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Compliments of 

Thomas F. Sullivan, 

Commissioner of Public Works 
PLEASE EXCHANGE 



ANNUAL REPORT 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT 



YEAR 1917 




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CITY OF BOSTON 

PRINTING DEPARTMENT 

1918 



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CONTENTS. 



Part I. 



EEPORT OF THE COMMISSIONEE OF 
PUBLIC WORKS 



Appropriations 2 

Appropriations, special 3 

Contracts : 

Artificial stone sidewalks 30 
Artificial stone sidewalks, 

edgestones, etc 32 . 

Ashes 44 

Asphalt pavement 35 

Bitulithic pavement 40 

Bituminous macadam .... 42 

Bridge work 25 

Catch-basins, cleaning 

same 49 

Electric lighting 28 

Ferry work 26 

Filling 34 

Gas, furnishing same 28 

Gas, lighting streets with 

same 28 

Granite block pavement . . 41 

Hired teams 24 

In force, made in previous 

years. Sanitary Service 45 

Macadam, bituminous.. . . 42 
Miscellaneous, Paving 

Service 43 

Miscellaneous, Sanitary 

Service 45 

Miscellaneous, Street 

Cleaning Service 47 

Miscellaneous, Water Serv- 
ice 62 

Offal 44 



PAGE 

Paving and regulating ... . 41 

Pile driving 57 

Pumping station, Calf 

Pasture 57 

Sewerage works 50 

Sheet asphalt pavement . . 35 

Snow and ice 48 

Strand way and Old Harbor 

improvement 27 

Topeka pavement 38 

Water pipes, laying 58 

Water pipes, relaying .... 61 

Watering carts 46 

Wood block pavement. ... 38 

Employees 84 

Expenditm-es 20 

Expenditures, by items, seg- 
regated budget 10 

Financial statement 20 

General review 7 

Maintenance, comparative 

table 21 

Organization 1 

Pavements, area of 64 

Pavements, changes in 67 

Pavements, length of 66 

Pavements, miles of 65 

Property, personal 68 

Property' real 72 

Rainfall 63 

Revenue 22 

Snowfall 63 

Street mileage 65 



Part II. — Appendix A. 



Administration expenses, Central Office. 



91 



IV 



Contents. 



Appendix B. 

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

(Bridge Service.) 

(Page 92.) 



PAGE 

Appropriations, special 109 

Appropriations, special, sum- 
mary of Ill 

Bridges, work done on: 

Blue Hill Avenue Bridge 96 

Boylston Street Bridge ... 96 

Chelsea Bridge North 97 

Congress Street Bridge. . . 100 

Dorchester Avenue Bridge 97 

Dover Street Bridge 97 

Drawbridge safety signals 99 

Jones Avenue Footbridge 97 
Massachusetts Avenue 
Bridge, over New York, 
New Haven & Hartford 

Railroad 99 

Northern Avenue Bridge 100 

Summer Street Bridge. ... 101 

Walworth Street Bridge ... 99 
City base, elevations and 

datum 122 

Drawtenders' report 121 

Elevations, city base 122 

Expenditures 105 

Expenditures, special appro- 
priations 109 

Expenditures, special appro- 
priations, summary of Ill 

Financial statement 105 

General review 92 

List of Bridges: 

In charge of Bridge and 
Ferry Division, Bridge 

Service 112 



In charge of Bridge and 
Ferry Division and Park 
and Recreation Depart- 
ment 113 

In charge of Park and 

Recreation Department 114 

Maintained by Metropoli- 
tan Park Commission. . . 116 

Maintained by railroad 

corporations 116 

Maintained by United 

States Government.... 118 
Of which Boston main- 
tains the part within its 

limits 114 

Of which Boston main- 
tains the wearing sur- 
face 115 

Of which Boston pays a 
part of the cost of main- 
taining 114 

Navigation lights 101 

Organization 92 

Recapitulation of bridges. . . 118 

Recommendations 94 

Repairs on bridges 108 

Tides, highest and lowest 

recorded 123 

Width of bridge openings. . . 119 
Work done 92 



Contents. 



(Ferry Service.) 
(Page 125.) 



Appropriations 125 

Appropriations, amounts paid 

from 130 

Appropriations, comparison 

of (five years) 128 

Appropriations, special 130 

Balance sheet 126 

Comparative balance sheet 

(five years) 127 

Comparison of appropria- 
tions, receipts and ex- 
penditures (five years) .... 128 
Difference in travel between 

ferries 132 

Expenditures 125 



Ex-penditures, comparison of 

(five years) 128 

Expenditures and receipts 

since 1858 130 

Ferryboats .- 125 

Financial statements 125 

Receipts at each ferry 131 

Receipts, comparison of (five 

years) 128 

Recommendations 95 

Ticket statement 132 

Total travel on both ferries 

(six years) 133 

Work done 102 



Appendix C. 



REPORT OF THE DIVISION ENGINEER OF THE 
HIGHWAY DIVISION. 

General Review. 
(Page 134.) 

(Lighting Service.) 
(Page 137.) 



Arc lamps, total cost per 

lamp per annum 144 

Defects 139 

Electric lights, number and 

kind of 143 

Electric lights, cost of 143 

Expenditures 137 

Financial statement 137 

Gas lamps, number and 

kind of 141 

Gas lamps, total cost per 

lamp per annum 142 



Incandescent lamps, total 

cost per lamp per annum 145 
Lamps, number of, installed 

during year 139 

Lamps, discontinued 139 

Lamps, repaired and altered 140 
Number and style of lamps, 

January 1, 1918 141 

Outages on street lamps 141 

Rebates 141 

Repairs 141 

Revenue 138 

Work done 138 



VI 



Contents. 



(Paving Service.) 



Artificial stone sidewalks . . . 
Asphalt, cost of patching 
(ten years) : 

Acme 

Sicilian rock 

Seyssel rock 

Trinidad Lake 

Summary of 

Assessment streets, work 

done on 

Bitulithic pavement: 

Cost of patching (ten 
years) 

Summary of 

Brick sidewalks, new, by 

districts 

Dirt and street cleanings 

removed 

Edgestones, new, by districts 

Electric light poles . 

Expenditures, summary of: 

Belgrade avenue and 
Beech street 

Charles street (now Cal- 
edonian avenue) 

Chelsea street, widening. . 

Granolithic sidewalks 

Highways, making of 

Hyde Park avenue, widen- 
ing 

Norfolk street, widening. . 

Paving Service 

Reconstructing and repair- 
ing streets by contract . . 
Expenditures, objects of. 

Financial statement 

General law, streets 

General review 

Granite blocks, streets paved 

with, having a maintenance 

guaranty 

Horse-drawn vehicles, sum- 
mary of traffic (between 

pages 468, 469). 
Income 



(Page 


146.) 




PAGE 




PAGE 


174 


Macadam streets, mainte- 






nance of 


351 




Motor vehicles, summary of 




374 


traffic (between pages 468, 




369 


469). 




373 


Notices 


357 


360 


Permits 


356 


375 


Permits, revenue from 


357 




Plans for proposed work .... 


359 


156 


Revenue 


189 




Roadway defects 


357 




Sidewalk defects 


357 


376 

378 


Smooth pavements, area of. . 


464 


Smooth pavements, expira- 






tion of guaranty 


379 


352 


Snow and ice removed by 




353 


contract 


354 


352 


Snow and ice removed by 




359 


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


354 




and cost of 


355 


188 


Street numbering 


358 




Street openings 


356 


188 






188 


Streets : 




188 


Paved with asphalt on 




188 


concrete base 


150 




Paved with granite blocks 




188 


on concrete base 


146 


188 


Paved with granite blocks, 




188 


maintenance of 

Paved with wood blocks on 


467 


188 


concrete base 


155 


190 


With smooth pavement, 




188 


expiration of guaranty 


379 


174 


With smooth pavement. 




134 

[ 


summary of 

Traffic, vehicular, summary 
of (between pages 468, 469) . 


464 


467 


Work done 


134 



Work done : 

By contract, summary of 
By day labor, summary of 



183 

187 



Contents. 



vu 



Work done: page 

By department force, de- 
tail of (between pages 
336,337). 

Charged to Belgrade ave- 
nue and Beech street, 
recapitulation of 339 

Charged to Charles street 

(now Caledonian avenue) 339 

Charged to Chelsea street, 
widening, recapitulation 
of 340 

Charged to granolithic 

sidewalks 197 

Charged to granolithic 
sidewalks, recapitula- 
tion of 340 

Charged to highways, 

making of 263 

Charged to highways, 
making of, recapitula- 
tion of 344 



Work done: page 

Charged to Hyde Park 
avenue, widening, re- 
capitulation of 340 

Charged to Norfolk street, 
widening, recapitulation 
of 340 

Charged to reconstructing 
and repairing streets by 
contract 222 

Charged to reconstructing 
and repairing streets by 
contract, recapitulation 
of 343 

Charged to regular and 
street improvements ap- 
propriations 195 

Charged to regular and 
street improvements ap- 
propriations, recapitula- 
tion of 336 

Charged to special appro- 
priations, recapitulation 
of 339 



(Sanitary Service.) 
(Page 469.) 



PAGE 

Appropriations 469 

Ashes, collected by contract, 

number of loads 477 

Carts, capacity of 476 

Carts, number of 481 

Districts 482 

Expenditures, items of 471 

Financial statement 469 

Force employed on house 

dirt and ashes 475 

Force employed on house 

offal 475 

Force employed on waste and 

rubbish 475 

Horseshoeing 473 

Income 469 

Maintenance 469 



PAQB 

Materials: 

Amount expended on offal, 
ashes and rubbish by 
districts 474 

Ashes and house dirt re- 
moved (five years) 475 

Collected by districts 478 

Cost of collecting and dis- 
posing of refuse by con- 
tract 480 

Cost of collecting and dis- 
posing of refuse by day 
labor (between pages 
480, 481). 

Final disposition of 479 

Garbage removed (5 years) 476 



Vlll 



Contents. 



Materials: 

Number of loads collected 
from February 1, 1913, 
to January 27, 1918 476 

Offal, collected by con- 
tract, number of loads. . 477 

Waste and rubbish re- 
moved (five years) 476 



PAGE 

Refuse collected, detail of 
(between pages 480, 481). 

Revenue 469 

Sanitary districts 482 

Shops 472 

Weight of materials. , 478 

Work done for other services 470 



(Street Cleaning and Oiling Service.) 
(Page 483.) 



PAGE 

Automobiles, detail of cost. . 494 
Cost of watering streets by 

districts 492 

Expenditures, distribution of 487 

Expenditures, items of 483 

Financial statement 483 

Flushing streets 489 

Horses, cost of maintaining 490 

Horses, distribution of 490 

Macadam streets, cost of 

oiling 491 

Oil purchased, number of 

gallons and cost of 493 



Snow removed, cost of 488 

Streets : 

Area watered and cost per 

square yard 492 

Cleaned, miles of 489 

Cleaned, total cost of (be- 
tween pages 494, 495). 
Swept by machines (be- 
tween pages 494, 495). 
Treated with oil, cost of . . 491 

Water, amount used 492 

Watered, cost by districts 492 



Appendix D. 



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



(Sewer Service.) 
(Page 496.) 



Catch-basins built, charged 

to sewerage works 527 

Catch-basins built, charged 
to other sewer construc- 
tion 536, 545 

Catch-basins, cleaned by 

contract 514 



Coal contracts, pumping 
station (Supply Depart- 
ment) 513 

Entrance fees, permits and 

assessments 548 

Executions of court, on ac- 
count of land-takings . . . 523, 544 



Contents. 



IX 



Expenditures: page 

Maintenance 505 

Maintenance, detail of 508 

Maintenance, detail of, 

recapitulation of 512 

Separate systems of drain- 
age 539 

Separate systems of drain- 
age, detail of 540 

Sewerage works, detail of 515 
Sewerage works, loan 516 

Financial statement 504 

Horses, cost of maintaining 549 

Land-takings, executions of 

court 523, 544 

Manholes built, charged to 

sewerage works 524 

Miles of sewers, February 1, 

1918 549 

Pumping sewage, average 
cost per million foot-gallons 550 

Pumping station, Calf Pas- 
ture, work done 522 



Pumps, Calf Pasture, aver- 
age lift and duty 551 

Refuse, removing same from 

gatehouse 552 

Schedule of sewers built to 

date 549 

Sewers built by contract, 
force account (between 
pages 514, 515). 

Sewers built by day labor, 
force account (between 
pages 514, 515). 

Sewers built, charged to 

sewerage works 516 

Summary of sewer construc- 
tion (twelve months) 548 

Summary of sewer construc- 
tion (five years) 550 

Sludge account 552 

Work done 496 

Work in charge of division . . 502 



(Water Service.) 
(Page 553.) 



P.*.GE 

Abatements 561 

Applications for new pipes . . 563 
Automobiles, cost of opera- 
ting 557 

Construction, cost of 559 

Consumption of water 601 

Distributions of mains and 

services 601 

Elevators 562 

Expenditures 553 

Expenditures, detail of 554 

Expenditures, comparison of 558 

Financial statement 553 

Fire pipes 562 

Fountain repairs 582 

Fountains changed 581 

Fountains established and 

abandoned 581 

Fountains, number of 575 



Hydrants, blow-off and reser- 
voir pipes 572 

Hj^drant repairs 577 

Hydrants, total number of, 

January 31, 1918 573 

Hydrants, total number and 
Icind of, established and 

abandoned 577 

Income branch 560 

Main pipe, cost of extension 590 
Main pipe, cost of replacing 598 
Main pipe line and valves in 

same 571 

Main pipe work, mainte- 
nance of 576 

Meter branch 563 

Meter repairs 584 

Meters: 

Applied 569 



Contents. 



Meters: 

Changed 568 

Changes, reasons for 569 

Condemned 566 

In service, January 31, 

1918 565 

Installed 563 

On hand January 31, 1918 564 

Owned by city 570 

Purchased 566 

Repaired 567 

Set... 583 

Motors 562 

Receipts 553 

Receipts, comparison of ... . 558 

Revenue 556 

Service pipes : 

Abandoned and plugged . . 579 

Cost of laying 579 

Cost of laying, detail of. . 580 

Laid and abandoned 578 

Maintenance of 580 

Repairs, cost of 581 

Total number and length 

of 574 



Shops, work done in: 

Blacksmith '. 586 

Carpenter 587 

Machine 584 

Pattern 588 

Plumbing 589 

Miscellaneous 589 

Water : 

Average monthly heights 
at different stations (be- 
tween pages 600, 601) . 

Debt 559 

Sinking fund 559 

Water pipes, total length of 571 
Water posts, established and 

abandoned 582 

Water post repairs 583 

Water rates, comparative 

statement 561 

Water, consumption of 601 

Water, turning off and on. . 562 

Waste, prevention of 560 

Work done 560 



Appendix D-I. 



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



(Page 602.) 



Expenditures 604 

Financial statement 604 



Pumping station, proposed . 
Work done 



PAGE 

603 
602 



Contents. 



XI 



• Appendix E. 



REPORT OF THE BOSTON AND CAMBRIDGE 
BRIDGE COMMISSION. 

(Page 606.) 



Bridges in charge of com- 
mission 606 

Draw openings 609 



Drawtenders' report. 609 

Expenditures 608 

Work done 606 



DOCUMENT NUMBERS OF ANNUAL REPORTS. 

(Page 611.) 



ANNUAL REPORT 

OF THE 

PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT 

FOR THE 

YEAR ENDING JANUARY 31, 1918. 

Boston, February 1, 1918. 

Hon. Andrew J. Peters, 

Mayor of the City of Boston: 

Sir, — In compliance with Revised Ordinances, the 
annual report of the operations and expenses of the 
Public Works Department for the year ending January 
31, 1918, is respectfully submitted. The Public Works 
Department, created by Ordinances of 1910, chapter 9, 
now chapter 28 of the Revised Ordinances of 1914, was 
formed by consolidating the Engineering, Water and 
Street Departments. 

Organization. 

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

Central Office. Bridge and Ferry Division. 

Highway Division. 

Note. — The Boston and Cambridge Division, so 
called, is not strictly speaking a division of the Public 
Works Department, as this work is in charge of a com- 
mission of two, one member appointed by the Maj^or of 



2 City Document No. 26. 

Boston and the other by the Mayor of Cambridge, 
under the provisions of chapter 412 of the Acts of 1904; 
but because of the fact that the present Commissioner 
of Public Works is the Boston member of this commis- 
sion and also because one half of the expenses of this 
commission is defrayed by the Bridge Service, it is here 
treated as a division of this department. 

Appropriations. 

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

First. — • Maintenance appropriation, derived from the 
income of the city raised by taxation. In December, 
1916, the department estimates of the money necessary 
for the proper maintenance and conduct of affairs of the 
different services were submitted to the Mayor. The 
estimates were made in segregated form to the Mayor, 
who made such allowance for each item in the budget 
as he considered necessary and submitted them to the 
City Council. The total maintenance appropriations 
as passed by the City Council and approved by the 
Mayor are shown below. On another page will be found 
the total expenditures by each service, for each item in 
the segregated budget : 



Central Office . 
Bridge Service . 
Ferry Service . 
Lighting Service 
Paving Service 
Sanitary Service 
Street Cleaning and 
Sewer Service . 
Water Service . 

Total . 



Oiling Service 



$76,531 63 

331,805 29 

342,348 31 

791,673 36 

1,028,339 64 

1,014,602 48 

736,130 90 

374,797 98 

1,050,516 90 

55,746,746 49 



Boston and Cambridge Bridges.* 

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



Amount expended during the year 



,643 56 



* Paid by Bridge Service. 



Public Works Department. 3 

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

Balance February 1, 1917 $273,038 07 

Loan 600,000 00 

Total $873,038 07 

Expended during the year 826,307 72 

Balance January 31, 1918 .... $46,730 35 

Fourth. — Loan under the provisions of chapter 383 
of the Acts of 1903, as amended by chapter 485 of the 
Acts of 1907, by chapter 514 of the Acts of 1908, by 
chapter 612 of the Acts of 1911, and by chapter 348 of 
the Acts of 1912, which provides that the City of Boston 
shall in the year 1913 expend $400,000 and in each of 
the next four years shall expend $400,000, to be met by 
loan inside the debt limit. (Separate Systems of Drain- 
age — Sewer Service.) 

Balance February 1, 1917 $74,216 49 

Loan 400,000 00 



Total $474,216 49 

Expended during the .year . . . . . 413,852 64 



Balance January 31, 1918 .... $60,363 85 

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

Balance February 1, 1917 $204,975 73 

Expended during the year .....* 66,928 12 



Balance January 31, 1918 . . . ' . $138,047 61 

Special Appropriations. 

Loan inside the debt limit under the provisions of 
chapter 661, Acts of 1912, for the widening and laying 
out of certain streets in Boston. (Paving Service.) 

* Total expended to January 31, 1918, $721,952.39. 



4 City Document No. 26. 

Expended during the year on : 

Belgrade avenue extension and Beech street 

widening $1,373 25 

Chelsea street, Charlestown, widening . . 3,873 89 

Hyde Park avenue, widening .... 4,486 46 

Norfolk street, Dorchester, widening . . . 9,689 11 

Total $19,422 71 

Broadway Bridge, Boston & Albany Railroad. (Bridge 

Service.) 

Balance February 1, 1917 ..... $3,840 61 

Expended during the year 456 68 

Balance January 31, 1918 .... $3,383 93 

Broadway Bridge, Rebuilding. (Bridge Service.) 

Balance February 1, 1917 $7,045 80 

Expended during the year 00 



Balance January 31, 1918 .... $7,045 80 

Brookline Avenue Bridge. (Bridge Service.) 

Loan authorized, but not issued, inside debt limit, $55,000 00 
Expended during the year 1,898 13 



Balance January 31, 1918 .... $53,101 87 

Cambridge Bridge, Painting and Repairing. (Bridge 

Service.) 

Transferred to Bridge Service .... $5,317 35 

Balance February 1, 1917 5,317 35 

Chelsea Bridge South. (Bridge Service.) 

Balance February 1, 1917 ..... $20,031 92 

Expended during the year ' 287 05 



Balance January 31, 1918 $19,744 87 

Granite Avenue Bridge. (Appropriation from Taxes — 
Bridge Service.) 

Appropriation $2,488 45 

Expended during the year . . . . . 1,911 62 



Balance February 1, 1918 .... $576 83 



Public Works Department. 5 

Malden Bridge. (Bridge Service.) 

Revenue received from Boston Elevated Rail- 
way Company $143,441 18 

Expended during the year 143,000 72 

Balance January 31, 1918 . . . . $440 46 

Meridian Street Bridge. (Bridge Service.) 

Balance February 1, 1917 . . • . • . • $15,152 62 
Transferred to other department appropriations, 13,821 64 

Balance January 31, 1918 .... $1,330 98 

Spring Street Bridge. (Bridge Service.) 



Balance February 1, 1917 
Revenue .... 



Total .... 
Expended during the year 



^1,639 42 
4,000 00 

^5,639 42 
3,963 26 



Balance January 31, 1918 .... $1,676 16 

Winthrop Bridge. (Bridge Service.) 

Balance February 1, 1917 $4,466 56 

Expended during the year 00 

Balance January 31, 1918 .... $4,466 56 

Ferry Service Auxiliary Lighting Plant. (Ferry Service.) 

Balance February 1, 1917 $1,775 00 

Transferred to Ferry Service . . . . 1,651 95 

$123 05 
Expended during the year 123 05 

Granolithic Sidewalks. (Paving Service.) 

Balance February 1, 1917 $34,653 31 

Appropriation from taxes 100,000 00 

Total $134,653 31 

Expended during the year 115,861 09 

Balance January 31, 1918 .... $18,792 22 



6 City Document No. 26. 

Charles Street, Spring Street to Hamilton Street. 

(Paving Service.) 
Balance February 1, 1917 . . . . • $10,000 00 
Expended during the year 3,047 82 

Balance January 31, 1918 .... $6,952 18 

Reconstructing and Repairing Streets by Contract. 
(Paving Service.) 

Balance, February 1, 1917 $329,862 94 

Appropriated from taxes 500,000 00 

$829,862. 94 
Transferred to Soldiers' Relief Department . 82,000 00 

$747,862 94 
Expended during the year 575,405 27 

Balance January 31, 1918 . . . . $172,457 67 

Refuse Destructor Site, Spectacle Island. 
(Sanitary Service.) 

Balance February 1, 1917 $15,000 00 

Expended during the year 00 

Balance January 31, 1918 .... $15,000 00 

Refuse Transfer Station. (Sanitary Service.) 

Balance February 1, 1917 $271 66 

Expended during the year 00 

$271 66 



Service Mains and Relaying Mains. (Water Service.) 

Balance February 1, 1917 $87,146 19 

Appropriated from water revenue . . . 35,000 00 

$122,146 19 
Expended during the year 97,058 88 

Balance January 31, 1918 . . . . $25,087 31 

Strandway and Old Harbor Improvement. 
(Bridge Service.) 

Balance February 1, 1917 $593,875 58 

Expended during the year 234,274 02 

Balance January 31, 1918 .... * $359,601 56 

* The cost of sewerage works on this work is charged to the appropriation for Sewerage 
Works. Cost to January 31, 1918, $239,398.44. 



Public Works Department. 7 

General Remarks. 

On December 1, 1917, the Sewer and Water Services 
were separated from the Highway Division and united 
into the Sewer and Water Division under a division 
engineer. Otherwise the organization of the department 
remained as it was during the preceding year. 

A brief summary of the activities of the various services 
follows : 

Bridge Service. 

Maiden Bridge. — The work of building a new draw 
span at this bridge under the supervision of the Bridge 
Service was completed during the year. This work was 
made necessary by the construction of the elevated bridge 
to Maiden and the cost was borne by the Boston Elevated 
Railway Company. 

Morton Street Bridge. — Sidewalks were built on this 
bridge, which removed the possibility of accidents from 
automobiles crossing the bridge. 

Navigation lights have been installed at the bridges on 
L street and Chelsea street. 

The wooden flooring of the bridges on Boylston street, 
over the Boston & Albany Railroad; Blue Hill avenue, 
over the Midland Division, and the Prison Point Bridge 
over Miller's river have been rebuilt. 

At Massachusetts Avenue Bridge over the New York, 
New Haven & Hartford Railroad some of the steel 
work was found to be in a dangerously corroded con- 
dition and work on the fabrication is progressing. At 
Byron Street Bridge, East Boston, part of the timber 
supporting the bridge was found to be decayed and is 
now being replaced. On Jones avenue, Dorchester, a 
footbridge over the railroad tracks has been built which 
will prevent accidents to persons crossing the railroad 
tracks. 

Ferry Service. 

The piers, headhouses, drops and ferryboats have been 
repaired during the year. To put the plant in first- 
class condition extensive repairs are necessary and at 
least one new boat should be built during the year, 
three out of the seven boats being in service for thirty 
or more years. 

Lighting Service. 

New arc and tungsten lamps have been installed in 
different sections of the city during the past year. 



8 City Document No. 26. 

Orders have been given for the installation of boulevard 
lamps in Maverick square, Central square, Hanover 
street, Tremont street, from Boylston street to Common 
street; Washington street, from Court street to Hanover 
street; Stoughton street, Columbia road and Columbus 
avenue. 

Paving Service. 

Appropriations of $500,000 for reconstructing and 
repairing streets by contract and $100,000 for granolithic 
sidewalks were made by the City Council. 

The types of paving best adapted for the use to which 
particular streets are subjected, as adopted in 1916, were 
followed in constructing and reconstructing streets during 
the year past. Contracts were made so as to include 
streets in groups, and it is thought that this method of 
awarding contracts will be conducive to lower prices and 
better work. The above applies to permanent pavements 
only. 

Streets in the suburban sections of the city were 
resurfaced by the department forces with an asphalt or 
tar binder. 

Sanitary Service. 

A study has been made of the cost of doing the work 
now done in the suburban sections by contract with city 
forces. While the cost will be greater than at present 
there is no doubt that more efficient service will be given, 
and the citizens in these districts more satisfied. It is 
hoped that this system of collection by the department 
forces will be put into operation this year. 

Street Cleaning Service. 

The policy of using pressure flushers for the removal 
of dirt on paved streets has been continued during the 
past year with satisfactory results. All macadam streets 
were oiled at least once during the season. 

Sewer Service. 

A concrete sewer and surface drain was built in Fruit, 
North Grove and Blossom streets in extension of the 
separate system. 

In Deerfield street, at Back street, a tide gate chamber 
for 5-foot 9-inch gates and connection was built in 
anticipation of Boston marginal conduit. 



Public Works Department. 9 

Circular concrete sewer to replace an old wooden sewer 
has been built in Webster street, from Orleans street 220 
feet easterly. 

Pipe and concrete surface drains have been built in 
Hyde Park and Dana avenues and Folsom street. 

Concrete conduit and pipe surface drain was built in 
North Beacon street, from Market to Cambridge street. 

Work on the Spring Street brook was completed this 
year by the building of a circular concrete conduit in 
conjunction with pipe sanitary sewer and pipe surface 
drain. 

Water Service. 

About 1,000 feet of 30-inch pipe were laid during the 
year, completing the High Service pipe in Harrison 
avenue. 

In the Charlestown district 9,000 feet of old pipes 
were cleaned, with satisfactory results. 

The relaying of 3,100 feet of 8-inch with 16-inch pipe 
in River street, Hyde Park, furnishes a second supply 
by way of Mattapan to Hyde Park in case the Metro- 
politan 20-inch pipe in Hyde Park avenue is shut off. 

By chapter 269 of the Acts of 1917 the city was 
relieved of the necessity of equipping with water meters 
5 per cent of the Water Service for one year from April 
10, 1917. 

High Pressure Fire Service. 

During the year 1917, 4,400 feet of pipe mains and 
twenty-nine hydrants, comprising mainly the feeders 
from the proposed North End pumping station, jvere 
added to the piping system. There are now available 
209 hydrants supplied from the High Service domestic 
system and their present value has been demonstrated 
in actual fire service a number of times. An invitation 
bid from the Westinghouse Company for the equipment 
for the station was received, which appeared excessive 
and was not accepted. 

Strand WAY. 

On account of unavoidable delay the work on the 
Strandway has not been entirely completed, although 
all the sewerage works consisting of long outlets at 
various places have been finished. 

A contract for the laying of artificial stone sidewalks 
from the headhouse to K street was awarded during 
the year and the work is now in progress. 



10 



City Document No. 26. 

Expenditures Under the Maintenance Appropriation of 

From February 1, 1917, 



Geoup and Item. 



A. Personal Service as per Schedule A: 

1. Permanent employees 

2. Temporary employees 

3. Unassigned 

B. Service Other than Personal: 

1. Printing and binding 

2. Postage 

3. Advertising and posting 

4. Transportation of persons 

5. Cartage and freight 

6. Hire of teams and auto trucks 

7. Heat 

8. Light and power 

9. Lighting streets, alleys and parks. . . 

10. Rent, taxes and water 

11. Insurance 

12. Premium on surety bond 

13. Communication 

14. Motor vehicle repairs and care 

15. Motorless vehicle repairs 

16. Care of horses 

18. Cleaning 

19. ReDBoval of ashes, dirt and garbage. 

20. Disposal of ashes, dirt and garbage . . 

21. Removal of snow 

22. Medical 

23. Veterinary 

24. Blacksmith 

26. Protective and preventive 

27. Testing materials and supplies 

28. Expert and architect 

29. Stenographic, copying and indexing. 
32. Towing 

35. Fees, service of venires, etc 

36. Boiler inspection 

37. Photographic and blueprinting 

39. General plant 

40. Harness, etc., repairs 

41. Horseshoeing and cHpping 



Central. 



Bridge. 



1,003 78 



710 99 
257 11 



184 85 



6 00 




18 60 


152 77 


561 55 


1,322 97 



22 00 



4 50 
79 61 



$229,034 55 
3,002 97 
1,472 95 



143 36 
114 25 
389 84 
33 22 
136 31 



8,020 51 



536 93 



13 20 



5 00 

30 00 

1,776 44 



22 00 
10 00 
60 80 
34,761 79 
25 00 
293 76 



Public Works Department. 



11 



the Several Services by Items of the Segregated Budget, 
to January 31, 1918. 



Paving. 



Sanitary. 



Street 
Cleaning. 



Sewer. 



Water. 



Totals. 



$667,202 83 



9,135 11 



$448,834 70 



$417,957 10 



559 15 
21 60 



30,812 56 



1,543 63 



2,494 30 



21 00 

1,728 31 

4,634 44 

1,389 95 

414 17 

142 80 



100 85 

12,730 44 

12 00 

294 00 

1,058 96 



45 00 



581 00 

55 00 

72 50 

7,362 38 

268 75 

4,806 69 



9,919 12 

1,000 00 

4 56 

34 20 

21 88 

9 50 

121,042 02 



22,590 36 



24 12 



3,930 95 



1,020 00 



6 00 

79'9 55 

1,'^94 79 

5,738 29 

1,132 00 

113 00 

169,040 11 

154,003 43 



12 00 

557 04 

6 35 



33 00 



130 00 
2,088 79 



2,962 64 



$208,905 64 



55 
347 05 

77,968 39 



4,741 16 



667 96 
5,554 86 



10 50 
288 62 
345 70 



95 00 



556 00 



3,966 96 
314 85 



6,951 85 

192 99 

295 63 

10 00 

1,001 78 

4 90 

544 45 

102 55 

3,336 31 



1,227 40 
193 00 



735 66 

1,203 44 

980 23 



41,607 95 
132 25 



62 00 
404 17 

63 00 



800 00 

53 82 

12 00 

183 00 

5,550 09 

11 00 

1,305 20 



$531,642 20 



13,906 53 



666 72 

78 25 

3,399 63 

313 68 

513 55 



953 85 



1,277 38 



12 50 
1,327 91 
4,491 10 
1,450 96 



30 44 



15 00 
267 19 



1,544 95 
75 



225 25 

10 00 

88 21 

36,681 42 

64 45 

1,766 62 



$2,769,160 28 
14,215 38 
64,948 16 

3,726 79 

1,952 53 

312 80 

5,103 48 

968 50 

234,701 43 

102 55 

22,131 09 

742,532 99 

11,297 17 

193 00 

126 34 

5,643 11 

19,833 31 

9,580 63 

1,546 17 

41,942 39 

169,199 19 

154,104 28 

12,730 44 

54 50 

1,498 85 

3,591 62 

63 00 

1,684 95 

15,921 57 

4,351 33 

940 00 

1,513 07 

107 00 

539 01 

121,643 72 

684 05 

11,134 91 



12 



City Document No. 26. 



Expenditures Under the Maintenance Appropriation of the 



GI*oup AND Item. 



Equipment: 

2. Machinery 

3. Electrical 

4. Motor vehicles 

5. Motorless vehicles 

6. Stable 

7. Furniture and fittings 

9. Office 

11. Marine 

13. Tools and instruments 

16. Wearing apparel 

17. General plant 

Supplies. 

1. Office 

2. Food and ice 

3. Fuel 

4. Forage and animal 

5. Medical, surgical, laboratory. 

7. Veterinary 

8. Laundry, cleaning, toilet 

11. Motor vehicle 

13. Chemicals and disinfectants. , 

16. General plant , 

Materials: 

1 . Building 

2. Highway 

3. Bridges 

4. Ferries 

5. Sewer 

6. Water 

9. Machinery , 

10. Electrical 

13. General plant 

Special Items: 

2. Damages 

7. Pensions and annuities 

11. Workingmen's compensation. 



12. Contracts for construction where money is 
derived from taxes as per Schedule B . 



Totals. 



Central. 



Bridge. 



$408 82 



87 08 



2,244 90 



6 85 
369 06 



$73,965 70 



$2,346 32 



11 68 
137 07 



776 


38 


11 


55 


1,783 


86 


868 


64 


82 


49 


3,220 


18 


1,245 


22 



61 34 

673 48 

21 5, 

1,093 80 

187 86 



25,702 39 



482 15 
387 57 
155 22 



6,160 84 
540 08 



$326,308 29 



Public Works Department. 

Several Services by Items of the Segregated Budget. — Concluded. 



13 



Lighting. 


Paving. 


Sanitary. 


Street 
Cleaning. 


Sewer. 


Water. 


Totals. 




$2,785 00 






$3,018 56 




$5,803 56 








$54 70 
6,904 08 
163 94 
189 90 
43 00 
754 74 


70 31 


$362 11 


1,962 24 
801 00 

1,270 23 

15 00 

100 00 


$1,220 72 


$2,450 44 
1,421 96 
1,297 32 


1,804 56 

153 31 

93 25 


17,4.59 57 
1,739 21 




149 79 
4 89 


3,012 17 




199 96 






96 75 


1,038 57 









551 40 


3 44 


6,194 23 

162 63 

91 40 

4,820 28 

98 59 

9,296 77 

25,330 64 


1,417 90 

28 14 

9 35 

1,279 28 

67 57 

2,474 67 

52,112 47 




1,047 86 

597 08 

1,514 50 

2,007 84 

76 70 

59,544 09 

4,823 12 

2 28 


15,985 01 
267 89 
265 55 

6.565 89 
4,577 63 

4.566 70 
9,254 81 


26,767 12 




1,517 25 


2,584 54 




4,728 91 


112 53 


879 30 

7 49 


19,974 52 
4,959 61 




169,506 45 




47,079 72 


139,845 98 




2 28 




140 44 
193 22 

2,454 85 
160 10 

1,473 50 

678 09 
213,771 83 


278 70 




56 10 
91 03 

3,992 44 
10 00 

4,018 31 

136 41 


475 24 




97 18 

3,300 78 

188 00 

1,464 41 

27 86 
57,580 71 


192 40 
1,433 78 

120 05 
2,664 37 

610 86 


1,279 56 


108 38 


1,500 32 
114 45 
893 06 

888 66 


13,833 09 
690 80 




15,125 48 


1 02 


3,052 38 
271,352 54 










25,702 39 














7,327 72 










4,581 49 




4,581 49 


- 








272,425 34 


272,425 34 












48 21 




63 78 
6,850 62 


29 50 
17,539 80 




299 28 
769 76 


628 68 
2,297 01 

6,691 53 

35,506 30 

3,134 85 

66,233 02 


1,823 81 


2 50 


9,333 32 


36,951 98 
6,691 53 


360 00 


42,049 76 
2,425 71 


19,344 65 
7,369 15 


16,660 83 
5,894 01 


16,623 96 
1,537 14 


144,106 08 
20,959 73 




66,233 02 














S773,541 76 


$1,071,520 36 


$1,031,156 99 


$708,457 31 


$379,483 30 


$1,045,543 65 


$5,765,457 53 



14 



City Document No. 26. 



Expenditures Under the Maintenance Appropriation of 

From February 1, 1917, 



Central. 



Bridge. 



Commissioner 

Division engineers 

Engineers in charge 

Chief clerk 

Clerks 

Messengers 

Chief engineer (civil) 

Assistant engineers (civil) . . 

Draughtsmen 

Instrumentmen , 

Rodmen , 

Inspectors 

Foremen , 

Subforemen 

Investigator , 

Address printer 

Blacksmiths and helpers. . . . 

Boilermakers 

Blueprinters 

Boys 

Chauffeurs 

Carpenters and helpers 

Chief inspectors 

Chemist and assistant 

Claim agent 

Cashiers 

Constable 

Coal passers 

Chief engineer (steam) 

Captains 

Drawtenders and assistants. 

Deckhands 

Engineers (steam) 

Electricians 

Emergencymen 

Firemen 

Gatemen (ferry) 



$9,000 00 



$3,750 00 



2,991 56 

48,051 53 

225 95 



2,707 84 



1,495 52 



423 78 
1,092 00 



1,695 20 



7,550 14 
4,398 95 
2,903 26 
773 75 
3,785 00 



2,458 00 



962 28 

336 00 

2,818 44 

14,387 36 



157,963 04 



1,366 40 



Public Works Department. 



15 



the Several Services by Items of the Segregated Budget, 
to January 31, 1918. 



Lighting. 


Paving. 


Sanitary. 


Street 
Cleaning. 


Sewer. 


Water. 


Totals. 














$9,000 00 


S832 00 


$834 00 
750 00 


$834 00 


$832 00 


$834 00 
2,500 00 


$5,567 66 
3,500 00 


14,733 66 
6,000 00 








2,991 56 


1,495 52 


17,371 73 

935 70 

1,200 00 

4,505 63 

427 35 

2,164 31 

3,854 82 

29,179 04 

19,745 44 

36,715 43 


1,730 32 


552 24 
657 96 


3,777 68 


51,283 57 
1,924 74 
1,200 00 

10,908 57 
2,317 91 


127,874 66 
3,744 35 






1,200 00 

523 98 

3,724 02 

1,562 31 

54 21 

23,850 80 

4,587 34 

895 75 

1,361 64 


3,600 00 








14,588 32 








10,868 23 








6,629 88 








2,628 20 
44,789 46 
21,747 18 


7,310 98 




50,997 12 
12,565 28 


44,384 33 
17,906 02 


198,471 27 




66,551 26 




40,069 18 










1,361 64 










292 00 
3,144 29 


292 00 




6,671 25 


13,407 72 




2,103 00 


25,326 26 






1,158 50 














926 28 




934 51 

4,258 50 

17,264 50 

575 40 

82 25 










1,694 29 


1,092 00 


3,179 72 

2,744 26 


2,072 00 
1,160 34 


3,003 00 
3,510 75 


9,747 00 
7,359 51 


27,647 36 
50,201 38 




1,735 74 










82 25 












1,695 20 




1,490 41 
1,396 20 










3,285 45 












1,396 20 








7,214 75 
2,094 04 




7,214 75 












2,094 04 












18,538 22 














157,963 04 














22,319 34 




12,856 00 






6,969 68 
1,356 60 


1,330 00 

1,435 20 

14,047 34 

2,180 00 


38,599 67 








5,528 60 










14,047 34 




1,550 75 






8,694 00 


12,424 75 








14,629 13 

















16 



City Document No. 26. 

Expenditures Under the Maintenance Appropriation of the 



Central. 



Bridge. Ferrj' 



General foremen 

Harnessmakers and assistants. 
Horseshoers 



Janitors . 



Janitresses . 



Joiners 

Laborers (skilled and unskilled) . 

Lamplighters 

Machinists and helpers 

Meter readers 

Meter testers and repairers .... 
Masons 



S936 00 



6,501 60 



1,217 25 



Medical inspectors. 
Oilers 



83 33 



Patternmakers . 



Pavers 

Plumbers and helpers. 



Painters. 



4,222 13 



Pipe titters 

Pipelayers 

Quartermasters . 
Roofers 



Riggers 
Sealers . 



Sewer, filth hoist 

Sewer gatemen, cleaners and fiushers. 

Supervisors 

Stenographers 

Stonecutters 

Storekeeper 

Superintendent and deputy 

Stockkeepers 

Stablemen 

Tankmen 

Teamsters 

Telephone operator 

Tollmen 



S2,500 00 
1,227 34 



4,814 28 



4,230 00 



Transitmen . 



Public Works Department. 



17 



Several Services by Items of the Segregated Budget. — Continued. 



Lighting. Paving. 


Sanitary. 


Street 
Cleaning. 


Sewer. 


Water. 


Totals. 




Sl,160 34 


$6,541 24 

7,602 09 

936 00 


$1,795 04 




S4,794 20 


$10,208 42 






6,541 24 
7,602 09 






















4,138 50 

3,502 40 

3,655 25 

1,259 073 51 


























393,339 47 


279,941 84 


344,352 07 


$39,248 78 


186,544 77 


$1,092 00 


2,820 66 
18,330 31 
28,016 93 

8,267 35 
13 451 60 










5,785 00 


8,886 06 

28,016 93 

8,267 35 

1,439 20 

166 66 




























12,012 40 

166 66 

18,537 75 




499 99 


499 98 


499 98 


1,999 93 
65,966 99 

1,458 33 

79,264 64 

36,992 87 

17,271 14 

882 00 












1,458 33 

2,067 00 

36,992 87 




77,197 64 




















8,955 74 




1,150 00 




















17,609 56 


17,609 .56 

12,540 37 

1,213 00 

1 182 31 
































141 25 












2,028 00 


2,028 00 
5,449 50 
6,874 50 
15,316 52 
3 713 73 










5,449 50 
6,874 50 














4,512 00 

1,489 55 

13,852 12 


1,745 12 


1,745 12 




996 84 












1,629 89 
1,196 52 
3,715 25 




15 462 01 








2,226 05 

4,985 76 

909 00 

4,445 00 


3,422 57 
8 701 01 


" 












1,092 00 
26,041 59 




2,997 84 

38,352 59 

906 00 








3,636 00 












5,259 55 




8,258 62 




13,518 17 

831 00 

14,000 86 

3,073 04 






831 00 






















3,073 04 













18 



City Document No. 26. 



Expenditures Under the Maintenance Appropriation of the 





Central. 


Bridge. 


Ferry. 










































































Permanent 


$69,003 78 


$229,034 55 
3,002 97 
1,472 95 


$191,071 12 




11,212 41 


Overtime 




512 50 
















Totals 


$69,003 78 


$234,510 47 


$202,796 03 







Public Works Department. 

Several Services by Items of the Segregated Budget. — Concluded. 



19 



Lighting. 


Paving. 


Sanitary. 


Street 
Cleaning. 


Sewer. 


Water. 


Totals. 




$500 00 


$1,000 00 
9,765 55 
3,393 00 
2,682 75 
2,955 00 
4,962 27 


$1,000 00 


$250 00 
13,651 25 


$250 00 
1,818 00 


$3,000 00 




25,234 55 








3,393 00 




936 00 








3,618 75 










2,955 00 












4,962 27 










1,795 04 
6,974 00 


1,795 04 




5,141 50 






3,584 75 


15,700 25 








$5,508 36 


$667,202 83 


$448,834 70 


$417,957 10 


$208,905 64 


$531,642 20 


$2,769,160 28 
14,215 38 


459 74 


5,452 57 
3,682 54 


9,915 12 
4 00 


13,146 39 
9,443 97 


4.767 75 
2,184 10 


10,058 84 
3,847 69 


45,785 86 
19,162 30 






$5,968 10 


$676,337 94 


$458,753 82 


$440,547 46 


$215,857 49 


$545,548 73 


$2,848,323 82 



20 



City Document No. 26. 



Financial Statement of the Public Works Department, Maintenance, February 1, 

1917, to January 31, 1918. 



Divisions and Services. 



Central Office 

Bridge Service 

Ferry Service 

Lighting Service 

Paving Service 

Sanitary Service 

Street Cleaning and Oiling 
Service 



Sewer Service. 
Water Service. 



Totals. 



Appropria- 
tions, 
1917-18. 



Transfers 
to. 



$76,531 63 
331,805 29 
342,348 31 
791,673 36 
1,028,339 64 
1,014,602 48 

736,130 90 

374,797 98 

1,050.516 90 



$5,746,746 49 



$6,464 51 
13,613 46 
37 50 
43,181 72 
16,554 51 



4,685 32 
21,172 29 



$105,799 31 



Transfers 
from. 



Total 
Credits. 



Expenditures, 
1917-18. 



Balances, 
January- 
Si, 1918. 



$2,565 93 

11,961 51 

471 60 

18,169 10 



27,673 59 
21,172 29 



$82,014 02 



$73,965 70 
326,308 29 
355,490 17 
773,541 76 
1,071,521 36 
1,031,156 99 

708,457 31 

379,483 30 

1,050,516 90 



$5,770,441 78 



$73,965 70 
326,308 29 
355,480 17 
773,541 76 
1,071,520 36 
1,031,156 99 

708,457 31 

379,483 30 

1,045,543 65 



$5,765,457 53 



$10 00 



Note. — - See forward pages for items of expenditures on segregated appropriation. 



The expenditures under the several appropriations 
for the year 1917-18 were as follows: 



Divisions and Services. 


Current 
Expenses. 


Special 
Appropria- 
tions. 


Total 
Expenditures. 


Balanres, 

January 31, 

1918. 


Central Office 


$73,965 70 
326,308 29 
355,480 17 
773,541 76 
1,071,520 36 
1,031,1.56 99 

708,457 31 

379,483 30 

1,045,543 65 




$73,965 70 
477,825 75 
355,603 22 
773,541 76 
2,267,765 03 
1,031,156 99 

708,457 31 

1,619,643 66 

1,142,602 53 

66,928 12 

234,274 02 






$151,517 46 
123 05 


.$91,767 46 


Ferry Service 


10 00 




1,196,244 67 


198,203 07 




15,271 66 


Street Cleaning and Oiling 








1,240,160 36 
97,058 88 
66,928 12 

234,274 02 


107,094 20 




30,060 56 




* 138,047 61 


Strandway and Old Harbor 




359,601 56 








Totals 


$5,765,457 53 


$2,986,306 56 


$8,751,764 09 


$940,056 12 







* Loan of $140,000 authorized but not issued. 



Public Works Department. 



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Revenue. 

Collected hy City Collector on Account of the Public Works 

Department {Maintenance Account) and Credited 

to General Revenue, as per Collector. 

Bridge Service: 

Town of Milton on account of 

Granite Avenue Bridge . . $41 68 

Maiden Bridge .... 143,441 18 

Spring Street Bridge . . . 4,000 00 

Sale of old materials . . . 124 29 

Labor and materials for repairs . 103 20 

Bent 1,264 99 

$148,975 34 



Ferry Service: 




Tolls 


$91,198 32 


Headhouse privileges . 


500 00 


Rents 


514 03 


Sale of old material 


84 35 


Commission on telephone stations, 


70 83 


Cleaning telephone booths . 


48 00 


Free use of ferries, July 4 . 


1 00 


Lighting Service: 




Lighting Cambridge bridges 




Paving Service: 




Permits 


$20,463 59 


Excess charges .... 


48 35 


Assessments on abutters for edge- 




stones and sidewalks 


9,296 95 


Labor and materials furnished . 


4,149 33 


Services of inspectors . 


5,085 00 


Labor and materials furnished on 




street openings .... 


1,976 48 


Sale of old material 


2,431 72 


Rent 


90 00 


Sanitary Service: 




Sale of tickets for collection of 




commercial waste 


$57,577 94 


Sale of manure (all services) 


992 21 


Sale of old material 


207 06 


Street Cleaning Service: 




Removal of snow .... 


$3 15 


Rent of stable . . 


700 00 


Sale of material . . ... 


2 76 



92,416 53 

2,678 77 



43,541 42 



58,777 21 



705 91 



Carried forward $347,095 18 



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Brought forward . 


. . . . $347,095 


18 


Sewer Service: 






Disposal of sewage 


$7,407 52 




Entrance fees 


2,065 66 




Labor and material furnished 


737 08 




Sale of old materials 


683 72 




Sewer assessments, Hyde Park 


107 60 




Inspectors' services 


228 35 




Sewer assessments 


33 75 




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10 00 

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68 




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Water Service : 






Water rates .... 


$2,872,867 89 




Labor and materials, service pipes 


3, 26,619 16 




Labor and materials, elevator and 




fire pipes .... 


34,002 74 




Fees for summonses, overdue 


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4,597 63 




Labor and materials furnished 


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8,634 34 




Sale of materials . 


921 73 




Interest on bank deposits . 


807 48 




Sale of old material 


2,268 10 




Off and on for nonpayment . 


664 00 




Repairs to automobile . 


43 37 




Testing meters 


42 25 




Sale of building and machinery 


336 30 




Extension of main pipes 


70 00 




Rent of conduit 


200 00 




Repairs to motor pipe . 


13 78 




Miscellaneous .... 


2 87 


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$3,310,460 50 



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December . 



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4.77 
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2.86 
2.51 
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Totals. 



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In this rainfall is included the precipitation during the winter months, which equals 
one tenth of an inch to one inch of snowfall. 



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Public Works Department. 65 

Public streets laid out or discontinued by the Street 
Commissioners during the year show pavements in- 
creased 4.94 miles or 85,917 square yards. 

The taking of a portion of Mt. Vernon place by the 
state shows pavements decreased 0.03 mile or 433 
square yards. 

The relocation and construction of North Beacon 
street at Charles River Reservation by the MetropoUtan 
Park Commission shows pavements decreased 0.01 mile 
or increased 770 square yards. 

The construction of reserved space for street cars in 
Bennington street by the Boston Elevated Railway 
Company shows pavements decreased 0.00 mile or 
13,188 square yards. 

Corrections to previous measurements on account of 
revisions and other causes show pavements increased 
0.03 mile or 11,908 square yards. 

Total net increase 4.93 miles or 84,974 square yards. 

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

Miles. Miles. Miles. 

1859 111.50 1887 390.30 1903 499.85 

1871 201.32 1888 392.72 1904 500.39 

1872 207.40 1889 397.84 1905 502.20 

1873 209.24 1890 404.60 1906 502.80 

1874 313.90 1891 409.60 1907 510.04 

1875 318.58 1892 434.59 1908 511.60 

1876 327.50 1893 443.34 1909 514.28 

1877 333.20 1894 447.65 1910 518.63 

1878 340.39 1895 452.12 1911 521.21 

1879 345.19 1896 456.11 1912 561.36 

1880 350.54 1897 459.12 1913 567.51 

1881 355.50 1898 471.19 1914 572.85 

1882 359.85 1899 479.47 1915 584.55 

1883 367.99 1900 489.55 1916 593.62 

1884 374.10 1901 491.85 1917 596.19 

1885 .379.60 1902 496.90 1918 601.12 

1886 383.55 



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Public Works Department. 67 

The following changes in pavement were made during 
the year: 

0.00 mile or 31 square yards asphalt changed to granite block. 
0.09 mile or 2,786 square yards asphalt changed to wood block. 
0.00 mile or 83 square yards asphalt changed to brick. 
0.84 mile or 15,102 square yards granite block changed to asphalt. 
0.31 mile or 7,489 square yards granite block changed to wood block. 
0.00 mile or 1,529 square yards granite block changed to brick. 
0.00 mile or 23 square yards granite block changed to bitulithic. 
0.64 mile or 8,806 square yards bitulithic changed to asphalt. 
0.10 mile or 3,174 square yards bitulithic changed to wood block. 
0.00 mQe or 5 square yards bitulithic changed to brick. 
0.09 mile or 552 square yards Endurite changed to asphalt. 
2.52 miles or 100,731 square yards macadam changed to asphalt. 
1.10 miles or 22,527 square yards macadam changed to granite block. 
0.09 mile or 1,177 square yards macadam changed to wood block. 
0.00 mile or 556 square yards macadam changed to brick. 
0.61 mile or 9,085 square yards macadam changed to concrete. 
0.00 mile or 68 square yards macadam changed to bitulithic. 
0.33 mile or 6,230 square yards macadam changed to Topeka. 
3.45 miles or 48,693 square yards gravel changed to asphalt. 
0.01 mile or 8,876 square yards gravel changed to granite block. 
0.00 mile or 28 square yards gravel changed to wood block. 
0.07 mile or 933 square yards gravel changed to concrete. 
0.00 mile or 6 square yards gravel changed to bitulithic. 
0.46 mile or 6,282 square yards gravel changed to Topeka. 
1.73 miles or 27,616 square yards gravel changed to macadam. 
0.25 mile or 4,252 square yards not graded changed to asphalt. 
0.00 mile or 1,499 square yards not graded changed to granite block. 
0.17 mile or 4,816 square j'ards not graded changed to macadam. 

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missioners during the year show: 

Asphalt increased 0.01 mile or 76 square yards. 
Granite block increased 0.21 mile or 3,278 square yards. 
Concrete increased 0.12 mile or 1,262 square yards. 
Bitulithic increased 0.00 mile or 3 square yards. 
Topeka increased 0.00 mile or 18 square yards. 
Macadam increased 0.00 mile or 209 square yards. 
Gravel increased 3.85 miles or 56,866 square yards. 
Not graded increased 0.75 mile or 24,205 square yards. 

The taking of a portion of Mt. Vernon place by the 
state shows: 

Macadam decreased 0.03 mile or 433 square yards. 

The relocation and construction of North Beacon 
street at Charles River Reservation by the Metropolitan 
Park Commission shows: 

Wood block increased 0.04 mile or 1,170 square yards. 
Plank on bridges decreased 0.03 mile or 492 square yards. 
Macadam decreased 0.02 mile or increased 92 square j^ards. 



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City Document No. 26. 



The construction of reserved space for street cars in 
Bennington street by the Boston Elevated Railway 
Company shows: 

Macadam decreased 0.00 mile or 13,188 square yards. 

Corrections on account of revision and other causes 
show: 

Asphalt increased 0.00 mile or 52 square yards. 

Granite block increased 0.03 mile or 32.662 square yards. 

Wood block increased 0.01 mile or decreased 25 square yards. 

Plank on bridges decreased 0.02 mile or 187 square yards. 

Brick decreased 0.02 mile or 267 square yards. 

Concrete increased 0.00 mUe or 10 square yards. 

Bitulithic increased 0.01 mUe or decreased 219 square yards. 

Macadam decreased 0.07 mile or 23,558 square yards. 

Gravel increased 0.07 mile or 2,433 square yards. 

Not graded increased 0.02 mUe or 1,007 square yards. 

List of Personal Property on Hand January 31, 1918, and 
Estimated Value of Same, Allowing for Depreciation. 

Central Office. 

1 automobile $750 ,00 

1 robe 10 00 

Supplies for automobile ...... 25 00 



$785 00 







Bridge 


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5 wagons 














225 00 


4 buggies . 














150 00 


6 harnesses 














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8 blankets . 














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4 robes 














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2 automobiles 














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Ferry Service. 

7 ferryboats 

Supplies, tools and machinery 



$196,455 00 
16,000 00 

$212,455 00 



Public Works Department. 



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300 lamp brackets .... 


300 00 


1 automobile .... 


250 00 


1 robe . . 




10 00 




$99,390 00 


Paving Service. 


1 large concrete mixer $3,500 00 


5 small concrete mixers 






2,500 00 


1 bituminous mixer. District 7 






3,800 00 








3,500 00 


228 harnesses 






2,280 00 


8 automobiles .... 






1,200 00 


235 blankets 






235 00 


27 buggies 






675 00 


11 pungs ..... 






220 00 


6 sleighs 






225 00 


13 jiggers 






520 00 


20 wagons 






1,000 00 


16 street watering carts 






2,240 00 


7 road scrapers .... 






2,800 00 


91 dump carts, 70 single, 21 double 






9,100 00 


113 horses 






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16 snow levels .... 






640 00 


9 section rollers .... 






900 00 


9 steam rollers .... 






13,450 00 


33 desks 






330 00 


1,453 picks 






726 00 


1,769 shovels 






835 00 


8 scarifiers 






3,200 00 


Supplies, tools, machinery, surveying instru- 


ments, engineers' supplies, etc 45,000 00 


$102,776 00 


Sanitary Service. 


3 automobiles .... 


$900 00 


3 auto trucks 












4,500 00 


287 horse blankets 












287 00 


18 buggies 












450 00 


218 carts . 












21,800 00 


350 shovels 












175 00 


229 harnesses . 












4,380 00 


195 horses 












58,500 00 


Carried forward $90,992 00 



* One lot of inverted gas lamps, automatic lighters, post extensions and lamp accessories 
now stored and of no value except as junk. 



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Brought forward 














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170 


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90 


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70 pungs and sleighs 












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$109,802 


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375 


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27 street watering carts . 










2,700 


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7,200 


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245 harnesses 










4,900 


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180 horses .... 










54,000 


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9,000 


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120 push carts . 










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650 shovels 










390 


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630 picks .... 










315 


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7,500 


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$130,400 00 


Sewer Service. 




521 picks $260 


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7 automobiles 












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6,900 


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950 


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180 


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585 


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120 


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318 shovels 














190 


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88 pails 














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$462,468 


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Water Service 
1 motor cycle 
25 automobiles 
38 horses 
36 wagons 
4 buggies 
3 sleighs 
11 pungs 

Shovels, picks and miscellaneous stock, consist 
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11,400 00 

1,800 00 

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350,000 00 
$371,005 00 



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Employees. 

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



Requisitions made on the Civil Service Commission 
Requisitions canceled ...... 

Number of men called 

Number of men certified 

Number of men appointed 

Provisional appointments made permanent . • 

Promotions allowed 

Reinstatements allowed 

Number of men resigned 

Number of men died 

Number of Civil War veterans retired 

Number of laborers retired 

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



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291 

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The records of the department show that there are 
now 3,261 persons eligible for employment in the several 
divisions and of that number 3,121 were upon the 
January, 1918, pay rolls. 

* Seven of these men were on the eligible list February 1, 1917. 



Public Works Department. 

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332 


72 




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29 
















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83 








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47 


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393 


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234 


175 


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22 


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8 
6 


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4 




12 


70 


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4 


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5 
















3 


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8 


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7 








8 


33 














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53 


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447 


517 


479 


189 


233 


4 


548 


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Comparative Table Showing the Number of Employees Actually 
Employed February 1, 1917, and February 1, 1918. 





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481 


428 


456 


525 


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February 1, 1917 


53 


232 


188 


4 


756 


520 


394 


464 


527 


3,138 


February 1, 1918 


53 


233 


189 


4 


791 


517 


447 


479 


548 


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232 

188 
4 




*53 

233 

189 

4 


1 
8 
8 


1 
1 

8 






R 


1 

3 


1 
1 


1 

3 


6 




Bridge 


1 


15 


3 


Ferry 


5 












9.^ 


10 
6 

4 


1 


3 

1 
4 


13 

54 
46 


16 




756 
520 
464 


Paving 


791 
517 
479 


58 
15 

28 


8 
5 

8 


2 

2 


■ 33 


10 




46 


8 






Street Cleaning 


41 


13 


2 
9 




5 

2 


15 
10 


4 
8 




394 
527 




447 
548 


16 
25 


7 
13 


1 

4 


68 


17 


Water 


25 








SO 


35 


3 


19 


159 


34 




3,138 


Totals 


3,261 


159 


51 


10 


233 









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



Respectfully submitted, 

E. F. Murphy, 

Commissioner of Public Works. 



PART II. 

APPENDICES. 



APPENDIX A. 



Central Office. 



Appropriation . . . . 

Expenditures from February 1, 

31, 1918 



1917, to January 



Transferred to Sanitary Service 
Transferred to Paving Service 
Transferred to Lighting Service 



Expenditures 
Salary, commissioner 
Salaries of clerks, stenographers, 

contracts, etc. 
Automobile expense: 

Wages of chauffeur 

Tubes and tires, new and repairs 

Gasolene 

Storage 

Repairs 

Supplies 

Battery 

Oil, grease, etc. 

Registration . 

Books, papers, etc. 

Printing 

Stationery . 

Postage 

Telephone tolls . 

Premium on surety bonds 

Travel expenses 



,531 63 
73,965 70 





$2,565 93 
539 08 


37 50 






<R9 ^(\K OQ 




- <It>Z,ODO aO 


ires. 


$9,000 00 


supervisor of 

58,911 78 


$1,092 00 
3, 359 54 


330 71 


180 00 


357 80 


47 10 


46 38 


17 90 


15 00 






9 AAP, A'i 




402 34 








2,145 43 
593 16 








257 11 








16 10 








6 00 








187 35 




$73,965 70 



92 City Document Xo. 26. 



APPENDIX B. 



REPORT OF THE DIVISIOX EXGIXEER OF THE 
BRIDGE AXD FERRY DIVISIOX. 



BosTOX, February 1, 1918. 

Mr. Edward F. ]^IrRPHT. 

Commissioner of Public Works: 

Dear Sir. — I respectfully submit the following report 
of the income, expenditures and operation of the Bridge 
and Ferr^^ Di^'ision for the year ending January 31, 
1918. The expenditures of the division in the regular 
maintenance appropriations of the department were 
8681.788.46. In addition to the regular maintenance 
work the di^dsion supervised the expenditui'e of 
8151.640.51 under a number of special appropriations, 
making the total expenditures for the year credited to 
the Bridge and Ferry Di^-ision, $833,428.97. 

Bridge Service. 

Considerable construction work has been done in the 
maintenance of bridges as well as some new construc- 
tion. Detailed descriptions of the more important con- 
struction jobs are given in the accompanjdng statement. 

Apportionment of Cost of Bridges Between Boston and 
Chelsea. — The special commission appointed under the 
acts of the Legislature to apportion the cost of these 
bridges made a report to the Supreme Court, which 
issued a decree conJ&rming the report, but the city of 
Chelsea has appealed the case to the Supreme Court of 
the United States and final decision in the case has not 
yet been rendered. 

Brookline Avenue Bridge (over Boston & Albany Rail- 
road) . — A contract was let for the reconstruction of this 
bridge, but owing to the delays in the delivers' of 
materials work could not be started on the site of the 
bridge although some fabrication has been done in the 
steel. The work wiU undoubted^ be completed some 



Public Works Department. 93 

time during the coming year. The cost of this bridge 
will be apportioned among the several parties interested. 

Franklin Street Subway {under the Boston & Albany 
Railroad) . 

Harrison Ave^iue Bridge {over the Boston & Albany 
Railroad) . 

The railroad company reconstructed both this sub- 
way and bridge and petitioned for an apportionment of 
the cost before special commissions appointed by the 
Superior Court. The special commissions made their 
decisions but both cases have been appealed to the 
Supreme Court, which has not j^et made a decision. It is 
probable, however, that the City of Boston A^dll be com- 
pelled to make some payments on the construction of 
both of these bridges. 

Maiden Bridge. — The engineering force of the division 
has inspected the work on the foundations and on the 
pile bridge. All construction work on this bridge is being 
paid for by the Boston Elevated Railway Company. 
The work will probably be completed during the coming 
year. This work is being done in accordance with chapter 
777 of the Acts of 1913. 

Summer Street Bridges {over Fort Point Channel and 
A Street) . — The Board of Food Administration of this 
state desired to run heavy express cars from the new 
Fish Pier in South Boston over Summer street. This 
required the strengthening of Summer Street Bridges 
over Fort Point channel and A street A contract 
has been let for the strengthening of the draw span over 
Fort Point channel and work is now in progress on the 
job. Bids have been called for for strengthening the 
fixed spans of Summer Street Bridges over Fort Point 
channel and A street. Undoubtedly work will be com- 
pleted this coming spring on the strengthening of these 
structures. 

Winthrop Bridge. — The final settlement of the cost of 
Winthrop Bridge has not yet been made on account of 
an outstanding claim not j^et settled. 



Ferry Service. 

A contract was made for partially repairing the piers 
but owing to the delays in delivery of materials the work 
has not yet been completed under this contract. 

A contract was also let for installing ventilating sj^s- 
tems on six of the ferrvboats. Some materials could not 



94 City Document No. 26. 

be obtained by the contractor in time to complete the 
contract and as a result the work under this contract is 
not yet completed. 

A more detailed statement of construction work is 
given on pages 96 to 101. 

Miscellaneous. 
The Strandway improvement, owing to various 
reasons, has not yet been completed although the sewer- 
age works were finished on October 27, 1917. 

Recommendations for 1918. 
Bridge Service. 
Belgrade Avenue Bridge {formerly Beech Street Bridge). 

— The matter of rebuilding the bridge over the New 
York, New Haven & Hartford Railroad at Belgrade 
avenue. West Roxbury, is before the Public Service Com- 
mission for a decision as to the necessity of rebuilding. 
The work should be done during the coming year. 

Broadway Bridge {over the Boston & Albany Railroad). 

— The floor of this bridge should be entirely rebuilt. 
The Public Service Commission has ordered the altera- 
tion of this bridge and the parties at interest, namely 
the City of Boston, the Boston & Albany Railroad and 
the Boston Elevated Railway Company, have agreed 
that the City of Boston shall rebuild the bridge but as 
yet no appropriation has been made. Car travel is now 
forbidden on the bridge and unless something is done in 
the near future all kinds of travel over the bridge will 
have to be discontinued. 

Chelsea Bridge South. — Some preliminary studies have 
been made for this structure and the work of designing 
should be completed during the coming year. It would 
be undesirable to build this bridge, if it can be avoided, 
until the prices of materials for doing work of this kind 
decrease. 

Norfolk Street Bridge {over Midland Division, New 
York, New Haven & Hartford Railroad). — This bridge 
should be widened and moved to correspond to the 
widening of Norfolk street and the matter should be 
brought before the Pubhc Service Commission to 
determine as to who should do the work and as to the 
apportionment of the cost. 

Warren Bridge. — The under-planking and stringers of 
this bridge are in bad condition, having been in place for 



Public Works Department. 95 

about thirty-four years. Work on the repairs to the 
woodwork and on the repaying should be begun during 
the coming year, if money can be found available. The 
cost would probably amount to $125,000. 

Signals for Safeguarding Travel at Highway Draw- 
bridges. — Owing to the difficulty of getting equipment 
during the past year a large part of the work for safe- 
guarding travel at highway drawbridges could not be 
done. The work should be continued duriijg this com- 
ing year. 

Navigation Signal Lights. — Some of the bridges have 
been equipped with signal lights but there still remains 
some work to be done and this work should be continued. 

Ferry Service. 

Plans should be made for a new boat, as has been 
recommended for some years past. 

A new boiler should be installed on the ferryboat 
''Hugh O'Brien," as the present boiler has been con- 
demned by the United States steamboat inspectors. 
Although this boat is thirty-five years old the hull is in 
good condition and the installation of a new boiler would 
postpone the building of a boat to take the place of the 
''Hugh O'Brien" for some years. 

The ferryboat "General Sumner," which was badly 
burned on the night of December 29, 1917, should be 
repaired as soon as possible. The repairs will take 
about five or six months and as the "O'Brien" will go 
out of service in the fall of 1918, owing to the improba- 
bility of getting a new boiler by that time, it is extremely 
desirable that the repairs to the "Sumner" be made. 

Report in Detail. 
A detailed report of the operation and expenditures 
of the Bridge and Ferry Division during the year is 
appended herewith. 

Respectfully submitted, 

John E. Carty, 

J^. Division Engineer. 



96 City Document No. 26. 



BRIDGE SERVICE CONSTRUCTION WORK, 
1917-1918. 



Blue Hill Avenue Bridge (over Midland DivisioJi, New 
York, Xew Haven c(' Hartford Railroad). 

Under date of July 19, 1917, a contract was made with 
John B. Dolan for planking the roadways of this bridge. 
All the sheathing, the under-planking, wheel guards and 
the planking covering the bottom chords of the trusses 
were entirely removed, new 2-inch spruce sheatliing and 
4-inch yellow pine under-planking were laid and new 
wheel guard timbers placed. The railroad company at 
the same time replaced nearly all of the roadway stringers 
with new yellow pine timber and painted the floor beams 
of the bridge. 

The Boston Elevated Railway Company also renewed 
such of its track stringers as were found to be in poor 
condition and relaid the flooring between the rails of 
its tracks. 

The total cost of the work done by the cit}' was 
87,195. The work was carried on so that unrestricted 
travel was maintained at all times on one roadway. The 
work was completed September 27, 1917. 

Boyhtaji Street Bridge (over the Boston & Albany Railroad). 

The flooring of this bridge has been rebuilt diu-ing the 
year under a contract with Goff it WeUs Construction 
Companv, dated June 26. 1917, and was completed Julv 
26, 1917! at a total cost of 83,852.4-1. 

The entu'e roadway between the girders was replanked 
except a strip in the center about 22 feet wide and 175 
feet long, maintained by the Boston Elevated Railway 
Company. 

Two-inch spruce was used for sheathing and 3-inch 
yellow pine for the lower planking. Such stringers as 
were in poor condition were replaced with new yellow 
pine timber. 

Later the Boston Elevated Railway Company laid 
new gii'der rails and rebuilt the center portion of the 
roadway, so that now an entii-e new flooring has been put 
on this bridge. 



Public Works Department. 97 

Chelsea North Draw. 

On September 11, 1917, this draw was rammed by a 
large collier. The damage done was very serious and but 
for the fact that the draw was moving at the time would 
probably have resulted in completel}^ disabUng it. The 
sidewalk was demohshed and damaged for about 100 feet 
and the bottom chord of one of the trusses bent and 
distorted. Car travel on the bridge was limited until 
the repairs were made, which was as soon as the material 
could be procured. The work was done by the Boston 
Bridge Works, Incorporated. 

Dorchester Avenue Bridge. 

The machinery for operating the draws of this bridge 
was installed in 1891, and the motors, Thompson- 
Houston F-40, and the electrical control have become 
obsolete. The eleclrical control in particular was very 
badly worn and in a dangerous condition. In June, 
under a contract with Carlisle-Connor Company, the 
old operating house was enlarged, new controllers and 
resistance, together with a slate switch board carrying 
the required instruments, fuses, switches, etc., was 
installed, making a convenient and modern outfit with a 
saving of power sufficient to pay for the expense of the 
change in a few years. This work was prosecuted in such 
a manner as not to interfere with the operation of the 
draws at any time and was finished in July, 1917, at a 
cost of $767. 

Dover Street Bridge. 

The draw of this bridge, which is comparatively Hght, 
with considerable exposed surfaces to the wind, has 
always been hard to center and hold in position. In 
order to remedy this and to save time in the operation 
two spring latches, one on either end, were installed in 
June and July of last year. These latches are a new 
device and have proven very successful in holding the 
draw and saving in time of operation. The work was 
done under a contract with the R. & S. Machine Com- 
pany for the sum of $728. 

Jones Avenue Footbridge. 
Under an order approved April 20, 1916, the Street 
Commissioners laid out a footway 15 feet in width, 
between Norfolk street and Ballou avenue, Dorchester, 



98 City DocrMEXT Xo. 26. 

which included the bridge over the tracks of the ^lidland 
Di\T.sion. Xew York, Xew Haven tt Hartford Raih-oad 
Company. 

Xegotiations were begun with the raiboad company 
in May. 1916. but because of various delays in reaching 
a satisfactory agreement^, work was not coromenced 
until June 21. 1917. although a contract had been made 
with the Goff tt Wells Construction Company, approved 
January 11. 1917. 

The structure as built consists of a timber trestle 
approach from Norfolk street to the bridge over the 
railroad tracks, about 207 feet long, a steel plate girder 
bridge, 5S feet 6 inches long, a flight of wooden stairs, 
about 50^ feet long, and an artificial stone walk, about 
69^ feet long, from the foot of the stairs to the hne of 
BaUou avenue. The total length of the footway meas- 
ured on its center hne is 3S5.45 feet. 

The timber trestle forming the approach from Nor- 
folk street has twelve bays, each 16 feet long, carrying 
a walk 7 feet 1^ inches wide in the clear between fences. 
The surface of the walk is 2-inch yellow pine plank 
resting on five fines of 10-inch stringers, the outside 
stringers being 4 inches wide and the others 3 inches 
wide. The stringers are supported by frame timber 
bents of S-inch by S-inch posts with 8-inch by 8-inch 
caps, cross-braced with 3-inch by S-inch plank. The 
posts are set in 2-foot square concrete bases sunk from 
4 to 5 feet in the ground. The approach has a gradient 
of 6.7 feet per 100 feet. 

The approach from BaUou avenue for a length of about 
69 feet has an artificial stone walk 8 feet wide, with a 
gradient of about 6.35 feet per 100 feet. 

From the end of this walk to the level of the bridge 
floor, a height of about 20 feet, wooden stairs in three 
flights are pro^dded. which rest on timber trestle bents 
siroilar in construction to those of the other approach. 
The bridge over the railroad tracks consists of two plate 
girders 3 feet 6^ inches deep, spaced 8 feet on centers. 
The floor beams of 8-inch I-beams are suspended from 
the girders by riveted angle hangers, so designed as to 
enable ah. parts to be easily inspected and painted. 
The floor is of 2-inch plank resting on three fines of 
3-inch by 10-inch stringers, the lengths of panels being 
9 feet 9 inches. The girders are supported on steel 
trestles, that at the Norfolk street end having two 8-inch 
H-beams and that at the other end an 8-foot square 



Public Works Department. 99 

trestle pier made of four 8-inch H-beams, riveted angle 
cross bracing being used for both piers. All columns 
have concrete masonrj- foundations extending about 6 
feet into the ground. All timber used in the structure 
is yellow pine, exposed surfaces being planed and painted. 
The work was completed Qctober 8, 1917, and the total 
amount paid under the contract was S8,231. 

Massachusetts Avenue Bridge (Over New York, New Haven 
& Hartford Railroad). 
When the deck of the middle portion of this bridge 
was taken up for renewal, the floor beams were found 
to be so badly deteriorated from the action of the gases 
and the blasts of the locomotives that it was thought 
ad\'isable to take them out and put in new ones. On 
account of the time required to obtain plates and angles, 
rolled beams were used instead of built up beams. The 
work was done under a contract with Daniel Marr & 
Son Company for the sum of §2,027, and was completed 
in September, 1917. 

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

The approaches to this bridge were widened in 1908 
providing sidewalks on both sides of the street, except at 
the portion over the railroad location. As the bridge 
over the raihoad tracks is maintained by the railroad 
company no sidewalks were added at that time. 

Under an agreement "^ith the raihoad company, 
approved by the PubUc Ser\'ice Commission, two timber 
sidewalks, each 5 feet wide, have been built the past year 
by the city adjoining the old wooden bridge and gravel 
walks supported bj' timber bulkheads have also been 
built at both sides connecting with the sidewalks on the 
street. 

The work was done under a contract with Goff & Wells 
Construction Companv, dated October 5, 1917, at a cost 
of SI, 125. 

Drawbridge Safety Signals. 

During the year there have been installed at Chelsea 
Xorth Draw two units of the Brach Automatic Flagman, 
so called, consisting of electrically operated red flash 
Hghts and gong bells. These are located about 100 feet 
in front of and connected with the. roadway gates through 
an automatic switch, so that as soon as the gates start 



100 City Document No. 26. 

to close the signals are put in operation and remain so 
until the gates are fully open. 

At Meridian Street Bridge there have been installed 
two units of the Railway Supply Company wigwag 
.signals. These consist of an oscillating target with red 
lights and a gong bell electrically operated through a 
snap switch by the gateman turning on the current 
before he closes the gate and turning it off after the gate 
is open. 

At Broadway Drawbridge there have been installed 
two units consisting of an X-ray light and a gong bell. 
These are electrically connected so that they work 
automatically with the gates, as described for the Brach 
signals at Chelsea North Draw. 

Some work has been done at Summer Street Draw 
but owing to inability to secure bells and supplies this 
work is not yet completed. 

Repairing Fender Guards at the Following Bridges: Chelsea 
Bridge North, Congress Street, Northern Avenue, 
Summer Street over Fort Point Channel and Summer 
Street over Reserved Channel, 

Under date of May 8, 1917, a contract was made with 
W. H. Ellis & Sons Company, for repairing the fender 
piers and fender guards at certain drawbridges in the 
city. All the work under this contract was completed 
August 7, 1917, the total amount paid being $4,695.96. 
The following is a brief statement of the work done at 
each bridge: 

Chelsea Bridge North. — The southerly face of the 
draw fender pier, near its center, where it had been 
badly damaged by vessels passing through the channel- 
way, was put in good condition and a small amount of 
work done at the upstream end of the same pier. The 
upstream end of the northerly fender pier was also 
repaired, spur shores refitted and corner irons replaced. 
The total cost of the work on this bridge was $384.92. 

Congress Street Bridge. — The easterly face of the draw 
fender pier and the downstream end of that pier were 
patched where necessary with yellow pine plank and 
strengthened with new timber where necessary and 
corner irons replaced. The total cost of the work on this 
bridge was $552.92. 

Northern Avenue Bridge. — The vertical planking on 
the easterly face of the draw fender pier, from the draw 



Public Works Department. 101 

to the downstream end, was removed and the face 
rebuilt with heavy timber wales instead of planking. 
At the end, all the vertical planking which had been 
badly damaged was replaced with new planking and the 
westerly face patched where necessary, loose spur shores 
refitted and the corner irons put in good condition. The 
total cost of this work was $886.36. 

Summer Street Bridge {over Fort Point Channel. — The 
fender guard on the upstream side of the bridge, near 
the channel way on the South Boston side, was rebuilt, 
some new piles driven and spur shores refitted. The 
planking on the channel face of the draw fender pier 
where found to be in damaged condition was replaced 
with new yellow pine plank, thoroughly secured by oak 
tree-nails. The total cost of this work was $774.68. 

Summer, formerly L, Street Bridge (over Reserved 
Channel) . — The wing on the upstream side of channel 
was entirely rebuilt with new piles and new yellow pine 
timber and the corners heavily protected with steel 
plates. The timber foundation for the landing shoe at 
the end of the upstream girder of the draw was replaced 
by new timber securely bolted in place and the shoe 
carefully reset. The bulkhead on the channel face of the 
draw pit was put in good condition and the downstream 
end of the draw fender was also repaired and the corners 
protected by plates. The total cost of work at this 
bridge was $1,097.08. 

Navigation Lights. — Navigation lights have been 
installed, in comphance with the United States Govern- 
ment regulations, on Summer (formerly L) Street and 
Chelsea Street Bridges. Submarine cable and electrical 
appliances for this work have been very hard to procure. 
On Summer Street Bridge, with a retractile draw, there 
have been installed four draw span lights and four pier 
lights. Current for the draw lights is transferred to the 
draw by means of a trolley and trolley wire. At Chelsea 
Street Bridge four draw and five pier lights were installed. 
The mechanical part of this installation was done by the 
R. & S. Machine Company at a cost of $443 and the elec- 
trical part by the Carhsle-Connor Company for the sum 
of $1,214, making a total of $1,657. This makes in all 
eleven bridges now equipped with navigation lights. 



102 City Document No. 26. 



FERRY SERVICE. 



A contract was made with William S. Rendle, dated 
June 26, 1917, for repairing the piers of the North and 
South Ferries at both Boston and East Boston landings. 
On account of delay in obtaining materials, especially- 
long oak piles, work did not commence until Sep- 
tember 24, 1917. 

Because of the continued difficulty in securing proper 
material, the work has not made the progress that 
would have been possible under normal conditions and 
the time for its completion has been extended to April 1, 
1918. 

At the date of this report the north pier of the Boston 
landing of the North Ferry, which had been crowded 
over so that the top had considerable inclination out- 
ward from the slip, had been pulled over until the face 
was vertical, new piles were driven on the back side 
to hold the pier in position and an entire new head was 
built. Some new piles also were driven at the drop 
end of this pier and new oak girders and chocks supplied 
where deemed necessary. 

The middle pier at this landing was extended about 
8 feet, under a license from the Commission on Water- 
ways and Public Lands, the old head being removed. 
In constructing the new head an attempt was made 
to increase the strength of the connection between 
the clump of piles at the extreme end and the body of 
the pier by using built girders in place of the usual 
single oak sticks. This flitch girder had two 6-inch by 
12-inch yellow pine sticks with a steel plate 10 inches by 
f inch by 20 feet long inserted between the sticks and 
securely bolted to them. To increase their bearing 
area a number of the piles in the middle of the clump 
were lagged for the portion of their length, which was 
driven into the clay bottom. This head was bound 
with |-inch diameter wire cable, instead of chain as 
has been done heretofore. 

At the East Boston landing of the North Ferry the 
heads of the middle and south piers have been entirely 
rebuilt and both clumps have been rechained. Work 



Public Works Department. 103 

is now in progress on the head of the middle pier at the 
East Boston landing of the South Ferry. 

The ferryboat "John H. Sullivan" was pulled out 
into the dry dock, bottom cleaned, scraped and painted. 
Some riveting of plates was done and some calking of 
seams. 

The ferryboat "Governor Russell" was pulled on to 
the railway, her hull cleaned, metal sheathing patched, 
seams calked and some necessary repairs made to the 
rudders. The propeller blades were also found to be 
badly bent and six new blades were put in place of the 
old ones. 

The "D. D. Kelly" was pulled on to the railway. 
The copper work was entirely stripped off, the seams 
were calked and the bottom painted. Some repairs 
were made to the keel and the rudders were also repaired. 
Some patches were also put on the boiler. It was 
discovered that the decking and some of the deck beams 
were in bad condition, also the guard and some of the 
sponson braces, and a contract was let in January for 
the repairs and work is under way on this contract. 

The ' ' General Sumner " had the Boston end extensively 
repaired. This boat was pulled up on the railway in 
December and repairs made on the rudders. The 
propeller blades which were in bad condition were 
straightened out and two new blades inserted in place 
of two of the worst ones. The metal sheathing was 
patched and some calking of the seams was done. While 
on the railway the boat caught fire on the night of 
December 29, 1917, and was badly burned. Some of the 
cross frames were burned, a large amount of the piping 
was destroyed, some damage was done to the steel 
trusses and the entire superstructure, consisting of the 
cabins, monitor and pilot houses was gutted so that it 
was necessary to tear the superstructure down. 

The ferryboat "Hugh O'Brien" required repairs to 
the air pump and condenser. The rudder of this boat 
was badly damaged by the ice, due to the extremely cold 
weather and the rudder on the Boston end was rebuilt. 

The ferryboat "Noddle Island," when out for inspec- 
tion, was found to require repairs to some of the wood- 
work under the boilers, the woodwork being in very 
bad shape, and these repairs were made. 

A contract was let for installing ventilating systems 
on six ferryboats. The piping on the contract was 
entirely finished and three of the engines delivered, but 



104 City Document No. 26. 

the rest of the material required for work on this contract 
has not been received and so the work is not yet 
completed. 

Some rather extensive repairs were made at the water 
end of the North Drop, North Ferry, Boston side. 

The wharf at the coal pocket. South Ferry, is in a 
dangerous condition and repairs should be made to same. 

The Fire Department has recommended the installa- 
tion of cross-walls and fireproofing, if possible, the 
interior of the coal sheds. This is work that will involve 
a considerable expenditure of money but should be done 
if money is available. 



Public Works Department. 



105 



BRIDGE SERVICE. 



Financial Statement. 
Expenditures from Maintenance Appropriation. 
Bridge Service: 



Boston bridges .... $304,720 63 
Boston and Cambridge bridges . 21,587 66 



Total Expenditures. 

From maintenance appropriation . $326,308 29 

From special appropriations . . 149,607 84 
From Strandway and Old Harbor 

Improvement 234,274 02 



$326,308 29 



$710,190 15 



EXPENDITURES ON BOSTON BRIDGES. 



(1.) 



drain istr at ion: 






Salaries : 






Division engineer 


$3,750 00 




Supervisors 


4,814 28 




Engineers and draughtsmen . 


19,447 77 




Clerk and stenographer .... 


1,460 00 




Inspectors 


2,705 00 




Medical inspector 


83 33 




Pensions: 






Veterans .... $4,354 84 






Laborers .... 806 00 


5,160 84 








Holiday time 


926 80 




Vacations (mechanics) .... 


1,559 48 




Time lost account of injury- 


400 29 




Paid to employees in service of United 






States 


579 58 


537,139 44 






Printing, postage and stationery 




848 83 


Travel expenses 




287 62 


Telephones . 




146 27 


Furnishings 




21 95 


Engin eers' supplies an d instruments 




198 16 


Typewriter inspection .... 




30 00 


Miscellaneous office expenses . 




126 80 




$38,799 07 



106 



City Document No. 26. 



(2.) 



(3.) 



Yard and Stockroom : 
Yard: 

Employees: Clerk, janitor and watch 

men 

Bridge cleaners .... 


$3,049 84 
2,529 50 




Light 

Fuel .... 
Supplies . 
Repairing building . 


md supplies fc 


$5,679 34 

126 60 

333 79 

5 52 

78 32 


$6,223 57 
7,133 60 


Stockroom (lumber, nails i 
Stable: 

Wages of stablemen 

Feed and straw 

Shoeing and clipping ho 

Veterinary 

Harness and repairs to £ 

Repairs to vehicles . 

Stable supplies 


r bridges) 


rses . 
ame 




$4,878 75 

1,245 31 

294 01 

30 00 

35 50 

1,015 06 

28 18 










7,526 81 










$20,883 98 


Automobiles : 








Division engineer: 
Wages of chauffeur 
Storage 
Repairs 
Supplies . 
Gasolene . 
New tires and tubes 
Repairs, tires and tubes 
Registration 


' $1S 

57 

8 

21 

27 

1 

1 


OC 

4 OS 

5 06 
9 19 

2 55 
5 50 
OC 


$777 00 
1,366 39 








$2,143 39 


Supervisor of Bridges: 
Wages of chauffeur 
Storage 
Repairs 
■ SuppHes . 
Gasolene . 
New tires and tubes 
Repairs, tires and tubes 
Registration 


$180 00 

250 86 

63 41 

220 35 

109 09 

28 00 

10 00 


$1,028 38 
861 71 




$201 18 
54 79 
39 51 
66 00 




New Ford touring car . 


$1,890 09 
219 85 


2,109 94 


Auto truck: 

Gasolene .... 
Repairs .... 
Supplies .... 
New tires and tubes 


$361 48 
1,632 55 


New truck 




1,994 03 








$6,247 36 



Public Works Department. 



107 



(4.) Bridges. 

Expenditures on Tide Water Bridges. 



Bridges. 



Draw- 
tenders' 
Salaries. 



Repairs. 



Mechanics' 
Wages. 



Material. 



Repair 
Bills. 



Supplies 

and 
Miscella- 
neous 
Expenses. 



Total. 



Broadway ■ 

Charlestown 

Chelsea North 

Chelsea South 

Chelsea Street 

Congress Street 

Dorchester Avenue 

Dover Street 

L Street 

Maiden 

Meridian Street 

Neponset 

Northern Avenue 

Summer Street 

Warren 

Western Avenue to Water 
town 

Totals 



$10,034 65 
12,784 99 
10,520 40 
10,217 58 

8,198 31 
10,550 09 
10,012 27 
10,048 96 
10,091 94 
10,074 69 
10,449 36 

3,521 06 
11,333 49 
10,206 16 
10,029 67 

399 17 



$342 25 
890 11 

1,422 72 

2,304 26 
625 33 

1,364 94 
794 81 
986 81 
685 79 
678 18 

1,262 57 
348 01 

2,225 33 
918 72 

1,067 66 

201 14 



$148,472 79 



$16,118 63 



$250 82 
627 28 
154 89 

1,521 86 
261 98 
927 50 
335 71 
920 24 

1,212 65 

208 18 

244 13 

98 69 

3,179 28 
560 69 
438 90 

8 64 



$1,487 56 

908 21 

1,882 33 

102 16 

552 90 

821 86 

1,210 42 

1,351 17 

2,195 87 

303 54 

929 26 

162 53 

4,007 77 

1,923 96 

818 10 



$277 91 
607 68 
634 96 
234 77 
306 45 
752 89 
299 99 
202 93 
188 64 
222 18 
258 33 
37 40 

4,095 64 
313 18 

1,154 16 



$10,951 44 



$18,648 64 



$9,587 11 



$12,393 19 

15,818 27 

14,615 30 

14,380 63 

9,944 97 

14,417 28 

12,653 20 

13,510 11 

14,374 89 

11,486 77 

13,134 65 

4,167 69 

24,841 51 

13,922 71 

13,508 49 

608 95 

$203,778 61 



108 



City Document No. 26. 

Repairs on Inland Bridges. 



Bridge. 



Labor 

and 

Material. 



Albany street (over Boston & Albany Railroad passenger tracks) 

Albany street (over Boston & Albany freight tracks) 

Allston Bridge 

Ashland street 

Austin street 

Baker street 

Beacon street (over Boston & Albany Railroad) 

Bennington street 

Berkeley street 

Blakemore street 

Blue Hill Avenue 

Boston street 

Boylston street 

Broadway (over Boston & Albany Railroad) 

Brookline avenue 

Byron street 

Cambridge street (over Boston & Maine Railroad) 

Canterbury street 

Columbia road (over railroad) 

Columbus avenue 

Commercial Point 

Curtis street 

Dartmouth street 

Dorchester avenue (over railroad) 

Everett street 

Fairmount avenue (Hyde Park) 

Gainsborough street 

Gold street 

Harvard street 

Huntington avenue 

Hyde Park avenue (Mother Brook) 

Hyde Park avenue (Stony Brook) 

Massachusetts avenue (Providence Division) 

Mystic avenue 

New Allen street 

Norfolk street (North) 

Carried forward 



S74 26 

249 13 

1,938 18 

160 24 

87 02 

35 24 

347 96 

529 03 

27 43 

650 21 

7,392 30 

882 27 

4,202 48 

624 83 

363 66 

1,629 57 

25 25 

18 75 

11 25 

367 71 

133 64 

31 56 

89 84 

1,354 32 

391 08 

516 44 

17 75 

137 90 

1,029 38 

17 16 

21 25 

82 20 

2,510 22 

76 86 

45 00 

11 50 



$26,082 87 



Public Works Department. 

Repairs on Inland Bridges. — Concluded. 



109 



Bridge. 



Labor 

and 

Materials. 



Brought forward 

Norfolk street (South) 

Oakland street 

Redfield street 

Saratoga street 

Shawmut avenue 

Southampton street (over railroad) 

Sprague street 

Spring street 

Summer street (over A street) 

ToUgate way 

Walworth street 

Webster street 

West Fourth street 

West Newton street 

Miscellaneous : 

Labor, removing snow and sweeping bridges 

Labor of mechanics on Granite Avenue Bridge 

Labor of mechanics on Liberty Arch, Central square. East Boston. 



$26,082 87 

488 24 

35 50 

274 03 

21 71 

75 78 

1,171 43 

1,548 98 

54 90 

245 92 

3 65 

956 25 

24 89 

744 77 

18 28 

2,529 50 
105 50 
229 55 



Total. 



$34,611 65 



(5.) Public Landing, East Boston: 
Rent 



$399 96 



(1) 
(2) 
(3) 
(4) 
(5) 



Summary of Expenditures. 

Administration $38,799 07 

Yard, stable and stockroom 20,883 98 

Automobiles 6,247 36 

Bridges 238,390 26 

Public landings 399 96 



Total maintenance expense 



$304,720 63 



Expenditures from Special Appropriations. 
Broadway Bridge (Over Boston & Albany Railroad). 

Engineering $412 92 

Printing specifications 



Engineering 
Miscellaneous: 
graphing . 



Brookline Avenue Bridge. 
printing, advertising, photo- 



43 76 

$1,830 20 
67 93 



$456 68 



L,898 13 



110 



City Document No. 26. 



Chelsea Bridge South. 

Engineering 

Miscellaneous, traveling expenses, etc. . 

Malden Bridge. 

Paid Hugh Nawn Contracting Company on con- 
tract for reconstruction of bridge 

Paid McClintic-Marshall Company on contract 
for construction of draw 

Spring Street Bridge. 
Paid Clark & Gore on contract for 

building bridge .... $16,220 00 
Less amount paid to February 1, 

1917 13,357 32 



$36 11 
250 94 



$72,254 20 
70,746 52 



$287 05 



-$143,000 72 



Paid New England Cement Gun 
Company for cement work 

Paid George T. Rendle Company 
o'h contract for building ap- 
proach 

Less amount paid to February 1, 
1917 



$1,479 00 
1,116 13 



Miscellaneous expenditures (screens, cables, rent 
and photographing) 



2,862 68 
64 93 



362 87 
672 78 



$3,963 26 



Strandway and Old Harbor Improvement. 



Engineering 
Inspection . 



Services of janitor 

Office expenses : 

Printing, postage, stationery 
Telephones and travel expenses 
Furnishings .... 



Castings 

Boat . 

Building repairs 

Lumber 

Fuel . 

Miscellaneous 

Photographing 

Engineers' supplies, tools, instruments, etc 

Automobile expenses: 

Storage $152 00 



$14,416 60 
10,083 18 



$495 40 
169 97 
141 31 



$24,499 78 
195 00 



806 68 

737 80 

100 00 

104 61 

68 71 

48 75 

615 73 

365 80 

1,190 23 



Repairs 
Supplies 

Gasolene and oil 
Tires and tubes 
Registration 



744 21 
139 97 
271 99 
430 92 
15 00 



1,754 09 



Paid New York State Dredging Corporation on contract 
for dredging, filling, grading, sewerage works, etc. 

Paid James L. Pierce on contract for constructing artifi- 
cial stone sidewalks 

Paid James L. Pierce for borings 

Total expended 



),487 18 

186,207 43 

2,501 41 
15,078 00 

$234,274 02 



Public Works Department. 



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112 City Document No. 26. 



LIST OF BOSTON BRIDGES. 

I. — Bridges Wholly Maintained by Boston. 

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

In Charge of Bridge and Ferry Division. 

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

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

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. 

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

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

Boylston street, over Boston & Albany Railroad. 

Broadway, over Boston & Albany Railroad. 

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

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

* Chariest own, from Boston to Charlestown. 

* Chelsea South (temporary), over south channel. Mystic 

river. 

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

* Commercial Point, or Tenean, Dorchester. 

* Congress street, over Fort Point channel. 
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 (f oot iDridge) , over New York, New Haven 

& Hartford Railroad, Providence Division. 
Glen wood Avenue East (footbridge), over Neponset river, 
Hyde Park. 



Public Works Department. 113 

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

Midland Division. 
Gove street (footbridge), over Boston & Albany Railroad, 

East Boston. 
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 Hill 

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

Hartford Railroad, Providence Division. 

* 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. 

Pembroke street, formerly Ber^vick park (footbridge), over New 
York, New Haven & Hartford Railroad, Providence Division. 

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. 

* Summer street, over Reserved channel. South Boston. 
Tollgate way (footbridge), over Providence Division, from 

Washington street to Hyde Park avenue, Forest HiUs. 

* 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. 
Wordsworth street (footbridge), over Boston, Revere Beach & 

Lynn Railroad, East Boston. 

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. 



114 City Document No. 26. 

In Charge of Park and Recreation Department. 
Agassiz road, iii Fens. 

Audubon road, in Riverway, over Boston & Albany Railroad.. 
Berners street (footbridge), over Bridle path in Riverway. 
Bojdston street, in Fens, over waterway. 
Bridle path, in Riverway, over Muddj^ river. 

* Castle Island (footbridge), in Marme 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 Frankhn Park. 

Fens, in Fens. 

Forest Hills entrance, in Frankhn Park. 

Leverett pond (footbridge), in Olmsted Park. 

Neptune road, in Wood Island Park, over Boston, Revere 
Beach & LJ^ln Railroad. 

Pubhc Garden (footbridge). 

Scarboro pond (footbridge), hi 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. 

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

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

In Charge of Bridge and Ferry Division. 
Albany street, over Boston & Albany Railroad (over freight 

tracks) . 
Ashmont street and Dorchester avenue, over New York, New 

Haven & Hartford Railroad, Old Colony Division. 



Public Works Department. 115 

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

Morton 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. 

Walworth street, over New York, New Haven & Hartford Rail- 
road, Providence Division. 

In Charge of Commissioners for Boston and Cambridge Bridges. 

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

* Cambridge street, from Brighton to Cambridge. 

* Harvard, from Boston to Cambridge. 

* Prison Point, from Charlestown to Cambridge. 

* Western avenue, from Brighton to Cambridge. 

In Charge of Commissioners for Granite Avenue Bridge. 

* Granite avenue, from Dorchester to Milton. 

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

In Charge of the Bridge and Ferry Division. 

Austin street, over Boston & Maine Railroad, Charlestown. 

Bennington street, over Boston & Albany Railroad. 

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

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

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

Cambridge street, Charlestown, over Boston & Maine Railroad. 

Chelsea, over Boston & Maine Railroad. 

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

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

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

Everett street, over Boston & Albany Railroad, Brighton. 

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

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

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



116 City Document No. 26. 

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

Milton street, Hyde Park, over New York, New Haven & 
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 Railroad. 

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, oyer New York, New Haven & Hartford 
Railroad, Old Colony Division. 

v.- — ■ Bridges Maintained by Metropolitan Park 
Commission. 

* Charles River Dam. 
Mattapan, over Neponset river. 

* North Beacon street, from Brighton to Watertown. 

VI. — Bridges Wholly Maintained by Railroad Corpora- 
tions. 

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



Public Works Department. 117 

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

Sd. — 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, 
Silver street. 

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

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

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

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

Division. 
Alban}^ 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. 
Gardner street,. West Roxbury. 
Harrison avenue. 
Park street, West Roxbury. 
Washington street. 
West street, Hyde Park. 
West River street, Hyde Park. 



— 13 



118 City Document No. 26. 

VII. — Bridges Maintained by the United States 
Government. 

* Victory Bridge (over Neponset River), from Dorchester to 
Quincy. 

Recapitulation of Bridges. 

I. Number wholly maintained by Boston: 

In charge of Bridge and Ferry Division . 64 
In charge of Bridge and Ferry Division and 

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

— 84 
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 

III. Number of which Boston pays a part of the 

cost of maintenance : 
In charge of Bridge and Ferry Division . 7 
In charge of Commissioners for Boston and 

Cambridge Bridges 7 

In charge of Commissioners for Granite 
.Avenue Bridge 1 

— 15 

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 Bo.ston & 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 ... 10 

6. New York, New Haven & Hartford 

Railroad, Old Colony Division . . 4 

7. New York, New Haven & Hartford 

Railroad, Providence Division . . 18 

— 40 

Total number 188 



Public Works Department. 



119 



Table Showing the Widths of Channelways for Vessels in all Bridges 
Provided with Draws in the City of Boston in January, 1918< 



Name of Bridge. 


Location. 


^6 




Width 


• 








45 


feet i 


nches. 


Boston Elevated Railway 


Boston to East Cambridge 




45 


" 




Boston & Maine Railroad, Eastern 
Division. 


Boston to Charlestown 




39 


" 8 


" 


Boston & Maine Railroad, Eastern 


Over Miller's river 




35 


" 


tt 


Division. 






Boston & Maine Railroad, Fitchburg 
Division. 


Boston to Charlestown 




36 


" 


" 


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


" " 




36 


" 7 


" 


Boston & Maine Railroad (freight), 
Southern Division. 


Boston to East Cambridge 




40 


" 


" 


Boston & Maine Railroad (passenger) , 
Southern Division. 


" " 




39 


" 8 


" 


Boston & Maine Railroad, Western 
Division. 


Boston to Charlestown 




39 


" 4 


« 








35 


" 6 


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Broadway 


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t Cambridge 






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48 


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East Boston to Chelsea 




60 


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94 


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Congress street 


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50 


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50 
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" 7 
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Harvard (Boston side) 




a 


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1 


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* Drawless channelway; clear headroom of 12 feet above basin level (about elevation 8.0). 
t Drawless channelway; clear headroom of 28 feet above basin level. 



120 City Document No. 26. 

Table Showing Widths of Channelways, etc. — Concluded. 



Name of Bridge. 


Location. 


S a) 
S « 


Width. 




Over Reserved channel, South 
Boston. 




39 feet 3 inches. 






Maiden 


Charlestown to Everett 

East Boston to Chelsea 

East Boston to Chelsea 




50 " " 




100 " " 


Neponset 


36 " 


New York, New Haven & Hartford 
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Over Fort Point channel 




41 « 8 " 


New York, New Haven & Hartford 
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Dorchester to Quincy 




51 " 


North Beacon street 


Brighton to Watertown 




30 " 




Over Fort Point channel 

Charlestown to Cambridge 

Over Fort Point channel 

Dorchester to Quincy 

Boston to Charlestown 

Brighton to Cambridge 




75 " 3 " 


Prison Point 


37 " 4 " 


Summer street 




50 " * 


Victory . . . 


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Warren 




36 " " 


Western avenue 


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Western avenue 


Brighton to Watertown 




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ELEVATIONS AND DATUM PLANES REFERRED 
TO BOSTON CITY BASE. 



Feet. 

* . 00 Boston city base. This base is used by the 
towns of Brookhne and Watertown and the 
cities of Chelsea, Everett, Maiden, Newton 
and Waltham. 
— 4 . 98 Cambridge city base. 
+0 . 64 Somerville city base. 

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

15.45 Old bench mark on coping of old dry dock at 

Charlestown Navy Yard. 
15 . 11 New bench mark on coping of old dry dock at 
Charlestown Navy Yard, northwest end 
over crowfoot. 
5 . 00 Piles to be cut off for building. 
12.00 Minimum cellar bottom elevation when not 
waterproofed. 
9.82 South Boston base. Formerly in use, now 

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

* DefinitLon of Boston city base: "Boston city base is a datum plane 15 feet above the 
average height of the sill of the Charlestown dry dock." (Page 552, report of 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. 



123 



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 


Feb. 24, 


1722-23 


15.62 


April 16, 


1851.. 


15.74 


April 16, 


1851.. 


14.15 


Jan. 23, 


1898.. 


14.94 


Nov. 27, 


1898. . 


13.72 


Nov. 8, 


1900.. 


14.19 


Nov. 25, 


1901.. 


13.60 


Dec. 14, 


1902.. 


14.83 


Jan. 25, 


1905.. 


14.70 


Jan. 25, 


1905.. 


14.70 


Jan. 25, 


1905.. 



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 



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



F. P. Spalding. 



J. H. Edmonds. 



124 



City Document No. 26. 

High Tides. — Concluded. 



Feet. 



Date. 



Where Taken. 



By Whom. 



13.50 
15.64 
15.50 
11.90 
13.50 
13.90 
14.. 30 
14.62 



Nov. 
Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec. 
Nov. 
Jan. 
Jan. 



15, 1906. 
26, 1909. 
26, 1909. 
26, 1909. 
26, 1913. 
20, 1914. 
13, 1915. 
13, 1915. 



Neponset Bridge 

Average of 29 observations. 

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 



M. F. Toomey. 

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. 


—3.55 


Feb. 1,1909.... 


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. . . . 


SeK-recording gauge. 



Public Works Department. 



125 



Ferry Service. 
The following steam ferryboats are in commission: 



When 
Name. Built. 

D. D. Kelly 1879 

Hugh O'Brien 1883 

General Hancock 1887 

Governor Russell 1898 

Noddle Island 1899 

General Sumner 1900 

John H. Sullivan 1912 



Kind. 
Side wheel 



Propeller 



Length. 

160 ft. 3 in. 
175 " 3 " 
160 " 3 " 
164 " 3 " 
164 " 3 " 



164 
172 



" 3 
" 3 



Gross 
Tonnage. 

550 

645 
577 
713 
710 
703 
826 



Financial Statement for the Year Ending January 31, 

1918. 
1. Receipts. 
Total cash receipts during the year 



Cash in hands of tollmen at beginning of year 



,416 53 
200 00 



Cash paid over to City Collector . 

Cash in hands of tollmen January 

31, 1918 



,416 53 
200 00 



2. Appropriations and Expenditures. 

Balance unexpended from previous years (special 

appropriations) 

Received by transfer from Bridge Service (net) . 
Received from annual appropriations . 



,616 53 



Total appropriations 

Total expenditures 

Balance unexpended transferred to City Treasury, 

3. Result of Operations for the Year. 

Receipts for the year (net income) 

Ordinary expenses 

Interest paid on ferry debt 

Depreciation of ferryboats 

Decrease in fuel 

Decrease in machinery and tools 

Less increase in stock of supplies 
Net outgo for the j'^ear 

Net loss for the year 



$92,616 53 



$1,775 00 

11,489 91 

342,348 31 

$355,613 22 
355,603 22 

$10 00 



,416 53 

355,480 17 

7,995 00 

12,539 72 

5,284 80 

308 00 

$381,607 69 
240 00 

$381,367 69 



,951 16 



126 



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





January 31, 
1914. 


January 31, 
1915. 


January 31, 
1916. 


January 31, 
1917. 


January 31, 
1918. 


Assets. 

Cash, balance on hand 

Cash, tollmen's capital 

Rents receivable 


$390 06 

200 00 

22 00 

9,265 62 

515 60 

251,624 63 

3,040 69 

610,200 00 


$395 59 

200 00 

39 00 

14,375 75 

15 60 

236,527 15 

3,350 00 

610,200 00 


$282 74 

200 00 

42 90 

6,804 10 

2,015 60 

222,335 52 

3,015 00 

610,100 00 


$200 00 

33 40 

12,283 04 

1,775 00 

208,995 39 

3,080 00 

610,100 00 


$200 00 

100 52 

7,238 24 


City Treasurer (balance of appro- 




Ferryboats (less depreciation) 


196,455 67 
2,772 00 


Real estate, land and buildings 
(assessors' valuation) 


610,100 00 


Total tangible assets 

Cost of avenues, etc.. East Boston 


$875,258 60 

315,815 68 
4,150,659 65 


$865,103 09 

315,815 68 
4,364,388 68 


$844,795 86 

315,815 68 
4,573,128 77 


$836,466 83 

315,815 68 
4,805,067 18 


$816,866 43 
315,815 68 




5,094,074 27 






Totals 


$5,341,733 93 


$5,545,307 45 


$5,733,740 31 


$5,957,349 69 


$6,226,756 38 


Liabilities. 
Capital invested by City of Boston 


$5,341,218 33 
515 60 


$5,545,291 85 
15 60 


$5,731,724 71 
2,015 60 


$5,955,574 69 
1,775 00 


$6,226,756 38 


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Total liabilities 


$5,341,733 93 


$5,545,307 45 


$5,733,740 31 


$5,957,349 '69 


$6,226,756 38 















Details of Capital Invested by the City of Boston. 



Total expenditures to date, per ferry 
books 

Interest of debt for the year (per 
City Auditor) 


$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 

279,148 85 


$12,900,154 62 

14,987 91 

279,148 85 


$13,331,024 31 
7,995 00 


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


279,148 85 




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


$12,582,530 05 
7,037,238 20 


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


$13,194,291 38 $13,618,168 16 


Deduct total receipts paid to col- 
lector 


7,238,716 69 7,391,411 78 


Excess expenditures, capital 


$5,341,218 33 


$5,545,291 85 


$5,731,724 71 


$5,955,574 69 


$6,226,756 38 













' Included in deficiency of assets in 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. 



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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 . . . 1,204,895 42 

Expenditures for fuel 1,803,169 02 

Expenditures for salaries and wages . . . 6,498,925 76 

Expenditures for all other purposes . . . 2,009,792 46 



$13,618,168 16 



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 7,089,888 79 

Receipts from rents since purchase of ferries . 66,805 92 

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

Receipts from all other sources, per ferry books, 25,526 22 
Receipts from all other sources, additional, per 

auditor 30,734 85 



Total receipts from all sources . . $7,391,611 78 
Less amount with tollmen as capital . . . 200 00 



Total receipts, per auditor's figures . $7,391,411 78 

Regular Annual (Ordinary) and Special Appropriations 
(Extraordinary) of the Ferry Service for the Year 
Ending January 31, 1918. 
Appropriation (regular) for the year ending 

January 31, 1918 $342,348 31 

Received by transfer from Bridge Service (net) 11,489 91 

Received by transfer from Auxiliary Lighting 

Plant 1,651 95 



$355,490 17 



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Amount of expenditures (regular) 

for the year .... $355,480 17 
Balance to City Treasury . . 10 00 



$355,490 17 



Special Appropriations. 

Appropriation authorized and issued July 19, 
1915, for auxihary hghting plant 

Amount expended from July 19, 1915, to Jan- 
uary 31, 1917 



Transferred to appropriation for Ferry Service . 



$2,000 00 

348 05 

$1,651 95 

$1,651 95 



Statement Showing Receipts at Each Ferry. 
North Ferry. 



From Tollmen. 


Foot 
Passengers. 


From 
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Totals. 


Boston side 


$11,641 95 
11,162 38 


$4,754 50 

7,364 00 


$16,396 45 


East Boston side 


18,526 38 








$22,804 33 


$12,118 50 


$34,922 83 



From tollmen 

From gatemen: 

For 91,328 foot passengers at 1 
cent 

For cash fares for teams 



Total at North Ferry 



$913 28 
11,616 32 



$34,922 83 



12,529 60 

$47,452 43 



South Ferry. 



From Tollmen. 


Foot 
Passengers. 


From 
Tickets. 


Totals. 


Boston side 


$8,791 05 
8,095 48 


$5,859 00 

5,023 50 


$14,650 05 


East Boston side 


13,118 98 








$16,886 53 


$10,882 50 


$27,769 03 



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City Document No. 26. 



From tollmen $27,769 03 

From gatemen: 

For 79,743 foot passengers at 1 

cent $797 43 

For cash fares for teams . . . 11,688 13 

12,485 56 



Total at South Ferry- 
North and South Ferries as above 
Tickets paid for at ferry office 
Received in lieu of free ferries July 4, 1916 



,254 59 



Total from rates .... 

Rents for the year 

Sale of old material 

Commissions on public telephone receipts 
Headhouse privileges .... 
Care of public telephone booths 

Total receipts for the year 



$87,707 02 

3,491 30 

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$91,199 32 
514 03 


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Statement of Travel on the Ferries from February 1, 
1917, TO January 31, 1918, Inclusive. 



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

Total foot . . . . 



North Ferry. 

2,371,761 
34,692 

846 



South Ferry 

1,768,396 
16,561 



2,407,299 1,784,957 



One-horse teams and pleasure car- 
riages .... 

One-seat automobiles 

Two-horse teams 

Motor trucks 

Three-horse teams 

Four-horse teams 

Two-horse pleasure carriages and 
hacks .... 

Two-seat automobiles 

Handcarts, etc. . 

Free teams .... 



86,135 


237,546 


24,403 


* 29,423 


84,435 


72,370 


74,925 


76,834 


2,007 


1,531 


2,330 


4,759 


5,993 


830 


57,146 


46,234 


1,596 


1,974 


9,559 


5,618 



548,529 



477,119 



Public Works Department. 



133 



Total paying foot 

Total free foot passengers 

Total foot passengers carried 

Total paying teams . 
Total free teams 

Total teams carried . 



4,191,410 

846 

4,192,256 

1,010,471 
15,177 

1,025,648 



Total Travel on Both Ferries from February 1, 1912, to 
January 31, 1918. 





1912-13. 


1913-14. 


1914-15. 


1915-16. 


1916-17. 


1917-18. 


One-horse teams 


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 

4,507 

84,389 

3,195 

4 


582,819 

291,795 

4,723 

6,640 

94,333 

3,537 

1 


577,507 




308,564 


Three-horse teams 


3,538 


Four-horse team.s 


7,089 


Two-horse carriages, hacks 

Two-cent tolls 


110,203 
3,570 


Dragwheels, etc 




Paid teams at both ferries 

Free teams at both ferries 


995,461 
14,541 


969,655 
12,954 


968,324 
11,028 


1,018,666 
10,844 


983,848 
12,067 


1,010,471 
15,177 


Total teams at both ferries 


1,010,002 


982,609 


979,352 


1,029,510 


995,915 


1,025,648 


Foot passengers, paid 

Foot passengers free 


5,950,153 
2,551 


6,044,507 
2,509 


6,024,082 

885 


5,676,118 
2,053 


4,631,244 
1,763 


4,191,410 
846 






Total foot passengers 


5,952,704 


6,047,016 


6,024,967 


5,678,171 


4,633,007 


4,192,256 



Note: The above team travel includes automobiles. 



134 City Document No. 26. 



APPENDIX C. 

REPORT OF THE DIVISION ENGINEER OF THE 
HIGHWAY DIVISION. 



Boston, February 1, 191S. 

Mr. E. F. Murphy, 

Commissioner of Public Works: 

Dear Sir, — I submit herewith a statement of the 
activities, operations and expenditures of the various 
services of the Highway Division for the year ending 
January 31, 1918. 

The maintenance expenditures of the Highway Divi- 
sion for the year were as follows : 

Lighting Service $773,541 76 

Paving Service 1,071,520 36 

Sanitary Service 1,031,156 99 

Street Cleaning and Oiling Service . . . 708,457 31 



Total $3,584,676 42 

Note. — For further detail of expenses see pages 185 
to 280. 

Paving Service. 

Some of the most important work completed this 
season are the following streets, which were paved with 
new granite blocks on a concrete base with cement grout 
joints: Canal street; Haymarket square; Washington 
street, Haymarket square to Elm street; Albany street, 
Dover to Stoughton street; Beacon street, Tremont to 
Park street. Washington street, from Beach street to 
Williams court, was relaid with wood blocks. Tremont 
street, from Boylston to Common street, and Boylston 
street, from Washington street to across Tremont 
street, were paved with wood blocks on a concrete base, 
replacing old granite blocks. Beacon street, from Park 
street to Charles street, was laid with Topeka on mac- 
adam foundation. Progress has been made in laying 



Public Woeks Department. 135 

wood blocks in Albany street, between Stoughton street 
and Sheridan square, and a portion of Harrison avenue 
has been paved with new granite blocks on a concrete 
base. Dorchester avenue, between Savin Hill avenue 
and Park street and between Peabody square and 
Washington street, is unfinished and will require several 
months of the coming season to complete. 

Large areas of artificial stone sidewalks in Dorchester, 
Jamaica Plain, West Roxbury and Mt. Hope have 
been laid. Petitions for additional areas have been 
received but the extent of the work is hmited to the 
money available for sidewalk construction. 

The department force has been employed in repair 
and resurfacing work. The steam road rollers call for 
more repairs, two having been condemned the past 
year leaving but nine in operation. These rollers are 
twelve or more years in the service and should be rein- 
forced by the purchase of two new machines. 

Sanitary Service. 

The activities of the Sanitary Service have been 
hampered to a great extent by the lack of laborers, by 
deaths, transfers, pensions, etc.; the force is growing 
smaller each month. It will be necessary, therefore, to 
reinforce the service by the addition of 100 laborers 
to put it on a good working basis. 

The general plant is in fair condition; the purchase 
of some new horses would, however, add to the general 
efficiency. 

Street Cleaning Service. 

What is stated about the Sanitary Service relating to 
the labor item is applicable to the Street Cleaning Serv- 
ice. It is respectfully suggested that the ranks be 
augmented by the addition of more help. 

Lighting Service. 

The number of hghts is increasing, both gas and 
electricity. Petitions have been received from all parts 
of the city asking for additional installation, due to the 
development of the different sections of the city. The 
principal demand has been for the ''White Way" fighting 
and orders have been issued to the Edison Electric 
Illuminating Company to install the 'White Way" in 



136 City Document No. 26. 

Hanover and Tremont streets, Columbia road, Dudley 
street, Columbus avenue, Washington, and Meridian 
streets, Maverick, Central and Adams squares. 

There are in operation 19,666 arc incandescents and 
gas lamps, divided as follows: 5,181 arcs, 22 flame arcs, 
4,572 tungsten incandescents, 9,678 single burner gas 
lamps, 70 double burner gas lamps and 144 fire alarm 

gas lamps. . 

Respectfully submitted, 

James H. Sullivan, 

Division Engineer. 



Public Works Department. 137 



HIGHWAY DIVISION — LIGHTING SERVICE. 

Financial Statement. 
Expenditures, February 1, 1917, to January 31, 1918. 



Electric Lighting: 






Arc. 






Edison Electric Illuminating 






Company 


$424,014 67 




Charlestown Gas and Electric 






Company 


25,631 65 


$449,646 32 






Incandescent 


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Edison Electric Illuminating 






Company 


$84,746 21 




Charlestown Gas and Electric 






Company 


21 12 


84,767 33 






Gas Lighting: 






Boston Consolidated Gas Com- 






pany . . . . . 


$197,088 83 




Charlestown Gas and Electric 






Company 


11,030 41 


208,119 34 






Salaries and Wages: 






Division Engineer (part of) 


$832 00 




Clerk . . . . 


1,495 52 




Stenographer 


996 84 




Lamplighter and repairer 


1,092 00 




Chauffeur (see automobile account) 






Pensions 


360 00 


4,776 36 






Automobile Expenses: 






Ford automobile (net cost) . 


$288 70 




Registration 


20 00 




Storage 


10 00 




Gasolene, oil, etc 


106 28 




Shoes and tubes, new and repairs, 


68 76 




Supplies 


10 50 




Repairs ...... 


56 41 




Chauffeur, wages of . . . 


1,092 00 


1,652 65 


Carried fonvard .... 




$748,962 00 



138 City Document No. 26. 

Brought forward $748,962 00 

Construction: 

Changes on account of instal- 
lation of lamps, posts, removing 
and relocation of lamps, posts. 



etc 

Lamp-posts 


$2,272 42 
13 16 


2,285 58 
142 53 

514 40 

21,637 25 
$773,541 76 


Office Expense: 

Printing 

Postage 

Stationery and periodicals . 
Atlas 


$43 92 
20 00 
47 11 
31 50 


Miscellaneous: 

Services of employees of Paving 

Traveling expenses 

Glass for signs .... 

Tapes, drills, etc 


$459 74 

47 70 

2 50 

4 46 


Investigation of electric light 
cdlntract services of experts 
(engineers, etc.) 

Typewriting, hearing, etc. . 

Printing and binding brief . 

Total 


$15,891 82 
4,380 33 
1,365 10 



Revenue Credited to General Revenue. 
Lighting Boston and Cambridge Bridges . . $2,678 77 

The following is a statement of the work done during 
the year under the supervision of the Division Engineer, 
Highway Division: 

Arc lamps have been provided for skating and tobog- 
ganing during the season at Franklin Field, Franklin 
Park and Wood Island Park, the same as in years past. 

Arc lamps, Boulevard type, have been installed on 
Hanover street, between Court and Commercial streets; 
Washington street and Adams square, between Hanover 
and Court streets; Tremont street, between Boylston 
and Common streets, city proper; Maverick and 
Central squares, and Meridian street, between Maverick 
square and Condor street, East Boston; North Beacon 
Street Bridge, Brighton. 



Public Works Department. 



139 



The usual amount of regulation and relocation of lamps 
and services, made necessary by street construction, 
the building of sewers and other works, has been con- 
ducted 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 have been inspected and 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 601 . 12 

Public footways 1.34 

Park roads, footways and private streets and alleys, 

approximately 300.00 

902.46 

During the year the following defects were reported 
by the police: Arc lamps, 3,209; incandescent, 1,263, 
and gas lamps, 19,394. 



Lamps Installed. 
Magnetite arc lamps .... 

Tungsten lamps 

Single mantle gas lamps .... 
Fire alarm, gas 



Lamps Discontinued. 
Magnetite arc lamps 
Flame arc lamps 
Tungsten lamps 
Single-mantle gas lamps . 
Double-mantle gas lamps 
Fire alarm, gas lamps 



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The following table shows the number of lamps of 
various types in use on January 1, 1918, as compared 
with the number in use on January 1, 1917: 





January, 
1918. 


January, 
1917. 


Increase or 
Decrease. 


Single mantle gas 


9,677 

70 

144 

5,181 

22 

4,572 


9,656 

70 

146 

5,099 

23 

4,462 


+21 


Double mantle 




Fire alarm gas 

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—2 

+82 


Flame arc 


—1 


Tungsten incandescent 


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19,666 


19,456 


210 



Street Lamp Outages. 
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, 1917 

March 

April 


$1 61 

2 79 

3 18 

4 60 
3 08 
3 73 

3 89 

4 00 
8 35 
7 59 

12 54 
17 47 


$5 40 

17 58 

86 25 

10 36 

2 88 

1 51 

1 58 

1 66 

1 75 

12 14 

16 95 

10 00 


$91 10 
88 15 
75 13 


May 


70 72 


June 


25 87 


July 


36 71 


August 


28 92 


September 


49 19 


October 


71 20 


November 


90 74 


December 


72 09 


January, 1918 


104 67 








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$168 06 


$704 49 



Gas Lighting. 

There are 9,677 single mantle gas lamps, 70 double 
mantle lamps and 144 open flame fire alarm signal lamps. 

The city furnishes the lamp-posts and provides 
service pipes laid from the gas mains to the top of the 
posts; the contractor maintains all such pipes and posts 
in good condition and repair; furnish gas, lanterns, 
burners and all other necessary equipment, including 
labor for- lighting and care. 

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



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There are in use 5,181 magnetite arc lamps, 22 flame 
arc lamps, 3,277 40-candle power, 1,274 60-candle power, 
11 80-candle power, 4 100-candle power and 6 320- 
candle power tungsten lamps. 

The electric companies provide and set the lamp- 
posts, except the lamp-posts for incandescent lamps 
supplied from underground circuits, furnish lamps, 
overhead wires, underground conduits, cables, connec- 
tions and all other necessary equipment and maintain 
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rate of 1 cent per hour for lamps of 100-candle power or 
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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. 

Alexander- street, from Bird street 527 feet northerly. (See 
"Assessment Streets.") 

Albany street, from Dover street to Northampton street, is 
about 4,860 feet in length. A contract for paving this street 
with special granite block, on a 6-inch Portland cement con- 
crete base, with grout joints, was awarded to Bernard E. Grant 
August 26, 1916. It is an 80-foot street with a roadway 54 
to 60 feet in width. The roadway between Stoughton and 
Northampton streets was paved with wood block on a 6-inch 
Portland cement concrete base. The contractor set the edge- 
stone and paved the roadway. The sidewalk on the easterly 
side was paved with brick and on the westerly side, from 
Dover street to Stoughton street, artificial stone sidewalks 
were laid. The straight edgestone, corners and flagging were 
furnished by the city and hauled by the contractor. All 
other materials were furnished by the contractor. Work was 
begun on this street in 1916, and the roadway was completed 
from Dover street to Maiden street. Work was resumed 
in the spring of 1917 and the work is now nearly completed, 
with the exception of a small area of wood block pavement and 
part of the brick sidewalks. Artificial stone sidewalks are to 
be laid on the westerly side from Stoughton street to North- 
ampton street. Work will be resumed in the spring of 1918. 
The former surface of the street was granite block on a gravel 
base, with the exception of the part near Stoughton street and 
Massachusetts avenue, which was asphalt and bitulithic 
pavement. 

Amory street, from Centre street to Bragdon street, is about 
1,408 feet in length. (See "Assessment Streets.") 

Beach street, from Harrison avenue to Atlantic avenue, is 
about 1,247 feet in length. It is a 50-foot street with a roadway 
32 to 34 feet in width and sidewalks 8 to 9 feet in width. A 
contract for paving this street with special cut granite blocks 
on a 6-inch Portland cement concrete base was awarded to 
Bernard E. Grant August 26, 1916. The contractor did the 
excavating, reset the edgestone, paved the roadway and 
replaced the existing brick sidewalks with artificial stone. 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 mate- 
rials were furnished by the contractor. The car tracks were 



Public Works Department. 147 

set to grade and the space between the rails was paved with 
special cut granite block on a 6-inch cement concrete base. 
The former surface of the street was granite block, gravel 
base and joints. 

Beacon street, from Tremont street to Park street, is about 
839 feet in length. This street varies in width from 24 to 
37 feet and the sidewalks are 7 to 10 feet in width. A con- 
tract for paving this street with special cut granite block, with 
grout joints, on a 6-inch concrete base, was awarded to Bernard 
E. Grant August 16, 1917. The contractor did the excavating, 
reset the edgestone, paved the roadway and relaid the brick 
sidewalks. The straight edgestone and corners were fur- 
nished by the city and hauled by the contractor. The side- 
walk bricks were furnished by the city on the line of the work. 
All other materials were furnished by the contractor. Wood 
blocks were substituted for the flagging crosswalks at Tremont 
street. The roadway from Tremont street to beyond Somerset 
street was paved with pitch joints ; the remainder of the work was 
grout joints. The former surface of the street was granite 
block, pitch joints and gravel base. 

Beacon street, from Park street to Charles street. (See 
"Asphalt Pavement.") 

Canal street, from Haymarket square to Washington street, 
is about 1,125 feet in length. It is a 74-foot street with a 
50-foot roadway and sidewalks varying in width from 10 to 15 
feet. A contract for repaving this street with the existing 
granite block was awarded to Bernard E. Grant August 26, 
1916. Under the contract it was the intention to relay the 
existing granite block, but at the request of the abutters, 
special cut granite block with grout joints were laid on the 
existing concrete base. The straight edgestone was furnished 
by the city and hauled by the contractor ; all other materials 
were furnished by the contractor. The car tracks were set to 
grade and the space between the rails was paved with special 
cut granite blocks on a concrete base, grout joints. All other 
work was done by the contractor. This work was started late 
in the fall of 1916. The former surface of the street was 
granite blocks, pitch joints, on concrete base. 

Dorchester avenue, from Savin Hill avenue to Freeport street, 
is about 1,940 feet in length. A contract for paving this street 
with granite blocks on a 6-inch Portland cement concrete base 
was awarded to Bernard E. Grant August 26, 1916. It is a 
60-foot street with a 10-foot sidewalk. Under the contract 
it was the intention to relay the existing granite blocks, but 
owing to the shallow rail of the Boston Elevated Railway 
Company this was found to be unpracticable, and the con- 
tractor was ordered to recut the blocks so that they would be 
the proper depth. The straight edgestone and corners 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 and all the other materials were furnished by the con- 



148 City Document No. 26. 

tractor. The contractor did the excavating, reset the edge- 
stone, recut the paving blocks and paved the roadway with 
the recut blocks on a 6-inch concrete base, with grout joints. 
The dummy was paved with the shallows of the existing blocks 
on a 6-inch concrete base, grout joints. The car tracks were 
set to grade and the space between the rails paved with special 
cut granite blocks on a concrete base with grout joints by 
the Boston Elevated Railway Company previous to this con- 
tract. The street was started late in 1916 and work was 
resumed early in 1917. Work on this street is nearly com- 
pleted, with the exception of a small area of paving and the 
laying of artificial stone sidewalks. The former surface of the 
street was granite block, gravel base and joints. 

Dorchester avenue, from Freeport street to Park street, is 
about 3,244 feet in length. This is a 60-foot street with a 
10-foot sidewalk. A contract for paving this street with 
granite blocks on a concrete base, grout joints, was awarded 
to Bernard E. Grant August 29, 1917. The contractor did the 
excavating and recut the granite blocks at the Massachusetts 
avenue lot. Work on the west roadway is completed from 
Freeport street to the railroad. Work will be resumed in the 
spring. 

Dorchester avenue, from Peabody square to Washington street, 
is about 5,000 feet in length. A contract for reconstructing the 
surface of this street was awarded to James Doherty July 23, 
1917. Work was begun August 16, 1917, and suspended 
December 10, 1917. It is a 56-foot street with 9-foot artificial 
stone sidewalks and granite edgestone. The roadway is paved 
with large old granite blocks, grout joints snd gravel bed, 
except from Richmond street about 450 feet northerly, where 
the pavement is wood block on a 6-inch concrete base. The 
car tracks area was repaved by the Boston Elevated Railway 
Company. More than one half the roadway and one third 
the sidewalks were comuleted this year. Work will be resumed 
in the spring. 

Harrison avenue, from Kneeland street to Dover street, is 
about 2,633 feet in length. It is a 50-foot street with a 34- 
foot roadway and sidewalks 8 feet in width. A contract for 
paving this street with special cut granite block on a 6-inch 
Portland cement concrete base, with grout joints, was awarded 
to Bernard E. Grant August 26, 1916. The contractor did 
the excavating, reset the edgestone and paved the roadway. 
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 car tracks 
were set to grade and the space between the rails paved with 
recut granite blocks on a 6-inch concrete base with grout 
joints by the Boston Elevated Railw^ay Company. The road- 
way between Dover street and the railroad bridge is com- 
pleted. No work has been done on the artificial stone side- 



Public Works Department. 149 

walks. The former surface of this street was granite block, 
gravel base and joints, with the exception of some asphalt pave- 
ment which will have to be resurfaced. The roadway is laid 
under a five-year maintenance guaranty. 

Haymarket square is about 527 feet in length and has an 
area of about 6,942 square yards. A contract for paving this 
street with special cut granite blocks on a 6-inch Portland 
concrete base, with grout joints, was awarded to Bernard E. 
Grant August 26, 1916. The contractor set the edgestone, 
did the excavating, relaid the brick sidewalks and paved the 
roadway. The straight edgestone and corners were furnished 
by the city and hauled by the contractor. The circular edge- 
stone and sidewalk brick were furnished by the city on the 
line of the work. All other materials were furnished by the 
contractor. The car tracks were set to grade and the space 
between the rails paved with special cut granite blocks on a 
6-inch concrete base, grout joints, by the Boston Elevated 
Railway. The former surface of the square was granite block, 
gravel joints. The roadway was laid under a five-year main- 
tenance guaranty. 

Lincoln street, from Essex street to Beach street, is about 
497 feet in length, with a roadway 34 to 47 feet in width and 
sidewalks 8 to 11 feet in width. A contract for paving this 
street was awarded to Bernard E. Grant August 26, 1916. 
The contractor did the excavating, reset the edgestone and 
paved the roadway. The existing brick sidewalks were replaced 
with artificial stone. 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 roadway and sidewalks were laid under a five-year main- 
tenance guaranty. 

McKinley square is about 647 feet in length and includes that 
part of India street and State street around the Custom House. 
A contract for paving this square with special cut granite 
blocks on a 6-inch Portland cement concrete base was awarded 
to Bernard E. Grant August 26, 1916. The contractor did the 
excavating, reset the edgestone, paved the roadway and relaid 
the existing brick sidewalks. A small area of artificial stone 
sidewalk was laid. That portion of the square west of the 
Custom House was paved with existing granite block, grout 
joints, on existing concrete base. The straight edgestone and 
corners were furnished by the city and hauled by the con- 
tractor. The circular edgestone and sidewalk bricks were 
furnished by the city on the line of the work. All other mate- 
rials were furnished by the contractor. The artificial stone 
sidewalk and the granite block roadway was laid under a five- 
year maintenance guaranty. 

Neponset avenue, from Ashmont street to Chickatawbut 
street, is about 1,708 feet in length. A contract for reconstruct- 
ing this street was awarded to John F. Lynch October 1, 1917. 



150 City Document No. 26. 

Work was begun October 2, 1917, and suspended December 
14, 1917. It is a 64-foot street with a grouted block roadway 
on gravel base, granite edgestone and a 10-foot artificial 
stone sidewalk. About one half the roadway paving has been 
completed and the car tracks have been resurfaced and paved 
by the Boston Elevated Railway. Work will be resumed early 
in the spring. 

Overland street, from Brookline avenue to the Boston & 
Albany Railroad, is about 3,990 feet in length. (See " Assess- 
ment Streets.") 

Tremont street, from Boylston street to Common street, is 
about 885 feet in length. (See "Wood Block Pavement.") 

Washington street, from Haymarket square to Elm street, is 
about 738 feet in length, with a roadway from 40 to 65 feet 
in width and sidewalks 10 feet in width. A contract for pav- 
ing this street with special cut granite blocks on a 6-inch 
Portland cement concrete base, with grout joints, was awarded 
to Bernard E. Grant August 26, 1916. The contractor did the 
excavating, reset the edgestone and paved the roadway. The 
straight edgestone and corners 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 car track was brought 
to grade and the space between the rails was paved by the 
Boston Elevated Railway. The former surface of the street 
was granite block, gravel base and joints. The street is fin- 
ished except for a small area of paving and the artificial stone 
sidewalks. 

Washington street, from Morton street to Asticou road, is 
about 510 feet in length. (See "Assessment Streets.") 

Asphalt Pavements. 

Atkins street, from Washington street, across Stratton street, 
is about 618 feet in length. (See "Assessment Streets.") 

Bardwell street, from South street to Ballard street, is about 
613 feet in length. (See "Assessment Streets.") 

Beacon street, from Raleigh street to railroad bridge, is about 
1,623 feet in length. A contract to pave the surface of this 
street was awarded to the Bermudez Company September 20, 
1917. The street is paved with Mexican asphalt on a 6-inch 
Portland cement concrete base and has granite block gutters 
and brows to car tracks, also laid on a concrete base, with 
cement grout joints. The contractor did the excavating and 
reset the edgestone. The work was started late in the fall and 
it was necessary to shut down work on account of the severe 
weather. The pavement will be finished and artificial stone 
sidewalks laid early in the spring. The contractor furnished 
all material necessary to do the work. 

Bexley road, from Washington street to Florence street. 
(Not started.) 



Public Woeks Department. 151 

Blake street, from Hyde Park boundary line, across Randolph 
road. (See "Assessment Streets.") 

Beacon street, from Park street to Charles street, is about 
1,699 feet in length with a roadway of 37 to 48 feet in width 
and sidewalks from 9 to 15 feet in width. A contract for pav- 
ing this street with a 2-inch Topeka pavement on existing 
macadam base was awarded to Bernard E. Grant August 16, 
1917. The contractor did the excavating, reset the edgestone, 
paved the gutter, relaid the brick sidewalks and laid the 
Topeka pavement. The straight edgestone and corners were 
furnishecl by the city and hauled by the contractor; the exist- 
ing block gutters were relaid with grout joints on a 4-inch 
Portland cement concrete base. The sidewalk bricks were 
furnished by the city on the line of the work. The granite 
block gutters and Topeka pavement were laid under a five- 
year maintenance guaranty. 

Blossom street, from Allen street to Parkman street, is about 
511 feet in length. A contract for constructing the surface of 
this street was awarded to Warren Brothers Company Septem- 
ber 9, 1916. The street varies in width from 40 to 45 feet 
and the roadway 26 feet wide is paved with Acme asphalt 
on a 6-inch Portland cement concrete base. The gutters are 
laid with brick block on a concrete base, grout joints. The 
contractor did the excavating, reset a large part of the edge- 
stone, laid the artificial stone sidewalks and constructed the 
roadway. The former surface of the street was macadam. 
The sidewalks and roadway were laid under a five-year main- 
tenance guaranty. 

Bowdoin street, from 78 feet west of Mt. Ida road to Topliff 
street. (Not started.) 

Brighton avenue, from Commonwealth avenue to Cambridge 
street, is about 3,162 feet in length. A contract for construct- 
ing the surface of this street was awarded to the Bermudez 
Company September 29, 1917. Work was started September 
21, 1917, and suspended December 8, 1917. This street is 100 
feet in width, consisting of two roadways, one 25 feet wide and 
one 30 feet wide, 10-foot sidewalks and a 25-foot reservation 
or loam space in the middle of the street. The contractors 
repaved the granite block gutters with cement grout joints, 
reset some edgestone, did the excavating and laid an asphalt 
surface on the old macadam surface. The sidewalks are to be 
artificial stone but owing to the lateness of the season the walks 
were not laid. The asphalt pavement is laid under a five-year 
maintenance guaranty. Work will be resumed early in the 
spring. 

Centervale park, from Upland avenue to Bourneside street, 
is about 517 feet in length. (See "Assessment Streets.") 

Cummings road, from Commonwealth avenue to 835 feet 
easterly, (See "Assessment Streets.") 

Dearborn street, from Albany street to Dudley street, is about 



152 City Document No. 26. 

495 feet in length. A contract for constructing the surface of 
this street was awarded to Warren Brothers Company Sep- 
tember 9, 1916. It is a 46-foot street with a 27-foot roadway, 
paved with Acme asphalt on a 6-inch Portland cement concrete 
base and brick block gutters, 2| feet wide, laid on a concrete 
base, with grout joints. The contractor did the excavating, 
reset the edgestone and furnished and laid artificial stone side- 
walks. This work was started in 1916 and finished November 
20, 1917. The former surface of this street was macadam. 
The roadway and sidewalks are laid under a five-year main- 
tenance guaranty. 

Dunster road, from Centre street to Pond street, is about 
1,770 feet in length. (See "Assessment Streets.") 

Epping street, from Washington street to Norfolk street, is 
about 241 feet in length. (See ''Assessment Streets.") 

Eric avenue, from Savin Hill avenue 344 feet northerly. 
(See "Assessment Streets.") 

Everton street, from Geneva avenue to Olney street, is about 
690 feet in length. (See "Assessment Streets.") 

Fordham road, from Commonwealth avenue to Brighton 
avenue, is about 624 feet in length. (See "Assessment 
Streets.") 

Fruit street, from Charles street to Blossom street, is about 
954 feet in length. A contract for constructing the surface of 
this street was awarded to Warren Brothers Company Septem- 
ber 9, 1916. Work started July 12, 1917, and was completed 
November 15, 1917. The street varies in width from 25 to 30 
feet and the roadway from 15 to 20 feet in width. The con- 
tractor did the subgrading, reset the edgestone and paved the 
roadway with Acme asphalt on a 6-inch Portland cement con- 
crete base, and laid the brick block gutters, 2^ feet wide, on a 
6-inch concrete base, grout joints; artificial stone sidewalks 
were constructed. The former surface of street was macadam. 
The asphalt pavement and artificial stone sidewalks were laid 
under a five-year maintenance guaranty. 

Gaffney street, from Commonwealth avenue to Boston & 
Albany Railroad, is about 822 feet in length. (See "Assess- 
ment Streets.") 

Glencoe street, from North Beacon across Garden street, is 
about 763 feet in length. (See "Assessment Streets.") 

Halifax street, from South Huntington avenue to Pond View 
avenue. (See "Assessment Streets.") 

Hanvood street, from Willowwood street to Lucerne street, 
is about 725 feet in length. (See "Assessment Streets.") 

Harvard street, from Prescott street to south side Harvard 
square. (Not started.) 

Hillcrest street, from Elgin street to Temple street, is about 
525 feet in length. (See "Assessment Streets.") 

Homestead street, from Humboldt avenue to Elm Hill avenue, 
is about 1,125 feet in length. (See "Assessment Streets.") 



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Hubert street, from Shawmut avenue to Westminster street, 
is about 450 feet in length. (See "Assessment Streets.") 

Kenton road, from Washington street 800 feet southerly. 
(See ''Assessment Streets.") 

Lithgow street, from Talbot avenue to Wainwright street, is 
about 683 feet in length. (See "Assessment Streets.") 

Lorette street, from Centre street to Hillcrest street, is about 
504 feet in length. (See "Assessment Streets.") 

Lome street, from Harvard street about 650 feet northerly. 
(See "Assessment Streets.") 

Matchett street, from Washington street 843 feet northerly. 
(See "Assessment Streets.") 

Maverick square, from Sumner street to Maverick street. 
(See "Assessment Streets.") 

Moraine street, from South Huntington avenue to Jamaica- 
way. (See "Assessment Streets.") 

Neptime road, from Bennington street to Boston, Revere 
Beach & Lynn Railroad Bridge, is about 1,711 feet in length. 
(See "Assessment Streets.") 

Norfolk street, from Corbet street to Blue Hill avenue, is 
3,780 feet in length. (See "Assessment Streets.") 

Normandy street, from Intervale street to Devon street, is 
about 490 feet in length. (See "Assessment Streets.") 

North Anderson street, from Fruit street across Parkman 
street, is about 105 feet in length. A contract to construct 
the surface of this street was awarded to Warren Brothers Com- 
pany September 9, 1916. This is a 40-foot street with a 25- 
foot roadway. The contractor did the subgrading, reset some 
of the edgestone and laid an Acme asphalt pavement on a 6-inch 
concrete base, brick block gutters, 2| feet wide, on a 6-inch 
concrete base, with grout joints, and constructed artificial 
stone sidewalks. The contractor furnished all material neces- 
sary to do the work except a Httle edgestone which was furnished 
by the city. The roadway and artificial stone sidewalks are 
laid under a five-year maintenance guaranty. 

North Beacon street, from Cambridge street to Market street, 
is about 3,260 feet in length. (See "Assessment Streets.") 

North Grove street, from Cambridge street to Fruit street, is 
about 456 feet in length. A contract to construct the surface 
of this street was awarded to Warren Brothers Company Sep- 
tember 9, 1916. This street varies in width from 45 to 50 feet. 
The contractor reset the edgestone, did the subgrading, laid 
an Acme asphalt pavement on a 6-inch Portland cement con- 
crete base, with brick block gutters and constructed artificial 
stone sidewalks. The sidewalks, brick gutters and asphalt 
pavement was laid under a five-year maintenance guaranty. 
The contractor furnished all material on the street except what 
new edgestone was required. The former surface of the street 
was macadam. 

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154 City Document No. 26. 

is about 438 feet in length. A contract to construct this street 
was awarded to the Bermudez Company September 20, 1917. 
This street is 40 feet in width with 7-foot sidewalks. The 
contractor did the subgrading, reset the edgestone and paved 
the roadway with Mexican asphalt, laid granite block gutters 
on a 6-inch Portland cement concrete base, with cement grout 
joints. Artificial stone sidewalks are to be constructed early 
in the spring. The asphalt pavement was laid under a five- 
year maintenance guaranty. The contractor furnished all 
material necessary to do the work. The former surface of the 
street was granite block. 

Overland street, from Brookline avenue to Boston & Albany 
Railroad, is about 399 feet in length. (See "Assessment 
Streets.") 

Orchardfield street, from Dorchester avenue to Freeport 
street, is about 814 feet in length. (See ''Assessment Streets.") 

Park street, from Tremont street to Beacon street, is about 
519 feet in length. A contract to pave this street was awarded 
to Bernard E. Grant August 16, 1917. The contractor paved 
a small area of the roadway in connection with the work on 
Beacon street. Work on this street will be resumed early in 
the spring. 

Parkland street, from Winship street to Academy Hill road, 
is about 466 feet in length. (See "Assessment Streets.") 

Parkman street, from North Grove street to North Anderson 
street, is about 195 feet in length. A contract for constructing 
the surface of this street was awarded to Warren Brothers 
Company September 9, 1916. This street varies in width from 
32-33 feet, with a roadway 20 to 21 feet in width, paved in 1916 
with Acme asphalt on a 6-inch Portland cement concrete 
base, with brick gutters 2| feet in width. The contractor did 
the excavating, reset the edgestone and paved the roadway. 
Artificial stone sidewalks were constructed in 1917. The 
contractor furnished all material necessary to do the work. 
The former surface of the street was asphalt. The roadway and 
sidewalks were laid under a five-year maintenance guaranty. 

Perham street, from Vermont street to railroad, is 2,616 feet in 
length. (See "Assessment Streets.") 

Randall street, from Albany street to Harrison avenue, is 
about 3,663 feet in length. (See "Assessment Streets.") 

Richwood street, from Centre street to Montview street, is 
about 1,267 feet in length. (See "Assessment Streets.") 

Ripley road, from Harvard street to Vassar street, is about 
685 feet in length. (See "Assessment Streets.") 

Rughy road, from Randolph road to Oakland street, is about 
552 feet in length. (See "Assessment Streets.") 

Santuit street, from Welles avenue to Roseland street, is about 
386 feet in length. (See "Assessment Streets.") 

Saville street, from Park street to Stratford street, is about 
314 feet in length. (See "Assessment Streets.") 



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Seaver street, from Blue Hill avenue to Walnut avenue, is 
about 4,160 feet in length. (See "Assessment Streets.") 

Selwyn street, from Farquhar street 1,174 feet northerly. 
(See "Assessment Streets.") 

South street,, from Chestnut Hill avenue to Academy Hill 
road, is about 616 feet in length. (See "Assessment Streets.") 

South street, from Jamaica street to Arborway, is about 
1,648 feet in length. A contract to construct the surface of 
this street was awarded to the Bermudez Company September 
20, 1917. This street varies in width from 60 to 64 feet, the 
sidewalks are 10 feet wide. (Work not started.) 

Southwick street, from Neponset avenue to Freeport street, 
is about 359 feet in length. (See "Assessment Streets.") 

Tem-ple street, from Spring street to Ivory street, is about 
1,091 feet in length. (See "Assessment Streets.") 

Theodore street, from Morton street about 618 feet easterly. 
(See "Assessment Streets.") 

Tuckerman street, from Dorchester avenue to Middle street, 
is about 375 feet in length. (See " Assessment Streets.") 

Turner street, from Washington street to Faneuil street, is 
about 1,255 feet in length. (See "Assessment Streets.") 

Upland avenue, from Park street to Melville avenue, is 
about 748 feet in length. (See "Assessment Streets.") 

Waldo terrace, from Washington street to Henshaw street, 
is about 292 feet in length. (See "Assessment Streets.") 

Westwood street, from Richfield street to Wales place, is 
about 607 feet in length. (See "Assessment Streets.") 

Wordsworth street, from Horace street to Coleridge street, 
662 feet in length. (See "Assessment Streets.") 

William Jackson avenue, from Chestnut Hill avenue to 
Academy Hill road. (See "Assessment Streets.") 

West Broadway, from the west side of A street to F street, is 
about 2,598 feet in length. A contract to lay an asphalt 
pavement with brick block gutters was awarded to W^arren 
Brothers Company September 9, 1916. The contractor did 
the subgrading, paved the roadway with Acme asphalt on a 
6-inch concrete base, paved the gutters with brick on a con- 
crete base, and paved the brows and dummy of the car tracks 
with granite blocks. The roadway as constructed is under a 
five-year maintenance guaranty. The section from Dorchester 
avenue to A street was omitted because of the delay in the new 
subway entrance. The former surface of the street was granite 
block pavement. 

Wood Block Pavement. 

Boylston street, from Tremont street to Washington street, 
is about 531 feet in length. A contract to construct the sur- 
face of this street was awarded to Warren Brothers Company 
September 9, 1916. The roadway was paved with wood block 
on a 6-inch Portland cement concrete base, sand bed and 



156 City Document No. 26. 

joints. The Boston Elevated Railway paved their track with 
wood blocks. The contractor furnished all material necessary 
to do the work. The roadway was laid under a five-year 
maintenance guaranty. The former surface of the street was 
granite block. 

Tremont street, from Boylston street to Common street, is 
about 885 feet in length with a roadway 40 feet and sidewalk 
10 feet in width. A contract for paving this street with wood 
block pavement was awarded to Bernard E. Grant. The 
contractor did the excavating, reset the edgestone, relayed the 
brick sidewalks, brought up the existing concrete base and 
paved the roadway with wood block, sand joints, on one (1) 
inch mortar bed. The intersection of Eliot street was paved 
with special cut granite blocks with pitch joints on concrete 
base. The straight edgestone and corners were furnished 
by the city and hauled by the contractor. The sidewalk 
brick were furnished by the city on the line of the work. All 
other materials were furnished by the contractor. The car 
tracks were set to grade and the space between the rails were 
paved with wood block on a 6-inch concrete base, grout joints, 
by the Boston Elevated Railway. The wood block and granite 
block pavements were laid under a five-year maintenance 
guaranty. This street is completed with the exception of a 
small area of artificial stone sidewalks. The former surface 
of the street was granite block pitch joints on a concrete base. 
Work will be resumed early in the spring. 

Washington street, from Court avenue to Beach street, is 
about 2,815 feet in length, with a roadway 27 to 40 feet in 
width and sidewalks 8 to 17 feet in width. A contract for 
paving this street with wood block was awarded to Bernard 
E. Grant August 16, 1917. The contractor removed the 
existing wood block, reset the edgestone, relaid the brick 
sidewalks where directed, cleaned the existing concrete base, 
paved the roadway with new wood block on a one (1) inch mor- 
tar bed, with sand joints. Where the existing wood block 
was found to be in good condition between the car tracks it 
was not disturbed. On portions of the street the space between 
the rails were paved with new wood blocks by the Boston 
Elevated Railway. All materials, including the wood blocks, 
were furnished by the contractor. The wood block pavement 
is laid under a five-year maintenance guaranty. This street 
is completed with the exception of a small area of wood block 
pavement and the artificial stone sidewalks. 

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: 

Alexander street, from Bird street to 527 feet northerly. The 
contract for constructing the surface of this street was awarded 



Public Works Department. 157 

to James Doherty June 16, 1916. It is a 40-foot street, -vv-ith a 
26-foot roadway, paA^ed with granite block on a 6-inch con- 
crete base, granite edgestone, flagging crosswalks and artificial 
stone sidewalks. The straight edgestone and flagging was 
furnished by the city and hauled by the contractor. The city 
furnished the circular edgestone on the line of the work. All 
other materials were furnished by the contractor. The arti- 
ficial stone sidewalks were laid under a five-year maintenance 
guaranty. This work was done, with the exception of a small 
portion of the sidewalks, in 1916. 

Alger street, from Dorchester avenue to New York, New 
Haven & Hartford Railroad, is about 549 feet in length. A 
contract for furnishing and placing filHng in this street was 
awarded to Frank J. Hannon November 7, 1917. Work was 
started November 12 and is still iii progress. 

Amory street, from Centre street to Bragdon street, is about 
1,408 feet in length. A contract for constructing the surface 
of the street was awarded to James Doherty August 21, 1916. 
Work was started in 1916. It is a 50-foot street, with a 34- 
foot granite block roadway, grout joints, on a 6-inch Portland 
cement concrete base, granite edgestone and 8-foot artificial 
stone sidewalks. The street car tracks extending from Centre 
street to about 600 feet southerly were resurfaced by the Boston 
Elevated. The straight edgestone was furnished by the city 
and hauled by the contractor. The circular edgestone was 
furnished by the city on the fine of the work. All other 
materials were furnished by the contractor. The artificial 
stone sidewalks and roadway were laid under a five-year main- 
tenance guaranty. 

Atkins street, from Washington street to Stratton street, is 
about 618 feet in length. A contract for constructing the 
surface of this street was awarded to the Central Construction 
Company October 9, 1916. Work was begun May 25, 1917, 
and completed August 13, 1917. It is a 40-foot street, with 
second-hand granite block gutters 2\ feet in width, laid on a 
Portland cement concrete base 4 inches in depth with cement 
grout joints, a sheet asphalt pavement laid on a 4-inch Portland 
cement concrete base, granite edgestone and artificial stone 
sidewalks 7 feet in width. The asphalt pavement and artificial 
stone sidewalks were laid under a five-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. 

Augustus avenue, from MetropoUtan avenue to Ethel street, 
is about 387 feet in length. A contract for constructing the 
surface of this street was awarded to Martino DeMatteo 
October 14, 1916. Work was started October 23, 1916, and 
suspended November 17, 1916. Work was resumed April 12, 
1917, and completed July 12, 1917. The work done this year 
consisted of constructiag the 6-uich bituminous macadam 



158 City Document No. 26. 

roadway and artificial stone sidewalks. The remainder of the 
work was done last year. The artificial stone sidewalks were 
laid under a five-year maintenance guaranty. The bituminous 
binder (Bermudez road asphalt) was furnished and apphed 
by the citj'". 

Bar dwell street, from South street to Ballard street, is about 
613 feet in length. A contract for constiTicting the surface of 
this street was awarded to the Central Construction Company 
July 18, 1916. Work was begun September 11, 1916, and 
suspended December 15, 1916. Work was resumed June 11, 
1917, and completed June 30, 1917. With the exception of the 
sheet asphalt for the roadway this street was completed in 1916. 
The asphalt pavement was laid under a five-year maintenance 
guaranty. 

Bexley road, from Washington street to Florence street. 
(Not started.) 

Blake street, from Hyde Park boundary line to Randolph 
road, is about 142 feet in length. A contract -for constructing 
the surface of this street was awarded to the Central Construc- 
tion Company October 9, 1917. Work was begun June 8, 
1917, and completed August 31, 1917. It is a 40-foot street, 
with second-hand granite block gutters 2| feet in width, laid 
on a 4-inch concrete base with grout joints, asphalt pavement 
laid on a 4-inch concrete base, granite edgestone and artificial 
stone sidewalks 7 feet in %vidtli. The sheet asphalt pavement 
and artificial stone sidewalks were laid under a five-year main- 
tenance guaranty. The straight edgestone, corners and 
granite blocks for the brows were furnished by the city and 
hauled by the contractor. The circular edgestone was furnished 
by the city on the fine of the work. All other materials were 
furnished by the contractor. 

Br^eck avenue, from Washington street to Langley road, is 
about 207 feet in length. A contract for constructing the 
surface of this street was awarded to Martino DeMatteo 
October 14, 1916. Work was begun October 5, 1917, and 
completed December 7, 1917. It is a 45-foot street, with a 
6-inch bituminous macadam roadway, granite edgestone and 
artificial stone sidewalks 8 feet in width. The artificial stone 
sidewalks were laid under a five-year maintenance guaranty. 
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. The bituminous binder (Socony 
asphalt) was furnished and applied by the city. All other 
materials were f urnis hed by the contractor. 

Caledonian avenue, from Spring street 210 feet southerly. 
A contract for excavating and grading this street was awarded 
to Frank Drinkwater November 13, 1916. Work was begun 
December 9, 1916, and completed August 16, 1917. The work 
done this year consisted of excavating earth and rock and 
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Caspian way, from Savin Hill avenue about 520 feet easterly. 
A contract for constructing the surface of this street was awarded 
to Martino DeMatteo October 14, 1916. Work was begun 
May 14, 1917, and completed September 11, 1917. This 
street is from 25 to 50 feet in width, with an asphalt macadam 
roadway, granite edgestone and artificial stone sidewalks. 
The straight edgestone and corners were furnished by the city 
and hauled by the contractor. The circular edgestone and 
asphalt binder were furnished by the city on the line of the work. 
All other materials were furnished by the contractor. The 
artificial stone sidewalks were laid under a five-year maintenance 
guaranty. 

Carmel street, from Tremont street to Delle avenue. (Not 
started.) 

Centervale park, from Upland avenue to Bourneside street, is 
about 517 feet in length. A contract for constructing the 
surface of this street was awarded to the Central Construction 
Company July 28, 1916. Work was begun August 10, 1916, 
and suspended November 27, 1916. Work was resumed May 
26, 1917, and completed June 2, 1917. It is a 72-foot street, 
with two 19-foot roadways and a 20-foot loam space, granite 
edgestone and artificial stone sidewalks with loam spaces. 
The roadways were paved with asphalt on a 4-inch concrete 
base. 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 fine of the work and all other 
materials were furnished by the contractor. The asphalt 
pavement and artificial stone sidewalks were laid under a five- 
j^ear maintenance guaranty. The work done this year con- 
sisted of laying artificial stone sidewalks. 

Chelsea street, from Chamber street to Foss street. Work 
was commenced September 15, 1917. New edgestone was set 
and artificial stone sidewalks laid. 

Cliffniont street, from Canterbury street 1,120 feet southerly. 
A contract for constructing this street was awarded October 5, 
1917. Work was begun November 26, 1917, and suspended 
December 11, 1917. It is a 40-foot street, with an asphalt 
macadam roadway, granite edgestone and artificial stone 
sidewalks, with a concrete retaining wall and fence about 270 
feet in length at the southerly end of the street. About 200 
feet of edgestone has been set and about one half the concrete 
for the wall has been placed. Work will be resumed in the 
spring. 

Conley street, from Old Colony avenue to Tenean street, is 
about 473 feet in length. A contract for furnishing filling on 
this street was awarded to D. M. Biggs July 17, 1917. Work 
was started July 23, 1917, and suspended August 15, 1917. 
Work will be resumed early in the spring. 

Cornell street, from Orange street to Colberg avenue, is about 
1,437 feet in length. A contract to construct the surface of 



160 City Document No. 26. 

this street was awarded to Martino DeMatteo October 14, 
1916. Work was begun December 2, 1916, and suspended 
December 30, 1916. Work was resumed April 2, 1917, and com- 
pleted October 13, 1917. It is a 40-foot street with a 6-inch 
bituminous macadam roadway, granite edgestone, flagging 
crosswalks and artificial stone sidewalks, 7 feet in width. With 
the exception of some rough grading the entire work was clone 
this year. The edgestone on the southerly side was set on a 
crushed stone foundation. The artificial stone sidewalks were 
laid under a five-year maintenance guaranty. The straight edge- 
stone was furnished by the city and hauled by the contractor. 
The circular edgestone was furnished by the city on the. line 
of the work. The bituminous binder (Bermudez road asphalt) 
was furnished and applied by the city. All other materials 
were furnished by the contractor. 

Cummings road, from Commonwealth avenue to 835 feet 
easterly. A contract for constructing the surface of this street 
was awarded to the Central Construction Company October 
9, 1916. Work was begun June 13, 1917, and completed August 
29, 1917. It is a 40-foot street, with second-hand granite block 
gutters, 2^ feet in width, laid on a 4-inch concrete base with 
cement grout joints, has a sheet asphalt pavement laid on a 
4-inch concrete base and artificial stone sidewalks, 4| feet in 
width, with loam spaces. The sheet asphalt pavement and 
artificial stone sidewalks were laid under a five-year main- 
tenance guaranty. The straight edgestone, corners and granite 
blocks for brows 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. 

Dana avenue footway, from Dana avenue to Easton avenue, is 
about 75 feet in length. A contract to construct artificial stone 
walls, steps and walks in this street was awarded to James 
Doherty May 29, 1917. The steps, as constructed, are 14 feet 
wide, including the walls, about 75 feet long, covering a difference 
in elevation of over 22 feet. The contractor did the excavating, 
put in underdrains and a catch-basin, built the steps and iron 
fences, set the edgestone, furnished and laid granite block 
gutters, resurfaced coal tar concrete walks and repaired the old 
wooden fence. The contractor furnished all materials necessary 
to do the work. The artificial stone work is under a five-year 
mamtenance guaranty. Work was started August 24, 1917, and 
completed October 20, 1917. 

Downer avenue, from the easterly side of De Wolf street to 
Sawyer avenue, is about 842 feet in length. A contract for 
constructing the surface of this street was awarded to Martino 
De Matteo. Work was begun June 1, 1917, and completed 
August 15, 1917. It is a 40-foot street with an asphalt macadam 
roadway, granite edgestone and 7-foot artificial stone sidewalks. 
The straight edgestone and corners were furnished by the city 
and hauled by the contractor. The circular edgestone and 



Public Works Department. 161 

asphalt road binder were furnished by the city on the Hne of the 
work. All other materials were furnished by the contractor. 
The artificial stone was laid under a five-year guaranty. 

Dunster road, from Centre street to Pond street, is about 
1,770 feet in length. A contract for constructing the surface of 
this street was awarded to the Central Construction Company 
July 18, 1916. Work was begun September 30, 1916, suspended 
December 15, 1916, resumed June 4, 1917, and completed June 
30, 1917. The edgestone was set, grading done, concrete base 
for asphalt pavement laid and a part of the artificial stone side- 
walks were constructed last season. The work this year con- 
sisted in completing the artificial stone sidewalks and laying the 
sheet asphalt pavement, both of which were laid under a five- 
year maintenance guaranty. All materials were furnished by 
the contractor this season. 

Epping street, from Washington street to Norfolk street, is 
about 241 feet in length. The contract for constructing the 
surface of this street was awarded to the Central Construction, 
Company July 28, 1916. Work was begun November 13, 1916, 
and suspended December 15, 1916. It is a 30-foot street with 
a 20-foot asphalt roadway on a 4-inch concrete base, granite 
edgestone and 5-foot artificial stone sidewalks. The straight 
edgestone was furnished by the city and hauled by the con- 
tractor. The circular edgestone was furnished by the city on 
the line of the work. All other materials were furnished by the 
contractor. The roadway and sidewalks were laid under a 
five-year maintenance guaranty. 

Everton street, from Geneva avenue to OLney street, is about 
690 feet in length. A contract for constructing the surface of 
this street was awarded to the Central Construction Company 
on July 28, 1916. Work was begun September 2, 1916, and 
suspended December 26, 1916. Work was resumed June 2, 1917, 
and completed June 26, 1917. It is a 40-foot street with a 
26-foot Topeka roadway on a 4-uich Portland cement concrete 
base, granite edgestone and artificial stone sidewalks, 7 feet in 
width. 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 roadway and 
sidewalks were laid under a five-year maintenance guaranty. 

Fordham road, from Commonwealth avenue to Brighton 
avenue, is about 624 feet in length. A contract for constructing 
the surface of this street was awarded to the Central Construc- 
tion Company on October 9, 1916. Work was begun June 13, 
1917, and completed August 29, 1917. It is a 40-foot street with 
second-hand granite block gutters, 2| feet in width, laid on a 
4-inch Portland cement concrete base, granite . edgestone in 
front of the houses, and artificial stone sidewalks, 7 feet in 
width. In front of the vacant land on each side the sidewalk 
was depressed to allow approach to garages which were' con- 
templated at the time of constructing the street. The sheet 



162 City Document No. 26. 

asphalt pavement and the artificial stone sidewalks were laid 
under a five-year maintenance guaranty. The straight edge- 
stone, corners and granite blocks for brows were furnished by 
the city and hauled by the contractor. The circular edgestone 
was furnished by the city on the line of the work. All the other 
materials were furnished by the contractor. 

Gaffney street, from Commonwealth avenue to Boston & 
Albany Railroad, is about 779 feet in length. A contract for 
constructing the surface of this street was awarded to the Central 
Construction Company October 9, 1916. Work was begun 
November 24, 1916, suspended December 15, 1916, resumed 
March 23, 1917, and completed July 30, 1917. It is an 80-foot 
street with granite edgestone, second-hand granite block gutters, 
2^ feet in width, laid on a 4-inch Portland cement concrete base, 
granite edgestone and artificial stone sidewalks, 10 feet in width, 
on east side and 20 feet wide on west side for about 630 feet 
from Commonwealth avenue and about 10 feet wide for the 
remainder. The Boston Elevated Railway Company paved its 
tracks with granite block on a concrete base with grout joints. 
Brows to this track were paved 6 inches in width with wood 
block on 4-inch concrete base with sand jomts. The sheet 
asphalt, wood block pavement and artificial stone sidewalks 
were laid under a five-year maintenance guaranty. 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. With the exception of some grading 
and hauling a part of the edgestone, aU work was done this year. 

Glencoe street, from North Beacon street, across Garden 
street (not including intersection of Saybrook street), is about 
763 feet in length. A contract for consti-ucting the surface of 
this street was awarded to the Central Construction Company 
on October 9, 1916. Work was begun June 19, 1917, and com- 
pleted August 17, 1917. It is a 40-foot street with second-hand 
granite block gutters, 2| feet in width, and laid on a 4-inch 
Portland cement concrete base with cement granite joints, 
a sheet asphalt pavement laid on a 4-inch Portland cement 
concrete base, granite edgestones and artificial stone sidewalks, 
7 feet in width. The sheet asphalt pavement and artificial 
stone sidewalks were laid under a five-j^ear maintenance guar- 
anty. The straight edgestones, corners and granite blocks 
for brows were furnished by the city and hauled by the con- 
tractor. The circular edgestone was furnished by the city on 
the line of the work. All the other materials were furnished by 
the contractor. 

Goodale road (southerly side) , from Blue Hill avenue 620 feet 
westerly. A contract for constructing artificial stone side- 
walks 7 feet in width on one side of this street was awarded to 
Michael DeRusso & Co. Work was begmi September 13, 
1917, and completed September 26, 1917. All the materials 
were furnished by the contractor. The artificial stone was 



Public Works Department. 163 

laid under a five-year maintenance guaranty. The department 
forces set the edgestone, paved the gutters and did some 
grading. 

Gove street, from Cottage street to easterly line of Venice 
street, is about 428 feet in length. The contract for con- 
structing the surface of this street was awarded to the Warren 
Brothers Company on October 5, 1917. Work was begun 
October 16, 1917, and suspended December 4, 1917. It is a 
50-foot street with granite edgestone, granite block gutters, 
2| feet in width, laid on a 4-mch concrete base with cement 
grout joints, and is to have a Topeka pavement laid on a 
4-inch concrete base, and brick sidewalks 8 feet in width. The 
work this year consists of grading, setting the edgestone, 
laying the gutter, placing the concrete base for Topeka pave- 
ment, and laying Topeka pavement for a length of about 133 
feet at the Venice street end. Work will be resumed in the 
spring. Straight edgestone and second-hand granite blocks 
were furnished by the city and hauled by the contractor. 
The circular edgestone and a small amount of sidewalk bricks 
were furnished by the city on the line of the work. All the 
other materials were furnished by the contractor. 

Granada avenue, from MetropoHtan avenue to Ethel street, 
is about 417 feet in length. A contract for constructing the 
surface of this street was awarded to Martino DeMatteo on 
October 14, 1916. Work was begun November 6, 1917, 
suspended December 13, 1917; resumed April 25, 1917, and 
completed July 17, 1917. The work this year consisted of 
constructing the 6-inch bituminous macadam roadway and 
artificial stone sidewalks. The artificial stone sidewalks were 
laid under a five-year maintenance guaranty. The bituminous 
binder (Bermudez road asphalt) was furnished and applied by 
the city. All other materials were furnished by the contractor. 

Grove street, from Centre street to Spring street. (Not 
started.) 

Harvard street (Charlestown) , from Prescott street to the 
south side of Harvard square, is about 380 feet in len^h. A 
contract to pave this street with asphalt was awarded to the 
Bermudez Company on September 20, 1917. The work on 
this street has not started as yet. 

Harvard street, from Morton street to Deering road, is about 
793 feet in length. 

Harvard street, from Willowwood street to Lucerne street, 
is about 725 feet in length. A contract for constructing the 
surface of this street was awarded to James Doherty December 
3, 1915. Work was begun August 18, 1916, and suspended 
December 4, 1916. Work was resumed May 21, 1917, and 
completed May 27, 1917. It is a 40-foot street with a 26-foot 
sheet asphalt roadway on a 6-inch Portland cement concrete 
base and artificial stone sidewalks, 7 feet in width. The 
straight edgestone and corners were furnished by the city and 
hauled by the contractor. The circular edgestone was fur- 



164 City Document No. 26. 

nished by the city on the line of the work. The roadway and 
sidewalks were laid under a five-year maintenance guaranty. 

Hill Top street, from Granite avenue to Hallet street, is 
about 1,990 feet in length. A contract for constructing the 
surface of this street was awarded to Martino DeMatteo. 
Work was begun October 25, 1916, and suspended December 15, 
1916. Work was resumed March 23, 1917, and completed 
November 26, 1917. It is a 50-foot street with a 30-foot 
asphalt macadam roadway, granite edgestones and 8-foot 
crushed stone sidewalks. The straight edgestone was fur- 
nished by the city and hauled by the contractor. The cir- 
cular edgestone and asphalt binder was furnished by the city 
on the line of the work. All other materials were furnished 
by the contractor. 

Hitler est street, from Elgin street to Temple street, is about 
525 feet in length. A contract for the construction of the 
surface of this street was awarded to the Central Construction 
Company on July 18, 1916. Work was begun August 4, 1916, 
suspended December 5, 1916, resumed June 13, 1917, and 
completed July 10, 1917. With the exception of the sheet 
asphalt pavement and a small part of the artificial stone side- 
walks, this street was constructed last season. The sheet 
asphalt pavement and artificial stone sidewalks were laid under 
a five-year maintenance guaranty. The contractor furnished 
all materials for this year's work. 

Homestead street, from Humboldt avenue to Elm Hill avenue, 
is about 1,125 feet in length. A contract for constructing the 
surface of this street was awarded to the Central Construction 
Company on July 28, 1916. Work was begun October 11, 
1916, and suspended December 15, 1916. Work was resumed 
May 14, 1917, and completed July 18, 1917. It is a 40-foot 
street with a 26-foot sheet asphalt roadway in a 4-inch Port- 
land cement concrete base, granite edgestone and artificial 
stone sidewalks, 7 feet in width. 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 con- 
tractor. The roadway and sidewalks were laid under a five- 
year maintenance guaranty. 

Hyde Park avenue (easterly side), from Tower street to Walk 
Hill street, is about 1,506 feet in length. A contract for con- 
structing artificial stone sidewalks on this street was awarded 
to the Warren Brothers Company. Work was begun August 
31, 1917, and completed September 24, 1917. New edgestones 
were set and new granite block gutters were laid from Walk 
Hill street to about 250 feet south of Walk Hill street. Edge- 
stone was reset in part and granite block gutter relaid in part. 
Artificial stone sidewalks, a part 8 feet and a part 13 feet in 
width, were constructed under a five-year maintenance guar- 
anty. The new straight edgestone and granite blocks were 



Public Works Department. 165 

furnished by the city and hauled by the contractor. All 
other materials were furnished by the contractor. 

Langley road, from Breck avenue to about 571 feet easterly. 
A contract for constructing the surface of this street was 
awarded to Martino DelNIatteo on October 14, 1916. AVork 
was begun September 25, 1917, and completed December 7, 
1917. It is a 40-foot street with a 6-inch bituminous macadam 
roadway, granite edgestone, and artificial stone sidewalks, 
7 feet in width. The artificial stone sidewalks were laid under 
a five-year maintenance guaranty. The edgestone on the 
southerly side was set on a crushed stone and concrete founda- 
tion. The straight edgestone was furnished by the city and 
hauled by the contractor. The circular edgestone was fur- 
nished by the city on the line of the work. The bituminous 
binder (Socony asphalt) was furnished and applied by the 
city. All other materials were furnished b}^ the contractor. 

Lithgow street, from Talbot avenue to Wainwright street, 
is about 683 feet in length. A contract for constructing the 
surface of this street was awarded to the Central Construction 
Company on July 28, 1916. Work was begun on October 31, 

1916, and December 15, 1916. Work was resumed April 12, 

1917, and completed June 9, 1917. It is a 40-foot street 
with a 26-foot sheet asphalt roadway on a 4-inch concrete 
base, granite edgestones and artificial stone sidewalks, 7 feet 
in width. 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 fine of the work. The 
contractor furnished all the other materials. The roadway 
and sidewalks were laid under a five-year maintenance 
guaranty. 

Lorette street, from Centre street to Hillcrest street, is about 
504 feet in length. A contract for constructing the surface of 
this street was awarded to the Central Construction Company 
on July 18, 1916. Work was begim August 1, 1916, and com- 
pleted October 27, 1917. This street was practically com- 
pleted last year. The work this year consisted in laying a 
small amount of sheet asphalt pavement at the Hillcrest 
street end, the contractor furnishing all materials. 

Lome street, from Harvard street about 650 feet northerly. 
The contract for constructing the surface of this street was 
awarded to the Central Construction Company October 9, 
1916. Work was begun April 23, 1917, and completed October 
15, 1917. This street is 40 feet in width to about 550 feet 
north of Harvard street, where it widens to 80 feet and con- 
tinues at this width to the end. The artificial stone sidewalks 
are 7 feet in width, and the roadway is sheet asphalt with a 
2|-foot grouted granite block gutter, both on a 4-inch concrete 
base. The straight edgestone was 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 



166 City Document No. 26. 

were furnished by the contractor. The roadway and side- 
walks were built under a five-year maintenance guaranty. 

Matchett street, from Washington street 843 feet northerly, 
was constructed for a length of about 852 feet. A contract 
for constructing the roadway was awarded to the Central 
Construction Company on October 9, 1916. Work was begun 
June 1, 1917, and completed July 7, 1917. The roadway is 
26 feet in width with second-hand granite block gutters, 2^ feet 
in width laid on a 4-inch Portland cement concrete base, with 
cement grout joints and sheet asphalt pavement laid on a 
4-inch Portland cement concrete base. The sheet asphalt 
pavement was laid imder a five-year maintenance guaranty. 
Granite blocks for brows were furnished by the city and hauled 
by the contractor. All the other materials were furnished by 
the contractor. 

Minton street, from Amorj^ street to Brookside avenue, not 
started. 

Moraine street, from South Huntington avenue to Jamaica- 
way, is about 1,418 feet in length. The construction of this 
street is being done by the department forces. The work this 
year consisted of hauling and setting edgestone. 

Morton street, from Norfolk street to the easterly hne of the 
New York, New Haven & Hartford Railroad, is about 466 
feet in length. A contract to furnish filling for this street was 
awarded to Wilham J. Barry on September 12, 1916. Work 
was begun September 4, 1916, and completed April 11, 1917. 

Mt. Ida road, from Marvin street about 254 feet southerly, 
is a 40-foot street with a bituminous macadam roadway, 
granite edgestone and 7-foot artificial stone sidewalks. A con- 
tract for constructing artificial stone sidewalks on this street 
was awarded to Michael DeRusso & Co. Work was begun 
October 1, 1917, and completed October 16, 1917. The con- 
tractor furnished all the materials for the work and laid the 
sidewalk under a five-year mamtenance guaranty. 

Museum road, from Huntington avenue to the Fenway, is 
about 628 feet in length. The contract for constructing the 
surface of this street was awarded to Warren Brothers Com- 
pany on October 5, 1917. Work was begun November 5, 
1917, and suspended December 10, 1917. It is a 50-foot street 
with granite edgestones, granite block gutters, 2| feet in width, 
laid on a 4-inch concrete base with cement grout joints, and 
is to have a Topeka pavement laid on a 4-inch concrete base 
and artificial stone sidewalks, 8 feet in width. The work this 
year consisted of setting and resetting edgestone, laying 
granite block gutters and laying concrete base and Topeka 
pavement for a distance of about 370 feet at the Huntington 
avenue end. The work will be resumed early in the spring. 
Straight edgestone and second-hand granite blocks were fur- 
nished by the city and hauled by the contractor. Circular 
edgestone was furnished by the city on the line of the work. 
All other materials were furnished by the contractor. 



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Norfolk street, from Blue Hill avenue to Corbet street, is 
about 3,780 feet in length. A contract for the construction 
of the surface of this street was awarded to the Central Con- 
struction Company. Work was begun July 31, 1917, and 
suspended December 12, 1917. When complete it is to be a 
60-foot street with a sheet asphalt roadway, on a 6-inch con- 
crete base, grouted granite block gutters, granite edgestone 
and 8-foot artificial stone sidewalks. The street has been 
rough graded and the edgestone has been set between Blue 
Hill avenue and Clarkwood street this year. 

North Beacon street, from Cambridge street to Market street, 
is about 3,260 feet in length. A contract for the construction 
of the surface of this street was awarded to Coleman Brothers 
on June 14, 1917. The street is to be 60 feet in width for most 
of its length, with 10-foot artificial stone sidewalks. The con- 
tractor started work late in the fall and set some of the edge- 
stone, but was obliged to suspend work on accoimt of the 
severe weather. Work will be resumed again early in the 
spring. The new roadway surface is to be asphalt laid on a 
6-inch Portland cement concrete base, with granite block 
gutters, laid on a concrete base with grout joints. The city 
furnished the new straight edgestone at the South End Paving 
Yard. 

Orchardfield street, from Dorchester avenue to Freeport 
street, is about 814 feet in length. A contract for constructing 
the surface of this street was awarded to the Central Construc- 
tion Company. Work was begmi October 10, 1916, and sus- 
pended December 8, 1916. Work was resumed June 12, 1917, 
and completed June 15, 1917. It is a 20-foot street with a 
14-foot sheet asphalt roadway on a 4-inch cement concrete 
base, granite edgestone and artificial stone sidewalks, 3 feet in 
width. The straight edgestone and corners were furnished by 
the city and hauled by the contractor. The city furnished the 
circular edgestone on the line of the work. All other materials 
were furnished by the contractor. The roadway and sidewalks 
were laid under a five-year maintenance guaranty. 

Overland street, from Brookline avenue to the Boston & 
Albany Railroad, is about 399 feet in length. A contract to 
construct this street was awarded to the James J. Coughlan 
Company on October 16, 1917. Work was begun October 25 
and suspended November 30, 1917. This street as constructed 
is 40 feet wide mth 6-foot artificial stone sidewalks. The con- 
tractor did the grading, set the edgestone, laid the 6-inch 
Portland cement concrete base and paved a portion of the 
roadway with granite blocks. He also furnished and laid the 
artificial stone sidewalks. The contractor furnished all the 
materials necessary to build the street. Work will be resumed 
in the spring. 

Parkland street, from Winship street to Academy Hill road, 
is about 466 feet in length. A contract to construct this street 
was awarded to Coleman Brothers on June 14, 1917. Work was 



168 City Document No. 26. 

begun August 23, 1917, and completed October 16, 1917. This 
street is 20 feet in width, with 3^-foot sidewalks. The con- 
tractor did the excavating, set the edgestone, paved the granite 
block gutters, paved the roadway with asphalt on a 4-inch 
Portland cement concrete base and furnished and laid the 
artificial stone sidewalks. The city furnished the new straight 
edgestone and corners at the South End Yard and circular 
edgestones on the Ime of work; the other materials necessary 
to do the work were furnished by the contractor. The side- 
walks and asphalt pavement were laid mider a five-year main- 
tenance guaranty. The original surface of the street was 
gravel. 

Patten street, from Hyde Park avenue to Bourne street, is 
about 1,192 feet in length. A contract for constructing the 
surface of this street was awarded to Martino DeMatteo on 
October 14, 1916. Work was begun November 28, 1916, and 
completed June 23, 1917. It is a 40-foot street with a 6-inch 
bituminous macadam roadway, granite edgestones, flagging 
crosswalks and artificial stone sidewalks, 7 feet in width. The 
artificial stone sidewalks were laid under a five-year main- 
tenance guaranty. The straight edgestone was furnished by 
the city and hauled by the contractor. The circular edge- 
stone was furnished by the city on the line of the work. The 
bituminous bmder (Bermudez road asphalt) was furnished and 
applied by the city. All other materials were furnished by 
the contractor. 

Perham street, from Vermont street to the New York, New 
Haven & Hartford Railroad, is about 2,616 feet in length. 
A contract for constructing the surface of this street was 
awarded to the Central Construction Company on October 9, 
1916. Work was begun June 29, 1917, and completed October 
10, 1917. It is a 40-foot street with second-hand granite block 
gutters, 2| feet in width, laid on a 4-inch Portland cement 
concrete base, granite edgestones and artificial stone sidewalks. 
The sheet asphalt pavement and artificial stone sidewalks 
were laid under a five-year maintenance guaranty. The 
straight edgestone, corners and granite blocks -for brows were 
furnished by the city and hauled by the contractor. The cir- 
cular edgestone Was furnished by the city on the fine of the 
work. All the other materials were furnished by the contractor. 

Pontiac street, from Tremont street to Hillside street, is 
about 936 feet in length. A contract for constructing the 
surface of this street was awarded to J. C. Coleman & Sons 
Company on October 22, 1917. This street when constructed 
is to be 40 feet wide with 7-foot sidewalks. Two large retain- 
ing walls have been built and considerable rock and earth 
cutting has been done. The edgestones are to be hauled and 
set, artificial stone sidewalks are to be built, block gutters 
laid and the roadway is to be bituminous macadam. Fences 
are to be built on the walls and considerable more rock and 
earth cutting is yet to be done. 



Public Wokks Department. 169 

Radford lane, from Carruth street across Bushnell street, is 
about 432 feet in length. This street is being constructed by 
the department force. 

Ralston street, from Dorchester avenue to Old Colony avenue, 
is about 1,127 feet in length. A contract for constructing the 
surface of this street was awarded to William J. Rafferty & Co. 
on October 9, 1917. Work was begun October 18, 1917, and 
suspended December 15, 1917. It is a 40-foot street with 
granite edgestones, 5-inch crushed stone sidewalks, 7 feet in 
width, flagging crosswalks at Dorchester avenue, and is to have 
a 6-inch bituminous macadam roadway. The work this j^ear 
has consisted of grading, setting the edgestone and construct- 
ing crushed stone sidewalks. Concrete retaining walls were 
constructed on each side for a short distance near Dorchester 
avenue. The work will be resumed early in the spring. The 
straight edgestone, second-hand granite blocks and flagging 
were furnished by the city and hauled by the contractor. The 
circular edgestones were furnished by the city on the line of the 
work. All other materials were furnished by the contractor. 

Richwood street, from Centre street to Mont view street, is 
about 1,267 feet in length. A contract for constructing the 
surface of this street was awarded to the Central Construction 
Company on October 9, 1916. Work was begun July 16, 1917, 
and completed, with exception of a seal coat, December 1, 1917. 
It is a 40-foot street with second-hand granite block gutters, 
2^ feet in width, laid on a 4-inch Portland cement concrete base 
with cement grout joints, Topeka pavement laid on a 4-inch 
Portland cement concrete base, granite edgestones, and side- 
walks 7 to 13 feet in width, having artificial stone walks, 4| to 
5| feet in width, with loam spaces. The artificial stone sidewalks 
and Topeka pavement were laid under a five-year maintenance 
guaranty. 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. 

Ripley road, from Harvard street to Vassar street, is about 
685 feet in leng-th. A contract for constructing the surface of 
this street was awarded to the Central Construction Company 
on July 28, 1916. Work was begun September 25, 1916, and 
suspended December 11, 1916. Work was resumed May 15, 
1917, and completed May 19, 1917. It is a 40-foot street with 
a 26-foot sheet asphalt roadway on a 4-inch Portland cement 
concrete base, granite edgestone, flaggmg crosswalks and arti- 
ficial stone sidewalks 7 feet in width. 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. The roadway and sidewalks were laid under 
a five-year maintenance guaranty. 

Rowell street, from Hancock street to Cushing avenue, is 
about 587 feet in length. The contract for constructing the 



170 City Document No. 26. 

surface of this street was awarded to Martiiio DeMatteo October 
14, 1916. Work was begun June 28, 1917, and completed 
September 20, 1917. It is a 40-foot street with 7-foot artificial 
stone sidewalks and 26-foot asphalt macadam roadwaj'. The 
circular edgestone and asphalt road bmder were furnished by 
the city on the hne of the work. The artificial stone sidewalks 
were laid under a five-year maintenance guaranty. 

Rugby road, from Randolph road to Oakland street, is about 
552 feet in length. The contract for constructmg the surface 
of this street was awarded to the Central Construction Company 
on October 9, 1916. Work was begim June 8, 1917, and com- 
pleted September 3, 1917. It is a 40-foot street with second- 
hand granite block gutters, 2| feet in width, laid on a 4-inch 
Portland cement concrete base with cement grout joints, sheet 
asphalt pavement laid on a 4-inch Portland cement concrete 
base, granite edgestones and artificial stone sidewalks 7 feet in 
width. The sheet asphalt pavement and artificial stone side- 
walks were laid under a five-year maintenance guaranty. 
The straight edgestone, corners and granite blocks for brows 
were furnished by the city and hauled by the contractor. The 
circular edgestone was furnished bj' the city on the line of the 
work. All other materials were furnished by the contractor. 

St. Rose street, from South street about 416 feet westerly. 
A contract for constructing the surface of this street was awarded 
to ]\Iartino DeJMatteo on October 14, 1916. Work was begun 
March 22, 1917, and completed June 30, 1917. It is a 40-foot 
street with a 6-inch bitummous macadam roadwaj^, granite 
edgestones and artificial stone sidewalks. The artificial stone 
sidewalks were laid mider a five-year mamtenance guaranty. 
The straight edgestone was furnished by the citj^ and hauled 
by the contractor. The circular edgestone was furnished by 
the city on the Ime of the work. The bitummous binder 
(Bermudez road asphalt) was furnished and applied by the 
city. All other materials were furnished by the contractor. 

Santiiit street, from Welles avenue to Roseland street, is about 
386 feet m length. It is a 40-foot street with a Topeka roadway 
on a 4-inch concrete base, grouted granite block gutters, granite 
edgestones and 7-foot artificial stone sidewalks. A contract 
for constiiicting the artificial stone sidewalks was awarded to 
]\Iichael DeRusso & Co. on AugTist 23, 1917. Work was begun 
August 28, 1917, and completed September 11, 1917. The 
contractor furnished aU the materials for the work and laid 
the sidewalk under a five-year maintenance guaranty. 

Saville street, from Park street to Stratford street, is about 
314 feet in length. A contract for constructmg the surface 
of this street was awarded to the Central Constmction Company 
October 9, 1916. Work was begim Juty 3, 1917J and completed 
October 10, 1917. It is a 40-foot street with second-hand 
granite block hip g-utters, 3| feet in mclth, laid on 4-inch Port- 
land cement concrete base with cement grout jomts, a sheet 
asphalt pavement laid on a 4-inch Portland cement concrete 



Public Woeks Department. 171 

base, granite edgestones at street corners and sidewalks 7 feet in 
width, ha^dng artificial stone sidewalks, 4| feet in width, with 
loam spaces. The artificial stone sidewalks and sheet asphalt 
pavement were laid under a five-year maintenance guaranty'. 
The straight edgestones were furnished bj^ the city and hauled 
by the contractor. The circular edgestones were furnished by 
the cit}^ on the fine of the work. All other materials were fur- 
nished by the contractor. 

Seaver street, from Blue Hill avenue across Walnut avenue, is 
about 4,160 feet in length. A contract for reconstructing this 
street was awarded to Warren Brothers Company July 17, 
1917. Work was begmi July 18, 1917, and completed Septem- 
ber 20, 1917. It is a 92|-foot street with a 20-foot sidewalk, 
10 feet artificial stone and 10-foot loam space on the north side, 
a 40-foot sheet asphalt on existing telford macadam base road- 
way, with grouted granite block gutters, granite edgestone on 
the south side only, and a street car reservation 32| feet in 
width on the south side next to the roadway. The straight 
edgestone, 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-year maintenance 
guaranty. 

South street, from Chestnut Hill avenue to Commonwealth 
avenue, is about 616 feet m length. A contract to constiiict 
this street was awarded to Coleman Brothers on June 14, 1917. 
Work was started July 26, 1917, and completed November 17, 
1917. It is a 40-foot street with 7-foot sidewalks. The con- 
tractor did the excavating, set the edgestone, laid the granite 
block gutters on a concrete base with grout joints 2| feet wide, 
laid the asphalt pavement on a 4-iiich Portland cement concrete 
base, and furnished and laid the artificial stone sidewalks and 
driveways. The sidewalks and roadway are laid under a five- 
year maintenance guaranty. The city furnished the edge- 
stone and granite blocks for brows; the other materials necessary 
to do the work were furnished by the contractor. The old 
roadway was macadam. 

Southwick street, from Neponset avenue to Freeport street, 
is about 359 feet in length. A contract for constructing the 
surface of this street was awarded to the Central Constraction 
Company July 28, 1916. Work was started August 8, 1916, 
and suspended December 14, 1916. It is a 40-foot street with 
a 26-foot roadway and 7-foot sidewalks. When completed 
this street will have a sheet asphalt roadway on a 4-inch con- 
crete base, granite edgestone and artificial stone sidewalks. 
The work done this year consisted of setting the edgestone, 
building the artificial stone sidewalk and placing the concrete 
base. 

Temple street, from Spring street to Ivory street, is about 
lj091 feet in length. A contract for constructing the surface 



172 City Document No. 26. 

of this street was awarded to the Central Construction Company 
July 18, 1916. Work was begun August 16, 1916, suspended 
December 15, 1916, resumed April 23, 1917, and completed 
June 25, 1917. The edgestone was set, a part of the grading 
was done, and a part of the concrete base for asphalt pavement 
was laid last season. The work this year has consisted in 
completing the grading and concrete base for asphalt pavement, 
laying the sheet asphalt and constructing the artificial stone 
sidewalks. The sheet asphalt pavement and artificial stone 
sidewalks were laid under a five-year maintenance guaranty. 
All materials were furnished by the contractor this season. 

Theodore street, from Morton street about 618 feet easterly. 
A contract for consti;ucting the surface of this street was awarded 
to the Central Construction Company July 28, 1916. Work 
was begun November 11, 1916, and suspended December 15, 

1916. Work was resumed Jime 27, 1917, and completed 
September 6, 1917. It is a 40-foot street with a 26-foot asphalt 
roadway on a 4-inch concrete base, granite edgestone and 
a'rtificial stone sidewalks 7 feet in width. 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 
furnished by the contractor. The roadway and sidewalks 
were laid under a five-year maintenance guaranty. . 

Turner street, from Washington street to Faneuil street, is 
about 1,255 feet in length. A contract to construct this street 
was awarded to Coleman Brothers June 14, 1917. This is a 
40-foot street with sidewalks 7 feet in width. The contractor 
did the subgrading, set the edgestone, laid granite block -gut- 
ters, 2| feet in width, on a concrete base with grout joints, 
laid the asphalt pavement on a 4-inch Portland cement con- 
crete base, and furnished and laid the artificial stone driveways 
and sidewalks. The roadway and sidewalks are laid under 
a five-year maintenance guaranty. The city furnished the 
edgestone and granite blocks for brows; the other materials 
necessary to do the work were furnished by the contractor. 
The former surface of the street was gravel. 

Upland avenue, from Park street to Melville avenue, is about 
748 feet in length. A contract for constructing the surface of 
this street was awarded to the Central Construction Com- 
pany July 28, 1916. Work was begmi August 9, 1916, and 
suspended December 15, 1916. Work was resumed May 18, 

1917, and completed June 2, 1917. It is a 60-foot street 
with a 30-foot sheet asphalt roadway on a 4-inch Portland 
cement concrete base, granite edgestone and sidewalks 15 
feet in width, consistmg of a 5-foot artificial stone walk and a 
loam space. The straight edgestone and corners were fur- 
nished by the city and hauled by the contractor. The circular 
edgestone was furnished by the city on the fine of the work. 



Public Works Department. 173 

All other material was furnished by the contractor. The 
roadway and sidewalks were laid under a five-year maintenance 
guaranty. 

Vista street, from Augustus avenue to Malvern road, is 
about 399 feet in length. A contract for constructing the 
surface of this street was awarded to Martino DeMatteo 
October 14, 1916. Work was begun October 31, 1916, sus- 
pended December 1, 1916, resumed April 16, 1917, and com- 
pleted July 18, 1917. The work this year donsisted of con- 
structing the 6-iiich bituminous macadam roadway and artificial 
stone sidewalks. The artificial stone sidewalks were constructed 
part 7 feet in width and part 4| feet in width with seeded loam 
spaces. The artificial stone sidewalks were laid under a five- 
year maintenance guaranty. The bituminous binder (Ber- 
mudez road asphalt) was furnished and applied by the city. 
All other materials were furnished by the contractor. 

Waldo terrace, from Washington street to Henshaw street, 
is about 292 feet in length. A contract to construct the sur- 
face of this street was awarded to Coleman Brothers June 14, 
1917. Work was started July 14, 1917, and finished October 
16, 1917. The street is about 20 feet in width, vdih sidewalks 
3 feet in width for a portion of the street. Along city property 
the curbstone was set on the street fine and the sidewalk on 
that side was built on the adjoining city property outside 
the street line. The contractor did the grading, paved granite 
block gutters 1| feet wide on concrete base with grout joints, 
laid the asphalt pavement on a 4-inch Portland cement con- 
crete base, and furnished and laid the artificial stone sidewalks. 
The sidewalks, gutters and artificial stone sidewalks were 
laid under a five-year maintenance guaranty. The city fur- 
nished the edgestone, corners and granite blocks for brows 
and the contractor furnished all other materials necessary to 
do the work. The old surface of the street was gravel. 

Washington street, from Morton street to Asticou road, is 
about 510 feet in length. A contract for constructing this 
street was awarded to James Doherty August 30, 1916. Work 
was begun September 11, 1916, suspended December 15, 

1916, resumed May 14, 1917, and completed May 17, 1917. 
With the exception of the artificial stone sidewalks this street 
was constructed last season. The artificial stone sidewalk 
was laid under a five-year maintenance guaranty. The con- 
tractor furnished all the material. 

Wensley street, from Buckman street to Bickford street, is 
about 416 feet in length. A contract for constructing the 
surface of this street was awarded to Martino DeMatteo. 
Work was started May 9, 1917, and completed November 20, 

1917. It is a 40-foot street with an asphalt macadam road- 
way, granite edgestones, flagging crosswalks and 7-foot artificial 
stone sidewalks. The straight edgestone and corners were. 



174 City Document No. 26. 

furnished by the city and hauled by the contractor. The 
circular edgestone and asphalt road binder were furnished by 
the city on the Hne of the work. All other materials were fur- 
nished by the contractor. The artificial stone was laid under a 
five-year maintenance guaranty. 

Westwood street, from Richfield street to Wales place, is 
about 607 feet in length. A contract for constructing the 
surface of this street was awarded to the Central Construction 
Company October 9, 1916. Work was begun November 11, 
1916, and suspended December 14, 1916. Work was resumed 
April 28, 1917, and completed June 19, 1917. It is a 40-foot 
street with a 26-foot sheet asphalt roadway on a 4-inch Port- 
land cement concrete base, granite edgestone, flagging cross- 
walks and artificial stone sidewalks, 7 feet in width. The 
straight edgestone, 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. The road- 
way and sidewalks were laid under a five-year maintenance 
guaranty. 

Wordsworth street, from Horace street to Coleridge street, is 
about 662 feet in leng-th. A contract to construct the surface 
of this street was awarded to the Central Construction Com- 
pany October 9, 1916. Work was started Jmie 28, 1917, and 
completed August 11, 1917. It is a 50-foot street with side- 
walks 8 feet wide. The contractor did the grading, set the 
edgestone, paved the granite block gutters, 2| feet wide, on 
concrete base, with grout joints, laid the asphalt pavement on 
a 4-inch Portland cement concrete base and furnished and laid 
the artificial stone sidewalks. They also furnished and built 
a wooden fence at the line of the railroad property. The 
sidewalks, gutters and asphalt pavement are laid under a five- 
year maintenance guaranty. The city furnished the edgestone 
and granite blocks for brows and all the other materials neces- 
sary to do the work were furnished by the contractor. The 
original surface of the street was gravel. 

Wyoming street, from Humboldt avenue to Wabeno street, is 
about 200 feet in length. A contract for constructing the sur- 
face of this street was awarded to Martino DeAIatteo October 
14, 1916. Work was begun September 10, 1917, and completed 
October 4, 1917. It is a 40-foot street with an asphalt macadam 
roadway, granite edgestones and 7-foot artificial stone sidewalks. 
The straight edgestone was furnished by the city and hauled by 
the contractor. The circular edgestone and asphalt road 
binder were furnished by the city on the Hne of the work. 
All other materials were furnished by the contractor. The 
sidewalks were laid under a five-year maintenance guaranty. 

Artificial Stone Sidewalks. 

Adams street, from King square to Ashmont street, is about 
3,450 feet in length. A contract for constructing artificial stone 



Public Woeks Department. 175 

sidewalks, about 8 feet in width, on both sides of this street 
was awarded to D. M. Biggs & Co. July 19, 1917. Work was 
begun August 7, 1917, and completed October 31, 1917. The 
straight edgestone and corners were furnished by the city and 
hauled by the contractor. The circular edgestone and flagging 
were furnished by the city on the line of the work. All other 
materials were furnished by the contractor. The sidewalk was 
laid under a five-year maintenance gTiaranty. 

Adams street, from Richmond street to Codman street, is 
about 2,580 feet in length. A contract for constructing an 8- 
foot artificial stone sidewalk with granite edgestone and 3-foot 
granite block gutters on the west side of this street was awarded 
to Warren Brothers Company July 3, 1917. Work was begun 
September 6, 1917, and completed November 12, 1917. The 
straight edgestone, corners, paving blocks and flagging were 
furnished b}' the city and hauled by the contractor. The cir- 
cular edgestone was furnished by the city on the fine of 
the work. All other materials were furnished by the contrac- 
tor. The sidewalk was laid under a five-j^ear maintenance 
guaranty. 

Ainsley street, from Rosemont street about 61 feet southerly 
on the west side. A contract for constructing artificial stone 
sidewalks, 7 feet in width, on one side of this street was awarded 
to D. M. Biggs & Co. July 19, 1917. Work was begun Septem- 
ber 10, 1917, and completed September 13, 1917. All the 
materials were furnished by the contractor. The artificial stone 
was laid imder a five-year maintenance guaranty. 

Amory street, from Boylston street to Green street, is about 
2,432 feet in length. A contract for constructing artificial stone 
sidewalks in this street was awarded to the Warren Brothers 
Company August 16, 1917. Work was begun September 24, 
1917, and completed November 15, 1917. Edgestone was reset 
in part, new circular edgestone was set and granite block 
gutters were laid on parts of the street. Artificial stone side- 
walks were constructed on the east side from Boylston street to 
Green street and on the west side from Boylston street about 
520 feet southerly. The new circular edgestone was furnished 
by the city on the line of the work. The new paving blocks 
were furnished by the city and hauled by the contractor. All 
other materials were furnished by the contractor. The arti- 
ficial stone sidewalks were laid under a five-year maintenance 
guaranty. 

Atlantic avenue (easterly side), from Summer street to 370 
feet north of Congress street, is about 950 feet in length. A 
contract to construct artificial stone sidewalks on this street 
was awarded to John Landis & Co. October 17, 1917. Work 
was started November 5, 1917, and suspended December 7, 
1917. The contractor has reset the edgestone, relaid some 
paving and has furnished and laid a part of the artificial stone 
walks, which are 12 feet wide. He was compelled to shut 
down the work on account of the severity of the weather and 



176 City Document No. 26. 

the lateness of the season. The contract will be completed 
early in the spring. The sidewalk is laid under a five-year 
maintenance guaranty. 

Auckland street, from Belfort street about 51 feet south on 
the easterly side. A contract for constructing artificial stone 
' sidewalks, 7 feet in width, on one side of this street was awarded 
to D. M. Biggs & Co. July 19, 1917. Work was begun Novem- 
ber 16, 1917, and completed November 17, 1917. The straight 
edgestones and paving blocks were furnished by the city and 
hauled by the contractor. All other materials were furnished 
by the contractor. The artificial stone was laid under a 
five-year maintenance guaranty. 

Belfort street, from Dorchester avenue to Sagamore street, is 
about 552 feet in length. A contract for constructing artificial 
stone sidewalks, 7 feet in width, on both sides of this street was 
awarded to D. M. Biggs & Co. July 19, 1917. Work was 
begun November 7, 1917, and completed November 17, 1917. 
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. The artificial 
stone was laid under a five-year maintenance guaranty. 

Belvidere street, from Massachusetts avenue to Dalton street, 
is about 1,009 feet in length. A contract to construct the 
artificial stone sidewalks in this street was awarded to James 
Doherty August 19, 1916. The contractor did the excavating, 
reset the edgestone and furnished all material to do the work. 
The artificial stone sidewalks were laid under a five-year 
maintenance guaranty. 

Brookside avenue, from Boylston street to Green street, is 
about 2,041 feet in length. The contract for constructing 
artificial stone sidewalks in this street was awarded to Warren 
Brothers August 16, 1917. Work was begun November 6, 
1917, and suspended December 11, 1917. Work this year has 
consisted of setting a greater part of the edgestone, laying 
granite block gutters, excavating and placing cinders for 
artificial stone sidewalks. The straight edgestone and corners 
and second-hand granite blocks were furnished by the city 
and hauled by the contractor. The circular edgestone was 
furnished by the city on the fine of the work. All other 
materials were furnished by the contractor. 

Brown avenue, from Poplar street to Blakemore street, is 
about 2,311 feet in length. A contract for constructing artifi- 
cial stone sidewalks in this street was awarded to Charles J. 
Jacobs Company August 7, 1917. Work was begun August 15, 
1917, and suspended October 22, 1917. Edgestone was reset 
(a part on crushed stone and concrete foundation), granite 
block gutters were relaid, and artificial stone sidewalks of 
varying widths were constructed under a five-year maintenance 
guaranty. The edgestone was relocated between Allen and 
Rowe streets and several trees which interfered with the 



Public Works Department. 177 

proper construction of the sidewalks were removed. Straight 
edgestone and small corners were furnished by the city and 
hauled by the contractor. Circular edgestone was furnished 
by the city on the hne of the work. All other materials were 
furnished by the contractor. The street was practically 
completed this season. 

Corbet street, from Norfolk street to Morton street, is about 
1,147 feet in length. A contract to construct artificial stone 
sidewalks in this street was awarded to James Doherty. Work 
was begun September 14, 1916, and suspended October 19, 

1916. Work was resumed May 30, 1917, and completed 
June 7, 1917. It is a 40-foot street with 7-foot sidewalks. 
The contractor furnished all the materials to lay the artificial 
stone. The sidewalk was laid under a five-year maintenance 
guaranty. 

Dix street, from Adams street about 120 feet west on the 
northerly side. A contract for constmcting an artificial stone 
sidewalk, 7 feet in width, on one side of this street was awarded 
to D. M. Biggs & Co. July 19, 1917. Work was begun October 
1, 1917, and completed October 9, 1917. AU the materials 
for the work were furnished by the contractor and the side- 
walks were laid under a five-year maintenance guaranty. 

Dorchester avenue (west side), from Park street to Peabody 
square, is about 4,535 feet in length. A contract for construct- 
ing artificial stone sidewalk on the west side of this street was 
awarded to D. M. Biggs & Co. July 19, 1917. Work was 
begun September 17, 1917, and completed October 31, 1917. 
The straight edgestone, 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 hne of the work. 
All the other materials were furnished by the contractor. The 
artificial stone was laid under a five-year maintenance guaranty. 

Dorchester avenue, from Freeport street to Park street, is 
about 3,260 feet in length. A contract for constructing artifi- 
cial stone sidewalks, 10 feet in width, on both sides of this 
street was awarded to Warren Brothers Company July 3, 

1917. Work was begun July 28, 1917, and completed Septem- 
ber 7, 1917. The straight edgestone and corners 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. 
AU other materials were furnished by the contractor. The 
artificial stone sidewalk was laid mider a five-year maintenance 
guaranty. 

Dorchester avenue, at Nos. 1542, 1544, 1582 and 1588. A 
contract for constructing artificial stone sidewalks, 9 feet in 
width, was awarded to V. Grande November 23, 1916. Work 
was begun May 11, 1917, and completed May 28, 1917. The 
contractor furnished all material necessary to do the work. 
The artificial stone sidewalks were laid under a five-year 
maintenance guaranty. 

Edison green, in front of No. 6. A contract for construct- 



178 City Document No. 26. 

ing artificial stone sidewalks, 7 feet in width, in front of No. 6, 
was awarded to D. M. Biggs & Co. Work was completed 
November 16, 1917. All the materials were furnished by 
the contractor. The artificial stone was laid under a five-year 
maintenance guaranty. 

Florence street, from Ashland street to Poplar street, is 
about 708 feet in length. A contract for constructing artificial 
stone sidewalks in this street was awarded to James Doherty 
August 19, 1916. Work was begun June 29, 1917, and com- 
pleted July 13, 1917. The edgestone was reset in part and 
the new circular edgestone was set. The granite block gutters 
were relaid in part and artificial stone sidewalks, about 8 feet 
in width, were constructed under a five-year maintenance 
guaranty. The circular edgestone was furnished by the city 
on the line of the work. All the other materials were furnished 
by the contractor. 

Hanover street, from Court street to Commercial street, is 
about 3,309 feet in length. The contract for constructing 
artificial stone sidewalks in this street was awarded to V. 
Grande October 9, 1917. Work was begun October 16, 1917, 
and suspended December 14, 1917. A portion of the edgestone 
was reset and a small amount of granite block paving was 
relaid. Artificial stone sidewalks were constructed from Court 
street to Parmenter street and Richmond street, and from 
Prince street to about 240 feet east of Charter street on north- 
erly side and from Prince street to Battery street on the south- 
erly side, under a five-year maintenance guaranty. A small 
amount of straight and circular edgestone were furnished by 
the city on the line of the work. All the other materials were 
furnished by the contractor. Work will be resumed as early 
in the spring as weather conditions will permit. 

King street, from Neponset avenue to Adams street, is about 
1,376 feet in length. A contract for constructing artificial 
stone sidewalks, 7 feet in width, on both sides of the street was 
awarded to D. M. Biggs & Co July 19, 1917. Work was 
begun July 23, 1917, and completed September 7, 1917. The 
straight edgestone, 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 
the other materials were furnished by the contractor. The 
artificial stone was laid under a five-year maintenance guaranty. 

Lamartine street, from Boylston street to Green street, is 
about 2,350 feet in length. A contract for constructing artifi- 
cial stone sidewalks in this street was awarded to the Warren 
Brothers Company August 16, 1917. Work was begun 
September 15, 1917, and completed October 18, 1917. Straight 
edgestone was reset, new circular edgestone was set and artifi- 
cial stone sidewalks, from 6 to 8 feet in width, were constructed 
under a five-year maintenance guaranty. The circular edge- 
stone was furnished by the city on the line of the work. The 



Public Works Department. 179 

granite blocks were furnished by the city and hauled by the 
contractor. All the other materials were furnished by the 
contractor. 

Neponset avenue (west side), from Boutwell street to King 
street, is about 1,200 feet in length. A contract for construct- 
ing artificial stone sidewalks, 10 feet in width, on the west side 
of this street was awarded to D. M. Biggs & Co. July 19, 1917. 
Work was begun July 23, 1917, and completed September 21, 
1917. The straight edgestone, 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 the other materials were furnished by the contractor. 
The artificial stone was laid under a five-year maintenance 
guaranty. 

Norfolk avenue (west side), from Shirley street to Burrell 
street, is about 387 feet in length. A contract for constructing 
an artificial stone sidewalk on this street was awarded to V. 
Grande November 23, 1916. Work was started April 18, 
1917, and completed May 12, 1917. The contractor did the 
excavating, reset the edgestone, repaved the granite block 
gutter, laid the crosswalk and furnished all the materials and 
laid the artificial stone sidewalks under a five-year mainte- 
nance guaranty. The city furnished the necessary flagging at 
the South End paving yard. 

Park street (north side), from Adams street to Clayton 
street, is about 730 feet in length. A contract for constructing 
artificial stone sidewalks, 8 feet in width, on the north side of 
this street was awarded to D. M. Biggs & Co. July 19, 1917. 
Work was begim October 26, 1917, and completed November 10, 
1917. The straight edgestone, corners, paving blocks and 
flagging were furnished by the city and hauled by the con- 
tractor. The circular edgestone was furnished by the city on 
the Ime of the work. All the other materials were furnished 
by the contractor. The artificial stone was laid under a five- 
year maintenance guaranty. 

Paul Gore street (north side), from No. 12 to Chestnut avenue, 
is about 1,350 ,feet in length. A contract for constructing 
artificial stone sidewalks on this street was awarded to the 
Warren Brothers Company August 16, 1917. Work was begun 
October 18, 1917, and completed November 13, 1917. New 
granite edgestone was set and new granite block gutters were 
set from No. 12 about 900 feet easterly and edgestone was 
reset and gutter relaid from about 900 feet east of No. 12 to 
Chestnut avenue. Artificial stone sidewalk, 7 feet in width, 
was constructed under a five-year maintenance guaranty. 
The new straight edgestone and granite 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 
the. other materials were furnished by the contractor. 

Richmond street (north side), from Dorchester avenue to 



180 City Document No. 26. 

Adams street, is about 1,620 feet in length. A contract for 
constructing artificial stone sidewalks, 7 feet in width, on the 
north side of this street was awarded to Warren Brothers 
Company July 3, 1917. Work was begun August 27, 1917, 
and completed October 23, 1917. 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 the other materials were furnished by the 
contractor. The artificial stone was laid under a five-j^ear 
maintenance guaranty. 

Romsey street, from Dorchester avenue to Sydney street, is 
about 1,114 feet in length. A contract for constructing artifi- 
cial stone sidewalks, 7 feet in width, in this street w^as awarded 
to WiUiam J. Rafferty & Co. Work was begun October 1, 
1917, and completed October 19, 1917. The artificial stone 
sidewalks w^ere laid under a five-year maintenance guaranty. 
The contractor furnished all material necessary to do the work. 

Ridge street, from BrowTi avenue to Sycamore street, is about 
740 feet in length. The contract for constructmg artificial 
stone sidewalks in this street was awarded to Charles J. Jacobs 
August 7, 1917. Work was begun October 10, 1917, and sus- 
pended December 8, 1917. Edgestone was set, granite block 
gutters laid, and artificial stone sidewalks, 6 feet in wddth, were 
constructed on the north side except about 40 feet at Sycamore 
street. The straight edgestone, corners and second-hand 
granite blocks were furnished by the city and hauled by the 
contractor. The circular edgestone was furnished by the city 
on the line of the work. All the other materials were furnished 
by the contractor. This work will be completed in the spring 
as early as practicable. 

Rosemont street, from Adams street to Gustine street, is about 
385 feet in length. A contract for constructing artificial stone 
sidewalks, 7 feet in width, on both sides of the street was 
awarded to D. M. Biggs & Co. July 19, 1917. Work was begun 
August 2, 1917, and completed September 12, 1917. The 
corners were furnished by the city and hauled by the contractor. 
AU other materials w^ere furnished by the contractor. The 
artificial stone was laid under a five-year maintenance guaranty. 

St. Cecilia street, from Boylston street to Belvidere street, is 
about 450 feet in length. A contract to constiuct artificial 
stone sidewalks in this street was awarded to James Doherty 
August 19, 1916. Work was begun July 26, 1917, and completed 
August 24, 1917. The contractor did the excavating, set the 
new circular edgestone, reset the old edgestone, repaved the 
gutters, furnished the materials, and laid the artificial stone 
sidewalks under a five-year maintenance guaranty. The city 
furnished the new circular edgestone on the Line of the work. 

Scotia street, from St. Cecilia street to Dalton street, is about 
658 feet in length. A contract to construct the artificial stone 
sidewalks in this street was awarded to James Doherty August 



Public Works Department. 181 

19, 1916. Work was begun July 20, 1917, and completed 
October 24, 1917. The contractor did the excavating, set and 
reset some edgestone, repaved the gutters and furnished the 
materials and laid the artificial stone sidewalks and driveways 
under a five-year maintenance guaranty. The city furnished 
the new straight edgestone at the South End Paving Yard and 
the circle edgestone on the fine of the work. 

Seymour street, from Brown avenue to Canterbury street, is 
about 1,149 feet in length. A contract for constructing arti- 
ficial stone sidewalks on this street was awarded to the Charles 
J. Jacobs Company August 7, 1917. Work was started August 
8, 1917, and completed September 21, 1917. The edgestone 
was reset in part and the granite block gutters relaid in part. 
Artificial stone sidewalks, 7 feet in width, were constructed under 
a five-year maintenance guaranty. The contractor furnished 
all the materials. 

Sherwood street, from Ashland street to Florence street, is 
about 1,561 feet in length. The contract for constructing 
artificial stone sidewalks in this street was awarded to Charles 
J. Jacobs August 7, 1917. Work was begun August 30, 1917, 
and suspended October 18, 1917. Edgestone was set, granite 
block gutters laid, and artificial stone sidewalks, a part 5 feet 
and a part 6 feet in width, were constructed under a five-year 
maintenance guarant3^ The straight edgestone, corners and 
second-hand granite blocks were furnished by the city and 
hauled by the contractor. The circular edgestone was furnished 
by the city on the Line of the work. All the other materials 
were furnished by the contractor. The street was practically 
completed this year. 

Shirley street (south side), from CUfton street to Norfolk 
avenue, is about 619 feet in. length. A contract to construct 
the artificial stone sidewalks in this street was awarded to V. 
Grande November 23, 1916. Work was started April 27, 
1917, and completed May 14, 1917. The contractor did the 
excavating, set the circle stones, reset the old edgestone, laid 
the crosswalks, repaved the gutter, furnished the materials, 
and laid the artificial stone sidewalk under a five-year main- 
tenance guarant3^ The city furnished the circle edgestone on 
the fine of the work and the flagging at the South End Paving 
Yard. 

Stoughton street (southerly side), from 90 feet east of Columbia 
road to Stoughton place, is about 446 feet in length. A con- 
tract for constructing artificial stone sidewalks in this street 
was awarded to James Doherty August 16, 1916. Work was 
started July 21, 1917, and completed July 26, 1917. The con- 
tractor did the excavatmg, reset some edgestone, repaved some 
gutter, furnished the materials, and laid the artificial stone 
sidewalks under a five-year maintenance guaranty. 

Sycamore street, from Florence street to Ashland street, is 
about 1,263 feet m length. The contract for constructing 



182 City Document No. 26. 

artificial stone sidewalks in this street was awarded to Charles 
J. Jacobs August 7, 1917. Work was begun October 19, 1917, 
and suspended December 8, 1917. Edgestone was set, granite 
block gutters were laid, and artificial stone sidewalks, 7 feet in 
width, were practically all laid from Florence street to Prospect 
avenue under a five-year maintenance guaranty. The straight 
edgestone, comers and second-hand granite block gutters 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 the other materials were furnished by the contractor. 
Work will be resumed as early in the spring as practicable. 

Tower street, from Hyde Park avenue to Forest Hills Cemetery, 
is about 1,114 feet in length. A contract for constructing 
artificial stone sidewalks in this street was awarded to the 
Warren Brothers Company August 16, 1917. Work was begun 
September 13, 1917, and completed September 21, 1917. 
Granite edgestone was reset, granite block gutters were relaid, 
and artificial stone sidewalks, 7 feet in width, were constructed 
under a five-year maintenance guaranty where sidewalks had 
not been previously constructed. The contractor furnished 
all the materials. 

Walk Hill street (westerly side), from Hyde Park avenue to 
about 400 feet southerly. The contract for constructing arti- 
ficial stone sidewalks in this street was awarded to the Warren 
Brothers Company August 16, 1917. Work was begun August 
31, 1917, and completed September 10, 1917. A small amount 
of edgestone was reset, gutter relaid, and artificial stone side- 
walks, 8 feet in width, were constructed under a five-year main- 
tenance guaranty. 

West Selden street, from Crossman street to about 2,100 feet 
easterly. A contract for constructing artificial stone sidewalks, 
8 feet in width, on both sides of this street was awarded to 
Warren Brothers Company July 3, 1917. Work was begun 
July 9, 1917, and completed August 1, 1917. The comer stones 
were furnished by the city and hauled by the contractor. All 
other materials were furnished by the contractor. The arti- 
ficial stone was laid under a five-year maintenance guaranty. 



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Financial Statement, Paving Service. 
Maintenance. 



Appropriation 


$1,028,339 64 


Transfers 


43,181 72 


Expended during the year .... 


$1,071,521 36 


Special Appropriations. 




Granolithic sidewalks: 




Balance February 1, 1917 .... 


$34,653 31 


Appropriation (from taxes) .... 


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$134,653 31 




115,861 09 


Balance January 31, 1918 .... 


$18,792 22 


Reconstructing and repairing streets by contract : 


Balance February 1, 1917 


$329,862 94 


Appropriation (from taxes) .... 


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$829,862 94 


Transferred to other appropriations 


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$747,862 94 


Expended during the year .... 


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Balance January 31, 1918 .... 


$172,457 67 


Summary of Expenditures. 




Paving Semce 


$1,071,520 36 


Highways, making of 


482,643 56 


Belgrade avenue extension and Beech street 




widening 


1,373 25 


Chelsea street, Charlestown widening 


3,738 11 


Hyde Park avenue, widening .... 


4,486 46 


Norfolk street, Dorchester, widening 


9,689 11 


Charles street (now Caledonian avenue), from 




Spring street to Hamilton street . 


3,047 82 


Granohthic sidewalks 


115,861 09 


Reconstructing and repairing streets by con- 




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$2,267,765 03 



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Income. 

Statement showing the amount of bills deposited 
with the City Collector from February 1, 1917, to 
January 31, 1918, and credited to general revenue: 

Edgestone and sidewalk assessments . . $26,409 18 

Permits 21,922 00 

Services of inspector 4,698 00 

Labor, material fm'nished, junk sold, rents, 

etc 18,546 03 



$71,575 21 



Amount paid into city treasury during the year : 

Edgestone and sidewalk assessments . . $9,296 95 

Permits 20,511 94 

Services of inspectors 4,906 00 

Labor, material furnished, junk gold, rents, 

etc 8,753 66 

$43,468 55 



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Salary of division engineer (part of) 

Salary of chief engineer (part of) . 

Salaries of office clerks, stenographers 
messengers 

Salary of engineer in charge .... 

Salaries of assistant engineers (office work) . 

Salaries of engineers and inspectors on traffic 

Salaries of permit office clerks 

Pay granted to supervisor of permits, order 
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Salaries of permit office inspectors 

Salaries of inspectors on artificial stone side 
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Salaries of engineering inspectors (office work) 

Salaries of district inspectors .... 

Salaries of numbering clerks .... 

Salary of medical inspector (part of) 

Medical attendance on injured employee 

Salary of chief veterinarian (part of) 

Salary of inspector of horses .... 

Salary of constable 

Pensions paid to veterans of Civil War (retired) 

Pensions paid to retired laborers . 

Pay allowed injured employees 

Pay allowed employees on military service . 

Vacations allowed laborers and mechanics, etc. 

Holidays, not including holidays charged to 
street accounts 

Pay allowed Joseph H. Goodnow by Committee 
on Claims 

Pay allowed veterans for G. A. R. reunions 

Automobile expense, division engineer . 

Gasolene, grease, etc. . . . $247 74 

Repairs 449 13 

New tires and tubes . . . 291 60 

Repairing tubes and tires . . 113 27 

Supplies, etc 31 54 

Wages of chauffeur . . . 1,092 00 

Miscellaneous .... 10 00 

Automobile expense, engineer in charge 

Gasolene, grease, etc. . . . 440 50 

Repairs 185 78 

New tires and tubes . . . 236 24 

Repairing tires and tubes . . 17 04 

Supplies, etc 32 88 



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1,200 00 

1,503 77 

750 00 

11,426 89 

957 07 

9,575 14 

3,269 19 
15,858 78 

2,356 86 
4,670 74 



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1,396 

11,674 38 

30,375 38 

2,425 71 

790 22 

21,700 22 

57,560 07 

38 50 

132 00 

2,235 28 



2,024 99 



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$912 44 $187,507 96 



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Wages of chauffeur 

Miscellaneous 
Automobile expense, emergency c&r 

Gasolene, grease, etc. . 

New tubes and tires 

Repairing tires and tubes 

Supplies, etc. . 

Repairs . 

Miscellaneous 
Automobile expense, chief inspector 

Gasolene, grease, etc. . 

Repairs .... 

New tires and tubes 

Repairing tires and tubes 

Storage .... 

Wages of chauffeur 

Supplies .... 

Miscellaneous 



Automobile expense, foreman '. 
Ford auto (net) 
Gasolene, grease, etc. . 
Repairs .... 
New tires and tubes 
Repairing tires and tubes 
Supplies, etc. . 
Wages of chauffeur 
Miscellaneous 



AutomobUe expense, foreman Dorchester district. 
Gasolene, grease, etc. . . . 200 08 

Repairs 57 40 

New tires and tubes ... 89 38 

Repairing tires and tubes . . • 51 99 

Supplies, etc 8 92 

Miscellaneous .... 10 00 

Automobile, claim agent . 

Gasolene, grease, etc. . . . . 36 24 

Repairs 9 79 

New tires and tubes . . . 50 52 

Supplies, etc 3 00 

Miscellaneous .... 10 00 

Newspapers, magazines, etc. 

Printing .... 

Postage .... 

Stationery .... 

Directories .... 

Traveling expenses, car fares, etc. 



$912 44 

1,092 00 

20 55 

281 18 

307 97 

11 25 

18 82 
132 71 

10 00 

227 97 
433 50 
217 41 
47 73 
180 00 
1,092 00 

19 87 
10 00 



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278 70 

502 80 

38 84 

156 50 

89 37 

49 78 

915 50 

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761 93 



2,228 48 



2,041 49 



417 77 



109 55 



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2,884 79 

371 00 

706 62 

10 00 

770 58 



Carried forward $197,813 17 



Public Works Department. 



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Brought forward $197,813 17 

Engineering supplies and incidentals . . . 2,440 38 

Stationery $907 69 

Printing 408 43 

Postage 188 15 

Car fares 95 

Transit repairs .... 55 05 

Laboratory supplies and miscel- 
laneous charges .... 880 11 
Artificial stone sidewalks (see reconstructing and 

repaying streets by contract) .... 28 00 

Rebates allowed to contractors . $28 00 

Asphalt and bitulithic pavements 
repaired (see, also, reconstruct- 
ing and repaying streets by 

contract) 4,443 55 

Temporary repairs, labor, mate- 
rials, etc $2,046 51 

Amount paid to Warren Brothers 

Company, bitulithic repairs . 2,397 04 

Brick block repairs, labor, materials, etc. 
Wood block 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, wharves, etc. (net) .... 

Taxes (net) 

Wharfage 

Expense of stables, including drivers, 
feeders, fodder, horseshoeing, re- 
pairs to harnesses, wagons, carts, 

etc $138,076 03 

Amount earned by department 
teams 123,753 50 



2,279 94 


3,379 98 


424 66 


4,330 68 


2,134 50 


3,453 52 


2,200 75 


262 55 


30 00 



Electric hghting at yards and stables 
Gas lighting at yards and stables .... 
-Fuel for heating yard buildings, offices and stables, 
Electric appliances, labor and stock, yards and 

stables 

Street paver, 20 cubic feet capacity, with 12 

horse power boiler 
Rent of towels . 
Stoves, pipes, grates, etc. 
Telephone service 
Derricks, repairing, etc. . 



Carried forward $257,285 51 



14,322 53 


1,337 71 


205 92 


3,170 24 


67 25 


2,851 60 


142 80 


180 77 


1,728 31 


56 70 



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City Document No. 26. 



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Brought forward 

Oil for lighting around defects, etc. 

Furniture 

Asphalt plant, materials, labor, etc. 

Kinney heater and sprayer (300 gallons) 

Kinney tar kettle (125 gallons) 

Kinney tar kettle (100 gallons) 

Concrete mixer, rental of ... 

Ice 

Oatmeal 

Signs, making and putting up 

Labor at snow dumps .... 

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

Labor, helping Fuel Commission . 

Repairs at Traverse Street Subway- 
Expense of yards, including salaries of foremen, 
clerks, yardmen, watchman, tool wagons, 
etc ■ 

Repairs of yard buildings, stables, sheds, shanties, 
etc 

Sanding icy and slippery streets .... 

Repairing culverts and building new culverts 

Hoister engine, fuel and supplies .... 

Uniforms, etc 

Trimming and removing trees .... 

Ensigns 

Chests for Central Office, making of . . . 

Premium on surety bonds 

Freight and cartage 

Marking catch-basins 

Asphalt, oil, analysis and paving block testing 

Photographs 

Cleaning catch-basins 

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

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

Park and Recreation Department, war gardens, 
Frankhn Park 

Work done and materials furnished individuals, 
corporations, etc 

Stock, materials .... $66,683 45 

Stock, handhng and teaming . . 29,866 20 



$257,285 51 

928 27 

23 18 

1,239 39 

795 00 

350 00 

105 00 

423 27 

28 34 

70 60 

10,891 51 

1,054 06 

20,005 39 

315 24 

14 62 



39,284 97 



Less stock delivered on streets 



,549 65 
82,023 17 



4,700 22 


8,988 47 


106 03 


217 23 


45 00 


114 25 


79 90 


41 83 


21 00 


67 55 


405 43 


64 35 


72 50 


1,018 90 


2,000 82 


12 00 


4,050 25 


780 58 



14,526 48 



Carried forward 



$370,737 02 



Public Works Department. 



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Brought forward 

Steam rollers, cost of operating, re- 
pairing, etc $19,448 88 

Steam rollers, amount earned . . 18,839 00 



Less amount earned by concrete mixers 



Amount due highways, making of, 

for materials $146 00 

Amount due reconstructing and re- 
pairing streets, by contract . . 5 00 



$370,737 02 



609 88 

$370,737 02 
226 26 

$370,510 76 



151 00 



Total $370,359 76 

Street Work Done by Department Force and 
Charged to Maintenance Appropriation Shown 
IN Detail. Work on Other Streets Shown on 
Large Insert. 

Beacon street, from Newton line toward Cleveland circle. (Work 
started in 1916.) Concrete roadway built 6 inches deep. (Work 
done in 1917.) Length, 3,265.6 feet. Area, 9,069 square yards concrete 
roadway; 9,353 square yards tar macadam gutters laid 3 inches 
deep. (Entire area, 15,502 square yards concrete roadway 7 inches 
deep and 14,329 square yards tar macadam gutters laid 3 inches 
deep; 5,581 feet long.) 

Labor, excavating for edgestone 

Labor, resetting edgestone 

Labor, gutter excavating . 



Labor, street cleaning 

Labor, crushed stone walks 

Labor, excavating roadway 

Labor, spreading stone 

Labor, mixing concrete and placing 

Teaming .... 

Steam roller 

Crushed stone, 3,591 tons . 

Lime, hydrated, 43 tons 

Gravel, 815 cubic yards 

Cement, 3,381 barrels 

Tarvia, 21,000 gallons 

Lumber .... 

Concrete mixer, hire of 

Canvas covering, 846 pounds 

Flagging, 925 feet 

Hardware 

Fuel 

Wearing apparel . 

Hose 

Wire mesh, 9,333 square yards 



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$240 01 
130 04 
433 05 

104 65 
254 09 

2,465 11 

1,133 20 

3,614 15 

719 99 

857 25 

5,322 41 

540 50 

880 55 

7,270 73 

1,815 00 

124 00 

945 00 

105 75 
333 00 

78 30 

64 75 

7 56 

10 00 

1,866 67 



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* Total cost, $46,937.23. 



196 



City Document No. 26. 



Charles street, from Dorchester avenue to Geneva avenue. (Work done in 
1916.) 

Hire of concrete mixer $250 00 

Cement, 180 barrels 299 25 

Sand, 129 cubic yards 161 25 

Hardware 84 

* $711 34 



SPECIAL APPROPRIATIONS. 



Belgrade avenue extension and Beech street, widening. 
Engineering (Bridge Service) . . . . ! 

Engineering expense 

Photographs 



(Work not started.) 
,354 90 
1 55 
16 80 
$1,373 25 



Charles street (now Caledonian avenue), from Spring street to Hamilton 
street. (Work unfinished.) Length, 210 feet. Area, 933 square 
yards. Earth and rock excavation and grading. 

Engineering $186 58 

Inspection 463 72 

Engineering expense 17 52 

Amount paid to Frank Drinkwater, under 
contract : 
470 cubic yards earth excava- 
tion @ $1 . . . $470 00 
1,108 cubic yards rock excava- 
tion @ $2 . . . 2,216 00 

$2,686 00 
Less amoimt paid in 1916, 306 00 

2,380 00 

$3,047 82 



Chelsea street, Charlestown, widening. Chamber 


street to Foss street. 


(Work unfinished.) 




Engineering 


$94 56 


Engineering expense .... 






95 


Labor, edgestone excavating 






396 22 


Labor, edgestone setting . 






262 95 


Labor, carpenter .... 






376 00 


Labor, excavating crosswalks . 






95 32 


Labor, excavating roadway 






949 44 


Labor, relaying brick walks 






90 65 


Labor, on gravel walks 






103 60 


Labor, cleaning roadway . 






285 28 


Labor, sanding roadway . 






142 98 


Labor, rebuilding fences 






228 93 


Rebates allowed on artificial stone walks 






165 48 


Teaming 






234 00 


Lumber 






66 00 


Photographs 






12 00 


Sand 






3 30 


Gravel 






1 60 


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Public Works Department. 197 



Hyde Park avenue, widening. (Work not started.) 

Engineering 

Engineering expense 

Advertising 

Photographs 

Lumber 

Nails 

Cement 

Teaming 

Labor, grading and fiUing 

Amount paid to Soley & Blair, Inq., under 

contract : 
Moving building 



$418 31 


17 34 


8 70 


6 00 


16 40 


21 


3 26 


1,424 00 


1,572 24 


1,020 00 



1,486 46 



Norfolk street, Dorchester, widening, from Corbet street to Blue Hill 
avenue. Length, 3,663 linear feet. Area, 18,000 square yards. 
Earth and rock excavated and edgestone set. (Work vmfinished.) 

Engineering $2,256 45 

Inspection 329 31 

Engineering expense 14 85 

Advertising 5 40 

Edgestone, 2,250 feet 6 inches straight . . 1,620 30 

Lumber 7-33 

Photographs 11 00 

Labor, handling stock 29 83 

Labor, making templets 14 00 

Amount paid to Central Construction Com- 
pany, under contract: 
4,700 cubic yards earth excava- 
tion @ $1.19 . . . $5,593 00 
65 cubic yards rock excava- 
tion @ $8 . . . 520 00 
500 hnear feet straight edge- 
stone and corners hauled 
and laid @ 29e. . . 145 00 
200 linear feet circular edge- 
stone set @ 29c. . . 58 00 
• 130 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 29c. . 37 70 

$6,353 70 
Less 15 per cent retained, 953 06 

5,400 64 

$9,689 11 



GRANOLITHIC SIDEWALK CONSTRUCTION. 

Adams street (west side), from Codman street to Richmond street. Length, 

2,580 linear feet. Area, 17,131 square feet. Artificial stone sidewalks 
were constructed. 

Engineering $337 13 

Inspection 148 07 

Engineering expense 8 86 

Advertising 1 50 

Edgestone, 2,123 feet straight, 16 small 

corners and 283 feet 5| inches circular . 1,944 12 

Carried forward $2,439 68 



198 City Document No. 26. 

Brought forward $2,439 68 

Blocks, 32,900 second hand .... 658 00 

Labor, handling stock 3 26 

Paid for removing trees 100 00 

Amount paid to Warren Brothers Company, 
imder contract: 
2,050 hnear feet straight edge- 
stone hauled and set @ 

30c $615 00 

280 linear feet circular edge- 
stone set @ 23c. . . 64 40 
750 square yards granite block 
paving hauled and laid 
@. 85c. .... 637 50 
50 square yards existing 
granite block paving 
relaid @ 60c. . . 30 00 
16,000 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks furnished 
and laid @ 18c. . . 2,880 00 
500 square feet artificial stone 
driveways furnished 
and laid @ 22c. . . 110 00 



$4,336 90 
Less 15 per cent retained, 650 54 



3,686 36 
$6,887 30 



$660 20 

160 84 

12 65 

1 04 


2,020 52 

7 00 

8 00 



Adams street, from King square to Ashmont street. Length, 3,450 Unear 
feet. ^\rea, 42,703 square feet. Artificial stone sidewalks and 
driveways were constructed. 
Engineering . . . . . 

Inspection 

Engineering expense 

Advertising 

Edgestone, 2,551 feet 4 inches straight, 10 
small corners, 1 large corner and 114 feet 

4 inches circular 

Labor, stonecutter 

Teaming 

Amount paid to D. M. Biggs & Co., vmder 
contract : 
1,904 hnear feet straight edge- 
stone and corners 
hauled and set @, 30c., $571 20 

174 linear feet circular edge- 
stone set @ 29c. . 50 46 
3,410 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 18c. . 613 80 
220 linear feet crushed stone 
and concrete founda- 
tion furnished and 
placed @ 35c. . . 77 00 
1,883 square yards existing 
granite block paving 
relaid, gravel joints, @ 
50c 941 50 



Carried forward . . . $2,253 96 $2,870 25 



Public Works Department, 199 

Brought forward .._ . $2,253 96 $2,870 25 
10 square yards existing 
flagging crosswalks re- 
laid, gravel joints, @ 

90c 9 00 

41,740 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks furnished 
and laid @ 18c. . . 7,513 20 

963 square feet artificial stone 
driveways furnished 
and laid @ 18c. . . 173 34 

$9,949 50 
Less 15 per cent retained, 1,492 42 

8.457 08 

— $11,327 33 

* Ainsley street, from Rosemont street southerly. Artificial stone side- 
walks constructed. 

Amount paid to D. M. Biggs & Co., under contract: 
21 linear feet existing edgestone reset @ 

18c $3 78 

2 square yards existing granite block 

paving relaid, gravel joints, @ 50c. . 1 00 

382 square feet artificial stone sidewalks 

relaid @ 18c 68 76 

$73 54 
Less 15 per cent retained .... 11 03 

$62 51 

Amherst street, from Belgrade avenue to Penfield street. (Work not 
started.) 

Engineering $16 50 

Advertising 92 

$17 42 

Amory street, from Boylston street to Green street. Length, 2,432 linear 
feet. Area, 16,833 square feet. Artificial edgestone reset, artificial 
stone sidewalks and artificial stone driveways constructed. 

Engineering $215 76 

Inspection 46 30 

Engineering expense 3 85 

Advertising 1 00 

Blocks, 28,850 second-hand .... 577 00 

Edgestone, 46 feet 4 inches circular . . 58 38 

$902 29 
Credit: Bricks 19 60 

. _ $882 69 

Amount paid to Warren Brothers Company, 
under contract: 
1,900 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 21c. . $399 00 

Carried forward . . . $399 00 $882 69 

* Done in connection with Adams, Belfort, etc., streets. 



200 City Document No. 26. 

$882 69 



Brought forward 

600 square yards granite 
block paving hauled 
and laid @ 90c. . 


$399 00 
540 00 


15,200 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks furnished and 
laid @ 20c. . 


3,040 00 


500 square feet artificial stone 
driveways furnished 
and laid' @ 24c. . 


120 00 


Less 15 per cent retained, 


$4,099 00 
614 85 



3,484 15 

$4 ,366 8 4 

As-pen street, from Copeland street to Montrose street. Repaired artificial 
stone sidewalks. 
Amount paid to William J. Rafferty Company: 
1,496 square feet artificial stone sidewalks relaid @ 25c., $374 00 

Auckland street, from Belfort street about 51 feet southerly. Length, 51 
linear feet. Area, 328 square feet. Edgestone reset, gutters repaved 
and artificial stone sidewalks constructed. 
Amount paid to D. M. Biggs & Co., under contract: 
52 linear feet straight edgestone hauled and set 

@ 30c $15 60 

23 square yards granite block paving hauled 

and laid, gravel joints, @ $1 . . . 23 00 
328 square feet artificial stone sidewalks fur- 
nished and laid @ 18c 59 04 



$97 64 
Less 15 per cent retained .... 14 65 



$82 99 



Beech street, from West Roxbury Parkway to Hobson street. (Work not 
started.) 

Engineering $166 12 

Engineering expense 2 10 

Advertising 92 



$169 14 



Belfort street, from Dorchester avenue to Sagamore street. Length, 552 
linear feet. Area, 6,412 square feet. Artificial stone sidewalks and 
driveways were constructed. 

Engineering $40 89 

Inspection 43 34 

Advertising 1 04 

Engineering expense 1 30 

Labor, handling stock 2 03 

Edgestone, 135 feet 2 inches straight and 28 

feet 3 inches circular 132 92 

Blocks, 6,700 134 00 

$355 52 
Credit: Bricks 45 00 

Carried forward $310 52 



Public Works Department. 201 

Brought forward $310 52 

Amount paid to D. M. Biggs & Co., under 

contract : 
80 linear feet straight edgestone 
and corners hauled and 

set ® 30c $24 GO 

29 linear feet circular edgestone 

set @ 29c 8 41 

477 linear feet existing edgestone 

reset @ 18c. ... 85 86 

192 square yards granite block 
paving hauled and laid, 
gravel joints, @ $1 . . 192 00 

98 square yards existing granite 
block paving relaid, gravel 
joints, @ 50c. . . . 49 00 

5 square yards existing brick 

sidewalks relaid @ 50c. . 2 50 

6,412 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks furnished and 
laid @ 18c. . . . 1,154 16 

$1,515 93 
Less 15 per cent retained . 227 39 

1,288 54 

$1,599 06 

Belvidere street, from Massachusetts avenue to Dalton street. Length, 790 
linear feet. Area, 6,687 square feet. Artificial stone sidewalks 
constructed. 

Engineering $76 93 

Inspection 25 01 

Engineering expense 1 60 

$103 54 
Credit: Bricks 70 00 

$33 54 

Amount paid to James Doherty, under con- 
tract : 
860 linear feet existing edgestone 

reset @ 15c. . . . $129 00 

6,683 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks furnished and 
laid @ 16ic. . . . 1,085 99 

1,214 99 

$1,248 53 

Birch street, from Penfield street to Corinth street. (Work not started.) 

Engineering $7 50 

Advertising 91 

Labor, handling stock 40 

$8 81 

Bourne street (north side), from Walk Hill street to Patten street. (Work 
done in 1915.) 

Engineering $16 00 



202 City Document No. 26. 

Brooks street, from Faneuil street to Hobart street. (Work not started.) 

Engineering $40 50 

Engineering expense 50 

Advertising 1 32 



$42 32 

Brookside avenue, from Boylston street to Green street. Length, 2,041 
linear feet. Area, 400 square yards. Edgestone set and gutters 
repaved. (Work unfinished.) 

Engineering $87 07 

Inspection 128 73 

Engineering expense 4 00 

Advertising 1 00 

Labor, handling stock 34 26 

Blocks 294 00 

Edgestone, 2,193 feet straight and 28 small 

corners 1,681 34 

Amount paid to Warren Brothers Company, 

under contract: 
1,650 linear feet straight edge- 
stone and corners hauled 
and set @ 35c. . . $577 50 

150 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 21c. . 31 50 
350 square yards granite block 
paving hauled and laid 
@ 90c 315 00 

$924 00 
Less 15 per cent retained, 138 60 

785 40 

$3,015 80 

Brown avenue, from Poplar street to Blakemore street. Length, 2,361 
linear feet. Area, 22,000 square feet. Edgestone was set, gutters 
paved and artificial stone sidewalks were constructed. 

Engineering $527 49 

Inspection 154 39 

Engineering expense 10 15 

Advertising 91 

Lumber 6 44 

Nails ........ 18 

Edgestone, 145 feet straight, 88 feet circular 

and 12 small corners 263 43 

Labor, back board ...... 8 00 

Teaming 12 00 

Amount paid to Charles J. Jacobs Company, 
under contract: 

Removing trees, bushes, 

etc $100 00 

4 cubic yards rock excava- 
tion (5), $10 . . . 40 00 
80 linear feet circular edge- 
stone set @ 20c. . 16 00 
2,125 linear feet existing edge- 

_ stone reset @ 18c. . 382 50 

540 linear feet concrete foun- 
dation fm-nished and 
laid @ 20c. ... 108 00 

Carried forward . . . $646 50 $982 99 



Public Works Department. 203 



Brought forward . . . $646 50 $982 99 

700 square yards existing 
granite block paving 
relaid @ 50c. . . 350 00 

22,000 square feet artificial stone • 

sidewalks furnished 
and laid @ 18c. . . 3,960 00 

Extra work — Remove 

24 trees and stumps : 
Removing trees and 

stumps .... 990 00 



$5,946 50 
Less 15 per cent retained, 891 98 



5,054 53 
$6,037 52 



Central avenue (westerly side), from Webster street to Lincoln street. 
(Work not started.) 



Engineering $21 00 

Engineering expense 99 



$21 99 



Cleveland place, from Margaret street to Snow Hill street. (Work not 
started.) 

Engineering $21 52 

Engineering expense 5 • 

Advertising 2 35 

$23 92 



Corbet street, from Norfolk street to Morton street. Length, 1,155 linear 
feet. Area, 12,410 square feet. Artificial stone sidewalks were con- 
structed. 

Engineering $25 38 

Inspection 27 12 

Engineering expense 70 

Amount paid James Doherty, under contract : 
Removing trees, bushes, 

stumps, etc. . . $1 00 

28 cubic yards water box ex- 
cavation @ $1 . . 28 00 
60 square yards existing 
granite block paving 
relaid, gravel joints, @ 
40c. ... . 24 00 
12,287 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks furnished 
and laid @, 16|c. . 1,996 64 
123 square feet artificial stone 
driveways furnished 
and laid @ 18c. . . 22 14 
Extra work — Remove 
existing edgestone and 
construct driveways at 
Nos. 76 and 84: 
5 hours, foreman, @ 62§c., 3 13 
5 hours, stonecutter, @ 

624c 3 13 



Carried forward . . . $2,078 04 $53 20 



204 City Document No. 26. 



Brought forward 


$2,078 04 


$53 20 


5 hours, paver, @ 62|c. 


3 13 




26 hours' labor @ 30c. 


7 80 




Plus 15 per cent on $17.19 


2 58 




4 hoiu-s, double team, @ 






75c 


3 00 








2,094 55 



M47 75 



Dix street, from Adams street 120 feet westerly. Length, 120 linear feet. 
Area, 789 square feet. Artificial stone sidewalks were constructed. 



Amount paid to D. M. Biggs & 


Co., under 


contract : 




120 linear feet existing edge- 




stone reset @ 18c. . 


$21 60 


42 square yards existing gran- 




ite block pa^^ng relaid, 




gravel joints, @ 50c. 


21 00 


789 square feet artificial stone 




sidewalks furnished and 




laid @ 18c. 


142 02 


72 square feet artificial stone 




drivewavs furnished and 




laid @ 18c. 


12 96 




$197 58 


Less 15 per cent retained . 


29 64 



$167 94 

$167 94 



Dorchester avenue, from Park street to Peabody square. Length, 4.535 
linear feet. Area, 26,783 square feet. Artificial stone driveways 
and sidewalks were constructed. 

Engineering $189 27 

Lispection 107 71 

Engineering expense 4 90 

Advertising 1 03 

Edgestone 26 37 

$329 28 
Credit: Blocks .... $6 00 

Bricks .... 49 00 

55 00 

$274 28 
Amount paid to D. M. Biggs & Co., imder 
contract : 
29 linear feet circular edge- 
stone set @ 29c. . . $8 41 
3,177 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 18c. . 571 86 
1,144 square yards existing 
granite block pacing re- 
laid, gravel joints, @ 
50c. .... 572 00 
28 square yards existing 
flagging crosswalks re- 
laid, gravel joints, @ 
90c 25 20 

Carried forward . . . $1,177 47 $274 28 



Public Works Department. 205 

$274 28 



Brought forward 


$1,177 47 


25,877 square feet artificial 




stone sidewalks fur- 




nished and laid @ 18c., 


4,657 86 


996 square feet artificial stone 




driveways @ 18c. 


179 28 




$6,014 61 


Less 15 per cent retained, 


902 19 



5,112 42 

$5,386 70 

Dorchester avenue (east side), at number, 1542, 1544, and 1582 to 1588. 
Length, 227 linear feet. Area, 1,613 square feet. Edgestone was 
reset; gutters repaved and artificial stone sidewalks constructed. 

Engineering $3 58 

Inspection 18 17 

Engineering expense ... 1 95 

Amount paid to V. Grande under contract. 
242 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 25c. . $60 50 
46 square yards existing 
granite block paving re- 
laid, gravel joints, @ 
$1 . . . . . 46 00 
3 1 square yards existing 
flagging crosswalks re- 
laid, gravel joints, @ 
75c. ... . 2 63 
1,515 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks furnished and 
laid @ 24c. . . . 363 60 
177 square feet artificial stone 
driveways fiirnished and 
laid @ 2oc. ... 44 25 

516 98 

$540 68 

Dorchester avenue, from Freeport street to Park street. Length, 1,600 
linear feet. Area, 41,927 square feet. Edgestone reset, gutters 
repaved and artificial stone sidewalks constructed. 

Engineering $354 58 

Inspection 152 20 

Engineering expense 6 30 

Advertising 1 50 

Labor, handling stock 67 50 

Edgestone 65 62 

Lumber 65 

Teaming 8 00 

Removing trees 300 GO 

$956 35 
Credit: Bricks 324 50 



$631 85 
Amount paid to Warren Brothers Company, 
under contract: 
11 linear feet circular edge- 
stone set @ 23c. . . $2 53 



Carried forward ... $2 53 $631 85 



206 City Document No. 26. 

Brought forward . . ■ . $2 53 $631 85 

4,585 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 19c. . 871 15 

1,252 square yards existing 
granite block paving 
relaid @ 60c. . . 751 20 

41,927 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks furnished 
and laid @ 18c. . 7,546 86 

1,677 square feet artificial stone 
driveways furnished 
and laid @ 22c. . . 368 94 



$9,540 68 
Less 15 per cent retained, 1,431 10 



8,109 58 

$8,741 43 



Dorchester avenue (easterly side), near Richmond street. Length, 200 
linear feet. Area, 1,623 square feet. Edgestone reset, gutters 
repaved and artificial stone sidewalks constructed. 
Amount paid to D . M. Biggs & Co., under con- 
tract : 

Removing trees, bushes, 

etc $5 00 

17 linear feet straight edge- 

stone and corners hauled 
and set @ 50c. . . 8 50 

110 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 15c. . 16 50 

18 square yards existing gran- 

ite block paving relaid, 
gravel joints, @ 50c. . 9 00 

1,623 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks furnished and 
laid @ 18c. . . . 292 14 

100 square feet artificial stone 
driveway^s furnished and 
laid @ 18c. ... 18 00 

Extra work — remove 
existing driveway be- 
tween St. Gregory's 
Parochial School and 
Richmond street and 
cut bottom of edgestone 
to fit over ledge: 
32 hours' labor @ 35c. . 
11§ hours, stonecutter, @ 60c., 
Plus 15 per cent on $18.10, 



Less amount paid in 1916 



11 20 
6 90 

2 72 


$369 96 
287 46 





$82 50 



Dover street (north side), from Tremont street 58 feet easterly. Length, 
72 linear feet. Area, 659 square feet. Artificial stone sidewalks 
were constructed, 

Engineering expense $0 30 

Amount paid to V. Grande, under contract: 
72 hnear feet existing edgestone 

reset @ 25c. . . . $18 00 

Carried forward ... $18 00 $0 30 



Public Works Department. 207 

$0 30 



Brought forward 


$18 00 


16 square yards granite block 




paving relaid @ $1 . 


16 00 


4 square yards brick sidewalks 




relaid @, 60c. . 


2 40 


659 square feet artificial stone 




sidewalks furnished and 




laid @ 24c. 


158 16 


Extra work — Haul side- 




walks to Columbia road: 




3 days, double team, @ $6 . 


18 00 




$212 56 


Less amount paid in 1916 . 


165 38 



$47 18 



Edison green, at No. 6. Artificial stone sidewalks and drive- 
ways were constructed: 

Engineering $2 80 

Amount paid to D. M. Biggs & 
Co., under contract. 
44 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 18c. . . $7 92 
15 square yards existing gran- 
ite block paving relaid @ 

50c 7 50 

287 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks furnished and 
laid, @ 18c. ... 51 66 



$47 48 



$67 08 
Less 15 per cent retained, 10 06 



57 02 



$59 82 



Evergreen street, from South Huntington avenue to Day street. (Work not 
started.) 

Engineering $7 00 

Advertising 1 00 



$8 00 



Fairbanks street, from Faneuil street to Washington street. (Work not 
started.) 

Engineering $57 04 

Engineering expense 90 

Advertising 1 32 

$59 26 



Florence street, from Ashland street to Poplar street. Length, 717 linear 

feet. Area, 9,384 square feet. Artificial stone sidewalks were con- 
structed. 

Engineering $61 95 

Inspection 24 85 

Engineering expense 2 45 

Edgestone, 51 feet 7 inches circular and 2 

small corners 68 59 



Carried forward $157 84 



208 City Document No. 26. 

Brought fonvard $157 84 

Amount paid to James Doherty, under con* 
tract : 

52 linear feet circular edge- 
stone set @ 16c. . . $8 32 ■ 
305 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 15c. . 45 75 
90 square yards existing gran- 
ite block paving relaid, 
gravel joints, @ 40c. . 36 00 
8,897 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks furnished and 
laid @ lejc. . . . 1,445 76 
487 square feet artificial stone 
driveways furnished and 
laid @ 18c. ... 87 66 
Extra work — Remove 
edgestone and con- 
struct driveways as 
directed: 
6 hours, paver, @ 62^c. . 3 75 
6 hours, stonecutter, @62|c., 3 75 
24 hours' labor @ 30c. . . 7 20 
Plus 15 per cent on $14.70, 2 21 
Extra work — Remove 
tree shown on plan as 
not to be removed: 
Removing tree ... 85 00 

1,725 40 

11,883 24 

Gladstone street, from Walley street to Upland street. (Work not started.) 
Engineering $0 10 

Hanover street, from Court street to Commercial street. Length, 3,309 
linear feet. Area, 25,000 square feet. Edgestone reset, gutters 
repaved and artificial stone sidewalks constructed. (Work unfinished.) 

Engineering $177 19 

Inspection 201 53 

Engineering expense 1 95 

Advertising 2 35 

Labor, handling stock 27 

Edgestone, 19 feet straight, 18^ feet circular 

and 1 large corner 43 75 

Teaming 3 00 

Amount paid to V. Grande, under contract: 
30 cubic yards water box 

excavation @$5 . . $150 00 

18 linear feet circular edge- 
stone set @ 50c. . . 9 00 
1,340 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 35c. . 469 00 
150 square yards concrete 
base fiu-nished and 
laid @ $1.25 . . 187 50 
200 square yards existing 
granite block paving 
relaid, pitch joints 
(unfinished), @ 50c. . 100 00 

Carried forward . . . $915 50 $430 04 



Public Works Department. 209 



Brought forward 
25,000 square feet artificial 
stone sidewalks fur- 
nished and laid @ 18c., 
290 square feet artificial 
stone driveway fur- 
nished and laid @ 35c., 



Less 15 per cent retained, 



$915 50 


$430 04 




4,500 00 






101 50 


4,689 45 




$5,517 00 
827 55 






$5,119 49 







Helton street, from Everett street to FrankUn street. (Work not started.) 

$14 34 



Engineering $13 02 

Advertising 1 32 



Humboldt avenue (east side), from Seaver street 87 feet northerly. (Work 
not started.) 
Advertising $0 86 

Hyde Park avenue, from Tower street to Walk Hill street. Length, 300 
linear feet. Area, 14,590 square feet. Edgestone reset, gutters 
repaved and artificial stone sidewalks constructed. 

Engineering $99 21 

Inspection 44 14 

Engineering expenses 2 70 

Advertising 1 00 

Blocks 64 00 

Edgestone 205 92 

Amount paid to Warren Brothers Company, 
under contract: 

8 cubic yards water box 

excavation @ $2 . $16 00 

250 linear feet straight edge- 
stone and corners 
hauled and set @ 35c., 87 50 

760 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 21c. . 159 60 
85 square yards granite 
block paving hauled 
and laid @ 90c. . . 76 50 
246 square yards existing 
granite block paving 
relaid @ 75c. . . 184 60 
14,590 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks f u r n i s h e d 
and laid @ 20c. . . 2,918 00 
6 covers reset @ $3 . . 18 00 

$3,460 10 
Less 15 per cent retained, 519 01 

— ; 2,941 09 

$3,358 06 



King street, from Neponset avenue to Adams street. Length, 1,376 linear 
feet. Area, 5,736 square feet. Edgestone set, gutters repaved and 
artificial stone sidewalks constructed. 



210 



City Document No. 26. 



Engineering 

Inspection 

Engineering expense 

Advertising 

Edgestone, 935 feet straight, 37 feet 6 inches 

circular and 3 small corners .... 

Block, 9,400 S. H. granite .... 

Amount paid to D. M. Biggs & Co., under 

contract : 

916 linear feet straight edge- 
stone and corners hauled 
and set @ 30c. . . $274 80 

20 linear feet circular edge- 
stone set @ 29c. . . 5 80 
42 linea,r feet existing edge- 

> stone reset @ 18c. . 7 56 

500 linear feet crushed stone 
and concrete foundation 
furnished and placed @ 

35c 175 00 

325 square yards granite block 
paving haiiled and laid, 
gravel joints, @ $1 .' 325 00 

5,616 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks furnished and 
laid @ 18c. . . 1,010 70 

120 square feet artificial stone 
driveways furnished and 
laid ® 18c. ... 21 60 



$128 


67 


94 69 


2 


05 


1 


03 


730 


10 


188 


00 



Less 15 per cent retained. 



$1,820 46 
273 07 



1,547 39 



^691 93 



Lamartine street, from Boylston street to Green street. Length, 2,350 
linear feet. Area, 21,053 square feet. Edgestone was reset, granite 
block gutters laid and artificial stone sidewalks laid where none had 
previously been constructed. 



Engineering 


$302 03 


Inspection 


113 02 


Engineering expense 


6 70 


Advertising 


1 00 


Blocks: 39,650 old granite 


793 00 


Edgestone, 94 feet 8 inches circular and 1^ 


1 


feet straight 


129 36 




$1,345 11 


Credit: Bricks ^^ 


17 50 



Amount paid to Warren Brothers Company, 
under contract: 

89 linear feet circular edge- 
stone set @ 30c. . . $26 70 
3,245 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 21c. . 181 45 
1,150 square yards granite 
block paving hauled 
and laid @ 90c. . 



Carried Jorioard 



1,035 00 
;i,243 15 



1,327 61 



,327 61 



Public Works Department. 211 

Brought forward . . . $1,243 15 $1,327 61 
60 square yards existing 
granite block paving 
relaid @ 75c. . . 45 00 

20,500 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks furnished and 
laid @ 20c. . . . 4,100 00 

450 square feet artificial stone 
driveways furnished 
and laid @ 24c. . . 108 00 



$5,996 15 
Less 15 per cent retained, 899 42 



5,096 73 
$6,424 34 



Mapleton street, from Murdock street to Market street. (Work not 
started.) 

Engineering $12 00 

Advertising 1 32 

$13 32 



Market street, easterly side, from Mattapan street to Sparhawk street. 

Engineering $17 50 

Engineering expense ....... 40 

Advertising 1 32 

$19 22 

Massachusetts avenue (east side), from Norway street 67 feet northerly. 
Length, 70 linear feet. Area, 1,016 square feet. Artificial stone 
sidewalks were constructed. (Work done in 1916.) 
Amount paid to V. Grande, under contract: 
1,016 square feet artificial stone sidewalks 

furnished and laid @ 24c. . . $243 84 

Less amount paid in 1916 . . . 207 26 

$36 58 

Morton street (south side), from Washington street to Forest Hills avenue. 
(Work not started.) 

Engineering $95 00 

Engineering expense 1 80 

Advertising 86 

$97 66 

Neponset avenue, from King street to Boutwell street. Length, 1,200 linear 

feet. Area, 9,460 square feet. Edgestone reset, gutters repaved and 
artificial stone sidewalks constructed. 

Engineering $96 77 

Inspection 65 63 

Engineering expense 3 20 

Advertising , . . 1 03 

Edgestone 12 57 

Teaming 4 00 

$183 20 
Credit: Blocks 40 00 

Carried forward $143 20 



212 City Document No. 26. 

Brought jorward $143 20 

Amount paid to D. M. Biggs & Co., under 

contract : 

978 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 18c. . $176 04 

343 square yards existing gran- 
ite block paving relaid, 
gravel joints, @ 50c. . 171 50 

8,914 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks furnished and 
laid @ 18c. . . . 1,604 52 

546 square feet artificial stone 
driveways furnished and 
laid @ 18c. ... 98 28 

Extra work — Removing 

two trees ... 50 00 



$2,100 34 
Less 15 per cent retained, 315 05 



1,785 29 
$1,928 49 



Norfolk avenue (west side), from Shirley street to Burrell street. Length, 
387 linear feet. Area, 2,550 square feet. Edgestone set, gutters 
repaved and artificial stone sidewalks constructed. 
Engineering . . . . . . . . $46 55 

Inspection 35 32 

Engineering expense 5 18 

Edgestone 12 30 

Amount paid to V. Grande, under contract : 
Removing trees, etc. . . . $50 00 

440 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 25c. . 110 00 
146 square yards granite block 

paving relaid @ $1 _ . 146 00 

5 square yards flagging 
crosswalks hauled and 
laid, gravel joints, @ $1, 5 00 

1 square yard existing flag- 

ging crosswalk relaid, 
gravel joints, @ 75c. . 75 

2,550 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks furnished and 
laid @ 24c. ... 612 00 

2 covers reset @ $3 . . 6 00 

929 75 

$1,029 10 

Norway street (north side), from Massachusetts avenue to 113 feet easterly. 
Length, 113 feet. Area, 662 square feet. Artificial stone sidewalks 
were constructed. (Work done in 1916.) 
Amount paid to V. Grande, under contract: 

2 cubic yards water box excavation @ $2 . $4 00 
662 square feet artificial stone sidewalks fur- 
nished and laid @ 24c 158 88 ' • 

1 cover reset @ $3 3 00 



Less amount paid in 1916 .... 135 05 

$30 83 



Public Woeks Department. 213 

Park street (northerly side) , from Clayton street to Adams street. Artificial 
stone sidewalks and driveways were constructed. 

Engineering $65 33 

Inspection , . . 13 51 

Engineering expense 1 20 

Advertising 85 

Blocks, 10,100 old 202 00 

Edgestone 21 52 

Amoimt paid to D. M. Biggs & Co., under 
contract : 

28 linear feet straight edge- 
stone hauled and set @ 

30c $8 40 

9 linear feet circular edge- 
stone set @ 29c. . . 2 61 
703 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 18c. . 126 54 
276 square yards granite block 
paving hauled and laid, 
gravel joints, @ $1 . 276 00 
21 square yards existing gran- 
ite block paving relaid, 
gravel joints, @ 50c. . 10 50 
5 square yards existing flag- 
ging crosswalks relaid, 
gravel joints, @ 90c. . 4 50 
4,914 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks furnished and 
laid @ 18c. . . . 884 52 
169 square feet artificial stone 
driveways furnished and 
laid @ 18c. ... 30 42 

$1,343 49 
Less 15 per cent retained . 201 52 

1,141 97 

$1,446 38 

Paul Gore street (north side), from No. 12 to Chestnut avenue. Length, 
1,350 linear feet. Area, 8,000 square feet. Edgestone set, gutters 
repaved and artificial stone sidewalks constructed. (Work imfinished.) 

Engineering $111 73 

Inspection 71 34 

Engineering expense 2 85 

Advertising 1 00 

Labor, handling stock 12 81 

Edgestone, 841 feet straight, 47 feet circular 

and 4 small corners 679 54 

Blocks, 15,050 second-hand .... 301 00 

$1,180 27 
Credit: Bricks ....... 41 30 



Amoimt paid to Warren Brothers Company, 
imder contract : 
800 hnear feet straight edge- 
stone and corners hauled 
and set (^ 35c. . . $280 00 



$1,138 97 



Carried forward . . . $280 00 $1,138 97 



$2,341 70 
351 26 


1,990 44 
$3^129 41 





214 City Document No. 26. 

Brought forward . . . $280 00 $1,138 97 

46 linear feet circular edge- 
stone set @ 30c. . . 13 80 

440 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 21c. . 92 40 

270 square yards granite block 
paving hauled and laid 
@ 90c 243 00 

150 square yards existing gran- 
ite block paving relaid 
@ 75c. ..... . 112 50 

8,000 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks furnished and 
laid @ 20c. . . . 1,600 00 



Less 15 per cent retained, 



Richmond street (north side), from Adams street to Dorchester avenue. 
Length, 1,620 linear feet. Area, 7,500 square feet. Edgestone reset, 
gutters repaved and artificial stone sidewalks constructed. 

Engineering $124 55 

Inspection 65 53 

Engineering expense 3 05 

Advertising 1 50 

Teaming 4 00 

Edgestone 6 96 

Removing trees 300 00 

Amount paid to Warren Brothers Company, 

under contract: 
1,400 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 19c. . $266 00 
400 square yards existing gran- 
ite block paving relaid 

@ 60c 240 00 

7,500 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks furnished and 
laid @ 18c. . . . 1,350 00 

250 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks furnished and 
laid @ 22c. . . 55 00 



$1,911 00 
Less 15 per cent retained, 286 65 



1,624 35 

$2,129 94 



Ridge street, from Brown avenue to Sycamore street. Length, 740 linear 
feet. Area, 3,660 square feet. Edgestone reset, gutters repaved and 
artificial stone sidewalks constructed. 

Engineering $132 42 

Inspection 102 14 

Engineering expense 2 40 

Advertising 91 

Labor, handling stock 10 

Edgestone, 997 feet straight, 56 feet 6 inches 

circular and 16 small corners .... 998 15 

Blocks, 23,050 second-hand .... 461 00 

Carried forward $1,697 12 



Public Works Department. 215 

Brought forward $1,697 12 

Amount paid to Charles J. Jacobs Company, 

under contract: 
1,300 linear feet straight edge- 
stone and corners hauled 
and set @ 30c. . . $390 00 

25 linear feet circular edge- 
stone set @ 20c. . . 5 00 
60 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 18c. . 10 80 
130 linear feet crushed stone 
and concrete foundation 
furnished and laid @ 

20c 26 00 

480 square yards granite block 
paving hauled and laid 

@ 85c 408 00 

3,660 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks furnished and 
laid @ 18c. ... 658 80 



$1,498 60 
Less 15 per cent retained, 224 79 



1,273 81 
$2,970 93 



Rockwell street (north «ide), from Washington street to Milton avenue and 
(south side) from Milton avenue 190 feet easterly. 

Engineering $57 77 

Engineering expense 90 

Advertising 85 

$59 52 

Ramsey street, from Dorchester avenue to Sydney street. Length, 1,114 
linear feet. Artificial stone sidewalks and driveways constructed. 

Engineering $27 80 

Inspection 42 35 

Engineering expense 30 

Advertising 4 50 

. $74 95 
Credit: Bricks 9 10 

$65 85 
Amount paid to WiUiam J. Barry & Co., 

under contract: 
7,911 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks furnished and 
laid @ $0,214 . . $1,692 95 
254 square feet artificial stone 
driveways furnished and 
laid @ $0,214 . . 54 36 

1,747 31 

$1,813 16 

Rosemont street, from Adams street to Gustine street. Length, 385 linear 
feet. Area, 4,647 square feet. Artificial stone sidewalks and drive- 
ways were constructed. 

Engineering $45 47 

Inspection 21 18 

Carried forward $66 65 



216 City Document No. 26. 

Brought forward $66 65 

Engineering expense 1 25 

Advertising 1 03 

Edgestone 7 30 

Amount paid to D. M. Biggs & Co., under 
contract : 

433 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 18c. . $77 94 
220 linear feet crushed stone 
and concrete foundation 
furnished and placed @ 
35c. .... 77 00 
136 square yards existing 
granite block paving re- 
laid @ 50c. . . . 68 00 
4,589 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks furnished and 
laid @ 18c. . . . 826 02 
58 square feet artificial stone 
driveways furnished and 
laid @ 18c. ... 10 44 



$1,059 40 
Less 15 per cent retained, 158 91 



900 49 
$976 72 



Rosseter street, easterly side, from BuUard street to No. 20. (Work not 
started.) 

Engineering $91 77 

Engineering expense 1 10 

Advertising 85 



72 



Saratoga street, from Butler avenue to Washburn avenue. (Work done in 
1916.) 
Engineering expense $0 40 

Scotia street, from St. Cecilia street to Dalton street. Length, 658 linear 
feet. Area, 4,054 square feet. Artificial stone sidewalks were con- 
structed. 

Engineering $75 79 

Engineering expense 2 80 

Inspection 21 18 

Edgestone 96 77 

$196 54 
Credit: Bricks 50 40 

$146 14 
Amoimt paid to James Doherty, under con- 
tract : 

91 linear feet straight edge- 
stone and corners hauled 
and set @ 23c. . . $20 93 

13 linear feet circular edge- 
stone set @ 16c. . . 2 08 
583 Unear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @, 15c. . 87 45 

Carried forward . . . $110 46 $146 14 



Public Works Department. 217 

Brought forward . . . $110 46 $146 14 

174 square yards existing gran- 
ite block paving relaid, 
gravel joints, @ 40c. . 69 60 

4,017 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks furnished and 
laid @ 16ic. ... 652 76 

37 square feet artificial stone 
driveways furnished and 
laid @ 18c. ... 6 66 

1 cover reset @ $3 . . 3 00 
Extra work — Recon- 
struct driveways, trim 

circles and raise catch- 
basin over 6 inches: 
3 hours, mason, @ 62|c. . 1 88 

2 hours, paver, @ 62|c. . 1 25 
12 hours' labor @ 30c. . . 3 60 

8 h o u r s, stonecutter, @ 

62ic 5 00 

Plus 15 per cent on 

$11.73 .... 1 76 

1 bag cement @ 75c. . . 75 

856 72 

$1,002 86 



Seaver street, at Walnut avenue. 

Engineering $2 00 

Advertising 86 



$2 86 



Seymour street, from Brown avenue to Canterbury street. Length, 1,149 
linear feet. Area, 12,400 square feet. Edgestone reset, gutters re- 
paved and artificial stone sidewalks constructed. 

Engineering $43 69 

Inspection 48 36 

Engineering expense 95 

Advertising 91 

Amount paid to Charles J. Jacobs Company, 
under contract: 

9 cubic yards rock excava- 
tion @ $10 . . . $90 00 
700 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 18c. . 126 00 
250 square yards existing 
granite block paving 
relaid @ 50c. . . 125 00 
12,400 square feet artificial 
stone sidewalks fur- 
nished and laid @ 18c., 2,232 00 



$2,573 00 
Less 15 per cent retained, 385 95 



2,187 05 

$2,280 96 



218 City Document No. 26. 

Sherwood street, from Ashland street to Florence street. Length, 1,561 linear 
feet. Area, 14,200 square feet. Edgestone set, gutters paved and 
artificial stone sidewalks constructed. 



Engineering 




$275 03 


Inspection ... . . 




119 


51 


Engineering expense . 




5 


35 


Advertising 




L. 


91 


Edgestone, 2,545 feet straight, 140 feet circu- 






lar and 12 small corners 




2,169 


99 


Blocks, 42,150 second-hand 




843 


00 


Amount paid to Charles J. Jacobs Company, 






under contract: 








16 cubic yards rock exca- 








vation @ $10 


$160 00 






2,950 linear feet straight edge- 








stone and corners 








hauled and set @ 30c., 


885 00 






175 linear feet circular edge- 








stone set @ 20c. . 


35 00 






1,580 linear feet concrete foun- 








dation furnished and 








laid @ 20c. . 


316 00 






1,000 square yards granite 








block paving hauled 








and laid @ 85c . 


850 00 






14,200 square feet artificial stone 








sidewalks furnished 








and laid @ 18c. . 


2,556 00 
$4,802 00 






Less 15 per cent retained, 


720 30 










4,081 


70 







$7,495 49 

Shirley street (south side), from Clifton street to Norfolk avenue. Length, 
619 linear feet. Area, 3,950 square feet. Edgestone reset, gutters 
repaved and artificial stone sidewalks constructed. 

Engineering $41 02 

Inspection 67 31 

Engineering expense 8 33 

Edgestone 33 02 

Amount paid to V. Grande, under contract: 
Removing trees, etc. . $50 00 

25 linear feet circular edge- 
stone set @ 30c. . . 7 50 
635 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 25c. . . 158 75 
140 square yards granite block 

paving relaid @ $1 . 140 00 

15 square yards flagging 
crosswalks hauled and 
laid @ $1 . . . 15 00 

3,950 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks furnished and 
laid @ 24c. ... 948 00 

2 covers reset @ $3 . . 6 00 

1,325 25 

$1,474 93 

South street (west side), from Washington street to New York, New Haven 
& Hartford Railroad. (Work not started.) 



Public Works Department. 219 



$130 53 




1 20 




86 






$132 59 





Engineering . 
Engineering expense 
Advertising . 



St. Cecilia street, Boylston street to Belvidere street. Length, 450 linear 
feet. Area, 2,705 square feet. Artificial stone sidewalks were 
constructed. 

Engineering $43 34 

Inspection 53 85 

Engineering expense 2 10 

Edgestone 44 47 

$143 76 
Credit: Bricks 110 50 

$33 26 
Amount paid to James Doherty, under 
contract : 

23 linear feet circular edge- 
stone set @ 16c. . . $3 68 
251 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 15c. . 37 65 
54 square yards existing 
granite block paving 
relaid, gravel joints, @ 

40c 21 60 

2,705 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks furnished and 
laid @ 16ic. ... 439 56 

502 49 

$535 75 

Stoughton street (southerly side), 90 feet east of Columbia road to Stoughton 

Street place. Length, 446 linear feet. Area, 4,210 square feet. 
Artificial stone sidewalks were constructed. 

Engineering $19 03 

Inspection 47 08 

Engineering expense 1 65 

Labor, stonecutter 3 50 

$71 26 
Credit: Bricks 36 00 







$35 26 


Amount paid James Doherty, imder contract : 




25 linear feet existing edge- 






stone reset @ 15c. 


$3 75 




5 square yards existing 






granite block paving re- 






laid, gravel joints, @ 






40c 


2 00 




4,210 square feet artificial stone 






sidewalks furnished and 






laid @ 16ic. . 


684 13 




2 covers reset @ $3 . 


6 00 


695 88 







$731 14 



220 



City Document No. 26. 



Sycamore street, from Florence street to Ashland street. Length, 1,263 
linear feet. Area, 9,400 square feet. Edgestones set, gutters repaved 
and artificial stone sidewalks constructed. 



Engineering .... 




$180 01 


Inspection 




97 49 


Engineering expense . 




3 20 


Advertising 




91 


Labor, handling blocks 




9 89 


Blocks, 16,745 .... 




334 90 


Edgestone, 1,448 feet straight, 62 feet 10 inches 




circular and 22 small corners 




1,357 32 


Amount paid to Charles J. Jacobs Company, 




under contract: 






1,650 linear feet straight edge- 






stone and corners 






hauled and set @ 30c., 


$495 00 




45 linear feet circular edge- 






stone set @ 20c. . 


9 00 




550 square yards granite 






block paving hauled and 






laid @ 85c. . 


467 50 




9,400 square feet artificial stone 






sidewalks furnished and 






laid @ 18c. . 


1,692 00 
$2,663 50 




Less 15 per cent retained, 


399 53 


2,263 97 







t,247 69 



Tower street, from Hyde Park avenue to Forest Hills Cemetery. Length, 
1,114 linear feet. Area, 10,340 square feet. Granite edgestone was 
reset, granite block gutters were relaid and artificial stone sidewalks, 
7 feet in width, were constructed. 

Engineering $38 33 

Inspection 9 00 

Engineering expense 26 51 

Advertising 1 00 

Amount paid to Warren Brothers Company, 
under contract: 

5 cubic yards rock excava- 
tion @ $10 . . . $50 00 
1,588 Unear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 21c. . 333 48 
547 square yards existing 
granite block paving 
relaid @ 75c. . . 410 25 
10,340 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks furnished 
and laid @ 20c. . . 2,068 00 



Less 5 per cent retained. 



$2,861 73 
429 26 



2,432 47 



$2,507 31 



Tremont street (east side), from Dover street 89 feet northerly. (Work 
done in 1917.) 

Engineering expense $0 30 

Final payment made to V. Grande, under 

contract 44 40 

$44 70 



Public Works Department. 221 

Walk Hill street, from Hyde Park avenue about 400 feet southerly (west 
side). Length, about 400 linear feet. Area, 2,717 square feet. 
Granite edgestone was reset, granite block gutters repaved and arti- 
ficial stone sidewalks furnished and laid. 



Engineering 


$87 21 


Inspection 


11 50 


Engineering expense 


1 50 


Advertising 


1 00 


Amount paid to Warren Brothers Company, 




under contract : 




1 cubic yard rock excava- 




tion @ $10 . . . $10 00 




76 linear feet existing edge- 




stone reset @ 21c. . 15 96 




17 square yards existing 








laid, gravel joints,® 75c. 12 75 




2,717 square feet artificial stone 




sidewalks furnished 




and laid @ 20c. . . 543 40 




$582 11 




Less 15 per cent retained, 87 32 






494 79 





$596 00 

Walk Hill street, from Hyde Park avenue to Wenham street. (Work not 
started.) 
Advertising $0 85 

Walnut avenue at Seaver street. (Work not started.) 

Advertising $0 86 



Washington street (south side), from Tip Top street to Newton line. 
(Work done in 1916.) 
Execution of court on account of change of grade . . $750 00 

West Selden street, from Grossman street 2,100 feet easterly. Length, 

2,100 linear feet. Area, 30,085 square feet. Granite edgestone was 
reset, gutters repaved and artificial stone sidewalks and driveways 
were laid. 

Engineering $146 54 

Inspection 52 47 

Engineering expense 3 10 

Advertising 1 50 

Edgestone 32 00 

$235 61 
Credit: Blocks 7 50 

$228 11 
Amount paid to Warren Brothers Company, 
under contract: 
2,463 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 19c. . $467 97 
650 square yards existing 
granite block paving 
relaid @ 60c. . . 390 00 

Carried forward . . . $857 97 $228 11 



222 City Document No. 26. 

11 



Brought forward 


1857 97 


30,085 square feet artificial stone 




sidewalks furnished and 




laid @ 18c. . 


5,415 30 


403 square feet artificial stone 




driveways furnished 




and laid @ 22c. . 


88 66 




$6,361 93 


Less 15 per cent retained, 


954 29 



5,407 64 
$5,635 75 



Westville street (south side), from Bowdoin square to Iowa street. Artifi- 
cial stone sidewalks were constructed. 
Amount paid to D. M. Biggs & Co., under 

contract : 
120 linear feet existing edgestone reset @ 18c., $21 60 

39 square yards existing granite block paving 

relai'd, gravel joints, @ 50c. ... 19 50 
768 square feet artificial stone sidewalks fur- 
nished and laid @ 18c 138 24 



$179 34 
Less 15 per cent retained .... 26 90 



$152 44 

Westville street (north side), from Orchardale street to 205 feet east of 
Bowdoin street. Artificial stone sidewalks and driveways were con- 
structed. 



Engineering 




$15 79 


Inspection 




20 18 


Engineering expense .... 




30 


Amount paid to D. M. Biggs & Co 


., under 




contract : 






386 linear feet existing edge- 






stone reset @ 18c. . 


$69 48 




140 square yards existing gran- 






ite block paving relaid. 






gravel joints, @, 59c. . 


70 00 




2,206 square feet artificial stone 






sidewalks furnished and 






laid @ 18c. . 


397 08 




139 square feet artificial stone 






driveways furnished and 






laid @ 18c. . 


25 02 






$561 58 




Less 15 per cent retained. 


84 24 


477 34 







$513 61 

RECONSTRUCTING AND REPAIRING STREETS 
BY CONTRACT. 

Albany street, Dover street to Northampton street. The contractor reset 
the edgestone, relaid the crosswalks, relaid the brick sidewalks and 
furnished and laid granite block pavement on a concrete base. 



Public Works Department. 



223 



Engineering . 

Inspection . 

Engineering expense . 

Photographs 

Labor, handling stock 

Labor, making templets 

Edgestone . 

Bricks, 68,000 second-hanc 










S874 86 
1,449 21 
36 70 
11 50 
19 27 
15 43 
67 45 
476 00 


Credit: Blocks .... 


$2,950 42 
1,820 00 



Amount paid to B. E. Grant, under contract: 
60 cubic yards filling fur- 
nished @ 5c. . . $3 00 
308 linear feet straight edge- 
stone hauled and set @ 

20c • 61 60 

300 linear feet circular edge- 
stone set @ 16c. . . 48 00 
9,234 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 12c. . 1,108 08 
4,494 cubic yards concrete base 
furnished and laid @ 
$5.05 . . . . 22,694 70 
3,334 square yards existing 
granite block paving 
relaid, gravel joints, @ 

50c 1,667 00 

23,798 square yards granite 
block paving furnished 
and laid, grout joints, 
@ .S3.28 . . . 78,057 44 
254 square yards existing 
granite block paving 
relaid, grout joints, @ 

85c 215 90 

40 square yards existing flag- 
ging crosswalks relaid, 
gravel joints, @ 50c. . 20 00 

24 square yards flagging 
crosswalks hauled and 
laid, grout joints, @ 
85c. . . . 20 40 

167 square yards existing 
flagging crosswalks re- 
laid, grout joints, @ 

80c 133 60 

7,164 square yards wood block 
pavement furnished 
and laid @, $2.65 . 18,984 60 
1,580 square yards brick side- 
walks laid @ 35c. . 553 00 
2,840 square yards existing 
brick sidewalks relaid 

@ 28c 795 20 

28,177 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks furnished 
and laid @ 17c. . 



$1,130 42 



Carried forward 



4,790 09 
,152 61 



L,130 42 



10 


00 


113 


44 


44 98 


151 


73 


27 


48 


63 


21 


27 00 


46 


80 


2 


00 



224 City Document No. 26. 

• Brought forward . . . $129,152 61 $1,130 42 
Extra work — Make ap- 
proaches safe at street 
intersections and drive- 
ways: 
93 hours, foreman, @ 75c., 69 75 

8 hours, subforeman, @ 

50c 4 00 

16 hours, edgestone setter, 
@ 62ic. 
181| hours, paver, @ 62^0. . 
128J hoiu-s, helper, @ 35c. 
433i hours' labor @ 35c. 
785 hours, rammer, @ 35c., 
Plus 15 per cent on 
$421.38 
54 hours, single team, @ 

50c 

936 cubic feet sand @ 5c. . 
4 bags cement @ 50c. 
Extra work — Haul side- 
walk bricks from Dor- 
chester avenue: 
16 hours, auto truck, @ 

$4,371 .... 70 00 

Extra work — Cut 
guttermouths and 
cut flagging as di- 
rected: 
52 hours, stonecutter, @ 

62ic 32 50 

Plus 15 per cent on 

$32.50 .... 4 88 

Extra work — Reset man- 
holes over 6 inches and 
connect meter box: 
20 hours, foreman, @, 75c. 15 00 

4 hovu's, edgestone setter, 

@62|c. 
10 hours, mason, @ 70c. . 
22 hours, helper, @ 35c. 
198 hours' labor @ 35c. 

10 hours, tender, @ 35c. . 
Plus 15 per cent on $105, 

8 hours, auto truck, @ 

$4,371 .... 

4 hours, double team, @ 

75c 

9 bags cement @ 50c. 

11 cubic feet sand @ 5c. . 
4 tons crushed stone @ 

$1.75 .... 7 00 

Extra work — Protect 

grouted pavement with 

cinders where directed: 

38 hours, foreman, @ 75c., 28 50 

3 hoiu-s, subforeman, @ 

50c 1 50 

536 hours' labor @ 35c. . 187 60 
8 hours, timekeeper, @ 

25c. .... 2 00 



2 


50 


7 


00 


7 


70 


69 


30 


3 


50 


15 


75 


35 


00 


3 


00 


4 50 




55 



Carried forward . . . $130,210 78 $1,130 42 



Public Works Department. 



225 



Brought forward 


$130,210 78 $1,130 4^ 


Plus 15 per cent on 






$219.60 . : . 


32 


94 


36 hours, double team, @ 






75c 


27 


00 


20 hours, single team, @ 






50e 


10 


00 


33 hours, auto truck, @ 






S3.75 .... 


123 


75 


22 double loads sand @ $2, 


44 00 


31 double loads cinders @ 






$2.50 .... 


77 50 


Extra work — Widen 






entrance at Boston 






Elevated Yard and 






Meaney's Yard and 






construct new en- 






trance opposite Union 






Park street : 






11 hours, edgestone setter, 






@62ic. 


6 88 


15 hours, stonecutter, @ 






62ic 


9 


38 


59 hours' labor @ 35c. 


20 


65 


Plus 15 per cent on $36.91 


5 


54 


3 hours, auto truck, @ 






$3.75 .... 


11 


25 


Extra work — Repave 






surface of street dis- 






turbed by Fire Depart- 






ment, Water Service 






and Boston Elevated 






Railway Company: 






2 hours, foreman, @ 75c., 


1 


50 


34 hours, paver, @ 62^c., 


21 


25 


79 hours' labor @ 35c. 


27 


65 


2 hours, edgestone setter, 






@62ic. 


1 


25 


Plus 15 per cent on 






$51.65 .... 


7 


75 


12 hours, double team, @ 






75c 


9 


00 


7 bags cement @ 50c. 


3 


50 


Extra work — Trim ex- 






isting concrete base to 






grade : 






160 hours, foreman, @ 75c., 


120 00 


1,669 hours' labor @ 35c. 


584 


15 


Plus 15 per cent on 






$704.15 


105 


62 


18 hours, double team. @ 






75c. .' . 


13 


50 


68 hours, single team, @ 






50c 


34 00 


4 hours, auto truck, @ 






$4.37i .... 


17 


50 


Extra work — Recon- 






struct driveways from 






601 to 609 Albany 






street : 






18 hours, foreman, @ 75c., 


13 


50 



Carried forward 



$131,539 84 $1,130 42 



226 City Document No. 26. 

$1,130 42 



Brought forward 


$131,539 84 


19 hours, edgestone setter, 




@62ic. 


11 88 


39 hours, stonecutter, @ 




62ic 


24 38 


122 hours' labor @ 35c. 


42 70 


48 hours, helper, @ 35c. 


16 80 


Plus 15 per cent on 




$109.28 


16 39 


12 hours, auto truck, @ 




$4.37^ .... 


52 50 



$131,704 49 
Less amount paid in 1916, 53,911 26 



Less amount retained . $77,793 23 
Less amount paid in 1916, 38 46 

77,754 77 

$78,885 19 

Albany street, from Kneeland street to Boston & Albany Railroad bridge. 
(Work not started.) 
Engineering $153 95 



Inspection 
Engineering expense . 
Labor, handling stock 
Labor, making templets 



58 51 

4 00 

29 04 

17 50 



$263 00 



Appleton street, from Berkeley street to Columbus avenue. (Work done in 
1916.) 



Engineering $79 10 

Engineering expense 80 



Artificial stone sidewalks. 

Rebates allowed to contractors . . . $9,020 18 

Repairs made 1,364 60 

New walks constructed 1,311 45 



$79 90 



$11,696 23 



Asphalt pavements repaired. 

Engineering $3,055 41 

Inspection 1404 30 

Engineering expense 130 00 

Advertising 4 50 

Labor, chemist's wages 1,454 10 

Labor, employees . . . . . . 527 85 

Amount paid to Central Construction Com- 
pany, under contract 73,230 25 



$79,806 41 



Atlantic avenue (easterly side), from Summer street to 370 feet north of 
Congress street. Length, 950 linear feet. Area, 2,300 square yards. 
Edgestone reset, gutters repaved and artificial stone sidewalks con- 
structed. (Work unfinished.) This work is being done in connection 
with sewer construction under the supervision of the Paving Service. 



Public Works Department. 227 

Engineering . . . . . . . $21 09 

Amount paid to John Landis & Co., under 
contract : 

820 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 28c. . $229 60 
55 square yards concrete base 

fiu-nished and laid @ $3, 165 00 

100 square yards existing gran- 
ite block paving relaid, 
pitch joints (unfinished), 
@ 65c. ... . 65 00 

2,300 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks furnished and 
laid @ 20c. . . . 460 00 



$919 60 
Less 15 per cent retained, 137 94 



781 66 

$802 75 

Batierymarch street, from Franklin street to Broad street. Length, 287 
linear feet. Area, 1,108 square yards. The contractor reset the 
edgestone, relaid the brick sidewalks, and furnished and laid a granite 
block pavement on a concrete base with grout joints. (Work done in 
1916.) 

Engineering $10 60 

Amount paid to B. E. Grant, under contract, 
being final payment of amount retained 
from 1916 210 32 

$220 92 

Beach street, from Harrison avenue to Atlantic avenue. Length, 1,207 
linear feet. Area, 3,390 square yards. Edgestone was reset, road- 
way paved with special cut granite blocks, grout joints, on 1-inch 
sand bed on 6-inch Portland cement concrete base. The existing 
brick sidewalks were replaced with artificial stone. 

Engineering $374 96 

Inspection 144 94 

Engineering expense 40 00 

Labor, handling stock 28 96 

Chemists' wages 45 00 

Edgestone . 229 05 

Labor, street cleaning 6 44 

Photographs 5 50 

Asphalt repairs 42 12 

$916 97 
Credit: Bricks . 273 00 



$643 97 
Amount paid to B. E. Grant, under contract: 
166 linear feet straight edge- 
stone hauled and set @ 

20c $33 20 

83 linear feet circular edge- 
stone set @ 16c. . . 13 28 
1,428 linear feet existing edge- 
stone set @ 12c. . . 171 36 



Carried forward . . . $217 84 $643 97 



228 City Document No. 26. 

Brought forward . . . $217 84 $643 97 

565 cubic yards concrete base 
furnished and laid @ 
$5.05 .... 2,853 25 

209 square yards existing gran- 
ite block paving relaid, 
gravel joints, @ 50c. . 104 50 

499 square yards existing gran- 
ite block paving relaid, 
asphalt joints, @ $1 . 499 00 

3,225 square yards granite block 
paving furnished and 
laid, grout joints, @ 
$3.28 .... 10,578 00 
36 square yards existing gran- 
ite block paving relaid, 
grout joints, @ 85c. . 30 60 

10 square yards existing flag- 
ging crosswalks relaid, 
asphalt joints, @ 80c. . 8 00 

72 square yards existing brick 

sidewalks relaid @ 28c., 20 16 

9,105 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks furnished and 
laid @ 17c. . . . 1,547 85 

14 covers reset @ $3 . . 42 00 

Extra work — Cut con- 
crete around elevated 
posts : 
96 hours, stonecutter, @ 

62ic 

20 hours' labor @ 35c. 

Plus 15 per cent on $67 . 
4 hours, single team, @ 50c., 



Less amount retained 



Beacon street, from Tremont street to Park street. Length, 846 linear 
feet. Area, 2,380 square yards. Edgestone was set where directed, 
the crosswalks at Tremont street were replaced with wood block; 
the roadway from Tremont street to Somerset street was paved w'th 
special cut granite block, pitch joints, on a concrete base; the remainder 
of the roadway was paved with special cut granite block on concrete 
base, grout joints. A widening was made at Somerset street. 

Engineering $409 23 

Inspection 240 07 

Engineering expense 75 

Bricks 49 00 

Advertising 1 14 

Photographs 8 50 

$708 69 
Credit: Blocks, old granite .... 34200 

Carried forward $366 69 



60 00 




7 00 
10 05 




2 00 




$16,614 99 
38 46 






16,576 53 

f 1 7 oon crfi 









Public Works Department. 



229 



Brought fonvard 

Amount paid to B. E. Grant, under contract: 

295 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 12c. . $35 40 

407 cubic yards concrete base 
furnished and laid @ $6, 
5 square yards existing gran- 
ite block paving relaid 
with gravel joints @ $1, 

843 square yards granite block 
paving furnished and 
laid with pitch joints 
@ $3.45 .... 



$366 69 



1,562 square yards granite block 
paving furnished and 
laid with grout joints 
@ $3.60 .... 
35 square yards wood block 
pavement furnished and 
laid with sand joints @ 
$3.60 .... 
247 square yards existing brick 



2,442 00 
5 00 

2,908 35 

5,623 20 

126 00 



sidewalks relaid @ 35c., 


86 45 


6 covers reset @ $3 . 


18 00 


Extra work — Pile blocks 




at Barton street: 




33 hours, foreman, @ 75c. . 


24 75 


222 hours' labor @ 40c. 


88 80 


Plus 15 per cent on 




$113.55 .... 


17 03 


Extra work — Widen street 




at Somerset street: 




30 hours, foreman, @ 75c. . 


22 50 


354 hours' labor @ 40c. 


141 60 


Plus 15 per cent on 




$164.10 .... 


24 62 


17 hours, auto truck, @ 




$4,371 .... 


74 38 


Extra work — Relay brick 




pavement at Bowdoin 




street : 




24 hours, foreman, @ 75c. . 


18 00 


172 hours' labor @ 40c. 


68 80 


16 hours, paver, @ 75c. 


12 00 


Plus 15 per cent on $98.80, 


14 82 


4 hours, auto truck, @ 




$4,371 .... 


17 50 


37 bags cement @ 65c. 


24 05 


13| cubic feet stone @ 10c. . 


1 35 


6 cubic feet sand @ 7c. 


42 


,000 brick blocks @ $40 M. . 


40 00 


Extra work — Remove 




material left on street 




by corporations and 




pave temporary road- 




way at Bowdoin street: 




5 hours, foreman, @ 75c. . 


3 75 


79 hours' labor @ 40c. 


31 60 


2 hours, paver, @ 75c. 


1 50 



Carried forward 



$11,871 87 



$366 69 



230 City Document No. 26. 

$366 69 



Brought forward 


$11,871 87 


2 hours, tender, @ 45c. 


90 


Plus 15 per cent on $37.75, 


5 66 


5 hours, auto truck, @ 




$4.37J .... 


21 88 


6 bags cement @ 65c. 


3 90 


8 hours, double team, @ 




75c 


6 00 


5 loads to scow (auto) @ 




80c 


4 00 


Extra work — Load and 




haul new paving blocks 




from Park street 




(caused by contractor 




being ordered to sus- 




pend work on street to 




allow corporations to in- 




stall underground serv- 




ices) : 




70 hours, foreman, @ 75c. . 


52 50 


511 hours' labor @ 40c. 


204 40 


Plus 15 per cent on 




$259.60 .... 


38 54 


106 hours, auto truck, @ 




$4.37Jc 


463 75 


Extra work — Relay old 




blocks on accoimt of 




operations of New Eng- 




land Telephone and 




Telegraph Company : 




16 hours, foreman, @ 75c. . 


12 00 


80 hours' labor @ 40c. 


32 00 


Plus 15 per cent on $44 . 


6 60 


32 hours, auto truck, @ 




$4.37ic 


140 00 


Extra work — Pave as 




directed on Sunday, 




October 14, 1917: 




56 hours, paver, @ 75c. 


42 00 


48 hours' labor @ 40c. 


19 20 


Plus 15 per cent on $61.20, 


9 18 



$12,934 38 
Less amount retained . 100 00 

12,834 38 

$ 13,201 07 

Beacon street, from Park street to Charles street. Length, 1,696 linear 
feet. Area, 7,340 square yards. Edgestone reset, 3-foot granite block 
gutters repaved with grout joints and roadway paved with Topeka 
pavement on existing macadam foundation. The existing brick 
sidewalks were relaid. 

Engineering $319 04 

Inspection 365 92 

Engineering expense 2 45 

Advertising 1 14 

Photographs 7 50 

Bricks, 18,700 old 130 90 

Edgestone 5 40 

Carried forward $832 35 



Public Works Department. 231 

Brought forward $832 35 

Amount paid to B. E. Grant, under contract: 
98,250 pounds crushed stone, 
furnished, placed, 
watered and rolled @ 

$2 $98 25 

8 linear feet straight 
edgestone hauled and 
set @ 25c. ... 2 00 

2,831 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 12c. . 339 72 
128 cubic yards concrete base 
furnished and laid @, 



40 square yards existing 
granite block paving 
relaid with gravel joints 



768 00 



40 00 



1,149 square yards existing 
granite blocks taken 
up, cleaned, hauled 
and piled and relaid, 
grout joints, @ $1 . 1,149 00 

13 square yards existing 
flagging crosswalks re- 
laid with grout joints 
@ $1 . . . . 13 00 

6,260 square yards T o p e k a 
wearing surface fur- 
nished and laid, on 
macadam foundation, 
@ $1.55 . . . 9,703 00 

2,919 square yards existing 
brick sidewalks relaid 

@ 35c 1,021 65 

4 covers reset @ $3 . . 12 00 

Extra work — Remove 
material left on street 
by corporations, clean- 
ing street for parade 
and hauling sidewalk 
bricks : 
13 hours, foreman, @ 75c. . 9 75 

128 hours' labor @ 40c. . 51 20 

Plus 15 per cent on 

$60.95 .... 9 14 

10 hours, auto truck, @ 

$4.37| .... 43 75 

Extra work — ■ Relay 
brick sidewalks where 
directed with herring- 
bone on edge: 
173 square yards brick side- 
walks relaid with her- 
ringbone work @ 
$1.50 .... 259 50 



$13,519 96 
Less amount retained . 100 00 



13,419 96 

$14,252 31 



232 



City Document No. 26. 



Beacon street, from Raleigh street to Boston & Albany Railroad. Length, 
1,655 linear feet. Area, 11,661 square yards. Edgestone reset, 
gutters paved and asphalt wearing surface furnished and laid. (Un- 
finished.) 
Engineering 
Inspection 



Engineering expense 
Advertising . 
Chemists' wages . 
Amount paid to The Bermudez Company, 
under contract: 
46 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 23c. . SIO 58 
114 square yards existing 
granite blocks taken up, 
cleaned, culled and re- 
laid (in brows and 
dummy of car tracks), 
including preparing site, 
concrete base, cement 
sand bed, plastering rails 
and covering sand, grout 
joints, @ $2.10 . . 239 40 
243 square yards existing 
granite blocks taken up, 
cleaned, culled and re- 
laid (in gutters and edg- 
ings), including prepar- 
ing site, concrete base, 
cement sand bed, cover- 
ing sand, grout joints, 
@ $2.10 ... 510 30 
2,100 square yards concrete base, 
bituminous concrete 
binder and asphalt wear- 
ing surface furnished 
and laid @ $2.53 . . 5,313 00 
2 covers reset @ $3 . . 6 00 
Extra work — Siispend 
work on street on ac- 
count of Auto Show and 
make street safe for 
traffic : 
19 hours, foreman, @ 75c. 
138 hours' labor @, 35c. . 

Plus 15 per cent on $62.55, 
8 hours, single team, @, 50c., 



Less 5 per cent retained 



$321 64 

134 30 

6 35 

1 57 

15 36 



14 25 


48 


30 


9 


38 


4 


00 


16,155 


21 


307 


76 



5,847 45 



5,326 67 



Blossom street, from Parkman street to Allen street. Length, 511 linear 
feet. Area, 1,562 square yards. The edgestone was reset and the 
roadway was paved with asphalt pavement on a concrete base, with 
brick block gutters, and artificial stone sidewalks constructed. 

Engineering $69 34 

Inspection 84 49 ' 

Engineering expense 1 05 



Carried forward 



$154 88 



Public Works Department. 233 



Brought forward 


. 


$154 88 


Chemists' wages .... 




4 00 


Labor and lumber on templets . 




8 45 


Edgestone 




13 75 




$181 08 


Credit: Bricks .... 


• 


141 00 




$40 08 


Amovmt paid to Warren Brothers Company, 




under contract: 






11 linear feet circular edge- 






stone set @ 17c. . 


$1 87 




717 linear feet existing edge- 






stone reset @ 15c. 


107 55 




1,272 square yards concrete base, 






bituminous c o n c r ete 






binder and asphalt wear- 






ing surface furnished 






and laid @ $2.09 . 


2,658 48 




26 square yards bituminous 






concrete binder and 






asphalt wearing surface 






furnished and laid on 






macadam foundation @ 






$1.21 .... 


31 46 




264 square yards concrete 






base and brick block 






pavement furnished and 






laid @ $2.83 . . 


747 12 




6,737 square feet artificial stone 






sidewalks furnished and 






laid @ 16c. . 


1.077 92 




2 covers reset @ $3 . 


6 00 




Extra work — Haul edge- 






stone from North Ander- 






son street and cut the 






same to fit manhole: 






2 hours, stonecutter,® 62 Jc, 


1 25 




8 hours' labor @ 40c. . 


3 20 




Plus 15 per cent on $4.45 . 


67 




4 hours, double team, @ 75c. 


3 00 





$4,638 52 
Less 5 per cent retained . 231 93 

4,406 59 

$4,446 67 

Bowdoin street, from Topliff street to 78 feet west of Mt. Ida road. (Work 
not started.) 

Engineering $96 00 

Engineering expense 60 

Advertising 1 56 



$98 16 



Boylston street, from Washington street to Tremont street. Length, 531 
linear feet. Area, 2,343 square yards. The roadway was paved with 
wood block on a 6-inch concrete base. 

Engineering $221 64 

Inspection 146 14 

Carried forward $367 78 



234 City Document No. 26. 

Brought forward $367 78 

Engineering expense 3 35 

Labor, handling stock 9 00 



Amount paid Warren Brothers Company, 
under contract: 
8 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 15c. . . $1 20 
64 square yards existing gran- 
ite block paving relaid, 
gravel joints, @ 53c. . 33 92 
14 square yards existing flag- 
ging crosswalks relaid, 
gravel joints, @ 50c. . 7 00 
6 covers reset @ $3 . . 18 00 
1,747 square yards wood block 
pavement furnished and 
laid @ $3.42 . . . 5,974 74 
Extra work — Furnish and 
place lath joints where 
directed : 

18 hours' labor @ 40c. . . 7 20 
Plus 15 per cent on $7.20 . 1 08 

19 bundles laths @ 60c. . . 1140 



$380 13 



$6,054 54 
Less 5 per cent retained . 302 73 



5,751 81 

$6,131 94 

Credit: Blocks 600 00 

$5,531 94 

Brighton avenue, from Commonwealth avenue to Cambridge street. Length, 
3,162 linear feet. Area, 4,557 square yards. Edgestone reset, gutters 
paved and asphalt wearing sm-face furnished and laid. 

Engineering $648 19 

Inspection 358 36 

Engineering expense 17 25 

Advertising 1 56 

Chemists' wages 30 80 

Edgestone 29 70 

Amount paid to The Bermudez Company, 
under contract: 
130 tons crushed stone fur- 
nished, placed, watered 
and rolled @ $2.50 . $325 00 

3,398 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 23c. . 781 54 
4,557 square yards existing 
granite blocks taken 
up, cleaned, culled and 
relaid, gravel bed, cov- 
ering sand and grout 
joints© $1.10 . . 5,012 70 

Carried forward . . . $6,119 24 $1,085 86 



Public Works Department. 



235 



Brought forward 
16,412 square yards bituminous 
concrete binder and 
asphalt wearing surface 
furnished and laid on 
macadam foundation 
@$1.43 
8 covers reset @ $3 . 
Extra work — Bar out 
and repave gutters and 
set covers for new 
driveways: 
8 hours, edgestone setter, 

@ 75c 

16 hours' labor @ 35c. . 
Plus 15 per cent on 
$11.60 .... 
Extra work — Raise 
Bradley head catch- 
basins to grade: 
4 hours, mason, @ 75c. . 
8 hours' labor @ 35c. . 

Plus 15 per cent on $5.80, 
2 bags cement @ 60c. 
75 bricks @ 2c. . 



Less 5 per cent retained, 



3,119 24 $1,085 86 



23,469 16 
24 00 



6 00 
5 60 

1 74 



3 


00 


2 


80 




87 


1 


20 


1 


50 


$29,635 


11 


1,481 


76 



28,153 35 



),239 21 



Canal street, from Haymarket square to Causeway street. Length, 990 
linear feet. Area, 4,438 square yards. Edgestone was reset, roadway 
was paved with special cut granite blocks with grout joints on 1-inch 
bed on Portland cement concrete base. Where existing concrete base 
was found it was built up to grade with new concrete. Artificial stone 
sidewalks were laid on the east side from Causeway street to opposite 
Traverse street and were relaid at Market street. 



Engineering . 

Inspection . 

Engineering expense . 

Labor, making templets 

Labor, handUng stock 

Teaming 

Labor on roadway 

Chemists' wages . 

Photographs 

Gravel . . . . 

Edgestone 

Amount paid to B. E. Grant, imder contract 
21 linear feet straight edge- 
stone hauled and set @ 

20c 

703 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 12c. 
876 cubic yards concrete base 
fiu-nished and laid @ 
$5.05 .... 



$4 20 
84 36 



4,423 80 



$382 36 

287 74 

27 98 

12 00 

199 89 

245 25 

217 50 

135 00 

5 50 

170 25 

14 64 



Carried forward 



1,512 36 $1,698 11 



236 



City Document No. 26. 



Brought forward 
40 square yards existing gran- 
ite block paving relaid, 
gravel joints, @ 50c. 
7 square yards existing gran- 
ite block paving relaid, 
grout joints, @ 85c. 
5,687 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks furnished and 
laid @ 17c. . 
3 covers reset @ $3 . 
Extra work — Omit the 
relaying of granite block 
paving and substitute 
the furnishing and lay- 
ing of new granite block: 
4,438 square yards granite block 
paving furnished and 
laid, grout joints, at 
$3.28 .... 
Extra work — Haul old 
paving blocks as direct- 
ed to Medford Street 
Yard, Charlestown, and 
pile: 
37 hours, foreman, @ 75c. 
703 hours' labor @ 35c. . 

Plus 15 per cent on $273.80, 
442 square yards old blocks 
hauled to Medford 
Street Yard @ 45c. 
Extra work — Cut concrete 
around elevated posts 
and cut sheet pihng in 
sewer trench : 
10 hours, stonecutter, @ 62§c. 
16 hours' labor at 35c. . 
Plus 15 per cent on $11.85, 
Extra work — Furnish 
watchman to keep traf- 
fic off grouted pave- 
ment: 
270 hours, watchman, @ 35c., 
Plus 15 per cent on $94.50, 
Extra work — Bar out 
and remove temporary 
pavement, laid by city 
forces : 
521 square yards temporary 
pavement removed @ 

50c 

Extra work — Remove 
temporary roadway, 
sewer trench and refill 
as directed: 
58 hours, foreman, @ 75c. 
867 hours' labor @ 35c. . 
Plus 15 per cent 
$346.95 . 
117 hours, auto truck, 
$4,371 . 

Carried forward 



,512 36 


20 


00 


5 


95 


966 
9 


79 
00 



$1,698 11 



14,556 64 



27 75 

246 05 

41 07 



198 90 



6 25 
5 60 

1 78 



94 50 
14 18 



260 50 



43 50 
303 45 

52 04 

511 88 



L,878 19 $1,698 11 



Public Works Department. 237 



Brought forward . . . $21,878 19 $1,698 11 
11 hours, double team, @ 75c., 8 25 

67 loads material dumped in 

scow (auto) @ 80c. . 53 60 



$21,940 04 
Less amount retained . 470 71 



Credit: Blocks . . . $116 00 

Flagging .... 59 15 



21,469 33 
523,167 44 

175 15 



$22,992 29 



Chandler street, from Berkeley street to Columbus avenue. (Work done in 

• 1916.) 

Engineering $105 49 

Engineering expense 2 10 

$107 59 



Columbia road, from Edward Everett square to Dudley street. Length, 1 ,460 
linear feet. Area, 4,867 square yards. The contractor reset part of 
the edgestone and relaid the brick sidewalks. The roadway as con- 
structed is of granite block pavement with grout joints on a concrete 
base. 

Engineering $178 86 

Engineering expense 1 35 

Photographs 3 00 

Amount paid to B. E. Grant, under contract: 
66 cubic yards water box ex- 
cavation @ $1 . . $66 00 
176 linear feet straight edge- 
stone and corners 
hauled and set @ 20c. . 35 20 
517 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 12c. . 62 04 
781 cubic yards concrete 
base furnished and 
laid @ $5.05 . . 3,944 05 
22 square yards existing 
granite talock paving re- 
laid, gravel joints, @ 
50c. . . 11 00 
4,445 square yards granite 
block paving furnished 
and laid, grout joints, 
@ $3.30 . . . 14,668 50 
372 square yards existing 
granite block paving re- 
laid, grout joints,® 85c., 316 20 
26 square yards existing 
flagging crosswalks re- 
laid, gravel joints, @ 

50c 13 00 

2 square yards flagging 
crosswalks hauled and 
laid, grout joints,® 85c, 1 70 

Carried forward . . . $19,117 69 $183 21 



238 



City Document No. 26. 



Brought forward 
1,361 square yards existing 
brick sidewalks relaid 

@ 28c 

10 covers reset, @ $3 . 
Extra work — Remove 
existing Telford base 
and furnish and lay 
4-inch concrete base: 



),117 69 



381 08 
30 00 



$183 21 



43 1 days, foreman, @ $6 


259 


50 




5,077J hours' labor @ 35c. 


1,777 


13 




36 days, timekeeper, @ 35c., 


72 


00 




3 days, watchman, @ $2 . 


6 


00 




Plus 15 per cent on 








$2,114.63 . 


317 


19 




1,125 hours, double team, @ 








75c 


843 


75 




7 days, steam roller, @ 








$15 


105 


00 




101 hours, auto truck, @ 








$4.37i .... 


45 


94 




Extra work — Pave cross- 








over in reservation: 








3I5 hours, foreman, @ 75e., 


23 


63 




237 hours' labor @ 35c. 


82 


95 




22 hours, paver, @ 62|c. . 


13 


75 




4 hours, rammer, @ 35c. . 


1 


40 




4 hours, tender, @ 35c. 


1 


40 




2\ days, timekeeper, @, $2 . 


4 


67 




Plus 15 per cent on 








$127.80 .... 


19 


17 




1 double load sand @ $2 . 


2 


00 




18 bags cement @ 50c. 


9 


00 




140 paving blocks @ 8c. 


11 


20 






$23,124 45 




Less amount paid in 1916, 


18,517 53 
$4,606 92 




Less amount retained 


38 


46 








4. KftQ AR 






t:,01 


f 1 7'^^ fi7 






(IPt:, #01 D/ 



Dearborn street, from Albany street to Dudley street. Length, 495 linear 
feet. Area, 1,100 square yards. The roadway was paved with 
asphalt on a concrete base with brick block gutters and artificial stone 
sidewalks were constructed. 

Engineering $95 81 

Inspection 22 02 

Engineering expense 23 47 

Edgestone 4 32 



Amount paid Warren Brothers Company, 
under contract : 

8 linear feet straight edge- 
stone hauled and set @, 

20c $1 60 

786 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 15c. 



$145 62 



Carried forward 



117 90 
$119 50 



$145 62 



Public Works Department. 239 

Brought forward . . . $119 50 $145 62 

53 square yards existing 
granite block paving 
relaid, gravel joints, @ 

53c 28 09 

104 square yards existing 
granite block paving 
relaid, including con- 
crete base, grout joints, 
@ $2 . . . . 208 00 

4 square yards existing flag- 
ging crosswalks relaid, 
gravel joints, @ 50c. . 2 00 

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

1,352 square yards concrete 
base, bituminous con- 
crete binder and asphalt 
wearing surface fur- 
nished and laid @ $2.09, 2,825 68 
248 square yards concrete base 
and brick block pave- 
ment furnished and laid 
@ $2.83 .... 701 84 

10 square yards existing 
brick sidewalks relaid 

@ 30c 3 00 

5,707 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks furnished 
and laid @ 16c. . . 913 12 



Less 5 per cent retained, 


$4,819 23 
240 96 


1,706 94 




Less amount paid in 1916, 


$4,578 27 
2,871 33 




Credit: Bricks .... 


$64 40 


$1,852 56 




Blocks .... 


150 00 


214 40 








$1,638 16 







Devonshire street, from Adams square to Water street. Length, 696 linear 
feet. Area, 2,032 square yards. The contractor did the excavating, 
reset the edgestone, relaid the brick sidewalks, and furnished and laid 
a wood block pavement on a concrete base. 

Engineering $21 04 

Engineering expense 30 

Amount paid to B. E. Grant, under contract: 
192 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 12c. . . $23 04 
314.5 cubic yards concrete base 
furnished and laid @ 
$5 1,588 23 



Carried forward . . . $1,611 27 $21 34 



240 



City Document No. 26. 



Brought forward 
57 square yards existing 
granite block paving 
relaid, gravel joints, @ 

50c 

119 square yards granite block 
paving furnished and 
laid, asphalt joints @ 
$3.40 .... 
10 square yards existing flag- 
ging crosswalks relaid, 
gravel joints, @ 50c. . 
129 square yards existing brick 
sidewalks relaid @ 28c., 
2 covers reset @ $3 . 
Extra work — Omit gran- 
ite block pavement and 
substitute wood block 
pavement: 
1,940 square yards wood block 
pavement furnished and 
laid @ $3.28 . 
Extra work — ■ Remove old 
bed and clean existing 
concrete: 



L,611 27 



28 50 



404 60 



5 00 

36 12 

6 00 



$21 34 



6,363 20 



301 hours, foreman, @ 75c. 


22 88 




481 hours' labor @ 35c. . 


168 35 




Plus 15 per cent on 






$191.23 .... 


28 68 




6 hours, single team, @ 






43fc 


2 63 




13 hours, double team, @ 






75c 


9 75 




27 hours, auto truck, @ 






$3.75 .... 


101 25 




19 loads material dumped to 






scow (team) @ 45c. 


8 55 




31 loads material dumped to 






scow (auto) @ 80c. 


24 80 






$8,821 58 




Amount paid in 1916 


7,975 79 


845 79 











Dorchester avenue, from Savin Hill avenue to Freeport street. Length, 
1,940 linear feet. Area, 7,400 square yards. Edgestone reset, 
existing granite blocks recut and granite block paving relaid. 

Engineering •. . . $304 78 

Inspection 343 69 

Engineering expense 8 90 

Labor, making templets 4 00 

Photographs 8 00 

Gravel 1 10 

Flagging 10 80 

Blocks ........ 1,046 54 

Edgestone 16 39 

Teaming 12 50 

Carried jorward $1,756 70 



Public Works Department. 241 

Brought forward $1,756 70 

Amount paid to B. E. Grant, under contract: 

14 linear feet straight 

edgestone hauled 

and set @ 20c. . $2 80 

3,028 linear feet existing 

edgestone reset @ 

12c 363 36 

1,143 cubic yards concrete 
base furnished and 
laid®. $5.05 . . 5,772 15 

846 square yards existing 
granite block paving 
relaid, grout joints, 
@ 85c. ... 719 10 

705 square yards existing 
brick sidewalks re- 
laid @ 28c. . . 197 40 
3 covers reset @ $3 . 9 00 
Extra work — Omit 
relaying of existing 
granite block paving 
where directed and 
substitute the laying 
of recut granite 
block: 
5,931 square yards recut 
granite blocks laid, 
grout joints, @ 
$1.21 . 7,176 51 
Extra work — Haul 
old blocks as di- 
rected to Massa- 
chusetts avenue lot 
and haul recut and 
shallow blocks from 
Albany street and 
Hancock street : 
36 hours, foreman, @ 

75c 27 00 

700 hours' labor @ 35c. . 245 00 

Plus 15 per cent on 
■$272 ... 40 80 

41 hours, double team, @ 

75c 30 75 

142 hours, auto truck, @ 

$3.75 ... 532 50 

Extra work — Haul, 
trim and set edge- 
stone to close drive- 



ways: 




11 hours, foreman, @ 




75c 


8 25 


146 hours' labor @ 35c. . 


51 10 


2 hours, stonecutter, @ 




62ic. . . . 


1 25 


17 hours, edgestone set- 




ter, @ mc. . 


10 63 


57 hours, helper, @, 35c., 


19 95 


Plus 15 per cent on 




$91.18 . 


13 68 


Carried forward 


$15,221 23 



L,756 70 



242 City Document No. 26. 

Brought forward . . . $15,221 23 $1,756 70 
8 hours, auto truck, @ 

14.37^ ... 35 00 

3 hours, double team, @ 

75c ■ 2 25 

Extra work — Re- 
move old blocks un- 
suitable for recut- 
ting: 

27 1 hours, foreman, @ 

75c 20 63 

187 hours' labor @ 35c. . 65 45 

Plus 15 per cent on 
$86.08 ... 12 91 

53 hoiu-s, auto truck, @ 

$4.37§ . . . 231 88 

Extra work — Protect 
new grouted pave- 
ment at driveways: 
10 hours, foreman, @ 

■ygg 7 50 

146 hours' labor® 35c. . 51 10 

Plus 15 per cent on 
$58.60 ... 8 79 

6 hours, double team, @ 

75c 4 50 

Extra work — Haul 
recut blocks from 
Massachusetts av- 
enue lot : 
132 hours, double team, @ 

75c 99 00 

Extra work — Bridge 
sewer trench with 
N.R.flag: 
2 hours, foreman, @ 

75c 1 50 

20 hours' labor @ 35c. . 7 00 

Plus 15 per cent on 

$8.50 ... 1 28 

Extra work — Recut 
existing granite 
blocks : 
207,240 existing granite blocks 

recut @ $13 . . 2,694 12 

$18,464 14 
Amount retained . 38 47 

18,425 67 

— $20,182 37 

Dorchester avenue, from Peabody square to Washington street. Length, 
3,244 linear feet. Area, 5,000 square yards. Edgestone reset, 
granite block paving relaid and artificial stone sidewalks laid. (Work 
unfinished.) 

Engineering $787 64 

Inspection 626 55 

Engineering expense 19 35 

Advertising 5 20 

Carried forward $1,438 74 



Public Works Department. 243 



Brought forward 
Labor, handling stock 
Labor, making templets 
Blocks, 233,710 old granite 
Lumber . . . . 

Edgestone . . . . 
Teaming . . . . 
Photographs 



Credit: Bricks 



$1,438 


74 


3 


00 


10 


00 


4,674 


20 


4 


74 


122 


33 


4 


00 


6 


00 


$6,263 


01 


21 


00 



Amount paid to James Doherty, 
under contract: 
2,700 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 17c. . $459 00 
1,100 linear feet crushed stone 
and concrete founda- 
tion furnished and 
placed @ 19c. . . 209 00 
4,500 square yards granite 
block paving hauled 
and laid, grout joints, 
@ $1.39 . . 6,255 00 
570 square yards wood block 
pavement furnished 
and laid, including con- 
crete base, @ $4.47 . 2,547 90 
19,000 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks furnished 
and laid @ 21c. . 3,990 00 



5,242 01 



$13,460 90 



Less 15 per cent re- 
tained . . . 2,019 14 



11,441 76 



$17,683 77 



Dorchester avenue, from Freeport street to Park street. Length, 3,244 
linear feet. Area, 4,000 square yards. Granite blocks recut and 
roadway paved with same. (Work unfinished.) 

Engineering $274 85 

Inspection 365 31 

Engineering expense 3 80 

Advertising 5 20 

Labor, handling stock 13 75 

Photographs 9 00 

Teaming 8 00 

Bricks . ■ 66 50 

Blocks 426 00 

$1,172 41 
Credit: 

Edgestone ... $23 73 

Flagging . . . 10 80 

34 53 

Carried forward $1,137 88 



244 



City Document No. 26. 



Brought forward 
Amount paid to B. E. Grant, 
tract : 

691 square yards existing 
granite iDlock paving re- 
laid, gravel joints, @> $1, 
678 square yards granite block 
paving (recut at Massa- 
chusetts avenue lot), 
hauled and laid, con- 
crete base, cement sand 
bed, plastering rails, 
grout joints, @ $2.75 . 
3,274 square yards granite 
block paving recut on 
the street and relaid, in- 
cluding concrete base, 
grout joints, @ $2.50 . 
Extra work — Remove 
material left in street 
by Boston Elevated 
Railway : 
50 hours, foreman, @ 75c. 
786 hours' labor @ 40c. . 

Plus 15 per cent on 
$351.90 
64 hours, auto truck, @ 
$4.37^ . . . . 
Extra work — • Make 
temporary driveways 
at street intersections 
and remove same: 
29 hours, foreman, @ 75c. 
394 hours' labor @ 40c. . 

Plus 15 per cent on 
$179.35 
5 hours, auto truck, @ 
$4.37_i . . . . 

5 hours, single team, @ 50c., 

Extra work — Excavate 
and concrete around 
water gate. Exca- 
vate, lay drain pipe 
and concrete from 
Boston Elevated 
Railway inlet to 
catch-basin : 
4 hours, foreman, @ 75c. 
119 hours' labor @ 40c. . 
3 hours, stonecutter, 
62^c. 

Plus 15 per cent 
$52.48 _. _. 
1,000 feet 8-inch drain pipe 
35c. 

6 bags cement @ 60c. 
16 cubic feet sand @ 7c. 
27 cubic feet stone @ 10c. 



Less amoxmt retained 



under con- 



$691 00 



1,864 50 



8,185 00 



37 50 
314 40 

52 79 

280 00 



21 75 

157 60 

26 90 

21 88 

2 50 



L,137 88 



3 00 
47 60 



7 87 



3 50 
3 60 

1 12 

2 70 


$11,727 09 
500 00 



11,227 09 



$12,364 97 



Public Works Department. 245 

Dorchester avenue, from Old Colony avenue to Humboldt place. Repaved 
with old granite blocks on a concrete base with grout joints under 
an agreement with the Boston Transit Commission. 

Proportion of expense of paving roadway under agreement 

with Boston Transit Commission $19,221 59 



Fruit street, from Blossom street to Charles street. Length, 954 linear 
feet. Area, 1,987 square yards. The edgestone was reset, roadway 
was paved with asphalt on a concrete base with brick gutters and 
artificial stone sidewalks. 

Engineering $197 10 

Inspection 205 56 

Engineering expense 1 70 

Edgestone 108 85 

Chemist, wages 4 67 

$517 88 
Credit: Bricks 194 95 



$322 93 



Amount paid to Warren Brothers Company, 
under contract: 


71 linear feet straight edge- 
stone hauled and set @ 
20c 


. $14 20 


43 linear feet circular edge- 
stone set @ 17c. . 


7 31 


1,678 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 15c. 


251 70 


3 square yards existing gran- 
ite block paving relaid, 
gravel joints, @ 53c. . 


1 59 


1,474 square yards concrete 
base, bituminous con- 
crete binder and asphalt 
wearing surface fur- 
nished and laid @ $2.09, 


3,088 66 


6 square yards bituminous 
concrete binder and as- 
phalt wearing surface 
furnished and laid on 
macadam foundation @ 
$1.21 .... 


7 26 


507 square yards concrete base 
and brick block pave- 
ment furnished and laid 
@ $2.83 .... 


1,434 81 


3 existing brick sidewalks re- 
laid @ 30c. . 


90 


8,346 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks furnished and 
laid @ 16c. . 


1,335 36 


163 square feet artificial stone 
driveways furnished and 
laid @ 17c. 
6 covers reset @ $3 . 


27 71 
18 00 



Carried forward . . . $6,179 50 $322 93 



246 City Document No. 26. 

Brought forward . . . $6,179 50 $322 93 

Extra work — Break out 
concrete around water 
boxes and reset same: 
18 hours' labor @ 40c. . 
Plus 15 per cent on $7.20, 

Less 5 per cent retained . 



Harrison avenue, from Kneeland street to Dover street. Length, 2,633 
linear feet. Area, 17,550 square yards. Edgestone reset, roadway 
paved with granite blocks on a concrete base. (Work unfinished.) 



7 20 
1 08 

$6,195 78 
309 79 


5,885 99 






$6,208 92 







Engineering 






$296 86 


Inspection 






115 04 


Engineering expense . 






8 90 


Labor, handHng stock 






10 88 


Amount paid to B. E. Grant, under contract: 




10 Hnear feet circular edge- 








stone set @ 16c. . 


$1 


60 




279 linear feet existing edge- 








stone reset @ 12c. 


33 


48 




400 cubic yards concrete base 








furnished and laid @ 








$5.05 . . . 


2,020 


00 




2,308 square yards granite block 








paving furnished and 








aid, grout joints, @ 








$3.28 .... 


7,570 


24 




11 square yards existing flag- 








ging crosswalks relaid, 








gravel joints @ 50c. 


5 


50 




62 square yards existing brick 








sidewalks relaid @ 28c., 


17 


36 




1 cover reset @ $3 


3 


00 




Extra work — Cut and 








remove asphalt and con- 








crete at Florence street: 








3 hours, foreman, @ 75c. . 


2 


25 




15 hours' labor @ 35c. . 


5 


25 




Plus 15 per cent on $7.50, 


1 


13 




Extra work — Remove 








material left in street by 








Water Department: 








5 hours, foreman, @ 75c. . 


3 


75 




65 hours' labor @ 35c. . 


22 


75 




Plus 15 per cent on $26.50, 


3 


98 




4 hours, auto truck, @ 








$4,371 .... 


17 


50 




Extra work — - Raise Brad- 








ley head catch-basins 








over six inches: 








26 hours, mason, @ 75c. 


19 


50 




44 hours' labor @ 35c. . 


15 


40 




Plus 15 per cent on $34.90, 


5 


24 





$9,747 93 
Less amount retained . 38 47 



$10,141 14 
Credit: Blocks 949 00 



9,709 46 

$9,192 14 



Public Works Department. 247 

Harvard street, from Prescott street to south side of Harvard square. 
(Work not started.) 

Engineering $57 00 

Engineering expense 76 

Advertising 1 57 

$59 33 

Haymarket square. Length, 525 linear feet. Area, 6,850 square yards. 
Edgestone was reset, roadway paved with special cut granite blocks, 
grout joints, on 1-inch sand bed on 6-inch Portland cement concrete 
base. The existing brick sidewalks were relaid. Washington Street 
North was repaved, Thacher street on the east side to Beverly 
street on the west side, with existing granite blocks, pitch joints. 

Engineering $686 64 

Engineering expense 3 65 

Inspection 319 52 

Bricks 219 97 

Photographs 9 00 

Amount paid to B. E. Grant, under contract: 
1,086 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 12c. . $130 32 
1,142 cubic yards concrete base 
furnished and laid @ 
$5.05 .... 5,767 10 
623 square yards existing gran- 
ite block paving relaid, 
gravel joints, @ 50c. . 311 50 
747 square yards existing gran- 
ite block paving relaid, 
asphalt joints, @ $1 . 747 00 
6,817 square j^ards granite block 
pavement furnished and 
laid, grout joints, @ 
$3.28 ... . 22,359 76 
62 square yards existing gran- 
ite block pavement re- 
laid, grout joints, @ 
85c. ■ .• . • • 52 70 
19 square yards existing flag- 
ging crosswalks relaid, 
grout joints, @ 80c. . 15 20 
30 square yards existing flag- 
ging crosswalks relaid, 
asphalt joints, @ 80c. . 24 00 
1,109 square yards existing brick 

sidewalks relaid @ 28c., 310 52 

13 covers reset @ $3 . . 39 00 

Extra work — Pile blocks 
at Barton and Willard 
street lots: 
99 hours, foreman, @ 75c. . 74 25 

728 hours' labor @ 35c. . 254 80 

Plus 15 per cent on 

$329.05 .... 49 36 

Extra work — Trim con- 
crete on subway roof 
and around elevated 
posts : 
9 hours, foreman, @ 75c. . 6 75 

8 h o u r s, stonecutter, @ 

62^c 5 00 



Carried forward . . . $30,147 26 $1,238 78 



248 



City Document No. 26. 



Brought forward 
92 hours' labor @ 35c. 

Plus 15 per cent on 

$43.95 .... 

3 hours, auto truck, @ 

$4.37^ ._ . . _. 

3 loads material dumped in 

scow (auto) @ 80c. 
Extra work — Remove 
brows and repave same 
to keep square open to 
traffic : 
35 hours, foreman, @ 75c. . 
91 hours, paver, @ 62^c. 
64 hours, rammer, @ 35c. . 
48 hours, tender, @ 35c. 
435 hours' labor @ 35c. . 

Plus 15 per cent on 

$274.58 .... 

17 hours, auto truck, @ 

$4.37^ .... 

4 loads material dumped in 

scow (auto) @, 80c. 
Extra work — Haul side- 
walk brick from Al- 
bany street yard : 
9 hours, foreman, @ 75c. . 
63 hours' labor @ 35c. 

Plus 15 per cent on 

$28.80 .... 

27 hours, auto truck, @ 

$4.37^ .... 



Less amount retained 



$30,147 26 
32 20 

6 59 

13 13 

2 40 



1,238 78 



26 25 
56 88 
22 40 
16 80 
152.25 


41 


19 


74 38 


3 


20 


6 75 
22 05 


4 32 


118 


1^ 


$30,746 

38 


18 
46 



30,707 72 



$31,946 50 



Lincoln street, from Essex street to Beach street. Length, 497 linear 
feet. Area, 2,400 square yards. Edgestone was reset, roadway 
paved with special cut granite blocks, grout joints, on a 6-inch Port- 
land cement concrete base. The existing brick sidewalks were 
replaced by artificial stone and the existing artificial stone sidewalks 
on the east side, between Essex and Tufts streets, were relaid. 

Engineering $198 55 

Inspection 

Engineering expense . 

Labor, handling stock 

Labor, making templets 

Teaming 

Edgestone 

Chemists' wages 

Lumber 

Photographs 



95 


61 


12 


95 


26 26 


9 


00 


1 


25 


31 


50 


45 


00 


6 


67 


16 


80 



Amount paid to B. E. Grant, under contract: 
26 linear feet circular edge- 
stone set @ 16c. . . $4 16 
790 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 12c. . 94 80 



$443 59 



Carried forward 



$98 96 $443 59 



Public Works Department. 249 

Brought forward ... $98 96 $443 59 

419 cubic yards concrete base 
furnished and laid @ 
$5.05 .... 2,115 95 

65 square yards existing gran- 
ite block paving relaid, 
gravel joints, @ 50c. . 32 50 

2,438 square yards granite block 
paving furnished and 
laid, grout joints, @ 
$3.28 .... 7,996 64 

45 square yards existing brick 

sidewalks relaid @ 28c., 12 60 

7 covers reset @ $3 . . 21 00 

Extra work — Omit re- 
laying of brick sidewalks 
and substitute artificial 
stone sidewalks: 
5,449 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks furnished and 
laid @ 25c. . . . 1,362 25 

Extra work — Break out 
concrete, regulate edge- 
stone and sidewalks at 
Tufts street and remove 
temporary approach at 
Beach street: 
9 hours, foreman, @ 75c. . 
16 hours, stonecutter, @62^c., 
227 hours' labor @ 35c. 

Plus 15 per cent on 

$96.20 .... 

12 hours, single team, @ 50c., 

20 hours, auto truck, @ 

$4.37i .... 

7 cubic feet sand @ 5c. 

5 loads material dumped in 

scow (auto) @ 80c. 



Less amount retained 



Credit: Blocks 
Bricks 



6 75 




10 00 




79 45 




14 43 




6 00 




87 50 




35 




4 00 




$11,848 38 




38 46 






11,809 92 






$12,253 51 


$1,260 00 




42 00 






1,302 00 






$10,951 51 



McKinley square, at Custom House. Length, 360 linear feet. Area, 
5,822 square yards. Edgestone was reset, roadway paved with special 
cut granite blocks, grout joints, on 1-inch sand bed on 6-inch Portland 
cement concrete base. The existing brick sidewalks were relaid and 
the artificial stone sidewalks were patched in front of the Board of 
Trade Building and on State street. 

$368 32 



Inspection 


228 42 


Engineering expense . 


17 18 


Labor, handling stock 


34 54 


Labor, making templets 


6 00 


Chemists' wages .... 


45 00 


Carried forward 


$699 46 



250 City Document No. 26. 

Brought forward $699 46 

Photographs 11 20 

Edgestone 109 79 

Bricks 52 50 

Teaming 2 50 

Amount paid to B. E. Grant, under contract: 
136 hnear feet straight edge- 
stone hauled and set @ 
20c $27 20 

10 Hnear feet circular edge- 

stone set @ 16c. . . 1 60 

415 Hnear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 12c. . 49 80 

834 cubic yards concrete base 
furnished and laid @ 
$5.05 .... 4,211 70 

914 square yards existing 
granite block paving 
relaid, gravel joints, @ 

50c 457 00 

5,035 square yards granite block 
paving furnished and 
laid, grout joints, @ 
$3.28 .... 16,514 80 

888 square yards existing 
granite block paving 
relaid, grout joints, @ 
85c. ..... 754 80 

8 square yards existing flag- 
ging crosswaUcs relaid, 
gravel joints, @ 50c. . 4 00 

34 square yards existing flag- 
ging crosswalks relaid, 
grout joints, @ 80c. . 27 20 

354 square yards existing brick 

sidewalks relaid @ 28c., 99 12 

300 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks furnished and 
laid @ 17c. ... 51 00 

11 covers reset @ $3 . . 33 00 
Extra work — Break out 

existing artificial stone 
sidewalks beyond pre- 
scribed limits and fur- 
nish and lay new artifi- 
cial stone walks: 
1,075 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks furnished and 
laid @ 25c. ... 268 75 

Extra work — Cut out 
concrete from e d g e - 
stone at Custom House 
and remove pitch from 
blocks and break out 
concrete at Central 
street : 
8 hours, stonecutter, @62|c., 5 00 

133 hours' labor @ 35c. . . 46 55 

Plus 15 per cent on $51.55, 7 73 

Carried forward . . . $22,559 25 $875 45 



Public Works Department. 251 

Brought forward . . . $22,559 25 $875 45 

Extra work — Reset 
special cut edgestone at 
Board of Trade Build- 
ing: 
12 hours, edgestone setter, @ 

62|c 

28 hours, helper, @ 35c. 
48 hours' labor @, 35c. . 
Plus 15 per cent on $34.10, 
Extra work — Reset man- 
holes over 6 inches : 
19 hours, mason, @ 79c. 
24 hours, helper, @ 35c. 

Plus 15 per cent on $21.70, 
2 bags cement @ 50c. . 
275 bricks @ $12 M. 



Less amount retained 



7 50 
9 80 

16 80 
5 12 

13 30 

8 40 
3 26 
1 00 
3 30 


$22,627 73 
38 46 



22,589 27 
$23,464 72 



Maverick square, from Sumner street to Maverick street. Length, 147 
linear feet. Area, 3,300 square yards. Edgestone reset, gutters 
repaved and asphalt wearing surface furnished and laid on a concrete 
base. (Work unfinished.) 

Engineering $241 89 

Inspection 128 26 

Engineering expense 3 35 

Advertising 1 57 

Edgestones 75 44 

$450 51 
Credit: Blocks 148 00 



$302 51 
Amount paid to The Bermudez Company, 
under contract: 
35 linear feet circular edge- 
stone set @ 25c. . . $8 75 
884 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 23c. . 203 32 
4 square yards existing 
granite block paving 
relaid, gravel joints, @ 

$1 4 00 

136 square yards existing 
granite blocks taken up, 
cleaned, culled and re- 
laid (in brows and 
dumray of car tracks), 
including preparing site, 
concrete base, cement 
sand bed, plastering 
rails and covering sand, 
grout joints, @ $2.10 . 285 60 



Carried forward . . . $501 67 $302 51 



252 City Document No. 26. 

Brought forward . . . $501 67 $302 51 

257 square yards existing 
granite blocks taken up, 
cleaned, culled and re- 
laid (in gutters and edg- 
ings), including pre- 
paring site, concrete 
base, cement sand bed, 
and covering sand, grout 
joints, @ $2.10 . . 539 70 

3,062 square yards concrete base, 
bituminous concrete 
binder and asphalt wear- 
ing surface furnished 
and laid @ $2.53 . . 7,746 86 

2 covers reset @ $3 . . . 6 00 

Extra work — Reset park 
edgestone around tun- 
nel entrance : 
16 hours, edgestone setter, @ 

75c 12 00 

55 hours' labor @ 35c. . . 19 25 

Plus 15 per cent on $31.25, 4 69 



$8,830 17 
Less 5 per cent retained . 441 51 



8,388 66 

$8,691 17 



Neponset avenue, from Ashmont street to Chickatawbut street. Length, 
1,708 linear feet. Area, 1,000 square yards. Edgestone reset, granite 
block roadway paved with old granite block. (Work unfinished.) 

Engineering $124 98 

Inspection 209 49 

Engineering expense ...... 75 

Advertising 5 40 

Blocks, 46,600 second-hand .... 932 00 

Labor, handling stock 6 00 

Amoimt paid to John F. Ljmch, under con- 
tract: 
1,000 square yards granite block 
paving hauled and laid, 
grout joints, @ $1.08 . $1,080 00 
1,000 square yards existing gran- 
ite block paving taken 
up, cleaned and relaid, 
grout joints, @ 98c. . 980 00 



$2,060 00 
Less 15 percent retained . 309 00 



1,751 00 
.$3,029 62 



North Anderson street, from Parkman street to Fruit street. Length, 
105 linear feet. Area, 214 square yards. The existing edgestone was 
reset and the roadway paved with asphalt on a concrete base and 
artificial stone sidewalks were constructed. (Unfinished work from 
1916.) 



Public Works Department. 



253 



Engineering 




$15 


14 


Amount paid Warren Brothers Com- 






pany, under contract: 








22 linear feet circular edge- 








stone set @ 17c , . 


$3 74 






12 linear feet existing edge- 








stone reset @ 15c. 


1 80 






3 square yards existing gran- 








ite block paving relaid, 








gravel joints, @ 53c 


1 59 






171 square yards concrete 








base, bituminous con- 








crete binder and asphalt 








wearing surface fur- 








nished and laid @ $2.09, 


357 39 






43 square yards concrete base 








and brick block pave- 








ment furnished and laid 








@ S2.83 . . . 


121 69 






1,052 square feet artificial stone 








sidewalks furnished and 








laid @ 16c. . 


168 32 








$654 53 




Less 5 per cent retained . 


32 73 








$621 80 




Less amount paid in 1916, 


461 90 










159 


90 








$175 04 


Credit: Bricks .... 




45 


50 



$129 54 



North Grove street, from Cambridge street to Fruit street. Length, 456 
linear feet. Area, 1,538 square yards. The edgestone was reset, 
roadway paved with asphalt on a concrete base with brick block gut- 
ters and artificial stone sidewalks were constructed. 



Engineering 




$141 


55 


Inspection 




104 


02 


Engineering expense . 




1 


10 


Chemists' wages .... 




16 


93 


Edgestone 




141 


41 


Amount paid Warren Broth 


ers Com- 






pany, under contract: 








110 linear feet straight edge- 








stone hauled and set @ 








20c 


$22 00 






47 linear feet circular edge- 








stone set @ 17c. 


7 99 






606 linear feet existing edge- 








stone reset @ 15c. 


90 90 






27 square yards existing gran- 








ite block paving relaid, 








gravel joints, @ 53c. 


14 31 






34 square yards existing gran- 








ite block paving relaid. 








including concrete base, 








grout joints, @ $2 


68 00 







Carried forward 



$203 20 



$405 01 



254 



City Document No. 26. 



Brought forward 
31 square yards existing flag- 
ging crosswalks relaid, 
including concrete base, 
grout joints, @ $1.80 . 
1,286 square yards concrete base, 
bituminous concrete 
binder and asphalt 
wearing surface fur- 
nished and laid @ 
$2.09 .... 
252 square yards concrete base 
and brick block pave- 
ment furnished and laid 
@ $2.83 . . 
5,177 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks furnished and 
laid @ 16c. 
291 square feet artificial stone 
driveways furnished and 
laid @ 17c. . 
5 covers reset @ $3 . 
Extra work — Cut out 
concrete around water 
boxes and reset same 
and fit new gutter- 
mouths for catch-basins: 
8 hours, stonecutter, @ 

62^c 

24 hours' labor @ 40c. . 
Plus 15 per cent on $14.60, 
2 bags cement @ 60c. 



Less 5 per cent retained, 



Credit: Blocks 
Bricks 
Edgestone 



$203 20 
55 80 

2,687 74 

713 16 

828 32 



49 47 
15 00 



$405 01 



5 00 
9 60 
2 19 
1 20 




$4,570 68 
228 53 


4,342 15 
$4,747 16 

1,053 48 


$930 00 
117 00 

6 48 





$3,693 68 



North Russell street, from Cambridge street to Eaton street. Length, 439 
linear feet. Area, 1,273 square yards. Edgestone reset, granite 
block repaved and asphalt wearing surface furnished and laid. 



Engineering . 










$126 99 


Inspection . 










57 14 


Engineering expense . 










65 


Advertising . 










1 57 


Labor, making templets 










6 00 


Chemists' wages . 










7 33 


Edgestone 










13 60 


Lumber 










3 89 


Amount paid to The Bermudez Company 


J 


under contract: 




15 linear feet straight edge- 




stone and corners 




hauled and set @ 3 


Oc. . 




i 


H 5( 


) 



Carried forward 



$4 50 



$217 17 



Public Works Department. 255 

Brought forward ... $4 50 S217 17 , 

9 linear feet circular edge- 
stone set @ 25c. . . 2 25 
657 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 23c. . 151 11 
33 square yards existing 
granite block paving re- 
laid, gravel joints, @ 
$1 . . . . . 33 00 
257 squ are yards existing 
granite block taken up, 
cleaned and relaid, in- 
cluding concrete base, 
cement sand bed and 
covering sand, grout 
joints (in gutters and 
edgings), @ $2.10 . 539 70 
1,016 square yards concrete base, 
bituminous concrete 
binder and asphalt wear- 
ing surface furnished and 
laid @ $2.53 . . . 2,570 48 
Extra work — Unload and 
pile paving blocks at 
Barton street: 
93 hours' labor© 35c. . . 32 55 
Plus 15 per cent on $32.55, 4 88 



$3,338 47 
Less 5 per cent retained . 166 92 



3,171 55 

$3,388 72 



Park street, from Tremont street to Beacon street. Length, 519 linear 
feet. Area, 2,049 square yards. Edgestone reset, gutters repaved 
and granite block paving furnished and laid next to Beacon street. 
(Work unfinished.) 

Engineering $42 60 

Photographs 6 00 

Advertising 1 13 

Amount paid B. E. Grant, under contract: 
28 cubic yards concrete base 

f m-nished and laid @ $6 . $168 00 

25 square yards existing gran- 

ite block paving relaid, 
gravel joints, @$1 . . 25 00 

144 square yards granite block 
paving furnished and laid, 
pitch joints, @, $3.15 . 496 80 

26 square yards granite block 

paving furnished and laid, 

grout joints, @ $3.60 . 93 60 

$783 40 
Less amount retained . . 100 00 

— 683 40 

$733 13 

Parkman street, from North Anderson street to North Grove street. 
Length, 172 linear feet. Area, 495 square yards. The edgestone was 



256 City Document No. 26. 

reset, roadway paved with asphalt on a concrete base with brick block 

gutters, and artificial stone sidewalks were constructed. (Work done 

in 1916.) 

Engineering $15 35 

Amount paid to Warren Brothers Company, 

under contract: 

20 linear feet circular edge- 
stone set® 17c. . . $3 40 

80 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 15c. . 12 00 

3 square yards existing 

granite block paving re- 
laid, gravel joints, @ 
53c. .... 1 59 

4 square yards existing 

granite block paving re- 
laid, including concrete 
base, grout joints, @ $2, 8 00 

3 square yards existing flag- 

ging crosswalks relaid, 

gravel joints, @ 50c. . 1 50 

6 square yards existing flag- 
ging crosswalks relaid, 

including concrete base, 

grout joints, @ $1.80 . 10 80 

376 square yards concrete base, 

bituminous concrete 

binder and asphalt wear- 
ing surface furnished 

and laid @ $2.09 . . 785 84 

19 square yards bituminous 

concrete binder and 

asphalt wearing surface 

furnished and laid on 

macadam foundation @ 

$1.21 .... 22 99 

100 square yards concrete 

base and brick block 

pavement furnished and 

laid @ $2.83 ... 283 00 

4 square yards existing 

brick sidewalks relaid 
@ 30c. .... 1 20 

1,672 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks furnished and 
laid @ 16c. ... 267 52 

Cover reset @ $3 . . 3 00 . 



$1,400 84 
Less 5 per cent retained . 70 04 

$1,330 80 
Less amount paid in 1916, 1,075 50 



255 30 



$270 65 
Credit: Bricks 42 00 



$228 65 

School street, from Washington street to Tremont street. Length, 570 linear 
feet. Area, 1,385 square yards. The edgestone, crosswalks and side- 



Public Works Department. 257 

walks were regulated where necessary. The roadway as constructed 

is of granite block pavement on a concrete base. 

Engineering $12 33 

Amount paid to B. E. Grant, under contract: 
75 linear feet existing edge- 



Stone reset @ 12c. 


$9 00 


219.7 cubic yards concrete base 




furnished and laid @ 




$5.05 .... 


1,109 49 


1,331 square yards granite block 




paving furnished and 




aid, grout joints, @ 




$3.28 .... 


4,365 68 


36 square yards existing gran- 




ite block paving relaid, 




grout joints, @ 85c. 


30 60 


18 square yards existing flag- 




ging crosswalks relaid. 




grout joints, @ 80c. 


14 40 


2 covers reset @ $3 . 


6 00 


Extra work — Remove 




old concrete base: 




14§ hours, foreman, @ 75c. . 


10 88 


232 hours' labor @ 35c. . 


81 20 


Plus 15 per cent on $92.08, 


13 81 


66 hours, double team, @ 




75c 


49 50 


3 hours, auto truck, @ $3.75, 


11 25 


40 loads material dumped in 




scow @ 35c. . 


14 00 


132 loads material dumped in 




scow @ 45c. . 


59 40 




$5,775 21 


Less amoimt retained 


38 46 




$5,736 75 


Amount paid in 1916 


5,252 72 



484 03 
$496 36 



Somerset street, from Beacon street to Ashburton place. (Work not started.) 

Engineering $38 85 

Advertising 1 13 

Photographs 3 00 

$42 98 

South street, from Jamaica street to Arborway. (Work not started.) 

Engineering $102 76 

Engineering expense 1 30 

Photographs ...'.... 6 00 

$110 06 

Summer street, from South street to Dorchester avenue, including Dewey 
square. Work done by Boston Transit Commission, under contract 
with Henry S. Clark, paving roadway over tunnel with granite blocks 
on a concrete base with grout joints. Area, 9,973 square yards. 



258 



City Document No. 26. 



Amount paid to Boston Transit Commission 
on agreement as the portion of cost charge- 
able to PubUc Works Department for pavmg 
roadway 

Amoimt paid to H. S. Clark .... 



$27,907 94 
898 39 



$28,806 33 



Tremont street from Boylston street to Common street. Length, 875 hnear 
feet Area, 2,920 square yards. Edgestone was reset, roadway paved 
with wood 'blocks on a concrete base and the brick were relaid. 

$368 46 



Engineering . 

Inspection 

Engineering expense . 

Advertising . 

Labor, handling blocks 

Photographs 

Lumber 

Bricks . . ■ • 

Labor, making templets 



Credit: Blocks, 28,900 old granite 

Amount paid to B. E. Grant, under 
585 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 12c.. 
475 cubic yards concrete base 
furnished and laid @ $6, 
399 square yards existing gran- 
ite block paving relaid, 
gravel joints, @/ $1 
35 square yards granite block 
paving furnished and 
laid, pitch joints, @ 
$3.45 . . . • 
26 square yards granite block 
paving furnished and 
laid, grout joints, @ 
$3.60 . . • ■ 
2,787 square yards wood block 
pavement furnished and 
laid, sand joints, @ 
$3.60 . . • . • 
322 square yards existing brick 
sidewalks relaid @ 35c., 
6 covers reset @ $3 . 
Extra work — Load and 
pile wood blocks on 
Boylston street : 
54 hours, foreman, @ 75c. . 
398 hours' labor @ 40c. . 
376 hours, watchman, @ 35c., 
3 hours, timekeeper, @ 35c., 
Plus 15 per cent on 
$332.35 . . . • 
75 hours, auto truck,® 
$4.37^ . . ■ ■ 
16 hours, double team, @ 75c., 
Demurrage on wood block. 

Carried forward 



contract : 
$70 20 
2,850 00 

399 00 

120 75 

93 60 

10,033 20 

112 70 
18 00 



40 50 

159 20 

131 60 

1 05 

49 85 

328 13 

12 00 

161 00 

114,580 78 



130 72 
96 89 

1 13 
19 50 

9 00 

4 76 
17 50 

9 00 

$656 96 
578 00 

$78 96 



$78 96 



Public Works Department. 259 

Brought forward . . $14,580 78 $78 96 

Extra work — Remove 
paving blocks left on 
street by Boston Ele- 
vated Railway Com- 
pany: 

9 hours, foreman, @ 75c. . 6 75 

63 hours' labor @ 40c. . . 25 20 

Plus 15 per cent on $31.95, 4 79 

18 hours, auto truck, @ 

$4.37^ .... 78 75 

Extra work — Clean pav- 
ing blocks, cut concrete, 
haul sidewalk bricks: 
125 hours' labor @ 40c. . . 50 00 

6 hours, paver, @ 75c. . 4 50 

4 hours, rammer, @ 45c. . 1 80 

Plus 15 per cent on $56.30, 8 45 

8 hours, auto truck, @ 

$4.37i .... 35 00 

Extra work — Pave as 
directed on Sundays: 
56 hours, foreman, @ 75c. . 42 00 

78 hours, paver. @ 75c. . 58 50 

880 hours' labor @ 40c. . . 352 00 

23 hours, timekeeper. @ 35c., 8 05 

Plus 15 per cent on 

$460.55 .... 69 08 

37 hours, auto truck, @ 

$4,371 .... 161 88 



$15,487 53 
Less 5 per cent retained, 100 05 



15,387 53 
$15,466 49 



Trull street, from Hancock street to Bellevue street. Artificial stone side- 
walks constructed. Area, 3,060 square feet. 
Amount paid to Jeremiah J. Sullivan, under contract: 
3,060 square yards artificial stone sidewalks laid @ 25c. . $765 00 

Washington street, from Haymarket square to Elm street. Length, 735 
linear feet. Area, 3,543 square yards. Edgestone was reset, the 
roadway was repaved with special cut granite blocks with grout joints 
on 1-inch sand bed on 6-inch Portland cement concrete base. No 
work has been done on the sidewalks. 

Engineering $250 43 

Inspection 244 17 

Engineering expense 70 

Photographs 12 00 

Amount paid to B. E. Grant, under contract: 
703 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 12c. $84 36 
502.3 cubic yards concrete base 
furnished and laid @ 
$5.05 .... 2,536 62 

Carried forward . . . $2,620 98 $507 30 



260 City Document No. 26. 

^ Brought forward . . . $2,620 98 $507 30 

111 square yards existing gran- 
ite block paving relaid, 
gravel joints, @ 50c. . 55 50 

3,014 square yards granite block 
paving furnished and 
laid, grout joints, @ 
$3.28 .... 9,885 92 

5 covers reset @ $3 . . 15 00 

Pile blocks at Barton 
street yard: 
84 hours, foreman, @ 75c. . 63 00 

784 hours' labor @ 35c. . 274 40 

Plus 15 per cent on 

$337.40 .... 50 61 

Extra work — Cut con- 
crete and Bradley head 
apron stone: 
16 hours, stonecutter, @ 

62ic 10 00 

9 hours' labor @, 35c. . . 3 15 

Plus 15 per cent on $13.15, 1 97 



$13,383 80 
Less amount retained . 38 46 



13,345 34 
$13,852 64 



Washington street, from 78 feet south of Court avenue to Beach street. 
Length, 2,815 linear feet. Area, 7,250 square yards. Edgestone 
reset and wood block pavement furnished and laid. 

Engineering $302 52 

Inspection . . ' 58 45 

Engineering expense 143 71 

Advertising 1 13 

Amount paid to B. E. Grant, under contract: 
1,747 square yards existing 
mortar bed picked and 
removed @ 10c. . . $174 70 

113 square yards existing con- 
crete base excavated 
and removed @ 50c. . 56 50 

28 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 12c. . 3 36 
83 square . yards existing 
granite block paving re- 
laid, gravel joints, @, $1, 83 00 
20 square yards existing flag- 
ging crosswalks relaid, 
grout joints, @ $1 . 20 00 
7,250 square yards wood block 
pavement furnished and 
laid @ $3.40 . . . 24,650 00 
37 square yards existing brick 

sidewallvs relaid @ 35c., 12 95 

1 cover reset @ $3 . . 3 00 

Carried forward . . . $25,003 51 $505 81 



• Public Works Department. 261 

Brought forward . . . $25,003 51 S505 81 

Extra work — Omit the 
furnishing and laying of 
concrete base (1-3-6 
mix) and substitute the 
furnishing and laying of 
concrete base ( 1-1^-3 
mix): 
150 cubic yards concrete base 
furnished and laid (1- 
li-3) @ $12 . . . 1,800 00 

Extra work — Remove 
materials left by corpo- 
rations and repair clo- 
sures caused by delaying 
in resetting manholes 
and boxes: 
82 hours, foreman, @ 75c. . 61 50 

993 hours' labor @ 40c. . . 397 20 

94 hours, paver, @ 75c. . 70 50 

64 hours, rammer, @ 45c. . 28 80 

Plus 15 per cent on $558 . 83 70 

80 hours, auto truck, @ 

$4.37i .... 350 00 

4 hours, double team, @ 

75c 3 00 



$27,798 21 
Less 5 per cent retained . 100 00 

27,698 21 

$28,204 02 

West Broadway, from Dorchester avenue to E street. Length, 2,598 linear 
feet. Area, 11,572 square yards. Asphalt pavement was laid on a 
concrete base with brick block gutters. 

Engineermg $926 14 

Inspection 810 63 

Engineering expense 37 47 

Labor, handling stock 94 00 

Labor, making templets 6 00 

Chemists' wages 42 59 

Teaming 2 50 

Amount paid to Warren Brothers Company, 
under contract: 
550 square yards existing 

granite block paving 

relaid, gravel joints, @ 

53c. . . . . $291 50 

1,625 square yards existing 

granite block paving re- 
laid, including concrete 

base, grout joints, @ $2, 3,250 00 

8,539 square yards concrete 

base, bituminous c o n - 

Crete binder and a s - 

phalt wearing surface 

furnished and laid @ 

$2.09 .... 17,846 51 

Carried forward . . . $21,388 01 $1,919 33 



262 City Document No. 26. 

Brought forward . . . $21,388 01 $1,919 33 
542 square yards bituminous 

concrete binder and 

asphalt wearing surface 

furnished and laid on 

existing foundation @ 

$1.21 .... 655 82 

1,100 square yards c o n c r e t e 
base and brick block 
pavement furnished and 
laid @ $2.83 ... 3,113 00 

8 covers reset @ $3 . . 24 00 

Extra work — Furnish 
and lay extra bitumi- 
nous binder where di- 
rected: 
10 cubic yards extra bitumi- 
nous binder furnished 
and laid @ $10 . . 100 00 

Extra work — Patch old 
asphalt wearing surface 
in front of the St. Peter 
and Paul's Church: 
612 square yards asphalt wear- 
ing surface furnished 
and laid @ $1.37 . . 838 44 

Extra work — Furnish 
stonecutter to trim 
edgestone : 
32 hours, stonecutter, @ 62|c. 20 00 

Plus 15 per cent on $20 . 3 00 

Extra work — Pile pav- 
ing blocks on East Fifth 

245 hours' labor @ 40c. . . 98 00 

Plus 15 per cent on $98 . 14 70 

Extra work — Cut out and 
remove existing bitu- 
lithic pavement at East 
street intersection: 
2| hours, foreman, @ 75c. . 
57§ hours' labor @ 40c. . 

Plus 15 per cent on $24.88, 
2 hours, auto truck, @ $3.75, 
Extra work — Remove old 
asphalt pavement where 
directed: 
16 hours, foreman, @ 75c. . 
128 hours' labor @ 40c. . 

Plus 15 per cent on $63.20, 

32 hours, double team, @ 75c., 

Extra work — Regulate 

existing concrete base 

where directed : 

36 hours, foreman, @ 75c. . 

314 hours' labor @ 40c. . 

Plus 15 per cent on 
$152.60 .... 
20 hours, double team, @ 75c. 
78 bags cement @ 60c. 

Carried forward . . . $26,625 05 $1,919 33 



1 


88 


23 


00 


3 


73 


7 


50 


12 


00 


51 


20 


9 


48 


24 


00 


27 


00 


125 


60 


22 


89 


15 


00 


46 


80 



Public Works Department. 263 

Brought forward . . . $26,625 05 $1,919 33 
Extra work — Bar, ram 
and concrete high pres- 
sure water trench: 

7 hours, forennan, @ 75c. . 5 25 
51 hours' labor @ 40c. . . 20 40 

8 hours, paver, @ 75c. . 6 00 
Plus 15 per cent on $31 .65, 4 75 

6 bags cement @ 60c. . . 3 60 

81 cubic feet sand @ 5c. . 4 05 



$26,669 10 
Less 5 per cent retained . 1,333 46 

25,335 64 

$27,254 97 
Credit: Blocks, 1,237,600 old granite . . 2,475 20 



$24,779 77 



West Canton street, from Tremont street to Appleton street. (Work done 
in 1916.) 

Engineering $59 98 

Engineering expense 20 

$60 18 



STREETS CONSTRUCTED OR IN PROCESS OF CON- 
STRUCTION UNDER CHAPTER 393 OF THE ACTS 
OF 1906, AND THE COST CHARGED TO THE 
APPROPRIATION FOR HIGHWAYS, MAKING OF. 

Ainsworth street footway, from Tyndale street to Belgrade avenue. Con- 
structed footway under railroad tracks. (Work done in 1916.) 

Engineering expense $8 00 

Amount paid to Charles J. Jacobs & Co., 
final payment on contract for work done in 
1916 285 20 

Amount paid to New York, New Haven & 
Hartford Railroad: 

Labor and materials used in supporting tracks 
over footway while the same was being 

constructed 1,516 76 

$1,809 96 



Alexander street, from Bird street to about 527 feet northerly. Length, 
527 Unear feet. Area, 1,588 square yards. Special cut granite block 
roadway, granite edgestone and artificial stone sidewalks were con- 
structed. 

Engineering ........ $12 65 

Inspection 13 58 

Engineering expense 60 

Carried forward $26 83 



264 City Document No. 26. 

Brought forward $26 83 

Road oU 160 74 

Crushed stone 43 55 

Amount paid to James Doherty, vmder con- 
tract : 

Removing trees, etc., . $45 00 

1,284 cubic yards earth ex- 
cavation @ 60c. . . 770 40 

47^ cubic yards water box 

excavation @ $1 . 47 50 

29.5 cubic yards rock excava- 
tion @ $5.50 . . 162 25 

545 linear feet straight edge- 
stone and corners 
hauled and set @ 18c., 98 10 

68 linear feet circular edge- 
stone set @ 13c. . . 8 84 

163 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 12c. . 19 56 

12 square yards granite block 

paving, hauled and laid, 

gravel joints, @ 55c. . 6 60 

13 square yards existing 

granite block paving 
relaid, gravel joints, @ 
40c 5 20 

1,818 square yards granite 
block paving furnished 
and laid, including con- 
crete base, @ $3.25 . 5,908 50 
28 square yards flagging 
crosswalks hauled and 
laid, grout joints, 
including concrete, @ 
$1.65 .... 46 20 

3,494 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks furnished 
and laid @ 12ic. . 436 75 

109 square feet artificial stone 
driveways furnished 
and laid @ 13c. . . 14 17 

1 cover reset @ $3 . . 3 00 

Extra work — Omit the 
artificial stone side- 
walks on the easterly 
side from Bird street 
to the railroad drive- 
way and substitute a 
crushed stone sidewalk : 
16 hours' labor @ 35c. . 5 60 

Plus 15 per cent on 

$5.60 .... 84 

Uttht tons crushed stone @ 

$1.50 .... 17 93 



$7,596 44 
Less amount paid in 1916, 6,170 04 



1,426 40 

$1,657 52 



Public Wokks Department. 265 

Alger street, from Dorchester avenue to New York, New Haven & Hart- 
ford Railroad. Length, 549 linear feet. Area, 2,074 square yards. 
Filling furnished. (Work unfinished.) 

Engineering . $114 28 

Inspection 108 01 

Engineering expense 3 13 

Advertising 8 38 

Amount paid to Frank J. Hannon, under 

contract : 
750 cubic yards filling furnished 

and placed @ 90c. . . S675 00 

Less 15 per cent retained . 101 25 

573 75 

$807 55 

Amory street, from Centre street to Bragdon street. Length, 1,408 linear 
feet. Area, 5,792 square yards. Special cut granite block roadway 
with concrete base, granite edgestones and artificial stone sidewalks. 

Engineering $234 08 

Inspection 310 96 

Engineering expense 17 45 

Advertising 4 48 

Lumber 8 59 

Edgestone 201 90 

Chemists' wages 45 00 

Labor, making templets 9 00 

Labor, handling stock ..... 1 28 



Credit: Flagging . . . $11 52 

Blocks .... 98 00 



Amoimt paid to James Doherty, imder con- 
tract : 

Removing trees, etc. . $45 00 

3,596 cubic yards earth exca- 
vation @ 66|c. . . 2,391 34 
249 cubic yards rock excava- 
tion @ $5.50 . . 1,369 50 
1,559 linear feet straight edge- 
stone and corners 
hauled and set @ 18c., 280 62 
442 linear feet circular edge- 
stone set @, 13c. . . 57 46 
753 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 14fc. . Ill 07 
843 cubic yards concrete base 
furnished and laid @ 
$5.25 .... 4,425 75 
112 square yards existing 
granite block paving 
relaid, gravel joints, @ 

45c 50 40 

5,055 square yards granite block 
paving furnished and 
laid, grout joints, @ 
$2.49 .... 12,586 95 



$832 74 

109 52 

$723 22 



Carried forward . . . $21,318 09 $723 22 



266 City Document No. 26. 



Brought forward 


$21,318 09 $723 22 


18,392 square feet artificial stone 




sidewalks furnished and 




laid @ 12fc. 


2,344 98 


21 covers reset @ $3 . 


63 00 


103 cubic yards loam fur- 




nished and placed @ 




$1.40 .... 


144 20 


Extra work — Remove 




existing driveway at 




the Trimoimt Manu- 




facturing Com p a n y 




and relocate it where 




directed : 




1 hour, foreman, @ 62|c. . 


63 


8 hours, paver, @ 62^c. . 


5 00 


35 hours' labor @ 35c. 


12 25 


Plus 15 per cent on 




$17.88 .... 


2 68 


2 hours, double team, @ 




75c 


1 50 


Extra work — Slope the 




banks outside the 




street line where di- 




rected : 




22 hours, foreman, @ 62|c., 


13 75 


210 hours' labor @ 35c. 


73 50 ^ 


4 hours, water boy, @ 25c., 


1 00 


Plus li per cent on 




$88.25 .... 


13 24 


75 hours, double team, @ 




75c 


56 25 


Extra work — Haul the 




edgestone stored near 




the street to the line of 




work: 




2| hours, foreman, @ 62Jc., 


1 56 


23 hours' labor @ 30c. 


6 90 


Plus 15 per cent on 




$8.46 .... 


1 27 


3 hours, double team, @ 




75c 


2 25 


Extra work — R e m o ve 




stump not shown on 




plan: 




5 hours' labor @ 30c. 


1 50 


Plus 15 per cent on 




$1.50 .... 


23 


Extra work — Refill set- 




tlement on sewer 




trench : 




4 hours' labor @ 30c. 


1 20 


Plus 15 per cent on 




$1.20 .... 


18 


Extra work — Haul in- 




spectors' shanty from 




city yard and erect 




same on line of work : 




6 hours' labor @ 30c. 


1 80 


Plus 15 per cent on 




$1.80 .... 


27 



Carried forward . . . $24,067 23 $723 22 



Public Works Department. 267 



ought forward 


$24,067 23 


$723 22 


8 hours, double team, @ 






75c 


6 00 




Extra work — Regulate 






settlement over water 






trench : 






1 hour, paver, @ 62^0. 


63 




4 hours' labor @ 35c. 


1 40 




Plus 15 per cent on 






$2.03 .... 


30 




Extra work — Cut gut- 






termouth in edgestone 






where directed: 






8 hours, stonecutter, @ 






62ic 


5 00 




Plus 15 per cent on $5 . 


75 






$24,081 31 




Less amount paid in 1916, 


1,400 20 


22,681 11 










$23,404 33 



Ardent street, from Belgrade avenue to Colberg avenue. Length, 301 
linear feet. Area, 870 square yards. Flagging crosswalks relaid on 
4-inch concrete base with cement grout joints, asphalt surface laid 
on 4-inch concrete base and artificial stone sidewalks laid. (Work 
done in 1916.) 

Amount paid to Central Construction Company, under 
contract : 
129 cubic yards earth excavation @ 55c. . $70 95 

8 linear feet existing edgestone reset @ 

12c 96 

1 square yard existing granite block pav- 
ing relaid, gravel joints, @ 50c. . 50 

9 square yards existing granite block pav- 

ing relaid, grout joints, including 
concrete base, @ $1.25 ... 11 25 

17 square yards existing flagging cross 
walks relaid, grout joints, including 
concrete base, @ $1.25 ... 21 25 

865 square yards concrete base, bituminous 
concrete binder and asphalt wear- 
ing surface furnished and laid @ 
$1.58 . . . . . . . 1,366 70 

3,363 square feet artificial stone sidewalks 
furnished and laid ©life. 

4 covers reset @ $3 

Extra work — Grade roadway for 4-inch 
concrete base: 

21 hours, foreman, @ 62^c 

145 hours' labor @ 30c 

Plus 15 per cent on $56.63 
21 hours, steam roller, @ $1.50 . 



395 


15 


12 


00 


13 


13 


43 


50 


8 


49 


31 


50 



$1,975 38 
Less amount paid in 1916 . . . 1,544 83 



$430 55 



Atkins street, from Washington street to Stratton street. Length, 618 
linear feet. Area, 1,805 square yards. Edgestone set, roadway paved 
with asphalt and artificial stone sidewalks constructed. 



268 



City Document No. 26. 



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

Edgestone, 1,100 feet straight, 4 small corners 
and 58 feet 10-inch circular and 4 special 

cut pieces 

Amount paid Central Construction Com- 
pany, under contract: 
550 cubic yards earth excava- 
tion @ 74c. . 
1,100 linear feet straight edge- 
stone and corners hauled 
and set @ 23c. 
83 linear feet circular edge- 
stone set @ 15c. . 
1,510 square yards concrete 
base, bituminous con- 
crete binder and 
asphalt wearing surface 
furnished and laid @ 
$2.05 .... 
7,120 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks furnished and 
laid @ 14fc. . 
Extra work 



$407 00 



253 00 
12 45 



3,095 50 



1,050 20 
640 00 



$236 37 
141 10 

3 80 
8 51 

4 00 



929 17 



5,458 15 



),781 10 



Atwell road, from Richwood street to Park street. (Work not started.) 

Engineering $39 00 

Engineering expense 25 

Teaming 18 89 

$58 14 



Augustus avenue, from Metropolitan avenue to Ethel street. Length, 414 
linear feet. Area, 1,261 square yards. Edgestone was reset, new 
edgestone set, roadway surfaced with bituminous macadam, and 
artificial stone sidewalks and driveways furnished and laid. 

Engineering $71 51 

Inspection 65 50 

Engineering expense 9 31 

Lumber 1 85 

Asphalt, 3,132 gallons Bermudez ... 563 76 

Amount paid to Martino DeMatteo, under 
contract : 

Removing trees, bushes, 

etc $5 00 

516 cubic yards earth excava- 
tion @ 75c. . . . 387 00 
7 cubic yards water box ex- 
cavation @ $5 . . 35 00 
602 linear feet straight edge- 
stone and corners hauled 
and set @ 25c. . . 150 50 
136 linear feet circular edge- 

_ stone set @ 12c. . . 16 32 

20 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 13c- . 2 60 



Carried forward 



$596 42 



$711 93 



Public Works Department. 



269 



Brought forward 

360 linear feet crushed stone 
and concrete founda- 
tion furnished and 
placed @ 14c. 

1,256 square yards bituminous 
macadam furnished and 
laid @ 80c. . 
5,021 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks furnished and 
laid @ 14c. 
9 covers reset @ $3 
Extra work — Repair tar 
macadam roadway over 
telephone trench on 
Metropolitan avenue at 
Augustus avenue : 
8 hours' labor @ 35c. . 

Plus 15 per cent on $2.80 . 
3 hours, double team, @ 75c. 
14 square yards bituminous 
macadam surface fur- 
nished and placed @ 

80c 

Extra work — Transplant 
tree as directed: 
8 hours' labor @ 35c. . 
Plus 15 per cent on $2.80 . 
Extra work — Furnish 
and place additional 
drains to connect cin- 
der foundation of side- 
walk with catch basins 
as directed: 
2 drains @ 75c. . 
Extra work — Furnish 
lights at night for wall 
removed from corner of 
Metropolitan avenue 
and stored in street : 
17 nights' lighting @ $1 .25 .' 



Less amount paid in 1916, 



$596 42 

50 40 

1,004 80 



702 94 
27 00 



2 80 

42 

2 25 



$711 93 



11 20 



2 80 

42 



1 50 



21 25 



J,225 72 
508- 06 



Less amount retained 



,717 66 
333 86 



1,383 80 



$2,095 73 



Baird street, from Morton street to Blue Hill avenue. 

Engineering 

Engineering expense 



(Work not started.) 
$51 00 
70 

$51 70 



Bardwell street, from South street to Ballard street. Length, 613 hnear 
feet. Area, 1,260 square yards. Edgestone set, sheet asphalt pave- 
ment laid on 4-inch concrete base, and artificial stone sidewalks con- 
structed. 



270 



City DoclTment No. 26. 



Engineering .... 
Inspection .... 
Engineering expense . 
Chemists' wages . 
Repairing bitulithic pavement 
Amount paid to Central Construction Com- 
pany, under contract: 

Removing trees, bushes, 

etc $72 00 

661 cubic yards earth excava- 
tion @ 55c. . . . 363 55 
948 linear feet straight edge- 
stone and corners 
hauled and set @ 17c., 161 16 
296 linear feet circular edge- 
stone set @ 15e. . . 44 40 
4 square yards existing 
granite block paving re- 
laid, gravel joints, @ 
50c. .... ■ 2 00 
1,328 square yards concrete 
base, bituminous con- 
crete binder and asphalt 
wearing surface fur- 
nished and laid @. $1 .58, 2,098 24 
4,517 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks furnished and 
laid (a) life. ... 530 75 
2 covers reset @ $3 . . 6 00 
Extra work — Cut sheath- 
ings as directed : 
8 hours' labor @ 30c. . . 2 40 
Plus 15 per cent on $2.40, 36 
Extra work — Remove 
edgestone already set 
and construct driveway : 
5| hours, edgestone setter, @ 

75c 

6 hours, helper, @ 33|c. 

Plus 15 per cent on $6.13, 
1 hour, double team, @ 75c., 



Less amount paid inl916. 



4 13 
2 00 

92 
75 


$3,288 66 
1,545 09 



$92 98 

22 96 

1 90 

7 20 

35 72 



1,743 57 



L,904 33 



Bayswater street, from Austin avenue to Waupello road. (Work not 
started.) 

Engineering $87 13 

Engineering expense 35 

$87 48 



Bellvista road, from Allston street to Brookline line. (Work not started.) 

Engineering • . . $59 00 

Engineering expense 55 

Advertising 3 88 

$63 43 



Public Works Department. 271 

Bexley road, from Washington street to Florence street. (Work not 
started.) 

Engineering .|1 28 

Edgestone, 1.590 feet straight and 28 feet 2 

inches circular 1,192 26 

$1,193 54 

Blake street, from Hyde Park boundary across Randolph road. Length, 
1,469 linear feet. Area, 4,243 square yards. Edgestone set, gutters 
repaved and roadway paved with asphalt and artificial stone sidewalks 
constructed. 

Engineering $88 83 

Inspection 46 58 

Engineering expense 35 

Advertising 4 48 

Labor, handling stock 3 15 

Edgestone, 230 feet straight and 25 feet 8 inches 

circular 197 94 

Amount paid Central Construction Company, 
under contract ; 
120 cubic yards earth excava- 
tion @ 74c. ... $88 80 
2 cubic yards rock excava- 
tion @ $6 . . . 12 00 
210 linear feet straight edge- 
stone and corners hauled 
and set @ 23c. . . 48 30 
48 linear feet circular edge- 
stone set @ 15c. . . 7 20 
400 square yards concrete 
base, bituminous con- 
crete binder and asphalt 
wearing surface fur- 
nished and laid @ $2.05, 820 00 ' 
1,390 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks furnished and 
laid @ 14fc. ... 205 03 
Extra work ... 120 00 

1,301 33 

$1,642 66 



Breck avenue, from Washington street to Langley road. Length, 207 linear 
feet. Area, 700 square yards, Edgestone set, bituminous macadam 
roadway constructed and artificial stone sidewalks built. 

Engineering 

Inspection 

Engineering expense 

Labor, handhng stock 

Edgestone, 357 feet 9 inches straight, 148 feet 
circular and 2 small corners .... 

Teaming 

Amount paid to Martino DeMatteo, under 
contract : 

250 cubic yards earth excava- 
tion @ 75c. . . . $187 50 
200 linear feet straight edge- 
stone and corners hauled 
and set @ 25c. . . 50 00 



$119 35 


89 


30 


3 


10 


4 


54 


454 


43 


4 


00 



Carried forward . . . $237 50 $674 72 



272 City Document No. 26. 

$674 72 



Brought forward 


$237 50 


95 linear feet circular edge- 




stone set @ 12c. . 


11 40 


1.700 square feet artificial stone 




sidewalks furnished and 




laid @ 14c. . 


238 00 




$486 90 


Less 15 per cent retained . 


73 03 



413 87 

$1,088 59 

Brunswick street, from Blue Hill avenue to Normandy street. Length, 
639 linear feet. Area, 1,852 square yards. Edgestone was set, 
gutters repaved, roadway paved with asphalt and artificial stone 
sidewalks and driveways were constructed. 

Engineering $2 55 

Engineering expense 30 

Chemists' wages 9 00 

Amount paid Central Construction Company, 
under contract: 
398 cubic yards earth excava- 
tion @ 55c. . . . $218 90 
46yV cubic yards rock excava- 
tion @ $5 . . . 233 50 
44 square yards existing gran- 
ite block paving relaid, 
gravel joints, @ 40c. . 17 60 
1,849 square yards concrete 
base, bituminous c o n - 
Crete binder and asphalt 
wearing surface f u r - 
nished and laid @ $1.60, 2,958 40 
7,649 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks furnished and 
laid @ 12ic. . . . 956 13 
67 square feet artificial stone 
driveways furnished and 
laid @> 14c. ... 938 00 
1 cover reset @ $3 . . 3 00 

$4,396 91 
Less amount paid in 1916, 3,539 83 

$857 08 
Less amount retained . 29 42 

827 66 

$839 51 

Burlington avenue, from Brookline avenue about 501 feet northwest. 
(Work not started.) 

Engineering $35 00 

Engineering expense 55 

Labor, excavating roadway .... 294 95 

Teaming 56 00 

$386 50 



Cameron street, from Hancock street 530 feet southwesterly. (Work not 
started.) 
Engineering $5 00 



(Work not started.) 


$61 78 




90 




8 58 




12 00 






$83 26 



Public Works Department. 273 



Carmel street, from Tremont street to Delle avenue. 

Engineering 

Engineering expense 

Advertising 

Blocks 



Caspian way, from Savin Hill avenue to about 520 feet easterly. Length, 
520 linear feet. Area, 1,540 square yards. Asphalt macadam roadway, 
new granite edgestone and artificial stone sidewalks constructed. 

Engineering . $244 33 

Inspection 176 80 

Engineering expense 27 58 

Labor, handling stock 10 13 

Edgestone, 665 feet 7 inches straight, 200 feet 

6| inches circular and 6 small corners . 752 44 

Road oil 743 22 

Amount paid to M. DeMatteo, under con- 
tract : 
300 cubic yards earth excava- 
tion @ 75c. . . . $225 00 
150 cubic yards rock excava- 
tion @ $5 . . . 750 00 
669 linear feet straight edge- 
stone and corners hauled 
and set @ 25c. . . 167 25 
204 linear feet circular edge- 
stone set @ 12c. . . 24 48 
84 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 13c. . 10 92 
1,542 square yards bituminous 
macadam surface fvu*- 
nished and placed @ 
80c. • . • . • 1.233 60 
2,335 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks furnished and 
laid @ 14c. . . . 326 90 
95 square feet artificial stone 
driveways fiirnished and 

laid @ 20c 19 00 

9 covers reset @ $3 . . 27 00 

$2,784 15 
Less 15 per cent retained, 417 62 

2,366 53 

$4,321 03 

Cedric street, from Magazine street to Langdon street. Length, 616 linear 
feet. Area, 1,369 square yards. Edgestone was set, asphalt wearing 
surface fm-nished and laid and artificial stone sidewalks furnished and 
laid. 

Engineering $4 87 

Engineering expense 60 

Chemists' wages 8 00 

Amount paid Central Construction Company, 

under contract: 
1,318 cubic yards earth excava- 
tion @ 55c. . . . $724 90 



Carried forward . . . $724 90 $13 47 



274 City Document No. 26. 



Brovght forward 


$724 90 


$13 47 


1,179 linear feet straight edge- 






stone and corners hauled 






and set @ 18c 


212 22 




20 linear feet circular edge- 






stone set @ lie. . 


2 20 




11 linear feet existing edge- 






stone reset @ 10c. 


1 10 




1,356 square yards concrete base. 






bituminous concrete 






binder and asphalt 






wearing surface fur- 






ni-shed and laid @ $1.60, 


2,169 60 




5,302 square feet artificial stone 






sidewalks fiu"nished and 






laid @ 12^c. . 


662 75 




5 covers reset @ $3 . 


15 00 






$3,787 77 




Less amount paid in 1916, 


3,211 19 

$576 58 




Less amount retained 


29 42 


547 16 








#OOU DO 



Centervale park, from Upland avenue to Bourneside street. Length, 517 
linear feet. Area, 2,219 square yards. Concrete base, asphalt pave- 
ment, granite edgestone and artificial stone sidewalks with loam spaces 
constructed. 

Engineering . . . ' $66 23 

Engineering expense 5 47 

Chemists' wages 9 00 

Photographs 9 50 

Amount paid to the Central Construction 

Company, under contract: 
1,112 cubic yards earth excava- 
tion (s 55c. . . . $611 60 
1,867 linear feet straight edge- 
stone and corners 
hauled and set @ 18c. . 336 06 
32 linear feet circular edge- 
stone set @ lie. . . 3 52 
68 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 10c. . 6 80 
2,219 square yards concrete base, 
bituminous concrete 
binder and asphalt 
wearing surface fur- 
nished and laid @ $1 .60, 3,550 40 
1 ,100 square yards artificial 
stone sidewalks fur- 
nished and laid @ 12|c., 
7 covers reset @, $3 
1,050 square yards loam spaces 
graded and seeded @ 
9c 

Less amount paid in 1916, 

Less amount retained 



137 50 






21 00 






94 50 






$4,761 38 
3,393 45 






$1,367 93 
29 42 


1,338 51 






$1,428 71 







Public Works Department. 



275 



Charles street, at Beacon street. 


Edgestone reset. 


Labor, edgestone excavating .... !S121 28 


T,abor, edgestone resetting 








73 75 


Labor, roadway excavating 








48 31 


Labor, roadway repaving . 








96 50 


Labor, crosswalk repaving 








45 00 


Labor, handling stock 








1 35 


Teaming 










208 00 


Edgestone 












86 04 


Flagging 












7 02 


Blocks . 












23 00 


Sand 












60 


Gravel . 












32 20 


Crushed stone 












75 


Cement 












71 



5744 51 



Clarendon street, extended to Columbus avenue. (Work not started.) 
Engineering $4 00 



Cliff mont street, from Canterbury street to 1,120 feet southerly. 
1,120 linear feet. Area, 3,315 square yards. Edgestone set. 
unfinished.) 

Engineering $82 36 

Inspection 116 61 

Engineering expense 2 55 

Advertising 5 98 

Edgestone, 501 feet 3 inches straight . . 360 90 

Labor, handling stock 4 63 

Amount paid Martino DeMatteo, under 

contract : 
500 linear feet straight edge- 
stone and corners hauled 
and set (unfinished) @ 
8c. . . . . . $40 00 

Constructing wall and fence 
(unfinished) 



Length, 
(Work 



Less 15 per cent retained 



500 00 

$540 00 
81 00 



459 00 



$1,032 03 



Conley street, from Old Colony parkway to Tenean street. Length, 473 
linear feet. Area, 1,367 square yards. Filling furnished. (Con- 
struction not started.) 

Engineering .... 

Engineering expense . 



Advertising 

Labor, roadway excavating 

Teaming .... 

Labor, edgestone resetting 

Labor, handling stock 

Amount paid to D. M. Biggs & Co. 

contract: 
1,200 cubic yards filling fur- 
nished and placed @ 95c. $1 
Less 15 per cent retained . 



under 



140 00 
171 00 



Gravel . 

Carried forward 



$43 59 

1 95 

4 30 

71 12 

77 03 

170 54 

4 50 



969 00 
24 13 

$1,366 16 



276 City Document No. 26. 



Brought forward $1,366 16 

Cement 59 

Lumber 1 98 

Edgestone, 300 feet 216 00 



,584 73 



Cornell street, from Orange street to Colberg avenue. Length, 1,437 linear 
feet. Area, 4,151 square yards. Bituminous macadam roadway, 
granite edgestone and artificial stone sidewalks constructed. 

Engineering 

Inspection 



Engineering expense . 
Lumber, $2.48, and naUs, 15c. 
Labor, handling stock 
Edgestone, 2,406 feet 8-inch straight, 8 small 
corners, 2 special cut and 68 feet circular . 

Road oil, 10,382 gallons 

Teaming 

Amount paid to M. DeMatteo, under con- 
tract : 
4,500 cubic yards earth exca- 
vation @ 75c. . . $3,375 00 
2,450 linear feet straight edge- 
stone and corners 
hauled and set @ 25c., 612 50 

75 linear feet circular edge- 
stone set @ 12c. . . 9 00 
1,300 linear feet crushed stone 
and concrete founda- 
tion furnished and laid 

@ 14c 182 00 

4,000 square yards bituminous 
macadam surface fur- 
nished and placed @ 

80c 3,200 00 

16,350 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks furnished and 
laid @ 14c. . . . 2,289 00 



$357 96 


467 83 


104 70 


2 63 


37 81 


,867 72 


,868 76 


5 00 



$9,667 50 
Less amount paid in 1916, 637 50 



$9,030 00 
Less amount retained . 1,450 13 



7,579 87 

$12,282 28 



Cummings road, from Commonwealth avenue to Brighton avenue. Length, 
903 linear feet. Area, 2,714 square yards. Edgestone set, granite 
block gutters and brows laid on a 4-inch concrete base, cement grout 
joints, sheet asphalt pavement laid on 4-inch concrete base and arti- 
ficial stone sidewalks with loam spaces built. 

Engineering $344 41 

Inspection 196 92 

Engineering expense 8 40 

Labor, handling stock 22 53 

Chemists' wages 14 40 

Edgestone, 1,485 feet straight, 6 small corners 

and 343 feet 7 inches circular . . . 1,521 37 

Carried forward $2,108 03 



Public Works Department. 277 

Brought forward $2,108 03 

Amount paid Central Construction Com- 
pany, under contract : 
900 cubic yards earth excava- 
tion @ 74c. . . . $666 00 
171 cubic yards rock excava- 
tion @ S6 . . . 1,026 00 
1,455 linear feet straight edge- 
stone and corners 
hauled and set @ 23c. . 334 65 
343 linear feet circular edge- 
stone set @ 15c. . . 61 45 
2,200 square yards concrete base, 
bituminous concrete 
binder and asphalt 
wearing surface fur- 
nished and laid @ $2.05, 4,510 00 
7,200 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks furnished and 
laid @ 14fc. . . . 1,062 00 
100 square feet artificial stone 
driveways furnished and 
laid ® 14f c. ... 14 75 
Extra work — Omit fur- 
nishing and laying of 
brick block gutters, etc. : 
500 square yards concrete base 
and second-hand granite 
block gutters furnished 
and laid @ $2 . . 1,000 00 
Extra work — Omit arti- 
ficial stone sidewalk and 
substitute loam space 
and place additional 
framing : 
7,200 square feet additional 
framing furnished and 
placed @ 2ic. . . 162 00 
400 square yards loam space 
furnished, placed and 
seeded @ 75c. . • 300 00 

9,126 85 

$11,234 88 



Dana avenue footway, from Dana avenue to Easton avenue. Length, 
75 linear feet. Artificial stone steps and landing constructed. 
(Work done, but no payment made in 1917.) 

Engineering $116 11 

Inspection 19 33 

Engineering expense 7 26 

Advertising 4 50 

$147 20 

Deer street, from Roach street to Melviuside terrace. (Work not started.) 
Engineering $13 00 

Denny street, near Savin HiU Playground. Discontinued and widened. 

Engineering $6 85 

Advertising 4 48 

$11 33 



278 City Document No. 26. 

Doivner avenue, from DeWolf street to Sawder avenue. Length,^838 
linear feet. Area, 2,321 square yards. Edgestone was reset, street 
was surfaced with bituminous macadam and artificial stone sidewalks 
and driveways were constructed. 

Engineering $>184 99 

Engineering expense 8 60 

Inspection 114 48 

Advertising 4 48 

Labor, handling stock 16 11 

Edgestone, 1,166 feet straight, 2 small cor- 
ners and 1 special stone .... 909 71 
Asphalt, 5,914 gallons Bermudez . . . 1,064 52 

$2,302 89 
Credit: Blocks 14 00 



Amount paid to Martino DeMatteo, under 
contract : 

950 cubic yards earth excava- 
tion @ 75c. . . . $712 50 
17 cubic yards rock excava- 
tion @ $5 . . . 85 00 
1,050 linear feet straight edge- 
stone and corners hauled 
and set @ 25c. . 262 50 
30 linear feet circular edge- 
stone set @ 12c. . , 3 60 
2,320 square yards bituminous 
macadam surface fur- 
nished and placed @ 
80c. . . . . 1,856 00 
6,500 square yards artificial 
stone sidewalks fur- 
nished and laid @ 14c. . 910 00 
50 square feet artificial stone 
driveways furnished and 
laid @ 20c. . . 
7 covers reset @ $3 



Less amount retained 



Dunbar avenue, from Washington street westerly 
Engineering .... 



2,288 89 



10 00 




21 00 




$3,860 60 
579 09 






3,281 51 
$5,570 40 




set westerly. 


(Work not started.) 




$5 00 



Dunlap street, from Washington street to Whitfield street. (Work done 
in 1916.) 
Engineering expense $0 20 

Dunster road, from Centre street to Pond street. Length, 1,770 linear 
feet. Area, 5,113 square yards. Concrete base, asphalt pavement, 
granite edgestone and artificial stone sidewalks constructed. 

Engineering $131 25 

Inspection 46 93 

Engineering expense 5 81 

Chemists' wages 43 17 

Carried forward $227 16 



Public Works Department. 279 

Brought forimrd ...... $227 16 

Labor, handling stock 10 

Edgestone 12 80 

Teaming 2 50 

Amount paid Central Construction Company, 
under contract: 

Removing trees, bushes, 

etc $39 00 

2,048 cubic yards earth excava- 
tion @55c. . . . 1,126 40 

7 cubic j^ards water box 

excavation @ $2 . 14 00 

1,051 linear feet straight edge- 
stone and corners 
hauled and set @ 17c., 178 67 

19 linear feet circular edge- 
stone set @ 15c. . . 2 85 
97 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 12c. . 11 64 
5 square yards existing 
granite block paving 
relaid, gravel joints, @ 

50c 2 50 

5,074 square yards concrete 
base, bituminous con- 
crete binder and as- 
phalt wearing surface 
furnished and laid @ 
$1.58 . . . . 8,316 92 

10,678 square feet artificial 
stone sidewalks fur- 
nished and laid @ 
life. . .. . • 1,254 67 

813 square feet artificial stone 
driveways furnished 
and laid @ 15c. . . 121 95 

15 covers reset @ $3 . . 45 00 

493 square yards loam spaces 
furnished and laid @ 

60c 295 80 

Extra work — Furnish 
additional framing for 
artificial stone side- 
walks between Dane 
and Pond streets on 
account of loam spaces : 
1,802 linear feet additional 

framing @ 5|c. . . 99 11 

Extra work — Remove 
edgestone and con- 
struct driveway at No. 
80: 

8 hours, edgestone setter, 

@ 75c 6 00 

8 hours, helper, @ 37|c. . 3 00 

Plus 15 per cent on $9 . 1 35 

Extra work — ■ Removing 
edgestone already set 
and construct drive- 
way at No. 113: 
. 8 hours, edgestone setter, 

@ 75c. . . . : 6 00 



Carried forward . . . $11,524 86 $242 56 



280 City Document No. 26. 

$242 56 



Brought forward 


. $11,524 86 


24 hours, helper, @ 37§c. . 


9 00 


Plus 15 per cent on $15, 


2 25 


8 hours, double team, @ 




87|c 


7 00 


Extra work — Remove 




existing edgestone al- 




ready set and con- 




struct driveway at No. 




76: 




A.\ hours, edgestone setter, 




@ 75c 


3 38 


13| hoiirs, helper, @ 33§c. . 


4 50 


2 hours' labor @ 30c. 


60 


Plus 15 per cent on 




$8.48 .... 


1 27 


2 hours, double team, @ 




75c 


1 50 



$11,254 36 
Less amount paid in 1916, 4,370 36 



6,884 00 

$7,126 56 

Epping street, from Washington street to Norfolk street. Length, 241 
linear feet. Area, 556 square yards. Asphalt roadway, concrete 
base, new edgestones and artificial stone sidewalks were constructed. 

Engineering ' . $59 64 

Inspection 81 97 

Engineering expense 6 94 

Edgestone 34 44 

Bitulithic repairs 246 57 

Amount paid Central Construction Com- 
pany, under contract: 
400 cubic yards earth excava- 
tion @ 55c. . . . $220 00 
370 linear feet straight edge- 
stones and corners 
hauled and set @ 18c. . 66 60 
40 linear feet circular edge- 
stones set @ lie. . . 4 40 
70 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 10c. . 7 00 
500 square yards concrete base, 
bituminous concrete 
binder and asphalt wear- 
ing surface @ $1.60 . 800 00 
2,100 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks furnished and 
laid @ 12|c. ... 262 50 

$1,360 50 
Less amount paid in 1916, 93 50 

$1,267 00 
Amount retained . . 16 50 

1,250 50 

$1,680 06 

Eric avenue, from Savin Hill avenue to 344 feet northerly. Length, 237 
linear feet. Area, 1,261 square yards. Edgestone set, roadway 
paved with asphalt and artificial stone sidewalks constructed. 



Public Woeks Department. 281 

Engineering $19 53 

Inspection 13 27 

Engineering expense 30 

Chemists' wages 9 00 

Amount paid to Central Construction Com- 
pany, under contract: 
430 cubic yards earth excava- 
tion @ 55c. . . . $236 50 
412 linear feet straight edge- 
stone hauled and set @ 

18c 74 16 

24 linear feet circular edge- 
stone set @ lie. . . 2 64 
7 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 10c. . 70 
1,282 square yards concrete base, 
bituminous concrete 
binder and asphalt wear- 
ing surface furnished 
and laid @ $1.60 . . 2,051 20 
3,148 square feet artificial stone 

sidewalks fiu-nished and ' 

laid @ 12ic. ... 393 50 

Extra work — Remove 
edgestone already set 
and construct driveway 
near Savin HUl avenue: 
6 hours, paver, @ 75c. . 4 50 

22 hours, tender, @ 37|c. . ' 8 25 
Plus 15 per cent on 

$12.75 .... 1 91 

11 hours, double team, @ 

75c 8 25 

$2,781 61 
Less amoimt paid in 1916, 2,163 55 



$618 06 
Less amount retained . 30 49 



587 57 
$629 67 



Everton street, from Geneva avenue to Olney street. Length, 690 linear 
feet. Area, 2,026 square yards. Concrete base, Topeka pavement, 
granite edgestone and artificial stone sidewalks constructed. 

Engineering $45 53 

Inspection 30 57 

Engineering expense 2 20 

Chemists' wages 19 79 

Edgestone 51 98 

Amount paid to the Central Construction 

Company, under contract: 

900 cubic yards earth excava- 
tion @ 55c. . . . $495 00 

190 cubic yards rock excava- 
tion @ $5 . . . 950 00 

Carried forward . . . $1,445 00 $150 07 



282 City Document No. 26. 

Brought forward . . . $1,445 00 $150 07 

6,600 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks furnished and 
laid @ 12ic. ... 825 00 

1 cubic yard water box exca- 
vation® $2 ... 2 00 
249 linear feet straight edge- 
stone and corners hauled 
and set @ 18c. . . 44 82 
146 linear feet circular edge- 
stone set @ lie. . . 16 06 
60 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 10c. . 6 00 
218 square feet artificial stone 
driveways furnished and 
laid @ 14c. ... 30 52 
1 ,997 square yards concrete base 
and Topeka pavement 
furnished and laid @ 
$1.60 .... 3,195 20 
Extra work — Load and 
haul edgestone from 
Blake lot to the line of 
the work: 
40 hours' labor® 30c. . . 12 00 
Plus 15 per cent on $12 . 1 80 
20 hours, double team, @ 

75c 15 00 

4 hours, aiito truck, @ 

$2.50 .... 10 00 



$5,603 40 
Less amount paid in 1916, 2,533 93 

$3,069 47 
Less amount retained . 30 49 



3,038 98 
$3,189 05 

Faywood avenue, from Orient avenue to Tower street. (Work not started.) 

Engineering $100 00 

Engineering expense 80 

Advertising 4 48 

$105 28 

Fordham road, from Commonwealth avenue to Brighton avenue. Length, 

624 linear feet. Area, 1,803 square yards. Edgestone set, roadway 
paved with asphalt and artificial stone sidewalks constructed. 

Engineering $356 79 

Inspection 118 89 

Engineering expense 4 85 

Labor, handling stock 18 44 

Labor, making templets ..... 6 00 

Chemists' wages 11 90 

Lumber 2 63 

Edgestone, 1,049 feet 2 inches straight and 5 

small corners . . * 793 12 

Teaming 5 50 

Carried fonoard $1,318 12 



Public Woeks Department. 



283 



Brought forward 

Amount paid Central Construction Companj^, 
under contract: 
758 cubic yards earth excava- 
tion @ 74c. . 
1,000 linear feet straight edge- 
stone and corners hauled 
and set @ 23c. 
40 linear feet circular edge- 
stone set @ 15c. . 
1,430 square yards concrete base 
bituminous concrete 
binder and asphalt wear- 
ing surface furnished 
and placed @ $2.05 . 
7,000 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks furnished and 
laid@14|c. . 
Extra work 



L,318 12 



Less amount retained 



$560 92 



230 00 



6 00 



2,931 50 



1,032 50 
865 06 



$5,625 98 
125 00 



5,500 98 



),819 10 



Fuller street, from Commonwealth avenue to boundary line, 
graded and filled. (Unfinished.) 

Engineering $92 14 

Engineering expense 75 

Teaming 136 75 

Labor, roadway excavating .... 584 00 



Roadway 



$813 64 



Gaffney street, from Commonwealth avenue to Boston & Albany Railroad. 
Length, 814 linear feet. Area, 4,743 square yards. Edgestone set, 
gutters paved with granite block, roadway paved with asphalt and 
asphalt laid in roadway. (LTnfinished from 1916.) 



Engineering . 

Inspection 

Engineering expense . 

Labor, handling stock 

Labor, making templets 

Chemists' wages . 

Edgestone, 984 feet straight and 101 feet cir 

cular .... 
Lumber 

Filling .... 
Amount paid to Central Construction Com- 
pany, under contract: 
2,800 cubic yards earth exca- 
vation @ 74c. 
54 cubic yards rock excava- 
tion @ $6 . 
1,530 linear feet straight edge- 
stone and corners 
hauled and set @ 23c., 351 90 

100 linear feet circular edge 
stone set @ 15c. . 



$2,072 00 
324 00 



15 00 



$355 69 

279 18 

17 76 

14 85 

6 00 

41 54 

836 45 

3 81 

198 32 



Carried forward 



2,762 90 $1,753 60 



284 



City Document No. 26. 



Brought forward 


$2,762 90 


30 linear feet existing edge- 




stone reset @ 15c. 


4 50 


3,880 square yards concrete 




base, bituminous con- 




crete binder and as- 




phalt wearing surface 




furnished and laid @ 




$2.05 .... 


7,954 00 


30 square yards wood block 




paving furnished and 




aid @ $4 . 


120 00 


19,900 square feet artificial stone 




sidewalks furnished 




and laid @ 14f c. 


2,935 25 


450 square feet artificial stone 




driveways furnished 




and laid @ 14fc. 


88 50 


7 covers reset @ $3 . 


21 00 


Extra work — Omit the 




furnishing and laying 




of brick block gutters. 




etc.: 





$1,753 60 



445 square yards concrete 
base and second-hand 
granite block gutters 
furnished and laid @ 

$2 

Extra work — Furnished 
crushed stone at brows 
of tracks to buUd tem- 
porary roadway : 
65 cubic yards crushed stone 
furnished @ $2.15 
Extra work — Lay artifi- 
cial stone sidewalks at 
night, prepare roadway 
and remove material 
at Braves' Field in 
preparation for recep- 
tion to Allies: 
5 days, foreman, @ $6 
2| days, carpenter, @ $5 
21 days, finisher, @ $5 

1 day, mason, @ $5.60 

97 days' labor @ $2.80 

1 J days, watchman, @ $2.80, 

Plus 15 per cent on 

$428.20 

11 days, double team, @ $7, 

5 hours, auto truck, @ $3, 

5 hours, steam roller, @ $2, 
1,000 feet B. M. 284 spruce @ 

$30 M. . 

6 nights, acetelyne lights, 

@ $2 . . _. 
1 drum, calcium carbide, @ 



Carried forward 



890 00 



139 75 



30 00 

12 50 

105 00 

5 60 
271 60 

3 50 

64 23 

77 00 
15 00 
10 00 

30 00 

12 00 

6 00 



$15,558 33 $1,753 60 



Public Works Department. 



285 



'rought forward 


$15,558 33 


Extra work — Make 




proportion for top of 




artificial stone side- 




walks 1| parts cement 




to 1 part sand : 




50 barrels cement @ $2.60, 


130 00 


Extra work — Remove 




edgestone and reset the 




same in new location 




on account of change 




in plan : 




1 day, foreman, @ $5 


5 00 


2§ days, edgestone setter, @ 




$6 


15 00 


18 days' labor @ $2.40 


43 20 


Plus 15 per cent on 




$63.20 .... 


9 48 


i day, double team, @ $6, 


3 00 




$15,764 01 


Less amount paid in 1916, 


1,353 75 




$14,410 26 


Less amount retained 


141 05 



$1,753 60 



Amount paid in 1917 



14,269 21 



$16,022 81 



Glencoe street, from North Beacon street to Garden street. Length, 763 
linear feet. Area, 2,212 square yards. Edgestone set and reset, 
granite block gutters and brows laid on 4-inch concrete base, cement 
grout joints, sheet asphalt pavement laid on 4-inch concrete base and 
artificial stone sidewalks laid. 



Engineering . 

Inspection 

Engineering expense . 

Labor, handling stock 

Chemists' wages . 

Edgestone, 1,370 feet straight, 57 feet circular 
and 12 small corners 

Amount paid Central Construction Company, 
under contract: 
635 cubic yards earth excava- 
tion @ 74c. . . . $469 90 

1,350 linear feet straight edge- 
stone and corners hauled 
and set @ 23c. . . 310 50 

80 linear feet circular edge- 
stone set @ 15c. . . 12 00 

1,800 square yards concrete 
base, bituminous con- 
crete binder and asphalt 
wearing siuface fur- 
nished and placed @ 
$2.05 .... 3,690 00 

8,500 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks furnished and 
laid @ 14fc. . 



Carried forward 



1,253 75 
^5,736 15 



$127 39 

136 71 

3 50 

21 10 

30 85 

1,140 26 



L,459 81 



286 



City Document No. 26. 



Brought forward 

200 square feet artiJBcial stone 
driveways furnished and 
laid @ 14fc. . 
Extra work — Omit fur- 
nishing and laying of 
brick block gutters, etc. : 

400 square yards concrete base 
and second-hand granite 
block gutters furnished 
and laid @ $2 



),736 15 $1,459 81 
29 50 



800 00 



6,565 65 



58,025 46 



Goodale road (southerly side), from Blue Hill avenue 620 feet westerly. 
Length, 627 linear feet. Area, 3,955 square feet. Artificial stone 
sidewalks constructed. 



Engineering .... 






$79 37 


Inspection .... 






17 50 


Engineering expense . 






3 00 


Labor, handling stock 






4 50 


Advertising .... 






6 53 


Labor, edgestone excavating 






223 89 


Labor, edgestone resetting 






106 63 


Labor, gutter excavating . 






110 04 


Labor, gutter repaving 






111 63 


Labor, roadway excavating 






41 31- 


Blocks 






154 50 


Cement .... 






48 59 


Gravel . . . . ". 






120 00 


Lumber .... 






1 32 


Edgestone, 621 feet straight 






460 36 


Pebbles .... 






22 22 


Teaming .... 






• 324 05 


Amount paid to Michael D. 


Russo & Co. 




under contract: 






3,955 square feet artificial stone 






sidewalks furnished anc 


I 




laid @, 19hc. . 


$771 2c 




Extra work — Excavate 






and remove earth above 






curb grade : 






127 cubic yards earth excava- 






tion @. $1 


127 OC 




Extra work — E e m o v e 






material from cave-in 






caused by rain: 






16 hours' labor @ 40c. . 


6 40 




Plus 15 per cent on $6.40, 




96 





905 59 



2,741 03 



Gove street, from Cottage street to Venice street. Length, 428 linear feet. 
Area, 1,670 square yards. Edgestone was set, gutters repaved and 
roadway paved with Topeka. 
Engineering $185 23 



Inspection 
Engineering expense 
Advertising . 
Chemists' wages . 



117 47 

■ 2 00 

2 44 

2 61 



Carried forward 



$309 75 



Public Works Department. 287 

Brought forward $309 75 

Bricks, 7,000 105 00 

Blocks, 9,500 old granite 190 00 

Edgestone, 642 feet straight, 37 feet 8 inches 

circular and 8 special cut pieces . . . 595 84 

Amount paid Warren Brothers Company, 

under contract : 
235 cubic vards earth excava- 
tion @ $1.25 . . . $293 75 
50 cubic vards filling furnished 

(g $1.25 .... 62 50 

620 linear feet straight edge- 
stone and corners hauled 
and set (g 30c. . . 180 00 

85 linear feet circular edgestone 

set (g 25c. ... 21 25 

10 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 22c. . ^ . 2 20 
200 square j'ards granite block 
paving hauled and laid, 
concrete base, grout joints. 
% $2.30 ..... . ' 460 00 

10 square yards existing gran- 
ite block paving, concrete 
base, grout joints, relaid 

@ $2 20 00 

500 square yards concrete base 
and Topeka wearing sur- 
face furnished and laid @ 

$1.99 995 00 

980 square yards concrete base 
and Topeka wearing sur- 
face furnished and laid 
(unfinished) @ 7oc. 
9 covers reset @ $3 



Less amount retained 



Gove Street Footbridge, from Orleans street to Bremen street. (Work done 
in 1916.) 
Engineering expense $21 60 

Granada avenue, from Metropolitan avenue to Ethel street. Length, 
417 linear feet. Area, 1,245 square yards. Edgestone was reset, 
roadway surfaced with bituminous macadam, and artificial stone 
sidewalks and driveways were constructed. (Unfinished work from 
1916.) 

Engineering $85 16 

Inspection 88 08 

Engineering expense 5 30 

Edgestone 17 58 

Asphalt, 3,184 gallons Bermudez . . . 573 12 

Amount paid to Martino DeMatteo, under 
contract : 

610 cubic yards earth excava- 
tion @ 75c. . . . $457 50 

Carried forward . . . $457 50 $769 24 



735 00 
27 00 


2,377 20 




$2,802 70 
425 50 






$3,577 79 



288 City Document No. 26. 

$769 24 



Brought forward 


$457 50 


750 linear feet straight edge- 




stone and corners hauled 




and set @ 25c. 


187 50 


50 linear feet circiilar edge- 




stone set @ 12c. . 


6 00 


40 linear feet existing edge- 




stone reset @ 13c. 


5 20 


1,267 square yards bituminous 




macadam surface fur- 




nished and laid @ 80c., 


1,013 60 


5,160 square feet artificial stone 




sidewalks furnished and 




laid @ 14c. . 


722 40 


170 square feet artificial stone 




driveways furnished and 




laid @ 20c. . 


34 00 




$2 426 20 


Less amount paid in 1916, 


313 95 




$2,112 25 


Less amount retained 


363 93 



1,748 32 

$2,517 56 

Greenview avenue, from Centre street 219 feet. (Work not started.) 

Engineering $39 00 

Engineering expense 35 

$39 35 

Grove street, from Centre street to Washington street. (Under contract, 
but no payment made.) 

Engineering $323 87 

Engineering expense 5 13 

Advertising 4 30 

$333 30 

Hallam street, from Dorchester avenue to Auckland street. (Work not 
started.) 

Engineering $122 77 

Engineering expense 2 83 

$125 60 

Hampstead road, from the Arborway. (Work not started.) 

Engineering $33 00 

Harvard street, from Morton street to Deering road, 1,686 feet edgestone 
set and 415 square yards gutter paved and grouted. 

Engineering $83 80 

Engineering expense . 
Advertising .... 
Labor, edgestone excavating 
Labor, edgestone setting . 
Labor, gutter excavating . 
Labor, gutter paving . 
Labor, handhng stock 

Carried forward . . . , . . $1,642 30 



2 


90 


2 


80 


646 


29 


294 


57 


267 


85 


319 


58 


24 


51 



Public Works Department. 



289 



Brought forward 

Edgestone^ 1,205 feet 7 inches straight, 85 

feet 8 inches circular and 2 large corners 
Gravel . 
Cement 
Asphalt mixer 
Teaming 
Steam roller 
Crushed stone 
Pebbles 
Artificial stone walks. 

21c. . 
Blocks . 

Labor, roadway excavating and grading 
Labor, stonecutter 



$1,642 30 



1,542 square" feet 



1,011 


73 


237 


52 


100 


72 


520 00 


549 


72 


67 


50 


3 


70 


13 


35 


323 


82 


279 


00 


223 


18 


3 


50 



,976 04 



Halifax street, from South Huntington avenue to Pond View street. 
(Partly rough graded.) 
Engineering .... 
Engineering expense . 
Teaming .... 
Labor, excavating roadway 

$447 37 



$13 23 




15 


76 


50 


357 


49 



Harwood street, from WUIowwood street to Lucerne street. Length, 725 
linear feet. Area, 2,122 square yards. Concrete base, asphalt road- 
way, granite edgestone and artificial stone sidewalks constructed. 



Engineering 

Inspection 

Engineering expense . 

Amount paid James Doherty, under contract: 



Removing trees, etc. 
975 cubic yards earth excava- 
tion @ 40c. . 
39 cubic yards water box ex- 
cavation @ $1 
2 cubic yards rock excava- 
tion @ $5 
1,350 Linear feet straight edge- 
stone and corners hauled 
and set @ 18c. 
64 linear feet circular edge- 
stone set @ lie. . 
34 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ lie. 
15 square yards existing gran- 
ite block paving relaid, 
gravel joints, @ 40c. . 
6 square yards existing 
granite block paving 
relaid, grout joints, in- 
cluding concrete base, 
@ $1.20 .... 
2,112 square yards concrete base, 
bituminous concrete bin- 
der and asphalt wearing 
surface furnished and 
laid @ $2.22 . 

Carried forward 



$10 00 

390 00 

39 00 

10 00 



243 00 

7 04 

3 74 



6 00 



7 20 



4,688 64 
$5,404 62 



$15 92 

31 22 

85 



$47 99 



290 City Document No. 26. 

Brought forward . . $5,404 62 $47 99 

9,190 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks furnished and 
laid @ 10c. ... 919 00 

68 square feet artificial stone 
driveways furnished and 
laid @ lie. ... 7 48 

9 covers reset @ $3 . . 27 00 

Extra work — Remove 
trees in front of Nos. . 
16 and 20: 
Removing trees . . 40 00 



$6,398 10 
Less amount paid in 1916. 4,815 78 



1,582 32 
$1,630 31 



Hillcrest street, from Elgin street to Temple street. Length, 525 linear 
feet. Area, 1,518 square yards. Concrete base laid, asphalt pave- 
ment, granite edgestone and artificial stone sidewalks constructed. 

Engineering $18 51 

Inspection 32 05 

Engineering expense 25 



■ $50 81 
Credit: Blocks and edgestone .... 2 72 

$48 09 



Amount paid Central Construction Com- 


pany, under contract: 




Removing trees, bushes. 




etc 


$24 00 


834 cubic yards earth excava- 




tion @ 55c. . 


458 70 


3 cubic yards water box 




excavation @ $2 . 


6 00 


5 cubic yards rock excava- 




tion @ $5 


25 00 


907hnear feet straight edge- 




stone and corners haiiled 




and set @ 17c. 


154 19 


24 linear feet circular edge- 




stone set @ 15c. . 


3 60 


10 linear feet existing edge- 




stone reset @ 12c. 


1 20 


1,517 square yards concrete base, 




bituminous concrete 




binder and asphalt 




wearing surface fur- 




nished and laid @ $1.58, 


2,396 86 


6,038 square feet artificial stone 




sidewalks furnished and 




laid @ life. . 


709 47 


185 square feet artificial stone 




driveways furnished and 




laid @ 15c. . 


27 75 


10 covers reset @ $3 . 


30 00 



Carried forward . . . $3,836 77 $48 09 



Public Works Departmej^tt. 291 

Brought forward . $3,836 77 . $48 09 

Extra work — Regulate 
manhole cover over 6 
inches : 
6 hours, mason, @ 75c. . 4 50 

6 hours, helper, @ 33|c. . 2 00 

Plus 15 per cent on $6.50, 98 

45 bricks @ $2 . . . 90 

1 bag cement @ 50c. . . 50 
Extra work — Remove 

edgestone already set 
and construct driveway: 

2 hours, edgestone setter, @ 

75c 1 50 

4 hours, edgestone setter, @ 

81|c 

2 hours, helper, @ 33^c. 
8 hours, helper, @ 37|c. 

Plus 15 per cent on $8.42, 
1 hour, double team, @ 75c. 
4 hours, double team, @ 

87*c 



Less amount paid in 1916, 



3 25 




67 


3 


00 


1 


26 




75 


3 


50 


$3,859 


58 


1,894 


35 



1,965 23 
$2,013 32 



Hill Top street, from Granite avenue to Hallet street. Length, 2,300 linear 
feet. Area, 9,975 square yards. Asphalt macadam roadway, new 
edgestone and crushed stone sidewalks constructed. 

Engineering $577 95 

Inspection 510 39 

Engineering expense 21 04 

Edgestone, 3,539 feet straight, 139 feet 5^ 

inches circular and 2 special cut . . . 2,754 04 

Teaming 3 50 

Asphalt, 28,501 gallons Bermudez .... 5,129 10 

$8,996 02 
Credit: Blocks 16 00 

$8,980 02 
Amount paid to Martino De Matteo, under 
contract : 
2,835 cubic yards earth excava- 
tion @ 75c. . . . $2,126 25 
80 cubic yards rock excava- 
tion @ $5 . . . 400 00 
4,000 cubic yards filling fur- 
nished @ $1 . . . 4,000 00 
3,450 linear feet straight edge- 
stone and corners 
hauled and set @ 25c. . 862 50 
163 linear feet circular edge- 
stone set @ 12c. . . 19 56 
575 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 13c. . 71 75 

Carried forward . . . $7,483 06 $8,980 02 



292 City Document No. 26. 



B weight forward 
131 square yards existing 
granite block paving re- 
laid @ 45c. . 
10,000 square yards bituminous 
macadam surface fur- 


$7,483 06 
58 95 


$8,980 02 


nished and laid @ 80c., 

3,500 square yards crushed 

stone sidewalks fur- 


8,000 00 




nished and placed @ 
52c 


1,820 00 




4 covers reset @ $3 . 


12 00 




Less amount paid in 1916 


$17,374 01 
],827 50 




Amount retained 


$15,546 51 
2,606 10 


12,940 41 

— $ 1,920 43 



Holden street, from Columbia road westerly. (Work not started.) 
Engineering ........ $47 00 

Engineering expense 40 

$47 40 

Holton street, from Everett street to Antwerp street. (Work not started.) 

Engineering $70 00 

Engineering expense 40 

$70 40 

Homestead street, from Elm Hill avenue to Humboldt avenue. Length, 
1,125 linear feet. Area, 3,255 square yards. Concrete base, asphalt 
pavement and artificial stone sidewalks constructed. (Unfinished 
work from 1916.) 

Engineering $117 22 

Inspection 181 17 

Engineering expense 11 08 

Advertising 4 48 

Labor, handling stock 2 64 

Chemists' wages 35 66 

$352 25 
Credit: Edgestone 10 68 

$341 57 
Amount paid to Central Construction Com- 
pany, under contract: 
Removing trees, etc. . $45 00 

1,430 cubic yards earth excava- 
tion @ 55c. ... 786 50 
21 cubic yards water box 

excavation @ $2 . . 42 00 

1 cubic yard rock excava- 
tion @ $5 . . . 5 00 
2,060 linear feet straight edge- 
stone and corners 
hauled and set® 18c. . 370 80 

Carried forward . . . $1,249 30 $341 57 



Public Works Department. 



293 



Brought forward 
43 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 10c. 
3,250 square yards concrete 
base, bituminous con- 
crete binder and asphalt 
wearing surface fur- 
nished and laid @ $1.60, 
12,890 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks furnished and 
laid @ 12Jc. . . 
488 square feet artificial stone 
driveways furnished 
and laid @ 14c. 
8 covers reset @ $3 . 
Extra work — Furnish 
and place crushed stone 
and concrete founda- 
tion for edgestone 
and connect same with 
catch-basins : 
79 hours, foreman, @ 75c 
871 hours' labor @ 35c. 
24 hours, edgestone setter 

@75c. . 
64 hours, tender, @ 37Jc. 
Plus 15 per cent on 
$406.10 . 
113 hours, double team, 

87|c. . 
57| tons crushed stone 
$1.80 . 
11 cubic yards stone dust 

@ $2.40 
50 bags cement @ 65c. 
46 feet 6-inch pipe @ 45c 
1 6-inch J bend . 
1 8-inch J bend . 
1 6-inch Y . . . 
1 20-inch by 6-inch Y 
Extra work — Remove 
trees not shown to be 
taken down on plans 
where directed : 
45 hours, foreman, @ 62|c., 
351 hours' labor @ 30c. 
45 hours, water boy, (t 
21|c. . . . 
Plus 15 per cent oi 
$143.27 . 
27 hours, double team 
@ 75c. . 
4 hours, auto truck, ^ 
$2.50 



Less amount retained 



Less amount paid in 1916, 



L,249 30 $341 57 

4 30 



5,200 00 
1,611 25 



68 32 
24 00 



59 25 
304 85 

18 00 
24 00 

60 92 
98 88 

103 50 

26 40 

32 50 

20 70 

1 80 

1 80 

1 80 

12 00 



28 13 
105 30 

9 84 

21 49 

20 25 

10 00 

$9,118 58 
30 49 

$9,088 09 
1,230 97 



7,857 12 



$8,198 69 



294 City Document No. 26. 

Hubert street, from Shawmut avenue to Westminster street. Length, 455 
linear feet. Area, 1,318 square yards. Edgestone was set, roadway 
paved with asphalt, existing brick sidewalks relaid, and artificial 
stone sidewalks constructed. 

Engineering $8 90 

Inspection 42 00 

Engineering expense 5 07 

Chemists' wages 8 00 

Amount paid to Central Construction Com- 
pany, under contract: 
466 cubic yards earth excava- 
tion @ 55c. . . . S256 30 
149 linear feet straight edge- 
stone and corners 
hauled and set @ 18c. . 26 82 
38 linear feet circular edge- 
stone set @ lie. . . 4 18 
740 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 10c. . 74 00 
1,275 square yards concrete 
base, bituminous con- 
crete binder and asphalt 
wearing surface f u r- 
nished and laid @ $1 .60, 2,040 00 
20 square yards existing brick 

sidewalks relaid @ 30c., 6 00 

4,705 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks furnished and 
laid @ 12ic. . 
7 covers reset @ $3 . 
Extra work — Regulate 
catch-basins over 6 
inches : 
19 hours, mason, @ 70c. 
38 hours, tender, @ 30c. 

Plus 15 per cent on $24.70, 
10 bags cement @ 50c. 

Extra work — -Remove 
trees in sidewalk: 
6 days, foreman, @ $5 
171 hours, rigger, @, 50c. 
123 hours, helper, @ 45c. 
133 hours' labor @ 33ic. 

Plus 15 per cent on 
S215.18 .... 
1| days, double team, @ $6 . 
1 day, auto truck, @ $20 



Less amount retained . 

Less amount paid in 1916, 

748 69 

• $812 66 



588 


13 


21 


00 


13 


30 


11 


40 


3 


71 


5 


00 


30 


00 


85 


50 


55 


35 


44 


33 


32 28 


8 00 


20 00 


$3,325 30 


30 


49 


$3,294 81 


2,546 


12 



Hunnewell avenue, from Champney street to Atkins street, 400 feet edge- 
stone set. (Work unfinished.) 

Engmeermg '$79 00 

Engineering expense 3 73 

Carried forward $82 73 



Public Works Department. 



295 



Broiight forward 
Advertising . . . . 
Labor, edgestone excavation 
Labor, edgestone setting . 
Labor, roadway excavation 
Labor, blacksmith 
Labor, cleaning street 
Teaming .... 
Edgestone, 6 small corners 



Irma street, from Woodrow avenue to Callender street 
started.) 

Engineering 

Engineering expense 



$82 73 




3 88 




566 33 




79 75 




24 00 




48 00 




23 25 




74 37 




19 20 






$921 51 
(Work not 


street. 


$43 89 




35 






$44 24 



Jones Avenue footbridge, from Ballou avenue to Norfolk street, 
approaches, foundations and superstructure to the footbridge. 

Engineering $1,168 94 

Inspection 487 98 

Advertising 9 00 

Printing 40 87 

Lumber 5 50 

Amount paid to Goff & Wells Construction 

Company, under contract: 
Contract price .... $8,100 00 
Extra work as ordered — 
Removing tree and rock, 
oiling floor and pointing 
end of plank . . . 131 00 

8,231 00 



Built 



),943 29 



Justin road, from Bigelow street to Atkins street. (Work not started.) 



Engineering . 
Engineering expense 



$35 00 
35 



$35 35 



Kenton road, from Washington street , 800 feet easterly. (Work not 
started.) 



Edgestone, 1,535 straight 
Teaming 



L,105 20 
39 00 



$1,144 20 



Langley road, from Breck avenue to 571 feet easterly. Length, 574 linear 
feet. Area, 1,664 square yards. Edgestone set (one side on crushed 
stone and concrete foundation), bituminous macadam roadway and 
artificial stone sidewalks constructed. Uncompleted. 

Engineering $110 87 

Inspection 134 93 

Engineering expense 4 55 

Labor, handling stock 16 17 

Edgestone, 1,079 feet 2| inches straight . . 777 03 

Carried forward $1,043 55 



296 City Document No. 26. 

$1,043 55 



Brought forward 




Amount paid M. DeMatteo, under contract: 


500 cubic yards earth excava- 




tion @ 75c. . 


$375 00 


1,100 linear feet straight edge- 




stone and corners 




hauled and set @ 25c., 


275 00 


27 linear feet circular edge- 




stone set @ 12c. . 


3 24 


570 linear feet crushed stone 




and concrete foiuidation 




furnished and placed @ 




14c 


79 80 


6,700 square feet artificial stone 




sidewalks furnished and 




laid @ 14c. . 


938 00 




$1,671 04 


Less 15 per cent retained. 


250 66 



1,420 38 

$2,463 93 



Levant street, from Geneva avenue to Topliff street. (Work not started.) 

Engineering $15 10 

lAthgow street, from Talbot avenue to Wainwright street. Length, 682 
linear feet. Area, 2,036 square yards. Concrete base, asphalt road- 
way and artificial stone sidewalks constructed. 

Engineering $99 92 

Inspection 91 25 

Engineering expense 6 63 

Labor, making templets 9 81 

Chemists' wages 3 59 

Teaming 11 75' 

Edgestone 72 99 

Lumber 5 08 







$301 02 


Credit: Bricks and blocks 




44 00 




$257 02 


Amount paid to Central Construction Com- 




pany, under contract: 






900 cubic yards earth excava- 






tion @ 55c. . 


$495 00 




1 cubic yard rock excava- 






tion @ $5 


5 00 




906 linear feet straight edge- 






stone and corners 






hauled and set @ 18c., 


163 08 




59 linear feet circular edge- 






stone set @ lie. . 


6 49 




379 linear feet existing edge- 






stone reset @ 10c. 


37 90 




13 square yards existing 






granite block paving 






relaid, gravel joints, @ 






40c 


5 20 





Carried forward . . . $712 67 $257 02 



Public Wokks Department. 297 

$257 02 



Brought forward 


$712 67 


2,072 square yards concrete 




base, bituminous con- 




crete binder and asphalt 




wearing surface fur- 




nished and laid @ $1.60, 


3,315 20 


8,498 square feet artificial stone 




sidewalks furnished and 




laid @ 12|c. . 


1,062 25 


127 square feet artificial stone 




driveways furnished and 




laid @ 14c. . 


17 78 




$5,107 90 


Less amount retained 


30 49 




$5,077 41 


Less amount paid in 1916, 


397 29 



4,680 12 

$4,937 14 

Lorette street, from Centre street to Hillcrest street. Length, 504 Unear 
feet. Area, 1,456 square yards. Concrete base laid, edgestone set, 
asphalt roadway and artificial stone sidewalks constructed. 

Engineering $31 01 

Inspection 5 40 

Chemists' wages 8 00 

$43 51 
Credit: Edgestone blocks 10 64 

$32 87 
Amount paid Central Construction Company, 
under contract: 
792 cubic yards earth excava- 
tion @ 55c. . . $435 60 
1 cubic yard rock excava- 
tion @ $5 . . . 5 00 
957 Unear feet straight edge- 
stone and corners 
hauled and set @ 17c., 162 69 
41 hnear feet circular edge- 
stone set @/ 15c. . . 6 15 
12 Unear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 12c. . 1 44 
4 square yards existing 
granite block paving re- 
laid, grout joints, in- 
cluding concrete base, 
@ $1.25 ... 5 00 
1,457 square yards concrete 
base, bituminous con- 
crete binder and asphalt 
wearing surface fur- 
nished and laid @ $1.58, 2,302 06 
6,270 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks furnished and 
laid @ life. . . 736 73 

Carried forward . . . $3,654 67 $32 87 



298 



City Document No. 26. 



Brought forward . . 


$3,654 67 


56 square feet artificial stone 




driveways furnished and 




laid @ 15c. . 


8 40 


4 covers reset @ $3 . 


12 00 


Extra work — Remove 




four (4) trees not shown 




on plans to be removed : 




3J days, foreman, @ $5 


17 50 


12f days' labor @ $2.40 


29 70 


Plus 15 per cent on $47.20, 


7 08 


1 day, double team, @ $6, 


4 50 


Extra work — Remove 




edgestone already set 




and construct driveway: 




2 hours, edgestone setter, @ 




81|c 


1 63 


4 hours' labor @ 33|c. 


1 33 


2 hours' labor @ STjC. 


75 


Plus 15 per cent on $3.71, 


56 


2 hours, double team, @ 




75c 


1 50 


1 hour, double team, @ 




87^c. 


88 




$3,740 50 


Less amount paid in 1916, 


2,954 56 



$32 87 



785 94 



$818 81 



Lome street, from Harvard street to 650 feet northerly. Length, 650 linear 
feet. Area, 2,261 square yards. Edgestone set, gutters repaved, road- 
way paved with asphalt and artificial stone sidewalks constructed. 



Engineering 


$143 24 


Inspection 


181 25 


Engineering expense 


9 22 


Labor, handling stock 


19 15 


Chemists' wages 


2 00 


Edgestone, 1,296 feet straight and 97 feet 




circular 


1,055 88 



Amount paid Central Construction Company, 

under contract: 
1,000 cubic yards earth excava- 
tion @ 74c. . . . $740 00 
90 cubic yards rock excava- 
tion @ $6 . . . 540 00 
1,253 linear feet straight edge- 
stone and corners hauled 
and set @ 23c. . . 288 19 
99 linear feet circular edge- 
stone set @ 15c. . . 14 85 
23 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 15c. . 3 45 
1,880 square yards concrete base, 
bituminous concrete 
binder and asphalt wear- 
ing surface furnished 
and laid @ $2.05 . . 3,854 00 



Carried forward 



5,440 49 



L,410 74 



Public Works Department. 299 



Brought forward . . . $5,440 49 $1,410 74 
8,310 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks furnished and 
laid @ 14fc. . . . 1,225 73 

Extra work . . . 1,159 01 



7,825 23 
Less amount retained . 108 95 



Amount paid 7,716 28 

$9,127 02 



Malverna road, from Metropolitan avenue to Ethel street. (Work not 
started.) 

Engineering $56 73 

Engineering expense 40 

Advertising 3 88 

$61 01 

Mascot street, from Mountain avenue to Norfolk street. (Work not started.) 

Engineering $99 74 

Engineering expense 70 

$100 44 

Matchett street, from Washington street to 843 feet northerly. Length, 852 
linear feet. Area, 2,536 square yards. Granite block gutters and 
brows laid on 4-inch concrete base, cement grout joints, sheet asphalt 
pavement laid on 4-inch concrete base. 

Engineering $153 57 

Inspection 64 41 

Engineering expense 1 00 

Chemists' wages 23 80 

Amount paid Central Construction Company, 
under contract: 
300 cubic yards earth excava- 
tion @ 74c. . . . $222 00 
1,960 square yards concrete base, 
bituminous concrete 
binder and asphalt wear- 
ing surface furnished 
and laid @ $2.05 . . 4,018 00 
Extra work — Omit the 
furnishing and laying of 
brick block gutters, etc. : 
450 square yards concrete base 
and second-hand granite 
block gutters furnished 
and laid @ $2 . . 900 00 , 

5,140 00 

$5,382 78 

Middleton street, extended to Theodore street. (Work not started.) 

Engineering $43 29 

Engineering expense 40 

$43 69 



300 City Document No. 26. 

Minton street, from Amory street to Brookside avenue. (Work not started.) 

Engineering $45 06 

Engineering expense 10 

Advertising 6 91 

$52 07 

Moraine street, from South Huntington avenue to Jamaicaway. (Work not 
started.) 

Engineering $42 94 

Engineering expense 85 

Teaming 59 10 

Labor, roadway excavating .... 391 64 

$494 53 



Moreland street, from Dennis street to Brook avenue. (Work not started.) 

Engineering $32 10 

Engineering expense 80 • 

Advertising 4 48 

■ $37 38 

Morton street, from Norfolk street to Midland Division Railroad Bridge. 
Length, 466 linear feet. Filling furnished. (Work started in 1916.) 

Labor, engineering $16 95 

Engineering expense 1 80 

Labor, edgestone excavating .... 22 04 

Labor, edgestone resetting .... 12 55 

Labor, crushed stone sidewalks ... 16 50 

Labor, building fence and plank walk . . 130 47 

Labor, handling stock 45 

Labor, roadway excavating .... 9 67 

Cement 1 49 

Edgestone 33 40 

Gravel 9 41 

Blocks 11 25 

Lumber 118 10 

Paint 13 20 

Socony binder, 750 gallons .... 75 00 

Nails 12 95 

Crushed stone 9 71 

Bricks 42 

Teaming 232 25 

Hardware 7 96 

Amount paid to William J. Barry, under con- 
tract : 
1,733 cubic yards fiUing fur- 
nished @ 69c. . . $1,195 77 
Less amount paid in 1916, 902 04 

293 73 

Amount paid to William J. Rafferty & Co., 

under contract: 
Final payment for work done under contract 

in 1916 244 54 

Amount paid to John Cashman: 

Furnishing and building two sidewalks on 

bridge. 325 00 

Amount paid to William J. Rafferty & Co.: 

Building concrete abutments ... 50 00 

$1,648 84 



Public Works Department. 



301 



Mt. Ida road, from Marie street to Ronan park. Length, 254 linear feet. 
Area, 734 square yards. Artificial stone sidewalks constructed. 
Roadway graded and edgestone set. (Unfinished work from 1916.) 



Engineering 








$26 64 


Inspection 








39 90 


Engineering expense .... 








2 40 


Advertising 








2 65 


Labor, roadway excavating and grading 






2,240 79 


Labor, edgestone excavating 








109 05 


Labor, edgestone setting . 








114 75 


Labor, moving shanty 








17 00 


Labor, handling stock 








3 82 


Teaming, edgestone .... 








50 51 


Teaming 








1,372 67 


Steam roller 








94 50 


Edgestone 








186 42 


Gravel 








18 75 


Asphalt, 2,106 gallons Bermudez 








379 08 


Crushed stone 








369 48 


Blocks 








3 00 


Cement 








59 


Lumber 








56 


Amount paid to Michael D. Russo 


& Co. 


> 


under contract: 








3,445 square feet artificial stone 








sidewalks furnished and 








laid @ 19ic. . 


$671 


7i 


? 


Extra work — Excavate 








and remove earth above 








curb grade: 








38 cubic yards earth excava- 








tion @ $1 


38 


D 


Extra work — Cut con- 








crete foundation a t 








Ronan Park: 








85 hours, foreman, @ 75c. . 


2 


6 


3 


2i hours' labor @ 40c. . 


8 


4 





Plus 15 per cent on $11.03, 


1 


6 


5 

— 799 AP, 










1 Z^ '±D 



'55 02 



Mt. Id-a road, from Robinson street to 254 feet south of Marie street. 
Rough graded. (Work unfinished.) 

Engineering $33 54 

Inspection ......... 23 66 

Labor, roadway excavating and filling . . 767 23 

Teaming 311 50 



L,135 93 



Museum, road, from Huntington avenue to Fenway. Length, 628 linear 
feet. Area, 2,397 square yards. Edgestone set, gutters repaved and 
roadway paved with Topeka. (Unfinished.) 

Engineering . 

Inspection 

Engineering expense . 

Advertising . 

Chemists' wages . 

Labor, handling stock 

Blocks .... 



$146 


13 


82 


51 


4 


25 


6 


91 


2 


00 




10 


177 


00 



Carried forward 



$418 90 



302 City Document No. 26. 

Brought forward $418 90 

Edgestone* 600 feet straight, 50 feet circular 

and 2 small corners 501 60 

Amount paid Warren Brothers Company, 
under contract: 
400 cubic yards earth excava- 
tion @ $1.25 . . . $500 00 
590 linear feet straight edge- 
stone and corners hauled 
and set @ 30c. . . 177 00 
50 linear feet circular edge- 
stone set @ 25c. . . 12 50 
620 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 22c. . 136 40 
17 square yards existing gran- 
ite block paving relaid, 
gravel joints, @ $1 . 17 00 
276 square yards granite block 
paving hauled and laid, 
grout joints, @. $2.30 . 634 80 
74 square yards existing gran- 
ite block paving relaid, 
concrete base, grout 
joints, @ $2 . . . 148 00 
1,200 square yards concrete base 
and Topeka wearing sur- 
face furnished and laid 



@ $1.99 . . ... 
Less 15 per cent retained. 


2,388 00 

$4,013 70 
602 06 

"^111 fi 1 








$4,332 14 




mixer, boiler, engines and 


Mixer {Bituminous) Plant. — Cube 
rotary heater .... 


$3,750 00 



Neptune road, from Bennington street to Boston, Revere Beach & Lynn 
Railroad. Length, 1,718 linear feet. Area, 8.476 square yards. 
Edgestone set, gutters repaved, roadway paved with asphalt, existing 
brick sidewalks relaid and artificial stone sidewalks constructed. 
(LTnfinished.) 

Engineering $759 85 

Inspection 514 43 

Engineering expense 18 90 

Labor, handling stock 1 32 

Bricks 7 50 

Edgestone, 2,363 feet straighli and 775 feet 

circular 2,674 25 

$3,976 25 
Credit: Blocks . 8 22 

$3,968 03 
Paid to Central Construction Company, under 
contract : 
2,900 cubic yards earth excava- 
tion © 74c. . . . $2,146 00 

Carried forward . . . $2,146 00 $3,968 03 



Public Works Department. 303 

Brought forward . . . $2,146 00 $3,968 03 
2,336 linear feet straight edge- 
stone and corners 
hauled and placed @ 
23c. .... 537 28 

779 linear feet circular edge- 
stone set @ 15c. . 116 85 
900 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 15c. . 135 00 
13 square yards existing 
granite block paving 
relaid, grout joints, in- 
cluding concrete base, 
@ $1.50 ... 19 50 
50 square yards existing 
flagging crosswalks re- 
laid, grout joints, in- 
cluding concrete base, 
@ $1.40 ... 70 00 
8,400 square yards concrete 
base, bituminous con- 
crete binder and as- 
phalt wearing surface 
furnished and laid (un- 
finished) @ $1.25 . 10,500 00 
15 square yards existing 
brick sidewalks relaid 
@ 30c. ... 4 50 
31,000 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks furnished 
and laid @ 14fc. . 4,572 50 
5,000 square yards loam spaces 
furnished^ spaced and 
seeded, @ 60c. . . 3,000 00 
Extra work — • Omit fur- 
nishing and laying of 
brick block gutters, 
etc.: 
810 square yards concrete 
base and second-hand 
granite block gutters 
furnished and laid @ 

$2 1.620 00 

— 22 721 63 

— $26,689 66 

Nevada street, from Wilmington avenue to Fairmount street. (Work not 
started.) 

Engineering $71 61 

Engineering expense 40 

Advertising 8 83 

$80 84 

Normandy street, from Intervale street to Devon street. (Work done in 
1916.) 

Engineering $12 53 

Chemists' wages 9 00 

Amoimt paid Central Construction Company, 

part of amount retained from 1916 . . 440 41 

$461 94 



304 



City Document No. 26. 



North Beacon street, from Cambridge street to Market street. I^ength, 
3,260 linear feet. Area, 14,500 square yards. Existing edgestone 
reset. (Work unfinished.) 



Engineering . 
Inspection 

Engineering expense . 
Advertising . 
Labor, handling stock 
Labor, relaying crosswalks 
Chemists' wages . 
Edgestone, 1,172 feet straight 

Amount paid to Coleman Brothers Company, 

under contract: 
1,100 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 20c. . $220 00 
Less 15 per cent retained, 33 00 



S490 73 
104 11 

5 25 
7 28 

17 57 

6 00 
11 33 

843 78 



187 00 



$1,673 05 



Norwood street, extended to Conley street. 
Engineering 



(Work not started.) 



$5 00 



Orchardfield street, from Dorchester avenue to Freeport street. Length, 
814 linear feet. Area, 1,266 square yards. Gutters were relaid, 
edgestone reset, roadway paved with asphalt, brick sidewalks relaid, 
and artificial stone sidewalks and driveways constructed. 

Engineering $16 75 

Inspection 9 43 

Engineering expense 75 • 

Chemists' wages 9 00 

Amoimt paid to Central Construction Com- 
pany, under contract: 
653 cubic yards earth excava- 
tion @ 55c. . . . $359 15 
31 cubic yards water-box ex- 
cavation @ $2 . . 62 00 
1,507 linear feet straight edge- 
stone hauled and set @ 

18c 271 26 

37 linear feet circular edge- 
stone set @ lie. . . 4 07 
50 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 10c. . 5 00 
1,270 square yards concrete base, 
bituminous concrete 
binder and asphalt wear- 
ing surface furnished 
and laid @ 1.60 . . 2,032 00 
3,675 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks furnished and 
laid @ 12^c. ... 459 38 
97 square feet artificial stone 
driveways furnished and 
laid @ 14c. ... 13 58 
4 covers reset @ $3 . . 12 00 



Carried forward 



$3,218 44 



$35 93 



Public Works Department. 305 



Brought forward 

Less amount retained 


$3,218 44 
30 49 


S35 93 
946 02 




Less amount paid in 1916, 


$3,187 95 
2,241 93 








$981 9j 







Overland street, from Brookline avenue to Boston & Albany Railroad, 
Length, 399 linear feet. Area, 1,687 square yards. Edgestone set. 
artificial stone sidewalks constructed and the concrete base laid. 
(Work unfinished.) 

Engineering $116 25 

Inspection 77 68 

Engineering expense 4 70 

Advertising 4 40 

Labor, handling stock 65 

Labor, making templets 12 00 

Labor, grading 61 00 

Teaming 55 00 

Lumber 6 36 

Edgestone, 13 small corners .... 47 45 

Steam roller 13 50 

Amount paid to James J. Coughlan Company, 
under contract: 
300 cubic yards earth excava- 
tion @ $1.25 . . . $375 00 
676 linear feet straight edge- 
stone furnished and set 
@ $1.25 .... 845 00 
42 linear feet corners fur- 
nished and set @ $2 . 84 00 
36 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 28c. . 10 08 
209 square yards granite block 
paving furnished and 
laid, including concrete 
base, grout joints, @ ■ 
$4.25 .... 888 25 
1,517 square yards granite block 
paving furnished and 
laid; including concrete 
base, grout joints (un- 
finished), @ $1.25 . 1,896 25 
3,746 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks furnished and 
laid @ 28c. . , . 1,048 88 
324 square feet artificial stone 
driveways furnished and 
laid @ 35c. ... 113 40 



Less 13 corners furnished 
and delivered by city @ 

$4 


$5,260 86 
52 00 


4,427 53 




Less 15 per cent retained, 


$5,208 86 
781 33 








$4,826 52 



306 



City Document No. 26. 



Parkland street, from Winship street to Academy Hill road. Length, 466 
linear feet. Area, 673 square yards. Artificial stone sidewalks, 2,648 
square feet. The street was subgraded and edgestones were set and 
the roadway was paved -^v-ith asphalt and granite block gutters on 
4 inches of concrete base. Artificial stone sidewalks were furnished 
and laid. 



Engineering . 








$125 64 


Inspection 








73 20 


Engineering expense . 








2 15 


Advertising . 








2 80 


I^abor, making templets 








3 00 


Labor, handling stock 








7 58 


Teaming 








63 70 


Lumber 








1 60 


Blocks 








64 00 


Edgestone 








884 83 


Amoimt paid to Coleman Brothers, under 


contract: 






449 cubic yards earth excava 






tion @ 90c. . 


$404 IC 


) 


847 hnear feet straight edge 






stone and corners hauled 




and set @ 25c. 


211 7£ 




25 linear feet circular edge- 






stone set @, 25c. . 


6 2t 




62 linear feet existing edge 


- 




stone reset @ 20c. 


12 4C 




75 cubic yards concrete base 






furnished and laid @ $6 


450 00 




149 cubic yards granite block 






paving hauled and laid 






grout joints, @ $1.60 . 


238 4C 




524 cubic yards bituminous 






concrete binder and as- 






phalt wearing surface 






furnished and laid @ 






$1.59 .... 


833 16 




2,595 square feet artificial stone 






sidewalks furnished anc 






laid (a 16c. . . 


415 20 




53 square feet artificial stone 






drivewavs furnished anc 






laid @ 20c. . 


10 60 




4 covers reset @ $3 . 




12 00 





Less 15 per cent retained, 



$2,593 86 
389 08 



2,204 78 



$3,433 28 



Parkton road, from Perkins street to Perkins street. Length, 1,169 linear 
feet. Area, 2,990 square yards. Artificial stone sidewalks con- 
structed. (Unfinished work from 1916.) 

Engineering 

Inspection 

Engineering expense . 

Advertising . . . . . 

Labor, laying concrete and mixing 

Labor, gutter relaying 

Lime, hydrated, 5,520 pounds . 



43 


82 




80 


2 


65 


1,181 


40 


149 


77 


36 


40 



Carried forward 



$1,450 01 



Public Works Department. 



307 



Brought forward 








$1,450 01 


Cement, 460 barrels . 








980 97 


Sand .... 








173 80 


GrajVel .... 








2 67 


Rent of concrete mixer 








350 00 


Teaming 








71 05 


Crushed stone, 389 tons 








470 26 


Blocks .... 








4 81 


Tar paper 








9 89 


Expansion joints . 








21 60 


Amount paid to Charles J 


Jacobs Company 


> 


under contract: 






11,328 square feet artificial stone 




sidewalks furnished and 




laid @ 16c. . 


$1,812 48 


Extra work — Remove e.^ 


- 




tra depth of concrete 




where directed under 




existing artificial side 


. 




walks: 






3| hours, foreman, @ 75c. 


2 63 


19| hours' labor @ 35c. . 


6 83 


Plus 15 per cent on $9.46 


1 42 


Extra work — Remove 






boulder from sidewalk 






1 cubic yard rock excava 






tion @ $10 . 


10 00 






1 S*^*? ^fi 








i,ooo OD 



,368 42 



Parkvale street, from Brighton avenue to Glenville avenue, 
started.) 

Engineering $57 17 

Engineering expense 90 

Advertising 3 88 



(Work not 



$61 95 



Patten street, from Hyde Park avenue to Bourne street. Length, 1,192 
linear feet. Area, 3,266 square yards. Gutters were relaid, edgestone 
reset, granite block paving and flagging crosswalks relaid, roadway 
paved with bituminous macadam, brick sidewalks relaid and artificial 
stone sidewalks furnished and laid. 



Engineering 

Inspection 

Engineering expense 

Labor, handling stock 

Edgestone, 1,658 feet straight, 449 feet circu- 
lar, 2 small corners and 4 guttermouths . 
Asphalt, 9,775 gallons Bermudez 



Credit: Bricks, $18.90 
Blocks, $3 



Amount paid to Martino DeMatteo, under 
contract: 
1,512 cubic yards earth excava- 
tion @ 75c. . . . $1,134 00 



$330 40 

322 54 

15 83 

24 93 

1,809 17 
1,759 50 



$18 90 
3 00 


$4,262 37 
21 90 





t,240 47 



Carried forward 



$1,134 00 $4,240 47 



308 City Document No. 26. 



Brought forward 


$1,134 00 $4,240 47 


12 cubic yards water box 




excavation @ $5 


60 00 


40 cubic yards rock excava- 




tion @ $5 . 


200 00 


1,656 linear feet straight edge- 




stone and corners 




hauled and set @ 25c., 


414 00 


467 linear feet circular edge- 




stone set @ 12c. . 


56 04 


291 linear feet existing edge- 




stone reset @ 13c. 


37 83 


15 square yards existing 




granite block paving 




relaid @ 45c. 


6 75 


18 square yards existing 




flagging crosswalks re- 




laid @ 45c. . 


8 10 


3,622 square yards bituminous 




macadam furnished 




and placed @ 80c. 


2,897 60 


8 square yards existing 




brick sidewalks relaid 




@ 40c. ... 


3 20 


17,675 square feet artificial stone 




sidewalks furnished 




and laid @ 14c. . 


2,474 50 


71 square feet artificial stone 




driveways furnished 




and laid @ 20c. . 


14 20 


18 covers reset @ $3 . 


54 00 


Extra work — Reset 




covers over 6 inches: 




3 covers reset @ $5 . 


15 00 


Extra work — Remove 




guttermouth stones: 




13 hours' labor @ 35c. 


4 55 


Plus 15 per cent on $4.55, 


68 


Extra work — Cut circu- 




lar edgestone to make 




closures: 




3 hours, edgestone setter. 




@62ic. 


1 88 


6 hours' labor @ 37ic. 


2 25 


Plus 15 per cent on $4.13, 


62 




$7,385 20 


Less 15 per cent retained. 


1,107 78 




6,277 42 



$10,517 89 

Peahody street, from Brookline avenue to Binney street, 222 feet edgestone 
set. (Work unfinished.) 

Engineering $52 03 

Engineering expense 1 05 

Labor, edgestone excavating .... 176 00 

Labor, edgestone setting 107 50 

Labor, gutter excavating 52 50 

Labor, roadway excavating .... 83 50 

Carried forward $472 58 



Public Works Department. 309 



Brought forward 


$472 58 


Teaming 


45 30 


Gravel 


5 77 


Edgestone, 12 feet 8 inches straight and 1 




small corner 


10 92 



$534 57 

Perham street, from Vermont street to New York, New Haven & Hartford 
Railroad. Length, 2,616 linear feet. Area, 7,565 square yards. 
Edgestone was set, granite block gutters and brows were laid on a 
4-inch concrete base with cement grout joints; sheet asphalt pave- 
ment was laid on a 4-inch concrete base and artificial stone sidewalks 
were laid. 

Engineering $473 56 

Inspection 262 67 

Engineering expense 12 00 

Chemists' wages 12 21 

Labor, handling stock 65 89 

Edgestone, 5,363 feet straight, 74 feet 4 inches 
circular, 38 small corners and 6 special cut 

pieces 4,208 10 

Amount paid Central Construction Com- 
pany, under contract: 
4,200 cubic yards earth excava- 
tion @ 74c. . . . $3,108 00 
52 cubic yards rock excava- 
tion @ $6 . . . 300 00 
5,100 linear feet straight edge- 
stone and corners 
hauled and set @ 23c., 1,173 00 
100 linear feet circular edge- 
stone set @ 15c. . . 15 00 
6,220 square yards concrete 
base, bituminous con- 
crete binder and as- 
phalt wearing siu-face 
furnished and laid @ 
$2.05 .... 12,751 00 
22,200 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks furnished and 
laid @ 14|c. . . 3,274 50 
1,000 square feet artificial stone 
driveways furnished and 
laid @ 14fc. . . 147 50 
Extra work — Omit arti- 
ficial stone sidewalks 
where directed and sub- 
stitute loam spaces: 
350 square yards loam space 
furnished, placed and 
seeded @ 60c. . . 210 00 
Extra work — Furnish 
■^ and place additional 
framing for artificial 
stone sidewalks on ac- 
count of loam space: 
22,200 square feet additional 

framing @ 2ic. . . 499 50 

Carried forward . . . $21,478 50 $5,034 43 



310 City Document No. 26. 

Brought forward . . . $21,478 50 $5,034 43 
Extra work — Omit fur- 
nishing and laying 
brick block [gutters, 
etc.: 
1,440 square yards concrete 
base and second-hand 
granite block gutters, 
furnished and laid @ 

$2 2,880 00 

24,358 50 

$29,392 93 

Perthshire road, from Bigelow street to Matchett street. (Work not 
started.) 

Engineering . $53 00 

Engineering expense 35 

Advertising 3 88 

— $57 23 

Pontiac street, from Tremont street to Hillside street. Length, 934 hnear 
feet. Area, 2,698 square yards. Earth and rock excavated. (Work 
unfinished.) 

Engineering $370 34 

Inspection 304 16 

Engineering expense 5 80 

Advertising 9 90 

Amount paid J. C. Coleman & Sons Company, 

under contract: 
100 cubic yards earth excava- 
tion @ 90c. . . . $90 00 
600 cubic yards rock excavation 

@ $2.50 . . . . 1,500 00 

Building retaining wall (un- 
finished) .... 3,000 00 

$4,590 00 
Less 15 per cent retained . 688 50 

3,901 50 

— — $4,591 70 

Public Alley No. 818, from St. Stephen street to Pubhc Alley No. 819. 
(Work not started.) 

Engineering $24 00 

Engineering expense 50 

$24 50 

Public Alley No. 819, from Westland avenue to Batavia street. (Work 
not started.) 

Engineering • . . . $8 00 

Engineering expense 20 

$8 20 

Public Alley No. 820, from Huntington avenue to St. Botolph street. 
(Work not started.) 

Engineering $16 00 

Engineering expense 2 43 

$18 43 



Public Works Department. 



311 



Public Alley No. 821, from Gainsborough street to Public Alley No. 820. 

Engineering $26 00 

Engineering expense 2 92 

$28 92 



Radford lane, from Carruth street to west side of Bushnell street. Four 
hundred cubic yards roadway excavated and 497 feet edgestone set. 
(Work unfinished.) 

Engineering . . 

Inspection .... 

Engineering expense . 

Advertising .... 

Labor, handling stock 

Labor, edgestone excavation 

Labor, edgestone setting . 

Labor, roadway excavation 

Labor, gutter paving . 

Cement .... 

Lumber .... 

Crushed stone 

Asphalt mixer, hire of 

Teaming .... 

Edgestone, 416 feet straight, 3 small corners, 

"?,763 80 



$98 92 


5 


00 


4 


73 


3 


88 


1 


36 


183 


78 


383 


74 


886 


03 


22 


08 


15 


40 


2 


11 


16 


28 


520 


00 


315 


54 


304 


95 



Redfield street, from Port Norfolk street to Walnut street. (Work done in 
1915.) 



Engineering . 
Engineering expense 



$4 50 
15 



$4 65 



Redlands road, from Centre street to Abbott street. (Work not started.) 
Engineering $18 60 



Ralston street, from Dorchester avenue to Old Colony avenue. Length, 
1,127 linear feet. Area, 3,256 square yards. Edgestone set, gutters 
repaved and crushed stone sidewalks constructed. (Work unfinished.) 



Engineering . 








$355 37 


Inspection 








379 90 


Engineering expense . 








8 30 


Advertising . 








13 28 


Lumber 








2 67 


Blocks .... 








18 00 


Labor, making stakes 








3 50 


Labor, handling stock 








31 25 


Flagging 








22 03 


Edgestone, 2,029 feet straight. 


2 special cu 




and 92 feet circular 




1,598 40 


Amount paid to William J. Rafft 


;rty Company 


) 


under contract: 






1,000 cubic yards earth excava 






tion @ $1 


$1,000 OC 


) 


2,050 linear feet straight edge- 


- 




stone and corners haulec 


I 




and set @ 17c. 


348 5( 


) 


100 linear feet circular edge 


. 




stone set @ 17c. 




17 OC 


) 



Carried forward 



$1,365 50 $2,432 70 



312 City Document No. 26. 

Brought forward . . . $1,365 50 $2,432 70 

70 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 17c. . 11 90 

19 square yards granite block 
paving hauled and laid, 
gravel joints, @ 85c. . 16 15 

98 square yards existing gran- 
ite block paving relaid, 
gravel joints, @ 75c. . 73 50 

62 square yards existing brick 

sidewalks relaid @ 50c., 31 00 

1,360 square yards crushed stone 
sidewalks furnished and 
placed @ 65c. . . 884 00 

12 covers reset @ $3 . 36 00 

Extra work — Construct 
concrete retaining wall 
on northerly side of Ral- 
- ston street, near Dor- 
chester avenue . . 115 00 
Extra work — Construct 
concrete retaining wall 
on southerly side of Ral- 
ston street, near Dor- 
chester avenue . . 90 00 



$2,623 05 
Less 15 per cent retained, 393 46 

Amount paid to Frank J. Hannon, under con- 
tract: 
9,655 cubic yards filling fur- 
nished @ 30c. . . $2,896 50 



2,229 59 



2,896 50 
$7,558 79 

Randall street, from Harrison avenue to Albany street. (Work done in 
1916.) Final payment in 1917. 

Engineering $4 52 

Engineering expense 50 

Hire of concrete mixer 55 25 

Amount paid to Central Construction Com- 
pany: 

Final payment under contract .... 483 58 

$543 85 

Richwood street, from Centre street to Montview street. Length, 1,267 
linear feet. Area, 3,548 square yards. Edgestone was set and reset, 
granite block gutters and brows were laid on 4-inch concrete base, 
cement grout joints. Topeka pavement (except seal coat) was laid 
on 4-inch concrete base and artificial stone sidewalks were constructed 
with loam spaces. 

Engineering $356 61 

Inspection 295 39 

Engineering expense 7 80 

Chemists' wages 6 96 

Labor, handling stock ..... 67 94 

Edgestone, 2,315 feet straight, 91 feet 3 inches 
circular, 15 small corners and 2 special cut 
pieces 1,857 93 

Carried forward $2,592 63 



Public Works Department. 313 

Brought fonoard $2,592 63 

Amount paid to Central Construction Com- 
pany, under contract: 
1,600 cubic yards earth excava- 
tion @ 74c. . . $1,184 00 
2,349 linear feet straight edge- 
stone and corners 
hauled and set @ 23c., 540 27 
79 linear feet circular edge- 
stone set @ 15c. . . 11 85 
36 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 15c. . 5 40 
11,600 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks furnished 
and laid® 14|c. . . 1,711 00 
560 square feet artificial stone 
driveways furnished 
and laid @ 14|c. . . 82 60 
550 square yards loam spaces 
furnished, placed and 
seeded @ 60c. . . 330 00 
Extra work — Omit fur- 
nishing and laying of 
brick block gutters, 
etc.: 
690 square yards concrete 
base and second-hand 
granite block paving 
furnished and laid @ 
S2 . . . 1,380 00 
Extra work — Omit 
sheet asphalt and sub- 
stitute Topeka pave- 
ment: 
2,740 square yards concrete 
base and Topeka pave- 
ment furnished and 
laid @ $2.05 . . 5,617 00 



10,862 12 
$13,454 75 



Ripleij road, from Vassar street to Harvard street. Length, 685 linear 
feet. Area, 1,982 square yards. Edgestone was set, granite block 
paving relaid, flagging crosswalks laid, roadway paved with asphalt, 
and artificial stone sidewalks constructed. 

Engineering $81 58 

Inspection 7 33 

Engineering expense 2 55 

Chemists' wages 9 00 

Labor 1 50 

Amount paid to Central Construction 

Company, under contract: 
1,100 cubic vards earth excava- 
tion @ 55c. . . . $605 00 
11 cubic yards rock excava- 
tion @ $5 ... 55 00 
1,065 linear feet straight edge- 
stone hauled and set 
@ 18c 191 70 

Carried forward . . . $851 70 $101 96 



314 



City Document No. 26. 



Brought forward 


$851 70 


268 linear feet circular edge- 




stone set @ lie. . 


29 48 


86 linear feet existing edge- 




stone reset @ 10c. 


8 60 


18 square yards existing gran- 




ite block paving relaid, 




grout joints, including 




concrete base, @ $1.25 . 


22 50 


21 square yards flagging 




crosswalks hauled and 




laid, grout joints, includ- 




ing concrete base, @ 




$1.50 ... 


31 50 


4 square yards existing flag- 




ging crosswalks relaid, 




grout joints, including 




concrete base, @ $1.20, 


4 80 


1,946 square yards concrete 




base, bituminous con- 




crete binder and asphalt 




wearing siu-face fur- 




nished and laid @ 




$1.60 .... 


3,113 60 


7,300 square feet artificial stone 




sidewalks furnished and 




laid @. 12*c. . 


912 50 


6 covers reset @ $3 


18 00 


Extra work — Rebuild 




catch-basins at corner 




of Vassar street : 




4 hours, mason, @ 70c. 


2 80 


8 hours' labor @, 30c. . 


2 40 


Plus 15 per cent on $5.20 . 


78 


2 bags cement @ 50c. . 


1 00 


5 cubic feet sand @ oc. 


25 


35 bricks @ lie. . 


53 


Extra work — Regrade 




edgestone trench, side- 




walks and roadway to 




conform with new line 




of street: 




16 hours, foreman, @ 62|c. . 


10 00 


184 hours* labor @ 30c. . 


55 20 


Plus 15 per cent on $65.20, 


9 78 


24 hours, double team, @ 75c. 


18 00 



$101 96 



Less amount retained 



Less amoimt paid in 1916, 



$5,093 43 

30 49 

$5,062 94 

3,182 40 



1,880 54 



1,98250 



Rowell street, from Hancock street to Gushing avenue. Length, 587 
linear feet. Area, 1,700 square yards. Asphalt macadam roadway 
constructed, edgestone set and artificial stone sidewalks constructed. 

Engineering $134 72 

Inspection 90 47 

Carried forward $225 19 



Public Works Department. 



315 



Brought forward 

Engineering expense 

Advertising 

Asphalt, 4,070 gallons Bermudez . 
Edgestone, 322 feet 4 inches circular 

Amount paid to M. DeMatteo, under contract: 
250 cubic yards earth excava- 
tion @ 75c. . . . $187 50 
8 cubic yards water box 

excavation @ $5 . . 40 00 

300 linear feet circular edge- 
stone set @ 12c . . 36 00 
1,930 square yards bituminous 
macadam surface fur- 
nished and placed @ 
80c. ... . 1,544 00 
2,000 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks furnished and 
laid @ 14c. . . 280 00 
37 linear feet artificial stone 
curbing furnished and 
placed @ $1 . . . 37 00 
4 covers reset @ $3 . . 12 00 



Less 15 per cent retained, 



$2,136 50 

320 48 



$225 19 

6 80 

4 48 

732 60 

411 39 



1,816 02 



,196 48 



Rugby road, Randolph road to Auckland street. Length, 552 linear feet. 
Area, 1,640 square yards. Edgestone was set, granite block gutters and 
brows were laid on a 4-inch concrete base with cement grout joints, 
sheet asphalt pavement was laid on 4-inch concrete base and artificial 
stone sidewalks were laid. 



Engineering . 

Inspection 

Engineering expense . 

Labor, handling stock 

Labor, stonecutter 

Chemists' wages . 

Edgestone, 978 feet 9 inches straight, 14 small 
corners, 41 feet 6 inches circular and 4 
special cut pieces 

Amount paid Central Construction Company, 
under contract: 
800 cubic yards earth excava- 
tion @ 74c. . 
60 cubic vards rock excava- 
tion® $6 . . . 
1,020 linear feet straight edge- 
stone and corners hauled 
and set @ 23c. 
36 linear feet circular edge- 
stone set @ 15c. 
1,215 square yards concrete base, 
bituminous concrete 
binder and asphalt 
wearing surface fur- 
nished and laid @ $2.05, 



$592 00 
360 00 



234 60 
5 40 



2,490 75 



$140 32 
175 23 
10 62 
15 67 
38 50 
13 57 



844 59 



Carried forward 



5,682 75 $1,238 50 



316 



City Document No. 26. 



Brought forward 
6,600 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks furnished and 
laid @ 14|c. . 
150 square feet artificial stone 
driveways furnished 
and laid @ 14fc. . 
Extra work — Omit fur- 
nishing and la3ang of 
brick block gutters, etc.: 
2S0 square yards concrete base 
and second-hand gran- 
ite block gutters fur- 
nished and laid @ $2 



$3,682 75 SI, 238 50 



973 50 



22 13 



560 00 



5,238 38 



,476 88 



St. Albans road, from Francis street to Huntington avenue. Length, 632 
linear feet. Area, 2,387 square yards. Artificial stone sidewalks 
constructed. Asphalt macadam roadway constructed. (Unfinished 
work from 1916.) 

Engineering 

Inspection 

Engineering expense 

Advertising 

Use of dump 

Cnished stone, 1,095 tons 

Cement, 2 barrels 

Gravel 

Bricks 

Edgestone 

Asphalt, 5,030 gallons Bermudez 

Teaming 

Steam roller, picking 

Steam roller, rolling 



Amount paid to Charles J. Jacobs Company, 

under contract : 
8,824 square feet artificial stone sidewalks 

fm-nished and laid @ 16c. 
Labor, edgestone excavating 
Labor, edgestone setting . 
Labor, crosswalk excavating 
Labor, crosswalk relaying . 
Labor, street cleaning 
Labor, roadway excavating 
Labor, macadam spreading 



$33 57 


40 


35 




75 


2 


65 


24 


75 


1,354 55 


4 


44 


15 


97 


4 


50 


5 


04 


905 40 


275 


05 


53 


00 


139 


25 


1,411 


84 


17 


50 


23 


00 


15 


75 


31 


42 


12 


00 


749 


08 


710 


38 



$5,830 24 



St. Rose street, from South street 416 feet westerly. Length, 416 linear feet. 
Area, 1,232 square yards. Edgestone was set, granite block paving 
relaid, roadway surfaced with bituminous macadam, and artificial 
stone sidewalks and driveways constructed 

Engineering $197 47 

Inspection 212 95 

Engineering expense 9 77 

Labor, handling stock 10 66 

Edgestone, 704 feet straight. 111 feet circular 

and 2 small corners 654 39 



Carried forward 



L,085 24 



Public Works Department. 317 



Brought forward $1,085 24 

Asphalt, 3,199 gallons Bermudez . . . 575 82 



$1,661 06 
Credit: Flagging, $13.20; blocks, $6.92 . . 20 12 



Amount paid to Martino De Matteo, under 
contract : 

Removing trees, bushes. 

etc .' $20 00 

608 cubic yards earth excava- 
tion @, 75c. ... 456 00 
6.5 cubic yards water box 

excavation @ $5 . . 32 50 

5 cubic yards rock excava- 
tion @- $5 . . . 25 00 
721 linear feet straight edge- 
stone and corners hauled 
and set @ 25c. . . 180 25 
112 linear feet circular edge- 
stone set @ 12c. . . 13 44 
35 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 13c. . 4 55 
9 square yards existing gran- 
ite block paving relaid 
@ 45c. .... 4 05 
1,366 square yards bitiuninous 
macadam surface fur- 
nished and placed @ 
80c. ... . 1,092 80 
5,187 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks furnished and 
laid @- 14c. . . . 726 18 
58 square feet artificial stone 
driveways furnished and 
laid @ 20c. ... 11 60 
4 covers reset @ $3 . . 12 00 
Extra work — ■ Reset 
covers over 6 inches: 
3 covers reset @ $5 . . 15 00 
Extra work — Cut edge- 
stone to set on vertical 



curve : 




1 hour, edgestone setter, @ 




62ic 


63 


Plus 15 per cent on 63c. . 


09 


Extra work — Remove 




asphalt from edgestone: 




18 hours' labor @ 35c. 


6 30 


Plus 15 per cent on $6.30 . 


95 


4 gallons kerosene @ 14c. . 


56 




$2,539 37 


Less 15 per cent retained, 


380 91 



$1,640 94 



2,158 46 
$3,799 40 



Santuit street, from Roseland street to Welles avenue. Length, 386 linear 
feet. Area, 1,117 square yards. Artificial stone sidewalks con- 
structed. Asphalt surface laid on 4-inch concrete base. 



318 



City Document No. 26. 



Engineering 


$66 11 


Inspection 


44 19 


Engineering expense . . 


1 40 


Advertising . . _ 


7 28 


Chemists' wages . ' 


12 00 


Labor, handling stock .... 


3 00 


Labor, edgestone excavating 


184 00 


Labor, edgestone resetting 


39 00 


Labor, roadway excavating 


549 77 


Labor, mixing asphalt .... 


551 75 


Labor, spreading asphalt .... 


115 68 


Labor, mixing and spreading concrete . 


502 28 


Labor, gutter excavating .... 


70 74 


Labor, gutter pa^dng 


215 77 


Pebbles 


3 99 


Gravel 


31 50 


Sand . . 


312 80 


Blocks . 


95 00 


Bricks 


3 15 


Lumber 


56 47 


Edgestone 


144 12 


Cement, 122 barrels 


298 37 


Crushed stone, 292 tons .... 


498 76 


Rent of mixing plant 


865 00 


Teaming 


514 87 


Steam roller 


33 75 


Asphalt, 1,934 gallons Bermudez 


348 12 


Asphalt binder, 500 gallons 


50 00 


Amount paid to r^Iichael D. Russo & Co., unde 


r 


contract: 




3,189 square feet artificial stone 




sidewalks furnished and 




laid @ 19§c . . $621 8f 


) 


2 cubic yards water box ex- 




cavation @ S2 . . 4 DC 





Less 12 double loads dirt 
removed bv city forces 
@ SI .' . . . 



$625 86 



12 00 



613 86 



),232 73 



SaviUe street, from Park street to Stratford street. Length, 314 linear feet. 
Area, 915 square yards. Edgestone was set and reset at corners, 
granite blocks, hip gutters and brows were laid on a 4-inch concrete 
base with cement grout joints, sheet asphalt pavement was laid on 
4-inch concrete base and artificial stone .sidewalks with loam spaces 
were laid. 



Engineering 


$88 31 


Inspection 


105 59 


Engineering expense 


1 25 


Advertising 


4 48 


Blocks 


40 00 


Edgestone, 17 feet 5 inches circular and 24 feet 




4 inches straight 


41 90 


Amount paid Central Construction Company, 




under contract: 




430 cubic vards earth excava- 




tion @ 74c. . . . $318 20 





Carried forward 



$318 20 



$281 53 



Public Works Department. 



319 



Brought forward . . . $318 20 

24 linear feet straight edge- 
stone and corners hauled 
and set @ 23c. . . 5 52 

18 linear feet circular edge- 
stone set @ 15c. . . 2 70 
30 hnear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 15c. . . 4 50 
■ 240 square yards granite block 
paving hauled and laid, 
grout joints, including 
concrete base, @ $1.60 . 384 00 
715 square yards concrete base, 
bituminous concrete 
binder and asphalt wear- 
ing surface furnished and 
laid @ $2.05 . . . 1,465 75 
2,800 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks furnished and 
laid @ 14f c. ... 413 00 
100 square yards loam space 
furnished, placed and 
seeded @ 60c. . . 60 00 



$281 53 



2,653 67 



^935 20 



Seaver street, from Blue Hill avenue to Humboldt avenue. Length, 2,676 
linear feet. Area, 12,225 square yards Sheet asphalt pavement 
laid, edgestone set and artificial stone sidewalks constructed. (Un- 
finished work from 1915 and 1916) See data on section from Hum- 
boldt avenue to Walnut avenue. 



Engineering . 








$551 


32 


Inspection 








190 


00 


Engineering expense . 








9 


55 


Advertising . 








8 


12 


Labor, handling stock 








38 


85 


Block, old granite 








577 


29 


Edgestone . 








2,103 


30 


Crushed stone 








15 


03 


Chemists' wages . 








39 


25 


Setting out trees . 








992 


00 


Amount paid to Warren Broth 


ers Company 






under contract: 








Preparing site . 


$1 0( 


) 




25 cubic vards rock excava 


- 






tion @, $6 . 


150 OC 


) 




3,784 linear feet straight edge 








stone and corner' 


3 






hauled and set @ 30c. 


1,135 2( 


) 




209 hnear feet circular edge 








stone set @ 23c. 


48 07 






546 linear feet existing edge 








stone reset @ 19c. 


103 74 


t 




25 square yards existing 








granite block pavina 








relaid, gravel joints, @ 








60c. . . . . 


15 OC 






1,400 square yards granite 








block paving haulec 


[ 






and laid, grout joints 








@ $1.35 




1.890 OC 







Carried forward 



,343 01 



1,524 71 



320 City Document No. 26. 

Brought forward • . ■ . • S3,343 01 .?.4,524 71 

1,704 square yards existing 

granite block paving 

taken up, cleaned and 

relaid, grout joints, @ 

90c 1,533 60 

4 square yards existing 
flagging crossw a 1 k s 
taken up, cleaned and 
relaid, grout joints. @ 
$1.10 .... 4 40 

16,774 square yards bituminous 
concrete binder and 
asphalt wearing sur- 
face furnished and laid 
@ $1.50 . . . 25,161 00 
24,806 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks furnished 
and laid @ 18c. . . 4,465 08 

1,519 square feet artificial stone 
driveways furnished 
and laid @ 22c. . 
3 covers reset @ $3 . 
2,915 square yards loam graded 
and seeded @ 10c. 
127 square yards existing 
telford base taken up 
and relaid @ 53 c. 
1,394 tons crushed stone iwc- 
nished, placed and 
rolled @ $1.89 . 
Extra work — Remove 
concrete around trolley 
poles to permit setting 
of edgestone and cut 
edgestone in suitable 
lengths to set a curve: 
45 hours' labor @ 35c. . 15 75 

16 hours, stonecutter, @ 

62ic 10 00 

Plus 15 per cent on 

$25.75 .... 3 86 

Extra work — ■ Relocate 
gutter in Park drive- 
way, opposite Elm Hill 
avenue : 
8 hours' labor @ 35c. 2 80 

6 hours, paver, @ 62^c. . 3 75 

Plus 15 per cent on $6.55, 98 

Extra work — Excavate 
the surplus loam from 
loam spaces, and haul 
and grade same as 
directed: 
96 hours' labor @ 35c. 

Plus 15 per cent on 

$33.60 .... 

29 hours, double team, @ 

75c 

Carried forward 



334 
9 


18 
00 


295 


50 


67 


31 


2,634 


66 



33 60 




5 04 




21 75 




$37,945 27 


$4,524 71 



Public Woeks Department. 321 

Brought forward . $37,945 27 $4,524 71 

Extra work — Furnish 
extra cinders to con- 
form to change of grade 
at back of sidewalk, 
between Elm Hill ave- 
nue and Maple street: 
12 double loads @ $2.50 . 30 00 

Extra work — Slope the 
bank at the Roxbury 
Latin School lot: 
10 hours, foreman, @ 62ic., 6 25 

80 hours' labor @ 35c. " . 28 00 

Plus 15 per cent on 

$34.25 .... 5 14 

16 hours, double team, @ 

75c 12 00 



$38,026 66 
Less amount charged to 
section from Walnut 
avenue to Humboldt 
avenue .... 11,408 00 

26,618 66 

$31,143 37 

Seaver street, from Humboldt avenue to Walnut avenue. Length, 1,457 
feet. Area, 6,800 square yards. Sheet asphalt pavement laid and 
artificial stone sidewalks constructed. (See data on section from Blue 
Hill avenue to Humboldt avenue.) 

Engineering $259 24 

Inspection 81 42 

Engineering expense 12 35 

Setting out trees 425 00 

Advertising 3 48 

Labor, handling stock 16 65 

Blocks 247 41 

Edgestone 901 41 

Chemists' wages 17 50 

Gravel 2 00 

Cement 59 

Teaming 68 00 

Steam roller 6 50 

Amount paid to Warren Brothers Company, 
under contract (for details, see section 
from Blue Hill avenue to Walnut avenue) : 
Total amount paid under con- 
tract as per details . . . $38,026 66 
Less amount charged to other 

section 26,618 66 

. 11,408 00 

$13,449 55 

Selwyn street, from Farquhar street 1,174 feet northeasterly. (Work not 
sta)"ted.) 



Advertising 

Edgestone, 1,930 feet straight . . . . • 1,389 60 



— $1,394 08 



322 



City Document No. 26. 



South street, from Chestnut Hill avenue to Commonwealth avenue. 
Length, 616 linear feet. Area, 1,855 square yards. Artificial stone 
sidewalks, 8,197 square feet. The street was subgraded and new 
edgestones were set and the roadway was paved with asphalt and 
granite block gutters on a 4-inch concrete base. Artificial stone side- 
walks and driveways were furnished and laid. 



Engineering 




$378 04 


Inspection 




108 82 


Engineering expense . 




10 10 


Advertising 




7 28 


Labor, handling stock 




4 32 


Blocks 




272 00 


Edgestone, 860 feet 4 inches straight, 109 feet 




6i inches circular and 9 small corners 


788 46 


Amount paid to Coleman Brothers, under con- 




tract : 






750 cubic yards earth excava- 






tion @ 90c. . 


$675 00 




5 cubic yards rock excava- 






tion @ $5 


25 00 




1,123 linear feet straight edge- 






stone and corners hauled 






alid set @ 25c. 


280 75 




110 linear feet circular edge- 






stone set @ 25c. . 


27 50 




101 linear feet existing edge- 






stone reset @ 20c. 


20 20 




206 cubic yards concrete base 






furnished and laid @ $6, 


1,236 00 




351 square yards granite block 






paving hauled and laid, 






grout joints, @ $1.60 . 


561 60 




1,504 square yards bituminous 






concrete binder and as- 






phalt wearing surface 






furnished and laid @ 






$1.59 .... 


2,391 36 




7,690 square feet artificial stone 






sidewalks furnished and 






laid @ 16c. . 


1,230 40 




411 square feet artificial stone 






driveways furnished and 






laid @ 20c. . 


82 20 




6 covers i eset @ $3 . 


18 00 





Less 15 per cent retained. 



1,548 01 
982 20 



5,565 81 



$7,134 83 



Southwick street, from Neponset avenue to Freeport street. Length, 359 
linear feet. Area 1,037 square yards. Filling furnished and placed, 
edgestone set, roadway paved with asphalt and artificial stone side- 
walks constructed. (Work unfinished.) 

Engineering $157 90 

Inspection 122 80 

Engineering expense 2 85 

Labor, handling stock 8 01 

Carried forward $291 56 



Public Works Department. 323 



Brought fonoard 




$291 


56 


Edgestone, 537 feet 5 inches straight, 115 feet 






7 5 inches circular, 4 small corners and 2 






special cut pieces 




567 


52 


Teaming 




6 


00 


Amount paid to Central Construction Com- 






pany, under contract: 








Removing trees, etc. 


$58 00 






140 cubic yards earth excava- 








tion @ 55c. . 


77 00 






1,000 cubic yards filling fur- 








nished @ 50c. 


500 00 






550 linear feet straight edge- 








stone hauled and set @ 








18c. . . . 


99 00 






120 linear feet circular edge- 








stone set @ lie. . 


13 20 






1,000 square yards concrete base. 








bituminous concrete 








binder and asphalt wear- 








ing surface furnished 








and laid (unfinished) @ 








60c 


600 00 






3;300 square feet artificial stone 








sidewalks furnished and 








laid @ 12ic. . 


412 50 






100 square feet artificial stone 








driveways furnished and 








laid @ 14c. . 


14 00 








$1,773 70 




Less amount retained 


30 48 








$1,743 22 




Less amount paid in 1916, 


425 00 










1,318 


22 












itto 1 QQ on 






— •I>z,ioo oyj 



Stratton street, from Lucerne street to Lyford street. (Work not started.) 

Engineering $127 00 

Engineering expense 1 20 

Advertising 1 50 

$129 70 



Stuart street, from Berkeley street to Columbus avenue. (Work not 
started.) 

Engineering $11 00 

Engineering expense 30 

$11 30 



Tehroc street, from Bowdoin street to Levant street. (Work not started.) 
Engineering $10 00 

Temple street, from Spring street to Ivory street. Length, 1,091 linear 
feet. Area 3,152 square yards. Edgestone set, sheet asphalt pave- 
ment laid on a 4-inch concrete base and artificial stone sidewalks 
constructed. 



324 City Document No. 26. 

Engineering 

Inspection ' 

Engineering expense 

Chemists' wages ' 

Blocks ' 

Teaming [ 



Credit: Edgestone 



Amoimt paid Central Construction Company, 
under contract: 
2,127 cubic yards earth excava- 
tion @ 5oc. . . . $1,169 85 
. 42 cubic j'ards rock excava- 
tion @ So . . . 210 00 
2,037 linear feet straight edge- 
stone and corners 
hauled and set @ 17c., 346 29 
119 linear feet circular edge- 
stone set @ 15c. . . 17 85 
7 linear feet existing gran- 
ite block pa\'ing re- 
laid, gravel joints, @ 

50c 3 50 

3,214 square yards concrete 
base, bituminous con- 
crete binder and asphalt 
wearing surface fur- 
nished and laid @ $1.58, 5,078 12 
13,526 square feet artificial 
stone sidewalks fur- 
nished and laid @ 

life 1,589 31 

57 square feet artificial 
stone driveways fur- 
nished and laid' @ 15c. 8 55 
7 covers reset @ $3 . . 21 00 
Extra work — Remove 
tree not shown on 
plan: 
16 hours' labor @ 375C. . 6 00 
Plus 15 per cent on $6 . 90 
• Extra work — Remove 
edgestone already set 
and construct drive- 
way: 

6 hours, edgestone setter, 

@ 75c 4 50 

12 hours, helper, @, 33§c. 4 00 

Plus 15 per cent on $8.50, 1 28 



$8,461 15 
Less amount paid in 1916, 1,528 30 



$114 30 


85 45 


10 


27 


42 


16 


4 


00 


142 


50 


$398 68 


30 


24 



$368 44 



6,932 85 
$7,301 29 



Public Works Department. 



325 



Theodore street, from Morton street 618 feet easterly. Length, 618 linear 
feet. Area, 1,803 square yards. Asphalt roadway laid on a concrete 
base, new edgestone set and part of the sidewalks laid with artificial 
stone. 



Engineering . 








$103 21 


Inspection . 








50 27 


Engineering expense . 








4 25 


Chemists' wages . 








23 78 


Labor, handling stock 








45 


Labor, stonecutter 








12 25 


Edgestone . 








45 39 


Amount paid to Central Construction Com 


. 


pany, under contract: 






375 cubic yards earth excava 


- 




tion @ 55c. . 


$206 25 


75 cubic yards rock excava 


. 




tion @ $5 


375 00 


1,000 cubic yards fiUing fur 


- 




nished @, 50c. 


500 00 


1,100 linear feet straight edge- 




stone hauled and set @ 




18c. 


198 00 


19 linear feet circular edge 


- 




stone set @ lie. . 


2 09 


50 linear feet existing edge- 




stone reset @ 10c. 


5 00 


1,800 square yards c o n c r e t 


B 




base, bituminous con 


- 




Crete binder and asphalt 




wearing surface fur 


_ 




nished and laid @ $1.60 


2.880 00 


•3,500 square feet artificial stone 




sidewalks furnished and 




laid @ 12ic. . 


437 50 


2 covers reset @ $3 






6 00 



Less amount retained 



Less amount paid in 1916, 



$4,609 84 

30 48 

$4,579 36 

282 63 



4,296 73 



$4,536 33 



Ticknor street, from Columbia road to INIarine road. 

Engineering 

Engineering expense 



(Work not started.) 
$48 00 
40 
$48 40 



Tovar street, from Bowdoin street to Cameron street. (Work not started.) 
Engineering $5 00 

Tuckerman street, from Dorchester street to Middle street. Length, 376 
linear feet. Area, 783 square yards. Edgestone was set, gutters 
repaved, roadway paved with asphalt, existing brick sidewalks relaid 
and artificial stone sidewalks constructed. (Work done in 1916.) 

Engineering $4 51 

Engineering expense 20 

Carried forward $4 71 



326 



City Document No. 26. 



Brought forivard 
Chemists' wages .... 
Amount paid Central Construction 
under contract: 
255 cubic yards earth excava- 
tion @ 55c. 
12 cubic yards rock excava- 
tion @ $5 
20 cubic yards filling fur- 
nished @ 50c. 
666 hnear feet straight edge- 
stone and corners 
hauled and set @ 18c. . 
33 linear feet circular edge- 
stone set @ lie. . 
60 liaear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 10c. . 

20 square yards existing gran- 

ite block paving relaid, 
gravel joints, @ 40c. 
768 square yards concrete base, 
bitmninous concrete 
binder and asphalt 
wearing surface f lu"- 
nished and set @ $1.60, 

21 square yards existing 

brick sidewalks relaid 
@ 30c. . . . 
3,055 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks furnished and 
laid @, 12ic. . 
5 covers reset @ $3 

Less amount paid in 1916, 

Less amount retained 



H 71 
9 00 



Company, 



140 


25 


60 


00 


10 


00 


119 88 


3 


63 


6 


00 



8 00 



1,228 80 


6 


30 


381 
15 


88 
00 


$1,979 
1,674 


74 

28 


$305 46 
30 48 



274 98 



$288 69 



Turner street, from Washington street to Faneuil street. Length, 1,255 
linear feet. Area, 3,655 square yards. Artificial stone sidewalks, 
14,379 square feet. The street was subgraded and new edgestones 
were set and the roadway was paved with asphalt and granite block 
gutters on a 4-inch concrete base. Artificial stone sidewalks and 
driveways were furnished and laid. 

Engineering . 

Inspection 

Engineering expense . 

Advertising . 

Labor, handling stock 

Labor, making templets 

Lumber 

Blocks, 23,875 old granite 

Edgestone, 2,174 feet straight, 20 feet 5 inches 

circular, 6 small corners and 6 special cut 
Teaming 



$262 


14 


156 


01 


7 


30 


7 


28 


32 


90 


7 


00 


3 


39 


477 


50 


1,674 


64 


10 


75 



Carried forward 



$2,638 91 



Public" Works Department. 



327 



Brought forward 

Amount paid to Coleman Brothers Company, 
under contract: 
2,026 cubic yards earth excava- 
tion @ 90c. . . . $1,823 40 
2,219 Hnear feet straight edge- 
stone and corners 
hauled and set @ 25c., 554 75 

73 Unear feet circular edge- 
stone set @ 25c. . . 18 25 
63 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 20c. . 12 60 
406 cubic yards concrete base 
furnished and laid @ 



$2,638 91 



5 square yards granite block 

paving relaid, gravel 
joints, (5), $1 . 
733 square yards granite block 
paving hauled and laid, 
grout joints, @ $1.60 . 
2,930 square yards bituminous 
concrete binder and as- 
phalt wearing surface 
furnished and laid @ 
$1.59 .... 

6 square yards existing 

brick sidewalks relaid 
@ 50c. ... 
14,207 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks furnished and 
laid @/ 16c. . 
172 square feet artificial stone 
driveways furnished 
and laid @ 20c. . 



Less 15 per cent retained. 



2,436 00 



5 00 



1,172 80 



4,642 80 



3 00 



2,273 12 



34 40 

$12,976 12 
1,946 42 



11,029 70 



$13,668 61 



Upland avenue, from Park street to Melville avenue. Length, 748 linear 
feet. Area, 2,562 square yards. Asphalt pavement laid and artificial 
stone sidewalks with loam space constructed. 



Engineering 




$47 96 


Inspection 




30 61 


Engineering expense . 




1 65 


Chemists' wages .... 




9 00 


Photographs 




7 50 


Amount paid to Central Construct 


ion Com- 




pany, under contract: 






1,090 cubic yards earth excava- 






tion @ 55c. . 


$599 50 




2 square yards granite block 






paving hauled and laid, 






grout joints, @ $1.40 . 


2 80 




2,562 square yards concrete base. 






bituminous concrete 






binder and asphalt wear- 






ing surface furnished 






and laid @ $1.60 . 


4,099 20 





Carried forward 



1,701 50 



$96 72 



328 City Document No. 26. 

$96 72 



Brought forward 


S4,701 50 


7,000 square feet artificial stone 




sidewalks furnished and 




laid @ 12|c. . . 


875 00 


550 square feet artiScial stone 




driveways furnished and 




laid @ 14c. . 


77 00 


6 covers reset @ $3 . 


18 00 


1,300 square yards loam spaces 




seeded and graded @ 




9c 


117 00 


78 cubic yards loam furnished 




@§1.50 .... 


117 00 




$5,905 50 


Less amount retained 


29 41 




$5,876 09 


Less amount paid in 1916, 


4,039 37 



1,836 72 
$1,933 44 



Vista street, from Augustus avenue to Malvern road. Length, 399 linear 
feet. .\rea, 1,218 square yards. Edgestonewasset, roadway surfaced 
with bitmninous macadam and artificial stone sidewalks and drive- 
ways were constructed. 

Engineering 

Inspection 

Engineering expense 

Asphalt, 3,439 gallons Bermudez 



Credit: Edgestone 



$81 


68 


54 


55 


5 


66 


619 


02 


$760 91 


17 


58 



$743 33 



Amoimt paid to Martino DeMatteo, under 
contract : 
486 cubic yards earth excava- 

, tion @ 75c. . . . $364 50 

7 cubic yards water box ex- 
cavation @ $5 . . 35 00 
3 cubic yards rock excava- 
tion @ $5 . . . 15 00 
667 linear feet straight edge- 
stone and corners hauled 
and set @ 25c. . . 166 75 
126 linear feet circular edge- 
stone set @ 12c. . . 15 12 
1,197 square yards bituminous 
macadam surface fur- 
nished and placed @ 

80c 957 60 

4,498 square feet artificial stone 
sidewallvs furnished and 
laid @ 14c. . . . 629 72 

108 square feet artificial stone 
drivewavs furnished and 
laid @ 20c. ... 21 60 



Carried forward . . . $2,205 29 $743 33 



Public Works Department. 



329 



Brought forward 

Less 15 per cent retained, 



2,205 29 
330 79 



$743 33 



Less amount paid in 1916, 



L,874 50 
328 86 



1,545 64 



2,288 97 



Wachusett street, from Walk HUl street to Eldridge road, 
started.) 



Engineering 



(Work not 



$14 00 



40 46 


5 


55 


7 


28 


3 


75 


7 


00 


1 


69 


73 


00 


207 


98 



Waldo terrace, from Washington street to Henshaw street. Length, 292 
linear feet. Area, 510 square yards. Area, artificial stone sidewalks, 
1,678 square feet. The street was subgraded, edgestones were set 
and reset, and the roadway was paved with asphalt and granite block 
gutters on a 4-inch concrete base. Artificial stone sidewalks were 
furnished and laid. (Some walk was laid back of street line.) 

Engineering $139 44 

Inspection 

Engineering expense . 

Advertising . 

Labor, handling stock 

Labor, making templets 

Lumber .... 

Blocks .... 

Edgestone 

Amount paid to Coleman Brothers Company, 

under contract : 
177 cubic yards earth excava- 
tion @ 90c. . . $159 30 
251 linear feet straight edge- 
stone and corners haiiled 
and set @ 25c. . . 62 75 
23 linear feet circular edge- 
stone set @ 25c. . . 5 75 
274 linear feet existing e d g e - 

stone reset @ 20c. . . 54 80 

57 cubic yards concrete base 

furnished and laid @ $6, 342 00 

104 square yards granite block 
paving hauled and laid, 
grout joints, @ $1.60 . 166 40 

406 square yards bituminous 
concrete binder and as- 
phalt wearing surface fur- 
nished and laid @ $1.59, 645 54 
499 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks furnished and 
laid @ 16c. ... 239 84 
179 square feet artificial stone 
driveways furnished and 
laid @ 20c. ... 35 80 



Less 15 per cent retained 



$1,712 18 
256 83 



1,455 35 



L,941 50 



330 City Document No. 26. 

Walk Hill street, from Blue Hill avenue to Fottler road. (Work not 
started.) 

Engineering 55101 66 

Engineering expense 1 30 

$102 96 

Washington street, from Morton street to Asticou road. Length, 510 linear 
feet. Area, 1,957 square yards. The roadway was paved with 
granite blocks with grout joints. Artificial stone sidewalks were 
constructed. 

Engineering $116 12 

Inspection 10 44 

Engineering expense 6 55 

Crushed stone 11 90 

Amount paid to James Doherty, under con- 
tract : 
1,525 cubic yards earth excava- 
tion @ 66ic. . . . $1,014 13 
48 linear feet circular edge- 
stone set @ 13c. . . 6 24 
556 hnear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 14f c. . 82 01 
291 cubic yards concrete base 
furnished and laid @ 
$5.25 .... 1,527 75 

5 square yards existing gra,n- 

ite block paving relaid, 

gravel joints, @ 45c. . 2 25 

. 866 square yards granite block 
paving furnished and 
laid, grout joints, @ 
$2.49 . . . . 2,156 34 

1,030 square yards existmg gran- 
ite block paving relaid, 
grout joints, @, 95c. . 978 50 

61 square yards existing flag- 
ging crosswalks relaid 
@ 90c 54 90 

2,827 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks furnished and 
laid @ 12fc. ... 360 44 

6 covers reset @ $3 . . 18 00 
Concrete wall built . . 1,090 00 
Extra work — Take down 

and rebuild to new line 
mortar wall at corner of 
Morton street: 
Taking down and rebuild- 
ing waU . . . . 270 00 
Extra work — Relay gran- 
ite block paving on con- 
crete base, grout joints, 
over New England Tele- 
phone and Telegraph 
Company trench oppo- 
site Asticou road: 

2 hours, foreman, @ 62|c., 1 25 

2 hours, paver, @ 62|c. . 1 25 

Carried forward . . . $7,563 06 $145 01 



Public Works Department. 331 

$145 01 



Brought forward 


$7,563 06 


2 hours, tender, @ 30c. 


60 


1 hour, rammer, @ 30c. 


30 


12 hours' labor @ 30c. . 


3 60 


Plus 15 per cent on $7 


1 05 


7 bags cement @ 50c. 


3 50 


1 single load sand @ $1 


1 00 


1 ton crushed stone @ $1.50, 1 50 



$7,574 61 
Less amount paid in 1916, 5,456 39 



2,118 22 

$2,263 23 



Waupello road, from Saratoga street to Bayswater street. (Work not 
started.) 

Engineering $221 00 

Engineering expense 55 

$221 55 



Wensley street, from Bucknam street to Bickford avenue. Length, 416 
Unear feet. Area, 1,202 square yards. Edgestone set, bituminous 
macadam roadway constructed and artificial stone sidewalks laid. 



Engineering 

Laspection . . . . 
Engineering expense . 
Labor, handhng stock 




$131 

180 

3 

9 


28 
79 
70 
63 


Edgestone, 793 feet straight, 7 feet 5 inches 

circular 

Asphalt, 3,678 gallons Bermudez 


580 
662 


49 
04 


Amount paid M. DeMatteo, under contract: 
200 cubic yards earth excava- 
tion @ 75c. . . . $150 00 






19 cubic yards water box 
excavation @ $5 . 


95 00 






350 cubic yards filling fur- 
nished @ $1 . 


350 00 






775 linear feet straight edge- 
stone and corners hauled 
and set @ 25c. 


193 75 






57 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 13c. 


7 41 






427 linear feet crushed stone 
and concrete foundation 
furnished and laid @ 
14c 


59 78 






10 square yards existing gran- 
ite block paving relaid 
@45c 


4 50 






10 square yards existing flag- 
ging crosswalks relaid 
@45c 


4 50 







Carried forward . . . $864 94 $1,567 93 



332 City Document No. 26. 

Brought forward . . . $864 94 $1,567 93 

1,150 square yards bituminous 
macadam siu-face fur- 
nished and laid (im- 
finished) @ 60c. . . 690 00 

5,300 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks furnished and 
laid @ 14c. ... 742 00 



$2,296 94 
Less 15 per cent retained, 344 54 



1,952 40 
$3,520 33 



Westhrook street, from Bennington street to Saratoga street. (Work not 
started.) 

Advertising $4 48 

Engineering expense 10 

$4 58 

Westover street, from Weld street to Dunbar street. (Work not started.) 

Engineering $81 36 

Engineering expense 40 

Advertising 3 88 

$85 64 

Westwood street, from Richfield street to Wales place. Length, 607 linear 
feet. Area, 1,760 square yards. Asphalt roadway with granite edge- 
stones was laid and artificial stone sidewalks were constructed. 

Engineering $82 69 

Inspection 87 35 

Engineering expense 7 68 

Chemists' wages ' 10 79 

Edgestone, 203 feet circular .... 256 15 

Blocks 8 00 

Teaming 3 50 

Amount paid Central Construction Company, 

under contract: 
1,400 cubic yards earth excava- 
tion @ 74c. . . . $1,036 00 
115 cubic yards rock excava- 
tion @ $6 . . . 690 00 
910 linear feet straight edge- 
stone and corners hauled 
and set @ 23c. . . 209 30 
205 linear feet circular edge- 
stone set @ 15c. . . 30 75 
65 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 15c. . 9 75 
1,755 square yards concrete base, 
bituminous concrete 
binder and asphalt 
wearing surface fur- 
nished and laid @ $2.05, 3,597 75 

Carried forward . . . $5,573 55 $456 16 



Public Works Department. 



333 



Brought forward 
7,168 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks furnished and 
laid @ 14fc. . 


$5,573 55 
1,057 28 


$456 16 
5,064 68 




Less amount retained 


S6,630 83 
1,566 15 


$5,520 84 







William Jackson avenue, from Chestnut Hill avenue to Academy Hill road. 
(Work not started.) 

Engineering $11 08 

Advertising 4 48 

Edgestone 11 97 

$27 53 

Willow court, extended to Massachusetts avenue. (Work not started.) 

Engineering . * $11 50 

Engineering expense 30 

Advertising 4 48 

$16 28 

Wilmington avenue, from Milton avenue to Nevada street. (Work not 
started.) 

Engineering $102 19 

Engineering expense 40 

Advertising 8 83 



$111 42 



Wordsivorth street, from Horace street to Coleridge street. Length, 750 
linear feet. Area, 2,726 square yards. Edgestone set, gutters 
repaved, roadway paved with asphalt pavement and artificial stone 
sidewalks constructed. 



Engineering .... 

Inspection .... 

Engineering expense . 

Labor, handhng stock 

Chemists' wages . 

Edgestone, 823 feet 8 inches straight, 2 special 

cut pieces and 166 feet circular . 
Amount paid Central Construction Company, 

under contract: 
1,000 cubic yards earth excava- 
tion @ 74c. . 
832 linear feet straight edge- 
stone and corners hauled 
and set @ 23c. 
180 linear feet circular edge- 
stone set @ 15c. . 
28 square yards granite block 
paving hauled and laid, 
grout joints, including 
concrete base, @ $1.60, 



$740 00 



191 36 
27 00 



$229 19 
120 59 

11 30 

12 60 
10 79 

823 80 



44 80 



Carried forward 



$1,003 16 $1,208 27 



334 City Document No. 26. 

Brought forward . . $1,003 16 $1,208 27 

2,298 square yards concrete base, 
bituminous concrete 
binder and asphalt wear- 
ing surface furnished 
and laid @ $2.05 . . 4,710 90 

6,746 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks furnished and 
laid @ 14fc. ... 995 04 

70 square feet artificial stone 
driveway furnished and 
laid @ 14fc. ... 10 33 

24 Hnear feet artificial stone 
ciu-bing furnished and 
laid @ $1.90 . . . 45 60 

6 covers reset @ $3 . . 18 00 

43 hnear feet wood fence fur- 
nished and built @ $2 . 86 00 
Extra work — Omit fur- 
nishing and laying of 
brick block gutters, etc. : 
320 square yards concrete base 
and second-hand granite 
block gutters furnished 
and laid @ $2 . . 640 00 



7,509 03 

$8,717 30 

Wyoming street, from Wabeno street to Humboldt avenue. Length, 200 
linear feet. Area, 653 square yards. Edgestone set, bituminous 
macadam roadway laid and artificial stone sidewalks constructed. 



Engineering . . 




$21 25 


Inspection 




67 76 


Engineering expense . 




1 75 


Advertising 




4 48 


Edgestone, 123 feet straight and 19 feet cir- 




cular 




124 86 


Asphalt, 1,697 gallons Bermudez 




305 46 


Amount paid to M. DeMatteo, 


under con- 




tract: 






120 cubic yards earth excava- 






tion @ 75c. . 


$90 00 




19 cubic yards rock excava- 






tion @ $5 


95 00 




120 linear feet straight edge- 






stone and corners hauled 






and set (unfinished) @ 






15c 


18 00 




19 linear feet circular edge- 






stone set @ 12c. . 


2 28 




105 linear feet existing edge- 






stone reset @ 13c. 


13 65 




85 linear feet crushed stone 






and concrete foundation 






furnished and laid @ 






14c 


11 90 





Carried forward . . . $230 83 $525 56 



Public Woeks Department. 335 

$525 56 



Brought forward 


$230 83 


668 square yards bituminous 




macadam surface fur- 




nished and laid @ 80c., 


534 40 


1,559 square feet artificial stone 




sidewalks furnished and 




laid @ 14c. . 


218 26 


6 Linear feet artificial curb- 




ing furnished and placed 




@ $1 


6 00 


2 covers reset @ $3 . 


6 00 


1 dry weU @ $5 . 


5 00 




$1,000 49 


Less 15 per cent retained, 


150 07 



850 42 

$1,375 98 



336 City Document No. 26. 



RECAPITULATION OF STREET WORK. 



Maintenance. 
Adams street, from Dorchester avenue to Leonard 

street . $1,020 69 

Adams street, from Leonard street across Dickens 

street 

Adams street, from Dickens street to railroad . 
Adams street, from Pierce square to Richmond 

street 

Albion place, from Main street, northeasterly . 
Amory street, from Green street to Boylston street, 
Athens street, from F street to Dorchester street . 
B street, from West Broadway to West First street, 
Ballard street, from Centre street to Centre street, 
Beach street, from Medford street to railroad . 
Beacon street, from Cleveland circle to Newton 

line 

Bentham road, from Draper street to Robinson 

avenue 

Bernard street, from Harvard street to Talbot 

avenue 

Bowdoin street, from Winter street to Quincy 

street 

Brookline avenue, from Burlington avenue to 

Lansdowne street 

Camden street, from Washington street to Shawmut 

avenue 

Camden street, from Tremont street to Columbus 

avenue 

Camden street, from Columbus avenue to railroad, 
Carpenter street, from Hyde street to Preble street, 
Carruth street, from Ashmont street to Codman 

street 

Carter street, from Cambridge street to Roland 

street 

Charles street, from Dorchester avenue to Geneva 

avenue 

Charlotte street, from Blue Hill avenue to Bradshaw 

street . 

Clarendon street, from Stuart street to Boylston 

street 

Clayton street, from Greenwich street to Park 

street 

Carried forward . ' $54,310 12 



505 54 

887 43 


3,714 00 
1,093 30 
649 95 
627 23 
1,845 09 
679 15 
342 30 


29,315 


76 


128 08 


721 


02 


23 


75 


2,546 


08 


426 


65 


900 

975 

58 


07 
53 
50 


878 93 


155 


71 


711 


34 


1,631 


06 


1,232 89 


3,240 07 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTAAENT. 



DETAIL OF WORK DONE BY HIGHWAY 



PAVING SERVICE FORCE. 



SiTViri ^ «^S^ 0-. a;^ 






Public Works Department. 

Brought forward 

Clinton street, from Merchants row to Fulton 

street 

Cross street, from North street to Commercial 

street 

E street, from West Sixth street to West Seventh 

street 

East Third street, from L street to M street . 
Elmont street, from Vassar street to Waterlow 

street 

F street, from West Broadway to West Eighth 

street 

Forest Hills street, from Arborway to Morton 

street 

Fulton street, from Blackstone street to Richmond 

street 

Gardner street, from Baker street 2,300 feet 

easterly 

Geneva avenue, from Blue Hill avenue to Wilder 

street 

Geneva avenue, from Bowdoin street to Dorchester 

avenue 

Granger street, from Duncan street to Clayton 

street 

Greenwich street, from Dorchester avenue to Free- 
port street 

Harvard avenue, from Commonwealth avenue to 

Brookline hne 

Hemenway street, from Boylston street to Norway 

street 

Hemenway street, from Norway street to Westland 

avenue 

Hemenway street, from Westland avenue to Gains- 
borough street 

High street, from Federal street to Summer street, 
Howard avenue, from Quincy street to Woodchif 

street 

Howland street, from Elm Hill avenue to 200 feet 

west of Humboldt avenue 

Huntington avenue (east side), from Longwood 

avenue to Conant street 

Kimball street, from Dorchester avenue to Freeport 

street 

L street, from Columbia road to Marine road . 
L street, from Marine road to East Sixth street . 
L street, from East Sixth street to East Fourth 

street 

Lancaster street, from Causeway street 200 feet 
easterly 

Carried forward $99,638 66 



$54,310 12 


808 75 


1,476 34 


2,868 43 
1,307 87 


156 25 


4,657 42 


790 59 


2,878 50 


3,731 97 


762 86 


1,784 53 


619 86 


2,123 29 


1,268 94 


1,547 29 


1,707 62 


2,134 06 
565 22 


3,619 52 


2,951 21 


1,345 66 


1,249 59 
1,191 06 
2,159 36 


1,170 39 


451 06 



338 City Document No. 26. 

Brought forward ' . $99,638 66 

Leonard street, from Adams street to Clayton 

street 2,160 00 

Leyden street, from Breed street to Boardman 

street 3,763 68 

Lincoln street, from Adams street to Dorchester 

avenue 861 62 

Linden street, from Dorchester avenue to Freeport 

street 2,156 74 

Morton street, from Forest Hills street to Canter- 
bury street 1,464 91 

Morton street, from Canterbury street to Harvard 

street 1,295 00 

Moseley street, from Columbia road to Crescent 

avenue 442 01 

Mt. Pleasant avenue, from Dudley street to Fair- 
land street 3,507 89 

Mystic street, from Bunker Hill street to Medford 

street 579 56 

Neponset avenue, from Hyde Park avenue to Can- 
terbury street 1,765 62 

Northampton street, from Columbus avenue to 

railroad 1,437 24 

P street, from Columbia road to East Sixth street, 123 75 

Peabody square and intersecting streets . . . 419 21 

Pearl street, from Pleasant street to Dorchester 

avenue 1,692 66 

Percival street, from Bowdoin street to Fox street, 960 86 

Peterborough street, from Jersey street to parkway, 2,895 48 

Princeton street, from Marion street to Brooks 

street 1,074 26 

Princeton street, from Brooks street to Putnam 

street 1,091 98 

Princeton street, from Putnam street to Prescott 

street 1,463 67 

Quincy street, from Blue Hill avenue to raUroad 

bridge 7,737 42 

Romsey street, from Dorchester avenue to Saxton 
. street 2,500 80 

Rose street, from Albany street to Harrison avenue, 300 00 

Saratoga street, from Butler avenue to Washburn 

street 2,665 28 

Sarsfield street, from Tremont street to Columbus 

avenue 350 29 

St. James avenue, from Berkeley street to Clar- 
endon street 988 58 

Savin Hill avenue, from Dorchester avenue to 

Eric avenue 1,322 28 



Carried forward $144,659 45 



Public Works Department. 339 

Brought forward $144,659 45 

Sudbury street, from Portland street to Haymarket 

square 

Sullivan street, from Bimker Hill street to Bartlett 

street 

Sydney street, from Hartland street to Savin Hill 

avenue 

Trull street, from Hancock street to Bellevue 

street 

Utica street, from Beach street to Kneeland street, 
Walk Hill street, from Blue Hill avenue to Almont 

street 

Walk Hill street, from Harvard street to Blue HiU 

avenue 

Walk Hill street, from Canterbury street to 

Harvard street 

Walpole street, from Tremont street to Columbus 

avenue 

Washington street, from Erie street to Elden street, 
Washington street, at the intersection of Columbus 

avenue 

Washington street, from Fairbanks street to Oak 

square 

Washington street, from Oak square to Newton line, 
Watson street, from Camden street to North- 
ampton street 

Wellesley park, from Park street to Melville ave- 
nue 

Weston street, from Tremont street to Columbus 

avenue 

West Seventh street, from Dorchester street to E 

street 

West Springfield street, from Shawmut avenue to 

Washington street 

West Third street, from A street to B street 

$158,224 94 
Credit: 
East Eighth street, from Dorchester street to 

Covington street 198 00 



541 


82 


398 


62 


81 


95 


2,300 17 
1,293 43 


305 


00 


395 37 


387 


75 


342 


11 


9 


90 


701 97 


1,231 28 
726 42 


573 32 


36 


75 


251 


25 


1,407 96 


1,549 
1,031 


03 
39 



$158,026 94 



Charged to Special Appropriations. 

Belgrade avenue extension and Beech street, ^\idening, $1,373 25 
Charles street (now Caledonian avenue), from 

Spring street to Hamilton street . . . 3,047 82 

Carried forward $4,421 07 



340 City Document No. 26. 

Brought forward $4,421 07 

Chelsea street, Charlestown, widening, from Cham- 
ber street to Foss street 3,738 11 

Hyde Park avenue, widening 4,486 46 

Norfolk street, Dorchester, widening . . . 9,689 11 

,334 75 



Charged to Appropriation for Granolithic Sidewalks. 
Adams street, west side, from Codman street to 

Richmond street 

Adams street, from King square to Ashmont street, 
Ainsley street, from Rosemont street southerly . 
Amherst street, from Belgrade avenue to Penfield 

street 

Amory street, from Boylston street to Green 

street . 

Aspen street, from Copeland street to Montrose 

street 

Auckland street, from Belfort street about 51 feet 

southerly 

Beech street, from West Roxbury Parkway to Hob- 
son street 

Belfort street, from Dorchester avenue to ^agamore 

street 

Belvidere street, from Massachusetts avenue to 

Dalton street 

Birch street, from Penfield street to Corinth street. 
Bourne street, north side, from Walk Hill street to 

Patten street 

Brooks street, from Faneuil street to Hobart street, 
Brookside avenue, from Boylston street to Green 

street 

Brown avenue, from Poplar street to Blakemore 

street 

Central avenue, west side, from Webster street to 

Lincoln street . . . . . 

Cleveland place, from Margaret street to Snow Hill 

street . 

Corbet street, from Norfolk street to Morton street, 
Dix street, from Adams street 120 feet westerly, 
Dorchester avenue, from Park street to Peabody 

square 

Dorchester avenue, at Nos. 1542, 1544, 1582 to 

1588 

Dorchester avenue, from Freeport street to Park 

street . . • _ • • _■ 
Dorchester avenue, east side, near Richmond street, 

Carried forward $52,368 48 



$6,887 30 


11,327 


33 


62 


51 


17 


42 


4,366 


84 


374 


00 


82 


99 


169 


14 


1,599 


06 


1,248 


53 


8 


81 


16 


00 


42 


32 


3,015 


80 


6,037 


52 


21 


99 


23 


92 


2,147 


75 


167 


94 


5,386 


70 


540 


68 


8,741 


43 


82 50 



Public Works Department. 341 

Brought forward $52,368 48 

Dover street, north side, from Tremont street 58 

feet easterl}'- 

Edison green, at No. 6 

Evergreen street, from South Huntington avenue 

to Day street 

Fairbanks street, from Faneuil street to Washing- 
ton street 

Florence street, from Ashland street to Poplar 

street 

Gladstone street, from Walley street to Upland 

street 

Hanover street, from Court street to Commercial 

street . 

Holton street, from Everett street to Franklin 

street 

Humboldt avenue, east side, from Seaver street 

87 feet north 

Hyde Park avenue, from Tower street to Walk 

Hill street 

King street, from Neponset avenue to Adams 

street 

Lamartine street, from Boylston street to Green 

street 

Alapleton street, from Murdock street to Market 

street 

Market street, east side, from Mapleton street to 

Sparhawk street 

Massachusetts avenue, east side, from Norway 

street to 67 feet northerly 

Morton street, south side, from Washington street 

to Forest Hills street 

Neponset avenue, from King street to Boutwell 

streeJt 

Norfolk avenue, west side, from Shirley street to 

Burrell street 

Norway street, north side, from Massachusetts 

avenue 113 feet easterly 

Park street, north side, from Clayton street to 

Adams street 

Paul Gore street, north side, from No. 12 to Chest- 
nut avenue 

Richmond street, north side, from Adams street to 

Dorchester avenue 

Ridge street, from Brown avenue to Sycamore 

street 

Rockwell street, from Washington street to MUton 

avenue, etc 

earned forward $84,926 78 



47 
59 


48 
82 


8 


00 


59 


26 


1,883 


24 




10 


5,119 


49 


14 


34 




86 


3,358 


06 


2,691 


93 


6,424 


34 


13 


32 


19 


22 


36 


58 


97 


66 


1,928 


49 


1,029 


10 


30 


83 


1,446 


38 


3,129 


41 


2,129 


94 


2,970 93 


59 


52 



342 City Document No. 26. 

Brought fonoard 

Romsey street, from Dorchester avenue to Sydney 

street 

Rosemont street, from Adams street to Gustine 

street 

Rosseter street, east side, from BuUard street to 

No. 20 

Saratoga street, from Butler avenue to Washburn 

avenue 

Scotia street, from St. CeciUa street to Dalton 

street 

Seaver street, at Walnut avenue .... 
Seymour street, from BroWn avenue to Canterbury 

street 

Sherwood street, from Ashland street to Florence 

street 

Shirley street, south side, from Clifton street to 

Norfolk avenue 

South street, west side, from Washington street to 

New York, New Haven & Hartford Railroad . 
St. Cecilia street, from Boylston street to Belvidere 

street 

Stoughton street, south side, from Stoughton Street 

place to 90 feet east of Columbia road . 
Sycamore street, from Florence street to Ashland 

street 

Tower street, from Hyde Park avenue to Forest 

Hills Cemetery 

Tremont street, east side, from Dover street to 89 

feet northerly 

Walk Hill street, west side, from Hyde Park avenue 

about 400 feet southerly 

Walk Hill street, from Hyde Park avenue to Wen- 
ham street 

Walnut avenue, at Seaver street . . . ' . 
Washington street, south side, from Tip Top street 

to Newton line . . . . . 
West Selden street, from Crossman street 2,100 

feet easterly 

Westville street, south side, from Bowdoin square 

to Iowa street 

* Westville street, north side, from Orchardale street 

to 205 feet east of Bowdoin street 



!4,926 78 


1,813 


16 


976 


72 


93 


72 




40 


1,002 
2 


86 
86 


2,280 


96 


7,495 49 


1,474 93 


132 


59 


535 


75 


731 


14 


4,247 


69 


2,507 


31 


44 


70 


596 


00 




85 
86 


750 00 


5,635 


75 


152 


44 


513 


61 



.15,916 57 



Credit: Huntington avenue, at Christian Sci- 
ence Church 55 48 



Total . . . . . . . . . $115,861 09 



Public Works Department. 343 

Reconstructing and Repairing Streets by Contract. 

Albany street, from Dover street to Northampton 

street 

Albany street, from Kneeland street to Boston & 

Albany Railroad 

Appleton street, from Berkeley street to Columbus 

avenue 

Artificial stone sidewalks 

Asphalt pavements repaired 

Atlantic avenue, from Summer street to near Oliver 

street 

Batterymarch street, from Franklin street to Broad 

street 

Beach street, from Harrison avenue to Atlantic 

avenue 

Beacon street, from Tremont street to Park street, 
Beacon street, frqm Park street to Charles street . 
Beacon street, from Raleigh street to railroad 
Blossom street, from Parkman street to Allen 

street 

Bowdoin street, from Topliff street to 78 feet west 

of Mt. Ida road 

Boylston street, from Washington street to Tremont 

street ; . . 

Brighton avenue, from Conunonwealth avenue to 

Cambridge street 

Canal street, from Haymarket square to Causeway 

street 

Chandler street, from Berkeley street to Columbus 

avenue 

Columbia road, from Edward Everett square to 

Dudley street 

Dearborn street, from Albany street to Dudley 

street 

Devonshire street, from Adams square to Water 

street 

Dorchester avenue, from Savin Hill avenue to Free- 
port street . 

Dorchester avenue, from Peabody square to Wash- 
ington street 

Dorchester avenue, from Freeport street to Park 

street 

Dorchester avenue, from Old Colony avenue to 

Humboldt place 

Fruit street, from Blossom street to Charles street, 
Harrison avenue, from Kneeland street to Dover 

street 

Carried forward 



$78,885 


19 


263 


00 


79 


90 


11,696 


23 


79,806 41 


21 


09 


220 92 


17,220 50 


13,201 


07 


14,252 31 


6,326 


67 


4,446 


67 


98 


16 


5,531 


94 


29,239 


21 


22,992 


29 


107 


59 


4,751 


67 


1,638 


16 


867 


13 


20,182 37 


17,683 


77 


12,364 97 


19,221 


59 


6,208 92 


9,192 


14 


$376,499 87 



344 City Document No. 26. 

Brought forward $376,499 87 

Harvard street, from Prescott street to south side 

of Harvard square 

Haymarket square 

Lincoln street, from Essex street to Beach street . 

McKinley square, at Custom House 

Maverick square, from Sumner street to Maverick 

street 

Neponset avenue, from Ashmont street to Chicka- 

tawbut street 

North Anderson street, from Parkman street to 

Fruit street 

North Grove street, from Cambridge street to Fruit 

street 

North Russell street, from Cambridge street to 

Eaton street 

Park street, from Tremont street to Beacon street, 
Parkman street, from North Anderson street ■ to 

North Grove street 

School street, from Washington street to Tremont 

street 

Somerset street, from Washington street to Tremont 

street 

South street, from Jamaica street to Arborway 
Summer street, from South street, across Dewey 

square to Dorchester avenue .... 
Tremont street, from Boylston street to Common 

street 

Trull street, from Hancock street to Bellevue 

street 

Washi7igton street, from Haymarket square to Ehn 

street 

Washington street, from Beach street to near 

Court avenue 

West Broadway, from Dorchester avenue to E 

street 

West Canton street, from Tremont street to Apple- 
ton street 



Amoimt due from Paving Service 



Charged to Appropriation for Highways, Making of. 
Ainsworth street footway, from Tyndale street to 

Belgrade avenue $1,809 96 

Alexander street, from Bird street about 527 feet 

northerly 1,657 52 



59 


33 


31,946 


50 


10,951 


51 


23,464 


72 


8,691 


17 


3,029 


62 


129 


54 


3,693 


68 


3,388 


72 


733 


13 


228 


65 


496 


36 


42 98 


110 


06 


28,806 


33 


15,466 49 


765 


00 


13,852 64 


28,204 


02 


24,779 


77 


60 


18 


$575,400 27 


5 


00 


$575,405 27 



Carried forward $3,467 48 



Public Works Department. 

Brought forward 

Alger street, from Dorchester avenue to New York, 

New Haven & Hartford Railroad 
Amory street, from Centre street to Bragdon street. 
Ardent street, from Belgrade avenue to Colberg 

avenue 

Atkins street, from Washington street to Stratton 

street 

Atwill road, from Richwood street to Park street, 
Augustus avenue, from Metropolitan avenue to 

Ethel street 

Baird street, from IMorton street to Blue Hill 

avenue 

Bardwell street, from South street to Ballard street, 
Bayswater street, from Austin avenue to Waupello 

road 

Bellvista street, from Allston street to Brookline 

hne 

Bexley road, from Washington street to Florence 

street 

Blake street, from Hyde Park boundary across 

Randolph road ....... 

Breck avenue, from Washington street to Langley 

road 

Brunswick street, from Blue Hill avenue to Nor- 
mandy street 

Burlington avenue, from Brookline avenue 501 feet 

northwest 

Cameron street, from Hancock street 530 feet 

southwesterly 

Carmel street, from Tremont street to Dell avenue, 
Caspian way, from Savin Hill avenue easterly 
Cedric street, from Magazine street to Langdon 

street 

Centervale park, from Upland avenue to Bourne- 
side street . . . 

Charles street, at Beacon street .... 
Clarendon street, extended to Columbus avenue . 
Cliff mont street, from Canterbury street 1,120 feet 

southerly 

Conley street, from Old Colony Parkway to Tenean 

street 

Cornell street, from Orange street to Colberg 

avenue 

Cummings road, from Commonwealth avenue to 

Brighton avenue 

Dana avenue footway, from Dana avenue to 

Eastern avenue 

Deer street, from Roach street to Melvinside terrace. 

Carried forward 



345 


$3,467 48 


807 55 
23,404 33 


430 55 


6,781 

58 


10 
14 


2,095 


73 


51 70 
1,904 33 


87 


48 


63 


43 


1,193 


54 


1,642 66 


1,088 


59 


839 


51 


386 


50 


5 

83 

4,321 


00 
26 
03 


560 


63 


1,428 

744 

4 


71 
51 
00 


1,032 


03 


1,584 


73 


12,282 


28 


11,234 


88 


147 
13 


20 
00 


$77,743 88 



346 City Document No. 26. 

Brought forvMrd 

Denny street, near Savin Hill Playground 
Downer avenue, from DeWolf street to Sawyer 

avenue 

Dunbar avenue, from Washington street westerly, 
Dunlap street, from Washington street to Whitfield 

street 

Dunster road, from Centre street to Pond street, 
Epping street, from Washington street to Norfolk 

street 

Eric avenue, from Savin Hill avenue to 344 feet 

northerly 

Everton street, from Geneva avenue to Olney 

street 

Fay wood avenue, from Orient avenue to Tower 

street 

Fordham road, from Commonwealth avenue to 

Brighton avenue 

Fuller street, from Commonwealth avenue to 

boundary line 

Gaffney street, from Commonwealth avenue to 

Boston & Albany Railroad 

Glencoe street, from North Beacon street to Garden 

street 

Goodale road, from Blue Hill avenue 620 feet 

westerly (south side) 

Gove street, from Cottage street to Venice street, 
Gove street footbridge, from Orleans street to 

Bremen street 

Granada avenue, from Metropolitan avenue to 

Ethel street 

Greenview avenue, from Centre street 219 feet 
Grove street, from Centre street to Washington 

street 

Halifax street, from South Huntington avenue to 

Pond View street 

Hallam street, from Dorchester avenue to Auckland 

street 

Hampstead road, from the Arborway 

Harvard street, from Morton street to Deering road, 

Harwood street, from Willowwood street to Lucerne 

street 

Hillcrest street, from Elgin street to Temple street, 
Hill Top street, from Granite avenue to Hallet 

street 

Holden street, from Columbia road, westerly . 
Holton street, from Everett street to Antwerp 
'street . ... 

Carried fonvard . $168,236 94 



$77,743 88 
11 33 


5,570 40 
5 00 




20 


7,126 


56 


1,680 


06 


629 


67 


3,189 


05 


105 


28 


6,819 


10 


813 


64 


16,022 81 


8,025 46 


2,741 
3,577 


03 
79 


21 


60 


2,517 


56 


39 


35 


333 


30 


447 


37 


125 


60 


33 


00 


4,976 


04 


1,630 31 
2,013 32 


21,920 43 
47 40 


70 40 



Public Works Department. 347 

Brought forward $168,236 94 

Homestead street, from Elm Hill avenue to Hum- 
boldt avenue 8,198 69 

Hubert street, from Shawmut avenue to Westmins- 
ter street .... .... 812 66 

Hunnewell avenue, from Champney street to 

Atkins street 921 51 

Irma street, from Woodrow avenue to Callender 

street 44 24 

Jones avenue footway, from BaUou avenue to Nor- 
folk street 9,943 29 

Justin road, from Bigelow street to Atkins street . 35 35 

Kenton road, from Washington street 800 feet 

easterly 1,144 20 

Langley road, from Breck avenue 571 feet easterly, 2,463 93 
Levant street, from Geneva avenue to Topliff street, 15 10 

Lithgoio street, from Talbot avenue to Wainwright 

street 4,937 14 

Lorette street, from Centre street to Hillcrest street, 818 81 

Lome street, from Harvard street to 650 feet 

northerly 9,127 02 

Malverna road, from Metropolitan avenue to Ethel 

street 61 01 

Mascot street, from Mountain avenue to Norfolk 

street . 100 44 

Matchett street, from Washington street 843 feet 

northerly 5,382 78 

Middleton street, extended to Theodore street . 43 69 

Minton street, from Amory street to Brookside 

avenue 52 07 

Moraine street, from South Huntington avenue to 

Jamaicaway 494 53 

Moreland street, from Dennis street to Brook 

avenue 37 38 

Morton street, from Norfolk street to Midland 
Division, New York, New Haven & Hartford 

Railroad bridge 1,648 84 

Mt. Ida road, from Marie street to Ronan park . 5,755 02 

Mt. Ida road, from Robinson street to Ronan 

park 1,135 93 

Museum road, from Huntington avenue to Fenway, 4,332 14 

Mixer plant, cube mixer 3,750 00 

Neptune road, from Bennington street to Boston, 

Revere Beach & Lynn Railroad .... 26,689 66 
Nevada street, from Wilmington avenue to Fair- 
mount avenue 80 84 

Normandy street, from Intervale street to Devon 

street 461 94 



Carried forward . 



$256,725 15 



348 City Document No. 26. 

Brought forward $256,725 15 

N'orth Beacon street, from Cambridge street to 

]\Iarket street 

Norwood street, extended from Conley street . 
Orchardfield street, from Dorchester avenue to 

Freeport street 

Overland street, from Brookline avenue to Boston 

& Albany Raili'oad 

Parkland street, from Winship street to Academy 

Hill road 

Parkton road, from Perkins street to Perkins street, 
Parkvale street, from Brighton avenue to Glenville 

avenue 

Patten street, from Hyde Park avenue to Bourne 

street 

Peabody street, from Brookline avenue to Binney 

street 

Perham street, from Vermont street to New York, 

New Haven & Hartford Railroad 
Perthshire road, from Bigelow street to Matchett 

street 

Pontine street, -from Tremont street to Hillside 

street 

Public Alley 818, from St. Stephen street to Pubhc 

Alley 819 

Public Alley 819, from Westland avenue to 

Bata^-ia street 

Public Alley 820, from Huntington avenue to St. 

Botolph street 

Public Alley 831, from Gainsborough street to 

Pubhc AUey 820 

Radford lane, from Carruth street to Bushnell 

street 

Ralston street, from Dorchester avenue to Old 

Colony avenue 

Randall street, from Harrison avenue to Albany 

street 

Redfield street, from Port Norfolk street to Walnut 

street 

Redlands road, from Centre street to Abbott street, 
Richwood street, from Centre street to Mont\dew 

street 

Ripley road, from Vassar street to Harvard street , 
Rowell street, from Hancock street to Cushing 

avenue 

Rugby road, from Randolph road to Auckland 

street 

St. Albans road, from Francis street to Hunting- 
ton avenue ... 

Carried forward $360,080 23 



1,673 
5 


05 
00 


981 


95 


4,826 


52 


3,433 28 
5,368 42 


61 


95 


10,517 


89 


534 


57 


29,392 


93 


57 


23 


4,591 


70 


24 


50 


8 


20 


18 


43 


28 


92 


2,763 


80 


7,558 


79 


543 


85 


4 


65 


18 60 


13,454 
1,982 


75 
50 


3,196 48 


6,476 


88 


5,830 


24 



Public Works Department. 349 

Brought forward $360,080 23 

St. Rose street, from South street 416 feet west- 
erly 3,799 40 

Santuit street, from Roseland street to WeUes 

avenue 

Saville street, from Park street to Stratford street, 
Seaver street, from Blue Hill avenue to Humboldt 

avenue 

Seaver street, from Humboldt avenue to Walnut 

avenue 

Selwyn street, from Farquhar street 1,174 feet 

northeasterly 

South street, from Chestnut Hill avenue to Com- 
monwealth avenue 

Southwick street, from Neponset avenue to Free- 
port street 

Stratton street, from Lucerne street to L;>'ford 

street 

Stuart street, from Berkelej^ street to Columbus 

avenue 

Tehroc street, from Bowdoin street to Levant 

street 

Temple street, from Spring street to Ivory street, 
Theodore street, from Morton street 618 feet 

easterly 

Ticknor street, from Columbia road to Marine 

road 

Tovar street, from Bowdoin street to Cameron 

street 

Tuckerman street, from Dorchester street to 

Middle street 

Turner street, from Washington street to Faneuil 

street 

Upland avenue, from Park street to Meh-ille 

avenue 

Vista street, from Augustus avenue to IMalvern 

road 

Wachusett street, from Walk Hill street to Eldridge 

street 

Waldo terrace, from Washington street to Hen- 

shaw street 

Walk Hill street, from Blue HiU avenue to Fottler 

road 

Washington street, from Morton street to Asticou 

road 

Waupelo road, from Saratoga street to Bayswater 

street 

Wensley street, from Bucknam street to Bickford 

avenue 

Carried forward 



6,232 
2,935 


73 
20 


31,143 


37 


13,449 


55 


1,394 08 


7,134 


83 


2,183 


30 


129 


70 


11 


30 


10 
7,301 


00 
29 


4,536 


33 


48 


40 


5 


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288 


C9 


13,668 


CI 


1,933 


44 


2,288 


97 


14 


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1,941 


50 


102 


96 


2,263 


23 


221 


55 


3,520 


33 


$466,637 


99 



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w ^f^^^S'/^f/^™^^- • $466,637 99 

Wesibrook street, from Bennington street to Sara- 
toga street ^ ro 

Westover street, from Weld street to Dunbar street, 85 64 

Westwood street, from Richfield street to Wales 

place 5 520 84 

William Jackson avenue, from Chestnut Hill ' 

avenue to Academy Hill road .... 27 53 

Willow court, extending to Massachusetts avenue, 16 28 

Wilmington avenue, from Milton avenue to 

Nevada street Ill 42 

Wordsworth street, from Horace street to Coleridge 

^^^'--^ , • , ,,, , 8,717 30 

Wyoming street, from Wabeno street to Humboldt 

^™^e 1^375 08 

A . J r T. . $482,497 56 

Amount due from Pavmg Service ... 145 qO 

^^^^^ $482,643 56 



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New Edgestones. (Does not include work done on streets laid out and 

constructed under chapter 393 of the Acts of 1906.) 

First Setting. Linear Feet. 



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1909 

1910 

1911 

1912 

1913 

1914 

1915 

1916 

1917 


656 

723 

328 

1,718 

6,045 

2,199 

4,773 

947 

221 

1,779 


798 

2,898 

1,182 

465 

1,017 

557 

959 

265 

1,996 

298 


100 

229 
70 


2,405 
214 
983 
2,098 
1,806 
1,221 
1,970 
4,939 
1,987 
1,159 


2,399 
779 
5,190 
11,627 
7,890 
2,907 
1,520 
2,230 
2,393 
8,225 


3,654 
4,833 
8,044 

14,627 
9,669 

10,296 
1,637 
6,928 
3,378 
7,180 


4,811 
2,380 
6,810 
5,806 
3,168 
2,716 

901 
4,547 
1,968 

933 


813 

5,253 

50 

352 

407 

1,359 

672 

331 

638 

524 


15,536 
17,080 
22,687 
36,693 
30,231 
21,325 
12,432 
20,187 
12,578 
20,098 


Totals. . . 


19,389 


10,435 


399 


18,782 


45,160 


70,246 


34.037 


10,399 


208,847 



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. 



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1909 

1910 

1911 

1912 

1913 

1914 

1915 

1916 

1917 

Totals. . . 



217 
311 

1,292 
520 

2,249 
490 
762 
287 
125 
17 

6,270 



836 
2,597 
974 
364 
623 
465 
379 
465 
175 
20 

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166 



150 



316 



400 
156 

987 



1,623 



958 
406 
596 
460 
208 
103 
150 



105 



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884 

5,359 

2,230 

1,469 

716 

647 

382 

501 

366 

599 

13,153 



314 



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585 



49 



1,034 



3,295 
8,829 
6,287 
3,127 
3,796 
1,871 
2,258 
1,403 
666 
790 

30,322 



Public Works Department. 



353 



Recapitulation, 1917. 



Edgestones. 
•Linear Feel. 



Brick. 
Square Yards. 



South Boston Paving District, No. 1 

East Boston Paving District, No. 2 

Charlcstown 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. S and 10. . 



1,779 
298 



1,159 

8,225 

7.180 
933 
524 



17 
20 



105 

599 

49 



Totals . 



20,098 



790 



Loads of Dirt and Street Cleanings Removed from February 1, 
1917, to January 31, 1918. 

B]j Paving Service Force. 



Districts. 



Single.* 



Double .f 



Cubic 
Yards. 



South Boston. 
East Boston . . 
Charlestown . . 

Brighton 

West Roxbury 
Dorchester . . . 

Roxbury 

South End . . . 

Ashmont 

North End . . . 
Hyde Park. . . 

Totals . . . 



,981 
225 
172 
,139 
,861 
,202 
,734 
658 
452 
589 
,590 



17,603 



20 



3,171 

2,734 

1,581 

352 

188 
834 



488 



9,368 



1,981 

265 

172 

8,481 

7,329 

4,364 

6,438 

1,034 

2,120 

589 

3,566 



36,339 



* Single load, 1 cubic yard. 



t Double load, 2 cubic yards. 



354 



City Document No. 26. 



Loads of Snow Removed from February 1, 1917, to January 31, 1918. 

By Paving Service Force. 



Districts. 


Single.* 


Double .t 


Cubic 
Yards. 


CoBt.t 


South Boston 


9,386 
870 
785 
298 

1,477 

1,099 
272 

1,361 
411 

3,346 
607 


146 

32 

"'134' 

1,473 

231 

45 

636 

423 

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19,210 
1,836 
1,570 

998 
7,373 
2,891 

679 
4,630 
2,091 
6,692 
3,251 


$11,202 59 
5,816 01 


East Boston 


Charlestown 


7,589 32 


Brighton 


7,727 57 


West Roxbury 


11,207 44 


Dorchester 


8,380 61 


Roxburv 


22,025 20 


South End 


14,640 12 


Ashmont 


4,836 33 


North End 


§12,415 75 


Hyde Park 


3,195 57 


Totals 


19,912 


3,799 


51,221 


$109,036 51 







* Single load, 2 cubic yards, 
t Double load, 3 cubic yards. 

i Includes cost of plowing gutters, cleaning sidewalks and picking ice not carted away. 
§ Includes cost of license, engineering, inspection, advertising, etc., on contract work, 
amovmting to $1,306.55. 



Snow and Ice Removed by Contract. 

From February 1, 1917, to January SI, 1918. 
(All on 1916 contract. Nothing removed on 1917 contract.) 



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 


1,600 
442 
127 
127 

1,105 
379 
694 


7,610 

1,640 

1,1011 

1,131 

3,988 

2,316J 

2,6691 


$0 43 

42 

45 
38 
49 
40 
40 


$3,372 30 
688 80 
495 68 
429 78 

1,954 12 
926 60 

1,067 80 


Totals 


4,474 


20,456§ 


$0 436 


t $8,935 08 







* The capacity of the loads varies from two (2) cubic yards to ten (10) cubic yards. 

t In addition to this amount ($8,935.08), $3,845.36 was paid to contractors on a labor 
cost plus basis for picking and removing. No record was kept of the number of loads or 
number of cubic yards removed. 



Public Works Department. 



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356 



City Document No. 26. 



Street Openings. 

Under Classes 1 and 2 of the schedule of perniit fees, 
permits for openings in public ways were issued as 
follows : 



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 Com- 
pany 

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 



11 
30 

37 

222 

1,299 

1,218 

351 

118 

44 
139 

1,879 

351 

2,169 

20 

17 

6 

26 

1,234 

832 



620 

2,295 

4.980 

5,320 

27,160 

38,200 

163,160 

2,780 

4,595 

9,115 

165,565 

44,425 

276,781 

4,140 

1,760 

310 

6,615 



20,800 



Totals. 



10,003 



778,621 



Making a total length of openings of about 148 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 

Cleaning snow from roof . 

Driving cattle through the streets 

Dumping snow in public alleys 

Erecting and repairing awnings 

Erecting and repairing buildings 

Painting or minor repairs 

Feeding horses on streets 

Moving buildings in streets 

Placing signs flat on buildings 

Projecting signs or lamps 

Raising or lowering safes or heavy machinery 

Carried fonvard 



26 
49 
14 
11 

1,054 

1,903 

3,391 

453 

12 

835 

627 

169 

8,544 



Public Works Department. 



357 



Brought forward 

Emergency permits (Class B) ... 

Special permits for other than the above purposes 
Annual permits for other purposes 

Total . ... 

Total for openings in public ways . 

Total of all permits issued . . . , 



8,544 

283 

3 

496 

9,326 
10,003 

19,329 



The income from the issuance of permits amounted 
to $21,715.72, divided as follows: 

$5,663 00 

860 50 

38 00 

49 00 

70 00 

5 50 

527 00 

10,008 72 

1,695 50 

453 00 

120 00 

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627 00 
169 00 

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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 . . . . 



Sixteen thousand five hundred fifty-eight dollars 
and eighty-seven cents cash paid to City Collector. 
Bills for collection of balance, $5,156.85. 

One thousand five hundred twenty-nine surety com- 
pany bonds are on file in the Permit Office. These 
include twenty thousand, four thousand, three thousand, 
and one thousand dollar bonds. 



Defects in Sidewalks and Roadways. 

One hundred sixty-one notices were sent to property 
owners to make repairs to sidewalks for the maintenance 
of which they were responsible. These included steps, 



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portions of buildings encroaching on sidewalks, and 
defective bulkheads, areas, etc. 

Twenty-two thousand seven hundred twenty-one 
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 four 
hundred fifty-nine poles and the removal of three hun- 
dred ninety-five poles in accordance with plans filed in 
this office. Permits have also been issued for the re- 
setting of nine hundred eighty-one defective poles. 

Street Numbering. 
Building numbers have been assigned as listed below : 





Entire 
Streets 
Num- 
bered. 


Entire 
Streets 
Renum- 
bered. 


Partly 
Num- 
bered 

Streets. 


Partly 
Renum- 
bered 
Streets. 


Estates 
Num- 
bered. 


Estates 
Renum- 
bered. 


Figures. 
Issued. 












30 

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109 

64 

77 

177 

145 

91 

41 


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16 

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227 


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3 
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3 


231 








491 


Dorchester 




1 


400 






208 


Hyde Park 




2 


134 








Totals 


3 


4 


12 


6 


748 


175 


2,392 







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Plans. 
During the year plans were filed as follows : 





Mains. 


Poles. 


Tracks. 


Conduits. 


Miscel- 
laneous. 






31 
60 




43 
260 




Company. 




Boston Consolidated Gas Company 


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4 
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Bay State Street Railway Company 






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31 














Totals 


17 


96 


16 


348 


31 







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cellaneous, 31; total of 508 plans filed this year, making 
a total of plans on file of 14,161. 



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HIGHWAY DIVISION — SANITARY SERVICE. 



Financial Statement. 

Appropriation $1,014,602 48 

Transfers 16,554 51 



Total ......... $1,031,156 99 

Income. 

Statement showing amount of cash and bills deposited 
with the City Collector from February 1, 1917, to 
January 31, 1918, and credited to general revenue. 



Tickets for the removal of ashes and waste 
Bills for the removal of ashes and waste 

Manure 

Work done and materials furnished 

Old material sold 



$57,384 46 
120 89 
992 21 
128 76 
207 06 



,833 38 



Amount Paid into the City Treasury During the Year. 
Removal of ashes and waste $57,577 94 



Old material 
Manure 



207 06 
992 21 



,777 21 



Total Cost of House Dirt, Waste, Rubbish and House Offal. 



Salaries of division engineer, supervisor and 
medical inspector 

Office supplies and expenses, printing, stationery, 
etc. .... 

Ashes, waste and rubbish 

House offal 

Annuities .... 

Retired veterans' pensions 

Retired laborers' pensions 

Carried forward 



$4,079 10 

3,343 24 

657,677 53 

277,019 68 

600 00 

4,245 12 

14,499 53 

$961,464 20 



470 



City Document No. 26. 



Brought forward 

Construction, repair and horseshoeing account: 
Expended for labor . . . $49,527 35 
• Expended for stock . . . 20165 44 


$961,464 20 
69,692 79 




Work done for other services and paid for by the 
payment of bills and pay rolls: 

Bridge Service 

Paving Service 

Sewer Service 

Street Cleaning Service 

Water Service 

County of Suffolk 


$1,031,156 99 

$682 94 
2,862 97 
592 88 
7,968 84 
1,759 89 
1,963 57 

* $15,831 09 



* Includes bills paid by the County of SuSolk for the care of horses, etc., to the amount 
of $1,963.57. 



Public Works Department. 



471 



Items of Expenditure for the Year 1917=18. 



Salary, di^dsion engineer (in part) 

Salan% medical inspector (in part) 

Salary, chief veterinarian (in part) 

Salary, supervisor (in part) 

Salaries, yard clerks 

Salaries, foremen 

Labor, collecting and disposing of house dirt and ashes 

Labor, collecting and disposing of waste and rubbish 

Labor, collecting and disposing of house offal 

Labor and stock at stable and yards 

Hired teams on ashes 

Hired teams on offal 

Contracts on ashes, East Boston, Brighton, West Roxbury and Dorchester 
Contracts on offal, East Boston, Brighton, West Roxburj' and Dorchester. 

Holidays, paj' allowed 

Vacations, pa}" allowed 

Grain 

Hay and straw 

Medical attendance and pay allowed injured employees 

Veterinary services and medicine 

Outside board of horses 

Outside wheelwTight, blacksmith, horseshoeing, etc 

Labor and stock, wheel"«Tight, blacksmith, painting, etc 

Repairs to stable and sheds 

Fuel 

Gas 

Electric light and power 

Printing, stationery, office suppHes, etc 

Automobile expense 



ArTOMOBILE. 



South 
Boston. 
Electric 
Truck. 



Cost 

Supplies 

Repairs. 

Tires and tubes 

Gasolene 

Storage 

Chauffeur's wages. 



Totals. 



$291 41 
439 37 
221 76 



40 84 
1,092 00 



$2,085 38 



Roxbury. 
Electric 
Truck. 



Roxbur>'. 
Ford. 



South 
End. 
Ford 

Truck. 



$1,211 60 

1,478 44 

352 00 



12 49 
2,223 03 



$5,277 56 



$4 10 
51 70 
61 27 
66 20 



$183 27 



$33 60 

82 72 

57 30 

113 41 



$287 03 



West 
End. 
Ford. 



579 07 



14 89 

17 87 



$414 07 



Total. 



$379 07 

1,540 71 

2,067 12 

710 20 

179 61 

55 57 

3,315 03 



$8,247 31 



Telephone tolls and rentals 

Annuities 

Retired veterans' pensions . , 
Retired laborers' pensions . . 



$834 00 

499 98 

1,000 00 

1,745 12 

1,731 32 

12,565 28 

257,552 09 

28,551 38 

165,043 79 

53,064 07 

116,567 02 

4,475 00 

120,868 05 

48,172 06 

34,358 85 

15,370 75 

30,880 05 

21,323 42 

7,381 15 

805 61 

1,132 00 

8,270 23 

58,857 76 

2,354 70 

2,074 92 

438 23 

3,277 27 

2,529 50 

8,247 31 



1,841 43 

600 00 

4,245 12 

14,499 53 



,031,156 99 



472 



City Document No. 26. 



Construction and Repair Shops, 1917-18. 

For work done and materials furnished for other 
services and for the Sanitary Service the different shops 
received and expended the following amounts: 





Stock axd L.vbor. 






Other Services. 


Sanitary. 


Total. 


'\^^leel\^Tight 

Blacksmith 

Paint 

Harness 

Horseshoeing — South End, 
Horseshoeing — West End, 
Horseshoeing — Roxburj' . . . 


$2,521 47 
4,219 87 
3,483 11 
2,199 53 
1,094 52 
169 02 
180 00 


$9,919 10 
10,815 12 
6,436 83 
8,553 30 
3,203 71 
2,559 83 
2,495 35 


$12,440 57 
15,034 99 
9,919 94 
10,752 83 
4,298 23 
2,728 85 
2,675 35 


Totals, stock and labor. 


$13,867 52 


$43,983 24 


$57,850 76 



Foreman 


$1,795 04 




Clerk 


734 48 




Express teamster 


803 39 




Holidays, pay allowed 


4,905 44 




Vacation and militarv 


1,978 47 




Expended for electric power . 


405 72 


$10,622 54 



Total cost, maintenance $68,473 30 

Income from outside services and depart- 
ments 13,867 52 

Net cost of shops $54,605 78 

Detailed Accounts of Amounts Paid to the Sanitary 
Service during Year Ending January 31, 1918, by the 
Payment of Bills and Pay Rolls. 

For repair and construction work .... $12,786 32 

For horseshoeing 1,642 89 

For hay, straw, grain and board and care of horses, 696 00 

For feeders, stablemen and watchmen . . . 696 00 

For furnishing of prison vans and printing . . 9 88 



$15,831 09 



* Includes biU paid by the County of Suffolk, §1,963.57. 



Public Works Department. 



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Dh-ision 
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Outside 
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Stock 


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6,684 23 


S2,946 77 


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S2,946 77 







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Amount of House Dirt and Ashes Removed. 



Years. 


Loads. 


Cubic 
Yards. 


Tons. 


1913 

1914 

1915 


269,982 
273,405 
262,235 
238,261 
231,990 


715,928 
760,848 
748,992 
795,862 
796,033 


337,560 
358,740 
353,138 


1916 

1917 


324,313 
324,384 







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Amount of House Offal Removed. 



Yeabs. 



Loads. 



Cubic 
Yards. 



Tons. 



1913 
1914 
1915 
1916 
1917 



54,873 
51,523 
50,482 
48,329 
40,729 



124,302 
112,847 
113,348 
118,770 
102,449 



t 83,903 
76,172 
76,511 
70,075 
60,744 



* Less 19,232 cubic yards error in Dorchester district. 
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Amount of Waste and Rubbish Removed. 





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Cubic 
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Years. 


Paper 
Carts. 


Market 
Wagons. 


Tons. 


1913 


1,174 
1,691 
2,212 
4,302 
3,242 


7,812 
8,722 
6,948 
7,031 

4,888 


75,257 
82,978 
70,779 
79,909 
68,047 


9,747 


1914 


10,778 


1915 


9,192 


1916 


10,744 


1917 


8,014 







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January 27, 1918. 



Years. 


Ashes. 


Offal. 


Rubbish. 


Total . 
Loads. 


Tons. 


1913 

1914 


269,982 
273,405 
262,235 
238,261 
231,999 


54,873 
51,523 
50,482 
48,329 
40,729 


8,986 
10,413 

9,160 
11,333 

9,073 


338,841 
335,341 

321,877 
297,923 
281,801 


* 431,220 
445,690 


1915 


438,841 


1916 

1917 


405,132 
393,132 



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Capacity of Carts and Wagons in Use by the Sanitary Service, 1917. 



Pounds. Cubic Feet. 



Single ash carts 

Double ash carts (city) 

Double ash carts (contractors) 

Paper carts 

Paper wagons 

Single offal wagons 

Double offal wagons 

Auto 



2,037 


67 


3,270 


108 


4,075 


135 


1,400 


146 


2,200 


219 


2,360 


54 


4,130 


94 


8,150 


270 



Public Wokks Department. 



477 



Loads Collected bj Contractors. 



Districts. 



Ash Loads. 



Double. 



Auto. 



Cubic 
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Tons. 



Offal Loads. 



Auto. Double. 



Cubic 

Yards. 



Tons. 



East Boston. . . 

Brighton 

West Roxbury . 
Dorchester. . . . 
Hyde Park.... 



7,596 
11,989 

6,916 
25,243 

3,032 



1,730 



151 



57,400 
59,945 
34,580 

127,725 
15,160 



23,391 
24,428 
14,091 
52,048 
6,178 



604 



1,118 
1,596 
1,105 
4,360 
537 



3,913 
5,476 
3,867 
21,300 
1,880 



2,309 
3,231 
2,282 
12,567 
1,109 



Totals. 



54,776 



1,881 



294,810 



120,136 



604 



•8,716 



34,426 



21,498 







Summary. 






Material. 


Cubic Yards. 


Tons. 




294,810 
86,426 


120,136 


Offal 


21,498 






Totals 


331,236 


141,634 







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POP 18,448 (6.0 0)1 
788 ibs. 

^0.41 



FIGURES SHOW ESTIMATED 

MEAN 1917 POPULATION AND 

POP. PER ACRE: ALSO.TOTAL 

WEIGHT OF REFUSE AND COST 

PER CAPITA FOR THE YEAR. 



Public Works Department. 



483 



HIGHWAY DIVISION — STREET CLEANING 
AND OILING SERVICE. 



Items of Expenditure for Year 1917. 
Street Cleaning Service. 



General administration 

Salary of division engineer (in part) , 

Salary of supervisor (in part) . 

Salary of medical inspector (in part) 

Salary of chief veterinarian (in part) 

Printing 

Stationery . 

Postage 

Telephone . 

Advertising 

Execution of court 

Office items and incidentals 

* Automobile repairs and mainte 

nance 

Annuity, chapter 569, Act of 1898 
Pensions, retired veterans 
Pensions, retired laborers 
Uniforms 



1,465 
419 


90 

98 


840 


00 


569 


14 


151 


65 


167 


20 


617 


28 


10 


10 


2,500 
207 


00 
94 


1,673 68 
300 00 


5,663 

10,697 

1,455 


71 
12 
24 



S27,437 82 
General expenses other than general administra- 
tion 

Wages of stablemen . 

Wages of yardmen 

Wages of watchmen . 

Wages of foreman's driver 

Wages of yard clerks and messenger 

Hay and straw .... 

Grain 

Wagon and carriage repairs 
Harnesses, new and repairs 
Horseshoeing .... 
Stables and yards, rent of 
Stables and yards, taxes on 



s, 



Carried forward 



33,374 90 

4,962 52 

7,92^ 02 

536 37 

2,166 64 

19,550 59 

26,811 83 

945 77 

3,133 82 

5,348 67 

3,028 28 

840 16 



',437 82 



116,175 02 



$136,066 39 $143,612 84 



■ See pages 494 and 495 for details of automobile costs 



484 



City DocuMEisrT No. 26. 



Brought forward .... 

Stables and yards, blankets, cover- 
ings, brushes, oils, greases, pol- 
ishes, furnishings .... 

Stables and yards, building repairs, 

Electric hght 

Gas 

Fuel 

Veterinarian ser^dces and medicines, 

* Automobile repairs and mainte- 
nance 

Operating expenses .... 
District foremen, salaries of 
Inspectors, wages of, on paved 

streets, crossings, snow work, 

patrolling, gutters, etc. 
Laborers, wages of, on paved 

streets, gutters, crossings, snow 

work, patrolling, etc. 
Hired teams on paved streets, 

gutters, crossings, snow work, 

patrolling, etc. 
HoUday pay allowed 
Vacations . 

Pay allowed injured employees 
^lihtan,' roll 
Dimips. labor on 
Diunps. rent of . 
Snow Ucense (part cost) . 
Flushing machines, repairs 
Sweeping machines . 
Water carts. 
Cart repairs 

Snow ploughs, road machines 
Push brooms, team brooms, handles 

etc 

Hoes, shovels, picks, etc 
^Machine brooms 
Push carts and barrels 
Refuse boxes 
Tool repaus 
Patching streets 
Flushing hose 
Water cart hose 
Snow diunp . 

Carried forward . 



§136,066 39 §143,612 84 


2.020 


21 


2.031 


33 


438 


14 


19 


04 


587 


49 


381 


92 


2,068 


32 




. 454,356 33 


S17,906 02 


29.957 


35 


266,460 


53 


48.622 


72 


34.196 46 


13.662 


54 


3,394 


01 


298 


23 


2.897 


28 


1.141 


75 


500 


00 


3,095 


73 


1,724 


50 


1,161 


31 


6.041 


SO 


2,552 


70 


2.411 


48 


1.382 90 


6.004 00 


1.838 


66 


365 


19 


581 


68 


2.885 


57 


274 90 


167 


05 


756 


00 



8593,893 20 §597,969 17 



* See pages 494 and 495 for details of automobile costs. 



Public Works Department. 



485 



Brought forward .... 

Sand barrels 

Sand 

Calcide . . ... 
Sanitary service (auto repairs) 
* Automobile repairs and mainte- 
nance 



S593,893 


20 


$597,969 


17 


115 


20 






507 


78 






90 


00 






278 


39 






3,084 


60 










$597,969 


iZ 







Street Watering and Oiling Branch. 



General administration 

Salary of division engineer (in part) 

Salary of supervisor (in part) . 

Salary of general foreman 

Salary of medical inspector (in part) 

Salary of chief veterinarian 

Stationery 

Printing 

Telephone 

Traveling expenses . 
Advertising .... 

Uniforms 

Incidentals 

Proportionate share of supervisor's 

automobile .... 
* Automobile repairs and mainte 

nance 



General expenses other than general 

tion 

Wages of stablemen, watchmen and 

yardmen . . . ' . 
Veterinary service and medicine 
Hay, straw and grain 
Wagon and carriage repairs 
Harness repairs .... 
Horseshoeing .... 
Yard and stable, building repairs 
Yard and stable, rent and taxes 
Yard and stable, furnishings . 
Yard and stable, light and fuel 
* Automobile repairs and mainte 
nance 



Carried forward 



S133 12 

279 22 

1,795 04 

80 00 

160 00 

78 39 

130 25 

50 68 

55 

20 00 

18 66 

133 27 

298 81 

844 16 

$4,022 15 
administra- 



$506 37 

7 16 

717 30 

3 32 

6 32 

138 75 

99 63 

116 72 

142 93 

31 15 

538 89 
6,330 69 



t,022 15 



2,308 54 



),330 69 



* See pages 494 and 495 for details of automobile cost. 



486 



City Document No. 26. 



Brought forward . 




$6,330 69 S6,330 69 


Operating expenses . 


104,157 45 


Chief inspector .... 


1,160 34 


Inspectors, water distribution 


5,964 89 


Inspectors, oil distribution 


599 72 


Labor, water distribution 


1,093 35 


Labor, oil distribution 


777 19 


Labor, calcium chloride distribution 


22 51 


Holiday 


69 22 


Vacation 




521 60 


Military roll 




77 88 


Sanitary service 




804 11 


Tools .... 




69 50 


Sand .... 




90 00 


Rent, car sidings 




175 00 


Road oil . 




54,888 94 


Calcium chloride 




322 10 


Freight and demurrage 




167 86 


Oil carts 




114 69 


Water cart . 




60 40 


Gas pump, repairs 




6 78 


Standpipe, repai*r and maintenance 


3,206 92 


Hired teams, water distribution 


29,051 57 


Hired teams, oil distribution . 


229 00 


Hired teams, calcium chloride 


3 


distribution 


50 10 


* Automobile repairs and mainte 


- 


nance .... 




4,633 78 



.10,488 14 $110,488 14 



Total Street Cleaning Branch . 

Total Street Watering and Oiling Branch 

Grand total 



$597,969 17 
110,488 14 



,457 31 



* See pRges 494 and 495 for details of automobile cost. 



Public Works Department. 



487 



DISTRIBUTION OF EXPENDITURES. 



Removing snow S69,291 35 

Snow work on crossings and gutters, 12,202 15 

Flushing streets 

Street patrolling by teams . $28,596 19 

Cleaning of subway passage . . 1,248 36 

Street patrolling by push carts . 109,248 11 

Collection of refuse boxes . . 5,460 62 

Cleaning of paved streets . . $228,023 85 

Cleaning of macadam gutters . . 56,265 37 

Cleaning of public alleys . - . . 865 22 

Sanding of slippery streets 

Work performed for Sanitary Service . 
Work performed for Paving Service 



$81,493 50 
32,037 05 



144,553 28 



285,154 44 

2,374 86 

47,604 55 

4,751 49 



Total expenditures, Street Cleaning Branch, $597,969 17 
Oiling of public streets and ways . $65,062 24 
Watering of public streets and waj^s, 44,621 79 
Sanitary Service .... 804 11 



Total expenditures, Street Watering and 
Oiling Branch 

Total expenditures, Street Cleaning and 
Oiling Service 



110,488 14 



$708,457 31 



Items. 



Summary. 



Labor 

Teaming 

Supplies and repairs 

Totals 



Stbeet Cleaning Branch. 



1915-1916. 



$410,799 55 

18,047 77 

122,041 27 



1916-1917. 



$403,167 02 
49,274 19 
98,268 95 



1917-1918. 



1421,612 67 
48,622 72 
127,733 78 



Street Oiling and Watering 
Branch. 



1915-1916. 



$28,311 16 
52,406 23 
59,027 58 



1916-1917. 



$12,742 01 
39,126 21 
69,582 46 



1917-1918. 



$14,274_09 
29,330 67 
66,883 38 



$550,888 59 



$550,710 16 



$597,969 17 



5,744 97 



$121,450 68 



$110,488 14 



488 



City Document No. 26. 



1 



Cost of Snow Work and Volume Removed. 



Districts. 



Snow Work 
on Cross- 
ings and 
Gutters. 

Total Cost. 



Snow 
Removal. 
Total Cost. 



Total Cost. 



Single 

Loads 

Snow 

Removed. 

t 



Cubic 

Yards 

Removed. 

t 



Cost 
per Cubic 

Yard 
Removed. 



South Boston 

East Boston 

Charlestown 

Dorchester 

Roxbury 

Uptown 

Downtown 

Back Bay 

North and West Ends . 
Patrol System 



$2,610 

45 

1,605 

629 
2,205 

644 
1,034 

552 
1.160 
1,714 



$6,409 91 
613 00 
1,778 12 
811 97 
620 05 
670 69 

16,340 16 
1,759 96 

23,263 37 

17,024 12 



$9,019 96 
658 75 
3,383 31 
1,441 17 
2,825 36 
1,315 22 

17,374 63 
2,312 30 

24,423 96 

18,738 84 



4,382 

364 

1,307 

363 

245 

330 

14,838 

790 

21,038 

9,023 



11,393.2 

943.8 

3,398.2 

1,043.8 

637.0 

858.0 

38,478.8 

2,054.0 

54,701.4 

23,459.8 



$0 562 
649 
52 
777 
973 
781 
424 
856 
425 
725 



Totals. . 
Average. 



$12,202 15 



3.291 35 



$81,493 50 



. 52,1 



136,968.0 



$0 505 



* Includes Sundays, paid time and one half; holidays, double time, 
t Street Cleaning loads, 2.6 cubic yards each. 



Summary. 



Items. 


Cost of 
Inspection, 
Labor and 
Teaming. 


Cost of 
all Other 
Charges. 


Total Cost. 


Amount 
OP Snow 
Removed. 


Cost 
per Load 
Removed. 


Cost 
per Cubic 

Yard 
Removed. 




Loads. 


Cubic 
Yards. 




$54,262 08 
9,861 32 


$15,029 27 
2,340 83 


$69,291 35 
12,202 15 


52,680 


136,968 


$1,315 


$0,505 


Snow crossings and gut- 














Totals 


$64,123 40 


$17,370 10 


$81,493 50 















Public Works Department. 



489 



Miles and Areas of Streets Cared for, 1917-18. 





Location. 


Miles op Streets 
Cared for. 


Square Yards 
Cared for. 


Total 


District. 


Paved. 


Macadam. 


Roadway 
Paved. 


Macadam. 

9-foot 
Gutters. 


Square 
Yards. 


No. 1 




23.74 
6.34 
13.06 
9.46 
20.09 
15.79 
25.40 
15.74 
19.79 


30.08 
23.28 
10.88 
84'. 50 
19.67 
11.96 

.92 
20.37 

.86 


489.974 
142,984 
302,056 
197,172 
465,278 
343,899 
502,601 
285,067 
362,362 


158,856 

122.969 

57,486 

446.172 

103,905 

63,171 

4,903 

107,575 

4,562 


648,830 


No. 2 




265,953 


No. 3 




359,542 


No. 6 


Dorchester 


643,884 


No. 7 


Roxbury 


569,183 


No. 8 


South End (uptown) 

South End (downtown) .... 
Back Bay 


407,070 


No. 8 


507,504 


No. 9 


392,642 


No. 10 


North and West Ends 


366,924 






Totals 




149.41 


202.52 


3,091,933 


1,069,599 


4,161,532 







Flushing. 



Supervision. 


Cost of 

Labor and 

Teams. 


Cost of 

Repairs and 

Tools. 


Cost of 
All Charges. 


Total Cost. 


Square Yards 
Flushed Once. 


Cost per 

Thousand 

Square Yards 

Flushed Once. 


$1,501 74 


$20,501 60 


$4,034 54 


$5,999 17 


$32,037 05 


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493 



Summary of Oil Bought, 1917. 



District. 


Bought from Gallons. 


Cost. 


1 


Standard 


31,045 
8,214 
57,724 
24,527 
47,668 
35,770 
78,451 
38,984 
61,994 
73,202 
70,493 
53,485 
53,211 
30,813 
21,437 
23,556 


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653 01 

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Standard 


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4,788 83 


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Standard 


5,581 53 
5 221 87 


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Standard 


4,040 10 

4,044 28 
2,386 94 
1,736 27 
1,760 77 


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Standard 

Alden, Spears Company 




Total Standard 


446,550 
264,024 


$34,736 62 




Total Alden, Spears Co 


20,152 32 




Grand totals 


710,574 


$54,888 94 









AsPHALTic Road Oil. 



1 Contract Standard 

2 Contract Standard 
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$0 0765 per gallon. 
0815 per gallon. 
0795 per gallon. 



494 



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Details of Automobile Costs 

Supervisor. 

Supplies 

Garage rent 

Gasolene, oils, etc '. 

Tubes, tires, cases (new) 

Tubes, tires, cases (repair) 

Engine and body repairs 

Registration 

Wages of chauffeur 

Total 



S17 65 


180 00 


409 


58 


331 


61 


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482 


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East 
Boston 
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Dorchester 
District. 



Roxbury 
District. 



Patrol 
System. 



Purchase, cost of 

Registration 

Supplies 

Engine and body repairs . . . 

Gasolene, greases, etc 

Tubes, tires, cases (new) . . . 
Tubes, tires, cases (repairs) . 



$379 07 



$10 00 

2 30 

118 00 

124 18 

76 39 

2 50 



$10 00 
9 71 
137 79 
213 34 
15S 25 
18 15 



$328 70 
10 GO 
34 60 
68 57 
256 28 
84 99 
25 50 



Totals . 



$379 07 



$333 37 



$547 24 



$808 64 



Auto Trucks. — Street Cleaning. 



Peerless. 



Garford. 



Garage rent 

Gasolene, oils, etc 

Engine and body repairs. . . 
Tubes, tires, cases (new) . . 
Tubes, tires, cases (repairs) . 

Supplies 

Registration 



Totals . 



$360 00 
942 11 
825 41 
397 74 



28 54 
2 00 

$2,555 80 



$58 11 
467 59 



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333.43 21.749,732 

564.6! 27.083.327 
580.94 33.417,33! 
60.0^ 72.891.324 

100.2B 65.069,369 


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5.915 78 
11.510 97 

37.374 33 


20.203 77 


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2,306 44 


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3.861 84 

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18.334 88 


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20.293 77 


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Public Works Department. 

Details of Automobile Costs. — Concluded 
General Foreman. 

Garage rent 

Oils, greases, etc 

Engine and body repairs 

Tubes, tires, cases (new) 

Tubes, tires, cases (repairs) 

Supplies 

Total 

Chief Inspector. 

Oils, gasolene, etc , 

Engine and body repairs 

Tubes, tires, cases (new) 

Tubes, tires, cases (repairs) 

Supplies 

Registration 

Total 



495 



$120 00 

319 90 

197 73 

173 38 

10 60 

22 55 



$844 16 



$245 41 
143 78 
94 32 
18 85 
26 53 
10 00 



$538 89 



Auto Truck. — Oiling. 



Peerless. 



Garage rent 

Oils, gasolene, etc 

Engine and body repairs 
Tubes, tires, cases (new) 

Supplies 

Registration 

Chauffeur and operator . 

Total 



$330 00 
787 04 

2,094 36 

250 67 

136 07 

2 00 

1,033 64 



$4,633 78 



496 City Document No. 26. 



APPENDIX D. 



SEWER AND WATER DIVISION. 

February 1, 1918. 

Mr. E. F. Murphy, 

Commissioner of Public Works: 

Dear Sir, — - 1 respectfully submit the following report 
of the income, expenditures and operation of the Sewer 
and Water Division for the year ending January 31, 
1918. 

The writer resumed his duties as division engineer 
of the Sewer and Water Division on December 1, 1917. 
Prior to this date the Sewer and Water Services were 
administered as part of the Highway Division, their 
operation being directed by the division engineer of 
that division. 

SEWER SERVICE. 

The following is a statement of the important items 
of work completed during the year 1917, or in progress 
at the present time: 

Brighton. 

Pipe sewers have been built in Turner street, Breck 
avenue, Langley road, William Jackson avenue, Matchett 
street and Justin road. 

Sewers and surface drains have been built in North 
Beacon street. Academy Hill road, Parkman street, 
Chestnut Hill avenue, Griggs street, Parkvale avenue 
and Holden street. 

Work has been started on the reconstruction of 
Shepard brook to relieve a long-standing nuisance in 
Arden, Haskell, Franklin and other streets in this 
vicinity. 

East Boston. 

Sanitary sewers of pipe have been built in London, 
Saratoga and Shelby streets and Faywood avenue, and 
3-foot sewer (concrete) in Webster street. 



Public Works Department. 497 

Charlestown. 

Construction started on the rebuilding of the sewer in 
Rutherford avenue, between Baldwin and Allen streets; 
15-inch pipe sewer in Cambridge street, between existing 
sewer and Crescent street. 

West Roxbury. 

The principal item of construction in West Roxbury 
has been the rebuilding of the Roslindale brook, from 
Bellevue Station to Corey street. This is intended to 
take all the storm water from Centre street, between 
Beech and Corey streets, and all abutting streets. 

Elmwood Street brook at North avenue is intended to 
relieve the flooding of lowland between North avenue 
and Glendale road. 

Pipe sewers have also been built in Hodgdon terrace, 
Florence and Wyvern streets, Alden road and other 
streets. 

Spring Street brook has been extended easterly and 
northerly to La Grange street to take the drainage from 
the La Grange Street Playground. 

Dorchester. 

Dorchester brook sewer in Dacia street, between 
Brookford and Quincy streets. This conduit is 6 feet 9 
inches by 6 feet 2 inches and is intended to relieve the 
flooded streets in the low lying valley of Dorchester 
brook within the above limits. 

Almont street outlet in private land, between Almont 
and Oakland streets, giving drainage to territorj^ south 
of Walk Hill street, between Walk Hill street, Blue Hill 
avenue and Oakland street. 

Pipe sewers have also been built in Balsam street, 
Dunbar avenue, Annapolis and East Cottage streets, 
Foss road and other streets. 

An entireh' new system of sewer has been started in 
Norfolk street, between Dorr's Bridge and Walk Hill 
street. 

Davenport brook has been completed from Codman 
street to Washington street and has entirely abated the 
floodings of long standing between Dorchester avenue 
and Morton street. 

Hyde Park. 

Pipe sewers ha^'e been built in Child street. ( lordon 
avenue, Hillside street and Church street. 



498 City Document No. 26. 

Hyde Park avenue, from Clarendon Hills to Hyde 
Park square, has been laid out under the act, and new 
systems of surface drains and new sewers completed. 
The street floodings Vv^ere frequent in time of storm 
at the three raihoad stations in Hyde Park, namely, 
Fairmount Station, Hyde Park Station and Readville 
Station, and have been entirely abated by the installa- 
tion of new surface drainage system.s. 

Surface drains have been built to relieve floodings in 
Water street at Williams avenue, Warren avenue at 
Neponset river and in Wolcott square and vicinity. 

ROXBURY. 

Tide-gate chamber built on Muddy river conduit in 
Deerfield street at Back street. 

New sanitary sewer in Brookline avenue, from Jersey 
street to Audubon road. Separate system of sewers in 
Overland street. Museum road and Moreland street. 

Pipe sewers have been built in Alleys 818 and 819, be- 
tween Batavia street and Westland avenue; xA.lleys 820 
and 821, between Huntington avenue and St. Botolph 
street. 

City Proper. 

Nashua street, at Minot street, tide-gate chamber 
built to relieve overcharged sewers in this vicinity. 

jNlost of the w^ork in the city proper this j'^ear has been 
locating and rebuilding outlets for existing basins, very 
many of these outlets having been found broken by 
excavations in the streets, thereby causing catch-basins 
to overflow in time of storm thi'ough the lack of sufficient 
outlets. 

South Boston. 

Most of the sewer work in South Boston has been in 
connection with the new South Boston Tunnel, between 
Broadway and Andrew square. 

The three detached pumping stations located at 
Summer Street extension, Union Park street at Albany 
street, and Readville street, Hyde Park, have been 
operated continuously throughout the year and the 
station in Union Park street in particular has been the 
means of reducing the number of complaints from 
flooded cellars in the South End district so that at the 
present time, during heavy rainstorms, there is practi- 
cally no cause for complaint. 



Public Works Department. 499 

WATER SERVICE. 

During the year 6.7 miles of pipe, varying in size from 
4-inch to 30-inch, were laid. Owing to conditions result- 
ing from the war, only 28,154 linear feet of 4-inch to 
16-inch pipe were laid to meet petitions, etc., against 
54,814 linear feet of 4-inch to 12-inch pipe laid in 1916; 
6,056 linear feet pipe extension was made in the business 
section of the city for fire pipes and sprinkler connections 
from the high service. In continuation of the policy 
of relaying old and small mains, 3.3 miles of pipe from 
4 inches to 12 inches in diameter were replaced with 
larger sizes. 

There are now 870.62 miles of mains from 4 inches 
to 48 inches in service. 

The 30-inch high service main begun in 1914 and con- 
tinued in 1915, 1916 and 1917, starting from the 36-inch 
high service main in Heath street, Roxbury, thence 
through Columbus avenue, Worcester street, Washington 
street. Perry street, Harrison avenue, Broadway, Curve 
street, Hudson street and Kneeland street, to Atlantic 
avenue, was completed by laying 900 linear feet 30-inch 
pipe in Harrison avenue, between Dover street and 
Broadway, with the exception of a connection on 
Harrison avenue, under the tracks of the New York, 
New Haven & Hartford Railroad. The completion of 
this mam will provide a much needed additional supply 
to the high service district of the city proper which, 
at the present time, is largely dependent on the 42-inch 
main in Huntington avenue. Clarendon street, New- 
bury street and Boston Common. A serious break in 
the 42-inch main would expose the business district to 
danger from lack of adequate supply for the sprinkler 
and fire pipe systems on this service. While there is a 
20-inch high service main in Huntington avenue, and 
a 16-inch high service main in Columbus avenue, both 
interconnected on the Common, they alone are unable 
to maintain an effective pressure as the consumption has 
increased far beyond their carrying capacit}^ Our 
dependence for several years past has been on the 42-inch 
high ser\dce line. 

The more im.portant relaying work was the replace- 
ment of 2,700 linear feet 8-inch pipe with 16-inch pipe in 
River street, Hyde Park, between Huntington avenue 
and Fairmount avenue. This work completes the 
enlarging of the small pipe in River street between the 



500 City Document No. 26. 

former Dorchester line and the center of Hyde Park, 
and furnishes to that district a second adequate supply 
in case the metropohtan 20-inch main is out of commis- 
sion. 

Ninety-one hydrants have been estabUshed, making 
a total of 9,619 available for use. 

The law relative to metering annually all new services 
installed after December 31, 1907, and 5 per cent of the 
ser^dces then unmetered, was changed on April 10 by 
a special act of the Legislature, waiting for one year 
the clause in the act providing for the metering of 5 per 
cent of existing ser^-ices. Up to February I, 1917, due 
to the operation of the act, 61,154 meters had been set 
on new and existing services or about 66 per cent of the 
total services were metered. Between February 1 and 
April 7, 838 meters were set on old ser\dces, and since 
that date, in compliance with the change in the law, 
only new ser^'ice pipes to the number of 833 have been 
metered. Total number of meters in service on January, 
31 was 62,522. 

Service pipes, including new and enlarged sizes, 
to the number of 1,045 were installed during the year. 

Continued cold weather during the month of January, 
with the absence of snow, drove the frost to a dangerous 
depth that endangered ser\'ice pipes. These condi- 
tions, aggravated by a lack of coal for heating, etc., 
resulted in an epidemic of frozen service pipes, and to 
date the Water Service has thawed by means of hot 
water, steam and electricity 327 pipes. 

The rebuilding of the Brookhne Avenue Bridge over 
the Boston & Albany Raihoad necessitated the reloca- 
tion of two 28-inch steel water pipes located on the 
bridge. The policy adopted in the past of carrying 
water pipes over bridges was successful previous to the 
advent of motor vehicles, but for the past few j'ears pipes 
so located on the roadway floor and uncovered have 
been exposed to danger of damage from automobiles 
beyond control, etc. The war has also caused a reali- 
zation of the damage that could be done by an enemy 
to pipes so located. Under these conditions it was 
decided to carry a 42-inch steel pipe, embedded in con- 
crete, under the railroad tracks. A contract was 
awarded for furnishing and laying 42-inch steel pipe 
with wrought steel flanges, ^ inch thick, with, longi- 
tudinal joint of double-riveted lap tj'pe seam calked. 
A lead gasket \ inch thick, cut to project \ inch, was 



Public Works Department. 501 

used between the flanges. The length between the 
center of the vertical legs on the base was 136.7 feet; 
the height of each leg behind the abutment was 24 feet. 
At the upper 90-degree bends a steel manhole pipe 24 
inches in diameter was attached to afford means of 
entrance. The pipe was protected after completion 
at the shop by thoroughly cleaning the inner and outer 
surfaces and applying one coat of paint to the outside 
and two coats of paint to the inside of the pipe. After 
placing in position the entire inner surface was given 
a third coat of paint. . The pipes under the rails were 
laid to have a 6-foot cover. The pipe on the base 
was surrounded by reinforced concrete mixed 1-2-4 for 
a thickness of 1 foot around the pipe. The vertical 
legs had a concrete covering 1| feet thick. The com- 
pleted work upon test proved to be absolutely tight. 

During the coming year the existing 24-inch low service 
steel pipe on the Massachusetts Avenue Bridge over 
the New York, New Haven & Hartford Railroad, in- 
stalled in 1883 and now in poor condition, should be 
replaced with a steel pipe carried under the railroad 
tracks in a concrete envelope. At the same time, and 
as a part of the same construction, a second 24-inch 
steel pipe should be laid to connect the present dead 
ends of the 24-inch high ser\ice main in Massachusetts 
avenue. 

Respectfully submitted, 

F. A. McInnes, 

Division Enqineer. 



502 City Document No. 26. 



SEWER SERVICE. 



The work of the service is carried on under chapters 
28 and 40, Revised Ordinances 1914, and the following 
statutes : 

Chapter 426 — 1897, as amended by 450 — 1899 and 268 — 
1903. 

Chapter 383 — 1903, as amended by 464 — 1907. 
Chapter 550 — 1907. 
Chapter 204 — 1908. 
Chapter 514 — 1908. 
Chapter 348 — 1912. 

The Duties of the Sewer Service. 

1. Preparation of plans for sewerage works. 

2. Construction and maintenance of all drainage 
works. 

3. Investigation of complaints in regard to defective 
drainage. 

4. The granting of permits for sewer construction. 

5. The preparation of plans for the assessment of the 
cost of sewer construction. 

6. The examination of the plans of other corpora- 
tions proposing to construct works in public streets with 
reference to their probable interference with sewerage 
works. 



Total number of employees on pay roll January 

31,1917 ........ 379 

Total number of employees on pay roll January 

31, 1918 428 

Total amount of weekly pay roll January 31, 

1917 $7,943 61 

Total amount of weekly pay roll January 31, 

1918 $9,165 54 

Total amount of monthly pav rolls January 31, 

1917 . . . . ^ $508 33 

Total amount of monthly pay rolls Januarv 31, 

1918 .^ . $508 33 

Total amount of monthly pension roll January 31, 

1917: 

Veterans $685 55 

Laborers $697 16 



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Total amount of monthly pension roll January 31, 
1918: 

Veterans $618 89 

Laborers $662 16 

Average weekly pay roll, including monthly roll 

and exclusive of pension roll, for fiscal year . $9,241 76 
Charged as follows : 

Maintenance * $4,217 83 

Sewerage works $3,290 81 

Separate systems of drainage .... $1,733 12 

Average number of men employed ... 417 
Number of men on pension roll January 31, 1917: 

Veterans 15 

Laborers 23 

Number of men on pension roll January 31, 1918: 

Veterans 14 

Laborers 22 

Average number of horses maintained by the 

service during the year 29 

Rate of wages per dav to common laborers . . $2 50 

(From June 1, 1918) $3 00 



* Includes amount charged to Paving Service $97 70 

Includes amount charged to Water Service 1 1 1 93 

Includes amount charged to High Pressure Fire Service 254 14 

Includes amount charged to Highways, Making of 113 44 

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Sewer Service. 
Improved Sewerage 
Pumping Station, Calf Pasture, inside 
Pumping Station, Calf Pasture, outside 
Pumping Station, Calf Pasture, engines 
Pumping Station, Calf Pasture, boiler.'? 
Pumping Station, Union Park street 
Pumping Station, Summer street 
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Main and intercepting sewers 



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13,794 89 

25,349 07 

16,562 01 

6,048 53 

1,205 14 

764 11 



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$153,339 13 
14,670 45 
21,685 79 

$189,695 37 
2,867 32 



Miscellaneous Maintenance Charge.'i. 
Cleaning catch-basins . 
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Employed at yards 
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Teaming .... 



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Cleaning sewers .... 
Office salaries .... 

Office expenses .... 
Repairing department buildings 
Repairing catch-basins. South Boston 
Repairing catch-basins. East Boston 
Repairing catch-basins, Charlestown 
Repairing catch-basins, Brighton 
Repairing catch-basins. West Roxbury 
Repairing catch-basins, Dorchester 
Repairing catch-basins, Hyde Park . 
Repairing catch-basins, Roxbury 
Repairing catch-basins, city proper . 
Repairing sewers. South Boston 
Repairing sewers. East Boston . 
Repairing sewers, Charlestown . 
Repairing sewers, Brighton 
Repairing sewers, West Roxbury 
Repairing sewers, Dorchester 
Repairing sewers, Hyde Park 
Repairing sewers, Roxbury 
Repairing sewers, city proper 



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582 41 


$10,754 20 
12,083 06 


12,837 21 


$22,837 
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5,486 19 










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Brought forward $338,573 46 

Pension roll (veterans) 7,898 34 

Pension roll (laborers) 8,074 62 

Annuities 651 00 

Fuel and oil 2,049 42 

Hardware, tools, etc 2,599 82 

Engines and boilers 246 97 

Sundries and miscellaneous charges 14,951 70 

Telephones 267 68 

House connection 8,320 54 

Rubber goods 518 88 

Gatehouse, Fenway 775 25 

Stock 6,670 99 

$391,598 67 
Credit. 

Stock transferred and used on construction . $10,891 04 

Rubber goods transferred and used on con- 
struction 16 18 

Fuel and oil transferred and used on con- 
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Hardware, tools, etc., transferred and used on 

construction 65 70 

12,115 37 



$379,483 30 



Charges to Various Parties for Property Sold and for Work Done and 
Material Furnished. 



Standard Oil Company 

Roxbury Iron and Metal Company . 

Boston Elevated Railway Company 

Anthony BarufTaldi .... 

Commercial Wharf .... 

Quincy Market Cold Storage Company 

Boston Consumptives' Ilospital Department 

City of Boston, Wire Department 

Edison Electric Illuminating Company 

Park and Recreation Department 

Eastern Cold Storage Company 

John Mason Little, Trustee 

R. L. Barrett 

Massachusetts General Hospital 

Mark H. Lynch . 

Miss Alice ColUer . 

Boston City Hospital . 

John J. Lane . 

William S. Nolan . 

Wilson & Tomhnson 

John McCourt 

Wilham J. Barry . 

Fenway Brewery . 

Boston Fire Department 

Hugh Nawn . . ■ . 

Louis M. Bianco . 

R. Missiano . 



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1,459 30 

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51 06 

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381 98 

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162 74 

220 07 

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15 63 
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76 06 

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29 93 

184 56 

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Public Works Department. 



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January SI, 1918. 
Essex Lumber Company 
Boston Wharf Company 
Children's Institutions Department 
Standard Oil Company 

B. Doyle 

Roxbury Iron and Metal Company 
Metropolitan Water and Sewerage Board 

R. L. Barrett 

Quincy Market Cold Storage Company 
Commercial Wharf Corporation 
Edison Electric Illuminating Company 
Boston Consumptives' Hospital 
City of Boston, Wire Department 
Park and Recreation Department 
Massachusetts General Hospital 

Mark H. Lynch 

WilUam S. Nolan 

Boston City Hospital .... 

R. Missiano 

Boston Elevated Railway Company . 

Fenway Brewery 

Hugh Nawn . 
John McCourt 
Louis M. Bianco . 
John J. Lane . 
Anthony Baruffaldi 



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Sewerage. 



Outside 
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Sewerage. 



Totals. 



Labor 

Contracts 

Teaming, hired and city . 

Waste 

Fuel 



Oil. 



Packing 

Valves 

Car fares, traveling expenses, etc. . 

Horses, etc 

Towing 

Pipe fittings and miscellaneous . . . . 

Telephone 

Automobiles, repairs and supplies. 
Stock and miscellaneous supplies . , 



Credits. 
Improved Sewerage. 



$106,928 

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435 

58,769 

1,977 

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1,131 

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2,341 

800 

13,868 



877 27 



$190,014 87 



Labor . 

Stables 



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119 50 



Outside Improved Sewerage. 

Miscellaneous $7,035 00 

Labor 11,347 63 

Stock 10,891 04 



$132,164 55 

24,470 90 

11,605 45 

26 68 

914 12 

.1,135 30 



558 57 
7,367 84 



267 68 

3,443 72 

37,106 79 



$219,061 60 



$239,093 42 

25,860 90 

11,620 45 

461 68 

59,683 19 

3,112 38 

850 36 

1,131 17 

1,190 28 

9,709 07 

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13,868 11 

267 68 

4,320 99 

37,106 79 



$409,076 47 



319 50 



$189,695 37 



29,273 67 



$189,787 93 



29,593 17 



$379,483 30 



Waste. 
3,000 pounds at 14|c 



Coal. 

7,1051i5§ tons soft coal. . 

58 . 7 tons hard coal . . 



Towing. 
Boston Tow Boat Company . . 
New England Fuel and Trans- 
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$58,295 34 
473 73 

$58,769 07 

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300 00 

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Packing. 
l,0S9i pounds at 52c. to $1.35, 



$850 36 



Oil. 
2,392 gallons of engine at. . . . 17|c. to 30c. . 
1,077 gallons of cylinder at. .21c. to 45c. 

152.5 gallons of gargoyle at . 36c. to 43c. 

208 gallons of sperm at. . . .75c. to $1.60. 
30 gallons of lard at $1.20 to $1.62. 

303.5 gallons of turbine at . . 40c. 
2,591 pounds grease at 9c to 10c. 

650 gallons of kerosene at. . 7c. to 10c. 

600 gallons of gasolene at. .22|c. to 24c. 



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513 



Coal at Pumping Station, Calf Pasture. 



Date. 


Contractor. 


Tons. 


Paid in 1917-18. 


Per Ton. 


Totals. 


Dec. 13... 


New England Coal & Coke Company . 


502,13o 




$7 16 


$3,594 54 


Nov. 18... 


New England Coal & Coke Company . 


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3.728 54 


Nov. 18... 


New England Coal & Coke Company . 


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3,732 47 


Mar. 3... 


Batchelder Brothers 


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Mar. 15... 


New England Coal & Coke Company . 


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Mar. 21 . . . 


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4,384 67 


April 2... 


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SEWERAGE WORKS LOAN EXPENDITURES 
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South Boston. 

B and Seventh streets overflow extension from 
New York, New Haven & Hartford Railroad 
to a point 130 feet westerly .... $5,176 66 

Strandway and Old Harbor improvement . . 359,590 17 

Ralston street, from Old Colony avenue to 

Dorchester avenue 15,466 82 

Woodward street, from Dorchester avenue to 

141 feet southeasterly 1,374 64 

Broadway, from H street to 400 feet westerly . 3,864 36 



$385,472 65 



Built 5,104.25 linear feet, 10 manholes, 14 catch-basins. 



East Boston. 

Condor street, from Glendon street to East Eagle 

street 

Frankfort street, from Prescott street to Nep- ^ 

tune road I 

Neptune road, from Bennington street to Bos- [ 

ton. Revere Beach & Lynn Railroad . J 
Gove street, from Cottage street to Venice street . 
Jeffries street, from Marginal street to Sumner ^ 

street I 

Sumner street, from Jeffries street to about 250 j 

feet easterly J 

London street, from Decatur street to Maverick 

street 

Shelby street, from Saratoga street to Lexington 

street 

Webster street, from Orleans street to 220 feet 

easterly 

Faywood avenue, from Orient avenue to Tower 

street 



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Chaelestown. 

Cambridge street, from existing sewer 100 feet 
west of Stark street to Crescent street 

Rutherford avenue, from Baldwin street to Allen 
street 

Chelsea street, from Chamber street to Henley 
street, and Gray street, from Water street to 
Chelsea street 



Built 329.63 linear feet, 2 manholes. 

Brighton. 

Colonial road, from Commonwealth avenue to 
Euston road 

Commonwealth avenue, from Ashby street to 
Essex street 

Kenrick street, from Lake street to Brayton road, 

Walbridge street, from Brainerd road to Com- 
monwealth avenue 

Matchett street, from Perthshire road 100 feet 
northerly 

Bellamy street, from Burton street to Richards ^ 
street 

Bellamy street, from Richards street to 
Matchett street 

Perthshire road, from Matchett street to 30 feet 
east of Atkins street 



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2,495 87 
964 98 

39 72 

327 17 



3,453 25 



Built 803.15 linear feet, 6 manholes. 



$7,286 03 



West Roxbury. 

Ballard street, from Centre street to Bardwell 

street 

La Grange street, from Glenham street to 590 feet 

southeasterly 

Elven road, from Washington street to Stony 

brook 

Worley street, from metropolitan sewer to 

Lfwinell street 

Hodgdon terrace, from Maple street to 200 feet 

westerly J 

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$29 70 

131 89 

1,957 54 

2,055 55 
H,174 68 



518 



City Document No. 26. 



Brought forward 

Florence street, from Westbourne road to") 

W>"^"ern street '^^ 

WA'\'ern street, from Florence street to Hj^de j 

Park avenue j 

Washington street, Lesher street and South 

street 

Garfield street, northeast branch, from Garfield 

street to Kenton road 

Grover street, from Florence street to Neponset ^ 

avenue [^ 

Grover avenue, from Grover street to 160 feet [ 

west and north J 

South Conway street, from Robert street to South 

street 

Weld street from Walker street to Arthur street . 



Built 2,363.70 hnear feet, 23 manholes. 



$4,174 68 
5,606 23 

3,057 22 
754 82 

4,167 78 



2.160 56 
632 91 

$20,554 20 



Dorchester. 

Adams street, from Beaumont road to 150 feet 

south 

Southwick street, from Freeport street to Sa^Tn [ 

Hill avenue J 

Dorchester avenue, from Hancock street to SaAin 

Hill avenue 

Davenport brook, from Codman street to Wash- 
ington street 

Dorchester brook in Dacia street, from Brookford 

street to Quincy street 

Bowdoin street, from Winter street to Hendr\^ ) 

street j 

Hendrj" street, from Bowdoin street to Coleman [ 

street [ 

Coleman street, from Hendiy street to Quincy 

street j 

Harvest street, from WUlowwood street to^ 

Lucerne street 

Train street, from 100 feet south of Boutwell 

street to Boutwell street . . . . [ 
Rutledge road, from 360 feet east of Wood | 

avenue to 160 feet west of Hyde Park avenue, J 
Groveland street, from Gle