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ANNUAL REPORT 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT 



YEAR 1918 



Compliments of 

Thomas F. Sullivan, 

Commissioner of Public Works 
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CONTENTS. 



Part I. 

REPORT OF THE COMMISSIONER OF 
PUBLIC WORKS. 



PAGE 

Appropriations 5 

Appropriations, special 6 

Contracts: 

Artificial stone sidewalks, 

rebate 31 

Artificial stone sidewalks, 

edgestones, etc 32 

Ashes 42 

.Asphalt pavement 33 

Bitulithic pavement 36 

Bituminous macadam. ... 40 

Brick block pavement. ... 38 

Bridge Work 27 

Catch-basins, cleaning 

same 46 

Electric lighting 29 

Ferry work 28 

Gas, furnishing same 29 

Gas, lighting streets with 

same 29 

Granite block pavement . . 34 

Hired teams 26 

In force, made in previous 

years, Sanitary Service, 43 

Macadam, bituminous. ... 40 
Micellaneous, Paving 

Service 41 

Micellaneous, S a n i t a ry 

Service 43 

Miscellaneous, Street 

Cleaning Service 45 

Miscellaneous, Water Serv- 
ice 54 



Contracts : 

Offal 42 

Paving and regulating .... 34 

Sewerage works 47 

Sheet asphalt pavement . . 33 

Snow and ice 45 

Topeka pavement 39 

Water pipes, laying 51 

Water pipes, relaying 53 

Watering carts 44 

Wood block pavement .... 34 

Employees 76 

Employees in military or 
naval service (between 
pages 80, 81). 

Expenditures 11 

Expenditures, by items, seg- 
regated budget 12 

Financial statement 10 

General review . . . . ; 2 

Maintenance, comparative 

table 22 

Organization 1 

Pavements, area of . . 56 

Pavements, changes in 59 

Pavements, length of 58 

Pavements, miles of 57 

Property, personal 60 

Property, real 64 

Rainfall 55 

Revenue 23 

Snowfall 55 

Street mileage 57 



IV 



Contents. 



Part II.— Appendix A. 



Administration expenses, Central Office. 



PAGE 

82 



Appendix B. 



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

(Bridge Service.) 
(Page 83.) 



PAGE 

Appropriations, special 104 

Appropriations, special, sum- 
mary of . 104 

Bridges, work done on: 
Allston, over Boston & 

Albany Railroad 90 

Broadway, over New York, 
New Haven & Hart- 
ford Railroad 90 

Brookline Avenue, over 
Boston & Albany Rail- 
road 90 

Chelsea North , 91 

Congress Street 92 

Dorchester Avenue 92 

Maiden 93 

Northern Avenue 92 

Summer Street 93 

Warren 93 

City base, elevations and 

datum 122 

Drawtenders' report 121 

Elevations, city base 122 

Expenditures 108 

Expenditures, special appro- 
priations 108 

Expenditures, special appro- 
priations, summary of . . . . 110 
Financial statement 104 



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 

Recapitulation of bridges . . 118 

Repairs on bridges 106 

Tides, highest and lowest 

recorded 122 

Width of bridge openings. . . 119 
Work done 90 



Contents. 



(Ferry Service.) 
(Page 124.) 



PAGE 

Appropriations 124 

Appropriations, amounts paid 

from 129 

Appropriations, comparison 

of (five years) 127 

Appropriations, special 130 

Balance sheet 125 

Comparative balance sheet 

(five years) 126 

Comparison of appropria- 
tions, receipts and ex- 
penditures (five years) .... 127 
Difference in travel between 

ferries 131 

Expenditures 124 



Expenditures, comparison of 

(five years) 127 

Expenditures and receipts 

since 1858 129 

Ferryboats 124 

Financial statements 124 

Receipts at each ferry 130 

Receipts, comparison of (five 

years) 127 

Ticket statement 131 

Total travel on both ferries 

(six years) 132 

Ventilating systems on 

wooden boats 102 

Work done 101 



Appendix C. 



REPORT OF THE DIVISION ENGINEER OF THE 
HIGHWAY DIVISION. 

General Review. 

(Page 134.) 

(Lighting Service.) 
(Page 138.) 



Arc lamps, total cost per 

lamp per annum 146 

Defects 140 

Electric lights, number and 

kind of 141 

Electric lights, cost of 145 

Expenditures 138 

Financial statement 138 

Gas lamps, number and 

kind of 141 

Gas lamps, total cost per 

lamp per annum 144 



Incandescent lamps, total 

cost per lamp per annum, 147 
Lamps, number of, installed 

during year 141 

Lamps, discontinued 141 

Lamps, repaired and altered, 142 
Number and style of lamps, 

January 1, 1919 143 

Outages on street lamps .... 143 

Rebates 143 

Repairs 142 

Revenue 140 

Work done 136 



VI 



Contents. 



(Paving Service.) 
(Page 148.) 



PAGE 

Artificial stone sidewalks . . . 166 
Asphalt, cost of patching 
(ten years) : 

Acme 340 

Sicilian rock 338 

Seyssel rock 339 

Trinidad Lake 325 

Summary of 341 

Assessment streets, work 

done on 160 

Bitulithic pavement: 

Cost of patching (ten 

years) 342 

Summary of 344 

Brick sidewalks, new, by 

districts 317 

Dirt and street cleanings 

removed 318 

Edgestones, new, by districts, 317 

Electric light poles 323 

Expenditures (summary and 
detail) : 
Belgrade avenue and 

Beech street 175-182 

Charles street (now Cal- 
edonian avenue) 175-183 

Chelsea street, widening, 175-183 
Granolithic sidewalks . . . 175-186 
Highways, making of . . . . 175-256 
Hyde Park avenue, widen- 
ing 175-183 

Norfolk street, widening, 175-184 

Paving Service 175 

Reconstructing and repair- 
ing streets by contract, 175-209 
Street improvements .... 175-222 
Expenditures, objects of . . . . 177 

Expenditures, detail of 178 

Financial statement 175 

General review 134 

Granite blocks, streets paved 
with, having a mainte- 
nance guaranty 441 

Income 176 



Macadam streets, mainten- 
ance of 316 

Notices 323 

Permits 321 

Permits, revenue from 322 

Plans for proposed work .... 324 

Revenue 176 

Roadway defects 322 

Sidewalk defects 323 

Smooth pavements, area of, 440 
Smooth pavements, expira- 
tion of guaranty 345 

Snow and ice removed by 

contract 319 

Snow and ice removed by 

districts by day labor .... 319 
Snow, summary of volume 

and cost of 320 

Street numbering 323 

Street openings 321 

Streets : 

Paved with asphalt on 

concrete base 157 

Paved with granite blocks 

on concrete base 148 

Paved with granite blocks, 

maintenance of 441 

Paved with brick blocks on 

concrete base 159 

Paved with Filbertine .... 159 

Paved with Topeka 160 

With smooth pavement, 

expiration of guaranty, 379 
With smooth pavement, 

summary of 440 

Work done 148 

By contract, summary of, 170 
By day labor, summary of, 174 
By department force de- 
tail of (between pages 
300, 301). 
Charged to maintenance. . 301 



Contents. 



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PAGE 

Work done: 

Charged to Belgrade ave- 
nue, and Beech street, 
recapitulation of 304 

Charged to Charles street 

(now Caledonian avenue), 304 

Charged to Chelsea street, 
widening, recapitulation 
of 304 

Charged to granolithic 
sidewalks, recapitula- 
tion of 304 

Charged to highways, 
making of, recapitula- 
tion of 310 

Charged to Hyde Park 
avenue, widening, re- 
capitulation of 304 



PAGE 

Work done: 

Charged to Norfolk street, 
widening, recapitulation 
of 304 

Charged to reconstructing 
and repairing streets by 
contract, recapitulation 
of 306 

Charged to maintenance 

appropriation 182 

Charged to street im-' 
provements, appropria- 
tion, recapitulation of . . 307 

Charged to special appro- 
priations, recapitulation 
of 304 



Appendix D. 



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



(Sewer Service.) 
(Page 447.) 



Catch-basins built, charged 
to sewerage works 474 

Catch-basins built, charged 
to other sewer construc- 
tion 478-484 

Catch-basins, cleaned by 

contract 463 

Coal contracts, pumping 
station (Supply Depart- 
ment) 461 

Entrance fees, permits and 

assessments 485 

Executions of court, on ac- 
count of land-takings. . . .471-483 

Expenditures : 

Maintenance 453 

Maintenance, detail of . . . 456 



Expenditures : 

Maintenance, detail of, 

recapitulation of 460 

Separate systems of drain- 
age 480 

Separate systems of drain- 
age, detail of 481 

Sewerage works, detail of. 464 

Sewerage works, loan 465 

Financial statement 452 

Horses, cost of maintaining . . 485 
Land-takings, executions of 

court 471-483 

Manholes, built, charged to 

sewerage works 472 

Miles of sewers, February 1, 

1919 486 



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Contents. 



PAGE 

Pumping sewage, average 

cost per million foot gallons, 448 

Pumping station, Calf Past- 
ure, work done 470 

Pumping stations, equipment 

of 487 

Pumps, Calf Pasture, aver- 
age lift and duty 489 

Refuse, removing same from 

gate house 490 

Schedule of sewers built to 

date 486 

Schedule of catch-basins .... 487 



PAGE 

Sewers built by day labor, 
force account (between 
pages 464, 465). 

Sewers built by contract, 
force account (between 
pages 464, 465). 

Sewers built, charged to 

sewerage works 465 

Summary of sewer construc- 
tion (twelve months) 485 

Summary of sewer construc- 
tion (five years) 486 

Sludge account 490 

Work done 447 

Work in charge of division . . 450 



(Sanitary Service.) 
(Page 491.) 



PAGE 

Appropriations 491 

Ashes, collected by contract, 

number of loads 499 

Carts, capacity of 499 

Carts, number of 503 

Districts, map of 504 

Expenditures, items of 493 

Financial statement 491 

Force employed on house 

dirt and ashes 497 

Force employed on house 

offal 497 

Force employed on waste and 

rubbish 497 

Horseshoeing 495 

Income 491 

Maintenance 491 

Materials : 

Amount expended on offal, 
ashes and rubbish by 

districts 496 

Ashes and house dirt re- 
moved (five years) 498 

Collected by districts 500 



Materials: 

Cost of collecting and dis- 
posing of refuse by con- 
tract 502 

Cost of collecting and dis- 
posing of refuse by day 
labor (between pages 
502, 503). 

Final disposition of 501 

Garbage removed (5 years) , 498 
Number of loads collected 
from February 1, 1914, 

to January 31, 1919 498 

Offal, collected by con- 
tract, number of loads . . 499 
Waste and rubbish re- 
moved (five years) 498 

Refuse collected, detail of 
(between pages 502, 503). 

Revenue 491 

Sanitary districts 504 

Shops 494 

Weight of materials 500 

Work done 448 

Work done for other services, 492 



Contents. 



IX 



(Street Cleaning and Oiling Service.) 
(Page 505.) 



PAGE 

Automobiles, detail of cost. . 516 
Cost of watering streets by- 
districts 514 

Expenditures, distribution of, 509 

Expenditures, items of 505 

Financial statement 505 

Flushing streets 511 

Horses, cost of maintenance, 512 

Horses, distribution of 509 

Macadam streets, cost of 

oiling 513 

Oil purchased, number of 

gallons and cost of 515 



Snow removed, cost of 510 

Streets : 

Area watered and cost per 

square yard 514 

Cleaned, miles of 511 

Cleaned, total cost of (be- 
tween pages 510, 511). 
Swept by machines (be- 
tween pages 510, 511). 
Treated with oil, cost of. . 513 

Water, amount used 514 

Watered, cost by districts, 514 
Work done 448 



Appendix E. 



REPORT OF THE DIVISION ENGINEER OF THE 
WATER DIVISION. 



(Water Service.) 
(Page 518.) 



PAGE 

Abatements 528 

Automobiles, cost of opera- 
ting 527 

Construction, cost of 526 

Consumption of water 564 

Distribution of mains and 

services 564 

Elevators 528 

Expenditures 521 

Expenditures, detail of 522 

Expenditures, comparison of, 525 

Financial statement 521 

Fire pipes 528 

Fountain repairs 546 

Fountains, number of 540 



Hydrants, blow-off and reser- 
voir pipes v . . 537 

Hydrant repairs 542 

Hydrants, total number of, 

January 31, 1919.1 538 

Hydrants, total number and 
kind of established and 

abandoned 542 

Income branch 528 

Main pipe, cost of extension, 553 
Main pipe, cost of replacing, 556 
Main prpe, cost of relocating, 561 
Main pipe line and valves in 

same 536 



Contents. 



Main pipe work, mainte- 
nance of 541 

Meter branch 529 

Meter repairs 548 

Meters : 

Applied 534 

Changed 533 

Changes, reasons for 534 

Condemned 532 

In service, January 31, 

1919 531 

Installed 529 

On hand January 31, 1919, 530 

Purchased 531 

Repaired 532 

Set 529 

Motors 528 

Receipts 521 

Receipts, comparison of 528 

Revenue 521 

Service pipes : 

Abandoned and plugged . . 544 

Cost of laying 544 

Cost of laying, detail of, 545 

Laid and abandoned 543 

Maintenance of 546 

Repairs, cost of 546 



Service pipes: 

Total number and length 

of, 539 

Shops, work done in: 

Blacksmith 550 

Carpenter 551 

Machine 549 

Pattern 550 

Plumbing 552 

Miscellaneous 552 

Water: 

Average monthly heights 
at different stations (be- 
tween pages 564, 565). 

Debt 526 

Sinking fund 526 

Water pipes, total length of, 536 
Water posts, established and 

abandoned 547 

Water post, repairs 547 

Water rates, comparative 

statement 528 

Water, consumption of 564 

Water, turning off and on. . . 529 

Waste, prevention of 535 

Work done 518 

Work done, detail of 528 



(High Pressuee Fire Service.) 
(Page 565.) 



Expenditures 565 

Financial statement 565 



Work done. 



PAGE 

565 



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REPORT OF THE BOSTON AND CAMBRIDGE 
BRIDGE COMMISSION. 

(Page 567.) 



Bridges in charge of com- 
mission 567 

Draw openings 571 



Drawtenders' report 570 

Expenditures 569 

Work done 567 



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[Document 26 — 1919. 




ANNUAL REPORT 

OF THE 

PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT 

FOR THE 

YEAR ENDING JANUARY 31, 1919. 

Boston, February 1, 1919. 

Hon. Andkew 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, 1919, is respectfully submitted. The Public Works 
Department, created by Ordinances 1910, chapter 9, 
now chapter 28 of the Revised Ordinances of 1914, was 
formed by consolidating the Engineering, Water and 
Street Departments. 

Organization. 

A change in the organization of the department was 
made effective April 17, 1918. The reorganization 
divided the department into five main divisions, viz. : 

Central Office. — The Central Office is composed of the 
accounting force of the entire department under the 
charge of the secretary and chief clerk. 

Bridge and Ferry Division. — This division, under a 
division engineer, has the charge and care of all bridges 
used as highways which are in whole, or in part, under 



2 City Document No. 26. 

the control of the city; the care and management of the 
ferries owned by the city, including boats, slips, drops 
and buildings. 

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

Highway Division. — This division, under a division 
engineer, has the care of the construction, reconstruction 
and maintenance of roadways and sidewalks; the care of 
lamps and the lighting of streets, parks and alleys. 

Sewer and Sanitary Division. — This division, under a 
division engineer, has charge of the construction of 
sewers, catch-basins and waterways; the collection of and 
removal of ashes, garbage, refuse and street cleanings. 

Water Division. — This division, under a division 
engineer, has the care of water pipes, installation of 
meters, water services, laying and relaying of water 
mains and the high pressure service. 

Important Work Done. 

Brookline Avenue Bridge, contract for reconstruction 
having been made in 1917, is progressing as well as 
could be expected under adverse conditions and will be 
completed early in 1919. 

An appropriation by the City Council, amounting to 
$270,500, provided funds for much needed repairs on 
bridges. A number of contracts were made, but on 
account of Government restrictions on the delivery of 
material the work has been delayed. It is expected that 
all work on bridges contracted for during the year of 
1918 will be completed in 1919. The most important 
work is the rebuilding of Broadway Bridge over the 
Boston & Albany Railroad; the reconstruction of 
Harvard Bridge in conjunction with the city of Cam- 
bridge ; the widening of Norfolk Street Bridge over the 
New York, New Haven & Hartford Railroad, and the 



Public Works Department. 3 

alteration of the Northern Avenue Bridge to permit the 
operation of freight trains by the Union Freight Rail- 
road Company. 

A special appropriation of $95,000 made money avail- 
able for repairs to ferryboats, drops, piers and headhouses. 

The boiler of the ferryboat "Hugh O'Brien" has had 
to be replaced. Extensive repairs have been made to 
the ferryboat "General Sumner," which was largely 
destroyed by fire in 1917, and an increase of 60 per cent 
made in its teaming capacity. 

The finding of the Board of Gas and Electric Light 
Commissioners, under the arbitration clause of the con- 
tract between the City of Boston and the Edison Electric 
Illuminating Company of Boston, was in favor of the 
City of Boston. By this decision the contract price of 
the "running costs per lamp hour" for the different 
types of lamps was substantially reduced. Also rebate 
credits for the preceding years of the contract amounting, 
with interest, to $147,746.25 were deducted in monthly 
installments from the monthly bill of the Edison Electric 
Light Company. 

The Charlestown Gas and Electric Company adopted 
the new schedule of prices for the Edison Company and 
also made credit rebates to the amount of $7,578.49. 

The nonlighting of almost one third of the gas fights 
and a large number of arc lights, as a fuel conservation 
measure, produced a further saving in the cost of street 
lighting for the year. The saving for the year, as a 
result of the finding of the Board of Gas and Electric 
Light Commissioners and nonlighting of lamps, amounted 
to approximately $225,000. 

Chapter 120 of the Acts of 1918 authorized the City 
Council, with the approval of the Mayor, to vote for the 
repair and reconstruction of streets, including specific 
repairs by contract, one dollar on each one thousand of 
the valuation upon which the appropriations by the 
City Council are based. 

The passage of this statute made available from the 
tax levy $1,541,597.61. A committee, appointed by 
his Honor the Mayor, selected the streets upon which 
this money was to be spent and also determined the 
form of pavement. With a few exceptions the main 
arteries of travel were selected by the committee. The 
total area of the work to be done and charged to this 
appropriation is about 175,000 square yards. 



4 City Document No. 26. 

In addition to the above, an annual appropriation 
from the tax levy of $318,819.27 for street reconstruction 
was voted by the City Council. 

Uncompleted contracts from the preceding year and 
the work made possible with money appropriated during 
the year provided the Paving Service with a variety of 
construction and reconstruction work. Government 
restrictions, on account of the war, which became 
effective in September, postponed the starting of some 
of the contracts and delayed the completion of others. 
Despite this fact about 100,000 square yards of granite 
blocks on a concrete base and approximately 75,000 
square yards of smooth pavement were laid. 

An execution of court, amounting to $82,500, was 
paid to N. Ward & Co. for damages for taking of real 
estate at Spectacle Island for a garbage plant. A loan 
of $15,000 for this purpose was made in 1912, but this 
sum was not acceptable to the owners who sued and 
recovered $82,500. The deficit in the appropriation 
was made up by the City Auditor by transfers from other 
department loans. 

An increase in the revenue of the Sanitary Service for 
the year, amounting to $16,150, was obtained by 
increasing the price of tickets for the removal of commer- 
cial waste from 7 cents to 11 cents per barrel. This 
change became effective September 1. 

The use of electric car sprinklers has proved very 
satisfactory for the sprinkling of car-track streets in the 
daytime and for flushing at night. The macadam 
streets in West Roxbury are now being regularly cleaned 
with hired men and equipment. 

An aggregate of 28,767 cubic yards of dirt was removed 
from 7,628 catch-basins and 156 drop inlets during the 
year. Formerly contractors were paid by the basin and 
not on a cubic yard basis as is now the practice. Sani- 
tary sewers and surface drains to the amount of 6.9 miles 
were built during the year. 

The Legislature suspended for the year the statute 
which requires the annual equipment with water meters 
of 5 per cent of the water services of the city. 

One mile of pipe was added to the high pressure fire 
service, three miles of new water mains were laid and five 
and one quarter miles of mains relaid. 

Several pieces of property in charge of this department 
have been either sold or abandoned during the year. 
The disposal of this property in addition to furnishing 
revenue to the city saved the annual cost of maintenance. 



Public Works Department. 



The property disposed of was the main drainage yard at 
759 Massachusetts avenue (sold for $9,800), Water 
Service yard on Condor street, East Boston (sold for 
$22,500), portion of pumping station lot on Water street, 
Hyde Park (sold for $1,700). The headquarters of the 
Bridge Service on Broadway Extension, South Boston, 
were transferred to the Albany Street water yard. This 
property will be sold in the near future. 

Appropriations. 

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

First. — Maintenance appropriation, derived from the 
income of the city raised by taxation. In December, 
1917, 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 . 



Oiling Service 



Total 

Boston and Cambridge Bridges.* 



$79,125 05 

358,841 62 

388,619 50 

576,652 62 

1,115,283 17 

1,127,386 08 

766,286 96 

428,123 38 

1,100,686 12 

55, 94 1,004 50 



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 



$258,739 07 



* Paid by Bridge Service and included in that appropriation. 



6 City Document No. 26. 

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, 1918 
Loan 

Total 

Expended during the year 

Balance January 31, 1919 



$46,730 35 
600,000 00 



730 35 

484,762 78 

$161,967 57 



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 provided 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, 1918 $60,363 85 

Expended during the year 59,087 53 

Balance January 31, 1919 . . . . $1,276 32 

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, 1918 $138,047 61 

Loan 140,000 00 



Total $278,047 61 

Expended during the year * 98,347 37 



Balance January 31, 1919 . . . . $1 79,700 24 

Special Appkopriations. 

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, 1919, S820.299.76. 



Public Works Department. 7 

Expended during the year on : 

Belgrade avenue, extension, and Beech street, 

widening SI, 717 11 

Chelsea street, Charlestown, widening . . 8,373 89 

Hyde Park avenue, widening . . . . 4,121 99 

Norfolk street, Dorchester, widening . . . 79,037 46 
Charles street, from Spring street to Hamilton 

street, now called Caledonian avenue . 47 00 



Total $93,297 45 

Bridges, Repairs, Etc. (Bridge Service.) 

Appropriations from taxes $270,500 00 

Expended during the year 42,480 75 



Balance January 31, 1919 . . . . $228,019 25 

Broadway Bridge, Boston & Albany Railroad. (Bridge 

Service.) 

Balance February 1, 1918 $3,383 93 

Expended during the year 00 



Balance January 31, 1919 . . . . $3,383 93 

Broadway Bridge, Rebuilding. (Bridge Service.) 

Balance February 1,1918 $7,045 80 

Transferred to Refuse Destructor Site, Spectacle 

Island 7,045 80 



Brookline Avenue Bridge. (Bridge Service.) 

Balance February 1, 1918 $53,101 87 

Expended during the year 40,599 56 



Balance January 31, 1919 .... $12,502 31 

Chelsea Bridge South. (Bridge Service.) 

Balance February 1, 1918 $19,744 87 

Expended during the year 947 48 



Balance January 31, 1919 .... $81,797 39 



8 City Document No. 26. 

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

Appropriation $2,488 80 

Expended during the year 2,231 74 

Balance January 31, 1919 . • . $257 06 

Malden Bridge. (Bridge Service.) 

Balance February 1, 1918 . . . . . $440 46 

Revenue received from Boston Elevated Railway 
Company 19,561 64 

Total $20,002 10 

Expended during the year 20,002 10 

Meridian Street Bridge. (Bridge Service.) 

Balance February 1, 1918 . . ... $1,33098 

Transferred to other department appropriations, 1,330 98 

Spring Street Bridge. (Bridge Service.) 

Balance February 1, 1918 $1,676 16 

Revenue from town of Dedham as part of share 

of cost of construction 4,579 52 



Total $6,255 68 

Transferred to other department appropriations, 6,255 68 

Winthrop Bridge. (Bridge Service.) 

Balance February 1, 1918 . $4,466 56 

Expended during the year . . $650 00 

Transferred to other department 

appropriations .... 3,816 56 

4,466 56 



. Granolithic Sidewalks. (Paving Service.) 

Balance February 1, 1918 ...'.. $18,792 22 
Appropriation from taxes 100,000 00 



Total $118,792 22 

Expended during the year . . $36,703 13 
Transferred to other department 

appropriations .... 75,000 00 

111,703 13 



Balance January 31, 1919 .... $7,089 09 



Public Works Department. 9 

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

Balance February 1, 1918 $172,457 67 

Appropriated from taxes 1,860,416 88 



Total $2,032,874 55 

Transferred to Street Improvements . . . 491,276 94 



$1,541,597 61 
Expended during the year 497,830 14 



Balance January 31, 1919 .... $1,043,767 4/ 

Street Improvements. (Paving Service.) 

Transferred from Reconstructing and Repairing 

Streets by contract $491,276 94 

Expended during the year 465,067 13 



Balance January 31, 1919 .... $26,209 81 

Ferry Boats, Repairs, Etc. (Ferry Service.) 

Appropriations from taxes $95,000 00 

Expended during the year 67,719 33 



Balance January 31, 1919 .... $27,280 67 

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

Balance February 1, 1918 . . . . . $15,000 00 
Transferred from other appropriations . . 67,500 00 



Total $82,500 00 

Expended during the year 82,500 00 

Service Mains and Relaying Mains. (Water Service.) 

Balance February 1, 1918 $25,087 31 

Appropriated from water revenue . . . 30,000 00 



Total $55,087 31 

Expended during the year 51,599 48 



Balance January 31, 1919 .... $3,487 83 



10 



City Document No. 26. 



Strandway and Old Harbor Improvement. 
(Bridge Service.) 

Balance February 1, 1918 $359,601 56 

Expended during the year 261,313 15 



Balance January 31, 1919 



,288 41 



* The cost of sewerage works on this work is charged to the appropriation for Sewerage 
Works. Cost to January 31, 1919, $368,833.38. 



Financial Statement of the Public Works Department, Maintenance, 
February 1, 1918, to January 31, 1919. 



Divisions and Services. 


Appropria- 
tions, 
1918-19. 


Transfers 
to. 


Transfers 
from. 


Total 
Credits. 


Expenditures, 
1918-19. 


* Balances, 
January 
31, 1919. 




$79,125 05 
358,841 62 
388,619 50 
576,652 62 
1,115,283 17 
1,127,386 08 

766,286 96 

428,123 38 

1,100,686 12 






$79,125 05 
357,605 45 
396,108 10 
545,400 19 
1,115,283 17 
1,127,386 08 

766,286 96 

453,123 38 

1,100,686 12 


$73,074 04 
347,543 91 
393,783 69 
540,350 56 
1,093,630 65 
1,106,933 20 

745,638 57 

452,310 71 

1,055,842 87 


$6,051 01 




$6,252 43 
7,488 60 


$7,488 60 


10,061 54 




2,324 41 




31,252 43 


5,049 63 






21,652 52 








20,452 88 


Street Cleaning and Oiling 






20,648 39 




25,000 00 




812 67 






44,843 25 












$5,941,004 50 


$38,741 03 


$38,741 03 


$5,941,004 50 


$5,809,108 20 


$131,896 30 



* Balances transferred to City Treasurer. 



Public Works Department. 



11 



The expenditures under the several appropriations 
for the year 1918-19 were as follows: 



Divisions and Services. 


Current 
Expenses. 


Special 
Appropria- 
tions. 


Total 
Expenditures. 


Balances, 

January 31, 

1919. 




$73,074 04 
347,543 91 
393,783 69 
540,350 56 
1,093,630 65 
1,106,933 20 

745,638 57 

452,310 71 

1,055,842 87 




$73,074 04 
474,017 IS 
461,503 02 
540,350 56 
2,445,267 57 
1,189,433 20 

745,638 57 

996,161 02 

1,107,442 35 

9S.347 37 

261,313 15 






$126,473 27 
67,719 33 


$262,702 88 




27,280 67 








1,351,636 92 
82,500 00 


1,077,066 37 






Street Cleaning and Oiling 






543,850 31 
51,599 48 
98,347 37 

261,313 15 


163,243 89 




3,487 S3 




179,700 24 


Strandway and Old Harbor 




9S.288 41 










$5,809,108 20 


$2,583,439 83 


$8,392,548 03 


$1,811,770 29 







12 



City Document No. 26. 



Expenditures Under the Maintenance Appropriation of the 

From February 1, 1918, 



.Group and Item. 



Central. 



Bridge. 



Personal Service as per Schedule A: 

1 . Permanent employees 

2. Temporary employees 

3. Unassigned 

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 

12. Premium on surety bond 

13. Communication 

14. Motor vehicle repairs and care 

15. Motorless vehicle repairs 

16. Care of horses 

18. Cleaning 

19. Removal of ashes, dirt and garbage . 

20. Disposal of ashes, dirt and garbage. 

22. Medical 

23. Veterinary 

24. Blacksmith 

27. Testing materials and supplies 

28. Expert and architect 

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 clipping 

42. Repairing streets, etc 



$66,282 42 



943 80 
252 69 



180 36 



6 00 

50 52 
469 20 



27 00 



91 05 



$234,331 24 
4,998 53 
4,301 98 



143 84 

95 30 

361 63 

27 61 
164 87 



7,676 47 



362 53 



170 97 
1,476 18 



623 49 
13 80 



30 00 
1,442 57 



50 00 

15 00 

126 10 

41,965 22 



162 38 



Public Works Department. 



13 



Several Services by Items of the Segregated Budget, 
o January 31, 1919. 



Lighting. 


Paving. 


Sanitary. 


Street 
Cleaning. 


Sewer. 


Water. 


Totals. 


$6,092 62 


$702,285 54 


$463,599 59 
235 50 

18,693 77 

1,125 00 

56 90 

31 55 

23 20 

6 96 

109,779 72 


$448,130 01 


$216,517 47 


$546,909 92 

4,947 00 

22,455 71 

124 90 
695 07 
190 30 

3,357 99 
128 51 

3,296 71 

882 91 


$2,S79,181 56 
20,731 87 




9,041 13 


24,866 97 


5,775 45 

109 20 
272 83 

31 05 
820 77 

24 82 

156 98 

105 98 

3,126 73 


85,560 05 




3,098 08 


31 00 


419 77 

102 88 

743 80 

43 17 

25,431 18 


111 80 

38 10 

66 

535 85 

71,729 52 


1,985 90 
521 93 


24 95 


5,570 81 
1,053 75 




214,292 07 




105 98 




1,607 72 


3,320 53 


387 51 


20,988 74 


519,500 38 


519,500 38 


2,664 33 

9 00 

1,511 61 

5,561 63 

539 77 

246 73 

140 75 


1,020 00 

3 00 

882 54 

1,790 83 

4,294 45 

545 00 

156 40 

202,408 64 

177,660 01 

10 00 

483 88 

14 30 


4,694 75 


617 10 


1,076 90 

12 50 

1,411 41 

3,916 42 

662 64 


10,435 61 




116 74 




659 92 
5,059 69 
7,596 01 


653 84 

1,182 35 

203 41 


5,546 56 


102 71 


19,559 01 
13,323 48 




1,415 22 




110 40 


60,057 71 
77 00 


29 89 


60,541 95 




202,512 87 






905 40 




178,565 41 




30 00 
356 20 
902 51 






40 00 




272 38 
116 90 


114 25 
332 03 


197 60 


1,454 31 




2,808 31 




1,104 86 

4 50 


1,104 86 












4 50 










900 00 

172 00 
17 00 

117 95 

8,111 86 

40 25 

676 97 


1,187 50 


20 00 


646 00 
70 00 

252 10 
9,068 01 

340 85 
4,782 90 


24 00 


622 00 


887 78 

10 00 

354 96 

51,928 75 

34 25 

1,577 68 

12,008 19 


2,448 78 
152 00 




150 00 
1,290 18 


183 50 
8,229 31 

142 65 
3,552 72 


1,274 11 


13,908 56 


• 182,803 02 
558 00 




2,921 64 


13,674 29 




12,008 19 















14 



City Document No. 26. 

Expenditures Under the Maintenance Appropriation of the 



Group and Item. 


Central. 


Bridge. 


Ferry. 


C . 


Equipment: 






















$2,643 45 


$3,241 01 
















7 35 
113 80 










$65 00 




9. Office 














668 28 








574 33 


2,865 76 


























329 78 

973 08 

117 66 

3,471 34 

1,204 50 


190 25 


D. 


Supplies: 

1. Office 


1,658 88 


1,002 32 






27 35 




3. Fuel 




103,032 31 
































2 03 
466 64 


110 66 

776 46 

33 35 

1,059 65 

267 56 


923 41 












55 76 








2,878 58 


E. 


Materials: 




443 96 
















29,758 89 










8,472 78 




























236 18 
375 05 
138 37 










363 26 








106 94 


F. 


Special Items: 












5,397 18 
818 00 


8,574 43 








204 00 




12. Contracts for construction where money is 


















Totals 


$73,074 04 


$347,543 91 


$393,783 69 









Public Works Department 

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



15 



Lighting. 



Paving. 



Sanitary. 



Street 
Cleaning. 



Sewer. 



Water. 



Totals. 



$5,891 00 



2,555 07 

855 00 

950 14 

9 94 



$809 05 

800 00 

49 30 

8 68 



7,258 10 



156 59 

137 81 

4,405 88 

145 65 

9,911 48 

31,901 60 



134 75 

268 21 

2,093 73 

110 22 

2,107 98 

906 36 

202,784 48 



140 68 
10,050 48 



41,917 64 
2,140 28 



$1,093,630 65 



1,410 82 

3,500 00 

19 88 

1 07 

1,200 73 

70 18 

2,869 99 

54,066 45 



91 45 

6 00 

1,012 97 

54 00 

841 47 

333 59 



50 42 



20,029 40 



19,648 59 
9,531 57 



$1,106,933 20 



52,259 49 

1,361 89 

463 53 



5,964 90 

3,500 00 

60 53 

1,033 23 

1,088 95 

20 OS 

668 81 

55,233 05 



107 74 

66 76 

3,373 14 

125 90 
2,078 19 

28 59 
64,239 63 



8,667 21 



14,908 06 
2,442 84 



$745,638 57 



,481 28 



1,721 19 
196 67 
178 26 



1,451 04 



794 45 
1,714 40 

1,694 73 

82 21 

100,137 82 

7,083 55 

11 01 



224 52 
1,420 21 

339 80 
3,465 46 

1,680 14 



4,872 87 



416 41 
726 59 



15,784 24 
1,618 86 



$452,310 71 



$1,924 91 

7,697 79 

65 00 

82 15 

72 70 

166 67 



22,759 61 

700 00 

336 03 

369 55 

6.479 83 
32 65 

8.480 55 
11,640 32 



63 97 

149 40 

6,456 10 

29 30 
5,599 27 

131 22 



204,657 58 



787 80 
2,567 01 

14,274 16 

33,823 63 

1,649 42 

66,638 90 



$12,372 28 

1,924 91 

21,039 43 

3,278 56 

1,730 73 

270 12 

166 67 

668 28 

42,284 56 

7,700 00 

1,367 48 

3,776 09 

18,638 16 

495 78 

228,572 30 

161,129 47 

11 01 

397 91 

1,750 99 

15,663 45 

748 33 

18,030 60 

3,791 42 

267,024 11 

29,758 89 

8,472 78 

4,872 87 

204,657 58 

286 60 

2,083 20 

42,286 00 

14,274 16 

140,413 77 

18,404 97 

66,638 90 



$1,055,842 87 



55,809,108 20 



16 



City Document No. 26. 



Expenditures Under the Maintenance Appropriation of 

From February 1, 1918, 



Group and Item. 


Central. 


Bridge. 


Ferry. 




$9,000 00 








$3,750 00 


$1,250 00 


Engineers in charge 








2,991 56 
47,337 05 






Clerks 


2,807 64 


663 34 


Chief engineer (civil) 












7,653 27 
4,327 17 




















1,212 92 
3,357 50 










Foremen 










3,831 74 
































1,224 00 






1,062 12 






700 53 
1,092 00 






3,479 00 
14,762 30 


525 00 




4,699 25 


















1,695 20 










1,795 04 


Constable 






























19,825 19 






160,301 03 




Deckhands 




22,563 24 








16,794 51 






1,407 60 


1,416 80 






















16,921 41 











Public Works Department. 



17 



the Several Services by Items of the Segregated Budget, 
to January 31, 1919. 



Lighting. 


Paving. 


Sanitary. 


Street 
Cleaning. 


Sewer. 


Water. 


Totals. 














$9,000 00 


$1,250 00 


$3,750 00 
700 00 


$1,250 00 


$1,250 50 


$1,027 77 
1,745 12 


$5,000 00 
3,500 00 


18,527 77 
5,945 12 








2,991 56 


1,560 80 


13,744 59 

944 85 

1,200 00 

5,358 06 

649 37 


555 96 


390 22 


2,665 78 


54,601 20 
2,058 96 
1,200 00 

11,299 57 
2,838 75 


124,326 58 
3,003 81 








1,200 00 
4,418 31 
2,821 80 
1,660 64 
345 50 
19,041 22 
5,143 75 
5,191 06 
1,461 14 


3,600 00 








28,729 21 








10,637 09 








1,660 64 




2,666 53 
33,806 37 
20,869 16 
39,750 11 






1,288 41 

44,408 17 

22,465 18 

977 25 


5,513 36 




55,719 26 
12,565 28 


47,296 55 
17,950 40 


203,629 07 




78,993 77 




49,750 16 








1,461 14 










696 00 
3,765 95 


696 00 




6,952 55 


12,055 86 




1,926 00 


24,700 36 






1,224 00 














1,062 12 




528 85 

4,366 50 

20,516 50 

623 35 

211 83 










1,229 38 


1,092 00 


2,340 13 


2,607 00 


2,838 00 
4,158 00 


10,997 91 
8,103 00 


29,337 54 
52,239 05 






1,261 80 


1,885 15 










211 83 












1,695 20 




1,495 52 
1,461 14 










3,290 56 












1,461 14 








7,807 87 
684 59 




7,807 87 












684 59 












19,825 19 














160,301 03 














22,563 24 




14,640 69 






7,287 59 
1,426 00 
1,941 00 
9,616 19 


1,456 00 

1,435 20 

14,072 06 

2,388 00 


40,178 79 








5,685 66 










16,013 06 




7,073 75 






19,077 94 








16,921 41 















18 



City Document No. 26. 



Expenditures Under the Maintenance Appropriation of the 



Group and Item. 


Central. 


Bridge. 


Ferry. 








$2,493 40 






















$936 00 


168 00 






4,097 14 








3,883 50 






8,471 67 


12,687 70 












1,248 00 


1,164 00 




























83 33 


83 33 






46,875 60 






























3,551 00 


2,508 63 






1,128 00 
















13,827 38 








1,248 00 








1,195 62 




























$2,499 96 
966 12 


4,814 28 




































1,062 12 






3,940 50 




Tankmen (see laborers). 
Teamsters (see laborers) . 












14,932 55 






3,334 17 











Public Works Department. 

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



19 



Lighting. 


Paving. 


Sanitary. 


Street 
Cleaning. 


Sewer. 


Water. 


Totals. 








$1,795 04 




$4,794 20 


$9,082 64 






$6,028 27 

6,081 62 

936 00 




6,028 27 












6,081 62 












2,040 00 












4,097 14 














3,883 50 




$357,779 29 


290,612 61 


337,962 52 


$52,554 41 


177,277 90 


1,237,346 10 


$1,160 34 


1,160 34 








4,819 00 


25,614 74 

26,086 23 

10,803 00 

2,245 28 

166 66 


32,845 74 










26,086 23 












10,803 00 










14,685 70 

166 66 

19,975 92 


16,930 98 




500 00 


374 98 


499 98 


1,874 94 




66,851 52 










1,191 67 
3,110 00 

32,285 44 


1,191 67 




89,075 48 








92,185 48 










32,285 44 




2,076 00 


9,628 64 




1,192 00 


18,956 27 








1,128 00 












39,745 43 


39,745 43 












13,827 38 














1,248 00 














1,195 62 












2,130 00 


2,130 00 










5,718 00 
6,682 00 


5,718 00 












6.6S2 00 




2,393 56 

2,454 51 

16,280 00 


1,745 12 


1,745 12 




13,198 04 


1,029 48 






4,450 11 








1,023 75 
1,196 52 
2,493 40 




17,303 75 








2,293 86 
4,717 31 
1,201 50 
4,983 00 

836 00 


3,490 38 










7,210 71 






1,160 34 
35,427 75 




3,423 96 




25,409 69 


34,371 38 


3,987 50 


108,119 82 




836 00 












14,932* 55 




2,795 76 






743 28 


3,253 21 


10,126 42 











20 



City Document No. 26. 

Expenditures Under the Maintenance Appropriation of the 



Group and Item. 


Central. 


Bridge. 


Ferry. 












































































$56,282 42 


$234,331 24 


$195,032 75 










4,998 53 
4,301 98 


10,550 84 






425 04 








Totals 


$66,282 42 


$243,631 75 


$206,008 63 







Public Works Department. 

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



21 



Lighting. 


Paving. 


Sanitary. 


Street 
Cleaning. 


Sewer. 


Water. 


Totals. 




$500 00 
12,804 75 


$1,000 00 
7,000 00 
3,628 04 
3,411 48 
3,012 50 
9,065 75 


$1,000 00 


$250 00 
13,996 50 


$250 00 
1,872 00 


$3,000 00 




35,673 25 




3,628 04 




975 7S 








4,387 26 










3,012 50 












9,065 75 










2,577 38 
6,923 50 


2,577 38 




7,931 00 






2,625 50 


17,480 00 










$6,092 62 


$702,285 54 


$463,599 59 

235 50 

11,121 79 

7,571 9S 


$448,130 01 


$216,517 47 


$546,909 92 

4,947 00 

15,956 14 

6,499 57 


$2,879,181 56 
20,731 87 




4,041 13 
5,000 00 


13,565 42 
11,301 55 


4,407 18 
1,368 27 


53,818 68 




31,741 37 






$6,092 62 


$711,326 67 


$482,528 86 


$472,996 98 


$222,292 92 


$574,312 63 


$2,985,473 48 



22 



City Document No. 26. 



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Public Works Department. 



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Revenue. 

Collected by City Collector on Account of the Public Works 
Department (Maintenance Account) and Credited 
to General Revenue, as per City Auditor. 
Bridge Service: 

Town of Milton for its share of 
cost of maintaining Granite 
Avenue Bridge .... $105 50 

Mileage books and car tickets 

redeemed 19 53 

Labor and material . . . 53 16 

Sale of old material ... 7 57 





$185 76 


Charlestown Bridge: 




Rents 


1,531 48 


Maiden Bridge, from Boston Ele- 




vated Railway Company: 




Share of cost of construction 


19,561 64 


Spring Street Bridge, from town of 




Dedham : 




On account of cost of construction, 


4,579 52 




'P^O,000 'iU 


Ferry Service : 




Tolls 


$86,946 68 


Headhouse privileges 


400 00 


Rent 


533 83 


Sale of old material 


209 85 


Commissions on telephone sta- 




tions 


103 89 


Cleaning telephone booths . 


48 00 


Free use of ferries, July 4 


1 00 


Sale of oil barrels .... 


80 65 

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Lighting Service : 

Lighting Boston and Cambridge 
Bridges 

Paving Service : 
Inspectors' services 
Labor and materials furnished, 

etc 

From assessments on abutters for 

cost of laying sidewalks in front 

of their premises, including 

material for the same 
Permits 

Carried forward .... 



J,261 64 



$6,304 


19 


5,041 


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28,099 83 
10,630 46 



2,261 64 



$50,075 65 $160,443 94 



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City Document No. 26. 



Brought forward 


$50,075 65 


$116,443 94 


Sale of old material 


1,950 98 






Sale of crusher, Codman street 


600 00 






Rents 


150 00 






Removing dead horse . 


3 00 






Labor and materials, chapter 28, 








section 9, Revised Ordinances 








of 1914 


1,892 02 






Use of roller 


22 50 






Use of sweeper .... 


22 00 










54,716 


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Sanitary Service : 








For collection of commercial 








waste 


$72,140 77 






Sale of manure .... 


567 47 






Sale of old scows .... 


50 00 






Removal of dead horses 


21 00 






Injury to horse .... 


50 00 






Refund of amount drawn to pay 








annuity 


25 00 






Damage to cart .... 


1 00 










72,855 


24 






Street Cleaning and Oiling Service : 








Removing dirt .... 


$1,335 25 






Rent 


550 00 






Use of trucks 


96 42 






Labor and materials 


44 49 






Rebate on automobile registration, 


5 00 






Sale of boiler 


500 00 






Removal of dead horses 


9 00 










2,540 


16 


Sewer Service : 




Pumping sewage, amount re- 








ceived from Commonwealth . 


$5,869 36 






Entrance fees 


1,865 76 






Labor and materials furnished, 








etc. ..:... 


287 24 






Sale of materials .... 


209 44 






From assessments on sundry 








persons for their proportion of 








the cost of sewers built by the 








city 


41 10 






Freeing drain 


15 00 






Rent 


10 00 






License to construct building 


. 350 00 










8,647 


90 






Assessments under chapter 450, 








Acts of 1899 .... 


$47,341 39 







Carried forward 



$47,341 39 $252,203 39 



Public Works Department. 



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Brought forward 
Interest on ditto .... 

Separate Systems of Drainage: 

Assessments 

Interest on ditto .... 

Water Service : 

Water rates due for the year 1918 

and prior H 

For the year 1919 .... 

Service pipes for new water 
takers, extending, repairing, 
etc. 

Labor, etc. 

Elevator and fire pipe connec 
tions 

Sale of materials . 

Fees on overdue rates 

Shutting off and letting on water 

Sale of horse . 

Interest on deposits 

Sale of merchandise 

Extension of main pipes 

Testing meter 

Sale of gasolene 

Removal of .dead horses 

Board of horses 



$47,341 39 $255,203 39 
10,656 62 
57,998 01 



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2,147 85 



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50,979 71 



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11,389 


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13,021 


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9,586 


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4,688 


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434 


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835 


84 


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85 


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623 49 



17,125 03 



2,998,922 73 



50,529 81 



1,379,778 97 



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The following table shows the snowfall and rainfall 
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2.87 
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1.67 
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2.86 
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4.51 
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Public Works Department. 57 

Public streets laid out or discontinued by the Street 
Commissioners during the year show pavements de- 
creased 0.02 mile but increased 19,147 square yards. 

The abolition of the grade crossing of the New York, 
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First street, shows pavements decreased 0.06 mile or 
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The building of Maiden Bridge — relocation of 
Alford street — shows pavements increased 243 square 
yards. 

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sion for the Dorchester Tunnel show pavements de- 
creased 0.03 mile or increased 831 square yards. 

The relocation of roadways in Commonwealth avenue 
from Massachusetts avenue to Charlesgate West by 
the Park and Recreation Department shows pavements 
increased 2,470 square yards. 

The widening of the roadway in Charles street in 
front of the Public Garden shows pavements increased 
1,285 square yards. 

The widening of the roadway in Brookline avenue at 
Audubon road shows pavements increased 595 square 
yards. 

Corrections to previous measurements on account of 
revisions and other causes show pavements increased 
0.06 mile or 6,074 square yards. 

Total net decrease 0.05 mile or increase 29,712 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 1904 500.39 

1871 201.32 1888 392.72 1905 502.20 

1872 207.40 1889 397.84 1906 502.80 

1873 209.24 1890 404.60 1907 510.04 

1874 313.90 1891 409.60 1908 511.60 

1875 318.58 1892 434.59 1909 514.28 

1876 327.50 1893 443.34 1910 518.63 

1877 333.20 1894 447.65 1911 521.21 

1878 340.39 1895 452.12 1912 561.36 

1879 345.19 1896 456.11 1913 567.51 

1880 350.54 1897 459.12 1914 572.85 

1881 355.50 1898 471.19 1915 584.55 

1882 359.85 1899 479.47 1916 593.62 

1883 367.99 1900 489.55 1917 596.19 

1884 374.10 1901 491.85 1918 601.12 

1885 379.60 1902 496.90 1919 601.07 

1886 383.55 1903 499.85 



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Public Works Department. 59 

The following changes in pavement were made during 
the year: 

0.00 mile or 670 square yards asphalt changed to granite block. 
0.04 mile or 162 square yards asphalt changed to concrete. 
0.00 mile or 29 square yards asphalt changed to bitulithic. 
0.01 mile or 388 square yards granite changed to asphalt. 
0.00 mile or 44 square yards granite block changed to wood block. 
0.04 mile or 888 square yards granite block changed to brick. 
0.00 mile or 3 square yards granite block changed to bitulithic. 
0.02 mile or 72 square yards granite block changed to Topeka. 
0.00 mile or 27 square yards cobble changed to granite block. 
0.00 mile or 8 square yards wood block changed to asphalt. 
0.04 mile or 548 square yards wood block changed to granite block. 
0.00 mile or 17 square yards wood block changed to brick. 
0.05 mile or 1,145 square yards plank on bridges changed to granite 
block. 
0.05 mile or 800 square yards plank on bridges changed to wood block. 
0.00 mile or 85 square yards brick changed to granite block. 
0.04 mile or 70 square yards brick changed to concrete. 
0.32 mile or 5,097 square yards bitulithic changed to asphalt. 
0.00 mile or 10 square yards bitulithic changed to granite block. 
0.00 mile or 42 square yards bitulithic changed to wood block. 
0.02 mile or 120 square yards bitulithic changed to macadam. 
1.36 miles or 41,890 square yards macadam changed to asphalt. 

1.60 miles or 51,446 square yards macadam changed to granite block. 
0.02 mile or 119 square yards macadam changed to wood block. 

1.61 miles or 31,319 square yards macadam changed to bitulithic. 
0.61 mile or 14,501 square yards macadam changed to Topeka. 
0.06 mile or 959 square yards macadam changed to filbertine. 
0.36 mile or 8,754 square yards gravel changed to asphalt. 

0.07 mile or 1,892 square yards gravel changed to granite block. 
0.05 mile or 645 square yards gravel changed to bitulithic. 
0.19 mile or 2,599 square yards gravel changed to Topeka. 
1.66 miles or 28,599 square yards gravel changed to macadam. 
0.03 mile or 459 square yards not graded changed to asphalt. 
0.00 mile or 812 square yards not graded changed to granite block. 
0.04 mile or 8,159 square yards not graded changed to bitulithic. 
0.00 mile or 289 square yards not graded changed to Topeka. 
0.34 mile or 7,177 square yards not graded changed to macadam. 
0.28 mile or 11,672 square yards not graded changed to gravel. 

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

Asphalt decreased 0.00 mile or 16 square yards. 
Granite block decreased 0.08 mile or 637 square yards. 
Plank on bridges increased 0.00 mile or 154 square yards. 
Macadam decreased 0.09 or 914 square yards. 
Gravel increased 0.11 mile or 1,030 square yards. 
Not graded increased 0.04 mile or 19,530 square yards. 

The abolition of the grade crossing of the New York, 
New Haven & Hartford Railroad at West First street, 
by abandoning for highway purposes a portion of West 
First street, shows: 

Granite block decreased 0.06 mile or 1,033 square yards. 



60 City Document No. 26. 

The building of Maiden Bridge — relocation of 
Alf ord street — shows : 

Granite block increased 0.00 mile or 343 square yards. 

Street changes made by the Boston Transit Commis- 
sion for Dorchester Tunnel show: 

Granite block decreased 0.01 mile or increased 831 square yards. 
Macadam decreased 0.02 mile. 

The relocation of roadways in Commonwealth avenue, 
from Massachusetts avenue to Charlesgate West, by the 
Park and Recreation Department shows: 

Granite block increased 0.00 mile or 1,144 square yards. 
Bitulithic increased 0.00 mile or 1,326 square yards. 

The widening of the roadway in Charles street in 
front of the Public Garden shows: 

Granite block increased 0.00 mile or 1,285 square yards. 

The widening of the roadway in Brookline avenue at 
Audubon road shows: 

Macadam increased 0.00 mile or 595 square yards. 

Corrections on account of revision and other causes 
show : 

Asphalt decreased 0.02 mile or SO square yards. 
Granite block increased 0.03 mile or 3,787 square yards. 
Wood block decreased 0.00 mile or 38 square yards. 
Plank on bridges decreased 0.00 mile or 42 square yards. 
Brick decreased 0.00 mile or 138 square yards. 
Bitulithic decreased 0.02 mile or 106 square yards. 
Endurite increased 0.00 mile or 350 square yards. 
Macadam increased 0.28 mile or 6,925 square yards. 
Gravel decreased 0.21 mile or 3,885 square yards. 
Not graded decreased 0.00 mile or 699 square yards. 

List of Personal Property on Hand January 31, 1919, and 
Estimated Value of Same, Allowing for Depreciation. 

Central Office. 

1 automobile . . . . ' . . . . SI, 700 00 

2 robes 20 00 

Office supplies 500 00 

$2,220 00 



Public Works Department. 



61 



Bridge Service. 

3 horses 

4 wagons 

4 buggies 
3 harnesses 

5 blankets 
5 robes 

2 automobiles 

3 auto trucks 
Supplies, tools and machinery 



$750 00 

180 00 

140 00 

30 00 

5 00 

15 00 

1,300 00 

1,600 00 

12,000 00 











$16,020 00 


Ferry Service. 


7 ferryboats $184,668 00 


Supplies, tools and machinery 17,042 00 


$201,710 00 


Lighting Service. 


9,716 lamp-posts ... . $97,160 00 


300 lamp brackets . 








300 00 


2 automobiles . . . 








400 00 


1 robe .... 








10 00 


1 typewriter 








50 00 




$97,920 00 


Paving Service. 


1 large concrete mixer . $3,000 00 


5 small concrete mixers 








2,000 00 


2 bituminous mixers . 








6,600 00 


227 harnesses . 








2,270 00 


6 automobiles 








1,700 00 


240 blankets . . . 








240 00 


21 buggies 








315 00 


13 pungs . * . 








260 00 


7 sleighs 








70 00 


13 jiggers 








520 00 


17 wagons 








680 00 


11 street watering carts 








1,650 00 


7 road scrapers . 








2,450 00 


84 dump carts, 66 single, 1£ 


1 double 






7,560 00 


103 horses 








25,750 00 


13 snow levels 








390 00 


6 section rollers . 








300 00 



Carried forward 



$55,755 00 



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City Document No. 26. 



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9 steam rollers 












13,500 00 


30 desks 












300 00 


1,123 picks 












561 00 


1,961 shovels 












980 00 


7 scarifiers . 












2,450 00 


Supplies, tools, machinery, surveying instru- 


ments, engineers' supplies, etc 75,000 00 


$148,546 00 


Sanitary Service. 


2 automobiles $300 00 


3 auto trucks . 












500 00 


287 horse blankets 












287 00 


18 buggies 












450 00 


215 carts 














21,500 00 


303 shovels 














151 00 


178 harnesses 














3,560 00 


164 horses . 














41,000 00 


94 wagons 














9,400 00 


17 desks . 














170 00 


9 sleighs . 














90 00 


70 pungs and sleighs 












1,400 00 


Supplies, tools, machinery, etc 










40,000 00 


$118,808 00 


Street Cleaning and Oiling Service. 


8 automobiles and 3 trucks 


$1,700 00 


133 carts 








13,300 00 


16 buggies 










320 00 


30 street watering carts 










3,000 00 


10 wagons 










800 00 


229 harnesses . 










4,580 00 


170 horses .... 










42,500 00 


43 street sweeping machines 










6,450 00 


12 flushing machines . 










4,800 00 


136 push carts 










1,360 00 


1,418 street-sweeping brooms . 










1,418 00 


673 shovels 










336 00 


643 picks ... 










321 00 


15 snow plows and 8 road machines 




3,450 00 


Supplies, tools, machines, etc. 




20,000 00 
















$104,335 00 



Public Works Department. 



63 



Sewer Service. 
505 picks 

7 automobiles 
27 horses . 
25 wagons 

8 buggies 
17 carts 
53 harnesses 
50 blankets 
10 sleighs . 

417 shovels 
64 pails 

Derricks, centrifugal pumps, dynamo, boilers, 
engineers' tools, machinery, instruments and 
supplies, etc 385,000 



$252 00 


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6,750 


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1,250 


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160 


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1,360 


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530 00 


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208 00 


32 00 



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City Document No. 26. 



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 

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Number of men discharged .... 
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 
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now 3,090 persons eligible for employment in the several 
divisions and of that number 2,914 were upon the 
January, 1919, pay rolls. 

* Forty-three of these men were on the eligible list February 1, 1918. 



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1 












1 






1 

13 
1 
1 














1 






21 


14 
3 

4 
3 
8 
6 


5 




4 




12 


69 






4 
















5 
















3 




















8 






9 
767 


3 


7 








6 


31 














Totals 


50 


353 


533 


473 


178 


217 


4 


514 


3,089 







80 



City Document No. 26. 



Comparative Table Showing the Number of Employees Actually 
Employed February 1, 1918, and February 1, 1919. 



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189 


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45 


201 


179 


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456 


525 


322 


459 


486 



February 1, 1918 
February 1, 1919 

February 1, 1918 
February 1, 1919 



481 
477 



3,121 
2,914 



Total Eligible Force. 



53 


233 


189 


4 


791 


517 


447 


479 


548 


50 


217 


178 


4 


767 


533 


353 


473 


514 



3,261 
3,089 



Table of Employees Showing Appoini?nents, Transfers, Resignations, Retirements, Deaths, Etc., 

During the Year. 





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189 




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4 
16 
15 






4 


4 




1 
1 


2 




1 




5 


4 


Lighting 

Paving 


8 














4 


4 










29 


13 


3 




19 


2 


25 


791 


767 


57 


3 


3 


4 


22 


6 




3 


19 


9 




517 


Sanitary 

Street Cleaning 


533 


17 






58 


14 


2 




3 


21 


35 




479 


473 


10 


1 


1 


57 


17 


4 




3 


64 


12 


47 


447 


Sewer 


353 


25 


1 


1 


16 


19 


9 




3 


10 


17 


5 


548 


Water 


514 


7 


3 




19 


109 


34 


5 


14 


151 


101 


94 


3,261 


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3,089 


151 


9 


5 


171 



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



Respectfully submitted, 

T. F. Sullivan, 

Commissioner of Public Works. 



EMPLOYEES WHO SERVED IN THE MILITARY OR NAVAL SERVICE OF THE 
UNITED STATES DURING THE WORLD WAR. 



John J. Ahem. 
William Ambrose. 
James F. Anderson. 
Joshua Atwood. 
Frank X. Barrett. 
John F. Barrett. 
William F. Baxter. 
John M. Bean. 
James A. Bell. 
Samuel I. Blum. 
Christopher A. Bowman. 
William J. Bragan. 
Edward J. Brearton, M. D. 
Albert H. Brown. 
Joseph H. Buckley. 
Daniel F. Callahan. 
David Callahan. 
Charles F. Campbell. 
Thomas Canfield. 
Lawrence W. Carr. 
Melvin G. Carr. 
Jeremiah P. Casey. 
Philip A. Chapman. 
James F. Cheever. 
George C. Coleman. 
Coleman Conley. 
James J. Connors. 
John Connor. 
William E. Connors. 
Leo Costello. 
Peter Costello. 
William A. Coughlin. 
Thomas W. Crane. 
Charles F. Crocker. 
John H. Cullen. 
Benedict A. Daly. 
John J. Daly. 
John J. Denning. 
Joseph D. Pasquale. 
Philip T. Desmond. 
Joseph P. Dever. 
James J. Devlin. 
James F. Diggin. 
Michael Doherty. 
William G. Doherty. 
John J. Donlon. 
William F. Donnelly. 
Thomas F. Donovan. 
Matthew H. Doyle. 
Roswell H. Ellsworth. 



Victor J. Enright. 
John T. Everett.* 
Henry Ferguson. 
James J. Fitzgerald. 
Wayland Fleming. 
Charles D. Forster. 
Charles A. Gallagher. 
Frank J. Gately. 
Arthur L. Gavin. 
Jacob Gediman. 
John F. Gilmore. 
Patricia Gleason. 
Edmund L. Godvin. 
John P. Gorman. 
Thomas J. Griffin. 
James J. Hart. 
Edward A. Hoey. 
Joseph P. Hutchinson. 
Peter J. Ippolito. 
Silas C. Jaquith. 
Joseph A. Keenan. 
Matthew L. Kelley. 
Patrick L. Kelly. 
John V. Kenney. 
William H. Killion. 
Albert J. Lally. 
Patrick G. Lawlor. 
John L. Leverone. 
John J. McCabe. 
Dennis McCarthy. 
James E. McCarthy. 
John L. McGrath. 
Henry J. McKenney. 
John H. McManus. 
James A. McNutt. 
Arthur A. Madden. 
Albert I. Maguire. 
John A. Mahoney. 
John F. Mahoney. 
Francis H. Maloney, Jr. 
John F. Meehan. 
Edmond J. Miles. 
Stephen J. Mills. 
Charles H. Molloy. 
Michael J. Morrison. 
William T. Morrissey. 
John F. Mullen. 
Edward E. Murphy. 
Henry C. Murphy. 



Jeremiah Murphy. 
John P. Murray. 
Frank J. Nagle. 
John A. Nagle. 
Charles H. Nelson. 
John H. Nolan. 
John A. Noonan. 
Bernard H. Norton. 
John J. O'Brien. 
Michael J. O'Brien. 
Timothy J. O'Connor. 
Luke A. O'Donnell. 
Thomas A. O'Hare. 
William E. Osborne. 
Martin J. Padden. 
Samuel J. Pattison. 
William L. Peterson. 
Henry J. Phinn. 
Clifford A. Pierce. 
Adolph J. Post. 
William F. Reagan. 
James B. Reilly. 
Timothy P. Riordan. 
Edward O. Risem. 
Robert D. Roche. 
James L. Rock. 
William T. Rouse. 
Leo A. Rull. 
William E. Ryan. 
Albert J. Sexton. 
Moses Shaller. 
Timothy F. Shea. 
Timothy Sheehan. 
Otis A. B. Skinner. 
William F. Sinclair. 
Patrick J. Splaine. 
William J. Stewart. 
Charles Sternberg. 
Daniel M. Sullivan. 
Eugene F. Sullivan. 
Timothy L. Sullivan. 
Edward J. Supple. 
William C. Sweeney. 
Dennis L. Terry. 
George F. Ware. 
Walter T. Wiley. 
George E. Willard. 
William J. Woods. 
Ernest L. Yocum. 



* John T. Everett made the supreme sacrifice. 



PART II. 

APPENDICES 



82 



City Document No. 26. 



APPENDIX A. 



Central Office. 

Appropriation $79,125 05 

Expenditures from February 1, 1918, to January 
31, 1919 73,074 04 

Unexpended balance transferred to city 
treasury . . . . ■ . . . $6,051 01 

Expenditures. 

Salary, commissioner $9,000 00 

Salaries of clerks, stenographers, supervisor of 

contracts, etc 56,190 42 

Automobile expense: 
Wages of chauffeurs . . . $1,092 00 
New Hudson touring car . . 1,975 00 

Gasolene 376 44 

Storage 228 50 

Repairs 244 76 

Tires and tubes, new and repairs, 529 39 

Supplies .... . 107 86 

Batteries 53 78 

Robes 37 76 

Oil, grease, etc 25 80 

Registration 20 00 



Printing 

Stationery 

Books, papers, magazines, etc. 

Postage " . 

Telephone tolls and rentals .... 

Travel expense, car fares, etc. 

Inspection and repairs to typewriters and adding 

machine 

Premium on surety bond .... 
Justice of the peace papers .... 
Soap 



4,691 29 

1,668 50 

774 97 

159 21 

252 69 

50 52 

180 36 

91 05 

6 00 

7 00. 
2 03 



,074 04 



Public Works Department. 83 



APPENDIX B. 



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



Boston, February 1, 1919. 

Mr. Thomas F. Sullivan, 

Commissioner of Public Works: 

Dear Sir, — I respectfully submit the following report 
of the income, expenditures and operation of the Bridge 
and Ferry Division for the year ending January 31, 
1919. The expenditures of the division in the regular 
maintenance appropriations of the department were 
$741,327.60. In addition to the regular maintenance 
work the division supervised the expenditure of $194,- 
192.60 under a number of special appropriations, 
making the total expenditures for the year credited to 
the Bridge and Ferry Division, $935,520.20. 

Bridge Service. 

Construction work has been delayed by the difficulty 
of obtaining materials and labor owing to war conditions 
and much of the work under contract could not be started 
or if started could not be finished in the year 1918-19. 
Descriptions of the more important construction jobs 
are given in the accompanying statement. 

Belgrade Avenue Bridge (formerly Beech Street Bridge) 
(over New York, New Haven & Hartford Railroad). — A 
contract for rebuilding this bridge, under an order of the 
Public Service Commission, was awarded to the West 
Roxbury Trap Rock Company, but owing to war condi- 
tions work could not be started. The work will be done 
during the coming year. 

Broadway Bridge (over the Boston & Albany Railroad). 
— On February 5, 1918, after inspection of this bridge 
by the engineers of the Public Service Commission, 
Boston & Albany Railroad, Boston Elevated Railway 
Company and the City of Boston, it was decided and 



84 City Document No. 26. 

ordered by the Public Service Commission to shut off 
all travel over this bridge on account of the unsafe 
condition of the floor system. Plans and specifications 
were prepared and on May 9, 1918, a contract was 
awarded to the Boston Bridge Works for the rebuilding 
of the floor system, deck, railings, etc. Owing to the 
inability of the contractor to procure material for the 
work, the field construction has not yet commenced. 

Franklin Street Subway (under the Boston & Albany 
Railroad). — The City of Boston paid $3,863.10, in- 
cluding interest, toward the cost of the Franklin Street 
Subway, under a decree of the Supreme Court. The 
decree provides that the City of Boston shall maintain 
the structure. 

Harrison Avenue Bridge (over the Boston & Albany 
Railroad).— The City of Boston paid $2,389.33, includ- 
ing interest, toward the cost of the Harrison Avenue 
Bridge, under a decree of the Supreme Court, which also 
provided that the city shall maintain the wearing 
surface of the bridge, except for such obligations as fall 
on the West End Street Railway Company 

Norfolk Street Bridge (over the Midland Division, New 
York, New Haven & Hartford Railroad) . — The Public 
Service Commission has ordered the bridge widened and 
moved to correspond with the widening of Norfolk 
street and a contract was awarded to Daddario & Booth 
for the necessary alterations of the pedestal stones and 
for constructing a retaining wall on Norfolk street. 
Owing to war conditions work could not be started but 
will be done in the spring. 

Northern Avenue Bridge (over Fort Point Channel). — 
A contract for repairs to span 1 was awarded to the 
Boston Structural Steel Company, but owing to the 
difficulty in obtaining the necessary material work will 
not be started until the coming year. 

Winthrop Bridge. — Final settlement of the cost of 
Winthrop Bridge with the town of Winthrop has not 
yet been made as an outstanding claim has just been 
settled but the cost will probably be adjusted in the 
near future. 

Apportionment of Cost of Bridges between Boston and 
Chelsea. — The Supreme Court of the United States 
decided in favor of the City of Boston on the appeal by 
the city of Chelsea on the decree of the Supreme Court 
of Massachusetts, but payments have not all been made 
as in order to obtain the necessary money the city of 



Public Works Department. 85 

Chelsea has had to apply to the Legislature. The 
decree of the Supreme Judicial Court of Massachusetts 
is as follows: 

This case came on to be heard at this sitting after rescript, 
and after a decree as to respondents, the West End Street Rail- 
way Company, the Boston Elevated Railway Company, lessee, 
and the Bay State Street Railway Company, entered on the 
twenty-ninth day of June, 1915, and it appearing that the 
West End Street Railway Company has complied with said 
decree by the payment to the petitioner of the extra cost 
required to adapt to each other the railway of said West End 
Street Railway Company and the Meridian Street Bridge, 
which is 7.6 per cent of $175,000, the total cost thereof, to wit, 
the sum of $13,300; and that the Bay State Street Railway 
Company has complied with said decree by the payment to the 
petitioner of the extra cost required to adapt to each other the 
railway of said Bay State Street Railway Company and Chelsea 
Bridge North, so-called, which is 6.7 per cent of $425,000, the 
total cost thereof, to wit, the sum of $28,475, and the extra 
cost required to adapt to each other said railway and the 
temporary bridge of Chelsea Bridge South, so-called, which is 
15.2 per cent of $75,000, the total cost thereof, to wit, the sum 
of $11,400, making the total amount paid by said Bay State 
Street Railway Company $39,875; said decree further pro- 
viding that when the work on the permanent Chelsea Bridge 
South, so-called, shall be completed, the Bay State Street 
Railway Company shall pay to the petitioner the extra cost 
required to adapt to each other the railway of said Bay State 
Street Railway Company and said Chelsea Bridge South, so- 
called, which is 5.75 per cent of $403,015, the estimated cost 
thereof, to wit, the sum of $23,173.36; and that the difference 
between the sums so paid by said West End Street Railway 
Company and said Bay State Street Railway Company, 
respectively, and the amounts which said Street Railway 
Companies would have been required to pay according to the 
report of the Commissioners heretofore filed in this cause 
should be assumed and borne by the City of Boston; it is 
ordered, adjudged and decreed: 

1. That the City of Chelsea forthwith pay to the City of 
Boston 17.5 per cent of $425,000, the total cost of the work 
upon Chelsea Bridge North, so-called, to "wit, the sum of 
$74,375. 

2. That the City of Revere forthwith pay to the City of 
Boston 5 per cent of $425,000, the total cost of the work upon 
Chelsea Bridge North, so-called, to wit, the sum of $21,250. 

3. That the City of Chelsea forthwith pay to the City of 
Boston 17.5 per cent of two-thirds of the cost of the temporary 
bridge of Chelsea Bridge South, so-called, namely, 17.5 per cent 
of $50,000, to wit, the sum of $8,750. 

4. That the City of Revere forthwith pay to the City of 



86 City Document No. 26. 

Boston 5 per cent of two-thirds of the cost of the temporary 
bridge of Chelsea Bridge South, so-called, namely, 5 per cent 
of $50,000, to wit, the sum of $2,500. 

5. That the cost of maintenance of said Chelsea Bridge shall 
be apportioned as follows : 60 per cent upon the City of Boston, 
5 per cent upon the City of Revere, and 35 per cent upon the 
City of Chelsea. Excepting, however, the maintenance of the 
draw of the Chelsea Bridge South. 

6. That the City of Chelsea forthwith pay to the City of 
Boston 20 per cent of $175,000, the total cost of the Meridian 
Street Bridge, to wit, the sum of $35,000. 

7. That the cost of maintenance of Meridian Street Bridge 
between East Boston and Chelsea shall be apportioned as 
follows: — 65 per cent upon the City of Boston, and 35 per 
cent upon the City of Chelsea. 

8. That the difference between the cost of all of said work 
and the amounts thereof required to be paid by said respondents 
for said work shall be assumed and borne by the City of Boston. 

9. That the report of the Commissioners, as modified by 
this decree, is hereby affirmed. 





By the Court, 

John F. 


Cronin, 


August 6, 1915. 

A true copy, 
Attest: 
December 21, 1918. 

(Seal.) 


John F. Cronin, Clerk. 


Clerk 



Ferry Service. 

A contract for installing a new boiler on the ferryboat 
"Hugh O'Brien" was awarded to the Hodge Boiler 
Works, but as yet, owing to failure in delivering the 
steel, no work has been done. 

A statement of the more important construction 
work is given in the accompanying pages. 

Recommendations for 1919. 

Bridge Service. 

Ashland Street Bridge (over the New York, New Haven 
& Hartford Railroad). — This bridge, which was built in 
1875, and which is in poor condition, should be rebuilt. 

Clarendon Street Bridge — proposed — (over the New 
York, New Haven & Hartford Railroad and the Boston & 
Albany Railroad). — This bridge should be started during 
the coming year under the lay-out of the Street Com- 
missioners. 



Public Works Department. 87 

Warren Bridge. — This bridge should have the wooden 
flooring and stringers entirely renewed. 

Ferry Service. 

Plans should be made for a new boat. Engine repairs 
on the " Hugh O'Brien" should be made at the same time 
that the new boiler is being installed. 

It would be advisable to alter the superstructure of the 
" John H. Sullivan" to allow more room for teams, for if 
one or two of the older boats are condemned before a 
new boat is obtained, the service furnished for the 
transportation of vehicles would be poor. 

Report on the Strandway Improvement. 

The project of the Strandway and Old Harbor 
improvement in South Boston was turned over to this 
department in August, 1916, for construction. 

The work contemplated included: 

First. — The placing of material dredged from Old 
Harbor on the flat sand for shores of the bay, including 
the retaining of this material by means of dikes or other 
means and the placing of 2\ to 3 feet of suitable beach 
sand as a surface on the beach. 

Second. — The construction of a wooden bulkhead 
about 1,600 feet long on the southeast boundary of 
the Strandway. 

Third. — The furnishing and placing of loam on the 
playground and borders of the Strandway. 

Fourth. — The construction of roadways and sidewalks. 

Fifth. — The extension of the sewerage outlets at H, 
Vale and Kemp streets and Crescent avenue, including 
the construction of two gate chambers at Vale and 
Kemp streets, and a weir chamber at H street, also the 
construction of surface drains and catch-basins. 

Sixth. — The placing of stone ballast, the construction 
of fences, etc. 

Seventh. — The excavation of a channel from the 
dredged basin out to deep water. 

On December 8, 1916, a contract was let to the New 
York State Dredging Corporation for this work and since 
then the work has proceeded with intermittent delays, 
due to adverse weather conditions, and the work was 
completed December 9, 1919. 

Some filling, the roadway and sidewalk construction 
and part of the loam surfacing has not been done since 
it was found, after a thorough survey, that insufficient 



88 City Document No. 26. 

funds had been appropriated for the completion of all the 
work contemplated. The work was divided into two 
main parts and paid for from two separate appropriations 
— sewerage works and the Strand way appropriation. 

Under the sewerage works appropriations the following 
work has been done : 

Between H and I streets on Marine road a 2 by 3 
foot concrete connection between the I street sewer and 
the I street overflow was installed. 

At H street and Marine road a concrete weir chamber 
with a suitable manhole was built. Connecting with 
this and extending 450 feet out into the bay a single 
line of 60-inch cast-iron pipe was laid on a pile platform. 

At Vale street a reinforced concrete conduit 6 feet 6 
inches by 6 feet 6 inches inside measurement was con- 
structed, 245 feet long. At the end of this conduit a 
gate chamber of reinforced concrete was built in which 
two gates with their operating machinery were installed. 
From this gate chamber a double line of 60-inch cast-iron 
pipe was laid on a pile platform. This extended 547 feet 
out into Old Harbor. 

The Kemp street overflow was extended 1,328 feet 
with a 10-foot 3|-inch by 6-foot 3-inch reinforced con- 
crete conduit to a gate chamber in which three gates 
with operating machinery and appurtenances were 
installed. Three lines of 60-inch cast-iron pipe were 
extended 506 feet out to deep water from this gate 
chamber, placed on a pile platform. 

The Crescent avenue overflow was extended from a 
point in Old Colony avenue, near the Columbia Road 
Bridge, 621 feet southerly to the new wooden bulkhead. 
A reinforced concrete conduit 8 feet by 8 feet, inside 
diameter, built partly on piles and partly on good gravel 
foundation, was used for this extension. A contract was 
made for the installation of the gates and other operating 
machinery in the gate chambers, with the Gibby Foundry 
Companv of East Boston. The cost of this installation 
was S3, 600. 

All of these overflow extensions were built by the usual 
methods of sewer construction and with the usual 
appurtenances, manholes, inlets and the like. The 
construction of these overflows in this matter has 
removed the unsanitary conditions which existed in 
Old Harbor prior to their installation. 

Under the Strandway appropriation the following 
work was done: 



Public Works Department. 89 

A channel about 100 feet wide at the bottom and 
varying from 7 to 10 feet deep at low water was dredged 
from a point opposite I street to a point opposite the 
South Boston Yacht Club. A basin about forty acres 
in area and from 7 to 16 feet deep was dredged in the 
westerly end of Old Harbor. The material dredged 
was silt, peat, clay and sand. The clay was used to 
form a dike and to build up the high fill necessary to 
connect the Strandway with Columbia Road Bridge. 
The outside slope of the dike formed the desired slope 
for the beach, upon which sand was spread. The softer 
material was pumped behind the dike. 

The southeast boundary of this fill was held in place 
by a substantial wooden bulkhead extending from the 
Columbia Road Bridge easterly 1,522 feet, at the end of 
which 5,237 tons of stone ballast was placed to prevent 
the fill from sliding around the end of the bulkhead onto 
private land. 

About fifty-six acres of land have been reclaimed in 
this way and the obnoxious South Boston flats almost 
entirely removed. 

Suitable drains, catch-basins and manholes were 
built where possible for the drainage of this area. Over 
part of the area it was not possible to install the drains 
because of the soft character of the fill. When this soft 
fill has dried out and hardened the drains may be 
installed. 

The area, except the very soft part, has been sub- 
graded and about ten acres loamed. 

In addition to the dredging, filling and sewerage works 
a granolithic sidewalk was built 18 feet wide on the 
Strandway, from a point opposite the Mosquito Fleet 
Yacht Club to the headhouse at City Point. Drive- 
ways were placed where necessary and edgestone and 
gutter paving regulated. The roadway between L and 
M streets was raised and repaved to accommodate the 
new sidewalk grades. This work was done under 
contract with James L. Pierce and work was completed 
November 21, 1918. The total amount to be paid to 
the contractor is $20,761.96. 

It was originally intended to build a bath house of 
concrete and steel on the Strandway and a contract was 
entered into with Harrison H. Atwood, architect, for 
plans and specifications for the bath house. On account 
of lack of sufficient money to build a suitable bath house 
at this location this work was not done. 



90 City Document No. 26. 



BRIDGE SERVICE CONSTRUCTION WORK, 

1918-19. 



Allston Bridge (over the Boston & Albany Railroad). 

During the year the easterly roadway of this bridge 
has been extensively repaired. Many of the floor beams 
which had deteriorated badly from the effects of loco- 
motive gases were strengthened by adding new plates 
and angles, the floor system was cleaned and painted and 
a new wooden floor was built. The work was done by 
day labor forces. 

Broadway Bridge (over New York, New Haven & Hartford 

Railroad) . 

Owing to the rapid deterioration of the steelwork of 
this bridge, over the main line tracks of the railroad, it 
became necessary to renew most of the steel stringers 
and to strengthen many of the floor beams of two spans. 
In order to do this the paving, waterproofing and under- 
plank had to be removed. Only one roadway has been 
opened up at a time so that travel has been maintained 
at all times. The steelwork for this job is being done 
by the Transit Department and the removal and re- 
placing of the pavmg, waterproofing and wooden floor, 
including all incidental work, has been let under contract 
to Michael J. Kelliher. Only one half of this work has 
been completed to date. 

Br ookline Avenue Bridge (over Boston & Albany Railroad) . 

Although a contract was made with Michael Meehan, 
approved May 7, 1917, for rebuilding Brookline Avenue 
Bridge, no work was done at the site of the bridge until 
the middle of May, 1918, and at the date of this report 
the new steelwork is in condition to receive the concrete 
for the roadway, which will be placed as soon as the 
weather will permit. The serious delay in commencing 
this work was due primarily to the difficulty in obt lining 
structural steel and to the congestion in rail transporta- 
tion, both brought about by war conditions. 



Public Works Department. 91 

It is anticipated that roadway travel will be resumed 
over this bridge by the middle of February and all work 
completed by June 1, 1919. 

Chelsea Bridge North. 

In 1912-13, when the draw span and approaches of this 
bridge were rebuilt, about 325 feet in length of the south- 
erly approach from the Mystic Wharf end was not 
included in the work. 

The planking of the roadway and many of the stringers 
had become so badly decayed that in the spring of 1918 
it was considered necessary to strengthen the floor for 
the heavy loads passing over the bridge and the Bay 
State Street Railway Company had been notified by 
the Public Service Commission that the stringers under 
its rails should be strengthened for the heavy cars in use 
on the bridge. 

On May 21, 1918, a contract was made with the John 
P. Cavanagh Company for rebuilding the floor above the 
capping of the timber trestles on this portion of the 
bridge and the work was completed December 20, 1918, 
at a cost to the city of $34,879.21. 

While the work was in progress under this contract 
the Bay State Street Railway Company put in, at its 
own expense, four lines of stringers and bolsters under 
its tracks. 

As rebuilt, there are fifteen lines of roadway stringers, 
including the four put in by the street railway company, 
as against eight lines under the old roadway. The con- 
struction above the stringers is the same as in the other 
portion of the bridge; 6-inch yellow pine planking 
covered with four thicknesses of roofing felt, laid and 
mopped in the usual manner. The granite paving blocks 
of the old bridge were relaid with pitch and pebble 
joints. The sidewalk was entirely rebuilt and new 
wooden fences we^e built on both sides of the bridge. 
Some spur shores were refitted and the decayed portion 
of the outside posts of the trestles were renewed with 
sound timber. The whole of this work was carried on so 
that at all times the traffic over the bridge, including 
both lines of street cars, was maintained. 

On February 4, 1918, the span of this bridge became 
disabled by reason of breaking of the submarine feed 
cables. On examination it was found that the center 
casting, which holds the draw in true position, had 



92 City Document No. 26. 

sheared its anchor bolts and was moving with the draw. 
Considerable difficulty was experienced in getting it into 
exact position again. To do the work the bridge had to 
be closed to all street travel for a period of nine days. 
On February 13, 1918, the drawbridge was put in com- 
mission again, having been accurately realigned and 
firmly secured. 

Congress Street Bridge. 

A contract was made with V. Grande, approved by the 
Mayor April 29, 1918, for rebuilding the roadway floor- 
ing of the draw span of this bridge. 

The underflooring and sheathing were entirely 
renewed with new spruce plank, 4-inch being used for 
the underflooring and 2-inch for the sheathing, and such 
stringers as were in poor condition were replaced with 
new, yellow pine stringers, steel shims being used where 
necessary to bring old stringers to the proper grades. 
The old curbs were replaced with new, yellow pine timber 
where necessary and the whole roadway put in good 
condition. 

This work was completed May 16, 1918, at a cost of 
$4,490.81. 

Dorchester Avenue Bridge {over Fort Point Channel). 

The southerly face of the channelway at the draw has 
been repaired during the year at a cost of $924.03. 

Northern Avenue Bridge. 

On March 19, 1918, the Board of Street Commissioners 
granted permission to the Union Freight Railroad Com- 
pany to extend its tracks across Northern Avenue 
Bridge. A centering device and rail locks have been 
installed on the draw of this bridge by the railroad com- 
pany, under their grant for operating trains across this 
bridge. In addition, the city has done considerable 
work readjusting the trusses and resetting the landing 
blocks. 

A contract for strengthening the draw span of this 
bridge for electric freight cars, which was let January 
8, 1918, to the Boston Structural Steel Company, for 
$1,684, was completed in March. The work consisted of 
strengthening floor beams, putting in new ties, struts, 
etc., for the additional load imposed on it by the 46-ton 
electric freight cars. 



Public Works Department. 93 

A contract was made with the same company, dated 
February 6, 1918, for similar work on the steel fixed 
spans of this bridge and on the bridge over A street, for 
the sum of $1,460. Work was completed April 3, 1918. 

Summer Street Bridge {over Fort Point Channel). 

The stringers under the street car tracks in the tri- 
angular area adjoining the rear end of the draws have 
been reinforced so that now this portion of the bridge is 
of equal strength to that of other portions. The cost of 
the work done this year was $763.75. 

The street railway company is now operating electric 
freight cars across both of these bridges. 

Summer Street Bridge {over Reserved Channel). 

The northerly face of the channelway of the down- 
stream pier, near the draw, has been repaired at a cost 
of $1,131.60. 

Warren Bridge. 

The channel face and the landing for the down- 
stream draw have been repaired during the year at a 
cost of $1,292.62. 

During the past year $419.20 has been expended for 
strengthening the flooring on account of its rotten 
condition, and about a year ago over $600 was expended 
for the same purpose. 

Maiden Bridge. 

Under chapter 777 of the Acts of the Legislature of 
1913, which provided for the Everett extension, so 
called, of the Boston Elevated Railway Company, 
the City of Boston was required to construct a new 
draw in Maiden Bridge to permit the use for purposes 
of navigation of the new channel relocated by the act 
nearer the middle of Maiden river, and the Directors 
of the Port of Boston and the Board of Railroad Com- 
missioners, acting jointly, were authorized and directed 
to approve the plans for the new structures, after a 
public hearing. 

The act provided further that the Directors of the 
Port should determine the cost to the City of Boston 
of the construction of the new draw in Maiden Bridge, 
and that the cost should be paid by the railway com- 



94 City Document No. 26. 

pany to the city, which payment should be deemed a 
part of the cost of the construction of the bridge to be 
built by that company. 

After a public hearing the Directors of the Port and 
the Public Service Commission (the successors to the 
Railroad Commissioners), under date of May 25, 1914, 
approved the plans which had been prepared by the 
engineering departments of the railway company and 
of this division. 

Bids for building the masonry piers and foundations 
for the bridge of the Elevated Railway Company and 
for the reconstruction of Maiden Bridge were received 
by that company in January, 1916, the Hugh Nawn 
Contracting Company being the lowest bidder for the 
whole work. Before the contract was executed it was 
deemed best for legal reasons to make a separate con- 
tract for the reconstruction of Maiden Bridge, running 
to the City of Boston, and with the approval of the 
Mayor such a contract was made with the Hugh Nawn 
Contracting Company, dated March 30, 1916. 

A second contract was made with the McClintic- 
Marshall Company of Pittsburgh, Penn. , for furnishing 
and erecting the draw and approach span of the high- 
way bridge, dated May 3, 1916, and approved by the 
Mayor May 20, 1916. This work was subsequently 
sublet to the Boston Bridge Works, Inc. 

In order to prevent confusion arrangements were 
made by which the engineer for the Boston Elevated 
Railway Company, Mr. Clarence T. Fernald, was 
authorized to act for the City of Boston as engineer in 
charge of the work. At all times, however, during its 
progress an inspector from this division was on the work. 

Under these contracts work was begun April 3, 1916, 
but because of weather conditions and other causes 
its completion was somewhat delayed. The work on 
the draw span was completed September 25, 1917, and 
the whole bridge accepted by the Commissioner of 
Public Works May 2, 1918. 

The amount paid under the contract with the Hugh 
Nawn Contracting Company was $149,374.47, and 
under the contract with the McClintic-Marshall Com- 
pany the sum of $71,186.98 was paid. 

The following description of the work is taken sub- 
stantially from two papers read before the Boston 
Society of Civil Engineers, prepared by Mr. Fernald and 
Mr. John C. Moses, engineer of construction of the 



Public Works Department. 95 

Boston Bridge Works, and printed in the October, 1918, 
journal of that society. These papers cover the entire 
construction of both the highway bridge and that for 
the Elevated Railway, but as the work was so closely 
connected it has been deemed best not to separate the 
descriptions. 

The plan, as finally approved by the several boards, 
provided for a bridge or elevated structure crossing the 
Mystic river, from a point on the south shore about 80 
feet west of the highway bridge, and joining the north 
end of the Beacham street car yard to a point near the 
pumping station of the metropolitan sewerage system, 
a distance of about 844 feet. From this point the ele- 
vated structure continues for about 2,341 feet, where it 
reaches the ground and the tracks extending on the sur- 
face to the proposed temporary station, a total distance 
of one mile north of the present Sullivan Square 
Terminal. 

The alignment of the highway bridge was moved 
westerly about one half its width to a line parallel to 
and about 18 feet away from the elevated structure. 
North of the pile bridge the approach included the con- 
struction of a heavy sea wall 300 feet long, averaging 
16 feet high and a 3-foot by 5-foot fill extending 600 feet 
further north. 

In each bridge there was located a Strauss bascule 
drawbridge, providing for a width of 75 feet clear open- 
ing, and a depth of 30 feet of water. 

The railway drawbridge was built at a high level, 
having 26 feet to 28 feet headroom under it at high 
water, the counterweights being underhung. 

The highway drawbridge had a moving leaf 60 feet 
wide and 105 feet long and is of the heel trunnion 
type, the counterweight being supported over the road- 
way on upright columns, hinged at the rear or heel end 
of the moving leaf. The depth of water at the draw 
opening was fixed by the War Department at 30 feet 
and here the dredging for the channel foundations on 
either side was carried down to about 32 feet below low 
water and the piles for the landing pier were cut off at 
minus 30.5 and for the trunnion pier they were not cut 
but left at about grade minus 29, the plane of reference 
being Boston City Base. 

The piles for all the other piers, excepting the two 
abutments of the elevated bridge, were cut at grade 
minus 20 and for the abutments at grade minus 15. 



96 City Document No. 26. 

In all cases the concrete for the piers of 1-2-4 mixture 
was carried from the piles to grade minus 1. Above 
this point the work was of quarry-faced granite, backed 
with l-2§-5 concrete; the coping stone was finished 
with four-cut work on top having quarry-faced edges 
with 2-inch draft line at top and bottom, the finished 
work being at grade 17. 

The four large piers at the draw were of special design 
to meet the conditions imposed by the necessary depth, 
distribution of load and methods of construction. The 
maximum load calculated for the piles was about four- 
teen tons, assumed to occur when the bridges were open 
and subjected to a wind force of fifteen miles per hour. 
The minimum spacing for piles was 2.5 feet on centers 
at points of heaviest loading. 

The conditions controlling the construction of these 
bridges and imposed by the necessity of keeping traffic 
moving over the old bridge as nearly normal as possible 
daring its reconstruction made the operations interest- 
ing at all times and difficult at many others. This 
traffic was to be maintained on one half of the old 
bridge, while the depth of the channel piers endangered 
not only its safety by undermining the piles but its 
northerly abutment as well. 

In addition to this there was a 54-inch gas tunnel 
built through sand about 42 feet downstream from the 
deep piers and 11 feet above their bottom. On the 
northerly approach to the bridge the dredging necessary 
for the piers and sea wall caused a movement of the fill 
in the old street, which at times gave considerable 
anxiety. The first step taken, therefore, on the con- 
struction was to reinforce the floor of the downstream 
half of the old bridge and draw, and relocate the out- 
bound surface car track along this side of the old bridge. 
Borings taken along the side of the new bridge indicated 
a bottom of soft or medium blue clay, overlaid with 
silt and gray sand varying from fine to quite coarse, 
and in depths of from 4 feet to 20 feet. The bottoms 
of all the piers penetrated to this clay formation. 

Dredging was begun on the northerly end of the 
bridge site, from near the north abutment of the old 
bridge to the abutment of the new bridge. The soft 
material of sand and silt encountered here gave con- 
siderable trouble until the pier caissons were actually 
landed, as it was constantly pushing in from the street 
side. 



Public Works Department. 97 

The box-caisson method of construction was used in 
all cases except one of the channel piers where the 
spliced steel sheet piling method was used, the lower 
section to remain in place. The box-caisson method of 
construction proved to be very satisfactory and effi- 
cient. It was carried on by the contractor in the follow- 
ing manner. The site of the pier was first dredged to 
a depth of about 3 feet below the cut-off of the piles, 
which were then driven and cut to grade by a circular 
saw mounted on the pile driver gins. Guide piles 
were then driven around the site of the pier, the cais- 
sons floated in place, gradually sinking to position as 
the concrete forms inside them were filled. The bottoms 
of the caissons were really concrete scows, the bottom 
dimensions being of the exact sizes of the pier footings 
and were 4 feet in height, being divided into compart- 
ments about 9 feet wide by cross partitions. Around 
the bottom there projected a lip or flange having eye- 
bolts cast into it, to which the wooden sides were 
attached by hook bolts extending for the full height of 
the sides, and were tightened by set nuts seating on 
the top sills. The concrete caissons were built on ways 
and launched at the north end of the bridge. The floor 
was of 3-inch spruce plank, greased and laid on the ways 
in such a manner that by sawing through six planks the 
caisson was launched. The planks were thickly 
studded with 20d. nails to hold the concrete floor and 
sides which were cast directly in the forms. The cais- 
sons were thoroughly reinforced, the sides and flange 
being 12 inches, the bottom 6 inches and the partitions 
9 inches thick, made of 1-2-4 concrete. Wooden sides 
were made in two sections, the bottom one being 16 feet 
and the top one 17 feet in height. The frame was of 
10-inch by 10-inch and 10-inch by 12-inch hard pine, 
the bottom set was sheathed with 3-inch planed spruce, 
and the top set was sheathed with 2-inch planed spruce. 
The edges of the plank were beveled to provide for 
calking with oakum. These sides were used from three 
to four times each, and on account of their substantial 
and careful construction gave no trouble whatever; in 
many cases a single 3-inch duplex pump would handle 
all the leakage, in many instances under 14 feet to 
15 feet head, by pumping a few moments at a time. 

The largest caisson sunk, which was 124.6 feet long 
and 19.5 feet wide, was successfully launched with 
lower sides in place, floated and sunk without trouble. 



98 City Document No. 26. 

For the trunnion pier a cofferdam of 14-inch arched 
(35-pound) Lackawanna steel sheet piling was used. 
Previous to driving this sheeting the area covered by 
the new channel piers and the channel above and below 
the old bridge was dredged to about 20 feet below low 
water. The upstream half of the old bridge had been 
removed and a bulkhead of oak piles with spur shores 
upstream had been driven to prevent a movement of 
the river bottom over the gas tunnel. Then the down- 
stream end of the steel cofferdam was driven close 
against the remaining half of the old bridge. After 
this the dredging was completed to about grade minus 
32, the piles were driven and the tops were left at about 
grade minus 29. 

In driving the 30-foot piles for this pier and the pier 
at the heel of the draw span it was found that they 
would go their full length with from four to five blows. 
The pile driver used was a heavy Vulcan No. 1 steam 
hammer, weighing about 8,500 pounds, and with the 
extension gins attached made a total weight of between 
five and one half and six tons. Longer piles were 
decided upon, and new ones from 40 feet to 45 feet were 
driven. A test was made on one of each length of piles 
the following morning, and it required eleven blows on 
the 30-foot and thirteen blows on the 40-foot pile to 
set them down one foot. The steel cofferdam was then 
completed, after which concrete was deposited under 
water inside of it to grade minus 24 by means of bottom 
dumping buckets. The cofferdam was then unwatered 
and the balance of the work done in the dry. 

The top of concrete deposited under water was cleared, 
and the new work was carried on by building pockets 
of concrete mixed 1-2-4 placed dry in onion sacks. 
These pockets were about 20 feet long, 2 feet high, 
conforming on the outside edge to the lines of the 
foundation; the dam of bags left a space of 2 feet 
between it and the steel sheeting for drainage, and pro- 
vided a dry interior for placing the new concrete. At 
times this work was carried on under 34-foot head of 
water outside the cofferdam. 

There was nothing of peculiar interest in the stone 
masonry work. The seats for all posts and bearings 
were left \ inch high, to be dressed in the field to exact 
grade. This proved to be a wise precaution in several 
instances, as the coping stones were cut rather full. 

The steel superstructure as built consists of four 



Public Works Department. 99 

parts — the highway draw, the railway draw, the opera- 
tor's house and the railway viaduct. 

The highway draw is designed to carry fifty-ton electric 
cars and heavy city traffic. It consists of two pony 
trusses 12 feet deep, with plate girder floor beams and 
steel stringers. The trusses are 102 feet long from the 
center of the trunnions to the end bearing, and are 43 
feet apart, the sidewalks being carried on 8-foot brackets 
outside of the trusses. The roadway floor has a wearing 
surface of 4-inch wide kreolited maple and beech planks, 
set on edge and laid at right angles to the roadway. 
They are supported by 4-inch by 8-inch hard pine longi- 
tudinal stringers laid 16 inches on centers, and these 
in turn are carried by 6-inch by 8-inch hard pine cross 
ties spaced 2 feet on centers and bolted to the longi- 
tudinal steel stringers at each bearing point. The 
sidewalks are of 2-inch plank, nailed to 4-inch by 6-inch 
spiking pieces that are bolted to the tops of the steel 
stringers. 

One end of the span is carried by trunnions. These 
are steel shafts 16 inches in diameter and 5 feet long, 
that rest in bronze-lined boxes. The boxes are sup- 
ported by triangular trusses that distribute the load to 
two piers 30 feet apart. These piers extend upstream 
to carry the operator's house and the railway span. The 
main trusses extend 15 feet beyond the trunnions and 
carry at these points a counterweight of 750 tons. This 
weight is a block of reinforced concrete 30 feet by 20 feet 
by 45 feet in size, and supported by two posts that rest 
on pins in the trusses. These pins are in a straight line 
with the trunnion and the center of gravity of the entire 
span. The upper ends of the posts are connected by a 
link to posts that rest on top of the trunnions. This 
link, being parallel to the line from the trunnion to the 
counterweight pin, holds the weight always vertical, 
and the bridge is therefore in balance in all positions if 
balanced in any one position. The trunnions carry the 
live load as well as the dead load, the total amount 
being about 1,200 tons, and the pressure on the bearings 
about 2,000 pounds per square inch. 

The highway span is operated by a train of gears 
driven by two 35 horse power motors, the last pinions 
of the train driving circular racks that are bolted to the 
trusses with the trunnions as their centers. The rack 
teeth are 4|-inch pitch by 10-inch face. All gearing 
and boxes are of steel. Motor-driven latches on the 



100 City Document No. 26. 

forward ends of the trusses hold the span fast when 
closed, and a 12-inch dashpot is provided to lessen the 
jar when closing. The highway draw was erected in the 
closed position. 

The highway span contains about 300 tons of steel, 
30 tons of machinery and 50,000 feet of lumber. 

The railway draw consists of two deck plate girder 
spans 120 feet long, placed side by side and capable of 
being operated by two 25 horse power motors, as one 
unit or separately. 

The operator's house is between the two draw spans. 
It is a steel frame building 13 feet by 40 feet in plan, 
and five stories in height, and contains about twenty- 
five tons of steel. The walls and floors are of concrete. 
The operator's room is on the top floor, and contains 
two switch boards and the controllers, brake levers, 
signals, etc. The entire wire system for operating, 
lighting, signaling and protecting each bridge is kept 
separate from the other. Automatic cut-out devices, 
interlocking mechanisms, lamp signals and other safe- 
guards are provided to aid the operators and to prevent 
injury to the machinery from careless handling. The 
motors for the highway draw are under the sidewalks 
of the approach span, and are in metal houses that also 
cover most of the gearing and the mechanical brakes. 
The motors for the railway draw are in the second story 
of the house. All exposed gearing is protected by gear 
covers; and foot walks, stairways and ladders are 
provided for access to all parts. 



Public Works Department. 101 



FERRY SERVICE. 



The work in progress at the date of the report of last 
year, under a contract with W. S. Rendle, dated June 
26, 1917, for repairing piers of the North and South 
Ferries at both the Boston and East Boston landings, 
was completed June 5, 1918, at a total cost of $11,518.20. 

The work done, in addition to that noted in last year's 
report, has been the driving of some new piles in the 
heads of the south pier of the North Ferry at the Boston 
landing and rechaining the clump at the end of this pier. 

At the East Boston landing, South Ferry, new piles 
were driven in the heads of both the north and middle 
piers, new girders and wales put in where necessary and 
the clumps of both piers rechained. At the south pier, 
at this landing, a number of new girders were put in and 
about seventy-five feet in length of this pier was faced 
with yellow pine plank covering the heads of the bolts 
projecting beyond the old planking, which had caused 
considerable injury to the guard timbers on the ferry- 
boats. 

At the Boston landing of the South Ferry, new piles 
were driven in the heads of both the middle and south 
piers and the clumps rechained. 

The roadway of the south drop at the Boston landing 
of the South Ferry was rebuilt this year under a con- 
tract with John B. Dolan, approved June 14, 1918. 
Under this contract the "Shuman" paving and lower 
planking of the roadway were removed, new, yellow pine 
planking laid and such floor timbers as were in poor 
condition were replaced with new timber. 

The supplementary drop was also entirely rebuilt. 
The work was completed July 27, 1918, at a total cost 
of $2,207.54. A new wearing surface of the "Shuman" 
type was laid on this drop by W. S. Rendle at a cost of 
$1,011.85. Some new rods were placed in the trusses of 
this drop, owing to extreme corrosion of the old rods. 

The wharf adjoining the coal pocket at the South 
Ferry, East Boston side, which has been in dangerous 
condition for several years, has had such repairs made 



102 City Document No. 26. 

during the year as were necessary to make it safe for use, 
under a contract with W. H. Ellis & Son Company, 
approved July 2, 1918. The work was completed July 
26, 1918, at a total cost of $1,970.22. 

A contract was made with W. S. Rendle, approved 
December 28, 1918, for rebuilding the drop foundation 
and roadway supplementary of the north drop at the 
East Boston landing of the North Ferry. Work was 
begun January 10, 1919, and will be completed about 
the middle of February. 

As mentioned in the 1917 report, the "General 
Sumner" was badly burned on the night of December 
29, 1917. A contract with the Boston Shipbuilding 
Company to make complete repairs and renewals to the 
boat was approved April 24, 1918, for the sum of $69,000. 
At the time of signing the contract it was decided to 
remodel this boat for four roadways instead of two as 
originally built. Work began on the boat as soon as the 
contract was approved and the work has been practically 
completed. The teaming capacity of the boat is in- 
creased about 50 per cent but the capacity for foot 
passengers has decreased very materially. 

Ventilating Systems on Wooden Boats. 

Owing to a ruling of the Board of Supervising In- 
spectors of Steam Boats, all openings in the hulls of 
wooden boats below decks were closed, necessitating the 
installation of a ventilating system. 

A contract was made on May 31, 1917, with Joseph 
A. Nelson, for the installation of the ventilating systems, 
including the furnishing of blowers, engines and necessary 
galvanized iron. War conditions seriously delayed the 
delivery of the apparatus and the work was not completed 
until December 20, 1918. The amount paid under the 
contract was $3,731.60. 

The ferryboat " Noddle Island" was taken out on the 
railway on March 1, 1918, as she was leaking badly at 
the ends. Both ends were calked, some new metal 
was put on the ends and seven propeller blades were 
replaced by ones that had been previously repaired. 

The "General Sumner" was taken out on the railway 
on September 12, 1918, and some repairs made. The 
copper on the hull, which was in very poor condition, 
was taken off and the hull painted. 



Public Works Department. 103 

The " Governor Russell" was pulled out on the rail- 
way on December 29, 1918; the bottom was cleaned, 
six of the propeller blades were replaced with ones that 
had been previously repaired ; two blades were straight- 
ened; the rudder and supports were repaired and the 
bottom was patched with new metal. 

Respectfully submitted, 

John E. Carty, 

Division Engineer. 



104 



City Document No. 26. 



BRIDGE SERVICE. 



Financial Statement, 1918-19. 

Expenditures from Maintenance Appropriation. 

Bridge Service: 

Boston bridges . . . $323,601 28 

Boston and Cambridge bridges . 23,942 63 

$347,543 91 



Total Expenditures. 

From maintenance appropriation . $347,543 91 

From special appropriations . 104,679 89 
From Strandway and Old Harbor 

Improvement . . . . 261,31315 



$713,536 95 



EXPENDITURES ON BOSTON BRIDGES. 



( 1 .) Administration : 
Salaries: 

Division engineer 
Supervisors 

Engineers and draughtsmen 
Clerk and stenographer 
Inspectors 
Medical inspector . 
Pensions : 
Veterans . 
Laborers . 



£4,317 18 
1,080 00 



Holiday time 
Vacations (mechanics) 
Pay allowed injured employees 
Paid to employees in war service of 
United States 



Printing, postage and stationery 

Travel expenses 

Telephones 

Furnishings 

Engineers' supplies and instruments 
Typewriter inspection 
Photographs 



$3,750 00 
4,744 50 

16,722 45 

1,495 52 

3,357 50 

83 33 



5,397 18 

985 68 

1,588 00 

818 00 

4,127 34 



$43,069 50 
783 48 
298 83 
151 24 

14 80 
358 35 

30 00 
100 50 



$44,806 70 






Public Works Department. 



105 



(2.) 



Yard and Stockroom : 




Yard: 




Employees: Clerk, janitor and watch- 




men $3,093 12 




Light 93 46 




Fuel 217 89 




Supplies 34 66 




Repairing building 576 90 






$4,016 03 




Stockroom (lumber, nails and supplies for bridges) 


7,742 53 


Stable : 




Wages of stablemen .... $3,779 00 




Feed and straw 1,204 50 




Shoeing and clipping horses . . . 162 38 




Veterinary 30 00 




Outside care of horses .... 623 49 




Repairs to vehicles . . . . 341 32 




Stable supplies . ... . . 16 63 






6,157 32 




$17,915 88 



(3.) 



Automobiles: 
Division engineer: 






Wages of chauffeur 




$777 00 


Storage 


$180 00 




Repairs 


941 26 




Supplies . 


92 13 




Gasolene . 


282 81 




New tires and tubes 


178 54 




Repairs to tires and tub 


38, 27 35 




Registration 


20 00 


1,722 09 
1,470 00 


New Buick touring car (r 


et) . 


Supervisor of Bridges: 






Wages of chauffeur 




$1,050 00 


Storage 


$150 00 




Repairs 


122 01 




Supplies . 


61 52 




Gasolene . 


241 43 




New tires and tubes 


161 15 




Repairs to tires and tube 


3, 2 50 




Registration 


20 00 


758 61 






Auto truck: 




Gasolene . 


$167 64 




Repairs 


52 08 




Supplies . 


86 46 




Registration (3 trucks) 


8 00 


$314 IS 
1,372 80 


Two new trucks 





5,969 09 



1,808 61 



1,686 98 



$7,464 68 



106 



City Document No. 26. 



(4.) Bridges. 

Expenditures on Tidewater Bridges. 





Draw- 
tenders' 
Salaries. 


Repairs. 


Supplies 

and 
Miscella- 
neous 
Expenses. 




Bridges. 


Mechanics' 
Wages. 


Material. 


Repair 
Bills. 


Total. 


Broadway 


$10,475 68 
14,207 96 
12,007 11 
10,395 60 

8,576 49 
10,760 09 
10,378 61 
10,394 42 
10,359 72 
10,686 01 
10,747 40 

2,758 56 
11,835 10 
10,739 31 
10,440 40 

398 84 


$403 47 

757 41 

1,323 57 

2,034 60 

487 94 

1,126 36 

611 19 

1,170 54 

294 82 

384 91 

876 46 

110 01 

2,180 50 

2,545 99- 

1,285 44 

40 83 


$60 29 

1,628 54 

29 22 

1,215 52 

46 07 

484 78 

23 60 
988 55 
204 94 

24 48 
134 42 
113 47 

1,084 48 
1,247 32 
1,275 33 

177 44 


$102 71 

382 61 

4,891 18 

102.75 

142 59 

5,398 94 

1,761 98 

339 35 

2,199 37 

144 92 

362 96 

28 59 

2,201 22 

4,771 51 

1,997 18 


$202 67 
431 11 
569 24 
310 44 
226 03 
959 02 
347 34 
219 04 
309 74 
167 92 
434 53 
10 44 

4,232 02 
480 90 

1,128 69 


$11,244 82 
17,407 63 




18,820 32 




14,058 91 




9,479 12 


Congress Street 

Dorchester Avenue 


18,729 19 
13,122 72 
13,111 90 




13,368 59 


Maiden 


11,408 24 


Meridian Street 


12,555 77 
3,021 07 


Northern Avenue 

Summer Street 

Warren 

Western Avenue to 


21,533 32 
19,785 03 
16,127 04 

617 11 










Total 


$155,161 30 


SI R. 634 04 


8.738 45 


$?4.827 86 


S 10.029 13 


$214,390 78 


Dover Street: 




168 00 








$214,558 78 



Public Works Department. 



107 



Repairs on Inland Bridges. 



Bridge. 



Labor 

and 

Materials. 


$1,416 02 


5,506 


88 


598 


11 


243 


43 


307 


10 


339 


04 


282 


16 


172 


19 


1,463 


18 


19 


44 


87 


74 


50 


78 


2,608 


03 


4,759 


04 


152 


94 


117 


53 


52 


20 


643 


42 


35 


30 


254 


50 


2,286 


12 


4,401 


15 


11 


00 


90 


41 


23 


00 


13 


50 


234 


13 


34 


66 


3,863 


10 


12 


11 


338 


75 


135 


62 


6 


00 



Albany street (over Boston & Albany Railroad freight tracks) 

Allston Bridge 

Ashland street 

Ashmont street 

Austin 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) 

Broadway (over New York, New Haven & Hartford Railroad) 

Brookline avenue 

Byron street 

Canterbury street 

Central avenue 

Chelsea Bridge (over Boston & Maine Railroad) 

Columbus avenue 

Commercial Point 

Dartmouth street 

Dorchester avenue (New York, New Haven & Hartford Railroad, Plymout h 
Division). 

Everett street 

Fairmount avenue (Hyde Park) 

Ferdinand street 

Glenwood avenue (Hyde Park) 

Glenwood avenue (over Mother brook, Hyde Park) 

Harrison avenue 

Harvard street 

Hyde Park avenue (over Mother brook) 

Hyde Park avenue (over Stony brook) 

Irvington street (footbridge) 

Massachusetts avenue (over New York, New Haven & Hartford Railroad, 
Providence Division). 

Carried forward 



$31,081 00 



108 



City Document No. 26. 

Repairs on Inland Bridges. — Concluded. 



Bridge. 



Labor 

and 

Materials. 



Brought forward 

Metropolitan avenue (Hyde Park) 

Milton street (Hyde Park) 

Mystic avenue 

New Allen street (Hyde Park) 

Norfolk street (North) 

Norfolk street (South) 

Oakland street 

Perkins street 

River street (Hyde Park) 

Southampton street (over railroad) 

Summer street (over A street) 

Tollgate way (footbridge) 

Washington street (Milton Lower Mills) 

Webster street 

West Fourth street 

West Newton street 

Miscellaneous: 

Labor, removing snow and sweeping bridges. 



$31,081 00 

358 65 

110 97 

18 88 

53 01 

309 39 

605 24 

556 12 

46 48 

133 69 
181 27 
620 73 

14 50 

15 49 

134 71 
2,038 14 

263 81 

2,113 18 



Total . 



$38,655 26 



(5.) 



Public Landing, East Boston: 
Rent 



Summary of Expenditures 

(1) Administration . 

(2) Yard, stable and stockroom 

(3) Automobiles 
(4a) Tidewater bridges 
(46) Inland bridges . 
(5) Public landings . 

Total maintenance expense 



$199 98 



$44,806 70 

17,915 88 

7,464 68 

214,558 78 

38,655 26 

199 98 



$323,601 28 



Expenditures from Special Appropriations. 
Bridges, Repairs, Etc. 



Engineering . . . . . . . $1,300 88 

Inspection 390 00 

Miscellaneous: Travel expenses and advertising, 91 25 

Chelsea Bridge North. 

Paid to J. P. Cavanagh Company on contract for rebuilding 
floor . 



L,782 13 



29,407 99 



Public Works Department. 



109 



Warren Bridge. 



Services of diver 



Harvard Bridge. 



Paid to Rowe Contracting Company on contract for planking 
and paving 

Total 

Chelsea Bridge South: 

Engineering 

Brooldine Avenue Bridge : 

Engineering 

Inspection 

Inspection of material 

Travel expenses, photographs, etc. 

Paid Michael Meehan on contract 



$315 00 



10,975 63 

$42,480 75 



$947 48 



$1,443 55 


260 00 


152 36 


14 60 


38,729 05 



Maiden Bridge: 
Paid to Hugh Nawn Contracting Company 

on contract 

Paid to McClintic-Marshall Company on 

contract 

Winthrop Bridge: 

Paid to Lawler Brothers on contract 
Executions of court 



),561 64 
440 46 



$100 00 
550 00 



Strandway and Old Harbor Improvement. 



Engineering 
Inspection 



59,724 33 
4,398 62 



Services of janitor 

Paid to employees in war service of United 
States 

Office expenses: 

Printing, postage and stationery, $134 48 
Telephones and travel expenses, 101 44 

Furnishings 38 68 



$40,599 56 



$20,002 10 



$650 00 



Fuel .... 
Photographs . 
Engineers' supplies, tools 
Frames and grates . 
Fertilizer and seed . 
Automobile expenses: 

Storage . 

Repairs 

Supplies 

Gasolene and oil . 

Tires and tubes . 

Registration 



instruments, etc. 



$14,122 95 
180 00 

565 57 



274 60 

59 21 

157 30 

365 48 
273 81 
458 95 



$75 00 
221 30 

23 35 
141 22 
129 15 

15 00 



605 02 



Paid New York State Dredging Corporation on contract, 
Paid James L. Pierce on contract for artificial stone side- 
walks 

Paid James L. Pierce for borings 



$17,062 89 
227,604 00 

15,146 26 
1,500 00 



$261,313 15 



110 



City Document No. 26. 



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Expenditures on Granite Avenue Bridge by County of Suffolk 

(1918-19). 

Salaries of drawtenders $1,664 60 

Fuel 19 18 

Light 8 87 

Printing 11 82 

Stationery 95 

Kerosene oil 55 

Material 2 03 

Repairs . , 523 74 

$2,231 74 

Appropriation $2,488 80 

Expenditures . 2,231 74 

Balance returned to County Treasurer January 31, 1919 . . $257 06 



BRIDGE SERVICE. 
Amount Paid into City Treasury During the Year (1918-19). 
By town of Milton for labor on Granite Avenue Bridge 



By County of Suffolk for labor on Granite Avenue Bridge 
By Abraham Sterman for repairs to Chelsea Bridge North draw 

damaged by automobile 

Redemption of mileage books (Boston & Albany Railroad) 
Redemption of mileage books (New York, New Haven & Hart 

ford Railroad) 

Second payment of car tickets refunded by Boston Elevated 

Railway Company 

City of Cambridge, sale of old material from Harvard Bridge, 7 57 

$185 76 



$52 75 

52 75 

53 16 

12 85 

1 68 
5 00 



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 Roxbury. 

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. 

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. 

* Charlestown, from Boston to Charlestown. 

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

* Chelsea street, from East Boston to Chelsea. 
Columbus avenue, over Boston & Albany Railroad. 
Commercial Point, or Tenean, Dorchester. 

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

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

channel. 

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

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

Hyde Park. 
Glenwood Avenue West, over Mother brook, Hyde Park. 
Gove street (footbridge), over Boston & Albany Railroad, 

East Boston. 
Huntington avenue, over Boston & Albany Railroad. 



Public Works Department. 113 

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. 

Jones avenue (footbridge), over New York, New Haven & Hart- 
ford Railroad, Midland 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 Berwick 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 Hills. 

* Warren, from Boston to Charlestown. 

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

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

& Hartford Railroad, Providence Division. 
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. 

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

Audubon road, in Riverway, over Boston & Albany Railroad. 
Berners street (footbridge), over Bridle path in Riverway. 



114 City Document No. 26. 

Boylston street, in Fens, over waterway. 
Bridle path, in Riverway, over Muddy river. 

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

Castle Island. 

Charlesgate, in Fens, over Boston & Albany Railroad. 

Circuit drive, over Scarboro pond, in Franklin Park. 

Commonwealth avenue, in Fens, over waterway. 

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

Ellicott Arch, in Franklin Park. 

Fens, in Fens. 

Forest Hills entrance, in Franklin Park. 

Leverett pond (footbridge), in Olmsted Park. 

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

Norfolk Street Playground (footbridge), over Midland Division, 
New York, New Haven & Hartford Railroad. 

Public Garden (footbridge) . 

Scarboro pond (footbridge), in Franklin Park. 

Wood Island (footbridge), in Wood Island Park. 

II. — Bridges of which Boston Maintains the Part Within 

its Limits. 

In Charge of Bridge and Ferry Division. 

Central avenue, from Dorchester to Milton. 

* Chelsea North, from Charlestown to Chelsea. 
Milton, from Dorchester to Milton. 

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

* Western avenue, from Brighton to Watertown. 
Winthrop, from Breed's Island to Winthrop. 

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

III. — Bridges of Which Boston Pays a Part of the Cost 

of Maintenance. 

In Charge of Bridge and Ferry Division. 

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

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

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



Public Works Department. 115 

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. 

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



116 City Document No. 26. 

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

V. — Bridges Maintained by Metropolitan Park 
Commission. 

* Charles River Dam. 
Mattapan, over Neponset river. 

* Neponset, from Dorchester to Quincy. 

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. 

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



Public Works Department. 117 

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

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

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

Division. 
Athens street. 
Bolton street. 
Dorchester avenue. 

East River street, at River Street Station, Hyde Park. 
Silver street. 
Gold street. 

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

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

Division. 
Adams street. 
Cedar Grove Cemetery. 
Medway street. 
Savin Hill avenue. 

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

Division. 
Albany street. 

Baker street, West Roxbury. 
Beech street, West Roxbury. -4 
Bellevue street, West Roxbury. 
Berkeley street. 
Broadway, South Boston. 
Canterbury street, West Roxbury. 
Arlington 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. 



VII. Number maintained by the United States 
Government 



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 . 62 
In charge of Bridge and Ferry Division and 

Park and Recreation Department . . 2 
In charge of Park and Recreation Depart- 
ment 19 

— 83 
II. Number of which Boston maintains the part 

within its limits: 
In charge of Bridge and Ferry Division . 8 
In charge of Park and Recreation Depart- 
ment 5 

— 13 

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 Boston & Albany 

Railroads 1 

3. Boston & Maine Railroad, Eastern 

Division . 1 

4. Boston, Revere Beach & Lynn Railroad, 1 

5. New York, New Haven & Hartford 

Railroad, Midland Division . . 13 

6. New York, New Haven & Hartford 

Railroad, Old Colony Division . . 4 

7. New York, New Haven & Hartford 

Railroad, Providence Division . . 17 



42 



Total number 190 



Public Works Department. 



119 



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Over Navigable Waters in the City of Boston in January, 1919. 



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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. 


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Maiden 


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122 City Document No. 26. 

ELEVATIONS AND DATUM PLANES REFERRED 
TO BOSTON CITY BASE. 



Feet. 

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

. 00 Metropolitan Park Commission base. 
+0 . 60 Commission on Waterways and Public Lands. 
. 00 Metropolitan Water Board base. 
— 100.00 Metropolitan Sewerage Board base. 
— 100.00 Boston Transit Commission base. 
— 100.00 Charles River Commission base. 

15.45 Old bench mark on coping of old dry dock at 

Charlestown Navy Yard. 
15. 11 New bench mark on coping of old dry dock at 
Charlestown Navy Yard, northwest end 
over crowfoot. 
5 . 00 Piles to be cut off for 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. f 
+0.79 Mean low water, 1902.f 
+0.58 Navy Yard base, 1902. f 
10.63 Mean high water, 1902. f 
5.71 Mean sea level, 1902. f 
9.84 Mean rise and fall of tide, 1902. f 

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). 

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



Feet. 

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. 



When Taken. 



By Whom. 



16.00 
15.62 
15.74 
14.15 
14.94 
13.72 
14.19 
13.60 
14.83 
14.70 
14.70 
11.90 
13.50 
13.90 
14.30 
14.62 



Feb. 24, 
April 16, 
April 16, 
Jan. 23, 
Nov. 27, 
Nov. 8, 
Nov. 25, 
Dec. 14, 
Jan. 25, 
Jan. 25, 
Jan. 25, 
Dec. 26, 
Dec. 26, 
Nov. 20, 
Jan. 13, 
Jan. 13, 



1722-23 
1851.. 
1851.. 
1898.. 
1898. . 
1900.. 
1901.. 
1902. . 
1905. . 
1905.. 
1905.. 
1909 . . 
1913. . 
1914.. 
1915. . 
1915. . 



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 

North Ferry, Boston proper (p. m.) 

North Ferry, Boston proper 

Maiden Bridge 

North Ferry, Boston proper 

Granite Avenue Bridge 



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



F. P. Spalding. 



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

F. P. Spalding. 

G. A. Clough. 



Low Tides. 



5.60 


Nov. 27, 1898... 


Deer Island, metropolitan sewer station .... 


Self-recording gauge. 


—3.50 


Feb. 1, 1900 . . . 


Deer Island, metropolitan sewer station 


Self-recording gauge. 


—2.94 


Feb. 3, 1900 




D. A. Harrington. 


—3.00 


Feb. 4, 1904.... 


Deer Island, metropolitan sewer station .... 


Self-recording gauge. 


—3.00 


Mar. 23, 1905.... 


Deer Island, metropolitan sewer station .... 


Self-recording gauge. 



124 City Document No. 26. 



FERRY SERVICE. 



The following steam ferryboats are in commission: 

When Gross 

Name. Built. Kind. Length. Tonnage. 

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

645 
577 
713 
710 
703 
826 



Hugh O'Brien 1883 " 175 " 3 

General Hancock 1887 " 160 " 3 

Governor Russell 1898 Propeller 164 " 3 

Noddle Island 1899 " 164 " 3 

General Sumner 1900 " 164 " 3 

John H. Sullivan 1912 " 172 " 3 



Financial Statement for the Year Ending 
January 31, 1919. 

1. Receipts. 

Total cash receipts during the year .... $88,323 90 
Cash in hands of tollmen at beginning of year . 200 00 



Cash paid over to City Collector . $88,323 90 
Cash in hands of tollmen January 
31, 1919 200 00 



,523 90 



,523 90 



2. Appropriations and Expenditures. 

Received from annual appropriation . . . $388,619 50 

Received by transfer from Bridge Service . . 7,488 60 

Received from special appropriation . . . 95,000 00 



Total appropriations .... $491,108 10 
Total expenditures 461,503 02 



Balance unexpended, special appro- 
priation $27,280 67 

Balance unexpended, annual appro- 
priation transferred to City 
Treasury 2,324 41 



$29,605 08 



$29,605 08 



Ptjblic Works Department. 125 

3. Result of Operations for the Year. 

Receipts for the year (net income) .... $88,323 90 
Ordinary expenses .... $393,783 69 
Interest paid on ferry debt . . 6,063 00 

Depreciation of ferryboats . . 11,787 34 
Decrease in value of machinery and 

tools 166 28 



$411,800 31 
Less increase in stock of 

supplies . . . $598 00 

Less increase in stock of 
fuel .... 6,600 10 

7,198 10 



Net outgo for the year 404,602 21 

Net loss for the year $316,278 31 



126 



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127 



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



January 31, 
1915. 



January 31, 
1916. 



January 31, 
1917. 



January 31, 
1918. 



January 31, 
1919. 



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

Rents receivable 

Fuel and supplies in stock . 



City Treasurer (balance of appro- 
priation) 



Ferryboats Oess depreciation) . 
Machinery and tools 



Real estate, land and buildings 
(assessors' valuation) 



Total tangible assets . 



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

Deficiency of assets (loss) 

Totals 



Liabilities. 

Capital invested by City of Boston 
to date 



Appropriations account (credit 
balances) 



Total liabilities . 



S395 59 

200 00 

39 00 

14,375 75 

15 60 

236,527 15 

3,350 00 

610,200 00 



8865,103 09 

315,815 68 
4,364,388 68 



go, 545,307 45 



$5,545,291 85 
15 60 



$5.545,307 4.5 



$282 74 

200 00 

42 90 

6,804 10 

2,015 60 

222,335 52 

3,015 00 

610,100 00 



$S44,795 86 

315,815 68 
4,573,128 77 



to, 733, 740 31 



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2,015 60 



$5,733,740 31 



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12,283 04 

1,775 00 

208,995 39 

3,080 00 

610,100 00 



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196,455 67 
2,772 00 

610,100 00 



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315.S15 68 
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315,815 68 
5,094,074 27 



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14,436 34 

27,280 67 

184,668 33 

2,605 72 

610,100 00 
$839,404 60 

315,815 68 
5,477,858 89 



85,957,349 69 



$6,226,756 38 



3,633,079 17 



65,955,574 69 
1,775 00 



$6,226,756 3S 



,605,798 50 
27,280 67 



$5.957.349 69 



$6. 226,756 38 



,633,079 17 



Detail of Capital Invested by the City of Boston. 



Total expenditures to date per ferry 
books 

Interest of debt for the year (per 
City Auditor) 

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


$12,287,566 20 

15,815 00 

279,148 85 


$12,5S0,429 67 

15,455 00 

279,148 85 


$12,900,154 62 

14,987 91 

279,148 85 


$13,331,024 31 

7,995 00 

279,148 85 


$13,800,322 33 

6,063 00 

279,148 85 




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


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


$13,194,291 3S 
7,238,716 69 


$13,618,168 16 
7,391,411 7S 


$14,085,534 18 


Deduct total receipts paid to col- 
lector 


7,479,735 68 




$5,545,291 85 


S5.731.724 71 


$5,955,574 69 


$6,226,756 38 


$6,605,798 50 















1 Included in deficiency of assets in Table 4. 



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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 (prior to 

1910) ■ . 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 . . . 1,325,397 59 

Expenditures for fuel 1,906,282 33 

Expenditures for salaries and wages . . . 6,705,138 39 

Expenditures for all other purposes . . . 2,047,330 37 



$14,085,534 18 



Total Receipts From Ferries Since 1858=59. 

Receipts from rents, etc., previous to purchase 

of ferries $29,588 56 

Receipts from ferry tolls since purchase of 

ferries . . . . . . . . 7,176,836 47 

Receipts from rents since purchase of ferries . 67,339 75 

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

Receipts from all other sources, per ferry books, 26,368 61 
Receipts from all other sources, additional, per 

auditor 30,734 85 



Total receipts from all sources . . . $7,479,935 68 
Less amount with tollmen as capital . . . 200 00 



Total receipts, per auditor's figures . . $7,479,735 68 

Regular Annual (Ordinary) and Special Appropriations 
(Extraordinary) of the Ferry Service for the Year 
Ending January 31, 1919. 

Appropriation (regular) for the year ending- 
January 31, 1918 . . . " . . . $388,619 50 
Received by transfer from Bridge Service (net), 7,488 60 



,108 10 



Public Works Department. 



131 



Amount of expenditures (regular) for the year, $393,783 69 
Balance to City Treasury 2,324 41 



,108 10 



Special Appropriations. 

Appropriation for ferryboats, repairs, etc. (from 

taxes), April 10, 1918 $95,000 00 

Amount expended from April 10, 1918, to January 

31, 1919 67,719 33 



Balance January 31, 1919 



$27,280 67 



Statement Showing Receipts at Each Ferry. 
North Ferry. 



From Tollmen. 


Foot 
Passengers. 


From 
Tickets. 


Totals. 


Boston side 


$11,846 26 
11,015 72 


$4,395 50 

6,313 00 


$16,241 76 


East Boston side 


17,328 72 








$22,861 98 


$10,708 50 


$33,570 48 



From tollmen . . 
From gatemen: 

For 81,892 foot passengers at 1 

cent 

For cash fares for teams . 



Total at North Ferry 



$818 92 
13,437 45 



,570 48 



14,256 37 

$47,826 85 



South Ferry. 



From Tollmen. 


Foot 
Passengers. 


From 
Tickets. 


Totals. 


Boston side 

East Boston side 


$7,662 03 
7,024 29 


$4,871 50 
3,945 00 


$12,533 53 
10,969 29 






$14,686 32 


$8,816 50 


$23,502 82 



132 



City Document No. 26. 



From tollmen 

From gatemen: 

For 69,567 foot passengers at 1 
cent 

For cash fares for teams 



Total at South Feny 

North and South Ferries as above 

Tickets paid for at ferry office 

Received in lieu of free ferries July 4, 1916 



Total from rates 
Rents for the year 
Sale of old material . 
Headhouse privileges 
Commissions on public telephones 
Care of public telephone booths 

Total receipts for the year 



5,502 82 



$695 67 
10,786 54 


11,482 21 




L916 '. 


$34,985 03 

$82,811 88 

4,134 80 

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$86,947 68 
533 83 
290 50 
400 00 
103 89 
48 00 




$88,323 90 



Statement of Travel on the Ferries from February 1, 
1918, to January 31, 1919, Inclusive. 

North Ferry. South Ferry. 

Foot passengers at 1 cent each . 2,368,090 1,538,199 
Foot passengers by ticket . . 34,283 12,101 

Foot passengers free . . . . 1,531 1,289 



Total foot 

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 

hacks .... 
Two-seat automobiles 
Handcarts, etc. . 
Drag wheels 
Free teams . . 



and 



2,403,904 1,551,589 



244,482 


188,935 


34,041 


32,735 


80,596 


40,039 


105,027 


81,010 


1,200 


2,271 


. 3,084 


4,514 


4,490 


1,114 


79,320 


47,819 


1,735 


1,530 


7 


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9,094 






566,596 



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133 



Total paying foot 

Total free foot passengers 

Total foot passengers carried 



3,952,673 

2,820 

3,955,493 



Total paying teams . 
Total free teams 

Total teams carried 



953,950 
21,708 

975,658 



Total Travel on Both Ferries from February 1, 1913, to 
January 31, 1919. 





1913-14. 


1914-15. 


1915-16. 


1916-17. 


1917-18. 


1918-19. 




651,741 

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 

3,538 

7,089 

110,203 

3,570 


500,193 




306,672 




3,471 




7,598 


Two-horse carriages, hacks J. . . . 
Two-cent tolls, hand carts, etc. . 


132,743 
3,265 

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969,655 
12,954 


968,324 
11,028 


1,018,666 
10,844 


983,848 
12,067 


1,010,471 
15,177 


953,950 
21,708 


Total teams at both ferries, 


982,609 


979,352 


1,029,510 


995,915 


1,025,648 


975,658 


Foot passengers paid 

Foot passengers free 


6,044,507 
2,509 


6,024,082 

885 


5,676,118 
2,053 


4,631,244 
1,763 


4,191,410 
846 


3,952,673 
2,820 




6,047,016 


6,024,967 


5,678,171 


4,633,007 


4,192,256 


3,955,493 



Note. — The above team travel includes automobiles. 
* Includes one-seat automobiles, t Includes motor trucks, t Includes two-seat automobiles. 



134 City Document No. 26. 



APPENDIX C. 



REPORT OF THE DIVISION ENGINEER OF THE 
HIGHWAY DIVISION. 



Boston, February 1, 1919. 

Mr. Thomas F. Sullivan, 

Commissioner of Public Works: 

Dear Sir, — I submit herewith a statement of the 
activities, operations and expenditures of the Paving 
and Lighting Services for the year ending January 31, 
1919. 

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

Lighting Service $540,350 56 

Paving Service $1,093,630 65 

Note. — For further detail of expenses see pages 
following. 

Paving Service. 

In common with all other municipalities, Boston was 
handicapped to a very great extent in street construc- 
tion during the past year. Government restriction, 
shortage of labor and materials and other causes due to 
the war, compelled this city to adopt a war-time pro- 
gram and all work was confined to main thoroughfares. 
Nevertheless, the amount of work done compares very 
favorably with previous years, there being about 112,000 
square yards of granite block paving with cement grout 
joints laid by contract. This is about 35 per cent 
more than was laid in 1917, and about twice as much 
as was laid during the combined years of 1914, 1915 and 
1916. The department forces in addition laid about 
25,010 yards of this form of pavement. 



Public Works Department. 135 

Two new asphalt plants have been erected during this 
year, one in the Dorchester district and the other in 
the Brighton district. In the Dorchester district about 
8,000 yards of 2-inch Topeka pavement has been laid 
by the . department forces and this work will be con- 
tinued throughout the city during the coming year. 

An innovation this year was the organizing of an 
artificial stone sidewalk repair gang in each district. 
The advantages of such an organization are many. 

About 55,000 yards of new artificial stone sidewalk 
were laid this year by contract. 

The principal streets paved this year with granite 
block on a concrete base are: Albany street, from 
Kneeland street to the Boston & Albany Railroad 
Bridge; Clinton street, Congress street, from Atlantic 
avenue to Fort Point channel; Cross street, from 
Commercial street to Haymarket square; Dartmouth 
street, from Tremont street to Stuart street; Harrison 
avenue, from Kneeland street to Dover street ; Mercan- 
tile street, from South Market street to Richmond 
street; Somerset street, from Beacon street to Ash- 
burton place; Sudbury street, from Court street to 
Merrimac street, and State street, from Broad street to 
Atlantic avenue. Atlantic avenue, from Summer street 
to Commercial street, is being repaved and will be com- 
pleted early in the coming year. 

Broadway, from Washington street to the Boston & 
Albany Railroad Bridge; Dorchester avenue, from Free- 
port street to Park street, and Overland street, from 
Brookline avenue to the Boston & Albany Railroad 
were paved with recut granite blocks on a concrete 
base. 

About 25,000 yards of asphalt pavement on a con- 
crete base was laid in Beacon street, Harvard street, 
Charlestown, Park Vale avenue, Saratoga street, South 
street and Brookline avenue. 

About 33,500 yards of bitulithic pavement on a con- 
crete base was laid in Carmel street, Norfolk street and 
North Beacon street. 

Arlington street, from Boylston street to south of 
Providence street, was paved with brick block on a 
concrete base and Park street, from Tremont street 
to Beacon street, with the exception of a small area of 
granite blocks at Beacon street, was paved with filber- 
tine on a concrete base. 



136 City Document No. 26. 

The following contracts are unfinished and work will 
be resumed on them as soon as weather conditions 
permit : 

Bowdoin street, from 78 feet west of Mt. Ida road to' Topliff 
street. 

Pontiac street, from Tremont street to Hillside street. 

Grove street, from Centre street to Washington street. 

Washington street, from Forest Hills to Archdale road. 

North Beacon street, from Cambridge street to Market 
street. 

Atlantic avenue, from Broad street to South Market street. 

Atlantic avenue, from South Market street to Commercial 
street. 

Saratoga street, from Chelsea street to Bennington street. 

Commercial street and Causeway street, from Hanover 
street. 

Atlantic avenue, from Summer street to Broad street. 

Dorchester avenue, from Rawson street to Savin Hill 
avenue. 

Tremont street, from Castle street to Dover street. 

Tremont street, from Common street to Castle street. 

General Plant. 

The buildings in the several yards need extensive 
repairs and provision will be made in the incoming 
budget to care for some of this work. 

One new Buffalo-Pitts steam road roller was pur- 
chased during the year. It has the new scarifying 
attachment and is more efficient than the old style roller. 
The live stock of the division suffered a loss of seven 
in January, by the disaster at the molasses tank in the 
North End district. No new horses have been bought, 
the seven lost having been replaced by horses transferred 
from other departments. 

Lighting Service. 

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, magnetite type, have been installed od 
Commonwealth avenue, city proper; North Beacon 
street and Rogers Park, Brighton ; Blue Hill avenue and 



Public Works Department. 137 

Ericsson street, Dorchester; Andrew square, South 
Boston, and Queensberry street, city proper. 

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

Petitions and requests for new lamps received from 
citizens and from officials, also complaints in relation 
to the Lighting Service, have been investigated and 
attended to. All streets in the underground district 
prescribed for the year 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 : 

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, 2,093; incandescent, 4,478, 
and gas lamps 19,754. 

There are in operation 19,734 arc incandescents and 
gas lamps, divided as follows : 5,280 arcs, 4,596 tungsten 
incandescents, 9,717 single mantle gas lamps and 144 
fire alarm gas lamps. 

Yours respectfully, 

James H. Sullivan, 

Division Engineer. 



138 City Document No. 26. 



HIGHWAY DIVISION — LIGHTING SERVICE. 

Financial Statement. 
Expenditures, February 1, 1918, to January 31, 1919. 
Electric Lighting: 

Arc. 

Edison Electric Illuminating 

Company . . . . . $382,740 66 

Charlestown Gas and Electric 

Company 23,218 80 



$405,959 46 

Rebates deducted in accordance 
with rinding of Board of Gas 
and Electric Light Commis- 
sioners : 

Edison Electric Illu- 
minating Com- 
pany . . . $121,395 65 

Charlestown Gas 
and Electric Com- 
pany . . . 7,582 01 

128,977 66 



$276,981 80 



Incandescent. 

Edison Electric Illuminating 

Company . . . . $83,041 28 

Charlestown Gas and Electric 

Company 20 99 



,062 27 

Rebates deducted in accordance 
with finding of Board of Gas 
and Electric Light Commis- 
sioners : 

Edison Electric Illuminating 

Company 26,350 60 



56,711 67 



Gas Lighting: 

Boston Consolidated Gas Com- 
pany $176,164 18 



Carried forward .... $176,164 18 $333,693 47 



Public Works Department. 



139 



Brought forward .... 
Charlestown Gas and Electric 

Company 

Charlestown Gas and Electric 

Company fire alarm lamps 



$176,164 18 $333,693 47 

10,303 36 

398 98 
186,866 52 



Salaries and Wages: 

Division Engineer (part of) . $1,250 00 

Clerk 1,560 80 

Stenographer 1,029 48 

Lighting inspectors . . . 2,252 34 

Pensions 360 00 

6,452 62 

Automobile Expense: 

Storage . . . . . . $60 00 

Registration 20 00 

Gasolene, oil, etc 62 50 

Shoes and tubes, new and repairs, 111 78 

Supplies 23 75 

Repairs 21 26 

— 299 29 

Construction: 

Changes on account of instal- 
lation of lamps, posts and re- 
moving and relocating lamps, 
posts, etc 6,864 13 

Installing "Boulevard" Lamps and 
Posts: 

Tremont street, from Boylston 
street to Common street, nine 
lamp-posts .... $825 63 

Hanover street, from Court 
street to Commercial street, 
thirty-four lamp-posts . . 1,963 94 

Maverick square, Central square 
and Meridian street, from 
Maverick square to Condor 
street, forty-six lamp-posts . 3,173 21 

5,962 78 

Office Expense: 

Printing $39 34 

Postage 31 00 

Stationery and periodicals . 56 92 

Atlas 37 50 

164 76 

Carried forward $540,303 57 



140 City Document No. 26. 

Brought forward $540,303 57 

Miscellaneous: 

Travel expense (car fares) . . $24 95 

Teaming lamp-posts . . . 10 04 

Typewriter inspection ... 12 00 

46 99 



Total $540,350 56 

Revenue Credited to General Revenue. 
Lighting Boston and Cambridges bridges . . $2,261 64 

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, magnetite type, have been installed on 
Commonwealth avenue, city proper; North Beacon 
street and Rogers park, Brighton; Blue Hill avenue and 
Ericsson street, Dorchester; Andrew square, South 
Boston, and Queensberry street, city proper. 

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

Petitions and requests for new lamps received from 
citizens and from officials, also complaints in relation 
to the Lighting Service, have been investigated and 
attended to. All streets in the underground district 
prescribed for the year have been inspected and neces- 
sary changes and additions have been made. 

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

Public streets and alleys 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, 2,093; incandescent, 4,478, 
and gas lamps, 19,754. 



Public Works Department. 



141 



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gas lamps, divided as follows: 5,280 arcs, 4,596 tungsten 
ineandescents, 9,717 single mantle gas lamps and 144 fire 
alarm gas lamps. 

Lamps Installed. 

Magnetite arc lamps 

Tungsten lamps 

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



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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January, 
1919. 


January, 
1918. 


Increase or 
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144 

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22 

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5,280 




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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. 



February, 1918 

March 

April 

May 

June 

July 

August 

September 

October 

November 

December 

January, 1919. 



$13 80 
7 65 

11 52 
7 22 
6 56 
6 99 
9 37 

10 09 

5 51 
4 05 

6 98 
13 26 



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1,906 40 

343 31 

38 28 

82 37 

20 15 

16 37 

12 25 

4 64 

2 54 

15 70 

42 62 



$168 76 
151 28 

112 53 
93 46 
47 00 
61 44 
58 11 

103 71 
127 02 
167 36 

104 34 

113 24 



$103 00 



$5,067 93 



L,308 25 



Gas Lighting. 

There are 9,717 single mantle gas 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; maintain all such pipes and posts in good con- 
dition 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 repairing 
of same. 



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Electric Lighting. 

There are in use 5,280 magnetite arc lamps, 3,288 
40 candle power, 1,288 60 candle power, 12 100 candle 
power and 8,500 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 and con- 
nections and all other necessary equipment and maintain 
them in good condition and repair. 

The lighting rates for electric lamps are in accordance 
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Description of Lamp. 


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

Note. — Nine 80 candle power reduced to 60 candle 
power. 

Two 80 candle power increased to 100 candle power. 

Six 320 candle power changed to 500 candle power. 



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PAVING SERVICE. 



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

Granite Block Pavement. 

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 blocks 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 
August 29, 1916, and suspended January 21, 1918. In the 
spring of 1918 this contract was canceled with Bernard E. 
Grant and the city forces were ordered to complete the work. 
The city forces completed the wood block pavement, paved the 
intersection at Massachusetts avenue with special cut granite 
blocks, grout joints, on a 6-inch Portland cement concrete 
base, and relaid the brick sidewalks. 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. 

Albany street, from Kneeland street to the Boston & Albany 
Railroad Bridge, is about 1,275 feet in length. A contract for 
paving this street with special cut granite blocks, grout joints, 
on a 6-inch Portland cement concrete base, was awarded to 
Coleman Brothers, July 13, 1918. It is a 56-foot street with a 
roadway 34 to 35 feet in width and sidewalks 8 to 10 feet in 
width. The contractor set the edgestone and paved the 
roadway. In front of the freight houses the sidewalks were 
omitted and the space paved the same as the roadway. The 
sidewalk on the easterly side was paved with brick and on the 
westerly side artificial stone sidewalks were laid. In con- 
nection with this contract work was done on Harvard, Oak and 
Curve streets. The straight edgestone, corners and flagging 
were furnished by the city and hauled by the contractor. The 
circular edgestone and sidewalk bricks were furnished by the 



Public Works Department. 149 

city and delivered on the line of the work. All other material 
was furnished by the contractor. The granite block roadway 
pavement and the artificial stone sidewalks were laid under 
a five-year guaranty. The former surface of the street was 
granite blocks, gravel joints, on a gravel base. 

Atlantic avenue, from Kneeland street to Summer street, is 
about 1,182 feet in length. A contract for paving this street 
with special cut granite blocks, grout joints, was awarded to 
Coleman Brothers July 30, 1918. This street is 100 to 120 feet 
in width with a roadway of 70 to 85 feet in width and side- 
walks of 15 to 25 feet in width. The contractor set the edge- 
stone and paved the roadway. The brick sidewalks were 
relaid where directed and on the westerly side artificial stone 
sidewalks were laid. In connection with this contract work 
was done on Essex, East, Beach and Kneeland streets. The 
straight edgestone, corners and flagging were furnished by the 
city and hauled by the contractor. The circular edgestone 
and sidewalk bricks were furnished by the city on the line of 
work. All other material was furnished by the contractor. 
The tracks of the Boston Elevated Railway Company and the 
Union Freight Company were set to grade and the space 
between the tracks was paved with special cut granite paving 
blocks, grout joints, on a 6-inch Portland cement concrete base. 
The roadway pavement and the artificial stone sidewalks were 
laid under a five-year guaranty. The former surface of the 
street was granite blocks, pitch joints, on a 6-inch Portland 
cement concrete base. 

Atlantic avenue, from Summer street to Broad street, is 
about 2,011 feet in length. A contract for repaving this street 
with special cut granite paving blocks, grout joints, on a concrete 
base, was awarded to Bernard E. Grant, September 17, 1918. 
The street is 100 feet in width, with a roadway 76 feet in width 
and sidewalks 12 feet in width. By order of the Commissioner 
of Public Works the laying of the special cut blocks was omitted 
and the contractor was ordered to relay the old blocks. Work 
was begun October 16, 1918. The old concrete base was cleaned 
and built up to the proper grade with new concrete, the old 
blocks were cleaned, culled and relaid with grout joints. The 
straight edgestone, corners and flagging were furnished by the 
city and hauled by the contractor. The circular edgestone and 
sidewalk bricks were furnished by the city on the line of work. 
All other material was furnished by the contractor. The 
tracks of the Union Freight Company were set to grade and the 
space between the tracks was paved with old granite blocks, 
grout joints, on a 6-inch concrete base. The north roadway has 
been completed from Summer street to about 90 feet west of 
Oliver street. Artificial stone sidewalks were laid on the north 
side from Summer street to Oliver street and for 265 feet 
between Oliver street and Broad street. Work on this contract 
was suspended December 14, 1918, and work will be resumed 



150 City Document No. 26. 

in the spring of 1919. The former surface of this street was 
granite blocks, pitch joints, on a 6-inch concrete base. 

Atlantic avenue, from Broad street to South Market street, 
is about 1,281 feet in length. A contract to repave the surface 
of this street with special cut granite paving blocks, grout joints, 
on a 6-inch concrete base, was awarded to Rossetti & Co., 
September 6, 1918. The contractor hauled the old blocks to 
the city lot on Massachusetts avenue, did the subgrading and 
reset the edgestone. The tracks of the Boston Elevated 
Railway and Union Freight Company were set to grade and 
the entire roadway was repaved with special cut granite paving 
blocks, grout joints, on a 6-inch concrete base. The city 
furnished the edgestone required and all other materials were 
furnished by the contractor. Work was suspended January 
17, 1919. Artificial stone sidewalks were laid on the westerly 
side of the street, and will also be laid on the easterly side in 
the spring of 1919. 

Atlantic avenue, from South Market street to Commercial 
street, is about 1,335 feet in length. A contract to repave the 
surface of this street with special cut granite paving blocks, 
grout joints, on a 6-inch concrete base, was awarded to D'Onfro 
Brothers, September 13, 1918. Work was suspended December 
24, 1918. The contractor hauled the old paving blocks to the 
city lot on Massachusetts avenue, did the subgrading and reset 
the edgestone. The tracks of the Boston Elevated Railway 
and the Union Freight Company are being set to grade and the 
roadway is being repaved with new special cut granite paving 
blocks, grout joints, on a 6-inch concrete base. Artificial stone 
sidewalks are to be laid in 1919. The contractor was not able 
to finish the work this year due to the delay in relaying the car 
tracks. The work will be resumed early in the spring of 1919. 
The city is furnishing all the edgestone required and all other 
materials are being furnished by the contractor. The former 
surface was granite block. 

Broadway, from Washington street to Boston & Albany 
Railroad Bridge, is about 587 feet in length. A contract for 
paving this street with special cut granite paving blocks, grout 
joints, on a 6-inch concrete base, was awarded to James Doherty 
July 30, 1918. It is a 60-foot street with a 40-foot roadway 
and sidewalks 10 feet in width. By order of the Commissioner 
of Public Works the laying of the special cut blocks was omitted 
and the contractor ordered to haul and lay recut paving blocks. 
The tracks of the Boston Elevated Railway were set to grade. 
The contractor set the edgestone and repaved the roadway with 
recut paving blocks, grout joints, on a 6-inch concrete base. 
On the north side, between Washington street and Harrison 
avenue, a part of the brick sidewalk was relaid and artificial 
stone sidewalks were laid on the remaining portion of the street. 
A wooden fence was built on the retaining wall adjoining the 






Public Works Department. 151 

Boston and Albany Railroad property. The straight edgestone, 
corners, recut blocks and flagging were furnished by the city 
and hauled by the contractor. All other material was furnished 
by the contractor, with the exception of the sidewalk bricks and 
circular edgestone which were furnished by the city on the line 
of work. The roadway pavement and artificial stone sidewalks 
were laid under a five-year maintenance guaranty. The former 
surface of the street was granite block, gravel joints, on a gravel 
base. 

Charles street (westerly side), from Boylston street to 
Beacon street, is about 1,313 feet long. A contract to construct 
a parking place for automobiles on the west side of this street 
was awarded to James Doherty December 3, 1918. The 
westerly sidewalk on this street was 17 feet wide, and it was 
decided to cut this back to an 8-foot walk and pave the 9 feet 
taken off for the parking place. The contractor reset the 
edgestone to the new line, did the subgrading, furnished and 
laid a 4-inch concrete base and paved the space with recut 
granite paving blocks, grout joints. The brick sidewalk was 
relaid where necessary. The city furnished the necessary 
edgestones and recut blocks at the city lot on Massachusetts 
avenue. The contractor furnished all other materials. 

Clinton street, from Merchants row across Commercial 
street, is about 608 feet in length. A contract to repave the 
surface of this street was awarded to Coleman Brothers June 21, 

1918. The contractor hauled the old granite paving blocks to 
the city lot on Massachusetts avenue, reset the edgestone, did 
the subgrading and paved the street with special new granite 
paving blocks on a 6-inch concrete base, grout joints. He also 
furnished and laid the artificial stone sidewalks. The city fur- 
nished the edgestones required and the contractor furnished 
all other materials. 

Commercial street, from Hanover street to Prince street, is 
about 1,665 feet in length, and Causeway street, from Prince 
street to westerly side of Washington Street North, is about 
248 feet in length. A contract to repave the surface of these 
streets with special cut, new granite paving blocks was awarded 
to Bernard E. Grant September 13, 1918. An order was 
issued by the Commissioner of Public Works to omit the 
furnishing of the special new blocks and to substitute the 
relaying of the existing blocks with grout joints. The con- 
tractor barred up and cleaned the old blocks and repaired the 
old concrete base. A new concrete base was laid where neces- 
sary. The Boston Elevated Railway and the Union Freight 
Company relaid their tracks and the street is being relaid. 
Artificial stone sidewalks are being furnished and laid. Work 
was begun September 13, 1918, and suspended January 2, 

1919. The work will be started again in the spring of 1919. 
The city furnished the edgestone on the line of work and 



152 City Document No. 26. 

any paving blocks that may be required will be furnished at 
the city lot on Massachusetts avenue. All other materials 
are furnished by the contractor. 

Congress street, from Atlantic avenue to Fort Point channel, 
is about 603 feet in length and Dorchester avenue, from Con- 
gress street to Summer street, is about 321 feet in length. A 
contract to repave these streets was awarded to John E. Quinn 
July 23, 1918. The contractor removed the old blocks, did 
the subgrading, reset the edgestone and paved the street with 
special cut new paving blocks on a 6-inch concrete base, grout 
joints. The contractor furnished all materials with the excep- 
tion of the edgestone which was furnished by the city on the 
line of work. The street pavement and the artificial stone 
sidewalks were laid under a five-year maintenance guaranty. 

Cross street, from Commercial street to Haymarket square, is 
about 1,406 feet in length. A contract to repave this street 
was awarded to Coleman Brothers June 21, 1918. The con- 
tractor hauled the old granite blocks to the city lot on Massa- 
chusetts avenue, reset the edgestone, did the subgrading and 
paved the street with special cut new granite paving blocks 
on a 6-inch concrete base, grout joints. On account of the 
heavy traffic the section between North street and Hanover 
street was widened; one foot being taken from the sidewalks 
on each side and put into the paved roadway, making the road- 
way 2 feet wider than it was. The contractor relaid some of 
the brick sidewalks and furnished and laid artificial stone side- 
walks in certain parts of the street. The city furnished the 
new edgestone required on the line of work and the contractor 
furnished all other materials. The artificial stone sidewalks 
and the granite block paving were laid under a five-year 
maintenance guaranty. 

Dartmouth street, from Tremont street to Stuart street, is 
about 1,752 feet in length. A contract for paving this street 
was awarded to James Doherty June 21, 1918. It is a 60-foot 
street with a roadway 40 feet in width and sidewalks 10 feet in 
width. The contractor set the edgestone and paved the road- 
way with special cut new granite paving blocks on a 6-inch 
concrete base, grout joints. By order of the Commissioner 
of Public Works part of the roadway was repaved with recut 
blocks on a 6-inch concrete base, grout joints. The tracks 
of the Boston Elevated Railway were set to grade and the 
space between the rails paved with special cut blocks. In 
connection with this contract, work was done on Tremont 
and Buckingham streets. Artificial stone sidewalks were also 
constructed. The roadway pavement and artificial stone side- 
walks were laid under a five-year maintenance guaranty. The 
former surface of this street was granite block, gravel joints, 
on a gravel base. 

Dorchester avenue, from Freeport street to Park street, is 



Public Woeks Depaetment. 153 

about 3,352 feet in length. A contract for paving this street 
with recut blocks was awarded to Bernard E. Grant August 29, 

1917. This is a 60-foot street with a 40-foot roadway and side- 
walks 10 feet in width. The contractor did the excavating 
and recut the old granite blocks. Blocks necessary to com- 
plete the work were recut at the Massachusetts avenue lot 
and hauled by the contractor. All other materials were fur- 
nished by the contractor. The westerly side was paved with 
recut granite blocks, grout joints, on a 6-inch concrete base 
from Freeport street to the railroad bridge. Work was sus- 
pended December 17, 1917. By order of the Commissioner of 
Public Works this contract was canceled with Bernard E. 
Grant and a new contract awarded to James Doherty June 21, 

1918. The contractor did the excavating and completed the 
paving with recut granite blocks, grout joints, on a 6-inch 
concrete base. All materials with the exception of the recut 
blocks were furnished by the contractor. Part of the Boston 
Elevated Railway tracks were set to grade and the spaces 
between the rails were paved with recut blocks. In connec- 
tion with this contract, work was done on Park street and 
Dorchester avenue. The pavement was laid under a five-year 
maintenance guaranty. The former surface of this street was 
granite blocks, gravel joints, on a gravel 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 concrete base was awarded 
to Bernard E. Grant August 26, 1916. It is a 60-foot street with 
10-foot sidewalks. 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 contractor 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 circular edgestone was furnished by the 
city on the line of work and all other materials were furnished 
by the contractor. The contractor did the excavating, reset the 
edgestone, recut the paving blocks and paved with the recut 
paving blocks on a 6-inch base, with grout joints. The dummy 
was paved with the shallows of the existing blocks on a 6-inch 
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, grout joints, by the Boston Elevated Rail- 
way Company, previous to this contract. Work on this street 
was started September 25, 1916, and suspended November 17, 
1917. In the spring of 1918 this contract was canceled with 
Bernard E. Grant and the city forces were ordered to com- 
plete the work. The city forces paved a small area of the 
roadway with recut granite blocks, grout joints, on a 6-inch 
Portland cement concrete base, and relaid the brick sidewalks. 



154 City Document No. 26. 

Work on this street was completed and the roadway pavement 
was laid under a five-year maintenance guaranty. The former 
surface of this street was granite block, gravel joints, on a 
gravel base. 

Harrison avenue, from Kneeland street to Dover street, is 
about 2,661 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 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 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 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. The roadway between Dover 
street and the railroad bridge was completed December 17, 
1917. In the spring of 1918 this contract was canceled with 
Bernard E. Grant and a new contract was awarded to Coleman 
Brothers May 27, 1918. The contractor did the excavating, 
set the edgestone, removed the old blocks and paved the road- 
way between Harvard street and the railroad bridge with 
special cut granite blocks on a 6-inch Portland cement concrete 
base. The brick sidewalks were relaid between Broadway 
and Motte street and the rest of the sidewalks were constructed 
of artificial stone. The straight edgestone, corners and flagging 
were furnished by the city and hauled by the contractor. 
The circular edgestone and sidewalk bricks were furnished by 
the city on the line of work. All other materials were furnished 
by the contractor. In connection with this contract, work 
was done on Harvard, Nassau and Oak streets and on Broadway. 
Work was completed June 26, 1918, and the roadway pavement 
and the artificial stone sidewalks were laid under a five-year 
maintenance guaranty. The former surface of this street 
was granite block pavement, grout joints, on a gravel base. 

Mercantile street, from South Market street to Richmond 
street, is about 533 feet in length. A contract to repave this 
street was awarded to Coleman Brothers June 21, 1918. The 
contractor hauled the old granite blocks to the city lot on 
Massachusetts avenue, did the subgrading, reset the edgestone 
and paved the street with special cut new granite paving 
blocks on a 6-inch concrete base, grout joints. From Rich- 
mond street to Clinton street the brick sidewalks were relaid, 
and from Clinton street to South Market street artificial stone 
sidewalks were constructed. The city furnished the edgestone 
and sidewalk bricks and all other materials necessary were 
furnished by the contractor. The artificial stone sidewalks 
and new granite block paving were laid under a five-year 
maintenance guaranty. 



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Neponset a\enue, from Ashmont street to Chickatawbut 
street, is about 1,708 feet in length. A contract for paving 
this roadway was awarded to John F. Lynch October 1, 1917. 
Work was begun October 2, 1917, and suspended December 14, 
1917. Work was resumed March 19, 1918, and completed 
April 26, 1918. Under an extension of this contract the 
easterly side of this street was repaved to Minot street. The 
roadway is 44 feet wide with a double track for street cars in 
the center. It is paved with granite blocks, grout joints, on a 
gravel base. The granite paving blocks were furnished by the 
city and hauled by the contractor. The surplus paving blocks 
and flagging were hauled to the city yard on Codman street by 
the contractor. The granite block paving was laid on this 
street under a five-year maintenance guaranty. 

Somerset street, from Beacon street to Ashburton place, is 
about 320 feet in length. A contract for paving this street 
with special cut granite blocks, grout joints, on a 6-inch Port- 
land cement concrete base was awarded to Bernard E. Grant 
August 16, 1917. No work was clone under this contract and 
by order of the Commissioner of Public Works the contract 
with Bernard E. Grant was canceled and a new contract was 
awarded to Warren Brothers Company June 21, 1918. This 
street has a roadway of 18 feet to 20 feet in width and side- 
walks 6 feet to 8 feet in width. The contractor set the edgestone 
where directed, removed the old blocks, did the excavating and 
paved the roadway with special cut granite blocks, grout joints, 
on a 6-inch Portland cement concrete base. The brick side- 
walks were replaced with artificial stone where directed. The 
straight edgestone, corners and flagging were furnished by the 
city and hauled by the contractor. The circular edgestone and 
sidewalk bricks were furnished by the city on the line of work, 
all other materials necessary were furnished by the contractor. 
The roadway pavement and artificial stone sidewalks were laid 
under a five-year maintenance guaranty. The former surface 
of this street was macadam with granite block gutters on a 
gravel base. 

State street, from Broad street to India street, and from 
Commercial street to Atlantic avenue, is about 769 feet in 
length. A contract to repave this street was awarded to John 
E. Quinn August 22, 1918. The contractor removed the old 
blocks, did the subgrading, reset the edgestone and paved the 
street with new special cut granite blocks on a 6-inch concrete 
base with grout joints. Artificial stone sidewalks were also 
constructed. The city furnished the edgestone and all other 
materials were furnished by the contractor. The new granite 
block paving and artificial stone sidewalks were laid under a 
five-year maintenance guaranty. 

Sudbury street, from Court street to Merrimac street, is 
about 870 feet in length. A contract to pave this street was 
awarded to Simpson Brothers June 21, 1918. The contractor 



156 City Document No. 26. 

hauled the old paving blocks to the city yard on Medford 
street, Charlestown, reset the edgestone, did the subgrading 
and paved the street with new special cut granite blocks on a 
6-inch concrete base, grout joints. Artificial stone sidewalks 
were also constructed. The contractor did considerable 
repaving on the adjoining streets. The city furnished the 
edgestone and some second-hand paving blocks for paving the 
approaches to the street. All other material was furnished by 
the contractor. The new granite paving and artificial stone 
sidewalks were laid under a five-year maintenance guaranty. 

Tremont street, from Boylston street to Common street, is 
about 885 feet in length with a roadway 40 feet and sidewalks 
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, relaid 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 a concrete 
base. The straight edgestone and corners were furnished by 
the city and hauled by the contractor. The sidewalk bricks 
were furnished by the city on the line of the work. All other 
materials were furnished by the contractor. The car tracks of 
the Boston Elevated Railway were set to grade and the space 
between the rails paved with wood blocks on a 6-inch concrete 
base, grout joints, by the railway company. Work on this 
contract by Bernard E. Grant was suspended November 30, 
1917. By order of the Commissioner of Public Works this 
contract was canceled with Bernard E. Grant and a new 
contract to complete the artificial stone sidewalks was awarded 
to Warren Brothers Company June 21, 1918. Artificial stone 
sidewalks were laid where directed and the work was completed 
July 18, 1918. The wood block pavement, granite block 
pavement and artificial stone sidewalks were laid under a five- 
year maintenance guaranty. 

Washington street, from Forest Hills to Archdale road, is 
about 2,745 feet in length. The contract for constructing the 
surface of this street was awarded to Simpson Brothers June 
28, 1918. It is a 60-foot street with 8-foot sidewalks. Work 
was begun July 13, 1918, and suspended December 16, 1918. 
Edgestone has been set, artificial stone sidewalks constructed 
and the roadway paved with 5-inch granite blocks on a concrete 
base, grout joints, on the westerly side of the street. The 
artificial stone sidewalks and granite block pavement 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 work. All other material was furnished 
by the contractor. Work will be resumed early in the spring 
of 1919. 



Public Works Department. 157 

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 blocks was awarded to Bernard E. Grant 
August 16, 1917. The contractor removed the existing wood 
blocks, reset the edgestone, relaid the brick sidewalks where 
directed, cleaned the existing concrete base, paved the roadway 
with new wood blocks on a one (1) inch mortar bed, with sand 
joints. Where the existing wood blocks were found to be in good 
condition between the car tracks it was not disturbed. On por- 
tions of the street the space between the rails was 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 was laid under a five- 
year maintenance guaranty. Work was suspended on this 
street December 23, 1917, and at that time the work was 
accepted as completed. The former surface of this street was 
wood block pavement on a concrete base. 

Asphalt Pavement. 

Beacon street, from Raleigh street to the 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, grout 
joints. The contractor did the excavating and reset the edge- 
stone. The work was started late in the fall of 1917 and it was 
necessary to shut down work on account of the severe weather. 
In the paving done this year the concrete base was omitted and 
the asphalt was laid on the old macadam as a foundation. The 
contractors furnished and laid the artificial stone sidewalks 
where they were not already constructed. The asphalt pave- 
ment and sidewalks were laid under a five-year maintenance 
guaranty. All materials were furnished by the contractor. 
An order was given extending' this work on Brookline avenue to 
the northerly side of Newbury street. 

Brighton avenue, from Commonwealth avenue to Cam- 
bridge street, is about 3,162 feet in length. A contract for con- 
structing 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. Work was resumed 
June 10, 1918, and completed September 19, 1918. This street 
is 100 feet in width, consisting of two roadways, one 25 feet in 
width and one 30 feet wide, 10-foot sidewalks and a 25-foot 
reservation or loam space in the middle of the street. This 
year artificial stone sidewalks were constructed by the con- 
tractor. The city furnished all edgestone required, also the 
paving blocks. All other material was furnished by the con- 



158 City Document No. 26. 

tractor. The asphalt pavement and artificial stone sidewalks 
were laid under a five-year maintenance guaranty. 

Harvard street, Charlestown, from Prescott street to the 
south side of Harvard square, is about 445 feet in length. A 
contract to pave this street was awarded to the Bermudez Com- 
pany September 20, 1917. The contractor reset the edgestone, 
did the subgrading, removed the old block gutters and prepared 
the old macadam surface as a foundation and on this surface 
laid 1^ inches of asphalt wearing surface. They also furnished 
and laid the artificial stone sidewalks. The city furnished the 
edgestone required and the contractor furnished all other 
material. The asphalt pavement and artificial stone sidewalks 
were laid under a five-year maintenance guaranty. 

Maverick square, from Sumner street to Maverick street, is 
about 510 feet in length. A contract to construct the surface 
of this street was awarded to the Bermudez Company Septem- 
ber 20, 1917. This square consists of a 34-foot roadway and a 
10-foot sidewalk on the easterly side of the East Boston Tunnel 
entrance and the roadway on the westerly side is 38 feet in 
width with a 10-foot sidewalk. Work was begun October 25, 
1917, and suspended December 15, 1917. Work was resumed 
July 27, 1918, and completed August 9, 1918. The contractor did 
the subgrading, reset the edgestone, and paved the roadway with 
Mexican asphalt on a 6-inch concrete base, except the gutters 
and brows to the car tracks which are paved with granite 
blocks, grout joints, on a concrete base. This work was done 
in 1917. The artificial stone sidewalks were laid in 1918. The 
contractor furnished all material necessary to do the work. 
The former surface of this street was granite block paving. 

North Russell street, from Cambridge street to Eaton 
street, 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 roadway was paved with Mexican asphalt under this con- 
tract in 1917. The work done this year consisted of laying 
artificial stone sidewalks. The roadway pavement and arti- 
ficial stone sidewalks were laid Under a five-year maintenance 
guaranty. 

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. Work was begun August 26, 1918, and completed Novem- 
ber 13, 1918. This street varies from 60 to 64 feet in width 
and the sidewalks are 10 feet wide. The space between the 
car tracks and in front of the car barn on the westerly side 
was repaved with the old granite blocks, grout joints, on a 
gravel base. The remainder of the westerly side and the 
entire easterly side was paved with sheet asphalt on the old 
macadam for a base. The edgestone was reset in part. A 
small amount of straight edgestone and North River flagging 



Public Works Department. 159 

was furnished by the city on the line of work. A few second- 
hand paving blocks were furnished by the city and hauled by 
the contractor. All other materials were furnished by the 
contractor. The sheet asphalt pavement was laid under a 
five-year maintenance guaranty. 

Saratoga street, from Chelsea street to Bennington street, is 
about 5,924 feet in length. A contract to pave this street 
with asphalt was awarded to the Bermudez Company Septem- 
ber 13, 1918. The contractor did the excavating and subgrad- 
ing, hauled the old granite paving blocks from the part of the 
street that was paved to the city yard on Eagle street, set the 
edgestone, laid the concrete base and paved with asphalt. 
The Boston Elevated Railway removed their abandoned car 
track so that the asphalt paving now extends from curb to curb. 
The work was started September 17, 1918, and suspended 
December 31, 1918, the contractor being compelled to shut 
down the work on account of the lateness of the season. Arti- 
ficial stone sidewalks are to be laid in 1919. The city furnished 
the edgestone on the line of work and the contractor furnished 
all other materials. The original surface of this street was part 
macadam and part granite blocks. 

Brick Block Pavement. 

Arlington street, from Boylston street across Providence 
street, is about 196 feet in length. A contract to pave this 
street with brick block was awarded to Coleman Brothers 
November 25, 1918. The contractor hauled the old granite 
blocks to the city lot on Massachusetts avenue, did the sub- 
grading, furnished and laid a 6-inch concrete base, furnished 
the 1-inch cement sand bed and laid and grouted the brick 
blocks. The city furnished the brick blocks and the contractor 
furnished all other necessary material. The pavement was 
laid under a five-year maintenance guaranty. 

FlLBERTINE. 

Park street, from Tremont street to Beacon street, is about 
510 feet in length. A contract for paving this with Topeka and 
granite block pavement was awarded to Bernard E. Grant 
August 16, 1917. It has a roadway 29 to 48 feet in width and 
one sidewalk 12 to 15 feet in width. About 144 square yards 
of special cut granite blocks, with pitch joints, and 26 yards, 
with grout joints, on a 6-inch Portland cement base, were laid 
under this contract. Work was suspended October 21, 1917. 
By order of the Commissioner of Public Works the contract 
was canceled with Bernard E. Grant and a new contract was 
awarded to Warren Brothers Company June 21, 1918. The 
contractor set the edgestone where directed, removed the old 
blocks and did the excavating. At Tremont street the road- 
way was paved with special cut granite blocks, with grout 



160 City Document No. 26. 

joints, on a 6-inch Portland cement concrete base. From the 
end of the grouted pavement to the bend the roadway was 
paved with filbertine on a macadam foundation, with second- 
hand granite block gutters, grout joints, on a 4-inch Portland 
cement concrete base. From the bend to the paving done by- 
Grant in 1917 the roadway was paved with special cut granite 
blocks, pitch joints, on a 6-inch Portland cement concrete base. 
The brick sidewalks were replaced with artificial stone where 
directed. The straight edgestone, corners and flagging were 
furnished by the city and hauled by the contractor. The 
circular edgestone and sidewalk bricks were furnished by the 
city on the line of work. All the other material necessary was 
furnished by the contractor. The filbertine pavement, 
granite block pavement and the artificial stone sidewalks were 
laid under a five-year maintenance guaranty. The former 
surface of this street was macadam and' granite block paving 
on gravel base, gravel joints. 

Topeka Pavement. 

Washington street, from Talbot avenue to Armandine 
street, is about 2,035 feet in length. A contract to reconstruct 
the surface of this street from Talbot avenue to Ashmont street 
was awarded to Warren Brothers Company August 17, 1918, 
and afterwards extended to Armandine street. Work was 
begun August 12, 1918, and completed September 25, 1918. 
This street is from 60 to 70 feet in width, with a Topeka roadway 
on the existing macadam base, granite edgestone and a 10-foot 
artificial stone sidewalk. The street car tracks were paved 
with granite blocks, grout joints, by the Boston Elevated 
Railway. All the new material required was furnished by the 
contractor. The existing surplus paving material was hauled 
to the city yard by the contractor. The sidewalks and road- 
way were laid under a five-year maintenance guaranty. 

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 : 

Alger street, from Dorchester avenue to New York, New 
Haven & Hartford Railroad, is about 549 feet in length. A con- 
tract for furnishing and placing filling in this street was awarded 
to Frank J. Hannon November 7, 1917. Work was started 
November 12, 1917, and completed June 12, 1918. 

Bowdoin street, from 78 feet west of Mt. Ida road, across 
Topliff street, is about 1,156 feet in length. A contract for 
repaving the surface of this street with asphalt was awarded 
to the Bermudez Company September 20, 1917. Work was 
begun November 11, 1918, and suspended December 17, 1918. 
A part of the artificial stone sidewalks have been laid by the 



Public Works Department. 161 

contractor. The car tracks have been set to grade and the 
space between the rails has been paved by the Boston Ele- 
vated Railway. 

Carmel street, from Tremont street to Delle avenue, is about 
250 feet in length. A contract for constructing the surface of 
this street was awarded to Warren Brothers Company October 
25, 1917. Work was begun April 8, 1918, and completed 
June 14, 1918. It is a 40-foot street with a 26-foot roadway 
paved with bitulithic on a 4-inch Portland cement concrete 
base, 30-inch grouted granite gutters, granite edgestone and 
7-foot artificial stone sidewalks. The straight edgestone and 
paving blocks were furnished by the city and hauled by the 
contractor. The circular edgestone was furnished by the city 
on the line of work. All other materials were furnished by the 
contractor. The contractor hauled the surplus paving material 
to the city yard. The bitulithic roadway and artificial stone 
sidewalks were laid under a five-year maintenance guaranty. 

Cliff mont street, from Canterbury street to 1,120 feet 
southerly. A contract for constructing this street was awarded 
to Martino DeMatteo October 5, 1917. Work was begun 
November 26, 1917, and suspended December 11, 1917. Work 
was resumed April 22, 1918, and completed September 6, 1918. 
It is a 40-foot street with tar macadam roadway, granite edge- 
stone and a 7-foot sidewalk on the westerly side (the edgestone 
and sidewalk were omitted on the easterly side) , and a concrete 
retaining wall with a wooden fence about 270 feet in length 
at the southerly end of the street. The straight edgestone 
and corners were furnished by the city and hauled by the con- 
tractor. The tar binder was furnished by the city on the line 
of work. The artificial stone sidewalk was laid by the con- 
tractor under a five-year maintenance guaranty. 

Con ley street, from Old Colony Parkway to Tenean street, is 
about 473 feet in length. A contract for furnishing filling on 
this street was awarded to D. M. Biggs & Co. July 17, 1917. 
Work was begun July 23, 1917, and completed April 19, 1918. 
(See 1917 report for edgestone and grading by the city forces.) 

Fuller street, from Commonwealth avenue to Brookline 
avenue, is about 146 feet in length. A contract to lay arti- 
ficial stone sidewalks on this street was awarded to the Pignat- 
Vicenzi Mosaic Company July 23, 1918. This street as laid 
out is 50 feet in width, with 8-foot sidewalks. The city paving 
force set the edgestone, did the subgrading, paved the gutters 
and constructed a water-bound macadam roadway. The arti- 
ficial stone sidewalks were laid under a five-year maintenance 
guaranty, work under the contract beginning August 24, 1918, 
and being completed August 27, 1918. 

Qoodale road, from Blue Hill avenue 630 feet northwesterly. 
A contract for constructing this roadway and sidewalk on the 
north side and a concrete retaining wall at the easterly side 
was awarded to William J. Rafferty & Co. July 11, 1918. 



162 City Document No. 26. 

Work was begun July 9, 1918, and completed October 1, 1918. 
It is a 40-foot street with a macadam roadway, grouted granite 
block gutters, granite edgestone and 7-foot artificial stone side- 
walks and a concrete retaining wall with an iron fence on the 
northerly side extending from Blue Hill avenue about 100 feet 
westerly. The straight edgestone and granite paving blocks 
were furnished by the city and hauled by the contractor. The 
circular edgestone was furnished by the city on the line of 
work. All other materials were furnished by the contractor. 
The artificial stone sidewalks were laid under a five-year 
maintenance guaranty. 

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. Work 
was resumed March 25, 1918, and completed April 26, 1918. 
It is a 50-foot street with granite edgestone, granite block 
gutters, 2| feet in width, laid on a 4-inch concrete base with 
cement grout joints, and has a Topeka pavement laid on a 
4-inch concrete base, and brick sidewalks, 8 feet in width. 
The work this year consisted of laying Topeka pavement, 
except about 133 feet at the Venice street end which was laid 
last year. Brick sidewalks were laid also. The sidewalk 
bricks were furnished by the city on the line of work. All 
other materials were furnished by the contractor. 

Grove street, from Centre street to Washington street, is 
about 3,106 feet in length. The contract for grading this street 
was awarded to the Central Construction Company January 4, 
1918. Work was begun January 23, 1918, suspended February 
25, 1918, resumed March 26, 1918, and again suspended 
January 25, 1919. It is a 60-foot street and the work has 
consisted of earth and rock excavation by the contractor. 

Hunnewell street, from Champney street to Atkins street, is 
about 458 feet in length. A contract to build the artificial 
stone sidewalks on this street was awarded to the Pignat- 
Vicenzi Mosaic Company July 23, 1918. This street is a 
40-foot street with 7-foot sidewalks. The city paving force 
set the edgestone, did the subgrading, paved the granite block 
gutters and laid a water-bound macadam surface. The artifi- 
cial stone sidewalks were laid under a five-year maintenance 
guaranty. Work under the contract was begun August 7, 
1918, and completed August 22, 1918. 

MintOn street, from Amory street to Brookside avenue, is 
about 422 feet in length. The contract for constructing the 
surface of this street was awarded to Warren Brothers Com- 
pany October 5, 1917. Work was begun March 29, 1918, and 
completed June 28, 1918. It is a 40-foot street with granite edge- 
stones, block gutters, 2\ feet in width, laid on a4-inch,concretebase 
with grout joints, and has a Topeka pavement laid on a 4-inch 
concrete base, and artificial stone sidewalks 7 feet in width. 



Public Works Department. 163 

The artificial stone sidewalks were laid under a five-year 
maintenance guaranty. The straight edgestone and second- 
hand granite paving blocks were furnished by the city and 
hauled by the contractor. The circular edgestone was fur- 
nished by the city on the line of work. All other materials 
were furnished by the contractor. 

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. Work was resumed 
March 26, 1918, and completed June 13, 1918. It is a 50-foot 
street with granite edgestone, granite block gutters, 2\ feet in 
width, laid on a 4-inch concrete base with grout joints, and has 
a Topeka pavement laid on a 4-inch concrete base and artificial 
stone sidewalks, 8 feet in width. The artificial stone sidewalks 
were laid under a five-year maintenance guaranty. The work 
this year consisted of laying concrete base and Topeka pave- 
ment for a distance of about 258 feet at the Fenway end, and 
laying artificial stone sidewalks. A small amount of straight 
edgestone was furnished by the city and hauled by the 
contractor. 

Neptune road, from Bennington street to the Boston, Revere 
Beach & Lynn Railroad Bridge, is about 1,711 feet in length. 
The contract to construct this street was awarded to the 
Central Construction Company October 9, 1916. Work was 
begun July 11, 1917, and suspended December 12, 1917. 
Work was resumed July 26, 1918, and completed August 28, 

1918. The street as constructed is 100 feet in width, consist- 
ing of two 20-foot roadways, a central reservation, or planting 
space, 20 feet wide and a 20-foot sidewalk on each side consist- 
ing of an artificial stone sidewalk 10 feet wide and a loam space 
10 feet in width. The contractor did the subgrading, set the 
edgestone, furnished and laid a 4-inch concrete base on the 
roadways, on which was laid the asphalt pavement. A granite 
block gutter, with grout joints on a concrete base, was laid 
along the edgestone, loam was furnished, graded and seeded 
on the reservation and the artificial stone sidewalks were fur- 
nished and laid. The contractor also built fences where the 
slopes were high and furnished and laid rip-rap where the sea 
washed the slopes. The city furnished the edgestone and a 
part of the paving blocks for gutters. All other materials 
were furnished by the contractor. The asphalt pavement 
and artificial stone sidewalks were laid under a five-year 
maintenance guaranty. 

Nevada street, from Fairmount street to Wilmington avenue, 
is about 258 feet in length. A contract for constructing the 
surface of this street was awarded to Martino DeMatteo 
October 5, 1917. Work was begun May 28, 1918, and com- 
pleted August 19, 1918. It is a 50-foot street with a 34-foot 
tar macadam roadway, granite edgestone and 8-foot artificial 



164 City Document No. 26. 

stone sidewalks. The straight edgestone was furnished by the 
city and hauled by the contractor. The circular edgestone and 
tar binder was furnished by the city on the line of work. All other 
materials were furnished by the contractor. The artificial stone 
sidewalks were laid under a five-year maintenance guaranty. 

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 Construc- 
tion Company July 17, 1917. Work was begun August 13, 1918, 
and completed November 21, 1918. It is a 60-foot street, 
with a 44-foot bitulithic roadway, on a 6-inch Portland cement 
concrete base, granite edgestone and 8-foot artificial stone 
sidewalks. The street was rough graded and the edgestone 
set between Blue Hill avenue and Clarkwood street in 1917. 
The remainder of the work was done this year. 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 work. All other materials were furnished 
by the contractor. The artificial stone sidewalks and bitulithic 
roadway were laid under a five-year maintenance guaranty. 

North Beacon street, from Cambridge street to Market 
street, is about 3,267 feet in length. A contract for the construc- 
tion of this street was readvertised and awarded to Warren 
Brothers August 24, 1918. Work was started August 26, 1918, 
and suspended January 7, 1919. It is a 60-foot street with side- 
walks 10 feet in width. The contractor set the edgestone, did 
the subgrading, took down a number of large trees, laid a 6-inch 
concrete base, and paved with bitulithic. Most of the cinder 
foundation for the artificial stone sidewalks has been put in and 
the walks will be completed in the spring of 1919. 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 work. All other materials 
were furnished by the contractor. The bitulithic pavement was 
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 October 16, 1917. Work was started October 25, 1917, 
and suspended November 30, 1917. Work was resumed July 
19, 1918, and completed August 8, 1918. This street as con- 
structed is 40 feet wide with 6-foot artificial stone sidewalks. 
The contractor did the grading, set the edgestone, laid a 6-inch 
Portland cement base and paved the roadway with granite 
blocks. He also furnished and laid the artificial stone sidewalks. 
The recut granite paving blocks were furnished by the city and 
hauled by the contractor. All other materials were furnished 
by the contractor. The artificial stone sidewalks were laid 
under a five-year maintenance guaranty. 

Park Vale avenue, from Brighton avenue to Glenville 
avenue, is about 890 feet in length. A contract to pave the 



Public Works Department. 165 

surface of this street with asphalt was awarded to the Bermudez 
Company July 2, 1918. Work was started July 9, 1918, and 
completed August 31, 1918. This is a 40-foot street with side- 
walks 7 feet in width. The contractor did the subgrading, set 
the edgestone, furnished and laid the 6-inch concrete base and 
laid the asphalt pavement. Artificial stone sidewalks were con- 
structed where necessary to complete the street. The city 
furnished the edgestone required and the contractor furnished 
all other material. The asphalt pavement and artificial stone 
sidewalks were laid under a five-year maintenance guaranty. 

Pontiac street, from Tremont street to Hillside street, is 
about 936 feet in length. A contract to construct this street was 
awarded to J. C. Coleman & Sons Company October 22, 1917. 
Work was begun October 26, 1917, and suspended June 19, 1918. 
This street when constructed is to be 40 feet wide and have 
7-foot sidewalks, granite edgestone and 3-foot granite block 
gutters. The street as laid out called for a heavy rock cut 
and earth fill. Most of the work has been done by the contractor 
who has built two heavy rubble retaining walls and wooden 
fences on top of same. Work was suspended to allow the 
Water and Sewer Departments to put in their underground 
structures. 

Radford lane, from Carruth street, across Bushnell street, is 
about 432 feet in length. A contract for constructing the 
artificial stone sidewalks on this street was awarded to Frank 
Drinkwater July 2, 1918. Work was started July 8, 1918, and 
completed July 25, 1918. All materials were furnished by the 
contractor and the sidewalks laid under a five-year maintenance 
guaranty. 

Ralston street, from Dorchester avenue to Old Colony 
avenue, is about 1,127 feet in length. A contract for construct- 
ing this street was awarded to William J. Rafferty & Co. on 
October 9, 1917. Work was begun October 18, 1917, and sus- 
pended December 15, 1917. Work was resumed April 11, 1918, 
and completed May 21, 1918. It is a 40-foot street with granite 
edgestones. 5-inch crushed stone sidewalks, 7 feet in width, 
flagging crosswalks at Dorchester avenue, and has a 6-inch 
bituminous macadam roadway. Concrete retaining walls were 
constructed on each side for a short distance near Dorchester 
avenue. The work this year consisted mainly in constructing 
the 6-inch macadam roadway. The tar binder for the roadway 
was furnished by the city on the line of work and all other 
materials were furnished by the contractor. 

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 Construction 
Company July 28, 1916. Work was started August 8, 1916, 
and suspended November 4, 1916. Work was resumed July 19, 

1917, suspended December 14, 1917, again resumed March 27, 

1918, and completed March 29, 1918. It is a 40-foot street 
with a 26-foot sheet asphalt roadway on a 4-inch concrete base, 



166 City Document No. 26. 

granite edgestone and 7-foot artificial stone sidewalks. A part 
of the sidewalk was omitted on the easterly end of the street on 
account of the continual settlement of the fill. The work done 
this season consisted of laying the sheet asphalt pavement. 
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 work. The asphalt road- 
way and artificial stone sidewalks were laid under a five-year 
maintenance guaranty. 

Stratton street, from Lucerne street across Lyford street, is 
about 916 feet in length. A contract for constructing the sur- 
face of this street was awarded to Martino DeMatteo October 5, 

1917. Work was started April 11, 1918, and completed July 23, 

1918. It is a 40-foot street with a tar macadam roadway, 
granite block gutters and 6-foot crushed stone sidewalks on the 
north side and 7-foot artificial stone sidewalks with granite 
edgestone on the south side. The straight edgestone and granite 
paving blocks were furnished by the city and hauled by the 
contractor. The circular edgestone and tar binder were fur- 
nished by the city on the line of work. All other materials 
were furnished by the contractor. The artificial stone sidewalks 
were laid under a five-year maintenance guaranty. 

Wilmington avenue, from Milton avenue to Nevada 
street, is about 616 feet in length. A contract for constructing 
the surface of this street was awarded to Martino DeMatteo 
October 5, 1917. Work was started May 16, 1918, and com- 
pleted August 19, 1918. It is a 50-foot street with a 34-foot tar 
macadam roadway, granite edgestone and 8-foot artificial stone 
sidewalks. The straight edgestone and corners were furnished 
by the city and hauled by the contractor. The circular edge- 
stone and tar binder were furnished by the city on the line of 
work. All other materials were furnished by the contractor. 
The artificial stone sidewalks were laid under a five-year main- 
tenance guaranty. 

Artificial Stone Sidewalks. 

Amory street (north side), from east side of Bragdon street 
about 384 feet westerly. A contract for constructing an arti- 
ficial stone sidewalk, 8 feet in width, was awarded to Joseph 
A. Singarella June 21, 1918. Work was begun June 20, 1918, 
and completed July 9, 1918. The artificial stone sidewalk was 
laid under a five-year maintenance guaranty. Eleven tree 
pits were also constructed. The contractor furnished all 
material. 

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. Work was resumed March 19, 1918, and com- 
pleted April 26, 1918. All material necessary to do the 



Public Works Department. 167 

work was furnished by the contractor. The sidewalks were 
laid under a five-year maintenance guaranty. 

Back street — on the southerly side of this street near Hereford 
street, for a length of 123 feet, a sidewalk was constructed. A 
contract to construct this sidewalk was awarded to the Pignat- 
Vicenzi Mosaic Company July 23, 1918. The contractor 
omitted the cinder foundation and laid the new artificial stone 
walk on top of the old sidewalk which was low for grade. All 
material was furnished by the contractor. The sidewalk was 
laid under a five-year maintenance guaranty. 

Beach street, from Harrison avenue to Atlantic avenue, is 
about 1,247 feet in length. It is a 50-foot street with a road- 
way 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 re- 
placed the existing brick sidewalks with artificial stone. The 
car tracks of the Boston Elevated Railway were set to grade 
and the space between the rails was paved with special cut 
granite blocks on a 6-inch concrete base. In 1917 the south 
roadway was paved with special cut granite blocks, pitch 
joints, on a 6-inch concrete base, and in 1918, due to a bad 
settlement of the paving caused by the construction of the new 
Sub-Postal Station, the blocks were relaid with grout joints by 
Coleman Brothers. On August 16, 1918, a contract to complete 
the artificial stone sidewalks was awarded to V. Grande. The 
contractor completed the walks September 11, 1918. 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 work. All other materials were 
furnished by the contractors. The granite block pavement 
and artificial stone sidewalks were laid under a five-year main- 
tenance guaranty. 

Brookside avenue, from Boylston street to Green street, is 
about 2,041 feet in length. The contract for constructing 
artificial stone sidewalks was awarded to Warren Brothers 
Company August 16, 1917. Work was started November 
6, 1917, and suspended December 11, 1917. Work was resumed 
May 20, 1918, and completed July 9, 1918. Work this year 
consisted of setting a part of the edgestone, laying a part of the 
granite block gutters, and constructing artificial stone side- 
walks. The straight edgestone, corners and granite paving- 
blocks were furnished by the city and hauled by the contractor. 
All other materials were furnished by the contractor. The 
sidewalks were laid under a five-year maintenance guaranty. 

Brown avenue, from Poplar street to Blakemore street, is 
about 2,311 feet in length. A contract for constructing arti- 
ficial stone sidewalks on this street was awarded to Charles J. 
Jacobs Company August 7, 1917. Work was begun August 
15, 1917, and suspended October 22, 1917. Work was resumed 



168 City Document No. 26. 

and completed August 10, 1918, the street being practically 
completed in 1917. The artificial stone sidewalks were laid 
under a five-year maintenance guaranty. 

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 in width. 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 was 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. Artificial 
stone sidewalks were laid where directed. Work on this con- 
tract was suspended July 9, 1917. On August 16, 1918, a con- 
tract to complete the artificial stone sidewalks was awarded to 
V. Grande. The contractor began work on the artificial stone 
sidewalks September 9, 1918, and completed them September 
10, 1918. The granite block pavement and artificial stone 
sidewalks were laid under a five-year maintenance guaranty. 

Cleveland place, from Margaret street to Snow Hill street, is 
about 255 feet in length. The contract for constructing arti- 
ficial stone driveway in this place was awarded to V. Grande 
October 16, 1917. Work was started April 30, 1918, and com- 
pleted May 29, 1918. A small amount of edgestone was reset 
and the brick sidewalks were relaid on the approaches. Arti- 
ficial stone driveway (extra depth) was constructed under a 
five-year maintenance guaranty. One small corner was fur- 
nished by the city and hauled by the contractor. All other 
materials were furnished by the contractor. 

Evergreen street (westerly side), from South Huntington 
avenue to Day street, is about 847 feet in length. A contract 
for constructing artificial stone sidewalks on this street was 
awarded to Warren Brothers Company August 16, 1917. 
Work was started July 18, 1918, and completed August 12, 1918. 
Edgestone was set and reset, granite block gutter was laid and 
relaid and an artificial stone sidewalk 7 feet in width was laid 
under a five-year maintenance guaranty. The straight edge- 
stone, corners and second-hand granite blocks were furnished 
by the city and hauled by the contractor. All 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 construct- 
ing 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. Work was resumed April 
30, 1918, and completed June 4, 1918. The sidewalks were 
laid under a five-year maintenance guaranty. 



Public Works Department. 169 

Ridge street, from Brown avenue to Sycamore street, is 
about 740 feet in length. The contract for constructing arti- 
ficial stone sidewalks in this street was awarded to Charles J. 
Jacobs August 7, 1917. Work was started October 10, 1917, and 
suspended December 8, 1917. Work was resumed July 12, 
1918, and completed August 10, 1918. All materials were 
furnished by the contractor. The sidewalk was laid under a 
five-year maintenance guaranty. 

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 started August 30, 1917, 
and suspended October 18, 1917. Work was resumed and 
completed August 8, 1918, most of the work being done in 1917. 
All materials were furnished by the contractor. The sidewalks 
were laid under a five-year maintenance guaranty. 

Sycamore street, from Florence street to Ashland street, is 
about 1,263 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 October 19, 1917, 
and suspended December 8, 1917. Work was resumed June 
19, 1918, and completed August 6, 1918. 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 work. All other mate- 
rials were furnished by the contractor. The sidewalks were 
laid under a five-year maintenance guaranty. 

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 paving 
this street with special cut granite blocks on a 6-inch Portland 
cement concrete base, 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 work. All other materials were furnished 
by the contractor. The tracks of the Boston Elevated Railway 
were brought to grade and the space between the rails paved by 
the company. Work on this contract by Bernard E. Grant 
was suspended September 24, 1917. By order of the Commis- 
sioner of Public Works this contract was cancelled with Grant 
and the city paving force was ordered to complete the granite 
block paving. A contract to construct the artificial stone 
sidewalks was awarded to V. Grande August 16, 1918. The 
city force completed the roadway with specia 1 cut granite 
blocks, grout joints, on a 6-inch concrete base. The artificial 
stone sidewalks were completed by V. Grande September 3, 
1918. The granite block pavement and artificial stone side- 
walks were laid under a five-year maintenance guaranty. 



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Financial Statement, Paving Service. 
Maintenance. 

Appropriation . $1,115,283 17 

Expended during the year 1,093,630 65 

Unexpended balance to city treasury . . $21,652 52 

Special Appropriations. 

Granolithic sidewalks: 

Balance February 1, 1918 .... $18,792 22 

Appropriation (from taxes) .... 100,000 00 

$118,792 22 
Transferred to Soldiers' Relief Department . 75,000 00 



$,792 22 
Expended during the year 36,703 13 



Balance January 31, 1919 . . . . $7,089 09 

Reconstructing and repairing streets by contract : 

Balance February 1, 1918 . $172,457 67 

Appropriation (from taxes) . $318,819 27 
Appropriation (from taxes) . 1,541,597 61 

1,860,416 88 



$2,032,874 55 
Transferred to street improvements . . 491,276 94 



$1,541,597 61 
Expended during the year .... 497,830 14 



Balance January 31, 1919 . . . . $1,043,767 47 

Street Improvements. 
Transferred from reconstructing and repairing 

streets, by contract $491,276 94 

Expended during the year 465,067 13 

Balance January 31, 1919 . . . . $26,209 81 

Summary of Expenditures. 

Paving Service $1,093,630 65 

Highways, making of 258,739 07 

Belgrade avenue extension and Beech street 

widening 1,717 11 

Chelsea street, Charlestown, widening . . 8,373 89 



Carried forward $1,362,460 72 



176 City Document No. 26. 

Brought forward $1,362,460 72 

Charles street (now Caledonian avenue), from 

Spring street to Hamilton street ... 47 00 

Granolithic sidewalks . 36,703 13 

Reconstructing and repairing streets by con- 
tract 497,830 14 

Street improvements 465,067 13 

Hyde Park avenue widening . . . 4,121 99 

Norfolk street, Dorchester, widening . . 79,037 46 

$2,445,267 57 



Income. 

Statement showing the amount of bills deposited with 
the City Collector from February 1, 1918, to January 31, 
1919, and credited to general revenue: 

Edgestone and sidewalk assessments . . . $46,213 53 

Permits 12,088 21 

Services of inspectors 7,094 33 

Labor, material furnished, junk sold, rents, etc., 8,048 45 



Amount paid into city treasury during the year 

Edgestone and sidewalk assessments . 

Permits 

Services of inspectors 

Labor, material furnished, junk sold, rents, etc., 



$73,444 52 


fear: 

$28,099 83 

10,630 46 

6,304 19 

9,681 67 


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Schedule A. 

Salary of division engineer (part of) 

Salary of chief engineer (part of) . 

Salary of engineer in charge (part of) . 

Salaries of office clerks and stenographers * . 

Salaries of assistant engineers (office work) . 

Salaries of assistant engineers' and inspectors on 
traffic 

Salaries of permit office clerks 

Salaries of permit office inspectors . 

Salaries of inspectors on artificial stone sidewalks 

Salaries of engineering inspectors (office work) 

Salaries of district inspectors ... 

Salaries of street numbering clerks 

Salary of medical inspector (part of) 

Medical attendance on injured employee (outside) 

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 

Compensation allowed injured employees 

Allowance to employees on military and naval 
service 

Vacations allowed laborers, mechanics, etc. . 

Holidays, not including holidays charged to street 
accounts 

Automobile expense, division engineer . 

Gasolene, oil, grease, etc. . . $276 24 

Repairs 457 41 

New tires and tubes . . . 259 53 

Repairing tires and tubes . . 15 50 

Supplies, etc 47 07 

Miscellaneous .... 10 00 

Wages of chauffeur . . . 1,092 00 

New Buick car . . . . 1,098 00 

Automobile expense, engineer in charge 

Gasolene, oil, grease, etc. . . 351 07 

Repairs 277 15 

New tires and tubes . . . 192 13 

Repairing tires and tubes . . 4 00 

Supplies, etc 52 78 

Miscellaneous 65 00 

Wages of chauffeur 1,092 00 

Automobile expense, chief inspector 

Gasolene, oil, grease, etc. . . 243 52 



$3,750 00 

1,550 00 

350 00 

1,869 77 

8,210 98 

6,124 54 

9,007 78 

16,663 26 

713 31 

1,688 

3,836 

1,278 

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1,461 

11,847 

30,069 68 

2,140 28 



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4,453 62 
27,565 71 

53,116 79 
3,255 75 



2,034 13 



2,057 16 



Carried forward 



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Public Works Department. 



179 



Brought forward . 


$243 52 


$195,237 57 


Repairs 


173 69 




New tubes and tires 


278 75 




Repairing tubes and tires 


74 70 




Storage 


180 00 




Supplies, etc 


4 50 




Miscellaneous 


10 00 




Wages of chauffeur 


1,092 00 




Automobile expense, foreman Brigl 


tton district . 


1,771 58 


Gasolene, oil, grease, etc. 


328 99 




Repairs 


171 78 




New tires and tubes 


180 90 




Repairing tires and tubes 


11 25 




Supplies, etc 


20 16 




Miscellaneous . 


10 00 




Wages of chauffeur 


1,048 50 




Automobile expense, foreman Dorc 


lester district, 


513 07 


Gasolene, oil, grease, etc. 


204 51 




Repairs 


128 62 




New tires and tubes 


143 15 




Repairing tires and tubes 


4 69 




Supplies, etc 


14 83 




Miscellaneous . . . . 


17 27 




Automobile expense, emergency car 




1,321 52 


Gasolene, oil, grease, etc. 


301 71 




Repairs 


689 59 




New tires and tubes 


296 84 




Repairing tires and tubes 


2 50 




Supplies, etc 


20 88 




Miscellaneous . 


10 00 




Automobile expense, claim agent 




153 55 


Gasolene, oil, grease, etc. 


27 60 




New tires and tubes 


37 79 




Repairs 


80 96 




Supplies 


7 20 




Printing 




2,747 82 


Postage 




271 65 


Stationery ...... 




635 75 


Traveling expenses, car fares, etc. . 




675 40 


Advertising 




100 88 


Engineering supplies and incidentals 




1,767 01 


Stationery 


698 14 




Printing 


249 19 




Postage 


148 40 




Car fares 


64 33 




Transit repairs .... 


337 80 




Miscellaneous .... 


269 15 




Chemical laboratory, supplies 


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12 82 


Carried forward . . . . 


5205,208 62 



180 



City Document No. 26. 



Brought forward $205,208 62 

Artificial stone sidewalks (see reconstructing 

and repairing streets by contract) ... 58 04 
Asphalt and bitulithic pavements repaired (see 
reconstructing and repairing streets by- 
contract) 3,496 85 

Amount paid Central Construc- 
tion Company .... $1,959 65 
Temporary repairs, labor, team- 
ing and materials . 1,537 20 
Brick block repairs, labor, materials, etc. . . 1,842 45 
Wood block repairs, labor, materials, etc. . . 5,271 55 
New crosswalks, not included elsewhere . . 70 05 

Fence repairs 8,333 86 

Plankwalk repairs 1,871 05 

Edgestones, sidewalks and gutters (new) not 

included elsewhere 2,216 31 

Rent of land, wharves, etc. (net) .... 2,234 32 

Taxes (net) . 430 01 

Expense of stables, including drivers, 
feeders, fodder, horseshoeing, 
repairs to harnesses, wagons, 

carts, etc $152,815 33 

Amount earned by departm e n t 

teams 132,452 75 

20,362 58 

Electric lighting at yards and stables ... 1 ,390 74 

Gas lighting at yards and stables .... 216 98 

Fuel for heating yard buildings, offices and 

stables 4,295 70 

Electric appliances, labor and materials, yards and 

stables 133 84 

Rent of towels 140 75 

Stoves, pipes, grates, etc. 360 72 

Telephone service 1,511 61 

Derricks, repairing, etc 127 40 

Oil for lighting around defects, etc. . . 1,260 77 

Ice 145 65 

Signs, making and putting up .... 12,523 79 

Labor at snow dumps . . . . . . 508 58 

Tools, hardware, etc., new, cost of repairing, etc., 23,029 93 
Labor, teaming, etc., assisting fuel distributor . 12,717 31 
Expense of yards, including salaries of foremen, 

clerks, yardmen, watchmen, tool wagons, etc., 36,059 82 
Repairs of yard buildings, stables, sheds, shanties, 

etc 7,959 44 

Sanding icy and slippery streets .... 4,640 43 

Repairing culverts and building new culverts . 98 53 

Hoisting engine, fuel and supplies .... 141 80 

Carried forward $358,659 48 



Public Works Department. 



181 



Brought forward 

Uniforms, etc 

Chests for Central Office, making of, etc. 

Premium on surety bonds .... 

Freight, cartage and demurrage 

Marking catch-basins 

Cleaning catch-basins 

Photographs 

Trimming and removing trees 

Damages 

Repairs to and inspection of typewriters and add- 
ing machines 

Plan cases 

Standpipe repairs 

Services, real estate expert and auctioneer . 

Ensigns 

Badges 

Lead seals for cement bags .... 

Teaming empty oil drums .... 

Operating and maintaining concrete mixers . 

Work done and materials furnished, individuals, 
corporations, etc 

Sanitary Service, work done and materials fur- 
nished 

Sewer Service, work done and materials furnished, 

Water Service, work done and materials furnished, 

Street Cleaning Service, work done and materials 
furnished 

Lighting Service, work done and materials fur- 
nished 

Bridge Service, work done and materials fur- 
nished 

Park and Recreation Department, work done and 
materials furnished 

Cemetery Department, work done and materials 
furnished 

Schoolhouse Department, work done and mate- 
rials furnished 

Removing wreckage from Commercial street tank 
accident 

Grading at Brighton Yard 

Derrick boom for South Yard .... 

Tar kettle for Brighton Yard 

Buffalo steam roller, 15 ton 

Steam rollers, cost of operating, re- 
pairing, etc. . . $19,707 71 

Steam roller, amount earned . . 17,790 50 



$358,659 48 

50 00 

29 07 

9 00 

116 91 

156 00 

96 75 

252 10 

52 75 

15 23 

58 45 
39 62 
62 08 
85 00 
34 45 
56 75 
22 50 
14 00 
180 18 

1,686 46 

58 95 
208 85 
175 54 

58 23 
4 41 

37 40 
132 00 
470 93 

10 60 

1,489 75 
849 66 
100 00 
600 00 

5,026 69 



Asphalt plant, setting up and maintaining . 
Carried forward 



1,917 21 
1,652 11 

. $374 ; 469 11 



182 



City Document No. 26. 



Brought forward . 
Asphalt plant operating . 
Less material used on streets 

Stock materials . 

Stock, handling and teaming 



Less stocks delivered on streets 



. a $14,795 86 
. 10,922 08 

. $121,418 72 
40,046 83 

$161,465 55 
124,692 94 



$374,469 11 



3,873 78 



Total 



36,772 61 
$415,115 50 



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

Neponset avenue (west side) , from King square to Ashmont street. Length, 
3,410 feet. Area, 3,597 square yards. Topeka roadway built, 
456 square yards block paving, old blocks furnished and laid on con- 
crete base with grout joints; 115 square yards block paving relaid 
with gravel joints on gravel base; 1,117 square yards granite block 
gutters relaid on gravel base with gravel joints, and 246 square yards 
flagging crosswalks relaid. 



Labor, excavating for edgestone 






$2 25 


Labor, resetting edgestone 






7 50 


Labor, gutter excavating . 








90 00 


Labor, gutter repaving 








388 87 


Labor, roadway excavating 








286 99 


Labor, roadway paving 








399 48 


Labor, macadam excavating 








709 94 


Labor, macadam spreading 








604 17 


Labor, crosswalk excavating 








12 00 


Labor, crosswalk repaving 










37 25 


Labor, street cleaning 










14 24 


Steam roller, rolling . 










35 00 


Steam roller, picking . 










56 00 


Teaming 










1,117 00 


Gravel. 161 yards 










254 06 


Cement, 61 barrels 










158 60 


Sand, 22 yards 










35 60 


Blocks, 19,125 second-hand blocks 






382 50 


Road oil, 600 tons asphalt 






4,602 59 












$9,194 04 



SPECIAL APPROPRIATIONS. 

Belgrade avenue extension and Beech street widening. (Work not started.) 



Engineering 

Printing 

Advertising 

Amount paid to William J. Barry: 
843 cubic yards filling @ 50c, 

Labor 

Insurance on labor . 



$421 50 

329 13 

29 19 



$874 77 
52 02 
10 50 



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,717 11 



Public Works Department. 



183 



Charles street (now Caledonian avenue), from Spring street to Hamilton 
street. 



Engineering 



$47 00 



Chelsea street, Chariest-own, widening, from Chamber street to Foss street. 
(Work uncompleted.) Nine hundred nine square yards granite block 
pavement laid on concrete base, with grout joints, 15 square yards 
artificial stone walks laid, 30 square yards crosswalks relaid, 62 square 
yards brick walks relaid and 75 feet of edgestone reset. 



Engineering . 
Engineering expense . 
Crushed stone, 207.6 tons 
Gravel . 
Salt 
Sand 
Lumber 
Flagging 
Cement, 124 barrels . 
Bricks, 6,900 sidewalk 
Edgestone .... 
Blocks, 45,500 old granite 
Teaming .... 
Labor, grading walks 
Labor, roadway excavation 
Labor, roadway paving 
Labor, concrete base . 
Labor, grouting joints 
Labor, crosswalk excavation 
Labor, crosswalk repaving 
Labor, edgestone excavating 
Labor, edgestone resetting 
Labor, crushed stone sidewalk 
Labor, repairing catch-basin 
Labor, street cleaning 



Credit : Steam roller 



$292 83 

1 98 

392 97 

7 82 

10 SO 
97 74 

11 58 
23 60 

340 09 

89 10 

66 54 

2,103 50 

861 75 

43 24 

1,605 96 

799 29 

710 95 

280 72 

131 66 

123 44 

179 38 

123 42 

11 00 

37 50 

38 84 

88,385 70 
21 00 



$8,364 70 



Hyde Park avenue, Hyde Park. (Widening uncompleted. 



Engineering .... 

Engineering expense . 

Teaming .... 

Lumber .... 

Labor, grading and filling . 

Artificial stone sidewalk laid 

Amount paid to Thomas H. Corrigan, under 

contract : 
Foundation walls and piers 

built at N os. 1245-1249 . . $830 00 

Extra work — Build foundation 

under police , station at No. 

1243 890 00 

Extra work — Build stalls, new 

sills, boarding in basement, 

new windows, doors, etc. . 725 00 



$38 79 
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818 00 
226 44 
511 10 
81 78 



2,445 00 



$4,121 99 



: Charged to special appropriation, Chelsea Street, S8.373. 
Credit on Highways, Making of, Chelsea Street, $9.19. 



184 



City Document No. 26. 



Norfolk street, Dorchester, widening from Corbet street to Blue Hill avenue. 
' Length, 3,780 linear feet. Area, 19,208 square yards. Edgestone set 
and reset, bitulithic pavement laid on macadam base and artificial 
stone walks constructed. 

Engineering $1,654 87 

Engineering expense 22 30 

Inspection 624 88 

Edgestone, 3,054 feet straight, 252 feet 7 inches 
circular, 6 special cut stones, 26 small and 5 

large corners 4,201 59 

Filling, 1,831 vards 915 50 

Teaming 47 00 

Photographs 28 80 

Printing 14 11 

Advertising . 22 00 

Labor, making templets 4 00 

Labor, handling stock . . . . 44 96 

Labor, relocating manholes and catch-basins, 726 52 

<BC QQfi 53 

Credit: Old granite blocks, 6,400 . . . ' 128 00 

$8,178 53 
Amount paid to Warren Brothers, under 
contract : 

Removing trees, etc., . $1,500 00 
5,695 cubic yards earth excava- 
tion @ $1.50 8,542 50 
165 cubic yards rock excava- 
tion @ $6 . . . 990 00 
3,132 linear feet straight edge- 
stone and corners 
hauled and set @, 33c, 1,033 56 
86 linear feet circular edge- 
stone hauled and set @ 
30c. .... 25 80 
548 linear feet straight edge- 
stone hauled and set 
(stored at or near line 
of work) @ 22c . . 120 56 
1,630 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 20c. . 326 00 
34 square yards existing 
granite block paving 
relaid, gravel joints, @, 

75c 25 50 

18,920 square yards concrete 
base and bitulithic 
wearing surface fur- 
nished and laid @ 
$2.96 .... 56,003 20 
47,947 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks furnished 
and laid @ 21c . . 10,068 87 
1,733 square feet artificial stone 
driveways furnished 
and laid @ 24c . 415 92 

10 covers reset @ $3 . . 30 00 



Carried foricard 



$79,081 91 $8,178 53 



Public Works Department. 185 

Brought forward . . $79,081 91 $8,178 53 

Extra work — Furnish 
and lay 2-inch bitu- 
lithic surface on mac- 
adam base, where di- 
rected: 
1,007 square yards bitulithic 
wearing surface on 
macadam base, fur- 
nished and laid® $2.04, 2,054 28 
Extra work — Removing 

tree at No. 612 . . 65 00 

Extra work — Removing 

tree at No. 354 . 60 00 

Extra work — Grade the 
filling where directed, 
outside the street lines 
of Norfolk street : 
17 hours, foreman, @ 75c. . 
167 hours' labor @, 55c. 

Plus 15 per cent on 
$104.60 
1 1 hours, steam roller, @ 
$1.87-1 .... 
4 bags cement @ 80c. 
ij ton crushed stone @. $3 . 
10 cubic feet sand @ 8c. 



12 


75 


91 


85 


15 69 


20 


63 


3 


20 




75 




80 



81,406 86 



Amount paid to Central Construction Com- 
pany, under contract : 

Removing trees, etc. (un- 
finished) .... $400 00 
4,762 cubic yards earth excava- 
tion® $1.19 . . . 5,666 78 
86 cubic yards rock excava- 
tion @ $8 . . 688 00 
1 ,862 linear feet straight edge- 
stone and corners 
hauled and set @ 29c, 539 98 
544 linear feet straight edge- 
stone and corners hauled 
and set (unfinished) @ 

13c 70 72 

134 linear feet circular edge- 
stone set @ 29c. . . 38 86 
147 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 29c. . 42 63 
2,220 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks furnished and 
laid (unfinished) @ 5c. . Ill 00 
Extra work — Protect and 
light street during win- 
ter: 
32 weeks, street lighted, @, 

$12.25 .... 392 00 



$7,949 97 
Less amount paid in 1917, 5,400 64 



2,549 33 

$92,134 72* 



* $13,097.26 of this amount has been charged to Highways, Making of. 



186 City Document No. 26. 



GRANOLITHIC SIDEWALK CONSTRUCTION. 

Adams street (west side), from Codman street to Richmond street. Length, 
2,580 linear feet. Edgestone set, granite block gutters laid and arti- 
ficial stone sidewalks constructed (unfinished work from 1917). 

Engineering $30 54 

Engineering expense 30 

Amount paid to Warren Brothers Company 
under contract: 

Removing trees, etc. . $10 00 

21 cubic vards rock excava- 
tion @ $6 . . . 126 00 
2,095 linear feet straight edge- 
stone hauled and set 

@ 30c 628 50 

285 linear feet circular edge- 
stone set @ 23c . 68 55 
28 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 19c. . 5 32 
819 square yards granite 
block paving hauled 
and laid @ 85c. . . 696 15 
40 square yards existing 
granite block paving 
relaid @ 60c. . . 24 00 
45 square yards existing 
flagging crosswalks re- 
laid @ 60c. ... 27 00 
16,509 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks furnished 
and laid @ 18c. . . 2,971 62 
622 square feet artificial stone 
driveways furnished 



and laid @ 22c. . 


136 84 


3 covers reset @, $3 . 


9 00 


Extra work — Cut 




edgestone to fit drive- 




way: 




1| hours, stonecutter, @ 




75c 


1 13 


Plus 15 per cent on $1.13, 


17 


Extra work — Repair the 




settlement over water 




trench : 




3 hours' labor @ 45c. 


1 35 


Plus 15 per cent on $1.35, 


20 


Extra work — Rebuild 




Bradley head catch- 




basin at Codman 




street : 




3 hours, edgestone setter, 




@75c 


2 25 


12 hours' labor @ 45c. 


5 40 


Plus 15 per cent on $7.65, 


1 15 


Extra work — Grade ap- 




proach at Hillsdale 




street : 




12 hours' labor @ 45c. 


5 40 


Plus 15 per cent on $5.40, 


81 



Carried forward . . . $4,717 84 $30 84 



Public Works Department. 187 

Brought forward . . $4,717 84 $30 S4 

Less amount paid in 1917 3,686 36 



1,031 48 



$1,062 32 



Adams street, from King square to Ashmont street. Length, 3,450 linear 
feet. Area, 42,703 square feet. Edgestone set, gutters paved and 
artificial stone sidewalks constructed. 

Engineering $79 76 

Engineering expense 60 

Edgestone, 55 feet 10 inches straight . . 70 38 

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

Removing trees, bushes, 

etc $100 00 

19 cubic vards water-box 

excavation @ $5 . 95 00 

12.6 cubic yards rock excava- 
tion @ $10 . . 126 00 
1,904 linear feet straight edge- 
stone and corners 
hauled and set @ 30c, 571 20 
174 linear feet circular edge- 
stone set @ 29c. . . 50 46 
3,495 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 18c. . 629 10 
233 linear feet crushed stone 
and concrete founda- 
tion furnished a n d 
placed @ 35c. . . 81 55 
1,883 square yards existing 
granite block Daving 
relaid @ 50c. \ . 941 50 
10 square yards existing 
flagging crossw a 1 k s 
relaid @ 90c. . 9 00 
42,090 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks f u r n ished 
and laid @ 18c. . 7,576 20 
963 square feet artificial stone 
driveways f u mi shed 
and laid @ 18c. . . 173 34 
12 covers reset @ $3 . . 36 00 
Extra work — Regrade 
the settlement over 
sewer trench in side- 
walks, between King 
and Lonsdale streets, 
set the concrete 
hydrant box opposite 
Rosemont street, trim 
the concrete at Boston 
Elevated Railway 
poles where directed 
and cut the circular 
edgestone now on 
street to fit the corner 
of Rosemont street: 
1 1 hours, stonecutt er, 

@ 81Jc. ... I 22 



Carried forward . . $10,390 57 $150 74 



188 



City Document No. 26. 



Brought forward' 
65 hours' labor @, 36c. 

Plus 15 per cent on 

$24.62 . 
Extra work — Build 
artificial stone steps 
and grade the bank in 
front of the Harris 
School: 
164 hours, foreman, @, 75c. 

8 hours, paver, @ 81 |c. 
52| hours, finisher, @ 70c. 
19* hours, helper, @ 45c. 
87 1 hours' labor @ 39c. 

Plus 15 per cent on 
$98.54 . . . . 
Extra work — Excavate 
material above grade: 
54 cubic yards earth excava- 
tion @ $1 
10^ hours, double team, @ 
87ic 

5 hours, single team, @ 

62|e 

347 cubic feet sand @ 6ic. 
1 60 cubic feet cinders @ 5c. . 
40 bags cement @ 65c. 
72 feet B. M. spruce @ $50 
M 

6 pounds lamp black @ 

40c 

Extra work — Grout the 
granite block pave- 
ment with Portland 
cement where directed : 

6 hours, foreman, @ 75c. . 
10 hours, paver, @, 81Jc. 

56 hours' labor @ 36c. 

Plus 15 per cent on 
$32.79 .... 
83 bags cement @, 65c. 
280 cubic feet sand at 6?c. 

9 tons pebbles @ $3.50 
Extra work — Remove 

the artificial stone 
driveways at Adams 
terrace and relay with 
granite block and 
flagging. 

7 hours, foreman, @ 75c 

5 hours, paver, @ 81 |c. 
3 hours, finisher, @ 70c. 
3 hours, helper, @ 45c. 

48 hours' labor @, 39c. 
Plus 15 per cent 
$33.92 . 
12 hours, single team, 
62ic. . 
147 cubic feet sand © 6ic. . 

6 bags cement @, 65c. 

1 pound lamp black @ 40c, 

Carried forward 



@ 



$10,390 57 
23 40 

3 69 



$150 74 



12 


38 


6 


50 


36 


75 


8 


78 


34 


13 



14 78 



54 


00 


9 


19 


3 13 

22 56 

8 00 

26 00 


3 


00 


2 


40 



4 


50 


8 


13 


•20 


10 


4 


\Y1 


60 


45 


18 


20 


31 


50 



5 


25 


6 


50 


2 


10 


1 


35 


18 


72 


5 


09 


7 


50 


9 


56 


3 


90 




40 


$10,877 09 



$150 74 



Public Works Department. 189 

$150 74 



Brought forward 


$10,877 09 


Extra wo rk — Grade 




approaches at Fair- 




view street and Elm- 




dale circle. 




9 hours, foreman, (g). 75c. . 


75 


73 hours' labor @ 36c. 


26 28 


Plus 15 per cent on 




$33.03 .... 


4 95 


12 hours, double team, @ 




87ic 


10 50 




$10,916 57 


Less amount paid in 




1917 .... 


8,457 OS 



2,459 49 
$2,610 23 



Ainsley street, from Rosemont street southerly. 

Final payment on contract of D. M. Biggs <fe Co. for 382 
square feet artificial stone sidewalks relaid, being amount 
retained $11 03 

Amherst street, from Belgrade avenue to Penfield street. (Work not 
started.) 
Engineering $4 48 

Amory street, from Boylston street to Green street. Length, 2,432 linear 
feet. Area, 16,904 square feet. Edgestone reset, granite block 
gutters laid and artificial stone sidewalks constructed. 

Engineering $3 26 

Engineering expense 20 

Amount paid to Warren Brothers Company, 
under contract: 
If cubic yards rock excava- 
tion @ $10 . . $17 50 
47 linear feet circular edere- 

stone set @ 30c. . 14 10 

1,983 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 21c. 416 43 
752 square yards granite 
block paving hauled 
and laid, gravel joints, 

@ 90c 676 80 

69 square yards existing 
granite block paving 
relaid, gravel joints, @, 

75c 51 75 

16,066 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks furnished 
and laid (g 20c. 3,213 20 

838 square feet artificial stone 
driveways furnished 
and laid (a 24c. . 
3 covers reset @, $3 . 

Less amount paid in 1917, 

Less amount retained 



201 12 
9 00 


1,040 75 




$4,599 90 
3,484 15 




$1,115 75 
75 00 






$1,080 21 



190 City Document No. 26. 

Auckland street, from Belfort street 51 feet southerly. Length, 51 linear 
feet. Area, 328 square feet. Edgestone reset, gutters repaved and 
artificial stone sidewalks constructed. (Work done in 1917.) Final 
payment on contract. 

Amount paid to D. M. Biggs, under contract: 
52 linear feet straight edge- 
stone and corners hauled 
and set @, 30c. . . $15 60 

19 square yards granite block 
paving hauled and laid @ 
$!...'.. 19 00 



328 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks furnished and 
laid @ ISc. 


59 04 


$10 65 




Less amount paid in 1917, 


$93 64 
82 99 








$10 65 







Work completed November 17, 1917. 

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

Engineering $6 00 

Engineering expense 10 

Edgestone, 80 feet 5 inches circular . . 104 54 

$110 64 



Belfort street, from Dorchester avenue to Sagamore street. Length, 552 
linear feet. Area, 6,412 square feet. Edgestone set, granite block 
gutters laid and artificial stone sidewalks and driveways constructed. 

Engineering $2 24 

Engineering expense 10 

Amount paid to D. M. Biggs, under contract: 
Removing trees, etc. . $50 00 

5 cubic yards water box ex- 
cavation @ $5 . . 25 00 
SO linear feet straight edge- 
stone and corners hauled 
and set @, 30c. . . 24 00 
29 linear feet circular edse- 

stone set @ 29c. . 8 41 

479 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 18c. . 86 22 
192 square yards granite block 
paving hauled and laid 
@ $1 192 00 
98 square yards existing gran- 
ite block paving relaid 
@ 50c. .... 49 00 
18 square yards existing brick 

sidewalks relaid @ 50c, 9 00 

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

Extra work — Remove 
trees on south side of 
street. 
9 hours, foreman, @ 71c. . 6 75 



Carried forward . . . $1,604 54 $2 34 



Public Works Department. 



191 



Brought forward 
72 hours' labor @ 39c. . 
Plus 15 per cent on $34.83, 
8 hours, auto truck, @ $3.50, 



Less amount paid in 1917, 



$1,604 54 

28 08 

5 22 

28 00 


$1,665 84 
1,288 54 



52 34 



377 30 



179 64 



Belvidere street, from Massachusetts avenue to Dalton street. (Work 
done in 1917.) 



Engineering expense 



$0 10 



Brooks street, from Faneuil street to Hobart street. (Work not started.) 
Engineering $6 00 



Brookside avenue, from Boylston street to Green street. Length, 2,041 
linear feet. Area, 20,320 square feet. Edgestone reset, granite 
block gutters laid and artificial stone sidewalks constructed. 



Engineering . 
Engineering expense 
Inspection 
Edgestone 
Blocks 



Credit: 3,850 old bricks 



Amount paid to Warren Brothers Company, 
under contract: 

3 cubic yards rock excava- 
tion @ $10 . . . $30 00 
2,318 linear feet straight edge- 
stone and corners 
hauled and set @ 35c, 811 30 
109 linear feet circular edge- 
stone set @ 30c. . 32 70 
789 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 21c. . 165 69 
858 square yards granite 
block paving hauled 
and laid, gravel joints, 
@ 90c. . . 772 20 
291 square yards existing 
granite block paving 
relaid, gravel joints, @ 

75c 

5 square yards existing flag- 
ging crosswalks relaid 
@ 75c. . . . . 
7 square yards existing 
brick sidewalks relaid 

@ 30c 

19,403 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks furnished and 
laid © 20c. . 

Carried forward . . . $5,916 59 



$251 -99 

3 40 

85 25 

161 83 

40 00 

$542 47 
26 95 

$515 52 



218 


25 


3 


75 


2 


10 


3,880 


60 



$515 52 



192 • City Document No. 26. 

Brought forward . . $5,916 59 $515 52 

917 square feet artificial stone 
dri veway s furnished 
and laid @ 24c. . . 220 08 

3 covers reset @ $3 . . 9 00 

$6,145 67 
Less amount paid in 1917, 785 40 



$5,360 27 
Less amount retained . 37 50 



5,322 77 

$5,838 29 



Brown avenue, from Poplar street to Blakemore street. Length, 2,311 
linear feet. Area, 24,712 square yards. Reset edgestone, granite 
block gutters repaved, and artificial stone sidewalks constructed. 

Engineering $92 29 

Engineering expense 1 20 

Inspection 103 09 

Amount paid to Charles J. Jacob, under 
contract : 

Removing trees, bushes, 

etc $100 00 

4 cubic yards rock excava- 
tion @ 910 ... . 40 00 
63 linear feet straight edge- 
stone and corners 
hauled and set @ 30c, 18 90 
89 linear feet circular edge- 
stone set @ 20c . . 17 80 
2,593 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 18c. . 466 74 
523 crushed stone and con- 
crete foundations fur- 
nished and laid @ 20c, 104 60 
1,018 square yards existing 
granite block paving 
relaid @ 50c . . 509 00 
52 square yards existing 
flagging crosswalks re- 
laid @ 50c ... 26 00 
24,279 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks furnished and 
laid @ 18c . . . 4,370 22 
433 square feet artificial stone 
driveways furnished 
and laid @ 35c . . 151 55 
1 cover reset @ $3 . . 3 00 
Extra work — Remo v e 
edgestone already set 
and construct drive- 
ways as directed: 
1\ days, foreman, @ $5.50, 
2j days, paver, @ $6 . 

1 day, rammer, @ $3.50 . 
2\ days, stone cutter, @ $6, 
14f days' labor @ $3.40 

Plus 15 per cent on 
$95.48 . 
1| days, double team, @ $7, 

Carried forward . . . $5,828 21 $196 58 



13 75 




13 50 




3 50 




15 00 




49 73 


• 


14 32 




10 50 





Public Works Department. 193 

$196 58 



Brought forward 


$5,828 


21 


Extra work — Repair top 






of stone wall to allow 






construction of artifi- 






cial sidewalk. Repair- 






ing stone wall 


15 


00 


Extra Work — Remove 






tree at No. 12 not 






shown on schedule : 






Tree removed 


30 


00 


lj days, foreman, @ $5.50, 


6 


19 


8 days' labor @ $3.40 


27 


20 


Plus 15 per cent on 






$33.39 . . . 


5 


01 


Extra work — Removing 






twenty-four trees and 






stumps .... 


990 


00 


Extra work — Furnish 






stone cutter and lab- 






orer to make closures 






in edgestone where 






trees were removed: 






2 days, stone cutter, @ $6, 


12 


00 


3 days' labor @ $3.40 


10 


20 


Plus 15 per cent on 






$22.20 .... 


3 


33 


Extra work — Remove 






concrete above grade 






at posts of fence corner, 






Ashland street : 






5 hours' labor @ 42^c. 


2 


13 


Plus 15 per cent on $2.13, 




32 


Extra work — Remove 






tree near Poplar street 






which has blown down ; 






also remove buried 






stumps not shown 






on schedule: 






6| days' labor @ $3.40 


22 


53 


Plus 15 per cent on 






$22.53 . 


3 


38 


lj days, double team, @ $7, 


s 


75 


Extra work — Relocate 






edgestone between 






Allen and Rowe 






streets: 






2H hours, foreman, @, 66-fc, 


14 


33 


207 hours' labor (a 40c. 


82 


so 


Plus 15 per cent on 






$97.13 . 


14 


57 


2 days, double team, @ $7, 


14 


00 


P^xtra work — Remove 






large corners where 






new circular edgestone 






is to be set: 






19 hours' labor @ 40c. 


i 


60 


Plus 15 per cent on $7.60, 


1 


11 



87,198 59 
Less amount paid in 

1917 .... 5,054 53 



2,144 06 

$2,340 64 



194 City Document No. 26. 

Cleveland place, from Margaret street to Snow Hill street. Length, 255 
linear feet. Area, 32.600 square feet. Artificial stone driveway 
constructed. 

Engineering $49 52 

Engineering expense 25 

Inspection 129 86 

Edgestone, 1 second-hand corner ... 2 00 

Amount paid to V. Grande, under contract: 
3 linear feet straight edge- 
stone and corners hauled 
and set @ 50c. . . $1 50 

22 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset ) 35c. . 7 70 
15 square yards existing gran- 
ite block paving relaid, 
gravel joints, @, $1_ . 15 00 
5 square yards existing 
brick sidewalks relaid @ 
$1 5 00 



3,260 square feet artificial stone 




drivewavs furnished and 




laid @ 35c. . 


1.141 00 


2 covers reset @ $3 


6 00 


Extra work — Fur- 




nish labor and stone- 




cutter to dress founda- 




tions as required : 




16 hours' labor @ 42|c. 


6 80 


3 hours, stonecutter, @ 




65c 


1 95 


Plus 15 per cent on $8.75 . 


1 31 


Allowance for delay under 




Article 8 of contract, on 




account of street being 




occupied by gas com- 




pany : 




60 hours, watchman, @ 40c, 


24 00 


Plus 15 per cent on $24 


3 60 



1,213 86 

$1,395 49 

Dix street, from Adams street, 120 feet westerly. Final payment on 
contract of D. M. Biggs & Co. for work done in 1917, constructing 
artificial stone sidewalks $34 14 

Dorchester avenue, from Park street to Peabody square. Length, 4,535 
linear feet. Area, 26,783 square feet. Edgestone set, granite block 
gutters laid and artificial stone sidewalks and driveways constructed. 
Unfinished work from 1917. 

Engineering $55 50 

Engineering expense 05 

Amount paid to D. M. Biggs, under contract: 
Removing trees, bushes, 

etc $100 00 

29 linear feet circular edge- 
stone set @ 29c. . 8 41 



Carried forward . . . $108 41 $55 55 



Public Works Department. 195 

Brought forward . . . $108 41 $55 55 

3,164 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 18c. 569 52 
1,176 square yards existing 
granite block paving 
relaid @ 50c. . . 588 00 
28 square yards exist ing 
flagging c r o s swalks 
relaid @ 90c. . . 25 20 
3* square yards existing 
brick sidewalks relaid 
@ 50c. ... 1 50 
25,787 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks furnished 
and laid @ 18c. . . 4,641 66 
996 square feet artificial 
stone driveways fur- 
nished and laid @ 18c, 179 28 
3 covers reset @ $3 . 9 00 
Extra work — Haul sur- 
plus sidewalk bricks to 
Beacon street: 
7 hours, auto truck @, 

$3.50 .... 24 50 

Extra work — Replace 
the driveway at No. 
1807: 
2 hours, paver, @. 81Jc. 
9 hours' labor @ 39c. 
Plus 15 per cent on $5.14, 



Less amount paid in 1917, 



Dorchester avenue, from Freeport street to Park street. Length, 3,262 
linear feet. Area, 43,604 square feet. Artificial stone sidewalks and 
driveways constructed. Edgestone reset. (Work done in 1917.) 
(Final payment in 1918.) 

$5 83 



1 63 
3 51 

77 


1,040 56 




$6,152 98 
5,112 42 






$1,096 11 



Engineering ... 




Amount paid to Warren Brothers 


Company, 


under contract: 




Removing trees, etc. 


$10 00 


11 linear feet circular edge- 




stone set @ 23c. . 


2 53 


4,585 linear feet existing edge- 




stone set @ 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 


1 cover reset @ $3 


3 00 



Carried forward . . . $9,553 68 $5 83 



City Document No. 26. 



Brought forward 

Extra work — Remove 
tree stump found be- 
neath the surface of 
the sidewalk on west 
side, between East and 
Hecla streets: 
32 hours' labor @ 45c. 

Plus 15 per cent on $14.40 

I hours, double team, @ 

S7 2 l c 

Extra work — Remove 
the large corner from 
the northerly corner of 
Hecla street and re- 
place with circular 
edgestone: 

13 hours, paver, @ 75c. 
9 hours, stone cutter, 

75c. 

14 hours' labor @ 45c. 
Plus 15' per cent on 

$22.80 . 
Extra work — Replace 
damaged artificial sur- 
face at Nos. 1464 and 
1434. 
16 hours, finisher, @, 75c. 
40 hours' labor @ 45c. 
Plus 15 per cent on $30 
1 double load sand @, $5 
16 bags cement @ 65c. 



Less amount paid in 1917 



),553 68 



14 40 

2 16 

3 50 



$5 83 



«> 



9 75 

6 75 
6 30 

3 42 



12 00 






18 00 






4 50 






5 00 






10 40 






$9,649 86 




8,109 58 


1,540 28 






$1,546 11 







Edison Green, at No. 6. 

Final payment, under contract with D. M. Biggs <fr Co., for construct- 
ing artificial stone sidewalks for work done in 1917 



$10 06 



Evergreen street (westerly side), from South Huntington avenue to Day 
street. Length, 847 linear feet. Area. 5,119 square feet. Edge- 
stone reset, granite- block gutters laid and artificial stone sidewalks 
constructed. 

Engineering 

Engineering expense 

Inspection 

Edgestone, 214 feet 9 inches straight and 4 
small corners 

Blocks, 3,000 old granite 



Credit : Bricks, 800 old 



Amount paid to Warren Brothers Company, 
under contract: 
2 cubic yards rock excava- 
tion'® $10 . . $20 00 




Carried forward 



$20 00 



$507 25 



$507 25 



Public Works Department. 197 

$507 25 



Brought forward 


$20 


00 


245 linear feet straight edge- 






stone and corners 






hauled and set @ 35e., 


85 


75 


293 linear feet existing edge- 






stone reset @ 21c. 


61 


53 


86 square yards granite block 






paving hauled and laid, 






gravel joints, @ 90c. . 


77 


40 


100 square yards existing gran- 






ite block paving relaid. 






gravel joints, @, 75c. . 


75 


00 


4 square yards existing flag- 






ging crosswalks relaid 






@ 75c 


3 


00 


5,062 square feet artificial stone 






sidewalks furnished and 






laid @ 20c. . . 


1,012 


40 


57 square feet artificial stone 






drivewavs furnished and 






laid ® 24c. . 


13 


68 


1 cover reset @ $3 


3 


00 




$1,351 


76 


Less amount retained 


37 


50 



1,314 26 
— $1,821 51 



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

Engineering $6 00 

Hanover street, from Court street to Commercial street. Length, 3,309 
linear feet. Area, 33,524 square feet. Edgestone reset, granite 
block paving relaid and artificial stone sidewalks constructed. (Unfin- 
ished work from 1917.) 

Engineering $67 76 

Inspection 67 65 

Amount paid to V. Grande, under contract: 
Removing trees, etc. $10 00 

15 cubic yards water box 

excavation @ $5 . 75 00 

17 linear feet circular edge- 
stone set @ 50c. . 8 50 
1,796 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 35c. . 628 60 
200 square yards concrete 
base furnished and 
laid @, $1.25 . 250 00 
243 square yards existing 
granite block paving 
relaid, gravel joints, 
@ $1 243 00 
21 square yards existing 
brick sidewalks relaid 
@ $1 . 21 00 
33,233 square feet artificial 
stone sidewalks fur- 
nished and laid @ 18c, 5,981 94 



Carried forward . . . $7,218 04 $135 45 



198 City Document No. 26. 



Brought forward . . . $7,218 04 $135 41 

291 square feet artificial stone 
driveways furnished 
and laid @ 35c. . . 101 85 

2 covers reset @ $3 . . 6 00 

Extra work — Cut con- 
crete at subway wall 
and remove and cut 
existing edgestone as 
directed: 
2 hours, mason, @ 75c. . 1 50 

17 hours, stonecutter, @ 

65c 11 05 

20 hours' labor @ 40c. .' 8 00 

Plus 15 per cent on $20.55, 3 08 

Extra work — - Reset 
Bradley head catch- 
basin near easterly 
corner of Commercial 
street ; Bradley head 
catch-basin reset . 5 00 



$7,354 52 
Less amount paid in 1917 4,689 45 



2,665 07 
$2,800 48 



Holbrook street, from Centre street to Dane street. (Work not started.) 
Engineering $14 93 

Holton street, from Everett street to Franklin street. (Work not started.) 
Engineering $6 00 

Hyde Park avenue, west side, from Tower street to Walk Hill street. (Work 
done in 1917.) 

Engineering $5 44 

Amount paid to Warren Brothers Company, 

under contract: 
Cost of work done . $3,460 10 

Amount paid in 1917, $2,941 09 
Amount retained . 37 50 

2,978 59 

481 51 



Amount paid in 1918 $4 86 95 

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

Engineering $12 35 

Inspection 50 

Amount paid to D. M. Biggs, under contract: 
Removing trees, bushes, 

etc $15 00 

20 cubic yards water box ex- 
cavation @, $5 . . 100 00 
2.6 cubic yards rock excava- 
tion @ $10 . 26 00 



Carried fonvard . . . $141 00 $12 85 



Public Works Department. 199 

Brought forward . $141 00 $12 85 

907 linear feet straight edge- 
stone and corners hauled 
and set @ 30c. . 272 00 

38 linear feet circular edge- 
stone set @, 29c. . . 11 02 
31 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 18c. . 5 58 

478 linear feet crushed stone 
and concrete foundation 
furnished and placed (5 
35c 167 30 

322 square yards granite block 
paving hauled and laid 
@ $1 . . . . 322 00 

21 square yards existing 

granite block paving 
relaid @ 50c. . . 10 50 

5,616 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks furnished and 
laid @ 18c. . . . 1,010 8S 

382 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks furnished and 
laid unfinished @, 12c. . 15 84 

120 square feet artificial stone 

driveways @ 18c. . 21 60 

4 covers reset @ $3 . 12 00 

i dry well @ $10 . 10 00 

Extra work — Build a 
drain to connect the 
edgestone trench on 
north side of street with 
surface sewer in the 
street: 

22 hours, foreman, @ 75c. . 
91 hours' labor @ 39c. . 

Plus 15 per cent on $51.99, 

7 hours, double team, @ 

87|c 

1 bag cement @ 65c. . 
14 feet 6-inch drain pipe @ 
45c 

1 12-inch by 6-inch Y-pipe 
@ $5.40 .... 
Extra work — R'emove 
the artificial stone drive- 
ways at Abbotsford ter- 
race, and relay with 
flagging and p a v i n g 
block : 

6 hours, foreman, (g> 75c. . 

8 hours, paver, @ Sljc. 
3-| hours, finisher, @ 70c. 
3| hours, helper, @ 45c. 

27| hours' labor @ 39c. . 

Plus 15 per cent on $25.75, 

1 pound lamp black @ 40 c, 
120 cubic feet gravel @ 6§c. . 

4 bags cement @ 65c. 

Carried forward . . $2,148 51 $12 85 



16 
35 

7 


50 
49 

SO 


6 


13 
65 


6 30 


5 


10 



4 50 


6 


50 


2 


45 


1 


58 


10 


73 


3 


86 




40 


7 


SO 


2 


60 



200 City Document No. 26. 

Brought forward . . $2,148 51 $12 85 

Extra work — Excavate 
the material a bove 
grade: 

63 cubic yards extra excava- 
tion @, $1 . . 63 00 



$2,211 51 
Less amount paid in 1917. 1,547 39 



664 12 

— $676 97 

Lamartine street, from Boylston street to Green street. Work done in 1917. 
Cost of work done by Warren Brothers Com- 
pany, under contract $6,094 62 

Amount paid in 1917 5,096 73 

$997 89 
Amount retained . . . . . 37 50 



$960 39 

Mapleton street, from Murdock street to Market street. (Work not 
started.) 
Engineering $2 00 

Market street (east side), from Sparhawk street to Mapleton street. (Work 
not started.) 
Engineering $2 

Neponset avenue, from King street to Boutwell street. Length, 1,200 
linear feet. Area, 9,460 square feet. Edgestone set, granite block 
gutters laid and artificial stone sidewalks and driveways constructed. 
(Work done in 1917.) Final payment in 1918. Began July 23, 1917. 
Completed September 27, 1917/ 

Engineering $2 72 

Engineering expense "20 

Amount paid to D. M. Biggs, under contract: 
Removing trees, bushes, 

etc $20 00 

14 cubic yards water-box 

excavation @ $5 . . 70 00 

0.7 cubic vards rock excava- 
tion @, $10 . 7 00 
13 linear feet circular edge- 
stone set @ 29c. . . 3 77 
978 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 18c. . 176 04 
367 square yards existing 
granite block paving 
relaid © 50c. . 183 50 
22 square yards existing 
flagging crosswalks 
relaid © 90c. . 19 80 
8,914 square feet artificial 
stone sidewalks fur- 
nished and laid @ 18c, 1,604 52 
546 square feet artificial 
stone driveways fur- 
nished and laid @ 18c, 98 28 



Carried forward . . . $2,182 91 $2 92 



Public Works Department. 201 

Brought forward $2,182 91 $2 92 

3 covers reset @ $3 . 9 00 

Ext r a work — Remove 

two trees: 
Removing two trees 50 00 

Extra work — Rebuild 
catch-basin at corner 
of South Munroe ter- 
race and at No. 147 : 
9 hours, mason, @ 65c. 5 85 • 

9 hours, tender, @ 36c. . 3 24 

Plus 15 per cent on $9.09, 1 36 

155 brick® $15 M. ... 2 33 

5 bags cement @ 65c. 3 25 
Extra work — Grade 

approaches at South 

Munroe terrace and 

Clayton terrace : 

14 hours, foreman, @ 75c. 

3 hours, finisher, @ 70c. 
55 hours' labor @ 36c. . 

Plus 15 per cent on $32.40, 

9 hours, double team, @ 

87^c 

4 hours, single team, @ 62^c, 

6 bags cement @ 65c. . 
27 cubic feet sand @, 65C 

1 pound lamp black @, 40c, 
Extra work — Remove 
three trees between Nos. 
135-145: 
125 hours, foreman, @ 75c. 
ISO hours' labor @ 36c. . 

Plus 15 per cent on $74.18, 
9 hours, double team, @ 

87^c 

9 hours auto truck @ $3.50, 



Less amount paid in 1917, 



10 


50 


2 


10 


19 


80 


4 86 


7 


88 


2 


50 


3 


90 


1 


7li 




10 


9 


38 


64 


so 


11 


13 


7 


ss 


31 


50 


12,436 


33 


1,785 


29 



651 04 

$653 96 



Norfolk avenue (west side), from Shirley street to Burrell street. 

Engineering $5 00 

Engineering expense 10 

$5 10 

Park street (north side), from Clayton street to Adams street. (Work 
done in 1917.) 

Engineering $7 95 

Final payment to D. M. Biggs & Co. for work 

done under contract in 1917 .... 207 52 

$215 47 



Paid Gore .street (north side), from No. 12 to Chestnut avenue. Length, 
1,350 linear feet. Area, 8,214 square yards. Edgestone reset, 
granite block gutters laid and artificial stone sidewalks constructed. 
Work done in 1917. 



202 City Document No. 26. 

Engineering $14 59 

Engineering expense . .... 15 

Amount paid to Warren Brothers Company, 
under contract: 
8 cubic yards water-box ex- 
cavation @ $2 . . $16 00 
12 cubic, yards rock excava- 
tion @ $10 ... 120 00 
847 linear feet straight edge- 
stone and corners hauled 
and set @ 35c. . . 296 45 
48 linear feet circular edge- 
stone set @ 30c. . . 14 40 
455 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 21c. . 95 55 
334 square yards granite block 
paving hauled and laid, 
gravel joints, @, 90c. . 300 60 
153 square yards existing gran- 
ite block paving retaid, 
gravel joints, @ 75c 114 75 
8,103 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks furnished and 
laid @ 20c. . . . 1,620 60 
111 square feet artificial stone 
driveways furnished and 
laid @ 24c. ... 26 64 



$2,694 99 
Less amount paid in 1917, 1,990 44 



$614 55 
Amount retained . . 37 50 



577 05 

$591 79 



Richmond street (north side), from Adams street to Dorchester avenue. 
Length, 1,620 linear feet. Area, 4,680 square feet. Edgestone reset, 
gutters repaved and artificial stone sidewalks constructed. Work 
done in 1917. Final payment in 1918. 

Engineering $24 42 

Amount paid to Warren Brothers Company, 
under contract: 

Removing trees, etc. . $20 00 

5 cubic yards rock excava- 

_ tion @ $6 30 00 

14 linear feet straight edge- 
stone hauled and set @ 
30c. .... 4 20 

1,549 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 19c. . 294 31 
537 square yards exist ing 
granite block paving re- 
laid @ 60c. . . • : 322 20 
8,185 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks furnished and 
laid @ 18c. . . . 1,473 30 
S05 square feet artificial stone 
driveways furnished and 
laid @ 22c. ... 177 10 



Carried forward . . . $2,321 11 $24 42 



Public Works Department. 203 

$24 42 



Brought forward 


$2,321 11 


2 covers reset @ $3 


6 00 


Extra work — Remove 




the existing edgestone 




for new driveways and 




trim the edgestone for 




semi-depressed drive- 




ways where directed: 




60 hours, stonecutter, @ 75c, 


45 00 


14 hours, edgestone setter, @ 




75c 


10 50 


10 hours, helper, @ 60c. 


6 00 


34 hours' labor @ 45c. . 


15 30 


Plus 15 per cent on $76.80, 


11 52 




$2,415 43 


Less amount paid in 1917, 


1,624 35 



791 08 

$815 50 

Ridge street, from Brown avenue to Sycamore street. Length, 740 linear 
feet. Area, 7,548 square feet. Edgestone reset, granite block gutter 
repaved and artificial stone sidewalks constructed. (Unfinished work 
from 1917.) 

Engineering $43 40 

Engineering expense 1 04 

Inspection 18 30 

Edgestone, 301 feet straight .... 216 72 

Amount paid to Charles J. Jacobs, under 

contract : 
1,300 linear feet straight edge- 
stone and corners haul- 
ed and set @ 30c. . $390 00 
57 linear feet circular edge- 
stone set @ 20c. . . 11 40 
130 linear feet crushed stone 
and concrete foundation 
furnished and placed @ 
20c. ..... 26 00 

75 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 18c. . 13 50 
451 square yards granite block 
paving hauled and laid 

@ 85c 383 35 

16 square yards existing gran- 
ite block paving relaid 

@ 50c 8 00 

7,248 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks furnished and 
laid @ 18c. . . . 1,304 64 

300 square feet artificial stone 
driveways furnished and 
laid @ 35c. . . 105 00 

Extra work — Remove 
edgestone and construct 
driveways, where di- 
rected: 
4J hours, stonecutter, @ 75c, 3 38 

1* hours, edgestone setter, (a\ 

75c 1 13 



Carried forward . . . $2,246 40 $279 46 



204 City Document No. 26. 

Brought forward . . . $2,246 40 $279 46 

2\ hours, edgestone setter, (S 

87§c 

6| hours' labor @ 42|c. 
4 hours' labor @ 50c. 
Plus 15 per cent on $11.46, 
If days, double team, @ $7 . 
§ day, double team, @ $8 . 
1 bag cement @ 80c. . 



Less amount paid in 191' 



$2,246 


to 


2 


19 


2 


76 


2 


00 


1 


72 


9 


63 


4 


00 




SO 


$2,269 50 


1,273 


SI 



995 69 

$1,275 15 



Rockwell street (north side), from Washington street to Milton avenue and 
south side from Milton avenue, 190 feet easterly. (Work not started.) 

Engineering $5 00 

Engineering expense 28 

$5 28 

Roscmont street, from Adams street to Ousting street. Length, 385 linear 
feet. Area, 4,647 square feet. Edgestone set, granite block gutters 
laid and artificial stone sidewalks and driveways constructed. (Work 
done in 1917.) Final payment in 1918. 

$6 00 



Engineering 




Amount paid to D. M. Biggs, under contract: 


Removing trees, etc. 


$15 00 


6 linear feet straight edge- 




stone and corners 




hauled and set @ 30c, 


1 80 


433 linear feet existing edge- 




stone reset @ 18c. 


77 94 


225 linear feet crushed stone 




and concrete foundation 




furnished and placed 




@ 35c 


78 75 


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 cover reset @ $3 


3 00 




$1,080 95 


Less amount paid in 1917, 


900 49 



180 46 

$186 46 



Scotia street, from St. Cecilia street to Dal ton street. (Work done in 1917.) 

Engineering $3 00 

Engineering expense 10 



$3_10 

Seymour street, from Brown avenue to Canterbury street. (Work done 
in 1917.) 



Public Works Department. 205 



Engineering 




$63 76 


Inspection 




48 10 


Engineering expense . 




39 


Amount of contract with Charles 






J. Jacobs Company 


$2,659 00 




Amount paid in 1917 . 


2,187 05 


471 95 







$584 20 

Sherwood street, from Ashland street to Florence street. Length, 1,561 
linear feet. Area, 14,705 square feet. Reset edgestone, granite 
block gutters laid and artificial stone sidewalks constructed. 



Engineering 




$29 85 


Inspection 




23 24 


Edgestone, 442 feet, 10 inches straight 




318 7S 


Amount paid to Charles J. Jacobs 


i, under 




contract : 






12^ cubic yards water-box ex- 






cavation @ $2 


$25 00 




20^ cubic yards rock excava- 






tion @ $10 . 


205 00 




2,959 linear feet straight edge- 






stone and corners 






hauled and set © 30 c. 


887 70 




143 linear feet circular edge- 






stone set @ 20c. 


28 60 




5 linear feet existing edge- 






stone reset @ 18c. 


90 




1,490 linear feet crushed stone 






and concrete founda- 






tion furnished and laid 






@ 20c . . . . 


29S 00 




1,077 square yards granite 






block paving hauled 






and laid @ 85 c. . 


915 45 




7 square yards existing 






flagging crosswalks re- 






laid @ 50c. . 


3 50 




14,351 square feet artificial stone 






sidewalks furnished 






and laid @ 18c. . 2,583 18 




254 square feet artificial stone 






driveways furnished 






and laid (5 35c. . 


88 90 




1 cover reset @ $3 


3 00 




Extra work — Furnish 






stonecutter to joints, 






edgestone where direc- 






ted: 






1§ days, stonecutter, (a $6, 


9 00 




Plus 15 per cent on $9, 


1 35 




Extra work — Remove 






buried stump not 






shown on plan: 






8 hours' labor @42|c. 


3 40 




Plus 15 per cent on $3.40, 


51 




Extra work — Reset 






edgestone and relay 






gutter where directed 






on account of change 






in grade: 







Carried forward . . . $5,053 49 $371 87 



206 City Document No. 26. 



Brought forward . . . $5,053 49 $371 87 

3| days, foreman, @ $5.50, 

5 day, subforeman, @$4.50, 
3J days, paver, @ $6 . 

3 days, rammer, @ $3.50. 
20| days' labor @ $3.40 

Plus 15 per cent on 
$119.34 
1 day, double team, @ $7, 

6 tons crushed stone @ 

$1.75 .... 
1 double load gravel @ 
$2.50 .... 
3 bags cement @ 65c. 
I5 gallons kerosene @ 16c, 
Extra work — Construct 
additional driveways 
as directed: 
9 hours, stonecutter, @, 

75c 6 75 

Plus 15 per cent on $6.75, 1 01 

« day, double team, @ $7, .2 00 



$5,053 


49 


18 


56 


2 


25 


18 


75 


10 


50 


69 


28 


17 


00 


7 00 


10 


50 


2 


50 


1 


05 




24 



$5,222 68 
Less amount paid in 1917, 4,08170 



1,140 98 
$1,512 85 



Shirley street, south side, from Clifton street to Norfolk avenue. (Work 
done in 1917.) 

Engineering $5 00 

Engineering expense 10 

— $5 10 

Sycamore street, from Florence street to Ashland street. Length, 1,263 
linear feet. Area, 17,228 square feet. Reset edgestone, granite 
block gutters repaved, and artificial stone sidewalks constructed. 
Unfinished work from 1917. 



Engineering 




$129 23 


Engineering expense .... 




4 42 


Inspection 




357 87 


Edgestone, 1,070 feet straight and 


16 small 




corners 




1,185 05 


Blocks: 16,000 second hand 




320 00 


Amount paid to Charles J. Jacobs, under 




contract : 






6 cubic yards water box 






excavation @ $2 


$12 00 




1 cubic yard rock excava- 






tion @ $10 . 


10 00 




2,470 linear feet straight edge- 






stone and corners 






hauled and set @ 30c, 


741 00 




64 linear feet circular edge- 






stone set @ 20c 


12 80 




22 linear feet existing edge- 






stone reset @ 18c. 


3 96 




466 linear feet crushed stone 






and concrete founda- 






tion furnished and laid 






@20c 


93 20 





Carried forward . . . $872 96 $1,996 57 



Public Works Department. 207 

Brought forward . . . $872 96 $1,996 57 

918 square yards granite 
block paving hauled 
and laid @ 85c. . . 780 30 

10 square yards existing 
granite block paving 
relaid @ 50c. . . 5 00 

1 square yard existing 

nagging crosswalks 
relaid @ 50c. . . 50 

16,189 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks furnished and 
laid @ 18c. . . . 2,914 02 

1,049 square feet artificial stone 
driveways furnished 
and laid @ 35c. . . 367 15 

2 covers reset @ $3 . . 6 00 
Extra work — Construct 

driveways not shown 
on plan: 
days, edgestone setter, @ 



$7 


17 


50 


\ day's labor @ $3.40 


1 


70 


9| days' labor @ $4 . 


39 


50 


Plus 15 per cent on $58.70, 


8 


81 


1\ hours, auto truck, @ $3, 


22 


50 


1^ days, double team, @ $8, 


12 


00 


4^ hours, single team, @ 75c, 


3 


38 


1 bag cement @, 80c. 




80 


1 cubic foot sand @ 8c. 




08 


200 pounds crushed stone @ 






$3 per ton . 




30 


Extra work — -Move 






fence and cap of wall 






at corner of Florence 






street back to line of 






street and place filling 






back of same, moving 






fence and cap of wall, 






etc. .... 


15 


00 


Extra work — Haul 






edgestone which was 






delivered near Poplar 






street to its proper loca- 






tion: 






54 hour's labor @ 42§c. 


22 


95 


Plus 15 per cent on $22.95, 


3 


44 


3 days, double team, @ $7, 


21 


00 



$5,114 89 
Less two small corners 
delivered to contractor, 
@ $3.65 ... 7 30 



$5,107 59 
Less amount paid in 1917, 2,263 97 



2,843 62 

$4,840 19 



208 City Document No. 26. 

Tower Street, from Hyde Park avenue to Forest Hills Cemetery. Work done 
in 1917. 

Cost of work done in 1917, under contract with 

Warren Brothers Company . $2,861 73 

Amount paid in 1917 . . 2,432 47 

$429 26 

Amount now retained . . . . . 37 50 

$391 76 



Walk Hill street, from Hyde Park avenue about 400 feet southerly (west 
side). Work done in 1917. 

Cost of work done in 1917, under contract with 

Warren Brothers Companv . . $£82 11 

Amount paid in 1917 494 79 

$87 32 

West Sclden street, from Crossman street 2, 100 feet easterly. Length, 2, 100 
linear feet. Area, 30,190 square feet. Edgestone reset, granite block 
gutters relaid, artificial stone sidewalks and two driveways constructed. 
(Work done in 1917.) 



Engineering 




$10 77 


Engineering expense . 




20 


Amount paid to Warren Brothers 


Company, 




under contract: 






Removing trees, etc. 


$10 00 




24 cubic yards water box ex- 






cavation @ $1.15 


27 60 




13 linear feet straight edge- 






stoned hauled and set 






@ 30c. . 


3 90 




2,457 linear feet existing edge- 






stone reset @ 19c. 


466 83 




650 square yards existing 






granite block paving 






relaid @, 60c. 


390 00 




29,787 square feet artificial stone 






sidewalks furnished 






and laid @, 18c. . 


5,361 66 




403 linear feet artificial stone 






driveways furnished 






and laid @ 22c. . 


S8 66 




9 covers reset @ $3 . 


27 00 




Extra work — Remove 






the existing edgestone 






and put in new drive- 






ways at Nos. 93, 125 






and 192: 






20 hours, paver, @ 75c. 


15 00 




28 hours' labor @ 45c. 


12 60 




Phis 15 per cent on 






$27.60 .... 


4 14 




4 hours, double team, @, 






S7§c 


3 50 





$6,410 89 
Less amount paid in 1917, 5,407 64 



1,003 25 
■ $1,014 22 



Public Works Department. 



209 



Westville street (north side), from Orchardale street to 205 feet east of Bow- 
doin street. (Work done in 1917.) 
Engineering ... .... $4 72 

Cost of work done in 1917, under contract 
with Warren Brothers Com- 
pany $622 11 

Amount paid in 1917 ... 477 34 

144 77 

$149 49 



Westville street (south side), from Bowdoin street to Iowa street. (Work 

done in 1917.) 
Amount paid for work done in 1917, under 

contract with Warren Brothers Company . 
Amount paid in 1917 

Wrentham street. (Work not done.) 

Engineering 

Engineering expense . . . . . 



$179 34 
152 44 


$26 90 

i 

i 
$25 92 


$25 47 
45 









$1,356 40 




. ., i 


4 91 






579 62 






5 25 






22 00 






22 50 






20 30 






10 50 


mdei 


' con- 





RECONSTRUCTION AND REPAIRING STREETS, BY 
CONTRACT. 

Atlantic avenue, from Kneeland street to Summer street. Length, 1,182 
linear feet. Area, 8,414 square yards. Edgestone reset, granite 
block pavement laid and artificial stone sidewalks constructed. 

Engineering .... 

Engineering expense 

Inspection .... 

Advertising .... 

Labor, stonecutters 

Testing blocks 

Bricks 

Photographs 

Amount paid to Coleman Brothers, 
tract : 

1,061 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset (g) 30c. 

1,614 cubic yards concrete base 
furnished and laid @ 
$12 

S,414 square yards granite block 
paving furnished and 
laid including, preparing 
site, cement sand bed 
and cement mortar 
under head of rails, 
grout joints, % $4.75 . 
square yards existing 
granite block paving 
and flagging crosswalks 
relaid, grout joints, (8 
$2 . 
640 square yards brick side- 
walks relaid @ 75c. 

3,704 square feet artificial 
stone sidewalks fur- 
nished and laid (a 35c, 



$3 IS 30 



19.368 00 



1.326 



39,966 50 



2,652 00 
480 00 



( 'arried forward 



1,296 40 
$64,0^1 20 



',021 4S 



210 



City Document No. 26. 



Brought forward 
21 covers reset @ $3 . 
Extra work — Barring 
and ramming sewer 
trench : 
63 hours' labor @, 45c, . 
Plus 15 per cent on $28.35, 



Atlantic avenue, from Summer street to Broad street. Length, 1,191 
linear feet. Area, 4,521 square yards. Edgestone reset, granite block 
pavement relaid and artificial stone sidewalks constructed. (Work 
unfinished.) 



$64,081 20 
63 00 


$2,021 48 


28 35 
4 25 


' 




64,176 80 









Engineering . 
Engineering expense . 
Inspection 
Advertising . 
Labor, making templets 
Labor, stonecutter 
Testing blocks 
Edgestone 



$1,361 87 

3 71 
906 67 

5 25 
66 38 

4 00 
22 50 
16 65 



Credit: Bricks, old sidewalk 



2,387 03 
67 20 



Amount paid to B. E. Grant, under contract: 
11 linear feet circular edge- 
stone set @ 40c. $4 40 
1,191 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 25c. . 297 75 
674 cubic yards concrete 
base furnished and laid 
@ $10.50 . . . 7,077 00 
541 square yards existing 
granite block paving 
relaid, gravel joints, 



J,319 83 



68 s q u a r e yards existing 
brick sidewalks relaid 
@ 75c. .... 

1 54,590 square feet artificial 
stone sidewalks fur- 
nished and laid @ 21c, 
Extra work — Omit the 
furnishing and. laying 
of new granite block 
and substitute the 
relaying of existing 
granite block paving, 
including c I e a n i ng 
blocks, cement sand 
bed, etc.: 

4,521 square yards existing 
granite block paving 
relaid grout joints, @ 
$2.75 

Carried forward 



541 00 



51 00 



2,643 90 



12,432 75 



$23,047 80 $2,319 83 



Public Works Department. 



211 



Brought forward 

Extra work — Haul 
to Massachusetts ave- 
nue lot all rejected 
granite blocks and 
flagging and haul from 
Massachusetts avenue 
lot to Atlantic avenue 
all suitable blocks 
required: 

TISsquare yards blocks 
a n d flagging hauled 
to Massachusetts ave- 
nue lot and suitable 
blocks hauled to 
Atlantic avenue @ 
50c 



Less amount retained 



$23,047 80 $2,319 83 



359 00 



$23,406 80 
1,470 34 



21,936 46 



$24,256 29 



11 


40 


1,256 


81 


5 


25 


16 


00 


2 00 


22 


50 


19 


88 


69 


81 


$2,596 26 


217 


00 


$2,378 66 



Atlantic avenue, from Broad street to South Market street. Length, 1,417 
linear feet. Area, 10,014 square yards. Edgestone set, granite block 
pavement laid and artificial stone sidewalks constructed. (Work 
unfinished.) 

Engineering . . . $1,192 61 

Engineering expense . 

Inspection 

Advertising . 

Labor, making templets 

Labor, stonecutter 

Testing blocks 

Lumber 

Edgestone 



Credit: Blocks, old granite 



Amount paid to Rossetti & Co., under 
contract : 
46 linear feet straight edge- 
stone and corners 
hauled and set (5; $1 • 
9 linear feet circular edge- 
stone set @ $1 . 
1,417 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 75c. 
1,751 cubic yards concrete base 
furnished and laid @ 
$10.15 .... 
973 square yards existing 
granite block paving 
relaid, gravel joints, @ 

$2 

10.014 square yards granite 
block paving furnished 
and laid, grout joints, 
@$5.20 



$46 00 

9 00 

1,062 75 



17,772 65 



1.946 00 



52,072 80 



Carried forward 



$72,909 20 $2,378 66 



212 



City Document No. 26. 



Brought forward ... 


$72,909 20 $2,378 66 


908 square yards existing 




granite block paving 




relaid, grout joints, @ 




$1.75 .... 


1,589 00 


236 square yards existing 




brick sidewalks relaid 




@ 50c. ... 


118 00 


6,555 square feet artificial stone 




sidewalks furnished 




and laid @ 14c. . 


917 70 


6 covers reset @ $3 . 


18 00 


1 1 courses of brickwork @, 




50c. 


5 50 


Extra work — Excavate 




and fill back of sea wall, 




as directed. 




7 hours, foreman, @ 75c. . 


5 25 


42 hours' labor @ 55c. 


23 10 


4 hours, mason, @ 75c. 


3 00 


Plus 15 per cent on 




$31.35 .... 


4 70 




$75,593 45 


Less 5 per cent retained, 


3,779 67 




71 ^l^ 7^ 




1 l.Olu i O 




*7 | i no | | 




•|p * T, 1 . '_ *±-x 









$1,106 10 








6 81 








861 90 








5 25 








12 00 








2 00 








55 09 








167 22 








22 50 



Atlantic avenue, from South Market street to Commercial street. Length, 
1,061 linear feet. Area, 5,011 square yards. Edgestone reset, granite 
block pavement laid. (Work unfinished.) 

Engineering . 

Engineering expense . 

Inspection 

Advertising . 

Labor, making templets 

Labor, stonecutter 

Edgestone 

Blocks 

Testing blocks 

Amount paid to D'Onfro Brothers, under 
contract: 

24 linear feet circular edge- 
stone set @ 60c. . 

1,061 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 60c. 
961 cubic yards concrete base 
furnished and laid @ 
$10 

2,508 square yards granite block 
paving relaid, gravel 
joints and bed, @ $2 . 

5,01 1 square yards granite block 
paving furnished and 
laid, grout joints, etc., 
(4 $4.85 .... 
569 square yards existing gran- 
ite block paving relaid, 
grout joints, etc., @ 
$2.50 .... 



$14 40 
636 60 



9.610 00 



5.016 00 



24,303 35 



1,422 50 



Carried forward 



$41,002 85 $2,238 87 



Public Works Department. 



213 



Brought forward 
32 covers reset @ $3 
19 courses of brick work 
50c 



Less amount retained, 5 
per cent .... 



$41,002 85 $2,238 87 
96 00 

9 50 



$41,108 35 
2,055 42 



39,052 93 



$41,291 80 



Broadway, from Washington street to Boston & Albany Railroad Bridge. 
Length, 587 linear feet. Area, 2,314 square yards. Edgestone reset, 
granite block gutters laid and artificial stone sidewalks constructed. 



Engineering . 










$865 28 


Engineering expense . 










11 75 


Inspection 










443 53 


Advertising . 










10 85 


Labor, making templets 










20 00 


Lumber 










10 22 


Photographs 










10 50 


Blocks, recut granite . 










3,327 75 


Teaming .... 


3 00 




$4,702 88 


Credit : Bricks, old sidewa 


k 








135 80 



Amount paid 
contract ; 

981 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 28c. 
38 square yards existing gran- 
ite blocks and flagging 
relaid, grout joints, (a) 
$3.35 .... 
289 square yards brick side- 
walks relaid @ 40c. 
* 7,483 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks furnished and 
laid @ 23c. . 
5 covers reset @ $3 . 
Wood fence completed . 
Extra work — Omit new 
granite blocks and sub- 
stitute recut blocks, etc. : 
2,314 square yards recut granite 
blocks hauled and laid, 
grout joints, concrete 
base, etc., @ $3.90 
Extra work — Cut con- 
crete around Boston 
Elevated posts : 
9 hours' labor @ 50c. . 
4 hours, stonecutter, @ 75c, 
Plus 15 per cent on $7.50, 



to James Doherty, under 

$274 6S 

127 30 
115 60 



1,721 09 

15 00 

234 00 



9,024 60 



$4,567 OS 



4 50 




3 00 




1 13 






11,520 90 





$16,087 98 



* Decrease of six cents per square foot. 



214 



City Document No. 26. 



Causeway street, from Prince street to Washington Street North, 
not started.) 



(Work 



Engineering . 
Engineering expense 
Advertising . 



$499 35 

90 

8 25 



$508 50 



Centre street, from South street to Spring street. (Work not started.) 
Engineering $185 61 



Commercial street, from Causeway street to Hanover street. Length, 
1,821 linear feet. Area, 2,637 square yards. Edgestone reset, granite 
block pavement relaid and artificial stone sidewalks constructed. 
(Work unfinished.) 



Engineering . 








$1,346 64 


Engineering expense . 








7 28 


Inspection 








1,080 71 


Advertising . 








8 20 


Labor, stonecutter 








32 00 


Blocks, old granite 








1,040 00 


Edgestone 








187 30 






$3,702 13 


Credit: Bricks, old sidewalk 




64 40 




$3,637 73 


Amount paid to B. E. Grant, under 


contract 




132 linear feet straight edge- 






stone and corners 






hauled and set @ 50c, 


$66 0C 




19 linear feet circular edge- 






stone set @ 50c. 


9 5C 




1,821 linear feet existing edge- 






stone reset @ 30c. . 


546 3C 




405 cubic yards concrete base 






furnished and laid @ 






$10.50 .... 


4,252 50 




754 square yards existing 






granite block paving 






relaid, gravel joints, @ 






$1.50 .... 


1,131 00 




140 square yards existing 






brick sidewalks relaid 






@$1 . 


141 00 




11,263 square feet artificial stone 






sidewalks furnished 






and laid @ 24c. . 




2,70 


3 12 





Extra work — Omit the 
furnishing and laying 
of new granite blocks 
and substitute the re- 
laying of existing 
granite block paving: 
2,631 square yards granite 
blocks relaid @ $2.75, 

Carried forward 



7,235 25 
$16,084 67 $3,637 73 



Public Works Department. 



215 



Brought forward 

Extra work — ■ Return old 
granite blocks, barred 
up and hauled to 
Massachuestts avenue 
lot and haul to Massa- 
chusetts avenue lot all 
rejected granite blocks, 
etc.: 
1,896 square yards blocks 
hauled from Massa- 
chusetts avenue lot @ 

50c 

492 square yards blocks 
hauled to and from 
Massachusetts avenue 
lot @ 50c. . 



$16,084 67 $3,637 73 



••!.:!* nij 



246 00 



$17,278 67 
Less 5 per cent retained, 863 93 



Amount not paid by 
Auditor 



$16,414 74 
761 65 



15,653 09 



$19,290 82 



Congress street, from Atlantic avenue to Fort Point Channel. Length, 603 
linear feet. Area, 4,235 square yards. Edgestone reset, granite 
block paving laid and artificial stone sidewalks constructed. 



Engineering . 

Engineering expense . 

Inspection 

Advertising . 

Labor, making templets 

Lumber 

Edgestone 

Teaming 



Credit: Bricks, old sidewalk 



Amount paid to John E. Quinn, under con- 
tract : 

109 linear feet circular edge- 
stone set @ 50c. . . $54 50 
948 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 40c. . 379 20 
886 cubic yards concrete base 
furnished and laid @ 

$10 8,860 00 

282 square yards existing 
granite block paving re- 
laid with gravel joints 
@ $1 2X2 00 

4,235 square yards granite block 
paving furnished and 
laid, grout joints, ce- 
ment sand bed, @ $4.60, 



Carried forward 



19,481 00 
$29,056 70 



$400 68 

1 82 

230 38 

8 25 

24 00 

10 50 

158 92 

3 00 

$837 55 
318 50 

$519 05 



$519 05 



216 



City Document No. 26. 



Brought forward 


$29,056 70 


130 square yards existing gran- 




ite block paving relaid, 




grout joints, @ $1.80 . 


234 00 


52 square yards existing 




brick sidewalks relaid 




@ 50c 


26 00 


3,338 square feet artificial stone 




sidewalks furnished and 




laid ® 30c. . 


1.001 40 


5,198 square feet artificial stone 




sidewalks furnished and 




laid @ 24c. 


1,247 52 


10 covers reset @.$3 


30 00 


Extra work — Cutting out 




old concrete base: 




47 hours, foreman, (a; 66|c, 


31 33 


302 hours' labor @ 50c. . 


151 00 


Plus 15 per cent on $182.33, 


27 35 



$519 05 



31,805 30 



$32,324 35 



Dorchester avenue, from Congress street to Summer street. Length, 321 
..linear feet. Area, 2,376 square yards. Granite block paving and 
artificial stone sidewalks laid. 



; Engineering . . . . . 






$120 06 




. Engineering expense . ... 






3 82 




inspection 






49 50 




Advertising 






8 25 




Photographs . ... 






14 00 




Labor, making templets 






16 00 




Bricks 






14 00 




Amount paid to John E. Quinn, u 


nder con 






tract : 








18 cubic yards gravel filling 








furnished and placed @ 








$1 . . . 


$18 0( 


) 




390 linear feet existing edge- 








stone reset @ 40c. 


156 0( 


) 




400 cubic yards concrete base 








furnished and laid @ 








$10 . ... 


4,000 0( 


) 




14 square yards existing gran- 








ite block paving relaid, 








gravel joints, @ $1 


14 0( 


) 




2,376 square yards granite block 








paving furnished and 








laid, grout joints, @ 








$4.60 . • . • . ■ 


10,929 6( 


) 




28 square yards existing 








brick sidewalks relaid 








@ 50c. . . . 


14 0( 


) 




1,650 square feet artificial stone 








sidewalks furnished and 








laid @, 30c. . ; . 


495 0( 


) 




1,111 square feet artificial stone 








sidewalk furnished and 








laid @ 24c. . 


266 (> 


1 r i SQ'^ 94 








JLU,0./0 Ls^ 


$16,118 87 







Public Works Department. 217 



Dorchester avenue, from West Second street to Old Colony avenue, and in 
and near Andrew square and in Southampton and Boston streets. 

Engineering; . 

Inspection 

Blocks .... 

Bricks .... 



Teaming 

Amount paid to Boston Transit Department 

for work done, under contract with Central 

Construction Company: 

Dorchester avenue, from West Second street to 
Old Colony avenue and adjoining streets. 
9,249 square yards concrete base 

@ $1.25 .... $11,561 25 
466 barrels cement in cement 

sand bed @ $1.97 . 91S 02 

1,826 square yards block paving 
relaid with grout joints 

@28c 511 28 

8,010 square yards granite block 
pavement recut and re- 
laid with grout joints 
@ $1.05 .... 8,410 50 



$182 15 

1,282 50 

900 00 

100 52 

476 87 



Dorchester avenue, in and near Andrew square. 
3,430 square yards concrete base 

@ $1.30 . . . . $4,459 00 
115 barrels cement in sand bed 

@ $1.97 .... 226 55 

1,141 square yards cement sand 

bed @ 36c. . . . 410 76 

726 square yards old granite 

paving blocks relaid 

with grout joints @ 

30c. .... 217 80 

1,589 square yards old paving 

blocks recut and relaid 

with grout joints @, 

$1.10 .... 1,747 90 

1,119 square yards old granite 

paving blocks recut and 

relaid with grout joints 

© $1.95 . . . . 2,182 05 

63 square yards old granite 

paving blocks relaid 

with gravel joints @ 



85c 

218 linear feet edgestone reset 
®35c 

302 square yards brick side- 
walks relaid @ 40c. 


53 55 

76 30 

120 80 


Boston Street. 

1,685 square vards concrete base 

® $1.30 .... 
95 barrels cement in cement 

sand bed (5 $1.97 


$2,190 50 

187 15 



21,401 05 



9,494 71 



Carried forward . . . $2,377 65 $33,837 80 



218 City Document No. 26. 

Brought forward . . . $2,377 65 $33,837 SO 
1,663 square yards old granite 
paving blocks recut and 
relaid with grout joints 
@ $1.10 . . . . 1,829 30 



So uthampton Street . 




4,206 95 


85 square vards granite pav- 






ing blocks relaid with 






grout joints @ $1.15 


$97 75 




85 square vards cement sand 






bed @ 36c. . 


30 60 




SI square vards concrete base 






@ $1.30 .... 


105 30 




235 square vards old granite 






paving blocks recut and 






relaid with grout joints 






@, $1.95 .... 


45S 25 


691 90 

* $38,736 65 







Dorchester aienue, from Rawson street to Savin Hill avenue. (Work not 
started.) 

Engineering $1,422 07 

Engineering expense 16 84 

Advertising 5 75 

Teaming 157 50 



— $1,602 16 

East Broadway, from Dorchester street to L street. (Work not started.) 

Engineering $906 96 

Engineering expense 9 71 

Advertising 5 80 



Leverett street, from Green street to Charles street. 

Engineering $435 54 

Engineering expense 10 

Advertising 5 25 



Rutherford aienue, from Chapman street to Cambridge street. 

Engineering $1,087 16 

Engineering expense 7 42 



$922 47 



$440 89 



$1,094 58 



Saratoga street, from Chelsea street to Bennington street. Length, 2,500 
linear feet. Area, 8,527 square yards. Edgestone set and asphalt 
roadway laid. 
Engineering . 
Engineering expense 



Inspection 

Advertising 

Lumber 

Edgestone, 2,376 feet straight, 213 feet 4 

inches circular and 14 small corners . . 3,241 89 



,361 89 
44 30 

823 19 

5 80 

12 00 



Carried forward $6,489 07 



* Of this amount $2,942.04 was charged to appropriation foi street improvements. 



Public Works Department. 219 

Brought forward $6,489 07 

Blocks 10 00 

Labor, making templets 474 88 

Teaming 213 96 

Amount paid Metropolitan Water and Sewer- 
age Board for regulating catch-basins . 538 81 
Amount paid to the Bermudez Company, 

under contract: 
2,500 linear feet straight edge- 
stone set @28'c. . $700 00 
268 linear feet circular edge- 
stone and corners set 

@ 30c SO 40 

6,800 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 28c. 1,904 00 
100 square yards existing 
granite block paving 
relaid for edgings, con- 
crete base, grout joints, 
® $3.50 . . . 350 00 
8,527 square yards concrete 
base, bituminous 
binder and asphalt 
wearing surface fur- 
nished and laid, sub- 
grade and concrete 
base (unfinished), @ 

17,054 00 



5,100 square yards concrete 




base, bituminous con- 




crete binder and as- 




phalt wearing surface 




furnished and laid @ 




$3.42 .... 


51,642 00 


16 covers reset @ $3 . 


48 00 


14 courses of brickwork @. 




50c 


7 00 




$71,785 40 


Less 5 per cent retained, 


3,589 27 



OS, 196 13 
$75,922 85 

State street, from Merchants row to India street and Commercial street to 
Atlantic avenue. Length, 769 linear feet. Area, 4,998 square yards. 
Roadway paved with new granite block on concrete base and artificial 
stone sidewalks constructed. 



Engineering . 
Engineering expense . 
Inspection 
Advertising . 
Labor, making templets 
Blocks .... 
Labor, stonecutter 
Photographs 



$381 36 

1 93 
443 78 

10 50 
16 00 
53 60 

2 00 
10 50 



$919 67 
Credit: Bricks 73 15 

$S46 52 



Carried forward $846 52 



220 



City Document No. 26. 



Brought forward 

Amount paid to John E. Quinn, under con 
tract : 

656 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 37c. 
812 cubic yards concrete base 
furnished and laid (5 
$10.25 
4,998 square yards granite block 
paving furnished and 
laid, grout joints, @, 
$4.90 . . 
42 square yards existing 
granite block paving re- 
laid, grout joints, (a, 
$1.80 . . 
2 square yards existing brick 
sidewalks relaid (& 40c, 
5,524 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks furnished and 
laid @ 24c. . 
8 covers reset @ $3 
Extra work — ■ Relay ex- 
isting granite block pav- 
in State street, from 
Broad street to Mer- 
chants row and in Chat- 
ham row : 
149 square yards existing 
granite block paving re- 
laid, grout joints, @, 
$1.80 . . _ . 

f SS5 square yards existing 
granite block paving re- 
laid, grout joints, @ 
$1.65 .... 1,460 25 



$S46 52 



$242 72 



8,323 00 



24.490 20 



75 60 

SO 



1,325 76 
24 00 



26S 20 



36,210 53 



$37,057 05 



Summer street, from Fort Point channel to drawbridge. (Work not 
started.) 

Engineering $167 74 

Engineering expense 30 

Advertising 5 40 

$173 44 



Tremont street, from Common street to Castle street. (Work not started.) 
Engineering . . . $380 80 

Engineering expense . 
Advertising . 
Photographs 
Labor, making templets 



Tremont street, from Castle street to Dover street. (Work not started.) 

Engineering $651 96 

Engineering expense 4 13 



6 45 




5 50 




14 00 




12 00 






$418 75 





Carried forward 



$656 09 



* Decrease of six cents (omitting excavation to full depth) . 

t Decrease of fifteen cents (omitting cement in cement sand bed). 



Public Works Department. 221 



$656 09 




14 00 




5 75 






$675 84 





Brought forward 
Photographs 
Advertising . 



Washington street, from Market street to Faneuil street. 

Engineering . . $1,097 38 

Engineering expense 10 20 

$1,107 58 



Washington street, from Forest Hills street to Archdale road. Length, 
452 linear feet. Area, 4,822 square yards. Edgestone set, granite 
block pavement laid and artificial stone sidewalks constructed. (Work 
unfinished.) 

Engineering 

Engineering expense . 



$1,171 IS 

26 20 

1,170 07 

5 25 

8 00 

14 69 

45 00 



J nspection 
Advertising . 
Labor, making templets 
Lumber 
Testing blocks 

Edgestone, 9,160 feet straight, 169 feet circu- 
lar, 10 small corners and 2 special cut stones, 11.391 98 
Amount paid to Simpson Brothers, under con- 
tract : 
4,521 linear feet straight edge- 
stone and corners 
hauled and set @ 35c, $1,582 35 
185 linear feet circular edge- 
stone set @ 30c. . r>o 50 
736 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 25c. 184 00 
4,822 square yards granite 
block paving furnished 
and laid, etc., @ $5.98, 28,835 5iS 
37,113 square feet artificial 
stone sidewalks fur- 
nished and laid @ 25c. 9,278 25 
38 covers reset @ $3 . 114 00 
Extra work — Relay 
granite block paving 
w i t h cement grout 
joints and cement sand 
bed in 6-inch cement 
concrete base. 
54 square yards granite 
block paving relaid, 
grout joints, etc, @ $3, 162 00 
Extra w ork — Light 
dummy where directed. 
28 nights, lighting dummy 

@ $3.40 ". . . 95 20 

Extra work — Pile 
blocks left on street to 
be used in patching 
dummy. 
1 day, foreman @ $6. . 6 00 

14| days' labor (§ $4 . . 56 50 

| double team (a; $8 . 3 00 

Plus 15 per cent on 862. .">(). 9 38 



Carried forward . . . $40,381 74 $13,832 37 



222 



City Document No. 26. 



Brought forward 

Extra work — Grade 
approaches as directed. 
\ dav. foreman, @ $6 
5| days' labor @ $4 . 
Plus 15 per cent on $22 . 
| day, double team, (S) $S . 
Extra work — Cut sewer 
sheathing (buried) : 
5 days' labor @ $4 . 
Plus 15 per cent on $20 . 
Extra work — Furnish 
stonecutter to dress 
back of edgestone at 
hydrants w here 

directed : 
1} days, stonecutter, @$7 . 
Plus 15 per cent on $8.75. 



),381 74 $13,832 37 



1 50 

20 50 

3 30 

5 00 



20 00 
3 00 



8 75 
1 31 



Less 78 feet 6-inch 
straight edge- 
stone broken by con- 
tractor @ $1.21 . 


$40,445 10 
94 99 


Less amount retained 


$40,350 11 
2,017 51 



38,332 60 



32,164 97 



STREET IMPROVEMENTS. 

Albany street, from Dover street to Northampton street. Unfinished work 
on contract of B. E. Grant completed by Paving Service force; 293 
square yards wood block pavement laid on concrete base, 473 square 
yards granite block laid on concrete base with grout joints and 244 
squareyards flagging crosswalks and 107 square yards block stone 
drivewavs constructed. 



Engineering . 










$194 53 


Engineering expense . 










6 61 


Inspection 










74 79 


Flagging, 199 feet 










149 16 


Wood blocks, 12,380 . 










742 80 


Granite blocks, new, 10,22 










872 48 


Cement, 178| barrels . 










464 75 


Crushed stone, 143.4 tons 










322 77 


Edgestone 










43 34 


Sand .... 










6 00 


Gravel, 261 cubic yards 










270 29 


Lumber 










16 57 


Nails .... 










75 


Teaming 










202 00 


Labor, making templets 










8 00 


Labor, edgestone, excavating 








45 00 


Labor, edgestone setting 








75 96 


Labor, brick walks excavating 








70 15 


Labor, brick walk repaving 








306 20 


Labor, crosswalk excavating 








11 00 


Labor, crosswalk repaved . 








145 95 


Labor, roadway excavating 








338 S9 


Labor, concrete base . 








384 71 















Public Works Department. 



223 



Brought forward 

Labor, roadway paving 

Labor, paving grouting ... 

Cost of work done under contract by B. E. 

Grant $134,291 69 

Amount paid in 1916, $53,911 26 
Amount paid in 1917, 77,754 77 

131,666 03 

Amount paid in 1918 . . . 



1,752 70 
712 61 
106 50 



2,625 66 



4,197 47 



Albany street, from Kneeland street to Boston & Albany Railroad. Length, 
1,275 linear feet. Area, 6, 158 square yards. Reset edgestone, granite 
block paving laid and artificial stone sidewalks constructed. 



Engineering . 

Engineering expense 

Inspection 

Advertising . 

Edgestone . 

Teaming 

Labor, catch-basins 

Lumber 



Credit: Old blocks, $112; old bricks, $14 



Amount paid to Coleman Brothers, under 
contract : 

34 linear feet straight edge- 
stone and corners 
hauled and set @ 35c. 
19 linear feet circular edge- 
stone set @. 35c. . 
1,880 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 30c. 
1,027 cubic yards concrete base 
furnished and laid @, 

$11 

105 square yards existing 
granite block paving re- 
laid, gravel joints, @ $1, 
6,153 square yards granite block 
paving furnished and 
laid, grout joints, @ 
$4.75 
913 square yards existing 
granite block paving re- 
laid, grout joints, @ $2, 
734 square yards existing 
brick sidewalks relaid @, 

60c 

6,267 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks furnished and 
laid @ 30c. . 
8 covers reset (g) $3 
Extra work — Construct 
new driveway at No. 
91 and 129: 
40 hours' labor @ 45c. . 



$11 90 

6 65 

564 00 



11,297 00 



105 00 



29,250 50 



1,826 00 



440 40 



1,880 10 
24 00 



IS 00 



$287 20 

5 33 

296 15 

5 10 

23 52 

3 00 

160 90 

13 44 

$794 64 
126 00 

$668 64 



Carried forward 



$45,423 55 $66S 64 



224 



City Document No. 26. 



Brought forward 
8 hours, stonecutter, @ 90c, 
8 hours, edgestone setter, @ 

75c 

12 hours, helper, @ 50c. 
Plus 15 per cent on $37.20, 
Extra work — Rebuild 
fence between Curve 
street and bridge: 
4 hours, carpenter, @ 75c . 
8 hours, helper, @ 50c. 
Pius 15 per cent on $7, 
Extra work — Raise 
sewer manholes over six 
inches: 
4 hours, mason, @, 75c. 
4 hours, tender, @ 50c. 
4 hours' labor @ 45c. . 
Plus 15 per cent on $6.80, 
Extra work — Cut cap- 
stone and point the 
same : 
20 hours, stonecutter, @ 

90c 

8 hours, mason, @ 75c. 
Plus 15 per cent on $24, 
Extra work — Remove 
sidewalks where di- 
rected in front of freight 
house: 
4 hours, foreman, @, 75c. . 
40 hours' labor @ 45c. . 

Plus 15 per cent on $21, 
8 hours, double team, @ $1, 



5,423 55 
7 20 


6 00 
6 00 

5 58 


3 00 

4 00 
1 05 


3 00 
2 00 
1 80 
1 02 



$668 64 



18 00 
6 00 
3 60 



3 00 

18 00 

3 15 

8 00 



45.523 95 



$46,192 59 



Amory street (north side), from Bragdon street to Atherton street. Length, 
513 feet. Area, 1,950 square yards. Work done by department 
force. 339 feet straight edgestone reset. 43 feet circular edgestone 
reset, 29 square yards crosswalks relaid, 1,950 square yards old block 
pavement laid with grout joints on gravel base. 

Engineering 

Inspection 

Gravel, 357 cubic yards 
Cement, 219 barrels . 
Flagging, 10 feet, old . 
Crushed stone, 35.6 tons . 
Blocks, 4S,796 old granite 
Steam roller, picking . 

Teaming 

Labor, edgestone excavating 
Labor, edgestone resetting 
Labor, roadway excavating 
Labor, roadway paving 
Labor, roadway grouting, paving 
Labor, crosswalk excavating 
Labor, crosswalk relaying 







$170 13 








20 73 








375 01 








568 75 








4 00 








SO 22 








975 92 








42 00 








1,334 75 








33 24 








33 24 








1,101 40 








1,133 36 








79 9b 








30 74 








55 98 








*$6,039 43 









81 ,330.60 of this amount was paid from appropriation for Paving Service. 



Public Works Department. 



225 



Apvleton street, from Berkeley street to Columbus avenue. (Work done 
* in 1916.) 



Engineering 

Amount of contract with Warren Brothers 

Company .... $9,898 67 

Amount paid in 1916 . 9,403 74 



$15 00 



494 93 



$509 93 



Arlington street, from Boylston street to St. James avenue. Length, 196 
linear feet. Area, 898 square yards. Brick block paving laid. 



Engineering .... 
Inspection .... 
Engineering expense . 
Lumber .... 

Bricks, 40,000 Bessemer paving 
Labor, making templets 
Amount paid to Coleman Brothers, under con- 
tract : 
898 square yards preparing site 

@ 50c 449 00 

898 square vards concrete base 

furnished and laid @ $2 . 1,796 00 

898 square yards brick block 

paving laid, cements and 

bed, grout joints, @, $1 . 898 00 

32 square yards granite block 

paving relaid, sand bed 

and grout joints, @ $1 . 32 00 

Extra work — Set sewer man- 
holes and catch-basins to 

grade: 
4 Covers set to grade @ $3 . 12 00 



$51 19 

149 58 

1 90 

8 40 

2,100 00 

3 50 



$3,187 00 
Less 15 per cent retained . 478 05 


2,708 95 






$5,023 52 




$2,465 48 

1,799 22 

12 65 


Artificial Stone Sidewalks. 

Rebates allowed to contractors 

Repairs made 

Advertising 




Asphalt Repairs on street upon which the main- 
tenance guaranty has expired. 

Engineering 

Engineering expense 

Inspection 

Advertising 

Labor, chemist 

Amount paid to Central Construction Com- 
pany on contract for 1917 .... 


$1,113 07 

46 99 

1,352 92 

7 70 

1,078 81 

1,438 09 


$4,277 35 









226 City Document No. 26. 

Brought forward $5,037 58 

Amount paid to the Bermudez Company, 

under contract: 
45,769.62 square yards bitumi- 
nous pavement fur- 
nished and laid 
(April 1, 1918, to 
January 1, 1919) @ 
$1.38 $63,162 08 

1,511.49 square yards surface 

patching @ 60 c. . 906 89 

157.27 cubic yards extra bi- 
tuminous binder (5 
$12 . . 1,887 24 

373.27 square yards concrete 
base furnished and 
laid @ $3.50 . . 1,306 45 

60 covers reset @, $3 180 00 



$67,442 66 



Less amount retained 

5 per cent . . 3,372 13 



64,070 53 ' 
$69,108 11 

Battery march street, from Franklin street to Broad street. (Work done 
in 1916.) 

Engineering $3 00 

Final payment on contract to B. E. Grant . 38 46 

$41 46 

Beach street, from Harrison avenue to Atlantic avenue. Length, 1,207 
linear feet. Area, 3,390 square yards. Edgestone reset, roadway 
paved with granite block and artificial stone sidewalks constructed. 

Engineering $40 50 

Advertising 1 75 

Paving blocks, 5,000 375 00 

Amount paid to V. Grande, under contract for 

laying artificial stone sidewalks ... 49 56 

Cost of work done under con- 
tract with B. E. Grant, con- 
tract made in 1916 . $16,614 99 
Allowance for loss due to delays 
as per recommendation of 
Boston Finance Commission, 1,579 34 



$18,194 33 
Amount paid in 1917 . 16,576 53 



1,617 80 
$2,084 61 



Beacon street, from Tremont street to Park street. Length, 846 linear feet. 
Area, 2,880 square yards. Edgestone set, wood block crosswalks at 
Tremont street and granite block pavement laid. Work done in 1917. 



Engineering 




$22 71 


Labor, chemist .... 




45 00 


Cost of work done in 1917 under 






contract with Warren 






Brothers Company 


$12,934 38 




Amount paid in 1917 . 


12,834 38 


100 00 



$167 71 



Public Works Department. 227 

Beacon street, from Park street to Charles street. Length, 1,696 linear feet. 
Area, 7,340 square yards. Edgestone reset, gutters repaved, roadway 
paved with Topeka and brick sidewalks relaid. Work done in 1917. 

Engineering $16 00 

Cost of work done by contract 

with Warren Brothers 

Company in 1917 . . $13,519 96 

Amount paid in 1917 . . . 13,419 96 



100 00 
— $116 00 



Beacon street, from Raleigh street to Boston & Albany Railroad. Length, 
1,623 linear feet. Area 10,073 square yards. Edgestone reset, 
asphalt pavement laid and artificial stone sidewalks constructed. 



Unfinished work from 1917. Final payment not made. 


Engineering 




$254 44 


Engineering expense . 




7 33 


Inspection 




269 86 


Labor, chemist .... 




29 38 


Photographs .... 




10 50 


Amount paid to the Bermudez Company, under 




tract : 






364 linear feet existing edge- 






stone reset @ 23c. 


$83 72 




5 square yards granite block 






paving relaid, gravel 






joints, @ $1 . 


5 00 




729 square yards granite 






block paving relaid, 






grout joints, gravel bed, 






etc., @ $1.10 


801 90 




114 square yards granite 






blocks taken up, 






cleaned, culled and re- 






laid (in brows and 






dummy of car tracks) 






concrete base, grout 






joints, etc., @ $2.10 


239 40 




243 square yards granite 






blocks taken up, cleaned, 






culled and relaid (in 






gutters and ' ' edgings ' ' ) 






concrete base, grout 






joints, etc., @ $2.10 . 


510 30 




2,100 square yards concrete 






base, bituminous con- 






crete binder and asphalt 






wearing surface fur- 






nished and laid @ 






$2.53 .... 


5,313 00 




7,973 square yards bituminous 






concrete binder and 






asphalt wearing surface 






furnished and laid on 






macadam foundation @, 






$1.43 ... 


11,401 39 




4,697 square feet artificial stone 






sidewalks furnished and 






laid@19Jc. . 


904 17 




9 covers reset @ $3 


27 00 




Carried forward 


$19,285 88 


$571 51 



228 City Document No. 26. 



Brought forward 


$19,285 88 $571 51 


Extra work — Suspend 




work on street on ac- 




count of auto show and 




make street safe for 




traffic : 




19 hours, foreman,® 75c. 


14 25 


138 hours' labor @ 35c. . 


48 30 


Plus 15 per cent on $62.55, 


9 38 


8 hours, double team, @ $1, 


8 00 


Extra work — Barring up, 




cleaning and relaying 




wood block pavement 




at Commonwealth 




avenue : 




28 hours, paver, @ 75c. 


21 00 


Plus 15 per cent on $21 . 


3 15 




$19,389 96 


Less amount paid in 1917, 


5,847 45 




$13,542 51 


Less 5 per cent retained . 


969 49 




i° ^73 n° 




1^,0 i O \J£ 

«1Q 1 11 KO 




■ipio, l-±-± .JO 



Blossom street, from l r ruit street to Allen street. Length, 511 linear feet. 
Area, 1,562 square yards. Edgestone reset, brick block gutters laid, 
asphalt pavement laid and artificial stone sidewalks constructed. 
(Work done in 1917.) 

Engineering $7 71 

Cost of work done under con- 
tract with Warren Brothers 
Company in 1917 . . . $4,638 52 
Amount paid in 1917 . . . 4,406 59 

231 93 
$239 63 



Bowdoin street, from Mt. Ida road to Topliff street. Length, 442 linear 
feet. Area, 593 square yards. Edgestone reset, granite block paving 
laid and artificial stone sidewalk constructed. 

Engineering $75 99 

Inspection 99 72 

Blocks, 25,400 recut granite ... 914 40 

Amount paid to the Bermude? Company, 
under contract: 
442 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 23c. . $10166 
593 square yards granite block 
paving hauled and laid 
(in brows and dummy of 
car tracks) , concrete 
base, erout joints, etc., @, 
$2.60" .... 1,541 80 
2,600 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks furnished and 
laid @ 19J-C. . . . 500 50 

Carried forward . . -. $2,143 96 $1,090 11 



Public Works Department. 



229 



Brought forward 
91 square feet artificial stone 

driveways furnished 

and laid (a). 24c. 



Less 5 per cent retained, 



1,UZ 96 $1,090 11 



21 84 



$2,165 80 
10S 29 



2,057 51 



'$3,147 62 



Bowdoin street, from Winter street to Quincy street. Length, 1,013 feet. 
Area, 4,127 square yards. Four hundred and twelve feet straight and 
46 feet circular edgestone (new) set, 465 feet straight edgestone 
reset. 40 square yards crosswalks relaid, 44 square yards gutters 
repaved and 4,127 square yards Topeka pavement laid 2\ inches deep 
on existing macadam. 

Engineering .... 

Inspection .... 

Labor, edgestone excavating 

Labor, edgestone setting and resetting 

Labor, macadam excavating 

Labor, Topeka spreading . 

Labor, gutter excavating . 

Labor, crossvvahk excavating 

Labor, brickwaJk excavating 

Labor, brick walk relaying 

Labor, stonecutters 

Sand 

Gravel . 

Cement 

Edgestone, 438 feet 

Flagging 

Charcoal 

Road oil 

Asphalt for top, 698 tons 

Straw roller, picking . 

Steam roller, rolling 

Removing trees . 

Teaming 



$92 


13 


199 


44 


356 


53 


199 


39 


750 


20 


351 


69 


57 


97 


18 


24 


7 


50 


7 


50 


57 


47 


4 


00 


17 


60 


81 


35 


527 


32 


26 


00 


8 


50 


4 


90 


5,536 


23 


42 


00 


392 


00 


900 00 


1,352 


65 




— t $10,990 61 



BoylsLon street, from Tremont street to Washington street. (Work done 
in 1917.) 



Engineering expense . 

Cost of work done by Warren 

Brothers Company, under 

contract in 1917 
Amount paid in 1917 . 



$6,054 54 
5,751 81 



$2 09 



302 73 



$304 82 



Brighton avenue, from Commonwealth avenue to Cambridge street. 
Length, 3,162 linear feet. Area, 16,412 square yards. Edgestone 
reset, gutters paved, asphalt pavement laid and artificial stone side- 
walks constructed. (Unfinished work from 1917.) 

* $914.40 of this amount was paid from Paving Service appropriation. 
t $8,376.82 of this amount paid out of Paving Service appropriation. 



230 



City Document No. 26. 



Engineering 






$123 86 








2 90 








347 51 




$474 27 


Credit: bricks .... 






86 69 




$387 58 


Amount paid to the Bermudez Com]: 


>any under 




contract : 








130 tons crushed stone fur- 








nished and placed, 








watered and rolled, @ 








$2.50 .... 


$325 00 




3,477 linear feet existing edge- 








stone reset @ 23c. 


799 


71 




4,557 square yards existing 








granite block paving 








taken up, cleaned, 








culled and relaid, 








grout joints, @ $1.10 . 


5,012 


70 




16,412 square yards bituminous 








concrete binder and 








asphalt wearing sur- 








face furnished and 








laid on macadam foun- 








dation @ $1.43 . 


23,469 


16 




34,331 square feet artificial 








stone sidewalks fur- 








nished and laid @ 19 £c, 


6,608 


72 




953 square feet artificial stone 








driveways furnished 








and laid @ 24c. . 


228 


72 




8 covers reset @ $3 . 


24 


00 




Extra work — Bar out 








and repave gutters 








and set corners for new 








driveways: 








8 hours, edgestone setter 








@ 75c 


6 


00 




16 hours' labor @ 35c. 


5 


60 




Plus 15 per cent on $11.60 


1 


74 




Extra work — Raise 








Bradley-Head catch 








basin to grade : 








4 hours, mason, @ 75c. 


3 


00 




8 hours' labor @ 35c. 


2 


80 




Plus 15 per cent on $5.80, 




87 




2 bags cement @ 60c. . . 


1 


20 




75 brick @ 2c. 


1 


50 





Less amount paid in 
1917 . 



Amount retained, 5 per 
cent of $36,490.72 



$36,490 72 


28,153 35 


$8,337 37 


1,824 55 



6,512 82 



),900 40 



Public Works Department. 



231 



Canal street, from Haymarket square to Causeway street. Length, 990 
linear feet. Area, 4,438 square yards. Work done in 1917. 



Engineering 

Inspection 

Advertising . . 

Cost of work done by B. E. 
Grant, under contract in 1917 
and paid for .... 

Allowance for loss due to delays, 
etc., as per recommendation of 
the Boston Finance Commis- 



Less amount paid in 1917 . 

Amount paid to V. Grande, re- 
pairing artificial stone side- 
walks, under contract 



$21,469 33 



1,839 50 

$23,308 83 
21,469 33 



$15 22 

24 93 

1 75 



1,839 50 
70 77 



L,952 17 



Chandler street, from Berkeley street to Clarendon street. 
1917.) 



(Work done in 



Final payment on contract with Warren 
Brothers Company 



$399 35 



$399 35 



Charles street, from Beacon street to Boylston street. Length, 1,313 linear 
feet. Area, 1,267 square yards. Edgestone reset and granite block 
pavement laid. 



Engineering 

Engineering expense 

Inspection 

Advertising . 

Edgestone 

Blocks, 50,175 recut 

Labor, handling stock 

Amount paid to James Doherty, under con- 
tract : 

1,313 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 40c. . $525 20 

1,267 square yards granite block 
paving hauled and laid, 
concrete base, cement 
sand bed, grout joints, 
@ $3.55 . . . _ . 4,497 85 

597 square yards existing brick 
sidewalks relaid % 47c, 



Less 15 per cent retained, 



2S0 59 

5,303 64 
795 55 



$159 24 

05 

344 01 

5 45 

116 91 

1,506 30 

4 00 



4,508 05 



5,944 05 



Clinton street, from Merchants row across Commercial street. Length, 
608 linear feet. Area, 2,819 square yards. Reset edgestone, granite 
block paving laid and artificial stone sidewalks constructed. 

* $1,714.98 of this amount was paid from appropriations for Paving Service. 



232 City Document No. 26. 



Engineering 


$174 11 


Engineering expense 


2 35 


Inspection 


115 09 


Edgestone, 224 feet 3 inches straight and 9 




feet 5 inches circular 


285 28 


Lumber 


9 44 


Labor, making templets 


18 00 


Testing blocks . . . 


15 00 


Advertising 


1 93 


Teaming 


4 50 




$625 70 


Credit: Bricks, $7; blocks, $7 . . . • . 


14 00 



Amount paid to Coleman Brothers under con- 
tract : 

225 linear feet straight edge- 
stone and corners 
hauled and set @ 30c, $67 50 

10 linear feet circular 

edgestone set (§} 30c. . 3 00 

277 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 30c. . 83 10 
463 cubic yards concrete 
base furnished and laid 



232 square yards existing 
granite block paving 
relaid, grave] joints, 



4,630 60 



232 00 



360 square yards granite block 

paving furnished and 

laid ©$4.30 . . . 1,548 00 

73 square yards existing 

granite block paving 

relaid, mortar bed, 

asphalt joints, @ $1.30, 94 90 

2,380 square yards granite 

block paving fur- 
nished and laid, ce- 
ment sand bed, grout 

joints, @ $4.15 / . 9,877 00 

6 square yards existing 

granite block paving 

relaid, cement sand 

bed, grout joints, @ 

$1.25 .... 7 50 

34 square yards existing 

flagging crosswalks 

relaid, mortar bed, 

asphalt joints, @ $2, 68 00 

26 square yards existing 

flagging crosswalks re- 
laid, cement sand bed, 

grout joints, @, $2 . 52 00 

1 square yard existing 

brick sidewalk relaid (a 

50c 50 

2,852 square feet artificial stone 

sidewalks furnished and 

laid @ 25c. ... 713 00 



.1 70 



Carried forward . . . $17,376 50 $611 70 



Public Works Department. 



233 



Brought forward 
19 covers reset @, $3 

Extra work — Dress old 

flagging for relaying 

crosswalk: 

.") hours, stonecutter, r > 90c, 

Plus 15 uer cent on 

$4.50 . 
Extra work — Reset 
edgestone and repair 
artificial stone side- 
walk on account of 
change in line: 
7-1 hours' labor @ 45c. . 
13 hours, edgestone setter 

@ 75c. . 
13 hours, rammer, (a, 50c. 
3 hours, finisher, @ 80e. 
Plus 15 per cent on 
$51.95 . 
3 bags cement @ 75c. 
3 cubic feet sand @ 10c. 



17,376 50 $611 70 

57 00 



4 50 

68 



33 30 

9 75 

6 50 
2 40 

7 79 
2 25 

30 



17,500 97 



$18,112 67 



Columbia road, from Edward Everett square to Dudley street. Length, 
1460 linear feet. Area, 486 square yards. Edgestone reset, granite 
hlock pavement laid and existing brick sidewalks relaid. (Work done 
in 1917.) 



Final payment on work done in 1917 by Bernard E. Grant, 
under contract 



$38 46 



Congress street, from Milk street to Atlantic avenue. (Work not started.) 
Engineering $180 42 



Cross street, from Commercial street to Haymarket square. Length, 1,406 
linear feet. Area, 2,988 square yards. Reset edgestone, laid granite 
block paving and artificial stone sidewalks constructed. Relaid brick 
sidewalks. 



Engineering . 

Engineering expense 

Inspection 

Advertising . 

Edgestone 

Bricks . 

Labor, making templets 

Teaming 

Testing blocks 

Amount paid to Coleman Brothers, under con- 
tract: 

40 linear feet circular edge- 
stone set @ 30c. . . $12 00 

1,516 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 30c. . 454 80 
520 cubic yards concrete base 
furnished and laid @ 
$10 5,200 00 



$289 64 

2 05 

240 09 

1 93 

58 46 

7 00 

12 00 

7 50 

15 00 



Carried forward 



$5,666 80 $633 67 



234 City Document No. 26. 

Brought forward . . . $5,666 80 $633 67 

73 square yards existing 
granite block paving 
relaid, gravel joints @ 
.$1 . . . . . 73 00 

99 square yards granite block 
paving furnished and 
laid, mortar bed, asphalt 
joints @ $4.30 . . 425 70 

75 square yards existing 
granite block paving re- 
laid, mortar bed, 
asphalt joints, @ $1.30, 97 50 

2,988 square yards granite 
block paving furnished 
and laid, cement sand 
bed, grout joints @ 
$4.15 12,400 20 

1 square yard existing gran- 
ite block paving relaid, 
cement sand bed, grout 
joints @ $1.25 . . 1 25 

15 square yards existing flag- 
ging crosswalks relaid, 
mortar bed, grout 'joints, 
@ $2 30 00 

13 square yards existing flag- 
ging crosswalks relaid, 
cement sand bed, grout 
joints @ $2 . . . 26 00 

395 square yards existing brick 

sidewalks relaid @ 50c, 197 50 

2,455 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks furnished and 
laid @ 25c. 

19 covers reset @ $3 . 

Extra work — • Dress old 
flagging for relaying 
crosswalks : 

10 hours, stone cutter, @ 90c, 
Plus 15 per cent on $9 
Extra work — Widen 
roadway as directed: 

54 hours, foreman, @ 75c . 
324 hours' labor @ 45c . 

78 hours, stonecutter, @90c, 

24 hours, mason, @ 80c 
8 hours, tender, @ 50c 

62 hours edgestone setter, 
@ 75c 
160 hours, helper, @ 50c. 

12 hours, paver, @ 75c 

12 hours, rammer, @ 50c . 

Plus 15 per cent on 

$421.20 .... 

51 hours, double team, @ 



14 bags cement @ 75c 



613 


75 


57 00 


9 


00 


1 


35 


40 


50 


145 


80 


70 


24 


19 


20 


4 


00 


46 


50 


80 00 


9 


00 


6 


00 


63 


IS 


51 


00 


10 


50 



20,144 93 

$20,778 60 



D street, from Dorchester avenue to West Seventh street. (Work not 
started.) 



Public Works Department. 



235 



Engineering . 
Engineering expense 



$545 96 
3 16 



$549 12 



Dartmouth street, from Tremont street to Stuart street. Length, 1,752 
linear feet. Area, 5,780 square yards. Edgestone reset, granite 
blocks laid and artificial stone sidewalks constructed. 

Engineering . 

Engineering expense 

Inspection 

Advertising . 

Teaming 

Labor, making templets 

Labor, raising manholes 

Edgestone, 107 feet circular 

Blocks, 41,625 recut . 



Credit : Old blocks, 13,050 
Old bricks 







$519 37 






16 94 






571 77 






10 50 






3 00 






16 00 






34 40 






158 30 






1,498 50 




$2,828 78 


$261 0( 


) 


470 4C 


) 




731 40 







$2,097 38 



Amount paid to James Doherty, under contract: 
109 linear feet circular edge- 
stone set @ 25c. . 
2,504 linear feet existing 
edgestone reset, @ 
20c, .... 
973 cubic yards concrete 
base furnished and 
laid @ $9 . . _ . 
944 square yards existing 
granite block paving 
relaid, gravel joints, 

@ 60c 

4,908 square yards granite 
block paving fur- 
nished and laid, grout 
joints, @ $4.25 . . 
645 square yards existing 
brick sidewalks re- 
laid @ 48c . | . 
4,755 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks furnished 
and laid (5 27c. . 
14,214 square feet artificial 
stone sidewalks fur- 
nished and laid @ 21c, 
15 covers reset @ $3 

Overhaul : Section 1 , 
Article E. 
197 tons material hauled to 
Amory street, excess 
haul of 1| miles, per 
half mile, per ton, @ 
lie 



$27 25 



500 80 



8,757 00 



566 40 



20,859 00 



309 60 



1,283 85 



*2,984 94 
45 00 



65 01 



Carried forward 



3,398 85 $2,097 38 



* Decrease of six cents per square foot . 



236 



City Document No. 26. 



Brought forward 

Extra work — Omit the 
furnishing and laying 
of new granite block 
and substitute the 
hauling and laying of 
recut granite blocks: 

990 square yards recut 
granite blocks hauled 
and laid, grout joints, 
cement sand bed, etc., 
@. $1.85 



$35,398 85 $2,097 38 



1,831 50 



37,230 35 



),327 73 



Dearborn street, from Albany street to Dudley street. Length, 495 linear 
feet. Area, 1,100 square yards. Edgestone reset, asphalt roadway 
laid and artificial stone sidewalks constructed. (Work done in 1916 
and 1917.) 



Engineering expense 

Work done by Warren Brothers Company, 
under ontract in 1916 and 1917, $4,862 07 
Less amount paid 

$2,871 33 



$0 30 



in 1916 
Less amount paid 
in 1917 



1,706 94 



4,578 27 



283 80 



$284 10 



Devonshire street, from Adams square to Water street. Length, 696 
linear feet. Area, 2,032 square yards. Edgestone reset, wood block 
pavement laid and existing brick sidewalks relaid. (Work done in 
1916 and 1917.) 

Engineering $8 00 

Amount paid to B. E. Grant on final payment 

on contract 38 46 



$46 46 



Dorchester avenue, from Freeport street to Park street. Length, 3,352 
linear feet. Area, 7,149 square yards. Granite block pavement laid. 
(Unfinished work from 1917 on contract of,B. E. Grant.) 



Engineering .... 








$674 04 


Engineering expense . 








16 02 


Inspection .... 








706 99 


Advertising .... 








5 00 


Labor, making templets 








8 00 


Labor, stonecutters 








4 00 


Labor, edgestone excavating 








11 00 


Labor, edgestone resetting 








19 00 


Labor, brickwalk excavating 








5 50 


Labor, brickwalk repaving 








9 50 


Planning .... 








16 50 


Gravel .... 








4 32 


Blocks, 37,025 recut granite 








1,312 90 


Labor, on artificial stone sidewalks 






12 00 


Carried forward 








$2,804 77 



* Of this amount $986.70 was paid from the appropriation for Paving Service. 



Public Works Department. 237 



Brought forward $2,804 77 

Amount paid to James Doherty under con- 
tract: 

710 square yards existing gran- 
ite block paving relaid 
gravel joints, @ 60c. . $426 00 

896 square yards granite block 
paving recut at Massa- 
chusetts avenue 1 o t, 
hauled and laid, con- 
crete base, grout joints, 
@ $3.98 . . . .' 3,566 08 

6,253 square yards granite block 
paving, recut on street, 
relaid concrete base and 
grout joints, @ $3.75 . 23,448 75 
Extra work — Relay gran- 
ite block paving where 
directed in approaches 
on gravel base with 
grout joints. 
745 square yards granite block 
paving relaid, grout 
joints, @ $1.75 . . 1,303 75 

Extra work — Reset cross- 
walks on 6-inch concrete 
base, grout joints and 
relay recut granite 
blocks, grout joints, 
where directed. 
10 hours, foreman, (a 75c. . 7 50 

19 hours, paver, @, 75c. . 14 25 

34 hours, tender, @ 50c. . 17 00 

130 hours' labor @ 45c. . . 58 50 

Plus 15 per cent on $97.25, 14 59 

8 hours, double team, @ $1, 8 00 

1 ton crushed stone @ $3 . 3 00 

156 cubic feet sand @ 7c. . 10 92 

60 bags cement @ 8Hc. . 48 75 



$28,927 09 
Amount retained . 4,357 08 

24,570 01 
Final payment to B. E. Grant on con- 
tract made in 1917 .... 706 55 



Dorchester avenue, from Savin Hill avenue to Freeport street. 
work from 1917.) 
Engineering . 
Engineering expense . 
Sand, 181 cubic yards 
Cement, 55f barrels . 
Bricks, 36,755 . 
Gravel .... 
Lumber 
Crushed stone 
Labor, edgestone reset 
Labor, roadway excavation 

Carried forward $1,163 51 

* Of this amount $1,09."). 30 was paid from appropriation for Paving Service. 





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1 «5o 


xrt stree 


(Unfin 


shed 


$101 


95 






1 


60 






290 


03 






130 


55 






540 


78 






36 


96 






6 01 






28 


13 






3 


50 






24 


00 







238 



City Document No. 26. 



Brought forward 
Labor, roadway paving 
Labor, concrete base . 
Labor, brickwalk excavation 
Labor, brickwalk repaving 
Teaming 
Final payment to B. E. Grant under contract, 



$1,163 51 

274 75 
46 50 
399 75 
707 00 
422 25 
38 47 



$3,052 23 



Dorchester avenue, from Peabody square to Washington street. Length, 
5,000 linear feet. Area, 20,883 square yards. Edgestone reset, 
second-hand granite block paving laid and artificial stone sidewalks 
constructed. (Unfinished work from 1917.) 



Engineering . 

Engineering expense 

Inspection 

Blocks, old, 121,920 

Teaming 



Credit: Bricks, old 



Amount paid to James Doherty under contract : 



Removing trees, etc. 
18 cubic yards water box 
excavation® $1.30 
35.3 cubic yards rock excava- 
tion @ $7 . 
99 linear feet circular edge- 
stone set @ 21c. . 
7,470 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 17c. 
1,287 linear feet crushed stone 
and concrete founda- 
tion furnished and 
placed @ 19c. 
14,547 square yards granite block 
paving hauled and laid, 
grout joints, @ $1.39, 
494 square yards existing 
granite block paving 
relaid, grout joints, @ 
90c. . 
47 square yards existing 
flagging crosswalks re- 
laid, grout joints, @ 

90c 

1,147 square yards wood block 

pavement furnished and 

laid, concrete base, @ 

$4.47 .. . _. . . 

101 square yards existing 

brick sidewalks relaid 

@ 35c 

58,073 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks furnished and 
laid @ 21c. . . 
1,672 square feet artificial stone 
driveways f urn i s h e d 
and laid @, 23c. . 

Carried forward 



$130 00 

23 40 

247 10 

20 79 

1,269 90 



244 53 



20,220 33 



444 60 



42 30 



5,261 19 



35 35 



12,195 33 



384 56 
,519 38 



$548 58 

13 31 

401 72 

2,552 22 

4 00 

13,519 83 

5 00 

53,514 83 



5,514 83 



Public Works Department. 239 



Brought forward 


$40,519 38 


$3,514 8 


31 covers @ $3 


93 00 




Extra work — Regular 






Bradley-Head catch- 






basin at the west corner 






of Codman street, op- 






posite Van Winkle 






street. 






12 hours, mason, @ 62|c. . 


7 50 




20 hours' labor, @ 36c. 


7 20 




Plus 15 per cent on $14.70, 


2 21 




4 bags cement @ 70c. 


2 80 




Extra work — Construct a 






blind drain from the 






catch-basin on the 






northwest corner of 






Codman street to about 






200 feet northerly. 






16 hours, foreman, @ 62k. , 


10 00 




88 hours' labor, @ 36c. " . 


31 68 




Plus 15 per cent on $41.68, 


6 25 




16 hours, double team, @ 






87k 


14 00 




Extra work — Cut con- 






crete around Boston 






Elevated poles. 






8 hours' labor @ 36c. 


2 88 




Plus 15 per cent on $2.88, 


43 




Extra work — Excavate 






below sub-grade to re- 






move the Telford base 






where directed. 






495 cubic yards Telford base 






excavated @ $1 . 


495 00 




Extra work — Regulate 






Bradley-Head catch- 






basins on the easterly 






side between Codman 






street and Ashmont 






street where directed: 






28 hours, mason, @, 62k- . 


17 50 




64 hours' labor @, 45c. 


28 80 




Plus 15 per cent on $46.30, 


6 95 




6^ bags cement @, 70c. 


4 55 




165 bricks @ $15 . 


2 48 




Extra work — Remove 






tree from the easterly 






sidewalk near number 






2,064: 






Tree removed . 


35 00 




Extra work — Build a 






blind drain under the 






sidewalk on the east- 






erly side in front of the 






Convalescents' Home: 






347 linear feet blind drain 






built @, 75c. . 


260 25 




Extra work — Plaster the 






street car rails with 






cement mortar (1917): 






14,790 linear feet rails plastered 






® 8k 


1,257 15 





Carried forward . . . $42,805 01 $3,514 83 



240 



City Document No. 26. 



Brought forward 

Extra work — Plaster the 

street car rails with 

cement mortar (1918): 

4,090 linear feet rails plastered 

@ 8|c 



Less amount paid in 1917, 



$42,805 01 



347 65 

$43,152 66 
11,441 76 



.514 S3 



31,710 90 



15,225 73 



EndicoU street, from Hanover street to Lafayette avenue. Length, 1,204 
feet. Area, 4,363 square yards. Edgestone reset, 1,394 linear feet; 
old block paving relaid with grout joints, 3,713 square yards; with 
gravel joints, 650 square yards; brick sidewalks relaid, 791 square 
yards; asphalt block sidewalks relaid, 241 square yards, and artificial 
stone walks relaid, 179 square feet. 



Engineering .... 
Engineering expense . 
Gravel, 268 tons . 
Crushed stone, 39 tons 

Sand 

Cement, 415$ barrels . 
Bricks, 5,300 sidewalk 
Blocks, 17,850 old 
Teaming . . . 
Labor, edgestone excavating 
Labor, edgestone resetting . 
Labor, brick walk excavating 
Labor, brick walk repaving 
Labor, roadway excavating 
Labor, roadway repaving . 
Labor, artificial stone walks 
Labor, grouting paving 
Labor, asphalt block sidewalk r 
Labor, crosswalk excavating 



elaid 



$515 14 

1 46 

231 85 

105 75 

148 00 

1,217 63 

37 10 

528 00 

888 00 

228 43 

337 63 

45 74 

425 10 

1,272 44 

2,051 65 

13 00 

325 91 

63 25 

12 73 



* $8,448 81 



Federal street, from Milk street to Atlantic avenue. (Work done in 1917.) 
Engineering $153 13 



Fruit street, from Blossom street to Charles street. Length, 954 linear 
feet. Area, 1,987 square yards. Edgestone reset, brick block gutter 
laid, asphalt pavement laid and artificial stone sidewalk and one drive- 
way constructed. - (Work done in 1917.) 

Engineering $S 66 

Final payment to Warren Brothers Company 

for work done in 1917, under contract . 301 79 

$310 45 



Harrison avenue, from Kneeland street to Dover street. Length, 2,324 
linear feet. Area, 5,381 square yards. Reset edgestone, roadway 
paved with granite block, brick sidewalks relaid and artificial stone 
walks constructed. 



* Of this amount $3, 80S. 08 was paid from appropriation for Paving Service. 



Public Works Department. 



241 



Engineering .... 


$490 32 


Engineering expense . 


7 45 


Inspection .... 


280 70 


Edgestone .... 


226 90 


Testing blocks 


45 00 


Amount paid Boston Elevated 


Railway Company . 


S71 01 


Labor on catch-basins 


17 20 


Advertising .... 


5 30 




$1,943 SS 


Credit : Bricks, 66,370 old . 


474 60 



Amount paid to B. E. Grant, 
under contract: 
10 linear feet circular edge- 



stone set @ 16c. 


$1 


60 


279 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 12c. 

400 cubic yards concrete base 
furnished and laid @ 
$5.05 .... 


33 

2,020 


48 

Di) 


2,308 square yards granite 
block paving furnished 
and laid, grout joints, 
@$3.28 


7,570 


24 


11 square yards existing 
flagging crosswalks re- 
laid, gravel joints, @ 
50c 


5 


50 



62 square yards existing 
brick sidewalks relaid 
@ 28c. 
1 cover reset @ $3 
Extra work — Cut and re- 
move asphalt and con- 
crete at Florence street : 

3 hours, foreman, @, 75c. . 
15 hours' labor @ 35c. 

Plus 15 per cent on $7.50, 

Extra work — R emove 

material left on street 

by Water Service: 

5 hours, foreman, @ 75c. . 

65 hours' labor @ 35c. 

Plus 15 per cent on $26.50, 

4 hours, auto truck, (« 

$4.37§ .... 
Extra work — Raise Brad- 
ley-Head catch basins 
over six inches: 
26 hours, mason, @, 75c. 
44 hours' labor @ 35c. 

Plus 15 per cent on $34.90. 



Less amount paid in 1917, 

Carried forward 



17 


36 


3 


DO 


2 


25 


5 


25 


1 


13 


3 


75 


22 


7.", 


3 


its 



17 50 



19 50 

15 40 

5 24 



$9,747 93 
9,709 46 



$1,469 2S 



$38 47 $1,469 28 



242 City Document No. 26. 

Brought forward . . . $38 47- $1,469 28 

Allowance: Article 8 of contract. 
Amounts allowed for 
loss due to delays as per 
recommendations o f 
Boston Finance Com- 
mission, dated Septem- 
ber 19, 1918 5,788 24 

5,826 71 



Amount paid to Coleman Brothers, under con- 
tract : 

120 linear feet straight edge- 
stone and corners 
hauled and set @ 30c, $36 00 

95 linear feet circular edge- 
stone set @ 25c. . 23 75 
3,750 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 25c. . 937 50 
512 cubic yards concrete base 
furnished and laid @ 

$9 4,608 00 

768 square yards existing 
granite block paving 
relaid, gravel joints, @ 
$1 . . . . 768 00 

3,073 square yards granite block 
paving furnished and 
laid, cement sand bed, 
grout joints, @ $3.70 . 11,370 10 
844 square yards existing 
brick sidewalks relaid 

@ 40c 337 60 

30,057 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks furnished and 
laid @ 23c. . . . 6,913 11 

28 covers reset @, $3 . . 84 00 

Extra work — Cut con- 
crete around 'Boston 
Elevated columns. 
119 hours, stonecutter, @ 

90c 107 10 

74 hours' labor, @ 45c. . 33 30 

Plus 15 per cent on 

$140.40 .... 21 06 

Extra work — Remove 
stumps on line of edge- 
stone. 
45 hours' labor @ 45c. . 20 25 

Plus 15 per cent on 

$20.25 . . . 3 04 

Extra work — Reset Brad- 
ley-Head catch-basin: 
8 hours, mason, @ 75c. . 6 00 

16 hours, helper, @ 50c. . 8 00 

Plus 15 per cent on $14 . 2 10 

2 bags cement @, 81|c. . 1 63 

Extra work — Reset gran- 
ite retaining wall at 
No. 300: 
5 hours, mason, @ 75c. . 3 75 

5 hours, helper, @ 50c. 2 50 



Carried forward . . . $25,286 79 $7,295 99 



Public Works Department. 



243 



Brought forward 

Plus 15 per cent on $2.25, 
2 bags cement @ 81 Jc. 



$25,286 79 

94 

1 63 



$7,295 99 



25,289 36 



$32,585 35 



Harvard street, from Prescott street to south side of Harvard square. 
Length, 445 linear feet. Area, 1,335 square yards. Edgestone reset, 
asphalt pavement laid and artificial stone sidewalks constructed. 



Engineering 


$125 46 


Engineering expense .... 


2 42 


Inspection 


88 94 


Edgestone 


56 36 


Teaming 


9 00 




$282 18 


Credit: Bricks, 20,300 second-hand . 


142 10 



Amount paid to the Bermudez Company, 
under contract: 

1 cubic yard rock excava- 
tion @ $8 . 

39 linear feet circular edge- 
stone set @ 25c. 
746 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 23c. . 

2 square yards existing gran- 
ite block paving relaid, 
gravel joints, @ $1 . 

9 square yards existing gran- 
ite block paving taken up, 
cleaned, culled and relaid, 
including preparing site, 
gravel bed, covering sand, 
and grout joints, @ $1.10, 

1,355 square yards bituminous 
concrete binder and as- 
phalt wearing surface fur- 
nished and laid on mac- 
adam foundation, includ- 
ing preparing site, @ 
$1.43 

4,811 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks furnished and 
laid @ 19|c. 

3 covers reset @, $3 



Less five per cent retained 



$140 OS 



$8 00 
9 75 



171 58 



2 00 



9 90 



1,937 65 



926 12 
9 00 


2,920 30 




$3,074 00 
153 70 






$3,060 38 







Hawkins street, from Sudbury street to Chardon street. Area, 849 square 
yards. Relaid old blocks on a concrete base, with grout joints. (Work 
done in connection with Sudbury street.) 



Engineering . 
Inspection 
Labor, chemist 

Carried forward 



$56 25 

122 24 

43 17 

$221 66 



244 City Document No. 26. 



Brought forward $221 66 

Amount paid to Simpson Brothers Corpora- 
tion, under contract: 
326 linear feet existing edgestone 

reset @ 25c. . . . $81 50 

14 square yards existing gran- 
ite block paving relaid, 
gravel joints and bed @ 
80c. . . . . . 11 20 

849 square yards existing granite 

block paving relaid on 6- 

inch concrete base, grout 

joints, @ $3.75 . . . 3,183 75 

153 square yards existing brick 

sidewalks relaid @ 40c. . 61 20 

5 covers reset, @, $3 . 15 00 

Extra work — Handle and 
dress old nagging as 
directed: 
16 hours, stonecutter, @ 75c. . 12 00 

27 hours' labor @ 50c. . 13 50 

Plus 15 per cent on $25.50, 3 83 



3,381 98 
$3,603 64 

Haymarket square. Length, 525 linear feet. Area, 6,850 square yards. 
Edgestone reset, roadway paved with granite block and existing brick 
sidewalks relaid. (Work done in 1917.) 

Engineering ......... $29 49 

Amount paid to B. E. Grant: 
Final payment on contract, 

work done in 1917 . $38 46 

Allowance for loss due delays, 
etc., as recommended by 
Boston Finance Commis- 



2,776 89 



2,815 35 

$2,844 S4 



India street, at Atlantic avenue. 

Engineering $19 00 

Lincoln street, from Essex street to Beach street. Length, 497 linear feet. 
Area, 2,400 square yards. Edgestone reset, granite block pavement 
and existing brick sidewalk relaid. (Work done in 1917.) 

Engineering $13 50 

Final pavment to B. E. Grant on contract for 

work done in 1917 38 46 

$51 96 



Market street, from Washington street to Western avenue. (Work not 
started.) 

Engineering $229 05 

Engineering expense 2 52 

$231 57 



Maverick square, from Sumner street to Maverick street. Length, 510 
linear feet. Area, 3,455 square yards. Edgestone reset, asphalt 
pavement laid and artificial stone sidewalks constructed. Unfinished 
work from 1918. Final payment not made. 



Public Works Department. 245 

Engineering $57 01 

Engineering expense • 2 58 

Inspection 68 17 

Amount paid to the Bermudez Company under 
contract : 

60 linear feet circular edge- 
stone set @ 25c. . . $15 00 
894 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 23c. . 205 62 
7 square yards existing gran- 
ite block paving relaid, 
gravel joints, @ $1 . 7 00 
136 square yards existing gran- 
ite blocks taken up, 
cleaned, culled and re-" 
laid (in brows and dum- 
my of car tracks), in- 
cluding preparing site, 
concrete base, cement 
sand bed and covering 
sand, grout joints, @ 
$2.10 . . . 285 60 
257 square yards existing gran- 
ite blocks taken up, 
cleaned, culled and re- 
laid (in gutters and 
edgings), 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 
9 square yards existing brick 

sidewalks relaid @, 50c, 4 50 

8,387 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks furnished and 
laid @ 19|c. . . . 1,614 50 

2 covers reset @ $3 . 6 00 

Extra work — Reset park 
edgestone around Tun- 
nel entrance: 
16 hours, foreman, @, 75c. . 12 00 

55 hours' labor @ 35c. . . 19 25 

Plus 15 per cent on $31.25, 4 69 



$10,460 72 
Less amount paid in 1917, 8,388 66 

$2,072 06 
Less 5 per cent of $10,- 

460.72 .... 523 03 



1,549 03 

$1,676 79 



Credit: Bricks, old sidewalk 204 40 

.$1,472 39 



246 



City Document No. 26. 



Mercantile street, from South Market street to Richmond street. Length 
533 linear feet, Area, 2,563 square yards. Relaid brick sidewalks' 
granite block paving laid and artificial stone sidewalks constructed. ' 



Engineering . 

Engineering expense . 

Inspection 

Labor, making templets 

Advertising . 

Lumber 

Edgestone 

Testing blocks 

Teaming 

Amount paid to Coleman Brothers, under 
contract : 

38 linear feet circular edge- 
stone set @ 30c. . . $11 40 
558 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 30c. . 167 40 
432 cubic yards concrete base 
furnished and laid @ 



807 square yards existing gran- 
ite block paving relaid, 
gravel joints, @ $1 
2,563 square yards granite block 
paving furnished and 
laid, cement sand bed, 
grout joints, @ $4.15 . 
18 square yards existing gran- 
ite block paving relaid, 
cement sand bed, grout 
joints, @ $1.25 
35 square yards existing flag- 
ging crosswalks relaid, 
cement sand bed, grout 
joints, @ $2 . 
344 square yards existing brick 
sidewalks relaid @ 50c, 
2.082 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks furnished and 
laid @ 25c. . 
9 covers reset @ $3 
Extra work — Raise sewer 
covers over six (6) inches : 
12 hours, mason, @ 80c. 
12 hours, tender, @ 50c. 
12 hours' labor @ 45c. . 
Plus 15 per cent on $21 
100 bricks @ $14 per M 
2 bags cement @ 75c. 
Extra work — Construct 
new catch-basin: 
14 hours, foreman, @ 75c. . 
12| hours, mason, @ 80c. 
12f hours, tender, @ 50c. 
112 hours' labor @ 45c. . 

Plus 15 per cent on $77.15, 
6 hours, single team, @ 75c, 
1,800 bricks @ $14 per M 
20 bags cement @ 75c 

Carried forward 



4,320 00 



807 00 



10,636 45 



22 50 



70 00 
172 00 



520 50 
27 00 



9 60 
6 00 
5 40 
3 15 
1 40 
1 50 



10 50 

10 00 
6 25 

50 40 

11 57 
4 50 

25 20 
15 00 

$16,914 72 



$164 45 

5 00 

174 14 

18 00 

1 94 

9 44 

55 75 

15 00 

10 50 



$454 22 



Public Works Department. 



247 



Brought forward 
1 10-inch bend furnished @ 
$2.52 . _ . 
30 linear feet 10-inch drain 
pipe furnished @ 63c. . 
Extra work — Dress old 
nagging for relaying 
crosswalks : 
16 hours, stonecutter, % 90c, 
Plus 15 per cent on $14.40, 



,914 72 


$454 22 


2 52 




18 90 




14 40 
2 16 


16,952 70 





$17,406 92 



Merchants row, from State street to South Market street. Work not 
started. 



Engineering . 



$32 00 



McKinley square, at Custom House. Length, 360 linear feet. Area, 
5,822 square yards. Edgestone reset, granite block pavement laid and 
existing brick sidewalks relaid. Work done in 1917. 



Engineering .- . 

Final payment under contract to B. E. Grant 
for work done in 1917 



38 46 



$58 24 











$138 42 










2 00 










145 16 










438 00 










90 63 










8 00 










6 00 



$1,928 88 



3,145 80 



46 79 



Neponset avenue, from Ashmont street to Chickatawbut street. Length, 
1,708 linear feet. Area, 8,350 square yards. Second hand granite 
block paving laid. (Unfinished work from 1917.) 

Engineering . 

Engineering expense 

Inspection 

Blocks, 21,900 old 

Labor, handling blocks 

Teaming 

Labor, loading flagging 

Amount paid to Boston Elevated Railway 

Company 

Amount paid to John F. Lynch, under con 

tract : 
1,786 granite blocks paving 
hauled and laid, grout 
joints, @ $1.08 . 
3,210 square yards existing gran- 
ite block paving taken 
up, cleaned and relaid, 
grout joints, @ 98c. 
51 square yards existing flag- 
ging crosswalks taken 
up, cleaned and relaid, 
grout joints, @ 98c. 
9 covers reset @ $3 
Extra work — Cull blocks 
and haul culls to Cod- 
man Street Yard: 
63 hours, foreman, @ 66|c. . 
126 hours' labor @ 45c. . 

Plus 15 per cent on $98.70, 
60 hours, auto truck, @, $3 . 



49 98 

27 00 


42 00 

56 70 

14 81 

180 00 



Carried forioard 



$5,445 17 



$875 00 



248 City Document No. 26. 



Brought forward . . . $5,445 17 $875 00 

Extra work — Bar up and 
repave dummy, with 
grout joints: 
101 hours, foreman, @ 66f c . 
651 hours' labor @ 45c. . 
192 hours, paver, 87^0 . 
143 hours, tender, @ 56c. 
103 hours, rammer, @ 56c. 
Plus 15 per cent on 
$666.04 .... 
1 12 hours, single team, @ 56c. , 
30 hours, auto truck, @ $3 . 
65 cubic yards sand @ $2 . 
19 cubic yards pebbles @ $3, 
124J barrels cement @ $2.75 . 
Less 16 hours' use of city 
steamroller @ $1.87 J . 



Less amount paid in 1917, 



67 


33 


292 


95 


168 00 


80 


08 


57 


68 


99 


91 


62 


72 


90 


00 


130 


00 


57 00 


342 


38 


30 


00 


$6,863 


22 


1,751 


00 



5,112 22 

$5,987 22 



North Anderson street, from Parkman street to Fruit street. Length, 105 
linear feet. Area, 214 square yards. Edgestone reset, brick block 
gutters laid, asphalt laid, pavement and artificial stone sidewalks 
constructed. (Work done in 1916 and 1917.) 
Final payment to Warren Brothers Company for work done 

under contract in 1917 $32 73 

North Grove street, from Cambridge street to Fruit street. Length, 456 
linear feet. Area, 1,538 square yards. Reset edgestone, granite 
block gutters relaid, asphalt pavement laid and artificial stone side- 
walk constructed. (Work done in 1917.) 

Engineering $6 20 

Final payment to Warren Brothers Company, 

under contract for work done in 1917 . 228 53 

$234 73 



North Russell street, from Cambridge street to Eaton square. Length, 
438 linear feet. Area, 1,273 square yards. Edgestone reset, granite 
block gutters repaved, asphalt pavement and artificial stone sidewalks 
constructed. (Unfinished work from 1917.) 

Engineering $36 43 

Engineering expense 15 

Inspection 24 93 

Amount paid to the Bermudez Company under 
contract : 

15 linear feet straight edge- 
stone and corners hauled 
and set @ 30c. . . $4 50 

9 linear feet circular edge- 
stone set @, 25c. . . 2 25 
657 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 2.3c. . 151 11 
33 square yards existing gran- 
ite block paving relaid, 
gravel joints, @, $1 . 33 00 



Carried forward . . $190 86 $61 51 



Public Works Department. 



249 



Brought forward 
257 square yards existing gran- 
ite blocks cleaned, culled 
and relaid, including 
concrete base, cement 
sand bed, covering sand, 
grout joints (in gutters 
and edgings), @ $2.10 . 
1,016 square yards concrete base, 
bituminous concrete bin- 
der and asphalt wearing 
surface furnished and 
laid © $2.53 . 

7 square yards existing brick 

sidewalks relaid @ 50c, 
4,253 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks furnished and 
laid @ 19ic. . 

8 covers reset @ $3 
Extra work — Unload and 

pile blocks at Barton 
street : 
93 hours' labor @ 35c. . 
Plus 15 per cent on $32.55, 



Less amount paid in 1917, 
Less 5 per cent retained 

Credit : Bricks, old sidewalk 



$190 86 



539 70 



$61 51 



2,570 48 . 




3 50 




818 70 
24 00 




32 55 

4 88 




$4,184 67 
3,171 55 




$1,013 12 
209 23 


803 89 






$865 40 
74 63 



$790 77 



Park street, from Tremont street to Beacon street. Length, 482 linear 
feet. Area. 1,854 square feet. Reset edgestone, Filbertine roadway 
constructed, granite block gutters repaved, granite block paving laid 
and artificial stone sidewalks constructed. Unfinished work from 
1917. 



Engineering 








$97 60 


Engineering expense . 








30 


Inspection 








171 39 


Advertising 








2 00 


Testing blocks 








90 00 


Edgestone 








12 30 


Labor, making templets 








8 00 


Lumber 








10 OS 


Teaming 








6 00 




$397 67 


Credit : Bricks, old sidewal 


V 






45 50 



Amount paid to Warren Brothers, under con- 
tract: 

11 linear feet straight edge- 
stone and corners hauled 
and set @ 50c. . . $5 50 



Carried forward 



$5 50 



52 17 



$352 17 



250 City Document No. 26. 



Brought forward . . . $5 50 $352 17 

91 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 30c. . 27 30 

145 cubic yards concrete base 
furnished and laid @ 
$10 1,450 00 

55S square yards granite block 
paving furnished and 
laid, pitch joints, @ 
$5.05 . . 2,817 90 

156 square yards granite block 
paving furnished and 
laid, grout joints, @ 
$4.95 .... 772 20 

169 square yards granite block 
paving taken up, cleaned 
hauled, piled and relaid, 
grout joints, @ $2 . 338 00 

959 square yards Filbertine 
wearing surface fur- 
nished and laid on mac- 
adam foundation @ 
$2.14 . . . . • 2,052 26 
2,713 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks furnished and 
laid @ 32c. ... 868 16 

6 covers reset @ $3 . . 18 00 

8,349 32 



Final payment to B. E. Grant for work 

done under his contract in 1917 . 100 00 



$8,801 49 

Parkman street, from North Anderson street to North Grove street. 
Length, 172 linear feet. Area, 495 square yards. Edgestone reset, 
brick block gutters laid, asphalt pavement laid and artificial stone 
sidewalks constructed. (Work done in 1916 and 1917.) 

Engineering . . • $6 91 

Final payment to Warren Brothers Company, 

under contract, in 1916 and 1917 ... 70 04 

$76 95 

Portland street, from Hanover street to Causeway street. (Work not 
started.) 

Engineering $180 91 

Richmond street, from Hanover street to Atlantic avenue. (Work not 
started.) 

Engineering $51 37 

Engineering expense 42 



$51 79 

School street, from Washington street to Tremont street. (Work done in 
1916.) 

Engineering $1 50 

Final payment to B. E. Grant, under contract, 

for work done in 1916 471 79 

$473 29 



Public Works Department. 



251 



Somerset street, from Beacon street to Ashburton place. Length, 320 linear 
feet. Area, 736 square yards. Reset edgestone, granite blocks laid 
and artificial stone sidewalks constructed. 

Engineering . 

Engineering expense 

Inspection 

Advertising . 

Photographs 

Teaming 

Lumber 

Labor, making templets 



Credit : Bricks, old sidewalk 



Amount paid to Warren Brothers Company, 
under contract: 
177 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @, 30c. $53 10 
123 cubic yards concrete 
base furnished and laid 
@ $10 . . . . 1,230 00 
736 square yards granite block 
paving furnished and 
laid, grout joints, @ 
$4.95 . . . . 3,643 20 
7 square yards existing 
brick sidewalks relaid 

@ 55c 3 85 

1,925 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks furnished and 
laid at 32c. . . . 616 00 

2 covers reset @, $3 . . 6 00 



$59 08 


30 


79 27 


2 00 


3 50 


7 50 


6 72 


24 00 


$182 37 


37 80 



$144 57 



5,552 15 



S5.69ii 72 



South street, from Jamaica street to Arborway. Length, 1,648 linear feet. 
Area, 5,200 square yards. Edgestone reset, granite block gutters 
paved, asphalt pavement laid and granite block paving relaid, with 
grout joints. 



Engineering . 












$274 01 


Engineering expense 












6 72 


Inspection 












151 27 


Labor, catch-basins 












77 60 


Labor 












3 00 


Blocks . 












66 00 


Edgestone 












27 12 


Flagging 












25 20 


Teaming 












12 00 


Amount paid to the Bermudez Company, undf 


r 


contract : 




796 linear feet existing edge- 




stone reset @ 23c. . $183 OS 




41 square yards existing 




granite block paving 




relaid, gravel joints, @, 




$1 41 00 





Carried forward 



24 08 



$642 92 



252 



City Document No. 26. 



Brought forward 
31 square yards existing flag- 
ing crosswalks relaid, 
gravel joints, @ $1.40 . 
1 cover reset @ $3 
Extra work — Omit con- 
crete base and lay gran- 
ite blocks on gravel bed, 
with grout joints: 
1,364 square yards existing 
granite block paving re- 
laid, grout joints, @, 
$1.10 
42 square yards granite block 
paving hauled and laid, 
grout joints, @ $1.50 . 
rDxtra work — ■ Omit con- 
crete base and lay bitu- 
minous concrete binder 
and asphalt wearing sur- 
f a c e on macadam 
foundation : 
3,891 square yards bituminous 
concrete binder and as- 
phalt wearing surface 
furnished and laid © 
$1.43 .... 



Less amount retained, 
per cent . 



$224 08 



43 40 
3 00 



$642 92 



1,500 40 
63 00 



5,564 13 

$7,398 01 
369 90 



7,028 11 



$7,671 03 



Sudbury street, from Court street to Merrimac street. Length, 870 linear 
feet. Area, 2,338 square yards. Reset edgestone, granite block 
paving laid and artificial stone sidewalks constructed. 

47 



Engineering expense . 
Inspection 
Advertising . 
Labor, making templets 
Lumber . . - . 










1 21 

313 08 

5 40 

14 00 

16 73 


Blocks . 












221 00 


Teaming 
Edgestone 












3 00 

178 33 


Testing blocks 












90 00 


Credit: Bricks, old sidewalk 


$1,329 22 
19 25 



Amount paid to Simpson Brothers, under con- 
tract : 

106 linear feet straight edge- 
stone and corners hauled 
and set @ 50c. . . $53 00 

35 linear feet circular edge- 
stone set @ 40c. . . 14 00 
621 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @, 25c. 



$1,309 97 



155 25 



Carried forward 



$222 25 $1,309 97 



Public Works Department. 253 



Brought forward 


$222 25 


$1,309 97 


510 cubic yards concrete base 






furnished and laid @ 






$9.80 . . . 


4,998 00 




367 square yards existing gran- 






ite block paving relaid, 






gravel joints, @, 80c. . 


293 60 




2,838 square yards granite block 






paving furnished and 






laid, grout joints, @ 






$4.25 .... 


12,061 50 




573 square yards existing gran- 






ite block paving relaid, 






grout joints, @ $1.60 . 


916 80 




24 square yards existing 






nagging crosswalks re- 






laid, grout joints, (5 






$1.60 . . . . 


38 40 




56 square yards existing brick 






sidewalks relaid @ 40c, 


22 40 




5,545 square feet artificial stone 






sidewalks furnished and 






laid @ 28c. . 


1,552 60 




7 covers reset @ $3 


21 00 




Extra work — Relay gran- 






ite block paving, grout 






joints, on 6-inch con- 






crete base, reset edge- 






stone and relay brick 






sidewalks on Hawkins 






street, from Sudbury 






street to Char don 






street. 






Extra work — Haul culls to 






Medford street and haul 






second-hand block from 






Willard street: 






212 square yards blocks hauled 






@ 60c 


127 20 




Extra work — Haul and 






lay granite blocks on 






gravel base with grout 






joints, as directed in 






Sudbury square. 






239 square yards granite block 






paving hauled and set, 






grout joints, @ $2 


478 00 




2 covers set @, $3 


6 00 


20,737 75 








snue to Wei 


$22,047 72 


albot avenue, from Dorchester av 


les avenue. (Work not 


started.) 






Engineering 




$35 00 

fm on 




•4?Oo W 



T remont street, from Boylston street to Common street. (Work done in 
1917, except artificial stone sidewalks.) 

Engineering $184 97 

Inspection 72 08 



Carried forward $257 05 



254 City Document No. 26. 



Brought forward 

Advertising 

Amount paid to Boston Elevated Railway 
Company 

Final payment to B. E. Grant for work done 
under contract in 1917 

Amount paid to Warren Brothers under con- 
tract : 

4,323 square feet artificial stone sidewalks fur- 
nished and laid @ 32c. 



Credit: Bricks, old sidewalk 



$257 
2 


05 
00 


578 


29 


100 


00 


1,383 


36 


$2,320 70 
61 25 



2,259 45 



Tremont street, from Hammond street to Station street. (Work not started.) 

Engineering $352 73 

Engineering expense 6 44 

$359 17 

Washington street, from 78 feet south of Court avenue to Beach street. 
Length, 2,814 linear feet. Area, 7,311 square yards. Reset edge- 
stone, wood block paving laid and brick sidewalks relaid. (Work 
done in 1917.) 
Engineering .... ... $31 80 

Engineering expense 20 

Final payment, under contract, to B. E. Grant, 

for work done in 1917 427 40 

$459 40 

Washington street, from Haymarket square to Elm street. (Work done in 

1917, except artificial stone sidewalks.) 

Engineering $52 13 

Engineering expense 56 

Inspection 74 79 

Advertising 1 75 

Final payment to B. E. Grant, 

under contract for work done 

in 1917 $141 67 

Allowance due to delay, etc., as 

recommended by Boston 

Finance Commission . . 1,350 70 



1,492 37 



Amount paid to V. Grande, under contract : 
5,472 square feet artificial stone sidewalks 

furnished and laid @ 21c. . . . 1,149 12 



Credit: Bricks, old sidewalk . $4 90 

Blocks, old paving . 280 00 



$2,770 72 
284 90 



2,485 82 



Washington street, from Brattle street, across Elm street. Repaved with 
granite blocks on a concrete base, with grout joints, 433 square yards 
and crosswalks relaid, 20 square yards. 

Inspection $12 47 

Cement 150 30 



Carried forward $162 77 



Public Works Department. 255 



Brought forward 








$162 77 


Crushed stone 








85 50 


Gravel 








46 41 


Fuel 








16 50 


Labor, roadway excavating 








' 123 95 


Labor, roadway paving 








161 17 


Labor, roadwav grouting . 








16 50 


Labor, crosswalk repaving . 








10 00 


Labor, concrete base . 








45 22 


Blocks, 3,250 @ 85c . 








276 25 


Teaming .... 








94 00 




$1,038 27 


Credit : Blocks, old granite . 








165 00 



573 27 



Washington street, from Talbot avenue to Ashmont street, extended to 
Armandine street. Length, 2,035 linear feet. Area, 9,364 square 
yards. Edgestone reset, Topeka pavement laid, granite block gutters 
laid and artificial stone sidewalks constructed. 

Engineering $208 92 

Engineering expense 4 89 

Inspection 164 58 

Advertising 6 00 

$384 39 
Credit: Bricks, old sidewalk .... 164 50 

$219 89 
Amount paid to Warren Brothers, under con- 
tract: 
1,310 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 33c. . $432 30 
25 s q u a r e yards existing 
granite block paving 
relaid, gravel joints, @ 

$1 25 00 

321 square yards existing 
granite block paving 
relaid, grout joints for 
brows, @ $1.93 . . 619 53 

34 s q u a r e yards existing 
granite block paving 
relaid, with grout 
joints for edgings, @ 
$1.75 .... 59 50 

6,156 square yards Topeka 
wearing surface fur- 
nished and laid on 
macadam foundation 
@ $2.04 . . . 12,558 24 
5 square yards existing 
brick sidewalks relaid 

@ 55c 2 75 

11,042 square feet artificial 
stone sidewalks fur- 
nished and laid @ 35c, 3,864 70 
361 square feet artificial 
stone driveways fur- 
nished and laid @ 38c, 137 18 

Carried forward . . . $17,699 20 $219 89 



256 City Document No. 26. 



Brought forward 


$17,699 20 


$219 89 


7 covers reset @ $3 


21 00 




3 covers reset (one course 






of brickwork) @, $3.50, 


10 50 




1 cover reset (Bradley 






^ Head) @ $5 - . 


5 00 




Extra work — Grade 






and roll approaching 






streets where directed: 






11 hours, foreman, @ 75c. . 


8 25 




129 hours' labor @ 50c. 


60 00 




Plus 15 per cent on $68.25, 


10 24 




3 hours, double team, @ 






$1 . . . 


3 00 




11 hours, single team, @ 






75c 


8 25 




3 hours, auto truck, @ $3, 


9 00 


17,834 44 










<ffi q n^j. or> 




•t>lo,UO'± GO 



West Broadway, from Dorchester avenue to E street. Length, 2,598 
linear feet. Area, 11,572 square yards. Brick block gutters laid, 
asphalt pavement laid. (Work done in 1917.) 

Engineering $39 4S 

Final payment to Warren Brothers Company, 

under contract, for work done in 1917 . . 1,723 77 

— — $1,763 25 

West Canton street, from Tremont street to Berkeley street. (Work done 
in 1916.) 
Final payment on contract with Warren Brothers Company, 

for work done in 1916 280 04 



STREETS CONSTRUCTED OR IN THE PROCESS OF 
CONSTRUCTION UNDER CHAPTER 393 OF THE 
ACTS OF 1906, AND THE COST CHARGED TO 
TO THE APPROPRIATION FOR HIGHWAYS, 
MAKING OF. 

Alger Street, from Dorchester avenue to New York, New Haven & Hartford 
Railroad. Length, 549 linear feet. Area, 3,050 square yards. Filling 
furnished and placed. (Unfinished work from 1917.) 



Engineering 

Engineering expense .... 

Inspection 

Photographs 

Amount paid to Frank J. Hannon, under con- 
tract : 
3,286 cubic yards filling fur- 
nished and placed @ 

90c $2,957 40 

Extra work — Remove 
timber which interferes 
with proper placing of 
filling: 
| day, foreman, @ $6 . . 3 00 



$163 72 

8 70 

494 26 

8 00 



Carried forward . . . $2,960 40 $674 68 



Public Works Department. 



257 



Brought forward 
5 days' labor (g, $3.20 . 

Plus 15 per cent on $19 
2 hours, double team, @ 



Less amount paid in 1917, 



$2,960 40 

16 00 

2 85 

16 00 


$2,995 25 
573 75 



$674 68 



2,421 50 



$3,096 IS 



Amory street (north side), from opposite east side of Bragdon street, about 
384 feet westerly. Length, 384 linear feet. Area, 2,620 square feet. 
Artificial stone sidewalks constructed, also tree pits. 



Engineering 




$22 94 


Engineering expense . 




2 09 


Inspection 




59 86 


Advertising 




5 25 


Gravel 




47 25 


Amount paid to Joseph A. Singarello, under 




contract : 






2,542 square feet artificial stone 






sidewalks furnished and 






laid @ 24c. 


$610 08 




78 square feet artificial stone 






driveways furnished and 






land @ 28c. . . . 


21 84 




18 linear feet existing edge- 






stone reset @ 60c. 


10 80 




1 square yard existing gran- 






ite block paving relaid 






@$1 . . . 


1 00 




Extra work — Furnish and 






place loam and frame 






sidewalks for tree space: 






11 tree space constructed @ 






$8 


88 00 


731 72 






Asphalt, miscellaneous : 




One paving outfit ... 




$3,150 00 


Rental from July 14 to November 1 


1917 '. 


1,860 00 



$869 11 



$1,290 00 



Atioill road, now Richwood street, to Park street. (Work not started.) 
Engineering $4 00 



Augustus avenue, from Metropolitan avenue to Ethel street. (Work don* 1 
in 1917.) 

Engineering 

Engineering expense 

Final payment to M. DeMatteo for work 
done, under contract in 1917 



Baird street, from Morton street to Blue Hill avenue. (Work not started.) 
Engineering . . • . . $4 00 



$S 63 
20 




496 62 


$505 45 





258 City Document No. 26. 

Blake street (Hyde Park boundary across Randolph road.) Length, 142 
linear feet. Area, 467 square yards. Edgestone set, granite block 
gutter laid, asphalt pavement laid and artificial stone sidewalks 
constructed. (Work done in 1917.) 

Final payment to Central Construction Com- 
pany, under contract for work done in 
1917 $108 13 

Less 2,100 second-hand blocks @ 18c. . 37 80 

■ $70 33 



Bowdoin street, near Hendry street. Seventy-three feet edgestone set, 728 
square feet artificial stone walks constructed. 



Engineering 






$16 56 


Engineering expense . 






05 


Edgestone excavating 






30 00 


Edgestone setting 






48 00 


Teaming 






49 25 


Labor, roadway excavating 






65 00 


Labor, artificial stone sidewalks 






92 50 


Lumber 






5 49 


Cement 






50 70 


Sand 






12 80 


Gravel 






17 44 



$387 79 

Breck avenue, from Washington street to Langley road. (Work done in 
1916 and 1917.) 

Engineering $17 14 

Inspection 30 

Road oil 234 30 



$251 74 
Credit: Edgestone 38 16 



Amount paid to M. DeMatteo: 
360 cubic yards earth excava- 
tion @ 75c. . . $270 00 
Removing trees, bushes, 

etc 30 00 

4 cubic yards rock excava- 

tion @ $5 20 00 

266 linear feet edgestone 

hauled and set @ 25c, 66 50 

124 linear feet circular edge- 
stone set @ 12c. . . 14 88 
22 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 13c. . 2 86 

765 square yards bituminous 
macadam surface fur- 
nished and placed @ 80c, 612 00 
2,776 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks furnished and 
placed @ 14c . . 388 64 
66 square feet artificial stone 
driveways furnished and 
placed @ 20c . . 13 20 

5 covers reset @ $3 . . 15 00 



$213 58 



Carried forward . ... $1,433 08 $213 58 



Public Works Department. 259 



Brought forward . . . $1,433 08 $213 5S 

Extra work — ■ Haul circu- 
lar edgestone from cor- 
ner Washington street 
to proper location: 
9 hours' labor @ 37c. . . 3 33 

Plus 15 per cent on $3.33, 50 

3 hours, double team, @ 78c, 2 34 

Extra work — Grade ap- 
proaches at Crescent 
avenue and Washington 
street : 
13* hours, foreman, @ 55c. . 7 43 

75 hours' labor @ 40c. . . 30 00 

Plus 15 per cent on $37.43, 5 61 

9 hours, double team, @75c, 6 75 





$1,489 04 


Less amount paid 




in 1917 . .$413 87 




Less amount re- 




tained . .35 72 






449 59 





1,039 45 
$1,253 03 



Brunswick street, from Blue Hill avenue to Normandy street. Length, 
639 linear. feet. Area, 1,852 square yards. Edgestone set, gutters 
repaved, roadway paved with asphalt and artificial stone sidewalks 
constructed. (Work done in 1916 and 1917.) 

Engineering $0 75 

Final payment to Central Construction Com- 
pany, under contract for work done in 

1916 and 1917 29 42 

$30 17 



Burlington avenue, from Brookline avenue 501 feet northwesterly. (Work 
not started.) 

Engineering $3 00 

Cameron street, from Hancock street 530 feet southerly. (Work not started.) 

Engineering $43 00 

Engineering expense 20 

$43 20 



Carmel street, from Tremont street to Delle avenue. Length, 250 linear 

feet. Area, 722 square yards. Edgestone set, bitulithic pavement 
laid and artificial stone sidewalks constructed. 

Engineering $33 25 

Engineering expense 1 93 

Inspection 135 29 

Blocks 67 50 

Edgestone, 100 feet straight, 27 feet 10 inches 

circular and lguttermouth .... 165 37 

Labor, chemist 3 33 

Labor, handling stock 1 50 



Carried forward $408 17 



260 City Document No. 26. 



Brought forward 






$408 17 


Credit: Flagging 






18 24 




$389 93 


Amount paid to Warren Brothers Company, 




under contract: 








Removing trees, bushes, 








etc 


$25 


00 




279 cubic yards earth excava- 








tion @ $1.25 . 


348 


75 




100 linear feet straight edge- 








stone and corners hauled 








and set @ 50c. 


50 


00 




29 linear feet circular edge- 








stone set @ 35c. . 


10 


15 




302 linear feet existing edge- 








stone reset @ 30c. 


90 


60 




116 square yards granite block 








paving hauled and laid, 








concrete base, @ $3 


348 


00 




35 square yards existing gran- 








ite block paving relaid, 








concrete base, @ $2.50, 


87 


50 




599 square yards concrete base 








and bitulithic wearing 








surface furnished and 








laid @ $2.50 . . . 


1,497 


50 




13 square yards existing brick 








sidewalks relaid @ 50c, 


6 


50 




2,573 square feet artificial stone 








sidewalks furnished and 








laid @ 20c. 


514 


60 




43 square feet artificial stone 








driveways furnished and 








laid @ 23c. 


9 


89 




2 covers reset @ $3 . 


6 


00 





2,994 49 

$3,384 42 



Caspian way, from Savin Hill avenue 520 feet northerly. (Work done in 
1917.) 
Engineering .... ... $10 71 

Final payment to Martino De Matteo for work 

done in 1917, under contract . . . 1,080 60 

$1,091 31 

Cedric street, from Magazine street to Langdon street. Length, 616 linear 
feet. Area, 1,369 square yards. Edgestone set, asphalt pavement 
laid and artificial stone sidewalks constructed. (Work done in 1917.) 
Final payments to Central Construction Company for work 

done in 1917, under contract . . . . • . . $35 06 

Centervale Park, from Upland avenue to Brunswick street. Length, 517 
linear feet. Area, 2,219 square yards. Edgestone set, asphalt road- 
way laid and artificial stone sidewalks constructed. (Work done in 
1916 and 1917.) 

Engineering $3 23 

Final payment to Central Construction Com- 
pany for work done in 1916 and 1917, under 

contract 87 73 

$90 96 



Public Works Department. 



261 



Centre street, from South street to Spring street. 
Engineering 



(Work not started.) 

$185 61 



Chelsea street, from Foss street to Adams street. (Work not started. ) 
Engineering expense 



25 



Clarendon street, from Stuart street to Boylston street. (Work not started.) 
Engineering $3 00 

Cliff mont street, from Canterbury street to 1,120 feet southerly. Length, 
1,151 linear feet. Area, 3,358 square yards. Macadam pavement 
laid, edgestone reset and artificial stone sidewalks constructed on 
west side. (Unfinished work from 1917.) 

Engineering . 

Engineering expense . 



Inspection 

Labor, handling stock 
Road oil, 8,530 gallons 
Edgestone, 545 feet straight 
Amount paid to Martin DeMatteo, under 
tract : 

Removing trees, bushes, 

etc 

1,100 cubic yards earth excava- 
tion @ $1 
23 1 cubic yards water box ex- 
cavation % 15 
1\ cubic yards rock excava- 
tion @ $3 
1,277 linear feet straight edge- 
stone and corners hauled 
and set @ 30c. 
SS linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 18c. 
7 square yards existing gran- 
ite block paving relaid, 
gravel joints, @ 50c. 
3,337 square yards bituminous 
macadam surface fur- 
nished and placed @ 

99c 

6,986 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks furnished and 
laid (a, 19c. 
314 square feet artificial stone 
driveways furnished and 
laid @ 25c. . 



Less 15 per cent 
retained . I 

Less amount 
paid in 1917, 



,113 28 
459 00 



$85 00 

1,100 00 

117 50 



50 



383 10 
15 84 



3 50 



3,303 63 



1,327 34 



78 50 



-,421 91 



1,572 2S 



$188 81 

7 64 

392 83 

10 29 

1,023 60 

384 32 



5,849 63 



$7,857 12 



Conley street, from Old Colony avenue to Tenean street. Length, 473 
linear feet. Area, 1,367 square yards. Filling furnished and placed. 
(Unfinished work from 1917.) 



262 City Document No. 26. 

Engineering $116 75 

Engineering expense . 1 65 

Inspection 123 90 

Labor, grading 88 41 

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

contract : 
2,200 cubic yards filling 
furnished and placed @ 

95c $2,090 00 

Less 15 per cent 

retained . . $313 50 
Less amount 

paid in 1917 . 969 00 



1,282 50 



S07 50 



1,138 21 



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. (Work 
done in 1916 and 1917.) 

Engineering $32 73 

Amount paid to Martino DeMatteo, under 
contract : 
4,558 cubic yards earth excava- 
tion @ 75c. . . . $3,418 50 
28 cubic yards rock excava- 
tion @ $5 . 140 00 
2,434 linear feet straight edge- 
stone and corners 
hauled and set @ 25c, 608 50 
82 linear feet circular 

edgestone set @ 12c, 9 84 

182 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 13c . 23 66 
1,282 linear feet crushed stone 
and concrete 
foundation furnished 
and placed @ 14c . 179 48 
85 s q u a r e yards existing 
granite block paving 
relaid @ 45c . . 38 25 
69 s q u a r e yards existing 
flagging c r o s swalks 
relaid @ 45c . . 31 05 
4,071 square yards bituminous 
macadam surface fur- 
nished and placed @ 
80c . . . . 3,256 80 
16,204 square feet artificial 
stone sidewalks fur- 
nished and laid @ 14c, 2,268 56 
252 square feet artificial 
stone driveways fur- 
nished and laid @ 20c, 50 40 
17 covers reset @ $3 . 51 00 
Extra work — Reset 5 
manhole covers over 
6 inches: 
9 hours, foreman, @ 55c, 4 95 

Carried forward . . . $10,080 99 $32 73 



$10,080 99 


15 00 


4 


10 


25 


60 


7 


49 


1 


13 


18 


in) 


10 


(in 


3 


75 


6 


60 


19 


00 



Public Works Department. 263 

Brought forward . . . $10,080 99 $32 73 

20 hours, mason, @ 75c. 

11 hours, tender, @ 40c. 
64 hours' labor @ 40c. 

Plus 15 per cent on 

$49.95 .... 

li hours, double team, @ 

75c. .... 

1,200 brick © $15 M. 

4 barrels cement @ $2.50 . 

U double load sand @ $2.50, 

Extra work — Grade 

approaches as directed : 

12 hours, foreman, @ 55c. . 
47| hours' labor @ 40c. 

Plus 15 per cent on 

$25.60 .... 3 84 

9 hours, double team, @ 

75c 6 75 

Extra work — Re- 
excavate edge- 
stone trench and fur- 
nish additional crushed 
stone and gravel on 
account of trench being 
filled by Water Service : 
9 hours, foreman, @ 55c. . 4 95 

70 hours' labor @ 35c. . 24 50 

Plus 15 per cent o n 

$29.45 .... 4 42 

8 hours, double team, @ 

75c 6 00 

8 tons crushed stone (§) 

$1.75 .... 14 00 

4 double loads gravel @ 

$2.50 .... 10 00 

Extra work — Furnish 
watchman and lights 
at night for holes left 
in street by Water 
Division: 
246 hours, watchman, @ 35c, 86 10 

Plus 15 per cent o n 

$86.10 .... 12 92 

21 nights, lighting, @ 25c. . 5 25 
Extra work — Bar 

and ram sewer trench: 
43 hours, foreman, @ 50c, 21 50 

181| hours' labor @ 35c. . 63 53 

6 hours, watchman, @ 35c, 2 10 

Plus 15 per cent o n 

$87.13 .... 13 07 

22 hours, double team, @ 

75c 16 50 



$10,487 39 



Less amount paid 

in 1916-17 . 8,217 37 



$2,270 02 
Amount retained . . 35 72 



2,234 30 

$2,267 03 



264 



City Document No. 26. 



Cummings road, from Commonwealth avenue to 835 feet easterly. Length, 
903 linear feet. Area, 2,714 square yards. Edgestone set, granite 
block gutters laid, asphalt pavement laid and artificial stone sidewalks 
constructed. 



Engineering 

Engineering expense 

Final payment to Central Construction Com- 
panv, under contract for work done in 
1917 



SI 75 
15 



592 05 



Less 8,650 second-hand granite blocks delivered 
to contractor @ $18 



$593 95 
155 70 



$438 25 



Dana avenue footway, from Dana avenue to Eastern avenue. Artificial 
stone walls, steps and walks constructed. 

Amount paid to James Doherty, under contract. Furnish 
all labor, tools and materials necessary for building 
artificial stone walls, steps, platforms and walks $2,750 00 

Deer street, from Roach street to Melvinside terrace. Ninety feet straight 
edgestone set, 8-foot 6-inch circular edgestone set, gutter paved in part, 
crosswalk relaid and roadway partly graded. (Work unfinished.) 

Engineering .... 
Engineering expense 
Edgestone, 90 feet straight and 

circular .... 
Gravel .... 

Bricks 

Labor, edgestone excavating 
Labor, edgestone reset 
Labor, gutter repaving 
Labor, crosswalk, relaid 
Labor, roadway grading 
Labor, handling stock 
Labor, stonecutter 
Teaming .... 



Downer avenue, from DeWolf street to Sawyer avenue. (Work done in 
1917.) 

Payment to Martino DeMatteo for work clone 

in 1917, under contract $989 20 

Engineering 25 63 

$1,014 83 

Dunbar avenue, from Washington street westerly. (Work not started.) 







$41 00 






1 40 




8 feet 6 inches 


121 31 








20 80 








6 30 








38 00 








19 00 








28 50 








9 50 








12 00 








8 00 








16 00 








13 00 








$334 81 







Engineering . 
Engineering expense . 



$70 53 
3 30 



$70 83 



East First street, from West First street to H street. (Work done in 1916.) 
Engineering $8 00 



Public Works Department. 265 

Epping street, from Washington street to Norfolk street. Length, 241 
linear feet. Area, 556 square yards. Edgestone set, asphalt pave- 
ment laid and artificial stone sidewalks constructed. (Work done in 
1916 and 1917.) 

Final payment to Central Construction Company, for work 

done under contract $124 42 



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. (Work done 
in 1916 and 1917.) 

Final payment to Central Construction Company, for work 

done in 1916 and 1917, under contract $30 49 

Everton street, from Geneva avenue to Olney street. Length, 690 linear 
feet. Area, 2,026 square yards. Edgestone set, Topeka pavement 
laid and artificial stone sidewalks constructed. 

Engineering $13 23 

Engineering expense 20 

Final payment to Central Construction Com- 
panv for work done in 1916 and 1917, under 

contract 189 02 

$202 45 



Fordham road, from Commonwealth avenue to Brighton avenue. Length, 
624 linear feet. Area, 1,803 square yards. Edgestone set, granite 
block gutters laid, asphalt pavement laid and artificial stone sidewalks 
constructed. (Work done in 1916 and 1917.) 

Engineering $1 74 

Engineering expense 15 

Amount paid to Central Construction Com- 
pany, under contract: 
906 cubic yards earth excava- 
tion @ 74c. . . $670 44 
5 cubic yards rock excava- 
tion at $6 . . . 30 00 
1,018 linear feet straight edge- 
stone and corners hauled 
and set © 23c. . . 234 14 
41 linear feet circular edge- 
stone set @ 15c. . . 6 15 
8 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 15c. . 1 20 
10 square yards granite block 
paving hauled and laid, 
including concrete base, 
grout joints, @ $1.60 . 16 00 
23 square y a r d s existing 
granite block paving re- 
laid, including concrete 
base, grout joints, @ 
$1.50 .... 34 50 
1,481 square yards concretebase, 
bituminous concrete 
binder and asphalt wear- 
ing surface furnished 
and laid @ $2.05 . . 3,036 05 



Carried forward . . . $4,02S 48 $1 89 



266 City Document No. 26. 

Brought forward . . . $4,028 48 $1 89 

3,194 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks furnished and 
laid @ 14|c. ■ . ■ ■ 471 12 

66 square feet artificial stone 
driveways furnished and 
laid @ 14fc. ... 9 74 

S covers reset @ $3 . . 24 00 

Extra work — Omit the 
furnishing and laying of 
brick block gutters and 
substitute the furnishing 
and laying of second- 
hand granite block 
gutters: 
340 square yards concrete base 
and second-hand granite 
block gutters furnished 
and laid @ $2 . . 680 00 

Extra work — Omit the 
setting of edgestone and 
remove edgestone al- 
ready set where directed 
on account of change in 
construction : 
1S5 linear feet straight edge- 
stone hauled @ 13c. . 24 05 
4f days, edgestone setter, @ 

$6 26 25 

21 days' labor © $2.80 . 58 80 

Plus 15 per cent on $85.05, 12 76 

8| days, double team, @ $7 _. 61 25 

Extra work — Omit arti- 
ficial stone sidewalks 
and substitute artificial 
stone driveways as di- 
rected: 
3,681 square feet artificial stone 
driveways furnished and 
laid ® 19fc. ... 727 00 

$6,123 45 
Less 11,250 second-hand 
granite block delivered 
to contractor © $18 M., 202 50 



$5,920 95 
Less amount paid in 1917, 5,500 98 



419 97 
$421 86 



Fuller street, from Commonwealth avenue to Brookline line. Length 145 
feet. Area, 547 square yards. Water bound macadam roadway 6 
inches deep built and artificial stone sidewalks constructed. (Un- 
finished work from 1917.) 



Engineering 


$24 94 


Engineering expense . 


1 48 


Inspection 


25 93 


Advertising 


2 90 


Gravel 


46 16 


Carried forward 


$101 41 



Public Works Department. 



267 



Brought forward 

Cement 

Crushed stone, 175.3 tons 
Blocks, 2,871 old granite . 
Edgestone, 206 feet straight, 15 feet 7 inches 
circular and 3 small corners . 

Teaming 

Steam roller, parking . 
Steam roller, rolling . 
1,819 square feet artificial stone 

sidewalks furnished and 

laid, not including exca- 

tion and preparing site, 

@ 19c. . . . $345 61 

238 square feet artificial stone 

driveways furnished and 

laid @ 22c. ... 52 36 



Labor, edgestone excavating 
Labor, edgestone setting . 
Labor, brick walk excavating 
Labor, brick walk relaying 
Labor, gutter excavating . 
Labor, gutter paving . 
Labor, roadway excavating 
Labor, roadway, spreading stone 
Labor, crosswalk excavating 
Labor, crosswalk laying 



$101 41 


1 


95 


394 


53 


57 


42 


324 


82 


314 


25 


77 


00 


70 


00 



397 97 

38 00 

47 38 

4 00 

19 00 

54 75 

42 87 

182 50 

148 67 

3 00 

7 00 



.286 52 



Gaffney street, from Commonwealth avenue to Boston & Albany Railroad. 
Length, 779 linear feet. Area, 4,374 square yards. Edgestone set, 
granite block gutters paved, asphalt pavement laid and artificial stone 
sidewalks constructed. (Work done in 1916 and 1917.) 

Final payment to Central Construction Com- 
pany, under contract for work done in 
1916 and 1917 $267 63 

Less 13,100 second-hand granite blocks 

delivered to contractor at $18 per M. . 235 80 



$31 83 



Glencoe street, from North Beacon street to Garden street. Length, 763 
linear feet. Area, 2,212 square yards. Edgestone set, granite block 
gutters laid, asphalt pavement laid and artificial stone sidewalks 
constructed. (Work done in 1917.) 



Engineering 

Engineering expense . 

Payment to Central Construc- 
tion Company for work done 
in 1917, under contract . • . 

Less 12,350 second-hand granite 
blocks delivered to contrac- 
tor @ $18 per M. . 



$495 48 
222 30 



$1 49 
10 



273 18 



$274 77 



Goodale road, from Blue Hill avenue about 630 feet northwester^. Length, 
627 linear feet. Area, 1,905 square yards. Granite block gutters 
paved, concrete wall and fence built and macadam roadway laid. 
(Unfinished work from 1917.) 



268 



City Document No. 26. 



Engineering . . 
Inspection 

Engineering expense . 
Advertising . 
Teaming 

Blocks, 7,100 old granite @ $20 M. 
Edgestone, 566 feet 9 inches straight, 
corners and 48 feet 7| inches circular 
Amount paid to William J. Rafferty. 
contract : 

Removing trees, etc. 
568 cubic yards earth excava- 
tion @ $1.10 . 
566 linear feet straight edge- 
stone and corners hauled 
and set @ 30c. 
49 linear feet circular edge- 
stone set @ 30c. . 

33 linear feet existing edge- 

stone reset @ 30c. 
174 square yards granite block 
paving, with grout joints, 
on gravel base, hauled 
and laid, @ $1.45 

15 square yards existing gran- 

ite block paving relaid, 

with grout joints, on 

gravel base, @ $1 

4,700 square feet artificial stone 

sidewalks furnished and 

laid @ 29c. . 

70 square feet artificial stone 

driveways furnished and 

laid @ 32c. . . 

8 covers reset @ $3 . . . 

Constructing wall and 
fence .... 

Extra work — -Remove the 
stumps at the north- 
westerly end of the street 
and lower and trim the 
edgestone at the Well- 
ington Hill Garage: 

34 hours' labor @ 45c. . 
5 hours, edgestone setter, @ 

75c. .... 

16 hours, stonecutter, @ 75c, 
Plus 15 per cent on $31.05, 

4 hours, double team, @ $1, 
Extra work — Regulate the 
sewer covers, where 
directed : 
12| hours' labor @ 45c. 
14 hours, mason, @ 75c. 
14 hours, tender, @ 50c. 
Plus 15 per cent on $23.13, 
600 sewer bricks @ $18 per M. 
12 bags Portland cement @ 
75c. .... 

14 cubic feet sand @ 7c. 



. 


$329 15 




280 09 




5 12 




10 75 




50 02 




142 00 


2 small 






757 04 


, under 




$25 00 




624 80 




169 80 




14 70 




9 90 





252 30 

15 00 
L,363 00 



22 40 
24 00 

750 00 



15 30 



3 


75 


12 


00 


4 


66 


4 


00 


5 


63 


10 


50 


7 0i 


3 


47 


10 


80 


9 


00 




98 



Carried forward 



5,357 99 $1,574 17 



Public Works Department. 



269 



Brought forward 

Extra work — Omit the 
bituminous macadam 
surface and substitute 
the furnishing and lay- 
i n g of water-bound 
macadam. 
1,629 square yards water-bound 
macadam furnished and 
laid @ $1.50 . 



5,357 99 $1,574 17 



2,443 50 



5,801 49 



$7,375 66 



Gove street, from Cottage street to Venice street. length 428 linear feet. 
Area, 1,753 square yards. Edgestone reset, granite block gutters 
repaved, topeka pavement laid and brick sidewalks constructed. 
Engineering ... $61 00 



Engineering expense . 
Inspection 
Labor, chemist 
Bricks, sidewalk 21,900 



Credit: Cement bags returned 



Amount paid to Warren Brothers, 
tract : 

291 cubic yards earth excava- 
tion @ $1.25 . 
80 cubic yards filling fur- 
nished @ $1.25 . 
■ 622 linear feet straight edge- 
stone and corners hauled 
and set @ 30c. 
87 linear feet circular edge- 
stone set @ 25c. . 
15 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 22c. 

8 square yards existing gran- 

ite block paving relaid, 
gravel joints, @ $1 
194 square yards granite block 
paving, hauled and laid, 
concrete base, grout 
joints, @, $2.30 . 
19 square yards existing gran- 
ite block paving relaid, 
concrete base, grout 
joints, @ $2 . 
1 ,552 square yards concrete base 
and topeka wearing sur- 
face furnished and laid 
@ $1.99 .... 
605 square yards brick v side- 
walks laid @ 35c. 

9 covers reset @, $3 



Less amount paid in 1917, 



under con- 


$363 


75 


100 


DO 


186 


60 


21 


75 


3 


30 



S 00 



446 20 



38 00 



3,08S 48 



55 

68 70 

2 33 

372 30 

$504 88 
139 32 

$365 56 



211 75 

27 00 


2,117 63 




$4,494 S3 
2,377 20 






$2,483 19 







270 



City Document No. 26. 



Granada avenue, from Metropolitan avenue to Ethel street. (Work done 
in 1916 and 1917.) 

Engineering $7 IS 

Payment to Martino DeMatteo, for work 

done in 1916 and 1917, under contract . 461 43 

$468 61 



Greenview street, from Centre street 219 feet southeasterly. (Work not 
started.) 

Engineering $8 00 

Grove street, from Centre street to Washington street. Length, 3,106 linear 
feet. Area, 15,920 square yards. Excavating. (Work unfinished.) 

Engineering $1,267 13 

Engineering expense 22 60 

Inspection 1,673 97 

Amount paid to Central Construction Com- 
pany, under contract: 
17,000 cubic yards earth and 

rock excavation® 1.75, $29,750 00 
Less 5 per cent retained . 1,487 50 

28,262 50 

$31,226 20 



Halifax street, from South Huntington avenue to Pond View street. (Work 
not done.) 



Edgestone, 44 feet 6 inches straight 



$56 07 



Harvard street, from Fabyan street to Brookview street. 

Engineering 

Engineering expense 



Harvard street, from Morton street to Deering road. 
Engineering . 
Engineering expense . 
Gravel, 119 cubic yards 
Crushed stone, 878.6 tons 
Filling, 375 cubic yards 
Teaming 

Labor, edgestone excavating 
Labor, edgestone setting 
Labor, gutter excavating 
Labor, gutter paving . 
Labor, macadam excavating 
Labor, macadam spreading 
Labor, crushed stone sidewalks 
Labor, blasting . 
Steam roller picking . 
Steam roller rolling 
Labor, roadway excavating 
Labor, roadway paving 



$48 00 
42 



$15 99 




25 


177 


72 


1,976 85 


187 


50 


379 21 


42 


89 


6 


25 


19 


16 


21 


99 


45 


94 


39 


95 


43 


00 


5 


05 


56 


00 


343 


00 


74 


93 


375 


08 



$48 42 



$,810 76 



Hill Top street, from Granite avenue to Hallet street, 
and 1917. Final payment not made.) 



(Work done in 1916 



Public Works Department. 271 

Engineering $22 99 

Payment to Martino DeMatteo for work done 

in 1916 and 1917, under contract . . 3,228 25 

$3,251 24 

Holden street, from Columbia road westerly. . (Work not 
started.) 
Engineering $19 77 

Holton street, from Everett street to Antwerp street. (Work not started.) 
Engineering $5 00 

Homestead street, from Elm Hill avenue to Humboldt avenue. Length, 
1,125 linear feet. Area, 3,255 square yards. Edgestone set, asphalt 
roadway laid and artificial stone sidewalks constructed. 

Engineering $16 70 

Engineering expense 10 

Final payment to Central Construction Com- 
pany, for work done under contract in 1916 

and 1917 268 01 

$284 81 



Hubert street, Shawmut avenue to Westminster street. Length, 455 
linear feet. Area, 1,318 square yards. Edgestone set, roadway 
paved with asphalt, existing brick sidewalks relaid and artificial 
stone sidewalks constructed. (Work done in 1916 and 1917.) 
Final payment to Central Construction Company for work 
done in 1916 and 1917, under contract . $30 49 

Amount paid to Central Construction Com- 
pany, under contract: 

466 cubic yards earth excavation @ 55c. . 256 30 

149 linear feet straight edgestone and cor- 
ners, hauled and set, @ 18c. . 26 82 
38 linear feet circular edgestone set @ lie, 4 18 
740 linear feet existing edgestone reset @ 

10c. 74 00 

1,275 square yards concrete base, bituminous 
concrete binder and asphalt wearing 
surface furnished and laid @ $1.60 . 2,040 00 

20 square yards existing brick sidewalks 

relaid @ 30c 6 00 

4,705 square feet artificial stone sidewalks fur- 
nished and laid @ 12 |c. 

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 tree in sidewalk : 
6 days, foreman, @, $5 
171 hours, rigger, @ 50c. 
123 hours, helper, @ 45c. 
133 hours' labor % 33|c. 
If days, double team, @, $6 
1 day, auto truck, @ $20 . 



Less amount paid in 1917 



588 


13 


21 


00 


13 


30 


11 


40 


3 


71 


5 


00 


30 


00 


85 


50 


55 


35 


44 


33 


8 


00 


20 00 


$3,325 30 


748 


69 







272 



City Document No. 26. 



Hunnewell avenue, from Champney street to Atkins street. Edgestone 
set, 400 feet; 294 cubic yards excavating, 273 square 3'ards gutters 
paved, 1,271 square yards water-bound macadam roadway built 5 
inches deep. (Unfinished work from 1917.) 



Engineering 






$37 


51 




Engineering expense . 




1 


65 




Inspection 




49 


86 




Sand, 20 cubic yards . 




21 


60 




Gravel, 102 cubic yards 




102 


66 




Edgestone, 808 feet, 3 inches straig 


ht and 27 






feet, 7 inches circular 




697 


51 




Blocks, 9,074 old granite . 




181 


4S 




Advertising 




2 


90 




Teaming 




425 


25 




Steam roller, rolling . 




91 


00 




Crushed stone, 431 tons 




969 


97 




Amount paid to Pignat Vincenzo Mosaic Com 








pany, under contract: 










5,594 square feet artificial stone 










sidewalks furnished and 










laid, not including exca- 










vation and preparing 










site, @ 19c. . 


$1,062 86 






150 square feet artificial stone 










driveways furnished and 










laid @. 22c. . 


33 00 










- $1,095 


S6 










Labor, edgestone excavating 




66 


25 




Labor, edgestone setting . 






38 


50 




Labor, roadway excavating 






123 


91 




Labor, macadam spreading 






172 


25 




Labor, concrete base . 






56 00 




Labor, sidewalk excavating 






325 


39 




Labor, brick walk, repaving 






17 


00 




Labor, gutter excavating 






87 00 




Labor, gutter paving . 






89 


50 




Labor, crosswalk excavating 






24 


40 












$4,677 45 









Justin road, from Bigelow street to Atkins street. (Work not started.) 
Engineering $3 00 



Kenton road, from Washington street S00 feeteasterly. (Work not started.) 
Lumber $162 45 



Langley road, from Breck avenue 571 feet easterly. Length, 574 linear 
feet. Area, 1,677 square yards. (Work done in 1917.) 

Engineering $8 53 

Edgestone, 53 feet 38 16 

Road oil, 4,440 gallons binder .... 472 86 

Amount paid to Martino DeMatteo under 
contract : 
9 cubic yards water box 

excavation @ $5 . . $45 00 

1.5 cubic yards rock excava- 
tion @ $5 7 50 
1,115 linear feet straight edge- 
stone corner hauled 
and set @ 25c. 



( 'arried forward 



278 75 
$965 00 



$519 55 



Public Works Department. 



273 



edge- 



Brought forward 

27 linear feet circular 

stone set @ 12c. 

565 linear feet crushed stone 

and concrete foundation 

furnished and placed 

@ 14c 

1,683 square yards bituminous 
macadam surface fur- 
nished and placed 
@ 80c. ... 
7,343 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks furnished and 
placed @ 14c. 

8 covers reset @ $3 

Extra work — Reset 
sewer manhole cover 
over 6 inches: 
2 hours, mason, @ 80c. 
2 hours' labor @ 40c. . 
Plus 15 per cent on $2.40 
100 brick @ $15 per M. . 
1| bags cement @ 65c. 

Extra work — con- 
nect old surface drain 
with catch-basin: 

9 hours' labor @ 40c. . 
Plus 15 per cent on $3.60 . 

12 linear feet 6-inch drain 

pipe @ 25c. 
. 5 cubic yards gravel @ 
$1.50 . . . . 
Extra work — grade 
approaches at east- 
erly end of street : 
9 hours, foreman, @ 55c. . 
57 hours' labor @ 40c. . 
Plus 15 per cent on $27.75, 



Less amount paid in 1917, 



Less amount retained 



$965 00 
3 24 

79 10 

1,346 40 



1,028 02 
24 00 



1 60 
80 
36 

1 50 
98 



3 60 
54 

3 00 

75 



4 95 

22 80 

4 16 

$3,490 80 

1,420 38 

$2,070 42 

35 72 



$519 55 



2,034 70 



$2,554 25 



Levant street, from Geneva avenue to Topliff street. 

Engineering 

Engineering expense 



(Work not started.) 

$92 00 
70 

$92 70 



Lithgow street, from Talbot avenue to Washington street. Length, 683 
linear feet. Area, 2,036 square yards. Edgestone set, asphalt road- 
way laid and artificial stone sidewalks constructed. (Work done in 
1916 and 1917.) 



Engineering $9 70 

Final payment to Central Construction Com- 
pany, for work done in 1916 and 1917 84 84 



$94 54 



274 City Document No. 26. 

Lome street, from Harvard street 650 feet northerly. Length, 646 linear 
feet. Area, 2,248 square yards. Edgestone set, granite block 
gutters paved, asphalt pavement laid and artificial stone sidewalks 
constructed. (Work done in 1917.) 

Engineering . . • $34 46 

Final payment to Central Construction Com- 
pany, for work done under contract in 1917, 108 95 

$143 41 
Less 11,250 second-hand granite blocks de- 
livered to contractor (§, $18 per M. . . 133 74 



$9 67 

Malverna road, from Metropolitan avenue to Ethel street. Work not 
started. 

Engineering $6 00 

Matchett street, from Washington street 834 feet northerly. . Length, 852 
linear feet. Area, 2,536 square yards. Granite block gutters and 
asphalt pavement laid. (Work done in 1917.) 

Engineering $14 49 

Engineering expense .... . 30 

Amount paid to Central Construction Com- 
pany : 

407 cubic yards earth excava- 
tion @ 74c. . . $301 IS 
11 square yards granite block 
paving hauled and laid, 
gravel joints, @ 70c. . 7 70 
2,101 square yards concrete base, 
bituminous concrete 
binder and asphalt 
wearing surface, fur- 
nished and laid, & $2.05, 4,307 05 
11 covers reset @ $3 . . 33 00 
Extra work — Omit fur- 
nishing and laying of 
brick block gutters, etc. : 
431 square yards concrete base 
and second-hand granite 
block gutters furnished 
and laid @ $2 . . 862 00 
4 days' labor @ $3 . . 12 00 
Plus 15 per cent on $12 . 1 80 

$5,524 73 
Less 12,200 second-hand 
granite blocks delivered 
to contractor @ $18 per 
M 219 60 



$5,305 13 
Less amount paid in 1917, 5,140 00 



165 13 

$179 92 



Minion street, from Amory street to Brookside avenue. Length, 422 linear 
feet. Area, 1,226 square yards. Reset edgestone, granite block 
gutters laid, Topeka pavement laid and artificial stone sidewalks 
constructed. (Work done in 1917.) 



Public Works Department. 



275 



Engineering 
Engineering expense . 
Inspection 
Labor, chemist 
Labor, handling stock 
Blocks, 9,200 old granite 
Edgestone, 769 feet 6 inches straight, 6 small 
covers and 2 special cut stones 



$94 80 
3 20 

376 65 

1 33 

10 86 

184 00 

927 62 







$1,598 46 


Credit: Flagging, old North River 




12 99 




$1,585 47 


Amount paid to "Warren Brothers 


Company, 




under contract : 






Removing trees, bushes, 






etc. . . . 


$20 00 




664 cubic yards earth excava- 






tion @ $1.25 . 


830 00 




14 cubic yards water-box 






excavation @ $2 . 


28 00 




728 linear feet straight edge- 






stone and corners 






hauled and set @ 30c. . 


218 40 




22 linear feet circular edge- 






stone set @ 25c. . 


5 50 




35 linear feet existing edge- 






stone reset @ 22c. 


7 70 




236 square yards granite block 






paving hauled and laid, 






concrete base, grout 






joints, @ $2.30 . 


542 80 




4 square yards existing block 






paving relaid, concrete 






base, grout joints, (§> $2, 


8 00 




1,012 square yards concrete base 






and Topeka wearing sur- 






face furnished and laid 






@ $1.99 . . . . 


2,013 88 




4,865 square feet artificial 






stone sidewalks fur- 






nished and laid @ 17c, 


827 05 




124 square feet artificial 






stone driveways fur- 






nished and laid @ 19c, 


23 56 




1 1 covers reset @ $3 


33 00 


4,557 89 







,143 36 



Moraine street, from South Huntington avenue to Jamaica way. Length, 
1,409 feet. Area, 5,522 square yards. Edgestone set and tar maca- 
dam roadway 6 inches deep built. 

Engineering $96 84 

Engineering expense 3 05 

Edgestone, 2,407 feet 3 inches straight, 92 feet 

6 inches circular and 10 small covers . . 2,147 58 

Cement 1 30 

Crushed stone, 1729.6 tons .... 3,891 71 

Road oil, 2,350 gallons 306 00 

Teaming 986 00 

Carried forward $7,432 48 



276 



City Document No. 26. 



Brought forward 
Steam roller, rolling . 
Steam roller, picking . 
Labor, edgestone excavating 
Labor, edgestone setting . 
Labor, roadway excavating 
Labor, macadam spreading 
Labor, gutters excavating . 
Labor, gutters paving 









$7,432 48 








112 00 








112 00 








597 77 








490 29 








2,014 92 








1,044 13 








4 25 








4 25 




isi 1 9i° no 


<H> 1 I , ■ i _ yJu 



Mi. Ida road, from Robinson street to 254 feet south of Marie street. 
(Unfinished.) 

' $54 44 

1 59 

. ' 509 38 



Engineering . 
Engineering expenses 
Teaming 



Labor, roadway excavating 



87 82 



$653 23 



Museum road, from Huntington avenue to Fenway. Length, 628 linear 
feet. Area, 2,397 square yards. Edgestone reset, granite block 
gutters repaved, Topeka pavement laid and artificial stone sidewalks 
constructed. (Unfinished work from 1917.) 



Engineering 




$32 


12 


Engineering expense 




1 


60 


Inspection 




148 


72 


Labor, chemist .... 




1 


00 


Edgestone 




4 


32 


Blocks 




3 


00 


Amount paid to Warren Brothe 


rs, under 






contract : 








831 cubic yards earth excava- 








tion @ $1.25 . 


$1,038 75 






1 cubic yard water box ex- 








cavation @ $2 


2 00 






604 linear feet straight edge- 








stone and corners 








hauled and set @ 30c, 


181 20 






50 linear feet circular edge- 








stone set @ 25c. . 


12 50 






631 linear feet existing edge- 








stone reset @ 22c. 


138 82 






19 square yards existing gran- 








ite block paving relaid, 








gravel joints, @ $1 


19 00 






252 square yards granite block 








paving hauled and laid, 








concrete base, grout 








joints, @ $2.30 . 


579 60 






74 square yards existing gran- 








ite block paving relaid, 








concrete base, grout 








joints, @ $2 . 


148 00 






2,072 square yards concrete base 








and Topeka wearing sur- 








face furnished and laid 








@ $1.99 


4,123 28 






1 brick sidewalk relaid @ 








40c 


40 







Carried forward 



5,243 55 



$190 76 



Public Works Department. 277 

Brought forward . . $6,243 55 $190 76 

,597 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks furnished and 
laid @ 17c. . . . 1,461 49 

262 square feet artificial stone 
driveways furnished and 
laid @ 19c. . . 49 78 

Extra work — Furnish 
stone cutter to joints ex- 
isting edgestone : 
1 day, stonecutter @ $6 
Plus 15 per cent on $6 



Less amount paid in 1911 



Neptune road, from Bennington street to Boston, Revere Beach & Lynn 
Railroad. Length, 1,711 linear feet. Area, 9,313 square yards. 
Edgestone set, concrete base and asphalt pavement laid and artificial 
stone sidewalks constructed. (Unfinished work from 1917.) 



6 00 
90 


4,350 08 




$7,761 72 
3,411 64 






$4,540 84 



Engineering 




$36 46 


Engineering expense . 




2 63 


Inspection 




49 86 


Amount paid to Central Construction Com- 




pany, under contract: 






Removing trees, bushes, 






stumps, etc. . 


$18 00 




4,038 cubic yards earth excava- 






tion @ 74c. . 


2,988 12 




2,336 linear feet straight edge- 






stone and corners 






hauled and set @ 23c, 


537 28 




779 linear feet circular edge- 






stone set @ 15c. . 


116 85 




1,020 linear feet existing edge- 






stone reset @ 15c. 


153 00 




35 square yards existing gran- 






ite block paving relaid, 






gravel joints, @ 50c. . 


17 50 




320 square yards existing gran- 






ite block paving relaid, 






including concrete base, 






grout joints, @ $1.50 . 


480 00 




43 square yards existing flag- 






ging crosswalks relaid, 






including concrete base, 






grout joints, @ $1.40 . 


60 20 




S,708 square yards concrete base, 






bituminous concrete 






binder and asphalt wear- 






ing surface, furnished 






and laid @ $2.05 . 


17,851 40 




34 square yards existing brick 




- 


sidewalks relaid @ 30c, 


10 20 




32,740 square feet artificial stone 






sidewalks furnished and 






laid © 14|c . 


4,829 15 




60 covers reset @, $3 


180 00 





Carried forward . . . $27,241 70 $88 95 



278 City Document No. 26. 

Brought forward . . . $27,241 70 $88 95 

1,087 linear feet wood fence fur- 
nished and built @ 45c, 489 15 
Extra work — -Omit ar- 
tificial stone sidewalks 
and substitute loam 
base: 
5,273 square yards loam space 
furnished and placed @ 

75c 3,954 75 

Extra work — Omit fur- 
nishing and laying of 
brick block gutters, etc. : 
605 square yards concrete base 
and second-hand granite 
block gutters furnished 
and laid @ $2 . . 1,210 00 

Extra work — Cut sheath- 
ing and puddle and ram 
sewer trench : 
16 hours' labor @ 37*c . 6 00 

Plus 15 per cent on $6 . 90 

Extra work — Haul cir- 
cular edgestone as di- 

16 hours' labor @ 37§c . 6 00 

Plus 15 per cent on $6 . 90 

16 hours, double team, @ 75c, 12 00 

Extra work — -Grade 
approaches where 
directed : 
4 hours, foreman, @ 75c . 3 00 

36 hours' labor, @ 37|c . 13 50 

Plus 15 per cent on $16.50, 2 48 

8 hours, single team, @ 50c, 4 00 

Extra work — Place rip 
rap on slope to prevent 
washing : 
229 square yards rip rap placed 

@ $1.50 .... 343 50 



$33,287 88 
Less amount paid in 1917, 22,721 63 



10,566 25 

$10,655 20 



Nevada street, from Fairmont street to Wilmington avenue. Length, 
258 linear feet. Area, 975 square yards. Tar macadam roadway laid, 
edgestone reset and artificial stone sidewalk constructed. 

Engineering $38 23 

Engineering expense 

Inspection 

Teaming 

Labor, crosswalks 

Edgestone, 333 feet 1 inch straight and 18 feet 

10 inches circular 

Crushed stone , 

Road oil, 2,500 gallons tar ... 

Carried forward ...... $978 45 





81 


171 


37 


24 00 


6 00 


424 


54 


13 


50 


300 


00 



Public Works Department. 



279 



Brought forward .... 
Amount paid to Martino DeMatteo, 
contract: 

Removing trees, bushes, 

etc 

200 cubic yards earth excava- 
tion © $1 
3 cubic yards rock excava- 
tion @ $3 
400 linear feet straight edge- 
stone and corners hauled 
and set @ 30c. 
18 linear feet circular edge- 
stone set @ 18c. . 
970 square yards bituminous 
macadam surface fur- 
nished and placed @ 
98c. ... 

3,100 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks furnished and 
laid @ 19c. . 



►78 45 



under 



Less amount paid in 1917, 



$5 00 


200 00 


9 00 


120 00 


3 24 


950 60 


589 00 



,871 84 
280 78 



1,591 06 



,569 51 



Normandy street, from Intervale street to Devon street. Final payment 
on work done in 1916. 



Paid to Central Construction Company, final payment for 
work done in 1916, under contract 



$59 82 



North Beacon street, from Cambridge street to Market street. Length, 
3,267 linear feet. Area, 14,500 square yards. Edgestone set and 
reset, bitulithic pavement laid in concrete base and artificial stone 
sidewalks constructed. (Work unfinished.) 



Engineering 


$999 29 


Engineering expense 


20 16 


Inspection 


1,055 24 


Labor, making templets 


28 00 


Edgestone, 3,259 feet straight, 148 feet 6 




inches sjDecial, 6 small covers and 4 special 




cut 


4,353 04 


Blocks, 17,700 old blocks 


637 20 


Labor, handling stock 


52 11 


Labor, roadway digging 


18 00 


Advertising 


6 00 


Teaming . 


79 00 


Lumber 


15 96 


Amount paid to Coleman Brothers, under 




contract : 




196 cubic yards earth excava- 




tion @ 90c. . . . $176 40 




4 cubic vards rock excava- 




tion @ $5 . . . 20 00 




600 linear feet straight edge- 




stone and corners 




hauled and set @, 25c, 150 00 





Carried forward 



$346 40 $7,264 00 



280 City Document No. 26. 

Brought forward . . . $346 40 $7,264 00 

570 linear feet straight edge- 
stone and corners 
hauled and set (un- 
finished) @ 10c. . 57 00 
1,100 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 20c. . 220 00 
Extra work — Move 
edgestone from street 
to vacant lot and fill in 
along edgestone al- 
ready set, etc. : 
4 i davs, foreman, @ $5 . 22 50 
14| days' labor @ $3.60 . 52 20 
6 davs, watchman, @ 

$2.50 .... 15 00 

3 h days, double team, @ $7, 24 50 

2 days, single team, @ $4, S 00 

Plus 15 per cent on 

$89.70 ... 13 46 

Premium on bond (pro- 
portional part) . 271 00 



$1,030 06 
Less amount paid in 1917, 187 00 



Amount paid to Warren Brothers Company, 
under contract: 

Removing trees, bushes, 

etc $1,600 00 

5,000 cubic yards earth excava- 
tion @ $1.50 . . 7,500 00 
95 cubic yards- rock excava- 
tion @ $6 . 570 00 
3,237 linear feet straight edge- 
stone and corners 
hauled and set @ 35c, 1,132 95 
550 linear feet straight edge- 
stone hauled and set, 
stored at or near line 
of work @ 27c. . 148 50 
369 linear feet circular edge- 
stone set @ 35c. . 129 15 
1,271 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 23c. . 292 33 
31 square yards existing 
granite block paving 
relaid, gravel joints, @ 
90c. . . . 27 90 
383 square yards existing 
granite block paving 
relaid for brows of car 
tracks, concrete base, 
cement sand, grout 
joints, @ $2.71 . . 1,579 93 
75 square yards existing 
granite block paving 
relaid for edgings, 
concrete base, grout 
joints, @ $2.61 . . 195 75 



843 06 



Carried forward . . . $13,176 51 $8,107 06 



Public Works Department. 281 



B might forward . . $13,176 51 $8,107 06 

12,325 square yards bitulithic 
wearing surface and 
concrete base furnished 
and laid @ $2.90 . 35,742 50 

43,000 square feet artificial 
stone sidewalks fur- 
nished and laid (in- 
complete cinder foun- 
dations) @ 10c. . . 4,300 00 
9 covers reset @ $3 . . 27 00 
Extra work ■ — Lay bitu- 
lithic pavement on 
existing macadam foun- 
dation at Cambridge 
street approaches to 
North Beacon street: 
390 square yards bitulithic 
pavement 2 inches deep 
laid on existing maca- 
dam foundation @ 
$2.04 .... 795 60 



$54,041 61 
Less 15 per cent retained, 8,106 24 



45,935 37 
$54,042 43 



Norwood street, extended to Conley street. (Work not started. 

Engineering $26 00 

Engineering expense 60 



$26 60 



Orchardfield street, from Dorchester avenue to Freeport street. Length, 
814 linear feet. Area, 1,270 square yards. Edgestone set, asphalt 
pavement laid and artificial stone sidewalks constructed. (Work done 
in 1916 and 1917.) 

Engineering $2 71 

Final payment to Central Construction Com- 
pany, for work done in 1916 and 1917 under 
contract 62 75 

$65 46 



Overland street, from Brookline avenue to Boston & Albany Railroad. 
Length, 399 linear feet. Area, 1,724 square yards. Edgestone set, 
granite block paving laid and artificial stone sidewalks constructed. 
(Unfinished work from 1917.) 



Engineering 

Engineering expense 2 01 

Inspection 91 41 

Blocks, 62,495 reset granite .... 2,249 82 

Amount paid to James J. Coughlan Company, 
under contract : 
391 cubic yards earth excava- 
tion @ $1.25 . . . $488 75 
18 cubic yards water box 

excavation @ $0 . . 00 



Carried forward . . . $488 75 $2,626 12 



282 City Document No. 26. 

Brought forward . . . $488 75 $2,626 12 

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 
2 square yards existing gran- 
ite block paving relaid, 
gravel joints, @ $2.40 . 4 80 
209 square yards granite block 
paving furnished and 
laid, grout joints, @ 
$4.25 ...... 888 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 

6 covers reset @ $3 . . 18 00 

Extra work — Excavate 

peat below subgrade. 

5 hours, foreman, @ 73c. . 3 65 

25 hours' labor @ 45c. . . 11 25 

Plus 15 per cent on $14.90, 2 24 

2 hours, double team, @ 

87|c 1 75 

Extra work — Cut out old 
concrete foundation 
and grade to extra depth 
where directed: 
20 hours, foreman, @ 73c. . 14 60 

261 hours' labor @ 45c. . . 117 45 

14 hours, timekeeper, @, 43c, 6 02 

15 T 7 o hours, blacksmith, @ 50c, 7 85 

Plus 15 per cent on 

$145.92 .... 21 89 

20 hours, double team, @ 

87^c 17 50 

Extra work — Raise man- 
hole covers over six 
inches: 

3 hours, mason, @ 75 c . 2 25 

3 hours, tender, @ 50c . 1 50 
Plus 15 per cent on $3.75, 56 

2 bags cement @ 65c . 1 30 

100 bricks @ $15 per M. . 1 50 

4 cubic feet sand @ 6c . 24 
Extra work — Furnish fill- 
ing to take place of poor 

material excavated: 
188 cubic yards filling fur- 
nished and placed @ $1, 188 00 



Carried forward . . . $3,900 71 \ $2,626 12 



Public Works Department. 



283 



Brought forward 

Extra work — Haul and lay 
recut granite blocks 
from Massachusetts 
avenue lot, furnished by 
city: 
1,515 square yards recut granite 
blocks hauled and laid 
@ $2.25 .... 



Less 13 corners furnished 
and delivered by City 

@$4 



Less amount paid in 1911 



$3,900 71 $2,626 12 



3,863 25 

$7,763 96 



52 00 

57,711 96 

4,427 53 



3,284 43 



,910 55 



Parkland street, from Winship street to Academy Hill road. Length, 466 
linear feet. Area, 673 square yards. Edgestone reset, asphalt road- 
way paved and artificial stone sidewalks constructed. (Work done 
in 1917.) 

Engineering $11 62 

Engineering expense 10 

Final payment to Coleman Brothers for work 

done in 1917, under contract . . . 437 26 

$448 98 



Parkton road, from Perkins street to Perkins street. (Work done in 1917.) 



Engineering . 
Engineering expense 



$16 00 
20 



$16 20 



Park Vale avenue, from Brighton avenue to Glenville avenue. Length, 
890 linear feet. Area, 2,570 square yards. Edgestone reset, asphalt 
laid and artificial stone sidewalks constructed. 



Engineering 


$198 04 


Engineering expense .... 


2 86 


Inspection 


166 55 


Advertising .... 


6 00 


Labor, making templets 


16 00 


Edgestone, 460 feet 2\ inches . 


557 40 




$946 85 


Credit: Blocks, old granite 


5 00 



Amount paid to the Bermudez Company, 
under contract: 

Removing trees, bushes, 

etc $100 00 

830 cubic yards earth excava- 
tion @ $1.45 . . . 1,203 50 



Carried forward 



$1,303 50 



$941 85 



$941 85 



284 



City Document No. 26. 



Brought forward 
27 cubic vards rock excava- 
tion"® $8 
562 linear feet straight edge- 
stone and corners 
hauled and set @ 49 c, 
338 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 28c. 
3 square yards granite block 
paving relaid, including 
concrete base and grout 
joints, @ $2.25 . 
2,548 square yards concrete base, 
bituminous concrete bin- 
der and asphalt wearing 
surface, furnished and 
laid, @ $2.80 
4,490 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks furnished and 
laid @ 33o. 
350 square feet artificial stone 
driveways furnished and 
laid @ 35c. . 
12 covers reset @, $3 



51,303 50 $941 85 

216 00 

275 38 
94 64 

6 75 

7,134 40 
1,481 70 



122 50 
36 00 
10,670 87 



$11,612 72 



Patten street, from Hyde Park avenue to Bourne street 
1917.) 

Engineering 

Final payment to Martino DeMatteo for work 
done in 1917, under contract 



(Work done in 

$12 93 

1,093 81 

$1,106 74 



Peabody street, from Brookline avenue to Binney street. One hundred 
fifty feet edgestone set; 226 square yards gutters paved; 18 square 
yards crosswalks laid and 333 square yards roadway excavated. 
(Unfinished work from 1917 and still uncompleted.) 

Engineering .... 
Engineering expense . 
Labor, handling stock 
Gravel .... 

Blocks, 8,435 old granite . 
Cement .... 

Edgestone, 340 feet straight 
Teaming .... 
Labor, edgestone excavating 
Labor, edgestone setting . 
Labor, roadway excavating 
Labor, gutter excavating . 
Labor, gutter paving . 
Labor, crosswalk relaying . 

$1,640 07 









$14 63 








56 








5 10 








2 34 








168 70 








1 30 








405 53 








200 25 








262 83 








83 44 








133 01 








194 26 








151 88 








16 24 



Perham street, from Vermont street to New York, New Haven & Hartford 
Railroad. Length, 2,616 linear feet. Area, 7,565 square yards. 
Edgestone set, granite block gutters laid, asphalt pavement laid and 
artificial stone sidewalk constructed. (Work done in 1917.) 



Public Works Department. 285 



Engineering 

Engineering expense 

Final payment to Central Construction Com- 
pan}', for work done in 1917, under contract, 



Less 42,150 second-hand granite blocks de- 
livered to contractor at $18 per M. 



$2 


11 
L5 


828 07 


$830 33 


758 


70 



$71 63 



Perthshire road, from Bigelow street to Matchett street. (Work not- 
star ted.) 

Engineering $21 00 

Pontiac street, from Tremont street to Hillside street. Length, 934 linear 
feet. Area, 2,698 square yards. Earth and rock excavated. 

Engineering $447 99 

Engineering expense 9 09 

Inspection .... 498 29 

Amount paid to J. C. Coleman & Sons Com- 
pany, under contract: 
1,150 cubic yards earth excavation @ 90c. $1,035 00 

2,600 cubic yards rock excavation @ $2.50 . 6,500 00 

600 cubic' yards filling furnished @ $1 . 600 00 

Building retaining wall .... 6,500 00 

Extra work — Construct openings in 
retaining wall as directed for house 
connections: 
12 openings @ $39 468 00 



$15,103 00 
Less 5 per cent retained .... 755 15 



$14,347 85 
Less amount paid in 1917 . . . 3,901 50 



10,446 35 

$11,401 72 

Public Alley No. 819, from Westland avenue to Batavia street. (Work 
not started.) 

Engineering $19 00 

Engineering expense 35 

— $19 35 

Public Alley No. 820, from Huntington avenue to St. Botolph street. 
(Work not started.) 

Engineering 

Engineering expense 




Radford lane, from Carruth street to Buslmell street. Length, 432 linear 
feet. Area, 1,248 square yards. Artificial stone sidewalks con- 
structed. Edgestone reset and tar macadam pavement laid. (Un- 
finished work from 1917.) 



286 



City Document No. 26. 



Engineering . 










$73 21 


Engineering expense . 

Inspection 

Edgestone 

Lumber 










1 63 

73 48 

51 80 

1 67 


Crushed stone, 422.4 tons 










940 97 


Sand .... 










1 50 


Gravel .... 










4 70 


Advertising . 










5 25 


Teaming 
Steam roller 










106 57 
70 00 


Labor, edgestone excavating 








24 57 


Labor, edgestone setting . 








6 25 


Labor, roadway excavating 
Labor, macadam spreading 
Labor, making templets 








50 71 

207 36 

3 50 


Amount paid to Frank Drinkwater, under 


contract : 













4,987 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks furnished and 
laid @ 23c. . . . $1,147 01 
176 square feet artificial stone 
driveways furnished and 
laid @ 25c. ... 44 00 



Less 15 per cent retained, 



1,191 01 
178 65 



1,012 36 



?,635 53 



Ralston street, from Dorchester avenue to Old Colony avenue. Length, 
1,127 linear feet. Area, 3,256 square yards. Reset edgestone, 
macadam roadway paved, crushed stone sidewalks constructed and 
retaining walls constructed. 



Engineering 




$101 26 


Inspection 




158 06 


Engineering expense . 




2 47 


Crushed stone .... 




10 34 


Road oil, 10,572 gallons . 




1,269 24 


Amount paid to William J. Raffer 


ty, under 




contract : 






Removing trees, bushes, 






etc. ..... 


$5 00 




558 cubic yards earth excava- 






tion @ $1 


558 00 




2,024 linear feet straight edge- 






stone and corners 






hauled and set @ 17c, 


344 08 




106 linear feet circular edge- 






stone set @ 17c. . 


18 02 




73 linear feet existing edge- 






stone reset @ 17c. 


12 41 




30 square yards granite block 






paving hauled and laid, 






gravel joints, @ 85c. 


25 50 




103 square yards existing gran- 






ite block paving relaid, 






gravel joints, @ 75c. . 


77 25 





Carried forward 



$1,040 26 $1,541 37 



Public Works Department. 287 



Brought forward . . . $1,040 26 $1,541 37 
3,498 square yards bituminous 
macadam surface fur- 
nished and placed @ 
98c. . . . . 3,428 04 

62 square yards existing brick 

sidewalk relaid @ 50c, 31 00 

1,549 square yards crushed stone 
sidewalks furnished and 
placed @ 65c. . . 1.006 85 

20 covers reset @ $3 . . 60 00 

Extra work — Construct 
concrete retaining wall 
on northerly side of 
Ralston street, near Dor- 
chester avenue . . 115 00 
Extra work — Construct 
concrete retaining wall 
on southerly side of 
Ralston street, near 
Dorchester avenue . 90 00 
Extra work — -Furnish 
and place filling where 
directed: 
708 cubic yards filling fur- 
nished @ $1.50 . 



Less amount paid in 1917, 



Randall street, from Harrison avenue to Albany street. (Work done in 
1916.) 

Final payment on contract to Central Construction 

Company ■ $30 48 

Redlands road, from Centre street to Abbott street. (Work not started.) 

Engineering $138 65 

Engineering expense 1 68 

$140 33 



1,062 00 


4,603 56 




S6,S33 15 
2,229 59 






$6,144 93 



Richwood street, from Centre street to Montview street, (Unfinished work 
from 1917), Length, 1,267 linear feet. Area, 3,548 square yards. 
Edgestone set, granite block gutters laid, asphalt pavement laid and 
artificial stone sidewalks constructed. 



Engineering 


$51 02 


Engineering expense 


80 


Inspection 


99 72 


Edgestone, 522 feet 3 inches straight and 9 




feet 4 inches circular 


389 92 


Blocks 


6 94 


Flagging 


26 00 


Crushed stone 


2 25 


Amount paid to Central Construction Com- 




pany, under contract: 




Removing trees, bushes, 




stumps, etc. . . $26 00 





Carried forward . . . $26 00 $576 65 



288 City Document No. 26. 

Brought forward . . . $26 00 $576 65 

2,114 cubic yards earth exca- 
vation %, 74c. . . . 1,564 36 
4 cubic yards rock excava- 
tion @ $6 . . . 24 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 
9 square yards granite 
block paving hauled 
and laid, including con- 
crete base, grout joints, 
@ 1.60 . . . 14 40 
15 square yards existing gran- 
ite block paving relaid, 
including concrete base, 
grout joints, @ $1.50, 22 50 
11,382 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks furnished 
and laid @ 14f c. 1,678 85 
612 square feet artificial stone 
driveways furnished 
and laid @ 14f c. . 90 27 
19 covers reset @ $3 . . 57 00 
581 square yards loam spaces 
furnished, placed and 
seeded @ 60c. . . 348 60 
Extra work — Omit fur- 
nishing and laying of 
brick block gutters, etc. : 
680 square yards concrete 
base and second-hand 
granite block paving 
furnished and laid @ 

$2 1,360 00 

Extra work — Omit sheet 
asphalt and substitute 
Topeka pavement: 
2,795 square yards concrete 
base and Topeka pave- 
ment furnished and 
laid @ $2.05 . . 5,729 75 

87 square yards concrete 
base and Topeka pave- 
ment furnished and 
laid (unfinished) @, 

80c 69 60 

Extra work — Shift edge- 
stone on account of 
construction of drive- 
ways not shown on 
plan: 
4 hours, edgestone setter, 

@ 81Jc. ... 3 25 

12 hours, helper, @ 40c. . 4 80 

Plus 15 per cent on $8.05, 1 21 

Carried forward . . . $11,552 11 $576 65 



20 


63 


9 


00 


259 


20 


43 


32 


10 


oil 



Public Works Department. 289 

Brought forward . -$11,552 11 $576 65 

Extra work — Construct 
underdrain of crushed 
stone under sidewalks 
(south side) near Centre 
street: 

6 hours, foreman, @ 62^c, 3 75 
101 hours' labor @, 40c. 40 40 

Plus 15 per cent on 

$44.15 .... 6 62 

7 hours, double team, (§} 

87^c 6 13 

32| tons crushed stone ® $2, 65 00 

Extra work — Remove 
four (4) trees on north- 
erly side, near Centre 
street: 
4 1 days, foreman, @ $5 

3 davs, timekeeper, @ $3 . 

81 days' labor @ $3.20 

Plus 15 per cent on 

$288.83 

lj days, double team, @ $7, 

9 hours, auto truck, @ 

$3.50 .... 31 50 

Extra work — Complete 
Topeka pavement at 
Centre street. This 
portion of the street 
could not be finished 
on account of the oper- 
ations of the Sewer 
Department : 

17 hours, foreman, @ 75c, 
144 hours' labor @ 45c. 

Plus 15 per cent on 

$77.55 .... 

10 hours, auto truck, @ 

$3.50 . 
9 hours, steam roller, % $2, 

8 hours, double team, @ 

87^c 

2 tons crushed stone @ $2, 

18 cubic feet sand @ 6c. 
6 bags cement @ 62§ c. . 

18 boxes Topeka % $4 
Extra work — Remove 
existing edgestone 
and artificial stone 
sidewalks opposite 
At-will road and con- 
struct opening: 
6 days, foreman, @, $6 . 36 00 

2 days, edgestone setter, (a 

$7 

| day, mason, @ $8 . 
h dav. finisher, % $5.60 . 
A\\ days' labor (a, $3.60 
1 day's labor, @ $4 . 
Plus 15 per cent on 
$212.30 



L2 


75 


64 


80 


11 


63 


35 


00 


18 


00 


7 


00 


4 


00 


1 


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75 


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Carried forward . . . $12,522 32 $576 65 





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2 


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148 


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4 


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31 


85 


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290 City Document No 26. 

Brought forward . . . $12,522 32 $576 65 

5 1 days, double team, @ $8, 43 00 

f days, auto truck, @, $24, 18 00 

800 bricks @ 2c. . 16 00 

23 bags cement @ 75c. . 17 25 

4 double loads gravel @ 

$2.63 .... 10 52 

1 § double loads sand (a) 

$2.63 .... 4 38 

lj tons crushed stone @, 

$2.25 .... 2 81 

Extra work — Furnish 
additional edgestone as 
directed : 
103 J linear feet straight edge- 
stone furnished @ 
$1.10 .... 113 85 



$12,748 13 
Less amount paid in 1917, 10,862 12 



1,886 01 

$2,462 66 



Ripley road, from Vassar street to Harvard street. Length, 685 linear 
feet. Area, 1,946 square yards. Edgestone set, asphalt roadway 
laid and artificial stone widewalks constructed. (Work done in 1916 
and 1917.) 

Engineering $5 96 

Final payment to Central Construction Com- 
pany, for work done in 1916 and 1917, under 
contract 119 17 

$125 13 



Rowell street, from Hancock street to dishing street. Length, 587 linear 
feet. Area, 1,700 square yards. (Work done in 1917.) 

Engineering .... ... $17 43 

Amount paid to Martino DeMatteo, under 
contract : 

405 cubic yards earth excava- 
tion @ 75c. . . . $303 75 

8 cubic yards water-box ex- 
cavation @ $5 40 00 
1 cubic yard rock excava- 
tion ..... 5 00 

268 linear feet circular edge- 
stone set @ 12c. . . 32 16 
81 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 13c. 10 53 
1,932 square yards bituminous 
macadam surface fur- 
nished and placed @ 80c. 1,545 60 
2,001 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks furnished and 
placed @ 14c. . . 280 14 
37 linear feet artificial curb- 
ing furnished and placed 
@ $1 37 00 
4 covers reset @ $3 . . 12 00 



Carried forward . . . $2,266 18 $17 43 



Public Works Department. 



291 



Brought forward 

Extra work — ■ Haul edge- 
stone from Downer ave- 
nue and cut same to fit 
closure : 

2 hours, stonecutter, @ 62 ^c 
1 hour's labor @ 40c. . 

Plus 15 per cent on $1.65, 
1 hour, double team, @ 75c, 
Extra work — Rebuild the 
Bradley head catch- 
basin at Cushing avenue 
and rebuild manholes 
where directed: 
16 hours, mason, @ 75c. 
14 hours' labor @ 40c. . 
16 hours, tender, @ 40c. 
Plus 15 per cent on $24 

3 scow loads sand @ $1.25 
12 bags cement @ 65c. 

600 bricks @ $15 per M. 

Extra work — Replace 
material washed out by 
overflow from catch- 
basin : 
9 hours, foreman, @ 62|c. . 
Ill hours' labor @ 40c. . 

Plus 15 per cent on $50.03, 
28 hours, double team, @ 

75c 

2 bags cement @ 65c. 
16 cubic yards filling @ $1 . 



Less amount paid in 1917, 
Less amount retained 



,266 IS 



25 
40 
25 

75 



12 00 



$17 43 



60 
40 
60 
75 
80 
00 



5 


63 


44 


40 


7 


50 


21 


00 


1 


30 


16 00 


$2,412 81 


1,816 


02 


$596 79 


35 


71 



561 08 



$578 51 



Rugby road, from Randolph road to Oakland street. Length, 552 linear 
feet. Area, 1,640 square yards. Edgestone set, granite block 
gutters laid, asphalt pavement laid and artificial stone sidewalks 
constructed. (Work done in 1917.) 



Engineering 

Engineering expense 

Amount paid to Central Construction Com- 
pany, under contract: 

Removing trees, bushes, 

stump, etc. . . . $12 00 

880 cubic yards earth excava- 
tion @ 74c. ... 651 20 
8 cubic yards water-box ex- 
cavation @ $2 . . 16 00 
62 cubic yards rock excava- 
tion @ $6 372 00 
991 linear feet straight edge- 
stone and corners, 
hauled and set @ 23c. 227 93 



$1 00 
15 



Carried forward 



$1,279 13 



$1 15 



292 City Document No. 26. 

Brought forward . . . $1,279 13 $1 15 

67 linear feet circular edge- 
stone set @ 15c. . . 10 05 
9 square yards granite block 
paving hauled and laid, 
including concrete base, 
grout joints, @ $1.60 . 14 40 
1,333 square yards concrete base, 
bituminous concrete 
binder and asphalt wear- 
ing surface furnished 
and laid @ $2.05 . . 2,732 65 
6,321 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks furnished and 
laid @ 14fc. . . . 932 35 
451 square feet artificial stone 
driveways furnished and 
laid @ 14fc. ... 66 52 
7 covers reset @ $3 . . 21 00 
Extra work ■ — Omit fur- 
nishing and laying of 
brick block gutters, etc. : 
298 square yards concrete base, 
and second-hand gran- 
ite blocks, gutters fur- 
nished, and laid, @ $2 . 596 00 
Extra work — Split long 
edgestone to set around 
corners : 
12 hours. stonecutter, @ 

62i C 7 50 

Plus 15 per cent on $7.50, 1 13 

Extra work — Remove 
stump not shown on 
schedule: 
2 hours' labor @ 33|c. . 67 

Plus 15 per cent on 67c. . 10 



$5,661 50 



Less 9,500 second-hand 
granite blocks delivered 
to contractor @ $18 per 
M 171 00 



$5,490 50 
Less amount paid in 1917, 5,238 38 



252 12 

$253 27 



St. Albans road, from Francis street to Huntington avenue. (Work done 
in 1917.) 

Engineering $9 00 

Engineering expense 20 

$9 20 

St. Rose street, from South street to 416 feet easterly. (Work done in 1917.) 

Engineering. $4 45 

Payment to M. DeMatteo for work done 

under contract in 1917 . . 407 73 

— $412 18 



Public Works Department. 293 

Santuit street, from Roseland street to Welles avenue. (Work done in 
1917.) 

Engineering $5 00 

Engineering expense 20 

Road oil 15 00 

$20 20 

Saville street, from Park street to Stratford street. Length, 314 linear feet. 
Area, 915 square yards. Edgestone set, granite block gutters laid, 
asphalt pavement laid and artificial stone sidewalks constructed. 
(Work done in 1917.) 

Final payment to Central Construction Company for work 

done in 1917, under contract $322 99 

Seaver street, from Walnut avenue to Blue Hill avenue. (Work done in 
1917.) 

Engineering $59 60 

Engineering expense 40 

$60 00 

South street, from Chestnut Hill avenue to Commonwealth avenue. Length, 
616 linear feet. Area, 1,855 square yards. Edgestone set, granite 
block gutters laid, asphalt roadway laid and artificial stone sidewalks 
and driveways constructed. (Unfinished work from 1917.) 

Engineering $78 09 

Amount paid to Coleman Brothers Com- 
pany under contract: 

Removing trees, bushes, 

etc $55 00 

1,009 cubic yards earth excava- 

vation @ 90c. . . 908 10 

39 cubic yards rock exca- 
vation @ $5 . . 195 00 
1,123 linear feet straight edge- 
stone and corners hauled 
and 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, (6) 
$1.60 . . . 561 60 

1,504 square yards bituminous 
concrete binder and as- 
phalt wearing surface 
furnished and laid (5 
$1.59 .... 2,391 36 

7,786 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks furnished and 
laid @ 16c. . . . 1,245 76 



Carried forward . . . $6,921 27 $78 09 



294 



City Document No. 26. 



Brought forward 
411 square feet artificial stone 
driveways furnished and 
laid @ 20c. . 
6 covers reset @ $3 
Extra work — Construct 
driveway not shown on 
plan : 
5 hours, edgestone setter, @ 

75c. . . . 

2 hours, paver, @ 75c . 
5 hours, cement finisher, @ 

65c 

Plus 15 per cent on $8.50 . 
17 bags cement @ 65c. . 
1| cubic yards gravel @ 
" $1.50 
\\ cubic yards sand @ $1.50, 
Extra work — grade ap- 
proaches as directed : 
54 hours' labor @ 40c. . 
Plus 15 per cent on $21.60, 
5 hours, single team @ 50c . 



Less amount paid in 1917 



),921 27 



82 20 
18 00 



$78 09 



3 


75 


1 


50 


3 


25 


1 


28 


11 


05 


2 25 


2 


25 


21 


60 


3 


24 


2 


50 


$7,074 


14 


5,565 


81 



1,508 33 



$1,586 42 



South-wick Street, from Neponset avenue to Freeport street. Length 359 
linear feet. Area, 1,045 square yards. Asphalt pavement laid, reset 
edgestone and artificial stone sidewalks constructed. 



Engineering . 
Engineering expense . 
Inspection 
Labor, chemist 
Filling . 

Amount paid to Central Construction Com- 
pany under contract : 

Removing trees, etc. . $60 00 

223 cubic yards earth excava- 

vation® 55c. . . 122 65 

1,058 cubic yards filling fur- 
nished @ 50c. . . 529 00 
540 linear feet straight edge- 
stone hauled and set @ 

18c 97 20 

128 linear feet circular edge- 
stone set @ lie. . . 14 08 
52 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 10c. . 5 20 
24 square yards existing gran- 
ite block paving relaid, 
grout joints, including 
concrete base, @ $1.25, 30 00 
11 square yards existing flag- 
ging crosswalks relaid, 
grout joints, including 
concrete base, @ $1.20. 



Can led forward 



13 20 

$871 33 



$25 21 

1 37 

23 01 

9 00 

346 75 



$405 34 



Public Works Department. 295 

$40-*) 34 



Brought forward 


$871 33 


1,043 square yards concrete 




base, bituminous con- 




crete binder and asphalt 




wearing surface, fur- 




nished and laid @ $1.60, 


1,668 80 


3,409 square feet artificial stone 




sidewalks furnished and 




laid @ 12|c. 


426 13 


115 square feet artificial stone 




driveways furnished and 




laid @ 14c. . 


16 10 


4 covers reset @ $3 


12 00 


Extra work — Reset the 




edgestone and replace 




the concrete base where 




filling was removed : 




4 hours, foreman @ 75c. 


3 00 


4 hours, timekeeper, @ 30c, 


1 20 


8 hours, edgestone setter, @ 




87|c 


7 00 


24 hours, keeper, @ 45c. 


10 80 


60 hours' labor @ 40c. . 


24 00 


Plus 15 per cent on $46 


6 90 


9J cubic yards sand and 




gravel, @ $1.62 . 


15 39 


10^ tons crushed stone @ $2 . 


21 00 


16 bags cement @ 65c. 


10 40 



$3,094 05 
Less amount paid in 1917 . 1,318 22 



$1,775 83 
Less amount paid in 1916 . 425 00 



1,350 83 
$1,756 17 



Stanhope Street, from Berkeley street to Trinity place. (Work not started.) 
Engineering $6 00 

Stratton Street, from Lucerne street across Lyford street. Length, 916 
linear feet. Area, 2,646 square yards. Macadam pavement laid, 
edgestone reset and artificial stone sidewalks constructed. 

Engineering $155 47 

Engineering expense 5 43 

Inspection 437 60 

Blocks . 257 00 

Edgestone, 868 feet 2 inches straight, 15 feet 

1 § inches circular and 11 special stone . 654 74 

Labor, handling stock 12 89 

Road oil, 6,389 gallons tar .... 777 20 

Amount paid to Martino DeMatteo, under 
contract : 

850 cubic yards earth excava- 
tion @ $1 850 00 
8 cubic yards water box 

excavation @ $5 . . 40 00 



Carried forward . . . $890 00 $2,300 33 



296 



City Document No. 26. 



Brought forward 
24 cubic yards rock excava- 
tion @ $3 
890 linear feet straight edge- 
stone and corners 
hauled and set @ 30c. . 
20 linear feet circular edge- 
stone set @ 18c. . 
20 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 18c. 
350 square yards granite block 
paving hauled and laid 

®lc 

2,300 square yards bituminous 
macadam surface fur- 
nished and laid @ 99c, 
600 square yards crushed stone 
sidewalks furnished and 
laid @ 75c. . 
5,600 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks furnished and 
laid @ 19c. . 
10 covers reset @ $3 



Less 15 per cent retained, 



$890 00 


$2,300 33 


72 00 




267 00 




3 60 




3 60 




3 50 




2,277 CO 




450 00 




1,064 00 
30 00 




$5,060 70 
759 11 


4,301 59 





i,601 92 



Tebroc street, from Bowdoin street to Levant street. (Work not started.) 
Engineering ........ $50 00 

Engineering expense 30 

— $50 3 

Theodore street, from Morton street 618 feet easterly. (Work done in 1917.) 

Engineering $14 35 

Engineering expense 30 

Final payment to Central Construction Com- 
pany for work done in 1917, under contract, 80 91 

$95 56 

Ticknor street, from Columbia road to Marine road. (Work not started.) 
Engineering $7 00 

Tovar street, from Bowdoin street to Cameron street. (Work not started.) 

Engineering • . $12 53 

Engineering expense 20 

$12 73 



Tuckerman street, from Dorchester street to Middle street. Length, 376 
linear feet. Area, 783 square yards. Edgestone set, gutters repaved, 
roadway paved with asphalt, existing brick sidewalks relaid and artifi- 
cial stone sidewalks constructed. (Work done in 1916 and 1917.) 

Engineering $5 00 

Engineering expense 20 

Final payment to Central Construction Com- 
pany, for work done in 1916 and 1917, 

under contract 30 48 

$35 68 



Public Works Department. 297 

Turner street, from Washington street to Faneuil street. Length, 1,255 
linear feet. Area, 3,655 square yards. Edgestone set, granite block 
gutters, asphalt roadwav and artificial stone sidewalks constructed. 
(Work done in 1916 and' 1917.) 

Engineering $36 31 

Engineering expense 20 

Final payment to Coleman Brothers for work 

done under contract in 1917 .... 2,070 33 

$2,106 84 



Upland avenue, from Park street to Melville avenue. Length, 74S linear 
feet. Area, 2,509 square yards. Edgestone set, asphalt roadway 
laid and artificial stone sidewalks constructed. (Work done in 1916 
and 1917.) 

Engineering $2 71 

Final payment to Central Construction Com- 

pany, for work done in 1916 and 1917 . 54 20 

■ $56 91 



Vista street, from Augustus avenue to Malvern road. (Work done in 1916 
and 1917.) 

Engineering $4 46 

Payment to Martino DeMatteo, for work 

done under contract in 1916 and 1917 . 477 34 

$4S1 80 



Wachusett street, from Walk Hill street to Eldridge road. (Work not 
started.) 

Engineering $62 00 

Engineering expense 1 00 

$63 00 



Waldo terrace, from Washington street to Henshaw street. Length, 292 
linear feet. Area, 510 square yards. Edgestone set, gutters paved, 
asphalt roadway laid and artificial stone sidewalks constructed. 
(Work done in 1917.) 

Engineering $11 10 

Engineering expense 30 

Amount paid to Coleman Brothers under 
contract : 

222 cubic yards earth excava- 
tion @, 90c. . . . $199 SO 
251 linear feet straight edge- 
stone and corners hauled 
and set @ 25c. . . 62 75 
23 linear feet circular edge- 
stone set @ 25c. . . 5 75 
363 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 20c. .' 72 60 
57 cubic vards concrete base 

furnished and laid @ $6, 342 00 

104 square yards granite block 
paving, hauled and laid, 
grout joints, @ $1.60 . 166 40 



Carried forward . . . $849 30 $11 40 



298 City Document No. 26. 

$11 40 



Brought forward 


$849 30 


406 square yards bituminous 




concrete binder and as- 




phalt wearing surface 




furnished and laid @ 




$1.59 • . ■ . ■ 


645 54 


1,499 square feet artificial stone 




sidewalks furnished and 




laid @ 16c. 


239 S4 


179 square feet artificial stone 




driveways furnished and 




laid @ 20c. 


35 80 


8 covers reset @ $3 


24 00 


Extra work — Fill aban- 




doned cesspool and 




water box and cut tree 




roots in edgestone 




trench. 




11 hours' labor @ 35c. . 


3 85 


Plus 15 per cent on $3.85, 


58 


Extra work — Reconstruct 




entrance at Warren 




Building and Police De- 




partment stables: 




1 hour, stonecutter, @ 45c, 


45 


2 hours, edgestone setter, @ 




75c. .... 


1 50 


3 hours' labor @ 40c. . 


1 20 


Plus 15 per cent on $3.15, 


47 




$1,802 53 


Less amount paid in 1917, 


1,455 35 



347 18 

$358 5S 

Washington street, from Armandine street to Mora street. (Work done in 
1914.) 

Final payment to James Doherty for work done in 1914, 

under contract $186 68 

Wensley street, from Bucknam street to Bickford street. Length, 416 
linear feet. Area, 1,202 square yards. Edgestone set, bituminous 
macadam roadway built and artificial stone sidewalks constructed. 
(Work done in 1917.) 

Engineering $10 07 

Engineering expense 20 

Amount paid to Martino DeMatteo, under 
contract : 

233 cubic yards earth excava- 
tion at 75c. . . . $174 75 
19 cubic yards water box ex- 
cavation @ $5 95 00 
529 cubic yards filling fur- 
nished @ $1 . . . 529 00 
792 linear feet straight edge- 
stone and corners hauled 
and set @ 25c. . 198 00 
8 linear feet circular edge- 
stone set @ 12c. . 96 



Carried forward . . $997 71 $10 27 



Public Works Department. 299 

$10 27 



Brought forward 


$997 71 


190 linear feet existing edge- 




stone reset @ 13c. 


224 70 


427 linear feet crushed stone 




and concrete founda- 




tion furnished and 




placed @ 14c. 


59 78 


31 square yards existing 




granite block paving 




relaid @ 45c. 


13 95 


12 square yards existing 




flagging crosswalks re- 




laid @ 45c. . 


5 40 


1,231 square yards bituminous 




macadam surface fur- 




nished and laid @, 80c, 


984 80 


6,215 square feet artificial stone 




sidewalks furnished and 




laid @ 14c. . 


870 10 


1 cover reset @ $3 


3 00 


Extra work — Make an 




excavation to locate 




existing surface drain : 




8 hours' labor @ 40c. . 


3 20 


Plus 15 per cent on $3.20, 


48 




$2,963 12 


Less amount paid in 1917, 


1,952 40 




$1,010 72 


Less amount retained 


35 71 



975 01 

$985 28 



Westover street, from Weld street to Dunbar street. (Work not started.) 
Engineering $5 00 

Westwood street, from Richfield street to Wales place. Length, 607 linear 
feet. Area, 1,760 square yards. Edgestone set, asphalt pavement laid 
and artificial stone sidewalks constructed. (Work done in 1916 and 
1917.) 

Engineering $6 00 

Final payment to Central Construction Com- 
pany for work done in 1916 and 1917, under 

contract 187 68 

$193 68 



Wilmington avenue, from Milton avenue to Nevada street. Length, 616 
linear feet. Area, 2,327 square yards. Macadam roadway laid, 
edgestone reset and artificial stone sidewalks constructed. 

Engineering 

Engineering expense 

Inspection 

Labor, handling stock 

Edgestone, 1,260 feet straight, 4 small corners 
and 4 special cut 

Carried forward $2,012 70 



$104 02 


2 


'.11 


294 


79 


36 


85 


1,574 


13 



300 City Document No. 26. 

Brought forward $2,012 70 

Amount paid to Martino DeMatteo, under 
contract : 

600 cubic yards earth excava- 
tion @ $1 . . . $600 00 
1,180 linear feet straight edge- 
stone and corners 
hauled and set @30c, 354 00 
20 linear feet circular edge- 
stone set @ 18c. . 3 60 
600 linear feet crushed stone 
and concrete founda- 
tion furnished and 
placed @ 18c. . . 108 00 
2,550 square yards bituminous 
macadam foundation 
furnished and placed 
(unfinished) @ 98c. . 2,205 00 
8,900 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks furnished and 
laid @ 19c. . 1,691 00 
150 square feet artificial stone 
driveways furnished and 
laid @ 25c. ... 37 50 



$4,999 10 
Less 15 per cent retained, 749 86 



4,249 24 

; — $6,261 94 



Wordsworth street, Horace street to Coleridge street. Length, 662 linear 
feet. Area ,2,618 square yards. Edgestone set, granite block gutters 
laid, asphalt roadway laid and artificial stone sidewalks constructed. 
(Work done in 1917.) 

Engineering 

Engineering expense 

Final payment to Central Construction Com- 
pany, for work done under contract in 1917, 



Wyoming street, from Wabeno street to Humboldt avenue. 
in 1917.) 

Engineering 

Payment to Martino DeMatteo, for work 
done in 1917, under contract 



$7 63 
30 




157 60 


$165 53 




enue. i 


^Work done 


$7 36 




184 61 


$194 97 



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Public Works Department. 301 



RECAPITULATION OF STREET WORK. 



Maintenance. 

A street, from West Fourth street to West Fifth 

street $1,013 12 

Adams street, from Ashmont street to Minot 

street . . . .... 

Adams street, from Minot street to Codinan street, 
Adams street, from Park street to Lincoln street, 
Adams street, from Dorchester avenue to Eaton 

square 

Amory street, from Green street to Boylston street, 
Astor street, from Massachusetts avenue to Hemen- 

way street 

Atherton street, from Amory street to Lamartine 

street 

Blue Hill avenue, from Georgia street to Seaver 

street 

Brookline avenue, from Audubon road to the 

Riverway 

Camden street, from Tremont street to Shawmut 

avenue 

Cliff street, from Washington street to Warren 

street 

Codman street, from Adams street to Carruth 

street 

Columbus avenue, from Washington street to Wal- 
nut avenue 

Columbus avenue, from Centre street to Washing- 
ton street 

Columbia road, east side, from dishing avenue 276 

feet south 

Condor street, from Glendon street to Brooks street, 
Corey street, from Newton line to cemetery gate, 
Corinth street, from Washington street to Belgrade 

avenue 

Corning street, from Shawmut avenue to railroad, 
Crawford street, from Humboldt avenue to Harold 

street 

Curve street, from Albany street to Broadway 
East Brookline street, from Shawmut avenue to 

Harrison avenue 

Carried forward 



3,373 
2,491 
2,161 


68 
36 

79 


3,810 
101 


85 
96 


430 84 


129 


00 


5,633 


52 


1,192 


10 


1,354 95 


2,483 


61 


854 


42 


2,432 


55 


2,271 


92 


1,847 
3,191 
1,197 


69 

74 
24 


1,912 
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97 
46 


479 
681 


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17 


1,273 


86 


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302 City Document No. 26. 

Brought forward 

East Concord street, from Washington street to 

Harrison avenue 

East Cottage street, from Dudley street to railroad 

bridge 

East Dedham street, from Washington street to 

Harrison avenue 

Edson street, from Norfolk street to Milton avenue, 

Ellery street, near Southampton street . 

Elm street, from Washington street to Hanover 

street 

Falmouth street, from Norway street to Belvidere 

street 

Fargo street, from C street to D street . 

Fern street, from Franklin street to Holton street, 

Franklin street, from North Harvard street to 

Lincoln street 

Freeport street, from Union street to bridge . 
Gardner street, from Baker street 2,300 feet 

easterly 

Geneva avenue, from Bowdoin street to Dorchester 

avenue 

Geneva avenue, from Park street to Bowdoin street, 
Geneva avenue, from Wilder street to Columbia 

road 

Georgia street, from Blue Hill avenue to Montana 

street 

Gerard street, from Kemble street to Norfolk 

avenue 

Glenwood avenue, from River street to Metropoli- 
tan Parkway 

Green street, from Main street to High street 
Hancock street, from Columbia road to Bowdoin 

street 

Hanover street, from Cross street to Blackstone 

street . . . 

Harvard street from Washington street to Algon- 
quin street . . 

Havre street, from Meridian street to Bennington 

street 

Jersey street, from Audubon road to Brookline 

avenue 

Kimball street, from Dorchester avenue to Freeport 

street . 

Leonard street, from Adams street to Clayton 

street 

Ley den street, from Breed street to Boardman 

street 

Carried forward ....... $80,017 76 



$40,703 


43 


1,216 


27 


1,712 


01 


1,378 07 


210 


15 


747 


80 


1,109 


34 


713 


92 


2,886 


35 


139 


05 


2,448 


15 


2,169 


52 


1,278 45 


433 


89 


1,808 


80 


1,189 48 


1,259 


73 


3,725 


19 


1,710 


21 


380 


32 


1,846 


17 


726 61 


3,325 48 


4,547 


81 


1,018 49 


52 


50 


380 


70 


899 


87 



Public Works Department. 303 

Brought forward . $80,017 76 

London street, from Sumner street to Meridian 

street . . . . . . . . 2,965 47 

London street, from Meridian street to Bennington 

street . 2,230 69 

Lyndeboro' street, from Essex street to Middlesex 

street 197 64 

Milford street, from Tremont street to Shawmut 

avenue 1,501 58 

Nassau street, from Harrison avenue to Ash street, 668 76 

Neponset avenue, from King square to Ashmont 

street . . ... . . . . 9,194 04 

Northern avenue, in the vicinity of the Fish Pier . 2,321 48 

Old Colony avenue, from Columbia road bridge 700 

feet northerly 2,043 96 

Old Colony avenue, from Dorchester avenue 210 

feet easterly . . 3,283 61 

Orleans street, from Maverick street to Gove 

street . . . . . . . _. . 715 71 

Paris street, from Maverick street to Bennington 

street 6,452 88 

Pembroke street, from Tremont street to Shawmut 

avenue . 1,375 85 

Peterborough street, from Jersey street to Audubon 

road ... 697 93 

Pilgrim road, from Brookline avenue to Long- 
wood avenue 551 34 

Poplar street, from Washington street 255 feet 

south of Hillburn street 7,417 66 

Queensberry street, from Jersey street to Audubon 

road . . 778 39 

Quincy street, from Blue Hill avenue to railroad 

bridge ; 155 05 

River street, from Mattapan square to Everett 

square 5,825 34 

River street, from Mattapan square 500 feet 

easterly 7,234 78 

Roberts street, from Belgrade avenue to South street, 2,686 22 
Rollins street, from Harrison avenue to Washing- 
ton street 

Southampton street, from railroad bridge to 

Andrew square 

Stillman street, from Endicott street to Washing- 
ton Street North . 
Stoughton street, from 

street 

Strathmore road, from Lothian road to Chestnut 



Hill avenue 
Carried forward 



Harrison avenue to Albany 



403 20 
892 39 
1,234 62 
1,554 45 
1,443 08 
. $143,843 88 



304 City Document No. 26. 

Brought forward $143,843 88 

Tremont street, from Edgeworth street to Chelsea 

street 

Union Park street, from Harrison avenue to 

Albany street 

Walnut avenue, from Rockland avenue to Dale 

street 

Walnut park, from Walnut avenue to Washington 

street 

Waltha?n street, from Harrison avenue to Tremont 

street 

Warren street, from Commonwealth avenue to 

Cambridge street 

Washington street, from Oak square to Newton 

line 

West Broadway, from Dorchester avenue 125 feet 

easterly 

West Fifth street, from Dorchester avenue to 

Fifth Street place 

West Fourth street, from Dorchester avenue to A 

street 

West Newton street, from Shawmut avenue to 

Tremont street 

West Seventh street, from Dorchester avenue 150 

feet easterly 

Total $17 

Charged to Special Appropriations. 

Belgrade avenue extension and Beech street, widen- 
ing . '. . . . $1,717 11 

Charles street (now Caledonian avenue), from 
Spring street to Hamilton street 

Chelsea street, Charlestown, widening 

Hyde Park avenue, widening, Hyde Park 

Norfolk street, Dorchester, widening, from Corbet 
street to Blue Hill avenue (see, also, Highways, 
Making of) 

Total 

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 . 

Carried forward 



373 


67 


2,306 


15 


1,831 


18 


624 


09 


2,730 


84 


9,813 


97 


503 


90 


765 


79 


3,623 


15 


1,526 


26 


1,228 


91 


1,373 


65 


1170,545 


44 



47 


00 


* 8,373 


89 


4,121 


99 


79,037 


46 


$93,2,97 45 


Sidewalks. 
$1,062 32 


2,610 


23 


11 


03 


$3,683 


58 



: Credit of $9.19 on Highways, Making of. 



Public Woeks Department. 

Brought forward 

Amherst street, from Belgrade avenue to Penfield 

street 

Amory street, from Boylston street to Green street, 
Auckland street, from Belfort street 51 feet south- 
erly 

Beech street, from West Roxbury parkway to 

Robeson street 

Belfort street, from Dorchester avenue to Saga- 
more street 

Belvidere street, from Massachusetts avenue to 

Dalton 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 

Cleveland place, from Margaret street to Snow 

Hill street 

Dix street, from Adams street 120 feet westerly . 
Dorchester avenue, from Park street to Peabody 

square 

Dorchester avenue, from Freeport street to Park 

street 

Edison green at No. 6 

Evergreen street, west side, South Huntington 

avenue to Day street 

Fairbanks street, from Faneuil street to Washing- 
ton street 

Hanover street, from Court street to Commercial 

street . . 

Holton street, from Everett street to Franklin 

street 

Holbrook street, from Centre street to Dane street, 
Hyde Park avenue, west side, from Tower street to 

Walk Hill street 

King street, from Neponset avenue to Adams 

street 

Lamartine street, from Boylston street to Green 

street 

Mapleton street, from Murdock street to Market 

street 

Market street, east side, from Sparhawk street to 

Mapleton street 

Neponset avenue, from King street to Boutwell 

street 

Norfolk avenue, west side, from Shirley street to 

Burrell street 

Carried forward 



305 


$3,683 


58 


4 48 
1,080 21 


10 


65 


110 


64 


379 


64 


6 


10 
00 


5,838 


29 


2,340 


64 


1,395 49 
34 14 


1,096 


11 


1,546 
10 


11 
06 


1,821 


51 


6 


00 


2,800 48 


6 
14 


00 
93 


486 


95 


676 


97 


960 


39 


2 


00 


2 


00 


653 


96 


5 


10 


$24,972 43 



306 City Document No. 26. 

Brought forward 

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 Milton 

avenue, etc. •. 

Rosemont street, from Adams street to Gustine 

street 

Scotia street, from St. Cecilia street to Dalton 

street 

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 

Sycamore street, from Florence street to Ashland 

street ....... 

Tower street, from Hyde Park avenue to Forest 

Hills cemetery 

Walk Hill street, west side, from Hyde Park 

avenue to 400 feet southerly .... 
West Selden street, from Crossman street 2,100 

feet easterly 

Westville street, north side, from Orchardale street 

to 205 feet east of Bowdoin street 
Westville street, south side, from Bowdoin street 

to Iowa street 

Wrenlham street 

Total 



Charged to Appropriation for Reconstructing and 
Repairing Streets by Contract. 

Atlantic avenue, from Kneeland street to Summer 

street $66,198 28 

Atlantic avenue, from Summer street to Broad 

street 24,256 29 

Atlantic avenue, from Broad street to South Mar- 
ket street 74,192 45 

Atlantic avenue, from South Market street to 

Commercial street 41,291 80 



$24,972 43 


215 


47 


591 


79 


815 


50 


1,275 


15 


5 


28 


186 


46 


3 


10 


584 


20 


1,512 


85 


5 


10 


4,840 


19 


391 


76 


87 


32 


1,014 


22 


149 49 


26 90 
25 92 


$36,703 


13 



Carried forward $205,938 82 



307 


$205,938 82 


16,087 98 


508 50 
*185 61 


19,290 82 


32,324 35 


16,118 87 



Public Works Department. 

Brought forward 

Broadway, from Washington street to bridge over 
Boston & Albany Railroad 

Causeway street, from Prince street to Washington 
Street North 

Centre street, from South street to Spring street 

Commercial street, from Causeway street to Han- 
over street 

Congress street, from Atlantic avenue to Fort 
Point channel 

Dorchester avenue, from Congress street to Summer 
street . 

Dorchester avenue, from West Second street to Old 
Colony avenue, in and near Andrew square, 
Boston street and Southampton street . . 38,736 65 

Dorchester avenue, from Rawson street to Savin 
Hill avenue 

East Broadway, from Dorchester street to L street, 

Leverett street, from Green street to Charles street, 

Rutherford avenue, from Chapman street to Cam- 
bridge street 

Saratoga street, from Chelsea street to Bennington 
street . . . 

State street, from Merchants row to India street 
and from Commercial street to Atlantic avenue, 

Summer street, from Fort Point channel to draw- 
bridge 

Tremont street, from Common street to Castle 
street 

Tremont street, from Castle street to Dover street, 

Washington street, from Market street to Faneuil 
street 

Washi?igton street, from Forest Hills to Archdale 
road 



Less amount charged to Street Improvements, 
Total 

Charged to Appropriation for Street Improvements. 

Albany street, from Dover street to Massachusetts 

avenue $8,197 47 

Albany street, from Kneeland street to Boston & 

Albany Railroad 46,192 59 



1,602 16 
922 47 
440 89 


1,094 58 


75,922 85 


37,057 05 


173 44 


418 75 
675 84 


1,107 58 


52,164 97 


$500,772 18 
2,942 04 


$497,830 14 



Carried forward . . ... . . $54,390 06 

* See Highways, Making of. 



308 City Document No. 26. 

Brought forward $54,390 06 

Amory street, north side, from Bragdon street to 

Atherton street . ... 6,039 43 

Appleton street, from Berkeley street to Columbus 

avenue . . . 509 93 

Arlington street, from Boylston street to St. James 

avenue 5,023 52 

Artificial stone sidewalks 4,277 35 

Asphalt pavements repaired 69,108 11 

Batterymarch street, from Franklin street to Broad 

street 41 46 

Beach street, from Harrison avenue to Atlantic 

avenue 2,084 61 

Beacon street, from Tremont street to Park street . 167 71 

Beacon street, from Park street to Charles street . 1 16 00 

Beacon street, from Raleigh street to Boston & 

Albany Railroad 13,144 53 

Blossom street, from Fruit street to Allen street . 239 63 

Bowdoin street, from Topliff street to 78 feet west 

of Mt. Ida road 3,147 62 

Bowdoin street, from Winter street to Quincy 

street . . 10,990 61 

Boylston street, from Tremont street to Washing- 
ton street 304 82 

Brighton avenue, from Commonwealth avenue to 

Cambridge street 6,900 40 

Canal street, from Hay market square to Causeway 

street 1,952 17 

Chandler street, from Berkeley street to Clarendon 

street 399 35 

Charles street, from Beacon street to Boylston 

street . 6,944 05 

Clinton street, from Merchants row across Com- 
mercial street 18,112 67 

Columbia road, from Edward Everett square to 

Dudley street 38 46 

Congress street, from Milk street to Atlantic 

avenue 180 42 

Cross street, from Commercial street to Haymarket 

square 20,778 60 

D street, from Dorchester avenue to West Seventh 

street 549 12 

Dartmouth street, from Tremont street to Stuart 

street 39,327 73 

Dearborn street, from Albany street to Dudley 

street 284 10 

Devonshire street, from Adams square to Water 

street 46 46 



Carried forward $265,098 92 



Public Works Department. 309 

Brought forward $265,098 92 

Dorchester avenue, from Freeport street to Park 

street . 

Dorchester avenue, from Savin Hill avenue to Free- 
port street 

Dorchester avenue, from Peabocly square to Wash- 
ington street 

Endicott street, from Hanover street to Lafayette 

avenue 

Fruit street, from Blossom street to Charles street, 
Federal street, from Milk street to Atlantic avenue, 
Harrison avenue, from Kneeland street to Dover 

street • 

Harvard street, from Prescott street to south side 

of Harvard square 

Hawkins street, from Sudbury street to Chardon 

street 

Haymarket square 

India street, from Atlantic avenue .... 
Lincoln street, from Essex street to Beach street . 
Market street, from Washington street to Weston 

avenue 

Maverick square, from Sumner street to Maverick 

street . - 

Mercantile street, from South Market street to 

Richmond street 

Merchants row, from State street to South Market 

street 

McKinley square, at Custom House 

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 

Portland street, from Hanover street to Causeway 

street 

Richmond street, from Hanover street to Atlantic 

avenue 

School street, from Washington street to Tremont 

street 

Somerset street, from Beacon street to Ashburton 

place 

Carried forward 



28,081 


33 


3,052 


23 


35,225 


73 


8,448 81 
310 45 


153 


13 


32,585 


35 


3,060 


38 


3,603 

2,844 
19 


64 
84 
00 


51 


96 


231 


57 


1,472 


39 


17,406 92 


32 


00 


58 


24 


5,987 


22 


32 


73 


234 


73 


790 


77 


8,801 


49 


76 


95 


180 91 


51 


79 


473 


29 


5,696 


72 


$424,063 49 



310 City Document No. 26. 

Brought forward 

South street, from Jamaica street to Arborway 
Sudbury street, from Court street to Merrimac 

street • . 

Talbot avenue, from Dorchester avenue to Welles 

avenue 

Tremont street, from Boylston street to Common 

street 

Tremont street, from Hammond street to Station 

street 

Washington street, from 78 feet south of Court 

avenue to Beach street 

Washington street, from Haymarket square to Elm 

street 

Washington street, from Brattle street across Elm 

street 

Washington street, from Talbot avenue to Arman- 

dine street 

West Broadway, from Dorchester avenue to E 

street 

West Canton street, from Tremont street to Ber- 
keley street 



Repairing streets plus amount shown under 
reconstructing and by contract .... 

$483,294 01 
Less amount charged to appropriation for 
Paving Service 18,226 88 



$424,063 49 
7,671 03 


22,047 


72 


35 


00 


2,259 


45 


359 


17 


459 40 


2,485 


82 


873 


27 


•18,054 


33 


1,763 


25 


280 


04 


$480,351 


97 


2,942 


04 



,067 13 



Charged to Appropriation for Highways, Making of. 
Amory street, north side, from Bragdon street 384 

' feet westerly $869 11 

Alger street, from Dorchester avenue to railroad, 3,096 18 

Ativell road, from Richwood street to Park street, 4 00 

Augustus avenue, from Metropolitan avenue to 

Ethel street 505 45 

Atkins street (credit on account of old materials, 

$44.10). 

Asphalt mixer 1,290 00 

Baird street, from Morton street to Blue Hill 

avenue 4 00 

Blake street, from Hyde Park boundary across 

Randolph road ....... 70 33 

Bowdoin street, near Hendiy street . . . 387 79 



Carried forward $6,226 86 



Public Works Department. 

Brought forward 

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 

northwesterly 

Cameron street, from Hancock street 130 feet 

southerly 

Carmel street, from Tremont street to Delle 

avenue 

Caspian tvay, from Savin Hill avenue 520 feet 

northerly 

Centervale park, from Upland avenue to Bruns- 
wick street . 

Cedric street, from Magazine street to Langdon 

street 

Centre street, from South street to Spring street, 
Chelsea street, from Foss street to Adams street, 
Chelsea street, from Chamber to Foss street 

(credit on account of old material, $9.19). 
Clarendon street, from Stuart street to Boylston 

street 

Cliffmont street, from Canterbury street 1,120 feet 

southwesterly 

Conley street, from Old Colony parkway to Tenean 

street 

Cornell street, from Orange street to Colberg 

avenue 

Cummings road, from Commonwealth avenue 835 

feet easterly 

Dana Avenue footway , from Dana avenue to Easton 

avenue 

Deer street, from Roach street to Melvinside 

terrace 

Downer avenue, from DeWolf street to Sawyer- 
avenue 

Dunbar avenue, from Washington street westerly, 
East First street, from West First street to H 

street 

Epping street, from Washington street to Norfolk 

street 

Eric avenue, from Savin Hill avenue 344 feet 

northerly 

Everton street, from Geneva avenue to Olney 

street 

Fordham road, from Commonwealth avenue to 

Brighton avenue 

Carried forward 



311 


$6,226 86 


1,253 


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3,384 42 


1,091 


31 


90 96 


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12 


1,138 21 


2,267 


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334 


81 


1,014 
70 


83 
83 


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202 


45 


421 


86 


$29,006 


17 



312 



City Document No. 26. 



Brought forward 

Fuller street, from Commonwealth avenue to 

Brookline 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 

Gove street, from Cottage street to Venice street 
Granada avenue, from Metropolitan avenue to 

Ethel street 

Greenview avenue, from Centre street 219 feet 

southeasterly 

Grove street, from Centre street to Washington 

street 

Halifax street, from South Huntington avenue to 

Pond View street 

Harvard street, from Fabyan street to Brookview 

street 

Harvard street, from Morton street to Deering 

road 

Hill Top street, from Granite avenue to Hallet 

street •!.... 

Holden street, from Columbia road westerly . 
Holton street, from Everett street to Antwerp 

street 

Homestead street, from Elm Hill avenue to Hum- 
boldt avenue 

Hubert street, from Shawmut avenue to West- 
minster street 

Hunnewell avenue, from Champney street to 

Atkins street 

Justin road, from Bigelow street to Atkins street, 
Kenton road, from Washington street 800 feet 

easterly 

Langley road, from Breck avenue 570 feet easterly, 
Levant street, from Geneva avenue to Topliff 

street 

Lithgow street, from Talbot avenue to Washington 

street 

Lome street, from Harvard street 650 feet north 

erly 

Malverna road, from Metropolitan avenue to 

Ethel street 

Matchett street, from Washington street 843 feet 

northerly 

Minion street, from Amory street to Brookside 

avenue 

Carried forward 



$29,006 17 

2,286 52 

31 83 

274 77 

7,375 66 
2,483 19 

468 61 

8 00 
31,226 20 

56 07 

48 42 

3,810 76 

3,251 24 

19 77 

5 00 
284 81 

30 49 

4,677 45 
3 00 

162 45 
2,554 25 

92 70 

94 54 

9 67 

6 00 
179 92 

6,143 36 
$94,590 85 



Public Works Department. 313 

Brought forward , . . . . . . $94,590 85 

Moraine street, from South Huntington avenue to 

Jamaicaway 11,812 09 

Ml. Ida road, from Robinson street to 254 feet 

south of Marie street 653 23 

Museum road, from Huntington avenue to Fenwav 

street 4,540 84 

Neptune road, from Bennington street to Boston, 

Revere Beach & Lynn Railroad .... 10,655 20 
Nevada street, from Fairmount street to Wilming- 
ton avenue 2,569 51 

Normandy street, from Intervale street to Devon 

street * 59 82 

North Beacon street, from Cambridge street to 

Market street 54,042 43 

Norwood street, extended to Conley street . . 26 60 
Norfolk street (see special appropriation for Nor- 
folk street) 13,097 26 

Orchardfield street, from Dorchester avenue to 

Freeport street 65 46 

Overland street, from Brookline avenue to Boston 

& Albany Railroad 5,910 55 

Parkland street, from Winship street to Academy 

Hill road 448 98 

Parkton road, from Perkins street to Perkins 

street 16 20 

Park Vale avenue, from Brighton avenue to Glen- 

ville avenue . . 11,612 72 

Patten street, from Hyde Park avenue to Bourne 

street . . . . 1,106 74 

Peabody street, from Brookline avenue to Binnev 

street . 1,640 07 

Perham street, from Vermont street to New York, 

New Haven & Hartford Railroad . . . 71 63 

Perthshire road, from Bigelow street to Matchett 

street . 21 00 

Pontiac street, from Tremont street to Hillside 

street 11,401 72 

Public Alley 819, from Westland avenue to 

Batavia street 19 35 

Public Alley 820, from Huntington avenue to St. 

Botolph street 22 71 

Radford lane, from Carruth street to Bushnell 

street 2,635 53 

Ralston streei, from Dorchester avenue to Old 

Colony avenue 6,144 93 

Randall street, from Harrison avenue to Albany 

street 30 48 



Carried forward • . $233,195 90 



314 City Document No. 26. 

Brought forward . $233,195 90 

Redjands road, from Centre street to Abbott 

street 140 33 

Richwood street, from Centre street to Mont view 

street 

Ripley road, from Harvard street to Vassar street, 
Rowell street, from Hancock street to Cushing 

avenue 

Rugby road, from Randolph road to Oakland 

street 

St. Albans road, from Francis street to Hunting- 
ton avenue 

St. Rose street, from South street 416 feet westerly, 
Santuit street, from Roseland street to Welles 

avenue 

Saville street, from Park street to Stratford street . 
Seaver street, from Walnut avenue to Blue Hill 

avenue 

South Street, from Chestnut Hill avenue to Com- 
monwealth avenue 

Souihwick street, from Neponset avenue to Free- 
port street . . 

Stanhope street, from Berkeley street to Trinity 

place . . . . 

Stratton street, from Lucerne street across Lyford 

street 

Tebroc street, from Bowdoin street to Levant 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 Melville 

avenue . 

Vista street, from Augustus avenue to Malverna 

road 

Wachusett street, from Walk Hill street to Eldridge 

street 

Waldo terrace, from Washington street to Hen- 

shaw street 

Washington street, from Armandine street to Mora 

street 

Wensley street, from Bucknam street to Bickford 

street 

Carried forward $251,971 24 



2,462 66 
125 13 


578 


51 


253 


27 


9 
412 


20 

18 


20 
322 


20 
99 


60 00 


1,586 42 


1,756 


17 


6 00 


6,601 
50 


92 
30 


95 


56 


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12 


73 


35 


68 


2,106 84 


56 91 


481 


80 


63 


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358 58 


186 


68 


985 


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Public Works Department. 315 

Brought forward $251,971 24 

Westover street, from Weld street to Dunbar street, 
Weslwood street, from Richfield street to Wales 

place 

Wilmington avenue, from Milton avenue to Nevada 

street 

Wordsworth street, from Horace street to Coleridge 

street . 

Wyoming street, from Wabeno street to Humboldt 

avenue 

$258,792 36 
Credit: Atkins street, $44.10, and Chelsea 

street, $9.19 ........ 53 29 



5 


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193 


68 


6,261 


94 


165 


53 


194 97 



Total $258,739 07 



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constructed under chapter 393 of the Acts of 1906.) 

First Setting. Linear Feet. 



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1912 

1913 

1914 

1915 

1916 

1917 

1918 


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328 

1,718 

6,045 

2,199 

4,773 

947 

221 

1,779 


2,898 

1,182 
465 

1,017 
557 
959 
265 

1,996 
298 

2,498 


100 

229 
70 


214 
983 
2,098 
1,806 
1,221 
1,970 
4,939 
1,987 
1,159 
162 


779 
5,190 
11,627 
7,890 
2,907 
1,520 
2,230 
2,393 
8,225 
4,751 


4,833 
8,044 

14,627 
9,669 

10,296 
1,637 
6,928 
3.37S 
7,180 
684 


2,380 

6,810 

5,806 

3,168 

2,716 

901 

4,547 

1,968 

933 

662 


5,253 

50 
352 
407 
1,359 
672 
331 
638 
524 


17,080 
22,687 
36,693 
30,231 
21,325 
12,432 
20.1S7 
12,581 
20,098 
8,757 






Totals. . 


18,733 


12,135 


399 


16,539 


47,512 


67,276 


29,891 


9,586 


202,071 



New Brick Sidewalks. (Does not include work done on streets laid out 
and constructed under chapter 393 of the Acts of 1906.) 
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2,258 


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6,357 


42 


316 


1,223 


2.02S 


12,364 


1,144 


29.327 



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City Document No. 26. 



Recapitulation, 1918. 



Districts. 


Edgestones. 
Linear Feet. 


Brick. 

Square Yards. 


South Boston Paving District, No. 1. ...... . 






East Boston Paving District, No. 2 

Charlestown Paving District, No. 3 


2,498 


95 


Brighton Paving District, No. 4 


162 

4,751 

684 
662 




West Roxburv Paving District, No. 5 




Dorchester and Hyde Park Paving Districts, 
Nos 6 9-11 




Roxburv Paving District, No. 7 


95 


City Proper Paving Districts, Nos. 8 and 10. . 


110 








Totals.... 


8,757 


300 







Loads of Dirt and Street Cleanings Removed from February 1, 1918, 
to January 3.1, 1919. 

By Paling Service Force. 



Single.* 



Doublet 



Cubic 
Yards. 



South Boston. 
East Boston. . 
Charlestown . . 

Brighton 

West Roxbury 
Dorchester. . . 

Roxburv 

South End . . . 

Ashmont 

North End. . . 
Hyde Park... 

Totals. ... 



1,015 

269 

335 

2,0481 

2.134 

1,775 

5,402 

384 

840 

572 

1,669 



373 
123 



2,286 

4,261 

980 

81 

32 

2,067 



1,353 



1,761 

513 

335 

6,6201 

9,623 

3,735 

5,726 

448 

4,974 

572 

4,375 



16,443^ 



11,555 



38,682^ 



*Single load, 1 cubic yard. 



Double load, 2 cubic yards. 



Public Works Department. 



319 



Loads of Snow Removed from February 1, 1918, to January 31, 1919. 

By Paving Sendee Force. 



Districts. 



Single* 



Doublet 



Cubic 
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Cost.} 



South Boston . . 
East Boston . . 
Charlestown . . 

Brighton 

West Roxbury . 
Dorchester .... 

Roxbury 

South End. . . . 

Ashmont 

North End 

Hyde Park . . . 



2,350 
443 



16 



4,748 



426 

322 

1,007 



198 
1,089 

458 



1,446 
3,911 

3,388 



1,348 
246 

3,284 
296 



36 
168 



168 



2,812 

996 

6,568 

1,096 



$6,804 56 

4,960 28 

5,986 21 

4,469 54 

9,333 57 

6,898 92 

20,327 95 

12,586 11 

3,670 56 

§9,522 78 

2,441 71 



"otals . 



9,722 



2,133 



25,851 



$87,002 19 



* Single load, 2 cubic yards. t Double load, 3 cubic yards. 

J Includes cost of plowing gutters, cleaning sidewalks and picking ice not carted away. 
§ Includes cost of license. 

Snow and ice removed by contract from February 1, 
1918, to January 31, 1919. 

There was no snow or ice removed by contract during 
the year 1918-19. 



320 



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321 



Street Openings. 

Under Classes 1 and 2 of the schedule of permit fees, 
permits for openings in public ways were issued as 
follows : 



To Whom Issued. 



Permits. 



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 Hvde 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 



Length in 
Feet. 



27 


1 .1).".") 


18 


930 


14 


1,825 


198 


4,490 


1,778 


12,930 


997 


30,135 


285 


160,470 


99 


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34 


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5,260 


744 


72,450 


124 


19,835 


1 ,233 


219,470 


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15.300 



Totals. 



7,367 561.005 



Making a total length of openings of about 106 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 



4 

30 

5 

11 

833 

761 

2,748 

325 

5 

720 

78 



Carried forward 



5,526 



322 



City Document No. 26. 



Brought for ward 

Raising or lowering safes or heavy machinery 
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 



5,526 
128 
254 

333 

6,241 
7,367 

13,608 



The income from the issuance of permits amounted 
to $12,099.11, divided as follows: 



Class No. 1. 


Openings 


$3,603 00 


2. 


Emergency openings 


788 00 


3. 


Advertising .... 


4 00 


4. 


Cleaning snow from roofs 


36 00 


5. 


Driving cattle .... 


25 00 


6. 


Dumping snow 


5 50 


7. 


Erecting and repairing awnings 


416 50 


8. 


Erecting, alterations and repair 


3 




on buildings 


3,978 11 


9. 


Minor repairs on buildings . 


1,374 00 


10. 


Feeding horses 


325 00 


11. 


Moving buildings . 


75 00 


12. 


Painting signs on fences 


— 


13. 


Placing flat signs 


360 00 


14. 


Projecting signs, etc. 


78 00 


15. 


Raising and lowering goods, etc. 


128 00 


16. 


Loading and unloading goods 


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17. 


Emergency (Class B) 


254 00 


18. 


Special 


— 


19. 


Annual permits 

Total 


649 00 




. $12 099 11 



Eight thousand, five hundred eleven dollars and forty- 
five cents cash paid to City Collector. Bills for collec- 
tion of balance, $3,587.66. 

One thousand four hundred forty-four surety company 
bonds are on file in the Permit Office. These include 
twenty thousand, three thousand, four thousand and 
one thousand dollar bonds. 



Defects in Sidewalks and Roadways. 

Two hundred forty notices were sent to property 
owners to make repairs to sidewalks for the maintenance 



Public Works Department. 



323 



of which they were responsible. These included steps, 
portions of buildings encroaching on sidewalks, and 
defective bulkheads, areas, etc. 

Twenty-five thousand six hundre i fifty notices were 
sent to district foremen, contractors, public service cor- 
porations 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 seventy- 
seven poles and the removal of two hundred thirty-five 
poles in accordance with plans filed in this office. Per- 
mits have also been issued for the resetting of seven 
hundred four defective poles. 



Street Numbering. 
Building numbers have been assigned as fisted below : 



Districts. 


Entire 
Streets 
Num- 
bered. 


Entire 

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bered. 


Partly 

Num- 
bered 

Streets. 


Partly 

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bered 

Streets. 


Estates 
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Estates 
Renum- 
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Figures. 
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293 


191 


1,405 









324 



City Document No. 26. 



Plans. 



During the year plans were filed as follows : 



To Whom Issued. 


Mains. 


Poles. 


Tracks. 


Conduits. 


Miscel- 
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64 


32 


155 


21 



Poles, 64; mains, 6; tracks, 32; conduits*, 155; mis- 
cellaneous, 21; total of 278 plans filed this year, making 
a total of plans on file of 14,439. 



Public Works Department. 



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APPENDIX D. 



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



Boston, February 1, 1919. 

Mr. Thomas F. Sullivan, 

Commissioner of Public Works: 

Dear Sir, — I submit herewith a statement of the 
activities, operations and expenditures of the various 
services of the Sewer and Sanitary Division for the year 
ending Januarj^ 31, 1919. 

The maintenance expenditures of the Sewer and 
Sanitary Division for the year were as follows: 

Sewer Service $452,310 71 

Sanitary Service 1,106,953 20 

Street Cleaning and Oiling Service . . . 745,639 57 



$2,304,903 48 

Sewer Service. 

During the year 1918-19, owing to the decrease in the 
annual appropriation for the construction of sewers, 
only 6.94 miles of sanitary sewers and surface drains were 
built in the City of Boston. In the city proper the work 
was chiefly confined to construction of sewers in streets 
that were to be permanently repaved by the Paving 
Division, the principal ones being those built in Atlantic 
avenue, Commercial street, Causeway street, Leverett 
street and Portland street. In East Boston, Saratoga 
street; in Brighton, Washington street; in Charlestown, 
Chelsea street and Rutherford avenue, and in South 
Boston, the extension of Dorchester brook sewer and 
the D street outlet. 

In the cleaning of catch-basins a new arrangement has 
been made; that is, contractors have been paid by the 
cubic yard removed instead of by the basin as was done 
in former years. The results have been entirely satis- 
factory and the number of complaints materially reduced. 



448 City Document No. 26. 

There were 7,628 catch-basins and 156 drop inlets 
cleaned and a total of 28,767 cubic yards of material 
removed. 

Plans have been prepared for repairs at the Calf 
Pasture pumping station, also for the renewal of the 
gates at the Moon Island reservoir. 

The cleaning and flushing of old sewers has received 
the constant attention of the day-labor force and at 
the present time are in fairly good working condition. 

Sanitary Service. 

Owing to war conditions and the prevalence of 
influenza, the forces in the Sanitary Service were greatly 
reduced during the past year and I would respectfully 
recommend that 100 laborers be added to the present 
working forces. 

Studies have been made as to the substitution of a 
day-labor force in the so-called sanitary districts in East 
Boston, Dorchester, Hyde Park, West Roxbury and 
Brighton. 

I would also recommend that the question of separa- 
tion in certain sections of the city receive more attention 
during the coming year as this nonseparation of garbage 
and ashes has been the source of a great deal of complaint 
on our inland dumps. At the present time we have a 
number of wooden garbage wagons and these should be 
replaced with iron carts in order to collect the garbage 
in a sanitary manner. 

The question of the collection of garbage and ashes in 
the unimproved alleys of the South End should receive 
the attention of the department and these alleys should 
be made public by an act of the Street Commissioners, 
so that our teams can be driven through and the col- 
lection made regularly and in a sanitary manner. 

The purchase of new horses for this service should 
receive your earliest consideration as the horses are 
rapidly decreasing in number and wearing out under the 
hard work of this service. 

Street Cleaning and Oiling Service. 

During the past year an electric car sprinkler and 
flusher has proven entirely satisfactory for the sprinkling 
and flushing of streets on which there are car tracks. 
Owing to the refusal of the Government to allow the oil 
companies to use tank cars for furnishing oil, very little 



Public Works Department. 449 

oil was applied to the macadam highways, and I would 
respectfully recommend that at least 1,000,000 gallons 
of oil be asked for in the coming budget. 

An investigation has been made as to the merits of 
various pick-up machines for sprinkling, brooming and 
picking up the dirt on our streets, and I would recommend 
that an Elgin street sweeper be purchased during the 
coming year, which I think is the most improved type of 
street cleaning machine on the market at the present 
time. The continuation of the use of motor- driven 
flushers and sprinklers in our paved streets have proven 
entirely satisfactory. 

I would recommend that the forces of the Street 
Cleaning Service in their various districts be increased, 
especially as the improved type of paving due to the 
paving program of the Public Works Department is fast 
becoming a matter of record. This will apply to the 
so-called push-cart men, which should be increased from 
about 100 routes to at least 200. This would mean an 
increase of at least 150 men to the present force to give 
daily cleaning to our paved highways. 

Respectfully, 

E. F. Murphy, 

Division Engineer. 



450 City Document No. 26. 



SEWER SERVICE. 



The work of the service is carried on under chapters 28 
and 40, Revised Ordinances of 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 74, Special Acts of 1918. 

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, 1918 428 

Total number of employees on pay roll January 

31, 1919 

Total amount of weekly pay roll January 31 

1918 

Total amount of weekly pay roll January 31 

1919 

Total amount of monthly pay rolls January 31 

1918 ... 

Total amount of monthly pay rolls January 31 

1919 $933.32 



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Total amount of monthly pension roll January 31, 
1918: 

Veterans 

Laborers 

Total amount of monthly pension roll January 31, 
1919: 

Veterans 

Laborers 

Average weekly pay roll, including monthly roll 
and exclusive of pension roll, for fiscal year, 
Charged as follows : 
Maintenance .... * $4,375 68 
Sewerage works . . . 3,260 10 

Separate systems of drainage . 213 81 

Average number of men employed 
Number of men on pension roll January 31, 1918 

Veterans 

Laborers . . ' 

Number of men on pension roll January 31, 1919 

Veterans 

Laborers 

Average number of horses maintained by the 

service during the year 
Rate of wages paid to common laborers 



$618.89 
$662.16 



$544.63 

$757.16 

$7,849.59 



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Includes amount charged to Water Service 

Includes amount charged to Bridge Service 

Includes amount charged to High Pressure Fire Service 
Includes amount charged to Street Improvements .... 
Includes amount charged to Chelsea street, Charlestown, widening 
Includes amount charged to Norfolk street, Dorchester, widening 



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127 23 
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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, boilers 
Pumping Station, Union Park street 
Pumping Station, Summer street 
Pumping Station, Hyde park 



Moon Island .... 
Main and intercepting sewers 



$129,155 75 

16,455 18 

32,019 03 

20,286 73 

5,484 27 

1,827 31 

954 13 



Stony Brook. 



Maintenance 



Miscellaneous Maintenance Charges. 
Cleaning catch-basins . 
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Automobiles 

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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12,923 34 



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1,876 

1,123 

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2,771 

3,396 

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3,648 

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677 

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2,989 

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16,575 82 

$237,850 09 
1,424 93 



78,050 58 

1,134 65 

15,106 82 



6,504 84 

5,499 82 

22,223 95 

13,109 46 

2,065 12 



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$412,765 07 



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Brought forward $412,765 07 

Pension roll (veterans) 6,689 62 

Pension roll (laborers) 8,443 62 

Annuities 651 00 

Fuel and oil 2,846 98 

Hardware, tools, etc 2,603 57 

Engines and boilers 376 98 

Sundries and miscellaneous charges 14,910 83 

Telephones 257 66 

House connections 7,697 19 

Rubber goods 754 06 

Gatehouses, Fenway 320 32 

Stock 6,896 55 



Credit. 

Stock transferred and used on construction . $11,857 29 
Fuel and oil transferred and used on con- 
struction 1,013 55 

Hardware, tools, etc., transferred and used on 

construction 31 90 



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12,902 74 



,310 71 



Charges to Various Parties for Property Sold, for Work Done and Material 

Furnished. 

Gulf Refining Company $350 00 

Boston Elevated Railway Company ...... 16 65 

Frost Coal Company 18 50 

Town of Brookline 30 50 

Frederick Whalen 6 00 

Metropolitan Water and Sewerage Board .... 15 75 

Metropolitan Water and Sewerage Board .... 500 00 

Metropolitan Water and Sewerage Board .... 5,869 36 

Metropolitan Water and Sewerage Board .... 5,869 36 

William J. Barry 105 00 

B. F. & P. J. Doyle 10 00 

Margaret L. Dennehy 8 00 

Louis H. Jacobs 6 78 

J. M. Sullivan 15 00 

F. H. Barrett 6 75 

Boston Wharf Company 104 75 

Batavia Street Garage, * 112 45 

Pine Street Garage 15 00 

George H. Noone * . 25 75 

P. J. Ducie 15 00 

S. Malogoris 10 13 

David J. Connell 22 79 

Fuel Commission 24 24 

John J. Murphy 15 00 

Harry Bornstein 77 70 

Hotel Thorndike 36 50 

James J. Burke 6 75 

Star Brewerv Company 6 00 

John E. Quinn 30 00 

George Cherry 8 54 



Total 



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Public Works Department. 



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B. F. & P. J. Doyle .... 
Metropolitan Water and Sewerage Board 

F. Wheeler 

M. L. Dennehy 

Town of Brookline .... 
Frost Coal Company .... 
Metropolitan Water and Sewerage Board 

L. H. Jacobs 

J. M. Sullivan 

Ames Street Garage .... 

F. H. Barrett 

Boston Wharf Company 

P. J. Ducie . . . ... 

S. Malogoris 

David J. Connell 

H. Bornstein 

John J. Murphy 

Fuel Commission 

Hotel Thorndike 

Batavia Street Garage 

George Cherry 



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Recapitulation. — Maintenance Detail, 1918=19. 



Improved 

Sewerage. 



Outside 
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Totals. 



Labor 

Contracts 

Teaming, hired and city 

Waste 

Fuel 



Oil. 



Packing 

Valves 

Transportation, etc 

Horses, etc 

Towing 

Pipe fittings and miscellaneous 

Telephone 

Automobiles, repairs and supplies. 
Stock and miscellaneous supplies . . 



Credits. 

Improved Sewerage. 



Labor. . 

Stables . 



$48 00 
28 00 



Outside Improved Sewerage. 

Miscellaneous $7,889 67 

Labor 13,688 44 

Stock 11,857 29 



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610 00 

2,049 64 

552 56 

98,625 02 

2,521 03 

2,358 36 

1,308 48 

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2,184 91 

900 00 

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1,253 58 



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3,203 32 

30,419 63 



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15,879 52 

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100,214 42 

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2,358 36 

1,308 48 

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4,607 75 

30,419 63 



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3,674 pounds at 14Jc. to 17|c. . . $561 73 

Coal. 

9,875 Afo tons bituminous $97,764 13 

7 issa tons bituminous 72 54 

55 J$gg tons anthracite 594 33 

$98,431 00 

Towing. 
Boston Tow Boat Company . . . $50 00 
New England Fuel and Trans- 
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$900 00 

Packing. 

l,870j 3 e pounds at 40c. to $2 and 

120 feet at .26c. and .588c $2,290 65 



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to 39.6c $1,116 03 

1,254.21 gallons cylinder at 35c. 

to 63c 620 80 

48.14 gallons machine at 

50c 24 07 

20 gallons lard at $1. 75.. . 26 50 

15 gallons air cylinder at 

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104 gallons sperm at $2.06 

to $2.10. 216 24 

250 gallons turbine at 42c. 

to 45c 109 06 

626 j gallons kerosene at 10c. 

to 16*c 76 39 

1,065 gallons gasolene at 24c. 

to 27c 257 50 

3,341 pounds grease at 12jc. 

to 14c 429 00 

109 gallons automobile at 

39c. to 50c 50 74 



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461 



Coal at Pumping Station, Calf Pasture. 



Date. 



Contractor. 



Tons. 



Paid in 1918-19. 



Per Ton. Total. 



1918. 

Jan. 8. 



Jan. 20. 



Feb. 20. 
Feb. 21. 



Mar. S.. 



May 23 . 



June 5. 



June 7 . 



July 10. 



July 16.. 



Aug. 10. 



Aug. 20. 



New England Coal & Coke Company. . 

John Donohue. Stevedoring 

Castner, Curran & Bullett, Inc 

John Donohue. Stevedoring 

Maritime Coaling Company. Lightering 
C. H. Sprague & Son 

C. H. Sprague & Son 

John Donohue. Stevedoring 

John Donohue. Lightering 

Northern Coal Company 

John Donohue. Stevedoring 

Coastwise Coal Company 



John Donohue. Stevedoring. 
D. Doherty & Co 



C. H. Sprague & Son 

John Donohue. Stevedoring. 

Coastwise Coal Company 

John Donohue. Stevedoring. 

C. H. Sprague & Son 

John Donohue. Stevedoring. 

C. H. Sprague & Son 

John Donohue. Stevedoring. 
Metropolitan Coal Company. 



John Donohue. Stevedoring 

Chesapeake & Ohio Coal Agency Com- 
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John Donohue. Stevedoring 



Castner, Curran & Bullett, Inc.: 

Lightering 

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Coal at Pumping Station, Calf Pasture. — Concluded. 



Date. 


Contractor. 


Tons. 


Paid in 1918-19. 


Per Ton. 


Total. 


1918. 

Aug. 26 . . . 




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Chesapeake & Ohio Coal Agency Com- 
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636 75 




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Coastwise Coal Company. Lightering, 

Chesapeake & Ohio Coal Agency Com- 
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Sept. 8... 


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