feet straight and 27^ 

circular 

Steam roller 

Teaming 

Flagging, 34 feet 6 inches North River 
Labor, edgestone excavating 
Labor, edgestone setting . 
Labor, gutter excavating . 
Labor, gutter paving .... 
Labor, roadway excavating 
Labor, macadam spreading 
Removal of trees .... 

Labor, relaying crosswalks 



started.) 



Engineering . 
Engineering expense 
Advertising . 





$62 70 






87 09 






2 94 






6 50 




feet 


44 28 

71 50 

317 50 

12 42 

68 52 

75 08 

19 00 

41 25 

584 73 

157 18 

30 53 

28 00 


$1,600 22 






Montview 


street. 

$79 78 

50 

2 17 


(Work not 
$82 45 



Ridgewood street, from Topliff street to Draper street. Length, 1,075 linear 
feet. Area, 3,106 square yards. Roadway paved with bitulithic on a 
6-inch concrete base, edgestone set and reset, flagging crosswalks 
relaid and artificial stone sidewalks constructed. 



Engineering 


$183 33 


Inspection 


78 75 


Engineering expense 


3 35 


Advertising 


5 80 


Edgestone, 38 feet straight, 39 feet circular 


62 88 


Flagging 


3 26 


Lumber 


3 92 


Labor, handling stock .... 


1 26 


Labor, making templets .... 


8 25 


Teaming 


4 75 




$355 55 


Credit: Blocks, old granite, 900 


18 00 



Amount paid James Doherty, under contract : 
Removing trees, bushes, 

etc $1 00 

787 cubic yards earth excava- 
tion @ 50c. . . . 393 50 
2 cubic yards rock excava- 
tion @ $3 . . . 6 00 
38 linear feet straight edge- 
stone and corners hauled 
and set @ 21c. . . 7 98 
40 linear feet circular edge- 
stone set @ 15c. . . 6 00 
331 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 12c. 



Carried forward 



39 72 

$454 20 



57 55 



$337 55 



Public Works Department. 331 

Brought forward _. . . $454 20 $337 55 

10 square yards existing gran- 

ite block paving relaid 

@ 40c. ... . 4 00 

15 square yards existing gran- 
ite block paving relaid, 

grout joints, including 

concrete base, @, $1.25, 18 75 

23 square yards existing flag- 
ging crosswalks relaid, 

grout joints, including 

concrete base @ $1.25 . 28 75 

3,075 square yards concrete base 

and bitulithic wearing 

surface furnished and 

laid @ $2.21 . . . 6,795 75 

1,963 square feet artificial stone 

sidewalks furnished and 

laid @ 12c. ... 235 56 

11 covers reset @ $3 . . 33 00 
Extra work — Regrade 

over sewer trench and 
rebuild two manholes : 

8 hours, mason, @ 62ic. . 5 00 

36 hours' labor @ 25c. . . 9 00 

Plus 15 per cent on $14 . 2 10 
4 hours, double team, @ 

75c. .... 3 00 

400 bricks @ $10 per M. . 4 00 
4 bags Portland cement 

@, 50c 2 00 

20 cubic feet sand @ 5c. . 1 00 

— 7,596 11 

$7,933 66 



Ripley road, from Harvard street to Vassar street. (Work not started.) 

Engineering $64 36 

Engineering expense 40 

$64 76 



Ronald street, from Brinsley street about 263 feet easterly. Length, 260 
Unear feet. Area, 770 square yards. Tar macadam roadway con- 
structed, edgestone set and reset, block gutters paved, brick side- 
walks relaid and artificial stone sidewalks constructed. 

Engineering $48 76 

Inspection 

Engineering expense .... 

Advertising 

Edgestone, 268 feet 10 inches straight, 2 small 
corners and 94 feet circular 

Blocks 

Bricks, 2,550 sidewalk 
Labor, handling stock 

Amount paid James Doherty, under contract : 
Removing trees, bushes, 

etc $27 00 

380 cubic yards earth excava- 
tion @ 50c. ... 190 00 

Carried forward . . . $217 00 $503 79 



98 


00 


2 


85 


8 


15 


196 


32 


116 


00 


29 


58 


4 


13 



332 City Document No. 26. 



Brought forward . . . $217 00 $503 79 

267 linear feet straight edge- 
stone and corners 
hauled and set @ 19c., 50 73 

8 linear feet circular edge- 
stone set @ 15c. . . 1 20 
240 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 13c. . 31 20 
165 square yards granite block 
paving hauled and laid 
@ 61c. ... . 100 65 
22 square yards existing gran- 
ite block paving relaid 
@ 50c. ... . 11 00 
12 square yards existing flag- 
ging crosswalks relaid 

@ 50c 6 00 

554 square yards bituminous 
macadam surface fur- 
nished and placed (tar 
binder) @ 77c. . . 426 58 

142 square yards existing brick 

sidewalks relaid @ 30c., 42 60 

2,109 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks furnished and 
laid @ 13|c. ... 284 72 

5 covers reset @ $3 . . 15 00 

Wood fence and bulkhead 

built .... 87 00 

Section 1, Article E, of 
Specifications: 
32 tons paving blocks hauled 
from Charles River ave- 
nue, 2 5 miles overhaul, 
per half mile per ton @ 
lie 17 60 



1,291 28 
— — $1,795 07 



Riverview road, from Brooks street to Raleigh road. (Work done in 1915.) 
Engineering expense $0 30 

Roach street, hom Dorchester avenue to Pleasant street. (Work done in 
1915.) 

Engineering expense $0 30 

* Rosecliff street, from Washington street to Kittredge street. Length, 687 
hnear feet. Area, 1,985 square yards. Tar macadam roadway con- 
structed, edgestone set, flagging crosswalks laid and artificial stone 
sidewalks constructed. 

Engineering 

Inspection 

Engineering expense .... 

Advertising 

Edgestone, 1,460 feet straight and 49 1 
circular 

Flagging, 190 feet North River 



Carried forward 



feet 



98 


00 


1 


70 


3 


00 


910 


24 


139 


65 



L,256 35 



* Done in connection with Kittredge street 



Public Works Department. 333 

Brought forward $1,256 35 

Blocks, 835 old granite 16 70 

Labor, handling stock 34 37 

Amount paid Martino DeMatteo, under con- 
tract : 

Removing trees, bushes, 

etc $0 01 

533 cubic yards earth excava- 
tion @ 38c. . . . 202 54 
1,237 linear feet straight edge- 
stone and corners hauled 
and set @ 22c. . . 272 14 
64 linear feet circular edge- 
stone set @ 14c. . . 8 96 
31 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ Ic. . . 31 

28 square yards granite block 

paving hauled and laid 

@ 70c. ... . 19 60 

29 square yards existing gran- 

ite block paving relaid 
@ * . . . . GO 

41 square yards flagging 
crosswalks hauled and 
laid @ $1.10 . . . 45 10 

1,970 square yards bituminous 
macadam furnished and 
placed @ 70c. . . 1,379 00 

7,977 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks furnished and 
laid @ 13|c. . . . 1,076 90 

55 square feet artificial stone 
driveways furnished and 
laid @ 14c. ... 7 70 

9 covers reset @ $3 . . 27 00 

Extra work — Regulate 
sewer manholes : 
2 manholes regulated @ 

$7.50 .... 15 00 

Extra work — Remove 
edgestone already set 
and construct driveway 
as directed: 
I day, edgestone setter, @ $5, 1 88 

I day, helper, @ $2.50 . 1 87 

Plus 15 per cent on $3.75, 56 

3,058 57 

$4,365 99 



Rosewood street, from Oakland street to Randolph road. Length, 1,529 
linear feet. Area, 6,795 square yards. Edgestone set and artificial 
stone sidewalks constructed. (Work unfinished.) 

Engineering 

Inspection 

Engineering expense 

Advertising 

Edgestone, 1,801 feet straight, 19 feet circular 
and 4 small corners 

Carried forward $1,404 14 

* No price bid for this kind of work. 



$213 66 

100 00 

3 85 

6 36 

1,080 27 



\ 



334 



City Document No. 26. 



Brought forward 




$1,404 


14 


Labor, handling stock 




27 


83 


Amount paid John Kelly Company, under 






contract : 








Removing trees, bushes, 








stumps, etc. (unfinished), 


$20 00 






450 cubic yards earth excava- 








tion @ 39c. . 


175 50 






80 cubic yards rock excava- 








tion @ $2 


160 00 






1,200 hnear feet straight edge- 








stone and corners hauled 








and set @ 19c. 


228 00 






19 Unear feet circular edge- 








stone set @ 10c. . 


1 90 






7,800 square feet artificial stone 








sidewalks furnished and 








laid (unfinished) @ 3c., 


234 00 








$819 40 




Less 15 per cent retained, 


122 91 










696 


49 







J, 128 46 



Rowe street, from Ashland street to Brown avenue. Length, 1,488 linear 
feet. Area, 4,313 square yards. Asphalt macadam roadway con- 
structed, edgestone set, flagging crosswalks laid and artificial stone 
sidewalks constructed. 



Engineering .... 
Inspection .... 
Engineering expense . 
Advertising .... 
Edgestone, 2 small corners 
Labor, handling stock 
Amount paid West Roxbury Trap Rock 
Company, under contract: 
Removing trees, biishes, 

etc $75 00 

2,868 cubic yards earth exca- 
vation @, 37|c. . . 1,075 60 

13 cubic yards rock excava- 

tion @ $5 . . . 65 00 

2,829 linear feet straight edge- 
stone and corners 
hauled and set @ 25c., 707 25 

114 linear feet circular edge- 
stone set @ 20c. . . 22 80 

14 Unear feet existing edge- 

stone reset @ 15c. . 2 10 

1,075 linear feet crushed stone 

and concrete founda- 
tion furnished and 

placed @ 15c. . . 161 25 

1,056 square yards granite 

block paving hauled 

and laid @ 75c. . . 792 00 

5 square yards existing 

granite block paving 

relaid @ 25c. . . 1 25 



$58 26 

33 25 

1 60 

5 75 

7 20 

10 



Carried forward 



2,902 15 



$106 16 



Public Works Department. 335 

Brought forward . . . $2,902 15 $106 16 

56 square yards flagging 
crosswalks hauled and 
laid@$l . . _ . 56 00 

3 square yards existing 
flagging crosswalks 
relaid@50c. . . 1 50 

3,350 square yards bituminous 
macadam surface fur- 
nished and placed (as- 
phalt binder) @ 70c., 2,345 00 
18,019 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks furnished and 
laid @ 13|c. . . 2,432 57 
181 square feet artificial 
stone driveways fur- 
nished and laid @ 20c., 36 20 
18 covers reset @ $3 . . 54 00 
Extra work — Lower man- 
hole and catch-basin 
covers over 6-inches: 
7f days, mason, @ $6 . . 46 50 
8| days, tender, @ $2.50 . 21 25 
Plus 15 per cent on 

$67.75 . . . , 10 16 

1,500 bricks @ $11 per M. . 16 50 

7 barrels cement @ $2 . 14 00 

2 double loads sand @ $2, 4 00 

Extra work — ■ Haul pav- 
ing blocks from Charles 
River avenue: 
24 loads paving blocks 

hauled @ $6.25 . . 150 00 

Extra work — Slope 
banks as directed: 
7 days, foreman, @ $5 . 35 00 

56 J days' labor @, $2 . . 112 50 

Plus 15 pel cent on 

$147.50 ... 22 13 . 

5| days, double team, @ $6, 33 00 

7f days, single team, @ 

$3.50 .... 27 13 

Extra work — Remove 
edgestone already set 
and construct drive- 
way as directed: 
I day, paver, @ $5 . . 2 50 

f day, helper, @ $2.50 . 1 88 

f day's labor @ $2 . . 1 50 

Plus 15 per cent on $5.88, 88 



5,326 35 



Less amount paid in 

1914 .... 5,029 36 



3,296 99 
$3,403 15 



Rowell street, from Hancock street to Gushing avenue. 

Engineering 

St. Albans road, from Francis street to Huntington avenue. 
Engineering 




336 



City Document No. 26. 



St. Andrew road, from Bayswater street to Washbiirn avenue. Length, 
1,202 linear feet. Area, 3,602 square yards. Asphalt macadam road- 
way constructed, edgestone set and reset, granite block gutters laid, 
flagging crosswalks laid and artificial stone sidewalks constructed. 
(Work unfinished.) 



Engineering 

Inspection 

Engineering expense 

Advertising 

Edgestone, 2,317 feet 4 inches straight and 80 

feet 6 inches circular 

Flagging, 276 feet North River 

Blocks, 1,900 old granite 

Amount paid to James Doherty, under con- 
tract : 

Removing trees, bushes, 

etc 

850 cubic yards earth excava- 
tion @ 53c. . 
2,284 linear feet straight edge- 
stone set @ 9c. . 
62 linear feet circular edge- 
stone set @ 15c. . 
45 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 14c._ , 
45 square yards granite 
block paving hauled 
and laid @ 45c. . _ . 
30 square yards existing 
granite block paving 
relaid @ 50c. 
55 square yards flagging 
crosswalks haviled and 
laid @ 53c. . 
30 square yards existing flag- 
ging crosswalks relaid 

@ 50c 

3,433 square yards bituminous 
macadam surface fur- 
nished and placed (as- 
phalt binder) (^ 91c. . 
14,945 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks fvu-nished and 
laid @ 12c. . . 
54 square feet artificial stone 
driveways furnished 
and laid @ 12c. . 
13 covers reset @ $3 . 



SO 01 

450 50 

205 56 

9 30 

6 30 



20 25 



15 00 



29 15 



15 00 



3,124 03 



1,793 40 



6 48 
39 00 



Less 15 per cent retained, 



5,713 98 
857 10 



$87 66 

129 50 

3 30 

8 14 

1,841 37 

126 23 

38 00 



4,856 88 



$7,091 08 



St. Francis de Sales street, from Cabot street to Roxbury street. (Work done 
in 1914.) 

Engineering expense $0 30 

St. Lukes road, from Commonwealth avenue to Brighton avenue. (Work 
done in 1914.) 

Engineering expense $0 15 



Public Works Department. 



337 



St. Rose street, extended to South street. 

Engineering . . ■ . 
Engineering expense .... 
Advertising 



(Work not started.) 

S49 02 
40 

1 87 



$51 29 



St. William street, from Dorchester avenue to Auckland street. Length, 
327 linear feet. Area, 923 square yards. Asphalt pavement laid on 
6-inch concrete base, artificial stone sidewalks laid, 1,014 square 
yards concrete base laid, 258 square yards block paving relaid, 305 feet 
edgestone set and 133 feet reset. 

Engineering .... 

Inspection .... 

Advertising .... 

Cement, 122 barrels . 

Sand, 30 cubic yards . 

Gravel 

Crushed stone, 149 tons 

Flagging .... 

Blocks 

Bricks 

Edgestone, 305 feet 3 inches straight and 9 feet 
10 inches circular . 

Lumber 

Hardware .... 

Steam roller 

Teaming . . . . 

Labor, edgestone excavating 

Labor, edgestone setting . 

Labor, roadway excavating 

Labor, concrete base . 

Labor, repaving roadway . 

Labor, excavating crosswalks 
- Labor, relaying crosswalks 

Labor, excavating gutters . 

Labor, gutter repaving 

Labor, making templets 

Labor, handling stock 

Amount paid Jeremiah J. Sullivan, under con- 
tract : 

923 square yards bituminous 
concrete binder and as- 
phalt wearing sm-face 
furnished and laid @ 
$1.51 .... $1,393 73 

2,539 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks furnished and 
laid @ 15c. ... 380 85 



104 


98 


3 


50 


6 


67 


167 


06 


34 


50 


9 


90 


191 


91 


46 


80 


1 


60 


2 


50 


188 


12 


2 


21 


23 75 


130 


00 


318 


12 


101 


00 


77 


96 


440 


15 


510 


31 


48 


83 


31 


67 


75 66 


4 25 


8 


00 


11 


00 


4 49 



1,774 68 



t,319 52 



Sanger street, from East Seventh street to East Eighth street. Length, 
266 linear feet. Area, 782 square yards. Edgestone set, street sub- 
graded, roadway surfaced with tar macadam, brick sidewalks laid, 
flagging crosswalks laid. 



Engineering . 
Inspection 
Engineering expense 

Carried forward 



$88 97 

42 00 

1 25 

$132 22 



338 City Document No. 26. 



Brought forward 




$132 22 


Advertising 




6 


20 


Flagging, 4 feet . 




2 


88 


Edgestone, 240 feet straight and 40 feet 3 






inches circular .... 




184 


71 


Bricks, 1,300 sidewalk 




150 


80 


Labor, handling stock 




3 


96 


Amount paid Clark & Gore, 


under con- 






tract : 








Removing trees, bushes, 








etc 


$5 00 






173 cubic yards earth excava- 








tion @ 59c. . 


102 07 






240 hnear feet straight edge- 








stone and corners hauled 








and set @ 18c. 


43 20 






41 linear feet circular edge- 








stone reset @, 12c. 


4 92 






270 linear feet existing edge- 








stone reset @ 12c. 


32 40 






119 square yards existing 








granite block paving 








relaid @ 45c. 


53 55 






1 square yard flagging cross- 








walk hauled and laid @ 








73c. . . . . 


73 






20 square yards existing flag- 








ging crosswalks relaid @ 








45c. ..... 


9 00 






642 square yards bituminous 








macadam surface fur- 








nished and placed (tar 








binder) @ 83c. 


532 86 






220 square yards brick side- 








walks laid @ 27c. 


59 40 






.120 square yards existing brick 








sidewalks relaid @ 27c., 


32 40 






.3 covers reset @ $3 . 


9 00 










884 


53 







1,365 30 



Saville street, from Park street to Stratford street. (Work not started.) 

Engineering $26 00 

Engineering expense 50 

$26 50 



Saybrook street, from Market street to Dustin street. Length, 1,380 
Unear feet. Area, 4,185 square yards. Edgestone set, street sub- 
graded. Roadway surfaced with asphalt macadam and artificial 
stone sidewalks laid. 

Engineering . 
Inspection 
Engineering expense 
Advertising . 

Edgestone, 2,531 feet straight and 153 feet 
circular and 2 small and 1 large corners 

Carried forward . . . . . . $2,110 15 



$140 84 

92 75 

4 05 

8 00 


1,864 


51 



Public Works Department. 339 



Brought forward 
Flagging, 64 feet . 
Labor, handling stock 



Credit: Blocks, 1,050 old granite 



Amount paid J. C. Coleman & Sons Com- 
pany, under contract: 

Removing trees, bushes, 

etc $5 00 

1,907 cubic yards earth excava- 
tion @ 40c. . . . 762 80 
2,522 linear feet straight edge- 
stone and corners hauled 
and set @ 20c. . 504 40 
146 linear feet circular edge- 
stone set @ 20c. . . 29 20 
32 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 15c. . 4 80 
51 square yards existing 
granite block paving re- 
laid @ 35c. ... 17 85 
14 square yards flagging 
crosswalks hauled and 
laid @ $1 . . . 14 00 
8 square yards existing 
flagging crosswalks re- 
laid @ 50c. ... 4 00 
4,112 square yards bituminous 
macadam surface fur- 
nished and placed 
(asphalt binder) @ 74c., 3,042 88 
16,351 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks furnished and 
laid @ 13c. . . . 2,125 63 
63 square feet artificial stone 
driveways furnished and 
laid @ 13c. ... 8 19 



$2,110 

43 

1 


15 
37 
00 


$2,154 52 
21 00 



},133 52 



6,518 75 
$8,652 27 



Schiller road, from Rockland street to Dedham line. Length, 652 linear 
feet. Area, 1,884 square yards. Tar macadam roadway con- 
structed, edgestone set, flagging crosswalks laid and artificial stone 
sidewalks constructed. 

Engineering $292 61 

Inspection 

Engineering expense .... 

Advertising 

Flagging, 86 feet 4 inches North River 

Edgestone, 928 feet straight, 56 feet 6 inches 
circular and 4 small corners . 

Teaming 

Labor, handling stock 

Amount paid West Roxbury Trap Rock Com- 
pany, under contract: 

Removing trees, bushes, 

etc $25 00 



236 


25 


5 


70 


4 


20 


62 


16 


669 83 


4 


46 


4 


05 



Carried forward ... $25 00 $1,279 26 



340 City Document No. 26. 

Brought forward ... $25 00 $1,279 26 

■ 568 cubic yards earth exca- 
vation @ 40c. . . 227 20 
152 cubic yards rock excava- 
tion @ $3 . . . 456 00 
881 cubic yards filling fur- 
nished @ 50c. . . 440 50 
838 linear feet straight edge- 
stone and corners 
hauled and set @ 22c., 184 36 
63 linear feet circular edge- 
stone set @ 15c. . . 9 45 
1,916 square yards bituminous 
macadam surface fur- 
nished and placed (tar 
binder) @ 50c. . . 958 00 
7,844 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks furnished and 
laid @ 13c. . . . 1,019 72 
119 square feet artificial stone 
driveways furnished 
and laid @ 15c. . . 17 85 
Extra work — Omit the 
hauling and setting of 

straight edgestone and ^ 

substitute the furnish- 
ing and setting of same 
where directed: 
438 feet 2 inches straight edge- 
stone furnished and 
set @ $1 . . . 438 17 

Extra work — Omit the 
hauling and laying of 
flagging from Mt. Ver- 
non Street Yard and 
substitute the hauling 
and laying from Brigh- 
ton Yard: 
3 days, double team, @ $6, 18 00 

17 square yards flagging 

crosswalks laid @ 50c., 8 50 

Extra work ■ — Omit the 
hauling and laying of 
paving blocks and sub- 
stitute the furnishing 
and laying of same: 
1,400 paving blocks furnished 

@ 6c 84 00 

33 square yards granite block 

paving laid @ 50c. . 16 50 

Extra work — Remove 
edgestone already set 
and construct drive- 
way: 
2| hoiirs, edgestone setter, 

@ 62ic. ... 1 56 

14 hours' labor @ 25c. . 3 50 

Plus 15 per cent on $5.06, 76 

Extra work — Grade ap- 
proach at Rockland 
street : 
6 hours, foreman, @ 50c. . 3 00 

Carried forward . . . $3,912 07 $1,279826 



i 



Public Works Department. 341 

$1,279 26 



Brought forward 


$3,912 07 


67 hours' labor @ 25c. 


16 75 


Plus 15 per cent on 




$19.75 .... 


2 96 


9 hours, single team, @ 




43fc 


3 94 


2 hours, steam roller, @ 




$1.87ic. 


3 75 


11,550 pounds crushed stone @ 




$1.50 per ton 


8 66 


42 gallons tar binder @ 7|c., 


3 15 



3,951 28 



5,230 54 



Seaver street, from Humboldt avenue to Blue Hill avenue (southwesterly 
side). Length, 2,618 hnear feet. Area, 10,181 square yards. Earth 
and rock excavated, grading done, wall and trees removed and loam 
spaces constructed. 



Engineering 




$419 88 


Inspection 




287 00 


Engineering expense . 




8 40 


Advertising 




5 30 




$720 58 


Credit: Blocks .... 




8 24 




$712 34 


Amount paid to John Kelly Company, under 




contract : 






164 trees removed @ $6 


$984 00 




5,790 cubic yards earth excava- 






tion @ 50c. . 


2,895 00 




1,856 cubic yards rock excava- 






tion @ $1.60 . 


2,969 60 




2,515 linear feet wall removed 






@ 17^c 


440 13 




3,065 cubic yards loam fur- 






nished, placed and 






graded @ $1.05 . 


3,218 25 




Extra work — Grade 






approaches to Franklin 






Park opposite Hum- 






boldt avenue and Elm 






Hill avenue: 






18f days, foreman, @ $5 


93 75 




2 days, timekeeper, @ $2.50, 


5 00 




175 days' labor @ $2.25 


393 75 




Plus 15 per cent on 






$492.50 .... 


73 88 




44 days, double team, @ $6 . 


264 00 





$11,337 36 
Less amount paid in 

1914 .... 2,516 00 



8,821 36 



),533 70 



Seaver street (southwesterly side), from Walnut avenue to Hvunboldt avenue. 
Length, 1,400 Unear feet. Area, 5,056 square yards. Earth and rock 
excavation done, wall removed and loam spaces constructed. (Work 
unfinished.) 



342 City Document No. 26. 

Engineering $153 59 

Inspection 374 50 

Engineering expense 12 10 

Advertising 1 00 

Amount paid William J. Barry, under contract: 
4,202 cubic yards earth excava- 
tion @ 50c. . . . $2,101 00 
9,063 cubic yards rock excava- 
tion @ $1.50 . . . 13,594 50 
531 linear feet wall removed 



531 00 



Extra work — Haul sur- 
plus material to 
approach to Franklin 
Park and slope banks as 
directed: 
20i days, foreman, @ $5 . 
295 days' labor @ $2.25 . 
21 days, timekeeper, @ $4 . 
Plus 15 per cent on 
51f days, double team, @ 
1 day, auto truck, @ I 



Less 5 per cent retained . 
Less amount paid in 1914, 



Selwyn street, from I 
started.) 

Engineering . 
Engineering expense 
Advertising . 



South Sydney street, from Savin Hill avenue to Bay street. Length, 347 
linear feet. Area, 888 square yards. Tar macadam roadway con- 
structed, edgestone set, flagging crosswalks laid and artificial stone 
sidewalks constructed. 

Engineering 

Inspection 

Engineering expense .... 

Advertising 

Edgestone, 620 feet 5 inches straight and 8 

small corners 

Flagging, 58 feet 2 inches North River 

Blocks 

Labor, handling stock 

Amount paid Charles J. Jacobs Company, 
under contract: 

Removing trees, bushes, 

etc $0 00 

357 cubic yards earth excava- 
tion @ 50c. . . . 178 50 
8 cubic yards water box ex- 
cavation @ $1.50 . . 12 00 



101 25 






663 75 






84 00 






127 35 






310 50 






20 00 






$17,589 55 




879 48 






$16,710 07 




5,884 29 


10,825 78 


$11,366 97 


set 1,174 feet 


easterly. 

$58 38 

50 

1 66 


(Work not 






$60 54 



$84 91 


40 25 


3 


90 


5 


20 


o 

391 


74 


42 


75 


22 


25 


10 97 



Carried forward . . . $190 50 $601 97 



Public Works Department. 343 



Brought forward 


$190 50 $601 97 




634 linear feet straight edge- 






stone and corners 






hauled and set @ 19c., 


120 46 




66 linear feet existing edge- 






stone reset @ 15c. 


9 90 




12 square j'ards granite block 






paving hauled and laid 






@ 60c 


7 20 




17 square yards existing gran- 






ite block paving relaid 






@ 40c 


6 80 




11 square yards flagging cross- 






walks hauled and laid @ 






60c 


6 60 




10 square yards existing flag- 






ging crosswalks relaid @ 






40c 


4 00 




837 square yards bituminous 






macadam surface fur- 






nished and placed, tar 






binder, @, 75c. 


627 75 




21 square yards existing brick 






sidewalks relaid @ 30c., 


6 30 




3,364 square feet artificial stone 






sidewalks fvirnished and 






laid @ 12c. . 


403 68 




216 square feet artificial stone 






driveways furnished and 






laid @ iSc. . 


28 08 




3 covers reset @ $3 . 


9 00 




Extra work — Haul pav- 






ing blocks from Dracut 






street : 






5 day, double team, @ $6 . 


3 00 




Extra work — Trim exist- 






ing edgestone at railroad 






driveway : 






2 hours, stonecutter, @ 62|c. 


1 25 




2 hours' labor @ 25c. 


50 




Plus 15 per cent on $1 .75 . 


26 

1 ^OC OQ 






±,T:^tJ ^O 


$2,027 25 







Southwick street, from Neponset avenue to Freeport street. (Work not 
started.) 

Engineering $23 75 

Engineering expense 75 

Advertising 1 66 

— $26 16 

Spring street, from Gardner street to Webster street. Length, 1,389 
linear feet. Area, 8,457 square feet. Asphalt macadam roadway 
constructed, edgestone set, flagging crosswalks laid and artificial stone 
sidewalks constructed. 

Engineering $342 79 

Inspection 400 75 

Engineering expense 17 35 

Advertising 5 20 



Carried forward $766 09 



344 City Document No. 26. 

Brought forward $766 09 

Edgestone, 1,955 feet straight, 8 large corners 

and 247 feet circular 1,896 37 

Flagging, 72 feet North River .... 51 84 

Blocks 39 30 

Teaming 11 72 

Amount paid West Roxbury Trap Rock Com- 
pany, under contract: 

Removing trees, bushes, 

stumps, etc. . . $1,300 00 

4,295 cubic yards earth excava- 
tion @ 30c. . . . 1,288 50 
4 cubic yards rock excava- 
tion @ $1 . . . 4 00 
2,393 linear feet straight edge- 
stone and corners 
hauled and set @ 21c., 502 53 
248 linear feet circular edge- 
stone set @ 15c. . . 37 20 
139 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 15c. . 20 85 
63 square yards existing 
granite block paving 
relaid @ 25c. . . 15 75 
16 square yards flagging 
crosswalks hauled and 
laid @ $1 . . . 16 00 
31 square yards existing 
flagging crosswalks re- 
laid @ 50c. ... 15 50 
6,112 square yards bituminous 
macadam surface fur- 
nished and placed (as- 
phalt binder) @ 65c., 3,972 80 
30,337 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks furnished and 
laid @ 13c. . . 3,943 81 
441 square feet artificial stone 
driveways furnished 
and laid @ 15c. . 
9 covers reset @ $3 . 
Extra work — • Regulate 
sewer covers over six 
inches : 
6 days, mason, @ $4.50 . 
5| days, tender, @ $2.50 . 
Plus 15 per cent on $41.38, 
1,875 bricks @ $10.50 M. 
22| bags cement @ 50c. 
2| double loads sand @ $2, 
Extra work — Cut sewer 
sheathing to below sub- 
grade of roadway: 
31| days' labor @ $2 . . 63 50 
Plus 15 per cent on 

$63.50 .... 9 53 

Extra work — Remove 
edgestone already set 
and construct drive- 
way: 
1 day, edgestone setter, @ 

$5 . ■ . . . . 5 00 

Carried forward . . . $11,371 65 $2,765 32 



66 


15 


27 


00 


27 


00 


14 


38 


6 


21 


19 


69 


11 


25 


5 


00 



Public Works Department. 345 

Brought forward . . . $11,371 65 $2,765 32 
2\ days, helper, @ $2.50 . 5 63 

Plus 15 per cent on 

$10.63 .... 1 59 

Extra work — Furnish 
granite paving blocks 
as directed: 
600 granite paving blocks 

furnished @ 6c. . . 36 00 

Extra work — Remove 
trees in addition to 
those included in con- 
tract : 
Ij days, foreman, @ $4 . 5 00 

6i days' labor @ $2 . . 12 25 

Plus 15 per cent on 

$17.25 .... 2 59 

1| days, steam roller, @ 

$15 ... . 16 88 

Extra work — Reset edge- 
stone and reconstruct 
crushed stone side- 
walks from Webster 
street southerly and 
from Moreland street 
southerly on account 
of settlement over peat 
bog: 
4§ days, foreman, @ $4 . 18 00 

4j days, edgestone setter, @ 

$5 21 25 

llf days, helper, @ $2.50 . 29 38 

41 days' labor @ $2 . . 82 00 

Plus 15 per cent on 

$150.63 ... 22 59 

6 days, double team, @ 

$6 36 00 



38 tons crushed stone @ 




$1.50 .... 


57 00 


10 nights' hghting @ $1.20, 


12 00 


Extra work — Reconstruct 




macadam roadway at 




southerly approach to 




conform to new loca- 




tion of tracks: 




4i days, foreman, @ $4 


18 00 


491 days' labor @ $2 . 


99 00 


Plus 15 per cent on 




$117 .... 


17 55 


6| days, double team, @ $6, 


39 00 


If days, single team, @ 




$3.50 .... 


5 69 


4 days, steam roller, @ 




$15 .... 


60 00 


195 tons crushed stone @ 




$1.50 .... 


292 50 


11 nights' hghting @ $1.20, 


13 20 


1,449 gallons Bermudez asphalt 




binder @ 18c. 


260 82 



Carried forward . . . $12,535 57 $2,765 32 



346 City Document No. 26. 

Brought forward . . . $12,535 57 $2,765 32 
Extra work — Grade ap- 
proach on Gardner 
street and on Spring 
street north of Gard- 
ner street and recon- 
struct macadam road- 
way and crushed stone 
sidewalks to conform 
to new work: 

8 days, foreman, @ $4 _. 32 00 

1 day, edgestone setter, ^ 



$5 


5 


00 


2 days, helper, @ $2.50 . 


5 


00 


69 days' labor @ $2 . 


138 


00 


Plus 15 per cent on 






$180 .... 


27 


00 


9| days, double team, @ $6, 


57 


00 


3 days, single team, @ 






$3.50 .... 


10 


50 


3§ days, steam roller, @ $15, 


52 


50 


269 5 tons crushed stone @ 






$1.50 .... 


403 


88 


22 nights' Hghting @ $1.20, 


26 


40 


850 gallons Bermudez asphalt 






binder @ 18c. 


153 


00 


Extra work — ■ Furnish 






lights at night during 






suspension of work to 






allow Boston Elevated 






Railway Company to 






lay tracks : 






33 nights' lighting @ $1.20, 


39 


60 


Extra work — Repair de- 






pressions in macadam 






roadway on easterly 






side near Charles street : 






\ day, foreman, @ $4 


1 


00 


1| days' labor @ $2 . 


2 


25 


Plus 15 per cent on 






$3.25 .... 




49 


5 tons crushed stone @ 






$1.50 .... 


7 


50 


Extra work — Furnish 






extra crushed stone on 






account of settlement 






of sewer trench : 






24 tons crushed stone @ 






$1.50 .... 


36 


00 



13,532 69 
$16,298 01 



Spring street, from Webster street to Charles river. Length, 1,528 linear 
feet. Building fence, graded roadway and sloped bank. (Work 
unfinished.) 



Engineering 

Inspection 

Engineering expense . 

Advertising 

Printing 


. , $163 79 

221 00 

4 80 

9 40 

105 15 


Carried forward 


$504 14 



Public Works Department. 



347 



Brought forward .... 

Teaming 

Labor, excavating and grading roadway 
Labor, sloping bank .... 



Credit: Edgestone 



Amount paid McNeil Construction Company, 
under contract: 

Building fence at West Depart- 
ment of Boston City Hospital 
(unfinished) .... $5,600 00 

Less 15 per cent retained . 840 00 



$504 


14 


125 


76 


284 


38 


86 


00 


S1,000 


28 


12 48 



$987 80 



4,760 00 



,747 80 



Stratton street, from Blue Hill avenue to Lucerne street. Length, 892 linear 
feet. Area, 2,657 square yards. Asphalt macadam roadway con- 
structed, edgestone set, flagging crosswalks laid, crushed stone side- 
walks on one side and on the other artificial stone sidewalks were 
constructed. 



feet 



Engineering ...... 

Inspection 

Engineering expense ... 

Advertising 

Flagging, 68 feet North River . 
Edgestone, 793 feet straight and 38 

circular 

Blocks, 350 old granite and 60 crossing 

Teaming 

Labor, handling stock ... 
Amount paid to Charles J. Jacobs Company, 
under pontract : 
613 cubic yards earth excava- 
tion @ 40c. . 
6 cubic yards water box ex- 
cavation @ $1 
794 linear feet straight edge- 
stone and corners hauled 
and set @ 20c. 
39 linear feet circular edge- 
stone set @ 15c. . 
81 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ lie. 
12 square yards granite block 
paving hauled and laid 
© 50c. ... 
61 square yards existing gran- 
ite block paving relaid 
@ 40c. . . . _ . 
12 square yards flagging 
crosswalks . hauled and 
laid @ 60c. . 
34 square yards existing flag- 
ging crosswalks relaid @ 
40c 



$245 20 
6 00 



158 80 
5 70 



8 91 



6 00 



24 40 



7 20 



Carried forward 



13 60 

$475 81 



$229 63 
140 00 

6 05 
5 95 

49 66 

498 19 
14 50 

7 00 
12 76 



$963 74 



348 



City Document No. 26. 



Brought forward 
2,644 square yards bituminous 
macadam siu-face fur- 
nished and placed (as- 
phalt binder) @ 65c. . 
578 square yards crushed stone 
sidewalks furnished and 
placed @ 38c. 
5,354 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks furnished and 
laid @ 12c. . 
9 covers reset @ $3 . 
Extra work — ■ Change the 
Une of edgestone already 
set where directed: 
27 hours' labor @ 25c. . 
Plus 15 per cent on $6.75, 
4 hours, double team, @ 
75c. . . . 

Extra work — Raise 2 
manholes over 6 inches: 
2 manholes raised 



$475 81 



74 



1,718 60 




219 64 




642 48 
27 00 




6 75 
1 01 




3 00 




12 00 


3,106 29 





$4,070 03 



Sturtevant street, from Park street to Gibson street. Length, 560 Unear 
feet. Area, 2,053 square yards. Edgestone set and artificial stone 
sidewalks constructed. (Work unfinished.) No payment made on 
contract. 



Engineering 


$82 91 


Inspection 


72 00 


Engineering expense .... 


1 30 


Advertising 


1 67 


Edgestone, 515 feet straight 


340 97 


Labor, handling stock 


1 20 



$500 05 



Temple street, from Spring street to Ivory street. Length, 1,094 linear 
feet. Area, 3,152 square yards. Earth and rock excavation and 
grading done. 



Engineering . 












$161 87 


Inspection 












341 25 


Engineering expense 












10 55 


Advertising . 












3 85 


Lumber 












10 35 


Nails 












38 


Teaming 












20 00 


Labor on steps 












24 00 


Amount paid to T. Ross & Son, u 


nder con 




tract : 






10 trees removed @ $1 


$10 0( 


) 


7,615 cubic yards earth excava- 






tion @ 33c. . 


2,512 9^ 


) 


1,137 cubic yards rock excava- 






tion @ $1.10 . 


1,470 7( 


) 


Carried forward 








S3,9c 


3 6£ 


$572 25 



* Done in connection with Hillcrest street. 



Public Works Department. 



349 



Brought forward . . . $3,993 65 
Extra work — Remove sur- 
face water on Temple 
street, by pumping into 
sewer : 
9| days, foreman, @ $4.80 . 
151 days, engineer, @ $4.80 . 
28J days' labor @ $2 . 

Plus 15 per cent on $176.50, 

2 days,- double team, @ 

$5.60 .... 

33 days' use of steam pump 

@ $1.50 .... 

15J days' use of boiler @ S3, 

Use of 300 feet of steam 

pipe . . . 
Use of lumber for chute, 

3 tons coal @ $4.75 . 

4 bags cement @ 50c. 
10 cement bags used in drain 

@ 10c 1 00 

Extra work — Haul inspec- 
tors' locker from 
Dimock Street Yard: 
Ij days, double team, @ 

$5.60 .... 7 00 

Extra work — Construct re- 
taining wall on Temple 
street, at northerly cor- 
ner of the railroad 
bridge .... 100 00 



i72 25 



45 


60 


74 40 


56 


50 


26 48 


11 


20 


49 


50 


46 


50 


4 00 


10 


00 


14 25 


2 


00 



4,442 08 



$5,014 33 



Theodore street, from Morton street easterly. 

Engineering $59 35 

Engineering expense 50 



$59 85 



Tip Top street, from Washington street to Tremont street. Length, 430 
linear feet. Area, 5,376 square feet. Artificial stone sidewalks were 
laid, tar macadam roadway constructed, 6 inches deep. (Unfinished 
from 1914.) 

Engineering 

Inspection 

Engineering expense . 

Advertising 

Edgestone, 31 feet 8 J inches straight and 1 

small corner .... 
Blocks, 530 old granite 
Tarite, 3,146 gallons . 
Crushed stone, 446 tons 

Lumber 

Gravel, 150 cubic yards 

Teaming 

Steam roller .... 

Labor, edgestone excavating 
Labor, edgestone setting . 
Labor, macadam excavating 

Carried forward $1,746 68 



$41 


17 


14 


00 


4 95 


8 


88 


38 


48 


10 


60 


251 


68 


660 


97 


1 


79 


149 


50 


224 


36 


149 


50 


12 


50 


79 


23 


99 


07 



350 



City Document No. 26. 



Brought forward 

Labor, macadam spreading . . 
Labor, gutter excavating and paving 
Labor, crosswalk repaving .... 

Amount paid Charles J. Jacobs Company, 

under contract: 
5,321 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks furnished and 
laid @ 14c. . . 
55 square feet artificial stone 
driveways furnished 
and laid @ 16ic. . 



$744 94 



9 08 



L,746 68 

243 38 

71 36 

16 82 



754 02 



$2,832 26 



Trent street, from Coleman street to Clarkson street. Length, 228 linear 
feet. Area, 760 square yards. Roadway paved with asphalt on a 
6-inch concrete base. (Work unfinished.) 

Engineering 

Engineering expense . 

Advertising 

Edgestone, 426 feet 6 inches straight and 19 
feet circular .... 

Gravel, 6 cubic yards 

Sand, 10 cubic yards . 

Blocks 

Crushed stone, 90 tons 

Cement, 66^ barrels . 

Lumber 

Nails . . . 

Teaming 

Steam roller .... 

Labor, handling stock 

Labor, making templets 

Amount paid William J. Rafferty & Co., 
under contract: 
4 square yards existing granite 
block paving relaid, grout 
joints, including concrete 
base, @ $1.50 . . . $6 00 

498 square yards bituminous 
concrete binder and as- 
phalt wear ng surface fur- 
nished and laid @ $1.50, 



$69 07 


1 


30 


1 


67 


277 


29 


5 


88 


11 


00 


1 


50 


108 


96 


89 


48 


3 


94 




08 


201 


55 


6 


50 


6 


39 


5 


50 



Less 5 per cent retained 

Labor, edgestone excavating 
Labor, edgestone setting . 
Labor, roadway excavating 
Labor, concrete base . 
Use of concrete mixer 



747 00 

$753 00 
37 65 



715 35 

91 51 

55 25 

222 60 

208 43 

8 25 



2,091 50 



Trescott street, from Pleasant street to Bakersfield street. (Work done in 
1914.) 



Engineering expense 
Advertising . 



$0 30 
4 20 



$4 50 



Public Works Department. 



351 



Tuckerman street, from Dorchester avenue to Middle street, 
started.) 



Engineering . 
Engineering expense 



$60 53 
50 



(Work not 



$61 03 



Ulmer street, from Arklow street southerly. Length, 76 hnear feet. Area, 
1,074 square feet. Artificial stone sidewalks were laid, edgestone 
reset, roadway repaved with old granite blocks. 



Engineering .... 








$32 63 


Inspection .... 








7 00 


Engineering expense . 








1 40 


Advertising .... 








1 00 


Gravel, 14 cubic yards 








13 72 


Cement .... 








23 


Edgestone, 4 feet 9 inches straight, 2 smal 


1 


corners and 19 feet 4| inches circular 


26 58 


Flagging, 3 feet 10 inches . . . . 


4 20 


Blocks, 1,050 granite . 








67 00 


Pitch, 5,711 pounds . 








35 41 


Pebbles, 11,350 pounds 








14 19 


Teaming .... 








61 25 


Labor, edgestone excavating 








38 78 


Labor, edgestone resetting 








57 19 


Labor, roadway excavating 








58 14 


Labor, roadway repaving . 








126 26 


Labor, crosswalk excavating 








3 13 


Labor crosswalk relaying . 








22 89 


Amount paid to Charles J. Jacobs Company 




under contract: 




1,063 square feet artificial stone sidewalks fur- 




nished and laid @ 15c. 


159 45 




©yofi Air 




<l>/ou to 



upland avenue, from Park street to MelviUe avenue. Length, 748 feet. 
Area, 2,620 square yards. One thousand three hundred twenty-five 
feet edgestone set. (Work unfinished.) 



Engineering 






$149 97 


Engineering expense . 




1 50 


Advertising 




2 16 


Lumber 




2 82 


Edgestone, 1,259 feet straight, 


37 feet 8. 


. 


inches circular and 8 small corners 


809 93 


Gravel, 27 cubic yards 




26 46 


Sand 






1 10 


Cement, 1| barrels 






2 06 


Teaming 






300 07 


Labor, handling stock 






17 36 


Labor, making templets 






2 75 


Labor, moving shanty 






10 75 


Labor, edgestone excavating 






497 28 


Labor, edgestone setting . 






687 29 


Labor, roadway excavating 






134 76 






IffO R/lfi Ofi 




#^,0^0 Z\j 



Vista street, from Augustus avenue to Malvern road. (Work not started.) 

Engineering $65 85 

Engineering expense 45 

Advertising 1 66 

$67 96 



352 City Document No. 26. 

Wait street, from Hillside street to Sachem street. (Work not started.) 
Engineering $85 91 

Walley street, from Gladstone street to Waldemar avenue. Length, 347 
linear feet. Area, 962 square feet. Edgestone set, street subgraded, 
most of roadway paved with granite blocks, small portion resurfaced 
with asphalt macadam, artificial stone sidewalks on south side, con- 
crete wall and wooden fence built at railroad property. 

Engineering $134 25 

Inspection 161 00 

Engineering expense 3 98 

Advertising 8 89 

Edgestone, 333 feet 6 inches straight and 72 

feet 3 inches circular 289 81 

Blocks, 10,500 old granite and 2,400 new gran- 
ite . 363 60 

Amount paid James Doherty under contract: 
Removing trees, bushes, 

stumps, etc. . . . $10 00 

137 cubic yards earth excava- 
tion @ 45c. ... 6;i 65 
127 cubic yards filling fur- 
nished @ 63c. . . 80 01 
333 linear feet straight edge- 
stone and corners set 

@ lie 36 63 

72 linear feet circular edge- 
stone set @ 13c. . . 9 36 
6 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 13c. . 78 ' 
361 square yards granite block 
paving hauled and laid 
@ 55c. . . . . 198 55 
67 square yards existing gran- 
ite block paving relaid 
@ 40c. .... 26 80 
534 square yards bituminous 
macadam surface fur- 
nished and placed (as- 
phalt binder) @, 89c. . 475 26 
Concrete wall and wood 

fence built . . . 325 00 

Extra work — Omit the 
laying of brick s i d e - 
walks and substitute the 
furnishing and laying of 
artificial stone s i d e - 
walks : 
2,457 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks furnished and 
laid @ 15c. ... 368 55 



1,592 59 
$2,554 12 



Washington street, from Armandine street to Mora street. (Work done in 
1914.) 

Advertising $4 40 

Engineering expense 20 

$4 60 



Public Works Department. 



353 



Washington street, from Warrenton street to Pleasant street. Length, 185 
linear feet. Area, 185 square yards. Roadway widened, edgestone 
reset, block paving laid on concrete base with pitch joints. 



Advertising 

Gravel . 

Cement 

Blocks . 

Flagging 

Pebbles 

Pitch . 

Bricks . 

Crushed stone 

Edgestone 

Labor, edgestone excavating 

Labor, edgestone resetting 

Labor, brick walk repaved 

Labor, gutter excavating . 

Labor, gutter repaving 

Labor, roadway excavating 

Labor, roadway repaving . 

Labor, tearing down wall . 

Teaming .... 



$2 32 
28 84 

15 06 
46 90 
12 90 

25 73 

26 20 
94 

16 80 
4 16 

28 00 
63 00 
IS 00 
8 00 
10 50 
57 00 

139 25 
26 50 

157 50 



$687 60 



Wellington Hill footway, between Wellington Hill and Walk Hill streets. 
Length, 500 linear feet. Artificial stone footway constructed. (Work 
unfinished.) 



Engineering 


$170 45 


Inspection 


148 75 


Engineering expense 


3 10 


Advertising 


8 45 


Printing contracts 


19 19 


Amount paid Peter Bompiani & Co., under 




contract : 




Building artificial stone walks, 




steps and walls . . . $3,747 00 




Less 15 per cent retained . . 562 05 






3,184 95 





5,534 89 



Wellington Hill street, from Blue Hill avenue to Morton street. (Work 
done in 1914.) 



Engineering expense 



$0 30 



Westhrook street, from Bennington street to Saratoga street. (Work not 
started.) 



Advertising 
Labor . 



$3 31 
5 00 



$8 31 



Westmoreland street, from Adams street 708 feet westerly. Length, 708 
linear feet. Area, 2,026 square yards. Asphalt macadam roadway 
constructed, edgstone set, block gutters repaved, flagging crosswalks 
laid and artificial stone sidewalks constructed. 



354 



City Document No. 26. 



Engineering 

Inspection 

Engineering expense 

Advertising 

Edgestone, 1,333 feet straight, 37 feet circular 

and 2 small corners .... 

Flagging, 120 feet North River 
Blocks, 4,230 d granite .... 
Labor, handhng stock .... 
Amount paid D. M. Biggs & Co., under con- 
tract : 

Removing trees, bushes, 

etc $15 00 

934 cubic yards earth excava- 
tion @ 45c. . . . 420 30 
41 cubic yards water box 

excavation @ $1 . . 41 00 

1 cubic yard rock excava- 
tion @ $2 . . . 2 00 
1,329 hnear feet straight edge- 
stone and corners hauled 
and set @ 20c. . . 265 80 
37 Unear feet circular edge- 
stone set @ 12c. . . 4 44 
47 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 12c . . 5 64 
131 square yards granite block 
paving hauled and laid 

@ 62c 81 22 

369 square yards existing gran- 
ite block paving relaid 

@ 45c. . . . 166 05 

25 square yards flagging 
crosswalks hauled and 
laid @ 75c. ... 18 75 

1,627 square yards bituminous 
macadam surface fur- 
nished and placed (as- 
phalt binder) @ 90c. . 1,464 30 
8,905 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks furnished and 
laid @ 13c. . . . 1,157 65 
69 square feet artificial stone 
driveways furnished 
and laid @, 13c. . . 8 97 
10 covers reset @ $3 . . 30 00 
Extra work — ■ Furnish and 
place crushed stone 
foundation for edgestone 
where directed: 
173 linear feet crushed stone 
and concrete foun- 
dation furnished and 
placed @ 15c. . . 25 95 
Section 1, Article E, of 
specification : 
49 tons paving blocks hauled 
from Charles River ave- 
nue, 3i miles overhaul, 
per half mile, per ton 
@ lie 37 73 



$152 22 

119 00 

5 05 

7 70 

966 64 

86 40 

84 60 

22 50 



3,744 80 



5,188 91 



Public Works Department. 



355 



Westwood street, from Richfield street to Wales place. (Work not started.) 

Engineering $48 00 

Advertising 1 00 

$49 00 

Whitfield street, from Talbot avenue to Norfolk street. Length, 536 
linear feet. Area, 1,610 square feet. Roadway paved with asphalt 
on a 6-inch concrete base, edgestone set and artificial stone sidewalks 
constructed. 



Engineering 

Inspection 

Engineering expense . 

Advertising 

Edgestone, 17 feet 6 inches circular 
Amount paid Central Construction 
under contract: 
737 cubic yards earth excava- 
tion @ 65c. . 
783 hnear feet straight edge- 
stone and corners 
hauled and set @ 20c., 

37 linear feet circular edge- 

stone set @ 15c. . 
102 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 15c. 
4 square yards existing 
granite block paving re- 
laid, gravel joints, @ 
60c. . . . . 

26 square yards existing 
granite block paving 
relaid, grout joints, in- 
cluding concrete base, @ 
$1.50 .... 

38 square yards existing flag- 

ging crosswalks relaid, 
grout joints, including 
concrete base, @ $1 .50 . 

1,487 square yards concrete base, 
bituminous concrete bin- 
der and asphalt wearing 
surface furnished and 
laid @ $2.30 . . 

5,853 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks furnished and 
laid @ lie. . 
3 covers reset @ $3 



Less amount paid in 1914, 



Company, 

$479 05 

156 60 

5 55 

15 30 

2 40 

39 00 
57 00 

3,420 10 



643 83 
9 00 

14,827 83 
3,826 05 



$22 06 

14 00 

65 

7 14 

21 00 



1,001 78 



$1,066 63 



Winfisld street, from East Seventh street to East Eighth street. Length, 
266.5 linear feet. Area, 875 square yards. Edgestone set, street 
subgraded. Roadway was surfaced with tar macadam, crosswalks 
and brick sidewalks laid. 



Engineering 
%ispection 



Carried forward 



$82 52 
42 00 

$124 52 



356 City Document No. 26. 



Brought forward 

Engineering expense 

Advertising 

Bricks, 15,600 sidewalk 

Flagging, 15 feet North River .... 
Edgestone, 233 feet straight and 42 feet 9 

inches circular 

Labor, handling stock 

Amount paid Clark & Gore, under contract: 



124 


52 


1 


20 


5 


75 


180 96 


10 


80 


180 


80 


3 


60 



Removing trees, bushes, etc. 


$5 00 


154 cubic yards earth excavation 




@ 59c. .... 


90 86 


241 linear feet straight edgestone 




and corners hauled and 




set @ 18c. 


43 38 


46 linear feet circular edgestone 




set @ 12c. 


5 52 


268 linear feet existing edgestone 




reset @ 12c. . . . 


32 16 


208 square yards existing granite 




block paving relaid @, 45c. 


93 60 


5 square yards flagging cross- 




walks hauled and laid @ 




73c 


3 65 


15 square yards existing flag- 




ging crosswalks relaid @ 




45c 


6 75 


647 square yards bituminous 




macadam surface f u r - 




nished and placed, tar 




binder, @ 83c. . 


537 01 


318 square yards brick sidewalks 




laid '@ 27c. . • . • 


85 86 


29 square yards existing brick 




sidewalks relaid @ 27c. . 


7 83 


4 covers reset @ $3 


12 00 



923 62 

$1,431 25 

William Jackson avenue, from Chestnut Hill avenue to Academy Hill road. 
Engineering S56 43 

Willow court, extended to Massachusetts avenue. 

Engineering S9 85 

* Woodworth street, from Walnut street to Redfield street. Length, 420 
linear feet. Area, 909 square yards. Edgestone set and artificial 
stone sidewalks constructed by contractor. Division forces regulated 
roadway. Tar macadam roadway constructed 3 inches deep. (Begun 
in 1914.) 



Engineering 


$24 38 


Inspection 


7 00 


Engineering expense .... 


. . 20 


Advertising 


8 86 


Flagging, 45 feet North River . 


32 40 


Gravel, 11 cubic yards 


10 78 


Carried forward .... 


183 62 



* Done in connection with Lorenzo street. 



Public Works Department. 



357 



Brought forward 






$83 62 


Crushed stone, 157 tons 






213 04 


Tarvia, 1,200 gallons . 






128 25 


Steam roller 






65 00 


Teaming . . 






250 95 


Labor, repaying gutters 






5 83 


Labor, spreading macadam 






50 79 


Labor, relaying crosswalks 






27 39 


Amount paid D. M. Biggs & Co., under 


contract : 






3,050 square feet artificial stone 




sidewalks furnished and 




laid @ lie. . 


$335 50 


42 square feet artificial stone 




driveways furnished and 




laid @ He. . 


4 62 


Extra work — Excavate 






for water shut-offs where 




directed : 






4 hours' labor @ 25c. . 


1 00 


Plus 15 per cent on $1 




15 



341 27 



,166 14 



Wordsworth street, from Horace street to Coleridge street, 
started.) 



Engineering . 
Engineering expense 
Advertising . 



$273 75 

84 

2 17 



(Work not 



$276 76 



Worthington street, from Longwood avenue to Fenway. Length, 1,161 
linear feet. Area, 3,385 square yards. Roadway paved with asphalt 
on a 6-inch concrete base by contract, edgestone set and concrete base 
laid by division forces. (Work unfinished.) 

Engineering . 

Inspection 

Engineering expense 

Advertising . 

Blocks,. 13.5 old granite 

Flagging, 52 feet 4 inches North River 

Edgestone, 376 feet straight, 104 feet park, 63 

feet circular and 4 corners . 
Bermudez asphalt, 4,108 gallons 
Steam roller 
Concrete mixer 
Teaming 

Gravel, 47| tons beach 
Sand, 83 cubic yards . 
Crushed stone, 499 tons 
Lumber 

Nails .... 
Cement, 140 barrels 
Labor on templets 
Labor, edgestone excavating 
Labor, edgestone setting . 
Labor, roadway excavating 
Labor, mixing and spreading concrete 

Carried forward $7,133 79 



$199 


58 


28 


00 


4 


20 


2 


16 


2 


70 


39 


77 


492 


45 


739 


44 


377 


00 


171 


37 


575 


46 


33 


73 


98 


77 


646 94 


30 


59 




68 


222 77 


5 


50 


584 


32 


405 


48 


1,154 64 


1,318 


24 



358 City Document No. 26. 



Brought forward $7,133 79 

Labor, gutter repaying 71 54 

Labor, filling and grading sidewalks . . 386 91 

Labor, repaying crosswalks . . . . ■ 59 76 

$7,652 00 
Credit: Mack bricks, 2,506 .... 37 59 



Amount paid Central Construction Company, 

under contract: 
2,431 square yards bituminous 
concrete binder and as- 
phalt wearing sxu-face 
furnished and laid @ 
$1.57 .... $3,816 67 
Less 15 per cent retained . 572 50 



r,614 41 



3,244 17 



$10,858 58 



Wyoming street, extended to Humboldt avenue. (Work not started.) 

Engineermg $25 50 

Engineering expense 50 

$26 00 



PUBLIC WORKS I 



DETAIL OF WORK DONE BY HIGHWAY 



Blue BUI : 
Blue Hill a 
Brighton. . 



12 ' Conrad 

13 Cumberland.. 



Dracut 

East Cottage. 
East Cottage. 
East Filth. . . 
East Ninth . . 
Faneuil ...... 

Pairmount av 

Garrison 

Gold. 

26 Granite a 

27.. 



Lake, east s 

Lincoln 

Longwood 6 



Montgomery, 

Morton 

Morton 

Moseley 



Salem Street a 
St. Botolph.. 



Standish. 
Talbot av. 
Wait 



West Canton., 
Weslland aver 
Winthrop 



75 leet north ol Lonsdale. . 
Montrose 



Charlotte 

Cambridge. . . 
Pilgrim road. 



Chestnut ave 

Sumner 

St. Botolph. 



Dorchester aven 

Pleasant 

Columbia road, 

I 

Mercer 

Oakland 

Everett square . 



Bickoell, , 
Esmond. , 
Vandyke . 



Dorchester avem 
Commonwealth e 
Commonwealth e 

Market 

Brookline avenue 



Columbia road. 

Chelsea 

Waverly 



Massachusetts a 



20 leet north ol Kingsdale. 

Welles avenue 

HiUslde 



Commonwealth 



Johnson 

Clarkwood. . 

Canterburj'. 

Perkins I ^- ..;;;; ■ 

Boston & .Albail Railroad bridge, 

West Seventh 1 

Union square. I 

221 leetwei^ 

Huntingia avenue 



Washing 1 1 

Across Esuad, 
Across Wal. , , ■ 
Francis. ../..., 
Brookline/ e... 
To the rafl id.. 
East FittH ■ . . 



2,000 leeti-therly., 
1,720 leet\rtherly,. 

Cambridi j 

Riverway ' 



Neponseliver Reservation . 



Clarendodf 
Drawbrifc' 
Huntini/7 'V 
Park.." 
67 leet 
Pequot 



{2,046 68 

163 84 

1,854 23 

7,984 67 

4,091 45 

270 60 

830 18 

5,429 03 

134 40 

236 48 

16,662 20 

374 00 

783 12 



197 57 

807 33 

1.108 62 

4,716 23 

2,090 94 

1,187 07 

740 65 

639 25 

887 15 

724 07 

237 29 

15,216 60 

2,094 41 

281 84 

495 62 

1,647 99 

1,432 12 

1,030 73 

7,529 95 

213 30 



1,850 70 
14,047 13 
7,521 31 



1,716 95 
63 01 
1,256 81 
2.324 28 
670 63 
6,535 06 



45 55 
7.852 40 
307 33 
60 25 
4.270 99 
054 73 

3.433 40 
1.245 43 
674 63 



2,350 

' '1,926 
7,097 



3,302 

1,120 
6,651 



1,556 
1,100 



2,452 
1,511 
2,051 



5,130 

' 2,466 
4,103 
1,300 



8,904 
' 1,232 



Cost of Laboh 



109 90 
"3964 



28 50 
10 00 



97 62 
2i 96 



26 99 
17 00 



357 00 
797 04 
206 60 



221 53 
87 99 
557 21 
235 00 



26 34 
22 89 
190 17 
336 91 

40 18 
67 50 
65 09 
67 16 



130 00 

"47 68 



1,043 56 
84 75 
363 27 
123 58 



20 00 
324 33 
127 27 



95 47 
407 92 

■ii3'63 



56 25 
32 67 
31 34 
40 77 



»136 76 
■■306 



103 09 
33 70 

114 46 
51 71 



74 14 
'26 '64 



27 00 
"2 75 



1 25 
'27'75 



9 00 
13 50 



24 84 
7 50 



32 50 
55 00 



15 50. 
'9i'39 '. 



* Removing trees. 



CS DEPARTMENT. 



■AY DIVISION, PAVING SERVICE FORCE. 





Cost and Quantity of Materials. 


ReUABKS. 






1 
1 

1 
1 

6 


3 


1 

1 

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a 

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1 


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6 


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1 
1 
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C03t. 


Quantity. 


Cost. 


Quantity. 


Cost. 


Quantity. 
Barrels. 


Cost. 


Quantity 


Cost. 


Quantity 


Cost. 


Quantity. 
Cu. Yds. 


Cost. 


Quantity 
Feet. 


Cost. 


Quantity 


Cost. 


Quantity. 
Tons. 


Cost. 


Quantity. 
Gallons. 




1 


(27 68 


t225 00 


i44 00 
6 50 

97 50 
104 00 

64 50 

"ii 66 

151 12 


$183 00 
23 75 
243 40 
299 46 
212 25 








S3 50 
42 00 


112 
2,100 






SO 62 












ssg 20 


40 










$462 71 


403.19 


$429 00 


6.047 




















































































538 58 
1.726 85 
1.628 64 


472.62=] 
1,428.995 
1,357.125 


320 00 

3,614 22 

1,292 00 

256 00 

271 26 

1,462 00 


4,010 
20,079 
16,100 
3,200 
3,404 
18,275 










448 50 
305 50 


$4 44 






































$4 11 




























































































Work done in 1914. Tar binder. 






62 50 
204 06 
16 88 






114 51 


































288 30 

1,768 59 

147 28 


118.875 

1.456. 113 

102.2 










4 44 
























































S20 30 




























60 06 
















































236 48 

6,082 92 

82 00 

345 06 


2,956 
33,794 
1,025 
1.917 










625 25 
19 50 
6 50 


1.370 61 
27 50 
10 44 
6 00 
53 75 








































4,197 18 
123 95 
163 13 


'3,307.963 
96.087 
133.8 










"55 in 
















46 


i 


































8 88 





















































































































15 99 












16 17 

4 90 
. 24 69 

17 72 
41 19 
14 14 


16J 

5 
22i 
16 

36! 

12SS 






$4 40 


m 


14 88 

726 66 
407 57 
1,274 19 
785 03 
181 59 


12.4 

605.56 
319.46 
987.75 
608.55 
173.762 










Work unHnished. Gravel base 










330 00 
61 75 
167 37 
162 50 
59 31 
110 50 
243 75 


75 00 
39 00 
191 75 
45 50 
19 50 

"94 25 






























644 82 
689 04 
2,311 56 


7,586 
3,821 
12,842 










229 00 
80 94 

348 87 

213 25 
90 50 

800 63 
47 50 




39 02' 1.115 


















6 25 


500 














$0 29 


11 


3 41 


2i« 














1 26 






2 40 






1 65 
41 


1 
i 


SI 62 


4' 6" 






26 00 






.... 18 














41 25 
9 86 


3,300 
850 






53 


20 










...IB 




S5 25 










9 50 


475 










12 91 


iia 


334 62 


1,869 








...20 






















2 40 


91 








...21 














3 50 
197 57 


175 
28,225 


























1,101 49 


925.6241 


2,404 80 


13,360 


37 54 






...22 














































...23 








52 00 
52 00 
434 50 
117 00 

42 00 
52 00 
52 00 
58 50 
58 50 


13 00 

iisoo 

201 50 

24 00 
52 00 
39 00 
39 00 


17 22 
120 94 
365 75 
192 02 

95 00 
65 50 
47 00 
63 00 
30 00 


4 44 


































i77 42 147.5,5 

106 60 82.695 

1,865 82 1,554.85 

376 10 327.795 

259 30 178.826 
157 20 131 
121 80 101.5 
248 76 207.3 
129 63 108.025 
237 29 163 
3,219 04 2,692 
381 45 115.6 
62 87 48.737' 
109 23 90.026 
611 67 509.725 


380 34 

69 58 

1,300 00 

621 20 

647 46 
288 00 
252 00 
324 00 
378 18 










....24 
















98 60 


8,500 


93 


i 


2 80 


'8' 






34 10 


31 


1 05 


40 


28 89 


25J 


736 
16,250 
7,765 

3,597 
1,600 
1,400 
1,800 
2,201 








...26 




8 00 


■■■2'56 
















25 78 






....28 


















25 


i 


2 95 


4' 11" 






3 45 


3 










Rockvicw street to Centre street. 










13 21 
































....28 
































2 94 
4 90 


3 
5 










59 69 
29 12 
26 28 






....29 














































... .30 














































...31 








1 00 










































... .32 


















































...33 






3 4S 


962 87 

104 00 
19 50 
26 00 

120 25 
26 00 
97 50 

117 00 


661 00 
45 50 

"is 60 

64 50 

"65 66 
188 50 


900 50 

19 98 
35 00 

7 44 
222 50 
103 75 

20 25 
249 74 








































6,i64 64 

1,061 82 

49 22 

244 62 


34.248 
5,899 
606 00 






Asphalt 


...34 




31 08 










































.\sphalt 


....35 












2 00 


100 


















4 89 


it 
























































. . .38 




49 50 






























18 
24 


7 
9 


















3 13 


4 40 


226 










324 15 


474' 






11 60 


UJ 








































419 14 

2,320 79 

213 30 


283.3 

1,668.1 

149.16 


119 68 
3,449 52 


1,408 
19,164 






Work dooein 1914 








3 50 






























34 


is 






11 00 


























































122 50 

192 50 
154 35 
2.379 65 
700 20 
69 44 
46 20 
39 42 
747 90 
134 31 
138 10 
24 75 
68 70 
131 50 
72 50 
57 06 

45 65 
811 05 








8 10 


405 


23 20 


2,000 


74 


1 






SIO 23 


13' 11' 


34 79 


49T 
















$7 88 
61 25 
91 34 














Htch ;■■■•..-,■,■ 


...43 








205 75 

149 50 

1.189 25 

686 50 

45 50 
162 50 

71 50 


100 75 
45 50 
329 50 
370 00 
26 00 
39 00 
26 00 




















1,487 98 
782 75 
3,060 57 
1.852 21 
292 66 
646 87 
171 72 


1,260.412 

680.665^ 
2,548.83 
1.576.225 
226.7871 
453.696 
149.325 


1,343 41 




6 68 


Gravel base; pitch and pebble 






14,918 gallons far^-ia; 115 gti- 




















6 44 


515 






3 38 


6'1" 






16 51 


231T 














lons Tcrracolio 

Water-bound 


....45 




3 00 


71 50 
5 00 




1 


• 120 00 

1 166 m 
"io 50 


\ 




















3,108 06 
1,702 40 

207 02 
1,138 68 

345 78 


17,207 
21,280 
2,555 
6,326 
1,921 






/isphalt.. 
Tar binder 


... .46 




"■4 44 












23 


i 


23 28 


35' 






149 94 
3 67 


153 
. 3i 














. . .47 




















Tarvia 4» 




io 


7 






i? ei 

4 77 




Asphalt... ...49 










.A.sphalt. . 

Rou^ grading 


. . . .61 








91 00 
6 50 

71 50 
149 50 

42 00 
377 00 


84 50 

"32'56 
104 00 
12 00 
123 50 


"s'so 






































604 74 
14 51 
462 18 
871 87 
80 40 
1,827 09 

"2,239 89 
307 33 

"oMoi 

111 53 

730 65 
207 03 
170 86 

632 07 

"■255'23 


422.19 

9.8 

323.2 

732.662 

65.45 

1,588.78 

' i.MO.36 
211.96 

"792:425 
96.98 

636.35 
180.025 
115.45 

549.62 

"i76!625 


486 48 
"'427.56 


6,081 
" '4.756 


179 40 
5'i6 




Tftr\na 

Second-hand macadam mostly. . 
Asphalt 


....53 
...54 
...55 




20 00 




"'i7'76 




25 00 






"i6'62 


850 


■"i'38 


i 










Ho 

89 


lOT 

IIT 


37 


14 


"■i6'86 


9 


105 02 
2,940 39 

"2,266 '62 

"1,975 '86 

1,555 20 
672 66 
170 08 

"267'28 


1.355 
15,986 

i'2',889 

10.977 

8,640 
3,737 
2.126 

■3',334 


"isi io 
■"■606 


662 


'rar\'ia 

Asphalt, Garrison street to 

ftassacbusetts avenue. 

Water-bound, Garrison street 


....57 










tmo'ss 


6'25 


42 


""26'63 


■ " V.eso 


7 02 


ii' 










343 


iso 


i'68 


iij 








Work done in 1914 

Asphalt 

Work done in 1914 

Second-hand macadam 

Asphalt : 

Watei-bound. Flagging laid by 


... .69 
....60 
....61 
... .62 
....63 




18 84 




312 00 


273 00 








50 
351 00 
78 00 

130 00 
39 00 
65 00 

175 50 

■■■'ee 00 


"71 56 
6 50 

143 00 
45 50 
19 50 

13 00 

"■24'66 


33 75 
218 75 
111 25 

251 80 
38 88 
30 88 

206 36 
44 45 
127 50 


9 40 










81 


70 










"iUos 


'led'' 5'' 


"'35'28 
7 10 


36 

lOT 




"'::".::: 


1 00 


m 






ii 33 








Asphalt 

Asphalt .- 

Tarine 

Water-bound 

Work done in 1914 

Tarvia 


....65 
....66 
....67 

...68 
...69 
....70 















t Building catoh-basin. 



Public Works Department. 359 



RECAPITULATION OF STREET WORK. 



Maintenance. 



Adams street, from Mallet street to 75 feet north of 

Lonsdale street 

Ashhurton place, at City Club building . 

Aspen street, from Montrose street to Copeland 

street 

Baker street, from Spring street to Johnson street . 
Beach street, from Harrison avenue to Albany 

street 

Beacon street, at the junction of Brookline and 

Commonwealth avenues 

Belgrade avenue, from No. 292 to No. 308 . 
Blue Hill avenue, from Canterbury street to 

Charlotte street 

Blue Hill avenue, from Morton street to Clarkwood 

street 

Boylston street, from Tremont street across Boyls- 

ton place 

Braintree street, from Franklin street to Everett 

street 

Brighton street, from Cambridge street to Perkms 

street 

Brookline avenue, from Pilgrim road to Boston & 

Albany Railroad bridge 

C street, from Baxter street to West Seventh street, 
Cambridge street, from Washington street to 

Warren street 

Cambridge street, from Washington street to Union 

square 

Centre street, from Chestnut avenue to Green 

street 

Clarendon street, from Columbus avenue to Tre- 
mont street 

Columbia road, at Hancock street .... 
Conrad street, from Sumner street 221 feet westerly, 
Cumberland street, from St. Botolph street to Hunt- 
ington avenue 

Dix place, now Dore street, from Washington street 

to Tremont street 

Dix street, from Adams street to Dorchester 

avenue 

Carried forward 



$2,046 68 


1,261 


87 


165 


84 


1,854 


23 


6 


37 


7,984 


67 


634 


50 


270 


50 


4,091 


45 


3,522 


13 


15,942 23 


830 


18 


5,429 


03 


134 


40 


80 


93 


236 


48 


16,662 20 


15 


36 


483 


48 


374 


09 


793 


12 




15 


6 


00 


$62,825 89 



360 City Document No. 26. 

Brought fonvard 

Dorchester avenue, from Savin Hill avenue to Free- 
port street . . . 

Dracut street, from Dorchester avenue to Bruce 
street 

East Cottage street, from Pleasant street to Dor- 
chester avenue 

East Cottage street, from Columbia road to railroad 
bridge . 

East Eighth street, from Covington street to Dor- 
chester street 

East Fifth street, from I street to L street 

East Ninth street, from Mercer street to Columbia 
road 

Fairmount avenue, from Water street to Everett 
square 

Faneuil street, from Oakland street to Parsons 
street 

Ferrin street, from Chelsea street to Bunker Hill 
street 

Gainsborough street, from St. Stephen street to 
Hemenway street 

Garrison street, from Huntington avenue to 100 
feet south of St. Botolph street .... 

Gold street, from A street to B street 

Granite avenue, from Adams street to railroad 

Green street, from Rockview street to Centre street, 

Harvard street, from City square to Washington 
street 

Harvard street, from Standish street to Glenway 
street 

Harvard street, from Glenway street to Gleason 
street 

Harvard street, from Bicknell street across Esmond 
street 

Harvard street, from Esmond street to Wales 
street . 

Huntington avenue, from Vandyke street to 
Francis street 

Huntington avenue, from Tremont street to Brook- 
line line 

Irvington street, from Huntington avenue to the 
railroad 

Jay street, from East Fourth street to East Fifth 
street 

Kenmore street, from Newbury street to Common- 
wealth avenue 

King street, from Dorchester avenue to Adams 
street 

Carried forward . - .... 



$62,825 


89 


248 


19 


2,563 


28 


1,711 


62 


5,293 


61 


4,091 
2,224 


48 
24 


1,116 


74 


4,301 


68 


2,298 


00 


197 


57 


976 


20 


807 


33 


1,108 
4,716 
2,090 


62 
23 

94 


1,187 


07 


746 


55 


639 


25 


887 


15 


724 07 


237 


29 


15,216 


60 


2,094 


41 


281 


84 


495 


62 


1,647 


99 


$120,729 46 



Public Works Department. 

Brought forward 

L street, from East First street across East Broad- 
way 

Lake street, from Commonwealth avenue 1,720 
feet northerly 

Lake street, from Commonwealth avenue, 2,000 
feet northerly 

Lincoln street, from Market street to Cambridge 
street 

Longwood avenue, from Brookline avenue to River- 
way 

Market street, from Canal street to Merrimac street, 

Massachusetts avenue, from Columbia road to 
Midland Division Railroad 

Milton street, from Hyde Park avenue to Nepon- 
set river 

Montgo7nery street, from West Canton street to 
Tremont street 

Morton street, from Blue Hill avenue to Canterbury 
street 

Morton street, from Washington street across Can- 
terbury street 

Moseley street, from Crescent avenue to Columbia 
road 

Newbury street, from Brookline avenue to Charles- 
gate West 

Norway street, from Huntington avenue to Fal- 

- mouth street 

Old road, from Elmo street to Michigan avenue 

Old road, from Columbia road to Elmo street 

Pond street, from Columbia road to East Cottage 
street 

Porter street, from Chelsea street to Frankfort 
street 

Portsmouth street, from Waverly street to Lincoln 
street 

Princeton street, from Meridian street to Marion 
street 

River street, from Business street to Dedham line, 

Salem Street avenue, from Salem street to High 
street 

Saratoga street, from Washburn avenue to draw 
bridge 

Smith street, from Whitney street to Huntington 
avenue 

*S^ Botolph street, from Massachusetts avenue to 
Irvington street 

*S^ James avenue, from Berkeley street to Claren 
don street 

Carried forward 



361 

$120,729 46 

6,991 98 

1,030 73 

1,432 12 

7,529 95 

213 30 
890 93 

1,950 22 

3,948 02 

1,850 70 

14,647 13 

7,521 31 

852 22 

2,521 11 

813 99 

1,619 64 

550 00 

1,561 43 

1,716 95 

63 01 

1,256 81 
2,324 28 

670 63 

7,852 40 

307 33 

6,535 06 

45 55 

$197,426 26 



362 City Document No. 26. 

Brought forward $197,426 26 

Standish street, from Park street to 200 feet north 

of Kingsdale street 

Slimmer street, from Hawley street to High street, 
Talbot avenue, from Welles avenue to 67 feet east 

of Washington street 

Thatcher street, from Bradlee street 478 feet east- 
erly, Hyde Park 

Tremont street, from Scollay square to Boylston 

street 

Trinity place, from Stuart street to Stanhope 

street 

Turner street, Brighton 

Tyler street, at No. 159, retaining wall . 
Wait street, from Hillside street to Pequot street . 
Wait street, from Hillside street 520 feet northerly. 
Ward street, from Parker street to Huntington 

avenue 

Ward street, from Parker street to Providence 

Railroad 

Warren street, at intersection with Commonwealth 

avenue 

Washington street, from Cambridge street to 

Union street 

Washington street, from Blue Hill avenue to Talbot 

avenue 

West Canton street, from Washington street to 

Montgomery street 

West Newton street, at Huntington avenue, and 

Beacon street, at Fairfield street .... 
Westland avenue, from Massachusetts avenue to 

Hemenway street 

Winter street, from Washington street to Tremont 

street 

Winthrop street, from Common street to Monu- 
ment square 



Station street, from Columbus avenue to Parker 
street (credit) 



Charged to Special Appropriations. 

Avery, Mason and Washington streets: 

Avery street ..... $1,863 27 

Mason street 84 22 

Washington street .... 95 69 



60 
9,331 


25 

32 


4,270 99 


5 


00 


30,240 


78 


978 
463 
200 
954 
1,649 


00 
85 
00 
73 
59 


3,433 


40 


1,245 43 


674 


63 


265 


58 


4,075 


39 


1,574 


25 


208 


46 


44 


45 


500 


00 


917 


26 


$258,519 


62 


914 


18 


$257,605 44 



,043 18 



Carried forward $2,043 18 



363 


$2,043 18 


8,064 75 


15 


$10,108 08 



Public Works Department. 

Brought forward . . . .• . 
East First street extension, see Highways, Making 

of 

Harvard avenue, Brighton, from Commonwealth 

avenue to Cambridge street .... 

Total 



Charged to Appropriation for Granolithic Sidewalks. 

Adams street, from Leonard street to Dickens 
street 

Algonquin street, at Nos. 15, 17, 25, 39 and 44 

Aspen street, from Copeland street to Montrose 
street 

Bayswater street, from Saratoga street to Austin 
street 

Blue Hill avenue, east side, from Washington street 
to Morton street, and west side from Cheney 
street to Seaver street 

Bourne street, northerly side, from Walk Hill 
street to Patten street 

Bowdoin street, west side, from Bowdoin avenue 
to Bullard street 

Bradlee street, at Nos. 16, 17, 25 and 35 . 

Bryant street, from Huntington avenue to 250 feet 
northerly 

Callender street, from Tucker street to Claxton 
street 

Columbia road, from Blue Hill avenue to Wash- 
ington street 

Columbus avenue, from Station street to Colum- 
bus avenue (west side) 

Creighton street, from Centre street to Day street, 

Cushing avenue, from Windermere road to Jerome 
street (east and north sides) .... 

Day street, from Centre street to Minden street 

Dickens street, from Adams street to Clayton 
street 

Dracut street, from Dorchester avenue to Bruce 
street 

Ellis street, from Hawthorne street to Fulda street 
(west side) 

Fulda street, from Ellis street to 164 feet westerly 
(northerly side) . . . . . 

* Gladstone street, from Walley street to Upland 
street 

Carried forward $36,566 97 

* See Highways, Making of. 



$308 
395 


74 
50 


715 


09 


1,565 


69 


10,841 


66 


382 


30 


1,830 06 
491 76 


239 


65 


3,357 


22 


45 


95 


345 84 
2,652 43 


1,084 

2,688 


27 
77 


2,694 


93 


2,166 


17 


494 49 


219 


49 


4,046 


96 



364 City Document No. 26. 

Brought forward $36,566 97 

Hawthorne street, from Ellis street to Highland 

street (south side) 306 23 

Highland street, from Hawthorne street to 130 feet 

southerly (east side) 167 81 

Jerome street, from Gushing avenue to Everett ave- 
nue 585 44 

Lake street, from Commonwealth avenue 1,720 

feet northerly (west side) 2,679 21 

Magnolia square, from Magnolia street to 110 feet 

westerly 399 66 

Neponset avenue (east side), from Tolman street to 
Holbrook avenue; (west side) from Boutwell 
street to Minot street 4,546 57 

Park street, from Centre street to Montview street 
and from Montview street to 100 feet northerly 
(east side) . . 4,409 92 

Pearl street, from Pleasant street to 100 feet east- 
erly (north side) 80 12 

Penfield street, from Belgrade avenue to Birch 

street _ . 1,607 88 

Pleasant street, from Stoughton street to Victoria 

street (east side) 657 52 

Poplar street, from Sycamore street to Hilburn 

street 5,335 79 

Poplar street, from Washington street to Sycamore 

street 15 57 

Quincy street (northeasterly side), from Coleman 

street to Barry street 1,281 82 

Rowe street, from Ashland street to Canterbury 

street 1,257 19 

Saratoga street, from Butler avenue to Washburn 

avenue 14 75 

School street (northeasterly side), from Harvard 

street to No. 41 182 61 

Seymour street, from Ashland street to Canterbury 

street 372 69 

Thane street, at No. 18 54 95 

Vernon street, from Cabot street to Vernon place, 384 53 

Victoria street, from Pleasant street to 163 feet east- 
erly 180 80 

Walk Hill street (southwest side) , from Wachusett 

street to Bourne street 1,712 10 

Washington street, (Brighton) , from Tip Top street 

to Newton line 1,430 28 

Washington street, from Warrenton street to Pleas- 
ant street 60 30 



Carried forward $64,290 71 



365 


$64,290 71 


10,640 85 


100 33 


$75,031 89 
1,259 64 


$73,772 25 



Public Works Department. 

Brought forward 

West Broadway, from Dorchester avenue to Dor- 
chester street 

Windermere road, from Gushing avenue to 75 feet 
northerly 



Less amount charged to Highways, Making of. 



Charged to Appropriation for Highways, Making of. 
Ainsworth Street footway, from Tyndale street to 

Belgrade avenue $261 10 

Albano street, from Washington street to Amherst 

street 

Alexander street, extension to Bird street 

Amory street, from Bragdon street to Centre 

street 

Ardent street, from Colberg avenue to Belgrade 

avenue 

Armington street, from Webster street to Brighton 

avenue 

Atkins street, from Washington street to 609 feet 

northeasterly 

Augustus avenue, from Poplar street beyond 

Clarendon avenue 

Augustus avenue, from Metropolitan avenue to 

Ethel street 

Barbara street, from South Huntington avenue to 

Centre street 

Bardwell street, from Ballard street to South street, 
Basto terrace, from South street to 332 feet 

northerly 

Binney street, from Longivood avenue to Francis 

street 

Birch street, from Penfield street to Dudley avenue, 
Bourneside street, from Park street to Melville 

avenue 

Bradwood street, from Belgrade avenue to Col- 
berg avenue 

Breck avenue, from Washington street to Nonan- 

tmn road 

Browning avenue, from Bernard street to Wales 

street 

Brunswick street, from Blue Hill avenue to Nor- 
mandy street . • 

Carried forward 



5,705 
42 


37 

85 


528 


28 


1,599 


60 


4 


50 


63 


36 


3,696 


07 


84 


73 


2,368 
92 


72 
96 


1,954 


75 


9,140 


30 

12 


759 


07 


4,391 


21 


74 


45 


7 44 


4,932 


53 


$35,707 41 



366 City Document No. 26. 

Brought forward $35,707 41 

Burton street, from Washington street to Bellamy- 
street 

C street, from Baxter street to Old Colony avenue, 
Caspian way, from Savin Hill avenue easterly, 
Castlegate road, from Blue Hill avenue to Nor- 
mandy street 

Cedric street, from Magazine street to Langdon 

street 

Chapin avenue, from Mt. Vernon street to Preston 

street 

Chase street, from East Cottage street to Willis 

street 

Chauncy street, from Bedford street to 106 feet 

northeasterly 

Chestnut street, from Brimmer street to Charles 

River Embankment 

Claxton street, from Blue Hill avenue to Callender 

street 

Clayhourne street, from Park street to 210 feet 

south of Park street 

Clement avenue, from Anawan avenue to Clement 

avenue 

Clement avenue, from Meredith street to Clement 

avenue 

Cliffmont street, from Canterbury street southwest, 
Condor street, extended to East Eagle street . 
Conley street, from Old Colony Parkway to Tenean 

street 

Convent path, from Breed street to Gladstone 

street 

Copley's highway. (See Redfield street.) 

Cornell street, from Orange street to Colberg 

avenue 

Cottage street, from Gove street to Porter street , . 
Crandall street, from Hillside avenue to Augustus 

avenue 

Crossman street, from Norfolk street to West Selden 

street 

Crown path, from Claybourne street to Washing- 
ton street 

Cummings road, extension to Conunonwealth 

avenue 

Dane street, from Orchard street to Holbrook 

street 

Deering road, from Blue Hill avenue to Harvard 

street 

Dempster street, from Ruggles street to Halleck 
street 

Carried forward 



5,421 
343 

21 


76 
96 
35 


3,030 


04 


70 46 


3,381 


77 


2,289 


12 


1 


85 


1,981 


37 


13,973 


38 


11,226 


46 


1 


36 


4 
15 

83 


64 

18 

88 


40 


56 


2,980 41 


384 
71 


74 
96 


2,135 


00 




30 


150 


79 


63 


90 


5,773 


93 


9,401 


48 


11,222 


22 


$109,779 28 



Public Works Department. 367 



Brought forward 

Dorchester avenue, at Adams street .... 
Downer avenue, extended to Sawyer avenue . 
Dunlap street, from Washington street to Whitfield 

street . 

Dunster road, from Centre street to Pond street, 
East First street (see special appropriation for East 

First street) 

Edgemont street, from South street to Ainsworth 

street 

Elgin street, from Centre street to the railroad . 
Epping street, from Norfolk street to Washington 

street 

Eric avenue, from Savin Hill avenue northerly 
Everton street, from Geneva avenue to Ohiey 

street 

Fabyan street, from Blue Hill avenue to Harvard 

street 

Fernhoro street, from Lawrence avenue to Intervale 

street 

Fletcher street, from Centre street to Montclair 

avenue 

Fordham road, from Commonwealth avenue to 

Brighton avenue 

Frankjort street, from Neptune road to Bennington 

street 

Gaffney street, from Commonwealth avenue to 

Boston & Albany Railroad 

Gayland street, from West Cottage street to Judson 

street 

Gladstone street, from Walley street to Upland 

avenue 

Glencoe street, from North Beacon street to Garden 

street 

Glendower road, from Kittredge street to Poplar 

street 

Gove Street Footbridge, from Orleans street to Bre- 
men street 

Grace street, from Walton street to Roslin street, 
Granada avenue, from Metropohtan avenue to 

Ethel street . . , 

Greenleaf street, from Leon street to Huntington 

avenue 

Halifax street, from South Huntington avenue to 

Pond View avenue 

Hamlet street, from Columbia road to Belden street. 
Harvard street, from Morton street to Deering road, 
Harwood street, from WiUowwood street to Lucerne 

street 



Carried forward 



$109,779 28 
51 74 


59 


65 


6,107 
103 


29 

82 


5,159 


11 


2,536 
6,959 


29 
67 


42 


20 


34 


66 


93 


55 


7,509 


85 


80 


18 


1,583 


79 


62 


18 


6,842 


26 


90 


27 




30 


1,259 


64 


8 


00 


9,618 


68 


1,671 
3,389 


71 
21 


11 


50 


3,836 


89 


44 


35 


3,122 70 
4,677 46 


46 


35 


$174,782 58 



368 City Document No. 26. 

Brought fonvard $174,782 58 

Haslet street, from Amherst street to Metcalf street, 2,561 90 

Helen street, from Talbot avenue to Bernard street, 

Henshaw street, at Cambridge street 

Herbert street, from Park street to West Tremlett 
street 

Hillcrest street, from Elgin street to Temple street. 

Hill Top street, from Granite avenue to Hallet 
street . 

Homestead street, from Elm Hill avenue to Hum- 
boldt avenue . . . 

Hopestill street, from Aspinwall road to Southern 
avenue 

Houston street, from Montview street to Crest 
street 

Howitt road, from Bellevue street to La Grange 
street 

Howland street, from Harold street about 428 feet 
easterly 

Hubert street, from Shawmut avenue to West- 
minster street 

Idlewild street, from Commonwealth avenue to 
Brainerd road 

Intervale street, from Columbia road to Normandy 
street 

Islington street, from Webster street to Brighton 
avenue 

Jewett street, from Neponset avenue to Mt. Hope 
street 

Jones avenue, from Mascot street to Ballou avenue, 

Juliette street, from Fox street to Homes avenue . 

Kenney street, from Day street northwesterly 

Kenton road, from Washington street easterly 

Kittredge street, from Cornell street to Beech 
street 

Kittredge street, from Metropolitan avenue to Cor- 
nell street 

Kittredge street, from Rosecliff street to Metropoli- 
tan avenue 

Langdon street, from Norfolk street to George 
street 

Langley road, from Crescent avenue easterly 

Leslie street, from Centre street to Dix street 

Lingard street, from Magnolia street to Hartford 
street " . _ . 

Lithgow street, from Talbot avenue to Wainwright 
street 

Lockwood street, from Metropolitan avenue to 
Huntington avenue 

Carried forward 



5,353 


84 
40 


1,847 
603 


52 
69 


3,273 


52 


65 


43 


2,506 


98 


287 


70 


5,431 


36 


4,802 


27 


38 


25 


3,898 


38 


8,884 


89 


4 


50 


1,795 
1,484 


03 
03 


2,103 

4,335 

43 


58 
18 
88 


60 


55 


5 


50 


3,316 


61 


111 


95 


61 


53 


2,631 


93 


5,416 


17 


2,001 


79 


4,747 85 


$242,458 79 



Public Works Department. 369 

Brought forward $242,458 79 

Long avenue, from Commonwealth avenue to 

Allston street 

Lorenzo street, from Walnut street to Wood 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, 
Lucas street, from Washington street to Shawmut 

avenue 

Lyjord street, from Woodrow avenue to Franklin 

Field 

Mackin street, from Western avenue to Waverly 

street 

Manthorne road, from Centre street to Weld street, 
Mascoma street, from Quincy street to Lawrence 

avenue 

Marlowe street, from Vinson street to Park street, 
Matchett street, from Washington street to about 

843 feet northeasterly 

Maijhew street, from Boston street to Roseclair 

street 

Melvinside terrace, from Dorchester avenue to 

Minton street 

Mendon park, from Bourneside street to Upland 

avenue 

Montebello road, from Forest Hills street to Wal- 
nut avenue 

Montvale street, from Colberg avenue to Belgrade 

street 

Morton street, from Norfolk street to east line of 

railroad 

Myrick street, from Easton street to Coolidge road, 
Neptune road, from Bennington street to Boston, 

Revere Beach & Lynn Railroad .... 
Normandy street, from Columbia road to Seaver 

street 

Normandy street, from Intervale street to Devon 

street 

North Beacon street, from Cambridge street to 

Market street 

Oakland street, from River street to Rockdale 

street 

Orchardfield street, from Dorchester avenue to 

Freeport street 

Orleans street, from Gove street to Porter street. 
Paisley park, from Bourneside street to Upland 

avenue 

Carried forward 



1,142 


22 


2,435 


51 


100 45 


3,007 


19 


4,056 


31 


1,528 90 


2,631 


96 


2,867 


82 


224 


75 


531 


05 




30 


3,571 


95 


8,834 43 


1,813 


15 


80 87 


1,947 41 


5,062 93 


1,291 


87 




30 


41 


00 


4,079 


52 


3,536 


70 


174 47 


10,651 


00 


40 48 


6,130 54 


2,167 


62 


$310,409 49 



370 City Document No. 26. 

Brought forward 

Parkton road, from Perkins street to Perkins street, 
Patten street, from Hyde Park avenue to Bourne 

street 

Peacevale road, from Norfolk street to Dunbar 

avenue . 

Pelton street, from Park street to West Roxbury 

Parkway 

Percival street, from Fox street across Marie 

street 

Perham street, from Vermont street to the rail- 
road 

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 Cottage street across Geneva 

street 

Porter street, from 35 feet east of Frankfort street 

across Cottage street 

Powellton road, from Columbia road to Glenarm 

street 

Prince street, from Pond street to Arborway . 
Public Alley No. 809, from Gainsborough street 

to Batavia street 

Public Alley No. 810, from Pubhc Alley 809 to 

Pubhc Alley No. 811 

Public Alley No. 811, from Gainsborough street 

to Batavia street 

Public Alley No. 903, from Haviland street to 

Public Alley No. 904 

Public Alley No. 904, from Bickerstaff street to 

Pubhc Alley No. 903 

Public Alley No. 908, from Massachusetts avenue 

to Marlborough street 

Puritan avenue, from Richfield street to unnamed 

street 

Queen street, from King street to Claymont terrace, 
Randall street, from Harrison avenue to Albany 

street 

Raven street, from Crescent avenue southerly 
Rawston road, from Metropolitan avenue to Ethel 

street 

Redfield street, from Port Norfolk street to Wabiut 

street 

Richwood street, from Centre street to Montview 

street 

Carried forward 



$310,409 49 
100 45 


123 


17 


7,756 


26 


4,652 


52 


2,397 


53 


148 
2,397 


78 
88 


3,511 


96 




20 


3 


93 


2,643 


85 


2,350 
14,455 


71 

21 


1,620 


23 


3,979 


67 


1,356 46 


49 


70 


40 20 


2,147 


89 


7 


30 
19 


2,292 
3,482 


06 

89 


3,063 


81 


1,600 


22 


82 45 


$370,675 01 



Public Works Department. 371 

Brought forward $370,675 01 

Ridgewood street, from Draper street to Topliff 

street 

Ripley road, from Harvard street to Vassar street, 
Riverview road, from Brooks street to Ranelegh 

road 

Roach street, from Dorchester avenue to Pleasant 

street 

Ronald street, from Brinsley street 263 feet easterly, 
Rosecliff street, from Washington street to Kit- 

tredge street 

■Rosewood street, from Oakland street to Randolph 

road 

Rowe street, from Ashland street to Brown avenue, 
Rowell street, from Hancock street to Cushuig 

avenue 

St. Albans road, from Francis street to Huntington 

avenue 

St. Andrew road, from Bayswater street to Wash- 
burn avenue 

St. Francis de Sales street, from Cabot street to 

Roxbury street 

St. Lukes road, from Commonwealth avenue to 

Brighton avenue 

St. Rose street, extended to South street . 

St. William street, from Dorchester avenue to 

Auckland street 

Sanger street, from East Seventh street to East 

Eighth street 

Saville street, from Park street to Stratford street, 
Sayhrook street, from Market street to Dustin 

street 

Schiller road, from Rockland street to Dedham line, 
Seaver street, from Humboldt avenue to Blue HiU 

avenue (southwest side) 

Seaver street, from Humboldt avenue to Walnut 

avenue (southwest side) 

Selwyn street, from Farquhar street northeasterly 

1,174 feet 

South Sydney street, from Savin Hill avenue to 

Bay street 

Southwick street, from Neponset avenue to Free- 
port street 

Spring street, from Gardner street to Webster 

street 

Spring street, from Webster street to Charles river, 
Stratton street, from Blue Hill avenue to Lucerne 

street 

Carried forward $466,253 11 



7,933 


66 


64 


76 




30 




30 


1,795 07 


4,365 


99 


2,128 46 


3,403 


15 


9 


00 


10 00 


7,091 


08 




30 




15 


51 


29 


4,319 


52 


1,365 


30 


26 


50 


8,652 


27 


5,230 


54 


9,533 


70 


11,366 


97 


60 


54 


2,027 


25 


26 


16 


16,298 01 


5,747 


80 


4,070 03 



372 City Document No. 26. 

Brought forward 

Sturtevant street, from Park street to Gibson street, 
Temple street, from Ivory street to Spring street, 
Theodore street, from Morton street easterly . 
Tip Top street, from Washington street to Tremont 

street 

Trent street, from Coleman street to Clarkson 

street 

Trescott street, from Pleasant street to Bakersfield 

street 

Tuckerman street, from Dorchester avenue to 

Middle street 

Ulmer street, from Arklow street southerly 
Upland avenue, from Park street to Melville 

avenue 

Vista street, from Augustus avenue to Malvern 

road 

Wait street, from Hillside street to Sachem street, 
Walley street, from Gladstone street to Waldemar 

avenue 

Washington street, from Armandine street to Mora 

street 

Washington street, from Warrenton street to 

Pleasant street 

Wellington Hill footway, from Wellington Hill 

street to Walk Hill street 

Wellington Hill street, from Blue Hill avenue to 

Morton street 

Westhrook street, from Bennington street to 

Saratoga street 

Westmoreland street, from Adams street to 708 feet 

westerly 

Westwood street, from Richfield street to Wales 

place 

Whitfield street, from Talbot avenue to Norfolk 

street 

William Jackson avenue, from Chestnut Hill ave- 
nue to Academy Hill road 

Willow court, extended to Massachusetts avenue, 
Winfield street, from East Seventh street to East 

Eighth street 

Woodworth street, from Walnut street to Copley's 

highway 

Wordsworth street, from Horace street to Coleridge 

street 

Worthington street, from Longwood avenue to the 

Fenway 

Wyoming street, extended to Humboldt avenue 



$466,253 

500 

5,014 

59 


11 
05 
33 

85 


2,832 


26 


2,091 


50 


4 50 


61 03 
730 45 


2,646 


26 


67 

85 


96 
91 


2,554 


12 


4 60 


687 60 


3,534 89 




30 


8 


31 


5,188 


91 


49 


00 


1,066 


63 


56 
9 


43 

85 


1,431 


25 


1,166 


14 


276 


76 


10,858 
26 


58 
00 


$507,266 58 



Public Works Department. 



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City Document No. 26. 



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. 








Ye.ui. 


a 

O 

1 

n 
"3 

o 


o 

o 
« 

1 


o 

(U 

O 


d 
o 

1 


■ 3 

o 

1 


Q 


3 
o 


a 

O 

3 


"3 
o 


1906 


2,078 

414 

666 

723 

328 

1,718 

6,045 

2,199 

4,773 

947 


628 

1,263 

798 

2,898 

1,182 

465 

1,017 

557 

959 

265 


250 

100 

229 
70 


261 

908 

2,405 

214 

983 

2,098 

1,806 

1,221 

1,970 

4,939 


4.203 

349 

2,399 

779 

5,190 

11,627 

7,890 

2,907 

1,520 

2,230 


15,119 
4,781 
3,654 
4,833 
8,044 

14,627 
9,669 

10,296 
1,637 
6,928 


2,307 
1,663 
4,811 
2,380 
6,810 
5,806 
3,168 
2,716 
901 
4,547 


534 
813 

5,253 

50 

352 

407 

1,359 
672 
331 


24,596 


1907 


10,162 


1908 


15,536 


1909 


17,080 


1910 


22,687 


1911. 


36,693 


1912 


30,231 


1913 

1914 

1915 


21,325 
12,432 
20,187 


Totals. . . . 


19,881 


10,032 


649 


16,805 


39,094 


79,678 


35,019 


9,771 


210,929 



New Brick Sidewalks. (Does not include work done on streets laid out 
and constructed under chapter 393 of the Acts of 1906.) 

First Laying. Square Yards. 



Year. 


d 

o 

o 
« 
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3 

o 


d 
o 

o 
ffl 

§ 


d 
o 
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o 

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X 

o 

Pi 
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3 
X 

o 


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a 

O 
P^ 
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5 


"3 
"o 


1906 


934 
455 
217 
311 

1,292 
520 

2,249 
490 
762 
287 


699 
1,157 
836 
2,597 
974 
364 
623 
465 
379 
465 


223 


106 
250 


278 
400 
156 
987 


1,758 
856 
958 
406 
596 
460 
208 
103 
150 


899 

296 

884 

5,359 

2,230 

1,469 

716 

647 

382 

501 


328 
313 

314 

86 
585 


4,724 


1907 


3,828 


1908 


3,295 


1909 






8,829 


1910 


42 


166 


6,287 


1911 


3,127 


1912 








3 796 


1913 






80 


1,871 


1914 






2,258 


1915 




150 




1 403 










Totals. . . . 


7,517 


8,559 


265 


672 


1,901 


5,495 


13,383 


1,626 


39,418 



Public Works Department. 



375 



Recapitulation, 1915. 



Edgestones. 
Linear Feet. 



Brick. 
Square Yards. 



South Boston Paving District No. 1 

East Boston Paving District No. 2 .' 

Charlestown Paving District No. 3 

Brighton Paving District No. 4 

West Roxbury Paving District No. 5 

Dorchester and Hyde Park Paving Districts 

Nos. 6, 9-11 

Roxbury Paving District No. 7 

City Proper Paving Districts Nos. 8 and 10. . 



.947 
265 



4,939 
2,230 

6,928 

4,537 

331 



287 
465 



150 



501 



Totals . 



20,187 



1,403 



Loads of Dirt and Street Cleanings Removed from February 1, 1915, 
to January 31, 1916. 

By Paving Service Force. 



Districts. 


Single. 


Double. 


Cubic 
Yards. 


South Boston 


966 
367 
462 
1,948 
6,113 
1,232 
3,546 
1,009 
1,821 
1,101 
3,753 


174 
40 


1 314 


East Boston 


447 


Charlestown 


462 


Brighton 


3,614 
3,580 

266 
2,761 

555 

816 
2 

672 


9,176 
13,273 


West Roxbury 


Dorchester 


1,764 


Roxbury 


8 968 


South End 


2,119 
3 453 


Ashmont 


North End 


1,105 
5,097 


Hyde Park 




Totals 


22,318 


12,480 


47,178 



376 



City Document No. 26. 



Loads of Snow Removed from February I, 1915, to January 31, 1916. 



Districts. 



Single.' 



Double. t 



Cubic 
Yards. 



Cost.J 



South Boston . 
East Boston . . 
■Charlestown . . 

Brighton 

West Roxbury 
Dorchester. . . 

Roxbury 

South End.... 

Ashmont 

North End . . . 
Hyde Park . . . 

Totals . . . 



3,454 

839 

1,773 

93 

1,239 

333 
1,441 
2,883 

575 
1,185 

411 



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30 



93 

781 
133 
109 
845 
565 
76 
430 



9,227 

1,768 
3,546 
465 
4,821 
1,065 
3,209 
8,301 
2,845 
2,598 
2,112 



$5,658 70 
3,392 65 
4,687 34 
3,801 36 
6,928 44 
3,585 18 

11,462 17 

10,700 21 
3,020 75 

§5,099 01 
2,030 74 



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3,835 



39,957 



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* 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. 

§ Cost of engineering, inspection, advertising and license, $1,989.21. 



Snow and Ice Removed by Contract. 

From February 1, 1915, to January 31, 1916. 



Districts. 


Number 

of 
Loads.! 


Cubic 
Yards. 


Cost per 
Cubic 
Yard. 


Total 
Cost. 




Snow District No. 1 < 

Snow District No. 2 < 

Snow District No. 3 < 

Snow District No. 4 < 

Snow District No. 5 < 

Snow District No. 6 \ 

* Snow District No. 7 


536 
155 

459 
31 

1,130 
153 

483 
224 

906 
201 

1,253 
160 

232 


1,875 
528i 

1,909 
120i 

4,487 
676^ 

1,945§ 
797 

3,328 
717i 

4,333 
640 

834 


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44 

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33 

34 
31 

34 
37 

39 
40 

34 
37 

35 


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232 54 

649 06 
39 77 

1,525 58 
209 72 

661 47 
294 89 

1,297 92 
287 00 

1,473 22 
236 80 

291 90 


1914 contract. 

1915 contract. 

1914 contract. 

1915 contract. 

1914 contract. 

1915 contract. 

1914 contract. 

1915 contract. 

1914 contract. 

1915 contract. 

1914 contract. 

1915 contract. 

1915 contract. 


Totals 


5,923 


22,191^ 


$0 354 


$7,856 12 









* New district, 1915. 

t The capacity of the loads varies from two (2) cubic yards to four (4) cubic yards. 



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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 
follows : 



were issued as 



Permits. 



Length in 
Feet. 



City of Boston Fire Department 

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 

Bay State Street Railway Company 

Quincy Market Cold Storage Company 

Eastern Cold Storage Company 

Western Union Telegraph Company 

Emergency, Class A 

Emergency, Class A, returned as used 

Estimated length 



70 

33 

7 

406 

2,115 

2,201 

398 

201 

49 

218 

2,994 

403 

3,302 

31 

9 

8 

9 

872 

654 



4,190 
2,870 
1,105 
10,161 
51,715 
88,165 
98,360 
10,071 

2,835 

13,871 

161,428 

39,438 

361,177 

3,985 

561 

475 

1,450 



16,350 



Totals. 



13,980 



868,207 



Making a total length of openings of about 164 miles. 
Permits for occupation of public ways for purposes 
other than openings have been issued as follows: 

Advertising by men wearing lettered hat and coat . 88 

Cleaning snow from roof 49 

Driving cattle through the streets 10 

Dumping snow in public alleys 23 

Erecting and repairing awnings 1,222 

Erecting and repairing buildings 3,099 

Painting or minor repairs 5,075 

Feeding horses on streets 519 

Moving buildings in streets ...... 8 

Placing signs flat on buildings 1,104 

Projecting signs or lamps 868 

Raising or owering safes or heavy machinery . 263 

Loading or unloading goods 1 



Carried forward 



12,329 



Public Works Depaetment. 



379 



Brought forward 

Emergency permits (Glass 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 .... 



12,329 

228 

52 

465 

13,074 
13,980 

27,054 



The income from the issuance of permits amounted to 
$24,584.89, divided as follows: 



Class No. 1. 


Openings 


2. 


Emergency openings 


3. 


Advertising 


4. 


Cleaning snow from roofs 


5. 


Driving cattle 


6. 


Dumping snow 


7. 


Erecting and repairing awnings 


8. 


Erecting alterations and repairs on 




buildings 


9. 


Minor repairs on buildings 


10. 


Feeding horses 


11. 


Moving buildings . . . . 


12. 


Painting signs on fences 


13. 


Placing flat signs . . . . 


14. 


Projecting signs, etc. 


15. 


Raising and lowering goods, etc. 


16. 


Loading and unloading goods . 


17. 


Emergency (Class B) . . . 


18. 


Special 


19. 


Annual permits 



Total . 



$6,157 25 


477 


00 


116 


00 


29 


00 


50 


00 


11 


50 


611 


00 


10,915 


64 


2,537 


50 


519 


00 


335 


00 


00 


557 


00 


868 


00 


271 


00 


3 


00 


228 


00 


13 


00 


866 


00 


S24,584 89 



Nineteen thousand two hundred five dollars and thir- 
teen cents cash paid to City Collector. Bills for collec- 
tion of balance, $5,379.76. 

One thousand nine hundred ten bonds are on file in 
the Permit Office. These include twenty thousand, 
three thousand and one thousand dollar bonds. 



Defects in Sidewalks and Roadways. 

Three hundred sixty-nine notices were sent to property 
owners to make repairs to sidewalks for the maintenance 



380 



City Document No. 26. 



of which they were responsible. These included steps, 
portions of buildings encroaching on sidewalks and 
defective bulkheads, areas, etc. 

Thirty-four thousand eight hundred twenty-three 
notices were sent to district foremen, contractors, public 
service corporations and others to make repairs in the 
streets where defects existed on account of work for 
which they were responsible. 

Permits have been issued for the placing of 204 poles 
and the removal of 374 poles in accordance with plans 
filed in this office. Permits have also been issued for 
the resetting of 1,020 defective poles. 

Street Numbe.ring. 
Building numbers have been assigned as listed below: 





Entire 
Streets 
Num- 
bered. 


Entire 
Streets 
Renu m- 
bered. 


Partly 
Num- 
bered 
Streets. 


Partly 
Renum- 
bered 

Streets. 


Estates 
Num- 
bered. 


Estates 
Renum- 
bered. 


Figures 
Issued. 








1 




100 
24 

324 
74 

375 

500 
1,000 

408 
88 


78 
18 
10 
18 
94 
26 
12 


250 


Charlestown 






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1 


5 
2 


4 

1 
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7 
20 
7 


1 

2 
2 


1,055 


South Boston 


232 






996 


West Roxbury 




1 
3 
1 


1,245 




6 
1 


1,998 




1,134 


Hyde Park 


199 














Totals 


8 


12 


48 


11 


2,893 


256 


7,165 







Public Works Department. 



381 



Plans. 
During the year plans were filed as follows: 





Mains. 


Poles. 


Tracks. 


Conduits. 


Miscel- 
laneous. 


New England Telephone and Telegraph 




24 
51 




50 
395 




Company. 




Boston Consolidated Gas Company 


30 

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2 














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2 










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1 

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31 














Totals 


45 


80 


13 


502 


31 







Poles, 80; mains, 45; tracks, 13; conduits, 502; 
miscellaneous, 31; total of 671 plans filed this year, 
making a total of plans on file of 12,918. 



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